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ITHE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1912.
THE FOOTBALL ELECT
Harvard, Yalo and Princeton
All Come Along With
SHOCK FOR THE INDIANS
Toints in Tipers' Play Army
and Navy Teams Start
Among the football elect there waa
mor cause for satisfaction than disap
pointment In the week end battles A
majority of them did well. Prominent
among those that didn't were Carlisle
and Cornell. 1(tie one was tied In a score
.s game, and the other beaten. For Cor
nell the sting of defeat may have been
loftened by the fact that It wasn't the
first time thla season, or It may have been
Increased for the very same reaaon. There
as no material evidence that the team
had made any headway elnce it suc
cumbed to Colgate.
Maybe, with the advent of Dr. ffiarpe
football at Cornell la In a reconstructive
Mage, which Is bound to bring Jolts until
the good results begin to accrue from the
reconstruction. Some tearing down has
to precede the building up, and If that
1. Pr. Sharpe'a Idea he has a good
nal of moral courage to go ahead
reg.udle.ss of the unpleasant, but not
rces.irlly unwholesome, black eyes ac
quired In "(V process. There Is no reason
to thing ne won t get Cornell football on
a ounder basis or that there Isn't the
material at Ithaca to do much better than
hi been done so far
Carlisle's failure to score against Wash
Instnn and, Jefferson, probably Is nothing
more than the natural outcome nf having
none against a team with a really strong
defence, more logical than surprising. Yet
it comes In the nature of a iftock never
theless after '.the Indians had been running
around at will for points. Tho Carlisle
kirktteld has a reputation as a hackfleld
combination on a par with Harvard's and
I'er.n's and Princeton's, but a backfleld
can't do everything, and again It Is shown
that a strong opposing line can make no
M of trouble for the best of backfleld
If th latter hasn't a line to give It a
co-nmensurate amount of help.
However, although bumping Into a 0
to ft score after revelling In scores of BO,
1. 34 and fifi dimensions Is considerable
of a bump. It Is nothing more ian nny
"am Is likely to encounter when making
a sudden transition from an easy to a
"ia-d opponent. The W. and .1. team wns
n eakllne. as shown by the fact that It
kept Cornell from scoring a touchdown,
nd the hattl" It gave th Indians will do
th latter lots of good. The Pennsylvania
eleven ( considered pretty agile and re-
lurceftil. nnd It was held to 1 points
Sy Dickinson. Carllle h-at Dickinson,
Jt to o, so after the Penn-Dlcklnaon re
J'jlt the Indians have no reason to feel
downcast over th W. nnd .t. outcome.
Arrfierst must feel pretty good after
beating Colgate, a team which had Just
beaten Cornell. Although ns n rule little
more than Immedlnte satisfaction can be
derived from comparative scores, nil
teams are human to feel that satisfaction.
Thus Harvard, bettering by twelve points
Yale's total against Holy Cross, Isn't
sorrowing even though the Cambridge
people don't regard that fact as of any
Harvard. Yale and Princeton all did
pretty well last Saturday. At Harvard
and Yale there was a distinct Improve
ment. There were Indications that they
were beginning to realize more from their
good material and the natural ability
thereof. Harvard displayed improvement
In every department, more In the back
field than In the line. It Is In the line,
though, that more Improvement Is needed.
The back field already was a quantity
of kno'vn strength. The end pluy was
the poorest In the line. That wns true
of Princeton's line play against Lehigh.
The Tlgt-r end play was uneven.
Different accounts have It that Yale
.ih an Improved team against Syracuse
and also, on the other hand, that Syra
mip weakness materially helped Yale to
be "1 points. This thing of distinguish
me rorreetly between weakness on one
sul- nnd strength on the other Is a rather
t Kllsn proposition .11111 rails for an ex
t emly expert eye.
We don't hear so I
much of It In the final big games, fur
"eu the strength Idea Is uppermost, no
n ater how much analysis may show
that the winners' points are due to the
Mnnents' weaknesses. If there were no
n -nknissrs In either team's defence there
w.xild be no scoring.
It is something for a tenm to find arid
take advantage of opposing weaknesses
" ctti, a very vital something. Yale
sn ed Itirrensed scoring strength In some
t or other, and In showing ability to
t iK" advantage of opponents errors made
encouraging progress over her two pre
v "us games The Hlue's game betokened
more alert mental attitude. Add that
to a lot of husky physiques, and you
hae something. Lefty Klynn, from last
ears Slicff freshmen, who were barred
f--.ni football by the faculty for n eIaSs
' 1 seretlon, added n lot to the back Held,
Tiling to accounts. He Is described
oi-ing tall and strong, weighing nearly
- pounds and able to do the hundred
1 tn seconds, which are soma endow
ments The Yale defence continues plenty
able to tnke care of such nssaults as It
encountered. First downs n oppo
mtiis have been few and fur between.
'ii the matter of ginger and aggressive
"em Pilnceton's game against Lehigh
demonstrated that the Nassau men nro
prutv well along. They go about their
rk with a good deal of zest. They
not turn out to be the strongest
-wn, but they do promise to be a
siiappy, fighting combination. Two of
'he'' backs, linker and K. Trenkman,
t'BM their way well and keep their feet
w. ,1 The Tiger backs were much quicker
sorters than the lhlgll backs, although
1 'tidleton nppeared to be an easy man
P stop once a tackier laid hands on him.
Princeton's tackling was ragged, wasn't
'hlng like us sure and clean ns It will
i-aie to be In the big gameB. The for
wards, who were better than against
Stevens or Hutgers, also were better on
'fence than defence. At present the
1 On-n't the unity or the life of the
b 1 tie in the chaige. They are more
-K ' than effective. The defence was
e en and there were too many fltst
' ns against It. In attack there was
i'.re I'reclslon, a less WHta of effort,
indrt'ision, In doing the requited In
idual work. The ability of the backs
it.tr off runs when they got clear nnd
1 iT clever forward passing rather
I .gliteiied the effect of the attack and
' s il the fact that the Tigers did little
he way of continuous line boring or
'i 1 ting concentrated attack. Out for
iiarttculnr game the style of piny
' adapted In the material.
n impressive point In Princeton's piny
s Ihe admirable bundling of the ball.
