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THE SUN. THURSDAY.. OCTOBER 10, 1912.
ONE HIT OFF WALSH;
GUI ENDS IN A TIE
;:-'iiiiii'lxii!'!f I'itrliiiur ill First
Till for the Cliiniffo
NOT A HASH ON IJAM.S
Lfivomlpi- Also Twirls ll T'n
ilrr ( (unlit ions Tluif Kott
ilcr Hull Wot.
Ct'lris. Oct !- The ('lib-, and White
Sox f.mcht n in nln inning tie In
their first itame fir the championship of
It was Walsh. iiE.ilnst Lavender, and
the Smith ride Mar held tlir Cubs to unci
lilt, Tim Sn Knt Iti Lavender for H totnl
of six, Inn tln.v never cut more than one
In mi liuiui:. When the ninth was over
I'ltinhi' (Vii",cli , who was working he
hind the hat. railed the contest on ne
count nf dm kites?.
It was oiii- of the most remarkable
catues over pln.ied. They luirni'd Kaao
lotie on tin- liilh Id to snt the grounds In
condition for piny. Then both Walsh and
Lavender limit the wet ball mid pitched
almost perfectly. Neither gave a base
.loo Tinker wns the only Tub to set
a lilt Hi- drove out a double In the
fourth, lie was one of the two Cubs to
roach first ba.-e Schulto reached that
stltion In mi' pernm! 'i"eiuse nf Hath's
iTirr. but v .ih linnif i'Htrly ciiucht nap
plm, m that Tinker .was the nnl man
to IC1rO .or, nil.
Tli" Sox h.ul but our rhanco to score.
In the si mid Hurtle irutitoil third with
but oii uorio, but wa causht at the
plate when .elder hit to Zimmerman. The
offlrhl attendance was 16.H12. The
weather was thri mining throughout the
Tin- rcore :
eini At.i) i.v. i,.i. nitCAoo u i..i.
an r h p a e ah r h p a e
hheckard.lt i n o j o o nath.Jb. 4 n n o 3 1
Mll'cr.rf .1 n o : a ii Uird.lf . I n t i o o
Ttnke r,s ..1 n I : 4 o Cnlllns.rf. 4 0 2 2 0 0
Zln'e'n.31) a o o n 3 o lio.lic.cf. 3 o t o 0 o
hrhullc.tf 3 ti n i n o linrton.lh : 0 Oin 0 0
.saler.tb. . 3 0 nil o 0 Zrtdrr.ih. 3 0 11 2 1 0
Hers.3h 3 0 114 1 I e.nrr,ss,.3 0 0 1 2 0
Archrr.r 3 0 0 1 4 0 Siilllnn.c. 3 0 n a o o
Lcn1rr,p 3 0 II II I O.WftMl.p. 3 0 2 0 4 0
Tolnl 2 n is, Totals 29 0 62710 t
Chlraco N o n o o n o o o o o
t'l.lraKu I. o o u o n o o o o- o
lfl on hacs Clilcaco National-. I: Chicago
An'ctlcan. a Struck nut lly tjiiender, 1: by
Walsh, i To hae hits llo'lle. Tinker. Walsh.
Sacilllrelills Iloriiin. Ilodle. I mplres l onnelly,
behind bat O'lcin, Held umpire: Illnern and
lirrnniti. mitllrld umpires. Time I hour and
CARDINALS WIN THE OPENER.
Allison nf firms n l-'orrea Winning
Hun W illi Willi. In Tenth.
Ft Uifts. (let. 0. The t'.irdlnals won
the opener of the city series from the
Browns In ten lnnlnp to-day, score 7 to 6.
Mailt Alllnn pitched, two pood InnltiKS for
the Hiowus mid then blew up, the Car
dinals tiouncliiK bin iiffcrlngH all over the
bull .ird In th hIkIiUi. when thref runs
were scored on tbrn.. bits and 11 walk and
.. . ,.. . ,. .
imshlnK the dfcldlnK tally over In the
tflith riiiind when Allison failed to locate
Ihc plate with three runners on the bases
and .luck Hllss nt bat. Harmon nnd C.vyer
orkeil on the mound for the Cardinals.
CAI1DI.NAI.S .N I.... 1
all r h n a e
an r Ii i a e
lliurln.2bl 10 2 1 0 Khntten.tf a O 2 3 0 11 I
Mnnie.lf I o I 11 0 1 William i.rf 3 o o o o 0,
L . '"'v.. " " l : "
rtllhs 11 o n 11 11 11
Totals ..3S 6iilI23l4 I
Tnlsls 31 S3 113
(01 Malm! for Himlllun In the lslb lnnn?
(M Tlslled fur I1 11 mini In the srienlti Inuinc
ci Hailed for (Icycr in Ihc nlmh Innlmr.
(rfi Tno out warn iilnnlmr run was score 1.
Cardinal-. 1 o 11 o 0 0 3 o I T
Hroiins o 11 0 1 n 1 1 n o n
Tun ba.e hll llv.ins Three base hit t:van. I
Sscrlllic litis Macce, llauser Stolen base
A 11 1 1 11 . Uiinn fumble plus Wallace nl'
Ntoiall; llausfr. HuiTJlns and Kunc . Austin,'
IToll and Simall. III! bj pitcher lly (ieer I
ii. uiianisi r iri nase on inns im iiamuion. i:
::S."'i iVr', I.. VS'TSri .,:?..-:",V.,n',1?: ,rP
ton. 2 Hits on llnriilii.n. I In five tnnlnrs.
' Harmon. 7 In evrn Iiiulii7 I.eft on bases
-browns. 12. Cardinal-. 0 I'rnnlre -Finnrran
and U'llrlcn. 'lime 2 hours and :n minutes.
Seniors SpnnU rrcslimen.
Columbia si nlors defeated the freshmen
nt, baseball .csteirliiy In the Interclnss
serhs fur the lMdle Collins medals on
South Field by the srote of 9 to s. Dark
ness inaili. It iiecrssary to call th name
at the mil nf the fifth Inning.
k h n
Senior. . . I 1 0 i 4--1 7 2
Freshmen . . j 0 3 1 S s
Hellenes 1 ir.re ilreinrh and Mnlo.
Olrrender sh'a .1.1. 1 (lraukltn Fiuplre
YACHTSMEN TO TAKEWESTLAWN
I lull Members
to lllsriiNH St.liiiiir Tti-nlKlit.
