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Plenty of Work at the Football Camps
Getting Ready for Games That Count
Yale Coaches See the Need of
More Good Substitutes.
SHARP DRILL AT HARVARD
Bradley May Run the Eleven
at Quarterback in the
'1 T'U-craph to The Tribune. ]
N'ew Haven. Oct. *_.-The Yale ,-egulara
who took part in the strenuous work
of beatlng West Point last Saturday en
JJoyed more rest and did much as they
pleased at Yale Fleld to-day. The men
ar<- In thr' best of condition, however, and
all reported for a short sUnal and forma
Hou<- made BOe Important announee
ln. nt He said that the present secret
practlee, atarted shortly after th.- season
opened, would be contlnued rndeflnltely.
Thls means that marly all of the work
for thc remaiiKier of thr- season wlll be
held behlnd closerl gates.
The praettcfl thi? aftennwn started wlth
a ;'."-mlnut4- preltmlnary drill. durlna;
whlch tin- forwards worked at charglnK
nnd breahtag through, whlle the backs
practlsed atarta and ki.-king.
The 'varslty waa excueed from the fol
lo\>intr acrlmmage, nol only to r.-st, but
to gi\.- th- coaches more opportunity
? uork wlth the substitutes. Hoara BB*
li ves his substitutes are a trlfle below
normal, and la case of Injury to hls reg
the team would be serlously tnca
Ited. Wlth the quantlty of materlal
on hand lt Ib his Intention to develop
praetlcally an entlre new- team as near
varslty oalibre as posslble. He used all
of his flrst substitutes aKalnst the Fcrub
to-day. and the practlee was hardly satls
factory. Both teams Bcrlmmagtd for 40
mlnutes before the substitutes were able
to score The touchdown was made by
Pumpelly on a short line piunge, and the
same player klcked the goal.
Pumpelly's work was the best of any of
the backs. Beckert also was efhclent aa
h plunger. Castles fumbled conslderably,
and was replaced by Walter Camp, jr.
The substltute forwards were below the
mark. They charged high and with little
dasli The ends were good defenslvely.
but failed tn help thelr tackles enoujjh
on the offence. Wheeler started as quar?
terback. wrtth the substitutes, and later
g,i\e way te Loftua Both ran the team
well. and thelr work Is being carefully
wntched by the coaches.
The charaeter of tba pi?> waa piain.
k-ht football There were no long
runs exeept when Martin 1\ Scrubs circle.l
rlght end for a ilash of thlrty yards
After the aciimmaga tha work conalBted
mr.stly 4,f klckitux at"* imilvidual coach
lng. Howe uaed the foltOWlng BMB as hls
team to-day: Olla and Oaborn, ends,
H. Warren and Pendleton, tachlee; Har
b.son and Thaw. guardS* McNell, centre; j
Wheeler and Ixtftus, quaiterbacks; Beck- ,
ert and Bak, r. left Ktiards Castles and
Camp, rlKht halfbacks. aad Pumpelly.
Harvard Captain in Siqnal Drill.
Cambaidge, Mass 'i.t. 8 All "f Mar
vard'a football ragulara, imiurilng i'?p
tain Wendell, were out for slgnal pra-tl.e
to-day, bul when the scrlmmage higan
rub Wendell wenl to ihe
siile llnea and took Hlteheock and
Storer. ta.ki.s. and Parmenter, centre,
wlth hlm The three forwards have
<~d Ukc Trojans all the fall. are down
to fightinn- welfcht and welcomed tba
team was equlpped with a
series of playa such as Btown may be
tapected to use In the stadium on Satur
<la\, out the varslty line. even with three
substitutes. was more than a match for
- much llKhtnr opponents. Beebe was
at left tackie and Tom Frothlngham at
riKht tackie. These two men will be the
first substitutes unless Cleary is able to
n>' in the Kaini rlght away. Armory, the
former second team man, was at centre,
and was active.
A lot of attention was paid to Bradiey,
at quarterback. He may be in charge or
the team against Brown as Gardner wlll
be at Prin. eton to watch the Tlgers in
? ii. lagBB who piayed quarter until
a week ago, haa been ln the backfieid,
but to-day was coached to play end.
ln the ecrimmage the 'varslty played on
riefwee most of the tlme. After stop
plng the second team in midfleld the ball
was recovered by the 'varslty on a
iimble, and a few hard smaahes at the
line and a 40 yard romp by Brlckley
crossed the scrub's goal line. Sborrly
after this I'oolldKe intercepted a second
team forward pasa and made a good gain.
Then Hardwleh broke through for 30
yards and the "varslty <ontlnued to no
iip the fleld to secure another touchdown
wlth Hne plays
Wigglesworth, the substltute centre, was
not out. nelther was Bradlee, the snbstl
t ,ie ba. kfleld man. Both have lamc
baflha and possibly nelther will be ready
to play before Harvard meets Princeton
Small hone ls entertalned that Wendell
H. A. PAREND8.
One of the Dartmouth ends, of whom ao
much ls expected against Princeton on
wlll be able to play against Brown, al
though he expects to get into the game.