! was very clean, The leather was han
't ''I splendidly In scrimmage and in re
re ing punts and forward passes. There
"as the same deftness, loo, when, on
r mule of occasions, forward passes were
iterteptrd, I obey Baker stands alone
a catcher of punts. Whether doing
is or something else, this sterling player
mnm falls to he In the r ght n ace.
Ilakei's klckoffs hadn't always much
distance against Iehlgh, but a peculiar
ity of them was their height. They gave
Tportunlty for 11 swarm nf men to be
"n top of the man receiving the ball,
and aa a result of that the chances of
a run back were correspondingly dlmln
'shed. Whether or not these lofty kick
offs were Intentional, any man who could
ft them down to the five yard line with
'hat height would work a big advantage
to his tiam at the outset
The Army and Navy etch began Its
Playlnj season with no flourish of trum
pet. The Navy, reported to have to
maUnr-i of a fin 'yen, had tho sam
experience aa Harvard and Tale. Just
pulling- through In tha drat same. Doubt
less there'll be a quickening of the play
In duo time. The Army did only toler
ably well against Btevens, only Indiffer
ently well as measured with Princeton's
score, against Stevens. They don't care
much for speedy etarti" nt either acad
emy. They start later and finish later
than the college teams, nnd naturally at
thla time aren't eo far along.
BEE A NEW COY IN FLYNN.
Knthaslast Pick Hint the tUn
lar Fallback for Yale.
Nw IUvkn, Conn., Oct. 6 Tale
coaches to-night said they were much
Impressed by tne Improvement shown by
the men In the game against Syracuse
on Saturday and that game did consider
able toward settling the lineup for the
West Point game, now leas than two
weeks away. It was announced to-night
Uiat there would be secret practice every
day until the West Point game and that
there would be no special preparation
made for the Lafayette game next Sat
urday. Lefty Flynn won his place on the eleven
Saturday without any Question and un-
less Injured will bo the regular fullback.
His long punting as well as his work
In carrying tho ball commended him
very forcibly to the coaches and to the
enthusiasts In the grand stand, who saw
In him a now Coy. Markles did well
at kicking goals, and Castle's work car
rying the ball was so good that the sec
ond back field place Is between them and
Phllbln. Capt. Spalding will be the third
back. The coaches haven't yet decided
on the quarterback, none of the five used
Saturday quite satisfying them, but Cor
nell seems to be the present choice.
FOOTBALL INJURIES THUS
FAR NOT DUE TO NEW RULES
So Opines Farrier, Dartmouth
Veteran Not Opposed to
"The mlmber of accidents which have
occurred this year almost before tho foot
ball season has really started Is very re
grettable, but I can't ate that H lias any re
lation to the change In the rules," said Al
Karrler. the old Dartmouth centre and now
an official. "You will note that practically
all the accidents have occurred In practice
and not In games. Some of them even did
not happen In a scrimmage, but simply
while the.lad was makln? a lone tackle.
"Although thero undoubtedly will be
more line plunging under the present code,
I see no reason why that should be a source
of danger These mass formations, although
they may look fiercer to the spectator, are
really no harder than or not as hard on the
players as some of tho more open
maiueiivres. I admit that under the old
rules, of say flvo years ago, the line play
was pretty hard on tho tackles, hut now
that you can't help the man with the ball
It should not be
"It has been my experience that In a line
filay the. advantage ol a heavy man over a
Ight one Is In most cases more apparent
than real. It Is usually very hard to get a
heavy man moving, and If his lighter ad
versary gets the Jump on him and Is ag
gressive he has fully ns good a chance to
make a holo through the line. It's all in
being there first,
"I am firmly convinced that the code now
Is the best that we have had in five years.
It is simpler than that of last year and has
the advantage over the recent rule In many
other ways. In the few games I have seen
this fall there have been no injuries to
amount to anything and very fen- of any
FIND ONE MAN, MANY FAULTS.
O'llearne Join Cornell Training;
Table na Remit of Obcrlln Game.
Ithaca. Oct. 16. O'Hearne, who played
right end on the Cornell football team
against Obetlln yesterday, was tho only
new man who wns taken to the train
ing table to-day and In the opinion of
the coaches he was the only man on the
team except Ilntes, who played for only
a short time to reveal any knowledge of
football nt all. His smashing defensive
work and sure tackling pleased Pharpe,
but thete Is nothing else about the Cor
nell situation thnt is even faintly encour
Poor tackling, the fnllure of the line
J" ','pon ,!n".'', """h"- ,,le f"""re Pf
the backs to take off their men, thus mak
Ing Interference a Joke, only meant one
thing to the coaches, nnd that la that the
men must learn football from the ground
up. A month spent nt that sort of thing
with no results Is nnturally disappointing,
tut Sharpe nnd the others profess not
to be discouraged nnd they are going to
start at the primary grade In football
"We may lose every game, but they
must learn." is Sharpe'a statement of how
he feels on the subject.
TIGER FORWARDS SHOW FIGHT.
Mn- Hold Their Otrn Aaralnat Heav
ier Lines of Yale and llnrvard.
Pri-.tf.to-, N. ,1., Oct. e. The Tiger
supporters nre much encouraged us 11
result of tho team's showing In the Lehigh
battle yesterday The line showed to
better advantage thnn nt any tlms this
season, and the Orange nnd Black fol
lowers ttie now beulnnlng to think that
with 11 lot of coaching a set of forwards
mny lie developed which will be able to
hold Its own ngnlnst the heavier lines
from Cnmbrldge and New Haven,
The Tiger forwards displayed much
more fight and nggresslveness than here
tofore, holding Lehigh a plunging back
field well In check and showing clearly
the result of the unrelenting coaching
to which they have been subjected since
their poor showing In the Hutgers battle.
The work of Fred Trenkman. who sub
stituted for De Witt nt fullback, has
come In for n lot of praise, and It Is be-
lleved that If he keeps on his present
gait he will give De Witt n good fight for
All of the men nro in good snape witn
the exception of De Witt, whose "Charley
horse" Is troubling him a bit, hut he Is
n,.rted to bo out by the middle of tho
week. Practice will be secret during the
SOCCER ON MANY FIELDS.
