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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
fit I'ert-v 1 t Iff this afternoon In the ionise
il ii It.) nl uaine against ow iirl t nh fr
uity lliero worn ni uticii I r. fiotlni! mo
ments uIhmi (iiiiifll plnjeil the liculiitiing
of the kind of root ball that It It hnp'd the
lion loiii lilnu r'Ulmu will he able to promise
with some icgiilnrlly at some liittne dule.
Hit- of lluiiruvemi-iil appealed Irottl time In
t lino In lndl Idtinl tilnr. hut more esiiedally
In the spirit of the men Tor the list time
thin season the oli-oii shnwiil fliriis of mi
Hlilllly to think on Km fret iinil or tlio mnl.
Iiish of it fighting spirit tli.it knows how to
lome fiom hehlti'J " khould bn strlitlyt
understood Unit thojuo good 1 hitiCH m
eenetl 1 1 1 sparingly mul tlmt tlio io.ul that
still stretches out before tlio Itluirans
L,g mul hard, mul eciy step of tlm way
The little touches of spirit, tlio occasional
elms of fight mid tlio two or lliroo lnstnmc
of head work onlii not hnvo meant much in
nny football nltitHllon Hnvo lli.it which
prevail here. Hut In tho light of the hnnl,
slow work of roi onstrtu tlon from l he around
up thoro was reason for encouragement,
reason lor tho llhiicnn to liopo Ihnl the
team will ionic along n shade faster than
It ha been doing.
It I ninny a day slm e I hnvo seen n eet
of carnet, tlttittr. hard working bark
o put to it lo make iii for ragged work In
the lino When the back cr.ilttrrl, a they
did Kaln In tho strnnd half, they had in
literally carry tholr own forward with
them. 'I ho rlht side of the lino was murh
betler than tho loft, hut liAth wcro eo weak
on attack that thoy simply t'oiild not tnako
holes for the rutinrr and simply had to ho
jnnmiod Into tholr opponents by tho bark
Hold men, who ran Inwerand harder limn
the line sreined to bo ablo to charge
I'ho Cnrticll forwnrcli 1 iye.1 aw fullv
high both on nl tuck and defence and rose
In tho air a thoy i-hnrgpil Thoy simply
linn nil Int tholr opponents moil of the
time, and a tho Now Vorkor woo fairly
liony elmplv leaning ucmIihi thorn did not
sufTU i- to put t- om out of tho way
l)r H nrpo hi boon doing hi- utmost
to Instil tlio fighting -pint Into his for
wards, .ind tlio bit-K n-spmided at times
by beginning tn talk It up" und 'mill
nery hIIi to tlio forward who niado It In
tones that tarried to Iho ldo linos and luul
tho orowd In tho sain mnnd a- Iho hacks.
It was a hard diy for iho forward, for In
addition to tho boat thoy wore roundly
abused by I heir ow n barks and In tho i ruwil.
Again mul again whou mi Ithai-a buck
Iho loam, In- Iho wn, well drlvi-n by Tuber,
tin- substitute iiuattor sought a hnlo In
tiio lino bo found It choked tip by Ills own
forward'! und hid literally to fight hi
own way. On 'ho defi-nto llioro woro mo-inoi-tH
when tho rorward1. worked, but
most of tho lime notliliu; but hurp tacklmu
by Iho M-ioiidary dofome wan all that
Mved the loam
New orl; I nHorltv had very much the
upper hand 'n tin- flit litilf, hut In tho orond
i lie blit men, who wen- hardly at real foot
ball welcht, coined lo lire nnrl Iho. dofem o
Imteocl under Mm- lively niiill of Krltz,
iuinlli and (('('oin-.or, not lo mention Tabor,
w hoo iiiart run biek of a kick nml pretty
dli for n Ion ir k'aln thro'.iuh mo-t of tho
New ork team started two of tlio rallies
in her was full of lllc and ko. oven In the
frft half, when Ills men were fumbling
inMcrahlv, a tault that has stuck to the
ItliiH'iins all season I nee. In his own
Ipintnry. nln-r. .1 limit In make a lorward
I has, saw lli.it he was about to be tackled
and rminptl) throw tho ball to the ground
In limit of hint Sow nrk niiiii piiked
it up and ran mir iho goal lino, but tho ball
was, ol course, railed bucK bt i hum- the plnv
went us an i-m onipletod forward pass, with
tho result Unit labor lost only a rinwn In
Moad nl tho illstniiie it would have cost
I ui had ho been tarl.lod 1 Ilia was a
n.ianlo ol iiilcl thlnkiir.'
Having scored two loiich low us in tho
M'coml half. Cornell fougiit dosnoraiely
In pile up i no points by mollis ol, n drop
hi nun 1 1 v i.tinv ntig orw.in pass mg
l,tlto 1'iilier I too hori of stipule In get tin-
an. one over mo gn.u line in mi eiiu re.niy nnu
wailing to in.iho a lather oisy loiiclulow n,
went a h l too tar und the cluinco was lost
The kicking on Inth side- n gooil ami
the .Sew orkers h id a fair lm"! field. '1 In
line loiich liuMi was the loam's limit, how.
over lib oil's pupils had u short forward
P is -trul'ihi over tin' lino to a tall end th.it
w is a piuk r foi the Itli.iean lor some time,
but It wu.- mil a ' l,oii'-Mi liner and iln-relore
not esppciullv dangerous
Cornell u.ctl practically no advanced
plav, and Hie luiiiuiig gam owns worled for
the most part from a simple throe man
lorm.iiloii of the bicl; parallel to the lino
or s..ritnin igo. Occasionally an end ran
f I nm his position with good result, taking
the direct pass ri.iin the center. For a
long lime ilio tackling of the men down the
field was -in b Has jt used to bo in days gone
by, but the ends were never as poor as the
other forwards ami all improved lo some
evtent. Neveitlieloss the defensive backs
hnl to com not only up In the line but
ncc.winti'illv practically through to It to
B.iill tneir min so llttlo help were they ro
ii Mug i'ioiii iheii' forwards
'llioro - nine a time when Cornell was
backed up doss to its own goal lino and the
Ituiii .ins i hoso i" run Instead of kicking
in Urat dnwi iho run was a failure and
ii suited inn I'oiial'v that undo it iiocos-arv
I" dim i the ball Iroin i ."1111111 the line Vnottier
run, I lil" tune wso. i.kiIo, took tho ball
Intorulh awui Irom tli- goal posts ot
eieii l-ero when the a- tual kick came It
flit -.oil out Into the led when II should
hn.o hunted the ide linos I ortiuiate y
lor i 'oriio there w as no fair entoh I renter
attention has boon paid in this criticism
tn i oi'tion than to Now l ork I nlversity
bM aiise the cos of tho entire Inotball world
h-n been upon th- now regime hero, its
I end )r Sluirpo, and its prospects of ulti
tuato him - fr.s i nrnell showed Hashes of
i-e.u footiiHll and the- must bo sat down
t" t'.e re-lii ot tho new system, and a few
tf tlio loiiin nave -anied t ..it In tho sweat
I' their brows m-'st thoy earn vii torles In
aia to - om-
SPRITE GOES DOWN IN DEFEAT.
