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Football & Golf & 'Cross-Country Running
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Football a Fascinating but Most j
ECHOES FROM CAMBRIDGE
Loss of Rock Sand to the Turf
Here Another Blow to the
CoMgffl football ln all Itfl lamiflcatlons
Inattag but most pn-piexing
atudy. J??t when one thlnhfl that aome
light has been shed on BOrOfl problem Bat
isfactorlly solved, an ingte turna up
Whlch completely changes the whole com
i.lfxlon and npens the puzzle afresh. I,
? feeling that Harvard wouid defeat
princeton, aa toid la Bat_rday_ Tribune,
pparent strength at
,n.l tackie bui my football sense
way the Tlgera played
md half. and even now I llno lt
hard to ratrtmeHa their showing wlth that
oi" thfl week before against Dartmouth.
The attack so powrrful. so varled and ao
resoureeful on October II wa? weak.
vaclllatini; atid lmpottnt on November 2.
flrtve was gone, tho punch was lack
ing. The -Mwef, of eooree, geeenfl plain
iii that the Harvard defence was better
developed nnd far more formidable. rigld
aad compact than furnished by the Oreen
eleven. Baek of this. I think. however.
was a suddon less of confldence on thfl
part of thfl Tlgers?a mental condition
that bordered on n panic, wlthout the lofll
for ono mlnute of stout hearted courage
and foneful determlnatlon. It was ln
splrlng to seo Princeton stop three dflO
perate plunges Inslde the 5-yard llne ln
the last few minutes of play, even tbough
the defence finally was hrokea down; It
wae dlacouraging neverthelesa to follow
era of the team to aee the backs stopped
ln thelr tracka or thrown for a loss as
tho forwards were brushed hfllde. the
roor nuntlng. the hapbazard passlng and
the costly fumbling. It was a weak punt
b opened the way for one of Brlck
i, v's drep-kkked loala; lt wbb a fumble
h paved the way for another; 11
an intercepted forward paaa, many yards :
wlde of the mark, which led up to tba
touchdown. The Tlgers have mueh to do j
ln the next two weeks lf Yale ls to be j
beaten. The eleven which looked so '
strong eevea daya age needs a lot of
buildlng and nowhere so much as in the
llne. Such brilliant backfl ns deW tt.
-Uoh- i t, rendleton and Wallei
practically powerless on Baturday
bai auaa they were ggflotherad before Balrty
Harvard's running attack laehed va
but it araa forceful enough for all
rementfl of the moment. and lt
bered that Yale BOOUtfl '
Hu n do doubt was covered.
?md it may ba emphaalaed that the Crlm
nm , ml-defenalva game a larg<
part of the tlma by punUng on tlu
dowa Them was method In thla, as tt ?
i wen apared mneh exhauatlng ef
;,.rt. and OPOO Beld playa were not dls
%wan tlmea durlng the
?lruggle wt..n i gueetloned the geaeral
ehip of Gardner, the Harvard quarter
baek, partlcularly la tln- choice of his
playa WbM the Princeton backs came up
' scrimmage to support th?
forwarda aa akarty brought out by Bo)
MetaCOT la Tb( Tribune yesterday Such
lam of Oardner, bowaver, may not
be altogatber Cabr. Uttle bappenlnga lead
that the team is still run
largely freoa the atd? llnee, In aplU of
io dlaoeurage tbe practlce. The sub
??; ,n of Wlgglea worth for I'arn ?
fld a touchdown
was one of Ibaac happanlngfl which looked
nifrtflflWI On thfl defence the Crimson
icarn flhOWOd BflUOh tinlsh. Tiie forwards
chargad aharply; t;.e tackling, whUa a
ragged at Ilrst, improvcl Wltb thfl
game. Some of the pla^w ra Ware mystltled
at flrat by Prlnceton'b forward paaaea and
a touchdown resulted, but later
Hived tliLs, too, and turned them to thelr
BWfl aCCOUnt Altogether Harvard has B
tvell developed football maclilne for
ime of tho season. aad I fOreaee a won
flcrful battle at New BaVOfl 00 Novem?
rhailey Pi lekby gOOfl about his drop
?nd place klcking in BOOh a matter of fact
wav that he makes difflcult goals look na
easy a8 picking toams tO beat I'< tmsyl
vanla and Coi-flU in thls tli"Ir year of
much tribulation. This retnarkable. ath
lete |s a boat In himself for thfl Crimson.
I have rarely lf over seen such flnlsh and
BkUl I" kickmg. not fOTgetttng BudaOO,
once ihe st.tr of thfl CaiUfllfl Indians,
Charley Daly and Ted Coy and Arthur
Hewe. I'nleaa 1 miss my goeflfli he will
haa ?'" ? the slde Bt Dartmouth and
Yale Ihe aeaeon enda.
cking of Indlvlduals, I would say an?
other woid of Pennock. tho Harvard
guard. who looks of AaVA_Httoa timber.
He ranged over .-o much terrltory th.it ba
kept bobblng uj' ln the most unexpect-d
places. Hltoheoek. I KOfar, Fel?
ton. orttto*) punting waa eoaapleuoui
iif*e?ka also did doadfl Of football valor.
The Tlgers were Bfl (II-aipointltig Itiiiivid
ualiy an they ware oollactlvely. Phffllpfl,
at tackie, and Dunlap. whlle in tha game,
alor.e ttood out. ln my opinion. although
Bluetht-nthal was ateady and eonsistent
nnd Iv-gan falrly so. The loxs of Dunlap
ls a serlotis blow for Princeton. The ln
Jury to his weak shoulder no doubt Wlll
eauaa hla ratlraenant Apparentl]
chlef excuse for kcepmg Andrews ln ,tbe
Itne ls his r-billty ln*forward paeatng. He
ls easlly boxed and dangerously slow m
The gaaas was hard. even flerce B|
tlmes, but not vlclous, and much ttoet
from undue roughnass than tbe. PrlBOe*
ton-Dnrtmoutb BtTUggle, Tliis was due
ln part ptrhaps to the way ln wl.lrli Di
Carl wiuiams, oi Penasyhranla, ndmin
Istered Ua arduous d_tlcs as umpltv.
liilly i.angford, of Trlnlty, also was the
same ofnelent referee as ln game after
game. Not a fault could be found with
the way the contest was handled. De*
ciMnns were falr ancl impartial.
Yalo loet a high clnss guard and a good
fellow whon York dled of pneumonla last
v, ask, and one must admlrc the splrlt
which put football aslde for a few days,
even to the canc.ellution of the 'varslty
and freshman games on Saturday out of
reepect to hls memory. Some persons are
laylag hls death at the door of football,
and this is a plty. aa on the word of the
doctors Ir. attenriance tlie game was in no
way f .-'I'ont-lble, not even indlrectly.
