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LEXINGTON STABLE'S DERBY HOPE IS EASY WINNER ON MARYLAND TRACK
Missionary Shows Stake
Quality at Havre de Grace
Beats Several Preakness and Kentucky Derby Eligibles,
Including the Poorly Ridden Spanish Maize,
in the Shenandoah Handicap.
Special Despatch to Tub New Yobk Hctlu t>.
Baltimore, Md., April 26.?Missionary, the Lexington Stable's Derby \
and Preakness remote possibility, showed something of his recent trial
speed by taking the Shenandoah Handicap at a mile and seventy yards
handily at Havre de Grace to day. Ridden by Shuttinger and carrying
top weight of 113 pounds. Missionary dominated the running throughout.
After acting badly at the post he wasi hard ridden to a wide lead rounding
the first turn, followed in order by Violinist and Dick Deadeye. Spanish
Maize, the heavily backed favorite from the Commander Ross barn, was
away sluggishly and collided with Sailing Along as the pair reached the
tirst turn.
Turner theraupon took the son of
Spanish Prince out to midtrack and
kept him there throughout the run
ning, apparently reconciled to Mis
sionary's lead. The son of Hourless
received a momentary breathing spell
at the half miio ground, so that Sail
ing Along drew within two lengths,
but at Shuttlngar's call Missionary
drew away easily to a three lengths
advantage at the end. Sailing Along
held the place in a drive fcft' a half
!?ngth. due to Turner's feeble handling
oi Spanish Maize, who climbed as
tflough he were making his debut in
racing faultily shod. Spanish Maize is
yet a maiden and will receive a twelve
pound allowance in the rich Preak
ness if he does not graduate before
May 13.
Before the racing hour Dr. R. "XV. Mc
' hilly of New York offered James W.
.McClelland, manager of the Lexington
St-ihle, $75,000 for the Derby prospcct
T/ncky Hour and asked for a price on
Missionary. McClelland said thtit the
two colts may be had for a lump sum of
SUO.OOO. Missionary's winning effort
failed to enhance his value In the minds
of horsemen. Spanish Maize will. need
ell allowances and improved fosm to
h'tva a Prcakness cliance. Violinist's
performance further eliminated him
I'rom classic consideration.
Dice box results continue (o fait into
the winner's circle. Superlative ami
I.unetta were the onty successful fa
\ "rites during the day. A quickly risen
.npcrature enabled the spectators to
r:hed some of the furs and top coats
?vhich had previously been a necessity
at the meeting. The track was fast, the
program o'-dlnar>.
Superlative. W. J. Salmon's son of
Superman und Rupicola, whs called on
for all his couraKc to take the fourth, a
t>urse for maiden three-year-olds. The
j'eruvian and Star Jester alternated at
the pa>-e after Superlative left anionk
the trailers, but the Healey trained colt
stood Butwell's steady drive for three
furlonKa and got up in the la':t nod to
rob The Peruvian of first honors. Star
Jester saved third.
starter Milton had sevem minutes of
bother with the sextet In the sixth
race, won by Lunetta, under Thomas's
?fO'id handling. The mare was on her
vji.iil bad behavior at the barrier.
Lucity B was even wole. The latter
rear d and fell over backward, narrow
ly escaping little Rice's prostrate bod5.
He ww quickly remounted and followed
The Lamb's early pace from the ragged
start. Lunclta was kc/pt in restraint
under her top weight of ilS pounds, and
v ent into easy command at the home
cum to win going away from Tippo
Sahib, Lucky B weakened badly In the
closing strides, and gave way to the
early unfortunate Gain de Cause for
!i110 lienors In the closlrwr test.
Laugh Red, after a stealthy prep
administered at Bennings and under
J03lah'v capable handling, got up In
the final stage of the thiad. a mile and
a sixteenth claiming event, and overtook
the heavily backed and invariably dis
appointing Phalaris.
Exhorter, champion second horae of
the turf, had his nock in front forty
jumps from the finish of the final, and
then ran true to form by surrenderor
lo Malso in the final nod. Titania took
the opener in a ramp and Bessie Lekgh
i--.ii stood n drive to account for the
jiv enito ruce.
Apprentice Priblc, <*hose life warn de
spaired of after hk fall on 'Monday. Is
? iponding to treatment at a Baltimore
I; ipital and Is reported out of danger.
"?plccbaso Jockey Sims, accused of
"ivjng rustained a fractured skull by
(be traxsk physician, after his fall on
Monday, denied it this morning by walk
ing out of the hospital.
Havre de Grace Entries.
Hrst Race? Claiming: for three-year-olds
? ?' "nward; six f"Hongss
'Xmlex. Wt.l Index. Wt.
'?4 'Sagacity ...1111 11T Turnabout ..110
?;? 'HI'n Jewel..117 MB ?Wr>lth 111
?Doctor Jlm.lOPl 112' *C..T. C'gmlle.llS
? T'lsh C 1061 >nrt*ni*ht Angle..107
Balustrade ..118 139 Moody 11"
I0S 'Troubler ...103| - Miles S IDS
11 Bennlngtno .111 ?6? Wrecker 117
795 Ml'y Buxlon.l01|
\l??p M*rl*
1H 'Eternity ...11."! 11R 'Aplejack It.HP
? *E. B. Shcp.101 24 ? Id rail 10*
r.7 'Panaman ..11?|
-Vcond Race?The Liverpool Steeplechase
Handicap: for four-year-oldi; and upward;
about two miles:
index. Wtllndex. W.
? Hhoal 14.1i ? Houyhnhnw .1*2
? lf'7 Butcher Boy. 1391 ? . Bry. o' Lynn.130
1 J07: ?Frr? State..134l(121> ttPeccant ...142
? tBy Me-k... .130) 12j Formtstress .135
? l>qulm?u . .143) 107 JOrenadler ..130
I 13-1 Infidel II... .130
-Ten pounds allowance for rider.
Bean Bry son and Qulncy Stable entry.
Third Race?Claiming: for three-year-olds;
five and one-half '"-longs:
Index. Wt.l Tnde*. Wt.
? Knot Grass..1151 'M'arle Man.10'
1.12 *Clansman ,.110| 101 Callstoga.... 90
HO Avlcpa 107| ? Jocose 112
*5 'F'nle Beaii.102| 108'<"?pe PIMar.. 10ft
117 'Bountiful... 991 HO' *M. Curtia....l02
? Long Island.IK, 129 ?IJltlmala.... 09
(IftSi 'Kxcuiw Me 110 108' 'M. Emma O PS
129 'Br'llant Rayl07(
Aire 11 ?
? Simplicity ..1011 123 Vineyard ...106
? Af'can Rosf.110 123 Joseph Brant.109
? * Yankee Gold 90|
'"ourth haue?Vh ? M>erde?n Stakes, #3,000
? <lried; for two-year-olds: four and one-half
furlongs:
Indux. Wt.ilndex. Wt.
