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THE .SUN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1912.'
FOGEL TO STOP LEAGUE
Mnpnnfps fomintr Hero to Hoar
President Lyncli's Clinrypa
HOW DOES M.'KPHY STANM)?
Snip of Vliiliulciphin Club the
Pivot on Which Pro.spnt
Notional T.i.iitiii Vini'b ill mm will ar
rive hem t -iui for the, tmich talktd of
Fogel lnvcs' ,it -m ordered by Fiesldent
Thorna .1 L ) at the Waldorf-Astoria,
to-morrow Mtuist 1 ).ti inn iiii of 1 he I "ln-
ntmtl club bp in town rtirly this
"online Ho ha openly cvptcsscd him
self In try-or of Ltncll's policy iititl U
m.nly to itc fur lu;el s witlnli .iwnl
from tho rn in is uf thr league. The same
tatty bo s.nd f .lame 1. Gaffney of t lie
Boston dub .Hid Harney Dretfuss of the
Pittsburg rtiiti, who believe that If tin
Fusel charges are nllotved to drop the
league will bo rounJly censured liy,lho
baseball public. John T. ltrush of the
New York cittb'is too 111 to attend the
rotating, hut ho will send Secretary-Treasurer
McCtitrhenn to the session to-morrow
with Instructions to support Lynch to
A finish President Jones of the Si. Ionls
club not lirro last night and while tin
willing to speak for publication, he lrtt
Dated that hi- would line up with the.
intl-rogellto C II. nh bet k of Urnok
lyn for some reason has chnnved front
recently nnd Is openly sldlne with Fonel
at the enm time exploiting the cnndldaey
of II, W Hrotvn of Ijulstille for Lynch'
berth. Kbbets Mated In October that he
vns rendy to into for Fosel's removal
from organized baseball on the ground
lost his alleged utterances had greatly
Injured the same
Th" nttltudn of Charles W Mniphv of
the Cubs Is creating imieh spuculat.on.
Murphy, hooked dp with Chuiles 1' Taft.
Will hold a lone canfnli with Kegel In
Philadelphia till morning Fogel has
Wen quoted an niylns tnat it was nt tho
dictation of another magnate that he al
lowed hi signature to 1- attached to thu
n'tlele In u Chicago newspaper charging
'hat Lynch anil th umpire. had favored
th G'ants In the pennant race this year
and that the game, thu manipulated,
were not on the miu.iio. Murphy in Chi
cago on Saturday declared that the leauii"
i mlrtn't expel the Philadelphia ilub or in
nrphldetit. Foil, 'I, Without soten totes a'ld
'hat Chicago's ote noun not he rant in
favor of null a mute
I was reported hero last ti'irht that uiun
'he leasiiM club I'ttnct. lumen, to-morrow
l.ymh tt II u se' ed with a lestraln
.ng order n-ci'-fil b. Fot:ol . attorney in
'he Federal eouit' Foirer friend rind
'ecal advises, it was .i.d were renson
! sure tint he ouiJ opta.n such an
order and that no onirt wuuld protiounru
the lejRu. s dtoiifil jdan of action
lSal li.'n has been ndvis.-d to attend
the meetlni.' with rouiirel, but whether he
how un or n it remalnn to be seen
! is of vital Impurtanre to tie up thu
'arn- f poiblo until December 11. n
I hit a i fiitlon on the stock, fi.in
. e and '-.aers of the rhlladelphla club.
' 'i he te ently purchased from the T.ift
-est? On that date iiEel expect" to
fi position to nnnnunee that lie has
se, net eoouah money to relieve Mr. Taft
f ' Hold nk.-"
I '"Bel. it mil be retnembered, declared
ai that Mr. Taft had no tlnnncUl
t teiet dlreetlv or indirectly. In th
I'l K.'id. ,' a . !ub Perhaps l'ocel will
-' v i "-.ii the elub's" stock, notes nnd
,. obiii;nlon are looked up In th
o"- M Tuffs hanker In Philadelphia?
" ' is- can imliire the. leacue rneti to
jn i.w o ion to-ninrtow he will sur-
... .. . ,,,s ttho ,ue in close-touch with
i ' various flub owners Hut
- p.. i-ir i.i - p."-. uasdon before he
im i. J..il tuetliod.
