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. THE STJN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER S, tWS.
SHOW RING AT PIPING
IK RIVALS FAIRYLAND
jlorlinn'r 1.. Schiff Carries Off
I'oii r 111 no Itiblions on
TWO IOK MISS ATTKMH'HY
Jiimii's Perforin Well Over
"nees on Terfecdy Kept
A.i 1-ong Islanders wllli nny pietentlon
) iofi.il prominence were present yester
A,y in fc" the riping hock horse Know
hts'.n in the centrn of the PliiltiK Hock
Ci-jbs Mt't estate near Locust Valley,
j. I, Though still a comparative baby In
,y open air circuit the show linn boon
jvfu'ar from !'' ?tat. Hut It remained
nr thr ii rw setting In uso for the first
tim i.-stciil.tv to establish It as next In
tank to tin' Harden Hhoiv, to far at leant
lf t." futures In this vicinity me con
("i'l "i professionals ami dealers barred
ir(, ; .. ii iinner of line horses ralllcxl to
xts ,n for entries with the result that
r (.!"! the humlreit were nntneil for the
t.i en meet. In one of thu Jumping
ccntiM there were thirty competitor,
nhie twent ladles' saddle- horses were
ch'iIi'iI in one class and It was seldom
tftit tii" lipid enilmiced less than ten
iijjtr.r cell hrlt iph. The lurge entry as
ursd kern competition, o that It whs
fjftr!"ns to Mud Mortimer t.. Schiff car
r -s "ff fotn blue ribbons from the twen--n
elie Judged. Mr. Kchlff's old
e'.-.vmp.on tl.iron Hrown accountpd for
t-vn of them, and nil the successes of the
gpfc ff horses were scored In the harness
raises wh.'ic the entries were lighter
inn o any of the other divisions.
Mis li p Atterbury achieved three
vi""'' Pitrlcm raining n iloublo blue
i ui enthusiastic hprscwoman and
llndi-e the othr- Cygnet captured two
f.r?: for Mrs. Attmore Hoblnson, while
lp blues will bp taken to Itnsemount,
F .is a result of the victories of the
y jifs Holmi's lllngmaster nnd Pride of
Jfifv which twice lowered the colors
e! ! Sehlff's Wonder nnd Wonderful.
Or. pony entered In the name of Mrs.
!r.r (' Phipp took a blue, while an-ef-tr
went to the polo pony entered In
tl-s name of her husband,
Fa. beautiful s -i. rnundlngs and excel
of appointments this horse show
j.r-.,hv never has bfen surpassed. Th
M-'lsime clubhouse with Its wide ter
m's fni-rp.rd n bn-kg round to the boxes,
c" on of Mh-rh wn ctowded through
p.' 'he day vi.u mrmbeis of the I-ong
J. 1-1 rolon'es. Hundreds were unable
tn fid appoTmrdatlons in tlx" boxes nnd
'h' lounged on the terrace or stir
rui",ed the rlnu whie they could glvo
j t p iltlps.1 examination of the work
r?th Judges. From thes" vantage points
tre ' ectatois had an ecplent view of
1 A p.C'jecsq-Je detail was a Judge's
r' 1 with a thatrhed roof, while for
! "y beyond lh sreni' of action lav th
rrn ttrf of two polo fields, with the
r fitly built fencer of the st-epicon-ise
ii b-enk the monotony The v.-'inle pie
. ' wis fiamed by l-i.rs of state'- trees,
i"" o' which were Just bcrjlnnlnc to as-
n thlr b'llllap.t r.utumn ilres'es.
Pt veen the morning and afternoon es
i luncheon w a served In the club
fp . . but the biilldlnK by no means hc.
iniod.ited all the visitors Open air
! is took their refreshment under the
r')- of th tre and at on of these al
' i funetlcns Attorney-General Oeorite
'Veltershitn nil his wife were entei-
t d by Mr and Mrs. .lames Ilyrne.
" - tp.it Paul D CravEth. besides show-
- ' iny of his hotfes, w.o busily en
t.. I 'ip. ins after the comfort of the
' -s In th's he was ably sssismd by
r-M I Moore, treasurer of the club,
e--t so far ns to clve up lis own
o Mi rtV"9 mlL'ht see the show In
! i me- Hcluff started nreumlatine
,.v.. .n the opn.nc class for run
's - '. i. h.' showed Il'iron Hrown.
." 'v - !n the reculnr harness dass
t i .. d b'..n seldliK m"t an old rival
' r v -i) Knicr.mx bay male Klssinu,
' ' siii.w.d ft veil that tbpre was somp
f i . nh,n fh was only placed thlid
t . Huron j-d Miss .llx IHiltin's Pilde
e ' ' 1 r.eite teorcil for Mr. fch ff
' f .1 harners hoises under lil
i - - iiM tin shed as lie bad beuun
i i i i i t i In t'i" tandem cla-.s. wheie
'. nd-r in J Wonderful were iiood
''' Ik.l t'i !.'.,.e the decision tint the
?' I da i .i il.iKioa.ster nnd Pride of
' ' l-ad Hd,nd In the el-uses for hai
r i n. - Mrs Pehlff rode and drove
1. 'n"ii '.'uses, anil nftei- taklnc
i 1 ' . with l.y.-urcus In the class
f i . ''lids l.ad to make a nulck
' I 'i i.llni; hii-it to drivlnz cos.
' . t- in pilot the pilr which was
r. . f (- c;e jiid'ic.
V - w 1 4 neneriil rntlsfactlon when
t p.i,fr '.nii-il by the Misses Allx
- 1 V. ' hi.liin wnii. ns th fair ex
1 . ' is hail roine further than any
1 lo tr f ir the cup. Hlnitmaster
r-i l-i.le if Jeisev wen) driven by Miss
1 ' I Itri. a wry youns Rlih who
1 . I th. m I'ke a m ternn. Ib'i c slume
f. i -1 r. s'C'ied fur the ptltpose of bar-
n wmii the wlntiei h ribbon, for
i- ws altni-H a perfect match for
1 . lit thu youiK ilrlei's frock.
ti Wis much Interest In the local
vice Muldlets, both of which
M .Mini .n- Itonlnsnn's CjKnet.
-pf nl i f ra'ulsi me bivs and
i t wis se-ireely expected that
Fin., would leeelvi. the jiref
f he J'ldiie. but there was no
a ine ijualliv of Mis. Koblnson'x
i -i'i sitimbl'iiB wlan he was
i i' th the blue. There was.
hip pnrpilse In. the MPCOtid
'S, which called for ladles
i n Mrs. Thomas .1. ItcKan
ti- humiliation of KPttlnu t tin
If- b'i mare Mahll, which
'I n-t r.itlsfy the eterlnarlan
"ii Otheis who rodo In this
Man HhMa Hrne, Mra. .1 II.
pot the white tlbbon with
"' - Hrrwn Hatstnn, Mrs. P.
' ''. Mis. Oeorcc Hullock,
Il.istlncs and Mlb Florence
C W s
. . ,
e ii' the tuif tendprPd con
. i ;er fur tne Jumpers than
- i "irtani. pounded the going
i i i i'i! a;id the consequence
' ' "i- not a tiliisle fall and
' i l- the Jumpers. In a
' ,i, , tv . in which only pei -
i Tn. fi.ui foot lv obstacle
v Meli-ady a disappoint
" ' id-. in la Hhow In London,
h.s w,ik and c.-iriled off
f , m the tlner looking Hero,
' 1 -ml I rravath.
I i it t aiti sts of the dny
'ii- jumii.nri, in which twa
i 1 ili isi. Tho I'lrt (Niv.
- . ' .red i hp Jumps In such
i' ! ii n-nu'.d not be aiirirlslng
i i i - Inie jn mllcers a hard
n.-t (ii.'Ui n show,
of tin in iKiilmihond bad their
i i,i imn ilnpd's Miss Sheila
i ll.t-M-y S l.adiiw-'s t'.iidlff to
ne. wlnli. Ml-s Coniitnuro Sab
" i in.- oilier with her piebald
-, 'lt The show will close to
the Mc.iilou- trunk cup for tho
and tie Piping Hock cup for
-aildln horn- will be competed for.
aro also on the caul, In two
'he riders win be women,
i ' 'hoke in the boxes wero Mr.
' vc Johnson, Mrs. W. K. Van
' ' . Mr. and Mrs. Halph N. Kills,
Mrs .1 It McKee, Mr. and Mrs.
