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STRIKING SCENE IN FIRST INNING OF GAME IN BOSTON, YESTERDAY THAT ENDED IN A TIE.
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Photograph shows four Boston players rushing around the bases on a hunt hy Lewis to Herzog. who shot hall to plate in time to force Hooper. This good play only postponed the scoring of three runs hy the Red Sox in firsfinning.
ISome of the Angles Not Shown
jn the Official Score.
JBOSTON BADLY CROWDED
[Devore May Be Out of Remain
ing Oames, Owing to In
jury in Practice.
[By Telegraph to The Trlbune. 1
Boston, Oct. 9- It ls practically impos
,a!hle to secure hotel accommodaUons ln
(thls city to-niK'it. The army of New
i*fork "fans" who are staylng over to see
the tle game played off to-morrow have
^napped up every room ln the clty.
those who have not l*een fortunatc
[enough to secure quarters are offerlng
tremluma for any sort of sleeplng quar
iters, but without avail. As soon afl Silk
O Iaoughlln, umplre-tn-chlef thia aftcr
(noon, called the game and announced
that it would be played off here to-mor?
row, tho New York "rooters" swarmed
? down on all avallable telephoneB and
booked thelr quarters over the wlre.
'Those who waited are facing the plcas
ant proapect of wanderlng around the
strretB after the theatres and cafes close
up tot the nlght.
ih 1'tvore s right arm. whlch waa hlt
uttlnK practice on the Polo
Uruund* yeaterday afternoon, ls ao badly
awollen that the HtUe fellow may be out
of the game during the remainder of the
aerles. Devore tried to warm up here to
day, but the arm waa so weak that Mc?
Graw Bent Becker to centre field and
moved Snodgrass to left.
The clty has gone baseball mad, and the
! more rabld "fans" are now shoutlng that
. lf the Giants were unable to win wlth
j Matty ln the box they wlll not be able to
, (own the Red Sox at all, or, lf victory ls
j theirs, it will not be by a margln of more
' than one game.
The "Royal Rooters" werre out In force
again to-day. Headed by thelr bras*
band, tbey marcned around the park and
?Qtered the field through a gate in front
?f the centre fleld bleachers. A blare o?
inartial music heralded thelr approach,
but once on the eoene of action they fell
fcack on the old rellable "Tessie" and
Tammany." There ls not a man ln the
tanks but belleve* that these songs con
?titute a fetich whlch will see thelr favor
ttes through to vlctory ln the end.
The Boaton Klks wer- iso on hand
?ith a full brass band. They drove down
to the park ln "rubberneck autoa" and
?ceupled seare ln the grandstand, where
they kept the "fans** amused by thi
tunea X'nfortunately both hands InslBted
>?n piaying at the aame tlme Tbe band
of the Blks had a varied ropertolre, whlle
the Rootera stuck to thelr two favoritcn.
at times the dlscord was almost sooth
Itg to the nerves.
In mllltary array, fours front, the
RooterB marched to the centre fleld aeata
Which liad been set aalde for them. and
fhroughout the game they cauaed a rlot
Of noise. Many "tantf leaped out of tho
regular bleachers tnd tried to force an
?mtrance Into the sanctuary of the
Origlnal '"buge." but a cordon of mounted
follce herded them all back whence they
came, One woman was lrmiHtent ln her
demands to sit ln the mtdst of tbe loyal
?nea, but a hueky cop llfted her bodily
?rer the fence. and made her go back.
The sun carne out In the second half of
the fifth inning and ahone down flercely
Into rlght tlcld. Murray and Snodgrasa
at once changed places, for the former
cannot cover the aunfield.
Soma enterprlBlng vendera were on
band wlth pennants bearlng the lejrend
ln white block letetra: "Red Sox. World's
Champions, 1912." The enthualaatlc
"fans" anapped them up, and the enter
Jrlslng youths reape-d a harvest.
The wreck of a frelj-ht train held up
?he trafflc on th** New Haven Railroad
laat night, and the midnight speclals ar?
rived in thia clty from one to two hours
Chief Meyers settled all doubts aa to
fcrhlch trtbe of Indlana he belongs. "I am
a. '-'ahullla lndlan, a branch of the MIs
tlon nation," he aa.16. "The name ia pro
nounoed Kaw Wee Yah." The chief sald
Joklngly that he dld not object to belng
called an Apache, a Bloux or a Comanehe.
when reference to hls mlghty bat la
made, for It all goea to uphold the honor
of the lndlan race. One fan sald that he
knew now where Hughle Jennlnga got
Ma famous "E?-Yah" yell.
