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THE INTTTR OCEAJT, 3IONDAY MOBNIXG, -'MARCH 10, 1903. RAIN ONGE MORE -BAFFLES THE CUBS WHITE SOX BEAT PELICANS 4 TO 2 EMEU PREPARE STATE TOURilAMEIIT TO OPEfl APRIL 15 NICK ALTROCK. COMISKEY'S STAR SOUTHPAW, OF WHOM EVEN GREATER THINGS ARE' EXPECTED THIS SEASON. TO TRAVEL NORTH - Exodus of Turfmen From the Cres Annual Kfastin. vf T1i:y.: T...1.' - la Fine Condition Sdee's Men, Ready for Championship Fight; Jvlust Delay Practice Game Until Wednesday. ',.,' Comiskey's Men Play Errorless Ball in' Their'- First Game Smith, Waish, and Fiene Twirl in Excellent Form. . ..... Ui 1UU1V13 UUWUUg Association Fixes Dates and Rules for Big Event to Be Held in This City. cent City to Bennings Begins This Week M. L. Hayman Heaviest Winner With $22,000. MORS - - - - ) -A SELEE TALKS HOPEFULLY . OF THE TEAM S CHANCES Thinks That He Has a Stronger Bunch Than the Club Which Finished Second in 1904 Men Get Batting Practice. , Special p:s;-tch to Tha Inter Orean. t.03 A.VGELKS, Cal.. March 12. A rain vhich will probably be southern Calltornia's last until nest October has prevented the last two games scheduled between Los An-gf J-s and Ihe Chicago Nationals. A game Is to be played at Santa Monica Wednesday, and the last between the two clubs is scheduled tor Friday in this city. In all Its trips to the coast this is the first run of bad weather experienced In Los An-cples by the Chicago club. Felt of ringer ard ready to put up rhampionchip ball, the Cuts will leave their training quaters here next week. All the iren have enjoyed their vit.lt here as well as having benefited by ft, and they are In good enough condition right cow-to lln? op in the light for the 1H03 pennant. Aside from their daily work on the diamond here the Chicagoans have had plenty of ro.d. healthy amusement, and every man on th squad believes this is ihe test place at wht. h he ever trained. Bathing, fishing, and long walks on the beach hare served to lull the hours when the men were not out 01 the diamond sweating under the hot sun. The annual carnival begins at Ocean-park, oufv a couple of miles-from here, tomorrow, 'and there will be plenty cf excitement and Jon for the men the last few iays Ihey are fcre. '. The Chicagoans have made themselves very papular wherever they have been and have turned th? reputation cf being the mcft gentlemanly and best dressed professional bare-ball club that has ever visited these parts. Last night the final bop at rhe hotel was given In honor of the ball players. Sfverul informal dances have been held during the tiT.9 th? squad has been training, but the affair tonight wa in the nature of 'Good-by, honey, I must leave you." Unfortunately Ja:k M.cCarthy and his team were cn route to Eakert-field, Cal.. to play the Taeonia team of the Pacific Coasl ioaue. However, there will probably be aiiother farewell dance for them on their rftara, and after Chance's teem has gone away. : Selee la Pleased. ' "Manager Frank Selee Is well satisfied v. ith the; work of his men here. Ke will not pre-dlc t that Chicago w ill laud the pennant this rear, but it la likely that, down in his heart, he thinks he has a Gag w inning bunch. Ke hr.s worked hard with the men. and is wearing a genial smile these days, which un- cojtcdly means more in favor of The team thn he care3 to say. ' . : This week will be a busy one for the Cbi-emojans. Tuesday the Cubs will play what will probably be the-hardest same they will avc on the training trip. This vill fcc.th-; nr.fual g.irre between McCaithv"? team ard Carta, in Chance's ir.cn. It will be -played here Sar.ta Monica aid on the result depots the ownership ot raoy tcres of cigars ar.d considerable coin cf the realm. :-' Selee originally, intended to have- -AhJa game between the two Chicago teatrt played at Ccau Park, but It was Impossible to secure grounds tor a baseball game, and as Fanta Monica is only a couple of rcilcs from there It was decided to play the gaire on thf eiauioni where the team has been rra-Meing here. - : On Wednesday McCarthy's team goes to Pasadena to play the Occidental ecllege tcr.m. - This 4s the team which is roachej ty b?s Ed Merrill, the eld Beloit athlete. At Ciinc" Home. Wednesday evening Chance's team leaves here for Bakersfield and on Thursday will crm the new baseball grounds there in a game with the Portland team cf ths Tacifie Coast lpogae. From Bakersfield the team tain Chance. Here the Cubs will, play a gime with the Taeoma team of the Pacific Coast league on Friday, St. Patrick's day. At Fresno the Chicagoans wllt be given a big reception. The Weinerwurst band will meet the team at the depot and escort it to . the hotel. After the-game the Chicago ball player will be serenaded, and then with the band In the lead will march through the city and down to the depot. That night Captain Chance and. the team will leave for San Francisco, arriving at the Golden Gate city Saturday morning and playing Harris' San- Francisco team of the Pacific Coast league in