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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1916.
Woman Tennis Champion Is Doable Winner Crescents Improve Hockey Standing Baker io Be Regular Soon CRESCENTS WIN THEIR FINAL GAME They Defeat Hockey Club Seven nt St. Nicholas . Rink by 4 to 2. TIKI) FOR THIRD PLACE ritih. won. jjom. 1-1-. Ft Nicholas A C... ni.'nri a . . Ilirrvrd Club, melon 4 on scent A. 0 Botkry Club 1S7 .714 .100 .too .000 MISS BJURSTEDT VICTOR IN SINGLES AND DOUBLES Norwegian Girl Disposes of Miss Winn in Straight Sets, and With Mrs. Schmitz as Partner Defeats Mrs. Pouch and Miss Handy. Ploy win brought down to the final , going: right ahead until alio, had run her round In the doubles nntl to the rami "trta up to eight Mralght games, final In th. .n.i. ., I. . At thin atagc, .Misa Vanderhocf looked . - v. invincible, arid Mm. Helmut I nopoien. YANKEE TEAMS IN PITCHERS' BATTLE The Crescent Athletic Club finished Amateur Hockey League Mason last t.:cht Jt the St. Nicholas Rink with a to I victory over the tall end Hockey nub f'ven, The victory of the (Half Mee-ners put them In a tie for third .;,vo Kith the Harvard Club of Hoston ,! of these teanu having plit even tn fumet won and lost for the reason. The Hockey Club kept Ha Mate of de- fcits clean, finishing Its chcdule In lost t'.trf, with eight consecutive losses. Or.ly on' game Is now left to complete t!i league pcuon. and this will bo r'.acd to-morrow night between tho St. .Nicholas S. C, leaders of the league, and ire Huston A. A. team, which Is right cr. the heel of the St. Nicks. At one Ma go of tho giime last night it looked If the forlorn Hockey Club Oiycru were uboiit to awaken from their irtturgy long enough to win a. game. They outplayed the Crescents all tfiruuch the tlrst half, and that the Brp"'Kln platers held them even ut 1 all was due only to tho wonderful work of their goal tender. Smart. Hmart hHd the purk shot at him Ii t.mrs and turned It away 21. Lewis, the Mocker Club cage truardlan, turned the pack away 7 time out of 8 shots. The ni that passed him wan one of the (ick'est sien on the local rink In manv i dvv. White shot from mldrink and tie puck tailing blg-h In tho air dropped n en lewis's shoulder. The rubber vnccl tvilco and then slid Into the race. Tne Horkey Club was first to score. In e second half too. Macdonnell dropped -f. n on a long side shot early In the , -nnd half anil his team held the I 1 letd until 14 minutes and 48 seconds of e wound half had In-en plaed. Jlrit.rnan raged one then In a pass 'em Alan Smith, tying1 the score, and i wmle of minutes later Heffcman re- grtird flic compliment bp passing one to the Miur, Smith allowlne; tho latter to re Jleffernan finished tho scoring for the night by putting one In the case !l by himself In less than a minute i'tep Smith had scored. In the second atf Lewis stopped thirteen and allowed hr to jiasK him, while Smart stopped enty-tu and let ono through. The rsup. Ilni-Vev Ciuh. Positions. Cretcent A. C. i. .. HbaI Smart TK'rtfUf ... . Point White T urf .. Coverpolnl ,. '....Brown. Mn t'.innell. . .. Ilover McCarthy ' P. smith ... rentre Ileffernan n-ionn . lesft wing Klenimer K-.fe. Itlght wing A. Smith ire -Crescent A C. 4. Hockey Club. :. ,tu ant period llrltton. Hockey, alone, .It While, Crescent, alone. 11:1., an .4 nerlod MaeDonnell. Hookey Club, tini, 7;0, Ileffernan. Crescent, on pass from Ileffernan. 17:00. Ilefternan. ".f.nt. alone. 17:47. Penalties, first r.rlnd C I). Pntltn. Itocaey i iuo, s . ... i.lnnlnr. Second period C. D. . - iiii.v ciuh. - minutes for trip- '. t. pufihi' rresrent. 2 mlnutef for fiM nir Klenimer. Cretcent. : minutes li- t mshlns. Heferee B. Oaron. Hockey C ' A t.littant referee Clyl Martin, i-t. v, fc.v i"" (Wiiil umnlrca V. (. k'.jjr't Ami Tom Howard. Jr., Hockey r A Timer W. .1. Croker. Wanderers. ln I- timer William Itosch. Wanderer. T'jit (,f perloie ; minuiee. EQUALS COURSE RECORD. McDonald. Buffalo Pro, Dora Well at .tarkaonrllte. Hc-KtONvau:, Tla.. JIareh J. About iluifii of the leading professionals of rV country practised at the Florida Country Club to-day for thi open tour evwiieh wlllbe played to-morrow and Saturdav. thirty-six holes each day. Hob A Isiuld of Buffalo, who tied with (ill holU for the Metropolitan open tlthj t summer, but lost on the playoff, rq'jallt-1 the course record this afternoon shin he went out In 37 and came home in 33 for a 7f. An org those who were here to-day and 1 play in the tourney arc Tom McNa i'idM, M. .1 Hrady, Tom Kerrigan, I'at rvI, Carl Anderson, Kiiwsrd Loos and Jack Hutchinson. MaoDonald Kmlth, the lie!. air winner, and .lames Harnew will inch, htm tills evening and will be smoni; the starters to-morrow. tournament for women yesterday at the Heights Casino, Brooklyn, and with the exception of Miss Alberta Weber and Mrs. Spencer V. Weaver, the same play ers are still In the running In each divi sion. Mrs. Frederick Srhmltz and Miss Motla Itjurstedt as a team nre In the lower half of tho final in doubles and as Individuals are In opposite sections of the semi-finals In singles. Miss Flor ence rtallln Is teamed In the doubles with Mrs. Weaver and Is left In the singles to oppose Miss lljurstcdt. Miss Alberta Weber Is the other seml-finaltst In singles, having gained her place on a default by Mrs. David C. Mills. MIkh Itjurstedt. the national champion, and Miss Dallln reached the scml-llnal round in the upper half by winning their matches In straight sets. The cham pion disposed of Miss Caromu, Winn, a Chicago girl, nt C 4, fi 3, while Miss Ilallln downed Miss Margaret Taylor, at 7 S, 6 1. Mrs. Sclunltz won In three sets, fraught with reversals, from Miss Marion