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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916.
Princeton and Columbia Win Relay Races Cornell Basketball Team Beats Dartmouth by One Point Margin COLUMBIA EASILY IS FIRST IN RELAY I'liiitctnii Train Also a Win ner, iicatinir ('. ('. X. Y. in llorarc Mann (iuincH. MIJM'J.T IS AX ATHLETK FIRST VICTORY OF WINTER BOSTON OWNED DOG CREDITED TO MIKE BRADY SENSATION OF SHOW Tardy Despatch From Augusta Tells How He Led Good Field With Score of 147 Other News and Gossip of the Links. ji-. .:.im,'s Initial athletic meet i.d t'p Twenty-second Heglmcnt 1 um.n t.wt ughl brought out un en- ! .,-.... .f f.lltuersi nf fu'hnol 1 I :t , 1 ,., building rang with louder ' of lhe ntry Club of Augusta. I" 1 ' . .. . ....... I Mrady'a score was T4. 73 1 47. 1 rmcr man imvo grccicu me . . io Mike llraily of lloeton goes the and John O. Anderson, whose career honor of winning the first considerable "" business affiliations he reviews In professional tournament of the Houthern i considerable detail. An Chick Hvana also ..o Himini niinaeii tin mo same mae the t H. 11. A. finds Itself with outspoken season. Uelated news from Augusta, Oa., reveals tho fnct that on Friday last ho led a good field of professionals In thlrty-plx holo tourney on tho hill r.O'.it critics of prominence on Its hands both in the Hast and West. Within the last fortnight two golfers of prominence Unv died, tioth of whom held minor titles during their careers on .. . i in sccnn.i e.1 i-a,.... ..i .- i - : me una, un l-enrtiHrv 7 Airs. K. c .-.rr'S ' anv Oilier Illl-Vl mm 111 .i.u, " iiunmu ... Lrw, .... ' ' i. ,, , , season Hitch and prep tho former Van Cortlandt Park boy, who d'!ed ai " I-ob nd CTnr's, Me' ' t1' tt.ii.t-ii ri ruiinto th previous day with his partner had ' and onThureday Inst Charles Hitchcock'. i-iC JUl mere .'.,' tvon the nnulmr nrn(.ului r.,n. 1 Jr.. IntercoMes-tuts i-hnnmlnn In inn". .r cllfKes. uuiuinum iuou , - uu - -. Yi , Y. .v relax- race from Ford- competition, lie was three, etriiko.. he. "'"'.' "'" . ic-t.- , r, c m i: u-, . . . "i. r, ....... .... . . : Ji i nif..i,..u . .,.. i II.,. Ml! taxing a ieau in me iirai . umuj, ms worn newg .a, Ji 160. . ' - .. ..... ,., i,.. ii i ' ; Mch the Hlue and Whlto team Utile Freddie Mcls-od. national onen ,l...K"er ."e laio ;w. wnen i " . . I'tT w ' were "-11 tlllcl at a lalo hour U-t nUhl ,,:f re: nnulshcd. I champion In 190d. tied for third place ' 'i. u w"0,."- 110 ...t0, ,h,, .. "lo, lid not have to "-' "e wrlval this morning of ' nau-h relay betwwn lrlnolon at .152 win, l-at loyle. Clmer IxTrtng, ! 'f,mJU ummeri' ,lt NrMpinttl Pier o n ' tJlonnf;,nted hir " exhibit one an.l two . . V. ...(.k.. mi. f v,v mi tvn. ntih ...a .1 Him for seeral years ho was tho mon-1 quailt uui tonironieu nrr .., ... .... t c -, had It al their on way. tlo for sixth place between l).ne Ogilvio , - o. PemMon ho club In the word of the Judge. It. H. U , .. t-rreuarters of .lap with and Carl Anderron. ho turned In card. he,3 , was ' 1" of Ottawa. Canada, the tlnest lot of , M r- as th. luiehor man. , . of 166. nromlnetn in li.tr..hniin Mif. bulltcrrlers ever assembled In an Amer- a l.ttle fellow rrom ni. jo.ii.b Aer me .tourney was over most of . His victory In the Intercollegiate "-an show ring were entered, llie U.jrt. .. .Iio enat on of tho meet. , the profoss.ona N who took mrt set .ml -i. ....... :.,..r . .m",0"T'If.,r i. .. ,,..!,.. i !. lias , ... J ,n the mhUrt class and for the Morula courses, where they will . O " X " Mltchk wa.'the I a head 'm il i"l r i w rf ec t a could be Itn- Mnnrhostrr White Hose Rig Vimicr Over Kcinurknblc Bull Torrior Kntry. GARDEN READY FOR. ANNUAL DOG SHOW More Than 2,500 Kntrirs Will Itc on lienclics at To day's Opcnintr. X0K0SS PATRICIAX NEXT 11K CAXAPIAX KX1II1UT Manchester White Hose, a newcomer to metropolitan dog thows, defeated the strongest opposition In her breed ever seen In this country when she made u clean sweep at tho eleventh annuil show of the Hullterrler Club of America held In Urand Central l'alace yestcnlay. White llote wus maklnr her first metro politan appoaranco and her second entry In an American show ring. She Is Kverything was huitto ami bustle In Madlsui Square Cnmlen nil ilay yester day and until late tart night, ait van load after vanload of dogs arrived fur the opening of the fortieth nntiu.il beneh show of the Westminster Kennel Club, which opens thl morning at !' o'clock. While metropolitan cntrlii and thev fiom nearby cltle ami towns were Hrrlxlng In nutomoble. thou' of the b'g kenneW from the mUldl" West and . rj1" "i . ' ."I " ' .V.; n ; I Canada were met at the rallrnnd sta l"ur""r.u .,""Y. : V y W motor xa.i. Tbe benches f.n . . ........ r,f Ills verv fnw t.lnv o v 1,1 1,H I.,.. .,,.. .i .1.1 ...... -v.. ,., - -- ... " ."'.. i.. r.V I.."'...' "V.' ""u "uu?" a. stu.lent at Vale, and In the thlrty-slx ami ner uooy in.c .' ". out Ibe stain of defeat b...i,l..,l i hole tlual round, played on May 10. he ' 'h'" 1" ""md. " B9 lu" i ".ro " V' V'.'r " '".r.1 -""n .',,. , .,.,, hp,i,i.i,..,. n . ts of athletic material, lie in the next two or threo weeks. Ncirlv . :0 yard dash, high Jtinip and all of them will Join tho throng of ex r. on t-.e winning relay team. The , pPrts who will play In tho big open sjnir.a:.. S tournanient at llcllealr on March 3 i Ytr I IMh. Cloied Won b A. and i. r Marshall, .econd; U. Adams, ,..., :-S sreomls. .niih cln-d Won by . ford'; j Jty printing In UoJf Illustrated the K. it .kirs,.n. trend; A. Cu.limun. Wlra. ,nlliuu.fc t) llle anmul meeting of the "!r'. '- vTr'n Closed Won bv Living, ".'lilted States olf Aftboclatlon In Chl ,u'r. n ,f.isK . second: Vsughiin. third, jcago last month Max Hehr lias shed I- . inn . ouhiv iikiii un uiu nijcumion mat lei up betiiho. I oe fnnclcM were busy decorating their benches hut evening In the toy annex exhibitors wern esiKclally busy and Hoirai very attni'ctlv.i cagi-.s ' house 'the dlmluiltlVf. Mirletles. Tile tlrst dogs to arrUe were the of settetx nnd pointers, and the other handlers. Hen lowls and son of Iins. downe, l'a. , Atf llelmont, from Wnne. wood, l'a., ami KranU Addynian of Ardsley were on hand early, bringing big strings of dogs. Probably tho most notable arrival was when the teirlers from Mrs. Hoy A. Halney's Conejo Kennels and Oeorge i yuimard s wire b ilred fox terriers dime trom Long Island In big motor vans. The aggregate alue of these dogs was said to be not eis than MlU'OO and the arlous specimens were admired by u big crowd as they were taken from their crates and Iwnched, It Is believed by many exptrts that a terrier and prob ably a wltv haired fox terrier will be declared best dog lu the show and when tho Qulntnrd, Conejo and Vlckery dogn wire benched n throng crowded around the various specimens to compare them and try to pick the one which would be favored by the Judges, The Uoeton terrier section also wns a busy place and when the entries from Mrs. lleorge n. tJrcsscr'i. kennel at Thomson, Conn., which Included the $:, SOU purchase Champion Trlmounl Ho. man and Champion Yankee Spider, the attention for the time was diverted to the little American dog. Although the total of entries this year does not exceed the re.oril of past shows Interest seems to lie greater, and It Is said that the quality of tho dogs to be benched will !e better than ever before. The dour will be opened to the public at 9 o'clock ind Judging will start at 10.30. BALL BOBS OUT AND CORNELL IS VICTOR MRS. WOOD WINNER ON FLORIDA COURTS Plllftlinric Mi snips l.eblgh, PiTTsm no, Kl. I'l The Cnlxerslty of Pittsburg h:W.otb.ill team snowed under the lhlgh tlin here to-night, score 41 to It. The local were determined to . .., nu.i. Minrei won ii ir.iu.i J Jims I'rep, noon. I'-iyni iat VriVMcrVr sprld ull In all U one of tho tho ilrst handler In w.tl, of Pennsj Ivnnia by the moro than com- hest ever s.-en here J he law foil . hllng dug, c in mo oogs winners i m.. ...u .w.... rldgc's nine-year-old Champion Noross Patrician disproved the theory that "they neer come back" by making his first appearance In oer a ear and He lortable margin of 12 up and 11 to play. In later years Hitchcock played most of his golf at Apuwamls and Hlchraoral County. Mrs. A heelet when she was Miss M. v ni, . Mollnx. l'oly I'rep, tnirn; John's l'rrp. lourin. lime. to the adoption of the new ruling In regard to the amateur question which h W'i,1,!,V'"U' it?1?. 