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YANKEES FINALLY
BEAT THE DODGERS
Timely Hitfins' mid CJood
Pitching Give Them S
to t Victory.
ix' ei i rpun,' I.YWMr
SIIOJM'i IN OLD llJIh U-Jl i
. I lieu, vrtunii; niripc,
Displays Plenty of Speed untli,.
Good Control Itutli
Miikcs ii Hit.
nj WILLIAM II. H.VXXA.
TidT.'dnvi'ii t.v.. Kin.. Murcli 27. The
Yankees im.de more lilts, lo-dav than
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their two immediately preceding Biimrn
put together and stopped the fun the
DrooUlyns were having with tnem.
They bent the Dodgers. 3 to I. and
slapped out hits off both Mantuard and
Mamaux with somo Hjiproa.h to free
dom and frequency. Kven Ilabo Ruth
made a hit, which Know how far out
of their winter sleep the Yankees came.
The frame, was poorly fielded by the
American LeaRuers, with mostv of the
poorness centring at third base, which
station Hob Meuel guarded. Meusel,
Peck and Cleleh. with their mkplay.
made It a harder game for the Yankee?
to win, but tho splendid plti'hlnff of both
Ernest Shore aid Holier! Shawkey, with
men on Iwsos, prevented In- I'.'ooklynn
from mal.ing It hs sti ifclu and pro
vided the Yankees with tli-ir llrst vic
tory of the series.
That the Yankees would get going
with the bat was to be expected and the
, most gratifying development of the game
1 was the excellent pitching of Shore. He
had speed he hasn't had for two years,
good control, and he said after the
game his arm felt more like natural
than for many mniths. He appeared to
better advantage than at any time since
he dropped the ivitlonal game for war
service In the navy.
Shift In Infllcld.
Jluggins sprang an Infield combination
11 mtnerto tinmen, tuougn ne sain je.-ni -
Ii day he would play 1'iittt at second and
! TtTnv.l , ,t,l...t Inclclrl lln IiIiiVImI W.nnl
hitherto untried, though he said yester
Ward at third. Instead he plnyed arc!
nt second and Meusel at third. They
cay Meusel Is nn outfielder Tint must
be rleht. He was nn outfielder at third
' Y base this afternoon.
1 If The enterprise with which Duffy Lewis
If Jumped into his first full game was a
'' feature. He maile two hits and fielded
Ip as well ns he batted. He still has the
' " -knack of delivering hits when they are
. timely. In the first Inning Vlck singled
nnd wns Jolted home when I'ipp drove n
k'triree bagger to left centie. Marquard
Jj used change of pace on Ituth and struck
2 him out. Lewis ripped a grounder along
Uie third base line nnd scored Pipp.
f The Yankees bad sufficient runs, but
p dldnt know it. nnd the Rrooklyns were
M impressed with difficult!. They were
' dangerous nil the ny.
f Olson singled In the first Inning and
n. Meusel fumbled on Nels Shore In con
; sequence was confronted with a test at
tho outset. Johnston advanced the run
't ners when thrown out by Ward. Shore
made Wheat go after high ono and
threw lilm out, nnd he struck out Myew.
, In the second, third and fourth men
i were on bases, and every time Shove was
Invincible.
Mnrqnurcl Settle IJown.
'., Marquar.l settled and pitched well af
1 ter the first Inning. The Hrooklyns
bunched hits In the fifth Inning off
Shawkey and the Yankees In the seventh
j off Mamaux. In the fifth with nobody
"T" out Olson singled to centre and Xels
whanged one through Pipp to Olelch.
' Olson made third easily, but Olelch
could have thrown Xels out at second If
he hadn't pawed awkardly at the ball af
; ter one previous failure to pick It up.
l Shawkey set Johnston down on strikes.
' but Wheat's lick was too wicked for
1 .Meusel to handle and Olson scored. With
; Xels on third and Wheat on first the
(; Dodgers tried a squeeze of a feeble kind.
Xels didn't cut entirely loose from third
2 when Myers bunted, so didn't scoro
while Slviwkey wns throwing Myers out.
Koney ended it with a pop to Pipp.
m Sleusel got hold of one In the seventh
If Inning. When he gets hold they go.
3j He tripled to centre and Ward's single
sent him home. Mamaux wus wavering.
He passed Hannah, and Shawkey
3 scratched nn Infield single which John-
ston overran. Ward tried to score. It
looked as If ho beat Johnston's throw
to the plate, but Dlnneen called him out.
v with which verdict Ward disagreed con
M slderably.
Starting the last half of the ninth
t Meu3el made a low throw to first on
which Olson scampered to second. Xels,
J Johnston and Wheat were coming up,
F but Shawkey was pitching and three flics
spouted to .Xew York fielders.
K
J 1'enster In Ilniiiltiil.
f Wilson Kewster. the Yankee intlelder.
who was seriously hurt by being hit
In the head bj one of Jeff Pfeffer's
f1 pitches day before yesterday, was sent
i to Johns Hopkins Hospital this evening
!5 for treatment. He was In charge of
a pnyslclan and a nurse. Dr. Cary
? Ropers, a leading local physician, was
f callea In on the case this morning.
V He advised sending Kewster to the hos
f Tiltl In Haltlmore. He reco-.nmended
' the calling In of certain expert medical
men at Johns Hopkins and this will
be done. He said there was a slight
risk that the lesion In the head might
& become permanent and therefore ad-
vised the calling In 0f tt Unltlmore
specialists to guard against such out-
1 come
Fewater I3 still suff-ring from speech
imnalrn.pnt kmIi ,.r ti.n !(....
' w. i.Jjmj, UIIU
Dr. Rogers said It would ho a pity If.
K for lack of the het medical attention,
' such condition became permanent. If an
, operation to remove the lesion condition
is advisable it u I! br performed.
George Mogi-:cie underwent a minor
J, foot operation this morning and may bu
out for a week.
"; In the fourth Innlnq Pipp grounded to
jj. Koney ami .Marquard covered first base.
kItJClis..i close race bct-.vuen Marquard
jf Pipp, and as Hani; o'Oay called
S, fff safe many thfjiig'.u the latter beat
P. Iff ball. What leallv haniwnnt hns..
jj er r, was that the It.ibe missed the bar;
; i.iii nic .coi
and therefore made an
Oror.
The score .
XEW YORK (A.) BROOKLYN iN.)
fvick.rf. .
Ulelch rt
I'eck.ss..
4. Pipp.lb.
Ruth.cf.
' Lewis.lf
a,'r."?"v dlirlmae
Slid ') r'w,n.'l). .. mm in
2 " HXelrf r.ni i 1 n
' 1111 OUvit"".1'!?'10 -w!i " :l "
'. 0i oOMwrsef' '. itb 3 00
"I I 0.Krriel"hy.lb 10 1 k 10
t.Menel "Ii ,
MA.Ward.:!..
