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Chicago ChicagoWinner ChicagoS
S 1 Winner WinnerAt
At Mile MileWins
Wins Relay Champion Championship Championship Chanipions ¬
s ship iIn in Penn Carnival CarnivalAfter CarnivalAfter CarnivalAfter
After Ten en Years YearsGallaudet YearsGallaudet ears earsGallaudet
Gallaudet Is Beaten BeatenBy BeatenBy BeatentBy
By a Small SmallMargin SmallMargin ma maMargin
PHILADELPHIA April 27 iA A monglary mon monster monIter ¬
glary crpwdfof uowtlor I 2SMO IL people saw w the th Uni University UnlI Unlverwltar UntvSr ¬
versity vSr tF of Pennsylvanias thirteenth an annual anJMMal annual ¬
nual relay carnival car > tlvag oa Franklin field fieldtMa fieldtide fieldtill
tide afternoon att and Del cheered Itself hoarse hoarseaver hOr hOrftI hoarsewet
aver ftI scores aeor of exciting finishes in thei the theNIaF
i 4
rstear erejito ere a and excellent L lent performances performancesin
in t the Maid and soecial events events More Morethaa Morethea Moretlwia
thaa UP u athletes a were en the track and andarena andaJ andarena
arena aJ and the Meet meet was Wu the most succMSfui suc successful suc1ft ¬
cessful in Intercol mtercoltegiate te history htoryTIae
Tbe Tit honors of the day a were very er well welldistributed wellratrtbnted welll
distributed l ltrlbati The University of Chicago Chicagoafter ChicagoanrMU1 Chicagoafter
after anrMU1 nearly ten yars aIS of trying finally finallycaptured finaUycaptured finallycaptured
captured the onemile ooem relay r rs ay champlon champlonshta champlonthe champtonshyt
shta the Westerners leading Pennsyl Pennsylvania PennsylYUtItL Penneylvsahr ¬
vania to the tape ape by bytweptyfive twentyfive yards yardsm yardslit yardshi
m tifl I M MMichigan i i1liicliigan
Michigan f Qets ets FourMile FourMileThe Four FourMileThe Mi1e Mi1eTbe
The Tbe University Unlvslt7 of Michigan xtelal n carried off offite oilJt o1CIts
Its Jt fifth f > tfth successive uccye ua elve victory in the four fourmUe fourJII fourmile
mile JII e relay race defeating Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaby Penn871vanlb
b by more than one hundred yards The Thetime ThetIMe Thetiaq
time for this race was only IS IS4 1846 45 45Columbia 45Cot 45Columbia
Columbia Cot University UDlyertdt proved the surprise sur surprise BurP ¬
prise P to the twomile race and romped rompedaway rompeda rompedaway
away a way with the championship after an anexciting anexelUuc anexciting
exciting last quarter mile lie with Dart Dartmouth DartmouUl Dartmonth ¬
mouth The fine a e sprinting rlntlaw of Zfok of ofthe oftIN ofthe
the New York team t was what won the thevictory theYIetory thevktory
victory for Columbia After being ap apparently appannU7 apparently ¬
parently beaten ea he came along in the thelast theJac thelast
last one hundred hua red yards 7 with a wonderful wonderfulspurt wonderfult wonderfulspprt
spurt t and won the race tor ten yards yard yardThe yardsThe
The time was 811 11144 11144The 4 4The 45 45Tbe
The ISOyard 1 yard brought out one of the theftneat thefinest
finest quartets of hurdlers ever ever seen seenat Menat seenat
at these tb e relays Tbe event was wonby woniby
Shaw of Dartmouth in the fine time of
1515 15 J5 seconds eeonc equaling equaJl lf the intercolle intercollegiate IntercoUxtate ¬
giate re records rda held by A C KranalelnIitlbhard Kranzlete KranzleteHnbbard KranzletnHbarel
Hnbbard of Amherst was a good sec second MCODd second ¬
ond being 1Ntt beaten by Only ftJy a i yard aAd aAdJrleCttnouh a ahalf abait
half McCnltough of Pennsylvania was wasthird
third tblfd till fd and Talbot of Cornell Come fourth fourthRatonMiller fOurthRII fourthRulenMiller
RII RatonMiller nMiUr Takes Take Hundred HundredIn
In the 100yard two Princeton men menRatonMilter mewRaIonJiQUer menRabaMUler
RatonMilter and Gamble and Read of orA ofAmherst
Amherst A worked orked their way through the tbep1nary
preliminary heats RutonMiller won wonthe wonthe wonthe
the Anal heat beating beaU Read by one and andonehalf aMonebatt andone
onehalf one heff yards and Gamble by three threeWaoach
yards Although the sprinters had a aslight aeJtcbt aalight
slight wind at their backs CD the th time tI was wasonly WIUIonly
only 1014 102 10 25 seconds
The best performance of the afternoon afternoonin
in n the field ft events was the pole vaulting vaultbt vaultbtot
of Allen of Syracuse Yractae The Syracuse Syracuseman Syracuseman
man first won the event with 1tb a a leap of ofJ1 ofIi
31 feet 11 inches and ad then went after afterthe alterthe afterthe
the demolishing demolabl of records On 0 n his h Aresattempt first firstattempt ftrtJtatteMpt
attempt he cleared the bar IN at 11 teet teet1a1da feet feetwhich feetwhich
which 1a1da broke I roke the Eastern Intereoitogiate Intereoitogiaterecocd IlIt letieroctfeglaterecood > ereolletrtate ereolletrtatereeoed
recocd Then he moved the bar up and andscaled andIIChd andscsied
scaled it t at 11 feet eet 1 inches Inc He mad mada made mAdea e
a desperate e try to get ta a new newvOdds newvOddsrecord worldsreseed worlds worldsrecord
record at 12 feet 6 inches inch but could uld not notaerotliate
> MegotftUe t uaJ this heightKrueger height L LXI110ger
Krueger Outpoints Garrels GarrelsTber Garrels1JMN
There Tber was an upset in the shotput in inwtoefc in1t inwii5e
