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jilETICS ON THE BOOM
Sohoolboys Getting Ready for
BASKETBALL TO THE FORE
fevrtown Five Still Undefeated
in Tournament for Oham
m,* week Juflt cloacl was the duUest of
wlnter terro In schooiboys athletic*.
. irltb the exceptlon of the scheduled
aaaXaabaO games the youngaters devoted
tt* aettdayfl to rest and enjoyment. Be
j ntng Tueadav afternoon, when achool
^pen*. tba kadb will buckle down bfl hard
work I" preraration for tbe hagb Bflhoal
ktmA cahlpa, which wtD the
tetrlment Armory on January 3
-rj,. beskftball tournament ls half over.
> .v gewtawa BttB lrt th* 1cad. and every
cim polnts to th* I.ong Tel-md bxgfl walk
| wlth the titie. The Xewtown lads
%r. piaving the fastest and most aggres
,-va game ln tba BKagaB to-day and h.ave
b'v far tbfl baat te.,:- .'ommerce ls show
ing ?apactfld ?tn i on the eeaxt, aad
the Oraaaa and ? I only on* t
' m,, to data, Newloan being tba -
tavuxch the fllaa of the Weet Slde team.;
?M | Z rr.merce's beat players war* dls- :
aaaWJed through fallure ln etudles. but1
JxbatKutflfl of thfl hlghflflt order wera found
e I aaxaloaad.
^ the braek athletes were off enjoy
\nt th*lr lagarHTU tba swimmers of the
Hlch School of rommeroe were worklng
, ,- m?I taak for the faaal meet wlth
Bterrtfl Ha", which takea placa
fjy I at tbfl Townsend Harrtfl na
talarhUfl Tbfl team ls not the beat which
haa revr*??t*d *? 8choo!- ??* the bo,r"'
are hard and eam-at workers and are try- i
ing for tbe beat. Lane, the captam. ls
axaVfaaj fa,r form in tha 10f>yaxd aaba and
hcpes to wln a tface tn tha comlng cham
jaothflt aaw faatura wUl v- mtrodueed ?
mfha fltbletka ot the PubBk Behoola Ath- ,
- nlfjl ? ' January fj, j
,-V'e thfl hlg lamplonahlpfl are'
b*fcg held ln Brooklyn. th* Brat meet of
th, Hudflon Dtstnct League. rfcipoied of j
schoa'.s cf the upp<-r Weet Slde. will be:
r*'d ln the armory of the 221 R*^
btre been daalreua of baxtag a meet of
..i, i ' make.
? from Utfth Btreet to Dyckman
Tb? 01 ing Indoor championships I *
Ic Ijeague promise to
"^ . Bt ln the hlstory of tha leagu*.
ifaap ? ra eloaaly mai
aaai i . ?''? *nd tha eaxataatfl ?
c;w? : esclting. In vlew of the recent
c hetween the league and th*
?? gam*s committee the meet Is
! than the uaual attention.
? of tba aBflntaa that the i
pa> f thfl - hccls mlght poa
from entering teams la
.?jemes. bad th* er.T:es are comlng ln in tho
-,...-. ? Tbe bxagna haa aaaurad t a ?
gjf tbe armory ar.d has appropriated more ,
ghan ' B far 1 lx^s.
meet of Mar.-:al Trainlr.g High
Bj t Ifl to b* conteated on January 7 at
-mory of the 14th Reglment. Eighth
avenue and 14th atxect The Interfootball
ratay race. which ls etaeed to the ;
;m*mbers of fOOtball teams who won their
jbttor ta the ggaaOB !??** pasfed. ls attract- ^
Ir.g attention th.-oughout the scholastlc
Durtag tba season nvich dlscussion (
.s t v. hich team had the fastest
aiaa, and the fnculty of the gBjXBBth a. -
declded to hold the race to aet- ,
tle the dbputa It wUl take a faat team to
:wln ovi-r tiamble. McMath. Gallagher and j
ke. of Commerce, showad a flne J
purst cf speed ln his paaatlca work in the
'isnk last Wednesday. Timed by three
w-xtches, the little fellow swam the flfty
I with three tuma IB > 1-5 secor.ds
I'.ergman. the erack sprinter ef
ite, la one of the Bl
ranks to-day. Barg
man. who ta an Ofld Dfl aTHt CBatoa tn h
man. has i furlong dash ln 23 1-a
, n <'ompetit;-m.