'e i' Atnirii' in I.r1! In de
hold the aniiunl tneetinc next
I'hiei.i ivS'i. s :o koep as far
no..iiie ftcoii the National
.'Cm i d the washing of its diity Upon
nn .lohnson i '''-ui i" :in well ori;ar--ei
th'i there , h trnirint amoriK th
h owtn ! Ta had sutllelt nt eonfl
'"'. e 1n .TohnHon soeral winters aRO to
" ' h'm for tttentv.fl ynrr That
v. in- .luhrson rules with an Iron hand.
'.iK'tie the quarreNoipe National I.eapue
-icnates eieetlnc Lynch or anybody eli
'o iv eiit -five vears !
'' ilocr Itrcsnahnn is anxious to carry
y s S' t.eu'H eoniracts Into court sev-
il enunen' n'torneys here nre rendy
o take t'n- ease. It Is asserted by them
-t' HriKn.tl'.an ha received n roiiKh
d and is earned to hh; danianes. The
ni'.oe of ball 'lub owners in breaking
l '"nelad contraris with iilayers and man
i.ro)'s is be. '0011111? so common that soon
be court" tt .11 pass on Mime case that
w I involve the very foundations of the
mm" In 'he event of an adverse rul
Sc from the bench thete would be no
ml of tiouble, perhaps a dissolution of
he so-called national nirreement, which
would mean a baseball war und a scram
ble for the star players reKardless of th
Hnsehnll men nl! oter the enut't.' will
pjiet to learn that the veteran writer
of the Hoston llUihr. T. 11. Murnane. has
h'en dani?eroiiRt III at hlr hum" in Brook-
i, Mass, ever since the end of the
world's series Murnane has been Iden-
' fli (1 with hasehall as plater, malinger
and wr'ter for nemlv forty years rie has
been a blir help to the organizers of the
Knme and ever his 'hnmploned clean,
honest sport jfr. s president of the New
Ktisland Leasue, but could not attend
the recent meetinc of that circuit In lies-
ton Murnane Is said to have succumbed
to overwork after the lonjr baseball cam
paiBn, liut phtsiciaim sa be will recover.
DEAD HEAT FOR SECOND.
Peniinnl .IndKea Cnahle (u Separate '
Cannana anil Prick,
The feature of the Pennant A C run
jeatcrday was tne race for sei ond place.
JIu?h llonahan, the former Irish Amer
ican athlete rutiriliifr as unattached, fln
lahed first far In front of the rest of the
field Hehlnd hltn were H Cannarsa and
II Krlck, both of the Hmnx Church House
Th s pair had a rare race throuKhout and
crossed the line hO close toRetlier that the
1 idires were unable to place one In front
of the other The first ten finished aa
pijs Name and club. M, R
11! Ilonah.in, unattarhrd 30 Ml
t If. Cannarn. Mront Church Ilouae 1 SO
J H. Frlek. Itronx (!hurch House.. . 31 so
J II. Bkellftt, Pennant A " SS 00
4 w Gross, unattach'd S3 SO
6 T. rtellly, Otanam Ann ...... 52 40
n Klnmton Pennant AC.,.. 33 .10
'r. Kearns, Pennant AC .... 11 .IS
c Orlavalri, Pennant A C 3.1 3S
H. Nagle, Ie. AC S3 41
public triaiTfo"r SEHRING.
Marathon nuiiiicr I'lnlihea First
.Moll llnven K. C. Ctelil.
Only 'i small field tut lied out for the
''on Haven A 1" rim of four and a rpiar-
limes jesi.-iniiy, inn I lie r.ill I ill -
- fhcd Hob Kehrlrig with an opportunity
?. a-hmr In whK-h,'e,en;M'h! 'la ' ""'"'' '" 'r
rA,ur,:ia, V&l (he vJX$ 5:'.t ,h:,n!:,.!:a"i 2-
mart and won as he tTleased by thirty
irA.. ii.. 'Pi, ,f
ji.il.; 1 ...... 1 in ..in. -1 ...
" sn .
01 Nim and 1" 111
nob ."ehrins Mini linen A C
H'nrj' Pum. Men lfHn A c
1. Kcluuld Mm 1 iiv,n a
n r Orvlln Slot' llateii A C .
-f Colllm, I'nlnn .sitlem-nt A. c
t' Krank. Molt Haven A C
-w I'ryxrll, West Side V M C A.
J. Antalon, Oltncot A. C
2 1 1
Jf 3d I
27 21 I
..IS 30 j
YEARLINGS FOR PIPING ROOK.