Graustein, who beat Brown by captur
Ing a forward pass and runnlng 1% yards
two years ano, was promoted to the 'var?
slty Bquail to-day. He has been wlth the
second team all fall and has , arned his
Hard Work for Brown Eleven.
[Br Telegraph te The Tribune ]
Prevldenoe, Oet Bt?Brwwn'a football
squad sottl'-d down to hard pra<-tlce to
day and went through a Vlgorous drill
ln some of the fundamentals, such as
tackllng, runnlng down under punts,
klckhig and Interferenca The forward
> some trlcb plays found attention
with the Harvnrd garne ao near, and the
nded wlth a U-mlnute Bcrlmmage.
in the courae ol whlcb the 'varatty dis
played Its Buperlorlty over tha
eleven at practlcally evary turn
Thlrty men were rmt. Includlng practl
cally all the regulara Captain Wadc of
the freahman team if>d the second team.
and Crowther ran tbe 'varslty. Beveral
new formattons were emnloyi-d with good
effect Practlee waa held behlnd cloaed
N. Y. U. Works on Forward Pass.
The NeW York Cnlversity football team
bad its first practlca yeatarday, after its
hard game wlth Wesleyan oo Baturday.
; ilid the men lOta of gOOd, and
the majorlty of tbe team ahowed no 111,
. ff.-cts from the game. BaMlB was not ln
toga, owlng to a sllght twlst to his ankle
ri,. line played its best against Waa?
leyan, and It was the latter*! long galim
on tbe forward pBBBBB whlch made trtctory
The squad wlll deVOte ? gOOd deal of
Ita practlee this week in formlng ? de
to break up the forward paaa should
Md mnch hv Willlams on Saturday
After a long drill la slunals OiCOtl llned
tha "vareity up for a flfty-mlnute
mage with the BCTUh Vesely, who played
? remarkable game OB Saturday tlll he
was Injured. open.'! up large holes in the
?crub llna and the backs mad<- manv b>ng
Pennsylvania Catches Tartar.
[By T-lrgrufli lo The Tribune 1
philadelphia, <>ct. 22. ? Pennsylvanla**
football team ha4l about tbe hardest work
of the year thls afternoon Ifl a long prac
:,. with tbe freehmen. the 'varalty
being played t.< a BtaadetW. eacb side
scoring B touchdown. The scrlmmaa'' was
long B_d tlresome, but the Red and Blue
showed a woful Iark of speed against the
Greene and McNaughton again were
used as guardfl, whlle Wilson played at
tackie, wlth hls hand In Bpllnta. Captalfl
Mercer took a rest, hls plHce being taken
by Cralg. Mlnds gH\e the sipnals, and
tba playa moved much smoother than has
been the case all season. Mai shall and
Mellman dld most of the work on the
Offence, and both made blg gains through
the freshman ilne.
The 'varslty started off fast, and It wafl
not long before Mt?da was pushed over
the Hne, but once having scored the eleven
?tOWed up, and the freshmen had little
tr4?ible ln carrylng the ball down the fleld
and over Ofl a well exeruted double paaa.
j Tigers on the Jump, with the
Dartmouth Game at Hand.
HARD TEST FOR 'VARSITY
Hanover Undergraduates Not
So Confident as a Few
IRy T'legraph to The Tribune 1
Trlnreton, N. .)., Ort. 22.- Hard wo.-k
agaln was in order tor tbe Prlneeton
eleven on Oshorne Field here to day. <'un
ningham Is tnking no ehsocee of belng
unprepared for I>artmouth on Saturday
For over an hour and a rjuarter the 'var?
sity played In scrlmmafre, and, wlth thfl
exreptlon of < aptaln Pendleton, who mn
flned himself to coachlng, every veteran
on the sriiiad had plenty to do.
To strrngthen the scruh, who took the
nffenMve, "Mlg Tom" Wilson w*nt in Sl
tackle and .Joe Duff at guard, while I un
nlngham and Thompson, the formei all*
around champion, played In the back fleld.
One score resulted frr.m the long prai tli e
when Holand < Irrled the 'varslty's rlght
end for forty yards aml a touchdown
''unnlngham and I'uff gSVO Ikt
Inrs a lively tlSSa Of It. .loe BboWed hi^
old form In openlng up hlg Imlr-s f,,. the
besd esooh ol the Tlgera to abool
l'rinretnn's second llne of defence
worked well. Wlth the exreptlon of Bor*
den's long end run, not 11 man got by
the speedy backs. Baker and Waller
showed Ano beadwork In slzlng up plays
and stopplng them. The same set 'if for
wards were use<l ns yesterday wlth the
exceptlon of the ends Uoldlr'' Wight
and H Waller supplanted F Trenkman
and Andrews. K Trenkman, tbe sturdy
tarkle, ls stlll on the slde lines, and Fen
tleld Ih occupylng hlg position at present
Toward the close of the prartlre tbe
coarhcB gave the two te.ims a 15-mlnute
drlll ln exchanglng punts. and De Wltt
and Waller had another chance to Bhow
thelr klrklng prOWSSS.