Vanderhocf, at 0 0. C 4, 60. There was plenty of good tennis In all of the singles matches, but tho very uncertainty of the Mrs. Srhmltz-MIss Vanderhocf affair made it stand In a class by Itself. In the doubles Miss Itjurstedt and Mrs. Schmitz defeated the Mrs. W. H. Pouch-Miss Kdltli Handy team In the senil-flnal at C 3, t 3, and will meet Misa Ilallln nnd Mrs. Weaver In the final at 3 o'clock this afternoon, the latter pair having beaten Miss Ina A. Kissel and Miss Helen Alex ander, at 6 I, 10 8. Miss Winn played about the best ten- iM Tui or. nls against Miss DJiirstedt that has been played against the Norwegian In Hie tourney, but it was not goo,i mnugn to win. Ah a mAtter of fact she seemed to be playing about as well as tho cham pion, and In spots a great deal better. There was something lacking, however. and whether It was that Uttlo bit ot stage fright which attacks tho oppo nent of a champion. Is a matter of little moment. Whutcver it was that was lacking was sufficient to lose thu match for her. Miss Winn's drives certainly had as much pace in them. If not ipilte so much top as Miss Iljursteilt m; ner service was better than the Norwegian girl's and there was little to choose be tween the girls In generalship. The one fault that stood out in Miss Wlnn-s play. and It cost her many a point, was a ten dency to overhlt the ball on her fore hand drives. The Chicago girl had tho right Idea. She played the ball deep wllh plenty of pace and kept shifting the attack from side to side so that tho Norwegian could not statul In mldcourt and defend without effort, as she has In so many of her matches. Miss Itjurstedt did not like the fast drives at all and was aced a number of times on passing strokes. If Miss Winn had been able to keep her drives within bounds, thcrn Is no telling what might have happened nnd to win Miss lljurstcdt certainly would have had to play remarkable tennis. Those who saw Mrs. Schmitz and MIsm Vanderhoef play their mutch were rewarded with plenty of variety. Mis Vanderhoef started like a whirlwind, anil before Mrs. Schmitz could get going, took three love games, two of them on her opponent' ervlce. Only three more games were needed to tltusn tne Bet, as Miss Vanderhocf tooK tliem all. mtk Schmitz made only eleven points In the opening let, and Miss Vanderhocf kept However, Miss Vanderhoef scored only one ace In the next two games, when Mrs. Schmitz found her stroke, and the acoro of the second set was tied. Miss Vanderhocf came right back and won the next brace of games, making the set fccore 4 2 In her favor, and appeared to bo on the high road to victory, Sho faltered, however, and that was her finish. Mrs. Schmitz ran out the set on four straight game.s ami continued until she had taken the third aet at love and with It the match. Mrs. Schmltz's run of trnsttalght games was all the more remarkable because the last seven all went o deuce. The best of the doubles matches was that In which Mrs. Weaver and Mia Ilallln downed Miss Kissel and Miss Alexander. The latter pair oould not get going together at all In the tlrst set and won only two games. In the second set. however. Miss Kissel nnd Miss Alexander played well together and got away to a lead of 5 lo a. The other team caught and passed them at fi ., but Miss Kissel mid Miss Alexander fought hard, keeping the game even up to eight all, when Miss llallln'H work at the net helped her team pull out the set and the match. Miss lljurstcdt and Mrs. Schmitz won pructlcally aa they pleased from Mrs. Pouch and Miss Handy. The sum maries : Women's Invitation Indoor Singles, Thlnl Itnunil Mls linrence Ilallln de feated MIms Marffaret Tailor. 7 i. 4 I: Ml.. Mntla lljur.leilt defeated Ml. a Carom. Winn. I. J: Mrs. Vrederlck Schtnltt defrated MUs Marlon Vanderhoef. 0 4, s4, ft, M.s Alberta Weber won from Mrs. David C. Mills by default. The point scorrs: Miss Itellln vs. Mia Tlor. KtltST SET. Mi.. Ratlin i mu;:i:; u- Mln Tlor 4 S S 0 3 ! 4 4 4 ) iii- SECOND HKT. Miss Ratlin. I ! I .U I 4 : 1 : 4 : 3 i o i15i Miss HJurstedt v.. Miss Winn. rutPT .i:t Ml.s Hlurstedt..: 7 4 1 3 4 4 ! S 34 Mlsa Winn.. . I 4 : : S t 4 : 4 3314 PKCONll M7T ML. niurstedt...3 4141314 4 Malinger Donovan Keeps His Men Hnstllnff In Fnst Ten Inning Onme. BAKER .TARS SORE FINGER GIANTS IN BATTING BEE FOR CHARITY They round Ball All Over Lot in Nine Inning Game at Martin. TWO HOMERS BY KELLY BOY SWIMMERS QUALIFY. Hir Hare I'nst anil Plajasr Far In i . c . V. Tank. 'r. f nullifying heats of the 220 yard in and plunge for distance for the I' S A l ihdinploiihhlps which will bo itruM to-nlBht at the C. N. Y, were fin oil jcMerduy. Four 'nullified In r.'h cunt, Townnend Harris bring rep rinted by three, Ue Witt Clinton and S'iiut.mt two tach and Krasmus Hall 'it Ju'lKinc from the time made nnd dig- n e row red records are likely to fall lon t-hi t(CO (jiebel of Stuyvcsant, the c " p:on and record holder of the ' 'e for distance, failed to enter the v r. is j.rari e preferred paying attention to the 22(1 yard event, for v ' U (lualltltd In easy fashion. The u.ir.tH I'ltULlMlNAllli:. -1 va-d sm, First Heat Won by . .-iiuvvesaiit; 11. uriinina. nl llarri., neconU, Tlmn. 3 mluutea HI sucomi heat Won oy w, " Da Will Clinton. A. 1)0 Kronlo, J''is i Minltij-, second. Time. 3 mlnutea J mi'l. Third heat Won by 1a Jhrrnjri Toiviisend Harris; L. Polk, De 1 ' tntun, second. Time, 1 mlnutea i . ,rn, rourlh heat Won uy A. Vl.rni.in 'Irmnwnd Harris: If. Drourr. '. irrimr c, second, Time, t minutes IS S-S srd tialm. Hembflnals (first and " 'Mi'l to iilfy for llnalsl, First Heat .1 i'J W. nSulllvan. Clinton: Lchrman, ..rid Harris, .econd. Time. 3 minutes I I a . oud.. Second heat Won by t.eo 'litif!, Muyw.ant: a,. Fherman, Townatnd ll.rrl. ttruinl, Tims, 3 minutes (0 1-3 C!ini , 1'iunit. (or Distance (iiallfylnf mark li iifti-Tho.e who qiialllled were Paul fjl'kel, bmyveaant; l'aut Ilorgan. Kraaimus I" Ixmli Timor, Townsend Harrla; Lliar tv ijieenman. Ds Wilt Ollaton. Mlsa Winn 4 I 0 a 3 4 4 1 1173 Mrs. Ss-hmlti vs. Miss Vsndrrhoef lilt.sT .