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Open Oampionsrup GoJf .? Trotting and Pacing ?* College Football
Youthful Amateur Fights to a Golf Tie for Open Title
with Vardon and Ray, the Greatest Players Abroad.
Francis Ouimet, with Courage
of a Lion and Rare Skill,
Makes Wonderful Fin
ish on Links.
GALLERY ROARS APPROVAL
Three Leaders Return Series of
304 Each and Must Now
Battle for the Title Over
Eighteen Holes to
Break the Tie.
[Krom a Ptsff i"r.rrer*r.or.i1a>M of Th.e Trlhrin* 1
Roston, Sept 19. -By one of the most
?-ensationai Ralahea - v. i aeen oa a goll
course ln this or any other couatry. Pran
? i. tbe Woodiand amateur, who
ls harely out of his 'U-.-n-. iprang IntO mi
dylna golf fame her.- to-daj by playlng
to a trlple ti- ui*h Harry Vardon and Ed?
waixj Kay. England I |
als in tbe natiunal open goll champion*
shlp tournament over the linka ol the
Country Club at Brookline.
Each returned .1 s ore ol IM for aeven*
lty*two holea aod ai a reaull "f lhe dead'
lock the three wlll meel ln an - al
hole play-ofl to-morroe morning al W
It was the tirst time in the hletory of
the game in th*- I'nlted States ihat an
amat*-ur haa rlaefl to ght?, and :t
matters not. 111 the mlnda ..1 tii- tho 1
*ands who aaa Ouimet'a came flniah this
afternoon. what tbe morrow n:.4>
forth. The end waa eMily the most thnii
ir.g and apeetacular ever aeen oa a ^..lf
course in this country.
Toward the md of B day >'f kale;.l"
acoplc chaagea during wblch tnst ... ?
n aaother looked lik. a wlnner, tl ? lt?
uatloa oarrowed down to a n. betweer
Vardon an 1 f:.i>. with ouimet only a poa
une of the last to stait, tbe younfl M.is
Bachus.-tts champion knee by the t;
hu*i reaohed tbe turn what he had to do
and the mental haaard ol playini
*h? aoore of tero auch atara as Va
land Ka\ was Bomethlng in itself t.? over*
come. He wenl out 111 II and th*- ?
tkma oould nol nav, been mucl aroi
tr*. ram waa falltng heavlly.
Tii*- big pall. ry aroaned when he
aimeee of thi ahorl tenth hole on failing
to hoi.i tl erlth his n
Ouimet Game to the Core.
With 48 ior ten hoi s, it was necess-ar
jtor him to flnish the iast elghl ln two
Fuadei l'a md lhe ta>k looked well nigh
Umposalbla ovei tbe 1 dden turf. Hia
heart was big, however, his eourage
ietrona end his skin wonderfuL
Pulhag hlmaarif together, and without 1 '
thought, apparently, of whal the loss ol 1 '
Blngle stroke would mem. Ou'.mei made
Itbe eleventh hole ln a par 4. and foliowed
thls up with a eredltaMe p at the tw-.-lfth.
To get back in >'., however, something
unusual had to be accomplishe-d. and he
tetarted to hr!ng "fT tiie reemlngly lm
j'Ossioi. pj hollng a maable shot from
off the thirteenth gr,.-.-n for a 2 He had
a 5 at thi rteenth and ? good 4
at the flfteenth.
Every on*- ;n th* gallery 'hen raallaed
that to tle the I'riton ouimet would hav?
to mnke thaa last t :
?i.ussibie. but not probable. Threi
ago, ahen W < Fownea Jr., defeated
"Chich" ISvant ln thr aemi-flnel roundy
of ih*- n;.ti^r;al amatem championship
over thla eourae, I ? mao
made that Unlah, ai.d 1* was to .om.
Ten-Foot Put Helps.
The Bixteenth hole is sh'.rt, acarcely
end "uimet pltehed to the far1
?dge of the green, His approach put
IflU some ten feel ?hy <?! tii*- hole. nnd it
looked aimost an i-vn thing that ha' would
mis.- Thera araa never any doubt, how?
ever, from the nir.inent he tou- bed th>
ball abi-ut Ita ultlmate deatination. it
k*-pt going aa itralghi as the Blghl ol an
arr*.w- untll II dropped into th*- 1 up,
a wlM ? iraged the Woodiand
golftr. and aa he went to th*' :? ?
hla drlve for tbe aeventeenth green the
gailery eatended aimost the entire l*-ngth
of tiie bola ? rds.
"He can't dO It," t'liiirk'-d a man who
?was addreeafa 1 hlmaelf t<> Ray.
"I'm i ' . ahout that. It's 011
the map. you know," obeerred thi
Brltoa a fine golfer and i
shoui.it: t be aurprlaed at anything be
miKht bring off."
