fietwbV M< o? Photon tat
Importer**9 Auto Salon
Valveless Types Inter?
est Buyers as Well
as Designers Here.
On ??-count of their recent ?.ricin In bo
far 01 practical use s concerned, the va
rtettf types of valveles? motora which are
on ?xhibltlea at tho importers- Automo
t.jle SHI""- at tl.o Hotel A??tor, are attruct
fcl unusual attention. Motorist** a"*!
AtBOrlcan designers Who are in ?laity at
tonden???* ere otudytM th?* many new
ffnt'.ir''*" wi'iv-'1' ?*r** 'tow seen for the first
time in America.
Th? re. are fotir distinct types of valve?
less metora at the salon. At the ?xttlbtt?
of the Eiig;li.**li I'almler. Mercedes. Min?
erva ant. Panhard are cars fitted with
fejleiit-Kn'cht motors, but these differ
from each other in many details, accord?
ing 10 th? e/aya In Which tl.e manufact?
urers have adopted Knight's iiK.tor for
(?ttr individual products. This motor,
which hoa become well known since its
Introduction at last year's salon, has two
At the Pic-Pic exhibit there it? a motor
made und?r the so-called Argyll patents.
fflli has a single sleeve, which, in addition
to reciprocating, moves clrcumferentially
baekward and forward, thereby aecom
pllthlng In what might be termed a double
aiolion the* ?.ir,? functions which the
dou'.'.!?? sleeves p? rform In the Knight mo?
tor. Thl*. car is a newcomer to America
?.id i-? a product of the old a*-wir-?B Hrm of
P1ecar?J & Plctet, which is perhapo best
known in this country through the fa? t
that it constructed the immense turbines
which are in use at Niagara rails.
The third distinct type of valveless motor
at tl-c salon Is found at the Darrac?. ? x
hibit and is an Invention of a Frenchman
by the name of Ilenrlod. It has s ?Inflo
rotary valve and Is remarkably all
TUi? valve |o an iron casting driven at
half speed through spiral gear?-, and is
placed horiiontally at one ?side of the motor
somewhat below the top of the cylinder?,
it 1? the location of this valve which I*,
the secret of its successful operation
Heretofore uns-u.-eessfiil attempts have
been made to plat? a rotary valve ?it or
near the top of the cylinders where it is
effected by the extreme heat resulting from
the explosions. This heat, ranging In ihe
neighborhood of -.'.'??' i ? i.tigrades, mad*
proper lubrtcatlcn extrem?* ly difficult. If
not impossible. Jt ig claimed that tin? tem?
perature WbOTf the rotary valve If- this
motor is xiloced. l. e.. slinhtly txelow tin
top o? the- piston Htrokf, ?lof?- ""t exceed
The ethlbtt of ?tala, cars, made by the
rani L?erofs Automobile Company, fur?
nish?, s tin- rematnin?; distinct lyps o? valv?
leSS ni?.t??r at the Hal?.n. Tlii-* motor lia*
two rotating plat?n*, on?- f??r SO? h pair of
cylinders, an?! locatod at tli. top >>f one
Btdc of the cylinders. These rotatlnp pistons
ar?- operated by vertical roils somewhat
simitar t?. ordinary earn --halts, although
the drive ?it f.-n-h ond in throuKh .-hiIIpsk
SerSWS. Kach of these pistons, or distrlb
ii.-, as tin- ?tala people term them, per?
forms the same functions a? two Inlet and
two exhaust ratvoa Ths ordinary water
and oil ?irciilation for DOOUnC and lubri?
cating th.- motor ere extended t.. Hm lis
In view of this and the fact thai saeta
distributor rotates only once to r-a<Mi four
revolutions of the motor proper? the possi?
bility of seizing Is praeE-eallj eliminated,
la ease, however, seizin*; should take place
through the fallare of ?ith.i- th?- cooling
er lubrlcatlnfj systems, a wedge inserted In
the vertical shaft rotating the distributors
acts as s Safety valve and severs the con?
nection, thus preventing any dama??
ALCO TRUCK GIVES SERVICE
Record for Express Delivery
Made in Philadelphia.