I'lftr of Them PnrchMsed for .xt
Vrnr' "prlnit nml lull MeetliiK..
I-'lfl.v thoroiiKhbied yeatlmcs to be
.raced at I'lpltiK Itoek, , , ,,.xt tear,
! "em dtawn for at the Tuif and Vleld
llub at lleltnutit P.uk j esterda.t . Thev
ere purchasfd by Thomas lllti hcock, as
sisled by V, li AlldKloy, aot'.nK for the
lumniltlce, con-l.tltiK of Mr Hitchcock,
llatrv Pa.tne Whitney, .hm-ph V I)al
and Paul U. 'tnvatli. The miiiIIiiks cot
tl.'0.000 and wete paid for out uf IfiO.OnO
In $1,000 subscriptions recelted fiom ftftv
gentlemen Interested In wclne who tteto
approved by the committee. The remain
IliK j:)0,000 will be divided Into purses to
lo be tacoil for at the sprlnic nnd fall
meelltiflp of the Piping Hook Assoclntloti.
The yenilltiKS wete distributed by lot
nt llelnuint Park yeslerd'iy and Mr,
Hitchcoc k was compliment! d for the
Judgment eiierclsed In makltiR his selto
tlon, The young tneehorses me sired
by Husoel. lloanerges, lCtilnht of the Thl.
tie, Onnlcaut. Sclntlllant II, clrlffoti,
'uiitestur. Murla Sstita, Klectloueer Stal
wdtt, McOce. (loldlltich. fhllton. Hum
burg. Huiiroinastor, tltoonistlck, ttunllng
Hnook. Armeath II. I.ocohatchoe st
l.eonaid II Aerunaui, Klllsdule and .Mon
sieur 00 1. urine
Thn prize of the lot wsi a beautiful
chtalnui (illy by Itocksand out of Octa
rooti Kver.tone was anxious to draw this
number, but It did not corno out until
nearly laat and fell to the ownership of
Clifford .. Cochran. The colt was a well
set up youngster, closely coupled and cv.
dently well able to carry welKht a dls
tnnce, will be sent to ths Plplnr
Hoclc Club nnd on ths farm of II, M.
Pratt adjoining, where n three-quarter
mile track Is to he built, will he got
It nnpn for racing next sptlng by W
Mldgley. who will nUo train for all the
other tubscrlberi who have no ttalner of
The purchas of these ynrng hss
been source of encouragement to breed
ers and tlm breeding Industry not nnh
for the reason that n substantial sum has
beep distributed but also because the 1
tetest lii thoroughbred r.u-horsos has
taen revlted Half of the yearlings wlii
remain at Ilelnont I'atk to be trained by
1'urchai.es were made from the lead
ing bleeders. Including Major T. J Car
sun. Hdtvatd Krazcr. Charles Moore, T
S Llulln. C W JlcCllntock, It. V. Wat
den. II. P. Whitney, W. I,. Powers, Will
lam Lakeland, O. II Chcvault. Thomas P
Hfan und Or U. W. Cuter The sub
kcrtbors are js follows:
.1 K Aldted, Charles L. Appleton. Au
gust Helniont. C. K. !. Hillings, H. C
Plum. Jay K Carlisle. F. Atnbtoe Clark.
(llfTord A Cochian, V. 11. Coe. Paul D
Cravath. Mrs. .1. i:. liavls. John 1! Hon
tils. .Mrs A. K. Dleterlch, W I! rjraoe.
llan Plnkerton. John .1 Ci.ihiini. Oreeii
Tiee Stable. F It IfltclicmU. Thomas
Hitchcock. Anton O Hodenp.tl. Htoh.itd
F Howe, Fnderlck Johnson, II l ICnapp.
'hnrles Kohlor, Harvey S. I..idew Cl.11
I'lic" H Mackay. Tyler Mor.'o. Herbeit L.
l'ratt. John T. I'rutt. P. S P Hamlolph.
Waltor T. Hosen, Simon I Itoth.chlld.
Thomas F Hyan, Henry W Sage. Morti
mer L. Schlff, Kenneth H Schlev, Ormond
n. Smith. William P. Thompson. William
T. Thornton. Wcstbury Farms. C W. Wet
more, P.dwatd F Whitney, Honar.l F
Whitney, Harry Pajne Whltny and the
SEVENTH WIN FOR McCANN.
