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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
YALE WORKS IN SECRET.
BASKETBALL SCHEDULE OUT.
On Thursday a Selected Squad
of Players Wilt OH Ac
quainted With Yule Field.
DRISCOLL'S WORK I'LKASKS
CnacheH Think They'll Hardly
Miss Trumbull Talk of
CAMmmxn:, Mini., Nov. IS. -Only snh
stltules nnrl sccun'l It'Mtii tne-n were- hIhiiH
Boldlors' I'lehl tei-ehty, the In-ia who
Perth Iputcd In the 1 rttnotilti Kiini" hav
Iris imnthcr cIhj'm ft I tt piepnrc fr t In
last tr.i prni'llrc (.rsflon of th" scitsnn
VMitcil nil) ic"hf IHVnrou-(iiiet WcdncH
elae. Then- proliHbly will ( h ve-iy short
xcilinm:iKr N 1h"1h to t'-st the
vnillv HBiiliiHl Yttl'-'.i pImvs . demon
strate rl by the second ("inn. bill on Thurs
day the lucks, cm!? Mini centre men. w
we'll fly the kicker, will (to down tei New
Have ii fnr a short vvotkout on Y.-il
PtM iiikI then ta 111 return ns tv hs
New London, where thn f ntlr ;quad will
p. lid the diiy heroic the bit: KHIne.
Harvard ratne out uf Its battle ugalntt
the t?r rn tinscitthed. Kvcry man Is le.idy
for tlje llnlshlliB tnuchci fur the Yale
IHine. The work of Hilsctill HB.illut Part
niiiiiiii v,i ho cciuil iluil the I'tiniMin
baldly will miss Tnimbull. who has
Plnvcd ilchl Kuaul nine llc.tlly all e-.-ir.
Ttuinhull, v.ho hurl hi eld" in tin- Pilnce
tcn K.inie. miirIiI ,i seven- .old nml vvn
nimbi- In keep In itimllt'eni to pla.. . This,
with a touch of imieiiliH rh. ilinutlsm.
inskes II alni(i!.l rertnlii that he will not
I l.-tny fiMitb.ill this full.
ImImoII took r,i re of three Dartmouth
filwrils i.i'i' his work was b far the liept
th it u.is dune on the 1t.trv.trd rnrh line.
It, i iMtii'i' KleM llnrviirtl th" much
undid v,t lent at centre- anil the roaches
it ic dellshlctl with th" .icvvlnK that lrls
coll li.i nmcl".
Imi-Hld uti Saturday pltevcd some Kood
foothill and I'oiteh ravanaliRh of the
I miiran th tram says th" Crimson wiu
belt r b per cent, than In It. shiii"
aK.ilii-i the Tlsers. Harry tiardner's
vinit at iiinrter was ills nppolntlns. us he
nhiWMl h! foniwr tcmlrnoy to slon up
Tl'cie Is "talk tlmt th"ie will b" no
chip ltwfen Harvard nnfl Imttmnnth
net fall. NcthliM olTlclal has ti-eii djiw.
Haivanl will not 1 1 t phi so many
l:aid Karnes In H13 hi this full.
NAVY TO LEAVE EARLY.
Will llnr I'rnctlre Two Iln In
I'lilUiliOphlii llrforr rm tinme.
ANVAtnl.lH. N. I S. Th" .Vav.il
Academv football squad worked t -dn
With a ib-elded lncrea-.e in vim and i-p.rlt.
on ncit Saturday the last local k.it.c w'll
be pla.ed, .s'.-w Vork I'nlM-r-lty hetng
the opponent, and on -,h" follow line Satin -ilav
the Aiiuy iranie will te placd The
team will sl ut for Philadelphia on Thurs
day moinliiK before that name and will he
iible to liractlse on rrankllp Field that
atb-nioon and l-'riday.
The victory over North Carolina Asrl
cultural on Saturday fen'id to encour
aae th- team. The authorltlc have e.
cuct the football nun from Monday drill
ami tlil. afternoon tln-u- was a practlc
esmiliiHil to aettlns loi under kicks
formations for attack and defence- and
Unal work. All flic football men wen
mi the Held, hut st-ve-rul IcKiilars did not
St In the harder part of th" work. Those
who took a r"?t were e'npt. Rode.
