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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1916.
44- 9 Every Event Results in Defeat of Cornell Swimmers by Columbia Three More Men Bought by Yankees COLUMBIA FIRST IN EVERY TANK EVENT Blue and White Swimmers De fp( Cornell Team by Score of 41 to 11. YANKEES ADD TRIO OF PL A YERS TO PA YROLL Southpaw Nick Cullop of Feds, Second Sacker Joe Gedeon of Salt Lake and Germany Schaefer, Great Comedian, Will Strengthen Team. HARYARD IS AHEAD OHIO MAN TRIUMPHS GARDEN OFFERS $55,000 TO WILLARD AND MORAN CAPABLANCA STILL LEADS IN TOURNEY Scores Third Victory, Defeat Ins; Chajcs in the Fourth Hound. IN SQUASH LEAGUE IN PINEHURST SHOOT Will Give Champion $35,000 and Offers Challenger $20,000 for Ten Round Bout Johnston Wants Battle in Latter Part of March. Wrests Lend From Columbia W. J. Ramsey of Plymouth Wins From Spoils, Gotham Star, After Tic. by Its Ensy Victory Over Heights Cnsino. IIKTTEK RELAY WOBK Columbia didn't leave a crumb for Cornell to nibble on lt nlfht In th linmlns n-eet between the two col S.1 In llin Mornlngslde Heights tank. Trie Blue and White wlmmem took first place In every event, iiecond In the ma jority of them, broke the Intercollegiate record for a four muii relay over the 500 ard course and made 42 points to 11 for their Ithacan rlval. The record minute 45 econd. made last lt'ar bv Yale agalroU McOIH Unlver 0f 'Canada. The Columbia quartet c'ipped wit-fifth of " iiecond off the niaik. . . , Nle the record was not made aca.iut a IMin In the lntercolleglute hwlnimlng League It was believed by ill, timers tlint It will be accepted by t ai organization. Herbert B. Vollmer idvrred hi fifty yards In tho fat time ef 2t 3-5 feOWU". unicn IB uciirr limn the .ntrrcollcglate time for that dis tant Columbia won by more than 'CornelV furnl.ihlne little opposition. v.iii., brni to the background and In the lndlvUlu.il competition swam only In the furlong dash, which he won by , xl. f,t 1 1, ; minutes 50 Miconds. There .i plrlted fight for third place be tween Klmm of Cornell and Cohn of (V.urrMa. I" which tho latter won by inrhfs. The eat,e with which Vollmer slldf.l through the water drew applause from the hlv gallery. Cornell's only chance to score a lust ri,-e wan In the dlvlnic event. Frank lin Heldlng. the New York A. C. vrack. was expected to take this event with ,K, He had an off night, however, and Ithouph ho tried the most tllfttcult dives enlv one of them was up to the mark he 'usually et for himself. Raymond Mills, a outh who took up diving when the Columbia gymnartle team was aban doned, won the event, with Kleldlng econ-l Cart J C l.ee splashed through 100 )rds In f9 J-5 seconds. Vollmer wanted to give Charley a race, but Coach Ken i.edy decided to allow KuhnhanH to start as Columbia's second man. Lee naded rlsht through the Held and never lowed up until he had finished In the la.i by ten feet. Kuhnhardt finished second a foot ahead of H. SI. Jones of Cornell The summaries: M0 Koot Kely Won by Columblt. with r ll.rhen. 11. Welker. J. C. Lee and 11. K. Vollmer. Cornell, aecond. with R. C. tlrey. D 3. Woodman. G. P. Rpear and R. J Jonti. Tlmt. 1 minute U 4-5 seconds. A new record. to Yard Dub Won by P. Herbert. Co umMi! n. C. Oray. Cornell, second; H. Refer.. Columbia, third. Time, it 3-5 . teor.de. HO Yard M.lm Won by It. E. Vollmer. Columbia; W. W. Eiillc. Cornell, second ; A. Cohn. Columbia, third. Time, : min ute SO seconds. 101 Vsrd Hwlm Won by J. C. Lee. Co umbli; K". Kuhnhardt, Columbia, second: n. M. Jones. Cornell, third. Time. 5 1-i i.eind.. I'.m-y Divine. Won by K. Mills. Colum hit V rieldlnr. Cornell. cond: J, Moeller. oiumMa, third P'unr tor Distance Won by M, M. It v mtumbla. with 5 feel: M. fl. Levle, alun-.Ma. escond. with 5 feet J. it. Laid- . Cornell, third, with 50 feet. HANDICAP PROVES TOO BIG. llllry lleaten by Caesar In Tilt of Princeton Clnb, llmv Handicap brought about the de .t of A W. Riley, captain of the t iceton Club squash tennis team, yes ii 'In ' the semi-final round of the jb iiaed. -ap tourney. Riley was drawn .iralr..f II I. Caesar, who received an al'ow-ance of 7 aces and 2 hands, and acf.ir won in straight games at IS 7, ''-!: In the upper section of the semi-tln.t' round W. B. Chambcrlln out Niyed U i: Hope at 1513. 1510. Roth matches were marked by fast 'iIm and clever court work. Riley tjH rot overhaul his opponent. He madp a good showing In the second sine hut could not break through tit-o if defence, although lie easily out vored hlrn. The Chamberlln-Hope. en rourter was very close in both games, I. i the former always had the edge on llipe Tne summaries , r-in 'eii riuh Handicap: Third Round w h Hopo S ce I hind I defoated It MI!1ndorf 17 ace. I hand), J 5 10, M-." 1 I! W U rhaml.crllii (7 atea 1 fundi rtfeited Kennvth n. Stern liiM-th' U It, 12u, 1511. H. I. O-iar iT are. i hnd) defeated H. I. B an " ..r 1 hanli. IS- H, 15 t:, i - It A. W Illley (mlnm l aerri de et O nr.ih.rn (plus 2 .icet). 154, ' tl Itniind W. 11. ChAmhcrlln , tl 4' !ffate.l V IV Hope (5 aces 1 - t i io. ii i. ruemr (; . !nndn defeated A W. Klly tmlnus i. !: i5i:. ZBYSZK0 DOWNS MARVEL. ""d Bold Tlrfrnta Masked fliaf Pier In Miort Rnnt. Si'inzko and the Marked Marvel fur nished Mie mosl Important bout last night fin wrestling tournament In tho Man i'.'." Opo-a House. The result was '",m.,t ; ;i aurprlse, for Zbyszko '-'irew no Marvel with a body liold In n i'c a.-, aKonili, I Pmt bout of the evening Anton Ir4 vvji, from Wagner with a double ann t,rin af(fP htniggllng for 5 mlnuteei n ,.i,iJk B.itley and Hcvonpaji. the " w v illi) fop j 7 nilnuten 4.'i seconds s .d then tlm rcfereo disqualified Hevon Pa Iirlch. tho Rurnlan, defeated Pan, the Portuguese grapplor. In 5 minutes 7 econds. gaining the victory with a waist and body hold. Pr Holler defeated I.undtn In 3 mln ' i seenndh with an Inside arm hold, and in the laat bout of the eve " ig la- ColoMto and Zeleinow wrestled lo a draw Ball Victor Orer Gardner. 