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ar'''r i" THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL JT, .1916. 9 Red Sox Defeat Dodgers by Score of 6 to 0 Yankees Shut Out the New HaVen Colonials in Listless Game '"-,- I I YANKEES LISTLESS; SO ARE COLONIALS p.irk. fliilly Dny Mnkes Game Dull. So Schnefer Stops It ftcr Seven Innings. HOMi: TEAM WINS, 5 TO 0 ty i hundred renins crowded Into i (.rounds yesterday afternoon to ,i pinto between the Yankees) of f.v Vork nml tlio Colonials of New M.ivf Tho Colonials are. made up of (.our collcco and former Romcthlnjr ,1. p.mrrii iind compose a uprightly ,i team. Tlio Yankees beat them, S ip i n a M'von IntihiR came, but the i . ti-.i tUmhed teal quality now and t'c, a'.d evidently are a (rood team if t'.-i! .1 -. T e J.iy was chilly and dark and unfit f, h iM'lMlt Dutch Schaefer, who was f tho relay of umpires wSilch ofll- ..i n til ;ui Inspiration und called the t -.x i'i tho seventh tnnlnr. It wann't , el on account of darknenn; It was t . .illed, and that was suniclent rea , it nil of the eurglng handful pres. tr.t l further thn contest went the . i- .-r .1 hectmo for thn Yankees, who, t.e . p.aycd a loose and carolenn H.i.e aid ixho couldn't lo blamed If ,..t chiefly by a deslro to pet through . . k'v I'le Way, the noted Yalenslau r'l :i hi Kit Krade pitcher, was eftectlvo jf i m V.mks for four Imilnns. hut .. 'Vth and sixth he wns hit briskly e Upon slipped a coc. i o ;det.n eoi.ieked Way's waftlnit he io i' 'in unylody else did. He man a ted to help 'hlmcelf to a thre bagger, i i i .co was robbed by Drown, who f i ir splendid catches In deep centra Manager Donovan had a string of t ..rrumerur!es In tho lineup before the . moon was over. T -day the Yanks will begin a three . .! -erics against the Giants at the I' ti'ounda and will bo up against s . if-im oppoidtlon on all week days i- ii until tho pennant race begin. Cill.ONIAl.5. NEW YORK (A. I. ) ah Ii ii a ill h Mi r PVil.rxlf - 0 " iMalsel.cf.... ) I n I I It I i er 'O 3 i l a v man ci.... 11 1 o e i. .( !! 1 0 r.C.IlhTr.M 3 : 0 0 0 , .rf i 0 1 ojcook.rf.. ..ooooo I : n lMaa-ce.lt.... .114 0 0 o t n 1 HaUr.Sh. .. S 1 1 : o " 7 4 0 ruumnnn.ib 0 5 n 9 nr,!ihv b .Tir.e I o o i.KVon.ib... : i l 3 l 10 11 Pipn.lli .. ; 0 5 0 0 iMullen.lb t 1 1 0 o J I It 3 Tetklnp'h.ss 3 1 0 : 0 T'ai noone.ss. .oooio Mexander.c. 5 t f. 0 Nun'm'k'r.c 1 1 0 J 0 Tippie.p.. ..1001 t Cifrtwell. Markle.ii. inweil... l n n o n 1 o o 0 o Totnln. .. ; 10 nu 2 fitt-d tir Tlppl" In i.irk . .. . n nnn innire. ., 0 0 0 n 0 t-A ... 0 0 0 1 1 J x- K i' e f ihoolrv Matee, Hakrr. OeiV'nn. nirh Firnl bae on firnr Colonial : ti on baei--Colon! 1. 6: Nw York. 4. !.ic on lnll-Olt Tipple. J: off Mirlile. -ii nek out- Hjr Wat, ;:tijr Tipple 5. Three hit -Oiii-on Two Iuim hit H FaUrjr. y OMhooley Alex.ni W SaaHdcn fl.r mi Moicii nape - P. Kaliy i. Mraan. l ilv. M-ifip Double Plsr rtron ami I'.i-vil ball Alexanlfr Wild pitch iiiif u:t nppie. t in nrr inmrvs; I.irkle. none in two inninfii. t'mpirfa well, llaumann. Schaefer and MocTHte. 1 hour ami minutrf. C0AK1EY STILL A PITCHER. MiIhIiic iltf I.onK Branch Cubans In of Their Karly Lend. ' ".drew J, Conkley demonstrated to t ("vP in stars or long Hraticli on F. it Pield yesterday afternoon that he a pitcher as well as a coach. Ho t.e t Ui'o the box for his Columbia team . exhibition game with the score 1 f air.un-t him In tho fourth Inning he i he carne. out nt the end of the i"i'iig his team was leading by a c e f r. to'". Tho Cubans showed a t'llanced team nnd swatted Hud f' fa freshman pitcher, hard and ' 'o- the first two Innings. There- i n were forced to rest on laurels "I Kit nel. f i i' .rfkley announced that Ills full i' i bo In against tho Cubans t c r oy not only a victory but i i Ii .1 hutting practice for to w smie with Manhattan College wre: it it i: ' sun . : t no n o o n o a s - . i i u n o o o r. o o o 0" s i - - - Columbia, t'tilloton. I'oakley t rioiiilninn. Ixinic Hrinch Cut'in ' 1 . . .trroa, r.idrun. (Joruales anil l -lr. MIDSHIPMEN MAKE ERRORS. Their I. nose Cleldlna Helps iieiirgpfnitn to Victory. "s, Md., April fi. Hy hunch-- a time when tho Navy team rg me loose work In the field .' 'in won from tlio midshipmen - afKrnoon by fi to 1. Hlodgett ' a- effect ie as usual and hhowerl . es The brenU of the game thlnl Inning, wheii the vlsl ' - d fou r times on doubles by v I'd Cueack and t-lnglea by Mr. I .Murphy, torether with luck W'i'k In the field by the mid ' Tho score : n it. r.. ' 1 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 t v Jfnv 2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 ' ' Murray nnd llagrr, Hlodgett llrniea Ilent Senators. 