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Long Island Open Chamtobnshito and ProfessiomlaTournaments
LONG ISLAND GETS
NEW GOLF EVENTS
Amatonr, Professional nnd
Open Championships to Bo
Hold This Year,
CONDITIONS TO W NOVEI
Play Will Ho by Handicap and
AH Matched Over Thirty
Six Holies.
Long Island, with Its multiplicity of
Jtnks and leglona of players, la to set rj.
Withering pace for all other sections
calling themselves strongholds of the
royal ana ancient game of golf this year
Judging by what already ha-f been done
toward making up the season's calendar.
At least two tournaments that were not
there before are now down for settle
ment as soon as the scasqn for the com
petitive phase of tho sport rolls around,
and while both arc of the typo that will
confer a championship title on the win
ners It Is also on Interesting fact that
they have been brought- Into being
through tho enterprise and enthusiasm
f tho professionals.
One of these tournaments will be a
hone Island professional championship;
the other Is for amateur and professional
pairs. Details of bath have been com
pleted up to tho point where the' actual
Dlajlng dates are to be selected. The
Amateur-professional competition It is
thought will bo begun about the month
of June, but as the professionals do not
wish to conflict with any other meeting
they are to consult with A. II. Pogson,
secretary of tho Metropolitan Golf Asso
ciation, as to tho best tlmo for holding
tho Long Inland professional champion
ship. While tho professional tourney Is to be
conducted along the old lines of thlrty
alx holes medal play, tho other will ba
something of a novelty In this part of
the world, but an event, nevertheless,
that Is bound to stimulate Interest In
the competitive phase of the sport and
to bring the Long Island clubs as well as
tho amateurs and professionals Into
closer relation with each other. It will
be a two ball foursome, and ontrles will
be restricted to one team from each club,
although It will ba tho privilege of a
club to change tho amateur representa
tive between rounds should such a line
t procedure hecom- necessary.
Twit Wceka tor All Hound.
But tho novel part of this tournament
will be In the method of playing tho
rounds, lnstea'd of having the various
Club pairs foregather on some designated
course at a certain time, a period of two
weeks 1r to be allowed tor each round.
Tl(lrty-slx holes Is the test set for- these
rounds, this having been arranged so ns
to eliminate as far as possible tho ele
ment of luck, which It was thought was
bound to crop out In a single round, test
In tho way of one side or the other hav
ing the benefit of home links.
At the meeting, at which details of tho
tournaments were worked out yesterday,
it was shown that with a little luck a
certain team might go' right through
the competition wlthouttonce having to
visit a strange course. At first It was
thought that teams coming first out of
the hat In each Instance should I've 1
lowed to nominate tho links over which
the match should bo played, and that
the semi-final and Anal rounds should
be decldod on noutral llnkB. Tho prq
poaal to have thirty-six hole play In
eac,h case waa accepted, as a ready so
lution of the problem, seeing that in
addition to eradicating the luck of the'
draVr It would also enable each side to
compete over its homo course at least
once during the course of the tourna
ment, and so give the members of each
organization an opportunity to see their
own representative In action,
5Vo Money for the "Proa.''
While the Long Island open chai.i.
plonahlp Is to bo for the usual prize.,
the exact sums to be designated later;
the professionals In the team tourney
will recolvo not as much aa a cent,
whether they are defeated In the first
round, reach the final or win the high
honors. There will be an entry free of
10 for each team, but all money, roc-eked,
in this way will bo used to pur
chase medals for the winners, runners
ap and seml-flnallsts. It 3 desired to
Uve a championship shield to be held
r a year by th0 club entering tho
weeessful team, and the professionals
wilt bo only too glad to hear from
some one Interested enough to wish
to present a championship emblem of
this nature.
Those behind the tournament wish to
emphasise the fact that while this is to
bo an amateur-professional club pairs
championship, it docs not follow that
the organization represented by tho
h Shest rated pa,lr will win, In the first
rilnon It la U l .. - "
Bet tlon and th '1 1Z .f0"!3??.0 5 SH?
- , "v-.ikuui VI Lilt? UJIIW-
uur s club handicap will be. allowed.
uniy tnose amateurs orjerntlnir frnm
twelve strokes or Ices will bo eligibly to
?artlc.lp!l. Under thew 'conditions It
Is not difficult to see that the corapetl
noti will be as Interesting, exciting and
as uncertain In result up to the last shot
as any handicap club event to bo held
Now Urreua (or ApaiyniiiU.
I'elcr T.. v .
i eiij- iecs, one of tho best known
- acrpcrs, unKs designers and turf
peris in the United States. Is building
Tour new putting greens on the courso of
.nimwamis viun at Ilif, N. Y. Peter
tel .WOrk ,a,t obcr 1 a'
Ai noy '"S l'cW, up h tho
Arctic weather he means to have that
n.i 3 clrc"lt ready for everything
and anything that Is retired ot It dur
ing tho coming season.
t,0 ,g!eens,,'vlhat sre being treated.
i mv 7nA i t, ?re me urtli. flttlj.
eighth and eighteenth. The fifth will be!
entirely new and built on tho hill to tho !
Vl Va on Krcen and In. full view
. or the piayeP on the tee. This is a
change that will bo appreciated, as here
toforo the shot for this short fifth has
been practically a blind one. On tho
fourth Lees Is squaring pff tho green so
that it no longer will spill a good ball
Into the bunker, and at the eighth some
thing along the same lines is bclns Cone.
JjCCB plans to eliminate th
pendlcular bank at the back of this -i-it. ' N(w Yor,: clty
t.ng'strp..and to' I Vttt lUl
ine lormatiou of a punch bowl. Tin
eighteenth green Is being' raised and tbe
Bunker scheme Improved,
James Lindsay has been engaged to nil
tho professional position with the, OaK
Park Club of Chicago, made vacant bv
.the death of Ceorgo O. Simpson. Llnd"
eay, who formerly was Instructor with
one of tho St. Louis clubs, has been en
gaged building the new Btttmore courses
fit Bye, lie came Past to take up the
position as proression.il with the Ja
maica, Country CJub. and at the outbreak
. ... i , i , . .
jir jrwiucn vuHaaan army,
(
Columbia Experts Beaten btf N.. Y.
I lilMiiwi
WW : IHBHHHIH V:? ' KI T
MISS E, ROSENTHAL
WINS GOLF MEDAL
Leads Qualifying: Hound
Title Tourney With
Card of 05.
of
.Sjitdul to Tna Snx so Nrw "Yqk Ilwutn.
Palm Bbach. Fla., Feb. !. Miss
Elalno Rosenthal of Ravlsloe was
medallist In to-day's qualifying round oi
tho annual golf tourney for the woman s
championship of Florida. She was our,
In 40 and back In ,45, ten over her best
record for this course and Just good
enough to escapo a tie with Mrs. Quen-
tln Weltner. formerly metropolitan
champion and severalt times holder or
the' Florida title, who had a card of S6.
The medallist's sister, Mrs. Krnesi ny
flcld, Ravlsloe, whose card of 73 made
this season Is the record for this course.
fell Into fourth place with a card of 00.
Two divisions qualified ana on mo
average the scores were well below last
year's, 108 being good enough to get
Into the second division. Tho summary:
Vint Sliteen MIm Elaine Rosenthal, lt.-ivh-loe,
40, 4.WW; Mrs. Quentln Fclloer, South
Shore. 40, 40 Sfi: Mrs. Pavld Calltun. St.
Louis. 41. 4&-S9; Mr. Krnn-t IljtlrlJ, rtnvlslne,
4.1, 47 no; Mt Ioi Stumer, Itailslm. !.
31-91: Jllss L. Mitchell, Myoplt. 12, -1-0.1:
Mrs. T. K, Minn, Ruffalo, 41, 41-1"; U".
Duurlas IV. Paige. lMlnort. 44. 4 1: JHs
1infw Wlthcrbee, on Henry, 4:t, St 91; MUM
l,ontanoi lloberwn. New Yuit. 40. 4fl Jul; Mrs.
