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EMPIRE CLUB TO BE
(Roxlncr Cnmrnis'iionprs llpcoivc
i Complaint's mid Summon
I tho Mc.Mnhons.
CALL POLITE AND FIREMEN
ANOTHER BAXTER CUP UP.
special Mils Will Peatar IilMr
Itclay 1'nrnlval of Colombia.
Columbia will hold Its twelfth armual
Indoor relay rnrnlviil In the Seventy-first
Itr clment Armory on February IB, The
Columbia track authorities are not lit all
superstition, for they ave arranged a
rriiKriiniti( of thirteen events, which con
lst of ls relay i.iccs, nix open handl
oil cunts and the H.ixter mile.
of the stv relays four "111 cot
lKliile eients, the otic and two mil In
d.idr ItitiTTillcf;t.it" relay championships,
a on" rnlli- Inteicolleglate relay Class IJ
.mil ,i lace of the same distance between the
classes of tlw university The two other
ipI.iv events, which will bring together
i OrVnU Horn Pr-nriininec nf IHvnrc. ' th- crack riuartcr mtlers of the club nnd
I ' tin- regiments, an a oni mile National
Cross HoiK Will Havn
n Fair Denl.
(in. ml rcl.ij it ml n one mllo club relay,
imtii iipitm handicap events.
I Mush It.ixter, one time national pot
i vault champion, lias glvm a second trophy
; to succeed his first famous Baxter cup.
x ..i.in , i Thi- first trophy was won finally by A. It.
. A r . M t.J" ,h 7" ,hC. T5?,V,r' 'lvlnt ,,f " " American A. C. Klvlat
fcVnihe?. m promn,'1"; ," M-'Mnl'"" I cam., back In the last year's llaxter race
- r ' m , " h"'1'''' ,'ln,wn ,U th? f n I mitt. in O-oar lledlund of Ronton for
mntc Athletic Commission ncrt ..... . i ..... . ...... j ..... .i. .......
v.l. ...I. .. i. t 1 mi ir.ijm i.ner i.e.. mill lliiii tir ciuro
hi ii n h1,'! '' a" '"r",,,,,;il,ln" l-f'H- The rule governing this cup are
rroVsho... i ,h,,",'l,nc "V"; Ilvrr"-Ias before, that It must be won three
) ' nVlrtil V M7v?Tn .time b on. organisation and the trophy
I.I?. . ! J'1" v- been u hi ,,,onR to ,h(. rot,Mflt who while
. ... n, in ii.ii .-niir-.- will
their license should not be revoked
The officials of the 1'ollce nnd Fire
departments who were on dtitv nt the
clubhouse last Tuesday night nlso have
ben requested to attend the Investi
gation, Written requests for their
presence were sent by Secretary
Charles J Harvey to Commissioners
Waldo and Johnson yesterday morning
The Inquiry Is prompted by numerous
complaints from citizens which have
keen received by the chalrmnn nf the
commission, Frank S O'Xell The com
plaints set forth that the Empire A.
C. overcrowded the bulldlnit In which
th tlRht wns hehi and In various other
) violated the Krawlev bnxlnt; l.iu
i.ommiMsiiiiier o.Neti said ycstenlav
that In conducting this lnvestntion
It should be rememlieroil that th.i com- , r,. r. i ins in
mission Is vested with certain Judicial' nlllTllhlR I' 1VP BpatPIl 1 5 10 1 .
powers ana is tiound liy law to irlve
i representlnc such orsanlzatlon makes ths
fastest tune In winnlnc the event.
The open A A. t' events will consist of
a o yard daeh, a 600 yard run, novice, a
1,000 yard run, a five mile run, a tilth
Jump, six Inch limit handicap, and a six
teen pound shot put, All the events
sxcept the too yard are handicap comps-tltlons.
IN ROUGH STRUGGLE
promoters under charges every chance.
m neienn mcmseies.
"The commission must have conclu
sive IcKa! evidence upon which to base
a verdict," said n'Nell "livery deci
sion thnt Is handed down bv the com
mission Is subject to review lit the
ipin'ii.ne im visum
Throuprh an Inability to
Cornell trounced the Columbia baaket-
h'.ll fonm In n iniu.lqi.nlap m... In fhe
I have reeelvnil . .
certain complaints ncaln-t the nieth- I Mon,mK!,1,, fominasmm last mni d- me
oas or the McMahnns n conductlnc i m,r' or 19 IO 13' Aitnougn tne score was
the Hlvers. Cross bout and there mut onesided to a sllnht deitree the playlnr
be a thorouph lnvestctlon I know I was all the other way. for Columbia
that there Is milCtl mihllc rlnmnr ...I... J -v... -J
against the Kmpire a. c. but I m 7 , ,
be remembered that the co.nmlsslon " an- ' fr' ml"u'" mana'J t0
noi nri without substantial proof that I r',Kr ,nP onl "rr-
the law tins been violated The lthntans cot off with a flvina- atart.
