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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
!One Scrub Eleven Opposes the
Varsity and Another
HALF HUNDRED IN ACTION
Yale PIh.vs Used Against Ilif?
Team Bricklry Kicks
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 19 Hsrvaid
ldom has played linrder football than
was shown In the St.idlum to-dav The
vanity and I lie siibstlttiti s Hind tip
Malnst illlfi'irnt tennis i"l-cdtl f I urn tin
scrubs, and two IihiiI sciltnni.inrs "tic
fought nt nnct- Instt union were Riven
to the nii'ii not In t.irkle too li.tr.l III tlip
open plnjs, hut the inteifoienci' .ill after
ooon w.is us Hcrce as in a K.tiiif and the
Bfy pluveis who purtkipiited were (clad
when darkness cunc
Wendell urnl Hrirklry were In the thick
of the play, hut II. lliitdwlrk, who has a
bail cold, remained on the sUIm lines,
Uradleo takltiK his plare In thr iMCktlMd.
The vanity and tin- scrubs had tin Hold
to themselves for a while. ilRgl Hrown,
'SI, who has !'n Yale piny every game
Ibis yer, was busy with the second team
men putting on Yale-. plnvs Theie whs
no scorlnc by rushlnc. iilthoiiKh otno Rood
trains were tmolo by both trimi". hut
Rrlckley was on deck as usual with his
drop kicks. He tried foul "hols tor ponls
from the tlld. norms one fiom behind
his rush line .it fmtv v.ir.N and making
two others at thtrt.v-t!vt .ird.
Harry Gmdnei. the varsity uuarter
back, was not In the sn Imtn.iqr , lie Is
feellnc better than be did vrstrr.hiy and
wa In playhiB clot he, but lit- worked
aside with several of the Mihtltutei.
Freedley ran the varsity at cinarteib.irk.
Two enroiiniKinc thins? happened to
day. Truinbull was abb- to plav in bl
old place ni rich! cinird. and Itt.tdlc.v,
the substitute (iiiHrietb.irk. tvhn sprained
his ankle three wi-i-Us into, was out dolnr,
more than light work. It l not snro that
Trumbull will be able to start Sutuiday.
if Indeed Hrlscoll is not the ilrt tliolre
after his lAhlhltloti In the 1 urtinuiith
a, lime, nut with Tiii.iibull mil I?r.till out
ffgaln Hatvaiil will kii to New Haven h.iv
Init ovety man ilm possihly will be undid
ready tn cct into tin- sunn i:nd Itnuh
Coolldce Is Inrliided In ibe llt of men now
on the field, hi knee standing iii well
tinder to-day's workout
To-morrow the team mil bold its last
practice of the rar There may ) a
abort scrlmmuce. ni.iitilv fur the varlt
to put on Its complete attack nnd for the
erubs to tr.v all the Yale formations on
which the.v have been norkmc so lmd.
Thursday, while the ends, hicks .ind cen
tres are nt New Haven, thi tackles and
guards will do some win l( In Ihi Stadium
PUMPELLY AND FLYNN AGAIN.
Thla Time. Instead of I'lelil Cnal.
It's n Tonchdovtn piece.
New Haven, Conn. Nov. 10 Two
touchdowns made up the total of the var
sity's performance npaluM the scrub team
this afternoon. All of the vatsitv men
wm In the lineup c.n-ept Botntdslci. who
la Injured. The coaches snv he will ho
Jrl to play Saturdav. Bomelsler walked
up and down In his street clothes and fol
lowed the work of the scrimmaging teams
closely. The place of Hotnolsler was taken
The varsity used mnn substitutes
After the first touchdown made bv Flynn.
Wheeler. Phllbln. Spalding and Klynn all
retired from the game and thrl- places
were taken by Cornell nt quartet and
Markle, Pumpelly and Raker In th- other
places. In the line the tackles pl.ijed
right through. The two substitute guards,
Arnold and Head, both went In and .Mat
ting was at centre for a while Per suc
ceeded Cornell as quarterback for a few
Klynn's touchdown followed a long se
ries of short line plunges b Spnldlng and
himself, rhllbiu was not ued much, as
lie Is being partly rerted foi the Harvard
game. Klynn put the hall over from the
five ynrd line and did not to to kick the
aoal. The other touchdown wa- made In
a similar manner, though It tpok a little !
longer. The playing after the kick off wa '
all In the scrubs' terrltorv Hakei made i
one short run. but foi the mo-' pait It I
wa strictly old fashioned line plunginc.
and Pumpelly flnallv put the ball over for
the touchdown After this there was in
dividual work until dark, the backs di vot
ing much of the time to klck.ng and get
ting off the forward pass
FOUR FORDHAM PLAYERS OUT.
Monthly Mark l.nsr llrnps llnrreftt 1
of Team Mnlntay.
There was an air of gloom over th
Tordham camp yesterday. With the hard
est game on the schedule to he played
next Saturday nnd the team In perfect
tunning order four of the Maroon's stir
playeis were ruled from the field by the
faculty monthly mark law. At I'ordham
ns soon as a player drops below HO per
tent, In any branch whatever he Is ills
qualified us an athlete until this study Is
made up. A period of a week elapses be
fore the next examination Dutch Has,
McNally, U Hlnchllffe and Mulvcy were
t'te men on the gridiron yesterday with
out their football togs.