1 '.TIN, April n, The Hoston mole advantage of Hoehllng's mid scored enough runs In tho e .,ng tn-day to defeat tho Sen. 4 to I In a hard fousht game, and Tyler, visiting pitchers, le t ve, Tho score : n. ii. n. sm OtOOOOOfl 0 1 s 1 0 0 P 0 0 1 0 0 34 It 0 ' ' - Ayers. Ilnehl I nc and (Ihar rdi Tvlr anrl liowdy, Tregre. ' " Orth. I1II1. Heat TopeUa. . pril fi. Com!skej-s White cd with the local team hero S x winning 12 to 3. Score n, 11. r. -IS IS 3 - 3 t : Doofcner, 1 0 3 0 0 1 3 4 0, 1 0 1 0 0 0 I 0 o- ctcnita and Lynns i 'now, Morris .Mne I.nars. -'orris High School lost to Mnn 'dug yesterday at Commercial a i-core of 4 to 3. Th" gamn 1 1 at tho end of the flflh on f daikncSH. Morris got only "nrr.-.n placing ths b.-.l! In right r a slnirln In tho second. Kforliiff T I 1 T T'lf , w ti 01 s I fie'-l f. 'o nf h tenm', three runs. Manual jut f'.ur hits, Including two doubles. The sole M ,r.i, Mir, n. 11. n ...0 3 0 0 e 3 1 1 "'lining,. .0 0 4 0 x 4 4 3 e' en Mute hlna, Meany and Parhlan; r tan and Hwaln. Ktri I'aelttc Coast Lraaar. no '. Salt Lake, 1: Loa Anglea. 4; an Francisco, 7i Portland, 3. IHM.Im.i, lo.PAY. KI1HKTS FIRLD. " t is fln.ion Amtrlcapa, 3 P. M. . 01 INTS ts. .YANRERM. aims T ca 3H P. M. Adm. 6c -Aiv DRIZZLE COULDN'T KEEP WHITEWASH OFF DODGERS World's Champions Bat Jeff Pfeffer's Curves Hard, While Robbie's Men Are Powerless Before Carrigan's Twirlers. Thcro was llltlo noutlshmcnt for Hrooklyn In the opening game of a three Ply series between tho Dodgem and the world's champion Itcd Kox at Kbbets Field yesterday afternoon. Vhon the last play closed the rain rlddon contest tho Houlns were Blaring Into tho Jawa of a 6 to 0 defeat. Aside from the benefits of practice and experience to be gained by the rivals thcro was little occasion for exposing the good arbiters to an hour and three-quarters of drizzle. Not enough money wiui received at the box cidloo to pay tho ushers, and the weather throughout was as dlsmul as Squire Kbbets's feelings over the Dodgers' failure to sldratcp the whitewash. I.Ike the average ball game this one was ilcclded on two points, hitting and pitching. Hobble's boys didn't score any runs becaiiKe they couldn't lilt Carrigan's toMers; Carrigan's lads scored nt will early In the fray becnuso they lilt big Jeff I'fcffers curves hard and often. I'fcfcr wasn't so bad after the second Inning. Hut In that fatal era he did enough damngo to ruin any major ball game. He allowed five straight clean blngles. Including a triple und two doubles utter two were out. Jeff broke up the hitting tdreak with a pass to Hoblltzell. tlostou's run In the third, the last of the game, wan directly due to an error by (Setz, who let Harry's grounder dribble between his legs. Meanwhile the Dodgers could do abso lutely nothing with the pitching served by Mays of the world's champions. Jimmy Johnston, the Pacific coast re cruit, managed to get one solid blow off Marty Mcllale In the ninth. This was the only drive of any description that penetrated the Infield. The lilt by wheat. In the eeeoml, anil the one by Daubert In the sixth the only ones of any kind that Mays allowed In half a dozen Innings were of the scratchiest variety. Harry tlcliled the nr.it ana Mays the second. Tho plays at first were so close Klcm could have ruled cither way without offence. Only once wns either Mays or Jicnaie threatened. The Dodgers managed by grace of Daubert's fluke lilt and passes to O'Mara and Wheat to load the cush ions with two out In the iiixth. Jimmy Johnston, who hud Just replace.! Mer In centre field, lashed a wicked liner toward r sht. Unfortunately It can nonaded right Into Hoblltzell's hands, which gripped the flying leather for tho third out. On his s-eoni trip up jonn ston opened the ninth with a neat double to left. Hooper made tine running catches of Texas Leaguers from the bats of Cutshaw and (Jetz. Trouble begun for PfelTer In Jig time. Hooper, first up, opened tho game wtlft a 'clenn shot to rentre and Scott sacri ficed. Speaker rolled sharply to Getz, who held Hooper at second while he threw out thn batter. Hohlltzcll's Jolt bounced safely off Pfeffer's gloe, turn- NEW LEAGUE READY TO BEGIN. I'ennsyltanla ."fate Clrrnlt Has niaht t'lnli In I. Ine. I.AXCAHTEn, Pa., April 6. I.en (Iroome, organiser of tho Pennsylvania State IlacebaJI agiie, was here to-day ar ranging for opening the ee.-u-on at Itnss mere Park. lit- antmutiwd the league as completed with debt dub. Lin caster, with I. H. Retnhart as president and Hill Dahlen of Hrookljti or Hill Phillips, National Leaguer, as manager. Heading, Jnmes T. Shrccknrd, nnnager; Harrl8burg, (ier.rKo Cockhlll i Lebanon, Hugh McKlnnon, Allentown, S'lllie Keeler: York, Lew Hitler, and Altooua, Percy Slettler. (Jrnome said that President Tenner of tin- National Leacue Ii favoring their inoement and will It gets protection. The Lincaster trim lux twenty-two men under contri who will report un April 27. The ic.i.s.m opens May l'l. SWARTHM0RE BEATS CORNELL. Itbarnns Lose hy sni I'hrlr First r itC S l 4. I lame ! . ! the i SwAr.TitMoiiK. Pa.. April . In flrt ame of the scieun for both te.inn Swarthmore ilefeatf.l IMIIieil Here mis afternoon by n semo of i to 1, Coach Hettner's men led from the start, -.coring t.Mn ...u in tho first iTiiiinar. and were . .1. Al Charno'u never nenuen, iii.in.ufc.. ... . . protegcn mado a (Ii'teriuliif-1 ran in u.e fifth when thev talllul 11 like number "f ' runs. 11,0 freshman Mar. took the Ogden mound fur Swarthmore at the sian 01 . . . ..... the uame. opiKM-ed to 1 Usen of 1 oriirii. 