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J GIBBONS RULES A 2 TO 1 FAVORITE OVER GREB IN TO-NIGHT'S FIGHT
Tom Is Expected to Stop the Pittsburgh Windmill Garden Reservations Indicate That Bout Between Light Heavyweights Will Be Viewed Through Lorgnettes as Well as Eye Patches. ny W. O. McGEEH-VN. Tom Gibbons, cvt> brother to Mike, the St. Paul riug pliautom. and Harry Greb. the celebrated Pittsburgh windmill, will furnith entertainment to-night at Madison Square Garden in a bout thai will t>e socially important hut fistically not so important. Reservations indicate tlmt social leaders from all sections of the city will be posted at prominent points near the ringside. The bout will be viewed through lorgnettes as well as through eye patches. According to those who have had a peelc at Madison Square Garden's social register for the evening Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Astor, the Roosevelts, Teddy and Kermit; the Longworths of Washington, Mrs. Angier B. Duke and others will be seen in the abattoir. Many reservations have been made for social leaders among the Hudson Dusters, the Gophers aud the exclusive uasnouse district. The meeting to-night will be tho fourth reunion of Gibbons and Greb, who are two of the beat of th" heavies since the venerable Battling Ivevinsky got himself hit on tho cliin iy Georges Carpentier and became more or less passe. The profits of the bout are to go to the milk fund, con sequently there Is no objection to the press agent making us?? of the polite fiction that Jack Dempsey will meet th* winner. If Dempsey does meet the winner that unfortunate party probably would choose tlie exit nearest to him. No light heavy is even going to annoy the celebrated heavyweight actor for some time to come at any rate. According to the latest quotations G ibbons is a two to one l'avorite over U;o Pittsburgh Windmill. The prepon derance of opinion la that Tom will knock Harry loose from his anchorage i-efore the scheduled fifteen rounds have been reeled off. Greb. who is a busy trson fn the ring, resents the insinua tion that he will emerge from tho ring with resin 'Just on the neat of his tights. He promises to keep Mike Gibbons'.* lit tle brother very busy all evening. Some Social Rnlen. Because of the number of distln *ui?hed guests fxpected Tammany Voung. arbiter elegantlum of Madison Square Garden, has been asked to draft some catch-as-catcb-can rules of eti quette. Mr. Young, after giving the subject much serious thought, lias pro mulgated the following code of practice Tor the evening: Rule 1?Fighters having one cauli flower ear will keep their best ear for ward In order that the attention of the jruesta will not be diverted from the ring. Rule 2?Fighters having two cauli flower ears will not be permitted at ringside scats unless they provide them selves with earmuffs. Rule 3?Izzy Kaplan and party will i.o provided with Maxim silencers at the expense of the management. They ?rill be compelled to have those affixed before they are seated. Also Mr. Kap lan and party are requested to keep ihetr hands in their pockets in order that they :nay not obstruct the view of the people In the rear by excited conversa tion during the bouts. Rule 4?All blackjacks, slapsticks and other toys must be checked at the box office. Rule 6?Guests wearing diamonds or leaving their overcoats on back of seats will do so at their own risk. There will be many strangers in the place to-night snd the management cannot undertake to be responsible for the conduct of tjuests from Wall Street. Rule 6?In all arguments the guests Tuiist protcct themselves in the clinches and in the breakaways. Guests break ing chairs in arguments with friends must pay for the same. Rule 7?Ladles are requested to re frain from smoking. Gents will be ? ?ocked if caught. F?na CrnTf Action. The ordinary bugs are hoping that the lads will not be overcome by the roe- | fined atmosphere about their house with the accent on tho first syllabic, i If-s Wlllard after the Moran-Wlllard | battle declared that the reason l?e did , not knock Mown for a row of wild i raspberry bushes was that there were | .. many nice ladles and gents In the | hou*i? that he did not wont to get mussy. This consideration, however, did not j .!eter Richie Mitchell and Benny l^onurd from getting very rough Indeed when i hey battled at the Garden under the patronage of MIsh Anm' Morgan. Die boys took turns sitting in the resin, only j Mitchell sat there longer and oftener. While tills bout to-night i:< for the bene lit of the gentle Milk Fund, the lads ?vill be given to understand that there is no renaon for pulling the punches. The receipts arc for the moft part In the afe and the promoters