This Is a severe loss for the Maroon
team and It presages defeat on Saturday
by the strong ft P. I. team at Troy. Hill
ICellaher, who played tackle on the Ma
toon's old fighting machine and at pres
tni tackle nt Penn, was assisting Coach
Thorp In drilling some second string line
men. Both Coaches Thorp nnd Hlsklnd were
anxious to give their charges a scrimmage
for blood. The Commerce eleven and the
Fordham team went against each other
for r:n hour. Duke McGahren distin
guished himself at gunrd and Coach
Thorp says he will he In the It. P. I.
rune. He was believed to be stale, but
the big fellow bowled over everything that
cime his way.
, Joe Hlnchllffe returned to his position
al end after a week's sickness, and
1 ralner Pesas believes he will be able to
gt Into the Tt P. I game, which Is some
c insolation to the Kordham team.
Assistant Manager Mcl.auglillu Issued
a call for candidates to get on the field
n 'id the dormitories are being gone over
with a fine tomb In order to get out any
hickfleld inateilal that looks In any way
promising, na the Kordham management
U In sore need of backs
KEYES DROP KICKS 45 YARDS.
Makes fionl In Scrimmage With the
Scrub llobb Has Day Off.
West Point, N, v., Nov. IS The Army
l'm kept up strenuous work to-day, the
roaches driving the men through a sharp
scrlrntnagn after the usual preliminary
d'lll. Ilobbs was the only regular back
i ot In to-day's scrimmage, Herker was
nnd In his place. Ilobbs had a long
I tilling drill and got Into Ihe signal prac
Keyes was the bright star of to-day's
toartlec, In the preliminary work lie
diopped several pretty Held goals, hut It
I'malned for him to bring the rooters In
l e stand tn their feet later on when In a
niugh wcrlmmago he made a beautiful
drop kick while standing on tlin forty
; trd linn and with a strong scrub linn
l caking through. Tlur little halfb.irl:
h'io scored a touchdown. Benedict also
made two long runs and scored a touch
l own. Krapf was thrown behind the
rorub line fr a safety.
YALE PLAYER BADLY HURT.
Castles Suffers Conenaaloa of taa
rain In scrimmage.
Nbw IUvev, Conn., Nov IS. John
Wesley Castles, Jr., of Morrlstown, N. J.,
a member of the sophomore class In the
academic department of Yale Unlveislty,
Is at the Yale Infirmary to-night sufTerltuc
from concussion of Hie brain n the result
of a football scrimmage here this after
noon and Is painfully but not dangerously
111 'I'lin Injun HI pi event him from
Plaltu; Saturday iimiltist Harvard, where
be was sure to pla.i and net Ills letter.
'.'astles was at the botlom of a heap In
the M-rlmtmiKr and ptobabl was kicked
in the head, thoiiKh Just how he was In
jured H mil known When the men got Up
oft the pile be was line onsclotts, and after
he wa levlved be did not know any one
near him. He was huriled to the Yale
Infirmary In an automobile and first
HTnunlzed people .Hound him about 1 :3b
o'clock to-night He Is .1 Hill School
Kradu.ile anil ;i star fullback on last
fall's Y.ile ftehmati football leatn
NAVY CLOSES GATES AT LAST.
Tlrst "i-i'irl Drill In flays fur Array
tiauir I'roarrss .Noted.
ANVAI'OMs, lid., Nov 1. The prac
tice at the Naval Acadeinv this after
noon was secret for the first time this
season. The general work of the team
hus been so backwiitd that the coaches
have not thought secret practice neces
sary and have drilled the squad In the
elements of straight football. This after
noon, however, the ituards kept the
general public at a distance, and work
was beRiiii on the special Ws which
will be used npalnst the At my.
It is believed that much of the poor
work of the Navy team so far this
mm oii lias been due to the bad phyalcal
condition of most of the member of Ihe
MU.ul The membets of the flist and
second classes woe In partlcul.il ly bad
shape after the summer spent on the
battleships of the Atlantic licet, and were
far below the normal both In weight and
strength. The team Is drawn largely
from the second cUes, and the men are
Just tiettlnK buck into their right condi
tion. Tlie gain In weight In the last
week his lie.'ii notable Itioun and Hone,
the Kiiaids. welKh -Ofi ; pounds each,
.mil Hall, left tackle, ivwlghs 1!K pounds.
The team now Is getting Into fine shape,
and It Is probable that every man on the
team, except I'llpt. Itodes. could get 111 the
name now If necessar The Navy cap
tain has :i badly twisted ankle, but Is
llkelj to plav again In a few days. IVrry
and W.ilket are bavins n lively light for
centre, but nil the other positions are
practical settled, barring accidents
SPANKS FOR SIGNAL MISSERS.
Cnnrh Wnrnrr Adopt Corrective for
Carlisle. I'a., Nov. 1? The Cat lisle
Indians plunged with spirit Into the work
of prcpailng for the season's closing
names to-nlitht I'nder the influence of
a new ruling of Coach Warner's, which
he avs h" will Institute hereafter at the
beginning of a season, the aborigines got
much fun and benerlcJil training from the
Warner knows that carelessness was a
strong contributing factor In the Penn
game on Saturday and In casting around
for a mmed against mistakes In signals
he decided to turn the tunltinient for
deri llctlons In signal work over to the
Indian otiths theni?eles Any nslskln
who falls down on n signal either by com
mts'ion or omission hereafter will be
compelled to bend the upper part of his
bodv forwaul and stand for one sound
spatil: from eveij man on the team.