Tlireo-Venr-Olil Illeeds In the Slretrh
nntl l,ea liner.
Ii M.TiMnni-, Oct I; Sprite, the star of
t.n- iiiicck stable and previously conceded
t i no the best throe. year-old filly of the
yen, went down to defeat In the feature
i-vjui of l!io i iv, a dmh of n mile for throe.
yei---.'d Kro-ii n goo I broil; Sprite
i'lrne b iteiv ii'isii'm-l tin- lei-l and le. her
field at a dl'.v - lip until stralgiirenod awav
In liiiinesirenli and when npnarontlv an
easv tootling Minnor the fl'lv fulterod and
I'rogleg, i losing with a rush, soon hold r nm
in mil itid pi 'jv-'l an e is v lotor at I ho end
Worth I lieu irni up in liino to licnl Sprite n
I, use for the pi n o 1 1 w.m then seen that
li-irtlo had bli-d ludl), whlili mi doubt ac
c iii'il- I for hr drfeit
llihi Mir Mi furlnnri. tirnmor. Itn
(Mc. uncart! 11 to f, won: Carn-jsej, 107 iShu
tliUfn. 2 in I for place, enh i. rally Mirht. lu.l
(l.lltn, rn In alum, iMr 1 H'ne 11.1 1-.V
liaiis i rrk, Slir Artrrs. Chuckles, Paris Ouecu
aim In ni n l' aho ran
.se-iinn ll.ire Six fiirlont OnoU Hay, KW
iSi-nuelMu) 111 lit I urn- IcnHnm IHI il.M.ki
ft to .' for i-lare, eoni b llixreiiix, 114 (Mntwelji, I unln Sw a 1 1 hiroi o scmiifiI n llrst down
In ." In show , il-lr 1 Time i ! M Chiyrp, . on the aid III e,fiom whoie lint, deaplle
("l, ,sani .lnii'nn. limil-l- rite, llnnmnn 'his three cuiocii r'bs. n.shed mer for a
HUM 1 s .ui'l l-rl le ef 1 Ivnore alio ran. ' tin ehdnw n MeMssii l; Kicked out to deg.
rnir.l bai-e due nlle Ir"-I". 'Wi-Tae- I but laileil lo l:ik the goal,
firli. s in s, una. Uniili. lis i H vnioi , eirn fur, 'Mis llm.-ni
Itlii. run.l: hnrllr. I 111 il.l.i.sl. mil In itinn. "Ic ""
tniM "I I me- I ni-. ivn.i'uc ii. .iicnior ihriike
ununiitn l fiit'l.taii nl-u i . n
l'oiirtli liA. i . ilcil' . iihm- Hire nlerhans
About two nn. I oiicnalf mil (inn i otum, 1
iv-r I 'I on i-ern. J In I, sun, Knniiiinn Idver
1 IS IMr. II 'I anuri. 1! Ill I fur l-laio. rcntiil. Iitlr
s l-i'n I. Ill ji 1 ' .la iii'K.. om in sno-i, ihlru
llmi 7 2'i ! lll'H sin I Ice alRn ran
Hftn ilace. Ibin ilcap 'me an I onu-Utrenih
miles HcrUe. is 1 iinnniuai, u 10 J, won. Ur
lU'iincr. I'Ji I'tiiiurlb. 1 In I fur place, second,
Amelia .irni:". ton l ant-si. s in .t in i.hoM, third
Hme 1 II .'-.1 ll.ii'.illuiii. 1 HIT l!dte and Ii M
i.llli 1 no 1111
hiPi lliu'c Melllnr. fur three-) ear-olds and
upward "nr nub- and sfventy ar Is Henry
linn hlnunn, K11 I nurm, 7 in I, won: KnK'ht
link, iiij iitrn-ei , .' in I for plire. eennd; Artn
lanle, 1111 illnlfmaiii. vu 10 I Ionium . thin! 'I line
1 " Mult, fuiurliv, Ouilan, I'l-nn, 01:111, Trov
u eight, llmi, llnmile l.lntae, (io'Uui CaMlc ami
1 red .Viulliiillaml nlrn mil
Seventh Ilace One and nne-elihth miles
.- -.aln. 111 iStniitliigori. 7 to ;, won; Nuperil
linn. II" illiitwrlh, ,1 to 6 for place, second
Pounder 111 it.latsi, 1 in I tnhnw, third 'lime
I'M. Siiperlor. Manasseh, OakhurM, Wolfe rlnn,
JuhnIteadonnn.il harleal- iiracnitrralsoran.
ALL SET FOR BULLDOG SHOW.
Craaa ( oiilrnl Pnlneo ( hoaeli nnd
Hntrloa I lose Orliiher lit.
Entiles for the minimi open show of
the Hulldcic I'liili of Anieiicn will close
Monday, October 21, with II. W. Coons,
422 I-Vnlinoie ptiert, HriioklMi.
The exhibition will be 'n the .Vow
Oram! rent nil Palm-e, 111 Lexington nvo.
HUJ and Koily-Htxth hiioet, and will take
place on TiUHluy, November G,
Tho il.ixsis an- for puppies, dogs, at
to twelve lunulliH lunlco dogs, American
bred dop.s, limit dogx under und mcr
forty-live pounds, upon dogn under ami
over fotty-llve pnniiiib, und winners, imp.
tilen, bitches, noMiM bitches, Ameiliaii
bred limit and open under and uvi-i foil
pounds and wltmcia.