:.:erce ha** 8 :s* "f th* 23d (
??. which will ba h*ld on Febru- |
? re football team of ,
ol has r? ?
I - tbe boys are showlng '
? ?? ;rr;dlrjn. Qalbagher, Kot.'.,
are wornmg hard ani
B ? for bonora thla winter. Gaiia
^ r tba baat before tho
Oam. .v, i.. spaedy cjuarterback ? '
- la the Clty, and
Of the most im
;? ? ? ? *ors bl tbfl f his team'
.... r tne I
BflBB ? all team. are
; They are -; . |
? ? a"e hard to
t i ao uaaaual I tber to
ball * ?'? m "ines !n tne
. rlne fettle t.'ils season He ls a
? 'a UnfxerMty basket
B, is out of tn*
abaae wlth a - Kered ta footbaii ;
Mi Keraey, :he i
? ,-.t on the eaurt in a
I *r is rated ??< on* i
aart i Bja
vering over BltJ h ?
kaui a tej to naove bta f**t T i
ef his '.'.- n < i.
??' Horace i
ag ? II in aractlce Bmtth
? . and I
bafera the s-a.-on < :
>~ ? - ( ? I bl tbe beginnlng
ter ea i-clded
, ? g ai.d >*n
. of < ganaaarea bas
?:g a Star gBBBfl IflXf
I . i.ight I^ecach j
ti ir.i af Horace Mann
.;ri ks. flterllng :
wbng great :
aaa been tlmed
tba 44/) yarda.
ls swlmming along J
mi?*s to be a polnt ,
_ . :-.-as< n b fini?b*d.
. s r DEAJUBRS IN THB
and 'Jfl Hand *'ara ?a
!l?a to buy at Breat
ala r hava ?.n ha
r ALL T.h: :sl
... onOltlon ?t
**>' V UtW PJ'.J' 'Ki* ti' f'd
'S SQ. AUTO CO. ir^r^ihM
SPEEDY TROTTER WHICH HAS LEABNED TO PACE.
SW AXTTORTHT, WORLDS HAI^F-MILE RKrORD HOLDER. AT r.f^PECONDS. TTITH HIS OvVNER. ^HARLES
WEILAND. AT THE aUBOfl_
NEWTOWN IN IHE LEAD
Maintains Position in^Race for
Ow,ng to the rihrletmai vacatlon OBiy two
games were played in the strugc'.e for tbe
baeketball chamjlorship of the PubUc
Schooia Athietic Laagus last wcck Rathar
than have tlie hoUday reee<;? toleriUPted
the svhools postponed their acbeduled
Newtown High Schooi. which ls headln?
th* eleven competlng M hools. lld not plav
!>s BCbeduled game. The Long Island fiv*.
haa won flve, eontenats. The ellglbllltv of
Ballen, whlch haa been wldely qjaaattonad,
Wfll dsflaftety be settled at a meetlng of the
league games eommlttee shortly.
Stuyvesnnt, the championship five of last
year. loorrrM up as an exceedingly etrong
BOnhBBdar wh.en the wcak Erasmtia Hall
five waa routed in a game, last Friday by a
score of 38 to 8. The "Dutchmen" contln
ued to dlaplay thelr puzzllng and rapld
team work, which could r.ever be solved
by thelr opponenta. It was Era*mua Hall's
s:\th con?ecitive defeat. Stuyvesant has
returr.ed a victor ln five of Ita slx contesta,
heing 'eaten only hy Newtown. whlch
gi.tti", howewr. has heen rrotested.
The High Schooi of I'ommerce stl'l occu
piea third place. with four victorlea and
o-e defeft. Its sched'tled *am* was noBt
p. ned Ihe- srame between Manual Tratnlng
and I'ommerc*. Whlcb araa puatpOBBd re>
rentiy, BtHl h* fought out ln the Manual
gymnasium on YVedr.esd.r- lfternoon.
Eusterr. IMatrlCl irioved up ln the race
when !t vanqutshed the Flushlr.ic High
Bchool In an exciting and hard fought gamo
by a acore of fl to 2S. Flushlng enjoyed a
mea^re lead at the exp'.-at'.on of the flrst
but the tVllliamshurg five ther?after
1 layed the game thev are capable of and
he!d thelr rrponents safe-.