'fhl'JLi'S Adams won the women's championship ' featlng an unusual class or nogs, i ne of Hoton twice, In 1902 and 10. and i grand old champion has been or.c oi m was runnerun to Miss Harriot S. Curtis i biggest winning dogs In the annals of In the national championship of 1906 1. 1.. ........ incni ai win iicmirnini a weeK aco. in - niiing. . ..... ... .i... r . i, ,i... ...i. .... L.7 J losslllg II... i "". "" ' ny " border on Sunday comiKdled these fan- ?r ' .' iV '. " "T! ' B" "rk ciers to make an early start and they After Rector's Luckless Try pA-Cliatn)ion of State Defeats, liame Knrts Wltli Dnrtmoutli ( Mrs. II. If. Tliomas in Reatcn, Score 20 to 15). ( Annual Tourney. FOUL SHOTS DKCUU: 1T.MKX ARK IX TRAIX1X0 Pel). :i. Part- Pit.M Hr.xrtr, I'll., i"eb. :l. The an- ltANoVKK, N. It., mouth's last chance of winning a league "iiai tournament for the woman's ten t...i...w.n ... i . i,.. n..'""1 I'luitnplonslilp uf llorlda began to- .....,a.. ha,,,o Ul .i"ir .. . - ,lay w It h 1 he singles. Mrs. Barger Wal board to-day when Cornell, after trail -1 a-li ot Nnw'rt, who won law ear, Ing In the first half, 11 to fi, came fasti was not heie to defend tier title, and and won, 20 to 1?. In the last ten sec- i I he strongest playtr of the fleld ts onds of play Kector's try for a basket ! UST dropped squarely III the net. rolled I ji, n. 'rhmiias to-dny. -0, ti 2, and sround and shot out again, gUIng the j secnie,t In nr.c form, contest to tho visitors. The game clojcd .Th.- feature match was that In which tho homo season for Partmotith. Williams and Stccnml of Dartmouth and Kutterb) of the visitors wero high hcorers with three baskets apiece. Ash mead tosed fix goals from foul, a big factor In Cornell's success, as Slsson nnd Williams of the lireen could .-age only three out of fourteen tries. ILiu of ll..tnllll I1 .....'I. tlx .Ilflf tit, lit.hlidl. ..... in ih. .t'.ti' nil., ,,i.. ,..i i,..'. W .men's s"tl" ,., ,., ...v ' .. I life. .!-. II i.lnli. will be of Interest to many golfers, liven more Interesting perhaps is tho rtason gum by rrtsldent Woodward for declln i tiinlnf Won by P. Terel- r. .' . t.. Si"'. .:. .li.U M.i..: ' IllK to Sllhmll til Iho .leler .le. lli urn. . .mm-ri'ial. tuurth Time, . 4-j j posed amendment extending the right to uii; iu mtj hiiicti ciuus. L'sually President Wood want's ut terances ore frank nnd to the nolnt. but I this time he chose to be a bit mysterious I ! l Daub. N.nlce Won hy I)rer, .-.i IT. p. H. Wetcrs. le W ttt Clin .no y. Ke.ier. Tuwn.end Harris, I. Hosier, llaiomia lllsh. fourth. . . . .... ii . I . . PV,;,l";':nfJnr.M m? iKokI r - -xlal.. his views better than .III any r 1.1 r Kis'h. Muiwwiit, third comment on them. He fald to the dcle- l. W.'i.' I'oly I'tep. fiiurtli. Tlinc, ' gaten : - . .-,..rK , 'There Is one other matter which n V:rVonW f br,,UK,.t tOt?.0U. "ucnt1""; , -i raul, third; w. l.lnyrt. Yonk-1 That is In connection with tho proikiard f. U.Kti, fuartn. Time, : minutes t tec- . amendments that were suggested by the .ni. ... ... . ... , executive committee for your consldera- Vr.p. 5 hrtj ii.iViles! t" o?nw: "?vaT"VT,.i ,0i !; f.ni,lltul!l,n- , k i... r ami J. lKiwi.. y. .avler High. lilch affected the right of the allied a hi.Ii Whe.p.oy. Ksrrell. Curr and clubs to vote. Since that series was pre- s.n, ... l u.y l'rip. third, with .Vende. vt.nted by tho executive committee other l .. :.-ar ana l.ucis. Time. roc- huBKWon8 have reached the executive Y.s- in.- Hisli Jump. Mlditet Won by committee in the nature of proioa!s K e.-.Mur. si John, with 4 feet Intended to broaden and to strengthen ' H-. "ler. r.cy Prep, .evund. with 4 the position of the t'nltwl States Golf : Imhis. C .viilloy. lMly lTep thtrd, .Vj.pociatjo,, tl8 t,o leader in golf in this i ."it'h ,1'eTlnch.,Sa' y P "untry ! with h view If possible of ' arj Hun. Nov l.e Won by s coorumai.ng nr.u nringing vvunin ine s ) .,l in i ii' . i in i 'in . ii. ..iBnii'jii. pi'uie ot me o(ieraiioi (n me i. lined .- ing. s.rond. Hul ock. l'oly I'rep. third. (;of Association all the agencies , )"1 , Ke'Si "-o,,.""- ,0Ur," hat in this country for the promo- V ll-y Itelay Hu e. ln Mile Hnd a tlon of the game of golf. .,'ier Won br Columbia tlrst team, wiih "The questions that arose in con nee - i il.irvitt. D Vollmtr, c. Schlnman and ,0I, w(, details neces.iry'to handle :.. a?n. ..n.rriV nmVS'HrW rplexlng W.Jon. are so many uud so varied that the executive ' . vird Hun. Junior Won by K. 1'erel- commltte feeln that at this time It Is not Morris. 