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THE SUN, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1916.
W W flg era Racquets Title Against Clubmate Yankees Leave for South Boxing Weights Changed JtWO TUXEDO MEN ' TO MEET FOR TITLE . pelf fcnft Mortimer Survive iu National Bacqoets Championship, FIRST SQUAD OF YANKEESlM&WM IS BEST STILL A CHANGE TO TOURNAMENT COM MI T TEE FEW CHANGES MADE BEGINS TRIP TO MACON AT H, Y. A. C. TRAPS Foifwr National Champion Wins High Scratch Prize With 95. BEAT PENN'S FIVE HAS TO PLEA SE E VER YON Em RULES FOR BOXING Manager Donovan and Some of His Players Make Start for Georgia Camp Will Arrive To morrowBoxing News and Notes. Its Arduous Task May Be Lightened by Following a Systematic Schedule of Club Competitions During the Coming Season. Princeton and Cornell Vic tories Cliango Collrgo Bnskt'thnll Outlook. Slafc Commissioii Ofs n NYw f'odc M11H1 ui,,. Mir Old Our. BEAT BOSTON PLAYERS Bohtol Ms., Wl. 20. Clnrenc C. rail unci titanley O. Mortlmar, both ot the Tuxedo TonnU nfl Racquet Club, twlll.tiieet on Tuesday In the final match for the national racquet glngles hanrploriBhlp at th load TonnU and Stncquet Club. They fcoth won their rsml-iln;tl matches to-day without reat difficulty, l'ell dcfeatlnr IL D. Scott tif Morton, while Mortimer vanqutohed Joshua Crane, also of UUa city. Both matched were doclded In three fameH. 'file finale promise to be Interesting, hm there- la conalderablo rivalry between Pell tnd Mortimer, each having beaten Hie other at Tuxedo this wlnU-r. I'ell outclassed Koott to-day, the lat ter not being In food condition for a KPtcdy encounter. The local Plyr luade a giUUnt fight, however. In the rlnal game. With tlio score 15 to 3 MMlnt him. he ran off four ace. "When Tell made It 13 all the game was Mt at 0 and Bcott made the aoore 3 love l-cfore being put out. Then Pell T.in It out with u tine display or "siortlmer had trouble only In the opening game, whon Crajie. by a brill iant run. made the ecoro 13 all. but M enuthful opponent had eo much In re rervn that he came through for a win jifter ecvcrol hands. Tho summary: Nation! Htnirleii CnHP,0,n,,h,pV,f.'.'!.,i' Anal Hoona Clarence. C. I'ell. .Tj'l. defeated II. D. Beott. Iloiton. 15 S. I 7. JI 1; Stanley O. Mortimer. Tuxuln. n Teafort Joihua Crane, Hoston. is l. IS IP. 1& 3. GARDEN HOW GREAT KENNEL. Steady far Weatmlnatrr ClaVa Fortieth Annual .shim. The taak of changing Mndlaon Square ttarden Into a vast kennel for the for tlath annual dog show of tho Wrstmln iiter Kennel Club, which opens to-morrow morning, was completed last night after forty-eight hours of continuous work by three shifts of men. Helde the Itennelmen thero were nquada of deco rators, carpentern and electricians, and everything Is In readiness for the rush f the entries. Dogs will be rocoived only at the Twenty-seventh, street entrance, Just off Fourth avenue. Kach must be supplied with a suitable collar and chain and no dog may bo permanently removed from the Oarden until 11 I'. M. Friday Unless by consent of the superintendent All entries will be detained In the re ception room until the Westminster Kennel Club veterinarians. Dr. Frank II. Miller and Dr. 6org6 A. Miller, give them clean bills of health. A Pomeranian the gift of Mrs. Henry Hill, will bo fcold at auction on Thurs Cay afternoon and the proceeds turned ever to the British Med Crow. Hy re quest of those making entries who will Jiave their time fully occupied until that hour by the regular classes and to Jiava the presence of Messrs. Breese. Dote, Hopton, Senn and Whlttcm as the rommlttee of jurors, the judging In the five variety classes has been set for 10:30 A. M. on Thursday. Dogs from a distance) will begin ar riving by express from all parts of the TTnKed States and Canada this morn ing. Thoso owned near by are not ex pected until afternoon or to-morrow morning. The entry of Mrs. Hoy A. Ttainey, Including the $3,000 wire haired for terrier Wycollar Hoy: that of Mrs. Payne Whitney and George W. Qutn tard'a string of fox terriers will be brought In by motor vans early to jnorrow. Kltta la netting Ready fop Match. Charles Ellis of Chicago, who will play a. (natch for tho world's championship at three cushion billiards with Alfredo da Oro at Philadelphia on February 13, St and 23. Is at present practicing In this city, at Thuni's. Thirty-first street and Broadway, with Cleorgo Moore, the former champion. On Tuesday night Joeeph Capron. representing Chicago, will play Joseph Stone of New York In a. league game of the Interstate Three Cushion Billiard League at Thiun's. Bismol and Cochran to Flay 18.1 Tn order that the billiard enthusiasts may have the opportunity of seeing Mrmln Casslgnol play at the 1S.1 bulk line style of game, Maurluo Daly lma nrranged for a series of five match camea between Cissignol and Welkcr Cochran, the former playing 300 points to Cochran's lf0. The first gamn will played to-night at Daly'n Billiard Academy. Vale Golfer Can Howl Tno, Nw Haven, Conn.. Feh. 20. The four Members of the Yale bowling teams, who lata Saturday night completed the first continuous twenty-four hour match ever held In tho history of college bowling, narrowly missed smashing the world's record of fifty games In a similar match. TV. H. Gardner 2d. captain o the Yata golf team, made high scorn with an average of 190.1 plus for forty-eight names. IJooa-herty 'Wins St. Ansrlm'a Ron. The St. Anselm's A. C. held Its weekly run a usual yesterday despite tho storm and about fifteen runners took part It) It. The winner was 11. Dougherty, St. Anselm's, and his time for the four and three-quarter mile race was 28 minutes. TO-DAY'S JUAREZ ENTRIES. i. Juarez. Mexico. Feb. 20, Contrary to custom there will lie Monday racing at the local track. To-iliiy'fi entries: Flnt lUcr Selling; three. yenr-nlda: five and a half furlnrg llupplntxp. 90, l M, Johnon, 90: Violet, 90; Honey Cut, 103, Circulate, 110, Second Itac Selling : three. year-ohls and up: six furlongi M.tl Tlt, "7, Lady .lnme. 1001 Cnl. Hunilell. 102. (III. tiert rtoi'. mu. si,iu. in:; Marie f.'oihlll. 10: Vrog i;y. 1; Itonnle's llui-k. 310: Herd. 113. TMnl llarf !tllnj;: fnur.yea.r.ni ami tip: one mil" AMu, 91, fl A .lnnf. n", Cordle V.. 91; I.lnljrnrh, 100, I Us Mont gomery. 