Manua: Tralnir.g mair.talrs foarth posi?
tion. but uncomtortably presalng it are
Easttrn Diatrtcr. De Witt ninton and Boyt'
High st hools.
The comlng week wlU be a biisy oi.e. with
the regularly scheduied g-amea and aeveral
Tba Manding of the teama follows;
W-n. T,o?t. T
Newtewa. I J
Stuyvesant . I
C n.rrer^a . * BBQ
Manual Tramlns'.?? ;; ?""
Ea*urn Dlstrlet...... 4
1- W1t1 i ;ir,t.?n . . . " ??'"'
B^.va' Hlgtl . I ????
- . - B
Jamai^a ........ 1 ??
R: hnr.r.d Hlll. 1 4
graamua Hall.. B * Wj
ARRAIVGE FOR PvlAIMY RUNS
Athletes Will Start the New i
Year with Much Activity.
open athletle tltlone of the
If arlll he held tO-moiTOW aft- ?
form .>f 'cross-country runnlng. Tha
Tonkera Voung- Mer.'s Chrtstlan Ai
ti<>n will eenduet a five-miie race through
ai af 'he Waatctteater town. The'j
numeroue prlzes to b* distrlh-:t*d have at
g li?r of entri?s.
The other race wl!! be he)d by the Great
Neck H'.lls Country Clnb, Oeer a ?dx-mi!e
.?oursc. Th* bulk of th*. ? -- arlU
com" from Brooklyi:, but aeveral
Maahattaa cluhs have entered
raluable pr'z'?, :r.. lud "?? a hand
some '?am cup, arlll i^ aa
? i ra long runs are handlcap affalrs.
I-awson Robertson wl I ?- a husv
? ? Triin?' Indo-r and ea
Bon. The rangy Irtah-Amerlcan A
<"ub trainer. excludlng hla i:a-..:;inc
club's athletes. is al red by the
and ii* Mth Regime.T
Btlly Bkaaohan, the speedy *;>rinter. has
,overf?l his connection wlth tbe Acuin
Athlet'.'- Assoc!at!cn and haa lotned the
Insh-American Athletlo Club trtba Rob
artaan ta fortinate, in aa arh a
promlslng athlet*. as. I WOB
derful p"if..rmances and rvpeated rl I
of last yaar, ba ' ;' hito a
Jlm Dnn'an, the
l irower of tbe Mi I awk Al
r?*!(rned from the Brona In
?-. *?? , a haa
been a BBOSt Bt polnl | I
hla cluh. Tt :? sald thal be wi
- Amerhan Athletle C
Conapetltlon arlll be pler.- t the a
n^al games of th* XaWlei
. to i;c ' I
Armory on n?xt ia
hundred athletea wl
will. ** uaual. he t;,e ;
e(,mitt <? fam. < ol n haa ?<
. ? ?
? . rprise. r =
? . .;- ti runa.
frtnlty <"!ub ltiterme.ll.ites extend an
tlon to regfft.-red BthMtea to com
. a ptactice run to-m<>rrow affermvin.
startiiig ot the clubhouse, NO. III Meeil
street, Brooklyn. i
Changing Gait Q-Oer Winter
Sid Axworthy. With World's Trotting Record for
HaJf MHe, to Try for Laurels as a. Pacer.
Sid Axworthy, a cheotfl it trottax ownad
hy Cbarlefl WeOaad, which hoids th?
I world's record of ?% MOOadfl fOX half a
BflbO on Uio road, made ln 1S0S on the Baa.
Iton Speedway, ls Ivarnlng to pac? orer win
ter. N'ew Yorkers had seen him step down
'tho Speedway here at a 2:00 pace, and as
' a matlnee horse he has been consldered al
I'nder tha clrcumfltanoea horsemen urltl
be surprlsed to learn that thla pure, lgrxef>
galtad trotter can pac? Ju?t. aboit as fast
as be can trot
' On tho paternaJ alde M Axworthy haa
a Ifltxg line of trotterx bahlnd him, belng
: by Axworthy, which la a true born trotter
; and which g*ts nothlng but trotters. It
Midget Skater Wins Close Race,
with Spirited Finish.
