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THE SUN,' TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 19, 1912.'
HOPPE GIVES SUTTON
A THOROUGH BEATING
Jiu ii s (tut ill Seventeen 1 linings,
Jinking Host Average So
Far in Tournament.
HOLDS HIS l,KAI)K..SItll'
.Mnruiiiirstar. Defeating Taylor,
Is Tied for Second With
. . .1
Lost Heat Averase. Hun
amada ' 2
I l.nr 1 S
Vol only did William tloppe retain hi
Ie.,d list nlKht In the IX,: lull line bill,
inid tournev at the Hulil Astor, but In
h.itlnit (Jrorcc Sutton ROO to HO he
pmved the best Kami- of the tournament.
Ills .Ufiane of SOD 7-17 beat thr previous
eiap.e if tho toiiiniitnmt, which was
nuAe bv (JcntKe Slownn The Student tle
f.nted KoJI Yrttil.lda 800 to 3X1 last tfM
rd Ic tied with Orlando MottilnsMar for
Hopf"- won tin- bank, but dldti t score
Ml th thin! Innlns. when hi found
,iup following Sutton's rue ball fdllTm
shmt on A twice around Dip table shot.
Tit" rue ball (tot a was. from thP others
'd i long apple ihot off a bide rail ended
''.h' Iniilr.r with a ecitlcrlnK 13 Sut
ton found le.iv. In the centre panel and
about to Rather 'n some sheaves. Hp
lercrt thr balls to thr upper rail and
mil thriving u licit he ovcipla.ved n crop
t'dc drive and had no chancp to play a
r . i except tn spot tho bHll. He counted
plv and had position nsaln when he
. npih missed, ictlilnc with an earned
.ii -enicnt of SI.
Inni i H Judgment of force on Ion and
, i dnv.'H In his fifth lunliiK was ex-
,ir' and time ond asjaln the driven ball
r - h.i.'k to close companionship with
ma'c ,Iso on slow shot there wai
,ul ' of force In inaklnR the cue Just
n .ii th.' second hall. Without much
r . ii si's tin n nevertheless was a
c t a i "f fine, llcht manipulation In
t mi wliirli was H2 earroms Ioiir and
r .led Ir a on' cushion cross table
Itnnpe made a peculiar miss In
u;i r-ti 1 n tr He shot on the red,
'"iipn Ins -ue ball was almost on
h etfyrt at fineness was over
t' -ml icsyittcrt In a complete miss of
i- tv.is pure caielcsness. for
u . i . suppoMil tn be all rlsht,
i' nn. .ountlr-.s In alternate Innings
.,. -hen scintil.v. drifted nlont: far be
v' Hoppe. woo flooded the table anlDi
d " and at Initio carroms acatn 111 the
s 'nm'iB, lUimlnR 77. which siijourn
t - marked half way by spreading balls
si al tiMiic iiriiund the table counts
' the testoratlon of a compact en
. i-b. When the miss d'd come the cue
I ' whitnuilllx boiled thtouch a nar-
ev ee on the rail,
ri r neie ftrewiks h 11 Mipe in the
! i Inninc. Heniado u d.ualinir masse
'1 i hen cot anothe iill?nmrnt. the solu
f which luniicht down the house.
1 was a Id's follow, but a Urns, hard one.
The while lull k.sseil the red to the oppo
s te ide ra i. and the cue ball, deflected
by the white went seainperlnsr after the
H eauslit the latter after both pur
- .f and pursued had taken the side rail.
i the shot .i a r.ne liitanre of ex-
t i'. of einipuuml rone 1 lie
7n ' n; bnstlfd with mas-es, and
Hi, r swept tip '' the S.'rt mark with Rut-
havliis a tntal of Sutton made
n hrave n, i in the eleventh '.nnlnc and
th a slese of rareful nursins Increased
r s total by SI
ftei his run of 70. Hoppe t ranked a
a U ecs. then spilled t pnim over the
' .'e in sparkllnpr profusion "Chat rich
'mu' shot his total up to 3.".4, Sutton far
ha-u on the trail with 105. The same
ia a proiTsslon. Sutton Just twins In be-
w. Hnppo's brief rests. In the run
uh.i enabliil Hoppe to turn the 400
, a I i thumped the halls to the rush
inn th' t' en times before he brought them
in n.-de' a line display of execution. In
. run ho mude Hoppe was confronted
i t" numerous misses, und he played
i.ii splendidl) In fact he was oln(E
xlaihluR clip uud nis cue wu-s spoui-
q hilllarils with suporb speed and skill,
M i of his driving would nave oone
ri.i tn Kiank lvfs. the most accurate
cr hllllanls ever l;ne
Hopne came close to golnr nut In his
ie-nth Inning and so uveraglnr over
50 He ran 101 and slipped up on a one
1 in draw. lie went out In the next
llnpue 0. o. 1.1. 0. K, I. 7. 77. 0, 70. 0. i4. I. .
J " I is Total, am. Average. 2 7-17. High
Hon ' i o. 2'i. n. t. d. 1. 4. o. l, si. o. 2. o. 4. 2S.
Tom ill Average. l"eh runs-It,
rwe-ee V (i Cutler.
'.en of a contrast to Hoppe's re
e - - sneed was the slaw going at the
ii' er evii irg table, 't'he veteran and th
i- . poKe.l along doing poorly, with nbout
io , ii giee.s of poorness. Vnmada In-
I n mi eesslve flurries of .12, but his
I'.i ,is ulieii fiom him when Slotson
I,. , played proper hllllanls and
r p ;.i u, tlj nineteenth Inning. Kour
as later lie ran 77 and Improved his
i Hi- Student ran 41 In his twenty-
ng and 41 more In His thlrtiem
each Of these runs by missing
tii. i. utliil draw shot.
ltd exceptional nursing In his
t u-i Inning. For ten consecutive
- "is i ,i ,i hall went to a cushion, the
ie hi 1 shaving the edges of the other
tun ntid ba'clv moving them. This run
was tl long, the fourth of that length
li s.o-w That was three Innings be-'
fe e lie went out.
'I ,p ore :
.S'O.uin- o, 3, .1. o. o, a. is; 0. , . 0, 31) J. !( 3.
