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THE SUN, FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1916.
All Tickets Sold for the Willard-Moran Bout Giants Colts Win; Yankees Are Fast in the Field 10 GIANTS GET READY TO HEADFOR NORTH Game HHwrn HVgnlnrs and Colts Furnishes Food for Arjeumnnt. BOTH CLAIM VICTORY MarLIK, Tex.. March 23. The linn! encounter between Mi-draw's coltH and j regular took place tlilB ufternoon an . the rcrnilt of h eliaHi-nice. tiy the young" Mer, who Iiiivm been making belter iteoreM i ngaliiHt Texas league troma than the veteraiiH ami have not been defeated since their opening atno hi Waco, three weeka ago. The challenge game wan staged at Knivrenti t'ark anil both xldes claim the decision. The regularH were ahead, 1 to 0, when a chnrtage of pitchers rauxed Manager Mrtirnvv to fend Henry Wacker, the D.ittmoiith Inirler. to the mound for them. At the came time Me draw delegated llarrlo'in, who la an outfielder, to plti h for the coltH. Arthur Fletcher, who retired from the gamo III the clth Inning, declared all 1 bets otf when he saw Wacker In the j box. Fletcher knew what he was ilolug. i1.'.'; I team "blew" with lilm and two costly . errors tlgured In the M'orlng. Harris.)!!, on the other hand, proved sensation as a pitcher, lie shut out the regulars with two hits In the last three Innings and fanned the noted lugger, lieorge Kelly. The colts were not recruited to their full strength this afternoon, although they had IMdle. Itousch In the outfield. I Herbert Hunter, who Is their best hit- 1 ,. tor, did not get Into the km me until Die sixth and then he Joined the reg ulars. , Pa.lnie.-o pitched the llit three In nings for the ngiil.irs and allowed no 1,1... Opposl to him was Kramer, who j " "t sioied on or even seriously i over for thiee inn.nKs a.,lnM S roud. .,. ,.,,, ,,,1,, for general ad The colts iuuple.1 Hebblhgtoni double I mMn tt.r0 ,.,,0f,w f. These were and rtousch s sltiKle In tho fourth, but j.oW .,t (?, ;, v..i,. i:.u h ticket I errltt held on .-team and Killed the : eMUti(. tmlder t" a po!tl"ii In 'he , . 1 d for tin; fp.t run . of the L'linu Jim Thtrt"-' aided his ( dOWIlfal. bv ilriilinh,tr , tlirfeA 1... oert. Kaun r.me, l...' . i; for the sec-' onrf out. -t.de sc.., u.l aid counted u ,, w:1l htlltr, unofrJclallv last nluht til it Merkles f nclf At this point Win her i tui,,i receipts had touched ?l tii.dii". and ll.iniMin iMiitnled on the box and. This included the sale uf -very .I. !'. uccorill . g to the rcKUlarx, a iiiora'url'itn jo. 1 and iiO sent. Kicl.aid ha- r Was ijeeaiel. I i-rved ?S mm worth of 2." -ats. The,. After llus iume Trainer Ma, 'kail n,n . ,, f tickets at the (.laidci packed up ,,: ,,f ,,,) uniform'. Saturd nlirht. as tr,i mm; hi lit will I with hrl. f Ai rati'g-nu ids forming f 'r the va: inornliiK Id ictice lo. in,, now. i liauts. , throng that will see the vontc '. young and old, were permitted to dlssi- tttv completid ve-tetilay. K e pate to-inghi ly i mi lining up until trHm.tfi Xi'A lie uVed to avoid miiKe- long nCir '11111111011 enjoy the nintn j ,on r!nted instructions on ea ti annua. f.ir.",.:i Pall at the Arlington tl,.t.t rpv,'i(y the pa.ticul.ir enti.it Hotel. The Tiger play here to-moirow. . In, ho'iUr is to ti-e. I.'eil! John V after whleh th-j lili.nts will make their Wnldron of the lire department v. th getaway for IMllas. H stMff ,,f r!l!l. ,.,. wl t , , r.-r .Manatee Mo, raw aiinniiined thl af-' it,-,e the building. Insp". tor J"',p terniHin t'l.n waivers had bem ecurt;d (jtw 0f ti, police ,i..pirtmeiit w U com on tin' fielder It.lpli Sluinnan. who his mat'i, ., suad of plain clothes dcl "ltvi". been to the .l.-mplt.- elub, Shar- n.p..ctoe llolau of the Fourth Plstrct man has h.,d a b.td leg all sprttiK and t will be In charge of I. 0 'imifoi nied po. P'atl 1 ly a lew games. II- aske.t lct,mell in ,,i,tim there will nc i In to be seiii to .Memphlr and will leave , regular force of t.arilen ushers and tlfty for that city uii Saturday morning from i tXperlenced circus employees to iie'p VuS'1'- . . , look after the bewildered. Tommy l.ea h, manager of the Itoch twr club, has put in bnln for outfield- lnn? Xottilile Hoi holders. rs Jacob-mi and Karml! IJn would. ,. . ,, lr , i ...... 'l'V J'-!-. "-.""i ! MIS! ,arl1leylo'.l!n. ttr ' '! vvmi ui i .wi'iiiHv win nu'ii tii.nt. .it i ... ,i..m .,. . until after the S'Mahi opens. Tin batiirg order and score: RKi.t'I.U.s Burns. II tiojde h filiert 30 imurf if f'lerkle n Kiel e, r Hunter. Kelly, rf Wendell e Pjlpu-jo l'sriitl 1, a, kir. p. cm. T.i Kirrep. r luhtiitcinn. -.b l.ini-i tl i I Tlinr:..'. :li iHMilisnll. It PtM'ii ird. ;n Merlin. Kn- lier. , Ki.itner. -nnud dnd iilld ii.irriion. p ll t r . Itefiilurs . .1 n n o o t 0 0 4-i t i Colli. i ii 'I ii o a o r. is-; c :, Two ha-,. Iilt--ll.il,t,in.-tnii Three lue hit Mi rlili riui'iris linn u.l I'ut h HARVARD VARSITY CREWS OUT ' Thej Rim l lilies (liina Wbiu tes In I,; nil llnrliur. Ltn.v. Mas-, ,, ch "J, The Hiiivaid varsity tight h. ii eil ct'-w's gut on tin water tlr.s aft. , n To ih, i t ie;, wero obliged t go more '..mil tin mib's fiom hotr.e. 1 he found couilltloiiH (;ood In Lynn Harbor, however, nod tin lunches wotkol the men for uc:nl two hours Ti'- llrsi irsity ciew. In wlilcli were five of la-t u-.ir's leguhv els'l;'. Lund. Cabot, M'.iciu anil Slcbbins all aft. ami Parson u No ". ow-d nlsj'ii six inileii III two mile ,tleti li,- al'ji.g the wliaivs. rne .eiotii. i re v ivv.il uln.o.st h Ui. uonriiee Jier-iiH ,i tin Urtit.tM v.f'i.. in eliiirifp ul tlir -reiva ,uid i'o.n'iiei tliem from tho I.iiiiHi. The l:iillii'll r.Hl into :i r.nnlli.ii- t.itr the nnlMi iind vviih left IkIiIihI Th- Jlarvard vreH 111 ,o. here every dv.. I (ill W. 1 1 I r I in.. 11. 