"print af Finish Ton Much for Morn
fnavalrie TraeU Captain.
Charles McCann of the Mornlngslds
A. C. scored his seventh victory of the
season In the weekly run of his club yes
terday. The wet weather had tho effect
of keeping the number of starters down to
fourteen and of these only fqur Were vial
McCann and Oscar Nelson, the Morn
Ingsido track captain, trailed tho field for
the first mile, when Nolson went to the
front, closely followed by McCann. For
ine msi three-quarters of a mile the
leaders had h great rare, but five) blocks
from homo McCann sprinted and drew
away to win bv ten yards The first tea
finished as follow.;
l'ns Value and ' luh "tl"1?
I Clin lies M.isiiii. Momti;ld A C. 19 1,7
).tr NeUon Morning-Sid A t1 10 01
2 II. l.ui-ss, MnmlliEKliI .... 2ft 10
I 3 Hnons, MornoitM.le A 1" 10 54
5 .1. Maler. ilornlnKuMe A i' 20 tS
t f .Mironei. II I:. II S SO St
' i:. I!ri-nnnsori Mornlnmlde A C..:i is
f o. Kn.,mi!"r. Mnrnlnirslde A " ..SI IT
S ! Hreiman. Mlllrose X A SI 13
10 -T ttlemle, Mornlngald A. C :i ;6
PIPE OPENER FOR PORES.
Winner of Y. M. C. I,. Itun rarer
( nurse n Second Time,
The three and a half mile run of the
College Point Y. M C I., was only a pipe
opener for G Tores of the Sheridan A. C,
who after flriihlriir HrHt bv 100 yards went
over the course acaiu in company with
Jimmy AVonfor, the V M c I,, track
captain. Hoth these men are entered In
the Vonkcrs marathon and tlw form
shown by the winner Indicates that he
will be .a formidable contestant on
ThsnkjKlvlns Day. .Urn Skelly made his
dret nppearance after r long larf and
showed speed enough to brine him up
from last place to third in the last mile.
Tho first ten finished as follows.
r. , ... Time
P'H. Nam nnd flub. i s
1 f l'nrfs. .Sheridan A r 11 II
S .1 Hnukup, Cullec P't T M I I. 1 r,
S dim Skntly. Coilrge r"t v. f r I, is u
4 l. I'lnn Colli.)!.. I"l Y M C t. . 19 s
f. I'. (illlde, Colleae ft Y M. C l ..11 ,1ft
.1 1nfor. Collfge P't Y. M. CI. 19 3.1
7 (5 Kim 111, KMnrrt A. f" . . Sft 14
.1. Holabiich, College l"t Y. M r 1, SI 00
1" Holabarh, College J't Y l. I. I,. SI 4r.
10J Slc(ilrne. Colleire I"t Y. M C I..S1 49
PROS RUN WITH ST. ANSELM'S.
nenl nml lloliuer In Friendly Head
llrat AVHh Hurry nillh.
Billy Queal and Hans Hnlmer, the well
knotm professionals. Joined In the nlna
mile run of the fit. Anselm'a A. C yes
terday and as Hurry Hmltli. the ten mile
champion, was arnonif the startera the pace
iwas nveiy riom start to nnisn. The mree
cracks made no effort to beat each other
and as soon ns they shook off the rest of
the field were content to
trot over the
The first ten
linn In a triple dead heat.
finished as follows .
Pei N'ame anil Club M S.
1 Harry Smith, Prima Church Home SI Hi
1 Hilly Qusal, unatlachad
1 Hans Holiner. unattarhed .. ..
4 W Oalvln. un.iittelied .
5 .1 Stark. Ilroni Church House .
a li. Ilrand. St. Anselm's A. c .,
7 A. (I'brlK. at. Anolm's A. r
I It. Nawnort, ft Anaelm'a A. C .
9 V. Hannon, Hi Anselm'a A c .
10J. McKlener, St Anaflm'a A. C.
HELLER WINS FOR HOME CLUB.
Finishes First In
Knlvlila of 51.
Field of n In
4. lit hour Itun,
Kied M Hellur upheld the prestige of
the home club In the weekly run of the
Knights of fit. Anthony jesterduy There
tverii many tlsltors for the fotn tulle rum
through the streets of llronklyn, but Hel
ler tool, the lead soon after tho start and
nevtif allotted the otheis to get near
enough to be dangerous. At the Mulsh
. ,.,..., u... - . .,ft . ,, . ... . f ..,, .,. ...
