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ATHLETES IN A HUFF econd Regiment Team draws from Mext. -?ARD S'ARTS TROUBLE I ■ E A BRUSH «ers Fol■ NEW SCHOOLBOY RECORD Borgman Clips Figures for 220- Yard Dash. -POLY PREP V WINS TROPHY Pratt Institute Relay Team Rims Ay.-ay from C. C. N. Y. at Hamilton Games. | Charles TV. Borsman. cf Hamilton In; st'.tutc. established a ncxr lntcrscholastlc \ i~door record for the ~0-yard dash at the ; ar.r.ual panics or the Hamilton Institute \ Athletic Association, held at the 21i Hcplrr tr.t armory yertcrdar afternoon. Bergman s time for the Cr.al heat was H l-3 seconds. The former record vr&s C 4 2-5 eecunJ!*. Bergman \ras timed for the trial ! htat in It seconds, but it was evident that ! an vrror had been mafic, as this heat was ' not as fast as the deciding one. Uorgruan's victory was the cveeter to h:Ti because he ran off his feet George T. rvar.rell. jr.. of De La SiUe Institute, the ' fchoo'.boy rpr'nting champion ar.d holder of the former record, who quit en the last turn, Tvhen seven yards In the v.ake of his S tt\ a.. The pace from the outset vras heart- j ' breaking, and Borraan r«s vociferously j arr'auded throughout. The outdoor record ; cf a 34 seconds is held by William Schick. i the former Harvard champion, who made : j: vrfaUe atteadlss Fhintps-Andovcr Acad! esay. The representatives of Polytechnic Pre: paratory School carried off the point trophy. v:th a total cf £2 points. Jersey City High School iras second, with 19 points, and Hamilton Institute third, ! with 16. Frank Hoffman, of the Paterson High School, also won notable honors in the : oae-fsflfl run for seniors, which he captured la the fast time of 4 minutes 42 2-5 second?, breaking the tape trith a scant i>ard advantage c*\«r Lawrence Condlt, the I fast runner of Hastings High School, who ; a'.mcst succeeded in overtaking Hoffman ! in the last «ap. Three hundred athletes, representing over ! thirty kchoola, including- many from adlaceat cities, competed, and the finishes j were generally close and the times credited masaaSj fast. The summaries fo!low: ?'.x*v_yj-.rd (ip.sh (closed; handicap, ftaai fceat)— Wen < v D. Orr (acnsctl): R Mir.raih <4 yar<3*\ ! second; L. gonnebcrr.. (3 varits>. third. TtX&C 021*1 Seventy-:, arJ dash (ae&Jsr: nr.al heai)— Won by G. F. Scanncll. De La Eallc Institute; P. | Bleecker, Jexaey city HUh. f*eond: H. l?an"<- I 'wight School, thirl: S. Ce3»r. Dwlxbt School, fourrh. Time, i>:O7V. >.>.' .-' ni.l flash ■■ rvr.i — Won by J. ftadrn. T> " .;• <\;-iion; XI. H^ynr.nti. Horee? Mir.a, pecend; G X .l.man. Toirasend DuTia Hall, third: J. Dr-Ina. PwiytwrtwiiK r T . :-paraiory. fosrUx. Tltae, 0.-O7S. : -riy-: ard flaA (do«ed: baaflJcmpV- Woo by V. ■.-■n «3 rarfl*): W. Schml<U (^' s"=-oni; A. Thompwn IKimlctl). tl.ird. Trnt. «>:"J-.=.. Stxr] r»M dMJi (.open: uortce)— Won by C Bchedler. 3cn • .- IlJfii; U. Torcbln. To» r.- -! l!ur:is liv::. Bemad; J. Keller. Bayoaael High, tfctr.i; F. S.-haus. To»r.scrii liarn« UaU. , fourth. Time. o:». *- Oie-rrt!* 1 nm <?criori — IToa hy I". Hoffiaaa, ; Patereoo Hifi.; W. McAuloy. EntJewoofl Ili^, , ■eooa&; 1-- Cnn<!!t, !.«»ren^ Hirh. tliirfl; P. ' :;r: r. fo^-techsle rreparatMT, Edsrth. Tim*, , • --■ . < •:.•.-'-.;•« muck relay (CMlest t* the Ctty of . New York Vf. Pntt tn«UtUt»> —Won by ITa^t (Kaek. Pftttcraab. Ocs M>4 Ueckirtth): Co'.:«fo t>r the ctti <■' New *• -;. (Bafss, J. DoUa, Ges■3a* arJ r. DoU3), ■ocoad. Tirr.c, 3:31^. *40-yard dat'.i (wr.ior; openi — V.'en by 11. Encit-woofl IJ;fh: I?. A. H-ckin?. leamilton Ir.s;i?ute. snoesd; P. P. ffmiTtt. I'olvtechric VrnmruXory, third, rime. 023. 'ft '• :,': ,' (lOtHpouad dual — V.Vn by "' ■ ' bbb rrejiamtn.-x- (Fay, Cavar.aeh. Dlaroa i: i llirh:ir<it>; l'o.> ucla.iv; J'r« raratory tSLand •■ • l.orti. Orr and Dlinrhar'i l . mmODii \lltncm Miinn Ulrym«ji. Maaianr*. Lev. :t «rd ThoirHM. third. Tim . :■:'£>. •roriihasi Uisqu-iIL- j r;r.i: tea -.--•■.■ .pht. 220 i!-rj fiash (teutor: cr<"n> — TToa ty Oiarlcs i W. iJcrpman. Haxolttoa lUUiUil*; O. l!af!at. > i -.-a- ••. f^pconl: H. O. JuDt-s, Polj-tedmle PrcsaumtotT< t-i'd Time. o::* I*.1 *. • -• .^rd run trtnio'; <pen» — Won by A. MJl>r. Jersey CUy lHe!i; W. .>e:^. Cnsle«oo4 Higri. F«<-ori"a; J. o\\'r:!i, BrocUpi Cccaias lliph, th.rd. Tim*. 2:06*». IrUU-tntla reJ»r raealor; open)— Tvob by BoTt i ni«Js (6tl«tttt. Ta> ;or. Haiv.t a.r.l Vau Winkle); : ■ ieci Preparatory. mccM ( l. Me- N-i'.r- . SlcK« :. McCrma anJ H McXu'.ty); ■■■"> Hig:' third (Scfa&edler. Maxtte, Ehla .";';Fkcr>. Time. l:4(J*r. I• • trdh relay (senior* — Won by Hamilton | : .-. ■• ••!. Teajcw. Bartmaa and Bockiact; i Urcokij-n Oc!!ep<? Pr^paratoTy, aeoood (Golden. \ Davia McOulrk «nfl UaM»e>; rv b« <<a.l«. third t^ca&acll Xewtatoua, tltzpa.trtck mA bcaalon}* Tin-.p. S:€». 300-yard <!a.sh faovla ; open)— Won by A. O. •.■. ■ :i.' ToKitweni lUrrli Hi'!; r. Ransvortd. | - ■ :; Ir-if.: •■. aeooofl; W. B««at). Brooklyn OoAt^m Preparntoty. third; J. Alt Sea, Ilami!t'-n Inrtltute. fourth. Tbne, O:r,r.