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BIG AVERAGES THE RULE
prmiuTsf Needs Only 21 In
nin mill Viiuuiila 20 to
Heidi (he 300 Mark.
M.n.ssoN 0T1IKR WINNER
lloppe (ids Title if lie Rents
Moi'iiinsstar in Final
i.ost, uest Avr rs tt. nun
Hie .iveniKis were made by two of the
winners esterdny In the 1S:2 balkltne
billiard tournament nt the Hotel Aator.
"'jlvln Pcmaret nnd Knjl Yamada made
'hem. The former vanquished Cieorge Sut
ton easily In the afternoon, requiring only
tnty-one InnliiRS. In the evening Ya
ttnda disposed of Al Taylor In a onesided
fame. R00 to 27S. tho Japanese expert
aver-iplnc J5 mid playing a very pleasing
same. In the oilier vanlne pame Oeorge
.siossnn finished with tiptop billiards and
cent ll.irry Cllne. 600 to 306. .Morning
Mar and lloppe will meet In the dual
tame to-nlKht. If Mornlnirstar wins there
sill he u triple lie for first place among
hl-n, Hoppe and Slosson. If Uoppe wins
the championship Is his.
Much open cushion play featured ths
early InnliiRN of the Nloason-Cllne con
troversy, r-iosson's second Inning; was no
Ubli for ten multi-cushion shots of dif
ferent designs, and every one hard. He
srd nine hoth thumped the Ivory vlcor
oinlv without subduing It for position.
Cllno railed h foul on Hlossun In the
N'o foul." ald the referee.
1 -aw the tall move," said Cllne.
You sa the bull settle," answered
the teferec. "The cue didn't touch It.'
Thu was correct.
You Imvo no rlnht to rail foul ntiy
Slosoon declartd, "The rules of
tb tournament wuih that eicrythlni; was
to ho left to the referee"
W hen pc.u-o had been restored they
onHnueit the st.tmoloi.-y until In the bIx
ternth Innlnr Cllne collected the globes
-rd plned bill to ball billiards for a
banco, making 34. The (list hundred
we o tedious billiards, with Cllne hist to
E"i ihorr. SIosMin, however, turned on
the soft pedal Hnd soon passed Cllne. He
ind it with medleys of J7 and 56, nursing
a koo1 deal in the latter contribution.
Cline was rhIhr nicely In the eighteenth
tinlns. but the balls froze on the forty
riBhlh shot. Ho hpotted them, the cue
ImII wan kissed to h fcratcii count, then
I'trfbutlve. Justice he mlscued.
The first pronounced advantage for
ether player developed wh.-n Sloston
lulled the balls Into ;i responsive mood In
the twetity-thlrrt Inning, and with much
I Ehf careening and gentle persuasion en
ticed lit points therefrom. He missed a
I I of masse on thu rail with the balls
bunched. He was In tho lead, 304 to 21.
.slnssoti's playing Improved Immensely In
the latter half of the game. His Stroke was
much freer and though billiards had corns
hard they now cams fluently. The Htudent
i-cnt out with u. muster of 7S. making M4.
nts for him In his last two Innings.
1 t nan a strong finish.
rhe scote : '
s-toMftii 0. 10 10. . t;. 0, 1 1 it, 1 4,
IT I. 4. 37 i ii. I, 0, ... , 111 1 2. 0,
3 .'3 :i. :3 Total .100 AvtrrJKi-. Ik 1.11
lhrh runs. Ill, It. :i.
Ctlno :i, 5. 10. 11. . I, 0. 0. 4, 6, 1 1J,
o. o. at. . is. 4. i. is. 4. 14. :. o. :i, ;.
'1 S3. 3, 13 Totm. 308 Avtraltf 9 17-31
11. ch runs. 4), 34, .;.
Iti fcreu X. O. Cutler.
vi the other table Yamada opened with
minimising xero, but cut loose with
a fai . Hp on his next' appearance, and
ilium nod three Innings In mice salon with
pretn ii. d pioiltable billiards. He con
wind Hie balls fieely over the green
.p,n i til a scarcity of short carroms,
but on e.uroms of from medium to long
'ante whs pretty reliable in his execu
tion Then he eased up for half a dozen
mniiic.''. only to breeie through another
nourishing diet of carroms. Huns of !2,
42 and 33 trickled off his cue and he had
iints when Taylor's string showed
When the Jap ran S3 In his fifteenth In
nln: bis total reached 374 and he had
made 24 5 of these from the eleventh to
ih fifteenth Inning Inclusive. The last
ti ri of the lot was onu of splendid execu
t on vhnt to shot and of little continuous
balkllne lieeauHo of tho Jap's constant
and often unnecoisary long table driving.
I (oh ever, he was reaping a rich crop of
points and the totala were Yamada, 374 ;
A slncle count In the sixteenth Inning
s-rved merely as nn Interregnum In
Vjni. id.i's steady rush and In the ensuing
Inn nc he ran 72, dnlncA lot of clever see
(hu'iik of the two object balls on the
f nl i all with the cue ball an Intermediary
whlrh the other two ahuttled back and
' mi on the rail. Yamada had 447 points
' nenteen Innings, which wub healthy
i M .I'd Two of Yamada's big runs
v terminated by missed bank ahots.
In h.s twentieth Inning Yamada made two
P'jprh draw shots. The cue ball took a
1' ur font trip to the first object bait
In at'compllshlng the first of the difficult
(l'iin it was one point of a run which
sent amada out.
virnn la -o. :;, S3, 4. t, . . II. . I. 3.
4: 38 31. 3. 1, 71. 30, t, II. Tstal. !0I.
A race :s. Hllh runs. 13. 72. 4.
at ur. 7 4. 0. 0, 0. 0, 4, . 14, 10, 0, 31,
S . U :t, 43, XI. Total, 171. Average,
Iliifi runs. r,4. 43. 13.
f J Clttllillier,
ilvln Demarest played bis best game
f iniiniament yesterday afternoon.
Ii- n.id the table pretty much to himself
i u ! dated (SeorBe Sutton. 800 to 160.