1'l.lllp M. I .yd IK. until the rharlet- lllver at CliinlirlilKe i Sidney SeWerf-Un Sehuyle.. d I Hiik- rvpen, and within a few d.ivn tlio freMi- 'v.,11. tlelir Haii.ui. Alf Ili,.v.n..ii. Will anerevvr, :,t,o ,v,ll ,, ,Umu fl 1 .'.mnor. IMn. Kid..,. M.ry . dally work'. Tne tlist and .leeonil rrewii loijay were mudo uji an follow Vtrslty A f! C. l.iiinl, 'It, firoke; tt. n. oroi, ii, t ii i- viurritn. 'I'i. l i T t: Kleblilnr. '17. 5. M Tul'ir, l, . J T.i toll, 'M. 3. K. H. Potter, 'li!, bow, M mvulri. .. i arnii. l. I' K relief. Is, "r " r' ' ' " Varsity fl .1 i" Whl :''!, MJ. stroke. k A-'"'."'"vv- mu'iJ:, I'r ,l,1,,7",f,,r'-'Ii!h Pope, 'l, I, 1;. U ,s,,u. V. It, S, r ' lluik, 1 '.' llrnfr, '18, nw, a a Cameron, toner iil i BOWLING TOURNEY BEGINS. rUTritavtood llal.ei llluheit Senre of I'lrit Senlun, The tenth n.itloii,i howlinu tourn.i nient cot under way laM nlnht at the Orand Ceiilr-il I'al.n'u with the lolllni; of five five men teimit. The first quintet to takn lo the alleyw vvap tho lldem.l Club of Il;ilivvay, N J. They rolled :!'.' jRalnB the Kniplrc'H Sfi.1. In the other two inatehes Itavermvxood tolled !'4u, i.KaliiM Mpartan'M s, and Uelvldero totalled Sll agulnnt a pa-e ttum. TO'day tlm ioIIihk will he In In- """ ,","'S """ "v" '"""! Peiill-Jeraey I.eliKOe (Irunnlieil. Wahhinhton. N. J , Mari'h I'll.. -The oriraiiUatlon oi tlm IVni.Jeree.v Ii.iff- ImII lo'llCllii V-Ati o'linleled to dav at the Warren lloiiee. I!ev.eie, l,y the election ot inn p ihivviik; om.ei.1 (or the ..i.... ....... ti,..i.i..,.. it . . .... i.. um.iiiiK jvni . t iki.iviii, it, ... i,mir. Bnra.l Huperliiteiideiit of the liethleheiul Stoel Couianj . Mee.ireHlii-iit, Sdinuel J, ITOinnH, lliiPKnr. feiMef.il v, A. 'I'. Kverelt, fstioiiiliurir . iimhIkIuiu m-ere tary, C. I). K.illork, StrtitnltdmrK treati urer. I.eroy I'mlR lli-lvldeie The olll M.U Will Klsll S..1V. SIM 1. .SUM ll.lsu,..,, Ih I MAtlte till Itiiilliirii rli... n,i. v . r.i.i., in. V..,.l., L1,,.U u,..l t .I.'..,, .i. . .., I . .. .1. ...... Torr iiit3 it.iKi.e ui.riiiK ill" heannit n auii vvlll open May w ami elone tep toinli-r I'I. llMoh club will play forty SnirH, WILLARD AND NEAR RIOT Crowd Hci'oiiiph Roufjli While' Trying to Buy Admission TIckotH. WOMEN IX THE LINE Thofe wlio neglected the oft repented witrnlnr to ilo their 9-hopplnK mrly will huve to pay fancy prleei In HperuliitorH or mlmi the boxing I'lamdc to-inortmv night. The Ian udmlitdnn wUei fur thi Jcph Wlllanl-Kruiik .Moron rham plotiKhlp bout, which will ho held In 1 Madison .Sipiarc Oarden, w.ih xold be-j fore noon yesterday. In order to avoid unnecemary confu sion at the' Harden before anil after the content the promoter put the un reserved no-its and standing inom ad iiiIhvIoiih on t-aln at 9 o'clock ymterdav morning. Thin action almost caused a near riot. As early at 1! o'clock yetetilay morn ing lines began to form anil before tl.e bov office had opened the thtoi.g streamed back from the window in both directions for two or throe blocks .In it ,PforP , uviock the crowd became '" Twenty.Hghtli street station were calhil to restore order. In the line were dozens of women. Hundreds had no! been accommodated when the last of the "first conic ttrst served" stock had been exhausted. roinrrr id unir, . In the lines were many habitual rushers" who represent speculators at ticket sales for world's series ami the big foothill events. These men trleii to repeat In Mplle of the prtvaution lliit ? mr Vhin .V on. s Zr ! had In-n taken to prevent puri'lUK-r -i.. .......i. . I I More than one Impromptu scrap re. ... "., i.-,.-. ,i i ....t.i upper tier. None of the se.ttH Is s..ew.t. Tliere will be inri standees a 0tMl b the flic ibp,(rtm. nt ;n Hie i row s nest. The cauaclt.v of the iaide:i Is II. Ida, ; . - ... . . , i ... i in in, u Snr-t'irv of War iutrJM)i. JtMw'4. bankers, :utors. theatrical men and ot iers, will be at t e rlng"idc A par tla 1st of tho-e who have purcllise.l th'kets follows: Supreme Court Ju-tlc Krogh, Mary Pickfoi'd. ileraldine Parrar John Mc. C. rmack. luvld IPMasc i mid ills ihitigh- tu f rmer Juitlce Morgan .1. O Itrn'ii, fi rmer Culled States District Attorney Henry W. Wise, ileoige M. c.ihin Sam ll. Harris. Jack Welch. Morris lies'. j,,),, Philip Sousa, Cnarlen I I'.lllmdiam. " I. ...... ll..rlln Moses i:lmi,Al .'p.it,t J. I - . ' . . . . . ibuhl, Kdwanl L. AUani- or .Norucii A lanm. J. -M. Amoiy of Anmry .x Sons, N'lson Asicl. lloliett ll. .tt rlmry . The ido Shouts, James A. P.akcr. Jr., Iknry Haumberger and .hum J Uniett. Morris Pencil. James Ra-covar. I'harles 1 lliitchlns, August 1-". Knnte iinil C. i:. Knoiila in ll Chiirks p. Itrltton. Kr.iuk V.. Iln.nley, Wln'hrop llurr, N'. I., i 'n: p iter, I'lar nice IMw.ird Chiipinan. Daub 1 I'haiiu cey, Hurry Content, Wlllla-ii II. De Hi veil. Mot gap Davis, ll.'c.-inl Do nlnlck, U. ); I VrrlH, stiiyv'ei-itiit i-wh. ..r'. Ai'li i Ai tholiv J. Drexel, ,lr M'i'e.l l.''Ks'e,n 1. r'r.inl.. into 11. ilrnii'M' II.ht II. ipltli'l-.. Itol t 11. Ilnln, II. II H.il- lend. I'ulKllte llovt. .If.. Leopold S. It.ielie, Stevvutt lilt", II. .1. r..ii'tioloin.ie, limre II. It.ii'liolor, Siillliiir V Umieli, W.lli.im ,. Ileldep. K llfi.-.n t.m.v.-i Itlllill'.'