A. J. Rlohards, a midget skater from
Publlc School ?. skated to a well-earned
Vtetory bl the rpiarter-mlie handlcap daBh
for BflMgar. skaters held at the St. Nicholas
Bkattna Rbtk yaaterday morning. The
litti* fellow fltarted from tba thiry-yard
mark. and by the fastest kind of skatlng
barely managed to noae out O. Splegleburg,
Of Hamllton Instltute, ln a drlvlng finish.
A erowd of more than tWO bundred specta
tcrs was on h.and.
Andv Lane. the expert of Polyteehnle In?
stltute. of Pro. atlyn, won tba half-mile
race for Benlor skater- fr flU Frederlck
Bplealaburg, ot Hamltton kaatttuta, By a
comfortahlfl margin. and the latter led
Jullan Rice. of Brown School. over the line
hy about flve yarda. Larry Barnett, the I >*
Wltt Cllnton Hlgh School skater, who hoids
the Pahtta Sci.ooia Athletic League record of
1*8 4-5 for tbe half mi-.*. started from the
pOBt of honor ln this race. Barnett skated
?n Baa fashion and dlsplayed tha furtoua ?
cf spced whlc'i has carried him to
? v in many hard fougbt race?, but the
bandlcapa were t ? genaroufl and tba flyar
I .1 and hla. k finlshed ?n the ruck.
T: e Buaiaauiaa folbyar:
Quarter-mile mldgeil rnea <haaaMea>-area
hv A I Ri'harO ? <?? ? "? ,. '
aara^ammon Ii ' t^i^lra
rn Bchool (40 yardsi. tnira.
LIGHT BREEZE FOR YACHTS
The Jennie Wins Stirring Race,
with the Neilie Taylor Second.
' Red Bank. N. J . Dao. B -In a tbfl I
Bouthweal teaaaa. oxer th# Falr Hav.-n fce
- fuur boti!3
. a ind siirring race
fternoon Bandrli koon'fl and I
Jennl' ' " ,v'! ?mlth'a
Kellle Taylor aaOOBd and Cllnton U Hber s
is thlrd WUlbun Baanatfa Buaaell B,
.. : 'he Btakfl :n tbi tblrd round eatPwaa
.,u 0f tba race The yachta warai
Of tha race, makmg a close
- in 42
; . . i Nibfl nn
-; - tea for the ten rnilea
. Bchnalda ' nd?
n Minton'fl Ply-a-waj tblrd and M or
timer catabbi'fl - ' "'vV- T:"'
oaa won by a narrow margta.
ve-.v raar ! tbara xfll ba txro
. . . . etaaaai ..' ?M aad I*)
, far aaarchanoiafl prtaaa, ani after j
aa Artbur Wb>
, . perform I
; prixe raofl between I
... | . - i axa been
... K,,, j u m men
.- .,, three eapa to b*
ehts a any dubfl
. Brat aeeond aad
i;1 ut? baa) two out of three raeefl
REO SHOWS KANSAS ClTY CUP.
An oBueuaJ atl ? ? ?? - B. M Oaren &
beautlful tropblea tbta
? - .
B Bl ? .
The Tribune Almanac, 1911, the Big
geat ard Best ever isaued. Pnce, 25
cer.ts. Out to-morrow.
IfOOBL 4;: ul [MPBBLaX Qktfi.
tvould seem, then, that his padng proHIvi
I ? s "ome t > lUm through bM dam, (iold'.eaf,
2:1H%. by Sydney, which aiao la the ?rand
I :r* of L*rj Dillon.
Mr. TVolland haa Just added a new trot
t? to his stable, De Witt, MBft> Not car
lng to keep two rival trotting rhampions,
he set about experimenUng- wltli the weight
on Slds feet After euttlng down the front
beafB and putting on featherweight shoea.
the hind feet were welghted.
Hla flrat m,ie aa a pacer waa made ln bet
ter than 220 to wagon, and If one may
judge from the half milea he haa ahown
on the Speedway over a froxen aurface'^he
blda fair to beoome a pacer to be reckoned
wlth the c ^mlng aeaaon.
Various Clubs Will Treat "Fans"
to Sterling Matches.
T!-.e comlng week in local boxlng cluba
mlght well be termed "bargaln week, ' aa
practically all the larger cluba wlll put on
two or more houts of ten rounda between
boyg who, by hard and aucceaaful work,
have worked thelr way into tha "star bout'
c'.asa. The Olympio Club, the National
Sportlng Club of America and the Sharkey
Club wlll hol.l extra bouta thla week.
