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Irish Free State Followers
Cheer Green Worn by Broeeo
and Deruyter.
Horan and Fitzsinunons of
Newark Have W ai* lteeord
and Big Following.
Mile*. Lap*
(imilli't and Madden 4?
( obum and l-nnd*i
ThomtiM and f^wreiU-e
tireiidu and Mi Nmi'ui*.... j j
Kelt and Eaton. ? ?
Broeeo ami Deruyter *??
IV Kuetes and I'er*ynn
Unit and knipkut. .. - j?
Hrlirurvw and Jeusert ?};?
Drobarh und Hnnley
Olixrrie and HoUonl \\
Matin and MeBenth
Horan and Flts??iiimoiu? 4.?
llfllo and Gaffney
vainer und Taylor ??
Uopttkv and F.rskine 41
Former Ureord?SO miles nnd 9
?lade by !.aw?on und Hoot,
V ?
Madison Square Garden played it:s
annual role of the melting pet of
sportdom with the ushering in of the
reason's second six day bicycle race
! oon after the tolling of the midnight
hour this morning.
Every nationality was represented
in the vast crowd which filled the
arena and almost all of them saw rep
resentatives of the land of their birth
start off in the long grind in searcli
of fame and money. Cheers and
words of encouragement from all
quarters of the amphitheater were
shouted as the riders began the first
circuit of the track. These wer* fol
lowed by frenzied demonstrations of
enthusiasm by the countrymen of the
Xo TrUh Free ?t?nte Tcnm.
The Irish Free State was not repre
sented by a tram, but those amon.r the
crowd whose Uncage traces baclt to t >r
Irish King Iveag'.i show:d a demonstra
tive feeling for ?he green worn by the
Maurice Brocco and Charles De ttuy^er
m-mbtrs of the Itallan-Be'glan team.
The Irish are nothing if not sentimental,
and the right color had a strong appeal
to men of sentiment and imagination.
Bo a trinity of interest* are apt to be
wrapped ttp in the Belgian-Italian pair
durinir the week. The ch?> rs and good
wishes of none will probably ring more
?r1than thos ? which emanate from the
Celtic spectators.
Aside from the many sentimental rea
sons that may favor Brocco and De
K"yt r, the psir have high standing In
the opinion of the experts. Those fa
vored by men who base their deductions
on the hard, cold facts o{ past perform
ances art- G Juliet and Madden. Egg and
Eaton, Lawrence and Thomas, Gronda
? and McXamara, McReath and Mafin
and Coburn and Lands The last numed
team won the recent six day race in
Chi'ago. ,
A t-am that is apt to quickly And the
path to popularity Is nvde up of Harry
Horan and Thomr.s Fitzsimmons, two
youthful Newark candidates for the
$50,0 >0.
Despite the fact that they are the
young st pair in the race they have war
records of considerable size.
Both served overseas with distinction
In several cngag2ment3. American
Legion members who visit the Garden
are unlikely to make them their pets.
At any rate they are quite sure of en
couragement from soldier boys and the
kiddles who come to watch the race.
Students of geneaology have already
completed their labors on the entrants
The research work shows that there
are seventeen American riders In the
race and fifteen foreigners. Four are
Belgians, a like number are Australians,
three are Italians, two are Germans and
one first saw the light in Switzerland.
Jnek D?m|Mtr th?- Startrr.
TJie C',Ie<"s who r.ppcared on the track 1
when Ja^k Dempsey, world's heavy- j
weight champion, the starter, sent them |
on their long journey were Uoullet,
Lands, Lav. rencr, Grenda, Raton,1
Brocco, Debaet?, Rutt; ,Ju;?eret, Ilanley, |
Ollvlerl. Mcliiath. Fitzslmmons, Uaff- !
my, Ka'Ser and Krsklne.
Kaiser won the first mile sprint for
the J20 pri.e. The field had cover id
about two and a half miles when the ,
member of the Little Old New York
team pocketed the first money prize of
the race. Damon Kunyon was the donor
at tho prize money.
leaders dui >ng the first fiv mile*
were Goullet. first mile; Onffney cond
and third; .Teusert, fourth mile, arid ;
Kgg, fifth mile.
The sc ond 120 sprint went to llanley. j
Loon Krrol made the donation. The
third sprint money prize, donated by the J
Dolly Sisters, was c; ptured by Hello, i
The fourth sprint money, given by Jack ,
Dampaey, was won by Ooullet.
The first man to retire temporarily ,
because of tire puncture was Deruyter. 1
The mishap occurred within fifteen mln- '
"Jtfs of the expiration of the (itst liour j
of riding.
Hardey made a spurt shortly before 1
o'clocl' that carried him f ir In advance
of the fleld. He wanted to rrake *ur?*
that Drobaeh would have a good posi
tion when he rell< ved him at tli end of
tli'? sprint. Ho gained hl? purpose and
a lot of applause from the crowd.
Drobaeh win well up with the lead
ers when Hanh y It ft the track.
Davison Wins at Belleair.
Gprria! Oifpnhli to Tun ff?w Yokk ;
Bcm.kasr Hbiomts, Kla.. M-' ch li.?
John C. Dn\ Ism. recently reinstated to
the amateur golf ranks, took part In
a four ball match here to-day. He was
peired with George McLean, the GraMy I
Sprain pro, again ' R. K. Stewsrt of
Brooklyn nn<l n? orgo Pmlth. The for-!
mer team won by 3 to I. Mcl^ean had
;t score of 71 Davlnon. who travels
for a wfll known snorting goods firm,
will piny in the amateur ehnmi>ionsh!p
at Brook'Ire nc:.t fall. He will-also
play. In the North and Pnit'i elnmrlon
nhlp at Plnehitrm f! o*-gc Mclean
broke thr '?cord at Tnrr>?ft fprlmrs yes- 1
terdevwlth a fine round of AO. T?? was
out In 3." and ho^ie In 31, * Ith six ,
birdies on the las? nine.
5^t Revolver Shooting Mark.
