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Cornel! Loses Intercollegiate
JONES FIRST ACROSS TAPE
Leads Field of Seventy Start?
ers, Winning by Wide,
Tdecrarh to The Tribune !
Ithaca, Nov. 2S.-Cornell relinquished the
'Uegiate cross-country cup here to?
day to Harvard nfter winning it twelve
times out of ths ?."ist fourteen, nlthoUfh
Cnttal'i .1. an Pa.il lottSS <>t the Cornell
!..- il.?t man to cross the tapa.
:?>0 yards in 3":29 1-.",. He
? ? ? ? n i-iuai benors tor th?
ns ih -i* point?. Dartmouth
wa? third loa asi arltl 17, ani
so: Brown, nv;
of T< ? ? -'? ? | ?
ton UI 1 Us, 1 is cd the ?Cltj ol
seer? ir the tp?m mes, as u <??
;. tn? ??trtti? si an r
Ihssas of ?nthnslasta to l
pus. it B_ i ?? ilx-mtle cour?... and
nner? orssasfl Mm anndrnnals tarte?
. - ? run. Jai . .- ,. . ?
I as. ttt waa elated with the I
lehaaJBl Sf th? men end deolsrsd i..
bi or.e sf the hest lana distance runs he I
'had ever ??en.
Jor?}* led ths entire BQuad ol sevonty
i?n? runner? at th? start and maintained
t .? position, gradually ltu r?a?ing his act- '
'vantage until at the half distance mark ;
.]*.? was ?bout one hundte.l yaid? ah?a?i
'of Taber, of Frown, and ('oyeland. oi j
li*_??af?j. WBS were rum.na- olo?? togeth- '
?r. AS .lone. (.Dproached the finish tai?e .
Taber and Cop?lanrt camt into view, still
together and fighting hard for ?eoond
(place, the Prowa n.an beating his rival.
The teams lined Op ut th? starling point
as folio"? ColBJBt?, Dartmouth, Massa
chu?. Ua Institute of Technology, Ponn
Bylvanla, ?aie, Brown. Cornell, City Col- i
legt ef -^?w York. Syracuse and Harvard. J
Oolumbta sent word to-?la>- that ?he WSttld
BSt l able to ??I'd a t?atn. It was con?
ns? ?at ?Corasll bad a favor?d eanrss
la the .il. ?
a ?as .i Bslondsd aweetaele a? th? start?
er, ? P. V.a'fhtws, ot New York (.'it>,
'shot the a<"k and Started the runner:, on
thdi a . heftire the t?ams reached the
?ni of t..eir r??p?otlv? l?n?.s, John Paul
Jon?? apn?e red ts be uaumg with his
wondsrtul long stride, with Lsveman, of
Tals, ?rail to the ha
The individual champion?!?!? wa? over
si th? three BBHi mark, where Jones,
passed a Call hundrsd yards ahoad of Ta- !
bar, o? Brown, atitl the excitement wa?
teTSStsd toward the struggle going on be
TahSS and ?Jopelaud. Ball, ot ?
PanmnUfci ut this pstnt waa but a short j
. e bai.lrvd Copsland.
At tht finish, following the thro? leading!
is Jones, Taber and Copeload, oame j
Eoyd. of Harvard, twenty seconds behind
B| mate, and fifth and alxtn j
tiy contested for by Ball,
?nd i'.rodt. of Cora?ll, but
two ssosads separating them as they
u-am? ot th? various universities
and lilS?tStlSPS repreaentod ?nd t-.i?*!;
. ..; asasen of training to-night, and will
ha ?i-.tet talned by the Savage Club at a
Smoker this ?venina ***st night a Junior
society ?nt*rtaln?d the om<Mals *??d man. |
Directly after tk? race thia afternoon j
Oasen?* T. K'.roy. president of th? Ama?
teur Athietle Union and chairman of the
advisory ?f mmittee ai the 1. & A. A. A.
A. and United State? Commissioner to me
g un m at Stockholm, gave an illustrated
?soture and talk on hie experiences at
The Basasses? follow?
H?rv?r<?-3. *, f. a. i?_*,.<HiiMaa"aa?
?, 1-5, 17? ta. 1 ?rtmout;i -.., U. .1?, JO
?_?-H IS, 0, ?W. 4?--164. M J If-_
I . , isa ?r*c ;,^l%,.*'Ji?-.
?a-m rnat??t?-v-a?, it M. 66. M?^-*
.1?207. c. ?. n
?Colgate?40, f.C ?wo ?
ts? at, w. 41. ~. ,
?W, 61, ?*. ?4, ?a??aw
m? %nt?r?dl. . ?
Xhs orimt o? ftniaUi ?J*d tlw??s ot tua leaAon
rsucw jtrae?. corn.u. tttSsJh; Tetoer. Brown.
tt***; ConaHiut H?r?.it??. 84-06-1. Boys..
It?\?r' B?TsS; bal.- Dartmouth, ?j..iu, Br?*?Ji,
_r?*lll' ?V87. D*?.!**? Ha: vert. t-.A'.
U^ltrvaii sH?: ?&?????. Corn.!'. M:0B;
it-Cla.? Harvard. 34:04; Harmon, Dt.ru
M ?. Biau?kiaaa. Harvard. 84.1?V. ??'"*,"
tro ?m 24 2! l*-gr.?i, r?aB?ylvaiiia ?4.?JO.
flr.-h ' '*rn?.l M J?; ?Urc?n, Dartaseuth,
Sh ??; ? ?/i.?. c?n???, 64.ST. D??t. ^ranusa,
Cr . Bre^rn. 84.??a. Day. r>?rtmuut>(,,
M I. T., <(4:6B: Btrvjd. F*i?r??rl
:-, _r.?ley. Com??. ??OB; D?asa
, ird ? 14 K**l?r. 6>r?^ut?-. BS:ia;
nr?eu.a. B? IH: Helton, pk:.na> IvanU.
lt?rrl?(/e. Princeton. al.Sl. __?;.
.. ST?e" wan. m. i t.. ?js? ?**>an?r.
?t 1 T ^?40; Lernt. Ci?rn.)l MiJ Bttcfc
se? Hla<Mt?n. 06:4*. fit-nnsv, M 1 T.. j3.4?.
