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THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1918.
Boston lYomenGolfers, Following Lead of Local Association, Vote to Stage
NO TITLE TOURNEY
FOR HUB GOLFERS I
!(ilon Women Decide on Hcd
Cro Week Competition
OTHKli NEWS OF LINKS-,
T ir U omcn'f Golf Association of
Kofioa n' Hs nutiual meeting last T'uuis
,1jv f'h 'n line wllh nil the other golf
oie-nltis; bodies and voted not to con-
-i -1 its usual championship tournament
i's -eason. This was rather n surprise,
'n- 'he asneiatloii held the event last
iir However, the members felt that
nr conditions Justified them In calling
ie event for 1915.
a plan fr the championship tsere
' be .hi entire week of tournament ,
-s'f probably early In .lime, for Hoston
",nen sKcr. It will be known as '
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if U I " s, srist nit riiiiuiiti ivv ui
,11) he chamcd to each entrant in each
-vei.t. the entile pio. eeds to to trre
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i,il be held hs usual t1iroueno-.il the sea- nfr muy be " dKHcult of ex- ' decWonlesn bout with Williams In Mad-o-i
nesrlv cverv Thursdav finding a Pl'iaHon. non Square Harden, and those wno xne
-.jjr.iair.eiii or team inaicn imkiuk piaie
. i re of the clubs belonging to the as-.j.-.alien.
It was again voted not to
-atiiclpate In Intercity matches with
Ve-v York and Philadelphia, Tills will
''O'd soiul until the war t.s ovc".
'Hie following were elected as an ex
, -jute committee to serve for one year:
fr. I! W Paley, Ml Anne Nnsou,
t!. Harriott Curtis, Miss Kntherini
)Jtll-..n. Ml... 1. il. Uelchcr. Miss Nellie I
Brlshim and Miss fcdlth Stevens,
Miss Kdlth Stevens. The .
of the association who-c-
icxt ear are ns flios:
'errns exilre next
"resident. Miss Kleanor W. Allen of
vi -.-nt -.iri.ni Mr. it .ict. i
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Oakley, secretary-treasurer. Miss
fai...y C. O.good of the Country Club;
t-stjnt secretary-treasurer, Mrs. J. D. 1
tVoiddn of Ilracburn.
Considering the faM that he l only :.1
ruy Oulmtrt, brother of Franilr, audi yens of aci-, the pugilistic carer '.:
W!lft0. Is attracting a great deal of at- j km William-, w ho nan knocked out bv
fi'ion ai the Wannmakci- School, tlcljoe t.ynch In I'hltadclphla la.t Tuesday,
ta-iJIes hi. clubs with Ibe iriln of i mns. .t,,lr.,l ,.il.r .l.r,,..it ni.ldiA .
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iai iHin ins itiuu)i, ul ,,.'i!u,v mi- i snOUDI lie at llio UC.'tlu O: 111 pllystcai l" l.'i- WUftiiaueii- .in,ii,- . n...
.lartlng hi- knowledge of the game to powers, hence Williams's sudden ilcterl-1 f il". If Pempsey can tame the lumbei
ither If his more Illustrious brother, j oration Is dlrrlcult of xplsnatlon. t'o- hi- Morris, the Ctah man will havo to be
funds, wete Riving thes lessons ho ' sibly hla retrogression was due to the lucepteS its a worthy contender tor the
oiH not be any busier than is Hay. j con-'pletc i-hnne in his ni.de of life. I hs.vyw eight champlonshl-j
lis ctigagemcnt books are full for eel!i ! I'rci lou? to becoming a boxer Williams' Mortis and Dempaey met in a four
lhMd and many other aspirants for
"lamplonshlp honors have been turned
over to other pio'csslonals of the school.
R.y is somen hat of a ventriloquist.
T.ie last time he was in Boston he caused
x commotion on a street car. He made
laeh peculiar sounds with his lips that,
-.hs motorrnan and conductor thought
-a:.il was running Into the gears and
'req-irnlly stopped the car to investigate.
Jack MtlllTan on Visit Here.
.Is , Sullivan, who was dlsquillfied
s.'ie f.r , !,, Tv7.it Vm. eet, iv),ii
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makers just for exercise. W hen he.
'ud linl.hed a turn with the clubs and
s about to don Ills hat and coat and
all It a day two young ladles standing
i.ar asked him to hit a few mor. Jack.
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m..to i. r utu "T- iii.h imiiiiE 1011
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;hen Jack finally oult one of them ex-
"Dea-, I with be would hit 30in? moie.
' ju'i love the way he gets his back into I
Mnsholu t oiirsr.
If Joseph P. Hennesy. the new Park
eif.rulssloncr of The Bion:.. wants to
nattc a hit with tho eolrers he will see
o that more attention Is paid to the
".sir Mosholu links during the coming
'jon. Although Mosholu lies practi
cally alongside of the old Van C'ortlandt
ceivrse. for some reason or other It has
not been kept up as attractively as iome '
would like. I
What was needed most there last sea-;
-on was attention to the greens. They ,
fere nol cut frequently enough, and
lifrc s nothing takes the enthusla.m out I
i' .1 -ilayer more completely than unkept j
Liit ic greens. A Joc.il golfer long a
vy.ee of the public i.nks called up last
U sui to exjiress his popes anil fears con-
-niiiK me ouiiook lor ine coming .ca
.iiositoiu coma ne mane one or ine
ire-t attractive courses anywhere near
Vew York. It presents real KOlf sltua-,
1 ori. hm It must have attention, for
ie majoiity of golfers who go to V.in ,
' orllandt would not mind the extra
walk up to the hidher ground If they
tot real solf by so doing. Yet all golfers
re more or less lasy when they haven't
r their clubs working, and when it's a
toss up between two courses a great
'nany will refuse to take the five minute
xtra walk. That In a measure explains
.y there was so much more golf played
on the lower course last season."