HrfilXnrTRIP. Ms-.*., Mnrrh S.?The
Rprlni-fl"' ' It* volvtr Clu'> hrokn the worM'/
icrnril for five nisri tism? here ln?t nlrht
by *hootlne 1,1"' In m*teh No. !> of th<
United Uevnlver Asseelation cham
pionships. The former rr< nrd \va? 1.1M
established is-t week by Oakland. rr?vlon"
to that the record was h?H Jointly h\
(?prttlgfisld nrd PitifhutT'i nt Plftt
t>tirgl, made Its tefnl In 1pl3 ?'id Snrlffrflcld
ft * ;*"a".
The Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship
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HAve Th? gftowNS ovefe Fofc PiN(H6fc
5orw? ini&ht' Hf 5 a ciooCOuf Scout
h RoA t? ou"' with Mirvi This EvErni**Cr .
A SEM*'6t6 'VlAfM l<NOWi \/VHerH To
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f let'$ G?"T 6?TT?ft ACQUAINTED
J vs/iTHTh? PaCSomS. I Lik? Pa^SoimS .
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Captures Union Club Handi
cap, Beating llerron in
Great Finish.
Havana, March 6.?Elconore S., the
mare which lost several races during
the early part of the meeting through
poor handling, came into her own at
Oriental Pari; this afternoon when she
won the rich Union Club handicap, thiB
being a mile and a sixteenth dash,
carrying a $3,000 purse.
Ridden by Jockey J. Dryer in a sinew
straining finish she beat out Her
ron by a neck. Herron made the paco
to the top ot the home stretch where
ISieonore S. came from behind with a
rush. The pair fought it out ail through
the last tuilung. Eloonore S's. full
weight told at the end, but she took
the lead in the linal strides.
Tomahol was third, beaten by a length
and a half for the place. The stake had
a gross value of $3,990, the winner's
portion being *3,070.
Tho Hotel Almandares handicap,
which divided Interest with the Union
Club handicap, broufil-t out a field of
sprinters that excelled any which have
gone to the post this meeting. The
race furnished a rousing contest In
which four of the seven starters passed
the Judges In a comprit hunch, the
winner turnins up In I'ryor, who
beat Helle of Ellzabithtown by a head.
Arrarat was third, a nose away and
n?rk in front of Ta^otn. Alk?n finished
fifth, a length any. tlrin?. Tse winner
saved ground all tho way. It was a
desperate strusnle ?'l through the home
stretch, with the winner In doubt until
the final strides Th* pace was very fast,
the fractional time being 22 2-B The
half wns 46 2-5.
Foster Kmbry showed a good per
formance in the third race, a climbing
affair of a mile, when he came from
lrt^t place to brat out Hnrlock by half j
n lentrth. The winner ran the mile In
1 :3ft 3-Ti. Norman J. won the first in run
T.vnv fashion, lending from the stnrt
and beatln* J*t> Mum a by two lengths
??t tho finish Wreekl?K.i had a ionr
r nrHn over the field at the finish in
the second.
FtWT UACK-JThree year-old* and upward:
Inlmlntt; pur . ?7i">. *1* furlong*. Norma
.1 to* tPI ken*), 4 to J. * to .* and 4
tr>' r., flmt; Jap Mums. IW (Kel?ay), 5
to 2 v%ert an" 1 To 2, second; White
? '?rawn. It" (Hunt), 0 to 1, 5 to : ami 0
to r. third. Time. 1:18 1-R. He?atrti?d?
Viola O
SECOND It ACS?Three-year-old* n-nl up
ward. rlalinln*. |iur:u' $70o, six furlong*.
Wie-hie**. 10", tChalmtr.ii. 4 to 1, rt
to anil 7 to 10. tlf't: Nat Itun, 11.1 Pit*
man) 2 to 1. 4 ? ? S and 1 to 2. second:
Mr .liggr. 11.*< 'Belieffell. ." to 2, even anil
t to 2. hlril Tint*-. 1:14 3 IN Se ratehed?
Fslr I ?> ?ie. Ki't, Krsnk fturke, Punctual.
Tll'i'.i' HACK?Fmtr-year-Olds ard up-.vard:
elHtnlrig; pur*" 'OO one intle Foster
Emliri-y. 103 'N "'?ar'). 0 to 2 to fl
and I to flrct; llarlo-K, 107 (Penman),
s in ft. I to and I to 4. tenond; The
I Irate |ti7 (Hunt'. 7 to 2. ?vtn and 2
to *. third, Tirii' , 1:39 3-3. A.1 started.
I'OI RTII P.ACij -T'iii e-year-oldr and tip
? ard: "ie'niiirr |>iir ? S3.000. ndd.H Union .
Olnh Handicap4, one mile and a fist ?-nth. |
Kleanor P. us <f>- yerl, '! to 1. * tf r,
and of. fir *i; H -ron, 10* rMalh.n), 1i
to I, J to I and i nt. serondj Tomahol fif) (
n'ool), ii to r., 1 lo .1 and out, third.
Time, 1 :4rt 1?1. All "arted.
i'HTtl Three-year-olds and uptva'd* |
pur:, st iciO, Hotel Alman'arc* Handl sp: i
? lx furlong". Judge Pryor. IIS r||tmt), i
It. 1. " to ? a- ' I to " flr?t; 111!',, of I
llllrn'e-htown, llll (Keh?f'??!), J lo I, I
to 1 and even, ???old; Arrarat. 124 'Oar
t:eri. 7 to *. 1 to 2 and 1 to 4. third. T!m?,
1 :I2 I ". Hcrati hed?leghorn. Mayor House,
M. ilora
T-'TII HACK? Three- enr olds an ' upward;
claiming; pur?e *700 mile am! fif'v vardr.
Coriorron, 01 <N' ?, to 2. cv?n And
1 to 2. first: 7.1". 105 (MeLHtffrhlln), "i
tn 1, 2 to 1 and m n, weond; Mi Vdoo,
110 (perroant. to I. 2 I and even,
thin'. Tim", 1:1.1, All 'urti d.
-'KVI'XTII HACK?Three-jear-olds and t?p
nr< .In'tr'nr, pltr-s ?T(?1 mile sn-1 fifty
y?ri|*. niondel, 110 (Morrlney), fi in j
even and l to ft. first. Chimera, 107
(H 'i ffeli, ft to 1 ? 'i j and ??yen, serond ?
