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' ; THE SUN AND NEW YORK tmAWt ?PAY, EEBK1JABY 20, 1920. ' ' ' , ' ' T'TI
British 'Flyweight Champion Knocks Out Mickey' Russell Before Crowd Which Jams the Arena in Jersey City
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OVER RUSSELL
IN 7TH10UND
Welshman Forces Jersey
j man's Seconds to Throw
in Towel.
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Makes Debut in Eastern Ring.
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-A.UEIUOAN IS OUTCLASSED
llritisli Chaiupion Hokcs Chop-
ping Block of His Tn
i fcrior Itlvnl.
j lly CHAHLBS V. MATHIflO.Y.
' Jimmy Wild, flyweight champion of
the world, made a chopping block of
Mickey Russell last ntRht ftt the Arena
A. C. tn the Fourth IlenJment Armory,
Jersey City, and knocked him out within
fve seconds of the close of the seventh
'"suotty Monteltli, manaijer of IliuseW,
tossed a toivel Into the ring In cknowU
rdmient of defeat when Russell was
banglnff helpless against the ropes, and
unable to defend himself.
li v,M3 evident before the first round
Ud Rone a mlnuts that Russell had no
business In the eame rJrur with Wilde,
t.nd the crowd, which was the largest
that jet has Jammed the club, realized It
was only a question of how lone the JeN
tey boy could stand the hammering.
Wilde save a .masterly exhibition of
icientino boxing, rlnir generalship and
liard hitting. Russell made spasmodic
njtempta to retaliate, but the Brlton'g
defence was Impregnable.
It was Wilde's first fight In the Bast.
Jte had previously lost to Jack Sharkey,
beaten Babe Asher and etopped Mike
Ertle In the mlddlo West.
That all Is not well In the camp of
tVllde came out after the little Velsh
man had beaten Russell. WtldYa share
of the receipt?, said to bo $6,500, was
attached through the medium of a court
crder Issued on behalf of Qeqrgo Dwyer.
Dwyer many months ago arranged to
manage Wilde's tour In this country.
However, when Wilde arrived here he
was accompanied by David Hughes,
h Introduced as his manager.
Prom time to time Dwyer and
Tinrhps clashed on various matters,
principally that regardbw Wilde's fight
with Jack Sharker. Developments led
to Wilde's dismissing Dwyer some days
ago, to yesterday Dwyer went to me
courts to get rcaress,
Welshman Always Superior.
Wilde waa all over his man In the
rt round like a coowr around a bar
tel. The Briton febmbarded Itussell with
everv blow known to sufftusBL Lefts.
rights, uppercuta and hooks shot out
etslnst the Jerseyman'a Jaw In violent
percussion ana nusaen pacxea away un
der the shower of Maw ,Thd Jersey
min.waa dazed and delighted when the
bell ended the round.
Wilde began the second round In the
cwi way and. with a discouraging suc
cession of lefts to the nose and rights
ti the Jaw, soon had Russell backing
atrar. A heavy left to the nose eemt
Kuweit to the ropes and he wabblea
painfully. The Jers-eytnan was weary
et the close.
The third round was e repetition of
the preceding session. Bleeding at the
nose. Russell' rtaggered about the ring,
trying to avoid the shower 6f Wows
delivered br the champion. It was a
onesided bout, the only question being
ss to how long Russell could last
Itussell took the aggressive lor a .brief
period In the fourth, landing on the body
and also jabbing to the mouth. But
Wilde soon resumed pounding. Russell
all over the ring, and the Jerseyman was
in distress at the closs, s
Tries for Knockout.
Wine tried hard for a1 knockout Irt
the fifth. He landed at least twenty
right handers on Russell's face,, but the
youngster showed a Job Grim Jaw and
luted the round. Wilde hammered his
wan from post to post In the' sixth
and had him cl?se to a knockout, but
the Jersoyman reached his corner.
Wilde weakened his man with heavy
iMy blows In the seventh, and after
tvo minutes and fifty-five seconds sent
Um against the ropes with a heavy-left,
Itussell was helpless on he ropes when
towel was thrown into the rng by
Slonteith after 2 minutes and 65 seconds.
Oakey Keyes, the East Side boxer,
scored his sixteenth consecutive knock-
jot when he stopped Abe Goldberg of
rooxiyn with a right to the Jaw In 2
minutes and 10 seconds of the first
JOUnd.
Willie Kohler of Brooklyn outpointed
-acKieBanders of San Francisco tn aJ
vigorously contested six round bout
5ny are lightweights.
loe Forgione of Newark defeated Red
Wilson of Syracuse in an Interesting
Hi round encounter. '
Toun Jack Dempsey of Newark, who
ttiemblei the heavyweight champion In
'at, earned the decision over Soldier
J-ewi- of Passaic In a spirited six round
ontest.
Chief Hatffown of Buffalo outfought
Charlie Evans of Newark In a six round
tontest.
FLORIO TRIUMPHS
IN CRESCENT RING
Beats De Clement in the Fea
ture Bout.
Vlck Florio, the Paullst Athletic Club
$??' Ia,t nInt &nlna1 h referee's
on over Paul de Clements' of the
Brooklyn A. A. In the finals of the
ccent Athletic Club's amateur boxing
tournament
The lads met In the final of the 144
f?d Bna urnlhed the best bout
" the night There was little to choose
?n th Mlf at ths ,nd t the fourth
i0"1"5- nd after the Judges had 61s-
fc 11,8 referee awarded the
"onors to Florio.
