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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1912.
COMMERCE BACKS RUSHING THE BALL IN BOYS HIGH GAME
LOSE TO BRONX SCHOOL
r. S. 02 Loses Track flumes Af
ter Holding CliiitnpioiiNhii)
Jlii'linol Kirks Field (Jonl From
:i Ynn. l.iiip in Second
IiAliVAKI) WIN'S 20 TO
SPHIXT HKCOHI) EQI ALLEI)
Condi llniijjliton I'ses Mnny
Siillitn4cs. lint Sends In
lft'iiiilars to Hold Williams.
Final Outdoor Uniiics at
CtMRMtirF, Del I?. Mlhotigh Harvard
mi it. .itttiunl ctiiii' with Williams with
mi pitrul 1 inM', the lli-rkf hln boys scornl
lit.- nrt points ir l year against the ( rim-'
(.on n I In' result of u goal from placement
klikcd Irom I lie .'m yard lliu hy Cn 1 .
Muliacl 'I In' final score ns 2fl lo a, anil
Harvard had all ltd points when Williams
turtioil Ik forward passing game, loose
iatl in l hi- llilnl period.
Harvard linil H Mibnltme bnckfleld In
tl' iMini', nml these iiicii were bewildered
completely !' III'' daring passes uiil by
tlirir opponents. I'our forward passes
ncre ru'li'il oft In unci i"sloti, those nvdatic
uig ilii- hall from Williams's 21 yanl line
In Harvard 17 yanl lino, u distance of 112
Sard- 'I I"' imw were nil beauties, being
i-xei-iitod hy Walker ami Lewi n ml being
I'liiMil hy Lewis, (larfli'lil nml Toolan, I
I ! longest gain bk '.'I yarili and the
shotted 1'.' yarili Wllllanw then gained
I lie in v.'inl llni hy rushing lull thi'ii luul a
forward I'll-" intercepted hy l.lngnrd,
whereupon MU'liarl tnaili his fli'I'l coal.
William started of) again afli-r the klckoff
but after it liail made tun iiinii- forward
ras-es Inr gains ol twenty-live anil tlilrti'i'ii
vnrd, t each Houghton of llarvaril sent
hi rc-'ii !;i r bat'l.s into 111" Kami', and Will
iams's pushes thereaflet wnt wrong, Wu-
f.forili, Wendell, r rolhliighiini nnd llrud
re all lute n epting passes nml holding the
1 .a 1 1 Harvard outweighed Williams to-day
and It risnlng game n out It ply loo stln
for the smaller college ti'am to withstand.
'Ihr I rimsDii gained aflt yards hy rushing
from scrimmage, using sixty-six rushes
and making no les-t than nineteen first downs.
Williams made e llrst downs, all of tlipin on
forward passes. Harvard trlpil thp forward
ras four limes, .Mllholland completing
two of thpm lor gains of twenty-one and
twelve ) arris.
Ills limit gain was made when Harvard
had been topiod on Williams's 55 yard line,
Mllholland carryln-r the Nail to within live
yards of the goal, from where n touchdown
was secured easily In tint tlrt tierlod,
when Harvard had Its best men In tl.e Xante,
tun touchdowns Mere iieor'd in short order.
The tlr-t wn- the remit of tle heavy plays
through the line from the William a.1 yard
Imp, where a short kick had I veil received,
Hrnkley -corimr with a ten yard dash
thriMii.ii the tin Kle".
Alter the m'M klckofT Lewis of WIltlaniK
muffed llardwick's return punt on Williams's
3ii yard line. Dana falling on the ball for
Harvard H took Wendell, llriekley and
ll.inl i i k .iiiHt eight plays lo reaeli the goal
line, llriikley morini: aitnln and lllteheoek
kii kiln.- the i.". il
(in the ne.'.t kiekolT llnrdwiek made n
heautiliil rim hark to Williams'. 4ii yard
line. Harvard then rusliiiii; ahead for
luiiilv yard.. On a third down on the
in vard line t'.ardner'H lorwnrd pass was
iiitiTiei'liil, and then llriekley stepped
tiaek and made a drop kkk cual from the
(Irlil finiii the X' yard line. The klek would
iiiiw -inriil Iroin a point at least llfteen
jnrd Ian her nnay.
In II. 1 1 1 1 lialf the ..ilhstllute h.ieks
did well al flrsi, inrrylni; the hall steudlly
Inr eiishly yards Irom the kn koP. and
n oriiti: on eleven plays, .Mlllinliaiid, on a
inn trniii end, made twenty-five yards, and
after ni.inv himmI bhIiis tlirnuuh the line hy
I:. ill.' nnd 'I. Ilnrdwlek, Millinlland reeov
ired It. miner's lorward pass, riiiiiiln to
W illiaini's fle yard line, Irom where a
tein hiloiMi eame easilv, I mmedlately after
Hi., -...re i a i ne the Williams lirilllnnt ili
pl.iv nl forward pass fireworks and the
l-nil tinm ihe field. Later In the half
Mieliael iriisl another isoal from pe.ieeinent,
lint the kiek was liloekisl hy Wlw'Kle.'vvortn
who via. playniL' eentre.
Hefuie the end of the irnme llradley had
two ehanies to make Held Koals lor Har
nnl hut miSKi'it hoth. llaivald ft. tallied
tiirtu after its I ift two touehdowns and
"eld foal had been made. Once alter
another louo tramp up the I eld for sity
ne aidh had lieen made llriekley fum
tifil nu Williams's iron I line, the hall lielnK
leiinerrd hy the i-itorx, and shoitly after
UjL'iin luniiiliil- Williams, aualn tollow-iiil-
Hie hall Is'tter than the Crimson varsity
in en i.nd cettlni: the bail on the one iutl
line, alter this seiond letiulte llnid.ee
made a lain ateh for llarvaid on Williams's
i yard line, and Itom this Hiickley tnude a
troal Irom plai ement,
liars mil s rusti Hi o looked a little better
to-d,i.. hit as nun Inst Holy Cioss It was
the ver lowerful work of the Crimson's
trul; llelil that made possible the Kieat
urn. imt nt mound ualnltiK.