Orest tlA'vk, 104 (Mslhonl, ? to t 1 to 1
1 "> to " thirii T'me, t tt All
New National A. A. U.
Junior Title Holders
60 Yard Dash?J. E. I-e Coney, J.nfuyettc
?0 Y:ir<! IIir;h Hurdles?A. IIulin.ni, Jr.,
l.#00 Yard*?M. K. Douglas, Yale.
Two Mill Knn?K. Jetters. ttiiffnlo.
<;nn Yard Kun?V. Lally. St. Amdm'l
10 round Shot?K. \Y. Keattle, Princeton,
o Yurd Kun?K. Perlnmti, N. Y, I".
MHr Wulk-W, Von Bargi n, Morninf>lde
A. C.
standing Brand Jump?J. Misbneh,
Inuchlln I.voenm.
Kittminf High Jump?A. R. Ahromet,
New York.
Standing High Jump? R. Smith, unat
I"t Mile R-Iay?Princeton University.
V /
Record Fie'd to S'art in
Pinehnrst Golf Tourney
More Than 350 to Tee for
Qualifying Round.
Special Dirpatch to Tim New Yojik Herat i>.
PtKSRCStr, N. C.. March 5.?A rec
ord field of moro than 350 amateur
golfers will start here to-morrow In the
qualifying round of the nprlns tourna
ment. More than 160 of the (layer* .ire
from clubs* in the metropolitan district,
with more than trixty from Ma viachu
eetts and thirty from Philadelphia.
Warren Corkran of Baltimore, A. L.
Walker, Jr., Richmond county ; Donald
T'arsons, Youngatown: Arthur Yataa.
Rochester; Frank Blossom, Chicago,
and John D. Chapman, Greenwich, are
The qualifying round will be 3C holes.
Harold Callaway. Home, N\ V.. and
Joseph C'npHlo, Kssas county, pi ?yed a
draw to-day with Donald Parsons.
Youngatown, and A. L. Walker. Jr.,
Richmond county. In an exhibition
match before the largest gallery of the
Both side* had best ball* of 73. Cal
laway was 76 and the others 77. At
the second hole Callaway incurred a
penalty stroke when his ball moved as
he was uddresslnt; It for a chip shot
This ?ost the pfofeagional!? the hole, ai
Paraona holed a long putt for a 4
after being trapped off the t< e. The
youthful professionals led 2 up and
2 to play, but lost the short 17th,
where both were trapped, and tho 18th
to I'arsons's par .4 against t i? wind.
The match will be play. .1 again next
Havana Entries.
Knurr BACK?1Threeyar-olils; claiming
$7(?l; six furlongs. " Foul Weather, 101;
Bun C.lr:, 103; Who Call Tell, !(?; Mem.
cn?tle I'm. Article X.. 107; 1 >on . Jo;,;
Reliability, 107; Molllo l'uff, ICS; Worn
wall. I(i., nntl Plurality, 108.
BIX'ONI' RACK?Kour y.-ar-i and up; < lulni.
tin:, $700; five nn ' a lislf furloncs.
Ool'ler. K"1, II".: I'.Ifrvont, ||2 ?ltaehsri
nsllan, 10'.': -Win.Is of Chntv e, UH>; i.im
dence, 101. Ruddles, 1!5; (i-iim! ?, n.;
War Map. 112; Avu II.. 107 Vet Y.-t. 101,
Ixn. Wood. 10.. ana Phillip.' laneo. I"?
TliIIU. ll/\< "or years ami tip. ?S0O;
five Hn>' I hn!f furl. igr. Mttmh. .Intnl..,
110: Mayor House, II"; I.ao t)?. ?>;
Black Hai kle, IOC. Entlman, 110, n:nl eld
f?li r. r. I oh.
FKt'RTH HACK ? Thn.e-ycar-oM :; $*e.i;
riv ? it "i a half fttrtoiiK*. Cuba Knrsnt..,
112; Klneastle. 10.1: J: huke, 1os; . ,i
Chile, '12; l#eah?irn, 107: l.lttle Mine {
Hie epi lft;: Whispering, 10D: Cherry Tr ,
Kit 1 11 HACK Thn e v. at?>li! nr.I n|
elnlmlng; ftOO: iiill" and one- xtimntl
I-, tm rotor, 107: Hnv When, I0T Navs'o,
tot: Audrey A . lot. Fairly, 112; I I.- i
Troop, II".; Hmnrt Money, It". rtatitcrtriki,
11"; Hlr Adsum. 11T.
SIXTH BACK?Fonr-year-oldi srd upward.
. !aiming; |70o one mil-. ttlanra.
?Plliola, 10": ' Tv. eiity-"i veti. lo? Tarn i
eon, 111: I lav ?"i. I'm ?Pel!* M.. to|;
r??n, II": M?> ivllls. 111- ?t?r Msl f.-r,
III Wcdgewuod, 101, llaian, 110; < >"goo<l,
?Apprentice allovcanic.
Clear and fast.
For N. Y. A. C. Cue Title.
Rdgnr T Appleby nn<t his h.-othe'
Franel* will meet to-morrow night In
tlie first blo k fit a 1.000 point contest
for the holM'ne t!v>mplonshlp of the
N w Y' rl? > thfi ti? r'>?b
j Leads Field With 97 Broken
I Clays Out of 100?Handicap
Ends in a Tie.
F\ A. S'iebert J id some excellent
shooting at tlie Travers Island traps of
the New York Athletic Ciub yesterday.
He led a fleid of 20 gunner* in the
race for tho high scratch prize with a
card of 97 out of a possible 100 targets.
Tho high handicap prize was won by A.
Row'and only after a shootoff with C.
] F. Itabeii. Kach gunner had a full
score of 100 targets in the first time at
' the traps. Rowland also wan the win
ner of the Tournament cou, the take
home trophy of the ilay.
A special shoot at 25 targets was
taken by l>r, G. H. Martin. In the
PrcFident cup's shoot three gunntrs
were credited with legs. They v.-?>re A.
Rowland. F. M. Hoblitt and C. F. Kabcli.
