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THE, SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1?, 1912.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST AT THE ISLIP KENNEL CLUB'S FIRST SHOW
SUN SHINES ON FINAL
Classic Run Nineteen Times
Always Provider? Xotnblo
nnrl Keen !(
-Slakr Nninfiold Event Most
Enjoyable for All
MAXRICO TRULY ttREAT
RcniarkMhlc Endurance Carries
Sliced Through Seven
ALL THE Jl'DOES POPI'LAR
rineintr of Ilnron Renminff First
in Bu.ldojrs Enhis Cheers
LIVES UP TO RECORD
Jt was hard to realize thnt (lie Plalnfleld
Kennel Club nhow. which as held yester
day at the beautiful horse show grounds In
Plalnfleld, X. J,, was the Inet of the open
air shows, tor the weather n more eui:
geetlve of August thnn October. It was
what la Knon to the dog world as Purcell
weather, for It l a well known fact thnt
wherever Wlltuir Pnrccll superintends a
show there win the weather he fine, awl
happy Is the exhibitor thnt the aim shines
Ilupert Anderon, nufus Finch and l'.d
ward Hobble guaranteed success In every
other particular mid they kept their word
He must have been hard Indeed to please
who had any fault to fnd tilth the judging
or the arrangement of the dues under
beautiful old trees with their red and Bold
Joseph A Huehan'.n made his debut
judge in the. bulldog division and hi' de
cision vtere no popular that ho hid fair to
bo overworked In the future Hi plating
of Baron Reaming, a splendid white heivy- j
selght from the Innnll Kennel, wan ep- '
plauried by every one The big fellow Is a i
general favorite and any Judee who wants
to please the spectators c.in do an by hand I
lug the Karon a blue Markham Supreme
was the reserve winner Supreme hn
quality and plentv of It, but lie Id not so
Imposing as the liaron I hampitm l'rincc-H
Merlow was the choice In bltbe. anil It Is ,
a notable fact that both the I rinces and ;
Supreme were unplaced at l!umcn, iivvliii;
to n twisted law, as the Judge explained.
Mr. Ilucliannn evidently liked them both.
I,ast week at Trenton Xvoodcroft liarnnca, i
which was placed reserve, beat the Print ,
under .lames .Mortimer, and as they are
kennel mates it was up to the Princess to.
recover her laurels,
'lheortnre flrTernian's nlacinc of the Aire
dale terriers also was popular Francis i.
Porter's Ahhev Klnvr Nobbier made his I
flrst appearance In this vicinity llnvvasan
easy winner in Ills claf.s. but his reputation
had preceded him ami some of the fanciers I
round nun not unite so v.cnueriiii as tney i
nan neen leu m ceneve l.lnmln llor.in's Pan
Miss r t . I timer handled bull terriers cm-k iu, winner-. t!ltln -rtrt. i: II.
and It was the first time that a ncmber ot I Itu-n crsen's Nidi Helen reserve it. I) mil
those precent had seen that breed Juilced i B M Wagner's KlIllngMn Hubt.ln
by n woman, Miss 'turner, however., wbst IIIOIII.AXI) WIIITK TKItttinns
went about her work as thouch be knev , ru open. twK.-Klrjt. fonclo Karri
all ahoill It.and her selections showel tliat , Kennl' fonelo Il.trnn.-. ..eenn I. Cilrnm.r-
he did. illlstmt Jtumarcli won In doits
over ntoneiemii r-neniein, anil in tue niiciies i
class hdsewood Itose won everything She,
I a new one and a irootl one.
Slme Vernona Jarhenll Jiuiced frenchis
and i-he received an entry that was a com
pliment to her ability It was a foregone
condition that there would be nothlnv in
the rlne to beat I'arsque, Mrs. Mary Win
throp Turner's old lavorite. nnd there was
not. I rederlc Pottel's liamln's lilv.il, a dot:
which an unfeelinsr Judue left unplnted
at Isllp, was chosen for reserte. Dear
little iien, whiih made such a turor when
he madn her delmt as a puppv last set
ton, was the wlnnlnt; bitch, and reserve
went to Mrs. ( M Ifamilton's Prmces-i
(iHtnlu Mrs. ti .) Ilccl; won I he cup of
fered by Mine. .Inrbeau to I lie exhibitor
showing the lareest number of do;s
Boston terriers had the larpesi cntrv In
the show Heauiilul lillle Itusionln Model
was the choice in Ihe oocn anil winner'
classes mid fnully look the trophy ottered
n lilt: ai mr mi' crsi in trie iirced
Daniel P. Itltchey's little Ijtdv Itlnuleadcr
Is one of the must beautiful Boston ladb's
in the show rliiK and she was placed ahead
of Mrh, S. 11. tlastitus's t lassy
Pointers and beagles were in the hands
of J. I . Weiler and very good hands thev
were. too. In the open class lor pointed
hitches Jay (iould's beautllul Saucv Queen
mas chosen as the winner. She w as handled
byH. A. Itoblnson ami she simply could not
lose. Itaymond Belmont's I.ady (ittillnrd
is not an easy one to beat either,
In hnnlish setters Abe Itooley simplv
swept the boards with his world renowned
Meadow View dons 'I hose which did not
belonp to him bore his prefix and had been
bred in Ills kennel. A ttorgeous bin
belton railed Meadow View ( omit Howard
came out in the novlt e class and nearly beat
the champion Hob Hoy tor w inners. he w as
placed reserve to his hiit brother Bob and
look the trophy offered lor the best novlco
and the best puppy In. hitches Meadow
iewtiloria made her nebut.nnri she looks
like the best seen In years. I.ady Mallwvd
and Lady r'rances were first and second
Three new- champions left the Plainfleld
show, 'Ihev were Mrs. Amy K. Kaston's
Midlothian Martinet, which completed his
fifteen points in Ihe Scottish deerhounds
iirrcter I. I- Mackenile. Prince Francois, a
corgeoua St Hernard from the kennels of
Mrs. T O. I'roun, which was (i. .Vuss.