102. Fourth lUce -felling! four yrar.nll nnl tip; alx furlnnio Aitireii. IftJ; I'MiiliKChnpl, 30; ITanel". 108; llrk I).ivl. 108, I'r.ilrle, 110; Kid Nrlton. 11V rifth Race hnlllim, three. mr oi mi, 1IP! ni mile- lli'lln Hem ll, 90, I-h1iii1i Queen, 90; lCuiluritnre, Jon, Klepper 1uQ. .tlrllne. 103; llHfcf. l: l-'urt .''nmttr, lo;, r.lectrowan, 110. ritrgmiM, 113 Mxth Hee-.fiplnif, tlire jiur null m tip; el furlong iiartiT Kntglit, 105, .Taper Tin, in;; I. My Y'iuiik, uS, r'ecii, lni; WIIIIb. I'H. Mmlelle, 10, ltil Wonli, 10; VaUrlanlll, 110, l'roieri fun, ll'l, Stmirtailero. 113, The Seatch of Sraat -S , I1F WARY w The first oftlclal move of the 1916 major league campaign started from 'the Pennsylvania Htntloii, this city, at 4:35 1'. St yesterday wlica tho first detach ment of Yankees set out for tho tiprlng camp at Macon, Ua. Capt. T. I Huston, secretary-treai. urer and half owner of the club; Mana ger Bill Donovan, Coach Duke Karrcll, Trainer Jlmmlo Duggan, .Wtstatit Busi ness Manager Mark noth, four news paper correspondents and eight players comprised tho Gotham platoon, l'ttchcra Kay Keating and Cy lMeli and Catcher Leslie Nutium.iker were tho veterans of the party. l'lui Schnert, a young catcher; UeorKo MotrrldBe and Oilman flay, joung Miutliiuws; Jaincs McGov cm, a colt Inllelder of the metropolitan district, and Harry Smith, unattached, who was with Mcflraw a yc.tr ngo as a highly touted catching prospect, com pleted tho party. Three pitchers with Scout Joe Kelley were expected to entrain at Baltimore. Thee wero Ray Caldwell, the veteran right hunder: Allen itusselt. u vouthpaw. and Oeorge l'lnn. Tord Meadows and Cliff Markle, pitchers, were expected at Washington. Capt. Huston's party will reach Maeon early to-morrow night. On Tuesday the nmi preliminary norKOut will be held. Donovan expects by that time to have twenty-eight players In camp, fifteen players have left direct from their homes. They are: BloJgett, Plercy, Shocker. Tipple. Walters. Cable, Alex ander, Brady, Ivc, Boss, Vance, Cul lop. Brown, Mullen and Oedeoti. Germany Schaefer Is on his way from Havana, Cuba, to Macon to Join Done van's advisory staff. This will be made up of Karrell, Kelley and Schaefer. Don- CONSOLATION EVENTS ARE NO LONGER FASHIONABLE The Way in Which Tennis Players Neglect Them Makes It Look as Though They Have Outlived Their Usefulness. The evil of holding a consolation sin gles tn connection with a championship or special tournament again cropped up as one of tho main tuples of discussion among followers of lawn tennis last week. The main reason for the resur rection of this matter was the consola tion singles In the national Indoor cham pionship whUh will bo finished at the Seventh Ht-glmctit Armory to-morrow. Practically alt tennis players and those interested In the sport were unanimous In the opinion that the consolation sin gles had outlived Its utefulnet-s. Moat of the bigger tournaments dropped It from their llata long ago. The reason for dropping tho consolation was that It took up too much tlmu and sp.uo. Fre quently the consolation was still uutln lshed wteks after the regular tourna ment had passed Into tiimLs history and henco caused a great deal of trouble to the managers of tho tourney. At tho tlmu tenuis was in its Infancy the consolation carried souio aluo by reason of tho fact that it guvo players more opportunity for tournament play. That ww In tho day, however, when there were comparatively few tourna ments. Now, however, not a wccli pab&e.i during the tenuis season that there la not some kind of a tournament and sometimes there aro a.s many as five or sl.t. The players themselves have thown their attitude to tho consolation event In many tournaments. For Instance, In the Indoor consolation singles thirty-two were drawn for tho tirst round, the los ers tn the tlrat round of tho regular event. Of tho sixteen matches scheduled for that round only a couple actually were played and tho remaining men ad vanced men on defaults. Much the same condition obtained In the later rounds, showing that tho men cither did not want to play or could not find the time, so that tho consolation was really a rather useless affair. It Is the opinion of tenuis enthusiasts in tho Missouri Valley, und there haa been a great growth In their number In the last couple of ears, that tlm Mis souri Valley doubles will bo a great stimulus to the game In that eectiou of the country. Tho event, being u national championship competition, will attract much more attention than tho local tour nament. Jack Cannon, who made the light for tho pectlonal doubles at tho meeting of tho l.'nlted State National I.nwn Tennis Association here, already has been congratulated by devotees of the sport In Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska ami Iowa, tlm dlitrlet covered by the new section. No dato has been nsslgned for the tournament yet nor has It been awarded to any club. Thern Is little doubt, how ever, but that It will go to tho Field Club of Kansas City, as no other city or club has made application for tho event thus far. It Is likely that the national clay court championships which will start at tlm r.lilfeivnml T.oi.Ou 11, il. ! late III June will l nmoiiK thn largest In the history of tho sport. The tourna ment undoubtedly will attract a large 1 contingent from the llin ami a goodlv number from the middle West. Should an M.Lj.tern team 1i went ti, thu lj,.lit.. coast for lnteistvtlon.il matches It will play In this tournament. At the meeting of the tenuis associa tion In 1913 an oftlclal emblem of the national championship In the form of , a small gold tennis hall was adopted i one vviiH given In each man who had ' held a national championship n cither singles or doubles. Tlm women cliiini- pious In singles and douhles and the win- hits of the mixed douhleH were hit out. Ill was huggtsted at the menllng this )eiir that the women receive tho same emblem, und It Is more than llkelv that the suggestion will be acted upon favor ably. Tho coming stanii should be an un usually llvily unci r.ir tlm tennis plater of MiiincnpnllH, A club tournament at the .Minneapolis Tennis Club Is scheduled lor the early part of June I.ate In the siuue mo'.lh tho i Ity