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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
STUDENTS BAND WITH,
PRINCIPAL AND WIN
Morris In Hold Indoor Moot,
Thnnjrh Faculty Stand
for n I'lny.
DECISION IS rXAXIMOL'S
J'rrcodrnt I'pliHd in Vote of
A tit lot ir Association
Wnnt It Soon.
Morris High School ha decided to hold
n Indoor meet Th agitation advocating
n school piny In tt stend met dentil ly
UMinlhious lot" nf tlio athletic nssoc.l.i
tlon, which mini for rotitluunncr of the
nt Mia I Hff.lii lit till hazards and nlsn Its
otcurrrnce Hi Hi" hear future
Thin nuteoui" brought Hlinut despite
strong opposition offncil liy th faculty
committee on Hthletlcs Their contention
was that .1 pl.n would serve the purpose
of a meat lioili flniiiirtnlly mid socially
at Ies etprn 11 larked tradition, how-
rvtr. nnd II was rctrnai.iillng athletically, j
was the senMmoMt 1 1 n t th" stnd"tit nnd
the principal, Jolin It lirtibclgh, f.di.
So th tiutivi.il combination piovnlled
am! a 1J13 meet was th" "idlet '
STARS FAIL TO APPEAR.
Si It' Prnollrr (lump nnd Win of
ilfFim Dnrsnt Cnmit. I
KfillUr" of tho b""t plnycs of th Htuy-
VMMit IIIkIi School nnd St"cu Prep
hockey teams in appear nt til" scheduled
time At St Meholns lilnk rteid.iy ninth
tllg caused til" game I i be rogatded bv
both side 11 a pi-.oiir.. affali Hallock.
th star of Stevens mid of the Cieront j
A C n well. ua. an even In himself,
why St"vrti ptcf"ri"d tli" came not
to be intuited with him alwent Capt J
Flatter nnd Hoar were th Sluyvcumit i
As agreed the practice sum' was plajed
Mid tesult"d In a 4 to I victory for '
Slvns Siti r,int. however, kept th"
opponents Hi doul" until rl e minutes be- .
for, til" cln.e of tll pa III", leading with !
nw goal to Stnrns's noii" It was then ,
that House th" coal of Stuyvrsant, per- ,
mltted font if ioIIhih to pits'. Into his
proterton and raui" th resultant defeat
STEVENS PREP NOT EXPELLED.
Jrey Srhltlr l.mtnr I'nta Cute
I p to Committer.
Th much talked of expulsion u. the
fltavane Instttutr Pip from the ..v ier
ey Interacholastlc I.eagu did not mate
rialize at the meeting of th" league dole
gates held at th- Hnirlnccr High School
In NewArk on Mondai evening Stevens
tnourred the dlsplcasui" o th" other mem
hr of tho IcBRiie. IncludlnR th" Har
ringer. Kast Orance and Montclalr Hlch
chool. b HftlllatlnK Itsslf with the Nen
York lnterscholnettc Hockey I.casu" with
mt first otitulnlnit the sanction of the New
.lersey organization In the vote that was
taken East orange delegates were the
only ones to tnsl-t on Stevens withdraw.
Int. A resolution th"ii wam pased ro
ferrlnf the entlrn matter to a committee
mails up of a faculty ndUsr from each
school for tlual illipmltlon of the case
HKaltist Steicn" The lirlnclpal hoort nt
tho Stevens pcliool N hockey, and as far.
hb the New .lersev hluh schools are con-
cerneil the llohoken Ims are In a clays
by themselves Only Montclalr has made
tin attempt to put a hockey team In the i
Held this winter and th" Stevens men I
arltue that thev weie forced to look to'
the New Yoik ikIiooIs for opponents
N. Y. A. C. ELECTION QUIET.
n Opposition and few Volei f
Direct nominations, tried for th first
Hill this jear nt the New York A. C,
proved so successful tlut nti election
uli-ih a few months aeo was looked upon
likely to proMd" a hitter sttuscle was
h"M without opposition. The tefoini or
lnurK"iit 'letnciit cpiletlv oo?ed Into oftlce
with m total vote not exceedltiK U0 of the.