Left i:nd Wlllette was the first
aborigine caught His punishment from
hjs teammatn, proved such a good lesson
that the only other mistake of the even
ing was made by Pergle at centre He
submitted to the castlgatlon of his team
mates with the best grace possible
UNDER DOGS DO ALL THE WORK.
Cornell Varsity first While Mcrnfc
and freshmen Mix I'p.
Ithaca, .V. Y, Nov 1? Although the
Cornell varsity team was reported In good
physical condition to-dav by Dr. Mum
ford, the university phjslclan. Coach Al
Sharpe decided tn give the players an
other day of rest to get them In shape for
what he announced would be the stlfTest
workout of the season to-morrow O'Con
nor nd Champaign, the only two men
who were hurt In 'he .Michigan game,
will he able to get Into the scrimmages.
Sharpe Intends driving the team hard be
fore they leave foi Philadelphia.
The substitutes and the scrubs plaed a
lonp M-rlmmage to-dav on a muddy field.
McCutcheson, who played centm on the
varsltv early In the year, to be retired bv
an injury, was back in his position on the
scrubs and played an aggressive game
PENN NOT TAKING CHANCES.
llnrd Work Continue for C'urnell
I (iamr tin lo Country Aajaln,
i PltlLAPKLPltlA, Pa.. Nov. IS. Penn, al
though elated over the success against
, tin- Indians, Is going to take no chances
I with Cornell. The team will be put in
i the best condition posMhle. To-day the
' players worked behind rlos-d gates. It Is
, expected that n change or two may be
. made In the line on account of the show
ing of several men in the Indian game.
Or'fllth ma get Wilson's place and Jour
reay, who was formerly a tegular, may
suee d Mae.Vniuihton Crane, the former
1 ' ..n.i nliiji.,, who was Injured In the
LTrslnus game and has not played since. Is
out aniiin and may make some of the line
I men hustle. Smith announced that his
i men would be taken to Whttemarsli again
! next Tuesday. This Is the "good luck"
training camp for the Quakers, for since
their last two visits to the Country Club
the fled and Blu athletes have been win
ning their games They will remain at
Whltemarsh until Thanksgiving Day
morning, when the team will be brought
to this city for the big game with Cornell.
Lettish Men Night Orris.
cn..-. T", ... n.. v . . i a
i nuu i li ..r-1 li i.r.iii.j.1 , 1,1., .wt, 17.
I-ong after night had settled down on
I Lehigh Field the football men practiced
this evening with a football painted white
the surprise plajs that ate to be spriltii
on I.afaette Saturday, The men then
Jumped to the cage, wheie the new slg
nals weru rehearsed. The practice was
The defective tackling and Interference
that marred the team's work In the
Muhlenberg game received the special
attention of Coach Kennedy. All the men
save llobun, Flick nnd Bailey are In gbod
physical condition, hut what Is worrying
the couches most Is the downcast feeling
that peimeates the camp. To testoro
confidence vnrlous methods are being
adopted. A long scrimmage will be held
i to-morrow and It may be the last before
Wesleyan Hold Celebration.
Mippletown, Conn., Nov. 19, Wes
leyiin students celebrated the close of the
most successful football season In yearn
to-night with a parade through the streets
of the town, followed by a monster bon
fire on the back campus. President
Slmnklln, .'apt, Bacon, Coach High and
several others were called upon for
speeches. During the season Wesleynn
has won seven games and lost two, to
Yale and Williams. Wesleynn scored 112
points to IB for her opponents,
New York Hoy Wrslrran Captain.
Mtnni.ETnwN, Conn.. Nov, 19. Kdwln
M llustls, mi4. of New York, to-night
was elected captain of tho Wesleyan Uni
versity football team for next year. Eustls
plaed right end this season. He pre.
pared for Wesleynn at tho New York
Military Academy, where he played full,
back and was captain of the team his
School ContestR Trove It Makes
(lives Two More.
PRAISED RV (JEN. WINOATE
Says Young; Experts Needed as
Volunteers in Kvent of
a Riir War.
PSA I., ofllcials are making much of
the sue ess of siib-tiirget gun shooting At
the recent tllte match of tho Public
Schools Athletic League at I'eeksklll the
high school tuns who p.i itlelp.it d in.ule
teconlK In shooting In the op-n nli w.tli n
service rifle and nmiiiiililtlon thai nee
equal and In many cases atiperlot to that
of the trained sbnls nf the National
rjtlard, a number tiring offhand at -On
jards making scores of 2 out of it and
Irving Pullman of the High School nf
Commerce making the extriordlnar
score of 96 out of 100. 47 standing and 49
prone. Fifty-nine of th 1115 bovs who
shot qualified a Junior marksmen under
the rules of the National lllfle Associa
tion by mnklng 7 ft points or over out of a
possible 100. This Is an event of national
Importance, ns It has demonstrated that
boys who have never previously Hied a
eattrldge may he so taught on the iib
target (tun machines that widii thev come
to shoot in the field the) will be good
The two new high schools, ltiv nidge
and Iltishwlck. had been most anxious to
procure machines, but the Board of IMn
cation had no funds for the purpose s.