= r .. K-;:.7ii:.c hlKh lump rjWJlorH- W nby J. Maynard. Polytechnic Preparatory, with a lump of S feet 4 im-lies; A. Fiu!iu:rh, Jer^y «*iiy liiph. - ] uiih a jurnji • : :• frc-t S Isicii*^: H. nviskottaa. Ad'lplii Acautr.sy, third, with a Jump r ' 5 u't J inches. I^T.^.ir.ir Mch lamp (aentor) — T\cn by D. O. i Couidf-n E«y«'rr. r Hfash. with a J'Jtrip <f T. fret -• j. liaynard. Poiytecbnlc preparatory. . •with a iutn^ or 5 r*« 0 mr-li«; F. A. Uoutkp. Eaat*m 1 Istri t II g... tblrd, v.;th a jur.)^ <.f i teet 4 lacbea. - CLYIViPIC RELAY IS CLOSE; Vessic Runs Strongly and Wins ' Race for Commercial High. 3 ;. - :-•: as r .'.:.:::-: of Arthur Vrssic. the ! fu.:-t 'crofcs-country runr.rr of the Cosuner- | j ciaJ Klsft Fchooi. enabled his team to r.ull I i cut a dose victorj' i- the Olympic relay race, ?r. th 6 annual Bam«s of the De Witt C :• •. •: Dip:! School Ath:ctic Association, beld last nis'./c at th? 'Ist Rejriincnt Armors'. Manual Traininr held command for ihroo Laps, havi:.r an cavr.ntagc cf twentyf.vo \Tird« over Ens'.evood cii«l Brooldys Cc'.^ege Preparatory School, vrhich v.-^rc j.Vrcart. F. Woodcock, who uphe'.d Ma.n-•„..: Trc:r;:i;£, while running the last mile. v.^:- c**AB3&7 omtakea by Vcssit w. j klcAtHer. cf Sngtewood Hish. On the bell lap Ve.sjie cprtntcd amj a.iid cine to the Upe a fov yards tihead. Robert Holler, with a handicap of eighty ycr.Zs. ncr. the cr.c-mile run. handicap, by fcevtra! yarc?. Lculs I^tfkowitz vras th? star performer cf the meet, taking a first and two tccon-is. The mtnaaartea follow: slity-iar<3 Sa^.h <»er.:or; haniicsp; <-!c»f;«> — T\cn by L. Lefkowitz «7 yar<le): A. Glttl'ir.an ! i\l '.■j.Tti'i. fceccud; J. Gc:<iuian r* yardii. third. ; Xt&M. 0:OG«t. £ixt>-v a ri <Jash «?re-er.r-.en; handicap)— Won ! r.y B. £tci>iro <1 yarfli): D. folonn.n (7 yftrlt). s-cor-2; U. Prt toman C rars;). ttirl. HaM. i 0..7. Klrty-rart hurdle ("handicar-)— "'<» by J. Baft; , rr -. neratch); D- T?-etho:m (6 yvrdsl, *»coni; IL. L*fh.ow;ti (j ys.rli.l. third. Timt. O:CSt». Ore-n.i:e run ftaoflleaj*--tr«B by R UaaDer ! ("j varCr); H O!:tert iTS yard*-. er.coad; v. ■ Wood CM yards), third. Tl^it. «:51. %V>--ard r«:ay <cioied to elesiertary «:?;oolf» — ItToa by f* E' 27 (Srit tc-am» 'b^.ith, Laua'r. 'find Thoiut^rs-). r. i-. T: (irvCr.d tetrn), •*con<! ( De M*ro. i^v. 1 -. Wrigl.t *nj Jf**-,). P. i a 19 liir.wif.in tMri <HoroTi-itz. Piiter.ro. i ntr.^ou*a::s end BOtoei. Ti.T.s. 1:47. Putting S-psurifl *hot Won by F Boyf. -18 Inch*!-! «t;h »n BctsaJ P-» aJ tO ff*t - badsea* 1- Uettawttj tacratctj, t^cora. rrh a rut'efSS feet; L. Ijtr.z+r <1C :nc^e«j, tfcira. with a pot cf i 7 feet 11 inches. riur.r.lr.ir tiU?h Jump (r.andlc*r>— Wcti by 6. G r ,v, » ,4 m'-h«* J. \*lth a .. 1 Jrr.p cf 4 f'tt 11 lnc'Hs" A E«rb«e '8 lncheti. «econd. with a i- rep cf « ft«t 10 ln'h"; D. K«nnaa lr.cr.tt>. third, wttb 1 jun;p of 4 C«Ct t :?:■-.►;«. j r . rTW^ t . O n reiay r«r« <haniiir«p»— Won by •rtnfolm: lZirciUT.<l. Dimfacy and Xj*lont -•c-a'c") •'=or.d. Pres.«jr.n;. Enant. Metis* tad Wr'cj CO yard*), third, 'lime. 1:3. «i*-yarfl ran ft:*r.filcaj;)— Won by L. Gilbert <i-cratfi:> • T. GrofsrrAn (7 ;*Tt*». atcotc; B. Wrirr-t i 2 j-ardt). third. 'fim«. OMW. 44>-y»rd run fex^mtnabert: handicap)— Won by I J MJlicr <15 j-arde); O. Schosl^il (aaatdr). eeooafl; P. Scott (20 yard*), third. Time, O.S3 I*.1 *. Oae-ml!« walk (l*n<Jica:;)— Wen by L, V.'elnfc*rr lacratfh); A. i»o;dt «140 yardit. arcosd; U I Hew (14ft yard»i. third. Time. 6:<M. I3«crfacu:ty relay— Wca ty Minimi Tralr.lnr <r.oom Dlcliser. tlactacrtb and MrCreery»; nil ■1 mm liiih. a*fcnd fMta^ncer. We yma a. Murray *n3 liattt) ; L»e Vl'ltl Clinton, tfairfl <[>• V. :it Tieuntr. Uc>cJll and Erjtnt;. Tlrae. 1:24 H. Olymrie t«.'ey— V»on by OoraraerrlaJ Hlth nt.oiiii>*t>r- Tttt>. I?«rd and Ve*sl*»; l^i«!tvk&od Klti.. Mooofl Cirwnt, Ca«we!l lte«v« anl Me/■..-.; lianuaJ Trt2r.!r.#r HtKh. third <R»!iHr. Flnntfitn. urew ar.d Woodcocli). T 1-T.e. fc:l3. fcSo-yard rua «litr:£:caf)— Won by R Wr;«ht nn •.»!■■!!; a. Icnararu <C 0 >k«c*j. aacond: b- Dis^mititiT. O0 yerati. third Time. .:iJ3 3^,. Intercity r*!ay r*..^ « r.ar.fJKsp)— Won by <;an:r..a I* it* »'nl '•■" vardst «j^f.aEon. iorkter. [UL>-Dea aiid Brady); I-hi Alpha i-lKi.ia <m:i^!.i,) • M .'. 3c)c. fcl*:t«ry and Mct>oi.ald>. tecond; P.