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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1912.
TRAVERS HEADS GOLFERS
l"ini' .M on (flu ir Joitv 'Hikes
l'l.ice of Kvnns nl Toi of
Yenr's Hut in j;.
SA.Mi: I'.Ki TIIHKK .UiO.M UP J
Afler riiiek Conies Travis in
old Nolcli Throe l'ew
New to tlie Ten.
v,,' i , 1 ikM'tnoil luiini.inii'ii' i he
ll' l;i Hi" ri'i mi 1 1 1 next mvihiii. M iniiltcr
liKIci- , ihe tn-l. nf phlrinir lhi ilcen
l"M(ini vo'ilclll' nnlliT nilrl" IIKllltl I" In
itclfv. 'Pih rcmiii'il iIiim of iliiir up the
!Hi i limit 'ii'M f i nil enviable uni', fur
tn iln H ptrpcr - mil1 ni'ifVH.irllv mut ki
fnMin i t it r i . in ordlni: l Hi'1 happen
ln' ! ii.it'" immiii There i a Hunt
nf 1 1 hi t, ii" rtlu n an eretixhlle 1ar fur
4'f-ii r .i" !i Iiii to ilmp completely me
t.i 1- ;
I ('fl.'.fllttit'l Itiltlll1 II m'comc tet
iiil hi nil" lilni tilth any ileurce
i.ii.ff. dt (In1 oilier lii.nil, inko ilic
ti'io mti'i m.i'ii Itrtllinnl achieve
t'iro'ii;li i'Vrral xe.ir niddctilv
villi iMiif.tiiiil miiti" There
v p .il lip no I. u'l( in luiil-hint: him ntlrclj
fmrn i In.- honor mil.
I tiinif.i lomihh llii' I Imp It iipprnarhltii:
fni xxheii Iln1 I'.iiilii iii.ii-I will have In
tret ret iiunltion fur Iio-Ihiicc. mil Oili
fortif 'iiv I : l Ncxille of Sun 1'rnucii.cti
h'l illaplli' I'd ilhllltt i 1 1 1 If III' liatl llll
opnortiiini v In ineaMirc skill with sumo
nf the .n know ledtfcd fiitnrltr I'lllnT ul
Iln- middle Wi'i nr llii.' I Ji-t undoubtedl:
Timid proie lii" worth In thr nbenee of
lll'll proof. llolieVcr. Vexllle will hare to
lie i outent with Hilt liulinrulili' mention
Then iIuti1 i II (handler llitan, nalliiniil
I'li.itnplnn of ir"M iiiiiI !!' w ho slnoi' inovlni;
l' the Niii'iiwi'tt has prartii'iillv dropped
cnlircl'' ol of the pnlilir eye No nllt'tiifit.
therefore, will In' mail" to flnil a place for
him .rivinc iln- flr-l slxtrni of inn (In
the other IihiiiI. I; M llycr of Alleghany
-i Hi t i, 1.1'cb of Minneapolis omitted
li! m'.ic, iirr lurk again (Hhi'i't crowded
fiom ihe I'Nicl.ct am llolii-rl (iiirdncr
m l i I s.i.tver of rhicairo and (iarillricr
W. W li I ol Nov ork.
Merit of Tforni.iiii o lint .miii'li to tin
'vl'h a colfor's rallni: nii'l In thl reepcct
thr Ir-IIIU' li.'itnte of I ho toiui' lot xiell
nit the iiniihly ol tin- Uriels nhould It-cello
rueful lom-idenitlon To win mi (tti -purtimt
tonrnaiiiPiiis mi handicap thes
rot npii's-.inl Imply much, cnn.-emientTy
thr sluiwlnc of a contestant III the iintiomtl
hamplniithlp incut a Croat deal It It
i t;trr cly needful to 'iill nutrition to the fact
that .lcrnme I' I later, thriii" national
title holih'i. nino ii vain It entitled to h
p!.K"i at tli hp.id of thi list a the nation'
fuiptiuitt .imatt'tii- aolfor Whon fit Ji-rry
U almost in n tl.i-t In- himself In the
Mrtropolltan i h.inipioiishlp nt Unltntrol
Tr.-r.ers had a i haini' t" show what wnt In
him ltv iliniciilt. the lUltnsrol link
proved too much lor many an uspirinc
nmntnir la-i spimc. hut it was like bmak
Itit; utieUt foi I ravert to It-el off lutind after
round In cood tVnn1-
I he r.v the I pHr Monti'lnir nmii moth
eteil (lst,id ltiikli.' or l.mth'vtood in the
iiici-iM' pinli Ii will le tTinemliered Ions
liv Hi" rnll'Tt . for the jolf dipl.iyed by the
vinr.'i .i- ahont the het et or seen in the
nii'iite n inn' s ii this coimtrt'
Mthouuli I iaei ilroppeil hit W .lersev
llt'.e when he hwt to Ivirkhy in the .Mlatitle
it Mial l.itt .lime. Hie tlrtt n.imeil .,mie
'rio h.s own ,ii W'l eaton in septeinlir.
'lf.i le went through the hei tleld of
l!lmitMllr etet ,lss'lllhed in thit eotmtry
!l h.. I eeli .ud ol' I'ratfrt that he hat more
flints in hit lufi t lin ii any of the other
Theio wjs one i.hol lit Whe.iton ho didn't
hae so well, the dllte, hut he hrouaht off
Mi iminy otheit wlih hl.t Iron that there
'.vim no tleiivim: him. HI irreat flnitli m
the i'peiice of Chirk i:nnn in the flnul
left no doiiht In the mind of nny one whrre
In tet mil point or merit tbere 1 little to
fheos' Iretweeii Travert mill t'hatlet V.