"The McMahoiis 111 receive a square I a couple of Ionic shots down the side of
It . CHrrt.""i i;omn,l',.nV HI nrrlte. ,,. court bv rapt. II. C Halstead puttln.
5iv 1' e.i ' " .? ':,ocl I them m a commandlnK lead before Co"
V. ....A.- ,v,. i n.'il 1 ! Himbla woke up. After that It was a stem
VfSJ ,?., - , h".J,'"i: "",nl'1" to '"""' f" f'"- " ""'l 'hlte was
e the bout becilllse the T re Ilennrt. i . ...
,.. lj i . . i ' Hi I ii' ii. Mini ii.tu it nut i"-rn lur leil-
. J. ! th" ttond.rful seorlnc from foul the
ew?... J ? It V ; ' t,n?"ni '""k champions of a year aKO would have been
;.rK" n,' U " ,of ,h" fnPI --mothered dtsRTaccfully At th- end of
.v. .7., ", r ' mu"1 the half Cornell was leadlnn, If. to 6
nr,l ,1 vo"' wa : Th- contest was brilliant and fast.
a .' '. i , . . much mi that the pace began to tell At
th. ?hen the FmMrlat """'"n' Ul" ,,H,ll-r "a" " """
f! , 1 n F-m"ir' , c PP ld There was unfortunately more rouch play
Wl i , . promoters In- .-otntnK from Ithaca. One of the Cor-
,1 f w',,,,m.1r'"?,n ,,mt1',"1w("'l';nela,,H. d c. Malstend. was disqualified
v ,IZ -bh Tv.nl ;, ,?"0,lf' ?,"y ;for fn,,r 'oul nd "ch man on
S'.i. . lolated the law Hut ,.. rornell team had one or more to his
whether such an aKreement would cut;, imorcllt tthen the whistle ended the
I JKUr ''"Present controversy tstruccle. The fouls were Columbia. 9;
nobod.t In authority it as tvill.iic , 0nlJ. f01)r nf th. Columbla
say yesterday tot(ll wprff ,.r!,oniil
., . ...... r .. . ', The deadly aim of the Cornell team as
MINUS SANVTXLE, WIN EASILY. whole was whut beat the Sew Yorkers.
, Mot of their scorlnc they did In the first
mheri . ,,nlr ,vhr" they managed to break away
Peaa Keep, ni.barrrd mimmrr not ,rom . Columbia cuards and score
Tbronah Coorleo. what seemed Impossible baskets. Capt.
llnltn.1 nrirf 1 1 1 ..Karl. n. w
scorni twice early In the same,
Philapei rut. Jan. 1 ' Pennsylvania's
iwlmmlnif team won easily from the Col
lege nf the City of New York to-nlKht In
iw rooi at tteicniman ii.iu, liy the R-ore
I'he second half was all Columbia's, hut
the New Yorkers were such poor hands at
nootinc that tliey failed to score once,
nVch ' 0 o 0 T , ,'w m" "7err '"h.,h--v hi'd h the Treater part
' , , m inr. mile
J'v,r :r !-'r ".'
' j ; - 'a pa me.
innji; mi illienueij me meei. n wis noi
because C. (' N V protested, for thev
The score follows:
Mlf ht forward
l eft t-uurd .
Hlht sunril .
.Score Cornell. tt I'Mlnmi.t
f.fld. It V lll5led. ll,vr.erlV .' I: o c. Vu
Men. i roj, I.undrn, Henm (ioitl. from foul
lienon. II mil ul 1.1 II t HaNtead. 6 out of
Subjiltutes piHflii, tot Mrenan. Hurthard
for Huberts. Itlley for r. i' llattiead Uefertr
v.i' n.b,rrl,1" ' mplre C A Wrrmouth.
le rime nf halves M minute
STUYVESANT BEATS COMMERCE.
refllseri to Hi. this hill It . I lorneu
courtesy to th visitors that Uradnate I.undrn'
Manager Perot would not let Sanvllle i lUeherie
enter the meet ': ' i!"'"'"4.
