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THE SUN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1913.
Wari Z-W Enough, but Mom's Is Worse and Loses While Crowd Hoots, Hisses and Groans
JESS WILLARD BEATS
MORRIS IN SAD BOUT
Crowd ft roan as Hl Chitnslos
I'lml Through Ton Hounds
ON V, HOLDS; OTHER BUTTS
us Fouling Ts Even T'p More
Wrestling Than Uoxing
.less Wlllard, the Texas e-owrpunoher,
i jppcil t'nrl Morris, tho Oklahoma
i. .lit, In Madison Square Garden lust
I ght In a ten round glove battle that
ii iilo tlie crowd groan with nngulsh. It
was n burlesiiue from a boxing olnt of
mw. iih neither man knew tho film iolntn
f. the ring game. There la no rcation to
I'nubt that the big fellow tried their
level be.M. hut that wusn't much, to say
The difference that was apparent was
Wlllard's ability to hit with Home decree
of nocurncy, whereas Morris seemed to
inrgct all about tho knack of landing his
blows. Both men frequently broke, the
rules against holding. Wlllard was tho
ihlef offender In this respect, but Mor
ris offset it hy hutting with tho top of
'is head, liereroe Jon warned them re- ,
I eatcdly for these foul tactics, hut al
lowed the battle to go the limit, Instead
nf a rip snorting scrap the affair was 1
ii rough wrestling inlxup a greater iart I
nf the way.
The spectators, who had been led to '
expert something better, hooted and
lil-sed at the end of .1 majority of the
Wlllard's best punch was a right hand '
nung which shook Morris repeatedly and
f.n.illy made his left Jaw swell to an !
a 'arming degree. Moirls wa game and
milling, but he was outpointed by a j
wide margin and was a bitter disap
pointment to those who hnd backed hltn
to win on the strength of his showing
with Gunboat Smith. As for Wlllard. he
did nothing to warrant the belief that
lie l a championship possibility. He
larked aggressiveness and failed to take
advantage of his opponent when the Lit
ter was distressed. I
At the ringside Wlllard scaled at
135 and Morris at 2.14 e. ,71m Flynn.
O.orge Itoiiel and Jim Coffey challenged j
The first round was about even, as
neither man seemed willing to open up.
They sparred cMitlously and did no hard
hitting. Morns forced the Issue In the
second round. He rushed In with wild
punches and although Wlllard J.ibbed him
e-I.-anly with the left Morris had him hold
ng with a vlsellku grip in the last half
.Mori Is paid much attention to the stom
ach In the thlnl round, while the cow
puncher still fought at long range. Wllluid
Id In the clinches anil was warned.
Morris kept on rushing aimlessly all tho
way to the bell unci had whatever honor
night be attached to the found, which
w.ib mighty little. .
Wlllard began to make up In the fourth
n mil. After he had blocked scleral'
i'!liesi and had done more holding in
i aches he suddenly cut loose with a
-cues of rapidly delivered hooks and
irpercuts. Ho caught Morris tlu.-h on
t. Jaw with a right hauder and the
.i'ir was Jarred, Utit as Moirls re-
verod and tore In Wlllard ran away.
Wlllard had this round by a small margin.
.Morris wnddled In In the fifth round
U Hard punched him squarely on the nose
'Ii a sharp left. Morris roughed the
o on the roped and butted him
j- der the chin with tho top of hn head.
W ,.ard responded with timid swings and
Vioks and Morris rocked as though he
-eV y had been hit. Monls came In for
i' other mlxup and spraddled Wlllard to
a e uner for a clinch. As they broke out
' Wlllard sent the right over to the
- le of th head and whipped two left
hooks to the Jaw. Morris sprawled Into
.mother clinch and then lashed out wildly
Wlllard landed a solid left In the mouth,
but eased up ns the bell rung, the crowd
In the sixth round Wlllard feinted Mor
ris Into knots and then rooked him with
a heavy right oi the Jaw. Moms went
after the short ribs until another hard j
rlRht made him stagger. Morris ste.idlrd 1
himself and staggered forwald, butting i
with his head whlbi Wlllard held his1
arms Wlllard landed three more half
hearted right hanrlers on the neck and
Wlllard opened the seventh round with
left on the nose Just its Miirrlk. liored In.
Wlllard cut loose with several dangeious
hooks and Morris was dearie dazed.