are neutral. Tliey do not care which boxer leaves on o. stretcher. For curtain raisers .Toe ^elllntr, the < x-marlner. will box Clonnie Tait. light- t weight champion of Canada; George; Marks of California will mlngl?? with Abo Goldstein of tho immediate vicinity, and Luke Tenner will box A1 Wayne. !tarry M. Stevens will meet all corners! with program*. Dorirnn l>remnn On. Ike Dorgan, still reported to be under the influence of an overdo#* of *pacbsUl> obtained by questionable means at ihe ypnghettl joint of Jimmy Kelly on flul-< livan street, Is babbling Incoherently ot, ?liat Charlie White will do to Johnny Hundoe on March IT. The addict s eyes ?jeam when he talks about the bout "We expect to get enough from that lii/Ut to provide everybody with son- . ! hcttl." he says. "And then overybodj ' will have pleasant dream*. Sometimes i feel a littlo worry for Pundee and tor | Benny Leonard. t"o. b? <'aus? wliat Will Wnny do wli?>n his little playrnal" is klammed on the chin?" The card for the Pioneer Club to morrow night promises to proiiu ?? seme .i'tlon. The battle rM who will endeavor that evening arc Fronkle Genaro snd Jack Sayles, Andy Pavls and Pnnny ! , o Young Pierce and Tony Lyons. You ran' pick your ow n headline r and you may not be right at that. J*?omoter* er? getting very loose with certified checks. Now comoa Eddie Mead with a photograph of one for $R(?,nnn which he declare* Is posted to hi> del<9 r?vl to Johnny HufT when Johnnv step* Into the ring for a return match with Joe Lynch. While we have not s?en the original check that po*ed . for the photograph the picture seems to look nil right in every r-spect. It Is a 1 full view photograph, hut we under* and that Mr. M>fld l? ready to furnleh a pro 1 ffle If necessary. He will funtlsh -epia I prints for persons who wlah to frame them for their homes. . Other Soccer Score*. 'sitetnwny, 2: Catholic Chib. 1. Brooklyn, hi; '-a Sultana. FRANCE MAY LOSE OLYMPICS, IS FEAR ! Inadequate Appropriation and J Insistence on Pershing- Stad ium Canse of Trouble. \ Paris, March 12 (Associated Press). ?'The Olympic games for 1924 have again become a subject of controversy, and many friends of athletics fear they ! may not he held In Prance owing to : the city of Paris voting only 1.000,000 j francs, instead of the promised 10,000,- : 000, and the municipal council's insist ence that the games; be held in Pershing. Stadium, which the Olympic committee absolutely refuses to consent to on the ground that it is an inadequate field for , such sports. The French Olympic com- I . mittee favored the Pare des Princes, near the Bois de Boulogne. Before the council's vote of yester day M. Autrand, prefect of the De part of the Seine, read a letter from I 1 Count Clary, president of the French 1 | Olympic executive committee, stnt*r ?; j explicitly that unless the Pare des Princes site was permitted the com mittee would withdraw entirely, leaving the 1924 games in the hand* of the inter- 1 national Olympic committee. After the 1 meeting Count Clary declared he would ! follow out the declaration in his letter. I . ; . . ? Appropriation In Disappointment. The city's appropriation of 1,000,000; francs, which was approved by a vote | of 32 to 7. came as a disappointment to ! French sportsmen. The small appro- \ priation is attributed to the city's un favorable financial position, but one of the councillors remarked that inas much as 10,000,000 francs had never been voted for men of science there seemed to be no reason why that amount ?hould be voted for athletes. The leaders of the Olympic committee \ fear the effect of the municipality's action upon Parliament, in which a bill for the appropriation of 20.000,000 1 francs for the purpose of the Ramos has 1 not yet been passed but merely de j posited on the Speaker's desk, and norm of the members may take the stand that Parliament promised 20.000,000 francs on condition that the city con tribute 10,000,000 additional. Should thero be failure to appropriate a sufficient amount, there Is danger that the games will be held outside of France. I>>s Angeles has already been mentioned among the sporting fraternity as one of the likely places in that event. Count Clary, however, holds a differ ent view, saying to-day: "The 1924 Olympics will be held In France, most probably at Colombes, twelve minutes from the Saint Lazare station, but Paris it Be If. through the action of the Munlei- i pal Council, has forsaken every prerog- 1 atlve In the premises." f'olombes Itrneni Its Offrr, The French Olympic committee to- . day received a renewed offer from the 1 Municipal Council of Colombia, Tt was explained that the Hanque de Paris et Des Pays lias is willing to advance 15,000,000 