On Friday night at the National Club tbe
membera wfll wltn*ss thiee bouta whlcn
ar* schedr'.ed to be af ten rounda duration
between m*n Bf three classes: I.lght, w*1
ter and middle weight. In the flrat of thes?
Tonuny Maloney, the clever little Weat Slda
llghtweight. and "Flghtlng Joe" Hyland,
the raajgad boy from the aame locality, wlll
box. Jeff Smith. the welterwelght wuo has
been st'.pplng hls opponents "ln a punch,"
will face some good boy, and <*hrlsty Will*
lams, the negro mlddlewelght, wlll nieet
?v^'hat should be among the faatest bouta
?"*n h*re ln aome tlme wlil he put on at
the Olymplc Club of Harlem to-morrow
aftenioon. "Young" Shugro. of Jersey Clty,
protfege of Frankie Burns, will meet the
British Lantamweight. Sammy Keller. Shu
gr.j is a tough lad and haj been winning
hta bouts with mac! lnellke regularity. but
',:. Kf.l'.er he wlll mect a boy who wlll put
him to the acid test. K-'.ler bj fast and
<!*v*r and hla reoent bout with Jimmy
Walsh at the Falrmont Athletle Club proves
hlm to h* a boy cf the hlghest calibre. In
the aecond bout f'harley Goldman, the vet
eran bantamwelgh: of Brooklyn. wlll oross
glevea with George Kitson, a local boy.
Paddy Su'llvan. the "Flghting Irishman."
wl:l baa ten rounds with Johnny Dolan at
th* Sharkev Athletle Ctttb on Wednesday
night. In addltlon to this bout there will
bg two others. also of ten r-junds. Slnce
J!m Bucklev has been maklng the matches
for th* Club the C.ass of bouts has been
The Fairraount Athletic Hub of The
Brona will reopen Us doors January 10.
Laach .'ross. the popu'.ar Baad Bkte deottat.
will meet "Cyclooe Cy" Smith. the Jereey
lad, who won from him at the Otyrapta
. a few aaaatha a^o.
Mar'ir. and lOhttny Moran. th*
"Flghtlng Aetor," wfD meet at BrownV
rjvmr.. IBBday night ln the main
beort af ten rounds. Other elube where
l ara tba Laag a i
I .... Badford New Polo. B ?
Brooklyn Boaeh and Vandarhflt
Tbe baneflt tor John MaMan, tha former
Bg wrlter, arWcb has been poatl
tlmea, wfll be baM at the Otyawpl ?
? Bartem on Friday night. Tonuny
Houch and "Yuung" Wacn-r wfll meet hi
ll of ten rounds. and Wil'.ie Lewls wUl
boa with "Flghtlng" Kennady in a
alao af ten rounds. Tommy Murphy,
"KnockOUt" Brown. Al e Atteli, Wlllta,
ar, ar.d noaaibly Owaa Moran, tba
ght, who re-etiti- knockad
.,??. . NetaOB, tvir. appear in ex
BRING YOUR AUTO TROUBLES.
.. i aad laa" tt.n i"? apailaflj
.., asbflJtt to bo held in th*
i ?? bbi of the Waat Mda
Chrtai -i Aaaodatten, No. 31 s
,,, ? "? --treet, on MOBday, Janua.-y -
? v,c. b ? anglaaa, ?s arell as aaa*
ta of englnes a > dhl
If. Cllfford Brokav prtedaaU af tha auto
u'o ,.? . ,. . ,,: .} from | to
.,,... tioaa that may
lakad bha, atthar by bbbb who bava ma
.... ... - aaa a
INVENTION TO 8T0P BACK'fIRE.
An brreaUva Baanaa haa prodaerd a aaa
s whlch bad ta any
? ? ?-. . .. and is i
to ellmtaata tbe BaasarB or i
II artn be tted at the
? Madtaoa Baa ie .; irdea ahaw m
r tba* frean tba aaal ot
eanad tl ? latar starter." !
bt la appttad erank-faahloa, and ba I
caiied tha Btau aafety ? mnk."
35 H. P.
ajonv i:\iiibited at
liAYTi Ifl I iRBBPOWEn 4
runaliu.jt i Ii i ?? . ..lt l.v
: alm .' |l.OO0 foi ,
? OU .Na.iu AB8OC1ATI0M, JU U-^i,
........ .,.- ?
