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i'HE SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1912.
OF POWER BY HARVARD
irnnclics in Tlint Hosped (Ik;
Polish of (he fill nml
MtlNCETOX IlKliOW NOIIMAL
FuinMiiifr and Poor, Kicking
Arc 2S'ol (.'liimictcristics
of the Tigers.
Thi ploy nf the Harvard eleven against
I'llnccton recalled the smooth application
of power that two other Cambridge elevens
of model n jeatH had to u degree, Ono of
these was Ilurr's 10S team, though It
realized only u llehl goal against Yiilo;
the other wan the team of '!IT. The team
of "01 hail more power than either of '
these, but did hot give the impres-oon or
finish of the two other. Tim eleven of
189S was a better machine than th no
of 'OS, i4 ml It was as u member of the for
mer that Houghton learneil the value of
nmoothnouM of execution In carrying out
assignments smoothness and pieclslbn
which he tries to Impart to the teams he
coaches, to ay nothing of the great value
of the klcklnw game. "
The llarvaid team last Saturday wasn't
tho polished whole of the team of 'S,
which had this quality more than any
Crimson team the writer has seen and i
which makes the work of a team look
easier than Is really Is. The work of tho J
Cambridge team last Saturday did sus
Best, however, development Itr that direc
tion. Am to Harvard's ultimate success
this season a good deal depends on what
proEiexs can continue to b'j made. Aside
from the wonderful ability of Hrlckley to
produce points with his toe tho Harvard
attack Isn't yet sttong enough to guaran
tco victory In all of the remaining games,
but with Hrlckley to kick, with the attack
icenforced by Wendell, and assuming that
the tcum Isn't at the top of Its gamu now
and will be still better later on, tho out
look cannot be icgardcd as otherwise than
The mental attitude, to use a favorite
expression of Tom Shevlln's, was good.
After I'rlnceton had taken the lead with
a touchdown there wasn't the slightest
tin of tho mental polso of the Crimson
players being disarranged. They weren't
tho least bit fussed up mid went along
with their plan of battle as confidently as
before. Tho psychological cuts a consid
erable figure In football. They played a
Wary, wideawake and haul game every
minute, each man keeping his own game
on Its toes, so to speak, and strengthen
ing the relationship of Interdependence.
Thus there was u strong partnership. The
Harvard-Yale game Is three weeks away
ilnd there's no telling what those two
teams will have for each other by that
time. It's too eaily to attempt conclu
sions on that game, but this much we
know: In sustained defence. In admir
able uso of a strong kicking game, In
handling the ball and In Mich sustained
rushing as the rules penult and as tlm
location of the ball Justifies, In these
points Harvard last Saturday gave the
best exhibition of football seen this year.
Jf anybody Is to show anything better It
is under cover or undeveloped.
Speed In manieuvres coupled with team
play In running them off counted for llt
"vtle against such it team as Harvard, es
pecially against a team with as much
speed as llarvaid also had, backed up
by physical strength and activity. If
OBrlcklcy hadn't kicked a single Held goal
Harvard would have won. If the play
la measured by ground gained, better
handling of the ball, better punting and
Fw details or mat sort, Harvard, it
-be found did the more effective work.
The speed oset is one which Is upt to
take on an exaggerated value. It Isn't of
much use against a team which has some
speed of Its own and greater physical
strength, which Isn't necessarily weight.
Capt. Wendell of Harvard commenting
on the battle says: "I think this game
demonstrated beyond a doubt that t
Minnesota shift Is .a poor method of at-
tack, although Pilnceton executed It In !
The yield of yards from Harvard's re
volving shift was not so tiemendous us
to rate It an Irrtslstlble attack. Not so
much was realized from the Harvard
shift per Be as to make It a conspicuous
factor In the defeat of the Tigers. It
was Harvard's excellent all around play
ing that loomed up. Such shifts as have
seen the light of day seem to be about
equally effective In the strategy they per
mit, which Is the chief leason for their
existence. In Saturday's game each team
had the other's scrimmage attack pretty
well sized up.
Princeton Is criticised for using th for
ward pass In that fourth quarter In her
own territory. There is nnnther side to
that. The Tigets were behind, and even
If poor execution of the pass did put
Harvard in position for another score It
didn't make much difference. On the other
hand kicking was a losing game for
.Princeton and there was no chance to
core by rushing. The only chance was
to take a chance : the best rhanee was
that a forward pass would go thiough
nnd bring about another touchdown. It
was no time for straight football.
Pilnceton plased a poor game for
Princeton. The .lerseymen arc capable
of better football than they put up against J
lrni-vurd. which doesn't mean that ll.ee
are capable of beating the Crimson. forlf.nr !' , a8t, , wffk. V"1 V'? he w
the latter, too, may be capable of better I " ml" ',lr-4ll,K ,,,ff,re Dartmouth
enlhull limn Mm pm.l i"i it,,. thri ,1 1,1
ploy. But when the poor work of the
Princeton backfleld in handling punts, oc
casional poor passes from the centre, the
poor kicking of Do Witt points In which
the Tigers weren't up to their usual
standard nre considered II can he seen
that Nassau can play better football
Thru again the ends, often Incit and use.
