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Baseball & Foi
Giants Stronger than Red Sox
in Niceties of Baseball.
?CHARLEY HERZOG THE STAR
"News and Views on Live Topics
of the Day, Both Amateur
Much could be written. even at thls late
date, anent the greatest baseball serloa
ever played. but I feel much llke a frlend
of mine, who. remarked Just after the
Giants had lost the tltle ln the tenth
Inning of that flnal nerve-racklng game
'ln Boston on Wedncsday: "Now, lefs
, ool off and forget lt." There are two or
three thlngs. however. wliich I omitted ln
jny comment while the serles waa run
ning whlch demand a word or two, or.
int least, about whlch I wlsh to say a
Muid or two. ln the first place, I want
10 lut myself on record in express'.ng tho
oplnlon that the better team did not wln
ih- world'a champlonahlp, looking at the
eerlea of eourae. from the broad point of
vlew and considering the little nicetlcs of
baseball. It ls not my purpose to detract
from Bostons victory. or to imply tbal
the Red Sox dld not deserve and did not
tai-D thelr booated tltle. They scored one
more run than the Giants ln that last
and all-important decldlng game. and .1
li forgotten ev. n that they did ao by
taking advantage of an error of commls
*lon. and what perhaps was an even
nxre-ater error of omisslon. ln that h.ctlc
Thls may sound paradoxical. but lt ls
my purpose to brlng out that I am east
Ing no slur on Boston's victory or mak?
ing any excusea for the Giants. W hen
the two teams fight through elght games.
one of which was an eleven Innlng tie,
and settle the struggle ln an extra Innlng
battle, the "breaks." as they are called
in baseball. are bound to bo magnit.ed.
ln mv oplnlon the Red Box protlted b>
,he 'breaks" Of the game, while the
Olanta suffered in the same pmportloii.
, t rren these are now thrown out of
,-onslderatlon in agaln asserUng that the
liianta showed a keener and more com
viebensive knowledge of the finer polnts
Of the game in a way that was pati nt to
all erltlci Who were not blindei by their
In battlng. In shlftlng tne attack, In
baae runnlng and in tbe flttCT aits of run
getting. th- Giants Sieelled the Red Sox
The flgures of the composite score em
phaslze thls without provlng tbe cai
eauee of the fact that many of the best
plavs whlch go to make up real lnslde
bas'iiball do not and can not appear ln the
box score. The Giants scored H runs to
- t their opponents In the elghl g
they made r, hiut, for a total of 101 basi o,
tO B hlt* for a total of ? bases; they had
a team battlng average of .270 to .223 for
r.i.ston. and they stole 12 basea to only
| fur the Red Sox. Why wera tbe Giants
beaten, then. it may be asked. lf thes?
Bmres sre so much In thelr favor and
if they plaied keener, sharper and rnor
Bnlsbed baseball, whlck does not appear
in the average*? The anRwer has been
glven on more than one occaslon-the
New York team owed Its d.-feat partly
to the "breaks" of the garne, but moro
tn the unevenness of fielding and the
? iness of the errors.
lt baglna to look as though i bad a i ?t
to say, instead of a few words, and post
mortems are drcary and unprofltabl. 1
waa wrong ln my predlctlon that the
liiant? would wln, but not so far wrong
?s some of theee critlcs who InaUted
ited sox fairly oatdaased the cbaro
v of the Natlonal LoagUe 1 polnted
cit ln thls column two weeks ago that
the Giants were stronger offenslvely. but
not so steady and reliable defensivr Iy, as
ths Red Hf'^- and ths serles proved it in
mOSl Btrfktng way. lf 1 had tO
?on over agaln 1 would sti ,
Ibe stronger team offenslvely. for ln the
long run ths ? s-''e team wlll
- ili fcomethlng on my mlnd.
Now York ' fans ' have reason I
proed of Ibe Giants and of thelr manager.
John J. MeOraw. They were beaten but
not dlsgraeed, shared almost equal honors
with their <vpoii? nts, and lOBt MHM . '
lhcir BreStlgl Wlth those who ai
po?,ed to i" falr. Tba players showed
theui??i\<.> i" be game Bgbtere They
(am.- frora behind whsa all assased lo-t,
and while two oi three faltered
frtghtfnl Btraln wtth tba ehamplon
.-..,, wlthin thelr grasp, thls should not
detraet from the credll due tbe team.
PsttST ? . I '' Blnes ilaied ln a faii.
clean and inanly wai. and the BUgS
ftoo Bsved frona the p>eity biok*
erlaga nith ihe umpires which have
maired so many gamea la the pa*t. The
umplrea who dM theli wjxrk bo weU,
largely responsltle fo* thla as they
gave little w no cauae for orltldsm m
^?e^iplalnt; but. BVSB I "i.Mucilrig thls, I)
was the attitude of tlu- playSTS and tl.e r
nood aptwisinanablp wtdeh countad so
largely la making the games a pleasnrs
ln mv oplnlon, Charlej Mem
? ' lea ami surel] stood out
s hls fellows on tlie N-w Fort tean
Ue led both nlnes la battlng. exeeptlngthe
pliich hitteis, with a pcrtentage of .400,
end ha played through the alghl games
vithout an error, BeMlag his position not
only with rare steadmess, but with spark
llag brlUlancy at times. His hlttlng, too,
i as timely and eoastatent and opened the
?way tn asveiral runs. Next to Hersaf
CBr as tn- Olanta go. i would naass Matty,
Murray, "Rub?" Marquard aud
il(l!.t ? .s who 'Ud most
for tie- ciuse My ;i<iiiiiiatkui for Aiatty
is anbounded Ha loal two gamea and
tted Om. alld let It Stlike.v i,,e !'? ?
