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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
PLAN TO ELECT BROWN
NATIONAL LEAGUE HEAD
Ehbrtri (.rooming Louisville
Man io Succeed President
F1VK riil MS ARK I.INKK IT
Brooklyn Mngnnte Vses Kocl
Ohsc us Chief l.ciisnn for
PHILLIES STILL IN MARKET.
CViUIn S.itlnnnl l.e.mtn' li.iclill men
Kllevp thai they will be nlile lo elect u
iici'esjor to President TIuhim .1 I.ywli
nt the meetlnir hie next month This
fact berHme known yesterday as h "'(liel
to the story from Milwaukee that .liweph
t). n'Hrleti, who has Just les'uneu the
position of secretary of the New York
club, would .itifiniltii'e lilinulf h m l date
fur lMich't trouhliius Job. Hiii i Hi leu,
nrcoriiliiR to Inside Infornutton. hasn't .1
chatiie. The ni.m who h.is been monmul
for the Niillntml l.eiiuue . ptcdPiK-y H
Itnbprt tt'. Hioiwi of Lniilm die. elt fiiltor
of ,1 tiewnp.ipei 111 that cltv and a fnnner
druml rA.ilted Killer of the I'.lks Chief
Hilvno.ite nf Ml. Hruwn's election Is II
Klitieta of the UriniMvii I'luli. who has
Km In Mllu.mkf e attetidliiK the minor
Iphkup merlins and who will vMt several
tVrstern cities In the National l.paKUe
rlmilt heron- urliliii! heie next Wednes
day. KUbrts has been dolus eiulpt missionary
work In Ml Hrown's behalf xlnce last
eSepteninei lie has tecelved Hratu'e
from C V Muiphy of the Cubs that
Chlcaso's vote will be cast for the Louis
ville man and Murphy also has gn.ir
antecd the vote of the Philadelphia elul).
l'rom Milwaukee last nlsht came the in
trrcftlnc Infoi matlon that In the Interest
of harrnonv the rittshurK and Cincinnati
t lubs. c-ontrolliil respectively by Harney
Prcyfii'" anil Gurry Herrmann, lmve
promised Kbbets serlouslv to consider the
Two jear.s am', when l.nch was elec'ed
tn his present otlke at the suKKestlon of
President Hrush "f the New Vork club, u
drarilnck between Jtrown nml John M
Ward was broken Blown whs nominated
Instead of John A lle.vdlcr by Herrmann,
v.lio was supported by Pieyfus, the late
Manlev liohlson of St. Louis anil the
Boston ilub. nrown. lonn a personal friend
nf Herrmann, did not have sufficient
strencth to win otr a vote from thi
Wa d enntlnn-nt. however. o thit h
fr 011,1 tin.iiiv iitTpptril Lynch.
til'N'ts tll"lefo decld'd sevel
nimlin .tin to btlni tin' LoulsvHl" man
t- tn fmnt unrideiit that hl nomii'atlon
would meet wjth the approval of Itorrminn
and lirevfuss and lhnt with tin votes
of those ni.iniMtv lliown's election wcuM
l.nttcr .Miike-s Tounnn's II
Kim of 11)7 in Hen ting
(leorge S11I ton.
IIOITK'S IM.AY COXSISTKNT
Dispose of Slosiou in Iliindy
Style YhiiiihIh nml
I totmi nMt Win.
I I'nlimi A llnrrla Admit t he) Are
ttixlmia tn lluy HhII Cluh.
' The piopoed sale of the .Plillnilelplil.i
National I.ciiuue club burnt lit n all (lii
jvpsterduy It was learned that two sub
jstantlal offers had lie-en innde for the
Ifianchlse and Krounds, but that ("liitile
P I alt's aKent wanted more time to"
f.nttlil.,e lliom H.iiiii.,1 II Hurl,. ,,f lh-,1
n r 111 of Cohan & Karris when asked for
facts in the ease leplled:
"Jack (lleuKon lepiesenls Mi Cohan
and mvself and he has had a talk with
Mi. Tafl, but so far the deal has not
been rinsed (lleasoli aked .Mr. Tuft to
'put a ptlce on Hie fiunchlse mid urmimN.
'but no II tin is that we could think of
J 11 crept I nu weie named. Mr. Taft offeied
Io lease the ptopeity In I'hlladelphla for
I lun years nml to sell the stock In the
i clilli at 11 pilce that seemed exorbitant
So we have decided to nail. We would
like to set hold nf the 1'hlllli s at a lea
sonable Men re, but there Is such a thin
as Kolim too fat '
II. II r'laree, ,1 theatrical 111. ill. who
was reported to be after the club, said:
"Their Is II 11 1 li 1 1 1 f I call nay Just now.
A deal K on, but I'm not piepated to
discus It." s
Pernios In Philadelphia said to repie
sent Mr. Taft were busy yesterday 111.1k
Inc propositions to would-be purthnsei
but iiothln? came of It It was piedlcted.
however, that some sort of deal would
be successfully swum; befoie Monday af
ternoon. The visit of Horace Knurl and
Vlie-l'lesldent Wllei of the I'hlladelphla
club lo Mr Taft on Thiusday was Hntil I Stillon. came from behind with a 11111 of
to have been at Kogel's auKKrMloii. It.m; points, thus 1 stabUshliiK a new tec
was leportrd that Kouel was hiixIou tti ,t for the touinev
have all deals called off, u that he could I iititio.ed to llum- v.i the vetciati Slos-
remain at the head of the club. Vusel , , nie.ni adveisary but lloppe
went back to I'hlladelphla lale ThUIda.v ,.,,, .1,,. nliln ttinti off his feet by the
rilKht. the result of h. talk with Mr ,i,i, ,..,.1 i.rilllHticv nf his t.lay Clusters of
lan oeuiK unknown, .Mr. 1.111 leu
foi Cincinnati on an eatly train sistei-day
Demareit iisked that the tit ilk hclns Ufcd
by Ta.vloi lie'tetnoveJ finni Ihe lull, bcliiR
In the wiiy of a close shot, the Milwaukee
player Insisted that It be allowed to lc
1 111 In, cln I ml ii r that he had the lUlit to
leave nhalk on the tuble at all thn".