SHOW Of FOREIGN CARS
Salon at the Hotel Astor to ln
clude Sixteen Makes.
EXHIBIT OF BODY MAKING
Many of the Cars Have Been
Bronght from Paris and
SlTteen llfferent makes of cars. repre
ae.nting flv? of Kurope's great automoblle
buhdlng f ountrlefr-Kranoe, lt;ily. England.
Oernaaay uad BhriBJaan-nrfl] he dhaahayai M
tba import,Ts AataaaohBa Salon at the'
Hotel Aatar, January 2 to 7. The creatione
of Enrope'a faaaaaa motor <.ar baaaaaaa win
be aheWB in the ballroom on the ground
floor of the hotel. Yisitors may enter tho i
Sal.m through t!.,> ii,,i.| leaby or g> direct- j
iy inti tho ballroom hy way of Baa exatn-l
siv^ BBka antraaea aa ti e Btb side of the
Tha .ommittce bb .hiiige, Paul Lacrolx.
ebairman; k. Lasans and \v. <;. Deaa
ar. <-t, baa plannad ta rr.aa.; the abaw more ;
or haa aaatuartre, and no effort aill be made
to ..;tain tho BfBSflBJCe of spectators ln
recurd i reaktag aumbara The aablhlM arfll
be conflned to paaaaaapar cars, chaaaaa ?nd
aaaapfaa of nr.? eaaeh work raady for
mountlng upo.i ehaaata, : ?- . BBBJBJttao haa i
b*en compeiied to refuaa aatdlcatloaa for1
BBaea n.nde by ltnporters of fretgbt carry-|
Ing tabiclea Mo ac laaaory or tire exhibits
of any kind will he B
The admlssion fea arfll be 11 at ;iil tlmea.
A new depaituia baa baaa amde in rixm^
ti B '1 adBafaalBB prlce, as 50 cents has been
the BdtnlaaaBB BM at former mot?r car ex
hlbltlona ln this eBBBU'J. T.he Salon man
agement haa set aaide only two days of
the ahoar poriod aa speclal days. Thura
day, January 6, has been deslanated as
'Irand Opera day, and invltations r.avo
been sent t<> ai! of th* ahagara oonnected
?wlth tha MnlrraiBlllBB Opera House, aa well
i aa to fjtafta i;,-it!i-<'asazza. general man
iBger, the dlrectora of tbw Metrupollian
j Opera CcBanaay and tlie box holders. Fri
day, January 6, has been set aside as
j "professlonal uay," and Invltations for that
j day h ive been s. nt to the merabers of the
; prlncipal theatrical companies now playtng
ba the city.
Tho greatest mechanlcal novelty to be
J seen at the Salon wlll be the Knlght alid
| Ing eleeve enginp, exampl*s of whlch wlll
| be Bhown at both tho Panhard and Eng
Bab Ralmlar apaoaa, Ti.i.s engine waa m
vented. by an American, Charles Y.
Knlght, of Chlcago, and waa first produced
ln thla eOVBtry ln a mucb cruder form than
that ln whlch lt !s now made. Mr. Knlght
wlll be at the Salon next week.
The Renault exhlhlt wlll lnclude a pol
ished ehaaalfl of th* 25-35 horsepov/er Amer?
lcan Special, a polished chaaala o? the new
35-46 horsepower type and a atock ohasals
of the 10-12 horsepower monobloc casting
tuwii car typ*. The 35-46 haa a new shaped
bonnet, a new one-pleco rear axle, the
valves are lnclosed and the bore and stroke
are 130 millhnetres by IM millimefj-es?20
mllllmetrefl more than tttf englnes of the
formep 35-45 types. - All three are four
The De Dlon dlsplay wlll lnclude two
show cha-sis made espeoially for America
and Fhown at the salon for the flrst tlme.
The chassls wlll have most cf t'::e stael
parts polished nnd the cyllnder caatings
wiii he ananaelled. I aaa ahaaata arfll be
those of the II and 40 horsepower models.
made especlally for BBB tn thla country.
The frarr.es are bent ln front ao tiie cars
ca:t ba tomad in narrow streets.
Tho Panhard exhlbit will lnclude three
of the new ratrataoa BaadelB? with the
Knlght englre-produced by thls old
French concern. All of the valveleaa
models wlll have four cyllnder 30 horse?
power motors. One haa a LaOourdette
Mmouslne body and araa exhtbtted at the
Olympia show in London. Anothor
landaulit body made hy RothachlM & Co.