A special m etuiK has Un called fur
thl'i eenliiK of residents of lleiisonhilist.
Hath He ich, In consider the plan of th"
Heiisolihiilt Yacht Club to tnke 01 er nnd
inn Wrsthiwn. the home of the National
Yacht Club, v'iilch died ,1 natural death
lifter Wllil.. 111 It llcirst became Its com
modore. Tlie plan is to tun the I til all
the e.ie 1'iriind as 11 combined country
nnd .acliiliik' 01 gniii'.'..it!u
ComiDi'ilnie (lion,'" It. I.e K.iuvaije of
the HiiiMinhiii st Yacht Club, who has been
workliic h.ild to make the club a success
In lis iiiw iiiKlr-rtakiticr. will explain the
plan lie will i how how the IlenionhurNt
Yacht Club, an iiffiliout of the Urokln
Yacht Club, laiei tlie National Club, has
1:11m 11 to lie tin- must progressive on
UnntK hil H.i. The present home of the
Hensiiiiluirsl Club Is too small and West
law 11 will be nil Ideal dnc for the club.
V.'ttb too iiieinliei'S it will be possible to
tnke imr the proiiil and maintain It
is till lll.ll of Hie members of thn old
National club will Join the Hensonhurst
Club If the fchi tnii goes thtotigh.
Minn for lllcclilc 11l11s 1 11 I'liliirr.
Fleven iliffeient makes of electric auto
mobile. of the pleasure and commercial
ISI'OJ .ire IiiIiik shonii at ihe firnnd Cen
tral I'.il.ice. 'Ihc 1 us form a prominent
pari of the Kin Hie Imposition, which
opened stcid.o for a period of ten days.
The liitesl mndils of the following makers
life on Mow : Aiideisnn F.lectilc Car Com
P'lliy, H.ikei Motor Vehicle Company, S.
It. llalle Cnmpan.i, Hiirfalo Clectrlc Ve.
hlcle Compaii. Ch million l.'leclrli; Vehicle
Ciimpaii.v, Cleii'land-Callou Company, Oen
1 ril Mi'lore Trii' k Company. Oeneral Ve.
li'ile Coiiipan: . the liii"deii Conipany,
tittnleh iker Auloinnblli' Conipany Hnd
Ward Motoi Vuhicln Company.
Closing: limns ni s. Mrhnlna.
A spei ml cud Is to Pe put 011 for the
I'lming of tin. boxing season of the St.
Nicholas A. ('.. whli li will take pUm to
ipnijow night in tho ilnlt nt HUty-slxth
tlnet and Columbus avenue. Thete will
i. fun 1 round exhibitions singed by the
McMnhon broihcis to wind up their sue
1 ""f ill -ensiin. I,ci Cioss will face
.I'.rk llrltton of Chicago In the windiip,
. id Phil Cioss will box Willie Heecher,
while Tomrns llouclt will meet Young
"nsnri johun Inindee, who will make
r ist nppeanuu-c ill the Uast, will meet
1 I -Moore.
ivoaey.io 1 -jin 1 0 rrau.iii . 3 1 11 1 1 o 1 t, nt uleersl 1
Kalls.rt 5 3 II 2 I 0 SHivall.lb.. I 2 2I2 1 0 ! ilrai-e ih m (Mebeilili 5
ll.m-.cr.-s. I 0 0 I I 1 Wallaces. 4 13 12 0 Helen suits fa m (Durteei "
Oakes.cf I n o 1 11 (I Xustln.31). 40034 I Time "or. "-ori -oii'" "
Hresh'n.c I o 11 A 3 o Alr.vamler.cl on I 00 .oj ria.,. I'a'clnii i'u'rj. Yl onV
Wlnco.c. 3 n I 101 stepliena.es 1 u 3 2 0 FloUer IMreci. b m , l.y Direcl Stir
Harmon. p 100120 Hanilllon.p.2 n I 0 I 0 (Whliei uirect f-lar
cH'i: n I !! !: !! V .1 0i,i!:,?r., 1 n ! V 1 H xi? '"; r- '- " ' HeiiWciii : :::::: I
MRS, BARGER WALLACH'S FINAL. I
Miss Winner Itrntrn In Clour Mnlrh
nt llninllton tlranar.
In the one day Invitation tennis linini.t
meiit held under the auspices of llnmlltim
Ur.lll'Je T C Jeslenl.iy ,Mt, H.IIHel' Will
lacli srorisl n iiotHble victor) 111 the final
over Mls .Marie Wagner, the tiH tlo-.il In -
door ihntnplon The aiutch wns haul
foililllt, but III the end the caieful pi if I
lug of Mis, Hunter Wallillil pievalled 1
iiuallist the swift. driving turtles of Mlssj
Winner. The second set tvctit III faur
of Ml Wagner, but In the final Mr.
Harger Wallach covered th court su
well that she won, at K I, I 6, fi 3.
The summaries :
lirst Knutid Miss Funny Klh defeated
Ml IMIlh llaKIt by ilefailll. !! Itnlileti
lefeale.t M Alice Fluh. ( . J li. S-I,
Mlfs Marie VKnr itefeate.1 Mra. Hubert
IVipe, R.-t. ft 0; Mrs Percy Wllhourn ile
fealeil Ml tin Klil ny oefault. Mr. '
N. llenril ilefenteil Mljn O. Kails by .tefjult
Mrs, narxer Wallach defealeit Mlu KlUn
belli Ilunce, 0. 3.
ffecenil ttaiinit Mies Kanny Fteli defeated
Ml llelilen. I. I- I; MlM Wanner de
feated Mrs. 1 lie Orrsdorff, s I. S; Ml"
OertniJe tvila Terr defeated Mr. F.
Hchmllr. I. li Mrt. C. If. Porter de
feated MIm A. Hamilton by defaull. Mrs. R.
Mills defeated Mies II. Hamilton br defaull:
Mrs. lrme defeated Mls rnnnlnaliani by
defaull Mrs Wllhourn deratrd Miss M.
ilamiitnn. 0, a
Thlr.i lloTin.l MIm Wainrr .lereale.t mi.s!"Im,Ii IiiiiIiik. The one I tin scored In tho
Kisn. r. -31 Ms llrlU Torre ilereale.t
Mrs Verier. - S, 4, Mrs. (troves defeated
Mrs. Mills, en, r.i , Mrs. lUrrer Walloeh
lefeated Mrs Wllhourn. fi- n. 11.