In mot? ways than endurinK sever?? ser?
vice, the t% toa Aleo truek m??!? a remark?
able showing in continuous servir? for the
Philadelphia offices of the Adam? Express
Company. The flgura received by Harry
P. Houpt. manamer of salea, show thai dur
liiK 144 hours of night and day duty the
truck In ninety-three b-ads hauled iatfiu*
pounds of msffhsndlsn It made Mi coll?e
tions nnd deliveries. A valuation of ap?
proximately J.TtV'.OiiO was represented In the
i:.l(*4 pare?is. bones and tarrels that were
The total cost of fuel consume?! was
tOili, Of which amount 111 6? was for gaSO
|0M t\nd $T, 46 for oil. j
A total o? ?89 miles was eovered-an aver
iiK" of ninety-eight miles s ?lay. In view
of the frequent stops iWStjndlSlSO li>* th"
loading and unloading of goods, this is c??n
sidsred an extraordinary mileage.
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
Mailed snywhere in the United States
for $2.50 a year.
DE DION BOUTON
30 H. P., 50 H. P. and 100 H. P. Models
Three Cars of Unusual
Distinction and Merit
100 H. P. Chi???!, -arith tires-$8,000
S0H. P. .? 5,500
30 H. P. .? 3,500
Importers' Automobile Salon
Hotel / Grand \ January
Astor VBall Room/ 2-10
SELLING BRANCH for ?. S. A.
1649 Broadway?(51st Street)?New York City
Telephone: Columbus 1704-1705
?^F THE attractions of the motor shows,
^?^ interest centers in the Silent Knight motor
?chief interest, perhaps, in the Columbia
Silent Knight which is eminently worthy of a
position with the leading Knights of Europe.
At the Madison Square Garden show there is
opportunity to investigate the Columbia Knight,
that all may know of its trinity of cardinal
THE COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPANY
Divmon of Vntuti Siaioo Motor Compoov ?RttfT
Broadway at Sixtyfirst Str?iet New York City ^tCP
MAX WHO IS SEEKING RACQUET HONORS.
CHARLEA WILLIAMS. THK BKOLini RACQUET PLAYER, PRACTUIMa WMH
HIS \t.\T?*ll WITH OEOROE HTANIUVO.
PICE W AUTO SHOW
Buys Renault Car, Which Will
Be Fitted with Gunboat Body.
Ths Importera1 Automobile Be Ion? at the
Hotel Astor, if running second only to the
h.?rs?- show ss a gathering pi,ice for the
-mart set A *--?-?odl> number of well known
l-erson* Wer? on hand vest- rday '.iispe-Mim;
with crtlcal eye the latest products ??f lead?
ing foreign m?.t' r cs: bulMera
Among thoo? present ??t? Prin?Be Ludovic
I'lgiiatelll d'Aragon, second eooolfl tC the
King of Spain, and secretary tc the Bpan
Ish Bmbassy nt RTaaMngtoo sad Winiara
r\ocKef??lh i* Hefore leaving |hs prim?
gave un order t<> St? phi n KJeMsen, of th<
l'sui i^croin Automobile Company, for *?
ggag Hensnlt. to he iitt-.i with .. gunboal
landAuIei bod) This is the second car of
this make w*f*il?*]i the prla-OS ha-*- b<->tight this!
season -Mullein Rockefeller, on th< stiier
ijhj ?!. -ff:i.? ?,,, i*,.. iQoet Interested in the
Fiat exhibit, where he remslned for som?
After th?- close of t,., s't?.?*k Exchangi
>esterda> afternoon ? dak-cation of well
he -v n lb u I met , in? ludiag Tl ornas V
Ryan, Walter Watson, 'oln Hhaw T-:?i?er?l
i"hsrm;?n snd ?Prank R Bull. -.Mud the
Salon and t?rnatnr?l until dinner Mm?