Ail had full scores of CO target;*. 1-'. A.
fiirbert was the only gunn<r to score on
the Lyon trophy. He took a leg with
a card of 48 out of a possible 60 tar
gets. The day was Idea! and as a re
sult, the scores were excellent. The
{ summary:
Toum. l'rof. Byon R A It.
Name. Cup. Cup. Cup. Cup*.
! R. It. Plorn 3 2-' :i tt I" si- 5- SC.
U. B. Colo 2 a:t 2 4.". II 84- 3- 87
U. C. Slnelalr.. 2 23 2 47 45 *11- 5- !>l
A. Rowlnntl 4 2.". <1 30 47 93-12-100
I". M. t loMitt. .. 3 23 f> Ml 4<i HC-IO- in!
A. V. Bennett... 2 2." 2 IS 4.t -"1-10- !*
T. II. I,awrencc. 1 i!3 0 42 I" 87- H- 87
T. S. Reynolds.. 4 23 (I 45 4". *"-13-100
J. If. Vsnclervoer 1 22 I 4." 43 87- 2- V>
F. A. Slebert. ... I V*. 0 40 is <?:- 0- 0T
K. M. Alexrnder 3 24 4 45 ;;.'t 74- 7- St
0. F. Kabull.... 4 23 li 50 41 !1 -12-Jft
(J. Kucen 4 20 0 38 42 80-12- !>2
O. F. 11 u tellings. 2 22 2 13 43 84- 3- v 7
I* W. Finch 3 22 3 4". 42 82- 8- !">
B. H. Davie? 0 22 0 41 40 SI- 0- M
Mrs. C. 8. Habi II 0 11 0 27 23 ."2- O- 52
<(. II. Martin.... 1 21 0 17 40 87- 0- 87
Mayor Reeil .... 1 24 O 17 40 IKS- 1- !i|
Mr*. 1,1 vine*ton. 0 17 0 3<J 3t? 73- 0- 7"
I B. It. lyoeatt*!!!.. 2 23 o 4,\ <)|, p,;
j B. 1.. Duke 3 23 0 41 "!l 80- 8- 8S
1 R. M. Owon 2 20 2 42 45 85- 3- 8S
! R. K. Owen 4 23 ?t 42 30 75-12- 87
| W. Oralis n> 3 21 4 II 43 83- 7- JW
F. A. tfchauffler 3 20 I 40 4J 87- 7- t>4
Winners.?It lgli serateb?F. A. Hlebert.
High haixlleap?A. Rowland. Tonrim ment
eup?A. Rowland. Lyon cup? F. A. M'bcrt.
Ppx-lnl eup?O. It. Martin. t'regldent'H cup
j ?All gunners with 50 targets.
I Werns Take# First Prize
in Sealed Handicap Run
Willie Werns of tho Knight* of Ft.
: Antony mu) adjudged the winner of the
i Brooklyn A. A. "Healed Hand leap' held
from tho clubhouse acron the river yes
terday afternoon. A Held of twenty
four harriers atart?'d from serntch, but
: when tlio hand lea pper's figure* were
? checked up after the race it was found
( that Werns. who had an alio-v.tnee of 2
mlriutes and 30 seconds, wan entitled to
i first honors.
tin a strictly scratch basis, the
| fair as run was win by Andy Craw,
former Metropolitan two mile chmvplon,
who defeated llervey LMchcnsteln of
I he B. A. A. hv about ten ynrfis. Johnny
Bell, tr.ick captain of the Knights of St.
Antony, was a close third. <"?-uv. who
In running unattached at present, ?niT
plrted the three and three-quarter mile
course In 10:51, which was the fastest
j time of the afternoon. The aumtnfiry:
: I'os.. Name, Club. Hrp. Trie.
I?W. Werns, K. of ft. Antony. 2 :io 22 1 .
? 2?F. I!uil<Iy, Brooklyn A. A 3 00 22 ' ,
. ."?If. I.ltchensefln, B'klyn A. A. 15 2051
| 4?,f. Bell, Knights of Ht. Antony 15 '.'0 57
r.?K, Hor/.lg, Brooklyn A. A ... 1 MO '>2 00
| ft?B. Hi oinlek, Brooklyn A. A... 2 on y :??
7?II. Bernstein, Brooklyn A. A. I 13 17
I 8?1,. Mllofskv, Mornlngslile A.r. 45 21 2 ,
!??Amlv Crn? . unattsebeil. ...K-ratrli 20 51
) la?J, Cohen, Brooklyn A, A 3 45 2? 00
I It-A. Milofsky, unsttndied I on ..5 15
I 12--H. Hoffman, Brooklyn A. A.. 4 15 ?<" iv)
' 13- .1 I.vr.r.s, llrooklvn A. A 4 00 27 "1
I 1 1 IV l.nMnskv. 'Iroi Nlyn A A.. 4 13 !7 51
13? M. Wolff, Br. lUKn A. A.. . ? 13 28 01
11' ->.. Blase, K, of ?t. Anton: . I 13 1
17 H Oi-ote, nrook'vrt ? A .4 15 i>? U'
Victory Over Cornell Leaves
Only Tigers to Boat?Cullen
and Grave Lead.
Pennsylvania's championship Quintet
came within -in ace of relinquishing: its
lead in the lntercolleglatc Basketball
League last week. Only the uccurate
shooting of Capt. Bill Grave, the Red
and Bfue pivot man, whoso foul shot
thirty seconds before the end of the
Cornell game at Philadelphia last Sat
urday night, tied the score, saved the
three time champions from the Ignominy
which fate has spared tho Quakers In
more than throe years.
