THE SUN "AND flEW - YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8,..,M30.
Caddock Regains Prestige by Throwing Chevalier With Head Scissors- Hold in 58:1 1
CADDOCK AUD LEWIS
i WININ IMG BOim
Franco and Stranglor Diwns
MEAD SCISSORS FACTOR
Winners Will Now Meet for
Right to Wrcstlo Steelier
' ny CHAIII.ES P. aiATnisox.
In two of tho most excttlnc wrestling
houta staged In Madison Square Garden
nnd before one of tho larjeet crowd?
that ever Jammed tho historic arena
Sergeant Earl Caddock, former chum
Iilon, defeated 'Snlavador Chevalier, tho
French tltlo holder, and "Stranglor" Ed
J.wls conquered Jim Londos, the C-recls
Caddock rubdued 'Chovaller with a
head scissors and wrist loclt In 5S min
utes and II second?, nnd Lewis tri
umphed over Londos with a flying head
lock In I hours 4 minutes nnd 4S sec
onds. Caddoct: as a result of his victory
ornod a match with lewts on March II
nnd tho victor In that bout will have a
Utlo'match with Stecher at a later date.
Tho Lcwla-Londos combat wan a
fierce struggle, tho Greek finally suc
i umblns to the weakening effect of tho
riusblns head loek which was applied
to Jilm'nt least a dozen times. The
;reclt showed wondorful strength and
courage and several times had tho vet
cisn Lewis In dangerous positions.
Sfransler Lewis and Jim Londos. the
C-ek champion, took hold at 10:35
o'clock. They were well matched as to
r . and strength. 'but did not seem Mix
for action at close quarters. The
.r'tk seemed to be wary of the. Strang
i r, who weighed 238 pounds to ISS by
1 is opponent.
Htcr fifteen mlnules of r.pnrrlmr Lewis
made a frantic effortto get a hold on the
rwlc, and In tho KCrnrablu tho Strangle.-
n 'lrowi out of the rlnjr. Ho climbed
back at onco and resumed his struggle.
' i:t tireek finally got a leg hold and
i wkv l!wls, but tho Stranglor broke
nK v tr r7-inod his feet.
Lowls adjusted his head lock, but the
rtu.c broke It Instantly. It was hut a
,.r - nifcr that. Lewis took an
other head lock, and again tho Greet:
shook his ncad out of tho clutch. Lewis
ananoevered till he got his head lock for
iho third time and he brought the Greek
to tho floor. Lewis kept tho hold for
nearly a minute, when Londos kicked
himself free. After forty-flvo minutes
Lewis again got his head lock, but the
Creek got away.
Chevalier Xot Pliyslenlly Fit.
fhnvniUr wnt not nhveically fit for a
contest, rolls of fat hanging over his
bell. Caddock was In uuperb condition.
The former champion went Into action
at once, Caddock being tho aggressor
lrom tho start. They shlfte'd from one
hold to another with lightning rapidity.
The Frenchman showed considerable
strength and escaped from tho head
edssors several times. lie took s head
lock on Caddock after fifteen minutes
which was broken with much difficulty.
i4 Caddock next escaped from a half
Nelson and put the same on Chovaller,
but as they were under the ropes thoy
were compelled under the rules to get to
their feet and go to tho centre. This
happened again shortly afterward "when
Caddock had tbV-Frenchman on the
verge of a fall wltirn half Nelson.-
Chevalier then adjusted a head lock,
which he shifted to a body hold, but
Caddock overturned his opponent nnd
lhe latter escaped defeat only by some
Tnar hrMinir. f!a.ddock' manoeuvred
ievcrly and affixed his head scissors,
but tho Frenchman broke It in less than
t, n.innii. Vnr thn third tlm within ten
.Minutes Caddock losfa.dangerpus lock
because of getting under Hie. ropes. The
American had Chevalier close- ter a fall
with an arm lock. ,
Caddock M lrls With Head Scissors.
Chevalier tl&d visibly ' and Caddock
had his man cU&e to a fall several times,
but the Frenchman "was a. slippery cus
tomer and broke away, from the danger
ous positions tlmo and agalrt After 58
minutes and 11 seconds Caddock got his
head scissors, on Chevalier and with 'a
wrist lock forced the Frenchman' shoul
ders to the mat!
Demetrius Tofalos: Introduced as the
"Greek Adonis," but, who ,haa .a figure
like a fat man In a .circus sideshow,
triumphed In tho opening bout over
.Mex Yarblson, a tall, hairless person
from Philadelphia. Tofalos won with
a body hold, which ho shifted to on
crm lock. In 11 :05. Tofalos received a
floral ofTertng ftonY'lila admirers and
Ivan Llnow, the ferocious Russian
Cossack, and Raymon Caza'ud, .a com
bative Frenchman, met In a combina
tion bare fist, rough and tumble catch
as catch can bout. They slugged, stran
gled and .maltreated each other In bar
barous fashion. On one occasion tho
referee was compelled to request the
combatants to "stop biting." The tlmo
limit on their bout was 9 o'clock, and
es there had been no fan ths contest
ended In a draw. Cazaud showed himself
to bo the better fighter, while Llnow,
who onco boxed Jets Wlllard, was the
NEW ORLEANS ENTREES.