francs, f'oiombes a freeing to place fifty-five ocrrs .it the disposal of the committee on which to build a atadlnm, the football matches to be played on the McHl of th? !' l-ii? Club of Franco adjoining. The plans for a stadium at Colombes call for a running track of 4 00 meters. Count Clary will call on President Mllieranc! and Premier Polncare to-mor- ' row. Then a meeting of the French , Olympic committee will be convened for Tuesday or Wednesday to decide I whether the sames will be held In , France, depending on what encourage- I ment is received from the "French Gov- ) eminent In fhe way of siibeidica. NO BREAK AMONG CHESS LEADERS Marshall, Brooklyn, Manhat tan and Progressive Teams Win in League Tonrnev. Teams representing the Marshall, j Brooklyn. Manhattan ami Rii'?-Pro 1 grcaafcre Chess Clnb, leaders In the j championship scries of the Metropolitan [ Chess I^coput, all won their matches ; In the sixth round from City College, Occan Hill. New York University and i Colombia. respectively, The Marshall 1 and Brooklyn clubs both have live vic I war lea and a tie to their credit, but the .Vlnr*halis hold first place by virtue ot a higher game score. The results In I the sixt:4 round were: Marshall C. C. 7, 'City Collego 1; Brooklyn 5, Ocean Hill ' 3 ; -Manhattan T, New York University 1 ; Kice-Progressive 5, Columbia 1; Staten Island B'/j, Swedish 8%. The summaries: MARSHALL C. C. VS. CITY COLLEGE. Marshall C. C. City College. lid*. 1?M. Ii. 1 It. .^rUlachter ... 0 2?F. J. Marshal!. 1 II. Grossman ... 0 3?B. Poldateokov. I r. Tholfsen .... 0 . 4?K. Smirka .... I H. Sternbt-ri; .... '? j ."i?M| IHichamn ... I .1. Livingston.... 0 ft? B. Korsbi*rs ...ft M. Jacobs I ' 7?A. StuimMere... 1 M. Levine 0 ? 8?H. It. Rlgelow. 1 M Austhi 0 | Total 7 Total 1 ! City College played white on the O'lil num j boreil boards. BROOKLYN C. C. VS. OCEAN HILL, j Brooklyn C. C. Dcto Hill C. C. , 1?F. J. Le Count, o A. L.. HtUloek... 1 2?H. Stubbs .... ti D. Fran* 1 I 3?A. Beroeder I K. A. Hull ft 4?M. Schroeder... 1 F. O. Laeey.... 0 "- r.. ,t. Wolff.... 1 W. K. Stavena. . O . ti?-C. 1'ub' il I L. H. Campbell.. 0 T?J. L. MoCaun.. n I-'. Ji. EviMrtt.... 1 5?W. M. <!e Vlss t I L. W. Jennings.. 0 Tola' 5 Total Occan Ilill played white on the odd num bered boards. MANHATTAN C. C. VS. N. Y. UNIVERSITY. Manhattan C. C. X. V. University. i t?A. F. Schneider l K. Drnt 0 | 2?1'.. Wahrburg. . . t A. A.lams ft ! ?O. E. Northrup. 0 II. Kabatsky 1 | 4?J. r.mpiithttl. ... 1 A. A. Colin...... 0 -S. KutZ 1 M. I'iarnond .... 0 tS?II. Ro*enf*l<l... I A. Swet ft 7?Dr.A.Freunilllch 1 .1. Wilson 0 8?ti. J. Belhoff... 1 W. Xameson ... 0 Total 7 Total 1 New York University played white on the odd numbered boards. RICR-PROGRESSIVE C. C. VS. COLUMBIA. Ulre-rrogr.>sM%-* O. C. Columbia. 1 1?E. MlchWeen... ? M. A. F"hsplm. ? ?f. Rubinstein.. ? O Frlnk, J .... ? .1?R. II. Feuer l P. Wolfsou ... 0 4?H. Llebpnatoln.. 1 I!. Rosen' era .. 0 *?M. Wlllenklo... >4 P. Wordru H ti-A. Otten 1 K. Wordcn 0 ! 7?Ti. RchUltS .... '? I.. Samuels ft .^. llocht I J. Hartman .... 0 1 Total .-, Total 1 Columbia played white on the odd nunt Ix-rr-d boards STATION ISLAND VS. SWEDISH C. C. State-i Island. Swedish C. C. 1 W. T. Itran..., 1 A. Nelmrn 0 'J?.1. A. Tufts 1 (5. Chrtsrensen ... 0 3?4"J. Kllngcpor.... A. Sunrtbers .... 4?1'. ?K"\*ns. Jr. 1J S. Srltoldberg. . 5?C. Ilri>URh;on.. ft ('.Carlson ..... t 1- W.J.LI'/.'Herger. I titistafson ...it 7?M. Rubin" :, i". A. Larson.... i? H. Nl-lwn .... 1 C. Anderson 0 Total Mi Total 211 The Svedl-h played white on the odd numbered hoard*. Boxing in Armories Due for a Thorough Cleanup Ailjntant-ftonernl Tukfs Ac tion Following Protest by Athletle Commission. A nv.sr, N. 7.. March 12.?"Amateur boxlrilf In arrnorlea ts In bad repute rvfth thn pwrra thnt t,r. am! If the Mead of certain rrirlmental commanders are car ried 'nto execution it wlQ be thrown on the flattc scrap heap along with the pro r^flinal name," >?I?J a statement from th'j Ad iutant-Oeneral'a officc mtui" pub lic t >-Msht. William Muldoon, ehiirman of the Stait Athletic Commission, which 'ias control over boxing *nd wrestling, haa I requested Adjutaut-<"5encral ,t. Le*lle KlneuiJ to lnve?:tiaate condition* under ?which 'jout? now are being held In a numb* r of New fork city armories. "Mr. Muldoon," i?.-iId the statement, "lias recelflNl t> number of communica tion from fane .vho attend thoae fight* rngulnj ly. tu which the charge is made that the mttckM ire unlnMhle frame t? ph,* which gtvo the ?'inlookers the | r tint meet form of a run for their money, j Tt is awerted that some of the other ? faOVtt* are staged between amateurs, .vho ! d/7?r i-" greatly In weight and technical ability aa to make the entertainment the veriest Jeat." "It Is the plan of Gen. KIneald." the ! statement continued, "to suggeat the! ?ippdntment of a division athletic officer, whoae function it will be to Inform him self aa to thr manner In 'Vhlcti boxing 1 la being conducted in nmi^ln through r i * \ Bouts of the Week to-nh;iit. M'ylivo.. K<iunr?