IMPORTANT COGS IN
Tlio vjirsitv prltr, Sllnds, ulin
on tho rlnilrr path. Mo Is one of Prnu'd
Pimtors. TliPMWhot Minim
rr i r u r n Ht,km
MA An IH VII IKr IrfllVI footlMll loam composed of some of the B H
eligible visited Iimt Orange, N J., yea
J torday afternoon nnd wore forced to the
Costly Fumble liv .lolirilct Oil limit in order to win from the high school
OpiiniKMil's (!onl liino
I'lllKPd I In font i
t HUM S IMIPIIT.
QI'AKKHS- FIXE TEAM WORK
1 nl si, Trmi-liilrtii'ii fm ihn
IjU I f. .t III I I OIK ll(lfn II 101 T no
Viftois, tint! Miirsliiill Kicks
Field (Joal for Losers.
1'ltll.t.nKl.piil , Oct 12. lb-cause otirdet
failed to old the lull m n forward pas on
"wart inore's goil lino I'enii'vlva la was
do oi cd by Sw.irthnioro yesterday by tho
s ore of lo :i llui thai does not detraei
from tho splon or of Sw.irlhmore'a victory,
for Iho Dunk oiilnhiv.-d Old Peon's
,i r.,ii,. .iJ...i . i ...
, i i "e i; 'o
scoring their touchdown thoy cariied the
ball so Minu bv a grand rushing of iho
b.illasli been scon for a long time. Their
line a( times cnmplelolv crushed (hat of
Pennsylvania .mil MoKUslcU, the sensa
tional quarter, made - me wonderfully
Swnrthinor play d with a plrlt born of
confidence and every man played for every
i.iiikoi at was In him nnd Played that way
nll tho lime. I'ennsvhanln w.i crushed
offensively and for the better part of Iho
game wan kept on Iho defensive. Swarth-
inore's loam work nn brilliant thov put
mop- di-li and what la more, more player
i into ihelr Plavs than did l'cniisvlvanl.i It
was i I j on asirmniiy tlint .Murshall was
able to gel away for n big gain And Mer
cer too made sevoial -iiilendiil run, but
these were mostly In mlddeld
When H rame lo iidvnnrlnr inside tho
wild lino r-warthnioie held lue a stone-
wnli in. nn. .n,i-,,,,r,. irH vti.rfi..
mine's goal line a forward pass by Minds
to .lourdot would have sioreil a loin hdow n
Joirdet got tho ball In his hinds and was
.,u.. I... I. ,1-. .l .K,. 1.11 l.. l -
.ii.i. 11111 in- .iii.ii-i, in.- .inn ib-iiiip no
coulil (all over the lino
When svarthniiite oionrd their attack
in tho llrst is-il'-d of tho game thov did ho
in a way that loll no doubt as to the earn-
etuc of their efiVrts I.11I?. MeKIslck
and ( lime lore thiniigh nnd dashed nrnumi
I'enn s linoinn w.i- tint v asiin eots-nerio
the ,(i if 0 s'h'i t itiir Kien I'enn 'a powerful
n-cond III e ol di loiiep was Inadeiiinite to
nun I no l nliiei van ors 10m n-n .lug ling
I --II end
I sfl llr-Me
I ep jnnril
l en 1 re
I ef. h.ilttai'k
lllvht half hack
.score .swarthniurr, n fnliervlt. of I'onns; I
vanla. J Touchdown l.ul' I. nil from Held
Marshall Substitutes I'ennnvbniila: bllllfcr for
MrCntl. MrCall lor Mlllfrr, ilrci-ae for ilrllnth.
HarrliKtnn for Craig, llellmnn for llarrlnglnn 1
Mi 1 llunorc I niihiirrn- for 1 lelaplane, Delapline
fnr 1 iiirhurrn-i llrferre full, Ilrn n I'mplre
llogi-r, Prlncetm I Inrsman Slgman, I.a 1
luM'.ie 'I In, c nr periods In mliiulei. 1
BOXING TARS BRING AUDIENCE.
Three Nn bniniiloiiablpa In
llnlnnci- nt (iniilen Tii-iiiiirroT,
With In.fino ny mure tars shouting en
oour.igcmont to their favorite boxers the
oe... nt Madison Hanaro, Garden to-morrow
night will bo the mout unusual In
years. Hilly Million, manager of the Gar
den Athletic Club, who has been working
on this naval tournament for more than a
month, a.'ijs that aside from Its being of
special Intel est to the sailors the show Mas
merit In Itself sufficient to draw a big
crowd of regular bnxlng.funs. Thn three
championship bouts will bo for ten rounds
and in each Instance tin- acknowledged
tltleholder of I'nrlo Sam's navy will bo
defending In his lespoctlvo class
Phil Hi-libisnberi! of the battleship New
Hampshire, winner of the hoavywi Ight
till- In I HO . will bo iip-o.n,i in ihai
lapldb lini-'i v-iik hi 'ii m iKm Tim
I .".an cf (bt L'uiiiv viitut
. r, f
shines as lirlclitly on the crirllrnn at
spoodlost hall carrier und alt-o one
Mm in thLs latlrrpl.aScoflilSWork(
PRINCETON SCRUBS WORK HARD.
Iniinrlnu llnaa l'ln They norely
lent Ornnice Srhonltina.
football team con-posod of some of the
rrlmoion srrub ami m-veral varlsty In
loam repioscming ino jersey iinuri py
the i lo- score of n lo .1 lliough out
weighed ton nniinds to tho man. tho nchool-
lj)h had the satisfaction of knowing that
th(,y ,hp poiip-iam from Tlgertown
work all Iho time. The l'rlmvtonlana Ig-
nored mass plays and Irbsl only to gain
TliZ "UtJ0 m" and
The Orange and Hlack renresontativea
oorrsl their touchdown on a long forward
"olind to Hammond. The high
school s. orisl Its three points on a drop kick
by Sw itor on his '.'0 yard lino.
i no lineup
Left taikle .
Might 13-klr. .
' II .smith
1 .1 .smith
Prlnreion Scrub, llast Orange H
' Tnjclulnwn Hammond, (loal from Held
,s,,trsr Hefrree heltage. Cnlmntila. Cnplre
i,arrlni. Wesleian Time of periods a mlniitej.
MORRIS MARYLAND'S STAR.