neatly fi.oftn rnetnliets of the club
Th" retlilnc pi"s.lent, Col Itohrrt M
Tliotiipon was thei" to cH his rooit
wlslns (. Ms aiKV' hnf William II I'F",
and to commend th otln' otr.i inls of th
"nib that had snppoiied h ,olinlultiii
t loll. "ol. Tllll'llpsotl K.lIU thut h" could
not lem.iln lotut"! nt "n h",nl of such ,i
IlllCf nir.i'nr.illnn Wilhoil' In Itm In u posi
tion to do iI.m work t"iillrcd of him II"
s.ilil that he would he none out of th
"It J In lb" futilii'. but that be ahva
would be with Ihc bovs of th" N V A. f
and that th" tub could ili piud on him for
,II1V selVlc- Wltllltl tils MU.M
There bi'Pii: im llithl '' ilt.iw out the fac
tions, th" iiiemliiTs d.iU'ed over dinner and
It was neail.x D o cloi k before a niionim
imiiIiI be :n,i"!creil for the annual tti-et tu
S"eral iiiiietidiiients to tin' iMtisttttitmn
Wfle Mlbllil'tid, Ml" lno-t 1ltiliii't'iit oe 04
Oil" PtoxlilttiC for two new .'ias-cs of III. :n
berslilp- .i!.oclate and sins of inenibn
The lattct Is far riarlunc. as tt Is dt vised
to fin ther ccinent th" f.imil.v fcellns in the
club, which s so hniil to maintain In an
orcanlzallon tli.11 with the new clnyx-s
will have probably COiW niembct"
The amendincnls ni r.trrlrd so that
now young men l'tweeii the ii?s of II
and M-.irs of ,ice m;o Join th" club as
aoilatc inembrrs h uiakliis u partial
p.i)tn'iit of jfiO on th" i"iruliir Imatlon
f"" of jjini mi Attaiiiliic the as" of IN
ve.im tlie may beeotne reeular ii.enilrs
by compMltn: the payment of the Inltl.i
timi fee Th" sons of memtieis nr to be
admitted on .1 much more 'avoiable husls
The s.inu- ae are ri'O.u'.rrxl for sons of
members of tHe ye.it s standltic, but the
Initiation fee of l nil that Is required
of them and at the end of their proba
tion they mas become irtnilar members
without further Initiation f Hoth cl.isses
lnve to IM tie i"culnr ilue of ti"
("ol Tliomiison, llartotv S Weeks, .1
S"aver I'.iRe and .li'iitilncs S Cox were
anion"; those who addressed the meetlnc.
The best of feellnc preMllbvl lllld th" re
cent blckerltiKK Wile nferred to only In a
Jocular manner The otllcers elected
President. William It. l'ac". vice-president.
Dr James N. West, secretary, l'red
It I'ortmeyer 1 tr"asnr"r. Martin S. I'uln,
captain. Paul I!. Pllcrlm . Kovrenors to
ir" two ears Itobert Appleton. Mat
thew P llalplti, t'liarl"" I. t. onnrl. I'r
llernard !' O'Connor. Charles 11 Pond,
William II Seabh. n draliam" jSin,-th.