' llannah.i- .
" Shore.p. .
Si'swkey.D
Odoul. .
toi 5 mTaylor.c... :oo 3 10
A 1 ii:ulfr-'! -oi : ot
'"' " -'...aniuaril.p. 100 n It
if I 1 2 n'M rvniiv . 1 rtA a am
llJ!2l, w'l'Jl? !S S "A
23 5:7 13 5! '
Totals.
,-. i Totals . i s :7 i;s i rivals Iia.s turned In.
2 " '""Wore In the filth limine.
Batted for Muiiuar.l in th lotitth inn,,,; j f
j s"oUnk .... I 1! no I ? : J, J JJ-rjl ITE BASEBALL GAMES.
Runs bitted .r B. p A. WaM I V
hel'.,. r'ri r" bas"- s-cw yor!( fi. 00l!. I BIBMINHHAM. Ala.. March :7.-eihlbltlonl.
. !',?' .'. T. ''ts? hf- Iliinii T i-i- tjae 1 It. H. V.
Jp.!.a1 P,L .a"1 , "'" i-wts. by l'hllad-!phia Nationals ; 50 i
ti?I! -srltl.e hit llariidh. M.ers F.is: ' Blneinsham Southern .. 0 6 3
Mis&e on errors v...- vnrt . ... ,. ' i , ..... . . v. "
i i Stolen hn.". s ivi , ii '
. . . -. . ....... ...jiiii,,. ui.r ais
tl t.h..i...' . ... it ' or
lilfnS' Z! tT M?'u"'. 1 by Mllehsll. l.
lllte OH Mtrnuanl. & tn I in,,,.... ir.
iinhS. on Kho ii Tin ?inr?ln. otr iV
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M v-Dir. Time ol m-3 houri.
CORNELL ATHLETES
DOWN MICHIGAN
Score Over Western Track
men in Meet at Ithaca.
Ithaca, X. Y March 27. Cqnicll
rnlveisity defeated Mlchliriiii In u dunl
Indoor truck meet here to-night.
Cornell triumphed ly tlio closo score
or IC to 40.
j Yards Itlth Hurdles.. Watt, Cornell. rirt;
Ilnnlslcy, Michigan, second; Trtrasn, Cornu.1,
thlnl. Time, 1-6 seconds.
"n" Mlle nun-McDerwott. Cornell. nr,
Illcklnion. Cornell. second; Drown. CoAiell
thlnl. Time. 4 minutes 24 3-5 second!.
Hhotput Holier. Michigan, tint; Jcwctt, for.
nell, second; Stripe, Michigan, third,
ssj vara uaiiii Stanton, wrowi ni
Ahreau. Cornell, iecond: Strlekler, Cornell,
third, Time, 1 minute W 1-0 seconda.
70 Ynl I.ow l HurdlcsrJihnsoii. Michigan,
tlrst; Smith, Cornell, second; Beardsley, Mich
igan, third. Time, 7 4-5 seconds.
110 Yard Dunn-John, Cornell, flrt; But er,
Mlrhtfraii. hen.nd; Wetiel, Michigan, third.
Time, 62 1-5 seconds, ,
r. Ynni inh Ln-h. Mich nn. Mrt : Mlnar,
Cornell second: Cook. Michigan, third. Time,
7 Voirvnuil.--We5tl.rooU. Michigan, first:
fit I.... .,...1.1, .. Cm Mlrltl
Slaughter. Mlrhlran,' iteoond; Cross, Mlchf
ran, num. iiciant, u leci 3 mini-;.
One Miles Relay Bare. -Cornell (John, Da
vison. Mayer and Kilter), first; Michigan
1 Wheeler, Meeee. Weticl and llardoll), see
ond. Time, 3 Sit 1-5.
High Jump.-Johnson, Michigan, first; .lew
ett. Cornell, second; Slaughter. Michigan,
third. Height. 6 feet 4 inch. 1
CARPENTIER ACTS
.AS THE REFEREE
French Hoxcr Attends Bouts
at X. Y. A. C. for Metro
politan Titles.
The most attractive feature 01 the met
ropolitan boxing championships In the
Xew York A. C. gymnasium last night
was the nppcRrance of Oeorgca Carpen
tler, the French boxer. Accompanied bv
Manager Descamps, the French aspirant
for the world's title, wns a guest of the
club and sat through the bouts, which
lie Keened to enjoy Immensely.
For the purpose of showing a spirit of
camaraderie Carpentler refereed the
flnnt bout of the IK pound class. He
,ls introduced by justice itariow n.
Weeks with an appropriate speech, and
... .... I. I fn. .i.nrlil'o
that the French aspirant for world's
fighting 'title got a great ovation would
be putting It mildly. The crowd cheered
for fullv ten minutes.
The bout In which tho Frenchman
acted ns referee was by long odds the
best of the night. Frank C'assidy of the
Ozanam A. A., the national and metro
politan champion, disposed of Louis Aid
rili -of the Xorweglan Turn A. C. with a
series of hard jabs and counter swings.
The first final of the night was tho
10S pound class, in which A. J. De Vlto
of the Paullst A. C. the holder of tho
title, successfully defended It against
Tommy Moran of the St. Vincent A. C.
The straight Jabs and ring experience
stood De Vlto well all through tho three
rounds, and he won with a comfortable
margin. Moran let tly a wave of upper
cutR nnd swings, some of vhlch went
wild, vet they bothered the Paull..
boxer.
In the 145 pound class Sam Mosaberg
of the Pastime A. C. scored a come
back, as he has been Inactive since 1918,
vhen he won the 13T pound title. He
wan opposed by J. Florlo of the 1inl!st
A. C, a clever, popular boer, hut h's
rpeed and shifty tactics availed but lit
tle against Mossberg, who won with
points to spare.
The summaries :
135-Pound ClasK.-Semi-finaN 1-oui" Al
drln. Norwegian Turn A C . defeated vt .
Radebold. 1'nion Settlement At- three
rounds, referee's dect'-ion; i rank Cie'ldy.
02anam Association, defeated Penny Von
tean, St. Christopher's Club. to rounds;
referee disqualified Ponteau.
Final Round-Frank Cassidy. Ozanam A. A.,
dofeated Louis Aldnn. Norwegian Turn AC.
three rounds, judge's decision.
10? Pound Class Final round: A. J. De
Vito. Paullst A.C.. defeated T. Moran. St.
Vincent's A C. three rounds, judge s de
cision. .