-iKT. Mrs. Sehmltt 0 0 0 3 3 11 Mlrs vanderhoef. 4 14 3 4 S 3 SKCONU iKT Mrs. Srhmitr. 7 3 I 1 : I 4 I & 34 Mls Vanderhocf.. 3 0 1 I I 1 1 0 334 THIHK ft:T. Mrs Sehmltt UK! 34 i Ml. . V unilerhnef. ... 3 3 3 4 t 4 Women's Invitation Indoor IMublee, !ec. ond Round Mrs. William II Houch and Miss Kdlth Handy deestcd Miss Caroma Winn ami Mrs Percy Wllboiirn. I 6. i I S.ml.tlnal Hound -Ml.. V'lnr.nr. Ilallln end Mrs Hpeticer Tiillrrton Weaver de- reuleil Ml. s lii,i A. Kleel and Miss Helen Alexander. -:. to . MUs Molla Hlur stedt ond Mrs. Frederick fchmlts defeated Mix K.llth Handy and Mrs William 11. I'ou.'h, s 3, s 3. The jtoint scorrs; Miss Ballln anil Mr.. Weaver vs. Miss KIimH and MIm Alevander. FIIWT SKT. Miss Ilallln and Mrs Weaver' 3 4 3 3 1 4 1 4 : Miss Kissel and Ml Alexander: 4 3 3 4 I 3 I 1 14 3 .-i:coNi m:t Miss Rallln and Mrs. Viewer: .'. 1 l?::404443ll&3l 4 37 to Mlva Kl..e Htni Ml.. Atrxander: aijiiiiifii:toiai: I o s Ml.a lljur.leilt and Mrs. Hehmltt vs. Mr. Touch and Vliaa Handy. first m:t Ml.s HJurstedt and Mrs. frhmlts: 4 4I4I333 1314 Mrs. Pouch and Ml.s Handy: 03113434 1 10 3 sncoND si:t. Ml.s r.jurnledt and Mrs. Hrhmlt:: 13 f 13414 410? Mr. Pouch nnd Mle. Handy: 1 4 3 3 4 3 4 1 3333 Macov. n., March . The plot tftlck ened with the Tankees to-day, and In a ten Inning game. In which teim A beat team II 3 to 5 the.ro was life, hustling and variety In the efforts to send runs around. The best afternoon but one since tho arrival hero helped put enthusiasm Into the warriors and was good for the espousal of shifting and Involved tac tics in plajlng the game. In fhort It was a real gamo rather than a practice affair. John Franklin Raker didn't play. His convalescing fingers are not that far on tho road to recovery. Neverthelens, ho was In the outtleld all afternoon stinging the offerings of various volun teer pitchers. In butting practice this morning Haker Jarred his worst hurt linger, the third it is, and as he puts It, "I've been afraid to look at it for fear 1 hurt It again. I haven't taken the bandage off to see. It wasn't hurt much. I can tell that, but feels as If tho scab may have been loosened." Two weeks Is tho time ltaker figures he will be kept out of thu game, but In the meantime he Is getting everything but fielding practice. This morning's Injury Isn't of enough consequence, he thinks, to retard his recovery. The game this afternoon was a pitchers' strife for the greater part, but with both teams billing better to ward the end and showing more en terprlse. All the way there wan a lot of base, running. Manager tmnovan had tils plavrrs on the Jump In this rfspivt throughout. It was extremely dllllcult to get runs around nnd Ihei efforts to do hi often were feeble, but there was no want of trying. There was base running, sacrificing the bunt ing waei clevirl done and the hit and run. tint for tho most part the Uitters couldn't make enough headway against the pitching to give the attacit th'- fin ishing tourlirs. Team It opemsl with tno hits off lllod gett, then didn't make another hit until the seventh Innlnir, by which time Hoes, another left bander, was opposing them. They couldn't do aftythlnic with Shocket's Milthallcr. A beautiful throw to thr plate by Poo Cook doubled up Gllhooley In the tlrst Inning, but In the second I'lpp caught on" of Love's curves and spilled It far down over the left field fence fur a large and healthy home run. That's all the hitting of consequence the regulars did off either Iajm- or Hrady Ijvc caught two men napping at Hrst. showing that in the useful art of watch ing the bases he is progressing. It wasn't until Hose adortiesl the mound that the second team was alile tn score ltoss In the eighth lsuril ln passes, Willi two out, ami llendrjx, who made two singles f"r the s's-uiid team, batted in a filly with a single. In the ninth the second team tij the lead oil a single by llarti'il, a steal bv PERIN RETURNS GOOD CARD. ELLIS HAS CHANCE TO LEAD. Onr fapialn of St. McUs Only Point neblnd Phllllpa. Hit llussell Kills of the St. Nlckf. liave a chance In the St. Nick-Bos-'"'l A A game to-morrow night to be fO'tie iim leading Individual scorer In Amateur llmitey League for 1016. 'ii" utile ,i(ider of the li.eiiiiplolii has ''irci fourteen goals so far and Is only behind Phillips of the Harvard Club. hii topi the player III tho league. Kills " at home In the St. Nicholas Itllik, nrr the final arame will be Played, and tltt experts look to i him cat at least ' tosli, I He Make a 7B In Third Itnand for Iselln Trophlra. AtKE.v. S. S March . Oliver Perln played very fine golf In the third round of tho annual handicap match play for men at the Palmetto Golf Club to day for the C. Oliver Iselln trophies. He returned a earn or a. j. v.urumi Douglas also was on his game. He went out In 3.1 and was one below 4h up to the fifteenth coming back, when the match waa over. If he had tlnished the match h would have nan a goon chance to do a 70 In three 4s for the remaining holos, an easy feat tor him from the, golf he ha been playing here slnoe his arrival from Florida. Tho summaries : Scond Hound F. Amory. Jr (ill d. featsd J. n. Davis (ti, 3 and t; letnr Sorchan (Si defeated It. II, Robert. on (fit. 5 and 4: I'rescott Metcalf It. I. defeated I M. llacnn (II, and 3: Frederic S, Allen (Ik) 'defeated 11. S. Habcook (si, r, and 4. J. I". Hyers 121 defeated It. Hunter Inlue 31, I tip twenty-seven hulesi. Marshall Field Id (S) defeated Henry Mnrfran (si, 1 and d: William K. Vanderbllt ( de feated Hrneet A. Thomson (scratch I, 3 up. oaklelgh Thorns. (14 defeated Oeorge 1). Wlilsner (10). and . Third Itound-J. Philip Henkard (101 defeated Irwin Huase.ll Klrkwood (14). S and l: F. O. Beach (13) defeated Harry W. Iji Monlagne (II). and 4: J fiordon Douglas (scratch). def'M'd J. T. Talmadge (11)7 1 up: Henry Flellman (13) defeated flsrrlik Mallrry (13), I and 7: M. (i. Haughton () defeated Joslah f. Thaw (l. 3 up. Henry W. De Forrest (10) defeated John Mage. (IS). 