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Name and Cluh.
-Fred .t Hflbi. Knights of Bt
3 - tt liiiaiii Murray, unattached
3 - A Wlthlnalnn. Klnira Co A A
4-i. rreilerlrks. Klntrs Co. A A.
ft H ,lnrnlinii Irluli A A c
-Michael Ili ln, Klilallls or SI A
7 .11 II llelrh. Klnra Co. A A.
Pair Irk Murphy. Knlghta nl St, A. ! 17
H K. Harford. Knla-hts of St. A 23 19
10 O. Hallock, Klnaa Co. A. A. II II
GIANTS CLOUT HARDEST
llfino ZimnHM'tnnn of tlir fulx
l!cst of Tiulivii1u.il
,. , . , . . , , , , , .
lNll.OI.Nff: AISO 1, 0,1(1 111 Slolcil
Ra,.s-Ti,.S(.i,(.l. (o tho
-Tlcsclicr to tlio
Heine Zimmerman of Ths Jlronx and
Chlcrf&o used thn MiiPHtlc with most
duadly effect In the National League this
year and Is the chiunplon batter. Ills
averase was .372, and next to hlni conies
Chief Meyers of the Giants. There were
thirty-two batters who hit .300 or better,
according to Secretin v Iteydler's otilclal
averages, and besides Meyers other
Glnnts who nre In the select cirle nre
McCorrnick. Wlltae, Dot le ani Merkle.
The Giants lead In team battlnir. In total
number of runs. In home runs and in
stolen bases Thev emDloted the sacrldce
hit less than anv club
Amonir Indltlduals Ile-scher of tint Heds
made most runs. 1:0. and stole most
base", C7. Cariv of th I'iintes made
most sacrifice hits. 37 Zimmerman
whanged out tnoht home runs ar.d two
baggers, making fourteen circuit ulams
and forty-one good for the midway. Chief
Wilson of thn I'liates wa the three lue
king, with thirty-six. I'nder the head of
miBcellaneous is the Infoi m itlon that 233
players took part In the pennant race.
The at erases follow:
Meyers. X Y
llrrtnahau. St I.
Jvnlsf ly, fin
Wlltie. N Y
Klrkc. Mix Inn
Mararin. ( In
Klin a HoMnti
Knnetchy. St 1.
Crandall. .V Y
Titus, I'hlla, 4J;
V. Miller, ( hi
S SJasre. Plllla
Muiirlii'. SI U
J Wilson. Pitts
Campbell, Una ion
Ilohlltrr 11. li'i
Rurni., rw York
I ee Maiee, St. 1.
M Drown, Chi
A. t lldin, N Y
Shafer, N Y
J Smith. Ilkltn
Kvana, St Uiuls
Flrtrhrr. N. Y
Dakes, .St 1 mils
Downey til la . ,11:
(i Miller, llklyn
Murray. N Y
II Moran. Ilkljn
.1 Ulllrr, lilts
Deviirr N Y
Ilnfman, (Til . 35.
Donndlt , tlnston
Pale, St l.onl.
(iroh, New ork
Kills, St liuls
WIiiitii, St I. null
Meeker. . Y.
Mattiewsnn. V V
llirr.oir. M 1
llntuis, llkhii, .
Hmihrr, SI l.onl
I' Mclimi.ild ll"s
II. Miller, lies . .11
Phila Irlpiila, 67
1 j-aih. lilts..
( im a o, s;
C Smith. Chi..
W S111III1, SI I.
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DINING CAR SERVICE DE LUXE
AT DINING HOURS
IS YOUR TIME TABLE
A Fast Train Every Hour on the Hour- 7 A. M.
to 10 P. M., and at Midnight with Sleepers.
Sll I ,
Me' ean. tin
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Sllillli. I'llllt .
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hrnt. llronklyn ?l
t'liriiry, l'hlclT" .. 12
Adams. Pllt'burc J
tmr. New Ynrlt 3S
llsrtden. liosiim . .h
, i)- f,r, Pittsburg. .17
Almeida, Clii M
J'aniuard V Y i
1 "AI(in. I'hlli
Marantldr. Hoston Vi
fieter. S! Ixnils it
Cole. fli. Si Plf. IS SO
Tyler. Hci.ton . S
Ksmond, ('In US
Oirllf. I'hlla . 10,
llnioklyii, in SO
Klrl-pitrlrk. IlLljn .IS
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Aleundrr. Ptilla V.