Arnolt's first choice, and John Seys lluy
ler's liedllnuton terrier Vlllarosa Jezebel,
a jonnc lady who needed only one point
to write champion In front of her name.
Cists 5. Wlnnirs, ro nnd Hitches First
Nat Griffith's Don Ilayo. r "'
..r,!?"' m.1"',.01""' I" r"l"t. Walter S.
Halllnell s llercuveen Tnrentnj aerond Mrs
T O frown's Prince Francois
rjs II. Winners. Docs First, Wilter H
Halllw ell's llercuveen Toronto; reserve Mrs'
T O. frown's Prince Francois.
13 HEAT DANES,
risss SO, Open, Docs First. Knrl BJur
man's champion Helios von Wurttemherc
second, t'harlea I.udwlc's liana on Echen-
nacn. iniru, lienor lirasse't ftarras vom
fas Jt. Winners. Docs First, Karl njur
man's champion Helios ron U'urttsmberg,
reserte, Charles I.udwln's Ilsns von Gschen
bach Clais Is. Winners, nitrhes First, Hector
Grasi.e's Bella ion I,lnmstqual
Clsij ! . Winners. Dots First, Klilearn
Kennels Kllleurn Dace-
Cists M. Winners. Hitches Pleat st-.
H. F. on der Ilelilo's Flylnc Hitch.
Class 91, Fklmoe, Open, Docs and Bitches
First, Jacques Huranne's Mens
Clssa ll, Open. Doc First. F A. snd
W. I, Armstroncse Jack Johnson II sec
ond. Frank Adtlyman'a Watland's Commit
sinner, third, James W Baynor's Drnharu'a
cists 117, Wlnnert, Unas First. F A and
W. "I,. Armstrongs Jock Johnson II., re
serve, Frank II Adi man's Watland's Com
missioner. Class i:4, Open, nitrhes First. Jay
Oould'a Saucy Queen, second, Itnymond Bel
muni's I.ady (iullronl, third, H. H. Hchuy.
ler's Bruff's Islund Juno.
Clan 125. Winners, Bitches First, Jay
Oould's Saucy Queen: reserve, Itaymond
Belmont's I.ady (itillford.
Class :il. Open. Docs. Over IJ and Not
r.xrcedlnc 15 Inches First, Hhannon Bea
trie's Shannon Bantllt, second, n. C, Hare's
Class !19. Winners. Dogs First, Shannon
Bracle's Shannon, reserie, K. C llare'a
Class ::. Open, Bitches First, Charmtnn
Kennels' nnaednle Quctn. second, K. c
Hare's .leannette II.
Class J2S, Winners. Bitches First. Chsr
mlon KenneU' lloaedale Queen; reaerve, K.
C. Hare'a Jeunnette If.
Class J, Open, Docs, Illack and Tan
First. Mrs. r H Lester's Udn V D. Italde
Jscerslutt, second, Joseph Adamson'a I,onr
Class 235, Winners. Docs First, Mrs C
H Hester's IMo V D. Harde-Jaceralust ; re
terte, Mrs. C 11 Lester's Olto von Black
toft. Class 210, Open, Bitches, niack and Tan
Firs!. Frank Knenlc's Waldln; second, A. J.
hchultc's Frlirl S A' '
Class 211. Winners, Bitches First, Frank
Koenlcs Waldlna, reserve, A. J. Hchulte'a
Clais 316. Winners, Docs. Other Than
Blsik snd Tan First, Mrs. 8. J, Wacstalt'a
Walther von der Wncentldf.
Class HI, Winners, Dogs First, Jacquea
Buslsnobt'a Flitele . H
S Cists 33. Wlnnert. Bitches First, John
H"Pkln. reserve, John II, Hopkins's
n Clais SSO, Open. Docs. Under IB Pound!
First, 1, an ton Hoorhnch's Markham Su.
