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THE SUN, FMDAY, MARCH 31, 1916.
Tennis Dates Announced Giants Defeat Fort Worth Yankee Pitchers Show Fine Form Against the Chickasaws RODSCH'S CATCH SAVES THE GIANTS NEW YORK GETS CREAM OF NATIONAL TENNIS MEETS YANKS WIN ON EVE OF GAME WITH REDS ORGANIZED BALL WELSH TO MEET LEONARD TO-NIGHT IN TITLE BOUT ATTACK ON BOXING BLOCKED BY SENATE PREPARES DEFENCE Singles, Junior, Boys and Challenge Round of Doubles Championship Awarded to West' Side Club Record List of Dates. Second Championship Battle Within Six Days to Take Place at Garden Both Englishman and Challenger Are Clever. Ho Ticvciils McLnurin's Drive From Scoring Tying Run in (ho Ninth. New Yorkers Break Down ClilckasawH' Pefenec in Sixth Inning. President Tener Loaven for riiiladelphifi to Consult Lawyers. I 1 1 1 1 1 1 i iiii 1 1 Kcsolti.inn, Axkin? ('oiiiiniNsion for I'ik'is, In Sciil In CnnillliHiM'. KllA.MI.it IN GOOD FOIIM Kort Worth, Tex., March "P. The TaTithfru ilrew It fine with the Cllants gaJn this afternoon, hut once more mere beaten by one run, the store being 4 'to X The Texatis could not score off flay Kramer, who pitched the tlrpt nve In ning, hut found Ferdinand Hchupp for three runs In the seventh. They had t runner on base Iti the ninth when nouwh ended the same with a splendid running capture of McLaurln's drive. Thero was somo excuse for Hrhupp'a wlldnrss to-day. Keforo the game ho worked In the outHeld nnd warmed up, not knowing he was to llnlsh the Ktvme. oon after play started tlio temperature dropped rnpldly iui the result of a "norther" and when Kehupp started to p.teh he was shy on control. Manila's Inllcld hit, r double by Jakey All. a bare on Kills to Hcttst, the wild, est pitch seen In Texas this spring nnd n Inlleld out produced the three runs anil caused acting Manager Ioylo to tend Anderson out to warm up. How ever. .Scltupp rot throuKh In the eighth, though he walked another batter, and In the ninth he struck out a pinch hit ter. Manager Mctlraw did not come over to-day. Fort Worth presented Fentress na the first pitcher, lie Is supposed to be the bet In thu league. The Giants landed on him for rlvo hits In the Unit two n.ngs. one being a home run drive ver the left flcld fence by Arthur Fletcher. Capt. Doyle. Mcrkle and Fletcher ted the shelling brigade, each having two h!C. Poylo opened the fifth Inning with a trlplo and scored on Benny Kauff'a sacrifice fly. The fourth snd List run S9 mad" off Trotter, who relieved Fentress In the sixth. Fletcher greeted him with a single, and stored on Wen Jell s triple. Benny Knurr managed to register a lean hit to-day, nnd Ills sacrifice fly w... .mother lone drive. In his anxiety tn drive the ball out of thu lot Knurr .1 hitting at Uid pitching and not sett ng good results. The Giants played nn errorless came sra.n to-day, and none of the Panther tot br.vond second base whllo Kramer a pitching. Kramer struck out rive, ai.u .tiiuvji seven, uui even men it was tot an easy victory. The locals plucked Kramer for six hits, but no two came toother until the fifth, and a. double p.av prevented a run. T!i gamo was tho last appearance of the Olants In north Texas. They left this temporary headquarters to-night for .tension, whero they play to-morrow. Iltcher Kramer, who worked to-day, was sent to Utile Itock to-night to Join the colts, with whom he will get more work. MrtSraw fancies the Intelligence of this quiet lad from San Francisco, and will kiep him with the alants this season If j.lble. Tho bcore: NEW YOftK. I KOKT WOIlTIt lit) h II ft . ah h h .. Burm.lf.... 4 o t i D M el.su nn. If 3 j ; o n t)Pile.''b. 4 3 0 1 O'siow.m 1ihrrt 3b Kiuff.cf. . Mrklc,lb,. rietcher ss flous-h.If., Wendell.e.. Iinnill.C Kramer.p.. Scriupp.p.. 4 0 3 3 0 Vclver.rf 3 1 0 0 0liinler.lb 1 1 9 0 0 N-herer 'f 4 : : i omhiki.i.ju. 4 3 10 0 AU.'.b. ... 3 1 4 3 0,IVtt.,e... 1 1 7 0 0I(ee p J 4 4 1 4 n 5 0 f. : i i: i o 4 0 5 0 0 4 : n n 4 12 4 0 : : : : o t 0 0 I) 0 3 10 3 O.rentre.i p... 1 0 0 I 0 10 0 1 0 tWoodsll...: 1 o o ft o , iTetter.p.,.. 1 0 0 0 0 Total .. .35 11 37 It 0 JWraltem... 1 10 0 0 I Totsls ...33 107 14 1 'Hatted for netts In the ninth inninr. Jutted for Ventre. In the fifth Inning, tlutted for Tretter In tho ninth Inning. N York 0 3 0 0 1 t 0 o 04 Tort Worth 00000030 b-S Jluns-Doyle. Fletcher 3. Rmifh. Manila. Ati Hetts, Innlnn illiii.-.l 11 v Fentress. 1, br Kramer, i Kut,-Of! Fentrrss. 3: on Tret r 1 Hlts-OrT Fenlre... : off Kramer. 0. T.o bw Int. -.Stow, ilett.. Ati, Three haw iu'a l)o)e, Wenilell. Home rim Fletcher. Vel-n b lltinter Sacrlfiee hit Si-hupp, '.enfn-e tiy -Kaiift. Struck nut -ily Kramer. bv I et'ire.n. j bv b'hupn, 7. First base ri hail-(jrf Knurr... 1; off Sflinpu. 3; off ''ir 1 l.ft on tiiw. -Np York, 1; Fori "onli ; Double plav Kleleher. Dnylo and Merle Wil.t pitch N-hupii. Tropin tvjr le.i Time hour slid 40 niinulea. DODGERS REACH WASHINGTON. In I'Iih- Mmpr to C.lvr Nenalor lloiflp Tn-iliiy i:iilirla llnpfful. siiiNfiT")N-. .March 30. The Hrook 'odgers re.iclicil here shortly before I- islit from Jacksonville. To-morrow : open a two day series with the Hen tor." .Cfordlnj to roc Hart there Is ot h suggestion of u sore, arm or le In '.lie Hronklyii party. In tho opinion of lantger Koliliisoii tlip team looks to be .'.0 per cent, better condition to-day "Inn whi-i It lift Florida a year ag. i;oh i.. h only problem Is how to cut '!.. Iu Miua, to tin. twenty-one player "' .May 1 Only one of the- young "r will reach Ilrooklyn. With tho lep turc of Owdbred, Trieste and Stev r?np m the last null Colwell Is tho "ity new tnirler tlitit has appealed to Hie manjKor. Nt a word has been heard from 111 Ver.