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THE SUN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1912.
THE NEWEST FOOTBALL
Navy's Dcfent by l.oliiph 'IVnm
Biirsrcst. Upset of Senson
SWARTILMOJtE TO TUB FORE
Yalo ranipaitrn rrocccds Evenly
Cornell Shows Spirit of
Tlif newest football continue tu lie
rhatced with urtlon mill full of v.irety In
th" way points me lielnp scAictl, The mtme
Ii.i.h lost nuiclt of tin' dullness of lust year.
I'erh.ips tile fiirt that better mentis base
lieen provided with which to scoto has
put moic dash imil council nee In hII the
tennis. All "nits of thing lime tieen hup
I'i'iiliu, nt any tate, anil It Is h.ml as ever
to i ntiii to ,i satisfactory conclusion In
ratlin: the ultlniHte possibilities uf the dif
"nt of a loniparatlve liiickKrnutirl pup"
Pwiiithinnro mid fells 1Vims Ivanl.i. and
IViiii hail been suing along nicely In the
first rank. The Swnrlhiiinrc defeat doesn't
necessarily mean that Penn doesn't he.
long theie anil won't lllilsh thele, The
.Swiirthiiinto team was sluing rather than
I'eim w.is weak, had It plays better de
veloped unci probably caught Penn when
the latter' native strength wasn't sulll
clently perfected to handle such stiff oppo
sition i:ery once In n while Sw iirtlunore
oines to the front w lib a first class eleven,
unly a week befnie conquering Penn
v,iithiiKire put Lafayette hw.i. to 0.
which was f! point mine than Vale made
Although the defeat of Penn was unex
pected It wasn't as much n as the set
hack the Xiivy recelxed at the hands of
Lehigh. With nil due respect to Lehigh,
which team made 11 splendid lecovery In
the week followlm. a trouncing by Prince
ton. It Is evident that the Navy eleven Is
In the earliest stages of development ami
also has a lone way to go before reach
ing the form which wllh the coin) ma
teiial theie Is every reason to expect will
tie i cn bed.
I.ehiwli was put down ns weak when
Hi- Tiger. beat them 3u to u. but a team
must he pretty good that cm beat the
.v.iv 11 to a at any stage. Lehigh may
have had nn off day .mnlnst I'rlnceton.
.it a ni'iie logloil assumption Is that
I'rlpi-tttn Is plalni5 With a good deal or
early mcisoii speed and not lolling up hie
scores entirely because uf the wcakniR
pf opposing eleven.
At Princeton they nte still shifting
plajeis tiylug to s'rlke the best eomhtrin
t Hid 1'urltig the week Pendleton went
from halfback to quarter and then back
to half Ills Individual capabilities are
such that he seems to be more valuable
at half thmi nt quarter If a satisfactory
man to die the signals can be found.
Still, ai'ide fiom slgiril Kit Ins and drlv
1ns the team, matter of considerable Im
portance, quartet hicks mid halfbacks
nowadays are, In offensive duties, differ
ent In rcely In name only.
Vale's camp.llcit Is piocecjlng evenly
ni'd steadily. The worcs made by the
Klis against oppoiKtits are not nt all In
i"eslte when compared to what other
M-tfii hate done itgulnst the same op
ponent", but the New llif u team lias
shown Improvement with every came and
1 not hunying. Isplte small n-ores It
hasn't been hard pressed. The Prt hard
came will come next Saturday at West
Point. Ilnth Vnle and the Army hove
shown stout and consistent defensive
plaj ing i!l season, but neither has been
njralnt .tq.v thins Jlki as hard it same
fis will he met next b'atuiday.
defence against the forward pass Is
still wot i vine both llarvnrd and Yale.
William cut loose HKilnt llarvaid with
the best series of mi'' best ctccilted lot of
f'inarrt pat-scs of the season. Some team
I s ic to shoot a foiiv.ird pas oter the
d al line on a hlg team one of these
!.? unless the big teams guard ngalnst
th play better than the.t are doing, l.c
hich put through one of these plas on
the midshipmen and It Is surprising that
the maiKeuvre lias not been tried nftener.
With the smaller teams within striking
A tdnee of a bin rival's goal line, a field
anal prerentr a mote likely way of mnk
.nc n fen much ib sited iijin.i nnd Is
us tally chosen In prcfeience to the mor;
rl-1 InjT play.
Thr Coiiiell team showed a good fighting
l..it In pulling out a vlctort otei N. Y
1'.. paitlcularly af'cr bavin,: b..eu maulel
n couple of tint -a. The Cinvll victory
vas all the mote eicdltable Lcrviiso won
uphill work. At the same time It was
hll exrillent shotting by N. Y V
The Vnnderbllt eleven, with :.9 points
In three games to opponent' 111. tie, has
been the heaviest seiner of the season,
other totals are -Is follows, showing that
trams ngalnM which no touchdowns have
been made nt.. Harvard, Yale. Swarth
more. Trlnlt, At my, Penn State mid
Harvard, 3 four ranus; Yale. M S,
Inur ca.ns Prititeion. 17. , rour Kiinies;
1"mn, 15 i. (p.. KS'iits. Crfrnill. 21
four names. Cnhsle 7 m amn; Dart,
moiiili. p four names. Ilromi. ij ;,
("Jf same" Veleaii, :4 ::, four tamrf.
Lj-hitii. n j; four cames. l.afaFtte, '.'Q
1 ihie tamr-Coleate i three sanies;
raei.-. i.- u ihree crnnpn: Williams, so
ihree ruines Trinity ltd 0. three jainet;
i.eoicrtreui. t, .i. three names; Amheral,
: .'3. ihre tamps. Snarthmore, 153, Ihree
lame.; y r i.. n two B1ie'; Army,
It. 0. two games .Savj. 717. two tunics.
PRINCETON NOT GLOATING.
