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gratis Mafc Poor Showing in Opening With New York Americans Giants Continue Job of Beating Aviators YANKS GIVE BRAVES COAT OF WHITEWASH Throe Kapler by Muddy Rucl In Fifth Knnhlos Huggins's Clan to Win, 3 to 0. iT g koii of. d. t cider wood, Oeeial Ptipttteh to Ts Sen. Vcrun, On.. Aprlt 1. Muddy Ituel pallfled for the elect to-day when his lotf triple to right centre In the fifth icr.inp rokc up the game and gave the Tankf'' a 3 to 0 victory over the Uraves lr. tii' Inaugural contest of the series (5e to teams will flay on the swing North. With rtodle and recklnpaugh on In 'the fflh unit two down lluel swatted one of Cinavan's swift shoots and hammered ti bill far over Bailey's head for three rises, scoring Ping and Boger. Hue! nftotrtA himself when Bed Smith wed llujseH grounder. Until the" fifth Inning Hugh Canavan, i young left hinder Stalling secured 'rm the Worcester dull of tlio ITaatern !,jruf, let the Yanker.i down without n hit In the meantime Allen Kussell wis t Irllnir splendidly nnil getting gilt ttfA support from the Ynntsee defence. SUrtit'C tlm fifth Inning Oanavaii ir r.cT'l I'ipi' with a pitched ball. Haker .'wed Wall-. Henry to Conway, Kodle '-ur1'l to left, planting Frank on third. On vi attempted double steal Kawllngs 'lirer-pel Canavnti's throw, Baker taking: iilrd and Bodle second, Pecktnpaugh i.t to Handings, whose throw got Baker tt the plate, llng taking; third. Here It was that Ruel Injected himself Mo the film with a terrific clout. Acting Mayor Isidore Raahtnakl hav iag decl&reil a half holiday, this town was In gala attire for the appearance t the big leaguers. For miles around he city country folk came Into town. ;h little fair ground grandstand was f'.Sed and many fans stood on the aide i.n. BraTe Play Bagged Gam. The Urates were In charge of Coach .'Kit Mattery- (..conge Stalling was ii nlr.ed on his Haddock plantation and lid Konetchy. who had been assigned to command the squad, missed tlio train at Macon. The Braves gave their lltchrrs ragged support and could do t ethics with the offerings of Russell and Moiridje. In the five Innings Russell was on the no'jnd lie limited the Braves to three 's altered safeties. Mogrldgo held the K-ves Mtleas In the last four Innings. "Hia Yankees got only four hits off the Knb!i ed deliveries of Canavan and 'ng Tom Hughes, but the New Yorkers r.ade their hits count, as the fifth ta ring rally shows. With the exception of Derrlll Pratt, tho still is a bit ailing and remained In Hscon resting up for tho second game .' the series, Muggins used his strong tt lineup. Young Ward played In Pratt' place nt second and conducted l..irjelf creditably. The Yankees fur ished their boxmcn with a stone wall (fence. Tho fielding featured were Mll .r's great catch of Massey's hot rap off is first ball Russell pitched; a pretty rablo play, l'ecklnpaugh to Ward to :p. In the second Inning, and TJodle's rtat throw to the plate In the third. Thleh nailed Massey attempting to score .'.Dm second on Covington's lusty single. Fctt Ilea Get On. After tho third Inning only one Brave rot on base. With one down In the menth, Mogrldge hit Rnwltngs with a itched ball. Itawllngs languished when 'onway fanned and Mogrldgo threw out Henry The only time the Braves threat t'ti was In the third, when Bodle'a peg the plate saved the day. With the exception of the triumphant fth inning, tho Yankees failed to work ins past second until the eighth. ' In 'iat Inning Clllhooley got a life when ILvalingss high throw pulled Covington 1 tV bag. He was sacrificed to second .Miller and stole third. Frank was sronne l when Hughes tightened up and tinned Ward and made PIpp fly out to Kelly The score: EW YORK (A.) I BOSTON (N.) ab r h o a el ah r l o a e Cliooiwrf 200 0 Or) Macsey.lf... SCO 4 00 v.!rrf 300 ; 0 0 Powell.cf... 000 0 fto lud.b .. 4 01 J 1 0 Bailer .cf... 100 0 0 0 :p 3 00 1! OOKelty.cf. . too 1 00 sit'r.Jh . (i ! 8 o Wlckland.rf SOI i 0 0 :.!! 411 : 1 OCov'tondb.. 10 1 t 0 0 tM-thu do : sown 100 0 00 We !U ? nAmtlh K A A A S A 5 l'l-,.lhr 100 S An'R.sIinra "OA It ""''LP :oo o 4 o'Conway.lb.. sot 1 lj .w..'.Svi v j u iteiiry.c... auu 511 , Canavan. p.. 200 0 4 0 To' :ni;0Hufhes.p... 1 00 0 1 0 ..... I Totals .. :tO?7ll 4 et'lel tor Corinrton In the ninth Inning. iw Verk 00003000 ol a ' j u u u v v u v v w u r hJW hit-nuel. Stolen buet-ftll. 11pp. Sacrifice hit Miller. Double tUr-lv, ward and Pipp. Bates on ball. -Off RbwII, t Ifi on bases Boston. 6; orl 4. Hit br pitched balU-w Cans ' 5 I'.iihofiifjr :. Pibp): by Motridfe. 1 wl.i Kila-OR Canavan. 2 In 4 In- i-n 0B Hushes. : In 4 Inniiurt: off Ruaaell. la I lr.-4ns; oft MogTldfe. none In 4 In '( Uru. k out lly Canavan. t; by ju. 1 by Rufll. l: by MorrbUe. " e of time hours and 4 minutes, Um- t - Mo.. Corcoran and McBride. HARVARD TO PLAY 8 GAMES. Sfbrclnlr (alls for Contests Wltfc tale and Princeton Nines. f'lipr.Hf.r. Mass., April 1.7-Har- ir. rwsib.ill i-cliedules for the varsity -il frejhn.an teaiai were announced to Jl' V.vh team has eight games. Two Caxe ead) with Ynlp :int Princeton are 'r. on'y iiittrcolleglnte contests on tho r"ity lift The ether four games aro " Kn o t,im. The season opens 5ru :i ttltl rinceton at Cambridge "it use June I with Yale nt New t"vc;i Th.' schedule Is an follows: , Princeton at Cambridge; May 1 "md . Nav:t Iti.sre at fainbrlclge; '"" .iUh I'lcr at (Tambrldfe; , n.t lev..,,, Mt A,r. u. y, nt Cam 1.,'..,' Newport Nnval Hraervea at if.i -5' I'rlnceton at Trinceton; The frt.ri,men s.'hedule Includes games 1 , '.urreter Academy nt Cambridge tpni ,cajemy at Andover :'' II, I'rlnceton freshmen at Cam fne May :5 aniI VaIe freShmen at Havin June 1. ir. vp -ro T)IK owNF.ns. jA'"""00 Apr" 1 I'realdent Ban r'""'0'1 "f Hie American League an-to-niBhi that the organisation ou.,1 not take concerted action on tho ""Z'OMl to start all games at 4 P.M. r th. djylight (iavlng plan. Kach . w ' " permitted to decide the hour 'W Urtini- Us own game he Mld. TKillllM THOU.NCB REDS. hli rtpru i. 1 no up. v.,, Amt'rlc""B defeated the Cincinnati Dutch for the wan ana easy Tle"rs Tim mmv : "iron Amrlrns inilnrn.. Nmioimls It. II. V 7 11 1 1 4 Iiaux. Mitchell nJ .Stanage ..-M'nrr una Alien, u lntro. Kill VIIl,Aii-W'IX.Kl, IloTijiow:. lid., April l.