First Race Two-year-olda; purse. Wi'.
tlirte and a baif furlongs; Supertl 113: John
rW. lULMachtoe Ounner. HI; Win or
Quit, iij; Trompeur. 113: Charter Boy, in;
Dmsr K.. Ill; Ilurlbus, 111; Tommle C.. 113.
Second Rocc Piaw. ftOO; clalmlnr; three
JS!T;8'i,: ,ix 'urlonrs: Powder Flask. S:
g ' Curry. .US: Maize. W; I Am First. 103;
ir.,d.d& Kncrinlte. 103: Boher Na Brecna,
I. tola Gaffney. 103: Beneda, 103; Rapid
?. IS'' .?ounding- Through. 103; Barley
Aur'!?U ekamore. 1M; Richard V., 10S.
Also ellglblo- Janice Logan, 103: Emma J..
t8; Pokey Jane. 103; Waldo Jr.. 103.
vZ5lr3. Raej-Purse. 500j clalmlnr: four-Jw-olds
and np: five and a half furlongs;.
Vllrcy Shapiro. 100; Onleo. lol; ipMI Con!
mHS,M! 'EtUhe. 105; Arch Plotter. 105:
American Eagle. 107; Arfchle Wexander. 110;
?,Ynm,y ?y..H0: I'ortllght. no; 'OoM Vale,
J I C ITAM. tlm II. . . . I ....
a SkV55 ?nlltneJ' H: Tinr-a-llng, 118. j
: ,!;ourth Race Fonr-yearolds and tip; on!
I , nii'e: purse to: allowance; Wllll-ls. 153:,
vti, "ttLc'J?b- m' rande, 195: Queen
jlodgj, im; nannon.-10: Trusty, ife: Dun
fee ot Lancaster, 103; Simla, 1)0; Soldat da
"Jiin, U3. Also eligible: tjla. 100.
Fifth Race Purse ST00; Avondals Handicap:
tnrec-yearolda and upward; Are and kadi
lurlmt,: Ultra Gold. 104; I Win. tfjt
IIJi. Ill; Arnold. 124.
rhrth Race-Parse 1000; datalari tSraavmr
cHs and npward:: mil and -aerraty Tarda:
Ji'.Ti "5 Wen Dawn, K;fnsaf,
1M; raddy Dear. 110: 'Saints 1 Brfte, U0:
lonnterbalance. :U; .N'cppitan. 112. '
Seventh Race purse, 1600; claiming: tliree.
jear-olds an.1 np; mile tad a sixteenth:
JMn K., 102; Rookeiy, 101; Sophia. Oals
nod WJ: 'Prince rvmslas. im Stntlntaiul.
?: Racconleuse. 107: Jusniu rn.. 107:
"i'un. duu wi,u 411; sisoici viuasiuifif 111;
?AfreiiUc aaowaau dtlsucat
VICTOR IN HANDICAP
Macombcr Castoff Beats Derby
Candidates at Kcw Or
Bpteiol io Ths Sr.v and Niw Yoik Hrald.
New Oslsans, March !. King's
Chrmplon, running In Improved form
and tuperbly handled by Thurber, scored
a spectacular victory in tho Delta Han
dicap, tho feature c! the programmo at
Jefferson Park to-day.
The race was regarded as a Derby
preliminary, all tho contestants being
entered In the 15,000 Jefferson fixture,
which, will bo decided on March 17. Al
though Klng'B Champion proved himself
a good route traveller, he failed to chow
sufficient clara to warrant a comparison
with Damask, the IL P. tVhltncy colt,
which Is favorite for the Derby,
King's Champion was lucky to win
the Delta, for Simpleton, which was
weakly handled, convinced many that
ho was best Simpleton was shuffled
about In tho early running itnd Injudi
ciously .placed throughout the running,
Breadmnn finished11 third.
The three placed .horsey were. away
elowly, but rounding the first turn Lyfct
sent Breadman after the leaders and
he moyed Into contention on the out
side with Simpleton, ridden by Richard,
following. Thurber. on King's Cham
pion, rated his mount along with the
trailers until Alllvnn and St. Germain,
the early pacemakers, showed signs of
distress. Then ho called on the Mc-
Planus colt and he responded handsome
ly by moving up on even Terms with
Simpleton, which had taken the lead at
'the. turn for liomo.
Throughout the' final eighth th'e pair
staged a gallant duel. Thurbcr's su
perior horsemanship became, evident, for
his .mount took the honors in the 'final
BLUMENT1IAL BEATS 31AXWELL
STANDING OF THE PLACERS.