Opposlni; Tennis m Mronx llnoiiuli
In Test llniU or Defence,
.1 . ) t II. With the
the tip st so-cnlled "hie
iMtnc . the Timers' schedule, less than
t V" trv rf. the or.uu.. and Mink fol-
w 1 1 aie Loer-uny (, I'rincetori
'i'ti put tlti;MiKh some stiff work he.
i "n now and J t ln i ;r,. when the con
' with the (Irceji ill take tdacer
v. -teiilay's sam'i althouKh In several
" i s en.'ouiaKlni,', was In other lesjtects
' unsatisfactory. The Tlaeis have yet
'neet ,m eleven with a real line or anv
'i - ippioachlns a strong defenie, and
'n I su''h Is the case It will be Impossible
' -11 Just how much strength Cunning
"it l.Kht set of foiwards can Keneiate.
I i Imped that both l.shlsh and V. I.
I mid mine to Princeton with sttom:
'i 'i-,i ilevens, bu. such did not ptove
' ' ie (,ne. with the result that the
" i k.i c stionstii of the Oranxe and
1 ' fui uaids is still n mystery. Tho
mn. i 'mo of the defence, us In none of
i.ulv seai-on battles lias Princeton
1" i n..,,pri h a stiniii: attacklnc ma
' " wi mismI in either old style or
I ' -'vie foothall.
v I' I had pus-rsfclon of the ball for
' w fe niltuites jesterday. and
"i' "a-hi it was impossible to tell
'' '''" I i" iniilil do on the defensive,
" ,h" ' fl lb" Tmer foi-varda seemed
' 11 shift much better, hut
l " el too hlKh, with the result
' ' del ot lake men- npponenl out
' i I i.i a nr.itly as the shift should
' 'i"'ii in dn it was only tho fact
Sintni nii is si.cnicil to be baffled
-e.f self and to have no defence
' ihat iiiabbil tho Princeton
i ' n so i niKlstenil.v.
, "" i ii oura-,'liu: fen I tire of tha
1 1 "ii iipm .nam e of tlaces of an
' ' y i the first time thlH sea
i-i Ktuld tn.-n showiil n tendency
i' oil of the lunner and block
" 1.1' Kici'S ,, ,. ,,lnH ,M
"i1'1 dishi". 'J'he same wiis
, " "' i ibid, the Individual
l' inn. ii iiiiroved.
' ' '' iiiattehaek, did
, ' '' 'alii that he will
is va i.enh With Wat
1 .ker 8iid He Witt all showlnB
euo - ,i . 1"',ll,aK' there It A
Jltu,l . ' en'tion may be returntd to
YALE GETS SIGNALS MIXED.
r.meh Hone nr KH Old Not
Kiiovt What In ll Acnlnst l.ufnyette
Xkw Havk.v, Oct. 13, -Inability to under
stand Hie slcnals diirlm; tlie Kama trn
elven to-nlxlit by llend t'oarh Hone a (I
criticism of (lie work of Yale in the game
with Lafayette yesterday, when Lafayette
was defeated IS ton.
"Tlie work with the signal Inex
cusable." said Cnpl. Ilowo to-niitht. "The
men didn't seem In understand what Cor
nell was trying to do half of the. time,
especially during tb' first period. The
Katno line shown us that there Is a great
deal of work (or til to, do before the West
Point came at the end of this week."
There will be secret practice nt the field
nil tho week nnd besides this there will he
blackboard talks in tho ityniuiiHlum each
night. The men will not have a rest to
morrow unless the heat I excessive hut
I here iw III bo four days of hard practice,
with a Hcrimtnnifo each day, before the team
leaves for West Point l rlday
Tho men nil come out of the name Satur
day In good shape, i here are onlv two
injured men on the squad, One of them Is
furnish, the quarterback, who ha a had
muscle bruise, nnd probably pulled a ten
don, which will keep him atvny from West
Point, mid the other Is Homelsler, whose
shoulder is so badly Injured that he will
piohahly not be played before I he game
Hirnlnsl Prim eton.
I ho first string barks nt West Point will
be Spalding, l lliin, nnd either Castles or
I'ullhiii, the latter hnviiiK the pull because
of his creatcr experience. ( onch Howe
to.day sent for the following couches;
(ilnss, tloss, Paige, lligelow, Lilly and
CORNELL SEES A LIGHT.
Nollcenblr Improvement Assnlnat '
V. I . Dispels Karly doom.
IriitrA.N. V.. Oct. 1.1. - While the Cornell
team's showlne In the game with New York
I nlvrr ity was not such a great Improve
ment nt In warrant nny wild elallnn, a hit
of the gloom that has be-n hanging over
tho unilergra'dunle community since the
first of theenrly senson def at lins been dfs.
pcllrd, The Ithacnni were more fortunate
than usual In yesterday's game, none of
l he platers having sustained serious In
juries, the first time since the sen on opened
thnt t e slnte has been ele'in, In fact the
coaches expect thnt the squad will be
strengthened this week bv the reporting
t work of thet.i Whyles, last year's centre
nnd right halfbnck, who have been laid out
since the Oberlln gnme. There s a chance
that Cain. Duller, who is limping nboul nn
ii inne. nny get into the lineup this week,
Although Tnher in running Hie team vvrli
1'ie llliai nns nils Holler's klckln . Taiicr'a
Iierformnnee yesterday wns considered tho
test bit of Individual work on Cornell's
part KITorls are to be made this week to
improve the playing of I he forward. Miinns,
l.nrrowe nml M elm IT y fsllin down badly
on the defence in the first half of yvslerday's
game. The co-iclirs made notes of tnnny
Inults to be corrected, but nlthough the
Ithncans are undoubtedly far behind what
they shodil be, even the slighttsl gain is
Loaches, students and football players
rend Hlght Wing' nr. Iclo In Tub Si'.v to
day with the utmost e.igernes. It was
widely circulated among Die undergradu
ates and attracted much attention.
TWO POLO GAMES ON AT ONCE.