Opening Ihe National League season on
Its own grounds t rsteidiiv, Jersev I'lty de
feuled the iiewlv funned Wnnilerers of
Brooklyn by .'. goals m 0 Williams anil
Ward of Brooklyn received Injuries nnd ttie
former had to unit Ihe game.
Though not allowed In use setertl star
men. the HI (ieorKe deten made a draw
of the New York Htnte championship match
with the IMari McKrnslea at I'elllc Field,
llruokltn. Bach xcnred two goal.
The Brooklyn Tellies scored Hires goals
In the ecnml nair HI ine rew inrx fMSie
eiiemiiliinshlii match at Van roiilanilt I'ark
This was enough to hal the I'anierons, who
did not score.
The Clan McBuffs defeated the Spanish
Americans at Van Cortland! I'ark In a
second section league game liy 3 gouts 10 0.
At Van f'orllandt I'ark the Columbia Oval
F ' defeated the Washington eleven hy
4 goals to I.
A no scoring game n Hi" rfJii" of lh en-
runnier between the XI ileorge I'nltcil nnd
thu liter-Seas Ichiii
ai Aiiiriimns 1111111 i-.irit
in a second section league game.
At Olympic I'ark, I'aierson, th Patersnn
Rangers defeated Ihe Hcotllsh Americans hy
3 goal" to 0,
Tho Hrooklyn V C were defeated hy ihe
Wllherforca contingent at WllUrd I'ark,
I'aterson, by 4 goals In 1.
At llayonne, if, J.
Bronx Ind, . .nnoaooniooo n s 1
Bayonne 0 020000110004 7 2
Game called on account of darkness.
Batteries Lynch sad Vlvlaoo; Schuyler and
SEASONS MAY CHANGE
BUT KRAMER DOESN'T
Cycle Champion Tears Off Two
More Purses as Kvidenee
That He's There.
POOR BREAKS FOR CLARKE
Jackie Beaten in One Heat When
Chain Comes Off and He
Gets Ugly Fall.
The waning cycle season finds Frank
Kramer quite as Industrious as before.
Yesterday afternoon at the Newark Velo
drome he rode to victory In both tho
professional races In which he competed.
His first essay was a match race with
Andre Perchlcot, the French champion.
He won It In straight heats, looking back
at the foreigner whllo kicking down tho
homestretch in each neat, his seconn
victory was In the five mile open, In
which he went to the front on tho Inst
lap and finished a length ahead of John
Bedell. George Cameron or New YorK
This five mile race had special rrlzes
of 125 for the winner of every Inter
mediate mill and the scramble for these
made keen sport. Paddy Hehlr took the
flrBt, Freddy Hill the second, Menus
Bedell the third and Eddie Rupprecht tho
fourth. Alfred Grenda, who Is usually n
factor In a hard race, ripped off a tire
early In the fray and was forced to re
tire. Grenda, however, was not without his
victory. He defeated Jacklo Clarke In two
straight heats of a match race in mile
heats. Clarke was thrown In tho first
heat on the last turn, when his chnln
came oft as ho started a sprint from the
rear. This threw his wheel ngalnst
Orenda's and he went down. He appeared
for the second heat with his arm and leg
bandaged. Just as he started his chain
came off again. The heat was then re
run, but Clarke from the rear couldn t
get by Grenda In the spurt on tho Inst lap
and was beaten by a length.
Donald MacDougall tooK tne nero
stake, a one mile amateur open race. The
amateur handicap, though, saw a long
marker as the winner. This was Fred
Weber of Newark, who had 235 yards al
On' Mile S'ovlee Won by Frank Miller
Peter O'Brien, second. Time, I minutes
it 3-5 .ecorulv
Match Hace. rrofeslonal: Half Mlle-
rnb T. Wriin.r Atnerlra vs Andre Per
chlcot. France Won by Kramer In jtralght
heats, Time, 3 minutes n secunus,
mlniii, S wMnrfr
Hero (Stakes One Mile Amateur Won by
Donald MacDougall, Ous Wohlrah. second.
Walter Schlee. third; Thonui Smith, rourtn.
Frtil We far. nun. lime, i minuiei . 1
Two Mile Invitation Professional Won by
Freddy Hill. Paddy O'SulIlvan Hehlr,
second; George Cameron, third. Percy Law
rence, fourth. Albert Crebe, fifth. Time, i
minutes K second.
Gibraltar Handicap; Two Miles, Profes
sional Won by Willi Ooburn, 10 yard..
Freddy Hill. 14 yard., second, llordon Wal
ker. 60 yards, third, Jimrt F Mnran. M
vards. fourth. John Hedrll, 10 yards, fifth,
Time, 4 minutes & 2-5 second.
Tartar Stakes. Klve Mile Open; Profes
sional Won by Frank 1.. Kramer. John
lleuVll, second, trsorse Cameron, third,
Joseph Fogler. fourth, iSordnn Walker, fifth.
Time, 10 minutes 12 4-5 seconds
TEST FOR LUTHER McCARTY.
Kltrhts Kaufman In Frisco Snturdnyi
McGoorty Vs. Denning In (iarilrn,
Luther .McCarty, the Missouri heavy
weight, who still Is trying to tight Ids
way to the front, will tie subjected to a
real test In San Francisco next .Saturday.
He will box Al Kaufman In the open air
nnd the bout Is limited to twenty rounds.
Knnfman has weight and experience In
Ittllll lliuii n.ii .v . . .v.. v.- .1,
his fator and also N believed to possess ,
greater skill. Hut he has been Knockrd
out by Fireman Jim Flynn and Al Pal
zer within two years and may not be fjhe
Kaufman of old,
McCarty w.is something of a disappoint
ment here In bouts with Wlllard und other
big fellows, but In Pittsburg recently he
whipped Jim Harry of Chicago decisively,
scoring four knockdowns In six rounds.
If McCarty defeats Kaufman, ho will prob
ably remain on the eoat for a t-ciap with
Flynn on Thanksgiving Day or perhaps
earlier. He Is coming back here to meet
Bombardier Wells In December.