-KId Will won the referee's decidinn over ;i"Ur utUe round. FINISHES 15,000 MILE WALK. W. S. Chaaataa. T2 Years Old, Wins Bim Wager. Chicago, Aprlt 1. W. H. Chapman, years old. la here to-day, having completed n 15,000 mile walk. Chap man started from Baltimore. Md., March 9. 1916, on hla long hike to win a tvager of $3,500 put up by a club of New York. From the tlmo ho left Baltlmoie until he reached Chicago, the end of his Journey, Chapman says he has not rid den In a vehicle of any sort. He walked west over the Lincoln Highway to San Diego. Cal., making the return Journey by way of Arizona, New Mexico, Texaa. Louisiana, Missis sippi, Alabama and to Miami, Fla. From there he followed the Dlxlo Highway to Chicago. NINTH INNING JINX FOLLOWS DODGERS For Third Timo Boston Bed Sox Scoro in Final Session and Win by 8 to 2. Sptfinl Dt$patc to Tnr. cv. I.itti.e ItocK, Ark., April 1. The Dodgers met with their third ninth In nlns defeat of their series ttltli the Boston rted Sox to-day. The teams were deadlocked for eight Innings. Then the Boston men pushed over the winning; run and won by S to I. Boston had tt all overJJie Dodgers at all angles of the game, the pitch ing, fielding and batting being all In favor of the Americana. Coombs started for Brooklyn. He al lowed four hits In Ave Innings. Three of these were bunched In the third for a pair of tallies. JefT r fetter went Into the box for the first tlmo this season In the sixth and puzzled the Sox until the ninth. lie had plenty of nrnoke and worked a crossfire with skill, at times cutting loose with a .curved ball. The Dodgers were presented with their only runs In the first Inning. wyckoft walked Olson. Scott tossed out O Mara. Daubert hit down to Hob lltzel and was safe when Vyckoff mulled the throw to first. Olson scored on the play. Hits by Johnston and Hickman brought Daubert home. My ers and Daubert got doubles and Miller a scratch single off yckoff, and Bush after that,, but nary a Brooklyn run ner advanced beyond second. Coombs escaped for two Innings, and then the Sox got busy, Scott opened tne third with a scratch lilt that O'Hourke ought to have eaten up. Mayer poled a single to centre. Wyckoft forced Scott at third on an attempted sacrifice. Hooper scored Mayer and WyckolT with a long double over Myers's head. "trunk's Winning; Run. Strunk scored the winning run In the ninth on his single, a wild pitch nnd Whlteman's second hit off Pfefrer. Myers saved Jeff In the seventh with a corking throw to the plate when Hob- lltzel tried to score from third on Scott s fly. The Dodgers made three double plays, two from the outfield and the other a fast double killing from Olson to , O'Mara to Daubert. O'Bourke had n busy day at third, has seven chances being clean cut and snappy. Hickman was a Joke for Wyckoff and Bush. After his single In the first In ning the fance buster fanned three times. He was fooled by Wyckoff's slow shoots, while Bush got him on fast ones. The two clubs left to-night for Dallaa. Tex., where they piny the seventh game of their series to-morrow. The lied Sox le't Bob Fisher hero to dicker with Kid Elberfeld for a Job. Fisher w:is not signed up by Barrow nnd the deal by which Boston got Dave Shean from the Beds for Foster made him unneces sary. Dan Howley also parted with the Snr, going to Indianapolis to talk about the management with McGlll. The score : BROOKLYN (N.) I BOSTON (A.) ab r h o a el ahrhnae Olson.ia.... S10 0 I O Hooper.rf . S01 1 0 0 O'Mara.rb, 4 00 1 1 Evers.Cb . . . 4 00 ! Id Daubert. lb I 1 1 4 1 o'strunk.cl. . 4 11 : DO Mrers.ef... 4 0 1 : 1 0 Mclnnls.sh. SOI 1 10 Johnalon.lt 401 I 1 0 llnbltttel.lb t 0 1 IS :0 Hlckman.rf 4 0 1 1 0 o'tVhitem'n.lf 40: S 00 O'R'rke.Sb. 400 r. 5ft Scott. as SOI 0 40 Mlller.e.... 201 s OOlMayer.c . .. Ill 3 10 Kruertr.c.. SOfl ; 1 0'Schanj-.c. . 101 1 00 Coomb. p. V00 0 1 0 W-f koff.p.. :io 1 5 1 Pfeffer.p., 1 00 0 1 -'Bu'i.p. ., 00 0 0 :o Totals. SJSt'MlllI Totala. , 9Ss::ill Ore out when wlnnln? run was scored. Brooklyn 20000000 ft ; Boston 00:000001-3 Two base- hits Daubert, Myers. Hooper. Sacrifice hits Melnnls. Bush. Double rlT Johnaton and O'Mara: Myers and Kruerer: Olson. O'Mara and Daubert, Left on bases Brooklyn. (; Boston. S. First base on errors Dnmtljn. 1; Potton. 1. Bases on balls Oil Pfeffrr. s: off Wj-ckorf. . Hits Oil Coombs. 4 111 innlnca; off Pfeffer. 6 In 4 Innlnzs; off WyckofT. 4 In t Innlnzs: off Hush, 1 In a Innlnzs. Struck out Ilr !Vckoff. 4; by Bush. 1. Wild pitch Pfefler. fmplrea Messrs. Klem nid Hart. Time ot came 1 hour and 3) minute. TABERSKI IN FORM; TOD SLOAN VICTIM John Barton Also Beaten by Pocket Billiard Champion. Krank Taberskl, world's chnmplon pocket billiard player showed Ills skill yesterday In two games at Jack Doyle's room against Tod Sloan, the former jockey, and John Barton, n capable amateur. Tho fact that the champion scored 223 poluta while 1:1s opponents were collect ing 57 was not surprising, and tho chief Interest In the contest was In the won derfully accurate and ftulshod play of the title holder. At the close of the af ternoon game, when Sloan got 16 points to the champion's 100, the former Jockey explained that the track wan a bit heavy and he thought he would do better In another trial. The scores: AFTERNOON GAME. Points . 100 . 1'i It R. Frank Taberskl. Tod Hloun NKjHT fiAMK, Frank Taberakt. ..... 1 .:. Jrihn llnrtun 41 24 14 This afternoon tne champion mil play Kdrar Ijiverty, anil tn-nlglit To, Sloan will have another ti.rale with Takers!,!, Chicago ci bs iii:atf..n SaCrahunto, April 1. The Chicago Cubs were defeated by the Sacramento team of the Pacific Coast League here to-day by 3 to 2. The score: It. II. E. Sacramento J 1 0 Chicago 1 7 I Hatterles West, Gardner nnd ISasterly; Hendrlx, Vaughn and Bungling. WIIITK SOX DHAT marines. (Jaiakstok, Tex,. April 1, The White Sox lieal the Klghtli Regiment Marines here to-day by U to 3. It. H. K. Chicago Americans 11 la .1 Uixlith llit'lment Marine 3 4 f, Hatlerlea Honeruon nnd flchulk; le. Klcc, Freeman and Utwrenct. GIANTS IN CARNIVAL AT FLIERS' EXPENSE Kelly Field Aviators Provide Poor Opposition for National Lcafftio Champions. By FREDERICK O. LIEB. Sptcial DeipatcS to Tna Six. Kei.lt FIKI.D, San Antonio. Tex., April I. Camp Kelly fell before the assaults of the Cllants thl afternoon and It proved to bo an easy triumph for the McOraw forces. George Kelly, who