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THE MINNEAPOLIS THIKUHE; 3 A 'i Tf A A PHIL 7, 190C. 4 K-c a nw tn iVm J---L liuvt Luj-py 1 1 i (if-. rrters' plac.s and titavel With Many of the Bpectators fied with thu Pbow and uh walked out before the i minutes of tin lout and he ticket and i5 iniii- 1 got their money back from office, a. Felkey of M'' Steve Koen of St Pnni urcs! JUDE A QUIET INDIAN Toledo's New Player Never Speaks Unless It Is in Answer to Question. utcs to no fall in a preliminary.

MICHIGAN HULEN DISAPPEARS Veteran Baseball Player Missing, and Family and Friends Etin Search for Him. YESTERDAY'S SCORES IN EXHIBITION GAMES. Washington, Boston National. 6. At Philadelphia No game; wet grounds.

St. Louis National, St. Louis American, 2 Cleveland, Indianapolis. 2. Minnesota May Piay Football This Fall With Bis Teams in in Minneapolis.

Easter li n. for Arm NORWOOD IXN, April 7. The quietest and most reserved member of the Toledo club is Frank Jude, the Objibway Indian, who arrived here from the Carlisle school, from wnic.h he has just graduated. never speaks unless spoken to, but when he answers a question he doos it in a courteous and intelligent manner. Frank Is -a well educated Indian, but he is an athlete from the soles of ithe feet to the crown of his head.

He handles himself nicely at the plate and meets Lho ball with a neat aud graceful swing. rr0k lurin the davii of Iihb.iii mtd wii-' I -tl InSS WISCONSIN'S ACTION OF SUSPENDING GAME IS CAUSE Oxfords won the pnuiant for Hvert-n. tertmisly missing tor the pa-t family and friends are maku eearcih ot tha coast for some n1 his a theixvugh hilll. fcuattle. Win" An.rley, tl I'Hima, I to Uni.l, 1 5.

Strand r.u tlx furonr1 Younir rt'TnlrsdHr, to won; l'rotane. IN iu Fciiiid; La veii-iul 2 to 1, ti.lrd., :47 4-S. Fouriii racrt. mile and 70 yantte Kcntnn, a to 1.

won; fc-h-'niindi-iah, HO to 1, sticond; ititcy. 7 Uj V), Ihint. TiniH, Fifth raru, mllo and 4) jurds Docile, to 1. oii; liaj'i'le Oold, 4 to 1. second; Kud Ku vou, 9 to 2, llilnl.

Time, 1:44. buth race, nille and 20 yardeRalnlng leaven 9 to 1, won; Fortune Teller, 1 to 6. nn'oud; LiiscernniBiit, 11 to 6, third. Tune, 1:45 4-6. Lid Helps Attendance.

HOT WRINGS, April club houses and gambling houBea being closed yesterday, the attendance at oak law a was larK-iy Increased. Five favorites were Bucreebtul. Summary First race, five furlongs Tonde. 5 to 1, won: Inn Uruy. 13 to 6.

second; Frank Hell, 9 to 2, tiiiid. Time, Second rare, four furloncs Cobspot, IS to 1, won; Maxim Gorky, 6 to second; Cahore, 4 to 1. third. Time. Third raue, mile (lather Rnyel, 9 to 6, won; lU-iidign.

It to 1, second; LaxelL 6 to 1, third. Time, 1'ourth. nillu and a sixteenth Tied Leaf "i to 6 won; KinharraHfltnent, 7 to 2 second; Mar-hal Ney, 4 to 1 third. Time Fifth, tnjlo-Hual)liM even, won; Klal Hauls, 4 to 1 second; Lavmila True, 4 to 1 third. Tims 1 43 4-5.

Kixth race, mile and a ft to 1. won; Ulan, 11 to i. second Juba, lti to 1, thi'd. Time, 1.S4 2-5. Seventh race, six furlenga Airship.

