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I S NEVI TRIER AND HYDE PARK WIN IN BASKET MEET BY GEORGE BUCKLEYHyde Park and New Trier. playing Vg league fashion, both craahed through for suer7"- -'---N.,, cessful debuts in k',--- '.---- 'a . the o penin g day's -1,-,, - -; play of the na- ) t .. -,a, - ee, --.- tional interschoi- t- ..? .,.., - 9 7 : a -a-'7- ,. astic basket ball , .,- - - -11' $: st I I-, Jt....4 .. ',., classic at Univer, 7 sity of Chic-ago 11, yesterday. Fortyl k....,teas'e - teams from thirty- I ,, ' one states corn- - lok pet ed ; . . ' - -; , ' ,..,..---"I Each shattered ,tai- the hopes of a ' '''.id y state champion. ( ' New Trier. with at k . three lightweights In its lineup, end?. WASITICK. ea Hume-Fogg of I TELIst-sz Pnotml Nashville. Tenn.. as a contender. 33 to :3. Hyde Park, howing a canny eye and fast passing Atitack. upset Hagerman Iligh of New Mexico. 41 to 21. Chicago fires May Today. New Trier now will face the fast 3,1esa five. Arizona titleholders, and Hyde Park will go into action against Omg,e. Ia., in the second round today. Morton and Tilden. the other half of the local field. will take their initial 7--lunge this afternoon, the Suburban champions meeting Bangor. Me., and Tliden bucking Stillwater, Okla. Both of the visitors hold state championship honors. The Kenilworth boys showed sensa- tional form In disposing of the Ten- res-see prides. who had been heavy choices to win. De Paul led the offense with five baskets and received stble atipport from his two mates. Cud len and Roth. who each netted four.! Honors in the fray. however, went tot Johnaon and Smith, who, drafted from,: the Light,welaht ranks, fought like ftendaa . . ' , Mesa Shows Few.-. , Despite the reputation of its opponett. Hyde Park found Hagerman of 'New Mexico soft picking . and never' was threatened by defeat. Swedberg led the basket shower with eight field I goals, pocketed from all distances. New Trier will face a tough foe in Mesa, as the Arizona lads showed a wealth of power in disposing of Macon, Ga. 38 to 28. Osage, which faces Hyde Park, atas forced into an extra period to nose- out Louisville. 27 to 23. The game had the erovrd on its feet continually. and only great pinch hitting by !Hagan brought victory to the Hawkeyea. One of the hard-est fought skirmishes, which also was carried into an extra period. found Windsor of Colorado a :8 to 26 victor over Norfolk. Virginia chaMpion. It was nip and tuck the whole distance. Womble saved the 1 southern team repeatedly, but a great spurt led by the Van Matre brothers spilled the plucky Dixie contenders. Draws Good Crowd. Want Walla, Wash., opf-ned the tournament with a 39 to 26 triumph over Gloversville, N. T. Charleston, S. C.. Showed power in crushing Dallas, Tex., Lone Star title bolder. 43 to :12. The showing of Fitchburg. New England rulers, was rather disappointing, although victory lodged with them. Nanticoke. Pa., joetled Miles City, Mont., 32 to 22. In a, well played struggle. The Montana lade shaded their rivals in floor play. but failed dismally In finding the hoop. F. Washick led, the victors with six pretty baskets. The tournament drew a fine all day crowd- Feature lineups : Stlest Timm !MI. I NASEIVTLI,I VI3!. B P PT? EPPTI DePaa.rt 5 3 2 0 Diamenixt 0 5 0 01 Rotall 4 0 3 0 Kaneit 3020i Cullen.. 