.tllss Hmlly llanilotph Handles a
.Mnllet n the .ev Field,
Wheati.v Him, X. Y.. Oct. 3. There
were two good games of polo this afternoon
on the old and new fields of the Phlpps
estate. I.ach was enmmenred nt :i:to and
there nern muny to appreciate and ap
plaud first class polo ns plaved by the Inter
national stars on the old field.
The game on the new Held lined up: lleda,
I.. V. Stoddard, .laspar llaeon nnd !. P.
Orare- Whites. A. H. Burden, Miss Kmlly
Randolph and T. I. lloutlllier. 1 he score
was h to 7 In tavorof the Whites.
i here were two falls, one on account of
Mr Moildanl's pony slipping and the other
when .Mr. oncon s mount stepped on A uail
and carried ner ritier uowti.
On the old Held the game was fought
spiritedly and was a contest worth seeing
It ended in a score of L to M'ln favor of the
Whites. I. neutt N rites, u. .Millmrii. C,
L.. liumsey, (,. .Mlinurnnno vv.ii.iaiew, pack
lleds. II l Whitney. L. Wnterbury, It.
Ilacon, Sr , nnd M. Waterhury, back.
SPECTATOR PUNCHES SOCCERITE.
lllbers TaLe Possession of Field anil
Slop thr Oamr.
The scheduled contest between the
Newark K. C, champions of the first
division last year nnd the New York Cel
tic, champions of the second division,
came to an end abruptly ten minutes
before time jesterda.v when the crowd
surged upon the field, and forced the
referee to call the game. The Celtics
were leading, two goals to one, but whether
they will be credited with ft tlclory or
not will have to be decided by the execu
tlte board of the league.
It was alleged that In a controversy on
the side lines between a spectator nnd
a Xewmk player the former struck the
soccerlte. At once n big crowd nssembled
on the playing tleld and the game was
stopped The contest took place at Jas
per Oval. Phillip and Duffy scored the
two goats for lh New York Celtics, while
Itussell tallied once for the Jerseyltrs.
firadtxell Scores Three (inala.
The Wanderers soccer team of Brook
lyn showed marked Improvement over
their game last week, but the combination
work of the True lllue proved too much
for them, and they were defentrd at Wil
lard Park, Pateison, by 3 goal to I The
Wanderers' new goal keeper, elbert,
proved a tower of strength.
After a half hour of play Gradwcll
made the first tally for the tittles, nnd be
fore the interval was leached he repeated.
In the second session Qallow tallied for
the Wandeiers, hut drain ell settled mat
ters when he banged In his third ronl.
l.rhlgb Planning: for Htu Oauir.
Sot'Tll HrTHl.mi.ll, Pa , Oct. Kxcept.
for minor bruises all of 1-ehluh' victorious
eleven came out of the grent struggle with
the Navy yestetday in goml condition,
liesldent Coach Keady liegan lo plan nt
once for the contest tilth Hnverford next
Saturday This is the main liner's biggest
game tiehigh to-dav whs still lubllant
over the great comeback of Hie eleven. It
was .'in w telle, the fleet end, and not Vela,
who scored Lehigh's second touchdown on
l'aettl's forward pass, Centre Wylle nnd
(iiiards (irumbnch and Illaiirn shared the
playing honois with Capt. Pazetti yen.
l.rit llrnken In Soccer t.anir,
Harry Pelie. 21 yeats old, a member
of the St (Jeorgo United snco-r team, had
his right leg broken w hen he came In con
tact with an Alhlon halfback while teai
Ing down the field at Macomb' a Dam Park
jeaterday. He was removed to the ford
ham Hospital. The Alblons won the game,
3 coals to u.
tltlirr Stirrer llrsiilt.
Al .lrrey City th' Clan McDuffs triumphed
over thr Washington I' (' hv I coal ton.
At Mr.npiftto Oval, llrnnklin. a large crowd
Uncart the Clan McDonalds ami Ynnker light
for ninety minutes with draw of I goal each
At Van Cortland! Park lite Over Sras anil
Angln-Saxnns elriens plard a no srorlnv fame
In a second division ,'cw York Male League
The Hungarian I. C snrrtimhel to the ("nluni
tils Oval flevrn al Van ('nrtlariitt Park by 3 goals
Hi n .SliAtiliol'tt, J, and II, lltjnv I, ueis Die
Tba Clan jlcKeiule were drfratri h the
llrnnklin ( cities nt Celtic lirlil, llrnol. Ivn. hi t
S us la to ii. Walton talllcl I line goals, uhlle
wens nnnenctl the diner.
At Van Cortland! Park the Pulton I' c. lowered
the inlnrs of the Corinthians In A, goals In 1
Hutchinson, 3. Mchevltt, Have amt MrKlllop
were the point griters fur tho winners, while
Denby sriirrl the liners' gnal,
At Van Cortlandt Park the (ierman V C de
feal1 ihf Spanish Americans hy the miesldel
trore of a oals tn n. The point fetters were
A. Van der Weghe. 3. I'ngrike, C. )lelr. J Mat
krll and llflrh-aagen, 1 apiece.
The St. Oeorie K. C. soccer team rtefettel the
Carrier on in a York State League cdnleit
at Macomb't Dam rark yeiiernay b i coin too.
Gtrllng tallied the flrtt point In the first half and
Newman tended toe tccoad la tba Oat I peiloa
Horsemen Enthusiastic Over the
Sport of Kinjrs Revival nt
MANY CONVERTS TO HACIXfl
No Longer Dcrogntory to He in
n Racing Crowd Entries
Men who have followed rating for years
for the sake of the sporl and apart from
the money to he made throug'i siic'ssful
wagers were pleased beyond measure with
the splendid success achieved hy the newly
formed Piping Itoek Itaclng Association at
lis Inaugural meet ing on Saturday. Started
originally ns a mean of providing nn old
fashioned hunt meet for the benefit of the
Long Island society set, he venture was so
ably managed thai II developed until pretty
nearly every real racing man was Interested
In lis outcome,
Turfmen from far and near hetran lo take
an active part In tho arrangements nnd the
modest little meeting grew nlil when the
day for tho races came there were more
horses named f r tho seven events than
rouhl be found on the card on a big day nt
Hheepahead or llelniont Park. Frederick
lohnson, one of the old stnndhys, brought
horses from the commercial track at Haiti
mote and was rewarded hy winning the
six furlong dash with his fast Peep o'Day
coll Light o'my Life. F Ambrose Clark,
who ten years ago was prominent In the
steeplechase end of the game, with dim
McOlhbon, Howdy nnd other good ones.