' preme, second, William T. Drow's Huttnna
i )l third, Mrs II a. tloddard's I'arkhurst
Class lit, Open. Dors, It Pounds and Oxer
First. Frajtk W Bengenusch's Boss n.i
jji "' I f V' !jpa j j
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I p'RIBIi 's'rf'i KKKBti
ferJJiiiik - ic)c)c)c)Hccwin'f iMw&&-j&?$&SKK" !-cH
sssH'v icjilHcJcJcJcJcJcJcD. ' 1 -$ "'icr-K'Sv;
sernnd. O O. Domlnlck I'hr Oiks Sinter
lns 3:, Winners, I)oe--nrl. lnall
Kenne's- iurori li.atn.nK. rcsi-te, l.untiin
ltmvrtmrh's Mnrkh.itn iinrtne
''lass SCO, Open, Illtiht t'nilcr in Pminil
I'lrst. William T lrev tlahy Deslys
riass .111, open, Hitches, to rounds .mil
Oxer- Kt 1st. Hrtrry Hut-liton's th.itnpl'in
I'rlmeas Merlnvv second. Inwall Kennels
Mnxlinm ivrrler third. WIlllMin T Draw's
Old Square Felln.i
I'li.i tit Vlnnir lltt elies. first, itwrr,'
Itushtnn. cn.implin l'rlniess Merlon, re.
neve. Harry ltuliton' W h mil Il.ironc-a.
ris t-o, Winners, Post First, r. II
iti8e rscn's Nlot.i invader. reserve. Hum
Kennel.' tttiinpn- ef ilinw. third. Ml.s
i; ,1llor Mellon'" Winn Jt.ui,
'u 539. Open, nitehes first, rilenniere
Kennels' Uhnellen o t;icnmre. -ecmd,
Olenmere KennelV Humv nf ttlfnicrr-
'lass .'.35. Winners, l).ia I'lrst. i'..ieJo
Farm Kenneli.' f uni to Ilarone; r.-serxc,
tilrnmere Kennels' Itunipus of tllmnn re.
t'las r.to. Wlnn.rs. It It h-e -first, i.len
mere Kennels' Uhcullen nf tllenmere. re
serve, (llenmere Kennels' llusty of Olen
mere DANDIB DINMOS'TS.
f"las 5t. Wlnnsrs. tmcs Flrt. Klilearn
Kennels' Kllleirn Prottiv .Ilm
V.VItl.lSH TOV SI'VN'IRI.S
fl.i IS. Onen. Docs I'lrst f.reenirre I
Kennels' Vlrerny srennil. Mrs. ItCKKle Mav- lliutley's Presnile Isle Ho. k
hen's Fox Hills McDuft Clt-s to; -Winners, docs First Francis
Class M4. Winners, Does First. Orecn- IS. Porter's Mit.ey Kln- Nobbier, n serve,
ser. Kennels' Vlrero . reserve, Mrs HerKle . D S lltnlry'r. I'rrsque Isle lto,)t
Mavhew's Fox Hills Me Duff Class to;tlpen liltrhs First Francis
Class tit Winners. Itltt hrs First. Crecn Porter's Clnninel Imperious; spcand. Vic
sere Kennels' Ariadne ' ksrv Kfnnels' Vtckery Vesin
class r.::. Winners. Doss, Orsnce anil t class ios- Winners, Miches- First. Fran
White First. Mrs II Kllltlmrne's Messen- els o. l'orfr's Clnnmrl Impr-lnus. reserte,
rt n Ilov. Jr : reserte. Mrs II Adlcr's I.lt- 1 Ickery Kennels' Vlikery Vrsii.
tie F.iri -.,.. t-t-.,
Ml.. tl.n.l.r.nn's Messenner Ilov.
v....' .. ,..." ..;." "r. lJ.lftrst
flreennrre Kennels' The f shee
I lfl n,t,, ,llllietB. vn, ..... ...,.
Clnss eifi Winners, tines First.
Peter Menses's Itoxv reserve. Mi's M.
nine's Little Iloy Blue II
Clait :.; Winners, d"K First,
Nlrolal's Hsby Hoy II.
Class ,703 Winners, bitches First,
Class Aft Opm. iloss First. Closebtlrn
Kennel's Mltllothlnn Martinet second. F.llz.i
betti It Smll)'s Jock
diss 70 - Winners, doss First. Closehurn
Kennels' Midlothian Martinet: reserte, John
Oscar Ball's Wyoming.
I'Ihm Winners. l.ncnts r irsi,
Hellers Kennelt' MarRot of St Hellers, re
serte. St. Hellers Krnnels' l.lssle nf !'.
Clsst 14 Winners, ilogs- First. Itnress
Kennels' Novo IV Valley Form II.. reserte,
Boreas Kennels' Hon hi I'.urlk
Class SO Winners. Miches First, ttwk
H Addrman's l.orralnt's .era. reserve,
Mme, Frltil Schelt's Sasha 0' alley Farm
Class 105 Opstl. dogs Firs', Watihung
Hunt's Harkaway, secnnil, Wntchung Hunt's
flats 10 Winners, dogs First. .t
ehunc Hunt's Harkawsy. reserve. Watchung
Class Ho -Winners, bltrhrs First. Wat-
eVting Hunt's Hlarney. reserve. Watchung
Class 1.12 Open, .logs First. Meajoiv-view-
Kennels Champion Meadow lew Itnb.
secnnil. Meadowt lew Kennels Champion
Mesdnwtlew Yale, third. H II Tinker's
Class U3 Winners, dogs First. Meadow,
view Kennels' Champion Meadow view Hob
Boy; reserve. Meidowvlew Ktnnels' Meadnw
ilew Count Howard.