wtoefc wii5e It was thought Garrets the Mlch Mlchgan MlchPIa Mlehgsa
gsa Wonder would ou win in But Garrets Garrtlswho Garrelawbo Garretswho
who baa been doing 45 and M 4 feet of
late eewM not shove the ratselle mti miststle lte out as
far as Krueger of Swarthtnore Swarthmorewas and
wa was beatan by three niches l Ch Xreugerput Kreugers Kreugersput Kreusvput
put being 41 feet I Inches Talbot T 1bot of o f
Mercersburg Mercorsinn g was first in the hammer hammerwith hammerwith hammerwith
with a brow grow of 01111 iii feet ffe 4 inches inch Tal
hot Dot who te only a school boy finished finishedup finishedup finish finishup
up hfe bt days d work by getting third in i n
the discos uc throw throwMoMt throwXoMt throwXollt
MoMt the Pennsylvania Pn lvanla star starfirst was
first hi the high Jump with a a fine leap 1 1ol lea leaof p > >
of six ax feet feetla feetIn
t la the onemite relay th tJl411 Qhlcago QhIeaItO team tes m
led 1 a4foat aI uett from start The Th second acton nd md d
t Pennsylvania runner Haydock made madeup lMdeup road roadup e
up some tme of the lost 10 t ground but his hisa was wasa wastaak
a hopeift task and Merriam of Chi Chicago Chlcaao Chicage
cage Antohed al8bed twenty twent yards ahoad of ofUnJ1 o f
OarUneJl OarUneJlIn artmelIn UnJ1 UnJ1fa
In the fourmile relay race Michigaawo Michigan Michiganwon lUchlganOft n
fa wo won Oft n the first
e relay with twentyflvo twentyflvoyards twent vo voYrd8 e
1 yards to spare spare and end nct continued to Jncreave Incr Incrtpe incrtie sago
the distance m fat every relay except the thesecond theHeOftd tin tinsecond e
second m In which Root for f r Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniacut PIJan ylanlu ylanlucut
cut down Michigans lead lead to ten yards yardsGallaudet yardsGaltaudct yardsF
F Gallaudet Second SecondAthletes SecondI SecondAthletes
I Athletes from the USoUth South figured urea prom ¬
inently In many of the track crest t < J
The first II to wit distinction dUncU were tit titquartet the thequartet OlequarUit e
quartet quarUit of members representing rprnttn 5 St StJames
l James Jame College S Warfield R WarJtek arIteio Jr A
C Stevens M Crawford and J T Harri Harris BarriNn
4 s Nn < on captured the third college collegebeating race
beating beat ins out Gallaudet by the margin rnar n of ofa offew o oS f
S a few feet Scarcely had this trium triumn triumph
bttMi n recorded before the Westminster m
College relay tennis team composed compo ed of w E
u Brown W y f L Marks J R Mitchell and an d
6 J G McKay cKaJ won On tbe next collage coU e race ra ce
r in ft 1 most pressing Ing fashion bea beateams beating
teams from Washington llhlncton and Jefferson Jetr rson n
Western University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaand PwmsylvanlnAfll Peensylvantand a
and the crack runners from Yltianova Vtlano
College CollegeWestern CIJIlfgtW College1Vicetern
Western W utlrn Maryland Maryla nd College team ran ranclose ranci ra racase n
close ci > to Haverford lit the t
next ne < one oneHi onttmile onetitle
mile Hi lie event while Johns Hopkins had to t tb o
bo b content with third third place in the class classuth oluelh o owah
uth lh Lafayette Swartbmore Ohio State StateUniversity StatClIO18it Stat StaiLatv o
University Latv ClIO18it + raft and Pennsylvania State Col Colft Collc
1 lc < ft ftO
OBoyle O Boyle Doesnt Run RunThere RunTh RunThere
There Th was wn much dteapgoiatmant d Dlment at th thr tho thowithdrawal thon o
n withdrawal I t hdrawal of OBorla Geoi GiOJlb4town GiOJlb4townW GeotigOto GeotigOtor itown itownWDO
r WDO W 110 was entered ent In the lOyard 101 111yard rd Bw H Hw He Hew e
w drawn n the third heat with lth Rlch Rlcha
a IP I of Massachusetts Scboonmaker Scboonmakerot r
or Prin Pri1tnn rin tn and Gambler of Princeton Princetonilc PrIncetonH Prlnceto1h n
ilc H < made a 1 false fil start was Voll penalizeOrr penalized penalizedon nd d
on Orr Id 01 arj In then withdrew from thoj tho tll tllrace o
race wiluout wl1 ut starting I
II Nafrys Na1J s Candidates for Poughkeepsie Crew
I At bottom bottomRoberts Roberts coxswain Bottom row left t to < right rightLeighton Leight on Rockwell G Ingram captain stroke trokt Prit Pritchard chard 3 Second oDd row
Bagg Dagg2 2 Davis bow McKee cKee 7 White 4 Third row rowMagruder Magruder 5 5 Parker bow Wiliumss lium coxswain Richardson 3 Kinkaid 2 Fourth rowMe row Mc
I Maaturs trainer Cooper assistant Montgomery lont omerJ 6 Glendon coach Stevenson stroke Stoer 4 Friedell k riedell riedellThe 7 7The 1I
The members of the first crew are in In the bottom and second rows and wear white sweaters the members of the second crew rew are in
I the the third third and and fourth row rows and wear black sweaters
Tired T ired o of f Being BeingDefeating Charged ChargedWith
With WithT Defeating Only OnlySecond OnlySeco Onlyht
Second Seco d Eight EightANXAPOL1S EightANNAPOLIS EightANNAPOLIS ht
ANNAPOLIS Apr April 27The 27 The Naval1cNdemy Naval NavalAcademy NavalAC
AC Academy WleIIIY crew ie workli working g as hard for forthe f forhe r rthe
J the t he race with Yale Y which will take takeplace takeIaIee takeplace
place IaIee here on May tIlL 4 ae It will w1 in prep preparation preparatSM prsparatfoa ¬
aration for th the Poughkaepale PC U5bkeep le Regatta Regattaon