4 0 1 0 Co.stellne 4 0 I. 0 J,Illinannxig Q 0 3 0.1Cheltrx 2 0 2 Of !an-m.111 2 0 1 0,Johoson.lg 0 0 0 01 WIniaett.rt 0 0 0 0,11-orrn31 0 0 0 01 McCaw.. 0000 Pree thiwwws mlanfdbePan. 3: Diamond. 8. tIontraRevnolda. nelereeLiman. IsA3rrICOICE frIl- I MILES Orr l!!21- 3 1, PT BP PT WaItiet.rt 8 0 1 0 corainxt 8000 8weitaer.1! 2 7 0 01B..(igetlf 0 0 3 0 Ithonene '2 1 1 0wert.e 3 0 4 0 Davie.re 2 0 0 O'ELBab,siwime 0 0 1 01 Donabc7.14t 0 0 0 OlmIdinetoolg 0 0 1 01 'T.Babcock.rt 0 0 3 01 ?lee throws utt.odSweAzer f 7j. Batiget r mptreHeynol, he feree antre ; WALLA WALLA 351 IGLOW.13.5VILLE 201 BYPTI P T rbeney,72 8 0 0 0 Garto,34.1t 0 0 3 1 1 Truaralt 4 0 2 0 Armoirem.71r 3 3 0 0 A vprill.le 1 0 0 0 Broakthentc 2 0 2 0 Ems It 1 4 1 1 "gallejg 1 0 5 of vutewmtrir 2 0 1 1 Pens-we 7000 Whazrril 0 0 0 0 Jot:yaw:ex( 0 0 0 0 litres throw ralsoed--)Ient, 21, ArtrigtPoqw i I 3 I Iteleree--114mabesiabr. tzttpl,:eRey sold& LoBAniX 12A1. I AURORA l41. I B P PT1 I F PT 1 IF arrt a, 11 2 6 0 O'Llnkle.rt 2.01 01 C,Irinttiow,12 6 0 1 Otlurk..11' 4 0 1 0 41;,ore.,c. 1 0 3 0.1)untiVett.e 3 2 2 0! Rosys.ry 2 0 2 0 Grabin re f.! 0 1 0 i kik-444,1.11r 4) 0 3 OiTaylor,lit 0 0 2 It Sat010h1r 0000i IrraDsoz, Ital. 1 NoEu,tax ( 20 I - I 11 I P T1 1 P PT 1 L.lrlatiartkrt b 0 3 0,Dpar.rf 4 0 2 0 t Lama 4 0 3 0,Christoil 1 0 0 0 j Barrinclon.e 0 0 0 0:Priedbunr.e 0 0 1 01 , 1doeudy,rg 0 0 1 0,Rottsexr 0010t IrVIzYstrejs3 1 0 Oiticonablelf b 0 0 0 G!ytult 2 0 01 HYDTC ?AIM r 411- 1 RAGEMA-1i !el, B 7 P T1 B IT Sireebrrg.rt 8 0 1 0 ft '16r1Ittext 4 0 0 0 f--,-htirmaail 3 o o e z.vrtilt"is 3 3 1 0 i Biant-htt-te 4 0 0 0 Fitot,k0re.e 1 0 0 0, !...etstg 1 0 1 0 Thompoonzv 0 0 1 0 1 iktok-it 1g 0 0 2 0 lArles.ls 1000 EnryttrIst 1 1 1 0, P.m WO - 1, 2 0 0 0' Lartan.11 1000 ()SAGES ftrtPT! l. t tot-zv-uzz Ett3) B P Prxr rt 1 0 0 0 1,14er rt 4000 att,IGILsalf 2 0 1 0 1,-nicin.lt 2 0 2 0 1,arsott,,e 3 0 0 0 Kopite. 2 1 2 0 Patlin-nt 2 1 0 ftbeiman,Ttr 3010, rt... (4, 1 to -1,---44'. ;- 0 4 1 44 4.0' -4 TOURNEY SCORES Walla Walla, Mash, 36; Gloversville, N. T.. 29. New Trier, 33; Hume Fogg. Nashville, 23. Mefa, Arizona, 36; Lanier. Macon. Gra., 26. Nanticoke, Ps, 32; Miles City. Mout 22. Chariestma, S. C, 43; Dallas, Tex.. 22. Lorraine. 28; Aurora. Minn.. 23. Windsor Col., 29; Norfolk, l'a., 26. Wile Park. 41; liagerman. M., 21. Osage, la, 27 ; Least ille. Ky.. 23. Fitchburg. Mara, 27; EatonvIlle, Wa1i. . TODAY'S GAME& Second Huff Of First litound.j a. nuNorthampton, Mass., vs. SprlaSville, Utak. Is a.. us.--Weetport. lamas City. Ma, vs. Simpson. Birmingham, Ala. 11 a.. sa.Bellevue, O. vs. Laramie, Wyo. 12 In.,-Rockford, Ill, vs. Pine mac Ark. IL p. in.--Yote4o, 0, vs. El Paso, Tex. 2 p. meKansas City. Eas, vs. Fargo, N. D. p. Idaho, vs. Asheville, .N. C. p. us.Morton vs. Bangor, Me. 8 go. ta.Tilde. vs. Stillwater, Okla. 6 p. ns.Yankton, S. D., va. Muskegon, Mich. SECOND ROUND. 7 p. lin.Nantleoke, Pa. vs. Chariestos, S. C. p. gre.New Trier vs. Mesa, Aria. 9 It. sa.Loraln. 0, vs. '0'indsee, COIA. 10 p. nt.,--Hydo Park vs. Otago, la. . HAP FELSCH AND RISBERG NOW SUE fOR $406,570 Milwaukee, Wis., April 3.--Damages for alleged conspiracy and injury to reputation aggregating $400,000, and an a4clitiona1 $6,570, claimed due as back salary and bonuses, are demanded in two amended and new oornplaints filed in Circuit court by Oscar Felsch and Charles Risberg against the Chicago American League Club. Ed Cicotte Gets Job as Game Warden in Michigan Lansing. Mich., April 3.