It. Oluggenhelm. the treasurer of th
lgue, on learning of the situation agred
to assume the cost nf the machines This
make ten machine" which Mr rsuggen.
hlm has donated foi the u" uf the high
schools 1eorge II I'r.itt, oi n of the .11
lectors of the leagu. esti.nlav aiitiniltio. I
to Clen WlngatM. Its pteiduit, bat he
would contilhtlte the eot nf .inothei one
Tills makes eighteen machines now in Ihe
New York high schools
For the purpose nf calling attention tn
the benefit from these till,, matches un
Wlngate has written a lettc tn tlm differ,
ent suhsldlar leagues and also to the
press throughout the countM !! cites
the war with Turkey tn Indlcn'e the likell.
hood of International troubles nnd s.ijs
that the l'nited States, having ,i small
aniiv. must depend for Its defence in an
emergency upon haity levies of volun
teers. Who Will be rompii'Cil larce nf
graduates from the high schools If thsc
are expert shots they could, .is the Uners
did against the British regular forces, be
able to defend their countt even igalnst
a superior number of regular troops He
states thnt military men generally recnij.
nlze that the way in wbleh the Turkish
troops have crumpbd before the nfaults
of the Bulgarians has been niv.ng the
fact that their troops had not been iu;ht
nil I Turn nt n.icli nt llml,
Bill Tamm. who has been playing re-u-larly
t end on the Stuwessnt eleven, lias
been shifted hy Coach Ilson to half
back. Capt. Relchert l in trim again and
will play the fullback position against
Clinton Saturday In Stuy v eant's last
game of the sonson.
Krnamn In Sirlm B lllsh.
The Krasmue swimming team will ilash
w.th Boys High in a dual in. - Thiir.
day evening nt the President street baths
Capt. Clyhurn of Krasmus is rnntldent
thnt his team will win.
Practice nf the Vnrlnn Athletic
Practice nf the various athletic teams
at most of the high schools Is practically
at a standstill this week because of the
midterm examinations, which will decide
whether the players will be illgihle to tin
Ish the season. The schools that are not
having them now will sutler m t wet 1;
Clinton-Commerce Love Trust.
The Clinton-Commerce Club, which c.
lsts for the purpose of promotlm: good
spirit between these school rivals ind
whose membership Is composed nf acllve
alumni, faculty membets and students of
these schools. Is arrargiug a big mis
meeting for Tuesday evening at the We-t
Side Y. M C A Plans are being made
to provide the club members ,u., their
friends a good time as n final handshake
before the big gridiron battle of Thanks
Preceding the mass meetlm- will be a
banquet for the football men, .it which the
teams will he lined up on opposite sides of
the same table. At the m.tss meeting
speeches will he made by the captain anil
managers nf both teams, the two school
principals and some famous athlete, whose
name Is being reserved ns a surprise. The
schools will give their yells and soups be
tween the numbers.
Clinton and f.'onmierre tti linn,
A dual cross-country run was arranged
yesterday between the High School nf
Commerce and De Witt Clinton High
School to be held Saturday mm ring. The
course has not been decided upon as yet.
but will be cither nt Central or Van Cort.
landt Park. The race Is expected to be
close, as the schpols finished sixth nnd
seventh In the Columbia run last Satur
day. Clinton tn Take No (hnneea.
Coach Hooks of thu Clinton eleven has
decided to discontinue tho weekly Tues
day scrimmage against the New York
University team. Ho says the practice
Is too severe and his charges are forced
to extend themselves to the degree of
getting hurt. With the Commerce mime
less than two weeks off he Intends to
ellmlnato every possibility of endangering
his men's condition In order to send them
Into tho Thanksgiving game tn the pink
of form. Yesterday the team practised
as usual at McNulty Field,
Clinton Allrsra Pnal Tactics.
De Witt Clinton High School ndheients
still are of the opinion that Manual's font,
ball victory this year was not deserved
and that should they defeat Commerce.
Thanksgiving Day they will iny claim to
the city championship. Clinton maintains
that the forward pass, which was the
chief factor In the first twelve tallies
In their game with Manunl, was foul nnd
thnt the tlnnl drop kick, which gave
Manual the victory, was made upon llin
Practise Karlyf Well, llnllier.
The Stuyveisant High School hockey
team will practise with the Clinton team
hereafter nt St. NMchnliia lllnl, i-i ,i
" -- - .iim mm,
set for practice Is rather early, being ,a
i : ji n. si. 10 v a. .m. on .Mondays,
Wednesdays nnd Fridays,
Ten llyck Qnll rinikclhall.
The Jamaica basketball tenm will not
hnvo Ten Kyck. tho P. S, A. I., distance
chamnlori. In the llneiiti when n...
meets Far Ilocknwiiy Friday. Tho cioss-
country ning nciicvcs mat the basket cag.
In same sans tils .ii,1iirtien n...i
- v- U Ml
lie wll content himself with tho har
riers. t.oacti Silverman nniioiimvil thnt
Helse will tako hla place In Frldny'3
Bryant Five Busy To-day,
Brvant nlav TtlrhmnnH inn .i
basketball at the Bryant eynuiMlum.
DARTMOUTH CALLED ROWDIES.
Coach llaaclitnn and Others Aerate
Itonuli Piny Asjalaat llarvar.
Boston, Nov 19. Before K00 Harvard
men at a. dinner given to-night by ths
Harvard Club of Boston to winning Orltn
.on crews Cnac.lt Percy I). Ilattghlon of
the football eleven keverely ciltlclsed the
Dartmouth players for their alleged rough
work In the game last Saturday.
lUughton said ;
"I object to the playing of the Wait
mouth team because It gives football a
black eye They gained absolutely noth
ing by their tough turtles, It led only to
their 'defeat, while not a llarvatd man
wa Injured Harvard men did not uie
their energy tesortlng to dirty taeltin.
