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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1912.'
YAMADA BEATS HOPPE,
- FINISHING WITH ECLAT
Jap's Brilliant. Runs Overcome.
Lead and Win flnme by
MOHNINGSTAR IN THE LEAH
Outplays Henmrest Cline, and
Slosson Also Win Sutton
Angry, Cools Off.
Hoppe. .... l
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0 I onoinioe
I ,sm Mutton .
Kojl Yamad.i, the jouthful Japanese,
distinguished himself last night In the
11:2 billiard tournament In t)i Hotel
Ator by wliitilnc a close and well played
Rame from William Hoppe. The scoic
tvaa 600 to 4!7, Yamada making a whirl
wind1 finish mid surprising everybody with
the quality of hi work.
Ora Momlngslar beat Calvin Drmarest,
100 tn 430, at the other tnble, iiikI In In
the lead In the tournament, with two vie
orles and no dfeat.
i The Hoppe-Ynmada game was the big
cord nnd It had an exceedingly lively
Hart. Hoppe, with Rood position play all
iverthe tnblo and freedom of stroke, de
ployed the balls rapidly hither and thither
and ran an even hundred In his third In
ning. Wan the llttlo man from Nippon
dismayed! Not In the Icasti nnd he
proved It by retaliating Immediately with
a beautiful tnuslcr of I3S. There wax n
Jot of expert halls line plavhiK In this
.eruption, the. short table play being the
Very essence, of skill and the balls ad
mirably nursed, although Yumada's stroko
wasn't the lightest In the world, ltow
rver, lrc showed far more knowledge of
balk line niceties than anybody who saw
him on the first nlsht supposed he hud.
He made his first fifty points without
a tingle long table drive and the cue ball
glided back and forth across the faces
of the object halls.
Several showy masses adorned the run
and at Its finish the score was 197 to 113
In favor of Ynmada. The phlegmatic
Iloppe was meeting with much stlffer op
position than he expected, but In his usual
imperturbable fashion he took the balls In
easy ietours around the foot of the table
and mada runs In succession of 31 and
4". Hid execution on cushion shots when
the balls became wayward was noticeably
good. In steadiness and' speed of play
be surpassed the .In p. and. In the eighth
Inning, passed him. There was a pretty
steady flow of carroms from Hoppe's cue,
(hough pretty laborious because of the
balls constantly being scattered. Hoppe's
average for the first eight Inning wns
30f with Yamade only ten points less than
that proline output.
The Jap hung on tenaciously and with a
spurt' In the tenth Inning he again showed
Ma-beels to Hoppe. He set out on another
xtended journey, taking the ball from
head to foot of table, driving often but
always getting position that was fair to
good. Ills cun ball was In between a
good deal, and that finally got htm In
trouble, for- In trying a draw Ills drive
Was short, ho lost command of them and
pounded .put enough slap dash open shots
tor Inflate the caromlc cluster to 98. He
hail S2& points with Hoppe 83 behind. To
that craftsman, however, a lead of 83 was
a.' mere bagatelle, and In his half of the
tenth Inning Hoppe too uncovered a gor
geous run. He seesawed Into the lead
with a bcjntellant array of 102, hU sec
ond century stretch of the evening. Both
'Oriental and Occidental were playing
Billiards de luxe. Hoppe swung along In
rhythmic rtyle in the compilation of his
run of 103, using the soft pedal, and when
the gentle tinkle of ivory was over he led
Tamada. 317 to 328.
Yamada was within one point of Hoppe
Ui the twelfth Inning and evinced1 further
assimilation of Western ideas by giving
his opponent the oil. So Hoppe fell foul
ejf two zeros. He spurted with runs of 27
jnd 41, the latter bringing his total grist
Ui 436. Ho also enlivened the latter run
with two counts of unconventional design,
one a cushion first, shot with the front
ball a foot from the rail, the other a vig
orous straight follow Into a corner and
accompanying kiss. Yamada reached the
400 mark two Innings later than Hoppe
and was stopped by a mlscue after peck
ing away for 21 points. Hoppe fiddled
Interminably over a masse shot In his
nineteenth Inning, made it, then dropped
his cue In disgust when he failed on a
short one cushion draw.
Yamada stirred the crowd with a brill
iant spell of nursing on a transverse balk
line In the twentieth Inning, and with
acp'.iyr touch he coaxed the balls along
the lino swiftly and softly. The so-called
chuck nurse yielded a dozen points, then
the balls were lured further afield. The
Jap showed not only rare skill but same
ness and nerve. At the fifty-ninth point
he had the line mirse for the second time
and the points spurted forth. He wns
making a brilliant finish and cueing su
perbly. The spell was broken at the
eightieth shot and the plucky Jap stopped
to, file his cue tip. At the eighty-fifth
shot he got a lineup, counted with a masse
afld, the applause was uproarious. Then
ha miscued on a draw. With three to go
Hoppe got a bad kiss and missed. Ya
mada cracked out four, one of them a
hard follow shot, und beat his puissant
opponent. Tho score:
Hoppe 17, 2, 100, , 31, 47, 15, 2:, 5. 10!,
7 0. . 27. 1, 14. 47, 0. 11. 0. 13. Total,
417. Average, 13 14-31. lllih runs, to:,
100. 47. X
Yamada 3. fit. 0. 13S. 3. ::, , 0. . 91,
f. 13, 0. 10, 0, 9. SI. 5, 43, 0, 4. Total.
100. Average, 16-::. II Ik h runs, 138,
Heferee, A, a. Cutler.