Kirlin, M and Mrs. W. Hur
v. L Mr' ani1 M' NVInthrop,
er h A Mrs MlrlSlat.... c n.. 11 i -
. . . - fu'l'lltiuil J. IJUIIC1I, ..tl,
RJ i Hobert Hacon, Mr. and Mrs. E.
" ""'gan. Mr and Mrs. Thomas Hastings,
W4 Mra. Thomw Hitchcock, MIm
Helen Hitchcock, Mr. and Mn. James'
Byrne, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Ooadby Ixew.
Mr. nnd Jits. If. P. Whitney, Mr. nnd
Mrs. E. i, Ward, Mr. and Mrs. II. It.
Wood, Mr. Hoy Yorke, Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul
Dana, Mr. and Mis. I,, c. Urltcom. Mr.
nnd .Mrs. Paul U. Ctavath, .1. P. (Irnce,
Mr. nnd Mrs. O. K. Kent. Mr. nnd Mis.
J. H. Phlpps, Mr. nnd Mrs, Harvey H.
Murdock, Mr. and Mrs. V. t.. Crocker,
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Phlpps. Mr, and Mr.
11. Haymond, Mr. and Mrs. a. W.
Hacon, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N. Husch, Mr.
and Mrs. II, P. Davison, Mr. and Mrs.
N. Dykmnn, Mr. and Mrs. Window
Mr. nnd Mrs. Valentine Mott, Miss
Mott, Mr. nnd Mis. .1. II. Hears, Miss
Penelope Rears, Mrs. 1-2. C. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. 12. Aldred, Mr. Harvey
S. Ladew, Miss Kllse Ladew, Miss Van
Vorsl, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Outhrle, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John T. Atterbury. Mr. and
Mis. r. ft, Kmlthers, Mr. nnd Mrs. a. K.
I-'nliys. Ur. mid Mrs. W. II, James, Mr.
and Mrs. Waller JcnnliiKS, Mr. nnd Sirs.
W. I.. Harkness, Mr. nnd .Mrs. P. I,. Hlne,
Mr. nnd Mts. Anton O. Ilodenpyl, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hnrold Oodwln. Mr. nnd Mrs.
U. A. Collin. .Mr. and .Mrs. J. II. Taylor,
.r. ami Airs. .1. t. Pratt, Airs. II. Dram
hall tlllbert. Mr. nnd Mrs. It. C. Hmlth.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Handy, the Hon.
Townsend Rcudder and Mra. Scudder Jildue
It. S. Lovett and Mrs. I.ovett. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Weekes, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II.
Dennis, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. A. Krntik, Mr.
nnd Mis. J. C. Ayer, J. C. Moore. Mr.
nnd Mrs. .1. A. Hlnlr, Mr, nnd Mrs. D.
Oeddes, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. l- II. Pratt,
Mr. nnd Mrs. William V. Kheehan. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Mortimer I., (tchlff, Mr. and Mrs.
De Potest Candee, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. C.
Tappan, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I). Rmlthera.
Mr. and Mrs, fleorjte Hullock, Mr. and
Mrs. C. W. Wetmore. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cop
ley Thaw. Mr. and Mrs. F. Inznlls. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Tyler Morse. Samuel Wlllets. Miss
rinlro Itlrd, Howard Wlllets. Mrs. J. S.
Smith Itadden, Miss Frnnces Hadden, Mr.
nnd Mrs. H. H. Hopplntr, Miss F.mlly Ran
dolf. Miss Hoso Doian. Miss I.lllle Oil-
GRAND PRIZE RACE TO BE
RON AT MILWAUKEE TO-DAY
Field of Starters Smnll, but
Mnde Up of America's
Milwaukee Wis., Oct. 4. With n field
of twelve entries the fourth Grand Trlx
will be run over the Wauwatosa course,
starting nt 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. Harney Oldfleld was the last entry,
the announcement being made late to
day that he would drive n Flat, taklnit
the place of Hruce-Hrown, who was killed
In the practice trials on Tuesday. Oil
Anderson Is another late entry.
The drivers will start as follows: Bur
man. Henz ; Nelson, I.oiler ; Tetilaff,
Flat: Hughes, Mercer; De Palma. Mer
cedes; Wlshart, Mercedes; Mulford,
Knox: Clark, Mercedes; Hergdoll, Henz;
Oldfleld, Flat ; Horan. Renz ; Anderson,
IV Palma Is n favorite because of his
victory In the Vnnderbllt. Hughes also
his driven over the course, hmlns been
entered In the Pnbst Trophy Cup race on
Thursday, and his clever work has won
him a gieat following. Wlshart and Mill
foul also have their backers.
Hotting on the event on downtown
boards Is btlsk, the people of Milwaukee
having become speed crazed during the
first two events of the week. More thnn
fiO.OOO tickets have been sold for Satur
days races nnd n crowd of 100,000 Is ex
pected. I'aleb Hragg. who withdrew from th
Orand Prix, bpcnus of the death of
Hruce-Hrown, will witness the race and
then will leave for New York. He re
fused the us of his car to Oldfleld and
th former spend king accepted the offer
of n Pint from another "nurep. The Wau
watsoi coursp wbr pronounoed perfect bv
Drivers Hughes, Hurman and l)e Palma
to-day nfter their trial spins.
MORE HARNESS RECORDS FAIL.
nnbr anil Helen Miles r.nrollrtl nn
Nrw Mnrlc Mat.
Coi.rMBL's. Ohio. Oct. 4 '.3s.be and
Helen Stiles became hold'rs of world's
records at to. day's final racing of the Co
lumbUH Orand Circuit meeting. The for
mer pseed a sixth heat In 2:04 V., beating
Ty fobli. This race was made to rank ai
the fastest ever known to go six heats.
Helen Stiles trotted a fifth heat In 2 :0G'i,
half a second fastpr tnan did Oracp last
wrek. Hach horse was favorite In the
The summaries :
: 07 clsss, paring. I In t; purse, tl.200.
r. heals Thurs.tny
wane, ur k , iiy Atlantic
Kin Unmlsnn) 2
Ty C'ohb. ih. k. by eInl
Olnn (Cnlby) 1
W aller CochM. t.ltc h . by
Cnehme iSnyderi 7
Hilvisrit n . b r. (Nuck.ilsl 1
Judge Ward, b. k (lied-
rick I 4
King IMphne, blk. e. IMc-
Karly Th.icker, b. n (Hi-eri4
Time: 0i. S.OS'i, t.tMi,
i i i i i
7 6 4 3 4
4 7 ro
( I r
:.05,. : o!,
!-07 clssi. irottlns: S In 6. purse, ll.:00
nei-ll Miles, n. ni . Iiy fliltiey
Klllon (t)urfee) 7
Ilaron May. b. s, by Its I on
Wilkes i Cox I t
Drrby Ho) , b. s. (MrUartliy-
White i 3
P-irBen, b s (eri 5
KehnniPr, blk h. HCerri... i
Pair Maiden. Ii m (I! HnyonM
Todd Mne, br. s.. by Todd (Vil-
iTiine : oj'i. : iisi. :-o(i. s o'. i-on,
I : It cliss, oaring, 3 In S. purse, II.S00 :
Pick-Is h. m, lij Hilly Hayre
I IDMlllgB) t 1
rem n.ili. mi; in (Miirpnyi..
I Nellie Temple, h in. ITIter) 3
! Hed Willie.. Jr. b. k (McClellun) .4
; Johnny Hub", b g Utayi S
Possibility en. h il'nllm 4
Jay l'nuh Ii g (NiicknUi s
i Harney ("lav. h g lOidai 7
i inn 3 uj',, :.o.'i.,, : oil.
To beat his own record of t:54H, pacing;
Miner Jlilr, b h . by Heir at Law (Me-
cnrrj . . iat
To beal his o-vn n conl of 5:C3. pacing:
r.enrge !ano. b. h . by liambeti Wilkes
Murphy) .. Ioat
To beat 3:U troitlnii:
Prlntesa Hall, b. in., by Walnut Hall
(Nucknls) ... won
To beat Z:1S paclna:
Hoiilhern Hnilles, b. m, by Walnut
Hall tNuckoIsi Won
Time 2.1 ; 1,.
STUROIS BEATS OALVIN AT END.