The plajed a clean and scientific gains
of footlmll "
Peter HlEgltiMin, captain of the ctew of
H9S, loolt a hand In the lambasting of
Dartmouth In talking about rowing,
which b" culled th'c grandest and nolilt
of nil sporla, he said .
"There Is no place, in towing for such
dnt and contemptible behavior as we
saw last Snturdav In th Stadium Theie
Is no place In rowing evrit for Miorough
BARTLETT RETURNS TO HALF.
Melcalf nnd Tenner I'lay Other Half
In llronn Srrlinniage.
I'novtPKNCK. It. I., Nov 19. The Btown
football squad got Its first workout of the
week on Andrews Fieldv this afternoon,
the coaches sending the men through a
stiff signal drill. The work was light and
It Is said that nil nf the practice this
week will be of a light nature, as there
lias been a rumor that the team Is stale,
Special attention was given to trick plays.
The biekfleld was handled hy the coaches
tlrst. the men being sent through the plays
without the line
llartleii was back nt right half to-day
Mete.ilf mil Tennix were Used at the
other half Ctowther inn the team at
quarter, (lardlner nnd McLean, the sub
quarters, following the play
COACH PLAYS QUARTERBACK.
(Ilciilt (ilses N. V
lleiimiintriillnit of III Idea.
The New Yoik I'nlveisltv iMin was late
in getting at practice vesterdiiy, but then
went through ,i hard scrimmage with the
scrubs More stress was laid on forward
passes than for main a dav A (.nappy
! -hurt pai.s tn Mr.VallN over the Hue
I worked p.irtlculnrh wetl
I'or part nf the practice Coach Olcott
himself played quatter on the varsity nnd
showed that he had not forgotten any of
his Yale training The presence of the
roach In the play i iud a little good
until red bantering, but It livened things
up In good shape The eleven Is In line
fettle fur the last game Saturday and Is
no-klng hml to make a good finish
LONDON POWER TRUCKS FEW.
That Is. nf Hie (Jnsolrnr Type, a
Compared With Thla City.
n American visiting Kurope notes the
lick of motor trucks in London and Paris,
avs William P Kcnnedv. chief of the .Mco
transportation 'o' bureau, who has jui
returned from h two months trip to Great
lliiliiin, Ireland urnl Prance Many of
J the t'lirks in and around London are
steame.-s nnd are almost always used In
conjunction with irallei The British
Government in the mail dellverv service
is more prngre-Mve Gasolene tlucks ate
The merchants in our Ksstern cities are
'ar pi '.dmiue nf the foreign merchants
in theapplnation of the commercial vehicle
Lie. iitive.s und me'chonts interested in
be development o' the motor truck shroud
ml in ir thai thev ale uiitrhtiig our progress
with ereat Interest, admitting that we are
world beaters in the application of the
motor truck. Just as we have proved to be
in ihe manufacture of motor cars in iiunn
tllv "Lurnpe leads in the use of the bus, with
London predominating Ther are also a
few large installations of motor trucks hav
ing a capacity of less than a ton. They
ire what we call package vehicles. The
lark nr motnr trucks in London Is believed
tn he ihe fault of the manulHctiirprs Ibetn
selves Ibey cater to the trade with the
nlopies, w here ihe demand is immediate,
and do not an to the expense of creating u
market m their own tountry "
TRUCK HAS MUCH CLIMBING.
Peerless in Pnrlo It lot Which Ills.
plnceil llnll Curl.
Thi horse team and the mule team are
forms of the hay motor that have so
fieiiuentlv l en replaced bv motor trucks
that tin exchange has ceased to call for
comment A Peerless truck winch lias
betn In usp In I'oito Itlco for ome tlm
"upersedetl a still inoie nntnUated mod"!
nf the hay iniipelletl vehicle, tn wit, the
bull t.irt This truck Is owned by a
company In Giiayama, n retail dealer In
inercbe ndi.se, rice, b-'ans, sugar, dry goods
and Iniuore. The flist month It was In
i i vice the truck saved J'.'ll for Its
There ate no lallrn.uls In the Interior
of this portion of Porto ltlcti and In some
of the Interior towns the company has
i'nii"lderabli business. This is particu
larly true of the town of Cavey, up n the
mountains. The truck makes ,i tt lp theie
every day nnd sometimes two trips a day
The illstame Is sixteen miles over a wind
ing mountain road, In which theie ate by
actual iiuiiit 47 sharp tiittis. This uad
ascends 2,tno feet In ten miles us it winds
up the mountains.
HO0SIERS' SPECIAL TRAIN.
liullniin utoniohllr Dcnlrra CtiralliK
In n Body to New Ynrk Short.
The Indiana Automobile Manufacturers
Association Is n very live body, accord
ng to Charles P. Henderson, who makes
he Henderson car, nnd to prove It he re
rites how the Indiana makets are com
ng to the show In New York next Jan
uary. "I'.irly In the fall this proposition wns
submitted to the I. A. M. A. at Us annual
neetlng and tho committee appointed to
nvestlcatc the feasibility of such an un
dertaking reported on November 1 that
they hnd more than 80 reservations made
for the train. Music will ho carried on
the trnln and' the entertainment com
mittee promises some big surprises," says
The train Is the Idea of Paul P, Willis
of the National company Indianapolis
Is always eniraged In n terrific effort tn
show Detroit that It Is not Ihe only city
In the automobile world.