Invested Jj.issi In a Jumper for I e meet,
and further than that too a more active
part by riding Alan Pin erlon's Wlndrew
into third place In the Wheatley cup event
for hunters. In the old dny Mr. Clark
used frequently to ride his horses lo victory
on the big tracks, hut a fall in the hunting
Held In Lnglnnd dampened his nrdor and
until this revival he took little or no Interest
The three-year-old Meadowsweet I tint Mr.
Clark purchased lo carry his colors proved
that he had not lost hi keen Judgment of
horseflesh, for the Hy won tlie llrook
Champion trophy from the biggest field
that started over the jumps. Old
timers said that Ihev had never seen a mnre
promising three-year-old than this daughter
of Yankee, nnd her owner was so pleased
with her performance that he contemplates
sending her lo Knglnnd for racing through
the field that will be in full swing from now
until next March. It may he that this
attempt to revive racing here will lead to
an American owner winning the classic
(Irnnd National for the first time. Ilnrry
Payne Whitney wns another I o make entries,
nnd though August llelniont had no nomina
tions, hi son August llelmont, dr.. wns
one of the subscribers lo the pony subscrip
tion event nnd another of his sons, llay
mond, rode I he entry.
Society rallied to the support of the
plurkv promoters antl attended In such
numbers thnt it Is likely the financial loss
exiecled will be very small nnd II ninv be
that with the exception of the original out
lay for the course the meoting may result
in a small balance nn the right side of the
ledger. That, however. Is a matter of small
moment compared with the obvious fact
that these plucky adventurers have proved
that there nre people who are prepared to
pay money for the enjoyment of n great
sport without tho prospect of reaping a
reward from the bookmakers.
The crowd was thoroughly representa
tive of the best society nnd business con
tingents of the city nnd If there were any of
the gambling fraternity present they kept
very much In the background. Men of all
professions were among the crowd thnt
promenaded on the lawn lietween tho races
antl there wns no surprise when one of the
clergy was noticed looking over the beauti
ful nrrnv of cups that aro tn reward the
efforts of the gentlemen riders. With
racing on such a plane it tan be no longer
considered derogatory to be seen at the
There are two days more of the meeting,
the next being on Wednesday, when the
army officers will have n chance to try their
skill m er the Jumps In theTrvon Hall Armv
steeplechase. The Anal of the pony sub
scription race will he reserved for Saturday,
when the four first in each of Saturday's
trials will compete for the 5,.'jvi purse,
The entries for Wednesday follow.
The lloogrr nod Championship Calloway
Plate- live furlongs on the flat- Hc bourne, PIS:
Culvert, 1SJ: Petit Chevaiu. IM; .lack Cade, tss;
Cricket. IW: Pam. lis; The chief, lis: Mollle (ilh
son. IW; nut inns. Hi; peter. 141: riynsle. lis;
.Ntiljrlt. It:; hinderhnnk. HO: Aunt Ileal. 1(0.
The Tryon Hall Army Steeplechase About
two and a half mllrs-st. Anrelo. las; Knltht
of r.lwav. IM: Tamnlcn. IAN: Cos Ntrsiis. IU'
V.ngs. 111. Hannah Loulte, I&2; Kyrat. tU; Klnne-
lun. itii; itosrtierg il.. lao; (nuiwick. I.Ml.
The Dosurls Plate QualMcd hunters, about
two and a half miles! tiold Plale. lts;Tlllle IJ., 1(12;
Web Carter. IM: Winkle. ISA; Tourney. 113: Casual.
ISO; L'hacuis. IM; Supplement, lie; Juttlcr, 110;
The Mattnneroek Plate Selling handlrap.
steeplechaae. about two miles- O'Connor. IM;
Country (luy, IK): (iallln. 1; Young Morpheus,
HJ: lampblack. 144: Pilot II., js; joe Ul. lit;
Macedonian, I3. Coventry. 133: Jiilla Armour. M;
Heferee. 138: Plutocrat, 1S.J: Million. IJJ: Fault
less, lis: cherKh. I3S: Missing Cup. Ml; nice
Uraln. HI: Oroco. ISO; Darkness. ISO; Hegard
less. 130; (iatenian. Isu; Wooltei, 132.
The Innovation Plate. Selling handlrap, one
mile and a quarter on the Mat Colonel Ash
meade, 12s: Charles F. (iralnger. 120: Willing, lis;
Morhltl, IIS; Planter. 11: Faultless, 112: Joe lll.
110. Kndymlon. 110: sickle, ton; Itobatliir, too.
Lord Direct, 100; Almandlne Huby, 100, Chanlda,
NEW CROSS-COUNTRY CLUB.
. Ilouls Wins Klrat Knn if V. .VI.
C. I,, al Collrae Point.
The Young Men's Catholic Lyceum of
College Point made Its entry Into the
cross-country field yesterday by holding
a run over a three and a half mile course
In the vicinity of the clubhouse. Severnl
metropolitan athletes crossed the titer to
teach the young Idea how to run with
the result that V. Douls of the Oztinam
A, C. finished first and Harry Parkin
son of the llradhurst Field Club second.
Jimmy Wenfel, the track captain of the
.. C L, , tut out the pace for the via
llors, but had lo give way to Joe Los
gar, who made n game fight nnd finished
third for the home ilub. There were thirty
statters. The order of finish of the llts't
Po Name and Club lils.