X'onUera XI a 11 It una Strotm to Within
Tito .XI I lea of rinlali.
IIOHTd.V, Oct 4 - A IC Ht urulit of tha
North Dorchester A. X won the annual
marathon run from llostnn to lliocktou
fulr In-ilay William tiiihlii uf Xonkers,
N. V., was sepimd. Israel Kaklad of tho
.Vortli Dorchester A A. was third Tom
Lilly. iil"0 of the North Dorchester ,X A ,
foiirlh and Charles KaHtuii of Tauiilou
The winner finished In : 3fi 0M'(, with the
second man about half a mile behind
Ktnrgle) tlnlshpil tlin thco In tierfpct con
tlltloti and appeared to be good for bpver.il
more miles Two miles Iroin tho finish
Sturgl" ostil (lalv)n were liavlni: a hard
race, Hturgls lending hy but a few yards,
hut Hearing Ilia finishing lino lu IncrensPil
bis speed and ftulvlii was utiablo to meot
Whitney Sella Horses Abroad.
Sprclnl Cable Dtifiatch to Tat Beg.
Newmarket, Oct. 4. Twelva of Harry
Payna Whltney'a horses In training were
sold at auction hera to-day and realized
$28,895. Mr. Nelke, the well known epprta
man, paid $4,300 and $3,900 tot two f aldlngs,
SERVICE TEAMS SMELL
Army nnd Xnvy Tnko On
Elevens Not Cnleulutcd (o
Give Much neslstonce.
YALE OPPOSES SYHAOUSE
irnrvnrd nnd Princeton Tncklc
Hnrd Onc9 in Holy dross
More football teams will play their first
eomna this Afternoon, and among those of
note who will pry tho season open are the I
Army and Navy elevens. Neither lias a
hard Kama. The West Pointers meet
Stevens, which was smothered by Prince
ton, nnd the midshipmen will engage
Johns Hopkins. Yale, which hasn't met
anything easy so far, will have another
hard game In Syracuse, nnd Harvard will
battle with Holy Cross, which held Tale
to soven points a week ago. I-ehlgh Is
looked on to be an opponent of a far dif
ferent calibre than Stevens or nutgers.
but the Tigers have tho scoring habit nnd
may cut loose again. They may have a
paper Una and all that, but they are get
ting the, points. Last year Iihlgh played
a to 'tl with Princeton.
To-day a schedule:
Harvard rs. Iloty Cross, at Csmbrldga.
Yale Ta, Syracuse, at Kew Haven.
Princeton re. I-ehih, at Princeton.
Pennsylvania vs. Dickinson, at Philadelphia.
Army vs. Stevens, at West Point.
Nary vs. Johns Hopkins, at Annapolis.
Cornell v. Oberlin. at Ithaca.
Drown va. It. I. State, at Prortdenos,
Dartmouth ra. Mats. Arties, st Hsnorrr.
Lafayette Ti. Svrarthmore. st Eaaton.
Williams vs. Srrlnrneld Y M C A., at Will.
Amherst Vs. Co1aftte. at Amherst.
Bates Ta. Mew Hampshire Stale, at Lewltton.
Wealeyan vs. Ilnwdotn, at Mlddletown.
F. and M va. Pranklln. at ianraiter.
Hamilton vs. Clarkaon. at Clinton.
Haverford va. Delaware, at HaTfrford.
Union vs. Hobart, at Schenectady.
Georgetown vs. Mount St. Mary's, at Wash.
N, Y U. vs. Muhlenberg, at Kew York.
Fordhsm vs. Boston College, at Fordham.
Norwich vs. Mlddlebury, at Northfleld.
Penn State va Carnegie Tech, at Stat Col
lege Trinity vs. .Worcester Poly, at Hartford.
Maine vs. Tufts, at Orono.
Vermont va. Rensselaer, at Burlington.
Vrtlnus va. Albrliht. at CollegeTllls.
Waahlnrton and Jefferson va. Carlisle, at
lMtaburg vs. Westminster, at Pittsburg.
nucknrll vs. Wyoming Bern., at Tewltburg.
Michigan ra Coae. at Ann Arbor. .
Colby vs. Coburn. at Watervllle
V P I ra. Hampden-Sldney. at Blackaburg
Chicaso vs. Indians, at Chleaco.
Gettyaburr s Ibanon Valley, at Gettya
burg Vanderbllt vs. MaryTlHe. at Naahvllte.
Ohio vs. Kenyon. at Athens,
Ohio State va Otterbeln. at Colurabua
Purdue vs. De Pauw. at Lafayette.
Vlrrtnla vs Randolph-Macon, at Charlottes
ville St Louie va Dmry. at St Loula
Cincinnati va. Transylvania, at Cincinnati.
Iowa va. Normal, at lost a City
Nebraska va. Ilellevue, at IJncoln
Tennessee va Mooney School, at Knoarille
Wisconsin va Lawrence, at Madison
Minnesota va Ames, at Mlnueapolla
NHXV HAX'nN. Oct. 4. The Syracme
squad, appearing full of esnthuslasm and
ginger and accompanied by a noisy delega
tion of rooters, arrlvtd to-night for the bat
tle with X'ale to-morrow, the Aral clash of
the two on the gridiron In several ears.
The playera were prolfered the use of one
of the Helda for limbering up prictlce, which
was a-cret and constated only of light signal
and formation work. X'ale la ready to pre
ent the latest tsltora a btter fight to
morrow than the ltluo has put up at any
previous time this year IMillbln. Capt
Hpalding and Puinpell)- will start the name
In the backtleld. with Cornish and t-ornell
alternating at quarter In directing the at
tarlt. Though Walwr Camp, Jr. j.artlcl
pated tn the slf-nal drill this afternoon tt Is
regarded as certain that he will not get
In actual play until a week from to-morrow,
though the rosi-hes possibly may decide t
put htm In to-morrow for only a few plays
if the opportunity for a drop kick goal pre
sents Itself The X'ale aiudents to-night
nobbled up all the b'-ts the Syracuse con
tingent wis w.lllng make, most of the
wigere being on eliher Hie sle or X ale s
total or the proposition of whether Syra
iuf would cross tha llulldog a goal line.
HAHVAHIe HOI.Y CHOSS.
rAXtrtHIDCE. MAPS. Oct 4 In antlcl
ipallon of a hard game to-morrow with Holy
Oroas. which held Vale to a 7 to 0 score a
week. ago. the Harvard team put In two
solid hours on defence to-day and the regu-
tare were a ut through a few new plays.
Harvard will be able in have all Its first
I siring men In tu-morrow's game. Hllch
I cor!; and Siorer both being on thu neld to
diy O'Hrlen doubnese will start the game
at right end, the faculty haWng lifted ilie
ban held nt.r him since tin. opening of the
,saon Harvard, therefore, will hae almost
lihe same team as played III the Maine game.
but should be aomenlial stronger, as 1 apt
XX'endell will be In the backfltlu. The Holy
Cross KJino will afford a splendid line on
Ihe Hartard nralty, as HrlcKley, Hardwlck
and Wendell t.ond all doubt constitute
Ihe best backfleld that the Crimson can
hope to present tills season T0-1U) while
there was no scrlmni-ige. th i-nrjlty and
ubttltutcs lined up against tarh mber for
the so. culled Ihadd-V drill Tile arslt)
ijilajs wen. oft amoothly Percy llaughion
stient much lime perfecting Harvard's fur
m.nlnn for the iiroiecilon of the drop lck-
'era, l.ogun and llrlrkley. Hoth scored re-
IHtattdly trom siraiglliaway insiant-es i'i
more than forly ) arils and also from amies
PRINCETON. N J , Oct 4 A light two
hour workout ihla afternoon marked the
Tigers' final preparation for tu-morrow's
ajiiit- with l.ehlrh Thi battle Is expeeied
10 be the first real test for the OrangH and
lllack eleven end cosehea and undergrad
uates nllUe ir. n.ttllna aimloilsly to see
just what the outcome of th fray will be
Hasing their neneia un reporia inrni nouin
ltethlehem. the Tigers expect to run up
against a tough proposition, and the rip-
Porters are tearing lor me reeun unit-ss
endlaton and ll.ikur get mora support from
the Una than they have received up to the
preaent time. The Kates wers closed for
over an hour this afternoon while Ciin
nlnyham had Ida charges working on the
development of aonm new trick playa Con
siderable time was devoted to the forward
pass, and It begins 10 look as If this would
play on Important rolo In the TlgerV attack
throughout the season Huby llakcr did
moat of ttie pasting. De XVIit got a rest
ugaln to-day. but the coAclies stated that
tha slight injury to hla leg which he re
ceived in the Ringers battle would not
keep hlin out of to.morrow'a melee In hla
absence to-day Andrev.s did tho punting,
with Capi. Pendleton taking the former's
place at end on the kick formation Dun
Up was bark at right end, while XVIght waa
shifted to the fame position on the second
eleven. As was the rase yesterday the
varsity ran through Ha plays with the sub
stitutes trying to brrak up tha formations,
but no tackling was done,
SOUTH HUTIII.EIIUM. Pa., Oct S In a
two hours' signal drill, tin- nnlthlng
touches were put un l.vhliih's team to-day
for lis first Important game of Ihe sea. on
with Princeton to-morrow Cnnndriii-e
lelgns supreme to-night tn Lehigh's camp
The men are hi fins spirits and In good
physical condition XX'hile not bragKlng,
of tin- possible outcome of the struggle,
1-chlgh feels thai, whatever ihe result,
Prlnreton will find that she has been In u
toniest wlih an adversary worthy of her
sltel An eiiiiiusiBsiir eiiiuaer wus held to
night The api-ilal train to Princeton in.