Cy Rlgler la nuralng a badly awollen
knee aa a result of a colllalon wlUi Fred
Merkle. when the teama wore leaving the
l.-lo Grounds after the game yeaterday.
<y could not run without pain, but he
umptred ln a Miperiot manner to-day.
The woman who attended the game
fav-red red hats, trimmed wlth red rlb
frous. The mon adorned themaelvaa wlth
red nocktlaa, red aocks, and alao wore a
ha<Ige of the Red Sox, whlch could be
purchaeed ln all the stores and from
The hospltallty extended the membera
of the press. vlsittng and local. could not
be surpasaed. The ofllclal pres- button waa
the "open sesame" to everythlnR from a
prlvate room, where refreahments were
Berved, typewrltcrs and copy paper to be
had, to automoblles, whlch carried the
writera to thelr hotels or offlces.
Those who relish such llttle things had
a rare chance to laugh when a foul off
Becker's bat dropped Into one of the
boxes and broke a perfectly good. new
dcrby hat. whlch was perched serencly
on the wearer*s head.
Helnie Wagner's unlform was cut ln
both legs through hls haMt of kneeling
over the bap In blocking off runners. ln
the eeventh Innlng, when Herzog slld In
eafely, Wagner bompod the Glant runner
and nearly knocked hlrn out.
Billy Klem sald thls mornlng that Joe
Wood dld not have half the smoke on the
ball yesterday that t'hlef Bender of the
Athletics showed In the serlea wltlt the
Giants last year.
Trls Speaker lost half a dozen balls dur?
ing the hattln-f practl-e, and he played
no favorltea ln thls dlrectlon. The flrst
ball hlt the bleachers ln centre fleld. thn
next went into the left fleld stands, whlle
the thlrd waa burled ln deep rlght.
When the Giants went up for batting
practice MoGraw sent Wlltse In to curve
them over. He knew that Colllns was
slated to pltch, and wanted to accustom
the men to a port side delivery.
MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE
So Think the "Fans"?Plans
for Next Game in This City.
"It mlght have been worse." was the
general expresslon among the throngs
ln thls clty, whlch surrounded the bulle?
tin boards and tlckers after the world's
series game in Boston yesterday hnd
ended in a tie at 6 to 8. Iaoyal sup
porters of the New York team were nat
urally dlsappointed at the failure to win
the second battle, but found a cause for
gratlflcatlon ln the game fight of tho
Giants after a bad start.
The questlon of the next game, whlch
came at once to the front, waa epeedlly
aettled by the reference to the rules for
tho aerles. and the. "fans" rcallzed that
they would have to wait until Krlday ln
any case before eeelng the teams tn
action again at the I'olo Grounds.
The New York club announced last
nlght that the tickets Issued for the next
game of the aerles here, schaduled for
to day, would bo good for UBe to-morrow
if the teama brought their flrat argument
iri Boston to a deflnlte reault thlB after?
Only about 4.000 auch Uckets have heen
put out, the bulk of the Beats havlng
been held for aale on the days the
games are played here. Fully 30,000 Beats
wlll be placed on sale at the I'olo Grounds
to-morrow mornlng. so that there wlll be
room for all. The arrangements wlll be
eesentlally the eame aa for the opening
game. Of the total, some 12,000 are lower
grandstand seats and the rest admls
McGraw Now Better Irrtrenched
So Far as Pitchers Go.
A CHANCE FOR MARQUARD
Giants Break Down One Strong
hold of Eed Sox in Driving
Oollins to Cover.
It was not my prlvllege to be ln Boston
yesterday. to see the Giants and the Red
Sox flght thelr way through eleven In?
nlngs tn a tle score of 8 to 6 ln the *e< ond
jcame for the world'a ehamplonship. By
followlng the game. however. play by
play, n* It came over the wlres to thls
clty and bv readlnit carefully each de?
tail only one concluMon can he reached
the' Giants funiMe.l away th**lr chances.
