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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1912.
I 'ina I
BROOKLYN";'. PKIMi OHKAT
Well Developed Open IMny Too
Much for Apparently Stale
Manual 1 lamina save ('omniiM-d' n -kihhI
llirnhlnrf til t'ominiTiiiil l'l''!il .vptrnl,iy
afternoon ami vim llu ijl,l f foollmll
i.lmniplnnfhil! of the isriviliT city Thr
kcnrta lilnll 'I In' derisive bratlnc wn
a null" lilon Id Cominrrre, for tln team
hnl not been viircd nn unit Intel turnip hiii'Ii
gnoil chnvliiR in ll oilier iratnci llmt there
ii weneriil dellef llmt il would win
'I here mis no rxpri-liiflon on either side that
the k limine M-ori1 would lie 111 Inrui' m It
wn, hli'hever learn won
I'ominene wa lar In-low H- timinl form
ml rreit for o raalonnl ilafhes of brilliant
play innile a poor lio intt ntriiiiwl the
lighter Hrooklyn leiun. The work of the
team In ireneral Mii:i:e?tei s-ttilenon, mid in
Any event bolli b.ul.neld and rorwiiril line
fallfd to make the inot of their pOH-lhllitlen,
The Croat atrrnctli of the fommeroe line,
which was expected to crush Manual, wn
rompletely laeklnir 'I he Hrooklyn lnds
lor the most part were able to make n very
(Mei-llve taml aenln-t the line plays, and
their vtrrncth was ronpeiiom In times of
'Ihe loiward pa. whleh ha been de
vrlopcd lo such period ion by Manual, was
Hk'ain the real explanation of Ihe ietory
Harmon cot over the field with amaine
rapidity mid was able to plurk down the
ImII from the midst of any number of play
eri In thlsrehpmt Mutimil showed far
irrealer roniircriilnii than t'ommerce
lis attnek was varied and pui.lliiff, and
the forward parses popped out at Ihe most
iineiei'led limes Commerce h'ld com
paratively fe plays, and these were soon
solved. A fatal delect in the Commerce
machine was the almost complete lack of
Interference for the runner Hlnduett's
Kweepins runs around the end and through
the tackles which had been so dainaelni:
to other teams were nipped at the start
almost every time because there was no one
to lend oil the .Manual men, who spread
out and pinned him to the ground almost
before he had time to start.
Instead of dependinu mainly upon ma's
formation and iitiHinit Ihe heavy li-ick-ftcld
to Its best advantage, Commerce
attempted the forward pas and made
bad failure of It Manual was as pflliient
in breakinc up the play is in executing
and this resulted in manv los.es
The puntiniron both sides was evollent
Iliiieuall booted for Manual and lllndgnt
for Commerce. Their drives were lone
and high and both nvrraKfil over thlriv
yards. Kach team stored a drop ktel: uo.il
from field. Cann, Manual richi tackle,
put one over the bars in the first period and
Tarasette, who dere.iled DeWitt Clinton
with Ids toe last week, put the ball over
the bar from the .15 yard line.
Illodsett kicked off for Commerce with
the wind hlowlmr straight across the held,
llaeno. who not the ball was dumped on
the '.'." yard line. Two uttucks were made
at the line and then llmcnell minted to
Blodsett on Commerce's in yard line Mod
KCtt soon returned the kick and Zeiti on the
neit Hcrltnmace skirted the riirlit end lor a
forty yard sain to Commerce's .Ti yard
line. Hall valned two vards and Israeli
three. I'aruett made a fine attempt at
a field son I but the ball fell a few Inches
below the bar
'Ihe ball was put In ulay on the :o yard
line and lllodk'ett and MiCiisker made Ions
gains down into Manual territory. With
the ball on the in vard line HlodKett sot in
position for n dron kick but the pass wns
too low. Cann then fell back from the
line and dent the piitskin spinning between
the posts. A lone punt by Dingwall ended
There was a ileal of punting In the second
period, eltz. who played nn excellent came
airniarterhuck and left halfback for Manual,
ran one of HlodKetl's kicks bark In the
yard linn and on the next play a forward
pass (from Zeit. to Harmon the latter
Heored touchdown. Coniinerie came to
tife'in the later part of the iwiIimI when
ttloduett mad a a" ynid run to Manual's
Si yard line, but the ball was lost nn do in
IllodKeU fumbled the klckofl at the
beginning of the third period and Zeit.
recovered for Manual. After a few short
aalna .Manual was penalized 1.1 yards for
holding. The. Commerce defence dropped
back to receive a punt, but instead Mar
mot! gathered in a lonit forward jiass and
not to the s yard line s. second pass,
however, went out of bounds Incomplete.'