ilose analysis ,,t thr- work ot Bll tha pltch*
ers. wlth the pOSSlble BSCOPtlOB Of Hugli
Redlenl, proved him the iiiasin Jt may
IM polnted r.ut one" more tbal In the
twentv-nlne innlngs he pltch-il only two
- were sarned by Boston, whlls tbe
QlantS earnnl elghl off the SPgOSlng pitch
tr*. and yi t could not glve Matty the
necewary support to help him out Btevi D
runs were BCSfei by the U* rl Sox in th. M
*ame three gamea. and ns only two wera
eatned the answer Is plain. As 1 said ln
mv timimanl Of Thursday. tlu- eryln**
Shame lies not ao much ln the Ca - t tlu.t
th. Olanta wera l?eaten, but that Matty
?m i.fter pltehlng sui h a wonder
ful game. Marquard more than Justined
]\ iiiedicti'.ii befora lha aerlea thal h<
would be a tower of atrength to th
Giants. Me was
Oftghe Retl Sox the players who most
otball & Golf
Impressed me were Harry Hooper. whose
batting and fielding were a power; BtOVS
Yerkes, whose defenslve work was atnaz
Icgly strong and whose battlng was of
ihe kind that counted; Tlugh Bedlent.
vhose cool nerve and effectlve pltchlng
for a yeuagater of little experlence were
little short of marvellous, and Captaln
Helnls Wugner. Hooper. above all other"*,
I the man the Boston "fans" have to
thank for saving the pennant, as he it
was who robbed Larry I>oyle of a home
run ln that laat game by a catch whlch
IdcOraW says was the most sensational
he has ever seen in hl.-- long S-pertSW B BB
A baeeball tlcket scandal was consplcu
ous by Its absence. That, at least, la
somethlng to be thankful for, wlth the
one of a year ago ln mlnd.
Those Interested in thoroughbred ra<ing
have reason to be optlmlstlc, and for two
reasotis. In the flrst place, the decislon
by Justlce Bcudder, of the Supreme Court,
a few days ago dispelled the mist which
has been hiingim* over the operatlon of
the so-called directors' liabllity law-a
law which has been a bugboar, for th?i
reason. aa Aupust Balmont has polnted
out. that those interested ln tho varlous
tracks dld not care to run the risk of ln
dlctment. If the case ls now carrled to
the Court of Appeals, more llght may be
thrown on tho laws dlrected pr'marlly
agalnat bookmaklng and gambUng, but
whlch overshot tho mark to a large ex?
tent and practJcaUy dealt raclng a death
The second reason llea ln the Interest
Bhown in tho three day meeting of tha
Plping Roek Raclng Association. which
came to an end on Baturday. The men
who work.-d so hard to 1-nd a sUraulUS
to the sport aml Bdvaaoe the cause of
raclng were rewarded. fortunatdy, by
the success of the meetlng. It ls hoped
that flnancial returns were enough to
encourage, even if not enough to offset
the money expsnded, for truly, an enter
, ing wedge has been made which, ln dun
time, wlll be rellected ln the revlval of
j an Industry whlch has Buffered a dam
Bglng blow?the Industry of horse breed
Ing, whlch means so much to any country.
P. i:. S.-The Giants played only ono
Saturday double header on the Folo
Oroundfl during the season Just ck
came on October tt, wlth the Boston
DICK MASONJVINS HONORS
Black Pacer Makes Fast Time
in Speedway Matinee.
ii t:. Clarke and his black pacct Dlck
Mason covsred thi "A'i'':1 tfletf
yesterday afternoon at thi sevnth matl
]*oad Drlverg at Bpeedway
I'ark. I'ick has been settim
all of tbe meetlngs of late, but I I
mlle ln one mlnute flat 1ms nevei 1- en
beaten on tbe Bpeedway In u race
Clover Patch has been a perslstenl and
conslstent nval. but the pace was a little
too fast for ber and BScond bonon wsnl
to J. Lawrence'a bay geiding Neison n.
J In the second beat Of hls race Dlck Ma
' son made a break and was defedted by
Neison H. In 1:01%. He came tark, ln
ust ii, nt, however, and won the mce
Two old Bpeedway favorltea made their
appearan**e in tbe only un?ci,efinied evenl
of the day. Thls was a ra, e between
James A Murphy's Mack pacing mare,
Ooast Marle, 1:11%, and Chr-stopher
Hackett's black pacer, Who Knows.
2:11".- Th? owners dl*OVe and the eontesl
was a close one, although the man- had
the better of it In each inat. Hr-i fastest
time was 1 :n'*7i. made in tbe second heat.
The largest crowd of the season wit
. ? ? . and they sta* ed rlght
:,. the flnish. aithouf-h tlu flnal rs
The Bununaries foOow:
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PLAY FOR THE TUXEDO CUP.
: h> TBlsgiapfc te Ths Mboae l
Tuxedo Park, N. Y.. Oct. '20.-Ths elub
champlonshlii tournameiit for the Tuxedo
r up was detlded on the Hnka to-day. re
sultlng ln a vletorv for XV. IX. Hetta, who
rh-fr-ated (W-orge (Jrant .Maaon ln the flnal.s
1 up, twenty-one holes.
The followlng quallfled in the r.penlng
round: Rodertek Terry, v.< W Wl; ?'. <;.
Mason, RS-Si--h'.l; N. W Tllton, 79- 87?1 ?;
u. m. Ltvtagati n . C. h ,Lsai
*i5?m?161*; ii. o. Havemeyar, B- N iti.
?nd W. J. Wadaworth, ? H IH.
In th<- pla -off, lirst round, Mason beat
Lsa, I up; H. Terry beat Llvlngston, 4 up
and 3 to play; Tllton bsal WTadsworth, S
up aad I io play, nnd Hrits baal Havo*
meyer, I uy and i to play< ieniWlnal
round, Mason Inat Llvlngston, I up and .'
lo piai. and Betts beal Tllton, I up and :;
in play. Flnal round, Betts baaj Maw n,
?^ up, twentj-one hob-s.