'?' :,t. wtn waa Oulmet'a
partner, got .-.way a long ball, and
amat*-ur oid ahnoal as welL uuini'-t
played the odd, a full maable beautifully
esoeuted, straight tor tha pln. It atruck
il nfteea f?et short, and ln th<- aodflen
turf the rubber cor. berely managed to
tak.- one little loumi. comlng to real not
more than thp. laebea from where it ,
atruck. T u b-low th<- holaj, and 1
Ouimet kn.-w that on th>- heavy grea
Would ha- ; lenty of force to the
atroha Apparently ohiivious u, tba thoua*
anda of eyee dlrected on him Ouimet ran |
down the put f'?r a I, the ball hlttll |
back of tbe cup with a aatlafylng rtiu.i j
The shout th.it wenl up as the ball <lis- I
appeared could have beea beard half al
,iwa>. M.n eheered end waved thelr
hata; Baaa who a few yeara before had |
had this 4a.n.- lad >arry th. ir clubs, ior
Ouimet learned tha garae as a CBddle at
the Country Club.
Bnlliant Play to Home Hole.
To the bome hole ha drova- a Bna ball.
fully IH yards. This still left him with
a long iron to ffOt home. as th*- green
rises abruptiy beyoad th*> moetrack and
only three Btrokefl for a tie. l\.
was straigtit and true. but not *iuite tar
enough. an-i the bai) berely managed t<>
carry the * mhankment to the edg*' of the
Instead of puttlng Ouimet eleeted to
use his aaaabie for the third shot, a shot
which m.ant ihe champtonaklp lf he
could pit.h ui' and run down.
The hall, BOWefl r. fell short of the cup
fully four feet and there was a chance of
his failing ea the soggy green. One
could have heard a pin drop. the ttiou
aands holdlng their br*_th. as Ouimet
took his stance for the put that rneant a
tie or third ptace. Agalfl displaying won?
derful Control of his nerves. O-.ilmet BtOOd
up boldly and tan the put down.
As the ball <lisH|.p*ar*d in the cup the
crowd aoaM not i.e lOBlrfllliad and rush> d
011 th" green with a rOflT. Before the
flushed gOlfer reallzed what was going on
they had him on their shoulders and arere
cerrying him to the elubhe
OW-tlmera who have watched cham
Francis Ouimet, the amatcu
r; Harry Vardon and Edward Ray, who hm rted in a tie al 304 for thr nprn 50U championship.
plonahlpa here anrl abroad for the last
-.v.fitv yean deeiared they had never
?een anything to < iai Oulmel
For the time L***lnS. Vaulon. Bay and
cthera arere completely *oi**rotten.
Oulnrtet'fl card for th? day was as fol?
Francis Oulm*t, Womtland:
r?u4 _4344533* e-aa
In . I B :? i .*. x :< 4 4 88 74
"ut :. 4 :? i fl ."? ??? ??
ln t 4 .'? .". .'- 4 .'! I 4 :;?? :? lal
With Ouimet. Vardon and Ray ttfld f"r
the lead at 8B4, Ma.I'onald Smith. of
Wylua-ry-l; Walter iiagin. <? hoa*4**wed
froni Etocheater; J M Bamea, of Ta
aad L"nis Teiiier. of i.a Boolie.
'?ran'c. followed 44th 801 each Tbej
aren ?< s:nu< strr.ke ahead "f Joba ?'
McDermott. of ttlantii City, arlnner ol
th. tltl* tor th.- last two years.
When Ray and Bl'hfl Bradj drove "'t
ln thr morning nt l:4t, tberfl were hun
? hand to 4v:'*h the Bncllabniaii
well. and those who dldn't follow hun
arounii walted for Vardoa l-'i"m th. flral
it becaine evldenl tha* Ray araa not al
bla beat, his le**** tee sh"ts fraquently I
coinK ..rf th.- line, an.1 his approacha*
havlng hlm a lot to d" Been so. he
would have been all rlBht had he not
n.lss.d a number "f short p'lts. Aft-r
;i t'. go out Ray made ? fea
mlatabea coming back, the card ahoaing
3.'., whleh trave hlm h '. I
\ft<-r luncrteoe his long game remalned
as brilliant as ever. hut his putttflf grew
worse. Mfl Ihihhe) flhOli rnashle flhol
lnt'. traps at the fourth and ninth holes,
and his ..ne hit "f lm k <ame at th
e!r\.r.th. where he sank a BlXty-foOt put
f..r a three. it helped some, aa he bad
t iken -t.i t" go "ut Raj bepl ateadj I ?
the end. but he s. .nv d to feal I
that his 7'' WOUld i"'t be good enouS**
Hlfl card was as follows:
- ? : i:.. . Bl i
Oltt .. .',4 li 4 .?. 4 4 4 :? 11
ln ..a 4 4 4 .'- 4 I 4 4 88 T'I
? ji ....',. .'. :: 4 :. .". fl 4.)
In _4 I r. rt r 4 1 4 4 ..<; ::? 183
Vardon Haa Hia Troublea.
In the mean time Vardon had been hav
*fljg hlfl troublea. Not that he ?ot Into
many ha/.ards, hut rathi r becauae he
COUldn't seem to eoax the ball into tiie
hole un.. ' laid it pra- tlcally stone
dead Hla ?'.'.-. Iwarever, at the flral and
thini arere not due to areah putting At
the fir.-t he mlaaed hlfl a-econd, v.hiie to
No z the Brtton drove into ;. trap, On
half a dozen other greena he missed flbort
BUttB and under the circumstan/ es dld
well to a-t:t round in 7s:.