J. H. Itoumthal, Ravls'oe. 4.1, 81 -TO: MNs
ll(.Wn Htaon, Deal, 4fl. .VV 101. M'. M. Alev
amler. Sew York 41 55101: Mr. Umbo
llrnnch. York. . tn- lOl: MIm Nell
nrartt. Toivn ami Cvui.lrr IS. M-Mi; Mrs.
V. C. llryce. New Yrk, W, 49-10.1.
COLUMBIA ROWING
DATES ANNOUNCED
Programme for tht; Sea$on
Includes Four Races.
Thf Columbia University rowing sched
u'o for the coming season, nnnouncod
yesterday. Includes four races conslst
Inir of two dtnl, one triangular and the
tntprcollcglato regatta. ColumblaJs lnl-
tl"l race will 1)0 asalnst Talo and will,
bo rovcd over the HousatonV River
.ourf at Uerby, Conn., on April 24.
Tho Nivvy eight will be met at Annapo
lis on May S.jMnd on May 29 Columbia
win compete for the Chllds'f? cup at
Philadelphia. The varsity, second and
freshman eights will closo their season
with tho Intercolleslato regatta to bo
rowed at Poughkeepsle on Jiily 1,
The Childs's cup rare, In which Co
lumbia will row against Princeton and
Pennsylvania In copnectlon with the
American Henley at Philadelphia. Is
scheduled for a later- date than is isual
for this fixture, but was accepted with
the understanding that Columbia will bo
awarded tho race. In 1021. The. local
university rowing authorities already are
planning for the event next year and
will hold the race over the Harlem River
course jn May 14.
Tltls will be the first big Intercol
legiate crew raco' ever held within the
limits of Greater New York and Is ex
pected tP creato great Interest among
Colunibla students and graduates.
NATIONAL TENNIS
RATING FOR NEGROES
Taly Holmes Leads Initial
Players Ranking.
As additional proof of. the rapid
growth of tennis In recent year? thi
United States Lawn Tennis Association
made public yosterday the first national
ranking for negro players lesued by the
American Tennis Association, tho exIsU
j onco of which was not generally known.
The ranking was based on the results of
leading tournaments throughout tho
United States. The organization Is com
posed of olubs scattered oyer a wide area
from the Atlantic cpast to tho Pacific
According to the report of Gerald P.
Norman of this city, secretary and chair
man, the ranking committee includod Dr.
B. M. Rhottn gt Baltimore. SId.; John P.
Wilkinson of Washington, r. Q.: Dr. It.
B. Costa of Waterbury, Conn, i It, Ber
nard Htange.of Philadelphia, E. E. Peters
I ut mobko, vau, anil ur. ti. s. ilc-
Card, .nrasldent an.l mffmrio-. r.i,i
1 Th,.v hnvn thiriv nlnv.-. t -i
! cles r
gles.
Tally Holmes of Washington. D. C,
leads tho national negro rankjnjj, and
threo others of the same city are rccond.
third and fourth. Walter RamMy. In
sixth place. Is the first New York, city
racquet wilder to appear V;n tha list.
Washington, D. C has five in the first
ten.
Tha. ranklrjjr follow?:
virft Tan Tally Uolmea. AYoathlnaton. D
f.-S Byjvjattr S.-nlt WaahLnfloS . V. C.: J.
Wlikloaop. WahLngtoa, b. c: Uarold
cmn. Wuatliierion. r. c : iiiiuh nrk
llnlf nAlllmArt W.lp HMY Vw Ye-l-
Wlaoman. Waablngten, D. C, : prey Illrh.
urdaoa. New Uochelle; Ballluger Kemp,
Lo Anrel'O.
8eend Ten A. V, Slephtna. New York
iiiy.; uan .uuiuou. nasomgion, D. v.,
Jamea Bain, Now York city: W. Oruxton.
nalilroora; P. Auatin, New York city;
Turn.- Ecl. w Rochelle; Frank Jones,
Now Roehellat B. II. Rhatta. llalilmort:
r. jonnaon. Now. York elty; I., Spoener,
Kftw York
cuy; hooks, j,-w yorK cltyj E. B.
cetera. Hint Monica. Cal.: L M. P. Oor.
ilnn, Vblladlphm C. Buchanan, New York
c'4H MvaatoOD, New York city; X L.
'fatty. Jjontciatc. N. J. I II. McCard. Baltl
more: L. Coba, KpElewood. N. J,: P. Bar
rls, Wilmington. Dal.
DuXIXQ iUte CUANGHD.
The da'e for tho Brooklyn College
Alumni Association amateur boxing
tournament has been, changed from,
March ft to March. 2.. fiimo.n pjirf 3 who
deslro to compete may obtab) ontry
blanks from, B. Levlne, i90 Broad,way,
New York,
, r J
Herbert W. Forster, on the left, and Millard J. Blpqmer, Jr., on the right.
HALL BEST WITH SABRE.'
Wln y.
A. p. Competition (or
Ilndsuu Uudil Cup. i
Sherman Hall, the New York Athlotlc
Club fencing chainplon', lat night won
tho Hudson Budd cup In the fence off of
tho sabre cSmnetitlon for members of the
Mercury Foot organization. Hall, who
was runner up for tho national sabre
championship last year, defeated Loo
Nunes and Major tV. G. Ootshall for the
honors In the final round. Ootshall, who
was a, member of the American Army,
finished second, while Nunes, who was
nn officer In tho Italian army and who
finished second for the sabre champion
ship In the Interallied games In Paris,
was third.
The tournament, which was a handi
cap affair, attracted seventeen of the
club's best fencers. Hall and Nunea were
the scratch men, while Ootshall was
allowed a hnndlcnp of two touches In
each bout. Hall went through the series
without suffering defeat. The opening
rou,nd tor the club epee and sabre cham
pionships will get under way next Sat
urday afternoon.
VETERAN FENCER
SURPRISES RIVALS
Dr. Hammond Musters Scratch
N. Y. A. C. Team and
Defeats Columbia.
Dr. arnemo M. Hammond, veteran
champion fencer and a man who served
In the late war with distinction as Major
in the medlcnl department, solved the
problom of perpetual youth last night
at the New York A. C. In tho dual fenc
ing meet between tho Mercury Foot and,
Columbia University. Without tho least
preparation, and even mipua n, fencing
jacket to guard his chestv-he Jumped Into
tbe breach "nd helped to, place another
wreath on, the threshold of his organisa
tion, by winning- ty bouts In the sabres
and one. In the foils. It ,1s twenty-seven
years ago since tho doctor won tho na
tonal championship with the foils, ana
In fact one season still earlier hb cap
tured nil three weapons, that Is. ilhc
foiled duelling swords-nqw the epeo
and sabres, yet last nlKht no handled
himself with nil the vigor and fire of his
youth, and sent homo tho point of his
steel on opponents who were yet un
bijm when the Aeacuraplus was, !n his
prime.
It waa owing to a peculiar e'reum
stanco that Dr. Hammond fenced at all.
He came to the New York A, C gym
nasium to -watch tho dual meet and
found that the Mercury Kpot team was
disorganized, Bra,okett was 'down with
pneumonia, while McPearson, who was
to take his place, could not attend, and
the others selected felled at the last mo
ment. Then sooner than allow the
match to lapso Dr. Hammond mustered
a scratch team In himself and Sherman
Hall, tho national foils champlqn, and
K. R. Olmsted, and they faced Columbia.
The conditions of the meet, were the best
of three weapons, and In the foils the
New York ,- C- won by 6 bouts to 3.
and tho Mercury Foot mcn made a clonn
sweep In tho sabres, winning all the four
bouts. The bouts In the cpeo were not
necessary to tho Victory.