3 up: M. V lyclloge (II) defeated W. De lauicey Kountse !' L.. i T i . niii.ee Perln (r its 31 defeated Dr. Joseph Collins (71. S and 4 Fourth Hound Amory defeated Sorchan, ..-.i I, vt.tesir defeated Allen, 3 and I. Ilyers defeated Field. 1 l J twenty-four holes): Vanderbllt defeated Thorn, 3 and Reach defeated Henkard, 3 and 3; Douzlas defeated Flellman. and 6: llaiichton defeated U Forrest. ; up. mnn Psrln defeated Kellogg, t and 4, FAVORITES LOSE AT BELLEAIR. Mlaa Edwards Defeats Mrs. Jim aon In Hecond Hound by I I p. llsi.i.AiR. Ha., March . Tho sec ond day's play In the Hellealr woman's championship eliminated several of the first days favorite. ir. "iw Munson of Morion, who electrified the women golfers at Hellealr by entering the lists at ih" last moment and win ning the medal In the nuallfylng round, lost to Miss Marjorle Kdwards of Mid lothian to-day with a score of 1 up, Mrs. W. P. Thorndyke of Sioux City, winner of Ihe second prize in me wom en's annual February toiirnamenl at Hellealr, l still playing line golf. To day the defeated Mrs. J. C. Pllworth of Allegheny I up. The other two strong players in the first sixteen were Mrs. .1, A. Moore of Sleepy Hollow, who de feated Mrs. Frank CI. Jones of Mem phis I "p. and Mrs. Thomas F. role of rmlutti, who lieat Mrs. T. MoK. Cook of Allegheny 7 and 6, The score of lite Kecond sixteen waa as follows: Mrs .1. T Milliard, Jacksonville, de feated Mrs. A. II. Cummer of Maytleld. 3 Lild 3 Mrs. C. V. Illch. Hleapv Hollow, dafeated Mrs. F. 15. Hogers of Florida. 1 Virii Miss Lulu U. Jones. Memphis, defeated Misa M. !. Northampton. 4 and 31 Mrs. l. Whitman. Myopia, defeated lira K. I. Leeptr. Zanesvlllt, I aa 4, CARTER NOT SO GOOD AT NETS, (ifitf ( hamplon la Defeated by Matlhryas at I'lnehurat. liSElll'RST, N. C. March ?. J, P. Matthe.vsz. Toronto, won the I'lnehurat tenuis championship to-day by defeating P. V. (!, i.'iirtcr. the Junior metropolitan golf champion, in Until, ! 7, 6 3, 3 , 61. Miss F.iy Nell of Columbus, uhlo. will meet Mis- Ollvu Flynt, Munson, Mass., In the t) mi I for the women s champion ship to-morrow. Two matches in the mixed doubles placd to-day bring" them down lo the seml.llu.il round. Women's Slnai; Flrt Hound Miss Fay Nell, Columbus, Ohio, beat Ml.s l'rlscllla Heall, t'nlnntann, n - 3, Send final- .Ml.s Ollva Fli nt. Munson Mas., beat Mls ltulli s'teplienson, Norili Fork. S i,-S: viln ,ve n t.eat Mrs. 11 Hmdrbks. lir.l Iteglm-nt Tennis Club, ,' ;(. ii 3, Men's Slnzle. SemLtlnal -I' V, C. Car ter. .S'a.faii, beat H Hendrlck.. llrue num. s (i, r,o ; .1. I'. MHlthevi, Toronto, heat J. F, Abbott, Columbia ". c 46, , J, Final Mattheyas t.eat Carter, 7, 3, 3 h, 1. Mixed Doubles; First Round M. D. Crary, Warren, I'a., and Miss Harber. New York, beat Mr. and Mrs. H. Hendricks, lln.lon, 3. S 3, I'. V, it. Carter, Nassau, and Miss Kllnor (lute., Nar.au, beat Wal ter (loldsteln, Toronfo, and Mtaa Cora l)an forth. North Fork, 0, 63. MAiatN, Tex.. March 9. The C.lauls fold their practice wares tills afternoon when they played a benefit game for the Marlln Chapter of the Daughters of the, Confederacy, who took chnrge of the , gates at Kmereon rare; ana impuseu a small lax on those who went out to see the tlrst nine linilns game of the local season. It was a real benefit game, as all the receipts from a crowd of 200 were turned over to the women. Tho Giants benefited from the pastime, which was stagod under Ideal weather conditions. Manager McGraw divided his siiuad Into tho two trams which will operate In Dallas and Waco next Saturday ntul Sunday, und provided each with three pitchers, who worked three Innings apiece. Hitting, base running and lidd ing wire artistically inspiayeu mm me score, II to II, provided all porta of thrills. . , , I'mrilre llomis Ijlert Introduced the contenders as the "Hcadys" and the "liver Iteadys," hut a spectator troni New York, Impressed with the horizontal stripes in the new travelling uniforms which tile athletes wore. Insisted that they be called the D.iunemoraN and Of sluing. Ills motion was carried by a press box vote. The Dannemoras. cap tained by I-irry Ixiyle, were the win tiers. Arthur Fletcher led the Osslnlngs. Doyle's warriors punished Fred Ander son for the winning lime In the fourth, tlf tli and sixth innings, but Hie Ossln Ings made it close by pounding Kramer all over the lot In the. last three frames, Flvn home rims were spilled all leglti matn hits. The. outfield at Kmerson Park is taj spacious ami tho ground baked so hard that any ball hit between or over outfielders was good for the circuit. George Kelly carried olT the Individual slugalng honors with two home runs. He hit one lo the right Held wall ant tne other down neross the utinls court in deep left Held Ills tlrst drive re sulted in Ihe tlrst scoic of the came, and his second, delivered with two out In the tlfth Inning, st.irlid a rallv that resulted in four runs. Other leading hitters were labile liar-rl-'on, wllh a home run. a doublo and a single. Kia'her. witli three slnirles. and Hralnard with two singles and .1 double. Jim