1 ui th.- -at*a*-ond round Vardon n. v. r aue>
I .. .;'."! 111 ris 1 iij-T BbO*l '? the i.vel of ordlnary.
and hi* also BBd his share of luch, arben,
at the tenth, a rnaahl* flhot that aent \>id
struck a a-atidge and bouaded to th- arean.
To get his ",'j the Rre-tlmc Lhampion of
ijn.it Brttaln bad t.> anht the last lour
hoks in 15. Hla card was aa followa:
Haurj Vai-atflfL s'.iih Mawta, aTaaltad:
Otn .6 4 ?'? 4 r. 4 3 4 ; 41
In .4 4 B 4 .*. 4 3 4 4 17 1*
Out .6 6 f> tt ,'.4 3 4 :. 13
1:. .J D 4 ;. ;. 4 | 4 4-37-70- 1.-.7
AltbouRh startini; the day tied aith
Vardon, Wllfred Baad. a* many expected.
falled to hold the pace. He had two
l-ouoda in the hiajb 80s. and quietly
dropped out of slicht.
Herberi Btron**, of Inwood, also needed
161 for the day. hut tlmshed ninth Start
ing six strokis baeb of the leaders. John
Mt Daraaoal m*t Blaraya t*rytag to do too
much. and. llk> tlu- others. lailed to rise.
to the helKht "f hnlliaiuy, as Oulm. t
dtd "Mac" made a 77 m the rnornlnB
Btld took a stroke more for his BBOOBd
Telller, the little Frcnchman. really had
a Baa Cbanoa to win the title, after |Olng
out In ? in the afternoon. lt is two flhota
lasier conunK ba<-k, conaerjuently the for
elgner seemed ui a fair -aay to BJBt a "2
? r 'Ih.- 71' would have won the
tltla,by a stroke. h. flflemfld t.. feel ibe
straio, how. v.r, and wi-akened haulv.
W. (' Fo\i no>, jr., led the other ama
teurs. 4vith 313. while Jerome I>. Tiavn-,
tha amateur champion, finished far down
STRAIGHT HEATS RULE
ON GRAND CIRCUIT
Braden Direct Captures the
Free-for-AII Pace at
lietr.it. Bepl ll Bevea ra"". Ineludlng
n free-for-nii pace, wblch Braden Dlre t
won tn atralghl beate, broughl tba Orand
Clrcult barneaa meeting al the st.it* Thit
f. a ..i ty,
aii of th> rai ? ? ? v apl tha I II trol
wera eaptured In atralghl heata Thai
?. nl to tba llmll and furn ahed aome
01 the moal eadtlng atrugi
afti rnoon II waa finally weti
i ? i Um flret time alnee Moi ?
i tr i< k waa alow, howeva - I rt
deeplta this, aurprtelngly faal Uma wea
. r, lure. t aron the Aml heal ol the
fr.-.-for-Hii in 2"-\. and tha laal hall
- , run In i >?\ WTaltei
? tba Mai k horae'a rddi all lh< a ..
and thej raa i d nech and 11 ch to l
!? h Pla klea Bnlal ? trom ln I
ond heat, but tha ainner had to?> much
apeed ln reeerva
dlivlng M.nta r..-11'.tii. won the
? ,;,t of the M7 tn.t after Di
... bad taken the flnd two Then
Murphy drove Qeorge Rea to rlctorj ;"
? irth heat, bul Bnow_ home made
victory prat-tlcally certaln by Bnlahlng
Berond. He took the flnal baal by Inchea
: the Mach ? "it
Peter Bllllken had Mata Prime I
tend with, i ul won an Impre are victory
ln the 2:11 trol alartetta, a atroag favor*
Ua dld not .i.sappon.t hei backera in tha
2 11 pa- .
WOMEN GOLFERS ARRIVE
Reach Canada in Quest of Title
There and in This Country.
Montreal, iepl ll-Mlaa nturiel Dodd,
the woman goll champion ol Oreat Brit?
ain; kllm Mahri Harrlaon, Irlah chem
plon ln IlM, Ifli and IMI, and Miss Oladya
Ravenacrofl arrlved here to-day to play
ln the women'a championahlp tourna
menta ln Canada and th* Unlted Btatea
As membera <>f a team repreeeatlng
Oreal Britain they hav.- entered the
Canadlan tournament, whi.h bagina on
September a at Dtxle. and tha Ameri?
can tournameni ai WUmlngtog, Del. be
ginning Octobei 11
Women Battle Hard for
Victory at the Nets
Two Reversals Rccorclcd in
RAIN DELAYS CUP SINGLES
Mrs. PoiK-h and Miss H.indy
Win Their Place in Lawn Ten?
nis Srmi-Final Round.
?,v <-r<- record ed la lha
i n tennia tournamenl al 11 ??
Moi ? .'? \f '? tl Club, al M '
\ i . when Mi '?'?'IH am xi Pa
?: - i plaee in th.- aeml>
:n.i of the doublea, whlla Ml i
Pla ai Howard Cralg
lublea Tl ?
.... '. |ay In the other
. .. f thei ?.-.-????