morrow will have I0D itudenia and Vui)
PHIIiADBI.IMtlA. Oct 4 -The first secret
prartlie of the season wns held 011 Kranklln
Field tills afternoon in final ur.liHruilnn in.
a tTA.vt'n'Phwiiili a'slfiEi 'drill I ,"hVon,.
naw formations that may be anruna nn ,
collegians from Carlisle to-morrow There
waa no scrimmage this afternoon, but there
waa a tackling and punting rehearsal Mar
shall, quarterback, tried a few- drop kicks
and RddlA Thayer, last year'a stse ni.n.ae
drilled Mlnda, Mercer and Avery In booting
the pigskin. Mike Murphy again was on tha
nil: fo7 ih. Mcon'd tun's .TiTeS hi." StirS
from nil long iiinees. ne iook no active
part In the practice worK, now aver There
waa great disappointment In the freshman
camp to-day when Coach Allle Millar an
aouncea that Fenrdngton Seminary ha4 oaa-
eeixa to aaauai gaoae sua tot nrst
men, scheduled for to-morrow. Miller re
rel.ed word that the Pennington team was
nut In condition to play
f.tni.l.Hl.E W. AMI ,1.
rAlltlril.i:, i'j.. ort 4 -Humors that
Washington utid Ji ftersun has planned elab
orotH In ilefejt Hie 1'iirllrle liiillatis to
morrow have ki-)fit the teilsklns up to light
ing pitch Cn.irh Warner took lila ntusil of
iwentj-two In I'lllsburg tn-iilKlit h ml will
go to Waiblnp;tiiii fur the giuiie to-morrow
morning. This morning the linll-ins raced
through signals nnd may ilo the same esrly
to-morrow If tlie liave lime. The aborigines
1 tl 1 . 1 hardly 1, In ln-lti-r rhupn pli sli-.illy
The line hue been stiffened imllcetibly by
(tie sultstltuiliili nf laiiik-irniiml 11ml Wllllanis
ut emis. Left Ibid Itny l.irxt! probnlily will
get In to.niiirruw'a gurne. The wonderful
Carlisle baekr.elil . Tliorpe. Welch, I'uwell
ana Areas. 1- is in line nine,
ItAItTMOfTII MAM. AtlOIKS.
IIANOVRIl. N. It.. Oct. 4. The Dartninuth
squad got an additional da)'s rest to-day,
wuii signal pracuie nnu uieoreiicji iieience
work, but no airltumagv. The asaachiisetts
Agglea arrived to-night, and owing to tbn
fact that two of lbs three regular Dart
mouth varsity backlleld men were out of
tu-da)'s tiniellce with atlftened tendons they
ate rnnniltnt of Mi'tury. During to-day's
praetliei iessoii eight watches and nearly
1201) were extracted from the placers' tuck
ers. Hntry Into the linkers was obtained
through the men's own keys, which they bad
Isft In their abut. The lineup fur to-morrow's
game la unsettled, owing to the poor
condition or revtral of the varalt)'a best men.
tVII.I.IAMH NrilINUKIEI.II T. H.
WIt.t.lAMSTOWJV .Mass. Oct. 4. The
Williams aquad bail no scrimmage this after
noon, but waa drilled In alguala and forma
tions Inatead. Toolan unit Turner, who were
not In the prautlce yealcrday. were able to
reaume their placea fur a ahort time and
will bo on hand for the gains to-morruw
wllh fjprlngflald Training Krnool. The lineup
for to-morrow's gatnn will bs practically
the same as In the game with the Iteneae
laer Polytechnic Institute,
ITHACA. N. Y., Oct. 4. tn prtparatlon
for the OBerlln game to-morrow Coach Al
Kharpe called hla football squad together
late this afternoon and gave them an hour's
blackboard lecture, regular practice on the
Held being dispensed with because leas than
halt of the squau coulil get away from tho
classroom. Mharpe refused to tell tin men
which of them would piny to-morrow and
there Is uneaalness among the eterans, who
fear that they will ! disputed. As a. mat
ter ot fact, Sharps can hardly put his
atrongeet team on the Held to-morrow Pe
ctus of the large number of Injuries The
Oberlin ttatn arrived and In Its warming up
uncovered a number of forward paesea that
promise to keep the lthncana busy. Oberlin
alwaya baa pruvrd a hard nut for Cur lit II,
frequently scoring oil the lthacans,
BBOWN HIIODE ISLAND.
PROVIDENC6 n. I.. Oct. 4. IJght work
waa dealt out to the Ilrown team tnls after
noon In preparation for the game with
Ithode laland State to-morrow. Kaat signal
practice followed the rudimentary work.
The team to-morrow wilt be made up much
as It waa In the midweek game, Kulp and
Mitchell are alck and may not be ublo to
gtt Into the game, ana Tenney. Uelb and
tisrtlett all ara out because of Ineligibility.
AMHERST, Mass, Oct. 4. Amherst's first
secret practice ot tne season waa held this
afternoon In preparation for to-morrow a
game against Colgate. Heeral new pluya
were practlied and aome gnnl kicking waa
done, .after which tha eqund waa dismissed.
Cnaih Roberta has made atlll another change
In hln llnaun Warren has been brought
back to the back Kepi and Whltten replaces
hint a. nil ttlinl.Alt. U'lin fornieflV UlSeil
the tnd posttlon. has been shifted to tackle
temporarily, but will (lie way to Morrow
if tn. latter buiimca ellgltj ' ,Vf";r.1',i,,
gamt. Hiibbiir.l. the doughty quarterback.
.n i iild'S., th. iinVoitafll.t on i":
f5 ',dV'J." '.h ',0".,,i'.'..,I" -,1m
01 an in-urru irn. .V
of hard work and much shifting a strongir
line haa been dceloped to meet the attack
of the rugged Colgate eleven. Colgate"a
run the team In hi
Alter a serni, .,...-i
defeat ot Cornel! snow a that a hard game la
lu atore, but Amherst hopea to redeem Itself
for the Tufta defaai by a win or a cloaa
acore at Iseat,
I.AVAYKTTF, SXX'ARTH MORE.
EASTON, l'a Oct. 4 Lafayette's aralty
after a week's practice la In better ahapo
and hopea tu score a Wctnrv on Hwarthmore
to-morrow on March Field. A feat and
heavy line haa leen developed. Hack of
the line Urosa. Felir and 1-aiidls are doing
good work. The team Is practically new
his venr and tha roaches have had bard
work to whip It Into line. Uullck, a fresh-,
man over feet tall, and Thomaa and Pat
terson, alto new men, win play
AIXIIOR. .Mich. Oct. 4 Director
Hat-mime, tu.dav announced. that b.u
llHknl had bean set-uri il for ttie Open det-S
in the Michigan schedule. November 3. This
Is the team tnat ueieaieu iiinneaot iasi
Saturday. 10 to 0. and ns the pint Willi,
lllchlaan will come the week before th" ,
XX'ohtrlnie play the Quakers there is not
ttho! lot of Jov In the prospect Tho
lineup for the Case-Mlchlgsn game to-morrow
has be.n announced by Xost. Huebel
or lt'ivle will be at quarter, with Thomson
at ful'l. Craig at lett half and Carpel! at
right half Xost would niturt no opinion
as to Ihe outcome of the eme. but th
feeling here Is that tt will bo a tight battle.
roitmiAM 110STON roi.i.Er.E.
