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Three Experts Declare Champion Willard Is. in Good Condition Kauff in Camp and Goes Right to Work 10 BENJAMIN KAUFF IS MODEST AT MARLIN He's Goinr to Show Colli) ami the (Hunts How to Use Bats. PLAY GAME IN A (i ALE MAftUN, Tex.. March 14. John B. 1 Fonter, secretary of the Olnnts, arrived here early this inornliiK convoying Benjamin Kauff anl bearing titteH of ail. venture on the long trip from New Vorlt. John anil Benny, It seem, mlneed every train connection between Atlanta und Marlln and thr.c. delay made tliem u day late reaching camp. Kauff lost no time getting down to bu.ilncsii. He ar rived befote dayllKht, but Instead of catching up on his deep he ate an early breakfast, hunted up a uniform and ome bats and wax out fur morning prac tice before 1C o'clock. Kauff liaa not chanced hln x-lottM nbout hitting In the National League (hl! Maeon. As lie wan Marling for Emerson Park this morning he declared he tvouM make the .National's pitcher norry that the Federal league broke up und forced him to charwe hi Held of operation!'. "I can tut .300 or better In this league." he s.ild. "Ju.-'t tuitrh llenny. He'll show these BUS" how to lilt. They tell me Cobb lt going to show me hp at Dallas In a couple of weeks. Well. 1 hope he (rets In good shuts' for ihofc games. 1 don't want any excuses from him." Now that he has settled his ,ltrr-r-t -' with the New York club KsitrtT Is all at tention to hiislnr. lie did not net Into the practice came this afternoon, but took his regular turn In the butting order this morning, bluing l'ttveen Merkle and Met lor. Fred Atr.lerson. formerly of the 1-Yler.tl League, was the flrft pitcher to -erve Kauff. who started training by titling a long lr.';!e to icntre Knurr seems h tiille overweight and he put In mu.li of hi- t'.me to-day .it bunting practice, a (.real tve'ght re duccr. This morning be "heated every bat In sight and tore the tape off mwc to get a (rood crip. H"liny -.ays he bin two dozen of his own spmlal nick on the w.iv down heie and when t'li-y ar rive lie will make life miserable for the pitchers. . . , "You cm put iiv down for a Jon m Friday's ga.nr." he told Me" '.raw "V be remit' bv lli.it time" Th" '.lants play an exhibition against the Waco teum hc.-c that dav. Secntary I-'otor s.i the club nan heard uothi.is from fnittleM'r linurch irho Is a holdout, and Intlurited that the club would sdnnd pat on the con tract offered to Kouch. "We offered blni the sa'.iry mimed In the option be signed when be was In Newark." de-tared Foster. "It If a good Vg i-al.iry ami 1 think hell be reasonable." Cmttleldo- P.ivy P.ohertonV r:ce i till :i mystery Foslee etui Kauff cam" south h way of lllch.iioiid and tlantn In orile'r that the fer.iter could meet Robertson !n ISIehnmnd. Instead of allowing up I"" 1,11,1 I'r"!" "" .li.iinn.- roiiMT-atlon l.ob'.'i'l.-nil wired from Norfolk that he tt.i.t unable to make the trip I .iti-e his doctor had . i,' ,i ,.-,1, .t It The club nfriclnl" ll. Iv,. I'nb rtb.m is ti'illkelv iP,j! 111 Pr for- itlilsiinui.er and that W mi, 1 ie susta!!;!"rrwm;..r Is more serio-.is than he hi's admitted. Manager Mcilraw iulbd a new one to-day when he lined up two baseball elevens and plad a ten lining game. The wind blew n gale again and made fielding so difficult that each team car ried two omih outfield is. Met'.niw. Dooln ami Merkle did the plb-hlii. Me Oraw not caring to n W regular hnrlei-s to the wind and the risk of get ting sole arms. Deipte .lie extra outfield p.itrob- to-Ihx-'s mine wni a sort of , buil'H(it.. Pooln and Meiiraw were the rival cap- ( titln.i. Por pooin's team lell and j lluri-s pl.O-il the extia position". Kelly was the right eei-tre tlelibr and Iturns j the left centre tle'der. Sharnian and Jaeobson were the ettr.i men on Mi- , Oraw's eleven Hctweeii the pitching , ml the wind the Hcnrl'is was ien JlciSraw'H teii'ii won In the l-nin innim. by a scon of to 10 The winners marto thirty-three hits and the losers twelltv-one l lie naiinik u i McOniws Hums, I f.. v'""".1.""-. ,r ' Kelly, r r. . Ilablrgi-n. . f : ItodrlgueA It).: t:iH. 1. f. Kenny. ., Miilrati. p.; Lobrrt. 3U. . Hunter. . Dot e, Jli Uuolns-C.il.-. 1 I . Karre e f . flur- ... i r, .1... ..I,.., m. r. f.. Jlftf rle.ili. r. 1.. Jinii.ib.-ri:. c. l. "In. p. Hi . JlerVle. lb. I.. llruln.mJ, Jb.i Martin. . "' h pner. 31. it .1 r. Hrllrewn... J 3 : i n 0 I ; ' ; j Ilooln.. . -I 1 " " ." ", " T Iwe bin- .1 i, nlimn I'm III. Il irn-. t: Thorpe. I li- blnKf ii. M. 'Ir,.'.. le'l-ri. llunlrr Tbr'-e I.i - till- I .l.-r-. l.ir!u. 5: Itarrbmi. M rl-. llnr.iiHr.l. MHritn. Home ruo--Tlinrpe. lludHguex. Ii'i.ie. Umplt' K'-nli'-r. The ruhan Itodrlgiitz made four sin gl?s and a home run In live times at bat. Thorpe got three double- and a homer and McCrate two Unfits and a double. TO-DAY'S HAVANA EXTRIES. First Kaee-Sellini.