v on o n June June Jun JunSeveral M MSeveral
Several circumstances unite to make makftthe mak makthe makethe
t the race with Yale decidedly deddedl the mostmportant roost roostimportant mo t tImportaRt
j important event event which ever 1 took placeon place placeon pia piaon
on the Severn There Tb re have been excel excellent excellent excellent ¬
j lent condition for practice practl during the theweek theweek theweek
week The crew has h been shaken by byCoach byCoacb byCoach
Coach Glemkm into better form and andtoady andwtedy andsteady
toady Improvement ie being ng shown shownThe s shownThe Jt
The change by which Oayfs was put putt pu puat t
at t bow and Leighton at No 5 has hasworked
worked well and has put more weight weightin weightIn weighIn t
in the waist Iet of the boat Pritchard
who 110 weighs 199 pounds pounds Is a a fixture Cture at atXo atNo a aNo t
i No S and seems rather far up for sohea so JIOheMY
J heavy hea + ry an oarsman oar but bow bow and No Nore Noire S
ire are re the lightest lgnte t men in the boat and he heoffsets beOaHU heffsets
offsets o < them themProbably
Probably Yales Last LastIt
It is generally thought that this thl850ftS thisbetween s gee a
sons race will bb b6 bb the last one between betweenYale betty bettyYale
Yale and the Naval Naval Academy Ao dfim It has hasbeen b88been I Ieen
been b een felt here for several seasons the theYale that thatYale t
Yale was becoming more m ro and more re reluctant re1uctant r rhtctaat e
luctant to take the long and expensivetrip eapeialytrip e
trip from New NewHaven Haven to Annapolis a asince and andsince
since the Academy Jias has been putting puttingsuch puttingsuch puffin puffinsuch g
such strong crews on tho water and andgenerally andgenerally a agenerally
generally proving the wlnnor the fact factdiminished tactdlmlnlsb la c t
diminished dlmlnlsb the importance of Yales Yalesraoa Yale s ts
race with Harvard HarvardWhen HarvardWhen
When the races race with Yare began In Inme In1M i n 1
me there was no Question that a repre representatlve representathe reprosentative
sentatlve Yale crew tho best that could couldb couldblJ eoul
b blJ put ut on the water at the th time Um was wasbrought wa e 1
brought to the Severn Of late seasons seasonshowever S98S sense sensehowever 8 8however
however Yale has been fond of otcalUng callln calling g
the = crew that raced raced the midshipmen the theAnnapolis theAnnapoJts tin V
Annapolis or College crew and has hasclaimed haaclalmed ha haclaimed 2
claimed thatJt that Jt was not the first rstcrow rstcrowTbls crow crowThis
This year It was published from New Ne w f
Haven that the second
crew was com ¬
inS ng to Annapolis Attention was called calIe d I
to the fact by the Navy Na menAtemon management man gcmont t t
that it was distinctly understood that tha
the first crow should came and now no
Yale has announced that the whole var ¬
sity lty will row In the raceMay race raceMay raceMay
May 4 a Big Day DayIt
It is Isbelloved s believed here that the announce announcement announC4ment ¬
ment that Yale will bring Its varsity varsit varsitcrew y r
crew to Annapolis is an announcement nt 1
that It will come ready to make a des desperate dooperate doeaerate ¬
perate attempt to end the series be ¬
tween the two institutions with a a vic v1 c ¬
tory for the Blue Tho Navy Is not n of
I daunted by this challenge and a gr grca grcaeffort great eat
effort will be made to keep the palm o of ofYictory
victory at Annapolis AnnapolisSlay AnnapolisMay
May 4 the date
on which tho race sac e a
takes place will be the big rowing day des desof y f
of the season There will be two races race s
besides the th big
event The second
cro crew crewtown V f
will ss 1111 row the second crow ot George
town stn and the third Navy Na crew will row ro
the eight Ight of the Georgetown G orgetown Prepara a ac ¬
tory tor School This will
the only race ra c + e
at Annapolis for the
Navy second cre crew w
This crew will be taken to the Hudson Hudso n
and application will be made for it to 0
enter the freshmen fre hmen race raceAMERICANS raceAMERICANS
For the third successive year car the gold gal d
medal awarded annually by b the Roy Royal a il i
Astronomical Society of London to the theone theono e
one person OTBon who has donfe the most dur du r ¬
ing the last year etlr to further astronom astrano m ¬ i
ical Ica works lias been awarded to man an n
American This year ear the medal has h a 3
been bestowed besto cd upon Prof Ernest W V r
Brawn who 110 holds hold the chair Oi3iatho oi ratth tho
mutlcs rn am it ities Us i es im in Havorford HftVorf rd CPa Pa College CoJle Tho r re real
winning of the Royal Societys medal mad al
is a worldwide honor
Takes No Chances and andWill andWill an anWill
Will Become Acclimat Acclimated Acclimated Acclimated ¬
ed Before He Fights FightsBy
I SAN FRANCISCO CaL April 27 lThJa lThJaDIU iThisill This ThisBUI
BUI B ill Squires Squar affair has a humorous Ii Iito side sideto
t to It t The Australian is in the fall fallswing fUllawma fallswhtg
swing of preparation overVt overt over Shannons Shannonsresort SbaamoarMOrt
r resort near San Rafael and yet few ha no noparticular JIGpartlculv
I particular match or date > la a view viewHa viewHft viersHe