Oeiu.iKst lefiised to 1 untllilie play until
the objectionable situate hud ben te-
moved, wheieiipon Ta.vlor exlillill-d onii'
The score by Inning
Drmarrst itpnt litlh M, s. 1. n. v. 3, is. I,
i). , 0. 1, I, 1. 3. -'. o, 40. 411. A, 411. it. n-'. I, tA,
I, 12, l, 4, II. Total, ,VX1; avrriwc I.', I'll-:;, high
runs, M. I. m, 10
I s) lor iwiiltc ball)-3, l, n, 0,0, It. 32. .1. u. .1.1.
11. M. in. 14, 11, ss, .11, A.v a. 1, 1;. in, 1, 0. ,v,
l.'l, .1, 0. t.1. Total, 4ti; sifiaKr, 10 l-:il lilli
runs, ;j, i.i, 4t, .is.
Pile mimes scheduled fur tn-ilay iie
2 (', M Yalimda vs, Taylui, Slns-nn
('litis, nt S 1. M.. lloppe vs. Mnrnlnc
slai, Sulton vs. DHiiarest
-ImikIIiiu ( the l'ler.
VI 1,1 nl n n I ai
;:i 1 Hue
w eie .V cstel
lloppe and Oia Mornliirstar
lav's hilKht pail.'' ular slar In
thr uinld's rhamnloii" 111 t fttlllaid tourna-
inenl In pliiRlers at the Hotel Astor.
! rlonpe not only won nts game In Rood
jstvle last evetilnp lint Kave an exhibition
nf' leniarliibly runslstelit billiard playltm.
, MoinliiKstar. In his match with (Jeoise
WHY JOE O'BRIEN IS OUT.
j swept thi
i n am
I'.'l', Ml. SJ. fill and M followed earn oitiel
ill miild surcesslnu on Hoppe's strln?, un
til he finally tan out In the twenty-first
flame, with a Rt.ind averate of 24 scores,
pel limine Slossuii's inaKnltlcent woik In
the sixteenth limine, when he made 2:1
points with th lurk breaking squarely
,.iiint him was a feature of the rvenlnit,
MornitiKstar's IntiK inn, which came In
it... 1 .,1,1, .1 intilnr nf his arKument
me wiiiKiranai 01 ,ioepn u u nru 11 ,,,, ,j c,,,.,.., 1,1 mm it out some
front Ihe hiltlnes. inaiiuitement of the tiiaiit ecellent billiards Some of the Pitts
was wlilelv tlisriisieil yeaterilay 11 lb en i,,CHr', .hots made diirlni: the run weie
did not appear at Ihe New , ork club s ofli. e ',,r .he h.ili- ralsinc variety notablv a .draw
as expei ted, but li a "aid thai nheii he leri .tmi off the end rail to an object ball
for .Milwaukee on Salurdnv he hail no Idea,!,, the centre nf the tnble Comlntf when
that ho would be supplanted by the new sec- M0.rnlnKSt.11 wis l.H points behind,
In llr IHspleasril llvt-r
trrpsl Lust sluiitittrr.
run was more than wiituy appiauueu ny
bl audience. MniniliRstar kept up his
wiimliiK stri-ak, tin.iiiv running out in the
Until lloppe and Sloson missed their
nnenlni! shuts, Ihe vouncer man falllnc
to click the (.econrt ball by the narrowest
nitticlns Holme opined his second
tlniis fler a wraiiKb' K'llrlen was .11. , innliiR with a lone drive ror position.
rest.il anil taken 10 the Wnet CSil treel eventuallv nbtainlni; eleven buttons before
police station It was wild that Mr ltru-h 1 t0inc H i n rJ masse In the corner of the
table. Slosson acaln missed, while lioppp
retarv, II II Mil utrheon In (arl ii was
statetl on uood authority that (l linen a
lated lo :o soon alter Ihe recent world's
Atrorilins to siorles In cirrulalion O'Brien
rarneil President Brush's iil"pleasiire lasl
siminter when lie rlashiK) with Ihe l'in
Department at the Polo (Iround. 11 Mrieu
rutilaoil ... ...l.i,l .. nr., i,ral,.,l .In, It i , I
been sent to Hie mounds to 'ook for viola-r'i
til's tiouhle should have been
that O'lllieii l.ickliiK III
1 rit.iintv V:hlm." and Lvn. Ii havn
o iiken fot more thJIl a vea. Soon
Lvnch's elei tlnn he filled l!bb M for
fiai 'l.'ti of the rules and u'i nu"iitl
. 11 veil the Ht.i.iklMi man fioin the 1
lllli olllltl.ttl '. Hbllets 'OWell VI II-
. , rd has been iva'lin'.' fm 11 r'.i.in.e
i,i.i.' .1 .-1111111? with the leanue s prf.
. v . -lit"
i.'pr.n. viat i.wi-ti irnu v.nn
u. T.i.el .1' tin: P'liladplp'i'.tn 1 Uih,
' Ms tuiti'd tnc Ira.ue tiplde down.
1 , 11 u-ed hv Kbbet.H as ip.isun wh
l 1 s'mlllil tie eli'Cteil Other tlllli;niitr.s,
aid aS'e- with Khbet lint ton
piililn ,t ,i s bn-ii Khen tn the.