Sherman Hall was In rare shape and
retired without losing a bout. His first
bout In the foils was against Milliard
J. Bloomer, Jr., the Columbia crack and
incidentally the intercollegiate cbam -
plon. Halt's arylng stylo completely
puzzled the collegian with, tho result
that the clubman won easily ny tne score
of 5 touches to 1. Against Torster, tho
other Blue and White fencer, Hall was.
a rock, of defence with the result that
Forster could never onco force his blade
homo on the national, title holder, who,
won by 5 touches to nothing. Boucoo
made a better showing againirt Halt,
than nnv of bis. team mate. as ho
landed twice, but Hall quit by scoring
5 touches to S. .
In the two weapon fenced the. grand
total for the. New York A. C. was. eleven
wins to two for Columbia. Tho teams
aud weapons werct as fellows.:
Foils Columbia, university: IL. v.,
Fotster, IX Bencoc. arid Mallard J,
Bloomer.
New York A. C.: Dr. Otaome, 3L
Hammond, E. K. Olmsted and Sherman
Hall.
Sabres Columbia University:" George
Heaves and Kdward Sellc.
New. York A. C. : Dr. Graeme, M. Ham
mond and Sherman Hall,
Tho summary;
1 FOILS.
Forater-rrDefcated Batwnend 4 to. 1.
Bencoe Failed to win a, bout,-
Bloomer Defeated Hammond 5 to 3.
ii.Mt,nAiM.n.t..ttd n.ni4A it tr 3.
Olmatcad Dafa'ated Bencoe 5 to 1 ind
Bloomer s u t ana f orsur v .
Hall Defeated Bloomer I to 1 and
Forster 5 to 0 aod Btncoo, S- t 2.
ecore New York X C won 7. lost 2.
CvitimM UB'.Mtaity wan 2, loil't.
3ABRES.
Baavea Fallad to win a bout.
stllwviea.lled to win a bouL
HAnvnond Dft4 Rtavc. i to 4 and
Stella 5, to 4. .
. Hall Defeated Stello 5 to J and Reaves
5. to 1.
Score f-'ew York A. C. won 4, lost 0.
Columbia lost 4. won 0.
Orand Total New York A. C won It.
lost 3. Columbia University- won S. lost It.
CHALI.RNGns CAHXEPAX;.
CiticQO. Feb. 10. .Augle Kttbhhefer
to-ntght Issued a challenge to play Rob
crt Li. canneiax ior ua inrea cusnion
billiard championship and posted 13.0W
as a side bet Kleckhefer, -who for
merly held the title, proposed a six
nights match of 300 points, three nights
In Chicago ana three in .nsw York,
wih the' net receipts to go-to theJlmer-
in Irfjjtfinj Th? ShMIengBp. assert"
ha was discriminated against In con
ncctton with. a. recent tournameat at
Clevolaaa won. y, caaaerax.
t
A. C. Fencer.
MARDI GRAS WEEK
SWELLS RACE CROWD,!
long Shots Gallop in Front
and Form Followers Have'
Disastrous Day.
Sptctal to Tnr 8rjx and Nkw Tonic RiBAin.
New OM.SANS, Feb. 16. Visitors at
tracted by to-morrow's Mardl Gras
swelled tho attendanco sit tho Fair
Grounds to-day, where a well rounded
programme was contested over a good
track. Form followers had a disastrous
day. Tho Rex handicap wont o Court
ship, leniently trented by the handl.
capper, after the Mnrshall horse had
led his opposition from the break of tno
mile contest, closely attended by Fort
Bliss. The latter was, driven out to
withstand the belated rushes of Plfara
and Lively, the Utter, weakly handled
by Smith.
Bobby Allen proved one of the days
many surprises when he took tho lead
at the start of the third race and held It
to tho end from Siesta and the favorite
Assume, which had been forced, wide
throughout .
Duke John took the' Jovial puree In a
driving finish from the unlucky Sir
Grafton. Tho latter, weakly ridden by
ColtUettl after having been virtually
left, collared the leader In tho Anal
quarter and finished with a cyclonic
rush. "War Club, early pacemaker
weakened In the flnal'stages. but fin
ished third. Grand Slam, favorite,
Showed a dull effort. ,.i-
The stewards Issued the following
rUJocke'y Hclnlscii la restored to good
standing. Trainer J. Byers suspension
will end with the meeting. The ruling
against Trainer J. B. Smith Is continued
without rrejudlce tothe action of any
association that wishes to grant him
privileges', there having been no charge
t fraud In the action taken against blrn
hThe horsemen's proposed strike situa
tion remains In deadlock. Their offer of
a S50.0Q0 guaiantecd profit to the Jef
ferson Park nunagemcnt for Its forth
coining meeting was retus-ed by uart
Bryan, who stated his determination to
Ignore any and all bffers that might af
fect his authority of managership. , The
meeting will open on weunesuuy
schedule with .00; dally purses and
racing will bo conducted until It Is
proven that it cannot be financially suc
cessful without the aid of tho striking
horsemen, when It will close. The horse
men aro awaiting ratification of the r
action by the Thoroughbred Horsemen s
Association, which han heen called Into
session at Lexington. Ky.
C W. Clark, owner of rictor and
others, purchased O. R. Bryon's contract
onlockey Stevtt AVlda. Trainer Clint
Dewltt had both shoulders broken when
a horse collided with him during the
training hours on Saturday.
T. Hodge purchased Coombs and Kerry
Lass "at private sale. J. P. Phillip
bought Irish Maid.
A. CULMER LEADS FIELD.
nut Drops Out of Match Tiny on.
v Southern Links.
Btn.LBAiRB Hkiohts, Fla.. Feb. IP.
The annual, Washington' birthday tour
nament began hero to-day with a iual-
fylng round In which inero won an cmry
a 11 Tt1avi.ni.
A VUimer, or javimuii
vllle, led.the Held with a 78, but droppod
..... r ..mth nlnv. IILh nearest rival
wag Oourtland. Van Clle.-ot Buffalo.
who ept around In an even SO.
Tne summary ;
"Vlrst SUteen-Courtlsnd Van CM. , BiiN
falo. SO: W. A. Stlckjiay. St. I'C-ulS', V
Topping,
fleorc
Vluajuiai ivu
nut unrt Yt.. 84: Dewltt tiaen, i-incinnaii.
. i.i.. ..n nnfh.M,r. mi: xi. iv.
Sr.V." i':'.owifh. su: A. J. Carty, Okie
Vallay, 87; J. B. Schlottman. Wotroii u.
87; "rod D. Keller. Rockfofd C. C, 87; W.
P Whltonwre. Hartford. S; W. Ingervol.
Ilockford 111. 8: naranee Jiooart. iwo
Yotk, $a: W. U Rosa.- Invetnisa. S; C. II.
Gardner, Ptovlenco. 89.
FQTJR MOflORCYCXE RECOBBS.
Tsn rv... in rAr 1 1 flrl
- L ...v
world's motor cycle recoras, wero
llshed on the b.each here yesterdny by
L. E. I'arkhurst for tne one, two aim
Uve mile and, Qhe kilometer distances.
The wllq event, made In S4.M seconds,
Qr at i rate ot 103.1 miles an htfur,
brought this record back from Australia,
. . . . R nu.n. flat
where u sioou v , ,
ParlAurst rnado thp two miles In 1
mlnutq seconds. tb,o live miles In
3 minutes 2.32 second.? and 'no one
kilometer in 21.64. seconds.
HAVANA, ENTRIES,
1. , 1 1 n - .
'FUtt Raca-Uatden two-mrldj! three fot-
lonai: tiorae. fOCO Vie eoo, lira, vrciaa
vi; uorouu. n-: -
iinwirri:
ecoaa w-iasif'iirTu"' iJ i
pfflas fertrfisrirti "Wi Sepklt K
112: Apple W. .
Thirif Racc-Tbrja-year-oUa and wwatd
clalmlnc: purse, 00; flte and a halt fur.
toiis-" -'ills, fti: Lama, 103; 'Weymouth.