pent the greater part of the last three .seasons with the CJiants. has gathered together a team of minor leaguers here who had Ihe starch taken out of them In the first Inning tthen the National Iajue champions rolled up five runs. The game ended In New York's favor bv a ncnre of II to 7. with Schaefer staging his big act of pitching the ninth inning. Schaefer declared that this day will always stand out prominently In his mind, as he struck out his first man. The game was played In one of the most remarkable settings In which nny big league club yet has played. The comesi was waged on n skin diamond, with a mountain of hay In centre field, , Hales of hay were riled to the height of three and four stories. In front nf the I hay wero hills of sand, each containing 11 .'quau or soldiers. Then, were no fences, and an) thing that got past the outfielders was a homer. There were si drives for the circuit, each team getting three. Schaefer yielded two of the homers made by the soldiers In the ninth. As In the game with Waco, nvla tors flew about as thick as mosquitoes In Jersey. Filer Pitchers Poor. , With any kind of a batten', the avi ators would have presented a much stronger front. After using up two fiz zles, the bird soldiers finally dug up Waukop. who knew a little about pitch ing, nnd permitted only two runs in four Innings. The soldiers had several big league recruits on their team. In addition to George Kelly, Spreltzer, the second .baseman, had a tryout with the Cubs last year, while Williams, the first baseman, was once with the Cardinals. The latter gave a splendid exhibition of !. making one oarchandej catch of a wild corker. Anderson, Smith and Schaefer were the Ulant pitchers. Fred permitted four hits In the first four innings, and two were Immediately rancelled on double plays. Smith was hit fairly hard, bur after the Giants had piled up a lead of 13 to 0. McGraw told him to let up In his work. Wales got away to a rocky start In the first Inning Ho walked Young, who etole t-econd. after which Burns walked. Zlm drove a homer under some tents about n qjurter mile from the home plate. Young nnd Burns ambling In ahead of him. Doyle walked nnd .tole second and third, nnd Pleti-hae nUn .1 ...... a base on balls. A muff by Gllroy en- aoieu uoyie to score, and Fletcher came In on Ilarlden's single. Tho Giants cot four mAM run. gift Wales In the third, while a lanky soldier pitcher, known as Heinle Zimmerman. permitted tnree more runs In Jhe fourth. By that time tho aviator retreat had developed Into a rout. Itlde Fred Anderson. The oung ooldlers seemed to hate taken a pet dislike to Fred Ander.wnn and rode the Carolinian hard. They oonntnntly reminded Fred to powder h! ii'tfo tilth a poder puff and referred to him tno'jt endearingly as "sister" Whoa Hill Itarlden didn't care If he was picking on soldiers; he was out to have a good day nnd had It. In thrco times up Hill knocked a homer and two single, stole two bases, scored two runs and knocked In two. Hill steals to bason in a game u often an Schaefer gets any etrlke outs. George Kelly Jut two nliigle.4 and IlodriKiiez robbed him of another 0110 with a fancy stop. "KelP alwi drove In the first Camp Kelly run. However, the real uoldier thumper was Gllroy, the third baseman, who collected two homers and two singles. The Giants originally were supposed to play the San Antonio team at Kelly Field, as It was presumed such a con test would give the soldiers a better entertainment. However, this morning the aviators decided they would use their own team. It gate them plenty of amusement. Capt. Kvans started to ast,t Bill Hrcnnan as umpire, but after tr.tlnir It on the banen one Inning and behind tho plate In another the Captain heuped the entire Ji.h on filg Bill's" shnulders. Some Giant.s gave the soldiers u tip to call Breunan "Chin." and after that HIU had a merry time of It. To-morrow tho Giants will try their luck at Camp Travis. . The Score 1 GIAMTS. ab r h o Younz.rf. .. 3 51 1 Sth'fer.tb.p : 00 1 KaufT.rf .. 40 1 ft Wllholt.cf. 10 10 Uurns.lf .. s 1 1 0 Teareau.lf. 100 0 Zini'nian.Jb 4 1 ! a li'nar.Sb . 1110 Iiorle.Jb . 120: Thorpe. rf . Iiid o Pletuhrr.ss 13 2 1 itod'ruet.aa 16 0 1 CAMP KE a c ! l) 0 0tark.lf ;, 2 0,Jilro.!ib .. I 0!willlnn,lb f. 0 1 'Kelly .ef ... I 0 llhprellier.ai 4 OeiHIfherts sa. 4 5 0'H botham.rf 4 U.Y. r ii o a e 1 I it 1 oo:j o : s no : i : s 1 .tistucr.i r. ftw.io. 1 0 o A. Z'miii. d,. a 1 I tVHiikop.p . ; JO'Anln.p. .. l 0 0! 0 1 0 Holka.lh. . 4 11 Mccartr.ib 100 narlilen.c . a 2 1 Olbson.c. , 2 0 0 Anderson p 1 1 0 SmUh.p.Cb. 2 00 0 0' Totala. 29 7 14 27 17: Totals, w 14 : is 4 Amis out, tut by batted ball. (lianta ... fi 0 1 s 1 0 o t c 14 ... 00000130 !-7 Camp Kelly Two base hlt-llnrns. Three bass Mt . Heinlnray. Ilomc rnns-H. Zimmerman, itarlden. Hoike. fiilroy Hlrrtnliothani Stolen tusea Dojrln t, Itarlden :. Fletcher, Kauff, Anderson. II urns. Double pla.-jm. merman. l)ol and llolke: Doyle, Fletcher and Hoike: Schaefer and Mct'arty Harci on balls-Off Wales, ; off A. Zimmerman, 2, U-ft on bate Giants, ti ramp Kell-, t. Hit t)IT Anderson. 4 In 4 InUncs; off Smith, 6 In 4 Innlnas: oil Schaefer. 4 In i inntna-; off Wales, ti In 1 Inning: off A. Zimmerman, i In 1 lnninra; off Waukop, 6 In 4 Innlnta, off Ar.lla. nonn In 1 Innlnf, Htmek out lly Wales. :; by Waukop. 2; by Anderson. 1: by Smith, S: by Schaefer, 1. Wild pitches Wiles, A. Zimmerman, t. Time of arsme 1 bour and ti mlnulc. Umpire Capt, Kvans and Mr. llrennan, t.OI.VMIIl A ADDS O A MBS. The Columbia baseball management announced yesterday that a number of practice games had been arranged for the rest of the pcason In addition to the regulnr schedule. There will be a par ticularly largo number of theso this woe);. Thin afternoon tho nine from the Interbnrough Rapid Transit Company will play on South Field. To-morrow ono of the battleships anchored In the Hudson will send up a team, and on Thursday the Inner Seals will play against Columbia, The next regular game Is with Holy Cross on Saturday, PKXNANT I1F.TTI.VG RARI.V. When Arnold Rothsteln heard that Ilnrry Fox, who Is featured In the popu lar mu'leal comedy "Oh, Look !" at the V.mderbllt Theatre, was nnxlous to bet on the Olants he lost no time yesterdny In laying; him two nnd a half to one, or S2,.r00 to $1,00,0, Herman H. Moss, busl nesi