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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912. Copyright, IMC, hi the Fun Printing and PnbUshinf JttociatU.
HIGH SCHOOL HARRIERS LEAVING THE MARK IN CHAMPIONSHIP RUN
Wins Scholastic 1nni Title mid
Also Individual When
Kcoiifrh Is First.
Dusky Springfield Filer Equals
70 Yard DaHh Figures at
MKATS CLINTON 27 POINTS
NINETY-NINE IN ONE RACE
Ton Kycks Absent, and Touted
.iHinaiea Dots Last, With
Score of 220.
Morris High School swept the board
e.m In the annual hlirh school rrors
rointry championship at Van Cortlaticlt
Park yesterday afternoon. winning both
V' tam and Individual honors. It wan a
..-oi.l day for the Hronx school, hrciii-o
no! only did Joseph Keougli win a clean
y victory In the bis hill and dale chase
bji the team hid the rcinarkablj low
f -e of .HI, or 2. point better th.in Me
w tl Clinton, which was the sccoiid team
to qualify five runner.". Commercial,
.li hid been figured one of the strom
as.' of the squads and a possible winner,
was third The rreatet 'tiriirl!".- of all.
'-.i.ivever, ffis the loor show Ins of Jamaica.
i.use crosi-country men nave It-en made
iiiu'h of this fall and which nn more
'e.ired than any other. The team was last
w M .1 acote of 'Jl'S. This I expla ned
.inly by the fact that lKti tin- Tin
(".j'-tn. the best runners of the team, wire
iu. of the lace. Charlie Till llyc!;, who
" the ctoia-country championship last
e.v at Celtic Park. III an. I h'.n
i lner, A. Ten Kyck, has left school to
The conditions for the race weie peifict,
la better than would be expected so late
n the season. The- ground was Dim
jr.dr foot over the whole course and the
leannraturo w'aa so mild that the t mi
nd did not become chilled either at the
t irt or the finish of the race. A bis
lowd of boy and girls from the nine
schools entered In the run were Kuthrreil
hi the starting point and the school colors
inlch were dlsplased on every hand made
tne scene a ray one.
There wan a tendency on the part of
the members of the high schools frames
committee, who are In charge of the race,
to resent the action of Dr. C Ward
Oiampton. the director of physical train
ing who assigned the Inspectors that
regularly have had chaige of the race to
tr.i evening high school run at Celtic Park.
It nas the original plan to have the two
iaie combined and It was announced
thai the evening high sellout athletes
would In; started over the Van Cortlandt
1'arU course fifteen mlnuteh after the
regular teams had got under wa. This
irrariremeiit would have made It possible
ioi ono set of officials to manage both
tuns John Mcltugh. Howland Patter
son Hob Kennedy and the other A. A. I",
officials were to be In command. James
li .Sullivan had consented to act us ref
It was said ycsteiday that last Wednes
rlns. D. . Cranipton suddenly changed tho
I'lraiigements by seeming the Celtic Paik
iurte for the evening school run and
. sslgnlng his officials to that event. Kery
tlnng ran smoothly yesteiday, howe,r,
and theie wus no hitch during nny part
of the nice.
The new A A. V. course was used aa
the basis for mapping out the way yester
day, but It was cut short so that It mean
uicd between two and a half and two
und three-quarter miles. The starting
and finishing point was at the corner of
the polo Held near the old Van Cortlandt
mansion, and led from there to the rear
of the mansion. Here It took a sharp
wing to the right and wound over the
isllroad bridge. Thence the path led up
tho hill to Aqueduct road, over to Outi
IHII road and back to tho hill, about half
n mile to tho left. The flags led back to
the bridge from that spot and across the
park to the starting point. Small Ameri
can flags were planted ut Intervals along
the course and checkers were posted to
see that the runners stuck to tho path.
The teams were called from their dress
rig rooms In a pavilion across tho way
Ironi the park at 3 o'clock and lined up
ivlth Morris In the first lane, De Witt
t 'Union, second: Jamaica, third; Krasmus
Mall, fourth: Hoys High, fifth ; Commerce,
sixth . Manual, seventh, and Commercial,
I'aik Commissioner Thomas J. Hlgglns
of The Bronx was honorary referee and
William II. Andrews, of noys High School
lid charge of the run. The lads were
sjit from their marks soon after 3 o'clock,
fiosofaky of Commerce was the first to
Jump nway from the pack, and he was
followed closely by the whole Commerce
squad, who were schooled to make a
fast start. Two mounted iollcemen gal
loped ahead of the pack and swept back
'he crowd, which threatened to close
in the lane and block off the runners
it the beginning. The bluecouts pranced
si the head of tho column as far as
the bridge and then the boys were off In
The runners were hidden from tho
sight of those at the mark for a brief
time, and when they flashed Into view
esain It could bo seen that Keougli of
Mnrrls had beaten Ills way Into first placo
mid as followed closely by Weg of I)e
Mtt Clinton nnd Plebes of Commercial.
''He Cfimnierce runners still kept well
to'ssid the head, nnl their blue and yel
iii Jerejs stood out plainly. Tho pneo
'h hut and It was evident that the
l-adern Intended to Mil off their rivals
et tin srj start without relying on any
i ii In set the pare. Th" steep hill was
Hie first big obstacle which the lads en
lOwiitTHil and It proved a scor teat,
(me by one the runners dropod back as
tin)' Hcndeil the Incline, mid when
K'-ough arrived at the top. flvo surds
Mh'ad or Weg, the last man was Just
beginning the rllmb.