Ha te training t nlu < < against apJn time as Mvwrere MvwrereHe uereHe fyWeraHe
1 He is J trying out the California climate climateand eUmAteanet strata stratand le
J and a nd if it treats kin kindly he may mayable be beable beable bea
able to Inform the t promoters IIOMOten within wtdWaweek withinweek a
1 week or two how soon h be will consider considerit considerengage
j it safe c to accept his nrst slag 1tafment engage
mentSo meat
So far iLr as can c at be Judged Jud ire d Squires is not notworrying notworryin a at
worrying worryin about abo t public opinion or per percentag r
centages centag or purses or anything m k1 laline that thatlne treatbe
j line lne His HI that ftr t care apparently is to be I IVre
lore that Bill Squires Is as fonntdabfe tor tktable In InCalifornia isCalifornia r r
California lfornia as s in Australia He does doescare oeIt not notcare
care care how many holidays holl la and Del how many manychances manychan man y I
chances chan of big hi < < sates ates may ma pass He Hewants Hewant II IIwants °
wants to feeel that he Is all there and andj
then he will m be content to take things thingsas tb tbas 1
as they come comeIt eomeIt comeIt
It has been suggested BU ested that as Squires 5
j Is such su h a thoroughly unknown amen amenhe quantity quantitybe quanUtyhe r I
he should submit to a tryingout tJYha < < out before beforeasking e s
asking askln the public to purchase VUrcba e tickets t1eketsfor UCketfor 9 II IIaskln
for his first engagement e It has been beenInstanced 1
instanced that most mo t of the Australian Australianfighters Austral Australfighters i I Ifig11ters
fighters who came here were tented tested tfl ted be betor
fore tor being placedJa 1Iac dJa the ring ringCame
Came Here Unheralded UnheraldedI UnheraldedThe I
The fact fact that most mo t of the Australian Australianfighters Aulltralianfightnrs Austral Australfighters
fighters came here unheralded is i lost lostsight 100tsight log logsight t
sight of They landed here without an anparticular any anyparticular lUlypertlcular y
particular recommendation recommen atlon and they theyto had hadto hadto
I to submit to the tryingout process processprove to toprove toprove 3
prove that they were worthy of ensge ensgemerits engemenla e
merits menlaSquires
Squires is I Indorsed by the Australian AuatraUansporUng n
sporting press pre a as the undisputed chain chainpton cbampion dampion
I pion of that far country H He e has for forhacker a abacker abaoker
backer one of the wealthiest wJt lct sporting sportingmen aporUngmon sporti nli j
men at the Antipodes and andho he has traveled traveledto travel ii i
to this country countr in style Ijefltting an ac acknowledge acknowledg04 a
knowledge cnamnKm cnamnKmHis ebaJllpIQpHis
His Money Talks Ta1ksAll
All things thln considered Squires can canscoff do n
scoff at the proposition that he con consnt
sent to be triad out outat Out at least until his hi hiis 9 I
6OW w covered coveredSquires coveredSquires coveredSquires
Squires Is s as much a stranger to toWriter the thewrltvr thewrlt s
Writer wrlt r as he is to the other Amwloansportsmen American n i
sportsmen who met him on his bJ err arrival arrivaland arrtamI lval 1
and who have seen eeI1 him ar a > work work since sincebut alncebut Ince e v
but I am free to confess tLat lie Itches has bas Intr 1m 1mpre r
pressed pre eed me favorably He has the the r rulatton reg regulation regulation ¬
ulation scrapping dial to wit weteluare th the thesquare tile8CJuare e
square jaw the determined mouth and andthe andthe an anthe d
the deep set eyes I dont believe I ev ever fiver88W er
saw a piece of human flgbtinr macht machtnd machtn n
cry er In which there th was so o little lit tIe waste wastematerial e
material Ill be bound bound that wnen seen s see en enIn n
In action he to will show that he is quick quickrelentless quicki ante k
relentless and hard hitting
There is just one thing i am wonder wonderIng word
ing about and I guess Ill have to see seoBIU se C
Bill BIl Squires deep dt p In the actual turmoil turmoilformation turmoilor turmo turmoof f
or a scrap be before ore I can glean any i 111 n
formation on the DOint i can see by b y
his locirs OCCs that he is game to the core co re
1 1I
AllHigh All Hig Team Teamf Tea
f For Penn Trip Tt p
> t Is v vThat
That l Washington u asbisgton AllBlab AllHigh School Schoolteam ScMoI ScMoIteaa Schooltesta
team wfcfeh is to play pI tho Pennsyl Pennsylvania PeDut1vadJI Peaayavnll ¬
vania vnll Frcakman Fiw 11 eshslen at t Pb Philadelphia MeIpbta next nextSaturday nextSsLui ext extJInIt8
SsLui Saturday des aa a p proiade JInIt8 to the Penn BanaPrtaeeton p pPrtIIeet PennPon
Prtaeeton PrtIIeet a mtereotlaglate champkm champkmship cbaRlpIoaahlp
ship game has au been 1 een finally ADaU7aDd seieet selected selectedand d dand
and jaUaeata ta about Gut as strong a com co combination ¬
bination bmauon as could be gotten together togetherthis to togetherthis tber tbert
this t early r la the high school cho season MUOltThON CasonThose j
Those who wul make the trip are areRadt areRadford j
Badf Radford ord nl Michael Howard Kemp Kempand KempD4 Kempand
and D4 Fort of Western W Goodman GoodmanChapin OODlhunChapba GoodmanChapin
Chapin and Retehard of Technical TechnicalXacdonaid TtUealor TechnicalMaedotdid