Ttai? l'krtmviM?. 3t 'K Qtaatat
tt-ei. Barrent Byrsrut. B?:0t; "" '
T??n. tai?. W:10; Oould. Col
?. . .ton; Wtlgjna It 1 r..?:?; ClartKj,
. U Hoy?r. P?nti?ylvanla Jl:?i; Hill,
?1 I -. rb:& Stotti*?, l'ai?, u" n>: <lulll\?r.
?7?1? Un ?$. P.ll?. Byr?cus?, MSI; M - '.! ?
???itrt...r? I? I? rie^k. 8yraJ-j?e, 8i.4n?;
Wea?t?r, w-.nsyiv?ji?a. ?41. Cr*r???e. Poaav
fyi*?ftia W.t?; rr???t Tel?. M:<W, Oard?^,
Y?!.. 81RT; L?. 3?T I. T., ?0:50. W?lh?t,
*rr>wT*, ?Ttil; nr??itr<?l?A. Ool??U, 87:JT; l^.iy.
Prltr-K.n. 87 M Br??*?t?r, Syrecu??. SH:??;
?treat, Prlrc?tci la.U?; Drown, P?nn?ylv?nl'.?
M t>. Jitiiji, Prl??s?tof?. 18:6?. Conroy. C C.
I Y . ??:1t, rr?), <T?. ft. T., W ?5, Bran?l
enww. C. C K. T.. W:B6; ?toyler, 8yr?^??.
W Al. 6l?k?rn, C. C. K. t. ?1:40; ?MSBSaa
?tftV t., ??ao._
NEWARK HARRjERS WIN
Bbvrringer High Takes Inter
I'urrlnger High School harrier?, of New
y??terday morning won th? New
iasasy Ir.ter^holaatlc Athletic Laagu?"s
annual 'f:toRs-country championship when
they d?f?ated th? Eaat Orang? High
?School runn?ra ov?r th? Branch Brook
Park ?jourse by the point score of 2S to
42- IfsMhsr the Stevens Preparatory
?^choo! aar the Montclsir High School had
a t?arr. ?nured In th* race, ?o that the
tussl?. for the title was a dual contest be
?nssa Kast Orange and Barrlnger.
??iinteen runners In all started, and all
ftnishtd ?n fine shape. The point score
WM d?t?rmlnod m accordeJic? with th?
Srst flv? nisn of ?ach team to com? horn?
an?1 their rtlatlve positions.
? Drabble, the Newark crack, led th?
?""** bOBBfi eoverlng the course of three
?nd a. half miiea la tt minutes XS 2-1 s?c
0n(lf H? was virtually the leader from
the atart. The rannera fln4?h?d In the
J_ pr?j?hit, B?rrlnger.
?it 13 %
m.f*at? (?*?,!j, CMt Orang?. 2i;SuVi
?*"w. tut Orang?. Xf.ih
?Ja?. Bkrringw . ?:51*?
JK?t??tt, Bui orang? . ^??1
r^aatat. H?rri,.t?r . 2a ?X
! ''?Ws. B?rnn??r. BS^B
*(**a. ?irrinum. ?Jg:li
?arhma, l.?rrlng?r .
K.r^n*n- '??Tlnowr . M:t7
_"?tu. K,4at <>r??g? . S41
r?* i.*?i Drang?.a? nt
P?!?!. ??-rmg?r (opt.). ?4.0*
?ai_i'U ??jut ?^r?ng? . 24:11
? Br*a*A*, M*ifln?er.34:18
Quakers Tie at Rugby with Ail
New York Team.
COLUMBIA SCORES VICTORY
Staten Island Clinohes Title by
Beating Montclair A. 0._
?uptetnaoy at ahighah Kugby football
was the bone of oontentlon between
reaau representing the University of
PenaoyllBBBS and the All-New Yorks
v.sttrdav Neither aide ?cored. The
gBBJM drew a fair sleed crowd to Van
Cortlendt Park. New York's players
Were th~ heavier, and they needed stam
laa to withstand their more agile college
CaptaJn P. Dvryer led in the "scrums"
New York, and Ins spirited rushes
hie players great ?ncoui't.gement.
In fielding, dribbling and drop-kicking
tbs collegians BhOWSd to better advan?
tage. They wer*, captained by H. Dal
rysapls, Foot. Guernsey and McCooey
also starred lor the visitors,
P?nii?y;\??ila it'? Paat?BB. New York ?O?
Iron . . F. at. FrankUu
B. wmfieid .1 y t? .f. Pert
? * ?'t. I y B . .C'ar?y irrauailx,?
.T. 14 H_ T Dow:.?
??y r <j. a. h
M M) ... Mb. . . ? or I?
.pie ie?f?t ? H M . McOowan
Cre?ght?n.k . Dwyei (rapt.)
n f . Di
er f . McCarthy
liieu .Y". Iwu?
a.apman . sa?ton? (Rea
Wuitnej V. \u.??ii
K?fere??\V. Kieklat- L,lne?n.?i.?1-' A?*?'?*
a:ni .T Loi?, ?n F?>r?.v?h.'. Ttm? of hs.lv?? -
Showing a distinct improvement of
form ?.ver tliat oi last week, Columbia?
soccer players had all manner of fu?
With the s-eoonO tovtrr. ropresenttng th?
Contra) V M. C A. at Brooklyn at Houth
Kield Playing all arttund its opponent*,
UM Blue ajid While established SB *&?
vantage of I to ? In th? first half, and
finally won with a one-sided score of 7
goals It* v Shaiiholt. at Inside left.
pio\ed to be the star of the game, and
to his Stedtt wer? placed no less than
f of Columbia s pointt?
Cehaaibsa <i>. Paasttese. y. M. c. a. io.
Kr?f*id .0. 0?trand?r
. H D.S. W. Mr?r
Lrgur.rdla .!.. S.,. C<x>|??r
.h il. He.llg*r.
. nsptam) -C.H . Wtlcock
Hamilton .L. il. Breckw?:ut
' > ? .O. K . Ois?n?
Kuhn ......1 1<. K?->
>un .? . ?r*?*
fcrisnnolt .I. L.. Terry
?V.er.,....? L.....M. Myer
. ???.s---gt anholt (g), Colqubanro. grvcui?. Be -
ler r.ef?r???Jaiuas Wurghlie Umiiwi'.