--Eddie Cicotte of Detroit, former Chicago White Sox pitcher, who left organized baseball following the world's series expose of 1919. today accepted appointment as a Michigan game warden. As a state employe Cicotte will receive about $3.30 a day. With the Sox he was reputed to draw $12.000 a year. Billy Spears, Known to Sports Fans, Is Taken 111 W. H. (Billy) Spears was taken sick yesterday morning and rushed to the South Shore hospital for an operation to be performed by Dr. Hugh MacKechnie. Spears is president of the Railway Baseball league, vice president of the Royal Blue line, and manager of the Harlan Tours, and is well known to sports followers. Woods Waters BBEFilR TOUCH WEATHER ON DUCKS. ARCH. with all its storms and cold weather certainly did raise havoc with the birds according to reports that have ' reached us recently. Not only song I birds but game birds suffered because Iof the snow and unusual cold weather. A few days ago Ed. St. 'Clair was . telling us about ducks dying in north! ern Illinois and now comes a letter I from Jack Kuser along the same i line. He writes from the Fox lake country as follows: " Ducks and geese have been coming in large number during the past few weeks. :" The lake has been pretty open, but ' One morning in latter March every-I thing was frozen tight except one spot i some three-quarters of a mile from , :shore. 1 "Dick Schofield and 1 walked out to I get a close view of the ducks. There was a hole about 100 by 300 feet and I thousands of birds were trying to get I in that small open stretch. We scared . 'ern up when about 100 feet from the flock and all fiew except a couple of hundred that apparently couldn't fly. ; Then we noticed the dead ones lying :around and of these we counted thirty1 four. Seven were frozen in. Dick' reIleased six of theseall we could reach. " There were several dead in the , water and about fifteen or twenty with I their heads tucked back were being ! blown around by the wind, taking no , i notice of us when we were within threE ' or four feet of them." 6 CYLINDER TOURING SEDAN A big. roomy. 6 cylinder I-1 enclosed e a r for the price you expect to pay for an ordinary ' car. Not a makeshift body of top fabric. but MI metal pats-tied. A car that give. real servicepep, hie. stemma. A wonder in traffica master of the road. $l.ted (freight and tax extra). Cane and wee it. EDVIARD S AND CEIST C 0 PA:VW A lasinos Built on Srvic 2437 MictligAn Avenite CRIlirnA 3700 'Iwavaissittragli ' " "'"." oomminlilaind SIIIITTY-HE SEES A FACE, BUT IT'S NOT THE CLOCK'S! '47".$0F!:011g's-:,.:t-,17r r - : , - , , 1 siZe, 2-9 . c m.e tic. -.44., T.:: THE , -., 4 419 I ,$ x Thousand l'iro ri dr e a 5!4 Tt Z316 te ' WI-ago ri AK.NALD'S G-FtLA-rEst NEWSPAPER .. .-' ...-. ' Z8Z9-1' Om WO Owl. As stated in Sundays Tribune, more than $6,000 was realized from the six nights of amateur boxing held at the Ashland Boulevard auditorium under the auspices of The Tribune Athletic association. The boys who took part in the tournament, whether they won or not, can rest content that their efforts have been rewarded by the turning over of the fund to the Illinois Veterans Trust I El tl the WA ri, Ea of th d t4 TRIBUNE BOXING FUND TO NEEDY WAR "VETS" SUZANNE-111012A FEUD ENDS. , and the spade-fork is at hand. and in the