The llne-up was aa followa Lefl end.
H. Waller; left tarkle. Pblllips; lefl
guard, Shenk; I entre, Hluethenthal. rlght
guard. Ixjgan; rlght tackle. Penfleld" rigbt
end. Wlght; tjuarterbar k. H Haker. lefl
halfbark. H. Baker; rlght balfback, Da
Wltt. and fullback, Waller.
Dartmouth May Lose Whitney.
i Bj I legraph to TK< Trlbun* |
Hanover, N. il . Ocl U -Tha alr of un
certalnty at Hanover is hecninlrig innrii
and more tensa as the Prlncstoo gsmo
approsehea The stmient body is losing
its rock aura attltude, and is woodering
vh-ther tblnga have been "dODad" COT
reitly. I'ninparlng the Wllliatne-I'art
tnouth and the Wililains Harvard names.
the Green appears to bave an even cbance
wlth ihe i rimson. but when It rotnes to
Prlneeton there Is a long oertei <>t obsta*
I lt S.
The laM itian added to the hospltal liet
ii- Whltney. who wrem hed his sboulder
rthls afternoon. He may be nut of the
Igana on Saturday. Hogsett, who haa
been playlng left end. wan xhlftr^l to hla
; old poMtlon at balfback tbla afternion.
' and Rector ns< d at end.
Tbe afternoon work ronslated of an
| hour's Bcrlmmage Murdork and gnow
Idiri the best work for the 'varalty. while
! 1> itogers and Wanamaker pisyod BOO
football for the second team.
Cavanaugh la wprkmg hard to whlp i. ?
team into condition for the Tlger-. He
?aya intie. but seems to i.e hlll ot confl*
Cbsrlla Boyla wa* on the field to-dsy
and helped SOSOb IbO mr n BoylO i" Cs*
vanaugb's oM team ma!*-. snd hia *p
pesraaea was weleoued
The team llned up as fOllOWO' l'f* end.
Rector; left ia?kie, Bagleborn; lefl g mrd.
Olbson; rentre, Whltmore. rlghl guard,
W. Itogers, left guard. Bstspi rlghl end,
Barendo; Muarterback, UswsUyn; half
hacka, Morey and Murdock. fullback,
Will.ami to Play Here.
I Hv Telegrapb to The Tribune ]
Wllliainstown, Mass.. Oet 11 Wllliama
is looklng foiward to an tnteresting foot
ball match 00 Saturday with New York
1 dversity OB the latter's fleld. Thls
jam' ls portlrularly fnrtunate, uh it glvea
th many Wllliams aluinnl in New Yoik
an opportunlty to aee the eleven in a -
tlon Two yeara ago the ulumnl repre
aentatlon was not large. but the se.ori'l
COBtOSt probably wlll get greui-r pub
licity. The games between tho twu in
stltutlonB have tnvariably been rlose, hard
fougl't <onte*4ts, partlrularly lhat In Will?
lamstown last year, when Ihe lead 1 bsnged
In OVOry uuarter of the game, Willinms
flnally winnlng at H to 6. Thls season
New York 1'nlverslty seems to lie snme
whut slroriRer and the 1'uiple haa exhlb?
lted average nblllty.
Two d*ifeats und two vlrtorles have now
l.een recorded for the Wllliams team, and
every effort wlll l>e pul forth to keep ttw
percentage above the ,obt mmk The open
game has been used most OUCOOOOfulll .
nnd If a dry field Is afforded ln New Yoik
forward pasaes and varlous nhlft form.-i
tions should add to the Interest in the
If the New York I'nlversity team doeg
not exhibit strength in the llne TUTBSf and
iTark will be used COnsldSTSbly in line
plunglng. The Wllliams bar kfleld j<4
strong, bul nsually falls to get atarted
quickly. Toolan is the fastaal man, ami
he ran be COUBtod on to drcle th?* oppoa*
ing ends. He was on the lnjured Hal last
Baturday, bui was ia togs td-dsy.
l/ewis, nt qusrter, is llwsya relisble
both as a leOOTSl anrl as a ground galner
Hunnewell is .1 good man for the BOCOnd
ary defence, .but fails to hlt the oppofilng
llne to advantage. Turner, at fullba. k.
burks the llne wlth rerkless fesrtOSSBSSS,
but froqMltly falls to plrk hln holr-e
f'lark. substltute hnlfbeck, ls a r|.-\cr llne
plunger. nSUally taking advantnge of
every open'ng In the defence.
SANFORD FORDHAM COACH
Helps Thorpe with 'Varsity and
Finds Good Material.