Football has suffered a lot from the at
tacks of the unthinklng and pn ludlced
ehssnrsr, and now tho opportunity has
been offered onco more for thla bloode<l
reformers, who would reform by tearlnK
down. to ralse thelr voices. lt is no time
to howl. _
It may bo sliRhtly out of place to dls
cuss Yile football while Yale Ib ln mourn?
ing for one of its players. so tbat I wlll
dlsmiss the subiect this week with only B
few words. Tlie coaches at New Haven
are following the usunl pollcy of a slow
but sure development. which accounts ln
pari tor the small score-s run up. I'nh-ss
I i,:.i sadly astr.cy. however. u powerful.
well balanced tom is in the making ?"<!
ono Whtek !s likely to mnke amends for
th" BOBMWhal ellsappolnUng scason a
year ago. 1 feel convlnced that t'ornrli
WlU lesd the team Into actlon at quar
t.-rbark nfcainst both Prineeton nnd Har?
vard, aad I am r.-asonably sure that the
ends wlll be the brlliliant Bornelsler und
the steady, hard playing (Jallauer. Hoth
men are ln far better condltion than re?
ports would Indlcate. For guarels at;d
t:tekloa thcro ls no end of good materlal,
while Kstchatn'a rains as a rentre is well
ki.'.wn. In the barktleld. too. there ls no
dearth of good materlal. ao that Yale men
ba?e no reason to fosl une-asy.
So mnny confllctlng reports have come
to me from lthaca nrient the Cornell team
thal lt is my purpose. to run up there
Saturday to see tbe elevrn ln actlon
.; Dartmouth. ' have a feellag thnt
the early Kames with thelr dls'neartenina
ts cannot hc- BCOSPtSd as the true
ire of Cornell. materlal an.i Cor
nell's ablllty. Too many of the ngulara
v.re out of the Riinif and too many ex
perlmenta were betng.tnade to furnljh a
trus llne. I have lost noi.e of my <t>nfl
. in Daa Reed, head coach last year,
wbo thi? aeaaaa is eollaboratlng with Dr,
Sharpe and glvlng his full time to the
lorwardS. Thera are few better line
ln the country- As to Hr. Sharpe
himself, the contidonce which corn-'l! men
seem to bava in blm means much. Tha
, ;,.., prol lem ..' pn lent i1- the lack of h
end fleld general, but lf Bddle nmler re
rrOTfl hls injured ankle this fnnlt
is likely to be remedled. Trainor lacki
uperlsBCS and Dlsle Smlth, othere
:. faiis apparently to ti
hia men with the necesaary confldenee in
,1,,- cholce of his plays. Dartmouth may
ore ot test than Cornell needa.
and it looks to me at thls wrltlng as lf
ano;her def. at was Imp.n-lnif. bttt thi
team from Hha<_ flr.ally may rise to th'
More or bs." of a lull ln the football
thls week. There ar
good gasaea on the oard, but notie
b stand ">'t partloularly, as was the
case inst Bnturday, whea Harvard faced
PrlDoeton. Vale will take the fleld agalnat
Brown for a strugglo which promlses to
tbrow some llght on tbe more lmportant
|0 tollow. ljartmouth, as aald be?
fore, wiii make it interc-sting foi Cornell,
Harvard may OStoh a tartar ln Yancl.-ibl'.t
Unlrerslty, irom. Naahrllle, Tenn., which
has Men piling up polnts ln the most
amaslng way. Pennsylvania wlll try to
find Its wuv ba-'k to the football map by
tteg Michigan-no easy task; while
Prtnoeton wiii take n out on New raral
Wssleyaa ls almost sure to earn a for?
ward piare ln the ranklng thls ye-ar and
to BUpplant Trlnlty as the leader among
..dle-r eollSgc s. The elevrn rontlnued
Us vlctorloii' way by defe-atlng 1'nton
criy own collegci on Haturday. Thls ln
Itseif may not have been ao mu.-h, al?
though tho Fnlon team has a prrttv good
reeord of its own thls year. but YVetsleyan
did not nr-r-cl that vietory to estahllsh It?
seif a; worthy <>f oonsideratien among
thS lirst i.ix or Slght teams In tbe Kast.
rrrd'Duly. a former Yale captain. ia
gSttlag results iti coaching the Wllliams
eleven. Tliero ls bound to be much sat
lafaetlan in beutins Cornell, more par
tlcularly as the Purpln team came fiom
behlnd 1? the last half. when defeat
looKed r_*8onably aure. The Wllliams
Wesleyaa same at Wllllamstown on Hat
tirdity loonis np among the best of the
day. lt wlll settle a c,uestioii of rank?
lng that otherwlee would be hard to
Roy Mereer, c:iptain of the Pennayl
team aad aas of the best baeks of
t!i. football world a year ago, la Hterally
MahOt to p!'"'"s." BS the saylng goes.
Btanl training for almost a year la
begtnnlBg io trll. The Qnakers have
three cume-s left to play with Michigan,
c.riisio and CoraalL They may arta one
of the three, but the season already haa
born stamped a fallure. almost a dls
W hen Hor-k Sc.no was 8hl|>ped to France
on Saturday the breedlng Industry in thls
oountry suffered a severe blow, and I can
Ref U. 8. Pat. OO
R Y E
Tlie Standard ol RYE Whiskey
'Gvaranteed Pure RYH Whiokcv Under Na
^OLDCROWjd Mon-i luxe 1 ood Law, ferial Number b*6j |QlD^0WK
SliiO 0i_ id QU3 SEALEQ BOTTLES EY-MIIIRE
NEVER SOLD IN BULK
VvTT MTHI LARGIW BOFlLbRS OF OLD-FASHIONED HAND-MADfi
SOUR MASH STRAIGHT PURE RYE WlibKEY IN THE WORLD
H. B. KIRK & CO-, New York, N. Y.
Brlckley Uninjured in
Battle with Princeton
Gridiron Star in Good Con?
dition After Heroic Sland
Against the Tigers.
1 Uy Telearaptl to Tiw Trlbttt>< I
Cambrldga, m.-.ss.. Kov. c.-Thc Harvard!
football teatn CatM out of Iti
agalnat Princeton in very good eondltlon.]
.Most of the men dropped many poundej
in welght, br.t Trumbull, ihfl rlghl guai I,
w?? ihfl only player hurt Ha received a
MOW on the side. and at tlrst li
thOOght that a rlb was broken, but thls,
pmved not to be the case. although I, l
wlll not play any more football for a
werk or ten da],;
Brlckley, who was eompletely used up
at tho end of the game, and WBO, man]
thought. had collapeed, waa ?11 rtfhi a
CRITCHLEYS HII SNAG
Winning Streak Broken by St.