I' i . iage. 23 17-21, was the third best
i ' "lie tournament. -
lit ill uie of even, consistent counting
Iemar nt soon drew away from Sutton, tho
la'i.T oiajlni! like a man who was tired
" "I bad little Interest in his work.
I" maiost, cettlng out In front, swung his
with ennlldeneo and compiled frequent
n . nnure runs of goodly proportions.
M ilaMiiR whs wide for the most part,
fast and Generally well out from the,
N Huns all the way from 20 to to
j'lie thnidy and because ot his oppo-
ni s short stays at the table he had
"it opportunity to keep tuned up.
I" Hie jnunKlT was galloping up to
4 no mark Button had only two thrlv
lr'B innliiKs. ono of 49 and tho other of 47
1'" nts. ih rest of the time Just knocking
tii bais about at random.
showing Demarett's steadiness he
sj-l the following senuence Of runs: it,
l 2. and 45, His twentieth and
ien. jlrst Innings also fattened his re
r. ..is They weie runs of 40 and 120 re
' i el and he went out with the last
'I'nfd rollnsal cluster. It was a beajitl
I ii hhiviiIh of apeedy billiards of all sorts.
'' was nothing to worry Demarest and
ioiImI up the points at railroad speed.
1 " the eightieth to the 115th point was
'"nt of nursing In the centre panel, a
'nmle stretch, consisting of a glide
oil the faro of the balls', another
'i.ht carrom to get the cue ball In be
' en sn(j then a short drive to the side
nil This process was repeated over and
'"rr.iti-M -7, t. 9. , 42, 41. 2. . 41. 1, 34, 20.
I'.i. n. Si i, i, a, 40, llo. Toul, too. Average,
3 high runs-uo, II, H.
. 'uttnn. I, j, i, jo, i, 8. 0, s, S, 0. 7, 47, II. II, 0.
I 19, 2. Total. 140. Average, I. H gk
. U. tl.
Mtitz-j, i. 0iliber.
COKNEFPB BODY ARRIVES,
Itrraalna of llrvnrtl Manner to Re
Barlrd In Massachusetts.
SA' PsiMriuim f-j! V,. 1ft
... . v,...., i , ur
bndV of Heri-I Tl,n,i r inn..rrr
, , ' - " . v,.,ii,it i, nnfl
shlpiied to-rlnv iii lil t-l.itltu i
ter, Mass. The remains arrived from Ma-
una on tne I'nited Ktalrs tiansport
Conneff died mysteriously In the I'nslg
Itlver, wheie his body was found floating
by some members of his company, Troop
iv in toe neveimi iavmry, stationed at
l'lirl M, i;i,.lr. Th.rn
..... .i, luiuurn oi
murder In army circles, but these cannot
Conneff was a famous middle distance
rilfilmr. wlin IiiaIim llm tulln iH tmn
" -"- iri.uiii hi io;i,i
at Ilostnn. running under the New York
Athletic Club colors. He held tho ama-
ieur recorn or i minutcK 15 3-5 seconds
for sixteen years, when It was lowered by
J. I', Jones til Cambridge, Mass., In 1010
by one-fifth of a second.
CnnnpfT nl.i hr.1,4 Ihi, mlln ana
record made nt Itergen I'olnt, N. J., Sep-
ipinorr i, itva, ana me muo and n half
nt the same place and date In 6 minutes
4 2-B seconds. These two records still
FOR A TRIPLE ROUND ROBIN
Only Four Clubs Represented on
Ice Season to Open on
At a meeting of the schedule committee
of the Amateur Hockey League at the St.
Nicholas Skating ltlnk last night playing
dates were drawn up for the winter sa
son. As only four clubs will compete fur
the championship the committee decided
to play a triple Instead of a double round
tobln. The first game will bring tnneth-r
the Hockey Club of New York and the
St. Nicholas Hockey Club. It will be
played at tho Bt, Nicholas ltlnk on Tins
da evening, January 7. The tlual game
Is scheduled to be played on March 7 be
tween the Crescent Athletic Club and the
Hockey Club of New York.
The schedule committee consisted of It.
vim ilermnth, St. Nicholas Hockev Club,
Stirling .Martin, Crescent Athletic Club,
James O'Hrlen, Irish American Athletic
Club, and I.ouls de Casanova, Hockey
Club of New York. AHhouah In the Icactie
neither the New York Athletic liub nor
the Wanderers Hockey Club was repre
sented. These clubs will not h.ue team
on the Ice this winter.
1'rloj to tho meeting of the si-hedutn
committee the executle committee of the
league had a meeetlns and elected a cov
ernlng committee cnnsSttug of William
Itusaell, president, Stirling Martin, vice
president, and M. W. Houck The com
mittee again took up the question of the
reinstatement of the Wanderers playeis
who were disqualified last eai, but took
no definite action In the matter.
To-night the Intercollegiate Association
will meet at tho Princeton Club Thero is
a rumor In the air that Yale will with
draw .from the league this year and only
play exhibition games In New York. As
Harvard already is out of the otganiia
tlon, the withdrawal of the Ulue be a
serious blow to the Intercollegiate sport.
The schedule announced by the Ama
teur League Is as follows.
Klrst Hound January 7. Horkey liub v Nt.
Nicholas: Jtnmry 10. Crescent A C vs Irish
Amtrlran A. C; January 13. Hockey Club vs
Irish American A. r . January 13. M. XlrhoUt
vs Crescent A. C.l January St. ML Klcholxs vs
Irish American A. C; January 21. Crescent A. C.
vs Hockey (iub.
Seeond Hound January 3H. Ifnelwv rinh va
Hi. Mctiolu; January 31. Crescent A. C. vs Irish
American A. C : February 3. Horsey Chib vs
IrlsksAmerlran A. C : February , (Iraicfnt A. C.
St. Nicholas: February 11, St. Mibolas s
intn American a. u., reDruar it, trcsceni a
s Hockey Club,
third Huunrl Februarv II. Horkev flub vs
St. Nicholas; Kehpiar' 31. Cresrrnl A. C n Irish
American , i; , icnruary 3. iiCH key utnli vs
Irish American A Fetiniary 31. St. Nicholas
Crescent A. V . March 4, SI. Nicholas vs lrih
American A C March 7, Crescent A C s Hockey
MAKE NEW TRIPPLE ALLIANCE.
