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THE SUM, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1918.
Kaiser Bill Will Have to Do Some Tall Running to Keep, Out of Clutches of 77th Divisions Athletes' UPTON RUN IS WOH BY PVT. MICHAELS 305th liifiitiy Takes Indi vidual and Team Laurels in Field of 237. HKCOIil FOR MeOIXN P, S. A. L GUNNERS IN TITLE SHOOT Peterson of Evander t'hilds Leads Schoolboys With Score of 185. MISS ROSENTHAL TO DEFEND HER TITLE GANADIANHORSEMEN TO RACE AT PIHLIGO )PITTSBUR6 SEVEN . KINGS OF THE ICE Uolf Champion Will Compete Against. High Class Field at Flnehurst. Yiau, Lumsden and Ross Rave Many Nominations in Stake Events. National Hockey Chainpionn for 1917-10 Fastest Ever Seen in Amatcuf Ranks. ERASMUS TEAM IS BEST OTHER NEWS OF LINKS LOFT'S PAPP ENTERED DRURV A HUMAN FLASH V Jl , (ii;iiu.i: ii. txuKnwooD. Camp I'ptov. I,. I , March 2. With , 000 Miakl ' ""'diet ""In the I md enfouiagement. 237 nth1tlc Sum , fought 11 oul over a !x mils cro- ,untry rouro heie to-day. To-night) the bo of the SOSth Infantry are In v,h ftf nd are the "bucks" of the f,-tonmnt, fop both team and infll ildul laurels In the his chase over the command. . With the aid of a five minute handl rtp private Michael of the SOSth led Mn'e the Kg Pck and took premier In ridual laurels. Four more S'OHth Itl nirv boy chafed Private Michaels In i i osely 'hut the legtment harvested :tini Liu' el a well r.nlah.i.g men In first, seventh. Uth, eighteenth and nineteenth MCC. the !03tli kept I'd score, down io ,"? ..iltite, a margin of 11 point ul than their closest rival, the SOSth Kintt, which, with men home In i.r.th. tenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and twentieth positions, won aecond team i i. The 306th Field Artillery vti h.rd. with ST points. McGinn I p to Old Trick. Though only finishing In sixth posi tion, Corporal Harry McGinn of the LSlh Infantry, the former New York A. (.' distance champion, was tho real kero ot the day. Starting from scratch ilor.t with his regimental mate, Private Ml' Iyer, the former .Mohawk A. ". ;jr Coiporal .1. Scarlata, the former Millrnae A. A. lad of the aOSth Infantry, n.1 Private William Furlong, the for mer Irih American A. O. veteran of the SMth Infantry. McOInn worked his way up put 231 runner and covered the o'jtf In the record wrecking time of ;j lo It knocked one minute and Ave sreor.il off the former course figure Ull liy himself. The run offered a striking example of that army training Is doing for the v;iiih of America and fittingly shows lie advance In health, strength and gen- tnl physical well being. Not only did .VtiUirn. ploughing over a course Inches In mud, better his own former flg crtj, but Furlong and Dwyer also bet tered the lecord and Scarlata came vt: 3 seconds of equalling It. When the flrt of the run were held tier the course last fall most of the ih'etea complained of the stlffne of It. when McOInn himself covered the course for the first time he gasped, "Whew, rat a course! I thought they were ijlr.c lo chase me clear to 'Berlin I" The oure certainly Is a difficult on. I' Ii framed tn test the heart of the stnuiest, but one no longer hears kicks bout ll The rien have become so fit i h) slcally that they find Joy In the test. Several mouths' training here have made Mh'etes out of weaklings. From a iMe.cal viewpoint. If for nothing else. tV Serenty-serapth Division Is nt and inly for It work "Over There." When "iy hit the trail for Berlin then Lord le P the poor Kaiser Mil: When the leashes were) slipped on the t t pack of limit men by Capt. Frank 1 divisional athletic director, the r ers broke Into a wild scramble. wn they atialghtened out Prlvte J. M'Vey of the 306th Field Art"!ry was up i Ton' and the flying artilleryman K-ce tiai! for more than half the Jiur- Michael Take Command. Gome up the hill past the eewtg '.spout works Private Michaels passed th. artilleryman and took command. P'orn there on the greyhound from the tOith never was headed. McVey held tisr.d po.lllon till the last quarter of mile, when Corporal Weiss of the 152d rpot Brigade, who started with the o minute pack, came up and chl 'r?ecl him. The pair fought It out till 1U last 100 yards, when McVey weak .M and Corporal We! went away to i 'n yard lead. Weiss, home In second !ln. inuha more than a hundred '!? n 'he wake of Michaels. nf the leaders there was a merry attl" among the four scratch men. For o miles the quartet kept well bunched ' tr.y ut up through the field. At ' ami quarter miles Scarlata weak--'1 and let so. the other three cracks pjlllrg awjy from him. At about threo "ii f McGUm lengthened out and shook 'S 'in n and Furlong. Mike and nil! 'red together until the !at half mile, 'n he old Irish-American A. C. mm "rrJ up In a strong finish that the nrror Jlnhawk A C. boy could not hold, meaks well for the four scratch " 'nat from a field of 237 staiters ut nf the quartet finished no worse fourteenth position. The order of ,,iit among tho scratch nen wa Mc ir.' Mxth Furlong, tenth : Dwyer, 'hirtMnth, and Scarlata, fourteenth. Tho 'tf trnv nien to flnlsh and their 'T.M ,j, on The Plnlsh. ,, i;,i.nt. Ilanrtlrsn Time. . f. Mitisli, MSth Inf. (5 mln.V . .0:1I) . -0lB i Weln 15M rieiMt T.r. l! m.l.MtH i.r. M v'r SoiihTleM Art. (JinJ.Jrt'H, -.. v u n ... . .... J-rr. M.tk.r ,'.,' F,j Bi ',. ni.iiwiM "! ii iM.inn awm inr. mitin iu I ' V H.n...r,n. M6li Inf (ImL.CT.M : 3n4th Field Art. (5 i.).3l ,1 '!' ,r Kellr. MSIli Inf. I !)