I. vans. .Ir. thouih th" last named perhaps
iaekstna1 i.le.il tfolfliiff teiiifniment When
i rowt'nl too hr.nl Kvnn sometimes it found
vulit iiit. but w llhal he i- a wonderful olfer.
easilv i iiiitleil to x'tiiml lilac1. He won the
lii"ihil in th" ciiiiillfyi'is' niiiud o the (hnm-oion-hip
uflei a playoff with Harold J
Ililloii l.iaiis al-o lieleated his old rival
Warren K VoikI in tlje senil-lluals of dm
iMiciii.il mid in the final of the Western
iial.'i'in-hip He had various oiliertoiirna
niriit Kiiiresse im luiliiii; n and 4 fctorv
mer I'm I llunier In tlie decisive tilt of tl.'e
jiiv.enisi;i 1 1 . tint:.
.Mv.ays near the top. tliouuli lonir sinci'
1 Osi'll I mm Hie lewlcl-shlp, rouies tlie
0 doiit. utile Waller .1 1 ravls. I'xohahly no
lie toiler can boast of so loin; 11 -n jriv ot
1 iiriiiiii'cnt siici esses as tlijs (iarden City
'arboie. who inniliiues to do tblnir. yet
it Mint has lulled to win an imixirtant
. in tiipiotitlnp, sui Ii as the uali'iiial or
ii.eiiopolitau In the last nameil huuipjon
ship Tiait lo.t to Klikhy, while out at
W hpiilon the veteian had to lower his colors
o 1 1, iver the same as tint year belore at
Apnwainis. liven so Trail miuiat'ed to
cither lil.'l fiiw at I'lirehursi. Atlantic
il. I.akewood. Ilkwauo,, an. I Ihxhester.
I'hl- Is iul up to his pi ilorniaiiivt ot
.si'ieial H'lpiiiM p.i-t, mill them , liitl"
ilonbt as to his rittht to third pine.
roiisidci inn his iiihiumsi loned nbliit
Wiiri-eliK. Wood. one ol the) hlcat'o leaileis
has ciiif thiouuh .1 tnuiif sca-011 If 1'
ni' If not for the dalnm; 1'iuiis thee haiics
.lie 1 hut Wood miKlii. hale fmvil mucli
Oelter. but II so haiipeiieil that in Ihe in
portant iiieeiinus it was the redoui,t,iii.
t hick thai bowl"il him over Jn ihe muih
iiiiui iiHiiid ot He katjoiuil I. tans litiil
Mood allfi' 11 laliii tlose mati h. inlf Ihe
sirui.",'lc lor ihe n m title iiatrowe.i
.low ii Ii) the-e two, wli'i lotilfht it 0111 it. iln.
iiltl. 1 flu! 111 Mi" Until, when I vans w. i 1 y
Hie iivn'on iiurnn o. 1 up. (m oihr .111.1
lis. fiiipoi.ani to tiu 'tills Wood hail itin
saiislat lion or iit.li a lliahs. s a i,.
sllli U001I i. Ultell : .111 1 . Ii
I 'o-ely follov.1111; ihe lloinewood pl.iver
come Ktrljliy anil l-red llcrreslion In fifth
and sixth ph s respcciively llarly In
the s.i-on Klikhy 1 oi erwl himself i.-redit.
ablv in the iiieiropolitim fhiimtiloiishlii
ibliiiiiiiL- Iravis in one of the rounds, inn
lo-lli 10 I ravers ill the ilccisite test
Ulei niinitiu' Ihe tables mi Tiaveis in the
filial ol 1 he New .lot-..,.) fhamplon-ldp al
Allanli" I 111 K rkbv von ih.. i,.V.'.... i
1111 1' al 1011 as well as.itouriiaiiieui ai I luedo
K11r1l.1t Hie season llerteshoji un, loiirtia-ineiit-'
at Ihe Nalioniil links and Niis,in
dPlealitiir Irnits and hirkby at the hist
iiaiui'd iiioci irttr. thouch at l.akeuoo, re.
cinily I rai is had Ids reveille Had it
not been Tor the lact thai lleireshofl Inilcil
10 iiualili 111 the chumpionsliip at Wheatoii
he iioulil have ilcseried soiucthliii,' belter
iiimii sixlli 1 1 ; 1 e
Din Chlcaito way I'aul llunier. Mason
I'liclps mid Albert Heoh.. rm ' lr,
iLiiatenis who piny about alike and ihev
..ic placed seifiilh. cichlh and niutli (tt
llllllierl Neither I'helps nor Socliel fined
as wel I Jilt year as lasi anil Ihe .,,. my
be sn d ol W C. 'nines, .lr , ol Oakmont,
who is ruled ti'iith this season N'eM on
Ihe list is llhcn Jl H; erx or Allet'lieni
. winner or the touniainent on his home links
In .Iiiihi mid later at o.ikinont. deieaiiif
tow hps In the 1 1 11:1 1 In III" l.e,ev i-up
imitehes at I lutil (iiutlun 'alny hist (it.