I to won; UenHonhurnt, 13 to 2, second; liert Oera, I to 1. third. Time, 1:13 4-5. Deney Beat f-ast Field. SAX" FRANCISCO, April Dewey, the entry of Itarney Hchrsltwr.

defeated a fast field In the fourth race at Oakland yesterday, and came in ahead of Peftgy NeaJ, Summary First race, 5'4 furlongs Chief Wlltinan, to won; Alma (laidia, 2 to 1, second; (iclppy Ijad, 9 to 1, third. Time, FOB Kecoud race, 6W furlongs Phalanx, 1 to won; John VV. Itahney. 1W to 1, second; 1'hafm, 9 to third. Time.

2:11. Fourth race, mile Dewey, to 1, won; Pea--rv Nell, to 1. second. Hona 15 to 1, thlril. 'lime, Fifih rare, mile-.

Montana Peeress, 11 to 1, won: Viona, to 1, second; Pronta, 9 to 10. third. Time, 143. Sixth race, mile and yards-Blue Eyes, 4 to 5, won; Hlpjiurnites. Ik to 6.

second; Cablo, 3 to 1, third. Time. WONT PLAY niontn ago Hulim minlnK claim tt w. lie told hlu en a EOOSIEKS LOSE TO NAPS THROUGH EEPEATED ERRORS matter of btuslmjg. aaul exul ted ahswit about a week.

He lives In and he tmrnvd through tlint to Seattle ilthout ttlliiu; his ajDtluug about It Tlace Vacated by Badgers May Necessitate Gophers Playing Chi-; cago and Michigan. MIS? Shortstop Andy Oyler Again Changes His Mind About Baseball This Year. the North Ivincr wine Ho ivhiux, Since the rloae of the ut ism western League he had bet- il mlnirigr clainuj in Northern lnnps to the and Kniuf and tha members ot thoxp i 1X1)1 AVAPOt.l, April 7. Indianapolis lopt to c'li'vt'iaml yesu'nlny ai'ternoon by a seora of 4 to a. The Hoosiurs, played the Naps to a xtaluNTtU.

hut Inexcusable errors by O'Brien at criitical periods lost the locals a chance to win. H. H. E. Indiunapolia 0 0 1 0 0 0 9 0-2 3 Cleveland 110 2 0 0 0 0 x4 1 3 I latteries Martin.

Mntlern. Siimmars. Wea fin fri'-nda assfBtin in the searoh ftr hin (ear that he ha mtt with fvul iay. pennsylvania boy makes Anal statement ver and Hawlev: Oadwalladcr. VCVst and "Vrahcfleld.

fmpire Goodman. Attendance ster Uxtords PETERS WAS ABSENT YzK- Sends Telegram to Davis at Burlington Saying He Has Positively Quit Game. MiLiiesoU limy play Jooflhull Uher Chirago or Michigan or both in Minneapolis next fall. At a meeting of the Wisconsin university faculty Thursday it was decided to suspend football for one year, and this means that the Minnesota-Wisconsin game will be fan-celled. The and Chicago-Wisconsin rbiim also will be shoved off the schedule, and it Is very probable that Minnesota will take the place left vacant by the HadRcrs.

The following bulletin out by the Wisconsin faculty explains the action of that body fully and shows the exact iiatus of football at that institution: "The faculty of the University of Wisconsin decided to negotiate with the- universities of Chicago, Michigan and Minnesota with a view to the suspension for At Last Minute the St. Paul Wrestler Refuses to Go on Mat With Hackenschmidt. SHIPHERD BEATS POTTS IN WRESTLING MATCH Mcol Hides Four Winners. NT5W ORI-RANS. April 7 R-Hh V-Jtiitn were the only beaten at City Iai'k yeterdu.y.

The fullowfm great day, the lad rldms tlv. wtnnoia. Summary: first, niile Kvle Green, 7 1 Janeta, 6 to 1 second; Pulque, 50 1 Uilrd. Time 1:41 l-. Second, CH furlongs Adar.