... 17 U 1'i'lf.nr, 30ih Inf. (acralcli !S K ;-li m,i 1M(,Ti soth Field Art. ft m.).J7:S rn Urn.rtn.n. 3th Inf. (t m.) al.O M Ii-rer, 301 Field Art. (scratch!. M :01 .4rn f SJ, irl.t. ?A.l. lt f.rattf.h) 'It 1 SurtLr. south Inf. (J ni.) 3:3 I'nifi, :it I' H. B, (S m.) . ..JliJt . r,, JS.lh Inf IS m.) 31;.t T Psni.r, ."ftlth Inf. fl in.). ' ' ' l! Inte, Kisth Inf. (5 m.). -1- I' hnfn SKtli Inf (S m ) . .31:44 ..Sliii . 31:91 I RAM SCOIIK. ; ' '" ' t 7 1: ii i-s: H1 M llflf 3 11 is :i S-I7 TWO BASEBALL TEAMS. 'ei'iind I iinlaam .Mne to Play Men In Service. ' fl'-st time In aeveral year f'Ol H ts i be rasi-Hsented by two ha ieAin, this 'season. In outer to .iommndate the service teams 'h'.'h 'f Hsidng for games, and to pro Mo more competition for the students, 'as hfn t0 have a second " th . Mason The baseball candl v u ('"' 10 makn 'h varsity will ' na e to n av on tlip learn. T in advisory board at a recent ir ailvo-nted a second team In n!nv rne.- "n e Hn, ;1, ,(4 n wa, decided yes. ' ti f th suggeftlon. Arthur " stee a -,f the Xe- York A. ( n i of the sliunnl board which SI'S II l.r)l,.l .tmapt'lalAi. a...h nil in porl r- For late sports see Page 10, Main Section. The eighth annual Indoor Public School Athletic l.enaur ilfte shooting championship yesterday got under way on the range of tho Animated Company or West Forty-seventh street. Eleven tvhoo'.s were represented In the opening tcund and all returned good scores. The Individual honors went to the team repreaentlnr Krasmus Hall H!h iSchool of Brooklyn. Its tam rolled up a total of 4s points, which was only t point better than was returned by the r.vander Child gunners. Kvander col lected AH point. Montclalr Academy' team was third best with a tslly of 4 points. The Brssrnus gunners, by finish inc first In the opening day's shoot, won the Dtt I'ont trophy and each member of the team was presented with a medal. J, I'eterson of Kvander Child, was the best gunner. Peterson had a tally of IS", polntr, wlile"! was the best Individual "cole ret-.Tt ed by any of the contestant fnt the day. He missed fifteen shots The summaries : ERASMUS HAM.. KdwanH ... . lis. STfYVKSAST Tanparo it . MrGorern 1IJ Vfshlers , )Si warden . . . His Cfal M Abel 1 rtesaker. 11: Totr m ' Toial la. KVANDER CHILD. MORRIS 1ST TKa' Barrett iza . Bernstein 11 Schwark 1C7 Weyand M Kublnian l Vflilte !: Peterson ls Botk CI Total CURTI. M i Total JT1 MORRIS 2D TKAM. . 10 . iti Strom K lit tviilttker lot 101 Moycket US 121 Sllterman o Rood rich rower Cochrane Mlchell 11 Mt Total j:j rWYITT CMNTON. MONTCIUlR ACAD. Solomon IK Dodit lie Herman Si Sharman Ii: OuntalU Vi Cunnlnibam. . .. 11? Cbapln 121 Moore 1S3 Total 411 Tots) RICHMOND HIM.. JAMAICA. Skedmore i; Wehle Smith It7 , Gray. K Chatten M Wetner ,. rreston 3v 1 firr. J 4W 111 106 US 117 Totl BOYS' 1I10H FoumI Clark r: ' Total I Hi no Kawahck US Schsuls lis Toial REFEREE FORFEITS GAME. V. V. V. Com Hierclal Hertnent Klr Reateit Itjr St. refer'. St. Peter's Prep basketball team ot New Jersey yesterday was awarded a vlntory over the Commercial Department Ave of New York University by Referee Goldberg of the Greenwich House court when the local refused to abide by a decision of the leferee and walked off the floor. There was still three minutes to fdy when N. Y. U. ojilt the game and the score at this stage was only 33 to IS In favor of the Jeraey tem. Referee Goldberg called a foul on the local team and the N. Y V. refused to abide by the decision. The lineup . 9t rater's (li X V f. till. Rtspleton.. .. Left forward voslnltaer J. McLaughlin. Iltglit forward , I'lnatlnen I'.McLiughMn. ... Centr l.i- ln Nolan . . . I .eft giisr.1 Mandalbaum Egan Itlghl suarrt . . McAullfN rield goala Sisilton J McLaughlin :. I'. McLaughlin J. Nolan. Egan i. Voal nltaer. l'lniilnen. Irvine J. Cloali from foul J. McLaughlin 1J. Levlne 14, Itf ,rrr Mr Oolflhers, .'aa Schonl Time of lialvfB 0 minutes, WESTERNHORSES WIN BLUE RIBBONS Carry Off Bulk of Honors at Pinmhurtt Show. Special ntipatrk to Tn Sti PiNEiiuaT, X. C. March S. There were 121 entries for the thirteen clasiei comprised In the programme of the first annual Plnehuist horse show, which was held at the racetrack here to-day under the auspice of the Plnehurst Jockey Club. Contenders from the middle West outclassed the big field In many of the events and won the majority of the firsts. The blues and prises In the prin cipal classes were awarded as follow: Roadster Claa. Trotter Won by Vir ginia T., driven by Ml Helen Morton of Chicago; second, Fair Roberta, driven by James Townsend Russell, Jr.. of Washington. Roadster Class, Pacers Won by Aris totle, driven by Miss Jeanette Held of Chicago, rhildren'a Class Won by TTia Prin cess, ilddcn by Mis Betty Blcknell of Cleveland : second, Hannle V., ridden by Lambert Splane of netroit. Saddle Horse Class, Bannl V ridden by Lambert Splane. Hunter' Class Won by Melo. shown by C. N. Nlbbs of Calgary. nest Rldera In Pairs Won by Mr. Evelyn Spencer-of Denver on Fnrhon, nd Mr. J. F. Rausher of Montclair on Fire Flv. Hunters Won by .Sam, ridden by Mls Helen Morton, four perfect hurdles out of Ave. Halted aaa e Horses nan uy i i tet. ridden by Mrs. Donald Parsons of Yountrstown ATHLETICS AT C. C. N. Y. 770 Ktndent Took Part In Fall nit Winter Actlrltle. A leport on war time athletics at the rol ece of the City or rsew orn con ducted during the fall and winter Rea sons show that student engaged In athletic activities. This Is a high aver age, considering th I'oniplete registra tion In the day brsncn, which the Athle tic Association serves, is only 2,000. A wide range of sport vers engaged In, according to Lionel R. Manken!, who filed tho report, In presenting the chart he had drawn up Mackensle said: "The report will present a big sur prise to the authorities, for It show Just what we have done along athletic Ilnea for a definite period In a concrete wav, Vcrv few realize the large num ber of men trained In athletic for a single term." Coach Muckenales chart follows: Freshman sophomore Intra- Inler Activities, claaa. class. Pushhall ... Tug of war Klar rush Cans sprees Track men, I'rn.s country. . . Haaketball fl.CC Ft , SH , (Oil . 