Archie Walker of the PAtlme A. C,
u'LyjQ champion, had Jltlle
Rouble with his opponents In the 128
.TSr O'WneTW of. the Clark
Bu! ln h" rounds and defeated It
Ue fins!" CUrk H0UM tMT7' ,n
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BAST AND WEST TIED
FOR SKATING HONORS
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AfcGowan of St, Paid Wins
Two MIlo Hace and Mooro
Talioa iho Qa'artor.
Lata Vvkca, K. T., Feb, East
ern skaters cut down the lead of the
Western, stars of the steel blades in the
second day's contests In the International
Championships hero to-day. The EXit-
eiders scored heavily, and are now tied
or premier honors' with 110 points. The
Canadians are a poor third with 20
points.
Everett McQowan of St Paul retained
the Individual lead. lie now has 60
points to-his credit. Joe Moore, Lake
Placid Club, Is 'second with SO. while
Charles Jewtraw, representing Lake
Placid, Is third with 40. McWhlrter,
Chicago ; Horton. Saranao Lake, and
Goodman, Canadian, are tied for fourth
place with 20 points each.
McQowan, who captured first In
both events yesterday, took the two
mile race to-day, while Jos Moore, former
metropolitan champion, crossed the
tape first In the. 440 yard dath. Al
though Jewtraw skated the fastest time
of the day In all of his heats, he was
unable to get a place In the final Of the
4(0 and got second In the two mile.
Many close followers of the game
believe that Jewtraw has been exerting
himself too much In his trial heats, and
consequently Is dnsble to come through
In the finals. It Is also noticeable that
he Is very nervous, which some people
.lay to the accident he had at Saranao
Lake several weeks ago, wnen in oraer
to avoid a child on the track ho fell
and broke his nose.
The 440-yard senior championship was
the first event decided. Because of the
large number of entries It had to be
run' off In ten heats, first two men to
qualify for semi-finals. Joe Moore took
the flrtn) heat easily, and the second heat
went to George Pickering of Verona
Lake. QtoWhlrter of Chicago jrot the
third and Jewtraw had an easy time
In the fourth.
In the fifth Hcernlg of Cleveland man
aged to cross the line first by a shade.
Horton and Miller had a nip anil tuck
for the sixth heat, Horton getting the
decision by less than a yard. .
McQowan beat J. Stetnmeu of Chicago
In tho seventh heat and M. Goodman,
the best of the Canadian contingent
took the eighth. The ninth heat was
another close one, with A. L. Hollander
breasting the tape Inches ahead of Will
iam Stelnmetz. In the tenth heat At
(Leltch, former Verona Lake skater,
Wilde lest night gave New York followers of boxing their first
chance to see him since his arrival, in America. Me met Mickey Russell,
Jersey City's pride, in the ring of the Arena Club, Jersey City.
SASIN DISAPPOINTS
HOST OF RACEGOERS
Heavily Backed, Ho Refuses to
Do His Best and Finishes
Poor Fourth.
SptHal la IBM 8oJ akd New Took llrano.
Nsw OsxtANS. FeD. 19. Becauso of
the deplorable condition or the track
the programme at Jefferson Park to
day was given over to the cheapest
horses In training. It was made up of
one maiden and six claiming events.
Four heavily played favortes proved
successful, and the layers suffered an
other terrible drubbing.
The track was at Its worst deep and
heavy and, tested the Btamlna of the
etoutest hearted. It was directly re
sponsible for the defeat of Basin, the
most heavily played choice of the day,
which was Installed an odds on favor
ite ln the fifth.
Basin was sore going to the post and
Coltltettl found him too big a handful
to handle properly. The horse labored
behind the pace set by Blue Thistle and
Ben Hampson through the early stages
and failed to respond when called upon
In the stretch. There Ben Hampspn
took command from Blue Thistle and
won well In hand. Arbitrator finished
third, with Sasln a distant fourth.,
Colrllettl scored his strle victory on
j. M. ZIromer8 Klrah In tho fourth, a
six furlong sprint The Zlmroer filly
led for the greater part of the Journey.
Ho relinquished command momentarily
at the -final three-sixteenths, where
Barley Water, the medium of an at
tempted coup, surged to the lead, but
weakened and was forced to ne con
tent with second honors behind Klrah.
Mlda, favorite and victim of early in
terference, finished a distant third.
Ben Volet took the two-year-old event
easily from The Aloof and No Footing.
Buddie Kean. the heavily played favor
ite, lacked speed throughout and evi
dently disliked the going.
Itedland, Huron 2d, Hadrian and Lo
rena Moss were other winners.
As the field was entering the stretch
In the final Flapper1 fell ahd throw Stack,
The filly's leg' was broken and she was
destroyed. The Jockey escaped Injury.
Toddler, whose Ug was broken on
Wednesday, was not destroyed as re
ported. Unable to gain permission of
the veterinary to endTier misery, owner
Dunne had her removed to tho Fair
Grounds, where she was hung in a truss.
An effort will be made to save her for
breeding purposes.
W. H. Rowe, Shreveport oil operator,
who purchased. the G. B. Wagnon stable
yesterday, added War Club to this string
for a reported price of (1,009.
II. Phillips mirchased Bridge Flayer
and Audrey A, at private sale for ship
ment to Tia juana.
Jockey Wlda was hit by s, clod while
riding Aigrette, badly brutstng his eye.
T. V. SASE1AIL SCHEDULE.
ifit
csas
Ohio'
Trtth Tcs!sTsa at
Field April 8.