I , '1.1 .r, I- I., ii Ii and that the
1 1.. i-vi teppi il h'. .Hlthnr;t '. m
i'rl us tn il i I'njel out ff the
, tu ,, the leiitt' Kbbi'ttt and his
n'i', - !n that I'liil-l'i ;iml eMternent
t,l Upon the lilH S-lltv of tile Utll-
p rt'der Lynch" cnitml .should not
1.1 In , 11 taken serlnus!) . that I-'osel'.s
tn, i,b il.n-" nml tin Idle talk artieil no
w . r ' ' .1 tin liten.ill puiil'c .''id th it
1. 'ii -1,.1'iiil Umvi. taken 'in nlll-lal no
tbe if t l-'U'llle lll"le Kbli, ' ,V; Cn.
licle l, I'iiI Ihe I, .iRtle's 1 metillll. 1.1 dot S
not pi.i' 1 ' 1 1 fnr tii'- 1 pul"liili ,'f .i '.lit'
llllli 1 ind that Lvn. lis .issie'she pnl'n
b a sue
de Inred ilia
nvertril 11 1 id
nnlher -Inrv was lold ihal dur'tu ihe
world's Henet O'Brien, w I111 had b'eu
haiidlinv the sale of tli kefs and Ihe 1 bib's
in-.li all ea".on with eirellent results, was
suddenly briu-lnsl aside bv Vire-Pre,den't
II N Heu.vitead. who a nmii'il O'Brien's
illlllrs 111 eplte of the latler's protests
II eiiipieail, bv the way, will return here
-hoillv I rotn Indinnapnlis to lepre-enl the
New Vork club at the le.nue nieetini;. Ho
v 111 iast the dubs vole and will lie Mr
Brush's personal representative ul all
TALK OF EVERS FOR PRESIDENT.
Vliirphv 'iivs He 1Ih Leave Clnli In
lew llnmitter'a llnnds.
ci.thrrfd 1.1 In hi; third lr
The lift h InnltiK broUKht Slosson to the
foie with a tun of 13, but Hoppe retal
l.ited with 122. tlvluc him a dprlded ad
vantage. This he followed with a run of
51. during which he irave a marvellous
exhibition of onen tabic playlnc, a thtep
rifhlon masse beiim particularly notice
able Luck also was with Hoppe dill Ins
tills tun, two kissbacks avlnR him on one
Slosson played cleverly In the sixth and
oventh Innlnirs. but was unfortunate in
Mils iitteintits to sat her the bails. A ions:
follow shot, tanslni: the full length of the
'table, won him a ureal round of applause
' In the seventh inninE.
I I'tnvln'j faultles iosltlon. with an oc
' c.islotial brilliant ditve around the cush
CitK'.vc.o. Nov 15 Inbn J livers ituv liimi Ilnnne made more points In the
heroine prisidint of tlie Clncano Cubs In leishth Innlnc. Iltuilly siierumblnR to an
the pro-p. c'.i'e futilic. accutdlnc tn .1 attempted draw intn 11 enmer. This save
MateiiKiit of the oivne, of the ChiraK Hnpiie 323 point to Slosson's Tfi a heavy
National Leasue bneball club to-nlRlit handicap Slosson tiled Kainely to 40.ua!
tor.aid l-'i'iil inlsht mv.ilvi tie
1 1 111 ' in dln.s that m!Kit
d s'ltnus fnr nl-.iliir.eil lia-rli.ill.
in f.ni tlieie t ,1 well defltM'd lunmr
thai win 11 tl.i leasue iti""ts tn spci bit ses
sion heir n No' cinhet 2fi, 'n enn.siib'r
Lvnch's cvli'enie ucaln.U l'oitel. .it least
half nf th eicht clllbs Will refuse tn sup
pi It l.vtich'" 1 oi'trntloti that Kneel shnuhj
be run out nf the came. In that event
ribbd" and his friends have planned to
bn,n open warfaie on Lvndi and w.ll
ptr.-eeil to name Hlown as a candidate fm
th" preild( nc . It is outlined bv baseball
met who studv the poll'lcs nf the came
thai failure tri bark up Lynch will fine!
the lattei tn turn in his rrii-.tiatinn. in
It nun event the rl'ition nf I'.imvn vv'll
, So f,n the N( w Yoik club has not been
ror.sultel bv th lirown mrn. who say
the.v take It for wanted that President
Brush Is fnr Lynch, first, last and all the
tlnm I'Ksident Oaffney of the ltotnn
olub hss been quoted lis sayliiK that lie
favors Ljnrh's reelection, but Mr Oaffney
" did not return from Milwaukee until yes
terday and could not be found. Mr. Helen
Tlathaway Rrltton of the St. Louis club.
It Is salfl. will In' a"ked to mipport Hiovvn
In a fw days
The picsldent of the National I-ciRite
holds a place nn the National Baseball
Commlsslm It Is cunentlv tepoited that J
riciddrnt Jntisnn nf the A inerlc.'iii Leapue 1
ravnrs nrnwnH eiei-unn juniiMin. 11 ati
pars had a dash with I. inch Uuiltic the
wood's s'ibs nvei ihe application of
Ma.vn I" itKfi aid nf Huston for statu fnr
the Itnia, Kuntiis at 'he I'dln ijroiiiuls.
Lnc 1 vnie! iipaint grant'iiK the appl'ca
I'on and .InV,i,"nii then carried It thinUKh
with tne aid nf Het rinanii. the chairman.
Lvnch staled npeiib that he did not see,
whv Johnson slmuld stietiKtliPn the Atnerl
pan League's position in JloMnn at the
pxpen'e of the New York cluh and the
National Le.iEiie The frlftloti caused
some unpleasant f'dln?, althotiKh John
son later sa'd there was nntliliiK wrnnc.
Kbhets's first move In lliowr.'s behalf
became known In September, when the
draf'ed players were allotted in Clucln
rati l'bhets went to Louisville flrt and
hrnURht h's ( indldate In Ihe nieptlnn,
without statins his object Durlnc the
rnnclave Hiown talked with Herrmann,
nreyfuss, Murphy and I"oki, hut the
plan under foot was not made public.