- about reporting. When he does How w,i have to go nt a much faster t' r tlun ho did last year to get his old ivi hi , m cntro (l-ld. In keeping Johnston, Hickman and -Miller Koblnson las shown his belief In preparedness. Jjdi!lnk- from tho showing of this tlio 'hi' -IB the sei.va with Hie Athletics in Horiila tin- .utire outlleld will have to a iinpiovcmcnt over last year'B or, u, i,M lc-iilar berths. rrrnient Uhl.rts, who has been with the tai,, for nearly a month, la iccom-I-ariing u north, lie Is greatly pleased '!t hi" playirs and the outlook for a rontender for thu .Vatloual I.eaguo pen rnt thi ear. ei,lliri, win Kshlhltlnii fianie. W A.m.MiTON, March 30, Washington Ar.i..ri, ti League club defeated Catholic lni(-rit In an exhlblllon game this Jfti riKxni by a score of 0 to 0. Pitchers I'umont and Humphreys for the profes-s-oruh did not allow it hit ami only two WeKians r ached first base. The ncore iY InnlngH . whtni;liiii 003OSO00 x 13 I lllholl" t nlT .0 0O00000 0 0 0 4 Httrle. Dumnnt, Humphreys and tt?i,.y 'iharrltvj .lohnnon, Kahey snd shite Umpire Woolwrd. Martin In l.vail Orapplers, e'f'i-'Tii IlKTiiLEiiKM, l'a March 10, B'snley Manln of Kingston, l'a waa o-iUy utiarilmously elected captain of hn Unlverslty'H wrestling team for wxt seavm, Martin Is the 12S pound Mwelleclttte champion. Hy graduation Jhlitri will lone KlrkhufT Hies, the J35 Wun, champion; Levin and Hcrugga. "wtello (JoieJ and Thomas will be back "xt year, In addition to Jsnnes Tarrlsh. Mi ,0' ffhafer and a large number of i.!"1. tf'xm mtn- Oeorge Ksllrer of 0ifjton was elected manager of the 'eaUley to Coach Carteret l.ads. Osanqe, n, j Man h 30. Andy Coak Si. 'x-haguo pitcher, will coach the l " ,of ' srteret Academy. Orange, dur. If . h""1"ll season. He will b with 'ails mornings. The longest list of dates for tennis tournaments that ever haa been pre pared In this country was acted upon favorably and made pubtto yesterday by tha exccutlvo commute ot tho United States National Lawn Tennis Associa tion. Morn than S00 fixtures have been awarded to clubs In all sections of tha country, ranging from the Arltona State championships, which began last week at the Country Club of Phoenix, to the Longwood covered courts event, which starts In Uoston March 2G, 1917. New York again has all the biggest plums or the tennis pie. The champion ship of the Unltsd States In singles will be plaved at the West Bide Tennis Club, Koreat Hills, U I,, beginning August 2t ,as will the national junior, national boys and the challenge round of the national doubles championships. The national indoor championships for jun iors will be played at the Hevsnth neglment Armory, starting the day after Christmas, the men's national in door championship singles nnd doubles will le contested on tho same courts beginning February 10. 191", and on March 12 the women will begin compe tition fur their national Indoor titles at the Seventh Kegiment Armory. The other national championship events aro pretty well scattered. The supremacy on clay courts will be de elded at the Lakewood Tennis Club, Cleveland, Ohio, commencing June 24. The first of the national championships Is that for women which will be played lit the Philadelphia Cricket Club, start ing June 0. The mixed doubles will be played In connection with this tourna ment. The local season will start and end at the Essex County Country Club, West Orange, N. J. A women's Invitation tournament will pry the lid oft the local season at this club on April 2$ and un invitation mixed doubles will draw the curtain on the season nt the same club October 12. The local sea son for men will start with the Har lem Club's annual tournament, start ing May 13. The campaign for the national cham pionship will start in earnest in the Kast on July 24, when play begins In the annual tournament for the famous longwood bowl, now held by Maurice K, MclxURhlln. After this tournament, which will be played at tho Longwood Cricket Club. Itoston. the stars will Journey down to Seabrlght, N. J., where they will compete for the Athens chal lenge cut. which Is at present hem by Klchard Norrls Williams 2d. Thl tour ney will Mtart on the historic courts of the Seabrlght liwn ' Tennis and Cricket Club and will nnleh In time to allow the ranking players to start com petition the following Monday in the invitation tournament at the Newport Casino. The Utter event will close on Satur day and after a day's rest tho top notchers will lo tneir nnai tuning up for the national championship at the Meailow Club. Southampton, L. I., In the annual Invitation tourney there. The bigger fixtures and those of local Importance follow: Atitll.. 13 OJal Vlle Tenuis ciub, Nnrdhott, Cal., open tournnnieitt. 23 Vedsrto Tennl. i'lh, na. fut-a rlianiitlon.hlp of t'uba. imiri I'nunty Country liub. We.i l)rtise, X J , nvituen's single and double., ripen. ney i nse i .up, , nevy Lnmr, MJ ; annual Imitation tournament MAY. 5 -Vnlversltv of I'enn.ylvanla, I'hllailel ulils, I'.; Inter.chnlu.tlc tournament, 11 lUltlmore i-ountry Club, llsltlmore, Mil.; Murylsnd Mate t hamplon.hlp. a Princeton University Tennl. A.snrla tlon. Princeton, X. J.; Intemholtatlc tournsmtnt. ..... IB Harvard t'niverilty. Cambridge, Ma".: Harvard Intersi.'huU.tl': tourna- '"ill Harlem Tuniil. iub, New York, N. Y ; minimi tournament. 1.V Uinf noo.l Crlrfcet Club. no.ten, Mif.; New Kngland Interscholitatlc chain- '"'tS'-lfeat Side Tennl. flub. I'nrert Hill, I, t ; women's metropolitan champion- '"'I Tuxedo fiub. Tuxedo, N, Y ; Invita tion tournament I Manhattan double.). ;k,sw York laian Tennis liub. New York; lirnnx county chsniplonililp. 22- Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Scar borough, N. Y.j Invitation tournament. 2:1 I Villain Country Club, I'elbam Manor, N. Y.i women's invitation tourna tnenl. , , 20 Kings County Tennis Club, Ttrooklyn. X Y i Junior ihaniplonahlp of Ung '"'am'-'KIUdbeth TnBn Jn) tnlinlr,. cUb, lllUabeth. X. J.i open men's doubles tour nament. 27 Ussex County Country Club, West Orange, N. J., mixed doubles tournament, U,'27 Columbia Counlrv Club. Chevy Chase, Ml,: middle Atlantlo tournament anil mlildle Atlantic preliminary national teitlunil doubles. 