(ICS) tEnchantm't 122) (43) Better Luck..122
(113) JCartoonlst .116 134 Wrangle IH
- Tall Timber.11?l 113 4Ke?nan 11H
92' tWoodland ..113| 123'Rork 119
'Whitney entry.
, Bud Fisher entry.
fifth Raca?The Anneaely Furse: for
three-year-olds and upward; one mile and
seventy yards:
Index. Wt.'Index. Wt.
<9?>Our Flag....1141 1|0 Fairway J04
<110) Hedgefleld . ,107| 138' Valor 107
81 P. de Morny.1071(130) Mainmast ...102
Sl*th Race?Claiming: for three-year-olds
and upward; one one-half mllea:
Index. Wt.
118 'tWaukeag ..106
133 Dolly C 108
132* Drifting 90
Index. Wt,
133' ?Att'y Mulr-.lll
(133) 'tLaxy Lou..106
1J5 Ravens wood.. 90
132 Anniversary..108
? Freeman and Hayes entry.
."evanth Race?Claiming: for four-year
olds and upward; one and one-sixteenth
TndAt. Wt.l Index. Wt.
1l4'*Ettaha 113, 140 Walk rp 103
08> 'Iron Boy...1081 119 'Miss F'talne.103
156 'Amuse ....198! 73 'Copyright ..108
- 'Franc T'ur.1031 133 'Trick-tar 11.110
?>4 'Bnerlnlta ..1031 r.o 'Tun II 10:
>126) 'M'lght Pun 113! 139 Htauncli 10:;
?t 'John Arbor.108i 77 'Ornia Reed. 98
lOoBlmont 108;
,?i ? r i" tMe:
122 I.ufltnore .... 1031'1 IP) 'Fixer 198
inn 'Eucy Kate.1.03, 1W 'G'n Chance. 10f
112 'J. Reeves... 10H|
Wather rhVi, tia>-k fss'.
?Apprentice allowance claimed.
Eteson Pitches No-Hit Game,
Brown Winning by 4 to 1
Special Dispatch to The Nbw York IIisai.iv
Providence, R. I., April 25.?Eteson,
in the box for Brown, to-day held the
University of Maine boys helpless at all
stages of the game, of which the score
?was 4 to 1 In Brown's favor.
The Brunonlan twirler worked through
thn nine innings without allowing the
visitors a lilt. The Brown sluggers
found Rcpsi.-ba. for rix bingles. The
score:
BROWN. | UNIV. OF MAINE,
ah r li o a e| ab r h o a e
Tr'bwr.lf 41 J 0 0 0( Johns'n,2b 3 00 2 3 0
Roberts.rf 2 10 2 0 0| Sargent,3b 4 10 1 t 0
Pkham.lb 4 1 'J 11 0 0 Osgood,ss. 3 0 0 5 22
Leavett.cf 4 1 2 it 0 OjRuak.lf... 400 4 00
Mttch'l,3b 4 0 0 2 0 1.KinK.cf.. 3 00 1 1 0
Kilp'tk.ss 3 0 0 3 r, 0|Con1ey,lb. 2 00 6 2 0
Krieel'd.c 3 00 4 O OiEunge.rf.. 3 00 0 0 0
M'ther,2b " 00 2 5 0 Prescott.c 3 00 5 1 1
Eteson.p.. 20 1 0 2 llltepscba.p. 2 00 0 1 2
Totals.20 4 0 27 12 2| Total*.. .27 1 0 24 11 5
Krore by inrvlngs:
Brown 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 x~4
Maine 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?1
Hit*?Off Renveba, 6 in nine innings.
Stolon base? llckhain. Three base hit? !
I.eavltt. Hacrlticc lilts?Ete.?on, Robertson. ,
I'.iilblf plays?Osgood to Conley, Preaeott to I
| O^K"'"!. Sxrrrnt t<> Orgooil ?e 'niili y K!'- 1
patrirk to Meriwether to Piekliam. Struck
nut?By Eteson, 4; by Repsctia, 4. Basu on ,
balls?Off Eteson. J; off Repscba, t. Hit I
by pitcher?By Eteson (Osgood;. First bas" j
on errors?Brown, 4: Maine, 1. Left on ]
bases?Brown. 4; Maine, 2. Time of Game? 1 |
hour and 30 minutes. Umpire? Devron.
i Maryland Wins at Lacrosse.
College Park, Md., April 25.?The I
University of Maryland lacrosse team!
defeated Baltimore Polytechnic lnsti- j
tute 6 to 1 to-day.
HOUSES SPEED IIP
AT BELMONT PARK
Coughing Epidemic Dying
Out; Bennings Park Makes
a Fine Showing.
By IIENRY V. KINO.
Tho good weather brought a host of
horses out for fast work at the loc'i!
tracks yesterday and worked wonderu
with those on the coughing list- Tt
tended to prevent the spread of the
dreaded affliction and gave the host of
trainers hope that tho epidemic will
soon disappear.
But it already lias done Its deadly
work among tho two-year-olds, espe
cially at Belmont Park. So many of
them were stricken that It is not likely
that more than a dozen of the hundred
stablerl at the park will be able to race
during the early pan of the Jamalea
meeting. It knocked Ihern out of train
ing, and yesterday their work was con
fined to walks.
Almost all tho other horses at Bel
mont Park were breezing, and there
wore several nice trials. I.awrenc?*
Waterbury's Bennings Park went best.
He stepped five furlongs under restraint
In 1:01.
Mrs. Wilfrid Vlau's Georglc and Firm
Friend had an impressive work out, too.
They stepped five furlongs In 1:01 1-&.
Mra. Payne Whitney's Black Rascal
breezed six furlongs In 1:16 3-G. hard held
all the way. In ltls previous trials he
showed that he had all of his speed of
last year, and yesterday he acted ati If
he might be able to carry his speed
for a mile or so. Gallant Man and Let
terman breezed five furlongs in 1:011-5
and accomplished their task igfll in
hand. Both were fighting to go faster
all the way.
Frank Brown's HephalftOB. the bay
eon of VulcaJn out of Neva W., which
won several races impressively In Mary
land last fall had u sensational trial
at the Jamaica track. He worked a
milo in 1:43 3-6 handily. He stepped the
first hfltf in 17 3-6 and the three-quarters
In 1:13 3-5.
Jim Fitzslmmons let 1:1s Preakness
eligible*. Relay, Kay Jay and All Over,
run yesterday morning at Aqueduct. All
showed good speed. Ray Jay, with
Ponce In the saddle, stepped the first
half mile in a shade better than 0:4S
and then breezed three-quarters in
1:14 3-5. Relay, winner of the Walden
last fall, made the same time, but his
work was not quite so impressive.
Joseph E. Widener's fast but erratic
Naturalist was on the track at Belmont,
but only for a slow gallop. After it he
hobbled back to the stable lame.