Ilarvardi Princeton and I'enn ta
Itnvsr Arrorillnsi to I'lan.
Pltll-APELrillA. Nov 19. There will be
a three cornered eight oared varsity
race between Harvaid, Princeton and
Pennsylvania next summer unless present
plans miscarry. A tentative agreement
has been made by the representatives of
the three universities.
According to the proposed plans as now
adopted, the first race will be held In
Cambridge next May. After that tlur
race will be held In Philadelphia and
Princeton every third year. Crews of tho
three colleges have competed before at
the American Henley held In this city, but
there has never been a match race be
tween the varsity crews of these three
Announcement of the new agreement
was made here to-day by Thomas tteuth,
chairman of the rowing committee of the
University of Pennsylvania Athletic As
sociation. Mr. Heath said : "Our plans
have been approved tentatively by the
rowing authorities at Harvard and Prince
ton and I can say that the university
authorities here will only be too glad to
follow suit. Hefore the end of the year
all the details will have been arrunged.
Until the agreement Is signed by the thiee
schools there Is always the poslbillty of
something happening, but only minor de
tails remain to be arranged.'
Chairman Hobait W. Porter of the
football committee said to-lay that nego
tiations with some of the leading college),
for places on their football schedules are
pending and that he hoped ut the
close of the year to be abla to make soma
announcement officially for next year.
While the Pennsylvania authorities are
busily engaged In making overtures to
both Yale and Harvard, they will say
nothing as to tha success their proposl
tlon has received.
MANY FALL BT THE WAYSIDE,
Chill Wind Bothers CnUmhla flan
nrra Dins Outlasts llawley.
The third run In ths series for the
Vun Amrlnge cross-country trophy over
the ItlverBlde Drive couiso at Columbia
yeatcrday was won by V. n. Dunn, a
sophomore, after a close race with n. C.
Hawley, the speedy runner who won the
first two runs for the cup. Dunn was the
limit handicap man, having 5 minutes 15
seconds over Hawloy, scratch, and covered
the course, which Is approximately four
and a quarter miles long. In 31 :0B .1-5
Coming onto Bouth Field, where the last
mile was run, Dunn was far ahead of
Hawley, but the, faat scratch man hit up
a swift pace for the final mile and was
within a few yards df the leader when he
broke tho tape. M. M, Durkee, who ran
with a 3 minute handicap, made a won-
derful splint at the finish and Just mlsitcd
lout for second place by Inches. Tho nold
wind on jtiversioe urive proveu too mucn
for some of tho entries and tonly four
Fin. Ilsndl Corrected
,1th. Contestant. cap. -Time,
' i V, 15. Iiunn, 'J5 5 A fli on ,vt
2 . ,1.. I., nawiry, i.i ocraicn i-
J ,M. M. Durkee, is 3 i ,X! .10
4..0. liuchitnklreu, is. .
Tlirc Foreliin Itlilrra Mn la
Maurice Brncro, the Italian bicycle
rider. Is coming back to try his fortune
in this year's six day bicycle race In
Madison Bquare Garden. France will
contribute Oscar Kgg and Marcel Berthet,
according to a cable from Victor Hreyer,
who repreeents the Clarden A, C. abroad.
In addition to thesn foielgnem A,ndre, Per
chlcot, the French sprinting champion
who came here to try conclusions with
Frank Kramer, has agreed to remain for
the long race. Perehlrot also will tide In
the sprint races preceding ths distance
vent, , . - ,
AUTOMOBILISTS oppose 1 ,1
BRIDGE ELEVATOR PLAN! i
Hoinlwny l.oft on Queensboro
Structure Will He Too Nar
row. Tliey Say.
HHA(i(J SKKS A 1I0PK NOW
Kvpects to (5et His Money From
Milwmikee Without. Fur
Automobile people have ery decided
objections to the plan of the Department
of ltrldges to put In elevators connecting
the Qiieenshoio Hrldge with HUrkwell's
f hIii ml In such a manner that the roadiwiy
villi be cut Into, leaving not more than
fen feet runway on either side. If this Is
done the congestion In traffic will be great
and It will be Inconvenient and even un
safe to travel ncioss the bildge, the auto
mobile, men urge. The statement baa been
niailp by the Commissioner of llrldgcs
that this will be as much roadway as
there Is on Brooklyn Hrldge, but no one
nhn has had to do much driving across
that structure considers that It represents
an Ideal condition.
There Is more traffic across Queensboro
llrldgo than across the llrool:ln Hrldge,
that Is of automobiles, trucks and
funerals, particularly the latter. One
man who haa observed suys that at cer
tain hours morning and, afternoon there
will lie as many as three runernls cross
ing the hrldge to Ixmar Island City. Fur
thermore, there Is n very great traffic out
on Long Island In which motor trucks are
used, much more so than there Is toward
llrooklyn over the bridge further down
ton ti. All such I raffle will be hampered
by n narrower way The automobile peo
ple do not consider it at all advisable to
cut off part of the roadway out oer
Hlnckwcll's Island and reduce the value
of tho bridge to them without giving
tliem a compensation of any suit In re
turn, There will be a hearing to-morrow he
fore a committee of the Hoard of Alder
livn and representatives of several motor
ing organizations n 111 appear to make
their objections, linnilncnl among these
Is thn Motor Truck Club, which Is becom
ing a most Important organization In the
tiiitomoblle trade. The Automobile Heal
ers Association, the Automobile Club of
America and the American Automobile
Association bIso, are expected to have rep
Caleb S. Ilragg, the automobile rare
driver, got back eterd.iy from Cincin
nati, where he has bcn at his home He
ent some time ago to Milwaukee, where
ho has been having n lot of trouble to get
the prize money that Is due him us winner
of the Crand Prize rare. The Milwaukee
Automobile Dealers Association started
suit against him for J1.000 due, as the
dealers alleged, for his entry fee. in the
meantime the 15.000 prize money waa at
tached. Mr Ilragg ia.s they ngrefd to
waive the fee.
It looks now, Mr Ilragg sild yesterday,
as If he would get his money all right.