Kreer was hurt in this period and had to
go to the sidelines. The creates! amount
of action came in the last period. Karlv
in the quarter after Dingwall had punted
Hlrachman succeeded In getting a pass and
brought the ball to the 10 yard linn Hall
Intercepted the nnxt attempt at the same
play. Vunta were exchanged, but Com
merce regained possession of the leather
through an Intercepted forward pass
Tarasette then mude his drop kick from
the3.' yard line
Only two minutes remained after the
kick orT and Commerce took desperate
chances with a long forwaid pass. Har
mon nailed it and then Manual turned the
tahlea with a series of smashing rushes
toward the Commerce goal. The play was
fierce and man after man was knocked out
until the whole Commerce back field was
retired. Tapalow of Manual had to be
carried to the dressing room fioldberg
went over the line just as limn was up and
made the scoro t."i to a
Manual Training IVwItlnn.
Z.rltt . .
I -oft tacklr.
. l.rtl eunrd
Klglil guard .
Itkht larklo .
Itlght end .
Score Manual Training, 15. Commerce. .1
Touchdowns- Harmon and Cinldhcrg lioals from
Held I'aiayette and Cann. Suhktltutr Manual
Training .e man for Colrord, (ioldhrrg for
ZcitJ!, Zcltc for barsm, Tapalow for Hall, Knnls
forUulmi, l-arsm forTapalow. Commerie -Clanp
for Freer, hanarck for .Mci'utkcr. Illrscliman for
Hear. Flower for llnmn, Itefcrre- Carrier, em
pire Trak. Head linesman I'lupatrlck, Time
of periods 12 minutes,
FRENCH RACING DOES WELL.
Brrrylhln; sllghtl) HtKBer Than II
Wat Last Sraann,
Special Cable l)enalci to Tiis Scn
Paris, Nov. IS. The Hat racing season
ended this week, being most satisfactory
ftom thn financial point of view. There
were thirty-nine meetings, 1,075,000 franca
In entry fees, 4 3,717,000 francs, wagered
In the pnrl-mutucls, and 2,440 horses,
ran; this ns compared with last jiar,
when there were thirty-eight meetings,
1.073,000 francs III entiy receipts, 41,13.1,
000 franca wugered nt the parl-mutucls
and 2,417 horses ran.
The second batch of disqualification
of racing: horses for doping bus. been morn
sensational than the first disqualifica
tions. It la hoped that Count d'Mouhcl
will carry out his action for the leln
statement (if his hoise Hon Itusc. no
that the subject may be fully alied In
the law courts.
Among the latest horses disqualified
are Itoselyn, owned by the American
WlUlam Flatman, which was ti ulncd ut
the owner's stables at Chantllly, and
Camyre, owned by the American tMiarles
Kohler, which was trained at Mnlsona
T.afltte. Mr. Kohler Is convinced that
Camyio nai not doped, but ho does not
so aji.v use of tuklng any action ngalnsl
file fceclslons of the Htcwunls, which can
ot be appealed,
ConunpiTP (Jets I(ntlt
aV4pBnw BnnnaE 1
nanaS? rsie' . .' 14 aSangaannnnj
Tin' I'd In Prep team plurrs ninth
reliance In this plucky pbivcr. He Is
niiikliiK a strotis I'bl fornll-siiiol.'istlc.
.M')ro)oliliin Cross - Country
ictor.v itoppnteil by the
KAKDE.V FINISHES Fill ST
Ilunx Steadily Throughout and
I Strong at End Hig
Crowd Sees It.
Ilepcitinc Its performance In the Junior
metropolitan cross-country championship
of two weeks ago, the Mornlngslde Ath
letic Club team yesterday captured the
Junior national title over the Van Cort
lamit Park course, which measures Just
at little short of six and one-quarter
mile.. The Mohawk A. C. was second and
Vonkers Y. M. C. A. third. T. ll.ndfn.
running unattached, lrd the men home In
easy stle and carried off the Individual
chnmp!onhlp The victory of the Morn
lngslde team was even more decisive In
yestord y's contest than In the metropoli
tan event, for the men were further up
front and consequently had a lower score.
The same even balance of the Harlem
team that won the other title for them
m j iked their victory yesterday, and It
was In this respect that they were su
perior to the othr teams. Socond. third,
eighth, ninth and tenth places went to
the victors and helped them to their low
total The victory was a popular one too,
for the large crowd which spread over
th park to watch the race gave plenty
of encouiagcment to the Harlemltes. Few
clubs have accomplished what this little
oi ganlzatlon has done. It has been In
existence only a few years and yet, with
out the resources or facilities of some of
the older clubs, It has forged steadily to
the front as a cross-country toam pro
ducer. Harden ran a very pretty and well
Judged rdce. He went out to the front at
the beginning, and although ne was sat
isfied to let others do the pacing, he al
ways kept within hailing distance and
seemed to get fresher as the race pro
gressed, lie did not wear himself down
by 111 timed spurts, nor did he let the
sprints of the others bother him. When
any of his fellow competitors came up
from behind with a burst of speed. Harden
made no attempt at challenging them, but
kept a steady gait which carried him to
the front at the fourth mile. From this
point on be was never headed and the
four mn who finished directly after him
helrl the siiine oosttions nlso.
At the one mile mark M Hughes of the i
New Voiw A (. was leading Hnssell
Springsteen of the Yonkers Y. M. A.,
by a few yards, with Harden. Huysman
and Leslie all bunched about two hundred
yards back. Leslie began u sprint at this
point which carried him Into the lead, but
It proved his undoing, for, oltbough ho
tried gamely to hold his place, ho had to
quit shortly after.