I 1 2 7a. 0. IS. i. 17. S. I. 1. I. 4. 41. 41. 7.J 0. 41,
' S..4I.9.U. tl Total, kWO. Aversge. 13 !.
HI?" ii- 73, 77 41
Ve.u,i I.-,, 0. 0. 0. 0. 2. 4. 0, O, 0, , 5, 33 . 32, 4.
l .'I o 1 4,0. 23. I. I. IT. 3. 3.0. I. l. It, U. I.
S i a 17 n 1. n Tutsi. 331. Aversie. s ll-tt.
ll'Sh 'unv S, 33. 32.
itefetfp I J, (inllajher.
Mnrmngstar with two deftly ac
q. r. I .-un. of over 100 defeated Al Tay
ir bv k. score of S00 to 310 In one of the
'iioori games of the tourney. In the
o'hir mat. nee game Harty Cllne won
'"in caiv n Demnrest by a score of BOO
' 443 Players In both names complained
' vor hard In control, because It bumped
"nil a led unevenly, and there was a
good ileal of streaky play and hard ham-
1 g of the balls, Tho Ivory seemed
In bo n balky humor because of atmos
Morningstar with consecutive runs of
and 47 led Taylor thiough the
fi'ft hundred, but the latter In his sev
"'i ' nmg made a run which was not
'i) h.g hut an ocular treat. It was a
r "id and varied ftrray. rapidly eon
frurie,) snd studded with masses and
" cleverest sort of cushion play, follow
g abundance of drives which left
" "i- t object ball a bit short of po
' on There was also a frees and a
"'" from the spot. The fifty-ninth
un" m a missed draw, but the run made
ii s tntal 121 to 124 for Morning
'h' Taylor came right bsck with an
Vher ,PII 0f prosperity. He ran OS, shift
m ' oin open play to a session of close
.7!n'ds neatly woven on the lower rail
rd o the contiguous areas. Thin ind
Hosts shots off the first ball adorned
" ' pourrlland the two runs wtrt
Krf.eit 0f a, good billiards as the
imint has nroduced.
r ngsUr held forth In the eleventh
mm with a run .of 131. both ends of
'h. taht h.l-W....M.mltha work being
. "vrJV" ' .77. v.-,ii .w. tu k
nrllcate and precise until the 10th
went Into th third hundred with the
output and three Innlnrs liter turned
Into the fourth hundred with a clutter of
fid. ills total wag Hi to Taylor' 2H.
Another skilful and nnulent Innlnr for
MomltiKstar wan his ilxteenth, when he
mude 100 and missed a ehort follow shot.
He had a chance for the best average of
the tourney, but fell down on that pros
pect by making a tume finish.
MornlncMir-n, 4, g, i.V t. 1, t, 10. 0. is, ill,
V. IW. 2, KM, JO. 7, IS.O.n, I, IS. Totut, MX); aver
ntc.31 17-23; hlirh runs. 121, UW, Ml.
Tuylor 0. S, 28. 21, 0, ll. :H. A3, !1. 2, I, 2, 1, 3,
la. 1, 3, 4, S. K, I, 17. Total, 310; averave, 14 2-22;
hlliriin.2. M. .12.
Itiferce T, J, (iillaiher,
In the Ollne-Uematest Joust nine
slapped the balla promlseoiisly for six
IiiiIiiks ntid Deuraiest for five before
makltn; a dnlible flKine stand, With loose
pioddlns Oniarest lan 32 In his sixth
Innlnr. line iPlqllated with 27. the
sixteenth unit of which wan a comnulsorv
nank acrnss tile tauie unit back, due to
a huddled lineup. The cue ball came
buck mini, hut the piuxlmlty of cushions
mid klsvliiK were such that the lulls dldti"t
scatter. Ueinaiesl diew IUd xeros In u
low. On two of them he made hulr
bieadth nurses trjInR three cushion nal
u i alp. on one he fouled, In another the
cue ball bumped, and on still another
the cue ball was klsed off on an around
the table shot. He was Betting mean
Ollne outplaced Demrelt pretty much
all through the (same. The latter had
one aood period, when he and the luny
collabotated for tuns In succession of
"0. IS and S7, but aside from that he
was unsteady and was unable to keep
the balls together Ions. This rain, had
slow and Iimik drawn out finish before
Cllne hammered out an abbreviated tun
of 2, which gave him hla quota of COO
Cllne-2. 7. 2. I). 4. 3. 'JJ. 4. . 4. 29. IB. O. 7. .12
i. 23, 12, I, 4t, 0, 41, II. U, 12, 4S. Ml, 0. 1, I, 2, I, 12.
N,:,o.n.o.o. , I. ii. o. 2. Totsl. too; avrratre,
n mien ruis, :m. n. 4.1.
Demrresl . 0. (I. 0. .. X2. 0. 0. 0. 0. 0. 70. 1. ST.
2, 1,23.0. 13. 1.1. 41, I, 15. I. 6,11,0. It, II, 23,0. 13,
1. 7. 7. V. 4s. o, .i. o. 4. 0. u. s. Total, 4J; average,
10 3-44; Mgh runs. 7ll. 40, 41.
Hefe ree-A. tl. Culler,
Thcr will be only one game this after
noon, when Sutton will play Demaret.
Slotson vs. (.'line and Taylor vs. YamadJ
Is the programme for to-nlRht. To-moi-row
night Hoppe and Mornlngstur wl'l
meet III the final.
EVEES WANTS TOO MUCH.
.iaka Fonr Reria far Tinker anil Herr
mann Tama II Im ttnn.
OINCINNATI, Nov. IS. President Here,
mann of the Cincinnati Tteds to-night
flatly refused to accept the terms of Mati
aKr John Kvers of the Chicago Pubs, by
which Joe Tinker would become the man
ager of the local team. Kvers sent the
Hed president a telegram In which he said
he would accept Mitchell and Knlselv. nut
fielders, rhelan, Inflelder, and one other
player to be named later, for Tlnkei. the
At about the same time that the tele
gram reached here President Murphy of
the Cubs arrived In town and communi
cated with President Herrmann over the
phone. Herrmann said that no such deal
would be pulled off by the Iteds He said
1'vers l asking for more than he will get
and that the local club would not give
four pla.vers for Tinker, He said h and
Murphy will have a long conference, and
that he entertained no doubt that the deal
would he made, but not on the terms
named by Kvers. He said Murphy un
doubtedly would make a better proposi
tion, which would bring Tinker here as
MIDLAND CLUB GETS LINKS.