* Soccer & Ti
Real Test at Hand for Two of
the Leading Elevens.
BROWN TEAM WAKING UP
Yale Men rfave Little Reason to
Worry About Big Games
of the Future.
Now that football is no longer clouded
by the ahadow of the world's baseball
series Interest In thls great vlrile college
npnrt will apri-ad and grow. As a matter
of fai t, tbe Kames whlch will count large?
ly for the ao-culled championshlp are at
band, as Princeton and Dartmouth will
daah al Prlncetoa n?'xt Baturday, while
tbereaftar the Important batth-s will fol
lOW In qulek Bticcession. In truth, the
Tlgers have only four more games on
thelr srhedule, ns, foOowlng Dartmouth,
they will face Harvard, NeW York Uni?
versity nnd Yaleon aUOOeedlBg Saturdays.
Tht- ooachca have reaaon to he plaaasd wlth
tbe development of the Prlncetofl team up
to thls time, and whlle the Hne appaara tfl
he a lilt light. the forwards nrn showing
enough dash and vigor to offset tn a large
extent thelr lack of bulk. The real t?st.
however, will 00088 against Dartmouth. as
tho team from Hanover Is quite strong
enough and versatlle enough to he eon
Bldered ln the snme claas wlth Princeton,
Yale, Harvard. W nnsylvanla nnd Cornell.
Prlmeton heat Dartmouth a year ago on
a goal from the fleld Whlch WBJ nothinu
more nor leas than I freBB of football
A 0-to-n tie was the tTUC mi-asure betWOBB
the elevens at that tlme. and the Tigirs
are not BBtlclpatrng an easy tlme thls
season. The gama, no doubt, will point
tho way to wbit cnn ba t-xpected of the
Orange ami Black against Harvard and
Comparatlve football acorea nre mis
lendlng and lead, as a rule, to a mase of
rjoubt and unCl M.ilnty, hut th- Tlgl
look with complalsance on Princeton, 82
gyracuaa, 8, and fale, II i Byraeuae I
and only two vv.i-k*. aparl There i
dnsh and pow, i ln the Pritueton attack
on Baturday, from all a?*counta thal
Another mtereatlng game ne\! Batur?
day win flnd Harvard and Broarr
borna al CambrWge. The eleven from
Provldence does nol atand oul ouite bo
boldly aa I i been Ihe caae far two ar
three years The graduatloB of Bprack*
the auarterback nnd Bald |
tked with tbe beal Ib tbe hlatory
of football, coal tla team dearly, butUwr*
ia much good matertal bi the proceaa af
buildlng, and Ihe eleren looked really
formldahle ln aoundly beating Pennsyl?
vanla On Satunlnv lt was DO dlsgrace
for Brown to fall befora ?tYesleyan, ns
.T.-uK HlKli ls de\'el49plng 1 real football
tenm In Mlddlet >wn thla fall. as was
, loarly emphaal icd b] th.- way it played
ln defe.-itlriK NttO) York Cnlversit
vrore of 21 to " on Baturday Brown la
nol llkely to bumbla Harvard, bul the
CrlmeoB eleven ls rountlng on a thorough
tesf. ns It haa learned In the last tOO)
yeara tO have r\ hlprh respe, t for the men
Tt is hard t" underatand Pennaylvanla'a
r againat Brown, bul i
doubt ti a anawer lies ln r set ,.f fi
below the standard and a Hne that falta
to furnlsh the neceaBary protectlon for
ibe backs. Ifarahall, Mlnda HarrlagtoB
and Mercer aa good aa tbey are can do
Uttle Or nothing without n chaBcc lo ?M
Ir, watchlag Yale defeat tVeat Po i *
on Saturday i waa partlcularly Impreaaed
b) thi playing of Flynn, who more than
conllrmed all ita- good thlnga i bad been
hearlng r.f hlm. Rarel) la found a mnn
' of ha wi Ight wi o ran g< i up fn> ed ao
I quicklv and run ao faat wlth little Bp
i Barring B<M Idents. he
should develop '?? lo one of thr- |
backa in the hlatory af football
ten have nr. reaaon to worry over
tlu- outlooh Unleaa Badly mlstaken, n
great team ia Ib thr- making There are
I many rough eriges to be amoothed i B and
mora playa ar? aeedad for a preper ea*
Ipreaalon of thr- true power of ihe at*
t:-.-k. bUl there ta p!?nty of tlme It
me tbat the puntlng formatlon
blocka the way to tbe threet af a rua ar
a forward pa a, and tbat some of the
irere not #-rr.-< tlve becauae adver*
Msed -.i or* nly by Ihe noeltlon and a tlon
1 of tiie 'men. Tlme and agaln I ?
I waa called h the preea stan.i before
being made, nnd the Army playera were
not BBleep l 'iked the woik r,r Warren,
nnd, as UBUal, Kefham Mood rtut boldly.
Walter Camp, jr. dld bobm puntlng In
and looked ns if be min-ht i?
readv foi h tlon ln a day nr two,
Tiier.' is lota of latent Btrength ln the
Ana' eleven, an.i lt will be t^veloped tn
plenty f,f iime f.,r the Naw game The
work td the enda vvas Impreaslve, an.i it
atrii'-k rn?- thal Prlr har.i ,will be henrd
from aa a fleld general and football
The Naval A'-ad'-my tenm |a having an
UnbapP) lane. iait fo all npp.a i a ,i' ,
Bwarthmora hns an eleven capable "i
holdlng lth own wlth the b.Mf.
with every game played more aatlafae.
Itlon ls being eapreBBBd hy eOBCbeS, plav
11 and onlookera over tii.- som?w-hn,t
j radlcnl chBBgea in tl a rule-. laat wHnter.