I' would be a fine thliur to see. Mo
hehi placed in commls-.sion .as toon as
'he snow Is off the ground, Being high
i.d dry on the plateau it will get Into
eondltlou two or three wcoks earlier
'hau the courses on the flat. ,!de from
v mere standpoint of upkeep it snoulil
e n good proposition to make the
ou e as atttractive as possible, for It
r V - i
ean? revenue from permits of at'
',n1,l.UrTr.... f. '
I' was the Intention of Pat Doyle,
Oeorge Fotheringham, Will Macfarlane
and Ilmmel French to make the clicult
f "pen tournaments In the South this
nter, but this combination had to be
'arranged because of changes in the
piarjt of Macfarlane and French
The last named will not be 'able to i
leave fur some time due to illness In his
family, while Macfarllne called oh his
pieposed trip In order to look after a
t' green. The former Hudson Klver
t'oiltllrv Club man will have c.hnrue of a
private course on Img Island and will
eport for duty on March 1. HIh as
Itlant, Al Novak, has been engaged to
lnnl; after tho Hudson Tllver Job.
Tom Boyd of Fox, Hills and Charles
Iloffner of Phllmont took the places of.
Maciatlane and French. Incidentally!
they aie not the only "pros" who will
Miy In tho South, as Cyril Walker of1
.snac kamuxon and Louis Martucci, the
me armed golfer from South Orange
plan to get away in a day or so. Carl
mieron and his brother Ernest, con-n-eted
with the Lawrenco Park Club,
'lied for Florida last Friday,
Until the Women's Metropolitan Golf
isociallon gets soma word from the
Apawamls Club It will not know whether
that organisation will care to handle
the association's spring tournament.
Prior lo the recent women's meeting In
this city It waa .understood that the
Wykagyi Country Club was keen tor the
attraction, yet no ajtpUoatlon waa filed.
rosslbly the fact that the association
decided to substitute a spring tourna
ment for the reanlar championship evsnt
hau something to 4a with dampening
me ardor of the wrkacri reareeeniaiive.
H Is understood, however, that Weet
eheiter county la In Una for the event
this year, so If Apawamls should not'
are to offer It ceurse It will ft up to
"me other organisation In that vicinity
Tornadic Rush for Posf
of Boxing Commissioner
Regiment of Earnest Patriots in a Scramble for a Posi
tion That Never May Be Created Zbyszko
Carrying Title Joke Too Far
Mill) w.iat appears to be an exhlbl-'
lm. of haste candidates for Boxing Com-
.11 e m "Pf'ns'ns "l -m 'very
side f the roped sciuaie. Publicity bn- '
leans have hegmi to mcgapluno the v lr-
.ji .riiiiui iiii-n wno - ii ll'amilis
and Inclination nie admliuhly tnte.1 for
l"";tloii." Glowing statements of the
.".tpiinilltle,, of other e;:ittiien ore fol-
lowed by the sad mlm'sslon that they
"could not be Induced to accept the
M.vidly a In am h of human endeavor
hut Ih represented by ome patriot will
'"K " -'acrince himself on the altar of
P"c duty and net as Commissioner for
11 lM".v stipend of $7,000 pe-.- annum.
In view of the facl that the McCue 1
nropoiltia; a n-w bi.Mm; law vas In-
tr,' - ll";';'! n' ti" atid now is In
'ommlttec. the headlong rus'.i of nsplr-
fn- (I,- . . 1 ,
I It Is not a certainty l.iat tli bill will
ecr be leported from committee and coutblently expected a knockout. I
may be mnothereJ. If reported from Hut the caution of the manager of the '
co-nmittee. favorably or unfavorably, the ' Baltlmorcan spilled the beans, for ."Ill
proposed measure may never teach de- Hn-.. under Instructions from Harris.
b:ilorote. i boxed a cautious ten round bout with
Kven If It should he vassed by both Coulon. and neer cut loose durng toe
Houses of the UeglslBture II might be contest. Williams waa accorded the pop-'
vetoed by the C!o e.-uor. tilar decision and Touloji retreated Into
Therefore, !u view of the' uncertainly , shell and declined to tonsider ail-,
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tor H!,uton m
,8 . on,y ceKpiicable bm repre-
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It nl,t,l v. le .1..
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mem 01 wouio-tu- commissioners wa ted
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ov;denco that it has n chance
oping into a law.
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was a newsboy and led the outdoor life '
of these hardv voungsteis,
The boy did not make niucli headway
as a boxer until he was IT years of ase,
and he found it rather hard sledding.
His first professional bout was in 1910.
and it was a year later that Ms stamina
and hitting began to assert themselves.
1'iom that time forward he became
a factor in the bantam champlomthln
competition and hU carulucs Increased
to an extent never dreamed of hy the
With the Intlns of money Williams
W"" " lend a luxurious life. Although
uu u uuu irj, ivi lilt' riuiut .v..-, nmi net.
. . ,mU nrtti , A, n i.iu
carried him so well, and became a hluh
liver In the matter of ilch food, late
hours and indolence. Appnrent'y this
mode of life sapped the wonderful stam
ina that had carried lilm thr ugh so
many desperate ring struggles. In sub-
sUni.,, nrosnerlty turned the head of the.
champion and not only caused him to
,p.e ,,,f tllie ,)Ut a,0 t llm oul of
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UNGER FAVORITE IN
Should Have No Difficulty in
Winning Class C
.landing of the Players,
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r. .v. L'nser. . .,
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mi. vv, Sp-sr.
A ijartin-r 1
With the Class C amateur
,..imev In Us las! wee'j a
..., ... nrooLi,. ,he ba'tle for flrstl""' Mt'ul s-'1"0"1 wU which Caddock
Ptl7 seems to have narrowed down to
Ferdinand A. Unger of Montclalr, N. J..
and 11. McOowan of Brooklyn. The
Jerseyman. with a clean score of six vic
tories and no defeats, naturally Is In the
best position to capture the title of the
At the same time If he drops one of
his tlnal two games and Mctlowan can
win Ills iievt four, there would bo a tie.
The chances, however, nre all against
McCowan overhauling the man from
.lerej Provided Cnger plays up to the
form he has shown up to date he should
have no Iroublo in defeating Gardner
and his only hard contest will be with
The latter, wl o made a poor stait. naa
Htejdl(!j ad now Is plavlng a very
sieauieu onu nun i .m..i.
