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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1908.
POLO, BOWLING, BOXING, 1 BASKETBALL. SHOOTING, FIELD TRIALS, GOLF, SKATING. ; of World A. lb noxXRI.LY, K J Scorer of Natln J J.eauu. por JL F.ditnn Offlclnl EXPERTS i Frederick Baker, College Sport') Jauiea Mnatarde, Golf ui Football. , '. Natlnaul Polo WIMMING, HORSE RACING, INDOOR ATHLETICS, ICE POLO, BASEBALL. AUTO EVENTS. WATT TAKES LEAD Has Eight-Tenths of a Point Advantage Over Johnson in Bowling Race. LOCAL FIVE'S CHANCES Must Win One More Gnnie Than the Capital ( II. v I'lve to Tlo Vp CliumploiiHliln. w. l. v.c. Hartford 40 35 ,6S;t New llnven 47 il7 .mil) Walerlniry . . . 47 87 .fti Hrldgeport 4H S .643 JlorUlt'ii .17 47 .440 New Hrltaln 2H BS .310 GAMtfS XF.XT WF.F.K. New Haven at Merlrfen. Inrtforrl nt New Brltnln. Hrldgeport at Waterbiiry. , .Ilmmlo Watt jumped back Into first ptaro In the State Howling league race for Individual honirs and now leads Charlie Johnson by c!gt-tnths of a point. The latter bowlor has a fair chance to capture. tty premier honors, and will do the trick If Watt makes a slip. The battle for team honora will be rloso one although Hartford nt pres ent looks best on paper. New Haven, owing to the pitiful defeat by the Park City five on last Tuesday night, nre now tied for second place with Watcrbury, two games behind the Capitol City fiv). Ho anxiously await the results of next Tuesday night's games. The ofllclal averages and records up to dato follow: . Stale League neeorda. High three strings, Watt. H.. 671. High Blngle, Redlleld, H 278. High team string, Bridgeport. 29S2. N. II., 1584$. High team single, Hartford, 10(59. 1XD1VIDVAI, AVEHAfiEJt. Hartford. O. T.P. If.fl. Ave. 72 13H)i7 27S 181.4 fi2 109I4 'Jilt 1T.2 7 ll7fl l:is 174..1 51 8877 223 171.1 27 4078 205 173.S nedfleld ... Hennett 3''. Chamberlain Richards Pratt New llnven. Johnson 84 mm- 2m 'm.S Iteecher 84 1 5 .", 7 5 234 1864 Collelt 38 7037 267 1 B.".:( Morgan fi5 11570 22R 178. o .lanswtck . . 12 21 Is 223 17." E. Swift 03 1 10115 223 17H.1 Wnterliury. V. Beardsley .... 78 Milt 234 1R0.3 Ncnl 2 11202 247 1SU.4 Dubiic 10 1771 232 177.! A. Lewis .. (14 11314 213 1 7rt 5 Teller .., fir, 11231 227 . 172.J Stokes' 3 1 0 7 7 202 171,1 O. Henrdslcy in 323!) 211. 170.n Chappelle 23 8837 215 167.7 nrldgeport, Watt 57 1070 247 . 19.1 C. Lewis 78 142'!4 223 182.9 French 84 15nno 257 179.7 Douglas R 99n7 23 17)1.9 McKay 42 7387 233 1 75.3 Hanks 38 S5a 222 171.7 J.-Musante 18 . 3014 206 167.4 Merlden Hrooks 15 2633 21 175.5 Qulnn 81 1 1183 23). ' 173.1 Tost 75 130B2 22!) 173.7 Pllllan 81 1J336 228 173.0 Savage , 18 38IIS 21 1 172.1 Harlbaillt 72 1221 1 23 1:M Lyim 3 449 163 119.5 ,ir Itrllnln Ttldrlell smin ..... ... Wnlker Ha sso itehnlin H-rg Watther 66 12215 237 1.85.1 30 r230 203 175 ) 72 12553 255 171.3 52 881 8 22H 169.3 4H 7645 213 1l!i.2 30 4956 207 1 115 2 78 12875 232 163.1 TKDDY ItKARS S(iORF. Make Hlg Hit In laleli With Hlg Five of Hrblgexirt. The Ttrldgeport Standiinl says tho following about the Teddy Hears vic tory over the Hlg Five Tuesday night: "Tim 'Teddy Hear' caino down from New Haven on Tuesday night, and In vaded the sanctuary of the Hlg Five team at the Park City alleys, com pletely routing that team, by taking two points of a well played game and lolling the biggest Independent teinu total rolled In thin city since the palmy days of the Vletora. Though the home team was so completely defeated, It was only a case of give and take, since the Teddy Hears were treated to u d"e of the same kind of medicine not long ago hy the men of tho Hlg