After winning three atralght gamea la
the New York State League champlonsbtp
series, the Cfttehleya fltrucb a *".(K "?
their flght to hold ni'-t plaee when tbey
were defeated at Hi Nulty Fleld yeater?
day by the st. Oeorga eleven, Th? score
was 6 to II Ncwman and Campbell wi re
ln great form for th< wlnnera, and eaeb
seenrfd three goals.
The llne-up f0llOW8i
Rl Qeorpafe). PoKitioris. Crltebleya (I).
Jories .(.. Marehall
Nasier .H. h.Hunter
Mtlaee .LB.H. \?ar
('aldernank .It H. Brewn
Btevena .C. M . '
M I'uiraux .U 11. 1 *gt
Boyle .O. li.N mt u
Newmtfl.i it.MeBrl li
Campbell .C.?. Devlln
Valentlne".I. i.. .ibanh Jt
I.l. k ....O. 1.. I
Qoele- Campbell, n. an.i Newmen, :; ter Bt
Oeerge; Bbanholt, _.'. an.i N Agat. I, f";
riitcnteya Iteferae T Johnaen UaHmtn
ne for Ht Weorge; Roaa for Cfltchleya.
Time M.ihea of 45 mhmtev
The Brooklyn Celtlea humbled the Nea ;
Tork Celtlofl at Edleoa Fleld, Brooklyn,
yeaterday, )?> a aeore of i te i. ln fl Kew
Vork State League chatnpionship |a
The tlrst half was fa?t and furlous, anu" |
after forty-dve mlnutea of play aell
team aecured a potnl
T .. llne-up fOlloa -
H'k _ CelUCB (4). I'onltl.na. N Y. ' 11
Oavln.Q . l'aackcn
\ Robertaoo R I ......
laoi.U H .
i lai .gmi .R. M .
.] ii ' i*Hen
MrKreevey .o R
O'llBllaran .II: V magan
w ateen .i I
Rweeney.I. W ... Dw-T'
Welah .0 L
(i Hallaran and
? ?; Pbllllpi ?
y. rl. Celtlea Referee 0 ... II. oll L,
V, Watah fi i Ur-.' k mi ? ? ui ? '?'? '? ,
i v-? Tort < eltli ? 'J Ime Halvea al
46 mlnatae eai k.
Following up thelr rtctory of iaturday
over thfl Central Touag Men'a Chrtatian
Aflfloctatloo, the Faltoa Football Club de?
feated tba Bpanl i ana at \'jn
Cortlandt Park yeeterdaj by tl
score of 1 to 0.
Oetting bnck Into tbelr old Btrtde, xh
('nmeroris trlumpbed over tin Clan M
Kenalea st Ifarquette Oval, Brooklyn, m
b ehampkmahlp game of tha New Forh
state League 1 ? aeore of I bo I it
was avldent from the etart thal d
wera baek In Ihelr old champton
Bhlp form. and there was ROl a mlnute
dnilng thfl game Whflfl they were ofT thelr
in a aecond dhrlelon ehamptonebip
game played at McVilty Klflld thfl Bt
Oeorge I'nlted anu Clan M< l.uffe battled
Olnety mlnutes to a tle of ': goals each
At a meetlng of the N>w Vork Btate
League to bfl held on Baturday the diaw
ing of the second round nf the eup tlfl
lOrtflfl wlll be dflddOd. The meetlng ban
attrscted much attention, Bfl man. kffl
wonderlng who they win be nitted agalnal
ln the next round for the eup,
Replaylng the Brflt round of the A. IV A
flup tle eeries Rt Harrlson Oval, HartleOa,
n. J., yeaterday, the Wanderera, of itM.uk
lyn, auccunlbed to the Bcottlab'AflBorleaaa
by a aeore of z to l la a hard fought
Lattlr. The Wandcrcr* mlaaed two op
portunltlea to aeore when Craarford was
Intrueted wlth two peaaKy kirks and
falled to oount.
At Maroon Fleld the Bureka PleldClub
took the Anglo-S'axon el<iVflB into camp to
the tune Of I to 0 ln a second dlvlnion
game of the New Vork State league.
At Xc-wark the flan MeDonaldfl defeat?
ed tha Newark FMd Clob In a champion
Bhlp game of thr New Vork State LeagUfl
by I aeore of 2 lo 0. The game whs ona
Of thfl faatflOt seen Ig thla district in some
not let this opportunity go hy to say one
ruoie word on a aubjeet whlch Is oloafl tO
the hearts Of all good BportflOMO, AUgUUt
Iielmorit, chalnnaii flf thfl Jochey ("lub.
was right when he said last week :
"Tho l.nlted States no longer affords to
the Ihoroughbred an opportunity for ex
hlhltlng conspicuous merlt on a par wlth
the thoroughbreds of Kngland or France
or. for that matter, of any Luropean
country, even the nmallest."
One of these days th- Unlted States
will awake to the DflflflflOtty of buildlng
Up and not dlacounglag aa Industry
whidi means so much to the WfllfaTfl Of
any country not only ln time-. pf i ggt >-.
but ln tlmes of war Nothlng parhaga
thal Mr. Belmont or any other niemb.-r
of the Jockey Club has ever sald In dls
( ut^lng raeing Hnd breedlng so fltOBfty
Bummed up the sltuatlon or brought out
fo forclbly the loss whl. h thls rountry lfl
snfferlng and wlll suffer In thfl dedine of
thfl breedlng lndustr\.
Cnfortunalely or not, as the point af
view may be, the breedlng ef thorough?
breds la dependent upon rtv Ing. Apait
from the fact that tc*tK are needed to
weed out the ciills. the Incentlve to mnln
taln costly breedlng fletabUflhflBfltttfl ls b>?t
wlthout the rich produce fltekflfl to en
courage tho breeders to invest thelr money
wlth aaOM chance for h retum. The law
which was aliiicl at b(,okinuklng. but bit
raclng such a ataggering blow, mav ha
Intarpreted in tbna te open tha trackn
BMB more, and It la bepoi <hat BUCk maj'
ba the case, as again I ugree wlth .Mr
Relmont that raclng as an exotlc for the
favored few wlll nevt-t lend the pmper
atlmulus Bo neceiwary to the breedlng in?
feu mlnutea after he reacbed the lock.r
Captalfl Wendell could, have remained ln
the- battle longer, bul hls aakls was weak
i,. BOUld not get any BpSSd He IW
Ur i from the gams roluntarlly, so as:
io oe ln geoa condltion for the NBMln?
Ing 0 ntests. purtloulaily the Yale gHtno.