ItroAn, Harrison ar.-J (illchrlst, all of
whom an- mole or les battered up. Hall
was'ln the lineup acaln at left t-uklo and
eoins to have clinched his hold on the
.lac:. I'.itcs, former Held coach, turned
up In Anuopolls again to-day and took a
larsc put In coachlns the team.
ARMY DRILLS HARD.
An i:r Out Neitr Totrartl the irr
Koctiiuilr st llnil of Month.
Wkut Point. Nov. 18. With the Navy
giini" less th..n a fortnight av,a tin-Am-
coaclies mil tl-elr charges tluough
an afternoon of hard campaigning to-
da Th" Ann) team -ani" out or the
Tufts encounfr on S.itunl.t without se
iloiis Injuries. The men weie lined up
agal.ist a stiong s-ruh tleen for a half
'hum's strenuous y-ilumrtiE"
We.wind was shifted over to light guard
fioru tackle nnd Packard got over fiom
thr si riios to Ho othe r guanl position
on ttv legulais. Itonle-y dud Wynne
wen- h ta. Lies on tin- llrst team to
day, the Anns.liig trio. Deiore, Herrlck
nu-1 Huston.' Testlnte- Prltcliard pluyetl
a pretty gain" at ouarter as did Kejes
at fullback. The legulais worked the ball
down to th" 2 Mini line, but Inn-lied
th" power to score ;i toiicbdown. Keyes
Isiiited it goal from th" Held from the
2" van! line. This vtas the only score
of the gam".
Head ftwcli C!raes, who has been III,
was In charge of the practice m. Cm
tor th" llr.-t time since the Caillsle game.
YOST PRAISES CAPT. "TOMMY."
dais Mlchlnan Hi'il l'lneil Ills Hnt
tin me kI"' t'ornell.
Avn Aiiboi:. Mich.. No IS. l-'oolball
Is re-all) oer at Mlclilgan fielding II.
Vost left In-day fm Niisln llle One thing
that botheii-il osl was that Ir hadn't
had r ihiiiicc to he quoted as to th -wny
h" fell nboiil th" playing ofCapl
Tlioiiini, In th" last ermi" e.f Ills lo'otball
carer.- ,it Michigan.
Halil th" couch this afternoon: "Tommy
phivcel n gieat giini" at end on defence.
He" was llghtlnic all of Ihe time. I'c
beiiii egging him mi I'll Mill' anl telling
lillii sevciul thhus. and I waul to be Just
its i m1 lo tell him when he docs pu up
tl-.p kind of ball that Ih mighty good. I
think he played the pest game against
ejornell that he ban oyer played fur Midli
fe n ''
ELLIFFE WON'T MEET R. P. I.
I'eirdhnm Hurt Ha a. 'track Tram
Uniinacnienl fnr Nnlnrdaj,
Then- was no football practice yester
day ut l-'ordliam I'Mrld. an the Maroon
players wem testing, still verw oro and
bruWd from their yb-nr.v over thu heav,v
St'-vein lejiii. I'o.ich Tliorpo will be on
hand to-diiy and h hard wcrlmmnsw will be
In order. The Maroon eleven goes to
Troy on Saturday In lii("t llie It, P. 1
t'-am. Hill Hlllffe, 111" Maroon's most
valuable end, will b" unable to play In
the It. 1'. 1. Ratne, as he Ih to captain the
Maroon relay team rm that night In the
post ortlcei ganii-H, I'd ley will take his
Manager llnnl".v announced In-day that
the Vlllanova game on TliauksglvInK
tay had bee-u lewltched from Hi" Amer
ican League.- grounds to tno lorunam
Amherst Chooses -MotJay Cnptnln.
' Amhehst. Mar.. Nov. !8, Walter How.
ard McUay '14, of Oak I'aik. 111., has
been elected captain of the Amheist foot
Mi team for next season. McUay has
playod fullback on the vnrslty for two
years and before that wa e fullback on
the freshman team. He has beep Am
herst's nittluatay ,ln klcklni and a con
sistent Kiound gainer. In addition Ale.