The schedule for the Hew Tork Unl-
vamMv VaraUr baseball team Includes
seventeen games, the first of which will
he played on April 3, when the Vorslt
meets Wesleyan on Ohio FleM. The
schedule, Is:
April s. Wesleyan on Ohio Field;
April 7. Columbia on South Field I April
10. West Point at west point; April if,
C. C. N. T. on Ohio Field; April 17,
Union on Ohio Field; April 21, Lehigh
at Bethelehem ; April 21; Haverfonf on
Ohio IFlsld; May 1, Swarthmore at
Swartnmore; May S, Rutgers on Ohio
Field; May t, Trinity on Ohio Field;
May 13, Stevens on Ohio Field; May IS,
Lafayette at Boston : May 32, Unton at
Unton ; June E, Maryland State on Ohio
Field.
RAIN MARS SPORT
AT HAVANA TRACK
Two Contests Aro Declared Off
Becanso of Heavy With- '
' drawals. '
Spethl to TUB So inn Kiw Teas. Hiino.
Havaka. Cuba, Feb. 19. Tho track at
Oriental Park course to-day was In such
bad condition as a result of the heavy
rainstorm that the second and third
races had to be declared off owing to the
many withdrawals.
The track was fetlock deep ln mud
and It required a very strong horse to
negotiate the going. The time In the
various events was slow and the winners
were very tired horses at the end of each'
race.
In the first race Llthollck demon
strated that he is a superior mud runner
when he made a show of his field. Ha
won In a gallop by eight lengths. Thl
result was never In doubt after the first
furlong.
Keymar in the first substitute raee
was returned an easy winner, pulling up
at the end with two lengths' advantage.
The second substitute event went to
Buster Clark, which was held at the good
odds of 7 to 1.
Buby liked the heavy going and led
her field home In the fourth race. The
fifth race went to Free man tie, while
Fairly won the last race.
The results:
First nae-Iart .Kt three year-olds and
upward; claiming. Six fwlonct, LlthOlleU. 109
(AtslnMa). fl t 2. ma and 1 to a. first!
Twenty Keren. 117 (Morrar), 0 to 0, 1 to 2 and
1 to 4. second; Print Easy, 111 JPIekens). 7 fc
1, 6 to 2 sod O to 0, third. Tim. 1:20 2-9.
ltilla VTllfer, Doe. Kioetbe, Front Eoral aad
Tatodort Fair also ran.
Second llaee Parse WOO (substitute race):
four-year-olds-and onward ; 'delator. Fire aad
ne-bilt furlongs. Keraar, Ul (ffargenl, 3 to
1, 4 to 8 and 2 Mo j, first) Lillian O., 103
(Andertoa). 0 to 1, a to 1 and etej, Mcoad:
Peaceful Star, 111 (Murray). 7 te fl, 8 to S ami
1 to 3, third. Tin. 1:11 S-S. Ambassador
111, Lady taagdea, figment aad Mary's Mag
nate alto fan. .... ....
Ttlra nace rnrse sow isnwunie mciji
MMtiMldi and Upward! claiming. Fir sad
eat-nalf furlongs.
rir.4r.nlrfi and uowirdi elahnlnjr. Flra
M-.hu If fnnlonra. Umttr Clarl. 110 (BrOTrnl.
7 to 1, 8 to 2 and 8 to 0, first! Flekle FanrrH
113 (Kederlsl. ettn. 3 to 8 end 1 to O, seeewl:
rrateucio, in luorirj. w i, o ni ana mm
8, third. Time, 1:11 8-8. Hensst dears, E3
ClaJTrsntor, Biases snd Sir Han slss ran.
Feurtn Race Purse 1700; tbree-rear-otd;
claiming. Fire furlongs. Rnbj, 100 (Barnes),
8 to 82 to 6 and cut, first; Horse Letch, 109
(Atkinson) 7 to 2, arts aad out, seeoadt Black
Prince, 10.1 Carmodi), even, 1 te 4 and eat,
third. Ttmt, 1:08 4-4. Volar Cob also ran.
Fifth lUee Pursl 1800; the Guatemala Han
dicap; ' tbxea-year-olda and upward. One. aad
oce-tJattentb miles. Freamantl. 104 (Car
modi), 4 to 6, 1 to 8 and Out, first; Dr. Bat,
104 (Ktdtris), 8 to 1. eren end out, seeeed;
Scotch Verdict 100 (Atkinson), 8 to 1, eren and
out, third. Time,' 13 44. Mess Kit and War
isixui mcr-rurn twvi warwtmr-viaa ana
Ndftsn Gets $225,000
Under Father's Will
ClltOAa6, Feb. 19. ''Bat" Nel-
- son, former lightweight cham
- pion, was named chief beno
flclary of the $150,000 estate of Mat
thew Nelson, his father, whose will
to-day was filed for probate.
Tho will leaves 1116,000 to "Bat"
ard distributes the residue' equally
among his Ave brothers.
It Is said a largo part of the es
tate In reality was ring earnings of
the former champion entrusted to
the father for safekeeping.
crossed the line well ahead of Itussell
Dcmerse.
Monro, won his semi-final, and then
skated off with the title. The sum
maries: t v
440 Yard Final for Women First. Si:
Dunlap. Chicago; second, It. Johnson, Chi
cago) Third, O. Itoblnson, Toronto. Time
48 s-s seconds. .
Two Mils Senior Final First, Everett
MeClowan, flt. Paul! eaoond. Charloe
Jewtraw. Lake Placid : third, Joe Moore.