145-Poun.l Class.-nnai round ani .so 1
benr. Puthno AC. defeated J. Florio. raul-l
ist A.C.. three rounds. Judges dension.
lTS-Pound Class Final round. J. J. Hayes,
St. Brendan's Lyceum, defeated John J
Tomeshek. Pauli't A.C . three rounds.
Judge's decision
151 Pound Class-Final Round -G S. Sdny
ser. People's Palate, defeated F. McDonald,
unattached, three rounds; referee's decision.
175 Pound Class-Final Sol Seen.an. Brook
lyn A. A . defeated .1. Hotmier, Clark House,
three rounds ; Judges' decision,
115 Pound Class Final Round.- A J. De
Vlto. Paullt A C . defeated W. Cohan. St
Christopher's Club, three rounds; Judges' de
cision.
INTERCITY MATCH
WON BY NEW YORK
Boston Team Outscored in
Badminton Meet.
Xew York triumphed over Boston In
in Intercity Uadminton tournament at
the Badminton Club of New York yes
terday by a score of 9 matches to 1.
The local team led In all threo con
tests In men's singles. In all three of the
women's singles, won the women's
doubles and mixed doubles by convinc
ing scores, but lost one match In men's
doubles. Toe result was a complete re
versal of last year's intercity matches,
In which the Boston team proved to be
the better by a comfortable margin. A
return Intercity match Is to be held In
Hoston next Kttiirday on the courts of
the filncs Club, and the Xew Voik
Club will send the entire team tha.t
scored so easily yesterday
In women's sh.Kles Mrs. Edward K.
Van WJnkle Mrs. George O. Wagner and
Mis. Kdlth Handy were the winners for
the Xew York Hub.
The summary:
Men's Singles-Res n. Wljliaui. New York,
defeated It. F. Klllhau. Boston. 1113, 1510,
1.V-H; Imls .;. .Morris, New York, defeated II.
F. Howes, llisf.m, l.-s-fl. 12-1.1, 130; J. W.
Arnold, Xew York, defeated H. M. Goodrich,
Boston, IT. -12. 5 0.
Men's Doubles It P. Klltl.au and II. F.
Humv. Botnn. defeated R. II. Wlirham and L.
O. Morris. Ne- York. 1312, fl 13. 15 It.
Women's Singles Mrs. K. K Van Winkle,
Neu Yirk. defeat.',! Miss U A. Brow nell. Bos
Ion. S 15, 137. l.'i 2; Mrs. George O. Wagner,
New York, defeated Miss A. J. Collins, Boston,
IS- 14, 13-.I; MUs Kdlth B. Ilnmlr, New Yrk,
ilerYated Mrs. E. It. Nlekerson. Boston. 114,
'Jl-fl (played forll points by nirreoiiientl. '
Wornen'i Do:ili!i-s Mrs. G. O. Wanner and
Miss F.dlit. Handy. New York defented JIlss
A. J. imMna and Miss I A. Ilmnnell, Huston,
13-.1. 13 -1.
.Mitel IVubes--Mr. G O. Wagner wid Rex
I'., Wlrhsni. .New York, defeated Miss A. .1
Cull'm and II. P. Ilnnes. Boston. l.V-S, 132,
Mr. and Mrs. P.. K. Van Winkle. New York, de
feated Miss L. A. Bronnell and R. P. Klllhau.
Bisl.m. IB-4. !!. 13-fl.
II IfiKX OX WIXXIXG
sinn.
I ""e."' l The Sis Nr.w York Hctaio.
! I'EHCRST, X. C. March 27. Walter
tliLgen ann Jim nianuisn oi ueirou lOOK
fin Kmmet French and Charlie Hoffner
on tht championship course nt I'lnehtirst
to-iia and won by 2 un. Hacen's
n...i Ae sj ta 70 i....
flWIdual score and was Incidentally tho
best round that any of the new ar-
. monic nm, iimiTi anu irajre'.er;
. .unrnkfin. iiniinnin
lllazner and Peters and
i.oocli
HOCSTO.N. Tti , Jlarcu
(xhibltlon).
n.irj;.
MM Aneriean,
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Z 2
8ciapp, BtlnJiart and cioaoai.
THE SUN
lMRS HURll RRGAINS
HER GOLF TITLE
Dofciits Mrs. .T. TL Price 5 and
4 in North and South
Final.
Sperlal to Tug Svs and Nsw Toiik IIsbild,
PiNEttunsT, X. C, March 37. Mm.
Dorothy Campbell Hurd defeated Mrs. J.
Ilaymond Prlco of Pittsburg In the final
of tho Women's Xorth and South golf
tournament at Plnehurst to-day, nnd ro
gained tho tltlo which sho lost to Mrs.
Itcnald H. Barlow last year. Mrs. Hurd
won the contest by the unexpectedly
broad margin of 5 up nnd 4 to play.
Mrs. W, A. Gavin had an oven easier
time of It In the consolation final, whero
sl o defeated Sirs. K. K. Harwood of Chi
cago by 7 and C.
Tiho cliamplonshlp match' promised
well at the beginning, but petered out
later on. Mrs. Hurd started the conteft
by driving Into a trap, but played a great
recovery shot A stymie finally cost her
tho hole, however. Tho former national
champion lost the second hole also.
Both players had fine drives for tho
third hole, and both were away over on
their second shots. Hut Mrs. Hurd took
a mnshlc tnd laid her return fehot dead
to the pin, while Mrs. Prlco Just got on.
The holo went to Mrs. Hurst, 4 to 5, and
her disadvantage waa reduced to 1 down.
At the next holo Mrs. Hurd's drive
sought nnd found a trap again, and this
time the ball stayed In. She used re
markably good judgment In getting out
and her third reached tho green nnd
left her with only an S font putt, which
she holed for a winning I. Mrs. Prlco
had driven Into the woods, still In the
rough on her third shot and took a 0,
putting the players on even terms.
From that time on Mrs. Hurd had
things practically all her own way. She
kept ncr ball on tho fair way and al
lowed her opponent a monopoly of the
traps and the rough. The by holes were
pkiyed out. Mrs. Hurd finishing In S5
and Mrs. Price In 04. The cards;
tin. Hunt -out.
Mrs. Price-out. .
Mrs. Hurd In...
Mrs. Price In...
(5441404 V-42
...33560664 4 16
.- 6 4 5 5 4 3 3 6-43-85
05665365 6 4S M
The new champion started the tourna
ment on Tuesday by winning tho quali
fying medal with a round of 39 45 84,
and led the field by a margin of four
strokes.
In the consolation final between Mrs.
Gavin and Mrs. E. E. Harwood the Xew
York golfer went out In 3D ami did not
allow her opponent to win a single hole
from start to finish. Mrs. Harwood
went out In ,44, which Is good golt on
the championship course, but found her
self 5 down at the turn. One chance
for n win was sjxilled by a stymie and
another was utterly ruined when Mrs.