'i 'he Brooklyn handicap 18.2 balk lw tournament at the Brooklyn Billiard Academy A. C. Hall, playing 125. de feaud i;ef,re Uardner, playing 125, by k erore of 125 to 107. Hall made high runs nf i: and 11, and his average WW I 52-75 Oardncr made run of l. and 10, and averaged 1 S5-72. In he Brooklyn sporting writers' golf pool lnUrnmnt Abe Y'acger defeated lon 'd booster i Lester Rice also defeated w ooster, and Bill Qrarmer defeated John Murray. Central 1'ark Team Kicrls. Only one game was scheduled In the indoor Polo Association Interclub con u.,r, la,"t,1;l"l'' It was played at tho iiedford Hiding and Driving Academy tr.' I?",1"".1 In lk v'ory for the Cen i , 1 ' Hlurblrds over the Iiedford 'arkt , score 15 to 7, 'def Vrmy for Cold War. JrT Point. Jan. 21. Sort Ice cnuBeJ I , -' nK"1 of ",0 ''"fkey gttme sched "d this afternoon between the Army en and Springfield Training HehooJ, it turns cold to-night the cadets will tv-t th Seventh Regiment of New Tork ! morrow. Manager BUI Donovan of tho Yankees added three former Federal league play ers to his already heavy roster yesterday afternoon In Nick Oullop. Joe Gedeon and Herman Schaefer. Cullop li a south paw associated with the Kansas City Federal League team laat season ; Ged eon, an Inflelder who Jumped the Halt Lake Pacific Coast League club last fall, and Schaefer, the well known comedian who specialized on the side lines with Nick Altrock for drimth'n Senators for several seasons up to last year. Schaefer played with the Newark Federal League club In Ills. Cullop waa one of the best left handed pitchers In the Independent circuit last season. He was the property of the Cleveland Americans before he did Ills iiurnimg act two winters ago. With a team that finished at the foot of the flntt division Cullop last year won 21 games and lost only II. He took part In 44 games, completing 302 1-3 In nlngs. Ills opponents got only 270 hit, and scored only 104 times, 77 of the tallies being earned. Cullop lilt 9 bats men. gave 65 passes and struck out 112 batters. He had 6 wild pitches. Cullop Is 27 years of age. Blands close to the 6 foot mark and weighs 185 pounds. Gedeon broke In with Washington two years ago this spring. Clark Griffith considered him a trifle too Inexperienced. Like many recruits. Gedeon was a mar vel at lleldlns hut did not come up to expectations with the hut. C.rdcoli, who Is only 22 years of age, certainty made good with the stock In Salt Lake city last season. He showed an average of .317 over a stretch of ISO games. Joe tallied 133 runs and stole hae II collected 1 home runs, II three base blows and 67 doubles. His Melding aver ago waa .962. Gedeon Is a six footer. He bats and throws right handed. Herman Schaefer, more familiarly known as Dutch, was a free agent when he did business with Donovan. At hla request. Harry V Sinclair, who sold Cul lop and Gedeon, presented Schaefer with his unconditional release. Herman will act a coach and utility InDrlder for Donovan, attempting of course to put some pepper In the Yankee coaching methods. Schaefer was with Jennings's American league champions of 107 and 1908. He was traded to Washington for Jim Delahanty In the summer of 1909. A year ago Washington unconditionally released the veteran. Schaefer was with the Newark Federals last season. Manager Hill Donovan Is of the opin ion that yesterday's purchases from Harry P. Sinclair should assure him a flnrt division berth at least for 1916. II. la nart ti-i.ln M,. -' . bA A -1 . Y. u i Cullop. Until the closltur week, of last season, when Mogrldge reported. Dono- van nan no lert handed pitcher. Gedeon will have to fight with Charlie Mullen for the second bas. arala-nmant. in hi. WEST SIDE CLUB HAS HARMONIOUS ELECTION Myriek Succeeds Himself To Apply for National Event Affain. The annual meeting of the West Side Tennis Club was held at Delmonlco's, Forty-fourth street and Fifth avenue, laat night when the administration of Julian S. Myrlck was Indorsed by elect ing President Mjrlck to succeed him self. The nominating committee, with Kenneth Murchlon as chairman, named the following ticket, which was unop posed : President. Julian f , Myrlck ; vice-president, Raymond D. Little ; treasurer. Theodore Hetiler; secretary. Moses i:iy . captain, T. B. Barrlnger. Jr.; governor to serve one year, Harold I. Daniels; governors to serve two years, John A. Tompkins, Charles Lan ders. Marshall H, llagar and O. U Becker. Principal Interest In the meeting was centred In the decision of the club to apply again for the national all comers championship tournament, which wi hold so successfully last August at For- c?t llllls. L. 1.. and netted the club more than I7,00fi In addition to making It an almbM national Institution. The stands, which wero built specially for the tournament, are stored away ready for the next championship, and as the cost of the erection of these, would be comparatively trifling the club will make considerable money If It succeeds In ob taining a sufficient number of votes at tho National Association's annual meet ing next month. The club had a most successful year and the report of tho condition of the organization, which was read by the treasurer, showed an encouraging reault of the administration effort. The as sets, which amounted to more than $150, 000 last year, have been Increased ma terially, and plans were approved for the further development of the Held at Forest Hills. FRAZIER WINS AT PALM BEACH. Heats Longlry Kaally In Final Hound of Toarnry. PAbii Beach, Fla.. Jan. 21. Frank Frailer. Essex County, defeated V. C. Longley, Wannamofsett, to-day In tho final of the New Year tournament by the easy margin of 4 up and 3 to play. Frailer ntarted out by winning the first three holes with two J's and a S and had Increased the lead one more at the turn. The next two were Longley'n. Frailer got the twelfth, they tied the thirteenth and the following two and the match went to the Essex man. In the consola tion final D. C. Murray, Yahnundasls, do feated C. M. Ransom. Buffalo Country, also by 4 and 3. Donald Rosn of Plnehurst left to-night after rectiartlng the new eighteen hole course being laid out here for the Palm Beach Country Cluh. He ahortened the course to 5.700 yards on the assumption that on account of the lempsrattne a longer couue waa not desirable, Nymcnse defeats SI. I.anrcurr. Canton. N. Y,. Jan. 21.- In basket hall game to-night Si U-ivvrein-j Cn verlly lott In Syracuse University by a core of 4.1 to 1'.'