A "tihi" message was received at the
Haion resterda: by the T B Adams < em
pan*- from Lanela, the forn>er ra lng chain
t'lon. slating that ths hrst ??f the genr\
twenty-horsepower Lancls models, nit??i I
with a t?->?sii ,qr body, vus On P- *???.<?. i?
this count)' and would srrr-re hefore the
cloee of tin. s.?i??n
Th?- neu m?"'dei I as RU*A-b? i * ' no*?"*!
feature?? Oni of th'.se i? a ?Hi ? ? t 'Irr ? ?-???
both third sad fourth *-i*-?"*ds. with?
gear? it? m*sh except Ihe bevel fitilons
Another Is a new type ..r -Adverse I Joint,
provided with spring- lo absorb th?
of Hiertlng. and ?omhimd with -, ? lui I, m
?the drWheel Th.? ?i?. - itlng ?f ih? '??
s water turbina thus ?llmlnatir.,; belt!
bevel gears, it a thir?) f*-al'iic
GAMES WITH BOOK TITLES.
CMtiHm partial la which ?h* gueou
[dragged te i? ? re-en1 titles of bookl have
known form el ?"-nterta'.n
i m? nt I m-** familiar nr<- I number of In?
teresting writing gam? v hi? h ma) bt
i played ? 1th oom titles.
| in the first game each neraon i- supplied
w"f p?m<eil snd psper \ Msl of s dozen
i or more book titles is then giren oui and
?each person trie to construct a short story
containltiK '?il the given titles Theee must.
of course, be wuvei ? ? part of the nat
The second game is almost exaeth the
?reverse of iht flrst. Th?- slavers in given
,i completed laie snd told to find the
? i number "f titles -ronc?ele?*] in It
: if a scor? ii kept in this gsme each title
discover?-d should room ont point snd ?-ach
I correctl> given author should siso count
one. in ordi r to k?eep pis r< i - from -
! ing ??t random any combination o( words
?that "looks llk>- a nil?-." each In-correcl
guess cougts one-half point sgalnst the
If.tai s?-?-*-?- Touth's ' "-i snlon.
- . .? I
Boxing Commission May Revoke
License to Hold Bouts.
OTHER CASES DISCUSSED
Jack Goodman to Face Marto
at National Sporting Club
Tin* l'o;?l<?n flmilMHUlQl 0*mpati>\ whi? li
boldl sii-l conilin-t!? boxln??: bouts at No. 314
?.i.ir.d >>tr?-( t, ha* been surnmon?.?l to ap?
pear lietoit Ih?. Ktat.* Athletic l"on.ml-.*ai<?n
to show cauoe why it? Iliense ??hoiiltl not 1??*
r?'Vok**?l. F?*r t-oin?* limo ? ornplainto ha*?'
b*a-n reeelved by the rommlisslon against
the Gordon club, und the s?'tlon taken cam*
only aft<*r a car? ful In'.esilRat'on ?>( ?*on
It in said In a number at the coenplnlnto
that th?? cluh failed ??? meet it* ..ahil.tl?-.
promptl}*. Dr. A N. !i>m??n. tbo PhftBeUxn
why examine?? ttto box.tro b?tete they .nt?*>r
the ring, wrote le th?* comn.tt"*-.lon fom*
lilhlnlng thai the cluh ha? refused lp PW
him hi? ia-e?.. Anoth-.r letter which ree?eked
th? r**.mi;ili*?*i"n deetered 'hat two prallml
HAi-jr boyo erho boned in a i?r>t on Christ*
HMo afternoon reedved k tot tholr m
and that the ooeondi hired bv the rlub
"held them up" for O B*H ? ? "' "f ?I'""'
earning?*. The teuomloeloB ha? bad ?roublo
In oecurlng ?rai.'ii,'!it?, of rerelpt.? promptly
??* thm tin report te tho ttuU could bo
m...!. orlUioul deley.
The Union iettlemenl floh, erhieh ap?
plied f?*r a ll?en?e. attemp"*d !?? Oendud *
boxing i-r.tixt en ( .'ri?ttr,a** ?(?ernoon. but
tho Fir? PopertmetX lied not poeoed on the
building, end the beul *?**?? poxtpon.nl in
deiinit-i?. ,\ repreeentgtlv? el tho chib ??*??
