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THE SUN, TUESDAY. JANUARY 14, 1918.
j h that h will kep mi and do villi better!
'hi" Vfrfi n.ttta.. Mili'nv.' ttUI li-i a'
i'l etc ,v him rlllillli; the MpllllS di "
Alc(inn'i Hiu Ynimoter. Trv-
intr for Oiiificl
In Secret nr
Mtrrt Wiiltcrinn, the fernier Hitu
j'.itider liMiinVci , ita !ti town fcslcril.i
mid villi In itiiuld teate for 111' IVic'ifl
i ii.i", In t.t k.' rli.HKt' nf the H.iriMinrlM'i
( 1 1 1 mi Ilirti,ir I Hnltcrtini tlsited
the licinliii,irtcrs f llir Now Vntk N.t
j ttnn.ils .md I s.ild In In after .1 dnir nr
tttn finin tin- ill. mil' uMiplii"
The widou nf .IiiIiii 'I' Mulsh has triltten
In lr'!lil III Hempstead Hl.lllklllR tile
hoard nf directors of 111" .Vint Vnrli Nri
1'ifmul Iojiciic i'IiiIi fni Hip tcsnliitliiiis
LAH(ii-; as it r s I'fMvroTVi'i; '''."i"1 u- ,h' " '"h f Mr
Wlifllrw ihr Moll H;inl. Sprint
and f'jiii Cluli'li l'lii-s
Will vitIdii More.
Burn i "rM'', .Imvili.nn .-nut ,f t..,p
XT' foil 'Hue oiniiolil iviii.i, in i .
Oratt-J .-.'ei nhn ttlll he tiled ti In
h ti f Ih" "iiii nl in Mnrtln t i .'ina
md tthn tt ill in in I'lunri ptci.nt hcii
ars n'll nf their tnlis Hum. and Itnli-rt
on n Ml He li'.mts ill i,f In .1
Vin lllllllC M Hlt ,l-d tlli-tt I'fltipi't
earned i.. s-rt n.-i r.i-mine fur Hie I'nrt
Worth rl"-'i .md .1 i. nil in plawd tltli .u
lll lie U,IS ef lliiii l,Hl spllllK ll.V
Vfc.tSran iifii tin- 1 1 ,ini wen i-nmltit
.laohson a hlc feil.m H'r, Hill, thiv
01 him, h-ihI .iii-nril'riK m Alike Vnn. th"
Mohlt ho, Ii.im Iniprntcd Jnsl ion per
cent In tin- 'O.II 'n tin- Sunt Iitii Associa
tion. "oii mint Uimn him lies tune
-head n tini -li. riim tr-ll-i Miilun Sec
rfUi) I . r .-r nf (in- (I'Miiti hm .lai-nlnon
a Mvnrnl Mill I.imsi. in mjir. htilM -md
ctlolis I'.n- those .-.illntv fans whn Hon''
ccall I.inse In- ii kp.iAii tti.i Hi it Hill
ltll A Ji'Wl'l nf Ii.iM pIlMT. Siri,H,.lt
inknaril Imt f,i, ,m t i ppt!nti il Ivihh
iinnr, a tn'cim i luiiimi- .mil ,i ilrilr nf
h flrl Htik Tin Ti' mill f. th.it .mild
Kirk fnr u tl ball In tvr Hi. in In
Knrr ulin mi .I i- .iIkiiii i,it pr nc
"ny l!if lutt'r ' fu-t iimiI i hird
litter Tin- In lit in m S'liitlipi-ii
nm ynt .ih :'i!:i i i i. moi.m mo imlli
lard and pmpiN 1 t, ,nul turn hk.iIii,
'pine on thi impi m "ini ni ii ii-A i ii in,,!,
l It Mini hi Unit ISiicci nrntinhiui I Iho 1
Ihlqcofit K.il.'irlid I'ntclirr pvpi- In Imorluill
In f'liM'ltin.ill II Ii mild Hint h"ti Iti-i r- j
ii.. iiiii twin Ii.Miik In liuid Hh-mihIi.iii ii
.i l.i i j nf iiiipi'ri'iMlr-ntrd !i ivm i lfi'iiil
K tin- I'llll'llKii nffiT M1M lis Kimil lllf"!