1 -' , . U T'i l',S .14 . , 19 :.'i 3iS . . SO 44 T.t ,. 43 10 HO . . 10 J'l . . . II ,. .. 41 0 . . . . 40 . , Vartdty Krehmari Teams. Teams A Jl IS .... JO It 10 . j Hwlmmlng niael . . " I u ... 1 1. m r.1. V. Track relns Vennl Its ! 1 1 Handball Cross iciuntry Basketball .,. S wj in mlim Soccer ... , Water polo, . . With the national and mettopolltan olianvj'ionshlp Indefinitely sidetracked, and the eastern association pasting Into a state of coma, tl'.tllat1 golf this year, so far as the women are concerned, is practically confined lo the South. For several weeks favorites from various well known centre have been breaking records and winning prise on Florida courses, and soon they will clash for more Important honors at Plnehurst. For a time more or lea uncertainty existed concerning the North and South championship scheduled to begin there on Matfh 23. Rumor had It that Mis Klalne Rosenthal, the champion, would not defend her tttle, hot now all such ffini have hern set at rest by a lele srnni to tins effect 'hat the Chicago girl will arrive at the North Carolln.i iceort to-niot row Tint Insures a high Has field, espe cially as Mrs. .T. V. Hnrd of Pll'sbuig. !"" B" V'. V.."""'.0' ' " "" iiirmr uaiionai line noiuer. ami .nit. . i., .. .... ... . Mrs. Hurd has been tuning up there tor some time, but the Merlon woman only arrived on Friday. Mrs, Barlow played Mr. Hurd yesterday In an exhibition match for the benefit of the Red Cross. ... .. ....... ...... I CAillllstlUllI urva in ivvs ai Jieiron Airn. iiurii, inrii Mis Dorothy Campbell, defeated Mrs. Barlow In the final of the United States Golf Association championship tourna ment. .Mis Campbell i.ilng AVrll. Year after yemr Mrs. Railow keeps up her gain, and only last summer in tour iiamnts about i'hlladelphta she uon fresh honor. In addition to being ruti nerup In two national event Mrs. Har low has won both the Ksstern and Phil adelphia Golf- Association, titles. Another Philadelphia player who Is doing well this seaso'i Is Mlsa Kthel Campbell. She won the recent Florldu State cimmplonihtp tournament at Palm Ileach, defeating Mrs. C. .7. Fe'.ber of La Crosse tn the final. It was In the qualifica tion test that Miss Campbell established a new women's record for the links. She ha ben prominent In Philadelphia golf circle for a number of years. Miss Campbell Is expected to leave Florida for Plnehurst In a few days. Mr. G. K. Morrow of Grt Neck and Miss Helen Morrison of Pittsburg have slso been playing at the top of their game. On Friday they met In the final round of the Bellealr Club cl amptoiishlp, and Mr. Morrow won, Ml is Monlson ha a fine long game that give an ad vantage over many woman golfers, and wnen in a nappy putting vein she can give most any one a hard match. Mrs. Morro.r is also displaying greater steadi ness than ever before. Advantage far Outdoor Goiter. Ha th indoor trained golfer got any chance against the tournament regu lar'.' wa a question put to a number of well known professionals at the Wana maker school yesterday. While all had a good word for Indoor Instruction they also agreed that the chap who gets hi I sou in u oouiii uuiii mo .iu. ' I ?any sprins; nan ii mivaiiissn over me housed epeclmen. Tom McXamara, former metropolitan open champion, said ; "It Isn't the failure to hit the ball cleanly that molt handicaps a fellow who steps on the "inks after weeks In-1 arrntli, Frederick Houmsn, William doors. It I hi Inability to Judge dl. j r,rth, Lewis Garth. Cornellu Fel tnce. When you drive Into a net :3 jow-es, l-niis Feuslel, F. R Doctor, feet away you know by the feel whether Thomas Clvde, Glfford A Cochran. P. or not It has been a well hit ball, butA- rlatk, the rBumt Stable. James you can only Imnglne the distance i Arthur. Col. W. K. Apn'.egnte. H. C. Ap- "I would not be afraid of the outcome , ..,i nirhir tf I'lmm of a match with a man on a mountain i course provided he was not accustomed i to such conamons, even ir oraiiuirny , his game were six strokes better than mine. With mountains for a background the stranger la often hopelessly at sea when It comes to selecting the proper ( club. He Is liable to take a mashlo ( when a wooden club would have been i the proper thing. It's the ame principle when person leaves tho Indoor game , and starts playing outside. For a time M i loss, wnen ll cornea io juuins; ma- tance. .Tamea Maiden, the Nassau "pro." called attention to another angle, sug gestive of th mental hazard. He when one suddenly finds himself on the first tee of a golf course, the change from the cramped conflnea ot the court sort of bewilders the pUer for while The abience of anything to aim at Is felt, and for a time there Is a lncu or ctr.fldence, always