7 tn 5 Hluchor, 9 to 1 second: Ksterre, i to 1 third. Time 1:07 4-B. Thlrti, mile and a Rtxtwntli-Ci t' won; Ferrionh), 8 to I sm'tnid; tirajidii, to 6 third. Time 1 47 Fourth, 4 furlongs Teo lunch, to non; Edith 80 to 1 second; Kins 6 to 1 third. Tlbe 4-5.

Fifth, furlongs-J. Ed 5 to 5 won; Frank Collin, 40 to 1 witiJ; Norwood Oliio. 4 to 1 third. Time 1 Sixth, (x furlongs "orient. 8 to fi won; Ben Lear, to 1 irocoml, fmtmi.

3 to third, dime MS 8-5. Aabochon's Itldine l'enture. NEW ORLKA.N8. April 7. Antone and Tounur Reminder were the oniy succtsful favorites at the Fair Grounds rcateniay.

Aubu-chon rode three winners. Hiiimnan' First race, alx furlongs Ran Autona, 7 to NEW SHOE HOUSE 514 NICOLLET AVENUE fijtevial Ihspntch in The Tribune.) BURLINGTON, Iowa, April fi. Andy Oyler has finally nsarli ur his mimi ntt to ball attain. A ti-lewraui ivenlveil by Lofty Davis, this morning, from Oyltr, mailt thin tatfmat untl adutU that tint word v8 final regarding his playing tins mir. Some tun rko Oylr (ttni3 that ho would not piay again, but it wait behoved by every one that hv had chnngod his mind, tts recant letters made it evineiit that 1 would iom Jnln thf fijuad.

His tolerant, t.wiay, how-over, would ncem to stii)e nwi tiers, unci It is probable that Mr. K'lUy will bn lorced to look for another shortstop. The Minneapolis manager has sevrral men in line for thr pue'tion and wlKn he lutt bore for Omaha Mr. Kollfy aid that he would have a goml man for tho position in ca Oylor did not rorL Clayton, who came from th Texas lenjiuo, i a corker, and Kid ley also hag one good man from the cuaai in view. imperial Dispatch to The Tribu.) SIOLtX FAI.t.i?.

S. April Potts of Minneapolis was dsfoated by Ilck Rhi-pherd, of Pipestone In a wreetllni bout here laat night. rihepherd aecured tlie flret and third falle. The ormteat was for the middleweight championship of the Korthwsst. Tha wrestling match to have been held at Mozart hall, St.

Paul, between Young Hackenschmidt and. Soldier ret era at St. I'aul last night did not take place as advertised, Peters refusing to go on the mat at tho last minute. It Is claimed by HacJifclischniidt that Peters refused to go on the mat unless Hackenschmidt agreed not to throw him and at the same time demanded that the latter put up a forfait of to bind the agreement. This Hackenschmidt refused to do, and after offering to throw Peters 10 times in an hour or once in five minutes for side bets of $100 and $50 respectively, he finally had to look for another man.

Hank Robinson of South St. Paul took Demon la Kelesused. TtW.KDO, O. April 1. Oene Pemorit wss vesterrtav released to the Kochestor club of the New Knglsnd leue.

lietnont put himself in disfavor wtth Ortllo by bis holdin out tor an inciease In sahiry. Let Us Dress Your Feel For Easier LEARNING TO BUNT Lefty Davis Teaching Second Division of Red Team Finer Points of Game. next year of intercollegiate football between the University ot Wisconsin and the three institutions. "If such suspension cannot be accomplished, it was decided that no football be played by the University of Wisconsin next year. WOULD KU.VilX.ATH evils.

"Thi3 action of the faculty was taken with a view of eliminating thu evils due to tha disproportionate emphasis upon athletics, and especially upon football, as an dement in university life: to free athletics from the corruption which had appeared in football. "In view of tha fact that the. most pronounced excesses and the greatest temptations to professionalism in ath-If'tics in the University of Wisconsin has appeared lti connection with the hotly contested championship games, it was determined to observe the effect of such a partial suspension for fM year. "This plan will necessitate the abrogation of certain existing contracts with Minnesota and Michigan, but no doubt is entertained that these universities will be glad to co-opcrato with the University of Wisconsin iu ths experiment. "The faculty also votes that a coaching football, baseball and track athletics fhall be done only by members of the faculty engaged for the entire year." President Van Ilise and Dean F.