championships will ho plav.d at the Maine club, ami III August these courts will be Hie sielin of the State loin nameiil which will he lielil under the illre.i'on or the Noilli western Tennis Association, Tlm .Min neapolis club will hate twelve courts readv for the beginning of (In. season at lis new home, Them will be three trM and nine clay courts. Ward C. ovan hopes to havp a pretty good line on his youngsters by Iho lime the vet eran regulars report to him on March 1. There -will be teventeen of these, making Donovan's full active force forty-three strong. I'ntll some time after the veterans re port Donovan will lie ablo to apply the whip In morning and afternoon sessions. When ho selected Macon as a training ramp It was believed that city would not be represented In the Mouth Atlantic league this scubon. Since, baseball peace ' was effected, however, business men of I the city have conic to the rescue to savo I the franchise. Consequently when the ' Macon pluyers report for practice about I March 10 tho Yankees will hau to share . the playing Held with the Sally leaguer. The fact that lioth the Ul.inis and Yankees hate EtretiKthened over winter m much us to bi tiiiurcd u.s prominent pennant prospects lias fandotn of thh city pretty well stirred up. Tor the first time in history the IochI clubs will play an nnte-eason series this spring Therm Is little doubt now that thlf event will oei neu pairnuizra, tor an opposition at traction that had been billed In Hrook lyti has been cancelled, The Yankees and Giants will play at , the l'olo Grounds on April 7, s and in. i Charles H. Kbbots had counter attrac- ' tlons to two of these dates w Ith the Athletics. At tho request of Connie Slack, however, tho Matbush Squire has Just consented to a cancellation. Mack I felt ho had such u young and Inexperi enced team that he could Improve the time experimenting Ht homo tluse davs. I As a substitute Mack and Kbbets h'avo arranged a n-rles of spring games In Florida. The Athletics will play the Dodgers ut Daytona March 27 and 28. Brooklyn will return tlm Javkconviltti March 29, Ilurton, Trafford Jayne, George C. Jones a nil M. 11. Strolliman were elected to ho lio.ud of governors at a recent meet ! Ing of th club. l.pnrL,., xr nl,ni. - v .. . - ... v ,,u,wi ui .ew lorn, ror-1 mer IntircolUrlate champion. Is entered In thn tennis tournament at the courts , of Hotel virg tila, Long Heach. Cull-1 tornl.i. The tournament, whlrh began, I last Frld.i) . -.hows an unusually strong I entry list. i:a Fottrell. Koland Roberts' ami i ail i.nrdner are some of the starl ' anfomlans In the slnglr. Maurice K. McI,ouKlillii and Thomas C Ilundy arel entered In the doubles. Church will play' with Wynne Mace, another former! Princeton player. In the doubles, rind as this combination recently defeated Me- l.ougM'n and Ilundy. and also scored over the Nat Hrowiu-Claudti Wayne team. Iho i;ast seems to have a Kood ' chanco to w in. CRESCENTS PUT END TO BOSTON'S HOPES St. Nicks Profit Most hy Vic tory Unincd hy Brooklyn Seven on Sriturclriy. Amateur Hotter Lniue Manding. M, N.el,ol II C WT ft Ronton A. A i " 'SS Ilarrard Club , j .; Creeornt A. O 1 Hockey Clul """ q I f$ Hohtou has lost Its chanco to bring Hit Atnatuur Hockey I.c-ague champion ship to the Hub this season. Tho defeat of the, Hoston A. A. seven, which was pressing thn .st, .k., llaril for nra Plato In the liiigue nice, by the Crescent A. C. on Saturday night practically put tho IJiilcorn wearers out of thu running for tho title. Karller in tlm week Coach Wlnsor's pupils defeated tho Harvard Club, Iho oth. r Hoston organization In the league, and barring an unexpected slump by tho St. Nleiit., neither of the Hub teams has a chanco to gain the title. Harvaid's victory over thn Ht. Nicks Saturday night in a hard fought game Ii taken In soiuo .purlers to mean that the Itague champions aro not now In the best of condition. If this is true the Cll.'linnioilH Ulll hiiti. :t l,,r,l Hnh their hands to beat the Crescents in the St. Nicholas; Itiuk htwt Friday night, When thes.i two teams met In tho first lound of the series, llobey llaker and his teanmnites hail to play an extra period to score over the New Mooners. Thu Ciesccnm showed lii their game with the Hoston A, A. that they are going gieat guns at the present time, and hockey followers look to see them put up a tine light against the title holders. Tho other game of the week In the local link will be plated Wednes day night, when tho I'nlou and Knicker bocker clubs will meet at the benefit carnival for the Belgium Itellef Fund. Skallng features ulsu will bo on the programme Tho Hockey Cuh will go In Hoston to-morrow night to play the Harvard Club team. CORNELL HOLDS VAN ORMAN. Football Conch Man Contract to llemnlii 'l'M Years, Iril.ti A, N V., I'eb. 20. Hay Van Or inan will iciualii mi Coniell's football coaching stnft tuu teara more, according to an iiiiiiouiicciucnt or tho Cornell Ath letic! Association lo.ilay. Van Oriuati has signed a contract, lie Ih oiio of the most successful end coaches In the country, having turned out such t-taiH a Shelttm, O'Hearn, F.y rich und Fritz. Van tlnnnn, who was graduated fiom Cornell in loos, was a great end while on the Cornell team, llllf llntr) fur (.amen To-nlaht. Thirt.e high and prlviite whonlu will tin rcprri-entrd to. night at the gameri or the IIoimco Mann S hoo for Ibivs to bo held In thn Twenty-second IteKiiif-nt Annul) I'llntelon riiimers will meet : i C N v team In a special on. mile rti.i.v In a medley relay race Columbia will have two team., and Fordhiiiii. C. C. N. V. ami Manhattan olio each. SrOTTS SHOOTS WELL Fourteen gunners took part In the shoot of the New Tot Athletln Clul at Travers Island yesterday. The con ditions were much better thnti they were on Saturday and as a result H. M. Hlggliison, Jr., a former national cham pion, won the high scratch prize with a total of 95 out of a possible 100 targets. Although Hlgginson did renfarl.abty well, he did not make n straight Kcore. Straight strings were the exception. Only two icunners aucceedod In making perfect runs. One was A. 1J. lUnney, who tool; the tournament cup. and It. I,. Spotts, who turned the trick In a special shoot of twenty-nve targets. I.. W. Thompson did remarkably well. Not only did ho win the Travers island cup but lie also was tho high handicap gunner. He took both events only after a shoot off. however. Thompson alsu srored legs on both the Hasltn and the ac cumulation cups. Three other gunners scored on the Haslln trophy. They were M. Mc.Voy, Jr., A. VS. Ranney and G. W. Lembeck. Only twr others scored on the accumula tion cup. They were M. McVoy, Jr.. and J. I. Urandenberg. There will be n holiday shoot at Travers Island on Washington's Birthday. LEWIS GETS ALL TEE FRIZES. Mralaht StrlnK Prove ProBtablr at Port Washington Trap. Poht Wasiiinoto.v, I,. 