paFt few days people by the thousands have WITH the Impending departure voted THE COMMUTER'S TICKET. April for home of Mrs. Molla, Mal- I 1 is past. and I'm not fooling- you when I lory, the yrotechnic tennis tell you I stopped in at the corner of Clark ri ande,Adams last Saturday .and said. "Eddie. her feud of two years' stand- $7.70 for my April Glencoe Whet." rig between the Norwegian born Dick. Lmerican champion and Suzanne , Jenglen. French titleholder, comes to Cannot Be Fixed. .n end.. - 0, Dear " Dejected," forget about your Molla clearly Is not at he top of old flame. He tickers for another and ler game. Even if she were, critics a rough and ready co-ed at that. But ,hnost universally agree that she could you know, Dejected, these collich men iot defeat Suzanne as Suzanne is now are all insincereexcept me, perhaps Ilaying. It would be a waste of energy I'm sorry it cannot be fixed. Michigan Buddie. feud of two years' standing between the Norwegian born American champion and Suzanne Lenglen. French titleholder, comes to an end.. Ila clearly Is not at he top of her game. Even if she were, critics almost universally agree that she could not defeat Suzanne as Suzanne is now playing. It would be a waste of energy on Mo !la's part to enter at Wimbledon. Indeed, it Is doubtful whether she would reach the finals. Considering the difference In age of the two rivals, we may write finis to the no longer moot argument of su premacy into which personal feeling entered more largely than It does in most amateur contests. Spring Fever. Ab've done got Spring fever, Jes (whet work a-tall. Mind a-driftin way out yonder Past the old brick wall. Birds a-ehleplie love songs, Wind so soft and low, Ain't no use o' tryin', Igen jeo' won't got Lairsey, Honey. but Ah'n lazy. Jes' a-drew:tan dreams. Hear the grass a-growin greener Long them little streams. Ated like to take a fish-pole An' wander far away Wouldn't even do no tishin'. (Jot Spring fever bad today! Zanna Faith. The Commuter's Ticket. So that Wan March! Rain, sleet and snow ; cold winds and taxesBrr-rr-rr-r. Tulips and-Tiger Lilies growing in the warmth of a Ntriend ly sun were two inches out of the ground, but a sudden change gave us March at its worst; heavy black clouds. a raw Nor'wester and driving snowa blizzard worthy of midwinter. and the mercury in the thermometer took another look at iero from,below. In the chicken coop there is anticipation. A motherly Plymouth Rock listening intently for the first peep peep of the little chicks, grows more impatient as the three weeks' period draws to a close. The average commuter .is an optimist: but in Glencoe there are SOMe so pessimistic that to listen to their views of suburban life even the tracks would be depressed. The opening of the season for baseball CIIICA.G0 DAILY TnrnrTxn VEDNESDAY. APRIL This Wake Is Conducted By Harvey T. Woodruff. Help! Help! Treasurers' Frolic. This is the night of the Treasurers' annual dance and frolic " at the Hotel Sherman. The Treasurers are box office men for local ,theaters. At the frolic. the stage celebrities for whom they collect shekels during the year reciprocate with a series of special stunts. The Innocent bystander, the public, sits in tonight if he wishes and for once secures " aisle seats down in front." Reply to A. E. F. , Ali, gentle miss, your query Awakes my interest. I give