HOOPER WON'T SERVE AGAIN.
Deellnra Reelection to A. A. A. Presi
dency Next Month.
The eleventh annual meeting of the
American Automobile Assnelntlnn in .
held In Chlcaun earlv npvi mnnih ,m k
Pieslded over for the hist time by Robert
P Hooper of Pennsylvania, who has de-
lued n second. reelection. Mr. Hooper has
served1 two terms nnd thinks It Is time
for some other motorist to take the place
ss president. Like his predecessor. Lewis
It Speam of Massachusetts, Mr, Hooper
will continue to bn president of a State
organization of the A. A, A,
The A A A. was organized In Chi
cago, March 4, 1902 and ninny of the
founder members will be present ot this
ear' decennial, Besides Mr. Hooper
and Mr. Speare, It Is hoped to have there
Dr. Julian A. ?hnse nf llhn.ln i.i.i .... i
dent In IflliJ, Klllnt C, Lee of Massachu
setts, piesldenl tn 1305 and William H
Hntchklss of New York, president In 1S07
IAFATKTrK vs. LEHIGH
I atten, H..Hat, November 3Sd,3;30 P II
Two hour trsUservlcu.
Expects to Whip the Hard Hit
tlnj McCarren In Quaker
ALSO SURE OF McGOOKTY
Ledoux, French Bantam, Heady
for His Debut at the
Looking the picture of health Mike
Gibbons, the sensational St. Paul middle
weight, si rived hein yesterday morning
and tecelved his friends at l.loyd & New
man's sportlnx loeort In llarlein, Olh
bons Indulged III light exercise at the
New Polo A. A. In the afternoon and said
he was In the pink of condition for the
six round bout with Jack McCarren In
Philadelphia this evening.
"1 weigh lfi4 pounds sttlppei'," said the
noted boxer to Tub Sun man, "and I do
not Intend to welch Iss when I meert
Kddlo McGoorty In the Garden on Decem
ber 3, I am not underrating McCarren,
for be Is a great puncher and hus stopped
many good men. Including Jack Denning.
But I will bo faster than usual this time
and expect'to have no serious trouble,
"t hear thut McGoorty will easily make
IDS pounds ringside In accordance with
the conditions governing our match. If
he does 1 will concede about four pounds,
which will not be a handicap by any
means. I picked McGoorty for an op
ponent as long ago as last winter, when 1
wos boxing as a welterweight, and I've
not changed my opinion that he will be
rather easy for me, McGoorty. It Is true,
stopped Dave Smith and Jack Harrison In
a few punches, but neither amounted to
much Ills ring record shows that he
couldn't stop such middleweight as Hugo
Kelly. Tony Ciponl and Jack Dillon, which
l the best line we have on him,
"If I whip McGoorty decisively I will be
ready to take on either Klaus m I'apkc In
order to decide the real ownership of the
world's middleweight championship. 1 In
jured my right aim In tho bout with
M.itnnev here in October and was foreerl
'to ask for a postponement of the Mc
Goorty affair, but a lone rest has put me
In tine shape and I am ready to meet all
comers In the middleweight class."
Krank Klaus has refused to go on with
his llcht with Bill Papke In Parts on
'December 4. Klaus's demands for money
Ih.ue shocked the French boxing promo
I Charles ledoux, the much talked of
l bantam champion of France, came down
r til ii ruduuiu. v.tuin.. jrsiriuay iramra
to the minute for the ten lound bout with
Buttling Btddy at the Fnlrmont A. C.
this evening. Ledoux Is meeting Iteddy
for the purpose of demonstrating his
right to battles with Johnny Coulon and
Kid Williams, The Frenchman comes
'heie with a big tepututlon, but the fight
'fans are ftnm Missouri Gunboat Smith's
bout with Harry Wuest the Cincinnati
FOR BUSINESS MEN
WHO VALUE COMFORT
for persons with many social interests
this car affords the privacy of a drawing
room in trips to the office, theater, opera
or on visits to the shopping districts.
Iln appearance it has simple dignity of
contour with body finish in dark blue or
Brewster green. The steady, deliberate
action of the springs is accentuated by
shock absorbers which give to one that
pleasurable sense of modulated motion
undisturbed by the slightest noise or jar.
lIThe artistic touch of the expert body
architect is evident in every line, but prac
tical experience is embodied in such de
tails as the tight fitting windows which do
not rattle. Felt pads subdue the least
Starting and lighting is electrical". Up
holstering in gray Bedford cord. Yale
handle locks on rear doors. Rain vision
shield and cab sides for driver's protec
tion. HGotham, $2750 combination price, in
cluding Cross Country touring body,
$3100. Call at the new Rambler sales
rooms and see the Gotham.
The Thomas B. Jeffery Company
of New York,
1 " I
THE SIX-CYLINDER "GRANT"
$2750 Motor SO H. P.
Dynamo Lighting System. Self-Cranking Motor.
Perfection of appointments and detail.
A component of parts proven by years of service and
acknowledged to be standard.
GRANT-SIX COMPANY, INC.
49 We.t 64th Street At Broadway
heavyweight, still remains scheduled, but
If Wueat Is unable to go on because of a
wrenched knee his plsce will be taken by
Soldier Kearns. who recently fought a
draw with Arthur Pelkey.