. St U-iwience whs comleto'.,s outclassed, Hyracuse'a game was sleadv and strong, hit. Itwience put Sanders nt forward find Church at centre, but '.bey wero unable to h.ild the virion. For St Lawrence Guernsey shot one basket, Clemens two and Noble out. luertey shot six of ten foult. For Syra cuse Fanny made thre goals. Rafter flvev Ccntrr tin mid C'llft live. Crist also nude .even out of tvii foulj and TuU one. I vantage that many wise judges Includ ing Johnny Kers predicted hp would be a sensation at the keystone In 1916. Donovan has decided to assign the newly acquired Lee Magee to centru field. Geoiire T. Ktalllngs, manager of the Boston Braves, was In the city yester day. The big chief was on his way South from a conference with the new owner of the National League club or thn Hub. "I am angling for several Federal League players," suld tho Miracle Man, "and If I connect 1 will give McOraw the time of his Ufa next year. Mcllraw Is going to be In that pennant race with both feet Uil summer do not overlook that fact. He had a pretty good hall club as It finished last season. He has a high class ball club now." "I was somewhat disappointed When I learned that the Yankees hod Ie Ma gee." continued Stalling. "I was after that fellow myself, for I consider him one of the grandest players In the game. In my opinion he la the nearest ap pmach to Ty Cobb. Magee Is Just the man the Yankees have- lacked since I left the club in 1910. Messrs. Iluppert and Huston are to b congrntulated on obtaining this valuable player." Stalling nd Capt Huston, who or ganised the lover Hall Club a shoot ing preserve In Georgia conferred at length upon matters pertaining to that promotion, r.ipt. Huston will take a party Including Han Johnson. Frank Stevens. Ktiward Harrow and Wllbert llobliisoii to Dover Hull some time about the first of next month. In order to make room for their most recent acquisitions, the owners of the Yankees found It Incumbent upon them to trim ship a bit yesterday. Conse quently Carroll Hrown and Jimmy Hlng. two right handed pitchers, were re leased to the IoulMlllr club of the American Association. Outfielder Pete Daley, formerly of Toronto, was sent to the Vernon club-of the Pacific Coast League. At a meeting In Indlanapolli esle day It was decided to opemtn the Northern League as a six club circuit this seaton. Duluth. Minn.; Superior. Wis. ; Virginia, Minn. ; Fargo, N. D ; Winnipeg. Man, and Fort William, Man., will be represented. It was agreed that no club would hire more than thirteen players. A schedule of 120 games and a salary limit of 11.400 a month to a club were agreed upon. ?" ,d.v-ance over 'h. 3'?00 received " . 'hV U"Jr',:"a ' !?'?";. Tho lured him ih.t h. ,5.m -i ?hl. year nrovid SSil 5Fi!"i00 '"r Pyiaed Tone delivered a REACH SEMI-FINALS IN HARVARD CLUB SQUASH Dana gunlifies for Finnl Class A and Will Oppose Davis or Orinnell. in Competition In the three rbi. nt th. Harvard Club handicap equ-ish tennis tournament reached the semi-final rounds yesterday and It Is expected that the tourney will close before the end of next week In order to leve the players I free for final practice for the N.tlnnal Association chomplonshlp. which begins February 5. In Clas., A A. Dana, with ', n auuwance ot . ace, qualified for the final round, defeating J. W. Appel. Jr., half hand 1 ace, 2 games to I at S- IS, IS 12, IS 3. He will ph,v the win ner of the match between F. H. Davis and L. I. (irlnnell In the upper half of the draw. Four plajers survived the play In Class B and will emr.nr In the .n,i. final round. They are C. E. Dunlap. H. P. Palmer. II. S. Bowers and Allan Ift.ike. Cnmrwl IUM ... .1.1 . I lA.i ... .' : " V "V" I - ...vii ,ii una cotes nsi been ety keen and the probable out ee, vp.v w.:"""". """""" me proivao e out- tful. 'Dunlap and 1 to play an extra! e semi-finals, while roimi is very noiinifiil Mowers were required game to qualify for the Palmer scored an impresfllve victory over A. M. Hyde in straight games. Class C matches showed material progress and two players advanced to the semi-final round. There tina been considerable delay in completing the matches tn this class, but the last week has brought about a change and It Is prnbablo that the class, will close about the Hame time as the others. The sum maries : C ji A. Third Hound 1 I. (Jrinnell fhalf hand S acs) defnt,d C, F. Clark. son (half hand J areai, u j i s l a - a Dana fplua 4 area) dafeatsd J IV Annil' Jr. I half hand 1 at.). uJi, Wi' r-eml-flnal KouruJ A Dana (plus ace) acVl,:'. Z.rXJr- & " ace,). 17 U. tS IB. IJ 11; li y Palmer (plu. 1 ace.) defeated 'a ' Vt 1 IlvrtJ '"'ch). H-ll. IS. -S. u. "' IS:!? hh.nndrt aVs. ftLT'iV!,", 'fc"" fhSirSain ,"'.'?.".!. JfsVWw Jr. uaratchi, IS IS. IS 12. M j ttirZW.. Ih.lf hand 4 ace.) defeated W li ton (.cratch), IS J, is i. -vppia. PAT IS A GOOD BULLDOG. .Mrs. nrew'a F.nlry WB ln M(ICB at (hr IcAlpln. Tile blmonthlv meeting .... t,... vi- I-.I..W , , . . :: ma iuj r.i lei-ion.-Dog Club held In the winter garden atl t-nlght at .7 'c'Pin yesterday afternoon attracted the largest attendance of the season. Nlnety-three Uc.g8 of quality competed for prises. Best puppy n the match wns an Knglltfli bulldog, Drew rlone Princess p,u, owned bv Mrs William C. Drew, heat Peklmresei Sutherland Ave Han Ku. owned by the Wen Sin Kennels, and the best Boston terrier was Miss Beaver Webb's Jack Rabbit. Mrs. Harry Hass, an old time breeder of Peklngcre, acted as judge of that breed. As usual the Pekes were the laige.t section of the show. Mni, h, Mailtey won In pipples with a promis ing (.unanter named Mars, in novice dogs Mrs. Aithur Hunter's III Klin of Arden was the winner twill I lllll o re llrfrala l.afux-ttr. SV.vi.