Gavin played out of a trap to the eighth
green on her second shot and halved the
hole In 3. The final summary :
Championship Division Mrs. J V. Hurd,
Westmoreland, beat Mrs. J. It. Price, Ois
roont, 5 and 4.
Consolation Match-Mrs. W A. Gavin, South
Shore, beat Mrs. E. E, Harwood. Olympic
ricld, 7 and 5.
FORDHAM NINE IS
WELL ADVANCED
Will Meet Boston College
Team Here on Thursday.
Favored by weather that would be con
sidered Ideal even In a Southern training
ramp, the Fordham baseball squad en
Joyed some real workouts last week.
Practice games are now being held dally,
and as a result Aithur Devlin, the
Maroon coacIi, has obtained n good line
on his material before the opening of a
busy campaign.
In spite of the loss of Frank Frisch.
the sensational shortstop, nnd of "Ruck"
Sweetland, the stnr catcher, there Is
every reason to prophesy that the ptes
ent combination will be stronger thnn
the 1919 aggregation, which was rated
second to the Holy Cross nine for the
championship of the Eastern colleges. In-
0,entnlly, the local players wen
... . T .....
tho
only team to register a victory over the
Worcester collegians last season.
Although the Maioon sriund has had
no Indoor practice and has been outdoors
for less than two weeks the rdnvers are
rapidly rounding Into mldseason fcrm J
under an Intensive training programme.
Devlin made his first cut yesterday after
noon, anil the survivors now number
h.x pitchers, three catchers, eight Intleld
ers nnd six outfielders.
The outfield will undoubtedly be the
strongest department of the team this
year. Halloran, Keough and Buckley,
all of the 191'J team, will guard tho
outer works. In Hucklcy, the star cen
tre fielder, Fordham lins one of the best
college outfielders In the country. He
Is an exceptionally fast base runner and
a prolific extra base hitter. In addition,
he covers a wide range of territory in
the field and has n strong and accurate
throwing nrm. If Devlin follows his
present plans Buckley will occupy the
cleanup position In the batting order.
F. S. DANF0RTH IN FORM.
Xorth
Pork Golfer Makes n
Tin Whistle Piny.
ri In
Sprclal lo The Scn and Nrw YoaK Ht.tu, n.
Pinehurst, X. C March 27. Frank
S. Danforth of the North Fork Country
Club hnd things all his own way nt Plne
hurst to-day. He went over the cham
pionship course in 33 38, 71, by far the
best round he has ever played down l.ci-c,
and won the class A prize In the Tin
Whistle tournament against pnr. After
that he hooked up with George McLean,
tho Great Xeck professional, ami the
pair defeated Francis Oultnet and Fred
B. Elliott In a best ball match on the
same course. Danforth turned in a 76
this time, and he nnd his partner were
guilty of somo remarkably successful
team work. The prize winners :
Class A Frank S. Danforth, North Fork.
Class R A tie among George W. Mead of
Clen Rldce, Alva Bradley of Cleveland and H.
C. Fowncs of Oakmont.
Class C Robert Foote. Neve Haven.
Class Il-A tie among II. II. Rackham of De
troit, R. C. Blaneke of Montelalr and Law
rence Barr of Pittsburg.
nilCOHDS FALL AT DAIlTMOt'TII.
Hanovkr, X. II., March 27. One
Dartmouth Indoor truck record was
broken and nnotber tied this afternoon
m the second Interclass handicap track
meet of the season. Weld, present In
tercollegiate hammer throw champion,
set a new mark for the Gteen "gym"
with a throw of 4G feet 4 Inches.
Thomson, the star hurdler, equalled his
own record of 7 4-3 seconds for tho
sixty yard high hurdles. The Junior
clnss won the meet with on eight poln
margin over the seniors.
K. M. UVEIIS WINS EASILY.
Special to Tub Sum and New Tonic IIr.it u.n.
Aiken, S. C, March 27. In the South
ern Cross golf final to-day K. M. Byen.
forirerlr national champion, defeated
.1. H. Hakcivell 10 up and 9 to play. I
A. H. F. Post won the Aiken cup, tie-
feutlne- Georae H. Clarke .1 nnd 1 tn
reating t.eore it. Linrae, J ana J l"
play. The Crazy Creek cup was won
Dy J, r.. uiivis urr j. i . lappin, j
tin. and tlie Deaten eigni prize went
and the "beaten eight prize went
to Dr. k A. Thomson, who triumphed.
am. 1, UlCl u. u. ii;i-ipuii.
i'olo iiLirr.s nnPHAT wiiiths,
Special lo Tur Scn and New YonK IIehaUi.
Camden, S. C, March 27. The final
r the senior cups presented by the
for
Camden Hiding and Driving- Club was
drclded on the polo field here to-day, the
I wuitea py iu soaia to ,
AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'MARCH
EIGHT POWER BOAT
RECORDS ACCEPTED
Racing Commission of A. P.
B. A. Approves New Figures.
1
KJght new world's records for power-;
boats CHtuibllHhcd at tho recent motor
boat regiittu at Miami wero nnp.oyed
yesterday at a meeting of tho Racing 1
Commission of tho American Power!
Hoat Association. Threo of tho records I
are credited to the Hooslcr V.. a speed
cruiser, owned by II. R. Dtinkwnll of I
t.ii 1, ... .i... !.. I
iiiiiiuii.i iiu iji . lwi, ill .lima inndu. .1 I
runnlmut type, owned by I'. H, Johnston
of Cleveland ; two to the Ciar, Jr., prop
erty of Gar A. Wood, Jr., of Detroit,
and one to the We We. 11 runabout,
ownod by Webb Jay of Chicago.
The Hooslcr V. Is the boat that won
the long distance championship,
averaging moro than thirty miles an
hour for tho 16,0 mllo nice, from Miami
to Key West, despite 11 rough trip out
nt fen. The best previous record for a 1
The records follow:
(ae mile, niinbout. avtullon: J1U Nassau;
4l.;t miles per hour.
One mile, uimi cruiser, aviation: Oar, Jr.;
H'l.O miles per hour, , .,
One mile, speed cruiser, m.irlne; lloualtr ".i
M.'M miles er hour.
Two mlls, run-stout, aviation: Miss Nassau:
t4.'U miles per hour.
Two miles, runnbotit; marine; We Ve: tMI
tulles it hour.
Tm miles, spest cruiser, aviation; Gar, Jr.;
t34,4.t Lilies st lixtr.
LOXH UISTAXCB I'.VESTS FOR SPI'.KD
ciirisnts.