-l Delta Birrr.a (75 >a»ct> (Ucr.esan. Orteilly. Ni ary urA Hariiyi, third T.m*. b-M. flath (MBlorj »ianfilca|>— Von by I. Bnttcnb<:« «U' j»»du: U Ixffert (3 >ard«j. s-*C(-,;; c. Iv*-«ih [scratch), third. Time. 0:3 4-5. "i<V-S*rd d»*h «;ur.lor; tiandlrap)^Won by I. | Fpcrtir'iky ffi yurdsj; I* I^awler <9 yardt). Efiond; ii. Gilitatla XlO yard: », th:rd. Tin*. U.Ji 1-3. MAY- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE, SUNDAY. ATOIL 10. TWO. JAy GOVLT) HOLDS TITLE Beats Joshua Crane for Court Tennis Championship in Straight Sets. Playing with characteristic skill and cunning. Jay Gould v.on the national court tennis championship tournament (or the 2fth consecutive year. In the court or the New York Racquet and Tennis Club, yesterday afternoon. He Ccreated Joshua Ctane. of Boston. In straight rets In the challenge round, winning at o—2. o—3, &-1- Although , resident of Lake wood, the /winner represented the Philadelphia Racquet Club this dm. In the past ho has entered from the Tuxedo Club. I 7 rcjn a comparative point of view the match did not prove to interesting as MM others that have been deeded during thetcurnament, lor the reason that Crane could not make his opponent extend himself. In the opinion of George- Standing, the local professional. Crane did rot play within fifteen of his bert came. Tom Pettit, the Boston "pro." who has coached Cran-i for a good many years, eaid his forehand voiley was not up to the mark. On the ether hand. Gould, if not as spectacular as formerly, ••■ always master c? the situation. His cut stroke along the side vail aftaa died away at the base In a manner that gave Crane many Impossiblegets. 1 ■•'• played a floor game, and as a result the winning openings scored were less frequent than ml. Gould found the dedans eight times, the winning gallery tr.rlee and the grille once. The champion was out of court or. three occasions and a!so made two double faults. Crane scored to the dedans and the grille four times each and the xir.n«ng gallery twice. He was out of court six times, hut made nodouble faults. ■ M. S. Barger acted as referee, -with Jack : White t!ie marker. All the available space about the court was Jammed long before the players appeared. Two o'clock had teen set as the time for starting, but It | was considerably later when the men got under way. Gould won the toss and scored the first point, but an instant later made a double fault. Crane won the game after deuce had been called. Gould then won two f?ar.-e5 In succession, 1 tcorirg the decisive point in the third en a beautiful shot to tar.it -ur. When the. score- stood 40-?0 in his favor. Crane won the decisive point In the next game after the b<-st rally cf the match. That made ' the count 2-aII, but Gould was irresistible thereafter. Deuce had b*en called in the | sixth paiTiO before Gould ran out the aae:« -,- points, scoring the last point on I I K-zvv tv th~dedans. lie found the gril'e j window for the fir?t time of the match «it : thf start of this r^rr.e. In the- seventh Crane brought the ecore ! to deuce with a shot to the winning gallon.*. ! only to have the Lakewood expert win the | game v.ith another ball to the dedans. HMD' FIGHT FOR CUP New York Athletic Club Fencers Win Saltus Trophy. W. 1,. Cowman, Dr. J. E. Gignaux and I V. P. Curt!, the three foilsmcn selected by ! the Now York Athletic Club to uphold Its ! pr^stigo In fencing, won the team competli lion for the Saltus cup last night, on the i mat at the Fencers' Club. No. K3 Fifth avesne, by one point. It was a three cornered contest, and when the final bout was i over the Athletic Club stood first, with a i score of 10; the Fencers* Club team was | second, with a score of 9, and the New ' V<«rk Turn Vercin team third, with 6 points. In the first bout A. de la Fear. W. Scott j O'Connor and A. V. Z. Post, of the Fencers' I Club, met John Allaire. P. Eenzenberg and I George Reimherr, of the New York Turn ' Yerein. Only one touch was allowed in a j b')ut. so that each contest was quickly *•- j eiiied. This, first round resulted in a score ■ of ( to 3. in favor of the Fencers' Club. En th*> next round, which was between the i New York Athletic Club and the Fencers' ! Club teams, A. ele la Poer, of the Fencers' Club, and V. P. Curti, cf the New York Athletic Club, both scored touches, which were counted "zero" by thft Judges. Five , points for the Mercury Foot team and three ! for tho Fencers was tha result of this ! round. ; The final round was between, the New York Athletic Club's team ar.d that of tho New York Turn Voreln. W. L,. Bowman* s bkilful work with the foi'.s gave him a victory over Ber.zenbers and Rebnherr, while j Dr. GigT.aux was able to defeat both Al' laire and Reimherr. Curti also defeated i Allaire. This gave the Now York Athletic Clnb't team tho cup. Each man on tho Winnies team received the gold medal of j the Amateur Fencers' League. Tho official* were as follows: Charles ! Talham: New York Fencers' Club, director: judge.%. Graham Brings, New iork : Ath'.c-tic Club; George Breed. JC«w York ! Fencers' Club: George W. Po^teats and j Anton Beith. New York Turn Vorein. The summary, by bouts, follows: Tirsi rour.d (Fencers' c;u'o vr«. New Torts Tuns Vci-rlu)— A. <Je la Toer. Fencer* C!i:b. defeat*.