Class lit Open, hitches First, Mearto-v-view
Kennels Meailowvlew Vassar.
Class 142 Winners. bitches First,
Meailowvlew Kennels' Mesdowview Ladv
Mallwvd ; reserve, Meadow Wow Kennels'
Meailowvlew Lady Francis
Class 157 Open, dogs First. Oeorge t
Melllck's Hlchwood's Max; second, It. Wal
ter Creuibsur's shando
Clais Inn Winners, dngt First. S. B,
Water's King I'hlllp: reserve, (leorgc P. -Melllck's
Clasi 14 Winners, hitches First. S. n.
Water's Mldwond Iliihy.
IHISH WATHH SI'AMHLS.
Class 171 Winners, dogs and hitches
First, Frank II Addyman'a Watland's
Class 171 Wlnnert. dogs unit bltehet
First, T. Moore-Smith's Diana of Ormonde.
Class 105 Open, dogs. Mirk Flrit, Miss
nessle Dllwyn Hair's lrntjuoU, second,
James 51. O'Conor's lloni.io Bye, third,
Itonla Kennel's Blngwnod Lucky.
Class 197 Winners, dugs, black First,
Mrt. W. H. Lowe's Corporal Prim, reserve,
Oeorge H. J. Parker's Black Frltn
Clais 19R Winners, dogs any oilier color
Flrtt, Mlts Bessie Dllwyn llvlr't Iroquois,
reserve, J. Anderson's Hlue Mountain Chief
Clats 207 Open, bitches First, T Moore.
Smith's Hrynwood Hallle
Class SOS Winners, hitches First, J An
derson's Bert's Star, reserve, Mrs. 8. Jrs
sen's Jeisen's Cleopatra.
1 Open. dogs, blue merle Flrtt.
Miss llvilnn's Itrev Mist, secnn.l Inl.n f
Fogles'a Hlllesley Hlue Heau
Class 273 Winners, dogs- First, W M.
Htephenton's Southport Arlstntype. reserve,
Mitt Hydon's Orey Mist.
LISM no niliiirir, n I nin-n r I r si, VI-
stead Kennels Parbold Pri sentahle!
serve, ti. j. ateyer s iMisy
Class 104 German and Belgian sheepdogs
Winners, dogs and bitches First. W nter.
view Kennels' Horta Von llhrengrund . re.
serve, Wlntervlew Kennels' llelglan Blaikle.
Clasa 258 Sheepdogs of the .Macemmis
VYinnera, inns I' Ithi. l-wyne VVilliney-H isan
dro: reserve, Payne Whitney's Pletru.
Class 307 Shetland Sheepdogs Winners,
dogs Mrf. Mrs. V D. McChetnsv's Lor,
Scott: reserve, Mlas J. Frlts's Jack McF.wen
Class 111 Winners, bitches First. J. it
Sherman Lerwick Bess.
Class 347 Open, dogs Flrtt, J. H. Tv.
son's Champion Nub nf China: second. H
Stafford's Chamnlon Chow Whou-; ihlr.i
dreenacre Kenneli' Champion Haslern Star, i
Class 34 Winners, dogs First, J . I
Tyson's Champion Nub of China: reserve, I
II, Stafford's Champion Chow Whow.
Claia 111 Winners, dogs First, C J I
Week's Wlndholme's Forever: ri serve, Mlts
Constance II, Husnel's Holnor's I'lmllcn.
Class 167 Winners, hitches First, Wind
holme Kennels' Lady Macbeth,
Class S7I Winners, dogs and hitches- ,
First, Mrs. H. I.. Mapes's Dohernun Dli
reserve. Mas Donsth's Hrunhllde. ",
JA,,",BUA1',: TKHHIKItH. I
Clasa 401 open, Uojs First, Francis O. '
-4 - Y'Vl ; . m " Indians slow to get going
HIVMcVi 9 V -aKralscBK'-i ncus.
MUS. .I.X riXKKKTON. ' I
Porter's Abhey Klne Nnhhler. sernmi. D.
.. ' '.'"' I.TCeeillBC 30
' n n I I irsi.
IMvvarit A Ilurrer's Tsurnn.
416, Open. Dogs. Over 30 Pounds
I, I.lli hV's Wltltsfnn I nnirrh ..n.
onu. Mist f-ranees A Humphrei's Stone
lelgh'i Shefleld. third, S, S Frc)'s Attic,
Class 417. Winners, Dogs First.
Llhbv's Wllllston Mnmrrli: reserve,
Frames A. Humphrcv'a Stonelelgh's
Class 427. Winners, Hitches First.
I.Wti s l.ilgewontl Hose
Class 131. Open. Dogs, fndcr 22 Bounds
I Irst, Mrs Fred Kdvv irds'i Pnrtn.ui. sec
ond. Frederic Piiffet's Cumin's Blval.