1 v iioins, uranatn v t la no
2 Harry Parkinson, llradhurst K. C. . . la na
3 '.loe LtiMtar. V. M. C I, u 13
( tlernle suellelt. Pennant A. O ... um
ii- v. nerioui, avIer a. a u sa
ft j. soukup, v . m. c. 1 mm
1 -Jimmy vtinrnr, t . Al. t:. 1, In 14
Mc carter. Ozanam A. A in in
- n. 1 oriuniti. uranani ,t. ,t 211 (is.
1U -jun nseii) , 1 .vi. 1. 20 IS
NELSON LEADS BIO FIELD.
Ittinnern From Jinny Clnbs Fall lo
II old Mornlniisldr Men,
Oscar Nelson of the Mornlngslde A. f
led the field of tblrl.v-slx athletes In the
regular weekly run of thai club yesterday
Many repiesentatlves of ot(ier clubs took
part, but the home organization supplied
both first and second, aa J. Manning, an
other Mornlngsldn man, followed Nelson
over the line. Manning led for the first
half of the Journey with HroKnti of the
.Mercury A. C and Croup of the Knights
of St. Anthony lit close attendance. Then
Nelson went to the fiont and at the finish
had n lead or pin yards.
The order of finish of the first ten !
Pns. Name and Club
I o Nelson, Mnrntngslde AC . .
'.' -J. Manning, Mornlngkldr A (
.1 A, llrotnn, Mercury A C
1 W Cronp, Knights of SI. Antony.
.1 W llurke. I'nlon Settlement A. C
a It. (lets, llnlv Crosi Lyceum
7 M liarvan. Moll listen A. c
. 211 is
P Nnrnian, Wtirr.lnirMite A. ('
C Tlnimlnv. Mm r.inrdlile A (V
to J. brenn'ren, Morrlngslrle A, C
At .VevT nronsnrlck, , J,
Philadelphia Athletic 0 0 l o o ft n n 2-3 "7 Ej
Net Bruntslck noPonnnno-A 4 f
Bauejlea-miter and Lee jar New Rrunavleki
a?ltakt4 Uppi 9sadtr tad fkttnM fair ",t1lnr
FLYNN TO FIGHT McCARTY.
nnx In San Francisco Thankajtl vlnaj
Ilay Tars In tlarilen This F.ve.
Fireman Jim Flynn, who Is hete for
the first time since he wns def.'ii ej by
Jack Johnson at Las Vegua, vvaa n'Jr
prised jrsterdny lo hirn that Al Kauf
man bud been stopped In quick tlm." hv
Luther Mccarty, the Missouri heavy
weight. Flynn, sine that Kaitfmnn would
take McCarty s measure, recently signed
attlcles to meet the former In 11 twenty
round battle In Frisco on Thanksgiving
"I didn't believe McCurty had a clmirc
to beat Knufmnn." said Flynn yesteidny,
"but now I'm going to the ("oast to box
McCartv Instend on Thanksgiving Day,
na I agreed to meet the winner of Satur
day's bout. McCarty must be 1 ptetty
fair sort of n fighter, or he could.i't have
whipped Knufmnn nnd Jim Harry uf Chi
cago. I'll come buck In December for a
crack at PiiIjut or Hombardler Wells."
Flvnn ndmltH that he got nothing out
of the Johnson mill except a rickety ntito
mobile which Promoter Cutley handed to
him as 11 reward for the licking he te-
ntw. ul.1.ti' ilUnitss...! ten totllid bnttle
between Johnny Coillon, America's ban
tam champion, and Kid Williams of Hal-
i...A... n,nt I,.. HAMilnit tn Mndlsoti SoUflle
Clnrdcn Friday night, The weight condi
tions call for 116 pounds ringside. Will
i. n mniln riatitfl strides this vear.
He hns whipped nil comers decisively nnd
Is generally rennraett as ine mosi lormio-
nble opponent lor couion ni me present
time. Wllllnms has been (ruining for
more than three weeks for this 'affair
and will be heavily backed. Coulon will
be here to-day and la said lo be 111 al
u.nin, ml.. nti of the Harden A. C.
savs that I'ncle Snm's snllors who have
been Invited to box for championship
belts In the various clnssea this evening
will not be Interfered with by Admiral
Osteihnus. The tnrs will box one another
nnd will receive no money rnr their ser
..i.n. Th... ij.ii round bouts InvoUing
navy championships will nfford plenty of
fun. Phil scniossnerg oi ine ew iimin
shlre, who won the heavyweight title In
iQA- m.iii Wiv Tim floffnn of the Con
necticut, who recently stood Luther Mc
carty off for six rnunns in i-nnntieipnin.
Tommy league or ine .viicnignu ami
ti ... .. nih.'l.i nt fli Vnw lltimnahlrn will
.iiiiioi,, Hiiiii'i " -- ,
box for middleweight honors. Andy King
of the Arkansas antl limy .tnevun oi ine
Florida will protiile ine inira event.
Tk..Mi Via a (nn round affair between
Young Shugrue of Jersey City nnd Jimmy
Coffey of Hnrlem. too.
Tnt. Tlpln,a nnt' flMiirV ftVPf T.Anrh
Cross Inst week strengthens his demand
.. Kn.it ...Itti PimL'nv MnPrirtanil It
will not be surprising If a ten round bout
between these star noxcrs is arranged in
a few days, the weight being 135 pounds
.. . i nMnnb Itrltln. lia nlnnti' nf rtnss
nnd ring sharps say McKarland will have
to travel at rt lively rate lo otiipoint mm.
Wh.n Mlk nlhhons nnd F.ititlc Mr.
eMri,. .l Inln tht rtnff npit month to
decide the ciucstlon.of supremacy In the
middleweight class !t Is predicted that
Oibbons will be a strnnK favorite. Mc
Ooorty's showing with Denning and Leo
Hoiick last weeK made tne toiiowers or
Gibbons laugn in tneir sieevcs.
The Forty-fourth Street Sporting Club
will open nn Thursday night. Leo llouck
will meet Freddie Hicks In one bout and
Young Hrown, who recently defeated
Tommy Murphy, will meet Joe Thomns In
another. One more ten rounti nout win rss
staged and In all probability Young
Sammy Smith and Tommy Maloney will
be the principals.