1- rwi. relieve, 1 (lcdeti In the sixth Inning. The i-corc : it. 11. r. Cornell . 0 0 II 1 3 0 0 0 0-4 :. U Swarthmore , 3 0 1 3 0 1 n x s 10 3 liaturles filseii and Clary; Ogden. II. Corong and Harry Cllb nml .Shrrveports Tie. SlIREVKroRT. La., April fi. Thn Cubs nnd the Innings without getting a run this ntu r-i noon nnd then a rainstorm broke up thu , contest It xvns a pitchers' b.ittlo be- l coniesu 11 1 tween Hetidrlx and l lntt. lh ' .V""" mado only one hit off tho local liurlcr. a ! double by Mulligan, and only two hits' were mado off Hetidrlx j UoK fhow nt the MrAlpln. Tho last but ntw of the bi-monthly of ih- tiiv Doc Club of New v. 1. ..an h V...1.I this nfternoon at the McAlpIn Hotel, the final session being set for April 2D, MU Theodora U II - Isour will Judge the Pekes. Mrs. Walter Hill the BnglUh toys and Mrs Henry Hills tne l"ier " IIUIIMTUU.-. llllll ..... " -' set during thn winter. SCHOLASTIC ATHLETICS. ethical Culture claims the basketball champlonehlp of the private srhoola of tho city, it lost only 0110 game 111 ieu starts. Its victories were over Horace Mann, twice: Harnaiil, Columbia uram mar, twice; Fianklln, twice, nnd Irving-on-the-Hudson. It also won from Uras mufi Hall. The flvo scored 2S9 points. Xavler High School has Issued tho call for laiseball candidates. Pitchers who n-porled are Joo Hrnwn, M. Cun ningham, Hill Murray uri lty t'ronlni catchers, J. Ccverley, V. Sullivan, J. Me Oownn and Duadax. Tho season will open against Kcton Hnll I'reji at Seton Hall on April 13. Otto nrnnnrs has been elected captain of the newly organized swimming team at Townsend Harris Hall. Saul Ullman will manage tho team. He would like to hear from senior grade teama of other schoolii. Roliert )J. Waterman, manager of tho Orango High School buseball team, lias arranged a schedule nf seventeen games. Klght will be played on the homo dia mond. The season will open April 17 against Olenrldgo High. Coach Carl Selhert iiaa tun vtlurana among I1I.1 candidates. Ing Into Cutshttw'tt territory quickly enough to prevent Hooper from trying for thn plain. A second later a double steal got the run. when MrCarty's throw hit Klein. )ji the second Oetz nailed (lardner easily and Harry imppod to O'Mara. Then things of ii ulnrtllng nature hap pened quickly, Cndy pumped n single to centre. Mays hot a one bagger Into right. Hooper tripled to left for a brace of tallies. Wheat got his flnscr tips on the line drive, but not enough to break Its flight. Scott doubled to right, scoring Hooper. Speaker doubled Into left and Scott scored. (ietz's error put Harry on with one out in tno ttunl. carty's out advanced tho runner and Mays's hit sent Harry home. Pfeffer got safely past the next three Innings through fine outfield sup port. Zacli Wheat's shoestring catch In the fourth took nn extra base hit from Speaker. In the fifth Myers ran away back and grabbed for a low liner from Uardner. Malls, a recruit southpaw, finished tho last three Innings for Hrooklyn. Ho was not scored upon, though he was In hot water weveral times. Cutshaw cut McCarty's throw and nlnned Shorten at the plate when the latter attempted a double steal with McNally, With Only on first and one out In the elphth C.isey Stengel mado a wonderful catch of Mcllale's line drive. He clutched the ball Juft ns he bumped full tilt Into tho fence, but though he spilled bndty Casey held his grip. The catch was Indeed timely. Hooper followed w-ltli a clean single to centre and Scott scratched a hit to Dnubert, which filled the bases. Wheat then came to Malls' rescuo with a dandy running catch of Speaker's long foul. Tho score: BhsTO.V (A. L.) DROOKXYN (N. L.) , " n ' Ob h p Scott.M, 4 3 0 : 0 Dautiert.lb. Hob zell.lb 3 1 a 0 0 Whcat.lf . Jaiiw-in.lt.. 1 1 : o 0 Mrr.ef.... Henen. f J 0 I o 0 Jotin.ion.cf Shnrten.lf ; I 1 o 0 Ctit-aw.2b. oarilner.i'b. 3 0 11 1 Ottb .MeXlly,3b 111 'Mtrirty.e.. Iiarrr.:t). s o i 3 oP(fftfr.p.. Ca,ir.e... 4 ; 1 0 -Miller.... , ?!".'," 3 5 0 1 Mntli.p.. .. .MiiliJe.p. tool o't.Monrey.. 3 o r t o 4 19 0 0 4 12 0 0 .1 1 0 0 J 0 0 0 O '.'1300 4 0 0 1 0 4 0 0 3 1 3 0 5 3 1 1 0 0 3 0 looo o 1 0 0 o o 1 0 0 0 o Totala Itir.