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THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1912.
PENN SWAMPS F. AND M.,
BUT GETS GOOD SCARE
l'lii'-i' Kick by
'i nrl l-inc
Only Two IYH.
Tin: n nal scohk to o
(junkers Work tin- Forward
las Across (!oal Line for
I, ns( Touchdown.
i MKi.ni Oct. 1Viiiislvniiia
i i. led l-'r.mklln and Malshall with a
-. i.i reMilt to-day on t-'ninklln Field
i m' sfcotul Kiiinc of the se.ion. The
e .inter hoys put up a plucky same and
fl i ri'i!iiMlvnl.i a lot of tumble at
tun. . nme t.iklnK the ball ftotn them on
,1 . ii Inside the tile nid line and nn.
, ii t uii- .lust mlnilna son ins three
e ii I" a foot ov two when ,lotie tried
a i.i ! kick fuiiii the furty yanl line.
.-'inttt, the ilisht end, played an hkrics
pi cone, but several times was hurt.
T ml the rinse of the came he was
r. id nlT the field to 11 hospital uncoil
r i He mid a slmkliiK up the idi.vsi
s mild Unit nothliiK seriously vtriini;
h ill Penn tiled two forwaid p.oses
I ii nf which silccteilecl, mid this last om
it over the Roal line for the final score
i'' me u.inie. Minds passed to YimtlK,
r Miruli' a pretty catch It was the fit xt
. under the rule ullnivliiK a touch-
to be made with a uass beyond the
l.i' ft t.ii Mi'
f sml M
H oi nl
Vtf r rr
1 rill re
score Pcntisvlvmla, 35: franklin nml Mar-
ran i) Tnut'lidiuins 1 1 ir rln L-lon . Minds
Mr cr ihui n Coals fro. n timchilnims Minus
S. Mih Unites Pennsylvania Kharpefnrpiini!
i .uii- ut .miiriirii) inr i rnnr, tiri.ntn K.r Mir-
itnion Kllliti-r fur McCatl fur 'illllhcr. Lewis
' I i.rcenc, Illlliin for Turret' fur limine, Loons
fot .limrilrl. Chandler fur Marshall. ( rale for
llsmtittiii'i for ('rale for Mcricr. 1'riiiMln ami
l i' di.ill Mnnre for Smith, (Midden for Nnultiin,
II' ii.iti for Jnnrs. Ilrfcrrc (.oilrliarles, Iji
f e,e empire Tyler. I'rmcctnn lleail lines
nun VV i ymoulh. Ynle Time of periods III Jiul
PE,'N WILL BEAR WATCHING.
'ill "f Life nml llnsli
I blnklnu uitreuiltlon.
' ll'i VM'.l.PIHA. Oct V l'i iin h ,u,i;i
Keil aw a) w ith the ho;nj. ri'.inl.iln mill
l shall eleven on I'ranklln Cleld to-d.iv. '
I III the I'liurse llf 111,' (Jtl.lker timer,. yq '
"ti the Held showed flashes of ie.il
idy football. The Quakers plaji-tl an
s' lounil Kame, iii.ikltiK use of M-eiv
b itnch of attnek and cleverly "ml.iuK 'em
i.i ' boIiik through tin- p.islitir, iiinnim:
b d kicking canies with an e.isv ronil
(1 'ice that shnvvul that th" men bellev.il
what they wele di.fiiu nuil knew that
ii plays would If i .n 'i performed hi
.'i I'enns.v Ivunla tan up fntiitien points
n the (list quarter nefoie the l'lanlilln
mid .Matsliall men lunf reeoveied finm n
ad attach of st.me frlKht. was sl.iveil off
iiiioiiEh the seeniid .-i Unl. ciinie b.u l;
sliotiR In the lnt two iU,ii tri.-i and vv.is
koIiib lielter iind better when the Kanie
in the deft lien Hiete was a ileal tt
i iltlclse. espi clall) In the pl.iy uf the i nils,
'"it the lino was nut as weal, as 1 had
iK.en led to el pert .Hid Was full of life
I di.sli, even If "till lathei i itnle Theie
w is none of that rlppliiK. leailu j ib fenee
I. it one expects of Quakei tennis Intel
the i-cason. but tile fnrvvanN vvete
ky ami stionB and alv.i.vs In tin- thlik
' il There weie no shlrkeis on tile Ited
h I Blue eleven, and all In all It was as
' nppy a Kame as I have seen the Quaket.s
rnv at this stase of the season In many
Tile Valine of the Kame. .is had lieen
. ie, ted, was the Bond work of the sla-h-
I'enns) Ivrml.i hnklleld. Thu nn
' i heli feet splendldl). uslm; the
- i.Khi .urn for all It whs worth, and
iiiver hest,ited to slam into the
Uie, wh never necefs.it). The) made
""I i. us throUBh every point In the
.1 also cltcled the ends with mti-
I' ible soecess Had It not been for)
, -e h.ii dllns of the ball the score tin- '
in'eiil) would have been larger. I'iuiid- I
s and clean mlsiies on the dltect pass !
ii tin i iitr' stopped mole than one
f B.iiurjd BalmuB, but the passes
' ..nl- er) low from .McCall at centie,
l eit pass beliiB In use nearly all
t mi. and they vvete difficult to handle.
Metcer, 1 think, has taken on
mi nine last year, and .Minds, .lar-
. ! .uid Harrington completed as husky
j.i. let of backtleld men as is to be
' . i ti a d.i)'s Journey. They vvete
i mcil, Minus and cool, knew vvhero their
,s were, founil them quickly, and
i' tiai.v kept their feet. Marshall's
' .'e e was a Joy to the men In the
' i I'nl there was a rip and tear to
n.i'K so far as the backs nero con
c d ".a1 frequently H lacklns so early
.I si.iMin. The Quakers frequently
i i ' ipsiiled line, tn.iklnB the shift as
nei lined up. and from this they ran
i i-iavs that boasted of both speed
rter, varied by pretty dashes around
i 'I it was seldom that the man
i 'he ball ran back. As a ruin he
l i sharply, stiff-aimed his man, or
i. 'i mm slutiib.iUK with his Hlintil
!:.,' n of the backs knew Just whele
s would be and them was no con-
tner in the sharp dashes into the
0 of the lino ni the Ioiik sweips
s Me loiiKcr tide
i .Mid iiKaiu when Ihe b.n Us But
h i-, the man with the hall had an
' i I. totally leanitiK up against him
. di iiiiB olf the tackier st.indltiB
he forwaids occasionally were
' 'MKh In their wotk to cut IIiioiikIi
I I llm secondary defence The
' ii i will he seep, was pretty well
I fni It Included clover examples
"" delated pass nml false attack
i.zled the defence und diew tile
uu . i.'it of position. Theie was no
l.iinue'- back of tile line. Once
' Halted It Kathulcd speed, and
i" aie indeed that thu iiinner
ti t.-ii-K nf his line, not so much be- !
' if shatp lilockluK by the forwaids!