....)i<*.i befero ''? enmloeloti eir4.d?***i**t*ed
thm ho ?hough* ?'?a? ?ba- isetmaa bed been
Ria-.t-J ! >**J II St nO 1 I th? I d't'ini'' *?' '?""'1
be made I., COndll t eBtertttfkmefltO nnV.l
thi ma"? ? tees oirolgl tened t \\
*? McNurrsy made ? vigoren? ?^mplalnt
again?? tbo Rprttti Voile** ''?..intr> Club,
.i|.., \ \ M< Muimi breufhl
King end "foui - lAav
? ?i,-.?a ? .. mein bo
ir.,iii?*a- ..f tO, ion never reeelred ?*
??in Abo Merko oleo cotnptelned ,;
refara*'?! <>n h i inti of $'" end ei
unawinted to ?* t?ul he, too,
d so ?? axewl
!?? itnm.to.on ?'??o v?as ?-ailed ?ip?n b\
jtremo Quisle] to fot ? Jambo'1 tVolle.
?I*?-- Hi:- ? h? i ? ? ?? . ? ? i. ??-> me? t a ni??*
for Va? nrblch ho eH.xe iJUlgWx ei'tne ?im**
i.ii'er oleo tried to bring setteti
arain?* Wei 11 for br?"a'ii ??f contre?*! T'"*
? ' ?tllll'l--l?.|l .el .1 rrtii* 11'?
Lull In l!,?a ct*Vil COUrtf
"Kid' Murphy xtus ordered t.? opp+orhe
' ? ? the comml olon foi refuelng to oppeer
I in a bor:? oi tho ? eng Acn Athletle Club,
? ?her? he *"*ee ? ?> lui?? met Ben* lim
Murpb* refueed t<? Ki\e anv reeeen i?>r bio
?o'tlon. sn?l th" club reported hti conduct
I te the governing- I
Th** Irving athletic Club, ?I Brooklyn, inr
| arranged 0 l>o?n between S.iiloi* Burke.
I th?* Brooklyn middle-?? IkIK. and '.eorgo
? McDcrmott f?>-.* Mondsy night. Burke Is In
I top f'irm m Hi. i>i.?N?-in thon, end looks
ni...i? hit bout Moodej to i tmlnlng gnllop
for hi*, oonteei *aiit? Jaeh McFertnitd ?'?
the Reynte A C on Tuesday evening
utter a ion?? ro??, ?iri'i apparently in bet?
ter ??onditlon than ever before h? bJo Hf**.
Jack ?;???.>rJn?i?n, the \V?*.?t fide welter
??eight, will b'ix ten rounds at the Notional
Pportlng ? lub of America to-night with hit
lival of long ulan.liti?,. Johnny Mario. The
mat?"h given every pfomloo ol being a good
one from mart to Ibltoh. Mulo |v sororsl
pounds llght??r than fjoodnutn, t'Ut is in
Kii?-h perfect condition that h?* ??*ipa.'?? lli
tl?. ?lilfl.iilly In ?Innln?'
All that Htand-i between .? rrtstcb nltb
<"srl Mirria and AI Falz, r lo the ?I?!?- b't
of gfi.aaaar? ?lenianda-d by William Ufer, the
m?nager of Meei-fn, if O'Rourke ?m ?*ov??v
We wager Ffrr ?111 readily < ons-mt to a
fight en the Pacific Const, where the ?o?n
? inilil I'ox tVOBty **OtW*dO or mor.
?.'hailengeo are pewing in en Pulseo
from all over th?? ?ountry. Among the lat
ooj aro "defle" fr(>m Jennette, langfeitl.
?\'.ell?? and other?. O'Bourki In willing to
have Palwr meet any whit.' man in th??
world, but suyi? that the only negro that
Palzer will fight is Johnson, and pjpt beforo
another year or eighteen month**.
HIGH BOWLING IN CHICAGO.
Chicago, Jan. I,?The world's be>*t mark in
bowling, though not ?t?ndln.? for a reeevd,
was moved thirteen points higher last night,
Then Linflf-ren nnd W. Richter droppe?!
MM pins in three Kames in ?louble.a. \ few
day? ago Llndgrou ami Pangart scored 1,40*1
pin?. I.lndgren's total lant night was 717
and Hehler*! 701.
Rome - EXCELSIOR - Naples
strs-aMfkron motbh *?"-> ????"??????T naoua.
temar aaiarca. M?Ttl. lus?***/ *?0 co?aoar.