Five, on New Haven alleys. "HollHtisanger, the man who did the heavy score rolling for thn 'Teddys' In their last game, with the Five, was so discouraged at the defeat of his team that he declined to t;ike another chimce anil MriA'.illfT was given his place In the teiim'H line up, After the game the 10 bowlers and a few of their frlendfl enjoyed a. spread arranged for by Mr. White and the losers us well as the winners of the game were happy. "Rchlpper of New Haven rolled an elegant game with a tola! of 652, which Included singles of 227 and 234. Carr, also of the snme team, handed out 1 some good ones, which combined made a total of 597. Ills high singles were 203 and 220. Jaeohson was the third man of the team with 336. MeAullff was low with 438." Teddy Item New Haven. Jncnhson ...A... 176 187 173 536 Carv J 74 203 220 r,97 McAullfC 130 133 175- 438 Ttellley 183 158 151- 402 Hchlpper 227 191 234- 652 ! 890 870 953-2715 Hlg Five Hrldgeporl. Cop Musante ... 1X2 Nil 153-484 MpglllS 192 1 15 158- 495 DeLmiey 191 HIS 19ft- S61 Hcnson 170 134 iiu - 518 Lleberum f?0 176 161- 507 COS 792 tfj23(w AT TIIK V. M. It. ALLEYS. Coiners Come Too I'nst for Algnii 'qulna In Opening Guinea, The Comers by winning the first game, by Just niio pin anil cinching the. second hy 92 defeated the !lgonquln In their scries hint night, Mix wus h.lgh man with 585, The scores: Algonquin. Mix 173 210 106 5So Short 182 17") 24:i 602 Herder 135 110 184- 440 Fnrr ISO 167 382 47!) Chapln 207 J48 150 614 846 818 966-262!) Comers. Rchleget 155 187 RI4 W Morim (avo.) ... 167 167 167 7)01 Andrews (ave.) . 171 171 171 BIS Ruxbaum 171 1,88 1!)l r5(l Dickens 1S3 , 105 187 565 S47 1)08 II10-2665 Trimmers vs. Avnsterdnins to-night at 8 o'clock. lemons axi) oranges. Lemons Have I ft tic Trouble With Their Fruity Brothers. The Lemons made little work of the series with the Oranges last night, at Swift and Hulse'a alloys, winning throe straight games. The scores: Lemons. Haininger Morell ... Taylor ... Derftils 124 114 121 111 76 ss 110 130 105 118 120 137 151 761 105 91 72 102 141 145 51 Welton 123 Johnson 141 Totals 656 620 OrniiRcs. Maurer 100 ,135 Ynlo 103 113 Davis' 51 68 nice 67 108 Sarles '. 152 179 Stanford 118 168 Totals 591 743 11I 656 VKGKTAni.K LKAGVF. Youiib Vets Win Two tint of Three Games front the Celeries. Tho Ycfting Vets captured two out of three of their scries with the Cel eries last evening at Swift & Hul.ie's alleys. This spoils the Celeries' chances for regaining- the premier team honors In the Vegetable league. J. nauseh, of the Celeries, had high three strings, 54S. The scores: Celeries. Fcnner 168 14S 172 4S8i J. Haunch 230 159 159 r48 Munck ., 175 170 187 D32 i 573 477 518 1568 Young Vets, Mansfield 124 211 190 525 Marosko 173 169 200 542 Orlltin 12 162 153 477 459 542 543 1544 AT THE Tl XKDO AMF.YS. Katydids Piny Furekns for Three SI might Victories, The Katydids played the Kurekas for three straight games last night at the Tuxedo alleys, dangle took high three strings, 612, and also broke the high single record ,for the season with a BP.ora of 231. The Katydids' total for one game, 804, was high. The scores: Katydid. !verty . Hayne ... Hussell .. A. Young Caugglc . 141 165 107 151 220 143 lis 177 161 137420 1574"4 127 3H7 152 4). 3 231612 78; 25 804-2316 Elirekns. 