-l.. nun,, I'.i., .lap, 21. The Kwurthiitorr College baHte-tball teum contlnipid Us winning utrenk by defent Ing l.ufiMittr lo-inght, id to 23. l-'oul were freiiuent, one man of each team hlng put out In the xecond half. The rupeilur team vork of the Oarnrte told, Donnelly wne the atur of the Oarneti, icorlng nine field goalt. , representatives of the Harvard Club defeated tho Heights Casino player four matches to one yesterday on the latlers' courts In the postponed Metropolitan League ('lass H squash tennis contest. The victory gave the Crimson team the Icalt In the pntnant race, sending Colum bia Into second position. Harvard started the championship season with a poor team and by consistent good play climbed from last to first position, S. H. Martin scored tho only match raptured by the Urooklyn team, defeat ing John MtinrcMi, who waa a senil finalist In the Class I) championship. The Harvard player gave every evidence of having gone stale mid was unable to do much with the spt-cdy shots of Mar tin, who won lu straight games at 17 15, IS 9. The llrst game was an Interest ing exhibition uml required three extra aces to reach n decision. The effort proved too much for Mimroe, who played mediocre squanh in the second game. Tho victory of T. A. Z. Harris. Har vard, was title to form. He defeated T. II. lloardtdey, Heights Casino. In straight games, showing that his victory In the national title event on Thursday was no fluke. He was lit the top of his form and was not extruded to win. It. M. Hyde nNo won n straight game tnHteh from H. MeVaugh nt IS 5. 152. KxtM games were placed In the matches of It. I,. Whitman with H. Car hart and i I. Grlnnell with N. Toerge. In which the Harvard racquet wirtders each dropped the second game (if their match, but recovered and captured tho rubber. The summary; IUrv.r-1 w HelcMs cBlno-, It. Mar tin. IMarlit I'mOiiu. tlrfrte.l .1 Monroe, Harvard. 17 IJ. I r. . T A t:. H,rM. Harvard. ,-rk..,l T II ll.r.My, Helshta CiMlno. li 10. ta 1 . I.. I r.rtmiell. Hjr vrd. ilere.ted N Tori'. Ilalnhta i"ai.nii, IJ.-ln. in. .f,, t.i. h i.. Whitman, Har vard, ilefrated II -arhirt. HHhl Cuaino, 11;, 7 I ., U--I2. A. M Hyde. Ilartard, iWied H McVauch. i!lliii. Catlnn. is v i j i TELEPHONE ATHLETES IN MEET The,- (ii it 11 rr i;tn thp (Inlj Onen l.vrnt on ProKrainme. .liore than 2.000 members of the Man - liatTan-llrunx. I-ong Island, WrstcheMer and New Jersey dlvbdou of the ev York Telephone Club took trTlSZ annual meet held at the .Seventy-llrt Regiment Armory last night. Co.e competition was tin- rule In nil the hattan-llrunx. 1-ong Island, Westchester! Iteglmeut Armory last nla-ht. Close events, which were closed tr. members; Lf,"' Jy 1''Kc li Sowc'int I'lilUlel- "f,,r ,,,'t advantage. II, upeet of the Telephone Club with the exreptlon 1 ,bi 's. r ' s Wrig"-. inmal". vl '. K. W with a r.ipld fire of popping left of the three- mile scratch hlcycle race ', tl 'odrl h. Atianti, :. .t M. Iliwklne, hand Jabs, supplementing them occn Thla was won by I.. tJaffnev of the New "'mcmc V' F c. Knch hll'lpabgra i .onallN with well directed right crosses. York commercial department In S mln- p'm,Jt' . Vtri.Vge "n.v ''.I v II f'atter. I Throuth "'- 'coii(1 Ki tic continued to . - -nuiiiie, n. ne inner, t lllll- m,i. IlUtt.il.i. '.i. CeolIC M, Uartv. woo.l. ioiuum linj . pany U, Seventy-first Regiment, IluUhid 'iry, N. J . . w A Josiyn, Wilmington, In the third, however, fayles electrl second. I Del. 6. ' lleil his admirers, who were out In By a brilliant spurt at the finish W. J. iu?i"mnfre9r5 J Tt" "I mi-i "i v e n ..!. r " i 7 ; I f"rcc- ' Jbblng Krtle almost at will Fisher of the Long Island commercial ! w 1 jVee. M."n ":V. P s' W with the l-ft ;,t Ions range. The fourth division, scratch man, raptured the honors In the 30U vard 1 millcntt tun. He Just ,nang.i. to-.ie out 11. li. r,i- wards of tho New York plant account - lug division In 31 1-5 second F Rug- glero. New Yorli'plint dlvl.lon'. uim started from scratch lu the ntie mile io.iiu.L-ap, won mi- event in mi tUtcs i i li -i: tin-n.i Nei v irs, .ir.i. 53 3-5 secotiilK W iloodinan, Nev Vorll :M- K " ' " I": -'i" i'h. uhln. I auditing division, with a handicap of,;rr;; ,,' " y '" sixty-tlve yarils. flnlhei seennd. i'!ae. e H. Shnb'. OOvrvl.ir. uliln. W 1". L.vmh of the plant dlvMon, ! 11 arde. J New Jer-ey. with a nine feint handicap. ; ..'''"Vi " ,H"'J" f.""; JV,"l broko the. tape. In the 70 jatil handicap yiri'iV ' " ' f"ul,,"r'1- ""' '' event. He was followed closely by F. Wliin.r. of Slii.nnrn ri... l;hrllrh. X. Mc(!ow.-tn of the New York plant ill- M.. it i',..:er i ai.a t Medium vision, who had ,i handicap of fifteen . s'01- ' " e.omti, Ji. bjrre.i from feet Tl.,. . Z.l ... . - i -""rn. e:.u. .hooiine he.uuv of w tniilritc pre leei. Tin winners t.me was , I-., n-- lnip,r,. hHn,n, Hp, onds. 1 p Hynn, plant aecountlng dl-I - - - vision New York, scratch, was the . BOSTON IN BIG RELAY RACE. ner of tho Sft nd handicap. K. J.I rki-ii- i me j.-iino Hi vision, vvtin a twenty-four nrd handicap, was second, Flynn's time was 2 minutes s seconds The three-nuarter mile handicap wallt Wv-nt !',llaRhf r of be plant ,' ''' i , '"',.", scr-.neii ' '' "'. wv.l,',"'- '-"'I'lr.. City subway ,''v'"'0"' Ncwork. with an allowance eighty lards, was tin- reel to finish. ,am'ra lln"' - n.nut.s sec-j ST. JOHN'S FIVE IS VICTOR. Befeala Brooklyn ( olleur hy enre or :i:i to i:i St. Johtrs College iMSkrtlull le.im. with several substitutes, defeated the a score ciirke ec, ' ' . five of Brooklyn College last night hy a score of 33 to 13. For St John' ' '""'' ecore.1 live neiu go.u, (iortee nn,1 , , r.. . ....... . ii ""H'l'' eee-h rt Barry. Weiss and ; Currv one eich Miirnhv vr,..i .v.,.. Ko,l from foul..,,, , n!Jre uiT ' ,,,r'e For Brooklyn College .Mciiade M-ored two goals from field and Parker Mel t.rany ami mci.niarich one each. Mc-. l.oldrlck scored three goals from fouls. in a preuminaty game Steven Ipstl-. tute defeatevl the Biooklyn Collide re serves 39 lo 8. SCHOLASTIC ATHLETIC NOTES. Itonvld Mjcrionald. prohibit nne of the he.t nil around athlelea ei,r known in the high or prep .chnoN of the city, Ii to leave P.ilv ,1'rep and enter bu.lne. Though welching .ml) 130 pminda h hai won hla lettera In (our major .purls -(oolh.ill, ivlniTiiIn. liivkettiall and iraek. He hold, hte school rerurd for :;n )rd low hurdle., 27 : 5 sfoond.i ha. pole vaulted ID'i feet, has put the pound allot IJ feet nd negotiated the 124 yi.nl low luinliea In I" wn.nd ll lll in ike III. p. pearancs In erhonlhny rompetltlon to nlrht at hla school sanie. Hsllsgher. iilni iiarred Iti the p.-u-kfield nf the aorier team nf the Illfh .School ef 1'otnmer.e. ha hen elrt. apii,!.- of (he I'.iK eleven Hl.i .lioi a waa unaiil.n.iiia, I.Ornn'Slie also has e eeted Its laptalri fur next set. ..in . r.i.-'.'