. ? tn, tbe
. - . ?
... ? " Mfl
? ,- ? ?
? ? wltb the wlnner of that
,.??-. g Ml ! '" lha
ien for tha
in . omlng throui I ia ???'? ?- Mn
Pouch. a former national i ham] loi and
Mln Hand del tted "
Miss Mberta WTeber at fl-C
,..-,.i | iii foi ?? 'i ahi t>d In the I
volleylng l ard and fa i foi Ihe .
Then Hra Pouch and Mlm Handy, tbe
pair ol the Btatea laland Ladtee1 Qlub,
began to lob defenelvely ao as t.> check
ENGLISH GOLFERS AMAZED
Ouimct's Feat in Tieing Ray and
Vardon Causes Sensation.
niy OaMa le Tl ?? 1 rlbew l
Londa ii. s. pt lt. A big aenaatlon
araa cauaed hera by tha nowt ot tha
trlple ti*- foi lha km* rlcan opi n folf
rhami.tahlp. Brery golfer in the
cnuntr* confldanUy eapected thal tha
championahlp would ba won outiight
by Vardon, Ray or Reld. Special eablafl
n?ve been publlehed wltb atartllng
beadllnea, bui h ai "Folled by Boy Oolf
,.r.pi,,. Daily Chrootcle" deacrlbea
Oolmei'a performanee aa one of tha
im* st in the annala of faw
Full Summary in Play for
National Open Golf Title
The stores in full of those Who sti'iR
f-led to 4\in the open Kolf championship
over the links at the Country < lub, Hiook
line. yist.id.i>. wera as followa:
?rran-l*. Oulflflri WCWTdlaBlt ..l'l
ll,ir:v Vardoa K.nKland.147
Kdavard Ray, Erwland .140
is^iir ihig.n. Rochaaier .181
.1 M l;.un. s. Ta. MBfl .188
Ald Bmlth, Wytuayl. ...1*8
Lt-tt-lfl TellWr, 1 ran e .I8JJ
I IMI ?. i.u.M. All.in'l.' < ?'t\ 183
i'lIerU-rl fltTIHlff, Ifl ???-? I .14?
Patrli k D ? M aat*.188
l.'.i.ur Loi ing. Jtrotit .,...188
?\V (*, Kown.a. J: . < >akmont.. I.*.4
AK? Campball, BraakllBfl.181
M. J .'railv. W'lUatnn .I.*.7
Mri- Campbell, B*ta*akllna.. ..188
?Kr. <1 llerr-ah-f. Nati'.nil ...133
J.,. a 11 io lun-->n All.-eh..nv... .I.Vt
W, B*l.i, Krifl m i 117
Aa. ~||-lth. \\yk.l.-\l . 181
Tom McNamaxa, IkJatori 188
PaTlfll Re*> "l-n. I -'ni: RlVflf l":i
"hfvjf fTiflflfl IM
r n Mnrrar, Rej u .M<>ntr?-al.l?v>
Hob. rt JaOinw Xew Haven...IM
john <r me, Cabuoel . jj??'?
Oiiirl.r. Th'.ni. Si.lu.i*-.-'"' k ... IH
john Dowllaa, Bcaredaie.':'?
?j n Tmven, i ii"' M "lj!l j_J
lt .; Mm doaald, llyde Pam. ."*_"
j ii Taylor. Utbaaide.]''\
mak Balwooal. Q?rd*n ] ly-. jea
I Jarnaa DooaUtaaa. Ulea Vtee Ug
Hobi n?. Bngli wood JB]
i \ ii M,ni.i.. Kaaa vakl . ? i ??*
Dava Ogll le, Morni Coualj ? JM
. ii li Barker. Reebua k /'
, Al?4 H..-s Braa Bur\ \n
Tom ladatrwM, p.. Oea?om...lBl
Ti. ?! Mi _od, . olurobl. .]'?".
Toin Vardon. ainwentala im
j n Tbomaoa, Phlla Ceuatn' \*0
i John Bl Ippa n. MaMetona ,IW
. willl.- Maaulr*. Homaton.|?
Waiter VovaruO*. BkoMB , .im
I 'all K'fT.r, Royal Montreal 108
.io,- Bylvawter. Hew Y..rk Oolf Iflj
c Cammlnga, Beral ottawa.. .l?o
Tom li.tvtr. MacktanburB .MB
tt m Thomaon, dlea RUtga .Wfl
? ? ."-ur.
Wlil.-lr, 4 Harr. ItantptOO, Norlli Vnlnwr,
J J Ollrl.ii. U ,'Hl r.i.la. J Bl v ndl i Hta.
rOmrnonwMlth; n B Bveaa, Hetmon. Bpriaaa;
C-.rate Uw, Uiiltuirol, WlUle Marf_rllne,
?htng Bttaeb of thelr t*ppa*mentfl at
I'rom their side of the t arrier Miss Ca*>
: Ml i Wt bar Hhewlae beaan to
. ball in an effort to dr'.ve Mrs
I nd Mlaa Han ly lato tbe bai k of
. Thelr efforta In this rea| I
-. . ? : ?? :: ? . i .* .if
theae* I fell r-hort. w.th tb* re
? ? ? Mrs Pow ??? aud Mlaa Haady Im
? . . ? . . i : .* by b mt ? ?
t ? : stroke1*
: Mlaa Weber a***deav?