1., Keb. 20.' Hreaklmr 14ii tarcets out of ISO. Tracy H. Iewls won every event at the traps , ly,'K,,' abler, the lilns of 1M Korn- of the Manhasset Hny Yacht Club this "d and the injury or Capt. Kwjcr, who afternoon. Ot the ten competitors In ; ,,,a' t"' thn m;u,oii. hao ab-iut the event for a leg on the monthly I taken thn la.-t Mmrt odt if Columbia. trophy eight tied with full bcores. and To connucr Cornell In Hk last home game In tho ehootoff I-wls won with 1 1 rlday night Columbia's d lug wish. rnralght string of 23. Sime the Icifli.. wa stalled In l'.ml There were five ties for full Morea In ColumMn has won st championship. the eent for u leg on the yearly cup, M'"1 one, ijiilrdiMl n-und live timet and but as Iwls returned a straight string ,i,lr,k twhv. It Is no small wonder that of 21 he was declared tho winner. In I Coach Fisher fils so cm: of placo In the 100 target handicap. In which the tin- cellar. Pennsylvania hasn't won the contestants participated at 23 birds each ' championship slnro K'liv. for the first half of tits string, eight of I In flio Individual MMfing IMdlo the ten competltora tied witli full scorej. 'McNlchoI, the doughty Perm captain, and In the tchootoff IaiwIs again won holds on to Ion lead by thn-e point. with a full score. Kinney or Yal is pruning hl.ii bard for the hutiorw and may take tho lead away M.u. r.n n..r,l. nnw ffm tho Irleh ijuaker. Kinney has be. u .Make Inll Scores Despite mow. lT,,,u. up ,,Vfry W.(,k ull Nkw Hochkim:, Feb. 20. Despite the jvarV leader, Is in tenth place, but he snowstorm, which proved a bar to ar- has plajcd 'three games let-, than Kinney curate scoring, the six men who faced and McNi.'hol He may come up to the the traps of the New llochelle Yacht elect circle In the next two weeks. Furl Club to-day did sonic excellent work, re- William", thn diminutive liartmouth for turning full scores In some of the j ward, eraduail) ! being pu-h-d down matches. The high serach man was ' the ladder. Wllll.ua- !.Lt w. -el; wai eup George P. Granbery. who won the prise ' planted .is u regular by Hau. Ie ,an after a sliootofT with J. P Donovan, who slumped noticeably In his pl.ivlng In the tied him with a total of S8. Granbery l.it thr.e weks. was also the winner of the 13 bird I In the lire.', ten e.'orers Pcniisv Ivanla scratch event with a full -ore und of Columbia, Dartmouth and Princeton are in r ir ir inc ioiMiu,i. iuj. nun h OH 1119 IIHIIU.l M Ul v 11 Oil H, score of 92 on his handicap of 12 Dono van won the high handicap prize. He also won the take home prize at 23 birds with a full score. Cramptan Wins at Knolltrood. WiiiTf Plains.. N. V Feb. 20. Fos ter Cramptoii captured all the prizes to day dt the traps of the Knollwood Coun try flub. Shooting from scratch he won the leg for the monthly cup and the leg for the season cup, the first with 14 and the second with 43 as bis score. Com bined, these gave him the high scratch prize with a total of 8J, T. F. Wilcox won the Lincoln cup In a shootoff with Walter Sykes postponed from February 12. 0. U. LEADS ICE YACHTS. Itelndeer Is Only Other One to Finish In Light -Wind. Mkii Hank, N. J Feb. 20. In a snow storm tour vachts, of the Independent Ice Yacht Club sailed the llTot nice of tho season to-dity over the regular triangular curs In front of tho clubhouse, u illf. tauce of seven miles, fur it challenge peununt and points on the season cup. A light noithwest wind was blowing the snow flakes Into the eyes of th.j skip pers, making u spectarular r.u e. The sliirters were Kverett Asay's O, I"., thu new boat llaiuhee, owned by Fred Flslur and Halpli Slckel : Vincent Willis's Fidget and Harry Asay's Iteln- tieer. The yachts got away In a bunch and kept tioso together until turn ing the second stake near tho Mldd'.e towii shore of the Titer, when they bo- gan to speed. The O. U. got a fnv Gra b's slant of wind und took the lead, closely followed by the Itelndecr. The other yachtB were becalmed, and with no chance of catching up with the lead era withdrew. The O. U. succeeded In winning the race, her time being IS min utes 2S second. The Itelndeer finished about three minutes Inter. Somo of tho third class lee yachts of the North Shrewsbury Club were out, Including Fred Smock's Mecl Ice yacht. The crowds of skaters and hockey play eis were trciled to a bit of excitement when lierrc A. I'roal's Aerosied going ut a rast rate or speed turned over. Nobody was Injured, but the engine of thu Actosted was Uidly damaged. JUAREZ RACING RESULTS. Iirt Ituce Selling; three. yenr-nbts slid up; six furlongs Murehul Tllghninn, 107 i.VUeim), 7 to I, 3 to I ami even, flrt; Favorite, Article, 1011 (I'Usaimj, li to t, In 1 und even, nei'itml; lver'H Lans, 109 illuckleal. I In I, to unit 8 to i, thlnt, Time, 1:13 .S. Lady Lucy Hay, Janun, Kuilierlne (1., Ht MtHterson, t.'esurlo, Peter titHlnart. (lertheliiiA ami rreenmu aim run. Second Itace Celling; tliree.yeur-olila nil up; .me iiitlellean Splller, 90 Utr). to 5, 7 to IV "ml : to S, first: Henry Vnllmnk, tU' iCullen), 4 tn I, IS tn .', mnl 3 to .'. -iranil; Key, 107 (If, Shllllii), .1 to I, even ami : tn r,, llilnl. 'I'liur, 1:40. Hlindee, .Nannt Mclie anj Vlreo ulen ran. Third Itm-e Selllnr; three. year.olili; lt furluiiK 1-1 Mali. II, 110 (llrutrel, 5 to 1, tn 5 ami 7 tn to, llrst, Lentilit, to: Hunt), : tn I. 3 to 5 uml 1 tn I, Htcnnd; enntek, I to lorines), 4 tn 1, 3 In 'J una 7 to 10, third. Time, 1:13 1.;, Watnr Warbler, Inez. Ilvrau Klttgerahl, Illlltkeua W , Teeto, llareae itiul linn alen ran. Fourth Itace Selling; liatnltcnp; three-eHr-nlile and up; one mile Mnney Maker, 110 (C. Hunt I. : in l, 4 tn r, ami 1 ,) 3, Urn; Hani Hall, 113 ill. Shilling), -.