Qay Is a pitcher and basketball plsyei
leor the llrst two years lie "iva also ucj.
i Signal Prill In thr Basrball Cnce for
i Varnltr Kiinail.
! Nr.w Havk.v, No H. The Tle serubi
were reMrd to-dHy and only the varsity
liHd work. In the b8bftll cage In the
the tear rf the gymnaMuin there
' ere mail conches on hand. The
practice niii Kecrel The varsity men
jliad the wenknene illsplsyert lst Hatur
ula.i pointed out to them very forcibly,
I'llieri nas a signal drill which lasted fioin
oVIoek until naily f o'clock, There
as no fcrlnmiaulm: The varsity will
'hae a crlnimaRi ltiinorrow.
I ihily one man was ahent from the var.
slt lineup. That was Itomelnler. His
liiit'p was sllnhtly nreiiehed In Malurday's
Krttlie. (louielsler w'll be able to play
acalnsl Harvard nel .Saturday. The
lineup of the v.iflb In th sIkiihI drill
was: .erj, left end; Warren, left
'tackle: I'ooney, left guard , Ketch.vn,
centre. Pendleton, right guard, Talbot,
jrlghl tackle, tlallatier. ilpht end. Wheeler,
i rmai l. rb.iek . Phllhln, left linlfhack ;
Spalding, right halfback, and l'T.tnn, full
Ilarhlfpii and roinlsh are loo bunred
up still to go In hik! get their letters Sat
urd.i, hill except for them the squad Is
in good shape. The coaches who were
on hand to help direct the players outside
the regular staff were: Koster S.mford.
Tom Shevtln, Clarence Alcott, Georire
Adee. Walter Camp and Hermann Olcott,
NO HARVARD-PENN GAME.
Moi-t That TfceyMI Came Toaether
Msmpeel nm Wlthont Kanadatlan.
IMm.Ativi.r itiA, Nov, 18. Loa Hobeson
F'eiot. graduate manager of the Univer
sity of Pennsylvania football team, said
to-d.iy the icport that Harvard would play
Pennsylvania nft year Instead of Dart
mouth was groundless,
Mr. 1 .-rot said that theie had been no
m tpitlatlons b"tween the to universities
and that he did not see any possibility
CORNELL WILL STAND PAT.
Will I tlna In What There I In War
of a Macktlcld, Nays Sharpr.
Ithaca, Nov. IS. No changes In the
Cornell lineup ll he made for the game
with Pennsylvania, Coach Sharpe said
this afternoon. , Thepeor shotting of the
lMckfle.lt! In defensive work against
Mlelil-Jan had given else to reports that
Ahlfls would be mad". O'Connor Is ex
pected to he ahle to play through the
whole IVnn game .at left halfback and
Itenn.-tt Is consdldered the logical choice
for right half.
Sharp" outlined to the men to-day his
plans for the Pennsylvania same nnd the
new plays that are to tie worked up. He
paid especial attention to the backs on
defence. Most of h'.s time this week will
be devoted to an effort ten Improve the
playing of the backtleld. Ueed and Van
Ormaii will handle the line nnd ends.
'Ihe players could not hold any out
door practice to-day. Not enougn of the
men could set away from class rooms to
make outdoor work worth while. The
team has lost twenty practice days this
easou because of thee restrictions.
Sharp" plans to sand the varsity Into
.htrinim.iRcs aicalnst the freshmen and
scrubs every day this week. Including
jS.ttuida Cornell has no game schetl-ul.-d
for that day and a long outdoor
practice can if hem.
N. Y. U. SCRUBS AFTER TRIP.
Jaurnr; to Annapolis Soiuethlna fnr
Them tn l-'lcbt l-'or.
I Football practice at New York Univer
sity yesterday was not the usual Monday
order. The regulars who weie In Sat-
urelay's game against nhode Island were
not called out. but the substitutes who
'went In at the end of the. first half were
not excused. They had a hard drill.
There will be fewer men taken to Annap
olis next Friday for the Navy game
on Saturday than In previous years-and
(the men on the scrub will fight their J
, M.i t iic.se lor a place on ine usi.