James Griffin has been agred upon as
referee of (he Wolgast-nitchle bout In
San Francisco on Thanksgiving Day. Jack
Welch refused to act and Griffin was ac
cepted by Wolgmt after the usual wran
fl. Wolgsst rules the favorite It 10 to I,
lh plenty of Ritchie money on tap,
"hen these lightweights boxed four
rounds In Frisco last spring" Ritchie cam
near putting the champion out In Ihe sec
ond tound, but subsequently was com
pelled to take n rnllnt nf nine himself.
Ritchie has been after a return match!
A cablegram was received hers yester
day to the effect that Bombardier Wells,
the British heavyweight champion, will
sail for this country In about two weeks
prepared to ftM Palier. McCarty or
Klynn either In the' Garden or In Cali
fornia. Wells insists upon a IB.000 guar
antee no matter who his opponent may be.
Joe Mandot's twenty-five round battle
with Joe p.ivers at Vernon, Cal.. on
Thankselvlnir iiiv ,iii h. r.r..-a t,..
Charles Kyeton. Mandofs recent show-
ins enninsi. wolgsst In New Orleans has
made him a strong choice at 2 to I
Mandot got n decision on points over Riv
ers on I.nbor Day, but the latter says
that he was not at his best
Jim Itarrv nt fM An vn nil aaan i,1a k.i
- . w . w v,. n acii ins urat
days In view of the fact that Sailor White
miutneu mm out at a Htaten island club
the other night. Barry's showing Indi
cate Wbv f.lllltMe Srnae!. Ul
frazsle In Pittsburg' last month. McCarty,
uj in- ssys no win tip tne beam at
193 Bounds whe. I, flm 1.1 . .
- ' ,,,! ml at
ernon on December 10. Flynn will not
tinij inure man iio
Jersey Pnaltrr Kb trie la.
The poultry fanciers me now busily
engaged in grooming the birds which
tney nave entered in the Quality fihow
of the tfouth Jersey Poultry nnd Pigeon
Association which opens In Compuny K's
armory at Rrldgeton on November 27 and
continues the balance of the week.
The entry list closed Monday night and
Is the largest ever received by the asso
ciation In the nine years of exhibiting.
Many entries were received on the last
day, as Is generally the case, coming not
only from near points but from out of
the State, One entty, In fact the first
entry to he received by Secretary Chailes
II Maler, came fiom the Stats of Ala
ham, while other States will be repre
sented when the doors are thrown open
to the public after the awards have been
made by the Judges in the various (.lasses.
ValUnaraj Track (a Ha Sold.
NKWAF.K, N. J.. Nov. li). The stadium
motordrome at Valliburc, where eight
persons were killed and a number Injured
during a race meet, will be told at
Sheriff's sale next Monday to satisfy a
claim of 110.61.1.. 20 held by Zacher A Cur
rle, carpenters who butlt the stadium for
the Eastern Motor Racing Association.
Owing to the accident which put a stop
to racing at the place the plant has been
a financial failure. In addition there ace
a number of civil suits pending against
the association as n result of the acci
dent. The stadium was built last spring
nt a tolal cost of $30,000,
TU XaaUler If II 0tUm.
I.auterhark Plays Well.
The excellent safety play of Davs-Lati-terback,
representing Brooklyn, In the
three cushion National Billiard League
match at the Knickerbocker Academy last
nlltht won him a victory over Dr. A. .1.
Hrrrls of Chicago by 60 to 42. Both men
had high tuns of 3, and the game latter
RryaJit 9rlm Tram Disbanded.
The newly formed swimming team at
Bryant has been disbanded because Into-.
est Tn the sport Ins not come up to the
standard demanded by Coach Becker
This Is the second attempt to form .1
swimming team In the Long Island school
snd both have proved dismal failures.
OWlfBR.1 AND mtXCM Of Atl
TOMOMUM. OOMMBnCIAL VKIU
CLM. OAIUCTM. TIP. Ml. EQUIP
MBjrni, AI.SO ItftVAIR COU
PAN IBB. WILL AI.WATS FIND
BOIOTHIria OT INTf.KBST IN
This Berliet landau
let is an excellent car
for private use or (or
renting service. It is
painted a dark ma- .
roon, develops 40
H. P., and is good for
years more of service.
The Berliet is gener
ally known as a lead
ing car. We are offer
ing it at I900, an
unusually low figure.
.See it today. Ask for
car No. 193.
Usoi Car Daaattaiaal
1UI IrvaaSrar Naw Yark
Telapaaas. Cahuaaas ON
Jandarf Jaadorf Jaadorf Jaadsrl
At-TOsl AT XW "FOOI.ISH TOICES" AT
New York's Automobile Bartsln r.ttabllihment
toi'R cnoit'K-:asm on "n. timf."
The Unusual Values Tnttlfy the word "Foollshl
Packard!. CM to 13. an: Peerlesses. I1M-U.MO
I'ierce-Artovss (Umouslncs, Landaulettrsi.
Urrcedrs. lion. 1750. USn-tl. Mils SttO
llrnsult Tovn Cars tl.3SO-tt.80o; Holts tl.Vfl
I Ian iCIeard Cars) . 1 9O0 to II sort
Hudsona. MSO-tMO: Hulalers (Tlflv"i ,t4M-MVi
Coles HOI! and 19131 Hon to Jl.2in
C'sdllltra .. .S50. t7tn. tssn to J l.3tf
I-oiiers . tS0. tMO. .0 to tl.:.'n
Denies .two to tl.ano; DelauniyRelleville ttoo
Mevea..t3M to tt.onn; lTanklln fSH"i S1
Ford Slst3i Deliver' ft aeons each st si.'l
Tails (we hsve ten) .MM to tsnn
Town Cars (have twenty! tino to K.ono
Ten Chaises imsUe A I speedsters or delivery.