fatal to success. Honor Roll for Kolfer. When he ent the bills out for the annual dues K. P. Holden, Jr., eecie tary of the New Jersey State Golf Asso ciation, also made a request to the clubs that they let him have th names of members who have entered the country's service In one branch or another. The Idea of the New Jersey body Is to com pile an honor roll somewhat along the llneii of the one which the V. S. (3, A. has been working on. Thus far the ie sponses have been coming In slowly and Holden says that If they don't get their names In soon the chances are that such clubs will have to bo omitted when, the list l compiled for publication In the association's year book. Oswald Klrkby, the metropolitan and New Jersey champion, who ha been sticking close to builnee 11 winter, ha derided lo take a few day off. He will of course spend a Urge part of the time on the link and al present his plan Is to plav at Seaview, that attractive circuit withlii a few mile of Atlantic City. K.rkby han't hit a ball at Knglewood alive last fall, and aays he Is anxious to limber up agln. Ttecaidlnc the plan being worked out I by the Professional dolfers' Association to have the Red Cross events divided I Into two sections, the middle West and 1 the Hast, thla easoti, local "pros" ap pear to look with favor. The foreign born also Ilk the Idea of being able to i Join force In a tt of strength against J the homebred. The topsawyera among the Scot and Kngllsh, to ay Homing ot two or three prominent Irish players, would form a combination hard lo beat. An nmataur team worth while might also be whipped Into line. I.at year there wa scarcely time enough to get the representative playeis together. Tentative acceptance had been seemed tiom a number of the high lights, who at the eleventh hour sent regrets. Permit eeiled for Certain Flh. A bill to a-ieiul the conservation law In relation f placing fish In certain waters r.s bien Intioduced by Senator Walton. All fifch other than native brook ttout. Ink trout, frostflsh, white fish and srm.it are prohibited to be placed lr private or public waters unless permission Is first obtained from the Conservation Commission In writing. Th section dots not apply to mlnpow used for bait. fUYRK rg GftACi, March 2. Wilfrid Vlau of Montreal and John I.umiden of Ottawa, who are wintering strong string of thoroughbred at Penning track, and J, K, U Hoe of Montreal, whose atable j bred. I at Yarrow Bra farm, near Laurel, arc among the heaviest of the nominator In the stakes to be decided at Havre de Orace In the course of the coming iprlng meeting of the Harford Agricultural and Hreeder Association. The Havre do Grace mettlng will run through the last fortnight ot April. .Mr. no has named hi $10,000 Broomstick four-yar-old Cudgel and Hi Imported t-year-oll Htllhampton, Wlgstone. Hounl Dance and Corn Ex change for tbe Havre cle ftrare stakes for horses of mature age. Mr. Vlau has I made similar engagements for his four- i year-olds Wesfy Hngsn. winner Isst fsll i of the Howie Cup at Plmllco. and Omi Khivvam. winner of the Kentucky Derby srd l.nuience Heallistloi stake of 1M7. Mr. I.umsden hs put in nomlna Itlon 1,1. strannln. four-year-old Bad,.- , . j .w .14. i.- rtf l lor a HI s and hi three-year-olds K. or i K. and Maucha. Obviously It t the Intention of fie trainers of theae horses to race their S-yr-old at Hvre de Oroe with . ... ... . .i. . afiAA v'- 01 ixa,ViA0Ll,JZ. Ml , . I 'realities and the r older hore for ttie I Preakues and their older hore for th $5,000 rimllco Spring Handicap, which will be decided at Plmllco In May. In addition to the horses mentioned, Mr. Ross has named t'licle llryn, Flizwlll- lam. Dttnrosch, I'rls.Mlla Mullens, Valsls. Manokln. Foieground, Canso and Althea fir other of the Havre de Grace stakes. Papp Asa obis; F.ntrles, :! Still another ' significant Havre de Grace nomination I George W. lft' PaDD. winner of Ust eaon's Futurity. He hs iheen named for the Harford, Philadelphia. Susquehanna and Wil mington .Make. Papp I wintering at Belmont Park under th eye of Max HlNH'h. and is said to be the blggeat colt at this Lung Island track. By naming him for th Harford As sociation's race -Mr. 1Oft Indicates that It i his Intention to have the Peter ijulnce colt readied up for the Preak nes and other Important Kattern three-year-old specials. Prominent among the ninety-one horsemen who hae made nomination for the Havre de Grace race are Sam uel D. Riddle and hi aon-ln-law and daughter. Walter M. Jeffords and Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords, and Joseph L. Murphy, a sou of the late) Michael Mur phy of Philadelphia, on of the foun ders of Hie Havre de Grace track. Mr. Rlddle'j nomination are hi fleet four-year-uld mare Yankee Witch and th three-year-olds Reveller 3d, Kd Plaudit and Getirnus. Mr. Jeffords has named his tliree- ear-old Red Sox and Mns. JefforJs has nominated her three-year-olds Dr. .Minson and Claiiuer. Th nominations of Mr. Murphy' stable are tn-e.ir-olcls, youngaters he bought as yearlings last summer. Olker Xomtnator. Other well known nomlnafur axe r,l(.,lard T -rvn,on, ,iri 1Urry r,yn. Whitney, Lewis Si Thompson, Edward G. Soule. Samuel Rosa and J S. Tyree nf Washington. James F. Johnson. Capt. William J. Press of Toronto : It. II, McCatter Potter. James W. Mc Clelland. Kdward McBrlde. r 15. Cle ment Phllln T. fhlnn. Kmll Hers. .T V.. Harry I'ayne Whitney will be repre- ..ented 'in the race