Soon after Demurest and Mornlusstar
began their gume. the lattcr's "ball rolled
oft perceptibly and the point arose whether
It could bn changed without the consent
of both plaers. There was an agree
ment reached before the tourney among
the players that the table couldn't ho
brushed or the balls cleaned without mu
tual consent, but nothing was said about
changing u b.ill, Tho game halted last
night while the matter was discussed, hut
Mornlngstar went on with the same ball.
This was a slow game In tho early stages,
both playing with tho balls breaking wide
and without confidence.
It was a long, stubborn and tedious
game. Demarest took rxcrptlnn to a nil.
Irig of the referee that he didn't send the
hails out of balk und several spectutoi
sided with the player, hut the referee
Ktuck to his decision. It was even buttling
up .to past 300, then Mornlngstar slowly
drew a nay.
Mornlnrslar 0, 5, 1, 3. I. :6. S3, 0,
n. an. s ii. a. r.. ?. i. .. n
51. 45. S. 5, 0, 0, 19, 0. 44. 0, 3.', 0, j, 4!
Total. 500, Average, 13 -3S. High runs,
CI. 03, 57
Demarest 'J, 45, S3. 1. i. 11. I, 0, 7, .
ir, 10. :o, 1. ji, :, 3, o, 1, 4:, n. , 1
j:, is, :, it. :, 0, 1. , 0. 0. 11, 20, si,
1 Tout. 43H Average. M 12-37 lllrn
fterrrae, T J. tiallachcr
llarrv t'llnn defeated Oeorce .Sutton
Iri one of the afternoon run tests und in the
other Cleorgo Hlosum won from Al
1aylor. Tht respective scores were r.00
10 2 17 HUH IUO III 429. SUttOII pill .w, I
poorly against rilno and complained bit
terly of being put on esterday afternoon
after having played on Tuesday night, anil
heWeclaird that hn wouldn't play another
garrinjn the tournament, but Intended tn
withdraw. Ills contention wns that lie
"lM fagged out (rum his game of the night
before and that In addition ho did not get
4W noiwldcMtloji, thjtt Iloppe, who played
Monday night, and Yamada, who lost mi
Tuesday night, ehould have been put on
yesterday afternoon Instead uf last nlRht
Button dlfcineird dirt on one. of tho balls
after winning the bank and there was u
delay nhl J.e referee applied wet towel
treatment., The play was commonplace
until the eighth und ninth Innings, with
('line the. better pbocr, when Hutton
delved Into the Ivory for a total of Ml In
batches, of f3 mid 98. The latter tun was
mostly the line nurse and rapidly made.
A mlscue ended tho run. Tho score was
193 to 79 In Sullon'M favor. N
Hutton stopped when about to shoot III
the sixteenth Inning and called the ref
one's attention to it draught across the
head of the table. The referee sent k
Itellhoy in look for an open window and
the source of Hutton'a anuoyiinco was tc
moved. ('line pla.rd strong hllllatds through
his last 30i. though plowed up near the
tlnMi by safety play,
The score :
Cllne-o, 4. an. 22. .1. o. I, 4, .1. 3. 4, 14 1. tn, 2,
n. , .1, 44. 40. At). .14. 4, I, KV. I. II, 0, I. .1. Tnlal.
:m; average, in 20-30; high runs, sv :,, 49.
smton -o, o, to. o. a. 1. A. M. us, 2, o. n. 3, 41,
o. n, o. it, a. ,i. r, .1. o, i, 14, n, n. o, t. Total. 207:
average. 0 27-30: high runs, (is, M, It.
Iteferee- A. fl. Cutler.
Taylor established a lead over Klnnon
In the other afternoon game. The Student
n as In poor luck, meeting with a foul and
a miss and numerous lineups. Taylor had
1M points when Hlosson's total was is.
When Slosson warmed up he cut down
Taylor's lead, and by patient plodding
overhauled his rival In the twenty-second
limine. Half way home they were neck
and neck, with the score 266 to 260 In
Slosson's favor. . He was never headed.
The ncore :
!41naon.1, 2, 2. I. I. I. I. 2, 8, 12. 21, s. 21. IS,
43. II. I. . 0, 7, 2, .VI. I. O, 7. S. Id. 3. 49. 7, 0. O, 7,
30,0, s. .V3s..i, s, I, i,2s. i.nti.v Total, .vw: avrr
age,, to KM.; high run-, .vi, id. 4.1.
Tavlor- 4i, 12. 7, S3, tl. . 2", IS. 0. 0, n, 28, 2, IS.
2, n, i, o. n. ii, .v 13. i, .1. a. 7. 1, n. i. i.n, it. 12.
0.3. 1,0. 0.0.0, ,2. S, 23, 1. Total, 120; average,
V l.vil: high run, to. 11, 20. ,
Itcfrree T. J, linllagher.
To-dt4's programme: Mornlngstar vs.
("line and Hoppe vs. Tailor In the after
noon: Sutton vs. Yatnada nnd Slosson vs.
Detnarest In the evening. Sutton came
down off his high horse last night und
TRICK SCENTED AT N. Y. A. C.
Dale ii r Mpcclnl .lleellnu: May Annnl
Aolloll for KnaiilllK Year.
Some of the members who signed the
request to the hoard of governors of th
New York A. C. to have a special meet
ing called to amend the constitution so
that tho nominating committee may bo
elected by the club instead of being ap
pointed by the board of governors are
not entirely satisfied with the date of No
vember 26, set by the board for the hold
ing of tho meeting.