The summary :
Pns Name and Club
T Harden, unattached
M. n. Hujiman. 1 A. A. r
1 M. Iliighes.,. V A r
; I WHlUms, Mornlngslde A C. .
3 O. Nolmn. Mornlngslde A (' . .
It Springsteen. Yonkers V. M. C. A
4 11. llldille, Mohawk A r
t. .1 J Herman'. Vonkers Y M C A
A T Porpora, Mohawk A
7 A llnth, Mohawk A I-
1 Maler, Mornlngslde A. C ..
J. Strnbtno, South IMterson A c
s c McCann, Moridngslde A. C. . . .
10 J Mannlna. Mornlnaslde A c. . .
F Smlih, N. VAC
11 J, Hampsnn, Yonkers Y. M. C A
11 II .McLinkle, Vonkers V M C A.
13 f Wilson, Mohawk AC.
It T Mssterson Mnliauk A C ....
15 A Hall. Yonkers V. M c A.. .
16 . I. Ilrooks. Mohawk A. C
H Jordan. X.lcr A A
17 II Soons, Mornlngslde A C .....
II II. I.ur.is. MnrnliiKsl'le A. ?..,..
Is A. Larseii, Vonkers V. M. ( A..
20 A J rtarage. Mohawk A. C 40:01
21 V Coulter. Mnrnlngstde A. C. . . 40:0!
Men who ran ns Individuals and whoic
places did not count In the tram acores.
The tenma finished us follows:
I'oa Club Places,
t Mornlngslde A. C. 2 3 s
2 Mohawk A. C. . . 4 7 13
1 Vonkers Y. M c A . 6 11 12 ID
Alhrlichl Cloaca Willi Victory,
Mtkrxtown, Pa., Nov. in. On Albright
Field heie this, altcmoon Albright closed"
lis' season with a victory over I-ehunon !
Valley, V) to
llliie and While, who, however, put up a
plucky fight against u heavier team in the
face of thn loss of services of Its li.wi nl.n
I because of InJurlea. Cnpl. Ikuifer of A I -
bright starred in carrying the ball from
iiiiuiieiu uu mi intercepted lorwaril pass
for a touchdown early In the second halt.
It was his second touchdown, ho having
made MhrlKhl's first score live minutes
alter play began. Pottelger scored in the
first quarter, recoveilng the ball when
Pownnll tumbled on Lebanon Valley's
VS yard line
tienrge Chip la Ihe Front.
Cot.tiMnuR, Ohio, Nov. 1 Ilecause of
his draw with Jack Dillon of Indlnnnpoils
here local fight fans lire boomliiR llenrg
Chip of Newcastle, Pa., nu it coinlmr
champion. The bout wan the fastest evei
witnessed here and t he ref,ir.f,'M w.,..il,.
of driiw- wns approved generally! although
St a vol of That. Srhool Again
First in Colninbia's Cross
t'i - STATE TEAM WINS
Field of UU- Hoys (5cts Away
for Annual Interschol
S'cljoolboj s of all sizes took possession
of the Columbia campus yesteiday after
noon, on the occasion of the Jnter
scholastic cro.vfountry run held tinder
the auspices of the Columbia track team.
As the time drew near for the start one
would think that every schoolboy In
(5i enter New York nnd Its outlylnr dis
tricts had managed to acquire n pair of
running trunks and n Jersey and was
niixlous to. display them for the benefit
of his less athletic brothers nnd sinters
who weie out to cheer. As far as the
eye could teach there were runners, short
and stout, tall and lean, dark nnd light,
and all the colors of the rainbow were on
the flags the onlookers held.
One hundred nnd sixty four of the
thinly clad harriers was the exact num
ber in the crowd that shivered while wait
ing for the starter's gun. One hundred
and sixty-four was the number thnt tried
to get away first and set the pace for his
I.ouls Staver, the fleet footed runner of
the Schenectady High School, led the
pack home after a hard race along River
side Drive. He completed the three nnd
one-half miles In 18 minutes .19 t-5 sec
onds. 1 minute 2 4-5 seconds bitter than
the time he made In winning the race
Schenectady High School ns a team wns
also victorious and carried off the Gus
tavus T Klrby trophy for the year with
SI points Newark Central High School
was second with 68 and Morris High
School, last cat's winners, was third,
having a total of TH. The victors took
.first, second, elevamh, eighteenth and
P. Dochstadter, another Schenectady
tny, ran second to Staver. finishing nbout
seventy yards behind the winner. His
time wns 18 minutes 49 seconds. S. Ten
Kyck of Jamaica High School was third.
These three boys kept together from the
start. Dochstadter showing the way up
to the half way mark. Staver ran third
most of the way. Comlntr up Broadway,
however, after the turn at Ninety-sixth
street had been made, the two Schenectady
boys pulled away from Ten Kycli and
came Into South Field practically to
gether. Stavcr's sprint In the last quar
ter was too much for Dochstadter.