Jrsh In scilrnmago defence, ought to he
able to make themselves more useful,
though that may be the fault of the sjs
tem and not the plovers.
It appeals that there was a prolest by
Harvard of the play on which Princeton
scored, It Is declated that when the for
wnid pas was on the way lo Waller.
Hrlckley, who was trying to Intercept
the pai-s. was shouldered aside by Pen
fleM and that the following rule was
"If the able In pn.f pnn nf the ball
riftks a forward piss, no player of the
Mid fide who rus rroed the line of ncrlin
mage shall in any manner Interfere with
an opponent until the ImII lias htcn tiHicheil,
txcept In nn actual attempt in eiteh said
If such n thing occurred the ofTlclals
'didn't see It ami tlm matter was not
With Yule, the Aimy and the Navy Idle,
h'ntutday'n programme was one of In
completeness. Pennsv lvanla, though
beaten by Pcnn State, did linpinved work
,'ini! fought gallantly ngalnst a better
ttain, The coaiiie.i were nunc encouraged
Ihnn discouraged. Cornell did not live
Up to (lie pinmlsn of the week before lllid
:uffeied another lapte. Daitmouth evi
dently determlmd lo foiget about the
Princeton game and to make a fresh stait.
The irsult was the annihilation of Am-
arst by a much bigger score than Ilar-
liuide against Ainheist. Theie'll he
battle yet when the 'ilmon nnd flieen
tntet, If tile lattet learns the lessons of
the Princeton ilitihhing, Hesloyan con
tinues Its rnnqilt'i mg wn, Hroun kiops up
us in lino oui campaign, ''aiume con-
IJnues lo reme heavily and to be scoird
.rneiy mid another u to o game was
kjl to tho infrequent number of such
Its tills reason.
Total scores follow :
Harvard, lit 19, ! enmes Vale, ;x k,
mix games: I'rlnreinu :'.;--Sh. m-vcii cauii
Pennsylvania, H r,7, eight games, r'orne
M 81, erirn RHima I'm lisle, 30 IS. i ,,.
gamriit Dartmouth, !.,T 31. sewn tuni
l'enn Hlate. 133- ti. (He gilllli'H, rUvxrlhlnmi
m 19, fclx guinea; llronn, ,l .il, m
Pa met; Wesleyan. fc! 5.1, eoien enmen, l,e
Igh. lS . seven gTTic, J.af.tvrtte 4 .
44, six famcii Colgate, C i 47, nve C4inra,
Williams. 0 J, tlx games! Trinity.
117 4 2 : flv games: Ueorgetown. 15434.
Hie games; Amherst, 4t lis, six games:
N. Y U 1 1. four games: Hyracuse,
61113, Mx games: Army, 4 II. four
Kamn, Navy, 33 45, five games; Washing
ion nml Jefferson. S3, elx amr; Ilniii
lltun, 1560, (He games; Holy Cross, 13-.Is,
live games; Tuft", ko 38, nil games: Frank
lln nml Marshall. J. sit games; Hut -gnrs,
4T '.'6, six games; t'nlon, 5040, me
K.unrii, Fordham. 1438, three games
Itocliester. 46- 40, live games: llobjrl,
40 53, lx games. Vjinlerbltt, 3120, six
IDLENESS ENDS AT YALE.
IMinlnm nf Conches Heady (o Slake
for Final Aland.
N'r.w Haven', Conn.. Nov, 3. To-morrow
the Yalo varsity football squad will have
hard prnctlce preparatory to tho game
against llarvaid on November 23. No
practice has been held since Wednesday
tieeause of the denth from pneumonia of
(iuard Theodore W. York, The men have
continued to cut at tho training table,
Tom Shevllti will be here to-morrow'
nnd with him will como Foster Hanfurd,
These couches have had but one look nt
tho Ynlo team. Many other coaches will
be hero this week. AmonK them will bo
Howard Jones, 1M Ohms, George Ooss,
I. A. CorMn. Dr. William T. Hull. tluy
Hutchinson, llcnrge Adee, Curl Flanileis,
I,. It, Ulgelow. Hay
'MlKe, tleorge Foster,
Domniv l.niran nod Steve l'hllbln.
The loss of time Is principally Im
portant In Its effect on the quurteThnck
situation. Cornish has recovered from
his sprained nnkle and will make on ac
tive competitor with Cornell and Wheeler,
but the choice will probably bo one of tho
Cooney and TianJall have recovered
from their sprained ankles and will be
nblo to piny to-morrow. Cooney and
Arnold will probably be the guards, with
Harbison as first substitute. Qallauer,
l'hllbln and Flynn arc In shape, their
musclo bruises having disappeared,
ALL CORNELL IS DOWNCAST.