- imi.c ten i'ii mw Ida slid upward; tiv and a half f ii"lrig siminer "''I?,'"1 ' '',J, Muiantl ... .. .Mll'i.-I' 'J Cslelhumi'lnn to. liuteiial 11. Dr. B.I'. S'farenrer lnoMntilieal Ii Bulrar 1 ;,,M',ir;!u 'II Lady lirrn iiiWoir iiulu- in Second Rare Selllnc: purse tl'Mi tiirix- yenr Ids nd upwsrd; fire ami a half f'trlnni-"! EHMbrth Hsrwood fCrltnti i II" l'rotssora I 3,MI lienevieve .. . Ill DrT cVnn. lOt'-'lu-.'-t 113 nlVular PiSCipt Klhott 113 Simrniis ItfS.ilfiv Allen IIS sSrllello . I: U0:i.Hil.-s Tsll IK. m.t..i nui-iSellliii-: iiiirse fl'l: three yenr- Skis and upward: flee and a hall turloncs-. i gal Vanity -CjlMUula lit IVlUlnje -.vlMl.ldll.lll Ill I Blue Hoek I'iU'ruico Chap Ill lYllna I"-' Kourth Ksce Pelting; pur- l'1- three jm,. Ids and upward: Hie and a half Iiirlnii.s: M.r.rl Kllell. KTIKnier !! M'i Kopio '' '!':,'. J :;: I... ' Klllb Hsie-Vllinit, purse Jii-i; three .ar. oH and niiward, one mile and flll y.v l U. of tho Kit. lie-it 'XV.ner bad, . io Aimed Lawn-nee M. Jilnt Mi gulek Start l-sTno Hump . s Apprentice allowan.e rlainied OLD CROW BYE H't. r H. I'al America's Finest RYE WHISKEY HAND MADE SOUR MASH STRAIGHT PURE RYE MADE IN KENTUCKY, U. S. A. H.B. Kirk&Co. New York, N.Y. 4i egjW liaKj'rkJ WILLARD FIT, OF DONOVAN Ted Lewis Agrees With Veteran Wrestler and Old Time Fighter That Champion Is in Good Condition and Is Fast; Three experts on physical condition watched Jess Wlllard toll through his I hour and more of strenuous Indoor train j Ing at the Pioneer Sporting Club yester day afternoon and at the end gate a most favorable verdict. The Judges were Hill Brown, George Bothner and Ted I Lewis. I ii,i... ii..i,,...iui,, I , ' r" ,'B 7 " J catch as cntch can champion, who I ns wen pom en on inings pertaining to the manly art as those of the mat, said : "I read In this morning's Sl'N that Mike Donovan spoke well of the condition of Wlllard and after watching Jess In ac tion I must confess that Mlko did not , ., . ,, ,. ... . I exaggerate a bit. The champion s box- Ing Is much better than 1 hoped to see. He Is a faster man titan I expected to , tin. I. His strength Is simply wonderful I watched him closely In Ills tussle with Hussane. The Turk Is u mighty for midable man on the mat, 1 can tell you, but In Wlllard's hands he looked like a lightweight, Of course these men only tested their strength In the scuf fling. "It Is Impossible," Bothner continued, "to get a line on any boxer in the gym nasium because a fellow does not let himself out the same as In a real light. He Is less aggrtsslse on attack ami mole carclcs on defence. From what Wlllard bhoucd against his three spar tit. g partners he Is not only fast enough with his hands but also on his feet to Like cue of himself In a championship fight. Ill other words. I believe he knows how to protect himself. Morun will tin. I a mighty good big man In front of him. one who should hae all the benefit of natural advantages. To mo Wlllard sizes up like a fellow capable of playing his advantages to the limit." Ilriittii tltn Knthunlastlr. Hill I trow n was unite us enthusiastic ill .1 lU'lKllllill HI iivwimiht iin-ii he waited on Wlllard In the dressing , .... . . ..iitiiiii ii' I'lin .t ni 'v iwi, i i.ii', ..j room while the handlers rubbed th champion, Drown appeared even more Impressed with Wlllard stripped than when the tltteholdcr was going through hi" stunts In heavy underwear and ring I'l.MUim Mill exp'.oied tin- abdominal legions with his expert lingers. ; "In tine shape, was the verdict "Wed I niusi led and hnid. A fellow- tils size. . '"- r ; , In was talking aDout nreaii-.e ne u.iu w.i!t as a smaller man. Lo-es his I ,,llltn,OI1 working out. lie strength when too finely drawn. Kx- i(i1im hnt )lo hlll, h,,tTI ,nH,.,ted when lelbnt" cm lull the laconic Mr. i '( w.( f..(l, ,,,. m, pj,.,.ir, to pro Hrown. To show how well conditioned . oU.r(, coining from outside the State, bis midsection really was Wlllaiil' drummed away at It with bath brawny i lists. j "lane u ironi nie. sain ieii i.ewi while Wlllard was sparriis with Walter Mon.ili.m, "that big fel'.oiv H no slou. h ! w.:ll Iik II. Is. He Is tile fastest blL-! fe.low 1 hate wen II. usfs li's wonder- Tile ee,-utite coinnilttee of the Atn.i fill re.t.'h to ureal advantak-e In bldck'ng. I llo. ket League at a meeting ye- i II s anus are so long th .t !. can cover , litis Komach with hl elbows, while he I l!"..'t" his iiilu with his milts. A..-I j he can come uat of a cover with a stab 1 im either hand .1. .. shoubl flat..,. .. two hiMiitred oonii-.:er. Anv fellow who gets ! elm iiouh to hit Wlllard leaver him- j self o 'Mi to a mighty wallop, for there ' i lie iiiltaiitaui Is a II in Jess's f-vor mat fellow Is a reallv great champion or 1 am tnis'aken. -It slvjuld be a grand bittle Pr.ink Moran i n much better llgh'er than he baa ctvr been c-edited with being, lie N as touch and hardy n tliy come at h! M.