- to 1. 4 to I and 1 to 4, sei'mnl; Dundreary. 101 (I'k'krns). ! In I, I In i und I tn 3, third, 'lime, 1:31 Flllansy ami lloniinia aluo ran. I'lftli lliiee Selling: three. ear. oliU anj up; live furlnngs Lltlla .lake, 107 lllux ton l. t, n I, '.' tn t ami even, llrsl; Itobart Mnntell, loo (C. Hunt), J tn 1. to J und 7 In 10, aec-niiil, Jake Argent, tin i f.'ullen I, J tn I, 3 tn 5 anil I tn 3. third. Time, 0:i&, Mack n lliilmnks uml ll,ejnnry alsu ran. SUIh IUre ilelllng; llnt.y.-.r.,.i- and up; aeveu furlmigs I, ml. 104 ii'iilleni, I; In t, 4 tn 1 ami t tn I, tlret; Hilly t'ultiert aim, 91 ll'. Hunt), 0 tn I to i una to 3, aernnd; I'hytlU Antidiiette, I Otf (Henry), t to S, I to I and 1 to 4. thlnt. lime! li: 1-6. Bogy Johnson, John Hooka sad Charity Merman alio rta. 1THACANS NOT OUT OF IT collkoi: u.vhki;ttiam, stanpino. Colleire. fVnnylvaiil l'rlnccloti Vnle 'ornsll IiHrtrnoiith C'ulunibla V. 1. v.c. n i .:.7 4 ,n 4 n ..-,r, 5 ! Mo J A .151, 1 tf .143 General flank movements resulting In elcje victories for I'rlnceton ond Cornell ami an easy win for Pennsylvania against tho respect Ivo opponents of Dart mouth, Yuln and Columbia brought tho three llrst named colleges) Into 4 onunaiid ln ixwltloim where they can light It out tills week to ilivhlo which shall hao the tight to exercise ii protectorate iivcr Iho I liUerctiliel.iti- Ilahketli.ill Lcagun tlophy for one year. While on tho f.ico of the standing of the teams I'ennsj Iv.uiU piuniH to havo already lncrllied Its n.iniu on tho cup. I luskt thall critic tlilnli th- Quakers are counting their chickens before they uro hatched, Most of the old time players think that Cornell will nuke u grand splurgo within the next fortnight. The Itrnu ati iiln t ih a coinlilii.itlon of Vdteruns Hhlcli Ii.is been lying low for several wicks. With an easy game against Dartmouth to-night and nnothcr Friday iimht iic.ilnst Columbia at Morn Ingsliln llelghls. Dr. Sharp's crowd Is expected to muio up to within striking dlel.inci. of tlw lljlng UuaUers. Tne featuie citne of tlic week wilt be at Philadelphia Saturday night, when the leagllo lenders and Yale, claslu t'oluiuhl.i, h lung the autocrat of the leuuuf, Is destined tu rcni.Uii In the. cellar Judging Coin thn way things aro going Mriilnglde I (eights. The I lun4 of -JirepreeeiueilnytH.iineiieai.il. For Dart mouth to have such gis.il individual seorcre. means notliln?, ;t. both got up them ar In tu,. s,,i!.ur, wiirn high scores were more common than t are now. Columbia's two, Cahkr iiiid I'wytr, are plating no longer, while Williams of Dartmouth Is warming the bench. The twenty-five leading rcorers : Kid Kl l.l. (,! t:i .1 tt 11 11 r.l H I.' n 17 11 .11 !. !; 0 ii a u U in 1.' .1 la 0 1 ft 1 11 11 t 11 ; 7 0 - 7 ') ; n 11 i 0 Name. College an, i,ni 1- McNlihol IVan-)llatiia. r 7 Klllli( Yale t ; 3 1I...I-. 1'rlln- ton I . . . -. ; "iiiiniu- n iriiuoiitii . f, n i. ua. ...ti iiuiiuiii. i i n it . ln..r. CoUiiiilii... t. c... r, ii .i, 4 . -..i.iurr. toiiillinia, I t June IVmi'.cIt anl . f. 7 '-.M.Tltlle IVllict Ion, e t 10 Itrnuii, fnnii'II f ..I ii- .-lariin. tenu- ic aula, , r l.' jii '4 i: neiuer 1 ale I . ... fi t.' ., 13-tlurtluril, L'oliinibi.i, c . "'. M o -.j H-siitierh) CoriHI. c .... I jj 1j Hector, n.ntinoiilli. c.... : i n n I--Kerw lnn,-et.in. f . . . I i u is i. .iiHiion, iair. t, . ,1 it I- I r.ieit, r. I'.irillliHllll, I., i, li 1 Aelimeail. 1 nrni i J ..4 ,, ; j lo-Jeflnnl, l,i'lili"liaiilt. c . it 7 o 14 .1. Llllsleti, Cormll. I . . 4 4 n II -M irlin. Iiartniuiitb. f .. . .'. 7 ) m '.'3 Korimanil. C'oliinilna, f, t " 1, 11 1" .'4 Olll, Vale, f f. 11 . :TV--Taft, Yale. 1, f ., 0 u MANHATTAN CLUB GETS CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP Cdpalilanra and .laiinw!ki lli'iul 'IVani Which l)pfca(s Hrooklii I'lnjcrs. With Capabl.inca and ,laiiou.-KI head ing their team, the players of the Man lrattau Chess Club had little illlllculty in defeating the Hiooklyu Che.-s Club In the deciding .Metropolitan League match, the giitucb or which ended ;it .111 early hour yesterday nsunlug at the rooms of the former nrgiititz.ttlnu. The .Manhattans did not lose u simjlo game ami won by the one ohlcd score of ti' points to 1 The fccore or the visitors was made pin slhle by three drawn gumts at half a point each, With this signal victory went the league championship for l'Jl.l, a title held by Hrookltii last tear. Two tears ugo the Manhattans shared the honor Willi the Progressive Chest Club after Playing off a tie which again icnltcd In an even bieak. Tim suuun.iiy or the deciding match follows: Dili. Manhattan (' (' 1-J, 11. I'atnitihiuct I 'J I) Jan.ittski. . I S-A Kimchlk ' 4- L. H. Meyer .. .. ' 5- C, Seliiii-I.ler t J. ItoM-nthal. . I 7-L. Ilneen . ... t-F J. .Marfliall . t Drnokl) n C C. M M hroi-iler li .1 N huutter . It T Ill.n U .. . A. 11 t'.l.i L .1 Wolff V K. PerklllP,.., II '.irn J II i'aft, Jr . .. Total S'l T0t.1l Brisiklyu phoed white on thn odd numbered boards, In the series Just ended th.' Manlial tanH inuiie a clean sweep, with a total of six mutches won. They 'defeated lirooklyn its well an Columbia Univer sity by total of tl'j to in, the Pro gressives by I'-j to 11 Sliiten Island by l-j to 2'j, I'lty College by 7', to ij and De-can Hill by S t p. The totals uf games won and lost wein as -j to tin. The llronklvus and I'logrtftdtes made an viual scoie In matt-hen, each winning 4, losing I and tying I. In games won and lost, however, the Fro giesslves, with lit! Id 12, tako second place, us against :t I a to U'j for llrook 1Mb Staten Island llnlshed ill folirlll place, having won a tiidtchtu ami lcwt :i, with game totals of in 21. tklitprr of I'nmbrla la llrad. ."pecw f'.ifce lfi,ilrh 10 Tlir. SrN Lomhin, Feb. Hi,- Frank II. I'encer, lominaiidi r of tho Cambria, llrst chal lenger for the America's Cup, died to day, It wag announced hero to-night. Hy JtHI '. A.MHrlllH).'