He kays that Hart J Huddle, the race
manager nssured him that he would show
to the next meeting of tha dealers, which
Is scheduled for to-day in Milwaukee, a
letter from Fred .1. Wagner, the A. A. A.
starter, advising the dealers that Mr.
Ilragg's entry fee should be waived. The
dealers, according to Itudjte, will ratify
thlp and then the full 15.000 will be paid
over.- In the meantime Mr. Bragg has a
lawysr In Milwaukee looking out for his
Service In the suit the dealers brought
against him was b publication, Mr
BragK suys, and he was much Interested
to learn from the Sheriff's leturti that lie
was unable to find In Milwaukee uny one
who knew Brngg or where he lived Mr.
Ilragg says that Huddle. Jonas and others
of the dealers eertalnlv knew and that the
hotel he stopped at also was In possession
of that Information, so he guescs the
Sheriff didn't try very hard to reach him.
JohnICntie Mills, known far and wide In
the automobile business In this country In
connection with Dragon cars und Wall
Street specials, if for no other things, Is
back In America again, having been for
onio montbs In France and Italy. He ex
perts to stay here through the winter,
piobahly at Lawrence. 1,. I.
A Jerseyman was the victim of a very
heavy tine In a court In Eastnn, Pa., the
other day He was running his car while
Intoxicated and struck down a workman.
He paid 1223 compensation to the man
and Immediately sold his car and took a
pledge never to drink ngnln.
When the case cimc up In court these
facts were recited, but the Judge decided
that the case was one that should be dealt
with severely. So h' fined the man $275.
What with the $500 actual disbursements
and the probable loss from the hurried
sale of the car It was an exceedingly
Out In the neighborhood of "levelunJ
the other day an automobile ran Into a
wagon containing 200 pound), of dyna
mite, but there was no explosion. This,
however, Is no reason why any New Tork
motorists should try experiments with the
wagons bearing the sign "Djnamllc" that
run ai'ound the streets here
CHESS TILT FOR THE COEDS.
Women's Chess ib Offer Rooms
for latori'olleajlat Kveat.
Definite steps were taken yesterday
afternoon at the annual meeting of the
Woman's Chess Club of New York, held
In the parlors of the Hotel Martha Wash
ington, to Interest the students at the
leading woaien's colleges In an" Intercol
legiate tournament, for which the direc
tors of the club have authorized the use
of the clubrooms in the spring. Most llksly
thn congress will take place In the course
of thn Easter holidays. It Is hoped to
get Into line for this purpose such Insti
tutions as llaruurd, Bryn Mnwr, Vassar,
Smith. Wcllesley, Mount Hoi joke and the
Sage College at Cornell.
At the annual business meeting yester
day the following directors of the
Woman's Chess Club were elected : Miss
ICIIza Campbell Foot, Mrs, William Oor
oii Verplanck, Miss May E. Drake, Miss
Paulsenn, Mme, C. West van Helden, Mrs,
C E. Nlxdorff. Mrs. Oeorge P. Slade, Miss
Somers Haines nnd Miss Isabel II.
Hardy. The following officers were then
elected: MIsh Eliza Campbell Foot, presi
dent ; Mrs. (Jeorge Slade, vice-president ;
Miss K. Homers Haines, secretary; Mrs.
William Gordon Verplanck, treasureV. Tho
club now Is nineteen years old and has
upward of forty members.
PROPOSE EAST VERSUS WEST.
Trn Men Tram fiolf .Vntch for Pro
fessional Latest I'lan,
Mii.waukis, Nov, If. A great Inter
actional golf match between ten profes
sionals from the East and ten from the
West was proposed at a recent confer
ence of golfing enthusiasts at Chicago, ac
cording to Kobeit S. Simpson of Kenosha,
Wis., 1911 Weslern open champion. The
project la to change the dato of thn West
ern open championship and hold the tour
ney In thn South In November after the
Northern season ends and to follow thn
championship with tho team match with
the national and Western nnd open cham
pions as thn captains of thn two teams,
Tho play would be. inatoh play for a
pslrso of $500 for the winning team, ac
cording to the plan, The late fall cham
pionship tourney Is proponed because thn
Western professionals ate busy during tfia
summer at their home clubs and cannot
spam the time to get In training at a.
chanpkMhln courts, (or tMM.Utl conteat
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iWd Ml -..VI
SPRING DATES WITH REDS
PresitltMit Farrell Decides Early
Onmes in the West
FotiKi, May he ahsentkk
Hints Thut Attorney Mny At
tend Coining League Meet
The Ilithlanders will not iU exhibi
tion suims In Cincinnati ncitln next
sprlmt Presldenl IIrrmunn of the ltedsjamj asiin the fox scoied an ecai
whs notified tij fifsldent Farrell of the
New Ycnk Americans sesterday that Hie
option of .March If. 30 and 31 had liet-n
cancelled In maklnpr public the UeiK
sprint; schedule these dates were Included
by Herrmann, who was under the Impres
sion thm they would be filled by the Hill
top team. It appears that when the Hinh
landers were in Cincinnati last sprinc they
received nn option on thee dates. But
recently President Farrcll decided that a
Western trip In Alarch would not benefit
the team. Inasmuch as last jai ".tslt to
tlmt part of the country on the way home
from Atlanta was practically a llzile.
It has teen reported frequently that the
HlRhlanders would train In Hermuda next
spring, but final arrangements have not
been completed. It Is understood that the
selection of next yeat's training; camp will
not te made until a successor to former
Alanaeer Wolverton liaa been decided
upon. So far President Farrell has not
opened negotiations with any one for the
position, as he Is not In a hurry to make
llnr-iex f-Viael in ndmlitlnc tliMt he liai
Horace toge, n aOmlltinB that lie lias
asKeu ror a postponement or tne -auonai
i-caKue s special meeiinr scneuuieu inr
next Tuesday at the Waldorf-Astoria. In
tlmates that If his request Is denied he
will not be present In person. Foge! Is
quoted as saylnc that his attorney will
attend Hie meeting nnd formally announce
that the leactie as a body has no jurisdic
tion i that Fogel cannot leajully be expelled
for the remarks sttilbuted to him by
President Lynch and that If the leaa-ue
takes uctlon the Philadelphia niaKnate
will appeal to the courts,
At National League headquarters yes
terday no request from any club for a
postponement of the mcetlne had been re-.-elved.