Thorpe made the longest home run on a drive I" cntic. Kelly further distinguished himself bv a startling catch In tho ninth In ning when tho 'Minings threatened to tie. tile, score. Ferdle Schupp and F.inlllo Pahiirro. the noted left banders, pitched the tlrst three Innings, during which Hiete was no scoring Anderson, making Ills tlrst appearance In a practice aamr, lacked control, and after hitting Kodrigurz on ton "f Hie lu ad be lie-Hal, d about rut ting loose and w i batted hard Harvard Is After Brlcklcy as Coach OO&TON, Mass., March 0 Harvard in making an effort to induce Charles K. Brlckley, football captain and peer less drop kicker, to assist in coaching next fall. If Percy Haughton docs not have active charge of the coaching, and it is expected that he will act only in an advisory capacity, Leo Lcary or Reggie Brown is to be in di rect charge. Brickley is pledged to return to coach Johns Hopkins if Harvard does not call on him, but it i.t understood that he is willing to give all his time to Har vard if the terms are right. WILLOUGHBY AND BANKARD IN FINAL They Ilpfcal Opponents ill Florida State Golf Cham-pionship. EXTRA HOLE CONTESTS INCORPORATE GOLF CLUB FOR $1,000,000 Will Try to Make Courses at MtisMiperjitn Like Thosp at lMiiehnrst. U.S. G.A.WILL DROP ITS HANDICAP LIST! lie Pai.m Heacii, Fla., March 9. Hugh J, 1 Wlllnughhy of Wynwood won hi way Into the IIikiI of the Florida Stale chain, plonshlp golf tourney to-day by defeat ing H. K. He nil of the Town and Count ty .on Hie nineteenth hole., lo which hole In; has been forced for a derision in every ono of his matches in the inescnt tournament. In the championship round to-morrow he will meet F. II. llankard. Jr., of Mid lothian. Ilankaid in to-day's sriul-flnals defeated Reginald Lewis of Wykagyl I 3 aavl maintaining the splendid ttanie be has been playing Here. Ltotli wete out in 33 and had the match siillarred nt the turn anil when llankard had won on the Islxtcntli he had two fonts for ,i i',!. (in the first bye hole he pulled Ills drive nut of bounds, inking a ! and maie a midal score of 70 for the eighteen holes. On the Inward journey lels lost the first two holes In r and I each, but won tho thlnl In 3 airl 1. He pulled his drlv'Q on tho next and was stymied by n I tree, then overappruached atul lost. The next two holis wep- Halved In I. Lewis was on the list hole In 4 also, but over I' l Id 1 V t nVlil' TV ' Hankard ran down a putt from tlirm frrt M i.m irv i , , it r.; c . i rijorf tll0 Krccn for H . ,,. m.lU)l, !' There were nineteen hole contests alo In the consolation of the tlrst flight, wh're D. C. Murray of YHhnuii'lasIs de- , ,.- ,,.-:, v,r. ,i ...''!' HcnJ.-.min-rtosi.ntha of Ibivlsloe. decided that th ouale and here ratine of the p1uers to the associations to which they belong. Thr following letter has ls.cn sent by Secretary Howard F. Whitney lo all hmw.1,'1 ,1 Inti. t "The I'll ted Stales ;.) f Association "'inuy, , iij. . mn.i-n ''","'.. . , , , . , . ., i.il.,, Mvl .-econd .Sxeen--A 11 Car,. rine nio liei'iui'l IO .iu.ll'1'Mi ii. .,.. I IVallel. defeated I, U Vint e. RiHl.ln.1 ... U.l .. . I r. .4. n ,, .1.. Thafft 4. ItAU'.lTr , , It'll. t. I. .'..1. a" neces.itv ,f llmrtlnc; the number w ho ilenry l.ippnt. ,nm, I- J. may .nter the natiunil umateur tourna-. .... . I.ea.1 Hnluer. l-lv- inent. It would lie a tiliysl.al tnus'ssi- Aniioniifes natiiip,' Will Left to the Various Associations. "re-iflcr It will leave the ''i1 'Re of the I'.wkawav Hunt Club de. Jf .l'oasatlo L ,tJ A. II. Pochl.i of Mmlhahda. Th. summarj' ' first siiirin-i: II llj-ikirO ,lr. Midlothian. defeated RscttinM l.e.. I., Wvh.nl. ,1-t Hush .1 wntnuchhv. ,lr VVynvl-ond, defeated II h llenil Town and h'tlty to accoininiidati every pla rr who ; Nkvv hki.vsuick, .N. .1, .Man Ii ;i -. mleht enter If there wrre t,o limitations. ! John N. Mttpeiiti of Ww-irk h is ht-n Al.tiANT, March !. The Massapiua. (loir and Country Club of Long IsUnd was Incorporated to-day with a realty uipltallzallon of $l,00t',00u. The In corporators are Hubert P. lllackmgn, New York; V, Douglass Walker, llrook lyn, and Samuel Nechl, Metiiche.n, N. J. llic Mass.ipciiua (!of Club Is the re sult of Ih expl iratlons of William C Freeman, member of D.vker Meadow and Lnglewnod, In his search for grounds corresponding In Ptlichiirst courses In North Carolina and ho thinks he lias the nearest thing lo It In the metropolitan district The property, which may be reached in an hour's rldo from New York i lly, consist.' of two tracts of land, onr of .t."i7 acres and the other of 205. Tliey are dlviibd by tli Long Island lt.illro.nl lr icks, It Is the ti lentliiti to develop thd large parcel of land first, making three eighteen hole courses. There also will be ample room for the erection of a club Ihium', ti-uiilN ntul .ipiash courts, putting grru..s, automobile spaeu and a gar.lgi. A new lallroad station Is to bo erected espeilally for the convenience of. the golfers and will be within two minutes walk of Ihe clubhouse. The site selocted Is especially adapted fur Its purposes. It 1- a rolling I'liiiHrj, shaded mid well irovldeil with water Tim toll glvfs promise of ipnck dcvi-lnpiur til. The ele valluli Is lilgli anil s'linew h.it out of the mus'iulio .oik Ailjultii- K the property Is I". acres of i lly prnp-rty which also will be purchased should tho present plans go tliroush. S00S SCORES QUICK FALL Downs Hires In t'ortv-flve Secoads on .(.. A . Mat. , Four tioutj. wrre contested ynterday in tin- tlrst round nf the wrestling tourna- e,ruted irt,t at th. College of thr City of New- York. In the I3n pound division Albert Sow. '17, scored (lie iiilcket fall, down log his opponent, Klees. a freshman. In I. seronils The fiiiunarii s Kxp. rlenced I. is proved that not more ' i' '"-'i -.in.. u- iniisre,.