Morris recovered In a Jiffy and drove In 1
body blow. Wlllard Jabbed him with j
two lefts and blocked an awkward rush. '
Morris still sent his attack to the hodivl
Wlllard holding. As Wlllard landed
snother right on the head he turned
nd lumbered away with the Oklahoma i
giant In slow pursuit.
They collided In a corner and Wlllard
with an uppercut biaught tho blood from
Morris's mouth. Morris refused or was
unable to retreat, however, so Wlllard
let up and the spectators groaned,
Hutting, holding and wrestling marked
the eighth round, in which Wlllard had
'h advantage because he landed tho
leaner punches, none of which, howeer
were harmful. The crowd showed Its 1
displeasure when the round ended, and ,
npt on roasting the men all thiough tin)
ninth, which also was In Wlllard's favor. '
Several right handers on Morris's lelt ,
taw In the lust round raised u big swell
't.g which was evidently so painful that ,
Morris was distressed. Wlllard In the ,
bud minute did practically all tho light
ing, such as" It was, and was the winner, t
Hie crowd leaving the Harden In anything I
hut a pleasant frame of mind. The !
attendance was about C.iion,
COLUMBIA NAMES CHESS MEN.
Not Onn nf I.nut Ymr'a Vlelorloiia
Tram In I.lat of riaer.
.1 Malcolm IJIrd, captain of the chess !
t '.iyets at Columbia t'nlverslty, tiled yes- J
rday a list of eleven candidates for
I '! ea on tho varsity tpiartet for tho In-
renlleglato tournament In New York
the latter part of this month with John
I. I-ockwood, chairman of tliu Intercol
leglatu rommlttee of management, In
iircordancn with the rules guvernlng tlm
Hlglblllty restrictions between Columbia,
Harvard; Yale Hnd Princeton. In addi
tion to Cnpt. Ulrd, the list Includes It
Haltowltz, A. C. nitterman, S. Kngel, N.
W Ki nips, J. Klrschsteln, 8. Lehman, A,
J i-' Mandell, K. f), Nevltt, It. K, li.
'aeilf and .1 .1, Ilolzlnger.
Hie list does not Include one of tho
fmr members of the winning team of
I yinr, so that It Is hy no means a
' 'cgnne conclusion (hat the llluo and
iilt will retain the title. Under tho
i ci Hon of Cipt. lllid tho sipiad will
" rt Iti to obtain tho necessary training
' at will lit them for tho serious task
Bill Fonr Wanted lu III 000,
Tid Mfredlth, Tom Ilalplu. Me Hhep
'rrt and Abel Klvlal havo been Invited
opipetu In the "Metropolitan fino,"
h will be the fe.ituie of the guinea of
I'tistime A. C to b held In tho
'its llrst Iteghnent Aiiniuy on .Ian
1" The ndvliory cnmniltlee of the
uh nut .Whtordny and felected tho usual
st of hniullcup iNctita for thu games.
HAZARD DOUBTS CHALLENGE,
llellevra Only Letter Impressing
WllllnKne I on War Here.
William A. Hiiiard, secretary of the
ruin Association, returned to tho city
yesterday after several days spent at his
hmnis ul CidurhUrnt. In talking of the
report that the Ilurllngham Club had
suit a challenge for tho cup held by
America, he said that he doubted if an
actuat challenge was In tho mull.
According to Mr. Hazard the Polo As
sociation would have been notified by
cabin If a chaltengo had been despatched.
This has been the custom In previous
yearn. The secretary, however, thinks
that n challenge will be forthcoming In
due time, but believes that nil the Ilur
llngham Club Is sending over now Is a
letter expressing Its willingness to send
another team to try to recapture the cup.
It Is-not necessary for a challenge to
leach here before the end of the month
In order to comply with tho conditions
regarding a series tif matches next sum
mer. When asked whether Mr. Whitney
would be active In the d( fence of the cup
again and whether he would be one of
the team, Mr. Hazard replied, 'That Is
up to him "
WHIITEMORE MAKES AN 81.
Uronkllnr tlolfer Win Medal Itonud
of I'lnrhurst I'm 1 1 Tourney.