Vnrila nml llelna
IlALTtMORE, Md., Oct. IS. A big mir
prlao waa furn'ahed at the opening game
at Honiewood of the football season to-
day whrn the Maryland Agricultural Col-
lege defeated Johns llopklna by the
score of 13 to 0. The Agglea made two
touchdown, one on a alxty-flve yard run
" 'orris, meir u-ii namiacK, wno piayen
h siHr Kanie, itnii me seconu aiao ny
Morris, who shoved the ball over after It
had been place. on tho 3 yard line by
iioiincser i-rnin ii nrsi inuenaown
Morris kicked goal, nnd this gave the
Aggies 13 points It was the most they
evi r made Iii any game with Hopkins.
In faet, tho victory was the tlrat for the
Agglea In mitiy years.
1 '" -'I- -I
I -II hnirbark
t llm.liln. A
score .'lari lmd . C , IS; John Ilnnblna. 0
Touihdowna Mnrrl 2 (loils from lourhrtown
Moirl I'cferee Nellnn of (ienrtrioun
Held llneiman- Turner of Western Maryland,
hiibstlmie M A C , none. John Hopkins
Tippin for li I'ennlman, Nelson for llaBley.
'nness ior louiuuiv. 11. i'ennlman rnr nran-
The aging of a cocktail is as
necessary to perfect flavor as
the aging of wine or whisky.
The delicious flavor and aromaof
is due not alone to the precise
blending of the choicest liquors
obtainable, but to the fact that
they are softened to mellowness
by aging before bottling.
Mnhtitn, MtriM nd other
sttndtrd bltndi, bottled, ready
to serve through cracked tee.
AT ALL DEALERS
0. r. HItTBI.Ua A B0 Rale rri
Brrtftrl New Tort
. Iniinrlnu I'la-ia They Itorelr I BB k
ALBRIGHT FULL OP TRICKS.
Krnnklln nml .tlnmliull. Ilovirxer,
Win li MrnlaM Hootlmll.
I.ancahtkii, Pa., Oct. 12. Kriinklln and
Marahnll College defeated Albrlfiht col
Ioko by the "core of 13 to 7. The locala
played a RlnKorlsh Rame the Drat half,
but weakened In the second, doing all
their scorltifc In the drat. They won by
atrnlght football, being unable to colve
the vlaltnra' trick plays. Young received
n splendid forward pnaa and made a long
run for u touchflown, llcnfor Itlcklng goal,
.laeger nnd Herman acored the touch
downi for K. anil M. .and Wood kicked
goal : he mlastd the' other goal,
lrt mini Teske
.Ixft tackle ..i.Hartman
.Uftetul . . i 8yke
nTrhi halfback y. 1therpo6n
lfl halfback . Jaerar
. Fullback , . Herman
Score F. II.. II: Albrltht.' t, Touchilownn
Vfliing. Jaefr. Herman. (inl--WooU, llrnfor,
Mubatttutca-P. It U.: Jnnea fur (Hidden. Collins
far fimtih, Yonnr for llariraaa, How nail for
W)lhrpoon. nc(rre-flhw, Mead llnenman
Whetstone. tthiptrc-O'Brlen. Time ol quoriera
-10 and 8 mlnutta. '
A mountain of strength In Prim's line, .Fotinlrt , caught In the art of catch
ins a kirk, necause of his sheer power tho coaches have used him at guard
Because of his unusual speed for n big man thoy have trlet! him at end. Re-
cause of his ruKKfdnoss, coupled with
him at tarkle, and there, It seems likely, ho will stay the rest of the season
WEILMAN OF NO HIT GAME
Culls Foul Hnll Fair, Mnkinpr Tt
Only Snfety Cardinals Get
Off Brown Youth.
Cardinal , a 1
St. I.octa, Oct. 12. Th Hrowna played
championship ball to-day in the third game
of the city aeries, tho Cardinals never hav
ing a show- at any ttage of the contest, Tho
aeore waa 4 tn (1. Karl Watlman. tha tall
1 aouthpaw recruit from MayavUa, Ky
vraa diroctly reaponslble for tho first vic
tory gained by tho American Ioaguera,
the youth pitching annaatlonally, allowing
on hit, niado by Hlevo Kvans In the fifth
inning, and that hit uueationable.
Wellman'a gnat speed and sharp breaking
curves had tho National league players
giioalng all tho time, The lone. Cardinal
hit which I mplrs Klnneran gave, to Kvans
waa thought by the majority of th 6,000
spectators present and all of the National
league jniayers to nave lauueri on roui tern
, lory. The ball went up In the air when It
, left Kvans a bat and sailed to left Aeld.
When It atartad lla downw-ard Hrnn lfl.
1 Fielder llrlef waa racing as hard aa he oonld
4iu'nrrl fnul .irtt.ri will, nn . ' I . a . i r. .. t. -1 . k I
ever of making tha catch. The sphere fell
behind third base and from the stands
It appeared a If it hit tho grass on the out
side of the foul line I'mplre Flnneran,
auapended hv 1'roaMont l,yneh during the
league season, declared the drive safe.
Kvans getting credit for an undeserved
double and Weliiuan waa deprived of a
110 hit no run game.
All told only five of the Cardinals reached
flrat base, four on walka nnd Kvans on hla
nuoatlonarile hit. Kvans waa the only
Cardinal who got as far aa third base,
Whllo Wellman was holding the opposi
tion the Drowns along Hob Harmon for ton
, hits, finally forcing Hresnahan to take hla
suit ngui uajiaer out 01 wie samn ior ine
second lime In the series, ftube Meyer
was tailed in naa lellof hnrler and he set
the Itrownr down In one two three order
in the ninth inning.
1 no score
CAHDINAUS (N, I,.l.
nbr h n a e
nnowNs (A. u).
ab r h pa e
ltofan.rf.-.J n 0 1 0 n
flrlrf.ll... 4 0 1 4 0 0
1'rait.lb... 4 0 1110
Stovall.lh. 4 117 2 0
Wallace. m 4 0 0 2 4 11
Aiislln.lb., II I I 00
Ale'nd'r,eJ I 1 100
Wellman.p.S 12 3 2 0
Mator.lf 2 0 0 0 0 0
Mowrey,.1b..4 0 0 1 4 0
Knn'rhy.lh 4 0 oil in
Kinnn.rf s n 1 0 o 0
iiauvrr.s s n n 1 t n
HakeH.ef J 0 0 4 0 0
ll'snahan.c .10 0 110
Harmon, p 10 0 110,
null. 1 0 0 0 0 0
1 (leyer.p. ooooot
Totals. 37 0 1 27 IR 01
nil bailed for Harmon In Ihr eighth Inning,
Cardinal!. 0 0 0 n 0 11 0 0 0- 0
Two bao hits Alriander. Htnvall, Kvana.