A rliinip of woods obscured the view
ai Hie summit and the runners passed
out nf view tQ wind around the clrrln
wild buck In the top iigatti. It wiih learned
thai Keougli held the lead through every
foot of this part of the course, although
eloe. pressed at times by Weg and
I'letien. pugiisf; of De Witt Clinton. i rany
of Commercial mid Morlarty of Hlchmond
Mill were next In order. Tho road was
.iiooth for the next three-quarters of u
mile and. the pace continued despernto
In spite of the gruelling rush up the hill.
Vhls vild on Weg and Plebes, but not
on Keougli. mid when the young harriers
swung Into sight again the Morris cham
pion had fifty yards lead on Weg, Ho
was running with n big, easy stride, ap
'"rtmtlv without embarrassment, while
"the Clinton man waa lumbering along
behind on his last legs.
As thy swept down the knoll to the
bridge Weg dropped furthor and further
back and at the nnjsh ho was In four
teenth place. Plebes went back to sev
enth. Dugllss of De Witt Clinton showed
his gameness and strength at this point
by forging ahead and cutting down thn
big lead with astonishing rapidity. He
had regained his wind and waa pressing
Keougli for all there waa In him. Tho
winner came across th flat In good rorm .
and finished In a hard sprint In lift,
fifteen yards ahead of Dugllss. Qraney
of Commercial beat out his teammate,
riebes, ar.3 r.'an third I alio fourth, 100 1
yards behind the leader, ramo Morlarty
t( Rtrhmonrt Hill. lie was the only rep-1
MftUUve of Uu school aol be gqt
Mttl- Itosofsk.v of OimnieriT, Mriirlng number 42 on his lirraM, is sevn
sprliiKlnc away In Hie li'nil.
. a ...I h tw ...,l.... Tlu &t - n". o h I
lui.nwiK im-Piiii. t loinilirft ,,.- ....
neM to score fur Morrl" und H pace be
hind him came Pavlron of the same
The boys neir all III excellent condition
nt the end of the race. None seemed to
suffer from the grind. They walked to
the diesslnu room tmasslstnl and there!
was no evidence that the nm had done'
tl.em the Ireist harm. Attention was at- I
tracted to a lad scarcely four feet tail. 1
who looked to tu not mole than 12 years)
old. He got away with the runners un
observed, stuck with them throirah th
whole course and finished In fiftieth place.
He lefujed lo tell his name, but ho bore ,
no number nnd was not a nu mber of any '
of the teams. Of th" sixty-four boys who !
started, sixty-one finished.
It was lecalled after the rtin that
KeouKh who Is finishing Wis last ear lit I
Morris, has been beaten this season by j
Wee; and Tin Uyck. Keounh was fourth I
In the Princeton run, where Wen was .
second, aril fourth In the Columbia mil, I
when- he was beaten by Ten Kyck. He
Is slight In Uilld. but Is wiry and well
The sunimar ,
I'oh Name and , lioo!
1 Kii'i(h. MnrlU..
.'Dunlin. t- Will I'lliituii
Z ilrunri-. i.mitieri I il
MnrUrlv. III. lunnml 11111
o I'Ntrutii'U. MiirrN
i'. 11 1 i.lson. MurrU
8 Zlrpnlo. Ue Will I'tiulon
ti ltuuf!K Comnierce
10 bal", Murrl
11 l.ntun. Morrl
lj 1'hisi. ('oinmene ,
12 Haskell. Hn IIIkIi
11 Weg. tl Witt I'llnton
15 (Iray. I'ommertl.il
IC Metlrath. I)e Wltl I'llntnn
17 InKHli. Miititi.il Tnilntnie
18 Vlierltn. Manual Training
in .pl)rinntt I'omniirip
20 HoMen. Uc Witt i'llnton
St Powell. Morris
3 Koni.el, Commercial
o Klelntnan. I'nninierie
i llaiinielatvr. He Will Clinton...
27 Ilium. Ue Will Clinton
2S l.atier. Cotntnerclal
29 O'Hrlen. I'omtnenlal
30 llevler. Manual TralnlnK
31 Nlrenberg, llraMTitia Hull
32 Mi (Ion an, I'ommerce
33 PinkeUicln. Manual TrHlnlng...
31 ileJI. Vi! Wltl ('Union
35 l.lmleman. I'ontmerre
3 Kill,.. Morrla
37 Duvjaon. KraMilus Hall
3 llonof-ky. laiiitu. Itull
35- WrlKht. fiois llliib
10 HruekWiuer. Manttal Training. .
II Vhliiitore. (Commercial
12 Turrlll, Hoys II Is It
13 f.ahm. KraMtnus Hall
11 Klnnev, cnmineree
15 (Suiillre, roinnierte
It, I'ulnln, Jamalra
17 I.ne!y, Manual Training
IS Htrugt. .lainalea
is Rllah, Krasmos Hall
30 Kins, Manual Training
M-a'ampbell, Manual Training
02 Hoe, Hoys High
63 Molther. Ilovn IIIkIi
4 Allen. Jainalra
SR- Hanilhav, .Inmali-H
57 Otiermaler. Jamaica
SS- Mulford, nramnux Hall
5s -i,ieenpait, Jamalrn
60 MrKinna. Ilnvs lllirli
bl Mttfuaeu. llos Hlxh
Team genres- Mnrrla H S. 1. 6, s
total. 33 He Wilt I'llntnn. 2. II
M S. i
. 11 2
" !! t";
. . II 37
.. n (o
' I I I-.