Thlt ls the more dlsappolntln* ln that
taoat members of the team drcrv- Ray
Colllna. the Bost.-n southpaw. tn cover and
bv hard hlttlng and sheer agaresalven-as
overrame a three-run handlcap whlch
Fletcher gracluiisly provlded ln the flrst
Such a fllm*-y defence wa. faf frnn-en
rouragli.g. but foHowere of the New Yortc
team have reason to be thankful even for
the tle score. as a vl<*tory for Boston.
whlch seemed likely up 10 the eighth In?
nlng. would have glven Jake Stahl a
Htrong Htrateglc posltlon and one. from
whlch it would have been mlghty bar-i
for tho Giants to dlslodge hlm. It wo-.ild
have MMI that he could have used Buck
0 llrlen In th.- thlrd game. whlch would
have bOS. played on the l-olo Ground.
to-.lay gtti tt aaved Joe Wood for the
fourth Kame, orlglnally scheduled for Bos?
ton to-morrow. Now. however. the irian
pttOt of th. Red Box ls no better off than
McGraw and ln faet doe. not ?PP?ar to
be mttO so atrongly lntrenchcd so far aa
the pitchers go. wlth Colllna no long. r a
aerlous world's series factor.
ln all probablllty O'Brien wlll pltch off
the tle game In Boaton thia afternoon. ao
that Wood can get another full daya rest.
A Boaton critic. ln whose judgment 1 have
every contldence. tells me that O Brlen
has been going as well as. If *****
than, any of th.- otfcof Boaton pltcb.ro
wlthln the last ten days. but even at h a
beat 1 do not con.lde. hlm the equal 0<
?Hube" Marquard. who li.dlcatad ln the
laat game he pltched that ho wa. qulte a?
effect.ve on- e WN as ln the car y part
of the season when rceling off nlneteen
McGraw is almost sure to .all 00 Mar?
quard to-day. and lf vlctory rewards tl.e
effort. of the Henaatlonal left **-*_"
.truggle wlll begln all over again when
he Veama claah on the Polo Grounds to
morrow. wlth Jeff Tesreau oi.ee more
matched iMialnat Joe Wood. and. ln my
I? aatrlnt the delivery of BAt ColIlM
tttbtiBtj IM Oto-rts bMMt ?-*-**?*?
Official Score of Second
Game for World's Title
nrnye romt o^<??^?_*__?_* t, r,
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Snodarraaa, ef. and rf . 4 1 ? , - , 8 0
"orle. *b. ? ? J ? ? o I 0 ?> I ?
Berker. lf. ? J ' , 0* ? o 0 0 I S 0
Morray, rf end ef. 5 , e 1 0 0 <? ? ' ,9 ? '
Merkle. lb. ? 0 , , g | I 4 0
Heraea. 3b. _?_?oan'??0??,0
Meyera. c. * ? " . 0 ? n n 4) 0 S 0
?Shafer. ae. ".eOOOOOOOlSS
WUaon. c. ? J J j( * 0 o 0 1 1 ? 0
Mathewaon. P. ?.oonOlOOOO?0
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BOSTON RED SOX (AMERICAN LEAGUE).
, B. B. H. * ?. ?B. *? BH. BB. B.B. BO. BO. J. B;
Hooper. rt. * tAtBABBOBAt
Yrrkea. Sb. i _ 0 1 ?n'?00'^??
Speaker. rf. ? - 0 ?
Stahl. lb. I ? ' " I . ft
?-.-?-.? ? ? j i j :
Hall. p. I ?
Bedlent. p. 1 ?
0 0 0 0
Tetale. 44 S 10 * B ? ?
i __? ii ...b,4 for Flctrher In the tenth innln?
?Ran for Meyera In the tenth Innlng. tBatlrd for ri"
Oame called on aeeonnt of darkaeaa
? >on*. I e o o i o e l a i o-a
?"?. _ i-. ?a timn at bat ln T 1-3 ianlaga: og HalL t
Hll?Off relltoa. 0 bite aad S run- te mWOABSA bmmj -J ?- ?,_ ,?
. and S nra. In ? tlme. at bat ln . **???"???; ^ fll-^Heraog. McCorn_-*U.