Cero. lllaoi) and Salweri lltr.? of aslvs?--Ferty
n.tnvtes ??n. h
Staten leland again cliitc&ed the ohant
plonshlp of the Kleid Hub Soccer Leagu?.
of New York and New Jersey by defeat?
ing the eleven of the Montelalr Ataletio
I lub by a score of 6 goal? to 0 at I?lv
Ingetor, Shoi tly before half-rim? Walk
?r, Montclalr'a goalkeeper, Injured h?s
knee badly, so that tie wee of ltrtle ?toe
The line-up follow?
seseas Masai <?) I'caiuen. Messtoiair <0*
Von ?1er Zee.<#..... tv?fke
Mils?? .ft. B. yrU'.iair.i
?indall.V B. Murikx
.ft. ?t... Oardliver
.U H. ?tooi
Van Laa?.OR. ftaedsr
. ... . I. P. . ... Patt*t?on
J'??\?-r. ....C- . L?wri?
>Ja/.tVhlnnl? ... .....1L. BollBi?i?r
JTasfisssa .O. L. r?l?tira
Ketsroe?Mr. Stnitk Un??m?n?thaBBda Ml: ?
J?r, Montclhlr. *nl tb? n?r. Minf>. Bta??n
talar? Geels?Kanfmass Ott, Ma<A^Mn?ie (?).
&ta?en Island 'Mm?*?ftalv?? of fonr-five mln
T one of th? hevrdest fought gtunea In
the High School eoooer ehamptoriahlp
s??nea, Manual Tieinlng defeated Curtis
High, th? leader? In the rao?, a?. AVas-h
ington Pary, Brooklyn, hy th? ?ooie of
l goal to 0. As a result of th? Brooklyn
boys' victory, Man<*al Training got up to
within on? point of th? Htalen latino
The line-up follows:
C?Btrnl Y M C A (H Poeisiea. Cr???*r.
Xjt Beuai. 9. Orplol
H.nter ...ft B. Au?rt?w*
jl-.ss . T* P. . Cherlwoed
Browa.B-H . "Wauon
ln^aUi .?....C- H. J?ffer?
r?-as?r ? .?, 'H.... tlumpt.rer*
Klriinetiesk .m.O. S. O-Rourk?
?v\M.?r? .V ft-.-. Ja?:??.?'*!
Blaekhall .. .C. . Mariand
Barclay .IL. . <>eteU
Brookleaorst . <>? L . Phillip
IWsrse-Mr Voor? I.in??m?s?>--M???ei Malr
and Wright Oo?l*-81tv?J?**,L BercUay. ?O*?
tial?; (rhourfc? i"r?^?o?at A. C Time?Halves
ox forty-?e? minute?.
COLUMBU FIVrS DATES
One More Game on Basketball
?Schedule This Soaion.
fourteen games have been arranged for
the folumWa baaketball teaei. according
ti thf cffliTlal schedule whloh waa an?
nounced reetorday Tbla M ene more
than was played las?. y?ar. dtve to the
addition of games with Fonihena and
Brooklyn Polytechnle and the dropping
of one of the regular contests with Yale
The season opens on Friday. ?fo-.ember
ti. when Brooklyn Port eorn".?? to Merti
The ooanplew Bobedols foikiws: Friday,
November t?, Brooklyn Polytecholo. at
New York; Frhlay, Deo?nb?r ?, TJnlv?rr
alty of Maryland, at N?w York; Friday.
December 19, Alumni, at M?w York; Tues?
day. December 17, Fordham, at New York
(Columbia); Saturday, Decemh.-r 21, Cor?
nell, at Ithaca; Friday, !.. lUBT? ls\
Princetoa, at N?w York: mday, .laae
Sgy 17. Coreall. at Naw Yol I ?-sday,
January 21, Prtaoeton, at Prir.? ton; Fri?
day, February 7, New York ?I I raltl at
NVw York (Columbia); Wedi I -b
ruary 12, Pennsylvania, at ITorhj
Satuiday, February 15. at
Hanover; Saturday. Pobwer] Darb?
mouth, at New Yorlt; Tueadaj, gehrSBvlf
ss, Yale at New York: Saturday, Marnb 1,
Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia.
OOXUTELL'B WRESTUNO DATES.
I By TalajcapB to Tb? Tribun?- !
lUiaoa. N. Y., Nov. tj -The Cornell Uni?
versity Athletic Association announced
to-night the schedule of the wrestling
team, whloh Includ?? matches with the
Navy. Columbia, at New fork, and
Princeton, at Princeton. la view of the
fact that the Cornell wrestler? won the
intercollegiate championships last season
the final match will he held at Ithaca,
Tbe schedule follows:
February lA-Pennsylvaula at Ithaca
February 21?Lehlgh at Bethlehem.
February 22-Navy at Annapolia.
Mar? h i- Pennsylvania State at Ithaca.
Match 7?Columbia at New York
Maroh g-~Prlncoton at Princeton.
March 21 and 22? Intercollegiate? at
FOR LIST OF MUtIC TEACHEB8,
piano, violin, einging, etc., aes page 2,
JOHN PAUL JONES OF CORNELL.
Winner of inttrcollsgittc 'cros-.-cour.try rua._
DAVIS CUP MATCHES UP
British Lawn Tennis Team
BROOKES LEADS DEFENCE
Americans and Europeans
Keenly Interested in Austra?
lasian Contests This Week.
Awertoan lawn ,?nru? players, and ' r
that matter, th? wlol-Vr? of the r? .. i
in every quarter of the slob?, will ssatfN
th?lr att?ntton upon the ooMtaste f?r th?
Davis international ohelleeig? cup svhioh
wlM beftn en the turf oo?jria at M
hourn?. AeetraSa, n?m Thur?.?,'.,-. No?
vember ? For the first time slnoe ivn
th? team re?-??enOng the British T?.-*
seaMd? tn the pooitton of BhsHsiiSa? for
th? trophy which has become ?minetnatlc
of the world's champ.onahlp at th? . um?
It ?rtll he the Irst time aim.? IJSf, ??hen
tli? dashing Anthony IT. Wilding and the
phenomenal N'ormen B Brook?-., ?"??ptured
the oup for the AuatralturUw?.?, BJbBI M baa
beea d?fende?! agalnut other than an
Thia year the Britons have sent their
foremost knight? of the resMJBSl In ?jueet
of the p/lacely trophy, whloh vae si
l.y Dwlght F. Davis, one of v.v lorsaa?
national ohamplonu of the United States
Charles P. DtSBea, who prOTetl ?-?.n g
formidable adversary te Ma ne i
l?ughlln ?nd Wllllain A Lsroad, |g l*?l 1
on th? courte of the West li?s T.