Those who fcent In the request were In
full confidence that the matter would be
acted on In time to allow the new method
to be used In tho election that Is set for the
second Tuesday In January. The dato of
November 26 leaves this a matter of
The exact wording of the amendment
will not be generally known until sent to
the members with a notice of the meet
ing, but enough Is known to make It evi
dent that the calendar plays an Im
portant part In the coming election. The
amendment calls for the nominating com
mittee to be elected at u general meeting
of the club to be held each year on the
second Tuesday In December and Includes
a clause to the effect that the nominees
for such committee shall be posted on the
bulletin board for fifteen days before such
it Is the wording of this clause that Is
bothering the opposition. The second
Tuesday In December falls on the tenth :
counting that as one day and November
26 as another day the fifteen das re
quired arc accounted for. Presuming this
construction Is allowed there Is time to
comply with the regulation, providing both
factions are ready. It is hinted, however,
that the administration forces expect to
prevent the amended constitution going
Into effect this year. "
One of the Insurgents In discussing the
matter yesterday complained of the dila
tory method of calling such a meeting. He
said that under the stencil system of ad
dressing less than forty-eight hours was
needed to get the notices in the mall. Ten
days notice Is required and as the meet
ing was decided upon 011 November 12.
theru was nothing to prevent the special
meeting being called for November 23,
thus preventing any misunderstanding.
"Just ask who proposed the date of
November 26 and youwlll have the key
to the situation," he said.
GARDEN A. C. TO RUN BIG RACE.
Annual Six Day Bicycle Grind Will
Heal Here on December II,
Announcement was made by the Gar
den Athletk: Club yesterday that the an
nual six days bicycle race, to be held
under the club's auspices, will begin In
Madison Square Oarden a few minutes
after 12 o'clock Monday morning, December-9.
The race will be managed by
John M. Chapman, who has been pro
moting blccle races In Newark, Boston,
Toronto and other cities for many yeais.
It Is Manager Chapman's plan to secure
the best talent from all parts of the world
for the big team race, which will have
a distinct International flavor. Thirty
riders will take part and fourteen of them
will be foreigners to be brought hero
from Italy, Ocrmany, Switzerland, Sweden.
Australia, New Zealand, Franco and
Chapman has established headquarters
In the club's offices In the tower of the
Garden and the work of signing the riders
will begin to-day. On Friday and Sat
urday evenings, preceding the six day
event, there wll be sprint and motor paced
races In the Garden In which all of the
long distance riders will take part. The
Garden A. C, officials declare that ob
jectionable features of former six day
races will bo Impossible under the new
management and. that new rules designed
to eliminate loafing and delays In the big
race will be strictly enforced.
HAWLEY WINS CUP RUN.
I.rada Three Oilier I'lnlahera In First
Van Amrlnar Trophy I'lnil,
Only four men finished In the first Van
Amrlnse trophy run at Columbia yester
day and K. S. Hawiey of Teachers Col
lege scored his second victory In the herlcs
for the cup. Hawicy whs scratch man
and defeated M. M. Durkee, '13, by less
than a foot In a hard fought race. Six
men started over the course, which cov
ered live miles and a fraction on River
side Drive, beginning and ending on South
W. Gllrnm, 'IB, led for the giratcr part
of the distance, but was overhauled within
hulf a mile from home hv Durkee, who In
turn was passed by I law ley at the tape.
The summary :
, Handicap Time,
1- K. J Hawiey. Teacher'
College... Scratch. 27 32 3 S
2- U. M. Durkee. '13.. 3 tr, 27 32 1 f.
S-S. Zvlrln. '14 1 fi 2s 2 2 ii
4 v. Dunn, '15 2 :ai su 1.1
5- W. (illmm, '15.. . 3 011 nlrt nut llnlhb,
Kansas Pointer Derby Winner.
HUTSONVIt.I.I!, Ill,, Nov. 13.V Tim tiumml
Derby of the Independent Field Trial
Club, which began hern on Monday with
thlity dtartcrs, was won by ihe pointer
Murtln'H Kentucky Dot, owned hy Dr. ('.
A. Martin, Wlnfleld, Kan, Serond went
to the pointer Swastika, oniied by l,.m
Kueedler, Danville, III., and thlnl plan
was divided between the sellers liuules l,
owned by F. M, SteveilKoii. Chicago, and
' Clink's Spoil I.hi Ian, owned by II, ,,
1 Chirk, HlrmluKliatii, Ala, Tim winner of
the stake has not been placed before since
Ihn reason opened and in tho futurity run
11 very oidlruiry race, hut In this event
slm wns clearly tun best dog In tho stake.
Si'ruha I'loiiKh Pen 11 l.lne.
Pilll.AiiKi.Piii., Nov. in, Pennsylvania's
llnul football piuctlco of Ihn week on
Franklin Field this afternoon wiih any
Ihlm? but rneonriielnir. The
' hiivnu with the line for anml gains Tha
'team will in to tho Whllrinarsh Valley
'iounlr club tn.moniiw afternoon u fin-
in preparations lor Saturday's garni with
IIM1NIIY OFFERED TO
ALL ERRING ATHLETES
1 itPjrJst ration Committee. Offers
I'niisiiiil lleward to Help
I'OWMKS'S CAHD TAKKN VV
Manager of Tip pern ry (James Is
Punished for Failure to
Mak Prizes Uood.