.... ...,,..., nd r-i from
r.- only eentrlbuted a
.vlnaT, In whl .'h the
of Mra Poueh and Mlaa Handy
I a |ed thi ra throa-aj** after the
? | imi I all.
iBaln t ? iten, ln the
li b, with Ederard B H Pen lar*
. at iaa Fl imlriB '"i'i
li,..,.,, thla match tn unex
| .......; i The
? , .1 .. ?? "f Mlnd
?? for n araa played In tha Bltm
. . . ?. | ,..i undet a*onditloaa
tei .i true laat of
Mim Plemmlna contrlbuted the apnsht
I .. rnatcb. knrl and aver
. . naplred her partner I l
ng of aagreaelt/enaaa arhlch often j
,,,,,,,,1 theralllea ror thelr Blde The win-1
i. . . ? Mra B B Neff "A Otto
H Hinek i"i ' ? pla< ?? ln the flnal rouad
t,,..i.iv. when it is . Kpeeted that the tour* |
,l wlll be brouBht to an aad In aii
,,f th- rarloua competitl
Metropolitan Annual Garaea
Draw Host of Stars.
The eaaual mrtearal of th? flealer ehara*
i.ii.nshipi "n track and natd ef Ih* Mette
polltan Itaaoctatlon wBl ba cantaeted at
Trav.rs I-I aad this afternoon. Th.* usual
number "f Olyrople men win comiJa-de, in
Cludlng Klvtat, Mel Shcppard. Alvah T.
Bfeyer, Hatt MeOrath, Pai McDoaald.
n Btrobtno, Platl Adama and niany^
..ih. i of leeeer t*ame.
A bltter ftght f.-i tha point trophy is
antl' ip.it.'I, and the commlttee Of BJ**
raaBemoal aill haea tha Booraa of aftoh
eluh announced after each event, so that
tho spe.tators may know which isaefhow
lag the aay.
Oreat Inlereet eentraa about thc./discus
thn.wum' I ompetltlon, for Marttrj. Sherl
.lati. tha mlghtj IHahaaan, artJJ try to
"come beea*.'' *nMrtdaa liallanraji' that he
ls just Bfl Koo.1 to-day 88 wh?.,n he won
rh.unph.nship Bfter iharnpio/ishlp. and
.baaea his belief upon aetjeal;t***ala with
tha areiabl Several times lr? pra.-tlce he
haa ' on..' wlthln a few fe.etabf his former
Hannaa Kotehi-atainen, r*ne flyini* l-'inn,
li ready for another atta-k upon the two
ln or&t* to add some interest to the
*r?4*;ht, thiowini; COmjafltltlon tha commit?
tee has dectoed ea tb*. Bjratem arhlch was
use.l at Sto.'kholm tStteh eompetltor wlll
hav* a land of rlbbon tled around his
waist. aml when l*o makes hla throw a
flBJJ .?iirt-a-spiindin-e in color to llls walst
han.l wlll ba sturk ln the ground where
ti,.- arelgbl fallai
YET WE C/DULD SPARE A LOT.
Ptom Tha iv*B#hinnt..n star.
Oaa <-n. ..urBarlaa laatar* af n?w vork poii
tl<? la that jnom of It ata>? ln New Verk. ex
cepltnfl- fnr/an n.'.aai.inal pura.le on I'ai.nayl
wmu Bfl enjje on Inauajuratlun day.
IE ALUMNI m
testriction of Last Season Re
moved; "Y" Men Will Be
:RIMSON MEN LOSE WEIGHT
rigers Show Good Effects of
Practice?Brooke Gives the
Penn Squad an Hour
of H;ard Work.
New HaveN. bept. Ik?Marhtng a radl
ai departure from the pollcy in vogue at j r
fale Fleld B year ago. '.'aptam K-tcham, fl
rt the fale eleven, his laaued an appeai.
hrOUgb The Yale Alum.nl Weekly." for
rupport from all former playera. He ee- | ?
wclally Invttaa aii "V" thea te eorne to : t
few Havea ar.d gaahrl in coachlng theK
The pollcy of the roarhes last year in j
nvltlng only aelected former playera to M
laalet ln lhe work was the cauee of macb \
Uaaatlafactlo-1 'aptain K.tcham says: j'
"Every fale graduata i? earnestly i ]
i-k.-.l to return and lend wl.at BeelBtance ;
M an. and hntli Head COBCh JOOOfl
i wiii h*. very flnd to see you. Tale '
med- tO Bin, and the h'-arty support Bltd
?o-operation of gradUBtee, as well as nn- ' *
lergraduatea, ? an do a lot toward aehlev- 1
ns: this reaull "
Deaplte a drtBBting rain. the firat and | j
leoond 'varalty alevena were aenl throuuh
moro than an hours algnal drill on the
Beld thia afternoon Wlleon, a sopho
nore, now aeema to ba a fl-ture at r-uar
lerbach on the 'varalty. Frank tUahey,
th<- old Yale end. who ls asslstlng in
coachlng for the tirst time ln B number
of yeara ia quoted as i-aylng that Wii?