Ilrlnir Trounced No it Fixed Habit
With (he Team.
Ithaca, N. Y Nov. 3. After review
ing the various phates of the game with
Williams yesterday. Dr. Albert Sharpe and
his assistant coaches nre wondering to
night If they arc any better off than they
were four weeks ago, after the Oberlln
defeat. The way the Cornell football team
went to pieces yesterday after playing
I rally good football all through the first
half has presented a puzzle. Nobody at
Cornell expects anything but a crushing
defeat at the hands of Dartmouth next
week. In fact the coaches are hard put
to tlnd out how Cornell can make even a
When flutter left the game the team
went to pieces and this one man team
Idea does not appeal to the coaches at all.
Moreover there Is n possibility that Hut
ler will not be able to play In tho Dart
mouth game next week. Kyrlch Fritz
and H. II. Whyte also were hurt enough
to make It necessary to put them on the
The rest of the team Is In for a stren
uous workout. Sharpe will call In the
freshmen team to scrimmage with the
varsity, the freshmen being considerably
stronger than the scrubs. It Is not Im
probable that changes will be made In
the lineup, particularly In the backfleld,
because Taber nnd Trainer at quarter
failed utterly to handle or hold the team.
MAKE OR BREAK DARTMOUTH.
Coaches MnUe No Secret of Tbelr
Intention at Hanover.
Hvnovkk. N. II., Nov. 3. The advance
guard of the squad of assistant coaches
requested by Coach Cavanaugh of Dart
mouth last week l-i due to arrive In Hanover
to-morrow when fix old football stars are
lo iKTouipuny the coach upon his return
from viewing the llarvard-l'rlnceton game,
Thev are Dill Itandall, ', guard: King
lirady. '10, quarterback: Charlie Hoyle, 'oo,
end. Spiiddy I'ishon, '10, quarterback: K.
i: JanningH. 'oo, halfback, and K. D. Itich,
In addition to these men, who will instruct
the team constantly from now to the end of
the season, two more will return with the
team from Ithaca from the Cornell game
and others aie expected dally. Doc Connor
,,,( U-..II.. i..,fl,mDnL - . t. .......
who will follow tiie team back from Ithaca.
Tending the arrival of the coaches prep-
i.-iiuiMK uir aiinni ui iiir
aratlons ore being made hei
gruelling two weeks of prae
re ror the most
tlce of the sen
son. I wo hall have been painted white
ill preparation for scrimmages In the dusk
anil I lie roadie make no secret of an lu
tenliou of making a winning team out of
tho Mjuad or disabling every man.
HARVARD INTENDS LAYING LOW,
Week Will See Only Mailt Work for
CAMBniDCK, Mass., Nov. 3. Although
Harvard expects another hard game this
week from the Southern champions from
Vnnderbllt I'nlveislty, the men who played
against the Tigers will do very little wprk.
Last fall after the Princeton game Har
vard used only substitutes until late In
tile game against Carlisle, and took a
beating rather than take any chances
with the men before the final matches
against Dartmouth and Yale
Harvard sustained no serious injuries
in the Princeton ganne. Brlckley ap
peared entlicly u-ed up when he left the
game after the Crimson had scored Its
touchdowns. Many of the spectators
thought he had collapsed, but this was
not so, and ten minutes after the game
Hrlckley was us lively as any of his
companions Left (luard Trumbull was
hint. He, ifcelved a seveie blow on the
. ea'IM -
DUNLAP PROBABLY THROUGH.
Injnred Shoulder Probably Means
Pni.s-cKTo.v, N. .1., Nov. 3, The Prince
Ion eleven went directly to Atlantic City
for a two das rest before starting to
primp up for the battle with Yale a week
from next Saturday. They will return
lieie Tuesday afternoon in time for the
legular practice on I'nlverslty Field,
Pilnceton will meet New York Univer
sity on Saturday, hut an easy victory for
the Tigers Is expected. All efforts from
now on will be directed toward the Yale
contest. The Nassau supporters ore sorely
disappointed at the outcome of Saturday's
game. Hut they have no excuses to make.
It was clearly evident that Harvard out
The feeling heie seem to be that Dun
lap has played his last game of football,
It was a hurt to his shoulder that caused
him lo ictlre on Satuiday. Dunlap threw
his shoulder out of place once last spring
and again early this fall,
Michigan .Not Overrbeerf nl,
Ann Aubor, Mich., Nov. 3, There were
no seilous Injuries us result of thn hard
light with Soutji Dakota though Thomas
nnd t'rnlg were banged up, They will bo
all light for the Pennsylvania game Sat
uiday. It Is not likely that Yost will
spate Ills men much this week as he Is
far from satisfied with the way they
showed In the game yesterday, Fumb
ling and poor tackling aro the big things
that Vost will luive to overcome this week
If .Michigan is to make the right kind of
a showing ngalnst Pennsylvania and Cor
nell. The order of tho day for the com
ing week will he long and hard scrim
Indiana (Jet Only Few Hurts.