ti. , .,,-ti!.. .ni v,. ,i . u " ' llalted
.... ....... .... ..a.- n.. i.t- ln. l UJJ
the Intercolli'Klate Swlmmlnc AssoclHtlon
durlnir tho comlnc week at a special meet
UiK which hn.H been called hy President
OouldlnB K H'rlcht of Princeton and Is
to be held In New York city
The question which .Mi. Wrlcht said
would be hroUKht up Is whether the
IntercollcKlatc SlmmltiK Association will
abide by the rullnc nf the college facul
ties or by that of the Amateur Athletic
.I"1"1!- a Thr ,na"'r e'.'.1 '"Ul0roK,"t' -ee.nw Oam, Klnally Wot. br Imm
threshed nut, ns none of the colleges wants " " af
to hate their men declared professional , .Moment "port of Viators,
because of competlnK tiKaln-t Sanvllle Tn, !tun..,nt 1(?h Rchool
Hummai.t: ball team reserved the vital punch for
,hlaMIe;r-!.;nren.rn-amnn,4 .i"?.' 'aflt, J"!
stcond, f N V .Nu.-biuni. hhoner! a succession of field roals.
Israel, o'cennelii Time, : ih left Commerce In the rear and won out
Fancy Ilt Ins Won by .lamlson ill by a score of 38 to 31. The came which
pplntsi, second. Coons (ill points), third. tv.is nlaved at the citv r Uti.7.1
Burman IITK polntsi, fourth. O'Conn-ll 1 . Piaen at the I Ity C ollese symna
Ktl polntsi tlum, wus a nip and tuck affair from the
to ard .nlm Won by OverbecW I'enn- start, tlrst one team and then th other
Tlvanla. s-cond. MeOrath. C C N V . i forKlne to the front
third, .NusHlMum, C C N T Tlmr. : 4- " ,nl- . , .
econdf. 0 i After the first half han ended with Its
::o Yard 8lm Won by rtulter. C c N i count of lfi to H In favor of Starve.
T.. ecnnd, hchryork, Pennyltnn , third, , Rant. Commerce rushed ahead hv mean.
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JOHNSON AGREES TO
PALZER GO IN FRANCE
HAXPIN ATHLETIC CHAIRMAN. V X T V D I Plnmn ITT Tirtfl
Mill, Illm on rT York A. C. Com-1
miller Are Other Knlhn. lasts.
Th.' 'nest important selection from on
iithiepe ,int nf slew In the stanillnir
'unmiltdw tit the New York A. C as
Promoter in Paris Siirns Thorn , TlXma? ZZnX A. A. I. (lets Letter From Team
for 'venty Round Hntllo
on June 2t.
XEftRO ACCEPTS .S2r..n()0
Rut First Hp Must Ot Out of
thr Clutches of the Federal
.tUili'M.- i-ommlttee. Asorlatiil lth him
.ire other equally i nthuslnstlo ahout
amateur iort. KnllouliiR in u complete
list of the men cho.en:
ljou.. Ir Janie. N u.t. nhnlrm.n.'
JUt!, I- ll.i:pti,. rharl.. I.. l..onorl.
!il rtfn I. mu, r. WlilUm I. Mitchell
'.'.'"K" T M'.n-.Komerv. Dr llernar.l r FA 111
.nnor Chan, s II i'oncl on.t I-nwhstsn ' "'
II Itf.'.. fton
A imiK.nm - B'lllUm I. Mlllr. rhlr-J
Mnnnffer Asking What
Must Be Done.
first in 1905
and foremost ever since
I. -Mi'h"i r H,ilpln. ejiirmn.
App.eien llcort' J M. rortiett.
Mslinney. Ir HernAnl K
.! r- ! nh
ic,-,, . .. i iul I'lirrtm nnd DoucUn lira
, . IU-h II. Ism I. Mllrhell. ehlrm.n
n llll.im II ,-enleh nrt Kre.lerlck E. Will
iRIne Team Makes Match Not
Knowinc of Ineligibility
1 lam. en
In spits of the fact that Federal lirllet- i liiMMr,, Bn,t riowlltiR Dr
ments are hanirlnir over hlH head. Jaek ; '.: ' 'J-1''' ;'"'" Toppin an.l
I 1. .1. rl. k K w
1. nriru.fr. inrtm.Hi t
I lt..h:non, , halrm.it. iseorce J M. Corbett
an 1 lir ll-riiur.i K ri'Cnnnor
Ite.inuran: 'hr., I. Leenorl. chair
. j";'. T K'litffomery n.i Wllllum
lffl e n.1 AU(tltn IJeorc. T Meet.
Knw chiilrmjii lir John V L'nnnnr. ....l
in .1 rratco
Tim,. Z:ti 1 ..... . . V
100 Yarrt mvlm won h) ov.rbeeker i L ... lnrnw" ""a ifoal
vanla, thlnl, Mcirath
C N Y T.me,
N. Y. U. STARTS TOO LATE
The lead then aeeeawed until both sides
hail their totals around the 30 mark, It
whs then that Sltnlierf? apranK to the
rescue, with a pair of roale, one on top
of the other, and his examule was fol.