Lake Placid. Time. minutes s
ssconde. ,
440 Yard. Final Dash for Boys 14 Years
Old First, Orila areen, Baranao La!
seeond, B. OTJrltn, Pittsburg tmra,
Harold Fortune. Lake Placid. Time,
no Yard nnei rar iioys it ir um
First, ueorse Thompson, cmcago; conu,
Morris Baker. Chlcagoi third, George
Doray, Lake Placid Time, li seconds.
io Tare Final ror uoys ii 7 "
Won by Cart Parodr. Tlacldi Van Mr
trlck. flarante Uke, finished second. Time,
4t 4-.1 irronds,
40 Yard Senor Final First. Joe
Moors, Lake Placid! second, ISd Horton,
Saranao Lake; third, M. Ooodman, Winni
peg. Time, It 1-5 aeconds.
FlO Yard Final for Boys. 10 Year Class
First, Jamts Shea, St., Lake rlacld; sea
end, John Shea, 2d, Lake Placid; third,
Itarmond Murray, Brooklyn, N. Y. Time.
3J 41 seconds. . .
410 Yard Final for Boys l TsarsFirst,
Qeorre Thompson. Chicago: second, Mar
tin firawsttr. Lake Placid: third. Morris
Baker, Chicago. Time, 41 seconds.
B0WD0H7 FOOTBALt DATES.
Season tPUl Open September 30
and Qlos November 20.
9 Brunswick, Me,, Feb. 18. Bowdoln
College has arranged a strong football
schedule for next season. It will open
tho season on September 25 with Spring
field College and close .on November 20
with Wesleyan University. On Novem
ber .18 the team will Journey, to West
Point to play the Cadets. The schedule
follows:
. fltpt. 25. Eprlngfleld Collets, at Springfield,
Mate.
t. 2. TOfta Cotlxe. at MedfoM. Mats.
Oct. 8. Atntiert fHf, at . inherit. Mann.
Oct. It, Trinity Collere, at Brunswick, lie.
Oct 23. CtJbj College, at Waterrllle, lit.
Oct JM). nt, College, at Lenliton, Me.
Kor. 0, Maine t'nlTenltr, tt Brunswick, Me.
Rot. 1. Wet Point, at West Point. K. Y.
Nor, to. Wctlejtu unlrerslty, at notion,
Maaa. -
SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART
5BtV ORLEANS, Feb. 10. Weather clean track heavy.
FOIST RACE For tWo-rear-olda. Three and e half furlonrs. Purse ST00. 00 1:01. Time,
44 1-s. start good, won estiir. nutner, cn. c, uj uresi uruain Virginia Kunn.
Owner and trainer, D. T. MOMUS.
Bona. Wt. PPo. Bt. U u Fin. Jockey. Otven.Hljh.Closc.PJace. ;d
Ben Valet IIS 4 t l't' 1 Motcalf t-l 4-1 4-1 65 1-2
The Moor Ill 1 3 I1 I t" Star It im ro-i ja-i t-l M
KO Fooling lis see tj irx.,. iv-i iu-i iu-i 6-3 l-l
Alberta S in 3 a I 4 Meehan 3-1 4i .1-1 4-s z-s
Buddie Bean Ill 1 4 4 3 8 Trailer. 7-5 T-S t i 2-1 ...
Humor 115 I 6 BUtwell 11-1 rs-l 2l-t 1-1 S I
Ben Valet was hustled Into lead al once and. enererttcally handled, held sway for
entire trip. The Moor went forward from the start end lasted gamely under a hard
drive. No Fooling showed good form snd went forward entire trip. Alberta S. was given
a listless rids and cams fast when urged hard. Buddie Sean showed dull form and was
bwnere5,D. T.'Morrls; I M. J. Losrensteln; t, M..J. Murphy: , J. W. Schorr!
S. J. J. Kean; . J. W. McClelland.
SKCOKIT RACE For thrre-rtsr-olds and upward. Six furlongs. Purse. tttX). Off 2:19.
Time, 130. Btsrt good. Won (Wring. Winner, b. g., I, by Plsudh Ruby Bight.
nn aim trainer. O. A. BlAIICItL
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Owntr-L 6. A. Blanehlt 1 Warm Stable; S. Campbell tt Sparks; 4, J. M. Booker:
I. J, Arthur; , T. Fowler; 7, B. Lutaj 8, F. o. Orer; J, j. m. Drtndorfer; 10. C. C. Ilenry.
THIRD BACB-FOi three-yeaMlds and upward. . ,8ix furlonga Purse MOO. Off f.O.
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veacen aiisr going umn uiii,. um uu ,u c.ui umuwu iiun. i Ktr
d en determinedly approaching stretch turn, but. waa In bad going during last
eighth. Viola Qaffney closed good gap. ptntuaeasai urea, ueorge Washington was ai-
Ilcratched-Toadstool, Columbia Teno, Nobleman, Hit Orb, Helma, CsIUts, Sybil,
BWOwnersL O. Peterson si. O. Wetidle: , Mrs. J. L. Paul; 4. J. L, Solomon: i. W. W.
nAs a il Montsomerr: 7. Mrs. M. S. Willi am ton: (, J. tt. Womacfi: i. J. T. Buck
ley; 1W, B. Matthews.
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Mary Greenwood. OwnerJ,
Hone.
Klrah
Barley Water....
Mldla ...i
nekshoi .......
Wt. PP.
Ketlah
tl
117
111
Riddle J
Bob Baktr 1U
James r. uumaungs... iu
K?ra'n'snow7ig"goodo
end to outstay striey
8t
10
It
7
1UE&. Trainer. A. zimmer,
7
4
10
3
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S
U Fin. Jockay. Open. Hlgh.aose. Place. Id.