manager for the Viinderbllt nnd Belmont theatres, is holding the money. WILL AID BRITISH 00LFEBS, American Pro Association to Ex tend a Helping; Hand. Kxtendlng tile helping hand across the sens was the noller decided unoti bv the ! Professional Golfers) Association of America at an executlvo committee meeting hetij yesterday afternoon. The session was called to consider giving a portion of t!io association's war relief fund to the Professional Association of Great Britain, which has been hard hit by the war. More than 7E per cent, of Oie members of tho foreign body are engaged In war work. Furthermore, the association has no Income at present, and everything being done Is of a voluntary nature. Tho professional body here has approx imately 14.000 raised for relief purposes nnd Its officials feel sure that whatever nld Is given their brothers abroad will be appreciated. What use will be made of tho funds will be left entirely to the discretion of the British association. SCOFIELDMEDALIST ON PINEHURST LINKS Wee Burn Player Leads Home Bisr Field With 77 in North ami South Tourney. iri'il Dt'patr.'t to Title Si v PiNKitunsT. N. C. Apr. I 1 -The North nnd Smith amateur championship tournament opened nt Plnehurst to-day, One hundred and eighty-five players played the first eighteen holes of the thirty-six hole qualifying round. 13. U Scofleld of the Wee Burn Club led the hlg field home with a round of 39, SS 77. on the No. 2 course. Dr. C. H. tlaxdner of the Rhode Island Coun try Club, took 42 to go out on No. 1, but came fiome In 37, which gave him a 73 and second place. D Witt Balch of Cincinnati, Loula A. Hamilton of Harden City and Leslie Dcane Pierce of Ekwanok tied for .third position at SO. Halch played on No. 2 and Hamilton and Pierce played on v 1 I liuy A. Miller ot Detroit and Irving S. Robeson of Rochester, who had been relied upon to break 0, to-day finished In SI on No. 1. nnd are called upon to play their second round on the more difficult No. 2 course. Franklin II. Ontesof Plnehurst nnd Robert M. Mark well of Chicago, who wero generally ex pected to make strong bids for the med allists' honors, had relatively poor rounds to-day. Gates finishing in SI and Markwrll In SJ. Scofleld who headed the list is a strong f.tvorlte for the medal. Scofleld played the No. 2 course In 73 In the open tournament on Saturday, nnd an other argument decidedly In his favor Is tho fact the Stamford player put the difficulties of thit cournc behind him to day and may reasonably be expected to Improve on to-day's round when he plays the easier No. 1 course to-morrow. Dr. Oardner, who Is now two strokes behind Scofleld, pla.ts on No. 2 to-morrow, nnd Scofleld has a three stroke start on I)e Witt Batch, the only one of the three SO men who plays the No. 1 course with Scofleld to-morrow. The yummarles : Th following madft 0 or better: K. L. Sroneld. Wee Burn. No. 2. 1. 11-77: Dr. C. II Gardner, Hhode Island. No. 1. 42. 37 7: Do Witt Balch. Cincinnati. Nn. 2. 41, 3910; Louta A. Hamilton. Garden City, No. 1, 43. 47 JO; I. Deano Tierce, Kkn-a-riok, Nn 1, 42. SK--10. Guy A. Miller. De troit. No. 1. S, 42 -Mi Irving S. nobmon, ltotlister. No. 1, 42, 3911: D..n!d Par son. Voimastown, No I, 41. 41 12; O. I Bevker, t:kwanok, No, :, 44, 39 SI: John I). Chapman. Greenwich, No. 1, 41, 3s S3, Frank y. Iuif.irth. NVrth Fork, No 1, 4:, 43 44, Atliel Dennntn, Moore Countv. No. 2. 3J. 4511; Frinklln II Gates. Moore County, No. 1, 4t, 394; Treatley P. Mc r-KURhlm, Ilkwannk, No. 2, 4", 3t 85, Ilobert M Msrkwelt, Lake Shore, No. 1, 42. 41 t Howard G. Phillip". Moore County, No, 1. I, 39 IS. Waiter M Crooks, Mount Kverett, No. 1, 43, 43 46, W SiMirl. O.illlund, No. 2. 43. 43 S6. Ar thur Vite. lk Hill, No. 2. 45. 41 ii. Julian T Hlshop, Chevy Chase, No 2, 43, 42 17. Dickinson Bishop, DowkcUc No. 1 4i, 42-87 Allan Iwird, C'hevv Chase, No, 2. 4. 42 1", Col. J. K. Smith. Wil mington. No. 1. 46, 41 17; R. C .Shan non, M. Hrockrort, No. 1, 42. 4; 57; Will lam K. finltli. Brae Burn, No. 1, 41, 44 17; J. D. Armstrong Buffalo No. ;, 41, 4711; J. M. Jamteson, Greensburg, No, 1, 49, 39 IS, It. A. Ptranah&n, Inverness, No. 1, 42. 4S 8: lllchard Tunstall. Norfolk, No. 1. 41. 41 S4, Melville Peck, Virginia C. C, Nn. 7. 41, 47 . J W Wataon. Merlon, No. 2. 43. 43 ; O. Wyman Carroll. Jr.. Nontlch, No 2, 43. 4619: E. II. Plnniy, HprlncneW, No. 1, 4 4, 4 519. QUARTET TO FIGHT FOR MEMORIAL CUP Louis Servatiua Among Sur vivors in Billiard Tourney. Standing of ttie l'l.tjrrs. W. 4 11. It. 2.1 ti 19 41 1H 21 21 H 11 IS Ave. I'll 21-22 6- 10 21-21 25-30 :r.-32 2i;-32 31. 52 7- 22 Claude II t.enls .Taroti KllnKe-... Geurifti T Moon. Georue f Kpcar 3 .1 .1 1 1 0 0 Jr. Julian nice I.. A. Servutlua John 11. Low, , Charl-H II. White . Charles 1. Mather a Irtlns U. Miller . . . The players who will take part in the final games for the Poggenburg me morial cup at tho Brooklyn Billiard Academy are Claude It. lxwls, Jacob Jllnger. George W. .Spear and Louis A. tervatlus. Tho winner of the trophy will bo decided Thursday night nnd tho games to rtt-cido the pair who will con test tlio crucial game will be decided to-day. Ixwls and tiervatlus villi meet this afternoon nnd Kllrwcr and tipeur to-night. Spear won his place In the finals yes terday afternoon, when ho defeated John Low by 115 to 38. Spear, Kllnster, Servatlus nnd George T Moon, Jr., tied with g:itnes won nnd lot for the finals 1'nder tlie rule of the National Association of Amateur Billiard 1 'layers Spear and Kllnxer and Servatlus g.tln tho coveted places, as under the Olympic point system they had scored the greatest number of points. Lewis won nil hla games In the semi-finals. In his game with Low Spear managed to gather on tho short rail for two consecutive runs of ZS each. During the sessions his masterful use of the cushions proved Interesting. He closed his string with an unfinished cluster nf 20 nnd his average was S 10.21. Claude R. Lewis captured his fourth game of tho tourney through the me dium of his handicap, beating Julian Itlco by 11D to l(il. Servatlus, playlrvT consistently good billiards, administered the fourth firiilght defeat to C. P. Mathews. The scores ; Georr Spoar (115) 2. ft. I, 7, 0, 1. 1. 2, 0, 0, 5, 1, :;, 3.1, 0, 0, (, 14, 0, 0, 20. Total, 113; storage, i 10-21; high runa, Si, 25 and 20. John Ixiw (115) 0. 0. 