Conrsr of Klarhteen Holes In lie I. a til
Onl on Leased (ironnil.
The Midland Oolf Club, which makes
use of the semi-public Salisbury links at
Oarden City, made history last night when
at a special meeting at the Muna Hill
Hotel It voted In favor of having a club
house and course of its own A twenty
vo.r lMse on 10U acies of ground al
Kast willtston. L. 1 . has been secured
hv tho club, which also has the option of
buvhiK Situated on high ground Is a
large, old fashioned houe containing
twenty-tlu ee rooms. This will be turned
Into club quarters. The building stands
within 100 feet of the motor aarkway
On the east side of the roiuiT where the
land Is level, nine holes will be laid out,
while to theiwest of tne parkway, where
the remaining holes aie to be located, the
ground Is of an undulutlng nature. Work
will be started at once, the Idea being to
have at least part of the course ready by
next summer In addition to golf, tennis
and trail shooting will be encouraged. It.
W. Turner, president of the Mldlandl Golf
Club, ureslded at Inst night's meeting.
j Handicapped Hs It Is at present, the cluh
has a meiiitif imiip or oniy auoui ivv, nut
when It gets In its new quarters It expects
to grow rapidly.
IN DOUBT ABOUT CHESS.
There Appears Io Rp pome Qaesllon
f.Tlwt Xew York-Havana Tesrney,
The affairs of the New York-Havana
chess tournament scheduled to begin No
vember 30 In this city appear f,tlll to bn
In doubtful condition. A cable has been
received from Hrernen naylng that the
chess masters expected to embaik on Sat
urday on the steamer (learge Washing
ton did not sail after ull.
Kurthermuie .Jose It, Capablanca, tho
Cuban champion, Is understood to have
cabled to Leopold lfoffer of London, the
Intended teferee: "My opinion tourna
ment Impossible. l'e vour Judgment"
This Is open to two Interrelations, one
that Capablanca believes the tournament
lmnosslble. the other that he lliids It Im
possible to give his opinion and leaves. It
4. ,., riir,nnt Lnnrfrin nnlnlnn an.
h . ,,,namelit wnn'l he
pears to be that the tournament won't be
V. D. Rosebault, who ll managing the
tournament, says there may be some de
lay, but he feels sine things will come
out all right eventually.
CUBANS STOP RIOLER'S TRIP.
National I.eera Not Wanted, Pre
aomablr Because They Might Win,
PiUI.ABil.FIIIA. Nov. 18. Umpire
Charles ltlgler, who had planned to go on
a trip to Cuba with a baseball team of
National League stars, came here to-day
to tell Kllllfer. Knabe and Walsh of the
Phillies that the trip was off. Hlgler had
planned to start for the Island the latter
part of this month, but this morning he re
ceived a cablegram from Havana from
the Cuban promoter notifying hlin not to
It Is believed here that the trip of the
Athletics and the way they huvti defeated
the Cuban champions has caused eomn
bad feeling and that the promote! of tho
series see a financial loss should another
major league team tour the Island. From
letters received here the Athletics are not
having the best possible time owing to
jealousy caused by the defeat of the
Will Halld Tlsrrra' Boathouse.
Work of building Princeton's new boat
house, the gift, of the class of 'S7. will be
begun immediately. 'I ho fund for the
house is complete and nothing remains
but Hie completion of some of the details
In reference to the house Itself. Instead of
tho "He formerly chosen, that on the island
in Lake Carnegie helow the Washington
road bridge, thej boathouse. Is to hs built
on the meadow between the Washington
rosd and Pennsylvania rtallroail bridges
about nisi v or seventy feet back from the
water' edge, The design Is Intended lo
hsriiionle with the college buildings
The building is to be of terra ootta block
atiiri o. with reonforoed concrete floors and
a slam roof. On the ground floor there
wilt be six aisles with accommodation-, for
thirty-two eight oared ahella ami sixteen
four oared shells and also a lepalr shop.
On the second floor there will be a haniimune
clubroom, T.nas un, nn iiiunutr, m n
big room will open on a baloony SHxl
, feet. . There w 11 be LK'Wrijene le connecc-
!? wpjoof:r ""'" Yi:,"-;z.iz
forlea.Ao The tower will hVi room for
FOGEL ASKS MAGNATES
TO POSTPONE MEETING
Sa.vs He Will Bo Able to Sell
IMiillieH in Two Weeks
LYNCH WILL NOT CONSKNT
CJaffney Thinks National
Leajffiie President Should
It developed yesterday that llorafe
Kogel, president of the Philadelphia club,
has sent a circular letter to each cluh
owner In the National League asking for
u postponement of the special meeting
called for next Tuesday at the Waldorf
Astoria. Kogel, In his letter, explains
that negotiations for the sale of the Phila
delphia rlub ate under way and that, If
thp magnates will hold off until two weeks
from to-day, he may he able to close
the deal. TAigel lifts been asked to piove !
the charge that the umpltes during the!
tecent National League race favored the
tliutits In twenty-one games, also to ex
plain the meaning of a statement that
appealed under his signature In a Chi
cago newspaper attacking the honesty of
Although Four I has foimally denied
that he ever uttered such chaiges, Prejl
dent Lynch Is prepaied to confront htm
with damaging proof on November 2S,
I'ogel's request for n postponement will
not be consldejed by l.vni'li for the tea-
son that he perfonally cannot set the
sptci.il meeting back. In October, the
league by a vote of 7 to 1 decided to
take up the Kogel charges -a week fiom
to-day. so that the only way a meeting
can b avoided Is by voting to adjourn
as soon as the magnates have convened,
or by agreeing to slay away from the
star chamber Officially, therefore, the
Kegel cae will come up for Investigation
at the appo'uted time.