-Tto it ti,i. 7I 4 21 11 3 'Hatted for I'fefler in the Hath Innini mine.! jor -m.hu in ine ninth Inning ',0'on ..1 1 1 9 0 0 0 0 o IlrooUlyn . oooooooo oo lluin (for Iln.tom-lliKiper. 5; Scon, llarrj. V.a,l-r. .-',) Pirt bae on errors HoHim, I, iirnox'yn, i.en on rve Moduli, to nrooKivn. : i nree naae rmiinnrp i h,fcKip,!.kt,'s J$"'u!'- ,1,a"'.: WetTer.1 lMr,p,ro'ut--:ilvn',M:,";!,Kr1:PIM" ler, .; ny .Man., i. sunnce lilt Scott i Stolen bj-es-Hooper JlohllUell llit--Off innltu.'. off Mat. 2 in . iS. nV mVTI itaie. z in tnrre ninnies Hit by pitched hall -Pv .Mcll.il iMcCfrti I'mpire In riiiet I Nalhn. Field I'mpire- Klem Time of same i I hour .tint I", minute" MANY UPSETS AT BOWIE I'rarnpk Wins nt l.nna Odila p. prrntlcr Hides Tivn Winners. Howin. Mil.. April . ITpwts were niiiueroiM at the Howin track to-day. Einest I'tterhach'H Peiirrh-k. at odds of ls7 Ic. j;. shriw-eil a clean pdr of heels to a big field in tho -t NtM t.ii In the -c-onil r.nv Sen l.i. n heavily plavcd how. wa- b.ully bi.iten Alnikeiui,-, the newly acquired np. piintlcc riding for the Shield- M.ibl". fide two winners. .M.ickctui,. is u .ishiiiKtoti l.id. Many horxemen nav h will develop Into a first class Jockey Th summaries : 1'irst It.icc--For tv o-year-o'ds selling, four furluiik's ChemunK, 11.1 iSchuttliiKeri. J4 90. i: mi .in.l I - '".0, on: (ire.n l.,ll, 11" (llnnneri, IS Id nnd U To. second lolden lliiitiim, 1" (fcliHinmerhorni. Ill 10. third. Time. 0 !!,. J!o Kje. My lilrl. Cherry llelle, l.aiey l.ui,ie , Crti.es ami Mnry l.dla nn ran eiH.nd llace F,ir three. ear nlds; se!l Inc. fle and im-haf fur'.i.ncs Tp' graphs. 10j l Auitirni. ill 7". 17 and .l :o, wnn, llllen Snoilie 1 05 (Hiillunni.j ilnarri. I: third ' lime. i o 1-S. m lintlnei. Jcrrv. Jr. Sltiiinet :tnd Snyihern Mar a sn ran. Third ra e For lhree.jear-o!ds and now nrl . ellitij:. sexen fiirlniics -ll,i-, .i.i.l. ti ( ui.ei, f,; -.a, hf) ftnd 1'-' s'J, -o 'nni'-'n'-rl.'Sr Ja' '." J""', .,0 ,(, . '' t: 1 Mr iliuk. H-, Thuught Header and Tenor a,si ran I I'ourth Hare -For four-Near oals and fllro.., -oulck. 112 ,A,r,r(P1 $; ;o, i 20 and 12 70. won. iiuSe Tr.ners. 107 iM.iuntalni. 13 10 mil ,.. r ...a v...o. tn? 1 J. h J(. ...... I lirni. II .;. 'thlnl. . Tliue, I 2k' l S. P.ir.l Ma. m rnus. iiuin .'uricK anil Hie. u,,.,,,, nl r,in , Fifth Itm e v-.r lour se.ir-o'.ds aim up ard; e"lnK: elv fiirlonss outlook, 91 f.Xlc Kenrtei. 117 10. fi and 1 1 to. vinn.l Martin (as a. lit illanoicri 13 70 and .in re. .il. Ina Ku 1"7 lCrul-al, 1 1 40. 1 third. Time. 1:11, Striker, Water l.lly. I. line Lnmatid. Jack Hanover, VorU.lte.l The Uiiiiip and Xprl.a also run ' r-lth Kiicc For fnur-year-olds and ni ward, one inllo anil seveuti xards pea I enck. Hot (Mountalni. t7 :o, l : and. Is. won. Hitway. Ill (llrovvnl $1X0 anl1 ttTlr.l Time, 1:47 ! 5 Lucy ileorgo ,:rl-yX. and n inr tr,nnl!, , ,n- and sexenty nr,. Mrmo Frk. Uix (J MeTaggartl. 41 .1,1 . 70 and l.'.SO, won. Cock Spur, UJ (UnnV(,r, $3,,o anii :,t,n, second, 1 ady .-plrliuelle. 100 Mlrowni. tl s. third, ,,, ; pritsKru, Te I j-l. Oeraid and llctnan also ran. TO-DAY'S BOWIE ENTRIES. Firl Itaie Maiden thte year-olds and up xiaril, six slid a half furlnncs: Colleqtor lie, natieiiur .siasier.. . 11' 111 I .a IVitto Noir. .. . II 114 Aldnnua II W Coatuine . .. 10' luVMcUllaiid .1 i Queen of Paradise 10, 'in . .j,,,,, , . Trend .. . ! Ml .oNiue Tall. Uataiiora 103 1 se.-oiid Itaee-selltnir; Allies and marei three venr.olits slid Howard: sex'en fnrlorua L-uiy London . 112 t'astar 107 Cnsah.i t 'Task , . K'i F.lith ll.iumaiiu 101 Huth Strickland . 10: .Margin rt Mrlse ltd Third llace Selling; three ear nlds and tip. rd: one mile and twenty yards' Sonlelln HIIIKliaid I.an(dnn. no U'l 1 nousiltieiiiier . . 110' 107 in; , ios I 100 and ! Teper 107 Water i.hiI Nicidon . . If' lllllle lllhtis Monleeal . to, 'Tom llan'ock , Carlaveroi k .. . 103 Nannie .Melleo,., Fourth llaee. Sellltui: four-year-olds iipuunl: 0110 mllo and twenty yarua: Itiislliiic brass lir.i.Mln Waters IK Sen Pi-nif lllbiinir of Valley 10! Peat nek !'; (lalnshorouirh KM Kinder lain lOllFinalee V. Lady llutterlly . I'K Fifth Ilii'-e Selliiic: three year-olda snd up Hard; one nine ami iwriny yarns: L'liltyliinik Ill Atihery Illacliford U'J'llt nr Klntr Yodeies icr. "Lr.cr7ct,c Hobby lloyir l"S Sixth Itiu'e-Selllnes Ihrre-yesr-olda; Colonel Outruns... 110 Mloh Itntflrld.... Lurltlli 1" 'Ana Hp Folllleliin . . 10:. Molly O Scottish Knidit. 10J Killtli Olira. . HI! 110 . 50! j one 1 . I0K 1. 10f. 1 . II)-, ItKI Sei-riith Knee- Selllns ; lliree jfar olda and upward; one mile and twenty yards: Autumn .... .,. IIIMIIam Lander. Ill Afterslnw . .. li'jllleu I'ncas,. . in Ahara . .. 1', llendel . , o Soiitliein tiold. . 