It was the Cornell team again wliicn
was responsible for the tremendous
shock to the Bed and Blue, Several
weeks ago the "thacans had been prac
tically counted out, so fur as cham
pionship material was concerned. Yet
the hi,; Red combination rone out of a.
nebulous skimp when 1 'en.isylvania's five
/Ulted Ithaca recently anJ dealt the
champions their first and only defeat
of the season. Again last .Saturday
Cornell carried the attack to the Penn
sylvanlans. and forced them into an
extra period, the ilnal score being 23
to 25. v
As a result of Its vic tory over Cornell. ,
Pennsylvania can almost bo conceded j
the title 1 r the fourth consecutive year, i
Princeton in the only contender which !
may offer sonio opposition, but the Tiger j
team's exhibition at Morningslde against 1
Columbia's weak quintet, when the Blue |
and White oxi.nded them for the full
forty minutes of play, leaves little doubt
that Penn will turn the Princeton five |
back again. The Quakers will have the ;
advantage in their next match. In that j
the gair.o la to be played at Phil&del- |
Princeton's victory over Dartmouth
early last week precludes the pos^ibiiity
of any danger from tho camp of the
Mountaineers when tho Green team
meets r'enn at Philadelphia next Sat
urday night. Only these two matches ,
with Princeton and Dartmouth remain .
on the schedule for Kddle McNIchols j
charges. It aeems very doubtful that
either of them will stand in tho way j
of another Pennsylvania championship :
Tommy Cullen of Dartmouth and Bili j
Grave of Penn have broken away from i
the rest of tho field In the point scor- |
iiif; race, and are destined to fight it
out between themselves for the honors.
Both Dartmouth and Pennsylvania en
gaged in two league games last week
and gave their ftar scorers plenty of
opportunity to increase their totals.
Cullen now leads the list with a Brand
point score of 108 points, while C"ave
follows close behind with 100. The
Dartmouth forward holds the lead as
the ri suit of his foul shooting, having
scored 78 free goals in nine games.
Grave leads in floor baskets, with 25 In
eight games.
Team. W. L. P._ O.R **??.
1 4 '? * : " ?, (C~-.
Pennsylvania 7 1 21jj ISO -gy.
tn't iso .c'li
ICO 1C.3 .28'i
<; ira iso .-r.o
7 104 -000
4* f>i
Dartmouth "
Cornell 2
Columbia -
Yule 0
Field Foul
Player and College. Goals. Goals. TM.
Cullen, Dartmouth, f >'?? ?
(;Pennsylvania, c -?? 'j**
Pulloyn, Columbia, f? JJj '/J.
Loeb, Princeton, g
Luther, Cornell, f
Millni, Dartmouth, ]W ?J I
Huntxlngcr, PMinaylvanla, r. -w " ;y |
Klacss, Princeton, f -- ,. i
Balther, Yale, g . .
Coop.!-. Yale, ? ? ? ? ? - 11'' I
t-prlnir^orn. Columbia, f.... H -. j
UoHistelii. Dartmouth, g.... I- I
Watson, Columbia, e ' ~t'\ |
Barkelew, Cornell, f ?' rj j
Malcolm, Dartmouth, f..... Jo o -?>
Rosenast, Pennsylvania, f.. l? ? -0
Jeffries. Princeton, g *0 o _i,
Rlppe, Cornell, ? ?
(ialnes, Princeton, c 1*
Crabtrec, Cornell, g '?* 0 ^ j
Record for Pel ham Traps.
Missing only his twenty-first "bird.'' j
J. !>. Nlcklls returned a club record
score .at the trans of the Pelham Golf!
and Country Cl b, yesterday. He took:
the shoot with a total of 99 out of a j
possible 100 targets. The second high .
pun was L. M. Maitland with a card of
!>rt. The scores:
Anarlal Hhoot. 100 Target* (Scratch)?.!. D.
vi,.! I ??'!? 1,. M. Maitland. fMl; (>. M. .
Hi rse- !'"> ('? C. Pinney, 01; CI. M. J,ii ,
Iimnehe, H. Krle. 88; V. H. Banks, i
K 11 Hcmlrlck, 87; A. P. Walker. 8,'.; W. j
K." Ward. 82.
Title Holder Reaches Final
in N. Squash Tourney
Siimal l>input'U to Tub Nbtc Yoik Hc*.\u>.
MONTCi-AiR. N. J., March 5.?R. Kurl
Fink is within a winkle match of his
fourth New Jersey squash tennU cham
pionship title. He advanced to tlio final
ot the tournament on the court* of the
Montclair Athletic Club to-day, as the
result of a straight gun?c victory over
Felix Jenkins of the homo club. 'Die
ucore was 15?10, 17?16.
Fink now awaits the winner of the
ether seml-flftal. which In to b* played
next Sunday. In thr,l match the con
testant will be Douglas M. Pf.mclMlcr
of the Yale Club and John Taylor,
Princeton Club. Domelslcr, jv'io was
absent on Saturday when the tourna
ment bcc;an. made up lost ground by
playing two matches and winning both
In straight panics.
After outplaying Avres of the local
clttb 15?fi. Ki?.1, the Yale man iound
sterner resistance against Frank Heller,
but he managed to win with plenty to
spare, 18?13.
College Chess Teams Show
to Advantage in Tourney!
Although the leading clubs in the
Metropolitan Chess league came through
safely once more In the fifth round, two
of the college tenms, those of Columbia
.ind V ?v York University, made it de
cidedly interesting for the older organi
zations opposed to them. The Manhat
tan Chess Club has a lead of 4?3 over
Columbia, with one game Adjourned,
whk'h may end in a draw. In which
case the Manhattans will win the
TVte Frooklj-ti Chess Club hare'y de
failed Nrw v.irk University hy pj
The Mnrshr.l! Chess Club, now st
the heail of the race, easily deflated
Staten Island, fi?2 ; the Ttlee-Procrcsslve
Clii rs Club worsted Central Y. M. C. A.,
7 1. and the Swedish Chess Club won
against Ocean HIM by 6*4? 2^j.
Star S. C. Suspended.
The State Athletic Commission, an
nounced late Saturday that the Sttr(
tjportlwr Club It suspended pending a
lvarliw because of assault wltliln the
club house of one of the licensed officials
Hi" the commission.
W:ns Swimrn'n* Tftle.
Pit ii.Aori.fttM, March !i.?Ha mid Van
i-'yckle of th< West Philadelphia H!&h
School last night won thu-men's fifty
v ird junior national swimming cham
Ioil.'?lip race after winning the right to
irnpet-- In the final event hy a triumph
ovr AI llurman of the Hygeln Swim
ming Club, Atlantic City. Harold Saaeke
f the Pennsylvania freshman aquatic
tenm won the men's open fancy divine1
contest, hentlna Ofiear Mew and HM
Within, both of the TP. gela < lub.
1 Walter.Trumbull
Copyright, 1922, by Xhe New York Herald.
dres$i> irp.