: 1W ColUIettl..lH-l 1H-1 4-l 7-S 14
v v nsDin...... w-i
7' 3 RlchcreekJVi-1
8 8 4 Pauley S-l
7 8 Obert 12-1
8 I Boyle 74
4 8 7 Rpdrlgues. Il l
18 8 Wlda 8-1
lilt Erioksin.. 80-1
11 It 10 Wright.... KM
I U It llnnklnt... to.1
iad MAVed into lead at once and .bad to be hcstl
sr. Latter taarsa up witn a ruan at stretch
i-i
.7-1
1S-1
11-1
1J-1
S-l
eo-i
s-l
2-1
4- 1
1S-1
10.1
1S-1
5- l
80-1
C0-1 60-1
40-1 SO-1
lied
3-1
1-1
4-1
ei
i-i
to-i
20-1
10-1
15
S-5
1- 1
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S-l
2- 1
81
8-S
10-1
hard near
turn and
finished gamely. Midi came steadily in isst eigntn. uucasnot saowea a good enort.
Blddle ur
Sill.
. . ,n ...a Aitfk.K triah flntihAt wall. 1
JHimot-ar. waj uaruoon, jietnei
ownrt-li J. M, zimaer: f, O.JU Osrahta: 3. Mrs. V. Mansle; 4, HaU Bebolt; 8,
0. w. cesser , J, Msettnoa; 7, r. J. Purceii; s, Mrs, T. o. Webber; , v. Qiao: 10,
it. Miner ; H. n- a. uiuno.
sixteenth.
sen
FIFTH RACE For three-reir.o!ae and upward. Claiming. One mlla and a slxtee
Purse SSOO. Off 3:41. Time. ltt8trt.g,'drjTjng. Winner, by g.. , by
Trovato-Margaret Hampson. Owner, 3. 3. FAHEY. Trainer. W. J. Burke. .
Horse. Wt. fP. Bl. H n TP i. ' -ocej,
nan Mamnaon ... Ill 8 S 1' S 1 V. tt "urae,.
ZT"" . - . ... m A 4i 4 1 tat
1
I"
1U
tl jt
4 4
8 6
8
1 7
But wall.
Stack
CO
Open.HI(h.Clote.Place. Icf
10-1 1M 10-1 3-1, M
IV Vfl 10-1
4-1 4(4-1 V4-t
loltlletU. 3-8 7-10 3-5
Wlda..... 1-1 12-1 IM
B'gnowakl 30-1 EO-1 so-l
BOdnguea ro-i so-i rs-i
...... 101 1 I I S S . lucncreex sv-i
icsoo. well up from the start, was In best going during
. Latter saowea good lorm. vm vna near ena. Aroiurawr,
r Being tsxen in too oeep going in
i-l
7-S
1-4
i-l
lt-1
S-l
10-1
s-ft
(-1
4.1
10-1
stretch snd outstayed
was wan up ana
atrticn. satin
tmwsrd: claiming, .one one and ruty yarde.
f.i.iT 114 (Oarcanl. a to fl. 3 lo 8 and 1 la a.
first; Itoyslty. 11L (Usrrar). 4 to 1, 8 to 8 and ' Iwlniwln 108
4 te 8, tecoad; Half and Half, 113 (Atklatoai, Olasatol . Ul
7 re a, o to a aw o w . unra. iim. iiaa 4-b. goreciour
slippery
Exempted,
also ran,
JAY GOULD DRAW ft
AGAINST Fa CUTTING
Will Met in National Kmc.
tjutts Tewnement rMay.
Boston, Feb. U. Drawings for the
National Amateur Kaoquet Champion
ship play to be held at the Tennis and
Racquet Club here to-morrow have been
made. Jay Oould of New Tork, many
times champion, wilt meet Pulton
Cutting of New Tork and E, T. Frellng
huysen of New Tork will face S. W.
rearson of Philadelphia. C. C. Pell of
new iuia wo numer ui tno arai
named match and S. 0. Mortimer the
winner of the second.
1U
tui.w. a.w. i.m r nmniiiimiii i a
pper and Mlas Sweep, Ornery .'...110
urore a. .....
Blue TMsue m 4 4 m i i;
arbitrator 108 3 3 114 i 3
gaaro 104 l 3 S S 4
gSwol. "I 7 7 7 7 S
Mir Tom !?!
CadUlao Ul 3 1 4 .4 7
Oreat DMly
Ban Haa
OwSSlTj'. J.' Fshey; I. W. Cahill; J. M. B. Mount; 4, C. Boston; I. E. K. Bryson;-
8. B. C. Church;-7, B L. Loubat; 8, J. . Allen.
SIXTH RACB-For tnree-yesoldi and upward. One mile and seventy yards. Purse MOO.
'lime, li irvniart iuuu. ,.,bwmj. v. k,, . f.co AAi.ce1
Hlgh-Qote. Place. 3d.
S- 7-S 2-S 1-3
U-l 4-1
7-1 3H1
S-l 2-1
10-1 3-1
14-5 1-1
20-1 7-1
Off 4:04. Time, 1958 l-s,Rtart good, won easily, winner, o. c
Seinprite. Own?, J, a FERRIS.- Trainer, R. Williams.
Horse. wt. I'l'. St. U li )i M Jrin. jocaty. upen,
Haitrlan MS 3 4 i' 3 l i v wngnt.... 7-s
niWln .......... 1W D B .ct...... -
TMnnUant
3
4
3
8
8
7
8tt2
4
3 4
I S
S 8,
7
Pierce
Rodrigues
Wlda
Smith
Ooltlletti..
