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JUDGES OVERLOOK FLYBACKPLACE
PLACE XIDLJCK SECOND INSTE4 Dif
if AiD llACEtiOEltS HOWLIllxnp
Illxnp Over the TfroYnrOldi of BTti BThomas
Thomas I the First Roe at AqnedootI
7w L Orthodox Gallop Home mod Oceanf
f Tide Wins I B Drive Favorites LoseHundreds
Hundreds of racegoers who visited Aqusduov
duct yesterday afternoon want homo laitnight
night willing to bet their bank rolls thatE
I ER Thomass Flyback finished iccond toCoy
Coy Maid In the first Brent Instead of hlaStable
Stable companion Niblick Flyback wasnddcnby
nddcnby Traveri who tald be sot the placehjl4
hjl4 3r Tbomais racing partner AlexKhlelttav
Inilited that Flyback wsseoood
Khlelttav not only FTbaok Wand
seoodbut asked Andrew Miller to protestto
E t the stewards of the meeting P J UwyerMd
Md W 8 Vosburgb In his behalf MrWUUr
WUUr went Into the stand alter the rod boardbad
bad mad the official placing of the firstthree
thN horses final but the stewards refusedto
to make any cbncThat
That an error was committed there waslittle
Th a ror
little room for doubt Flyback was distinguished
a tinguished from Niblick by a broad magentaMab
Nlblok
Mab across tha Jockeys era Ilk jacket andbo
S bo by tba fact that the former colt woreblinkers
aL Ue
t blinkers while the latter ran without themXoUng
XoUng the bl fat those who watched ther1u
Iaou closely at poialble from start to finishwwj
t positive that Flyback and not Niblickmad
F mad nearly all the runnlnrtbplnt
m tba point opposite the betting ringFlyback
Flyback was In front with only I small marginorer
orer Andrew Mlllera Cs Maid nilclebrandrode
rode the latter and ho put up such I terrlflodrive
drive that Ooy Maid gradually wore Flybackdown
ri down until aa they pained the judges lineof
of vision the Thomas colt was completelyhut
4 r shut out of view 1residing Judge flarenoMcDowell
3k McDowell who under the mlle ti held reapoQslblo
apoQslblo for the first horse only but Is Ipot
pected to assist ID the plablng of the othertwoIf
c pot decided that Coy Maid hadwon
won by a couple of Inches Ui wan unableto
r to ie who the second horse was but trailedKscutoheon
f Escutcheon third Asitstant Judge 0 1
tben tblr
i PcttlnglU evidently called Xlbllctc secondwith
Pettn1
with Escutcheon third a length before FlyI
t I bacjj 1 there could be no other solution ofth
4 th pnzzla At any rate when Xlbllolcnumber
appeared second tothatf
I number which was 1 appaed
nabe the winner there was consternationon
on every hand A crowd surrounded thejudge
U judge stand confident that the mistakewould
would be rectified Shields a outspokenancTsowere
I ancTsowere a hundred other turfmen who badelololy
elololy watched the tlnlsh The men who callthe
I the bones for th newspaper charts all agreedUulEly
Ft UulEly ack h been the second horse andwhen
when Travers said that such was the canther
I ther was a great howlNiblick
Niblick and Flyback liad been made hotTorll
favorites at 1 to 10 coupled In th straightbetttns
betttns but the place quotations were par
rata 1 t 2 being Nlblloka price while I to ITrkej
I Trkej tbe ole against Flyback When tinred
red board went up the crowd lined uplo
to cub and half a dozen of the leadlag
I lag bookmakers expressed their feelingsIn iIn
In no uncertain manner One of them lath
th beat of the moment threatened tobring ibrl
I bring suit against somebody or other forthe
the money ba had paid out on Niblick for aplace
place when Niblick actually finished fourthJattr
Jattr TUB SUN man naked Judge McDowellIf
If tieoould expiate how the tnlrup occurredHe
saidI
He
le III
I otnnot lay Aa 1 always the case I kmheld
held rwpoailblo for the placing of the flmthorso
I horse only although I can assist In callingtbeotbera
tbeotbera L possible The finish was 1 closethat
t that Coy Mae completely shut off the secondhorse I
l i horse Whether It wu Flyback or Niblick
t 1 could not state but I called Escutcheonthird
third That Is all I know about the matterJudge
V Judge Pettlngl would not admit that amistake
mistake bad been made nor would he conMflt
mtl h mae
DIrt t due the tangle In any way TheIncident
Incident caused nothing but gossip the restf
f 1 afternoon Coy Iad the winnermewled
r mewled weight t everything i the raceI
I 4 d4Jttwgh ah opened favorite at 7 to I
she went back to I to 2 because of the heavyplajr
k t ply on the Thomas pair But th KingstonAlly
Ally shewed her class and consistency whennhe
herD the fire furlongs over a slow trackIn
recordII In 0M d6i a fifth of a second behind the trackrecord
ran
II L Barmans Orthodox prohibitivefavoritevon
1 favoritevon the Nassau Handicap for threeyearolds
yearolds seven furlongs Just breezing andbeatlnc
beating Mlneola 12 to E by two length In
138 liOeean
OseanTideSto I second choice ran up toform
i form when she won the handicap for all all
4 4 at a mile In a sharp drive by a head IulI
I Bhaw rode her with skill allowing Ascensionthe
the top weight a 10 to 1 shot to make the pno
t the middle of tboltretcb where Oce TldoclnMe
challenged and got away with it E RThomass
Thomass 8t Valentine 12 to 2 favorite rantblrdtwo
tblrdtwo lengths back and a length and a lialfbefore
before Graceful a 7 t 2 good thingFunny
4 Funny Bide 4 to 1 ran away from a bigBold
Bold of mares In the second race a six f urlonesand
lonesand wax a handy winner by two lengthIn
1 lUi 35 Clear th Areau 7 to 2 got upIn
In time t nail the place from Princess kthelina7ioib7a
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Johnson tralnM by 0 Oxzauit
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MEO diltxL all and a bait turlongsKtrtuaniAtt
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TOY DOGS AT WALDOnFASTORIACrmb I
Crmb ef > Ti4tors at tba opmms of theSpaniel
ClaWs ShowFashionables
Spaniel aab SowFuhfoaabl
Fashionables who own pet dags and aomewho
who only own them because It is a fashionwith
with a pawing stream of outsiders andloungers
loungers from the lobby made a crowd bothday
day and evening at the ehovr of the ToySpaniel
eTn
Spaniel Club of America yesterday at theWaldorfAstoria
Amorca
WaldorfAstoria It was held In a suite ofthree
three rooms on the flrst floor and In viewof
0 tho unexpected crush tlie one sigh of theoommtttoewomen
oommtttoewomen was that they bad not takenone
one of the large bal upstairs The ahowcould
could have stood the added expense and stillmads
loads money but that was a minor consideration
ation for the president Thomas W Lawsonof
of Boston who knows plenty of spanielsecrets
secrets but hasnt written them up yet has Ina
the club fromany
a sporting way guaranteed club
any lot
James Mortimer of Heupatead who workedlike
like a bearer as judge finished with forty ofthe
the classes before dinner He will begin workon
on the remainder and the specials this mar