you greetings eheet7 ' And wishes of the best. In answer to your question: Iht, world's my habitat; My name, at your suggestion, Is merelyHoosier Pat. - When I Was a hid. I Thought That toadstools were for toads to sit on In dry weather and under when It rained. F. S. That the dragon Sly was a bad actor and ould sew up my ears 1.1 annoyed. J. 31. IT. That when my kitty purred it was W. A. M. Golf Phaosophy. It takes a good lie to get one out of a bad lie in one. T. A. H. Dusting Off the Old Ones. Did you ever hear about the three eggs? No. what? Two bad. J. B. Mc. Do You Remember Way Back IThen: Lemon wafers sold for 10 cents a pound, but if you took broken ones the price was 5 cents. J. A. G. HE smoker of tfj EJi Nfelachrinos need not boast of his cigarette judgment. That he should appreciate their superior quality is only to be expected. TAUK TITLES AT STAKE IN LA. CAR TOMOHT BY FRANK SCHREIBER. Three national A. A. U. water chamIpionship events will be decided in the Illinois A. C. pool tonight and tomorrow night The , national title events are the senior water polo championship tournament, the 400 yard senior relay and the senior 150 yard backstroke. Three teams are entered in the water pola championship tournament, Leland Stanford university, winner of the Pacific coast championship after conquering University of California and tke San Francisco Olympic club; Illinois A. C., winner in 1921, and Chicago A. A. are the teams in competition. New York A. C., champion last year, is not entered. - Title Holders Entered. In the 400 yard relay events Stanford, I. A. C., and Northwestern university are entered, the tri-color club quartet being the champion. The 150 yard backstroke will bring together Ray Kegeris of Los Angeles A. C., the titleholder, and John Weissmuller, star of the I. A. C. Oliver Horn is another 1. A. C. entrant, as is Morse of the Cleveland, 0, Y. M. C. A. The preliminary game in the water polo tournament will be played tonight. The drawings, according to ?tiles. are made Just before the teams are ready to enter the tank. The relay championship and backstroke race also will be staged tonight and in addition a number of open races will be held. Polo final Tomorrow. Tomorrow night the final game of the water polo tournament will be pinyed. Leo J. Hogan. former swimming instructor at Great Lakes Naval Training station and the Lake Forest Winter club, has been selected as referee of the polo tournament. The program will start at 8 o'clock both nights. RAIN HALTS ILLINL Tugraloosa. Ala., April 3.---(Speelal.1Rain prevented the Illinel-Alabama game here today. Illinois meets Tulane at New Orleans today and tomorrow. O'Connor will be on the mound for Mint today. COLLEGE BASEBALL SCORES. Georgetown. 10; Amherst. O. Virginia.. 10; Fordhara. 2. Pennsylvania. 6; Dartmouth, 2. Vanderbilt, 10; Notre Dame, 1. Oklahoma, 7; Nebraska. 6- Georgia-Yale at Athens. Ge.. rain. Holy Cross. 6: Quantieo Marines. 4. 11,,.. ,t In21., IIERVECARRIESQUAKER TO ALL EVENTS MARK I I KNOX' RECORD SCORE WJ. KNOX, the sick man of the Philadelphia Quakers, . yesterday established a a2eW A.. Il. C. tourney all-events record total of 2,019, despite the fact be Iwas suffering from an attack of stomach trouble at the time. Ills 8c.,ores, rolled on sheer nerve, follow; . Five-man Doubles &ogles Total 619 680 715 2,019 I Milwaukee, Wis., April 3.