John A. Topping
A, A. U. DISQUALIFIES
Plnyinc: Arralnst rnrcfristcroil
Crescents (,an,JO' Toublc
IT'S CHANCE'S FIRST DEAL.
rxln . York Career b- ddlnc
Chlraco Vnalh to llnli Itoitrr,
CuiCACKi. .Inn 14 Fmnk Chmce has
nrtnered his rtrst deal as a New Yorker
Anthony Carlo, former Wendell Phillips
Hlch School southpaw pitcher, w.h p'ay
with h! team this year Carlo received
a wire from M.maser Chance tlit after
noon tnfnrnilnv him thnt everythlne was
settled for him to Co with the New York-
"Chance advised in" to Mart crtlns
Into condition at one of the local HthletN"
clubs," said Carlo. "I was ready to slsn
with the llrowns whn Chance akeil me
If 1 would like to tty New York. A 1
learned what I know, of the r.ime nt the
Cub park under Mordceui Brown, of
eours I was anxious to work tinder
Chance So I said yes "
Catlo has had remirkable iurces In
nil-pro ar.d minor leajrus baeball, Last
season h was with th" International ;
l.eanie for r. time.
MOORE MAY GET "C" BACK.
Vletorr "t nla. Tram To-nlcht Will
Mlkr edrd Trn Pnlnta.
Billy Mooie. th versatile D Witt Clin
ton athletp who waa deprtxed of his
school tnslcnla at the closn of the football
season, gradually Is fulfilling a oondttlon
which will restore them. Moore now Is
devoUns his time to runntnir. To date h
has earned eight points of th ten needed
to win his "C "
To-nlfht the mil relay team, of which
ha ! a member, will run at the Katner
Mathewa T A V Society ams at New
ark. A first or eeoond plaeo for th" quar
tet will furnl'h th taints needed
tlrnnraar ana Knhlrr Win.
Srtctal L'abl rtenpatc'i to Tsi Np.s
Nick, Jan, 14 American owned horses
f!cutd In the hutdle races here to-day
In the Prix Hoses, HeneIo owned by the
American James llenn"j, finished flnt.
M Yell-Plcard's Clarlse Ilarloive fin
ished second and Novelty, owned by
Charles Kohler, another American, cap
tured third pi ice 1'our horses rnn
Jockey Carter rod" the wlnnr. I'arfre.
mont the second horse and Williams was
up on Novell v Camyrc, also owned oy
Mr Kohler. nnd with Williams attain rtd
1ti. carried off premier honors in the Pr'
!eux Golfes, in nhleh lpht horss run
Klv frate's on Camyr" brousht SI
All Hall t'nmniorinrr Ureiel !
Pint.APElJ'llu, Jan. 14 The Corinth
ian Yacht Club has elected fleoree V
Chllds Drex"l as Its commodore to suc
ceed K. W. Clarke, who declined a reelec
tion. At Its most enthusiastic Catherine
In recent years the board of trustees an
nounced that there were now mote than
two hundred members of the club and
that there were 111 yachts earolniT the
C Y C rennant,
niery Christmas holiday season the
haskitball situation pros Ides a peck of
tioiible lor tin' olllclals of the Amateur
Atlile'l.- t'nloti, but the olllclals of that or
Rlltll.atloil Who feel II Itulllllbent oil thrill
to lonlrol this sport never hae had lo
fine such a ceneinl oulbieak of ilti
siilictloneil callus and the HHtlltltic dls
Miialllbd ii'iiors as evlsts at present
HovInK colli hp leains 11 n- not the only ones
!i"-ioiislhlo for the revolt ncninsl the nil
llusr of th" A A C The Crevcetit A. C
f IItookln tiinliitiillis nil tinn clsteted
tialll 111 det'.lillce of the A A L'.. H till to
I'tltitf tin- t'l.itter closer homo seveml clubs
li the Metiopolltnti Assoclii lion hiive had
tbelr teiiinx 'iinUalll1ed for playlnc uu
ti c'steri il cami
Tile Clisn'llt C hS started tile ball
mlliiic men il for the srn.on bv plavluc
panne Willi Manhattan Collece, I'ordham
rtiivVrot Si Johns t'iilrrytv and
I 'oil lei hiilc Inrlitule These leimm Hie
dlsniMlitleil. bill the nli In. f does nol end
there, for In due ionise nil other teams
tbnt plav iicalnsl nil of the disqualified