IMPROMPTU BRUSH PLEASES.
Mrans and Mnrphy Match Old Fa
Torltrs nn Speedway.
An Impromptu race which took place on
the upper Speedway stretch yesterday af
ternoon In connection with the matinee
meeting Off the lload Drivers proved of
quite as much Interest as the schedule
brushes. The contestants were two old
favorites, Nathan tftraus's gray trotler
Denver nnd James A. Murphy's black pac
ing mare Coast Marie.
Theoretically the mare hnd the better
of the encounter, owing to her gait, but
Mr. Straus wns willing and as after events
proved he hid nothing to fear from the
little black whirlwind. Denver won In
straight heats and It was a pity that tho
timers did not have the watches on them,
for the pace was fast. .
There were eleven races on the card,
most of them with a blic number of en
tries and no scratches.
It. D. Clarke's Dick Mason paced the
fastest heat of the senson In the second
heat of the class A pace. He nosed out
L. V. Hunt's good little Clover Patch in
I :01i, n quarter of a second faster thnn
his time In the first heat.
Colt class, 3 years and under:
Tlllle, ch. m. (( Moroni I t
Hajunrth, hlk s. (W. O'Neill 22
Clad tady, b. m (.1. Kuhlmani 3 3
Clas n. trotters: ,
J. 1 , nr. g ill. II. Clark) 1 2 t
Little Klla, b. m. IJ. Innnni It I 4
Klppeua, h, g, iC, J. pendli.. 3 3 2
The Trip. b. . II.. Smith) .443
Promise, b. g. (K, O. binjcni. 3 tlr
Time- 1.0.1'i. 1.01, 1.07.
Class c. trotters'
Triphammer, h g. (P. Orunifelderi 1 1
Hilly Harlow, ch c. 1.1. (Illmore) 2 2
Hen Wright, b. t. 1 W. Manrani .1 3
C ('., b. g, A. Young) 4 4
lime I os'i, 1:001).
Class I:, pacers
Connlston. gr g, ((!, Stamhereer) 1 3 I
Harhara Wlthersponn. b. m. (M. Aronson). 2 1 2
The lliibe, b. e. iJ. Shannon), 3 2 3
Time- l.(W'i, 1:12, 110.
Clans n, pacers
Master McKerron. b. g. IK. t Place) .3131
(Jeorre Patchen, rb t. (T Harper) 12 12
II. Ontlmr.b. g. 111. Ilelllyi I 3 2 .1
Korrect Shane, b. g. (W I'rban) . 4 4 4 dr
Time -I02t. I on,, roi'.
Class A. irnliers:
ne Wilt, b. g. (i: Hass). 1 2 I
Oakland lioy, b, g, Ki. Conkllni .414
Dr. Archdale, h. gj III. Clarkei 3 .1 3
Startle, b. IK, .shoemaker). . . 3 4 2
Time 1 III"!, 1.01, t 01.
Class D, pacers:
Dot lteo, b. g. (tlr Mehler) t 1
Midnight Direct, br. 111. (W. O'Neill ... . .1
lllratn Ahltl. b. r. til Clark) .. r.
Hnwne. blk. g. tC Vincent) ... 1 3
Mack Franklin, h g ill. Smllhi 4 1
Time- I out, 1 w.
Class P. pacers'
HaroniDell. b g (A Mullail)) 1 1
Mdy Iiree, b m. lV. Donnellyl 2 2
Helen Find, ill m. ill. Knausi 3 .1
Time 1:21, I. II.
Denver, gr g iS'alhan Strain) 1
Coast Marie, till. in. (.1. Murphs I 2 2
Clats A, pacers.
tllrk Maon. blk, g. (II. Clarke) 1 1
Nelson 1I b. g. I.I Lawrence! 13
Clover Patch, hr. m, II. Hunt) 1
Dick Welch, r g. (.1 Kennedy) 3 4
Tlme-t 03. I ni(.
Class c, pacers:
tied and lllue, b, e. )r. Mehler) ...it 1
Lmlly deil'nrest. b. m. (W. Halslrdi ... I 2
Hrlght Direct, br. t. 11J. Hlawaiarh),, 7 4 j
Wauhoiit, h, g dir. Jones)... 2 7 a
Alimnnso, b. g. (J. ClmllnnlwIUl . 4 3 .1
Cuban, b. g, Hi. Snectakerl 16 4
Teddy P., b. . IK llltizrnl . , 8 a
'lime l.opf, l:04j, l:0.
Clas D, trotters:
Pxcclslor. b. f. (II. richer) 1 1
Hendcll, h, g. (0, Wchben 23
Tommy llaron, b.g, III. Carpenter). I ,1
Tommtlltklnt. b. e. II. blanks 3 &
IlnuultlA UcKlnncy, b. in. (W. Scott) I 1
The porter, b, g. lit. (iarki f
Time tilt, I. II.
Usniinni Vlcmbrrs Compete.
Members' games of the Ozanuni Ath
letic Association attracted a good crowd
to De Witt Clinton Purlt yeslenlny. There
was 11 laige entry for the II vo events and.
Ihe hunillcapper did his woik so well that
tin man vvHn two of the conlesli and Ihe
llnlshcs In nil of the races ncio lime. The'
.'ill Yard Handicap Won hy H. Ahem, feel
P J Oulnii. V fret, second: J. I'nlev. 3 feet, ihlnl
I Time. S 1-1 second
I One Mllo llaii'lltap Won hy J. Mlnntur, I VI
'varil..l llaiinleaii, i.V) yardi, second: J (Morels.
luviaiu., 1 1 1 iiiir.'i iiiiiiw ii. -upr-iiiim
Sun Yard Handicap nn hy J. Knley, s yards,
C .1. (Julnn, ia yard, sernnd; 17, ftellly, l t arda,
Half Mile Walk, srratrh Won by J. Murdoch.