. . n :i
, lit 'i5
total. n I'omrneri'lal, 3, 7, 15. 23, 2. total,
7H. Coninii rre J. 12. I!i. 2.",, -12. total, 67
Manual Training. 17. Ik. 30. 33. 10, total,
Ilk. KraHiuil Hall. 31. 37. 3. 3. I'J. total,
19. Iln High, 13, TJ. 12, il, iZ. total. IH'i.
Jamalrn. 21, It). I, CI total, 221. lllch
mond Hill, I. no seore.
F0RDHAM JOLTS R0CKAWAY.
I'rrp Ho) Defeat II lu It
Trnm Hi llnsUelbnll.
Kordham Prep, linen- nu unexpected
Jolt into the fhe from Par Itockaway High
feiliini Jisieroiiy o ii'n'liillis nn- imik'
Island team 20 to 13. The Konlliatn uulti
let's team work was Inst and sure and
th" long and accuiate passing, which In
ar!ahl;' resulted in a goal, whs a feature
thai the visitors rotlld nut solve.
The scorn at the end of the (list hulf
was 7 to !, mid throughout the opening
minutes of the second half it was either
team's game, but the .Maroon youngsters
no, oui in" .Miiroon jmingsiers,
hetc lilt thrlr ti tin stride and slow ly
and surely drew away from their fast
and aggiesshe rlwils by (hi- use nf last
and bewildering passing. Kor Kar Itieka
waj, McKenna and Wleht played u line
article of ball, while Capt Murphy and
C'affrey scored most of tho Kordham
Purdhani Prrn. Positions Par lloi'knuav II..S,
Murray .. .!.'.'. ';,rwAr?!.- .. hullnlie
Dsie Centre Mrlienna
caflrcy I eft guard,. Wleht
. . . lit if lit ituurd.
K Score Kordham Pren
H , 13. (ioals from IV
Kordham Prep., M;
N , 13. (ioals from Arid' Murphy. J; Cartre
waiMi. wniiirun, si
McNamara. CoaIs from fouls
Wlrlu. i: Mm.
'for Watimi'iToiiSiror iihc.!,'."
Par Itockaway II. K, 'I lino or halves- 10 minutes,
Kunx l.eada Around I'roapert Park,
P, Kunz, dr., was tho tlrst to finish in
.the nnmm! handicap cmss.country run
of tho Kiooklyn Central Y. M, (,'. A. for
tho K. W. S. Nowku trophy The run was
held around Prospect Purk yesterday
afternoon. Kunz also von it special llmo
prlie. The order of finish
2 in inln.
2 in I ii.
1 P. Kuni. Jr
;V M Magillte
5 K. 1 1. Illakeupe
4 t', .Mount
6 C. .Inhiisnii
C. CarUon, .
21 131 :
dANKLK 5YNUIUAIt dUYS
PHILLIES FOR $486,000
Half our. (handler and llTP in
im'iii iiiHi no niisiness in-
reft AVith Taft.
t'lmHh CANNOT BKLIEVK IT
His Advertlscnifnt of Stork for
Sale Not Printed Dooin
to Jle Retained.
Pitn.ArrLritiA, Dec. 7. A local sndt
i ate nf bankers has purchased the Phila
delphia baseball club for MHB.MOO, and.
according to good authority, the sale was
made over the head of Horace Kogel.
i in' lauer was so busy making plans'
to soil the Flock a,' tho new corporaUoi
"hlch In; was forming that In- had placed ,
1,n mivertlsernent in the diul. newspapirs
.oftcrliiK the stock at par. anil when the
sale nf the club was aiiiiounu'd to a
'i'.l,'"t' headed by Holn rt A Ilalfour,
1, m ,iho traction magnate, late this afternoon,
n :- th- new simpers held up the Pugel ad
.. l( ts wrtlsement and would not print It.
" r, n'l r,,c "'ws f h" 'nli' was reported
i:!ui,fm" '"' llnaticUI district mid a repre.
.. 15 m 'si ntathe of the Hubert A, H.ilfour syn
" Jj ''Mdlcate said that his firm had bought tho
5 Philadelphia ball club s franchise, prop
15 K.erly. real estate mid good will. Tnls
r, .Information conns officially nnd Itobvrt
J? j,i 'A- Ilaliur. I'red T. Chandler and Con
IS 25:"-' gressman W. S. Vare are Interested In
Tho club has been liottcht lie n svnHt.
31, local uansers, who .onsider thn
S3 i 27tas,.rs tiSrv irsss
Mr. Ilalfour refused to b Interviewed
17,'"' 'ho subject. The sum of JIRfi.non Is
f-iIU to have been paid for the franchise
'"!""! !'.i.t,r.le,',-i.,, i.. .. m i . i ..
., I'oiiln probably will be retained as man-
53 nger In full charge "f thi- team. There Is
51 no luillcatloii that Horace I'oKel has heen
provi.ieil for. thoiiali the plans of the
i bankers In this connection have not b
' Alfred I). Wller. I'ho W.im tir.IH.i,i
, of Ihe club when Kogel resigned, will not
, r, remain as president. Ills successor has
, 11 ci i tint jet been determined. A thorough re
, lj organization of the business end of thn
,Jjeul, Is certain. The new owners. It Is
, i; ; 1 understood, believe In Dooln as a utanacer
17 3 and feel that they will get tin. best posal
JJ Jjible lesnitH from his leadership.