Olr" 103 Aiabssta'dor. III., 10 IX flirt.
iosivu. woods, uo; Uellor.. mt Artist.
Ilif; Hx1-iiii. 11J Taraacon, 113; Royalty,
Ponrtii IWcar-dreinyear-oUe jwd ."PTV"1
clatnunB: parse; aouu; m ami mil iur-
t-A.' affinal"; 'V?i:
Right Ansla. 11?. !
slralDct pune, rflOOJ fire lad a half furA
:,rtilntT LadT. 100! Ires lloy. 108: K'kllA
Treator. 10: Hasty C'. liP,! Wib Vfi
ton, 110: lliawnlU. 1101 Khw Taacatt, JS?
Whippoorwia. iiJ; QUn. lli. . '
cinh Raca Fbur-icsr-cldi aad unward:
claiming; one, mile: parse lOea-JJBck, Htalr,'
mt: t naasoneiie ii., ju -aca uiwnd, iw;
ntiaothyf. Hogaa. 10B: fratty, Baby. ff :
tloldatese, 1W; Lstacy. lu,- dUc, Wr
Unar, 109; Attorner Mnlr, 100; 'Half and;
Half. 100: Bands OK, 111; 'MsakJ, lit'
UajmUco aawwceclalad.
he;rah, webpay, febrfaby i im.
HOCKEY VICTORY
FOR THE TIGERS
Princoton Defeats Pennsyl-
V vanla in New Philadelphia
Palace1 by 7 to 2.
Hal to Tat Sen and Nsw Yoix Uuud,
utuonriitA, Feb. It. Princeton,
Iblnlpg better teamwork play an
PA,4y Interference, defated renn in an
Slelv Interference, defeated Penn In an
new rw Palace to-night. 7io a. m
fl , . U - M--f
,scrwcoren uno goi m
four liMhn nnd nnd two in the third,
!hllo Penn netted Mm puck once In the
second and third periods.
tfArtplle the apparent one-sldedncss ot
core the Ued and Blue team, con
"Wtrtnc their lock of experience and
Prctjce, played a remarkable game
githut their more experienced and bet
ter cached opponents. Tho Tigers had
Whirlwind attack with speedy passing
that completely upset the Red and Blue,
especially n tho second period., when
tae TigirB eluded (Joalkeeper KeffreyB
four Hims. Had Farrab, Pringle and
BarkaW iwn assisted In the same
manner bi which that trio played the
score woyj certainly havo been much
closer ana the game more exciting. The
lineup
Prlnctfon.
Penn.
Maxwell....,
Hell...,....,
. Goal Jeffreys
., point Barkalow
Cover point .Cope
Illfht wing ?"!'
JWtwIng Pringle
. . Centra Kerna
lalght,...,.
:hret i.
eyo
I Knox I
I rerrey..
... .... Hover uarran
Goo.li Flrirt Tutrtnii Halcht (Princeton),
3 mlnutu SlMtnndi. Second parjod Keyes
u'rinceionu i minutes 20 aeconai; tuiox
(Princeton), 10 mtnutta 30 seconds; Kerns
(Penn), 12 minutes 10 seconds; Ualcht
(Princeton), IS ratnutei 10 seconds. Third
period Knox (Prlncaton), T minutes 42
arcondi; Halght (Princeton). 8 mlnutea 10
tcontii; i-nnsia irenn), iv minutes au sec
onda. Subltttutloiu .Vint narlml fIrlnr.A.
ton), Tallman for Ehret: aecend period,
Cochran for Keyet. McPhea for Maxwell;
third ptrlod (Pann). Minor for Barkalow
Darkalow (or Minor, Boyd (or Brett;
Princeton), Keys (or Cochran. Mcrhca (or
Maxwell. Ilefereq Klumlth, Fittaburg A.
A. Ooal lu4ea II. a. Pare. Montreal.
and A. tut. Avlatora Club. Tlmo o(
iienoui inrtt oi minuias eacn.
PAST ItACIJfOOS nOLLKHS,
More than S,MflT people witnessed tho
races of prqfejsionar nnd amateur roller
skaters at the Nfhth Regiment Armory
aunaay nigni. irvm tinotiand of New
ark w.on the amateur race In 2 minutes
36 3-5 seconds. Archie Buxton of Coney
Island was second. Willie Blackburn
of New York City won the professional
raco in 2 minutes 26 2-5 seconds. He
was closely pressed by J. J, Timney of
Brooklyn. Bennle Kaplan of Pittsburg
was third.
SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART
XKW OIILEANS, Feb, 10. Weather clean track fast.
FIRST RACE-Tbroo furlonrs. For two-rear-old maldeni. Purse. I'M. Off. :. Time,
ce asconda. Start rood. Won drlvlnj. Flare aame. Winner, b. c. by Mcelick-Besa.
Owner, 0. L. BLACKFORD. Trainer. R
Horn.
Wt. PP. St.
Centimeter
Ben Valet
Alberta 8 ,
MIm Pluvious ..
Northern Lady .
Hunter Point ...
Mattle B. Kent..
Audrr'v A
..111 2 1
..,111 8 3
..(113 6 4
... 113 9 d
.. Ill 5 7
... 113 10
... 113 3 9
... tie 4 14
1
3
4
J
8
S
Charley Boy
Vera Twrford , ltf 1 S
10
V.M.iM.,.. n ..n ..' i..
outrarocd Ben Valet In final atrUea, Ben Valet bore out omj at nrat turn, but held
on well under stout urrlnir Is lat ilxtMnth. Alberta 8. had to jo wide, but closed
a good esp and flntibed fait. Miu Plutloua ehowed a good effort. ra Twyford
tired in Hit sixteenth.
Scratehed-No rooilnir. Scoltr. Tutl. Oroer K.. Tturdmlc, Puddle Kran..
Ownera-j. O. h. WacUIord; s. D?T. Jtorrla: 3. J. W Schorr; 4. O. W. OBrien:
. M V. Nouant; 4, E. Cebrtan; 7. Romer 4 Brumfirld: 8. Knebeikamp 4 Ilowcrtani
. 0 T. Worthinrton; 0, Williams Grant, . ,
8EC0ND RACE-SIX (urlonas. For three-year-olds and upward, Clalmlnr. Pure ITjn.
on S-M. Time. 1:11. Start good. ..Won drivlnr. Place aame. Winner, br. 1., 4. by
Watervale-Reck of Gold. Ovr T. It.
llorte.
Wt.
1'P. Bt.
1!
floldvalo
RellHrurcr
Prcmlra Se.. ......
Fireplace
Miss Orb ....... -.
Durward .Robert .
Gaa Mk . ..... .
Txan Hhark
Kci
Doctor Zab
... 191
... Ill
K (
4
IH
3Vi
M
i
II.
i:
s
j
3'
:
4
1
r.
s
7
13
10
a
9
... Ill 1
...14 :
...;10Ui 11
...111 8
... 109 ft
... IK 4
..i m s
... 10j w
3'
I
9
11
13
a
iri
Kloxlin; II.
i 111 3
10
Joaeph P. Murphy 111V4 7 11
4
and ouuuyed Bellriwter. Utter moved up nith a rualt tn last irn'h. but
pear end. Promise Mo went lorwardly Jor most of the .trip, rcp'sf0 Urtd ,a5t- ln
Itretch. Miss Orb showed a (rood effort Durward Robert dosed a rood ap.
PeralchKl-Pastiirle, Sabretsah, HyNl, Ina .Kay. .,.., r. ..-..,.. - , T
Owners-1, T. II. Wilson: 3. B. K. Bryaon; 3, Hall & Dfool'Ur Pt. ,15Dm i" ildt
Aber: . J. Lqwe; 7i J. D. Mlssiok: 8. B. A. Whitney; . h. O. Merrla; 10, Hill & Pricd
holt; lb Mrs. i, P. Mayberry ; 12, G. W. Porman.