When rooters star, to warble
Their loud and iyous notes;
When baseball nci>\ is something
Aside from anecdotes;
j When tennis fans a/\ gelling
Their new strung\aequets back,
And flying spikes digging
The cinders from fee track;
crews are on ic river;
I, hlii golfers sfarflo swing,
The world gets out a green suit
And dresses up for yring.
The first news of the gathering forcei has commenced to come in from j
tbe training camps. With palpitating Merest we have read accounts of
the roller skating of some of the CleveAd Indians, the mountain climb-;
ing of the Cubs, the medicine ball activities of the Detroit Tigers, the
basketball efforts of some of the Yanket.i and the golf and dancing exer
cises of the great and only Bambino Hulh. All teams are indulging in
fork practice three times daily. This professional baseball is a tough
"Oh, father, dear father, eomt^ome tcith me nowf
The vxiil teas both plaintitvund wild;
But father was watrhing the \cycle race
And was deaf to the cries otitis child.
When you find a man who likes to wafck a six day bicycle race, that's
just the kind of a thing he likes to watch.
Lots of people are like some riders in a ax day race?starting something
they can't finish.
"How," inquires Bob Boyce, "would thfc $100,000 Snodgrass muff go
with Mary Fickford's $108,000 suit?"
Hornshy and Heilmann were the champloi batters of the National and
American leagues last season. It is not likely that both of them will retain
their batting honors this year. There is td? much good opposition, espe
cially In Heilmann's case.
You certainly are cold ad hard,
And even when you wrt>?
You have a certain chilnu;.**
That plainly can be felt.
h'till you possess a axoeetnea which
For vs mil never cloy.
Ice cream, we love you just ris u/ell
As ichcn we were a boy.
Tt looks as if Miller Huggins has enough gor| pitchers to take care of
all tho cream of the batting talent. Mays, Jones Hoyt and Bush make it
hard to figure out a wrong selection for the slab.
From what Billy Gibson says, Leonard has not injured a knuckle, but
he has a bad bruise on the back of his right hanu between the knuckle? and j
the wrist. This might easily be a bone bruise, irtl, if it Is, will take some
time to lose its soreness.
We believe that Lew Tendler Is Leonard's mat dangerous opponent, but
Gibson is determined that Benny shall never me-t the Philadelphia south
paw if he can prevent it. That means that Chirlie White, also a strictly
dangerous man, probably will be Leonard's next wteworthy antagonist.
Nobody seems to know just how good Harry Tills is, but there are few
heavyweights outside of Dempsey wh? ^are to mee Harry in the ring.
Strong: New Jersey Team Van
quished, 8 to 1. in American
League Match.
Scoring: a notable victory by 3 goals
tc. 1 over tho stronr soccer eleven of
the Harrison Football Club on Its
grounds at Harrison, X. J., the players
of the New Vork FootbRll Club, putting
up a silt edged article of football,
gained two additional points in the inter
city circuit of the American Soccer
League and still further reduccd the
lead of Thiladelphia thereby, yester
At half time New York was leading
2 to 0, and this advantage was Increased
to 3 to 0 early in the second half. All
three of the goals were credited to
Archie Stark, New York's inside right,
formerly a member of the Harrison
After ten minutes of play a combina
tion between Hardy, Andrews nnd Bur
nett cnubled Stark to find Harrison's
l ot for the first tally. Fifteen minutes
later a foul was given ngulnst Butter
worth of Harrison, and Andrews fed
up to Stark, who scored again. New
York's third point came ten minutes af
ter the restart, when Hardy beat the
defense and finally passed to Stark. The
latter once more made good. Ford, from
a pass by Hemlnsley, shot Harrison's
cnlv goal one minute from the end.
The lineup:
New York (3). Harrison (1).
C.eudert Ooa! Cunningham
Kelly Klght buck Rutterworth
Pitge I .aft hack Post
T .-Mark ltlght half Mulr
J'hllr. Ont.;r half Welch
lipid Left half Wakey
1 Htiri>fin Outnldo rlnht Ilrowti
A. Stark . Insld? right Pepper
Hurnett Center Hemlnsley
Man!)' Innlde left ford
A nri rew ?? Out skle right 1'lorl
fteferei?A. Hlrrliall. LlneMnen?ft. Mc
Mulion nnd .T. Neill. Goals?A. Stark 3,
New York; Ford, HarrUon. Time?Halve*
of t," minutes.
I'll I In <1 el pit In Tien Champion*.
Coming up strong from behind, tho
soccer players of the To<".d Shipyards
Corporation, national champions, suc
ceeded in making a 2?2 tie of their
exhibition game with the 1 'hiladelphla
Football Club. Reader In the American
League, after Ine Quakers had estab
lish' d a 2?0 load by half time. The
lineup '?
Todd Shipyards (2). Philadelphia (2>.
ItiTiTulll <>r*l Kerr
Smith flight uaelf Pethunj
Whitehead ..I^flbmU Forre?t
Fr> ? r Right half Murrnv
'"larke Owtrr hsif Wllxon
Irvine T/ett half Lorlmer
Mel*, nna Outside right Campbell
Inside right .Ion'
Itntlenn Center. Itfittaln
IIr.?|e Inside left Morlsy
Kiv.'nvv Outside left Fleming
n>'fere>?T. -Cunningham. Linesmen H.
Morrison and T. Jones. fio?l;?Morley,
lltn lng, Philadelphia: rtatlenn, MeKennn.
Todd Shipyard*. Time?Halve* of 15 min
Tie for N'err Vork State ('tin,
A tie game, at 2 go tls for each Ide,
resulted from the mooting of the t'r.th
olio Club of West Harlem with the C'-n
tro-ITIspano soccer team in the iptnllfy
Intc finals for the New York Stat en cup at
New York Oval, yesterday afternoon. To
determlno the winner entitled to ud
van-e, the gamo must he replayed.
Marshall Defeats Fif'een.
Fifteen opposed Frank J. Marshall In
th? simultaneous exhibition given by the
United States chess champion at the
HrooUlyn Institute Chess Club. All wore
el "iti'd in an hour and a half.