lug I was quick action under somewhatadverse
adverse conditions for the twelvefoot squareIn
In wbloh be worked had to hold two tablesa
a blackboard and two stewards besides MrBtortinw
Btortinw and the eight or ten exhibitorswith
with their dogs In each class Obviouslythe
the dogs could not be walked about and MrMortimer
Mortimer did most of his comparing by standIng
Ing them on the tables There was alwaysa
a fourdeep row of women nod men liningthe
the rails of the jtilgtng ring and a similarcrush
crush before the show bonohes But folksnibbed
ribbed elbow In good nature and they foundIt
It a pleasure to look over the ranlne celebrities
ties of 1 many big bench shows under suchsociable
sociable conditionsMen
Men except when escorting or talking withwomen
women kept on their bats I they would at aMadison
Madison Square Garden show and the womenwere
were In spick and span walking suits Afterdinner
dinner nearly all were In evening drossMrs
Mrs Nrlla Ooldenberg chairman of Uiebench
bench show committee was the busiestperson
person of all save Judge Mortimer andonly
only second to her In activity was Miss J CIrwlnMartln
IrwlnMartln who had charge of a raffle fora
a painting and a spaniel puppy Amongthe
the women who attended nearly all of whomwere
were exhibitors were Mrs Perry BelmontMiss
Miss Ethel Waterbury Mrs Schuylcr Hamilton
ton Mrs A M BayniocdMallock Mrs CH
H Chapman Mrs Schuyler Crosby MissKitty
Kitty Cameron Mra R Harding Davis MissChampion
Champion Mils Mary Henderson Mrs R FMayhew
Mayhew Mlas H O Parlott Wee C C Whitnoy
noy Miss KsUlle Blxby Miss May BrennenMrs
Mrs H T Harrison Mrs Ford Bonn MissViola
Viola Lad Mrs P F Dole MM J LlndleyMlllard
Mlllard and Mrs U Lee AnsteyThe
The Dearest approach to Jewel In toedecking
decking of the dogs rumors t the contrarynotwithstanding
notwithstanding was a gun inotal chain at
tached to a French bulldog for I to thebenching
benching the show was a thoroughly workmanlike
manlike one aow showing their pets eachwoman
woman carried an ordinary hair brush withwhich
which t give the dogs coat I rub hn theusually
te
Judge was not looking and a they held tecu I
leash with ODe band the hair brush weuu
usually waved aloft In the other eo that atfirst
first glance It sometimes looked as thougha
Ilao I
a scene of combat impended In the ringbut
but the thought was an unwarranted oneAlong
Along one aide pf the judalnc room againstexhibit
I backing ot reO cloth the twenty cnlnelfrm
from ramwold Ibe lan 01 Thom s WUluQn
Lawson nade a tine showing Notabll
exhibit wore a PliDol epnlei M andrl
Mrs lblt P Fosters Knraa and Mrs o H PBolraont
Belmont r PappUllon Jluby now a rage InParta
Paris where the breed l dubbed colloquiallythe
the monkeyfaced terrier mKama
Kama 11 low bodied sort of spaniel withfeathered
feathered legs and I plumllke tall I broaddomed
domed hew butterfly ears full ntij oxprMsive
prMsive but deeply cci brown eye and nproud
proud and dignified arzaqa that has earned ifor
for the pets the title of lln dog of pare t
On the contrary te Papcn flnby hl aminiature I
miniature sable collie In coot U of I gentleand Iand
and merry bearing hat denlpe IU mischievous Imonkey
monkey face gleaming tenh and bristlingmuMaches
muMachesBut
But you should see Ruby playing on thelawn I
lawn Raid German Hopkln who had thePapplUonin
PapplUonin charge Ruby then flies aboutlike
like I steam engine and will tackle any < oiethat
that comes along null careless that her two Ipounds
pounds of flesh would only be a mouthful fora I
a mastiff or huldol IAnother
Another Parisian craze Oridons Br ellulA Ilolnc
lolnc was represented br eight of somewbblvarying
varying type the exhibitors b Itewllan1nl iKernocnan
I Kernocnan with five Mrs 0 nJ P Belmont >
mont Mrs Thomtla W Ring and Jules FerondThn
The breed like the BchlpperUes Is a creationof
of Belgium and the dog which Is somewhat Ilike
like a smooth Yorkshire terrier has the whiskers I
kers of a wire coated fox terrier They arevery
very bright and companionable unite athome
home In alt the crush of the room BeninPomeranian
Pomeranian and Maltese poodles aa a self offto
to the noted winners near them made a prettyrlnir
sightPerhaps
Perhaps tll closest contest In the Judilnj
rlnir was In the Fomeraniun for the a1adIn
In the winners class < for dogs between MissK
K TJ Doyles Peebles Mrs It K MaybewsFoxhttU
FoxhttU Dandy and Mrs F Chamnlo1s TinyConnueror
Connueror In the ebon hue of coat thelatter
latter pair hnd the better of It but for lengthand
and quantity Peebles scored altliouvh alI
hal brought out some ore Peeblpretired
retired the prize with Foxhllls Daudyreorve
re < TVeTfip
The following awards were made In winners
neTs classesBlenheim
eaaeDlenbelm
Blenheim ipunleli does Nellcote Kennel champion
plan Auburn Perfection bitches Asaton KeondfAlhton
Alhton OoddePrince < >
Prince Chare ipanlrls does Thomas W Lawsoos
1rD Uhton Detcnder clients AJbion KennelsA
A tton Ornamentlot
Abo Charles spanish dor Urn P MentMiSimnon
Samson Vetun Dukenuhy bltcbe Mrs 1 Le Anlleva champion iVetun
nutty spaniel dog Mrs 1 Ls Aruteys Vettn
Hn FaceJapanese Trump bItches Thomas W Latreona SweetFace
Japanese snanlcls don CrcMwftod Kennelsrhtmplon
champIon Crelwood Oyama bitches Mrs n THarrltona
Harrltona Oku nPeklnee
Peklnee ante dogs and bItches Mr andUr
Ur D P Posters ma ane
Yorlohtre terriers Iors Mrs P Senn HalifaxDaden
Daden bltehe Mrs F Senns Queen of FalrtesPomeranians
Pomeranians dots atlas K I Dorics Frebiesbitches j
bitches Thlrlsmere Kennels Thlrlameie Peggy I I
JIMMY BRIT COUITfG EASTCrack
Crack Californian Ial Out a CampaignHere
Here McGovtfn Ttants to Meet IllmJimmy
Jimmy Brit has announced that hn Is temake
make a flying trip to the Eat in a few weeksHe
He says that when he Is here he will be readyto
to meet all omen at lightweight 13 poundsringside
ringside Baltimore Is the only place whereBrltt
Brltt could fight above six rounds In Philadelphia
delphia sixround contests with no decisionare
are allowed and In all probability the Cal
fornlan will be len In that city Suit whowill
will b Britta opponent Is a matter of conjecture
jecture There are any number of ambitiousyoungsters
youngsters in Britt a class In Philadelphiawho
1
ounlter eM
who will be prepared to fight him Theyare
are just 11 their element a six rounds and arefar
far from bell what some folks term eMlarkl ymarks
marks There Is talk of the Westerneralready
taking on TAr Movrn Ech ha InIdea
Idea that he can whip the other theY hlveaiedmet
already met Itwasln a fourround bout In SanFrancisco
Francisco when unIt I a novice Terrysays
says he allowed BrIt to lay four roundsi
with blot andTbe Jlke 1 good showing rOlnaw
dMel this anti the only aolutlQn to the Brt
tlen of aupN0rly will be for them to metaLan
The question of weight may be a barrier