Coach Thorp ga.e the Fordham mrilty
the. lant Instructions yesl-rday afternoon for
the tlret game of tho season 10. day with
lleston Colle. un Fordham Field, tsSth
stre,.t and Tlilr.l avenue As this Is the
first game that Fordham hss engaged in in
two eurs the undergraduate body Is going
to givs tiie team u rousing reception and
V; "'' """.... !,.'"e.: "'"J!
.":'' "nr.."'","a".'. ,.. ...ir,;.
trick iaya and end shifts, which Cose'nee
Tom Thorp and Jim McCarthy have rtillled
tlie Fordham warriors In during the last
NEW VOBK XIUIH.KNni'RO.
Practice at New Vork t.'nlvertlty yetterday
afternoon was a big improvement over that
of the prete.llng nay The men got Into
their stride quickly and went throiiKh the
signal drill, w tilth occupied the entire after
iionii, wltli snap and precision secret prac
tice was held in ihe gymnasium last night
for the 11rsP) and the roaches promise u
winning agsngntlon for this afternoon's
game Willi .Miihlenhurg on Ohio Field.
HAUB0LD DEFENDS HIS CLUB.
Snys New Vork A, C. Will Cniitlnno
on Despite Strife.
ErnpH Y. Ilailbold, vlce-president'of tho
New Xork Athletic Club, came out yester
day in defence of tho administration which
has been criticised for hostile actions toward
the uthletlc member of the club. This Imn
caused tho resignation of both of Capt
llalpln's lieutenants and the statement bv
the captain that ho would nut run for ofllce
Mr llaubold said that whatever trouble
there Is had been caused bv the resentment
of a fow member) at the eftorla of tlm board
of governors to control the athletic mem
ber of the club "Home of these members,"
said tho ir-preeitpnt, "seem to fpol that
thev are not obligated to settle) their duct
and house accounts lust us other members
do They huvo been championed by some
nf the minor officers w ho hno declared thov
have been pprspcuted This apparently has
been done with the Idea of creating the Im
pression that the club was verging more
toward the social than the athletic aspect
As a matter of fact there pever.wiis 11 timu
when the athletic features or the club wero
given greater consideration than at presont
"Tho whole thing may be Hummed up as
a one man revolution, and there is no ques
tion that at the January election the policy
of tho present administration will bo sus
tained. The club never was in better con
dition and the efforts of a few men to create
strife are not going to succeed."
Australian! Hnajhy rlnyeraj Arrlre.
San Francisco. Oct. 4. Twenty-four
members of tho Australian Kugby foot
ball squad arrived hero last night on the
Hti-nmer Monna for u month's play with
California College football teams. Their
first game Is scheduled for to-morrow,
when they will play the Harbarlnns, 11
S.in Francisco club. Thn California
Kugby Union financed thu trip and tho
Slate tour, which Includes seventeen
games. From California the Australians
will go to Vancouver, H. O.
athoemnUor Lends lie Oro
John Khoemaker oulscored Alfred De
n... in H .-nnnil nlaht'a tilav nf thle
I'' "la,ch 81 I)0'le' room lH,t n,pht' In
. the second block Hhoemaker bested De
Oro by the score of 100 to 120. De Oro la
playing Shoemaker a match game, tho
former playing- 375 to Shoemaker's 300.
Tho scoro at the end of the second night
stands, Shoemaker 195, De Oro 245.
1 DwUht Itumaon Clnb Champion,
. -r n..ht Is mlf rtiamnlce, h.
Rumson Country Club. Ho met and de
feated O. T. Brokaw In a $( hoi Anal
aaC worn 07 I trp arm 1 t fMf,
THE OF "BIG FOUR"
ircrrcshoff, Travis nnd Kirkby
Willi Topping:, (.reenwit'li,
l.pff nt. Xnssnn.
JIICKS ll.U.I) TO ITT OIT
Gives Opponent Hard Fijriit Vp
to Last Holes Meiliil does
to Englcwood Mnn.
Ih rep of the "big four" In nearby atnatuur
gulf, tho exception liplnc.Ieroiim H.Travcrs,
tho national champion, earned their right
to compete in the scml-lltinl round of tho
nnuuul tournament over the links ot the
Nassau Country Club yesterday. In Hie'
lower half of the bracket I'reil HcrreeborT
of Garden City, winner of tho recent tniirna
nicut over tho national links, finds himself
confronted by Walter J Trawr of the
same club, while la tho upper half, Oswald
Klrkbv of Englewood will play II .1. Top
ping of tlreenwlch
Klrkby's first opponent was It II Williams
of Morris County, the lattcr's imrglii of
defeat being .' down and .1 to play II II.
l.eo of Vale, former Michigan champion,
who boat A. 1 1. Norris of Nassau In the
flrt round, was Kirkby' next oppoupnt
und the l-.tiglnwood tnan wan abl ' tn Hipinro
uewiiiln for the beating I.ee un htm In
the national rhumplohtdilp ot Wliealon.
I.ee took the lead nt the third hole, but
Kirkby promptly snunreu matters nt the
next and. captured tne mm three holes ns
well when t.ee began finding tho hunkers,
ho It vrni that Kirkby reached I lie turn
tl up. More trouble for l.ep. who was also
unable to keep pace with Klrkby's deadly
approaches, gave the New Jersey cham
pion a lend of A al I ho thirtochth l.ee
rallied ami look the next two when Klrkby's
putting went awry temporarily, but the
halved (If 1 cent h ami sixteenth gavo the
Knglewoodvr tho match by 3 up and 2 to
Herrc9ho(t's path was obstructed by
William I.. Hicks, several times champion
of the Nassau oratiballou imtl it man not
to be held cheaply on that course, Hick
played nountl golf and It was all llerreshoff
could do to have the match level at tho
turn, each man golnc out in 34. Hicks
win 2 up at the t Welti Ii and It looked aa if
llerrestiorr was nil but nut, but a :t at tho
short fourteenth followed by four fine
ts permitted the t'.ardeu City man to smiarn
the match at the sixteenth ami finish 'i up
when Hicks sliced his drive Into the trap
and had to take . for the last hole. Tho
llerreshoff. out... i 4 4 5 4 & 4 S 4 -SI
Kicks, out 4Ss&44 4 3t
llrrreihott. In. . i i a i S 4 4 SB- 77
lllcka.ln.. 1 i J 6 4 5 5 641 -71)
Travis's last match was with McKIm
H0MI113 of Wi-stbrook and the Harden city
etcrim went along smoothly with tho
exception of his putting and finally won
by it t and I margin.
Late vchlerihiv nfternoon It wits nn-
noum-psl that a thpre wpre nn other players
1 who could npprouch the 3d hole score of
I IVitt'la ntl llrL-l.t- I.. (I, , .,m I If tl n , paiiimI
anrt g Irt as Klrkbv bail llnMicd two KtroKes
i.,,r thp other tho mrtlnl would be
1 awnrdetl the New .Iprsev champion. It will
I ,,.,.,,,, ., e i11IlbAtv of about
reuiembered that Hie Inability of about
'fitly nl.iv.-ra ti. finish before dark 011 the
,u, ,1,; ,.u,i ,i, .,;,,.. , 1T
the sr. bole test and contlno the ipiallfleatlon
! to Hie scores made on the first ID holes,
1 the summary
first Sixteen. First Hound II n I.ee.
X'ale, beat A 1.. Noirls, .Nassau. 1 up and
: to plav, Oswald Kirkby, Englewood beat
It 11 XX'llllitms, Morris County. & up and
I lo pla) , Percy tt I'yne !d. Morris County.
Prat Clifford A Dunning. Nassau, 4 up and
X 10 blnv II J TiiDotnr. tlreenw-lch. belt
John M. Xfard, C.arden city, 5 up and 1 to
play, McKIm Hotline. XX'estbrook. beat I-'
' I" Jennings. Nassau. 4 up and 2 to play,
Walter J. TraMs. Harden City, beat S C
Mubon. Ardsley, 5 up and 3 to play: Fred
t Herreehorf, Harden City, best Jamea D.