Pinkiu'hst, .V. C, Dec. 3. Slxty.four
players drove off to. day In the annual
autumn golf tournament which Inaugu
rates the Countiy Club tournament
programme for the present season. I'arker
W. Whlttemore of llrookllne Country
Club captuied the trophy offired for the
best itualllloutlon score with a card of
SI. The -play was on the No. .1 course.
K. T. Manson of Pramtngliam was second
with S3. Tom Kelley of Southern Vines
and C. I.. Heeker of Woodland camo
next. I'.ich had V, others who made
tho llrst division were:
A. A Stwr. Chicago. : C. II. Hudson.
North Fork. !.: II V Seynrrman, lhulcwon-l,
'; T. J Moran. Metaisnnet. ti-oruc V
Hrowii, IliiMlm.'ilmi Valley. K; V S l'uey
HatHiin. 97: the Kcv T. A Chfath.iai, Salis
bury. s: s. A. Hrnney. Coopcrstoun. 99:
1' I, llsllsiher. MonteUlr. I': lr J 9.
Itronn. Mnntelulr. W, 11 fl SMillinr. line
hunt. U: II. C !trr. Yoiiiis'siowii. l.i;
K I). 'llkernn. Vnunicsionn. to:.
W. I,. .Mllliken. lmllanapollt. lost in a ti
plavnff lor the first division.
S-coi! Division W I, Mllliken Indian,
nt'olls. ten : J. It (loudall. llcllrme. 10:: (i N
Clemsnn, Oran.-e. 10i; It V nrnistice Mo
noosoi'U, 102; J. (J. Nicholson. New lieilfiml,
IWs W W Ven.ilne, New Vork. 103: K. II
JV.H1. Piston. 10.1: V. N II Close Craw lord
101; K. K limit, Worcester joi . It C Miaiiimn
;'d. o.ik Hill. 14, S.inmel IWckman. Meti
comet, liM: It J. Vluale. l'.nrk. i'is, Daniel
Hood, Park. W. John Stanib.mrli. Yomiis.
ton, 1"T; II. H. Stambaurh, Youiwstimn, 1').:
H A. Waklrnn, Avautun Hunt. 107
Third Division F. 1) MtCals-. Pprliiff I.ak-"
1": O. T Dunlan. Wyltai)), lo. " W
Keller. t.Kren'-eville, Ids; K A Dalle. South
shore Field. ICf: H 1 llrown lluiitlti.lim
Valley, ins. J. n. C Utimsey. llrooU.ui. 110;
II. I Hlli hie Town and Counirv. 1U. W V
Kellen. Oakley, 113: o II Wlekh mi. llael'd.
113; C. T llkumier. C'nev, 113! H W I'roon.
I'hila.tchi'ils. IU; T It llrown. Mnnbljir. Ill;
David ('.rem. Jr. HrooHlyn. Ill: W l. Trlble
Iliillalo. us- J T Ne;on, Nc York, 11j;
It A. Slirt, Aiken, ti;
SCHENECTADY BOYS ALL BOYS.
nur nl Them (Hit '.'II, Deelnrea
Letter of School I'rliieliuil.
OustaMis T Klrby. former h".id of the
A. A. 1.', Informed tin- Columbia I'ni
verslty Athletic Association yisteiday
that ho had received a letter from 13. It.
Whitney, principal of Schenectady High
School. In which the charges made h the
New York city high schools that Srhe
neetady was harlsirltiK athletes oer ate
weie c.illisl false and without foundation.
The Schenectady team captuied the
cross-country clitupwinhl. held under
the auspices of Columbia a month ago, for
the second time, and It u.is said tn.it th
up-Stateia ouuht to win slncss-thev hsd
men on their teams old mough to bo
In answer to .Mr. Klrhj's request fn
etilightenment Principal W'hltney wrote
tt U surprising m tint funtastlc rinnnrs
si in out u( itoihliu;. We h.ie no boy la
school who Is 21 srtrs old unit thre whs
in, i i.n ef eur bu) s mi the criiss-i ouutry
l e 1 1 n who Is as nltl us -0. Not in of th. in
is m.irrlH'i Cull 1ih kstmler Is Is li
Held Is 17, Francis HellH ilin webchs l. -it
t'tiv-tlve pounds. Is IS. toirhiim is i;
Steers Is li.