27 - Hrae Hum Country Club. West New. Inn. Mass ; Massarhusetta maps cli.iniilon .liln iloubles. ... 27 (.unity Tennis Club of eatrheater, llartsilale, N Y ; championship of east ern New York Mate. 27 Marine and Flel.l Club, Brookln, N, Y : open tournament. iti Merlon Cricket Club, Ilnverford, Pa.; women's championship of Pennsylvania anil Ua.tern S(ute. ltd flreat Neik Country Club, Oreat Xeik station. 1.. I.: Nuasau and Queens lounty chumplonahlu. JUNK. a Country Club uf Westchester, West rhestt.r, N. Y.i annual Invitation men's tingles snd doubles 6 Ainackassln Club. Yonkera. N, Y.i an nual tournament, ..,,, r. -Philadelphia Cricket Club, riilladel phla. !'.: championship of the United States; women's singles, double and mixed Morrlstow n Held (.'tub, Mrrlton. N. J . New Jersey State championship; men's slnsles. double, and mixed doubles. I, Hartford ilolf Club, Hartford, Conn ; New llngland lmmplunshlp. s Sunnlngilale Country club, Mount Ver non, N. Y ; annual open tournament. in lamgw ooil Cricket Club, Iloalon, Mass. ; Massactiusetts Nuts vhamplunahlp ''"o'lTiironxvllle Athletic Association; Brnnxvllle. N, Y.i Metropolitan champion- ,hj2 Merlon Cricket Club. Hsverford, Ps.t Pennsylvania Statu championship men's singles and doubles. 12 Wllmlr.itnii Country Club, Wilming ton. Del,; women's championship of Dels- "Is Ardsley Club, Ardsley-on-lludson, N, Y. women's Invitation tournamsnt, 17 ,w rtocholla Tennis Club. New Itochelle, N. Y,; Quaker Itldge champion- 'hllAUburg Athletic Association. Pitts burg l'a.i cbamplonshlp of western i'enn ylvanla; men's singles, doubles and mixed U"l7lor' 24 Delmnnto Country Club. Del monte, Cel.: Paclflo coast championship. 17 rtichmond County Country Club, Dongan Hills, N. Y.i. men's Invitation doubles tournament. ID Orang Lawn Tennis Club. South Uranse. N, J.i middle Stalss tournamsnt, 111 Crssesnt A thistle Club. Ilrooklyn, N V,: wom.n's Invitation tournamsnt. 10 Wilmington Country Club, Wi lining, ton. Pal.; Delaware Htals 1 ehsmplonahlp. 21 liumaon Country Club, It unison, N J,j Invitation tournament. 84 I-akswood Tennis Club, latkewonil, Ohio; clay court championship of the U2 Umgwood Crlckat Club. Boston, Mass.; Junior snd boys' open tournament. "4 kings County Tennis Club, Brook lyn. N. Y.: chsmplonshlp of Long Island. 2d Country Club of Wsatchester County; Junior and boys' open tournamsnt. 2tl lermantown Cricket Club, Herman town, Pa.; Philadelphia and district chain- p';o' Powrlton club, Nswburgh, N. Y,; snnusl open louriismenl. au Nassau Country Club, CJIen Covs, I. Li Invitation tournament. JULY. 1 University Heights Tennis. Club, New York. N. Y.: North Hide championship. I Long Beach. Cal.; Pacific roast sec tional national doubles. .... I ett, Louis A. A. A., Bt, Ioula, Mo, I t'entrsl Slsles rhsmpinnshlp. Mlssoiitl Val ley preliminary sectional national iloubles. 3 Park Club. Hurfsln, N Y,: rhamplnn ship of the great lakes and western Neiv York 1 hnmploushlp. .1--Memplil Tennl. Club, Memphis, Tsnn., ihamplnnihlp of the South, South ern preliminary eectlnniil nnllonal doubles. 10Yahiiun.tasls (loir Club. Utlca, N. Y.i New York State championship, also central Nsw York State rhamplonshlp. 10 Poushkeep.le Tennis Club. Tough kstpsle, rT. v i Hudson lllver Lawn Ten "Is Association i hnmplonshlp. 10 Sleepy Hollow Country Club, Hear borough, N. Y,, Junior and Iio)b' open tournament, 10 vV'oodmere Club, VVoodmere, L. I.; men's single, and doubles. la Itockaway Hunting Club, Ceilarhurst, men's Invltatluti tournament. . IT Thousand lelaiida Country Club, Alexandria Hay, N. Y.i nnnual tourna ment. IT Point Judith Country Club. Nsrra gansett Hay, 11. i,; annual open tourna ment, 24 Pallaa Iatwn Tennis Club, Dallas. Tex,, SHiuthwe.tern preliminary sectional national iloubles. 24 Longuixu Cricket Club. Boston, Mass.; Ingw.mJ alngles, Kaatirn doubles; junior and bo)s' sectional championship of New Knitland. 24 Wr.trheet.r County laiwn Tennis As.oelatlon: l'ark Hill Country Club, lonkers. N. Y- 1 lo.e.l tnurnanient, nen only to members Wrstche.ter County, U 2t Kalgemere Tennis Club. IMgeniers, L. L; annual Invitation tournament. 20 Deep Haven, ljko Mlnnetonkn. Minn.! Nnrtliwestern championship nnd Nnrlhwe.tern preliminary sectional na tional ilnublea. SO Woodmere Club. Wooitmere. !.. Li women's chatnplonalilp of Iang Island, Jl Crescent Athletic Club. Brooklyn, N. T.. open tournament. 31 -We.t si.le Tennis Club. Porest Hills. I 1 I middle states eectlonal Junior and bo championship. AUGUST. ft--Onwent.la Country Club, Chlesgo. 111.; Western champlon.hlp. ,T -aebrlght laiwn Tennis and Cricket Club. Seabrlght, N. J. ; annual Invitation tournament. 14 Newport laiwn Tennis Club. New port. It. I.; annual Invitation tournsment. 11, n, .nHmK". V.Vfil.r'. I1". CMia- 1 .- uiiuvir, ennui im, in. Mip in in I'niieu Males. 21 Meadow Club. Houtbam lull. UmtthssmrtlMtet U L; tfinrnutTismi - -'y iii 1 r it'll 111" V. J lilt Wrtrtilmre. 1 . "(ien mixed ilimble. tournament Ja Wrst Sl.le Tennl. Club. Core.t Hills, L. I liaiinnu .ingle. I liattli01illtp of the Lli teil .NtMl... I'li.tlt..,,,.. .1... ,.,... 1 Junior championship and national boys ( hampton.hlp, v-ss. 'I''1 Yacht Club. Hay Hei.l, -'ersev coa.t rliainplon.hlp. 3i Itockaway Hunting Club. Ce.larhurst, I 1 . women s InvltMtlnn tournament. SUPTIlMIICIt. 2 -S-in Kraric .,'(!. r-ul - c.iif-.-t. di... I Cll iniPl'in"llit v-.... emiv 1 tl-Naek Coun-ry Club. Nyack N y . mnniu! uiirn tournanient. ' ' " '1 1 1 .iiiuiiriair Athletic Club. Mnnteialr. N J.. New Jersey state champlon.hlp' for 1J - Merlon tiT Ik. -. vti.i.. iin.rri.'rn, Mr,., linrn-i.nrgl.lP CliaitlplOTl.Tllp. :. -Iinewon.l Crlckrt Club, lln.tnn women's tnurnanient, unen "Inslea. iloubles and mixed double.. OCTOllP.lt i. -i.p.ei 1 min'y cmintrv i iub. v..i Oranse. ., inv Itathui. , mlveil doubles tmiriiameiit. .,n.. ".V!r1"!'1 "nt SprlliK' (lolf ant Ten Vuurn.l'ne-n, ",l V """" ' , iti:it. se. Revrnth lleglnient Tennl. Club, New ! ..MR, ... 