S-t
S-l
S-l
.S-l
1
1S-1
12-1
S-l
(-1
10-1
4-1
0-1
3-1
S-S
1-1
S-S
3-5
3-1
he
7 Zoeuer..
Liladdan ran as If raucn best, was' Kept restrained until reaching stretcn, wnara
ouaatol. under hard trnlQg. gained steadily and outstayed Foreclosure in last
Foreclosure ttred fast In stretch. QroTe A. retired after rplng half mile.
1, ivomno; t, c a. iirrton; o, w. u.
gsmely.
niWi. it c Perns: s, J. L. KMght; 3, H.
Banmarelr 8. R. BucUey; 7. P. Dunne.
upward, one mils ana a sixteenth, purse, teoo,
mag. mnwr. o. i., t, oy air nutreo
88VE1TTH HAOt-For thrte-ysar-Olds.asd upwsr
OS 4. Time. l:ss 4-8. Start good.Won drt
Kitty K. Owner. M. A. Ct&TON. Trainer, I
IK it
Lurra tie
Wt PP.
4
St.
s
K. T. Cotton.
1 Fin. Jockey. Open. Hlgh.Close. Place. Sd.
3 1' 1 Brickton,. 4-S 11-10 11-10 2-1 l-S
4 t' z ntrca...... i
1U 114 1" 1" RlcBcreek. Il l
8 4 4 Boyle: 1M
7 7 4 S. Smith 1S-1
lea ty jnegt...... n-i
S3 7 Wjda 7-1
i 3 Fell 8ttck....ltt-l
7-1
18-1
U-l
20-1
13-1
S-l
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''II
iraraa.
Txmta ifots...... Ill
Asteo If
Juaam in......... 1J4
Rasdd Stride....... 7
IB Ray JU
Dundreary ........ 104
Mttle String ill
i. .... , ....iai
ixreaa jaota. going in oer Dm lam auu wm uauun, -u.iu iw. ivm .h aircica
snd eutstand others. Asteo moved up etesdliy and outstsyed Juaslta In final strides,
juanlta showed most esrly speed aad but for retlnquiahlng the good going la stretch
salghthare won. Llltlo string anowed dull effort and wsa gtTen'a listless ride. Flap
per was wett up when hs broke a leg.
Scratched-La tt try. Dr. Crlgler. .... . m
r. ... , t , r-T,. - T t rtHwASann ? j .4rifcm. t W Parr. r. n Tr
J3I. Boaktr; 7. C. B. CHioa, !, JI. .ft J. Lowenstclu.
15-1
S-l S-l
1S-1 S-l
1 S-l
S-l 2,1
s-i m-i
4-S
3- 1
l-S
l-l
4- 1
1-t
5- S
NO MORE PUBLIC
P0L01K1EWY0RK
Sauadron A Formally Disbands
After Flaying Game for
Nearly Twcfnty Years.
Squadron' A Polo Club, which for
nearly twenty years furnished New Tork
with the only polo matches that were
open to the publlo gage, has disbanded.
Disrupted by the war, Its members teat
tered and Its playing field practically
gone, tho club that entertained thou
sands of citizens on the Van Cortlandt
Park parade ground annually1 has not
been able to get to Its feet again de
spite an effort on the part of two or
three of ths old members to resurrect It.
Its resignation from polo activity has
Just been handed to the Polo Aasocln
tlon. A. Campbell Bmldt, who was a mem
ber of .the squadron polo team that held
its last open tournament before the war,
s.Uompted to round up the old members
recently ln tho hope of bringing about a
reorganisation of the club. He found,
to his surprise, however, that many of
them hod moved out of town; that others
had glvon up polo and that most of the
rest had Joined other polo clubs near
New Tork and would not be able to play
with the squadron. Prior to the war
there was always a young element that
played along with the veterans and took
their places when the older men stepped
out of active competition, but with polo
nt a standstill for two or three years
the development of new players was out
of tho question.
Just before the Mexican border trouble
ln 1816 which called .away many of Its
members Squadron A had passed through
one of the most successful years In Its
history. After a series of matches with
the West Point Officers and other polo
clubs In the vicinity of tfew Tork, tho
squadron held Its open tournament and
won the event, defeating two teams from
Piping Rock and one each from Rumson
and Whlppany River.
It was In 1199 that Squadron A ob
tained a permanent permit for thr.ee polo
fields at Van Cortlandt Park, "Grad
ually, however, the ground assigned to
baseball players was enlarged to take
In some of the polo area and the squad-,
ron was limited to. tho use of only two
fields. Practice games. were played semi
weekly from early spring until tho fall,
with occasional open tournaments, and
the majority of them wero watched by
large crowds. With America's entry
into the 'European war the polo fields
wero turned Into camping grounds, and
the fields were torn up and made unfit
for polo for some time to Come.
Undoubtedly the strongest player de
veloped by the Squadron A club Is J.
Cheever Cowdln, who In polo circles at
present Is regarded as a contender for a
place on the next American Interna?
tlonat polo team. Others of note were
Leavitt J. Hunt Joseph Hunt and Alex
ander D. B. Pratt. Among those who
polned the Rockaway Hunting Club since
the squadron A club became Inactive are
Thomas C. Eastman, Walter B. Eaton
and Br. John Richards.
To Defend tup With
Largest Hydroplane
A'
least one of England's defend
ers of the Harm (worth or inter
national motorboat trophy, for
which America has challenged, win
be tho largest hydroplaas yet built
for racing purposes. According to
Information Just received by tho
American Power Boat Association It
will closely approach If not reach tho
maximum length of to feet 11 (nones,
and Is evidently being constructed
to combat successfully the roughest
sort of seas.