--(Specialj i I W. J. Knox, ace of the Philadelphia Quakers, crack five man team, although suffering to such an extent from stomach trouble that only failure of a substitute to arrive prevented him from !withdrawing from the tournament, this I afternoon concluded with a new American Bowling congress record of 2,019, an exhibition that for sheer nerve has seldom been witnessed in tournament i i rolling. Climax of Grit. I Knox, who holds the distinction of lbeing the only man to roll a perfect 300 score in an A. B. C. tournament, i totaled 61S in hi R five man performance. got 686 in the doubles with N. Trucks, shooting the two into fourth place with a 1,302 total, and then concluded 1 with a 715 singles series. - His singles performance climaxed ! his great display of gameness. He gathered in but 192 pins for his first I i game, climbed to 244 by strikes in the eighth, ninth, and tenth frames of his 1 second, and then in his third game, "! facing the necessity of striking out on .' his last six frames to set an all events record, rose to the ocasion with a 279, the highest single game of the tournament thus far. , High Doubles Counts. : A number of other high scores were L registered during the afternoon, prin- cipally in the doubles. Rydell and Harris, New York City, got 1,276; Horton and Meyer, New York, 1,230; . and Hernon and Meyers, Pittsburgh, 1,222. , High singles counts were 655 by H. Price, Philadelphia; 645 by B. Moerher, St. Louis; and 637 by J. Gilles, Green Bay. Five men rolling tonight developed four teams in the 2,800 class, Shubel ' Shoes of Lansing leading. Horlicks of Racine made 2,813, Leading Chicago scores: FIVE MEN EVENT. , N. J. Sehaaek 2.3:38 Bob Phelps. Vermonts Bob Phelps. Saps .627 D. and It. Billiards 2.767 DOUBLES. R. Wieltholm-W. Wilson. 1,172: H. ClarkeT. Pijonowski. 1,139; E. Leubke-A. Pape, 1.092; T. Fix-L. Anderson. 1,086: C. Lavine-II. Brenton, 1.085: H. Hire-Dr. Stoettbass, 1.078; A. Hlavaeek-.I. Hartastn, 1.07b. SINGLES. 0. pallet 020; W. Wilson. 619: W. Gauseelin. 613; A. Luebke, 602: H. Breton. 598: H. Herman. 591, P. Dougherty, 582: A. SehoenherT. 570; J. Detloff, 571; T. Pijoneski. 530: A. Pape, 550...1.Grillon. 547, PURDUE CAGERS - ELECT GULLION Lafayette, Ind., April 3.-1 Specialj Burton B. Gullion of Newcastle, Ind., one of the leading centers in the western conference, today was chosen captain of the 1924 Purdue basketball squad. Gu Ilion is a.. junior, and has been a reg-ular for two years. Lane Tech Swimmers Beat Lake View in Two Meets Lane Tech tankers won a. pair of dual meets from Lake View in the Larrabee Y. M. C. A. pool yesterday. The Lane seniors were victors by 34 to 26. while the Juniors won. 23 to 24. A Man's Wardrobe affords much more satisfaction when it includes the correct apparel for each occasion. Frequently, there are times outside of business hours when you do not want to look dressed up but want to appear properly dressedinformal occasions out-of-doors enjoying the pleasures of spring and summer. That is when Tweeds and Homespuns are both proper and popularyou will see them favored by well dressed men during the coming season. We suggest an extra pair of Knickers for Sport Wear. 11. NEC() LI The S'alaors vms :JEEmEmst9 SONS Clark. and Aclaras Streets ransIIIILL BEATS; OF MESS SERIES By WALLACE ABBEY. Edward Laker, Chicago challenger for the United States aeon championship, was handed e I? ttirbest eseigtt,btaceenk f.te..