.ut.irv train, tha honor l.elng heatowed upon Callahan, who for two yearn has hee,. a meml-or uf the team Commerce l tni.i inducting a wrestling tournament So far the ilile. !,. distributed a fni:u.' Winter heiev weight eliamplon. Miirtuli-s and I'urlt.a welterwelghl.; Plaska'. lUhiwelght, ami Cohen, featherw el.hl The nnr.ujt tra, W .m.l fi.l.l ... -! i"-' .u.i. -iei e. iii, will, he helil and "ivlniiiiliig l'"ur l,keii,a B,in, r. tciiedukd and fin dual inet. ,,n, ?.I;,T;n,:,,:!V,,,l n1; at ntnyvesniii. Hu.liwl, k at c.iiu.nerce "ind Kra.mu. Hall at Lia.teru lil.irl. t ri, I rh.,...,. ,-., ,,, li I r i a till tii.an t.,vlm,'J'.'"-f.. V'",'. "U,e tegether ? : . and the Culumhla frerl.,,,,, , ,,e I..,;"?-" tank. , The derUIng mil, . . pp 1 Ball and Curt., high , i. (n . . WHtnev t.'.,t.l,v. enihe,,,,,,,, ,. , . r'ruXW The blg event of ,. inee, w,H l.e the tf', VrrXui!' rtr.n.irj, i.rooKivn. .vil ot tile i, and I I'll ted lllllltH Meep Iiase, v. nun. Willi aho.n two mil. VI. tile C l.Hiiiv M.rkie . V,,.. ... rTK, ""'i; "i r!r-'1 '""r eti..nBei ! 3i5lo added in"l,c will PVI null, Sev. -h II-..-. -The Ian..',.. l,.,a,,-..p ', ri . ""' " He ?rl A V tl si irViiru,"wiirinJ'',J',,." ' "otcil ciOM.-i.ur.liy evemc as tl." Whit. J;r f".ir-er mils and up ,,.r, ,i,, Mr..,l 1 Thud Ha.-e -ror ro,j-.:. ear -. ds an I artlo'iilhe pen"ei"en,U nn "'I s Memorial l.nd-II... Imr lllll cup con- !"', n.e. h, slt.r,., . ward, .e.llng. . purye 1.00, t ,,': in the ,.o . .,,,. .., teMH. A MlbC iptlon of $r,n i, charged , ."l.f Vh ',1? will divide their time !.i.i i..,ji ,.' ,, .,..rt n start lie" fee of tlOd ii.l.lltlonnl If llh f.oo add..,! ,ii. ., ,'; V,.,-1 ' " -. L " ... , ' . Unlirgr. I II.' Ill iinii ) Ii vt Jt t (-( In. n..t . , 1 u.i . .t e.terday null. t!,l. inni iilng li!.,',',,1,' ',' '. 1 pinfehlnnuls 1 M.lilltl..., lo 111., regular , ring pin mi Mie r'lle i,,t, . ,,.,,. ;,,,, prlre. a I'l" f Phili- will be lilvcn lo t the Kev.n-- I..'' Ile( ,. a, s.illn I .dcr of tin wlnn h i ut .if order Three ...e . .i snot .,1. .1 h. ,- i, u'.-nl I iiiai. I id. i . The la . s , neh leam i e I Ii u ; ..., , ' ' .' I 05. Cuitls. till II i, - I oilllll'll 1 e.irh 103 won on nii.l-n ilere.fliti- t'ti-li, V'":."'.' ......... ...iT '. ..' .."inni'.l- Hi., E" if . ' .' ,ia ::. I. .'1' ,,?":..."""' r.' "e to "' , , , I rtl in.s morning a;-. I Mm lii.l.d,iu eun-iarsei i-naiiinioti.tiin ami t.i. ,tt. i-lded. There l a triple Ms r..r .1.. ,nr among Capt. Ilroiuley and tlal'.agliri of lirainiui Ball and Cuut Smith of Curtli. JAHX ADDS TO HIS PRIZES PlNRHURST. N. C, Jan. 21. W. J. Ramsey of Plymouth. Ohio, won the midwinter trap shooting tournament here to-day. Ha and R. L. itpotta or New York tied In the handicap proper with &," targets eacll, but In the shootoff Ramsey broke 22 to 21 for Spoils, the latter being u twenty-one yard man and Ramsey standing on the seventeen yard mark. The Western crowd was greatly tickled with Ramsey's win. J. It. Jahn of Davenport, another Westerner, cut a big figure all through the tournament. He and W. It. Jones of .Macon and F. 8. Wright of Iluffalo tied with 578 birds each In the 600 target race and there was an exciting shoot off. Wright was eliminated In the first ehootoff, In whlc'i Jahn and Jones dwned 24 each to his 23. Jahn and Jones tied at 2.1 In the next twenty-five, lied again ut 23 In the thlr'd twenty-five, and In the fourth twenty-fle Jahn ran the whole string, while Jones had one miss. J. M. Hawkins, the Baltimore pro. did the best lu the i0 target tompetl Hon, getting ,'i84. Ties has to be shot off In the clahs shooting also, nnil In Class A, C. H. Piatt of New Jersey wan beaten by B. A. Khrltrh of Terre Haute. Jahn made the long run of the tourna ment, no. me sum mar es: M.lw.pter Handicap. Money Wl.,. . .1. rtsiiisey, Plymouth. Ohio, I yard. I M, It L ."poll. Ntu York, St. 1. P p. I Williams. Sei York, t; 91. C. W. midlife. leanpirl. N, .1, 1!. US. F. -. K,'h. rm! Ilpeburs. uhle. 5S, 9.1, W 11 Yulr. N-v , York U. tt. 'C A 1. 'nmpte, AelieWlle. !, w. a Juh.vii. Wllmlngimi, tl , :,: ;. i: II. etirr. Ilk hni.ind. :o. M; William ttaf. Nloholle. lit 21, M. I '. X Pl.ll. tf..Umor. M-'V;Vie.;:iiVl,.,,ia,:u: 10, tin I ; m. Pante l.jn.hbufs. :e. 90. .1. It .lahn. laveiipopt. 22, 90, Hdward Locke, .Meriianieeb'irK. Ohio. 1 . 90. ii II. lm. IW ...... lit- II, I- 4A I ri.. ! sprlnmi-:,. Mo li; 9. II. ,l. Itarlmrion! i'AW 'tV H'M jMe,r"'v,,;,1niyNN i ; K "li. t-oflu'n.l? P'vmoiith. Olilo,' 19.' js'; !' w xv lilttemore. Ho.ton. 19, M, V ,1. Stoddard Atlanta. 1. I. Audrey. , eparunliurg. H. O 1 .. i . S i. anee. fan- '?: '.1 H Mc'ituKh '. w'pmlBfton. lel :n. I ' J ' Martin. Harn.tiurs. ii. .'. H 1 '' oiiib. I'hll.idelphl i, is, , W H- iTinW" ,V . flr.t in me) IWmaet beat Xitta. :S tn :i. Morning ."hu.it. 10 T.rsiet. U Vard F " Lufland. Pl itinith. uhl". !". 1' T. J ' Martin. Harnetiurs. s. H Moriilns.-hu.it. 10 Target, li. Yard.- F It l.oitnd. I"l mnutti. uhl". I' T. ' Haftslo, iT; i" II .wmmh, Philadelphia, I '.. " ''r'dgeton. N J . .7:! ' '! Mhi.iI'-k. lua.e. .P-i-id.,1 h be.t i core fur Sno tarurtu and .'-oreii In pre- 1 l'ai";v: haiMll.-P ty i i.m.t uliin-r.- oia n' .v rj-Mil! i ' fir . it'.iute.'jt sird. ? .N'eM Kimlanil lull ffer Indoor Mark nt Vllllro.e Meet. reiiall.v the Boston A. A declines to enter a te mi In a handicap tel..y race, but the hlg i-lub of New ICiiglituI has broken lis rue h entering a Mar team li. the lillldli-ap event of the Mlllrose A A tn Ik rim 'n Madison Sou. re i,ir. (ten next Vrdneil.iy Ueorge V Brown, manager of the Boston A. A., Is anxious If. h ivo his dull credited with the Indoor i , ,! " . " . " ; . , , . 1 , i ,"ln,.Bllol ina.l,. ri: of IL' and m. and New ork A ' . since 1912, and bar . K. -a m i v,,..iv,. entered Hslpln. Caldwell. MeanK nd ,h' , 'Vj 61 "J "l. A '' W Rose for an attempt on the record at i rm -f . " . l.e Mtllrnve n.eet. .average was. IP .-12. In the cvenlii- I mx. li . . .n - ..IUiilIll i HT Ml 11 ltltt.tr-11 UKilllIM Hi1 vfr , ii t 1 . n ' 'hv Hie following teitn. from the metro- V1""''!' ""i'1 ! " V " T " 3 V" I ie.e, . r'.X h''vv '' le'"'.., f""' ' tn m.' ' .nnll...., dl.Llo.i I.Virdh.,.,, I -.,1 .i. I 1 S. Cus-lcmil ran .Hit In four In- ?"V ' ;l'h." ' " . .' ,J 1 'I" ' l" i !;. t Marj II Irish American A, C. Bronx Church ''"' making an average of 7S. In 1-intana. lent"i a...lM..n.,kl ',"!!' ,1 "ran' ' 1 nl.ir'l'olt , ... .. . .