P. G. OwJes
It. Frisch ,
C. Maxwell ,
O E. Von Arsdale..
J. M. Prluakow
William Blumenthal last night de
feated Christopher Maxwell SO to 3S In
the Amateur Ullllard Players Associa
tion's metropolitan three cushion cham
pionship tournament In Thum's Acad
emy.' Blumenthal won by SO to S3 In
13 i Innings. The contest lasted close to
two hours and thirty minutes.
LATIQE FIELD IN "OLD OLOItT"
Max Bohland of tho Paullst A.a. Nick
Giannakopuloe. tho former Mlllrose A.A.
athlete ; Peter Trlvoulldes of the Mlllrose
A.A. and William Prim of the Finnish
American A.C., are some of the star dis
tance runners who will start In the
Twenty-second regiment's six mile han
dicap "Old Glory" road race next Sun
First Raco Pnras 1100: hri.vr.nlAi.
five and halt furlongs: Babylonian, lot
(Cartnody), evtn, 2 to S and 1 to S. Drat:
lie's a Bear. 10 (E. Fator), 3 to 1. 6 to 5
and 3 to i. second; Druallla, 107 (Atkin
son), 7 to 2, 7 to S and 7 to 10, third.
Tlmo. 1:03. Major Flak, Cuba, Ford and
Stevs also ran.
Second Race Purse 1800: thrse'.year
olds and upward; six furlongs: Gilder, 111
iGargan), s to 1, 3 to I and S to S. nrat;
Uatrack, 97 (Lux). 12 to 1, C to 1 and i (e
2, second; Burllngame. 10 (Barnes), 6 to
1. 2 to 1 and oven, third. Tlmo, lit Di
rector James, Daisy I,., The Oleamer,
Jlameau, Llthollck, nor. Ralph &, Frank
Ksogh and Tranby also ran.
Third Raco Purse 1100; three-year-olds
and upward; alt furlongs: Harloclc. 10
(Atkinson), I to I. 3 to 1 and S to S. first;
Dslanccy, 111 (Plckenart 3 to 1. to S and
3 to 5, aeeond: Kilkenny, 109 (E. Fator).
J h v"""1 to s thlra- Tims.
1:13. Zols, Parable, Beverly James. Leoma.
Assign. Arthur Mlddlston and Tarascon
Fourth llaee .Part IS00; three-year-olda
and upward; six furlongs: Trophy, 112
(Mountain), 5 to 2. even and 1 to J. drat;
Dlmttrt, 112 (Carmody), 3 to 2. even' and 1
to 2. second; Presumption, lot (Bamts),
J to 1, 2 to 1 and even, third. Time,
ljl3 1-J. WhJppoorwlll, Pierrot. Bttterton.
whits Crown, 1'omerens and Llttla Nephew
Fifth Race Purse 1600; four-ysar-oldi
and upward; flva and a half furlongs:
Surplice, 109 (A. Collins), 4 to 1, t to (
and 4 to S, first: Peasant. 109 (Carmody).
7 to 2, to ( and 3 to 5. second: Top 0'
tlx Morning-. 103 (Chlavetla), 3 to S. J to
5 and 1 to 1, third Time. 1:( .g. W.
Ward, Marlon Ilolllns and No Lawn also
Sixth ttsce Purs ISOOs four-year-olds
and upward: on mil: El Corn nil, 10s
H. Garner), to 1, S .to 2 and I to I,
first; Royalty. Ill (A. Collins). I to 1. !
to 1' and evsn, second; Wild Thyme, itl
(Carmody), 2 to 1, (van and I to 2, third.
Time. 1:41. Ths Snib. Homan, Zinnia,
Oleic William Hud bSu aad B&riwch
Vanquished in Wrestling Bouts
SUN AND HERALD RACING CHART
NEW ORLEANS, Mnrcb. 2. "Wrnther clenri track fast.
FIRST 1UCE ror two-jf.ir-oldi. I'onr furionsi. Purie tOOO. Off ::17. Time 4J -3. Start
winner, b. c. Grintc
Plr (5 rand
Voorln 1H 4
Rabr Orand. well fcandleJ ind dfkr of.lnlorferfnce. dlirosed of Itm Vslet in tint quar
ter and drew out in ttrttcD. Ben V'slct nhowtd too.1. eaxljr pel, hut tlrl In ilwtco.
MarJielMlnc ilitd no mlnhapi. Ke Opeorr M forced' back in first tm utridca and, ttfta
wld tbrreafter. clotvd good rap. Huddle Kran wm knocked bact at the Blart.
Owners 1, J. H. Loticnlm; 2, O. T. Morrli; S, IV. Newman; 4, Nocrenie Stable; S, J. J.
Kean: t, Riley & ReMajer.
SECOND RACE For maldfn thrce-yfir-otd and upward. Fire and a half iur!nai-j. Furte
J6M. Off ::4Z. Tlm. l:M 1-S. Start bad. Won easily. Winner, br. c, i, by Javelin
Tnrnenhnv. flltivr. V. It HftWE. Tralnpr. J. (I. Waffnon.