,,,, consistent came. Without ques-'
rmVilX 'f gr a tussle al- j
I'-rrv'-'bea' a8al"'1 " '
rroni the way they plaved the past
week. Servatlus. Neustadt and Brussell
should have something to say tegarding
tl-.e disposition of the other prlres. Ser
vatlus. the dean of the amateur cue men,
ls plavlng a remarkably good game.
s.ieer looked exceedingly well for a
time, but lie falteied toward the close
and ended nts scneuuiea gnir wim -n
even break of four victories and four de-
Ungcr and McGowan will have their
tussle Wednesday and unless there are
a number of ties the tourney will wind
up, before next Saturday.
HERMAN TO DEFEND TITLE, j
lit I.'urlr Draft. Bantam tlkamplo
Kaaier to Meat Cfcallcnaatrs.
New- Oiu-eans. La.. Feb. 2. Pete Her-
win defend litti title as bantam
weight champion of the world against
Johnny Ertle, Kid Williams. Frankle.
Burns, Pol Moore or any otnar bantam.
I'eta Herman must go to war. uisirici
Appeals Board No. 1 placed him In Class
1. Division A. special uivwmm uujbi.i i
Immediate call. Herman Is the two
hundred and fifty-eighth man In his
board. Ills division has to furnish 50
man by February IS. Herman says ha
Is willing to go to war oui m wii -ia
all tho bantams a chanca at hla tltlo bo
for ha goi.
JfOVBLTV IZf. 8rCa.TlXC.
A novaKy In skating la to be- Intro
dues at tha lllst Stroot Ice Skating
t.Sr.- CiiTii. .hsttna- rontaata each
.nMttt ttlO o-clook. As theimonla It roust oe numuiaung to wi
name ImpUea, this will be a contest for
couples, but Instead of figure skating It
will be a contest1 la plain skating. Two
nrisaa will be awarded for gracefulness.
-Wo entrance fs will be charged.
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a livelihood. . '
Thv manner In which William- galn-d
the bantam title was Int-reita,,;. ,
.1 diniiy Coulon laid claim to tli. title
aner tic re remenl of i.-f.ni-.;le Nell.
and, although the Chlcagcwn's record I
111- tin wa.' not Impressive, ha was t':
choice of the West and wan ac-lalme
the West and wan no -lalmci
the champion. Williams knew little of
the politics of the rame. but Ills aitute
manager, Sammy llnrrto, icalUeJ that i
the Baltlmoiraii would have to get a j
match with ronton In oir tj acquire a .
clear title to the bantam championship. I
Getting Coulon Into the ring was' a ,
difficult matter, for the pudgy Chlcagoau
had reliable information as to the capa
bilities of his thallenger, and Williams
bllltles of hli
had done thli
his class, a
things In the ring that proven
Affftr inneS omtrlllia hv- the ,
the liunchlna: nower of the challenger.
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i."uu in nana tno llisiai.l ne eiuerei i ,
title conteat with the Baltimore
Coulon was shamed Into making-
h.-iIa1. i.aI. ,k Anil ana n-a nllt
t0 Hieen in ttie third round.
n,. i. ,, n...in il,nt Williams
. '?rTe l". .I"".1.'0 1 hat -tv tiliams
ii.ui np uvokieo malt uvinp ami coniinueo.
tli" ."!ir.-le life, would have lasted tor
I :nsnv vears ne . ationft- ronteniter for 1
the honors In the bantam class. I
Test for Drmpsey.
Jack Dempsey will have a crucial
test to-morrott night when be :s -s'tied-ulrd
to box ten rounds with t'avl Moirls
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lound lout In San Kranrisio several
weeks .i;o. and the youngster buffeted
the Sapulpa giant about the ring and
uade him look 'like a novt-.c.
Pos.dbly the California climate af
fected the big Oklahoma:! S3 that he
waa unable to effectively employ his
cuftomar.v foul tactics. In any event
Morris's showing against Dcinpsey was
so bad that the promoters Invited Carl
to leave town.
Without doubt Morris will make a
great ifl'ovt to reverse the California de
cision and Dempsey will have his hands
full. At the same time Charlie- Murray
is A careful promoter and will not
tuiciaie unyiougn nouse i wraw on inr ,
Oempcys showing In a ten round
contest will be watched with the gteatest
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1 arrrlns. n .1l.e- lou I r.
Isn't It about time for 7.brko !o call'
off the championship joke he sprung on
the public after the final bout betwte
J himself and Lewis in the Lexington
i Theatro tourney'.' The chief bar to his
championship claim lle-i in the fact that
I the final contest with Lewis was a
handicap mutch, Lewis being denied the
! use of the head lock, which was rot .
barred by th mlc- of the tournament.
tba ..i.. i,r.ia i...r.a ,rt....
ineiit regulations was the strangle, which
fact was formally announced on the
opening night. As no championship can
tie at stake In a handicap conteat and as
the barring of the head lock was the
severest handicap that could have, been
Imposed on Lewis, it readily can lie seen
that Zbysxko's claim of having won a
title Is nn absurdity.
Kven on the basis of viclories In the
tournament. Zbysako lias no basis for a
mie claim. Lewis won several morn
D0,-l ,n" 'l!,, and won them more
Lew iw unquestionably Is the classiest
"le fh-as-catch-can camp, and
until be Is beaten In a fair competition
he will have the best claim to the title.
If Lewis's, head lock Is to be barred
then the toe hold used by Zhszko, the
body Hclssors employed by Steelier and
!l.3s o;i ldc nnnlrnli ,111, v. nl... Alln.1.
The wreatllrig contingent will not com- j
mend itself to public .favor by dlscrim- ,
Inatlng agralnst one form of brutality t
and permitting others to continue. ' i
Joe Rivers, once a formidable rival of
the lightweight stars, recently received
t"o a second for a ring engagement.
Ho met a boy named Jon Benjamin on
the coart, and the .Mexican's share of
the purse waa $400. He sloped Benja
min in exactly sixteen seconds after the
gong sounded for the first round, which
gave him $25 a second for his work.