Kddle McGoorty, who has claimed the
middleweight championship of the world,
will be seen III action at Madison Spunre
Garden to-nlght In a ten round bout with
Jack Denning of this city. This will be Mr
Goorty's last lout until he shapes up with
Mike Gibbons In the Garden on .November
7. Denning Is a clever, two handed boxer,
but that lets him out. He is not In the
same class with McGoorty as a hitter, but
he thinks he Is clevee enouf(li to stay
the limit and possibly win on points Me
Goorty has stopped the champions of Kne.
land and Australia with a few well
directed blows, but In bouts with sucli
boxers ns Bob Muha. Jack Dillon, Hugo
Kelly, Tony Cnponl and others his K. O.
punch was missing.
The other star bouts for to-nlght In tfie
same ring are clashes !itVeen Louis ile
Ponthleu. lightweight iamplon of France,
and Kddle Kelly of this city, nnd Kddle
Morgan bantam champion of Great
Britain, and Frankle Burns of Jersey
Boxing champions of the navy will be
pitted ngalnst local bos at the New Stnr
A C. next Friday night. Ham Itobldeau,
the lightweight tltleholder for Hire., years
In I'nele Sam's fbet, will meet Kddle
Smith, who recently was shaded bv Jack
Brltton Jack Boscoe nf the battleship
Louisiana, who holds the bantam cham
pionship of the navy, wlli try conclu
sions with Battling Heddy of Harlem.
Frank Perron of the battleship Illinois,
champion middleweight, will meet somn
good boxer to be selected by Manager
Jess Wlllard, the big Texan, writes to
The Sun that be is going to California
to box the winner of tho McCarty-Kauf-mnn
battle. Wlllard says lie is In fine
health now and Is open to meet any
white heavyweight In the woild.
The ft. Nlcholns A. C will put on four
fen round bouts nt the Plxly-slxth si reel
rink next rrldny night as follows: ,lnck
Ilrltlon vs. I.each Cross, Phil 'ross vs.
Willie Heeclier, I'atsy Kline vs. (ieorge
Klrkwood, and Young Wagner s. Tommy
rn'tsy Callahan, the crack Hrouklyn
featherweight, who defeated Willie .limes
Saturday night at the Irving A. ('., in
jured bis right arm to such an extent that
he has been forced In cancel an engage,
metit tn Philadelphia. Callahan has vainly
tried to secure matches with fleiugn
Klrkwood nnd Johnny Dundee, whom lie
defeated In ten round bouts some time
RECORD SQUAD OF OARSMEN.
1,10 Cornell I'realiiiien Alrrmly Ite-
Klslered for fall Prni'l Iff,
intact, N' V , Oil 11. Willi 1 Mi freshmen
already registered mil crew practice for
firs! year men at 1 orneii hns broken all
, record. 1 .11 n I yV,ir ill llils lmo eighty men
m, reiorled In ro.irn I oiirlliey and a
registration 01 nsi is umiiui)- mumi'ii'ii very
rwul 'I lie rcinarliali ft Ititeresl in inulm.
shown by lh IreHlimen pleases Courtney,
but he is worried as to how In- can lianillo
.... I.I.. wl tl nrmnnl .Inl.t. II.. ..I.. I..
..I.. In I In. 111 riliflnienlnrv trnlnlm, '!
f OW lllg linn niliee, nun iiiinr lilt' 11101 prom
slnir will be couched by Courtney in shells
on Ihn Inlet
Syracuse Is negotiating with Cornell to
find out If tho Itliacans can spare a i-ouplo
of shells to replace some of those lost when
the Orange boathouae and rowing etiulp
ment was destroyed by a tornado several
weeks ago. Coaches Courtney nnd Iloyie
have found two shells they are willing to
NOBLE FIRST BY INCHES,
Junior Champion Wins Mile nan at
Pastime's Peaceful Unnira.
Dm Pastime A. C. games passed off
yestertlnv with nothing more fuelling
lliati n three inch finish In the. mile open
handicap to ruflle ihe serenity or the mem
Imrs who hate been s.tllltig oti a sea of
trouble, for the past six months. There was
not a largo attendance and little, money
was collected to go toward the rewinding
of tho ilulihousp. A stag will bo held for
tills put pose, and It Is expected that In 11
week or so tho "Indians" will lie housed as
comfortably as before tho lire.
Unto Noble, tho Junior metropolitan
champion, wns the man that protlded tho
thrilN in tho mile handicap. Hp had ten
yarda stnrt on Tom Colllna of tho Irish
Americans and set out at seuh a paco that
the serateli man never had a chance. Do
(Irurhv, another New York A. '. man, was
In tho lend at the half mile, with (leorge
I'rltchley of tho eamo club at his bells. In
the last lap Crllchlov worked to the front
and had n lend of ten yards on Noble, when
the lntter started a sprint similar to tho
one that worried Klvlnt nt Travera Island
recentlv. It was a tlesperatn race to the!
tntio arid Noble crossed three Inches before
Critrlilov, who beat W. Powers ton yards
for tho place. PoIIIiih finished fourth, closo
behind tlio prlzo winners. .
In tho members' events F. J. Planck
showed well. Ho won the hnlf mile from the
fifteen yard mark In 2 minutes :t 4-ft seconds
nnd was third In tho quarter from scratch
to J). Hhe.i. who also had the post of honor
W. It. lliwl'o, the scratch mnn In the three
miles, win outrun from the start by ,J,
Fritz, who started from the 35 yard mark
nnd won liy about that cllstanco from P. J
'1 ho summaries'
One Mile Anrn Hnndlcan Won hv nave Noble.
New York A. C . 10 yarda; O. Crltchiey, New York
A. C 40 yards, second: W. Powers, Irish American
A. I.. 4(1 yards, third. Time. 4 minutes 30 seconds.
tot) Yard Handicap Won by C. V. F-arly. IS
feet: W. Drescn. 10 feet, second: W. F. Mulball,
10 feel, third. Time, 10 2-s seconds.