Club, of this elty, Is she captain or the
British force?. The others of th? geartet |
lne!e?ie J 0 Parke, >.. ? i>
F. Gordon Lowe With the exception of ?
the last BSBBSd. all hav? BOBSPOtOd In In- j
t?rrna?xJ?nel matches ir. tin? <:oumry and
lowerad their ooior? to An.?rl?.-ai.s. Tn?
teii.ni 1? r?a?rdod a. SirOBSSl |0 Un BOT? t
feet balani* than any that th? Bf < M
hav? ev?r ???it to thU country. Farther- ,
mor?. It has the good wlsaee of the !
Trench, Germans, Austrian?. Delglant
and the otrmr natlona that nave competod
for the trophy. ShhS hOSO to a?? the cup
returned closer to the b?at?m paths of
Three times ??VMS ths A ?si rale siena
hav? held the cup iissiosisl have taken
the long Journey a? oh?ili?ng?iB. Beals
C. Wright and Fredart ck B. AleaaraJ-r
SSSSO near te returning the cup to this
country in UM. Th? laastlSSS Maurice
E. McLoughl?n and M?lv;il.j H. l??ng
niade th? assault the following year.
Then ths SSSOSheS scheduled for ?UX, nul
uelsjtd untM the first day? of .Tanua., -
UlS pr?eeat year, witness?* the disas?
trous overthrow of WHltum A. La.in?>U.
Maurice BE. Mel???ushlln und l?a?.? (
Wrtfht. Bo sreat wa? the dt?a?-polnt
ment of this nation at in-? ?iefeat et It? '
most formidable team that, although th
United Htates went thruuKti the fwmallty
of shSllSBgfnS this year, along with ths
British i?i?s. Franc? SJtd ?'juth Afrika.
?rhoa the tima of th? BraUsalnary u?-?
arrived this nation and loath Airier, de?
faulted, leaving sail IhS QlitOM and tli?
French to ?noountei sash BthOr a? to
which Bhould stand against the Aus
trelBJiuns In th? final te?t far th? OUp.
Throughout the r?nk and file of Am?ri
nans this fallur? te place a team in IhS
field this year ho? BOOS r?-fcArded as a
areat mistake "Let us keep going aftor
th? uup until we return It to this SOSO?
try," was the slogan BdraaMOd ?jj Hoi
comb? Ward, tli? BStlOaal ? -hamplun of
ISM and a member of the first American
team that so overwhelmingly rooted I
Hilton? in HOB. ?ad the Journey t?>
tralla and the raturn means tl.r.? StOOrthS,
and no Amanear?a worthy of BSBSIBd
test against the mighty BroohOS aal M
clansmen, A W. Dunlop, 8 N. Dous
R. W, Heath, could be found, and SS
Wrenn, the pr?sidant of the United Sta<? ?
National Lawn Tennis Association, ?ras
obliged la?t August to sahls a default.
With the field narrowed to th?. tiritona
and th? French, the two natloi ?? met at
Wimbledon on July 11, 12 and IS. l'r? vi
ous to the contest the plMBOOBOBSl play?
ing o? th? Frenchmen had made them
favorites. This opinion was reversed,
however, for in the sinus's C. P, Dlxon,
of the British Isles, defeated Max De?
cugla. the famous Parisian, at o?8, o?i,
A?4, and ajeo th? phenomenal Andia H.
Qobert, at 4-*, 0?4,tS?2. S-2. Arthur W.
WIE SlSffiS FEARED
The Blue Looms Large as the
TEAM NICELY BALANCED
Howe Strom? in Sprints, ?nd
McAIeenan Stire of the
Internet m aqaatio ?r-ert? has pajsaj
so r?4)l<T!y at fS? tmlv?r?ltie? that e%p
taln? and cea??ke? Kav* realised tha i?e
c??elty Of ?n ?ar'r ?'art rn gettlnf their
e^uada tog?thtr and rutting them to j
work Although tt? BhaUBgd >n?hrr tourna
m?int < f the Intercollegiate ?wln.mlr.g as
lor. 1? ?till r, few w??k? rff, one IS
abl? to task? a pretty acourat? ???tipiase
?f the s'rengih r>f th? easts SB teams la
?'rouot ia mt how Haven w??re never
r>?tter. and tt look? ?8 If Tal? would be
ahle to put la th? *?t?r a parlBStif lial?
?iic*d tsaaa, niuiy t? esees heavily is
?v??-y ?*. ; at ir.-wit.
WlUUm ?VOWS? th? 50 at.d 10O ymfj title
holder of Uli. Is hack at ?college Sad
..t un???? ti.? snennsntsd
tar? hun from ?.on.p?tition tl?? Iiluo will
hav? a formidable BBadldate for th? two
?print?, and second m ring raen almost ss
good In Captain W mt:?, Marr, Noy?a?.
:, KoUrrt? ami Hummer?. Marr4 who
1 ail? fiom [AWrsassstUS, ha* already
shown tl.? half century SBdst V> noond?.
> t the fu?ona, th? veteran liuborlg and !
? rearan" frsan Andosee Oanls? win
'u hav? tu t? reukonod with. Ooitld
did \:4'l l_? ?prlng. and ha? Improved
.?no?, so th*it th? record of 2:W, now to
tii? STsdtt of E-De? Cro?t, of 1'rlseeton.
tleea no' 9.M11 !<??road It!? i
In fancy dlvir,,; rale I?, unusually
strong. It 1? a foraaOM SsnshtBloa that
Aithi.r MaAlssnan, th? BBstrspoMian
ci BB| ^u, ?All! really BSSSttnt f-?r all
tisnlai Me<-r?gor. the iAwrencavlll?
Brack, I? f>K.hltilt'rig form thnt promt???
to land htm Baten In the a ward?,?and
WHSSB has perftctul must cd bis dlv?a
? nut. In Im? far honor?.
Hnuth is Tales rsMSBSS In th? piling?
fat .its'ano?, although not o4* th? oallbr?
of VMlhs, of r*?nn?yIrania Darbotu* and
Lewis are at present the oaly other
Iilungert to :.rv? oov????d ?ver ?Ktjr-flv?
Vv water pelo xjuad lnjlu?la? iit.it
tw"uty-flv? ?jtp?TieTio*d player?, ?nd Cap
i HSSpST li BBSS. busy drilling them
Bo far, Bn.lth. Allen, Howe, M?:I.?l?h.
and KlndMSS lave don? the bsst
work, but a taw of th? new man are push?
ing thsm bard, H I? prc>iibl? that th?