.Shiittnn. lioiible play Mowrey, Muggins and
Knneichy first baao on balls oft Wellman, 4;
oft Harmon, 3. Htriiek init-lly Wellman, a; by
Harmon,!. Hlta-Off Harmon, 10 In eirht Innlnas.
I-ft on bases- llrnwua, 9: Cardlaala, 4. Umpire
In chief- rinneran. Field umpire 4)'lirien,
Time I hour and 46 mlnutea.
11 las Seymour Ilrfeata .lira. Ingralla.
Wkht Oiianob, N. J., Oct. 12, Only nno
match wan played thla afternoon In tho
Hi-nil. finals of the women's singles of tho
tennis tournament, Mlsa Seymour defeat
ing Mra. Ingalla, fi 2. 711, Mia. Ingnlla
had prevloualy won from Mrs. II, Junes
by default and Miss Seymour nnd won
'1 urn Miss I'upk.
PONY RACES EXCITING
FEATURE OF NEW MEET
Continued from Flr.it Page.
nnd Jockeys, nnd ho rncert along with
tho real. t Appteton on Playboy wan !
one oi ino lour iu einno mill wun nil
ver King, Hhenglle nnd ltopalong, Tango
nnd llnllymote discovered ihelr mistake
after galloping a quarter of a mile and
returned to wait for the elopera to re
turn. When the flag fell Alpera got Number
One oft In front, but J, K. Hhanley, Jr.'a
Chance cut him Off at. the first turn nnd
led all along thn bnckstretch with Tangn
aecon4 and Playboy and Number One In
clpaa Attendance. Coming round the turn
'for home Playboy began to make hla
run nnd, though ho went wide, led a
he stfnlghlened out for tha wire. B.
Tuck'erman was rlrtlnt Tango hard,
hut he novei1 had n chance to catch Play
hoy, who Won by two lengths. Tango
was able to hold Number One safe by
a length and a half.
Home of those named for the second
dlvlnlon'hatl n troublous time In the can
the other two qualities, they have placed
while coming from Pelmonl Park, (teorgo
Putlock's Flashlight had a car nt, and
one of the others had to be shot. The
elshtoen lined up Included Henry W,
Hull's The White Hope, who was selected
by the exports n the most likely looking
animal when the ponies were distributed
in the spring. Itantoone carried Harry
Payne Whitney's well known light blue
and brown cap and besides had the ad
vantage of James Howe'R experience In
With K. Tucker up I-'augh-A-Pallagh
went off like a quarter horse and opened
up u gap of fifteen length In the first
half mile. It looked all over but the
shouting, hut on the filial turn the field
began to close on the leader. Itantoone
waa leading the bunch, but was still
lengths behind nt the bottom of the stretch.
T. Kvans began to rldo In earnest then
nnd stride by stride he crept up until ten
yarda from the line he was on even terms
and a final swish of the whip landed th.i
Whitney horso a neck In front of Faugh-A-Pallagh.
The others were beaten off,
The White Hope finishing third, ten
lengths behind the winner.
The big steeplechase of the day waa tho
nrook Champion, for which alxteen went
to th post. Several timber toppers that
have been frequent winners on the regu
lar tracks were out for the cup and 1600
added money, but the chief Interest was
In the debut of some of the candidates for
thn Hnrlior Hill Cup, the big event for
three-yp.tr-olda that waa a fixture of Bel
mont Park One of these waa F. Amhroae
Clark's Mendnwaweet, a Yankee filly that
tho owner bought from Thomas Hitch
cock for $ll,i)no with the Idea of winning
tho llnrbor Hill. The filly had never
raced before, but had schooled well and
the race Justified the price paid.
The big fluid rushed at the llrst Jump
opposlto tho clubhouse so closely bunched
thnt no one was aurprlsed when Ouate
metzln was caught In a Jam nnd Hughes,
hla rider, thrown. Hughea hnd to be car
ried off the field, but a broken nose was his
only Injury, nuckthnrn ran out after
clearing the Jump, but the reat of the field
went on, with Meadowsweet showing the
way. Coventry fell at thn Aral Jump In
the home stretch, but there were no fur
ther accidents nnd Meadowsweet, Jumping
beautifully All the way, staved off tho
ruah of the old campaigner Hlghbrldge
nnd won by half a length.
The band played "Tho Htnr Spangled
Banner" when the six ofllrers came out to
ride for tho Army Officers' cup, Lieut.
C. K. Hockwell, who has ridden his lamp
lighter gelding Matabon to victory In
many similar events, had no difficulty In
disposing of the Held and won by five
lengths. In the hunters' race Hlchaid
.Mortimer's Tlllle 1), waa In the van nil tho
way over the special course that led the
riders out of sight of Iho spectators for a
apell. A lead of twenty lengths at one
time dwindled to the comfortable margin
of four lengths at the finish,
Among the box holders were Hobert
Racon, A. O, Hodenpyl, David C, II listed,
August Holnirnit, Walter Jennings, Mortl-nn-r
1.. Keliirr. Charles Kohler, Henry
Hngeis Wlnlhrnp, K, D. Morgan, P. W,
l.lvermoie, Adrian Iselln. Joseph II, Mayer,
llradlah Johnson, Ilradley Martin, Jr., J,
rarker Klrlln, William It, Petera, W,
Ooadley Locw, James Park, Tylor Morse.
John T Pratt. Charles U Tiffany, Uwla
A. Hlplvy. William P. Thompson, H. K.
Itothschlld, .I11I111 ti.
ignr, Albert Strauss,
Homy W Hull, ChartoH Steele. W nutlei-
Uuncan, J It C Tappan, Puul l, Crav
ath. K. M Ward K. M Cravath, IS. I'.