the; afternoon and again on Sunday. - Tram Meet , la Frlo. ' McCarthy's team will return here after the game with Occidental college on Wednesday. Thursday the men wiil practice here and on Friday they will go to Los Angeles for a game with Morley's team. That night, or early Saturday morning, they will leave tor San Jose, where they play the Portland team on Sunday. San Jose Is only about an hour's. ride from San Francisco, and Sunday night McCarthy's team will join Chance's mpn In the latter fit . - Both teams will remain in "Frisco for a little over a week before starting on the trip East, During that time games will be played Id the city and at nearby towns. - Flajrera la time Mfa. - Every man in the, whole Chicago squad will leave here In fine condition. If there are no accidents early next week. At the present time not a man In the bunch is suffering from any lameness or trouble with his hand. -The bad cut on Mitchell's left, hand, which was split open again in the game at Santa Barbara last Sunday, has healed up nicely nd Is not likely to give him any more trouble this year. Both Evers and Maloney who suffered smashed fingers the very first day of practice, are over their ailment nd have their hands In good shape again. Most of fbe work at Santa Monica has been practice n batting. It is In this department ne game that- Selee Is particularly anxious to improve the work of bis men. The remaining days of practice here will be devoted to work with the stick under various conditions. The hit and run game will get lot of attention; how to bat with one. two nrl three men on bases, and with one or two ut. will be drilled Into the team. I'rozram f wniars Hall Services. WHlard hall noonday meetings this week ,wlll be in charge of the following-leaders: .Monday, Paul Funk; Tuesday and Wednesday, the Rev. Frank Smith; Thursday, Cbris-tlon Missionary alliance; Friday, the international Sunday school lesson, taught by the Rev. William Evans. D.D.; Saturday, the Gideons. ' . Low Reaad Trip Rates. ' Hundreds of thousands of acres of valuable lands in the West and Northwest are Open ' to settlement. This vast region offers endless advantages for Investors as well as settlers. Numberless new farms, countless new homes, are the attainments of Western colonist industry in 1!K4. To fully realise , the possibilities of -these growing districts . you should visit them in person. The Union Pacific affords you the opportunity to do so at smallest expense. On very first and third Tuesday of February. .'March, and Anril hmnLr' i nmj trip tickets will be sold to Western Kansas, ' Nebraska. Colorado. Montana, and points In Idaho, and from February to June Inclusive , to Oregon, Washington, and Northern Idaho. Very low one way colonist rates to the Northwest and to California via the Union Pacific from March 1 to May 15. For descriptive literature and full information Inquire W. O. Neimyer, general agent, 133 Clark atracSj.Cticago. kpecisl Ulypatph to The Inter Ctsan. NEW ORLEANS, La.. March 12. The .Whits Sox won their first parce of the season hftp tra?ar'. defeating- tht New Orleans Pelicans by a score of 4 to 2. The Sox4 playec a game wh'cn was absolutely errorless. This is considered here a wonderful piece of work. Inasmuch ps the diamond was sot to their liking. It was soft and sticky, ami worse than that. It was a skinned diamond, something a White Sox testa has- r.ever been able to play well on. Manager Jones used three pitchers Smith. Walsh, and Fiene. the youngster. All of them did exceptionally fine work. The work of Fiene -was particularly impressive. Three twlrlers were also used by the New Orleans management. They were Breltecstein, Whlteridge. and Dacnehower. The weather was chilly, and only a small crowd was out. The next gaire !o be played bv the Sox and the Pelicars will be on Tues-enr, when the teains wiil take a trip to Thlbodeaux. where they will give an exhibition. The score: u hii. n H t A K V. Orieanj. R H P A K Holmes. If... 2 1 0 Stanley . ef..i t Jonm. cf....l 1 0 O -O Nadeau. lf...O t 1 O limn, rf O 0 t 0 O Hahn. rr 1 1 0 I 0 n 1..... it. ,k 1 It 1 ii t'fb ?h H 1 1 4 1 1 I ' : " .. . Ibfll. ... .. lid n iranr. on....y t....'h i !t ki tk.Ar lr. ...1 1 14 Kilmer ii. , Jk ., l.i.-n.l,,n 9h..l U .1 4 IM'M. e " 1 M FarlaWc.O t .". 1 0 FtratTon. c. . O S l t l k 1 it f-.-it .w'n n O ft 1 3 II Toa" 4 427 ,3 "i Totai.. ...11 Sill 4 White Sox . 0 O 1 1 2 O O 0 J .New Orlfan O 0 0 1 0 O I -2 flirri on HaUz-Ott Waleh. 1: off Breiten:t;tn. 2: off Whlteiliiir. 3: ufT Dnnnehower. 1. Iturc Hltn Donahue. Rohe. Douhlt? Ilay rm-hu- unajwlsted; ltx-ll ta Dunlm to Donahue. Hit bv Piu-h.l Ball Stratton. rias Kirur-ktlut I!v Dannebowtr, 1: bv Smtth. 4; by alii. 2. Ptojfn Ua-Jon. Paoriflce Hst Giff n. ls-be!l. Walnh. I"miilr Carpenttr. Time of Gam 1:43. Ati.