-. , !--;,,,,,,,, ,,, IMMO Ser1e8 with (i.; ,,"' ,'-'..? Frank J. Marshall '' 2.J, -,- ' , ',A of New York at '',4 -:!..,..:,-1- . ,;. I k. the Hamilton club .1..."': :',,,,feirt. oe,"( yesterday when 1.4.140 !..sec. the prement chain- ., , i ' ', pion, whose at- ,. tack on Monday , ,......-e a., night severely dis ,-. ., ,:, It rupted Lasker's rN.4',',4, e ,, , defense before ''. -,--'-'" , 4 It ' -,. ': they adjourned .., . ;,,,, -. '.''''",. le. I play, forced the .'..-:' -..t.: : ,: '-''-'8 Chicagoan to re- ',-,,,. '... ''',:'.'...',',.' .';f:f, , ' sign the fourth t,,:)..- ,.,;,,,,-.. :. game on the thirty-ninth m o v e. FRANK MA &SHALL. Play was adjourned at 12:30 a. ni. Tuesday with Marshall's thirty-first move sealed. They resumed at 2:30 p. m. Lasker Leadi, 2 to 114. The fifth game will begin tonight at 8 o'clock, with Lasker girding for the hardest match of the title play. The score now ,stands 24 to 1, in favor of the challenger, as he won the first two games played in New York and tied the third. Yesterday's windup of the fourth game was featured by the desperate defensive work of ',esker. The adjourned session Monday night had left him weakened, but not entirely lost. His efforts to stem the champion's assaults were in vain, however, and at the thirty-ninth move he was faced with the loss of a pawn and an imminent ex- i change of queens. He resigned to I 'avoid the loss of his men. Match Consumes Five hours.. When the contest ended Marshall and Lasker each had a queen and bishop, but the winner was fortified with five pawns to three. The game lasted five hours and two minutes. The moves for the complete game: FOURTH GAME-QUEEN'S PAWN OPIILN- LNG,. MARSHALL I White J. LA sx.E14 I Black'. 1. P-Q 4 P-Q 4 2. K kt-B 3 P-K 3 3. P-Q B 4 P Q B 4 4. PxQ P K PxP 5. Kt-B 3 Q Kt-B 3 6. P-K Kt 3 1 lit-B 3 7. B-lit 2 ' B-K 3 ' 8. 0-0 B-K 2 9. PxP BxP 10. B-Kt 5 P-Q 5 11. BxKt Qx B 12. Kt-K 4 Q-K 2 13 KtxB QxKt 14. R-B . Q-Kt 3 15. Kt-Kt 5 B-B 4 - J6. P K 4 . PxP en passant. 17, RxKt I ' PxR, 18. Q-Q6 B-Q2 19. Q-K5 eh - K-B 20. PxP P-B3 21. RxP eh Pill 22. QxP eh . K-11 23. QxR eh K-K2 24. Q-K5 eh K-ct . 25. P-K114 K-B 231. Kt-B7 P-Qr(4 27. Kt-Q(1 el ' R-Kt , . 28. Kt-Kt5 eh K-Kt2 29. Kt-Q6 eh K-Kt, 30. Q-K7 Q-B2 31. Q-B8 ch K-R 3. 32. Kt-Kt5 eh K-Kt3 33. QxR KxKt ., 34. Q-B eh K-Kt5 35, Q-WE38 ch P-Q134 3(3. Q-Kt7 P-B5 3'7. K-K2 - Q-QKt3 - - 38. Q-QB3 ch K-Ktt 33. Q-4Kt3 eh Resigned. Time-Marshall. 2 hours, 23 rilinUtell: Laeker. 2 hours 39 minutes. Total time-5 hours, 2 minutes. NOTES OF THE CUE ROOMS. THREE CUSHION LEAGUE. Pittsburgh, Pa. Aptil 3.--(Special.1Otto Reiselt of Philadelphia won both matches of the Interstate Three Cushion billiard league here today from Charles licCourt. local expert. The afternoon score was 50 to 38 in 49 innings. and the night count 50 to 44 in 50 innings. Heise It's high runs in the afternoon were 9. 6, and 4, and at thglit. and 5. Mc Court's were two 4s in the afternoon and three 49 at night. Toledo, 0.. April a.--ESpecialIJ. Hahman, Cleveland, aud Hugh Heal. Toledo, broke even in their two games of the Interstate Three Csuhion league. Heal taking the after110011 'match, 50 to 35. in 50 innings with a high run of 4, and Hahmaa tne night eontst 30 to 42. Lu 73 innings with a high run of b. Jess Jacobs of the Jackson Park Rcereation room was practically eliminated as a championship possibility in the Chicago Billiard league race last night when he was defeated by Towle. 