A. Dirgn were the champions of the students cause in the faculty discussion. The opposition was upheld by Professors ISScldi's Mf For Women Pprritil PispatrH to The, Tribune.) TURLINGTON. Iowa. April 7.

The Min- iH neajKiiis team hal two loinr practices yer-tenlay. Tho weather was warm and the I ltehers ail worked out. In tho uflernon Iavis had the men practlre team play, nnd especially the hit and run and bunting game. Iiavia Is a great exponent of the sacrifice game and he showed the men how eftocUve thla style of playing is. Today Burlington Our dainty Patent Colt Pumps and Court Ties as well as the snap anil Minneapolis iih hysiolis and, Kllroy win inn xor tne neos.

py Gun Metals in all the new CAMBRIDGE FAVORITE Oxford Now Second Choice in Bet ting on Today's Annual Boat Race. Turnern and Munro, who argued for absolute suspension. When it became known at: the university that Wisconsin had voted to abandon football for one year gossip concerning games with I'hicago and Michigan at once became general. It was believed that all of thu old objections offered by those institutions would be forgotten antf Minnesota would be given a place on the respective schedules instead of JONDOX. April On the pve of the annual bat raoe brtweon Oxford and Oarnhridee universities, idt-ul weaXhor and an interesting contest are promist'd.

A fortnight atro the odds 3.50 H-00 1. For Men We hive the new Gun Metal and Patent Colt Blucher Oxfords, with all the latest kinks in shoe building to make them handsome. The swellest line of wore in favor of Oxford, but since they have bfii practirinK' on the Thames tho t'ainhridjiff im-u hav Improved so rapidly that th betting in turw fllishtly In their favor. Tho Oxfurd men have tho advantage, in and weiKht, while he i'ainlMidj? crew ha-s a Ivttpr ntyin and more rtah, and if they are able to stay the, coitrm. are nhnoBt mire to win, Oxfonl's, howpiT, may Btul SCANDAL IN BILLIARDS Willie Hoppe Says He Has Money Due Him From One of the Men's Shoes in town $3.50, $4.00 Big Finns.

li.vjiotch fo The Tribune.) NKW OIlK, April 6. Following the nt ot tho strike of the crack iotial players against Willie Hoppe, i he champion, by which Hoppe this morning agreed to participate in the big $5.00 tournament, sensational revelations were made concerning the manner in which (he sport is conducted. In many quarters the question has been raised whether there is any real competition at the important tourneys. It seems from what already has been divulged that many, if not nearly all, of ihe professionals" are retained by the manufacturing companies which make tablet and other billiard apparatus. They play where they are directed to play, and slay out of competitions where the companies Ho not desire them to compete.

Their whole careers as players are regulated by the concerns which, carry them Gordon Hals arc either soft or slifl. The Gordon Soft Hat is very soil and never gels slilT. The Gordon Stiff Hat is ATorv si ill and never gels soft. Either Gordon Si.oo upon their salary lists. That the boycott of Hoppe was the outcome of the wishes or certain manufacturing interests no one who is familiar with the gum doubts.