Kogel, In hl letter to the other club
owners, admits that the Philadelphia club
is on the market and that he U prepar
ing to get nut of baseball of his own
accord. At least three syndicates have
made offeis for the club and srounds,
but there Is nothing doing so far In
cidentally Kogel Is prmred to show. II
Is said, that he did not write the article
published In a Chicago newti'aper, but
was Induced to allow his signature to be
Ubed by somebody else It Is suspected
that Kogel may i-ee lit to Implicate an
other league club owner with whom he
has been closely Identified In the base
ball business. If Fogel makes such a
charge. It Is said that the cluh owner
In question will find himself In hot water
C H. Ebbeth of the lliooklyn club had
a long confab with C W. Murphy of the
Cubs In Chicago on Sunday K.hbets said
he was trying to make a deal for play
ers, hut was unsuccessful As a matter
of fact Ebbets discussed with Muiphy the
candidacy of 11. W. Hrown of Louisville
for the presidency of the National League.
When the confab was over Murphy re
fused to deny the report that he was
pledged to vote for Hrown and added that
he wasn't In the habit of casting his vots
befnr thp league meeting.
Lynch, who was out of the city yes-
teiday, has ibx'Ided to make no cam'
palgn In his own behalf, hut he has n
champion In the peraon of James K. Oaff
ney. owner of the Hoston National!..
"It Is true that Kbhets Is electioneering
for Brown,! the Louisville man." said
lOaffiiev yesterday, "but that Is not ur
prising i no noi Know now muen sup
port Hrown will have, but personallv
am etrnncb In favor of Lvnch's reelee.
tlon. Lvnch Is hontst Nobody can ills
pute that. He has conducted his office
without fear or favor I cannot believe
that such men as Herimanu of Clnrln
natl and Dreyfuss of Pittsburg will con
se.nt to turn him down. What has Lynch
done that should warrant his dismissal?
"He has had nerve enough to go after
Fogel and the entire league should back
him up In his crusade. Baseball cannot
be smirched as Kogel has tried to do and
Lvnch should be commended for his oner
getlc stand. If Lynch Is not reelected
In my opinion the National League will
receive a black ee. Slmpl) hecause same
club owner doesn't appiove of Lvnch's
fearless policy Is no reason for the elec
lion of somebody ! "
The New York tlub, It may lie said, Is
strongly In favor of I.ynch's retention,
while tt Is currently icported that the
St. Louis tiub also Is tn line.
Joseph D O'Urlen, by the way. has
come out as a candidate for l.jncli's posi
tion and has communicated with several
club owners who are close friends
O'Hrlen arrived here yesterday, but hod
nothing to say about his removal fiom the
secietaryshlp of the (Hunts. It wus
learned that before D'Hrieti left here a
week aun for Milwaukee tn attend the
minor league meeting he received a tip
that the New Yoik club had decided to
dispense with his servlcet. O'Brien could
not understand the move, It Is .ald, for he
had had no dlsagieement of any kind with
President Urush. in his way back from
Milwaukee O'Htlen stopped In Chicago
and Pittsburg for chats with Murphy and
Dreyfuss. It was said yesterduy that
O'llrlen bad a chance in supplant It. W
Drown in the favor of those club owners
who have been gioomlnis Hrown slnctt
early In September.
Harry Wolvertun, formei leader of the
Hlghlandeis, will mamigu the Sacramento
club In the Pacific Coast I.eaguo next sea
son. Wolverton did tiot have a chance
to Hecure his old place as manager of tho
Oakland club, for the Job .was handed to
Mertz, a catcher on that team, several
days ago, although the Information did
not become known until yesterday.
The Boston Nationals will not retain
Arthur Devlin, the former Olant, next sea
son. Manager Stalllngu has derided to
play Hues at third base, which will luavti
no ftom for Devlin. The Huston club haa
advised Devlin to look around for a new
berth and the veteran Is trying to secure
the management of some minor league
team. It Is rumored that he may be able
jo land with either the Newatk or Jersey
Hugh Jennings, the Detrolts' manaiier,
who Is In town, ssya that the Tigers will
be greatly strengthened next year. Ho
has many new players to be tried In the
spring and also will have the veterans
Cobb. Crawford. Bush, Stunage and Davy
Jones as a nucleus.
King Cole, the pitcher traded by the
Cubs to the Pirates and recently sold to
4'olumbus, has opened a baiber shop In
Chicago. Cole save he has recovered his
control and will maka a record with the
razor and shear.
CklraKn llllnrdlsl Wins,
At the Knickerbocker billiard rooms In
Brooklyn last nlRht James Shea, repre-
sentlng Chicago In the Intercity three
cushion billiard tournament, defeated
Churles Otis, representing Brooklyn, 30
to 30, The Chicago pluyer fUjido a high
run of 6. His opponent' best was 4.
Dave Lauterbach of Brooklyn and Or.
Harris of Chicago will play to-night.
Athletics Make It F.lick Mtralght.
Special (able Despatch lo Thi Si'N
Havana, Nov, 18 Tho Philadelphia
Americans won their eighth consecutive
gstne to-day by defeating the Havana,, It
t Ii Ceerabe pitched, ftr the yliitor,
ASSOCIATION TO BOOM AUTOS.
Meetlnic Called tn Form Oar In Local
A call was sent out yesterday to var
ious persons In the local automobile tiade
for a meeting to-morrow at Oeorge Hec
tor's "to form an Incorporated 01 sanita
tion for the piomotlon of rare meets, It 11 1
climbs, road competitions, exhibitions and
motor functions of all kinds that will
make the automobile conspicuous In the
news columns of the pupers and keep
motor curs In the public eye."
One plan suggested Is to form a slock
company with $10,000 capital, divided
Into one hundred shares of $100 each,
no one make of car or accessory to be
repiesented by mole than three shares.
Another suggestion Is that R fixed per
centage of all profits from promotions be
put Into a leserve fund anil the balance
be disbursed from time to time In divi
dend", although the Idea Is to make the or
ganisation primarily a motor car booster,
and onlv Incidentally and possibly a
Those who Issued the call sent j ester
day are W. C. Poertncr, tleorge II. Hob
eit'siin and K. C. .1. McShane, the mem
bers of the Motor Dealers Kxhlblt Com
pany, which promoted two rare meets
at ilrlghton lleach this full.