Volt, rilttburs as
riallonav. .t l.mil Si
s'lrcle. st l.oult . 41
Needham ridrao, 3.1
llltry. PhllA ... 3
I 'lri.wm, lln.tnn 31
Allen Ilronkpn Ml
Keefr Clnelnnall 17
iiiivrj. Clnrlrri.Mi 4;
Willi., st .oiil. 31
I a ender. ('Id IS
1 esreau. N 1 .31
1 lined. Chimo
s,v,, vV 10.11.
Knrter. Mkltn 31
stai k. iinmhlt n si
HI. We. 1 lilraiii 3'i
O'll.mrkr. Pn.lnii (II
Lelneid, I Ittstxirc.
C linearn. 13. 13
I nodes, liill.i :ir)
Itei'thacli Chlrairn. .10
Moore liilla 31
rrninme. (in 43
Itac.'n. Prookltn .11
Womlliurn. St. I. 2d II 1 0 (I 0 i"M
Nine Mrtt riin. Hescher, 120. stolen bases, 1 ;
H... h.v A? k..p4H l.lla .r.' ST- hnM. Hln.
Innuerinin. It. three Imp lilts', tlillson. litis 1
burr. SA. two base lilts, yimmciman, 41.
en n n vrriMi.
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.11 1.1 A',1
s il s n rn
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112 Sill 2V.
Two hiindred and elphty three players par
tliipai'd In the pennant race Klerrn plated on
two clubs, four of this number belnsr pitchers,
four nuil't Idrrs, two InPelders and one catcher
The total number of platers, divided amon?
ilub and plalnt pnslilnn, was as fnllows'
Plihs Ctrhi. Inllld.Otflld.Tl
floston II .1 II 7 .17
Krooklin .... 12 4 i) .1 .in1
Ctdrasn la 0 7 411 '
( iniir.natl ... SI 4 7 A 41 I
New Ynrl. 13 3 7 A st I
Philadelphia . IA .'. 11 1 30 1
litistmrc .... 12 4 It II 31 '
St. Louis it A Hi l) 41 1
Totals i;.i 37 75 so I
WIND DOESN'T BOTHER SPOTTS.
linn, ns l annl, nl l.arrbmonl
1 itcht Club Shoot.
Despite a stroriR westerly wind that
ss ' Interfered rn.itetiHlly with the tnie fllBht
JJ of tho clay piscons the trnpshootera of
3si,thrt l.aichmont Yacht Club made aonie
excellent Kcnics yesterday.
Italph I., spotts cartled off the honors
of thn day. He won outrlsht the 15
bird scratch contest, lacking only one of
a full score, and the JSO Wrd icratch
match with a total of 139. 1. McMahon
was tho runner up with 132 to his credit,
fcipnttH broke STi strulKht In winning the
1(K for the accumulation cup. Aided by
a handicap of S, V Whltlni returned
a raid of 09 nut of tho possible 100 In
that handicap match, and he won a lee
on tho monthly cup with a full score
IV McXIahon ptoved the winner of the
special trophy for tisltota, with a full
score of 25, and hn also captured the
take home trophy with the top acorn.
CAPABLANCA IN FINE FORM.
Wins Ttsenly-one and I.oaea Bat
Olio nt Slmalloneoaa Cheaa.
.T. It. Capiiblanea, the Cuban champion,
R.tve nu exhibition of almultaneoui play
nt the chesH club of the Brooklyn InRtl
lute of Arts and Bclcnces In tho art room
of tho llronklyn Academy of Muslo on
jj, .Satuiday nlKht, when twenty-flv mem
beis aat down to plaj-. Capablanca fin-
Ihhid all tlm names In two hours nnd
llfti-eii iiilmitrM, winnlnar twenty-one
sallies, liislnu 0110 tu J, II Park and
ilrawliiK three with P. It. Kastman, J. T,
.lalisnn and A. V. I.lefeld,
Th" follnwIriK players took part In the
wiiiicoi Ilarrv Zlrn. It. QoMsmlth. W.
A. Coivan. II, Altstadt, J. H. Park, A. I..
J, lUrown, Dr. Henri Hurt, Frank I. Mel.
v.vtiitet. a. A Clrohs, II. N, llavlland, II. H.