143 124 134401 Potter Avis . Brown Khubert .... Young 137 137 137 111 121354 97 137 152 137 120418 161 123 119412 690 657 639-1986 AT SWIFT & m'l-SK'S. Cnrrots Full to Overcome (ho Am bition Cabbage. The Tabbnges were dlw 111 their final game with the Carrots, mid lout the game and the series. Adams was high man, with 210 for high single and 507 for three strings. The genres: Cabbages. Hoehe 151 151 151433 Murray 151 140 11541)0 Ada 111s 210 14 173567 512 475 439-1423 Carrots. I.vnn 177 1 49 1 46472 McClelbin 157 157 162456 Bowman 159 1 47 1 74 480 473 453 482-1408 Cabbages won two. Pumpklns-Hed Pepper game postponed. RACING'S DlvVni KX F.II. JiieUey Club Sees Poor Future for . Thoroughbreds If Hill Passes. New York, April 2. - A member of the Jockey club this afternoon declared that, with New York state out of rne Ing, the foundation of the sport would bn taken away. The big stakes given by the clubs In the state In the past, he said, had been the only thing that mail)' It posslblo for the hlg stables to keep on going, as the expenses were so great that no man would core to take part In llin sport where there would be so little re turn, for tin; vast sums of money ex pended. "It Wjiuld he a great pity If the leg islature has put 0 stop to the sport in the state," he said, "for, white the stakes which have been tilled for this year will have to be run off, none will lie, opened for the coming 'years, and the death knell of thn thoroughbred In America, will be sounded. While It Is true that some other states still have racing, the conditions 111 them are such that large stakes cannot be offered, and In consequence racing In the future will ha ttiuous tho poorer class of horses." MORE MEN SHOW UP Squad Out for Football Eleven i Enlarged at Yesterday's J Practice. COY OUT OF CONTEST IIiimoIihII Work Will Prevent llhu mill Haines from Punting . Meet. I'nder the favorable weather ooiull tloiiH yesterday afternoon about twen ty morn candidates for positions on tho Yale football elevens next fall showed tip at the Held for practice, Tho punting nnd starts were tried and the linemen Riven work under the direction of Head Coach Rlglow. Veaterday the first work toward de veloping a finnrterback was done, but the only man who has any show for the position who was out was Hop Ulna, who played quarterback on tho freshman eleven hist fall. Whonion, Phllbln and Daley nre with the bn.se ball squad and Kllpiitrlek Is not for the track ten in. It has been decided not to hold the punting contest until the very en 1 of the ten days' practice In order to give tho new men a good opportunity for the cups. Coy would have undoubt edly been the strongest candidate, but his baseball work will prevent lilm from going Into tho competition. Tony Haines, who was end on the freshman eleven and who did the place kicking as well as the punting for the 5 9 It team, will also bo out of the contest beeauso of his work with the fresh man baseball squad. HIGH SCllonii PUACTICK. Racket t Rounding Raw .Material Into Shape) for To-morrow's Game. At the Westvllle grounds yesterday afternoon the New Haven high school candidates were again kept on the Jump by 'Coach Hackett. Tho fact that It looked lllio rain was not enough to keep the. buys away, for they turned out In full force. They were given tickling and batting prac tice. A first and second team was chosen the two playing for live Innings. The boys showed up fairly well. They will ; certainly have to do better work If they expect to hove any show at the j game to-morrow with the Yale, frenh nien. ; 1 Halllcker nn4 Crodske did the j pitching for the two teams. The for mer struck out four men and let three j walk, while the latter made four men fan the air and let two walk. The game was a good one, the final scorn being 4 to 1 In favor of the first team. There was only one two-base hit made by f axe, who played left field on the first team. Two runs were brought