-nflance1.0.f. JOCKEY CLUB AS EDUCATOR. Cenry Island Tsrlmea Plan Mtli Sehowl for the Stable Bojii. Special Di.patch to Tbe Intr Ocean. XEW YORK. March 12. The Coney Island Jockey club will start a night school next Inter for the exercise boys employed by the various stables quartered at the Sheeps-head Bay track. As there "U no eight school in that vicinity the managers of the club think it advisable to give the sprouting m'.nds of the stable lads a chance to shoot. They believe education will improve the morals of the stable attendants and prepare tbem for other walks of life when the boys become too hsavy to ride. The Con?y Island Jockey cluti has purchased the. old Dutch Reformed church, situated on Neck road, and It probably will be ia this buU-JJcg that the scholars will meet. THINKS GANS IS STILL CHAMPIO Al HerforcL.Passes Through En Route to Baltimore Young Cor-bett to Reside in Maryland City Hereafter. Manager Al Herford and Joe Gaus, the lightweight champion pugilist, passed through Chicago yesterday en route to Baltimore, their home city. Herford talked free-lr of the fight situation at San Francisco, which, he thinks, is rosy for the lightweights. "The Pacific coast people want to see no one fight now except Gans,- Britt, Jabex White, asd Battling Nelson until the lightweight title is decided," said Herford last night. "Young Corbett is still a good boy. but Is out of the race for thai title. He is taking good care of himself and was in good shape, but Nelson was too big and too strong for him. Corbett can still light at 12S pounds, and that is his proper limit. He will reside in Baltimore hereafter and will fight all of them there, beginning with Kid Sullivan, w hom many think a comer, shortly." Herford still claims Gans can beat, any of the aspirants for the lightweight title, and reiterates his offer to match him against the best. HENRY. JAMES INTERVIEWS . . ELITE; TAKES IMPRESSIONS Kassllah Author Cathera Material for Skttrhci ea Chlrago by Meetlav a deleft Few of Callared Folk. Henry James, the novelist, who is at the home of George Hlgginson, Jr., in Wlnoetka, gathering material for sketches ot Chicago and. Its natives, spent yesterday in meeting several representatives, of tthe city's cultured folk. " i; - . This statement is Issued on authority of the Hlgginson maid, as newspaper people were allowed to come so far as the outside door.' The quondam American was too busy conversing with the elite of the town to be interviewed on his impressions of the stock yards., Mr. and Mrs. Franklin MacVeagh, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lathrop. - Mr. and Mrs. James Hough tellng." members of the Waller and Clark families, and Mrs. Edward Mead of New Tork were among those who met the author. It was o'clock when the fourteen invited guests arose from the dinner table and adjourned to the drawing-room, where there was a continual stream of the curious, anxious to shake hinds with the author. Mr. James will not leave Winnetka for a tour of the country until the mTddle of the week; , -., .. , He will go to the coast by the southern route and come back by the northern route In three weeks He will make an entire tour of the country, he says, before he returns to England. RUNAWAY YOUTH IS CAPTURED. Prlaeaer Is Aeeiaed of SteaUaa; f too ; Freai HIa Father." 'V ' . Through the vigilance of Policeman Carroll of the Desplalnea street police station the capture of Peter Vonacci, 19 year old, was effected yesterday afternoon. The boy lives in Hurley, Wis., and Is said to have stolen $100 from his father. After securing the money the youth boarded a train for Chicago and was- followed to this city by a deputy marshal, who furnished the Central station police with a description of the boy. A search was Instituted for him, but "without success. - In the. meantime Policeman Carroll's attention was attracted to a strange boy living in a West Madison street lodging house, who seemed possessed of more money than Is usual for a boy of that age. Carroll watched the boy, and yesterday afternoon: met the deputy marshal. Tbe marshal ex-i plained that he was searching for a boy who had run away from Hurley. Wis., and Car-roll mentioned the boy at the lodging house. They hurried to tbe lodging bouse and the arrest of young Vonacci followed. A bank book was found in his possession, showing that he had deposited $45 in a savings bank. The remainder of the money he said, he had spent. Vonacci was locked up at the Desplaines street police station, and will be returned to Hurley. j : . . ?. , J' -t ' Ii i A:,..v W-W? .... S,... .:-;, ' 1 r . . ' ,S . ' . JT . V ' " ,..- .- J i 'ff ,,.,J.JW.,f, : v. -' : f . 7 H - vi.v-rr-'w--. .- 8 ,:', - - - X-s.-yv.f '. "L ,. ' . .. V :.:f ; v5 1 J ' . r " ", ;; v. TODAY'S HANDICAP FIGURES. Xevr Orleama. Prospect:" rioutjy; )ow. FIRST RACE mlir: selling. Index. iv'.N 72!: luiti 742 li!i7S ii;!S!( !a 'isuii 72S j "rbVi ' Vioa" s i ' tT4 f72fi.H at TiTtt (727l HJ71S) 72!-'i Oi:ih H-re and Jockey U.lcw. ...126 ...1247 ...12.-i ...1252 Wt . llr.l 1 H 102 111 ...1 ..1i2 :.lit2 ..lt3 ,.ll5 ..! ..110 7 87 7 102 M1m Auhrf-y (Auhuohi.n).... FT.zhrillar fH. rtitl!lts St. Blue IW. RoiiWna).. ...... WcfKllyn (l-f). ,...... K-.erance 'harlte Fisher..,.. Kd Mrritt i Broker..,. ... .f ............ ... I'y ; rho ...1 Anti-TrUBt Sweet Charity; ., Hakim f&'O.NO RACE 11-ie mile. Dixie "Anrtrewa tT. Meatl-... FkTimet Mav IAubuchtm.. .. Dftncina Nun H. I'htllldi-)... I'retiK Sfdir...... Jui-ora Hai-ker. . .. .... .............. . WHOD.M. h-x.., : I"ach"ta.'. Whipipotirwlll. Parent Old Hal THIKD RACE 1 mile. I.ittl 8-oul ill. Phiillpul Rainland H. t'hllliun Katiw I'owers ifceder).......i. .. .124S ...I2M ...V1X ...1251 ... hi ... ... fO ... K ... J2 ... 2 ... t ...102 107 lt'4 W UK) ...1(2 ...107 ... ftl . b7 . HO JI5S ll5 ...1U2 ...1 V..l2 ...tliS ...17 ...1S :..ife ...no ...110 121 122 121 ...112 ...11H 12W , .J 25.1 ,: . ....1237 Matador IW, Bobbins).. Aurumaster....... e'enaor ................... I.lrht Note., Tern's Hod.. FOURTH RACE-34 mile: selllnar. KawhUle J. Martin) ..1248 Flying e'harcoal H. PhiUifs). . .1247 Nevermore lAubuehon)..... 1240 Torlo.,.. i Kavtrerly IHj.lotnat .. .. Onys II......:.............. Hountlful. ... ... I-ady Fell ....... Tambourine II... Plutonian Oien Ciallant FIFTH RACE 1 mile; selling. Jim Hal Martini t!24S Ken Mae UhuJ V. Kobbtns) 124!) r;iendon lee)...,. .12uU Erhlnate Crisfcrostt Avenger IroD o' Rve.. HblH 7274 a.'4. .4 6!S2 I7 tr.7 vM . -tiMlM 423i) fi!2t Ti7 . 7277 727 31.27' .-4! 4.S 7277 727 5735 wm4 nt4 72!2 " 72l ai ia53 K773 .14 ai: 727K !. f42 ifi2 72! 'R" 72M 4H5 7205 72. V" 72 1 72f itt2 til i ....117 ....11H ....T18 Mftmunu . Hurke Cochran ... .............. 11M Stalker ........119 Maxrcpe ...:;1I9 Safemard .............. .123 SIXTH RACE ! mile; aelllng. The Eye lAubuehon) ...12S ' K5 Dixie Lad (I.ee)..... ,.1252 - loli Mauser H. l'hillii 1253 . 102 BarkWmore W. Hobblna) ........ 1254 111) irarlous ... ......liMI nithwi ..... Kl2 ........ ..lfj ........ ...V ..1 l'Xi 15 Flautus .... Klueblaze .. Montpeiier . Kxiol Malnitpring ltlnciue SEVENTH RACE i mile: aelling. Frenentiment A ulmchon). ...... .1241 Fallona VV. RoM.lnn)...... 1247 Hxnnook Belle i Ilalnl).. 1248 Cllnue GsKonnc Ik) If 1'S ....KM Annabelle Lee ejerona ....nw ....100 Htplla Allen........ t'hiptile Thorpe...., Start ha Celia....... Nellie Ruaaell Etbel Mark 10 . ...!ir. ...ins ....li .: Oakland. Prospeeta: Clear: rood. r 1 Kb F kace ii-o rone. Horae and Jockey. Ethel Barry more Knapp) . phAlanx Davla) Morita J. Jonee) Praldlo , . Duplex Madeline Mangio ........... C beet nut .................... Okmira Chablla Mlsa Raphael Angelica. Brown Patay Neva I.e ................... Index. 72K4' 72-k) 72." 7230 7iwi' A3.'8 71i4 OH44 Tr v . 7rr 72 72H Hdcp. Wt. 124 l5 . ...124.S - ion . ...1251 VBS '.y.'.y.'.y.y.'. m ....aoo ............100 100 14)5 .ins M 107 BrKlffet ..103 SECOND RACE H mile: aelllng. I'm Joe lOtln) .... 1248 Ramona (Knapp) ................ 1244) Chief Witt roan (Honner).... 1250 H. Francis (Travers) 1251 100 11 ltM 72o "72k" 72f 72IM 724H 72ft7 72.55 72K) (7243) 72.3 72 32 : 7248 7245' 27" 270 'fii'Y' 72"l iitet 72rt MT 72M 72:2 7i'l 7271 7o44 KM) Hlr Edward Avonella - ..................... i on ... 05 ,...lO0 .... M ... M lot 1O0 102 ...H ...1O0 April's Pride Ijorena M 8up-t-llon THIRD RACK Futurity course. Mildred Kchutta eE. Wahm) 12oO Pickaway (J. Jonee). ............ 1252 Ocyroha Knaop) 12." Toupee (Davia) 124 St. Oeorae. Jr....... , Rey Dara MfiltO tMt Ktnet Aonoft , hJ I -aura F. M. 03 BiHy Taylor ........................401) Trapahooter h7 Stirling Towers .................. DH Baildor tot Young Pepper , fcj FOI RTH RACE 1 mile 70 yards; eellinB. Tantihauxer Davis). .......... ,i,124H lirj liermencia (Knapp)... 124M Ion I'etrolla (Clark)... '..1241) Ki3 R.l Wald , ...Ill (ixurho , . ..lot Hriias.. Ill llttin. , ....loi " - ' ". f - -v - .. . . .. . - . .-. . -sf fl f - , ' ' - ' 1 721-2 Teuf el... l...V .. ...i 71M Tom Rilev. tft)7l Klckumbob. .......... 2U'Mt. Ulattio.. ..:..... 72U7 Bansenro... ...i. . . ., VIV XH HACtVl mile 10 yards 7170 I. O. I.'. J. M. Bride). 7244" Cinnabar K'iark) 7-oa Ljbbie Candid tJ. JoneR).. , Our Choice............... , 71t Himrock. ..................... fl! County Dowd... ............... . 7'-i5 lu 11 dreary...... 7m Carllee...-. , 723 Frank Puree.;..,... fevVI - Outburst.. .. ................. ..Ill ..1 .4KI -.llX ..111 llf 102 ;.iu .124S .1251 .123 ........114 .107 ;.Jt7 .......iKt loa 114 .....lort ...m 72J2 Silurian 7Xij Dux iKirtln. . . 1... I)iIH It ACE 1 mil 72f7 oid Enamel itaylor).? 12."0 7273 - Rockaway )Knpi 1253 72IO Teh-phone (tlreei-fleld)., ...12'i 73IH HKr Heach.. 72ft) Magrane...: vi 110 li5 . t7 .110 JOCKEY HANDICAPS. Adama Aker Aherl ... .. ..25 OarMsran 25 . .20,ttlmore. H....15 ..aojtiilinore, M... 25 Otla ... e)reaar Baul ... Perkins . ...... 5 li KD ,31) Alarie ........ .10 t.ven ........-i.il Alvarado .....2 iolden Berry ......to Anderoon ... .10 Graham. J. ...as Phillips. 1 i -. in u ""iMGreennelil ....15 Phillii'H, V.: .2W 15 ....35 ....KO ....) .....3'l .,..20 ....3.1 35 ...,S Aubuchon ..10 Oulett AUHtln .. . Austin, D Raker .... Ralrd .... Bell Blake Barrett ....2ft 10 ....2. 5 ....2! 