I Tim gamo last Saturday was not such
. a gratification as would be expected, In
asmuch as the victory was only the sec
ond of the season, because the work of
the team was ragged and showed a lack
of unity and snap that was offset only by
the poor condition of the Rhode Island
men. The absence of Huntley at the helm
was a severe blow, and although Kapner
was an able substitute behind the centre
jh" was no man to guard the goal line on
eieiPiistvc pia .
HARVARD-YALE BETTING ON.
Crimson I'aTored by Wall Street at
Odd of to tn 7.
Peltlt!? on the Harvard-Yale fnothall
game eif Ae.xt Saturday already has begun
In Wall Street. Harvarel Is favmed it
odds or 10 to 7 In the straight wagers
with no lestrtctlons as to a tie, hut this
proposition did not prove popular yester
day. The one that was snapped up eagerly
by sympathizers of both sides was 100 to
i".r villi Harvard the favorite and tho
Itiuvard end to win lu case of a tie.
Yale men apparently did not conslde.
serlously the possibility of a tie game,
the luro of the longer odds prorlng e-n-Helm:.
Men familiar with the wagering of past
years vvero Impressed with the avidity
with which enthusiasts gobbled up this
bet nnd dee-lared their opinion that there
would be ulinocl twle-t- as much non-y
posted this year us fornnrly.
otlii-i pi oposltlous -vt-re made, but none
taken. Some of them wete unique. One
off"- Is of !E In Km 'hat Harvard will
not moic four tlni-s and another Is loo
ti 10 that Yale will not scoie 14 points
o i i i r
l.rlilah rinrns the Ulectrlc l.lcht.
Moi'Ttt Hktih,kmbm, Pa., Nov 18.
When It grew ton dark lo prartlse on
Ihlgh Field to-day the coaches packed
tbo whole squad off to the newly else,
trlcally lighted cage and there continued
the work of preparing for the Lafayette
game'. Scruggs to-day replaced Tate at
left tackle, with Keady taking Hohan's
place ut right tackle.
Flick has recovered and was again at
Marshall Kxpertrd to lie nartrr
bneU. Pitti.ADni.t-itiA, Nov. 1. Andy .Smith
gave the Pennsylvania varsity football
team a icst this afternoon, bill the rec.
iind team nnd the scrubs had a merry
war Not a varsity player was hurt In
th" Indian game,
Walter Craig Is ready to get back Into
the play, hut Pick Marshall has played
audi consistent football thai In all prob
ability he will bo started In the Cornell
The varsity will have ten days to pre
pare.' for the game with Cornell. Thn
team probably' will go to-morrow lo
'Thus llohart Won, Mot Ttoe-hrstrr.
liENKVA, N. T Nov, 18. The result of
the Hobart-Rochester game, which was
reported Incorrectly In somet places, was
that llohart defeated Rochester 20 to 13
and was not defeated by a 40 to 0 score.
Cadets' Cnllnru Hall Team Deafen.
Wkht I'oint, Nov. 18. Thje Ciillum
Hall e-adet team suffered their first defeat
Af.thq seasem here to-day when they lost
to St John's Military Academy uf Man
llus, N V 1.1 to 7
irATKTTK . Li:niin
Kssloo, T.. Hat. November Md. S JO p, 14,
. Two hour irsln serrlea.
Ascendancy of the Former and
Decline of the Latter
SCHOOL SPIRIT 111(5 CAI SK
Lark of KnlliiisiiiMii at One
Time Leader Seen in Numhcv
One of lh fiirprlslng developments In
local scholastic ranks la the decline of
Kiasimis Unit nnd th" advance of Manual
Training In most of th" major sports in
the last few yeitlK. I'p lo three years
ago Krasmtts was on a par with or better
than any other school In lltooklyii In
every sport. Some school might have a
better team lu one sport, nnother team in
another iport, but on the whole Hraamus
was easily the leading athletic iichool.
The underlying cauac for the decline -s
that the student Isidy has lost Its se-hool
spirit. In the rood old days there would
be almost too many trying out for each
team , In fact there would be two or thrco
teams of substitutes v.c onlv at the be
ginning of the season but all thiough the
season. Now, however, there are hardly
cnouch for oi(o team, let alone four This
year's football, cross-country, track,
soccer and rifle teams are glaring ex
amples. There are less than twenty lads
on the football squad, and several of
these are too llchl to be of much use.