War Club 11
Satana .., :.114 2
Repeater'.......,.; 114 7
Bob Baker lis S
Durtlla ..i 110 S
Gloom IK s
Mark Wert... 110 1
Bronner Ill 10
Cray Gables Ul'i It
Tlplord 115 13
Bon Matter 110
Gotham 115 12
Blue Star 110 11
.War Clubiran If hft. rtxi iwar dooMt
with a rush. Satana showed good speed, but
Baker went well. Mark West closed an Immense gap. Glooai tired In stretch.
Sratcbed-riTin Frog. Wlte Haten. Vim. Jobn J. Casey.
Owners-1, TV. if. Rowe; 2, O. E. Webb: 3. Florlaint Stable: . P. J. Puree!!; 5, F. W.
Holttrew; , O. Rogera; ", Sunny land Stable; S, lira. L. M. Holmes; 9.-T. 31, Cross; 10,
W. McLaughlin: 11. J. C. Eaton; 12, Mrs. L. Gllmorc; 12. G. Feterson: II, G. n4 Digs.
THIRD RACE ror ilTe-jear-olds and upward. Six furlongs. Purse 1000. Off 3:12. Tlmo,
1:154-5. Start rood. Won drirlnr. Winner, b. h., 7, by Joe Carey Sain Shot.
Owners; HALL DEBOLT. Trainer. W. H. Debolt.
Uorsw. Wt l'P." SI, V K
2' 1H M
v w u
Bond i HZ
Alt Veiina.,.,, 112
Df. Levy ,
Dr. Shafer .....
Tom Caro. ......
I Buckshot took rood lead at once from fast
st&rea iiona. uitier oeran siowiy ooa more
no mishaps. Miss Kruter went well. Dr. Lory closed good gap. Nobleman aboned gool
Scratched Pas de Chance. Mallowmot, Dr. zab. Maramus.
Owners t. Han c Debolt: 2. J. Bishop; 3. T H. Greenbaum; 4, Mrs. D. TIawklna; S.
C E. Lsnshaw; 6. 3. G. Baker; 7. J. Arthur; s, T. P. Letelller; K. Marlman: 10, P. J.
Milts; 11. J. Lowe; IX J, M. Booker; 13, II. B. HolmeJ II. C W. Gosser.
FOURTH RACE- Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming. Five furlongs. Purse 1600.
Off. i;n. Ulme, I SI. Start good, won
Marrln May .,,
Jean Bullant ...
, it 3
Marrln Mar showed rood aneed and secured additional advantage by cutting across
others soon after start, held on well In etretch. Trusty Came with a rush, but hung
a trifle near end. Marmlte went well. Jean Bullint tired. Talisman was forced back
sharply In first sixteenth.
Scratched Big Idea.
Owners 1, KnebelfcamfT & Howcrton; 2. T. A. Brelt: 3, J. B. Sklnker; 4. Sunnyland
Stable: S. A. L. Hirer: S. J. L. Solomon: 7. W. H. Itowe: I. Klrkflcld Stable: 9. C. N.
fTreeman: 10. B. Winianis; 11, E. B. Bradley.
FIFTH race ror inrte-rear-eioa. une mus ana seventy yards, inirse .uu. un mu.
Time. 1:44 1-S. Start good. Won driving. Winner, b. c, by uncle Continental.
Owner. J. MeMANUS. Trainer. W. M. Ryan.
Horse. Wt. PP. St. l '4 i
King's Champion, 104
Kinr'a Chamnion. showing! sudden Improvement, moved unfxst In stretch and scored a
lucky win. Etmnleton. much the best, was taken all over the track and only succumbed
In last stride. Bread Man went well. St. Germain quit. Alllran rhowtd good form.
OwnersL J. McManus: 2, O. Rogers : 8. Mrs. O. B. potts; 4, Wlnoa's Point Stable;
S. Wayne Stable: S. F. C. Bain: 7. B. Biwere.
SIXTH RACE For four-year-olds and upward. One mile and a furlong, purse 1600.
Off, 43. Time. 1:53 4-3. Start rood. Won easily. Winner, ch. r.. 7, by Aeronaut
Sunrise, owners, MASTxuisuxt huukkk. 'irainer. h. u. KOfers.
S 4 3
: s 7
4 5 I
Sun Gad went in his best form and came away In-stretch. Jiffy also went In good
form and closed big rap. Franklin tired last quarter.. Merchant' ra out at first turn
and was much used in early starts. Bar One had so mishaps.
8 cratch ed-J. O. Stone. . . , ., .
OTrners-l. Masterson te Rogers: J. P. Xeydecker: 3. J. O. Btnrgis: 4, J. MePhersoa;
S, L. A. Broaddut; . J. O. Ferris: 7. P. Dunne: S, It. 8. Koppln. .,
SEVENTH RACE For four-year-olds and urrward. One. mile ami sixteenth. Purse 1600.