, tlm. at bat in I Inn.n,. Haertbce MMMM?W
Double pla-jr-rWrher kMW MjfjJ J^^2L3-J?S 1: B-ton. 3. Hit
on baJle-Off Hall. 4; ?? ?**?"*?? * ?'"**"??% tMUta. 5, by Mathewaon. 4: by
ZZmTtTmrntt - ? "~' * ?-?
Klem: right Beld, Kyaaa.
Tie Game Costs Stahl
a Strategic Position
stronchold of the Red Sox, and In a
m.-aure put Stahl and hla men on the
defenslve. Thia, of course, ls only an
opinion. and framed without eeeing the
two trama lnjcctton yeaterday afternoon.
From a dlatance It auikea me that
Matty waa a btt unsteady and hurdly ao
effer-tlve aa oould have been wlshed. Stlll,
hls support was bo ragged at rrttlcal
times that most of the blame could be
ahlfted from hla r-houldera. The Red Hox
hlt hlm wlth a good deal of frcedoin,
whlrh Bhowed that they hud no ftar or
dread of a pltcher who has been king of
them all. Thls wlll give tham more con
ildenco when th.-y face hlm agatn. but,
knowlng Matty as I do. tt doea not accm
to be out of place to augge.t thut thls
confldence may be misplaced.
Hlg ttlx never wavered yesterday when
thlng. looked darke.t and showed hla
wonderful heart and cool n.-rve when.
wlth Iio.ton runnei. on second and thlrd
In the excltlng eighth Innlng, h<- calmly
struck out llelnle Wagner. captain of the
Ite-i Sox. It was what J<-e Wo- d dld ln
that .oul-trylng nlnth Inning at the Polo
Grounda on Tueaday and for whlch he
was ao JUBtly extolled.
The aerles 1. .tlil young. ar.d my confl
! dence In tho ultimate succea. of the Gl
' anta Is unshaken. ln aplte of yeaterday'.
| doleful eihlbltlon defenslvely. The Red
Box well deserved tbe tle game?I mlght
almost .ay they de?erv*_ to win. lf for
no other reason than becauee they took
?uch qulck advantage of th-tr opnortunl
tles and turned them to auch good ae?
ATHLETICS AGAIN VICTORS
Houok Shuts Out the Phillies,
Allowing Three Hits.
Phlladelphla. Oct. I.-The Phlladel
J phla club of the American laeagun
won its second game In a local lnter
), ng'o- s. rles here to-day. defeatlng tho
Phlladelphla club of the National Iaeague
by a score of 4 to 0.
Houck. the young Oregon twtrlcr.
pltched for tht- former world's champions
aud only three hlta were made off hls de?
livery. Ohalmera pltched a stendy K?m*
for the Phillies, but received poor sup?
Browns Lose First Game of
Series Through Slow Fielding.
St. Laoula, Oct. 9 -The National Iaeague
club team won the opening game of the
interleague clty ehamplonship Berles wlth
the American League club to-day by a
acore ot 7 to 6 after ten hard fought In?
In the flnal Innlng alow fleldlng by the
Hrown. p. rmltted th? Cardlnal. to nil the
bnaes. Two were out when the winning
run crossed the plate.
The acore by lnninga follows:
Natlonal.. 1 02000080 1?7 7 I
Ainertcana o 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 0-? 11 1
Batt--i I*-*- Harmon, Geyer and Bresna
han, Wlngo; Harnllton, Anson and Alex?
ander, Stcphcna. l.'mplres?Klnneran and
0OLUMBIA 8ENI0RS VICTORS.
Colurnbla eenlors defeated the freshrnen
at bosoball yeaterday ln the Interclass
aerles for the Eddle Colllns medal. on
South Fleld by a acore of 9 to 8. The
freahmen got off to a promlslng lead at
the atart. liitting Moore freely
They led by two runs ln the fourth Inn?
lng, but the senlors lan.led on Shea and
scori-d four talllcs, whlle all the flrst year
men could it waa to .core a alnglo run.
Darknea. made It nece.sary to (all the
game at the end of tht- fifth Innlng.
The .cor. by Innlngs followa.
R. II. K.
Senlors .1 I t f ?-f I *
Freshrnen .* 8 0 .1 1-8 8 11
Batterlen-Moore, Oretsch and Mi>loy;
Oberren.l.-r. Shea and Oraukleln. l-mplre
Important! Tho eominfl election.