.", le. er ItlhlPl-ll. Ileliiv lllo-k. .;, ni.elli Roenlman. J I. His..lHV llvt, V I ti,v ell, ,l ,,,. . f lioiivler. Jinn ro-re J I .nr.lu. I'. It. U.-.v!., vVintltior. Hum-, llov.il'.l lt'itehe: . I. v.f.ur I., i'uIu., W It'.im T ' '.ill i v. ,iv . I" T. I'linnl. Lr. 1 ! 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 k i.'liiuiile'i, ithnr rurlh-, l'rederleli I.. I Minify. T. H. I'oppet. I'lmrw ll. I'e xvnt. Aiie-rt rrrfiielo- vv'l 1I..HI A. llraov. KiiL'ene vv..ltel .vial'li i ...seiiee mil xtliithi itee! l-1,,.rl..u Xt Weei.1,1 nm, nmif ..f 111.. f'uliH, hun coniii on for tlie limit with! ILirO Moore, h hotel nmn of Cha'ano. and Oae l.evvlsohn. who Mtfiied Willaid for the bout, and Serpt. Mull Major I'llt'ley of Hm-t i-ton will have in party I'aliirl. Meiioveu,. . noway lontiai.tor; Uon.ilil Alt I I'liil-i tp i era 1 inaniifre" of tlK Huston hi' Waller .1. t iiofvenor. eiiN'ra.'tni . and .1. I". D'i'onnell. a vvliolesal,: ma-oh In Jiid-.e Mmp.in .1. ii'llilen le.x will .e liiioinl o'Hrlen, W I'lalt nf Ti'a. e, Jordan A I'ralt ; .ImlHe illlih'liileevo and ither JildRCH, William letter, the liikuiir p'tvvd'r man. liai teserx'ed a .ox In It he in1. have A K. llrlaiiKer. William Henr und Jto'li '"ooper, Theodore 1. SlionlP. pien.lei t m tl. llliiM unruuKii, i.tin in vuiiinK in ins hnlrt for llvketi", and nn a nw'' he paid $300 for u pair yesterday. Auisuxt llelnioiu iiliio had to pay .'onMileiahlv more than the hox oltlee prlrii tor a pair, . REICH AND FLYNN BOX DRAW. r'.nrh Ii on Ilia Krpl nl Coil of Truth Itoiinil, Al Iteleh inn" lau I'oikv l-'l.vim Inni- I. jr.. . I tl Ifjltlll tltll I'litlllttu til !l ill- III' .,st nlKht at lite openlnir hhow of the stadium Athletic Huh, llehh inlithl t . ... ., ,.. , . . i,ae won ill itin'.i routine oui i e t.eeiiieii in lack any real rliiK knowledge 'ind Itepl fuislnic nrountl like nil iininleiir. twice, once for the fount of nine l-'or the next two iouihIk l''lyim tlldn'l i know where he wim nl In tli foiir'll I ..a .,., 11 ... ., , 1 1 .1 .. t .. I , . .,.,,'... I llin flKhtltlK Adonlh. At I lie IIiiInIi Iinil, wero well UHed lip. Itelcli liuil lo he llfl trnm lilu enritee ul II.A iluM ... each of the mat three rounda. MORAN END HARD TRAINING; ! AT SALE OF CHEAP TICKETS Chief Trainers Have Different Opinions WILLIE LEWIS, chief trainer end advlier of Frank Moran Tht- big liloinl is in better condi tion for this fisrlit thitn he ever wan for any previous one. 1 shall be the most disappointed man in America if Frank doesn't win the title with n knockout. His hands are in perfect condition. The championship for him is now only a iiuestion of hours. WALTER MONAHAN, head trainer of world's champion The bijr fellow is rlcrht. 1 think he is better train he was two days before he met Jack Johnson, lie showed it in his final strenuous workout. Jess has trained down to 250 pounds. He will enter the riiiL' Saturday night at about that I weight. Willtird will stop .Muriin, v - J WELSH TO FIGHT WHITNEY The H.llteni Spoiling I'hll famous by .lolm the ll.it her. will be the sci'iic of two real championship tights 'o-ttlitht Freddie WeWi. who Is to de fend his title a week later against Itenny Leonard at M.hIImiii Square ilnrdeu, will oppoio Frankle Whitney, the for mer iMrpenter. In a ten round Unit. Whitney gave Welsh a good right In At lanta lat New YmrV Pay. Johnny Kllli.tne, featherweight cham pion, who apparently has graduated to the llghlwe'ght ranks will meet Harry I Doiiahii of I'eorla In the other ten! round bout. ''"" " not ,r itii r. e i ;.,. .... r T,"... lit' H.i!tl ltl iiIkIiT "I liavi' fared liuti I """i" ".ru puncners nnii one aim iln'ln uf li.ml iitiiirhnt'4 ' as . wiih my "I made a ti.irt!cul..e stn.lv f I.eoi- s stjle the night he bused Pundce ami you may lest ns-iired thit I know how to anticipate evet move he m.ikes. I am not holding Leonard ili...iil. Par from i. lie Is a col king good buj I'ut I do not caie tu bo bu'ied hi advance.! I'll be there to the finish." , 1 f.ot I'li.ugei in i;, u- .:. en. mitiMni" Jack Plllon ih- liid'.iiiapol'i Xs-ia'sln. la ij op.lllon W'.il.ird Is b tar the s.t.vs he N coiiig to the tight S.ituiilny 1 -t of the 'ie.i weights. I'latik wl'.l nlglif. not so much to se Wlll.ird and , hi -k .i list te.i round"" Moral' I'slit, a- to make a clo-e study I ... , of lUtMIng Levlnskv. Levlnsky has' '" H''"" MniinR.-r.. fiieii'sh'sl l(.'i -mne of the mo-t In-I I'lmlrmaii l'reil Wenck of the State ni'isti-.g b.,tt! of hi.-cai eer The pelf ' Atl'i tic C.'inj'.ls-lo'i 'ind the tmlit initi ate ! 1 .-gain nt Hie 1 1 run, 1 was I "g'"''' aie in imother row Wenck Sporting i'hll. Tuesday night. The rilvnp:,' A i of Harlem will tut on tv.o t.. i i mind bout to-morrow n ght Ited Allen s Joe Hauon and illlc Ast.y - Abe l-'reldmatt. SMITH SEEKS CROWN HE USED TO WEAR , I Ih'fl'llt llsi I'dl'lllCI' ('lllllillt'l'lir in Aniiiti'tir llnvini: Toiii ihv nt N. Y. A. ('. W .1 e llollse t he Smith of the lb mix Church " . i good stcpg'nward jeciver i.'t!0iolitan boxing title at 1.15 when ic won lib wax to the pound m -lliial las: night In the second night of the metropolitan championship tour i. n'iii, wliii h Is helm; hi Id at the New York A. C. Then- wen- ipilck lln.shes lii many lie- bouts, some clued.! Kscmlillug kouts and in some of Uie piellml- i, i' es imitators or the whlrilng der iilies provided no eii, I of fun for the large crowd or cluli mepilieis. In t.ie 1 and I pound classes, how ever, the men wete sk'lled exponents of the art "f l,Mng and til- bouie were as In- t'"llng .is professional contests. In ni-iler to tr,.t hit,, tin, tliiiAll'lit igi n Smiili liiol to bring about a le vel sai of turtn as Ins opponent last night i was Walti r Kothe nf the t' nill-t A. '., ' who g. Iliad a decision uvc: him hi four loun-ls al the Pii.