'v?r?lty sextet will lark seneatlonal stars
?ml h? nnd? up of ?tfuijy, reliable play?
er?, forming together a strong, smooth
r'inrliif ir,??ihl ? ? that will gtv% It* ep
t? th? h?t?l??t kind of a game and
<l?)?n<l nron tr?tu work to win.
DYKER MEADOW GOLF CLUB.
r. w. BBasnan hd ?hs SaM in th? m??i?i piay
handle?*? o\?r tha Dynar M?a?iow babe y??t?r
.i?y. with ? c?r?1 of tt SB IS Th?r? w?r?
< one srjtrtsa of wi?i<-? th? foiiowim? ??
tBroM H'i?i) Net
J. W BtOBSSBI . f>'1 M 72
. '?5 a 7*
?....i?? ? ? Ivan . m I V
H, V BUM . H U 9
. P N Bl . "2 I 1
il n i ? i?-.*i a as
? ritKtmaa. W 1? 83
th?. vtersti BBt%TMehBSSn, jrl?l?3e<1 to
?art. st t*-a, t?s, * -?"?. *-?. h,lt ?he di?
_. ,i DasnBle at fi?S. '>-" r?tlref1 In
h Ropas ?tarrott ?r.i a P.
trfrit.i An?lr? H Oobert and W
u Lanrssta, at s??. *?*. *?i. ??i- And
SB t!? Hiltlsh 1?I'S, alwavr txtaUn oft by
the Americans In oth?r years, becam? the
It Is estimated thnt sine? the off'jrlns;
of |h? Davis BSP the tmtesting nations
have spent more than a million dollars on
the matohes waged for Ita holding. As
UM America's ?up la to yachting and
the Wesnsaeetof Cap i? to polo, it i? ?m
lilernatlc of the highest lawn tennis hon?
ors in the wi.rl'l. Thousands ha\? sat ?n
ihrslied during th? tattle? srafei lar
Its bssptna? and muiinn? in Asasrias and
thrqugiiout the worl.1 will await th? out?
come of the flortoaa struggle of skill and
bfaWB whli h will crown another chapter
In Ita history this week?
Magnates Will Sit as Jury to
Try Horace Fogel.
EVIDENCE IS SENSATIONAL
Lynch or Phillies Manager May
Be Forced to Retire
The day of reokenlnir for Horace Fofrel,
president of th- Phillies, is at hand, hut
Just how far the reckoning will go is ??.
grave matter of doubt. A meeting of the
National Leee.ii.? ?rSI h?. held on Tu?a
j day to consider th?- charge? made by
I'r.-?ldent Lynuh that Kog?l gavn Stete?
| mnits to th? press r.?fiectlng on th?? in
I tegrlty of the uinpreg and the head of
the organization himself. Bach side in
th? battle has put Ita case in the hands
of counsel, the bri?fa have be?n prepared,
and the owners win ?it in Judgment on
A mee ting to BOtMlSsSy the niattir wa?
callorl directly after the world's ?erleS
closed, hut Kopel outwitted PrSBldeot
Lynch by stamllng on his constitutional
right* and demanding to be s-rve?! with
a copy of the Sharsjsa There was only
one thing to do. und the owners alliingly
consented t?> Fogel's request. It was an
?pen secrot ut th? time that In postpon?
ing action th??y BOOSd S ehBBfJS Broald OS
?Sais in the ownership of ths Phillies
trhleh would raaaoes togoi frena bis posi?
tion and y,u? ?I?. away with the necessity
Bst an investigation.
Although rumoia, hav? flown IhMh and
fast in regard to the purchaau of th*
I'htllloa by Baer capital, atlli K.jgel seema
to have retained h'.s Interest, and the
i owners must aow handle him without
There 1? not the slightest douin that th?
?igunlzatlon at in a s?rtuua predicament
tuid would much prefer to let the ? ?SO Clo
|a natural d?ttth. If It e?mes down to an
Issue, ?jither Lynch or ?"o gol will b?
leomptlltd to retire. If the ohargos are
' etistair.ed. then Lynoh muet step down
i and out; If thag are disproved there
Is only one thing for Fogel to do, and
that la to get out of organised baseball.
The affair h?s raoolvod so much pub?
licity and Is so sensational la It? oharao
ter tbat the eye? of th? baseball world
ar? upon the National League owners
For the good of the game they must take
a decisive stand. Not only are their gwa
totSrattS at staK?>, but those of every
other profession?. 1 leag is, especially th?
American Leagae. Ban Johnaon is said
to be following the oea? closely, sad If
th? parent organisation eldeatepa the Is
?ue after Its usual manner th? oaar of
the American L?agu? ??111 probably malte
hl? votes heard In no unoertaln tones
?baseball cannot exist If th? slightest
taint of Irregularity Is an M. and all
leases will suffer If one la under eue
Althoucrh there M mach ulk Shout a
Buoc?e*or to Lynot-i as president of th?
league, he has la reality placod himaolf
In a position wh?re th? cwnora eannot
but |gs*aSaet hlao If th? charge? h? make?
aro sustained. It would be poor polillos
to retire a man whe devoted hlmaelt so
atreti uously to cleaning up things.
Fog?l M ??rented to lastst that th? own?
er? Usvo ne JurlsdloUoH la the mstter
ard OBAnot Ipree him out ?t* tbe l??a>o
I.ynch ?????ma pretty oontidont. however,
on HUB ?'.ore. It may BS that th? otub
?T-D?re cajmot feroe him to give up hie
holding? li the ?Hub, but they eaa pre
"oat him from r*ar?sentlna tbe PhtUlea
la IhS meeting? of the organisation or
representing the team Ici any at her o t
Althourh Lynch hat noAm no aoaounoo- ?
m??nts In regard te the endono? whicrh
he hue at hla <x?mmand. It Is apparent
that he has a pretty strong eeae. If BBS
o?-u?*r? ?tSOSBg again?! ?Togei th? latter
ha? thrsntonel to tak? th? matter into
the couru Thla will open the way to a j
1 ?| of h?u?ool?aalng in th? full gier? j
of the llmeJlght, ?omathlng which Is
always avoided by th? ni'swi whenever
It hi po??lble
Ow?a Bush, of the fJetrolf. T i gar a, n.uot
hav? a couple of regi-eta oa ho ?cab? the
r. ? )i?l? Shoarlag IhS number of has?? SB
hull? isesioed SI th? Amerloan Loague
playera la*t season. '"The Midget^" Irsa
mor? pas??? than any on? ?Ue-llO, all
told. OS?! of hu regrets la that Hugh
C't.Almera, when he ?leclded to hav? a
coiuyeilton among the American League
I laSSSS lui a car, did not offer th? prize
tg tl.? player who obtained th? ajgoasasl
a imU.i o? pas??? Instead of to the plmfOM
srhO was tho n.?>et valuable to hie team
l.?or?l ."<o. 2 la that th? storing rules
of li'li aa rogaras baas? oa balls are
not tn* ?am? as tliey w?r? la MbT. Then |
whfjn a player reoetved hi? ba*M on h.i.i?