The Intentions of Walter K. Flandeis
toward the rnlttd States Motors Com
nnnv. of which he will take hold- ere
long, are expiessed by him as follows:
"It would be preinatute io announce uie
new sales policy in iinmi. ui i win bhj
that the genetul policy will be to leave
matters Just as they are so far as deal
ers are concerned. That Is to say, those
dealers who have been handling Maxwell
oi Stoddard cars will continue to enjoy
those agencies undisturbed. And dealers
who are handling the Kianaeis sixes
will also continue to handle that line un-
distill hed. The sales policy, like the man
ufacturing- Policy, will e one or expan
sion, not of contraction.
I have never seen any great success
achieved by cutting down The way to
make profits Is to Increase output, And
that being our plan. Jt goes wlthlut say
ing that we will need evory good, every
competent man In the old organisation.
whether n the fieia or. ai me factories.
The accession of Mr Flanders to hcad-'p
Snip 111 Wlf Ulllirw .". .
pany means the general administration
offices will be removed to Detroit.
The Automobile School of the West Side
M. c. A. opens for Its tenth yelr on
NEWSPAPER GOLFERS END '
SEASON OE TOURNAMENTS
One r- Cluh Competition
Tombstone Event Precede
Diiiuer at Van Cortlandt.
Two competitions on the links followed
bv the annual meeting and dinner milked
the formal closing of the season yester-l
day at Van Cortlandt Park for the mem
bers of the New Yolk Newspaper Oolf
Club. The first event on the card whs a
one club competition over the twelve
meadow holes, each member Iwlng allowed
three-quarters of his usual handicap,
with the privilege of selecting the club to
be ured. XV. J. Haywood, heietofoie a
non-winner, had the best net of the day,
returning a card of 7324, 49, The gross
prize went to Harry A. Haines, the secie
tury of the club, with 63. He used a
Th-!e weie other prizes awarded 111 this
competition, one being for the thirteenth
score, and this was taken by F U Haw
thorne 11 H Martin won the nwatd for
the longest drive of the day, his distance
being 21S atds. The high gross of the
duv was foicul upon .1 W Ferguson, vv ho
finished at the bottom of the list.
Following the handicap the contestants
turned their attention to a tombstone
competition over the hill bobs. Lacb
peteon was to take twenty stiokes and
to plant the monument win re h rtnlshnl.
George L. Cooper, piesldent of the club
and the donor of the Cooper cup, whs the
At the close of the day on the links the
club members held their annual meeting
und elected u lioard of illtecioia, which
next April will elect offlcei
Itig were, chosen directors
J L. Dorgan,
OYorxe fllerrett, II
I. Haywood, A C.
Mun.iv. C r
1. (Sendee. Albeit Hedley,
!, V. Westtiitt. .1 ll. i-roweu, .i. nn
ford. J. XV. Feiguson. H. (Irantland Hlce,
C ! Lat'x. tl. F. Hslston. F. Clements
und W J. VcHelh .
Covets we,4 laid for eventv-nve nt
the annual d.nner In the evening in the
golf hoiur, the occasion being the distri
bution of trophies to the successful ones
of the season, tjeorge U Cooper pre
sided The principal cups presented were
the Cooper cup liiAlbert Hedley and the
O'Connell club championship cup to A. C
Murray. Other members who tecelved
trophies and the competitions In which
they won them were as follows:
May Handicap Qualifying round
Albert Hedley, JleraUl: Class A, J. Oiarit.
land Itlce, Kiraim; if nil; Class 11, Jo
ii willlums. Her Mil.
June Handicap Qualifying round
(lemur F Ilalston. H'orW . Ctuss A. A, C.
Muriliy, HrraUl: Class B, C r . Le
Oeiidie, M'oiW; Class C, Chailes F Laux.
.Inly Handicap Qunllf Ing round Jo
seph II William-. HeruM (Muss A,
tJemge K. Westcntt, leruld . Class U,
Frank T. Pope. A mei (caa.
August Handicap Qualifying round
James K. Crowell. HveMng Trlrgram;
Class A. 11. Oruntland Itlce. Kyeaiao -Wi II.
Class U, Archibald J. Olfford. Aretiliig
7'rlcproiii. . ,,
The semes of the handicap follow
XV. J. Haywood, jJ-:. 41. O. F. KsUtan.
ri w nr II A. llslnui, S 11. "i. .T
i,,u, ;; is, Jl. K. It, l.avertr, --' 6"
Albert' Hedr.y.-. A. B. Owen..
hi Arriiifrord, -t'. i.,tuB-,2M,,Jrr,;
s, l: F. U IUwlhrr.s. 7 4. i...J" "i
Dorgsn. 7118. S3. C. Uendre. ..14,
S3; ,i. F U. Uawthome, 7114, 4, J. w,
Fergueen, 1114, 47.
Women members of the Ualtusrol Oolf
Tlub had Intended to get together foi
their Hnnual chiimplonshlp over tho links
near Short Hills yesterday, hut at the
eleventh hour they voted to give up all
thoughts of a championship and subsll
tute a medal' play competition. This con
lsted of thlrty-slx holes, selected eighteen
to count. Because of a late start Mrs,
J A, Phllbrlck and Mrs, F. E. Donohoe
wen- unable to complete the double round
and will be allowed to finish later Tim
chances are, however, that Mrs. N. I .
Itogers, who had a selected scoie or 6,
will be the winner. Mrs. R, C. Vanbok,
Uen returned 04. Mrs. Matshsll Oeer t)S
and Mrs. V. H. Brown 104 The cold
weather and high wind militated against
it- .i the rireenwlch Country Club five
nolfers olastfed In a best ball match. Her
bert Strong, ine mwuuu uiun-in., nm.
Jack DowllnW. the Scarfsdale "pro," Joined
forces against H. J. Topping, the well
known Greenwich amateur; Joe Doeberl,
the club's proressial. ana nis awinam
Rnh Thomnson. At the end of the morn
ing round the match atood ell square, but
at the turn In the afternoon Strong and
Dowlliig stood up. After that it was
easy for the visiting pair to win by 4 up
and J to play.
professional golfers are beginning to
turn their faces homeward. The most
recent to salt for the other side were
James Mllllgsn of WUhesbarre ; Charles
Adama of Pltteileld and William McKen
sle of North Adams. In the next fort
night ii number of others are expected
(o leave. Jack Jolly, who sailed laet
week, plans a hurried trip, his Idea being
to fetUM t9t CfcrUtaM k.