! it. on i ",n l''oel and President Wller ad
lj lo ' milted this nfli rnoon thai they had pr
,'! ' , l'ar-1 advertisement? lo offer the slock of
lo li" f"' sul" "1" Information
In. "n."'oui inc nanoiir syndicate deal was liu-
piissinit, Jul- tin in to believe. Kogel de.
tiled that any one could sell the club.
Iloth he nnd Wller lefused to talk after
an evening newspaper had called them up
and told them that the paper could not
mint the advertisement, since It knew that
the deal already had been closed for tin-
sale of the club
Though the details of the actual sale
i could not be lentied tn-nlght, the opin
Sehonl i Ion pn viills that Mr. Hnlfoiir has dealt
I diieelly with Chillies P. Taft, and that
after the am leinent of sale of the proji-
eltv has been k brned nnd .Mr. ftuirmir'n
agent leturns fioin tho Wist the trans-
rer w o , , r,,.,l,
I lie nalioiu-tiiimour synillcaln was
mum"! tlrst a mouth ago, A rcpieseuta.
live nf Mr. Ilalfour called on Kegel to
barn his term., ami whin PokcI later
denied that lie had given to the banker
any details of tho club's rondltlmi Mi
Ilalfour refused lo do any further bus!
I iiess with Kogel, but since has li
,,,,., i,i 1.ii,.n .i,t, ri,.in.
1 ... f.
UNCLE JIM WANTS TO QUIT.
liilinslone. elernll t'mnlre.
,. ..... .e .
lln Is I nfiilrlr rreaite.1.
ITninlrp Jim .lobiistnne. one of tho vet-
I ., ... ,i... v ,n,,i,ni l.e.ifnn uinlY. unnia
, ,, ,, iaM..i .. u,.ineiil t.i
that ftect over III Ills home town of
I Newark, and It Is believed that If ho gels
ml, t,(. National that he will become an
dre In the American League, .lonn-
in says ho mrido u demand on Presl-
,1,. mi Thnnias l.vrs.'h of the National
I I'',R11" " ',llr for hl" rv1l"i"'i .,,ut
r.tcelvn It. Then on October IC last
III" W,!llie I.JIO II 'ir, iHltllh n,,, ...r...
working for him.
Johnstone Is sore on Lynch for what ho
alleges Is tho unfair treatment tin has re
ceived fiom the picsldent. lie says that
while ho has been lu thn league, longer
than several others, his salary Is less than
younger umpires. 11" cites tho case of
Uniplrn Hieiiimn, whom ho asserts, was
getting J 1,201) more than h" was paid.
I'oltiiuhln lleulen nl Noeerr.
Montci.aih N .1., Dn' 7 -The Mout-
Alll,.tl. I'llll, ...U'eei' fniilli.ill let,,..
lilefeated til" Coltiinbla Colli go team on tho
1 Vuii'Jk'ud Oval Hits ultcinuon, 3 to I,
lor Keoiifih breast Ini- tlie tupt- nt
the finish of his iliish him the tiljuti
rst :ross-(ounlry liiinnr iiiTnriliMl In
tin local scholastic viorlil.
(iotliain All Stars Make First
f-oal, Then Don't Score
I'll til Very End.
I'ltll.Alii:i.i'IIIA, Dec 7. New Vork was
defeated at association football In the an-
nual Intercitj match on the ground of the
t.lrloli rrlek..l llnl, ut 11 .i,..ef..r.l In. v
between teams representing the Held Club
k- vKwama--frBr ""
spy ''' Associated Cricket Clubs hoc-
. I-i'aituu of Philadelphia. The home
team after halng i all Iti own way In
the first half, scoring 5 goals fo 1. wound
up with a total of 6 goals to 2. The visit
...... . . .. , .
ors "h,,t ""' ,int goal, of the game, but
after thai ueie not tfermltted to score
. ukiiIii until the final tally was recoided.
h ; w.
j w. liarland of thn ( rcsccnt Atnietic
i .mo oi uroosin. playing ai I'rnire lor
P'"" runblned New York team, opened the
scoring soon after Ihe start. W. Watson
of thn l.'nlverslty of Pennsylvania equal
ized the score for Philadelphia and (J, K.
llntlomley of the Helmont Cricket Club
placed his side in th" lead by shooting
the next two goals. W. Davidson of the
flerm.intowu Cricket Club was credited
with the last of Ihe home side's points In
the tlrst half. The New Yorkers braced
up in Ihe seruml period and guvo u i;ood
account of theiiisi'lMs. Watson placed an
other goal to blu cicdlt and near the close
of the game J. Welsh of the Hensonhurst
rich! Club got past the Philadelphia de
fence lor New York's second goal of tho
Vim iler Xee
.' Ilrrs ..
(lo.il . . . Morris
Weill back . . . I.uety
Ij fl back ... ..Hare
lllght half.... Cnllanhnn
Centre Half ... Shoemaker
lflhalf .. Cookie
Outside rtcht n. Urlvlli
Inside rlmtt . .. Watson
Centre .... Ilotlomlcy
Inside left . .. linvlil-un
nuli-lde Irft lllamiihlu
I !'' "itinl'-
Score- Phllvlrlphta, ft. New link, 2 (ioal -Waisini
2, lloltomley 2, fondle 2. Iinilibon of
I'hll.iilcllihla: tlnrland. Sel-n nf New lurk.
Ilefrrea ttsldrnn. Linesmen lliacr and
Pri'lt) Time nf halves t mtiitites.
NEW GATE AT PRINCETON.
I.lfl of l',i run let 'nrmlt'ls nml ti lie
. mi the Tills erlt I'leld.