Caiii.iki.k, Pa., Nov. 3. The Carlisle In
dians letiirned hnnm from the Lehigh
gime in better physical condition than
lnlklit have been expected after such a
haul battle. The only hurts are bruises
or Indirfeient character. Carlisle is 'now
I Jumping Into another series of hard
i..-inniiit nun vvesi 1'oint on rial
ind.iv Coach Warner has changed his
olferlug or plays tlircn times this season
ami expects to put in a hard week's work
FOGEL CASE THREATENS
Lynch Invokes Aid of National
Commission in Case Ills
MUMMIY RKADY TO It fWRAV
Will Huck Up Horace Fogcl nnd
if Necessary Will Call
fnon Charles 1 Taf t.
Mystery still attends the movements of
the baseball magnutes. Following the
gumshoe visit of C. W. Murphy of the Cubi
to confer here with U. 1". Tuft and later
with Horace Fogel of the Philadelphia
National league Club comes a hurried
trip by President Thomas J. Lynch to
Chicago, presumably to Confer with Han
Johnson, president of the American
Leuguc. Murphy arrived In Chicago on
Haturduy ut utmost tho same moment that
Lynch showed up there, but nccordlng to
the latest Information they did not meet.
It is understood that hynch's published
announcement that Fogel must prove the
charges reflecting upon tho honesty of the
recent National League race or bo driven
out of the league has stirred up u hor
net's nest. Fogcl has become defiant nnd
says that Lynch will not have the unani
mous support of the seven other club
owners when the National league meets
on November 2G to take final action In
Fogcl's case. It Is said In basoball circles
that Murphy, bitterly opposed to Lynch,
has suddenly decided to take Fogel's end
of the controversy for the purpose of pub
licly embarrassing tho president of the
league. Without Murphy's vote the
league can do nothing to Fogel.
Lynch's trip to see Johnson therefore Is
taken to mean that If the National League
llnds that It Is Impossible to deal with
Fogul on the lines laid down by Lynch the
National Commission, composed of Lynch,
Johnson and Herrmann, will begin an In
vestigation on Its own account. Two
weeks ago It was boldly stated by Lynch
that the commission would discipline
Fogel It the National League failed to act.
Lynch s sudden desire to confer with
Johnson may be prompted by a desire to
find out what can be done. Johnson and
Icrrmann are known to be In favor of
drastic action not only In the case of
Fogel but also of Murphy, Lynch has been
openly Insulted by Murphy, also charged
with something worse than prejudice In
handling the umpire staff. If Murphy
therefore sticks to Fogel it Is believed that
the commission will attempt to hand some
thing to both of these worthies. In which
event, It Is predicted, Mr. Taft might be
come either curious as to the cause .or bent
upon fighting the commission to a llnlsh.
IJaseball men who are disinterested
seem to think that the trouble over Fogel
Is slowly but surely growing into a dan
gerous proposition. Lynch has been ad
vised by an eminent legal authority that
the National League can Investigate the
charges against the Philadelphia magnute
and. If the evidence warrants, Fogel can
be voted out of the councils of the or
ganization. This legal status also ap
plies to the commission, but there's an
Impression In some quarters that baseball
cannot stand a siege in the State and Fed
eral courts. To a man up'a tree It looks
as If the easiest way to settle the contro
versy Is to pay the price asked by Fogel
for his retirement, but so far the mag
nates have shown an Inclination to treat
Fogel s demands with levity.
ANOTHER DON'T AT CORNELL.
Freshlea Farther Harassed by Order
to "Keep On (he tiraaa."
Ithaca, N. Y Nov. 3. A new don't
had been added to the long list of don'ts
for freshmen at Cornell In the Interest of
the campus beautiful. The meek little
freshle Is now told that hereafter he must
keep off the grass. The campus lawns
mast be preserved and those that have
been run down by the hurrying feet of
undergraduates must be restored to their
natural beauty, particularly the historic
quadrangle, the upper classmen hold.
Some of the lawns have been badly cut
up by foot paths running across them In
all directions, but in the future the side
walk and cinder paths provided by the
university must be traversed.. Com
mittees of upper classmen will stand about
to see that the law Is enforced.
TRINITY HERE T0-M0RR0W.
.Ven York University Heady to Olve
Visitors Warm Iteceptlon,
The work of the New York University
team during the last week has been exceed
ingly light, In preparation for tho game
at Ohio Field with Trinity to-morrow
The coaches evidently bcllovo that they have
been driving the men a little too hard,
for they can hardly expect a light game
with the Trinity boys. Several of the men
had minor in lories Ulul the reanltH ma
terially uided them la getting hack in shape.