WHERE TO DINE
Astor Court. SD *A>st :i?lth f>t.
Telephone 24T2 Murray ?tut_
XOO to 112 East Ht h 8t. Tel.. H??*??-Sti*>-\esant
raftMOtH OKRMAN WWllttT.
A LA CARTE. TABU D'HOTE.
Music by Til? VIE.NN A ARTI8T ORCHESTRA.
(.HAND r*afl?B?"****1* Exposition. 1910.
?*4 aV?Xi AnnS usztrtArmASt: '
?LAVJ\iHAvB St UBii.i.*B.*?xorRT
teS.SAAWettiS?bt. , ? ROOMf". MIStC.
n\l: www8Stot8t- Jj-jggnU
TIE STARO?BO FOI CHAHP?GRE QUALITY.
Toi. 614 M urn y.
sert-, w. W . 40e.
WHITNEY DEFEA?S STARR
Wins Place in Final Round of
Working swiftly an,i n,1n certainty in
the rallies, Ooorg-s Whitney, one o? the
Harvard *'lub strins, won his pla--e In the
final round of the open handicap squash
tennis tournament yesterday. On thacourt
of the i'rlnreion ?*luh, (Jramercy Park,
where the tournament under the direction
of the national association has been In
progress fo,- the past month. Whitney, one
of the e?-ratch markers, defeated his club
mate, r> I' Starr, a minus five-aces
player, after three swiftly played sets nt
M IT. I.V-S and 15-.-,.
In the first si-t Whitn-v played the hall
around the Walta, at all times keeping it
low. H?> was quick to recover ?very hall
Htarr played, and it was not until the
sixth hand that Starr scored with tour
a?es. gabled by lively rallying Starr us.*?l
all of his skill at placing and he was usu?
ally successful in scoring *>n his straight
ami faxt wall -"-hot-*. Several times at ?-lose
range he j>iayo?l these shots, Whitney
banging his racquet into the '.*. all in the
vain effort to pick off the hal!.
Starr, despite hN handicap, reached 14
and 'gatm* all"' hefore Whittle*?, hut the lat?
ter picked up the ? aces on the sixteenth
hand by pretty three wall shots, and Ptarr
set to ?? aces for game. Fomo swift work
He-Hewed, as hoth iiier?. -sent the hall sizzling
around the court, Starr Anally eapturlne
the set at 17-10.
Then Whitney sailed into the game with
I ?lash that soon ha?l Starr far behind.
He followed every shot, whirled Into po?
sition with certainty und eise and smoth?
ered Starr In every one of the rallies.
Whitney kepi the ball tit'iving at a streak
In the deciding seis, counting at 10-8 and
The result of this match brings Whitney
against John W, J'tentist- in th.- final round
for the trophy which will b? played on
la tur day afternoon. Pr-entiss win allow
Whitney the full handicap mark of 10 aces
and ! or no count.
TEST FOR CRESCENT SEVEN
Hockey Champions to Face the
St. Nicholas Team To-night.
The Creswnt Athletic Club and the St.
Nicholas ykatlng Club teams will play their
first game in the Amateur Hockey League
championship tournament at the St. Nicho?
las Rink this evening. Much depends upon
the outcome of this game, as th?* Santa
("laus team, made up of form-r Vale and
Harvard stars, is formidable enough to
make a d.-termined l.id for the title.
In the gam- win, MeOtfl the defeat of the
Crescents was unjuetiflabla fot they played
better hockey than their ?anadian rivals
anil lu'-k was more of a factor in the 1st
ter's favor thnn superar playing? The
Cregegtitt ate anxious to ,go through the
championship tournament without a single
defeat, as they did last year, and will put a
?trong team on th<* Ice.
The Vi?orlas. ?jf Montreal. ?IM face the
team of the (few York Athletic Club in an
International match to-morrow night Rus?
sell Rowie, th? great ?"?anadian amateur,
will ??apfaiti the -, ?siting team.