In by this hit. Many, how ever, secured neat, singles, The boys will have their final prac tice of this week to-day. A positive line-up of the men who will start the game Is still uncertain. but the chances nre that many of those who played on the first teiim will be given a chance. The line-up of the two teams was a.s follows: First Team. Second Team. Blokeslce lapldes Catch. fJrodske Hollaeher Pitch. Flannagan '..Bacon First base. Hapnanno Messlnger Fecond base. ftarkweather Coffee Third base, Stephan Williams Shortstop. Saxo Pngter Deft field, Fraser l'rendergnst Center field. W. Carroll Hums Right field. AMFRICAX PIiAYFRS VICTORS. Vienna, April 2. The two Amerjenns engaged In the International chess tournament In this city won their ad journed games today, Marshall against Alapln nnd Johner against Colin, felileeter and Maroeasy, maintained their lead over the field. TROPHY STAYS IN F,XG!,M. Tnleriililloiiftl Cable Chess Mntrli March 21 to he Declared Draw. Philadelphia, April 2. -The Interna tional cable chess match between American and llrltlsh universities, played hero March 21, It Is tinnfhViiill.V slated, will be declared a draw, eiich side having three points, The final re sult depended upon tho adjudication of the game between Hlumberg of Colum bia and 1ob, of Oxford. While the ref eree, W. P. Shipley of Philadelphia, has not formnlly rendered his decision, It Is learned from an authoritative source that ho. has awarded the game to tlio Englishman. This makes the match draw and the Rice trophy will remain In England another year. England has won three matches nnd America 0110, and four have been drawn. TRINITY TRACK S( IIFDI LF, Hartford, April 2. The track team schedule of Trinity college was ap proved by the faculty of the college and made public this afternoon, It Is ss follows: May ft TiensHlaer Polytechnic In stitute nt Troy, N. Y, May 1(1 Wesleynn ut Hartford. Muy 22 nnd L'3 Annual New Kng land Intercollegiate meet nt Moston. RFFF.ATS HOWDOIV. Ofango, x, J., April 2.-The college, baseball seaswii bfgan here to-day, the Seton Hall tear, beating Unit from Dowdoln college by a score of g t0 1, -jr. m..w. iUr a i . 11 f SI t D.siu:n KW.i.irv. Wcll-Knowii l'orincr New llnven Ihisr. bull Player Whom, it Is Said, Wnierlmry Iuh Secureil for I lie Oiillleld Tills ScaMin, TITLE IS IN DOUBT 1 ' Cfaebel and Foster Go Three Bouts to a Draw at Yale Gymnasium. FOLWELL UNABLE TO COME l..y Winters and (ieorgc Dole Draw .In Three Rouls nt 123 1 'ou nils. 1 At the Yule gymnasium last night, before a crowd of several hundred sti. dents, Captain Foster of the V.iU cliaiiipliuishlp wrestling team, and Wil liam A, Gnebel, the sophomore heavy weight, wrestled three matches to if draw for Ihc championship of the uni versity. The closeness of tho matches more than made up for the iion-appe.iraiice of Foiwell, the Pennsylvania wrestler, who was captain of last year's football eleven, and who challenged Foster lift er the latter had won the Inlercollegl. ate heavyweight cliiiniplinshlp. Foi well telegraphed that owing to Illness he could mil nticr.il the meet, and line del was substituted. Ilorbel's showing gives evidence (hut Yale next year hm a good chance to win the championship under Captain Parker, as ll did under Ciipti.ln Foster. . Afier the Fnstrr-flochel matches, George Dole, the lniereolegnt, 2S pound wrestler went three consecutive t.A..,- 1...... Il'lnl... .a .. H'l. matches were livelier than those of Foster and c.oelu l heeouse the men were lighter anil could get aroun.l quicker. In the last of the three bonis neither Winters nor Dole was pushed down 10 