Oustavus T. Klrby. president of the
A. A. I'. and donor of the trophy, waa
The bojs finished ns follows:
II 31 4-
Tos. Name and School.
1 !.. Slaver, .Sihene-ttdy H 8
I 1 Dnehsladter, Schenectady
II S 4i
S Ten Kyck. Jamaica H. S...U 00
4 1'. Krough. Morris II. s i Oi
5 J. .Mey-r. Central II, 8. New-
ark ) 15
W ltus. Central II 8. New-
ark Is II
. N. Wn, te Witt Clinton II. S. 1 "5
M. Uougllss. De wilt Clinton
II . if
II. Jones. Crntral II S, New.
arK is j;
10 8 IMstrouik. Morris II S.. is 40 j.
11 . Friday, hchfn-ciady II 8. 15 44
II It Hlrhardn. Vonkers II. s It 4C :-J
IS W Drabble. Ilarrlnger II. S. ..Is 47 J-S
1411 ilratiney. Commercial II. H. IS 13
H F Mrlrk.ey, Harrlnser II. 8... 19 It 1-5
1 II. Hosofsky, II 8. fommerce.l) l
! W. I'OKrll, Morris II. 8 20 00
1 C. Durham. Schrnectady II. 8.10 11 :-s
1 C. Knight, Sohm-ctady II. S..50 II 2-5
10 J l.enion. Morris II. 8 : 31
pi It. ilray, Commercial II. B....:o 34 1-5
:: II. Dunlap, Ilarrlnger H. S....I0 it
:3 .V. Angua. Central it. Ne.
ark jo 40 j.;
:!.. II. Davidson, Morrla II 8.20 41
:'"J. Logan. Cent. II, 8. Nwark20 42 t-t
! II Ileyert. Schenectady It. S...20 41 4-5
:. C. Ilrnoker. Schenectady II. 8. 20 4
2 J. Lewi-. Cent. II, 8. Newark 21 01 1-J
X Weiss, llarrlnxer II. 8 21 OS
30 J Sharer. Uarrlnaer II 8 21 04 1-5
31 J Culttti, Cent II S, Nmark2I 07
32 1; lilenn. Erasmua Hall II, 8 .21 IK 1-5
"I. Kueppet, Commercial II, S.2t u
34 1.. Rumrnin, Harlem E 11. 8 21 12 1-5
35 E Klages. II 8. Commerce. 21 It
55 A Ten Kyck, Jamaica II 8 ..21 17 4-3
371.. Quick. Hoys II 8 21 1
1' D. O'llrlen, Commercial II. 8.. 21 20 l-S
S9 F Itaumelnter, On Witt C1lntnn2l 21 1-5
40 1). mum. De Witt Clinton It. 8.21 10
I L. Davla. Uarrlnter i, s 21 33 4-t
41 A Urooks. Schenectady II. 8.21 42
E. Whltmore. Commercial II. 8.21 SI 4-i
44 M Seller, Kast Orange II. S .22 10
411 J. Froggatt, Eat Orange II 8.22 13 l-S
4s K. McClay. Yonkera II. 8.... 22 17
478. Cohen. Morris H H. . . 22 25
4111. Terhune. Harrlnger II. 8 ..22 31 2-5
4' C. I'lebes. Commercial II 8. II
50 C Weinman. II. 8. Commerce,:! 41 4-!
31 J. Jones, Schenectady H, S....1! 41 3-5
52 (I. Haskell. Hon' H. 8. . ,.22
CI K. Smith, Yonkera II 8 22 II 1-5
54 . Young, Jamaica II. 8 ...23 10 1-5
55 M. Ctmpbell. Manual Training
II 8 II 1
S F Aldrlch. Manual Training
II. 8 2J 22 .j
578. SeMler, Harrlnger II. 8... 23 27
51 C. McDermott, II. 8. Commerce. !1 35 4-5
61 F. Plant, H. 8. Commerce 21 41 3-3
0 (1. Lyons. Manual Training H.8.2I 51
i 1 Jicurain, u Witt Clinton
H 8 J4 07 l-S
: M L.iuor. Commercial II, 8.... 24 12 3-5
S It. ITyan, Manual Training
H 8 24 25
"4 A Herman, Morrla II. 8 25 01
C5 II Nlrenburg. Eraimua Hall
II. 8 15 10 1-5
T Lang. Harrlnger If. 8 26 41
The schools finished in the following
Fos School. Total.
1 Schenectailv Hlah Rchnol
2 Central High School of Newark..
3 Morrla High School
4 Uarrlnger High School
5 Commercial High School
Do Witt Clinton High School
7 High Hchoo of Commerce
Jsmulra, High School
9 Vonkers High School
10 Manual Training High School..,.
11 Erasmus Hall High School
12 East Orange High nehool
13 Hoys High School, Brooklyn. . .
C0STELL0 GEORGETOWN HERO.