son wlll develop into one of the best
the Hlne has had in recent
The Hral and mond tram.j- Bill hava a
practice game to-morrow The flret game
nf tha aeaaon wlll ba wltb Wutdoyutt
next W tdneedey.
| Bl Tel^craph to The Tribune. ]
Cambrldge, Maaa., sept. il?The seven
hani ?eeelona of preliminary footi.ail
practice held hy tho Harvard candldatea
lip tO Thuraday niehf was all th.- work
that Coach Haughton would allow hla
in. ii to do this w,-.-k I.ast nlcht a glance
at tha arelghta fl the men Bh wed that
man ol thein had dropped away down.
an-i Train--r Donovan araa uawtlllng to
allow tha boya to do any more hard work
at pres. nt
Xhla morning, while the centres and
quarterbacka cama out for preliminary
work before the arrlval of the .nttre
aquad, they wera adbn recalled. The h.vKs
an*l lin-nvn did BO work at all. More
than thls. the head coach wlll COUdUCt BO
to-morrow, the men havlne unt'.l
Mondaj afternoon, to reat. The r..;irh>s.
however, hav tentatrvely arranged the
aquad Into elevena, and these win get
down to w...k >.n algnala wheo tha y eoma
out th. flrat ol tha week. a few of tha
men urtll he coacbed in the maantlma
Thls afternoon coachoa H.nn;hton and
ii.-.rry Oardner notored to Newport, R. !??
taking four Of the quarterba.-ks -arith
them. The men In the aquad were F. J.
Brad. laat year'a haifhack. who win ba
tha? regular quarter for the 'varalty, pre
vlded he -an meet the expeetatlona of the I
coachea; Preedly and Logan, two of last
r s 'varelt) ?ubetltutea, and young
Rolllna, who although Kre.-n. h.is mad*ya
mlghty good Impreaelon. aii ol theee
playere, however, need .1 lot of Indtrlgual
coachlng, and no tlma arlll oe lost on
When the eollepe opens on Morjrlay at
le-tst twenty m< i itea ara/espect
ed otl the flel 1. ther-e Ineludlrw Tudor
Oardlner, the tackle of tara aaajbona ago.
The Crtmson niua.1 then wUI number
riose to one hundred, hit arlll gtrobabty he
cut before the 'varelty"a , 'irst game
-.--t the I'nlversity of Mhlne. a week
from to-m .rrow.
(Il> Telegraph lo Th-JTrlbur.e.]
Princeton, N -i. Bept/ttt Keono Fitz
patri.-k cut thr fcaotbadl/ecrimmaga down
to ball an hour on BOCOUnt of the rain
this afternoon ItMtegU there was a long
algnal and blocklng drill and a thorom,-h
eoai blng In ta< kiiuga
Th.. tackllng baa been mtaerable the iast
two daya and ao A)bdreara s.-nt the wh"ie
s.niri.i througb thr? work with tha dummy.
Polloning this th*? acrub and 'varalty Mned
up Bgalnal ? a.ii other, nnd the latta
w.-nt through 'th. ir regular playa Ko
tackllng araa allowed, but Ihe Unemen
praetlaed Mogklng each "th.>r Bpedal aP
tentlOO was rtuld t" making the line open
bolea properiy for the bark* and to bring?
lng up tha rudtmenta .>f an Interferencfl
The aerlmmaga whleh foliowed Bhowed
the effeCfB of thls pra.-tire, for the holea
op.-ned for F. Tr.-nkman were an im?
provement over yeeterday. it was largely
tiuou^ii line breaktng tbal tha 'varalty
carried the ball doara t.? the acrubflf R
rard/llne, and then, after a forward rass
hadrfatled, puahad it over for a Bdbre,
Philadelphia, lept ll.?Wltb the tirat
K-me of tha Fniv.-rsity of M*> nnsyUania
Ibotball aeaaon only eight daya off.
ffQOQTga Brooke gave his men some of the
most BtranUOOa praotb-e they have so far
andertaken this afternoon. Despite the
sllppery ilcl.l, puked elevena had nn hour
of hard flcrtmmage, bcsldes a brtef slgna!
ilrlll and aome puntlng praetl.-e.
The 'varslty, led by <'aptain Young.
worked forward pggaafl and made goo'l
galna by plunglng the Une.
OaatOn I'nuxtls and Albert Miller, cap?
tain of the llll team. were out to asslst
In drllllng the men.
The Rad and Hlne eleven is srheduled
to meet Oettyaburg next Baturday, on
Franklln Fleld, tn the openlng game of
thelr 1913 season.
[By Telegraph to Tha Tntnine 1
Amherst. Mass , .Sept. 10.?Showing a
graal daal of pepper the Amherst fi><>t
l.all squad went IhlOUgh B hard days
work on a nuid covered fleld this after?
noon. Helne HObba was ald.-.l in his
coachlng by Dlck Abele, the Clgcfe quar
terbaofc on the 1011 team. Hehba took
charge "f tha tirst aquad and drilled the
men la slgns and formation work. Ab.l.
was la OOaamand of the second team and
loread the men to the llmlt.