TRIRO RACE-Six turlonja. For thlfe -
Off. i:L Tlma. 1:13 1-5. Start eood.
Kariean. Owners. FRY A DABNKEN.
Horn)
Wt. PP, Si,
hum
Bobby Allen
Siesta
Aun)c ........
A. N. Akin.,..
l-ullur
IjkIj in Black.
1U 1(4
101
1W
117
113
in
100
108
1
-a7 -il
2H'
3
e '
4 4
8 8
7 7
WHO care
Mark West
.. 104
most eneed. moved
ta went lorwardly.
won for enure trm
had to re wide uiosi
ran as. U best, wis practically utt and aulered tnlcrftrcnce- t lower turn and was
retarded In stretch when ehe could not gejjbroush.
Siratchcd-Celto, Opportunity,. Blaise, Port Uftht, Bun Tromp, Poultney, Bajplpe.
1 1 .... 1 .
M Ownera-1. Fry i Dahnken; 1 J R. Sklnker: i. J. Jonnl
Perkins: t. J. W. Schorr: 7. J It Solomon: 8, SunnjIanJ Stable.
FOURTH RACE-nOrJe mile- For three - yar -
Tlaio. 1:39 4-5. Start Eood- Won drltlni. nace tantf. wi
JVSS..f-?i? n3jm,L 'M1IHII1IT. llRYmiKIIM. TV nr.
t'ourtlsaue. Ownei
Horse. Wt If,
Courtship, .,. ...119
Fort Bliss ........ WI
riedra 0 t i
lively
Matlrec Wol ,...1M 1
Ballet Dancer II. 101 3
i
n
M
I
4
3
54 t
3 3
t e
C
rnnriiMn maret Into lead at once nnd
some nejJt end. Fort Bllsa went forward all
Itatshcd eamrlr. Urely Ured. llatinee Idol,
OwSfeMar. R.
mon.: 5. It GoldJblttt; . W. MctausWIa.
PlFTn RAO&-Onemll and seventy yards.
Off J:J jnm..fl:4J. Hlarl good. WM
I vail in uxrnWrWww- uwncr, a. .
Horse,
Wt. PP. St.
hi.
3
Duke John
IM i6
inir firallon
103 t
8
,
iTWhauk m
It
1V4
2 1
4 4
Orand 81am 112 2
Oajn it cause..,. 7
La Fondro 100 1
S t
s s
7 7
Gourmand ........ lit
t.,i. Tnhn waa oft 9?lv nace.
in final few strides, Mr Orattoa ran as If best, broke olowb., was distant traUer in
early atagea and flnUhed laiUst ol all. War Club tired In flnat sixteenth. Yapluak weak
ened In stretch. Grand 91arn was dono after going halt mlto. .
Bcratcned i no LwlDt iuiss 0 "i . untmo. - um, atcp.
Ownera-1. B. T; Zolliconer! t. R. B. Dwyor; 3, E. E. Mosar; i. R.Loh; S, R, Eiweij;
S. ?Hr, J. Arthur: 7, O. Vest; . 71. Qulnn.
1XTII RACE fn mll and a sutcamn. nor iour-rcw-oiaa no upwaru. viamaori
Purse, tm ff. 4:5VTlaie, lJUl-SStar sooJ I Won handily, Pliife dWTjc.
winVlr'h m .. T. hr rtdrinwDawte. Owner. P. REGAN. Ira ner. W. Short.
Horse. VM. PP. 81. H t
Docu 1 S P ! .
Bar One 104 i
qoldcreat Roy ,..viw 3
Marauder 104 10
', 71
JI !
5
i
1 2 i1 1H
Toddler ., 101 4
t
3
I 7
Hadrian iu 1
tU3atei.....M.. 127 i
Crumpssll 107 6
Mount. Rose II... ?
TA n ... TnA 1 1 1 a
4 3
!
1 t
10
ie
1.
to ltont to win drawlna- away. Bar One met with repeated Interference first part of
race, closed Wr gsp In etretch. Oeldcrest Boy tired near end from efforts, to keep pace
with! CrumpaaU. Marauder dosed with rush. Crumpaall quit badly after aetllsg a
IrMched-Deckmie. Paddy Bear. King" Neptune, Tanlac. Qraodco. Bloacorld. Al-
"owneraK 9. Regan: I. H. Roeeacher: 1 O, B. Wsmon: t, H. Oota: 5, P. Dunne;
0, J, C. rarrti; 7. II S. Koppln; Doaoris Slable; . Mra. J. Phillips: , Plckwlok stable.
SBVBSTH RACE One mile and a slxtseath. For thrco-year-dldj nd upwanL Clalmlnr.
br. g., . by Bobblo Kean-Emlnola, Owner and trainer, M. SMITH.
llSJse. Wt. PP. 8t. K U H K Fin. Jockey. Orw.ButhXloiie.Place. 3d
or,
!nrae
Capital
KaUle. '
Tturr
-nvrt 109
MappanaacK xu. iw
Brian Boru Hi
nin -Mnthlf bach 107
City .... 1U s 4 ' 1' l l Plcrca l-s M lwo 1-3 ...
mt: .", H 1 1 1 If 1' 3 ?. Jaxvls.... - 10-t 7-1 21 l-l
iu s 7 a a" 6' o S4 Keisay.... -i -i a-i 3-1 T-5
rlpatch aad draw out ta win la a canter-when called on. hellle . Wl,w'r showed moat
irSod to itretch. where, she tired. Lottery, came with a good ruth last quarter. Rogart
weakened ln stretch running. Rappahannock quit badly. '
Scratched Grumpy. James: Juanlta, Indian Sprlnr, Caraway, Baby Sister, Will Bo,
J. ii-Pi4aT37. jCjMt:i Krev tit6le: , T. J. Bowl.
Are Added to
GIES WILL CLASH
IN HOCKEY GAME
-r "
Barnard Classes of 1920 and
1921 Aro' Heady for Collcgo
Championship Contest.
tnMUv-mir. nerhaDS a tlt of belatedly,
.k. of their brothor colleglaro
at Harvard, Yale, Princeton M
institutions, girls of Barrmra College
aro getting back to a peace
the matter or undergraduate activities.
The change from HUV n
year ago when Barnard graduate.
and undersraduatoo were employed in
26 different cocupatlona connected
with war work Is made apparent by the
announcement that the gjWM
and 1921 will struggle for the hockey
championship oi wo , "
to be nlayed at noon to-day In the
outdoVrlnk at Clamont avenue and
V&1 as? played at Barnard
i low. The outbroak of the
war In that yeur put an end for tho
hno being to what had been one of tho
most popular aiversioim
Even though a little late. In getting
back to n pre-war status In the mat
ter of sports. In hockey at least, Bar
nard Is several steps ahead of Columbia,
which this year has no hockey team.
The representatives of 1920 on the
ico will havo the loudly outspoken sup
port of their own classmates and the
members of tho class of 1922. while
the Junior seven will ' be strongly
backed by the members of the classes
of 1921 and 1923. An admission fee
will bo charged and the proceeds will
be devoted to the college endowment
fund, the campaign for which was
begun on Lincoln's Birthday.
DATE FOR FENCING MEET.
Intercollegiate Championship Will
Be Held April 10 and 17.
Millard J. Bloomer, Jr.. secretary-
treasurer of the Intercollegiate Fencing
Association, yesterday announced, tne
date and place for tho annual Intercol
leglato champlonshlpsfor this year, As
usual tho classic will be held at tho
Hotel Astor. the preliminaries on April
16 nnd the finals on April 17. It Is ex
pected that Yale, Harvard, Annapolis,
Pennsylvania, Bowdoln and Columbia
will be represented. Dartmouth and
.Massachusetts Instltuto of Technology
also have taken up tho sport and there
Is a possibility that they may enter the
association In tlmo to compete.
N. Vestal
Fin. Jockey. Open, wm.ciosa. nace. jo.