the mat and the decision of n draw was considered n very fair one. Hulween the mutches there was tin exhibition of parallel bar and ring work by 1h" Vale gymnastic team of which 1,. C. Kverard Is captain. Reports from Perl Daley, malinger of the New Haven baseball leant, concern ing the prospects for this summer ilrt not count as often as Connie Danuhern did lust season. Thn dully announce ments of the selling of tho local fran chise arc being missed. .lack llannilln's fool Is stubbornly re sisting treatment and unless there Is 11 decided Improvement soon lie will have to undergo an oper.i I Imi of some son. The l'orincr New Haven plaver Injured his loot several weeks lino whlli. practicing In the south with t lie New Vork Nallnniils,, Ulchiiid Howard. Jr.. the young 11ns loiiliin, who Is coming 10 try for a place on I Minim's slaff of pitchers, has 11 record. Last season, while plli'hliot for F.asl Moston iixalust Will worth lit Wood Island I'.n'li, Howard eiinated '"y Young's marvel, ma record of retiring IiIh opponents during tint whole nine lunlugn without, a 11111 or hit. Not .1 man leached llrsl during the game, A ballplayers' union to bo nfllllsted Willi Hie American Federal Ion under Samuel lioiiipers. s (lie plan wltlrh lliiiiny Callahan, the Chicago semi. pro!', magnate, has been unfolding at ilahe.i. Ion, Texas, where he Is staying wl.h ,loe I Vi hi 1 1 Iimi'h iiititp of 'Washington American pin, vers. Callahan says that the teiupniary orgHlll'.a I Ion has hei 11 completed and Hint. In a few days the whole machinery will he set In motion, A deal whereby Manager Huffy of the Providence lias, hall club secures full control of Hie club throuy.h the pur. chase of the Interest of A. It. Doe lias been completed slid the trouble Ihnl ex Isterl In Hielr affairs ulnce early last fall has been brought to an end. Tltn slock held by Mr. Dee was bought Jointly hy Charles Lavls of Moston and Malinger Duffy, ' Plttshurg baseball fans waxed almost Joyous j'eslerday In 11 new-born hnpn thai linns Wagner would reverse Ills decision to iill the diamond and con seni In go Iim"I( to Ills old place at sliotHlop for the Pirates, The hope springs Ironi the announcement, made hy Wagner, Hint lie had decided to go to Kansas tiexl week to soetid a ibis' uMlh the lluecaneet'H on Hie ranch o? Manager Ki"d Clarke, ii"sr Wlnllehl. WRF.KTLINti MATCH TO-XHillT. Chicago, April ?. At n meeting of newspaper men to-, lay Flward Smith, sporting editor of a Chicago newspa per, w:is chosen referee of the Hutch nnd llackensehmldt world's rhiiinplon shlp wrestllnu mulch to-morrow Dlfc'ht, J tin ' ''-if'" TIED WITH LOCALS Bridgeport No Longer Handi capped in Race for Sec . ond Place. PROVIDENCE FIVE EASY McMahon's HourIi lllders Win Fliuil Home (iunic of Season from Pnwt ticket. T!0!VAI, I.HAId H STANDIXG. vv. u. v.c. New Uritaln , 59 33 .641 New Haven 47 43 .522 Hrlilgi port 48 44 .622 Hart lord 45 49 .4711 Pawlueket 44 4S .478 Waterbliry 42 61 .452 Providence 3,i 55 .409 (iAMEH lO-MlillT. Wnterhury nt w Haven. New Hrltaln at I'awtueket. Urldgepurt at Hartford, Bridgeport. April 2. Bridgeport had an easy time In winning from Providence to-night tho last homo game of the seaaon. The visitors were outplayed at all points, particularly In the final period when Bridgeport scored three timfs and prevented them from enging tho ball. The line-up: Providence. Bridgeport. CurtlM McCarthy First rush, McCillvray Lewis, Cunningham Second rush. , Hardy Cunningham, OrlfTUh Center. Doherty Carrlgan x Halfback. Mallory Harper . Goal. Score: Hrldgeport 6, Providence 2; rushes, McCarthy 9, Curtis 2: stopa, Mallory 