1 lie lineup.
. Ift lAiklr
I -cf I suaril
. . Prlndle
f Hew Ictt
Itlirht tackle Walker
lllcm mil i.ariirm
I-cft halfback . . . Toolan
HlKht halfback . Iirlnoll
More Hanaro, -; Williams. 3. Touchdowna
llriekley, '.', Kettle, (ioals from touehttnwn
nitchrork. J Krothlngham. Urop kick itoal from
rleirl Hrlrkley Place kick joals from Held
Hrlrkli-j, Mlrhacl. Substitutes Harvard: Dana
for Wralherheail, I.oiam for Gardner, J, Frnlh
Incham tor Stnrcr, liraillce for II. Hardwlck,
llradley lor l.ojan. II Krothlndham for Dana,
Tom llardwlrk for llriekley, Mettle for Wendell,
l.lniard tor Hradlee. W Ulesorlb for Parmen
fr Mllholland for L'nolldire, Heebe for Tom
1'rothlnirham. Tom Prothlneham for Hitchcock,
1'elion for Mllholland. Mllholland for Helton,
Wendell for Kettle. II Hardwlck for Uradlee,
Trumbull for H. Trnthlniham. Williams: Mc
Namee for Drlaeoll. Kelt for Mason. Drlscoll for
WcN'amee, Clark for Turner, MeNamee for Drls
coll Ileferee- J II. Pendleton, Uowiloln. Umflre
Fred W Hurlelfh. Ilnetcr. I.lneman-i:rnt
0. HapEood, llrown. Time of periods 12 min
ute. TITUS SCORES THE GOAL.
Ma mini's C'nptnln Tnlly Hrsta Tons
end llnrrls lenre, 1 to O,
Kiieoiinterlng the champion team of the
Manual Training High School of Hrook
1 at the Prospect Parade (.rounds, yes-si-dav
afternoon, the soccer team repre
fnt.ng Townsend Harris Hall suffeied
ilff.n by I icoal to 0. The only tally
made wns bv Capt. Titus of the Manuals
f'mn a pass hy Llnd Just five minutes
nf'er the start Thereafter the Manhat
'in Imls held the champions down to no
Positions. Townsend Harris.
(light back. . . Cass
lrt back. . . Cantrell
Ulght half. , . liranlch
Centre half (Capl.) Nicholson
lfl half Schatlman
Outside right Bernstein
Inside right Schecht
Inside left .... Stemple
Outside left . Dauber
1 i is
"itidi i llo
Manual Training. 1; Townsend Harris, (I.
I '''lie Mr
Holman, 1', s. re. iioai--iuua
i "'null's Mnntial: Labate for bind, Smllh for
v. i Heilei fur l.abale; Townsend: Cacten for
't. 'In Mnlih for Schoenbaum, Ciobley for
f ' "il'le I Inn- :m minute halves,
GEORGETOWN DOES WELL.
W nsliiiiKlon nml I.ee fioes
Defeat Score 1TO to
W isiiim. iu., Oct. i'.'. Outweighed about
' ii puyids to the mi,". Vi'ashliigton and I.ee
..'imii 'ii .u iu u, uy ucuufDivnii iu-
I lie lineup
U'lt tin.' kle,,
N il guard , ,
l ealre . . , ,
lllglil guard ,
llbflil tackle ,
lllght end . .
Ul hallbark .
1 s HM hi
s ore (iiiiri'i loiui, '.ii; Washlngliin and Ire,
" lo'liliiliiwns ( iilnam. Derby and White.
yxil1 Iroin lum IiiIiihii usttlo, J. Ueferre
's I J lngh empire Thorp, Columbia. Time of
'I'"" 'rs IS minute.
At Hronx tltnl.
oJ?.,'.!' " '-"gucrs. 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 2 0 "n'"'s
I'" si "dams I ii 2 n t n n l o -.5 5 2
a u'leyw ' lslgl "d "4lli A,ulrew''i SI'PP
Freer of 'oiuineri e sliniitlnu tlirotili n iiii k ipi n!i tin rlvlit Kit . ''ftl
Ills forwnrds ami InterlerciK e lum- tiuitt- tlirir t.ut.v u.t li.m, i.ml tin n t U lM'MMW X
theillslnm 'tiil.eitlneil In strictly tip to h mself. A mimii nt lalt ronrof the n 'Sj " 'JMfiMMmlis
tlefnisUf lint ks nt hint itfter n short run. All tin- Uriel l in tlon, ern tlir 'fyKUWi isw . M AlfJ'fJrofmfc,,
:lVZ'mm ,o k,,, ,h,,r vr nn ,,,c p,H ,m" -m nnt wbMuM,,-n ol i jfAtT$(?1t r&Bmmmim
.... i Mru.m mrmmmmmmtA
Scores Touchdowns Ajriiinst
Hoys High nnd Stiirs in
MID-GAME DRAWN FIGHT
Scores Come in First and Lust
Quarters Holman Ilcst
Commerce proved superiority over the
Hoys I Huh eleven nt American League
Park yesterday by ndmlnlterlnK a defeat '
of 12 to 0. The Kami' was featured hy the
Individual woik of HlodKett. the Com
merce lert naiinacK. tie piayeu an aii.tmr
ami', clrcllnc emu,
klckliiR far and with Rood
direction. Holman, the left halfback of
itoys, was tne only one oi me neo nacss .
able to break throuuh the Commerce line ,
and none were nble to puss tile HKKressie'
Commerce forwards. Tlffnny played his I
usual clever came at quarter, but was In-
cnpable of llnillllK a piny that esposul a
weakness In the Commerce defence,
Commerce started with speed, advnnc
Inn the ball to the ltovs" 40 yard line,
HlodKett then taktiiB It on an end run for
a touchdown. He failed to kick the
Koal. In the second period the Com
merce plaers seemed to lose their
chnrni and were forced to play hard the
entire time to keep their
Ko il line from ,
belnc crossed. Only fur the fact that the
Hoys' team was penalized lepeatedly for
holding nnd offside play this mlc,ht have
been realized In spite of the Rood defeiite.