190?, gaining the title on the former occasion nfter mio of tho most remark able matches lu the history of Ameri can golf. The tourney was played at Atlantic City. At the end of the btlpulated thirty-six holes of medal play Ml Adam and Mli Fanny O. Osgood, the defending champion, were tied at 1S9. They played another eighteen hole round to break the tie, and again fin ished un even terms. A second extra round alo was fruitless, so they de cided to play on until one or the other won a hole. On the second hole Miss li.nl their dogs all henchel and shin- shape lato Sunday afternoon. The tlrst dogs to he benched by f in ders In this country was the ;w-i-o Valley Hunt CIub"s bounds, which are owned by Major J. W. Ua.Nworth. Mor I of Mitson and Hastings they were never ovtrtnkon. etun Hell 'mm AlbriBht. Nnw-AnK. 1 eb. 21. The Seton Hall Adanis won. after seventy-four holes. of I "T "P. 1 V McKarland's Olenedyth baskctliall team ilefcateil Albright In St James Hall to-night by a score nf the breed, but yesterday the younger rls Kinney's Klnielnn Kennel entries V.i to IS. Jones of the winning team Cl.amplon Heamoor Titl, owned by T. S. I camo Ui next. Tiny Include some fine, made ten Held goals, and .Median and Hellln of Albany, might have been j old Kngllsh riieepdogs. mastiffs, and Sonurs nli pl.iyid well. The best of placed over him In the opIMon of many ! till" ear a niiniber of tine St. lkr-1 the Albright team was Itrllhart At the rltigsldcrs. Patrician Is Mill a grand nards l'rom Ilarlier. N C . came Hub- i ml of the (list half Scton Hall led, 2! dog, but ago has takc'i Its toll, his bodyicft Atmt-trong with ,i liig string) to 12 line Is gone and be did not move with I the sprltene-s of yuc -Heamoor Teil Is one of the top notch- er. nnd yesterday he was conditioned to 1 the minute. Kvery muscle Mood out a.r.i he showc.i with great vim. lie stood on tho block with every muclo tense and1 fairly begged for the rosette. The Judge t thought that the older dog should win. , however, on Inn h id qualities. An- ' other ibg of great quality wa the run- Mlsh Maty Snyder of PiltsbiirK forced Mrs. J. I,. Ilremsr of Boston to three sets, but lost aftei running the !hlrd to 4 .1 Tho men's tournament heflns Sat. tinla? . Craig I! ddle. Prederlik lYe llnchuyson and 1'red Inman arc hero now. Ih Ing fmc.ied hstd for It by (!e"iKe Agutter of the West Side Tennis Clu. The siimmiirlcA: First HoiinJ-.Mrs. '. t. .l.f.nt.a .(,.. till... paslng and defence work was excellent.1 tici ' Sen v.'k. : -i. Mt. itm- Ilrown shot the only Cornell tally from , 'n .i., N ork. defeateil Mrs. II II tho IhKir In the Ilrst half. Sutterby was, ,,"'. "rK, 1I.. I.-.I..K.!. I,-...... Itii.liiK defeated Miss M.irrarel tlennel Ho.',.ii. il -S. s :, Mrs J. !,. Brever Hci..ii. defeat., I Miss Mary S"nvrter. I' Its. I ,.n.it, t.efl f.,r-r.l ".- " : . ." '. i"e .inner- . -.' r"., ,, i'nri ii,.iri resisvnslble for Cornell's winning goal In the second half. The lineup; ' Cornell. Position. Dartmouth .i.ert ,irari, Ilrown High! f.irwur.l u,t eutteri-v i emre mmih..,i Ashmmd. ,. l(t giiir.l .vinriln Mieltuu. . It 1st In gjara I't..n,ir jiiore I'nrne I. in, IMrtitinutii. I?. ijwi.s from door--MUlerliv f. Hrciwti. s. ,h inen.l. ."hellnii, Mrenrod, 3. WtilUn... Z. Mmrtln sl-snli. tioals from foil AalnilOHd, h out nf 10. flr.iwii. 0 nut of i..ni - out Of ? WilllHIns, (I nut of ' Sill,. fIIui'Ioi. iMrlm'.iith. Mson for IV. -tier, Wllllsm. for Si.son, Ile. ior f .- Meenro.i l.f.ree-t: Thurpe. ttl l.'i Pa.,e Cmplrc --Koch, Yonk-rs. Time ot hnlvrt !0 mln-utei. Juhtn-ou .l.r.Mi.,1 Mrs. i-,. W t irk. 0. s 1 KliHip Defenta Vein f.orhlg. W. J. Knapp. playing from ncratch. ilefiated II. Van ilethig, plus R, stef. day .n the. Muil-tmal round of the Squash Clslli handicap squash tennle t.iurne The matd.1 went to three games before Knu.rp vun at 11 IS, 15 v, r. 10. The winner villi meet O. W Mad In the rinal round. play In all. Only a few days Iwfore her death Mrs. Wheeler was elected a member of the executive committee of the Women's Golf Association of Huston. Imnerator. a Canadian dog of Intense type, with a gnuid head and vvondirful, body. lit the open hitch ias over thirty-tlve pounds a