.lolier llyer had Ihe snilsfacilon (,r talilmr
iheiiieaHuri! of 'I nivem In iiueitriilioltiion.
In tivi'lllli place ronies Heinrlch Kclunldt.
the bturdy. Woictnter oirr it ho won the
(imati'ur title or .Massachusetts e i(o
'inade the best sIiomIiil' or Hid amateurs
in the Ilay Ktute open, returning n seventy.
two hole scorn of am. , I Iml placed him nrth
in the tournament, lie wait I he only .Massit
'hiiHPtth imlfer lo iiuiiliry in the national
inuleur (liiiniplonsliiii aim won two
mutches: heloro riiiiniui; up iitaln-i Chick
llumedialply lollouinir Keluuldt tome
.lohn II. Anderson, a former Mtalu chum.
Pion. who playeil less ul home than iisiml,
tlioa'li he innde a unod sIiowIuk In I lie
I'lrnch toiirnament early In (he season.
In loiirteenlh place fomt'H ', V. Vhle.
'more, 0110 or Hosion'n bent niaich player
and always a hard innn to beat, llnause
of his line.rieilediy mioil shoivlntr In Ihe
Hiillotial at Wheatoii, where he reached tho
einl-flnal HtaL'e. II li Ketr, a New tork
goirrr, who ilay rrom Ijie Mkivanok
country t lub. eis a nillm: on Ihls list
He Is rilacctl fir nth. Keir lomiii'lcil In
nnvrrul .minor loiimamente dutliiK the
cakon, bill lalli'd o win l,ul jn ihe
Cnpyrltht. lot:, by r V. Taj lor.
Tup rim, left tit rislit Nctmian. ('
Cluirli's. n't'ssiuan (inaiiiiet i. Alltlilli
Iit it II li l.ej'ir. the Mtnneapollt tilnier
whose raxorite stunt each ve.tr Is to win
the Tr.ins-.ss,.sipp liile When ihe
Inlereolleitiulf 1 haliiiioiisliii was held ul
ApHwaniis n few years aim .eiu rtachisl
the liiml onll to meet th reat at the hands
J'tilhiwliu; I a tnbif elvliie Hie new as
well as last year's honor rHI
1 -.1 I' Trnxers I nr .Mnnlrltlr
!' t'li.trlt's W Kliili. ,lr I'hlPitS"
Walter .1 Trails, tiiinlrn t'ltt
4 XVnrrsii K Wfiiit. I'tiiniE"
tl.wuM Klrkl'l, llnulewiieil
is-f'rsit Hern hnir ilnr.ini t'ltv
7 Paul lllllitrr. I'hle.titn
-Masun I'hi'lii.. I'lili'ace.
Altjsrt Sci lttl, I'hluiM..
10 W. 1' rowncs. .Ir. I'litrburs
11 II. M liters. I'lttsl.urtr.
II Henry Srhmlill. llestnn
13 .1 tl Alelsrsnn ileslim
H I' W Wllltlsiuers. Hutnn
I r. II. K Ki rr. N'ew ork
16 It. tl. li'KK. MlnnsHPollt.
1 Charles V. Ilians. .Ii , ChlniRp
:- .lsroine l Trairs. t'tip. r Miitrl.-ilr,
.1--Waller .1. Trails, liariliii Clt
i- Alhsrl Hrekel, I'llltltKii
f. Pisil Herr.sltprr. NVw Yerk
t; usu.ilil Klrklit. Knrlewtiml
?H. I'liHiiilhr Hem. i'IiIp.iro
w C Kim ties, .Ir. I'lttshuri:
! W.trrtn K Vie... ChhaKP
10 John ii An'lprsnn. I'ustnn
II Itotirl A liardntr t'tilcaco
12 Mason I'lielt's. t'lili'.iRii.
13 I'aul Hunter, rhlnitf"
14 1' W Whltleninre. llnjt'ln.
15 ilardlnsr W White. New" York
H 1, II. Hawyer. ClilriiKn.
ny w. b. n.
(Jrciitest uthlotlu feat of tho ycur:
IColehmalnen. the Finnish runner,
says a stitch mused lilt tlefent by JCra
miT In the cro.tM.conntry chaniplonbli.
J list sew.
Our jift nver.slon, "ii;netj up," h.
broken looHO iiKillll. Wo woulil tllelf
werp a law to prevent the use of this
ungainly c.preslon, than xvhlclt noth
ing inakcH us tired up.
All America football team: Horn
helsel, Maine, und Meeter, South Dakota,
ends; Harrlcklow, Ohio Htate, and Wcl
del, St. Honaventuro. tackles, Snedeck,
St. I.ouls. 11 nil Mnllolx, Klmde Island,
guards; WfU, I tenssf laer, centre: Cool,
A. nnd M. C. of N. C., quarterback,
Poxvers. Worcester Tech, and fSnnale,
Hucknoll, fialfliacks: Xivlrk, Vfiinoiti,
fullb.ick. If any other all American
choice can beat tills, prove It'
Should the talk of a liasehall league
In Franco 1-ad to one, the air will ring
with "A has I'utnplri!;" and "Oh, you
tetfdo bone" when the I'nree Giants
play tlie Uollpn Houge Sox.
"He seemed unbeatable," says an nc
lount of Hopiie'M billiard contest last
week xx ltd Yamada. Inasmucli u.s
Hoppc xvon 400 to 253, ho nut only
seemed but was.