101 Primary . . Ml Appri nllfe allnwuiiie elolnied :,,risr.":NAV.', MANHATTAN iil'.V, t star lu-iiiimitt itiiuta. Tnm'illlp't I AUtti.0Oc.rles'd7fifttl wi.lloinal'J.HHH "Hlb I FORDHAM NINE TOO FAST FOR TIGERS Gels Even for 1015 Reversal, Scoring Four Runs While Mnrtln Blanks Foe. BE H RIO AX PUNISHES BALL PntNCETON, April . Fordham's base ball players avenged their defeat last year at tho hands of Princeton by blanking the Tigers 4 to 0 here this afternoon. The game was played during a misty rain and the Held was slow. The visi tors owed their success chiefly to the consistently effective pitching of Mar tin nnd their own timely batting. Mar tin was touched for five safeties by the Tigers, but all of them were single and no two were allowed In the same Inning. Herrlgan starred at the bat for the Knrdham nine, with a brace of doubles, which served to offset his frequent er rors at short. Chaplin, tho Tiger pitcher, was hit freely and was saved from a larger score against him only by bril liant fielding of his mates. He suc ceeded In holding tho visitors scoreless until the fifth, when n scries of errors by Drlggs nnd Ijiw. coupled with a pass to Herrlgan and a clean single by Mar tin, resulted In bringing McGinn and Kltzpatrlck home. Kordham did not score again until the ninth, when l-'ltzpatrlck drew a pass, reached second on the next play and came home on Kerrigan's double to right. Herrlgan In turn was brought home when lllakn drove the ball Into deep centre field for two bases. Tho only cnnsolntlon the Princeton supporters derived from the game was the apparent discovery of a first class man for left field In Keating. This plnce has been worrying the Tigers greatly this year. Keating singled twice nnd flelrted brilliantly. The score: riHNCETON. I FORDHAM. ab h p a e! ab h p a e Keatinr.it.. Tibbotl.rf . lto.vi.ef Prusa.M .. !murla.e Sculb lb. . Shea So, . 4 3 10 Oiniakelt 4 13 0 0 MHO 4 0 1 0 0 Kmtsce.tb. 4 o i o o Shsnkey.rf 4 3 0 4 llllimleo.lb . 4 13 0 0 4 3 13 0 1 4 (1 1 1 olMNlinn e . 4 0 3 1 0 2 0 11 10 Fttlpal'k.Jb 3 0 4 0 4 0 4 1 olltall.rf . .30100 I.-.3t) 4 0 3 3 linerrlran.ai 3 3 1 Chaplin. p Total" 4 114 0 Martin. p. . 4 12 4 0 31 S3? It t Totala ,34 A 27 H Princeton ivh,m .. ,00000000 00 00002000: Iliin-Mc(iinn. Fitipatrlrk 2. PerrUan Stolen b.nc Law Sacrlflc hits Tlbbott, Marlln. Two ba hlt-!ierrlran 3. Hlake. lmmlro. Douhle play Martin and Ilerriaan Struck out-lly Chaplin, : by Martin. 1 Vlrat lii-e on ball--Off Chaplin. 2: off Martin. 2, Hit rjy pitcher--make Left on baaea-Prtnce. . . i. .. . ... . , lTineeton. 3! Knrilham. 1 1,'mplrea-Conahan a"J F' T""f-' hw Bj 45 mlnut"- Wllllnnis I'nable tn Hold l.earl 'Haiimtti:svii.i.b. .Vn.. April . Will- 1ml t Virginia this afternoon by a scor.' of 12 to n.e visitors pr.' eented n strong Infield, ("lark showinr up esperlally well. Itok and Howland did the best work with the stick. Th" i-cnre It If, K Vlrrlnl.i . 10 0 3 2 2 0 4 x 12 o Wi'.iiains o o n o a o : n n i llattvrles --McCatl snel iSnathmay, Young nnd Ionel Penn tn llava Tralnlna Table, Piiii.apki.I'Iiia. April R. Twenty-four track nthletiia of the. University of r'tin lMiiu.i, will be placed on the training tilde Monday In preparation for tin' relays of April 2H and 2? The following men wen- on th list an nounced by f'o.iclt i irton . Capt, Mere dith, l-ockwood, Kaufman. Hnrtolet, I.etinnn. I'ope. Dnrsey, Seudder, I'ollon, Humphries, Dekorn, Ulenle, Mitchell, Lleberman, ('rani'. Warren, Hopkins, Thiboult, Newsletter. Swell, Diirlzes, Mathews, peenn and Iiougherty Nnvv I'liilabca Willi n It nab. Asnimi.i. April K. -The .Midshipmen won at larios.e from Cornell thin ntterniMii by to 2. The visitors led in the firs! half, scoring ih" only ;o.il Mipoiior sh cd and condition en. nbled tho Midshipmen to run th- Cor- ncltl'tus off their feet In the iiolng period. HalUlr.i ami Cornell Vletnrs, II. D Hulkley and I II. Cornell were lctors icslcrdav in tlio snuash chain totiin.iment of the Columbia Club. Ilillkley defeated It Wlgham at IS - I. 15- -'. and Cornell won from It. L. Strels-lgh at IS 13, I S 11. It wins all who ride No one can see this splendid car and not be charmed bv its beauty; nor ride in it and not be won by its luxurious comfort. No one 'can drive it ten miles and ques tion its smoothness and simplicity; nor drive it ten thousand miles and doubt its economy of operation and upkeep. When may wc demonstrate this master achievement In Hupmobile building to you .' Chas. E. Ries8&Co.,Inc. 1 The mnrk of superior niofor car : trrvice 1 fupmobils Company of Next) York Wholesale Warehouse, 1784 from! troy. KM Broadway, at Ftn-paaaenter Touring Car er Twn.paaatngrr Road, stsr, ll.OH. RaTan-pasMnger Touring Car, M.ttS, Prloss F. O. B , Dt troll. Hupmobile I'Its rasnrngrr Tearing Mmlel, Iflro $1.05. "Saving My Hits for Yank.," Says Kauff. ROANOKE, Va April C In answer to a message received from Capt. Huston laflt niffht in Chattanooga, Benny Kuuff rends his regards to Leo Magco and Frank Baker and hopes