remarkable class of all whit" terriers made clo-e Minjietltlon. Any on" nf six eitr!os In that class was of championship calibre and gwd enough to win in tbe largest shows. The winner of b-st in the show was placed first, with Scott I., l.lbby's Cham- plon Willlston Hose second, i nampion llel- I'hlladelphla's professional golfers have decided to try their skill at soccer ami their alms Hre so high that they are trying to arrange a game with the Heth leheni Held Club, holder of the national championship. At last reports the irolf- ers had not succeeded in getting together Hundng Daylight, owned by T. S a complete eleven, but they had made a , Un. ;md Ko't Orango Kennel's Conden good start. Tliose who agreed to play eer were pl.ice.1 In the order named, were Dave Cuthbert. Huntingdon Valley ; i These leaders mado a hard four to Jack Campbell. Old York Itoad : Jim separate. Kvery' one was of highest Hackney. Aronlmlnk: Wllllo Hackney, i quality and only the hypercritical could Itala; George Sayres. -Merlon: Jimmy find fault with any of them to uny ap Thomson, Philadelphia Country Club ; 1 prciable degree Aleo uunean. 1-nilaMelpniii tricket ciuu. ( i;Verv class was marked bv extreme and Dunonti Cuthls-rt All playv.l soccer . ,,ualltv .uid the .bow Itself was the .i coe, i:.ut iiraiiue. .econ.i. able to make any recommendation to you. ' "'" "s. i"i larot smclalty fixture every held by V."1; -fn.M "tuiV,. - .".enr,,!. The new proposals really Involve th- garne anoui me ame vim. iiej s.ar.eo tn(1 ,tull.rr,.r nub. Sevet -two dogs .'iLJHrX ..niendmemj that we did stgest an... r'T V"'' ' , ""V"1 . -..nmierclal, with feet 10 Inohe.. , therefore. In order that ou may be I'uni.in uu.iuen. i.isi ,ar wiin mi. , ,mheanl of not one of the nominations ip Knglewond. eccond; It. schu- thoroughly advised, and that we may i ountr.v V-'uo at vvaienow n. -v .. was found absent when Hie elates were 1.1 i Itu'b.rford. third. I, Aslilev. JJe h ,., ret ommendatlons to mike to ,t,. tmra. Al. Ilea at feet -- (o 1mV(, mn(t.r nt ie Hlgbt Pound ."hoi. Nnvicf Won dlseunsed at this meeting, but that you l. II Heel, m. Paul, with 45 feet , be willing to refer It luck to us or to ' 'i".--Ji '.":1m.on'L' 1''.' L'f1?'. ;'c' ' permit us to consider It further and re i rt lo fe, t 10 Incne., J. stelnleTg, i ' , , . .. ... iin- a.,t.. 'MM with 45 feet 3 Inches. V, l'"L' '"' , viltli 43 If President wooqwnrn is aoio to pm tb-ouch tho nlan for which his words; by James i.,ai.'.f i, I. unrUn,- blv ailmtnLNtrutlon i: hi. al Culture, fourth, s . r i enlir -Won - Maii'ia; rruinine .v do iu. . , ,,,,,,, ,,, . ' ii .eeond iUier. Hov s inch. '" "i " " .'. I.- iiiiL'tk. JlurrU, (mirth. Time. G. A. history. It loows lis tnougn ne nan - .. , .. .. . l r,i.ti ,t.i....i ..i..i. piajeu Him mc i e-.. i iiii.i.i''i.ui.i . int. failed ill III!' .llli lli:U iwn.ur . ;.i ee,,', mi.. Tim Pimm of the Hairlsburg Country The puppy and American br.l clus-.es brought out several promising Club Is at present playing with Wood- j v , ,' ,,TM ,, ,, . , land In the United lleavuo. K A. Helms Dunblane in o Heather , I- Ull" Ull 11.11 MUL.II1 llllll 1, ...I llli"' If arranged tho game will take place nfter Hethlehem closes its American league season. The Middle Atlantic Golf Association, which at prenent Includes In Its mem- ershlp clubs In the District of Columbia. I' ' mind some n an ... enlist tbe sectional ' L"""1 rtu,. "r '"Y .?L 1LunI? ! I" I-1 He'sv. Junior-Won bv Coti VViclatlons under the r. S. G. A. stand- I "eiaware. .viar.v aim unn iirsm a, may .- . ui". 11 1 vis, Hal. la, eeplowlti and ',F " " . u", ,,.",, ' , ,h " admit snie of the clubs about Phlladel i .ii u Witt Ollnton. .ecnn.1. with ard. Instead of etandlng in the semi- h, Tll m!,tt,r broichcd In- l'b.in. Infel.l an.l Harris, Il.s ndependent H-ltlon tney now occup. v M1,1U. ti me airo I iv the Phlladel- " m.' r,V.,il.WIS!ill!veJ;VurVoIur,Vh Th', accomplishment ot such an object "hlm has been I'- ,'e' t .'V.i Cecumu ' would do away with such d K-u'slons Jun(l( u)lMu:1, ,h(. ,n.,or 1IW. dl8. ue One mile HrUi Won by I h a .nee Eddy Itlcharilson vi . ei:e City nf New York 'M I' sher Mnonnn. Vrleuss ur.d T'lr.e. 3 nilnutes 3 seconds. f l. T'-.tmd Mint. Senior Won by iv vf'.int. with IT fe.l si e..enlj v.vcl.itlon. are tak ng part .il ..irtiliei, ..i.irri. limn, rr.