The thlrd vaivele.-s BJOde] Is a Btrtppod
stock chassls. There will a'.so he a slx
ryltndor BJ bOCBapOWar, with a landaulet
llmotislne body, hy Holhrook & Co., and a
four cyllnder 14 horsepower coliapsibie
tandaulet, with body by Hotaraoh & <o.
In the C O. V. space Mr. Volght wlll
show a 12-14 horsepower landaulet, body by
Demarest .?. CoH and B 16-20 hOTBOpOWOr
eoupa, body by Locka B Co. Bi th of theea
models have four cyllnder cnRines. Ther*
win be two six cylhider If-M horaepower
modeis. One has a KcUner Hmouslne body,
with nhahegany fanah (netde, which at
tracted a lot of attentlon at the Paris
Salon. The other six cyllnder mod*l baa
a tonrabont body. Mr. Volght Wfll alao ex?
hlhlt ;i four cyllnder 12 horsepower Zedel
insiaa drtren laadhulet
Henry Daeaana a Ca. wfll exhfhlt a ?ix
cyllnder ko horsepower five paaaaoger tour
lng car ln the Darrnc.] BpBCB, BB a i D BB B
four cyllnder 20-24 boreepower lown car.
The touftng ( ar body was bttflt by Roth
schild & i".'., and Mll'.lon & Qloet made
tba tOWB car body. Th* S. P. 0 v
mohjie Company wfll show a 24 horsapoysr
S. P. <~>. raceabcut and a 16 I
Wrt'i' town .-ar. The Peugeot Import Com
3UUL JtcifatU, JtUc,
EMERY BROS., Mgnagen.
pany wli! show a new chassls produced by
the famcua French maker.
Demarest & Co. will exhiblt a 40-horae
power Itala show chasals, Lriugi.t h*re from
the London and Parls shows; a 2')-hors<
prwer Itala llmouslne and a 15-horsepower
Hala landa\let, al! wlth four cyllnder en
glncs. They will also ?how a 3s-horsepower
abflgilah I*itniler chassls. ajftb a Sllent
-aight englne and wire wheels. The Dem
:eat flrm wUl dlsplay four Renault cars?
a l4Vaa.hacaapewar landauict, ? 12-1*
horscpower extension front landaulet, a
2y-3()-horsep<iv.er hrriO'islne and a 2'-:,"
apewer laadanbi Ad of the cars
shown hy Demarest A Co. will be fltted
v. Ith their own coachwork.
The racing car wlth whl^h Pavid Bruce
Brown won the AutomobI!e Club of Arr.er
lca's grand priz* gold cup will be shown at
FIRST AUTO RACE OF YEAR
? Daring- Drivers to Try for New
Marks at Guttenburg" Track.
Lovers of faat automobile drlvlng can
, satisfy their luat for epeed at the o'.d Q t>
teaburg raoetrack to-morrow mornlng. when
Raiph I>e Palma, "YVild Bot>" Burman, DX>>
vid Bruce-Brown, who won the Grand Prtze
race at Baxannah, and Howard TVilcox will
turn out ln an effort to establlsh new track
De Palma will drlve Ms flO-horsepower
Slmplex car, Burman will gulJe hl? Mar
quette-Buick, whi'.e Bruce-Brown will pln
his faith to the Benz car wbteb carrled
liim to v.ctory ln the big international race
| at Savannah.
|n additlon to tbfl exhlbltlona thera will
he a special ten-miie race between the Mer
ccr and Correja cars, of Newark. Tho cars
will race for a purse of not less than $2t?
The races will start at 10:30 o'clock ln the
Robert Lee MOrflsL 2d. vlce-presldent of
tha Automobile Club of Amerle*, will act
as referee, while Fred Wagner will do
the starting. Mr Morell was referee of
the lnternatliinal ra^e for the Grand Prlze
WARREN CAR HERE FOR SHOW
Comes Overland from Detroit to Thu
City in Record Time.