Thera Wlll be only the- lighte-st practice
ln the Btadlum thll week. as thS eleven
- down llne, Agalnst VanderbHt. the
ii n cnampiona, wbo wm come to
rnmhrldge this wi k, Hanrard rery Bke
iy wiii atsii h BBbstltats leam, and use
tn. regulara only toward the Hnlah.
The Hs.i sndorgraduatea won s
large amouat of aaoney aa tbs Prlaaatoa
laklng all tbs bsts offered by U*
i . undi rgraduatest wbo left for born
gaturday night wltb aaapty pock. ?
Ons resuH of laturday*i game is that
. i'ii:i. n v iii replace CooUdga sl right aad
on tiie- Harvard rasb llne?
EASY FOR HARRY SMITH
RompsHcmea Winner in Union
Harry J. ?mlth.%tha f..rmer Pastlme
runner, recent winner ef ths ten-mile
nstlonsl chsmptonsnlp, saslly defeated
ths Beld of twenty harrlers that cotn
peted in tbe Bull Meese four and a half
mile run of tiie I'lil-m .Settlement Athletic
ciub, held yesterday, Smlth. took com
mand al the start. and althougii com
pelled to run hard In the early stages of
?l.e- Journey, showed hls speed ln the last
mlle to win by a hundred yards.
Robert '; itigby. ot the Putaam Ath?
letic Club and .lohn J. Staok. UBStlaohSd,
who wero close contendera arlth smlth
throughOUt, t':tilshc,| MCOnd and tbtrd, ro
?-I. tlvely, b bars Irre >anis spart
The aummsr. followa
Positlon. Name an<<
1 11 .1 smlth/ nnattaih?-J '
! tl. W lilsi >. I'utnAii. A. >'
I I J s'ta.V;. uiiHtta.hed. .. -".:t"
4 v.. ii Horton, -maits rt*. ,. :*04
I j .i \\ llllan i, Mornlngsida \ C
'. I Ceotello, 'inatts-!i?d .W:40
: ? . Pevle, [rleh American A >
k .t str.-. *r, oaanam 4. A J ?? .
? u itmke. I'nioti Rettleneat a C .. rs.
-? ll, lileh- \:uer|. au A C
:i I: Klng. i. t'nlon Settlement A. <
H - irsnsm A A. H:?S
13 P l_llv. I nl.ui relMemetit V C ... _? :.
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II \t ? lllni t nion RettlemeM A C. 2*:4
is? E. Hai.u. ii. .>? Crasa I. "'57
it il. f.Moii. L-n_ lalaaS A. C. 44 I
There waa a rtubboru dud for vietory
In the we.kly run >*t the Young Men's
Cathollc Lyeeum, he-i.i over its thraa and
thr,-.-qnun-? :i ?? eenrss at Cellegs
Polnl i rederlch iMier. of the Knight*
of st Antony, who led ths fieid bo_M
last week, Kain?-.i th. honora
Th- summai | f.-llo* <
Poa Name and rlub
rl*l er, Knla ta ..f H' Antony ,,, ISrCB
J U II KL Ild* A. C...... !?> 1?
Man l*arklri-..n. Hra Ihurst ' lk'.t
4 11 .? l... rf, I A A . . IS 4S
'.- i oaaai v m >' i. .. is 4*
a "Walt" Cnllen. Morntng.!.* \ C. i" ?'?_
; C l'..p- BfcenSaa A .' .. 1444
H Man . >..ir?. ht i.,?.rte A . .. II- "1
tanam A A m 04
i ? ? \ m ? i.. .. ttsss
i-xlwani A Hunger, tha toraaer Cornell
?tance runne i, i rovsd the
vict.? in tbe weekly ineltatlon three and
thr.eeii.itter mlle i'>n held by th- Mera<
Ingsldo Athletic dub. Munger wm ron
t.: ? t-> aeh In .1 i emfertaMe iK>*iti.>n
until ihe two-mlle p"st was rea. hed,
when h- lumped Into the Isad to win as
The Bummary followa
POS \ni ..- kl 1 ? lub. 1 Ime.
1 .: A llanger, unatta ? - II M
. ! M ai^ Domlnlean Lyceum. 14:tt
:i Tln 0 r. I astlms A. c. 44 14
4 V Keallt.a. I A A. C.10 .'-'
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? i nlcar I.y.-eum. '.o 47
7 a. lowan-w. BweSlah-Am. A. c... .1 o.'v
. Iman, Mori Ing ild< A C.21 -'?
?. i- Covlter, MornlnsaMa A. C. -1 '-'7
inlev, unalt.e li-d . . _l :_
Oeorge HOOlSy, of the frlsh-Amerlcan
Athletle Club, who for the Inst two years
has been aeeklng relnatateaMBt by the
Amateur Athletic Fnion, sxperleneed little
dlfllculty In winnlng Ihe weekly ronti+t
nf Um Osed counsel club, In Brooklyn
(leorge rTedertckS, of tt-o Klngs County
Athletle Association, was BSSOai and
Arthui f&cheJt, ol Um Oaad Ceansal Club,
The aammary foiiows:
I NenM and elub Time
i ?; Booler, Irlnh Am<*rlran \ c . .lHi.7
_ i: FreJerteko, Klnga Counli v A..B0.0S
.; a Bcbaf, ......a Counsel rlub .40.M
i s Kommlaky, Deerfoot \. C.20 :?
I' Maeaate, nnotlaehe<| .21:40
a -j. Ferrall, ciood ceaaaet ciub.41:44
i dar. Aeme k. C.43:04
s \ K< llv. Klngs I'nnnty A. A._?_ 2.^
II---W t'oekran. A'-me A. C.-J4 -\:,
Tbe OlenCOS Athletic Club, of Harlem.
1.1,111 Its 'crosa-country aeason with a
four-mlle run, the honors golng to Joe
Bedell, Who DUlled away from the fleld In
the last (|u;iit.-r of a mlle. James Blrch.
a clubmeta eontSndsd fur the leadlng po?
sitlon with Bedell, hut weakened at the
crltical point, and was t.assed by Frank
Ths Bummary follows:
poe. Ksme and clah, Time.
t .1 Kedell, C||^nr.>e a. r. 2?l:.^0
| I' BngMoOtn, lilenroe A. c'. 4a_4B
I .i Blrch, <;i?n,.,e A. C. _?i :i.%
4 .i Bulllvan, Oleacoa A. C. 'io.to
B lt. l.ii_b:....m, illenroe A. C . _ii 47
5 N kli Miinn. Ht Ann'a A. A. _o.Vs
7 i O'Nell, BreeSway A. C. Hia
S II. ureenl.erg. unattarhert. 21 10
B \ i lettmaa. i>nn_nt a. c.41:14
10 lt Qoode, Minstrel A. C. 21 :r.