-'....i J 111. tl i .'. 2. lnehe. Hehlmnf. I'f.ly hp t'.'.l wl'h 11 feet 1 Inches, 1'. De 1 I' st Paul's, third, with 3 feet & '.ir Ilieh Jump. N'ovli e Wo'i by V. . I", nt with 6 feet 4 Ineiii'.; A. ' - - 1" u.hlng, .econd, with 3 feet 3 iohr,.,.n llthleal culture, third, !' f j Inihi-s; Kelley, l'oly I'rep. j..- i .i, (.ri 1 i; llich Jump Senior- s'. it with I fet ' m- V ..nk. rs Ilich. second .. i ... i, n.-urge Hughes, flushing, kl ' 'ii fen 3 Inches; , vviikwlre. '.. -Ih wPh " f.et I III. II. I'UlNT M'OHIlrl. !"r I .-xi. Trnnhv- Mnrrls. :5 fe . 17. M,iv'. suit. Il; Plushlng, J"" . . I' -v Mati'ial Training I I If!- II .Del 3 which now are going on bnut tho Del Mjnto special train, a discussion that Is not helping the game and in which three associations, the U. H. G. A., the Western Crolf Association and tne caii- fchould develop Into a real star He has everything now, and with ng. to de. vclop him and till him t.ui u bit he will trouble the licit, It II llll.ntt, the Judge, did good work. Though m places the ringside Judges did nut agree with lit m. bis work n. a whnlo wa.. isimpiet.il- , able and his only iteclslnn to which ex ception 'iiul.l be Liken was making Ilea in"or T'il teserve to Patrbiaii Tne iiward: Puppies, p.ig. - first, i- V lle'in . I .j . blare White lllalher, .eeond. I'. Helm's' Hunlilnne His, I .More. IhlM, S'orn.s Kn nels' Norosi Hesolute Novice llots Kirs. No'os. Kerne's' Nnros. Itesnlute, s.cnli.t. 1 It ll-rrlli ill's ."'mnlrreh rhln Chin, third. Port urange K. nne.s' Con riranire Urine.. , Amerlean Hreil Hogs Vlrst C A Helm's Dunblane White Hiuther se. nml, .von I. ' l.ltih-s Willlston Hlnomsiniry thlr.t. ' Noro.s Kennels' .Voro.s He.nlute l.lmlt lo. anil lllti'hei- nut eveeiiinc .".J pounds lirsi. P H Hi rrhn.in Namlrreh Chin fliln sennil, V( I'uniir.i: ham's Anna Ax Me. third. T t Muith in.1 H is. c.irpnler' (ill) buret Mi.rr' l.lmlt !ois over 30 puuii.l. -liri. P It. Herrlniaii's Namlrreh Kan, seioal W p l.tie.ey". ,-i.in.liil Itlllits! ir. third, M'Ott U I.lhhy'e Wllll.ioii lllo.iiii.liur) . 1 open Hoi;, ami lilt. 'ties, ,ner ti and' lint evoee.Hng pnur.ds- lirsi, Mrs. li. , t.. HeMi.iMs's Mlketn. Open Hobs, not evceeiilnc 3". poutitls lir.t, P II llerrlman . Namlrreh I'hln, ... . . . . . . . .t. ..... . I'hln. ... ..in!. T II .smith l.lnl It I! I'.ir ' Philadelphia, which hitherto nan laniwncn ms entrj- ici me , ,, r,o s-. n.V,,tVr's hiir.t S..n. third. W i; nroes i tin.iueror , mer 3 , p. Minns- nrst. .irn-9 sylvanla, lllgslns of Holy Cross College, Kennels' riiamplini ""r" I'-iirl. bin I cussed at tbe annual meeting of the Middle Atlantic Association, which is to bo held at the New Wlllard in Wash ington on March 2. The annual championship tournament nf the Southern California Women's Golf Association will be plaveq Marcn l.i-l Ma nehr In tho leading edltotlal of the March Issue or ffoi iuirnrrii nn the links of the .viuiwicit i ouiitry comes out st'iiiigly against the new t-ii, near Iss Angeles. The present V. S. G. A. ruling on the amateur ques- .holder of the title Is Mrs. Henry Van tlon and warmly defends Francis Oulmet iijke. PHILADELPHIA PLANNING FINE BIG INDOOR TRACK I. It; VHnhlng, Philadelphia, which hltlierto lias i ,u. mhc., mr . nu. i r i i ' , I p-nter's C.Oh ni:.. f,, Hriant.1 .,' facilities of anv of the big herd ay. Other entries uro Halpln and ..,,, ,,r . Nori lining. .; Hoy ' ' . lm,)0r garnet., ie, plan-! Caldwell uf lUiston, Meredith of Petin- uP-n Hogs, m Hiitberf..rd, i-.cltlea for 'bo wmu mi r - this I svlvanla. lllgslns of Holy Cross College. Kennels' .'ban .'. Hayonne. 1, nlng to nrcaa iniu . .. Troph ft .lonn-s. :i; hratifh of tracK ann iici.i risT. I'aui. s, racKsru in- , niiinkinal auditorium '.e. ciniiinei"i. At Pif sent Philadelphia does not is-sses-s .i..i,. r.,,.i indoor running track. Tlioe ut the armories are small and! splke-1 shoes ,-iro not jiernmie.. ailcr V Peekuklll M. A. jr- nd Hrrwiklya ITtp, 3 KICCGER ENTERS FOR TITLE. tnstrliin i liiiiiiplnn t Conipete In x"..miiI V inn leu r IS. a Toarney. n of .Julius Kllnger, amateur ..f Austria, for tho national 1'Ihsk , is 2 balkllno tourna s r.eelvid esterday by tho offl 1 N A. A. H. P. H was the i an who has enrolled for tho " - p competition, wh'ch will be- M'. day night at the, Arlon So ir , Mooro of Princeton uud Kiloatlor of the Jr''?11'!',,,!., ,, t.