1., nuiiunai juniur Initnor tour- JANUAP.V. HUT, . IS Pinehurst Cumtry Club. Pin. bur. t. ' N. C ; annual mlilMlnier inurnament I'CllltCAitV. 11MT 10 l-V.iti lt.clfnt,, T. ...... .-i.... v-.. Vork, .S V lii l.vir 1 stMiia; , ban,,,!,,',,;!,!,,, J4 rir.t IvnnevlvanU Inf.mlrv T.nnf' '. '.1!r'! I"r .''ow' .'" V'" ln,'l" Club. I'll. ,s.l.. nlils fa. In.lu.'r ilismpT",,. 1 lor hcrr In the ei.ih n,mlur ship ut I'elill.) iv aula HAItl'll. IUI .1- Palm n.ai-b Tennl. Club. Fla ; chatiipl.m.hlp of Florida. 'aim Heath, U -Seventh Iteulment Tennis (iub sv l.'ra. ,v v. wouieu'a iistlonal In, . . r ihauiplon.hlp. ' r .:-!.,!, 00,1 rov.r. I roiirte. lid-ton Mass.; invitation tournament Hull Advnncea In 11111111111, ..f,i,r.. harles M. Hull, Jr.. reached tin. fltt il round In the Sqtiasli Club sutusli r. iitiIm totirnameiit vester,! ... 1 .. 1 ' " lotirnamtnt . )tsterd,i by defeating r. v. .'-...1 111 1110 i-enu-iin.il round straight games nt ir, -x. ti .1 imti through the second round on a default by ( . (iodlcy. I. M. H. nca reached tle inirii louini tlirougli W. ,M. Flunk's de fault. HOT SPRINGS RACING RESULTS. " nnrlltiM'tZ.,,. ..', r-"l,ls itientryt. i to j. 3 to and 1 ( '' " ' erd. HiJ tJlurpliyi, 13 m i, , ,,"', w"" nut, se.on.li Clas. ,, lo'j iWarrlnctimi j a 1; I' mi ,,. 1!'. ,1 ,".lr'1 Tiin... V , , ran 1 " ' "l,",ir',r"' and Vl Second Itace Pnr maiden three. IP. i 1 snd upward. seilniKi purse I lmi. ih i .. it ri.rli.ouM 'full...... . .. " Jackpou also ran Third llaci For three. je.ir-olil. ami up. ward; selling, puru I no . one mils -Con. soler. Hli (Connors), ti to s. : ., ; un, ,,, I, i.n; Itlver ICIiik. 11" I IIji ne , i t to 1 and even, reinnd; Anna United 1 (hVlurrer), 40 to 1, IS m 1 and ! I third, Tlnip. 1:4:. Sure On. liantngenet' Hert I., (Homer. Nurtnar, I.elalohu hii, .Muriel's pet al.n ran. Fourth lime I f ti . 1 1 j . for three. vear olrls and upwardi pur.n ISOD, tlvo and a half furlongs Pan .until, 14." (Murphy i, 4 to 6. 3 to 3 ond out, won! Mars Ca,iy 110 (Obcrli. 10 to 1. 3 to : and I to .'.! second, Korfhaue, Hi) (Sii-rliuK), 6 to 1 T to 3 and '.' to 3, third. Time, 1,0", Hr. 1-arrlck and Kontenav ftlso ran. Fifth Knee Four four-venr-nltls and up. ward, selling, purse 3on, tlx furlmir Staranioiii It, 11,. i'.ri,irl, I to t, ; n, 3 and 3 to ri, vvuii i (iirrle Orme, 111 (Min ,hyi. io in 1. I in t mid j to I, spcoiiiI, old ilob. 103 iCiirroll), s to 1. .1 in i , " to 3, third Time, 1:14 s-3. I'ndaiinted. ltln DraiCiip, Sltial, llsaple, Captain jteti alnj Huekre.e also ran. ... waN'mr..; .ur.-'Smrr. vvelser. 101 iMiirpbvi, T lo S. even and I to 3, ivnn: originator. 111 ((ieinryi, 6 to 2, 4 to ii ami 1 to s, secotiitj rierre Jiiimas, ,n,l 1 tn 3, second i Pierre Hiiiims, (). tf. to 1. r. to I and 3 to 2 me. 1:41 Wild Hear. Har Iro ami Coppertown also ran. 10? ilinney) third. Time, wood, Pedro TO-DAY'S HOT SPRINGS CARD, First Itaec-Scllins: fmir-)ear-olda and up ward; Ivn anil a half lurlotuts; Jack Harrison,. ., 104 Crafloti m Mus ItalRliaewll MKllll 3 Detour 113! Kill Deichmau ni Hsbago US Wise Hand 3 Lucky Mack iM Second Tlaee Selllnsj three jear olds suit un ward: six furlonis: Hhnrt llallot '."Uda Spivej., Kv Padwlck ink nine Whig , York Lad 113 lluiel Dale,, Prepaid U.jYatnpire .... Thlnl Rsce-luri Iwo ycsr-oldi! n hulf furloiiirs! 110 nr. it i it: four and I0'l 114 Il3 I or, 110 Kden Park No Friend... . Cnlta Jay Thtimmel, Blr Oliver Itay Kiinis.,.. ti"i,snir iitou, . Itn Maibella . .. PKI.Kht. Will... . 110 Cash U IMl'Wat PS) Fourth Hare Belllinr: threc jesr olds and upwardi live and a half furious: Insurgent DilMIss Frauivs lei Yallaha , Ins lluekshfit lie, nilly Joe 114 'Uncle Jimmy m Pr. Max I-'I Fifth Hace-Benin.-: three-year olila and up. ward: one ntlln and seventy yards: Have .Mniiliiinu ry Pi-'Atulmy no W. W Clark l07IKslls City pr, Toynbes , . , PCIfairly n: Hlith nae-8ellliii three-year olds and up ward; one ntiln and seventy yards: King Hadfnrd KCIDuke ol Shelby. . ; Msliel Dulwelier,., 1fiShrewsbury pm Hslcee HiiTrsuaport n: Tommy Coleman.,.' 1?0 "Apprrnllce sllowsnc rlitmed. to I. 3 to and I in 4 wi t. . M, ... 'lit ' " Junior Natlonsl. 100 Xai.ls llrea.i stroke 10 llieulrj) 3 lii I, t tr,! n,l I i, ln "' J " w"r'' P'n.'lnnatl. tir.t . F. Va.ln, ond. Kirly Itl.er. I ) it", , t '' t'l ' Illinois Athletic Club, seemt. II. v cb,,p. 5 mid 1 to 4, third. Time, I n, - -, " .'" r,,!.',y". Athletic A... latum third Pbllblli. Ju(k llarrl.oii. llJi.,...,. -.i ,'L" rl!"' . 1:1? ... . L0VK IX FINK FOIIM Mrmi'his, Tenn., March 3ft. The Yankees go to the mat wllh the Cin cinnati rteds here to-morrow, nnd their last preparation for that mighty strug gle was a game this afternoon with the Memphis team. The Yankee won. t to 4. It was a tight combat until the sixth Inning. In that round the home club's defenco blew up and then It ceased to be a real fight. Kllm laive, who comes from some where urountt these parts, balanced himself as best he could on his recently rpralned ankle and pitched exceedingly well ugalnst the Chickasaws, who have In their ranks former big leaguers ot more or less repute as follows: Statk, Knlsely, Walsh, Mldklff, Hharman. Clarko nnd lVirner. Iove had n lot of speed. Ths Clilckasuws slammed him for 11 run In the third Inning, but most of the time he shot the ball past them and struck out six. Allen Husrell, eldcarm spit ball thrower, wasn't as efficient as laove. lilts were bunched on him In two In nltisrs. Kaeh time lie had the help of n doublo Play, but It wasn't the hostile hlttlro; which created pitfalls for him. Two bases on balls xverc his real weak ness, the two coming In succession and being followed by hits. lloth tiltchers had splendid support from tho New York team, and moreover the little of what the Yankees did In the hitting line went to waste, tlood base running olso helped the New Torkers. This wus particularly true In the sixth Intilng, In which hits by Malscl itiul Mngct slid bold base run ning were mixed in with n spasm of .Memphis errors. The run nnd bunt play was 011c of tho tidy developments of thla fruitful era. Malsel broke for second and ... he did so tlllhooley bunted. The catcher wiih hurried into .i.,v,- ,.