-. i uimki- than about 1 7a .'oiite-tanls can play a hasketball t.-am for n. t vr..r Ills championship eighteen I,.,!.. course slur-, ) 'Tk 1 i.'' f; 'V' '' ",T, f''"1"" U.ill VI I III). . .. , make H list of from Sen t 41U players, which will .-oiistltub- the eligibility list - of tilt, I'utted Males tlolf Association "In order that vi.- ma sis'iire the best ailvlro upon the subject aril have Ihe list as ari'ur.ile its nis-lble the various as sisiatlons In the country will b asked to furnish .i list of the h" t players anions their numbers, 'these n.tmcs should he listed as far as i-js.-11'le in the order of their pla,)lug ubllitf. Tlie association handicap of each plater listed should also appear opposite ills name In order further to jsslt the committee. "The various as.-i- lations of the conn trv art ieipirst.il in fiirni.-h this Infor- rrltt , in itioii rat H'r dan 'lie didlvtiliial chili., reiriin tliat I lie .isso-'tauoii nan- i;(i Poind " -Kblui 'a. threw K.ipli. in. hi 1 m ante i,n enb nini, '17. Hire !, e .ti at Iti, in mtintes 31 l I' l. In I". .- -in I- lilr III. I'ei ll'-lir l(,ll 17. tlirew- Klee.. ui.k i earned Ii hi. ...... .i.t .s', imnii .ni u.,w ii, hiU'iitit for Ml ilin.it: il ; dlf.ip list, genera!!: provide a nmr", Hill Itlttn went io the inouiiil (ur , toiiiiirih.-nlve basis of i omparlson , the ll.slMlm III the viitli and the1 "tlll t"U please, therefore, at tOllr Oedeon. who ran for him. and a ,wo punishment h took In that Inning set- I carlltst pus-lble coi'V. tile tie-.- furnish tn- t .d the k-ame Four li t.- and t irre er- 1 : "' ."" ' ror- save the w ntiers ni runs In that fraini- The i isslnlmfr lien . h ittacked Kratm r In the ebth llteviti h-vttir-facil him and elglti hit- prolilccil seven runs. In thl- rotind Wemlell made a home riir with the basis full. The (slning- lacked onlv four tuns tn lie when tlarrl-on becaii the ninth with another home run. Hunter made aliolhir hit, hut Kelly killed a long drive b Hralnard and saved his people. The batting otder.i: ' don't understand n, ' he naid, "but I can hardly ever act a pint of oil into my new Httpmobilc. It burn so little oil that it gets my goat." And yet, friends and felloir citi zens, the Hupmnbile is the most thoroughly'and efficiently lubricated mechanism I ever had to do uith. bagger by Alexander Tin' regulars r piled with a tallt. Mkis.1I drew a pass, Gllhooley. who Is bitting the be-t of the whole parly singled Mage sacrificed, and when ile(e,,n let a throw by the catcher to get Malsel napping roll away from him Malsel scoied Team II wasted a tine chance for runs In the tenth. High walked with none out and Cisik bust.il a hot one to right. I'mplre Poiiovan. however, called iiibp out for being nit py a nam-u inn Hendryx singled, but Miigee s pert-ct throw- to second collared him Irtlng t" stretch tli hit A muff bt llendrts In i ntrc. Aragon's sare bunt anil miiiiiih II v to Cook brought In the winning run. The acore by Innings: Team H I M I I -: ' 0 Team V lltMHtl l-i - 3 llatterle. le.ie. Ilradi. ciil'op. Nana maker and Alesander Illodeett. shoiker, lines. Vance, Walters snd Smith. The local V. M. C A. has extended tho use of Its gymnasium and swimming pool to the New York platers NO D FOR HOCKEY CAPTAIN. Dartmouth lleprlvea M archie of Letter for Breaking; Training. Hanovkr. N, P.. March 9. Walter C. Slsson. '17. of Potsdam. N. V., was elected captain of the Partniouth basket ball team for next year at a meeting nf the letur nun to-duy. Slsson played on his freshman ti am and played at guard last year. This tfar I'" w'"1 shifted to right forward on account of his shooting ability, and when Karl Williams slumped Slsson becamn a consistent goal shunter. Slsson i." a member of the l'hl Gamma Delia fraternity and the Sphinx Senior Society. Cant Murchlc. 'IH. of the Dartmouth hockey team was nut awarded hi- letter this year. He broke the training rules previous lo the liust game, which finally was cancelled Genu. 'I, the star rover, and Holdeti, 'IS. goal tender, also lost their letters. The following men re ceived their letters! Holmes, '16; Gale, 17 ; Iloycroft, '17 ; Tyler, "17, and Morse, '18, R. O. Tyler of Fxeter, N. II. , wan elected enptain of next year's team. HANLEY IN FOURTH ROUND, liannemnras--i 'nle, I t Tho-rw. r. f, Kelly. I f.. l,le. M.. Ilmlrlgller, Ih . Marlln. s. . sviiejuu r, .11,. Ko,-t,,-r, c, Hi'hiiiip. p. l'errl'i, p. Kramer. i. n-.PiliiEs -ll'irn.. I f. .Uin'iinp. i. f. Parrel', c f llarrl..ui, r. f . Merkle, n,,; I'letcher. s. Ilunter, e. , tl.alnir.l. al,., llaMni." -m, Jli VVendi.l. .. Palno-rn, p ,n.1cr..in p , Itltli r, p The .cor. : It H V llannemora. , Ml i 1 I : , li -II I, lalion in the nriier i.Klr nbillty fie bail- of match plat, givlne also Hie h iiidlcnp alliAied lu in b' four associa tion'.' It will not be disirable to include in thu list any plat '-re whose handicap) .weeds '. JUAREZ RACING RESULTS. Kir-' r.ar- .-.'.Ins ilire-yertr cd. and up .een Inr.otitft In. I li.-. in. S'-lia me-hiirn i . v t I 'ii 7 and out lull. Ml Kdl'h 1" 'llll''lle.l. 4 Irt 1 tn r, and ' l'1. sei'iimt liitntel II, n, l Vtnri.i. 7 te 1. :l ' d I In Ih'rd Tlm l.-'l '-''' Nsvemii:, Kleclriiw iti S-i'.lailii IJlieeil HndlieiliCi and Palurlle Artli I- il- ran . ii, I Itan- :i iC frt.ir-teir.n'd. ind Up, til' fll-.HII.-e I'l.i.ete H . ' illlfe--in tn l. !' I '"1 '" ' "O Iievle, 101 (Hil.k'e-i I.. a 1 In I and : to 1 ricni.l. i" iiifn.nl i -1 .-'. 11.' .I'auleyi. s tn I. ': I" 1 lild even lir.ru lime, I .nil . Tlner lll'l llndde-- Mn'aee, V'nenian The Car of Real Economy S' is-elnlnge . to( I I I ; 1-11 17 f, Pralri-. Tempi Human Ada and i Md truss To hu.e hit.