I lowed by Washerman, wno had sue
: eeeded Vojte), and shot the last two
i.rt.-r--i;i m me Karne renncn am more
than hi part for Comni-rrs ny throwlns
Wesleyan lias CoramanillnR
When herond Half ReKlns.
The New York I'nlversltv hnakeihti I tele ftuil RoaM out of thirteen oppor
team found Its speed too Jate lait rilRht tllnl"-"s-
and as n lesult was beaten by the U. 'n prellmlnarj' ths atuyveaant
leyan five by a score of ;s to 10 In the t"miil-. beat the Commerce cubi by "6
local team's Byninanlum. The home tem.. to 7.
placed the visitors to nn even score of J 3
points apiece in the second half hut the
victors had built up a rommandlnr lead
of 16 to 0 In the oprnlns period that ns
ured the triumph
Durlmr the first half of the rame David.
aon, the shifty Wesleyan left forward, ran
Johnson, ths nearo heavyweight champion.
a (treed yesterday to flKht Al I'aUer twenn
rounds In Paris. France, on June 15. the
data of the runnlnc of the nrnnd I'rlx
Tom O'Rourke. Talier's manager, accepted
the offer of a French boxlnc promoter a
week rico and promptly wired .tohneon In
Chlcatro asklnt: him to Klve his consent.
Johnson had received a cahleiirani from j
the same promoter In Parli ofTerlnc him
$26,000 Buarantee. The neirro sent w ord
to O'llourke yesterday that he could' - ..ny nisi
consider the match arranKed. 1I alio ' '
cabled his acceptance to Parts. Ji'arkz, Mexico. Jan 17 Vee Forty.
O'Hourke, who arrived home from I.os ' ro starteii the iwi rolllnR In the
Angles Thursday says that after I-nU-r ; pnid 10 to 1 luid the c'hiMtip ruci"
haa had a rest he will 1-ox several Mk ,., , ,,. ,,, Kentucky campalsner
renown at local nun' ii.nn' .lle mm n.tiuey, iii ;n io l, in tin- public niut at
the other side In May lie believes that '.Iuum's: track to-da Hrlitht sunny
Palier, In spite of his recent defeat at weather bmucht a larce crowd out, but
the hands of I.uther McC.irty nt Vermin, the number of peso-, lust may dwindle
Cal., can be trained Into shapx to whip th" attendance fur a few il.ijs.
Johnson for the world's title n liotirke i ummarleh:
declares that Palier wns sunerinK irom 1 ' ""i usee inree rurlons, Iom. 113
a nervous breakdown a week neiore n
, mI ,'','""!. ;Tnrl' II rond. chair
irirtn Hr John 1 Connor., Willl&m I. Mit
ch. 1 sn.1 IxiurU (Jmhsme Smyth
1 PUBLIC LOSES MANY PESOS.
met MrCatty ami was In sti( h poor con
dition that he could not do himself Justice
In fart, the veteran maijacer thinks that
Falser can beat McCarty If they ever
come together attain.
Johnson defeated Jim Flynn at I,as
Vegas, N. M.. last July In a onesided
bout. He said nfterward that he Intended
to retire. He refused to meet Joe jean
for blK money Johnson will not ! nl
i Ilor.l 1,
1 1 ! F (ill
ii B. won Kiel i Ward, 11.1
l io 1. second, Irl.h Ann. IIS
4 IO 1. tlllrd TI,.,. rt . r
IMlih W. Tip Iwdel. and li.-lu-.v .'
Seoon.1 Ilaee,SU furlnnsi V.J Korlv.
!00 iMclWinuM). 1! to 1. "n. Inqu-ta. 105
i.Nutli.ini. . to 1. second. Loan 8hark, 111
illnreli. 3 to I. thlrJ Time, i.i t.i Pretty
Dale. Tom (i . r.rne.t JI . (lr..n flnih. Cam is,
i.i.l.k Kltier.,l,l. I.uke Vansan.lt am
MiiKdl II also rjti
Third Hace One mile t.'r-nla Emma, lot
France, thourn he received an I I!,".".',!!!', n. won J '"Ich, lot uiur
$30,000. and declined to M.-lt I''iV''.inh.!0 .".TTih ; ' f ML""'.
to rlsTht I.annford and Mc ey i Tti iv.r. Lescar. Ill Toro and Ixiokout i..