W" luM' a ri-.e In icgard o . . I n 1 1 1 1 1 1
uhlch Is fiifnri sirlcilj Hnrh lnv must
hiu rififen heur- of work, must te utuler
SI ears uf are an.l must lme h heatth
certiUtul'i beliire t.m r.'piH-m us in
i ross-country. PusehaU. truik or anv uihsr
sport. We do not uppro of "ringers"
.Mr. ICirhy said that a copj .if the letter
would be pent to each of the schools which
had learns entered in the run.
"The lutnor may have started." said J
Moil.ir! of Kiohmiind Hill, who came
m sicond to Iicksiiid"r In the run.
"through the f.uluie of Siaer, last c.ir's
winner, to compete, althouuh he was en
tered. I learned from a Schenectady mm
that Stawr had been exjiiiled from school
and could not run because he had married
secretly. Columbia did not announce nny
age limit, a fact which also helped give
rise to suspicion as much as Slaver's
withdrawal. We made no kick, but I
wns under the impression that Dockstader
was over 21, und I still believe that fitaver
Is and would have statted In the race
had not the truth come out "
STUYVESANT TRIMS ERASMUS.
Scores llrnvlly In Second Half and
Wins by 24 to 10.
Stuyvesant High School ran away from
Krnsmua Hall In the r-econd half In their
basketball game at the Stuyvesant High
School gymnasium jcsterd.iy and won by
a score of 21 to 10. At the close of the
llrst half the score stood 7 to I In favor
of tho Dutchmen. From then on Htuyve.
saut played superb basketball, holding
Ilrasnins to two fouls and at the same
time shooting tho rest of the points.
llencUe IteiTlirded for Ills .100.
The following letter was received yes
Sporting Kdltor The Sun:
Sir l.'ntiKratulutlutis to Otto Hencke, 1)l
OraiiKs. N J., liakrtr who l.nulnl a perfect
score of 300 at ten pins on Mnmlay night.
As you say he has nut a halt of tils own,
it is tlie pleusur of this company to present
him with one of our ruinous mlnerHllte In
appreciation of Ills achle ement We shall
write tu.iluy asking him to accept the gift,
yours very trulj ,
THE HHt'NSWIl'K IIAl.KK-COI.l.n.S'DBn
CU1I PAN V of New nrk,
I'sr T. A. Uwysr
New York, December S. 113.
Duarnn Uncle I'rom Itiiasln,
Willie Iuigan and IM Dugan, prominent
Jockeys In the old racing days, have re
turned from a successful campaign In Ilus
sia. Iloth won many races while abroad
s.nd In 'several stake events Willie beat
out Kd In noso finishes. The brothers will
ko bark next year and with them will go
Clinton Dugan, another brother, who, some
racing men think, Is tho best rider of the
three. Clint Dugan is at present on the
I'aclllo coast. Ho has not ridden In a race
In eight years, but can make US pounds
and Is anxious to wear colors again.
llnnlley Captain N. V. II.
Karln Stanley Huntley, 'fi, nf New
York city was elected captain of the New
York University football team jesterdny
by a vote of 1.1 to 7, Huntley pieparod
at Morrla High School, whom he played
quarterback for two yonis. Ho developed
thlR year Into the best field genenil of the
local colleges. Theodora A. von (llahm
was chosen in lunger and Theodore Khulto
linker After Ills Orrn llecoril.
Homer Haker, the national half mlln
champion, tins entered tho l,onn yard
handicap nt tho games of tho Second
Haltnllon N, M. on December II, Itaker
will alti mid to lower hbi own armory
record for the distance inailu last winter.
FEDS SAME PLAYERS
WHO RECEIVE OFFERS
List I nd mips Menihers of All
National and American
MT NOBODY HAS Sl(tNEI)
Giants Join in Competition to
Seeurc Release of Tinker
From Cincinnati lieils.
Han Johnson, president of the Ameri
can League, statu! confidentially last
week that the I'ldenils had not actually
I signed a single organlied league player
1 with the possible exception of George
j Stuvall, who (.ays he will manage the
l so-callul outlaw tnm In Kansas City
! next season. The Federals, however, liae
u list of more than fifty players who,
they Insist, have lit en appioaohed with
I offets of Increased salary and have nut
I lefused point blank to Join the new move
' men I.