I'le.iMsc nf the quick sliutlnB and
'i "intiliiB When the hacks fiiit Into
' mi of I'ranklln und Marshall men,
t snitietlnies did, they simply stood
ii I waded and foilBht their way
k nindliiB out tin; last iosslble lucli
' '" they went down. It was ffood,
I ii an ciiiillilent lunnlnu. Onco fice,
" "was no stopplnK the Quaker runners,
' miiim one occasion Meicer threw off
i.ii'kleis In lapld succession, an
' t ine iiinnliiK through half Iho oji
i K team nktl.v fifty yaids for a
' ' IlltOW II
'iiilUIn and Marshall was not nearly
' elv as Hie Quakeis, but Draper's
1 s made some Bond nalns around the
air wimts once they But under way.
k .lourdet and Vouiib clean out of
' i twlcii in succession. It they did
jw how to meet tho Quaker plays
nn Ihe simple squaro they at least
li'iw to tut ti the ends handily, mid
ivire extremely clever with tho for
1 pass They were- unfortunate In
off a pout' play In tho wake of
cry succesdftil forward pass, hut
?00 tin.) ri'Ealnrd their confldenco they
"pt shnntlni; the leather far down the
' a wav that woirled thu I'enn
I ha. ks Their lotiK p.i was
icnnseil, fni Ihe) sturtetl the two
'bnvn the Held from the linn of
'lor.i.'i. aloiiK with the ends, but It
nut hu (asily Intercept4d. In Sykes
nl left end the vlallois had a mighty
Kood receiver of the fllmr, and he Rave
tlii' Iteil and Itlue u lot of trouble.
The Quaker ends laed as poorly as t
have seen, a pair of rhllndelphlit wlnirs
perform In some time, When th play
was not aimed dlrecttf at them they did
nolhlim to huriy It, even thouKh plujlni
very close to the tackle, and they were
on their feet when they should have oeeti
rlppltm the play apart. They were easily
boxed even Jouidet, who played a Rood
K.one last yeai and all In nil they time-
to take a lili? brace If some one nf the
smaller elevens Is not to turn them for,a
touehdoivn or two.
The line was st
snappy enouch, but not I
creatly advanced In defence and did not
net throUBh to any kichI extent to smeir
the play behind the line. Until MurCalt
and Kelllher proved acceptable centres
and their passim; of the most dlttlrult
kind was -rood lis n whole. Mc.N'aUKhtoii
i Pioved himself a fair guard, while Dillon,
In one' of the tarkle positions, was nut
tltlite as keenly alert as he iiiIbIiI have
been, In fact, both tackles were none too
stiotm. If thu breakltiK thiouijh was not
what It tnlKht have been the tucklliiK was
sharp and sine the best I have seen so
far this season. When the Quakers slunK
a man he went down h.nd and lie went
down to stay.
To sum up, the Quakeis have a promts
hitt team that has made a (rood start nlmiK
sound lines, a team full of life and dash
a ininunii: iiKKrcK.iuon. me line is
only fair, the ends are extremely weak
at this wrllliiK, while the. backs are both
strons and fast t'ennsv Iv'itnlit will bear
THOJIPE SCORES SEVEN TIMES.
lUiiRlsiii'iuj, Pa., Oct, The Carlisle
Indians tramped all over Villa Nova to
day, wlnnlni; by a score of Cf to o. ('apt
Thoipe was the whole show, scoilnn seven
toiicliilow n before he was leplaced by
(Joesb.irk near the rinse of the ft ret half.
In tlv second half Coach Watnei sent In
a number nf nibslltutes ,mh1 the Indians
sailed mil) once
Thorpe was rlosel) folloned foi honots
bv Welch, Wlieelock. (itiyon. (ioesb.ick,
lliokei nml Aicos.t. The Villa Nov .1 st.us
were I'renderKast, Kotl and Iteeves. lie
fote the R.ime stalled an acttes" pl.ilut!
at n local theatie piesented Cnpl Thorpe
with a rabbit's font, which be cut led
with him In the came
The lineup :
Ccrllste Indians l'iiIiiui-
u".ipt i .splllanr
Ijirve L-fl etnl
(iitynn I eft tarltlr
lllll Ia'II fin i, i
liusch . . IHeht ctisnl
llii.lsc Itlslil VAl l.li- .
Williams Klctit f nit
Thorpe iCapl 1 Left lialfhacli
Ariiea llluht halftiai-K
Senre Curll-lr. r,U. Vlllliiv.l. I
I lilll'IlllllW n
Vrcnsa. t I'nw ell. t. Thorpe :i (itr mi. HroUee
I (ionls klrkril I horpe, 7. t'ovspll. 1, (inesliael..
I. Safely 1 1 tifcan . .sutit!utllins Carlisle,
Loiikironnil for l.irite. WelmoiHh for Out on.
(iti)iin for llersle. Ilmlire lor llucli. Calac fur
llislee. Wrilernick for VMIIInms, Vre.ia for
Welch, (inesh.n'k' fur Thnriie, llnieklln fur Vretsa.
Ilrnker for IMwrll; Vlllmova. llniraii for Itreves.
Sicki ) tor IVnro-e. lli-fprre Harris. Marrl-liuru
I'tuplre Caul .smith Iteekiifll Unestnnii -I'luver
FIELD GOAL SAVES BROWN.
Colli) Keeps (iiime scoreless I ntll
I li IH. IiIiiiiikIi Muiila II Over.
ri'.oMPK.-.CK, I! I ti t : - Ith a team
made up l.iiKly of substitutes, llrowu
Just i;ol away with Colli) on Aniens
rirld Hits afternoon b) .1 lo n Onlv a
nu.il fioin placement. Licked from the
31 ii t tl line bv Capt AshbaiiBh. saved
lliovtu ftoni havinK Colli) IntlK up a no
The llinwn team, eiippl.d by tile ab
sence of Uelli, Kulp. llartlett and Ten
ne). loiliid itself up attain! a stiff ptopn
siilon In the fast and well coached atrttie
B.illoti fioin Maine A blB impfnvvnient
was noted in the wotk of the lltown line
and Colli) "s backs seldom weie nlde to
B.llll. "II tile oilier hand, P.IVe Ilent I
tore thionch th. I'nlbv di fence fot nine i
nnd t ii taids at a till
Must of the plat was straight. ill .
.i.i i e i. .11 lin,.,, ., ....i ...I a .