Class 435. Open. Doc. H Pounds iinil Vftt
nv,r 25 Founds First. J M HilllnK's Mar-
ias t.t. vv inners. Dogs First. Mrs
wjrile's f.irsnue. reserve, Fnd Poffet's
tss 44;,. Winners tilt, h. f.'lrn fe.
Ilosea Illgglns's VUen. reeerve, Mrs C M
llamlltntt's Princess (iamln
BOSTON TBI. II I Kits
Class 451. Open. Dogs. 12 Pounds and
I Oder 17 Pounds-First, I'lektlme Kennels'
I'lrkllme Clrncoe, second, Otto W Knipp's
Class 451, Open, Dog., 17 Pounds snd
fllder 22 Pounds- I'lrst. rtnstr.nl., t,enelu
nostonla Model, second. Samuel Holbl's
flats 457. Dp, n Dngt V.it dvrr 2 Pounds
Fl'st. Mrs oilvli L.ikelnnd't Tltntnlns, i
second, Ctrl W Metik. Jr'i. Junior Thumb
Class 459. Winners Dors -Firs). Ilostnnll
Kennels' Ilostonla Mndtl. reserve. Simuel
Hnlhj's Hlugmastfr's Kid
Clnsk 1 6.1. Open. Hitches 12 Pounds snd
I'nder 17 l'nunds--Flrl, Mrs S It Hast.
Ingt's Classy, teennd, Mrs Oeorge H. Pell's,
Wtmpagiio Oueen of He.irls
Chits 471, Winners. Bitches First, Daniel
P. lllirhey't Lady Hlngleader. reserve, Mrs i
S. B. Hastings's Classy
WIP.I7 HAIHF.D I'OV TRBBIRnS '
Clan 4113. Winners, rinirs lTtr.t VlV.ri. 1
Kennels' Vlrkerv wire Itetult. reserve,
Charles R Bedford's Lvnnneld Selerled.
Class 499. Winners. Bitches First. Oeorge
H. Ortnn's fin Hang Jessie, reserve, Howard
liould's HaillrRnuld Trlxle
Class 509. Open. Dogs rirtt. .1 n Thorn
dikes champion Thorneroft Marksman: sec
nnd. J li Hates'., Illarney H-idgrr
Class MO, Winners. Dogs First, J. II
Thorndlke'i champion Thorneroft Marksman-
resirve. J f! Haies's niarney Badger.
class rl !. Winners, Bitches First, John
O Bates's Ttlarnev Belinda, reserve, fi O
Moore's Dromore Heauty
Class 522, Open, Dogs First, Mils M.
Hlngham'a Hruuisfnrd Battler second,
Walenott Kennels' Walescott Kluull.
class f.23, Winners, Dogs First, Mils !.
, Blnghim's Bruntsfnrd Battler, reserve,
Walescott Kennels' Walescott Klupll.
Clnss 52, Open, Bitches First, Wale
I tcntt Kentuls' Walescott Shady Lady; tec
, ond, Walescott Kennels' Waletcntt Fancy.
Class 52s Winners, bitches First. Wale,
tcott Kennels' Walt scntt Shady Ladv, re
i serve, Walescott Kennels' Waletcntt Fancy.
flats MB- Open, dogs First, Mlsi Maud
Kcnnodv'a champion Longmynd Taffltus:
oi nml, Mrs 1. II WjrknfTs Hrynhle llugler.
flats 547 Winners, dogs First. Miss
. Maud Konnedv'a champion Loncmynd Taffl
tut; reserve. Mrs. P. It. WyckofTs Br) nhls
flats 553- Winners, bitches First, Wale
scott Kennels' Walescott Betty.
Class 572 Itedllnvtnn l.rrl.fa- !...
"n" "'itcnes I- iret, Vlllarosa Kennels'
! M A NCH HSTMIt TKIUUKHH.
f lass 675 -Open. ,i,K, nd hitches First,
1 John Chrltchlej 'a llaby, secnnil, Mrs. Frank
lAildtman's champion Leader; third, J. W.
...u.llll n riti.
Class 57li Winners, itnrs nn,1 I.IIK.
First. John Crltihley'a Bahy, reserve, Mrs,
1-rank A.ildyiuan's ihamplnn Leader.
'l-its 65 Schlpperki s. winners First,
I r"" amu man . vv anana s witcn.
Class 59H Open, dogs, brown or chocolate
"" Lena Schilling's Haughty
. . "'" iume; eeciiim,
tra lfa.nl. I
..iKii- n nun o rtnanirr.
(lass r.'is Winners, dogs First, Miss Ken
iieuys i'iiiiierla.Wasp: reserve, Mrs. Rsggls
' Mavhew's Fox Hills The Moor,
lass 1,07 Winners, hitches First fln.i..
j Mountain Ki mil ls' Hanner Princess Nina:
leserve, Swiss Mountain Kennels' Banner
' Dorci n.
class t,m Winners, dogs First, Mrs
John II. Hlnii.v;s M (lee Loj reserve, Miss
Isabel Henjiimln's (io Bang,
Class tiSh Winners, hitches First. Mrs
'". ''.""'".V Warrt'? Hh."g Hal: rea.rre,
I Miss Isabel Benjamin a Al ties Tzo Mo.
class sit, winners, dogs First. Mrs. F.
n; Ainores tin ioisi reserve, Kdwanl F,
tiki Winners, bitches First. Krt.