Intereated Btudenta were aurprtaed to
-..,. the complete ahake-up whhh oyer
took the regular men "Bjr Hubbard
was Khlft?n to quarterbaek on tha
eeniba while Qeorge Washburn. the for?
mer Andover athl.'te. took his plaee.
rilllv Tow. th.' Xew York Clty lad. was
11 fted from the bink fleld and plBCOd at
*-nd on the oeruba. Laal yeara right
end. Henrj Bwaeey, was moved over t?
end on thr aecond team. while his plaee
was taken bv Kverett McTurnen, a for?
mer iitar on Boya' High.
lis Jt Boxing
ID SHOWING DESPf
RAIN Al WHITE PLAINS
Uodfrey Preece Carries Off
Major Honors wlth
.EADS MIXED SADDLECLASS
felix M. Warburg Captures
First Place in the Four-in
Hand Class?Butwell Wins
Among the Hunters.
Oodfrey Preece'a aaddle horses Fl?her
nan. a cheatnut geldlng. and Rlackstorrn.
i black geldlng, ehowed thelr true form
n wlnnlng the blue rlbbon ln the mixed
laddle horae class on the thlrd day of
he Westchester County Horse Show at
A'hlte Plalns yesterday. In splte of a
iteady drlzzle and a heavy track there
*.ere few wlthdrawals.
William H Hanleya Gllttering Glory
ind Sir Evelyn. the latter rldden by Mra.
B YV. f'lark, of Boaton. attracted much
ittentlon, and aarned the red.
Aithough only two entrles appeared for
;he park four-ln-hand class the lntereflt
?raa keen and the Judges had some dlffl*
-uity in plckln** the victor The award
pvas flnally made to Fellx M. YVarburg'e
trail known four, Piincees. Counteas,
Empreas and Queen of the West, drlven
hy Walter Kelly J. rampbell Thomp
lon's Counsellor and Chancellor and La.'
M. Newgaea's Storm Klng and Cambriogfl
Klng. were tenmed up together, but trj*
four dld not move along well and hadtfto
be content with the red
Edward McLean's Imported E'lroaaan
champion Jumper and hunter Alarna mflt
ivlth his second reverse ln two daya wh?n
he was bOBtfln ln the hunters' o*a*a by'
Pav.d I'ows chestnut geldlng "Butwell I
In spite of the ra'.n and wet grotind, gom*
fine hurdllng was wltnessed. ^ nryoa'
Wing'a Vanlty carried off die yellow, |
wlr.nlng over three other **ompet',tora
Vanlty, however, recelved th** Haa ln th*
bunter's clasa wlth women rtdera. wltb
Mr. Wing's Benlto ln thlrd/position
Sonia 4von her third blu/e rlbbon of the
nhow when she was plloabd to vh-tory br
Mrs. Herhert L. Oam*), her owner, ln
Claaa 44. for aaddWhorses r.ot exceedlng
16 2 hands. Miflfl Webb's Chesterfield
took the red.
Mrs. Ge-rge WaUlen captured f.rat
place wlth her bayrmare. Miss Lemon. ln
Class 63. for t-addle horses over 15.1
hands. bred and/rai*ed in Westches'er
i ounty. -Tohn 1 Powney's ehestnut
mar*. June. gave Mrs Wallen a c'.ose
lusala for the prize. but got oaly tha red.
Nestledown, ''hanrellor w-as the win
ner of anc-tber blue rlbbon in hi::
borae riass of earar laVI hands. arlth
J Caa*aPbaBl Thompson drlving
against the seven other entrants Tbe
neat pair. I'har.cellor and Counsellor.
-,*n the hlue f..r Mr. Thompson :n the
pairs of h raea claaa arlth hia
.?ther Balr. Fa'.' arach ar.d Gweedo:.-, t.iK
ing second place
Mr. Thomrson and Godfrey P
were ti?-? i at the end of th- aay la the
number of B**8ta taken to date Mr.
l'reern iron only "n* hlae yeata
while Mr. Thompson captured thr-***,
maklng it fi\ all. PeltB M W*r ? I
succeeiled ir. t iking two ftrnt r
The ahow arill close this aft** 1
with championship t-laflSses BBBklni
the greater p:trt of the programme
The awar.is follow:
Claaa -<> ttecal i om harr.e?? horaea-? *.Y'n
-on * hr. g S**1
. ouaai :? fl N**tl< I
J Camj ball Tl ? I
Fa'.' a:i?*r:', ini - I !f'?'n '"?
., willl un Z ? b. Tne I iiot
an 1 hr. | .-.r Ri ?*:r?r. thlrd.
Claaa 22 iloeal barn*** ?. orlaa, ui l?r 14 a
? ? . ;.a ai; ???, i'
wlth ehlldren to ?r Mra Wllllaaa
Zlaaler, jr.'a, br. m. Ba-aTahatn Netty.
,,lr ? Mrl V i.'.e.- '"i: *
M WorljjruB I.. Bfl. Moodlani Laly Un-*.