-ig'.it Wlllard -.till ll-te to call i -.to p'.av et"-;. oim-e o' ttvlghi and I'Pply It p-"!i"rl to rt-i'ster a knoi-kotit i.i tell rouiiil" " Hirr lloxer l Inruel. , i Tl... !..,, ,,.r.'..-ii.w t'.a.'S. l!eoriTe Hill!'!. ' op. e more was the large' for W ll.ird " i . ,. . , .i... ,.-..,., !S,:'t tw.. ro,,;,,;:! 'eh. .1 b. t.te.n the chllllipion exllllll f . ,,,,, w!;h JlWv i,vm ,(, .ln , x.Vi,;ter Monahan After M ihBM h u nn,..(1 u,,, ,.,,,., t,.i,.; , f no f,110tt.; pr alrr.nf a ni'iui'.e if: r the round ended Itodel and Vtlll.itil engaged In a rough and tumble Hctitlle, v illi by Jets pushing the South African "!! "r".,;V.' ,!,"' .);!'", .Tn;. biillJiK ' it.iuvnu w .... ....... ,.. ...'ten he made nn attempt '' K'1"1'-1 taking both left nnd right ln the i ind .nut m.n.it u-in, .iiii' Aiouaiian. of Ids custoiuaiy t'-o.s-co'intry run. He !r:.fn.t Mm ..mire nturn nir lblib-i. hi" eten rounds of sparring Will.itd I H ii,-liert the bug. to; ul with the ptillfe, u-'i'ipb.; it-It i YuMf lli-.ine unit in-, 'uls-il oi b' ii-.tf i-opyrlshlc.1 exe-.-'-c. I At P.r Hnwltln-" t'iNafternoo'i re.ink I Alorin i. I' dnn Hie box rg gloves ttith n number or ins nig i-ptiiiik i'.,i'in i- . 1 te tin iks for esn-cliil bem-llt from meet- (-ng I Ml, tile m foot und a half tihltc hope fiom I'ittsiujrg. .tfornu nn ouxeo none H'.nee Sunday. "I'm most anxious tn take n flier at Hilly," said Moran last night. "You riee.'be Is practically the same height as Wlllard and hns approximately the hame reach. T .wish tn satisfy invself that the mystery of hitting Jess on the chin with an aiue-thetlc punch Is purely a mvtli. Not that 1 am going to try to piit liale Htvay. Hut 1 niiilntnln that a few Inches difference doesn't nff"et a well planted blow. I'm Itchy to put on the glovei and am glad 1 have a Bond duplicate of Wlllard lo practise upon " Will Hold Moran In I'lieeU. Willie 1,'tvis, chief tialnei- of the i hill- ienirer. s.,t. Ills 111.111 ll.l-. Il.lll plenty lellg.-r. s.ijs lof boxing to put him In tl'-. very best ' ' "nditlni l-'rom now on illl- chief are will be In tvalciiiug l-ninl. to e that he do. not g' t too ,nrfles tilth , I,:,,,,!" Lewis feais he will Injure ,,),:.,,, if not l.e.d In check. I "If Moran Irh-e to cut loo,e 'no Off, "'".'".'.' . . .. .. ..i. . A I ' he d at the l- .ll.lnont A. tiui.ib-r of ha i 1 r.tlit. to the J.itt ,, ,, .,, f IS VERDICT AND BOTHNER heartily to-morrow," he said. "I Intend to call a halt and lay him off undlher dav or two. He Is so well prep.iled now that It would be a crime for hint to hurt his hands. He had bad luck In that respect Just before both of his lights With Jim t'offej." According to Billy Itocjp, well known as a writer and referee of I'hllndcl- nhla. ltf.unv Leonard not a Very raw earin hs nglt with Ham Kobldonu In .'Xr Hty Monday nlgl.t. Leonard bud knocked Itoblileatl down for the sec ond time when the final bell rang. Hoeap charges that the round whs cut from fifteen to nineteen seconds to save Itobl de.iu from ii knockout "Leonaid Intends to make short work or MiimtiH u linen nt me nan -i,...- Cmb Kr)i,.y nffMi f(. , f noeinut he Is practically assured of a match with the world's Ughttteignt champion, Freddie Welsh, lit Maill-on Square Harden the latter part of this mouth. New Haven fight promoters have of- fered a pulse of llV'0O for a tight be tween Itennv Leonard and Johnny Dun dee at the skating rink of that city on Kinder Monday. The promoters also In tend to present the winner with a goUl belt, emblematic of the lightweight ! championship of Ameilc.i. Jess Wlllard ha? promised to act as one of the Judges at the annual ball anil show of the White Hals at the old Amsterdam Opera House to-morrow night. KILL M'CUE RESOLUTION TO PREVENT MEETING OF CHAMPION AND MORAN Ai.paNY, March I L- The resolution of As-emblliian Martin . Mi'Cue of .Man hattan to prevent the WIllatd-.Mor.iil -- . , .,,,- 1 '' "' "'' " 'fl" ;''.'"! " appaiem " inai mere win ui in, mini'-! in... on the part of the legislators The few "aves" In the nipport f .McCue's resu- lution were drowned by the -noes. After the xote hail been taken Mci'ile ... .-...I tt'lll.tr.l .'notil not I..-'in pr..p.'r condition by .Miinb ii.- I.. .1. t Mt ..,.,ii fliut III had n ,.,, ,, ,,, hf. Uww wh.lt TO PLAY OFF HOCKEY TIE. llol.r linker Will Hf l . Mel., l.lneiii, unlnM llosloi- A , tvr.l.iy ratified the acuon "''. .v;, it .,n 1 ISo-ton A. A. teams in de-id to pla a eer.e, of fie b.-t two on r ,. ',, to settle the b-agu, . .....npionsh.,. loi will, b t :,ese se 'tens an l lie .--i. 1- out lie are ,,.iw The first game will be ple.i in the St. Nicholas Itink Saturday nlghl. with the e.ffid oi.e m the !s'.on Arena the fnllnnliiu s.ituniay. n filrd g.in.o 1- necessary a coin win ne toss.-il to decide whelner t lie conti-el will be pl.i.ted Heie or n Hoston. I'o-itit" assill.in.