7, J, 0, 0. (I, 0, 8. 1, 1. C, 0, 0, 1, 0, 0, 0, it, o, 1, Total tt; uvarnte, 1 1S-21; high runs, i: and 7. I,. A, Hertallus 11131 0. 1, 4, S, IS, S. 12, 0, 0, 9, I, , a, S, 1, 12, 1, o. 1, 0 0, 0, 11. S. 2. 2. . 1, 0, I, 2, 4. Total. 116: average, 3. 19-32; 111 ell runs, II, 13 and 11, (.', P. Mathena 173 1, 1, 0. 1, 2. 0. 17. 5, 10, 3, 2, 0, I. 19, II, 0, 0, 0. 2, 2. 0 0, f, 0, 1, 2, 0, 17, 3, o, 14 Total, 121, uteraite, 3 21.31; rlth runa, 1, 17 and 17. C, It. Iwls (115111, 4, 7, 2, 23, 12, (I, 0, 7, (l, 2, 0, 0, 0, 0, II, 4. C, 2, 0. 3, 0. o, c. o, ti, in Total, 113; average. 4 .1.2! high runs. 22, 1) and 12 .1. Itlca (17M 2. 5. 0, 3, 33. 1. 4. 5, fl, 4. 2, , 0. 1. 7, 4, 3, ID, S 1 2, S. 3, t, (I, 0, 11, S. Total. 1C1, atcrage, 3 21-23; high runs 33, 20, II. TILDEN'S TENNIS TOO STRONG FOR TAYLOR Youngster Beaton Only After a Itcmnrkablo Fight in National Tournament. William T. Tllden Id of Philadelphia reached the semi-finals of the national Indoor championship tennis tournament In the Seventh Regiment Armory yes terday afternoon. After he defeated Lewis Bry In the third round at 0, R 1 he disposed of Harold Taylor, the sctcnteen-ycar-old Brooklyn lad, at 97, 75. The Phlladelphlan's victory over Bry was accomplished without much dim cully, but In defeating the Brooklyn boy In the round before the semi-final ho was compelled to play his best brand of tennis. S. Howard Voshell, present holder of the title, created considerable sur prise by showing up for play. Voshell Is stationed at tho Princeton aviation school and when he failed to appear last Saturday It was taken for -granted that he would not defend his title. Yes terday the champion arrived at the nrnmry 11 time to rUy his match ttith Samuel It Minister, tvh ch he m at it t w Me,ri,it',lJ Won ,f 3.6,'jV C 3 at ' Taylor's Plucky Fight. Taylor put up a remarkable fight against Tllden and lost only after be had caused his more experienced op ponent not a little worrlment The Brooklyn lad played better than ever before, and that he failed to record a sensational victory was due to the fact that he was a trifle overanxious at critical times. In both sets he led his opponent a merry chase. In thn first he led at 5 3 and tho second at 6 2, but after gaining each of these leads he changed his style of play from the aggressive to the safety brand. In his anxiety to play tafo he missed many easy rhots. Tllden worked his mightiest to tho very end and In coming from liehlnd out gcnernlled the Brooklyn youth and took the match. Taylor's 111 luck came In the first set. Three time It was point set and when victory seemed within the grasp ot Tay lor the refercn called an out which to most of those In the gallery seemed Inside by several feet. This point would have given Tajlor tho i-et and probably the match. Although beaten, Taylor was lauded for his great game. When the flnal point had been scored Tllden rushed to the boy and .showered him with con gratulations. "Vou put up a mighty stiff irame. Harold. I want to congrat ulate you. You had roo worried many times, ami on two or threo occasions I thought 1 was bnaten," Tllden declared. Handles Service Well. And all other experts were of the same opinion. Tllden Is noted for hla rlfiellke service. Ills shots possess as much force as those of any player In the country, but Taylor returned them with speed and accuracy and until he had secured commanding leads kept the Phlladelphian on the Jump. Harold had no complaint to make about the decliion 'hatuled down bv the ri-feree In the first set. Neither did he offer any excuses fvc his defeat. "Mr. Tllden played a wonder game," was his only comment. That he had only Jut recovered from a severe attack of grip was not made known by him. He did not leave his bed until three days be fore the opening of the tournament, .but to all Inquiries as to his health he re marked thnt V.e felt exceptionally fine, Tilden played as well as he ever did, hut before the contest he was not over confident of rucccss. I have played I mloori much," he remarked as he went n the net. and I don t know how 1 11 t go. 1 l.-rrW!,.!.- n AWaeM.r 41k. veteran cnajnpion. pirtyea ono maim ana was returned nn easy victor, lie. beat R. L. James, S 4, 6 1. Dr. Rosenbaum, who, with Alexander, won the Indoor doubles title last year, continued his victorious career. He dis posed of Ceoll Donaldson, Jr., the Bay Rtdgo schoolboy, with something to spare, at C 1, 6 4, The Summaries. Men's Singles .First round G. c Phafer defeated A. Ilaasford. 44, 9-7. K. 11. Alexander defeated II I,. James. 1 4, 61. Honard Voshell defeated S. rt. Mac Alllster. C 1. -1. Cecond Jtounl C J Tost defeated Jamei T Allen, 9- 7. I ; Hntvnrd Voshell defeated J Morganthaler. 3 -, ! , 3. rr William Hosenhniim defeated J. Cecil Donaldson. -1. -4s It S. Parker de. feste.l f W Merrlhew. 6--2. 64. C, 11 Kmersoti defeated P T. Anderson, I 4, ! (14 Third Hound Wllllsm T Tllden de. tested lnis Ilry, 10. 41; If. I Bow man ' defeated G, o Oreni. 71, 42, t.lent Kins Smith defeated I- 11. Tlefe, (4, 62, Kourth Round William T Tllden de feated Harold Tnjlor. 97. 73. C0NCANN0N TAKES LEAD. Beat Grernleaf lit Two Illnrka of i Pocket Billiard Maleh, Joe Cimcnnnon. New York S'nte cliam Vion at pocket billiards, took a command ing lead on Ralph (Ireenlenf in tho first block of their 1,200 points match at Maurice DalyV last night. At tho close of the day's play Concnnnon had gatlv ered 200 points to 110 by his opponent. He won the afternoon block by 100 to US and tho night game 100 to 42. The scores : AI'TKHNOON" (I.VMi:. Points. II 1(. Scratches, Concannon (Irtenlcuf lno 3( 19 Nlr.IIT oami: loo ;j Concannon., llreenleaf . A. A. U. SWIMMING DATES. Schedule of lleinnlnlnir Champion ship Kventa la Annonneed. Pates for the balance of the national Indoor swimming championships to be held during tho Indoor season were an nounced nt A. A. I, headquarters yes terday. Tlio dates, events and clubs holding same aro: April 7, 17,0 yard bark stroke for women at Idnrn I'aik .iVnimlng Club, .Sun Pran-clsco- li. yard sivlm for women and Junior 100 yard for men nt Central llranch Y. M. C A llrooklyn; 14, Junior fancy illw for men at Neiniins Hnlmmlng L'luh, Hun Francisco; 19, Junior 100 ynrd back stroke for men and 200 ynrd breast stroke for women at Pittsburg A. A., Pittsburg; tl. Junior 100 yard briar, stroke