1U Rm'llwood 30-1 W-l 30-1 1H 6-1
li Drever.... 3-5
-1
8,1
3.2
61
-l
IM
WV1
1-S
1-4
It
1-1
S-t
S-l
8-3
n
M
VA Coltllfttl.. -l
4 Lke 81
f. Jackron... 30-1
e Metcalt... so-1
7 Howard... l-l
8 McPerm't 31
8-5
10-t
-l
M.l
i;. i
J1-1
1-3
3-1
10-1
50-1
3-1
1M
1M
Kclsay.... W-l
Trotler.,, 8-1
3H-1
1M
10-1
41
f.-, win. a trlftA At iitmtch turn.
but
WILSON. .Trainer. R, R. Wilson.
Pin.
Joekejr. Opon. Blrh.Cloae. Place. 3d.
1"
i
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
II
Erickson.. 1
1
fi-l
t-3
3 I
Thurber.. W-l
Pauley..., 4-1
Stack....... 4-1
Indie..... Ift-l
Lyke W-l
Dreyer..... 30-1
Kennedy.. MM
Whlt'stoa 5n-t
roltllettl., -t
llurke 15-1
10-1
1
VI
1
15-1
!0-l
W-l
30-1
T-t
7-1
41
IX
ill
15-1
M-l
VI
1
-l
iO-t
7-5
1-1
1-1
3- 1
31
4- 1
10-1
4-1
-5"
4-1
3-1
21
6-1
-l
81
sat
8-1
5-3
8.1
Butwell... 41
4-1
8-5
4-5
flnithAd with d term! nation
Sar - oIdssud upwaro, via im ms. J-urw, w.
Won drlvina-. Place aame. Winner, ch. 3, by
Trainer, F. Farrar.
hti. Jockey. Ooen. Hlrh. Close. Place. 3d.
1 IVi Mnrnhy... Wt 1M 81 3-1 SI
r "h Wricht.... IM 15-1
IM
4-1
1-2
8-5
5- l
1-1
IM
1-1
1-4
4-5
8-8
1-3
4-1
at J14'' Btack...... 31.10 74
l
6-1
S-l
J-l
80-1
wiuia w-a o-i
K Kelasy.... 71 10-1
Coltiletll.. 4-1 41
7 Jarvis 30-1 30-1
s
rtcrce ... too-i 100-1 100-1
40-1
SO-1
into lead at once and hbldlrur on ramely
throurhopt and flniahd gamely. Assume
ot the way and flnlsled lamely, Pullu.1 .tired, loor In Black
J. Jonnl: 4, E, Trotter: 5, W.
M and'spward. Pnrse
tl.OOO. Off 3:14.
tarAf. Winner, rh. h., 8, by Phocnls
it. r. uarenau.
Kin. Jockey. Onen.Hlsh.aose.Plan!, 3d
it Kelsay. . 7-5 11-5 M 7-W 1-3
ColtlleHl. ! 4-1 B-l 7-W
J Boyle.j... 19-1 121 12-1 41 S5
4 Smllh.A. H-5 SH 3-1 7 10 1-4
i Stack...! C-l tj IIS 4-5 13
6 lliurbcr.il. 15-1 20-1 30.1 7-3 2frt
held away for entire trip bat had to be timed
the way but wa. tiring near end. Pledra
was all orer the track and glreq bad. ride.
Sklnker; J. Ktrkfleld'i Jtablo : 4. JL. Solo
For three-year-olds awl upward. Pi 8800.
1 (Wyinr. Bfl;, Winner. K e.. 4. oy
(.www: 4to, 4u iutninncy,
' W Fin. Jockey. Open, Hith.Cloe, Place. 3d
IH VA Thurhar.. -l M s-l 2-1 7-10
M -J
It m Smith...., t-1 7-1 7-t
S 4 Royls IM IM 15-1
S K Stack...... 2-1 M VS
( S RIchcreek IM M-l SM
T 7 Kelsay.... 10-1 in m
2-1 4-1
S-l 2H-1
7-10 1-3
8-1 4.1
B-l 2-1
10-1 M
S 8 King 34-1 39-1 JM
Asnended camcly when called eat tad M, rn
in. jockcj. uom. unu.viose. iiace.
H I'Vt buck...... a-v s-i 1-1 a-t
it
51
1:1
50-1
6-1
t-1
1IU5
H
13-1
1
(-1
IM
15-1
S-l
7-S
t-J
C-l
S1
S-l
41
WV
3-
S'W J- Rlchcreek S-l
Pieces..,
King
Wrlsht..
15-1
t-t
1-1
11
7
s
0
Moots .
W
KflssT...: 14-
teis
1
Sm'llwood s-l
Upward... 10-1
2-1
10
10
-!
15-1
10-1 .S-l
3 3 S S I 4 HtaCK..... a-o ii-o n-a v-l l-l
4 4 3 I 4 S Kennedy: 15-1 20.1 20-1 t-1 3-1
I 1 1 3 ( I ( Burke.... IM 20-1 tf-1 (-1 3-1
7 1 7 7 7 7 7 Bryson... 30-1 4B-1 40-1. 12-1 1-1
riDfiid.. to-i eo-i soi lo-i io-i
the Season's
G
ROD AND
mem wAf ku yon local ano jjsbh
HandV Hook lTincesj
The UcOvo.) Ur . AWW A.m!!Km. am W&. a.&
TlatA.
Aat, ...... v.. n.'iV
February 17.,
February 18.,
February to..
Fobruary 20, .
February 31..
February aa..
6A7
eat
7:13
7aa
Ml
0:10
0:14
63
0:10
73
7;t3
0:07
7S3
8:ia
8J7
OUJO
7:17
7:57
8J6
0:13
7!lll
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QM
Ha3
U3
943
Angler Cluj to JUum HMulquarlera.
The Anilera club ot Nw York .will give
a dinner to-morrow evening at the Aaver.
tlnln Club, East Twanty.nfth streat, at
which wlltba Ulacusaad th desirability of
le&ilng a room for permanent headquartera
(or tba club. Previous to the dinner the
commit!" whloh hava looked Into t
matter o( obtaining such a room will re
port to tha ntttcers and directors, and fol
Icwlnc tba' dinner the matter will bo dii
cuaaod by tha Club's mamberihlp.
Deer VltlU Uoenton (or Food.
BOONTON. N. J- Fab, 10. A young
deer has baon an for several daye post
naar this town. The dear nut cams to
town during a heavy snowttorm, appar
ently driven from tho woods by hunger.
It was given food and returned for more
'"it was'flrit seen In one o( the principal
streets, trying to gat Into tho garage of
Freeholder Charles V. Eatler. Whin tha
doors woro opened to let it In It became
frightened and ran away. It waa next
seen nar the Presbyterian Church.
Later it Jumped from a thirty (oqt wall,
inlurlng one of Its front legs and cutting
lta neck.
On Digging a Uole In the Ice.
...... . in, i. inxiriai-.r will atart n chain
of tlioughtl On Sunday, back of our Baal
Orango house, I got an ox and chopped a
1CeA.miKmdreUthe0ic. liy. tha Itrst thought
that cdme to ma waa "TamaracK a - jump
ing nn mo hard for not, huldlnn an ax
BLUp AND WHITE
WIN AT HANDBALL
Defeat C. C. N. Y. and Elect
Riccio Captain of l earn.
P M. Rliclo, star of tho Columbia
University handball team, was unani
mously elected to tho captaincy of tho
Blue and White aggreuu y-
Columbia players nau uecianc.y
featcd the C. C. N. T. team on Morning-trai-htu
vpnterdav aftornoon. Ac
cording to tho schedule announced re
ccntly by Manager II. La Guardla the
next match win do comcmcu dmi .