for three-yer-olds smi nVer bv Tumbler nd Bellrlnger. His thioe-v ear-old aapliant are the maidens Johren, Speedster and Cobalt and the winner Ronnie Broom. Mr. Whitney thinks highly of Johren. which WOrked brilliantly last season, but did not rafe i,w,'s. Thompson, proprietor of jjrookdale faim. the domicile of the whltnev stud, hss named his two-year- 0f) half-brother of Iocbarea and Hromo fur the two-year old specials. This .vniinsster Is a son of Whisk Rroom and he could run like the wind last fall. Mr. Wilson's Piejktiess candidate I 1 Whlppoorwlll. full brother of Csmpflre, ' been drafted fiom the outfield, which Is In tho Wilmington stakes. Straight-1 Is well supplied with material. A. K. forward. Priam. Woodthrush and one Kirk, '20, heads the list of third baso or two others are In the stakes for older! men. hoise. FORDHAM'S TRACK DATES. Athlete to Hare Bnsy tlntrtonr sraon. tWMm, : 1CI- Z ( experience. The lemalnhig berth In Wefers. tho coach. Owing to the few . , r iaii0Well '"fl- K Mi--local meets, the slat, s not so large , Zui, "'20; il. K. un III wiiiri ,.. ' athletes wilt be kept busy with outdoor events. The only dual meet for the varsity thus far arranged Is with City College, but Manager Mulvlhlll expert to add several more colleges to the list. Fordham will have a tem entered In the Metropolitan colleglates at South Field on May IS. Coach Wefers will get his men on the outdoor track this week. Thte veterans ai left from Ust year's relay team, so a good four should be de veloped. Tho schedule follow: Varaltv Mt March 31. Nw York A C. me'a at the Twenty-second Regiment; April it, Pennsylvania ralay racea at Phil adelphia: Mav 4, tntarcleea meet; May 11, Itia) meet with City College, at the Law Isohn Stadium; May II, Metropolitan rol leatatea at South Field: June ;', Naw ork , (' garnet at Travera laland, outdoor In teriolleglatea pending. Freahman Maet March , fordham freshman v. Columbia fraahmm l Co luinbla Prep March , Princeton acholaa tic genua at Twenty .second Regiment. NFvVMANlTEDJrEATED. Fall' Before Attack of Mount Pleasant High, 34 to 14. Social !tPitch to T St OsiNlN(i. N. Y., March !. Mount Pleasant High School's haaketball team to-dy defeated th Newman School five of New Jersey on the local's court by a score of 21 to H. The Jersey five played well In the openlnr half, but went to pieces In the second period, The vlallors were able to gather only three point In the lt half. The score at half time w ! to 11. Dillon nd Stone played well for 'the locals. Between them they accounted for all except four of their team's points. The lineup Mount Pleasant 24 1 Xeman 114.1. I Tllllim Left fomartl Hay Plona , . mgni tortvani noyie Horln . .. .leture . Ingles Left guard llroiiaoii . Kranlfo Jaranullo night guard Relhel Field goals Dillon r. mona .1. Ingles '.', Hrnnaon. Branlfo. iloala from foul Dillon 4. Gay 10, Substitutes Realtl for Bethel, Brouth for Branlfo- nefetae Mr. Weiss. Mount ntaaaal, Tim of halves 13 minutes. i n.--n Ti i t - iw -ir I il &Jl"XA&'Jspa . f rv; -l.:?.," 'It X ..aa. f- vrf..". Ul. inkW fTVTP . K1 "wm:u a "i-' t-"j:;- " , ''v ,.sti it ' V ' ryvf,"se,t',ijt . Top Ron Left to rtfttit Herbert l"9llTer") 314'Crlnimon. right STlnsri rater point. Bottom now Left to HARVARD NIPS UP IN BASEBALL PRACTICE, Busy in SoUth This Week More Candidates Report and,x0UineyS Scheduled for Deland, Belleair and Palm Men Receive Lonjr, Snappy Drills in Cajre. litciiit I'eniiitclt to Tar Si v C'AMnniixii, Mass., March lUsvball at Harvard has n-stimed a more serious j aspect. Since tho nni.onncement tlut tne Crimson team woui.i puy many ii lege teams. Including Yale and Prince- ton there has been a big Increase In tha number of rntidtd'ites mid the oik ot tho men line been i.apler. Refnrc the chnstf In athletic rollcy. When the schedule Included Oiry rngaue- ments with service teams, the outlook for a successful scson was not encour- nging, but with the addition of the tin rlvals o.' long sundlmr to the llt of opponents Coach Duffy Is faced by n mora difficult problem. The umterlal from which a team of iiiilerlty cal- Iber Is to be selected doc not Iticlinle one man Vho ha ever played in n var- sltv Intercollegiate contest. The members of last yei.r's freshman team, which did not play a same, will bavc to be relied upon to fill most uf Tne captain the Important positions. and most dependable backstop will leave for the aviation service betore tne regu lar season begins snl ths number "f candidates at the first meeting was only half as 'urge as the Bquad that reported last year. .... The Infield and the position behind the bat will be the main source of troublo for the coaching staff. The departure of F. Stephens, "IS, from college has de prlved the team of the most likely sue cessor to the c.itrher's Job left vncan by Capt. McLeod. Fiom among P. Zach, 10 w : e..- "n and T. if. Gam-1 'i. -on ,h n.nn.tnt barkston vv 111 be chosen In view of which i-ach of these men hns'been reeeMng pe,.onl In.truc- tlon from Coach-Duffy In the tmscuau Rfti 'the mnehl" lVpf Jones, "Jii. seems sure of becoming the regular first base man, since he occupied that position on the Informal nine last fall and led the squad In battiiiK with nn average or ...on. At second J. it. Wolverton, ':o, loom un as the most promising candidate and bo will piobably have fur a teanim.iie i at shortstop L. R. i:van, .'0. who lias 1 The outfield and the pitching Marr uo not present as difficult :i problem with .evanl tn nvnlt.ihl msterlsl. Constdei-l Ing psat performances R. K. Orcs. '10. -and 11. Ward, 'in, ate slated ns out- j . , field regulars, sine the former was otio l'l'lllt'l'IOII S of the stars on the freshman team two years ago and the latter Is a hard hitter i , Ijii(I. "IO. and A. L. Pelraon, ':'0. In tho pitching department P. C New ton. 