The defender, which Is now being
finished at Cowes for Sir H. Macksy
Edgar, will be named the Maple
Leaf V.. It Is understood that she
will be equipped with two very high
powered airplane engines, probably
of the Rolls-Royce type. One or
two other .defenders will probably
make their appearance before the
International ' event takes place . off
the Isle of Wight next summer,, but
to date the Maple Leaf V. Is the only
one entered officially,
NEW ORLEANS ENTBIES.
First Itace-r-nne IM0: claiming: two-year-
olds; three snd a half furlongs: Utiel W.,
lift; Josephine X., lift: Wis Adrlenne, III;
Auntie Mir, 119; Charlotte C, 11S Kahoma,
lis; Fading Star, 115 1 Vera Twyford, US;
Uaudle WUion, 116; Morning Face, 115.
second Bsce-rarse swn claiming; ronr-
year-olda; six furlongs t She Dtrll. 103;
Crumbling Ins, 10! ; 'Tiger Hose, 103; "Verity,
103; wiuigan, los; -uoporcr,
Star. 103: Ula. 103: Helms.
103; Huron It., Ill: J, P.
10S: Frances
101 ; Battle Atkln,
tt ,
ner, 113; Mitcun Hay, iu. Alto ejiginiot
Mlas Orb, 101; Mack Garner, 113; Birry
Itndder, 111; Usramoo, U3j.
Third nicaPurut StOOi dalminf : four-rear-
olds and upward; firs and a half furlonrs:
onico, u: "Cliano, ys; Arcn riowr, ;
HMtUrr jweL til 'Iwlniwln. 100: Madras
Gingham, 100; Thursday Nlghter, 108: Ches-
lerneid. m; uonsieiis, ivz; Daoreiaan. iui;
Poultner, 101; A. x. Alkln. 107: Subahdar,
107! Blaise; w ureen nun. in. aiso eugiowi
Sherman A.. S3: Archie Alexander, si:
Dixie Carroll. 105.
Fourth Bace-Three-year-ouis ana up warn:
air fnrlnnxa: nnraa 1(00 Maiden Voter. Si:
Bounding Through. 101: Talisman, lfti: Chal
lenger, 103; Mean Bullant, 103; Ballybell, 1M:
Vim, 103: Satana. 101: Coraloran. 103 The
Lamb. io: Ace of Trumps, 108; Rainbow Girl,
IK: Toe the Marx, ui: tnr ursiion, ui.
Fifth Bace Purse, 1703; allowances! four
ar.nMa and nnward: mUe and seventy
lardt: Sweeping Glance, M; Frank Monroe,
looi jttepperaap, m, nuj, in, ti
HI. ......-
Slxtb Hace Forte lew; claiming; iout-
year-olds and upward; mile and tnree-six-
toenwt; 'nooaery,' w.otto. "'
109 Ponderota, HO; Caballo. 110; AUnlno,
ill- Gdumpy. Ul; 8emper Stalwart, iu;
Contestant, lit
Seventh Usee-Fow-year-elds J wile and three
alitetnths: clslalng! porta WOO: mt. for Tat,
101; tandttlde, 104: Mar Tom, 1MJ ;.
thallos, 109 naey ouiar, mi, juacma, iui
Uuher, H3;Bajaet. IU; Waterproof, UJ. '
Aimrentlce allowtace claimed. n
MOTOR BOAT SHOW
WILL OPEN TO-NIGHT
Exhibition Has Been Attract
ing Attention Abroad.
The fifteenth annua Eastern motor
boat show, which Is to run until Febru
ary ts, will get 'under way to-night In
the Grand Central Palace. Beginning
to-morrow the doors will be thrown
open at 10:80 A. M. until 10:30 P. M.
Every one who is any one In the mo
tor boat world will be present ior the
opening night, and by Monday, when
the meetings and conferences begin, the
Western contingent will have arrived.
The National Association of Engtno
and Boat Uanufacurers, sponsors for
tho show, will hold Its annual meeting
on Thursday afternoon, adjourning In
time for a dinner at the Waldorf ln the
evening. Henry R. Hutphen, president
of the association, will preside on both
occasions.
That tho show is attracting attenton
abroad is evldenoed by the arrival here
a few days ago of Baron von Haer
solte, director-general of the Nautical
Museum at Amsterdam, Holland. The
Baron's mission Is to Inspect the boats
and engines of his country at the expo
sition and to report back to his eu
oerlors.
Tiro last show, held ln 1918, was pre
eminently a war display, for at the
time the boat and engine manufactur
ers were engaged ln helping Unole 8am
to win tho great world conflict
HI AMMAN WIUS
INITIAL CUE GAME
Defeats Bfolnungler, 200
,198, ln Olass B
Tourney. '
in!
BTAHDINO OP THE PLATERS.
Heme. Won, Lett. H.H.
JuUsn fttce...... 3 o ' is.
Charles P. Matlhews. 3 o 33
Joseph Ueardsiey 8 o 11
Robert J. Biembugter 1 4 es
Sydney M. Bruseef..,. 1 4 S3
M. I. McManlman.... 1 4 37
l.b.
1.000
i.(
.101
Merrlt P. McManlman last night gained'
his first victory tn the national Class -B'
18.3 amateur balkllne billiard champion
ship tournament when he defeated Rob
ert J. Stelnbugler, sbo to 193, ln. the
Brooklyn Billiard Academy where the
final round Is being played, JMcMont
man disposed of his opponent in forty
Innings and returned a high run of t',
which Is the second highest made ln the
tournoy. It was Stelnbugler's, fourth
consecutive defeat MtiManlman, Stein.,
bugler and Sydney M. Bruisel have
completed their strings and are tied wHh
one victory and four defeats, . I
McManlman with a run of 37 In the
third Inning took the lead and held com-
rnand until the end. McManlman had a'
twenty-six point advantage at this stage
of Ute contest McManlman played a
steady game for the next doxen frames,
but got neglectful when he'compllod'a
comfortable lead, and as a result als
lowed his opponent to cut down his ad
vantage. Stelnbugler staged a brilliant
rally toward the latter part of tho match
and camo within an exe of winning the
contest Stelnbugler's high runs we"
21, 17 and 16- m
The score: .