There are about eight i-andldatrs for the
cross-country tenni and most of th"e are
freshtui ii There- Is hardly a lad on the
rifle squad who lit not a freshman, and
there are not nearly enough out for track
and soccer. The athletic talent Is In the
school, but the students: will not go out
for the teams.
At Manual Training It Is different.
There the school spirit Is showing Itself
more each year. There are three football
teams, e-ach with Its substitutes, ubout
twenty are out for cross-country, almost
two hundred have tunnel out for the track
team, there are enough soccer playeis to
make four teams, and over thirty candi
dates have re-ported for the rifle- team.
Manual at present Is the toremtist school
In athletics In Hrooklyn.
Charles's Lot a Ilartl One.
Mike Charles, the stnr halfback of the
Manual football team. Is la more trouble,
lie hurt his shoulder lu th" Krastnus
game on election day and his doctor told
him that he had water on the shoulder.
Ills shoulder seemed to Ik- getting along
nicely and he hoped to play lu the Com
merce game last Saturday. On Thursday,
however. It troubled htm so badly that
he went to another doctor, who made a
e-areful Investigation and found that a
bone In the shoulder was broken. On this
account he had to stay out of the Com
merce game and may h laid up for the
lest of the seeison. There Is no doubt
that If he had been playing Commerce
would have received a worse beating, us
he Is acknowledged the best halfback lu
Footballer Partly Paralysed.
Heinz of the Brooklyn Prep football
team la still In bee! from Injuries received
in the Hrnsmus game four weeks ago.
One of the large nerves In his beidy was
badly strained and he has tieen partly
paralyzed. The doctor, however, expects
him to b well In u short time.
fall Opponeats "rtlna-rrs."
Manager Morrison of tlie Flushing foot
ball team has deep suspicions concerning
the standing of the players from New-
York Prep who defeated his team on Sat-
urelav. He declares that they averaged
over 21 years of age. outweighed his team
twenty pounds to a man and by the 4 -ude
signals they presented gave every Indi
cation of not having, praottsetl with the
team. He alleges they am not bona fide
jtuTlents. but "rlneers." He declared fur
ther that they refused to produce a slip
from the principal as to their eligibility, a
thing customary In scholastic circles out
side of tbo organized P. S. A. L.. but
Principal Clark of Flushing allowed his
team to play rather than disappoint the
crowd that came to witness the game.
Morrison was emphntlc In Ills-statements
and charged that they "put one over'" on
Tnnnsend S Trimmers llonrfal.
Townsend Harris expects a victory In
the dual swim with Stuyvesant Thursday
night. Morris Leader Chosen.
With the exception of football Morris
now has all her captains and mnnagers
rleetetl for the ensuing year. Football
election will be held next week. Jim
Plnen. who has played varsity second
base for two years, has been chosen base
ball leader. Paul lveougn, the cross
country captain, has been elecJntl man
ager of the nlno and Frank Tralnor as
sistant manager. On track Bill Stmchan,
halfback on the football team, la captain
and Frank Hedley manager. Keough and
Davidson suci-eeded themselves as cap
tain and manager of cross-country.
MIKE GIBBONS CONFIDENT.
Says He Will Ontpolnt McCarrrn la
Philadelphia Tn-mnrrnrr JVIajbt.
Friends of Mike dlbbons. Ilia fit. Paul
middleweight, walled In vain for his ar
rival here- yesteiday Olbhons Is matched
to bos .lack MtK'arren In Philadelphia
lo-worraw night and notified the New
Polo A. c. in Harlem several day ago
that he would be hero lute Sunday night
Gibbons may have decided In go direct
to the Quaker C'll.v from the West, where
he has been training for several weeks.
Although MeOiren Is a heavy hitler
lllbbons said last week that ho vyould
have no trouble winning on points In six
rounds. After the Mrt'arrcn affair Gib
bous will begin work at tho New Polo
A. C for the ten tound bnttlc with fiddle
McGoorty In the Harden on December 3.