The New York Herald Racing Chart
HAVRE DE GRACE RACETRACK, April Cloudy I track fast.
1 1.1 FIRST RACE?Claiming. For thre?-year-old and upward. Puree, $1,314.40. Five
?* 1 * end a half furlongs. Time, 1:07 Winner, ch. id.. 5, by Ba:'J of Hope
Lady Fern. Owner and trainer, W. DURNAN. Start good. Won easily. Place
same. Poyt, 2:34. Off, 2:33.
% Fin. Jockey. St.
1? 1' Lang $18.20
Inde.x. Iforse. Wt. PP. St!
100:' Tltsnla 104 12
11 "J Tl c-a-Llig 112 15
SO3 J ago loo 5
? Mack Garner.... 114 8
(70) SptH'-? 11'.' 7
127 Charlie Suinroy. .112 14
t SO) The Nephew loo 11
*0 Perhaps 112 0
OS' Vanity Dresser... 04 0
100 Clinch field 10*: 13
? JUppyGo LucUy.112 3
?M) Allah Ill t
SO Alex Hamilton... 110 10
122 Tloundaman P5 1
72 Marjorie M 100 2
!*
7
8
11
10
12
13
6
"H
2',4 Kunimer
:;>U R. Rice..
4 Marlnelll
B T. Nolan.
0 Johnson .
7 Clantner .
H Allet
9 Frieshon .
0 Pentnan .
1 Morris ..,
12 Huiwell ..
3 Walli ....
It Chalmers
Marts
PI.
10.30
a.40
8h.
?r..4<)
7.80
12.10
Titanla stole n Ions lead and easily held race ?af?. Tlng-a-Llng ran Kindly, canm
around his t'Md. finished stoutly. Jago mado up ground with a rush. Mack Garner and
Alex Ilaml.ton tired.
Scratched?Wireless, Futen, Panaman, Reluctant, Theo.
SECOND RACE?Claiming. Two-year-olds. Purae, $1,314.40. Four furlongs.
Winner, eh. f.t 2, by Wormleighton?Bessie Moore. Owner and trainer. H.
ROSEAGHER. Time, 0:48 2-9. Start good. Won easily. Placo driving. Post.
":0-r>. Off. 3:10.
II. .??. Wt. I'P. Ft. >i H Fin. Jockey. St. 11.
I'ttJ' 1? Morris $17.00 $8.00
... ... _ __
142
1 Inde
Wt. I'P. Ft.
7 4
2 2
9
80
Ch.
$*.40
7.00
7.40
10rtn Bessie Leigh ton 109
106= Josephine C *06 2 2 2SH 2? R. Rice.
108 Lank 112 5? d? 3'%T. Rico.
120 tGold Mount 107 1 1 7 8 1 Marlnelll
100 IKewple S 102 10 13 11 V r. Lang ? - _
<57) Be Trueman 111 8 * :< 3 ? Kelsay ? ? ?
120 BIJou 00 5 10 10 1 7 Suart ? ? ?
10H tThe Mulesklnner 110 4 6 4 4 8 Heupel _ _ _
113 The Ulster 115 3 11 fl o n Chlavetta ? ? ?
00 Sweet and Prcttv.... 112 0 7 8 10 10 C. Kumiucr.... ? ? ?
120 Illusionist 100 13 6 13 11 11 Walls ? ? _
-- Beth'* Lemon Ill 12 12 12 12 12 Penman ?
130* tSoviet IIS 11 3 B 13 13 Butweli ? ?
lR. T. Wilson and W. J. Salmon entry
}J. R. MeDanlel and P. J. Lavtn entry.
}>srle Letghton brolco well in motion, rushed Into :i long lead and oasllf held Joseph
ine C. ?af?' ot end. Josephine C. made a same effort. Lank closed with t rusn. Gold
Mount was .Mavply jliut off at i.tart. -vao running ttrong at end. Kewple B. Via forced
?id" for entire trip. F.e Truoman o.ult.
i eratchcd?Soul Mate, Zoana, Atliauua. Armedee.
1 .4 ?? THIRD RACE?Claiming. Three-yeur-olds an<3 upward. Mile and a ?Utee<ith.
" Purse, $1314.40. Winner, b. g.. 4. by Lough Foyle?Ruby Hyarai. Owner.
W. HEALY. Trainer. J. Jenkins. Time, 1:48 4-5. 8tart good. W?n
Index.
driving.
Horse.
127 Lough Red.. 104
12?? Phalsrl 107
112 Horeb 105
122' Archive 94
112J Explosive ..102
84 Mor'g Face.. 80
Alhena 99
Pammy Jay. 105
? Prlnt'o Devil 98
122 Com. Colin.. 98
Place same.
Wt. PP. St.
1"3
133
Post, 3:38. Off. 3:30.
U % M. Ptn. _ Jockey.
i* i?H i?
C.0 Mark West. 104 U> 8
2?
10
n
8
o
?
li
4
8
et. pi.
ltt Joslah $33-90 $11.40
:* Johnsop ? 3.20
3* Thomae ? ?
4 Merlmee ? ?
5 Rowan ? ?
H Wallace ? ?
7 Chalmers ? ?
8 Woodstock .... ? ?
9 Lang ? ?
10 Pf-nman ? ?
11 Mortis
SI).
$7.30
2.70
5.b0
Loiinh R* d worked his way up, ullpped through nest to tlio rail in the stretch ruu
I ntid out tamed Pha'.aris. PhalarlH had no excuse. Ho broUe well, forced the pace but
quit. Horeb va* best of the others. Archive niado up some ground.
j Scratch"d?High Magic, Bryngar, Bolster.
FOURTH RACE?For maiden three-year-olds. Pursu $1,314.40. til* furlonge. Win
ner, b. c.. 3, by Superman -Rtiplcoln. Owner, W. J. SALMON. Trainer. T. J.
Heal.v. Time 1:13 4-5. Start *ood. Wen di-ivlnp Place same. Post 4:09. <>ff 4:13.
114
Index. Horse.
123' Buperlutln
101
101
101
101
101
101
Wt. PP. St.
115 8 ?
?I H
r.: >4 4 ?
2 Hi 1'
1< 2?
II 11
9 1)
1" 10
e
Fin. Jocl;*y. St.
I" Eutwell $3.80
l" -'M-C. Kummer ?
2ti4 34 Keogli ?
.1 I Laiig ?
? I'arlco ??
ft 1 Allen ?
7 7 Kelsay ?
8 s r. Rice ?
1 n otlck ?
Ttomu-s ?
Heupel ........ ?
PI.
$2 SO
3.00
eh.
$2.20
2.SO
3.10
Tin Pc.ru\lan... .113
?rftnr Jc.Ur 112
Yltaniin ..113
?itH'iiietta 110
Cooi.vardlfi ......11j
Anna NT 110
v, Riu Rlnbon 110
101 M. Mnrpi y MO
12."$ Alt Tan 115
? Miry Rock 110 10 10 10 10
*Salubrla Stable-Tiosd entrj.