Seml-dnal Hound Mls Wanner defeated
Mlrs Dlla Torre, ;-, S; Mrs. Ilarner
Wallach defeated Mrs. Wllbourn, ?, 6!.
Final ltoundMrs. HarRr Wallach de
feaie.l Mls Wanner, s 4, 4 . S.
Cnntol.uion Slnnlrs Mrs C. N. Heard ie.
feated Miss Klltabeth Hume. 4, 4.
ED 6EERS SCORES FOURTH
WIN FOR WALNUT HALL COP
Hnrd Pressed liy Drive Hnlle He
Drives Dnrneli Mediutn
I.Extsv.TON, Ky. Ort. ?. -A fairly Rnd
sl2ed crowd wns present nt the Kentucky
trotting horse breeders track this nftei
noon to witness the sport of the second
day of their nnnu.il fall meeting;. The
Walnut Hall Cup wns A hotly contested
event, taking four heats to decide, but
In several case.s the finishes were so close
that the result wns In doubt until the
official announcement had been made,
Dorsch Medium, driven by the veternn
driver, ljd (Jeers, was returned the win
ner, but Pave Halle nave him n hard
race, finishing 1, 2, 3, 3, In a close drive.
This Is the fourth time that Mr.'Oeers
has won the Walnut Hall trophy.
The two-year-old Kentucky Futurltv
wns won by Iird Allen, a son of Trt
Kintle nnd Miss Fanny Summers. Iord
Allen Is a full brother to Alrdale. the
world's champion trottlns yearling, with
a record of 2 15.
Walnut Hall Cup for 2 IS Cla". Trotter
Iorch Medium, hlk. m., bv Red
Medium (G-rsl '. ; t 1 t
Dave Halle, b. a., by Peter the
ltuth McflreEor, ch. m. (McDon
Hon ZolocV. h. it iilsrrleon)
Arona McKlnney, lilk. ni. (Com
1'eier Hoy. I. s (Wllllsi
lit homore. bill iKerri
Alia I'l.nst. b m I llemuevl . .
Tlme3 OJlj. ::0?. 210'H. 2:05.
Kentucky Futurity. for Two-year-old
i roiirrs value, iit.noa
I ''".V' A'1'". r- V. Trenanlle Miss
: ranny summers iMciionald) 1
sweet AlKe. b. f. (llenont. . . :
Hon Chrnault. ch. c. iSilnson) 5
: '?"r'1 ""'"ill. b. c i.Macyi s
1 .V'rrT u"rh7; hb ,w't) J
j l.oree Toddltigton. b f' (Mlihlietoni C a
1 31 ni,ou:in. 11
I Andrensl .
r ' Time-:":!. 'sr't:v..
- nr. fi.. .....1 . 4.. -aa
Ml.s Krle. I.
1 . t 1 .. l
)rt,.r Clnlle, b- m by Treaanlle'
.snn. 0. 11. uy HI va enl V n-
1 urlih i-1
i.-iiiniiiun. rn. a 1111M11-1
Nelly Tempi", b m iTIIeri . ..
K.lw.ird H b. s. (Siokem
Hi'er II. h s 1 Kruehauf 1
Kins Daphne hlk . iValenitnel .
Time 2:051, 2 0',. 2 04",.
GOLF LINKS FOR ATHLETES.
I'lnii fur Alllllnllon nf Vrn orl.
. C mill Mirnnny ("Inli.
After trxlnst all summer to atfllUte with
a olf clul, so that Us members may have
"'lK' "n KMr" 1 "Play the ifamo the 1
I .New York A. I
is in a position to make
1 nn nlll.in.-n i 1
, 1B rnulu.,, au,.anta ,rfne members
of each urRtinlz.itlan. The plan Is to have
ill the EOlfers of the New York A. (
Join the Hluano) club without nnvlnir Ih..
uual Inltlntion fee. Although the snhlen
has nut been nfflrlally brought befole the
, t;overnor of the Siwanov club It Is known
that several of the officers are In favor of
admitting a kioiip of New York A. C
memb"-r In n body
It Is tlgiin d that the large number of In
coming member would help the siwano
to add .mother nlnn hoes to their present
sporty course. In this eient the Slwanoy
club would hae. It Is said, the sportiest
course within ino miles of New York. The
club owns plenty of territory and only
Iifeds n stimulus to Its treaiirj to deeIop
Ihe adilitloiial nine holes.
The links of the Siwnnoy club at Mount
Veinon Is within easv reach of Truer.
Island, and the golfers of the Winged Foot
(.rcanls.it Ion are so Impressed with the
advantaites to be derived from the afrtll
atlon that they have asked members to (111
out a blank certifying their Intention to
Join the club If suitable arraiigeuifius are
made It is hoped tn arrange the details
of associate membership before the season
opens next spring. Among those who have
expreshed themselves In favor of the plan
are Hittry I.. Hiown, l.oul Sturcks and K.
TRACK AND FIELD NOTES.
ft Is Intended to hold the Indoor rham
pl'.nshlps nf the Amateur Athletic Unln In
a stale armory this year Instead of In Mad
ison souaie fiar.len The championship
committee will announce ihe time and place
days"" m"1 "" of nti In a few
The Metropolitan Association w follow
the erimple of tile A A I' and hold Its
junior cross. isiuntry championship over the
nn Cortlandt Park course .lames 1;
Sulllian traterday appointed Andrew K
lully chairman of the tommliiee for Ihe
Word has been revived from A II, Pojile.
the champion professional sprlnier. that ne
will Im unable to Mill this rounlrv for the
proposed series of races this full Ho la
booked to run a serlea or raie, m, .i.i
Walker In Australia, bui n)H that If ir"
rangsmonls ran be made he win rom in
America soon after the nrst of the year.
F.nlrle. are coming In so fast for the ..vrn
tnlle walking championship to hi. h,i, nn
October 2i; that II Is eepeeted that fifty
hee and toe unlets will fnic Hi., starter.
Simon mill) ha turned In 111. police unl
form and ieserday Invested In a dress suit
for use 1111 board ship. He sails to. day for
Spain to embark In his new business of con
strurtlng engineer. '
arpiw.nn, Ille Kill all snrlnKr whr.
made 1 be best showing for his lounlry m
ne inyinpic games, is reported 10 ban.
broken the world's record for 30u nrda In
11.1 NI l...... 1
Si! m 1 :'r,con,,l',''"h,, "rlbera In the new plan' m'e Her
Is which was the record' "ert I., lintt, Thomas Hitchcock, Kenneth
uieianii 1111 n trass coi
against the 20 svronds
here and In Knglaml
Mrs. Hnrlinv l.otv Scorer.