-M,.h !,m.,.,i nee ,,,n.M..... 1 '.- vi .I..; I . . '..o:ey reaching third. ine latiKs mnile rour runs and had mmn nn.....i .,.i i.tka ...i.u ...wt .'t, ...11,. tut,. Ul.lll niVIIUUl HIIJ- ldy being out At this juncture a iknii in the offence nianlfc'.ccl it- self, for the ennlnir hltte. .vrnl.li,'. bring the men home, The Yankees hud their hands full while Kerr wna pitch- lug. This left bander fooled ihem wllh a change of pace. 1'unuvan plans to pitch Mogrldge and Fisher aaaumt the llrrzogv The m or : NKW VOHK M KM PHIS ah Ii pa e ah h 11 1 e .Mattel ct.. 4 1 o o eillemin'y.lb 1 I II 1 1 Wh'I ,1. nauTiV. ' fieilemi.sh, - ' . 1 v:'-ixr.s. I 2 0 0 (.Knlwlv ef i ? 0 : 0 VVal.li.3b 4 ; 0 : n Mnikirr.:h J 411 0 (Hh.irman If - 1 ; 1 3 1 r 1 1-14 0 .1 1 0 . 0 11 3 1 0 4 0 1 .1 (! 4 0 -, - I ' I : 1 1 a (i 0 n n a a 1 1 a C ft 0 I'ipilIP i-e-a eh ... i.i e i.rinu s.ri., I Niina'er.c. : n 7 I olciarke.e. ' l'all-r i 1 A 1 A ft I.'.-- .. Walters.e ,!",'.n i n a n e'tKIII. I n 11 1) it Merntt n 1 a 1. t e Uorier.p Million Ilus-.il. p 1 Total., 1 1' ' Total. J ; 7; u t vorU. . . too -Mimpnis ... .1 0 (i i) t 11 I 1- 1 Illin- Mlilwl !. (illbnolrr M.x4(e : llaker. Peek Slur!; . Kni-elv Kirr Fir.i l'.'"' "." e;ror-.Ve York, 1 la-It nn 1.. ; VY ,: ;,rn,',".,. .. "", l"" " 1 ball.- Oil lane, I: oft HusmII, 3. off Memtt "".."T'T -',, Mrtnk mil lie laive. 0; bv Itu-s'll. I; bv litrr . Home run. IVcltln ipiush. Mark ilun bs. hit llemina , i-ii oa,- 11.1 .- inm r, i,e,ieo:i. saerillie lut .... ' C.llhnolev. Ma--'- stlrr. lM.es Malaet . iu!... ti.,,,1.1- i:ui.... .1. I1!'''- i'lhonle Peikinpaurl l,',,,rKe ", stark Hit br Ptteb '',f 'SUrki. bv Mrrrltt ((iis ei off lyive .1 In live Inniti.-. oft II ""' ' I"-!" - .11. . r-. KIIIIIH'11 11 i-eiKiiii.aurn 111,1 r:pn .-i.r.i 1. an 111 lrotn llll.l orf ltu.!l. I II, wwiim: off Kerr ill til. Inutllffs; (Iff 1 Merrill 4 III tn llllltli. nil llamer. 111 , 'im7r ' two ilium?. I nunre t -Nifitv Time! and ;o uiinttle. CANN WINS TITLE IN TANK. He llefeals limiienta In Vint nrd Junior liiniiiploiislilp, ' 'illcA!!o, March .10. Ted ('aim of tlte New York A C atmrxe.l another ilrst , prln in tit- Junior national A ,V I'. : swimming championships here to-night, winning Ilrst place 111 the iu" viml swim. 1 Two new meet records weie made, ' t,e 100 ,var, breast stroke and dlnr in tlin RO11 yard swim I The stinima i rlcs : I Hej ti, (', A A, llr.l. A VV lliirtuim. I. .v i , seinuii, i,. nailer, .ill.-ourl A. C, thlnl .lunlor NiilUot.il. r.oo Vard Swim ( llron n, llatniiloti (iub, rhitacn tir.t. c VValleu. Hamilton Club seomil; c VHack, Northwe.tern liilver.ll)'. third. lime, 0: 3-,. Invitation :0ll Vard Hwlm Ted Calin, N V A. C. Ilr-t. c Krown IUnilli.,11 (iub, .rcimd A .1 livers, Illinois Athletic Club, third. Tlmr, S i'. HORSE SHOW BOXES SOLD. Thompson Mini Seella Itltnls In Mirlnitr llvent nl Untianil'a. Koxes weie ntictlotird i".T last night for the twrnty-llrst auuiiat sprits horse show to be lit lit nt the Ditilaiid Hiding Academy on April Jo, .'7 nnd The upset ptlce for cacli box whs tfiO and fty " ?' " boxes paid substantial advances on these I figures, The buyers were C. ,1 (itnlo, John (lerkeit, S. K. Jacobs, K (Irlllltlts ri I 'S'r,ke . p 1 '" ''', Herxog and Holiert I-.. Todd. ! J;.' .n::. .T!:",",Hi?". ',,.:.rc!iB' 1 both of whom have scotetl wins tin the $ 1 .000 Din land chalhnirc cup for road fours, will be compelltorri again for the chief trophy at the show. In must of the other classes the prlxe money niuoinits tn li.'i In either cutis or cash. Lists will be mailed to-morrow and entries will close on April I'.', BINGHAM MAKES JAP QUIT. llUKllsli dlii Jllsii 4'linmplnii Una Little Trimble rtllh Tnkn Wloh. Tlte largest crowd that ever Jammed the gymnasium of the (.'ascent Athletic (iub witnessed tho vviestllng, boxing und Jlu Jitsu last night. Will Hlugham, the Hngllsh champion nt Jlu Jltsu, forced Taka Wlch, u ,lisiaiicse, to quit after seven lillntiles of lively work, Ai n eliitngn from tho mat work a IhmiI Ik tvvrrn Jtio Hernstelii and Kmergenry Kelly of Uoston was nieseiiled, with Kid Skldmoio icferet, Kernstelu scnied it biiiii'Miuo knockoiil In three rounds, lit tlio wiestllug bouts Ivan Lluow de feated Frank l.eiivltt with a neck scls sots body bold In .17 mlutilesj Hull Mou tana thtoiv Pi ler Anderson with u scls sms bold III 111 minutes ami :'j hecnmls, 4'li.uieti Olscn pinned llotvnrd Lo .Mar's shoulders to tlio mat In its minute, and Young Mumlay was dlsqtiullllrd In his mulch with the Mushed Wonder for foul tactic. " .litnlor Natlonsi, ratio niilni: V p D0KS X0T FEAR HESULT Organgcd baseball Is taking counsel J as to the best means ot combating the ult for $200,000 which haa been Insti tuted by the disgruntled backers of the llalttmoro club of the defunct Federal League. President John K. Tcner of the Na tional league was In conference scv ..Jr.. r'iVil Vy"T,lLi' the anti-trust suit brought against the National Commission by James A. Oil more and his then active Federal League associates. Following tho conference Messrs. Tener and Toole left for Phila delphia to consult with George Whar ton Pepper, one of the most prominent lawyers of the Quaker City, who also assisted In tlte defence of organised base ball's case. Counsel for the American League will confer with the National Lcnsuo attorneys In Philadelphia. Tii. ,ifn.i,,i ,.,i....i V.... ball has until Monday to notify the rnltod States District Court of I'hlln-1 