J. niortl. seconds J, ciark, third.
Punning Hljh J'lmp.hcratch Vonby D. Ssiie
llch, with t tett InOieii It, Ahem, tecond, with
feet i uichet; J, r,.Uc&eaa- tlUrd, with et
JOE FOGLER CHAMPION
OVER MIDDLE DISTANCE
('npiiiros Honor in Annual Hucit
.Miirkinjr Hcnson's Close nt
PKKCHICOT SHOWS Sl'MXT
Henfs Fooler Twlrc in Matches
Over Six Kurlonjr Koutc;
Dlsplnylng Hie grent plugging Hbllltt
which has made him famous us a six day
ctcllst, Joe Fogjer, llrookbti'H sturdy
tldei, won the twenty-five mile profes
sional rnce, the feature event of the sea
son's closing meet at the New ink Velo
drome yestetday afternoon. Holding well
I....I, 1.. i... iBi.i rm ..e .1... .ii. ........
iwiih III 1111- lien, iui 1, iv. it hit. iiiniuiH,
Fogler, with a good "pull" fiom Pete
Di'obach, winked up Inward the front In
the final mile antl then, when the bell
clanged out for tlte last circuit of tne six
lap track, Fogler Jumped to tho front nnd
stayed there to the end through it desper
ate finish. John Hedcll, making the fight
behind him, finished second : Menus Be
dell third, nnd Patrick O'Sulllvan Hehlr,
the Australian Irishman, fourth.
Folder's triumph In the rnce brought
to him the title of middle distance cham
pion for the season. This Is nn honor con
feired by the National Cycling Associa
tion upon the winner of the qunrter cen
tury event, which Is always held on the
last day of the outdoor season. There were
isoine disappointments to the event, as such
riders ns Frank Kramer, Alfred Orendn
and Jackie Clarke fell by the wayside.
Krnmer went out nt eleven miles and
Qrenda at fourteen with punctures, while
Clarke really didn't get a elinnce. Ills
chain Jumped off Ids wheel on his very
first kick. The starter showed an Inclina
tion to wait until he secured a ncwvheel,
hut Chapman, the track manager, fiom a
seat In the stand, vetoed mis Idea and
the rnce went' without Clarke. The crowd
There was n Held of thli ty-nltie to start
In Ihc big lace and fifteen to finish.
Sprint for t bilie of nt the end of
every lap kept the pare up. Jimmy Moran
and Lloyd Thomas were the bearcats for
these. Knch accounted for five. Fogler
captured two early In the grind. Jumbo
Wells was another good worker nnd he
led nt five mllrs. At ten miles Krncst
Jokus showed the way while fifteen found
Fogler n front. Eddie Hoot was set
ting the pace at twenty miles and then
came the Innl scramble. The tlmo of 55
minutes 41 seconds Is nearly two min
utes slower thnn the record of St min
utes 12 seconds held by Krnmer.
Alfred Pcrchlcor. the French cham
pion, defented Fogler In two straight hents
of a mntch race and thereby gave added
proof thnt next lo World's Champion
Frank 1 Krnmer he Is the speediest
cyclist awheel. Perchlcot's victory over
Fogler followed a win over Jackie
Clarke, and he hns only failed ngnlnst
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This car ltht Hcns.lt Ion of tlm KlnrtrictNliow ngw
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Kramer. In disposing of Fogler In the
hents nt three-quarters of a mllo ho won
from behind nnd from In front, demon
strating that It wns Just as easy one way
ns the other.
Donald MncDnugall, the American and
world's amateur champion, wound up the
season In a blnie of glory. He plainly
demonstrated that he wns the best nma
teiir nf the season by defeating n strong
field In the two amateur events run. The
(list was a one mile handicap, which Mnc
Dnugall took from scratch, nipping YVohl
rah, who had twenty-five yntds, on the
liacksttclch nnd titling nround him nnd
winning with an open length. Then In
the thiee mile open MncDougall nfter
holding back In the field until n lap
and ii half fiom home, uncorked his sprint
and took nvvjy the lead from Tommy
Hmlth. lie went on to victory, eased up,
u l"tiRtli ahead.
One Idle Nov Ice -Won tit .1 Dalit i I'rank Wil
son, second. Time. 2 minutes sii 2 8 seconds,
.Special Match Pace, Professional, distance,
three quarter mile Andre perehlcot, Prance, vs.
Jieriih ruder, llronkltn, Won by Perehlcot In
straight heats. Time. 2 mlnulcs stis seconds
2 minutes 30 2 4 seconds.
One Mile Handicap, Amateur Won bv Donald
MarDougall, scratch: (bis Wohlrab, 2.1 yards,
second: Alvln l.ofic", 40 yanli. third. Time, 2
minutes 2 .V srromls.
Two Mile Invitation, Professional Won bv
Wtirlh Mitten: Peter llroharh, second: liod
Thorns 1, third; liid Krrbs, fourth, Time, 4
minutes ix 4 5 second.
Three Mile Open, Amateur Won by Donald
MarDoiitalt. Thomas .Smith, set nnd: William
I'eltll. third: (ius Wohlrab, fourth, Norman Han
sen, ilflh. 'lime, a minutes sa 2-a seconds.
'Iivenlv Ave Mile Onen. Professional -Won hy
.Inn roller: John lledell. second, Menus llel'rll.
nam: I'atitiv iirnir. rourin: rercy iiwrencc, nun.
Time, u minutes 41 seconds.
SMITH BREAKS COUBSE RECORD.
Kite .Mile Champion , llustlr In
II rail hit rat Field Clnl linn.
Ilnnnes Knlehmaltien started the runners
who appeared for the Invllnllon run of Ihe
llradhurst Field Club yesterday and his
brother Willie followed Ihe contestants In
nn auto. There wns a large turnout Tor Ihe
spin over Ihe course of nboul four mllrs
and Ihe pace was Ihe fastest of the season.