I There Is so riiu.li more BlBatlclty to the
offenee and so much atore latltode In the
runninis' game tba! comparlaona with a
year nv<> are odlous. Boorlng is now poa*
alble a hen two t?nmH are falrly wen
matelu.l by BOmethlng more thon drop or
place ktcking or haphaaard chances.
Clean handling of the ball is still im
portant, bul errora ar,- nol made al aoeh
a frightful eoat, and hnrd, i h-ver nnd con
alfltenl work is not BeutraMaad by some
nnfortnnate blunder, as waa the case
l.-ist reaaon, Altogetber the gnmo ls
more natural, as w,!| ?_ more Interest
ing, as was proved In a number of gamag
I am in recelpl 4,f ? letter from a frlend
in IthB.a who knows football and is fol
lowing tbe I 'rirn.ll t.ani , losHy. He says:
The eh-veii has much latent power, but
It seenis to ba working under a f?-?-iing r>f
iini'st. whlch makea tbe play uood ana
day an.l bad tha n.-xt. I'aptaln Hutler
has B il.'.l'l'.l lllllp, hut Will b' I 'ii.lv n,
i levv daya, and may play OB Saturday.
I'lnn 0*Conner*a ankla l* nomlnall} w.-ll,
bul II would not tak<- much <if a wreach
to oet it back agaln. it is the name atory
,,ii the wav through, Mtller. ruiifm, k. ls
only in falr condition. However, thc
backa are good, and arben Um v rio come
Into i-ornliilon they can be tralm-41 ln
-otting a* 'Cross-Country Runn
Alec Smith and Hobens
Triumph on the Links
Oefeat McDermott and Mc?
Namara on Englewood
Flttiiur together like a glove. Alec
"mlth, of Wykagyl. end Jaek Hobens. of
ho home club, defeated J. J. McDermott.
? f Atlantic City, the national open cham
>lon, and Tom McNamara, of Boston, the
netropolttan tltle holder, by a seore of
I up and 1 to play ln a thlrty-six hole
irofesstonal golf matoh over the llnks of
he Englewood Country Club yeaterday.
ndlvldually McDermott held hls own
vlth hls opponents, but, sound aa was
lis golf, lt could not atand off the team
vorb of the opposltion. McNamara waa
wt at hls best, wlnnlng only one hole for
ds slde during the entire day. Th*. m< n
dayed for a purse of $2W>.
A gallery numberlng several hundred
folfera watehed the match wlth Interest,
md the home set waa pleaaed. because
BobSBS appeared at hli beat, hls puttlng
..ing especlally deadly. Bmlth was also
her.- when needed. With the BXOSpUon
DISPUTE ABOUT FIELD
Soccer and Rugby Players
Clash in Brooklyn.
Pnccer and Rugby players dashed yes
srday afternoon at Hawthorne Fleld.
Brooklyn, when a dlspute arose as to
,vho had the rlght to uae the fleld. The
tfew York Oeltlcs and Crltchleys. the soc
?er eontlngent, arrlved at the ground-.
arlv. and had the flrst half well under
ray when the Hugby playera put ln th^ir
ippcarance. The latter Inalste.l that th< y
?d p.-rinlsslon to BBS the BTOUBdfl, ?-n<*
vlim half time was called the Rugby
iWSrmed on the fl.-ld and BsgBB
Althl Ugh many prot- s*s were made. they
,?,!,j nol ? '.'1 '< ''d t" U-aie th- grtdlrou,
ui'i they stayeil there until IrJO iVcloi k.
\t that bour the soccer playera resumed
helr ennte't, the reltlcs leading bv 1 goal
.. 0, the polr.t helng tallb'd by Humble
ivho converted a corner kick. A few
nlnutes after the rcaumptloa of play N.
tgai tallled for tbe Ciitchleya evenlng
natters up Phortly thereafter darkaeaa
d th.- Reld, and the reff-ree eabel
t - r.nne, wlth tWSBtj minutea of time
ii.played. After th. gBIM ths N"W Vork
VltlCS said they WOUld take the rnatt'-r
,|, \il(h the executlve board of the league,
laimiiig that the I'rltchb-ys. belng tl;e
team, should hava hid the ground
? ' ahle ronrlltlon
n>- a acore af " to l the Kuiton W
lefsated tha Oeiman elevea of th" Met*
-opolltan l/*iiKUi ,n a frlendly < "nte?t at
Un i ?.irtlanlt I'ark rsaterday afternoon.
Icnes wli In fine fettle f..r th-- wlnners.
.' nrlng flve goals.
By ouperlor romblnatlon work tbe St
leorga Unlted saally defeated the eleien
.f the Sl-anlsh-Amerlcan F. <" at M<
omb s Dam I'ark By a score of 6 to 0.
A ?.: e-slded game renilted In I ? I
ounter between tha Oermaa F C and
?? Longfeltow squad la a second division
. . , , ntest pl?; sd at l MumUl l H i
fhe BCJMV N-is 7 tn ?
In a flrat BSCtlOfl game of tbe New York
Mate League, played nt fonkers ysster*
lay, ti." st. Oeorge W C went down tn
l.-feat at the handa of the Yonkers outt'.t
>y the clone acore of 1 to 0.
ln a champlonshlp k'aine of tbs New
v ii. Btate League, played al \ an Cert*
anrit Parh yeaUrday afternoon, the Clan
IfcDuffa r-aslly won an encounter wlth
the Hungsrlan eleven by a Bcore of : too.
A no-scorlng game rssulted in the con
between tb.- Eureka and Columbia
>\.t\ sleveas at Van Cewtlandt I'ark.
MORE MARES FOR EUROPE
Keene Horses Bought by Gould
to Sail on Saturday.
The Srs Ihsroughbred aaaraa purchssed
Oeorge Jay Oould from Jamea R.