* John Al:aire ail G^ns» Rfimherr. New York Turn V«\in: \V. t. O'Connor. rtnosrs Cub. utfeated Jcrr. Allaire ard Gc-orse K-:m-h*rr A V. Z. fnei. Kerens' Club, defafl join Aliai;* er.i tieorge Jteirr.hcrr. New \orti Tora Verela; P. Bensenberz. New "iork Turn ■ Vrrtm. Ocfotcj A. cf la Poer. XV. Boott O'Om- I nor axil A. V. Z. VctU renc-rs 1 Clul'. Final •cor^-Fteaoert 1 c:ub. 6; N't*- Voit Turn 5 rour.d C->w Tctv. AtWstic C!ab \-s. I"o-c».r»' Club) — tv. L.- Bowman. New \crk A. C , ! c*u&:v\ \v. Scctt O'Coanor. Fcr.ccr? 1 Club: v. IP. CurU New York A. C ciereate<l >\ . fceett O'Connor. A V. Z. Tost er.d A. fle ta Ppcr. re-c«;«' Club; Pr. J. n O;sr.aux. Now \or^ A' C 6tUa.lt J W. S- O'Connor and A V. Z. i PotT F*n.«r»' Cub; A. <le la Poer. Fencers ! dub. «e:'*te<l Cr. Glrnau-s a^3 W L. Bowman. ! Nf» Yor.i A. C: A. V. Z. Post. Fences' Club. : rtef^UeJ V. P. Cjrtl ur.d J, & fflpM* ,SW ! To-k A. C. 1 inal tccre — Tor.'. A. C. o. '-Third rounsi fNew York A. C. v». New York ! Tu-n Vereinj— lN'. l> Cowman. N>w Tf>rk A C, \Mnf6 T. nenrenberg anj Georjre K^lmherr. N«w Vorv Turn Vereln: V. P. gntl. New lork a C Seated John Allaire. New Tort Ttan Voreln- Pr. Gtfrn-us. Ntw Ycrk A. C <-»f^at-d MhaAnatt* •nd G^orKe RebalMrr. score— N^TortA. C 10; F^c.rs- Cluh. 9, New YorV Turn Vertln. * ALL READY JTO_ MOVE IN New Home of . Irish-American A. C. Open for Inspection. ; The Irish-American Athletic Club will i move into Its new home, at N<-s 111 and US ■ East £Sth «tro*t. on May 1. It is a hand- I corr.« brick buildirie. 50 feet wiflo. 100 feet .leef a-r.d 4 stories high. It was originally constructed for the Pr ogres* Club. and. it is fully "equipped * or clnh P" r P»ses. The first, or* basement, floor Is en a level with the t t-^et ar.<J contains up-to-data bowling alleyt an extensive kitchen and refrigeratlag plant and complete facilities for serving dinners to a great number of persona. The tecond. or main, floor contains two large meeting roorr.?. the efflres of the club and a large billiard room. The billiard room is 4S by 40 feet. »nd will aecomodat* cix or seven table*. j On Iho third floor th«r« will be a r.mok' Ir.g or lounges room, a card room, library, erill end cafft. These rooms will bs comfortably furnished and attractively decorattd and will contain the many championship laimtrs ai.d tr-e scores of cups ar.d oth^r trophies won by the athletes of this }c!ub. • In en effort to increase its memntrthip I the Initiation fe»- arter May 1 will be only I $10. with th« dues H2 for the rtst of the year, propr.itlonate to the date of admission. The club maintains Celtic Park In Long Itland City, which if free to all Bscxnbera. I Tho new houit mill bo <"'l"*" ' or m- I Ejection to-da> . JAY GOTLD. Court tennis champion. Cram la th« last garr^>. minim Starting the next set. Crane won tho first and th.'rd games, counting in the last named with successive shots to the winning gallery arc: the dedans. Aided by an out of court, Gould won the next and made it 2-aIL He also won the next two. Crane won another came, the seventh, when tut de\ eloped great speed and Go;; * failed to score. The last game of the set was stubbornly contested, Gou!d winning the necessary point with a count to the dedans after deuce had been called. Throughout the third and last set Gould was at his best, a!lowin? his opponent on'v me game, the fifth. The champion's eul stroke worked to perfection most of the time, and he also ciugrht the tambour frequently. He counted on the . -..c ball with a beautiful shot to the dedans. At no urn I during the match did Oould appear to be full}* extended, and the outcome was generally regarded as a foregone conclusion, despite the fact that the champion has been p!aying little court tennis this spring. ROUGH LACROSSE GAME New York Twelve Defeats Columbia in Fast Contest. Columbia's lacrosse team met defeat at the hands of the New York Lacrosse Club at Van Cort'.andt Park yesterday afternoon in a fas.t and rough gaiye. the final score standing 3 to 0. The New York team was the chief offender In the matter of fouls. Roos, of Columbia, and Foran. of the New York I'—m. had a mix-up In the centr* of the field and engaged In ■ clashing duel at short range. The; were finally •rated and kept their distance after that, although both sides continued the rough play. The game Itself was fast, the New York■ ers forcing the Issue and keeping Columbia on the defensive practically throughout the contest. Hickock played a wonderful game Cor the New York Lacrosse Club and scored both of his team's goals in the 1 first half. He got the first goal on a spectacular da. down the f.eld through the Columbia defence. Shortly before the end 'of the half he scored again, this time by i pretty team work. Moran, tho old Cornell player, got the tall In the second half on a pass from behind the goal posts and smashed It into the net for the last tally I ol tho game. Th* line-up follows: N. T. I- C (3). Posltlcn. Columbia (o\. ' Pastrrr.ak Goal Maclntesh ! btetnart Point Atkinson I Mauia Cover poiiH i>utts Xfaman First defence Koos liuge Second defence Kn.ijgan Ijacoby Thirl U^rirn-e Ful'eTton i Koran Centra ..Evans . Kosenblau Third attack Fri»Jnian : Moraii Second at'.aok Kinlay Hu^rt Kir?t attack I?w;ian iJKlntyre Ou:s;de home Green I iißkock Inelila ho:na To^e! (■;.a;> — Hickock (2i. liorau. Subslitutioiis — Sequl for Koran. Cronjra *or Hu^ort. Catler for : BatU, PltM for Finiav. Time — Halves of thirty I and fwoniy-^vo ninuic*. Re'erec — I>. Sc!ow. j Hanari. STEVENS TWELVE WINS. Beats Crescent A. C. Team in Fast Lacrosse Game. Th« Stevens Institute lacrosse team defeated a twelve made up of Crescent Athletic Club men yesterday on the latter organixaUon'a field at L?ay Ridye by a scoro of 6to 2. It wah t v io first game of the season. f>.