llnmM la Ki-KllIB II nlintn nf ,( illpiMlil
, JpinikliiK nf MiiKrS. .Ino Tlnlirr, ,in nidlns
tn lu'iniinln, him nrfniiil $i5,nnn a unr In
.IiiImum Kllni:, iitnl that Ib ii pnii fni
iffm In a tnim shil IfM than a ii-ii at;ii
,i" iiiiinliil In n dnl wlili'li j"rt him
In ii liilli-nd rluh
liii null Chime In tin' Amnim" ;
! I.i-iut lotlf nrl'lllh admit" thai tin
U'nb!tii;tiins will win tin- pcntK'nt ii. '
t..i thin "II liaM' in tlirlit hn d'-r fur I i
I one thine nhlrh hlp .Inhnm niMtr
TnnHtit ohHiicrp l that nnhnHy l pti'klnt;
him to Tidn ald pnniiHtit
t .Inliii llonllcr rrturnrd ftrrlav frmn
th iirhidtil inortlnK In Alkn. M. C that
Is from tlio tnl ohdnIi instill, for II
I nan llirro that th doriitni'iits wfri "loiod,
jiriili-d and iipptnvid hy tin- duly ai'er'd-
Itrd roprriintHtlMi. of hnth IcaKiifn, Prry
I fuss and lleyrtlur of Iho .N'Htloniil audi
l.tidinKfin nnd lliurldd nf the Atnrrlcan
1 SpraklliK nf how rpII hn playrd rolf on
tho Hnn Air lltiUs Mr lli-vdlor wn. a
.tnrflit nf wnrdi, mostly Hdji-dlvf.v hut'
sil lout Iho schi'ilulcs hi wouldn't uttnr '
In th mattr of unlformt Mr(lrw will
.nick to Mark nnd whll this snon. but
iiirnnllnR tn .Insh Iipvor th fitanls' pen
nant prospects in coiilrur d rosn
RIVERS AMD CROSS
READY FOR BATTLE
Visitor l',piM't Victor,; l n
Knockout in Two or Three
HKNTIST NOT SO CON I'l I'KVT
I'.nl Snvv c Will Ontioint Hi..
Aihi'i'siirx I'oth Wi'ih
.In Hi-r. Hi MmUiin llchl . riuln.
and la'nili fin., of this cil asf'iitcil 1 1 1 n ;
ftlcnilK j ilcnl.i: that linn wniif.l l- i.
Up Inp i iiml 1 1 Ion fni th ten iniinil linnl
at til" llmplio A I' In nlulil Th mii
lid tin Imld wiil,. as IkiIIi uori' iiiidcr
til" Iltlllll UMKllI .unit I.1II plllllllls
Km Ii Has a fnrtei! nr l nun up tn a,n 1
this lRht at : (. n clock tliln nliic. 1
ni almiit ilfln niliiiitcs licfmc ilici ctilr
Cinss Insisted ' estcirini that 1' had tint
"laketied Ills wmlltlnti In ledncliic nnd
uiiu'd li" In possinn of all Ids iin.iil,
lie mi" mnildniit that h wmihl beat
I'.lieia on pninis and tnUhl isilbh put
i Miaii i i In sjrp Hut , -labi i,c
.miiii.I mil hi dm i .it l!n pi-s at in . Ilci.
Illlcis pinalim mid I 1 as laics
W I'll W t, lllll Hal I. ml. lib. I tn l.lmil,
i' ic.o nut M ti,, i. m., ,,, ti,,,.,. i, i. ml
He said Hal lie did., I l..i.c iiiucli nsp"' I
rm I'uiss. puiii Iiiiiu ah. Ml nnd Miiild
Willi' . fliiill I in -itart I' lllll l"ls
H III. h.l . I i , i) 111 Ml . ' III i, d II i,e till- IllM
Wll k III ll-li il.lt 4 .l fl it if hn limit!
ninlM Hull' a lull alnmint nf linxina hill
ll'lt Mill bo Kiel Hi Mlirpit.nl 'I'll! Mielll
lii think that i'inss uiiiik lift hand Jibs
"ill hiitr ilm Mnslciiii all al mm nltei
llln l.inii linn uiiiiii tmir iniinil1'
l lildlf i'iinii;li. In. U it 1 n nil; mi
if ihi.c mi '.in. i'i suit ni the limit, iillhnucl I
Hi,' i'Iiiiki is iiiiiisualit meat nnd hull
ill, ins burnt tn n einuiliil liiiipe 'I'll
fin I Hint III lis iiter has bnvd beio h I
l: I'plliK Hie I. t'li nlT Till": will lake i
lin el am e nt lie'liu stllllC
LATENSER MAY NOT ROW.
II,'IM .liille I.IUelt In llni' lnl',
l''i im I itliitiiltln I'rrn. 1
i '"lumlilii's i.eiv pi ii.iii i-ls were nf.