Superlative, xlURglsh In early running, "as lucky to get an op^nlnp next to rail In
stretch, c!?.<etl fast, but ?as In very >:loso quarters rlp'.it at end arid Just got up to win.
Tlii Peruvian probably best, but C. Kummer took things rather too oary in last
slxtMMh. Star Jester ran a very good race. Racquetta worth remembering. Vitamin
?Wt.
11
Scratched -Jocose, Dinahmeur, Confusion.
n:
FIFTH RACi -Tho Fhetiandoali Handicap.
yards. Purse 12.114.40. Winner, ch. I
LEXlNCiTuN HTABLE. Trainer, R. Waldron
Won easllj Place driving.
Three-year oMu. Mile and seventy
by Hourless?Mission. Owner.
'Time, 1:411-5. 8tart g'jod.
It.'ex. Horse. Wt. PP. St.
130 Missionary 1l? 5
124 fling A1"ng US
12::? Hi.bm Maize. 1<>7
117 Violinist 113
81? Dl.-k Dcadeye ?t
n n
l l
Hcliuttliiger V..$12.4(1
Marlnelll ?
C. Turner ?
Kelsay ?
Lang
PI. Sh.
$1.40 ,*2.fiO
7.70 a.40
? 8.20
Foet. 1:43. Off. 4:43.
\ v. Fin. Jockey. _ St.
l'% l'H l'
2h 2U
4? #? .*<?
3 4 4
. 6 .1 5
Missionary displayed a world of early.speed. raced Violinist Into aubmlsHlon und
cKslly drev^ awny at end. Sailing Along, always <"lose to pace, outgamed ctpanlsli Maitc
at end. Spanish Matr.'i t,?nl wide for entire trip and was weakly ridden. Violinist
speed for six furlong.'. Dick Deadeyo outclassed.
K'THtrhcri-Plllorj', Opperman.
||i- SIXTH RACE?Claiming. For four-venr olds and upward. Puree $1,314.40. Mils
? *'" and a f irlotio. Winner, br. m., 3, hv Lake McLuke?Agnes. Owiit-r and trainer.
O.C.WINFREY. Time. I-M 1-.". Start bad. Won easily. P1s>-.j
5:13. Off. r. 23.
Index. Hors". Wt TP. St. U 'i K M. Fin -Tnckey. 8t.
47* MMIet'.ii 113 0 3 li' 2' V I" I3 Thomas -1.90
104? Tlppf Halilb.. Ill 1 3 4? 4' 3'3> 2?
M* O. de Cause , 100 n 2 5? &> 4'4 4? 3'
K'2> Lucky 0... 10O 2 4 2 1 1 2 !
101 ri- :in Gone.."W ? 6 H (t ? ? (1
104'The Lnmb.,100 1113 5 5 5
Lunetta outclassed her field, she wan rated behind tho early pace to tlio etretili, tooii
tho lead and easily lield Tlppo Hahlb snfo. Tlpp" Salilb wae In close quarters around tlv
uppi-r turn, was running strong. Gain do Causo ran a good race. Tho Lai ib quit
aft<T "'-owliKf earlv ?peed.
Scratched?Our nag, Dark Hill, Biff Bang,. Conime CI.
1 ,4 7 SEVENTH RACE-Claimlng. For three-year-olds and upward. One mile and a
lt'l sixteenth. Time, 1:48 4-V Purse., $1.314 40. Winner, ch. f.. 5, by Cncle-Malta.
Owner, W. FARNVM. Tr.-jlner, W. II. Ki?er. Start good. Won driving. Plain
same. Pn-t, 5:?2. Off 5:57.
Index. Horse. Wt. PP Pt. U u, % M. Fin. Jockey. Bt. PI. 8h.
77 Mai/' 94 II 13 Jl? ilH 8?H4' 1H Wor^lslock ...$19?0 $7.20 $.*,.20
? ? 4 2'4 2? 1? 1",4 24 R. Rice - 3.40 2.80
3 1' I'H'J'H2' 3'H W. Brown ? ? 9.30
3 3?
Jockey.
Thomas ,
K?l'ay .
C. Tjing.
R. Rice .
Morris ,.
Wallace
1*1.
...?.:o
(L.iio
Post
Hh.
'-.no
$3.20
4.:io
128'Exhortm ?.. 105
HI M. l.uekett.. mh
OS T. Queen 100 13 0 8
ok Pansy :,7 1 I 8
122 W. Stranger. 93 0 6 5
122- T'rlftln* .... I'5 .1 12 12
126 t'nr HC> "11 9
its Prunes !'0 7 7 7
11X1 The wau 94 3 3 ?
98 Retain* 100 10 8 1
122 Restless ... 01 9 1(1 13
122 W. Arrtr ...HV. 12 0 10
Jtniyc elfiecl CmsI In the last six
10
Ms
Sjti aitUcU?^alii tp.
i h i l,uri 't hei'.l
Gregory
T-ati?: ? ? ?
Prleshon ? ? ?
Marts ? ? ?
Gantner ? ? ?
rhalmera ? ? ?
Grose ?? ? ?
11 Thomas ? ? ?
12 12 Swart ? ? ?
i;t 13 Wallace ? ? ?
.,,1 -eon K"lr><: away. Exhorter tired after g't
L'ii v. ? II. Pans) i nit u fair race.
11 10
THE LISTENING POST
?i, *> By Walter Trumbull p
C opt right, 1922, by The Kcw York Herald.
THE DIFFERENCE.
When a fellow's lonely.
When a fellow's blue,
Meeting trouble only,
What does a fellow doT
Well, one tcill withdraw and
Idly sit and 30b;
The other sets his jaw and
Sticks right to his job.
DURABILITY.
Durability counta largely In any sport. As a usual thing, the fighter
who can get up after a knockdown, the player who is in every game and
the runner who keeps on plugging after the rest are through is a safer bet
than the flashing, but brittle star. And when a man combines brilliancy
with durability he Is practically unbeatable.
The other day the St. "Louis Cardinals, admittedly pennant contenders,
had the Chicago Cubs, a team expected to finish no higher than sixth at best,
apparently beaten by a score of 4 to 2, with two men out in the ninth inning.
Chicago won that game by a score of 10 to B. That Is what makes baseball.
"When they bury the hatchet in some countries It seems as If they burled
it in somebody's skull.
yiffht, the enchantress. flings her dusky hair,
All set with jeweU'd stars, across the sky,
Hiding the sun so that she way prepare
Her mysterie/i unseen by mortal eye.
And, tohen she's ready, lighting up her stage
With m.agte. moonlight. So, hrr song in sung
Which stirs youth's heartstrings, and sets bitter age
To old, street dreams of when it too was young.