War on the masquerading amaleur has
been begun by Ihe local A. A. t). registra
tion committee as 11 dlr-rt 'icsult of the
evidence given at Ihe meeting held to In
quire Into the prizes given by the Tip
pcrary Men at their games this full. The
slgnlllCHiit part of tho. report tho com
mittee uniilc estciday Is the following:
"The cniumlttio would like lo cull at
tention to the. fact that while then! Is not
enough evidence befoic them to warrant
their heller. Mill they feel Unit Hrvetal of
Ihe Hi-catleil star uthletes did not com
pete tnetely for tho pour pi l7.es awarded."
It Is said lh.it the uewiy appointed com
mittee Is delei mined to use every means
In Its power to cither stamp ut the, evil
which it Is believed has crept into amu
teur athletics or to M-t at rest the rumors
that certain star uthletes will not compelo
at games unless they ree'elvo a round
sum for their app'Minncn Independent of
whetheror not they win a prize. With
these men a championship Is e'otisldered
1111 asset to Increase the value of their
ret vices In ordliiary iitnlctlc meets where
gate money Is .1 featuie, hut Home rven
have passed up chuniilimshls in order
to go further Held for a meeting or much
The committee Is clothed with power to
suspend any of these men on common
rumor and tcport nnd thru put It up to
them lo clear their rkltts by brushing
away tho ruspMous circumstances with
Indubitable evidence of their amateur
status. That several of these men were
In danger Hfter the Tlpperary evidence is
Plain by the line distinction shown be
tween Ihe words "beller and "feel" In the
statement given out yesterday. .
In order to transform tho feeling Into
belief the committee Is willing to go any
leasonable lengths nnd the' member talked
to on th- : object said thnt It was will
ing to accept evidence as to wrong doing
In this respect. Such .vldencc is culled
for and will lie accepted with the promise
of the committee thnt after It Is given It
will be held In confidence and the man
who presents it will not bo put on the
une difficulty of getting Inclination as
10 tlaa actual receipt of money by athletes
is that the giver has been held to be
equally guilty with the receiver, and a
promoter who admitted ho paid athletes
would be liable to lose the right to obtain
any further sanction. For the sake of the
prefent Investigation the committee is
willing to grant immunity to tho man
who gives proof that ho has paid ama
teurs to run so that the ttable may be
cleaned and umateur athletics start afresh
on a purer basis.
In offering this Immunity to promoters
It Is considered that thu committee Is
holding out a great bait, that Is If com
mon report may be trusted. It has been
stated by several active promoters of
games that they could not afford to have
the star athletes because they demanded
so much money It was difficult to run the
games without a loss. If the grafting
smatcur was put out of business there
would he better prizes for the genuine
amateur and better competition all around.
That the general run of athletes have
suffered Is plain from the decision that
was handed down yesterday on the 'Tlp
perary matter. At the two meetings at
which these prizes were considered evi
dence was presented to show that the llrst
prize coutd be; duplicated In a department
ttqre for $3.19 and tho second could be
purchased for 92.1.0. Many athletes testi
fied that William Powers, who had charge
of the games, promised them that the
prizes would lie valuable suit cases. The
committee's ruling on this Is:
That William Powers secured entries by
offering valuiebln prlxea in the form of bags
or suit eavev. that he nwanled prizes other
thuu these stated In Ills letter to the e-om-mlttee,
thui he turned our to a third party
letters tor the chairman of the reitlitraiion
eunimltiee ttiat requested an answer and
hH teptlmony before the committee, aliens
many false statements.
The decision was to cancel the registra
tion card of William Powers and to refuse
fuither sanction to the Tlppeiary Men's
Association for athletic meetings. The
chairman was instructed to notify the
president of the Metropolitan Association
of this action, with a request that he no
tify future icglstratlon committees of this
It was stated yesterday by a friend of
Powers that he might resort to the courts
In order tu compel the registration com
mittee to restore his card. Further than
that, shrewd followers of athletics said
they would not be surprised If some of
the organizations holding membership in
the Irish Counties A. A. came out and told,
tho truth as to the many games that have
been held under their auspices.
F0RDHAM TO PLAY COLUMBIA.
Klral Haakrllmll Clnah In Seven
Years ( nndldnlea Itrport.
Thirty candidates answered Capt. Jack
Flanlgan's call for basketball players yes
terday In the Fordhum gynuuialum. As It
was found that the gymnasium Is not
quite suitable at the present time for
basketball practice a tat get hall In the vi
cinity of the university has been engaged
for the season,
All but ono of last year's quintet are
enrolled In the Mai con schools. Manager
Kearns has prepared 11 lengthy schedule',
which opens with Princeton and Include-s
all the leading Kastern colleges, Including
Columbia, which will tin met for the lltst
time In seven years.
l.ehluli Cripples Sound Agnlll.
South Dktiii.kukm, Pa,, Nov. 13, The
Lehigh varsity bin prised Itself tn-day in n
forty mlnuto scrimmage with the sciulin
by srotlng six touchdown. The new foi
luutloiiH that havo In en outlined for the
l.;ifnette Mrugglo were used with good
effect to-day. Jim Keady, who has been
.out of Ihe ga'mo for several weeks,
heralded his return by making a touch
down. Bailey, who was Injured In the
("hi lisle game; wiih In tho scrimmage too
and now lhigh's crippled list has been
Tnpnl)-lnnr Anarrrr Call.