lowed to leave the Jurisdiction of th- ,11 loVT.lro.. .6 To T' .''' lo,n-" 7"
nennrtment of Justice in Chlcnuo until J ,n i7ir.iv 1 1 l .uu r. .'I ,S' ."!'. l"c '
he has been tried for aliened violations of ' ''N'lH. 103 .ilroth. I" to l,' ihlnl Time,
the Mann white slave act. 1 'in ' nnta and (Urland alo
If Johnson should Ret out of his present ' ' nflh lucerive nd s half furlonr.
flK his fTftht with Paizer would not be re- i Dan. Montgomery, loo iHs.I-.ji ,o "Si
carded seriously by a larce number of " . .llm ude. los iCavanaahi. to li
bolnB critics , In this country Arrordlna 'tf,H;, 'Kvr.'n'.'e'ri'n.Mi 'Vn
to pug-lllstlc dope Falser would prove an i,(i. w Knrlque. Pickaninny. tloo.J in
easy mark for the reason that Mct'art. and II .den nl-. ran
who stopped him In elchteen round.., ; ( .; '' ''-'f t.'" "rj?"'-"""'- j"
knocked Flynn out In sixteen, while the ' 1 1 i " 7 V." iV TA" 1 second . S"r AVS?: !SS
jailer was ll.i llia.i n i-Ji u-,itiir.-Mt . ... .. , - ., ,., uuru limr, 1-32 45, Dr
Mexico last Hummer
li'HiKlierty llatwa, Dutch Hock and llus.fll
M'lllll .i.o ran
Score ."ituyieviiit, 3V fommerre, 31. (loals
wild and not only shot a pair of his team's rro,n ,,rl Sn'rl,'- "olman, 3. Keyet, J. Cann,
foul throws Parkinson. th cluiit r.-nlre, l lv-her. u huhMltuteWaswrman for Vaz'!
also cut ii wide swath nt this stace, but
la the final session New York had both
at them stumped. It was here that Mc
Donald, the New York left forwanl, ee-
outea some plain and fancy shootlnic tmit
leferee liacln. ) ,. I, t mplre hperllnir.
. . . iinii- in imiir m nullities.
I'enn Mne Prnrttaea Ontdoors.
PlIII.APici.piiu, Jan, 17 Coach
had the crowd In an uproar. )., h r i L.' !"i'AP",'"A! . Jn'.. M -f-?ac.h 3oy
lid well fin- S'ew Vork In n,. ... . I ' "" l'' imeenail nine or me Un -xnenta
' ,no' Iverslty of Pennsylvania took his nine out
j.'u in-- r-ii. in i i .in n 1 1 ii lein mis urter
noon and held the earliest outdoor prac
Ufl forward . . . iicl")ona',l I ,lr" '" ,h" hls,or' of " Institution.
Itlitht forward .J. O. Ali i, srnlli! Hurry Imlaj. the Hed and Illue cnptaln.
r,,,ir in rtii-r who is raiiaeo as one or the en.fti..
Hcore elejan. : N I
.!:''' .Card. . ... Ileirmil . tiltehers In file eolleei. mnlim .... n.. ....
nidii guard l . rl .'lilln 1 i . . V. - ....uon.. ,ru
linals (rem ir " n' iueeiieu up Willi a curve ,
Amons; the men
,-ldsnn, a. Alllsnn, I, ParklnMin, ,i, on Jimt one, with the stiKitestlon of n hot
:rr"'!r,lfeVfom''7ldi.;'.ilm!innl',1'n''?hlll,i '" Wn"n U" '",n X"nt n little, ns It
".rl'nn !. '.,rlm.".nd. . I. Iioalk ,,i er nil- lie umlle.l ..,., .u.
arsw. 1: 1
from foul liaililsoti, m. Mcliiiunlil, 2. Ilelfoi 1 , l"'rr
M..k..lt.,i.. 11.... ...I .... VT.... " "'I l-'i.-ltn
Hubsiliuiei. Mai ward for Crane, .stlltiriMii for iw" eiiBnced In the bnttliisT practice wern
-riiiir.. , irii-uuri. iiir .iiiMin, hrirni-i- for
apt. Iml.iy. Avery, l.liiili-nhall, Weede,
.ii-iiin, crinini itiui llilllllineiie.
- -, tin, n i.ii .iii-uii, nenrney rnr
Relfont. leslmiitiri for J li. Mi-Lmighllu. Iteferee
-V. II. OulK. X A C 1 mplie j' II Ue'e'
Uf, Manhattan llmenr linlus M niliiuti-s
I Wlrd Is Hannah Till Victor.
Qnakers in Sre Ilaoinel Final. ,, ,,, ,
. r. II. Illnl won the (.Mass A handicap
FHII.apki.I'IUA, Jan. 17. New York and squash tennis tnuniament on the courts nf
Philadelphia hnvllie broken eien In the ! the Princeton Chili.