45, lUrper 36; fouls, Carrl gan 2. Referee, Hollywood. WATFRRI RY VICTORS. Rough Riders Take Final Home Game of Season. Waterbury, Conn., April 2. The Wa tcrbury team won the last home game of the season here to-night, defeating I'awtueket, T to 8. The contest was ex citing from the start nnd the score was tied sx times In the three periods. The winning goal was scored by Hlgglns after three minutes of overtime play, The line-up: . . Waterhury. ' 1 Pawtuck'et. Jnson Duggan First rush. HIgRlns Fahey .. Cunningham Second rush. Mansfield Center. Cameron Halfback. Tenco Holderness Cuslck ilo.il. Score, Waterhury 7, Powtucket 6: rushes, Jason 16: stops, Cuslck. 53; Pence 45; foul, Fahey; referee, Doherty. Drives for the Cage 1 4ywWmmJ,-mmVJrr.mm . -v.w- ! The curfew will sound on the lo.-ni polo season lo-nigm. Hicrwury sounding the bell. New Haven needs this game In order to maintain nt least the He on serond place, while Water bury has no ii"ed whatever for tin contest. The local battle will be mark ed by the attendance of perhaps Rao or 4fl0 newsboys, whom Heorgo Pone has kindly allowed to witness the final home game of the season free, The Journal-Courier will send from tin v to seventy-llvn newsboys over to the Ritnie lis representatives, and a good account of the struggle should be ob tained. There will bo a hot time In thn old Qnlnnlplne rink, thanks to the New Haven manager, n time which will long be remembered by both the newsies and tlm fans. If New Hnvn and nrldgeport wlr. both gmnes lo-nlght and to-morrow night thev will be tied for second place and a pli'V-off will be necessary. .The game to-nmrrnw night a! New Hrltaln ought to be una of the whirl wind kind, as New Britain Is not anx ious to see the locals finish In second plaie, nnd will therefore endeavor to defeat them. The Waterhury management an nounces 1 hat I hey have not made any nioitev this season. During the past week' they have lost 200. I'awtueket, did not have a long Slav In fourth place, as Hartford routed them out. lusi.RAMi Riosnrs. At Washington Georgetown . Amherst 0. At Charlottesville. Va. Cornell 4, fnlverslly of Virginia 2. At Atlanta Allnntii (Southern) 4, New York (American) 5. At Montgomery, IA lit. Montgomery (Soullieru) II. Brooklyn (National) 4. At Philadelphia-Philadelphia 9, Pennsylvania 3. At New York Fordham ", St. John's College 2. At Durham, N. C Colgate 3. Trin ity 4. At Richmond, Va. Richmond (Vir ginia) 0, Toronto (Fnstern) 1, At Columbia, P, C Boston (Nation al) 5, Buffalo (Eastern) 5; nine Innings dnrkiicti, PARSONS tiFTS "WFMi DONE." Victorious ( Iwilrinnii Receive Presl. dent's Con grul ulnl Ions. Washington, April 2. Representa tive Herbert Parsons, chnlrman of the New York republican county commit tee, was nt the White house bright and early to-day to tell the president how he had downed Odell In the primaries on Tuesday, ami to receive Mr. Roosevelt's "Well done, thou good nnd faithful eorvant." SOCC'F.R WITH U. OF P, Yale to Meet Wood's Team Here for LiUt Home Game. To-morrow afternoon at 2:30 the Yale soccer team will meet the Penri-i sylvanla eleven at-Yale field, and, In the absence of any other athletic con test,, such, as a baseball' game, . the at tendance will undoubtedly be large, Blnco tho defeat of Havorford 'by Y'ale a great deal more Interest! In the sport Is fijlt at the university, nnd more men have come out for the team, 1 : Yale Is now third In tho league and Is tied with Harvard for. that place) Should tho eleven win the game to morrow Yale will tuke Columbia's place, tho second In the leagile. Tho standing at present: Won. Lost. 1 2 1 1 2 ' 2 P.C. .800 .600 .500 .500 .000 -.000 Haverford . . Columbia . . . Yale Harvard .... Pennsylvania Cornell SIX STARTERS FALL Bert Osra, With Jockey Martin, Starts Upset at New Orleans. RESULTS. ARE SEROUS Martin's Leg Broken nnd Jockeys Hornier, Rico anil Lclbcrt Also Rodly Injured. Xcw Orleans, April 2.