-e that Hobey llaker. the phttioineiial pl.iei of the rliimtilou St. Mtks. w.ll p. at Siturilay night. wa git'T. .testerdat .so that New York ; ho, key followers will bo certain to eee I the ure.ittst Anieilian lnvke filat er In I a. ton. With ll.ik.-r In the lineup the ! .-t. Nicks seems llkelv to win their ,m, . h.imii'.oiiship. but the Hoton A. j x. Is xnecteil to put up i great ugiu. llaker was unable to play In the game won In the Hub seven last saturnay nig.,, .,f M , ... ......ds, GERRITY SURPRISES CROWD. llefenfK lltd'll In I'rellmlnnrj nt I'liktiine lloxlnu llem-ni Tom r'irlt of St .Io-eih' Y M. A. Mimrh-fd Hie enittd last night by de- featillg Ueorge-Htz-ll ,f the fnlon Set- tl, meiit A l . Ill the pre in n.ilie of me ,IM I.iinil rl.ii of the amateur boxing! . ,,., .,,. .,.,. ,.aMi.c . i-'i" . ICi.n.r of the IMucitional Alliance iiutclasi" d Ihigciie VikvoiiI of tin- Wnneii ! A. M.iny prominent perwms In nil tt-iilk" if life were pren-nt tn toss tl'.en lime mi!., to In ,p tin Mireery or .xinn-in-s e .lire tie i c.-e.irt fiitnls In replace 1, . ubboll.i-. xx in. It lire. The :nl-tiim' uibl to-morrotv nigbt ibtro.vul b and llnil" will b. Cubs ! I the llnll lluril. TAMP. Fin.. March 11. The riilcigo rubs defeated the Southern Colleen nine this nfterroon by a score of .1 u! " slug- The K une was marked by heavy King on the part of tile i.uns. l-'l.ick and .Mailt made Home rune, wiine Il.r. .. Iiiilt. .Maim mi.'.e ' a.'"' ;,Vand gers were iniid'i by scliulte, erwes ami Lavender. Doohm's share was pair of doubles HOT SPRINGS RACING RESULTS Kind Itiii-i -Vlld' h an I mar,, f.iiirxa nl.li. and upward. Hik pi;"" V.00 ,1H" ...,i .. i,.,ir ftirl.inir -tl.iter. 11', IMuli l. M in r.. 1 to I and out. won. rdnil. 1U 'iUhmiiii t" 1 l"l "i"' 1 ' neond, Ili,'ii I'. Ho.it 1.', to ' 5 l" I anl ' t t ... -Ill' I Time. I ii l-i l.adl ' Mei del. . AHia I'.iK" and Hu! i W"bli aln '""('e nnd "tine Maiden lli'ee .'lar.oldi' nnd linn.. i-.. tin k pur"' 'l"l one bill. - t iu-iI.-. li'l I Xturpliy ' . . tn 1 i tn i ind 1 o ttiill. IllrilldO. lO'.l lllli.lt), X Ki I. in mi.iI I n, :. act.md: N.i mm i . 101 I .I'm. ii r i, iii '. x t" .- ind 7 " I". third Tun -. 1 I I Therc-a .t. M.illln Mls I'M'iitn and It" nl'o ran Third Hii. . --1 br-e.te ir-iildn and up-' .im. si '.'-ig puifo I Kin hw and .i lia.f fiirluiig ' II I Hull. Ill iSteiirnsl, 7 til I -l i ,nl t in I, .m; II, v. lrj- .fiiini', !ni illf..iiHi In 'J. I In fi and I tn 4, Uii.iml. lire tii'tone. 113 Limit I, 1" Iii I. I -i l mil :.. t tali I I'lini. litx I-;. in.,. tinniL' inn r. II. rl I. ' . ' A h)i mi iidi, ll.ii li M.l' Vampire, lll.io It Ing and H- ' ii, .lt nl.n ran .. n..... Il..tl II. ...II. .itl'lll li'l,'" - IIH' i.inini'.ii i-.i.-i ii.i.n- i.ip. thru, ear old .ind illinard: pur.- , Hun siv 'iirtiiliKK- IT i.alrlrk U-a iSlfl-ll. '. i, I i , 2 In Ti lllld I to tt-ni, liriiiiin), in" i r mull . in I. H ,i i-nl I I in 'iciinl. KiK'ti'iiay, II" i M i'I !'i aii i, ID Iii I, 3 to t and ' t" i, llllrd. Tllil, 11.1 4-r, Varktllle. K.'illll.in and fitln-r llll. y iiImi ran. , I'lfih H ue -Threi-ynir "Ids: ellinK,, tiiii-e 4IMI. i 1 1 1 U 1 . 1 1 1 1 o IllKR- r. 1 , I tllllill I, In I, i lo u lllld I In Hull I 1 t.eiili. Ill l Van Hum ill, (In I IS tn a audi I Si 3 ei mid. Mill HIlllllMiiia, llu u'ii.iirl, II in I ; in .', .i'i'l : I i u tlilr I Time. I-CI I-:, Hed I'm-". Talluia mid liliinur iiThii ran. rdx'li fti," 1'nr fniit'-) ,'iir.nliU ,md up. Hard "-ILlM. pill-' 1 .100 . uui- mil, mnl n tiiiit mi ,i King lla lf'ird, 103 I vl em. l; tn . j In I and 2 In I. l-'alllv. Ill n iillilnrnl. I' I. - in I and X in .'.. f, mud K'llilay lux l Van lunm. 7 tn I, in r, and I In Ihlrd Time. 1,13 3 riirf Htrcutn, Tdiilicc ami Celebrity aluo raa. Dynamite Ice to Let the Yale Crews Row NEW HAVEN, Conn.. March 14. Despite u thick harrier of ice which Mocked the wny to open witter Guy Nickalls to-day sent three Ynlc crews on the water for the first time this sea son. A tllRbont assisted by men with dynamite broke u path for the shells and the second varsity and second freshman eights were taken for a short row on the har bor. When an attempt was made to launch the first varsity shell the ice was so thick that the trip had to be abandoned. The first freshman boat was not allowed to start. The first varsity as it was seated to-day on its short voyage was made up of: Stroke, Harri rritan; 7, Low; t, Meyer; o, Sturte vant; 1. Sheldon; 3, Kositzky; 1!, (iilfillnn; bow, Hume; coxswain, Mc Lane. GOVERNOR WILL NOT INTERFERE WITH BOUT Heie Only to Attend limner. Nut to Invcxtiiratc or DiMiiiss Wciifk. A minor that gained ground jt-Her-, day afternoon to the ..fTci-i that Uov. Whitman woald investigate the Wil-lard-.Mor.in t-oxlng bout while in this cltv ami polbly might dismiss Chair 1 ma'n Pied A. Wenck or the State Ath letic I'ommlsslon Is unfounded, the (5ov , irnor stated last night. Tile ttoxemor said he Intends to keep his hamlti off. He rum here only to attend the dinner to County Chalim.in Koi ulg. The liovernor said he wa satisfied ' itti the way Wenck has Ix-ti doing things. The Introduction of licrmird A. .