. Thero itro not a few of the golf com mitteemen to-day wondering what kinds of tournaments they shall put Into thn beasoti's echedule.". Tlio novelty nepeal has been worked to tho limit and now tt Is almost Impossible tu tlnviso 11 really new echeme. In tho hojie, how ever, that it .systematic schedule may prove of valuu tho following Is sub mitted to tako Homo work from the shoulders of thoso who may bo worry ing. I presume that most of tlm club events will oprji ubout tho middle jf May. Tho tlmu Is ripe, therefore, for it tourna ment of somo kind and the Ih?sI one with which to start tho season Is tho kick ers' handicap, wlietu rach mall chooses 111 own liaiidlriip and the best net wins. There ran I mi no fault found with tho hiuidlcappiiig committee 011 that llrst Saturday, and tiro fact thtit tlm winner Is more or less 11 matter of luck means nothing to it truo golfer Moreover, thu handicapping commjtt.n may l-e aided by this very d;i' return of scores to modify Us list. Tho second Saturday. May 20, might well bo chosen tor 11 four ball match of the selected score variety. In this contest two players Inim up und play with two others. Uach plater "plats against the par of the hole and after thu handicap or the player Is taken off tho lower ncoro of tho two Is put down on the card and then the play again"', tho par of tho second IioIh begins. It makes no difference what players play together so fur us handicap goes, und this means much when a 2.1 handicap man likes to play with Ids friend who Is a scratch o- handicap '.' or 11 plater. Kaeli hole Is a gamu until Itself and all play ngaln.-t the field In cum class. At thn end of tin: day tho winners are those who havo the lowest net score, which ought to bo In tho low Tus. This tournament Is an excellent one Tor the club members In that It Is not eselltlal that the part- I mr.s bo selected beforehand, with per-' lutps tho thought that there might he a better chance ror ,1 good showing in, the event. Then, what may aial to those who think that tlic! ate uni',- hunters In the world, there Is 110 opportunity for unfair matching up. It often happened In the old .lavs when a four ball match wasi scheduled that :. low handicap man would pair up with .1 hatnlhtip man, and their handicaps being addeil to gether mid three-foutths bring t.ik.ii of tlieui would mean that twenty or twenty one htrok.s could be taken off tho ll tin I ... . . at... - , . . . ...... 11,1 r.oie ui ciiu siiusn svon- , i inu pan,, which would mean that If tho handicap! 3 man was not helped on a sluglu bold but pla.se, I his tegular game and turned 1 In a 7S the handicap to be taken off would result In the pair taking thej prize with little effort. To offset tills I mine clubs made the handicap to ! 1 tiiKeii inree-cignis or tne com., men int.ui and still others put in the s hem, if not, permitting platen who golfed together, to hate a handicap more than lite! strukes difference. All th-ee dlllicultles ate overcome by the sugge-ted sthenic of play, which this )ear I believe Willi be found on Hi" s-. heilulo lists of many dubs. I Tin 11 comes May 27, where 1 compel)-! lion against par sceiu to be the proper 1 stunt. Il.tter than 111 any other way can tho ability' of .1 plater be ascertained, because be knows wli.it ho did the pre-' tnuis tear when plating against lat . and Ins advancement or decline will l cither welcome or sad news ror him.. The averaging of iiu.'b game by .otnp.ir- ilng it with that nt' other plavers Is not a sound basis ror the stamp of approval j or dieappt.iv.il comparison with pir Is tho only sure means uf determining ad-, vuni.enient ' Itv fills time the appetites id the , golfers have been whetted ror a medal I play round, and on the tblid day follow 1 Ing May 3ii. Memorial I lay, the ball is I set in motion. At this, time should begin i.tlmsvstem of classes III the events Three ; classes. A, II and C, which run from I scratch to 15 In llic case of the llrst, from !! to 21 Inclusive In the asu of class li and from 23 up for elas- c On 'this invasion it would In- well to hate a gtoss prize ir the cluu has .1 number of platers who golf about the e.ime, 01 , else, tailing that, tu have two tot prizes In class A and III an event tn hate two, best nets in each id the other two dlvl-, slotis. entries should close tor the inotn-' ing round at 11 o'clock sharp. (Hi the uflirnooii of Memoiial Hay It might be well to have another event for those wlu uro Keen Huh id tor the sport. A tomtistniiu tournament Is In citilcr, the goiters being each given 11 tl.ig which has pilnt.il then mi. "Here 11. m Mr so mnl So, who died 011 t!i approach t j the eighteenth or .it the twentieth hole 011 the putting green," anil so ftit th. the list iUMiiption to be written In by the golfer who plants bis !lag with a colllu t-iulil. 111 where ,11 the) furthest point which he has reac'ied l ' tho tlino h has plated tun number of strokes which den tes tho par r the com so plus his full handicap. This ul-; I wavn nukes a vety enjoyable bit of j ! . .... ... I-. .,.!..., r... I,..u ult.iet .1 tlei. it Is one or tlm beet lls.cu of all tlm events and thole Is rut fly .1 lie. May 3n also Is the day when the ladles should be given a lilt of ciicour- agl-iueiii. ic is ino-c pionaoie- imti cocic will be a dance scheduled for the eve ning, and there Is a goodly number of women folk who win! for tho men to cemc in. What better for them then than a tine putting contest '.' The lady captain of the club If a club has not a lady captain they should elect one at unco could bate chaige or the event, which would run nil through the iittei- noon, with the closing time tor entries, placed ut e o'clock June Is a giod time for .1 handicap' match play event, with the ipiallft Ing I round on the llrst Saturday of tho I mouth. This at this lime should ho for 1 mm class which would Include all. The handicap net scores of the llrst thlrtt-i two. or better the llrst sixteen, furnish , tho match plavers, and then, tho four' su'ceedlng Saturdavs can lie set for tho other rounds, except thut the statement . can be madti that by mutual consent the players may ttgiec to play off thn match at any tlnin prctl ut to the Saturday 1 011 which it Is scheduled, but if thorn Is j no match played by the apH)i:Kd dato then both must forfeit further standing in thn contest, Tho Juno Saturdavs, together with these match play events, which will not liiti'i-rero at all with any other kinds of ' tournaments, might havo another four ball selected scoie and ini tlier match ngalnst par and two or the medal play competitions. Ill