-llme loiiiuey hist ,..e: of tl'hill iln nll.i an.i.w I mtsil.iv. Mnltii showed a stralghler hi tli.it cive li . 111 ii It ml :n tlie tlrt-t " - .i.d I'l the efi'utiil Kullie jot -ive.-Soot i - .llild 'Vll'i etU r jjlr li.ihdt'.'s m l :i 'i e III I'' t v H ll up t Hi. s, ,ire. TJie l.i-i i nun.) ,is o tlin'.lir, .-.nit li le.lll. I C It lllet Old'. :.t UlVe 'V .IV liel'ole III" ll, . e lill.l. ! u ICntle In the t'loi'tlB H.ill' ,,t 'it. luitilil, 'I'll.. J.pld'fH (tlh. ii- ml. IJ. '.let- iM'lo !''.irli-s ir to IV eil t ie p liity r i .lU.ll'llll III. Ii.illt i ii..' her round ii. th. liill'. I'Oii.l 1....H i i. i.'i t t...M, IPIiil" lllriiM.li ,,f . ie 1 ,1,1,1,1 I.v - leelllii .l.d l-V.l Ills M. I lull, ill) of lli. .V.( ,, 1. .1 ,,11 tl,,' vv v , , I lo 111 ,. s ' . . ,V ,,f " , ., . ,1 I J ' 1 " J'l'' rowsli , I li.2 , T 1 . - '' "' "' ' t '" i hi- fl.ix iile.i.oii i .'., vr (I tin dei'lklmi Ills I'l.lVi I Ol IMITII JIMKeH. A- l,a;l,lll;'i of tl"' Trinity f'l'.ili had .i " "miinipii lloiy ot i;.tKt ! ''""' I"1"".! r..ni! ti 'lln.u. mi. iifler Lae'inian had 1m. et, !.., i-.. iiowi, in the He,.,,,,.! i. .Mi.i.. ! h.iil. i'i tin' 'Ivnl ii'nl stalled lhinj;s hi"' , wa;. h a loll to Hie nose Ihai tnaih limy uinviR. 'I'.ie JihIki'.s dlea'JI eed and in Die extra rnii'd llmv tongiil liltnsi If to ...x'.i.iimIoi, and fell t II,. lloo, ,. m'Ioii.i vvlihoill helnc li 1 1 at Iho time h 1 hie opponent. , " , lU'Urtl S tlVl srtllfllta UAIUI. , - . . l'-ri-l II l' e- M llllli: two-ve.ii olfli; I lll'IMll.'s ' vti iinittnii . Ism .te ., i.i ve ,,. ti..i.. ,,,,, .,, 1 1 . i ,t nil eoili ,si.ntil -K'ni I'nk '; li- Will . ... 1 '' 1 "' ,,"'."1 l:"'' t".'eenr.iiltt h ',',1'.'t ' i.,,. in. 'i: mini . , liinirn nt ti'i rnli,v i I his . H7, P.i ill. ulrr . . , Tli'iil Han tselliirj: lliree )f ar olil ill, vi ,n, .IK flllliiu.s M.ili-r in- Vswiin . . . V,,.''",., Illllileuli II !" Itlllf ltll.lfi.nl .. Ill !' I I I Uf ileiprnj in. l-'iinith Knee "m'IIiii.', Ihree ve.ir old ami llliw. It'll nil llllle .ll'il nne llll-liltm: .Vina, r ! Kill i.it , mi j';1,',',',' "' s'"l", I"- .M'IMIV 1111, ,.- I h'lllli Knee Slllllia- llllee.lelp nl.U 'in. I TuJ, f in. f ti nils ""'tear old. and ....u.,,,! l Chanee In I'r.iftiiii 111 111 i: m; i i".i 113 I j-i ,itili. PU'llrmvii ,11m .. ' Murt.irel O. Ill l.tieKy M.'teli UTiMiij Vord lul l,v ndni ii , 'Luiei's' l.nne I'ljSniiii.) D.i ' sixlli line Slliiu li iti.lltTip; tlirre e.ir- mil- linn iliw..in nil,' unit. I"! M'M1l' ii4-.iini.iMie. its in. li ,n u.1,.,1, A; .inim lir.ilnim. . ,, lt:I.M1i tn llonilwoiiil IJIlllirlta uj , IIIIOIIU I'" Appranllee allonancc clalmwl. CliHiiinion Hoars Six Fust Rounds, While ClinliVnmT Works for Movit's. j WILLARD SHOWS SNAP Jrn. Wltlard, world's champion, and Frank Mornu, challenger foi the title, who will meet In a ten round bout in Minllson Sipiare Uiirili ti In-ninriovv nlitlit. flnls'iied 1 anl training In iheli tespectho , afliTiiooji, which was a clop and brli-t-ginnasla eslerday nrtei-noon. 'ling combat The second team won, .1 Morati wim in the tinnds of the mow 'to -. and there was not u minute, which Ir.g picture people, who bought the film j was not stirring. Teiwi A did wine hard Hunts of the tight from the pugilist and i luck hitting, batting Hhawkey hardci promoter.-, for Ht'.uOd jestenlay inorulng. ith.in tlie score shows, hut behind Shaw Morati's Indoor c.xi'i -Im-m Iheivfore w em, key the second team fielded brilliantly moie or leis sie'!aculai and not en land took iiulck advantage of frciticnt ln'tn ilcial as the whole hearted pel form- j I i. n or the ili.iinploii at llw I 'loneer , Spoiling Club. 1 ttlllititl will be l In. Ii;iinl of Hi. made , niov'e i'i emt,i:s lo-d.iy. This v 1 1 1 menu i rej.e'.itlon o; Ills Indoor naming stunts and some llitlit M.niiig Willi Hi tuple. It"del and Mull. ih in. .le I'llll of lilnuer. Jest lioei only m iiitind" two will, e.nh of his M'arrlng par tin Is but he dl1a,ed initi-ii.it v)iti and Klnger. II" force, Ills punches with n n'rirper slum and brushed ii a bit on footwoik. duck ing and block.m.. I'imip Mule J.tek Hi llllde (he's Hot so llttl- when the champion Is not a.oiindi was mtliM loiiKhly u'd ,n Ids two round essioii. fof'willard kept hint busy a' tviidipg to his own defence. Although his corps of handler' arc- tl..l(le .Motan Is In jeifict physical coiiiirton I rank aip'ated a little drawn thl, Ti 1 AlIll,WHi ,,, (.x,..r 'rom Milwaukee, called attention to thl flll't 11 H Klt.lll 11 N ft it I'IfltltlAlt lit pm ill I t ll.' a wnmliriil clnit n." ald Andr. wH. "but I do no! Ilkr th-rhlndiVd lines tf tills Jaw Me should iect dur- lug the ! two days. I think he has lie-n on eike i little tco lon .He'll 'have, to be careful or he'll go stale. "Mil" in I- the inst coutlileli! fellow J eer s rc." Andrevs continued "and if no e . -nipt.- i' tnav be t peeted to give Will.i d the Little of til- llf, -'till this :.J!t to the clijlleiiger s .1111:1 ha- '.tiled on Itiekird at M.icll-,, S-U.tre liirdi". 1 foie noon esterday and not' tied the promoter that he would liav. to put oti two foiii round and one mx found preliminaries. This, the ehai- man iiecareu. ua ore o: the mixing rubs. W.-nck siiggestid that the ten round sen;.tti:l Is'tween Itattllng Ic- vlnsky and Jim Pl :in or Jim S ivage ' be cut to s. r- iuds To this ptoposltinu j It.cks.il objccfetl, bei nise he has inlM r-1 tls.