Now that xvu have Rolf pool and auto
polo, somebody ought to Introduce skat
football, the skat spelled xvlth a c.
W'Jint Greek letter frat, If any. dipt.
Kotchum of Yale belongs to wasn't an
nounced at his recent flection, but he
probably xvlll initiate his players lulu
the Getu Atu Von .Society.
f-Unco tlm bones of .1 mastodon with
tusks txvelvo feet lonir were discovered
In Alaska recently there, has been a
grand rush of baseball scouts to thut
The depth of indifference: The slate
of mlml of the turkey ua tu who xvlll
xvln him at a Thunlisglvlni Day slioot.
j "There ix'oiild be fewer prematurely
I old men If tln-y knew how to play,'
j says a Chicago philosopher. If that
j means golf, many a man gets sruy
licaileil learning; how to play.
Cri'sci'M Suffer Defenl.
I At Hay Ithlge yesterday the Crescent
A C soccer eleven was taken Into camp
by the team of the Heiihoiihurst Kield
,('11111. the latter winning by 1 goals to i1.
alter 11 stubborn struggle' for th" upper
I hand In the early part of tho game. The
, bums divided honors In the opening half.
J though llenvonhurht hail a chance to
Mine an extra one xiheti a penalty was
, missed 1 1) .Mael'hee. lu the second tin I r
Marl'hfe had another chance at a penalty
kick and this tluin was more successful.
' WJ1I1 a loifg shot from the middle of the
Held .1. 11. I. Humphreys, tho Crescent
tentre halfback, again tied tho score.
. Krom a puss from the right wing lla-
, dock once mote placed Hcnsonhiirst In the
lead litld the. victory lliuillv mis ill ,.)....
by Hall, who shot tho lifkt goal of tint
( nnicrons Trim s-iillor Teniii.
At Vim Cotilandt Turk jeslcrday uf.
lei'mniii Iln. I '.1 m.tr, iiiu ..I,, 11 1 1
" ....'. "i ..1, ,ii in. 11 ni'inu itoou
lirelluilnary prnctlcit for their cliamtilon.
ship game with the (!r;t.;hlcs at Haw
thornu Klcld In Hrooklyn thla aftertioon
b defeating tile soccer team of tho steam
shli Vestras by 11 score of 4 to ii, Ward
scored the first goal for the sailors and
C. I'lckford of the CainermiH equallied
off a pass from tho right ulng. .McKle
placed the dimerous u the lead and
Oreenblutt made It J to J before tho cIosm
of the half. Carter scored the .second
goal lor the sailors and simui niter Ward
th'd the score. I'p to live minutes nf
the end tln i Isltors held their own, hut
nt that slime llio corner, centred hy
Hmllh, ilelded th" Camirons tlie winning
final, llianks to good hciidixoik on the
I'tlll 01 JJCII.
HIGH SCHOOL iqn
tmrn.v. Ytitinu,rarlt'Mr, llarmnn, IHnsiviill, (captain), Thfluilnre l.iirsrn (ftntcli), Pnltnrr, gtilno, Tnpiilow, Wcfsninn,
rm tit,, Colt oril.Afhri man, llaan, l.iirsiin. Inwrr row-Hull, H'cllcr, lltirnati, liohlln-rii, Altiiiirr.r, (inrgullo.
j Mltlni: In box seal nt the MrHoorty-
(.iMioiis fi7?le in Ihe (Iarden the other
1 mcht the .Man in the Crowd saw many
prominent cltliens. A former Supreme
court Justice nibbed elbows with a former
Hislrict Attorney. Two I'olli'e Magistrates
wete not far away from a fornirr Deputy
J'oli-e Coininittiotier. A THtiiinAn) district
leader sat beside a former Kire Couimls
sionpr and 11 man who once it a .1 Maior's
seitelary A noted criminal lawyer found
himself in the Maine box with a well dressed
Humbler. A wealthy turfman and breeder
was net to n prosperous Jockey Just back
trout Ilaropc. I'luyw right and authors,
theatriial matiaiter and actors, vaudeville
stars and hall players, banker, broker,
doctors, inventors, promoter, bookmakers
and persons who have so much money It
iti't necessary to toil for dally bread looked
ihlnilK'li the hnir.v lobiiieo smoke at the
proieedlnifs Inside Ihe rope. Mlxlne In
wire lormer innrlllsts, tihysleal eultnre
bints, tilntiiters. piker and here and there
a sli.idy Individual, all burnlni; up with the
llithi feter It was one of the best irowds
in uuilily ever seen at n local holing rluh
and it was a biir dlsati)ointment when
MiUonrty and Cibbont fnllisl to rume up
in expectations Incidentally the men
who came in late In evening clothe xvlth
limit hats were tarxet for the sallery uodi,
who raised a hiilith with the repeated cry.
' Keb' Keb' Kerrince' Want a keb?"
1 1 trht t rowds usually will stand for most
anvihintf lint a larire pereenlane of thi
u'aihentK hooted hoarsely before the bout
wiis half ot er.
(In the w-ai out the Man In the Crowd
hettd III Iliy conflicting opinions
wh.t..Y.i!skrers 'an'nwniritn!tl) F,lrmos;li ,vll0 qri)l,10, thl. prM, ' nn(1 th:(t sn(t(. tno Arm.rlcam, w'ln not run m
"(.ibbons was stared to death," exclslmed fr"" a touchdown. He also kicked theithe erost-country champlonhlps here, he
11 bovisb lookim; chap. goal. .It planning to Invade the States and adds
"Never saw better boxing!" remarked 01 The lineup: that he Is particularly anxious to get a
K Vi ... IV.'.'AT1".' 1 -.1 1. Ilr.s-nun Chapirr. l'twlilon Manual Chanter. chance to redeem himself against Hannes
hard hitting." cried a former champion.