Ground keener Fabian has the right Held wall well padded to withstand a fierce bombardment. Huston wired that he hoped Benny would be in good shape. KaufT declares he has been saving his base hits for the Polo Grounds and hopes Donovan's pitchers will put the ball over the plate and not walk him. COMMITTEE TO END DISPUTES. Bometslrr, Rhodes and Patterso'n Will Act for Private ftrhools. The Athletic Association of Private Schools has appointed n committee on revision, which will settle all matters of dispute. The members are Douglas Homelsler, former Yale football star and student at Poly Prep; John Hnrsen Hhodes, Harvard, one of the prime mov ers In the old Intcrscholantlc athletic as sociation of New York, nnd Howland A. Patterson, Inspector of athletics of the Board of Education. Klevcn schools are members of the league Adelphl Academy, Hrooklyn Prep. Rthlcal Culture, Horace Mann, Poly Prep. St. Francis Xnvler High. St. John's Prep, Harnard School for Hoys, The Collegiate School, I'ranklln School, The Klnnayer School, Huckley School. De 1m Sallo Institute, Kelvin School ami St. Francis High Behoof. The officers are Virgil Prettyman, Horace Mann, president; P. R. Lane, Poly Trep. vice president; W. H, Maien. Harnard School, secretary : Father Clarke. Hrooklyn rrep. treasurer. CLASSIFICATIONS FOR RELAYS, Nearly All Event Have Filled Better Than i:er Hefore. Philadelphia. April 6. Final class! flcattona for all the events at the t'nl- verslty of Pennsylvania relay carnival on April 28 and 29 have been nnnounced with the exception of the championship In order to have the prlies engraved and the banners lettered It was neces sary to have entries close early for the collige and class relays, and these are now complete. Tho classe.s have filled better than ever before, and when all the big col. Irgea are heard from It Is believed that thu title raies will tie ruuy up to tno standard of recent j.cars. The one mile championship already has received tin entries of Harvard. Chicago. Princeton. artmoutn, ..'V;:"""'" I l'llllr) Olllllii, . 11. hs.--iiu...."ii iwi it.r class events follow Class at Championship Columbia t'nl- .Mlrhlsan Asrlcullural Collese. Holy Crow Uollece, l'ennsj ivanla State t-ollege. Class 1 Sarthmore College, Fordliam College. Johns Hopkins Fntverslty. t'nl xerslty of I'ltt-burs, Coe Cullexe, llulfalo L'nltrrrlty. . , , . Cass : -Ihlhuqlie Codece, Csrnecie In stitute nt Technology New Vork fuller elty, Haverford Cllese, We.lryall I'ldler alty, tlatnlltnn t.'olleae. Newberry Colieae. Class 3--lVIat.' '.illesc. thlKh till erslt), I.aflllPtte Cnllegs. HllCknell Fill. irrfii). .,, nr, ....... v ...... erlti. Worcester I'elyteehnte institute, Waahlnaton Fnlrrstt Clas I Washington and Jerfrrson Col. . .... .l.i. ...i M .r.i,ii mil..... ,:..'..!., ... i-,.lle... Muiilenlierc Colleae. fi. Joim's College (Ann. 1, Cathullc L'ldver- ..... .... ,1.1. . l.lt.tf 0,, Alliieiic I 11111 laei nicni rioin nit, c:a.. .'-I'olt.g- of -l-rsey ' ty J'evi nth rotittd on ti'D.md fought under lV.Htut-:"v.UeiMirTsew, big handicap. Tin- Index finger on I,. Institute. Temple coiieite. N. York to'-, rich' hand been m' badly swollen us a lee of Pents' an I drat i-jrs.ri. Indtsi i i r,..,!t .if striding Tnland'n head. The .Normal J- - yi'li; iV'1"!'..!.''''!"; -"nlv kno.kdown of tV bout was scored ,J ..'.lW '"". 'hen O'Dowd laml.d stiff ieite. t'rlTU i-o'e, vn'anovii 01 e-e. I right blind iipi r. iit to the chin. Toland ll.snon Valley college. Junuta coiiei:-. , ,) ti,,. count of t lie Ithlle Island -Hate I'lilige, Trenton , . ATm'Jj"': ,,,.,., ;lfTor,l W.ilcolt .1..... llr.t I'nrm. Oi pH a Colln of I'hsrmac) . Art anl Ten Hie School. .Vhool of Prilagog. Li Si . College, Mrrher Iti-fnaea to .Meet PllnbolT, Champion Joe Slechee has dee ni'd t" wristle Fred lilakoff st the Stadium A c. on Apri I. Steih-r pleaded previous engagements., nnd suggested that lilaki'ft ('.efent some of the Ixiter known grapplers befnte seeking a match with him. An effort is being made to hao Vlariek Zbyszko meet pilakofT. Parker Itrneliea Final. II, Parker ontered the flnnl mund In the Heights Casino tennis totiniatiieni esterday nn a result of his victory oxer T L. Dodgo In the elnltlal Tho vie tory was In straight jets nt 1 2, fi -2. Every time you see a tail light like this vim know that another Hupmnhile has passed you. Although it has a better reason for be ing there than that: Hacking in the dark -some places you need that illumination. One thing that has always given me confidence in the Hupmobile s that no point of real comfort or convenience has ever appeared too small or inconspicuous for the engineers 10 incorporate in nupmoptle design, 61a HI. rhena Circle 16U ERRORS BY N. Y. U. GIVE GAME TO DARTMOUTH Homo Team Loses Its First Contest, of Season by Score of 2 to 1. The New