to the match McOovern want to fightst
at ISO pounds Kolhlnr less than IU poundsrlngsldft
rlngsldft will suit UnIt Perhaps Brit maycome
come to some understanding for anothermatch
match with Joe flans at Baltimore TheBrltt
Eureka A C ot that city Is reedy t give
Brltt a liberal purse It he consents to meet
the negro under calf condition BuchIf
a lro propel made would attract an
Immena Com I every one was conorte
vnr Stat the par meant 14 put UP an bon
t battle the pton of the ring would pay
action aU sorts of fsnoy prices t MSthe two Inaction
DlUlartUTb
The amateur 1 Inch balk line handicap
tournament at the Broadway Billiard Academy
emy which was postpone d on account of theHoppeCutler
HoppeCutler match was resumed
HoppeCter reume yesterday
day afternoon By Q Chlchester toi and F
Wright 8 The game which lasted thirty
tblry
Innings was won by Chlcheeter by a marginof
of 2 points The score being Chlchester
G Wrlfht 57 Chlohester mad a with runof
of 12 which was 4 point hlghor than rights
beat run The evening game was contested
by F IIIU handicapped at 100 points ands
plntl
s o Ostrora 8 Hill won In easy fashion Intwenty
twenty Innings The score Tie Hill 10
Ostrom 70 The winner scored a high runof
of 2 and ai average otPool iPool
PoolIn
In the handlCHp pool tournament at MauriceDalys
Julys Academy last night Wtrrlnglon andMeehan
I
Meehan met In the play off of the triple tied1w
for first place Much interest was takenIn
In Ipl aml 1Mhan won the game bycomfortHble
comfortHble mariln H I picked the bullsoff
off nicely and made Ws p point whileVirdngton
Virdngton was mklna 45 This tputVorrlngton
Vorrlngton out of the rare Iravlng Schlnffand
prize and Hfelmn the only I competitors for theprUc
Jr
GOSSIP OF THE RACRTRMI
I MOBE HVMOM aEOAnDtXG THEI
I JlHIOUfbtf HEACII COVRHKlleiiort
RumH7V
union That W A linsenian May LeaseJlorrli
Jlorrli r Is Not Generally BelleveOJohnson
Johnson Un 120000 on 5012111TrlmlfleAlfy
Trimble Alfy Lakeland Dies SuddeitlyThere
There was a wild rumor afloat at Aqueduct
duct yesterday to the effect that there wouldbo
bo no more racing at Brighton Beach and thattha
the present racetrack there would be turnedInfo
Info an Immense amusement enterprisebuilt
built on the lines of Luna Park and Dreamland
land at Coney Island It was further etatodthat
that William A Kngeman the owner of theBrighton
Brighton track Intended to lease the MorrisPark
Park property and apply to the Jockey Clublor
for dates for summer and fall meeting WithIts
Its big accommodations for the racegolngpublic
public It was pointed out by those who circulated
culated the yarn that Morris Park would baa
a far better place for the running of the Brighton
ton Handicap the Brighton Cup and themany
many valuable stakes usually decided at thebeach
beach and that In leasing the Weitcheaterraoaooursa
racecourse Mr Engeman would be rankingnot
not only a popular but a profitable moveWhile
While Mr Engeman could not be roicbedlast
last night It may be sold thatC J Fitzgeraldwho
who recently signed a ten years contract tote
take charge of the Brighton Beach BaaingAssociation
Association staled a week ago when a almllor
la story was circulated that there was uothIng
lag In It Mr Fltagerold also add that racingwould
would continue at Brighton for mar yearato
t oome and that the present mile trackwould
would be In circumference
woud considerably enlargod crcmterence
terence while many other Improvementswould
would be made before next year Those whoheard
bear yesterdays rumor said that MorrisParks
Parks popularity would warrant Its reopeningunder
under new management such as the Brightonpeople
people could give It and that If Mr Engemanreally
really made a deal for the property he wouldmeet
publicAlfy meet with hearty support from the racegolngpublic
Alfy Lakeland a well known follower ofthe
the turf and a brother of William B Lakeland
land died yesterday from a complication ofdiseases
diseases He was taken ill last summer andwent
went to a sanitarium but recently came outa
a shadow of his former Pelf Three days egoLakeland
Lakeland visited Aqueduct hut during theraces
races ha collapsed and was taken away tothe
the hospital where nothing could be donefor
for himAlbert
Albert Simons added another horse to thestring
string that will carry his colors at New Orleansthis
this winter when b purchased Prince BalmBalm
Balm from X4 V Bell yesterday price privateSimons
Simons has also signed Jockey George Olandton
on a two years contractArchie
Archie Zlmraer says that i will be sometime Itm
time bsfore Acefull can race again TheMirthful
Mirthful olt who ran In the English Derbylast
last year was cut down in a race the otherday
day and In addition to this Injury he pulled upbleeding
bleeding In his last two ltrl
Dave Johnson won 120000 on South Trimbleyesterday
yesterday It was said In the ring after therace
race He bought tho horse from John ADrake
Drake and has tried several limes unsuccessfully
cessfully to win him out Yesterday be gotIt
1 to S for his money and be placed It withthe I
the usual lavish bandMattle
Mettle Oorbett and his friend had a mildkilling
killing under way t Out of Reach In thefifth
fifth race backlog the English bred horsadown
down t 10 t t They might have cashedtoo
too with a better startEverybody
Everybody had the tip ou St Rom a Allybelonging
belonging to Father Bill Daly who startedIp
Ip the second race after being absent fromthe
the races for a year St Roma was helddown
down t 4 to I lu the opening prices and wasbacked
backed tc 7 t closing equal favorite withClear
Clear the Arena But she ran In the good oldDaly
Daly rtyla and finished so far back thather
her buckr are still looking for her lievane
vane Burrtotte and Belle of Portland wereaUa
aUa Unokod down for killings ID the sautene
ne bit they did not materializeOld
Old April hower was also trotted out fora
a coup prllowr raw bnt he never badlooklii >
lookliiLittle
Little ts beard nowaday of Orover Clareland
land Fuller who was the leading jockey ofthe
the country a year ago He U not workingin
in a livery stable over in Flathush as generally
ally reported but 1111 floating around theWhite
White Light district rilne the turf baa JOatracton
attraction for hll Incidentally be weighsabout
about ISO poundsPeter
Peter Wimmer made what appears to bean
an excellent Investment when he purchasedOcean
Ocean Tide for 7000 at tho Drake saleHlldobrand
Hlldobrand rode two winners and twoseconds
secondsTODAYS
TODAYS CARO FOR AQlKOVCTOakilale
Oakilale Handicap for TivoTearOldsthe
the FeatureThe
The Oakdale Handicap for twoyenroldssix
six furlongs will be run nt Aqueduct todayJames
James 1 Koeuos Augur may be the choiceover
over Cairngorm Merry Lark Bank and 1
back In tho lint race at seven furlongsPalette
Palette Emergency John F and AndrewMack