At National League headquarters vcs.
trday President Lynch said he had heard
nnthlnc of the repoited effort to displace,
him and waH a walling dev elopments
Thi" Is 1:0 Idle dream. It may b" a teal
Itv tf plans o' the Cub m.'Rnate material
ll.e "I am plannliiR a trip around the
world." said " W. Murp'ny. the man who
caiMHil a sensation In the baseball wotld
hv i'ls'ti!si.. Kratilc Chaiue as inaiiaRer
"In that event I would make Lvits the
! ad of t'ie i-'ub in addit'on to i.i duties
n inatiaRei "
In rase Kier should be appointed tern
rmari piesident of tile rulis and should
make Rnod Pres! lent Murpliv say s he
lire matters with his opponent, but tun
I tinned hard luck, coupled with lloppe'
brilliant woik, defeated the old master.
IV t. 1 S3. i. '
, lllsh run" 1:;
ilessiui - 0, 0.
'IS 3 1 J J. ."1. .
I -un- o 43 -
n .. : 1
vl .V J. I. T Tout.
31 v: l AverJlf S3 t
Ml' 0 '13' Tnt ll :3t (llsll
verRe I 1 ll.JO
M01 nit.KPtai .111! Sutton battled thrOUKll
thhtv iniiinRs. neb ui-Iiir evvrv trick
known tn the expin cueist MornlnRstur
whs etratlc In the fly Innlnits but man
k-rp the Trojan dr pfindrnt
ADD TWO TOWNS TO CIRCUIT.
ISiitton had Rrrat trntihlr
1 1 tin He finally Rot Into
Inrluslnti if llnniin
vlllc liaises l.rnuilr
lo Cln. n.
I ( 1. : J
Mii.wAt'KKi?. Wis. Nov. 15 -The nia
II, lies Who have been here HttcndlllK th"
annual RatherliiK of minor baRiies de. j
patted to-da. The Natliinal iln.nd nf 1
Vrbitratlnn held a srnsinn. however, and 1
icveral disputes were settled. amniiR th in
I11I11E the row In Ihe Central LeaRue 1
The Central comprised twelve clubs last
k,..i.nn tint tins full was (lit lntn tun nr-
,u ,.h.. ..Ull.l ,l.n l',ll ut.,1 tl.n .( Via. 1 P
.1.. ti... .,..,. I,. i,u i.fteriionn. Cllii" was in a hlBh state
1... .". .i...,n ..-....'.,!.. i.i ...... ...1, nf nerves even befnre the Ratne started
...i.i'.. .1,.,... e 11 oiuiiie.ii,,i, . ti... and two or three lucky break's In favor
board piovld-'d for the' Including of Al-!of the Japanese completed the Job. Ya
inonn. Pa., and Steubenv llle. Ohio. Ill th.'lniada. Ii caieful ami consistent manlpu
,.lr..,,n 'f-.o i.lilltlnn nf these tivn l..iiiia ' latloll of till lVOiy spllcles, snOII OV I r
i...ni' th.. Ii.n-iie tn I! rlas.sltlcntlon and ! eame. a sllsht lead seemed by the Cham
his stride and
tartlhiR exhibition of skill and
finesse In naiiipulalliiR the lvor spneres.
It was onlv a Hash, however, and Morn
niRstar's sensatii'iul run and sustained
cnnil wmk weie the features of the match
fi. : n t: :. U : 1.
ei 1. (1. (1 P. 1: 1
1. a lv. 'total. 'Pit Mich
r.in 1H7. n: i: 3 Avernn. I jn-ao
ftti'tnn -I '. 4J. 3 . 1 s.
"1 10 v. 0 1 : 1 1 1. 91 :. 1 v
T. : 0. J4 Total 3ii', HlBh runv. 4. I
An r.ise. 13 :-30
Woii Yamad.i. the Japanese billiard ex
pert, had little tumble dlspmins of Harry
C lue In his K.inte. which was in 111
satisfies the towns
(Villi pi ell cult.
ousted from the old
LOCKE SAYS PRICE IS HIGH.
Admits, llnvvev-r, I'rnsee mill linker
May Purchase Phillies.
PlTTsmr.ii, Pa. Sov. 15 Secretary
Will II Locke of the Pittsburg Baseball
Club returned to-day from Milwaukee and
said lie war, willing to af-sunie the leader,
ship of the Plilltnlelphla National Leajtue
baseball cluh if the club ran be bought for
a leasouable flcuic
"1 have not made any offer fot tint club
despite the repoils that have been sent
out nt Philadelphia," said Locke, "and f
have not been Intenstcd In nf Involved In
S.P.V negotlfiUnns fnr the sale nf the cluh.
because I rtuislder the prices plnced on
the cluh as quoted In thn newspapeis as
entliel.v too hlRli. At the flRUres quold
the purchase nf the club Is not even to bp
Although he will nol say so plainly,
ficke practically admits that If thn fig
ure was cut down lo a te.nouiiblo sire ho
and thne with whom bin name has been
assorlntPd- If 'f Trarcp and W. V.
Baker of New York would bo In and
t)ie over th" Phlll'es.
"I know too much iiboul baseball valum
ORENDA AND PYE TEAM SIGN.
I ' I rat Pair nrer lo Hide In niiual
vli Hay lirliul.
H.S Alf Orenila. champion c.vcle rater
if A ust 1 alia, who Mulshed second in the
world's. I'lianiplnnjlilp as well as the chain
pinnshui nf Amerlra tills veal, atllxiTl I11.1
siRiittuie tn a contract ycntenl,i t,i r,ihun a
In the MX day tare that will be held was
under tin au-plres nf the Oarden Ath'etlo
Club in Madison Squarn (iaiden tile week
bctlnniiiR lieceniber !i C.renda's paitner
will be Krnle Pye, well known as a six
This Is the first team to be vlsned
for the hU contest. (Irenda Is a vouiik-
ster, but he has perrornun b: llllantly
thii season, ranklns second lo the peer
less Frank Kramer In the sprint same.