I PiilNrKTO.N, N. .1., Dec. 7. Work has
I been begun Ihto on tho construction of
I a new J7.00U gateway at the northwest
corner of l.nlvvislt I'leld, the Princeton
, Muslly aililelio paiK. inn cost in eii
wm ,m,t ,,., 2Bi00u rull
I which was lueseiiled to tho Pilnceton
, Muslly alhletlo paik
iil,...,.iiv Mhl,.ili, Asanehiilnn liv I'rnu
l,.Cnri.ilik nf Chleuiro. n irrad'uatn of
Princeton In the class of I87J, ill honor
,,f the 11112 team, of, which Cyius Mc-
Coimlck, Jr., was a member.
'rn money ticcordlng to Hie terms of
ii, Eft waH to bo disposed of for the
li,,,,,r,v..,iieiit i,t ntblellc fncllliles bete as
. the members of tho championship eleven
mght see III and tho latter decided some
time ago to put part of the fund Into the
constiuctlon of a now rniruiicv.
According. to the architect's plans, tho
gateway will be of the same design as
Ihe new Thompson gateway nt the south
end of the field. It will be const ructcd
of Harvaid bilck anil Indiana HiiK'Htuno
and will consist of n leotangular tower
are It 32 feet high and it feet wide, with
a wall running along the "al side of
Ihe cnclositir. An tl on gate will swlng
iu the inch, and In lulilltlixj Ihei" will
b" sliding gales where titt wire ticket
entrancis may bo juji up for the big
games. The work will be completed by
February 1. ,
(Set First and Second in Knee
of Militia Quartets in
iionnv horses amusk all
'They Skip Over Eighteen Inch
Hurdles, and I'eabody's
Steed Wins Hace.
Relay tennis from the Seventy-first
Iteglment had things pretty much their
own way In the special Invitation Na
tional Guard one mile relay race, the
feature event of the sixty-second games
of the Seventh Iteglnient Athletic Asso
ciation, at the Seventh's Armory last
nipht. A pair of teams cam vup from
the Sevfpty-flrst and thej bisr.e'l both
tlrst and second tilaeis, partly because
they outran all the other organizations
and partly because they had fairly large
handicaps. The quartet representing the:
Second llattallon of the New York State
i Naval Mllllla took third place. The sail
1 ois ran a plucky race and fought all the
I Horse racing was brought back to New
York for u brief stay, but sad to say
they were only hobby horses and were
' ridden by militiamen In a furlong han-
dlcap f tceplerhiife. eighteen Inch hur- ,
dies were used and the hobbles evidently I
had been well cultivated, for they had no I
trjiuble at nil In taking the Jumps. The '
laco was very close tnroiignoui anu was
won only In the final dash to the tape by
K. 5. Peabody of Company I, although
his mount behaved badly and crossed the
line sideways. C. It. Catters of the same
lompany brought his mount home sec
ond, about a length and a half behind
the winner and less thm n length ahead
of T. Italll of Company A , w,ho was third.
l New iirmoiy records were made In the
22" yard obstacle t.'tce and 111 the wall
,1 . ... . . ..... ,-!, '
scauiii; nniiesi. m u' uw.ini;ie i,- uu
I brecht of Company II romped home an '
tasy winner In 53 I-.r seconds, clipping'
1 3-3 seconds from the mnrk made by i
A. V.. 'Ward of Company n. In the fifty- I
ninth games. The. Company F team pioved ,
to be made up of the best cllnibc.is, for
I they went over the two walls of ten and I
' eight feet respectively and travelled ;
around the 176 yards In f7 seconds. This
time Is 412-5 seconds better than the old
m'irk made bv a Company K team on
December !', 1911. 4
; The summailes;
01 Yard llun, Handicap Won by C W.
Ttorgnian. Company A (6 ardsi: 11. J.
(Irani. Company M (10 yards), second: A.
'.Ink, Cniiiiiany I! (20 arii), thltd. Time,
I minute IS l-.l seconds.
Trnl liaising Contest Company teams
composed of right men Won by Company
II Time. 2 minutes IS 2-5 (.fronds. Penalty.
10 ftet'onds. fnmustiv I. seiond. Time. 2
minutes 31 2-C eeismds. Penalty. 45 second.
Company IS. third. Time, :t minutes 31 4-6
seconds. Penalty. 35 seeonda.
Potato Hare, llnndlrap; 10 Potatoes Won
In W, i. Kno, Company P (2 yards); W.
v Kriend, company 11 (3 arnsi, sernnn;
P (I. Nebon, Company I) (s sards), third.
Time, 31 seconds.
Jlair Mil" Holler hKutlng Hare, Miviie ,
Won by A. II. .Miller. Company P; P. t..
chirk, Compam P, second. 15. II Morris
conni.iny I, liuru Time. 1 ininuts us i-u
titistai le Hace, Scratch, 220 Vo rib -Won
hv It. Ynllbrerht. Conipany 11 C H. Cattus,
Cinnpaiiy I. seond; K C llulllduy. i-'om-.
panv II. third. Time. 03 2-r, ssennds.
S'l V.rri Hum N-nvlee IVim hv .1. 1.. Ttli'll.
ninnd. Conipany F. T W. Todd, Cninpjiiy
I., second. P. Krohle, ('onipany C, ihlrd.
Tllll, 10 2-r, seconds. .
M ard Hun. lliiiidliHi-Wiin b C A.