Whitney, Charles I.. Dana, Harry Payne
Whitney, James 1C. Davis, Mrs. It. Al
mlrull, Mrs, H. a. Gilbert, J. E. Ared,
Iffy" , Kbs
William A. Oreer. Kred Itrooka, ThoniaA
Hitchcock, James Hyrne, Joseph P. Knapfi,
llrltnn M. Itusoh. Robert H. l.Ovett. C. A.
Coffin. Stanley Mortimer. F. M. F- Culch-,
eon, Iwla Nixon, John It. uennis, jamea
11. ottley, II, P, Davison, Harry T. Peters,
William A. Mlnott, Harold 'V. Pralt,
Adolph C. Och.i, Wlnslow 8. Pierce. V. U.
Pratt, John H. Phlpps, It. Patterson,
Thomas P. Hyan, II. C. Phlppa, Ormond
O. Smith, the Hon. Townsond ftctiilder,
Kdmund Ilandolph. Van Wyck Thorne,
Wllilnm P. Hheehan, Mrs. W. K. Vander
bill. Jr.. James n. Taylor. H. W. Warner,
cut. Jr., Jameg n. Tuylor,
Thomas P. White, H. Williams, K. U Hur
rill. II. P. Whitney, Payne Whitney. M.
I). Ilamberger, rleorge A. Ellis. J. A. lilalr,
Jr., II. P. (lodfrey, Mrs. J. A. llurdoti. A.
V. Ilurchard, P. 1,. Ulne, H. H. Chilton,
Mrs. T. Hastings, C. Oliver Iselln,
Oo Purest Candee, W. B James.
Jay P. Carlisle, II. K. Knapp, W. K.
Grace, Nelson Lloyd, I,elgh Hunt, James
W. I,ane, Mrs. J. K. B. Hsdden, J. u.
Moor. Hherwood Aldrlch, Prederlck John
hup, Ilohert Kelly. Archlbnlfl Barklle. T.
I Iteming, Oenrgo Hullock, Harvey 8.
lkdeW, O. P. Maker, Jr., David II. Miller,
M. H. llurrlll. Alan I'lnKerton, w. nuriing
rock. William II. Porter, K. Ambrose
Chirk, Herbert I.. Pratt, T. n. Davis, W.
Thornton, William N. Dykman. C. W.
Wetmore, Robert 1.. oerry, i.atnrop
Hrown, Charles A. Krank, O. D Ory
Vanderbllt, James D. Ayer, W. C. Adgms,
M. 8. Allen, W. M. Itgldwln, J. A. Iiur
den. A. W. fluichard. Qeoige K. Broknw,
K. Calvin, Mrs. W. Hutier uuncan,
Charlea A. Kranke, Mrs. S. Osgood Pell,
fharlea Steele. Wlllard Rtrnlght, HoWBrd
Smith, Charles Hmlth, W. D, Thornton, k.
I.. Tinker and Howard Wllletts.
ninrk Plats, for all area: auhaerlnllon of
110 tail), MOO added; aU furtonia on tha
in 1 1
Horse and Atr. Jorkev.
t.lahl o' Mr I.lfe.8.. (I. tlurna.
Johnnv. 3.. .
John A. Munro, n
Chanlda, 4 ...
Mr. J. casey
rime. 1:12 2 5.
Won easily; UsM o' My J.lfe.
b. c., by 1'eepo' flay My (Irpa: ownei. by Fred-
erlrk Johnson; trained by J. .V
na nrrr ,
The Northwnon Plate; alesplechaae
Ihrie-year-olda; aubscrlpllnn of III)
H00 sddrd; atmul two miles!
Horse and Ate
Srrmalh. . .
J Inco. 3.
lienrgc Kno.S. ..
Weld ship. s.
lorn hlrby. S
Clan Alpine. 3,...
Tlms 111. Won drhlnt". Jlnro
eh. c. 7
SI. Mlmnnlan It. Kdna (lerry; owned by M
Cromwell; traineo. ny 11. lines.
Piping Itock Pony Hubscrlpllon; first di
vision, elimination trial; flrst four eligible
foe On. I on October II: to carry ISO pounds;
one mile on tne lias.
A. Iselln.. .. I'laiboy.
W II. Cocks Tano. .
Mrs. Carlisle. ...Number One
Mr. F. Alp'r
Mr a. 11. 1 Irli-
J.s'hanley. Jr Chance. .
J.J.tirahain. Pimento ,.
11. Martin. Jr Shenslee...
3. 11. Km... (Ireas-ill.lrhl'EMr.J.H.t'cll
II. S. Ladew.,l.nng Khni Mr.H. Laden-.
M. Wlllets jsI.ltlleJack
A. iMlmont, Jr.ldi Men..
M. I.. Mehlft. Cheyenne.
II. Phlpps,... Honalonx
II. W. amer .(UdMoose. ,
tt.N'.ltusrh lrenr. .
Mr. K.lielmoDl II
Mr II. Pratt.. 11
Mr. H.Lee... IS
Mr.H. Phlpps. 14
J.ft.Tnwnsend OiirtlnlvChan'eKfr.llohhlns.. 17
a. 1 inserion . i.iiue riasie .. Mr.iennnn. . in
Holoa'f Farui..Holiiswln(.. ..Mr.Osborn.Jr. IR
Fred.Johnsun. I.. 1.11. II. Mr. K. Tucker. 2u
J.T.I'rattV. Hrownle... Mr. Frail.. St
tlavld Hows.. SlUrrhlnt. Mr. II. I low s. 21
h.n..sehley , Jlmsun. . Mr.Schlcy 11
Four pounds orrw eight.
Time. &.J2 1 .1. Won eaally; Playboy, rh. t.:
owned by Adrian leiln: trained by J Owans.
The Whcatley Cup. steeplechase, for bona fide
hunters: by sunscriptlon of fio with ttou added;
gentlemen riders; abuut two and a naif miles over
Horse and Age
Mr. 11. Murtlnier.Jriaj
Mr. T. Wrlent. 1SJ
Mi F. A. ihm... 1S7
Mr. Ii. 'iickcrmsn.157
Mr J. Park 1ST
Tlllle I)., a.
Two Saints, a
Iluiwell. a red.
Duke ot liuluin, a.
ilnir, 532 i-i.
Won eaMly: Tlllle ., br. m.. by Tournament
Sally .Suple, owned by II, Mortimer, Jr.; trained
by W. II. Henry
Plplnt Itock pony subscription, second division,
elimination trlil. 10 carry 10 vounds. one mile
uu tne flat.