("It'll 111. It' I I. lilt t. tilll.lt V hi II t be-
i I''!' lii.imn that V .1 l.ntii.fi, .i tl
i ran nf fin 1'iisnus .inndllic. nnclit ,ini I
ibl" In int Ibis spilne 'tin it,ih!i ,
i.l'. ni ttn.4 (lint Ii was .tilting an ettra
In .It t M'lleilllle of "llhll' . and u illlil In
pllt.'C.lllt tlllllhl I Illltille nil llle Clew
l"ll.nl lit Hie salil" tliln' H l.alelpei
ti lltll.lllt I Ullllbl tn i lllHlKi 11. ihd.
llle hi iiisii w bo a i.tcr mil, fur br
' 1 "in i.f 'h,. I,i nni.iun I ! ! i"pi has
lll'l''! mil He li'tted III Hie I'lin frel.
in.n. i irfiu nnd in I'HI was In Hie mi
ninliliialliin al No, 7 U. rowfil a pow
ifnl nnt nnd waa conlrtrrl on of 1ha
niiliistnts nf th elBhl I..ial year h rlld
ml inw up ri his form of tha .saaaon
b. fni. 'inceli becniif a hiiBlnfSS trip
'" iiinali.i, Ids hum town, Iti the middle
nf !'"- Halnliic season caused hlin to Inae
tii'iil dial nf 1'iai'tlie All IhltiRS con
'd, ml. hmtetei', he tvna a powerful III'
n mi In lb (Viluinhln ahell t I'liugh
kiipsi last .liine atid he was looked upon
i I" hie aliuuM cei tnln nf a seat In tills
The belt shell which A K. Watd of
lldtett. ilm Is bull, line for the Columbia
i.itsltt eiRln is iilinii.t tead.i fm dc
lit lit, .hi ,lui Itlce tvns Infill llld ea
li hIiO The new bunt Is said In be on
nf th.. mt t hit t roliiniblii vr lias had.
The lines me much th" sain n Ihos of
Hi'- llimll-h lm.it which Columbia used
it I'miEhkeepsle Inn ornons hro and
nr" ile.slKiied fnr senwnrllilnias In imiKh
watci such as often Is encountered on III
I'i'HKhki rps course Th boat Is ytcr
u itnnii nf Ha ihnicti.Inns lhati Ih craft
LM-il b.i Cmnell and llaivanl
'Irtartr Ho tin Mnrrh IT.
Hr.Nvrn. Cnl , Jn l.tuhsr MoCart.t.
who h'nati his aenson of Iheattlcal pr
fitmaiires with an exhibition at the Audi
li)ilnm here lii'iikht, aniifliiin;rd this aflet
nimn that he will richt March 17 at Colum
bus, filnn tin snjs h will take on apt
i.l.m th promoter simnest, but he Insists
Hint III affair tk placa on that dat, first
l.'au ll Is his hlithday and second b
cause i s St Patrick's Da fe('arty
tats h mat h on of lh principals In a
bunt IVbriiaiv ::. hut this mutch as vet Is
TIGER STADIUM NOT SURE.
(Mhrr Thing la Be flnnn With thn
f I Is, 000 Foot Hal I Pand lnr.
Prinubton, N. .1.. Jn. 13, Accordlnn
lo a statement Issued here to-day hy Dean
Ifownrd McClennhan, rhnlrmnn of the.
Princeton honrd of nlhletlc control, run
cernlim that hinly'a meeting on Haliirday,
the eeecllon nf nil athletic atndlutn hre
In lh near future Is not us much nf a
certainty as has been reported
The tnlnules of Saturday's metln
show Dial a aiih-rntnmlttee, consisting of
Pcan McCleuahan. Dr lla.tcmfl. the head
nf th department nf ph.tslciil education,
and Howard Henry. IffM, the former font
hall end, has been appointed to consider the
f-ntlie subject of Prlnceliiti's athletic
lu'i'ds. and the question of the need nnd
desirability of n stadium Is only one nf
several Important matteis which the com
mittee will take up; other questions which
undoubtedly will com lu fnr a part of the
discussion are the bulldlnt nf a skating
rink, th Improvement of the fd hij
the training house and the ca and v'
erftl other channel to th local athletij
equipment The committee will iniik if,
report before the first of April, so Hmi m,
recommendations nia.i be brniiRln bef,,,
th nnlterslly Iriistn-s at th t si.Mn
This committee will hnte char of ih
disposition of the HS.nrirt balniic from tlti
McCormlck football fund, Rlvn tn i.
nssoclatloti In honor of the wlnnlnc nf h,
Ifill fontlmll chatnplnnshlp Strn Hinn
sninl dollars of this fund already list,
been expended on the erection of a nw
gateway to t'nlverslty Kleld
Other business transacted hy th r3ri
of control waa the reappointment "f r,
V. H. Maclnren as physlclarr tn th hM.
letlu tennis, also the rrappolnlmeni f
Pnrke II, ravls. 1 f3. as th TlRers' rp
resentatlve on the football rules rnmmli
tee nnd the sending- of an application for
the election of Princeton tn the NHtlnnal
The Rosiest Riding Ctvr hv The, Vtbrld"'
aU s aj
llur Actm st, i
a mmmmm boycc
Stop Breakdowns I
Save Repai r si I
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day or night it signals the driver
WHEN THE MOTOR NEEDS OIL
WHEN THE RADIATOR NEEDS WATER.
A block sljjnnl ntfalnst trouble. It can be at
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See It mk Space 640,
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