Mack look formidable while In the secondrace
race at a mile Irish Witch Eugenia BuruliLord
Lord fledge and Flunmula have duncesworth
worth considering In the fourth race at amllH
mllH and n furlong The Southerner Carbunclfl
bunclfl Lord Badge Glisten nod TUespkmmay
may go well while Trapper will doubtless beplayed I
played to win the fifth raN for twoyearoldat
at Uvo furlong from Niblick Kilties Inspiration
ration and others Maidens of all ages willrun
run in the last race at a mile with Billy Kocheloin
loin Lawson hell Metal and Arietta fIguring
the best of a poor lot entries arefoliowa aafollows
followsFirst
First nace for three yearolds atlllng seven
furlongsConldratlon
Conldratlon 1071 Handful soJohn
John I toe Itob Itoynmergcnci MEmergency
Emergency IM Clear the Arena toAndrew
Andrew Slack103 Palette tt
Lord oltlK Valley 103 Water P njy 94
I Neplunus 101 ArlettaSecond MSecond
Second Race For mare and eldlat handicapSncralle
mileone
one mileYutnl
I Kutnlinuxh 12J IitshJ4rd WltebIGg
Jxjrd Sonoma Iladie Belle Ill Ill Consideration Ilammula 102I 102Sonoma
I Iarle un MyopIaThird mAncestor
Ancestor losThird
Third Kaef The Oakdalt Handicap for twoyearolds
yearolds all turlcnrAtictir
Augur 1I2IRank 117Calmiorm
Calmiorm 109 Jim Beattte44ry usMeiry
Meiry Lark log AuMIn Allen u
Flyback tOt Sulltranct 01Oxford
Oxford 88Fourth
Fourth liaceSelilng one mile and a furlong
Lord 1tsde011Th Huguenot IInlIr1fliDd
llrtrand loeC I1uenCarbuncle eCarbuncle
Carbuncle ins Consideration 67The
The Southerner 109 Auniraatter GTbeopl
Thespian 103 Garnish IaJKemole
Keynote 10SFilth
Filth PacFor twoyarold Rt furloneiTrapper
Trapper 11 Ceeur de Lion orKin
King Coif 112 hen Lnlhtn 07Mbilck ICloerUmplpDIBI
r
Mbilck log IueyYoungCioverlIamplOD114 ntClover
CloerUmplpDIBI CrnpoAmberjack102 fit
AmbtrJackI01 Marrte Stroup 04KIltlM
Kuhn Inspiration DtSixth i
Sixth RaceFur maidens one mileStalker
Stalker 110 Atlftla 107 1
Dell Metal 110 Reraoe 107unqua
unqua 110 Altter 107
TheCaptala 110 All mrbtlIlly 107
Billy Roche 107 Null ularche107
Tom LawsocID Only One 100Uyrloa
ID7Ionll
Uyrloa 107 Jericho IMAt
At BaltimorenxLTruotx
nxLTruotx Nov 10To < lay WM tbe day forfavorites
favorites at Plmllco Ova out of lbs six winnersbeing
being First choices Bravery was ptactlcally liftstttiepoit
stttiepoit In the fifth race but ease Blue Prltta
a bard race and was beaten only bya half lenctaFirst
First Rare Six furloora Pridt of GaloretHopmn Ms
lIoamw T 10 awoaaIynrIde104uccansrly
s to 1 second KIng Albert 104 lIlIrlLI to I
third Time 11114 Drcaker Prince of PlrasnteRequltm
Requiem Peninsula Ulntral Day and nolltcr Haalso
also ranSecond
Second flseMi furlenrs DruU ill LeeIto2
Ito2 won Kittle Putt lIT Oltpbantl olsecondi
Incense 117 Creamer eto I thud Time HUM
Perplexity Winchester Woolnola Kclrht of Wclenand
and Rocreo also ranThird
Third RaceOne mile and a qusrter BaikalIM
IM Lee frrn won Cneripe as lIt Ulllen
M to I tecoad flu Le ulIOI1 Creamer a to 2
third Tim 2 H Solon ShlntK Estabnah
RaIM
Jottlce Rathowon and lloodirlnk also ranrourib
fourth Rsre5leepiecbuet two miles = Tootrathner
rathner lil Gallacber 7 to 6 won EophooeIM
IM Mr Stontl a to 6 serenil Howard nratt IMiru
IIaHlln I third Time 434f Creiton iyatichrlnPr
Snrlner Uroadwav and PcKhince alan ranFifth
Fifth nMnH lurltmisniuc Prim IM
Creamer S lo 2 won Mrarry 1116 Ol > pbsntla
a lo a frond Krtloon 103 R Murphy s to I
third Time IflJU Anrtlon Julia IL Pearl 0ra
Sra Girl Lady Rvsulne sad Llulc Albertlee altoran
ran sixth Rare One attiC and a aliternth Minotaur
121 iHenderon Ito 2 won Bettor Ill WainwrtfhU
weightS i lo I Atrondi Gallant 112 illorflerllo 7toIblrd
102tblrd Time li 4iVi an worth Red JlonV I
Dutch Carter and Slonsdnock also rail I
I
5 + c
rwnn4erwwJaekWfltieEthptas pJUIYl1IleFUrulstitfl
JacltWillie1 Furoislief tlunirUe at PlilladeJpUla
lie JblJt
It ever Jaik OBrien lif Ihliadclpiila camenoarina
noarina iliig III wntcrUio It Vat on Wednesday
day night wlien liinuet Jack WIIII 14t ChicagoIn
In a sisround bout lit PhlladelphU WI1IUnot
not only gave OBrien tbebattleof his lifebutalso
but also had the crack Quaker la such a badPlight
Plight that those who witnessed Ihe encounterare
are oud eilnlr how OBrien managed toescapebolng
bolng knocked out What really savedOBrien
OBrien from a humiliating defeat was hisgameness
gameness and generalship 11 was a fightthat
that will be lone remembered In Philadelphiafor
for Its vlclousheasFrom
From the middle of the first round VlUJewaded
waded In taking chances that would haveunnerved
unnerved many another fighter Ha tookpuaoli
punch for punch Iud with the exception ota
a swelling under the right eye be did not seemmuch
much the worse for the struggle Hellell waswell
well trained with the exception that hiswind
wind was poor At the end of each roundhe
he appeared to loan a bit of both his steamand
and power On the other hind OBrientoward
toward the end of the rounds grew strongerOBrleti
OBrleti Inadvertently committed severalfouls
fouls On two occasions during thacombat
combat he struck VIllla while the Istterwas
was on the floor It was so unintentionalhowever
however that the referee refused to disqualify
ify him Willies seconds too did not register
ter a complaintWillie
Willie took tbe Initiative In the Ont roundand
and went for his mans stomach OBrienaimed
aimed for the jaw but oould not connectSuddenly
Suddenly Willie change bis tactics and reIrlUdless
purdless of all science sailed into OBrienIndlnll
landing with good etfeot OBrien was tiredIn
In the second Willie kept pounding the bodyand
and OBrien seeing that he could not swapway
punch for punchbegan to nqbt cleverlyOBrien
OBrlon managedta stave Willie oft In thllway
way and the Chkago man showed signs offatigue
fatigue But at that he kept at his rivalswind
wind anil when OBrien found his corner beWlUle
WAIl at1 and pumnlt
The thrd was fut WlUle forced tbe IssueI
I and fought OBrien all over the rinr OBrienhad
had to use aU his skill to keep moving OneHe
punch a bard left sent OBrien to the noorn
He was up In four seconds and then went afterhis
his man aa be never did before With a shortright
right bandar he dropped Willie and the lattershowed
showed the effects of the punch The oaoebegan
began to slow down In tho fourth OBrienfloored
floored his man in this round and showedeated
10 advantage lIe repeated the doo In thoBut
fIfth andat the end 01 the round itsemed astrite
trite would wLn But Willie came back liken
n hew man In tha alxth and the way he poundedOBrien
OBrien was a caution lIe made a markof
of OBriens stomach and floored Jack whowas
was very tired But OBriens recuperativepowers
powers were wonderful and he retnUl1tMby
By making one of tbegreatpst finishes of hiscareer
career He toppled Willie to the mst with ashort