Tmminl'k Oerelll, of the Itallan Oym
riaslum As.?orlatlon, made n pror.sslun of
tbe weekly run of the I'ennnnt Athletle
Club, leadlng home the fleld nt thlrfy ath
letes hy a margln of 200 yards. Harry
Frlck, th.- vouritfster of tho Bronx c^hurch
ll.piise, was second. 100 yards In front of
Hobert Sebrlng, ot the old Mott Haven
Athletle ciub. GsreHI eavsaad the four
nnd g epiarter miles In 21 minutes 20 sec
Tbs sanuaary tollowa i
PM, N'Kine ate1 rluh Time.
1 I> Clerreill. Iisllsn-Atnerlran O. A.. 21 20
'. II PYtck, Bronx ii.ii li llnusp .... '.".' 0o
.1 rt Sebrlng. M?tt Haven A C. 22 1*
4 .1 C'erllio, UhliHi. Ao.- il- iu li A_ ?__ .4
I v. UrwwaM, Pennant a C. -. :to
fl (] Im.arro, Itsllnn Amerlran M. A. 2'.'.11
7 \V Peterson. Mott llaien A. C. Ti 'tt
s i i-,,vne. iiuh- Croaa t.v.eum. __.?..?
c, .; Cerlno itiiiisn American O. A... '.'.'".;>
H> | ohland, uiiatts.-hed. 561.24
Aitliui- Mnrtbv iinnttHebed. waa ngsin
suciessful ln winnlng the weekly run of
the Kinrs county Athletle Assoclatton.
held In Kast New York. Kalvatore Dono
frlu, nf St Mlchael'a I.yceum, followed Ifl
aer-ond positlon, TT. ynrc'.a behlnd. Mor
rls's time for the three and a half mllee
was N mlnutea II seconds
The summary followa:
I'os. Nsnie and rlub. Iime.
I A. Motrls. unattarhed ._0:_0
'.' S' Ponofrlo, Ht Mlehsel's I^-peum
S?A. C Klng. unattached. -i> '7
4 ?J. Heaman. Brooklyn Evenlng H. S.'.'l II
B A. Wlthtngt-in. Klng* County A. A.|1:B7
? i: Nelson, unattaehed.21 41
7? V. Hlni. 1rl?h-Amerlran A. C.21:4S
fc- -T Young. Mara Club.22 11
fi i; Herbs, West Harlem A C._2 23
iei h r Koster. Irlsh-Amerlcan A. C. .22:40
11?J, 1". McDulT, ITesentiitlon Club .23:01
Travers and Anderson Lose to
Kirkby and Smith.
BIG GALLERY SEES MATCH
Competitive Oolf Season Near
ing End with Election
Oewald Kirkby, of Buglewood, and Aiea
Smith. the Wykagyl "pro," joirud foreea
in a four-h.iii match agalnat Jerome D.
Travers, the national and metropolitan
ainati ur eh implon, and Tom Anderson,
'i.. the Oakmont pioffl?lonaV at the
Ifontfltatr t.olf Club yesterday, and the
flrst named pair won l y a ^core of 4 up
and 1 to play at eighteen hoiflfl. Nothing
'Uartllng was BOOOmpttflhed, tne mki'''^
fui coupie returnlng a best ball of ~i, a
s.oie that Travera blmeelf has beaten
with tour aucb promlnenl exponents of
drlver nnd Iron gatberod together It is
not surprlslng that u largfl gallery turm-l
out. and Ineluded among UlOOfl who
walk'.l nnd shiver. .1 OVOT the Unkfl were
a BUmber of New Yorkcrs. The, totich of
winter ln tlie sharp Wlfid douhtlesa af
fected the players. Travers In purth' ih.r
being Ofl bl* game. Kirkby, however.
made few mlatakee, hut when he did Bltp
a cog Bflfllth generall>' came to the re.
cue. Anderson drOVfl IiIh unual long ball,
but. long as he was, the Westcrn Penn
svlvanla opon champlon did not have
murh on Kirkby and Smith. Travers had
nelther length nor dlrcctlon, and he al*o
topped two drlven.
At the o.jtset Klrkbv took up the btir
den for his slde by gettlng down a long
put for a halve ln 4 with Anderson at the
flrst hole, wlnnlng the second ln I, when
Travers sliccd a second shot out of
bnunds, and halvlng No. ?, when Smith
fell a trlfle green flhy on the approarh.
Botb Travers nnd Anderaon made a haab
Of the long fourth, so that they became -
dewn. a iine n by the Oakaaortt "pro"
won the r.fth hole for his Blde. Andersen
got tt.e n, thanha to a i_r.it raeovery
fmm the rough, the ball golng almost into
1'p the hli! to the seven th nelther An?
derson nor Trav< ra could r?| a 4. ao 'hat
they became 1 doflm kgaln Bmlth then
added to tlie cOnfUSlOO Of th- oppoaltlon
hy wlnnlng the ,-lghth hole ln ::. A stead
|ar ihort game won No. I for Travera
und his partner. t>o that tbey turned for
home 2 down. They had a best ball of 4".
as against rr; for the othera. Travera wea
la trouble ggaln at tl '? tenth, bnt Ander?
son got down a four-foot put for a halve
in 4. Over the hM to tha eleventh both
Knilth and Kirkby drOVB the HK'Ti, a
n...tt>r of -l'l yarda, and it remalned foi
tha Bnglewood champlon 'o ave a hihe
for his si.ie when Smith took three puta.
Klrhhy pulled i.ls drive to th-- arooda at
1h<? twelfih. add after fa:llng tO get out
on hlfl leeond flhot pbked up, dependlng
upon hla partner, who reaponded to thi
call by arlnalni ti." hole ln ::. Anderson
mlaaed a ten-foot irv for a balva Aft-r
all got f'a at the thlrteciith, Kirkby in
creabed the advantage of bla itde to 4 up
t.y ninnlng tbe fourteenth In ?;. Ander oo
and the Upper Moiitclau golfOT mlBBBll
puta of leaa than i > -i r.i ihera That
left Kirkby ar.d Smith dornrie 4, and the
matCb WOm th'-iia wlth B halve ln ?
th(. next k.-r. ? n TraVOTB Rot the 4 f.'i
hle slde. gettlng home wlth a llne aec?
ond shot attei topplng his drive. Thoy
played? out tha b<e bolee. aad Kirkby
brought th?* affair to a cloae by running
down a thlrty-fout put tor a 4. That
put and th, rniH I..- brought otT on the
tlrst Rre?n were the beat ef the >ia>.