I .xiidoorty won! saul a tue:icre.
I " So. it wrat filbboii-' retilied ai otniianlnn
' "lloth wroiu'' A draw '. ' stiaiiped a fellow
close al hand
1 'Tiisimmon could have whippet) them
both with one hand tied behind his hack!"
opined an old lime ring follower "In fact
1 could hate beaten them myself!"
I " I h" crowd expect wl too much1" wa the
sally from a plug ugly
aii 01 xi unil snows now opinions tuner
One of the best know n boxing instructor,
who ha grown gray In the serx ire, was
oxerheard by the .Man In the Crowd as he
explained how points should be figured
"lllons landed should not be considered
alone, he said "Leading counts, also
blocking, feinting, sidestepping, countering
nnd making I he other fellow mist, (iihbon
was xnstly superior in defensive work and
practically offset MiOoorty's aggressive
ness Ihe blows lauded for tile most
part were Inaccurately delivered and con
seuuintlv did little or no harm Krom 11
strictly boiiiig point of view the bout was
Intensely interesting to me. but of i-ourse
the lack of hard punching didn't please the
aierace man who paid tin to see something
exciting If referees were allowed to give
decision 1 believe there would be less
stalling and morn actual lighting "
Al the auto polo exhibition In the Harden
last week play was Interrupted by the
breaking down of two cars, Ouring the
long wail a leal her lunged person frequently
roared. "Hooray for auto polo'" It wa
real sarcasm and pu.7led many of the
spectators, who patiently waited for the
fun lo be resumed. Ileciiiniiig curious, the
Man in tlie Cioud asked the shouter what
was the trouble Had he paid forldslicket
ami tx as he anxious to get back his money'
' I never pai lo these kind of shows,"
was th" iiutck response "I came in on n
1 0 111 il 1 tn I'll t a ry "
When Ih" football season toll around
again Hie .Mall in the Cloud holies that
some method of keetunir spectators Inrnr11n.1l
as todoimin on the gridiron will be employed
1 at e iinvcn, Princeton anil Philadelphia
''Ihe llarxaiil mau'ii.'emeiit paid for tho
. use of the well known Irwin scorn hoard,
. worked ill conjunction with card on which
I wet" tainted the names of all the players,
leach with a number In the Harvard
1 I'l on clou game this system, iierfectly
' managed, proo Hliiied etery play, the
number of each down, the varus to gain.
the penalties and tlie substitutions, At the
HarvanM ale game the absence of this
arrangement caused much stH'culatloii as
to the maker ol tlie Crimson's Ilrst touch
down Thousands of men and women
did not know that Ktorer had ctossed the
goal llii" until they lead It In tile citrus that
weio 011 the streets of New Haven aHer
the game. Hilling the Cornell-I'enn game
lu Philadelphia ofllcial xvord was sent from
the side lines to the press box that .Mercer
had stored tin' touchdown for the (Junker
when as a matter of fact Harrington ninth)
Ihn play With enormous gate receipts
a epilog fiom these big games the cry of
expense cutiliot be raised as an objection
to 1111' engagement 01 score nourtu nnd
competent announcers. It la hard to tie
llexe tho report that the persons xvho get
1111 the "Oftlclul Konvenlr Programme,"
tilled xvlth ad anil sold for fifty cent eaoh.
1110 instrumental in suppressing attempts
to hiivn these modern convenience In
stalled for the benefit of Hie football public.
Visiting Ihe bicycle race In the Garden
Friday night 'Ihe Man In tho Crowd xvn
informed that the nxv management of the
six day gtiinil this xveek will employ a corps
or pilvntn sleuth to keep oht undesirable
persons and protect tho patrons from Ihe
depredations of pickpocket, who thrived
during this event In recent years. The
management bus ordered (he ejectment
id persons w ho aril inclined to behave dis
orderly In Ihe all night ouf6 nnd will see
to It that offenders against the law are
handed over (11 Ihn police, lu short the
miinngt'liient wishes (0 assure (he public
that Ihn raco will hi) a real sporting event
nml nut a mugim t for deniieiiH of the under
world. The Man In Ihn Crowd heard thn other
tiny (hut during Ihe annual meeting of the
Aiueiiciin I. en gun in Chicago thl week the
Cleveland club will he asked lo explain It
reasons for trying toaend shorltlopj oitrn
nnd I'ecklnpaiieli to a minor leaitue when
other flub In the bii; elteull ory anxious
to secure them. 'Ihe Cleveland club re
peatedly ha usketl for wallers on thet"
players, but has reluetl lo sell Ihtm when
claimed. Just why this sharp pniillre
nut been BtlnttMil 111 f.n nn II lif lieruetl will
lie a problem for President H.imrofl llyron
Johnson to solve.
MANUAL FRATERNITY WINS.
Krasrana Ileaten In liimr by llmren
Alpha Phi Tram.
The Manual chapter of Ihe Omega Al- j
pha Phi Fraternity football team xtstcr- 1
day defeated the llrasmus chapter at I
Hawthorne Field by the scote of 10 to tl.