-d the sunl-wlndiip as a ten round i'ffa.r . Illck I said the pr, iple are going to the Liai .Ii n to-morrow mcjit to see. Mo an and Wlllard. .i ml not a lot of trine or les Ule-omc piellmlnarles. He ibclared that he d.-lrcs to gle the punue me ne-i it,s.siine enitriailliiien and to minimize the sidelights a much as possible. Cities Itlekard changes tin length of the si-ml-w indiip the spec- la tors will hive to sit through twinty - 1 eight lounili of Isixlng livfore t ie classic Is started. Rtckard added that he will put the I italn bout on not lite than ;i.3n te- ' g.trdless of incoin enn nee. If he niut add thrte fonts and a six to the twoi tin louinlers he will open t ho il,-.t s at ; : n'clo.-k if necessarv and start the ore. I llmlnalles at T. olf.cials lllckard. It was slid yesterday after-1 ' h" score by Innings: iiiMin, was trlng to get In touch with; ..... n ,: the up-Statc Commissioners. Dwer and. ft" ; J J J J;i j Pr..n.). to have the pielimili.iry qucs- H.lltr.,slllk,,. ,, -shwsrt tlon siIUmI by them. .,n i W'.uteri. Plshet. Aletarider and Nuns Dan Morgan, Itattllng I.evinsk's maker Hits oft Shaw ke, 1 In wisn In- ,.,,,.. Insists tlcit Klreinati Jim ' miiK" Kuifi: 3 In two Iniilnts lilts .1 .ma-.' r. insists in. t r reman .tun , , .nnU Mu,,CIli Aril!(Vl Mr. Plynn shall be Levlnsky opponent ,,,,vern. iillli,.nlr) Maxee. :; H.iksr. fl,,p. 1 1 IIMI. .loliustljl, to w noni liirnaiu lias . turned over the in ,tti r, Insists upon Jim .Savage. si.eit Xcvt Rule for I'liiyitrT Pini.vpsi.i'in v. Marcit 2:: Th basket- ball game hitweeii !h Ptnvirs.lv of Pi nnsylvanla anil Princeton to decide Intercollegiate . ii:iiiip!imlilp will be ! t !TiitMl,iy. It li.it uie" 'itii dei'ldt'd to ' pl.iy tl'e K.mie at UYiitiii.i.i Hull, tlie Hi inn:isiiit of 1 mi The olllelal" II lie selei "ed eliortly. KlulsUv riei'leil I nptiilo. H.n nej Kl it.s's' i ll''l of 111,' II. f tt inn lot ' ; e.ir i' mi elr.' e,i . j i i ifi-i 1. , et m 'I I.' ' i ill lil tl.iVi i , s p ti ,. Mel ; ""e ' H" h '"'iL'f t ' M ve.-r With t1 e I l.l elr (e.llll VV 11 l IV .1 I '!' . ' xeli'llilii iv'.o will pl.iv .ilt.nii I X , In' I'l'le l.l.llhl, , I i H.il.llV - k V Klllll lll.l 11 flnim. lo l.eti.l T,...end W.i', ..?" 11 r .'"'.e n....- - , of net .vear'i live Tivo of the main- 'ntllVf. Of fill- .11" team Will HOI IH' ill. m'Iioo! when the r.. i -.e.ieoti roUs aroti.nl, , I aey are v n- .-.paih mm .ioe .n,i nr vietans .,...,. ie,,,,, are . ,., I't HOT SPRINGS RACING RESULTS - - Klr, n,,, H , , , . ,. n.i ml up-surd ii.ir ie.r 'v tt Imnri- Im-i I'l.nd. mi "l irpi j, "Ij'',,', t'' ','to '''s-eon V Puini i.n Ml itil-eri I I" 1 , te d . 3 In .,. thlr 'I Inn- I 1 1 ' I. -hi .In I, sun, 'I'.i l . 1 ll It I'rtli'lll.ili, In Ifer Hi'' Wllv rituiiiEle ltl.hi-i .nel .li" K lllirit.iin alt.i rati Sec, mil lti t'nr f.u r imt iiM net no I iv.ird. M-llliix. puis" final. lx fiirtitnir- fOllr Villain, I MS Ihteill ISI. 7 te 1 1 III I mil. vv.ill l.ilk"'. I'1! i M.' Ill", ll. t: '. . lil.; I. :t to 1 i ii.i even, m.-omI. i ii lirlmitnr 1 1 . v, i Mnrpliv i. 7 ti. ; tn I'i .iml I In I I . Ifil'tlip I. Time, 1:11 3 .. ill. Ita'i und Ml . uf i-'r-mes .tint rail Tlll'd lime Km tl,le vt .r ol, in nil, I lip ii ... . I I'I 'ellliiK; purh. IJ'mi, Hie ami a hi'f "u I nirlHli" Mi.lfl. 1i"l I lntl.lt. It in 1. , .... In til .11,-1 1 In .1. vmin. i ' 1 1 1 1 a In It'll. Its ' i; 1 i, Mill oh) l, 7 tn S, I I" '. ill-l I to r,. i-ei'niiil ,,, Mlir,.'n I'll, 'l lllenrvl. HI tn 1. 3 In I '"'.iti.l even, third. Time. t:u 3-u Tml "Id ! illhiK. spillllKUe S I "11 .'llll .l ll.lt HI. 1111, "I I ' Hls't ran t'H I l-'inirlh It lie- ll.ti'i.iii, Pit three-) i.,.f tOs I t, . mil i,iii..irl. pui--e I - 00 , line inllr ,,n . .....l, ....Is VI ... .i. .if I', r. I Ifni IVi.l I iir.iset. '. in 0 ; t, ', ii. i nut. won Ii . H nie . I"T iiiix'n'h I t . t m 4 , I int. .eeolel' .1.1. 'k 11. i,e '.l.l 1 .1 Hi I V I . s '1 I I. : t-t i -i.i " "' rime, I't'j i e llllis lli-'l I -tl I. II..,. I'.. . .' ll Itl'lH lltlll tl- I V' II 1 il . selling, pur-.' f.l''l. live .1 Hit ,. ll.. f i f,tlKM -,.,e I'.ilnl. ;n i,khii, t . I, to I ..ml i veil, vv-n; ,"iinit lle.irt, II lAllltirosel, .1 In 1 ,-ven ami 1 to eei mill. Vnrkville, I In iltuti.n. . In 1, V In 1 in-l even, llilnl Time. I H7 I r,. .vi.in.is hell, rl-'iir lllleui'li. wevlll.ti. Utile C.ip, lit) .'ire mill Hiiiivenit .iU.i rtn Miuvenlr won Imt win. illMiiiiiiil,-il fin r.iui filth 11 te I'll! llliei- -..i ii mil up vv.tt'l. aelliiiK imrn no mile nn t nv lit V .v.llili -m -V. mil. ' 11? ttltierll I in .i I in 3 inni ,ni mi ii,tvei-tr (Mnrplivi, tn 1. 7 e iiiid nut. net mio riltt Hlreuni, II'.' t Am misei, I In , n in .mil I to !, tlilnl Time, 1:45 !(. Uncle Ike aim run IiirmI lini-.'.it.il rldtr, run away and vvj. Ithdrunn. YANKEES INDULGE ih niltfilf mBI.IiIr.ft 111 yj V. Via 1 aUUiaa.U Seven Pontile IMiiys mid One Triple Flay Add Thrills t Fraetiee. SECOND TEAM IS WINNER Maixin, tin., March 23. Seven double pla.xs and a triple vht.v were flushed In the practice ionic of the Yankees this caws of hirdlrt-s base running by the leculnrs. The rrgiilars hail a lute chance to in In the eighth Inning, when two were on bases with one out, but I'apt I'eckllipatigli wa caught at Ihlrd hj' Arigoii on (he medheval hidden ball trick. This trick was put over while Duke Rirrell wa ciMcldng at third, light under his nose by the wilj rub.iti l'".ureil wtiM leudiiig a chw of tobjeco to Paddy Kallmann, and maybe couldn't w.it''i his plug mi, I Hie. base nt the same time. II iy Klslier went line iimlni'e and ilt lied all exiellent game for the regu lars. Although he lost he wasn't hit unite as hard as Shankey, who was on the mound for seveji Innings. It U-'l tll.f.ll. V. "..III...