-.stipilt iIimiiibIi tlii1 visitors' line, but
wli n il'lliist witliln distal, .e. Inst i. her
mi a fiinil'e o . it s happened t'tlce. on a
tnoss.d up foi w .ml p is shostei at riithi
end plaveil a fat Kiime for the visitors,
as ilid Lownev and Aver llenty ami
.Metcalf weie about the onlv Riound Kaln-
ers for llrown. Hrnwn's slnttle h'iiii- was I
made In the last period of plu) I
The lineup: j
Itruitn Push I n 1 1 e
Wilson I.i ft nei
Wltd" I .if I tack.e
C.oltsteln Left KUsrd
VUt.hell . . . IVtllre.
itoldlierg . ..Itlftht tcuaril
Kr.il . IllBhl tackle
.shliiuich . . Ilisht ''Hit
llean Left halfback
(tardlner Itlshl halfhark
Itir.rv . . . Fullback
Si nre Itriiun. 3 Colby. 1
p'.i. etiii'iit Ashbituirh. ..ulistitutlons
llrntth. imzaro inr ..iiiiiiihik, .uiuiiii mi
Kraii- Mriialf fur Uardliier. Culby. Hum
for Ppiulernasi lijry fur Kepple. Itu al fur
Criisstnan, Merrill for Lonne). I.ottney fur
llerrlll Itferee Msrshsll uf Harvard
rinpln lint Is of VVVslran Head llnre
man AVhluemore nf Urns 11 Pour 10 min
DARTMOUTH SCORED AGAINST
Noevvleli Itettlstera Touchdown anil
Field (Jonl Auniitat II I'lilnta, I
HsNnvL-ii. N. II.. Oct. 2 - Norwich I'nl-I
Dartmouth's Ko,.l line for
tit st time In years to-day and theieby
..... .u.. .. Ae ..11 tun s..u. ,,r ,1 41
lootieii u.e u..e " ' , IV. " ,h'.
tn 9 victor), 'ihe fact that the totlcn-
down was made after the umpires wnistieHn,i third string membeta uf the crub ag
Viirw eh ofTs lie OfreilCI' llllll Illlll
...... iA.,1 nn nf (lie henil lines-
comfort to the Oteen eleven.
Sensational runs weie the featuie of
the name Only two minutes after play
was called Hotfsett Klttbbed the ball on
a fumble at his own foity yard line mid
picked his way throutch the Held for
sixty yards A succession of Kalns
tliroiiKh the line itave Mote) u touch
down Tim diminutive halfbuck took onl) 11
short lueuthlliK spell before he sped off
another fifty yard 11111, nnd this time
(Missed the Ronl himself He was sllshtly
winded nfler this effort and his lomrest
inn tliereuflm was thlrly yards. Substi
tutions b) the wholesale were lesponslble
Tor botlt tlie Norwich scores. llelyuu
billshed nslde a second strlttK defence
III the last few minutes of play and ad
vanced the ball to rVuitmouth's twenty
.v.ird line, whoie Thompson kicked an
eas) field Koal
Noiwlch kicked off nnd on Plshon's
fumble 1 ecovered the hall
I tttentt van!
From II Dint-
inuuth point of view the woik of the
team 11s a whole vtas dlsuppolntlnK. The
line wus weak and Ihe attack erratic.
Moth llaiends and (ilbson played In the
font th quilt ler.
V Itugera .
llogsi'tl. . ..
. Left tackle
. Left guard . .
Itlghl i.ii kle .
. . Ilrett sler
Hi ore 41
Morey. (Ihee, Whltmore, Hurwril, (ioala from
tmiclulovtna Hogaett, f. Whitney Kleld
goal Thompson. Hubitltutlone Dirt mouth,
lleer for VV, Itogera. Margeaon for Whitney,
Wtnshlp for Maruenon, Norrla for V ; iihlp,
(llbaon for Whltiuore, Chllds for lllnman
Kimball for Chllda, Barend; for Hector, Lou
ilen for I.afferty. Aihlon for Louden, (jhee
for Llewellyn, flshoii for nhe,, ruck for
Morey, D. Itogera for Hnovt', , Norwich, Mur
ray for Chever. Umpire McOrath Of-T)oiton
jtefer,,. Tufli of Worcester. Heart lines
man (leorge llrown of Iloton. l'erloda
10 and 8 minutes.
AMHI'lltST. Mu.. Oct 2 In a hard
serlnimaire the varally barely defeated the
acrtibi t hi afternoon. 14 to 12. VVarieu. the
i...m....i, ..tin wus sent tn Ihe aerilbs loitav
for narelesineas, look revenge by aiorlng Ittn
oui'lidowni. Dutch Oouetter, the big tarkle, year It Is believed out the Naty will lie.
has returned lo'lcollega and l expected tolatron enough lo rely principally upon line
be In'trim tor mo t-vii
LINE OF MIGHTY TIGERS
Too Much .lolinson Again Still'
Cnrrios Hull Every Time
for Ills Team.
SCOIIKS IN I j AST Ql'A HTKIt
llnmiliation Gomes After
of I I Points Is Piled
I'HI.SCETOV, N. .1. Oct. Ullltteis
niraiiK u bl sin pi Ise by scorltiK a touch
down on the TlKers In thu lltial peilod of
to-daVs Kame after Ihe OrnliKe and lllack
wairlors had piled up n heavy total of
points and tucked the contest safely uw'ay
In the first half The final score was
II to C.
Individual billlltncy by the Princeton
backs Capt. Pendleton. Ilobey Haker
and Dewltt coupled with HuUera lark
of a defence wot thy of the name tells the
store on both attack and defence Prince
Ion 'line showed little mule power than
in iho Stevens uiiuie on Saturda) and It
was only the Individual vvoik of Hltie
Ihenthal, Shook and Loiiati, supplemented
bv rank fumbles b) the vIsltliiK back
Held, that kept the New llriinswlck eleven
from pushltiK one or two more touchdowns
over on the TlBers The tucklliiK on the
part nf both ejevens was mlseiable, always
higher than the waist line and frequetttl)
mound the neck.
Concerted team pl.i) was conspicuous
bv Its absence At no time dtirltiK the
Ranie weie theie an) evidences of any
machine like wotk mi the p.ut of the
Titers. The majorltv of plays which
lln'imnn.s tiled ftotn his tackle back shift
were suciessful. but this was due more
to the ehiflveitess of Itakei and IVndlc
Ion and the poor defence of ItlllBcts than
to anv will ri (dilated blocking and Intel
fetellce bv the Plltlteton eleven.
ItutBeis appealed In have tile makings
nf ii Bond altack, but showed cltaily a
woeful lack of practlte, with the lesult
tlial their noil; vtas laxKi'd. I'tfiiuetit
i fumbles co-st tnetii many a yaru ihui oi
1 rectlv pa'ved tile wo) for a couple of tlte
home elevens tsllli s Tile TlKdS foi.
Unwed the ball like eats, recovelliiB all of
the vlsllnis' fumbles and shovvltiK plalttlv
the results of Cutinlnsluiu s "loose ball"
ItutBeis piesenttd a real football pla)er
In .lohlisini at left halfb.iclt. .sotiieiimes ,
with iittetfeieiice. but In the nujorll) of!
i asis without assistant.', be Itne his w.i)
ilirmiLiii tin- Princeton line or uiiiimd Hie
ends fot K.iius of rrom fifteen to
)anlat a clip, with the lesult that
Humeis's touchdown ma) be attributed
dliectly to his effoits lletnst the onl.v
visitor who seemed able lo K.iln con
slstentlv he took the ball on all occasions
and by Ids own seu'iitliinal lull" pvit III
team In n position to score
On two urcatUnis Pi lucrum scotcd on
llie til it plat arter the klckolT In bulb
Instances the TlB'-rs teenvered a fiimbled
klckorf on Hunters' ihlrt) )aid line aial
in each case Penillelun duslled aloiind
iluht end foi the ii.-cess.ny thlrtv )ards
and a touchdown. The entire second
eleven, with the exception of the letitte,
pla.v.d the thltd quailef fur Ptlnceloii
The lineup :
I.. II tnrklf
lllglil lMltL.n l.