Pkinckton, N. .1., Nov, 13, Twcntj
four calidldati'K for the Tiger basketball
the minuend lli-at call for cumlldHtcti Is
sued liete to-nlghl and were put through
a light drill by I'', i.euhring of the depart
ment of physical education, who will have
chaigo of thn lentil this winter. This
number will be Increased at tho close of
Ihe football campaign. Among this num
ber will he Do Witt, who Is I'liptalll or thn
I five. Hie Tienckman brothers and Stnlt
or last year s freshmun team. Veterans or
tho 1312 team to lepoit wem Briggs,
llellillle and Vincent.
Dnrloioiitb l.ondrd fur Hear.
Hanovrr. N. II., Nov. 13, A rousing
final muni meeting und tho Inst hard prac
tice kcshIoii brought tin. Dartmouth foot
hall season lo 11 rlliuux to-day. Them
will be a lln.il polishing to-morrow, and
II, r... I I .... ..Ill l,.u llilHndn 1 .I...I
..I. ..,..,, ..... . .,- ..it.,,.,, , ,,,, 1 , u
I MudiiitK the entire faculty and many
lowtiHpeopIo on the mimi.il pilgrimage' to
Camluldgi. The general feeling heio In
conlldetil of vletoty, dehpiln the fact that
IMorey Dai linoutli'ii star back, was In
Jilted In .vestetday's practice and pmbably
will be, unable ta enter the Harvard game.
WENDELL DANCES A CL0Q.
Harvard Cnptnln I'nr I'rnm n Corpse
Others' Injuries Alan Mllsthl. j
Camiiiiipok, Mass., Nov, 13. Harvard
was much upset this morning over reports
that Ciipt, Wendell and Charley Brlekley
of the varsity tram were In bad condition
and lli.it the team would bo handicapped
for its Dartmouth and Yale games on
that iici'otint. There was no reason for
Ihe fears, however, as both Wendell nnd
Hrlckley nro ready to play good, hard
football, To-day Wendell ran faster llian
he has all season Mid In the locker build
ing nfter .vestcrdliy's practice, he was
"called" by (he, coaches for elolim a eiog
Brlekley has pulled a, tendon slightly,
hut to-day when he i-ame out of the sect el
ptnetlro Held he ran to the locker build
ing at good speed. Ho and Wendell both
were In the scrimmage this afternoon nnd
Brlekley scored two touchdowns Hgnlnst
the, second learn. Trumbull also was In
the lineup, hut on hIiiioM the llrst play he
received a kick on the head and Went to
the side lines. He 'was not badly hurl
and there Is no doubt that he will play
against Dartmouth. To-day Centre liush
Parmentcr wrenched his nnkle, but this
will not keep him on the side lines Sat
urday. RAKER'S TOE SAVES VARSITY, i
Ilobey Kicks Two Field Cionls In
Melee With the Senilis.
PniNCKTON, N. .1., Nov. 13. -Ilobey
Baker's toe was nil that saved the Prince
ton varsity from the humiliation of an
other tie scorn with the scrubs this nfter
noon. Kach eleven scoied ono touchdown,
but the Meet Tiger halfback turned tho
tide In favor of tho legulnrs by booting
two goals from placement during the lat
ter part of the game.
Hard scrimmage for over an hour
wound up the heavy part of the Tigers'
preparation for their Hnal game with Yale
Saturday. With the Yule battle only two
days off Tialner Fllzpatrkk Is unwilling
to take the idniiu'cs of having any or his
men laid up with injuries.
Theie was a small army or coaches on
the Held, enough being on hand to fmm
two or three formidable looking elevens.
Street Commissioner of New York William
II. Cd wards wus among tho new aililltlons
to the staff, as also were Parko Davis.
Phil King. Bill Tlbbett and two of the
famous Poes, Johnny nnd Nat.
CORNELL'S TOILING AT END.
l.lsrht !4lnnal Drill Taps Off Work
for Mlchlsrjin Com but.
Ithaca, N. Y.. Nov. 13. The Cornell
practice to-day was the last heavy one bc
foie the game with Michigan on Satur
day und the team leaves to-morrow eve
ning for Detroit. The programme calls
for the spending of Friday at the Detroit
Cross-Country Club and tho Cornell con
tingent will not go to Ann Arbor until
Saturday morning. Signal drill Is on to
The vexatious tackle problem has been
settled In favor of Guyer und Nash, the
former ends, who were suddenly shifted
to tackles at the closo of last week. Batch
Kyrlck looking like his old self was back
at left end and O'Hearne at right.
Sharpe ordered tho new play brought
out to-day and made big gains In the
scrimmages. The varsity exhibited a fair
punch and the coachea "Xvero encouraged.
YALE DEFENCE STIFFENS.
Scrub Not Once Within Striking:
Distance of Varsity Goal.
Nkw Haven, Conn., Nov. 13. Three
touchdowns were scored by tho Yalo var
sity against the senilis In the practice
game this afternoon nnd the varsity de
fence proved better than it has been nt
any previous time this yeuir. Not once
did the scrubs come within striking dis
tance or the varsity goal line and th'j var
sity during the afternoon used many subs.
There weie many chnnses In the var
sity. Dletz, Castles and Beckert went In
the backfleld nnd Sheldon, Carter nnd Ar
nold In the line In place of Bomelsle-r,
Avery nnd Cooney.
Ms 111 Work for Atnhrrat.
AUIICR3T, Mass., Nov. 13. Night work
has been added to the Amherst pro
gramme. For the remainder of the week
the teum wll go through signal practice In
Pratt gymnasium In addition to the regu
lar 1 online. Only a short practice was
held this ufternon. but the scrimmage was
as hard as ever. The scrubs held the
varsity to one score, by Guctter. The
problem or developing a strong back Held
was made still harder by the Injuring, or
De Castro to-day. He was being groomed
as a possible substitute tor McGuy. His
shoulder was broken.