Huppo declared that a certain coiiurn oacs him more than and that he Mould not coiu-peie unless he got the lnom-y. The company denied his assert ion and openly hinted that Hoppe is (lodging the tourney Get Easter Clothing Now berauve be as at raid of Juke Hchaefer. I Willie Hoppo's failier ridiculed the S'fttement, that, hi1 son fears rkhaefer. "Why. Willie is just dying to get a flume at Schai fer." he said.

would be a ten to one shot against my son. Jus! let lho billuiid interests loosen their control over the plavers and Willie will thow the public that In is Si ha''f''r's peer." WILL CHANGE RULES Don't delay, don't hesitate we will sell you -Easter Qothing right now on the easiest of terms and at just as low a price as any cash store. Come and see our splendid variety of smart Spring Styles. Sterling' Korth Dakota Educators to Meet on April 21 to Consider Football Reforms. Factory to You 58 Stores Largest Credit Clothiers in the World I -Ml 1 I il 7 Tit- r.ii Hoi i'l-d ii 1 inkiii i i In ell l'i 1 i -I I.

fulilrl ji- InV mV' I- S.I! Hi il.i.V, I i .1 1 I ti- 1 i i i i hiK I i ni-iii M. Jill I V. ley MEN'S SUITS 7 lo $20 TOPCOATS 10 lo 18 RAINCOATS 10 lo 20 BOYS' SUITS 2 to 10 MEN'S HATS 1.30 to 3 MEN'S SHOES l.SO to 4 Si. I Tl.e II d-ti-r lit- Mum The name "Gucken-heimcr" on Rye Whiskey Bottled in Bond" is your guarantee of quality. For 49 years the same painstaking process of dis tillation has been used.

When you call for Cibod old As a wind-up to the big g2st week's business that I've ever done, I shall give you better values than ever on Saturday. I've unpacked another bunch I just got in, and a prettier lot of Spring fabrics you never clapped eyes on. For $15, $20 and $25 I'll make to your order (fit and satisfaction guaranteed) a better suit or overcoat than any Other tailor in the city wiii make for $35, $40 and $50, and the of tyhichno ready made irtore could give you at any price. You want to look your best I'm the boy that can turn the trick. While your Uncle Harry's on earth you doiVt have to pay the other tailors twice my price for the same goods.

WOMEN'S SUITS $10 to $30 RAINCOATS 10 to 18 i FINE MILLINERY 2 to 10 SILK WAISTS 5 to 10 Lv WALKING SKIRTS 2 to 14 SILK SKIRTS 6 to 20 WOMEN'S SHOES 2 to 4 BAKDBL0M BEATEN BY i WOOLLEY AT BOWJJXG; Ono Dollar a Week Payments you ct W) per cent pure nitli the U. S. Cjovcrnment's guarantee 1 Yours truly, '). mi. I Y.r.

1 Sar.HL.ui. 'a HARRY MITCIIELIjj MEYERS ROLLS TOP SCORE IN TOURNAMENT S1XULES 5th Street and Nicollet Av. OVER YERXA'S. and the blue and banner label is your assurance that it has been made in the game Store 310 anil 312 Nicollet Ave. tr.

t' red t'Ort'lltifir lour niK'H fii' 1 1 I ii. i f- jmi.i!wsvi old way by ill It i 1 1 I i I T-T rrn 18 tl19 Worst on A LAjyjXJ pai tli. yt the lmflM cur WiUJN VOU KNOW JL UiOU-t AVI1AT 'lO DO. Many' ii trial your clothes I OUT-OF-TOWN MEN lJTSTL muiii The Recognized you live. I have a is tnp mm VSPIU "Since 1857.

have pimples, epots on tha ekin, uorcj i .1, 111..., a fllln l.o,.,. flfcL iiuniJio, wii ma pniii, 1 mouth, ulcers, falllne hair, bona -n tha iihIub, catarrh, and don't know it Is BLOOD POISON. Send to DK. BftOWX, tho North hirSftJyWrS; 1 -Paypre rSbS-l 1 "-re dV IT 'about St. i "Want" Ad Medium of Miruieapolls.

Uf)Q Tribune i ia firfkAts revis.e. i i 1 for It, Address our letters ta Hair MltchelJ, Ktova S10 ad 312 Nlcol Acnue, MUo Arrn ir BROWN'S BLOOD CUKR 2.00 pr boU ttle: Uuits one month. Sold In Minneapolis only by VOKOEU BH03, Ctti'ttof I i Eicktobeinei Bros. Dimut a.

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