short right on the chin Willie got up forthwith
with and was getting the better of Up whenthe
the gong soundedxitir
xitir MOTOR CLUB llo vAvditPrMltlrat
President of Automobile Club ComineiidiIt
Progress MadeThere
There U now every prospect of there eoonbeing
being another automobile club In New Yorkolty
city more comprehensive in IU scope moredemocratic
democratic In Its tone and more generallyactive
active than the wealthy Influential but somewhat
what exclusive Automobile Club of AmericaA
A further step was taken on Wednesdaynight I
night toward organizing this new body andthe
the name nettled upon was tbe New YorkMotor
Motor Club The Idea Is to open the lisle toall
all who use motor driven vehicles whetherthey
they ply on land or water or In the air Atthe
the meeting committee of five was appointedto
to draft a constitution and bylaws and reportat
at a meeting to be held next Wednesday nightat
at Brotton Hall Eightysixth street andBroadway
Broadway which Is contemplated to makethe
the permanent headquarters of the clubThe
The committee appointed was Charles HHyde
Hyde A L Mcilartry John C WetinoreFrank
Frank J Griffin and Isaao B PotterConcerning
Concerning this new movement PresidentW
W E Scarrllt of the Automobile Club otA
America Mid yesterday to a reporter ofTUB
TUB ticx that ho thought there was roomfor
for an organisation of tbe character projectedand
and believed that if properly managed Itwould
would help the cateet
U Is not the Intention of the Organizersto
to conflict with the Automobile Club of America
ice In any way and the movement Is not onnof
of soreheads In fact the prime movershave
have been careful not oven to elect temporaryofficers
officers and It Is proposed that tbe organizersKhali
shall step aside as soon as the movement hasheadway
headway and representative men can beobtained
obtained for the placesIn
In order to make the dub a popular onethe
the annual dues will be low probably 120r Hyear
year and the plan calls for weekly ur fortnightly
nightly meetings open to general discussionat
at which the topics will be always of a practical
cal and timely nature Among those lnu < rMtod
sAted In the movement and who attendedthemeettqgon
the meeting on Wednesday night were AIfrtL
L Pope J J Prial H A toiler L J HJlePotter
Jdwald Lotler 0 H Ude IJ n 8mlthA
A O Batheldrr J B Armory IM8nPolter 11Potter
Potter H A l1Ieat J C Wotraore JowphCowap
owao K D Htratton W J Morgan K lOray
Oray Frank f Orimn F Kd Hroon fOr IIi
W Pratt and O C BoyntonGOLF
GOLFSemlMnM
jCbamllJoneblp
SemlMnM Hound In the Daltairul WomensChampionship
ChampionshipMra
Ihole
Mrs Myra D Paterson won the decisivehole
hole from Mrs X Pendleton Rogers yesterday
day morning In tbo uncompleted match ofWednesday
Wednesday of the womens champlonahlpof
of the Baltusrol Oolf Club and lu the semifinal
final afterward Mrs Paterson gained a victory
tory from Mrs W Fcllowes Morgan on thehome
home green In the other match Mrs EManke AManlce
Manlce defeated the holder of the bye MrWheeler
Wheeler by R up and 8 to play The fit alto
today will be a reproduction of the similarround
round last spring IntheWomensMnlronolltanGolf
Golf Association championship when litreManice iIanlce
Ianlce won the title for the third time lInt t
all equnrtat
at the ninth and fourteenth boles lID todayscohtest
contest U expected tobe a close oneTbe
The qualifying round for the cup presented
by Thomas A Eddy will be tbn special eventtomorrow
tomorrow at tbe Dyker Meadow linkaNew
New England Beagle TrialsWoRCcsTEn
WoRCcsTEn Nov 10The scent was pipinglot
hot on tbe fourth day of the beagle trials ofthe
the New England Club resumed on the preserve
serve of the Orafton Country Club todayThe
The weather was Ideal and here were aDumber
Dumber of good drives A P Vredenburgheof
of New York secretary and treasurer of thaAmerican
American Kennel Club arrived here todayto
to confer with the executive committee revrdlng
vrdlng the withdrawn of W 0 Bonitofellers
I fellers dogs U Is said that Lewis handlerI
or the Rockefeller dogs wili be either 111111pendld
pendld for s number of years or will be disqelifl
I Vyjoltflert The summaryClass
Class C Division IFor U Inca dots ntcondttrtraC
ttrtraC F Brookes Hans B MA CnetiroodSmiths
Smiths Plr Span In i hour 11 minutes C r 5inrs7tks
larks Billy beat Hans B In 40 minutes C r14ories
Mones Tan heal C F Morass Jacks Billy InK
K minutes Result Tan nnt Jacks BUly second
Hans B third Sir Sport reserveClau
dais 011 Inches pack stake John Casvetlspack
pack of Dan O Lottery Gamester and 7l1hnnder
finder received Oral Pack 2 withdrawnCUasC
CUasC IS Inches pick MakeCbMwnodSmlthspack
pack of Sir Sport sitter Trials Jtoter Bell andSister
Sister Reed beat Samuel Frctalnf bun pack 011enox
LenDs Beauty Lenox Msdelalne Ltnos Kitty and
LtDox 4alte Smiths paelc IInll FrIItll1artlUllJnCo
reserve
nCoKetob
Ketch for Harrison B MoorCommodore
Commodore Harrison B Moore of tbflAUantlo
Atlantic Yacht Club owner of the steamyacht
yacht Xsra and the auto boat Onontlo thefastest
fastest In the world is to have an auxiliaryktoh
blob built for cruising among the WestIndies
Indies and In Southern waters This boathas
has been designed by Henry Ji Olelow whodesigned
designed the Onontlo lbs dimensions ofthis
this host are D2 fart over all M feet on thewater
water line 20 feet beam and 6 feet S InchesK
draught She will be fitted with a n3QCrall
Craig motor and uDder IIefef wIll njakes
ilK to 8 milS an hourflush TWO Oat will beflush
flush deck and have ample accommodationsfor
for the owner and his gue tMr
Mr RIelow baa several orders for boatsfor
for well known yachtsmen which are to babuilt
built at once One ts a 80 foot spefdJsunchto
to beat the Onontto Another Is a atamer
for I member at the Yew York Yacht Clubblch
which will beloll feet over all lit feet on thewaterline I
waterllne 17 fen B Inches beam and S feetft
ft Inches draught This boat will have acruising
cruising speed of 11 mllesan bourFootball
Football NotesAt
At Uohetan Lake Mohegsn 21 llolhrookSchool I
IIcboolrUflT1lBntO fEuumBrfto
EuumBrfto Md Nov IOJounl Nt MrsCollege
College football team after a complete shake tipMid
Mid mint Harvard tandem play best IxtyoUCollf
College of BilUrtlorr today by M toANXAPOL2a oAxXArous
AxXArous lid Nor InVr Paul Dashlellhead
head coach ot the VaT team has declined lo umpire
pier the ChtrarnUlrDltan came cm Saturdayas
as he will not late th Jary tram en near the WetPoint ITntnt
Point l1I1Itj I
a j = 0 wr
11 E pBjj WORLDI
flif7lIlC
litirriXQ 10 to 8 oy VAIM OxIrlt
TTTK STOCK EXCUAXttltJITJ I
JITJ mA
A Coactis view on Eailcrn anti WesternMay
May Flcnrr Dealing mUi Offensiveand
and Defensive Work of Two KectlomPractice
Practice of tile lUtfcrcnt laerensThere
There has been a good deal of money beton
on the Block Kxobanga on tomorrows YalePrinceton