Hunnlns Hop. .Step and Jump Handicap won
by W llresrn. 12 Inches, with 4t feet '4 inches:
K, CinhrJcl. 0 Inches, second, with 40 feet 8 Inches;
T. S eeney, 3(1 Inches, third, w llh t feet ? Inches.
Half Mile ltun Handicap Won by F. J. Planck,
IS vard: .t. McCabc. 2S yards, second: D. Shea,
scratch, llilrd. Time, 2 minutes s 4-5 seconds.
Uuarlcr Mile Handicap Won by I. Shea,
scratch: (I. Wnirner, 8 yards, second; F.J, Planck,
scratch, third. Time. 61 2-3 seconds.
Three Mile ltun Handicap Won by J. Frlti.
3S yards; P. J Flanagan, 75 yards, second: W. R.
Itosrtlc, scratch, third. Time, 17 minutes 23 2-5
KAMMER MAKES IT GOOD ofcE.
tlrconirs Slnten Island Champion by
Itrnltng; Leeds in nnd O.
As It mindful of the old adage."the bet
ter the day tho better the deed," A. F.
Kammcr and IV. 8. Leeds decided to set
tle the ftaten Island championship ques
tion over the links of the Fox Hills dolf
Club yesterday. They wero to have
played to-day at tblrty-slx holes. Kam
inr won yesterday, defeating his oppo
nent by 10 up and 3 to play, So fast did
the winner travel that he ended the morn
ing round 10 up nnd thereafter be con
tented himself with holding the advan
tage until the match terminated on the
The lengthened fourteenth hole was
placed In commission for tho first time
yesterday nnd with tho tee pushed back In
its present position the drive lands the
hall at tho bottom of tho "kitchen." From
tluro It requites a long shot to get any
where near the green, et Hammer got
the hole In 4 His round of 73 Is a new
record. Leeds took 83, good enough to
In the final of the beaten eght division
K. M I'oey beat T. D. Conroy by a 7 and
f. margin. This was also at thlrty-slx
holes. The morning card of the cham
pionship final was ns follows:
lA'Cd-, out ...
S 4 6 4 4
ft 3 4 4
S 4 4 4 S
ft S 4 4 4
TWO "ONE'S" IN NINE HOLES.
Cnllf-Klnn Gillette- Vmem Mldlron and
.tillable to tiood Purpose.
Happy W the golfer who makes a hole
in one' 'I hen-fort! imagliHi the fee I lugs of
lellctty resultant from getting two of these
"onora" in a single round) Playing over
the short nlno holo course at Blddefortl
I'OOl, .tie., If i-t-mi) , i wii.ru-, v,,
Hudi-on. N. i returned a aeoru of 2H and
Pool. .Me., recently. J. t. wmeue, or., 01
It tu during that round that ho got his
two one's. A mldlron did the, trick the
first time nnd a iiiiisIiIh the second. So tar
u Ltiowo tills ih tli.t first case on record
when' a golfer has ben credited with two
ones in a single nine hole round. Gllletto,
who Is only In hit teens. Is a student at
William College and a liicmlH-r of the college
Programmes aro out for the annual fall
Invitation tournament of the Country Club
ol Atlantic City to be held over the. North
lleld liuks November 7, b ami 0. Nothing
mine than an eighteen hole testing round
will l! attempted 011 tint first day and
those milking the flist bluocn will qualify
1,, 1 i.miiiii.t. on for tin! uovornors' cut).
Provision has nlo been made for four other
.iti,,.n,a il,., nrur ninirn roiiim win im
,i,.ci,i..,i un il,.. iiiomlni- ol tin- second day.
the i-ecoud round thai aiternoon. louoweu
by tho M-ml-lliiakt and minis on naiuruay.
'Ilieru will alo 1st beaten eights In the
At least two one day tournaments for
women will !! h-'lil heieaiiout tins ween.
At Harden 1 it V to-day a turnout Is expected
ii iminv of the metrotiolitau women urn
niulous to mo what they can do oyer this
hard coure. On Friday the scue will shift
to Duiiwoodle. 'Iliu women will also be
Invited 10 play at Tuxedo noma day In 1 the
near future, probably nei week. This
will be u private tournament.
n liere wilt 1)A unmethln&r to do for the
tHLer .Meadow iroliers from now until
snow dies, according to the fall programme
announced by Ihe club's eecretary. Frederick
.1. I'liMlt's. Next .Saturday thero will be
th" iniallfyltig round for the army and
niivv cup, the sixteen players returning the
best net (-cores toiitlnulng at match play
for Hi" trophy, lor several "Saturdays
match pluv lor this pri-e, together with
that lor Ihn l,o-.e. cup. will furnish un
attraction, but tin-re nm other events to
1 11 thu remainder of the meinliers busv,
Mich a bogey handicap on October 10,
number on November : and the third on
November 1. On election day Ihe regular
handicap "III be enlarged to M holes with
three firl-es odered. one for first and second
nud another for thu gross.
I'liinblliiK n I'nult nf Ibe Indians,
CMit.lsi.R, Tn.. Oct. (!. The Carlisle In
drum returned f 10111 the tie gamo against
Washington and JefTcrson In the very beBt
phvslcul condition, only a few of the red
skins having muscle bruises. Coach
Warner spoke highly of the defensive
work of Carlisle's opponents and attrib
uted the Indians' Inability to score to their
fumbling. Fumbling hns neen a princi
pal fault of tho redskins during the first
two or three weens 01 .1 seasun lor many
veuiM nasi. The Indians and their offi
cials feel that they have been much bene
fited by .Saturday's game and wish above
all thing to wipe out last year's defeat by
Syincuse. Tii-morovv s practice will oe
sliurt and easy on tho regulars.
Ai-l.o riniin "'rnrlr firndnatee.
T. V. Ackerman won thu annual duf
fers competition tit the Flushing Country
Cluli yestetday by returning a net score
of 72. five strokes better than that re
turned b.v O O. M Thomus and Kdwln
II. Child in Saturday's play. Ackerman.
with u llttlo moit- effort would have suc
ceeded In graduating from the duffers'
class, ns It Is an unwritten rule at tha
Hushing Club that players who can ne
gotiate tho course In leas than the contury
mark nro no longer auners. Acaerman s
gross score was 102.