KIRBY REELECTED TO
PRESIDENCY OF A. A. U.
Signalizes Day With Forcible
Plea for Abolition of
XKW RECORDS ACCEPTED
Annual Meriting Wind- I'p With
Vote of Congratulations to
J. K. Sullivan.
Oustavus Town Klrby was leelected by
acclaim to the presidency of the Amateur
Athletic I'nlun yesterday st the annual
meeting at the Waldorf-Astoria. The
otherolllcers elected were ! Klrst vice-presi
dent, A, .1. l.lll, Jr.. Uoston ; second vice-
piesldenl, O. P. Pawling. Philadelphia;
thlid vlce-piesldent, Theodore It. Hland,
SI, Louis; fuuith vice-president, II. W.
Kitzpatrlck, New Orleans; secretary,
Ismes R Sullivan, New York. The reg-
Isttiilioii committee will he made up of the
secretaiy, as chairman, and the chairmen
of tho vsrlous association committees.
The delegates pie-nent were:
Metropolitan Association .lames K.
Sullivan, Harlow S. Weeks, P. W. Hublen,
P. .1. V. Delany. P. .1. Wulsh . Alternate
K. T. Hart; South Atlantic Association
William Miitdlck, Mcirlll Hopklnson,
Washington Howl, (Jeoige J. Turner,
Thtudule K. Straus. Middle Atlantic As-
eoclutlon (Seorge P. Pawling, P. W
llauer, Herman Me.ver, Peter P. Cainey,
John T. Taylor, Joseph P. Oaffney Cen
tral Association K. O. Itacey, Di. Oeorge
K. Herman . New Kngland Asoclatloii
K. F. Walsh. .1. K. Conway, A. J LIU,
Leo A. Johnson, Thomas K. Klley, JL K.
Winston . Altematt Edward K. Hubb:
Association George James:
Southern Pacific Association. W.-L. Kobli ;
Inlercolhglate A, A. A. A. Uustavus T.
Klrby, American Fencers league XV.
Scott O'Connor , Western Association
John J. O'Connor; Southern Association
Harry XV. Kitzpatrlck, L. dl llenedetlo;
Catholic A. L .1 H. Itellly. XV. H. Weber,
H U Murray, National Cvcllng Associa
tion It. K Kcliey, D. M Adee, North
(American O.vmnaslum Uulon IC. Hang.
Delegates at l.arf e A. tj. Mills. Dr.
'Luther H. (Jiillrk. Chailes II Caller.
I Th Metropolitan Asi'atlon was up-
luld by (he national body In Its decision
ion Kl.ins Jnhnnnsen. the l.'ititnintee t. hr.
(compete,) for the It Amtrlcan A. C
. It was said that ,lohannfn desired to
leomticte for Atneilrn tn Him nltmnle
I sanies at Stockholm, but as he was not a
natiiiallzcd citizen he could not. He went
hack to Finland and icnresented that
Icoiintry In tho OImite games. On re-
.turning to America, the Finn wanted to
jrompete for the Irish American club, but
I was protested by some of the other clubs.
e.i. niiwj ill n .rutin). lliessilKe HpuKe
In favor of "home rule" for the various
oigatilr.alluns which come under the na
tlun.il liody. He said :
"Great encouragement should be given
to this home rule Idea, for thiough It
much which could not be accomplished
b the national body can b accomplished
... UUJ, .J.I., mien ppueu
to rules anu regulations of competition ", ," . ; ;:. " . , . ' " ' ... "
or details of msnagoment but also, and,-!""; Jockey reahan gave Insurance Man
even more Importer, where applll the best ride he ever had. and to Ills mas
matteis of organisation and government. !,rrflJ' hand a mu.ch " the ability of
For example, a local athletic league such h"r!P,1" run due the vie oi. v. In
as the Public SchooU Athletic League 0f ',,ri,prp Man crowded In the back-
New York should not become an allied sireicn, mu ieai.au ae,. n lun.i,
Iwdy of the Amateur AthlMlc I'nlun. Iiuti10 Rpt hla ,10r'"' tl,rouh "r"1- hfn
should liecome elthrr a member of the,""1''. n" ""'t hl mount forward and
Metropolitan Association of the A. A it. never was overtaken, although Striker I
or perhaps peculiar conditions making llie.wi" cle ' bis heels.
same auvisahle. an allied member of the
Metropolitan Association '
"Theie arc a few honest men In Jail
and unite a fw at larne." continued Mr
Klrbi. 'whom we believe t he crooks and
who aie nut In Jail because we do not
have the evidence to convict them. To
day, as always, there Is much talk about
athletes competing In A. A. U games be
ing professionals. Such nosslp I, not to
be either Ignored or winked at. It la thu
duo of this union to rerret out such of
fenders and punish them for their of
fence, but why not charges Instead of
It Is as much llie duly of eveiv ama
teur and honesty luvlug peison who knows
of a violation of the letter or spirit of any
rule of the A. A. 1" ." he said, "to give In
formation to the officers of the A. A. C.
a It Is of the law abiding citizen to give
information to the civil authorities of u
crime of which he has knowledge, it Is
easy tu throw mud. Why not give In
formation lnsnad? It will be welcomed,"
Concerning the finances of the union
the president said: "Financially the
union has piosuered and It Is to be con
gratulated In having to the credit of Its
capital account the handsome sum of
121, il5. 96, During the year It contributed
to the Olympic fund the sum of $1,000
Up to the heights' on the
wings of the morning the
Ford brings new joy and a
new world without exces
sive cost. And now that our
gigantic production lias
f orced prices down to the very
bottom you surely can afford
Kvery third car a Ford and exety Ferd
user a Ford "booiter". Nevr prices run
about 525 touring car $000 delivtfrv car
$625 town car $00 -with all equipment,
r.o.b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford
Motor Compnty, 1 733 Broadway, New
York ; alio .lackioii Avenue and Honeywell
Street, Long Island City, or direct from
SIDNEY B.y BOWMAN
225-231 WEST 49TH
- - , f ,
and In addition thereto gains 13,133.10
over Its balancs la 11L
Mr. Klibu did not overlook the cour
teous treatment accorded to the American
team at the Olympic games In Stockholm,
Sweden, He said: "This opportunity
should not be permitted to pass without
an expression of appreciation of the
courtesy and consideration shown by
Sweden to the American team and the
repiesentutlves of this country and to
compliment this great little country upon
Its altogether successful effort In having
the games the love feast which they are
Intended to be rather than one of bicker
ings 'mid turmoil. From his Majesty the
King and his Ttoyal Highness the Crown
Prince to the man In the stieet n hearty
welcome went out for tbla country."