Miami to lllmlnl ami return, IIS miles, Huov
ler V., -S miles per hour.
.iiiiimi to iey nem. w im.vi, iioosicr .,
1:.;. . .'. B. Johnston, of
Cleveland; fiar. Jr.. (iar A. Wood. Jr.. of De-
iron: noosier i ., ... ... inickwnu or inuian
ujslls: We We, Webb Jat of Cxlniuo.
Average of ii ruus. tcireulnr ci.nrM'.
SQUASH CHAMPION WINS.
Klnselln Defeuts (inuley In Pro
fessional Handicap .Mutch.
Walter A. Klnsella, professional
squash tennis champion, gave coirvlnc
Ing proof nt the Yale Club yesterday
thut the title he won six years ago Is
at present safe from ntlnck. He met
William F. Ganley, the Hatvard Club
professional who had beaten nil other
local contenders this season, and defeate 1
him In a live game match In which tin
champion allowed his opponent seeu
aces per game. The score wns IS 15,
IS 13. S 15, 815 and 158 In the
champion's favor, or 67 to 30 on earned
! points.
A ; IIIU..II 1 .1.1 )il(Jl-. (.1 IIHIIllllll
speed all the way, both professionals
hitting with so much power that at times
it was difficult for those In tho galle.4
to follow the flight of the ball. Ganley
carried the title holder through some
spectacular rallies, making "gets'' thai
bordered on the sensational, but with
rare exceptions he was the first to
make an error. Klnselbt's form and
stroking were almost faultless. He kept
the ball travelling as low as possible
all through the match, but his eye for
distance In the heat of the swiftest
rnllles was so keen that the ball seldom
struck the telltale. His superior change
of pare gavo the champion n decided
advantage over his rival.
Ganley did his best work In the third
and fourth games after he had dropped
the first two. In those two i Ivlslons of
play he scored as many points as Kln
sella. The latter, however, proved his
mettle In the fifth game by counting
15 points to 1 lone count for Ills oppo
nent. LITTLE CHANGE IN RESOLUTE.
Iliillim- Wooden .11 n I urn nit Will
MlChteu Sloop.
Bristol. R 1 . March 27. Announce
ment was made to-night that X. G.
Herreshoff. designer of the sloop Reso
lute, which will contest with the Vanltle
for the right of defending tlie America's
Cup against Sir Thomas Upton's Sham
tock IV. this summer, had decided to
make no changes in the hull except for
some renovation of the underbody.
A new hollow wooden mainmast is
being built, for the purpose of lighten
ing the sloop somewhat and Bhortcntng
the waterllne.
It is expected that the Resolute will
bo put Into the wnter within three
weeks The Vanltle will be brought
here soon to receive a new net of sails
and winches from the Herreshoff shops.
MERI0N GOLFER TRIUMPHS.
ii. i,.
AVilloiiKhliy, Jr., Wins
Aiiuriistitic Final.
St.
St. AcofSTXNE. Fin.. March 27 In
the final of the winter chnmplonshlp of
Florida on the St. Augustine links to
day Hugh U Wllloughby, Jr.. of the
Merlon Cricket Club und former cham
pion of South Florida, defeated George
W. Morse of Rutland, Vt., 6 tip and 5
to play. In the morning it was purely
give and take, the round ending all even.
In the afternoon play Morse was decid
edly off his game, Wllloughby going out
in 38, to Morse's 42.
In the second sixteen Cyril C. Spades
of Chicago won from S. AV. Doubledoy
of Apawumis, 6 and 5.
II UP EATS HASH HIM Oltl).
Hartford, t'otin., March 27. Irving
Jos-cph, lti-year-old high school boy,
who recently set a mark ot 2 3-5 seconds
for ihe 20 yard dash, repeated his per
formance to-night In an Indoor track
meet between Hartford High School
and a team representing the high
schools cf Worcester, Mass,
WIWIl'EtJ FALCONS VICTORS.
TorontJi. Out.. March 27. The Win
nipeg "Falcons," amateur Ice hockey
champions of western Canada, defeated
the t'niveislty of Toronto, 8 to 3, In the
first of a series for the honor of repre
senting Canada at the Olympic games.
The second game will be played .Monday
night. The winning team will sail for
Antwerp April 3.
SEATTLE AVIXS AT HOCKEY.
Ottawa, Out., March 27. Seattle de
feated Ottawa. 3 to 1, In the third game
of tho world series ice hockey chnm
plonshlp here to-night. Ottawa won the
first two contests.
CI.EVEI.AXI LOSES.
Clf.vei.a.nd, Ohio, March 27. The
Winnipeg hockey team defeated the
Cleveland team here to-night by a store
of 5 to 2.
IlItlTISII FOOTBALL IlESll.TS.
London. -March 27. British football
frames to-day resulted as follows:
First Division-Arsenal 2, Middlesbrough 1;
Hilton Wanderers I. Oldham 0; Bradford City
2. Manchester I". 1: Derby C. O. Bradford 0;
r.verton'3, Sheffiild F. 0; Manchester C 2,
Liverpool 1; Notts C. 0, Newcastle V. 0; Sun
derland .1. Burnley 0; West Bromwleh A. 4.
reston N. E. 1. .
Second DIvlslon-IrTaekpool 2. Hull City 1:
Birmingham O, Bury 2; Coventry C. I. Barnsley
0; Fulhani 1, Nottingham F. 0; Grimsby T. 2.
I eei's C. 0: Ieleester Fiiw 4, Lincoln C. O:
Rolherhani C. I. Tottenham II. 1; Stoke 2.
Clapton O. 0; West Ham It. t. South Shields I).
Southern I.easue- Bristol It. 0. Myrthrr T. :
I Cardiff C. 0. Newport P. It; Under C 2 Ports,
month 0; Gllllngham 2. Crystal l'al.ire 4: I.uliui
,r , ,1, Knil''T. i; Plymouth V. 1. Watford 1:
Qu(,';.. rrk , s nYighton and 11. A.. I;
. Meaning l, itrenttorii o; Nouinamptnn ... -Mir-
' wn-n c. u: swinuin i. .. i.r.iwon u; .-nun
' wleh t 0: Swlmlin 'l. 1. Mltlwol
"'Vtl.t. l7agu."ber..een o. I.