Claaa 44 .?aa'! lle '.:rr*et>. over 15 and r.ot *x
raa.-iing 16.8 har..l?)--Won hv Mr- Heri-rt La
latap'a ch. m. KonJa; M:*e l'or*hy Wobba
rh k. ' ">'?? -atartie! I. -econl. Walter H Han
.)? h. ir. Moratne Qloty, 0*4.
t'laes UM .h'U.t.-: ?< .-a?. 1 r'.iier. br Iftdt**)--*
Wea i v I Brj ** Wlng'a ch. m. Vanlty; ZA
u..rl M-I.eins rh. g. M'.gnball. ? -?'-. *?
Brrc* Wlh*fa * I I 'eclto. thlrd.
Claaa h (harnawa horao*. over 15 l ar.i not
?Za-flCa-dlaa i"' ; handa)?Won by J Car. rbail
Thom-*4*?*>n'i ... m Na-fltledown r.i !v rrlax; I>
M, Kawaaaa Company'* br. g. Cantrridg* Kint,
Inrtnaton Pavm'fl ch. g. Irv'.-.a-ton
w . N*ot tbird
r;a-? tO (aaddl* ber?ea, aarar 153 r--.*i>?
Won hv Walter II Hanley* b. g BtT
Mlae rlarltel JeSeraon'e el m Bh*tlfl
i. at, N***a*aaa CoaptaBjr'a b. rn. september
Morn. thir !
i-lana 81 ipolo ponie?. to be -abeWB wlth rnal
. t and ball anl ri I i-n bf r.e:i.r*ar af a clull
ln the Polo Aa*a*tt-flCafl*t?**)?Won OT BAgtt "
iiauaen'a kt. k **raekl?ifl; E-Vir Y. C ? aaa*
gt k Stealawav. aflCOOd; J.'hn F. V ttttft
I.. fl) I'reino. thlr,1
? 'lasa 11 iralr.-. tMntflfla h^r*e?. to bfl a-'ewn,
before a lady'-. vihl,-!e. wl:h la.!--- t !l*l ?' ?
Won by K. ? M. Warbura'a Nk m, W l'****|
):?!;; r. ?? tnd blk. m. Woo.llania Coun1'*; BB
ompi titor .,
''ii-s '3 tlocal; ptia* eap- far laoraae aTM
b:i!i,ts or over ar.d htet anl ral
ct.eater CeantrV?Woa by Mra Oi >Cf* Wallaarfl
b. ni M;a? !.env*n: John I Dowaey'fl B
June, aea-end; William Muldoon'a eb i ?*'?
Lflon, third. ?
Clav-a ?-S C 'in-aia. open t* all m*l ? ?
torat r-. om lzei hunt plub)?Woa bj varta
Dtri ?'? eb g Butwell; Ed*a ird V '
Aiarm. a-aa-ead; 8 Bryea Wiaaffl eb. ?'? ^anl'""'
-i (fonr-ta-baada; te ba ahown '**
park t?mn; ha I ' "' 1
Fellx M Warhurit'- W -
Woodland Coimte**, a- wheelera i ,'
:,. ; Ei ipreM an.i Queen i f th. VVem
e.? j campball "*b**rn-va->n and U M > * :
nii?i Rtorm Kinp .i-i' Cmmbrldgi
Ita San, nn.l *?"**tledown i
do*- ?' Cbani allor, as arheel
riaaa H (aaddle horaea; to ,,
ruui and .. ?"?'?"-?
Oh c Fl-ticrman anl Oodl
BlaAaton*. rldden b, MIm L Beav BJ
u il Hanleya b. m. Ollfterlna Olory tw>
W ii Hanleya b. g. Mr Rva
Mr*. K W. i'lark, v.-ond. Mra fcdmln '?*'
Babcoek'a Mk k Woodland **A^ta*aU
r,>k'H gr -* Cateb tf fl*aaaflfla, 11 '? ???'" hv 39t
Colltna, thiri aji
Ciatm 18 Ooeal hai*a**a hon
,, ui) won bv i r-mpMI Tl m J
own Chancellor; !-?.!*- m " ,lllma
blk. m. Qu.en of ti.- Weat. aee ?'. w,u
BflBder, Jr > i.r | Tbe Pii.-t. *Mrd
HOCKEY CAPTAIN QUITS
Harvard Team Must Elect a
Leader to Replace Sortwell.
Caml.r.dge. Maaa . aWpt ?? **?* *
Sortwell. of ^'la.aaset. Ut . ******
the Harvard 'varaity ho.-k-v team. .nl
Hed thfl college authoritles to-.UV *??*'
would not return this fall. Tin- rn?K'?
neceaaary the election of a succesaor
hockey captaln. nt
Manager R. St. B. Hoyd t**-'11**1^,.8;^
out noti.es to that effect to >?pmbe"nf
the team. calllng for a apeoia ?****;.
to elect B new captain. Sortwell. fan
iarly known Bfl "1'etr." aaa ' ^
one of the apeedleat *********
played on a I'rimson Bfl** '; ?
AUTOMOBILES FOR REnT!- ?
5 AND 7 PASSKN..KK ?'?J^l^.'^a **
hour, dav or m-nth. BU At**t***0*
T*l. Klieralde 160H.