-r the Half Moon men and only half of tholr twelve were old player*, which accounts. In part, for their poor showing. The Stevens team, on the other hand, has played reveral games, and was In fine fettle. Its members showed superior team and individual tii-rk, both in Eijeed and stick play. There was a good turnout of onlookers, and thov cheered the contestants at every good play. Mac Donald, of the Stevens team, shot the first goal three minutes after the first period besan. He also made the second goal In another minute. Bob Wall, of the Crescents, then came to the rescue, and by a quick run and a well dlrected ehot. scored the first goa ? for Ma team. Three minutes later Brewer eccred a peal for the Steven* team on a pass from Cunnlneham. and a mittUte later Cunningham himself shot the ball into the net, making the ecore at the close of the 1 1 M period: Stevens. 4: Crescent, 1. TTie Une-dD and rumraary fellow: Creaeent A. C C2l Position*. Stevens <«■>. Bo?»i Goat Humphreys \V»il Point Polhemus •■'yjirtot CoT«r Point Br« nch r.-».mpb«ll I'irst Defence Hamilton Ivit>!y Second Dffenc*. . . .O'Gcrrr.an ratsons. Third Defence Bart let t J. X Kennedy. . .C-ntr« . ''' ' V. Kennedy Third Attack Man<«r oitojrke 8»"-o>nd Attack Br#w»r Mf Intyre First Attack Cunnlnßham Wardell Inside Hori« Mac.Don2.lil Bans Outside Home . Fo*i«r Goals Steven*. Mac Donald (2>. Drewar <~). Cunningham «1). Krause (1)] Crescent. Wall (•>). fiubatltutlon — Krause for Manger. Hef, do Cnsandra. Umplreii — Stevens. Dr. Tracer: Crescent, W. Bat*. Tlrn« of halve* —20 minute*. RACES AT NEWARK VELODROME. Tr.e second bicycle meet of the season at the Newark Velodrome track will be held ihis afternoon. An Interesting event on the programme is *m Australian pursuit match race, between Drobach and Anderson T!ur»» uic also six other «-v*nt« (or bot.i amateur and professional riders. Kramer, Law son. West. Stein, Hthir. Root and Fred Hill are entered in the one-mile raP» for professionals. NAVY LACROSSE TEAM WINS. Annapolis. April 9— The Naval Academy team defeated the strum* larros»a team of the Mount Washington Athletic Club to-Ujy *•>• a SCOTt of « to L FIFTH AVENUE OUTLOOK Real Estate Conditions in the District Never Better, BIG INCREASE IN VALUES Hotel May Be Built on a Block Front Near the Vanderbilt Houses. At no drr.e since th© Increase of vsuue? I I started on Fifth avenge, owing largely to ; i th« purchases of Airman and Tiffany. has : I the demand of high class retail houses for ; j locations on the avenue been better than I it is to-day The only difficulty the real : ; estate brokers are experiencing Is that of , meeting the demands of those who desire to dl.v or rent. Within the last few ye..rs nearly all of the most desirable locations ; between MUI and 818 streets have ttea | acquired by purchase or on loner lease and • permanently removed from the market, i The Remaining offerings, especially on the: West Side, can atSßOat be counted on the J finders of cne hand. ; The larreaae in values en the avenue dl*(era absolutely from th? ordinary real es- j tate movement In centres of activity in , Manhattan, la that tt has been due distinctly to purchases or leases acquired ty merchants catering to the MMMI exclusive ; and taahlonatlc trace 'or their own occupancy, and has been In no ser.se tlie result of a speculative boom carried on by • operators. Hence the pras;at ttsitfcy ccr.- , clticn of values and the constantly iacreas- j ing demand for sites. Probably no tetter evidence cf tl-.s par- ! tnareat safety of in-, estrr.ent values on J Fifth avenue could be supplied than the | ! soun-i conditions which prevailed on the | ! avenue during the depression which fol- | i lowed ths pan!c of 1901 la '...2.1 period vai- ; I ues not only fceid s:ead:!y. bat tan-Jed to \ i increase, and «rkfcln the last year or w.n j actual sales an. le££?s have s^own large increases over th prices at wcich property j was held prior la 1301. The prediction! heretofore tnr.de ■ tfces* \ columns of tie prospective values en Fifth (avenue, between 42d and 57th streets r.a- e , been more than verified arttßia the last ' two years, and to-day much higher prices ' are being obtained above -O3 street thin i it was possible to secure four or five ye-rs ' ago In the 30' s. In the opinion ot many : j merchants and real estate brokers 24th i street has already btcome the 'l- *- line. below which very few high class shope are ; willing to locate. j The widening of the avenue up to 4Sth j street has prc»ueed a remarkable trans' formation ia the appearance of the thor- : oughfare, and the removal of the old! stoops and other projections has been a great benefit to all the shops. Since the widening of tiie avenue, however, trade ' has increased so enormously that .