eagui-"lvrilfen n, l.nnark l; .r-
I, St. Mlrren 2; L'ljdelsink tl. Hearts 1; Dnmlee
1, giierns I, I'slklrk 1, Ci-lli: 2: Ilsiuillim I
iMimtiartnn 3; llltiern'sns 1, Alnlrle 4; Psrtlcl,
2. rijnlf Itn'tli O. Miit.Vmell 1
Scores of Hie nemi-nnai rounu sanies
, for the Knsllnh cup were Aston Villa 3,
1 Chelsea 1 ; Huddersfleld 2. Uristol City 1.
The results In the seml-flnal round of
the Scottish cup were:
ItanKcrs 1, Albion. 1; Kilmarnock S,
II or ton z, ,
.llLt..,r.A . HtllAQ U 1.1.1
tho Counter owned by William II. . ' ' I",l-V, " V, iVKIT in 7 I hlZn
Hand, Jr., of Xew Hedford, Mass., In '" le-1 ut 1.h IJ time. '3
ZiX 10 ,!1UCU ,Sli,n,, raC
Ju" . ' . ,S,.B- . .. ! five minutes of the half. The superior
PENN WINS THE
BASKETBALL TITLE
T)nf,.nfs fluVirn'O 1)V 2!1 to 21
11 111 v l,,u,n" ") "
j fm (Ja,c
Tl'illl'Ot Oil.
tioec al lo Tiik Srs anK Ni;w Yokk Ilnntn.
' -
Prtt.NCKTON. X. .1. March 27. Penn
took the third and deciding game of the
national Intercollegiate basketball sfrles
tonight from Chicago. The final score
was 2.1 to 21, and furnished the finest
nnd fasten exhibition of basketball that
has been seen here In yenrs.
Chicago drew first blood when Volmer
caged ri prettj basket after n minute's
play. Penn eamo buck strong and rati
Idlv ran nn 11 substantial lend, Poor
shooting kept th score down, although
staying powers of the Philadelphia five
then asserted Itself, nnd. playing buautl
ful basketball, tho Red nnd Hluo f!tn the
score up to 23 to 13.
With six minutes left to play. Penn
adopted a defens.ve passing game under
their own basket which almost, caused
them disaster. All five Chicago men caimi
down the floor and repeatedly took the
1 all from the Quakers. The Westerners
finally found their shooting" eyes and
thrce'baskets In a row, counled with two
rnfortunately tor Chleigo. the final whls-
foulH, cut Tonus lead lo two poims.
tie cut the rally short . lust b-fnrc ('urtis
caged what would have been the O .n
goal.
Poor' shooting cost the Chleagoans tho
game Tlmo nnd again the Windy City
players lost opportunities to score. Their
passing and following of the bull was
superior to Perm's and with two more
minutes of play the game would likely
have gone to Chicago.
Rosenast nnd Sweeney played brll
llnntlv for Penn. while P.rikhoff and
Voltiiier were the Individual stars for
f'hlcngo. The gnme wns cleanly played
under almost ideal conditions.
The summary:
P,.m, ,). LiueaRo i.i '
-iHienev Ritlil forward
Hosen.ii-l Lett forward.
Grave... Centre .. .
Pock Rmlit guard..
McNIchol Lett guard
Goals front field Sweeney
Grave : Mi'NIchol !. Voltmer
Hallidy
..BlrUholf
, Voltmer
.. . Cruder
Hmlile
Iloseitnst 3.
Hnlladav 1.
Hinkle. Curtis
Goals from fniil-Sucene.v out of 10 B r
bofT 5 out of 10 Subs -Curtis for llnlladay.
Huntsiniier for Grave Releree-Deering of
Maiiliatai! College, t'niplre- Ilurcli ot v.-m
em Conference. Tlmo ot periods, SO minutes
Score at cpU oi iiri nai.-i rini u, uim ..
PENNMD YALE TIE.
CoIIcki- lloxer Divide Six Hunts
nt Xow Hiiven.
.s'perdil In Tun Scv ami Nrw Ynnic Hhiiip.
Xbw Havbn, Conn., March 27. The
loxlng teams of Yah and the I'nlverslt'
of penn broke even to-night In their sp
touts, Penn winning tin- first three a'i I
Yale the last three The feature mat h
of the evening was between Captain
"Eudle" Kagan of Yale and "Heinle'
Bourne of I'cnn. Bourne bad 1" own
way for the first of the three rounds, but
Engan had tho better of the last two.
His lighting In the titril "'nnd had
Bourne groggy and the big rennsylva
nlan was clearly outclassed. It was a
good hard mafch und Borne gave Eagan
more trouble than any man who has
faced him this season. Eagan is the
amateur heavyweight champion ot the
United States.
The hunt between O'Malley ot Penn
and Hn-wer of Yale was one of the fast
est of the evening, u .Many s taiuunim.
was good all the way. Colgate of Yale
and Breslln of Penn had a lively setto,
and the boxing was so even that the
Judges could not agree. Schwegler. the
referee, however, awarded the decision
to the Ynl" man. Ellington of Yaje
defeated Bcssell of Penn in the 13S
pound class, the decision causing some
urprle, as the Penn man seemed to
havct he best of the three rounds. The
summur ;
115 Pound flass-Rurfcett.
Xew man. Yale.
12'. Pound Class-Sloman,
Wood Yale. In extra round.
1,13 Pound Class O'Malley,
"i'ound' Class-Colsa.e,
,,,M11!,niinVlas-nilli,gt,,n
R(.sell. I'enn.
175 Pound I la's - F.aran,
Bourne. Penn.
Penn,
Penn.
Penn,
Yale,
defeated
defeated
defeated
defeated
Yale, defeated
Yale, defeated
THE
UNITED STATES
, NAVY
1 will" receive bEALED OM-EltS
1 up to
1 Noon, Monday, March 29
on all unsokl '
NAVY PROVISIONS
which mav now be resold Wl TH
; OUT RESTRICTION to the
general public.
Articles on the list i mostly in
large quantities) include:
I Apple Butter. Apples, Asparagus.,
i Apricots, Baking Powder. Bak
! ing Soda. Barlev, Beans Kidney
i and Lima . Beans (Navj). Beans
' (String'. Comal Beef. Butter,
; Catsup. Citron, Cocoa, Cocoantit
(Shredded i. Corn Meal, Corn
starch, Corn. Lemon Extract,
i Vanilla Extract (Powdered, Flour
(Buckwheat and Graham K Hom
1 iny Grits. Macaroni. jVuistird,
i Evaporated Peaches. Pears. Peas,
Pepper. Pickles. Prunes, Pumpkin.
! Rolled Oats. Salmon, Salt, Sar
dines. Sauce. Sauerkraut, Spices,
! Spinach, Tapioca, Tea, loma
; toes. Vinegar.
For complete information,
terms, and submission of offers
call IN PERSON (prepared -to
make deposit with certified check
or cash) before Noon, A.onday,
March 29. at which time awards
will lie announced.
Lieut.-Comdr. R. II. TWICOl'.