-- llarrl.on. imtle, Hums, also rin Hralnard, Three ha.e hit -J.ic.ib.on. Hams runs .Kelly 3, Wendell, Thorpe, Harrison. Vmplrc Iiihrt, Five Veteran llnrk nt Hushivlrl,. Forty candidates, Including five v.t erans and four acoiid string turn of last f cur's team, uiiswered the titet call for prartln! for the school nine at Kuehwlck, John C Green nf the faculty will again I : m 0. se. nnd. Hi w I coach the learn. Hf the veterans t "' i port their were John Ackerman. catclur, Marty Schaffer, shortelop, Louis Hnahe, outfielder i louls .Strauss, second h.me, and William Heyersdnrfrr, outfielder. haVana racing results. Thlnl ltd' - l.HiC . hrrr-ri:H U furlon . t Jl.ie"n. Ur ill. hlli -lnc. t' I- 3 1,1 J M'1 "Ut.iui. Olrculit, 10 ( fSeutryt, 3 t't 1. rvn anl out, tvi, llony s'U 13 Molmwrtrih. tn .;. nut ami nut. .MM Ttm . 1 t3 iUe .m Jeiuil tnll 1' ran V'mirtli ll.tf- IUn. thr -i.r-Mh -inrl up. riu fufnnn Vlrrrf. ll ill Mill 1hk, 3 t t -t-n ,til 1 t" - won t'liirlfj tfi anti 2 ' ' third Tim, rhyiiir ,ntintv. ist.M'11, l ran- INCREASES MEMBERSHIP. HavTorth f'nnnlry f'loh Also llaa Imprnvrd Its Golf Cnnrir, The llawortli Country Club has de cided to Increase Its membershiti limit from 225 to 300. Improvements and re arrangements were made In the golf couTse lust year, the playing distance being Increased some 300 turds tn 6,200 yards. At the clo.e of last season the course, both as to the fairway and putting greens, was in very fine condition. A well known authoilty said the fourth hole was one of the best in the metro politan district. It culls for a nuishle up a hill to thn putting green, which Ik on a level clo.e lo the brow and protected In from by an unusually distressing bunker find sandpit, while behind tho green thrte Is only t short slretch which can easily be overrun, out of bounds. A hook takes one over the fence and a slice Into ihe rough, The eighteenth is about 00 tarda, an Inter esting stretch of brooks, meadow, roud and hill. The course will open April 1, weather conditions permitting. cutler Wind Up With Victory. Culler School wound up It basketball season yesterday, defeating the five of Herkclfy School at the Twelfth Itegl men! Armory by a scorn of 36 to I, Il wii,H Hie second defeat of the year for HerUelcy, Culler triumphing In tho first game, 43 to 3, Kenneth McAleenan shot the lone foul which accounted for Berke ley's one point. Green and Brown ex celled for Cutler, scoring II points be- twceti tlirm. Purine the season Cutler won eight of It twelve faniei Wine Two Matches In York A, f. Squash Tourney. Mtra f-ets were many yesterday In the continuance of thn handicap ("lass it Hiptarh tournament at the New York Athletic Club. .1. J. Hnnley. scratch man, had his hands full In wlnulg his two matches. In the second round he defeated Pr. K. A. Lund, also scratch, at lf 12, 811. LI 13. Ho again en countered dlfllculty In the third round In which he conquered J F. Connors, scratch. 14 IS, II ID, 1513, The Mimtnarles : Second round J .1, llanlev. airatch, defeated Dr. S. A, I.und. scratch, 15 It, -15, 15131 A. C .-ee.lCi K, plus 2 aces, defeated A A Itanne), scratch, 1 4 7, 14 17, 15 S; Si. Ilsll. scratch, defeated .1. Neeman, plus 3 ace.. 15 -to, 10 15, 15 13; A. K, Hiiinly. scrati li. defeated U. K. Hlrd, scratch. Ul. 16 . Third round A. C Seedeck. ulua 3 aces. defcHtod h. Hall, scratch, 154. 15 n; ,, K. Handy, scratch, defeated .1, Marrhmnnt, scratch, 1711. 15 ; .1, J. Ilanley, scratch, defeated .1 F. Cnnnnrs, scratch, 1415. 1510, 1513. Knurtb round diaries Ward, nlus 3 aces, defeated T, HiirnrliK, scratch, 1714, 1512. Tn P.nforrr llnat-lmll Ilole, The National Haseball Commission has decided tn enforce rigidly Cluuse of tho uniform major league player' contract, wincn reads as follows: "The player will not, either during the playing season, or liefore the com mencemenl or lifter the close thereof, participate In any exhibition base-hull games, Indoor baseball, basketball or football, unless ihe written consent of Die club has first been glien lo hlni The commission holds lliat as the club presidents of both leagues al their rt- rnt meetings voteu unanimously mr tne abolition of barnstorming, permission to engage In such tames cannot he granted by clubs white the legislation referred to remaini in enter. lo 1, won; Sal Vanity, Hj uiurtner), i in 5, 4 tn ft and ; to ,., second. Ilnrel, 10V (Cimntllvl, SS tn I, ii in 3 and 3 to r, third lime, I-.I9. Tom Hancock, Tiger Jim, Massenet, laister star, runt and ,-lr Ullcnliach nls" run. TO-DAY'S HAVANA ENTRIES. V'lrt Racc-SeUlor: nur-e, tivj three, year olds and upward: sis Inrlnnes: Danclnir War tw-raleihumplan . 1"" s,itllsh Knishl toi An'herv Ill t'nily l4 liatbu.li Ill Wnnlnirtnn - I'm second llHcc-srHini:; pur.e, (. Hire-jear. old. and upward: Hie and a half furlnns.: fhtira tn: Ada Anne . m Konie l"T'P.irlnr nor 11.1 t.aiira in i us'i . iiv Third llai-e Mlllnj. imr.c IsD, Ihree.jcar ni l.; lite and a half liirlmnt. Kdnh Paiiniann v Ssnirlilnj n.i t'tfmi H'J Stunner tot "(ireeilnri . . . iniinrun mrd Mcila lOJIfloh Hlossom Fimrtli Usee -fell in.", purse, is.i; three sear olds and upward, tlie anl a hall lur- f.'nu1ax. ftVSnrdello . . . 1 1.1 Lord Well. . I'W Huliar 113 Thrill s'iraei ip Miisaiiti . tM Wolfs Huh. n Keather llu.ler If Troullci i Mi4 lirmis l? Mildy Allen n,, Vlllli ftaiv .sellnii' tuir.e is.i, In r-c y ar iilil. and upwiril. one mir Orana'lo '' .labol , ,. . Ifr) Haby Wirier . 11 M.illli m Almxila Lawrence In; Carlton li 11: Havrtial inuC'api Rlholl t Apprtntlea allowance claimed. i re It and Vlud 1 .us" run Fifth Ita. - Selilni.' three. leir-otd. and up. ...nn fiirtunzs- vil. FUt I"" iiv. iientr) I In I. v tn ' and 7 tn 10, won. i"iri. It.) ularneri. I ti. 1 ' m 5 and 3 tn 5. second, Airline, in; i Hunker). 