- ii as j crov.dtd to-day, in spite of Its increased : width, as it was three year 3 ago. It seems I { l&cvKable that the widening of the avenue J must continue all the way to Central Park j i and that some plan must be worked out to ; relieve the congestion at *2d street. Ths Northward Drift. I There have been fewer changes in the 30's within the last few years than IMN I which have taken place and are proposed I for the section north of 4_d street. At the ! ! northwest corner of 3otli street the Bail i , Realty Company is constructing the new ! building which will be occupied upon comj pletion by Best & Co. At the northeast ', corner of 37th street the old buildings have j ulrtady been torn down u> itiake way for [ | the new structure, fronting 71 feet on the avenue. The Gcelet property at the southwest corner of 27th street is one of the few pieces now in the market for rent, upon the expiration or the present lease, and on this plot the owners have placed a net i rental value of $2,0"0 a front foot. The Burton Brothers recently acquired the northwest corner o* TM.h street. X.3 feet j front by 117 feet deep, for which they paid j about $900,0001 This gives the Burtons the : largest of the unimproved holdings In this j section, which Includes all of the block i I front except the southwest corner of S^th : street, between iSih anJ 21>th streets, on the | we?t fide of the avenue, and extending i back about 205 feet on the side streets, \ The Wendel estate owns the property at the northwest corner of S3th street, including one-half of the block on the avenue, but that site Is not for sale. Above 42J fctreet there have been many j changes within the last year. The northwest corne r of 43d street, bein; 23 feet front ' j and 129 feet deep, sold for about $725,000. ami a fourteen story building is now in ; process of construction on the plot. 1.. P. ! Hollander & Co. have leased the &>-foot front at Nos. £» and K2 Fifth avenue, at I about p&OOO net a year, and have just j moved into the eight story building recently ! I erected by themselves on this plot Tho old J I Lotos dub propei ty, at Nos. sC*> and 553 t i Fifth avenue, being C-0 feet front, has been I j sold to Knoedler & Co. at a reported price i iof SSCo.OuO. They will erect a building on the property for their own occupancy. The , Euclid Building, at No. £64 to iS Fifth avenue, adjoining the northwest corner of ] 40th street, being a six story building, on a j plot o2x7«j feet, was recently leased to J. M Glddings & Co. for twenty-one years, with J lenewals. at $44,CX> a jear net. W. & J. , I Sloaiie have recently closed a long lease | for the north half of the Windsor Arcade block front, and it ts rumored that a large [ hotel Is to be built on the south half of • the Windsor Arcade site. BUck. Starr & Frost have taken the southwest corner of Usth street, with an 'I/ running back ' from the street, upon which It Is proposed j to erect a building for their own occupancy, j It 13 rumored that Davis Coilarnore & Co., now occupying the old CJodtt Building at i7t!i street, will move to 4ith strett. ' Several smaller transactions in this sec- j tlorj have been cioseo. ia the last year, and { numerous alterations of dwellings to five | etory business building! have been made, | including moie of the property on the west ! side of the avenue baM by the trustees of j Columbia Co;lege. i Removing Restrictions. That the movement has already ad- j vanced to such an extent that the Vander- i bilts have abandoned thetr attempts to pre- j vent business from surrounding their resi- | dences U indicated by the construction cf the twelve story store and apartment house building on the southwest corner of 51st stieet and by the fact that the restrictions j against business have recently been re- i moved from the vacant plot fror.tin* 115 feet on the c.enue at the northeast corner of 52d street. It '.