President Lynch refused to dis
cuss the situation for publication. He was
closeted for more than an hour with Um
pire Wllllsm Klem.
C 1! Kbbets of the TlrooMyu club nr
tlved liouie from the West yesterday. He
would not deny that he opposed the re
election of President Lynch or that he
ras piomotltiR the candidacy of I!, W,
rtrown of Louisville, nut further thnn
Hint he refused to talk on the subject.
EbbeU admitted that he had discussed
mutters with Joseph J, O'Hrlen, foi titer
secretin y of the (Hants. O'Drlen, who Is
a candidate for l.ynch's position, Is ex
pected tu ask the llrooklyn maennte for
his vote at the comluc election.
Here Is the way they value .Toe Tlnliet's
services In Cincinnati :
"Tinker will add 30 per cent. of'strenKth
to the defence nf the Reds. He Is only 32
yenrs old and Is In ptlme physical condi
tion. There was no letup In his speed lust
season, llo played wondeiful ball for the
Cubs und tho only shortstop In the Na
tional I.encEuc who had anything on him
was Hans Warner of Pittsburg. It Is u
leadliifr question whether Waa-nrr can ex.
eel Tinker In lleldliiK next year, thnURh
the Dutchman may hit the ball u trifle
"Looking; at It from a pluiins; stand
point the acquisition of Tinker will he
worth whatever It may cost. If ho turns
out to be a competent leader, as he Is
likely to he, the Iteds will have made u
ten strike In securing him and the team,
nn doubt, will be a stronK factor In the
disposition of tha pennant."
Hevonil level headed scouts say that In
Khoilstop Iliubisou, who played with At
lanta Inst season, the Highlander: have
landed a naluiHl batsman and a most
i promising; Infl'idcr. Charley Hemphill,
I who mana.ed the Atlsnta team, dsclstes
that Harbison cannot fall In major league
Woodwork In Solid
All passengers face
Osuze Dust Screen
Trimmed In Richest
Dainty Toilet Cases
REYNARD KEEPS PACK BUSY.
llooaer Dora One On tn nroansi
Than Another Nlnrta Chair, j
WKSTmT.r, 1.. I.. Nov. 1. Members of
the Middlesex Hunt Club are Kiiests this
week of the Meadou flrook Club und to
da hunted their pack over Lons ljland
srouml with II. II. ,Hli:s,ln!-i)M, the M. V.
II., handlinv the hounds. The day was
too frosty to hold the scent well, but a
l.irKc followinc met at Treadwell's Cor
ner nt ! :30 o'clock this mornlne and
found the. llrst fox In Guinea Woods
Hcynuid crossed the ralliond truck of
the oster Iljy branch nnd headed for
.Mlnenla. then swune In a larpe clicle and
returned to the location where he was
flrM slslited nnd went to .-round.
Whether the same fox or another in tu
ber of his family derided to take con-
stitutloiiiil on a different ciicult the hunts-
men could not determine, but soon after
losing thetr flr-U prey a flash of brown
C'.?ie. n," vl'w,ana K' ded off at a lope
,n n- --iii-u i.i. nuiiiip, iiurr uiri
Robert Hacon'a estate To Treadwell's
Farm and Old
Wi'stburv the chase led
.went to ground
Allium; those who lode
Alt l.nilenhun:. Mrs. Jlurdrn. Al .-si
Ktlid I:.iom i Ii. Ill- Dint. AIli-s ll.ul
ilfn. Miss H.illln. Airs, 11 I, I 'rati. M,
Tunker, liurlinc Cocks, AIlss 1-Hdew. 11
I'dce, l Jay. .Mr and Airs. T. Hitchcock
and two daughter. Air and Alls. Nicholas
J Cooean. W. Haves. T. Wlllets tlie
ii " , V A ,m V. U i.
Allsi.es tlatifleld. O. Gilswold. H. Oodfrey.
C. Parks. J. Ii. Davis. D. Campbell and C.
TWO MODEST PLAYERS HOOKED
Hans Wanner and Chief
A lion t tu Marry.
PiTTurrro. Nov. 1? Hans Wnsner
to be r.iaitlid to .Miss Hesfle Smith of
West Pltlshur. Blushlntr Ml... Smith
tutM to-il.i tho ii'iiaitt-rs won Iii Invo to
ufP Mr. Ui!n..r nhftiit II. V:it?nr I
Imtfhinan's eMieme modehty tirolwbly ar-
ranued It that the news should be made
public while he was far away.
Airs. Smith, mother of Miss Bessie, said:
"They've been irolns tor-ether for four
.""'.; ,7 r : , ' ' , 'J J
1111rKc1110111-11ay1n.-111.n1e1 nson is to oe-i
niair.ed this winter.
' I'll liet If elthet the Wiener or Wilson
Ktmv is true their uiiln huil to pop the
question," rental ked an ulllclal uf the hall
flawsi-T for .MrUoaalal.
CmcAco, Nov. 19. Manager Bvers of
the Chicago Cub, to-day mails his first
trade In his new capacity. He secured
Kdward McDonald of the Sacramento,
Col., team In encTianite for Tom Downej
Hoth are utility lnfleldt-rs. The trade was
consummated Iefore Hvets hoard! d it
train for his home In Tioy, N. T wheie
ho will rist until . tho Nntlonal Iajjue
meeting Is held Ir. New York. AfcDomild
played with the ltostnn National League
team the grra-rr part of List season.
Alatberrson (.nest nf lloniir.
nniAnrur .Manor, N. Y Nov. in,
The nniinl banquet of the Westchester
County Athletic Association ami tlie
County Y M. C. A. was held at-tho Briar
cliff Indite to-nlKht. Three hundred mem
beis of these two organizations attended.
with Christy Afiithcwr un us thn guest of
Csnncki rnminic for Marathon,
I-ive Ctinadlana have sent In their
entry to the annual Yonkcrs .Marathon,
This rare will be held Thanksgiving Day,
finishing ns usual on the'Kinplio City i ace
track, Allllon I'Viin. Chailes Wilkinson.