The record running high Jump of feet
6'k Inches, made by Qeorge L. Horlne of
Stanford Unlvetslty In a duel meet with
the University of Southein Callfor
tils, at Stanfoid, Cal on March 29, HMt,
was accepted by the record committee.
On account of the showing; made by Hor
lne In the Kast and at Stockholm there
hart been much discussion as to whether
he leally mude such a leap. The evidence
brought fiom the West by the officials at
(the meet, however, was deemed sufficient
LPSr the committee. Horlne Is said to have
linsde a Jump of C feet 7 Inches In an In-
lerclass meet at Stanford, but no appli
cation was made for the acceptance of
this as a record.
Among othcis whose records were ac
cepted vveie: James Duncan, with the
discus, (leoige doubling In walking at one
mile outdoor and two, three and font
miles Indoor; Pat McDonald, putting 18
pound shot ! New York A. C. five man
one mile teiay; Cornell four mile relay , hai boxed a draw with Kddle O'Keefe.
. .. i .. -...j .'.'tn. Ph nilelnh a featherweleht. His
i.ouin neon, tour mile run uuiouuri ipi
Ilerna, two miles outdoor; Ralph Itose,
two handed 16 pound shot put; Ham Law
lence, running high jump Indoor; P. Don
ovan. 56 pound weight for height ; A. H.
Klvlat, 1,500 meter inn; George llonhag,
COO meteis Indoor; John Nicholson,- 120
yard hurdles; Mark S. 'Wright, pole vault.
II. (1. Lolt, thiowing Javelin; James
Thorpe, all around: Duke KHhanamoku.
Kenneth Huszagh. Perry McUllllviay, w.
II. Ooodwln. II. J. Hebner, Michael Sic
Dei mot t and K B. Willis, swimming,
lloxlng was the biggest money getter
foi the A. A. V.. ns Is shown In the sec
retary's report, The championships, which
were held In Hoston, netted the union
S4.220. Oymnastlcs showed a loss of j
The registration committee's report
shows a gain In the number of members.
The total now Is 17,603.
A resolution was adopted whereby the
piesldcnt of the union will appoint five
delegates 'to an International congress,
which will meet In the summer of ll,
at some place to be decided upon later.
They will formulate lules for Olympic
A resolution of gratitude and congratu
lation was voted to James E. Sullivan.
The day marked the fiftieth anniversary
of his tdrth and his twenty-fifth year In
the A. A. 1J.
TEAHAN BIDES MASTERFULLY,
Skill Land Insurance Man
I i Akratl 4f Two Favorites.
Nortolk, Va.. Nov. 13. Acton had little
tumble winning the Norfolk County Han
dicap, for three-year-olds and up, at
Jamestown Hack to-day Joe Dlebold,
which divided lionois with Acton so far
as the favoritism of the crowd was con
cerned, was a close second,
Insutance Man, one of the best two
v ear-olds of the season, won his third
lace of the meeting to-duy. beating Con
, ,,. ,, K,r.U.h the favnrlt.. tellh
First Usee -Two-yesr-old malilm. five and
s half furlongs -Clothe llruu. IUD Ifluiurlli.
J tn 1, wiiii: Cogs, 112 itaiflusl. 8 io S for plsce.
kecoud: U.iltery. 109 iDavtcsi, 2 to I tu show,
ihlrd. Time, IDS 2-5. Uls Trnrop. Jonquil.
Mohswk Girl. Hiirreos. Jink Krllorr, Turkey
In the Straw. Abdnn aUo ran.
Second Here Selling, tuu-car-nulf . one mile
Inmrsnre Un, 102 iTcuhan) 7 to I, won; Strllirr.
HM iSrhuttlnrrrl, I to 2 tor plsce. ,rcond; Crus
veiier. 103 lt'cririoQl even tn show, third, Tlrre,
I'll '.'-j. Ssmt Hnir. Mohawk Boy, Conllnental,
Kiln, ! ratio. MtmesiUs also ran.
Third Race Tlirre-year-oldi and up: trlllni;
wen furlonga- knlnui Urrk. KM iMnndoni.
S lo 1. won: geesiloii Mark. Ion (Turarri. 4 to S
for place, second: .larnes DocUery, ton iCarrnlll.
S lo 1 allow, tlilnl. Time. 121 1-S Killsrlls,
Harvey I .. Ilalrtenian, Uaaorrlla. i:ima. llrhre
Court. ltr, Jrvup. Hum. (iarnant also lan
fourth Uaee Three-jer-old; one mile
.Vrtuu. KM iMarllnl 17 to 10, wou' Joe Ulehnld,
ltri iTealiaiii, 4 lo 4 for place, second. Yellow Eyes,
nri iXtcOahey) out lo show, third. Time, 1:40 2-1.
War Morn. Carlioa Club.'-sjatra also ran.
Fifth Race Thrre-yeir-oMs and up, selling;
nne mile and aevenlv variKKErallhitr. UB iTea.
hanl. 11 tu 5. won: CUrcr Un. 107 ITurnari, S to 1
U1 IIC. nC.Mill.i ,ll ,.111.-,.. .., 1 f.UAl.tll,,
3 lo 5 in ahnw, talril. Time. 1:4S :&. In
element. Srarli'l Pimpernel. Evelyn DorW. Hedge
Rose. Shelhy spin. Hay Cliff, Camellia, Monlry.