Foot, Anawamls. 3 un and 2 to play: XVIil-
tain t. Hicks. Nasnu, beat It F Mundy,
Ardslev. 1 un.
Second Hound Klrby beat Lee, 3 up and
2 to play. Topping brat I'yne, 2 up and 1
to play, Travis b. at llolllns. 2 up and 1
to play. Herreahuff beat Hicks. 2 up
tlrnten Eight. First Sixteen. First Hound
--Nurris beat XX'llllams. 3 up and 2 to play.
Ward bent Dunning, 1 up 1 So hole-), Jen-
tilnx beat Mabon. bv default
root, 3 up nnd 1 to play
second Mtieen. First Hound " It Mir-
donaM v'atlanal. biat E I. do Koresil MM-
, nrid. up, A N Cow perthwatte, Midland.
beat 11 F Kohler, Itldgewood. 6 up and 4
to pia . James It Hvde, South ."hore. b"at
r 11. .lennings, ,ir laie. 3 up anu ; 10
plav. It. C llernir, Nassau, beut II I.
Nichols, Midland, 1 up. It XV Henderson.
Knnllw.ioit, beat 1 K F McCann, Nassau,
by default: X' C I.ongley, xx'annsmolsett,
b.ut Donald McKeiUr. Midland. 2 up and 1
to Pla , II. S HoHome. Fox Hills, beat
U. 11 Adams. Haltusrol. bv default. J. H
C Tarpan, Nassau, beat II F XX'hltney.
Nassau, Iiy default
Second Hound- Macdonald beat Cowperth
walte, 2 up. Hvde beat IWner. 6 up and S
to plav. lAingl-y ti-at Hendetsnn. bv de
fault, Tappan lie.it llottome, by default
Third Sixteen, First Hound- .1 N Stenrns
3d. Nassau, best Htre .Murdock. Nistuu,
heat XV 11 Johnson.
lo play. II 1. I'riti. .Nassau.
Johnson. Ureal Neek. 2 up snd
t .,. uiav. chane, h
Hyde, south Shore.
I b-t XV A Kng.man. Nsssuu. J up and 1 to
1 ula . A. It Hsh. .National, beat ltlch-
ards. Nassau. 6 up and I to 1.1 . Ir N II
Sprugue. Itiwood, beat C Hunyaii. Jr.. Nas
sau, bv default. XV M llothsihlld. Nassau,
beat IS. T Allen, Fax Hills, by default, .11.
It Townsend. Haltusrol. beat ! M Kerr.
Merrlmac Valley, 2 up and 1 to play. 11. M
Tarlcion. Oakland, beat F C. Denning, Cres
cent, ' up and 4 to plnv.
Second Hound Stearns beat Pratt, 4 un
and i to play. Fish beat Hd. 3 up and -'
to plav. Spr.iBUe beat Hut hschlld, S up snd
S to play. Townaend beat Tarleion, 1 up
Fourth Sljteep, First Hound B. H Mc
Kellar, Midland, beat X' H Hubbell. South
Shote, 3 up and 1 to play, L. t! K White,
Nassau, beat 11 II Touey. Nassau, 3 up and
I to play. F K. Hurd. Midland, bet 11. N
Husch, Nassau, 1 up, II L. llowliey Apa
wamls. beat O XV Falrchlld, Manhaitan, 4
up and 2 to play. F it Webster. Dykcr
Meadow, beat XV S Hrown. Oakland. 0 up
and 4 to plav, It XX' Maxwell, Nassau, beat
II A l.oring, Nassau. 3 up and 2 to play
lloagland Uaiea. Noesau, beat C. H llerner,
Nassau, by default. II I Lewis, Flushing,
beat II S Jennings, Nassau, 4 up and 3
Second Hound McKellar beat XX'hile, 2
up, Downey beat Hurd, 3 up ami 2 to play;
Maxwell beat XX'ebster. 4 up nnd 2 to play,
Lewis beat Utiles. 3 up and 2 to play
Fifth Sixteen. First Hound It. Armstrong
Nassau, beat C H Smllh, Jr. Nassau, 7 UP
and s to play; I' It Jennings, Oarden Cltj,
beat F c Hllss. Garden Clt, 4 up and 3 to
play. Dr M Carpenter, Oakland, beat II S
Siearns, Nassau, 4 up and I 10 play. II K
Hudson, Naa-su, bent I, 1,. Allen, Nassau, by
defauli , XX'. H. Nichols, Jr., Nassau, beat
J. H O'Connell, Inwood, 4 up nnd 3 to play,
J. A Stlllman, National. bat o. K. Maltby,
XX'ykagyl, 7 up and 6 to play. Clarence Dun
ning. Nassau, beat J. II Ottley, Naaaau, 1
up tl holopi: L. D. Hogers, Midland, beat
F. 11 Tratt, N'nsaau, by default
Second Hound Jennings beat Armstrong.
; up. Carpenlir beat Hudson, 3 up and 2
to plav, Stlllman beat Nichols. S up and 4 to
pla . Dunning beat Hogers, I up and 3 to
FULLER HOT SPRINGS WINNER.
Takes Nineteenth Hole After Nip
ntul Tuck Mo ten With Soliiueller.
Hut RpniNns, Va., Oct. 4. T. S. Fuller
of New York to-day won tho nnnual fall
tournament of the Hot Springs Oolf Club
on tho nineteenth green nfter lighting
fjenrgu O. Schmcller, the New Haven
player, every Inch of the way. They were
nil even at the eighteenth, when but four
holes bad been won In the entile match.
Scbmeller had a moderately easy victory
from Kdniund 1'. Hottets. Shlnnecock
Hills, In thu semi. finals.
First Mstrcn, Semi finals- T. S Fuller of New
York, defeated llobert Allyn, Hertford, a and .X,
licorgo ti. Sihmcller. New Haven, defeated Ld
muiid 1. lingers, .Shluncroik Hills, : up.
Final- Puller defeated Ncluneller. I up (indole.)
Second Slvti-cn. Semi Duals Alfred Halchellei ,
Chetv Chiae, defeated It llager, Jr., Neu Xork,
4 and S, il. H. Hall. Iliookllne, difcaUl II. A.
MfCullougli, National, tt ami I
I'lnul ilalltli-fealel llaicheller, .X end t.
Third Slutecu C II. Siiuler, New York, de
feated It. Trowbridge, Washington, 4 and 3. J It.
Mrers, Neil York, ilefeale 1 .1. II. Ilhodcs, Phila
delphia. 2 and I.
I Inal Xlcycra defeated Squlcrs, 4 and 3.
Miss Fnrrelly'a Name (lops on Cup,
Miss Orace Farrelly won the Mrs, S, F
Lefterts memorial competition at the Engle
wood Country Club yesterday, defeating
Mrs. Frank Enos by tt up and I to play In the
final round. The winner had to concede her
opponent one stroke. Conditions stipulate
that this trophy shall be perpetual and that
the winner each year shall have her nam
inaorlbedon tha oup. Miss Farrelly won a
NUe of tb original oulrlgM.
KAMMER LEADS ON OWN LINKS.
Sfnten laland Championship -Gets
t mlrr Way nt l-'os. Hills.
Hack to famillHr Mumping grounds,
A. 1-'. Kntniner anil II. T Allen luyetl nearer
Ihelr true form in the uiiallfyliig rmiiiil of
Hie niimial Stnteii Nliiinl cli.-ilnploushlp
011 Hie links of I he fox Hill (loir Club
yesterday. Kiiinmer won Hie medal with 11
M-orc of 7:1, two e-t rui.f-s belter than Allen,,
who was spi-oiiil on dm llt tin Tliuisilay at
Nassau neither mini iiiiiup the Ilrst elxleeu,
P. II, .lenniiigs, 1 In.. Illihmonil County
mail who won the Stalen Island title over
his home links h year ago, iiunlltltHl In third
place yeslerilnv with a score of n't. while
such well known iilaveis as P, XV, I'ogson,
I,, tl. t'onlilyti nnd the "evergreen" tleorgo
Armstrong fulled to better than the.
make the second illvUlnti. Ailtiough Knni
iner had nothing worse than fi's going out
he took 42 to the turn. I.lttlef.iult, however,
could be found with his D7 home. Tho tan)
Out J 5 4 6 3 S 6 S J -41
la 4&S.4643B 4 -St -79
In the first tiiHlcli round Hammer de
feated .1. II. KddleiiiMii, a clulimate. by 3 up
ami 2 to pluy.atitl I lie first named will hne
to meet ). Whitney linker of Richmond
County In the second round this morning.