Wllllaina Holds Final St-rlnimnKr,
W'lMAMSTOWN, lias?., Nov. 13. Will
iams had Its first scrimmage of the week
this afternoon and It will be the only one
before the game Saturday at Amherst,
liny continued until darkness set In. To
moriow will sea the lust practice of the
season, as the eleven will leave Williams
town Friday afternoon for Gre-enflold,
where it will spend the night, going to
Amcrst Saturday. Practically the whole
colloge will witness the game, going by a
special train Saturday morning.
Wheaton Shows Up nvj,
Annapolis. Mi!.. Nov. 13. The week
tackling of the Navy tegulars Is giving
the coaches much concern nnd Wheaton,
the old Yalo back, occasionally took the
ball for tho tcniba this nrternoon and
showed them Just how easy they are to
i pass. On bile occasion ho dodged the
whole team, though nt times three or four
men were massed In ft out of him. Kvcn
those tnldshlpmcnt whose tackling was
notable last year seem to have lost the
art of hard, diving tackles.
VVejnnil llrjoln Army lllevcii,
Wrst Point, N. Y., Nov. 13. The
Army regulars and scrubs battled until
darkness fu-day without doing any scor
ing. Devote playi'd a great gamo at
tackle to-day, breaking through nnd
smearing several scrub plays behind tho
line. We-yund, who has been out of the
game this ycafon account of studies, ic
lumed to-day, Weyund played ono of the
tackles last year. Hn weighs I'OO pounds,
Is fast and knows tho game.
I Thorpe Pairs for Medics,
! CAr.l.lsi.F, Pa., Nov. 13. Capt. Thorpe
was 1101 0111 lor worn lioaj, uiiik c.-
cused to lend himself for physical meas
urements to a board of medical und physi
cal authorities who deslml to get the
full physical statistics of the gicutcst ath
lete or all time in the hejday of Ills glorj.
Quarterback Welch captained tho train
through rudiments, slgnuls and u hilrf
Mliincaotn-Wlsconaln n Jlannet,
1 MlNNKAl'nl.ls, Nov. 13. All the scntu
1 for the Minnesota-Wisconsin game of Sat
I urduy have been sold, It Is the llr.'i
tlmo In Ihn history of tho annual battle
I that Ihls has occurred before the day o(
I the- fray. Minnesota Is all that stands
I between Wisconsin and the conference
Anollirr r'orelhnniltr Hurl,
The h'ordhum hospital list has been In
creased to live, as It wna learned yester
day that Itlley, tho halfback, sustained a
fiaiiureil short rib In thn Commerce
scrimmage of Tuesday. I'lntiegaii, Sat
ruhl nnd Sltnonettl are under Trainer
Besiis's all let dliectlous, All are sutfei
lug minor hprahiH that prevented their
appearance yesterday. In a scrlmmagi)
with Ihe Comnicice eleven only defensive
woik was Indulged In by Kordham.
Tluer 4'rrwa Out of II. '
Campkidiik, .Mass., Nov, 13, Princeton
will not compete In the boat race with
Harvard and Cornell next spring, accord-1
I Ing tu an announcement here to-day.
ins: of Football Mnnnrcr
to He. looked Into
Jlake ( harjres or I nfatrness
nnd Point to ills Record
as Money .Maker.
The removal or Frank Snddler from
managership of the Commercn football
tram last week IniH been remnnsliiited
ngnlnsl so sttoiigly by both the student
body nnd football tqtiad thnt Dr. Shrp
pard, the principal of the school, has de
cided to look Into the miitler personally.
Saddler's supporters regard this as 11 good
nmm mid already see 11 possibility of the
former ninniiger's telnstiitement.
Theie are two teasons given nt Com-mcie-o
to explain why Snddler lost his Job.
One Is that which the faculty football
cninmlttee gnve when they deposed him,
"generally Inefficient." The other Is ih';
III favor he Is said lo have aroused by
not suppijlng the committee with enough
complimentary tickets for the Morris-Commerce
Saddler, flic sentiment seems In indl-
cite, was treated harshly for several rea
sons. The managership was thrust upon
hlni after the season was undej- way. As
a icsult he had tn accept conditions as
It" found them. However, ho did the best
lie could, and, principally thtough Ills
eflntls. It Is said, the Athletic Association
bus made more money to dale than In
anv previous season. Ills snppoiteis lay
gre.il stress on the fuel that Ihe team
nnd roach were satisfied with Snddler's
ml ml Mint ration.
Ilrjnnl llnsketliall Alllnc.
The Bryant basketball learn Is In the
depths of such a bad slump that Coach
Kllert Is worried. Jed Shaw, who has
been playing a sensational game nt run
ning guard. Is laid up Willi bolls, and it
Is .feared that he will be out or the F.nst
ern District game to-morrow. Another
severe b'.iw lo the basketball team Is the
loss or I'eriivnl, the crack splinter, who
entered Bryant from FHslern In Septem
ber. Ho was showing up In splendid
styl" in the right forward position.
He has left school, which weakens both
the track and basketball teams consid
erably. In the practice yesterday Coich
Kllert tried Woodruff, captain of the sec
ond team, at right forward.
llnsketholl Helps Passers.