* Gnrdrn.? Hurry (irrh \n. Tom (?Ihtmn*. 15 mun'bi. >>w Viirk A. < Wi-(nip?llt*n Anutrar < t-nmplontiMn-. rwimlt. Slutrn Nlitntl II. < I,?rrr lloMhrri fi. Joli' Icon. I* round*. Tl KNDAT. ^Indi-nn Kaiurr (tinlra.-Krtmpoilliii \m?tnir ' linmf?ti>n?.?ilp? (uronel rmnd). n?!ii?p A. r.- l rmiklr (ifimrii i*. -In?-k tt r?iiiid?. huvnksoav. MadUnn S?rr (inrdrn.?Mrtrnpalitain Aii'nlfiir < lwnipi*i)hl|w (Hmil round), TNIWDAV. Rrnadwt; |r, C.?Jf Tlpllt* i?. I#w ?mdi, It round*. IBM l!r(iin?nl Aniinrf,~ThaHli> Plrk^r v?. Ill nmiwh. FRIDAY. MndUon Sqaarr Oftrrirn.?( hnrllr Willi* ??. Jnhtmir Imndrr, IB round*. Fur KpKt v?. Jm-U Hmiti. H round*. 1Mb (trglmrnt Arnwri. JhiUp Mm.rr *?. WBMft Kid Norfolk, III nunrt*. "?ATI ROAY. Itink H. C.->llfcr O'Dowil t?. suldler Knrtflrld, III rotind-. i iimmnnitriillh A. ( Irtuikir JrroitH" ??*. Abe Friedman. IS rnnnd?. V ?' out tin State i.nd to *eo to It that they nre fro* from fraud nti<1 (he re.<nilt* of lnoompetpnw, Hurh an otlleer wilt h&va the p!?Wfr at any tlrn? to call ''ft ft bout nhlrh lie think* falls lo romp up to * fair athletic Dtondtr^ and if hi* dictum la disregarded to !??>* the matter befor* ?ha CotiHtinwHn* onerai for nfflelal St.'1 tr.n." Winner Expects a Bout With Jack Dempsey hapry g(3eb Japan and Belgium in Davis Cup Competition CHALLENGES from Jnpan find Belgium received yesterday by the United States Lawn Tennis Association have brought the list of Davis cup competitors this year to twelve. This oquala the record number of challenges re ceived a. year ago. There aro two days left before the close of entries, and during that time one or more nations may enter the field. A chal lenge from Rumania Is said to bo on the way. Australia. British Isles. Canada. Denmark, Prance, India, Italy. Spain, Belgium, Japan, Hawaii and Czecho-Slovakia aro the Challenging nations to date. The draw la to be made on Thursday. Frank Andfrco^ Beats Dawson ii4 *nnis Play National Indoor Champion Advances in Tourney. Six of the eight "seeded" players who started In the field of fifty-two yester day reached the round before the semi final in the Brooklyn tennis champion ship conducted on the indoor courts of the Fourteenth Regiment Armory by the Brooklyn Indoor Tennis Club. The two ranking seniors eliminated were Percy Kynaston, whose defeat in the first i round by Ralph E. Roberts provided a j surprising upset, and Leonard W. Knox, ! who was put out yesterday in the third ! round by Charles M. Wood, Jr. Frank T. Anderson, the national in J door champion, scored two victories ! with ease, and Is fast approaching the top of hih form. In his first match he eliminated Edgar F. Dawson, Jr., re cently winner of the national junior title, in straight sets, C?1, C?4. Daw son proved an easy mark for the older player, taking only one point in the first three games. Anderson played a wait ing game, allowing the other to chalk up his points by errors. His return I shots usually flashed beyond Dawson's reach. I Tlie Kn militaries. j BROOKLYN INDOOR TENNIS CHAMPION SHIP SINGLES. I FIRST ROUND?Chnrle* M. Wood Jr., de i feated J. Trevetto Allen. (V I. 4?8, 6? i S. _E. Palmer defeated Herbert Thomson, | i?5, rt?1: 8. V. Briiban* defeated Thomas W Whlttall. 2?8, 0-4. 8KCOND ROUND?Krank T. Anderson de feated KclRar F. Daw:?on, Jr., it?I, 8?1; Leonard W. Knox defeated Lesllo Tomay, ??4. ft?3: Charles M. Wood. Jr., defeated S. K. Palmer. It?3, ft?0; Herbert L. Itow rnnn defeated Reginald W. Taln>ar>. ft-3, 6?2; Howard Ferris defeated W. Stanley Peare?, 3?6, 6?2, ft?2: Arrnand L. Bru neau defeated Edward K. Merle. "?2. ??? t; Ralph V. Lake defeated Herbert Tnd'-n, | ft?0. Mj Valentine V. Haven* defeated I C. H. Nannes, C?a. ft-o; Charles S. Seott I defeated Clyde Marshall. 8?2. 10? 8; H. ' V. Brubans defeated Ralph K Roberts, -?H?4, $?3; Kred I>. d^f^otfcl ! William C. Prill, 6?2, ft? 1; Everett Wau*t> I ; defeated Ell H. Harris. 6?4. ft?4. ' THIRD ROUND?Frank T. Anderson d?f?-ated J Clarence E. Untarbenr, ft?O. o?.1: Charles ! M. Wood. Jr defeat.-.! l>-ennrd W. Knox, i ft?2, ft?0: Herbert L. Bowman d'featnd i Howard Ferris, 0?1, ft?0: Armand L. Bntneau defeated J. P NlUonow, .i~ i, *j~ 3; H. Howard Voshell defeated Ralph Lake, ??0. ft?I; Val-ntlii" V. Hav.-nx I defeateil Charles S. Rrett, ft?2. 