50 to 1 V tn 1 and t" 1 third 1 line. 1 : Thilla, 1l,ic I'nlni. li ulierlne ii. l.milr l,-s Cognets, 'I'eeln, slietti , Id, Tammle die. man. Mranui' i.lr' .m l J" Tar i'.n r.n sixth llace - r'i line. f,i ,r eir n'.l , snd up .mo nil"' and an -tghih .vie lie I'nl, Id-, iPiiuI'Vi. 4 to 1. . t and even, won in i v in i and inn. sifnnd llartiar-i MS c Honker), ! In 1. J t,l .', .ind I tn z. third Time, 1:51 Canleni. Ninnle Mcln-e ltey and l,me, s'tar a so ran I'lrt Ita. e .Selling purse 1100. jii.iiJen twn.earnl,ls. fmir fiirm,Ks--l.iiel!,. p 107 (t.'iillliell) I. I In 1 In 5 find 1 ,, won. Ai.r.. 103 i VVnl.lenhiilin , ? in I 2 tn 1 and 4 In ' second I'n.ii.inn 1 1 ' I OrMcillallun lis iliuiee. irrnv ori. , hi i" i tn i nn nut. thn. Time, .',5 .. ('it lor i, Hr.iy und inr Miala alen mti r-eennd lluie siiitnc: purso lion, three. ) ear.olds and upward, slv furlnni;. Hint noik. v: tiiartner . t tn l. s to ft and i to 5, won; Kllterpr, lot rllerinl.onl, 7 to 'i. I tn 2 nnd nut, ecerind, lisleswlmhe. '.is ( Weatherh) I, I In I, I tn i und 4 In 5. third. Time. 1:20, Hustle Mall, I'nrd Mai. Pr. IL L. Miaxenzer and Min-uilde al.n ran. Third llace se n: nurse noo. three- year-olds and upward: su fiirlont.-. -llelle of the Kitchen. 91 (llarrlnptnn), to even end I to 2, won; Hall Hind 'ji (liartneri, : to t, even and 1 tn eeennd. I'rlnre chap, 113 iDennl.on), s in I 3 tn 1 and tn 5. thirl Time. I ll Ami ment. Peg, latdy lunktn and Crlcn ut.n run Fourth Hare Selling; nurse lins ihree. year.nlds and iiiwnrd'. fllv furlnnas - Clur-il-.l, 10K (Whymarki. .' tn I, : in I -md evn, won, Yellow Hii,., 110 fC,mnil!). 7 In 1 5 to 1 and eien, mud. Tener. 110 (Wnlslenhnlml, 12 In 1. 4 tn 1 and 2 tn 1, third Time, 1-20 1-5 Calethilill ptsn, Hruwii Prince. Dakota nnd Hen l.'ti ca iilso run Flflh llace Selling, vurse IOO, three j-iar nlds and upward , lv fiirlonc" Mike Cohen, M (Crulee). io m i, to t and TO-DAY'S JUAREZ ENTRIES. First llace lur.e, lwn-tr.tr eld maidens; four furloiws ,la.v Thuninni .... inj'Vlasuetina 110 Satisfied .. 110 Tuy lit. Kilty Cheatham lie .VI ill 115 Milbrey llO'Ptep Again. . . II' fierond llac Selhni , Ihree year-olds und upward: hie and a hall turlnnta; llamnne.t I.i llelle llrncade Flo.sie F Tler Kill Jack Harrison, . I'riunu Lclinre . Una. "'.I'AIr Line til Ye.trr.iin IH Kthel Wpks .... ',0.1'Ad i lu.1 C W Kennnn in.', Own Ureal Friar let II it Mastrrsnu in; Third Itaee -helhn.; lliree jesr old; and a half furnns: Tiustnisiler '1 Knight of Pvthias Mlillllis MaJlle . '.H (Ikliihnni.l Uals-.. liu r errnua I'll Yuba 10.', Ilirs.ic .. . 0" Vi.led Hlght" . IHiZenuIlk . . 0l three year olds in . tut . llll lin . I in H2 . II. Ave Thr mnrk vf .upcrior taotor enr service, iIMPLICITY of construction is an im portant point when iwljustments and rcpitira nre needed and adjustments and repairs will event uully be. needed on whatever car you buy. Tim four-i't limb r inolor pn-en'- no dlfiicnltlee io the ,-iver.u'e nitvhanlc Hirelu m-s a saving of lime and tin mis li.i.-ulllii' is a big Hem m the dibit column of your aulomobil,' Invi-tineiit iiic Series "V Hup mntillr .iirrace- f-om Hi lo Is milts In tho gallon of k'a.ollut' iitiii t't'un- arc from c.ir In -.rvlco and not from te.t- Tint arc rvtraordlnary for a car of llupmnlnln ljr Thes am but bare outl'tu and statements nf what Hie lliipmohllr can do but " am hero to back thrill up to the Hun Chas. E. Riess & Co., Inc. Itcsi Htnadnai, at Md M. 1'hnn Circle lel'l III. I'MOHILF. COMPANY OF NLW YORK Wtiolrsale Warrliouie, t.rtt Hroadwsy I iie-pawnacr Tourlni Car or Two-passener llosd. er, siu-.-i. re,n.pa.senKiT louring: i.ar ITU'rs r ti. ii. iietrol'. 31'.".' Hupmobile lulrl, I'rlt't IVIOMA. and Oklahoma lnth llarhirila Hoile Nnhle Cirand . Kir.in ... , Col Itamlrll .... Fourth Usee Sellin; upward, our tulle. lirturil IVkell. . 'mi, union rtilell I". Vny Purl. '"' Coiinaiuhl . . lie Ksmout 10 Fifth llace Sellmt: fnur-iear-oldi Slid up w.inl: us furlnnts. a; .vtiss Kdltli . o:, ion llnnine's Hack lo; 1 ao.Marshall Tllslinian in: 102 llaoti- 107 m: Vvn Horn in- IK'McAlan I'l-i io: M.nidadrro 100 101 -mli Ilae- selluij. luiir-vrar olds and tin ward: live and a half lurlone.- Dixie Nina f2 " A Jones os IniiUv Dai n inj Ki, Nelsun . I"' Old Coin ml Finnlfin . . to'i i,u la-sbia insvtaiU It Knhinli. I'i'i toi I'arnndnlrt 1"; Midler l.a.lv James.. Vlanc Cohlll Wild Irish liilherl Iln.e Ml.s Fielder .. I.adi Young . Fraiii'cs Tuwrr Apprentice allnwati'-e claimed DEWUK WHITE LAIIL i-H WHITE LABEL Tmi Icotcn of Om-tAoi The Eveming Sun Leads AH Other Evening Newspapers in Display Automobile Advedtisimg Durinn the month of February The Evening Sun carried 11,963 LINES OF DISPLAY AUTOMOBILE ADVERTISING a gain of 2.384 lines over the corresponding month of last year. All the other evening newspapers except one lost ground. Here are the figures that show the automobile advertis ing carried by each evening newspaper in February and the big lead The Evening Sun established over the field: THE EVENING SUN . . . Mail Journal . . Globe Post Telegram . . 1 1,963 lines. 9,174 44 8,610 44 7,425 44 7,036 44 2,020 44 Sun? lead 2,789 lines. 44 44 3,353 44 44 44 4,538 44 44 44 4,927 44 44 44 9,943 44 In the morning held The Sun. with d gain of 2,870 lines, finished a f.ood third or only a stride behind the newspaper in second place. The foiegoing is the answer to the question uppermost in the automobile dealer's mind: "How can I beM reach the right people?" Automobile advertisers select the MorniiiK und Evening Sun be cau.e these newspapers are read by the people who buy automobiles. 1 1