You will want to vote. To vote you
muat regiater. Your firat chance ia to
morrow. There will be three more
daya, but do it to-morrow. Any tlme
batwaan 7 a. m. and 10 p. m.
WI8DOM OF A GREAT PAINTER.
We always UUe to know what a great
axtmhaa said about his work, and how hfl
feel" about other things that are of In?
terest to every one. Kortunat.-ly. Uatt>
...Her eft a record of many of hia feol
'ngilnd opinion*.. publlshed a. hls Von
vlSatlona.'' Of #11 the palntera, Rcra
%A%r_B w-e ?he following:
-Tet well enough alone' ls the motto
?f- The'rain who leavea good work behlnd
adds to the Inhexttance of the human
r*'The maater ls an artlst whoee worke
never recall those of some other *?****>
-I would have drawlng made the basls
of ed-catlon ln all schools. It tfl the unl
VC'^ aTthM1 would palnt lf hc knew he
was never to show hls work. lf he felt
no human eye would ever rest upon lt.
"I never sign a picture until my whole
aoul ia Batlstled wlth mv work."
- -To wlll ls to do' has been my motto.
I have alwaya wllled. Oh! how I regret
the lost tlme tbat can never be made up.
A. i Jret* ***?*? I work harder than
' avar."-flt. Nlcholaa.
Ursinus Starts Well, but Is
Swamped at the End.
MERCER THE STAR OF TEAM
Makes Four Touchdowna, Whlle
Jourdet Works FGrward
Pass to Effect.
f Bv Telegraph to The Trlbune.]
Philadelphia, Oct. 9.?Although the
Pennaylvanla football eleven won by a
scoro o_ 34 to 0. the Uralnua team gave
th?* tjii'ikcra h bad acare ln tbe flrat perlod
Ot thla afternoon's game. On two oc
?vo-loiis the vialtorH made three flrat downa
In Buccesslun through Une plunglng and
end rumiing. On one occaalon they car?
rled tho ball forty yarda and agaln for
thlrty yards. Their advance the aecond
tlme waa atoppcd by a bad paaa, whlcli
l".st them twenty yards.
It was not untll the aecond perlod that
ih- I'?'U-wylvnnla team got together, and
then VrmwBt was powerless to rheck the
runh.8 of the Red and Hlue backa. Three
tlmee Pennsylvanla acored ln thls perlod
and twlr-e more In the next In the last
perlod the Quakers sent In new players
after nearly every Ilne-up and no further
Taptaln Mereer and Jourdet were the
????ara of tho I*->>nr*_*yl vanla team, Mereer
ii. ik ng four touahdowns and Jourdet one.
Jourdet handled the forward psas excep
tlonally well. maklng hls touchdown wlth
lt and getting lt successfuUy from Mlndt
four out Of flve times. He made thu
Inltlal seero on a flfteen-yard run after
getting a twenty-yard posa
Pennaylvanla made the second score on
an even dozen plays from the 40-yard
line. Mereer made hls longeat run of the
_dav on the flrst llne-up after the next
klck-off. On a tackle play he sprtnted
slxty-flve yards for tbe touchdown.
In the thlrd perlod the Quakers rushed
fhe ball from their 25-yard Ilne to wlth?
ln n foot of the Uralnua goal line, where
It was loat on downa. The ball wae car?
rled over the Une on elght ruahea from
midflcld. Mereer scorlng. For the flnal
touchdown Slmpeons Intercepted a forward
pass on Ursinuss 20-ys.rd Une and Mereer
talll.-d wlth a single rush.
The Ilne-up follows :
re-inaylvanU (.4). Poattlon. UIS-BUJ 4?).
Touna .L- ?*-. Saaman
Jour-.mv .L> * .__ _X_3
afa oNa_g_ton .V. C,. *^lnri
Mrr.iii .C. ?ttftfi
OraeaM .B. o. NUn ch
Dillon .n T . Olngrlch
let .B K. Hallinan
Marahatl .Q- I?. K,bS?<'m
Hetlmaa .?'- " ?.Mitterllng
Marrsar .F, * . Nor**
Towrhdo-a-na- Mereer tt). Jourdet. Ooal?i from
touufidownii Mui'ia (4) n^feree^Trn-W'-ll. _r
Swathmore Umpire-J-orstn, of Prlneaton
I.lnBKin-in Howoll. of l-rlneetoo. Tlm. of
p.rlo'la- -Elght minuiea each. SuJ-atltutea
iharp for Yountt. NVharton for Rharp. Koona
for Wtartoa. ''rnne fr>r Joumeay. Jorrey J JT
Crane. B-BMOB for Torrey. Grlfflth for WIICJ.