Itlodu'ett and Kddle Holman were the
two factors of the third period. Hoth
Kained IiIk distances, but were stopped be
fore scoring. MeCusKer was forced to
leave the K.ime In this quarter fur sIuk-
Bins Webb, whose two arm around the
neck tackle he didn't like.
In the fourth Commerce had Its own
way, but failed on all live attempts at for-
ward passes, llloilnett. tlinugn limping, .
wns forced to carrv the Dall III nearly '
every play until he tlnilly plunged the
last five yards through tackle for Com
merce's second and last touchdown.
The lineup ;
lie Ikier. ...
I Lech I.
I eft lackle
Hlrhl lacklc. .
Score- Commerce. 12: Hoys' High. 0. Touch
downs Illodgctl, 2. SubsiHuiCN- rommcrcc
Clapp for McCusker. Hlrshman for Darrln. Mann
for llecht. Itcfrree- Dlckler. Columbia em
pire Mel'.lroy. Cornell Tlmekeeppr llepko,
'Im ... na.l,.l. Ill .,..1 1 mla
AMHERST VARIES ATTACK.
Detents SprtiiKltrlil Trnlnlnir After
llrlnK Hani Pressed.
Amhkrst, Mass., Oct. 12. - Amherst de
feated Springfield '1 raining School, U to
.1, this afternoon. Although NprltivHetd
scored first, Amherst won out on a varied
attack, while the visitors resorted princi
pally to end runs nnd forward passes for
their gains. 'I he lines were evenly matched,
but the Amherst hnckfleld had a good edge
on the Springfield hacks. Penalties for
holding Incurred chiefly on end runs cost
Springfield much ground, llelore the gnme
had gone far Mcltae kicked a pretty field
goal for Springfield from tho n-yard line.
It was tup and tuck Irom Ihere lo the end
of the third uiiarler, when I'roudloot
nicked up a hlocui'd nick on the vo yard
line anil scored lor Aiiiherst.
At the iM'giiining ol the Inst period Am
herst curried the ball down the held on a
iieniiiiiiillv varied attack und a lorward
puss, .Mcday to Whltten, lesuited ill unolher
loucliiiown. Mpriuguciti mougni a uiiiuner
oi lorward passes and end runs into play,
which threatened lo produce a score, but
Moore prevented It by catching a lorward
pass on Amherst's '-'-yiiid line.
I'roudloot w as easily the star of Ihe gume,
although it wns only his ilrsi appearance
tills season. His hard tackles broke up
many good plays anil his offensive play
wax strong. Warren and Met lay gained
tho most ground lor Amherst, while lliiine
and Ileghold lioro the brunt ot .Springlleld's
I lie summary
Proudfoot. . .
Morrow . . .
Positions. SiirliiKllclil T
I .ill cnil..
Itlght end . lilrkensi.Morrim i
Warren . .
I.efl halfback .
Score Amherst. II. SprlnglleldT S..3 Touch
downs I'rouilfool, Uhlllen tiirals Irom much
downs-Mc(iay. 2. ttoal from Held Miltae,
Substitutes- Amherst C. shumwa lor (iuciici,
looper for Hubbard, Whltten for Snsc, olm
ball for Vthltlcn. hiirlngilild Mies for lloaiil
man. lloardman for llnll Hull for HrUgs, ri.uii
tain fur Ileghold, ie-hold for l.ori'n. I'nudrc
Andrews, Vale. Iteleree- l.anknrt, iiarinmuili,
Linesman Connell, Tufls. 'I line ot peilodi
iu and 12 minutes.
RINGS AROUND PITTSBURG.
Kicking: tinmr In Heply Keep
Rneknrll to One Toiiclidovt n.
PiTTSiiURii, Oct. 12. HucKnell simply
played lings around tho University of
Pittsburg team here to-day, although only
beating the locals by one touchdown. All
duilng the contest, which seemed slow nml
ragged bvenuso uf the miserable playing
of Pltsburg. Ilucknt'll outplayed her
heavier opponents. Pittsburg made only
live llrst down.", being foicid moat of the
time to kick the ball out of danger.
A minute after the coiitest started
llticknell had the ball on Plttsbuig's oim
yard line, but could not woic. The game
remained scoreless until thu last peilod,
when .Capt. Jordan of Hucknell went ovu'
the line on a forward pan by Crulkshunk,
the sensational quarterback ot the vUltun.
Three I'oliHs til the 'iiiniiieree K-
eels .e Hoehelte Ten in.
In a tlKht fame estenlny Moirls de
featiil New Hochelle on the hitter's Krounds
by a scoie of 10 to 7. Neither team was
able to Mine until the last peilod. Mor
ris then unt Its tallies hy a thirty yaid
drop kick by Uiintnn nnd a lnn tun to
touchdown by Sttachan. HuuKenwlK klck
ItiK the Roal, New Hochelle scored by
hard biieklnc llaivey cnrrylns the hall
over for a touchdown and then klcklne
Mori Is w as stlcersful four times out of
six with the forwatd pass, doInK much
better 111 this department than New
. ... Krani:
... . Mellnr
, . ,. Conner
;!" ., ,i
in. New Hochelle, 7.
Morris. Mime for O'llarn: New Hochelle.
I In. ricks for Hane. Ileferee lieare, New
hociumic. timrire nryan, u a summon lini
xerMty Timekeeper -Steele, Columbia. Time of
periods li) minutes.
XIGER CUBS SLAUGHTER PREPS.
Oiteit Sensiin In Otiesliled (inme
FreshmrnM finnt Xever In llanvrr,
Piiistktdn, X. .1., Oct. II The Princeton
fr.nl.liien iirwnl ttinlr Menuoll lion, fhlq'
afternoon hy swamplni; the Princeton
piep I'leM'ii liy the score of HI to (I. The
i libs oiitweUhted the prep by several
pounds to the man, and In addition showed
iilearly the results of suiierior coaching.