Ilulcr a few veai-4 ago inado a name for
himself while ut ITinceloii as a nervy match
'I he summary
Cliatniitoinhln . Sixteen A. P. Rammer. 79: II. T.
lien, St. P. It. Jennings. S3: XV. S. U-eds. 85: C.
' Conrov. S7i II. S. lloltome. H7: C. T. .stout. HS:
rl M. I'o'ev, '), J. II. Nlatcr, Kit; T. D. Thompson,
M: M. I.. Fenrcy, W): 4, XV. linker, ut: V. h. Trues
tlale, ?; W M Ostrander, HI; 1. It. Kddlemsn, ui;
II. II. McClellsn. VI.
SeL-oml lllil.liin -P. XV. Ponon. Fox Hills. 95:
J. K, Kaber. Hlrhmond County, M: K. II. MeCoun,
1 ox mils, la,: 1,. uaniei, lucnmona county, w;
1.. M. Conklyn. Kox Hills, too; tl. K. Armairoiig.
rox Hills, too: It. stutier. Itlcbmond County. 103:
.H. c liArrrii. Fox Hills. 10S.
Match I'liy. Championship .sixteen rirai rouna
Kammer beat Kddleman. s up and 2 to play;
Halter beat Conroy, I up (In holesi; Stout beat
Thompson, S up and ft tn play: Jennings beat
TriieAilala. & un and 4 to nlav: Ieds beat Ostran
der, 7 up and 5 to play: Slater beat Posey, 4 up
and: to play: llottonie beat Fearcy, I up CO holesi;
Alien oeai Mccieiiau, 4 up ami 0 10 inajr,
Match Play. Second Division First round
Patier beat Ponon. 2 no: Conklvn beat Arm
strong, e up and 4 to play; McCoun beat llarrett.
1 up: uaniei oca. nunzcr. a up sou t iu i'ii.
TOM'S COMBATS AMONG
Conimercinl-Poly Gnmc Should
Form llcst Indicator
of the Lot.
The scholastic football games billed
for this afternoon have unusual promise
for contests so early In the sesson. Nearly
all of the big teams will be In action and
In ninny cases they will have adveisa
rlcs that should be able to extend them
to the limit to win. The Commerclnl
l'oly I'rep scrimmage In Hrooklyn will
be watched with n good deal of Interest
In that borough, not only becauso It will
see ench team In battle for the first time,
but because It Is used each year ns an
Indicator of how matters stand In Hrook
lyn. Holy I'rep almost Invariubly has
ono of tho best elevens In thp borough
nnd for thp past few years her open
ing game with Commercial has been close
and Interesting. Coach Shearer of Com
mercial was onp of the first to bnve his
team on the field this season nnd, since
ho has had good material to work with,
there Is every reason to believe that the
Hed and Gray should be at least an
even match for Holy I'rep.
Stuyvpsnnt has been climbing steadily
up the football ladder each year and sho
will meet the Stevens tenm at Hoboken
this nfternoon with all the encouragempnt
which she gained In tho victory over
Hackensnck last Tuesday. Stevens Is
likely to prove a foe of different stamp,
however, and It will be a feather In the
Dutchmen's cap If they can win the game.
iiy however small a score. Much can he
It-nrried of Dp Witt Clinton's strength
from her gams with Curtlj at Cutlls
Field. The latter wns swamped by Com
merce 27 to 7 last week Boys High
plays Hutgers at New Ilritnswlck and the
game should develop something worth
The schcdnlp :
I'oly I'rep vs Commerclil, at Commercial
He XX-tt Clinton vs Curtis, at Curtis Field.
Mtuyvtsant is Stei-ns Prep, at Hoboken.
Manual Training i. Mackenzie School, at
!los High va Hutaers Trep, at New
Adelphl vs tlushwlrk, at Adelphl Field.
Flushing vs l'ncport. at lnsleslda Field.
Morris is VonWerp, nt Morris
St. Paul's School is. Jlurrlstown, at Mor
Hrooklyn I'rep is Furdhsm rrep. at
The high school socce- tournament gets
under wny to-day with these games:
Curtis vs. Townsend Hnrils Hall at Cur
tis Field, at 2 P M. ; Commercial vs.
Stuyvesant ut Comuiuiclnl Field, at 10
A. .M.. Munis vs. Manual Tialn
Ing ut Macomb's Dam I 'ark. 2 :30
I. M . Commerce vs Krasnius Hall nt
Van Cottlnndt l'.uk. 2 41 I' M ; Hoys
High vs. De Witt Clinton at I'tospect
Park, 2 tr. I'. M.
Coach XX'alsh of Hronklvii I'rep Is con
fident that ills team1 will be able to defeat
Fordham Prep to-day If they play aa well
as the other day against llronhivn ColltKe.
In scrimmage Thursday Hnnl- Hrooklyn
Prep's star end. wus Knock. d out for twenty
minutes. He l.ii.l failed In 11 tackle und ono
of ttie players tripped nier him and kicked
him in the head. He appeared nil right
when 1m rrcuiered nnd . spn-is to pUy
Dr !! renre. the old F of tj pilJiron
atar. pin ill Flushing njud 'rough an
hour of hard slrnal drill yeeie..lH,v after
noon as a finishing lotitli for tlie Initial
game to-day with Freeport st Fluehlng No
scrlmuuige has been Indulged In since Thurs
day, when the mralty defeated tho scrubs
In u game hott contested Iiy tl-.ii bitter
Clark, McPliersun and Kellv aenrrd tnuch
ilouns for the varsity, whllw MlcheiH-r. u
graduate coach, scored a lone touchdown for
the scrubs Welly showed such generalship
In handling the team that he has been
aw-arded tlie quarterback position Inatev! of
Clark, a veteran Freeport defeated Flush
ing 2S 0 last year and In ordir to onset 1
re petition In foothill history Dr Lawrence
will present his atrongeet lineup In to-day's
St. Taul's Pchool will travel to Morris
town to-day to plisy tluit team In ihe open
ing game of the aeuson for the Harden city
eleion. Much Interest will b centred about
Power, tha all scholastic captain of Detroit,
who recently haa entered Kt. Paul's Heboid
Capt Keer of Commerce, whose hand waa
hurt In last .Saturday's name wll'i Curtlt.,
atlll Is In bad shape, though Ht llrst the In
jury waa considered n slight sprain A
hasty examination yesterday by Dr Foster
of the physical training department at Com
merce showed It to be a broken bone
Keer will I1.11 an X-ray Humiliation unit
In the nieinilme will take things f.ssy by
keeping out of scrimmage aa he Old In the
practice game with N V. U. Thursday
Erasmua Hall will be the only high school
In Hrooklyn not represented on tin' grid
iron to-duy. The Kanie wlih MnckcnsU has
been called off definitely und also tlie one.
with Peeksklll on October t: This means
that Kraamus will mil start Its season
until October 10, when tho team plaja De
Witt Clinton In Manhattan. The lads nre
despondent and do not think they will be In
shape fpr the game
Manual Training will be seriously ban II
capped In-day In the game ugiunsi Mac
kenile by nut having Charles, tho star half
back, or Cnlcord, the regular centre, In Die
lineup Mike Charles expected to be able to
play to-day In fact h was In uniform on
Thursday, but ofler kicking Hie ball once,
he limped back to the dressing room nnd
declared tint he could not possibly tw aide
lo play Colcord In practice last we-k was
kicked In the aide and allien then has had
a severe pala. Coach Larson will not allow
him to plajsr
The Kraamus soccer team haa riunded Into
fine ahape under the careful coaching of Mr
llealy, and la confident nf giving the High
School of Commerce a fast sjam to-day ut
the Parade (Jrounds. Oliver Hrown, who
is acting as temporary captain until the
election, announced yesterday the lineup,
with which Coach Healy will start the
Next weak tha Manual football and soccer
squsda will be able to practice at Washing
ton Park Coach Larson has arranged with
tha coaches to have Poly line up against his
tsaim twlei a week for aevaral weeks and
bosilbly for the whole ssaaon. The ieaon
ina,, wnb iwu !msi v wining vu ysseo-
ilea together Is that they are not acDtdolat
M play aaea other tala -ysaf. .