-indb r's name as a pos-Mblc successor tn the commission chairmanship could be traced tn no ntllol.il source. He de o'aiel he knew nothing about a iiuarrel .t.iinng the Cunimlssioners and that ho has the gteatett confidence In them. CHANCE FOR LITTLE FELLOWS. XloliatxU . (". Will Hold Indoor Tlllr Meet for siimll Clnhc. MemlKTS of the smaller athletic clubs ' will have a chance to get In the llme- light on Maroh 2T. when the Mohawk A. w.ll hold the first Indoor cham pionship for small clubs In the urmory ' of the Second PieM Artillery, at 16fith I street and PraJiklin axetiue. , ' Practically every star !n the district outside of the New York and Irish 1 American A. C will take part, and keen comietltion l expected In the following events: Setelity-flve ynrd d.tsh. 800 ' ard run. 'ion jard run, one und three mile run. ten mile walk. 12 pound shot put. running high and broad Jump, standing high Jump and relay nice. Hold, silver and Irronie medals, cm ' bleiuatlc pf the championship of the ! small clubs, will be awarded to the, first three athletes In each event. Kntries eloe next Saturday with Dr. J. P. Ileherman. T.l'ast Tremont avenue. Ileolj forced to Kmtra !rt. Three matches were played yesterday In the Harvard I'lub squash champion ship tournament .1. It. He.ily won from II P McKee In the only extra set match, th" score being 1.". I. 17 IN. IS 11. In the other matches ( A. V.. Harris defeated PonaM Scott. 10 1. ! 1, and A. C. Smldt defeated i", i". Desmond, 15 3, 153. II. P., T. ItlKKa Surprises Rnll. Charles M. Hull. Jr. was practically nut out of the running for the miuusIi clMiiiplonlt'.p of th" Heights CaMnoi ". "'-".- ' Itoyal i;. T. ftlgg". in mi exira t-et ninuii at IB- 17. i" it. is 'ii'. me victory ; ,.ui tiy sihiis. 4; i ..f lilL.ira u-.iM lini-xnr elerl. IIH Hull Is , fllrney. 1. b Ibimltired i.ited aliote him. J. U. 1ow in leading for the title with four games won and one losU . I-Ult Vl.-lor In Vale Ma..h , ,.., .rtaA , in. I,. I'latt defeated J. F. Stlllinan. 15 x, 1 - ." - lx 17, yesterday In the only mutch , la jeil In the Mitiash tournament for the i li.implonshlp of the Yale Club. Stlllman. after falling an easy prey In the tltst set took a decided brace. TO-DAY'S HOT SPRINGS CARD. l Kiim Ha"- .elliiu: two yer-nldx; four IMen Park '' I'o'Hin Hob Wall street bti ili t'p . . 1'irtnlnli- . 1": Lols-lla ttai lOJ' -iii'ld e srlliiu; ,lll- c.ir olds iiioiarii. nu'e, live atnl a half lurloiisi blue Win. I" fi-nil. O'.S'. il line Jlinilsoniei-i ri'l'.ipt I l-t- M.ntliiiK Ul t m-'i mil 'Yo It bad 11 I'i'l -llllie-,.le s.r.umer lli'xniu'ti H.in uui 1 1n -. 1 llr.iT x,.i)mE , threi- jear-olils and up .1... .n.l .. 1...W ...rl.i,, a i Kleaimr N . . . llHlle Terre. . ' ; Miui.l Pel 1"! Orbicular, .'r. . I'rep-nd ... l"!I)iek Headwoort.. v.h-ik-i onn . I'O '""' Hce-sellli.E: tlmr-rrar-old. ( ( imrtr. ,lk ,llr0i, Krlskr imii.i, ii rr If 111 II- soutnir Kllllll.v Joe. Vallali i l"-. I'.itm.nter r.n-aw.iv . .. I"' M.dree .. Kiflh Haie Selliiu; lline-M-ar oldx and up. ward-. iiiii nil- null- Southern Star '' full- ' ny lliilmllli'l 'V l.utie V.U- .audi pi" nimntr . . . P-.'Kibl ly Vi' Mxili H.ii-e-Mllli-.ir: three yrir nld and up mud. iuire; one intle Virju-ilni ii"i'rniit'rton .. 'ft Cm .n, , . Ifi'i Kl l'ltn . . Ill Chad lliiroril . . IllllleiUe Hn-e .. til tiHiivntn e allowame of flu- ioilnil i-huii'-d HAVANA RACING RESULTS. I'lin' li.i' .. tlilik.- pure 10 Itip-e )mii ,i, .i.i 1 'ii' in ,1 a naif fllitnliRi ll.il i l. 110 i U' ,illi. ;l'r In 1. ii In a and .1 in Mini I'.' n ll.uMiii-k It" iMeiii .inn s in I 3 tn I and iii', in'iiii'l llnh lllii i.m. I'll H 'iinneliy i, j to I ' In I and eicn, tlili .1 Till'-. I "'' ietnllllp Hidl. .urii'n Haul, till' and A lax alan I .in ,-ri nn I Ha' Si'Hlnt. pui" tl"0. three. ii'ir-i'L and m'. tit, furlnim - I ir Ii l '"' .',,,r- i . , , I'll I .Xli Klllll I. ii tn u, 1 in . ..ii.l .ml. i.iin Hilt. 'nn. I'l7 I HelllllHOnl. i1 In t. I In '. ind 3 In 'i. "I'liUld liali-wllltll.'. 'i- I ll.it rlni-.lon '. ' m I. ' I" 1 and I In I., II, Il I Tim. . I Dl 3 '.. lid. in. TlKiT .Hill, .lai.. nnd II ai-" i ii 'lldl l It. Sel Iiik ,i :rt IIH0- llie. it ,. i. Ik and ni l i - k Hriotti I'rliiie. hit illinnli'i '' I,. ' ' tn i and .nut ""II. Hid Hind. It"! txnll'illlll, I till. I tn .' lllld '"II. " nnd. ArKillll'Mlt. M i il.iri Im-li.ii i, I" in I. 3 10 I and t lo &. i Ihlrd Tint. . I:lu.'--, .lerr). Jr., Crlaco ' and II. 'II rnt-.li alui tail -iiitrlh II ne -s Illug, handle ip fiurae !