1 nderhlll. Cnnipaiiv A III feet) H 1
Sibuali. Compiiny 12 (IS feet), second, il. .1.
l'allon, Coinpan) H (10 feet), third. Time,
SIl i plei huse llnndlrap, 2.' Vards. ll
hull HuiilleM- Won bv V.. (,. Peabnill, Colli.1
pany I (.. nnlsl, C H Callus. Company I
(i; vards), second , T Italll. Company A I
Cj Mildsl, third. Time, 3d 2-5 seinnds,
due Mile llnller Skating Hace. llnndlciip - (
Wini by II T Hensel, cninpany II ills
lurdsi. A. P. Holmrhli, Cnnipiiny A (u
ardsi. second, ll. II. Scheltler. Ciiinpany 111
iscialihi. Ihlrd, Time, 3 mliiuleu :
ion Yard l.lller llnie, llandliap- Won hv
Coniliany i'. with Tlemi'er. uarnlschfaner
and I'ukins 112 yardsl. Cninpany C, wlih
Tailor, Krnhlo and Whltaker (0 nrdsi,
seinml: Cninpany I J. with Meeker. Wood
worth and V' doe in yards), ihlrd, Time,
Invitation National (limrd One Mile Helay
Hace, ) I ii ml I in li Won by Hevrnty-llrat Hfgl
mini llrsl team, with Mia, H. Daring,
llaker and Kuhn (II yards) i Sevenly-tlrst
Iteglmeul second team, wlih Mcllugh. (big
gins, O'Connor and If, Oaring (,'i2 Minis),
second; Second Kattallon NiiMil Mllllla,
with Ollmuii, Mauri r, llouser and Murev
(ID sards), third. Time, 3 mlnutta 33 4-J
ShO Yard Hun, Novice Won by (1. A.
Carson. Compiiny 11; 11, II. Strong, Coin.
P.iny II, second; (1, M. Wllhrliu, Company
M, third, Time. 2 mlnutea 13 1-5 seconds.
hSO Yard Walk, llundlcap; leay .March
ing Order Won by W. Illble. Cninpany K
(Is yards); C. I). Illble. Company li (12
Surds), second: If. I,. Wart. Company II
(16 .vurds), thlr. Time, 4 uilnutrs !t)
320 Yard Itun. Handicap- Wen bv V. .1,
P.libi Is. I'limpanj I) to srdsi, IV c itr uu.
Cniiipiny 11 C.i .Minlsi, srcoml c ,, Puder
bill, Cnmpniiy A (s sards), third 'nine,
2h see, mils,
Id Pound Shut Put, Hnndlciin Won by
T T. Helllv. Cniilli.inv K If, re, 1 1 ulii, u
initial put nf 3i feel; J, J, Illlloti, Company
. IsviMiin, nils u SIIUSI put VI II HI
It Inches, necnnd: I,. C Decker, Company
U (H feet I, "ilth an actual put of 33 feet
7ft tnrhea, third.
Military Itelav Hace; 1.058 Vards; Novice
Won liy ( (in puny K. with Uenael, Hlch
unlnott and Plnn. Company P. with James.
Wellra and Turrlngton, second. Time, 2
minutes 51 1-5 teconds.
BENNETT A TEAM IN HIMSELF.
SI, I'anPs Crack Wins Four Events
In Snlm With Bon High.
In the nightcap of the athletic carni
val at St. Paul's School yestorday after
noon, the swimming team swamped the
plungers of Hoys' High by a score of 35
to IS. The Brooklyn lads failed to get a
first place In uny event, whereas llennett,
the St. Paul marvel, scored four tlrst
places himself, shared one In the relay
race and incidentally scored 21 U points
for his school. He swam the hundred and
the fifty yard dashes In record time, nnd
looks to be the best schoolboy ,Uanlels In
the local district ut the dashes. Relnecko
was the mainstay of the Boys' High team,
but he was compelled to trn.fl Bennett in
every event that the pair sturtod In.
100 foot llelay Klrat. Rt. Paul's School
(Kalll, Spencer, Stovenaon. llennett);
second, ltuya' High dialler. Blade. Elder.
Itelneeket. Time, 1 minute 20 l-S seeondi.
50 Foot Dash First, llennett, St. Paul's;
second, Itelnrcke. Hoys' High; third, Itoche,
SI. Paul's. Time. 7 seconds.
Plunge for Distance Hint. Chandler, Ht.
Paul's. 13 feet m Inches, second, tlojde. s:.
Paul'r. 10 reel, third, llakfr, Hoys' High, 37
feet 3 4 Inches,
50 Yard Swim F-lrst. llennett. St. Paul'a;
econd. Itelnrike, Uoys' High; third, lllaiie.
Ilova" High. Time, 26 2-5 seconds.
Fancy Diving (3 dives) first, Bennett.
St. Paul'a. with 29.1 points, second, Ileln
eike. Hoys' High, with 27. points; third,
llaker. Hoys' High, with .'? I points. Possi
ble score. 30 points.
100 Yard Swim First. llennett. St. Paul's;
second. Itelnecke, Itovs High; third. Spen
cer SI. Paul's. Time, I minute 1 2-5
FINALS AT CRESCENT CLUB.
IHb Gymnnslom Well Filled With
Member Who Waleh I'lghla.
The final bouts In the amateur boxing
tournament at the Crescent A. C. of
Ilrooltlj-n were held last night. The
gymnasium waa crowded with members.
The feature of the entertainment was tho
bout between Paull and Dewey, both of
the Trinity Club and lighting In the 150
pound class. Tho pace during thf three
rounds was lively, Paull made his brother
member quit near the finish of the third
120 Pound Novice Class ri, l.vdon, unat
tached, won from S. Jaskvcj-, Trinity Club.