••, rumored that this p!ot. | !in connection with the Holbrook holdings | at the southeast ccrner of 63d street, ts j included In the property now being considered In negotiations for the construction of a hotel to occupy the entire block front between 52J and 53d str-ets. on the east I elde of the avenue. Judg'n? from ncent plans submitted to the trustees of St. Thomas's Episcopal Church for the building of a new edifice, t «ou;J appear that t^e church has no Intention of moving from Its present site. Eugene Glaenzer & Co. tvavo leaseJ the northeast corner o? 55th street, anJ Duveen Brothers will probably occupy the j building "t ti;e northwest corner of 56th ttreet. On the west sUVs of the avenue, between JSth and 66th etreeta. several business ali teiatlons have been completed. anJl eventu- I ally the Whitney property, in connection with the Charles vv. Morse house, urijom.ng en the south, will undoubtedly b« :n the market. At preient there ts a restriction on this property against business which has about four j^r* to run. Already two buildings on 571h streef, n*«r Firth a\cnue. nave beta purchased for alteration inio busings* buildings, an.l from prt&ent Indications It would appear that within the next frre years 57th street will be well on the way toward changing it* character from a residential thoroughfare Into a business street similar in character to 24tb street. As an Indication of the trend of valuta In Fifth BMW It can be stated that nearly $17,000 a front foot ha» recently been refused for a 25-foot plot In thn 40*8. »nti that an offer of $25,000 rent a year tor * corner storo and basement tn the <o*s was recently declined by the owner. In conjldeririK the future of the aven'ie REAL ESTATE. BUNGALOWS BILLINGS, STtVENS CO. 4 East 42d Street, New York REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET WXSTCITESTtR (Ol >• I \ I— IMPMCT— WiII ■lIIIIIC— ■■■■■■■ II ill in I »»MMII« 111 l 11— I— MO— — ■! Station and Approaches to Philipse Manor on the Hudson One mile unobstructed river frontage; one mile en Broadway; bathing and boating; 26 miles from Grand Central Station: 400 building sites with view of river; granolithic sidewalks; macadam drives; 30 modem residences nearing completion, with hot water heat, open fireplaces, two to four bathrooms (several billiard rooms), large sunny rooms and wide porches. Yacht club and garage in process of construction- Not a speculation, but the result of a carefully thought out investment by English, Scotch and American investors — among whom are the Duke of. Newcastle, Ear! of Glasgow, Viscount Kelbumc, Lord Collins, Lord Ronold Gower, Sir Montague Pollock. Sir Edward O'Mallcy. Dr. Wm. A- Bell and Edwin P. Benjamin, founder of Allenhurst. N. J. Property carefully restricted and desirable parties will meet with liberal treatment, both as to prices and mortgages (if desired) at s^. PHILIPSE MANOR COMPANY J*.?rypti'i'w°Ma?"r < : Philipse Manor on Hudson), New York. ' ' YTOWN. N. V.-for sale, finely located corner House, large porch, sunny rooms; hot water heat; open fireplaces; billiard room; six minutes* walk to station; moderate price and mortgage taken if desired. E. P. Benjamin, 33 Grove St., Tarrytown, N. Y. 'Phone, 392. WHITE PLAINS. FOR -Mi — HOUSE. 0 ROOMS. ALL, IX' prov«>Tr.»nf3- lot 50x150; H.TSO: bena* S rooms. all improvements, lot 30x130. S£>,63<»; nous-*. miceo. 9 rooms, all improvement*, plot IOSI ISO two hath* $10,000; al: new ha.-cJ-woort trim- select nelKhbortiood: all improvements In street- handy to depot and trolley; built da?** work: trill sell on v«ry ... CLA r EXCE LEVINESS. White Plains. N. T-. «WMr, or yu-:r ow terok« r. , THREL CORNER LOTS: RecUentUl section, one square from Caryl Station Vonkers Owner going West will sacrifice plot tor $1,200 less than actual value. Builders or private pftrtlM wUI Ao t»»U to look thi« proposition over O. P. 8181-fc-. owner 142 North 50th si.. Philadelphia. J'enn. or i-e M. W. MarslanO. Station -Vg?nt. Caryl. N. y. . HIGH OLASS. ALI- YEAR ROUND. NEW residence. North Yorkers. S3 minutes put; nt»nalr« i !»-w! »-w of Hadaoa: wchanse considered". Ty-K*KPAlig. «g»l Broarttrar PARTICULARS Or* FUKNIiHED HOCgWi rountrv estates, wwes, unf-irr'snrfl lota BDd plots tBRWtd t| JAMM U TATTLOTt Pobh^ F«rry. N. Y. TeHphow tS<; W«M»nf»9ft oVt or nxv. FOR SALE TO CLOSE M ESTATE The famous Ocean Home Hotel «tte. Bellevue Avenue, Netrport, R. I . at a reduced price. Easy term 3. By Deßlois & Eldridge 5 East 33d Street, >>" York. cr L. SACHS, Executor ?8 Vl"e*t C2d Street. " cot v '» - PRoruti. HERE NOW QUICK! "'i' «rre« n~» V> rooTn farm no'.:r«. gooA barn: tiiitlftilvallW trains coun-grr I SI 7Q{j try; fruit, woods, brook. •" ULL 1 vI.fJJ House *nd farm worth $3,300. J. B. Lawrence Ajencv. South Norwalk. Conn. Ron saTe^s?"*oo house for «&so« i? soM NOVT; b*auu?ut hcir.e la Mjur.t V«rnon. ten room h»us«. built Mna years, all r.oJen iniprovoments; on* ralnuti from trcll«y. four minutes from railroad station; refer«nce» p!\e-> anJ r««ltttrtd; principals only ca!l 03 lie preniises. No. US South £ih aye.. Mount \err.on. N- T.. J:om D a. rr. to I i>. m . Tu*saay. Arm 12. »• J- nsr.nE. ;? Mam «t.. Wuitt*-*. Co-a. WX OFKEK FOB SALE OR RENT A FINE r«.^U«^C«. tvt'.li barn. N». loi Lafayett* »t.. p<-i,<*eport. Conn.: the lot is T3 by "iOO f*et. and !» situated r.