Merrill P. KcKahlmtn- 8 tt 11 0. 7 Ti
31 1300300833 1 0 13 3 0,0 3 8180001ft
315010113. Total toft. High runs, ST, ts,
34) average, 8. w
Robert J. 8U.lnbucIer-llT8114 313B ft.4l
8801 11 3030 IS 33088 18 004300 Tl
1000162. Total 103. High ruai, 21, IT, 111!
average, 4S3-40. V
DEVANEY WILL BACK
Star Mller to Comneto In Oafnes of
Nerr YorlAA. C.
T)ie annual Indoor games of the New
Tork A. C, which will be held ln the
Twenty-second Regiment Armory to
morrow night, will mark th resumption
of the famous Baxter mile. Among1 the
star mllsrs who will measure strides
will be Mike Devanney of the Mlllroae
A. a., winner of the event In 1918 ;
Jimmy Connolly of Georgetown, Cutblll
of the Boston A A., the New England
champion, and Harvey Reed of Tate,
whose recent running stamps him so
one of the best1 rollers In America.
BRAVES fllQ.V OUTFIELDER.
Boston, Feb. 18. Outfielder John L.
Sullivan of the New Orleans Southern
League Baseball Club was signed to-day
by the Boston Nationals. Bulltvan bat
tled .300 last season.
HAVANA ENTRIUES.
First Race Claiming; purse. JSM; three.
yoar-olds: Are and n half furlongs: 'Lucie
May m; Claude Walker. 39; Miss La Rue,
m- CoL Lillard, t); He's a Bear, 1W;
Major Bradley, 101: Hainan. 103; Steve,
107; Hatracft, 107j 'Norfolk. Belle, 107.
Second RacaClalmlng: purse, SSOO; three-year-olds
and upward; six furlongs: 'Cuba,
Si; lUtckaree, 81! Director James, 33; Vene
tian Boy, 109; The Snob, 109; Timothy J.
Hogan, 103; Quln. U: Wild Thyme. Ill;
Forsous. lit: King Tuscan, 111; Count Boris,
114: Dick Benson, 111.
Third Race Six furlongs: three-year-olds
end upward; claiming: purse 3490. Major
Fisk, Mi 'Precious Jewel, J04; Ambassador
Ht, 104;. 'Blanche Donalton, lot; Uey En
nit, uft; Presumption, U9; Peaceful Star,
100; ack Dawson, 1C0: Iron Boy, IU; Whip
poorwlll. hi; GMawar, 114: Bolger, U7.
Fourth Race six furlongs; three-yearolds
and upward: claiming; puree SSM. 'Vork
vtlle, 17: Wlaard, 93; Dainty Lacy, lftl;
Phedoden, 104; Walter Mack. 107; All Aglow,
Ul; Currency, 109; Mellora, 110.
Fifth Race FouSyear-oMs and upward;
claiming; purse 3400: mile: Ballyconnell,
105; 'Sunnlngdale, 109; "Zinnia. US; Cork, 111;
Egmont, Hi; Duke ef Shelby, 111; Royalty,
US: sayetb, lis; Xenghee. US.
Sixth Race Fonr-yoar-olda aad upward ;
claiming: purso (OOj mile and fifty yards:
nutter Clark. S3: Lucky Pearl. 99: "Zodiac
101: Little Ed, 105; 'Attorney Mulr, 107; Great
UUll, u. ,
. Apprefltlc allowance claimed.
M
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A size tor everv tramer
Suits that fit the lean, tK
fat, the short, the tallancl
all the "in-betweens.
No finer woolens. ',
No higher type of tailor
mgf. .
No delay.
No extravagance
Art
till
IVM
What is it that conforms
without "conforming"?
Outf"Composi;te,' .derby.
Flexible where it touches
the head. v Light weight
and very comfortable
''Ittfltierti TnitMtt,
Rogers Peet Company
Broadway Broadway
at 13th St. '"Pour at 34th St
Convenient
Broadway Comers" Fifth AVc5.1
at Warren it 41st
$ Ia
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1 TO BE SOLD
1 Under the Supervision ef the Bureau of Sales
of tho
ALiEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN
.1.
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A well-equipped plant for the manufacture of refractory products, of substantial brick; steel
and concrete construction, situated on a plot of 24 acres of land vith 600 feet of water front
on the Raritan River and a siding connection with the Lehigh' Valley Railroad, including com-,
mpdious and well-equipped office buildings, cook and eating houses and tenement, and fifteen
dwelling houses together with a tract, of 84 acres of clay lands; of which upward of 45 acres ty
remain unexcavated; all belonging to 1 .
DIDIER-MARCH COMPANY
and situated at
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
A..
The eale wjll be held at the plftnt on March 15, 1920, at i2 o'clock noonr and will be at
public auction to the highest bidder subject to the terms and conditions of sale of the Bureau
. of Sales of the Alien Property Custodian. The sale will include all peratial property and
manufactured product and raw material on the premises except such, if any, ae may be neces
sary to the completion of unfinished work of the company at the time of sale. Further partic
ulars as to the property and the terms of sale may be obtained at he, office .of the usdarslgncd.
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139 BrsMdway
- NawYerk'City,
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