Ontfoots FicM in First Invita
tion Race of East Siilc
Y. X. H. A.
Showing a retirn to the form that
j earned liim sev^iat victories In croHS
I country races list autumn Sol SHver
stein, the speedy harrier of the Glencoe
A. C., won the iiUugural invitation road
run of the East Side Y. M. H. A. yester
day. The coursi extended over ninny
H'.reets in the Oietto district and the
distance covered by the runners was
four and a half ftlles. As it was the
first event of its kind staged In that
section of the city mmenae crowds lined
the entire course ui/f frequently chccrcd
the athletes.
Twenty-Jive runn*-s took part In the
1 race and all hut flvi completed the full
distance. The cutnrtary:
l l'os. Name. Cluh Time.
1?B. Bllventtcln, Ulcntio A. C
2--J. Cain, Mohawk A.C "3 :."0
8?J. c:o?tell?, I'nulUt 4. C
4?W. Deecart, Hi. AlMni'i A. C 211:40
r.?C. Mitchell, Hi. Clirlt0i>li?i- Club... 24:00
0?IS. l'olntrln, ?2<l Hi. V M. H. A 24:01
7?1*. Boon. ft. ChriMfoiJicr Club 21:20
V ,J. Wurti?", BL.AniH-lnM A. C ;'l:23
0? (1 Ttirmp?on, N. V. *ea<iem>' *4:^5
10?CS. Anslln, fit. Anvltn* A. C ?J".:C0
It?J. McCartln, ft. Jerotw o. O :0t
is?J. Cioff, ft. Chrtotcplm- Club "TilO
IS? XI. Pchocket. Mornhiifsifle A. O 2rt:<v>
, 14?.1. Pllv. r''olUr, fllenem! A. C :0.".
15? .1. M?ar?y. 01. AnMlt.tr A 2U:20
1(1?J. I^-vlnbrub, IJciy^ CUb 94:30
17?H". Ktwrateln, 0i?t1 fit. V M. H. A.. 2tl:40
1??J. TVInnlrk, KtiattKtod 20:4"'
in?I,. I<ari<1>>mf Mill* A. A 20:4*
20?1.. Oerhlj. tlath Braeh C 20:55
New York Yacht Club Action
Throws Out Race to Block
The race committee of the New York
Vaflit Club, If. de 11. Parsons, Frederick
O. gpeddon and GherardJ Davis, lias is
sued the report of last season's racing,
and in thl? report publishes the record
of each race .vailed. Theannual sta
tistics are always of interest to all
yachtsmen. The time allowances are
figured from 100 fe?t rating measure
ment, so that the corrected times are
comparable, irrespective of size. ,
During the season the committee
started races on eleven different days.
The number of yachts started was ls"i.
not includliif a duplicate entry of ,i
yacht starting in different event:* on th.
samo day. There were fifty-nine races
sailed. i
Aa Joseph M. Macdonough was ah-,
sent, Gherar i' Davis was appointed a>- -
ing member of the Committee. Harry
M. Curtis wai? appointed acting memb<
the race on Juno 30 and John U.
.jiiethar for the race on September 25.
Considerable space is given to the
"Vagrant's appeal to the club." On July
2!) the squadron sailed from Sew Loodo'i
to Great Salt Pond, Block Island, In
accordance with the Commodore's Gen
eral Order No. 2. As ;i finish mark '!
committee selected Government Whit ??
Can Buoy C. On arrival at Great Salt
Pond the committee found the Govern
ment had removed the white can. As a
dense fog was coming in from the hc-u,
the committee selected Red Bell Buoy,
located 965 yards further on the samo
When Vagrant arrived, during the
night and claimed to have reached the
location of the white can she took her
own time and reported it the next morr
ing to the race committee. The com
mittee held a hearing on July 31, at
which Vice-Commodere Harold S. Var.
derbllt, owner of Vagrant, urged that her
time be take;i and claimed that the con -
mlttee had exceeded its powers in lenfjth
enlng the course without due notice to
the contestants.
The committee refused t<> accent
Vagrant's time because sh? did not cross
the finish line as established liy the1
committee, because they believed that
Vagrant could not know her location
sufficiently accurately to take her own
time at an Imaginary point when ranges
were so difficult to obtain becauso die
admitted she could not see the com
mittee yacht Corsair with her lights an.i
searchlight lit, which was anchored be
tween her and the Fhore.
Vice-Commodore Vanderbilt appealed
to the club. The flag officers considered
the appeal Hnd sustained the committee
in not recording Vagrant's time, but
submitted the other points raised by
the vlce-conunodore io the club.
At a meeting of the club the appeal
was considered nnd the club adopted a
resolution declaring that "The Rare
Committee has not power to alter o ?
changc the finish line without notion
of such change being given to each
yacht before the warning signal H
made." The appeal of Vagrant was sus
tained. As the sloops sailed the snm"
course as th? schooners, on the same
day and under the same instructions the
committee rules that there wan no com
pleted races for the sloop classes.
The wlnnera of tho big prizes dtirlnr
th'o summer were: Navy Challenge
Cups, Queen Mib, schooner. Nautilus,
sloop: Commodore's Cups, Shawna,
schooner, Acushla. sloop; Rear Commo
dore'* Cups, Sonniea, schooner, Caro
lina. sloop: Astor Cups. Vagr nt,
schpuncr. Carolina, aloon; Klne's Cup,
Caro'Ina. sloop; Capt. Jnmes K. Hnycs
Cnp for 40 footers, Monsoon; Newpor t
Yacht Racing Association Cups. Gray
ling, 50 foot class. Pnmroro, 40 foot
class: Autumn Cups, Spartan, 50 foot
clasa. Monsoon. 40 foot clnss. Nautilus.
30 foot Class: Cape May Challenge Ci">
Sonniea: GherardI Davis prize for 30
footers. T.ena : New York Yacht Club
Course Cup, Carolina.
The value of prises sailed for, Includ
. iner those donated by the members, wm
i S7.099. TU's does not Include the Klug's
i Cup.
?renrVi f C.rtMi-t Title
JWofcK F?U.n to M. Borotra
' Par;s, Marph 6.?M. Borotra won tl' ?
men's French covered court tennis char -
i plomhip to-d?y by defeating J Flrni
I non, 6?1. ??5, 2?6, 6?2. The win ?