, , ,? ful $.0,011) ,l|e tl) be Slllppt d tO
tsugland oa iaturday. und from there
he) will Jouiney to Mi fJOUM'a I'rench
ireedlng eatabllahaBent lt is om- af tha
n.ist isaportaal trsnsscttons la thorough
redi in many yeara u"d the Amerlcan
ireedlng Interesta wsa heavtly Ib tbe ea*
lortatlOO "f SUI h matrons.
The lot la made up of Delty, B daiiKli
er of idsguise and isis, Cmioslty, by
,'oter, oul or Ptnh Domlno; Bwlftfoot, by
-i simmi Lady Real; Blturlca, bj Ham*
uiiK Berrlodale, sad fairy lllppar, by
K stcti i i'.ii-ii :ia. Curloslt] Is tha daoi
if Nnv.-lty. wlnner ol the last Futurlty
un in Ameriea, ami tbe champion two
rsai old of i**io. uho Is now wlantng new
auteia through thi stosplschass BsM la
Krauce undar thr- sII'kh Of Mr Kohler.
Blturlca is ths dam of Maaketta aa
ither Futurlty srlnner, and one of the
most notabls niiies in tiu- hlatory of the
Amerlcan turf Bwlftfool Is thr- dam of
i.- ..ariing tbal araa recently soU for
i;i.'??p ai the Lsxlagtoa sale tn i;. it
Pradley, and tt* b Of tbe ntliera ln the list
i- sarned faass botb ob the trar k and :n
ihort order, for. at least. they an an In
Lelllgenl i-'img and bard playeie Kyrlch
md Jess wbyte may also bs emaasd arlth
them. , ,,
'?ii the rlghl end. <> llcanic ls making a
?.| rlghl '"r H*8 I"1""'""- ?lth Nasli as
ils must actlve opponent. O'Heams ls
*nsi a bard lackler umi a good Bahter,
itni has bosm football Instlnet. Nash, on
he other hand ls a largr-r man and one
niui mav ba ex|ie.t'ii to develop, Dr.
Iharpe, i boHeva favora his buQd and
h llkely to glve him every chanea .less
(Vhyta ih a %ood centre, rel al times i
think thut IfeCuteneon wlll oust him. and
'hen he r.-els off BOOBS of hia wild snap
lacka, whlch BSStn Inoaeusable, Thla rle
'er-t can be lesnedled and Mci'utcheon
iiill be a strong man ln the llne. Olcotl.
>t the New York I'nlverslty team, sald
as' w.-ek that McCuti'heon gave hls play?
era more trouble than any other man mi
tha CorneB Mne. The other forwarda are
.nly falr and need a lot of coarhlng.
Followlng thls came another defeat on
Iaturday, bnl a nuin who saw the game
old rne over the phone laat evenlng that
he acore was mlahadlng and that some
>f the Pennsylvania state playera must
iava baaB tralnlng ln the boxing rlng and
lot on UM (,'rldtron He added the (*oi
lell men came out <>f the game BB binllv
lattered snd brulsed that one marvelled
:lll4t the ump'c harl OVeilnnKld What
leemed so apr " nt to many ln the Mauds.
Bf McNamara, all were long off tho tee.
and in thls respect McDermott gencrad>
made even the BootS play the odtl
Kallure to hole shott puts on the home
wnrd journey in the afternoon coat Mc?
Dermott and MiXumara the match, for
untll thls unsteadiness on tho greens
overtook them they were In the lead.
These lapses took place on the elevetith,
flfteenth and Beventeenth greens. Tho
steadiness of Smlth and Hob.-ns -*as fur?
ther demonstrated In the fact that bcth
rounds thelr b??t ball totalled 63. ln th?
morning, at the slxteenth. McNamara
holed a chip shot from ofT the green for
a 4, whlle after luncheon HobeOB got
down a good put on the thlrte'nth gre^-n.
The best ball tards were as follows:
Smlth and Hobens: .?.,,
0,,t .4 44458344 3.
i,I ..:::::::::::::::.. ? 6 414 * i-h-ii
McDermott and McNamara;
Out ...4 i 4 4 4 4 4 4 8-81
tjmlth and Uohens: ._..??
Sl ...........A 4 4 J 4 1 4 4 J-J.1-69 13,
M.J.ennott and MrNainara:
Ottt .4 4 4 3 3 4 I 4 4 33
In .4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 8 -37?,0?142
RUNNERS OUT IN FORCE
'Cross-Country Athletes Take
to the Trails Again.
I-'or the elxth time this season Charles
M.Cann. of tho Morningslde Athletlc Club.
enjoyed the honor of leading home the
fleld In the club's weekly lnvltatlon run
yesterdav. lle, however, found a severe
ta.?k b.-fore him, with James Mannlng, a
re4-ent recrult, to contend wlth. Mannlng,
with N'elson and Costello as close attend
ants, earrlad along the large pa'k of flfty
BthleteS for the flrat three miles. Mak
Ing rapld progress, however, Mi.Cann soon
CBUgbt the Held, and wlth a gr<at sprlnt
tan away from th>- pBCfc. McCann won
i,v a twanty-yard margin. while Ifaanlng I
tOOk down second place when he outfooted
Oacar NelaOB ln a Baai 100-yard 6prlnt.
The sumrnary follows
Poaltlon Name and !.;!?
i C MeCana, MornlncaUla A 4' .
2 i. Mannlng, Morninnui* a C. 18:81
3 4, Netaoo, Morr.ln*;slde A. ?'.
i r 4,.>*t-i:?, unatta h.-d. 81
.'. M Taab, uaattachcd.
6 V DoUB, rinuism A C.
? f '.'.: too unattached.
<i ll Lu, ?a. Mornlngalde a 4-. M
I VV liirk... I ilon Hettlement. -
18?T. lUrrls. nnattaeh.-d.
II J B..s.-lil. Xavler A C.
C Qllmore, unatta.-h-d. -"?