for men nt California Swimming Club. San Fran. Cisco: JS, Junior 100 yards for mn and senior 210 yard for men at I.os Angeles A. C, los Angeles, 28, senior 100 yards for men at Neptune Swimming Club, nn Kranrlaco; M ards for women at Califor nia Hwlmmlng Club, Han Fmueltvo. LOVfiFKLLOWH TUIUMPlr. Making good use of the extra hour of dnyllght yet-terilay two soccer eleens, the Longfellowa of Brooklyn and the Contlnentnl Kootball Club, iilayed a league gnme at Macomb Pnrn Park. The Irfingfellow won by tho score of S goals to 1, Ml ILi, Meyer and lomss (.hot the winners' three coals In tho first period of play. HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS, IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT lly DAMF.L. I T'S an open secret at the fJrnvcrcnd track that Old Itoscbud, the cham pion of the handicap division last year, has gono wrong, and that there Is llttlo chance that the speed king will do any racing tho first part of thU season. Until a week ago Frank Weir, who trains for II. t,. Applegatc, had been giving; the gelding lils regular workouts, and he had been coming along In great shape. Suddenly something went wrong Just what It was nobody outside of the Weir establishment knows, and those In the stable re fuse to talk about It. However, we may hazard two guesses and come pretty near belnjr right either Old rtosebud has suffered a return of his old leg trouble or the Indigestion which laid lilm low at Saratoga last Aucust onco more has had him In Its grip. We hope It was only the Indigestion, for If the leg trouble has come back It may mean Old Rosebud's permanent retirement. The son of Uncle Is seven years old, nnd with unsound legs would not ncciimpllsli much. Aft.?r making ii splendid record as a two-year-old tho Applegate gelding suddenly tvns seized with leg trouble, and dlMippc.ired from public view for two season". Then lie came forth onco more sound and speedier than ever, nnd last year won moro handicap races than any other horse. He could always bo relied on to bo there or thereabouts, and records nltvnys wero at his mercy. Last summer ho became the Idol of the racegoers, and there was great consternation when on August 24, at Saratoga, he was stricken with Indigestion and fell to the track as If shot. The gelding had been warming up for the Rensselaer, and when he fell It was thought that lio had been stricken with blind staggers and that he was done for. However, ho came around all right. It would be a pity If Old Rosebud were Incapacitated forover, for he Is of no use for stud purposes. It he has reached the end nf his racing days it Is safe o say that Applegatc will take care of him until he makes hla final Journey to Horso llavon. While Old Rosebud has cone out IlilV0 ))0Pn mndr fo tlp ae!(1 w,,cll ls (onK lt, ,rnf. . cirnveKend. They r,,.0 Trn j, ,, Kye,,row wluh lia(1 Wn , ,,,, Tnpy ro S()ln(? ,0 , TOmo "wing this season. uid If their tork Just now is any criterion they will ! bear watching. Kyebrow's daughter, liyelld. trade quite a record last sum- mcr. Both Ten Point and EJycbrotv are owned by Tony Astc. A Calm Examination Into DayHrht Sarlmg for Ball Clubs. The extra hour of daylight haa aroused a widespread debate regarding the proper time at which to start baseball games. Some of the club owners favor starting an hour later than was the custom last year. Others want to go half way, while a number will start their games at 3 o'clock and adhere to the spirit of the law. Charles I Pack, president of the National War Garden Commission, ls vehement In Ms denunciation of the owners who would start later than was their custom under the old order. He wonts that extra hour of daylight to go toward helping win the war, chiefly through the cultivation of war gardens. Here In New York the war garden proposition does not concern tho vast ma jority of the fan. They could not find a garden handy even If they wanted tc go from the ball game to the rake. If starting ball games -it 4 would bring into the open air a groat number of fans who otherwise would not at tend ball games and would not cultivate gardens, cither thon by all mcnns let us have a late "Play ball.' In Chicago yesterday It was announced that tho National and American League games would be started at 3 o'clock. Here's how the situation looks In both major leagues: NATIONAL LKAOCE. St. I.ouls, 3:30 P. M to start the Beason. Chicago, 3 P. M., permanently. Cincinnati, undecided. Pittsburg, undecided. Boston. 3:30 P. M. New York, 3:30 P. M. Brooklyn. 3:45 P. M Philadelphia, undecided, probably late. Ed Barrow Trades Foster to Reds for Sbean. Kd Barrow evidently ls none too optimistic over the probability of Johnny Kvers'a lasting at second base, for ho has obtained two alternates. Recently life bought Bob risher from Rochester and yesterday he obtained Dave Shean from the Reds in a trade for Pitcher George Foster. Shean, who two years ngo managed the Providence club of the International league, was due to go from the Reds anyway, while Foster Is a holdout. It ls not nt all certain that Matty will be able to Induce -the right hander to work for the Reds, aa ho announced some days ngo that he was through with tho game and that ho would devote himself to the raising of hogs on his Oklahoma mnch. If he could approach his 1910 form, Foster would make a very valuable addition to Matty's forces, for that season he won twenty games and lost only eight. However, In the last few years he has been an In and outer and has suffered trouble with his arm Matty was willing to take a chance on Foster, for he ls very any on box material. Two pitchers on whom he had boon counting, Gerner and Conley, tho 19-yenr-old sensation of tho Texas League last season, are holdouts. Ham Hyatt Is Wanted by Brooklyn Club. Shades of Methuselah! Now It's old Ham Hyatt who Is to be recalled Into the National League. It became known yesterday that the Brooklyn club had made an offer to the Little Rock club of the Southern League for Hyatt, who Is wanted an substitute first baseman, utility outfielder and pinch hitter. Hyatt worked with Kid Klberfeld's Chattnnooga club Inst year, nnd he hit for nr. nverace of .334. He llelded well and stolo seventeen bases. In return for Hvntt Vilhrt Ilnhinaon v.nnf.i tn irlvp schnmndt. the first baseman from Lincoln. Let It bo whispered that