Oeorge Foster Hanford. tbe Yale fOOthat]
roarh. SSStOtad Kd Thorpe wlth the Ford?
ham eleven yesterday. Sanford took e;trh
player In band and the drlll Insteil two
hours. When the varsity was pltterl
against the scrub ln a flfteen-mlnute
scrlmmage tbe men showed marked Im?
With the DtehlnSOH game on flaturdav
Thorpe has made Beveral rhanges In the
llne-up. MrNully has supplanted Schaff
melster at quarterback 4iwlng to the lat?
ter's poor Judgment of attack. PosBng
has been put at fullback. while Harry
Kane agaln was placed at left balfback.
Sanford deelared that Thorpe had a
yaung eleven, but the material for a
?_*?Hv _nd, st,rong coinblnatloa.
Trainor May Succeed Tabor to
Run the Eleven.
REGULARS IM A BAD WAY
Scrub Defeats 'Varsity in a
Hard Scriramage by
28 Points to 7.
| r> TBtesraph le Th. Trtboae.]
Ithaca, N. Y.. Oet. 22.?Cornell held Its
| flrst practlee to-day slme the Pennsyl
? ? anla Btate game last Baturday, bul roil
; call ahowed thal the tu.> daya* rest ac
cor4led hy the eOBChefl was insulficient to
tntiid tha intiirl.-s anatalned, and among
thoaa abeent were O'Connor, champaign
Indlcatlona al tbe present time point to
? more or leaa protracted rest for o*cnn
n< r, at.rl his loss is n serloua matter for
I Cornell, ln riew of Jie fa. t tbal Captain
Kddle Butter la atlll oul ?>i tha game, ami
probably wUI nol be uaed before Cornell
; meeta Dartmouth.
Tha workoul Ihla afteraooB waa aevera
I ln every partlcuiar, lastlna three hours,
? wlth b long acrlmmage tacked "n the end.
i>r. Bharpe says thal the chlef faull ln
the Cornell team la the lach of proper
judgmenl 4>n the par* of tbe quarterbacke.
? -i*. i in a meaaure to lach
of ezperlence, Tabor, Captain Butlei s
., ,, . ,.. thi r candidate for tn
sltlon, hai be< n tn. -l out frequently in
practlee, ami it n4.w aeema llkely that he
win soon aaeume thi- resoonstbllrty of
r ;.i ilng the team. -Whlle Tialnor ls not
so fast ns Tabor, It la thOUghl that his
ablllty to slze up Bltuallona on the fleld
and cbooee pla>s accordingly will ba "f
The baekfleld thls afternoon was com
I>o.?e,l of Trainor, quarter; Tabor and R.
p. Whyte, hatvea, and Mlller, futlbach
! Thls comhlnatlon worked to jro.wl ad
I vantage, desptta Ihe fact that the scrub
| defeated the 'varalty hy a score of 2* to 7.
! Th.- 'varslty Hne, however, was much the
. nni.li' for the wear and CBBnOt be con
demned on thls account
MICHIGAN MAKES PROTEST
Asks Pennsylvania to Probe
Eligibility of Minds.
I ii, ; itrai Tha TrflMma l
Philadelphia, Ocl tt Eleidina- Yost.
coach of the Cnlveralty of Mlehlgan foot?
ball team. has wrltt.-n 10 Ihe authorities
I of the Cnlveralty of Pennsylvanla pro
I testlng aitainst ti,.- playing ? t Chester
i Mlnds, one r.f th>- barka Oll the Bed and
. Bl ie team. V'.at takei :he posltlon that.
under the allgtblllty ruUs adopted by
I Pennsylvanla and Mlehlgan, Mlnds should
: i>.- debarred becauas he played three
yeara at Dlcklnson.
The facuitv athletlc committee sn
nounced to-day tha: H would give the
proteal conatdoratkm and that Mlada
W4iuld be afforded an OPPOrtUBlty to dls
prove the aasertlons that had baea made
reijrardlng hls term of aervlee on the
I>|, klnaon team
There seems to have h. en Bome mls
taka ub to the name of the lnstltutlon
whlch YobI eomplalaa Of, acrordlntc ta
the ooBchea al Paanaylvaals Teat la hla
proteat aamea Dlcklnaon Collego, rni'i
Btat?S that Mlnds pla\e.l there for three
yeara if this is uae then he la ' -
ble Prtenda of tbe Quaker quarterhach
iwever, tbal he never atteaded
1-ickiriHon. whlch is ai Carllale, bul that
i bi hi' l ar im ktaaon Bemlnary,
?.. i.i. h is a? BNIHamsport, an lnstltutlon
of much lower achoUatlc rank, ani thal
be wlll be sbla to con li ?? thi '
? i.e ha* nol violated the rulea
Mlnda ls ihe brother of the famoua
sptaln of the team thal lowered Har*
rard'a colora In Ihe name of 1887, an.l he
n carefully achooled and e.hed
to mak- a ".nn" for hlmself on the foot?
ball fleld He ts ona of Ihe '??< rt men
thal ever are i I Red and Blue. and
,i.r proteet agalnsl hlm haa arouaed Ihe
t.-mper of the atudenl bodj to fever beat
NO PRACTICE FOR ARMY
Football Squad Get Blackboard
Talk After Drill.