Smith, Kdttnrd Rohr, C Chappel, C. I..
llii. Paris It, Kastman, J. T, .Innson,
.Miss V.. Monk. A. K. I.lefeld, J, A. MrOar
roll, Al. Abraham, R. Wechsler. C. I
Rand, W. V Ijow. Robert S. IL Cochran
and a M. Wernuv ,
One hour and fifty minute trains leave
Liberty St. every hour on the hour, 8 A. M.
to 6 P. M. Other fast trains 7 A. M., 7,
8, 9 and 10. P. M. and at midnight with
sleepers. 10 minutes of the hour from
West 23d St.
New Story By
The famous author of
the Sherlock Holmes
tales has written a
remarkable story of
"The Terror of the
Blue John Gap,"
which will be pub
lished complete in
the next issue of
The Sunday Sun
BUSY WEEK AHEAD FOR
Woljrnst-Httoliio nnd Mnndot
Rivcrs limits on tho Coast
NELSON I50XES CROSS UK UK
Visitors Inspect Gibbons mid
MeOoorty Working on tho
. Hanks of tho Hiirlein.
This will bo a busy week In the bojcinir
world and will practically open the loriK
winter campaign In leul earnest. Thanks
Riving Day afternoon will afford flsht
fans till kinds of action In many blfr cities.
The most Important clove contests will
occur In California on that day when
Lightweight Champion Ad Wolgast and
YVIIlle Ritchie clash In a twenty round
affair In Krlseo, while .loe Mnndot and
Mexican Joe Rivers hook up in a return
match uf twenty rounds at Vernon.
Tho Forty-fourth Street Sporting Club
will provide a ten round bout between
former Champion Battling Nelson and
Leach Cross on Thursday, the men hav
ing agreed to enter the ring at o'clock,
with tho first preliminary put on at 2:45
P. M. With Mike Gibbons and Eddie
McfJoorty In training for their battle In
the Oarden on Wednesday night of next
week and the promise of another battle
between Johnny Coulon and Kid Williams
later on Now York boxing fan have
plenty to occupy their attention.
The Wolgaat-nitchie affair Is of tin
usual Interest for the reason that Ritchie
Is a real fighter an expert at skilful
boxing, a straight, hard hitter and a bull
dog for courage. He Is rlrmly convinced
that hn can whip Wolgast decisively In
side of twenty rounda for he saw Ad'a
battle with RIverH on July 4 at Vernon
nnd drew several conclusions. Including
nn opinion that Wolgaat'n stamina Isn't
what It used to be, Wolgast, It will be
recalled, had u narrow escape from do.
feat nt tho hands of Rivers and recently
waa defeated In a ten round no decision
hout In New Orlenns by Mnndot. Wol
gast, however, lost no time In signing
articles for Ritchie when he learned that
Promoter James W. Coffroth was ready
to pay him a fat guarantee for his ser
vices. Wolgast Is a 10 to ft favorite In Frisco
and Tom Jones, his garrulous mannacr,
says that ho already hns wagered (2,000,
but Jones falls to say whether this Is
Ktage money or not, Jndglng from the
formidable ring achievements of Ritchie,
It Is hard to believe that Jones would bet
a sliver quarter on the world's champion
lightweight If Wolgast wins decisively,
however, he will be generally hailed once
tor aa world betur, although tba.Uau
lis rapidly npproachlnit when he must
I aain tlcht either Maudot or Kite in.
I In 1)3 Angeles Mnndot is recelvln:
heavy backing for; tho Hlvers mill, but
tho Mexican's friends aro bettlne confi
dently too, Kit ers. said to have been over
confident when he was outpointed by
Mnndot at Yenion on Labor Da, has
worked like a Trojan for this mill nnd
thinks ho fcurely will turn tlm tables.
-M.mdot, a crafty, coolheaded boxer, Is
the personification of confidence, though,
and says that he will whip Hlvers even
moie Impressively this time. Mandot, In
fact, has planned to use Rivers as a soit
of stepping stone to a championship bat
tle with Wolgaat on the coast 011 Nov
Year's Day If things break In tho French
man's favor and WolKast bents Ritchie on
Unttllng Nelson worked morning and
afternoon yesterday In preparation for
thescrop with Cross, The Durable Dane
seemed ns strong and vigorous us In the
days when he held the world's lightweight
title, and laughed at the stories reflecting
upon his nge and condition. Simply be
cause Cross has beaten sue!, inferior
pugilists ns One Round llogan, Willie
Heechcr, K. O. Rrown and others la no
reason why he should win hands down.