S. C, U. S. N., Senior Member
! BOAR I J Oi'
i Survey, Appraisal and Sale
Bid?. 15, Navy Yard
. Brooklyn, N. Y.
(Phone Alain 9000. Ext. 530..
When buying a home you want
to know the ta,x rates, dlstanco
from New York, fare, train ser
vice, water supply, JratniRe.
road.". ' schools, churches, clubs
in,.; nodal activities of the town
selected.
This Information has ill l"'en
collected and is heliiR published
In weekly Instnlmentn In the
Suburban Home Guide of tho
.'iniltip 7'osf every Saturday.
Back Issues available while they
l;i.l.
This week the towns of the
Hudson River Valley Slope of
Westchester have been selected.
Next week It will be the Bronx
Valley. Adv.
28, 1920.
I KSTAHI.ISIIUD 1827.
r d oiMnonu 0. nn
n.oimi oun oouu, , mo.
143We8t42dSt.,ftJ1,,
Proidwsy, cor. G7lh St., Minhillan
00 Fulton St., Brooklyn
LOANS
of Any Amount
i nl..l t n 10
(Cv lin 'eugesoi rcrioni. .up
FIGHT
Science is waging a bitie
fight against the menace ot
the Germ but countless people
nullify reiults by tolerating the
CARRIERS of germs.
Yn.i should tight rats, roarhes nnd her
ns ou would ii pestilence. They cirry
germs from murky sunless Inucvesslhla
holes to your food nnd our linen
I'lght them. Kmplnv niir service. It will
make yoar home BAKE. Tour floors shall
he safe for ymir children nt plnj. Ours is
n selentlflo process ns harmless to fur-
iilsl.lngs as It Ii death to verinln. In four
hours your home uill be elrun fresh
pur. ..
'J his Is the h ro i.e J win. Don't pro-
iruailnnie. vi -i- le jervlcn Is tno
innilemte In pr'ct? s icn ir or to temporlre
oltli II h AM II! I
GUARANTEE EXTckhlYlfJG COMWNY ,
Scientific rumlgators&Vtrmm Exterminators
00 FIFTH AVE co 42no STREET NEW YOK.J
Snosc VANOtOOlUT 2716-2717 - 27I0-4I33 j
; r
ART SALES.
5 Wcsl 44th St.
Genuine Old Sheffield Plate
and
Old English Silver
77ic Important Collection,
Formerly the Property of
CHARLES GORDON
MARQUIS of IIUNTLY
includes Silver Inkstand with
wafer box nnd two bottles, finely
chased, bears Hunlly crest und
motto "Bydand." Pair silver gift
.vases, finely chased panels of
Knights in armour and chased
with Renaissance decoration,
bears Hunlly crest nnd motto
"H)dnnd." Fine oblong silver
casket, Gothic silver flagon,
finely chased, date 1722, William
I.ukin. London. Plain silver tan
kard, date 1715, Robert Cooper,
London. Silver epcrgnc, pierced
and chased, with four candle
branches, date 1811.
Vso
The Coutls Heirlooms
OriKlnully the Properly of
The Duchess of St. Albuns. to
gether with a splendid variety of
Sheffield and Old Silver Table ap
nointmenls and other decorative
objecls.
On View Wednesday, March til.
Sale by Auction
Saturday, April 3rd, at 2:80 P. M.
The Sole will be conducted by
Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
Wcsl 44th St.
Important Sale
I by Auction
! ENGLISH & FRENCH
ANTIQUES
I The rottection of a irell-knoirn firm
I ef Interior Decorators forced to tactile
, tneir present showrooms.
Amongst the collection will he
! found a great variety of choice
examples of Colonial and Antique
Knglish and French Furniture of
I the 17th and 18th Centuries, fine
! old Sheffield Plate, Rare Glass,
! Objets d'Art, Oriental Rugs, etc.
1 Also
I Tun Hiperti Itulil Jruel Cntilnets,
l a pair f rare Malochltc t'anijpl.i
lira nntl a ttnp olil Kmplrp Crstal
' Clock Set will ho sold for the
I airount of a private lollci tor.
, On Exhibition Wednesday, Mar, 31
, Sales bu Auction
I Thursday, April Sth, 1920, and
i follnicing days each afternoon at
j ' 2:30 P. it.
! The Sale lll lo condiictoJ by
I Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARK K
JLs JWest 441h SI.
Announce tTie Sale of
THE RICE COLLECTION
Early American Pine, Maple
and Mahogany Furniture
together trilfi
CHINA. GLASS. SILVER. ItUOS, Etc.
belorniiu) to
MRS. MARY E. RICE
'Inherltoil and Collected During a
I'irind nf Over Forty Years, and Ite
cetitly Humovisl from the Old Home
stead at Woodbournn and (loshon. N.V.
For further details see future
announcements.
Sales by Auction
'Ihursday, April 1.1th anil follow Ing
days at 3:30 P. Al.
On lien Monda), April lJtli
The Sale Will Ho Conducted by ,
Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
CJUAN'D STOHAOE PALE
inc.
155 Kaal 12Itn St.. Through to 15f.th St.
New York l.nrgit Auction Salesrnont.
Tveday & Wedneiday, 10:30 A. M.
Ily.Order of
Guardian Storarje Warehouie.
MODERN AND MEDIUM
HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION, PIANOS.
Parlor and Standing Lamp. Uuehl Cabi
net Table, Ketd and Willow pieces. Daven
ports, Couchea. Mirrors. Dressing Cases,
Chiffoniers, Buffets. Chairs, Bookers, Tables.
WITH ADDITIONAL.
High Grade Period Set,
Persian & Domestic Rujrs.
COMBINATION SAFES. DESKS, BOOKS.
S. II. JULLIUAN, Auctioneer and Appratier.
(fist
7 x
ART SAIES.
w
Important Collections
r-i i i? iv i.
reraonui cucvito
r.w.nt
BUOAQWAY ART GALLERIES
AUCTIONfc.fc.Ko
1362-64 Broadway (36th St.)
will Bell at unrestricted auction
Magnificent Furniture and
Valuable Art Objects
in great variety
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31ST, at 2 o Clock Sharp
and three following doyi
former properties of
Mr. FRANK C. BORDEN
executor of the Borden Eitnte.
Mrs. WALTER LEWISOHN
removed from 987 Fifth Ave.
Mr. B. R. BARUCH
ISIDOR HAMMERSCHLAG
. . . . i- Cm.ir. r.nthdral Oak and
The catalogue contains in pn ...... , v
Chippendale Dinin Suite.-, Marie Antoinette and Louu XVI. . en
.m.l ,l oM Hrdroom Suite. imported Livinff Room furniture
Aubu.aon Drowins Room Suite..