2r. ....20! Haack Harris. '.'.y.'.'.&t Pirrman C 2" Blunket . Havden .25 I'ollak .. Hall. A.. Havill ... Hardy ... Head .... Helareaen ...20 ...3'l ...25 ...3" ...15 R.25 Powell. Powell, l. Posey ...... Preston .... Powers ..... Prior .. Redding, ton Redfern ... Reed Birkenruth Boieeon.. . Bonner. 6.. .101 'Henderson, 5 .20, .10! Hennesay Henneaay. Henry ... Herbert . J...10I W..15 ..30 .. ..20 . . 1.1 Roland. J. ... 61 ...So' ...25 ...2o ... ...16 Roland, D.. ...15 Booker. A. W.10 Rice Richardson Hewitt.. ..3.1 HOOKer. J ' lllekm.. J Roach 21 Bobbins, A. ..SO Robbins. W.. ft Robinson ....20 Robertson ...20 Romanellt ....! Boyd 'JIM --. ' Hirka. W., Bowman ... Boxeman ... Brennan . Bridwell .... Brien Hullman ... Bredin ...... Brown. A .. , 2D; HiRglns Hlldebrand -20 Mod-rea .9 -'Iffoti it won ,..,.35 .....1" ....2o ....25 ,....35 .30 Hoffman HofUer .-. Holbrook Ross. C J"5 Kus-wll ..T. ..20 ...15 ..36 ..20 ..15 .15 ..15 ..15 ..25 .. ft .. 0 ..S3 .3-' Rutter, Holoomb .. Houbre Sage Sallard ., Sailing . ., Sea mater See Seder ... Schilling Scully ... Shaver .. Shaw, W Brown. W......'lii .25 Burke 25 Burlliutaine ..3n Houston. F....3' Howell ...... .2" Hyams .......15 Irven. C......25 Jackson. Li.. ..25 Jackson. L.A.3o Bnrna 0 Butler : .20 Buxton ,...,"...20 Ever ,...30 Cal breath ....25 Callahan 25 iJones, F......20 Jones. J ...m Callahan. H...K Johnson. M...Zt Sheedy Sheehan, Calvlt ,.3-'Uohnon, K. J.T.1.1 Cant well rrn .. Carter ... Chandler ..30! Jost .25 ,.25 -.35 ,.15 ..35 ..35 ..25 .15 ,.1: .3" ..IO ..m; ,.15 .3n! ...in .201 Shea .20 ...25 ...ir. Kane Karantch . Kelly. C... Kelly. W.. Kennedy .. Klna Knight Knapp,. W. Kubn ... ... Kunz ...... Laraen .. .. Sherwood ....2I Sinclair 30 SlnKleton ....33 Sinnott ......30 Slack .20 Sloan, C 20 Sloan, T...... 0 Smith, F 35 Smith. R 85 Smith. H 10 Silencer, H...10 Spencer. L...30 Srjerlina1 V a) Cochran. A..." Cogswell 25 Coleman, A...H" Colli 25 Colvln ...:m Connell ...21 ConneUy ......20 coniey. J......i: 1 ontvay .... .23'1-awrenca . Cormack.. .... fi l-e. j ... ... Lewis. H . . Crab. 8 25 Stevens 30 Creamer .... 2.' Undaay .... Stewart, H Stllle Stockwell . .80 Crlmmina. .... 0 Croathwalte ..2i IJntntl ., ...45 1 ...15 Llvlna-atoon ...15 ....30 ....33 .....to ...3T, ...2B Q.10 ...25 ...35 Dade 2ffl louden .25 Stov-al Dale, j zo .25 Sullivan .. Swain Daly. M. W...Z1 Martin. J... Martin. R.. . e Daly, W.. 15 .BO .in Taylor .... Thompson, Thompson Tlmmlns .. Towklns .. Tooman .. Travers . . Treubel ... Troxler ... Tubervllla Dart :V Mathews. J... Dawngman .....20i Mc Bride ...... MeCatfert ... .5" Davis. R 25 .IB Daris. W...... P, Davlasoa .....2o MeCua ,. ....ST, ....25 .... 5 ....10 .... n ...20 ,...30 ....? Mc Daniel .... McOinn 15 Dean, ... . ..10 ..15 4 Davis McOovern .....Ho Desmond le Sou 11a, Dominlck Mclnerney ...25 Mclntyr. J... Id .2T. O Mcioynt- Z" McKennon ...So Tullett Donnelly 25 McLauahlln ..luJ t oton uouaa.1 Vandercourt .30 Vlckery ......3.1 Dunn, W if,' McMullen ....n Meade .......15 Dunn ,.,.....33 iMeaney SO Vlttltoe, D...A1 Wade 80 Waldo. W....1H Walsh, E 10 Walsh. J 20 Walsh. T 20 Waterbury ..20 Earle Exell ....... .: V? Mlchmela ... .15 1B ESi? "-"-S Milter; J 2d r nuiii irjvi Miller. C 15 Miller. W. 25 Felcht ...15 Fin ley 2fi Minder lo Watson ......30 Fl neaan ....... R5 Mitchell. D...3B Weber. A 20 Wederstrand .20 Flnnot ...Sti; Morrison. S...15 Fischer. W 2 Mountain ....15 Wler 15 Fltsserald ....8O1 Mulholland ...So Wlcklin 35 Wiley 21 Wllkerson ...2 Wllllama, R..25 Williams. W.30 Wilson, c....:ki Wilson. J....2n Wilson. L....15 Wlnslet 2v Fltzmaurlce Fltzpatrlck . Hit Munro .......10 Murray ......So Murphy. K....M) Murthv. R..,.n Narvaea. R . . . o Flanagan ...35 ...25 2!; ...20 Flemln , . lk k Fletcher ... Nanaex. F. Foley ...... Force Fountayln . Foy Frawley ... ...20 ...35 ...2Ti ...IB ...2l Nelson ...... Neeley . .311 ,.15 ,..3n .. 0 ..IB .. o ..16 Newman ... NlbKk ... Wonderly .... 0 wisnaro Nlcol Wolft .30 Freeman ... ,.,1BKV Brien. T. Wood ., ,Hf) .15 .15 r uiwr s... rr Hrien. J Cannon ....... ftlOdom .... Grimes 30 Ollphant . WrlKht Touua C'holv Bar Brlapra 5.M)rt. RICHMOND, Ind., March 12 Tioir Boy. a trotter with a record cf 2:17 4. has been sold to for S5.0o). c. II. Murray Howe of Memphis Aldoes ft New 1 ork hoiiKht Patchboy, a jiacer. I lllaeo Boy (2:14). was bought by 11. H. Kear-don of Indianapolis, Ind. - : - Iowa Athlete-Die. Special Dispatch to The Inter Opean. IOWA CITY. Iowa. March. 