Special attention has been paid thli week
to perfecting a defence against the shift
play, which bothered the team soniewliat
In its encounters with Wesleyan and Will
iams. I he lineup prnbablv will he chmged
somewhatr to-morrow. I'oleiiiuu, the pluckv
little right end. who did such linn work
at Yale last year, has been declared Inell-
gime. ii vvneeier uoes not lake tun position
Merrltt will probably bo put in the place
Cant. Yeseler anil Torrenco have henn nli.
sent for a week, and It may be that Makay
and Hulzer will huve to take their places
tiaiuia anu i;ruun prnnaniy win start in the
halfback positions, with McJermott at full.
METS OAIN HARLEM HONORS.
Centipede Title Nettled for Year In
The belated race to settle the centipede
championship or the Harlem River took
place yesterday, with the Metropolitan
' ",1 u V. ie
hn, 1,.. i,
Itowlng Club rou
The winning ere
honors at the I
while tho Union Iloat Club lour had been
successful In the People's regatta at
Philadelphia. When the two crews pro
posed a race to see which was cock of the
local river the Nonpareils asked for the
right to enter und In spile of the stiff and
chilling breete the crews fought It out
over a mllo and a quarter course.
The start was made off University
Heights and the finish was under Wash
ington Drldge. The tldo was with thn
scullers and they went at a great pace
from tho first stroke. At thn half dis
tance the Union four was In second place
less than half a boat length behind tho
Mets, They held this position until the
last quarter of a mile, when the Mets drew
away to win by a length, Tho Nous
came with a great spurt at the llnlsh and
took second place away fioin the Unions
by a length.
The crews rowed In the following order:
Metropolitan 11. C Hart, bow; Von liar
thold, 2: Jeuu, 3: l'.mory, atroke.
Nonpareil It. C Ue I.acey, bow; Pur
gold, 2: Crowley, 3; Pearar, atroke.
Union H. I'. Pullman, bow; Ilreti, 3;
Jaeinrke, 3; Koone. atroke,
Rvers tiora Home to neat.
CiticAno, Nov, 3, Johnny Hvers, newly
appointed manager of (tie Cubs, has left
for his home ut Troy, N, Y to seo his
folks and to rest before the arduous cam
paign of 1913. He will negotiate several
trades and purchases of players while
there, It Is said.
Harvard to Have Npeclal Train,
CAMnninOK, Mass, Nov. 3, Arrange
ments are being made by a committee of
the Harvard Club for a special train to
New Haven on November 3,1, the day nf
the Yale-Harvard football game. It Is
planned to start the train at 8 In the
morning, rsturnlng at I In the avtnlnf .
WIND BOTHERS STAR GOLFERS.
Snillli, Anderson, Klrkhy and T rav
ers llnre Trouble at Montctnlr.
In the hope of seeing something worth
while a good sized gallery put In nn ap
pearance for a four ball match nt the
Montclalr !olf Club yesterday, Oswald
Klrkhy of 1,'nglewood und Aleck Smith,
the Wykagyl "pro," as a team won
handily over Jerome D. Truvers, the na
tional amateur champion, and Tom Ap
deison, Jr., of Oukmont by 4 up and 3 to
Only eighteen holes were played, which
wn quite sufficient, as the stiff west wind
whistled n wintry tuno nnd made fingers
tingle. This may havo had something to
do with the brand of golf displayed, for
certnlnly with the possible exception of
Klrkby none of the quartet approached
form to bo expected of players of such
prominence. It rarely happened, how
ever, that Klrkby and Smith fell down
together. At the outset Smith failed to
tlnd himself, so to speak, but Klrkby
proved equal to the occasion by doing
all the work for his side nt the first three
holes, halving the first and third and
winning the second.
O? the teo the two professionals nnd
the New Jersey champion were long, con-
mI,1. I,!, limtriir Ittnii TpflVn.. wlin wnu
not driving well. The national and metro- J
polltnn tltliiholder has become almost re-1
signed to that und It doesn't bother him,
ll IM' nun au H uuin nnum in 1110 imK
to call upon, lint on this occasion the
famous Iron shots would not coma off,
while on tho green he did nothing out cf
the ordinary. Smith won the eighth and
twelfth holes for his side. Anderson won
the fifth In 3, Ills mashlc shot from the
rough almost going Into the hole. The
best ball cards were:
Klrkby and .Smith:
Out 4 4 4 i 4 t
111 4 3 3 5 3 4
Travrra and Anderson:
Out 4 6 4 3 (
In 4 3 4 6 4 4
GOLF SURVIVES COLD BLASTS.
Ntvt York A. C. and Atlantic City
Hold Tournrya This Week.