Intercity doubles incquet matches, It has ! -I F. Sammlii i-aplurcd the hnnora In the
bean ORreed to play another match to ,l- "Mass II division. AltoKether forty-two
clda tho championship. Tho caiiliiln.s of iiinip.-tltois partlclputeil In the two tour
the teams tohs.-d i decide wh.-ih.-r tho nam. nts, which l-icni durliis: the holldov
ames should I... plaed at Ih" Tennis nnd I Heason. Illrd. holder of the Princeton
UiHT1 V."rli "r "IM ItH.quet chnmplonshlp, played from I hi. Ion mark
Club here, I'm uim f..vor..ii pi.ii ,,ii,.hi,. i ,.r ... - ..... .. .. ' "!' nlarK
and the match will
'hll.iilflnhla of minus 7 aces. In tin. n.,i i
IllllM ll lit III.. !(..... ' IhiniM '!-!, r... II,-. I I 1
auet Club at 1 30 lo-mono.v afternooi,. , s.-ratch. .l.f.ntl,,r lol., ,. i.Jr.l'
The match for m ronil teams will be ,-n,. i I U - II. N.mmla had the handle..,.' '..i'.'
i 1. .1 i r. ... ... :
GASOLENE FOR TOURING CARS.
Mi-Cnrrnn shades K. O. tlrmnan.
Pitir.Ann.PiiiA, Jan. 17. Jack .MePnr.
. . rr,n sn.iurn imiook nut Hretinan nf Huf-
And Kero.ene for TrncUs, Snaaea- ,,,, , hU ,wlt th" oiympfit
tlon Offered by ISna-lneer Hehn. lo-nlKht It was n rouith battle from
.. . . ... Hart to finish, replete with wrestllnir.
Quldo O. Behn, chief enitlneer for the -n,,. dr.Mt round was even, Hiennan took
Hudson Company In ChlcuKn, not loin? the Mi-otul and sixth and McCnrroii took
a no talked with a h'tnndard Oil man . (he third, fourth and fifth. Hremian
there and from him learned, he snys. , made his best effort In the last round and
that In the year ended Januaiy 1 j trlrd haul to put over the famous knock
4,600,000 barrels of unsolene were pro- out .McCairon was too rUKKcl to co to
duced, and thn year previous 760,000 1 sleep.
barrels were produced. "Thn crude 1 .
product," said Mr. Ilehn, "has not in- I.njole About to neilref
CreilSea HI luumuuii nn- "".irnm f'levril.-n I-in I- X . t.
Mtmitlon1 lcohol la not a i-orrec, ' TrZZZX
for the reason that at present I, is ''"qu, , U, r Its'" afi 'rip thl'
Xtn cos"" o7P"5 "nts n Kai?o n"u I H""'K The Iiik fellow hlmelf fuses to
Its cost of .6 Kaiiou Is an!,w.,.r f,estlnni on the matter and will
too Rreat. Ano her t ns, It would ', 1(lr,ll(. wu.Ilirr ,ho report Is "rue. or
need Impracticable modlllcat on of ,o- not -t KU(, thilt , a'.nple re.d "ver
tor deslKlia to make it usable, but the, ,.1IIunr! lh!lt h(, wmll(, bo t r S.K-.I to JA
so ut on lies In kerosene, thiiuuh Kero- , u-i, . uv ... v.,.,. v.i,. .L..;'' 10 '
sene has too evil a smell after i-o-u- Is disu-runtl.-.l "over i.L-i.,.,:
bustlon to be utlllr.ed on ph-usurc. cars 1 salary cut.
"Kerosene Instrail of Kasolmie for
trucks could He adopted. Then u,, ,,or,.,,. n
nasolrne supply would not be too m H""r""""" ' r,, ''
for the usn of the plensurn uliii-trs Swartiimork, Pa Jan. 17 ThnKwnrth-
now on thn market." , more baski tball team bent tho Pratt In-
stltule the by a score of 37 to 24 to-night,
I III' .line willll"-!: niliri.-ll lilt With 11
lush, no.- Weaver scoring the first six
' There was a further clearln of the air
in tne basketball storm that ha troubled
the A. A f. officials when Chairman
Mumpr or the registration committee yes
terday received a letter from the .ui.i
nnt manaKer of the Yale team explaining
..-uruii me ,iue piayea ins unreal!
icreri t rcscent A. C. team and asklnic
what the members of the team should do
io oniain reinstatement. The letter fol
J.niia. IS 1...