I earned the rleht to play for the titl"
yesterday's d'fpat of Andre IT. Qobcrt.
i the champion' for -even years, by "t
I Mcore of 4?6, 5 ? 6, C-?3, 7?5, 6 ?4
The women's covered court e'lam ov.
j ship was won I y Mme. Blllout, who de
feated Mmo. Goldlnp, 7?3, 7?5.
Clean Sv;ep by R^eschcwslr1.
Samuei RMsehewskl mad' an> ti "
! sweep on len boa'dt when he pluy? d
' against that mall' opponents fn '.! o
Auditorium at the Brooklyn Jewl m C<; -
I ter, 6G7 Eastern Parkway. Saturday
1 night. Amoiu; the child master's ilu
I feated opponents was Harry Zlrn, An
j of the leading Metropolitan League play
ers on the team of toe Brookljn Ch- o.<
I Club..
HnD'lr Ilonk Primv.s
?rri i' HoMMtaoei
2 24
3 11
2 '*?
3:1 ?
ia 2f?
13 JJ
2 HI.1
?X :23
r.u 2
Jnmnlca liny
(i Y.tMmiiM
1 l!H 1:32
a jo
:i :>7
o . t
II .02
?4 H I
3 .1 f;4
:>:3 8
Twenty-one Mm Cuttaht 113 (.'tdfltli Idil
A Rood day'* flahlnn waa ' Joyed by j
t%?nty-on? m? n on tlm Josephtno at th? I
Farms on Siiiimo u.'ek. Aa *00:1 aa the boat J
wn* anchored u> ctmc the cod und when ?
wo left there Ma* a tolnl of 1 I t rod, S
blackflah and 1 ?ollock. Thori wa* al*n a 1
lobster of frmrtwn pounda. First monn" 1
\?as won by William Hunnotv, for he bad 11
rod weighing twfnty-thrro p inrUU). Oh
Johnson hart art-ond villi a polio'it. Nelaon 1
' brother* Imd fifteen between liem. I'.ltt
catches wero made by (Sua tHinnam, Frank
Wart. Frank Mewlolt, W. Ijanttkow, J<? :
RiimrlcK, Henry Moan, I\*n '".vjniton, j
Rimli and J. Hrown. Tin maJjMty of the ]
codfish ran from three to nine bauinli Hit
and thi writer took a'* of rWm ('apt.
j licit tmld that there weir plenty r.t fl*h at
both the Karma and vent*-#.i Fathom
Hunk and that they wotib' rettnln for eomu
tittle to como* JUH.1 P l>OMO?tjE.
Flounder* Down nt Wreck I <-nd and F.tae
Flounder* ire biting and tity ni" rumlnf
a fair lire down r.t Wreck Vilrt, according
to Capt. Herman t'oby, who |ui placed the 1
Resolute In commlelon and 4' not making .
1. vn'ar trip* for the favftrlt" iH'Wiifc flat fI li
When ?he flounder flrMn* s good the [
ercrKi about Wr*r-k T,i ad are treat place* j
for th"m, and every hole and channel In
theso creeks I* known by the flotndcr skip
pers of lite place?O"orne Rathtnan and Cant.
Merman fleorgn bad hl? hi at out Sunday
too, end the genial Frank Whit* of plou*
memory wna there to welcome the fisherman
who enme down to fish. The floutdcra w re
not a- plentiful a* they will he 'ntcr, but
there were some fair mease* Wrought In by
the fishermen on the larger boati as well
a* by the fishermen In the row boat*.
The Free port boats pot flotmden ',11 the
e.mnl and In the creeks off toward Mnli'? In.
?*l.<ro soni' (food m??wi had t>a?ti tsken
rtorlp'' the wick.
"' dhl^K '"M been Ina''rt up to ills 'lnv
ri-'M II Hill Marc Icy mid (lily Da\ I* if ?.
ford. hut no ilmilir they lmv? tlndr . ? ?
t!i? flounders ami will be nfn ? them uoo.l
Jamalm Day founder HHi'mth-fi }? . >. (
irjlng their lurk, and qulti- u f' l i'i
tven out frnni On?t^ Crrek, i -a " ?
Huint, Rroiid channel anil I. ???n i;i?
The floUTl'fc* tahi'n v.i, mall l> ? i.
!?itfrr onoa will bo ttl?prrstntly,
it wim about th" middle <t Mvich, IP. ', I
when the boats from the upn?i l;n-t fiii ? '
went nftrr the flounder*. <???( thej . n? :i t
any quantity of tlieni rlaht tlitnn h >o i>
vond the middle o' May. A t '.r# of ?
lioat* are now r,ady and will m*l ? t-.
Jtmt n? noon n? the quantity of ftsh 1m t
?lll v arrant li.
i>',itiK to I'm- mild winter We 1k?>iii.;i pr
diet !. Rood floundi !? mm >un, :> it ? ith n 1
du? regard to tfoa baytnen t;i? < predict |i
r.'tn's along fTiiInrly whether th.' v.lntri
Wild or ?evor .
(?on" ^mth to l>o soiii" lUMnj;
A. K. M?l'>"Cll>aeh of Newark, X. J . t> ttef
known to M? many friend* ?? "Oin" Mr I
uelbarh, hi' ths trull for I'itiilda iviterrinv
to Join William T'neii e* UonK Key. ITI vi t
iciimln away for n fiionth, nod no d?tiM ?> ?
ndd *oni" trophl'-* In Hi" \vn* ef tropical
?tame fish to Ills :Wread< large ? 'tin
Ito will at rile - World,i jui. at ii.' rl? it t'r .
for the refx.rtu > otild Indicate (hat tai|w i
are notv belrttf muulit In fpir iniirit>< i-r?.
? . i ?,???- ??? i .mi. , ?
FVFI YM Thilt . end fiat s A. Jl . fi ;
?; " v m. f>nt. J. martin
Atr>t>rim "?Hy * A. M.. Sunday 7. Bhe- t -
_ _ _j!r?? Dwy- J- MiniAf.i,
R r I lllinY ' l ? Thiirw. A f*nt., M A
' Su"- T A. M. Topy 1.1'fd.
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