Princeton game The odds are 10 tol and
10 to 7 on Yale with more Yule than Princetonmoney
money In night The preponderance of Yalemoney
money makes the odds for there 1s nothing
In the form of the two teams to make thebetting
betting other than even In fact If therewere
were any odds at all Princeton ought to begiving
giving them and the Prlnuetonlan who willnot
not back the One team that represents theOrange
Orange and Black unless be gets odds Is notvery
very stout of heart There Is very littledifference
difference In the weight of the two teamsTha
The Yale line Is about 70 pounds heavier Inthe
the aggregate so that for ill practical purposes
poses the teams are equal In weight ThisIs
Is true of the back Held as well as the linePower
Power speed and condition will be threeleading
leading factors There Is more power In theYale
Yale team than in Prlnoetons but the latterIs
> Is pretty powerful and with the superiorspeed
speed supposed to be possessed by the Tlgerathe
the power and speed factors are about astandoff
standoff In reality the Yale back field IsJust
Just as fast as Princetons but tbD Tigerline
line moves a bit fasterThe
The reports from Yale on condition arenot
not encouraging The length of time thatBloomer
Bloomer Owaley Rockwell and Shevllnwill
will play and the likelihood that at leastone
one of this four w 111 not go Into the gameat
at all are matters which make Yalea chancesno
no better certainly than even What betting
ting has been done has been confined mostlyto
to graduates It Is said that about 113000has
has been bet on the Stock Exchange Thisls
ls about 1MO times aa much as baa beenbet
bet by undargradutaes There la such ahealthy
healthy respect one for the other that neitherfeels
feels like offering better than even moneyA
A student too ralgbt reosonably be opposedto
to making his team the favorite this yearconsidering
considering tha frequency with which favorites
item have teen bowled over What big betting
ting there will ho by studmits will be In Princeton
ton tomorrowJimmy
Jimmy Kiiox the old Harvard playerobserved
observed the other day Its the old questionof
of speed versus power and you know powerusually
usually carries the day Which Is all rightso
so far as it goes The Tigers uru not entirelydsrold
devoid ot power to back up their spoodaud
aud tbe Ella have some degree of celerity toput
put Into their powerCoach
Coach Hutchlnton of the University ofTexas
Texas team and a former Princeton playerhad
had this to say last Saturday after his teambad
bad been smothered by the Chicago elevenTaking
Taking Chicago as a typical Western eleven
I should say the offence of the trams In thissection
section Is quite as good as In the East butthe
the Eastern defence is superior WhetherChicago iChloaao
Chicago la 5 typical enough Western team to
be ranked as the best team will be decidedtomorrow I
tomorrow when Chicago plays Michigan
Some Interesting and Instructive figuresare
are to be bad In connection with Coach HutohInsons
miens observations The total number ofpoints
points scored by nine leading team In tbeWenMichigan
WenMichigan Chicago Northwestern llllnola
nola Wisconsin Minnesota Purdue Indianaand
and Iowato date la 238 and the totalpoints
points scored by their opponents are Sitof
Take nine of the l adlna E1WII tlamsHrvrd
Hrvrd Yale 1rlnceton PennsylvaniaCoineil
PeuneYlvanlal1
Cornelt Columbia Dartmouth Ambeflt andVeat
Weat rolltIrtd tbey have scored a totalot
of 1818 points to IBTf or opponents The number
for of game played Is about the same In eachsection
section The figures then would Indicate astronger
stronger defence In the East a stronger offence
fence In the WestBut
But there arises the question of calibreof
of respective opponents Chicago his met
Illinois and Northwestern Minnesota liasmet
met Nebraska and Michigan has met Wisconsin
consin The opposition In these Instances wasworthy
worthy but on tha whole have the big Westernteamsmet
tOBml met opponents that are an strong aathose
those the Eastern teams meet West PointWest
for instance ha met harvard Yale andPrinceton
Princeton narYBtdhall met net PointDl1Itmouth
Dl1Itmouth end Pennsylvania Yllle hlte melWelt
West Point Columbia and Brown PrincetonLafayette
baa mot Wlllt Point nllllpollllj ornell andJAfayelt
Lafayette and so on all along the line Wefindamona
find among the teams beuten by the Westerners
erners Lombard Englewood LawrenceTexas
Texas Case Kejamuzoo West VirginiaDrake
Drake Oshkosh Knox Marquette WabasliAmes
Ames etc Are these teams im strong 1111tlie J
tlie general run of teams met by the nineKatern
Katern twuus If they are not then theWestern
Western offence may not be us overpoweringas
as limires Indicate and If they ore the KoMurn
urn defence still looksthe BtroncerVacant
Vacant lot football U flourishing title caouDifficulties
Difficulties put no restraint upon it Tbefaot
fact that there may be only one team presentiind
iind that team composed of not over half adoxeu
dozen members dom not docreaso earnestnessand
and anal In the leant When the half buckgoos
goes on a run around tho end thin fact thatlie
lie has to thread his way through tin cansstones
stones and weeds is an obstacle too trivial tobe
be reckoned with The vacant lot teamsare
are of tender yearn from 8 to 15IIhy onweight
weight and coaching nnd accoutrementslargely
but strong 011 spirit The IIIY is conllllIllIflfth
largely to signal practice but the urchincomposing
composing the team are at least exemptfrom
from the bugbear of uoholurshlp entiniiments <
meats with tbe faculty They cpt all the spurtout
out of Itmort than teams of bigger reputation
tion aetnnd arc not haunted by the fear ofdefeat
defeat A piece of a bootleg serves us unose
nose guard civilian drew In plenty goodenough
enough for uniforms and the ball Is oftentnlmiH IrnlnWl
minus bladder and resiliency but them Isno
no biding away In unknown hotels to nvoldthe I
the maddening crowd no secret practiceno
no seeking of watering plaifo or change ofair
air after n big came no undignified cir alngup I
up of the second eleven In rivals togs nowatching
watching with fear and trembling for the dully
bulletin regarding soandsos lame flurcr I
Vacant Its compensationsAMJUnsr
I
AMa EflBT Mass Nov lo Practice duringi
i the week hen been rather discouraging tosupporters
supporters of the Amherst team The menhove
I hove been listless and slow while the speeddisplayed
I displayed In previous games scorns to be nomore
I more In evidence Holllns was Injured Inthe
I the lee on Tuesday and It may be that the bletackln
I tackle will not be able to nfar In the Dartmouth
mouth game Pieroe and Leighton showsigns
signs of orertralnlni while Coggeshnll whowent
went home to rest lute not yet returned toi
i practice The result of these unfavorablegaining