Off 4:51. Time. 1:41 1-S. Start good. Won dxirlng. Winner, b. f., 4, by Macdonald
II. Gennr. owner and trainer, v. huxxu.n.
Horse. Wt. PP. BL H H K
Coureelles 10SH t,
Thursday Mgnier iiz 1
Bengali 107 1
Durward Roberts. 112 7
Redstart .......... 107 3
Sky Pilot 112 S
Ornery 1v2. I
is ;i zi 2
4 4 5
C ' 4
9 9 9
j a 1
i i i
Ben, Hampton Hi 4
Utile Cottajw 107 1
7 7 S
Conrrrlles. ahowinr sudden Imnroretnent.
Thursdsy Mghter showed rood speed and bel on f slrly well. Bengali had 'no mishaps.
Redstart went well. Dnrward Robert tired near end. . . - . . .
fitratched -Verily. SsSiws1 Btajwut, WUMa The G&llsBi, Fiul Connelly, Tsalae, Geld
OtWt BO, StitMt, SJillWaj 1
- Dabe. Onmer. J. H LOUClIHIil. Trilner,
Fin. Jockfr. Open. High. Clou. Tlace. M.
V nodrieure. 7(3- 4-1 7-3 1-5
'i i in. jocKcy. upen. juzo.won. I'lace. m.
t aiii...... 0-j
and wk taken wide In stretch, but finished
tired. Kepeater tired In last eigbtb. Bob
H m. Jockey. Open. Hlrb. Cloe. Place. 3d.
bertnninr and. holding on gamely,
uo eieaaiir: nmanea wen. aii vczins aaa
drlTlng. Winner, ch. c, 3, By Mcoee-
HOWKRTON rralner, J. 8. Ownbey.
14 Fin. Jock
Open. High.Close. Place. 3d.
14 ! Helnlsch..
1 Fin. Jockey. Open. High.Close. Place. 3d.
7-z 7-1 s-i r-i i-i
B-t 6-t S-l 2-1 4-5
41 B-1 - S 45
S-l 7-2 1S-5 C-5 12
S-l 7-t 7-1 5-2 S-5
M Shi ai-l M M
15-1 20-1 2M J.l 41
6-1 M S-l 2-1 1-1
Jockey. Open. Blch.dote. Place. 3d.
Williams.. 2 ! 7-t 31 7-S
Rodrimez. 5-1 ! S-l 6-2 S-5
3!4 Wright.... J-l 4-t 1S-S Cl 2-3
4 Lyke S-l 1H S-l 3-t 85
S , Kennedy.. 10-1, 13-1 S-l 3-1 -S
Wldt 7-1' 10.1 10-1 4-1 21
7 Hldenour. 3-M s-l s-l 3-r t-i
Burlt..... l';l 13-1 1S-1 S-l 21
9 Zoeller..... T-1 . 7-1 .1-1 5-2 S J
wore down. Thursday Nizhter (n last .strides.
To Kohl Title, Chnmpion Will
Ifavo to Win From Chlca
gonn In Final.
STANDING OF THE rtAYEnd.
If.lt. H. A.
D, MrAndlrei, Jr, ii
P. Collins i
H( V, Appleby,., 3
P. 8. Appb'by,.,. 1
11. Jf.. Lord 1
lit :j i'W '
J, Trump. 1
J, JiU'C. 1
Boston, Mass., March S.Davld Stc
Andlws, Jr., of ChlcaRo, the defendlPK
champion, defeated' Ilobert Jf, Ird, an
other Chlcaso rcprcsontatlve, 300 to 2T6,
hero' to-nlBht In tho Uoston Athletlo As
sociation In tho national umateur claw
A 1S.2 balklfiin billiard championship
tournament. McAndleya's victory places
lilm In the final match, which will be
contested Friday nisht botwoen tho
chumplon and I'ercy Collins, another
contojtant from Chlcaco. McAndlcss
dlniwced of Lord In thlrty-throo lnplnss
Tho tltlcholder led from tho start nd
hud ii comforlablo advantaso over hlo
opponent nt nil mages.
In tho afternoon came Collins Aci
footed ltancli S. Appleby of tho Ama
teur Ullllard Club of New York SCO to
211, In forty-ono Inning?. The scores:
Colilni-2 11 5 i 0 0 0 O (1 1 21 7 83 84 0 0 1
1 0 2 IS 3.'t 2 2 1 4 4 30 1.1 0 5 8 T 0 0 0 4 2 4 4
in. Total, 00. Aiersge. 7 12-11. llijh .
' Aptby-0 15 12 1 3 3 10 10 2 31 10 8 11) 3
0 1 0 0 .1 0 0 1 0 2 O 0 1 15 1 1 3 0 200 WS
2 1 0. Total, 211. AKMgt, U 0-41. Hlsh tuns,
20, 21, 10.