12. Edward R. Rivt-rs of the Cniveinity of Iowa and a membi-r of the state champion relay team, dji-d hire this tr.ormns of aj ueuau ills and blood poisoning. - BRITT DISCARDS . i NELSON FOR WHITE Californian to Meet English Cham pion Before Coff roth's Club on April 9 O'Rourke Agrees to the Terms. I Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean. NEW YORK, March 12. iimmy Britt, as Battling Nelson had expected, has sidetracked the Dane and will fight Jabe White, tbe English lightweight champion, next month, before the Tosemite Athletic club of California. - . - ; Tom O'Rourke, who represents Charley Mitchell's Interests in this country, yesterday received a dispatch from Jimmy Coff-roth, manager of the Toeemite Athletic club, stating that Britt was willing to fight White before his club April 9. - . , Coffroth wanted the match closed at once, otherwise he would arrange another bout today for that" date. O'Rourke answered that he -would accept the date in behalf of Mitchell, who is manager for White. White, In company with Jem Bowker, Owen Moran, and Mitchell, is now on his way to this country! on the steamship Celtic, which is due here March 15 - ANOTHER WEEK FOR ENTRIES. Closlns of Keaael Clan Liata Takes ''' -': Ila Saturday. Entries to the lists of the coming bench show of the Chicago Kennel club will close Saturday, and a heavy volume of names, especially of Eastern exhibitors, is expected to pour In within the next few days. Up to noon last Saturday 772 entries had been received, and the final week will probably list as many more. The number of canine varieties shown at American bench affairs has beeh steadily Increasing in recent years, and there are now, according to a list Just issued by the local kennel club. Just eighty different kinds of dogs of a clasa and pedigree sufficiently high to entitle them to representation. Many of these, of course, are ramifications of original stocks. For Instance, there are now no less than seventeen breeds of terriers and fourteen kinds of spaniels. - Hunting dogs are represented by the beagle, Chesapeake Bay, deerhound, two species of foxhound, the otter hound, pointer, two kinds of retriever, three varieties of setter, the wolfhound, and sundry field apaniels. It has been decided, after much discussion, that there la but one kind of collie, despite the great number of differing colora and sixes in the collie type. The corrected prise list for the show has 832 medals and premiums offered by the Chicago Kennel club and forty-eight cups, medals, and premiums offered by other cluba and individual donors. . . . . HANDBALL AT KENNEDY'S. Preparation Belaar Made for Match ' ; With O'Haily-Fair. , - Handball games at Kennedy's court yesterday resulted as follows: Oulnn and Keeaan. .,..,...". 21 13 21 Sullivan and Farrell... .........18 21 14 I. RMceandT. McCarthy 21 O. Borflna and l. McCarthy........... ..IS P. Sullivan and U. Kelly ..18 William Carney and P. Farrell... 21 21 T)r. Slattery and Oretxner. ......... ..21 21 14 William Russell and Jordan 1.1 1u 21 Next Sunday In the match between Dolan Joyce of O'Mally'a court and Sullivan and Farrell of Kennedy'a court the first srles will be played In Kennedy's court. The Karnes take place at 3 p. m. sharp. Kennedy and O'llally have a lid bet of $25. Jail Brai Priaoaer Cremated. FELSENTHAL,, Ark.. March 12. The Jail two mllea from this town was destroyed by fire today, cremating its only occupant. John Croasy, a log scaler, held for a minor ofXtr.se. 1 Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean. NEW ORLEANS, La.. March 12. The ex odus of horsemen and thoroughbreds to the North will begin tomorrew and continue during tbe week. Although purses at -the Crescent City and City Park tracks are much more valuable than those offered by the Washington Jockey club, owners be lieve that It will be much easier to secure first money at the Benaiaga track than here.- - ' '" M. L. Hayman 1 th leading winner among horse owners here. He will take away with him, as a result of the winter race meeting, close to $22,000. This is tbe largest amount ever won by a single stable at tbe Crescent City track. . - War Uoea Merlly On. The turf war between the New Orlean Jockey-club and the Crescent City Jockey club goes on without a prospect of a settlement. Each association Is losing $500 dally Coder the free gate system a big crowd attends each course, buf there is no revenue from any .source, except the ring, restaurant, bar, and telegraph, and the money thus received does not come within many hundreds of dollars of paying the running expenses. The big Increase in the value of purses has made horsemen the real winners. Chris Fitzgerald", who started the horses all winter at the Fair Grounds track, will leave here at the end of the week for New York to become manager of the Brighton tieacn Racing association. His work with the starting gate was satisfactory all sea son, and horsemen yesterday gave him a Handsome loving cup.. Mnrray for Starter. . ' William Murray, for years one of Fitx gerald's assistants, probably will act as starter until April 15. when it is expected the sport at the old course will end.. Racing berina tomorrow and will con tlnue through the week at thf? Fair Grounds track under the auspices of the new Louisiana Jockey elub, the owner of. the ground. The new managers have cut off one race a day from thw old program of eight events.: At the conclusion of -the six day meeting the Crescent City official? again will take charge of affairs and continue tbe same as long as the City Park track remains open. ' STONEY