- U...I OAMLI'llh wiint.-i Id. veteran nitelier" m e-.i th I full benefit of It. The pine Inning didn't disturb Klslier In the least. I Three of the seven double plavs h well th.. trlnle i.biv were mull., iie i tie ! eecoinl team. I'eckltipnugh could have avoided tho triple with aleruic.n on the bases. He was on third. Alexander '"iii on second and Klsher on first. Mal-e lined what looked like a base I. It to right, and the base runners moved. Hoc Conk made a -hoestrlng catch and his thtow to tecoud doubled Alexander, lloone passed the ball on to Aragm, who touched Alexander sliding In whhh of course had nothing to do with the ir.ple because Alexander already was I out Hut when Aragon touched third that i'1'inpleted the triple play by re tiring I'eck. The litter was near home bare at the tune. What he should have done was to have held third until sure that Malsel's hit was safe. He could have scored whether or not it was caiisht. Th" batting of High. Cook and Hen drj. tlgured In the scoring of the sec. oml team and of rillhooley. Baker, t'lpp. Peck and Kislier In that nf the first te mi, A balk by Shawkey also counted in the scoring. The regulars threw awav another tine chance In the ninth. Mahel Hiugled and stole second with nobodv nut lillhooley hit to short, and Hoon'e thtew to Aragon and tunied Mal.'l luck. Tie latter was run down, and thru Aragon discovered tillln.oley peg. g ng for second He dashed over aiid egged that runner for a double killing, M igi followed with a slngl. which was wasted, Magev'n batting Improved to-day. H made two singles and a line drive. He received two new bats from his special maker In Michigan, and It was with one , "i inese inui n.- iiiuiuieo inc nail peiver j than he bad done for two weeks, Heelcles the case mentioned tliere was j one other Instance of lack of head work jby the regulars, although this one didn't i cost unvoting, (Jilhooley heaved a blill into the plate which dldu t do any good and allowed a base runner to advance, Tin- it gutars were outmanoeuvred all the way. 'M Sweine', the catcher. Is to Join Ml-'m diau's Toe,n club, according to mfo'imitlon received by the Yankee club I. . h. j eiirr i ' 11 in,- nil -i.nh j 1,"t,',nk' "i'"'!'-.'! lf1,'rsuEVi" It',,?- pu lllch' mid 'Mullen. Mullen! lln.n.e aint M-tiovern II mne snd Ar.tcun. .. pur l-e, K arid I'lpp, NtinauiHker tnt ll.iU. - Hiker. I"nn. lUk.r unit N'unj- I anker Triple plj-Oeik. llm" and -xiaB'n. Smart, Stylish, Beautiful If you had nerer hesrd of the HapmobUe and chtneed to ttt on of the tt6 models on tin itrtrt, on would lairaedltlrl.T pat it in thr claxx of the forrifn eipenilrc ctrx. Its low-hung, rscr tppesrance is tytHcil of the highest-class product of the European detiinsrs. No other car on the American market has this low. racy appearance in such degree as thr ffupmobile a quality which not only grrex H unusual style, but steady riding. Chas. E. Riess & Co., Inc. two Broastwar, at 5ld M. raaata Orel ll ntrPatOHII.K COM PANT OT NBW TORK Wholenal. WarehotiM, 1 T4 Bnt.rtway f'l-a.ni:cr Tourlnc Car or Twa-paJMmctir nHd tl.r, ll.OIS. HTrn-pativn(r Taorliir I'.r It ."Ji Prtt.i F O. n Uetrell . li t Mill . uprioi ofor ror Hup mobile i.i'rtwiMnill r a a I'rlie JtinM fcC5v5L VOL fltfctS?. SIXTEEN GAMES TO DECIDE SET. Johnson rompellril to tlo Ilia n-l lo Brat I nner. Hosto.v. Mnns.. Mntvli I'laV III the I lnigwooil I'rlcket fllih's mituial covered roiirt tennis tournament began this arter- . noon with a small list of entrants. Six ! slliKlcn matches wi le ilayed, the best of which una that between II. ' .Johnson and (I. T. incr. dr., of I'hilndelphla, who Is one of Harvard' all round i athletes, Johnson was the winner of last gear's touinument. The first set stood to 2 In his ravo', with one more point neees. sary to give him a vetory. Then Caner buckled down to a slashing attack and tae set went sixteen sanies beforo John sou took It. Johnton plays It. Norrli Williams and Irving Wright meets M. I'. tlardner, Jr.. In She seml-flnHh'. The smniiurles: Flr-i Ituiind- tl T. Caner. Jr., Plilla- letplilH. ilefisitl ll. It. M. Kelllher, rtlll fruiif I eo, l. B 0. Irving W. Wrlnht. Hie.u,ii, itefwte.1 ll. W. Wlirhtmiin, 3. Se'ind"llnun,l -It. Norrls Williams Jr., Cambridge. .lefe.Uiil J, S. I'falTruitti. lie--ton. -n, ' 5j H. V Oardner, Jr., ll.tim, ilefented 11. II. Mskltini-, Prnridenee, 1 C, K.-l, K 3; Wrlglit defeated Jimeph Whiel-rlh- llolnii. i; -1. 4 . a; 11. c. Johanna. Hunt nn, defeated Cam r, !' ,. 