D. McAndless S. 29, H, S. 79, 3, 1, 1.
1, 0. 0. L 0, 1, 3, 83, 3, 0, 1, 0, 2, 9,
i, S. 11. 1. 0. 0. S. 23, '0. 0, 11. To
tal. 200; arcrsge, 9 Ml; high runs, 79, 59, J.
It. M. Lord-2. 2, 19. . 10. 44, 0, S,
3. 1, 19, 6. 13. 0, 3, 29. 8. .;
S. 4. 0. 0, 3, 13. 1. 11. 0, 0, 2. . 1.
Total. 216; average, 32-33; high runs, 19, 44, 21,
Win Way to Scml-l'lnnl on Flor-
ffifrisl fo Tub SOS asn New Ionic Heqalp,
I'alm Heach, March 2. To-day'u play
in the tennln tourney for tho Florid
championship advunccd mn'H singles to
tho eeml-flnals In the upper bracket ot
which the Japaneso players Iehlya
Kumaeae and Sclthlra KitshlO Will meet
frrtui Bound, lien's Slofles-tchlys Ku-
.. ,. .f.fAt.tH .lnhn ltenneAM-V. In
llaiupolle, 6-4. B-l; Capl. A. Oorc, Washing.
7 0. (-4. C. A. Major. New lorli, defeated
V. 1. Dc Bham. New York. 8-0, O-t; Selct ilro
Kashto, Japan. UefCJtcd Sluney Thsyer, l'tilla
delphla, U-l, 6-1: ft. L. James. Saratoga, it
fated i)r. W. M. JlcUbnen, lV)stoa. 0-2, 6-2:
Craig lllddle, l'hlladulplils, defeated M. (.old
man MUml. 3- S. B-2: It. It. Coffin. Phi a
delphls, defested Charles Coulter . New pMf.
0-4, 0-2: II. U Bscts, New YorV. defeated
D. II. McUuhy, New York. 0-0. 0-1.
Third Bound-lrhlra Ktunagso defeated Capt.
Gore. 6-1. O-l; Selchlro Ivashlo defeated a
.; itajor, 8-0. 4-, 0-1: Crate Biddle de
feated It. L. James. O-O. O-O; It. L. Lsg-s
defeated It. It. Coffin. 0-8, 0-2. 8-0. ,
COLUMBIA SCORES ON COURT.
Hed and BIno Defeat, Dartmouth,
"IS to ZS, In Rough Game.
Columbia University's baslte'tball team
defeated tho Dartmouth College aut'itet
last night on the Mornlnj;slde Heights
colleBlans" court by 2S to 23. The Red
nd Illue outplayed the . visiting team
from tho 6tart und should liavc tri
umphed by a much larscr margin. The
score at the close of the first hr.!f was
15 to 13 In favor of Columbia.
Thrco of tho Green players were or
dered out of the contost by tho referee
In the second half. Yulll, Samplo and
Al:ey were replaced durine this period
because of personal foul3. Tho lineup:
Colombia (29). Dartmonth (25).
Johnson Left forward. luill
Farrell KlxM forward Akey
Watson Centre Sample
Stutz Lett euard Browne
Welntein Bight guard McDerrnott
Field goals Columbia Johnson. 7; Slutt.
Welnstein, 2. Dartmouth-Yulll. Akej-. 3:
Sample, Browne. 3: McDermotl. Goals from
foul-Fsrrell. S; Browne, 10. Substitutes
Dartmouth-Chamberlain for Sample; Tracy
for Akoy: Scliultlrw for Yulll. Referee J.
M. O'Sbea. West Point. Umpire-Ed Thorn.
Do La Sallo Institute. Tune of halves-io
First Ilace Four furlongs: two-year-olds;
purse SCUO: Berths Mlnlx. 100: Firefly II. ,
109; Disturbance, 109; Ascoutney, 111;. Fic
tion, 112; Dorothy, 112. ......
Second Race Five and a half furlongs;
three-year-olds and upward: claiming; puree
5600: May Craig, 97; Miss K., 97; Claude
Walker 99; 'Doc Kloethe, 105; Ben Butler,
103: 'Se'a Beach. 10J: Front Royal, 108; Brer
Fox. 110; Passion, 111; Graemere, 113; Sayeth,
113; Native Soil, 11J.
Third Race-Five and a halt furlongs;
three-year-elds and upward; claiming; pUrse
8600: "Weymouth Girl. 103; Lackrose, 103 1
Farnum. 10S; Prince Bonero. 106; Sir Oil.
ver. 1M: Fortunes Favor, 103: Tbeodore Fair.
103: Stiletto, 108; Prince Easy, 110; Huelnut;
111: Sophie K., Ill: Suretet. U3.