Percy Wyer and Jim Illrks of Toronto
and Jumcs Di'llow- of Ht, Alary's, Out.,
arc tho men coming from ncross the bor
der. Home fifty of the best distance, men
In Amorlca will face the starter nt (Jetty
Sophomore Oris Win at l.nst.
For the Hist time since 100N. when Mrs.
K. L. Wlnthrop, Jr., presented a basket
ball trophy to the llllis Athletic .Associa
tion of Jamaica High Kchool, the prize
linn been won by members of the sopho
more elans, Thn senior class had been
In possession of the ttophy ever since Its
presentation. The Allsses Pleshet, Kiiffel,
Krem. Haynnr, Kchaefflcr and Haiieratelu
wcro tha members uf thn victorious team.
aya W hair n Asked for Itrllef,
It, H. AfcCutchcon, tho new treasurer
secretary of tlie (Hants, Issued a state
ment, yeaterday regarding John Whaleu
inditing olllclal connection with the club.
He said In effect that Mr. Whalrn relin
quished the office of tressurtr at his own
Initiative to attend to messing personal
forward, or vis-a-vis if
of non-corrodinr; nickel
in rare leathers.
Th I S. Hl'.MSON Hit;, CO.,
Iledford Avenue, rtronldyn, N, T.
Nor I her a .V .1. Dealers'
(iltlXNi: MOTOR CAIt CO..
Washington Street, Newark, N, 1,
AVIATOR PROVES A SLEEPER.
Held ( krailll by Books, He (inllnp
Oirr finod One.
.Vor.roi.a, Vh., Nov id,- Avlnlor's vie. I
lory in the sixth race at the .laiuestoun '
Jockey Club tn-iluy provided thn biccest'
klllins ot the ineelliiK. It wns n h1c furlonu
event and there were thirteen starters. 1
llerkeley was a 7 to fmorite. Aviator I
was a aleejier the MlUer brolheix kept
all to themselves, and It Is said the horse I
was well played out of town. The price'
n trains I Aviator was as (rood ns r,o to I 1
There was some play un him when he went
to the 1hm und 1 hi- bookie cut him down
to :o to I
Cauuh Mill won the free for all hnndienn.
ni.-ikiin: hi, second ronecutii lctory ot
the present meetiut:. (umcr llmtuee, w.s
Imiulte, v.ns thitd
Dr lleatd lirnu.-lit home the 1-iuon .11
tile hllldla With IiIHIKK tlOw1!ll: . to I
' aB,,ln',t '11',',e "''"' Un,r ,alN in
' r"'n,' minniarv
rlrM Kllrt. T0.rt.,rMjU. Sel,lr. me and ' I
a nau iui louir Aiicnn, 11. u.oiius, 7 In . nun.
VI1II, 11: ihklrvltn. 10 10 I. toi place second: 1
nll-. no inuiurlll. J in 1 in Mum . third rime
Mi. Pike's Peak r-i halln . 1 Salnrella, KaM-es,
'as (In. 1 1 II) .Mcln, I'niilncc. 1 airy l.'o.l-
iniut.er anu Arran nl.-o rim
.si'coa.l lute rhre-ycnr-oltls nnd 11
elllnr. two 11.II- on Hie :ras air Hcanl. 13a
ii'-iuer'. I.', in 1. wiiii, Atitr .M.d. 1,1 l oincn,
f. 10 1 tm pl.ue, scriuio. Nurtilll, U .x. tr.a, l.,,
inn in .limv, tn.iil Time, 112 r-. 4icllsi,
Hrliriy Val mid I II lucr aporau dnlli.n buci'ltin,
Uimplil.irk mm Hen I.Ua InM rlderf
Ihirtl It.ire I ree hamllran. fur an are. l
furlones Caueh tU It. IIS ilairiusi. 1.1 in 3, won;
1 lin. IHilc4l'l, : 10 I, wemj, i!ior
lluirlies. l-n itinnsi uui to how thirl -llrrn.
I fj J."' MariVirle A tlur I Isher Prlni'i' hrnert'
I Itiyal '
Kare Tlirre-vear-okl; srl! nr nn.
mile and a iuecnth Cllit llder. 101 (Dutwelli,
S to I. won: Uorklnir ld, Ml llluitoni, s tn 1 for
place, si-ven'!. Aliarnatia. 10.1 iMcCniien. .1 111 ..
I III Show. Ihll-d. l-inr. 1!T 2V IVslim. llprf
V". iiaKr.uiM, nuit wool ana jimkc Maac
I flisn 1 nt,.
i Hfltl Usee Ttree-l car-nlrt anil nn- .rlllnr
Ii fiirlcnr. illv k Hilef. 1112 flcli.iii.. r-e'
Is won. Tow un field, IU illulwclli. 8 lu S for plme.
! trC!.nl;,,'," Il".n.:n.:'V' iw. purreri. 1 tn: tohnw.
j. ,j3'M. Sl
MUi Han liTi'C-icii-oW. uid un; sclUi.tT.
1 fix furlonrf viAtrr. ItR (1'rrrtisur.t. ?(i tn
now, mini, nine. 1.11 uonirlalr. Herbert
'Hirncr, Mallllltir, llainuan, i:mperor Mllllatn,
Hinily. Lee, Unhlcon lit . Kniim-iBE lyivs, Man-
orimrr wij ll,e aioran.
Seventh lie. e Tlre.vmrld. nttil ,in -tl.
Inr: one title mil Vic-m .jards-ld,eiet''s. ttl
lU'ilton!. Ui 1. war., Supcrrlior. 101 (Anhrn-ei.
S to I fur nlare. .eionO: liore. tlf. (falrl.ruiheii.
'u' 'Oho. ihlr.1. Tine, ion 11. splidle. Mlcheel
Anreln, Unit nan,, Apkister. Ilainirrneld
Taboo, Hrl lecp ai,d My i:.l alu in.
llitnal Class tr. IS; riSM ID,
Sirau A. (!., l.i: Curura. n
Mocums, tl. Kemlnn, e.