Battling f)rlega. ihe lul' breed who
, U'J"'1"K ''r1Pa- 'r " nreen wno
iWL '' 0 "fI
others, does not seem to fight so well
when away fiom home Ortega went
to Portland. Ore., recently and engaged
nn unknown named Al Sommors lu a
ten round bout. Somnvers got the popu
lar decision at the end of the tenth
Uotch's Aintsslng Contest.
The most amusing contest In which
Frank (lotch ever took part was staged
in Anaconda, Mon and the conditions
were unique. Ootch was not very well
known at the time, and a Greek strong
man who conducted a lunch wagon, and
who considered himself a wiestler, of
feted to match himself against (Joti h
Tne latter laughingly leftised, and the
Creek, scenting a sidestep, pressed the
iotch finally consented lo meet the
Greek, 'and offered to wager ll.ftOO
against the Greek's lunch wagon that
lie would throw him sixty times in
sixty minutes. The Greek Jumped at
the proposition and the match waa on.
For twenty minutes Gotch played with
the Greek, and then flattened him sixty
limes lu the Anal forty minutes.
Then Ootoh refused to take the lunch
wagon, which action was appreciated by
eaten kr Mas.
Joe Lynch and his manager are de
trop In Baltimore pugilistic society.
Lynch was matches to box In Baltimore,
but excused himself on the ground that
he was threatened with an attack of
pneumonia. Then i.yncn went over to
. rbirad.lphja and stop Kid W.l.l.ni,
' In four rounda. If Lynch had pneu-
lams to realise lie wss beaten by a aide
mau. The Baltimore authorities, how
ever, do not think Lynch was sick and
liave notlfltd hi in and Ills manager to
stay away from Bslttmors.
NEW SCHEDULE FOR C. C. N. Y.
Haokelhall Tram Snt seriously ,f-
fecteil hj Closing; Orilrr.
I TI.e order clu.dnti thr buildings of Hi'
I College of the City of New York has nnl
'hurt the basketball train'" K-lir-.lule sell
ouily. ActlliR Manager Sldiicj Coodfilend
Ibas tearraugfil 111 piiigrnmil'.es as fnl-'
Ion: Pennsylvania giine r.ill. il off; Col
talc. Fcbrusr I J. nt home : Itocheslei,
, February -.'l, nl home: t'nloii. I'obruiuy
!'. ut scher.cctuily : Poly Tech. IVil.ruaiy
'27, jit Hiookty..
, T!.o ficshmaii team will mi el Stamford
High S.-l-.ool fin the I'otmcctlcu' school's
intt .... im .,, i. iii-,,. iia.o have
been cancelled. '
Call for Tennis Supplies
; for Service Men in France
National Association to Take Up Matter at Annual
Meeting This Month Applications for
A i;l .'v,- nis fcupp ,f for the us.,
of the American soldier' lu France ha.
come to tli" Fulled State. National
Law ii Tennis Association through Dr., J.
R McCui(Ii leaa of hc y M. (
1 work To ,nc ne''1 ,hl" f,llt'
I lined awn to provide also the men
'camps ;u this countiy plans will be co:i-
! sldered a: Hie annual meeting of the
, N,.,ona, Al.,oc!atloll on February 15.
All effort will he made to utilize tin
resources of the association for the ol
d'.ers' benefit, so that all sin-h appeals
can be quickly answered. lr. Mcs'urdy
states that SO nets, li'.O dozen tennis
balls and i!00 iackt-- aie iequired now
by Ibe m!i hi I'rai e. Some chll" al-
leady have fin n hcd upplie for c.-i'tih-i
on this side of til" Allantc and indlca
t10"" a,e th' Hie demand will tncicav
Iu)in the weaihel t-evn, s iilavlnc.
Sol Metzger. the old I'enn football
star, who Is director of the Y M. ' A. camp at Alleiitown, Pa also ha- b-cf)
work at Camp Dlx. has stated that a invited to t';e meetlr.-!. The ambiilan i
number of courts can be built thete in sections laised by tin- national a.o 'la
the spring and similar conditions are tlon are In training there. Plates in
believed to prevail at othet camps and ; scribed with tl.e done' names have
cantonments. j been prepared for the machines that will
. I be assigned to the two sections when
Ilr. Brrnft to Addreso Medina. , they aro ordered to foreign service, and
In rfAi.or.lnr nlan bv which the as- h"J!np -"fecial equipment for the men ha-
been made that the pro-eeds of cham- estio., of the apd ulaiiee
plon.hlp tournaments next season be ; "'" " -tec oe of the mart, Ir-ei prov -Wei
iiven to the War Department's Comml- 1 ," Vro,'',,' of. tho national s!ile
ionm. Training .'amp Aclv.t.es for ,,-' lZZ tZ .slaiom
- -.vhii-i mitiihuted to tin- success of the
DrtCTIW VirUT 1 1ff unleiialilnc- by securing the coope-a'ion
BJOMJPI Ifni lL,UD of piomtncut Wosfern nla.ier'
New Clait of Members Etlab-
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Utneatlat r aentX.
Sptual rfpalr to Til). Si-..
; Boston, Mass., Feb. 2. At the annual
! meeting of Ihe Boton Yacht Club ye-
I terday n new class of associate membeis
was established, They will havo tin
Use of the Howe's Wharf station, will
be admitted to membership without -In-
Illation fee and will pa:, smallsr nniiiir.1
dues tnau HKUi.ir mei-iuers i uej win,
be allowed to ny the cum mil gee.
With a membership of between
and 500 there Is cm oiled In. the club
I fleet a total of '14 vacht", made up of
; 101 sailing ciaft, 22 auxillnries nmi :il
steam and poaer boa'.-. Til" otllceis foi
Hie IMS season are
Commodoie. K. P.. H. I'rntidoii: vice
commodoie, -I'laience 11. Pond . lear
oommodoie, Frank C. Itlchaidsoii : sec
letary and tieusuror, Waller Burgess,
executive committee. Wllliuin II. Turner,
Daniel K. Hoberts. Charles Hverrtt Ben
ton and Cyrus K, Small; inembers,-i
eomnlttfe. Arthur W. Stevens, Joseph
W. Hodgklns, Kllby P. Smith, tieoige
W, MoNear and George W. Ightmaii ,
'legatta committee. Hoy v . l-igeon.
chairman: Charles M. Hcuuuer. mines
W. Chapiii. Henrj' W. Wesson, l.eroy A
Jackson. John Black. Jr. and W. II.