Sincerity doran't mean always going out of your way to say the disa
greeable thing.
Having refused all offers to fight in Burope. Johnny Kilhaue will soon be
on hie way back to refuse all offers to fight in the L'nltM Stales.
Of course, there is some talk about Job' - evgugirg In u .1 argument
with the winner of the Pepper Martin-Bab" Herman bout. Ho may do it \f
he gets money enough and is permitted to dictate the t-M-ms of the match and
name the referee.
Usually, aJl Johnny wants Is a purse consisting of the U. P- Treasury, to
be permitted to come In at catch weights, while his opponent agrees to saw
off a leg und to have some relative as the third man in the ring.
Wonder if raisins and yeast can have anything to do ?with all this talk
of the rising generation.
Which reminds us that some scoffers claim that Conan Doyle's spirits
are not over one-half of 1 per cent.
There never was a golfer yet who, at some time In his life, didn't make
a shot that was sure to furnish conversation for his old age.
Come, little comrade; well you know
I'm waiting here for yo-a.
Tou have so many years to go,
And I perhaps ao /etc;
You. have so many years to climb
Whatever heights you. tee,
That I should think you'd find the time
To comc and play with vie.
Come, hurrying, for moments ate
Too valuable to lose;
Together toe shall travel far
On any path you ehooae:
Together tee shall do to-day
The things you lOtsh to do?
J'or any game, in fun to play
Ho long as I'm with you.
Could it be just possible that :ill this talk about Dempsey fighting Wills
! abroad might be supposed to create a demand that the bout be h^ld In thlu
| country?
It Is Interesting to note that I^wr^nce Brown, captain of the Penn track
team, considers StaJlard of Cambridge thr great. *t inller in the ?uorld to-day.
! Brown thinks that the Englishman id capablc of setting up a new record for
| the distance.
I It looks to the big league clubs as if somebody got Jack Frost in the draft.
Triple Steal and Squeeze
As Penn Brts Muhlenberg
Red and Blue Have No Trou
ble Scoring Shut Out.
Philadelphia, April 1G.?E> t r; thins
. froru spectacular divine catcheu to a
| triple steal mid double squeeze play
bobbed up wlitn Penn beat Muhlenberg
on FranWlln Field to-day, 12 to 0. It
wu a fame of three ring tlirlllere from
the Bed and Blue standpoint, hut the
Allentown collegians put up a weird ex
hibition. Penn used seventeen players.
In tho third Inning Panny Hulilvan
:<tole home, and as part of the triple
theft a>-t A1 Mouradlan -md Mike
I Whltehlll al:o advanced, .^ullhau \\au
the big; s-orlng ?ce. with three run*.
"Red" Plnrncy, subbing for Capt. Billy ;
| MaJier In Hie closing Innings, Hatik!
| MeCSraw und Dwyer were the Individuals
j who took part In the doublr equecz' . I
| It came in tho seventh when Dwjvr. '
who had relieved Goldblatt at. second,
sacrificed. W"hll?. pitcher Witt was
throwing out Dwyer Plnney and Me-1
Oraw rushed lwme. The scotv;
MUHLENBKRO. | _ PENN.
ibrli o h al> rh o ;
Ttufc.lf... 100 1 1 O.Oblatt.'.b I I 2 I 10
Turn*r,rf 4ft) 11 D?;*r,Jb. "00 0 no
H'rom.as. *0 0 2 2 i'JMcMlt-n.cf ?*> 0 O I 0 0
witt.p... 501 i &o'aurvm.-Ui 2^12 <i i i
Wton.lb. 200 9 0 l'war<f,.'jb.. :: t 1 0 ?: 0
; J'lison.ati 300 0 2 IIM dlan.lf. .11: 1 ti o
I A'war.lf.c 300 4 0"|Slmp?on,lf 101 2 00
Aaii."b.. 300 a r, i w hin.ib. i i 7 <n.
rvtpaas.ef loo 0 OO'fteam.cf.. 1 O 1 t 0 0
Ueed.ef . '.'0 0 2 OOMHher.e.. 311 .i 1 ?)
jPlnnay.e.. 2 II I po!
Totals.!? 0 S 24 14 ?! W'ffey.rf. 2 00 0 Cm
McC.w.rf. 110 n on
i. . ."11 2 1 e I
linger,cf 3 10 1 01
Hohrcr.p. 100 0 1 0,
l.nraun.p. 000 0 00!
Total". Sfl 12 l.'i*2H 10 1 I
I ?Wueton bunted third strlku In second. J
I Muhlenberg 000000000 0;
Pnnri I t 2 J 0 0 2 1 x- 12 |
I r,*ft on baa???Muhlenberg 3, TYnii 7. Two j
b??" hlls-MourHdtan. fciulllvan, Plmu'v.
j bare lilt?Simpson. Home runs?Gold
l<Ut?. Wliltehlll. fuerlflrp hit* Mahnffey, 1
Pwycr. Htotoii baaea?Mouradlan SulHt-n, |
| Wliltelilll, rinncy, Mniraw, fleam. I >oublc
i Ploy-Witt. \ah, lfol?lroni and V.'ft-i'i 1
riant** oil ball*?Off Witt 4. Htrucli on*-Hy '
| Ilunt*lnger 3. by Rohrar V. by Will I.
j 1 Itching record?Off llunt*ln3?-r. no rut .
I 1 lilt In "> innings: off Belir>?r, no run,*, hoi
! IiIIk In 3 tolling*; off t.?raon, no num. 1 lilt
In 1 Inning. Wild pitch**?Witt 2 t'mpir<- j
: Warner. Tlniu of game?1 hour and 02 inln- j
j ntea.
, Long Punt With Spiked Shoes.
j Spftal Dtipafcfi to Tiib New Yoaic Htuw
Nkw Brunswick, N. J? April ?3.?As j
a grand finale to the Hutgers sprltiB I
I football practice, which ha? been going [
I on Indoors for three month#, C'oacli
| George Foster Sanford is holding out
i door drills daily this wcel, on Ncllson
I Field. Ills little surprise for a. wliidup
| will be two serlmmagea tills week, on
Thursday and again on Friday, when
he will drive his tentative Varsity
against the Yannlgans. Homer Haael,
who Is working In the weight throwing
pits with the track team, was borrowed
yesterday afternoon, and, wearing
spiked shoes, booted up a few spirals,
the longest of which w?3 sixty-eight
yards.
ft
Dempsey Is Doing Paris
in True Sporting Style
Gossip Says He Will Fight
Carpentier in July.
.???permit Ca"lt to Tub Nbw Toss Mm'i.p
Coptf.- out, in::, by Tm Ni*- Yetk HnjLO.