8?.",; S V. Brubana defeated William H. Rnxton, I "?i Fr^d D. Powim E\e- I p?tt Wnu*h, 0, &-.1. R. Earl Fink Captures New Jersey Squash Title R. Ear! Fink of the Crescent A. C. an- j nexed the New Jersey squash tennis title ; last night at the Montclair A. C.. de-1 featlng John Taylor of the Princeton : Club in three clo?e|y contested garr<- by the scores of 1H to 17. 1 It to 1 ft. 15 to ry After the first two prolonged periods of play, in which the lead alternated up to the final deciding ace, Taylor weakened and offered slight resistance to the Brooklyn player, Taylor reached the final bv downing Douglas M Homelier of the Tale Club, former football star, tn two fast games, i 15 to 10, 18 to 17. I wo Falls for Strangler Lewis Lkxiwoto*. Ky.. March 12. ? Fd ("Strangler*"! Lewis, world's heavy- 1 weight wrestling champion, defeated 1 George ( "Farmer" t Pa Hey. New Fnir lnnd champion, in two strelgM fulls here last night. Tlie first came after Lewis had pinned twelw headlocks on the challenger In 46 minutes and 19 seconds, i Lewis won the second with nn arm grapevine in 1 minute and 13 seconds. Shelly Joins White Sox. Walla Wam.a, Wash., March 12.?1 Earl Sheely, last year s first baseman 1 with the Chicago White Sox, who hs..< been holding out for an Increased salary itnder a new oontrnet, has reached an iigrerment with that club and left for j the spring training camp. Other Baseball Results 1 ^ J MOBILE. Ala.. March 12? R. It. E St. louts (American \ 3 7 1' Mobile (Pnutliern) 'j p 1 ''?tt^rles- Shocker. Davla. Overloek, Pniett *nd Revereld; Millings and Collins, Nlgmftn. r'tilton, Hehrnenberit. Tato and H> hulti (In Innings). DALLAS, Toxa*. March 12? R H. E. ft. 1/otil* i Nationals) 2 ? "l Clevnland (Americana) ;i i; | | Retteries-< teed win, Halley, North and Alnainlth, Covi'lesktu, Morton and O'Neltt ' TO REVIVE POWER BOAT RACING HERE Change in Rules Bound to Give the Sport a New Impetus. Power bout racing In the past few years has been centered iti the waters of the middle West, with Detroit ns its headquarters. This may hr-e been due to the phenorm 1 cess of tlie De troit yachts, y'i in capturing both the British interr. ttonal trophy nnd the gold cup of ti. ? American I'ower Boat Association. As the cont. --ts for those trophiea have been at Detroit for a Ions time the interest in the sport, par ticularly in this section, waned. There are, however, now Indications of a revival of the sport not only In the vicinity of New York but on other waters. One thine that possibly has brought this about is the change In the rules governing racing for the gold cup. Until this year the boats havo been hydroplanes with unlimited power. Tliey have been very costly to build and to operate. Now the hydroplane is barred and tho cup is for boats of the displacement type with engine power limitrd to t>25 cubic Inches piston dis placement. These restrictions put the sport again within the roach of the man of moderate means. One of the most popular classes last year was that known as tho bear cats built In Detroit. The boats were really fast runabouts, but they were so fast that they furnished some very exciting sport when raced and twenty of them would go around the different courses always bunched at the turning marks. These boats are now eligible for th>! gold cup and so are the sea sleds. Home yachtsmen who have studied these two types are trying to stimulate Interest in them for racing on Long Island Sound, and they report that they have already had a good measure of success. If power boat racing can be started again in this section with boats safe, sane and with good but not excessive speed there is little doubt that It will become popular at oncc. There is also % possibility of some long distance races being arranged on the Round, races of 100 miles or more, in which cruising craft of the sprees type and displacement boats can com pete. The yachtsmen are planning, they are enthusiastic about the revival, and there is every prospect that power boat racing will soon be as popular her* as It Is in Chicago or Detroit, where thou sands of enthusiasts always line the waterfront when there Is a regatta. Camden's Big Polo Tourney. Special Dispatch to Tim Nww Tosk Knuu> Cam-den. S. C\. March 12.?'The Julius Flelschmann team, with a string of twenty-soven polo ponies under the car. of Harry Kast, has arrived from Miami in readiness for the polo tournament which begins in Camden next week. Teams from Camp Bragg and PInehiirst will alwo be here. Three sets of cups from the riding and driving club, the hotels and the cottagers will too con tested for. 