Xacdonaid of Central and aJI4B also alsoBoreh alwBirch
Birch B fth and Hamtttoa of Central CentralHeld CMtralfield
field and JIll track athletes at win will go goalong XUaIoDc goalong
along but t do Jo not expect to play playbalL playI
I balL balLThe ballThe
The party will leave VI here next Fri Friday Frifay JrIM7 ¬
day afternoon and will 1U be enter entertained eatertataecI ¬
tained m Philadelphia PbUacJel at the various variousfraternity Ya1IoQatratemlt7 variousfraterntty
fraternity and club house houseTh bou8fTIle hoveesThe
Th TIle Wacbiaston f gbhoin AnHlghPrinc AnHlghPrincton AnH1chPrlooeton
ton toe will ho played at PriMetMon Princeton Prineetonon
on June 1 1t 1and 1 L Land
i t
and and that lie li has great drtvto driving r 9ovrc I Ibnaglae Ihe
I bnaglae he with m be aa ovfek Ql ck as a aan cat caton caton
i on his feet feetBut feetbi
But his bi earmarks are the earmarks earmarksof ear earof marks rmarlalof
i of a fellow who Jumps Jtt f temps dose clo e and Invites Invitestrouble hrltetrouble hnvi hnvirouble tee
t trouble t and Id Me like to know how M he hebean hethe
1 bean the brunt of bruising exchanges ex exSquir
Squires Squir S Impresses Naughton NaughtonWe NaughtonWe I
We Webave have had hard punchers puneb in this thiscountry I
COUfttryJRen country men like Uk Peter Maher and Del Joe JoeChoynskt J JoeChoytoski I
Choynskt CboD kI for instance ilMtaDce1ho who could fnfilet in inmet Inftlct
met terrible punishment but who could couldnot cots
not bear comparatively light taps in n re return return retarn ¬
turn Fighters with glass I jw jaws jawsanguoasere iw the thencmoager
slangmongers si silaw ncmoager a ng uoa s ere call them if Squires Squiresj
Jaw j w is J s as durable ag a Tcm Sharkeys Sharkeysu a aof
used u ed to be and he has the faculty fatuitysuiting of otpulung
pulling himself together and salting nan ofht hi Inagaln
again after te receiving a numbing smash SDMI8hI
I can see > > ee all a1 kinds of trouble ahead bead
for the American heavies who stand be b ¬
tween the Australian and the WbrkYchampionship worlds worldschampionship W rlds rldsehamploDshlv s
ehamploDshlvThe championship championshipThe
The Sullivan twine are a power f fpugilism in InpugUl8m n
pugilism just at present Not so long on g
ago Jack nude short work of Jack Pal Palm Pal Paljner
mar m r of England who came here with withworlds With Withworlds willworlds
worlds championship aspirations an and andnow d
now Mike has stopped the gallop of o f
Honey Mellody who seems eem8 to be the one on e
and lid only onl rival of California Joe Tho Thomas 3
for welterweight honors
Somehow Jacks victory Ictor ever the Eng
lishman hasnt brought brou bt him much in the tin
matchmaking line But but it Is as sure as
dayHght that Mike Uke and Thomas will be
the Jlett AeC next tCt big card in the USpound di ¬
vision And it will in be e a fight worth tilt
aessiag when hen it dobs dot do > stake s take place placeThere placeThere placeThere
There Is Plenty Doing DoingThe DoingThe
The pugilistic situation In San Fran Francisco FranoIsco Franclsco
cisco is still enshrouded in fog and as
far as can c n be IcarneO learn U the supervisors supervisorsare supervl aupervfuofare ors orsUe rs
are in I no hurry Iurr furry to ladle out perm permits ts
Some people sty that six months may ma mago m al t
go by 1 before a a twentyrpund match is 11arranged 1 V
arranged ip u this city cll cllIn
In the meantime me ntlIl e there will be pion pionof plenty plontyof y
of stir at Colma according to report
Jimmy Cofroth Cot oth is s the sole trader in that th a t t
region and he is going right ahead with w 1th C tit 1
the th e erection of a daylight arena are l in f 1
which he intends to pull oft oft Important Imports nt
events on holidays and Saturday Saturda after afro r
noons noonsCoffroth noonsCofCroth
Coffroth sees numbers of good nest matches
In sight now He wants to gins bring Squires
and the OBrienBurns winner together toeth er
on May 30 Decoration Day and if any an any ¬
thing goes wrong wron with that attraction n i
he win fall back upon either Jlmmy Jlmm y
Britt or George Memslc or Joo Tho Thomas mss
and Alike Sullivan Tho new arena will vi II 1
be two miles nearer San Francisco than iha n t
th the site jo r the Battling NelsonJimmy Y r
imtt pawon pasilion and CoJIroih Coil eth says th the C i
street car service will beTnjaai e aal to t > the t j
handling of big crowds crowd
Former F ormer Washingtonian WashingtonianEben an and andEben aridEben d
Eben M Byers to Play PlayAbroad PlayAbroad PlayAbroad
Abroad AbroadLONDON AbroadLONDON
LONDON April JiThe The arrival arrivalweek this thisweek thisWMIt
week of Eben M Byes By ad F O Horstman Horst Horstman Horat1AIIA
man the American amateur golfers has hasadded hasaddec1
added Interest to the International hrteinatioaalear Am Am1etIr Ama Amatear
tear t ear Golf Championships ChaJqplcmalll Chaatpt + aubips which are arebe to tobe tobe
be held oa St St Andrews An4r WII links beginning begtnnlngMa4 Deginnin S
May Ma4 21 Both men melt have many friends friendshere frieBdahere fri frihere ends
here as they have played here before beforebe betoreIt beforeIt
It 1a 25 to 1 ag against Dat say Ay player who whonamed w wbe
be named winning WiDI D If the th title th thuring this thter thisat l