-..l.1,.u Tli .l..l ..ilri' foe Hi., f-i, .i.e.. . . '."'. ii.teiti. , M ,v,... r,,., ,.. ..... ... numbers more than 100 individuals. Tho only marathon race scheduled if tho fur New York this sear will bo held Xn.Bothn.uRh the Quaker City will under the auspices of tho Pennant A. C. be In ii position to conduct tho biggest this afternoon, starting at 1 :S0. Among Ofl in U pisnii ... . ... ... I,,'.I,A .,,,..1 .n,n nen. rnnneru -ji-lwi l.a.-rt .h intercnl ire aio aim -fi. u . i , door events, . It la hoped to have the new municipal auditorium so constructed that It wl be possilblo to luy a good slied track on which the men can uso sjdked shoos and which will have seating aocommo. datlons for from 10,000 to 15.000 ipec tutors. With nuch accoinmodatloio. Philadelphia sliouiu uc aum i i. Crlrhrnte Birthday y !!odlnr ltK Competition. PlNlilt'RST, N. C! Pob. St. Tho Tin Whistles had a Hag contest to-dny to .-nlnlir.t t.i ll.elr twelfth .'iniileeeu.irv. a'ton met last nlgllt, ri- ',...,.,., i1i1v,r meet of the llitercol-, ,....,1. .a.iver added his bandtean to I -' tit names and officially.,' ...... . ..,.,in. nt Amateur Athletiti i.. ,,ii uhen be hart urni n.e ' . . , i ..... i .1.. ti..i s.':itiir.l!lv In '.. i ..t..nA.l 1.1 n..r- n'l..... .. ... ' e , iher six am IMward W. Gard- lnjnor meets more successfully and r. iinand Poggetiburg. Mnrrls, , Mler conditions than uny other . . h.rles lleddou. IMgar T. j JJity fn Anioriea. i lYands S Appleby. .s ,,H the proper conditions ure ' I' ve cotimiltten of the Na- .. . ,.,.,.n ,ii,in will be made for , i,.,, ,,., ... ' a,'rill ru ,''., innual liil"r meet oi me mie . ..i sent In their entries are Frank Zuna Hugh Honolulu, Harry Parkinson, Hilly Ho. tt, Harry Ne. H. Schuster. A. Mon teverde and Hubert Kelly. Fifty run ners will face the slarter. TIN WHISTLES 12 YEARS OLD. ei, 'ties linsed. Tll matter ..lie lip llllll two men well! l. '.t.ard llowlsnn of Toronto . lav.r nf I'lilladelphla, who .in", in, ship last year and I i rofeiMonal A choice, will d lo-diy or in-tii'irroiv wa sei us iho date for clot- . - i'. ihe national pm Kot .i rni'it. which will begin ' ' .. the New York AtMletlc IKAi'H CROSS KNOCKED OUT. i"'l..i I Innrs llliii itriM-nrilly llc- "ie l.ml ( nines In I'lftli. ' mi Ohio. Fell. '2 1 . MHIiurn li.iliili.'ipolls knocked nut t .New v.nrk In the fifth " " i -i ghi Th" first and second prettv even. In the third I lea on the jaw, strelch ' ' i. h Ho look the count than got going again 'wo once, nioro for tlm n ne ilm loiirlh he was a i e unlliil thiough the e iidh opniiHl Mnylor put " - i. rlKlit to the chin. Cross ' i took the, count, and was nomeiit later. Ho was sitting ' "ii Hit door when tho referee of America, hold the pim siiiuronj m Htrokes he placed nis nag, Tnero were .March, and now' going to a two classes ror priies presented by n. anniiiilW becaiiH" no other city can offer n, itackhani and T. H. Hoyd, and fifty Urn proper accnniiuodalluiis. That would i x playera returned cants. In Class A, bring to tlm city also tho annual con-1 ft, Hunt, Worcester, plnvlng -with an i.... ,.t it... I C. A. A. A. A., which I alliiwanco of thirteen strokes, was Ilrst. has been meeting hi New Yoik almost I P hail six sttokes left after ho had from time Immemorial. There will ho a new middle, distance .unner In tho Meld to-night to compete with tho old favorites In the Suburban Quarter, which will be tho feature of Ihe Knights of Ht. Antony lames to be held In the Vorty-ventli Rectment Armory, He la Dlnga Diimond, the University of Chloafo aprtnter, who holed nut on tho eighteenth hole, and finished with a drive on the twentieth. In Class 11, J. D. C, Humsey (19), Itrooklyn. was only three Inches ahead C. C. Humsej had six ulrokes left ufter eigh teen holes, which enabled hlra to hole out on the nineteenth, while Johnson's, rlvo strokes got blin within three Inches of tho cup. Competitors In tho annual City Hall '... ' . I .. ..!! lli. Wulkers ::,,b'5A,nei cu are Wr to meet wlihof M. . Johrieon (20). Cleveland, rough golns In fho Jaunt which sLarte -tt - o'clock this afternoon from the City Hall in Majihattan. There, are 100 onttios. mora than had been ie relveil In any