Uie Lono Star Boat.uiuo 011 i'nua
tomnt to form a league of their own.
iv. Minn nmi Wilte Dlaycvs. The
last match ln wttlch H. Schrler defeated
Mllgram of C. C. N. Y. insteu mora man
T . .... , 1. n miot AV.1t.
an hour anu was uy nu "v T,
Ing contest of tho days tourney. , in tne
last roatcli of the doubles, in which
Itlcclo and Plcrson defeated Seltser and
Llllenbloom, Seltzer while trying to get
a high one ran Into a pillar In the
auxiliary gymnasium, striking his head
and making It necessary to postpone the
match until later., Tho summaries:
Slngles-Blum of C. C. N. Y. defeated J.
Harris of, Columbia. 1521. 2114. 2113;
P. M. Riccio of Columbia defeated Seltrer,
C C. N. V.. 1021. 21 P: It. Schrler, Co
lumbia, defeated MlUrram, C. C, N, Y
"115 1821, 2022.
Doublea Schrler and Penn, Columbia, de
feated Mllxram and Wol. C. C. N. Y.. 021,
1221! Riccio and Pleraon. Columbia, de
feated Lllllembloom and Seltxer, C. C. N.
Y.. 1521. 1421.
LKVINSKY BEATS TDnNEB.
Sptclal to Tub Srj.v axo Nsw Yobk IIibau;
Dbiroit. Mich., Feb. 16. Battling Lo
vlnsky of Philadelphia, light heavy,
weight champion, successfully defended
his title at tho Arena Gardens to-night
when he won tho decision from Clay
Turner, the St Paul Indian fighter, in
ten rounds of tamo boxing. Levlnsky
had tho better of six o( the ten rounds.
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
First Race-Old Glory Purse: two-year.olda;
purse. TOO; three furlonxa: John S. ReanJon.
114: Silver Sprlnirs. 115; White Star.- IK:
Lund's End. 113: Tenlte. 113: Cointreau. 1!
The Moor, 110; Oraer K., 110; Fading Stat,
Second Race-Pae Purse; thrce-year-oUa;
nn ran !w mlln: Bread Man. 114: Who
Care 107: Ballybell, 105; Wendy. 102: Allivan.
101: Dominican. 101. t.
Third Race-Parse SSOO; Geo, Tershlng
Handicap; three-year-elde and upward; six
frinir. Plr-lmlrk. 12S : American Ace. 113:
Tscola. lit; Ticklish, 115; Arnold. 115: Marie
Miller, 1HJ inaticy uyarcaer, w, wiuuuj,
10S: Iwin. 10S: Legotal, 101: Bu.-kialde. W;
Tn. iii M.rt. 11. Also fllslhlo: llaralte. SS.
Fourtli nacer-furse 5,ww: Mara; v
Handicap; thite-jear-olda and upward; nine
and a quarter: Rancher, 120: Pllppery Kin,
118; Bolster. 114 7 Bondage, no: uamass. vn;
Sands of Plevurc, 108; Couttshlp, 1S; Plctox,
108: War Mask, '108; Baei-ucur 104: Proa-
pector, 102: piedra. 100 : Tailor Maid. 96.
Fifth Race-Puree. tSOO; Foch Puree: four-year-olds
and upward; one mile: Rancher,
US; War- Mask. Ill; Woodstone. HI; .Id
Stone. 100; Night Wind. 104; Sans Peur H..
104; Manoorre, 106; Docod 101: Laiy Lou,
10S: Sweeping Glance, M.
Slith Usee l"urw. TBJ; Argonne mm:
tniir.v.nrilH' mlln and a sixteenth: Saints
Bridge, 110; Tantaliis. MS; Grandee. 10S: Jo
soph P. Murphy, 100: 'Sun God, ill; Wads
worth's Lat, 110: The Belgian II., 10; Mnun.
tain Rosa II., 117; Prank Monroe, 105; Mer
chant. 104 : 'Sir Orafton. 8; Cello, at;
Rookery. 08. ..
SCTonltt Hico rurre siw; ciamun; lurop-mir-nlda
and unward: one mile and a six
teenth; Caballo, 1U: Pondcroaa, III: .scoorte
man. U3; Water war. ua; iJttio "ruur. m ;
Indolence, lw; w. it. unrener, wi, ouvui
Oatewood. 104: Doctor Crlealer, 103; Cadllci,
M; rhlllstlne. t; Handfnll, lot: Sea Brchla,
102, Tit for Tat. 101. Alao eligible: Bethel
Hill. 97: Trlonipliant, SS,: 'Merry Las, Ml:
Blue Thistle, 107.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
AUTOMOBILE
L.
EXCHANGE
AUTOMOBILE AUCTION
Vaii Tassell & Kearney
(Established 1867)
126-128 East 13th St.
TodW (Tuesday), Fobruary 17,
AT 19 O'CLOCK NOON.
Thla tale will comprise a great many
pleasure and business cars, the property at
different censlgaen.
Hpoclal. mention of the followlna; Is ordered:
STEARNS-KMUHT LIMOUSINE has
atiutrr, Ughta. wire wheels, etc.
PACKARD BERLIN, g cjl. ? pass.
CD1LLA0 BERLIN LIMOU3INK: starter,
LOCOMOBILE LANDACLKT; electrically
snipped i atnrter, Ilghta, etc.
DOIX1K 1010, S p'aaa. touring. . ,
HUDSON TOCKlSa with winter top,
stnrter and Ughts.
I.07.IKR 7 pons, touring.
NTl'BEBAKF.U TAXL
FORD TRUCK with special top body.
Premises steam heated day and night. -L.
R. DUNKLEY, Auctioneer.
4 TON PACKARD DUMP
IBcdaon Simplex. Mercedes and Plat Chassis, ta
rA tw anld at a atrrtflre.
PACIFIC MOTOR CAS EXCIIANOE CO.
HI West Md 8t
New Yotk City.
UPILLAO 07 Imperial Umouaine. apll
Uatbar upholstery: ear ln vary axcallaat
easlitlon; Immediate delivery. Write er
WtrCt F. E. McFADDEN. t Oarfiild aV,
Detrptt. Mich.
CimLKCSi VlctortA. sedana sod toarlngs:
all titrtituled, repainted and ?narai)trcd: rx.
tiunehlow prices. DB L.OIATER lIOTOna
CIHPCaATlON, 137 Oolmabu ar., coraer 07th
l'ACKA&uV t-ti sedan, special six pasita.
ter lutHn.body. and ot the lataat nio-
ductlon: tmmsdlato dellrary may ba had.
Write or awe F. E. UePADUBN.
Said haVoit. Mich.
24 Oar.
COHOBILE 1(11
Ltmeuilna, uafor montha; condition eaw
tbrnaahoat. SfARK. 13 W. 2d Ft.
NKW rarkard. I
aide drlte. l
. body, four psesenier. In.
io mmai, i.dhux at.
CKQ83. 1778 Br.
Clrcls lilS.
BVERLANBS K1IXY8-KMQHT3.
Heconoiiwuaa; tuanitu. Upea trenloss.
WirJ.TH-OVKRtAMUnr., Jl'way and MlK i
PACKARD. Twin, Ba
HItlon. WOLFlf iN (
adsler; par(aet con-
Brooklyn. Aobs X
aiiuuo are.
Golf Schedtih
'GUN NEWS
fboM Fuuumnv to tobimaiiy 22.
u .new
A.iin llfc n-Rt nnn o-ftl yti
7M3 7.TI 73S lOiOO J03.1 H!i;i Ras
823 730 76 10:35 10-1H fM 0:14
om am eai 11:13 uni uao 3a-j
0:43 830 0:10 lltfl 10.1)0 10SJJ
10aJ 0:11 040 13:13 W22 10:40 U:M
properlywhen I campod with him lant
I'ebrunry about thla time In the lower
Adlrondacks,
And ns tin Ice beznn to crack and the
water seep through, how It recalled Lawcy
l.aka and Jim fiturires snd "Tamarack."