Flushing's football warriors returned
to tho gridiron yesterday, nfter 11 day
of re'st for most of them. Glltoy, Kelly,
Sheffield, Morrison und Newsom showed
that the day on the basketball game did
them no harm, nnd Kelly arid Morrison
worked some splendid forward passes
against the scrubs In real basketball fash
ion. The team expects to defeat tho Now
Yoik Prep lads.
St. Paul's in Splrmllil Nhnpr.
The St. Paul's team is In splendid
shape, the hard battle with Taft showing
no 111 effects. Coach Blake expects 11 clean
cut vletorv nir.ifnnt nrnnktvn rr.. tin
Is anxious to play .Manual u return game
u sucn a contest can tie arranged.
Ilrynnt Itlfletnen on Top.
The city division of thelP. S. A. I., rifle
tournament Tor the Wlngaie trophy shows
Bryant In the lead with only a bare chance
that the Ixmg Island tads will be over
come In the last hair or tae race.
The stanflng or the teaina:
Teams. . W. L. P.C . Trams. V. I. P.O.
Pryant. , , an .turn k'nrlN. I s .;sn
Stuyvesanl., 1 I 7.10 Clinton, . u 3 un
Morris. 2 I ,(M Kaslern DIM .0 J exw
Commerce. 3 2 .ono
Krnaniua Klevrn Demoralised.
The Erasmus football team Is In sorry
litralts lis til tho nmnbrtr n.,,1 mUa nr
lpluer out for tbo team. Tuesday there
weiei sixteen on hand, of whom only
I seven weie first string men, and yester
day only twclvo reported, Six of tho
regulars cannot play on account of In
Juilcs, and others have becomo dls-
I couraged und quit. This Is a sad state of
jaffultH with three of the most Important
games ami 10 oe played, i ne enly regu
lar left In the backfleld is lluic Jlmmle
Olsen. The line averages only about 1 IS
pounds and the backfleld five pounds less.
Snyder, 145 pounds, and iirniie, 140
pounds, alternated at fullback last gamo
They aro snappy player but when they
hit a heavy line they bounce back.
VI Ike- Charles to Get lu Came.
Mike Charles, Manual's star halfback,
who was hoiely missed last Saturday, has
reported to Coach Larson that ho will be
ahlo to play against Commerce Satur
day If his shoulder keeps on improving.
llannlti'a AnLlr Sprained.
Brooklyn Prep has received another
setback. Bunnlii, captain and quarter
back, sprained his ankle In practice Tues
day ami will be unuulo to play for Ihe
rest of the season.
Se-hiieilltity Stnrs nl Colnnililn,
1M Hamilton, captain or Inst year's
Manual toecer team, und Zoller of Boys
High are pluylug a gieat game on tiie
Columbia soccer team this season,
I'lirenlnl llan on Kelee.
Tlgo Ivelrey would be n star on tho
Adelphla football team If his parents
The oldest Ford is yet a
young carwith a surplus ol'
"go", strength and power.
Slow depreciation is a big
factor in the economy of
rord maintenance. A lonir
j ne ana a useiui one
Kvcry tliirtl isr n Fonl niul every Kortl
user n I'nril liooster". Nevr prices- run
niKHit r?5'25 touring car StiOO dfllverv enr
i-ii'.'.'i- town rnr $800 vvilli all t'iiiiiinViit,
r.D.l). Detroit. Get particuliirs I'roni Foni
Motor Company, IT'.'.H Hromlwny, Sew
Vnrk; also .Itickson Avenue and Honewvell
Street, Loni; Island City, or direct ' Irniii
would let him. He punts almost as far ns
Drlggs and dropklcks up tu thirty-five
.VHtels with great accuracy. Hn plujs
with tho second team now, but will lo
allowed to lilay next acason with tho first
Cnella .Mnklnu (Jooil nl Cornell.
Al Cndlz, the lltllo inller of Manual,
who was the I. S. A. D. mile chnmphm
In 1912. is making good on the Cornell
cross-country taem. Hn took liflli place
In the Harvard-Cornell cross-counti J' race.
SQUABBLES MAR SWIM MEET.
Clinton lien Is Commerce, as. to 'J'J
While- Prntrala Kl) Thick.
In a dual meet fealund by protests.
dlscttfslons and general poor management,
the De Witt Clinton swimming team ne
feutcd Commerce yrstctday afternoon at
Ihn SIMIith Strcut Public Baths by u
score of 28 to 22. The meet was hn-
imrlunl iiU- II eellSOt' for ttlC COmlllg P.
'.S A. D. championships, ns Clinton was
'last jcars champion ami commerce iv
'close second. Kach team Is composed nl
most etilltely of veterans,
j 'I ho first event was the lelay rJ:e,
'which Clinton would have won by over
jltve feet had not Davldow of Cllnlun
louled by starting ticioro receiving ine
signal to do so by Itolhctham, an official
for that purpose. This rulsi'd Ihn llrst
dispute. Davldow and the Clinton con
stituents contended that two or three sec
onds had elapsed between the time llellly,
the third man touched and the unchor
man, Davldow, started and eit Itother
ham, whose eluty It was lo touch Davldow
as soon as Bellly reached tho end of the
tank, fulled lo do to. Ilolhetham, who, by
the way, happens to be e-oach of the Com
merce swimming team, maintained that
Davldow sturted before ho was touched
land llellly ttnlshed. This, ruling was rus-
tallied by P. S. A. I., officials in cuaige,
but may be protested by Clinton.