[By Telaarapb to Tba Trtbui? 1
West Polnt. N. Y . 4 ,. t. 12 Tbl
no reeumptloa of football at wo-t Point
to day The t. am has had no practlee
slnc IhS Yal.< game last Saturday. All
the nien are ln excellent condition, nn 1
if it bad not been f4>r a l"n?a' military
drill on the plalna to-day, In whlch nil
tooh part. the t.-nm would ha\<- beefl
drlven throu??h a stlff practlee.
CaptBln Graves t..ok the men te the
gymnastum after the drill and gave them
un hour- blackboard tail ob the fala
(...iii..'. The Army faees a coaalderable
handlcap, for ? number <>f good mea are
barrod from partletpatlng in football by
troubtea arowtag out of conditions In th.-ir
with the flrst big game ofl its achedule,
|| WOUld not lx? Btirprislng If IheW wa.i
soma hard W4,rk ahead for aome .?f tha
?,. n to retalfl thelr plaeea la thc Hne.
Th* guard positions are nona too strong.
ii'M.ne and llerrbk BBVa 1.0 playing
thelr positions pretty regularly, bul Jones,
K,-rr and Bngleharl are all good men,
wln, wlll tlnht to the lnst fr-r the place.
Keyea la strong agaln, and aith Hol b i,
Benedlrl and Prltehard th- sltuation be?
hlnd tha Hne la cauatog ao worry. There
la a iccond atrlng 4.f backa, among whom
th? most promlnent ara Krapf, Wynne,
n,. Boots, Lanphler and Hodga n, for
tha coaches to call on, all of whom are
Preparatlofl will be '"??"" to-morrow
for tho game wlth Colgata herd next Bat*
NAVY TRIES OUT NEW LINE
Fair Results Attend Changes on
'Varsity Football Eleven.
I B) Tsleavspb '" Tba Trlbana |
Annapolis. Md . Oel B rali reaulta at
Unded the trytag oul thla afternoofl ot
the new arraagemenl of tha navy foot*
ball ,-leven's line and backlield Th" blg.
strong feiiows on the Itae opened up well,
and stralKht Hne plays. wlth ?' ">k or In
graai carrylng the hall aotdom failed lo
Ram subsiantialh Th- att. nu-is al Wlda
end runs w.-r.- not -o succssful and v.-re
often nulbd for loss by tha BCTUb '-nds.
Overeeeh, th.- Mg left end. failed sig
nally to get hls opponent out of the way
KlCbOllS and Miles WBTS the other backs,
and Bates relleved lh>- latter In the game.
?r-g-awi 'is4-d his wslghi areM in openlng
up f4>r Ihe other runntts.
The flrst team carrled tha ball over th
scrubs' goal kBS iBrtOB and then gave
over the ball ln onler to praetlse the d>
fSOOe tp the forward pass pla>B, upon
whl.-h the navy eleven have bOBB WOBk
thla >rar The line was tbe h. avlest that
THE PISCHARGED MAXAGER OF THE ST.
ROGER P. BRE8NAHAN.
Once rat<*her wlth tba I'laiits.
Roger Bresnahan Deposed as
Manager of the Cardinals
Contract, Which Has Three
Years to Run, May Block
the Ownera of the
St. Louis Club.
gt Loula, Oet 22. Roger p. Breanahan
waa esUed before the owner. president
end sttorney of the flt. Louls Club, of the
Natlonal LSSgUO, yeaterday and dls
, hargcd aa manager of the team ln so far
as those in SUthOtity OOUld dlOCbSTgO luni
Although he bolds a four-y-ar contrsci
wlth the club. one year of whlt'h he ha?
served. Hresnahan wa? told that hlfl aer
Vlcea were no longer irautod
Min. Helene H BHtton, rhief owner of
.1 C JonOO, president and Lon
i> rlOCker, attorney, were present when
Breanahan was dlschargod.
Mi Jonea would nol glve any reason
for ths aetloa I ul after being nun an
day aald thia avi nlng:
1 ..-in now eonflrrn tbe statement that
Of tlie termlnatlon of his eontTSCt
. ,-n Berved on Itresnahan."
"Roger ls a reguiar bull ln 0 Chlna
ihop," sdded Jones. "Tblngs havs gone
from bul to woree under his sdmlnlstra*
tlon. The club h.nl a most UBSStlsfsctory
?-4.ts.in flnanrlally thls vear. Braensbsn
has been at loggerheads all oesooa wltb
Mrs Hrltton. the prlnrlpal owner of the
rlnb; also st cross purposes most of the
tim? with his playera.
"Roger has had an Insane desire to get
rld Of Hugglns, and romplaltied that Mrs
BHtton whh Interfating wlth hls preroga
tlve as maniiis*'r when slie refuse.1 to
rmnctlon aeveral deahJ*lnvolvlng the trnns
fer of this pla) er."