13 <?. Klrkwood. Morningslde.
lt C Brtckaon, Paatlma a. C. 21 :i*
II i: Rank. unattached.
M l*. Lally, L'alaa Bettlament.
17 P. Coyna, lloll Croaa l.voeum. li-tl
U W. Ilartrieu. Mohawk A. C. *!''
18 H. Plvnn. Memiry A. C. l
M ?'. Kavnor, unattaohfd. B*ll
A pa. k nt thlrty harHera started in the
aeeond run of the Toung llen'a Catholic
I.yceuni. held over Its CoUaga Polnt cours
of three and a quarter miles. I-'red ML
Heller, of the Knlghta of BL Antony. th.
CatboHO Athletlc Leugue's 'crosa-rountry
CBampton. lead the fleld, winnlng by a
comfortaMe margin ef tag yards. ww
i lam Croop, a ? lubmate, who was B dOBB
COBtender, was second, 10i> yards ln ad
. Strenver, of the Ozanam.
who waa third. ReUef covered the dls
. ln tbe faol tlme of 18 mlnutes 53
The aummary followa:
Name and i Inb Tlma
i F M ll-ll?r. I\'n'.?ht? of St Antony . 1* tl
H i roop, iv' Ight* ef Ht. Antony. 11:45
.1 i Btreavar, Oaanam A. A.. i>
4 ll sk.-llett. lvtit.ar.t A. C. II:M
I M. I"is KnlsjtiU of Ht Antony. l*::o
I B. Rlley, Oaanam A. A. 18:21
I i ? Par? a. Bherldaa A. C. 1840
? i Bottkup, Y M >' 1. l- a
? P r Murphy, Knlgfata of "t. Anfiiy. WM
10 ?' Krone V M (?. I..
n J Hayea, Ozanam a. a.'.... *0:io
18?8*. Sinlfh, unattached. ... WM
M K. Harford, Knlghta of st. Antony... WM
M i- Waaanar, Knlghts of sr Antony.... 18:41
11 I MlBOgue, riztnam A A. 20 43
I i. 1.1 Itn^t and lyiuia S? hinl.it, initu
bera ef the Mott Raven Athletli Club,
ended the flrst run ln (l dead heat over a
flve-and-a-qunrter-mlle OOUIBa la Tba
Hronx Wllliam Beck. who finisheil third.
settlng an exhaustlng paea, Passlng th>
fourth tnlle Hust and Bchmldt fumped
away from Flerk, and only a botated
sprlnt in the flnal Btretrh by Bohmldt
brought hlm nlm-rtst of ?nat The tlme
was 27 mlnutes 25 BBCOOda
The summury follows:
Name nnl Clttb Tlma
i ii Ruet, Mott iiav.il a. <? - 17:8
| I. K, hnil.lt Mott Ha\en A i'. 17*81
3 W Back. M"tt llav*n A C. I" 4.'.
I M I'.illlns. fnlon S-ttlemen?. 7*< K,
.'. P l.vii.-h. I'nl..n BaUleineat.
? ii Poaae, st iiHrthoiomew a. C....
- i> v'-.,ni( Mott Havw a C. a M
? p p 1',-ibi. Mott Kavaa A C M:18
?, 1 gUlUr Mott llav.-n A. C. 10.40
10 r Noonan. nnatfa.-hed.
Bam Roaenbaum, the rioet distan-e run*
I,. i of tba \torris Athletlc AaeortaUon, led
bome n faal fleld ln tbe w'-ekly run Of the
\\',... t Harlem Athletlc Club, The e/lnner
was rontlnually puahed by Pranh Mt-Cnl*
lough, the formei Olencoo Athletlc Cluh
runner, wh4i aaade a futn.- attempt to
catch Roaenbaum In the last mile. Th.
Morrla runner won hy 7r, yarda .Tnmcs
r ,'4 oinirii, an4>ther Morrla athlete, tmlied
a yard behlnd M4rCUllougb ln B baautlfUl
iliial Snlshtng sprlnt.
The aummary CbBob
Po ni.>n Name un I Tlme
i R. Roaenbaum, Morrla v A . II :H
I M I'ull.uiali. iina'ta.l-ed. 17:07
3 .r. OTonnor, Monlfl K. v.ITrM
4 I. Mit/is-rr West ltarlem A 4-. 17 14
r, a. Maroney, II. i: H B . R :t"
s 1.. s'. bulaar. N Y H ll. s . 17 M
7 I i'iis'I ^forll8 A. A. 17 67
x m MeAeoto, N v i: n 8.18:17
| o 0 Trampar, O/.ansm a. a.18.21
JKEEN INTEREST IIV SOCCER
; Thirty Men Out for Places on
I itv TelagrapB to Tha Trlbaaa |
Prlneaton, M, J., (>4t. 20 -Interest ln
aoeeer footbau at Prtaeetoo is kaeoer this
season than eVBT tiefoif. ,\ -^iiuail of over
thiitv nvn nre reportloB Ibe daily prae*
tio under tbe dtractlon of Captam B.
Paga. The aehedule has aet baan an?
nounced ns yet, im! games with all the
big .oiieni' teame have been arrangad.
Tbe TiKr-r team ls to have the servlcea
of V. E. llevi-b. Bf Philadelphia, as
coach. The unlvi-rslt y department of
physlcBl educatlon is makiug evary effort
to i-ncourage the 8POf% anil a freahimtn
aquad will he organl/.ed wlthin a few
A POSITION FOR YOU.
lf you uae The Tribune's Situations
MADIHON KQ. *T*n Nlf.HT ,'or' !__?
I.ARDKN lU-niUnl I'KIIKa
JIM STEWART vt. QUNBOAT SMITH
win 11 Hfr.fM 111:11 ra. IOK THOMAA
Klll Bl ItNN v-.'YOINti Mll \l(S
AJ__iuc Ub* d b'.aia 11 to I- l-u?_aiiuij.Mad.
ing <& Chess t
TO~OPEN NEW CHESS ROOM
Matches To Be Played This
Week at Cafe des Beaux Arts.