The bis fellow is without doubt a comlllR
six day rldei. In Januaiy and February
of this year he ran second In the six
day Rrlnds In Sydney and Melbourne, while.
three weeks ago he took rouith money
In a six day affair at Toronto after
weatheilns a dozen bad spills that would
have caused less courageous rider to
quit. Th' will tide under the cold! 9 of
the Itoyal Victoria Whielmcn and will
be known as the Australian team
HUGH McINTOSH NOT UNFAIR.
l.nliKfnrd's Mnnasrer Cables 11 Denial
of Crovrr Hayes's ChnrKes.
Secretary Harvey nf Ihe Sl.ilp Athletic
Commission received a rahlepram yester
dav from Joseph Woodman, Sam Lane
ford's manager, who Is In Sydney, X. S. W.,
lo Ihe effect that there Is no truth In tna
HlBtenu'fil or (Irovcr Hayps, a boxer, that
Hutfh Mcintosh is 1 renting American
Haves, who 111 lived from Australia re
centlv. sold Hint he was forcpd lo pay his
own ivsv bask in spllo of the conlrart wh
Mclntoih Rtioranleeing Irsnsporlntlmi :
also that l.angford and other meriratis
were hound hand and foot in such a maimer
Ihal ttipy were romiielleil lo fight for
Mdntoh at thn Inller's lltpiies
llnukrlnian llepeals Cur Ictnr).
John DanlSPliniin, representing New
York, repeated his victory of Thursday In
th" National Three Cushion Billiard
league match al Doyle's Inst nlRht by
outplaying Jamps Hhpa of Chicago by SU
tn it. Uanketlmnn was hrllllaiit. Ills
run of it, high for the entire league thus
far this season, was ended only by an
cnnsldei the purchase nt the prices 1 unlucky kiss on the truth attempt To
" kl,l I .e.eke. "Of course Ihe Phil. ' nlRht Dr A. J. llarils. whn lust tn Pan-
THE LOCAL COMMITTEE
Xiitiomil Anlliorilies Will Have
lo Knlc on disc of Mini Who
linn Tor rinlnnil.
IRISH A NSW KK IMMTi:sTS
WOMEN FIND OAKLAND HARD.
Miss Unions', till flfy sioiirr TurneU
III Cmler 1(1(1.
Vuineti -nilfcts rinsed their season yer
ALL READY FOR KING HORSE.
hn II line Tarns Inlet .launnrsr
(larilrn I nvler llrcnralnrs' Hands.
Pipparatlnus for the 1 oron:i linn nf U'ltiK
Horss weie alinnst coinplett' whm the
prlvnte view for oftlclals nml visiting
horseliiPli waa held In Madison S, ill. lie
last night. The work nf transfnimliiR
thn On 1 ilen frnni the prosaic atepa Into
plclilteseiue tppteseiilatlon of flower)
Japan Imd taken so loriK that the llnlsh
Ing touches to the ting bad to be left
to the last. The llual smeadlliK of the
tanbark Is, however, alt Hint lemaliis
to be done brfote the lint! will be irmly
for the flftc n linint-ss hots,s to iimik
efnic the Judgti In the openliiR class,
which Is set for i! n clock this after-
The depurations me the mnsl elaboinle
ever attempted fnr it show or tins Kinit,
and only the horses will serve to brum
the spectators back finni Japan, In which
nunlry the. siene.IT tmnsplants them.
Along the sides of the p.-onieliaile ale
cherty lives In bliHim. whllo Ihe columns
that support the roof ate hidden by wis
taria vines. On either side of the line,
of trees Is a inofed terra intta pavilion,
the brotine cornices being studded with
electric lights. A blue sky Is stietched
over the whole gatden. and lianettiK fioiu
the 1 oof lire numerous Japanese latitetiis.
The Plectrollera are mlnlatuie Japanese
tea Iniuses brilliantly Illuminated.
Haron Qlno dl Morpuco or Home, who
Is to Judge harness horses, arrived on the
Kiench liner France, last nlRht. lie win
have lo hcI tn Ihe opening classes with
out I1I1 confrere, W Foster 01 r.ugianu.
who Is nil th Campania. The Lunarejer
Is due to-nlght, and special effort will
bp made lo gpt Mr. Foster to the War
den befoir the nlsht session ends.
After to-day the show win open at in
n'tlnck In the mortilns and will close al
l'i:20 next Saturday nlRht 1 he pro
gramme for to-day Is:
3.0) P U - Novice harcew. horses. Class ;
330 P. U, ,Shplnd pnnles in hsrnrss.Clsn ,.
3.50 P. M. Novice saddle hnrr,CIss ti.
3 3n P. y.- Novice roadsters. Cls 34.
3 tu l. H . I'otiln.chlklrpn to ride. Cats 109.
1 IV. P u. Polo poates Cls 10". ,
4J0 p U -ldlps'stddle horses, ladtra to ride.
CI"' 10' . . ., ,
4. mi i. u, iiunie n or jumura. ( pnuui, m
soar al. -Manaie norsps, t.isss ni.
s 30 .' M -Novlest hsrness horsrs. Class 41.
s-6o e'. M. Novice saddlp Horacs. Clasa So.
o .'ii P. VI - Ullltla mounts. Class HI.
Jn 1' U llunicrs or luuipeis, second pctloa
ct Class 1J
Collins mill .McNiiiinira .Miisl
Apply fo'r Kciiisliilciiiciit
I'ttMcrs Nol llciml.
the tpason he coiiipeted unuttnched befoie
going to Sweden wus becausr he ha J been
Invited to cuinpele lut I'ltiland with tin-
ptuvlsu thai he should ciunprti1 tinitlached
fimn Ma) IS until ihe n) tuple fames be
gan. In Fweden TVibtrtson .iM that .To-I
haillisen till., lit til that 'i" had ho In eptlou
lo'coinpeti' for any other club t'rept the
1 1 si ll mid that rluh hail paid his rittrillirc
fees to all meets slhre Ills letliln.