I At the federal League iiiietlng In
Pittsburg last Saturday Stcret.-uy Llod
' lllckart produced this list, but admitted
that none of the pl.icrs named therein
had agreed to sign. He reported that
the plaers were uniting to find out how
tho fraternity would bo treated by the
National Commission In January. From
a trustworthy murce the names of the
players discussed at Saturday's meeting
hae been secured and Tiik Sun prints
them for the first tune as follows:
Cincinnati MoruWul llron, llutra, Shrek.
:ird. Hoblltrell and llentnn.
ClilcuKO- Zimmerman, Mohulle, Leach, Brld
well. Hlchle and Lavender.
1'ittshiirif John Mlllir. Wilson. Mct'iulhr,
Dolun nisi Mitchell.
M I.oilis Knnrteliy, Slllee. Oakps and F.llia
New York- llrrznjr. Murray, Wilson, Mar
ipiard and Crandall
l'hlladrltdila -Ikekrr. Devore. Camnltt, Chal
niers und Hrne
Hoston Hap Myer. I'rrdue and Mann
St Liuis Moviill, Atne". Haunianliior. (!.
Willi.itui and Wedman
Detroit Manage, O Mush, Monarly and
Alhlrtlcs-K Collins, L Hush, Pennofk and
New York Ford, Sweeney and Cree
lied six Wood, Cudy, Henriksen, Kiule ami
Wash unit on- Foster, fiisleon, F.npel and A.
Clsveland I.ajoie. Johnston. Mitchell and
White Sox-Chase, Milllvan, Rath and Kill
Collins of the .Vhlctlcs recently ad
mltted that he had turned down an offer
of f0.0("J for three ytar. Konetchy
staled the other day that If the Cardinals
did not complete the dial sending him
to the Giant ho would Jump to the
outlaws and would take several Cardinals
with linn. Tinker, who is not in the
list, had a talk with Federal League
iikii in Chicago on Monday. Stuvall
insists that Agnew, Kauuigardtier, Well
iii.in and Gus Williams havo deserted
the Hrowne. Herzng, it Is said, will Join
tho outlaws In ll.iltiinore If he Is traded
hy the Giants to some other National
League team. John .Mill, r of the Pirates
refuses to diny that ho has been flirt
ing with tho Feds lu Pittsburg.
Jou Wood dedans that ho will not
leave tho lied Sox, and L.ijole says he
will stick to the Naps. Many of the other
plaers named prefer to lem.iln silent,
probably for tho reasotr that they bo
l!co they can secure raises In salary
from their present employers. If the
Folerals should negotiate successfully
with a majorl'i of the ptuyirs listed It
is (tdim-tted that It would require at
b it i;:,ouoo in cash to obtain their
I The fact that none of the National and
American League dubs have been able to
sign tin pla.is under reserve for next
I Mason is b. ginning to worry some of the
magn.it-s in spile of the fact that they
cannot make themselves believe that the
Federal piomoius are able in dig up
enough money to obtain a too. I share of
the nx.ii1.il!- pl,itug tiil.pt It Is said
(hat pr.ictlmlly exery player so far up.
pro.iiiicil by tho IVdetals has demanded
a big Increase In salary, a three .ars'
ironclad contract, with tin- money covering
the utile term placed In bank to the
pla.u r's en illt.
Pi. si lent Herrmann bus notified steral
National League dub nwnws who are
eauer to obtain the sinli.s of Joe Tinker
that he will not be ready to consider
offers until the League meeting here next
week It was reported y.sterday that the
Giants Intend to compete with the iirook- '
lyns, Cubs, Phillies and Pirates for the
rclenHo of Tinker. Tlie Heds need a llrst
cln shortstop, a catcher and a pitcher.
The Giants probably would be willing to
trad" tcher or Shnfer, together with i
Arthur Wilson and one of the young box
men, for the former mutineer of the Heds. '
It Is believed that Secretary Foster will
cabin McGraw as soon lis the Giants'
malinger is heard from In Japan, and then
will rrcelve Instructions ns to What offer
ran ho made for Tinker.