c uring r at St Andrews and d as they have haveof hay C
the of a lone journey probably y
5 to 1 against t either Byers of ot H Horstinaa
There will be over 136 Zt > starters inetad iage l u d dformer
h ID lea g the present and several starerchsntpiona ftrt former formerchampions formerehAmpions
chsntpionaThe champions championsThe ehAmpionsThe
The sick of the amateur golfers of the theworld theworld
world will tee up and while w the odds odd oddare oddecheavy
are so > cheavy > heavy against their winning iDDlD By
era e rg tad Horseman may be depended dependedroratman
upon u pon to make a good APt B3W Byers a road
roratman will find opposed oppo ed to t them us usrtnd
ttve rtnd St G Andrews ndrewa players James ages nolfband Robb
and i A G Barry the pre present zK eot sAd Del tIM
1911 1906 champion besides besId such strong IItroD golf golfers 1IOIten gotfors ¬
ers JIM a Robert Maxwell J Graham G jr
th the two Hunters E BiackWeH C B 1
Dick D ek who beat Dyers on OQ the nineteenth
bole at Sandwich H H Hilton J John wm
ball Jr Hon O Scott S H Fr Fry J L
Low and Del J E Laidlay There are also a
the youngsters to be reckoned with one ct e
of whom hom may come unknown to the Urat
tee as Barry did in n 1906 and crow c1 the tft
tournament t ournament crowned with laurels laurelsBARJS laur laurMANY
PARIS AprH 27 7Tbe 7 The great social socialevent soclalevent
event this tJrl sprte spring frlat has been of course coursethe
the opening of te race course at Long
champtr champtrThto chalftJWnla chatitpirThM
Thto year sit people were curious to tosee toBee
see the the course as the last time it was wasopen wasOpeft
open Opeft to the public was the occasion of
the unfortunate Incident of the au autumn autumn aulama ¬
tumn of MO 1tOI when It was wracked rocked by b bangry
angry bettors bettorsNo bettorsNo bettorsNo
No trace of this event is to t be found foundanywhere foundanywhere foundanywhere
anywhere All around are to to bt + be e seen
plants and blossoming Mowers new
glands stand and JHl gay flags The early spring
eo costumes tme too < were er beautiful Added Addedwarmly
to tit the heavens bad been propitious
and the t sun skene lte warmly
Among the American women noted
were wr these thesePrincess thesePriaceea thesePrincess
Princess Slater Murat Iurat who was Miss Ml s iWIIU WltliSv sr
in gray with a a gray hat garlanded 1JKl d wltfo wit
pink roses rosesPrincess ro ea
Princess Prince Guy de Lacings Lucl te who was
Mifes 11 Terry Terr In olive OUV g green bat of tfce tIt
same shade and trimmed with white
plumes plumesSirs plumes1lrs plumpsdirs
Sirs Vanderbilt also lso in green
Princess of Isenburg I enburg In pastel blue
cloth with large bat of the same shade
and trimmed with ith blue and gray gra faath CeathBaronESS
ers ersBaroness Baroness Erlanger formerly Miss kg SH
dell in a awhite white embroidered embroldcreddress dress with
motifs of Irish lace and a large black
picture hat hatOther hatOther hattither
Other women well known in French
society SlC1 ciety ty who w o were at the races were tit the e
Duchesse dUzes Uzes the Countess de Noall
lee Ice Vlcomtesse Vleomtee e de Touches Duchess Duch S6 de
Moray Iora foray Marquise de Mur Countess d da a
Gulroy tl the e Countess of BalntSftuvour
and many others Th Th4tfavorlte Thei P favorite shade
wont worn this y year r by b the women seemed to t a ao
be green The hats were ere noticeable for fo
the quantity of feathers reath rs worn and thu th Jr r
enormous enormous size Ver Veer
> few furs were n no o
tired < fl and complaints were heard on all
sides of t IG heat and many sought shot
t tfr r under un pr the shade of the trees al ¬
though they tl1 > are as yet almost leafless
FOR OPElvllvG OPElvllvGf OPElvllvGSchedule OPEllr liG liGSchedule
Schedule of 75 7 Games G mes Begins Tomorrowwhen Tomorrow Tomorrow1Vh
When 1Vh n Alpysius Al Alpysiusand ysiusand and Columbia C Columbia 1 lumbfa f Meet on onGreatly onGreatly onGreatly
Greatly Improved Grounds
The managers InIW managers ers of the vartows teams teamsIn taawin
In the Ca Capital tal City League will MId hoMtheir MIdthclr heldthUr
their final meeting tee today todtL ay for th u the pur parpose purpose purpose
pose of framing up UJ the final 1 details far farthe torthe forthe
the leagues opening tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe
The Capital City League 1A ge starts its itsschedule itaschedule Itsschedule
schedule of seventyfive games for each sachteam eachteam aeh aehteam
team with 1tb better prospects and ad abrighter a abrighter abrighter
brighter outlook thaa ever 81 before COrle 1ft m its itsexistence Usexistence Itsexistence
existence Its schedule Is to be finished finishedIn ftmbedIn ftalltbedin
In the early part of August and start Martconatderably startconsiderably BtartconskIerably
considerably earli earlier r than last Ia t year Theactivity The Theactivity TheUiQ
activity UiQ displayed dl plJi ed thus thutar far has been beenin beeaIn beenin
in getting the the names of the players on osthe onthe OIlthe
the books of the secretary ADd in 1 thehands the thehands
hands of the prestdeat so that tbe men menmay menmes
may be eligible to play Players names namesmust DILIIN DILIINmust namesmust mes
must be on the books for two weeksprior weeks weeksprior weeksprior