York University baseball team was defeated on Ohio Field yes terday afternoon In Its opening rama with Dartmouth College by a score of - to 1, Krrors made It possible for each side to score one run early In the game. The break rutin In the lucky seventh, when Dartmouth was able to send the winning tally across the. plate. In the first Inning an error by Men delsohn allowed Osborne to reach first. Two more by Mooney allowed him to cross the plate. In the seventh Paine walked and went to second when Hskellne was put nut at first. Perkins waa passed and both men advanced on Williams's grounder. Pal tie scored the winning run on a passed ball. The local players proved especially weak at hatting, making only one hit. ThcJr only run was made In the second. Mendelsohn was hit by a pitched ball and went to second when Strawbrldge was put nut nt first. He scored on a single by Draper. In order to got a line on his whole squad Coach Kellogg put In nearly an entirely new team In the sixth Inning. This was probably the cause of the de feat. The score: DAHTMOl'TH I N. Y. U. sti Ii p a e ab h n s Dfbnrne.cf. 3 110 ft Telelmsn.:b 4 0 3 6 0 Keene.lf., Miirphy.e 13 0 O.M'CllllVh.cf 3 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 1 o'Keetlna-.ct.. 1 0 2 0 0 Thleise'r.aa 4 0 1 0 0 I'failc. ..... 1 0 4 2 0 Iliihamel.rf X 0 0 0 o .Men.ru n. 10 l o o s l I'alne.lb... 3 0 10 1 Olr'rcltatr.Sb.. 10 10 0 Ktkellnelb 3 0 0 1 1 Moon'r.lb.lf 1 0 11 0 2 i'erktii.:b. 3 111 0 Strsmbr'e.ns 3 t 0 1 William, ,p 3 0 1 4 0 Sclmart.aa 1 0 0 0 0 . . 'Hurt. r.iixi 3 i w " v Totali.... 27 It l.Orea-orr.rf.. 1 0 0 0 Kxan.in z o a 1 v7l .. .... 1 O a 1 0 Marden.... 10 0 0 0 Totila ....27 1 27 IT 4 'iiMlfi tor won in tne ruran inninc. Dartmouth 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 J J V, P 01000000 01 . """. ,. f"E22!SB k m , tn tour Inninra. Struck out By Wluismt, t- l.v llftphtnntn. py oii, t First base ilf. 3. Hit on bslla Uft lliubioom. 1: off Wolf. 3. hy pitchnl hall -Py Wolf (O-bornei. br Will tains (MeniUlsnhni Passed ball I'fau UonWe play Tftelman aD Mranrlii4te, in on basts IJartnioulh 6 Kirst bae on error Dartmouth, 2; New York. 1 Umpire-Swsn-son. Time I hour and mlnutu, I Wills niid Johnson tn Clash. I Tho Harlem Sporting Club will en tertain with forty-eight rounds of box- ' Ing this evening. The feature N the ten round windup between Harry Wills ' and .lohn Lester Johnson, negro neavy . weights. John Helsler. manager of the , ,,,. 1 club, has arranged another good attrac ! tlon for April 14. On that date Jimmy Coffev will box Marty Cross ten rotunds. ' Memphis on the same bill. White lliltpolilts Wells. K.tSrH Citt, Mo. April 6. Charlie White of Chicago earned the decision oxer Matt Well", tne r;ngusn iigni-i weight, In their fifteen round bout here I to-night The Chicago lad landed the tnoro and the 1 leaner blows In a ma jorlty t'f the rounds, i Mlilillr-TrlBht Wins. ,l ... ...... 1 i,ihI. 1 Mike U Poml, tho t. Paul mlilale. weiLrht. whipped Jack Toland of Fhlla- , delnhlu In ten round. nt the Clermont! I . . . .. . . . . .... ' Miivtclaii:. N. J . April fi. Oirrord Walcntt won the dlxe for form competi tion In the aquatic meet of the Y. M c A. senior" to. day. Snelder Wind xxms second and J Young third. Wnlcott se-1 cured 2fi points nut of a possible 3n, ylgayajwqesgli I'jU-'y ' ' ' . DEUTSCH-AMERIK A ILLUSTRATED GERMAN SINGLE COPY 5c YKAHI.V TMIC BIGGKST FIVK CKNTS WORTH KVKR OF I'K RICO HY A PUBLISHER 01- GERMAN PERIODICALS IN THIS COUNTRY. Deiitsch-Amerika is printed on the finest coated stock pennittmg superior illustration effects, and develops its reading matter along lines of greatest interest to Americans of German descent. It has just entered upon its second year of publication, a: promise of rivalling the leading magazines'of the United States, is national. APPEARS EVERY WEDNESDAY Deutsch-Amerika completes the line connecting advertis merchandise and the most desirable German-American liomcs. ADVERTISING RATES ON APPLICATION PUBLISHED HY THK NKW YORKKR STAATS-ZKITUNG, NKW YORK X COLUMBIA WEAKENS AT END. flrona Athletic Club Hockey Trnm Win (lame by (I In 4. The Hronx Athletic Club won from Columbia University at hockey last night at the Ice Skating Palace hy a score of 6 goals to 4, It was close go- lng In the first half, but in the second the college ladi weakened. Clnlirtly. at left wing for tho Hronx team, shot the first goa. on a rebound from Hast ings's skate after three minutes of play, Johnson and Plstus followed with goals for the Columbia six, the latter assuming the lead for the only tlmo In tho game. Four minutes beforo the first period wns over tlnlletlv again raged the puck, tying the scorn. Tho lineup: llrnns A. C, Ittrishome, , N. Walker Amy Oalletlr !amarche. . . . n. Walker. . . I'oi Itlom. .. Ool .... . . Point .... t'overpolnl , Left wing.. . t'entr . . . ColiittihU. HsFtlnsa Jthriin cteary fl-l)i- Smith Wilson Columbia, 4, night wing. A. C. (: score 4Hroni flenre at end of first half llronx A. 4 Columbia. 