Th" only rntitriidlclltui to P'ls (stitnonv
Whs the stntetiielit of tleotRi- . .Matthews, I
il member nf the leglstiatluti cuiiiliiltlee,
hn s.ild that In- had hen id .luliiinnseti vv...ii..,,..i. 'n,., .,ei nu.nl went In Mrs
ilecliili) as .ail) as Apill Inst Hint hejnm, i!mi)etiih.i Hie Falivlew Coun
rtolild not compete for the lilsli In Hip 11,4 (1:U!. ,v inis,- ,ni sboweij lul -!, 9t.
.Mm nlni" hie A c. run. but witntid tn be M!!, in, rt:lK f,,,,,. atrokea bottpr
I nu! I'uiiii as nnjllarhe.l The nillng of-n,,,,, ., .j,,.,) rumpetltots for Bi'iss
(lhe rniiimltlee iis, IhonuiK .Vli N. P. Itu.Teis nf baitusrol
, V far ,i- Ihe rep'iids nf he .Vli irniulli 111 1 .mil ,Vi Low 11 urn Sivlft nf Mnglewood,
V -sin l.ll lull UN- eunietlllil I"HI13 V .Inlhltlli- n-i... 11..- I,.,u-..i el- nilltbl havn
I., "ii null ii Im.i'i if sin- 1'niilil have done
tt i day with the (it'-c day tournainctit ror
mi'inlieis nf the Women's MetropolMan
(loll' Assnrl.itlu'i over the (.laklillid links.
The roui'se piovul 11 dlllli'lllf proposition
for most ur the 1 0111 pet I lors for thcro was
only one score of less than 100, that
In 'ins th- tn'. nf Miss Million llolllns of
-Miinbeis of (he 1 1 ls.li Atnedran . C
atletidid the meeting of tin' liRISlliilliill
conunlttin .vesteida) III full four with
the Idea nf securing Ihe irltistuitti' lit uf
fnUl of the intnilKis suspeiidid fni vio
la Huns uf the Miles since 1 !, pi est m com
mlttee came Into poiici Ti rence Fai
ley was there as advocate In 1 hlef Law
in, I ! 1 1 1 1 e 1 1 k 1 1 1 as mil I'l l ami Martin She' -Man
tn see that tbue plesent l.ept the
peace Senetni.v Jnr
miinber uf suspeii'ltd
witnesses made .ibiuit
cinwd Into the A V
v nnen sti et
The must Ittipnttant ra"e on the docket
llrnrv Itl'iiiii'iitluil. rslrvlrw.ini
M.i.li'ti llnllii.s, WesiluoiM M
Linn I,, , III. I imlrvM oil. nu
Cav iititniKli and .1
m'ii and piubable
IV.'lity pesnts tn
F piecbicts at il
mi Is Kill, a l.leullier nf Un Ir h Alilirl
I A I llnl Ills e elli e l telllisilil I He
I lilsh viiieittuti A i". ul illr "Hilar 1 "n-f - In Iter mi ihe Riecll.
inintrv rli4tiiiliiiiili prmidi'il he llie, 'j'tJa oni.
I 1)1 In lite rules .ltl 1- 111 III bellis II lli'ti-
, l.'-l'IPIl! or til" I'lllleil .si-etis iiiieii in- r, - .
llirniil frulil 1 ulllpe-Inc fnt l-ltilii.l.l 11 th,, 1 M I
1 illvinpi, R-ilili,-, thsi It li ttfeitlJ 1' 1 Ml
I ilti'ln'ial rents. iM'Pill I'n.lll Mee In ,-Fl.lti- "i
I , ti tl.e flit ill'ctllM 111- l.i-es Ills list I, 11, r Ml
. hv rolllptinr JJrs
This practically mIIIcs the matin In J ''
favni of Jnli'iiitiii it, na James -; .Sullivan ,,,,,
has eiiiih.itlr.-illy luted that rottiprtlllon liv
fnt Ills riilltltiv shllllld lltlt (Olltlt ak 1 ll'-t , v.
mm. Mix .I11-I;. Ilie.lt . INsea Cn
Then- was lint surb isi s.illi'ii! fiii' Mts J Yi, Id. I.iri tr' li ti
Tom Cnllltis titnl J. .1. . Viitn.ira, w hn ; ti ( llllnril rpi.-ii.itnnj, 1 nitii' yll?
fv; '-"'i-". 11. '"-iM-v, i; r,,VM,v,!!,rt!'So'.ieu?
llolied iMin.'S of the M.'i'.n Mi 11 mi sun- m,, 11. 11. , l.ili.i..ih. ii,i!n.ml lit
dav Tliev were tulil that tlu hid nil-1 Mrs I I' lle.inhiie. Monti Itir 114
tnm.illrallv snspi tided tliMtisehps and , Mrs IipJ.I' Slelnhsiilt. riilivliivlio
would have ,'! fo,; relnst,,.. m.-nt It. I, J.ft $ ,"J- Vnani, . Ce,ul 'rV
tlie 1,1'Ulul way. 011:11:1 sreineii num
Rilevtd over the fill thai lie had b, ell
(Irs. Hilep, Nat,
M II I'l.tvite. Iiiitiwnmllc
.1 V I'till'i'ltl. Mi.nlrlslr
N I' llnri-r-. II.iiIimi nl
V, .1 I HI!., it; linn I
C ll I 1 milt's, MI1II1111I
II V l.li . si "iriiale
It ll Mm inrl , Klmleilnnd
I I I Watiiipi'. r'i X Cn
..,. 1 .,, i hu u'i-.ii. 111, ,11 "vv iv
vvas that of Hunz Johaiiiien, who tun ,.,.. , .i. ., ., ..,.
dov.'ll,''' he s.ild " eotlle flnlll Ml)u
and tint from T) rune
l.awsim Ituliei Iron hid a -.4lon with
the coiuuiltlee iclalliiu til 1 1 1 1 tm liii shed
iii'count.s th.it ! had tn: n up Ihr ctitl)
blank of tht lilsh (.lub aftei It had been
'lllti. .Intlv' not
Ml V n'i lln'.l,
Cetinir) . anil Mi
; urn. ll. u
Mrs S. Iluslii, Cpiiiurv:
ii, liilland' Mrs, i:. a. tisver,
N I'liiuilnitliairi I In trlcw ooj.