No Slnry Onrden Cnp for Jcott.
After winning his way Into the semi
finals Cyril Scott, llio actor, was ellml
pupil yesterday In tho competition for
the Mary Oaiden cup nt tho Oakland
(Jnlf Club when bo was defeated by
1. J. Are ml by 3 and 1. Frank II. Ros
Piter defeated It. K. Wighnm, 3 and 2, ar.d
tin- winners win meet ai tnuty-six noies
Ill two weeks.
in inn nnai ror ine
inneinorH cup l,evvis it, i-rniiKiin at-
fe.itcd Henry 1.. Hottnrt by 3 and 1.
EDDIE MCGDORIT VS. MUia utNNIrlB
FRANK IE I1URNH vs. EDDIE MOROAN.
LOUIS DE PONTUIEU T.H-:DDIE KELLY.
Adrn. doc. Rci'd Seats 1 to 14. Phons tlOO Madlton.
NEW RULES FOR YACHT
Committee Headed by W. Butler
Duncan Defines Methods
MEETING NEXT FRIDAY
Ovcrhnn'sr to Be Limited, Which
Will Keep Vessels in Hca
A meeting of the delegates to the Atlan
tic Coast Conference has been called for
next Friday at the New York Yacht Club
house to consider the proposed changes in
the racing rules.
Theso suggested changes have been
brought nbout laigely through the trouble
last year when the Joyant was disqualified
after winning the Manhasset challenge
cup. It was claimed that In her model
wero unfair Jogs and curves which If
bridged for measurement would put her
out of the class. Last spring a commit
tee of prominent members of tho New
York Yacht Club was appointed to con
sider the rules and suggest Improvements.
This committee was W. Butler Duncan,
chairman : C. Sherman Hoyt, Charles
Lane Poor, J. D. Macdonough, O. M. Pyn-
chon, James D. Sparkman, lloDcrt Em
mons 2d and Henry Moras.
No change Is suggested In the formula
for the measurement of yachts, but an ad
dltlon to the rules says, "Measurements
shall bo made In accordance with the pro
visions of this rule and aa prescribed In
the instructions to measurer, following the
liefore being measured a yacht must
have a load water line plane established
and permanently marked at the bow and
stern and on each side of the yacht.
This plane Is to be as nearly ns possible
the designed line or notation, water jtno
and quarter beam lengths are defined as
In tho present rules and overhang length
Is to ho the distance in a etraigni line ne
tween points furthest forward and fur
thest aft, measured In a line parallel to
the load water line plane and above It at a
distance equal to one-quarter of the cube
foot of displacement.
The length used in calculating tne rat
ing In tho formula Is the load water line
length plus one-half the excess of quarter
beam length over the percentage given Dy
the formula peicentage equals 100 minus
the spuare foot of load water line.
In the suggested changes jogs, curves
and notches arc more clearly defined and
thee aro to be bridged. The method or
measuring the sail area Is changed slightly
but simply to make the work of the meas
urer more easy.
A new rule limits the number of battens
to be allowed In any single sail. Yachts
rating 46 feet and over are to be allowed
five battens and yachts under that rating
Under limits nnd penalties It Is ex
pressed that the length of either oerhnng
; t.-j ..i. in... '
to the point of measuring overhang length polltan Bowing Club, whose oinclals De
shall In no case exceed IS per cent, of load Ueve In letting rival factions fight out
In no case exceed 16 per cent, or load
line length, but this will not apply
:hts built before the adoption of the
rule. This penally will restrict tho size of
the yacht and prevent a yachtsman build
ing a large boat to race In a small class.
Under the old rule a small hulled yacht
with a smull driving power might rnte
the same us a large displacement yacht
with a proportionately larger sail area.
Under the "right of way" division the
rights of a yacht are more clearly defined
and some new clauses aro added relating
to overlapping and clear, overtaking, luff
ing, pnsslng to windward nnd rights of
There are many minor changes sug
rested, hut on the whole the work of the
enmmittee has been to clear nwav some
uncertalntles and to make the rules easily
It may be that now that the N'ew York
Yacht Club has perfecttd Its own rules It
will bo wiling to apply them to the
Amerlcu's cup races and that 11 new series
of races may lie arranged.
OVATION FOR NATHAN STRAUS.
.Shows Great .lodarment nf Pare
With Henver nn Speedway.
Every one was glad to welcome Nathan
Straus to the Speedway yesterdny nfter
noon and he received an ovation from the
sidewalk brigade aa he sent Denver down
the stretch In an exhibition half mile. Mr.
Straus said that he was going to cover
the distance In 1 :03 and the watches
clicked at 1:03 Vi. This was the fastest
heat of the day and Denver did It with
out a pacemaker. Another Interesting
race, which was not scheduled, was be
tween James Murphy's old Speedway
fuvorlte Coast Marie and I. V. Hunt's
Clover I'tttch. Clover Patch had won In
the Class A pace early In the day, hut as
Mr. Murphy was looking for a competitor,
Mr. Hunt offered his mare. Coast Marie
won, but the race was a close one.
The summaries follow:
Class l, trotting:
Cxcclslor, b, g II. Itrher 1 2 1
Mendel!, t. g., C. Webber 3 1 :
lloqultta McKlnney. b. m.. W. Scott.... 2 2
Tommy Ilaron, b, 1.. K. Carpenter 3 4 4
Tommy AUlns, b, s.. I. Illanks 4 ft &
Time, l.oo, l:10!4'. 1:11.
Class V, paring:
Cuban, b. (., U. Sncdaker . 1 1
Hiram Ablfl. b. (.. K. Clark : 3
Connliton. tc. 1.. O. .S iambi is-a. a 2
Midnight Direct, h. in.. W. OTfaB 4 4
lime, i.tm:., 1.W4.
Class A. raclnr:
Clover Patch, br. m.. I. V. Hunt t 0 I
lirorge Patches, rh. g T Harper : 0 :
lime, 1 14',4, i.ot-i, 1 it.
data C. trnllln?:
Prnmlbe. b. g., K, O. ninten I 1
The Trip. b. a., U .Smith 2 2
Hilly Harlow, rh. g., J. Ullmore 4 3
Dr. I'.ddy, b. Horn Bros 3 fi
lien Wrlelil. b. g., V. Mangan a 4
U. C, br. (., A. Young 6 0
lime iitsttt, :io.