Approslmatlng Kirkby, a I at the
twelfth, he got arouiul ln about ~. At
deraon was about 77. Snitth ,9, and Trav?
ers could not bave got h< tter than 81. It
c.,ti thereforo be seen that the Champlon
arOfl Matly half a etroke a hole off his
usual form. The best ball cards were as
Kirkby ani Smith?
out . 4 4 4 rt 4 o 4 X 4 .17
ln .I | I | | | | | | i |
Tra\eri an.l AfldefOBfl
(int .4 rt 4 e. I B rt ft I I"
In .4 ;j 4 .' 4 4 ;i 4 5 .;n 7fl
Competitive goif bareabouta thla week
wiu be conflned to the annual champion
ship teornanMnt of the n>w Ytirk Ath?
letic ciub over tiie iinka ni Poa Hllls on
Thursday, Frtdgy and baturday. Many
of ti.e metropolitan golfl?g eyee, however,
wlll turn toward the annual fall tourna?
ment of the Country Club of Atlantlc
Clty on the Mine dnys, but Just who of
the n-arhy goltlng talent will vlslt the
seaaldr, r> inains In doubt. DeetlOO I'ay.
however. wlll be the slRnal for hundreds
of golfera IO take to the links, and for
thls day a great number of olub comprtl
tlona liave been I rovbl.-.1. < mtelde of
Tbanksglvlng. MectlOn I>ay wlll bo the
last big day of the year'e golf.
There wlll be u one-<lay coinpetltlon for
women thls coming week at Nassati, al?
though the orlglnal schedule of the Wom?
en s Metropolitan Oolf Assoclatlon has
been conipleted. Thla year has been tho
greatest frotn the vlewpolnt of tho falr
nex, an pvi-ii twenty one-rluy conipi titlons
having been held so far. The uvtiage
attandaaoa haa beea forty or more, arhUa
on many 001 aslons there havo been nOTfl
than llfty women to tofl up, notubly at
Montclair on Motnluy an<l at Qrecunteh
the Thursday before. There wero forty
at the Century (,'luh on Tuenday.
Theaii one-day touriiumeiits lor women
have proved not wlthout thelr usea, for
now wlnnera of prlncipal prizes have
been developed at tlmea throughoiit the
seaaon, partlcularly recently. I'or ln
stanco, on Tuesday Mrs. Kdwln S. Uayer,
of (Vntuiy, was the gross wlnner. y0h.
Bayai won bflff B *t BttBt on that 00*
cas.on. as did the tn-t wimicr, Miss OfaOfl
Farretly, <>f Bagleweod, Miss Louaa
? Jtahfim, of North Jeise>. the OffOOaWleh
wlnner, Was another to ragOh he: j;..al
for the Ibst tun-, while the thlrd Instance
of newcomers In the ranks of prlae wln
ncrs waa tliat of Mrs. ThomaM Truvls, of
Montclair, who won the chlef prlae thero
and led the fleld ln th- boglfl bbndlCgg
MSAOOM ii..oi.u >rt t.ri,k
( HA*E A>SO( iatio.n.
BELMONT PARK TERMINAL tT
ELECTION DAY, TUtS.. NOV. 5
Kta*ple. hsaea. n?t Kacen * Vony Racea.
riHOT UA. _ _i p. M.
?.?Special traln le,,\<s I'enn'a ItBtlea at
1 ",i p m i-.inn.ollng at Jnmaira wlth
I nl ni.in ri ..in KUtlian. ave., MrookU-u.
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.
t*A( KAIIUS. -.New c?r?. iimousine un.i tour?
ing: by the hour or trlp, rheau ratea for
monthly Benrlee; apeclal raten for theiitre
calla IMVKItSAI, TAXIMKI'KH ?'AR CO?
l'.a Kaat rt:.- Htreet. I'lmnn IMaia 2100
Ebt-UANT ,'.-paa?eiis?r Hudeon; OVnera
ilr1\e: weakly arranijenietiii made, l'J.50
per hour. Telephone 8*t Malroae.
ALL EYES ARE ON HERTHA
New Mare the Centre of Inter?
est at Speedway Matinee.
Hertha (S:l?tt)< a brown mare from
the Quaker City. who made her debut on
tho Speedway yesterday, was the centre
of Interest at the Bpeclal matinee. Hertha
has paced a balf in .">_ aeconda ln her
home town. aad every one was anxloua
to see her do it he-re. Thomas Umk did
in t promlse that, but he did expect to de?
feat Walter LMelmeyer's Dos BSOS
Hertha r-ame down the atretch in the flrst
bsal with the strlde which has made her
famous, and she defeated Mr. Edelmeyer's
mare in. 1:02. Hut alas for her hopes:
She refused to stay on her feet ln the
ne-Kt two beatSb an(l t)os Keos clalmed
them iti sh'W time.
The Buanaarlss foilow:
CT.ASS Btm CQLTI tnrO-S THRKF: YEARP.
Havvvortli. blk. tr. frt. O'Nell). 1 1
ijlad JjO&y, b, m. (J. Kulibnan). 2 2
Timr. |:1B, 1:1a
TP.ciTTINC! CUAM B.
WstebSUt b K 'Hr. Jone-s). 3 i 1
Horiuittn MrKInney, h m fM Boett).. l 2 2
Tommv Atkln*. b g. (I. Hlanksi.2 3 3
Tiu.-, 1:14 1:1-. 1:11%.
Midnight I)lr?ct. hr. m. IN. O'Nell). 1 1 ,
Barbara WltherHpoon, b. m. iM. Aronaonl. I 2 i
Ma.-k Kranklln. b. g. (H. Smlth). 3 _
Tline. 1:0?l. IM%.
f.lttle nils A., blk. m. 1.1. Iynnon). 1 1
The Tlp. b. s. _l.. Snilthl. I ?'!
Kl[.penii, br, g (C, Peadt). 4 2
Msnasduke, br ic. fl Postl. 3 4
Tba* IM, i:o?V
TMoTTINC iT.V- I
Oakland Ro>, b. g (fl ''onkllnl. 1 1
.startie, b. k (?. Bhoemaker).???? 2 '.'
-. I:'.1*, IM%.
pacino cLAgg a.
Oeorge Patebsa, . h. g. ff Rarssr)... i 2 t
Clover Pstcb, br, n. <f. Hunti 3 l 2
Time, IM, lM%, 1:0014.
Dos Rcos. ch. m. (J. Glhbnns)... .214
Hertlufc br na, (T. Ranki. 1 2 2
Time, 1:02, IM%, IM,
tthi Kno? s, Mk g. ci'. Hsekottl . l l
Coaat Marle. blk, m. iJ. Murphy). I I
m '1 line, 1 b;t,
KXMIRITION HA. E.