-. tie fourth Inn nir In ne,.,lod "Kf. n : ' Sa,,.n,l ." " , illl'Ie lost uii.c, I .Mii.ir ,1 .. r urn.,, rrei-uui ' " ' , ir,,r ,11111, ,,n, ,.p ' Inmrt V. , ' r"'" ' ' " Vio, laiughlln t.ceum. Knight, of St 1 " mn. u.mii nun .Twenty - thlrd Street T M. C A. . L. . i 77 . l"'bla , nn.-el, HoeUc. .me. n ml o'u-ni.i s Mitn noouev came, scne.i. ulcd on Cue Kaet Field rink for this' afternoon witu tne saegltlll cotp.try ' i"lut. was ,Mle, off last night because of the upward flight of the thermometer. The Blue and White team has jet to play a regular game on Its . .i-liMi has proved more of a llabllli hin nn asset. All week the Ice had been splen did and Co.i.-h Trlmb'ni's squad Ir lu flnn shape for a hard game. AMATEUR RACING TO BE ON MUCH BIGGER SCALE Amateur raeing hi.s Inereu'ed mi pop- , , ,i ... r.... tllarlty so much In the .iiel few yen v., i .1,. fnliiwl Hunt" Bin inc Aivir li- ! ," . . lion lias .'II ii-in,i',i " ,1, ...,r.n 1 ....... ..... . The programme for the two .Ihvh spring Me IS ..ml IT .it Itelrnolit l ...rv....H .- I'ark Tciminal was- Issued yesK nt.i.v and couialna eomc startling lncrea.es h. I , the amount of added iiioiey over the ' rather mode,. P'.rer ...mpeied for I.,,' the hunting fi in previous vrais the cntrv li liniile h.-foie Mar-h If., or ,0fi If made after and before April l.V ti - " ' r lb' winner up In J.'i.nnn lf llicic lire n.1.1 v eiitrle.K The race If a halidlcat) ,r. if ...,... ..r.r nil., .liafurn Anrl 1.'. ' over'twn mile and a half for four-year- "d upward, ami N .,1,M,.a.e, to bring the ber-t of the . rosH-.ountry dl- vlKlon to the posl. the i.vents. nut irnlliie.l lo gep. ,-',, rs the iinii.l-iin. w III iv. clvo . ''"',,' , ,.,. ,..,,. , .... 1 I ts I' 1. i u.,., .Ti.e V..iiiii: .-',.'. II .Il,..n ...-....husr. IIOO auue.l. for font .., ,r noli I Ipw-M U, alio.ll Inn ll.l'e. I Kan fin Norihhlinle.ahaii.il. ,i,u. fol I llle-yeur-i.l.;i. and Ul...r. . l.v 1 1 t.M.-rl -1 1 mi ..i iv.. -11 t. .p. i,n.or. ' I II ,'Ou ad.lr I i P .,, I i , i r r Third K.u Tin Timber T,.' Chain plun Chase, for hunter. i hy .ulscrlpllon of On lielialf of the Show Corporation of Madison Kqmire Garden Jimmy Johnston came forward last night with the biggest offer that has been made yet for a ten round bout lietweeu Jess Wlllard, the heavyweight champion of tho world, and Frank Moran. Johnston said he would give SSG.000 for these two to meet In the ring In Mudlsnu Siii,ue Garden In a bout to be put on the Utter part of March. In order to meet the requirements of the proposed contestants: us near as pos sible, Johnston stipulates that $35,000 should go to Wlllard and $20,000 to Moran. Johnston said last night that to far he had no guarantee on the part of either of the principals that this offer would be accepted, but that all the men bad to do wus to signify their willing ness to tight under those conditions and the bout would be held with the biggest money on record for n ten round bout tu be distributed at the conclusion. Artie .McGovorn, wiiu was 'inintcnr ERTLE PUNCH ENOUGH ! "oomroooLmBu. TO KEEP TITLE SAFE1"". '-SET r-l... .. I...4 !....... . " CIpCI llllt nulltatl. Cliaiiipion'.v, Mow Hurt When They Land. Johnny Krtle. bantam champion, sue- ssfully defended Ills title ..galuet Jack s-ilct. In a ten round ttiul bout Wore , 'be Harlem Sorting lub last night. ..! ...... rt,l il.a ,..i,nt1n .11. D.,. r.oitit - 'M'" "" '" " inagniucent bid for the honors. .Hid if he hud Kise.ed the ptimJiliig injucr of Lrtle might lur w ;,b to dethrono bis rlv.il. Of the Us s.,.iH ,tB liv f.ir t)). morr ,.eer. His speed and fontworl. at limes lud.to de. Id., whether lie would pU with Krtle coinpletely lam.il. I.rtle. howexer, I.rtle con furred the , "'J , i of his lip V.rtle i the ver: toiced tiic milium .in tne w.i ami wnen- ltd I.ind S.iylej felt the sting hlowe. Virile est.ihlltlied a mtrked lead In the -r; first round and ncer there- j round wis pretn even After that Krtle proved bin mastery In every se- , "' "'',"'( r11"" , ing hlni in gno-1 tejd through the t heat of the toiH'ludlng i-eHslons. i ,ho p.,,, round ICrtle dropped I -,''"!' m,r the lower tope In a n.-u-; tr.il c.riur will , .lean I.-fi liook lo tn. Jaw l..itr:- ii th'i s me period he , oiiiK.-t.-d viirl. three mon i.llug lefts In the ninth I.rtle staggered .ijviei. with anothir hard 1 ft. Krtle welched 1 1 i pound and .i.iv lev 113. Willie Avtey oilfpolliled Youpg Ruse In the opeuhiK ten routid engagement AMev hen i hl man with sn.ipnv left Jihl, hut li..e had enough si etnln i to enable lilin nearer the storm. Toward the end of the bout. epe, iily til the last three rounds, the mggtd Uiot.i.us nvapred pun. lies slev dropped l!o.e with a right tn the Jv.v li the lliml session and had lllm hnldlne dl at the end CASSIGNOL IN RARE FORM. Averngea 711 fur ItOII Piiluts nnd Vlnkea II lull Hun of JUI. Flrmln Ci-iKiml plajed two g imrs nt t..i.. 1 1, ,i... .ei.r. ....,. .. ...' .,. ..." tiejf-iien r ,i. .MTifii), -.I" to ...... v as- inese lie mane, eiiuing tne game, i oeii- . ... . . . ran made runs of and ST., and hli average was 12 IIIim'I Fa run oi llroirn rnptnln. PiioMPf.veK. It. I . .Ian. 21 Mark Far- num. Mar tackle on th. Brown football squad nisi ..as.in was oieete.i captain to. day of the team tor tiet t-ensou. Farnum hac lncn n meinher of tie Brown gridiron team for two ear, and last fall his work at right tackle was of Mich a calllnc It led umny export. In the K.ibt to plan' him on their all star teams. He Is now Ui hi, c.ihomore year. l caeh natter, in p.y j;:, ailili-lonai to '"' "'H' t'nf,' Idil.l. alio.lt four m, . ,.,. ., ,im,.r ,,,rf,. . Pouelli Han- Th. liral In.n.l Hum. h I.a.e; haiidlrap far four -v ear -old s 1 1 an,. upM.i.ij; n ..jo ript loll of J.,0 i.mi-1, t,irlei-s I, i-s 'n pay 1100 i..tl(l)H If eniernlib DJ .-i,.. i-.-i, r ll(, r, h ,,-1,1, ti,rler to pay :0i ,l,ii,,,, .1 if e,,ird l.v April ' V'.0 W'h ..u.le.l or I... 1 1,,1 ... v, ril-'li I7"0 1 1 nn e, and h , thj- ililr.l iilmiit tvn nl aim i half I "."h; . r.U -"1V.),up"v! ,T"T; I ' J'.l -f ti . t. ti.r - . ' i";.'r,nira''lj,.,.!,':fllI -. .., Im. r.,,w ,ir O" 'hell.il. . siv o.vu 1 1 V I iral 11.. -e- he llnj.iptni,.. ..,11m .in.i.M.,1,, , ,., a.ldt.l: ror ",lve jr.O and I0 from .... i, niry nm i dlilons, pur.. 5,..i. on- lulle-.ir-.i.'.riV, , hV'TM S. 'XSXli ''1. VV ' ,,.. """''r;, ,0 I a" , m.t , . Jl"', e.-,.nd Jla.e The ,.uth Hhtire. 