'IO. who also maintained a high batting average last f.ill, H. M. Krb. '20, who occupied the bos In most of the fall games, and S, II Johnson, 'JO, "who of all the candidates has thr inot speed, will compose a staff that will give CoaeU Duffy lit tie cause for woir.v. HOT SPRINGS RESULTS. 1'lrit T'are Three, year-olds ami up ward; claiming; pnr" l'0'i, al- furlongs: IVxklohoo. 110 lllnbl. . S to !, r, to S nd '1 to I, won; riln.i, 111 (lluitnn , .' to I, 4 to 5 an) : to second: Kathryn Oray. IDS (l.yke), 1,', t ' 0 lo 1 and . to I, third Time, list" .Mlklfula. Clav Lady. Dervish, A.ls 1 1 Thrift. Mary II. nd l.anghome aim rn. Second Rare Three-yrar-oldi and up ward: purse folio, slv furlongs Koifhngr, 103 tSamle), " vi 2, I U 1 an, I I io won; I'etrovna, 103 tWIItlei, to 7 lo lo and 1 to 4, second; lllllle n., 10T (Con nellyl, 10 tn I, 4 to 1 ami V to 1, t:tul, Time, liHS.S Mineral Jim. FellclJad, Canon llrlflge, John V. Klein, snivels. Thorn Bloom anil Itnincho Hilly ali rn. Third Trace Maurice llarnllup; three-year-oIJa and upward: purae 1700, nv and a half furlongs. Paddy Whack, III I Iliu ton), t to 5, s to I and oul, won; .lame. T Clark, 10 (Like), a to I, I to S and hut. second; Impretilve, 100 (PandL 7 lo 7 t 10 and out, third, Time, l:0 Hsnovla ! ran Fourth naca Tnree.year.oicisj eiaim Ing: purse 1600 : one mile: llloicorlda, 31 (Sandr), 10 to I, 4 tn t and 1 to , won; It. I'. Ilaach, lot (Keorhl. to S. 1 lo ;' and 1 lo 5, aecond; Lady F.leen, 110 (lt")b Inaon), 7 to 3, In 5 snd 1 to third. Time, 1:44 1.6. Tumble In. Daltvooil, All UrUht and llelmick also ran Klflh llarf Foiir-year-olda anil up ward: claiming; puis toi; me mPe and an eighth: Hah) Cal, 114 lltolilnaml, C lo f. n in 5 ami 1 id I, won, lie, I cros, 1(17 I lloill'Iglier I. 7 to V, 4 tn T, ami 1 10 5. seconi): 'I'h-irnhlii. II! (Wllllsi. R to 1. .' to 1 and fx-ri, thltd Time, 1 St .Muck rots, Mls Waters. Little Itlgger, Ila) bourn and Lady Washington also ran, Slth Itare I'nur-veiir-oPla anil up wnrrt, rlolmloz, purse Jjou, one milt Kaho, 107 (liherl), tn 5, 1 to : and t lo S, won: Mary Warren. I0 isierllntL I to , 1 Id I and a to i. serniul; Eailj Morn, 11 4 (Cray), 30 to I, 10 tn I and S tn 1, trill d. Time, 1.44, i,a,t .spark, Deauty Shop, Imiuleta, Dr, Tuck. lttclnut and Uutknall also ran. Drurr. riireri Joe Mct'iirml.'L fi'nptatnl, left wlaiaj) Roll Chnntlrr,' suli.i Frank ("Dink") Maildru, point Eddie .tgle, rlsvlit - Pat Fuller, colli Larry .Mi'Curnilvk. centre i Baker, ann. Pro Golfers to Be Kept Ceia Courses Jim Barnes Discovers New Boy W onder in 14-Year-Old Tampa Golfer. Sptrial Dt$tatr, to Toe Si v. Hri.i.rair. FIs.. Man.li '1 This week ,; uo tlr b:Rgcst wee!: !:i Florida for I.,. . 1 .t'KAFn .. til l.n 'lhii.nu. ' meuts for which upward ot J2.000 will bp lninj up for money p!ay"erf. Tlie )lrt event will be the one at De. In nd, lilch will occupy the attention of the pros for two days. After this aC- fait Is over, they will be Invited to Belle- air for three days, the fust event beltur the annteur-prn four ball match. whl"h U nlwajs a b!s event nt this place. On the to days following the Wen Const n;,en will he staged. The purse for this eient eit!ls that of the national upen chamvlonshlp. After this event has been ucckipu tne i ircuit juayers win do '- tcrtalned at Palm Ceia, where Jim Karnes ! e:nplned for tho winter months. This will be for one day only, however, and of coutse the money prizes will not equal that ot Kellenir or even nj'anil The field this v ear vrlil tot be ;i lirpe as heretofore, l",ut outside of the tint Ihat such stars as till Nicjiols. Mllie llradv and Walter Hngcn will not lee up. the class Is the saine as in most pro events. Among the stars who nr? sure to take pitt In these three tourmuieiits ate Jim Darnes, jw ; llut-hlnson. Rob Mr Donald. Alex. Smllh. C.eorso Smith, Alex, lloss, Nlp.ner f'impbfll, Jack Hobens-, William McFarlnne, Ceotge Kotherlng- nam, rat iioyie, i ieuuie .vn'iAon, rxiaie l 1aki-. Tom Boyd, "yrll Walker. Louis Martuccl. Dnve Hunter, Jarjlc Jolly, Dave , Ogl.vle. Charles Singleton and r.mmct r rem n. ! " Knthnsltl-. Donald Ross, who Is at present spend ing a few days nt Belleair, Is most en thusiast!.' over the condition ot the two .;r.ma L.i. a, i, I r-ili.-tu tint U'ltll rurh perfect fairways and greens the scoilng will be much lower this BIG THREE BASEBALL SERIES ASSURED Caiitliilatcs for Tenin Ilcceive Annonncc mont With Chpors. Vieii(i( Ht-patrh lo Tmi: Prsi.vtvioN-, N. .1 . Much R.iehll playeis heie ine.ved with cheeis tlie announcement that a series of catnes witn natvaiu ami i sic are v ,',.'ir,"5.",uth',,',r. ?.',', "'Hn e ., ti.. .eainn t: nrobabl v won Id other- ... . . . wise in ve iiecu in. mi k hiu in. .