I conditions bRA bn that the scrub has beenIrRlnlnll
gaining on the varsity to an alarmIng extent
I tent and that Coach Hart Is very much discouraged
I couraged over the weeks work A Mil fornew
new men hllll been Issued nnd several nameout
out In response not one of them howeverof
of vsrPlty calibre Considerable attention isbeing
being directed to the catching of tiurits ntwhich
which the hacks are very weak The trickplays
I plays tried last Saturday proved such poorground
ground gainers that few of them will be usedIn
In the game with Dartmouth Tomorrowthe
the team will leave for Hanover Uelabarreand
and Powell have been taken on the trainingtable
table for the rest of the seasonI
I RWJUIIHHOBK PaNor in TheSwarthmoreteimllnrd
teRm lined up tors short gamn on Vedneday
> day again I the Jefferson Medical CollegeI
i team of Phllldelphla and detested them by
i the score of 17 to n It waft hardlymore than ItrllclIf
I practice game and Couch Brooke InstructedQuarter
Quarter Back Crowell to kick on the flrstciown
ciown so that the team oould get some muchneded
neded work on defence The showinga
I mad woe rather poor end JplfrOli Irlllnlda
I a good many first downs on plunges outsideof
I of tackle The defence win hnve to bebolstered
I bolstered up before the game with Haverford
I ford on the nth Otherwise the team IIIn
I ford first class condition except Bight EndI Iwhom
I 19wlnd and Left Guard KruIIer both litwbom
whom are in the Infirmary with an attackof
I of the grip Bill Clothier the old Swarthmore
I more and exHarvard star end has beenshowing
showing the ends a thing or two and Bob
Llpplncott one of tirarthmores formerthe
captains and guards hllll b1 working wllbthe
the line men and trying to make them chargequicker
quicker and lowerfootball
The last practicework of thf Columbiafootball
football team before the game with Cornelltomorrow Itomorrow
tomorrow at American League park was Ithe
held yesterday afternoon on the srne 01
the renting battle The scrub and varsity
fought for an hour putting up as rough ascrimmage
scrimmage as If the game were still a weekoff
off and the first team displayed the bentoffence
offence thus far this year Capt fltanclandreturned
returned yesterday from his long rest atconvinced
Lkefood but the very first look Itt himlOnvlnlld
convinced the Columbia men that his layoff
had benefited him bid little He was Inrood
rood spirits hut his face wan drawn DrOaMler
OaMler after a short examination said thatStanrland
Stan eland might play If he wished but that
he should advise against II roach Morieywill
will use in Blancland Pisco Hlidrty Krugerthe
the fix footer who has been ohowlnc to goodadvantage
advantage for the last few day finer Iss
a Junior in the chool of applleri rlcnre onrtlhl
thia Is his first ynar on the Muarl He Ufeet
a feet Inchea tall and welch more thanI
I BO pounds8tn
SIAnaland and Tom Thorp watched thepractice
practice work of the learn from the side1inei
ilnei The first eleven bait little Ulfflnilty Ijn
In scoring several limes flush FIMier and
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Carter were tha backs for the first part oltho
tho scrimmage This la the heaviest com
bination that Columbia can produce at tbepresent
present time and the newfound speed of
Fisher bide fair to earn hint the place atrlrht
right half back after oil over Uelmrtch The
latter got into the later part of the scrimmage
mage and showed good stylo
After the scrimmage WU over the scrubreceived
received Its official dismissal for the season
Both Conch Morley and Capt Btanglsnd
thanked the players for coming out faithfullyall
all season and then the regular Columbiascrub
custom 01 the varsity player cheering thaeomb
scrub was observed The varsity men aro
In good spirits and confident Some of themen
men felt so jolly yesterday that they got up
an Impromptu race of 100 yards Coachnlnr
MOrleY said that be had no dlmcultT in wLnnlnll
nlnr from Fisher who beat Metzenthln ayard
yard Carter was fourth Cornell II expected
pected to arrive In town tonight The oddsthat
on the battle hue taken a little JumP 10thllt
that Cornell Is now aatoi favoriteCoaob
Coach Fultz lined up tile New York University
shy toam ou Ohio Field yesterday for tbe
last scrlmmaie with the scrub before tbegame
game with West Point on Saturday As theteam
team has little chance of doing anythingagainsttne
against tne Armys defence the work tester
day was devoted strengthening the line and
developing un extra punter In case Jlsncher
the little quarter back la Injured The workof
of PelUy am Coo showed that the team bantwo
two men besides Manohee who can be reliedman
upon averaging over thirtyfive yards In akIcking
kIcking game Lowther a medIcal schoolman
man who hsslanly been out a little more thana
a week showed up so well In going downunder
under kicks that be was played at right end
In place of Lowry during the twentyfiveinlnuto
inlnuto tussle with the scrub Although thesecond
second team failed to carry the ball over thework
work of thai right wing was very erratic
Reynolds the right tackle was forced toleave
leave the game after a few minutes of playas
as he is still suffering from a bad musclebruise
bruise The defensive frame that Lowtberbe
put up showed that the changa t right endWas
Was 0 bIg lniprvement and now it looks as it
be will vrolwhly start the game tomorrowCiiinruimx
Ciiinruimx Nov 10The practice of tbeHarvard
Harvard eleven today was not at all encouraging
couraging for the work was painfully raggedfor
for a team which goes Into a big game In aweek
week and a half The varsity did not gettogether
together as a team should at this stage of IU
development Three times was all that theycould
could cross the second goal and many timesthey
they were held for downs when to gain their
distance meant a score Norton Shaw andBchoellcoft
Bchoellcoft both went Into the game to pickout
out the eftfects In the Varsitys offence andthe
the way that the + ripped the Varsity at timeswss
was hard to believe The Varsity defencewai
wits poor M > poor that the second was ableto
to make n touchdown against It by straighttuhes
tuhes This work of Kearans at quarteron
br lie second continued to shine as It did onWednesday
Wednesday and from the showing he Is nowmaking
making he is a better man than either Noyesor
or Kernan and could make Starr hustleHurley
Hurley has not been able to get Into thepractice
practice an yet nor M Parker being usedexcept
except In the signals But It Is expected thatboth
both of them will ha all right for the gamewith
with Holy Cross on SaturdayMinmRTOwN1
MinmRTOwN1 Coiin Sor 10 Weileyan
In preparing for a hard but sure victory overTrinity
Trinity on Saturday Deports come thatTrinity
Trinity is putting forth every effort to redeem
deem herself from the disgrace of last fallwlille