Miea, t lli'K anil i.aw tore ininus to pieces
and scored almost at will on straight line
never in danger.
Prlncclon Freshmen. Positions.
. . . O'Neill
I I me
. . Left tackle . .
Centre . .
Illrht guard .
. .Itlght end...
. Dunleary I
Freshmen, (11: Prep
l'ane, 21 Shea, 3; 1 aw. 2; (illck. 2. lioals from
niurn'iowns- ueynircr. i; i.ove. i. .luusuunes
(illck for Payne, Vanderhoff for (illck, I-onard
for McCaffey Itcfrree Crow ell, Swarthmorc.
tTmplre- Torrey, Pennsylvania, 1 Inesman
Klrby, (leorffelown Time of periods 10 and S
IAP WINS CLOSE RACE
Hohcrt fioelet Drives Winner
and Takes Special Prize
Goshck, N. Y., Oct. 12. A large crowd
witnessed the races of the Ooshen Driv
ing Club this afternoon. Six events were
on the programme, nnd several of the
finishes were very exciting. Mrs. K. H.
Hnrrlman entertained the members of the
driving club and ladles at an Informal
tea party on the lawn during the after
noon. Class A. trotting, was one of the hnid
est fought races during the afternoon.
Hobert Ooelet captured the first heat
with .lap. The second heat went to
Worthy Hlngen, a very fast two-year-old,
driven by Hudd Murray and owned
by Itichiird Delafleld. The second heat
wns won by half a head from Jap, In
2:2l(. In the ftnn) heat Jap nosed
worthy Hlngen out uy a neati, and won
the race In a great finish. Prank Hiii-'
Bess won Class R, 'rotting, with Sim '
Kohl. In straight hents, Averlll Hairl
man, with Hello Oratflin. divided second '
honors with W. K. Dlckeison, who dtove
CJulzettn, the Aiden Farm's entry,
driven by Pierre Uiroll.ud, Jr., added
another victory to her list hy defeating
Amasls, diiven by County Judge Seeger
In Class U.
The Kxpose, a fine gnlted and speedy
three-yeui-old trotter, driven by Frank
Huntess, defeated Fanpatch In Class 10.
winning In straight heats. Hoth horses
were evenly matched nnd the ince was
a good one. The winner Is owned by
11. A. Ilulkley. John I. King won Clnss
F, pacing, with Silver (Jetitiy, the hand
some son of John It. Oentry.
Among those at the races were Mrs,
Kdwatd H, Harrlman, Mrs. Henry C.
I'lnker, Mr, and Mrs. Mnddut, Itlchaid
DelatK'ld, William M. V. Hoffman. Then-
dore Fri'llnghuysen. Campbell Steward
.Miss Klewaid, 3en. nnd Mrs. Henry 1..
Durnell, H. A. Hulkley, Hensselaer Wes
ton and foimer State Knglneer Frank
Wllllnms and Mis. Williams.
Tlio summai les ;
ClasN A. trottliiK. special prlte, coffee urnt
tun Kioi'letl 1 2 1
Worthy Hlngen (Murray .' 2 1 2
Helluli Ur.ittiiu llllikersonl S 4 3
I'.ilura (l.orlllnnll 4 3 4
Time 2:27. 2:2S'. 2137.
Class II, trotting, special prize, read cart:
Him Kohl (Hurgesm I t
II. lie ri nil I ii ii (A. Harrlman I 2 3
Jesse llnolh ( Dlckerson I 3 2
Notice II. (I.nrllliinll 4 4
Time 2:2!, 2:22..
Class C, (rutting, special prize, cut liana
Abide (Irallan (Oshorne) I 1
Huron Audubon I.Murrayi 2 3
Tlllle Alcott (Walsh I .1 2
Hurrhester illurgessi t,
llnmona I Leonard I 4 !
Unit I'onslanllni' Kloelell 6
Time 2.26, 2:!!4.
Class I), trolling: special prlie, comport!
Uulreila IL.irlllar.il I 1
Amasls iHeegeri i J
Time 2:24. 2:11.
Class C, Irolllug: speilal prize, blanket:
The llxliose lllursessl 1 1
Kiinpslfh I W. Klikirsoiii, ,. .,2 2
Time- :':k, 2 IS,
Class I'', paling, speilil prize, blanket:
Mlw r ilentr.' I King I . . . II
Alleen t Hill Bees I
l.uilyi .May (bil l ,3 3
fluffy It, (Ityeraon 4 I
Poll)' Patch (Hull) t i
Ttow 2120, 2;!1H,
A stirring nilMip after n pluiiKi' through left giinril. t'oiiiiiicrrp gained rlsht yards on the play umluoultl have
ntatle inure, luul It not hern for the snmsliliiK tncklhiK r Ihr nu In Hoys II lull's sri ond line of ilrfrnrp,ho arc scin
In a t'oiirentratril mass IioIiIIiik to tlir niiilirplniilnn of I lie runner.
LEHIGH'S FAST TEAM
First Time nn Academy Team
Has Been Heaten in
lit'. . amii l"ii ft vi ii t si !.' '
. A.J. ..ft. i'.... a - - ,
I I Ml . 1 I ... ill I a .
, . '
Scores First Touchdown
Brilliant Hun of 70
Awieotis Mil.. Oct. 12. I.ehlch won
. . . . .
from the Navnl Academy nere mis ntter-
noon hy 14 to 0. This Is the first de
feat sustained by an Academy team In
three seasons. The brilliant running of
Plzznttl was the most telling feature of
the ccntest. but the general work of Le
high was ahead of that of the m'Jshlp
men In every Important particular. The
superiorly of ttu backtleld was most
noticeable as l.thlgh had two line )ii.'
smashers in Crlchton nnd Hoban, und had
closer fnterference nnd a much b'-.'i-r
variety of plays. Lehigh showed tnute
daring In Its work, trying sexeial foi
ward passes and nt least working ona
I for a score In the third period.