ones will ipeit with the s.inie rate Not
oiilv that but the pin vets will b" baited
from eonipetliic In nil sports over which
the A. A. 1" has Jurisdiction
Th" ev Ulsioti of nil these teams ftom
ti e benetlt of A A I competitions ,ii
imreiitly did not disturb the equanimity of
th" Crescent A C miiiacein 01 tlioe of
tbn mlU'Ces The llionklyii cub went
nimly ahead w.th the nitiiiicements foi
th pnme hcholiiied with Yale CnlMosltj
last tilcbt This came to the notb of
J W Sliiinpf. I'lialrm.in of the retflstia
lion conimlttee of the Metropolitan Ano
il.itlnti, and he lent word lo the niati.ie.r
of the Yule team that tin" member of the
t"am would dlMuallf themselves auto
nmtlc.illv if tliev pla' ed .iKalnst the Cies
ient l'urthr tlmti that the tclstratloti com
mittee asserts that the West Point team
tin contracted the hnblt of plnyiriK
acattut ntbletlc ciub teams ul.d that th"
cadet tlimeforo nt" disqualified Tli"
ti.lddtes will be In th" f-ani" I mat shoitly
as It Is said that th "rscents hav" made
arr.itiretnents to go to Anjiapolis to pUy
the Nnvy team
One far teaching effect of the disregard
of th" regulation for the control of has
l.tball Is found In the case of the Toronto
I'nherslty team thnt disqualified ltslf by
playing against the ltockvllle Centre team
One of the Toionto pla.vers Is Mel llrock,
one of the best middle distance runners
In Canada and u member of the last
In addition to th" teams namd the
following have been disqualified Trinity
Club. Ilrooklvn iil"iimoi" A 1'. Hath
IWMrh ntul. Visitation Club. Hrooklyn The
official of the Amateur Athletic I'nlon
haie determined or drastic measure Op
of the first steps will be to tefiise further
sail tlons to the C parent A. C If this
oillse Is taken th" Crescents will have
to abandon boxing tournaments or else
.! up In open defiance of the A A. C
by running outlaw met.
With legard to Tordham and Man
linttan. colleges that have received sanc
tions for athletic lames under the A A.
I" rules, a sltulUr policy Is .favored by
Mini of tho A A. V. officials, who object
to the union li"lng used for one sport and
Its rulings disregarded for other
Pinal Krhn of Chanrr Ural.
Detroit. Jan 14 Hed Corrlden, the
Tlge'r lnflelder who was the hln on
which the Chance deal was "ivung, to-day
s a r"ub The official documents trans
ferrins him to Ch.iMRO were signed to
da Deipite the f.u-l thar lnctntiatl was
concerned In the deal Corrlden wn trans
ferred dliect to Chlcaifo. In doing so
Pre.ldent N.tvln of th" Tlgets shifted to
Cincinnati the obllcatlon to pay the Kan
:is City club a plaer or II. Ron. which-
ver 1s suitable Although the deal prac
tically had been cimplrteil iinit time Hgo.
It had not been closed fotmallj and Cor
rlden was a Tlrer unt'l to-da
The New Garford Six
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a combination of every European and American six cylinder advancement.
The new Garford Six is a five passenger
touring car. It is electrically started; all
lights are electric; the horn Is electric; it has a
sixty horsepower, long-stroke motor cylin
ders 3s., " by 6", the wheel-base Is 128 Inches;
the tires are 36" by 4"; It has demountable
rims, the very practical and popular left
hand drive and center control, and of course,
completely equipped with the very best and
finest accessories. The price, complete, is
This is u new Six throughout. Kvery
single part, such as the motor, the electrical
rquipment, the axles, the transmission, the
Irame, the speedometer which is driven from
the transmission the big, single electric
parabolic headlight, sunk flush with the radi
ator, and (be one-piece all-steel body is new.