The annual fall tournament of the
Country Club of Atlantic City Is ex
pected to attract the usual large field on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this
week. So as to be In a position to handle
the players without dllllculty the com
mittee has decided upon an eighteen hole
testing round on tho first day, the con
testants qualifying In rive slxteens.
ICIghteen hole match rounds will follow
nnd as the programme provides for beaten
eights to be supplemented by the cus
tomary handicap on the last day there
will lie something to do for all from start
Coming nearer home the second annual
championship of the New York Athletic
Club will claim attention the last three
days of the week over the Fox Hills links.
In this case nlso nothing morn thnn nn 1
eighteen hole qualifying round will be at- J
tempted on the tlrst day. There will be
three slxteens, those making the first
earning the right to continue on for the
title. John Naethlng won the champion
ship a year ago.
Eighteen Members Subscribe
for Thoroughbreds to Be
Drawn For nnd Raced.
The example set by the Piping flock
Club membeis, which resulted In putting
lire Into the sport of racing after two
years of Inactivity, will be followed next
season by the members of the Watchung
Hunt of Plalntleld In a manner that Is
likely to be of even more benefit to the
sport. Eighteen members have agreed to
subscribe for the purchase of as many
thoroughbreds this winter which will be
disposed of to the subscribers by lot In
the same manner as were the Piping Hock
At the spring meeting nf the Watchung
Hunt these will 1m- eligible for u special
race named the Watchung Hunt Dinner
Stakes. It Is not stated how much these
horses will cost, nor whether any money
will be left over to make the basis of u
purse, but this Is unimportant as the sub
scribers have agreed to make a further
sweepstakes of 150 each to be competed
for when the race is run. The Improve
ment In this plan over the Piping Rock
Idea is that it will result In real race
horses being owned In this part of the
country, while those raced In the Long
Island llxture are practically useless ex
cept as polo ponies or hacks.
Care will be taken to select the most
reliable stock to be found at the winter
tracks or In winter quarters, so that every
member shall have a sound horse that
will be capable of carrying his colors In
the spring. Iloises of all ages will be
eligible and theie will be n question when
the horses aie distributed whether the
man who has an old campaigner has the
better bargain or whether tho one who
draws a rising three-year-old will have
more of a chance of winning the race.
The horses will be required to run over
tho Suburban route of one mllo and
quarter, but the event will be a weight
ror age race with a scale or weights to
admit of gentlemen riders having the
mounts. I'nder the conditions only gentle
men rldeis are eligible and in most In
stances It Is expected that owners will
ride. The Watchung Hunt l keenly In
tel ested In racing, having held Its meeting
annually for fifteen years.
Itufus C, Finch, the master of the
hound", la one of the movers In the plan
and It Is the Intention to mako the event
a social ono as well as the racing feature
or the spring meet. To that end tho con
dition has been added that the owner of
the winner shall Invite all the other owners
and also the riders to a dinner. In nil
probability the event will become an an
nual one, hut In any event It will pro
vide new blood for the hunt meets In
this vicinity and perhaps for the regular
tracks. If racing should bo rrsumcd under
the Jockey Club nusplces. The scale of
lw'B'"!, rr"Kfd l: Three-year-olds.
1 Pounds; four-ear-olds. IBS pounds;
Second Move Saturday 3f lariat.
After Charles Jaffe had made his open
ing move In thn third and final game of
the chess match between himself and J, It.
Capablanca on Saturday hostilities were
postponed because It was determined to
put off the formal opening of the new
Hire Chess Club headquarters until next
Saturday. Capablanca had not put In an
appearance when his time clock was set
In motion by Jaffe, but he appeared later
and both agreed to tho desire of Presi
dent Isaac !.. Hire to postpone the play
lug of the game until 8 o'clock next Sat
urday evening. Many chess players liv
ing In Harlem havo taken advantage of
the opening of thn new headquarters at
202 I.ennx avenue1 to Join the Rico Chess
Club and It Is expected that when all thn
applicants am elected the organization
will havo more than 250 members.
Mornlnaatar Fears Only Hoppe,
PlTTsnuRO, Nov. 3, Ora Mornlngstar,
doing remarkable work In his practice
for thn coming 18:: balk line tournament
In New York, says that he fears only
Willie Hoppe. "I seo no reason why I
shouldn't defeat all the others with some
thing to spare," sold Mornlngstar to-day.
"Kven (Jcorge Sutton Is not worrying me.
I am euro to meet stiff opposition In
Hoppe, however, but I will beat hlra In
the end. You Just watch me."
Clips 441) Krrlm Record.
Ciiioauo, Nov. 3. The Indoor record
for the 140 yard hwlni was lowered by
Perry Mrtillllvray of the Illinois Athletic
C'lun In nn open meet here. Hn went the
distance In 5 minutes 21 2-K seconds.
Charles M. Daniels ot New York was tbi
former record holdar.