Considering that the teams hax'e never '
plated together and that miuy of j
the ptaxers haxe not playid for
years It. wa a x-ery gooj game, j
The F.rafiiius chapter Minted otf j
with a rush and soon had the ball mi ,
Manual's lu yard line, partly due to a '
poor pass to XX, lilngwall, wiilcn lost
twenty yards for Manual, Hrnsniu.", hoiv -
ever, wa unable to scr.re nn.1 at the , ml
f it.A nt 1... If 11,. t... 1 1 .. u .., .ni.l.t 11
of the first half the ball was at inidll.hl.
.xlauual hart slightly the better or It lu
the third quaiter and Formosa, who had
Just got In the nmr made a dron l ick
just not in 1 lie Ram", mane u orop 1.11 k
from the 20 yard llii". l.arly In the last
qiiartcr. Formosa fumbled a kick and C
Matthexxs itcoveied It for Hrasm'Jt In
bark of the coal line. Krni.mil did not
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TEST ENTRY FOR SHEFFAR
o nillltnry l.rnxiir
lie Seidell at 711 (inmr
.Melvln W Sln'iiatd h. accepted nil
lux Italian to compete In tho Sffl 5rJ spe
cial 'scratch nice nt the annual Kami of
Ihe Seven! .(Iivt Infantry on 'December
31 11111 thvtn Ik some curiosity uiiiomk
athletes as to whether thin xvlll nieet
with the approval ot Ih Military Athletic
Some tlmo ago the league took action wtsi was compelled to show Ills best
iig-tllist .Sheppard and declared that heiforni 111 order to come through against
was Im Ilglble to leprftent the Fourteenth )D. It. Noiea. one of the team entered
KfKlmeut liecitine he bail been dlsrhatgcd by the Yale Chili.
from th" Twenty-second. It xvus said at
the time, Ihoush not olllclnlly, that rihep
p.ml woiiM be baried fiom competliiK In
all Kiimes held by members of tho Mili
tary Athh tic League. Since that time
hnucicr the Irish Aintrlean nthlele has
shown 11 disposition to h.come. a real Na
tional (iuaitlsui.tn and it Is believed that
the feellncs of the league officials haxe
softened toward him. The entry In the
Sevcuti-lltst will bu a test, utid If allowed
to compete theie It xi 111 he taken for
Planted that Sheppard will tie no longer
barred from M. A. I., lomrwtltlon.
Titter l 1 ' I n - Saturday.
L'ntNCKTON'. N .1., Dec. 0. Thr Prince
ton basketball live will play Its first In
tercollegiate league game here next Sat
titda.x fienlug. whin It line up against
I'enus) Ivanht on the lor.il floor, and Tiger
followets ix 111 get their Ilrst opportunity
to Judse the true strength of their team.
The schedule announced here to-night
provide for thirteen cm mis, with two
mom ("tilling. It follows:
n o,,rr 1 1. .Xlniihutuin ColU-g- t I'rlnre
lten. n, l'enns lianl at I'rlntston. U. Dart
, mi'llt ll at Hiinmer. 20, ponillng. Tl. St
' J'llm s I'ellsKe at r lliaikll 11 . .I.inltari ., penil
. , (.niullli,u M N,W rk; 11, XVes
Point At WVst l'nlnt. 1 l'rnimx Itaula at
Philadelphia, SI. I'lihiiuM.i at Print Man.
l-b"i.iry . Cornell at 1 Hint a. II. X al at
nw u,lvrn; it. t'nrnell at I'rlneMnti; IS,
lurtmouth at IVtiurton; Vale at ITIncr-
1 . ;
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..lOI.'lU 'ii.ni- Hlstniir.'. elnimnliin. llfrlarpt
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"'.: ",m " ""representing the Central Y. M. C. A
' I- nii 11 ftiaics.
I.ntlicr Wanted by
Inmanai-oi.!, Ind., Dee. 7. Chick
1 .,,!,. In,., .nl,...rlt v nf MUlrnn
star, who plated utlfity roles for the
Detroit Tigers for two seasons ind then
was sent to Providence. In all probability
uln 1.,, u.i.h imilnnnnoli next vear. In.
dlaniipolls asks him In exchange for
1 Charlie O'l.e.iry as manager.
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XUPOHICK STARTS OFF WELL.
Itefrnt flrommer la Oprnlnc Hound
of l'roHrelr Chei C'lnb Tonrney.
A. Kupchlck won In the opening round
of tlio I'roirrcU 11 Che Club flrat
annual championship tournament yester
day at the Cilfo Munopot, dcfcatlim Prof.
Jacques Qrommer of Paris In a Iltly Lo
pex litntlitK forty-five move. Kupchlck
had the white pieces and pressed his oppo
nent luird In tho inldtllo game.
Th Parisian. In the cxrltement of the
play, committed 1111 tiverslBht which cost
him n knight and the frame. A verv
Strom? field of phijer entered the lists
of the tournament. IncltiilliiR flucnr Chajes
of i'lilcaco, i'hnrle JutTe, Col. O. flrcen.
I. Teiienivurxel Dr. K. Putzman, John I..
Clink, lb'. Ilernnann Kcldani. H. Cllne,
I, Greenlierir nnd John II. Htaprer. ihinn
plon of New Jersey.