McGoorty already Iihh begun vigorous ex
ercise ut the Mutt Haven A. C and is
steadily Impruvlng.' The advance salo of
tlcketb for this affair exceeds $5,000,
HOUCK'S EXPERIENCE TELLS,
Quaker Tom Ontpnlnt Carry Phelan
With .labs Ilia Beat Assel.
Tommy Hounk of Philadelphia out
polnteel Carey Phelmi of Harlem In Ihe
main event at the Olympic A. O, In Har
lem last nlKht. The Philadelphia llshl
wetght'H ring experience whs the biggest
point of superiority over his opponent.
Houck with his straight Jabs and short
hoks had the Harlem boy's face badly
damaged. At times In the contest Houck
forced matters nnd had his man swing
In the seinl-llnal of six rounds labile
Glllesplo and Young Onldle furnished K
hoi bout. Both went their swiftest In even
round, with good clean lighting, Honors
were about oven at tho end.
Hharpe'a Meat .lob Uaakrtball.
Ithaca, Nov. 18. When Coach Shorpc's
Cornell football troubles end felr the year
the next thing that hn will have to tiirklo
Is basketball. Twenty men hunn out for
tlrsf practlco to-night, The Ilulali-d
brotheis, H, (', and II, P., renlrn und
guard lespectlvrly. are thn veteiaiia left
G. T. (Cions and A. Fre-.-r, Juniors, were
the two ileal auh.H last year. An mini these
men and the llalste-d In others thn 1U13
team will b built.
w i i
Intercollegiate League Menson Ovens
December 14 Important Changes.
Becausn of the withdrawal of Tale from
the Intercollegiate Basketball league only
twenty games will he played In the regu
lar leaguo schedule, which was announced
yesterday by Ralph I.. Morgan, the sec
retnrv of the association. Tha contending
teams will be Dartmouth, Columbia, Cor-J
'iiell, Pennsylvania and Princeton. i
The opening contest will be played at
IVIncelnn on December 14, when Ihe
Tigers nnd the Pennsylvania live fiu-p off. ,
All th" teams will get In action shoftty
tlieroarter and then triple will bo a Mill
until wi-tl on In January, when Prince
Ion ami Columbia will le-opeii thn aea-son
villi a game In the Columbia gymnasium
oiis.laliliaiv 10. The final Callics will be
1 tlie- Cornell-Partmoutn contest at. Han
over and the Columhla-Peiuisy Ivnlila samp
at Philadelphia, rfie same as last year.
The- schedule !
December It, Pennsylvania vs. Princeton, st
PilniTtnn; flecemtier IP, Princeton v. Dart
mouth, at Hanover: December 21, Columbia v.
Cornell, at Ithaca; January 10, Prlneeton Vs.
Columbia, at New York: January It, IMrtmnulti
vs. Pennsylvania, at Philadelphia, January l'l.
Liarlmuiith vs. Cornell, at Khars: January 17,
e-orni-ll vs. Columbia, at New lork: January is,
Princeton Vs. Pennsylvania, nl Philadelphia;
January 71. Columbia vs. Princeton, at Princeton;
January 24. Pennsylvania vs. Cornell, at Ithara;
February S. Pennsylvania vs. Dartmouth, at
Hanover: February 8, Princeton v, Cornell, at
Ithaca, February 12. Pennsylvania vs. I olumbln,
at .New York; February 14, Cornell vs. Princeton
at Pilnccion: February IS, Cornell vs. Pennsyl
vania, at Philadelphia: February It. Columbia
v. Danraouli, at Hanover; February W. Dart
mouth vs. Princeton, at Princeton: February 23.
Dartmouth vs. Columbia, at New lork: March 1,
Cornell vs. Dartmouth, at Hanover: March 1,
Columbia vs. Penesylvanla, at Philadelphia,
A number of changes itro announced In
the leagfic organization. Dr. Joseph E.
Rnycroft of Princeton has been elected
' president, succeeding R. B. Hyatt of Yale.
The newly elected president devoted much
tlmo to college basketball In the West
prior to his leaving Chicago University
and coming to Princeton.
The league rules have been simplified
for the miming year and the game should
be tnoii- easily understood by th" novice'.