Charles Jaffe, who haa taken charge of
the chess room of the Cafe des Beaux
Arts. whlch wlll be offlcially opened to
dav. announces that ho haa succeeded in
arranglng the following exhlhition match
games for thls week:
To-dav-Profesaor Jacques C.rommer.
ex^champlon of the Cafe de la R<*gen< e
I'aris. va Charles Jaffe. Thurs.lay-Jafte
vs. Oaear Chajes, ex-VVestem champion.
!?aturdav-A. Marder. champion of the
RlCe Chess Club. vs. Jaffe. All the games
wlll be played at a time llmlt of twenty
movea an hour during the hours from 3
to 6 and 9 to 11.
To-morrow and FYlday Jaffe will glve
two slmultaneous exhibltions. Next week
lt ls intended to arrange cxhiblticm match
tfames among JalYe. the veteran Major
.1. 11. Hanham. A. R Hedges, ex-United
States champion: R. T. Black. of the
Brooklyn Cheas Club. and others.
NEWS FOR THE GOLFERS
Hackensack Club May Buy Its
The members of the Hackensack Golf
club are muoh concerned over the fol?
lowlng circular letter Just *ent out by
President Johq M. Dlaz for the board of
?Tn vlew of the fact that the teaseholds
on the llnks explred last year, and the
lmpoHHlblllty of havlng them renewed,
your board of governors haa been *x
pendlng much time aml thought In per
feetlng plans for securlng to the elub the
permanent pnssesaion of our groumls. For
the present we are more or less seciire
ln the use sf ihe greater part of the prop
srty over which we play, but this use is
contlngetit upon ths property not belng
aold. It Ih ln the market 'for sale,* and
we, therefore, are faclng a situation
w hlch somo clay may -make lt Imperatlve
to 'glve up the gams1 upon our present
llnks. Thls we do not want to rlo If there
Is any way out. Tho way out ls to buy
the property. aml so control It. Tbe ques
tion has been taken up wltb tbe present
owners, and they have generously offered
terros whlch your board conslders liberal
and withln the bouada of posslblllty, ln
i.ii.f. optloos on most of the present
course snd suttvient adjolnlng property
have been secured (explrlng January i.
l.-Ui tn insure the laylng out of an
eighteen-bola 1,000-yard eourae. The pur*
prlce win tntai 170,400, one-half, or
I ,000, payable In caah and the rotnalnder
to BS carrled by the present property
ownera aa a I par cent loan, secured '?>? a
tirst mortgage on the property.
"In order to ralse this 135.000 lt Is pro
poesd tn laaue aecond mortgage S per eenl
bonds. secured by tbe equlty ln the prop*
srty purchased and whatever other prop
r-rtv the club owns, whlch COUOlStS in ihe
maln of our clubhouss and tha property
upon whlch it Btands, i a . Ml feel aquare,
subject to a Brat mortgage of V ?
Otherwlae th.- club has no debts."
Somethlng llke twelve prlzes were rom
peted for at the Englewood Country Club
nn Paturday, members a.s well a? k
being present tn take part ln the anni*
versary. At the annual dinner ln th ?
evenlng more than two hundred oovera
were lald, and later on professicn.il talent
? ui ths Unkfl during ths afternoon i
sp.-cial elghteen-hole medal play handi?
cap for guests nas run off. th.- four prlSS
winnera and their scores belng as follows:
a H Trippe. :?? M ; <;. W. Johnson,
1.7-1;,-:.. a. '? Bherwood, M 10 Tt, and
T. R. Kell. IB?ll?Tt ln tie four-ball
foursomes handicap, for class.-. A and B,
Jobn Naethlng and E m Barnes won in
ihe A BOt, Wlth B OBrd Of '?> I *>'. While
ln th.- other claaa B. A. Cunnlngbain and
\v. a. Barbar ahowed ths way, wlth
?? Tt,.- Dinner Cup, presented bv
K i*. Dury< on b) Naethlng, wlth
a card of 74?5?J2?. There tras als 1 ?
lected score prlze, conteetanta ta I
thelr BOOre from two munds of the I
TiiN reaulted favorably to oswaid Kiri<
by, wiio eorralled a 17, The eompetltlon
in tuo claaaes iur the Boaaon's comp 1 a
? for prizes presented by W. C, 1
man was ->iso completed, ln Class A. S
Petera and n. m. ("oae ti d, wlth r
apectlve cards of B I B and Sl .'
They wlll aettle the tie |n the near future
Tha Class A cup was won by \V. V. ib-ti
11. tt, wlth tiJ I n One thlnl of the reg?
uiar medal plav handlcaps was allowed
in thls eompetltlon.
At the Trenton Country Club nn Satur.
.'.? McDermott and Jfmmy Niwton, the
1 ome "pro," defeated Alee Bmlth and
Wlllle Nnrton, of Deal, by 2 up. ln ,1 1
elghteen-hola match. with four holea *o
pla' , Smith BBd hls partner BtOOd 2 up
when tiu- oppoalng palr cul loose
four conaecutlve To.
CHANCE FOR A SCHOOL TEAM
The Roeh Rldgs Behool, of Wellesle]
Hllla Mass , would llke to arrunge B foot?
ball game with some Btroitg hlgh school
or acadomj eleven In greater Kow Tork,
and is bohHng open November 9 and :iii
to that and
? Other Sporfe
Willie Kolehmainen Runs Won
derful Race at Newark.