Bnola Final Minnie Field (Snail That
Rent Virginia, 18 to 1.1. 1
Washimito.v, Nov hi, Harry Costello,
tho hero 'A former fleorgetown-Vlrglnla
games, once moro made history this after
noon In tl,e final minute of play when with
tho score standing 13 to 13 he booted the
pigskin over Virginia goalposts with a
pretty drop kick, winning ono of thn best
games ever witnessed In the capital by It
to 13. Although beaten, the Virginia eleven,
was not disgraced, The lada from Char
lottesville played the local team off Ita feet,
time nnd again working forward paasea
two of which netted touchdowns,
Costello, who Is rated as the beat broken
field runner in the South, tore off one long
run during the engagement, taking the ball'
on it punt in the third period and going
seventy yards for a touchdown pursued
bv tho entire Orange and blue eleven,
Donnelly . ..
. 1117 lllll'llfl.
I -en halfback,
.. . .U'ulfolk
I .'''ff'' C-apt.l
nrnre-urnrretown, ia: virtln a, 13. Touch-downs-CoMcllo
Donnelly, l,oret. Gillette,
(oats from touchdowns (,'uMello. farter. Ooali
m fbcd-Costello. Carter, tioal from field-Cos
f llo substitutes- Virginia -Gillette lor llmu.
jicorgetowrj-Calman for Costello. CoMallo for
fJ'r,r,K'nl'r,tt.rf,?-. T.?m T!lorP' Columbia! Vm'
' ; ""","1 '".V"'', """man i-anu, rtavy.
Time of periods ti minutes.
Hrooklyn V. M. C. A, Healen.
Hrooklyn Central Y. .M. c. a. ln.t .
Stnteii Island L'rlckct nd Tennis Club
DOZEN COLLEGES EXPECTED.
Preparalloni t'ompleled for Crosa
I.'nnntrr II ace at Ithaca.
Ithaca, Nov. 16, Plans for the Inter
collegiate cross-country race which will
be run over a six mile course next Sat
urday are about completed. Tennis from
nbout a dozen colleges arc expected to
reach here next Thursday. They will be
housed nt tho several frnternlty build
ings Instead of hotels, and special train
ing tables nrn to be provided for Hiem.
Various entertainments' for tho visitor
and the officials nnd others who will come
here have been provided, among them an
Illustrated lecture on the Olympic Karnes
by Oustavus T. Klrby,
Tho course. hn.i been pronounced by
Coach Khrubb and the Harvatd team, the
member of which ran over most of It sev
eral weeks ago when they defeated Cor
nell In a dual race, as ono of the best that
could have been nelacted. It Is Just dif
ficult enough to make It a real cross
country course, but the men will pet have
to undergo any hardships. Starting on
the campus. It swings out past the agri
cultural college to Forest Home, then west
to tho golf links, then ucnus tho Fall
Creek bridge and past the agricultural col
lege again, out to Forest Home and back
along lieebe Lake, winding up In front of
the university library, where It terminates
In a bunder yard straightaway.
Teams are expected from Harvard, Penn
sylvania, Brown, Ynle, Princeton, Colum
bia. Hyracuse. Michigan, Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology and Pcnn State.
Cornell, with ten straight victories to her
credit and twelve out of thirteen cham
pionships since the beginning of the an
nual meet, finds herself hard pressed this
fall by Harvard, whose runners beat the
lthncans by greater team strength a few
weeks ngo. Blnce that time, however, Cor
nell has Increased her strength, tho men
running In better time and moro of them
being bunched together at the tape. In
the recent meet with Penn a number of
the ithacans bettered their time of the
Harvard race nnd although the outcome
Is very much n doubt Moakley's men have
n better chance than they did two weeks
John Paul Jones, the Cornell captain. Is
favorite for the Individual championship.
Tnbcr of Hrown and Lagner of Penn and
the Harvard men are expected to give
him a hard tussle. Moukley fears the
Harvard men, bue figures that Tabcr,
Iagner and several others should cut In
on the Crimson and thus help Cornell's
MIDSHIPMEN ROLL UP 40
POINTS ON WEAK RIVALS
Xorili Carolinn A. and M. Not
Stronpr in Any Linn
Annapolis, Md.. Nov. 16. By win
ning from the Agricultural and Mechani
cal College of North Carolina by 40 to
0 this afternoon the midshipmen gave
their friends much reason for believing
that the turn for the better had arrived
and that they may expect great progress
In the two weeks of practice oefore the
Army game. However, the more expert
members of the Navy contingent are
rather Inclined to believe that the big
score was due rather to the weakness of
the visitors than lo any great Improve
ment on the part of the local team, and
are pointing out raw places which still
are much In evidence In the work of
The North Carollnans were badly de
ficient In many elements of tne game.