FOR OFFICE FtJRNITLIRF
11 II R fllfl
K II II II Vk
D U If U J
3i-i:i n nt i Ni sritciM
Near Uroadwa) and Sabwaj.
i:i)(i,n Tn: & u.
5tJ llmadwav N Y
HrsiMcrrd Paleni .Mlnr-
SO rars' experience: i-onsiiliatlnn flee
Call or send fui hauibixik. w'c piociire and nil
ARCHITECTURAL TERRA GOTTA PLANT
2 kilns, larre brick mill, hldlnir
A. W'. IIUI'.SSKU. llurlliiKInn, N. J.
HAI.KM IIV AfCTION.
HY VIHTU1'. of chattel mnrtsntr, I llrrnsleln.
auctioneer, sells Nov 30. 1817. 10 30 A M at Pier
2. Crlfl llasln. Iloruuuli nf llroolclyn, I .Steamer
Otprry, ions, fly nrder of aiuirno for morl
IIKI.I HANTKH .MAI.K.
WATCH AND VUWK MAKI'.lt wanted; one
who knows his hUklnCKa; fierniau nr Hwlsa pre-
rerreu. aouiiss jr. i. r.i.r.ii, .iu nni 1111 si,,
W'llllamniorl. I'a. s ,
M lCT Unique
I BEl ""l KunnlrM l
of Winter llcsvu on
NICkTiBANCe! I Nltii. I-KAXCK. ,
mpilcrn hnirl ot brick and stnns
i nnsirnellnn.wllh e rry rnn enleane.
ilellenifiilli lOiu.iird nverlooklug ths
Ivike nml Like llrlve. ft
Niiictlnr iiilslne, while ervlci. "
Palm rooms, lea ninms and music.
i:cry fnrllltjl for itiilf, riding andr
Annual (It ioutnnmrnt Nov. M M SO.
llonUIrl ontrrpirst, I'UANK !' Htll'TI'., Manage
CCarHorougb - JBicnbcim
ATi.ANiic cur. N. ..
.Install White A, .tons lompanr.
THE ST. CHARLES
Moat select location on the ocean J ,snT
a water In all baths: orchestra: lllui-:itf
beoklet; open allyar. NBtVLW llAINf rK-Sv
TO I.KT rfltMxlir.lt KKMUA.
$800 Season of 7 Months
trharmlnsly located ".Sharon" l Pembroke, j
iiornimlji. i Itfiliiioiiis. niir.irv. dtnliiir roii'.i.
y tiNih. iiialiK' moms, lull eratidahs. hot
water, electric llitlils, tennis Uin. itant'ti. it
l ully furnlflied wlin r.irc olil rurntture. I iii
nll.er houses, nil sires nml lncnllons: Hio tn
t;.Hl M KM (limsVIINOIt TCCKIMt. Itnm
lllon, llcrinut.i I'ostnirc. .1 ccnl..
14th Street, near Fourth Avenut!
NKTrV VOKli New lerU City. 0
THE HUifN V0I0E !
Cultivation 'of Voice '
i' I el 4 i. js,
. .i , . . ,
TREATMENT OF VOCAL DEFECTS
I Hkuio.V Wenk lor", f-lioi Hreath..
H. nsliiiess r.ilseiio 1 njci, Inipuro CJunltty,
I. imllei Cni'ip.v.s, Chnnua In lloslstep."
f ipr ,.n s i-r-r Triros
prwrtAi nr impfvIhpnts n; srtrc.tti
. . i.linri.' mi, -i jiier.nn. I.Hi ini' rtpaU"
tuodlc llesiintlon. Indi'tincf Atliculailon?
lalron anil pupils rarefullv prepared!
for pnrlor. pLitform, pulpit, choir, concert,;.
I alaze mi 1 opma $
Oil. ft. E. CLARKE, Director ,
Foitneny i iieoi il i, . e. mw louilara
de linsiliui des l.antf-.ies lUranireres, nnd
l.vceuni Pramallo School, rue Tranahet,
i Paris. Kranc. Late of avtalusn UU. Hst
Clarke rracllcal Elocution.
'The Human Voice in bon.'
-The hpeaking Voice "
I "Tlie Cause and Ireatment of Vpoil
I Defects." ... - .
"Voice Mirlb'ites (Volume. CompMV,J
I (.nslilyl. How Attainable. " , '
oice iiiuiainv an i.xuri, rnoiTup, iiit
"llealinr; bv oli:s huildlni-anl I 1 -!
ms-lmhle I'es l s .t
LYCEUM VOCAL STUDIOS-
, IM' ..I, ill .s'l'Klr'.r.T.
'I hone 7310 Macnion S'ijjri
l.ansuace Itoth Sears..
locrn n tsj .-.TKit.N'3 scnb:)i. o?J
vil idadliion Av., nrar 7S1.1 it eV
:i West "Hi SI T
l.sniia-es isnirltt in c lif s-s or t-rlvstelr.j-f'
CDIUICU carefully tauclit hy quickest metlinli?
OrAltlOil Mtudlos. M all St., at.d 9)1 IV Willi C
Vcs-plionr Prut. I'rijnrra Mn irl 1, ft I0CU
f-utinetl Inttllulc.Brosdnsi i 72dS!.'r
S'tnsgriph). Dockkeeplno, SecrtUrtal
Course, CUIISrriice New cstalog r't&f1
i in-lu.opi.i oi'i Mi; ! vi rot xi.U oi,K!i
h tl.e c--iirc "f tin-' tier .ni! Intle erp-lcn e
en nm fl 'IWha.-l chrr rri irrr
Kaiherlna Witidcll. Jcli'i l nr.e Allien Krone.,
'iii:ilH'f us t ,.t" wi r..-rlnft n 1 .1 .11 (.j,.
tnc heirs .-nil i.r-.t nt H.i nf Jnh i Net.ei uie (If
No IIU1 lores! He., l'll and LouiiO u! rxj.v,
nr. Ueciasid. send rrcetliia-
Wlieirav Mane 1. 11 ener .11111 na'iiri ej.
mour. of the (lt of New 111U, hair Isleh tl
P -d to the smrrnsa'rs Court of our County .