Itlght at the opening of the game Plz
zattl, the Lehigh captain, lecelved a kick
and ran seity yards for a touchdown.
It was one of tho finest pieces of Indivi
dual woik ever seen beie, and the I.e.
high captain proved himself a wonder I
throughout the game by the manner in ,
which he brushed aside his would-be '
tnckleis. In the third period bis long ;
forward pass was caught by Vela for the j
final touchdown. Ilob.in kicked both
The Nnvy backfleld used throughout
a formation such as Is generally used !
on n kick, The backs did not seem able I
to get Into nny Intcrfetenoe and the man
with the ball was ginerally alono. The I
contest was notable fin the number of I
penalties Inflicted. Twice Lehigh lost
half the distance to Its goal, fifteen and ,
twenty-Use yards lespectlvely, for slug
ging, and In the lust quartet when the
Navy had Its best chance to score It was
penalized llfteen yards because a substi
tute was on the Held during a play while
the first player was still In the game.
Howe . .
I -oft mil
Score Lehigh. II: Naval Academy. 0 Touchdowns-
Pliraltl, Vela, Coals from touchdowns -Hoban.
2, Substitutes -Naval Academy - Austin
for Italston, Vaughn for Kennedy. Lmrr.on for
Vaughn. Woodford fur Kmersnn, Hall for Howe,
Harrison for llroun, llcdmond for l.-itlmnrr,
(irosskopf for Miller, Nlcholls for Ilodes. Cook
JOT liaics, Lconartl lor .linamirr, s ihiius inr
Leonard, Lehigh- Coin for Vela. Shaw for Ooln, '
(ireen for Sawlelle. Keady for Fleck. Hlgglns
for Keady. Ueferre Weymoutn, ale. rmnin
Tyler, Princeton. Head linesman Armstrong,
Vale. Time' of periods 12 minutes,
F0GEL HEARING THURSDAY.
President l. neb
I Meet nt
. All th" cluhs In the .National League
, eesterilnv lecelved a telegrum from
President Lynch Informing them that u
1 MiM.elul meillni; will be held bv the com
mission next Thursday uflernoon nt the
Waldorf to nttend to President Horace
Fogel's case, The commission will In
vestigate the statements lecently made
by Fogel reflecting on the honesty of
the Nntlonnl League race nnd the In
tegrity of the umpires
Fogel, who Is president of the Philadel
phia Nationals, nsserted that the National
League pennnnt was thrown to tne
I nlon Wins hy One Point.
Ki it k k kit a n v. N. V.. Oct. 12. Union de
f.'itrl Worcester here to-ilav bv the score I
of 7 to 6. I'lilon seined ill the second
iiuatter nnd kicked a goal. In the last
quarter a long end run scoied for Wor
cester, but they fulled to kick the goal.
Union was outweighed ubout fifty pounds.
The tech line averaged 21" pounds.-
At Aretle I'nrU.
A II 3
farmer ft. (
n .1 o
(I o n
a S 7
OSllSriBS" in lamimj., i,ur.ni.
Legato, Called on ehcoiun of darkness.
MICHIGAN SCORES FAST.
j Miller tlnkes Only Tnlly for AKBles
1 After Hit Ynnl linn.
! ANN Annnn, Mich., Oct. 12. Miller of tho
Michigan Aggies broke away and ran so
yards for a touchdown In yesterday's game
with the Wolverines, netting the farmers
their only score. After that it was easy
sailing for the Ann Arbor men and Craig.
Thomson, Huehel, Hughitt, Hnrton and
Hiishnell all tmrtlclpated In touchdowns,
Puterson kicked seven goals for Michigan
in eight nrtempts. Yost mndo frequent
substitutions during the last two quarters
and fully twenty men were on the Wolverine
Ift end . . ..
lx-fl tAClile ...
Ix'ft guard ...
Illght guard . .
Itlght tackle . .
Illght end . . ,
Quarterback . .
1-ft halfback .
Hlghl halfback .
M. A. C.
... II. Miller
. . . Scrvls
Thomson iCapt I
Score Michigan, .Vi: M. A. C. 7. Touchdowns
Miller. Craig, 2: Thomson, lluebel, llarton;
llurhltt, 2. Iljshnell. lioals from tourhdown
OII.1..II 1'nfli.ruin. 7. Subslltllles - Peterson for
Pontius. Collette for Carpell, Dopreto for Cobb,
Mushnell for lluebel, Mussrr for Qulnn, Warner
for .Miller. Carev for Sers. Huirhllt for Craig,
Ueferre--a ( iioi.ierness. inign. empire-
I'laeger Northwestern. Head linesman Pcrrlnc,
Iowa. Time of quarters- IS minutes.
Wins Class B Pace at Parkway
Track After Losinjr
Countess Kohl, the black mare by Fred
Kohl, owned by K. A. Meckel, went to
the top of the list In the competition for
the fall series cup, at the matinee of the
Paikwny Driving Club yesterday by
winning the Class 11, pacing. The little
mare went oue of the steadiest races
this season nfter the first heat. In which
she was bonten by William Mathls's
Princess Kveln on a bieak.
The Class A, pace, was much more
hotly contested, but T. O. Hlnds'H ttorelll
was In front by a nose each time. Asa
Hal flnlshed second. In the first heat
Fanny D. came second to Horelll, hut on
account of alleged Interference with Asa
I Li I was set back.
Daniel Huhre duplicated hrs victory of
last week, by winning the special class,
trotting, with Holder Scout ngnln. In
the Class It, turning, Samuel Urlesland's
IMwatd F. won In straight hents, after
rather poor performances recently. All
events weie tluee heats In rive, but on
account of daiknes- the fast and slow
Hots were declared finished In three nnd
two bents each.
James hhevlln. the "father of trotting"
In Hteoklyn, visited the track for the
Hist time In several weeks, nnd In nn
exhibition mile to heat 2:30 won In
2:2t. with his Tony D. nnd Hradley.
Class A. pacing
Horelll. b. g.. by Horeal (T (1.