After the reiuy another discussion arose
ns to tin; order of events. Clinton held
It had been changed from the regular suc
cession lo enable Lemcke, the Commetcu
I crack, lo have 11 rest between his events.
t lie iiv ami mo yaro oiesnes.
Behind nit this tliete was a swimming
meet und .1 good one. Lemcku of Com
merce was the Individual star of tha day,
winning the 60 ynids and century In goeid
style. His time for the 100 yardee whs 1
minute 3 seconds, which clips two seconds
off the P. S. A. I., record. I Schwartz,
tho Clinton champion plunger, was up to
his old form, going 0 feet the length
of the tank.
160 Yard ltela Won by Commerce, with
Montgomery, Flower, flatln and I.emckc.
eilntnn, with Seymour, Moore, llellly and
D.ivHow, dt5qu.1l I lied. Clinton nnlnhed tlrrt
and thi time was I minute J? second.
liungc for Distance Won by I,. Scnwarts.
Clinton. 0 f"ci: second, lieyer. Clinton, Is
feet .s Inehes; third, Kallman, Commenc, 47
feet 4 Inches.
10 Yard Mwlm Won by Lemike, Com
merce, econd, Davldow, Clinton; third,
Stroley. Clinton. Time IS 2-S arco.ids.
220 Yard Mivlm Won by llraik.n. Clin
ton, second, Se)niour, Clinton; third. Scheei.
Commerce. Tlinr 3 minutes.
100 Yard Jiwini Won by I.emcke, Coin
merce; aeeond, Mnorc, Clinton: third, Helll),
Clinton. Tlim 1 minute 3 seconds.
Fancy Hive Won by K. Metric'. Com
merce 44 points; second.. C. Abranis. Clinton.
Ii points, third, A. Utrousland, Clinton, t:
HAMILTON OUTPLAYS CUTLER.
I'lKhls. I'phlll After Opponents lire--nrel
Culler School suffered Its second defeat
of tho season yesterday at Celtic Park
at the hands of the Tast team or Hamilton
Institute, score 13 to 6. Cutler's only
score was inde In the Hist row minutes
of play when Herbert caught one or Ham
llton's rorward pusses and run 23 yards
for a touchdown.
With the seote against them the Hamil
ton boys fought harder. Harris and CJreg
ory In turn crashed through the line for
the length of tho Held nnd Davis kicked
the goal. The second score came in the
third period by rushing the ball right over.
Hamilton was prevented from running up
a scote by I'onstunt offside play.
Hamilton. Positions. Cutler.
Herd. . . Left cud Connolly
Hark . .. Left tackle J. Cohen
'Iho'npson. Left guard Duff
Stewart.. . .Centre tn Horn
riclris Itlrht marri . ...... lion I
Cunningham. ItlKht tackle Howling
Urophy Mint rod Twycfturt
Havlv .. . Quarterback Herbert
Harris Left halfback Anatlvla
Mtirnane Itlnht halfback Walnw right
liresory. . fullback hcrk
.Score- -Hamilton, 13: Cutler, fl. Touchdowns
Harris, Herbert and D'lVis. Cost from touch-dovn-
Pavl Substitutes 1. Conn for Con
nolly, Slew-ait for J, Cohn. Iteferre Tom
Thoip, lolunibla. t'mplic Wayc. Sew York
t'nlon. 1 incuran-Srr.llli, Cornell. Time of
period- to minutes.
' Milliters Hide KlRlitrrn .lilies,
Pi..vinfieu N. .1., Nov, 13. Mosseuers
of the Wntchuns Hunt Club enjoyed Its
longest run of tho se.i.on to-day, covci
Insr eighteen miles. It was moonlight
when the cluvso was finished. The hounds
were thrown In on the Hamilton farm nt
South Plalnfleld, crossing numerous es
tates to a point near New Brunswick.
Tho chase then circled, about to New
market. The first check was on the
Wooden farm und the second one on Dr.
O. W. ICndecott's farm, after which the
houuda led the ilders back to the ken
nels. K. H. Towner and J. J. O'Donohue
went down but were able to continue.
Itrynnrd Snrprlarit nt Ilrrukfnat.
.iF.mcitn, N, Y Nov. 13. Seven-thirty
In the morning proved a bit too early for
fox hunters to-day and a small field fol
lowed the hunt, which surprised thn fox
nt his breakfast on tho Underbill farm,
chasing him to Syossiit, where he turned
and made Tor thn Underbill placo again,
then back to Syussct. Tho scent then
led over the railroad track to Woodbury,
running to ground on tho etntc of Wat
son Webb. It was a rattling run of seven
miles with the fox In view hair or the.
time. Among those fallowing were Mrs. T.
A, Burden, Mrs. C. C. Rumsey. S. Fish. D.
Jay. J. Parks. B. Cocks, Mr. Voss and .1.
K. Davis. M. F II.
QUITS BROWN TO ENTER YAI.E,
I'nl Car, Fnolhnll IMnjer, Deem,
Ills Treatment I nfalr,
PltoviPK.WcK, It. I., Nov. 13. Kdwaid I!
(Pat) Casey, star freshman halfback ui
the Brown football squad, has left tlrowa
and entered Yale, disgusted with what ha
deems unfair treatment at the. hand of
tho university nuthorltlca here In regard
to his eligibility.
Case-y had been Ineligible all the season
because or one condition In Ills studies
which he has not been allowed to ina
up by tho faculty. Pressure has heen
brought tu bear upon the e'ollege authori
ties by utidergiuduales and alumni alike,
to secttro his eligibility, hut without r-suit.
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