Mr .! Stumpf, iteflstrstton Cnmmltt.s of
Dear Mr I received a wire from you on
Tiiss.lay afternoon telllnr us we -ould bo
.1 suuallfjert If we pl.,l the Cre,nt. We
did not obev t Ills wire t,.eiu It ss too
late We hud com down to .Sew Vork and
had Incurred s large expense .for us l and
we had to our guarantee. I never would
hae arranged the game had I known 'h
wero luellgltle As i.thT college team's
were playing them, I thought th.y were
(i. K Our alumni al.n were keen for us to
play them, and when at tin. last minute we
had a chance to plav In New ork city wo
pl.ked them. s they were so anxious to
hne us come down. We would Ilk to
know what we hale io ,o tr, reinstate our
men. Kindly lei m know at your eurlltst
convenience, and oblige "row
NOltMAN K KVA.NS. Assistant Manager.
Itelnstatement blanks were sent to Aa
slstant Mutiacer Kvana to be filled out by
the men. nnd there Is no doubt that the
Yale team will be reinstated and Its
members registered for Karnes to be played
The chief trouble still lies with the
Crescent A. C. nnd In spite of the fact
that that club has Ignored the A. A. U.
In basketball the Creacents sent an an.
plication for sanction for their boxing I
tournament on February 13 and 18. This.'
It la understood, will not bo granted unless I
the Crescents recede from their position I
In opposition to the union In the matter
or naakeiDaii. The board of governors
oi tne t resceni A, i win meet on Jan
tiary 21. when tho matter will be brought
up and a decision as to tne course of the
ci tin arrivea nt.
The St. John's College basketball team
was another one readmitted to tho fold
esterday This was one of the teams
suspended in the recent edict, but Inves
tigation proved that the reports that the
team had violated the A A. I' rules were
Incorrect and the manager has been noti
fied that his team la eligible to play.
Frederick 15, Hollars, the Now ' York
A. C. distance runner and former cross
country champlun, has Incurred the dis
pleasure of the A. A. 1', authorities and
was suspended yesterday by the registra
tion louiiiiuite. neiiars competed In a
ten mile run at Berwick, Pa., on Thanks
giving Day and failed to send an Itemized
account of his expenses to the committee
as ordered, He stands suspended pegdlng
further Rctlon of the committee.
V. I.aiuiKiaf, Ht, nnrtholoinew Club;
F. H. Hoffman, Irish American Athletic
Club, and II, Adey, Trinity Club, wete
suspended for competing In tho Xavier
A, A. games, which were held In the
Twerrty-second Keglment Armory on Jan
uary II, on n registration number which
had expired, after being advised nnt to
by he registration committee.
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WESTMINSTER KENNEL CLUB
A handsome eight page section, printed on heavy paper, will
be issued as a part of THE SUN, Sunday, February 1 6th, three
days before the opening of the Westminster Show. It will contain
Historical and present day stories of kennel interest.
Current news of the kennel world and illustrations of famous
dogs and kennels.
As an advertising medium for breeders, dealers and kennel supply
houses it will prove invaluable, as thousands of doR lovers the
country over read the kennel news that has been for months a
feature in THE SUNDAY SUN.
METER AND DREW TO CLASH.
C-ustavus T Klrby, president of the
A. A. I'., made a further addition to the
committees recently appointed by him bv
adding to the basketball committee of
which lleorgu T Hepbron Is chulrmnn.
the following men:
F. J. V. Delany. Metropolitan Associa
tion: Oeoigo J. Turner. South Atlantic
Association, .1. P. Ouffney, Middle At
lantic Association: Otto Schmidt. Central
Association i N. J. Marshall, Texas Asso
ciation : Charles Mlnto, Pacific Associa
Hon, John J. O'Connor, Western Associa
tion: It. W. Horning, Southern Pacific
Association ; Mujor John J. Dixon, llarrv
' ,V ;,, ,u -rainpion and
It. I), Win ron,
A representative of the Houthern Aso
clatlon will bo added to complete the
Will Rraew Olympic Dnel To-nlaht
la Sflllroaw 70 Yard Daik,
Howard P. Drew, the negro sprinter of
Springfield, Mas., will renew his Olympic
duel with Alvah T Meyer of the Irish
American A. C. In tho diamond meet of
tho Mlllrose A. A. at the Seventy-first
Regiment Armory to-ntgnt, when they
meet In the seventy yard dash. Among
thoae who will oppose the star pair are
C. B. Clark, Jim nosenberger, Jim Archer,
Jack Eller and Ike I-ovell,
Th two mile handicap will Bring
together Will Kramer and Toun Scott ,
Abel Klvlat will oppose a big field In the
1,000 yard handicap, and the one mile
walk has R. R. Gilford, the national cham
pion, enrolled. Five relay races are
carded, Including events for clubs, regi
ments, the Y. M, C. A. and the Catholic
Ilannes Kolehmalnen will start In the
ten mile road race that will finish In the
building. Among his opponents are Harry
Smith. Oaaton Stroblno, Johnny Gal
lagher, Frons Johannsen, Johnny Rey
nolds and Harry Jensen.