\\J*r _\ ?1 _g_(*****i?n*thL\ "4. \^Wi Ka **t***mme*f **ag?a***c\. an**han*r ^uankg**7 4*a\m ?J^?lUMg--^!-^T/^Tafc?. E ??t.^^V^
KLING MAY BE MANAGER
Talked of Again as Leader for
the Former Boston Doves.
Boston, Jan. 3?At S meeting of the Bos?
ton Basebull Club, of the National League,
her?1 to-day, C. James Connolly was elect**-?!
vice-president Connolly la on? of the old?
est stockholders and has be'n a dir? ?tor
Of the ? lub for many years.
A manager for the team will be named
before Friday of this week, It was stated.
That the man to take the place of Fred
Tenney will be Johnny Kling, the catcher. Is
HM belief of local baseball follow-rs.
During the comlnK week the papers
whereby James E. ?'?affney will become the
legal owner of the team will be parsed.
Or. Miller, the rlglitflelder. whose batting
last season proved one of the sensations of
the National I?eague, signed his contract
for next seas?.n with the team to-day,
REILLEY OUTPOINTS HERMAN.
"Young " Keliley, the clever bantam?
weight boxer of the West Side, had all the
better of "Kid" Herman, at Harlem, in a
fast ten-round bout at the Long Aere Ath?
letic Club last night There was little tOthe
contest after the third round, and Reliky
?li?l about as he pleased with his man.
Reilley was as cool as a cucumber, and
standing back with his guard well before
him, h" M Herman try his hooks and Jabs
When Herman drew bis punch back, the
West Fide la.l beat him to it an?i had him
missing like an amateur. It was the boxer
neain--t a flehtet, from start to llnish.
AD W0LGA8T GETTING BETTER.
I?4jS g ?gelos Jan "t.? Ad "Wolgast, the
lightweight champion pugilist, *lio was
stricken ar|th pneumonia several days
.ico. was reported to be so much improved
to-day that he expected to be ?"it of bed by
UM ?*nd ?>f 'he week.
GARDEN AUTO SHOW PLANS
Record Attendance Expected
and Social Affairs Arranged.
All records for .?ttendance are ?**p-*?*t?sd
to be broken for the twelfth National
Automobile Show In Madison Bquare Oar
den, January 6 to 20, Judging from the en
Ihtladopn.. which has been running et high
tida* for several months. 8p?clal trains aran
to arrive Saturday with enthusiast? from
Detroit. ?Thlcago, Cleveland. Boston, Phll
adelphla and oth?-r cities. The show man?
agers have provided for the crowds *r>d
have so arranged tho exhibits that there
will be plenty of eHaow room.
Tho two wseks of th?*. Garden show will
b??. a busy jyerlod for the motor cgr lovers
and those actively connected with th<* In?
dustry. Many firms and organizations
have planned dinners, meeting* und o?*?<Hal
affairs. Apart from the entertainment
feature* there will bo a lot of doings of a
I serious sort on the port of various orgenl
DARTMOUTH VETOES INDIANS.
(By T?l?*raph to The. Tribun* J
Hanover. X. ?. Jan. 3 ? Official an?
nouncement was made this evening that
Dartmouth will not arrange -t football
gam? with the Carlisle IndUu? for nex*
season. The management Is not ?nxlou**
to Increase the bunion of the regula/
i schedule, and tor this reason ma?le Ota
I above decision.
No further information ?ould be ob?
tained concerning tho ochodul??. The ru-,
mor that Cornell Is to b? taken on wtj,
neither affirmed nor denied
?a)a- . ? i - ?
SUIMDAY'8 NEW-YORK TRI8? jas*
Mailed anywhere in the United ??tete*
for $2.50 a yoor.
A tried and proven chassis
of remarkable workmanship.
Bodies by Brewster and
Quinby, the latest and most
luxurious examples of the art.
Leading Foreign Cars
JAN. 2 to 10
Afternoon and Evening
HIGH-POWERED racing cars;
touring models; limousines and lan
daulets fitted luxuriously ; town cars
?the very latest styles as set for the
world by foreign creators?all these
may be seen at the Salon.
De Dion Bouton
! -l?flish Daimler
S. P. A.
SPECIAL BODY EXHIBITORS
Dfmue? & Co
QuinSy ?Ir Co
The Holbreok Co.
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