Tho Brooklyn club, It Is understood, Is
willing to pny a big price for Tinker If
Herrmann will sell him outright. If not,
Manager Itoblnson will offer several play
ers lu exchange. It Is believed that Herr
mann can have Altchlson, Collins, Mn
Cnrty and a cash bonus to boot
President Baker of the Phillies will hold
a confab with Manager Pooin to-day or
to-nuinow with the Idea of making a bid
for 'linker. Otto Kuabe may be Included
In the offer, as lu Is anxious to become a
manager. livers ban exchanged several
cable messages with '. W Murphy of the
Cubs and will come heto prepared to offer
Hresuahan, Itlchle and Hrldwull for
Tinker, If Herrmann doesn't want nrid
well, Lvers will let ited Corrldon go In
stead. Fred Clarko nf the Pirates, It Is under
stood, will hand ncr Wilson. Holan. Hut
ler and Cooper, the young left haiuler. If
the Iteds' owner Is agncable. In short,
Herrmann Is In for a busy week
Columbia srxeu on Ileal lee.
Thu Columbia hockev miuiiiI, twenty-
i live strong, got Its llrst look at Ice
' this season win n prno'Vi 'ii hld at the
i St. Nicholas Kink last night. The sipiad
had shouting an I passing practice uiiib'i
the guidance of ('apt. Mlllb.iuk. It was
, leaimd diilnlloty that Tom Howard, the
I roach, h id gone to Yale Thu Icq could
, ho hecureil for onlv an hour, but every
I man was s.itlslled with his workout. Har-
rls of the 1911-12 te.im leturned, ns
I did Hartow, Todd and Webb, Practice
will he held In the ("oliimula gvmnasluni
until next Wednesday, when the squad
will take lis second trial on tho Ice, The
season opens In curly January with Yale
nt the St. Nicholas ltlnk.
John fnnford on Way Home.
SptrUil dibit Prtpnlclt to Tar. Si .
London, Pec, 3 John Sanfonl, the
Amer'cati riic'ng man, who has been In
I'uiope since June, left to day for home
on the White Star liner Olympic, accom
panied by his family. Ho has been pur
chasing horses for Ills breeding Btables at
Amsterdam. N. Y. He also raced several
horses lu France and picked out the best
n'ltniirki- tii Hlio" Mondays.
Tom n'ltouike, who has received n II
tense to opiiate I lie National Sporting
Club In West Forty-fourth street, an
nounced yesterday that the boxing shows
will be held every .Monday night until
Joseph J. Lannin
The New Yorker nbn ha hoouhl
linlf I he stork In (he lloston licit
Sox anil will be the no it president
nf thr eliih.
LARCHM0NT ELECTS OFFICERS.
ev Men Melei-lert na Old lines Ue-i
The annual mietlng of the Lurehinout
Yacht Club was held at the Waldorf
Ast.ul.i last ulL-ht and a goodly crowd of
no ii. I. is turned out to listen to the re
ports of the officers and trustee". The
I. port of Horace II. Houclier. chairman
of the rtgatta committee, showed that
I'linn a lacing point of view the s.-ison
of last rummer was the most succi-fiil
In the history of the club. There were
more races sailed and the total number
of st.uteis was greater than In any for-,
The old officers declined tenomln.itlons
for various reasons. Commodore Smith, rs
baa !en 111, 'Ice-Commodore Wilson
doi s not expict to have his jarht In mm
mlsnn next year and Hear Commodore
Moruau Is going abroad. The off ic. rs
beted last tiiL'ht vi r:
(.'ommodore. J. Hlverson, yacht Albgro,
vUe-commodoie. I"re.lcrlck C. Fletiber, '
stiiimer Crlstln.i, rear commodore, A, W.
To. le. motor yacht Anal: treasurer. .1
GilMner. secretary. Hdward C. Gilffen.
trustees, Charles Smithers and 11. L.
BUTTERCUPS HOLD ATTENTION.
Tbe anil While I.egborns lllxlile
Interest nt I'oullry Minn,
The second day of the Hmplro Poultry
Association's Show nt the Grand Central
Palace wa marked by an unusually
large nttt-ndanro In the afttrnoon and
evening A large proportion of the vis
itors were persons who wero enthusiasts
or xperts in poultry breeding and ra.s
mg The greatest Interest of the day centred
about the Judging of the Hutten up and
White Leghorn lasses These two a
tletl.s of fowl are among the most lm- ,
portant In numbers In the show There ,
Is much rivalry between the exhibitors.