'Saturday afternoon a match came of polo between the Bine and White teams wa? played before a hlg gallery on field No. 2. The result was a " to 2 victory for tho Whites. Roudil and Bos Play To-night. TCdotiard Roudil and Ary Bos, the French and Holland billiard amateurs, will make their farewell appearance in this country In a aperlnl match at the Llederkranr, Club to-night. Since the international Class A 18:2 balkllne championship nt the Manufacturers' Club. Philadelphia, In which Roudil fln- ! i.shed fourth and Bos fifth, the two for- i elgn players have competed in special tournaments at the Boston Athletic -As sociation and the St. James Club, Voungstown, Ohio. Me Car till Races to Victory When Oiliers Follow thw Wrong Course. John MeCsrtln, a novice harrier of St. Jerome's Catholic Club, won first pristij in the five mile handicap road race of the Mornlngside A. C., contested through the streets of Woet Harieiu and Washington Heights yesterday. Ho, brea?rted the tape ten yards in front of i Harry Spies of the Mornlngside A. C.,; the Boconrt man. A. Slepel, a soldier runner of Governors Inland, wearing the ] Mornlnvrslde'a colors, was third, fifteen yards back of Spies. McCartin's victory was more or less j a lucky one, because two of his most formidable opponents took the wrong | course. The St. J'/rome runner was also favored by the limit handicap and a good | ftart. He got away quicker than the otiters on the same mark and set a merry pace lor two and a half miles, where George F*itw*immons, racing un attached. and Samuel Tlmmerinan. of St. Jerome's Catholic Club, drew even | with him. The trio of runners ran stride ! for stride until they reached ll>5th street and Broadway, where McCartin turned , east to go over the Viaduct. Fitzsim- ! mons and Tlmmerinan continued u?> Broadway, because they believed that j McCartin had hit the wrong trail. They i did not discover their error urtll they i j had traveled half a mile. It was too late then for them to again catch the | leader. | In the meantime Spies, attempt-1 , Ing a comeback after a long absence i from competition, had challenged Mc ! Cartin for the lead. Ho caught and passed the St. Jerome runner a half-mile from the finish, but held it for only a brief period, for McCartin came again and after racing stride for stride with Spies for a quarter of a mile the latter ? b<=gan to loee ground. The mmmtrlts: I'oaltlnn. Na:nn and Club. Ildop. Time. 1?J. McCartin, St. Jeromes C. C. 3 Id 28 30 H. Hf.l ?. Mornlngside A. C.. 2 30 27 57 I 3?A. Kelpet, Mornlnudde A. C.. 2 30 28 15 ) 4?J. Cliankln, Momlngslrte A. C. 3 o<) ???<) 02 i 5?J. M-aney. St. Anseim* A. C. S 00 20 17 i fl?iV. Thompson, N. Y Academy. 0 30 27 00 7?J. Gllllgan, St. Jeromes C. C. .1 30 30 OS 8?J. Klaus, St. Ansplm* A. C... 1 00 27 52 I ft?J. Cnntella, Paullst A. C...Hcrateli 27 27 I 10?H. Friek, Gl.-n.oe A. C Scratch 27 5* 11?H. Anderson, Sf. Anpelms A.C. 2 00 ? 12?tl. Kit-slmmons, unattached.. 1 30 .tl Ofl j f 13?K. Tlmmcrnmn, S:. Jeromes. 3 00 33 22 ; ? H_f?. Bellove, Mornlngstde A. C. 3 30 34 01 i 15?G. Hurlem C. C 3 30 34 2ti i Sculnick Leads Big Field in Sealed Handicap Run Brooklyn Harrier Defeats 31 in Four Mile Race. The second sealed handlcnp road race r of the Brooklyn A. A., decided over a i four rnlle course yesterday, was won ; by Benjamin Sculnick, a member of the organization, under whose auspices I the event was held. He had an allow 1 ance of 2 minutes 15 seconds, and cov 1 ered the distance In 23:07. Joseph I Thompson of the Long Island A. C. | was second. Third prir.e went to Al ! bert Dorislc of the Glencoe A. C. j A field of thirty-two started from I scratch, the handicaps being kept a ? secret until the race wns over. Harvey I Litchenstein of the Brooklyn A. A. was the first man to cross the finish line and his time of 22:37 was the fnst | est of the afternoon. Louis Mllofsky of the Mornlngside A. C. was second, ' about twenty-five yards back, and Will Lee of the Long Island A. C. was : third. Twenty-four starters completed I the full distance. The summary: Position. Name, Club. Hep. T1m?\ ! 1?B. Sculnlik, Brooklyn A. A.. 2 15 23 07 2?J. Thompson. Lone 1*1. A. C. 4 13 2'i on :t? A. Dfliskt, Glwiro- A. C 4 30 25 42 4-A. Bernstein, Brooklyn A. A. 4 15 25 .".H J ft?H. Bernstein. Brooklyn A. A. 2 00 25 37 ft?S. Herzog, Brooklyn A. A.... 45 23 15 7?1.. Martin, unattached 4 SO 2?i 30 H?W. Ix-e, I .on* Island A. C 45 22 52 ft?R. Jeekel, Ixing Island A. C.. 55 2.'! 00 10?II. Litchenstein, Brooklyn..Rcrateh 22 37 11?J. Wlnnlrk, unattached II 30 2<1 10 I 12?-L. Mllofaky, Morn. A. C..Scratch 22 44 13? M. Srulnlek, Brooklyn A. A.. 4 15 27 00 ! 