ilelphi.t. before which the action haa been brought by the Baltimore people, of Its Intention. Thirty days additional will Im allowed the representatives of the defendant to prepare the rase. Neither Tenor nor Toole cared to dis cuss the case for publication nor to Intimate what course Is likely to be taken. Iloth, however, appeared quite reassured of the outlook from the standpoint of the National Commission and the owners of the two major leagues. "Organised baseball law always has been above reproai-t," said the presi dent of the National league, "The governing body of the sport has nothing to fear from any suit or any form of Investigation. Truth to tell It has In - vltrd investigation from lime t tlm.. Thero Is absolutely nothing to bo cov - eted up. "I think this suit win ..v. .i '"'" serious than .1 tempest in a tea: I1- '; " organls.il baseball is concerned lis negotiations toward i.e.i,-., I with Federal lnuue uuthnrlti... V.r. " ,; 7. ."! . .". aKulnst It e.imn.t blame the National Performances this winter have been Commission. It should blame rather Phenomenal. Kenny never was coiisld thnt government to which It subscribed of"1 n 1"rrt h,u,r u""1 ,,e k"0;,'', when It becatno n tiartv to the Federal I J"" Mandnt. Slnco then he has put League constitutions and bv-laws." out several tough boxers. Including ' I Kbamu" O'Krlen nnd Jimmy Murphy. Col. .lacob Kuppert. president of the. Hlngwlso txperts already havo iro New York American league baseball claimed la?onard the lesitlmatr su-vessor iub, returned yestcidav aftennxm from ! Welsh All, however, are not .igrwd a two weeks sojourn with his team at that Freddie Is quite r.ad.v as et for the Shimn. utileb I. r,,.. 1. 1.... . .Ii..irl. Wlietlier Hlllv (iib-oil was wise ward the North. The Culnnil had In- tended to stick 10 the finish, especially as Cincinnati on Sunday Is to honor his business as.o.iate. Cant T I. tin. ton. I'iiex)nvteil business developments. However, will interfere with the pleas ure trip. "I think I cm safely prnni.se the, Yankee fans a fur stronger club than the one for which they tooted last season.' said the Colonel. "Frank Itaker ha very wlsel steeml 1 1, ,ir , of hard HcMlm: prailce. The na.ls were knocked ofT two of his lingers, tint new- nall.s bave grown mi r.l.-elv. Tim ends are sti tender. The IliiiiimCmlili r,.ll Vuli'ill Mtiri'i lititi K tig, unless lie meets wllh fur K tig, unless he meets wllh fur- liter incident, will be his old self b the tlnitf the season oh ns. There Is no doubt as to bis batting skill. Ite has given most of bis time to batting and will be as far advanced ns attv plajir In the league when the tc.itti gets home. "Lee M.igre has been a bit worried t.i., t.ii.... . ,-1 in Oil, INK 1UI1II Hut I mil not n 1.1 1. worried over him. lie's tt Ilery fe nw I can tell vim, and will be batting '.belli out with the best when the time otnes. Itetter lltat he bus the slump in. omnia un- season. i .iuiik m, mpolita 11 tOlirnilttietll lsi ween ne tlllhooley Is a dandy paer He is ,.iir,., ,... w,.rr uniible to tlnd time to evei.v day making good all ;he tine prom- . ,, ,ri,, t tioslon and others were li-es of the scottts who advised its to , (,.. nrimn ,.mt.n. 1. 1. M., t . . ... l.l.o Hi rtl... i. I, i,f-l,-.,l O.IS (Hill C'l well (it second base, lie Is clouting the ball. I.very one says the club has a hitter lot of voting pitchers than usual l.'Ml Donovan Is sutlMled that he will hive at least twnsaiiil possibly thnee reliable sotithjiaw s. Hut best of all Is the split, of the to play the bojs They ale all out best ball In them You will see a leatn of real light and spirit when the Yan kees face the Duikers at l.libets Field next week." Prchidr nt Chillies II. Ilbbets nf Krook l)tl beats the Hnlilji Ibsl liteast this year as n Itarblliser of spring. The squire of l lHtlmsli put ills baseball tickets un sale for the ante-seasott ev- hlliltlons nnd the opening day of the, tegular cauipalBti at Klibets Field ye. tcrilii.v. 1 The Yankees wilt e.-itertaln the Dod gers on the home Held of the latter on April 4, .' and 11 The Ited Snx will appear at the scene nf the battle of i Long Island April tl, 7 and s, Toronto of the Inttrnutloiial l.cnuue will tilav I ti Krook vn on Anr Hi. The Ho b Ins open the National League schedule wllh Huston on April 1?. Weather permitting, next week tlte Yankee will play five exhibition games In I Im greater city. On Tuesday and Wednesday the Dodaers will be en. ufituitered at I'.bbets Field, I in Thurs ilav the I'tllonitits of New Haven will i, eiiieiialiKsl nt the Polo tlronnds. tin Friday it c the Polo (iiounds ti tlttee games serle.H Willi the (Hunts will gel under way. The Colonials of N'ea '"' ' , "' ' ',' '"'"' of repute iimoiig them the Krlckley brothers, ('hailes and H.-orge ,,, ... f .. . .., .. f ,r.. ... to., .ut Miiiiun;' "" 'ATil' Haven lire made up of flintier college Pteslilent Hairy N Hempstead (La-' r,..veito !!) has generously Invited the. New nrk Delta 1 psllnii Club and lay I frliiiils lo be his guests at the open-1 lligof t"e National League at the Polo i.rounii on .xpin.-o. ine men iieuns lire planning a dress parudo 3.000 strong fltP ttl U IIPIM-H fill. for this nrc.ilon, GEORGE PIERCY IS HIGH GUN. He lletnrns Ileal Card In Invitation Meet nl Malen lalnnd. Thltiy-eiglit irapshnoters took pnrt In the special Invitation match nt 100 , t,,, outlleld nnd gave tho garden "birds' held by the Kobln Hood (inn ,.Hnd,iiie ii battl day In chasing Mies. Club ut t oiii(ii(l. sulci, Island, as a ,.apl vtt, Don Kick. Heynolds Hen complimentary farewell to Carl vou , Hfll liml jack Laird showed a tendency Lengerke. a well known rapshonter of , ,,,, t)w ,,all. Waller Dwyer, cap- wi,,': In Cltlcaio ln'S"lf '" "' "f "'"l'''ll V'-tI- ll' nlge -It ," . S'ew V.,.1- .h I r"" "Ulh''''l"r of three ,,,,is g, p. let lo i fub i roved lilgli scratch nun for 1"'K''"'' l ""Ifrn, f..r .he llr.