As.l till. b. g. I.I H l'hllllpsi...... 2
Fanny l . h. nt. i.l .1 Archholdl.. 3
Time- 2 iOK. 2:1"1.. 2'J'-
Class A. trotting (Declared finished)!
Jennie F, b. in., tiy King Muico-
Itei (Charles Seaniani... -CikUnd
Direct. Jr.. by Oakland
llaron (Charles .Moncrlefi ... .... J
Time -2 'jr., 2:21 2:25.
Spiclal class, trotting:
Horder Scout, nr. . by Harder
Knight (Daniel lluhrel ...... . . 1
Court Favorite, blk. m. (.1. H. Phil-
Howard .Mann, b. g (Chas. Potle
rune-- -:.i, -.ja?..
Inhibition ironing, m beat 2:30
Tony II , hr g. and llradley, blk. g.
(James rihrvllnl - Won
Time 2:24 V
Class II. pacing.
Commas Kohl, blk. m., by Fred
Kuhl (K. A .Mukell .1 1 1 1
Princess Kvelyn. b. in . by Nor
wood HunilililonlanlChiis. Mon
crlefi 1 3 2 2
Mosey I... b g. (W H. Siring).. 2 2 3 3
Time 2:27, 2:25. 2:23H, 2:24V
Class C, Uniting ( Declared flnlshed) t
Ite Direct, blk g., by Direct IHtmuel
llrlesUn.l, Jr. I 2 3
Kitty llelllnl, gr m., by llelllnl IT. (I,
Hhidsl 4 1
l.ronu, b. in. (.1, H. lulinn) 2 4
King Audubon, hi a (Frank Small). ." 2
Wund, h. 111. (Charles Seaniani 3 5
Time 2:27'i, 2:25.
I.'li.s II. irottlngi
IMward F.. b. g., by Cnrdova(Hamue
Hrlislandi 1 1 1
Susnui hiinna Maid, ch. in. (Frank
Small I 2 6 2
(llcnnit-re. h. g (Wilson llelil) 3 2 3
Honey Hoy, b, K- ( Dr. Joseph
l.snlg) .... 3 5
Miss Wllkle, blk, m. IS. (1. I.oik-
wood) 5 4
Tlmi 2:24, 2:2.1, 2:25V
It. H. li
ft "l l 2
t t ii t
n 8 I
batteries -LVnrh and
, ii w
tlan; srnuyier ana
DEAD HEAT BY KIVIAT
After Xeck and Xeck Knee for
Two Miles Crneks Finish
on Evcli Terms.
TO MEET AGAIN FOR CUP
-McGrath Throws Hammer Well
Meyer Defents Archer
in Slow Time.
Running neck nnd neck atl the way,
Hnnnes Kolehmalnen of Finland, who ran
away from all of his opponents In the
Olympic games at .Stockholm, und Abel It.
the crack Irish American Club
i .....,,. .hn u..,,n i,inn,i ,, ih. man
i runnPri wno I,ut H,'"e "land on tne map.
i crossed tne Iliilsn line in a dead neat in
the two mile special match rate at Celtic
Park. The special was run as the feature
event to the Winged Fist club's Colum
bus Day games and furnished a finish that
gave plenty of room for argument.
As the men crossed the line there were
mnny present who thought that the for
eigner had managed to beat Klvlat by a
margin of a few Inches and there were
Just as many more who thought that the
man from Staten Island was a winner by
a hair's breadth. The difference of
opinion was due largely to the angle from
which the spectators had seen tho men
cross the line. The judges themselves
were unwilling to make a decision until
they had held council, for In the excite
ment of the last lap some one had Inad
vertently mislaid the tape and the Judges
had nothing but their eyes to guide them.
The decision makes It necessary for the
two men to run the race again to deter
mine who shall tnke the cup. It was de
cided by the donor that the men meet
again on October 20 In the fall games of
the Irish American A. C. at Celtic Park.
Kolehmalnen wns off to a good start at
the crack of the pistol and took the pole.
Klvlat was content to trail him for the
first mile, but at no time was the Finn
more than a couple of feet In the lead.
As the mile was passed Itobertson's pro
tege decided to do n little pacing himself
and shot out in front of his rival with n
fine burst of speed. Hnnnes, however.
was not to be shaken oft nnd he stuck like
a leh for half a mile.
At thu beginning of the fourth half
mile Klvlat picked up about three yards
by hard sprinting. Ills advantage was f'f
short life, lor the Finn sprinted all the
way In the lust lap and picked up w hat he
Matt McOrath made n new record wlt't
the 16 pound hammer from a nine fot
circle. His best fair throw w as 181 fei t
4 Inches, Mntt tossed the hammer l'.2
feet In another nttempt that went foul.
Ah ah T. Meyer wuh unable to lower the
tecoul for Ui0 yards and barely succeeded
In winning from J. J. Archer. Ills tin e
was 16 seconds as opposed to 14 t-I sec
onds, which is the record.
The Immmurles :
ISO Varil Dash Won by Alvah T Mever,
Irish American A. C , James J. Archer, Irish
Anierlrun A. ('., second, Ahe 1'epls, Irish
Amerlran A. (.'., third. Time, 16 seconds.
sso Vard Hun Won by W, C. Kellj, Irish
American A. C ; Homer ll.iker, New York
A. c second: Abu I'epls, Irish American
A. third. Time, 2 minutes s seconds.
16 Pound Hummer Throw, from s Foot
Circle Won by Mutt McOrath, Irish Ameri
can A. C with a thlow of 181 feel 4 Inches,
A. MurDougiill, Irish American A. C, with a
throw- of 163 feet x Inches, sveond: W. Krap
owltx, Irish American A. (' , with a throw of
119 feet, third.
Two Mile llace, Special Duad heal be
tweeu Haines Kolehmalnen, Finland, and
Abel It. Klvlat, Irish American A. C. Time,
a minutes ;4 3-5 seconds. Times for the In
termediate distances: Quarter. 1 minute.