Fourth Race-Ocean Ways Handicap: stx
futlonss; three-xear-olds and upward: purso
S8M: ICIesrlng Up, 97; Col. Taylor, Hi; Belle
tSeirSi UP. 87; tCot TsylorllU: Belle of
of Eliiabethtown. 103: Different Eyes, 101;
Basil. 107: Sirocco, ill: Ima Frank. 119;
Flflh Roc One mile and fifty yards; four-year-olds
and upwsrd; cislming; purse 8500:
Grace, 103; Chsruonette II.. 102; 'Sunning
dale. 105: 'Dione, 103: 'Roy Ennls, 108; Bala
dln, 10: 'Siolld Rock, 109! The Talker, 119;
Msnokln. 113; Legacy. 1U.
Sixth Bsco One mile and a sixteenth;
four-nar-o'.ds and upward: claiming: purse
IT00: Gslsway. 101: 'Ned Mlleybrlght, 101;
Dslnly Ily. 102: 'Skeerface 105;. Fairy 104;
Foster Embry, 103; Great Gull, 104.
Apprentice allowance claimed.
EAST 2ITH ST., LEXINGTON AND 3D AVS.
Both Fresh and Seasoned
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
THURSDAY, MARCH 4TH.
BEGINNING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M.
with ths usual varied list of complete' busi
ness outnts, wagons, harness, etc
ABOUT 12 O'CLOCK.
CARLOAD OF ILLINOIS
This is a mixed load weiftMng
from 1,100 to 1,600. This load was
t.Ai,v1it: Timrth the monfv. nnrl am
to bo sold for what they bring re
gardless oi tnr-T ; r-r i nis is
, nminrl!' ;' - P . '-nrlc
horses at u icajoiijl; laltu, they
will be. warranted ."wind and work."
All warraniea norsra aoia saoject to
trUI up- to noen 8atarday,
Moneyjiaek then it animal prorea other
than aa Tpretited.
1UXK BifiC MTK.8ZBBSC
SERVATIU3 WLNSWITH CUE,
S-antthtrlttW Atiq .fly qrea l'n'
Three Cutblon Tourney.
O, lUrftoar .n, s
U A, UciTdlDs; 4
It. T, Nsughrllbl .. 3
II. Lmlne.... 1
A. Wictirs ,,,,,, u '.' .W
If. T. flase....... 1 4 .204
II, U Turk,,,,,, I f -'M
U U, BneS..... . V 1 .WW
Louts A. Servatlus nnd IHymoni
NwightrUht wcro tho wlnnerif yesterday
In Iho Metropolitan tlireo cushion ama
teur billiard championship tournament
which In In prowess In Urondway Ull
llard Academy under the auspices of tho
National Association ot Amateur Billiard
Naushtrlclit defeated H. J. Hose. 80
to 33. In thij afternoon game, while
Servatlua triumphed over Arthur Wlek
era, 30 to 55. In tha nlirht trtme. Nauebt.
right eliminated his opponent In fifty
nlna Innlnga and Gervatlua dltpoerd of
his rival in seventy frames. Both camoo
'Were keenly contested and interesting
An old fashioned Winter
must soon give way to new
fashions f6r Spring!
Ready whenever you are !
Spring suits,, overcoats,
hats, shoes, fixings.
Ram or shine "Scotch
Mists" are fine !
Overcoats of rich mix
ture cheviots, rainproofed-
Rogers Peet Company
at 3th St. "Four at 34th St
Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave.
at Warren at 41st St
Latest type: Weitlwthcrtiso shock ab
sorbers; velour upholstery; overhauled;
ROSKAM - SCOTT CO.,
- Broadway at 63d
KAHV WAY TO SELL VOUR CAB.
Van Tasked A Kearney' Kalra Kins
tablisbed 18S7), 156.1:8 East 13th St., has
Ions; been esteemed it rlratlnc honse for
the sale and purchase ot second band au
tomobiles, passenger and commercial, by
auction. Least troublesome and quickest
medium far both sellers and buyers. Men
prospective buyers than cars as at rule, so
list your now. Auction of antes eTcry
Tuesday and l'riduy at noon. Telephone
I stent type, repainted; new
Broadwijr at 63d.
TBUCUS TIIUCKH TIIVCU8.
March Sale Now On.
If You Want tt Track Visit Us.
Rebuilt and overhauled 1U to IU tan
PACKAP.D3, PIEnCE-ARBOWS & WHITE
TIIUCK?. J313-HU; KlAt GUARANTEED.
OVER S00 TO CHOOSE- FROM.
TRANSIT STORAGE WAREHOUSE.
18-188 VandertUt A., Brooklyn.
Telephone 558S rrospect.
ATTENTION WB 8TORE AUTOS, $!
MONTHLY: FIRST CLASS REPAIR
WORK: EXPERT SIECITANICS. DUQAN,
:S3 WKaT IQTH 8T. Hit Y AWT BSM.
ATTRACTIVE limoualns for rent hourly,
dally, weekly, monthly; moderate rates.