-Slx of the fif ten starter's In tho third race at tho Fair Grounds to-day fell. Tho first to go down was Bert Osra, who fell with Jockey Martin shortly after the start. Martin had his leg broken. Then on tho stretch turn Harold D fell and Benson hurst, Calabash, Wild Irishman and Communlpaw fell over him. Jockeys Koerner, Rice and Lelbert were Injur ed! Rice having his collar bone broken. Results: 1 . First race, 4 furlongs, Pinion, 105, Xotter, 6 to 2. won; Servlcene, 108, Lcl bcrt, 16 to l! second; Injury, 103, Rosen, 5 to 1, third. Time, 48 4-5. . Second, 5 1-2 furlongs. Uneasy, 105, J. Lee, 4 to 1, won; Apple Toddy,' 103, Xotter, 1(1 to 1', second; Tartar Maid, 95, Schlesslngcr, 4 to 1, third.;. Tlmo 1:07 4-5. Third, 5 1-2 furlongs, Pen (Double, 115, Howard,-12 to 1, won; Hen Strong, 113, J. Lee, 13 to 10, second; Canoplan, 113, Kermiith, 60 to 1, 1hlrd. Thiifc 1:07 2-5.; Fourth, 6 furlongs, Carthage,' 1 10, Xotter, 6 to 1, won; Hyperion II, 110, J. Leo, 2 to 5, second: Conney K, 107, V. Towers, 12 to 1, third. Time 1:13 2-5. Fifth, mile, Pinkola, 102, V. Powers,' 4 to 5, won; Ketchemlke, 103, Natter,- to 1, second; Rexane, 97, Bilac, 40 to V, third. Tlmo 1:39 3-5. Sixth, furlongs, Bertha 10, 104, V. Powers, 13 to 1, won; Sploti; 109, J." Raker, 20 to 1, second; Belle Strome, 105, DeUby, 7, to "1. third. Time i:'l. .! Seventh, mile and a sixteenth, Teo Bench, 108, V. Powers, 13 to" 2, "won; Funlculalre, 111, J. Lee, 5 to 1, second; Jim Simpson, 111. S. Fyinh, 11 to 5; third. Time 1:47 1-5. - . FAMOI S RACER DIES. Duke of Portland's St. Simon Finishes Splendid Tiirf Career. London, April 2. The Duke of Portland's famous race horse, St, Simon, died to-duy. The horse was originally bought for $5,000 and held an unbeaten record throughout his racing career. St. Simon was the sire of Diamond Jubilee and Persimmon, which, re spectively, won the Derby In 1900 ond 1896. These horses were run lh tho colors of the then Trlnce of Wales. THE JEWISH IMMIGRANT. I have hinted at tragedy and com edy In the Immigrant's life, but It be comes such only when the Jew of tho last century and of this claah. For If It were not for the hitter's influence or rother Interference, the Immlgniti would perhaps be tho most contented citlr.en, Ills wants are of tho slmpl'est and nre easily gratified, Having been hunted, starved, butchered, he 1-w.ren no more than freedom, food, ruifcW, These he finds here In n lunula hop. Of course nt Mrst In spite of his safety, he Is somewhat unhappy. There Is a lurking longing In his breast for "home"; he loves everything that J us a scent of "home." Not thnt he likes that "home" he spenka of It with a creeping sense of horror; but he Is helpless against, the enchanting echo of old memories. The warm, lll-:oii"II-Ingsyttagog of his native town as con trasted with the airy American house of worship, calls him back with tho magle rlmrtn of childhood; the com munal atmosphere of tho Pale luru him with the sweetness of a family "reside; somehow, nt. a safe dlstanco, thn very yoke from which he sought to free himself seems to him. now pregnant with poetic, sentiment. Does not the 'heggar grown rich sometltms yearn for his discarded tatters? American customs and atmosphere, are to him what a flood of sunshine in to the Mind; he may feel Its warmth, but