$iu'i. tlm -v. ar nl. Ik and iii lx furlnnsx ttaur Idly. H'O , lin rrlne i"ii ' . .V. tn t, ii in and inn, vim, Mill ill Hv ','! ' Wu nil. ',' tn I 3 In i, lid nut HiM-'iml . Mar, I'll I . ' , 1 1 1 1 . ' I ' I. In I. I III a Hid "lit. llllrd I Tliiie, I Hf 3-.'i I'hai liii-t"i' al-'n I'll ' I'lftli II. ne Seiiliit, imiJi turn four. eii'-'iidM ,nd up- ttv nut h " fitrlnnir ' 1'iird Mai. llu ItValili. ', Iii ' n to i and ' ", io -i ami K itli-driiiii, t'n i 'miiiellrl, 10 In t. I to 1 and ? In ' i'i unit Sir Of- faiili Ii, ltn I tVnl-linllfilin i. I. tn I, .. tn I and lo I third Time. l:n Mlox I'llililty. Miiion-uet. 1111 I'niiiini, lout, JUa It. and Jim Mullady alao raa, ROSS HOLDS YANKS TO ONLY THREE HITS Tt'iun I! I'nnblc to Store While Vounjr Southpaw Is in Itnx. MAJSEL IS TiAII) IT AGAIN Macon, (la.. March 14. Kiwi Boss, a left bander and n rather businesslike young man, did the best pitching In the Tenm A-Team II ball game of the Van- I kees to-day. He pitched four Innings ! for Team A, otherwise the regulars, who won by a score of S to S. In that time Team B didn't score and' made only three lilts, but the workmanlike twirling of j Boss was In contrast to the rest of the pitching, except that Daniel Tipple, on . the mound for Team A the last two In- flings, did well enough. ' There was, however, a lot of looe I and crude pitching, bases on balls, hit I batters and the like, and It may be ! Hint the. gusty wind bothered the box men. Catdwell, Jlogridge and Pleh were j not effective. They lacked steadiness, and Pleh, who made his ftrst appearance on the mound ln two week", was the least effective of the lot. There was a flare of hard hitting In connection with the mediocre pitching, long hits and bunched lilts, but the nl tacl: was erratic In one Inning men scored In clusters and In the next failed to score, although there were fat chances to bring In runs. Th prettiest batting was In the fifth inning, when with Pleh pitching. Nttnamaker of the regulars tripled to right, ttendryx made a home run over the left field fence and OH hooley doubled. Hendryx was In centre In place of Malsel, whose charley horse of the leg broke out afresh yesterday and has the centre field candidate on the shelf. The charley horse was restarted by Malsel's dash over soft footing to Intercept a batted ball. tillhooley and Pecklnpaugh did the best stick work to-day. and Iloss. besides pitching capably, smacked a home run over the right field barrier In the sec ond Inning with two on bases. Magee fielded smartly. He went out to the fence and nicked a fly ball off the I boards, and h threw out Aragon at the plule when the I. uban trteil to tally rrom second on it single. Aragon Is not slow afoot and Magee's throw had to be a good one. The score by Innings: n. ii. k. Tm B O ft O O M .". ft O 0 It 10 S Tmni A o .1 l -j ii n o n x 11 l ruttrrles Cidell. Mogiidge. Alexan der and S.'hert. Itosn. I'fsh. Tlppfe. run .uL-r n.l Xt'allffr Tufl h.-MP hit ArS iron. Three We hits -Nuimmaker. Cook. Ituiiie runs- -Iloss. Hendryx DAUBERT DUE AT CAMP TO-DAY. Whereabout of III Myen, How ever, Still Mystery to Dodgere. Dattona. Pla.. March 14. Manager Itobinsim worked six of his bovnien In tills iif.ernoon's game at Ebhets Field, the ltegxilars defeating the Colts by a sore of 7 to 2. The game was of high class exhibition up to the eeventh In ning, when the Ttegnlars got after Sher rod Smlth'a portable offerings and piled up five runs before he was rellex-ed. Nothing has been heard as yet from 111 Myers. Word, however, was recelx-ed to-day by President Kbbet that Daubert would reach camp to-morrow. Nothing definite has been done regarding the game to be played at Deland ugalnst Stetson University, but Robinson has promised to send a team there before leavliiK Daytona There Is but one sore anil In the siuad. and that belongs to t'olwell, a youhk-eter. This, however, does not keep hltn from working out In the outfield. The score: raits 0 o (I 0 l ft o t 0 : llnuUrs ....0 o 0 1 0 0 S I x 7 Three tiae lilt HirkUn Two Pas hit- tt'h-t llll -Off Marnuard, 3. i rrt Malls. off Appletnn, 1, off Chny. I: en Miiiin. .'. on liooiiiren, 1 uursA n nlllK- r.tll llrtue on bnlls Off i.no.tbre l: eil. fi,.,,-v. 1. off Hmlili. 1 pi... . 'Ut. t. Itrgiilare. i iuri tumble play -OUen. K.irt Mild v:;" ir vi i pltrti smitn xi.-rf. I Klein and wirier. 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Wa atronKty recommend thin carton for the home or orTico supply or when you travel. amB'laeasmaaBarsaaaawsyBBras KEEPING ABREAST OF f THE SPORTING TREND lO- WILLIAM . IIAM2VA. ln colteco sport this winter beaten teams hao been "swamped" so often! In hockey, basketball, swimming und , wtestllng. It matters not what, thnt It l evident that swamping Id the mo.it j effective way of administering defeat. A Minneapolis hotel man says he can tell, when people shake hands with him, what they do for a living. He tells by the grip. The professional golfer doubt-le.