50 to 33, at tbe Madison square room. Towle had a high run of 5 and went out in 86 innings. Jacobs' beet run was 3. The game carded for tonight has been poetponed. Mann won his three cushion match from Lippitt 351. 35 to 20. last night at Foley'. Smith 331 meets Lippitt 351 tonight. Sampson defeated Kelly. 50 to 43. in the class A tournament. at Bensiver's Wabash room. going out in 07 innings. Each ran a 4. Sampson 421 lost to Shea, 50 to 41, in 102 innings. Peterson beat E. Brendt. 100 to 50. Lta the pocket billiard tournament at Peterson's. The winner had a high run of IS and the loser a 10. Tonight Doke meets Maude. ,AimmulownlomiolouinmuommimI1& r1... "? TENNIS AND SWIMMING WEEMS ONLY SPORTS IN PARIS OLYMPICS tILIS. April 3.--fAsteociatomil Preeej The) intorn4ti9n4 Olympic committee today ajb, nounced that the partition. thin of women in the varig otympi vanes of Int will be confined te tennin and switntninx, aft hetet fore. There vkill be no athletic coal, petition between wOrtiOn. LAYTON TAKES 2 MORE BLOCKS AND 44 LEAD BY JOE DAVIS. I At the end of the fourth block of !their 720 point three cushion rnatt5, John Layton of St. Lthi, national !champion, had a had of 44 points evtr Augie ICieckhefer. Layton won beAll blocks yesterday at tte Kleckhefer recreation room, taking he afternoon me-Rion. CO to 45. in C5 innings, and st:s ning the night blr,cic after the tougb. est kind of a battle. 60 to 58. in sixty. 'lye innings. The grand totals now are, Laytoe. 240 and Kleckhefer, 196. Layton nut an 8 in the afternoon, which be (LDP.. rated at night. but Augie, whose t,"g run of the matinee was 4. made the high run of the day when he clicked off a characteristic count of 1 poitas in the fortyeighth inning at night. Layton Keeps In Front. The afternoon game was to a large extent a repetition of the first two blocks. Layton taking an early lead and keeping -in front the rest of the route. Score at each tenth inninv LAIMON 11 24 al 41 el 64 80inninis. 65. ELECKHEFETI I Li le rs as 43 44 Inn in gs. (4. The early stages of the night game were slow, Kieckheler leading, 11 tog. In eighteen innings. Then the ohm13. pion counted in ten successive innings, adding 19 points to his string. At forty innings he led. 35 to 25, and then made a. run of R. Ding Dong Here the champion struck a smg . as he Made only 1 pomt in nine innings. It had an posits effect on Augle who scored 21 points in the same period. Augie had a 9 and two 43 and took the lead. 49 to 44. This burst of speed galvanized the crowd into excitement and the tension wu maintained down the btre.e.h. Augle led, 58 to 55, but John went out with a single and two doubles. LAYTON-8 11 28 35 44 54 elkinnisci, 15 KLECKREFEB.-4 13 19 25 47 54 58Titnth gs. 64. The last two blocks of the Chksge end of the match will be played at and 8 o'clock today. NOTES OF THE BOWLERS. A three man team of bowlers. Richter's Si". verbs from Chicago. invaded South Bend and were taken into CAM 11 by a trio from the Oliver Chilled Plow Works kligue in a live game aeries. R. Eager. Jasper. and Wokl form were the Chicago earn. A return match has been arranged On tbe Chgneas drives here. 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