July thetci Is a eh nice for thu golf. et-n to have another match play series of events, which this fine ought In be divided up with play Im- (ho three classes und with eight qualifWng u each I lines ror tlm rurtliri' match play If the platers in the clas-eti are evenly matched then It might If a good Idea In havo this play at ecratch, but If there Is a pronounced discrepancy iRitweeii the first and tho eighth possible play ers In the net handicap It would bo well to havo tho handicap at three-fourths, on Is usual. On tho I'ouilh of July after tho usual handicap In Iho morning thuti 11 Hag day tournament might bn p'afyed, start ing any time tiftcr 12 o'clock, where the Idea Is much tho same as that of the cemetery or tombstone) event. The American flag .with the player's name written 011 the staff will be planted In the ground vvimii the golfer has reached his limit as denoted by the par plus his handicap strokes. August Is the dull month Usually so far as city clubs arc roncerncd, us many tako the week ends cfT to visit friends by thu shorn or e!o are away In the mountains. t)no form of piny which has given ptcuauro Is the team matches which nr.: scheduled ror two Saturdays In that month. The captains can bo up pointed on the tournament day und each 111:111 as he registers Is assigned 111 tho onler of registering to one side or an other A goir ball Is th feo ror this event, and ul the end of thn day the winners gel their prizes, which will be or course the goir bulls or the losers. In August ir there law been a cup or some other trophy glvt u by an officer or some member the satnu system of match play can lie brought Into use with the best of results. September, perhaps .he most enjoy able of all the golfing months, should have scheduled nil the best treats of the season's offerings. Tho club cham pionship may woll bo run off at this time, Iweituso the golfers tire usually at their best and enjoy the competition moro than In the spring, ir It Is decided tint a medal play at thirty-six holes Is the best way of deciding tho event then it might be well to have this come on Labor Iay, September I, when It I would ! p.tsslhlt) for all those! who would hate 11 chanco to play thu wholn day uml not force soum who could' hardly spate the time to tick" off 11 day I or ,1 morning on some Saturday tu or der that they might play In tho event. If Ibo championship is tn bo fought out at match til.it- then It were well that tho .pialif.ting round Im held 011 I.ibort 1'a.v. when the numbers playing would be the gieatesl. and then It Is Ulte silftl .lent thai eight only slwuld nuallfy. Few Indeed are the clubs where t'hc best eight would not utmice. Tim Saturdays could !' taken ctto or with n 1ne1l.1l play handlce). for all trim- clusses. 11 medal play in one class, u four ball se lected scene, oll.l class, n eiilntiellltno against par or another kickers' handl-I call. I'sonltv .1,. .... I. . a I by w ...v.w tn tit'iuiv uonaieii 1 - " ,,ie-,iii,ei , nut, lliat.es Hie stipulations lis to the . oliilllIn ,i,,,l..r which the prize shall bo plated ror, and In September the event might well hold a place, ror by that time tho members are again seeking a bit or novelty In' the way of tournament play Thtie ate many other subsidiary I ev. nts which will plea.se nil dining the! seas.Mi First In importance perhaps Is , the selected scoi,. ;.t eae-h hole. At manv clubs, theie Is .1 stipulation which savs that the t-v.nt i r..r i.-it.iln months and carries with It a p lze at the end of the tear, tne liandleaps ul the late of1 throe-slxteenths )e!iiC subtracted. The i best way In which this tournament can' be run oh" perhaps Is to have im-inhers I play for this selected score, at ant time 111 tho season or tl, month n- t t.,mi. luittce may decide and pay In cents to the cailily master each t i til.- 11 caul l.s' taken out. This card mu-t be turned' In to t.1.1 caddy master at the conclusion or the ii.uud. mut be sigpeil by th Plater's partner, who must certify that the full e ight,-, u holes;" wero plated. I Then at the conclusion of the stipulated' tune tin- h.iii,iaps j,ri. deduct,.,! am tls prizes awarded. Tho llionev for Hie' trophies cm, s livni I lie proceeds of tie dimes which hate been paid In. It is belter tu hate a select scorn uf this kind i run for at least t mut,e, alll, whcie-wi i.ssi,i0 (,, p.,,,, t writtlil event ami In classes, if a plater a ad-1 valued from .mo clas.s to another tv. j cans... of his Hi,,. pl.,y , Keeps the same ist selected scorn which hi-. 1.. .1... - ...... ..... ,,, 1 -1 ciass, ami in dlcates that h s In the better v'inile promotion onK- in. c.ipablo of playing I'r.Jtlsions Of tl'.is 1.111,1 :i-., ..-,..,. I..1 when handicaps are given and trouble is 1 .iv..rt., by piintim: on tho c.ml or In 11! conspicuous place that tlm handicaps t he deducted aie tlio.c which tho plater, bad at the , nd and not tin, beginning' of Urn month. In this con -tlon It might be well for 1 ommlttee.s to adopt the1 .."Hy U11I.01111 Man of ny churigui'i ', Iiaiidicaps ..me a nicmtb. .111,1 ti,.. ... 1 ll1' "f l ontli. i:ccptlons ni,iv be made to this rule, but t . a Kl , In the .pinion of mo.-' of the voir com- lllltteellletl of the pi. sent ll.iv. I hate heanl lately that there will be seteral clubs which will run ofT 11 pin-resslonal-.imateur touruainent this war for the diiect.itiou of meniliers. These events ought to provale tho golfers with pleasure, bur I would suggest that these matches be phij.d on a .lav other thnn saturd.i Sunday, and that thev b at eigliteen holes, it is t,ft..n asking too much of th.v piofcsslomil to haw his Play at a club a bit teinoved fiom bl own go thlrl.sl holes. Klghteeu Is sutllclent for supremacy of tho day and enough to satisfy tlm spectators whim I , u chainpliinshlp is nut on the board, I I Such events cannot lie too numerous. 1 HAVANA RACING RESULTS. Iliet It.ice .selling; purse 1400: three. eiir....lH mid up u furbii.gs lirenndn, VJ Unii-l. J 1,. 7 t.. 10 and 1 to .1 won, llvplcu i'. nr.- (MoiintHi,,!, 5 , , . til 1 mid seen, second, Hrtbenlaeb, 6 tVV liciii.irkl, n tn t. even and 1 tn third. Tlm-, 1;H. Coin n.in.-mk, IJIola and stun iiiilde ulsn run. Second lti.ee-..seiii,K; Uit,? 