«ar Sea siX» Fark. in • fta* residential »«-.t!un tf tta city: pr.c* ils.oOO. JAMES STAPLES * CO.. Agents. ;su Stat< «t.. Bri J<<?P">riijCojr»n. _____ — — -__ nrRNAnDSViLLE. K. J-— IH ACKE3: JI.V-cid-tm roaJ. southern exposure; dw«!::=;:. •U.it rooir.s. *U lnipro\«-nent«; »tai:e. fruit* tha^i*. rardeA la^ns driveway; Cv« ir.inatcs' from nation. S3.vOO.Ci. ,00 llCie Ui !os«. L>. Boji tSAi D«rr.ar«!*viMe. X J. fVCO~BEAUTIFTjL. FAHMS. ADJOINING; IT3 aoi#« two nln* rj.wi hous«s; tar?* barns; S0«» fruit ir«4». food «had«. high •Uvatlon, uaJbstrr.ctel \i?w; pure u 4 er- trout* brook*, hunting; eac^ |S.^3(>. F. H PtUnLE. AnscnJa. clip FOS Silt, LUC MM, ML Kin»»t rtr.lne. huntln* ani »cen«ry .\cceaslbl« lUt»l sjiikn'^r to:r.e. Fl.;:i altitude. Gnutq loratlon Ft#ilred. V. S Marf.n. Chestnut Hi'l. M»j» c\Fa: cor» reasiFore cottaols <haß^ »leS, Mass), re.ited eoicpletely furnUn#d; balSi«.»:riS ai] COoT<nlaOC—; t»-S bevlro«j:u». La.i tatfcing. Knj'. West !C«h st. it must ?>• r»m«mb*r«d that man? of, tM I test known and aM substantial retail houses Ir. the city arc still cccupyins loca* ■■■ In the ol« *nrato«rn retail centres and that nearly an of th«a<! firms arc today «^*kln;; locations on upper Fifth a*7pr.ue. In view r.<' t^« % 3^e farts It se.rms a!- I most certain that the mint Inert— of ! values on Fifth avenue must ....... | years to come ar.d that properties In tht i f'Ao ttrr* t3 adjarrnt to thr avenue will un| doubtedly bo in i?r»at demand from th«» ! overflow. nE-L ESTATE. We Make Any Kind Erect Anywhere also Garage and Farm Buildings REAL rcT2,TE FOR SALE C« TO LET UX-STrtfFSTEii COtNTY lOl.Mia rKOt'ERTV | Gent email's Country Seat, ■ North Short. I <>n? Inland. ; Colonial House. Five Acres of Land JC'Wonut S l B,OOO, ot Land $18,000, i Convenient to New York, near rsCjrsai ! «?.itlon. on the seasfiore. covered rrtilj Kr.t I old tr«e». Entrant Ba ch. ReSnei quiet, 3 eent^el locality, very picturesque. Holm i has 14 rccms. 4 fcatns. parapet ftoors. e'.actrtc i:«ht». Extremely well bmis and imoosinj. Property on waur. ; 0000 REASON FOR BARGAIN PRICE. ; H. N. BURNS. 170 Broadway. m. T. c. _ ■ SHARON, CONnT Gentleman's country goat f,->r rent, ft; misled. Beautifii) gtonnCa of thirty acres, with ranring br>>ok. c»ntttry-o:d stor.» !:o'j«e. wits r«-c*nt fln« renovations, containing hall. HSrarr. o2c« parlor, tea-room, dining-room. butl*r'« T'sntrr. kifrhen. laur-try. s.>rv*nt.f !!r.:ncrjom. refrlgeramr room. rtv» miinr's. femr servants' be.irooms. fly« bafirooms. «!«ctr!n !:s*it. stenm ho.it. st.»ble: narden planted. Rarifl HM) with rtfasortaM* dKlttetl^n t.o rigSt tsn■nt for more thai one season, er wou'.tl «?!! five rf»rs' l*a*^hold. Vull part!eu'ar» ot SACKETT. CnAPVAM A STEVEN?. Attcr- r.gys. Tr^^una n»}Tdlng. New T.>rVe. COUNTRY PLACE for sale or exchange, no-th of Saratoga; 1 50 acres; modern 12 room house; billmrd room, bat Us. open fireplace; barns, stable, garage; horses, carriages. cow, &c, &c; free and clear; mortgage tnken if purchaser desires. Full particulars from E. P. Benjamin. 33 Grove St.. Tarry town. N. Y. 'Phone, 392. 4 > MILK VIEW. A supor^ n'! y»ar *o-:rtr7 nom*. naif '**? t<* th« Nfautiral BarSsh.re*. is beautl^il N*« Ervs'.ast! Town wltS large roo.-rs anj T2* f-«»t of br^aj rsrntn* das. flse lawns and sh»<l» trees. 113 jc-es oj fertt'e farm Tan.-J. with ccmlortatvn I M hdus*. «taM«. te«>riou.«*. Ksra^e. taoi^aas* *nsS otii«r ou^uMdinfs, a:' la r«p*ir: pur««c water »upp:ied from tr.e^^au*:la!• raou^taia tprinjr. Fa'l part!cu!ar» from K. G- 17ARD. P^nburr. Ccnn. ARTISTIC NlTtjrr HOL-.-ES $4,730 VT: Ci:ou-* lota JJ.'.O up LAMBERT. 90 •inn tt V V Tor bargain* «n Conn. Real Cstat* •«• RAYMOND A roi.L.%UD. Norwjlic. C^aa. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR TO LET XEW JERSEY. LEASE— GRANTWOOO. OPPOSITE TOMB OV Cli»s. id rcoia hou»«. STACK. «.« l^ltytt* St.. N T. U TiF UR IM t --*EO APARTMENTS. 34 GRAMSnCY PARK.— APARTMENT OP" • :arg» rocrr.s ani tatn for r«nt from Mar »: * i cr«n f.res; «:e%.ti Seat: rirc«rcu« clot#t». |I..V«» p*r year. Inspection da'.ly. ?oe gupfrtntynignt. BEAVTirtX WE.iT BRONX. NELSON AVEasd Brjn-: P:».-*; two bloolcj norts of W<*sSlr.j;o« fc>rid«a. «>cant apartments. A and 6 larv«. !!«ht rooms: «v«ry ln»prov«cj«nt: IIi!l drywsi : t«!«pSon# «ach apartment: cp^n for !n«r«ct.'on. JTO LET FOR BUSI^ESS_PURPOSEa. | DOCTOn OR DENTIST.— FINE L!GHf OrVl^ >.ci. ir. private r«s!.itnee: central location, near :v. : ,-..: *»•. «nj si)ti »t. ; ev«ry oon*«a!»BC« : ' l!*hiic«: f.ot *sc! cold roanir.ir wat«r: | sepa:at« tath ttni icire; . parquet t!oorg. ■DM ; ; .*.Z:-:m:-\ ti t_ i : .ol,! St. FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. j IOI'NTEY. j TO RENT. COMPLETELY rURXTSKSt^ row tumrrier s?a»or.. iarg« house; 10 rooras »aJ I batS; »'. «a:prJ\*rrtnts. ■»" mifutw frprrt V. T.. 13 fron» Lon* L«*So!». CULDB V. W3JGHT. Rockviil* Caatr*. Lons Isla^l __^__ REALESTATE VVANTE D. C\ : H blfY^Hsi FOR URONX AND WU3l'ch'ster County propwtlas. CLEiIENT «. SMITH. 4di Tramont »v». »1

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