Besides too other cars st attractive prices'
Demonstrations (liven: Kxanilnatlons Invited:
Kverythlnr s Heprrsented.
Iftgtieles. Jainp, Bodies. iindtilelds. Tops.
' Hock Bottom.
"JAMDOBP" At'TOMOIIII.n CO..
rive Story 43 A 44 W.9d St- Near
GREATEST TITtr. SALF. F.VT.R HELD.
A chance for the public to secure
The BFMT OI.'AI.ITT Far li VALUE.
Consisting of Balance of "Stock on Hand" st
one or ine Desi lire manurariurers
DONT DKI.AV Hill' PURCHASE "NOWr
Also balance of all makes, t-olled and soms
used on hsmple cars only, at
ft. 7. SR. M. IO. sin earh.
to.ooo iiiciinsT (jiiadi: tubus ' on.
AImo Ijtmti!,. Ilornk. rtr.. ete.. Is Value.
Tale advantare of lids sale to lay In your ytaf
neeos now uion i oeiavn
"JANDOKF" AUTOMOBILE CO.,
1 Ire Department New nulkl'nr.
1SI4 llroadnsr. near Olsl Ml.
Al'TO BOD I tl"t ri-"LA8T CALL""W
l ew left and they won't lait Innci
Landauiettrs. Limousines, tnsttte thlvri. Tails
at 2B, S40, (, aJS, 100 each.
too TOUH1NC, Bodies 30, t33. t tacs
"JAMIORF" AUTOMOBILE CO.,
Dljplayrd In the treat -AltKNA" at
I3S to I30 W. SOib St., Between th
and 7th Avs.
The BliEeat. Oldest, Cheapest and llnst "Up-t.
dste ' Kstabllshment of Its kind anywhere.
Aulo llulldlnc iFlve Stories).. . 43 West ;d
Body Repository 13 to 130 West Mm
Tire Department. HMD Broadway inrar stst st.i
Tire Department. . ... .238 Weal S7th St.
factory and Shops ltth Av. corner Mill Su
Jaadorf .laadorf .laaderf Jaadorf
Guaranteed Rebuilt Cars
4 pais. 'Icrpt.'do. ttis, s-cyl., li h. p.
i pan. Torpedo, 1612. e-cjl., 4S h. p.
7 pass. Tourtnr, 1913. 6-cyl., is h. p.
a pats. Tourlnr, 1IIJ, 4-cyl., so b, p.
4 pass. Torpedo, 1(11, S-cyl., 4 h. p.
3 past, 'routine, toil, e-cyl., 48 h. p.
s past. Tnurlnr. Kit, 4-cyl as h. p.
i pats. Tourlnr. isto. 4-cyl., to b. p.
The Locomobile Company of America
Broadway U 76th St., New York.
Telephone, "S0O Schuyler,
ItellablHty and Service have made these auto
mobiles famous. The same qualities are found
In our rebuilt cars, which are fully tuarantcrl
We take all makes In trade.
I'Sl'.D CA It DEIT., 4 WEST VST) ST.
SKLDKN LIUOUSINn, 1013. equipped with cl
windows, electrlo llcht system, apeedometer U
necessary extras; car hsa had most Inielllcfni
rare: will sell at aubauntlat reduction. STSS'KN'3
3lt Broadway; telephone TstC-Schuyler
PIF.HCE Artnow, t cylinder modl, In pertrrt
condition: fully equlpprd; owner will Mcrlnrc is
quirk buyer: this and to other barcslns on n
hlbltlon at the TIMES SQUARE AUTOUODII.S
CO., 1710 Broadway,
ALCO 40 h. p, equipped with UmouduJ
body and extra tourlns body, recently over
hauled: exceptional condition: will sell for oas
third of oiltlnal pYlce. LOCKHART, 31M Broad
way; telephone 7B0I--Schuj ler.
BK.NZ, ls-37 h. p. landsulei; molt excellent tt
for town service. STP.VENS. 3IU Broad:
telephone 7t03 Schuyler.
ALIOMUHILES 'MM MlaU.
PACKARD LIMOLSINE3. nrw cut for
tnembly aervlce; special to theatre or opera, wits
trtvlleco of stopping one hour for supper, 113.
arieat renten of Packard cars In New YorX.
rLAKA .. . . aio
PACKAROS. U hour: theatrai. 1.'.- huslnen anJ
return, It pauengsr: tl00-400 monthly: aak eu
plan; cars, aervlec excellent. 4M3-CoTumbui.
J'ALkAltLi lilventde Uarace, Mi Vvmi Hi.
fall rtduoilon of prloet: tourtss and Umoudsss,
N kenr; tXK per oaatb up. jto Sehuylif.
AUTOMOB1LB AND MOTOR TRUCK IN
TRUCTION. WEST SIDIS Individual road work. Small Hm
T. M. ). A. rlaases. Truck positions waltinr
Send for Booklet, tit W, S7in S:
I'hon 7K0 Columbui.
SB! IIAIf Unlnr Cn . '. batwses MIS a
I MOTOR CAR
" talk ata. Paaaa aMO Cslumbut,