1400; throe. Mr...,s mid up, S rurlotiss cjueen APIde. H7 (t'riiuhnrti 11 tn i. tn ? ami mil. icon, nine Mouse, 104 (Mterretti 4 tn i s ti, j ,,11,1 7 jo, sccniid; Ilelle' of the Kin hen, '.17 iPHzi. 5 to I, s to 1 ti.l 4 ti. t. third Time. 1 1.5, Argument l-'nlty, Iliifli mid Archery also ran. Third lim-e- senc, nuns t0i three, jear-nlds und up. IU 0 furlongs M,iUri,.f. h-keen , ill.,yel,.t tn 5, : p. S nd nut sec.ilnl: .snrdelln. .' ( Domlidck). S tn t 3 tu s and 1 1,1 ;, iidrd. Time, 0.13 ( ; Hie Lark mid Palm Leaf aluo ran, fourth lime sellm. purso 1100. tliree. inirVie'-K, V1'' tt' 'urloiur.L-i.iir.,, lot (WntM.nl. 3 to et.-n an,) i . ' won, Ar.tivrl. 112 (D.itlei, 7 tn Id, 1 tu a ami out, si-.nnd, I'mtagnras, 105 (Ster. J A" ,'v " 1,1 ' "I"1 -1 t" 5, thlld I hue, I ii i-ii.ni.el, Cherry See,) ,j I' red Lev y iibn run Klftli llaee- selling; purse 11,1,1, three. enr oll!- uml up; tu,, furlotiKs -Mlskiiene-vieve. in., 1 .Jet, c pis' 1 , , ,.,, : '." 5; ".'!". ""."" ii Metiiii. 101 ut Hymn, to I, .''j to 1 mid 11 111 eeeund. c.tlit Kl Unit. Mj t.l.uie.1. 7 tn 1, i-l, tu I unit i mini 1 line. I IV.' 'J.j. Me, e.i. li,,, L, I titan, Hevlltr) mil Crlsc-n h1o run Sltlh Km e -Selling; purse lion, tluee. yeiit.olds und 111. ; one mile nu,i ntly jiirdb Suiithrrii tiiild. 11; 1.1,11101.1, ,-, p. 1, -j . t und ecen, won lieu Ciicas, 115 (frul.ei ,1 tu 1, et.ii mnl t tn :'. see-und, Oub4c, 11: !." 7 ' '" 1 una li m -. third. rime, 1 f ..lethumiilan, s,.,, .Ion. Mnsowii, Lmly Itmitcin mi -rm Imi ran seviiuli lies soiims. purse tl"" three ) 11 .mis mid up, ,,n, mi,,. 1,,,, l l)ii 1 !.. I-1. n tu 1 1 i, 1 , ; ,,, ). won, Alt.ininhu, lot I DutnlidiJt), -J tu I. eteii uml I tn V, svc-mid, Tnnierl.iiid. In7 iTapllm, I tu I. 7 In and 7 to in. third Time, , Tony KMon, Krti Krlngle, iiorviieter end Luther alio ran. WKhillT MM ITS lIKIii.i, The new- State Atlilitl" c. 1 ,., ,, has recedlll.d Ihc rulci govntong ic iiik Mini 10" new- lines vein k t yestctday lor publication, ),, n,, tho rules of the old cotnnu ,,. been re.idopted and tin Ml Imv- various poinia Willi ll tin p. , 0111111 sum lias inline sun e It a, have been Im-orporateil in tin .,, A few changes or general p i. i,.i 1 ,u been made, among them hg ,1 1,,. Hons In tin- weight limits. f,,r ,nri, . hisses. The injw fc.iiheiw, ,gi,t ; Is 121! pounds, the old limit b, ing 1 Hie lightweight limit bis be, 1 .. ,. from la in t:i:i ami th. wiU.mc, $h from I ir. to 1 1 1. The otin 1,1, , . ,, main a., they wcic. A ii.-w legiilallon t.g ti,ii,,K .1 or tickets provide- that 1 . be permitted to sell l, k. t tl, els, their mim.igets or . , other rule attempts to ill, tat. i'' ' 11 ig'i In,-id- I !. of tlie piogr.emme wlibli 1 offer to its . Ilentele ami -tit. more than forty lound. ot In, be scheduled at any one show at every session there tnti ; four round bottt.i and tun limit. This rule does tin' ,i., t.ur competitions conduct, a u I ali-pic-.s. t , , ; ig ' 'I ilia- t'r,. 1 II , Oll.l 1 A The n-iit sale for the Uii.nd Mr , limit on March 2" will lic-giu at l"n ; ,. tills morning In ,111 on in on ti T. 1 sixth street side of the Hardin, ,1 1 Tf Itickaril will not be aver to , ,. r Ing a long lino of hiivi-r- w 1.', g -h, snow- when bo sticks his h.-.t.i ,' the ticket Window' III the ,lpp,.'t. , I, n The iiiati.igei.s imnounce l i.it ! who Intend tn bilng tcm :: . panlons to the big bout will fl , -p, 4 reservations aw.-ilting tln ni. nn ,r 1 . ,.- ment that may lead :ome lowers 1,, in.! iihK or perjuring tlnms-lvi '. they lea.ii the window lit,. r.-eiv.-d for the f.'idiniie Ir ,1 good IIS tll.'C Ollgllt to be 1,..,' . , , will niiiiounee 11 attent."), ! ( his wife, mother, .-l.-br ir sec.' -1 when he bu.vs Ids tlih.t and l1. n up on the night of the tight wi'n comikiulon. Hut 1 .-1 1 1 1 1 - Mi':., 1 well ailvertisxl foice of llltc f, ro e r cuk emplojees Willi th. Ir lane n e and tirilfcing i.ill.cmg iv .1 ,. Itiihe." will be able tn h.ii. l" t - it Hon. The lluiiciit i-poitlng 1 inli e 0 street Will put oil ,t Wlesllllig .- - -, ment ne.t .Monday night. ,.- in. sane, the Turk, ami Strangle I.. - ,-, to met III the main iitttaCa,' meet In a llnlsh bun' ln-t two 1 falls at eatch as . at, li can. Tommy T.-iih.-j I'at.iion f. weight, metis Tommy Houck .,f I' ib-lphl.'t to-night in tlm main .. ' a the llll.p,' A. c. Five ten round bouts will be , at the Aineilcan Spurting I'hib morrow night The caul 1 ,ue. 1 ts. Kid Hlii tin: Leo .lohli-on t- ? lliowii, Andy William.- vs. It.iMc - tillc.lll Sllldel- ts til lie Hilt, i tllng Champ ts. Vo.mg Am.,, The ltro.idw.iy Spoiling I'lub ' i l.tn will hold Its icgill.ir ti.. to-morrow afternoon ln-te.ul of , as Is- ciistoniao cieoige 1 doling AheiiHI, Well know weights, will in.ct in th,. , t. t. bout. Thh atteinoon th. - h will hold its nineteenth w, . ;. 1 boxing and wr.-tllng -ouw. IMdh Morgan, Jlmmt I m r .7eved0 will apit.u -i -h. lound bout.- ot the i n ., . ! . lillb Wednesday night M,, , lted Mclioiiabl I luity fa-. I and Az.-vedo hooks up w:''. 1 . 011, Charlie Leonard. 1,,,. brother of sensational 1 Aitl" McHovern In tin- n , the Hmptre A. t' W.ip, ,. Thl.e Hth.'l- tell linn , bi , I 'dilin Smith Vs .loht , 1 S.i les v.- Unit M n . u . liow.ui vs. Willie .1.1, k..o TO-DAY'S NEW ORLEANS CARD Fn-t l;.i,,- Pur four 1 itlon. Itoi in,. None Mi, Ii , , '-llt K.it . ... It'ljinrr Itlr.l t ore IV. I ' W ,1 ll'IV 1 111 V. r.i 11 , 1...I11 ' 11. tnor.e f hoc si.-on.l t.-i,r Tine. 1 Libia Ki-niii ... " 1 li.lllict ! 1 Mine 1 1 ei 1 1,1a 111 1 :-; TnlHilo Lady Mn.ii.d. ii,,.. i" is llilnl It !..' . llin '1 , 0111- -1 ii, j uiiu.ird Kri-ky I. ulj J ine i,ray S'-araiuuiieli II. 111 1 it 1 11 !'. Mi "'ll- c 111 P 1 , : tl o Knurl h Iti,,- Th,. s,T, je..r olds an, I njiwai,' ,, Itltle shunter t.t.lK,. Tokay . .;,., l-'llth It n e Sethi,.- to ward; on,' mile .ma , . l.inl liilhe if lilnude , , 1 , , 1 1 , I'll 1 1 llraor ... ,'.i. billet .... '.il pj , Den's llrntlier be, sixth It ee-selhn. lie want: one mil,, and - c . I. i Moile- - , i Injury )' Tran-pnrt Ii AIM1111 Appiellti 1' a" n il Always say-- Burkes Guinness. Even though most plflccs sell it exclusivcl Bottled by-E.4 J.BURKt! Newark's $1,000,01"' Automobile Show, First Rt'RiniciU Anu" Miel tie, mnl Jit i I tally. u A M .il I cbruary 19th to -'bib AdmlMlun .Ms Tut... -' Hon) Till" I