-t time. the da), teturulng ;i entd of ni The second scratch prise went to .1. I Hrait. ilenbiirg, who broke S!) blue rocks. C. V. Schafer and .1. M, Wade tied vvlth scores of 07 each for the Hist IikhiIIchp prle. In the shootoff nt s:, "birds" Schafer won with a benlliig Ills oppn. lient mm point, Tse second handicap pHie went to Wade, 4 he third lo F, A, Hlebert, who btoke 05, and the fourth to Dr. Hillside, with 03, The weather conditions were excellent for the sport, The second world's championship con test within six days will be seen at Madison Biuare (Inrdcn to-night. Fred- .11 t"A1U llV.lu..,l1i rtiamhlnn. H tO jefellJ j, ,iite tar ten rounds against Benny Ionard, provided the bout lasts that long. Hut for the excitement caused by the ten round contest between Jess Wlllartt and Krank Moran in the same ring last Saturday night tho affair of this eve ning might be called the most Important engagement of the season for local fans. Certainly thero Is every reason to believe that from a standpoint of skill and site the main elements that go to make up a ring contest the light weight battio should prove far more at tractive than the heavyweight bout turned out to be. Never tdnco he won his honors from Willie Hllchle In London has Freddie Welsh been glvui the duo that mlgnt have been his had the championship not i changed hands on a decision by a rfrse. American fans have been 1 n- Kinn enougn 10 insinuate m.i um nn," mail In tlio ring (a Hrlton of course) did not give tho American champion proper recognition for forcing tho pace. Champion la Very Clever. Willie nitchle wss of the battling type so dear to the hearts of Americans. Welsh Is and nlwavs has been more or less of r dancing master. Clever to the point of uneannlness. fast as a flash with either hand to take advantage of an opening, the Hrlton Is beyond all else a boxer. As champion he has been for the most part content to defend his laurels against a more or lesa meoiocm 1 fl'M 1,1 ten round' " Jcl8lon, ,,0U,J; 1 Thrr ,,BV0 ,,,'n ,1xe'T',l01!, or 1 eourse. He fought several times ov-r ' U,e ""'V. '"TVl! v ,V New Orleans against ns goud a boy as 1 the dashing Johnny Dundee, Hut these 1 ----- - ....... "tier strays rrom toe more 1 ..u 'Ti, ,v. 1 ..ZrS l ot of l" I as mas- Kenny l.eoimrd. a 1.0 of I s. mis mas tered a stylo of noxing aimosi ns sensa. tloual In 'its trickery hh that of the lBM.el.ht .hatnPlon. Competent critics i,.n...- i7- 1. f..i,r than the Hngllshman. in sending his youngster against the I champion so soon Is a matter tn.it win 1 be proved to-night Freddls has lieen In 'the rlne a long. long time. Phenomenal FIVE NEW YORK BOXERS SEEK NATIONAL HONORS , ' " 1111(1 (1imioii In Coilippto in Uoston Totmiov. lanal entries fur Pie i.atlntml boxing1 championships of the Amateur Athletic. Union, to be held In Huston ni't Monday ' ..,.1 T......I..V i.lvht.. were tiassed on yes- )...i... i... Tt,.. reulstratlon cnnimlttee of ,(,,. .Metropolitan Association. Some of 1 ,(,,, ,",,,, v,nn wim I'hainpint.shliis at the ,'IIO. - l',, I.-' " ------ i ,.e citii.. sim 1 1 b. w limec of the I i in- ...in "i j 135 pound metropolitan title, was can-' ,.,.,d ai,, Jim Smith of the I'nlon Settle mettt A. '.. the ttitnteriip, was liiosen to go to Uoston. The others selei ted were, iv rteetl. I'nlon Settlement A. '". I"8 pounds; H Vulgar. IMucatlotial Alliance, I t. ,. w Mortis. Hasl Side II ,. ,,,,, .M Unbelt Uleason. otise. Do- mlnlcaii I.jceuiii. It- pounds The men wilt lefive on the night boat on Sui.ilav and will be in charge nf Hen-1 lamln I.e'vine. New York will not he. represented hi the PS tsiunil or heavy - "I weight classes. ,1 iladdl. St. Hartholn- " , mew A. C, wim won both Hie K.s pound and 17a p'HIii'i ittetni'oiiiaii eouu-sis, , -,.,. tn Host m Neither can A KpUfiiwn, another ni'ml iniiliilewclgltt, 1 j (julld, the heav weight nlnntr. FLYNN 0UTB0XES GUNBOAT. Pork core Vlelnr on Points In Hntlier I'liine limit. Dan Pnrkv Ftnn, the Uoston heavy we c it. oil tioinieu (iitniioai .nnin in ien ! loundK at the Stadluni Athlctlo Club last night. It was rattier a tame uiiuir. Tho only real action was In the second round, when Smith tool, a half fall as ! n result of being lilt and slipping. Flynn followed up his advantage and for .( time It looked like ti short ending Smith covered up nnd finished the round. From the third on Flynn lilt Smith re peatedly He landed often nnd hard to the body find Jabbed Smith pretty imicli til will, Smith hsiked uniisiialK slow. Tho weights were. Smith 1 S 3 pounds and Flynn 1 !."., COLUMBIA TEAM OUTDOORS. Coach ('naUle Pills tininil Tlirnustli Light nrUnnt. ,..,.,,. (.llm,,ift baseball pla.veis, a jmlf ,,,,,, mlllor jeagueis and scores of ordlniiry sluilcnts liineiihiteil with , flv, . ,vnde,l South Field yes , Hit,.ni..on for the Ilrst outdoor .,n.,f,. r tll ,. The players were t' . .. p . .. a . on thu east end a new diamond is lining built. Manager Cornwall said tln the diamond would l,n In shape for the Am herst game Tuesday. Coach Cnaliley kept bis pitchers down to a little lliidlng practice, It In lug too mw for ktifiiimus work Coaklev batted si)' Mm- i'rniiiieea aitleti. ' ANSxrol.tH, March 3o. -Sluiwlnz . x , cellenl form fm mi imiIj in Hie season.1 the Nnvnl Xcademv biseliall team won ftotn Maryland ki Icnltuiftl College hern this afternoon h.v :i to :t Mi'I'all pitched for nine Inuliius nnd kept bits .cnttcrcd Chan hitting, with Ivvn bad tbinwt. Ii.v Mornhlnweg, gave tho midshipmen four runs in the acveitth and settled the game., as he has been he must be Hearing Hie end of Itls athletic rop. lavmard car ries the punch to turn trss trick if Kreil gels cureless enough to leave an open ing. This fight to-night will attract tlio greatest house of the season, barring the Wlllard-Morun bout, it the advance sale to dato Is any criterion. Iteforo Ia-ai h Cross went down In front of Sajior, Leonard