NOTED MERMAID COMING HERE
Miss Darat'k, Anotrallan Champion,
ta Visit 1'. s. This sanimer.
Sa.v FitvNCisi-o. Feb. 2. Mies Fanny
"Durack of Australia, undefeated world
champion slrl swimmer and holder of
all women' woild's records from fifty
yards to ope mile, will utrlva In this city
.'fune 3 to tour this country and meet
any amateur girl swimmer. This Infor
mation was mafved in a cable yester
day Jtv William I.'nmack from Mrs.
Hush D. Molntosh. president of the Aus
tralian Amateur Ladles Hnimmliig As
sociation. Miss Durack will be accompanied hy
a chaperon, probably Mrs. Mary Chan,
i bore, the great woman nuthority on
swimming. Mrs. Chambers has loured
Europe with Miss- Durack and .miss
Wylle. the other Australian champion.
Yesterday's cable definitely states that
Miss yylle will not accompany Miss
Dnsack on this tour.
Miss Durack will make her first ap
pearance In thla country at Htanfor.
University June 6, William Unmack,
who Is making all arrangements for the
tour, announces that she will appear
In all the Important swimming centres' of
tills amto and then go to the Pacific
Northwest and to Vancouver. Ar
rangements are being made fc - an Hast,
PROMINENT FIGURE SKATERS IN TITLE TOURNEY
mV A H. . favorite
tmt. SK W Among j
solilltis. Dr. .lotejih K. flaycroft of '
commission w-MI desc-r'be its woik, audi
othc- speakers will address the annual i
liieeil'-c on th- same subjec".
t.vi -.:mmer the national association '
undertook to raise some muds for this I
same ccm-ial purpose, but when the
ainpalun for ambulance.; got underway '
I e ...itllrr effort latved. Now that the i
aui'iulun,',- money has been secured '
man-, tennis filayeis unite lu the opin-
ion thai no more worthy or popular ,
put pose ciflihl be served that to help
provide equipment for t'.ie.mn i camp
I'- I'.avcioft alrcadi has , 1 1 t' t n -l t .1 a'
considerable amount of tennis nets, bi'ls
and lackeis given by the members of ;
t ti natlonnl asnriatton. and uddltlonal
supplies n III hf secured as the ii",-i! dc-
iill-n I Inns for Toiiriipj ..
Col II. II. Persons1? rommander of the
t mtid States army ambulance service
clearing house!""11 !'" 'ii oy uie imiiooa. nwi.i-
Vppll'atlons have already bun re
ived for Kjiictlon of to-ii Laments -or
iipvi teason. The IWetanla Tenuis Club
f ii"""ii -"id the Kansas cityTieid
1 1 "ub are among the early bidders lor
championship tournaments, which it i
proposed to have restored by the annual
Insr - WTC CPWTTVfTTT1 T O n HI V
lJnlB KjHtiUULJU Ai v. v. . X.
! Mnlumer PollficL Vrrnnac. for
I i-in i ...
' i.irven villi, ly..
i.ie i.-nnis sciuuiiic i mc i o.ies
. the Cilv of Neiv York will contain eleven
matchc., according to nn announceiiieir
( h Manager Pollack jp:cnL,v. Ml o'
the local colleges vvll' be round among
the entiles, Columbia, N. Y I ., Ford- or .New von., secictary.
ham and Manhattan belli-.' eMHcted to Fiancls . .Mc.Malion. 'If, of Soiub
flgn up bCore the cud of the month. I Norwalk, was yestenl.iy elected assist
Though the lint Lit ,s due rati) in ! ant manager of baseball for inn naroi.
April, piactlre for the Lavender nickel "f 1 i I Mni.aKci- Ku.tlcy expects to
wieldeis will besln Uic taller par! of : li.ivv a cuitailed sihcilule .eady in a
this month, outdoor training will start! week. Sev.ial dates will be kept oih-ii
as coon ns weather conditions perni t ' for service, teams
Coach Stair will again take eharsc. I " rll A. Higginc football manager.
TIioukIi Joffe, last jear's captain, and
lgase. n malnsti, are not with the
Heights team this ear, C. i '. N. Y is
expected to pu. a strui? ngKregatlon in
the field. Ivwcit, 'IS, this jcai's cap
lain: Illlsky. 'li. and Schrelber. l:.
will form a nucleus of veterans, while
'cliaplrn. '21, a foimer Morils High
School star: Itablnovvltr. 21, who per-
Tornied for Tonusend Harris Hall, ami
Ilunslg, -21, another Monis player, will
j no some sirong leentorcing
BENSONHURST F. C. ELECTS.
Marsh.,, Chosen Preside,,, ..,
elece 1 i.l
oilicciH for this year were
the membeis of llio Beiisonhurst Field
Club nt the annual meeting held at the
clubhouse In Hhlier Park yesterday. The
new board consb:ts of the following:
C. i:. Marshall, presMenf, A. H. Bailey,
(list vice-president: !. Delvalle, second
vice-president ; F. M. Franklin, third
vice-president ; C Gamier, fourth Ice
president : It. llelgrave. secretary; J.
Gautier. trcasuier: C. 11. Marshall, cap
tain: F. H. Franklin, vice-captaln : John
Kvelvn captain Hovers: W. B. Ottlvvell.
vlce-cnntaln : A. II. Walrnud and F. S.