U hen asked tu mve hls slde of the c.tse,
"I bave a contract wlth the rluti, -ind I
wlll make ovei y effort to force the owners
to llVO up to thelr end of lt. I have fnl
ntled all mv obllastlons, snd wlll expeet
the club to fulfll its ObllgatiOOS '?? BM?"
Bresnahan refused to iay ??
"making everv effOTt" nn-ant un SPPSal
tu the natlonsl commieslon.
A man clOSO to tbi.Hn lu control of th?
team deelared Breenahan would make a
iight in tho courts to coropel lha club *o
r.'spe.-t hls contract. whl.-h CSlla fur a
aaiary of *if)."i<* s yesr snd M pei cenl 1 f
the nel proflts.
11 is said tb*' rlub'o ofRclala offered to
make any re.isona.Me Mttlement "llh him,
but the meetlng, it was reported, virt
ually brokfl up ln a row. aud there wlll he
another eonferenee to determlno whal
courss ahall bo pursuod.
Ifra Brltton ami her advlsera 11
to bs oaftg-iltH of Bueeees in depostng
Breanahan ahould the csis resch tiv
.?ourt-4. but shoui.i they fsll, it lo learned
thst they plan to keep th.- manig** 00 the
bench and ahesr him of sll power,
Mi-.. Brltton, when sshed for a atate?
ment tO-day, said:
??I don't wsnl snythlng printed about
thal it is terrtblo thsl it hsa goi out"
Mis Brltton'a rolce quavered as she
plcaded thal nothlng be mnde pubtle, bul
when askerl lf hIic wisbed tu make a rll
. , I r 1, i:t:41. she said:
"NO, I Wlll not deny It. Bul I r-an't see
how lt got out. i nnderstood thsl nono
of us was to say anvthlng about it."
In bSSSball ClrclOa here lt has been
Itnown thal Mrs I'lltton and Hr.-siiahan
i wre not artlng ln harmony und that Mrs.
Brltton aad refuaed lo spprova eortala
| ir.ules WblCb Hr-'snahan was abOUl to
cloaa Bresnahan recently said thal in
l Btb, UM and Mtl under hlo raanagement
I tho < luh oarned WBMA lt ls reported that
| Iflllor Hugglns hai been pleked to man
ige Ihe Canlinals In case hSSSnOhOB B"r
reBdera blo eontraet
Lauioaao. wiv, oct. 22.-F.ight playera
of tho St. louls I'ardlnalB, who are here
M gaSOtl Of Kdwaid Kunet< hy, the flrst
I asemati. juliu-il to-day on lecr-lpt of news
of the ileehargo of Braaaahaa In 0 state?
ment, ln which they expressed svmpathy
with Mir-snihan and laud* (1 hls WOffe as
msnsger. Ths roporl of Droanahan'a dis
Chargo caaM to the playera aa a completo
The elght plu-rrs here are Konetchy,
Oakt-H, BvSDO llauser. Magee. Burk, Qey
00 and Wlngo.
"lt looks as If ?Mlller Hugglns would
he the next manncer." HtM Burk. "Trou?
ble haa been br?wlni? slnce the blocklng
Of the 4 inclnnatl deal. by whlch K'>
n?tchy. Huggtns and MlUBT were to go
tO the Reda for a number of thelr men."
Tloifrr Bresnahan has b*en ranked as
one of the best c_tcliers ln the hlatory
of baseball. He was wlth the Giants for
several years, but in 19^ was traded to
st. l.ouis for "Rod" Murray, "Admiral"
Sthlel and the late "Bugs" Raymond.
Hhortly aft?r Jolnlng the 4-4.,-dlnals he
wae appolnted manager. When 8tanley
Robison dled, aometbtng over a year ag",
and Mrs. Brltton fell helr to the club, ha
'lgned a four-year contract, whlch haa
three years to run.
Pnder the rulea of organized baseball
Breenahan appeara to hold the upp-r
hand, and lt looks as If he could demand
full satlsfactlon on the terms of hls eOB*
HIGH PRAISE FOR MATTY
Jake Stahl Says He Pitched Best
Ball in World's Series.
|H> T>!e?;riip!i t.> TfnB Tribune
Chicago, oct 22 Jake stnhi. manager
of tbe Rod BOX, ls back In Chl4CBgO nnd
says he wants to gft ba.S4-l,all out of bhl
head The man who piloted the Amer
loaa Leasruo ,-hampions to the hlghest
honors ln baseball declared that Chrlaty
Mathewsan pltebed the most pbenomanal
games <>f any pltcher In the aertCS He
"I am n^ad we won the world'a series,
but I want to sav rlght here Uat In my
mlnd Mathewson pitched the grandest
ball i aver anw and it was too bad he
dld not wln lils Kames I wlll sav he uld
not get as good Mipport as Marquard.