Ford's Trie Dainty Lady; reserve.
F I'ord a Heauly II
Class 715 Winimrs, dugs Flrtt, Daniel 1
Bin-hex's Tonj Chute The Welcome.
ClasJ 7IK Winners, bitches First, Daniel
I'. ltllchs's Lo of t4Uny Bide. '
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MRH. 1 1. TIO 1,1) NAU.I-K.
By W, B. H.
At n recent kk Inylng enntest White
Leghorns laid the mo.it eggs. ThRl con
firms whnt our snipe of tnste told us,
that to had been eatlnp more White
I-cRhorn ckr Intely thnn any other
It looks its If the only way to restore
white supremacy In the prize rln
would bo for Jnck Johnson to blench
CalllnR a billiard room nn academy Is
like calling a barber shop a tonsorlal
pnrlor, and It mltilit be called tho apoKoo
, . , . ' stantly In llobart's territory nnd penalties
Heinle Zimmerman snys he geta In 1 ,l)t (be score down,
trnlnlns for baseball by plnylnu Rolf, ' Kor Colgate, awartahout played a strong
schools his eye to follow the bnll thnt j game, while Wood starred for Hohatt.
way. To devotees of the links n more Folly of llobart y.a! seriously Injured nml
pertinent point Is what tratnlnB he ilA "
to keep his cyo on tho golf bnll,
There nre vnrlous ways of wlnnlnR n
ball game, but sometimes hunting pulls
The new football rules still give the
smaller colleges n chance. Unven't op
ponents held Vanilcrbllt to 200 points In
two games, nnd didn't Illinois Wesleyan
make three points to mini's 8"?
Judging from tho signs In ball parks
thero are ten persons who drink to one
who wears underwear.
Another pet aversion nf ours In slang:
Hunch for group or crowd or gathering,
such as bunch of undergraduates.
Unman beings nro nut flrecmckers.
Klet en lUleiuls llnvt-rrord,
llAVBSfonp, Pit., Oct, 12, Haver ford
to-day triumphed over Stevens by a rcorc
of 6 to 0, The touchdown wits made soon
after the game began, when consistent
lino plunges by Hmlth nnd I.ulto carried
the hall to the four yard line, whence
Froellchter took It over, After that Ste
vens braced nnd the defepslvo work of
Htietch nnd nurnhitm was largely re
sponsible fm- holding Hitverford from fur
trior venting Toward the end of th
game Hnverfoid lernvried Ihe ball on a
fumble by llriiiUhuvv, and when time
was railed the ball wus on Htevena's
t yard Una.
WESLEYAN GOAL NIPS BROWN.
Hitler lint lie Kndt With Score rit T
tn II and Easlla I lie Hero.
I'ltovinrNCK. fl. 1.. Oct. 12. FlghtliiK
Jake lIlKir.s Wesleyan eleven won a lucky
nam from Bttiwn on Andrew Field this
nftcrnoon. 7 to , On neneral furm Brown
should have won. though Wcaleynn out
playcil her In some departments. This
wits especially true In the worklnn of the
forward- pntB. which the visions playi-d
bCM-n times, for a total gain of ninety
tlif yatils, live of the tries being success
ful. Hrovvn. on the other hand, tried the
play five times, working It only once, nnd
then for twenty ynrda. ,
H Brown cnrrletl the Ugh to Vtcsleyan In
the first period and kept the ball In the vis
tlr.pd' l..rrllr.r.- nil th llmo. Thl IlllllllOn
sinnsl first, 'row titer ntaklnir the touch
flntin ftr 11 Moriiss nf linp nlunget hv Henry
and Tenny Aahliaugh failed 10 kick the
icoal Weslcvan'a score came in the third
period. Willi teams at iiildncld. Ilenrv
mlsM-d a pass hack from centre ami htistls
was nn it like a flash, rtlnnlnc fort y-ftve vards
to the Brown coal line for the touchdovwi.
Ktisli- kickctl the goal. In the last period
liv Mrnight, hanl fontluill. In which the
, Brown team was working heller than at
anv other tlioe tliirinx the itaine ltrnw
rushisi Ihe ball half the length nf the lit Id
I and t'rovvther attain went over the Wealeyan
I line Somchortv wna offside, however.
and the ball went back to Wesleyan's HI
vard line, where Aahliaugh tried it iroal
rrom placement, which rrancis nini-Koi
land tarried back twenty yards. Wesleyan
then reeled off two forward nnsscs In suc
cession that tarried the ball to Browns
yard line and a fumble was all that eaved
I l-angdnn . .
Left guar i .
Klcht end . .
. . . . Francis
!.,-ire Vt'eslei-sn ?! Ilrswn. S
Fusils, Crowther. final from touchdown- Kustn.
Siitistltutes-Wesleyan. (illlls lor Steeb- Durllng
for linlds, (ilenn for ."Course, Nourse for tilenn,
Pctllgrew for Murphy. Kcnnen for IagBren,
Brown-Wade for K. . itiirtihv, McLaughlin for
langdon Heferce-Msr 'tsll. Harvard Utnnlre
Murphy, Harvard. I la t.man Brlles, Brown.