Schmandr , suhJpct t0 raTy nrmy calli wllllc llyuU would not be called even In tho fifteenth dntft. Brooklyn Is getting little encouragement In its quest of Larry Kopf, the Cincinnati Inflelder and holdout. Cincinnati also needs him. The Lajole case Is very much up In the air. Napoleon has sent his case to the National Commission, which Is not likely to handle tho veteran as it would a youngster, lijolo will play where he wants to play that's almost sure. Fateful Week for Baseball nnd Boxing Bills. This Is the fateful week for tho Iitvson Sunday baseball bill and the McCun boxing measure. The baseball bill already has been voted out of com mittee and will come up for a vote within the next two or threo days. The boxing bill still ts In committee, and to-morrow Assemblyman Mc-Cue will make n flnal effort to get somo action. He will ask for tho discharge of tho Judiciary Committee nn Iltileji. which refuses to report tho bill out. If thnt resolution Is passed It will mean that all b!ll still with that committee will be brought to an Immediate vote In the Assembly. If passed it will go immediately to tho Senate. Even If the boxing meas ure Is to be beaten it is highly desirable that tho measure come before tho Assembly for a vote, for Uiom? who want boxing restored would like to nee how the legislators line up on the measure. It will be Interesting to see how many of those who promised to help tho causp of boxing will honor their pre election pledges. That the Sunday baseball bill will go throush ls cjutto certain. Tarbt Raring Associations to Rerlte Competition. Things are beginning to look up for yachting. Last week meet ings, both hero and In Boston assured tho revival of competition thia Kiimmcr liv two blir racing associations tho Ylicht Racine Ashoclatlon of tonK ishind nnd thn Ynclit Itncliii? pliance with the recommendations of Secretary of the Niivy Daniels nnd Assistant Secretary Roosevelt tho yachting bodies decided to contlnuo their activities, but not with tlio bigger craft. For the most part racing this year will bo confined to the smaller classes, which can be handled by youngsters or the older men. Most nf the clubs Jitivn appealed to the owners of flon, whether they will handle them themselves or not. Club officials have made arrangements to provide skipper.", mid crews for boats tho owners of which nrc away. TED CANN AN ENSIGN. Promoted for Heroism tiy Hecre. fury Onnlrla. Tedfonl Cann. the twenty-year-old champion swimmer of New York I'nl verslty and the New York A. C, nuw In the United State Navy, who was awarded the Congressional medal of honor last I'ehruary 9 for saving the U. S. S. May, has been commissioned an ensign by Secretary lanlels, occord Ing to n cablegram received yesterday nt his home here. His father, Frank H. Cann, is physical director nt New York I'nlveratty. Cann, together with another seaman, Ora Oraves, when the vesrel sprang a leak toluiileered to enter the bilge flooded with eight feet of water and closed the opening in u pipe connection . to Ihe sea. Knaign Cann. better known as "Teddy." i was the champion 100 yard senior swim mer of America when he enlisted In the naval reserves last summer. He holds also the world's) Junior record for 100 vnrds and the Metropolitan champion- , ship for 220 and 440 yards and half a mile. I,F.OARD TO FIGHT. I After putting the hoys at Camp Upton through their paces In chnmplon t.hlp bouts. Benny lonnnl. tho light weight champion, will do a bit of boxing on his own account, no iiiih beep tnatclifd to meet Young Joe Borrll nt Olympla A. A, April , Borrell Is snld to be a rugged combativo chap, and 1 will need It all. j of training two unexpected additions AMERICAN I.r.AOCE. St. Ixiuls. undecided, probably 3:30. Detroit, 3:30 P. M. Cleveland. 3:30 P. M. Chicago. 3 P. M. Boston. 3:15 P. M. New York, undecided, but probably early. Washington. 4 P. M., as always. Philadelphia, the "later the better." two tdaers. nn nf whom mnv Ii. Union of New Knglnnd. In com boats to put their craft Into commis.- CHAJES DEFEATS JAN0WSKI. Loenl Cheam Cliamplnn tlntplaya Prnichmiiii In Mluhlb linme. By fnr the most brilliant chess jet exhibited hi the m.it.'li between I), Jimowskl of Paris and Oscar Chajes, tho New York State champion, .t wit nessed in the eUhth of the series .it tlie Manhattan Chess Club yeeterd.iy when Chajes scored his third victory by an nouncing check mate In four motes after thirty-three moves had been recorded. Chajes, lus player of the white pieces, selected tho four knights opening, which was develnpvl ulmig the lines of tlio Buy Lope. The State ch.itnpion kept , the Initiative all through the game and I worked up n vigorous attack, against ' tthlch tlio defence of the French chain plon pioved Iniuleijmtte. Afier elg-ht gmnes tlio score of the match reads: Chuje, 3. .lanowskl. 1: drawn, 4. TO MOM) JIUKT A I'll 1 1. 1.1. rjntry blanks have bfon Issued for the fourth fet of preparedness games tin- der the auspices of the Metropolitan As- soelittlon of tlio A. A. I'., to take placo "t the Sixty-ninth Iteglment Armory on hvuiuhj, iii, 4 net i nn no no entry fee for any of the events except tne junior national uo yard ihamplou- ship ctint. I.F.WIN IIAHVUlIi 'APTAI.V. Camrripok. Mass. April 1 -llurnh.mi Lett la of Philadelphia h.is elected mm. tain of tho Hart-nrd varnty track team tn.da.t lie , a lung distance runner Last fall hu lid the cross-country team CHARLIE LYDECKER WINS BOWIE STAKE Bents Good Field In Innupnrnl llnndicap Mnliony Beats the Babies. Sptclal Detpateh to Tns Scs. Baltimort., Md April 1. A bla- crowd of racegoers turned out to usher in the sport of kings at the Bowie track this afternoon. They saw seven good races. Including tho first two-ycar-old race of the year. WI1II9 the Bowie Inaugural Handicap at seien furlongs for thrce-year-oMs and upward was the featuro of the card, much Interest centred around tl,- half mile dash for the babies. ine Handicap nent to Charlie Ly decker. Carrjlng the light Impost of 93 noundn unit .III, T.-i .'