Dlefe Vn..on blk. g .lf i'iark?). 1 1
Time. I.-SBH, IM,
PACOTfl -cr.Asrt n.
Te.,lv P. b g. (R Blngeni. 2 0 t t
Iionise K. t>. m. (N. Bcottl. 1 ii .'l I
I;|..k Weleh, r. g. (J. Kennedyl- :t 3 2 -ir
? Tl . IM, 1 "-?. 1 BB
PACDffl -CLABI C
i-ubar. i. * .?'. Bnedekeri. s t i
Brlght Dlrect, br, * (C. Hlawatechj 1 2 2
Aipiionse ci. b. g tF. roa..llo). _ 8 I
Time. |IH, 1:0.1. IM%,
TKOTTINC- CLABg n.
C. Ci 0* 0. <4 Voungi.:t 2 1 I
m;iv Barlow, ch. g. 'J Otlaasre). I I 2 I
ExCOlSlor, b. K 'II Retx?.. ..1341
Tbaa, l "7. I*f%, i 4tH, IM
Connlston. gr g. (O. Ptambergerv. 1 1
Hlrani Abltf, '.>. g. (R, 'larki. 2 I
iira. c B., b. m. Cl. Hu.mi. 3
i..i.!-. t_?ree. h m cn Donnollr). 4
? Lorlbel, b g. iii. Hmtthi. 6 6
Time. 1:08. 1:10.
POSTPONE CLUB OPENING
Rice Chess Rooms Will Be
Ready Next Saturday.
Everything ssemed idtnese for
Bg tbe third and fn.nl game l
match between J. R. Capablanca snd
Cbarlsa Jslfe bt the Rl a Ch aa <'hii> on
Baturdaj afternoon, Jalfs haalng aetu?l
uily made hls flrst move and hSV 0| -? I :
hla adversary's clock ln rr.otion. Wben be j
w;is toi.i by aa offletal thal ths op
nf the club would be postgOBSd to next
Bai irday, aad wben, half an hour I.c'.-r.
Capablanca also made his appearar.-e.
ths playets, with tho coneent, or, ratber,
1.-.- STPTSSS clestro. Of Presldent Iassa I..
Rice, dedded ta aj,rain peetpoas ths play?
ing Of the game to 8 o'clock on Saturday
During the afternoon many members
and vlsltois bad BSeSfnbtsd at tbS club
iu.iiii. aud UM tiiuin.'ial secretary Was
busy all day enterlriR new apfUCBBta for
membershlp on hls already long Ust.
Among UM new appllcanta are severa:
[membera Of tbe .Manhattan Chess Cluli.
former msmbsTB of the Urooklyn I hess
Club and gults a large number of iiuu
Wbo liad been afflllated with other met?
ropolltan chess clubs many years ago,
but after bslng absent foi many \ears
agala felt a lunnjing to get bach to club
life piop. r
Of seuree, most of thes.' sppllcants ara
living In Harlem and very near UlS RIOS
Cbess Clab's headquertere, at Na. sc
Lenos arenue, and seerybedy bsssas to
.... pb ase.l with ths general DSBtllSSS and
appsaraaoa of tbe clubrooma
Two Well Known Clubs to Re?
open Their Doors.
KLINE AT THE FAIRM0N7
Will Meet Kirkwood To-morrow
?Donovan and Corbett on
Boxlng Is once more looklng np, after ?
auaaaaer which was, to say Um leaet, duii,
and to some promoters unprofltable. Tht
Cluba Whioh closed their doors durlng tha
stiltry montlis are rcip.-ning. Madlson
Bouare Qarden and the Rt. Nlcho'.as Ath?
letlc Club, arhleh exerdaed pncticaiiy a
monopoly of tho sport a few montha ago,
hav luepended opcratlons for the tlrr.e
being, but what the "fans'' bave lost by
thls they have more than made up ln the
FOOpOBtag of the Kalrr.iont A. C. Bllly
Clhson's club ln The Hronx, and the old
(ilympie Club, of Harlem, whlch will hold
boutfl this we. k.
At thfl FatrmOttt A. C. on Wednesday
night Fatay Klln<\ the (fewark feather
welght, who ls rated by many as a flt
rlval for Kllbane and the other top notch
nun of his . \3l<". wlll OMOt tha sensatlonal
pyeatarnar, Oeorga Kirkwood, of st.
I.ouis. who has boxed his way through
the ranks of the local boys ln rcmarkaMe
on, and who now aeofl a chance to
tiuht Johnny Kllbane for the tlt!'?. ftlln*
hafl already boxed the Cleveland cham?
plon, and camo within an aee of wlnnlng
by a lenockout, but Kilbane rallled to win
on polnts. Tom McCnrey, the veteran
proiboter of Los Angeles, has promlied
tha wlnner of Wednosday's bout a twen
ty-round contest wlth Kllbane, and wlth
that offer ln mind th? boys wlll perfornrt
at top apeed from flrst to last.
Tho McMahon brothers, managera of
the Olympic A. C, of Harlem, wlll oa
prominent factora In the local boxlng
clrcle thls week, a* they have ln the paat.
The old quarters of tho club have been
"Young Mike" Donovan. son of tba one?
time midilh-weight champlon of Amerlca,
nnd looked upon by many as a coming
champlon, will face a rugged lad in
Harry Corbett, the fast tighting weiter
welght of Brooklyn. Donovan'fl tareer
thus far has been metoorlc Re haa boxed
ln elght bouts and has not only won them,
but OOne Of his opponents ever l.tsted the
llmtt iiis most noteworthy acblevanaaal
was tho defeat of "Kid" Albcrts, of
Brooklyn, In seven rounds. making him
qult wlth a left hc.,,k to the body. Dono?
van is In every detail the ropttca of hl3
famous fn.hr-r, and the keenest . :dii*es of
pugll ? ? predl ? that Bome day
he will be champlon of all the aUdUo
welght-. Hc Is only ninet-e.i years ohl
aad wetgl i lfl pounda now, b .t la gi
lag 50 rai Idly that it is a qw ' eoJy
b t- ?? ? i mtbfl until he wiii bfl foret
box heavter men.
Johnny I^ore, the tv. ?t Blde lad, whoea
vlctorlea over "Kno< I A\
Kel hall made him famous in a "
wlll met a atlft propoaltton on Thun
night, when he facea "Youag" Rfltlley in
,t ten-:o in.I contest al I ? arth
Btreat Bportlng Club. Rellley Ib a dflver
box. r. and has flbOWO in r- ? ?
thai i ?? carrlefl a hard bai
rlghl band. He lacka the aUmlna of
Lore, however, nn.l It - ? q m l on ln the
mlnda of many if his aolence wlll bc auffl
. lent ' ...