- dergraduatea engaged very actively In milltaiy training I It Is niobable that the Tigers will arrange one game a week to ho played on Saturday, whou n'l atudents will ho free from war training 4 lasses. The majority of Princeton's games will be with universities and tollrges In the near vlclnllv of Princeton, such ns Rut .ei.s, Pennsylvania, Columbia, Manhat tan and other Institutions about New Yoik or Prlladelphla. The possibility of the team making lis usual Southern trip seem rather remote. Ahout thirty-five battery candidates aie reporting dally to Coach Fred Da eon In the gymnasium. Mosi of these ate freshmen. F.rnest Savage, v,ho probably will bear the brunt of the work 011 the mound for the Tigers, and John Taylor, who It Is hoped will de velop Into n capable second pitcher, are playing with Ihe basketball team. The eojuad will probably move to the base-1 ball cage before the end ot the comliK , week. Mr. Dawson will call out all can didates within the next few day. Thus far the Princeton coaches have experienced considerable difficulty In conducting practices beeauae of the mili tary work. 'Die Princeton IS. O, T. C Regiment Is now divided Into Iwo lint-1 tullons, each battalion d-UIIng oil two different afternoons. It has, Ihcrefnie, been Imposjlhle to hold very extensive piartlie with sll candidates nn hand nt t'-e sumo time morn than two after noons, '3III1. (ilVVNVK HF.1T SHOT. Sptcla! Dttwtcr. to Tnr. St v. Pivkhiihst, N '., March l! Mrs. F. Vi". ftwyniie of New York was lo day awarded the Annie Oakley trophy for the best rifle score of the week at the I'lnchurft C.un Club. "hi ear than ever hrfors. Ross lias been over to Palm Reach, wheie he ya colf enjoying Its most prosperous i ae.tvnM Th(fl la Ih Irat .-Aar tliat th. " .... irguiars tncie nave nail the privilege of plalng over grass greens and the llew course. Tournament play at St. Augustine has enjoyed a boom this year such as It has not In twenty years. This Is all due to the fact that the new St. Augustine link Mre in perfect condition and have at- traded the golfers to this historical old town again. Oeotge Ixiw Is In charge here and I" kept busier this year than n anv previous season. The pioa In the South are not In ac cord wllh Robeit White's Idea of run ning another International tournament. They want onlj two teanm In the field and all of the stars who -.vould naturally P'ay tins event are Keen for a team "f foreign born pros to meet a team of American homebred To let the, ama- '-cur In this .vear or to spli-. up the (iicnt Hrit.i In foi i es n ou'.d only ninko a fnrre nut of it. It Is for this reason the pros oppose i iesiricm unnc.-i pian. llojd at Belleair. Tom Boyd, the Fox Hills pro. has been spending n few days at Belleair and has been consistently nround T2 In hi play, lug-. U bo can keep up this gait he will be hard lo beat next week. Hoyd and V: who would represent Old relan, w.at to phiy any tw o other Pat Dojle, who would represent Old - ; Charles Singleton report a good year for Mountain Lake course, where h has charge, but sa.vs no Important tourna ments will be played there. Singleton recently did a 34 around the nine holes, i " icquuru .-.unie icurnr piaing, Over at Talm t'ela Jim Rarnes, who has discovered n new boy wonder In '? the person of little Onrdon Gibbon, a lampa boy of It, has instructed the lad i almcst dally during the past month. 1 lie has been around the course lepest 1 eilly under SO, and Ilarne.s figures that j with a year's more growth Olbbons will i mike a golfer hard to beat. Young Gibbons hss only been playing lie game for n year At the piesent time he weighs slightly over 10o pounds and his wrists are not developed as 1 much as any of the other youthful prod ; ISles. .McUonnlil Hitting A ell. 'Of all the pros In the South now no player I hitting a better shot from the tee than Robert McDonald of th Jack- j ,m r0unlrv Club. The big Scot M1(, pyi,,,.- th, ,'cj,t nf the game , fU ,,, ,,(ni tf Jm of .luring the coming 1 " ' w' Jr.?" !.M? .iix'h iiuicmiisnn, rinn ii win no a nam ,r , tiem out 0. th. bl(t cnj of the purses. Dr C. It, Gardner of Apawamls re ccntlv )d4i around th championship course at Relleslr In 75 with a 0 re corded against him on an easy hole one of the best women plsyer In the South thl.i year Is Mrs. K, C, Allen of Winnipeg, Ihe .Northwest Canadian champion woman player. She gave Mrs. (3 K. Morrow of (Treat Neck her hardest light In the woman's championship that tlie latter won Friday. Their match In the Hctond round went lo the nineteenth hole. FIELD TRIAL CLUB FORMED. Plnehurst Orgranliatlon Will Stage Doe; Shovr on March 3d. fptctat nupntch to Tss So PiNgHttKtT. March The success of Plnehurst's first annual field trial, which were held on February 4 and 5, has led to the formation of the Plne huist Field TrUl Club. Tlie new organ ization announce a dog show to he held 011 March 23 at the Polo Field, A num ber of high class entrle already have been made and the .show promises to he nf decldedlv more than local Interest. Kiitric" close March 10 .Major J, S. Hiown i'i .1 S, Rrown of Montclalr) was elctr.l th. first pres. Idem. irfonmJ Tuft- is Mrcretary-treas-liter and Jay V. Hall Is vlcr-pretldent The dlle.'loiK Include 17. W. Hillings of Oceanport, N. J. ; Harry G 'arlng of Plnehurst, Frank llutler, Tom" McOraw of Pittsburg, Dr. A. El Atherton of Chi (ago and Julian T. IMihop ot Washington. No apeeJIer, hockey wise, more smoothly working, better balanced am Itnr seven ever took tho Ice thn tho PHtshurjr A. A. hockey septel, national champions o' 1017. IS, With seven Indi viduals, each a star in his position, welded In a machine whose combination play ws a delight to watch, the Jce Tl ratea wept all o.ipolt!on before them like chaff before the w Ind. The play of the Pittsburg younggtera was atrangely