.. t'"adl' ,h. son f Atkln and . uy i. carried tho colors of E. Mc Hrldo to the front as soon as the flag J"" dipped and remained the lead until after ho had passed tho Jsjdges. At the end be wan a length and a half ahead of W.tior lady, which beat Wood stone fr .second honors by four lengths. .Mahony. a strapping big son of Reach Sand and Fancy !),.,, ow.d ln. Thomas c n i,.,i - ,. . Jutenlles. IK. ,..cteil verv croon u, ti, pot and It was only after much diffi 1, y i!"U-J?rkcy Troxl(,r gt him away With his field. M.ihnnv .... ,...... i' the early stages of the dash and was ..i. io run on tne outsido of the track all tho way, but he displayed a great bUrSt Of SOA,1 In fh. , , . finished going away. He. travelled the runongs In 49 l.r. rnuim... toy Mrs. William Garth, finished second and Cain Spring, belonging to W. P. ii. , . nnrl ena or the purse. The Eclipse Purse, another feature of the card, was won hv Mum Wo.. owned by Mrs. O. II. Clement. Tea l aody was second nnd Startling third. .-irs. Elements nay daughter of Irish Ltd sped tho five fnrlnni-a In 1 ,ft- rm, summaries : k Ji rr,,i. . in.".For ' ?r maidens: half mile- Mahonr, m rTroxler). 16.30, W.70 and l.t. unn I..iitni9, it. , . -71.. Aii'lE 2;';m Vt1'"1- Time-4H..t seconds. I'd.-- 1 wm Mti jicmirr ana Cftljrr aln ran. Pjvoml naof-Tlirr yrnr old ami iipwaM; flHimtnsr: !x uml on-lMlf fur-Inn. Mar W J; Mlrlinar. $7.ar. K yi ftmi M. won: FrM J . l.tuosim 'niTd Tim I '21 t M Innnsne. T ai Srelre. Lord Herbert. Utile Sweeper. Marth ourt. Tnio s Mecl, Dominion Park. Low 1 u.i'i i,fli"p.r also ran. Third Bace.-Three year olds ,nd upward: 5"' and one-hall turlonge: Mary Maud. 14 rMcAtrei 111.10. is m and 3SA. non: Tea lad.lv l'j 1.1. MrTaagart), 13 V) and 12 so. eronil cttartlinr it , it... ....ii . - .. T'me-i:7. Cartiiile. .sea beach,' Murphy, ln- w,,M, ..uiiiu xiirn anu iooau i,asa alo ran. Fourth Raee-For three year nlla and nn ward, handicap: seven turlonrs. Charlie I.erderker. Js (McAtir). 114, .;) and 13.70. won; Water Lidy. 103 (Rndrlirucri. 1 50 and 13 51. second: Wooilstons. lit (J McTncisrt), IJ.60. third. Time-l::: J-5. Hauberk and Pro ducer also ran. Fifth Hare Three j-ear olds snd upward: selllrur: one mile: Obolus. 117 (Mlrlliifi. Ill 60, H.40 and 3t0. on: Airman. Ill (Hut ellt, W.40 and 13.10. serond: I.aay lynil. 94 (Stalker), S. third. Time lUJl.1, Fair Mac, Eaale and Ponrlo also ran Sixth Rare Claiming-; three year olds and upward: one mile and seventy yards. All Smiles. 110 (Rice). 14.70. W. and f 1 M, on; Arbitrator. 101 i.lack.oni. ro 40 aixl (ii.an. second: (iolden Dam am, n (Hndrlguei). II in, third Time !:). Silk Bird. Kilmer. Yodel Ing. Say ant Doltna also ran. Seventh Karw-Claimina;: three year olds and upward: one mile: (.'aro Some. X Merr ier!. !12iS. 1(5 rn and 11' v). on: TranhT, 17 (Louder). 17.10 and 13 M. ee,-ond: Mono cacy, 103 f Alexardra). 6 n. Ihlnl Timi !:((:.',. Jaboi. lloxer, Perrettial, Richard I.srcdon. Royal Interest, Jessie li Fellcldjd, Huda's llroil.er and Amphion also rail BOWIE ENTRIES. nOtt'ln, td , April ' rift liner For maidens, tnovearold flllie; four lurlonis (9i . lions. 111: Ornionda, 111 Wen oka. til; tVe Win. Ill Wiyiiioilth lilrl. 114: I.nvln l.sdv, ill: Auntie, 111, Mrs. hate I.ej.bcker. Ill: Mllils, lit. Sei-ond Race :elli'ie, for three ears-oil., flip and one hslf fur'nnrs (7) M- It Ts.. mairr, '.C: Mls Fillej. no, o:iiiinje r: t'smlldste It (IniP . '"I "Ueoeee W Awr. lOf. : Sam ticket. 101: irrlnn Yell IK. Tlurd Itaci'-Srlllng, for 1hne vr fvn snd one half furlonirs Iti l.oMin, lift, u-ne-v, 102; Tolcrarre, 107: I."uie V, 10. lit i,-r Taf, W: lYciu.hj-, SO; Arron smith, 107; Onlco. 101 Fourth Rsc. Clslmln. fmir-yesr old and up: six and one half fnrloncs ilOt lle.ier Ksnos, 113 Klne llsirota. 110: Flrlnir Line. 105 sKllts, 100; Th Masqueradrr. 113 Widow Iledotte, ion; siironcho llillv. 10', Orderly, 111: silarlsh Sun 107, 'Kentucky llnr, 10S. Fifth lUv Claltnliiff, for four .tear olds and up, one mile snd a sWtcntll (7) l.ntlier, lit; Kminnt. 110 Ildilh lls.eisn 100 N"o. Hon. 113: Cnmaeho. lv, tVoiku-.g Lndy. 110: Clirlsluia ne, 1 C, Slilh Unco--I'lalinirff, fur f,.ir-ter-nMs snl up; one mile and a sUteeuth (101 lnipre.nn, 117: ltills.csn. HI. Hsbv .l'ler 101. spiora rinrh, It", Stir I'P. Ill March ('..irt, '14; Last Spark. lyJ . Il'ackfur.1, 114; T,iUl-. 1";; Pesiitlfiil Morn, 105 Seventh llsi-e- Clstmirir, fnr fur res--nlils and l.p. one mile and a sliteerith IS) Part, wortli. 117. Ir Cracot, HI; slluda's llrollier, 109; Illllv (Hirer. 111. tlifuiita, 111. 'Ids. turber. W, (ills True, lit, (liory llelle, 10,; ltosesler, 107 First rsce 2 JO P. M Apprrntlee sln. anco c'almiil. WRESTLERS TO MEET TO-NIGHT Metropolitan I'liHiiiplonatilpa Mill Ilr started nt 'reeeii. The wriitlliiB cii.tniplnni'hlp.s of lli.i Metenpolltnn A A I' will be held lo nlght nnd Thursday nlglit at tlie Cres cent Athletic Club in Brooklyn Ko y class exct.pt the 10 pounds will bite ,i competitor, who at one tune was runner up or held a Metropolitan r National A. A 1 c.i.iinploMsnip. in ine n. pound cla's i Mulllnols will defend It .-a title ngnliiM Curl 1 lljeliult, Nntiunal A. A t. oh'itnpliiti, nnil llfteen mlicrf In the inr. piiuud diss, lieorgo Tro1 1i r, runner up In the Metiopollt.ni cialion and Nitlmial title meets nf I'.'IT, Will hate P. lliTM-b. Pulled State., Amu-, runner up In Hie .Metropolitan At-sneii. II, in meet of IP Id. as his strungeat coia petitor. fob r.M.i1" t i:i) iiovcits. A boxing tourney exclusively for en listed men in nil branches of Fnlted St lies nnd allied .services isterd,iy in mr.inged for Saturday night in l Twelfth Iteglment Armory. The New York YV.r Camp Community Service and the New York Atlileilc Club are stjging the how. Some .'o.OrtO enlisted men aro in this city oter Saturday ntnl Sunday. With "your uniform is nur pj" ail mlssloti th pr.imnters eviw. t to f t.: the drill llooe tn Its i ap.i' 'f . Tile nln. will. Ii la to have ns Us princpil pail . innts sen ice n.eii, is s, m duleii i, begin at 1 o'clock. rilANF.V WHIPS HAY. Pun tlil.l I'lllA. April 1- Conrc,.t Clianey, Hi" Baltlmnrn lightweight, scored an easy victory over Johnny llay of Pittsburg In a six round bout In-re In. niglit Chancy knocked tho Plttsburger tints. i ill the tlrst round and had a wuli innriiln In ihe remaining rounds I'lYll OltlOI.KS I'lllt MAK, .lACKsnNvit.i t:, I'la , April 1 I'unn Mink hns obtained lite players frnm th.i Haltlinoio IntrriiatliuialH They are Uiu tleltler OHh I a , ry, I'irst Haeinan I'ran els 4 1 rl n in. Pitcher Kills .lolir.snii and Catcher Scliaiitele. 'I hey will not repot t to tlie Maeknicn until tho learn rcache l'lilladcpHU.