IfevT i fornix I
jjrtflSSfc p rT"1HERE is something to appeal to every- B
HMEgfjffiKl P& one in California. The orange bios- H
jkjSkS W ,omJ an(l 8lde.i fruit, the ever-present H
KHHlyflBwjM flowers, the great snow-capped mountain- H
mmm uSBvSjII peaks and tds mammoth trees. The trip, too, M
ffjfff 'V-iSH has untold attractions, if you travel by the
Wjji Southern Pacific I
Pb''mI Standard Route efthm Wt$t I
BflHlC ci-i9 Luxiirioui Serrate, Superior Equipment, Auto- H
nERk;'a'H marie Eteclric Block Safety SitjaaJa, Double
WfiS&Wrfff 13,1 uB Track. Dining Car Service Unexcelled H
' I HE graft which you have been reading about
' and discussing for months, the graft which,
it is alleged, has honeycombed New York's police
force, is the bold theme of
"Confessions of a
ALFRED HENRY LEWIS
This brutally frank and vitally interesting story will
be printed in six instalments in
The Evening Sun
Beginning Today Monday,
Tnrlrton and Woodruff Tie.
As a result of the competition yesterday
for the prcsiiient'a cup at tho Oakland
(lolf Clilh It. M. Tarleton and II, C. Wood
ruff are tied for the wrles, each jesterilay
Olivine returned a uei worn 01 si, netore
yesterday's play t K. Klnla'y vviik leading
u-lth n. !.,(. In hl IL u.t.ll.'l'r....,,
and Woodruff each hud been credited vvltfi
three, iiy tlelnir yesterday they cacii added
2ii points to the score. 'Iho playoff for tho
trophy will tako place noit week.
fiobert Oat of Tennis.
Paris, Nov. 3. Andre H. Clobert will
not compete In open tennis tournaments
for the next two years, as he has taken
up military service In the French army,
He Is stationed at Toul, In eastern France,
noar the German frontier. The former
champion of France maUo a trip to Amer
ica recently and was aecn In exhibitions
at Long-wood. Ho is not In the bust of
health and hopes to prodt Kreatly by his
two vears life In tho open air.
Warn lllvala on Tactics.
flTANrotlD UfflVEIlHITT, Oil., Nov. 3.
Formal wurnlnir to the University of Cali
fornia that "unsportsmnnllkn tactics will
not bo tolerated In tho nnnual Intercollc
Klate rugby khiiio on November 9," has
been forwarded by Stanford University
officials. Tho Stanford authorities, i.lnco
thn Intercollegiate Ramo last ear,
have been dissatisfied with California's
Another .llrtloorly-Mnllli limit.
Milwaukee, Nov, 3, A cable from
KnKland says that tho National Sporting
Club of London Is aftor a second bout
between Eddie MeCloorty and I)uo Smith,
tho Austrullun middleweight champion.
Smith Is In Philadelphia, but his wired
he would bo willing to ro to England to
get the match. Mcdoorty's manager,
Marty Forklns. says he Is not nveri-o to
making; tho match If there In JC.000 or
more In It for his man. Mclloorty knocked
out Smith In ono round In New York a
short while ago,
At Knights Oval.
H It K
Knights of Rt. Antony 3 0 S 0 0 0 'j '
Havana lied Hon : 0 1 0 0 Ot-J 4 C.
Dame railed In sltth limine.
llatterles Donnelly ami Dennett, Shells
rt, ii r
Kntlhta of fit, Antony Cubs)
Knights nf 8t, Antony neieriei;
1 0 4 0 0 .1 0 0 It 1J i
Batmlea Kramer and Doltn; O'Nell, Mil
lar ut UaaUat
Klnsella Itralgna as "eont.
St. I.OUIS, Nov. 3. Richard Ktnstlla,
who recently offered Mrs. Drltton $100,
000 for a year's loan of the Cardinals.
has reslKned as scout for the club out of
sympathy ror Manager Ilresnahan, who
wob released. Mrs, Urltton has an
nounced that Billy Armout analn will be
a scout for the team, huvhiK signed a 1913
BELMONT PARK TERMINAL, 0
ELECTION DAY, TUES., NOV. 5
SlceplechKr. Vint Kiirrii and Puny Itscei.
F1HST HACK 3 I'. U.
Speclil train leaves Pennsylvania Station
at IM) I. M.. roiineotlni si Jamaica with
1QI train from Klaitiunh Ave , Hronklvn.
AUTOMOIIILKfi FOB II IIIE.
IT I . . - - .
i i-.mni'ci ii, i fiii mail i.i uwn an amotnoblls.