New Vorlc Herald Bureau. I
rarU, April 35. I
Save for dally visits to the various
bars where Americana are wont to
gather, Jack Dempeey's much heralded
sojourn In Paris lo passing almoe? t:n
notlced. French papers have tried to
stir up Interest by calling attention to
the fact that he persistently refuses
drinks and cigarettes?hi fact, every
thing excepting handshakes and auto
graphs. At Icatit two prominent aliops
have attempted to make advertising . ut
of Dempsey's arri-al In a white fedora,
but with little effect, for white In ::v
afternoon fedora :<nd April showers do
not appeal to the 1'arlslan mind.
This afternoon Dwnpsey dropped In
upon r^arl V hlte'u special matinee for
tlie press and to-night he la to dance In
Montmartre. But late hours are ben.li
ning to tell and the champion Is plan
ning n fortnight's trip through th<* bat
tle area, ending up at Coblenz. He -will
lca\e probably before the end of the
iveek. lie told The New York Hekald
'?"rrcsporident that he has not yet tried
to arrange any flaiitlng contracts; but
Co?.?tn nms that British rportsmcn are
??on?l?V-rirnr ?er1ouxly a new pTOfcpect for
a return battle with Carpentier In Ixin^
?Ion during Julj.
Mtcerjburv Academv Nine
Easy for Princeton Freshmen
Special r/iipa'ch tr> Tu? New Yomc tlrmrp.
Frincbton, April 26.?In a spirited
contest on University field this after
noon the Princeton freshman baseball
team won from Mercersburg Academy,
7 to T.
Caldwell, the star pitcher of the year
lings, ohowed exceptional speed and con
trol. allowing only two singles and fai ?
nlnsj twelve. At no time was he In
danger, the lone tally corning as Uie re
sult "f a :<lngle and an overthrow on
the part of a member of the lnfleld.
The Mercer.?burg tnoundsman. Kings
ley. permitted hia opponents to lilt hafelj
only thref timef, hut he rccelvcd poor
,-iunporf, the prep school lads mat ing a
total of neven errors. The crisis of the
icxtne came In the eighth Inning. when,
with the bases full, Kingsley Issued a
past, tlio next batter hit to the shortstop,
who threw wide to flrat and two Prince
ton runners crossed the plate.
Joie Ray in Match Race.
Trta Mo:ros, Iowa, April 2o.~ Jole Ray,
holder of seven world records In middle
distance runs, and Flay Watson. Kansas
Aggie star distance inan, said In th>
Missouri Valley to be the greatest, inller
produced In th? middle West In years,
will run a matched race of one inlte here
.Saturday afternoon during the Drake
relays. Watson always has been de
feated by Hay In Eastern runs on tracks
strange to him and the rac?* wr* ar
rangfi to giv? him u. chance to compete
on a trnek familiar to him and unknown
to rti ;.
COLUMBIA OARSMEN
PREPARE FOR YALE
Coa<*h Rice Makes Several
Shifts in Order to Dis
tribute Weight.
j
Coa^h Jim Rice has been putting Inn
oarsmen through some hard paces on
the Harlem this week, i i prc-paiation for
the Yale moo on Saturday.
In order to distribute the weight mare
evenly lie has made several shift:
Thees went from 3 to 7, Brown from 3
! to 6 and ("apt. Swlitburn from 7 to 3.
With tills shakeup tho varsity boat
lined up witli the Junior vairslty for a
trial spin over the course yesterday. The
; varsity had little difficulty In beating
die juniors by a length.
Coaoli Rice Is using iui increased
, stroke over the one used agalri*t Yale
| last year. Thla gives a certain snap and
' dash. whlc/h was so lacking last year at
! Poughkeepale.
Yale Crews Here To-Morrow
For Races With Columbia
Elis Will Have Strong Work
outs on Harleta.
?specie! Plsftatch to Tin Nsw lor: TIt.a\LD
Nkw Haven, Conn., April 25.?The
final practice for the Yale crews which
are to row Columbia on the llarlein
Saturday will be held to-morrow after
noon at Derby. Tho practice Will con
sist entirely of racing starts.
The makeup of the second crew liaj
j not been settled upon, the question being
! at to whether Pelly or 12111s will be at
1 No. 6. Otherwise tho second crew will
i row as follows: Freeman, stroke;
Bigclow, No. 7 ; Gibson, No. 5 ; Goodwin,
No. 4; Littler, No. 3; Cheney, No. 2.
i Le*lle, bow, and Thomas, coxswain.
' The shells will be .shipped to tne
1 Harlem to-morrow afternoon and the
| crews ^ill leave at 1 :38 o'clock on
Thursday, having a short practice on 'ne
ITarlem course at 4:40 that afternoon.
The crews will stop at the Pennsylvania
Hotel, and their headquarters on tlio
Harlem will be the Nonpareil boat
house. There will be two sessions of
1 practice on Friday, one at 10:30 and
i the other at 4 and short work at
j i0:30 Saturday morning. The two races
will be held at. 5:15 and 5:45 over tho
! mile and a half course.
The varsity will row as follows:
Ewlng. stroke; Haldeman. No. 7;
1 Rockefeller. No. ti ; Haines. No. 5 ; Shef
field, No. 4 ; Russell, No. 3 ; Carmen, Jr.,
I No. 2 ; Whitney, bow, and Chase, cox
, swain.
Both the first and second crews will
bo the guests of Charles Dana Gibson,
father of Capt. Ivanghorne Gibson, at
luncheon on Saturday.
Princeton's Black Crew
Defeats Orange in Practice
Minus Regular Coxswain,
Orange Loses by 1 1-2 Lengths
Sprrial HUpaleh to Tub Nsw Tons Nauru
PlsrNrETOV. N. J., April 25.?Tn an
CNCitlng race to-day on l<ake Carnegie
between the Orange and Black crews of
Princeton University the Blaek crew
, stroked by John Plrle. last yearn crack
freshman stroke, defeated the Orang"
I varsity crew by about a length and it
half. The race was towed over the
regular mile and r half course. Hoth
1 crews were In excellent condtfou for to
i day's race, but the Orange crew was
handicapped by the abreriee of Scull,
their regular coxswain. The two eight*
started out together, both showing Rood
.peed. The time made by the winning
crew was S minutes 20 *econds.
On either Friday or Saturday of Ihb
week Dr. Spaeth, director of rowing
' here, will give the two crews their final
i workout before the Child's cup race to
' determino definitely which will row u.
j the big race next week.
Navy Oaramen Get Good
Workout at Henley Route
. jit Uisp-ir' Tub r 1'osk Hef*-."
\>NA*"OMg, M<J.. April "j.?Glimlon
v <s abla to get his Na\ut \cadrmj var
t<itj crew on tii< water fits afternoon
for tUf first 11 id? this week ami di
rected his work specially toward the
j Henley distance, which will l?c the
; course n~xt Saturday a grain at Massachu
setts Tech. The whole crew, unchanged
wince early In the season. was on h.-'nd
and nine crews were on the water. The
Mart was not made until after S and
the whole practice period tos not over
an hour.