"in tbe games in whlch Marquard won
were two phenomena! istches whlch
meant defeat for hlm had the bails not
een caught. Mathewaoo pitched the b?st
ball .if anv pltchera on oither aMs
"I am R4>lnp du.-k huntlng foir two
^ ek-- down In Ml.sslsslppl aboul Nov. m
t,...- i. .lo,- Wood, Tris Speaker and I/i
porte ol thc Waahlngton chih, wlll Joln
it,. i think I need a vacatkm. I feel I
have galned one,
??After i rome back T don't araal ?n>
bo.p to mentlon baseball to me. 1 want
to lorgel It, i cannol do a banklng busl
ncas and think of my players at the same
time. so I declded 10 forg.-t baseball and
attend tfl mv bank."
Stahl said ha was more than pleaseil
aith t'ie work of bls men and pr.-<llcte,l
;,,. would Wln lha p-nnant BgBlB ne?l
[Ali NEWS OF THE H
G. W. Bennett Asked to Head
U. S. Motor Co., Is Report.
WILL PROBABLY DECLINE
Electric Vehicle Dealers Con
sidering Establishment of
Permanent Show Room.
That Oeorge W. Bennett. vh e.pr^,^^
of the Wlllys-Overland* Company, ot 1$.
ledo, has been offered the presidency of
the 1'nlted btatoo Motor Company, the
big corporatlon now In process of reor
g.inl/atlon. was a well BUthflCtlcstsf r?.
port heaid along Automobile Row yeittf.
day. At the lame time it was said thi*
Mr. Bennett has refused, or will dec||M
the offlce. prefei rlng to retain hls vastlj
remuner-itlve berth Wlth ibe John V
Wlllvs organl-intlon, with the auceeaj -,*
whlch ba baa been closely identlfied for
the last two years.
I'rlor tO his removal to Toledo Mr Bttt
nott was manager of the Whlte company.,
branch in thls city. He is a veteran of
the industry. and possessed of great e?.
ecut'.ve ablltty. 1-tenJamln Hilscoe ? re
Blgnod as president of the t'r.lted Statu
Motor Company last Wednesday. fearlng
a breakdo-.vn because of the rtraln uria>r
whlch he has been worklng for the last
twelve months. He wlll leave In NoTem
her br a stay of several montha |0
Ixxal dealers in .-lectrlc cars are serl
ously ronsldering a proposltlon to encag*
an entire floor ln the new Orand Centrtl
Palace to be used as a permanent ih*??
room, wlth a denionstratlon trark aj aa
added feature. During the recent elet*
trlcal show the third floor was set r_Mt
for demonfltratlon purpose*. and beeauie
lt offered fine opportun!t1e? for flhowtaf
the flexlblllty and quletness of thlB type
of car a large number of aales w?rs
booked. The queatlon of a general ahow
room was taken up at a meetlng of thi
Electric Vehicle Aflfloclatton laat Friday.
Reporte wlll be heard at the next meet?
lng. and lt ln qulte poafllble that thi
permanent showroom idea will be carrled
The VIsk Rubber Company, of !****?
Tork. has recently completed extenalvi
ImprovementB to Its local branch. A new
four story and baaement aervlce butldhu,
frontlng ln 36th Btreet, haa been erected,
whlch merges Into the former quaxteti la
Bmadway. making an "I." shaped struct
ure. The first floor of the maln bulldinf
}ln Broadway Is used aa a salesroom and
: the second floor for the general exer-utiTs
I offtces. In the servlce buiiding the baie
' ment 1s BBSd as a stockroom for casei,
j tubes and sjndries. affordlng space for tt
least l.Ono r-a-.es and MM tUbOO, hl addl
tlon to the '.arge storage quart. rs ln tlie
basement of the older buiiding.
Tbe flret floor of the OOfflcS I t.ildlng
wtll be uaed as a shlpping a- I aerviai
room for I BStOOBOfS, the c.-mnd floor for
I handllng repalred tlres anH maklne sd
: Justments, while the thlrd and (oSTtl
tfloors are glven over tn B well <
' repair department of larga cspadty. ll
Whlch any make of t!re can be handM
qulehly and rxpertly. Tba brsi
: charge of Jay i"otbran.
| A telegram from Ralph I- I
frlend in thls cltv * - adJeatei
that tbe track ObStni lon ll
1 coverlng from tho Injury he mststnad la
? the runntag of the Orand Prlsa ? ?
that he wlll be able to come bo
WORST ROADS IN WORLD
? Glidden Declares Touring in
Mississippi the Hardest Ever.
iv , graph IO The Tritvine 1
: Clarksdale. IflSS., Oct ?.-Aft?hSt*
! tllng with washed out roado and M.-r.s
Ulppl buck-hot nnd for nmre than seventy
I mllea along the Mlsaiaatppl bottoma.
' Charles J. Olldden an.l his party of tour
U_ who are driving MajrwoU cars over
tho Ishoe-lo tho flTilf .oute botweoa De*
1 trolt and New Orleans. roaehsd narkl
j dale from Memphls In darkr.es* and put
! up for the nlght.