Wii.m inotoN, Del., Oct. fi,Mrs, Hons Id
II. Harlow, Merlon Cricket club, Phlla
delphla, was low scorer to-day In the
III st round of the tomimment at the
Wilmington Country Club for the Mary
Th.ter Farntim memorial cup. llor total
was !2. She Is holder of th.. trophy
and was the onl player to-day who ne.
collated the course In ltt than tun
strokes, Mrs Milton Hcrold. Phllmont,
was second with 101, and Mrs. Caleb F.
Fox. Huntingdon Valley, third, with 10:.
ATHLETICS TAKE LEAD
, ., . . ..
IIOIK'K AllMNS (III IV I lllTM' Sfllt-
tt'it'tl Hits to National
I'OI'NI) CHALMKKS IN NINTH
Ainorirnj) Lenuprs Alert in tlm
Field Nip Attempted Itnllv
in the Hnd.
Pliii.Aiir.l.PHtA. Oct. 3. The" Athletics
won to-da' Katiie from the Phillies by
the seme of 4 to 0. and the series nnw
stands; 2 to I lu favor of the American
l.caKiicrs. Yoiiiik llnueh let the N'ntlonals
down with three scattered hits, while
OeorKo Chalmers was hit hard In thn
thlf.l I, ...It..- ...... .1.... .. ....
...i.i.. ntti. lllil' III H IIHIIIHI- nV 70
Ian. ChalmeiH also helped the Athletics
to a run with n wild throw. So It wna
very much of mm American I.eaKiie
daj. The crowd waited on the Krounds
to heal the Mn.il returns of the worlds
Two double plajs by the Athletics and
a Rieat stop of h bounder by Collins
stopped the Phillies lust when It looked
ns If they would net Koine. In the
third Innlnc. with one down, Houck sin-
Kieo to centre. Kiblle Murphy filed nut.
OldrinK Imimdrd to Polan, who fumbled
the ball, and Collins rapped to rlcht.
which scored ITotiek. Collins tried tn reach
second, but wai cautht on Miller's throw
to Dolan and the tatter's leturn to Walsh.
H. Murph started the ninth with n sin
r'e and was sncrl.'lced to heivnd by I il lrlim.
i oiiins crackeii out n bine hit to centre,
ti-lilrtl. .........l St. ........ ii .... ... !
ol.l ..11 t j.,.. , . , , ,
r-holn ,ll hie. serine Collins.
i halmers took the throwln ami In trylnc
" .... ., -iui . .. ..i in i.iu . iiakcr nil iiih nuni
tn eet Haker at second threw the nail
to centre field nnd allowed (laker to score.
1 he score!
ATHI.KTICS. i PHIL1.IKS,
. ah r h p a e ab r h p a e
I..M phv.rf..4 1 t o o 0 Pnskrrl.cf 3 o n 2 0 n
Dlilrlnir.lf 3 o (i 2 n o Dolan.sb. 4 o n 2 2 I
riillln..h l I 2 I !. o Macee.lt. I o I a n o
ll'tkrr.sii. I I 2 n n n Mlller.rf 3 (i n 1 to
M Innts.lb I u ni: n u t.uderns.ttc o I 4 I o
Strunk.cf 2 o o 4 n o Uasn.2b.. 2 0 12 3 0
llarry.ss 2nun.s.n Doolan.hs, 3 0 0 2 1 1
l.iI'P.r. 0 0 0 5 1 (i Klliirer.c 3 11 n 4 I 11
Honck.p 1 1 1 0 4 0 Chsln-ers.p? 0 0 0 0 I
. . Krvatn. looooo
Totals... ;5 1 2;n 0, - -
Totals.. 21 n 321 10 3
(01 llatted for Chalmers In the ninth Innln.
Athletics. nnionoo3 4
rhlilles.. 00000000 0-0
...Two bae hit Maker. Jiairinrc hits- Harry.
Walsh, (ildrlns. Stolen bates Collins. HaVer.
l-ft on bates Athletics. .: I'lillllrs. 2. struck
out-lly Houck. 5: by Chalmers, 2. tloublr plays
- 'larri'. Cclllns and Mcinnls; Collins and Mc
Innls Ursl bne on liali" off ltiiuck.2; otr Chal
tuers. 3. empires Hart and Johnstone. Time
1 hour anil 30 minutes.
AUTO INVADES SPEEDWAY.
Dnshrs Into Sncreil I'rrrlnrt When
Hnclnpf Is nt Its Height.
If the owner of motor enr 35SO wants
to start something, let him call on any
one nf the Judges who presided nt the
Head Drlveis matinee at Speedway Park
yesteidny iifternoon. He will find them
In 110 Rentle mood, for the sacred pre
cincts were Invaded Just ns the raclnc
was nt Its helnht. The man who piloted
the car acted as thouith he had a right
to be there nnd drove through st top
4 spern, nut 11 me mounted policemen
knew of his Identity the spectators nnd
jjufflri'i did not. and to them the pioneer
8 j looked like the forerunner of an nrtnv
conn- to take the coveted drive hv foreo
Hesldes the excitement caused by the
Invasion of the hostile party there wns
plenty to Interest the spectators In the
shape of dead heats and hnlrbreadtli
1 riiu summaries :
Colt 1 lass
Tlllli. cli. in (C. Morrani
negent's (!hos! ih. h, iw Munaenl
Clad l.,idy. I. m (.1 Kiihlmani .. .
Ha worth, blk. k. W ci'Nelli
Time 1 2:, l 21.
ces t). paring:
Uriah! lilrect. br. g K Hlntatschi .
Illram Ablrf. b. e. in. ciarki . .
Mark Franklin, b. g. ill Smith! ..
1 onnlston. br k Hi Stambergen
I.arhara Wltlierspoon, I. 111. ( M. Aron
Midnight Direct, br in (W O'Nuii".