II. 0. 7 I,
rnueJiUuwns rriiillcton, l.
II. Maker, lie Will
.tiilinsnn. tioals from lourli-
1 it.i.,u,..n ti'Miip fur Atiilrptts. l-.ntleld fur
. i. ...... ,.. nl,.,. s II llskrr 7 Ttnnsi luirs
it itis. W Mtarl for Shenk. I'aie for Ijiitsn,
i .... .. r , i 'iv..nLii. llul.hpll fur VV'laht. M
Maker fur ranllious. Jinn inr i riiiiirn.u. i.e.
.fur II Maker. K Trcnkmsii fur lie VMtt Lotnr
slreth for Pane. Simons for lliibbel. lltnilrlcksiui
lur Stirlt. Ilavllom! fin-1' Tirnkmati IHitite's
, lalniati fur Knllensb), (la) for Juhnun Hubhlns
for Todd, (iay fur I" Hnekafdlrr Keferee
Crnlluf Swariliniore I'mplie Murphy "f llruwn
I Linesman llupklns uf llavrrtord I line id
. quarleri. 10 mlimtrs
NOTES FROM GRIDIRON CAMPS.
N KVV ll.vv EN". I'linn .
Ot -' Suiik- of iie
irsll) reguiau soi
rcttiiiHU koi . mi iroiii tin ciiiii
after the atretiuous work uf
1 teattr.lay and .Vtonday ('apt .upaldlnK.
I.add ' puinpelly and Kcttham. vt hn has hi-en tn
Shustei ery name and scrlinniune since th'- peu
Averm,,, aiarteit. all look It n The erliiitnjs'
. . Taylor as a hut one liurln 1 tie fnrtj mlniit's
l.nttnty ih,. tarstty inanasnl n make itto muin
. Prater 1 dow n One was by Maihb-n, who now' Is
1lo.1l from allowed to ulay by the remotul of faculiv
ban He was pUyltiK haltbatk ami maiie ine
sroie after a nte yard plunge ihrounh een
tre The other louchdottn came whtn shl
don. who was playing end on the tarsltv
bloikeil a atrub klik after .V.er bad made
a pour pisa on the at rubs' Itn )ald line
rouney fill on the ball over the line .o
goals were kltkrd after ihe touchdow n,
I'mih Hotte saylnir thai the team couldn't
pare the time in try
i tMMIHIKiK )las . (lit .' The Har
taid tarslty ahuwed the eflecl iif Tueilay's
drltlng vi rlimuuge to-day when. In an hour'a
hard play. II cuuld acole only two luiu-ll-
I "', h.'nr.t Ve 1,1 ,u e. of
1 puy on two long ruin by llardwlik, but
the mlier il d not cotlle unttl the very laat
play nf ihe arrlintnage. when the regulars
' 'hf(, lljwn M(X again,t the .etoud
I Kregauun wmauin .'ii l""
he scrubs put the
' ...It l...t.ln.l
Ihe varsity goal line Hud
1 "1, . u """
1 .in t ll,1
jeara end who was pi.iing
by yuariernacK iirauiey itnu puuiiui-u toe
ball back uf the goal posia. where ho fell
on H The first vurslt) team did not plat
long and most nf the scrimmage mw ihe
nubsiliute linemen recelvlnif a thorough Hy
ITIIAC.V. N' V, Oil 2 (III attounl of
the absente of seteral uf Cornell's biat men
because uf InJ-irleM and others lieeause of the
Wiierferenie of unlteralty work, to-da'H
acrltnmage lasted onl) twenty minutes. Shu
ler, one of the most promising uf the new
halfhiitks hurl Ills shoulder and will be. uui
of the game fill II week at least The scrubs
had the Inner nf the tatslty In the scrim
mage Lllll Mill.
SUfTII IIIITIILUHILVI. Pa IM Wlih
I'rlihtou, Hlgglns, HoImii and .VtifatTre) all
hurt In n. -il.lt gruelling strlllllllage l.e
high's ehaiites uf huldlng duttu JirliKetun
011 Saturday hate dwindled Mii'affrey I
not likely 10 get tutu the Princeton ganii
al al Tie Mrmiildge whs l lie mat one
,.i n,nf the week nml lamed on hour It will be
again on tne ,w. , u., ,,f i,,iuries imijiIi,i
mattoii 'I lie varalt) si-oied sl luui'hilott ns
land a goal fioin the freni uy notMii
m:v limit t m i:itsn a .
V bieiikdoitn of the nevt bus, wlilili
aurted on Its maiden nip )esterday, i.irit
lug Ihe eantllilMlea ror iiih ,-tetv vorK ITlil-
teisity rooipuit team, hiuoiik litem i-apt.
t'eulev. rrom Wuahlnaton Hiiuata to I'nl.
veraltv Heights, left aeyeral infancies in Ihe
tu mil y line. Itaahbaum look centre la place
of Torrente, Hluhr fllleil ('apt. Vealey'a ahoes
at tackle and Miller. In the absent, of Mi
Dermotl, ttaa put uara in ins roriner ptaie
at full. The ivurk rur tne nn) cunststed In
duniiny practice, which lusted ttell lulu the
Hfiernoou, and tvaa fullotted by hard Berlin-
muge. l.aai mgni on me eignin nuur or tne
unlt'eratty building ut WuahliiKtun Sipiare a
grunil fuotball rally vtaa held for, Ihe donu
lottn students A large number from thu
latt achool and a much larger number from
Die ailiool of commerce, accounta und flnalica-j
tttle present, tiean jniepn r rencn Johnson,
deun of the achool of coiuitierre, addraistd
nn. I. ia vim.
WILI.IAJIHTOWN, Mass,, (lit ; ''h
Wllllutus varsity auiiad got sonic hard tturk
this afternoon, IncltidlnK a atrlttimagu wlih
lha aecond eleven. Coaches Daly nml O'Neill
followed the play (arefullv, Daly nutchlng
the backs and O'Neill the line men
A.N.S'AI'OLIS. Mil, Oil 2 Against a
sir "UK scrub this aflernnnn the Natal Aran
i.mv tarsliv. iialnc line smashlm. i.i.t'. mv.
elllsltely, rallied Ihe hall the Iriinlh of lha
Held ihree limes hi livenlv inlnuics. with
Ihe extra down allowed hv ihe rules this
I breaking tactics.
SAYS FIRE WAS INCENDIARY.
President Ho) le uf Pnsllnie A. ('.
Mnkes Mtntemeiit Over Sliinntarc.
John P. .Iloyle, inesldeiii of the Pas
time Athletic Club, sent out a sinned
sttilemeut yesterday In which he said that
the fire that partially destroyed the club
house on Monday was the work of an In
eendlaty. The trackmaster put out the
tile In the Iwller stove at 7 o'clock on Sun
day tilRhl und locked the house, with
ever)thlhK In Rood order. An InvestlKa
Hon by the Kile Marshal disclosed that a
the had been built alongside of a IiIk
bus meter, and the conftagtutloti was
traced lo this point.