ROADS IN QUEENS' BOOHED.
Clletmhrr of t'olilliierce (ilvInK tlttt
Itoult-s fur A 11 tn Trnvrl.
A nntpl iiielliiiil has lioptt iiilopled Iiy tho
I'liiimliPr nf Ctiiiiiiieree of the lloroilgli ot
Queens In Inforin aiiltitniibillsts nf the
uoiiil ronils that now nr. rumiileleil in the
bottiiigh, X'eslenlny nlleniuon seternl
sihiiolbiiys were ntatloueil mi the bridge
plnzn handing out to iiiittiuioblllsts cir
culars iiitllcnlllig the best ronils tn talifl
from Long Isl.uul Cltv tn various points
In the borough. Ill niltlitltiti to having nil
nut lined 1 tin 1 til I he roads lending from tho
tjueensbori) llrlilge plnm tn I lushing and
.Itililiilrn I Ik- circular leiiilsiis follows.
Notice: AuliiUKibillsts The following
hlghwnys hate been repaved nnd give
direct routes tn smooth pavement: Long.
Island City to Khnhurst, t'orotui and Plush
ing, follow Diagonal street to Thompson
uxeniie, 'I Ii(jiiim(ii 11 venue lo Hhell road,
Mhell run 1 1 10 .Ini-kBcn nvenue, Jackson
avenue to Hmdilng.
Long Island ( lty to .Inmnlen, Richmond
Hill and XXotitlliaven, take Diagonal street
to 'I hnmpstiti aveuiin, '1 liomnson avenue
and HotTmati boulevard to Hillside avenue,
Hint Itlltsldo uxeniie to Jamulca or ltlch
The Stoddard Motor Company, distributor
of the Mtotldurd-IJuyton cars in the metro-
liulilMIl Itirrifnev Ima innv.xl from KlftV-
eeveiith street to the building of the United
States Motor t'ntiiti.-iiir. llioadwav and
Hlxty-tlist street, 'this move is a part of
the general plan of concentrating facilities
for the sale or the products ot tha United
Htalea Motor Company.
A Maxwell par entered by Charles, F.I
Motiroo won the third annual reliability
politest of the Automobile Club of IlufTnlo,
The conlpsf was ootiducted over a route of
s.vi miles In length nnd lasted four days.
1 his ptory gives the Maxwell car Its second
leg on the LaurenvKnon trophy, which must
be won three times before It become tha
permanent possession of tho winner.
IIARCiAIN NAI.E OT I'NITD tiARS
I. M. QUINBY & CO.
One so mmplex 1012, 7 passengen
Toiirlne; liody, J2,onn.
One 40 Dol.tixe I.fmouslno, $750.
One 25 Pennsylvania, now, 11,100.
Ono 50 1'cnnnylvanln, demonstrated,
Ono 45 Isotta, $1,800.
Severn! demi-T.imouslna and Tour
Ini? Ilodles Very Cheap.
owimu and aRLunui or au
tomobile OOVMBRCIAL TBBI'
CLK& OARA0K8, TTRBfl, EQUIP
Mil MTU ALSO RSPAIJX COM
PANIES, WILL ALWAYS PTKO
OMBTHtNa OP 1NTBRBST IN
THIS COLUMN. .
CtTlng I'n Agencv
" I'OI'F.-IIATtTFOKD E
ACT QUICK. Oi:il I.OSH 19 YOUR RAIN.
XVc have two new cars and aome rebuilt cars
that must be sold
No Reasonable Offer IlefnseeL
Also oilier makes
AT I.4IXX Fllil'ltr.st.
DON'T suss this ciianct:.
IF YOU CANNOT CAI.l.. XHITi: FOR
Don't miss this opportunity to be the owner of
Tel. 7IHa tolumbiis. 19.IO RROADWAT.
ltlia IIOt'PT-HOC'KWIXt. CARS.
5 passenger Toiirabout. fin h. p.. former prlos
former price tS.OKi. now i:.UV.
lull Tourabnut driven only l.ao miles, equipped
with top. windshield, hl.vioti horn and demount
able rims ft. sun.
Houpt-Hoc!.vfel! demonstrator, tw h. p. Tourtnf
FRANK O. OARINRF.R.
3 OO ft Broadway Tel. B4BO Colambaa
J9I1 Model, tjno. Value 57 VI 01.
Glti:i:N'.s. 4th St. and Ifway.
a cylinder . Roadster: perfect eondltlon; MS.
aiue as.aKi. iiiu.t.n , 4sin at ana u w
On and after October 1st, MM. our
rsi:r car dk.pt.
will br located at 4 West 62 d St., near Broadway.
XVc are still open for bids. All cars are ready for
Touring Car 7 passrngei. USO. Value 14.901.
HHKKN'S. 48th SI. snd n'way.
A SO I' ARE DEAL. v
Dm us sell vour car for cash no sale no charge.
T1MKS SOUAItK AITO CO.
1710 llroadwuy. Phone 73M Col
7 Passenger Landautet: Bos condition: Mi
Value il.ooo. Glli:i:.N"S. 48tb St. and B'way.
IIAKKn F.lectrtc Victoria. Will demonetrata tt
miles on a charge. A rare Bargain. Baker Ve
hicle Company, 1703 Ilroadway, 'I cl. 3830 Columbus
Hi: llodel. I7. like new. Value 11,000.
(JltlUl.VS, H'wny and 18th St.
WILL SKLL mr 1012 Todrlng Car with tan.
windshield, Ac, for 17uo; part cash, balaao os
time. J. LKivin, ion west 74 in si.
' MARION ROADSTKR.
1911 Model; HMi; perfect condition. Value
11.au. UUKI..N a. tain st. and B'waw.
ALLU.N KINGS rat N HOADSIXR.
1911. Model; like new; li.wo. Value ll.soa.
OHKRN'S. 4Sth St. and ll'way.
7S0 00 to $710 00. X'ttlue tl.ooo to t3M
llltF.L.N'H. 4Slh St. and B'way.
latte Model. s.Snon; like new. X'alue M.Mo.
OHKIl.N'.S. 4sih St. and U'way.
late Model, standard make, like new; 1799. Valua
3,2oj HltllK.Va. 4bth St. and ll'way.
CHALMERS limousines. 1811. extra new tour.
lngbudy; luootlicrs. -.'utti Century, 170U Ilroadway.
MOTOR DFLIVl ltlFJt.
1,000 to capacity; Koo tn and up,
UHKI.N'S, lath St, and ll'way.
Limousine. Landaulct and Touring Car at Bargain
Prices. (ilii:i:.N"s, isih St. nnd B'way.
AITOIIOIIII.LS FOR HIRE.
SUVEN-rA.SSDNCr.lt LDXlttlOlS CARS.
oiriciiv up-io-uaio nioucii tor
rent IiM an hour and up;
trectal inonlhly rates.
IT Is cheaper lo rent than to own an automobile.
XVc make specially of rrntln rears bv ihe month
our set en fushcngrr Packard cars, touring or
iiiiiuiiBiu. , i,u,i in.- unrui piiaio ecjuipment.
Itespnnslble and reliable service ruarantced.
U.MVI.USAI, lAMMr.TI.H CAli CO.. 1M
Mst Md St. Phone i'laa iioo.
7x1 ro.iioiiit.i: iTi:p.xnii.ti, c.
(.'pholsiering, Ions A Slip. i overs. Foredonrl
Mil Ml. ALIO It 111' 4 lit l-4..
8IIHI Col. tlKl W. 6'Jd Hi.
Booklet explains XVHY
our course Is best,
inspect emr plant
and be convinced.
A ( -A I) K.I I V
33N XX. Mill Nt.
.XIOTOIt THICK INSTRICTION.
wi'jJT smr "'uniuuai roan work. Small shon
XTl J4T Sim. classes, Truck positions waltln.
T. M. f. A.
bend for booklet. 315 XV. 57th at
Phono 71W) Columbus.
ALL MAKES .1Dou,, ?olrt sn(l ExchaBsf,
nas, rnnniid Times Sa. Auto Co.. 1710 Itroadw
BUiCK Motor Co.. n'way. betweea llta
- - nci 11 ais. turns 4040 caiu
Knox Automobile QJatpany,
t9M-llsX) Broadway. Phone 4J3I
UlVUirl I MAXWX.llHI8tXIB Oaa