The pairing for Ihe (list round wa the
follow Iiik! Putzimiii 1. Oreen, Krldatu
vs. Clark, Kupchlck vs. (Jionntier, JulTe
vs. Chajes. Htnpfer vs. Oreenbi-rt;, Kllno
The Ilrst two Rume wete not stalled
nnd will not bo played until this after
noon. Jnffe net a little the better of hi
argument with Chnjes, uho was 11 pawn
behind nt adjournment. The Stapfer
OrretibcrK (fame wiim ex-rn, while Kline
was n pHwn minus apilnst Tenenwurzel.
hut hail mi excellent position. The pair
ing for the second round Is the folloivltiR:
Stapfer vs. Kupchlck, Orefnbers vs.
Kelilnni, 'Chnje vs. l'utr.m.'in. arommer
x-s. Tenenwurtiel, Clnrk xs. Oreen nnd
Jaffe vs. Kline.
UFSETS MARK SQUASH PLAY.
Ball of Crraccnt itnd IlHckrlt nf
Two reversals marked the tipenlni; nt
tho annual handicap tournament under
the direction of tho National Squash Ten
nis Asioclatlon terd.iy on tho courts
of tho llclKhts Casino, Jlrooklyn. diaries
M. Hull. Jr., of the Crescent Athletic
Club unil Casino champion, toKether with
V. II. Y. Ilackett, one nf tho leading
ls-rfornicrs of the llarx'anl itintliiKent,
yielded up their places, as the Ilrst day's
Clnd rwluccd the orlRlnul field of fotty
competitors to tlBhteen survivors.
(leorge Whitney of the Ilarxiird Club,
wlinitr of lust i'iir. Kith the limit mark
of minus 8 aces and 2 or no count, ex
perienced u narrow escape nt th hands
O. I Catlln of tlio lirifit-eport uni-
Club. Addison Camninck of the
iTuxedo ISaitiuct and Tennis Club like
The summaries :
First Hound- Frank 11 Htltue, plu ..
aces, ilefsand It. U. Wlgham, plat ; aces
and S hand. 11 fc. 17 H Addl.uti Catn
mark. plus 1 ares, defeated tv It Noyet,
plus r, att s and i h ind, 11 '1. H I .. 1.1
V 12. II. l'ni'e, plus .1 ncet 11 ml 1 h.md, de
feated H. llu)rr, plug 1 ares .tnd t hand.
IS 2. 15-6 W 11. Y llui'kett. scratch,
leff.ili'd tl'inlnn (irahnlll. plus .1 ate and -hanilt.
ID 14, 11 : tleorae XVIiltney.
lllhlllM 11 .ices 1 1 wo acet or no count I, de
flated !. I.. Catlln, plus 5 Ken, 1211,
15 1. 13--. Joseph ti. lxw. airarch. its
fiMtid S. Hlnniuii lilni. stralth, 11-10.
11 12; F. Page, plus 5 at and 2 hands,
defeated l! 1".. Park plus 3 aces and i
hand. 1510, 15 ; X F Torrance, pint ;
arc and hand, defeated V T .Hills,
pint .1 aee. hy default
Meconil Hound XV K (1. I'ope. pint 5
ncit and 1 hand. tlffe.He.1 XV 11 S' Hntkett,
siratrh, Hi 5, 15 11; Fred S. Keelsr, plu
1 lues, defeated Harold Toly. plut .". ac-s.
li V, 10--II. Ui tu; 11 it. JilllKie. siTMitn,
.lAfoul...! Armln U llllm- n.-riilrh 1.- S
l!-"':' SU tm!.ur.l. "scratch? IC .is flat. Ii
XV. II Chamberlain, plut ; lives uml
1 hand. ey ilrfault. F H. Dixit,
reran Ii. defeated .1. W. Apple, plus r. uttt
ati'i - nanus, ny iisinuii , iiiiutioinn '.num.
plus i ami - liunds. delisted rharl's
V. Hull. Jr., scratch. ! 15. ir. it, l 11;
llutlnlpli iSnrpel. srrntrh, i!.fM.. I. .In
1'nnt Irvln. sertt;li. I.y default i-prge
Ani..ill, pill- are. '"'" f,7" i I
u d 1 hand ' defeat. Vi
.at and 1 toll
gs? plus 1-le, and u.
t ornfll. Pius t .lien
i F 11 MrAiloo. lillis
li' II lilt IW r. t IIINK.I I'lU. . H" 'i ..ll.l. .IT ii
Iihiiu. defeatfd C. Truesdalf. plus i .ar.s'S'rt Ic. .able yachts arter the big race were
nml n huini. 11 12. 10- 1.1. li 10. F. A. 'vi'r' ""'en 7.1 footers racing In
csllir. plus aci-s and 1 hand, deb-alnl W I these wiiters would give tho sport a big
xv in ii, strateh. 11- ". 1.1 1 .1. Victor , boom. Ihe season would be a brilliant
tinatlvlj. Jr.. plu l ares and hand, de-1 one nnd would end with the International
frateil A c 1 Fatter, plut 1 met and " event.
lutnils. hy itrrault: Y t r.igs. pint ater .ma
acs atitl t hand. 11 In. 11 7.
Third Hound S. rttuitdrtrd. scratch, de
feated F. II. Davis, acratch. 151. 134.
lllrhmend County lluy Marly
At Manor Field. New llrlghtnn. Ktaten
Island, xesterdny afternoon, the
l.n I,l..l,m....a l-min... t.lAl.l J.I..I.
nt the expense of the tenm
of Hrooklyn, by 3 to 2. In a champion
ship fixture of the Field Club Soccer
League of New York and New Jersey.