Mr. Iloyle sa.vs that 'since the election
In March the clubhouse has been broken
Into several times and repot ts, sliitlonei y
and club papets destloyed. He also sa)s
fhut the men who wele ut the head of the
club for a shoit time weie lesponsllile for
h'jv'iii? Ihe club names stopped early In
llir season bv Informing Police Capt
HjihIv thut the club was In the h.iblt of
InvltiB nothliiK slioit of minder at the
The house l not totally destroyed and
work on Ihe I epulis will beBtli 111 a few
davs. Meantime the members' fumes
scheduled for next .Sunday will be held
BADEN DEFEATS LOT THAT
WORSTED HIM LAST WEEK
Takes New Mark of 2:05 1-1
for Himself Young Stal
lion Kquals This Time.
Cot I mil s. Ohio. Oct ! Itadeti.
the Jersey Clt) Hotter, was In lie best
form of the year thin nftetnoon when he
defeated practically the s.imr lot that
wotsled him last week In the lloslei-Co-liimbtis
stske. He won the Itucke.ve In
stialKht htats. tal.ltiK a new lecord fot
himself and makliiR one for the event lit
bailliiB Hiilh Alclirexor home the fllst
heat In 2:05(- The race took rank as
one of the best of the year, uti linden did
the third heat In time equal to that of
the Hist one
Impetuous Palmer, three-) eai -old pac
ItiB stallion, was sent at the world's lec
otd of for colts nf his uite. II was
held Jointly by .llm l.otcan and Klutawuh
Impetuous Palmer has It now, he koIuk
In 2.li&i(. He la owned bv I.. Kin
lie) of llusliuell, Neb, and was dllven
b) C. A. Valentine of Columbus
Ktn Cold and tlessle lire, favotltes.
won the class Hot and pace mi to-da.v s
cud llessle Itee Iw.ifed for two bents.
Adeline W taklnK them The trot, that
came over fiom Tuesda), whs settled In
one heat, as Doctor Wilkes had mine lln
IshltiK power tlTuu .lean Ailon.
Stimtniii les :
2 14 i'U,, Trottlnit Purse, II :oo ihr
In nve inte hfsti Tusdsti
Wllki-s. Ii b Steel .Vreli i.Vlurphtl I
.kan iri'iu. ti 111 idrvl
JliU'i Vlaik 1 .VI c I lull .1 nl 1
I inlse K , r 1 Maston 1
Tim. : I0' J 0',. 1" 1 0 ,
2 'S Pacini; Piirne.
-ni.. : is1,.
ll.:t0. thrfe In
tle-ste P. u in. by Star uii-
tvatd I I'ulkeri
Adsllns V . ell 111 , b) jfrsry
Stribrlno l.sil. th h iltud-
lrt KMrr. b 1 ill.lrl Ui.
Prim e K . b 1 Kl. k 1 . . .
filter Dljlouinl. ru k
iMlukfsl . .
Wnie drsy. s III tMJll.rl
1 t t
i I 3
lir fzar, a 11 isipn.ni
Trim, g isuan'. 1. T Or
Time :-i)V'i. 3 07 : ui,i,.
ltuikee .state. i'li
15 000. three In tlte
Utile 11. br h. by ltlngara iKi,.lnei
Ituth .Vltllreifor rh tn 1 .VI t Dona Id
1 1 I
H-ther VV , 1, in (Com 4
liutah Medium, blk. 10 illreirl . 7
The Wanderer, b. g. (O. Mate) 1 n
tiat-e Halle, br. Ii i.Murph)! , t.
(Mkdale. g g (Snow S
Prier Hoy. t h ( Hen) on 1 .
Tim. ; 5i.. S'OH,, . oil.
.-It I'tass, Truitlnc Purse, 11 :uo
Cra Cord, b tn . b silk 'or.l
llt-tli'lteMer tllk ll
Itobeti .villrol, b t
Thistle Uauue. It ll
N'ettzrll b. K iSno
1 lux 1
1 .lanilsuu 1
1 Slunk 1
Vlnor Stat b g tValenilnei t, 7 5
Marigold, b tn (Morphyl 5 6 10
limy iiurr, u c iiien)on s c s
Vllke .Vsan, ti r (Uolilei . Ill it 7
John VV Davis, b h 1.1. K lleii)otil t y 9
Tim. 2:0!i,, : oi,, : i)st,
Tn beat tturld's stallion 1 hree - ear-old
reiord paring, S-Oit
Initieiuiius Palmrr. b c liy Itltpeluous
lii til iV'alenttnri Won
I Inaa Kleets lie Will Prealdellt.
1'ni.Ncr.TO.v, N. .1., Oct. 2 Wallace Oe
Witt. 1H14, of SiKjkane, Wash, fullback on '
the Princeton varsity for the past two
.veins and captain nf the basketball five
for the cotnitiK winter, added another to
his list of honors to.day when he was
elected president of thu Junior class. e
succeeds Ceorge Phillips, another vnislty
man, whose term of ottlce us head of the
class expired to-day. Ie Witt wus fotced
to retire from to-day's name with an In
jured leit, but It is not believed that the
hint will piove actions.
Ituinano Wlna lleelalvel),
Hed Hank. N. J , Oct. 2 The Htimson
Country 1 lub polo team trounced the
Portchester four decisively to-da), unto
9 to nn,. It was the final Battle of the
series between the teams and Itumson be.
comes owner of the .Monmouth Countv
trophy, presented by K, I. Adams. Wal
ter McCIure was the Itumson star He
made six or the coals. 11 .1 Chlsholm
did the best work for the vanquished.
There' a Stowpliiic De llro.
William A. Tilt succumbed again lasl
nllfht to tlte muster skill of Champion Al
fudo De O10 In the final block of their
K'Veraldo)H mutch ut Doyle's. He scot ed
hi to the champions 100 In the nftei
noon I.. Schloss was a victim b.v 100 Pi 2il.
Tn-lllKllt I'e O10 takes nn J II Shoe.
Inn Made fracture Collurbone,
WKSTlHJitv. I.. I, Oct. 2. !' S Von
Stude sustained a fractured collHibone
this afternoon in a full when hl'i pony
slipped on Philips Field during 11 inactive
poll) match. He made light of the Injury
and attempted to lesiiine play until pain
fotced 111 ni to quit, Dr, John Munu was
called and set the liiukeu hone. Von
Stude's team was beaten b.v '. gimlu lu 7,
ANN AIIHOK, Mich. On 2 The tarsll)
again ran titer the resertes this ufternuon
by a aeore of 3r. to 0 111 forty minutes of
plav Jav and Hheppard. who played on the
rlghl side of tlla reserve line, nilsed hob
with Hi" opposite wing of the varsity ja
esperlally was sui cessful In breuklnif up
plays. Vnai uverlooked him when ihe first
ut in the vanity suuud was made and the
lad from Shenandoah, la . Is fighting h.mi
for promotion to the ttr.t siring,
CTIl'V. N. 1 Oil. 2-.V spe.lal ,n foi
eaudliliitea this morning al Hamilton fulhge
brought out several new men, tti,u helped
innterlally In atrtnglheiiliig the atrub team
One new man, Ogden, ahuwed great ability
and repeatedly broke through tho varsity
line and spoiled plays. He pluved at end,
was fast and seemed to be abaolutely fear
less. While the scrubs eould make no ap
preciable slni. even with Coach Sidle and
Chaat playing the nilvei, the vanity scored
Renowned on land nnd sea
CANTRILL COCHRAN! Ltd.