2. Ooala For Ilroin A . (lal letly 3, Howard, N. Walker, liniarchc: for Columbia. I'latus 3, Cleary. .fnhnaon Huh stltute llonard for It. Walker Iteferee K. W. Mout. llmplrei .t. Hogar, Mtaten Island V. C and A. C. Smith, Wamicrer A. C. Time of periods 30 minute. DUKE WINS AND LOSES. Hawaiian Finishes First In On tnr, hot Is Beaten In "Itiio." Chicaoo. April 6. Duke Kahana mokii. world's champion swimmer, de feated Arthur Halthel of the Illinois Athletic Club In the 100 yard swimming match to-night In the Illinois A. ('.. lank. The Duke's time was &! seconds. In the other contest at 220 yards the Duke was defeated by Perry MctJIIIIvray, wearing the colors of the local club. The time was 2 ;22 2-.r. D. Smith of the I. A. C, won tho plunge for distance. Prlncell of the Hamilton Club and ltodmoml or the x til -verslty of Chicago tied for second place. Vollraer to Swim Kahannmoku. New Brunswick. April H. Duke Kahannmoku, the Hawaiian swimmer, has agreed to meet Hal Vollmer, the Columbia star. In a special match race In the Rutgers pool some time In May. This was announced to-day hy Coach Jim Rellly of the Rutgers tenm. I,, I, Championship Shoot Tuesday. The Long Island clay bird champion ship will be held next Tuesday at the Keystone Yacht Club, Woodinere, L. I. Three scratch and three handicap prizes, one five man and one professional prize are offered by thn club. Two I.ecc-i trnps have been Installed, which will by open for practice at 10 A. M. The shoot will start at 1 P. M. Chase Signs With Itrda. Cincinnati. April fi. Hal Chas, former American and Fedet.il league star, has been signed hy the Cincinnati Iteds, Ptesidelit Herrmann announced to night. Chat.e was signed because reports Ktate Mollwitz's training arm Is not In condition. Mollnltz will be retained, OPENS Junction of Park How, The World's Three - 11 rrm.jrm'1 I EHRET'S BEER II GIBSON WHISKEY II SALTZMANN MANAGEMEis f Open All Night 7T TC .Clx 1U. TI. raHaUUXUn roi.i,i.t ii Saltzmann's Restaurant JERSEY CLUBS WANT LICENSES FOR BOUTS ('niiipliiiii That A. A. V. Is Preventing 1,500 Hoxers From Donning 31 ft ts. Amateur athletic clubs of Newark and Jersey City are stirred up over Hie fail ure of the registration committee of the Metropolitan Association of tlio A. A. V. to grant sanctions for amateur hog Ihg IioiiIh as ettipoweietl hy the law per mitting such contests that was passed recently by tlio New Jersey Legislature. Half a dozen applications have bean made, but outside of the Newnrk cele bration tournament scheduled for Hie latter part or Ma only one club has received a license. Thai Is the Warren A. C. of Jersey Cltj, which has re mained In a slate of lmctllty for yearn before the boxing law provided a chance for It to break out In a new line, Thomas Cassldy, the A. A. I', commit slorer fur the district, has been ap pealed to hy the disgruntled clubs. The Ist-uliig of .".auction Is not In his hands, however, ami the best the Commissioner could do was to promlso he would take the matter up with the members of the registration ifimmlttec. There are said to be I,a00 amateur boxers In New Jer sey ready and anxious to don thn mitt and tin- athletic clubs are more than willing to put on Units, but are tied up b the reluctance of the Isuly author ized tn Issue e.inotlons, The Idea prevails that the committee Is holding off so that the game will not liecnnio stale before the Newark cele bration tournament. Whatever tha cause It has been the means of amusing opposition to the law which may lead In lis repeal. Professional promoters have complained that the act savors of class legislation and want to know how It Is that a Isidy such ns the A. A. U. Is Intrusted with the Issuing of licenses rather than a commission such as exltta In New York State. The politician hava been approached nnd Senator Charles I Kgun of Jersey City stated that In case mere ih any tmuiiie over the working of the law ho will move to have It repealed As It Is no club can go ahead without the A. A. I', sanction, which must bo backed up by a polloip permit. I'tit her nod llnnuliler Win Prise. AlKKN. S. C. April 0.--I11 a mixed foiireso-i.e handicap graveyard tourna ment held thi aftertiooti at tho Pal me't'i flolf Club Clarence W Dolan, playing with his daughter, Miss Rosa Dolan, reached the nineteenth green twenty fet from the hole with a score of !.-i. .Mrs. Philip W. Llvrrmore and Frederick McLaughlin of Chicago were second, ten feet, away from Mr Dolan and Ml- Dolan. TO-DAY Xnssuu and Frankfort St?. Busiest Corner In -One dc Luxe, ns Nassau St, WEEKLY Sfl.St'RII' TION .$2.50 aire a. ts circulation crs of staple ltV.VsM-a