Mr Olldden deelared thal the nlnety
Llght mllea of roads between Memphtt
! and Clarksdale were the worst ro.i.'.i he
1 had experlenced ln over ono hundred
thousand mlles of touring ln every coon*
; trv ln tl.e worid. In the day'e run were
I many narrow escapes from dltchltlg. At
\ ter heavy ralns on Monday aight B*
tOUTlOtO found lt Imposslble to keep thel'
, , ars on the hlgh crowned road without
great danger. and thelr averaere speea
| was very low.
Assutances of more entrtes for the ?e?
conteot were glven by the Memphls auto?
mobile trade SSSOCUtlOna at a banouet te
Mr Olldden. and the eltUens of Clarlu
I dale are also tryln* to OlSJOSlSS a team
1 tO compete ln the tour. The nin t.>*m*J
row- wlll take the tourlsta to Jacks ? M
i \'h ksburg
A D1RECTORY OF
Guaranteed Rcbullt Cars
5 paaa 1912 Torpetlo 6-cjrt ...48 '? P
7 paaa. 1912 Touring 6-cyL ...4J h i>.
5 pasa 1912 Touring .<JJ ?*p.
7 pass. 1912 Laudaulel 6-cyl...38 h.p
5 pasa. iftll Touring .g ? P*
5 paaa. 1910 Touring .?" " P
Tha Locomobile Company of Amtrlca
Broadway & 76th Stroot, Now York
Telephone 7800 Schuyler.
Automobile and Coach Buildera.
Iiody biitl.ltnkt an.l renio?l*lln? a tyvrUHy.
..alntlng. upbolatery: taadera, <OTr*??rt *"4
irnalrlna wh**l?. dea?> mtable rlma.
tV METAL AND 1KON WORK.
Itothaohllil BoJIea at iacrtftca pricea
Alfred J. Walker & Co., Inc,
218-220 Weat 65th St.
Telryhona, Wi C?l- K-tabllnlieJ 1872.
A BUICat 18ll TOURlNOJ IWn. Kt'NS ANl>
look* llke naw .ar; ha* every po-alble equlp
inant. niasntto, top. _c.; four naw -ho-* ?,n
ii,.- now two new extra *ho?* and, tubea an.l
iill other attraa; car muit ba *4>?n to ba ap
ereclateJ act qulcfclr* no ilealera Inqulre for
Mr La?urd*a car, UUNICHB QARAOE. IS8d
nnd Alexajvl-x ave Telaphon* 58 -elro?.
Bodies of Quality
Kqulpped ln moat liixurlnu* manner.
*it?ll *t '>*?' ef artual value.
PAIMT1NO. I rHOIXTKRlMJ. RKfAIRING.
MTOOI'S a KKKNA.
:'?*'. Wmmt 64th Bl* Nrn Vork.
I ?ed (tr Dep't.
IU'D-aON. LlMOVaiNB, B?i8.
CU AI.MKKS ?Mr 1912.
g M K . "BB " 1912
bimplex, ??ee." 1811. . it
Alao 2 Bocilea. All car* to be sCersa ?
nrlce* that will move them qutckly.
A. fK. RANXEY CO..
noo Bisiadwar. _ -. ---
"FRiCi T0URIN6 CAR.I9M.
A HUPMOBILB nt si\K>s wa.P'N. ??;
Capaclty 1.880 Iba.. Bultablattr aM ew*
work and has a ban.l nmde bod>. **>'" ^ ,
hav- every MaalbU equlpfent on them an
new tlre* an,l alt other extraa: wl" ^ ?t,,2Mt
your offer. InqulreMr KORNKR, ???J
laad at half M4vk froai M aw i. -ia.??
Ptl . i;..SS MelroH- r
MERCE-ARROW. 1811 MODEL MIM * '
inder. llmoualne. In be*t of con.lltU>n ??
plv P. g. BICHN_H, Re'.nord. s"''1
AITOMOBILE AND Al TO TKttK *P
WWT SIDE Y. M. C. A.-IndlvMoali rsjj
work. Hmall Bhop Cla.ae*. Tru, k Po*u
waltlag. 8en<1 for booklat. 300 X\ttt Mt*
t?h..n? 7920 t'ol. ______^^_^
AUT0M0BILE8 FOR RENT;?
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OPEN AND CLObED (;A.M?
REST UP-TO-DATE MR___P
88-88 bour. 8*00 81*0 ?"????IljlU ,*,
Kaperlencad Chanffaora. Murrj?r_J"H^
?pACKAKDB.?Naw cara, llmouiln* aai <0,
Inc; by the hour or trip; *heaP r ,h,atr*
monthly .ervtee; apeclal rate* for . cft#
call*. I'NIVERHAI. TAXIMETER <*?Al>
IMKiil 53d Btrsat Phona_ PIaaa_ ?_?
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drlv*. rloth. laathar trlmm*4l; RQT?gg
BREWBTKR; other aood mJitrrJ*-^.
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