Pedan for Jourdet. S-hoflel-J for Paden. < haiyl
l.-r for Marahall. Stmpaon for Mlnda Crete for
htmam, KSS for Hellma*-, Cralg for Mereer.
DORSH MEP1UMW1NS PRIZE
Captures Walnut Hall Cup at
r_exinRton. Ky.. Oct. 9.?Tho card at the
fnll meeting of the Kentucky Trotting
Horae Breedc-ra' Association here to-day
was unusually good. havlng aa features
the Walnut Hall cup tuid the Kentucky
Futurlty for two-ycar-old trotters.
Vhe former waa botly conteated, and
the llnlHhes of the four heuts were espe
ciallv close. Dorah Medlum. a black mare
by Red Medlum, won the much coveted
prftM He was drlven by tha veteran
drlv-r Kd ("Pop") Oeere. and waa the
fourth horse that Qcers has drlven to
victory in this stake.
Lord Allen. by Tregantle-Mlss Fannie
Bum.nera, owned by J. Howard Kord and
rlrlveii bv McDonald, landed the two
yoar-old division of the Kentucky Futur?
lty ln two etralght heata. Lord Allen ta
H full brother to Air Dale, whlch colt two
weeks ago surprlsed the trotting world by
tmtem a u.ilo Iii Idf* and settlng a new
world's yearllng record. Sweet Allce waa
th.* ' hl.f contender in the race.
Tho _0C claas trot brought out four
.ta.t*M-* and wss an easy victory for
Hra--e Oirdle. Anvil won the flrst heat.
but made a bad break ln the aecond.
The laat race on the card waa for .08
class pacera. and fell to the lot of Flower
Dlrect W Htralght heats. She showed
much superior form to her fleld
SNAIL CRAWLS OVER RAZOR.
n_ran oaaa over such aharp
That "Dfi'i. a raSS's edge wlthout the
Instruments aa a '?***?? d^onstrated by
?"-l'^nch JcTenuA m the courae of hla
a. _&,\t these creatures, which are so
"tUHy_onlnoed for travel that they can
.w**V.i? in- lt I. Vovldo.l wltb ni.-n?
_ Sffat s&a&ttti
_nd benda it down over the other alde
Then lt drawa ltself over gradually and
wlthout esertlng any preasura upon tha
edre of th. blade. It could not however
i-rawl along the aharp edge of a raxor or
Prizes for Columbia Athletes
for Track Efflciency.
Walter R. Mnhr, "13, of New York Clty,
was elected* manager of the Columbia
'varalty crew for the comlng season at a
meetlng of the rowlng club yeaterday.
J. H. Purdy, also of New York, waa
elected aaslstant manager, and George S.
Downlng, of Albany, stroke of the 'var?
alty crew* for tbe last two aeaaona, cap?
In order to lncrease lntereat ln track
athletics at Columbia, William H. Brady,
of the New York Athletlc Club, haa
offered to give a priie or a series of prizes
to be awarded for all around efllciency on
the cinder path. The annual Interclaaa
champlonehlp wlll be held on October 23
and the Fophomore-freshmen games wlll
be held on October 30.
The 'cross-country team Ib to have a
dual mtet wlth Princeton before the
lntorcolleglate run at Ithaca on Novem?
ber 23. Twenty-one candidates have re?
ported to Bornlo Wefers. and when the
Intcrclaes baseball season Ib over H ls ex?
pected that tho squad wlll be Increaeed to
On Novomber 2 ("olumbla, New York
Vnlverslty, Fordham, Pratt Institute and
the College of the Clty of New York wlll
hold the annual metropolitan colieglate
'cross-country ehamplonship run on
Rlverside Drlve. The start and flnish wlll
be on Bouth Fleld.
MORE DRILLJOR^ CORNELL
Squad Shows Marked Improve
ment in flcrimmage.
fBy Tel^raph to The Trlbune.)