They had no backs who could make any
substantial gains until near the close of
the contest, when the midshipmen regu
lars all bad been supplanted by substl
tutes. Their punting was the worst seen
here this season and Cool could not get
them off for an average of much over
twenty yards. Once he punted from be
hind his goal line and the ball went out
side only five yards In front of the line,
giving the midshipmen an easy touchdown
Finally, the attack of the visitors lacked
variety and only once did they try a
forward pass, a style of play to which
the midshipmen have been ready victims
this season. This was regretted by the
Navy men, as they wished to see what
the team would do against these plays
The Navy team's total of points was
made up of five touchdowns, followed In
only one case by a goal and three goals
from the field. The latter Is u record for
an Academy team. Brown kicked one
of these from placement and Leonard and
Myers each had a drop kick goal to their
Naval Academy Positions. A & If C of N. C
Ingram. Iftrnd. Phillips
Hall l-efi tackle.. Hunt
Howe, . ,. Left gaard Cook
Walker .. Centre. .. . Phyler
hrown Might guard. .. Sykes
Ralston Itlght tackle. .. llellrnry
nilcbrlal Illiht end Patton
Kodes leapt.).. (Quarterback... (rapt.) Cool
WcReavry Left halfback. Hargrove
Leonard tllght halfback. Spencer
Harrison.. Fullback.. . Hutson
Score Navy. 40; Carolina. 0. Touchdowns
Rodei. 2: Harrison. :; Falling. Goal from touch
down Itodes (loals from the field Urown,
1-eonarU. Myers. Substitutes Naval Academy
Craf for Iniram, Page for tiraf, Ingram for
Page, Latlmore for Hall. Itloka for Howe,' Smith
for Walker, Vaucbaa for Ilrown, llrdman for
Italston. Overescn for Gilchrist, Mitchell for
Itodes, Falling for UcHeavey. Cook for railing,
Alexander for Lronard. Myers for Harrison.
Carolina Morton for Cook. Cook for Morton.
Mapper for Phyler. Davis for Paiien. I'atton for
Davis. Davis for Patton. Champion for Cool,
Jeffries for Hargrove, Hargrove for Jeffries,
Aycnek for hpencer. Keferee Torrey. Penn.
tlmptre-Glllender. Penn. I.tnrsman-sjtollen-werck,
Johns Hopkins. Time of periods-15
WISCONSIN'S WESTERN TITLE.
Victory Over Minnesota, II lo O,
Clinches Conference Championship.
MlKN'K atoms, Minn., Nov II. By de
feating Minnesota by a score of 14 to n
this afternoon, Wisconsin secured the title
of champions of the big nine conference of
the West. The game was played before a
crowd of :o,0no people. Ideal weather con
The Wisconsin team outplayed Minnesota
at almost every stage of the game. The
first quarter ended with a nothing to ahtblng
score. During the second ciuartellboth
of the touchdowns were inndo. Tnnberg
made thn first after Wisconsin had carried
the ball to within striking distance of the
goal by a series of good gains. Tho second
touchdown was made on a forward pass by
Bright. Uoats were kicked ineach Instance.
During the seoond half Minnesota was
able to keep the Badgers from scoring.
Minnesota tried a number of double forward
passes, but they were Intercepted every
time. Van Hipper proved to bo Wisconsin's
star. MeAlmon did the best work for
t'onrt Order Itrlrasra Mnaae.
Mineola, L. I Nov. 16. Surrogate
John J. Graham, counsel for Paul Hhlne,
an alleged bookmaker, to-day filed here
an order by Supreme Court Justice Scud
der releasing b'hane from the custody of
Graham. Justice Hcuddrr last month
gave a decision In the Shane case, In
which the court held that It Is not a
crime to bet on horse races, that the
Legislature never made It a crime to do
so, and that the courts cannot read such
Intent Into the law. Hhano -was arrested
at the Belmont Terminal on June 6 dur
ing tho meet of the United Hunts Ilaclng
Association. It Is alleged that Shane
went about soliciting bets, letting the
taker make memoranda, while none was
made by Shane. District Attorney
Wyeoni of Nassau county will appeal to
the Appellate Division from Justice Scud
Powell Playlnaj Raskelball.
Kansas Citt, Nov. 16. The latest of
big league ball players to take up the game
of basketball to keep In condition during
the off season la Bill I'owell, who was with
Kansas Cltv thn nuar . ......
drafted by the Chicago Cubs for spring
OTHER PEOSFAR BEHIND
lie FitiiHlics Nearly 175 Yards
Ahead of Qucal in Twelve
Mile Haee Indoors.
KAST PACE MAINTAINED
Winner'H Time 2 Minnies
Seconds, Better Than
Showing tho spcod of a sprinter In a
short distance race, William Kolchmiilncn,
tho Finn, spurted for the gieator part
of tho last mile In the twelve mile race
for professional pedestrians at tho
Twenty-second Itcglment Armory last
night and easily ran away from Hilly
ducal, his nearest rival. Tho winner's
tltno for the distance wns 1 hour 2
minutes and 6 seconds which Is consid
erably better than tho mark of 1 hour 4
minutes mid 22 3-5 seconds made by Hnns
Holmer In Buffalo, and which Is said to
be the best previous time for the dis
tance on an Indoor track.
For five of the first seven m.les Koleh
malncn was content to let Qucal set the
pare, Bolnir to the front himself only In
the second and Ilfth miles. Knlehmalneii.
however, was too crafty lo let his op
ponent get very far nwuy from him, and
at no time did Qucal have nny more than
two or three yatds advantage. It was
not that Queal did not try to get away,
for he kept up a series of sprints for the
purpose of wearing down the Finn. Hut
William was not to bo so enslly shaken off
and although Queal managed to lap nil
the others the Finn wob still there with
Ju?t as much us Queal and with a little
bit mote ns the finish showed.