TETZLAFF BREAKS DOWN
AND DEPALMA GETS CUP
Finishes Only -HI Seconds Ahead
of llnjrlit'S In Vanderbilt's
NO ATT KM PT FOR ItKCOltDS
Hiiict'-Hrowii's Death Throws a
Pall Over All. and Speed .
Is Only C! Miles.
Mii.wai kkk, Oct. : l-'lnlsliliie forty
lliiee seconds nhead of his neatest com
petitor linlph De Palma, In his Mer
(files, to-day captured the 1512 Vaiider
blll Cup race by the closest finish In
Ihe history of the Ametlcaii motor clas
sic Teddy Tetilaff, after leadlni! for
mole than half of the lace, whs fotced
lo drop out by etiulne tioubte In the
III the third
lap, havlim taken the lead
lull, and from then on De
Pleased only by lltiqhlc
I Inches, who
despite n whirlwind finish
whs unable In the last five laps to pick
up Ihe bale half minute lead that the
rcigln race winner had maintained over
him. Spencer Wlslutit was third and
fill Audeisoti fourth, Clatk fifth und Nel
There was no effoit made by the driv
ers to In en k lecords, as had been planned
l...n... ,1... .S.....I. i.f 11 rile... Ilrnw,, i.al.i.
day. The fastest time of the day was
bv 'Pet 7. luff, who made the circuit In
minutes 16 seconds, or an averaue of
sliKlitly over TS miles nn hour The aver
11 tie time of the winner was OH 4 miles tin
bout, neatly live miles slower than the
time made nl Savannah last teur. t'11
qtiestlouuhl) tin' culise fur this slower
time was the death of Hi lire-Hi own. for
his accident took the splilt out of the
men, thouKh not necessailly their cour
age. The entire larlnt: camp, however,
whs out of the mood to try for lecords.
The luet' was marked b.v few accidents,
and none of conseqiiente .Mulfotd had
engine trouble nml didn't llulih the thltd
hii. Tetilaff dropped out In the twenty
sixth when he was neatly a full lap
ahead of De Palma, and all the other cats
finished except a local entry, w lilrh liHd
eiiKlne trouble Hut save the other cats a
lead of six laps Til's eitliy. a laizler,
dllven bv Nelson, n new mini In the ranlnK
same, was ten laps behind when tha
leaders finished and Nelson continued to
drive until the fouith money was de
cided Kiinlnc trouble was not enouch to
fotce this driver from the race. He was
determined to stat thiour.h, though he
was at times iiinnlnK on onl) two cyl
inders and Ills biake was damuKed so he
could not make the turns effectively.
De Palma ls-sldes wIiiiiIiik the trophy
rets $3,20(1. IIukIics's hh.ire was I2.50U,
VS'lshart's $1,050 and Anderson's $GV0.
It was only at the etal of 225 miles of
heartbreaking speed that Terribly Teddy
Tetilaff, leadliiK b.v nearly four minutes
elapsed time, was compelled to quit. 1'P
to this time the rare was at TetilafT's,
mere), for he had uveraited reveiity-three I
miles. The nlnnlnt; cjis were Mlchelin j
"'", ''."r11'., . .
. aien itrimK
who was to have been a
contestant In the lirnnil Pilx race heie
on Snturday, this afteinoon announced
Ills withdrawal. Harney Oldtteld, who was
on the course, amiounred he would take
IIhikk's place In n Klut car. Drags', It Is
supposed, lethr" s a ttlliitie to Ills friend
COMMITTEE DISCIPLINES MANY.
(Ian nn 111 . I . lea 111 lllsiiunllfleil for
II mi nl 11 K VoiiinViuliera.
Several protests were d. elded and many
lllllletes diHclplined last nlitht ut u meet
Iiik of the registration comtulttce of the
Metiopolltati Assocltttloti of the A A. 1'.
held nt the Dominican l.vceuni. 1C3 Kast
SKtleth stteet The most Important wan
the objection lodged against the Oianam
A C. winner of the team prize In the
Italian murathon race on June 8. Claude
Ifessonlco und another unattached ath
lete ran 11s members of the Ozanams with-,
out being member The team was dis
qualified und the club onlered lo teturn
the medals to the avler A C.
.1. A. Ha 1 be r and 11 A McDonoUgli,
notti memuers of the .Mivier A C, ran
on the leluy team of the St. Ilrldget A.
C for the New ,leiey ihamplonshlp at
the .lohn P. Kgan games about two weeks
ago. Itoth weie suspended and ordered
to leturn Ihe prizes won.
("buries 11. Kloer, a Seventy-tlist Itegl
1111 nt man, ran for the Pastime A. C.
In the relay race ut the New York A.
C games lust Saturday He appeared be
fote the committee In a contrite mood,
leturned the medul he won and asked
for lelnstatement. This was gt anted, but
the other members of the Pastime A. C.
will also have to return their prizes, which
will go to the National A. '. .
Tom Healv's persistence In running In
tne three nine race at the recent games
or the Visitation Holy Name Society aftei
being ordered from the track by the
icferee called for a suspension of ninety
das, during which time the Trinity club
man will be able to curb Ids passion for
1 mining. Tom Purtell was suspended for
running In novice races after he had nl
ready won one W II. Itockwell of the
Long Island A. C, who competed for the
V M. C A. on Jul) 4. contruiy to the
niles, leturned the medal he won and
was reinstated. Another application for
lelnstatement was leferred to the national
legislation committee with the unani
mous Indoisemeiit of the committee. It
was made b.v W Wilson of the Hudson
Oulld, whose offence wus running under
an assumed name uu Columbus D.i)
There are ninety new reasons
why you should own a Ford
touring car. And they are
all dollar reasons. You'll
pet your full share of Ford
profits and Ford prosperity
when you take advantage of
this big price reduction.
Runabout - - - $52.5
Touring Car - - - - 600
Town Car -' - - 800
These new prices, f.o.b. Detroit, with all
equipment. An early order will mean na
early delivery. Get particulars from Ford
Motor Company, 1 73 Broadway, New
York, or direct from Detroit far ton .
AUTO RACING NOT DEAD YET.
Maiirllou (Jrnnleil for Meet ut lha
nrlnlilnii Tracls on Oct. III.
The ruitntn has not fallen on automo
bile lailim it )et so far as the Mast Is
unreined, Wslenlay, sanction was
Kinnted by the contest board nf the
American Automobile Association for n
meet to be held on the llrlRhton llearli
racetrack Buturdny, October Is, under
the auspices of the Motor Dealers Kx
hlblt Company. This otCHIiizatloii Is com
posed of men connected with, the auto
mobile trade In this city. Ihfu.v blanks
for the meet ale to be Issued lo-day.