64. COLUMBIA TO PLAY HOCKEY. lli'iirKiuiUeil Ten in Will I'lny 7th Heirlment nt .VfW It Ink. At a nwithig held at I'olumhla I'tuver slt yesterday, at which were pn-i nt gfndttutc nthhllc illtector Harry Klsher, giaduite hockey coach It. Trimble and J. Webb, captain of the Columbia I'm etsit;. hockey (nun. It wu dccld'-d to reorganize the las:key tesm, which hud disbanded This decision was arrived at as a result of the offfr of the I'alaeo be Skating Itlnk ul Ulst street and St N'eholas avenue to give the Hlue and White tile u-e of the rink for practice and for hockey games. A a result of sin ineffectual rtTort throughout the winter to maintain an outdoor rink on South Held, onposlte tho Columbia Library, the Mornlngskle Heights olavers were compelled to cancel n" previously arranged games to have pn played during the winter The rc- organlxetl Hlue and White seven will meet the Seventh Regiment team at the I'alace Rink this evening. CRICKET RULES CHANGED. Over Will He l.enirtheneit to Tea Rail, hy l.oml l.eaitae. A radical change In the pl.iylng of the championship games of the Metropolitan District Cricket League this season will be Introduced as the result of the action taken h the delegate" at the annual meeting held In the Sheldon Hulldlng In Hrnoklyn eterday tl unanimous vote the exeeiitlve committee decided to lengthen th" over to ten bill" Instead of ix. Although the longer over Is by no means a novelty, having been emplojed for some .earu in the Halifax cup com petition of the Associated Crleke.t Clubs of Philadelphia, all the governing bodies of cricket In New York and vicinity have until now strictly adhered to the rule of the Marylebone O ickft Club of Lon don. The secretary reported the receipt of word fiiitn Philadelphia concerning daten set aside for the New York team In Uie annual Halifax cup competition as fol lows: June 10 and 24 and July IS and J? In New York, June 27 and IS an July 11 and 12 In Philadelphia. TIGERS CANCEL FIRST GAME. Deride Not to Try to Play Baseball In MnoiT To-morrow. Princi:ton, N. J.. March 23. Prince ton's first baseball game of the season, scheduled for this Saturday with Gettys burg at Princeton, has lieen cancelled. Tlie weather and ground conditions also nuke It extremely unlikely that the Tigers will lie able to ptay agalni'. Seton Hall the following Wednesday. In that event the opening game of the "eason will take place a week from Saturday, when the Vlllanova nine cornea here. Coach Clark of Princeton Is supple, mentlng the work in the c.ige this spring with weekly Uu-eball talks In the eve ning, with a view to teaching tlie men some Inside baseball and pieventlng such breakdowns a' critical moments as marred the play last season. ".pinner Xlake .Mne Polnla. The senior dass defeated the Juniors lr. the intercl.its basketball tournament held jestenlay nt the Coll,,e of the City of New York. The scote was IT to H The winners started early, scoring eight lo',nts before the Juniors made a basket, Spinner, forward ful the graduating classmen, was the individual star of the game. He si .ireil nine points. Cohen played a star game for the Juniors. That mmdtrnUmg rear nprimy on the BmmekMe is St Mae Imp. Wtmr ftrt ami fmr Mo. Two imehn wide. The big maht leaf mmde of chrmme rmmaJiam steel. That's about mil that could be said about a ipratf if it cmt as much an the whole ear. JACK COOMBS PITCHES REGULARS TO VICTORY Uodisi'i's' Voffrnii d'ot's Nine I ll li f ii mill Benfs Colts bv t in 5. iMYfii.VA. Ha.. March 23. Another game with big league trimmings was Pla.ved lietweeit Robinson's regulars and coIIm this afternoon. The regulars won, 0 to S, The contest was fotighl out un til the ninth liame. The veteran Coombs pitched the full nine Innings. He In the llrst of Ih" Dodgers' twlrlera to go tin full nine Inning- Opposed to him were Appleton nlul Prles'e, The one lime Mack man shaded the Uldi at nil times, even though he had pln.iciH on tho bases ipilte frc nuently. The end of the eighth Innig found the score at the till, Willi Coombs and Piieie doing the twirling. Jack blanked his oprHit'ints In their portion of the llnal frame. Stengel, tin- Hist in iti gp foi the tegulars in this Inning, dtove a brtic double ,i ceiitic and w.is ehasnl iicros.' the plate with the winning run on h !eiu single to left by Wheat. Pilch.- f II iinil Inlleider b'tiret are suffering from slight Injuries Rube Mar iiuaid plaed centie for the legulnra and c.irricd on the honois m the outer garden". To-morrow Capt. Ditibcrt will iititn lo Del.ind wit '.i a team of mixed players to play a icttirn gamo xrllli the Stetson 1'nlvcrslty. Tlio sccic by Innings; it ii. i: r,.it n n n 4 n o t o o .-. p i ltguijir. . . .. '-' n " '-' o l I ' 1- Lineup -r'olt. ll,. kuiaii. i r : oiinn, i Miiwre)-. .'lb L XtlttT. I f . Mi Car-y, lb ; Stiveimnn. -n.; .M. Win at, e llu.'k'r. r. f; Appb'tnn. p . Prles'e. p Regulars. K'Mnr.i. .. tlauhert, lb.. Htnge, r, f. , Wheat. 1 f., f'ut"lln. 1'b . !IZ. .'lb. Mf) l T'. C.i Coombs, p; Msruiurd. e f Suniuisry : To base hlt -M.iro.uar, I. utengsl. App'e ton, Is Mllbr. Olsnn, MeCartj, Sai rlllee Good-Bye to Care The trip South ii vacation in itself a reithil invigorating voyage brimful of tun ihine. fty deck activities and inttreiting friendships when you travel by the Mallory Line'i iteamrri from New York direct to Key West, Tampa, Mobile, Galveston Alv affording excellent xrvice and direct connections for Miami, St Petersburg, Palm Beach, Havana, etc. Now ii the time to make the trip. I when the social season at the big resorti is at its height. Meal,, passage and berth are included in one low fare. CLYDE-MALLORY LINES l or rr---Tatlon Mrvl lltrraturr mil Jt CITY TICKET OFFICES: 290 and 9S8 Broadway New York or sddresi ARTHUR. W. PVK. Passenner Traffic Mner Pier .HI, North lllver, New York BERMUDA NATURE'S FAIRYLAND Roond Trip on "tnimrr, tii and Up, S. S. EvangeUne' t. Vs.'.,vvV. From N T alternate Tjf. . Tnuri. h Su S. S. "Bermudian" atllDc from N Y raib Wrdntaiar. lit . I 1. IH'llltlllulerUlie. utiOBl West Indies "PAUIMA." April 14. Tor booklet, npnlr to Uueliei- n. . Co., .11 llrna.luiiT, N. V , lo. Cook A Son. .'P. and -'''I it vaj, .w lii,1 I'l ttli At : It union,) t Whifoniti. : (Ih At ; O K. M inter.. 