Harry Smith, the metropolitan live mile
champion, was responsible Tor the rapid
movement of the pack. He was out to
make Ihe most of Inn practice for Ihe len
mile championship which Is to he run In
two week's time and hustled along so fast
that he knocked nearly n minute off the
record for the course, which was 20 minutes
45 seconds, made by J. J. MoNnmara of the
Irish American A. !. Hmllh led from start
to finish and wns :ino yards in front of .1. Y.
Morton when the timers clocked him In 19
minutes . seconds.
The order of finish of the first len:
Pns. Name and Club. M. H.
I. Harry .Smith, llron Church House 10 .Vi
2. .!. M. Hnrlon. unattached 21 no
.1. T. Harris, unattached 21 20
4. P. McCullnugh. unattached 211
3. W. Ilorhe, V.i mard Lyceum 22 al
n. C. llenson.Mwedlfh' American 22 In
7. (S. Crosby, unattached 23 12
a. .1. I'clnucrg, Morris A. A 22 la
V. I'.. Hank, utiattarhed 22 2.1
tu. J. Slattery, llradhural P. O 22 40
(incsaliisc Over Kraebrleln's Trip.
Milwacki-.k, Oct. l.t. Alvln Kraenzleln.
ex-tonch of the I'niverslly of Michigan
track team and one of the greatest all nround
nthlntes ever develonetl in America, will
spend two years n broad. It is possible ho
mtfy sign to conch some of the Kuropean
athletes In preparation for Ihe into Olvmplc
games In Merlin. Krnenrleln. who leaves
soon ror tins trip, reiuses to discuss ins
intentions, hut It Is believed thnt the great
trnck man is to confer with (Ierman ath
letes and authorities regarding an effort to
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COLLEGIANS REVERT TO OLD
Inlcrcollepialo Swims Set for
.March H Cornrll Quits
X New Members.
In n throe hunt' session si l'nliimlil.1 t'nt
verslly yesterday nftprnnonthp reprcsentn
ilves to i he first unnnnl tneetlttit of the Inter
collegiate Hwlmmlne Associntlon nenl ovet
this sen scin's mnny mntlers of Importnnec
lo Ihe rolleite swlintnlnit worltl. 'I hey loo'x
til) niiplicntloiiH for nilinlsslon tn tlie lenvue.
the friitnltiit nf new rules nml tho nrranirc
nient of the season's schedule,
No new colleges uill )m represented tills
year, hut It is expected t tin t Imth Amherst
nml lliirvnrtl will enlnr the Icnijiie for noxl
year's senson, '1 hese two colleges IiimI
represenlntlves nt yesterdav's ineelliig nml
theyistnted thnt while it mis their lo -il f
to enter the leiigile this yeiir I hi' liiiinnce
nient fell Hint their lentils were not yet tn
lo up infinite which could (outpelc to stl
vnnlngc with those nlreiidy in, nml tlnil
nnolher yenr would he needed to place tin
sporl on the proper hasis lor muli n slci
Illinois nod llronn nre in very nearly tin
same position nnd II is very prohshle tint
within two years these Inltcr lo will also
apply for admission,
Cornell, as formerly announced, has
dropped out of the leiigue, the format resli.
nnlon taking place yesterday.. 'I he reason
for this move on Ihe part of Ihe Ithncans
Is that l her have no pool In which they can
hold meets and this requires them to go
out of town for nil contests, Tlm eipensa
hill Is grenler than the authorities nt Cor
nell will permit.
The most Inip-rlnnt change In Ihe rules
concerns fancy diving contests. The In
Iricnules of thn . A, I'. rules on this subject
hnve oecasl tied much confrslnn among the
collegians, so they will go hack to the old
hut simple stylo of making all dives worth n
certain credit. The Judges will then natch
Ihe dive ii nil In a glance see In whal form It
Is executed, then giving whatever per
centage Is deserved on n hasis nf the maxi
mum mark allow ed, This noes away with
marks for the approach, Ihe for in, Ihe diffi
culty and the kind of tlive ns considered In
separate unite under the A. A, I . method.
To nvoid confusion It wns urged nl yes
terday's meeting that the goal Judge in th"
water polo game he given the power of
calling a foul e well as the referee. It Is
prohnhle that this nil-1 will he passed hefore
Ihe meets begin.
Th" dalen for Ihe Intercollegiate has
been set for .March H at 1'rlnccton, The
schedule Is ns follows:
At Columbia Vale, January is: I'rlnretnn, I'eb
nary 14: Prnnsyhanla, I'tbruary :t: C. C. X,
At Vale-O. C. .V. V.. Iirrember 1.1. Columbia.
January Is: Pennsylvania, February 1.1. Prince
ton. I'tbruary 22.
At Pennsylvania C. C. X. V.. January la: Yal,
February 13: Columbia, February 21; Princeton.
At C. C. X. V. Va'e. nerembsr IJ: Princeton.
January II: Prnnsylinnla, January la: Columbia,
At Princeton -C. C. X. V.. January II; Colum
bis. February II: Yale, I'fbruary Pennsyl
vania, March I.
lntfrcollelates March a at Princeton.
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.Snot cash paid for cars and bodies.
2uth Century Co., l"t) llroailway, corner 54th.
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btrlclly up-to-date models (or
rent an bour and uy;
special monthly rates.
1 1 Is cheaper to rent than mown an automobtla.
t make a specialty ol renting car by the month.
Our seven passenger Packard cars, touring oi
limousine, equal the tlnesl piliaia equipment
Itesuonalble and reliable tenlrr guarantetd.
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AUTOMiiUILr; our course Ii ben.
At'ADIIDir Inspect our plant
aa W. 5th SI. and Pa convinced.
MOTOM THICK IXTKl'CTIO..
Individual load work. Small hno
Vfi.siT "Will, rlasse. I ruck poalllnns waiting
T. M. I'. A. t""t tot nooklel. 3IS W. Mth St
Phone 703(i Cdluinbu
III UlUrC bought, SoM nnd r.xchanttd.
TlmeaSq. AuioCn , 1710 Prodwv T
Motor Co.TiT'way. between 'kith ji
Mth Stt Phone O40 Columb'U.
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