Klchmond County established a good lead
In the first half, at the end of which
they had tho advantage of 2 goals to
1. The Centrals hnd the better of It
In the second period, but could not over
come their opponents' lead. Kennedy
scored two goal and Kaplln one In be
half of Klchmond County.
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SOON OR WASTE A YEAR
America' Cup Deed Ruys Dcfi
'Must Bo Ton Months
ALLOM BEING DlSOrsSK!)
IIc l-'ndcrsiaiifls Conilitioiif.', but
Hnsn't Mnde Up Mind Yet
So Far ns Known.
('Italics C Alioni, Ihe English yachtsman,
who Is now in this country, has met several
members of tho NVw ork Vncht Club and
tin dlfenssetl with them America's Cup
affair, He now thoroughly understands the
deed of gift and tho poltlon Ui club take,
lie lias, made many friend here and It It
generally thought that ho xvlll try to arrant
a raco for the famous trophy, hut whether
ho will want to raco under the rules that
governed tlie Inst three series of races na
one knows. If Mr A Mom Intends to arrangs
n series of races for next season lie xv
havo to act very soon, becatiso, oecordlng
to the deed of gift, ten month notice mut
be given, and no races nre to ho sailed be.
tween Nnvemtier 1 nnd May l. From Jsnu
ary I to November 1 Is ten month. A series
of races for tlie America's Cup usually
'jtit'iiun ti-i ten ti.i.ts at least, so mat inn
date for tlie first race could not bo set for
Inter than Octolicr :n. That would moan
that the challenge must be In tlio hands nf
the New York Yacht Club by Dccambor iO '
at the latest.
It is the general Impression among yachts
men that .Mr. Allom will return to Kng
land, discuss the challengn with yachtsmen
there, nnd then if he makes up his mind to
try to capture the trophy he will send hi
challenge through sonio Knglish yacht club
and at the same timo suggest condition
which t an lt agtectl upon under the mutual
agreement clause, Much a rnco If arranged
would lie sailed In lint and not next vear.
A challenger hut lots or work to do, and
In older lo have a fair chance or success
hit xucht should be deslgneti before th
challenge Is accepted. '1 hen, ns soon nt
the tletNils ol the race are arranged the
work of constructing Ihe vesel can begin
nl once. 'Ihe challenger has to bo built,
tuned 1 1 1 and Irietl in home waters and
(hen dismantled and sent across the At
lantic. It takes two or three weeks to,,
dismantle a racing yacht slid rig It for th
ocean xoyagc, and then the vnyncc Itself
lakes about a ttioulh. Another two weeks
nre needed lo fit out on this side of the ocean
iintl then at long a time as possible Is taken
for tuning tl t agnth. so that at least two
months out of I ho ten are lost lo the chal
lenger. Mr. Allom It said lo favor a race with
vncht of the 3.1 meter flat. When Hlr
Thomas Upton asked for a race with ves
sels or this class three years ago the New
York Yacht Club declined the challenge.
The club then (.aid that only vessels of tho
fist fiass should compete for this trophv.
It also ih" lined to concede to Sir Thomas
that yachts should be built under tlie re
slilctlons of the American rules, declaring
that the cup stood for speed on a given
xiuter line length only.
That was the answer lo the Royal Irish
Yacht Cluti. which lifted for SlrThomas Up
ton There Is.however.t he milt uul agreement
clause which allows the challenger and th
challenged to make ativ rule thev ma v agree
wii. "ii'i n I. nir..ir unit oir r.UKUl1!! HUD,
I a-llng for Mr. Allom might lie able to in:
I ""K'e th" New , ork acht Club to arrange
a race under it ow n rules und xvlth vessel
about i."t feel water line length.
.-"fn a -oin-si ttouin op very nomiinr
xiilh yachtsmen here. A 73 fooler could b
built and maintained for a racing season
for about SIOO.IKKI. xi Idle a !I0 looter like the
. Itellanee innket a big hole in a million dot-
' 1,1 r"'. . ' .l?asl '",lr " ychtmen
I wo".M '"'"i1 "' 'i1'" smaller chlss If the
hi eotiforttied to Ihe present rule of
I measurement becaii.e they would bo good
WftlchntiK llmitmrn tilde fart
I'l.AiNi-iEi.ri. N. .1., Dec. 7. Tho chas
of tint WatchutiR Hunt Club to-day took
the members over thn Wutchung Moun
tains and through tho picturesque valley
1 " distance of more than eight miles. The
hounds were met at tho poultry farm
nt Scotch Plain's, und there was a great
deal of fencing throughout tho run. II.
Stuart Mollis and W. II. Wlldey took
cruppers, but were able to finish. Among
thoso In the saddle xvero tho following:
It. IT. Finch. M. F. II. ; I.. B. Smith. Miss
ijcrtrudc Noe, Fred Alpcrs. II. I,. Finch.
Hroxtn Itolston. W. II. Wiley, It. 11
Towner, II, S. Hollls, K. n. Finch. J. .1.
O'Donohue. F. D. French. C. W. Holland,
lleverley Ilrown. J. S. Casey. Mlsa Mar
Jorlo Dana C, K. Ilellows, II. S. Farlee
and Huntsman Harrison.
ston divided wa
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