prior to a game thus Insuring to every evarymanager everymanager
manager in the league proper notice noticeof
of any ny change in lineup This has been beenthe beeatbe beenthe
the most stringent str pat rule of the leagae leageeand leagaeand 1eat Ie
and has inured i ured for the teNt years ofthe of ofthe
the leagues existence A All deposits depositsmust cIepo depositsmust It Itmust
must be up today as 8 tile bills which whichhave Whichhave
have been be Incurred in fixing the grounds groundsand grcMIDdanG grenadeand
and erecting seats must be met shortly shortlyGrounds sboIUyGrounds shortlyGrounds
Grounds Greatly Improved ImprovedThe ImprovedThe
The Columbia CoI mbla Athletic Crab Crabof wtaner wtanerof wtIuMrof win
of last years 18 bunting will inaugurate mangwatsthe inauguratethe at8 1
the season euo1 with tho t e Ateystaa A Club Clubband A Aband I
band will be on hand and ad the first firstDonovan Ar A Aball rt t 1 1bait
bait will hi thrown tbIow out by Thotas nIoIDU 1 1Donovan
Donovan president of UM theClub Aloyshw
ClubThe Club Clubnorthwest I
The grenade at FinK lUll cad M Mnorthwest II IItreea e
northwest axe axeand Drag put in SPR SPRdirt TI The t I
intlild Is to be tottered c ewe with withand dirt dirtaDd
and the tb hole holes filled in It may 7 be 1Nary neeea
nary to nUaa rna5 u the inCWdsotaawhat unfold but butthe lNtthe itu ituthe t tfoNad
the greatest srt trouble has banwith been bfeIa fovnd fovndwith fdwlUI
with the outfield In I loft field there thecaa was wasa waaa
a great et quantity of slag c and concretewhich concrete concretewhich ooacretewbleb
which had to be awed Seats Sft 8 for forwiU toewtU forwif 1M
wiU be erected along aloe the third U r4 base baseline baselineTbe He Hebe linte
The Theunder be e Columbia Athletic Club again againunder apJawader
under the efficient t management t of ofMaurice ofMatlriee o oMacrke f
Maurice OConnor has nearly tile same sameItaeup amelIDeup sameand
li lineup neup neupHumphrey Mutton K W H Smith SmI and aadHumphrey au4Hpbrey
Humphrey Bechctt irtti be the catchers catchersClear catcbenClear catchersClear
Clear is booked for f > f first a George Puteber Put Fuleher II IIeber
eber Howard Beckett and C Wah Wahare Wahler Wahlerare Wahlerare far farwell
are named as tile pitching staff taIC Hook Hookwho Hookwile Hookwho
who last year ear played shortstop JIbort1lt shortstoprepeat p win winrepeat willteJML wellItaor
repeat Baboon fai named for third tbIn1aDel thirdd baafe baafeand
and an d HJiJRlII Jimmy FUzpatrick for either sec second MeODd secoast ¬
anad ODd or third The outfield wW be guard guarded guardby rd rdeel ¬
ed by Taylor Ta ZannetH and Torney TorneyMcDonald T TOther TOther °
Other rhea 0It UN list are H Bryan BryanMcDonald A AJicD0uJ4
McDonald and Dd Willie lit + iilfe Keaoe ThMe This te tethe J JtIN
the th e team that Maurice OOo C7OeMtor OConnortilt aor wen w we we11M a aUM
UM pennant with wet Ja t year sad with withthe wltatile wit witthe °
i it the tame am unifonntty mttfornntt and tetra t work wtrlrstars his hisstars 1IIaaara
stars should prove the ti t nmtsadera mitsmderalire an antha II IIthe
t the wayAtlantics way wayAtlantics wayAtlantics
Atlantics Again Have Irving IrvingThe Irvingbe
The T Tas be Atlantics agate UTe Jolts Jolt Irving Irvingas ln1Dcaa F 1 ° g
as manager He has lost former foragertaLt Capj Cap Captala
tala Willie Handiboe now with withChsrleY Atoy AtoyCharley
8jIas Charley Salb succeeds Geu4 him himand as asaJMl I Ir
r and wlH to all likelihood de detching the tbecatching thecatdalDg
catching ca tching The twirling staff will aihlof eon conatot conatotof I t toC
of r J Sheckene Sbeck the old Sunday school schoolstar sebootCar
star > > Car J Herring A Haadibo BalMUb e Sterner Steraerlast 5t Sternerlast < < 3er 3erla
last la tye year r with the Aloysius dub and andooden M MWooden KWooden r
Wooden W ooden oodenof of St Vincents Angus Aagu Mc McDonald XcDoDaId ¬
Donald is relied upon for first Second Secondbase SeeeIwI1Ma
base 1Ma e has not been filled as yet Frank FraakMcCormick g gyI k
McCormick M G Drager and J McMabon McMabonare McMaboaare yI I
are possible poe tble candidates for short Third Thirdbase ThIrdbue Tidt II IIbase
base will be taken care of of by Teddfe T sid S
McCarthy 3 i arthy The be outfield of Harry H HBryan I
Bryan AI Handiboe and Larry RIck Bicker Bickerwill RIckwill I
will be a slugging trio trioSt trioSt trioSt
St Stephens Institute ID tltute will be as for f or
mtinMt from the a present pre ent outlook aa it itwas itWIUI itas
was w as in the first two years of the leatrur leatrurwhen leaJ1JwIIea leatrttrwhet >
when it wa we the pennant handily handilyJimmy band1ynJtF Nandi NandiJimmy >
Jimmy H fitsgbeo ajlM and Frank HamJir HamJirare Handi Handiare an ir irare
are vested with the poser ower of Inokr Inokrafter Jookjrafter hc6l hc6lafter
after the men Graves is slated to Co cat 4tdl 4tdlagain h hagate hagate
agate He was w was one of the m mutt < ist rrliai j > ia iaman i imen > tJMI1
men that the West End team had ar anrMna < l lhis l lills
his return will mean much Charl CharlKtag CM CMXIatIr CbarlAtng >
Ktag who led tie Fourth Prasbyttn Prasbyttnteam P28bytHhIe P byte > r rtoast
team in the Sunday Sua4a School League wii v strabold wiihold l