I Nelson sas. In fact the Dane says that
Jrosa never has shown anything when up
against sucn boxers as McFajiand, Matt
Wells, Freddie Welsh and Jack Ilrltton,
Nelson's long ring experience will help
him, he believes, and he Is going to test
Cross's gameness tho moment the first
gong sounds by rushing In for a slugging
bee. The Battler declares that when It
comes down to hard hitting, he will out
punch the Bowery dentist
William Gibson will put on a good card
next Wednesday night at the Fairmont
A. C. Three ten rounds bouts have been
arranged. In the first Jack Dorman will
cross arms with Young Frank. The prin
cipals In the second are Frankle Burns,
the Jersey City bantam, and Young
O'Leary. The star bout will Introduce
Young Brown, the clever East Bldcr, and
Frankln Madden, who Is anxious to re
cover laurels lost when he retired a year
The rainy weather did not keep either
Gibbons or McGoorty Indoors all day
yesterday. They were out for a Jog
though In different directions, lit the af
trtnioon. Gibbons boxed at the Now Tolo
A. A. In the morning and a big crowd
of sporting men looked on. The HI. Paul
Wizard moved about tho ring In the gym
nasium as If he possessed winged feet
nnd never stopped smiling. Mike la good
liattlro Itself when preparing for a battle.
Across the Harlem River irss than a mile
away, McGoorty entertained at the Mott
Haven A. C. If appearanco means any
thing, McGoorty Is in tiptop fighting con
dition right now. He doesn't show a bit
of overweight and he Is boxing with much
speed. Ho privately Imparts the tip that
If he ran land nnn good wallop on thn
chin, Mr. Gibbons will never learn what
actually happened after he has been
dragged to his corner. Hut can Mr. Mc
Somebody has kept a record of foot
ball accidents this fall and" shows that
la addition to. Ui players killed, mor
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l'laiiie 70S0 Columbus.
than 176 hnvo been seriously Injured. Yet
reformers, who never attack tlm gtldlron
game, still cry out ngalust boxing bouts
nnd want to drive tho Fraternity of the
Padded Mitt clear off thu earth.
Charles Ledoux, tho French bantam,
received less than 250 for his bout with
Battling Rcddy last week. This didn't
begin to cover tho amount wagered by his
managers that Rcddy wouldn't stay ten
rounds. Ledouv. unusually strong, Is a
third rate slugger who would bo nn easy
murk for Johnny Coulon when tho lat
ter decided to show his real form.
FOREIGN CYCLISTS SAIL,
Itntt, Egg, Hrocco, llcrlliet nnd the
Hntor Brothers Coming; Hero for Mix
A party of foreign bloycle riders who
will compete in the Mx day grind in Madison
Square Garden beginning December fl
palled for this country on saturnoy Among
them were tlscnr Kgg. the long distance
champion of l'.urope; Walter liutt of Ger
many, tlio Suter brothers of Switzerland,
Maurice llroccn of Italy and .Marcel lleithet
or France, 1 nnv aro expected to urrivn
on Saturday and nrrnngomontH hnvo keen
made to allow them to train ut tho Nawark
Hutt. who wilt be Joe I'orjler's pnrtner
this year. Is the best known of tho Kuropeati
r uors, 111 iikm nun iinii .incxin Liarke.
tlio Australian, won tint big race. In thn
Garden after lielmr two lain behind Ihn
leaders forty-eight hours lielnro the linlsli,
llioy wore triumphant ngiiln In toin.
Kgg peter Ins riildon In 11 six day race
hut lie has a lino record nt long distances,
Ha Is said to have covered 42 kilometers
122 motors, or a t rifle) mom than twentv.alT
miles, 111 one hour without pace. This record
excels tho host American performance lv
morn man a imie. r.gg b warn mate win
be Arldro l'ertchioot, tho champion aptltiter
of France, who has been in this country
ilnou last stimmor.
Berthet trill be paired with Hrocco, while
tlm Hutora will bo another team. Thev an
well known road riders, 1'nul Mutor having
won ipo i-ana-ofinieaiia iinu vne rariH
Rmaaels aranls. which ura uvclinir
oa Ui other tid.