Time uf periods- 12 minutes.
H0BAKT SCORES ON COLGATE.
liela Two Points on Safely Alter
N. V., Oct. 12, Colgate tie-
eateil llobart hej-o to-day by a score of 12
o 2 In n ralnatorm that caused much fum
bling and madn successful forward pusses
Impossible, Colgate scored first on a
blocked kick nnd again as the result of line
plunges from the centre of Ihe field, Hobnrt
scored a safety, due to a blocked kick that a
I Colgate man covered. The piny was con-
. . i-crt end
Williams, Head (inesman-'sprnccr, Dcnnlson.
FENN STATE BIO SURPRISE.
Much Tonlrd W. and J. Humbled by
Score of .TO to .
h'TATK Coi.utor, Pa., Oct. 12. Wash
ington nnd Jefferson's much touted team
wna toyed with by l'enn Mate here Io
day, suffering defeat by a ueoio of 3ft to
0 before the largest crowd that the new
Heaver Field ever saw, Capt, Muutho Is
the Idol of tho students to-night, for his
trusty toe scored three goals from place
ment, and he opened the second half with
a flushing 96 yard run through a broken
Held, His playing, together with State's
defence, totslly disheartened Washington
The lied and Hlack were unable to get
within sti Iking distance of State's goal In
nny pait of tho. game. Miller anil Very
pulled off two slrllnn passes, which netted
scores. Schwab, Oondwln and Cooke e.
celled In the defenco for W, and .1, ami
Young succeeded In getting away for two
good end runs of twenly-thrce amlitwcnty
When They Ho ll's I'urlnlns ftir Myr-
-Hiiii I i .'lit Points,
STltACL'sr, ,. Y., Oct. 12. After being
held to no scoie In the llrst two periods,
the C.irllsle Indians nwtttnpcd Syiacuse
University tn-day by it score of "3 to
ii In the thltd nnd fourth quarters. After
the first ten minutes of play it dry Meld
vns turned Into n sen of mud and for
twenty minutes the trams stiitgRled In a
heavy tain and n stronr; wind which
I It seemed for a time would end the con
The Carlisle tenni was all Thorpe, It
was he who made all the big coins. Dur
ing the last few minutes of play he was
taken out to rtit.
Left guard . . . . t .
Left halfback ....
Went halfback . . .
Johnson . .
Touchdowns-Theme. 3: Powell. 2.
Thorpe, a. .Substitute Armstrong for Ayllng
McKiugott for Prohst, lirelock ror Areas,
firoesback for Thorpe, Darbv for Johncor,
Hcfrree Laneford. Trinity I'mnlre- Bergen,
Princeton. Linesman- 1'van. Williams. Time
of quarters- 15 minute.
NORWICH WINS BY KICKS
Thompson's Tito 1. oats l-'rnm i'telil
llmnlilr. Iltil- Cr
Woni'i sir'n. M.ths.. Oct. I'.'. Xorwlih
Cnlverslty by better all around playins to
day defeated the Holy l rosa eleven on
I'ltton Kield t! to 0. 'Ihe visitors kicked
troal in the opening and third period for
the only score In the closely fought contest.
To-tlay'ri gridiron buttle wns the first to
be played at home by the Holy Cross eleven
anil every clliirl was made by the local
collegians to win over their Connecticut
t-roni Ihe opening of the first 'ntnrter of
the conteal both teams louirht htt-J, with
the .orv. ten
tnlveisiiy men proving thai'
better (irtlsla at breaking throuqli the line
and holillntr the ball when It tell Into their
i,n,u hiir. in ihe li, .i-i,,,. t ,.r,,,u i.n,
tlu Held 'Ihompson oiitclassad the Holy
Cross kit ker.
Norw ch t'nlv
.Left end. .
.. .. I l-kctt
. .. Hrett
B. 1 ee
Itlcht guard .
i eft halfback
Score .N'orwlrh t'nlversltv. f.
finals from Held Thnmmon. 2 Suhstltotr Nor
vi h h I'nlverlty--O'l,owd for Klmhall Holy Cross
rahlllfo; DaNlli. lavV'fJvr'Vf.pi'iiic'rgrHi:
(Vlnolc for Donman. McCnrihyr Mulilns for
.Meiivirr tor iireit, uuinn tor i emu. 1 ngei.
i sre . t arnionuy tor u. i.ee, uonovan ror tiraw
Icy I'mnlre Butler, Won-cster High lleferfe
'.liirke, Wcn csierTeth. I Piesmsn C asey, Holy
Crts Time I'our 12 minute periods,
THE ONLY AMERICAN CAR
TO FINISH IN THE
GRAND PRIZE RAGE
VANDERBILT CUP RAGE
MILWAUKEE, OCT. 2d.
These wonderful performances brove
beyond a shadow of doubt the durability
and reliability of the cars.
The Sturdy Stutz during 1911 and
1912 has shown a consistent racing rec
ord unequalled by any other car in the
STUTZ MOTOR GAR CO.