Owner Horse. Jockey.
H.P Whltney.,IUniiine.. Mr T Kvana..
Susan. Stable F. A. HalHih Mr I-., Tucker.
H.W.Hull Tne Wli. llnpeMr. W Mlldey
Jack IMi Cbib.Screw HtUcr Mr M. lywl-.
II. 1.. IVell. Tout. . , Mr H. I.. Hell.
C, K.O. Hillings I'MUdMphla. Mr II Tucker
J. K. f'arllste No. Twt-nlv Mr. F.AIoers
c. C. ilumscy Flylnc 1 ox. Mr C. Humsey.
K. F. Whltney.Sand Hoy Mr.K.Cowdln 2d., u
J. i:. Davis. Happy Day Mr J. K. Davts.. to
w, Koen. vtairnitu.- sir. w . iiouman..ii
F. 1', Moore. Vigilant, Mr II. Madden.. 12
Mrs. Dietrich. I'lnko . IJeui. Hockwell. 13
11. 1. Nicholas bread Wtnner.Mr II. Nlcholaa It
J P. Klrlln. .Mickey Finn Mr. It. Klrlln, IS
1. D. crHvaih.frrntctlo Mr. A. liayl. la
F Culcheon Chcy.Tommy.Mr S. Stlcn. 17
U Montanl. Had News . Mr I- Moniant. IS
Won drlvlnc: naninne, ch. g.. owned by M. P.
Whitney; trained by Jainea Howe.
Brook Champion Steeplechase Trophy, three.
year-olds and upward, by subscription of 110,
with 3tn added, about two nitlea;
Horse and Age.
lllll Andrews, 4..
o. under. .
! nir(. drain, J.
llaron IHcskau, &..
Oreco, a god.
buckthorn, a. .
Time. 4-01 1-1.
Won handily; Meadowsweal. br, nr. owned
by F. Ambrose Clark: trained by S. veltcn.
Army Service Cup, for four-year-olds and up
ward, gold challenge cup. to be won twice, with
S.100 naaea, one mile on ine nai.
Horso and Age. Jockev.
Matabon, aged Lieut, Hockwell.
Kyrat, i I. Inn. Lyman,
jloman Wing, aged Lieut. Fatton
Hannah Louise, a Capt. C. Otlwell
SI. Angrlo, aged Ueut. tlreble..
Karl Decker, S l.leui. Tale.
Won easily; Matabon, br. g by Lamplighter
Lady Prim, owned by Lieut, c. K. Hockwell,
O, of B.; trained by M Hmarl.
CUBS FINALLY BREAK TIE.
Zimmerman Steals Home With Win
ning linn In Seventh.
rmCAiio, Oct 12 -The Cuha broke the
tie to-day and bent tho White Sox .1 to 4 In
an exciting game. It was the third of the
series but the prat played to n decision, aa
the two previous one were ties, To-day's
game was a abusing nffnlr In which Laven
der and White were hammered. The game
waa won by Heine Zimmerman, who stole
home in the seventh with the run whinh
proved the winner
The So had the bases filled In the ninth
with two gone and llorton up. He worked
the pitcher to the proborvlal "two and three"
and then fanned, F.aatsrly and Collin
led tho slugging with three hits each,
Lasterly has been at lint eight limes In
this series and has made 7 hits, Including
The soot o:
rillCAliO IN 1, 1 ' CHICAOO (A. L.l
ab r h p a e . ah r h p a e
Shrrkard.lf .1 1 1 1 n n Halh.rb 2 0 0 0 1 0
1 rach.rf 6 0 1 1 0 0 Lord, If .1 0 2 2 0 0
Tlnl.'er.ss. .0 (I 1 ft niCnlllns.rf. 4 2 3 II 0 n
yini'er'n.Sb.S till nlllodle.rf 312100
Srhnlie.rf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Malllrk.ef 2 0 1 0 n n
Salrr.lh 2 110 10 Easterly.c. HI II 0
Hcrs.:h 2 1 0 2 2 1 llnrion,lb,.4 0 I II 1 0
Arrher.c . 4 0 2 7 A o.Johnson.ss 3 0 0 3 & t
Lavender.p 3 1 1 0 2 0 Zelder.Sb.. 4 0 1 2 8 0
IWhlte.p. 3 0 10 11
Totals .13 t 82717 I laCallanan..n 1 0 0 0 0
' Totals 4"mStY
Ml nan ior nnnr in ine ninin inning,
Chicago National. n I n 0 2 I I 0 o s
Chicago American 11 11 11 ; o 1 11 0 -.
Left on hasea-Nationals, a; Americana, 11
! First base nn balls Oil Lavender, 0; oft White. 5,
. i!ri5kJi" "K.vWfP."".!,' L'y unlpi4' ""hy
Arrher. . Mehulle. While, l'ssferli-. Mttlt,
Snrrl.lce bits- Hnrlnii, Haiti. Lavender Stolen
tune Saler, 2. I asirrly, Fvers, Zimmerman.
I'.iised ball Archer Dniibln nlah llorton
.lohnsnn and llorlnn, Zimmerman, Saler, Archer,
Tinker and Archer: Archer and Saler: Archer
and Zimmerman. I'mplres behind plale, Hren
nan; on bares, lllneen: In ouilleld, Owens snd
Connolly. Time 2 Hours and 43 minutes. At-tendance-30,149.
PRINCETON MAKES RIVAI
LINE LOOK LIKE PAPER
Hacks Tonr P. V. I. Defence io
Bits in Smashing anil
ROLL UP 31 POINT TOTAL
Stew Baker nnd Waller Shine nt
Quarter anil Half, Hoth
in Long Runs.
PMNCiTON, N. J., Oct. 12. Princeton
found Virginia Polytechnic Institute, un.
exnctdly iy heie thla afternoon and
naa nine aimcuity in piling up ,1 11 tn
0 score Agglnst the only (southern eleven
on Its schedule. Princeton was on the
attack almost through the entire contest
and the weakness of the Virginians' de
fence, coupled with the Individual brill-
1 Isncy of thn two sets of backfUld men
1 wnicn tns Tigers usea, tens the story.