Franklin, delegates New York and1 New
A. r. npooncr, w.to was a inemoer oi
the Ktaten Island Cricket Club several
vetirs ago, has earned tor hlmseir ex-
reptlonal dlstliictlnn In tiie British army,
He Is now a Brigadier-General, with the
additional lmnorn of I) S, O. and C, M
C. W. U. McWhlimle f the soccer tcaili
of the Stnlen Island Cricket nnd Tennis
Club bus I. ten icomm. n.lcsl fm the
Red Cross Tourney Instead of
I llllftsfcWi I aftiallkrAJtuior I
RETURN OF SPORTS
AT YALE ASSURED
Definite Aimoiinvenient Due
iii ii i-cw unys Ainieies
Nki-i 1Uvr..v. Feb. 2. With Yale and
Hcvard the on',;, rem lining larger In
ylituti. lis In the country whose sports
are on mi "informal" basis. Ell under
graduates are -o-day awal'ing an
nouiicenunt of a teturn to Intercollegiate
competition with lisht hearts. That
-uch mi announcement I only a matter
of a few da.vs and that Yale will return
to 'I,' fold of varsity sports ns grace
full.v a.' ii-lblc, l concede.) at th hl
It vi as announced to-dav that practice
the 'freshman and university H f.
horkev iims will be bld during
thr enniinc vveei: on Monday. Tuesday
and W..,lnedav In the St. Nieholas Hlnk
lo Ne Viir!!. The nnme with tho Har-
viud f.eshman team will take pl.ic"
.if er t'.- vacation at Ciir'nrldge. In a :
oobjb.llty o-i Feh-uari 11. The m-vt
.-.line ad' l-e with the Taft School
shortly a ft, t the Harvatd same. Prince
ton ha n I et replied to the request
lor n Bi ne. ;md the fcmalnilci of the
liedulc is not (letli.'.'e
Three service sn'.mminc league., com
piisina four company and batterv '.eanis,
have no'i i,en oig.inlzfd by the swim
mine nunagemenl at Yale. The first
ami second teams of each league will
contest for the championship, and final
to determine the interleagu
a-,,, ..Ill v. l,r.!,l .Itrrlr rn. the
l nitcts of Ii;.- jear
The i all hn - dread y been (minded for
candidates for the Pack torn and l:
ook as f a go-id sized -quad w I'! e-i'er
ti.e , ompet'tion fo p'.icc.
Yale oaimcn ate doing much iudon-l-'.iim-ig
. 'je In i-sadines when the big
dilve begins lu the spring. livery c'.
fort is bc.ng made to anance the an-
mini leca'ti with Harvard at New Lon-
don thl summer Th.v the o'd line
ciovids w -jjhi take
'he evet I
FARRELL FORD HAM LEADER.
Clioseii I'rrtldeiit of Athletic As
clatlon Other Srlepllons.
121,-c'lons for student officers of the
I'lirdh.im I'r.ivelslty Athlellc Assccia-
'.on weie held esterday tit till tho va-
. .inc.es caused by ei.llstiiieius The fo -
lowing were chosen to hold ofll, e for the
1 e jna i nd r of the collegiate yea- Fran-
,s V. F.irtrll of Neu- llochell,'. piesi-
Joseph .1 Daliii.ise of New Ycik,
i vi, .pics,ilnt . John F Cu'riin of New
' York, ti easunt. and Iticl-aid A. Kehoe
j announced ycsteuluy a game with St
for October 12 at
i Fordhnm Field
CONGRATULATES DRAFT BOARD.
, .... . , ,, ... .
nrla-.-I.e.,. rolls I ,.1,01.1. rllo In
Itefnsli.u Ilsriuplloii lo llllrhlr.
.U.,,1 tfatrh o Tr im-v .
San I-.am:isco. IVlf. 2 - If the c laim
of (ieary Stefreus. olherwlse Willie
niU-hlr, to excinptlon from i.nnv sei'vice'
Is upheld bv tl.e distil, t draft board'
liin In. tttliilil nu tii.ll iiiill 1ii-vlir Id.'
..j V-. q. '..ewK In the ophilon
, '' ';"' ,'t" comm. i miug -imP'i
, "f '"'. ,'t" l "1",- comniami ug . amp.,
i V"".'"; ,',.,',,r,1 '""""''e
! ,!i 'l1' S;!;,,,.m,..P",'.n.,l'.m
.cive.i u ,e,..-i u.i... .y, . -
congiaju mi. nn .. ....
"Fighting men would barn Ltixlug
nioic cngeilv from one of theiil Town
who when the time cnme. will I stand
c come." vyiu i vt.iti.i
enclvepiuid go with
said i. en. roltr.
with tlieni 111 the 1 1 cliches
thoiii over the top,
AOVIlll'V I.V IIII.I.IABIP..
A pocket billiard touinanu-nt for the
ladle.' Stale championship lias been ar-
ranged by Maurice Daly and the Biuns
, wick-Balke-Collender Company. Tho
comnany lias contrinuieet n Handsome i
ullver ttophy. Mr. Daly also will con-
.r.uu.r ...u...: .....t.. ... Fu-.n...v
severnl prises to we awarded the various
tribute money with, which to purcliuso
winners, asluo iron, ine regular prise
one will be given the woman making the
j longest single score
l'lie gnnies will commence to-morrow
afternoon in id will be continued for one
week, afternoon and evening, at Maurice
Dab's billiard ncademy, Foity-nlnth
sheet, 'in. I Bioadway.
FIGURE SKATERS IN
3 DAY CARNIVAL
1 Mngland and the West, but Col, Jarob
. j Itiippert, Jr.. who has been the leadlnp
V inoi-i,.,! 1 finliiio- Tnli-lll fftlxhlbiior of the --monk's luted" for
Allll'l It'll .s U'lUllllfc I Jill 111 IO lir,nly.elenl ls cnfl,,,lU hls
Compete in Crystal lee
Kink Thii Week.
In line with the sURgeluii of the
'Covernmer.t that se.jorts be encouraged
and nol .suppressed, announcement Is
made of a series of figure skating con
tests, optn to all comers, to bs held In
tne I'n-ftal i';,. nival Ice Hink.' Broad
wa a lid Xln"t -fifth Htieet. on the eve
nltiRs o' February T and S,
The Kasiern Skating Association of
the Ituern-itloial Skating Union has
trained a srncttou for the events, which
vll' lie held' under tno auspices oi m
ten II nt-rrnplxed JjCksoil Haines RkatinK
i lub! which meetfl In the new rinh.
Thr three Judges who have omclatetl at
.every Important fiuie elating contest
,n th.s roiintry. Irving Brokaw. George
H Browne of Boston and James A.
i Crulk-hank. have agreed to serve, and
Thcmas Healey has offered handsome
silver ( ups for the events.