DEFEATS A STRONG FIELD
Finnish Athlete Clips Nearly
Three Minutes from
Willie Kolehmainen, the profe*Hr*orjg|
member of the famous famlly ?f i'iM.'-h
runners, added aaa luatre t.? h
yeeteiday. when he aatabtlehad .-, n(.w
worids reoord for the Marathon .lisianc*
of 26 mll.-s Ml yards at the NVw , t \\?.
tOrdrOflSO, winnlng tbe SVOBt In - h-<uri S
mlnuti-s ':.'.' l-r> sis-onds. Thls -
the old reeord of 2 hours 32 mtantasdj
s?-cori4ls, made by Hans Holmi-r. th?
Amerlcan, who was also a BB?teotaat Ih
yesterday'e event and who flnlsht-d aee?
ond. He ran evan with KotohaMlaaa ior
ninet.-en and one-flfth miles, ;? i d ;nen
cracked und.-r the Finn's pressure. ?
finish.d a (Oa yaids short of threa lapi
behlnd Kolehmainen ln tne tit.
hours M mlnutes 4* seconds. Wl,- i ko
lohfliahBSa flnlaheii, amid applauso frcni
five. tiiousand people, ho was e-'bra^ol
by his brother, llannes Kolehmainen, tba
hero of the Olympli: gatnes of laat auir.
rn.-r. _bat thc reeord ls correct ia &?.
BUred from the fact that two watche*
were held by Cliarley Dleges, the ortlc;*!
titn.-r, and the track was laid down ac
cording to a surveyor's measuien.
Holmer Jumped away into *he lead aa
soon as the pistol eracked, and Koleh?
mainen dropped right in behlnd hlm. That
appeared to be satlsfactory to both, u
they kept the order without a change cf
poos for the flrst tive milea, and ulwayi
in front. Stringlng betiind them cam?
Johanson, wlth his easy flwtnglng stride,
while right in order was Crowley, with hla
long. loping lunges. Tho flrst man lapptd
was Jim Graham, of Buffalo, one of th?
v-tr-rans. ll? was passed at 88M inlie.
and then Holnn-r and Kohdimaltttn
plcked up all the others at inti rvals up
to tbrae miies, wlth the exception of *4>
hanson ami Ciowley. Uolrn-r t .rned
the first mlle in 5 minutes 14 1-', BBOSBBk
The second be put bel.ind him ln 10 min
i.;.- i2 4-:, BSCOndBi and. inaintaitnng aa
bvob paoe, turned Ive uules in .7 pMnaai
4 1-5 s.-conds.
.Just as Holmer and Kohhuiaii.i n Un
Islu-.i tiv.- miles tia \ i assed a gtoup inadt
up of A. d. Kent, of Brooklvn, I;. org.
Binfer. of New.uk; LOUlS if Bei
Brooklyn; Jamea Qrlocom, of Jerat] CM*
and Bd Tork-y. of Brookljn. JohaBBBBj
runnlng third, araa .<? Quartsf of ?? lap be?
hlnd. wblle Crowlej araa nearlv three
quaitera of a lap to tli<? rear oi Ita tw I
Ie oi- re, In fourth position.
au the othera were 4,ne or bboti tafl
Karl Nletnan, tbe
at the heail of this divlsion, rtlBBlag in
iifth ; osition. Tbea caaaa \v. r. I'muty.
of Hyde Park, .Mat-.-. w.tii Karl Her*
tlu- Oklabotna aagro, -? ventb. .;
Ti.-nt. another negro, wai elghth.
Ilrdm.-r , ont.niif.l Bettblg tb.- pa l ??
th. six-niiit- mark. arhlch ba turned in *
?i.u. itea 3> 1-" aeconda BBd I
ehanged i laoaa aith Kolehmalneti Th
i'inn Inunedlatel) took up tbe taaft oi
lapplng Crowley, aad,
Ih.- trlck after two and a hal
ehaalng. He weotaround t!.-. Sea Tarta
oo the far atde of 'hc track from th*
il tnd, aith Holmei foi
>.:- haolB Johanaofl sav thla apurt, ani
t.. fOfOBtBll anv mi.-!: I
self he put on BtOBm and actual |SMM
on Holmer and Kotehmalnen. ii- con
tlnued tbla apurt for two miles, and pidled
up to within a iifth of a lap OB tba lead?
ers. The apurt took aome of bla stamina,
though, and for the BOBl tWO mllea h?
ck, to take pace from Croa ada
?a omlng back rapldty.
, Vtsions of racorda came wlth tba an
nouncement of the tlme for atxteea mflM
Ilolin.-r was leading. wlth Ko'.-hniilnin
ip, in i boui .".? ailnutes "t W scc
ondB, and It was orticlally ani '. th.'.
tbe tlme was the best BVOB nade l?
America foi steteen m'.ies Holmer wo$
travelllng tln-ly. and Wben 1-. ? ' a d thli
b- ht 0411 a few more links, BThl I "*??
v ttt. i.-nt to drop ofr Johaaaon. Tba lai
ter, let alone, soon fall bai *>- half a lii>
t, Crowley and taklng pace behl i *.!"?*
Koiehaaalnan put his aeeond lap ai
Holmer at twenty-four miles. whlch a
turned in 2 hours p; mlnutes 11 a, onds,
Whlch was still ahead of the old re-ord.
IColehnaalntB was aii agrtteaneBt **-???
h.- Balahdd twenty-Ave gaOes ani learnal
he was away he.id of the ie?r1. HU
tlme was anaouacad at I boun _ .ninuta
W :?:? atCOIMlB. and be anxlou-ly lnqulral
how far tlo-nil of Holmer he WBB 1
lapa and two to go." waa tdioat.J at hi*
and off lo- sp.'d for the last MG > _rda, al
moat a( thc sp.-ed of a sprint.-r. H43 t>
Ished withla Bftj rarda of puttlagll
laps on Holmei. Tha latter was altno*
4J0WB to a walk running wlth Johan***
Theae two finish.d out the race togetbr.
taktaa Becond an.i fourth pU< ea resptc
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