'lapdl- r.i.-e. 10! . HI.--1. : to I. S tn .' ,u'.l I ' ,, V "ap r..r I'irie if.ir .,1,1., and up'vur.l I.) 1 third Time. I ll ii-'. rniou.-i i,t, .,' 'V. ,'.".'" re' V , i.'.'n . i '"" -i iieeiri..od ...1 a: pi, r. u r.,,',' .''' adds : one ,,, e llf.n Itaee.-ror tl,re.. ,r ...,. n ' 1 1 ' 1 " . 'irr.tilrTt. IJ 4 lit) I .., -i..pi;....a. ..... :,. il. , - -Ij.tl. i 11" .-..-t. -,nr .,: p,- s "','''",,.".'."!,.',!.' ' ,". " "' ''l.il. "' ."" ', "'7 " " ''" k '' 1 f"1'.- - . k l.u i ll.-n p -en.-luie ,.... ,. ''' ' ' "' 1 lll.le illl 'li,, it i i,i le- ' I I -r ii In,,,, w. r , I- illi-l upwa-, li ,, P r no . , i. i'if'1. ii,. .... of II I.mr l.no added .l.u . ..i ..,1 Slvl'. It.., T'ie , hae I ir non i. hn- . '.a.l lur hpki I -I !. . ! - , lh IV00 I i '-.15 ll I llh lion i,,l,lr,i al.uui lull".. "'"""' banta.ii champion for two years lefore he tuimd professional and beat many of the best hoys at hi weight, has come hack with a ruah after being out of the ring more than a year. He meets Jerry Murphy, featherweight champion of The Bronx, In tlie star bout at tho Kharkey A. C. to-nlglit, and on Tuesday night meets L'ddy Helgel In the main event at tho Palace A. C, Yonkers. Kach bout Is scheduled for ten rounds. I.uhn Outpoints Murray. Battling Lshn defeated Jlmmle Mur ray last night In a ten round bout at the East New York A. C. Forrest and Maroney Dram. Fraiikle Forrest boxed a draw with Joe Maroncy last night at the New Polo l.'Rgera Beaten by Tsjlnr. Kid Taylor outpointed K. O. loggers last night at the Vatiderbllt A C. ii .MCKlai, lio resigned the cap 'llicy of the St John',. College hasket- ball tea.u K0 that he mtgt ,,! With the (.rescent Athletl,- fiui, u i. Coin in tjl.i I'nlveinltv He has been een prartlslnr with the CoImmiM. ball tHin In the iinlterslt; ivinnatlum under the coa.-hlng of liirrv Plsher Nlcklas probably will pot ont.'r foltiin - bis until about F.!l.ru-rj 1. The mid - term examinations at SI. John' College remain for them. ti,.,t . j "cc-i"e his rating a. -ordlng to the niarL Nlcklas ..o.i i.i- .r.,.,i.! .lolin' Colle-o t.. u .. . , ruim; pnihiXii'hrm'viMda,1;,; wm'l aii te:iwi othe. mun inc u : ouir inv rilh..- i,...l..r. ....... .j ...... ...... v.. tc .uiiraeu iv ,i.ij on miirr leainr, i jieu ne naq Iho I'reeeents or the St .lohn'e live in. ynoe uie roriuer. He nw e'dptniu of the t. John's e'ollegu I) ifket lull tea i.. i JUAREZ RACIKO RESULTS. Klrst Itace Se ling. four-jrear.nd and up nv-e und a half furl. inga -Andy II.. lot (Pkkviin. : to I. evn iuj 2 In i. first. tireat Trier. Ill (I.flfluvl. I tn I. 5 I,, i ur,d 3 to noil:,,), I'rmp.ro tun. II. - rvv 10 sin? 'tD Rhodes. -hr!tn Knx Manson, laiula lies- i-ouets. tesarlu at., I Jk lUrrlrou jlj ""eeind iLir s.i.i.. ,i el.longs-j: to t, I tn : a-id 1 tn 4. flr.t; tieneml Plekeu. it,nk!ei. ;o to 1, t: to I i.i-.l ,vr i-,;T.Bu iTefS t1'. Timi'Y.s'v.i.v elr-y K..o'. Rv.niu..lly M-al Tlokit. Ha, pi Z. a'.n v ioie- ai'ii ran Third lUie ."niiiiK. three. je..r-olwi and ', Vp, 'rl'J' f'ir-ni. nfrKi.or l'( iivjej.. iit'iC'f,,' ."'.'' T fl.r'- j'';1"''1 . f r,, ,,'. , 'J,.h,,:';'rh..-.',? ' to 1. 3 i,, ; .1T1,j t t,. ; third tih. ii: "!!'" M ,r' "hllt Iwi ni.ind Ito.i i ..i ... '." ' ' ' '"irn. Tim.-, i-j; I.litle . v ,r , , ,., nj.,n,t u., (.I.Nel lie an spina- and I'l.i . !. rnl. Snu-lh lla.'r ll.n..-.in. .elll-n; ihre. . .ur-old. ii Up ,,, .,), ,, itM. ,r,. iplrken.i. , i, . ; t to ,,d on, n-.'. Mil., .ilr.iic. av ,vur,-..,. .i .,, i ; i :n Nel ll'aii spin.- and i'.. . m',V rat. K.iu-th lla,.r ll.n.i.-.ii.. .ein-n; ihre. nmi OUT f illU UoLnJUrt. Ml. .1 Hlinl'.l ' " 1 " inn put .TM Tl Hi' 1 . 1 0 4- t'w, t7.,ni!l;,,'V;,i:?...,.,.. .... S. iurliing- .1 1!- A-t-nt I". V'".r''- . V1 and i nn, 1 I"".'. " 1" ' e.en.l.wU- H.i,e I "ii I ..''".. 1 II l.r, .--..r ir.f. v,,..'- .,.-i- '. .. I ....... - . . u, i ., ,. , I H-'li. hp iicH.,, y.rld. in.- and Al,.."-t Whii also e , ,lth Itaee i,.P m, Mei.e ll-alne. nd VP.. ..""' ' h"H fur'eng. - .l.nnle -. . for. . tit. H'l k.ii. ; .. , , ,, , :lr" '.N'lla.. :: p.iu.j. . lf, ..,.' ''".'! ' '" seeond i-tio-e f A s irtJ: ' ' 1 ' ' : ' . 1 o,,.,. , ,".,, ,, v " iM il'a- In- i 5 , JT, ... Tlichnu.i r..;..-r Tip , viV. V. V"." r"'' i.llheei ; t, .i.inui. ,.T-rsst al.i r.,n t HAVANA RACING RESULTS. I'lr.t Kaee. T'io-v,.,r nld three fir lunge- lleim.i. ti.niijliter 113 .Com..' i, ... - , . . i 'ii' '" nie .inn ntie-inf fiirnitiEs - tn - ;-Vl ii' "'?':.r, '" i I., i. . i ". , ""g. il'ltn. & t.. i. ; t,i i' . ,n. third time" I I L.a.ler Mar. AJ Tl-ar ll-. .iini run ronnt.r a o ran I mini iia, e i nre-e-i i ,r -.Ids; sellh (lie and one-half rtir!.,i-ce-- ,'.r. t'.Vateoni. to S, s to .V, I to l aerrv .ir. in; f.ieilltln.i. i to I, 10 1. elan, se. ond rdiatian, IO0 ipllsi. a l, to I t .; i to r,. third. Time. I ;o I ilrina lo, Tal. Iter, r-t.inner and Utile , t.' Fourth llaee-rour.y-ar.il. ind up .rapim"' 'rT', "Jo' U.r"-. T to .eennil Bnerg.tle. 10! Wl lam.' J1. to I. even, 1 to . nurd. rime. i:H ' neviitry. taird Wells, l'folo,.raa and . "i"arn; mie mile D.i.jue.iie a ,o ran hndur.ii.ee . Fifth Ita.-e Kour-year oldi nnd up 'Virile Dot. . . . ward el mc one mile -hsrles pi'In.lc Ike ... . ..rallies, j; iI'IUi 11 to w, 3 ,.i '. c-j'. ' t t-edalla 1,1.1 ytjl k '.fal i 111"'.. ven .' to ".. mil, 'Orl.leulltloil H'-ond. Mike i nheli. lol n'rul. . to I, 'Hake I m 1. even tl-Ir I II. i.e. I in Vr.turus. 'Irish Kid Ma, Ik nd Mini Muehae'io .!', ...,l NEW ORLEANS RACING RESULTS. Klrii I .a co - Km- l".j'iu -o , maiden., purn IP. (I l.r-e far. ., gv- Ms nil, -m . T ! 1 I fJsi , llol . (,. ; j llrM. mviiu. II, mown.., i, ; to ., lo hi, I k. cad , . olio a Ilia.., I 1 MrAle Tlm. ft 3 to I ant . o, '0 hlrd ;,,le. 1.rj. . .tit. Pair Match- ami Itu.hfirlh Mar). Mr U'l L .... Se.oinl Hare -Kor iir" yoar-o'd. .n,,l jiek He "b.. .".i'mrrVT -nT m, : to : (ir.i i ..iiai.a, 01 , m. ii . . j1, Viieiirr.M "? uSrTr .,, pi inir.i i',in. l.u .... : , y h,.-riii, i iinenyriii. ii' . .11 eL'-ril.otl i. ,i to l, . to i tid even, third 1 line. I ( ,rri..rd ln.i lKi. Ulls Hrj.on. il.i.irl- C.p..ili, ;ih Iheodorlt... Mis 1'lali ami t'ylni.ei Man- ..ni.nl a to ran tin I i..n . IHir-C 1 100 . niii nil . ,,. , t .-,'.) jar.. Ml., vv-.t! , ', " Trii. ', ,. I ; m ' aim p,h .i ,, lui. in i. . t i i ,,, .. .-,,.I. .had ll,.fi,r ". I'. ,,.,. , t a .l I ,.'