14?A. Thompson, Brooklyn A. A. 4 00 2d 52 ' 13?11. Grote, Brooklyn A. A 2 30 27 30 Penn Picks Men for Relay With Oxford and Cambridge i Sp'c.nl Diapatrh to Tim Nrw Y.ikk Hb?at.d. Philapvlphia, March 12.?Penn has applied to the United States District Court for live passports to England, f which indicates that the Bed and Blue has virtually chosen the four mile relay : learn that will sail from New York March 21 for the race with Oxford and | < 'ambrldge teams In London April 8. Passports have been asked for Capt. Larry Brown of Seattle. Wash.; Skyman K??rr of Salt Lake City, Utah: Elmer McLean of Rdnian, Oklu. ; Johnny Herr of l.ansdowne. Pa., and Donald Head of Philadelphia. Coach Lawson Robertson, who will accompany the team, will get his pass t port this week. Maryland's Baseball Dates. I Com.kob Park, Md., March 12.? I Twenty-six games with leading institu-1 tions of <ho North, South and middle West make up the University of Mar;/-1 | land's baseball schedule as follows : April 1, Navy at Annaixills; 8d, Dartmouth., tth. Catholic University at Washington ; 7th, Vermont; Mh. South Carolina; 11th., St. John's at Annapolis; 13th, Catholic j University; 14th and 16th, Georgia: j 17th, Gallatidet nt Washington ; 18th., Syracuse; 22d. (>glethori>e; "Rth, Trinity , 28th, West Virginia; 27th, Georgia | Tech; 28th, North Carolina Stato; 29th. Delaware: May 8. North Carolina; 5th, St. John's; 6th, Johns Hopkins at BaJtl-( more; lo*h, Gallaudet: 15th and 18th, i West Virginia at Morgantown; 17th Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh, and l*th and 1>th, Ohio Xtnte at. Columbus. Jones and Adair Defeat Barnes and Hutchison, 3-1 Spfdel Dirpatch tn Tm Nrw Tome Hibal?. Att.anta, Oa., March 12.?Jim Barn** and Jock Hutchison. the. tourlnir irolf champions, to-day suffered their flrnt de feat sln<? their departure from Cali fornia more than a month njro. Bobby Jon is and Parry Adair, Atlanta's pair of youthful amateur atar*. were tlie vWon by a score of 8 and 1. Th<- match tvaa tiiayed f<>r a memorial fund for the late Douglas Edgar. for wlii< li Bnrnea unil Hut< hlson rave their services free of chur?r?\ It attracted a crowd of about 2.HOO people. In contract to his performance at Karon yesterday when he was defeated plnyl'm \>1ih .lack Oak by the champions. S ntid 7, Jones to-<lay plnyed wonderful dfolf. Rather h?- aeored exceedingly well l?i ??mtse of his fine putting, and defeated the ? liairitilons practl illy siwsie handed Hobby vm out In 33. three under i?ir. and Mint ra?l Wax beitcr by loor holes tint! th? boll of tnrV snd .II"1 Tl'f youngster came back in .is, rirlng Mm a score of *9 for the round. The tourists, particularly Hutchison, ? played a little better golf up to the green. Nut here Jones was a wlaard. Al-?n | hi* driving waa nil that could bo desired, j Ttnmea and Hutchison am not puny | ; blttera from the tee by any means, but | ' J. nes was rlrht up with them ev?a-y time, and on nutny of the hoi"-- was far | , In front. The scores were aa follow*: INDtVTWTAl, CARI*. ? a Adair?Out,... R 4 Jon?? Out.,.. .'i ,'t Ilutcti|?>>n -Out 1 4 mmw Out... * 4 Adair?In T> 3 .ton<->- In .... 4 4 Hutchison?In.. 4 a Tlarne?- In.... 5 4 mc?T ha i j, OAnuf Adair and .lonss? Out 3 3 t In i r. Barnes a "t Hutchison Out 4 4 t lr 4 C i 4 1 r. 4 V-42 4-3.1 .ix ft?80 a - w-*a 3?."41 ?t> .-,~a?- v.' a S?-n? a i a s?,'iv-cs 4 n s SOCCER CUP GAME WON BY NEW YORK ' Bay Ridge Eliminated I)v 4 to 1 Score From Annual State Competition. Buy Kldge was eliminated yesterday fro:.; the Southern N. Y. State Cup com- 1 petition at N?*w York Oval by the New York Football Club, which Is scheduled to meet Philadelphia on the same grounds next week. The players from ; South Brooklyn held their own well In early stages of the (titmc, but after changtrg er.rli with a tie score at 1?I, were beaten out by 4 ^oals to 1. Phllp of New York, was first to scoro after good combination play by Andrews and Swtrk. Bay Fudge then forced a corner, but without result. A penalty against OilHIlan of the visiting team, gave I'age a free shot for goal, but the ball bounded back from the crossbar. Ten minutes from half time. Agar and Masterton worked the ball up for Bay Rld^" and Bell equalized. New York assumed the lead again seven minutes after the restart, as Oug san ?i'ored frotn Andrews's pass. F.ve minutes later, Arrhle Stark sent through a daisy-cutter for New York's third (rcaL A beauty, headed Ln by Stark, , wn-< disallowed, but, 15 minutes from , the end, Burnett ncored oft a pass by Duggan. The lineup: New York (4). Bay Ridge <1>. Geudert Goal R'dlly Mcyerdlrks Right bark GUflUan Puse Loft bark. Myers T. Stark Right halt Kane Phllp Outer half Bustard Hera........ Left hall Faat Durban Outilde ri#ht Agar A. Stark Inside right Masterton Burnett Center Hell Hardy Inside left Balrd Andrew* Outside left Shanholt Referee?J. Masterton. Linesmen?B. Coop er and J. Durney. Goals?Phllp. Duggan, A. I Stark, Burnett. New York; Bell, Bay RJi'ije. j Time?Halves of 45 mlnutea. Todfl* Win tn Onp Game. Todd Shipyards soccers, who will go to St. Louis this week to play for the national championship on Thursday, kept ln trim yesterday by defeating Grcnpolnt In the second round of the southern New York State c ip compe tition by the score of 6 goals to 2 at | Todd Field, Brooklyn. Up to the early I part of the second half the Green | pointers made an excellent showing. I hut, thereafter the champions had It all their own way and piled up a lead | of three points. i The lineup: Todd Shopyards (6). Greenpoln* (2). I Renzullt Goal I'nlaskl I Smith.... niKht bark ....Gillespie Whitehead Left ha<-k .. .Gray h'ryr Klght half.. 1. J. Gallagher Campbell. Center half J. Gallagher Ir.i;..' Left half F- Gallagher M Kelvey Outride right Harrington M.Guir* Inside right....... Moran MrKenna Center Hutchison Hosle Inside left Hammond Sweeney OutMde left .Glynn Referee?W. n. (Campbell. I?U>e? men?J Lance and J. 8. Murray. C,o-*l.s-M"K< ina (2), Smith, Sweeney li), Todd Shipyard?; Moran (2). Greenpolnt. Time?Haive.i of 4" minutes. Harrison Ties Philadelphia. Harrison soccers, after losing In Philadelphia on Saturday, recovered in good shape yesterday and played a tie grime against the Philadelphia Football Club in the American Soccer League series at Harrison, N. J. The lineup: Harrison (2). Philadelphia (2). Tlntl" Goal Kerr Fletcher RlKht hark Collier Butterworth ba<k Forrest I Mtilr Right half Murray Post Center half Neilson Itlskey l>ft hslf lxirlm-r Welch Outwlde rlnht Campbell I'.-pper Inside right .J?ap Hrmlmlegr Center Rrittain Ford Inside left Morley Brown Outside left Flrmlni? Uuferee?T. Cunningham. I>lne?men?A. Kxplln and It. MeMahon. Goals?Brown, Hemlnsley, for Harrison F. C.: Brtttaln, Xellnon. for Philadelphia F. C. Tin. of ha 1 vex?4." minutes. Stroller* Tie Norvrrarlntia. The Bay Ridge Stroller* and the Norwe gians played a tie cam*- In the seeond dlvl ?|on of the New York State Soccer T.eague series at St. Agatha's Oval in Brooklyn, yesterday, <*eh side scoring once. Walsh tnllled first for the Strollers In the secoml half and Olsen equalized soon after. Re-cord Score by Brooklra. The eleven of the Brooklyn Football Club made a record more in the t.a Kultsna cup mutch at the Rldgesrood Bas'ball Ground? yesterdny. rolling up 15 tntU to none by 'h opposing team of 'he Urittanle Football Club. Vt half time, the victors wer? lcud Ing S?0. Rew *bot five of the goala, Mc Don-ild thr" ?, and Garslde two. A noal each was aNo contributed by Crane. Rnst<, McGarrachie, Cameron and McChearile. Kstrn Period Weeded Tfere. Afti r ninety minute* ef t-aln efforts to morn tn " l.a Sultana '-up match at Steln ?m Oval T.onc Island City, yesterday, ?*tra periods v. order* d by the referee and then the 8t"ln?n> F. C. eleven succeeded !n defeating the catholic <"!ub of West Har lem by 2 goala to 1. Mw rher and dherrtt; ? I ot a goal apiece for th.i victor . tvlnle Sloan scored In behalf of the Catholic Club. Max Bohland to Return to the Paulist A. C. Fold After competing a* unattached for one year Max Bwhland. a one time na tlonal champion harrier, has asked tho registration committee of the Metro politan A. A. T'. for permission to r<p res<~nt the Paulist A. C. Bohland scored most of his rotable athletic triumphs in the color* of the West fide organi zation several years ago. Other nthletas who are seeking changes of registration are W. Kin seila, unattB'hcd. to St. Anselm's A, C.; Henry D. Noll. Pastime V. P., to un attached; J. Nulty, Telephone Society, to St. Anselm's A. Harry A. Goas, Bronx Church House A. A., to St. Anselm's A. C.; Btigene Weiss. Hun garian A. C., to unatiaObed, William 1 Sussman, unattached, to Clark House A. A.; Joseph Scoppettone. tJlencoc A. C., to unattached: Julius T\ I.lttmnn, Forrtham Unlversitr, to Pastlm- \. C. N'icholaa Onaglioreill, unattached, to Pastini" A. C., and William Harvey, unattached, to Holy Name Boys ("lub. Navy Plebe Crew Will Row Harvard and Tiger Freshmen 5p?c*il /HspdtcA *? Tn* V?w Yosw Tlrs?n>. AirMAfOLis. Md., Marrh 13.?Tht Naval Academy <;xp<Ji-'s to send Its plebe or first year crew to Cambridge on May <1 to nv ot the freVitnen of1 Harvard and Princeton varsity crews of those Institutions' contest on thej same date. The plebe crew Is a htis- | kler bunch than usual and have beet' working under Mctiard Olendon, Jr., u son of the veteran navy coach. The varsity Includes seven of the regular* of Inst season. Smarting un- , der the defeat by Princeton last year they are working hsrd to revi-sp the result when they ?n?< t on the Charles. Notes of the Athletes. The annual ele-non of > ffl ers of the' Walkers Club ?' America will he tvld at the home of the v nilngilde A. <* t<. morrow , nlrt ? 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