1804 BROADWAY, CITY
'Phone, Columbja eitl
Thu Kentuckr Futurity ha been rcrsl
nineteen time and not ones has It been
marred by n mdlrrrre contast. t.ast
week's brilliant victory of Manrlro w(
so far In adrnnoe of all other thrst.yvr.
old racing aa to make It tm Incompts.
henslble that a trotter of aueh tender its
should have been able to win a race in
which aeren heats, all In one afternoon,
were as fast as any colta ever trotted a
alnule heat excepting two, and that tha
winner, fighting out every heat, ehould hat
retained the speed and stamina to coma
back the .seventh round In 3:07!,' faster
by two and one-iiiarter seconds thnn
any aped trotter ever raced a cor
tespondlnv heal. The one great iMson
his extraordinary race teaches la thu
horses have been brought to aueh a Marts
j of perfection In breeding, faat reaching,
I If they have not already reached It, tha
point where the trotter, like the runner, it
.1 years of age has about aa much speed
as he ever will have.
I Maniico should have been a chimplnri
all season. He was very fast early In July,
but loat form within a week and ht did not
ahow si in a of retraining form until three
I weeka ago, since which time be- has come
I raster In speed and In courage thin wit
I ever before known In a colt. He was bred In
Michigan, was nominated In the futurity
by a'Kenf.icklan and la owned in California.
Manrlco comes from the lUrcn Wilkes
l family that Is famous for its futurltr win-
nine pi-coll vltles, no less than eight of them
having won this futurity, while several
: others have won other futurities. He It
I by Sloko. the brother to Bumps, 2.03V,
nnd son of Karon Wilkes. Hla dam, Silur
ian, belongs to another Wilkes branch that
has the futurity winning habit, as she Is
by Wilton, out of Silhouette, by Aloyona,
second dam, Hllverlopk, dun of tha old
time trotter Sltierone. r.".l!,,f. An Sllurisn
is nn own alster to Silicon, herself wlnnsrof
Jts.ooo and dam of ihe great fllllko. by Jloko,
this colt, Manrlco, and the International
champion, Klllko, nre almost full brothsrs,
In other words they are by the same sirs
and out of full sisters. The futurity, In
addition to haling been by long odds the
faateai six hent race, by three-year-olds
the records macie ny Manrico, i:ur;, ana
I Ilaldy MeOregor. 2:07i. have been excelled
Carlisle. bv only two colts ond the record of Hnvth
willlam mell. 2.0H, has teen excelled by only two
Calac rating fillies,
. , .... .... .... ..j ,.
me train ni isitiaviin is snie ntm it is
fat through tho three-eighths down tha
bacltttretch, but for rapidity covering
S.'.'K) feet It does not compare with North
Kundnlt or Columbus, hence the mile In li.M
by I hlan was all the more remarkable.
Through the fast piece of footing on the
Lexington track he trotted Ihe middle
half In .'.K seconds, a 1:36 gall, and luvlni
now shaded the 1:5s!,' of IrOti Dillon he
hushes the criticism so long heard that the
world's record for a trotter was a wind
shield performance, I hlan la not a younc
horse as champions are counted these dais,
aa he Is loming ft i ears old. His ptevloi.s
best performance. i:3'( was msae tno
tears ago. and this year he has been to
St. I'etersbnrg and back since May I and
, m,lmmr aimoat died from tatsrrhil
There will bis racing at Iexington team
this week, after which the big ring trotters
and pacera will go Into winter quarter.
The Breeders Association has reserved sums
of Its best events for the wlndup of the
racing season. On Monday the Champion
ship Stallion Stake, for three-year-old
trotters and worth about lio.our), will be
raced, but as Ilaldy McCregor, Adlen and
I'rlncess Todd tire tho only stars eligible
Interest or the day Is likely to centre around
i J"" ;7V1f 'Yi.oirf'V ' . 7 v.l K
r ,hlrn. ,l"VY'd,1:' 'S!hj? rZXZ i.m..
'ho bought Castleton harm from Jamei
I "',, I,ta"d" ,l0.n?,?r'.. 'J.r. ?.r.liu!l't
the 2:12 clasa It will be charncterled br
me siTteentn ana unai name 01 tne seaicn
between Baden, Ksther W Huth Mctiregcr
tinrl llAVi, llnll
tin Tuesday the Lexington Rtske for
two-year-olds will be raced for the thlrtt
seventh time: this and tho Kentucky Stake
for three-year-olds that will come In
Thursday are the oldest fixed events on
the turf, having been rsced without Inter
ruption save In tsO.l sinte lJ.
fin Wednesday another new event for
i lxlngton will be decided. This is l lie
I October I'rle or as.oiio ror 2. trotn
trot ters.ai tl
it will blrng together the good mares Helen
Hll'es. -jrce'i: Cheenv. 2.iJJli: Zarrlne. 2S.71 .
' Mill s.llon Anvil 3.J. The Ashlar'
. B ;tske a race for 2.-J0 trotter and one of
, ,,r ii'v imm meiiiii i niiuirt , n nto i u
item uaineii in nunor oi nenry lir) i nonie
steed, will be the feature of the wlndup o.i