I 'T Tor,ie0,es4r,Pnesadof t U fig!
I number f not the P"ne"
ure skaters, sjieclal efforts have been
made to enlist the intereat of the Bi.t-
1 urrrr cuui in ht- in-. ...... j
:. . . . . ... -.,, ... . ... , M
wtn..-r of the famous Hobim-on cup. on.-
of the coveted implHe of th Hasten,
Miss Weld will be reme-nbeied as the
dainty little society girl who won the
."plendld Htppodrom- challenge cup In
the series of flgute skatlnj contests held
at the Hippodrome last year. !."he not
only won over all the women entered, hill
also beat all tho men. Charles Pll
llnchum. who gave the cup. made the
f broad stipulation that It must J he won
turn times sua inav .n- n'"i ""M"n m i-asinir emries -ii i- lomenin- vn"
' open lo women us wen ns
parativeiy new re.nure or ssa.ing von-
tesis in riliscoumrf.
Wliu the fort eon Inr. ngni? skating I
contest was planned and Mis eld
nsreed to en't" she was challenged fo
the Hliqiodroiiie cup by Mrs. S II. Beres
ford. winner of the World's Junlc-
' 'campion "hip ii. Flvur-Sk.itlrg, London,
1H14. Mrs. Betesfoid Is now a New
Yorker and would have skated against
.Miss Weld last car lc.it for an Injury
to her foot.
In the contest bctweui these two
women ep-rt sknlern nercancrut toresee
the mo-it Interesting If not the most tm -
poitant llicure skating- event tver neiu in
j this country. Both of the women are
COUal to the best men skatdS of the
'rolling, et earn line an inoiviausi
rstjie. ai-.tl tne comrasis on ween men-
tstylcs will fmnlsh a fasc'i,.itln
Tiie local s,;ater enteieo for the tlil'e
e cut. aie (J, M Lines, now in the serv
ile, but not fur away and ready to de
fend his title fo the best place nmong our
.local skatnts, B. I. T-.ngel. who learned
Jhe sport in Switzerland and whose i
1 fisure.s aie said to he as accurate as
these skated bv anv amateur in till
ountiv: J. B. Llherman and otbnr mem-
hers of the fnii'.oii" i lists Skating Club.
i Miss nosallne Pumi. one of the beat
' . . ......
American sKatcrs, is enterea tor tne u-"..u n-"-"'-" mi ..ne ... .. umh
women's event, as aie Mrs. A. T. Biker, try. as well as several from Canada,
who made an excellent showing for her- I The show at the Park Avenue Hotel
?elf In the Hippodrome contest, and Miss 1 will be the first ever held for the York
F.thcl BUur. n oung society girl, who Is shire terriers. I lias attracted flftv
regarded a probable winner of the entries
novice event on Friday v'nl-is
' The figures to be skated aie selected
, from the International ptorram'iir, and
while reasonably dllllcull. are t'..oe
i usually performed by the !vi of the
amatems hereabout The orrts will
' hestiu promptly at S -;-.0 VVelnsda .
(Thursday and Fiirtaj oveninss
the ice Is cm up bv public ue
the contests public slutting will be pci-
MARSHALL SHOWS SKILL.
III liaiues In llxlilliltlun nl
MtiinltHneaus I liess.
I'I.i.muk ngalnsi twen'v opponents in
ins exhibition of simultaneous pla. al
" .ii'-rcaniuc i.iornry ' ncss .vi..
nun. 111 1 imaueijiiiiH, in.i rnuii), ri.iiie
.1 Marshall, the 1 'tilted States ihess
h.nnplun. i nine within an , c of making
' :' ' I'--"' wm-ii. The champion succeeded
in viiumng nliiitetn of the games mid
diawing the twentieth against J Itoblli-
flll w p,HV aKllll , j.nnphia
'at the Central V M. i' A. on Febru-
I a i v 20.
' Anottier engagement has bee,, booked
, ',,,,,, t rooUyn lujtllu
(v, , on Marcli It
. , ,o ,, ,j-Hliall on tin- open-
' f(lUo;.c,, ,'lVa simultaneous pe.-
. n ' . . . 1 . . . . .
hull s 1 lvan. Tho annual diuiie.-- of the
, . ,,.., nlllIlc,. of ,e
D lnelWtu (m .-veiling of Feb, II-
.-ry 15 will I- preceded by a rapid Iran-
St iourn.tl.ieut between eight
I leading mellopolltan expeits
O. V. Field was the fnsl to complete
. u Hl.hw,ulu , , anuui c'.iMHiplonshlp
' ournnln(.,u of tho Maiihnttan Chess
, ,-.uh yesterday by defealnig Major J. 11.
. .... , .. . ..t.,.1 1... .....
Hicks In the first game played by the
latter. Meld final score was I to 3,
Oscar Chajes, State champion, In leading
was Mo Land the only competitor with
a chance to tie him Is G. K. Northrup,
:i to 1, The stundlng follows:
, acM ,,
, Vi m'll.cka
Alfiod Scliroeder defeated Hoy T.
Black, champion of Brooklyn, In tho first
game of their match of five games up al
the Brooklyn Chess Club, Scliroeder had
the white side of a Roy laiprx and won
after fifty moves by means of a vigorous
king side, atlatk.
RECORD ENTRIES FOR
FOUR BIG DOG SHOWS
Wi'sfniinsler. Newark. Tomer
.iniiin iind VorkHliiie ( Inbs
to Hold SlioWi.
I'KKINdKSK WIN PH.USK
'I'll i v, 111 be a
' ue blooded dog,
buy ti uiitji for the
I'otii- big sho.vs havo
be-n np-jczed for him In t'-ls Milnlly
'a id ii .ii .'kf - that he will turn out In
force nl impIi. 'I he exhibitions arc thu
' Westminster In the (iaiden on Pcbruaiy
1'n to 'Jt livluslve, t!i Xtwark Kcnm
'lub on Februar- 9 and the I-omera.