1.? via not exempted from a time at
bat. but he HI get credit for making a
tase tit Lader the ?W scoring rulos
buah's batting average woulS hare bocn
Bush unlmbtedly eetabT?hed an Ameri?
can League record last season by obtain?
ing HO peaSBS. In l*?? Jones, fielder of the
Chicago Whit? So*, prooured 108 compli?
mentary tbikets to first base from the
li-hers-a raoord which held until this
iBSSfS. when Kddl? Collins OSBBalM H
ah surpasse 1 11
r..? third eT?vere?t player la the Ameri?
can League laat aea?on In working the
twirlere for gifts wa? Mauri oa Rath, of
Chloufj. SrhO ??arnerad 99. ilhotten. ?f
Bt Louis. ra?ik?d fourth with ?4. and Tri?
Hpealiar, of Postea, fifth, with tl.
Th? following fin urea ?how th? beat fi\?
men on ?so h team and the nuenber of
pea??-? eaeh received:
Button?Sp??k?r. ?1: Hoop?r, T5; Wag"?*.
Sf ?l ?In?:, S0? letWlft 8?.
rhlBBS? wath. M Lara, ?4; Zetaet. 30,
Boat? ?o. Collla?, II
'?land? .Isikson. SI . O.aaey. S9i Orlgga.
i? LaJtS?, 14; Ryas K
Pstroit?Bu?h. tlO; Leadaa, ?4; ?cob?, ?0,
D.UIiBnt". ?O. Jo,... is,
;,?w Tork? Daniels, Tl. HartieU, ?1; Mar?
tin ?8. Clan. 47 Mlninioi,?, ST.
PIUlAd?l|i!ila?O.illli.s, mit- B*k?r. BT
n??-o 'T. M^Innta. it. Strunk, ?v.
H- I.tiI?? Shottan S4? /istlt?, 41. Wai
Ia4 i Pratt. 8W; Bogan, 84.
Washington--Milan. AT; Foster, M. Mo?l
l?r. M lloBrld?, IS; Pl.sek?, 4.1
Kd.lle Alnamith. the oateher of the
Washington Senators, who suffsred from
a phyaleal and nervoua breakdown last
summer, due to overtraining, has regained
Ma i,'...id health, and aaya that he feels
better than ovar.
?George .?tunings dsclaiea that unless he
proves a success as manager of the Boa
ton Biave? be will retire from baseball.
Mordecal Brown, the veteran pltoh?r,
formerly with th? Cubs, aaya that If he
Is mad? a free agent he will wait until all
the offers are in before he d?cid?e what
he will do neat year.
Jimmy Callahan. manager of th? WhlU
Sox, Is ?till trying to land Watson, a
pltoher, of the Milwaukee club. He ha?
offer?d 16.000 for th? player. The man?
ager I? ^a4ao trying to secure "Buck"
O Brien from the K?d kan.
Reports now say that th? only thing
that will prevent the Tlnker-CTlntilnnatl
trade from going through will h? Presi?
dent Murphy a inability to land Oorrldea
SMITH GETS HIS PRICE
Sig-na Up to Manage Newark
Indians Next Season.
With th? Newark International Leasua
Club agreeing to hla demanda of a 14.000
In year ?alary, Harry Smith, th? form?jr
National Laagu? player, y?ot?rday slgn?d
a cxmtract to m?nag? the Indiana next
teaaon sa the suoceseor of "Iron Wan''
The oonference whieh brought about the
settlement wa? participated in by George
L. Solomon, vlc?-presid?nt of the club;
?Chartas t?bbet? and ??tev? MclCoovtr, th?
Brooklyn magnates, who ar? th? principal
?tockholdei? of th? N?w?rk club, and
Smith. The lattnr had been agr?ed upon
for tho position som? day? ago, but be?
en'?se ef a hitch over salsry Bmtth had
r?fu?c?l to sign.
A coordine to th? a*reement Smith 1s to
have complete charge of th? team, while
Solomon la to confine hi? attention to the
busings? and financial end of the club.
.Smith, through an arrangement with the
Newark and Brooklyn clubs, Is to have
first pick of the Superbas' surplus players.
Th? new manager at one? annotir.'ed that
he Intended to build up the Indians with
the idea pf capturing th? pennant next
reason. Newark i? th? only ?.?ram In th?
league which hasn't yet won a champion?
it hae been decided that the X? works
will appear In BSV uniforms next summer.
The road livery will of Oxford gr?y,
trimmed with black, with black capb and
stooklngs. Th? home suits will b? whit?,
with black trimmings and black caps and
stocking?. Also, fur the first tim?. th?
Blab will carry a profession??! trainer with
Tho Newark? will also hav? the honor
of opening Brooklyn's new baseball park
with th?, fiuperbaa. This was decided upon
at yesterday ? oonference, when tiio Ind?
ians were booked tor the ?iret exhibition
same on kJbbet a klekL Brooklyn will
piaf the opening exhibition gain? with
Newark In the latter city on Sunday,
PLAY KEEN GOLF FOR CUP
Many Compete for Armj Trophy
on Fox Hills Links.
Aitkjough the golf season Is fast waalng.
the ideal w??th?r of yesterday eoaxed the
devotee? of driver and iron te the Unke
of th? Foa Ulli? olub.
The semi-final ?taire wan reached In the
match play tor th? Brooklyn cup, recently
rasafsssMBBi the Army Trophy, offered toy
Captain kl T. Soott There was also a
handicap in which fifty play?rs took part,
R. R. Mamlok wlnnln? with a card of
The scoxt* ?and summary follow.