1 :ts li'a: ITauU Tonri.t Co. "V tlw.u" lit liicie. Kii poita a H'ard. 3C9.il Mli At ; McCaun'. Tour., i.fv K'i CUNARD Ct.blthl 114. EUROPE VIA LIVERPOOL . 0KDUXA Fri.. .Mur. 'J4, NOON I TUSCAN I A SAT.. APR. 1. 1 A. U. CAI.ll'OltM X ... KM',. APIt I, 10 A. M. CAMKItO.VIA . HKT XPIt 3.', 10 A. If, n Rout, to Oia.cow. NEW YORK LONDON tANUAl.lA 1 IIUll.. AI'IC. ti. It A. U. I'AN.NUNIA rMT M.VV s. 10 A, M ICalltns nt lUllfaa. BOt7D THE WtlKI.ii TOUBS. Tir.iith aoktrit. to all principal pert, al Ih orl. OOktrAM'a (If I ICK. tl-tl Null s. c. American Line AMERICAN STEAMERS I Under the American Flat; N. Y. Liverpool. Pier (2, N. R Noon I -iiii.nieipiii.i M.tt '.'.) M I onl- pr I White Star Line N. Y. Liverpool, Pier 69. N. K.. Noon l..pllllil r. - IImIIIi- Vh. p. (II TH t , 11 ll' V4 xt , V el. inni. i it,., (r FRENCH LINEliBOSfo Cuinp.flile i.eneriile IriuisiiiUnllijiie i'uisi,i, isi, in ii r. Sailings for BORDEAUX ROCHA.MliEAU . . .Apr. 1, 3 P. M. I ESPAGNE Apr. 8,3 P.M. CHICAGO Apr. IS, 3 P. M. LAFAYETTE ....Apr. 22, 3 P.M. Klllt INI'lHtMAflllN AI'l'l.V COMPANY'S OFFICE n;: OI.ll IMlMIMtIN LINK, To all polnta . Couth and Wilt, lli.ry verk U.y, I'. M I Plar ii. North Hlv.r. Tl, SSOO rranaltn. ! tTrAiiiiip nrarrs n. BD7 pH. omcUl Ar.t all '.Inn. I Barmnad A Whltrnntb IV., in ,1th .t x t, M'.MIINIS AVIKUIIAN .r .Siininv. vvveiieu, lieninurl.. I A t Jolin.on i. Co . In. ., A;ta . 1 U viay. h 1 CANAPI.XN PA( iriC nAlTw'ATCOr llll Broadway. N, T. Cllj. hit Rucker. Ktolm bsses tlauhert Mi. gel, Mowrey. Double plnj. t)t,4 Cutuhiiw to rmtiherl ti .Mccr siru,v out I.v Priests, 1 ll.i t... on I,,', Ai i.'ooinlis, 1', Appleton, I I'rlss i, j iiT,, off Appletun, s In ,lx nihil.); nit . 4 In Iwn liinliigs, W ml pitea- -i.oo nii ' rime, 1 i-J4. Citiplrrs-a In ne aim Mai:,; .lllutny Johnston, the Pnelile iha-i einl fielder, who has been itotdlnr; out for , large salary, will ieort to Maiiugf Rubliison to-morrow. C. C. N. Y. SOPHOMORES WIN. Thej' Carrji llff Honors In T.fltin Yard Rein) Itaer. The sophomore cIii-h of the Colltgq 0 the City of New York captuied the 7,5(10 yard rilay In tlm carnival held m tt,, college g.vmnaslilm .serday iifutnocii Tlilst Is tlm Ihlrd sucicchvc Vlctorv ff,r the second year men, hav ng prev ,uly won th" ".OOP yard and l.finu yr, lajs. The Junior clasn finished orui III yesterd.iyv. race. Tlie sophoniotes won easllv t , ,re former P. S. A. I., mile champ.ic, tna i his llrst ntipearatK e of the setison rr t ,A lflK class and ivs lend off man pn, ,is teammates, a lead of half a lap Tn , lead was gradually increaMM by " 0 other men, and ljind, ancl.. ttm, finished nnu'c than n lap abend of Wibr pals of the junior class The summary : "i)1 Yard tte! - Won i j' v. Mc-lriith, Tinker. Vivos, latin- ;j iSehotlnmn, Selm.irt. Weinlu r- sl.',ipt Veherpln, s,.(,iti,, !in i berg. Peiiuch. Hablwln. .X u. ll ., i IDL'O i Diamond, fleet liuet i- , , Ito'ofik) . fourth Tint' ml- i seconds. I'nlil Trimni'e Clgnriniiker,. Tampa. Ha.. March M -1 r! n Cubs ali-l a local letini of Cuban -.c makers engaged In a batfest hire i ..!,, , the Cub" winning by a m ore of 11 to p Tlte ccorc : II l Cllt'KIl" Cubs . ,, nns l l :j i it ;i . . '.' o l I ii -pi H . T ( obit's Lost It I n u I nrns I p. Ct.vctNN'ATf. March 2.1. Ty Cbn , to gt back Ii'.k to"" diamond t ng w lie lost two week- lio It has ilfs, found by a little boy and he will turn it over to the vetirati hall toster LINE Winter Cruises T tht Aaxerlcaa Mtiittmaiaa, caaslitiai af Mparilt r caabiiad Uari af 10 ta 23 day,. HAVANA nd polnta In Cuba Excellent golf on the noted Havana Country Club coure; splendid surf bathing at gay Marianao Beach;modem, com fortable hotels. NASSAU In th gtahamM A wonderful climate. Soft breezes and balmy air. Tennis, motoring, golf, pony racing. The finest game-fishing on the Atlantic. Sailinp rich Tkuiidtr al twoa and Sitijc'ir tefnini it II o'clfick Lanje Amenrtu r"!' KTw firrthjj. lO.COOtcMdaplarMnrel. und the Amrnran Hit Dioid deb, lur loom and ipkndid tvwnt. Low ratei of panaf e, including mtali aad atateroom accommodations. Wrf.rfrJi NEW YORK AND CUBA MAIL S. S. CO. Mr 14. E.R (HBtni nivt Oi Mlhentad ncket ilaicr el leut brtu BERMUDA Special Toura to thin delightful laland retort by fine Stemmliip' EVANGELINE" I'ndrr .IwirnVnn ' el Milllo i Xl.ir. h .'ID, tprll ! "BERMUDIAN" Satllna I vert Xe.lii.-iUt Kite il.ys ,,r liniu'er. hit Initial s itatrrtHiiit herth. Hot. I il-l e Incluaive Fa re a $23 ami up. Make reservations tun. .. .ii.nt VlKlllllUll'll Ticket ancl Toura Kvcrvwliere THOS. COOK & SON M.ri ltrMi1u,.( ','tit I tfili tinif .it;, riiih w,, ,mui i.x.t.ixx.i s l.lllKl.l X mill I I lit 1 1 X Itlsuiiis AU eulOoor 1 n t t It I -1 I. s ' 1, 1 ni, w - V FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON $3 5lr. M pier 14, S K, ft fti at t, 00 p at It ink. NT ltbdoo tNerv.lili) line, nr 40, N K. fl HfjuMini r 'it. nly, ( JO 1 M . Piar '0, K P. St.. e o-i p xt iv Ifuveii Mne, r . , .i ft C'.tllbrlne ,l n--k ,p . u pi.r ;o, ft t: t llriiltfeiiurt l.ttie, m, t. rirr i. ii it u a a:o at., ll. n a. u. ti ' ti l in. i'i nut n BOSTON $2.65 PROVIDENCE 1 Sl.fiO COLONIAL LINE Ol I - I 1 I.KlHPh i (i. I'ler t'J. 1' trt. . -Phnno ft" in U'ori'e.trr. S'.'.i'.n, I'rov nleiii e Hire, , (ii iiih. -rx i r.iiuiivis si in HmIIv. Ineliidlnir simii,,. v nn i i rrmn 1'iei r.i 1 it I e i ilv Tl lo- i ntl I'l'IllW, I'i In m. .l lllr.tt, XIXIM -sllVMsllll t I n l mAV'V.m!'.; ,x PORTLAND Ketliii . si l ures Ml Pnlnts I'l - lot ll BERMUDA rleVleV lmirs, - .