Luck (leorie also ran,
SltUi Haor Threr-ye lr-old and up: selling:
one mile sod ttvenly yards-Dynamite, 107
(Ruxtoni, 14 to t. won: llerrUc Its (Msrllni even
tor place, second: Outlan, 103 (Ttahaul, to a lo
how. third. Time, I:I1. SUlrs. Annie Sellers,
Nlmhin. Sprlngmas. MeIaod F . Wooit Don,
Chlllon Squaw, Jacobite, Afnler also ran.
The smooth, delightful operation nd
even battnee of the Marinoii brines
wonderful savinc of tires and upkeep.
44-40 Ii. p.. lli-lnch
wheel base, electric self
siartlnc sod llzntlnc:
with body types to merl
every renulremenl and i
corre,pondlnc equip- .
menv-H.uoa to sa.aW.
AUTO CO., fnVovi.
ST., NEW YORK CITY..
COLUMBIA BEGINS ROCKET.
nhnnllna- thr Park an Cement Sur
face Kaicat al Present Work.
Hockey practice began al CoIumW
yesterday, when a sniiad of thirty-live
candidates reported to Tom Howard, tho
old Yale coach, for the first workout of
the season. Practice was held on the
handball rotitts In the gymnasium and
was confined almost entirely to shooting
the puck an oss the cement floor.
I'nlll the last part of next wesk the
playera will have to content themttlvea
with Hits kind of practice. Then there
will be daily woik at the 8. Nicholas
Hlnk. Howard plans to get his men Iff
condition as eaily as possible and to this
end will make the squad Jug to or three
miles with the cross-country runner
eveiy dny. It Is probable that a Western
trip will be taken tn the Christmas vaca
tion In preparation for the regular league
J. S. Hates, Pg . Is captain of the stven
and the other veterans who reported ware:
It. .1. Trimble, '13L; It. W. Mllbank.. '16;
XV. Todd, 'IB: F. M. Washburn. '131.; J.
L. Smith, MIS, and I.. 10. Harris, '13.
IMdle Morsian Challennes Ullbaae.
In a letter to Tlt SttN James Joh'n-
Ion, manager of Kddle Morgan, the Eng
lish bantam, says Morgan Is ready to
make a match with the American feather
weight champion, Johnny Kllbane. Mor
gan wilt agree to any weight to box,
winner take all. He will consent to ten
t minds or a finish contest and will meet
Kllbane anywhere, also at any time.
.Moik.iii has whipped Prankte (turns
the Philadelphia featherweight. His
manager says so far Kllbane has de
clined to entertain the Billon's challenno.
We rnskc a upeolslty of rerslrlnr aiiln'r.o
biles: In sddlllon to our facilities for dolus
One couch work wr hsvc a wrll eqiilrpen
machine shop to overhaul motors: established
J. M. QUINSY & CO.,
Newark, N. J.
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TOUOMLKS. COMMERCIAL VEHI
CLPS. tiARAOKS TIHHS. KOt!IP
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PANIKS. WILL ALWAYS KIND
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Ntw llrks Aummoblle Psrgaln r.slabllshmeat
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The rnusual Values .lusllfy the word "loellia!
I'ackardt. $2M lo K..Vi: Peerlesiea. HVl-;i,:M
I'lercc-Arrows (IJr.ioulnes, Landauljltesi.
Mercedes Vf. $7.V). V)-l fn; ItnU J01
Itenaiill Town Cars 1.23o-l.smi; Isotta I,1VI
Klais idowil Carsi Moo W "'
I lludsons Jiavmuo: Ralnlers ("Klfty I !:o-MNl
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Cadlllacn tuu. o si.xi
l.nrlers 4U, MtO. 190. SM0 to SI.2U1
Hemes Sum to sl.ton: P'liiiniv-IlellevlHe. 1100
Stevens 1fO lo m.mi: franklin Clx"i JIM
I'ord (I1H2I Delivery W axons fach St 4iS
Tails iwe have teni S-1"" m.
Town Cars lhave twenty) JJH In 57.0TO
Ten ;hnsses (make Al speedsters or delivery).
Resides 100 other cars al attractive prlc-sl
Demonstrations (ilvcn: I'.xnmlnatlons Invited:
Uverj'thlng a Represented.
Uarnetos, laimps. Roillrs. vVtndshlelUs, Tnfe.
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windows, fleelrle llcht syslem, jpeedomevar. all
nrceasary extias: car has had moat Injeltlcent
cure: will sell at ubtnilal rediictlon. STEVf.NS
.'IS4 Hrnadway: telephone 780J-Schuyler.
Al.CO 40 h, p. equipped with limousine
body and extra touilny body, raceatly over
hauled: exceptional condition: will sell for one
t Mil U of orlclnal mice. I.OCKIIART, 21S6 Uroad
way; telephone 7S0I Scl.uyler.
IIUnSDNS. 4.475: Chnliners. 1M: Cadlllara,
tin): Konlt, S27t: lluleUs, 4250; ovtrlands. (400;
ion others. 20TH CKNTl'RV CO., 1700 B'wy,
HKN. 11-22 ll. P. Uiidaulet: most excellent car
for town service. STKVE.NS. 2184 Broadway;
telephone 7802-Si hii) ler
AllUnoilLES fXIM rtlUa.
I,CKAHD LIMOLHINKM. new cart for
I mnuilily aci vice: apvclal to theatre or opara. with
, pilvllege of atoppinc one hour for supper. 419.
l.artct ranter, ui i-acnara cars la new nets.
IMCKARDS. s hour, iseatret, li; bndaess sad
renin, 41 passeacer. tloo-t4M monlhly: aaK out
plan; carl. MjTiica rxrelleni. IW-Cojumkas.
I'ACKAIil' lUversFde lUnf. 04 vc,l Uli
IaU rtduclloa ol prleaa: lourlai and UmeuslaM
U aour, IMS per WMlb up. W90 3chuyl.
AVTOMOBIUC ND MOTOB TACCB IM.
WKIITHIDK Individual load work. Small shop
T. M. -' A. classes. Truck positions waldne.
Send for UooUlet. Sit W. 47th Si
Phono TITO Columbus.
Motor Co., ITway, bclncaa UVs