MONTGOMERY VANTS HIS WAY Insists on Opening Gates of Memphis Track on Scheduled Time When the Historic Montgomery Handicap Will Be Contested. Special Dispatch to The Inter Ocean. ' MEMPHIS ' Tenn. . March 11. If "Stoney Montgomery, president of the Memphis Jock ey club and Bteward of the western jocaey lnh. has his war the Memphis spring meet ing will be begun on scheduled time, March 27, regard.Ies of the wmms ot jonn t-oncon and Charles Bush and their .desire to Tost-pone the local meeting In order to extend the time of tbe Bush meeting so as to fight it out with the Cerrlgan rowd at City Park Althoush no one eeems to know definitely whether or not Mr. Montgomery is likely to win his point, interest In the meeting, and particularly the running of the historic Montgomery handicap, which will as -usual be the opening day reature, increases as toe time for ihe races approaches. : - That, a fine field will go to tbe post for the Montgomery there is absolutely no doubt. Little Scout, who won the event last year, captured a race at New Orleans Saturday Just to show that he is in fine fettle after an idle winter," and ueorge Bennett will again send him here after the prize. Ram's Horn, Gregor K., Phil Finch, Rain- land, Au Revoir, Janeta, King s Trophy.Can-tecn, Tokalon, Spencerian, Coruscate, Kit- tie ' Piatt, Bondage, and several other geed horses, many of them now racing at New Orleans, will be on hand for the big handicap, if nothing befalls them, and even Mc-Chesney may be ready to sport the colors of E. E. Smathers. ; "Big Mac," however. Is not very far advanced in his work and Sam HUdreth may not care to hurry him in his work. The popular, old chestnut has win tered nicely and neevr looked better in his life. . ; .. -, .. The following table, showing the results of tbe Montgomery handicap and Tennessee derby in previous years, may prove of Interest to readers. , The- derby 1 likely to nave an exceptionally good field this year. Uestgoraery Handicap. : " Tear, Winner, and Weight Jockey. lwc: Apollo, 107 Hover 18.sit Modesty. 11T Fitx Patrick lfiN Hypocrite. 114 liarne uypocn.n, 100 .....Overton 1K! Kiley. 121 . .............Overton lS!a Faithful. 121 ........,... Britton IKKt Iluck. McCann, lOl Thorpe i-Tjf- iiauru, ii ......................... ..Martin ? C?Jt"S8'tr ar5 1l ? ... , . . McClaln INUu Buck Masele, llg ....Thoroe lHj.t lyases. 104 ..WfbM-r .ISHS Salvable. 108 ...IV. Martin 1W punois. 100 i H. Martin 'i' reaie. Jo .., ........(.'rowhtirst J'i-1""1 u Hansom 1 H02 Circus. 87 ....... , Earle llxi.l Ordnuna;. Ill .....Bullnian 1S04 Little Scout. 11 Dominlck ' - -Teaaeaaee Derby. . Tear, Winner, and Weight Jockey. 14 Ten Strike, le......,..,.............Yetinan 1XM Joa Cotton, 105......... .....Henderson ltt Jim Gray. 118... .....Turner 1M0 Robespierre, 117 .Francis 1XH Vallera. 118 .............Brltton 1N!)2 Tom Elliott. 115 Brit ton IKi-.'l Calhoun, 122 , Kunze 1(4 Jamboree, 118 ...j. Davis IStO Fandanro, 117 ...W. Martin 1hm Here lair, 100 Thorpe 1MT Buckvidere. 122. ...R. Williams IKOR Lleber Karl ,....T. Burns 1MI0 May Hempstead. 117... M. Turner 11M,0 Florlzar, 122 .Van Duzen lOl Royal Victory. 122... J. lnkfleld 11K2 Abe Frank. 122 .-.Coburn Ui3 Claude, 122 .......7V.J. Daly loot Proceeds. 122 ..Helaesen Note The races were discontinued In the yeai-a not named. COLLEGES TO PLAY ii Columbia Organizes Team for As sociation Game, Challenges Harvard, and Plans Intercollegiate League to Decide Championship. Epeclal Dispatch to The Inter Ocean. ; NEW YORK. March 12. Effort is being made at Columbia university to form an in tercollegiate -league to play association football. The game holds high favor in England and the advocates of the sport see no reason why It should not become just as popular In this country. It can be played In the early spring, so that there will be no Interference with the Rugby game. In fact. it is hoped to have the players of the older game take up tbe new sport. Definite plans are under way at Columbia and a challenge has been sent to Harvard for a game to be played at Cambridge on May 6. A favorable answer is hoped for shortly. Practice is to be held at South field, games being played at Jasper oval each Saturday afternoon. W. E. Metsenthin, T. Thorp, F. DuUen. and W. E. Duell, all of last year's 'varsity football team, have signified their Intention of corning out for the team. SOCKER FOOTBALL PASDELOUP AND OTHER , ; OFFICERS ARE RE-ELECTED Thirty Local Leagues, Besides Out of .Town Organizations, Represented at the Meeting Question of New Pins Settled. The seventh annual tournament of the I11U nois Bowling association will open Saturday. April 15, and will run far two weeks following this date. This was decided at tha annual meeting of the Illinois; Bowling association at Musrey's yesterdaylafternooo, and the tournament will be nra ort the same lines as the national event five men teams, two men teams, and individuals. . ' ' - Entrance will be $2 a man. as was the ras last year, except for the reprerentatlves of