OWNERS AND SELLERS OF A I
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PANtER, WILL ALWAYS FIND
ROMKTHtNO OF INTEREST IN
tAW' STOCav of Automobiles. Tas
Touring. Runabouts. Landaulets and Limousines.
American and Foreign makes. i are srlllnc on
a B.s proni. Vie buy our cars at Hock lloiiom
Get our prices before buying.
.... IJl-OPKHATIVi: ISF.D t'Alt CO.
Tel.. Col, Km, sixih floor. Vt West Mth
. ,Plu'cer. perfect condition, entirely o.er
??w?l.,?.d.Jepln,e,1; owner selling' no dctlrrs
4 West etth st. UI1ANT SIX CO,
.aal Mllltla Electa Offlcero.
wPAVLTiR"- b Hearing. Rr Plre4
' THE OWILL1AM Cfi.. in Weal lh nt.
The Second Rattallon Naval MUltlaAth- a nr.. u. .......
letlc Aasoclatlon held a meeting at the u "S -rHVVh. In
armory In South Ilrooklyn last night and .
elected the following ofllccrs: President, t .SSfiKART Booklet etnlalns n'MV
C. P. Crlssey: vice-president, 11. H. Ilol-i leVii"" ur course u iu.m
liated on thla m . iihliin and the . h iiiniiinii
ship will lest on the mutcli between the
I hand nnd fi acia.
Henry, Untrained, lines Well,
Rattling Henry, who had not foiiKht for l'"'"'H' ""u1' wf'r headed by tl
over three months nor Iratneil e ilwe visnnrn. in- iirsi nun enueu "3 to t in
asked yesterday to substltutu for .l.ihm'iy i fl,,nr "f Hwarthmoic. In tho second half
Kcyes in tne principal nout last nli-ht at "" i""ii-n " .mice. , . , .
the New Polo A. A. Ho HUrprls.,1 , m" I h,!?'! h"n? ""V.'n "Ce W"--
gave Pinky Hums a real battle. i.w I Vonlh Killed In llaskrlhall. hurv will compcto In Phi adelphla to-day
elchi ronrwl. Im sinlle.l .,.! ,.u ... ..i.... . ... in 1110 iinai iniiicn ot tlio intercity rsmiist
i . i, ....... - ,. ;. .mu, i -anton, iini.i, Jan. 1 1 I'lemenl el, aer e 'riinv a,in ,........ ... - :
s isus -vjsr
jball lama fcera, la 4a4.
ley ; secretary. W. H, Harrington ; treas
urer, K. Kaufman ; bifard of gmernors, to
serve for one year: J. M, Connolly, R.
Urlfflth. .1. Denlhan. II. J. Reynolds. C.
E. Edwards, E. R. Bennett and H, !nckey
33H n. Sth SI.
sped our pls.nl
a be convlirsil
Giant Props Ball In Basket.
Princeton, Jan. 17. The Princeton
freshman basketball live opened lta sea
son here to-night with nn may victory
over Princeton Prep, tho final score stand.
Ing 39 to 6. Heynlgrr, the young fresh
man giant, who measures over six feet
nnd a halt, gave an unusual exhibition
AUTOMOBILES FOK HIHK.
.nnvf""' Ud SI.
P""B Pl7 JIO0
IJ . . . . .
H0PT0N TO JUDGE BULLDOGS,
.Mem tiers' Shove at Breeders Begins
at 11 o'clock To-day.
Tha mamKPinln at si. T..HA.,m
C'.Vn."; Jhemh" ,hP.1,aV nr,',,d',,, Association will be held at th
kct and dropping them In with one hand. ' Murray Hill Lyceum to.Uuj. Juddns
The preps scored only one Held goal. w)1, Marl promptly at it oVlock. T'.-
exhibition promlbca to wurrant till" r.i-'
Pear More Phillies Slane.l. , rlslng. however, for theto are niiiet . I.
and 188 entries, which will bring out pi"
Philadelphia, Jan. 17, Four more tlcally all of thn crack iI.irs In the met
Phllllei glgned contracts lo-day, They ropolllan section.
were Dodge, an Inttclder: Catcher Itellly , It s reported also that a number t
and PlklieiB H.iriit. and MIlK-i. who weie
with th elub a short time at the close of
inline liltdB V.ll'i llinkt. their ln!l!.-.l
pearance under the popular Chailcs Ho-
un, who will adludlcat.