1H. pound clasa. Special V,. Headland
won from A. Coakley. Judge's decision.
110 Pound Class I.. Kahni. Pennant A. C
won from K. Hhanley. Dominican Lyceum.
120 Pound Class J. Kelt, New West Side
A. C. won from W. lilies', unattached.
130 Pound Novice Class D. King, St.
Paul's Lyceum, knocked out O, I.ydon, un
attached. In the second round.
150 Pound Clasa J, Paull. Trtnlty Club,
stopped J. I)cwe.v. Trinity Club. In tha third
150 Pound Class. Special Ij. Bornstrln.
Sheridan A. O. won from J. Hohfnberg.
Piuiianl A. -'., In an extra rouad. Judge's
110 Pound Class C. Henry. Trinity Club,
quit to M. Tuuuer, Pennant A. C, in one
Special 125 Pound Itout J, Nugent. Taul
11 -V. C, won from P. Oslsh, Pennant A. C.
LEHIGH HUMBLES PENN FIVE.
Ilnnkrm Mnke Only One I'leld Mont
nnd Arc Itcalcll t!U to 14,
Pllll.AnKl.l'lllA. Deo. 7 Tho quintet
from Lehigh I'ltlMrslly proved loo hard
for the I'tilvcrslty of Pennsylvania In the
opening of Ihe basketball season at Penn
to-night. I.ehlgli won by u scorn of 28
to 14. The teamwork of the Lehigh five
was for above the average for so early
In the season.
Only six Held goals were registered by
the teams, I.ehlgli gettlnK live of them.
Seelbach, tho bU centre lu last ear's
fishmen live at I'eiiu. sisjrcd tho only
Held goal for th" Ibid and Illiic. He
played n stellar gatno all through. The
game was fast, but wus marred by fie
(iient penalties to both teams,
l.rhlgh. Po.ltloits Penn.
Crlchtnii l.cfi forward Illpom
While. Illghl forward Hi burr
Mtitharl Ccnue . . Seelbach
Cole la-ft guard. . . Jnurde
Price. Illght guard.. . Wallace
Score llilirli,20; Pcun. II. Field goals White
3. Crlrhton. Uuthart. Seelbach, Foul goal
Muthart, tdout of 21. Ilelsuer, 12 outof 20. Score
at end of Aral half- Lehigh, II: Penn, ft. Sub
stltue Long for Wallair. Ilefcree-Crouell,
Swurthmnrc. l'mplre Cooper, Nwarthmore
I'rrp. nine of halves- IS minutes.
Ilusler Gets lleenf nreementa.
John Seys Huyler has just purchasexl the
bonny Moult In Cliiunplon Leeds Dorothy.
With Chaiuiilon Wafescotl , I'lildler. Mr.
Huyler has a brace that will bo hard to
beat in this country The owner of the
Villa llosa Kennels lias been particularly
successful this season and with this no
(illation he should make a clean sweep of
Paaaalo lintcUaaeaj Ilalnald.
Passaic N Ore. 7 I'lalnfleld High
School linskeiball lossers gavo lns,lo a
hard Hghl In the first half or Ihclr gaino
here lo.ilay, holillng th" scoio lo s lo :.,
Inn in I ho second period were oulc assed,
III" finals being '-; lo 7. Capl. tlohlalelli
(allied l.'i points for Passaic. Ihe defence
tho visitors bring held to a single field guul
made by Cap I. Good.
Officials Confused, It. Must Bs
Her u n Goohring Breaks
Record in Jump. i i
Howard P. Drew, tlm colored flier of
Fprlngfleld, showed without question that
he Is the fastest amateur of the day by
twice equalling the world's Indoor record
of 7 1-5 seconds for seventy yards at the
games of tho Hradhurst Field Club held
In the Twenty-scoond Regiment Armory
The Springfield man swept through his
Meld of handicap men with such dash that
In two of his three heats he had a clear
lead twenty yurdu from tho finish. Never
had thn local experts seen a man who
picked up Ills speed as rapidly as Drew
and they opened their eyes In amassment
at the swift manner in which Ms sturdy
legs annihilated space and devoured the
ground between himself and his com
petitors. In the first heat Drew Hashed by J. H.
Behnken. to whom he gave seventeen feet
start, at fifty ynrds. There waa a smile
on his face as he draped his hands and
slowed down to avoid crashing Into the
army wagons back of the finish line. He
eased up so palpably that Uehnken slid
by htm In the last stride and was timed
In 7 2-5 seconds.
Drew qualified for the semi-final by
running second and when the pistol
cracked for him ngaln lie took no chances
and when he passed O. l'olltier twenty
yards from the. tape he kept his t$n
moving ut lightning; speed to tho 'finish
nnd when ho flashed through tbe worsted
the lone timer's watch registered 7 l-t
seconds, which equalled the record.
This time could not go on the books,
us the three timers necessary were not
In attendance, but precautions were taken
to have the full complement of officials
when the great sprinter came out for his
final effort, fifteen minutes later. A3atn
lie wus In his running like a greyhound
fiom the leash, but this time the handi
cap men were on their mettle and though.
Drew clattered over the boards with the
same surprising speed he was forcsd to
extend himself to the limit. He was u
yard behind Uehnken, twenty yards from
the tape, a few mighty bounds and scratch
and limit men were on even terms five
yards from tho line. Two more Immensa
strides hurled Drew's powerful body
through the worsted two feet before his
rival. Two watches showed 7 1-5 sec
onds, while the other Indicated a shads
over 7 seconds.