Tlini ld. I. lot,
("less A. Ironlnc
Startle, b. g. ii; Shoeniakeri 4
OaklHhd Hoy. I. g. id c.in'slln 1 . . . 1
tie win, I. g, 1 1: 11,1.. 1 . . . . :
J i. in 1 H 1'l.irkel .... 3
nun 1 :07!i. l.o;i,.
class H. IIuii.iik
Utile Klla A. blk m. (.1. l.ennoni 1
Trlnhi miner, b
2 1 2
iT-nuise, oik g 11: 11 I!n:elil . 3 ; 1
Time--i:osn, 1101,. t : to 'x. I:i;i
iac A. jiac'ng
Dlik Mss.m, blk g ill liarliet... 2 1 t
clover Patch br ni i.l Hunt! 1 -
lieorge I'atcheu oh cr Harperi 3 3 s
T.mi 1 ni,. 1 03, 1:05.
lass (. trolling.
The Trip. b. s 1 1. Sml li 1 ..01
Hilly Ilarlou. oh. g ni (Silmorei 0 3
I'rtnceps Alevnnrr ih rn. iW Hal, lull 1 r
Time--! 13 ,, 1 t,
( i- i: panns
Hiwne, blk g. IC Vlnrenti I 1
The ltube. br g (.1 Shannon). . . . 2 "
I.ady l.orie. u ni. 1 W Donnellyi ,t 4
Helen Ford, ch m ((I Knaus) .... 1 3
Harnn Dell, b g ia Mull.nly) ; ;
Time 1 12. l;lf.
( lass 11, pailng
Dick Welch, ro s l.l lv.nn.ih-l
Mastr McKrrron. h. g 11; l.u plate) 1
11 imunio, 11. g 111 Menu-) . .. ; y
Korreit Shape, b g 1 w. Urban 1... 4 4
Time 1 OS, 1 On V l:0"i.
Class C pacing.
Alphnnsa i b g i.l chalmowltzi 1
I'ub.in. I., g, ((i. Smilaker
Kmllj de Foiest. li m iW Halslrd) I
Watchmil. h g . Dr Jonei 3
He.) and Hlue. b g (Dr. Mehlerj 4
'firm 1 y., 1 07
class Ii, trotting-
Illnilell, I., f (! Webberi
Tommy Atkins, b. g u lllauksi .
The Porter, b g. ill. Clark 1
Kurelalnr. b. t. ill Iteherl
lliiuulta MrKtnney. I. g. iw Scntn
Tommy Ilaron. h. g u: Carpenien
Time 1 14. I 14 I 14 1,
PIPING ROCK'S NEW PLAN.
VenrlliiK II ought hy Subscription to
Furnish (iood HaclnK.
The Piping Hock Club has come forward
with unother plan for the revival of rating
us a result of the success of the subscrip
tion pony raie scheme thnt has turned out
such a success. At a dinner at the club
house last Monday night Thomas Hitch
cock proposed that the subscription plan
should be applied to the purchnsn nf year
ling thoroughbreds to be trained and raced
at Piping Hock.
His proposal was that twenty gentlemen
should KUbsctlbe 11,01 ach to n fund, ap-
proxlmui'l.v half of which should be used
In tho purchase of twenty ; curling thor
oughbreds, the balance of the fund to con
stltutn n purse for which the colts would
be 1 need at Piping Hock as two-year-olds
nnd again ns three. .enr-olds, the colts to
be purchased by a commllte and dlstrlh
uted mining tho subscribers by lot.
Twenty-four of the Kentlemcn present at
once became subscribers, and the Indica
tions ate that at least thirty subscriptions
will be received. Tho plan wns entrusted
to a committee consisting of Thomas
Hitchcock, Joseph K. Davis and Paul D.
It Is expected that the lacing thus af
forded will scive na a nucleus for H gient
dnill flf rili'lli? ut llli.li.rr 11. uU An.,...u
H. Schley, Walter T. Hnsem Mortimer I..
Schlff, F. Ambrose Clnike, II F Whltne.i,
W II, Cocks, Hnymond (I, Smith, Jay F.
CailNle, two. Anton O, Hodcnpyl. Paul P.
Cravath, Frank It, Hitchcock. Frederick
Johnson, C. (1. K. Killings, Allan Pinker
ton 1 W. It. Grace, three.; ihe Hon, John J.
(Irahnm. John T Piatt and Hnrvcy I.a
dew. All the arrangements of the first day's
raclnic at Piping nock next Saturday are.
complete, On each tatin day special
trains will run from New York and Brook
lyn to Locust Valley, the station for rip
CAMP IN YALE SCRIMMAGE.
Hi nil a Kffeeta of llllleas, liul Makes
New. IfAMt.v, ronii., ct. f, Wnlter
t'Hinp, ,Ir wna In the validly scrlmni.iK.
for the tlist time this jour this nflei
liuoii. I.eftv KIviiii. wliu Iiiih been iibivbiL'
the I esulnr fullh-ick position for iilmilt ten
days, whs not .it the Held because of
riitHtlon.s, and ( limp took his place. ',nni
Is not yet up to his. last year stiindiiid 1
iitiil sliows the rrfects of his recent Hi
nts. As It was he iniide one of th
touchdoiuis. i'hih. SpaldliiK. who was in
the name for the first time In n week,
tore off n couido of line tdlinees which
Mnrkle dupllcatnl, nnd then after n couple
.1 i. .1... t 1.. I
... piiiii l RHINl iiiiiiiikh ill IH IIIIIOII
Riintds Ciimp took the ball over the line
for n touchdown,
Camp tetlrrd from the came soon af
terward, ns did Sp.ildliiK and Mailde, and
a new strlni; of buka went In, Heckert
for Markle, Cnstles for Snaldlnn and
! Welsor for ("amp. The new backs main
no speciuciiiar plays, nut ny steady ru.sn
InK broiiKht the bull to the ten yard line.
From there Castles went strnlKht tlirounli
centre mid oer the line.
The varsity used three quarterbacks
durlns the afternoon. Cornish started,
Cornell followed nnd Iiftus finished the
scrlmmaue, lie made the final touch
down, which wan on an end run from
the IS ynrd line.
Holder of Mnny World's Hec,
ords Wns Serving Term in
Tnited States Army.
Jpe'i'if t'nhU fifpntch In Tnr Scv
Manh,j, Oct. in. Thomas Conneff.
. i . ... . l t. . i.