,Jlm Sturgei on that Adirondack hike, tna
I1IKI1V WO cuilipcil llfc ivill.uvy i.nivn, pm
out a minnow trap In Ilia hopo of grttlnt
mlnnowa for the pickerel that .roamrd
Lewey iJtke, undcrnoath the Ice, ln the
morning we fourjd 'two mlnnowa thnt wcra
caught trying to got Jim's clngrrbread,
On anowahoes we carried those two
pickerel, alnng with camping naraplior.
nails, alzteen miles to Lewey Lake, wliun
Inatsnd of camping nt night we found Ins
fine warm hotel ef K. JI, Oaluaha.
' Tha nat morning we put the two mln.
nnw, nn hnnka and flahed for rjlckiirnl.
only one Csh being allva. Biting was il.iw
and Willie Jim was uiagine u noia in an
othar' nnrt ef the lako "Tamarack" d
elded to take picture". 60 I pulled up tha
only liv wnuney miko minnow we nan
(called by 'Tatriarack" a "Whltnex
bloater") and atood poised for the camera.
It never dawned upon mo that with tha
temperature at freezing that would hava
ended tho water career ot the one live tlsh
halt wo hd.
Boforo "Tamarack" could snap tha pic.
ture, Jim yelled t "Hoy, put that nsh
buck I" It was the only time In ten dan
thnt Jim actually ahowod a sign of Im
patience. .' ...
All this ran through my mind as I du
that hole In tha lea ta thu drain, but It
wasn't near so much fun digging In tha
yard, "Tamarack," as rhopplnc liolas In
Lowey Lako In tho hope of getting a pick
erel like that taken earlier In the season
by B. K. flalunhn. mi pounds. Outlnic
trips like those make for delightful mem.
orlea; ch, "Tamarack"?
BILL CROCKETT,
New York, Feb. 17.
Resident and Non-Ilesldent License Lavi.
Whllo we are on the subject of a resi
dent fresh water fishing license fee, In tne
event that thla may become a matter for
legislation, would It not be wlsa to amend
the preaont law so that non-residents
would ba subject to tbe same fee as resi
dent fishermen?
In tho latest Issue of ''Field and Stream"
there la tha following editorial ln reference
to tho non-resident llcenso law:
"la the non-resident llcenso law Ameri
can? Becauso you live en one side of tht
road Is it right that you should have to
pay 110 or 1:5, as the case may be, to hunt
on tho ether aide. Just because a State
line happens to run ion mar, roaai
'Where rivers form tho. State lines, as Is
often tho case, one aide or tho other Is opt
to have all the waterfowl ahootlng. Very
often the stream hugs the bluffs and all
tho bottom land Ilea on one side. .
"Towns and villages aro Invariably built
In the bluffs to protect them from high water
and when tho gunnora from theso towna
wish to cross the river to shoot on tha
bottom marshes and lakes opposite thay
meet the non-resident license Jaw. Any
one of threo things may happen to a
sportsman ao situated. He may buy a
non-resident license, become a' law breaker
or quit shooting. . . . . .
"Tho State of Utah has taken the atand
that a non-realdent cltlxen of the United
States Is as welcome to hunt In that State
as a resident. A 13 license fee Is required
of residents and non-rcaldents alike.
"No one .can truthfully, claim that tha
non-resident llcenso law in aay way pro
tects the game, except that It may pro
vide a xllght Increase In the funds ot tha
local State game department. In many
cases It does not even do this. Where a
largo city Is situated close to or en both
sldea ot a State line It Is almost impos
sible to apprehend the shooter who pre
Jures himself by claiming residence other
than his awn In order to secure a cheaper
hunting license. . , ,
"In our relations with gamo law offlclals
In many different Slates we have often
noticed an Increased activity on the part
of wardens when an opportunity presented
Itself to apprehend a shorter from some
other State hunting without a non-rcsl-dent
license. In nearly alj cases the of
ncera were much more Interested In urh
Investigations than where a chance for ac
tun I game protection would have been the
result. This, ahows tha truo statue of the
non-resident license, law a State rivalry
that certainty IS undemocratic. Some ,
States even, go so far as to charge a non
resident feo only jo residents of fitatts
having a similar law. We are glad to
Utah take tho plunge and hope other
States will follow,"
This Is put forward merely as a ug f .
tlon, I preferring to leave the discussion
of Its maxlta or demerits to wiser and older
heads than mine. f. P. DORFF.
73d President street. Brooklyn. Feb. 1.
The "Beachnuts' "Corking" Good Time.
A rumor Is going the rounds of certain
Brooklyn resorts where fishermen congra
gate thnt when, the "BeachnUta" were '
Montatik Point they had a corking gooii
tlnw until "Tamarack" tied the corkscrew
on hla line, thinking It was three way
swivel, and lost It at the Qrst cast.
1 wish to aay there ate times In every
up to dale flsherman'a life when It l
very difficult to distinguish between V
corkscrew and a throe way awlveu B ap
peals to me very had tasta to select Ta
marack" as an exception to a general rule
New York, Peb. IS. BCARCH ME,
,, , j
200 HORSES AT AUCTION
To Be Bold on weonescwy, tenmarr jo,
at 11 A. JI.. on tbe Premises ot
THE BERGEN HORSE CO.
813 Communlpaw Ae Jersey City, N". J.
10 seasoned homes used by local
firm, nil lu good flesh urtd ready
for Instant use.
110 seasoned horse consigned by local
ovtnrm, Ilia-html that will git
Hatlataetlon. .
SO hones consigned by Br. x A.
UoivD, Charlton, lows, alt ready
for immediate use.
28 horses consigned by I. Warsaw,
Indiana; the best wad of, hones
in offered at aurtlen; among
(hem threo roan geldings Weighing
over a ton each.
K. C. Burdlck Auctioneers P. Petersen
NEIV USED
Phlanha Murray
Lancia Federal Truck
(3tt Ton)
guaranteed
AND OTHER CARS
MORTON W.. SMITH CO.,
19 W. tUb 8t 1133 Murray Bill
V. S. ARB TRUCKS
PORCIlAREn BY US IN SBMLASSKMBLED
CO.ND1TIQN AND COMrhETliLTt
AtSSEMIlLEB IN OUR PUNT
BEST MAKES. VERY HRASO.V1BLS.
W1U. ARRANUB TBBM.
BBU1AU AUTO COHPOU-ITION
OaO-0St JACKSON AV.. BRONX (JSO Melrose)-
TBBCKS-STBCCKP TRUCKS.
February Sale Now On.
If You Want a Track Visit Us.
Rebuilt and overhauled Hi to JH "J
PACKAHDS. PIERCE-ARROWS & HITB
TRUCKS. 191S-U19; ALL GUARANTEED.
OVER tOO TO CBOOSK PROM.
TRANSIT STORAOB WAREHObSC,
17S-1S3 Van&itat Atc. Brooklyn.
, Telephone IJla rrospacu
MKHCEUi :. .tour paaaongar sport. , W
first class condition, but only fair PJ""'
oord tlrea; alx wire wheels; prlc? and o
onstratlon on application. Earlo M1"!'!
Co., MoPadden Bnlldlng, MackensacX,
No dealera. .
P1ERCE-ARRO". e-W MIS town car
ure-
ater bodrt aewly Mint: al tolaf bJJJ
la good roadltlun. 121 East 73lh St. "
lnox ii.n. , Zt
IDltD 11)17. tunel body; allatitly ued.
like new; will aire aay domonMratton. I .j
OAIUUE. 110 Weet, End ar. Paoiw Cohunl""
IB7S.
PACKARD 191 TOCBINO.
lion paw throughout. STABS.
Condlt
W. Sid at.
Pierce 1118, 48 Toutlnf.
Condition guaranteed.
ttd at. -
IKANKUN sedan, lairal model, un -
never nsed; for ule, mcrket price. J-
Herald, rmton sr.
PACKAUD,. 117 2-33. .tniirl SR: Pe""';
tlon. BiAim, iei
bua-493a.
lUU--HY'K lIKit pust-war.nuxwi 'flJun,
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