OADHJa 1818 town hronsbam. with eitra
tourlnz body. OEOPU3E COPDT, Plaia-
CAUILLAO til Imperial Unoustoe, speeUj
leather nsholsttry; car In very eicellest
condition; Immedlatt dellrery. Write or wire,
F. K. McFADDE.N, 24 Oarflsld ar., Detroit.
FOR sale UH Btudebaker, sedan body;
run only 4.009 miles. Call at GREEN
WICH VILLAGE GARAGE. SIS Thomp
Limousine Brcugham-Tovm Car
latest type: exceptional opportunity.
ROSKAM - SCOTT CO.,
-907Columbus. Brotdway at
NATIONAL TOUKINO CAR.
even pasasnfsr, ISIS model, repainted;
utad very little: new top; see this car ba
fore buylnr new one; owner will sacrifice
for best cash Oder. 10 J West SSth at. (ca
rats) . Telephone Watfclns 1101.
OVER LANDS AND WTLLTS-HNIOHTaV,
Sendltloned: all models. Ooen 'ersnlsts.
WILLTB-OTKBLAND. Inc.. B'way and toti st
PACKARD. 3-U sedan, special tlx passes-
T' J! w . -nA ft IS. 1 , a. . . .
U C T m. . v ......
ductioo: Immediate detlrerr may b bad.
Write er wire P. E. MeFADDE.V. 2 air
field sr., Detroit. Mien
ruOKARD 1911 Fleetwood town bronthim,
In beantlful condition. QEOBOE COPLEY,
f InM t
PAIOE 1111 LjKNDAULET; PERFECT
MECJ1ANICAL RUNNING ORDER;
RUNS TO MILES ON GALLON OF OAS;
INO CAR. CALL MR. DUOAN. BRYAJIT
RAN1EUI nietor truck. T2 In, loadlni space:
sllahtly used; will sell at ascrUce. EUTE
PASTRY. ST. TUU 3SU at. -
A TOM PACKARD DUMP
Btdsoa Slmnlex. Mercedes and Flat Chassis, ts
to bt sold at a "cririce.
rAcrnc motor cab exctianob co.
tsi wen smt. mwtm ui&
WANTED Small four seated Al car: most
be In rood mechanical condition and
rmtl valun. Address CASH. 11 J fian-Her-
aid. mnon at.
WANTED Immediately' for cash. Ford coupe.
rood condition, starter. If.. late model, ills
or 1K0; practically new preferred. A. U, box
194. Bun-Herald. Broolriyn.
Limousine Town Car
With rnir relour urjhotat
lerrj over- hi
tcally new; W
3 nauiea: iruarsnteea; praci
Df-iCVAM CTATT fTt
eroadway at 6Jd
NOBODY is 100 per cent, sure of. filling
out an. income tax blank correctly.
Even the experts differ on the In
terpretation of the law. .
Why is the procedure so complex? Will
xit be possible for Congress to simplify the
methods of collecting the tax?
The subject is uppermost with Federal
. taxpayers now; because the blanks must be
filled out before March 15.
Read about it in
An article in The New York Time's Next
Sunday' will attempt to unravel the shipping
tangle by a clear exposition of the controversy
now raging over the sale of the merchant
fleet formerly owned by Germany.
Another timely feature will be a state
ment of women's duty in politics, as. voiced
, . by Mrs. Arthur L. Livermore and Mrs. Charles
L. Tiffany. -' '
The New York Times publishes each
Sunday beautifully reproduced photographs v
of interesting events the world oyer, Ncxt;
Sunday pictures will include:
Thrilling events in the great gymkhana"
at Lake Placid.
Opening of the new Parliament Building
at Ottawa', which replaces the structure de-
stroyed by fire; the Duke of Devonshire,
Governor-General,, reading a speech from the
General John J. Pershing at Camp D.ix
in his inspection tour of the army camps.
Colossal statue of Lincoln, just completed
by'Daniel Chester French, for the new Lincoln
Memorial in Washington.
Albert I., Prince of Monaco, the smallest,
and through. Monte Carlo, the best advertised
state in Europe.
George Bernard Shaw directing a rehearsal
for theirevival of "Pygmalion" at the Aldwych
Threate in London.
Foremost leaders of Mexican political life
in single group; President Carranza with the
governors of the states assembled in Mexico
City to discuss the political situation.
King-George V. and Queen Mary in the
historic state coach returning to Buckingham
Palace after the King had opened the current'
session of Parliament.
The Rt. Hon. Arthur Jatnes Balfour ad
dressing the first session of the members of the
League of Nations in London, the meeting
taking place in St. James's Palace;
Sadi Lecointe, French aviator, immedi
ately after landing on the field at Villacoublay,
near Paris, after taking the world's, record
with a sustained speed of 190 miles an hour:
' Jackson Barnett, called the richest Indian
in the world, and his bride, Mrs. Emma Lowe
of Kansas City He gave $1,500,000 to philan
thropy, including a hospital exclusively foc
thosc of Indian blood.
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