-s hns the interlocking grip. Hull play-em who have been In two big leagues and one near big league the defunct Federal are numerous In the major set this year. Prominent among them are Lee Magee, St. Louis Cardinals, Hrookfeda and Yankees : Chief Hender. Athletics, naltfeds and Phillies); Yerket, . Headline: Columbia Boy Has Walk Hed Sox, Uuffeds and Cubs, and Daven- I over With His Cue. pint, Iteils, Si. Ixnils Fohi and now i nr may have used It for a balanclnr with the Urowns. Benny Kauff will be pole, another, his teams being New York I Americans Indianapolis and Brooklyn The whte Sox are ,rBnn, ,n Tf.xaa l ed- and Giants rrerl Anderson, the ,,,,, of 0alfornU ,h yeur. Thaf liltcher. now with the plants, was with one way of renK C0flrr to the pennant. the Ited Sox in the American League nnd with the Buffalo Federals. Ar- Cro(w, who ret.entiy retired from mando Mnrsatw'g three lemrue career rlngi ls ad to nave a bankroll of taken In Heds In the .National, St. Louis ubo.OOO. and doesn't have to worry. In the Federal and now St. Louui in the navm tt ro 0f that slie doesn't always rnerloan. prevent worry, but It must be pleasanter Others are Hchuli. Yankees, Huffed worrying over how to keep one than how and J(ed: Motley. Ited Box, Newfeds to gel on, and Iteils; Harry Smith, Giants, Brook-1 ' feds and Yutikw; Zeldcr, White Sox." Hnnnes Kohlemalneti has been Intlted auks. Whales nnd Cubs : Hartley. I to tolt narf In the annual "mountain Giants. St. Louis Feds and Browns : . .'Triiuii, iinoiT, ri. isivuis i'-.ir, and Browns : l.ou.len. Yank". Buffeds and ltetl: McKechnle,' 1'lrntes. Yank. Itidiaiiaio!ls Feda and Newark Feds, among others. Mark Roth of the Tanks' executive staff known more baseball stories than anybody else. He has a new one from Germany Schaefer: "When I was playing second be for Detroit," Schaefer told Roth. "1 used to shiver even" time Frank Baker came to bat. 'A home run sure,' I'd tell my- seir ana turn my back. Then I figured out a w-ay to beat that home run buslJ tiess. I took to Playing so far back that the temptation to bunt was more than Baker could resist. He'd jet some bsse hits that way. but a baao hit Is only a base hit, and I stopped him from getting home runs." What's In a name? You'd think from his that Johnny Dundee, the little Italian COAST GOLFERS STAND PAT ON TRAIN OFFER Insist on Providing Special for Middle Westerners to Visit Del .Monte. San Franc!iico, Cal., March M. Act ing only after a thorough canvas of the situation, California's Golf Association to-day declined to withdraw Its offer of a special train made at the last meet ing of the 'Western Oolf Association at Chicago and designed for the comfort of middle Western contestants who ex pect to compete In the Western cham pionship at Delmonte In July. Very recently the directors of the Weetern Association, by meuns of a mall vote, asked the California body to with draw Its offer of a kpeclal train and It was In nnrwer to this request that to d.iy'x uctlon was taken. Jack Neville, Fecretary of the Califor nia body, to-day despatched a telegram . ,,. !' II H.inulifi.l sw-rMarv nf th Western Ahsoclatlon. otatlng that Call- i fnrnt.'L woulil he linnble fn txIfhHe.iw 1t , ' ; , . I special train orrer in view or the fact by Msnn'iaid. 'ii h-j that uch a large majority of the dele- officially called off 400 of the thorough red. I Htoifn t'.e gates at the recent meeting of the West- breds. all American owned, were shipped 1 ern Association expressed tnetr fleslre to j accept it. CIGARETTES And Uie more Camels you smoke the more you'll realize you prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight I R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Winston-Salem. N. C who outpointed Benny Leonard, was I Kcoicu nroin oi a iin,y. The Hnckley School baseketball team has won twelve straight game", 1'andng fair. Oilman, P,nw right and Hole, the foot ball players let go by the Harvard fac ulty, were the "nucleus" of next sea son's eleven, but with Taylor, Dadmun, Harte, Coollilge, Harris and lloblnson re maining there Is a nucleus fur another nucleus. More than 1,000 Princeton students marched to celebrate n basketball vic tory. Maybe the Tigers are thankful for hmalt favors or maybe the old trophy room Is looking bare. Ilut If a basket ball victory bring; out 1,000 at the next football triumph they'll call out the re serxes. 