Tlie record equalled by Drew was made
first In the Twenty-second Regiment Ar
mory by W. Hhlck of Harvard on Feb
ruary 58. 1903. In 1910 J. Archer and
II. Cloughen of the Irish American A.
C. received credit for equalling the time
lu Madison Square dm den. The supe
riorly of Drew was the more apparent br
the fact that A. T. Meyer, the Irish Amer
ican crack, was shut out In the semi
final hy two men. who fell easy victims
to the .Springfield runner In the final.
No steel tape was nt hand to remcasure
th sprint track directly after the race
and this forrrmlltr wus postponed, until
after the games were over. The ta,ie
used then measured only 171 fee.t and
had to be relayed : on reaching tho fin
ish mark It showed a trifle more thsn an
Inch over tho seventy yards, but tho fact
that no care was taken to pieserve the
exact angle at which Drew ran may
weigh against the performance when sub-
1 mltted to the record committee.
I The chief event of the night, a twelve
mile team race, might have been a thrill
ing unair tr louu scott nan not got lost
coming from Patcrson. This delayed thn
start of the ince for some time and left
tho novel feature a certainty for Harry
Smith of The Itronx and Hannes Koleh
m.ilnen who made up the clnnlsh-Amerl-can
team. Smith ran two lips at the
start nnd after that the partner relieved
each other on each lap. They gained
60 yards In the tlrst mite, and at ten
miles were four laps ahead. This ad
vantage was maintained to the finish.
Six of the twelve trams finished the
70 Yard Dash; Handicap Won by How
ard P. Drew-. Springfield High Schtssl.
scratch; J. tl. Uehnken, unattached, 17 tea,
second; J. McMahon, lllencoe A. C. 17 f1,
third. Time, 7 1-5 seconds. Equals world's
1,000 Yard: Handicap Won by John Gaff
ney, Irish American A, C. 2 sards; B. J.
c.ar.cy, nullevllle C. C, scratrh, second:
M. A. rievannay. Irish American A. C, t
S'ards, third. Time, 2 mlnutea 22 2-3 seconds.
300 Yard Hun; Handicap Won by J. P.
McKenna. unattached, 12 yards; J. Mc
Mahon, lllencoe A. C, 12 yards, second; K.
.1 Sohtelch. Dominican Lyceum, tils yards.
Ihlrd. Time, 34 seconds.
Medley Hace; Two Miles; Handicap Won
hy West Side Y. M, C. A.. 30 yards, with It.
a. Stan wood. A. II. Holder, II. Hocking and
A J. Smith; Long Island A. f.. SI yards,
second, with JI. Kramer. J. Meeks, S. Lea
lie and II. Hendrrnn; Loushlln Lyceum, ab
yard, third, with W. Anderson. J. I?. Buck
ley. T McLoughlin and P. McCaffres-. Time,
S minutes Is 3-5 seconds.
Standing High Jump; Handicap Won by
Leo Coehrlng, Mohawk A. C, I Inch, with
an actual Jump of 5 feet 3 Inches; Piatt
Adams. New ork A. C scratch, second,
with 5 feet 2 Inches; Kdward L. Ames, Bronx
Church House, 2 Inches, (bird, with & fret.
Twelve Mile Team flawWon by Finnish-American
team Hannes Kolehmainen,
unattached, and Harry J. 8mtth. unattached;
Massachusetts. Washington team Hugh Mo
(iutrr, X. Attlrbnro nnd J. J. Gallagher.
Oeorgetown University, second; Yonkani
team !eorge 1", Holdeu and Russtll Bprlng
steen, Yonkers Y. M. C. A., third. Tlnn,
53 minute 3 seconds.
ST. PAUL'S FIVE ROMPS IN.
l.nsrera Jamaica's Colors by Necurc
o f 1 lo H MldtrrU Lose.
The basketball team of fit. Paul's School
started Its season with a clean cil vic
tory over tho quintet from Jamaica High
School at Harden City yesterday - after
noon by a score of 19 to S. Power and
Hubble were easily thu stars of the game!
caging nine goals between them. L. BHas
and Girling played best for tho losers.
In a preliminary game Jamaica's midgets
defeated the 110 pound itcam of St. Tatll's
by a score of 8 to 6.
Rt. Paul's. Positions. Jamaica.
Power Left forward..,. ,.. Girling
Hubble mint forward K. Illlss
Carroll Centre U Ullaa
Kroei., . ..... 111 guaro .oimiry
Uwls , , (tight guard Melts
Score St. Pau'ls. 10: Jamaica, N. Coals from
fleld-Hiibble. 9; Power 4. K. miss, (ilrllng 2.
:o.i rm rniii-narrnll. 1.. U a 3. Krferee 1'.
Thorpe, Columbia. Time of halves 20 minute.
lied Held Una a Very Knsr Tlaao.
. I. ,.11 awAnnulntlPS OCS-Unled ttlA at-
tent Ion of the members of tho Muntclalr
. i. ....i.av It. 1.. Tledfleld.
with n card of 79. 970. was the winner.
... e.., w. im.l uu ensv time, for his
neurest competitor was C. K. Van Vleck,
who returned i '
Henry Outplays Abbott.
I" Henry. 10, defeated (1. Abbott. 14; by
,-. ctrei of to lo in .11 innings In. the tares
cushion tournament a . me oroaowsj
Milliard Academy last tilghtl The wlaav
badu nigh ruu of4 and tbs loser 1.