In fact, the entire car is an entirely new de
velopment in design, treatment, style and
finish, based on the very latest Huropean and
American Six-cylinder practice.
See the New Garford Six at Madiaon Square Garden, Space 104
The Garford Company, Elyria, Ohio
The R. & L. Company, Js President
1880 Broadway, New York City Fulton St., and Bedford Ave., Brooklyn
Central Ave. and Hudson St., Newark 91? Boylston St., Boston
Prices for Cornell Jnmprri,
Ithaca. Jan 14 Three prltea to be
awarded to the Cornell Hack men maklnc
the best hIkhvIiik In a series of events to
be held in the board track mti this
winter have been presented by n former
Cornell track man whose name Is with
held. They consist of coin, silver and
bronre medals and will be given to the
man scorlni; the most polnta In eight
events. The first five men In each will
score The events Include the standing
and running broad Jumps, the standing
and running high Jumps, three standing
Jumps, the running hop, step and Jump,
tunning high kick and the pole vault.
Kelly-Springfield Automobile Tires
at the Garden Show this week
AS part of a car's ability to give you continual service and
l pleasure depends on its tires, part of your time spent at
the Show ought to be spent in learning something, about
the long service that is built into Kelly-Springfield Tires.
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20 Vesey Street, New York
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YALE LOSES GAME,
ALSO ITS STANDING
Jlisqualified by A. A. I'.
Its Playing Crosopnls.
Who Win, '2'.) to IS.
The Vale basketball team lost to the
Crescent A. C five at ths latler's court
In Hrookn last night by a score of
: to 13 The Hrooklyn quintet was more
than a match for ths New Haven bojt.
at nil stages of ths game. The visitors
did not succeed In caging a single basket
from the field In the first half.
Crescent tallied 13 pornta In the opening
ssslon. while Yale waa saved from a
whitewash through the accurate tossing
of Hwlhart from the foul line. He placed
four points to Yale'. credit In this man
ner. Threo field goals were scored by
Yale In the hecond period, each the re
suit of a pretty shot by Stackpole. fine
111 particular was a striking phot from
far down the floor. Swlhnrt and Stack
pole accounted for all of Yale's 1.1 points,
the fotnier raging three tnoie fiom tho
foul line In the second half.
Th" winners enlivened nn otherwbe
tnme gain" by snatches of really. brilliant
passing. Th" combination of Plnger tu
Hiath 1 liiciunlng a featuir nf note to all
the Crescent fun, for It Is the Invariable
rule that the team work exhibit, ri by this
pair docs mote to break up the oppusliic
ilefeiue and aids morn In tin- MoiIng for
I'tescrnt than any other factor
The New Moon coiiibltiHtioii displaced
team work whin they cnose to mctt
themselves last night. Th" Yule cuaids
inilld not ropo with the fast work and
skilful cu.iiriltig of their opponents and
were rattled Into making Ioiik shots which
nvnllrd them nothing, rirrpl nn the one
occahion of StiirUpiilr'a rU'vcssfiil h , ai'
Heath, liob.irl and I .re Here the point
gitltHTH for i 'i except, getlliiK thi'lti 22 of
thr total 2'J points Th" two foiiviiids
were th" blight light or the ;ew Mnoii
crs, iilthoiiKh llobarl w.ih no mean f.u'loi
where action w.ih concerned
Yule's playing of this t'trscrnt five iln
qualltles the train with the A. 1'. an
the Iliiiokiynlles aie mil irglstrird. ami
teams In the athletic union will be limied
from plailiu; the Mine of New lliiw-n.
Yale. I'cultl ins ' ieCrnl 1. 1'.
Hwlhart.. Itlghl fn'war I . . . Unoi 1
Pitt . I .eft lo . . Ilesih
SUtckpolr. . l i litre II il rl ,
Hernmll lllltlll Cinr I. .. r-
tili ir. I.' fi nnrl . .. HI i
Hcore rrecent A ('. .' ,!" il O' -from
Held lleslli. 1 isi.ni. i, I. nol i I. ,
HtarUpnle, 3. Iilucce ton- hum foul UU c
Swllmrt, 7 .SiihMll t Mm kpiilr fin IM'.