the brilliant beams are not fir him. It Is only after a sojourn of a few years that his viewpoint begins to realize that In the whole history of his people the Jew never ha I a jjo rlod of tranquility parallel to the pres ent In tho I'nlted States. Gradually he even becomes proud of Ms odopt ed fatherland. And while In his heart of hearts he never censes to hanker nfter "the fish, which he did eat In Egypt," he knows that this Is his Cannnn, the ri'omUod -hand. Lip-plncott's. WINNING FAVORITES Obdurate and Jubilee, at AI most Prohibitive Odds, , Are Victors; ,. t AT THE BENNING. .TRACK Two Heavily-Played Second , Choices ' "-s ' ''...) . and, Two Outalder Wln.the t Oilier Events. . Washington, April 2. Obdurau and Jubilee, both at' practically pro hibitive odds, were the winning fa vorites at Donning to-day. Two heavily-played second choices and two outsiders won the other four races. The track was , very heavy from the rain of last' night."' Sum mary: , ' First race, handicap, three-year-olds and upwards, five and one-half furlongs,, Columbus course Giles, 100 (Falrbrother), 11 to 5, 2 to 6 and out. won' Rrnnlur 111 ftrneanl II ' , I - .'tv ., y fcw B.,9 to 20 and out, second;. Banyah", 103 (McCahey), 9 to 6,' 2- to 6 and out, third. Tlmo, 1:12, Three start ers. ' .Second race, two-year-olds', selling, four and a- half furlonsrs Obdurate 102, (McCarthy),' ; 9 to. 20, and out, won; Nutmeg, 99 (McCahey), 4 to 1, 7 to 10 and out, second; Ocrald P., 102 (Paynes), 60 to 1, .10 to 1 and 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:01. - Third race, three-year-olds and; Up, seven furlongs Servllle, 91 (Bergen);. B In I. D In H and 4 tn R wnn A,iia Maid, 103 (McDanlel), 6 to 2, 4 to 5 and 1 to 2, second; D'Arkle,. 101 (Mc-'i v-uiiny;, . 10 , even ana 1 to i, tnira. Time,' 1:32 3-4. ' Fourth race, three-year-olds, seven , furlongs Jubilee,' 111 (McCarthy), 1, to 4 and out, won; Gilvedear, 106 (Steele), 12 to 1, 8 to 6 and 2 to 5, second; The Shaughraun, 104 (Mc Danlel, 46 to 1, 4 to 1 and 7 to B, third. Time, 1:35. ' -'; r Fifth race, maiden, three-year-olds1 and up, one lie Billy B. Van, 94" (McCahey), 7"fo 6, 1 to 3 and out, won; Call Boy, 97 (McCarthy), ll toi 10, 1 to 8 and out, second; .Prisoner, 113 (Brussel), 40 to 1, t to 1 and 2 to 1, third. Time, 1U9 1-5 Sixth race, handicap, three-year-olds and up, one mile and one hun dred yards Bergeley, 113 (McDari lei), 5 to 2, 4 to 5 and .2 to 5, won; Samuel H. Harris, 100 (McCarthy), to 5, 7 to 10 and 1 to 3, second! Ivafi hoe, 105 (McCahey), 4 to 1, 8 td 5 and 3 to 5, third. Time, 1:56, LARD DEFEATS PORTER. Captures Tfllo "Holder of Amateur Championship Golf Tourney. .' Plnehurst, N. C, (April 2. The annual United North nnd South amateur championship golf tournament ended to-day with thirty-six hole finals In all divisions,' Allan Lard of the Columbia Golf club, Washington, D. C the title holder defeating' John E. Porter of the Allegheny Country club, 6 up and ,4 to play, ,in the contest for the champion ship trophy. "I A. C. Travis of Now York, won thai eonflolntlon from S. Valentine Farrollv. of Deal, by 1 up In a, closemotch,. . 1 " ' ' 1' !" OXLV SIX PLAYERS ENTERED." New York, Aprll 2. Only six play ers are entered for the national court tonnln championship tournament which will be derided at the, New York Racquet and Tennis club nexfl week. ' ' SLIGHT FRESHMAN. ) Ithncn, N. Y., April 2. Tlie Cornell Athletic council announced to-day that freshman teams in any branch of ma jor sports, except rowing will not Da maintained by the athletic council. 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