for Finland In Ihe (ilvmplr gatms. This
mused hini In be ptntrstid when he rp
ipseiiled the Irish Vtnillrans In the sen
Ini nietropnlltan ch.iiiipiuiishli last Sat
utday 'i'he examlnatlnn o far as Jo
baiinsen was ronteined was a fair In
spite or the ract that th- linn has heed i .tilainl 1 1 il to the chitmploii.sliip commit-
In tills enuiitiy for thi. e years he knew 1 saved hlineir by i lurllia the
llttlo Knsllsh, and alt the effoits nf the I bliitik In it badly ci iiuilileii ruiiilltlon. with
ronimlttee tn find out fioin bun wltrtherla missing cornel. Th asim he took i
he had left the lilsh rlub pilot to going nhi blank, he said, was In cms-? with
abioad weie blocked by his Inability to.Punets lul'd out of the ;Mnatriir
iimleistand the simplest questions.
J re Mohawk A. C was the mil) une
of the clubs prolestiiiK to wlthdtaw the
objecilon lo the Finn. The othirs stood
ftttn and Capt. Matt Hatpin of the New
York A. ' pointed nut that when Con
Walsh went lo Canada In 1 HOT and l'.'OS
hp was not alloivpd to compete foi a tlub
In this country until six months aftei his
leturn. Trtrtice Farley staled that befoie
Johannsen went to Sweden he put a Ren
enpral question to James !!. Sullivan,
chaiiman nf the National ItPRlsttallon
Commlttpp as to whether athletes golnc
abroad In represent annthet country In
the Olympic Raines would be eligible to
compete for the Irish club on their it
turn. Mr. Sullivan said that they would
Law fou nohertson came lo the lestue
of the protested man by explaining that
llnr.s I'nll. Ilrrliv Cntillilllril.
i.ltv I'.i.Tns'. Kv , Nov 13 The Kptbv
fm puppiis ll In I c I 'iEhlreii months old.
wa th,' fi.nutr if llle .Nationnl l"ot
llunteis V'snciiiiloii meet nt Crab Or
rhaid t"-i' 'i TI " dngs weie ra't l.bout
Iti o'rln k l.u; fi.llid to achieve nn.v thing
nn I wetr called off mid the hunt cont.nueil
lunill to-nttt'ow botit twen'.v-tl'p
hiiir.ts n , (it, nil in tins even' Thi
. " I ti nph.v f'J P" ail .ii'rd stakrr .1 R( 'r c jp
the entty was nn Rnenl. Whether thi
entry will be made later depends on how
illilckly the leulsttutlon committee lo ts un
Hie reinstatement of Collln and McNa-
Though Pun its, whit ant In tumble
ovrr the Tlpperaiy meet, was prrsi a!
thcie was no disposition to hear him
It was slated that this '.lhlle rnntrti'
plated a libel suit iiRali st the rommlttec
for saying that he madn false statements,
lilcMitid bv I'Mwiiid Wnllicr was trn ti d
K'iIbv v . .'t.inir tn I K. .laii'.esR Lut.
i.l Sin. Ill's Cjp was seinn mil Pe.e ha-
iutiKlnR tn Stnalor Jack hlnn. thild
RACING COMMISSION UPHELD.
Maryland Conrt of Appeal Drrldra
HaI.timohk. Nov 15. The Harford
County Haclng Commission to-day won
complete victory In the court or Ap
peals on the appeal of the state from
the decision or juuk iiarian in inc
Circuit Court for Harford county in In
It waa held tn.it me rauure or ine
racing commlsalon to qualify within the
period prescribed In the law did not In
validate their acts providing foi raclns,
In this the order of the lower Judge In
restraining the State from Interfering with
raclns at Havre dp Grace wa sustained
The appellnte court also decided In favor
of thn racing commission.
The Stale had broadened th case to
cover the question or constitutional!!)
holdlnR that It made discrimination bp
twe-n corporations and Individuals. It
was held that the Legislature was clearly
within thn police powpi.s provided by the
Constitution In creating the commission
to have supervision and control over all
racltiR and attendant bettlns and gamin
within the count)
LETTER WRITER AT IT AGAIN.
llnl III iia Nelanli to Horn Cross.
Battling Nelson telegraphed the man.
aReis of the Foil) -fourth Stieel Sportlm.'
Club yesteiday from ll.im'uond, llnl , tint
he would leave there at once for this HI) ,
to get lead)' for the ten mund bout with
Learh Cross on Thanksgiving Day after-,
lies are a good trniii and they have n gnud
enough plant Hut beforo any one
buy Hip price will have, to como down,
kelman Thuisduy, will nppoe plther his 'masse on one occasion
nlnn. and from the eighteenth Inning In
the end of the match held a decisive ad
The Clint-Yamadn niRiiment secured
a malorltv of the spectatois ilurlnK the
earlv nail of the afternoon, gieat In
terrst beliiK displayed In the little brow
man from across the seas. Vamada won
the toss and elected to start the name,
but made ihe prior nf placing his ball
tun far ffom the spot, not realizing that
their are rules In America covering this
point. Heme, though scoring the point
beau'ifiil tin re- cushion drive,
iniprlli'il lo start again, falling
count bv a scant Half inch. Cline also
missed the opener, but gave a beautiful
exhibition In the sermnl Inning, scoring
In haul points. Vamada tetallated with
runs of Hi. 22. "a and II, assuming th
lead, ('line went slowly up to the tenth
InnlnR. when ho succeeded In clicking off
Vnm.ida attempted scarcely any spec
tacular work. cnntentliiR himself with
sti.ilght billiards and safety play, in th
fourteenth Inning he made a somewhat
dazzling bank shot, folluwed b) a brilliant
masse. galn In the eighteenth Inning
he coaxed the halls towether fiom a diffi
cult angle and ran urT fin points before
The seme by Innings :
Vamada luhlie h.llli 0. :. 16, Ml, II. 0. I,
4, :.. '.'. i. o. 't. ::', .. id. n. o. r:. i. n, :to. o. o, o, o,
3J. n, o, ?. 31. ii. o. a. I':. w, i.o, o, o, u, 3, 10, 3, is,
I, 31. 3, 3. Total, .MM; AVi-ragr. 10; hiirh runs, M,
5. 'i 34 32
'i'llDe'lspol bl'.ll 0. II). 3. '.' 1". S. . 18. (I. M,
?. ?H. 11. 'J, 3. to. 10. t. 3. 111. S. 1. K, 7, 0, 0. 0, t, I,
n. h, n, 0. 3, a, 1, ". (, so. . 1. 1, 2 7, 24. 3. 3.