' our cven panwnirer Packard cars; toartSS ,
lliiiouMne equal the Onest prlvalo equipment
I Ke.non.lhle. and reliable service m ;. ,
INIVKKNAL TAXIMKTKII I'AU Co". iSi
l.'ant Ud at. Phone Plain ;ion. " w
PACKAIins, S3 hour: theatres, 15: buslnean anil
return. l pasaeniicr; I1HI-I40U monthly "a.J
plan; cart, tervlce encellent. 4W-Uolurnbua.
I'ACKAIIIl niversldo tlarnseraoj West 7(Hh;
fall reduction of prices: touring and llmom dk
S3 tour; UK per month up. SJao-Sctiuyler
AUTOMOBILE AND MOTOB TBUCK IV.
M W. 54th SI.
Uooklat explain WHY
our course la BUST.
and bo convinced.
WM4TN1DK Indlvldusfroad work. Small ihoa"
T.aLCA. Truck positions waltlne.
bend for Ilooklet. sis w. J7U at
- ... V'l'l Ulliu US,
bVIIICK Motor o 'way. ktisrata silk
UIWIX MU tfta. Fata IM MruSm
Safety Tread Tires i
Won't Slide -Won't
YOU drive in safely
and you drive with
pleasure, the car is
always under your
control with Diamond
Safety Tread Tires
The cross and parallel liars have
lite and accident insurance liuilt
into them and extra mileage
that makes the safety com you
nothing. Made In joiir size to j
tit your siyie 01 rims.
At your dealer's
The Diamond Store
1876 Broadway, N. Y. City
A Low Price
It is a 50 HP. Four.
Was well treated by
its previous owner:
runs silently and
sweetly, is well equip
ped and made of good
Neat in lines and at
tractive in little things
it stands as a top line
We cannot reserve
this car. The first man
who comes takes it.
Ud Cat Department
IBM BiMrftray New York
owmm axd rauina or ad.
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oMXTHmrj of irniiuurr IN
All TOR AnK"fjHKAI NOW I
New York's Automobile Ilarcaln UKtabllthmrct,
The finest Cars can be bouitit cheaply now.
Owners want Cah and will iyicrlf.ee.
ror i un-vr up lime 1'ajmenn.
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JSOTTA (shafti "45" St.tivj Sludrbakrr . . Jl
IIAltTKOItlJ.S..5SO tiarford. Jioo Data JiiH
JASICAllS jjin, .mn. W.W. SIVi
J'l.yjI'JtY Autos . ji.vi. sail lo ti
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Abbott llulldoir Hacer. Jl.i.V); Charrun Landau
.... ... Ic"e, S0.V1
1912 n. c. H" siai; l uiininctiam I.andaulctte,
HotchUIss, 8350 In fjvtio; inn other opportunities.
Demonstrations fhtcn: Hx.imlnailon Invited:
MArSM-rro.S u to s;.v AsMiried Makes.
inc. i.or or i nti:s. mii -ii i.v
Lamps, Llcctrlc lloins, t Inilslilelds, Tups: rtoolc
Mmonilne Bodies, aitttl to 4MI.
Inside Drive Undies, BI.MI in B.tno.
Put on viMir Chassis' l hole Job Complete,
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The nirireM. OIUcsl. Cheapest and Moil "I'p.tn
j'ste" "labllshimnt of lis Kind ,irheie.
in&y iiw.ai.8i. Jjjr
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SroilDAIID DA i I OX
Now Is the time lo puicluis" a ear Wo nri
rlllnir ihem at practically join nun nunc-.
mostly late models. Cumi. In nml make us .i hid.
They are rebuilt and full vuai.iiili-ed,
I'sed Car Di pt . I Ursl r,;'m St.
M. C4HS A I A DIM III M.
We have on hand u fr mrj .T CAItS of
different makes ihal vie villi ill.pose or ai mined
prices to makn room for IU:i rot
W. V. MAI.Ml.V, .60 West Jllh HI,
A full line of good used CrankUm. from SISn up.
I also mil liamhler with limousine at harraln price.
, rilA.Mvl.IN MOIIIIt 4.'Alt I 41.
73d Slid Amsleriliim Av Tel. Col, (1111
llAKllit HI.ITTHH? CtliTl'i;. rebuliT; Ml 'new
palutlinr and upholstering: new hicipuclty bat
tery. Phone or wrllc for demonstration Tel. 2.
1 Columbus. IIAKI'lt VDIIICI.i: COMPANY. 17'Ji
! llroadway. .
i A Htll'AlllJ HUM,;
1 Let us sell your car for rashno sale no chsrse.
. TIMK8 NQl'AHl: At lO 4 41.,
IHO llroadway, 'Phono TSld Col,
L1MOUHINK body, painted blue, upholstery
ray whliicord: llko new: saciKlre; also I'aekai I
mouslne body. (IKOlttii: LAMDUIUY, 1MI
UKDUCTION sain 100 ears, hmlle7ainial.e.
rlel'y wagons, tails: at your own prloj, tutll
CKNTUhV CO., 1700 Broadway, oor, UUw