Army Cup?ITIrst round: 0?ocg? li
Armstrotig b?at H. C, Rouse, I up and 3
tj ?lay, Albert Brltt beat O, Thornas by
?(??fault; A. 13. ?'liemau beat a.. _
Posev, 4 up and I to pin-; F, T,Aber beat
W. a. IV.or. by default; W. P. liaakell
best l\ V. Sullivan, 3 up and 2 to play;
Mllward Train beat Harold Blaur, by
default; H. _B. Mod?lUB b?at R, A, 8a?
Hsen. 1 up; W P. WhosTof b?at (ieorg? T.
Btehbln?, 4 up and I to play.
Second round?Armstrwna seat Britt, 4
up and 3 to play; Ab?r beat ?ddi?maa. I
up and 2 to play, Train beat HasksU, 1
up; McClollan bent wh??l?*r. 1 up.
Beml-flnal round?Ab??r b?ot Armstrong.
C up and 6 to play: Train and MoClellan
C. a ?dntrelt. ?H ^ IS
Llo.? Trift ............. W J BB
I \* pen?e?rh.?* 1* *>
F 11 M-iv.iB.????? Si 14. K
H?roM ilatw .-??.M J ft
H r P.?W?.K >\ $
b. T. Allen..,. ?TO t ?1
H II. Magellan.......... 00 1} ?
C ?Cfo???.W4 15 8*
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MONTCLAIR OOU? OLUB.
aSMi?cB>4?, H. 3., Kev St.?A ?rksB hanOi???
at ?i?rbw?a hole? we? ??on by 3. 0. OarHsen ea
the Ueetoleir a?it Club link? to-de* w'.tS a
?et ?M?? ?at Ta Th? BBBBBB follewi
??Vro??. K'o^p. Net,
J. (lOarnatm,...,,.?????? ',} Q
B, v7 mmaanS.... fj i?? as
?. L R?dfleid...,.,...*. ? I M
T. W Mal?r.-.?Ja
G 1?. McLaren. ?l H 7*
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APAWAMIS QOLP CLUB.
Tr? LeldUw brother? kept th? prlavM far t?*
t*M </??v?r*m)w.i at the Aparrarais ?tai yester?
day ta ?h? lemilr. when M. W. _Mlaw took
fWst prit? ?nth <7? il?1H aat a\ 3. _ifU?w
?..?r flit??! tl?e ??oond wtih 16 ?? -rf Tl>? fot
ljwlrif rettrned oerS?
Ort?, H?Ji>. He?.
11 TT lalBBBS.??? H ?9
M \r. t.eldlew. IT
B. I. Iy.iJlaw. OT
i i, r,^.h
r I ifsu?.R
W, X. Pratt .,. ftl
v !' Alley .If? I?
It, A ?itiTmar. . IH 9
UPPER MONTCLAIR CLUB.
Montclslr, N 3%, Xor. BS.? In a bail ??ep
MSBSBj ?'.?ti'sea hol??, on the liait? of 'he
Upper itonti?lr Country CTab Oil? aftemoo?,
A ?. Aror.tMrc?? ?ad T. K. ?v?_ Und, with a
n??t ?mot? ??* II ?mi? ?HU ?star aft th? ti? ?hie
The ??ore? lelievr:
tiroe?. Besa. Net
A 8. A'tn*?n*u.. <n 10 II
T K t.ron. ...i.....l"0 18 (i2
0. P ?Mi.?y..l"-i lu ^4
B K Nobl?.1.0 14 ?it
/. U. Parlth.US 22 Bl
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MONTCLAIR QOLP CLUB.
Atthrugti the A?dd ?t th? Miatolatr cin\i
<?!??} w?a? ?f ? sood ?It?, ?nly ? S?w of the
.??'??ipe'Uor? r*"ime? ear.1i. J. (J. Oanisen
?r?? the ?r,-'nn?r, wtta a aar< of 0B?IB??4
Th? ?30?*? fol!?w:
Uro**. BMp. Net.
J, C. ?3?rrt?'? . at 1? 74
R. t. R^l"?'l. Wi i 7?
Pi. V?'. TDnn?.?ii4 .Wi 18 7?
T W- M?l?v .SB T 78
r. t, MMUttn. 06 18 7?
a .?.a ?
NA98AU COUNTRY CLUB.
?Vail ?wae??tultM ?cc-i tad cite ett?ntJoa of
t.ie mmbifi ef tt?e Nsmsu Ccur.iry Clu? ye*
tArdey, live wlcuer bilng Johnw? t,?uri?^?rr)r,
wit? a o*rd of ?B?17?7B. Clifford A Dun?
ning, the ilub ?ti?rnpl?Mi, r?tui??d tb? beet
?roas ?cor? of th? ?e>y, au 94. Th? i?-or<u
Chone BB tup. Net.
J Louiishnrry . 113 IT "ft
1. P RjJ"' . H* 1>"> 77
W A. W. ^tunrt. fj 14 7?
?'. A. Dunning. ?il 3 HI
W H. rhiia.101 20 ?1
Harvey Murio*. 83 13 S2
i' r rratt.:o6 ;*: sa
A. P Alvord. B?. 0 H4
W. B. K?mM?.?. I?. 14 84
H. f, 'Vultney. SI | tf
DISCUSS BASKETBALL CODE
Western Collegians Meet and
Plan Active Season.
Chicago. Nov. 33.?At a mast?n? of th?
Western lm?4rcoll?glate Basketball Asso?
ciation h?r? last night Dr. C. P. Hutch
lna, of Indiana 1'niverslty, waa re-elected
president und Dr. C. P. Cook, of Minne?
sota, wus uhosen secretary.
Th? varlou? ohangas In the playing code
were talked over Informally, but no action
was taken. The general tendency of the
representatives was the formation of rules
which would ?llmlnat? sum? of th? many
foul? About fifty representativa? of West?
ern colleges were present,
ENTERTAINING NIXT WEEK?
Ses page 2, part IV, for list of sn
tortsinsrs, singers, violinista, trios, ?to.
?WELSH OUTBOXEO WILLS
So Says English Critic in Re?
viewing Title Bout.
PACE FAST THROUGHOUT
Both Men Finished in Fin?
(From The Tribune Cnrr?spond?nt 1
London, Nov. H.? Never In the history
of the ilstlc theatre at the National 3p< rt
lng Club has there been such a large and
I rSBsTOSSBtatlOB gathering aa that whloh
a?a?'nii\?i for the contest between Matt
Wells, holler, and Fred Welsh, ex-hold
?r, for the lightweight championship of
?Ureat Britain, and I doubt If opinions
have ever differed more widely on the r?
?ult, not even when "Packy" MoFgS?