while Wmleyau will do her best to revengethe
the baseball defeats of last spring In makeup
up the leant in about the name except thatDo
Doe will be tried at guard In place of Braggnnd
and HN Day Drpfwr and Wolff ace still onthe
the siolc IM the bucks will be Douglass Bailey
Icy and Gllderslfeve The team as a wholeis
is slowly recovering from Ha series of hardearac
earac which culminated wltk DartmouthHome
Home men Imve taken on weight but theavenge
avenge Is still below that of either Trinityor
or William The line averages 10 and theback
back field MR The team work Is fasterquicker
quicker mid nkire united while some menMich
audi IK Van Hnrdam Douglass and Bailey
have been doing some brilliant Individualplnyink
plnyinkITHACA
ITHACA Nov 10 Cornell will probably
line up against Columbia on Saturday In thefollowing
following orderHarKslntr
HarKslntr left end Cook left tackle Downeleft
left guaM Wilder centre Furraan right guardCntello
Cntello runt tackle Capt Lvnah quarter backnice
nice left half back Gibson right half back ItalUday
day full baricThis
This team together with one substitutefor
for each man In the line and two or threefor
for each man In the back field will leave tomorrow
morrow morning for New York The Cornellquad
quad goes to New York confldnet of defeating
feating the Morntngnldft Heights eleven althought
thought they are not giving expression totheir
their feelingsTodays
Todays practice on Percy Field was lightThe IThe
The Varsity and scrub elevens were bothdrilled
drilled iu running the ball from kickoffs CoachWarner
Warner himself klcklnit the ball Then tim
two elevens linobut up it
but no scrimmage was held Kurman whowill
will do Cornell kicking waa not up to thestandard
standard that omIt Warner expected Allof
of the Cornell players will be In good physicalcondition
condition for Columbia with the exceptionof
of Capt Lynn left half back Rice andright
right tackle Costello all of whom are suffering
Lag with slight Injuries which lusy causetheir
their early retirement from the game Ifthe
the contest Is not clone More than six hundred
died Cornell students will go to New Yorkto
I to witness the gameANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Nov 10The practice of thenavy
navy tram against the scrub this afternoonwas Iwan
wan mat satisfactory a new arrangement ofbacks
backs showing the greatest ground gainingpowers
powers of the season Capt Fancy whowas
was injured In the Pennsylvania State gameun
un Saturday was In football togs and wentthrough
through signals but did not line up Howardleft
left end is in the hospital with a badlyscratched
scratched leg but will bo In the came in afew
few clays Smith the chunky guard whohas
has gained ground regularly the whole yearhas
has been placed at full and the change worksdaya
well Doherty and Spencor both fast anfairly
fairly heavy nien are the havea and iradrright
right tackle conlnttes to gsn ground vsheq
ever called upon Altogether the navysruttack
ruttack baa gained tO per cent In tie last fewdayi
daya and the general progress gives muchencouragement
encouragementPMSCKTON
PMSCKTON Nov 10Thc Tigers practicedIn
In the open today to the surprise of theundergraduates iundnwadnatee
undergraduates No hard playing was donehowever
however for after a long and hard signalpractice
practice the varsity was lined up againstthe
the scrub while the second eleven testedthe
the varsitys defence The experimentoeemed
seemed to be satisfactory for the regularsheld
held for downs on rrejy attempt Thesignal
signal practice which comprised the greaterpart
part of thr afternoons work was not asRood
Rood There was a slight slowing up ofwas
the can mpre than this all the back fieldfumbled
fumbled like preparatory schoolboys Burkewas
was very slow In diving the signals arid as aIke
conecqitenc there wAs none of the lightningIke
Ike rapidity which characterized Princeton s
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work atVcft Ielut Not one of the playerseemed
seemed to realize Un neopKsJty of Ullltnf onKing
the ball quickly Afltr hinrd coaching hI
King and Baunnrd tlin ball was handled ii
little better rite work toinorroiv will be
light signal practice Toninht ihcr wan u
big nines meeting III Alvxiinilpr hail TheFoulke
undergradutues wite tuddressed 1J Capt
Foulke Coach Holt Itammrd anil Bdwardj
The songs olid clicprs were rehcnrsiil forthe
the last time Betting continue to tie lichtmost
most of the student holding off for oddhwhich
which Yule seems to be reluctant to elvpA
A bet of 2io nt evens was plncwj here to
day and 5100 more of Vale money Is heruwaltlnc
awaiting takers There are wild rumorsof
of 13000 of Vale money In town lit V to I butnothing
nothing has been coeii ol It A Trenton newFpuper
paper tills morning published n ntfltpmenito
to tllf effect that yedtenlay cmi inspectorcondemned
condemned the Princeton xtumlx at unsafe
safe Director of AthlrlicA Fine Treasurer
Murray and Contnictor Foster nil declared
tbe story was untrue
true Engineer Clnrk of the Philadelphia
Inspection Burcuu did not Inspect the Ktaniluntil
until today and nt pronounced them to besafe
safe In every particularNRW
NRW HAvrv Nor 10 Shevlln whoi e leg
has boon troubling him was In the prctlrthis
this afternoon and there was n luau of nnderOapt
graduates to cheer him and the remainder oftapt
Oapt Uogonr football fighters Ulnomerwas
was out too He has had a couple of barddays
days work to nee If his tender shoulder couldstand
stand the strain of ri came The team workthis
this afternoon was rood end there wst nofumbllnir
fumbllnir In going through the forrnustjnnsIt
It was the last hard practice for the Yalesquad
squad before th Princeton cameWhen
When the college team rain out beforethe
the public It was very evident from tholrtired
tired looking appearance that the varsity
had been giving their understndl a terrifichammering
hammering It was saId tonloht that thehandllnc
handling of pilots hr Rockwell and Hoyt
to anything but satisfactory to the coachesYale
Yale feels that this Is one ofthe < langeroulweak >
weak spots In the eleven The Yale AfumritVTrtklv
VTrtklv of which Walter Camp Is nsoctateeditor
editor gave out today that the probablllneUP
lineUP of Tale for the Princeton gAin wouldbe
be as follow Shevlln left end Kin eonleft
left tackle Klnney left guard Rorabackcentre
centre Trip rUrht ward Haven righttackle
tackle Neal right end Rockwell ouarterback
hack IToyt eft half bsek i1orse right halfback
back eavenworth full back Ieavenwortnhas
has been doIng great work lately The presumcllon
sumcllon Is that Owsler Is being saved forthe
the Harvard battle There Is a belief thatMcCoy
McCoy and R Flynn will be used some In
both of the big gamesCoNODiy
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