The race liutiUKets expect to enioll
amoiitr the entrants several of the drivels
who are now competliiK at the Milwau
kee meet, unions; them Ititlph l)f Palma,
who yesteiday won the Vundetbllt cup,
Itulph Mulfotd. Spencer Wlshart, Mm ti
mer lloberls, Teddy Tetilaff nnd other
load and tiuck ,'hatiifUins. Several of
these drlveis, It Is said, already have sig
nified their Intention to compete. If the
drlveis who ale expected to enter In thu
meet ii I e seen III competition It will be the
first time that so class a Held has been
rijiinclied lodethcr for a Hack lace In the
On the same day wielded for the HrlKli
ton lines (leome T l.on of White Plains
had planned to hold n meet on the White
Plains track and had Rone so far with
It as to apply for a sanction. When hu
heatd that the New York men wanted
the date he consented to let them have It.
The White Plains Ittces will be held on
GLIDDEN TOUR CALLED OFF
FOR SCARCITY OF ENTRANTS
Pw.sillt'll I ill I , 'il 111 Dll i T M Said to
Detract Interest May
Never He Another.
At a meelliiK yesteisJay uf the tuinnilt
tee In cliarK" of the (Hidden tour, which
was to have slatted on October 14 from
Detroit, terminating; nt New Orleans, It
was decided lo abandon the contest this
vear. The reason Riven Is that Presidential
enmpalKti activities have seilously
Pleted the entry list and wbbed the
The Ameilcan Automobile Association,
under whoso auspices th Olldden contest
has been held anuslly since 1904, Intends
to run the event next year and use the
route us selected for the 1S12 tour. It
Is said that several cities have guaran
teed to enter teams of cars when the tour
Is run aKaln. Tlte abandoning of the
tour, which has made hlstoty for many
cars and which has been looked upon a
an annual motorlnit llxttire. may mean
that It never will be run again unless
manufacturers of cars come to the sup
port of It. The conditions for the tour
this vear weie vety simple und Ideal for
a toiirlnif Jaunt rather than for u com.
petltlve test, but this did not enlist the
Individual motorist union the entrants.
BAD SPILL IN TRENTON TROT.
i-VulL. It urn Possible Skull Fracture
snil l.erse Broken Leg.
Tfir.KTOS' N. J., Oct. 2. Samuel Foulk
! drlvlnn Julia Buron,
driving Julia Buron, a local mare, le
eched a possible fracture of the skull n
being trampled on when his mount col
lided with several others In the fourth
heat of the 2:21 class trotting at the In
lersiui.. vlr here to-day. A botse swerv-
i.. I., ihe hnek stretcn caused three of
the tallenders to pile up on the I alt.
v if. t-ese. ditvlng Happy Dan, was
also cauifht In the Jam and sustained .
hr.iken leir. Koulk was aent to tho Mc
Kinney Hospital In the city and Iese was
cared for at the emergency hospital on
the giounds. Kinney, who drove Octuvla
Worthy, was cut and bruised.
Owliie to luiee fields and strons com
iieiltlon none of the races was finished
ut sundown. The summaries:
2 ID Class Trotting (concluded fioin Tue
day I I'lirae, lliot),
Anna C . br. m . by Cascade 1 Htimani
Van M , b g lll.naonl - - '
EUatlc, br in (Heiiumi . . ..4 3
Port Orange Lad. ti g (ItaltlLunl 3 4 1
Time itSOH. I-iO'i-3-17
Claas l'atlng. I'uiae. HUO. ll'ntln
Ilandv .llm. b. g (White) .
Carrie Dillon, br 10., si) Harou
Dillon (Parker) . .
Dr Wllke s, b g . by Steel Arch
J. I". M.. cli h. illhodesi
Tommy T, u. g. (Searna)
Klnaate W, b. in. tVetter)
Haron O . blk g (Snell)
Danish Ilelle, br. m iKemaenl...
Itetta Ambulator, h. 111. ( llerr 1 .
1111. tiu. h in. Ifthodesi . . .
Directum Delmar. b a (McKar
Lewis I'alcheu. b. g (I'llllllpal . . 7
Time .':iov. . !. ' ia-s. i.i-s
2 :J5 Claia Trotting. Purse, MOD. (.rutin
Itnnnle I., ell ff . bV llonnle Red.
(Toyl ... 51
Wood Oltutt. b h , bv olcott Ax
worthy (Hiirdltk) .... 1 2
Black Wlf, blk. (. by Wiggins
(Leary) . . t 14
Ittgnoula, br, m. tltemselii 3 f,
Keens Worthy, ch a. (lthudesi 2 3
starlight McKlnney, blk in., Me-
Kinney) , J '
Happy Dan. b K (Leesel 4 6 9 1:
VV antl Lmimea. o. in i.ineutmn . , s id 1
The Welshman, ch. h iMcAnenyil? s r.
Kinlly McKlnnev. eh 111. (Payne). 1G 14 7 1
Arms, b in, (Merklel 14 13 14
Oi-tutU Worihy, i in (Kenny), s 11 (I:
Sldnev Foster, b. h (McUrsthl III 7 l: I:
Suale'C., br III (DSV'la) 11 10 II 1 '
.lulta Uaron, b. m. l Koulk 1 1.1 12 10 I
Time 3:31 Vi . 2 :2i) 2:ii.
;.:i Clata Pacing. Puraa, ft.00. (Untln
pflnce'ss Marsh, eh. m (lllggs). ... 1
RIsleH.eli 111 (llllodesl 3 :
Abe Mack, b. ll (Duvla) 2 :
Kdna Hamlin, b. 111. (Hrauley) 7
Troublesome, blk 111. I Lingo I 4
St. KI11111. br k IHalterlteldl 6
Tinker. Ki' K iWelmore) ii 1
Sidney Direct, ch. g (MUgell
lletit Kellv. b. in. (Ityan) Sill
Ned Norton, ch g. (White) . ills
Piert K. b. r iToyi, . . ills
Time: Hi,. 2 IS',
SMIDT S GOAL WINS GAME.
11 in Troiin I'dlicN Out Sermiil
I'luul Period of Polo.
Dnikners put nn enil tn a cIom n-nt
li.iid fouulit Intia-siptiidiun polo match
between the llrsl mid seioml Hoops of
Siilsdioti A nt Van Cotlhitiilt Purl. )es.
Iciilny. The four leiiesetilltiK the fir t
Itoop were retllilied Victors by virtue of
ti koiiI made by A. C. Kinldl Just ns the
bell was lltmlllK for the close of the ."Kill
und last period. The score was 3ij to
The men of both teams weie consld.
erably off foim on tlte siioke, nml many
MOldeit oppnttlinltlrs to chase Ihe ball
Ihroiinh the Koal posts wele lost by the
Inability of the lucli to meet the bill
siiiiarely with their mullets while under
wav The fart, however, that one team's
fault was the othet's fnlllnt; kept thlncs
even ti nit the Riime s, p. sawed finm one
end of the tlnf to Ihe othel
AdvanloKes weie rnuaikablv short
lived and whin the men took the field
the scute stood n tie nt S . A. C. Sinldt
did siiitte excellent wink for his learn,
niaklnu three of Us lour sn.rfs, while T.