Most of the crewa polled to the
course above the railroad brlJgc and
came down for the Henley distance of a
Tulle and five-sixteenths. In *11. between
l'our and a half and five inilco were
covered.
There will be t wo e\ <*nts In t-'aturdaj'
ra^e. The varsities will contend agalnd
each other and the second and third
crews will oppose Tech's second crew.
The pl^bes won the rig'.t to enter a.-,
tlio third crew by defeating the third,
fourth and fifth varsity crews Saturday.
The new eight boat arrived to-day, but
will not be used until ne.\t. week. if
wag mad? by the Philadelphia Bout
Company and lj a replica of the shell
with which the Mldahlpmen won the
Olympic championship in lPHO.
Harvara-renn Race to Be
Rowed at 5:30 P. M. Saturday
fcpo-ifli liipntch to Tub N*w To*k Houtfr.
Camumidck, Mats., April 25.?The var
sity race between Harvard and Penn
Saturday afternoon will be Htarted at
r>:30 o'clock, being preceded by the
r\ent for tlio Junior eighta or both uril
\ ??raltl'"!'. Pcnn will reach Cambridge
Thursday morning and will h? .e several
)-|ilna on the river before the race. The
Phlladelphlans >111 bring their own
iJirlld.
ftobe-t Hrrrk?. former heid coach;
Xcl Storrow and Peter Hlgglnnon, mem
bers of the ?raduat>< advisory committee,
followed tho vaialty crew to-day. To
day's rough w ati-r cauned the scheduled
riic" i<> bo called off after a mile bail
b-? n rowed. So time nor ord-Ts of the
crews were announced.
Captain Gardner on Deck.
((m'tuwifH, Ootin., April J6.?Blan
chard Gardner of Byram .Shore here,
for many years captain of the late i'om
modore E. Benedict's yacht Oneida
und formerly captain of l^ank Clou Id's
yacht, which made several trips to
Europe, hah been appointed by the town
hoard of selectmen as captain of the
Island Beach, which pllej between
Oreenwleh and Island Beach, owned by
tho town.
Yale's Second Nine Lose*.
Nbw HaTOK. April -'5.?The New 'Lon
don Naval Bas? baseball team defeated
the Tale ?ccond varsity here to-lay. 8
to ?>.
IFranklin Field Is Alive
With Training Athletes
Trackmen Present Animated
Speetaele as They Prepare
for Penii Belays.
&>iciui Diipu!? I. to T:(u Nr? Voniv Umalu
Philadelphia. April -5.? Following
? Penn's eauy victory over Muhlenberg to
lay Franklin Field was fairly alive with
! trackmen who art getting In shape for
the relay carnival on Friday and Sat
; urday.
No now teams arrived, but E>r. Orton
i .-aid the Redlande University of Red
land.". Cal., Is duo to-morrow and the
rest of the Pacific coaet athletes on
| Thursday ond Friday. Redlands will
! be here with a splendid relay team.
' which include? the Young brothc-r?.
I Billy Young will also be seen in the pen
| tuthlon championship events again.
; Coach Law son Robertson, still feeling
j the effects of his ocean trip, held time
I trials for the freghman team which will
represent the Red and Blu.j In the one
; mile championship race on Saturday.
: In the trials conducted by Coaches Orton
! and Kraenzlcln last week Hayes, Fisher,
i Jensen and Kcogh finished In that order,
| with the. former doing hie quarter in
> i?8 --5 seconds.
Wltli the arrival of Kerr and McLane,
I (he two freshman stars who were abroad
! with the four mile relay tenni, tliere
waa sumo question whether they could
replace any of the original quartet. To
day Coach Robertson ran these two
Westerners and then decided not to run
them oil Saturday, saying that they have
had a hard trip. Thus the freshman
team will be composed of Hare?, Fisher.
Jensen and Keogh, with Mitchell and
Herman as alternate?.
i Robertson has decided, however, to
put. McLano in the international too
mile run on Friday, in which some of
the greatest runners in the country are
entered. McLano will ro up agafntt
such collegiate starters as D. and R
Brown of Cornell, It. B. Bukcr of Bates,
who won the race last year In !? mlnutei;
26 3-5 seconds; Hilles and Wilson of
Yale. Thompson of Hamilton College.
Rothbun. a sensation at Iowa Stat?'
Piokerson of Oklahoma Collelge, where
McLane spent one year tsrfor* comlug
to Pern; Johnny Komig, the Penn Stat*
marvel: Weatherby of Fordham, Bo^th
of Johns Hopkins, who wa? a jiiar r?t
j the University of Delaware for several
! years; Hayes of the University of Pi'is
[burgh, Wikoff of Ohio .State and several
j more.
' This promises to he one of the (rreci
cst race.s ever held in the Penn carnival.
I and the Red and Blue followers belie;?
that if McLane has entireIv shaken his
I sea legs he will be a. l>ig factor.
Word was received to-day that Ton
j Campbell, Tale's star half miler. is in
i shape again and will be here. He \\3?
j laid up most of the winter with a bad
j leg. which he Injured in the Millrnjc
! same.'. Yale is bankinc heavily on lilpi
j in the two mile relay championship.
Plans are beinK made to take the
j Penn runners to Atlantic City Tlrurb^sy
I to rest up for the carnival. '?*'
The Hamilton Institute relay team
Yale Baseball Team Gets
I Shake-Up for Game To-Day
i Third Baseman Crane Goes to
j Outfield; Warren Laid Up.
j Specie' IH.ipat.ch to The Nl-w 1V>?k Hrruo
| N'biv Haven, Conn., April 25.?The
Yale ba. cbull team had a shal.i -up to
day and will face t\ llilatns to-morrow
j In the first game following the Faster
| Southern trip with /several changes In
the batting ord?r. There ha5 been con
:-iderabla weakness In the infield and
outfield play and Bernlc Tommerti, the
i ooach, bf.llevea that the shifting wIII re
' suit in better baseball.
Paul Crane, third baseman, will be
sent back to left field, where he has
played two years. ISddy will play right
field and Oed center. Warren, v. ho put
up a sensational game yesterday against
1 New Haven, ir not expected to play see
! ond for some time because of bad ankles.
|K<"Iley will bo found there.
Mallory, catcher, v 'ii hold down
third ha. e to-ivorrow. O'Hea; n will l?
retained at fir?t b:i; ?. K man. v h?> "
a first bafcei'inn I act year, 'ill be VMiid
tlf br>;.
Harvard Crews Ready for
Trip to Meet the Middies
f pfrtal Duspa*rh to TH? Nrw Toik Hw*au>
Ca mbhidoe, Mass.. April 26.?-Coach
Arthur Stevens of the Massachusetts In
' stltuto of Technology to-day announced
the rowera' order of the varsity and
,1un1or crewa whldli he will take to An
j napolis for a raco with the Naval Aead
' emy Saturda>. The squad leaves here
Thursday. The rowing orders follow :
First Var* ity Crew?Cardinal, bou ;
Driacoll, 'J ; Mollnar. 3 ; Blood, 4 ; Valen
tine. i : l^aton. 0 : Oreatwood. 7; Capt.