1 climb" of Mount Tamalpals, California, , Tn coming summer, ine. oistance ia about four miles and a half and the Mulsh Is at the summit of the mountain. That is the. ofllcial finish. There likely will be Informal finishes, not to say epontancous, all the way up the moun tainside. Joe Evens of the Terre Haute base ball team liaa a brother named John playing with the Braves and a brother of Paul Cobb of the came team plays with the Detrolts. Amnnr those nresent at a recent Tek- ingese show were, as nearly as memory recalls the names or uie canine aristo crats: Ta Ta. Yuen He, Poor Kin, Oh Yu, Goe Wan, Wut Ho, Sum Chin, Sho Me, Two Shi, King HI and No Flea. It la estimated that there are about 10,000 players on the Southern golf courses every day In the winter season. And about ten golfers. BED BANK AUTO SHOW 0PEHS. Tfc1rtrtw Makes af Cars aa Ac erase lies am Rxathlttoa. Rjcd Bank, N. J.. March 14. The first annual show of the Monmouth County Automobile Dealers Show Association opened In the Troop B Armory to-night. Ever)- available space is occupied by the thirty-two various markes of cars, pas senger and commercial, and accessories. The attractively decorated armory was crowded with people from all over the county. To-morrow night, which Is des ignated as Mayor's night, when Mayor Ueorge M- Sandt will be host to Mayors from surrounding municipalities, State Senator Walter K. Edge of Atlantic City, a Gubernatorial candidate, wilt bo a guest, Col. Austen Colgate, another candidate for the Republican nomination for Gov ernor, and John D. Frlnce will be among the other guests at the show this week. JUAREZ RACE MEET ENDS. Hones Hashed Over Border Bp ene of Tense fMtaatloa. Jt-AJUti, Mexico, March 14. The Jockey Club here to-day called off the remainder of the race schedule owing to the tense situation. The meet was originally scheduled to end Sunday. Only a few people attended yesterday's races. An nflftnnl mll mail. Kt I -in ,!,... I t Carrania commandant, to have the I i -i..w i . . . . u - M . .nnii) viuu iwuiiiv mo rirs, uui wun. out .n-alt. As oon Hal fh Vt(Wtt warn to El I'aso. Tex. No effort was made to prevent the exportation of the horses. of comparison with DILLON TOYS WITH OLD GUNNER SMITH Shows Superiority in First Two Hounds nnd in Smnll Spurts Later. KXOCKOt'T NEAR IX FIRST Jack Dillon, the Indianapolis giant killer, put another meal ticket In Dj. camphor .when he entertained for let rounds with Ounboat Smith at the tlroadway Sporting Club. Ilrooklyn. last night. The gunner showed to much bet ttr advantage than for two jeltt or more, for he displayed some semblancs of the old punch that once made him a terror among the white hopes, nut h' new punch and his new lease of llf. would probably havt availed him Ilttl. had not the forgiving spirit of Lent sub dued the whilom ferocity of the Hooil., wildcat. Once In a while. In the heat of sWP. tacular exchanges. Dillon would fori. himself momentarily. On such occasion! the gunntr would be fotclblt reminded of the fact through a luxt Jolt in th libs or a stvlnir tn itm l.u .. i-cim nun spinning. Mil small retribution for tin He succeeded In peeling I In the pluy, and therej' lar attention to It. d XOie ll r rT artlexi- In the first and th. tin...- . Dillon really foueht, and In both tt sessions he seemed a stake horse agalr.it a nelllng plater. In the first round the giant killer had the gunner In a bad way and almost droppid him with a left upper cut a few seconds before tk belt. In the last round Dillon surprised th gunner with a double shift and cata pulted him up against the ropes with left to body and right to head StMi was very tired looking at the nd, But between the opening and closing mumls the manklller from Indianapolis didn't really seem to have his mind on hit work. His Jabs, his thrusts and mlftrty swings rained on the gunner's arrra, shoulders or crown. A dozen rlihrj that carried the death sting brushed t)it gunner's cJrln and made him pale it Dillon's skill. What If Jack's aim bad been an inch or two out of focus? While the big boys refuse to play with a youngster so rough as little Jack perhaps the Hooeler assaesln should not be too severely censured. Toung Bell outpointed Willie Oardnt? In four rounds. Hoy Milne knocked out Willie Smith in the second round. KM Queens quit to Young Norman la tftt first round. CHAMPIOKS 15 CLOSE MATCH. Mr. Vaaderbeelc taa Pall Castes 1 Vw ta rar Ball Castes. PtsiitcitsT, N. C. March 14. The ra tional women's champion, Mrs, C. R Vanderbeck, paired with P, V. O. Csrtsf, the Junior Metropolitan champion, de feated by one hole In the four ball raat4 to-day Mrs. R. H. Barlow of Brjm SUw? and Mason Phelps of Chicago. Chulat Skehens of Woodshole and Phelps de feated C. Beall of Unlontown and Carter by one hole. The medal scores were: Carter. 74 1 Bkehens, 76 1 Phelps, 711 Beall, S2. The women's putting contest nn th clock to-day was won by Mrs. G. It. Johnson, Boston, with it strokes. Mrs. J. R. Itae. Hrookllne, was second with ST. The leading scores to-day in the. Til Whistle championship follow: T. W. Whfttemore. Itrookttn. 42, 31 it W. II. Taunt, Buffalo C C, i t: 14. W T. Tmesdell, Fox Hlila, 40, 45 ts, w H Thftjer. Crow- Point, 41, 43 r T Lancaster. Woodland, 4S, 44 If; if r Town. Oakmont, 43. 4H x. J. M. Tn? son, Hprlnghaven, 4S, 4f , Rjben Hunter, Wn Hurn. 47, t: 3. C 1. Ilecker. Woodland. 41. 4 so. It II Mutt. Woreeirter, 4. 44 0. H'. n't. c T. 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