The one hand dribble will prevail this
yeur, as last, with the Idea of developing
mure team work and less Individual play.
Dartmouth, which was admitted to tho
league last year, also has lecelvetl a place
on the executive ceimmlttee, entitling It
to a full voice In thn league. The fur
nishing of ofllclals by the league for ull
the games has been made permanent.
ENGLISH PEKES WITHDRAWN.
Lady Namaelaon C'ablra to Hare Her
Pet Only on Inhibition.
The seven Peklnevsc spaniels, worth al
together over $7,000, belonging to Lady
Henry Satnuelson of Knclund, will be on
exhibition only, not oomuetlng for prizes,
In the toy dog show at the Waldorf-Astoria
on December 6 and 7, A cable
gram from Lady Satnuelson Instructing
that that be done and cancelling the of
ficial entries was received yesterday by
Superintendent Johnson of the show. This
was greeted by members of the Toy
Spaniel Club of America as an Instance:
of high grade sportsmanship, as Lady
Samue-Ison withdrew her pets from the
conte-sts because the show will bo Judged
by an Kngllsh woman. Lady Herbert.
The entries for the show continue tn
come In rapidly und yesterday the list
had reaced a number 100 more than were
entered up to the same date last year,
Kverythlng Indicates that tho show will
far surpass all nld In the past.
CORNELL ATHLETE VERY ILL.
Larrowrr. Oarsman aad Football
Player, II a Tabrrcnlnsls.
Ithaca, Nov. 18. D. M. Larrowe, one
of the bst athletes In Cornell, Is seriously
111 at the Cornell Infirmary of tubercu
losis, which developed suddenly In the last
week. Iarrpwo was In good physical
condition until he took a cold two weeks
ago. At that time he was playing left
guard on the Cornell football team. His
cold drove him to the university Infirm
ary and he rupldly grew worse. At tlrel
his case was called typhoid fever.
ills relatives are planning to send htm
to the Adlrondacks In a few days. On ac
count of his previous good health the
physicians aro hopeful. Larrowe'a home
Is In Cohocton. N. Y. He Is Z'J years old,
weighs more than 180 pounds and Is f,
feet In height. Besides playing on the
football team he was a member of his
freshman crew nnd was considered a
promising candidate for the varsity crew.
L. Wl nans' Horse a Winner.
Spf-i'l Cabtr Dttjiatcri to Til Scn.
WAnwtCK. Hngland. Nov. 18. Rot's
Pride, owned by Louis Wlnans, won tho
November Handicap Plate of 300 sover
eigns for three-year-olda and upward at
the November meeting here to-day Seven
other horsea ran, the distance being one
mile and six furlongs. W. J. Tatem's SL
Vitas finished second nnd J. S. Morrison's
Grave Creek was third.
IlattllnK Nelson Arrlre In Ton-a.
Battling Nelson, former lightweight
i-hamplon of the worm, arlved here yes
terday and declared that he was In good
condition for the proposes! bout with Leach
Cross ut the Forty-fourth Street Sport
ing Club on the afternoon of Thanksgiv
WKy not have
tha 6est ?
ts best. Famed
world. First in
ever since, insist on
on every bottle.
Brewed by Guinness
& Bottled by Burke
New York. Sunday. November 24, 1912
CfeCantm oftfe SusanDrew
A Magazine for
Your Reading Table
JACK LONDON is writing
all his short stories for us
this year! None will
appear in any other magazine!
THE FIRST ONE IS CALLED
"the captain of the
AND WILL APPEAR IN THE
NOVEMBER 24th ISSUE
Don't miss this opportunity of reading
the best, most virile Fiction by the high
est priced short-story writer in America. 1
We will publish one Jack London short ,
story a month for the next year.
Other splendid Fiction and Special
Articles, both beautifully illustrated
in every issue of
The New York
A A1 I
Having secured Ihe entire Short Story Output of Jack London for 1913
The Semi-Monthly Magazine Section will publish one each month.
The demand for these magazines will be enormous. Better tell your
newadealer to leave n copy of the Sunday Sun regularly at your home.
Do it to-day before you forget.
' ' " TC