The V. P. t. line gave In like paper be
fore the fierce onslaught of the Orange
and nisrk line plungers, with the result
that their secondary defence was forced
to bear (he brunt of the attack, occasions
being rare when a Tiger was stopped be
fore he had ploughed his way through th
Princeton resorled entirely lo straight
football, bu: presented a variety of plays
starting from Cunningham's end tackle
back shift. Split tackle plays and runt
off tackle dashes and straight line bucks
were used exclusively and lo good ad
vantage, netting the Tlgera anywhere
from five to sixty yards at a lime, it
would be Impossible to state which mem
ber of the baokfleld gained the most. Pen
dleton, Hohey Flaker. De Witt and Tubby
Waller, the latter of whom got Into the
melee yesterday for the first time this
season, all showed lot a of speed and
power, ploughing through the line or
skirting the ends almost at will.
, The weakness of the visitors' forwards
made It Impossible, to gather much of a
line nn the strength of the Orange and
Illack forwards, but it la beginning to
look as If Cunningham and Tom Wilson
will succeed In developing a fairly strong
line. The men showed lots of fight and
aggressiveness and a remarkable faculty
nf diagnosing their opponents' attack,
with the result that the visitors could
not gain an Inch on straight bucks. The
few yards which they made were on end
runs and a couple nf forward passes.
The Southerners were unable to keep
the ball In their possession, and would
have had only one or two opportunities
to try out their atack had It not been
for several Inexcusable fumbles which
gave them tho pigskin. Only twice waa
the oval In Prlnceton'a territory, both
occasions being the result of I-egg'a tries
for n goal from field from the cntr of
the gridiron. Princeton had little dlfll
culty In rushing It out of danger each
The showing of the Tlgera was most
encournglng from the viewpoint of team
play. The line charged better on the de
fence and managed to time Its shifts
with a much better degree of accuracy.
Ileal Interference made Its appearance
on University Kleld for the first time,
showing clearly the result of the stiff
coaohlng to which the men have been
subjected during the past week. On
both plunges and end runs the hock
field men bunched well In front of the
runner, while In the open field the In
dividual blocking was much Improved.
Waller nnd DeWItt fumbled fre
quently, but this can be attributed to the
fact that they have been out of the fray
for sonio time. Waller was a tower of
strength, keeping his feet well and show
ing rare nklll In shaking off tacklers
Stew Baker made his debut aa a varsity
quarter and ran his team like a vettran,
besides getting away for several long
gains on the quarterback through centre
Princeton. Positions. V. P. I.
Andrews. I.eflcnd. Hughes
PMIitps. . Lett tackle nurrus
Shenk Left guard.. .Anderson
llluclhenthal Centre. . .. .. Kvans
I.otrnn Illtht guard. nreckenrlilre
1:. Trenkman lllght tackle..,, . Pick
F Trenkman lllght end. . .Lefebre
S. Ilaker, . Quarterback... Lege
Pendleton,. .Lett halfback... Saunders
I'. Waller lllght halfback, Hodgson
DeUHt. ... Fullback.. ... . ,. Palish
Seore-I'rinceton. 31; V. P. 1., 0. Score by
periods- Prlnretoo, 14, 7. 10. 011. Touch
downs Pendleton U. De Witt. H. Baker,
c;oal from touchdowns-l'endleton (J), H,
Ilaker 111. tloal from field H. Baker.
Substitutes Prlneeinn Hellltt for Phillips. H.
Waller for Andrews. II. Ilaker for Pendleton,
fttrelt for lie Witt, W. Swr for Shenk. wight
for F. Trenkman, Kmmons for 8. Ilaker, H. Baker
for R. Waller. Fentleld lor F.. Trenkman. Dao
Utile tor II. Maker, Longstreth far Logan. IX Witt
for Rtrelt. 1. Swart for niuethenthal. Vlralnla
Hoore for tJreckrenrldge. lleferee CroweU.
Nu'SMmnr llmolro Torrov. Pennsylvania.
I Head linesman Klrby. tleorgetown. Tims of
1 periods II, 10, II, 10 minutes,
BICKXNSON m xi IJAMx .
St. John's Team Pram Annapolis
Famish st Surprise.
Casuslf.. Pa., Oct, 12 Dickinson's
fast football eleven tied St. John's repre
sentatives from Annapolis here this af
ternoon with the score 6 to . St. John's
made a touchdown In the second and
Dickinson one In the third. The visitors
maintained a strong defence for a whlla
but weakened, while Dickinson gelned
Shearer was not able to play because
of Injuries while McGregor, a former lines
man, was new In the backfleld. For tha
visitors! Mellon. Wilson. Clark. Claude
and Broadwater flgufd conspicuously;
while for Dickinson. Pauxtls, Brown,
Polb' and Schaffer worked effectively. St.
John's won the toss and klcekd off to
Goldstein, for Dickinson, which defended
the north s;oal.
Dunn Positions. St. Johns.
Left end , . . . v-Welch
Lett tackle. ...! wVsJward
iiri guara (.
night guard ....
lllght tackle. ...
, , .Uwl
. mini ena
.Quarterback , . .
nignt halfback Clayton
Nenre Dickinson. 0: St. Johns. S. Touchdown
Dunn. Clarke. Substitutions For Dickinson,
Paustla for McWhtnney, Rirekell for Fotw, Mar.
?regor tor stelnarker. Si. John. Dryden for
ewls. Thompson for Claude, Wilson for Tell
Hefrree Haul. Olterbaln. Umpire-Dnvlrton,
University of Pennsylvania. Head linesman
Nork, Dickinson Iaw. Time of qvitrters W
Veternn Wnlker Excels Weatna.
Pi!H.Abt.PH!A, Oct, 13. John Henri
Scott, the veternn pedestrian, who Started
on his Journey yesterday from ffew York
to Philadelphia, arrived here this morn
ing at 8;41, making the trip on foot in
2S hours 1 minute nnd 18 seconds, and
breaking all previous records for the feat,
particularly that of Edward Payson Wes
ton, whose time for the Journey was 23
hours and 17 minutes.
Scott, who Is 44 years old, left City
Hall, New York, yestirday at 9!4o His
trip was timed by President George F
Pawling of the Middle Atlantic Assccls
tlon of tho A. A. U and Charlea F
Dleges of the Tlmrvs' Club of New
At Suburban Oval.
Lincoln (Hants, ononnii ni-l.in
tlatlerlcs-Wllllsms and Hooker, Kschen at) I
BILLIARDS and BOWLING
Prices and Terms
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