I ii" nis OHrKl'Hlll 111 llir r-willll i .i
,Bll. ,, ft)1.R10rlv ,. wnrld r(.r(1rd mp
M,m,..r r,i .ia i n.. t.i
runner, was found dead In the I'iisIk
Hlvcr to-day. There were no slftns of vio
lence. The police nte InvestlRatlnR tile
Tommy Conneff was the first Irish long
distance runner to spring Into International
fam". Ho win about 44 years old and
nt the time of bis death held the woild's
record for three-quarters of n tulle of 3
minutes 2 4-5 seconds, which Is consid
ered the most remarkable distance per
formance ever made, t'ntll John Paul
.lones broke the tulle record by a fifth of
a second at the Intercollegiate games In
1911 Conneff held the world's amateur
figures for a mile of i minutes 15 3-5
seconds. He slo Is credited In the rec
ord books to-ijay with the records for a
mile nnd n riuarter nnd n mile nnd a
half, nnd his time for three miles nnd
a half has only rrcently been beaten by
the new Finnish wonder, Hannes Koleh
inalnen, Conneff first sunned IiIr qunllty when
he went to the HnKllsh championship
meeting In 1RST. and although beaten by
F J. K, Cross In the half mile and the
mile exhibited such 11 turn of speed that
he was recognlied n. a ilnngernus com
petitor therenfter. On August 10 of the
same year he defeated K. C. Carter, the
then champion of I'nglaml and Amerlct,
In a four mile match tace nt Hall's
llrldge, Dublin. Conneff ran the distance
In in minutes 41 2-6 seconds, which was
at that time, a record for a grass truck.
Theie were 20.000 persons to see this
race, nnd Conniff received by cable nn
Invitation to come to America and Join
th old Manhattan Athletic Club. He
came to this country early In 1SSS and
Immediately began n series of successes
that kept his name prominently before the
public until 1Mi5
Conneff wus a member of the team that
defeated the London Athletic Club In tho
International games of 1S!5, nnd won the
one mile and the thiee mile race. It was
In that jenr that he showed his best form,
making the three-quarter mllo nnd one
mile records In ..peclnl races nt Travers
Island. That was his Inst year as an
amateur. He turned professional nnd ran
a series of races with F. 73. Hacon, the
Kngllsh champion. Conneff was not In
form, nnd after tettnnlng'to this eountiy
Joined the I'nlted Slates Army. About six
months ago Conneff, whrse term of enlist
ment had expired, came to New York with
the Idea of sailing home to Ireland. At
the lant minute be changed his mind and
reenllsted In the ntm for another term.
Conneff was one of tlie most popular men
that ever wore the Cherry Diamond nnd a
thoiough sportsman In every respect.
HOBBS SHINES FOR ARMY.
Snullifiiot lilrkrr One nf thr Heat
Hacks liver nl West I'nlul.
Wr.sT Point. X Y, Oct. '. The Army
team hail Its first scrimmage this after-
.noon since the Stevens game last Saturday
TIim tn.ii with drilled In uo.il ktcklnz and
the mils were conchid In getting down
under punts, Hnbbs and 1'rlchard doing
the kicking. The foimer Is n southfoot
ltlckei and gel. hla punts off fnsl and
for long distances. liohbs also shone
brilliantly lu the back field and made
several tine runs for long gains. He is
without doubt one of the best hacks the
Army team has had In ers.
Prlchard seems a fixture at quarter and
his handling of punts and running them
back In a broken field was one of the
features of to-day's pr.uetlce. Markoe
was lu nt end In (Jlllesplc's place nnd
played a hard and fast came. Lyman also
played In 1 luge's plate on the other end
and did well. Capt. Devore only played
In part of the scrimmage. Five touch
downs were scored by the regulars.
HrnvTii Mm show Snnii.
Pno inr.NCB, II. I.. Oct. 9 Hard stiff
drill was the order for the Hrown foot
ball squad this nftei noon, finishing with
a half hour's scrimmage. The squad went
through the nfternoon with snap in every
department. Tho coaches went hack to
the old lineup tills afternoon, Ashhaugh
and I.iingdon playing the wings. Knits
and Kulp at the tackles, Goldberg and
Gottsteln at guards and Mitchell at cen
tre. Hehtnd the line Tenney played left
half, Crnwther quarter and Hean right
half. Instead of Casey. This lineup looks
like the alignment for the Wesleyan game.
Coach McKay had a host of men out for
the second team.
Williams llrnily for llnrvnrd.
V 1 1 . 1. 1 a M s to vv v , Mass., Oct. 9. The
Williams varsity had a short scrimmage
this afternoon In which lwis, the fast
quarterback of last year's tenm, who has
returned to the game, made a brilliant run
nf nearly Ihe length of the field for a
touchdown To-morrow will be the last
practice before the Harvard game Satur
day at Cambridge, as the Williams team
will leave hole Friday
Injured Wnrrlnra at Lafayette.
Kabton, Pa., Oct, 9. There was a long
scrimmage nt Lafayette this afternoon
and the varsity did fairly well. Gross,
Hcheerer, Diamond and Moore were back
of the r... Moore was hurt and Pitcher,
a new man, who took his place, proved j
.l 1 111 in 1 ns- rif .i m,- ,m.-,ii, .inrii.
are now on the Injured Hat, noun seri
ously hurt, however.
Renowned on land and sea
CANTRILL COCHMANK It.
DUBLIN 4 BELFAST
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Sf'ii'l In ltviiil n
TIIKIH LINK TOWN APAKT
Forwnrd Pass Responsible for
Two Toiielidowns ("apt.
Pnii.anr.mitA, net, 9. Although Penn
aylvnnla got away to another ImpressHe
victory In downing the little t'rslnus
eleven by the score of 34 to 11 this nft-r-noon
on Franklin Field. Cap!. Mercer'ii
men did not have ns complete mastery
over the situation ns the scoro Indicates.
The ilsllius got busy at the verv outset
and tore the Hed and Blue line to shreds
for long nnd frequent khIiis by Kennedy,
tho former Northeast Manual plaver. ably
nbetted by Mltterllng, which placed the
ball dangerously near Pennsylvania's goul,
hut n sloppy pass by Ktlellson lost twenty
yards and ruined their chances. From
then on the Quakers played much better
football, being especially successful with
the forwnrd pass, with Minds doing the
tossing: and Jourdet on the tecelvlng end.
This combination was directly responsible
for two of Penn's touchdowns.