The Warren "W.lverlne" which came
overland from Detroit to the International
Automobile Show, which opons at the Grand
Central Palace to-nlght, arrived ln Men
York late Thursday night. after a hard
day'a run in the mud from Albany. Tha
car reached Albany on the evening of the
15th. lt had come from Syracuse ln
heavily faJUng BttOW, which at Umes
reached th* intensity of a bllzzard. Tbfl
trij; con8tltutes a wlnter record between
Detroit and New York, a trlfle less than
ten days for the diatance of more than
The only motor repaJrs on the entlr* trlp
were the replacement of two spark piugs.
NAVY FIVE RUNS UP 8CORE.
Annapolia, Dec. 3L?The Naval Academj
lasketball team defeated the representa
tives of Gettyaburg College here to-day by
B s :or* of 73 to U.
t ?? Baaa space. There will also be a Mi
hi.rsepov.-cr shaft drlven ahow chassia, a V
:.. iBepoflrar llmouslne wlth Bothachlld body,
. rsepower gunboat body by Roths
child. a 30-l.oraepower llmoualne wlth a
body made in the Eens shopa. at Mannhfllm,
Germany. and a 50-horsepower llmoualne,
body ap Burr & Co.
J. M. Qufmby & c0 will a+.ow floinfl late
modela of Isotta-Fraechinl cara fltted wlth
? aluattftum bodiea. Cesare Coatl
will exhlblt three four cyllnder modela of
the 8. P A. cars?a lS-20-horaepower, A
2.V?Miorsepower and a 35-50-horeepower.
woith A Jackaon will dlaplay aome
r.ew Napier cars fcrought over from th*
Otyaagfli Bhow hfl London. The lateet aO
dltlon to the Bflt ls the Belgian oar. Metai
birgique. which haf faat been brought te
this oountr- by Warwlek Wrlght._
1^11^1^ old "bullet"
E. M. F. Company'b No. 9 Has
Been Driven 73,000 Milea.
One of the most lnterejitlng featurea ?B
lomnhfla sbow ls always the array ot
factory owned cara that have been ueed Ub
1 the making of automobile hiBtory.
Battle scarred. the marka of their duela
wlth Blghwaye and adverae eondttloae
: plafhly shown. fhey form. a marked flon*
! trast wlth the b*autlful naw modato, re*
splendent ln pair.t, varnlsh and poHahed]
! brass, which bfdge them ln on every aOU,
The cTowds co^no to sea the new modeurA
yet the "stunt cars," as they are known la
factory parlanee, are always the redprenta
of populur attention.
One of the hlstory making motor eara
\ that wlil be ieen ..n the etreuM of wlnt*r
j shows. openlng ln thla clty on January 7, aa
i "Bull*t." E-M-F "30," No. 9. The numbe.
; Indlcatea order of productfon. "Bullet "?
wai actually tho ninth car bullt by the Ng
] Detroit concern and waa a member of tha
1 first day's output of the company.
"Bullet" Is one of the best known motoB
cara ln the world. The car has been drlveal
in two years a total of m?re than 73.04
1 miles. Scarcely of le<s !mportan<-e is tha
'? cars fame as a competltor ta publlo com
, petition. On road. track, hlll and Bpeedwey
| "Bullet" haa been raeed. The trophlaa won
1 ln the almoat continuoua serlea of epeedl
; atrifa wl'.l act^mpany the car wheraver l|
is to be exhlbltcd.
Whlie the E-M-F Companv'a maln ptnr*
: pose in exhlbiting "Bullet" la the demern
Btratloa of F.-M-F ,nfr durabllity, tha oaJ
w:ll serve an BtMbdl purpose, to lllustrate
the standard chassis, on which aii cf the
E-M-F "3/- body types are mounted. To
1 accompllsh thla cnd. "Bullet" wtU oarry
around tha show cirr-uit only a Ught rac*
ing body. To all Inqulrers regardlng E-M
F "30" mecl.anicai destgn ??Bulle^, wltl
give answtr. Although the car la atlll pos
sessed of virtually all of ita onglnal com
; ponent parts, and dlfTers from the la^er
1 mcdels In a number of detalls, th* difer
ence.? are not essential, but are merely ln
the naturc of refinements.
Blobbs?Don't beef aboit your lossea. Yo-i
8hould remember that the cat corne* bar < '
Slobba?Trat> just lt. Moat of mine w.?nt
tn the kltty? Phlladelphla Kecord.
THE E. M. V. "MT BULLET.
Which has been d.-lven more than 73,000 milefl.
AUTOMOBILE*. _. /_AUTOMOBILES.
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