Class A. trottlns:
Startle, b. t.. V.. Shoemaker..
De Will, b K. llass
J. If, b, g.. II. Clarke
nippewa, or. r., 1 rcnni..
lime-lSWH, l:04M. 1:09. I OHM.
Claaa tl. troltlnir:
Oakland lloy, b. g O. Coaklln...,- I
Little Llla A., blk. m.. J. Lennon 3
Triphammer, b. a"., N. G'mn-fcldcr 3
lime: ti'14. t-:4,
Class K.. Daclas:
The Hube. b. t.. J. Shannon
Helen r oru, en. tn., T. itnaus
Mdy Loree, b. m., W. Donnelly
Time. Ids, 1:18.
Clasa n, paring:
Dick Mason, blk. g H. Clarke
Master McKerron, b. g.. i:. La Place..
II. Onllmo, b.g.. ti, Itellly
Dick Welch, r. g J. Kennedy
Time, 1.03'4, 1 03!(. I:03t4.
Class C. pacing;
Korrect Nbape, b. c.. W. Urban
Watchout, b. g., Dr. Jones
bright Direct, br. g.. C. Klavvatsch.,.,
Ileif aud tllue, b. g.. Dr. Mrhles ,
Alphonse I)., b. it.. J. Cbalnionlu
Time. IVSH, 1 04, 103.
TO RUN AT VAN CORTLANDT.
Park Commissioner (.Ives Permit
for A. A. V. Cross-country.
A national cross-country course may
be established at Van Cortlandt Park aa
a result of PermH.lon granted yesterday
by Itiomas i J. Utortn Ctmrntotomr "f
. Parsk of the Borough of The llronx, to
"i u ' a., .J,,-. :th: ; m" 'l' 'r-
ui iiitT eiiiniiiui ...iii.v ,'iiivn n
The penult has been granted with the
undei standing that theso races must be
conductrd under conditions to comply with
(ie rules of the Department of Parks, and
ttie following course laid out by Civil
Knglneer Frederick W. ltublen has been
approved by the Commissioner :
Tha start snd finish will be Inside tha
park, at Newtown avenue and llroadway,
and the course will carry tha runners over
the golf links, serosa Oun Hill road and over
the old Croton Aqueduct to point about
opposite the starting line. The return will
be a winding course through the park,
around the lakaa to a point Just south of
I8J(1 atreat and returning to finish lint at
Newtown avenus. Tha Junior champion
ships will take pltes November II ana tn
atslor otla Mevtavkei U.
1 - a
COVER JUST RUNS AND RUNS.
Takes IB Mile Practice "pin. Then
Wlna at Two Miles,
C, Cover, tho Boston marathon runner,
who represents the North Dorchester A.
C performed a remarakble fesrt yes
tetday when he won the two mile exhi
bition run of the Olencoe A. C. after tak
ing u practice spin of fifteen miles two
houra earllor. The running; of the Bo
tonlan waa the feature of the members
and Invitation gamea of the club held on
Olencoe 0al. Ho beat Soons, the best
nf il.- three Hfnrnlntslde A. C. men wh
opposed him. by fifteen yards In the good J
time for tho trade or 10 minutes . sec
onds. The home team beat the Morn
Ingslde team In the relay race by five
yards after an exciting contest.
to Yard Won hy J. McMant W. JVall.
aecondi A. Meyerhelm, third. Time, 6 3-S
seconds. . ...
8S1) Yard Novice Won by J. Burch: J.
SulllTan, second, A. Livingston, third. Time.
3 minutes 35 4-5 seconds.
440 Yard Won hy L. Hchwsrli; TV. tal-h.
second! M. Nelson, third. Time, 61 4-5
One Mile Walk Won hy B. Mann: J. lie
Morley, seconds W. Allen, third. Time. 7
minutes n seconds.
Two Mile Handicap Won by .T. Crowley,
scratch. 11. Burrls, scratch, second; .t, Clary.
130 yards, third. Time. 10 minutes 30
"'TwIi'Mlle Int Itatlon Won by T. Harris,
unattached, F. .McCullough. unattached.
..., 1 .1 freed. Salem Crescent A. C,
third Time, 10 minutes 13 seconds.
one Mile Belay Won by Olencoe A. C..
with T yulnlan. M. Kheii, G. Brown and
T I'urlell. Mnrnlngslde A. I .. second, with
J. J. Williams, J. Murphy. B. J. Bremlsen
ami F. Wnllaee. Time, 3 minutes 3. seconds.
Two Mile F.shlbltlon Won hy C. oover.
North Oerchtster A. (".; J. 800ns. Morning
side A. C. second. K. 1'elley. Morntngslde
A. C third. Time. 10 minutes 1 seconds.
BENEDICTS BETTER OARSMEN.
Onlrntr llnchrlors In Wlndnp of
Metropolitan It. V. Season.
Married oarsmen showed their stamina
vesterday in a race with an eight made up
i)f those who elect to live in slnglo bless-
..im.4- All nro membcrd ol me -mcito
lleve in leitniK rival ikiiii
their differences over the course of a near
' mlln on the Harlem Itlver. A wceK ago
it ivo the Dutch nnd the Irish, and tho
windup of the season was the event In
which the crack oarsmen of the club took
n seat in either boat according to whether
they were hitched or unhitched.
O'Hegan, Peering, Hchultz and Hart
wero among the nncient or modern cham
pions that placed the benedicts favorites
In the betting nnd though the ancient
John O'ltegan was considerably winded at
the finish, ho pulled as strong an oar as
mam- nf the vounxsters. The married
men' led their rivals over the finish line
l.v n leneth nnd a half to the great de-
ll'glit of their wives, who turned out to see
I ttiem tench the colts a lesson In oarsman-
I ..hip. The course, which was from High
ririHu.. tn tho r ubhouse at lS7tn street
was covered b.v the wlnneis in C minutes
The ctews rowed In the following order"
Married John O'ltegan, bow. Phillip
Hints. No. ". A. Vliners . .No. i John
Sehult, Xo. 4. W Klely. No t. W. II. Her,'
tram, No. . K. X Peering. .No. 7; H. .