I.ention made twn of the ihrie for the
The lineup :
T. I). Colby
V. IL lloiilton,
II. C. I
Final hrore- I
J'. Ileferee J
I Irst Troon
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T II I'nrrrlly
i:. C. Illy
Srconu 1 roup,
II. Spencer. Time of period-.
II4H1AI. HAI.K OF I'NKD OAKS
J. M. QUINBY & CO.
one 60 HimploT 1012, 7 passenRnt;
Otto 40 De l.uit) Limousine, S76Q.
One 25 Petinsylvanlu, now, $1,10(1,
One 50 Pennsylvania, denionBtrnteicJ,
One 45 Isottn, $l,S00.
Several denil-Idtnousini? Abd Tour
ln( Bodies Very Cheap.
flW AJfD SBLUSM OP AC
TOIfOtRIM. COUUIHOIAL mi.
oua aAiueRs. tirbm. teomr-
US NTS, ALSO HBPAIR OOM
PARIBSI WILL AUTAVfl FIND
souamima op iimMCfr in
1913 IKIl'rr.lKICKWF.I.I. 4'AltlH.
S Dassenffer Toiirabout. Ail b. n.. former nrlrn
fS.oob.-iiow JI.S.T0. 7paventerTiHirlngcnr,)h p.
former price SO.ooo, now k.'jjo.
1811 Touraboul driven only LJUO miles, equlpoed
vtlth top, windshield, Klaaon horn nudilemoum
IIoilDt-IloclrvTell ilemoti&tratnr. no h. n. Tour nf
car, ahcrlflre $1 "00.
t IIA.HK l. I.IIIIMII.K.
iOOB Broadway lei. 4no Columbus,
1811 Model. tW Value S7SHM.
OltKK.N'S. 48lh St. and ll'tvav
c) Under Tloadsler; perfect rnndltlnn: MM
(11(1. i:. .t, ism .11
On and after October 1st, 1812, our
I'SKII (.'Alt in: I' I.
villi be loctted at 4 West o?d St . near llioaditay
We are still upen for bids. ll cars arc icvly (or
Touring Can 7 passetuiei MM Value Jt.tll
(iIII'I'N'y. 4lh SI and Iit
HUDSON USZD CARS
All styles and sizes. Several other Maiular!
makes at Bargain Prices. A. I'. l:.l.VM:V
1)1., I'OO Mroailnai. Iliid-un Distributor-.
A syt Afti: rvi..
11 us sell vnitr car fur cash no sil- no clnrtte
TI.VJCS SyL'Alli: MK) ( ()
1710 Uruadttav Phone 73D ( nl
7 I'n.triitrr Uindaiilet fine coni!' lion- SM
Value l.vum. (iltLK.VS, ism St unit Iftiny
HAKIlIt.niectrlc Victoria VV ill deinoinlrale J
miles on a charge. A rfie llarnaln Hake.- Ve.
ldcle Conpany, 17t Ilroadwoy. Tel. ;N30Cniumbi.i
iii:c vl 1111 vDsmit.
1812 Model, SI7S; lire not Value :i nil
(illKCN'S. H'ttay and 4Mh St
WILL SKLL my 1812 Touring Car wlih top.
windshield, Ac. for 37U1: pan cash, balance on
lline. .1. LKWIS. 100 West 7llll st.
MARION III) MIS I I'll.
18lt Model; SIMuo: prrfei-s rnndlilon Val.n
l.:m lillllf'.S'S. (Hh Si and U'nac
"Si- FIAT. (Mn HMI.IAIU.K CAll.
.lANDOIttr' AI'lO.VIOIIII.i: (.. 43 V. BJD.
AI.I.K.N K INCISION HO VIIM LIt.
1011 Model like new , Sl,:no. Value SI..V11
CHIMIN'S, isth St nnd irtts
LOZIKItflOVL .SUM iCOSl'SS.niKll
.lANIKIItr-AI'IOMIIIlll.L 4(1., 4-J W. (I3D.
" 'I A XICAIIS.
$260 00 lo J7.VIOJ. Value Sl.l 10 J.'.VU
(illi:i:.N"S. tsili St. and ll'tta)
1BUK. M.K.37SO: COMPLKTl;
.lA.MIOKI- At KOIOIIIITi: CO.. 4i VV. IKCD.
mmii'i:dfj ttoDsi i.k.
Late Model. KUnon: like new. Value J1..W).
(lltlll'.N'S, 41th st and Il way
It C. II. IttlNAUOl'T. SIVMIlfgCALTOMlWl
.fANDOIlF ACTOMdllll.K CO.. 4J H. (1711.
I Jite Model, standard make, like new. S7.W aim
$3,2iiii. (iilLKN'S, 48th Si ami ll way
CIIAI.MKHS lluioudnes, IBII. extra new tour
ing body: limoiheis 211th Century, oaillroadit a v.
MOTOIt OIXI V Lit ICS.
l.oiio in 2.0HI rapaclly, J2ir)uo and up.
(IHKKN'S. (Sill SI. and H'way
OLDSMOillLi:, 511 l (iOOl) (IHIlllll
.IANUOHF Al lOJIOIIII.r. '( 4-j W. ll'i It.
Llmotnlne, I.anilanlet and Totirlne Carat Bargain
I'llres. (iltllllN'S, lath St anil H'ttay
to MAONKTOS. Ni:V. in. J1. J2S
lANDOHF AtHOMOIIII.i: CO., 4!i Vl.H'JD.
, Aiifo.vioiiu.Ls nut unt-:.
ShVL.N.l'ASSL.NOLK 1.1'AI KIOt S IAIM.
Strlclly up-to-date models for
irnt W.6U an hour and up;
special moiithlv ratei
1 1' Is cheaper to rent than in mm an automobile
We male a specially of icnllngcars by the month
our seveu passenger Packard cars, murine or
limousine, equal the lineal private equipment.
Hespoiislble and reliable aervlre iriiarnnleed
ll.MVr.KNAI. lA AMtl.ll lf CAll C 41,, IM
Last Md Ml. I'liune I'lata ;iui
AI'TollOIIII.K ItLI'AlltlVti, (,
. PAlM I.NO-OVLHIIAt I.INti.
as i w,
! AiiVnisTHiTi.- ""'"lft e.vplaln. HI1V
J3N W. E4lh Ml, anil be convinced
.vioroit Yiti ( k iNsriti'CTioN.
Individual mail wnik Small stun,
i lasses I'osltlons aie ttallltur.
.Si-nil for Booklet 3U W 57th Hi.
l'hoiia ;in Columhus
T, M. '. A.
Itoughl, Sold anil l.xi hanreil
TlniesSii AtiioC'o DID llrnviltt.iy
Mn. or Co.. Il'ttat, h 'titeen 4, 11 ,.
Stlth Mm I'linne ion t,'niin'.i,u
Itnov Atitoiiiiiliile company
Uis llr'iailita. I'ltona l.i.' Co.
mi a a vT id.L-iiH i.sco"r;iTaaj
1. W el Din hi. Phone IH0O4S.