leagues In tbe five men and individual events, who come in free upon the payment of $5 by the league In yearly dues. Of fleers Are- Ite-elected. V 1 : Oflicerp for the ensuing y?ar were elected, the feature being the refusal of H. A. Kiene. secretary for the past three years, to try . again for the position. With this exception all of tbe old officers were re-elected, Oeorgo B. Howard being chosen to fill the secretaryship. Following is the list of officers: President, Frank L. Pasdeloup; first vice president, OscarW. Schmidt; second vice pref I-dent, M. Benzen, Joliet; secretary, George B. Howard; treasurer. Dr. George A. Thomas. The executive committee is composed of Charles" O. Wilson and Harry A. Kiene of Chicago, George M. Needham. Rockford, and George H. Randall, Aurora. The two out of town men were elected unanimously, whilo five local men were nominated for the remaining two positions. J. W. McCoy. C. A. Nathan, and A. Lipman were the unsuccessful nominees. . Tbe meeting was one of the best attended ever held in the history ol the association. About thirty of the local leagues had delegates present, while Rockford, Joliet, Wau-kegan, and Aurora were represented. Applications were received from eleven new leagues, and March 20 was set as the final date on which dues trust be paid by all leagues to retain membership. Will Solicit Bid. The executive committee was Instructed to solicit bids from alley keepers desiring to hold the tournament, and will send out notices of the requirements this w eek. The question of new pins, which has always been a matter of contention, was gone" ove'r thoroughly, and it was decided ia the coming; tournament to pat on new pins after every two. five-team squads, every four two-men, team squads, and every Six Individual squads. A rule was also nassed makinir it impos sible for a man to corrpete in the Individual event as a substitute for a man who had entered. Entries for the tournament will positively close April 8. . . Secretary Kiene. in declining a re-election. . expressed nis willingness to do anything to neip me association la any other way. He has. held the office for three years. As. a member of the executive committee he is in position to help the tournament almott as much as If he held the secretaryship. CAPITALISTS MONARCHS? YES, BUT HAVE NO DIVINE RIGHTS Profewor J. H.firir Declare .Ma a y Kmployera Err Is IleHardinK l-nhor an Commodity. ";;;,;.,' . , ; In the last of a series of lectures on eco nomic subjects, jdettvered in the Y. M. C. A. building. Professor John H. Gray of North western university scored absolutism in Industry. He declared that capitalists had no more divine rights than had kings, and- that tne idea that an employer had the riaht to run his own business iu his own way was the outgrowth of tbe mistaken theory that labor is a commodity. He eald "that the capitalist who believed that labor was a commodity to be purchased the same as cotton or wheat, stood really roucb in nla own ligbt. as It was that Idea that had made the laborer regard waees as the only incentive to work. Wherever there l distrust on the part of the employe toward his employer, he said, there was a deterioration in the quantity and quality of , the work done, consequently as the workman became less efficient the profits of the employer were smaller. "Our great capitalists of today are the absolute monarchs of previous centuries," he said. "But absolutism in industry is no more rational, tenable, or desirable In the twentieth century than absolutism in gov ernment.- Neither is it consistent with an enlightened citUnship." : Aeqaltlesl of Saloon Man's Murder. MILWAUKEE, Wis.. March 12. Joseph Steffel, who has been on trial for the past two weeks charged with the" murder of Hans Tritschler, an East Water street saloon-' keeper, was today acquitted by a Jury. Qimbing Those Stairs. Everybody knows what a nuisance stairs are. The offices that : men build have elevators yet business men don't need to travel stairs : one-tenth as much as do those in the household and they could stand it better. How often it is that the telephone bell makes you race up and down stairs because you don't want to keep people waiting. How much of that tired feeling and other indisposition comes from stair-climbing only the doctor can tell. ft - It is such an evil that recently a noted physical director advocated that women try going up stairs backwards because it exercised another set of muscles and rested the others. But we suggest something more practical than that the extension telephone. It will put service on convenient floors, from basement to attic, will save dressing in a hurry, standing in draughts, calling around the house for ; someone besides climbing those stairs. Doesn't a housewife need con venience as much as a business -man? 7 And it only costs 3 or 4 cents a day (according to the contract you have). CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO. THE EULLm'l 2621

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