Hurt, stroke; A (lalsttn. coxswain.
single A. H. tiallSH, bow, . Smith. M). ..
James Oollenan. No. 3. William Conway.
No. 4. II. A. llerlsse. No. Ci I.. A. Jaues,
No. 6. C.eorge Freellcli. No 7, I.. J. Emery,
stroke, 11 l.uuer. coxswain.
SMITH TAKES INVITATION RUN.
Vive Mile Champion Shows Way to
Park at Hrailhnrst F. C.
Marathon runners of International repu
tations were among the Btarters in the In
vitation run of tho Uiadhurst Field Club,
held over the four mil course of the club
yesterday. Johnny Hayes sent the big
field on Its way and Harry Smith, the five
mile champion began to cut out the pace,
lollowed by O, Klely of Hie Morningsldes
and J. J Hcynolds. the Irish American
Marathoner At two and a half mllea
Smith started to stride out In earnest and
drew away from the field so that he won
bv more than "oo yards from H.tJameeoti.
w"ho came strongly In the last mile. A slow
pack started over a shorter route In charge
ot Mlko Myaii. the Irish American distance
' r,'i''lie order of finish of the first ten:
I'osl- . Aim5-
Tlronit Church House 21 Co
Unattached 22 40
Irish American A. C 23 40
llradhurat F. C 23 i
Unattached 23 W
Mornlngslde A. C 24 00
Sheridan A. C 24 14
1. Harry smun.
2. II. Jameson.
3. W. Horton...
4. J. Hcynolds
5. II. I'arklni-on
s. II. Honahati.
7. tl. Kleley..
a. S. Sllvcrsicln
it. vv . froon.
Knlirhts Hi. antnony t in
lo! P. MrCulloiigli Unattached.
McCANN WINS CLOSE RACE.
Orals tVllllnma In Sprinting; Finish
of .MorlilllBsldc Rnn.
Charles McCnnn and J. .T. Williams had
an exciting tussle for first place In the
three and a half mllo Invitation run of
the Mornlngslde A. C. yesterday. They
began racing at two miles and held to
gether until thu finishing sprint when
McCunn oulgnmed Wlllloms nnd won by
a few vards. They were nearly three hun
dred yards, ahead of tho third man. The
order of finish of the first .ten:
Pos. Name, and Club. M. H.
1 Charles MoCann, Mornlnglle A. O.20 OS
2 I. .1. Williams, Mornlngslile A. C.20 0
3 I. W. Humpson, Yonkera A, A....;J ts
4 J. MrNamara, Holy Cross 21 00
( W. liurke. Union riottlemciu;....,
r, J. Mitchell, unattached
7 V Hick, Molt Haven A. ('......
P. lllgman. Ht Vincent Ferrer..
9 J. Oniera. uuattached
10 13. Ilrenneson. Mornlngslda A. C
lie Palnin'a Coiidltlon t'nrhnnsjed.
M4S.WAUKEE, Oct, 6. The condition of
Jlalph De Palmn. Injured yesterday at the
finish of tha (Jrand Prix race, shows no
change to-day and none Is expected before
to-morrow. The physlcinns Issued a state
ment snvlnc that Do Palma sustntned a
compound frnctuni of the leg and an
abdominal puncture, iney nun xnai un-
laua lnfAilnn .nil In the ontlent will re
I stn....,t,lla hn lu not helnir nllnw.rl
I pc-ivP nv callers,
,0 Jf,. . .in.rt ..t.m..
! torilRltt outlining the accident, saying it
"'impossible for him to have allowed
p' ,m )() ,, Mm , the r0ad was
,.V'o narrow inni oniy ono cr uoum nam
the road at a time.
To Host for World's Title,
I.onpon, Oct. , -Besides the sculling
championship of the world a challenge
cup and IB, 000 In cash will be at stake
when Ernest Barry, the title holder, of
London, and Edward Hanlan Human of
Toronto compete on the Thames on Octo
ber 14. Bach of the men has deposited
1,2S0 as a forfeit.
At Suburban Oral.
SuburBUil 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0- J i
Brooklyn ,.0 0 I 0 0 1 1,1 1 11 f
"Batteries Tobta and aoUHdiri Rttoku tud
Buck and Erwla. -y r - ..
1913 Models arc Ready
Maxwell is the American
Touring Champion Win
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Maxwell holds world'
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Maxwells last longest,
proved by registration sta
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Maxwell is a Champion.
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IT Is cheaper to rent than to own an automobile.
We make a specialty of renting cars by tho month.
Our seven passenger Packard cars, touring or
limousine, equal tne finest private equipment.
Kespnnslble and reliable service guaranteed.
UNIVERSAL TAXIMETER CAlf CO., 1U
East Md tit. Phone Plata 21U).
t AUTOMOBILE HETAIKINU, C.
Upholstering, Tops Sllp.cot er. Foredeorl
aai sr. auto iiepaiii to.,
si col. aai W. sad St.
booklet explains WHV
our course is best.
Inspect our plant
aan w. a4th st.
anil ne convuiccq.
winsT amr- Individual road work. Small anon
WEST SIDE classes. I ruck positions waiting.
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I'hone 70S) Columbus.
III MIKFC Bought, SoU ami Kxchanird.
WLt mHntO Tlnifq AuloTo., Win HroadwA?
Motor Co., Il'way, between 45ih u
Ulh Nts. I'hone 4040 Coliimbui
Knox Automobile company.
ItM-HMS Broadway. Phons 4JJI OOL
a Wast Hat at Pheae 41001.
Miss Thompson's L'Alsjloa Cmp.
PHlLADIlrHU. Oct. 6. The IMIllon
oup, th prlnclral prlio of tho Wert Jer
sey horsa show, which closed ytrday,
at Colllnrswood. N. J., wm won bjjMlss
Marl KmlM Thompson of New'Tork.
It took tho JuHi,nMly an hour de
olflo tho ownC whloh was for Osaies
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