Met tirily. si role ; lirill, coxswain, and
I V i i 1 i .1.1 j N' un..
Second Varsity Crew? Bov . Kntw;
Weller; I, Murdoch: 4. Pupon :
v o Jr.. : ?}, Sa; r??: 7. ' 'apt. Nowe',1:
I stroke. DuBlevy, und coxswain, Follins
bec.
Proposes Lion's Share
for Winning Boxet
Nsw Haven, Conn.. April ? ? Thomas
C. Ktonohue. member of the Connecti?
Athletic CornmlF. Ion. announcer that he
I will propose splitting the purse in .hei
| ftar bout so that tl larger pert w I'l
go to the winner.
"Ao It is now," h" batd "v Itli l> ??*>
men getting a k-uarai Med amount win
lor lose, there 1a no Incentive tv> give
their best. In my c?pit*len promoters ar?
< forced to pay bnxere more than they
! should. I would favor giving the ,-it-jr
i fighters not more than oO {fr cent, of
net receipts, giving tlv* winner 60 :">?'
tb los- r 10 per cent, of the allotment"
Fitchburg Gets Franchise.
; FiT'itBt R<?. Maw At'rll "... - Tb<
I transfer of Worcester I...-tern 1 .< ague
baseball cluh lo fitch huric was officially
i announced to-day. The team will open
I in Hartford to morruw uuder the ir.c -
agement of Jack Mack. Otftcinle of the
{league will con" e tc-dn'.- regarding a
j rev ision of ti>< schedule and will arrange
I for the opening name at the old league
' Park on Summer street.
It was announced that John Klernatt
! of Clinton, for>nerly In the old New
Kngland League a* tdayer and manager,
probably will be part owner of the fran
j chise or business manoger of Fltchburg.
Filipinos Name Tennis Team.
i Manila. P. 1.. April SB.?Wrancisco
Aragon, tennis champion of the Pblllp
! pines, and Oil Far** ; were selected yes
terday to represent the Philippines in the
' Darts cop matches this summer. They
will depart for tho t'nitod States April
30 aboard the same ship with tho Phllip
iilri^Jjvl??eTid^ce Mission.
Additional Sports on Page 16
J
It
from Hamilton, Ontario. t: ?> first C'tx ' -
dlan i<"ani to compete h tho lJenn o>
nivsl, took another 'onK v. >rkout tO-d* v
j in chart." of Coach Nicholson. The )ai~
| iff waf R. 0. T. C. olT1'-<-r at Princeton
; I.'nivtrnity and Hill School during tha
war. Han.ilton ha-s brought ten mert
- along for three championship rel'-?3
|
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i A showerproof overcoat
?as fine on fair days as
it's dry on wet.
Light weights for Spring
walking and Summer mo
toring.
Beautiful heather mix
tures of all-wool cheviots
constructed in Scotland
after our own formula.
The garments, of course,
we make here.
Sizes for men, youths,
boys.
Our *Scotch Mist Nor
folks are making a great
hit with the hardy golfer?
Rainproof, yet woven to
permit free circulation of
air.
?'?"Scotch Mist caps to
match.
Golf shoes that dry soft.
Golf stockings, soft
shirts, neckwear designed
for the links.
Golf clubs, golf bags,
golf balls.
'Rrgiaterri 'hadrinnrU.
Rogeps Peet Company
Broadway Herald Scj.
at 13th St. "Four at 35th St
Convenient
Broadway Corners" Fifth Av*.
at Warren at 41st St.
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19:1 National Coupe
lr.'O Noma 4 Pk?j.
I'.'20 QMarnobllal??dan
102? P'erleie ft^dan
.-:>n.4ar4 t ">da:i
ti ri.-i j.. Runatout
19'-" fitutr i 'oup ?
ins Bui Coup#
1919 Cadillac ."ed;vi
'.7 Pa.-3.)
1910 Had! I lac t Pat*.
1IM1 Cedilla-- 7 1 -r..
191'J CadimoTuu nra r
191? Hudaon 4 Pert
1970 Hudaon T(.?e<ian
lk>i& Mercer Limousin#
1P1(TP?H? Cabriol-.
181? Bulck OoUM
1918 CadlUao
(Aivaabury Sadag)
1318 Cadillac
(Imperial latnooalust
1P18 Cadillac 7 Pas!
191* FrankllrChutn-riy
1018 National Ccur"
1915> Pierce-Arrow
(Uiawalit*)
1T?17 ClSIIlac
(Town T.^tHaul"' ">
1917 Cadliln"
? To?n LlmOttal: <
1 i?! Ma rmou !? Po .
1917 Paljfe Runwio
1917 Hup mobile
Kuxab' >i
!?rn UU.
Cadulac Touring Car- Special Hraly
(coit 07,8
Cadlllac Touring- Svclal Am??bur,r !>?./
Blddl- t?p<*?4Mtcr; Plat Llmouatno ?nd
Town' nr
'.ancle (.ImouMna or <".'ias^N
Krnz Tourln* Car or Oha?'l?
Renault Townear vr Chas*l*
Many Wthi-n-Mtw Arrival* I?atlj.
OrENIHG Of OUR NEW TIRE STORE
EI6 CUT IN IRISES! BEST MAKES
Thousands of Fabrics
"Firsts" and "BlrolsM"
All S:zet. $5. SS *7 SI, St1) to SIS
Ce^s, St S12. S2I to SSI
1: ?? r* I'iood n.iK" 111 stock.
"First" Tub s. JIM, S1.2S to SIM
Goodrich#!", Flufct i,???. Ala*. Br*"r~f.tr. ?*t*.
h rno I'lrra ?* U!g SacrtthMt
Jandorf Auton.obile Co.
1719 R oadway Near 58th Str*-?t
Tlr< l>pt., 2'."M".'1 \V. u-J .<( . coi. B'
T :iephonC ch2*78 Esfab- shed in lit?
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
FISS.DOERR6?
A P ROLL CO.
SIUI rROHf SAIFS S1ANK
PUBIIC AUCTION
i; \c?T 24TH RT . LBJCIN^JTON & 3D AV< .
300 HORSES
' enaiatln* of
Both Fresh & Seasoned Stock
AT PUBLIC AUCTION
SALE TO-MORROW
Till RSDAT. APRTt, 27.
BEGINNING AT 10O'CLOCK A.M.
with 'he ?i<u:<l \arird Hat of oonfM* bur ?
ncii outfit*, waaonx. hemes*. *t*.
All warranted bor**a sold lubjaot to trial
up to noon Saturday
Money baclt thc;> It animal prolan other
than nil rwpr?a?itad.
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