At tho eighth mile the -"inlander took
the lead uway from Qucal, who mado a
fight to keep It, but to no avail. Lap after
lap was reeled off with the foreigner lend
ing and Queal lighting every Inch of the
way. The twelfth mile wua reached and
It looked as If Queal had n good chance
until Kolcbinaltien suddenly pushed for
ward with a great burst of speed.
Queal tried to hold him, hut he was not
equal to the occasion and dropped steadily
back until more than a half lap separated
them. The Finn. Instead or letting up then,
i..rtr.uH his sneed In the final round and
came within a few yards of lapping his
Hans Holmer, the Bronx boy. who
finished third, showed good form in the
first two miles and looked like a possi
ble contender, but he suddenly grew tired
and droppil back steadily. He was j
lappCU III tne murill milt- mi lie- in.-.
time, showed a flash of speed then, but
dropped Into a losing pace. Karl Will
malnen finished fourth, many laps behind
and Thure Johanson. the only other con
tender quit In the last mile.
A. K. Woods of Knglnnd, who showed
form In a "one hour race" last year, was
scheduled to run hut did not appear. The
management was there with the "docu
mentary evidence." consisting of a con
tract and a telegram from Woods, stat
ing that be had missed a train from
Canada, to show that It was not to blame
for Woods's failure to perform.
The men were placed at the end of
each mile aa follows :
Mile, rirst, Second. Third.
1 gueal. Kolehmalnrn, Holmer
tvulchmalncn. Qucal, Holmer
3 Queal. Knlehmalnen, Holmer
4 Queal. Kolehmalnrn, Holmer
& Kolehmalnen. Queal. Holmer
a Queal, Kolehmalnen, Holmer
O 04 43 3-5
O 09 42 3-5
0 14 43 3-J
0 IB U 3-3
0 24 07 3-3
O 30 17
0 33 57
O 10 52 2-3
0 4A 12 2-3
O 31 S 2-3
0 37 04 1-3
1 02 OS
7 Queal. Kolehmalnen, Holmer
H- Kolehmalnen, Qurai. itoimer
-Kolehmalnen. Queal, Holmer
10- Kolehmalnen, Queal, Holmer,
11- Kolehmalnen, Qucal, Holmer
12- Kolehmalnen, Queal, Holmer
COLUMBIA BEATEN AT SOCCER.
Mnalrlalr A. C. Scores Ten Gnala n
Trro, Both hy Kahn.
The soccer team of the Montclalr Ath
letic Club swamped Columbia University
by 10 to 2 at South Field yesterday. Not
a Blue and White player got past the vis
Itlng; defence In the first half, whereas the
Jcrseymen made six points. In the seoond
half the college boys managed to make a
respectable sort of showing. A. Van der
Weghe, playing at inside right for Mont
clalr, distinguished himself in making
But for F. Kuhn. Columbia's Instfle right,
the collegians would have been white
washed. Five minutes after the restart
Kuhn outwitted the Montclalr back and
sent a hard drive past tho goal keeper Into
the Montclalr net. Five minutes before
the end a brilliant run down the centre of
the Held enabled Kuhn to score once more.
Hamilton ,. ,
.tioal . . Mills
!t!iht back... Wltttams
.Lett back Murray
Itlght half .M. Van der Weghe
.Centre half, .. Wlmpenny
Outside right.... Bollmeyer
Inside right. .A. VanderWethr
. Centre.... ljwrle
.Inside left.... Blank
Outside left . . Diem
Score Mnnleudr. 10: Columbia. 2. Cloala
A. Van der Weghe 7, Lawrle 3, Kuhn 1. Referee
1-amb. Linesmen Williams and Johnson. Time
oi halves 40 minutes.
Jeff Smith Makes Maaafleld talt.
Special Cable Despatch lo Tns Sr.v,
cams, Nov. 16. Jeff Smith punched
Harry Mansfield to-night throughout six
rounds of a scheduled twelve round bout.
The Englishman decided to quit after half
a dozen sessions and threw up the sponge.
Charlie Thomas beat Charlie Morris In a
ten round bout on points.
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BILL MOORE SAME OLD STAR.
I'lara Sperlarnlarlt- fur Clinton mill
Morrla Falls, -II lo I).
The Do Witt Clinton eleven rompletely
routed Morris In their annual gridiron
battle nt Alneilcau League I'urk yes
terday, rolling up a score of 41 to 0,
At no time during the combat did Clin-,
ton have difficulty In gaining through the.
orris lino or circling tho Maroon for -1
wards and not except In open play could
Morris ndvnnce the ball nt all.