Capt. Mercer came Into his own yester
day with a number of brilliant end runs,
one of these being for over half the length
of Ihe field. Minds continued his n ecu rate
goal licking by making good In all his
The lineup i
Left end H.in.n
. I.efi tackle Vnli
. 1-ft guard c.ormley
... Centre Erlelcson
Hlght guard Mlnnlrh
night tarkla lilngrlch
. . Itlght end llailman
t.efl halfback Wall
Itlght halfbaik ....Mltterllng
. Kullbaik N'orU
Minds. . ..
lournnowns Jourdet, Mercer. 4, (toals
jroni touchdowns Minds. 4. Substitutes
. 1,, nmn, vraig lor Jienman. I'cden for
)ounr. Simpson for Minds. Crane, for Jour
nt"h l..'T,y -,or Crane. Chandler for Mar
shall. Minds for Slmp.on, Journeay for Tor
rey. Hellman for Mercer, Griffith for Dillon.
. harniri for Peden. For tlrslnus Weldorn
for Wall, I,.wla for Seaman. Heferee Crow .
HI. Swarthmore. t'mplre Hergen. Prince
ton, linesman Howell. Princeton. Time, of
periods i minutes.
FURBISHING FORWARD PASS.
llnrvnrd Practice Drvntrd to ThU
Kentnre llrlsk srrlmniage,
CAMtlRlOOE. Mass.. Oct. 9 llorv.nl'.
moiiiaii prucilco to-day was again held be-
ninu closed gates. The dav was .Invnted
almost entirely to work on forward passes
nun unrncc ngainst mem. Herore this
work the players had a long session nf tn.
dividual coaching. Harvard's line Is
problem that the coaches are considerably
concerned about, and the secret sessions
ore being held for this special coaching
rather than to prevent the public from
getting a line on the plays that the team
There was a very brisk scrimmage to
day between the regulars and the substi
tutes and the second team. It was.
straightaway football, but forward passes
were used constantly by order of the
coaches. The varsity scored onlv one
touchdown against the scrub team, thin on
a long and very brilliant run In of a kick
by Halfback Bradlee. Holllsler, who
ployed quarterback for the second team,
proved very good, while the several
changes made In the rush line worked out
Drlscoll was not In thr scrimmage to
day, nor was Hitchcock, the varsity tackle.
Wlthlngton was at left guard and, Douglas
I.awson. son of the man who v.ill pay any
baseball player In the world's aeries it.oon
for bp-liking a big slate suspended on a
signboard, was at left tackle In Hitch
cock's place. All of the varsity backs were
used, but the list of linemen was depleted
by the absence of Hitchcock. Trumbull,
Drlscoll nnd Cleary, and all of whom are
not In first class condition.
To-morrow Couch Haughton will take
the football men to the baseball game be
tween the Hed Sox and the Giants, but on
Friday the varsity will have a twenty
minutes scrimmage against nine members
of Hamilton Fish's 1909 team, the absent
members of this eleven being Corbett and
BRISK WORK FOR N. Y. U.
Cnllrictuna Shots- Up Wrll In Srr I ru
in rr With Sluyvraant.
The New York Fnlversity football squad
put In a hard afternoon's work on Ohio
Field )esterday and the varsity had a
long scrimmage against the Htuyveounl
High School eleven.
All the regulars were In their positions
on the varsity eleven with the exception of
Torrence. whose place was taken by Rath
baum, After a few turns up and down
the field, the varsity gaining consistently
against the scrubs, the coaches lined the
former up ugalnst the Stuyvesant team
and gave the ball to New York. The
vaislly tore through the opposing Una for
good gains and the backs showed up ex
tiemely well on end runs. The forwnrd
pass was used with deadly effect In tight
places, Dutcher starring several times In
the plays by corralling difficult puses.
Huntley, quarterback, made several beau
tlful end runs, one especially notable
going for forty yards on a wide detour
for n touchdown.
On defence the New York team showed
considerable advantage over their op
ponents. The line held like a wall and
the secondary defence was speedy In
blocking up attempted holes and In get.
ting the runner on the ends.
Coleman, the plucky little right end,
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wai not In his place lo-day nnd nls r
sltlon wan filled by Hcttcher. It Is
rumored Hint Ids parents have requested
hla withdrawal from the ntilcislty.
CORNELL WANTS KICKERS.
Ijrlcli flora H'rll mill liny Till Hnt
Ithaca. N. V.. Oct. P. Al Kliatpe l mil
Jon a hunt for punterH. place kickers mid
dtoi klckei. to strengthen Cornell's Kick
ing drpatttnrtit, the reliable Capt. Hit
lei IHng M-rtly missed. O'Connor nnd (
I Whytr. tlie principal hootets lifter Hut-,
1 . . . ... ...... ji.i 1 . .'
icr, are in pieuy nn'i pnysicai roiioiinni.
A number of promising place and ilnip
kickers r developing, (he men making
the best showing to-day being Integer. I ' i.s I v Slmwu Vn Pinumi
llees. Trainer nnd Kvilch. This wasPi"'s". ciHOH S .0 I eppei
Fyrlch's first systematic pracilc" ut tli"
business nnd he acoiilttcd himself cred
itably. On account of yesterday's Kcrliilinngo
tlie work was not quite so haul to-day.
the principal scrimmaging consisting of
n test nf ilefencp. Ciidorhili. lnsl veiir's
, , , , , ' , ,
fullback, who has been awny from the
field for SOVnl'til tvr.Uit w 1 1 1 a n liuit lot?.
donned the togs, but won't do any heiity
work et Hutler and O'Connor were
Idle nnd McCutclieon did not show up.
Williamson whs moved up to light tackle
on the atslty for a time, Wllll utis idayed
centre nnd Jlahaffey was nt left end
Darlmniith'a til en nf first.
Hanovep, N. H.. 'Jet, !'. Daiittiniith'ii
termed a ret to-day. which sonified 'a
long, hard session with Hi" bucking strap.
the grass drills nnd signal practice. Coach
Cavnnaugh went further to-dav In the de-
veioptnent of a theoretical defencn than
for i-oine time and nearly an hour was
spent In explaining nnd Illustrating
methods of meeting the forward pass.
Hector and Whitney were again on trial
as ends, hnghiiorii Is developing rapidly
and will be in form for Matin day's grime.
Alnlirrsl Crlpiilrs HneU In t.lnr.
A.MMKIIST. Mnss., Oct n Coach llobba
put the Amherst squacl through Its longest
workout of the season to-day. Forward
t Kisses nnd placement kicks from serlmmago
formation were prartlsed for a long while,
after whlcrrn short serimmnge was held, in
which the varsity failed to score. Suettea
has recovered from his illness nnd reported
for practice for the first time this season,
He replaced C. Hhumwny at left guard.
Hubbard Is nlso off the hospital list and
supplanted Cooiier In running tho team.