hold town a the first 1k tt cushion Asqu AsquB Asquti AsqutiHeigrich J JHetetiefc
Hetetiefc B aad a 4 Charier CbaM Lord are m mr mrttoned mrOIMcl r rtioMd
ttoned OIMcl aa the probable lnflel Infielders InfieldersCarran < ler len JJ JJCarrcn MCaTcIt
Carrcn Mociarity Modc1t and IK DvnoYn > n van ar arcs arcsthe Ar3the j jLuitiek
the 0tIUI11 0tIUI11Luiticlt oatAsidess oatAsidessLuitick
Luitiek AJ AIM oa the Job JobJohn JobJob JobJohn
John Job F LuiUcb one of J t IL mcs ac active acUTe acdue ¬
UTe workers for the miinrciuince mam nce = e iin < and andontinuance Inrieoatlavance < i iconttaoance
conttaoance c of the Capital Cy ty Leaffu Leaffuwill Lec LecwtU Leagwill <
will again manage the Aloysiu AlJY wr rj rjDavis r t 1 1Davis J JDavis >
Davis one of the head5 headfirst st y ngeF ngst i iamateur iararatur
amateur baseball will bo < n 1 first bu buFjnton tJ tJPJBton bF >
Fjnton F saton Kelly and Ilarpy II < Jrlpy uti 1I 1ItJW t i cov covfjt c ci1U <
fjt tJW the remainder of th the < irJlO irJlOVttching i lld lldFetching lJ lJI1ltelWtg
Fetching of the opening fca gaa m wili wi te teuone t tOfte
shoat Ofte by Finnegan Finn gu probrbU prob b1 n t tftek1 tMid r rfield
field Mattinly Farrell ami < lr ud < 1 T Heser easier Lra Lraspoken r I ISDOk
spoken SDOk e t of ofThe ofTM ofThe
The Southern Soutbt > rn Railway Rallwa t rn thri thr thrthe thrthe
the efforts of Horace HoraCeR R Hunter 3 3manager
manager is In n the rac race fr fr1r rr th the stir stirThe l1 t r
The Ifneup 1 nnup 1 is III not known < j iiift i intt t1fti i t twith i iwith
with such men m n as Dutch l > uteh KJrrr iraeysehmtdt Ki rey 1 v vSchmidt
Schmidt the tl two 8v 8 f3cmar mar marKnight marIde rktes rktesKnight <
Knight Wa Ramttn alIum Tnan Porer iy Urn Urnand Lamand 1m 1maDd
and McCarthy tb the outlook s proir proirG prom
G P O Looks Good GoodThe GoodGoVtrnrrent GoodThe
The Government Gov rnneat Priitintr amrP ifflrp mf t i iis
is as much an uncertainty ts t be beern S >
ten Railway and its inenp int > tlp will willgarded J Jwltb >
gtn garded + ded with much Interest iy t the < l lof 1amembers o omembers
members memberscounts of the sextet If rxnr ip xfcoanta < r rcounts
counts for aught the Print rs r e tin hn h hGeorge i iGeorge 1Georp
George FordeD the mana manae r me m nc c tu tumoat 11 11IDCNIt
moat level headed men tii 1 11tDowrL a aknown s
known His HI team will he IK I tukn tzk ak1Non n nNorman r rNorman >
Norman Non an Kraft Archie Arct e Pmrii ml mlbau N Nbans Nitems
bans Elliot Brown Barber Barb arbaLra + trrt ct Do DoDoaaJd D < > M MDonald
Donald R Hester H er Harry MC cc ccSTlvest J JSylvester i
Sylvester STlvest Nuegent NuecefttBUSINESS
WARRBNTON WARR NTON hOT Va v April AprilBttimesa 27 TV TVBusiness 1 1Bu
Business Bu High School team defeat defeatBethel def a IJ 1 tt 1 1BetJIel >
Bethel Military Academy AN e in e rloe doer 10lk r rtoday i itoda7 e >
today by I to 2 i Ovmoat D8I oat pitrhMcelleat pirofaed pj ct1ed ct1edeeUeat or v vceUeat
ceUeat game for Business + trfkinp trfkinpelgat aittincslight Ing Ingt
slight t men and allowing iu t u four fourhit s stared
tared hits hitaSptoer hit hitSpIoer hitsSaber
Saber pitched a good grarr gar for Bbut B Bbut Bbat < <
but was given poor support hr h r his hismates i imates LTIle
mates The field 8eIdiD fielding tng of Kocran K Kee 1D n at a t tirt tirtwas Ii r rwall <
was eaafly 7 tile feature lit put out outmen <
men vaa unasstotad unasstotadTbe + bte4 sietedThe bte4TIle
TIle score Rlf R E r rBtgtbseas T
Business Bu I 1 1 1 1 1 n r n t t oi v vBethel 1
Bethel t 1 0 0 II > I 4 02 ti 4 t
Umsjlre UeXr Mx JeflWes 3e ties Bethl Bet Miltrr MilttIal 3iiil
Academy AcademyYALE al R lIeaqr lIeaqrYALE
NEW YORK April prl1 ST 27Y V il > had ha al aleasy aZeYy a 1 1M8y
easy time u defeating Columbia today toriajasmttlnf torla torlaaInIttIa
asmttlnf aInIttIa < < out the local Ze cmiegiaTis cmiegiaTisI IrI kgians ans ansTbe
I to t Tbe Blue ADd TTlite piayv piayvplayed pine
played like sjcbool boys in n the f fArtec fthe f fA4let
Artec the second Inning Imtn Yale f ic 1
Bradkes 1kaae pitching io Its hkins U Ikr Scone SconeRHiT S 0
RFi RFiColumbia RHiT
Yal Yale a f 2 0 2 2 < i t 2 29 9 1
Columbia CohuDW I f 1 e 0 00 < > e eBatteriesMeyer fr OJ 4 4Batteries 1 1Batte
BatteriesMeyer Batteries Batte Meyer If and ad T Jones Bruiki B Bak < lk lkand t
and Young TTnmlra IIagplreQuigt Qiit >
Theres Distinction
Between BetvJeenWINEMAN BetweenWINEMAN I
Tailoring Tailoringand
and tl 1 Ordinary OrdinarySOME
0 + tailors re = t in t the theOssurance he heassurance
assurance t it l it t c t th h p pwork awork
work is completed completeda
a garment is made mt to fit fitothers fitothers
others when they the throw some something something
thing together that lasts IStsWineman lastsj
j r W Wineman inenian clothing limb is dyer c1imerent
ent Of course our clog fit fitof fitof
of cours course they wear But Butwe Butwe
we also add the air the thedisting thedistinguishing
disting distinguishing ishing features thatmake that thatmake
make cl clothes thes noticed that thatgive thatgive
give to their wear wearers rS the hall hallmark
mark of the welldressed welldressedLet dressed dressedLet
Let us tell you of these littie lit little
tie oddities oddities25up
25 25up up uptWINEMAN
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