Ian?! and Walsh fought what was alleged
to have been a draw.
Th? refaree, J. H. Douglas, one of tee
Stalwarts of British "lToxiiK. KHve Wefth
ths verdict, ami from my elevated vant?
age point I saw not the slightest reaaoB
to find fault with the decision. There
were those who trle?l to an?uu that the
fact that Welsh had the oorner with his
hack tu ti:-i rOCSrOS prevented that of?
ficial seeing all the jjoo'l work of Walls.
I was at the other aide of the ring, so that
on this basis of reasoning l should have
BOSS .ill the food work of Wells and only
a part of that put In by Welsh. In any
case, I saw er.oug-li to emphatically In?
dorse the verxllot glvon by Mr. Douglas.
From the very outset Welsh boxed with
supreme confidence. Wells was excltablo
and tnollned to rashness, and never be?
fore have I ?eea Welsh display auoh s
measure of brilliant defence. Only In the
first three ronnda did Weils show ?peed. |
From the sound of the gong he want far
th? head for all h? waa worth and thrtoe
he reaohed the faoe with good straight,
left?. Then Welsh planted a real "oot>
er" en the noae, and one? having got
Into close touoh with hi? man he showed
a gradual improvement right to the ?ad
of th? bout.
Not for a mora?at waa there any
siaoBonlng ef apeed. It was lirhtnlna?
work from beginning to end, and both
raen finished as freah ae paint and looav
lng flt enough to go another twenty
rounds. This statement alone would su?v
gest to you the exoellenoe ef the do?-'
fenatve work of both men
In the fifth round the refere?. In ordar
to check a t?nd?ncy to clinch. toM both
mea to stand away and box. and that ta
Just what they did ne There were, of
course, periods of c!ob? work In each
round, bat for the most part It was a fine
la what ln-flgltrrns there was, W?iah
waa Immeasurably superior. Rar??lv did
he mlea a ohanoa to whip In an upper-out
or a body Jar that told a tale on Wells
whenever It landed. And really It was thte
cleverness, this speed when at close grip?,
that gare W?lah the verdict With vivid
recollections of Wells's doughty left.
Welsh kept his ?ye glued on that member
as though he would hypnotise It, out tt
seemed to me that Walls was more oft?n
than not angling for a chano? to get
Bomt a now punch that he had heard a
Wa had beee told that he had cviittvwe?
ed a perfect "killer"?a eort ef half hooS
with the right that was calculated to put
an opponent to sleep with one application.
Several times he trl?*l It, out it did not
operate at all on Wolsh as It may hav?
done on Wells s spar-tng partner and the
punch ball, for th? simple reason that
not onoe wa? Welsh "at home" to ressfSS
I it Fully a dooon time? this deadly ?mash
went through the desert air, what time
.Welsh smiled serenelv in BOtaie'arisdgmtBl
of his escape. In several of the ro inrta
Welsh wa? particularly happy with his
old-time hooka and half-aim Jabs, bu|
none were of sufficient foro? to prodioe
any visible effect on the holder.
I have never seen two men o o me thrOBSJh
?uah a fast con'eat BBSS l'atigi.ed thin till?
pair. Th-jy ware trained to the ..?.mint,
and W?l?h has certainly never BOOB BttOf
In his Ufo And beside? his eu-atesy. hla
general tactlos. his restraint and his su?
perb diagnosis of all the varying fortunes
| of the ?contest, e\ok?d a full meavn-e of.
, admiration. Had It been a flan?, to a finish,
I still think W?i?h would have won. Tim?
and agatn hla wonderful defence, his ex?
traordinary Intuition, had Wells pou?.ling
away his ?tr?ngth on Bard elbo?vs it on
the foret-*a?J or the gloves.
In spite of this, \\ tils fought i
than ever in the oloelng round?, ui time?
showing aa amount of reeklesbiiess and
abandon In an attempt to Boer Watsa
with his deadly right But all this ?a?
wasted effort, and Welsh went right,
through, a strategist and a Wond?arfUliy
cool and caloulating little fellow.
Aud we are waiting for the arrival ?f
Wolgast before we leani by cebl? from
New York what Is to take ptaoe in Janu?
ary. Wolgaat can rest BSBBJied tiiat thei?
la business for him here. If Y\ slab. Wells
and Mehegan are on Bead. If W Olgast and
Mehegan did fix up anything at ths Na?
tional, I shudder to think of what would
happen If they both followed their u.iual
Tt la an Inexorable rule at headq? tartera
that the men must back QOickly and aland
up to their work, !:i ??> iar a* Is po?sil?*B>
| but Muhogun could not do it, a: 1 from
I what I know of Wolgast, the style wo.ili
?be new to him. ?fSOraesr, the National la
j not the only placa where they would se
Immediately after the Wells-Walsh con
! teat Mrhegan was out with a $5.?j?>?3" chal?
lenge to the winner, the lightweight si
'? pionship ?ondltlons to ??geera the contest.
But Welsh evidently has no treat desire
to meet the Australian, for he straightway
sidestepped the challenge by a stipul?t, ?a
that he would only Bseel MOI EBB -<' IM
i pounds, ringside, Instead of 111 pound?, j.t
< | o rlock. This put Meh.-gan light out of
! court, and the chames are that Mehegan
will now make tracas to your side. Puh?
'?? He sympatliles are with h.ni, ?.nd Welsh*?
! dog-ln-the-raanger atttlud? In th? hour of
his triumph has made the Nu'.onal
"heads" quite sore with him. Welsh
however, readily agreed to meet Wells
again for the "rubber," but meanwhile
Well? may possibly get IfshSSjaa to agree
to a second meeting before the Australian
quits these ?horea.
Having lost his title and a good deal of
his glory, Georges Carpentier is evidently
! turning his attention more to the show
I side of the business, and I learn that be
for?' he meets Marcel Moreau for the mid?
dleweight championship of France?he
said laat week that he would ne\er again
fight at the middleweight limit?he Is go?
ing to Oxford to box a six-round exhibi?
tion for the instruction of the Prince ef
Wale?, who Is at college there.
BALTU9R0L GOLF CLUB.
With a card of ?0?1.1 -7\ k v. <...,wp(.r
thwatt? l??l the Hold In the kl? karg handles?
at the Baltusrol ?Jolt Club vest?r<!ay, fur It a?
happ?n?4 that 75 ?va? the number drawn from
the hat. The second prli? ainner waa Heary
Alliepp. with sg-ia? 78