Carlisle Ham Fast Centre.
CAnust.B, Pa.. Oct. 9. The Carlisle In
dians nnd the Dickinson College players
combined their afternoon's practice by
scrimmaging on Indian Field for a solid
hour after each team had gone through
signals. The Red and White made a
strong defensive showing ngalnst Carlisle
and gave Coach Pnuxtls a good chance to
call attention to existing defects. Among
the Indians Centre Bergle Is proving a
wonder, frequently outdistancing tncktes
and ends and nabbing the runner.
I.rhlKh In Hour serlmntige,
South Bethlehem, Pa., Oct. 9. For
one hour Resident Conch Keady had the
Lehigh varsity scrimmaging to-night. Tin;
varsity made four touchdowns, while the
scrubs did not have a chance to score.
The varsity was minus the services of
Whitney, Vela Keady, Wylle and Bnlley.
who are on the hospital list. The efforts
to strengthen the defence which proved so
weak against Princeton are gradually
bearing fnilt. Coyne, who only came out
last week. Is doing fine work nt end.
Prospect Park Football Results.
Celtic A. C 13: Mohawk A, C, 0.
Cayuga, H. Buperba, 0.
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Seriinmiijres. Intt Scores
Twice on Freshmen.
PiiIMT.ton. N. A., Oct :. t'Vlt.m, . Ih
letup which he gave his legu,,IS le.,..
day Coach Cuiuiliighnni put his mil,
" mien 1 willing III II p t I s r nil .
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this nftei 111,011, The giitcs were ,(., !
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Thn tuiiii gn nn,. ii-vele s.lrv
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I 011 '." , "r "'I' '"N'0 lieavlest men in
""" T'e.''"1"'' ." '"' ' "aches were reiving
I . " '"rr nsn 11 no small tncasur
to boost up the right side of the line," espe .
. inn 1 11 in.. niiutK. 1 ne injury Is nn ciM
one, hnving been suntalned nilgliiHlly M
spring wldle Dunlap wns engaging In a
All of the regulars with the exception of
De Witt nnd IMdle Tiepkmnn were In th,
lineup, e.'ipt. Pendleton wns ngnln at
qtinrterhacl:. with Tubby Waller filling l-i
nt right half. n
The woik of the vanity was far fiem'
encouraging. The line showed no pepper
whatever In getting Marled 011 the shift
play and wus equally off form In defensive,
play. During the sixty minute scrimmage
the first Hiring men could Kcore but twice
both touchdowns being tho result of a se
ries of closed formations, .ending In Una
plunges nnd off tackle plays. The flm
tally was registered by Waller and th
second by Hmmoiis. who went In for Ten.
dleton nt quatter late In the afternoon.
During the latter pnrtiof the fray tha
freshmen were kept on the attack, and al
though unnbtii tn force the oval over the
goal line they kept thn varsity continu
ally on the Jump ond several times threat
ened to tally.
Ike Swurt. who has been holding down
the centre position on the second team,
was given a tryout at tackle on the ntl
slty nnd showed up to advantage.
Clinton Finds nn Opponent.
The Clinton football management has
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other unusual opportunities.
New Limousine and Landanlet Bodies
..,T,A.l.KXAt;"'' t VALUE 3
ALSO IHILIVIIKY. TOllItlNU. HUNABOITT
DKMOU.STAIILH HIMS. M10 Set
rafVALUKS A JooVl
, . TIRIX. J3. W. 10. 115.
Most extensive rsiabllshment of Its kind anrwhers.
, Vmr. Payments Arranged.
Di Irln Di evrr- department this sreek.
JAMDORF AUTOMOBILE CO.,
nSS&n W. 63d St. B'sray!
tilTlng I'p AvencT
. POPIMlAHTFORb .
A,f7rkQI,,C,t' MtB LOS8 18 YOCR GAIN.
JI.'VL ",Jew cars and tome rebuilt call
that must be sold
No Reasonable Offer Refilled.
.Also other makes
AT LOW FICiURKS.
. DON'T MISS THIS CUANC1S.
TOU CARW,lTiiAfeTC.WB,TE r
. R0!!'1 .?,"?.,y,, opportunity to be the ounsr ol
Tel. 71W4 folumbus. 19.IO BROADWAT.
HUDSON USED CARS
All styles and sties. .Several other standard
Co.. IJOO Broadway. Hadson Distributor".
L l'VK ,tw blch-rrade new automobiles
which I have contracted for. made by the OTTO
lias Knlae Works, that I will aril cheap. Tele
Ye"" L'UDNKY. Ill Liberty su New
A HQVARE DEAL.
I-el u ll '.u,rrr")r h-no sale as share.
TlMriS QUAHK AUTO CO.
J710 Ilroadway. Phone 7SM Col.
Hard Car n.nl
4 West ed Ht.. near Bway.
CHALMKHS Limousine Hill, extra new tovirlni
body: 100 others. SOT 11 CK.N'Tl'ltY. 1700 B'way
AUTOMOBILES PQR HIRE.
CVKJs--AN!i:m.i... ..u xtHIOt'S CAIU.
blriotiy up-to-date models lor
rent M.isi an hour and up;
peclal monthly rates.
..." ! cluaper to ii iiniiaii luoun an automotills.
We makeaiiieclalty of renting rarshr the month
Our seven passcntrrr Packard cars, murine er
limousine, equal tlie llnesi private equipment,
llesnonslble and reliable inl. .n?...ni
l.MVKHNAI. IA.MMI.-tl.lt Calf (O. Ill
j liast Md Ml. Phone Plata 7M.
AUIO.MOIIII.C HKI'AIKIMi, AC.
ipholsierlna. Tops A Sllp-rnsers. Poredonn
VJI HT. Al'TO KKI'Allt t
Seel I Col. .IS H, 6id SL
llti W. R4lh St.
Jiooldel explains WHY
our courtn is best.
Inspect our plant
and be convinced
MOTOR THICK INSTKl'LTION.
WEST HIDE J.iVl.J- ua Ir.ro' "irk. SrrilMion
v a. .. . sifrt'eA. nnT? t"ltlons nait.nt
Y. M. '. A. Send for Ilonklet. su 6;m Si
J'hnno 7Ui Columbus
III Ulk-rC BOUlht. SloM mA I..v...l
nm rarmtj Times 3q, Auio Co., mo Broadway.
RUICK Motorco., B'way, twtweea UtA i
UWBLIs iwmiuiim rimtajP
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