lemlnlscent of the old Cresecenl A. r. ot Hrooklyn In th days when Art Limton, Jimmy Shlrreff, BUI Dubby, Cub Shlehler, Sara Kennedy and Rob Wall were youn? and melting the ice with their fire and pep. Yet the glory that was the descent A. (", never approached the brilliancy shown by the present American hockey title holders Hockey has advanced and the class of pin; eis Ins advanced with It. From a popular viewpoint Herb Drury Is the alar of the seven. For gnrsl flashlnes', fleet skating and quick turn ing ability Drury was just as gpdy as Hobey Uskcr. Tlaker's main asset was hi speed and skating ability. He was shy In stick work, shooting and the nner points of the game. Fast and elu sive as Baker, Drury added some of tho uncanny hockey saitaclty of an Art Ross or Hod Stewart. Drury'a speed wa so dazzling In the local games that It was r.oxt to Impossible to stop him. Hpeali Ins of Drury, Ernie Dufresne, the cap tain of the Wanderer?, recently said: ila Blinding Speed. "Drury did not get a chnnce to show at his best in the two games In the St. Nicholas Rink, but every ono temarked on his phenomenal speed and dodging abilities. They should have seen, the hoy on bigger ke. Why. when tho Wanderers and Pittsburg clashed on tho Duqnesnc Harden Rink, Pittsburg, where Drury had a chance to work up speed, he sometimes moved so fait wo could not sec him." The brains of the team Is Larry Me Cormlck, than whom no cooler, trickier, master hockeylst ever graced amateur ranks. Possessing uncanny hockey sense. Larry's work was a revelation to the experts who saw him In local games. He had every Ice trick and strategy at the end of hla ahlllelah and directed the general play of his mates like a born leader. The position of Captain, chiefly -an honorary one, v3 held by Rrother Joo McCormlck. In reality the team was led and directed by the sagacious Larry Joe, however, played a brllllajit gam on the wing, shot like n. sharpshooter ami teamed splendidly with the lest of his mates. An Erera of the Ive. Russell Silver MeCrlmmoi. who. with Eddie Nagln and Frank Madden aro students nt the Cnlve rslty of Pittsburg, played a slashing, aggressive same, and his savage hootlng was the lunc of all goal guardians. Shooting from almost any angle, lie drove homo his .-hots with wonderful accuracy mid with such power nnd force behind them that he was feared by all of the goal tenders. "Sll. er" Is the 'Vcpper bos" of the team. Lovable and kindly In dl position oK the Ice, like Johnny Ever Is oft the dia mond. "Silver" brushed as.ld .ill friend ship the mlntito the team took the Ice. nnd hi biting tonmo hcathed friend and foo alike. His taunts repeatedly put opposing players up In the air, nnd woo to the Pittsburg player who committed any error or toll off In the- least In his play. Silver's tonsuo lashings kept hi mates working nt top speed. Rldle Nagle and Frank Madden of fered a wonderful defence In front of '3o.il Tender Fuller, and Pat seldom had tto bear the brunt of the bombarding. Tho Pittsburg point and covtrpolnf. splintered most of the opposing rushes before the puck e.3irler was in good position to dilvo at the net. Pat Light Hidden. Madden rvoser.ses splendid puck car rying and shooting abilities himself and his return carries often resulted ;n Pitts, burg goals. Fuller played a grand game at goal, but seldom got an oppor tunity to dirpUy his true worth, so stone wall was the defence put up in front of htm by Naele nnd Madden. Rrllllant a- was tl.e, Individual work of the players. It was suipa'isd by tin combination plav The passing and team woik of the champions w.is the chief asset In gaining their sm cess. Fol lowing the puck like hounds the playeva .ilwavs werff in nosltlon to n.iss or shoot. 1 and each of them seemed anxious to sac rifice Individual glury for the success of the team. Many times amateur sevens have a tendemy (o overdo the passing game and players who .ire In .i good position in shoot themselves throw away scoring chances by passing to a. mate Tho Smoky City crew' seemed Instinc tively to pick out tli proper thing In do. pass or socjoI Between the Pitt- boys' clever p.lMlng and their aMI Ity to shoot from all angles opposing goal guardians were kept on the quivive t 1 know where. Ihe shot was mining from. The team work of the I'lttsbr.rr amateur compared favorably with that shown by the, old professional Montreal Wandoters before ti'.e world war de pleted profeeslon.nl hockey ranks In Canada of many of the star player. ANOTHER ATHLETE ENLISTS. flailles- of Wllllnins t'olnrs. .loin the Special Htpotrh (e Tsit Six, Wn.i.uMsrow.v, MarOi J. William" ha lost Biiothcr ail around athlete In Radle.". who was con; Idered leadline candidate for the captaincy of the base, ball nine to micceed Klngsley. Rndlev has Joined the colors. He was a font ball and hockey man, besides holding down an outfield bertli on the varsity nine. No attempt has been made to le eume the hockey schedule since college reopened. lUme pending with Spring field, M. A. ('.., M. r. T. and Dartmouth have been cancelled, "Denny" Hoynlon, the football star, i expected to remain in college for the piesent year At present ie is cnnsid- erlhg enlisting In the Aviation Corps In Junn Unload of ac epting a West poll I appointment whlh has been offered him. EVKp.vTiiiNc. von SP Bowling Trices and Terms to Suit REPAIRS 1Y EXPERT MECHANICS The Urunswlrk-Balke-Collender Co.. El to Ii Wst ltd St. near Bros 4 war. ft