3 seinnda, half. 2 minutes 11 seconds, three
quarters, 3 minutes IZ 4-5 seconds, mile, 4
mlnults 35 4-5, seconds; mile anil one-ituar-ter,
5 minute 50 seconds; mile und one
half, 7 minutes 3 4-5 seconds; mile and
three-quarters. 8 minutes 19 seionds; two
miles, S minutes 24 3-5 seconds.
Coluinliln It tinners on Xew t'onrsr,
Columbia's cross-country runners have
found that dodging nutomohlles on lllv
ei side Drive Is not conducive to good
training, and therefore they will run over
the hill und dale course In Van 'Jortlandt
Patk, beginning to-morrow, For the last
seven years practically all of the cross
country work at Columbia has been done
on Hlverslde Drive and adjacent streets
on MoinliiRsldv Heights. Traltlc In that
part of the city has become so great,
however, that the athletes are In danger
every time they ku on the toad, und for
this reason Heinle Wtfeis, the coach,
has decided lo move the base of opera
tions to Van Cortlandt Paik. The new
course Is six miles In length and follows
In tt general way the couise over which
It was proposed to hold the Intercollegiate
cross-country 1 run.
The track athletes of Public School 2,
Manhattan, who for three consecutive
years have held the city championship,
were deposed at Curtis Field, Ntw
Brighton, yesterday by I'. 8. 42, The
Hronx, In the final outdoor meet. It wi
the Kreatest meet which the league h I
held In Its nine years tlstence, for then'
were 1,000 competitors on the Held an. I
8,000 wild younK looters occupied all Un
seats In the IiIk Rrand stand and lined thu
fence for a quarter of a mile around thu
It was the first time that a Hronx school
had ever landed first place In n champion
ship meet, but otherwise Manhattan made
an excellent showliiK. The winners scored
22 points, 1'. H. 5, Manhattan, was second
with 18. and I'. S. 2 was tied for third
place with I. H. 13, Manhattan, with 12.
llrooklyn wns shut out by Queens, I. 8.
20 of that borough (lnlshlnK ahead of P. S.
The record for the 100 yard dash,
heavj weight class, was equalled by K.
Zlttell of P. S. 20. Uueens. In the first
Iseml-fltial heat. Zlttell flashed across tho
line In 11 seconds. He. was beaten In tho
final by Hubert Hrown, a colored lad from
P. S. 5, Manhattan. Ilrown's brother.
William, won the 30 yard dash, 115 pound
M. Hanks of P. K. 42. Bronx, took tho
runnlns hlnh Jump, unlimited weight, with
n lenp of 4 feet 8 Inches and added 5
points to his school's score In addition to
approaching near to the record.
The relay races were nil neck and neck
battles. Forty-three, Manhattan : 64, Man
hattan, and 19, Manhattan, Rot the major
share of the points. Two new races were
Included In the programme, the 80 yard
dash, 100 pound class and the 90 yard
dash, lis pound class.
50 Yard tah: SS Pound Class Won by
1. Harris. 1. 8. 147. Manhattan. I. Humbur
Ber. l S. 10. Manhattan, second; Hherman,
64. Manhattnn. third: K. De lllvera.
P. H. 44, Uronx. fourth. Time, 7 seconds.
60 Vard Dash; too Pound Class Won by
V Oliver!. P. S. 19, Manhattan; P. Kabl
nowltx, P. H. t4, Hrooktn. second: J.
Adolph. P. ft. 3. Hronx, third; 11. Hllllg, P. S.
42. Ifronx. fourth. Time. 7 2-5 seconds.
70 Vard Dash; 115 Pound Class Won by
C. Conroy, P. S. 5, Manhattan. II. llalleii,
P. S. 27, Manhattan, second; It. Schneldir.
P. S. 42. Hronx. thlad; N. Hobert, P. S. 11,
Hrooklvn, fourth. Time. 8 4-5 setnnds.
lot Yard Dash; Unlimited Weight Clas
Won by K. Urow-n. P. S. 5, Manhattan; P.
Zlttel. P. S. :0. Uueens, eiinn.l; H. (lol.l
steln, P. H. 164. llrooklyn. third; II. Sie.
gert. P. S. 73, Queens, fourth. Time, 11 1-S
80 Vard Dash; 100 Pound Class Won hy
rjorai-her, P. H. 62. Manhattan; n. Halperi,
P. S. 14, llrooklyn. second. W. Wolf
schelmer. P. S. 10. Manhattan, third. Time,
70 Vard Dash: 85 Pound Class Won by
Norman. P. S. 62, Manhattan; J. IMreltelner,
P. H. 18, Manhattan, second; C, Williams,
P. 8. 18, Manhattan, third: 11. Carroll, P. 8.
6. Manhattan, fourth. Time, n 4-5 seconds.
0 Vard Dash; 115 Pound Class Won by
W. nrown. P. S. 6. Manhattan: Z.ihroff, P. 8.
156, llrooklyn. second; J. lilnsberg, P. H
10, Manhattan, third; F, ilino, p, 8. 11,
Uueens. fourth. Time, 10 4-5 seionds.
360 Vard llelay ltuce; Pound Ciasr
Won by P. S. 64, Manhattan, with Marc.j,
Perlsteln. Werecsinsky and llerllnwort; P. 3.
43. rtsnhattan. 'second : I' S. 14, Hlchmond,
third; V. S. 27, Manhattan, fourth. Time,
440 Vard llelay Hare, 100 Pound Class
Won by V. H. 19, Manhattan, with Flshi r.
Scalier. Pollxotlen and OfrUr. P. S. 42,
Manhattan, second: P. S. 18s. Manhattan!
third: P. S. 10. Manhattan, fourth. Time,
57 1-5 seconds.
440 Yard llelay Pace; 115 Pound Class
Won by P. S. 62, Manhattan, with Slruui,
Krakower. Lonilutk and Koleman, P. S. 19,
Man hat tun. second. P. S. 163. llrooklyn.
third; P. S. 42. Hronx. fourth. Time. 52 4-5
8 si) Vsnl Itelay llace: Unlimited Weight
Class Won by P. s. 43. Manhattan, with
Hlordan. De Witt, Klllolt and Itellly, P. 8.