Total, 401. avprairr. s r:-49; high runs, ati. 32, 3n, rs
In the other iiftemnn Rame Calvin Pern
airst took l Taylor Intn camp after hav
ing given a very medlocie exhibition of
bllllaids during Ihe early Innings of their
match. The score was 500 to (37, and hy
an odd tui r 1 uf affairs Hie loser had the
better average. Hemaiest ran fifty-five
points In Ihe Initial Inning, while three
was the heal that Taylor could do. The
Milwaukee man soon began lo pick up,
Inwevei. while Pemaicat fell off, fading
away lo nothing In the middle nf thn
game Taylor appears lo be especially
pioficlent In nppn play, tlnm aftpr time
sending his run ball whirling around th"
tnbln nfler lis victims and rounding them
up In a comer where he might handle
them tn his liking. Ills runs of TS In the
thlilpenth Inning and 65 In tlip nlnptppulh
were icpletf with theae lound Hip table,
.Starting with Ihn twentieth InnfiiR the
CIiIciiko player took a second breath, after
which Taylor was easily outdistanced.
A urn of (!', followed shortly ufler hy runs
of to and !M, hrouRht DemarPHt within
striking distance and In the next inning
he passed Tajlor by a run of 132. F.veiy
style of billiards wns used by the young-
stri In this run. even a tound the tabli
ChanRp Initials and Mass He llldn'l
( barair Professionalism.
The mysterious Individual who rrpip
stents himself as "W J Kane'" of Spring-
field Is a man uf mnods, His letter to
James K. Sullivan, charging In clear
teims that Howard P. Orevv. the 100 vard
champion, waa a professional, was followed
hy quick hedging as soon as the letter
written In a disguised hand, was published
J F. Face)', rhalnnan of the New Hug,
lu,i,l loplHtriitlilli rmiimtt tee sent the
follow ing letter In the same handwriting I
to Secretary James E, Sullivan yesterday I
Pear Hlr: Nobody claim that Howard I
Dren l a profusions! and I didn't want tn 1
lie iiiiile-ratoml that Sly, but that he Is think- .
Ing "f playlna with a football team which
prnfesslunals play on. Kindly torrect that
mistake Voura truljy' VV. l. K
The fact that the Initials ate different In
th two letters, appeals to indicate that
mine one has been Impersonating Mi
Kane At any rate the New F.nRland a
sorlatlon does not takp the chat Res serious!)
, FALZER FAILS AGAINST ROSS.
Ha 'il Pounds Advantnar, lull (iris
1 n u nil ThraahliiaT Konls Of!
Piiii.apr!.i'iiia, Nov 15. Al Palzc. hog
fat. tipping the scales "at 221 pounds,
lea rm d that a little 194 pound man could
give him flu 0 young- lacing without 11
whole lot of trouble when hp met Tony
Hoss In the six round vvindup at the
Olympla A. C to-night.
F.ven Tom O'ltourke. who appealed In
Palter's cornpr and squlitPd a ralnstoim
over the entile rlnifalde, acknowledsed
that his coming heavywplght had been
beaten, but he declared Palzpr had a bad
cold and was in no condition to fleht and
that he would not hsive appeared If It
was not for thn fact that he did not
want lo disappoint the crowd, (
Not only was Palzer hog fat hut he j
absolutely had no Idea of distance. Three
times during the al:: lounds he fouled
Hoss by hitting low. Just before thp
gnus; 1 .ins In the sixth ho hit so low
and so haid that Hoss scteaiucd with
pain lleferee rtocap probably would have
stopped the luiut had not the bell done1
so. The blow left Hons In nu condition
lo finish. !
ll'l,bn D.U.. I.e. th Iin ,,'au lin.M.a
by the entire audience.
be Ihe maliista)
Hilly Uueal, who will
of America in the Crotona Derby of twplce
jnillrs at the Twenty-second Regiment Ai
.moty to-night, ran a trial mile In 1 mln
I iites 38 scroll')", to finish his tialnliiK.
This inpnns that the AlPxandrlu Hay bo)
I will force the running against KnlPh
Imalnpn nnd Wood from Hip Matt.
llnrkupaa Slops Footbnll (eanip,
The Klngsipy School football tpam dp
fpnted thp Pinery School eleven )p.spi
duy aftrrnon nt Esspx Falls, N. J by
the score of 27 to S, On account of dark
ness, Hip gamp was culled at the end of
the sepond period.
will conqupi'pr or Paul Mlllci in the flnalp of Ta)lor was much annoyed al the and
' j the atrlta, jdeu tuin of bit opponent's fortunes. Wheu
llrlinont Colt Wlna Porsp,
Strclal Cable tifpatch lo Tar 8rs.
Paiiih, Nov. 15, At Saint Cloud to-day
MlRvat Helniont's Oragp. with Jockey
Haitholnmew tiding, won Ihe Pilx dea
Faunea of r,ouu francs, over a 2,200 meter
cuuric. six other bursea ran.
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HEALEY & COMPANY
Coach and Automobile Builders
HAVE READY FOR DELIVERY
a number of the well known
Equipped with Their Superior Coach Work.
LIBERAL REDUCTIONS FROM ORIGINAL PRICES.
Broadway and Fifty-first Street.
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