I'obb fur Sliirklinle. S a kenlr mr i nhii. Unit,
for Nlsrkpolr. bclid r .n IImi.i.iii licfmr
O'Shca, HI. .loiui il eifhiiUr .n iiiln'iiis.
The Cadillac plant in Its equipment of fine machinery, fine tools,
jips, fixtures and appliances is not equaled in the motor car industry.
This equipment includes more than half a thousand special auto
matic labor saving machines. Of these, many are capable of turning
out from two to ten times he volume of work produced by ordinary
methods,- -an important factor in making possible the Cadillac price
and an important factor in making possible the Cadillac quality. The
equipment includes more than 100,000 tools, dies, jigs, fixtures and ap
pliances, of which some 20,000 were made by us especially for Cadillac
To locate the Cadillac at the show, just look for the. busiest exhibit.
ttobrrl Trrnt I'alnr -il llerlrcteil. '
HoBTON, Jan. II -llnbril Tu.il I'.iuie
2d, owner of th" sloop mu In Shiinna, wa
reelected romntoiloi of t he ILislcrii Vacht
Club at Its iilillll.ll nieelnu; hi Id In the
Algonquin Club thin evening. 'I'hr oilier
iilllcers i hnsell wire llelbelt M Se.us, :
vIcc-iiiniiiH'iloie . C. II U Knsti r, tear
romniniloic , tlciir.v Tiiggiuil, secretary ; j
Patrick T. .lackson, treusilter . Ci nu-e A
Coddaid nnd I'Viink II. Mrijiieiitrn, ineni
bers of oouucll at Iiiiko. laiulh ,M. CI, ill,,!
Henry A. KrolhliiKhaiii, I'l'edericl, M
lloyt, Henry A. Mnrs ami William l;
Stearn. nwittn runiniitlce. The iiilea:
adopted bv the Atlantic roast eiiiil'i'iencr
were ncceptul hy Hie club with sumo few
amcinlmciilH for local conditions.
t Iroltr .i Ilolilonli siuo.
Chii'auo. .Ian. 14 '.inner t minsl.e of
the White Sox tceelvnl the Hlanrd con
tract of Pllclier CU-otlo to-ibi.N Thin iloen
rviij with the report that the knuckle
ball cxpcit Is u holdout.
KEW YORK IN GRAND CIRCUIT.'
llenilrlllr Ullhilrnvts In I'svor nf
llniplrr City Trnrk.
I'tVTSHi'Ml, Jan. H New York city liasl
been put back on th" grand circuit and til"
famous old llr.idvill" track near Huston i
has di npped out. Itcadvllle withdrew In
favor if New Voik hilr in i he hshi.ii
linr lo-day of the tlrand Clicult stewards
lb 'oilvlHe had bci n aw.iulid the d.itu
fiiim Auiiil :'.' to Ho linlushe, but wa ved
Iliin N. )reir,iux of Cleveland was
leeli i ted pioMdciit, llomei .1 Klls,, Clri'r
l.uiil, 'eeiclai.v-lie.istiiei ,uiil l'red 1W)
ill I1. lloil. Ml, h, 1 ii e-pirMilellt
Wlndsiii. i n . h,is the other now ap
plic.iiil iiwiinleil il.iii, Miiutre.il. Canada, I
cud Spi Inullelil, 111., wen, tinned down,
'llllnllll'l IIURH S e i s Weie lli.nle III;
land Hum mi the ilumt New Yolk
.isl.ed for tAo weiks nf 'aelii and mil I'll1
O'le I! .11 illhlliw nf (lie llie.ltlT New
l ink I' ih mid ll.ieliu; A-Miclulloii said I