Ithaca. N. Y., Oct. ?.?The Cornell foot?
ball team waa put through another hard
drlll thls afternoon ln preparatlon for the
New York University game, after whlch
Dr. Hharpe wlll be able to tell wheth?
er or not hla new method haa been more
effectlve. For the flrst tlme thls year
the tackllng dumrny was put Into sertous
use, and the llnemen were glven personal
Instruction In tackllng.
Dr. Sharne called hls two flrst teams on
the grldiron later ln the afternoon, and ln
a brlef scrlmmage both showed marked
lmprovement Eyrich took care of his
usual place at left end.
The coaehes are worklng over Taber,
for lt wlll be necessary for Butier- un
derstudlcs to general the next game or
two, whlle he ls on the alck llst
READ OUTPOINTS HAYES.
Sydney, Auatralla, Oct 9.?Orover
Hayea, the Ilghtwelght boxer of Coluro
bU8, Ohlo, waa defeated on polnts to-day
by Jack Read, a local lightwelght, ln a
twenty-round contest The match was
fought at the Stadlum.
How Athletics Won
Title a Year Ago
One year ago the rhlladelphla Ath
letlca defeated the New York Giar^s
four games to two for the world's
ehamplonship, somo of the detalls of
which are interestlng at thls tlme and
Flrat r.a ine.
At New York. October 14? R.H.E.
ttmm York .0 00 1 0010X?2 *> ?
Phhadehlhla .0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0-182
Hmtterlee- New York. Math.wton .nd
Mevers; Phlladelphla, Bender and Thornas.
"np'lrea-Klem. Dlneen. Connolly and
At PM-OflaH**--. October 1?? _**
At N?w York. October 17- _*_*
Hatterles - Phlladelphla. C"*"ib__a. ?1.
iJppV New York. Math.waon aad tt.y.r
At Phlladelphla. October 24? R HE.
rhlladelphla .? 0 n 3 1 0 0 0 x-4 11 1
Sew York.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0?Z 7 3
uattftrten -Phlladelphla. Bend.l* and
Th^aa? Naw York. Mathewaoa, WtBtO
At HO- York. October ? - R.H.E.
New York.000 000102 1?4 I 3
Phlladelphla ...0 0*0000000-8 T 1
Matterlt. -New York. Marquard. Amea.
Crandall and Meyera; rhlladelphla. Coorat*.
Pl.nk and laapp.
At Phlladelphla, October 20? R.H.E.
Phil-_elphla ... .0 0 1 4 0 1 7 0 x-18 18 *>
New York.10000000 1-2 4 3
Batterlea?Phlladelphla. B e n d ? r anj
Thomaa; New York. Ame. .nd Mey.rs, and
-A'lltM, Marquard and Wilson.
rtnal Maiidlnn of 8er1e_
Won. Lo*-. P.C.
Phlladelphla . 4 ?trt
New York . 2 * ~-I
Be.elpts of Hls Game..
Paid attendance . 179 Ml
OroM recelpts .834..3-V. 30
Pla>er?' *0 per cent of ?0 p?r
cent of flist four gamea. 127,910 *U
riuba' ahar. . '5? HII ?
N.tlon.l Commlaaton . 34,2?8 23
Hlvl.lun for Playera.
Athletlc ?0 per cent.$7(*,74?9?
Each pl.rtr . 8.?r.r. <1B
Glanta. 40 per cent. fil.l-l fi4
Kach pi.y?r . -'.430 50
All record. for roccipt. and att4ad.ni.'.
?er? broken. Th. prevlou. rocord. arere:
i!?6ft-Plttaburah va. Detroit, aeven aama.;
altendaoce, 14&.208; i-aclpU. ?188.30.30.
II KEPT 1
Metropolitan Golf Association!
Qives Only Yearly List. 1
PLAYERS' GAME CHANGES
Likely to Improve and Then ttu_i
Official Handicap Be*
Once the llst of .retropolltan Golf
ointlon rattng* ls announced for the
son lt la evldent that the majorlty of
handicap commlttees of clube become;
lmbued wlth the idea that that is?at||
there la lo lt for another year. Ltttlt1
conslderatlon eeems to be glven to th*
faet that a player mlght materially lm? '?
prove ln the course of the summw, and,
that for the Metropolitan llst to be, cor*-!
reot at all times lt ls neceaaary to keep.
ln actlve touch with the members of that,
cotruntttee ln charae of that work.