olready had established as great a following as tha Bast Hide dentist. Hlnce then all the Cross cohorts have flocked to Kenny. To-day Ieotiard Is probably the greatest drawing curd among all the lightwelgh's. Whatever else might be said, Freddie Welsh never was accused of being sim ple minded. He knows as well as any one the danger he faces when he meets such u vigorous nnd youthful adversary. And he has trained accordingly. In his recent fights Welsh haa experimented some with his goodly right. With It he stung Phil Illoom hard. He fought Frankle Whitney off his feet and made hint quit under fire a week ago, using both left and right with far more force than usual. - In spite of Welsh's recent appnrent re turn to championship form Leonard ruled favorite for the newspaper ver dict last night. He was the short end of 7 to 5 wagering. Those specula tively Inclined were laying 5 to 1 that lonard would not knock out Welsh and S to 1 that Welsh would not stop Kenny. Willie Itltchle, former lightweight champion, has Just returned from a pro tracted vacation at Palm Keach, where he acquired a heavy coat of tan. "My side still bothers me," said he. "I had two ring engagements for the near future, one In Chattanooga. Tenn., next week, but had to cancel them because I cannot train. It's some sort of 11 back' fire from the cracked rib I suffered sev eral months ago. 1 Intend to take n long rest." Former Champion's Opinion. Itltchle, who lost his title to Welsh, declares that Kenny will be foolish to try to outbox the Kngllshman. no out and slug is me only way to him." I Willie's opinion. "No one get can hurt him around tho bead. Freds Intuition never falls him when a tav.it plans to use his right, and he Is so fast with his left he can spill a man back every time he tries to set A good pep- perlng In tho body Is the proper inedl- cine. Freddie Is not so young or strong as he used to be. but clever enough quite to look out for his Jaw so long as he Is strong." nteV I.tr. o tl.h. I.,. been secured 10 meet Kenny I.e-itmrd In the near future. The Harlem Spoiling Club will present this bout. Soldier Johnny Shaw and Tommy Hurke of St. Ixiuls will furnish the main attraction at the Kroadvvay 1 Ilrooklyn ) Sporting Club to-morrow night. Wllllo Astey, the West Side bantam, who has been resting for a month, re sumed training yesterday. Astey will meet Jdhnr.y Flsse of New tirleiins fit ; tho Stadium A. t next Thursday ',lgit In Phllailulphlj on April 10 Astey Is to hox luting Mixinxern. He Imxes Fred- die Itiese In the final of the .Mlflinrv A C on April 1. Patrons of the tier- inoi.t A i of Ilrooklyn will see him Ajirll against Abe Friedman m -s pi;r. s t f i J. ( : ItW Hroadnay. at hpp.moiiii.i: tViinlrlHle I j -1 Tis mark - I " rnr zM tnofor car irnice. Hupmobile Seven-rnsenger inuring sfnuei, I'rlee II, '.'. I f 1 -L. m OLD CROW RYE Ittg. U. 8, Pat orf, MBHaHMB 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, CAi.l.S LK KNSKS II.MUarj Atiitsr, .M.ireli .10. .senators Irving J. Joseph nnd .li.lm l Imiiulgaii of Manhattan 11 ie linUgmmL to-night over what they term dealing facetiously with 11 actions qticHllnii. Tim latter Intro duced . riwiliiilou In the Senate to-day to demand an explanation from tho Htat" ,tlileti I'ommlsslon of tho con ditions under which It li:is been grant ing boxing llienes. After prolonged discussion by the two New Yorker Senator Klon It. Ilrown, the Kepuhll tan leader, aroused their lie and the lauxhtcr of others by moving that the Diinnlgaii tcsolutlon be trferred to tho Civil Service Commltlio. Tlio motion was passed by a vole of 'JS to 13, and the latest attach on linking was side tracked. Senator Joseph gave a II. t of boxing eltihs he had visited. In nine eases out of ten l.oXii g licenses wile granted II legallv, be lilliged. line place In tho llionx coniluued bonis without any license at till. .1 riling to his state ment. 'I'lie lompl. lining Senators In sisted that I'h.iirmun Wenck and tho other I'liiniiilssloni is "wein permitting the game to tun riot" ti ml that It would be necessary to stop IioxIiik altogether shortly nnle.-s conditions changed. They threatened to plaeu their evidence be fore the ( inventor. Kccuiish he thought the litnmlgnn res olution would have no material result Senator Jones, sponsor of n bill to abolish the commission and do away with boxing inntests, voted against It. "I know my bill is going lo pass," he said. "I .'mi not opposul lo boxing." said Senator Joseph, "and will vot" against ()lu Jones bill unless the commission Is ! abolished I l.ellevi we will be better ,UT without boxing than to permit Its 1 suiu rvlsloii bv this commission. ' ' . . F0RDHAM NINES IN GAME. " " " P'" hree IhiiIiik l ll Pra- j (l ( nlleue lielil. , , , .... 1 ('"i"" l'""'ll'" baseball '"" w-orklrg outdoors eterilay for 1 "'' "rst time thl" suim.ii. A squad of 1 fot 'y tool. i.i.-i sslon uf the prep Held, ( the varsity grounds being under a foot iU Sir.ivv 1 int p. . M.in.i..: . i.i 1 tlmr and lb tiling, sides weie chosen for .1 time .lining game .Ine Martin was nn tli- mound foe the tlrst team with Hob t'nUlns ops)stig bun I'tiives wero ta booed, straight shoots being all that wete aliowiil I'anili'o. .1 law student, who several .vi.uh ,11:0 s'.irted with the Newtown lllKh Sileu't inade his Hrst appeniaiiie. Piste id of living out for pitcher he plajeil nt third, wheie he h milled petfietly everMlilltg coming his way VI,. t iillfTe Mil Iui 1 1 linieli. Iis..vi.n. N II. M.c, 1 "0 - Through iti.ivi d 'i.le n, s ahc i vx (is- allliotinced u' t 1, .1 It . A ut rre. .'.. lmd -i, itiii, I as ',i Ii.i'tinout , fre-liinan mil i.., b The inftl. it on wn.s for .1 . , ., (, tre ll, iti . n, i, ill ,n,n tb s hpring Ttn-inch detp upholstery most jrpcn.Vs tpringt manufactured, tufttJ with real hair, and covered with genuine leather. 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