the a-im lut i i 1 1 had taken 11 ten c,ir le.mc'
Oh III" Cuilille City ( i in U It Is lllteliueil 1
to hold a blu f.ilr Willi lb- r,i,iinl Clicult
race. i .is a lieaillinei The piiiiiiotris III-'
tend In buhl .1 nil" Week lllei t for ll.l'fj
llllle till, -1 Ill be followed illlllledla II 1 I
by the tlninil Cltcuit i . Culiimb'is,
llllo, .III, I I.exlllKllill, l . Here awaidcd,
the ii'i ual two wcrk- uuiiiK dates. I o-1
foil, Mich, will ui'l Hie iiel annual itii'ct-,
Ina net lor .l.iniiaiy III, l;i 1
Tlie sleWllliU ailoplnl ,1 llllo pulllllgl
eitalii iclialnt upon urn Iioim winning ,
llllii stake i.ieea .iitqi runtlnir $tfi,iiu III I
pin nes Am viich horse will lie put Into
the chi-H ilesignaii d li III- be.,1 mailt In
any !" This will pi i vent hona. Ilk"
ilailcu and .l ie IMI.-lii-ii wiiuiIuk all th"
big puiscs The mil ti.nl the uiiHilimoiia
approMil of lb" id cwa rds.
'rho Hiiro hr.il sjstim of races was
adapted. It provides thut uu mure than
EXHIBITED IN SPACE NO. 2 GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
STUTZ MOTOR CAR CQ
1804 BROADWAY NEW YORK
! thrre heats will be held In each class,
, each heat to ! a lace Should ll.'.MIO lie
olfeied In a cl is contesting hoiscs would
race foi JtiMi In each heal The winner
.will rrcelvo An per cent, of the pur."" or
j f "00. the Hecond gets Sf, per cent or linn,
111 - third Ki per cent, or ?ti and 10 per
cent, or $lu will go to Hie font III, Tim
! folliiwlug M'liedule dates weir adopted :
j Windsor, Dill., .Illlin 3U, .llllv I, J, 4.
I I'leirl.ttnl, Ohio, July T, S, i, in, II, J
, I'litsliurg. I'a . .lulv II, li. m, i:. k, t;i
I liunulii. s. v, .iniv :i ;i. ss, si.,
'ilriuiil ll.ipMs Mlili Jul) :;ii, ;;i.
i mikiisi i. . Knl.iiii.171111. Mich. August I
, ,. i.. v. !', in irnii, Mich, AimiiH, II. i:
H. II, I,. Hi. S.ilcm. N Aiibiiki 1 1, I!'
I .". :i, :s . verk cm, Annum
I SB i'T. Ji. :".i. II". Iliulfiinl. Conn, Hrptem ,
'tier I I, I. r.. 11. Hm.iciisp. N. Y. Hrulem 1
ber s. ji, in, II li, Deirnll Mlih, Heinrtii
I her 1. 1, ID, IT, IS, 19, I'll, o I u in 1 ma. Ohl",
I Hrpleuibor Vi, !3. 21. Sr., ;;. 2? ;io,
I lrlol.ee , 'J, 8, , x l,i ic t ,,, Ky, Oilr.hrr
l.. T. t, !. 1, II. 12. 13. II. IS, 111. It. li
the Hotel Astnr. This rluh has done
in Its short history and Is In h Annus ,
londltlon. After the usual roullii" '"
ncss the following offlcci. were clei i.
Commodore, Henry P. Walbrldgc .
iiomiiindotc, John W, lllrd; rear rutin
dorr, Kdgnr A. Slerck : secretary, 11 1
l.ooml., tiHiHiircr, lMward J. We
tiienMuier. William Uardner; tiusin
iliis.s lillfi John T O'ltourkr, Chaile M
Ualbrlilur iit Coiiiinod'irr.
Tli" annual mretlng of tho Manhasset
Uay Yacht Club was held lait night at
U Fnnch J4 Italian Vermouth