previous year, but III spite of fho fact Unit Uddle Iteiu nnd Dick Henier will start from scratch It Is not likely that the record ror the event will be beaten under tho exist ing conditions. The route lies over the south driveway of Hrooklyn Bridge, up Washuigti'ii nd Fulton etreeis. through Flatbush avenue to Prospect Park West, to the cyclo path, then down the cycle path to tlm finUh at Surf avenue. BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT. Military A. C Kid Taylor vo Young l.'mho a bad beating through ten roundF. Vandcrbllt A. C I-eo Johnson out. pointed Charley Smith. Hroadway K. C. Krankln Mahon won from IMdle Htccher by a slight margin, Harlem S. C. Young Itrown put pointed Youinr Frank. Olympic A. C. Tommy Touhey out pointed Tommy Hom k. Haekler OatpUr Irvine. TmiTTown, N. V., Feb, 21, The Haekler School five defeated Irrtns to day as to Mi Tarland s Cl'-neilyih 1 Inineratnr Winners Docs Tlrst Champion Noross . I'atrK'Uti, nmrve, liiampluii llcanu.or Ted. ' Junior Does and Hitches, over 1 mouths i and not 1 s months uM first, C. A. Helm's Dunblane White Ilenther. second. I c A. Itelni's Dunbliine stu'llr, third, , Nori.ss Kennels' Norms Itesnlute . felling Dors ami Hitches Class Tlrst, I Kugen Cornell's I.lenroc Princes.; .eennrt, ' Notoes Kennels' Nornss Did Titshloned , third, P. J. Casey's AnimMer. lireen Dogs and Hitch- Tlrst. i' V 1 Helm's Dunblane While Heather second, r A. Helm's Dunblane Ulniialr. third. Ni.ro. Kennels' Noross He. mute Yearling Dogs lover 1-' nionlhs and under t yrirsl lir.t, c. A. Helm s i Noross Dunblane second. Corporation I Kennels' Corporation rniitisel llreders' Dogs slid Hitches- Tlrst, Norosa Kennels' Champion Noross 1'itrlilan; sec ..na I' A. Helm's Duiil.iaiia VV hlle lleuther: ' third, Noru.s Kennel.' Nuri.es Morning Km'plro Htate Doss and Hitches TH.a !npen tn dnfs owned In New Yrk St He ..nl..irtrMi. Nnro.s Kennel.' I'liatiililon Noross Patrlclant seci.nd, T S. IMllu'e. I lialliplon lieamoor leu uur.i, .-.nrii.s Kenn.ls' Noross Morning Hadlml Mnmbers' Dots (open to member Hull terrier Club only) lir.t. Nnro.s Kennel." Champion Noross Patrician, .econd, T. H Hellln s Champion lleimoor Ted; third, C, A. Helm's Dunblane White Heather Puppies, Hitches First, T D. smith and H (I, Carpenter's The Outcast, second, C. A. Helm's Dunblsiie liuiulr; third, ficott I. I.llibv's Willl.ton Pallida. Novice llltrhe--nrst, T D. rimlth nd It, tl. Ciini"r's The Outcast: second, C A Helm's Duuhliine Sinclair, third. Nornea Kennels' Noross Vanltle, American Hre. I HIU ties Hrl, T Munro Dibhln's Nelly H Il.l second. M Cunning ham's Anna nrartfonl, third, Scott I,. Uliby's Willlston June Umlt Hllche. Over !! I'nim.ls Klrt, T. I. f-mlth and It. tl Carpenter's Man chester White ItosBj second, Tort Orange Kennel.' Condenser; third, M, Cunning ham's Anna Hradforil. ripen Hllche., Not Kxcee-llng ,15 rounds lint, Noross Kennels' Norosa Morning (ilory; lecnad, M Cunnlnghsm's Anna Ax Me. third, W, K. Cable ,lr.' .Nor.ws Um Open Hitches. Over ii'i li .iin.1i. First, T D. fvinltb and II. tl. Carpenter's Manchester White Hose, second, Scott L, l.lbby's Champion Willlston Ho. third, T fi Hel lln's Chsinplon Hurrdng D light, Winners' Bitch Flr.l. Manchester Whtta ilose, second, Champion Willlston Hose. Members' UHches Hitches owned by members ot Hull Ttrrler Cub First, T, t. llellln's Champion Hurning fiavllfht; '.econd, T. Munrn Dobbin's Nellie II. 11,; third, Noross Kennel.' Champion Noroai Itadlant. Urece Cla Firm, Serosa Kennels' Chniaplon Norosa Patrician and Noross Ita4lnti econd, T. K. Uellln'a Champions Iltammr Ted end Burning Daylight. Temi Clete Wen by Norosa Kennels, fleet Dog or SMch fa Show Mtuicbtiler wane iioe. w n RECOGNITION DAY Washington's birthday FEBRUARY 22- 15)16 THIS i4PPRPRIrE D&X 15 SELECTED BT THE DECRT CHDILLflC M0(70R CR CNPMNY tor SPECIAL NNVL EXHIBIUPN inRLCGNION or the Cdillc CONrRlBVriON TO THE INDVSTUX" IN BRINGING FORrH Vttl HI GH-SPEED.H1GH -EFF1CIEN Ct, V-ZrPE ENGINE. "a H 1 5rRT NUKING CAR rHisEXHIBjTPN 0Ta4LL?loDt:L5 atovk 3f?LESR00nS PRESENTS N EXCEEDINGLY 5MSNflBlX 0PPRrVNirr tor the reception op prospective tfltrons. Ihe convenience of thedtesvggests its pl fitting time to MWINV THt EXHlBinN MND SLCVRL Ff1V0RBLE DELIVERIES DErRir CiflDlLWC NUR CflRCWWt: Mi