I n!an and Yorkshire Teirler on Kebruaiy
is. Tho N'e-.vark tlm-v will b held in
the First Jleglment Annoty. while tlm
Poms will go befoie the judges In the
hallroo.n or the Waldorf-Astoria andths
VorkHhlres will hold sway i.i the Park
The Westminster v. ill probably be .i
record breaker. It nil! be held for the
benefit of the Amerltan Hed C'rns anil
for It an unprecedented number of en
tiles are expected for each bteed.
Irish wolfhonndx. f. r.'fit Dan.... l?o..
I !n wolfhounds and St. Ile-nards are
leauing the breeds In the advance, en
tries This ;ear the St Bernards are
entered In lintiso.il trentrt. frn... v.
i will again bo returned vit tor. He hu
'entered twenty-elght rough mile,', nmi
J smooths In an endeaver to wl , the sec
. jetair's cup. which has been buns: up
' for this breed by Lewis A. i:idriiBe.
."few Clasa Fills Well.
. 'ierman sheepdogs will have a. il-e
entry and the new class tor the coal
black Belgian sheepdog has rilled Both
old and new kennels will be represented
by Chows. Dalmatians and ltus-lau
Bird dogs will Iiavo strong el.iM and
til" selection of J. ltoblnou B'ar.l to
Judge sporting spaniels Is believed to
have helped the entries. Although awav
on war duty, William Zlecler. Jr.. will
oe represented by h!
Anir.tii. IK.,n I
I ollly !rby ,log lo win I'bc'all nae rhnnv
.don'to-'e. ! i
.p)0nstilp: Hlngllng Belle. Sne-kled r:wn
sm ,-omiincMC Fran!i whlcn Ilob .,
. MronR hefn natl(,n5 ..,,,..
.. Western and Southern field trial ,
Amone t,,e Knt,iisi, setters will l,e ,t
'Iam llBlrvbrn champion and
litany I). Klrkover's Fairy Beau wlnn--
' f ,he fle,J trl" ""'' h ced !,-.
, year and victor in the first champion!.!..,.
of ,h Amateur ti.i.i TrUi niu . .
tLC Ox. 2rt nTonUi. "
rirtrunwts iiunon, owner of the arcf -
1 51-:'. ?2rz ?"
,t,,i iiu over cveal
. 'M ' Dainin flei.i e'l. v "i V
ries, Mrs. Hodman Wanamaker and viir
John Philip Sousa
The annoiincemen' thai the Hnlld.-i
C!uh of America will hold Its muxia
stakes nt the Weslmlnster show l.j
helped swell the entry of the biiadoj-.
Host of Toi s lo 1iovt.
Otncr breeds whb-'o ale I '-eh
Pehinge.c. Brussels gnrtotis, America.,
foxhounds, Irish settet, French bu"
dogs and Boston terriers.
That the fanciers of The Boston tcr
tier are taking arat Ii etcst in tile
show i gleai.ed from the number of
special piir.c-: sent 1n immedlateh aficr
the announc-m nt that Daniel p. Hit. N
had been iiplKiinted Judge. The list o'
specials fills live and one-half printed
pages of the Westminster premium list.
The donors include Mrs. fleorce II. Pell,
O Abbott Newhall. Lke Blake. John
Wana maker. (5. W. Callow av and Henrse.
i .w importations will be seen among
the fox terriers, Irirh, Scottish, Welsh,
sealyham and West Highland wnlte
..rri.rs. Vilif enrtv nnmlnnllnn. rei.al
that homebieds will
be prominent In
each of these breeds.
The Newarp Pomeranian and To:l;-
-hlre terrier shows will be conducted bv
I Wilbur Purcell, and this noted supe'-
Intendent sajs each nil'
attract an ui
"oar Foln Show In Vrnapli.
The exhibition In New Jvisev will
'our jiouu snow, w tn a m-ijoi uy oi jne
llfty-two biexls lepiesemeq. More than
'-'" Poms nre expected to go before the
Judges in the Waldorf. Kntries have
i .. .i i ..ti Ae i&
Wh'le Phantom of Ashcrrft. an lln,.
hh importation, carried off stellai-lio'iot-
:it t1'- tdntli annual special: .
show, which was held in the PI.1..1 Hotel
fo the benefit of Tht Sun's Tob.ico
Fund List week. It was the Ameilcai
bred puppies vvhuh attracted most alien
tion Phantom, which I'.lbrldge !errv
Snow. .It.. Tmported nt .1 pilre ald to
br ti.3ui. was :reatl' admired and pi j-
lainifd a lr.iar. b -t li's praises weie
not sung any louder or longer than the
vounc hoinebiids. Ilxpcrts who havo
undo a special stud of the Peko de
clared thai never before did such a hue
lot of puppies go heroic a Judge.
Ml. Arthur L Holland scored a
double victory with her American bred
,loe. ller Cnco Tal of Ilydcgree was
best o' those undi r clg it pounds and
Wee ("boo of Hydegic-c -.iri-ed tho blim
among the dogs over eight pounds,
Of the little felloAS '.o- 1 vceeding '.x
pounds Mlso S)bll Ha., ei's Nowata Po
Pay wa.s adjudged best and Miss IOUlse
:dey s Yuan of sunni-nrid non urn
Pflr.e moi; tl.e ,ed rrul sa !,.,--. II A.
. Baxter's .'hu.n.uc .cored . t .0 . 1,..,,
' '"r biscuit or gray btu dle.
' A,r" 1,n",in'1 ",40 " '''ue with In"
A.nerl at, Lred bitch Douchka of Hyde-
Mi- M M Van Huien, president of
ii.,- 1'ekingi -e Club of Aim run, put over
a winner In the classes for honiohredj
when her ICuna of Suiinj fleldsi Farm
was declared bes, of the bitcr.es under
eight pound i.
Although Alls. M. 11. Harhy received a
tcveise when her champion Chu Jen of
Toddliigtou was compelled t bow befcte
' Phnntom. she had quite a successful
. day. Altogether she woo thirteen nb-
I t..n. Incllldlni fni.P 111.... an1 r.u..c. ,
I bons. Including four blues and rcservi la
For Late Sporting News,
Page 10, Main Section J
BV'KHY'f HINC, FOR
Price- .'iiul Ts-nrs to Miit
REPAIRS iY FXPERT MECHANICS
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