12, Hronx, second. P. H. 40, Hronx. third:
P. S. 10, Mnnh.ut.in, fourth. Time, 1
minute 47 3-.". seconds.
Itiinnlng Hroiul Jump; 85 Pound Clnss
Won by J. Pennmk, 1". S. 9, llrooklyn with
a Jump of 14 feet lit, inches. II. Silver
man. P. S. 42. Hronx, seiond. with a Jump
of 14 feet 54 Inches; II III.iv crman, P. S.
10, Manhattan, third, with n Jump of 14
feet i Inches; II. Crecilius. P. S. 23. Queens,
fourth, with a Jump of 14 feet 1 Inch
Hunntnc High Jump; 100 Pound Class ,
Won by M. Zelchner, P. 8. 42, Hronx, with
a Jump of 4 feet 9 Inches; Talunow, p s.
64, Munhultan. second, w-lth a .lump i,f 4
feet 8 Inches; (inldstfln, P S. 64, M.m.
tan. third, with a Jump of 4 feet 7 Inc' ;
R. Edmonds, P. 8. li. Manhattan, to U
with ii Jump of 4 feet 6 Inches.
Itunntng Hroad Jump; 115 Pound Clo
Won by M. I.eone, P. S. X3. Milllhattua. 'l
a Jump of 16 feet 2 Inches; M llslnlck, I
42, llronx, second, with a Jump of 16 f t
m Inches, c Meyer, P S 40. .Manhallu.l.
third, with h Jump og 16 feet 1 Inch:
ltuhnlck, P 8. 62. .Manhattan, fourth, 1. 1 h
h lump of 16 feet is Inch
Itunntng Hroad Jump; t'nllmlteil Wi it
Class Won by M. Hunks, P S. 41, H-
with a Jump of 4 feet S Inihes, V U ,
P. S. 87, Manhattan, second, with a Juni f
4 feet 7 Inches; (1. McKa), P S. 42, 11. ;,
third, with Jqmp of 4 feel 64 Inches;
fer. P. S. 64, .Manhattan, fourth, . 4
ump of 4 feet 5 Inrhes,
IS pound Shot Put: Unlimited Wi . t
Class Won by K. Virderber, P. S 27, ..I i
hatian, with a put of 33 feel s lot-he. ..
Smllll, P S. 20. Queens, second, Willi ii t
of 32 feet 7 4 Inches; Itosrtiherg, I'. S ii.,
Manhattan, third, with a put of 32 fen 1
Inch: F. Dl I'lerro. 1". S. S3, Munhutiin,
fourth, with a put of 32 feet Inch,
Point Score P. S. 42, Hronx, IS, P. S. 5,
Manhattan. 13. p. S. 61 .Manhattan, !.t;
P. . 19. Manhattan. 13. P. S. si, Manlisi
tan, 11. P. S. 10, Manhattan, 111 P S. 20,
Queens, ll; p. S. 27. Manhattan, 9. P. 8.
164, nrooklyn. s. P. S 11. Qiuuis, 8, . s.
83, Manhattan, H, I' S 27, Manhattan, ii;
P. S. is, Mmhntian. 6; P S 69. Manhattan,
n. P S 9. llrooklyn, 5, P S 117, Manhat
MORRIS PLODDERS BEST.
Ciinilneree Ilenteii In Cross-Country
It nu Keuimll First Home.
Mori Is easily defeated Commerce yes
terday In a cross-country run over the
Crotona course by a score of 23 to 32,
Paul Keough, captain of .Morris, led tho
pack the entire race and gained a margin
big enough to finish the lust quarter In a
walk, Keough's time because ne never
was pressed was alow for the threo miles
and a quarter. It being 1H:04. Llndema
of Commerce created the day's sensntlort
by nosing out Lenton. the Morris man,
for second place. A find for tho Morris
boys was Powell, who paced well and ran
strong at the finish, Only the llrst flva
men of each team reckoned In the scoring.
The order of finish !
Paul Keough. Morris ; Llndema, Com
merce , Lenton, Morris; Klelnman, Com
merce : Powell, Morris , Davidson, Morris :
Itosofsky, Commeice, S. Cohen, Morris;
J. Cohen, Commerce , Ouldlcl, Commerce,
tf A CWKAT AVT41 nAM..
New York's Automobile bargain l'slatillshment
NKVl'.ll In "Auto yisiory" such sacrifices.
Owners anxious for iraily cash: offers wanteds
Time I'ajments also Arranged.
Packard. 32(l to t2.0U0; I'rerlesses, UUI-ll.wn
K'ala 5i to Slfm: Pierces ,tAU-U.9m
Mercedes.. .I. to II.20D: Cadillacs I4S-M,
Chalmers.. MSO to S75: Coles (7MI.3tn
-V.. M. K.'a" (5l)-7W:0erlaiids 3O0
Harlfords US) to 750: Hudson from J.V1)
llenaults, Metallurslque, Uercedea, 1750; Dldsmo-
blles, Sl&o up,
Stoddard. I2S0 up: Stearn tint, tain, I960
Oakland, HU) up; Kin other unusual opportunities,
i-nwn Cars. Wmouslncs. iJindaulelles. Inside
I Drives. Taxis.
I Ilelhery Autos. SI an to SII.SOO.
Demonstrations (liven: '.s'""l,, lnv'tel v
l-.iervlhlng as Itciiiesented. . .
Tires by llnartreds Sarrinreii.
u.ii.. in vtm of iiAn or motel
windsii'iulii.s.tdps. i-amps. m ac.ni.tds. a.
At I'rlcek that "SCAHU" oar roniiietlliirs.l
JANUtmr At TI14IIII.K.H:. . I
The niliesl. tlldest. cneaiH'st ann Most mi-io
date llslabllshiiieni otii niini .n wnrrr.
ft slory 49 4k ojhji.