Ne lolisiea rcrl.iln Inslrtsmenl InWrlliim.
rlnc dale the mti ua f Ap-i. lull, relatlnj;
to hoth real end nersonal nrrtneriv. dulv nroiex
as the las'. Will and irrfsnient of John Nehrj;,
laic of the Count "f New nrs. defeased, iTiere
iore. sou and enfh ot cm are il.eil to apnuf
.fnM ikn mirrrurni .if iiiif f an.nt. .if Val 1
,(. ai his ofliro In hf Cihi.im ni v n nn lui
K 'rl 1I11 nf Niti rtnlifr nt hm n.'il rln hiinrlro I
ami lucKc Mt lulf pit en n' lr ttic fort
noon n( ibnt (tn, then m ihr' . i rtn, tho pro
I'sVi if thr viM Ir.-' Wtil a (I r. h.iH'I'
Ami .i(li nl ntt ok art l-ncn i lh J r an
x nler ihr nee nf ,Afn1 mi sur., nte rrntlrrii
in irpwi by onr runiniari, i( ou nv one, m
If tit ttr nn:jr to n ;i y t h r a 11 t,jpl ior aua tiv
be siiinil-iieil. ii,' in the event nt mm nelect or
fiiibirc in do mi. a cuardlati will he .ippolnleil bn
Uie t.urro'rale lo represent ami act ou in tUa.
in tenlnie-ni whrreof, we haie raided the .Seat'
nf il.e .Siirrofpte's Court ot the raid County
N'ew Vork In be hereunto nthied
Witness, Hon. Itnhcrl builliiw low ler. Surrn
rate o! our said Comity nt New Vorli. at said
( onnlv. the ? i.ti ilaj nf ,-srpicniiirr 1" llieearxiC
uir ir.l one llm .u,il nine liuinlie.i ami nci.
, .iri. I ' Wll.M-Y.
I it . nf Die Surinitaie's Court
T. ts . I ; Mtll It, il
fniee. fii c.wttloi,
Well -iref X Y (itv
... . " 1 j . 1 s
Clt nl.l'S Itl'ftRY SHITHIIIIS. In inirsinnxsl
nf an nrder of Hun, Itnbvrl i.uillnw ruwlcr,.
Snrrmaie nf the County of New York, A'DTldi
Is hereby cben lo all persona tiavlns rtalniji
of New York, deceased, In present the sane Wit!
Vrw York, ilecenscii. In lirrscnl the san e Wlla
vouchers lliereof In Ihe subsi-rlber. at Its place nt
transaclliic liiiklitsy, n l.'i wall Mreet. Iiornuin
nt ll.inliiiii.ui. In The CUv nf New York, on of
heforc inn Uth day nf Vprll next. Haled. New
A 'irU. the Mil day nf Ociebrr. 1012. tlNITID
STVI TS TIU'ST iV.MI'VNY OP M'.V YOltKl
rweuior .SIIIW'AIIT A Mill HKIt. Attnrrievi
rnr r.tecaior. No, IS all hlrctt, Maaliatlaa,
Nrw Ynr i
I ill.SOV. .lllll.V 1 I-, pur slice of an or.ir
nl Hon lloberi l.uiMuw I'owler. a Surrogate of ttl
I'cuniy nt New t.rU nml e Is hereby given to All
persons havlnc claims r.vslni.1 John li rolsom.
In le ot Ihe County ol ,iw tori.. (leirol, It
present ihe lame with vmiehers thereof lo in.
uhscrltier, at bis place nl iiarMclliiR hnslnesI
Uie nfllrc ot Thomas M. Itnwlolle. No, Ji !Ss,i,U
Sin et. in the city of New inrk, on or before Hit
4lh day nf December next,
Dated, New Yuri., tin, r.d day of May. 1813.
CHAHI.K.N S FDI.SDM. AdlllluUtralBT. .
tmomas u. now i.kti'K. .
Attorney for AdnilnlJtiilor. "
Si i.iiii .Street. "
New YnrU lilr 4
, . '.U
IN Pl ltJil'ANCt: of mi nnler made by tbijl
SUmnM lirrpnliHlltll. .Ilislli e nf i lie Slim mic i u rt.
en tin first day nt Nmcmbi-r. 1913, tmilee Is liereliy
rlirn In ell creditors .'.iiii prismia IniMnir rlnliM
aialnsi Daild Midler, lalrn doliu lniilne. j al
Nn ill Itnlicrslll Plnre. In llin lininmh nf Men-
liallan, City and Ciinnl. nt New York, utiiler U'l
name ef Dai Id Mlrtlei. that they aie irqiilrvd
tin sent llielr claim, with the vniuher tluVf--t,
duly verlilcil. lo Hie mtisrilher. Ihe asklimy 'n(
mill llavlrt Ulcllor tor uie li'lieni ni ui" rrr.lirnrs,
al his nnice nl Nn. 5sH llroadway, ilniDudi mf
k'.uiliatinn. lily of .New Virk, on or ncioro t:.t
, lllli day of January, IBIJ , ....
1 Datc.l. New nrk. Nmrinhri (th. tot?
, lIKltS'AIID !( ;i-:iCN. .bnneer ;
, Msnliatlsii, N, . CUy
IIAllltA A. ''V1;'' ,1' ...
;,i,.,T u,i .nn v v riiv
I jno llroadwsy, unnlialtan, .v ill).
oirn In nil the Plrasant
Lard nf Trance The II .
Hie llluc Medlierrancan Opcrus, rneairej, irl'
CaMnos, Itarlnc, (loinnr. .Skatlntt, Tennis, Unaiint U'.tnini' '. v-wf;
select cluhs, Ilrilllant HorlM l ife. I'lisl Cl's t-ufc" ' "' l"" 'iilenrtVI
I'srls Sliopv. (Irand Uiilnrlnt Centra for MarlUn-e Mr, t'i-tnv.-U
Smient Vlllairsamld lijvely si-enerj' Kavnuilte plnce ni niimirtii I -Ji,a
v H tnrl f.sr nnnr wlnlerr. lor Vlcnt. llooHets. etc., sniy Tout
Cuunirj Travel Uutesu, JSJ tUth A.cnuo. New York. r