.. 'i.r i ,- , , , , ,, ' ' ' ' l...kl,. li. VV ,,' , i ,i . n,,,. .-(, n, . ... ,,g Ml. ,,.,.,t. . ard lluslne. ii.,). ' Iv ii, I. ' ' ii, I VI Kernel 111 ..llrnhlll. , . I i "ii i . I ky II In pi n a n , I ,, ; V ' T in t. LigT l?r U' ...i, w ... ., . ,,. , n',,i vpu .i.rni.ii KUPCIUK CLOSE SECOND Josfl R. fapablanc.i of Havana scored his third win In four games played to date ut tho expense of Oscar Chajea In the fourth round yesterday of the Rico Memorial chess masters tournament at the rooms of the Manhattan Chess Club, thereby retaining the lead wlUi a clean score and one undnlihed game against Janowrkl uf Pari. It will be played off nt the Manhattan C. C. this afternoon, along with the other adjourned gwnes from the third round. While Capsbtancii shook off Janowtkl for the time being, as the French cham pion could not do better than draw against Banks of Detroit. Kupchlk, tho New York State champion, who defeated JSchroeder after being a pawn behind, urcv up ciose to mo . uii.in. Aiioiner feature, of the rottr.d was the defeat of Kos'.lc. the Serbian expert, by Bernstein. In consequence whereof Bernstein tied Jaihiwskl In third place. Rosenthal's defeat of Black of Brooklyn was the re sult of scientific chess and the former advanced to fifth place In the competi tion. fapablniiM with the while pieces eg sayed the Buy Lope Hgalnst Chajes, who ran up a prepared line of play. This, however, botlnred Capablanca not at all utl'l he obtained n capital develop ment On the twenty-second move the i.'uban captured 'his opponent's weak queen's rook pawn. Seven moves later 1 110 added .mother pawn tn hh. store, but Fi'e one back In order to establish a 1MI"'etl " """ "l"dli row. Thla ml""n '"ompllsh"d, t'.ipililatira tok his ' 'Hfe '" brln",n ;1 forceil win after ', ''V .... K,n'"' 'f" ",0,r1' gambit , ,h"r0 Kh.',y ""1,.waf ,rtP;,r ! " ' l' " .isitui-i in-i iifii-m. -i-iiii K'.t-w tne ueienc red for every MMlrav. uuar- . " ' '""on until it was too late mid then resigned after nineteen zi"' ,,"L'" hu l",mo" Bppt-ircd hop- ' m,. i. .... .. n .t. I iyerj I. Players. W. Bodies IW Ku.tti . ', u L. t i , CapaiilaliCa i . Ktjpuriis I ' H'rnteii. 'j M-hroeder m "i S'x. . I I Tenens-urael t 1 hank .... I It (ilbLk ... 'i .fan'miiltl IliM-ntha. ii,,).... . Perk In. l' l'j Tho p-alrlngy In the adjourned irjm.s ( to In- pl.ijed .ft at the rooms of tho Manhattan i'I.ctj Club this afternoon I arj : Rosenthal vs Herntel,i. Perkins vs. ' C'.iaJ'e. e'.ipab'.auca vs Jaliowskl and , Tii.cl.w urjo vs. Fcx. I .. . " ' I.asy for Harvard heneera, ":'rTuN,- ! V,1', '!" x,"d fencing team defeated Bowdoln lat nlpht. 3 tnj, In a scries of houts lu tho Iteinltiway gymn.-ulum. The Harvard "- NH-boh. two bout.; 1 Hamilton, two bouts; Code, two houts; v'aph Rilesell, one tiout. Hoskler one. f,ouv. 'ir'iT r v only yrlnutr '"r '"d.lii, defeating Code. i - line l-nliil lleula .limf rlnlr. I!i Tltnif-mt., N J Jan 21. T'ie Itiriierfor.l High Sihool basketball team ileffiti-d 'he Moi.l. l.ilr Hlirh School flvo '1 l -ifteniooii bj a single point. 31 t " 1111 II s-ored the deciding point I" 'be last half minute of play vvitii ii perreei tnrow from the foul line. TO-DAVS NEW ORLEANS CARD. '-: .-'II":--. four,er.U.. and up Kneelel i.w Prn,,ip, lit tr. m in up l.errjrd ,iiKll. Hadltird. 1 1 Kl Palo larv Karen ,-'P.-rlh H'eU Seiiind ltae Knr fo.ir Aear olds pud 1 ard. one mile and H .ixte.it!, k a Welsle lllMjrrt l.iuder Mnr.ie.l. IVrel II.'. TuvnUe It.' m !iirpa.li't iirm.-r I' I...T.I o Klrkesldr 111 Thiru lla.-e Tl. Trxi. II ouln-ap: lhre. ear oli.e and iip'v.ird lx lurlonts tir'.d. v, m. r,lf.ty . pio t'an ..rita ';i iv.k.iv m , Hanoi la IV-llerter Prjii'.e ... Il .Mano.i ii.Bi p I'niiith Ka. Th i.ruiiewkt.1 Hotel Ifandi. i eiip' thr-e .veHf old a',! upward: one mils ' and I MKtre'llll .Irntiiov I'Uf'llff Kl,lrt 1st tfe.' V" In.tnlen, e le; 'Hick William. I u Katie . tn . inn; iin-e yr.ir o .in and nr mile and twrnii yard 1 irup (.etitirmaii. . Ill . Hi P . I'll 111 m 111 M nan '17 Riir Helen tit li'.urii'.ti Mnr IK Rertolano '.' i Psp.ihlliv.il . it i.ti.iri l.o-t Fortune Herbert Tenuil- , .Norn. f"'1"' Ka.e leilint four .v ear-olds and up ieni. our ume 1111 a linurier MHrehon Ml I-II) II IS Husin.-s. ceul n Kli Ilnuir . 1? . I'.i . F3 ' Omn-llu Old IVn Urian Hor i TO-DAY'S JUAREZ ENTRIES. Jlr? Ill",'l"'r ",0 Jcar olds; three fur T'"'"' ! '".ekllta - ..V 'cs" u ihssiiiij . . ijo J-eeoiid K.e- Selliu;, fuur-rar-oldt nd !. 'Ma.ler Joe . I , lia , no w Hi t:.t HI ate . . ! Coppers . . loolniiek Male. 10? Marcus . 103 VnU.1.1 tot VVyannk . . , 10: Fitsrerald . ... "'I.n;. three vcar old. llnril llii and a Inlf f-irini.j. Veldt ! lldor.l 1S3 l.el-r.ll I'nliltl 9MMe.1 I loud ... 101 I. UP1' I. Ss C.r.'illate 10; I ( M .lolin.on in. 'av Inn lie l-'nirll. llio ll.hdie.ti- M-llius; three rai -hi. and upaar.1, mi lurlor.is ' Ulllie Jul' IT." Ourlleit .. pii, l.Uke Mae Id:. K.ni Poll no K.llli It..,' -.e.iitia ; tlirce)fai od. and up -.aril' (lie lilrlnius 1.. Helie Pro- kle li Ijvln. "l"1 i3 I'ro-i'.ro on ,0; Mni,,.. 103 .l-iii, le I'mwiprd 103' II. U Imiis 10.1 l.u!i i lupi'l loi'rron-lelst n' I'telu. Okl.lioni.. Habe ni-. Hi ilella tira.i.e Willi. A in "a "ill, Hi," "-llin j . lo ,, yearn'.!, .uul up w ad one nntr . Tpllesa '' Tlririie M.yarran -V I'orijic 1' 7,ni r True ,. IVo, t.flidale !0.V I. el P. TO-DAY'S HAVANA ENTRIES. K r H.-i" V i iial a hilt lurking.. Hire. rn nm. a.n'. iiiuLrd; -ell.ii 11 nana '.'O H-calvr .. toi ,i ins "ii aniaiii r. 'lull : .7 Caleili inuiian lllii.. Mil"- IM l"rin .mi. 10; C..n.ter htoislK.'' S-'.lr.' pur.e f lis); three l- nl.l- an I upn'ir-l; In. (iirloi.-: llikol i ! -ha lra.-h Klll.il' 'ln '"I "ir I') i.e. ' - liia.ker. 0', .vi.-.., . Mnia r.i I 'i 'II. .'ii It.. i llii'j, p.iiee vnsi; Ihree.irar. .llii- and up., .r.i, s.x tr.u,.., .-i"- n. Mar vv Zil, t ,? .' ' I -i lllll, ' , Tin- " ' 'v,,. pan,, . ., ! , N.Iiom l!v-s ft-Waale. , Plllflle ' I nm i . I..' e "el.,, i ,, . . ,i "ir ui, ...d upad u . ii, le. ' ' I's-luon v .. Itank.n Co. n '. Ml- lai-tf. . I t 11-r4l..vv .' K:-l ..-.-ie ,. ) K lib Ho.- -si!",. ,,.K jp.i; foiirjo. olds and iipa.r.l, one mil. ,n, an cUhlh' Kl'. Krniile 11" Tain. rl4i- . '. r Hi- litl.'i trfis,rp.i . , ,3 7,oi-in.er '. ... ! .. in, PesHMMoi! m Apprtr.tict allomn-e dinned.