Clinton resorted mainly lo old
fashioned football and with the splendid
Interference furnished by the Hed nnd
Black back field they met slight resist-j
ance In Morris. Only when the Bronx-,
onlans threatened to hold them for
downs would Clinton employ open foot
ball. Billy Moore starred as usual for Clin
ton and made two of tho six Clinton
touchdowns, aillmoro too was spec
tacular, especially In his tackle around
runs, cheer and Qargan played a gritty
game for Morris and Sachelower, cen
tre of the Bronx team, broke, through
the Clinton line often to do his share to
ward breaking up the opponents' forma
tions. Clinton's first score wns on a fotwnrd
pass across the Morris goal lino to Til
lotson. In the second period (.'Union
carried the ball from the centre of the
field chiefly through lino bucking to tho
Maroon 6 yard line, whero Billy Moore
took It on an end run for ti touchdown.
When the second half opened Clinton
began scoring Immediately, The ball
was ndvancc-d by Murphy thirty-five
yards to the .Morris 5 yard line. Chrlst
gan on the next rush took It over for an
other touchdown. In tho last period
Morris played desperately, but Clinton
added to the total with two more scores,
one by Moore and the other by Hclnsohu.
Clinton. Positions. Morris.
Haas.. Intend. O'Hara
ChrlMgau. Ift tackle.. . . Scott
lie Castro llt guard.. Stone
llaarrn Centre Sachelower
V Moore. . Itlght guard. . Ilhnades
'itllmore lllnht lat-Mc... Krwlir
Tllntfen. Hlght end. ... .(Jrllo
Murphy Quartrrhark. Cherr
T homa I eft halflmck . Manly
W. Moore . Itlght halfhark.. (iargan
Wacher Fullback., Hiiggenwlg
Score Clinton. 11: Morris. 0. Touchdowns
W, Moore, I: Chrlstgau, Murphy, Tlllotsen. Ileln
ohn. (ionls from touchdowns llaaren '3i V.
Moore, 2, Subsiltules Doby for I)e Castio,
liegeman for Thomas, Kulcr for Doby, Ken-
nr lor i.nnsigau, nenweini-i ror ntone, hcnr
iriMBnii. .-irnweiui-i nr oiunr, itcilf
ara. Plough for Kelleher. Ileferee
msvlvanla. empire Itepko, Hrown.
lods- 12 minutes.
nrr ror i nara.
Time of perln
Iloliarl Gets Jump nn Itoehesler.
ItociiusTF.R, X. V., Nov. is. Ilolmrt
ripped Itoehesler up so Imdly In the first
half that the local team was unable to over
come the odds, eVen though it came hack
strong in the last quarter, and lost out to
the Cienevnns 2o to in.
Forsytbe. the Hochester right half and
mainstay, was out or the name because
ot an operation. At the opening of I tin Mr-
onil half Hochester en me bark strougnnd
scored onrc on a lorwnru pass anil again on
straight plays. When tho game ended the
varsity eleven was on the llobnrl 15 yard
From Bneir's &ft
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It Is coupled with electric self-starter,
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Electric cranking device operated easily and
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The Packard control board in a compact ar
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A separate high tension
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The Packard "38" has more exclusive features
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Webb Miti-pliy, wn nrc In k position to
throw out a few hints concerning tlio.
Identity of tho next manairor of tlio
lllKlilnndcrH. He will llvo In New York
nt least six montliM of tlio year, will be
a ltepublicnn, Dcmocrnt, Prohibition
ist, Socialist or I'roKresHlvc und vote In
thn t.'nlted Htutoo, will bo a caucaniun
and will be smart cnouBli to win the
pennant If sumo other team doesn'L
Speaking; of motiUcd golfers, you ought
to sec us conceal our skill on tho links!
The Columbia crew Is said to have
consiinieil a thousand pounds of prunes
last wason. fiitl! It Is Known how many
pountlM tho Cornell oarsmen used up
II can't be told whether this Is nn argu
ment for or against prunes.
nopiescntatlveH of Australia, ling
land, France, Oermuny. Sweden, Aus
trlu. Belgium, Switzerland and Spain
met In France to discuss tho formation
of nn Intel national lawn tennis feder
ation. Humid with Humid left out
would be ii microscopic elision to such
a body with the t'nltrd States out.
The line between rough but fair and
rough but unfair playing In football Is
often so finely drawn ns to be Invls
bio to the naked eye.
Ty Cobb anil President Nnvln are ex
pected to get together on the salary
quoMlon with Ty doing his share of
Among the many lines crossed by the
Vanderbllt football team this fall Is
Mason and Dlxon'n.
The only thing missing from a recent
list of don'tH for motorcyclists was:
Don't ride n motorcycle unless you
have one. '
Hoaton Mutt I'ntrra Football.
Stiiacl'su. N". V., Nov. lfi. Charles
Connors, u merchant, has Interested him
self tlnanelally Ir thn Hyrncure -luh of
the New York State Loaguo with -"rcd
Hurchell, who Is one of his close personal
llntnlllnn Wants a Jnh.
H.MiTronn. Conn.. Nov. 16. Scout Bllb
Hamilton, who was I pleased along with
Manager John Kllng from the Boston Na
tionals, Is angling for a Job as manager
of one of the New Knglnnd League teams
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