There are aeveral Inetances of marked
lmprovement thls summer that have not
been reported to the Metropolitan Oolf
Association. acoordlng to one of the
handicappers. One of these ia J. N,
Btearru), 3d, of Naaaau, who was the wln?
ner of the chief cup at Fox Hllls and*
DuQwoodle, and ia at preaent jriven aa
allowance of 9. H. J. Topping, of Green-*!
wlch, who ls rated at 7, forced Oewaldj
KlrVrby, of Englewood, a ecratch man. tof
the aeventeenth green at Nassau laat'
week. Andrew Shtland, Jr, and E. U
Scofteld, Jr, each la allowed elght stroke*:
and lt Is cor.sldered too much.
The club ehamplonship of the Knoll?1
wood Country Club is on the card tor\
next llaturday, at whlch tlme the quallfy-1
Ing round of eighteen holes wlll be rufl*
off. Match play wlll lmmediately follow. j
George Low, the professlonal of th**
Baltuarol Oolf Club, has offered two noYeJyj
piiaea for the one day tournament of tho;
Women's Metropolitan Oolf Aasoclatlon;
to be held over that courae next Monday.
Low has offered a prise for the competl-j
tor making the greatest number ofl
"blrdlea" or holes ln a stroke under par.,
The other prlae offered by way of novelty
ls unknown, the condltlons being sealed
previous to the tournament and opened
after all the carda are returned. A player,
wlll be permltted to win one of the reg_*?
lar prizes and one of tbe spedala.
In the course of her summer vlsit t*
the Whlte Mountalns Mrs. Lawrencoj
Swlft, of Englewood, played some of thoj
best golf of her career. During a round
at Waumbek Mrs. Swlft reduced tht!
record by no less than eleven strokea.i
making the clrcult ln 84.
ln the flnal round for the womaa'aj
ehamplonship of tho Oranford Oolf Clubj
Mrs. C. F. Fraser defeated Mlss EdiU*
HUHcr by the narrow margln of 1 up*j
Mra. Fraser lald her opponent a styrnla
on the home green.
Warren K. Wood, runner-up ln the na?
tlonal amateur ehamplonship tournameut
to Wllllam C. Fownes, jr., ln lt_0. aad
who was eUmlnated thls year by hls old
rtval, Charles Evans, Jr, recently went
around the llnks at Homewood In tha "_?>
markable flgures of 68, or two strokes bet?
ter than hls own record. He was out !?
33 and back ln 35.
Programmes are out for the twentyw
thlrd seml-annual medal play golf handl-j
cap of the Vnlverslty Club, to be heldj
over the llnks of the St. Andrews Oolf
Club on Wedneaday, October 11 Thera*
wlll be the usual thlrty-slx holes. wtth
gross and net prlies. Entrles cloae wlth
A. H. Loekett, No. 30 Pine street. oat
Tuesday, October 15.
TARS TO BOX FOR TITLE
Bouts Arranged for Viaiting
Sailors at the Garden.
The chancea are that a big percenta*,
of Uncle Sam'a tara wlll find thelr war
Inslde of Madlson Square Garden nex%
Monday nlght for the boxlng carntval*
when the beat men ln the navy wlll claah.
Three tltlea-heavywelght. mlddlewelghf
and ilghtweight-are at atake. and BtU*
Olbson. manager of tha Oardej. AthWrtl.
Club, has secured thrco champlonabi*
belts. These bouta wlll consUt of ten
Tha navy part of the programme la ag
Heavywelght (ten rounds)?Phll BchlOaa.
berg va. Tlm Logan.
Middlowelfht (ten rounds)-Tomm||
Teague va. Jlmmy Glavln.
Llghtwelght (ten round?)-Andy KiruJ
vs. Bllly Shevlin.
ln addition to theae there wlll be twf
.lx-round conteata between feathei
welghts. Jackt. Kane, of the Hancock?
wlll meet Joe Kucera, of the North Da*
kota, and Bobby Hubon. of the Sent
Hampshlre. wlll tackle Jackle Albrlght*
of the Hancock. There alao wlll be a
ten-round setto between Jlmmy Coffey. o|
thia clty. and "Young" Shugrue, of Jet*