TWO MAHOGANY BABY GRAND PIANOS
Two Tiffany .landing Chime Clock.-collection of 100 Ivory
Miniature. hine Lace lieu aeis
GALLERY OF OIL PAINTIINUb
Real Bronre and Marble Statuary, aome life size, by renowned
CUlPPer"ian Carpet, and Rug.
. . -
Uen and Cape de Monte faiace
Ik
i.iTiim:i l-s
rw.ii.ninn .....Ii ,lii, ,.f Mile.
Mr. H. VAN BRINK
IN PREPARATION AT
jfc Silo's Fifth
IMPORTANT SALE OF
Antique & Modern Furniture
IIV OltliKIt OF
MR. BENJAMIN GUINNESS
Removed From 8 Washington Squarp
XI TIIKt OM IX is or
A LONG ISLAND MANSION
it v oitniat ok
SAMUEL C. HERRIMAN
Ol .NSUI.I.OIt A T I.AM
ALSO
THE HATCH LIBRARY
DETAILS IN TIME
,t.V VASTER SALE OF BEAUTIFUL FURNISHINGS
BENJ- S. WISE, Auctioneer
WILL SELL AT THE WISE AUCTION GALLERIES
428 Columbus Ave. at 8 1 st "L" Station
Next Thurs., Fri. and Sat. 2 P. M. Each Day
Household Effects, Works of Art, Paintings, Rugs, Draperies, 3 Phono
graphs, 3 Hall Clocks, Bric-a-Brac, Marble and Bronze Statuary, Etc.
By Ordtr of the Owners of the Following 3 Est.tes
FARNSWORTH, BRUCE, STEINER iTOiWA1?
The Catalogue tontiilns: Stelnnav riannln rnl In Malintnny Case; l.h Ing
Itonm Suites: llrilrnnni, IHnliiK anil Mliran rurnlshlngs; Fine China and tilass
'iSl i I "it l inen; i:icrtrollcrsMnrt Odd SIIK Slia.lcs: I'lanos: I I'nst Ileus,
InUi'mc MaliiiEaiif High ami l.o ltos; llesUs. llookcases, l.llirurj Tallies, Pedes
tals, Hall Seats, sllrrors. Etc.
NOTE: 75 ORIENTAL RUGS SK ,;,,U?,AV'
EXHIBITION: Goods on View Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
SMITH'S KNICKERBOCKER SALES ROOMS
825 SEVENTH AVE.. AT 53D ST.
PHONES, CIRCLE 3614-3615. C. E. SMITH, AUCTIONEER.
Tuesda)', March 30, at 11 o'clock
Second Floor Sales Room, First Sale of tlie
FURNISHINGS OF ABOUT 75 SUITES REMOVED FROM THE
HOTEL SCHUYLER, West 45th St.
N Hy order or tlio former management, ae
M sitatln'g removal to our rooms.
S Including (luaiithlos of Ilrass Ilodstoads.
(3 Mahozmy Msple and finamet uair .laiiresses, i inows, uisks, Tames, Chain, Silver
M i'lato. also Dining ltoom Suite. Pool Table, nicker Chairs, etc. Opportunity for hotel
0 keepers and apartments.
ON VIEW
at the uaucries ot
FiFTH AVENUE
333-341
Fourth Ave.
Cor. 25th
Street
A desirable aggregation of
Modern Home Effects
Including .Sheraton design Bedroom
.Suited, upholstered Library Suites, Easy
Chairs. Weber Upright l'lano, Wicker
Pieces and other furniture for tho Living
and Dining ltmmi.
Oriental & Wilton
Carpets & Rugs
A fctnall collection of
Oil Paintings, Original Etchings,
by Halg, Lalanne, Ftamong and others.
Hronzes and many objects of adornmont
and use, thn property of
Estates and ndirdluali
TO HK SOLI) IIV AUCTION"
Thursday. I'rlday h Saturday.
April 1. '.' and :t,
from '2 o'clock each day
Henry A. Hartman, Auctioneer
EXCEPTIONALLY PINT. SALE.
Liberty Auction Rooms
AND AltT (LVI.I.EllIES.
124 University Place. Between
13th and 14th Sis..
NAT. EICHNER. Auctioneer,
Sells Tuesday and Wednesday,
MAltl'll .'II AND III. 11 A M.
An win strlcted public le
Artistic High Class Furniture
and Home Furnishings,
Oriental Carpet, Itu.'s at etery description,
Rich DininR, Library, Bedroom
Suits,
I prljlit I'i.inu and Vi -tiolas.
Very Fine and Costly Spring Seats
Loose Cushions, Reed Furniture
In suits ami art pli'ces.
Floor Lamp, Desks, Beckers,
CatalogiK-tlo.) large lo vnuuierutr.
A mo opportunity for exerf body.
ART SAIES.
of High Class Furniture,
el Art- Omects in
Variety
Fine Gla.., China Set, Sevre., Dre,.
sir
vniti.
(l I'HIvMISDS.
Nnti Art Killei tors til tend. S J
will conduct .ale.
Avenue Art Galleries
M
40 EXST 45TH STREET
S. W. Cor. Vanderbilt Ave.
JAMES P. SILO & SON, Auctioneer..
now iissco naving nu own furniture, necee-
single and double Bureaus, Chiffoniers. In
A Sale of Unusual Interest
Magnificient Antique
and
Modern Furnishings
by order of
ManrutUn Storage & Warehouse Co.
for unpaid storage, charges;
also by order of
DE SALVO BROS.
cutlrc stock of their 4th av. establish
ment Thursday and Friday, April 1 and 2.
Beginning 11 A. SI. each day
88 UniTtrttly Place
Between 11th and 12th Sts.
THE BALK CONSISTS OK AN
KXTItA LARGE DISPLAY OK
ANTtyl'K AND MODEIt.V Kt'lt
N'lTl'BB AND REPItODUCTIONS.
HAKE CHINA AND llltlC A 11HAC.
BIIONZES. CLOCK SETS, STER
LING H1LVEB. Kl UK SETS, CII AN
DEL1EUS. PAINTINGS. KNG RAV
INGS. Oriental Carpets and Rugs,
Library Books
ALSO A LARGE OCAVTITY
MEDIUM GRADE KCIINITI'RK.
CARPETS. KCOS, LINENS, UK I).
DING. PERSONAL KKI'ECT".
TRUNKS THEATRICAL OUTFIT.
MEDICAL OUTFIT. Etc.
Exhibition Wednesday, 1-6 P.M
Arthur Kaliski, Auctioneer
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SALE
OIL PAINTINGS
By American and Foreign
Artists. Larce Collection.
Sale tomorrow and all week. t
D. Calo & Sons
g 107 W. 46th St. near Cth Ave.
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