... er of Curb '"
tlon io the meeting of Loi
Rellley, tl era arlll be a ten-round
between Pai Moore, the "Phlladelpbln
Phaatom." aad Harrj 1 imaa, the
, i latva BagUah lad. who
Dted Ahe Attell not : .
There are many who predl
ige for Ad Wolgaat. the llghtwelgbt
champlon, when he meeta Joe Mai dot, the
New Orleai ? boxer, In N ' t0*
morrow MabdOt has OOmfl to thfl fflTfl
Hke a flash lu the lav IttOB
among othera the foitnldai'
The champlon has not been al l 'p foran
?lace he underwent en oi.fltlon for ap
ler.dieitis. wlth Ita reaultont compllea
ttons, and he may Bnd thfl i ith >?d
rtgor of K-ndot, coupled a tb the Jafr
ters well known skMl and puncl ng abll
i- i handleap too Bevete to I ? aeair
A D1RECTORY OF
True Values Low Prices
Vou don't BSSd to pay fancy Bftsee fef
us'ii mrs if >ou hu.v here. Bverr <ar rbat
aaca set sf our sbops in ? real bargata.
If v. u nre leoUag for a good. acrvlce
nblc car. lt wlll pay vou to rlatt our
showroom. Everv .-ar Is fully ciulpped
and guarante-d asactly ..s ropreaowtod.
Motor _ Supply Co.
Aatberised gxehsnge .u-i-. for BulekCBra
239 West 58th St.
. m? door .>iiK' of Broadwa)
CHALMERS 5-PASSENGER 1911;
' PULLMAN 5-PASSENGER 1911.
Ilntii cars lust overlmuled from stem to
?tern; tlie e<iulpment on cnrs ls llke new;
they nm?l?l of Preslo tatik. eloc-k. shoes,
tubes, speedometer. wtadobMd, top. ?lde
i nrt.iliis gad n>ne. All euulpment* M bstb
cars. Ihe PullnaS <?r ha* four new shoes
nn It new. The palnt on U.tli cnrs cannot be
told f-?m new. Mlll ataad any in?pectl<iii
and iliMiioiistratlnn vou ran init them lareagB.
Hntb eaia <?n be bougbt ehe?|?. liniulre Ht
Mim-NhIIv at l ptown liarnge. I.MIb >t. and
7th Ave.. two liloeks from Sulm-nv.
New Undiultttt Bodles $900 to $1200
PACKAKD, I'K.Kkl.KSS and other Stylea.
Mi T\M BODIKB, ir?:in T() 4ltto.
nkw INHIDE Drtva Bodlea IIOQ
Those an. s'WKl.t. POUB PA88BNOBR.
NO Tourfng Bodlea 4..1 (some worth 4-"!00).
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BODT DBP VKTMKNT.
tusplave.l In ti.e gr.Nil "MtKN'A" st,
126 to 130 W. 56th St? %A
A JH'li K IBl'l TOtTRINO. MM; Hl'NH AND
looks llke n,-w ..-ar; has everv po?slh:e eo/ilp
in^ni. in.is.ii.t.i. l'i|'. A. ; fcur new sh.iea on
. ar nnw, two new extra iho-s ftn.l tubes and
sl! other eitrns: oar inuat ba Boaa t" be ap
preclated: act qutckly; no dealers. In.piire r?r
Mr. Leonard's oar, MUNICH'8 OARA'JE, 183d
und Alejnnrter ave Vleohone IW- Melroae
NEW CARS AT A D1SCOUNT.
W.- havo on han.l * few
1012 NKW (' MtH
of dlfferent innk's that we wlll dlspos* nf
at redu.aa prlcea lu make rooru for 1911
W. r MAIXON. 2M West :s.?th St_
LATEST MODEL SIX-CYLINDER
FIAT TOURING. RUN 2,000
MILES; COST $5,000, SELL $3,000.
DUKORD, 127 EAST 83D.
FOR SALE- AFivepassenger 1910 Sixty
Horse Power Touring Car, Fully Equippcd.
This car is in bc-autiful eondltlon;
wlll be oVerhauled thoroufhl) be?
fore iiciivcTy Prlce, $7"' ". a
seven-passenger 1911 with tOOT*
ing and Umouelne bodies- ilmcu
;(||ie body aluie cost $1,75" -?I
absolutely flrst-class eondltlon
Price oomplete J2.iioo.oo.
SELDEN MOTOR VEH1CLE CO
'(iUARANTEED REBUILT CARS
| HEVgV-rA8SKXGE? UMOI'NIMW \)\*
! TOl'KIM. (AKI Al All. PBIC-O. ? Ml
. OK WK11K.
A. Q. SPALDINti and BROS.,
IMiorie ->l?l < ol. IHV, BROADIVAT.
Bodies of Quality
Fqulpped !u most luiiii lona iininner.
h,.|| at M< of ?.-iinl raiae. _,.?,.
r.VlMIM., 1 I'llOI^TKKINti. HErilKI>0.
STOOI'S * KKKNA.
j?7 Weet eiih *t.. ttem tetn
Automobile Work of Every Descr.ption.
Palntlag. Trlmmlng, Tepa, ilia -ovetn
It. |.iurs. etc. Wiiul S.-.i.-l 1 ?. Hun ??
Woodwork, M.tal and BlerkBtnlth Work.
VTKKI.IM. TOP AM? K?III'MI.M ? O.
ftlM-82'.' UV-t S7th Mrert, ><?? \?rk.
'Phor.en 34M md 1401 Colu
Hillea Ktored, Keiialrert mmiI Mounfd.
N..\v Ib tba M'lie (., pnechBM ft <ar. We ara
aeiiuiK them ui piH.-tlcullv yoot BWB tlgura
moatli ].?'< modela Coma iu aad mak(
bld. Thev BTB rebatll and fully KUar?'
Uaed Car Dept., 4 Weal BStnd Bt.
l' I i-: lt <' i: -.uilimv. iflOO, aevaii-aaaeBM*'
tourinK. aee perfeet. 11.100, M'? '
KLEBMAN, (W Sin.y n.. aeat ot MerrJ-a.
Tlomt, four blucks aoulli of Fultoii al.. J?
ci.i |i i
\l IU.KI1I11 I \M> Al TO Tittt'lL I>?
WKBT fltDE V. M. ft A. -Indlvldual roat
work. Hmail shop Cteoaaa Trurk pnaltloae
waltlng. Kend for booklet. 300 Waat OTth at
't'hona 7fl'-.0 Col._
KATTERlKfl and rolla repalred: alao for aaJa;
guaranteed aa goo<l at new. JOHN F. t-PfcEW,
Ignltlon Hepalra, llioti broadway.