In the Hutteri'iip" the winners were
II. G Hossnrt, Hampton, N .1., 11 W
Dewey, Sidney Center. N Y . V." 1 1
Kcarfott. Moutclalr, N. J. and Pr-derl. k
I'r.isr, Salem, N V The second pttzei
were won by Dr. K II. HiM.olds ,v Son,
H.illston Lake, N Y . Isaac F. Tllllng
hast, Factoo vllle. Pa : I'eronla Way I
Poultr Yards. Mount Tabor, N. V.. and
Corset City Funds, McGraw, N Y
In Minorcas Frank W Sileis k, l!ock-e.
den Yalils, Sloutsbitrg, Pa , sveit the
classes Lowland Story of Hrookln was
tin Judge of the Minorcas.
The chief winners yesterday In the
Lniplre Cage Hlrd Association's exhibit
were Kenneth Woodward, It G Smart,
J A lllhbnrd. William Aiken and J. IL
Dieson of Hrooklyn.
In the greatest display of Leghorns ever
brought together lu one show and where
a bailie royal took place for supremacy,
the Dune Alpln Farms of l!ast Hamp
ton, L. I., owned hy Gent go L. Mc-
Alpln, part owner of the Hotel Me.vlpln,
won tho display cup by marly a thou
sand points, scoring first, second and
third In cockerels; first, second and
fourth In hens , first, third and fifth In
pullets, second, third and fourth lu cocks.
second and third In pens, and champion- ,
ships lu mnle and female. Mr Me Alpln
refused Jl.ono for the champion mnle
His nearest competitors worn Skylands
Farms, which took Mrst cock und Hist
lien, with several minor n wards Judge
Punderford. who has a national reputa
tion as a Leghorn Judge, snld that "this
was the greatest exhibition of Leghorns I
ever shown anywhere," and Hint afler
the wlumrs were taken out "another
bunch could be found that could go any i
where and bring home the bacon "
In the buffs the real gun of the show
Is a display pen shown by Whltestoiie .
Poiiltt y Farms, not for competition. They '
exclto much comment, een among old
breeders. Ill the open classes theso same
breeders woo best dlwnl.nv ulitle Mini. 1
mouth Farms took first and fourth cock
erels, llrst pullet and third In n on live
entries. Tho I'.oyal Fat ms took lust
cock and second cockerel, while Itlchnrd-
son won llrst hen lu classes that would
do credit to evon the club show
DE STEFAN0 HAS IT EASY.
Hill Morris mill Williams Hun lleail j
llenl for siccoiid In Hun.
I' D Slefano. unittaeheil. cantered
home an easy winner of the font and ono
ii.il't'l mile weekly load inn lis 1.1 by St
Vincent Ferrer Athletic Club lust night. '
Mulshing the distance in 'J2 minutes fs
seconds. A. Monls of the Small Set A.'
i". and .!. Williams of the llronx Chinch
Hoiimi ran a dead heat for second lionois. I
both being timed ut 21 minutes '.' seconds.!
Tho (list ten to llnlsh In order; i
C l Hlefann, unuttiiched, 3: minutes
&8 seconds. I
A. Morris, Smurt Set A, O., ! minutes i
J. Wllllum. llronx Church House, 31 min
utes (I HH-muU.
.1 llultnsr, Jersey Harriers, 34 minutes,
II l.ui'its, Murnluitslde A. (.'., 34 iiilnuls
K. Hug, New York rivalling High Heboid,
"I mluul.'S Oil fecnuilv '
M Culllns, I'ldon Settlstnsnt A r, 35 i
llllnuies , secoilila
A, Kuufnmn, llrundway V, C, li minutes
It, llrand, SI. Anaglon'a A. C. 36 uilniitea
W. llurks, Union Settlement A. ('., 21
inltiiitfs fit tecmiila.
Hookey Conclave I'oslpoiied,
A meeting of tho Amateur Dinkey
League wns to hnve been held Inst night
to i "consider the iiiestlou of leduclug Hie
number of plnjers on a loam from seven
to six. President W C Hussell an
nounced, however, that n postpniicm. nt
had been mad until to-morrow night
IN FINE OPENING RON
Only Three Cars Penalized
175 .Mil Jaunt on Long
s i may tm m . ...s . . .
ni iiAii niiiiir, ranh A Ji. a ii
., ., , '
SlIllllllOHSPH Served on Some Of'
Contestants, Which Mny
Mean Money PetiHlty.
All savOj three of the automobile con
testants In the New York reliability run
escaped point penalization In tho first
ibij's run of 175 miles over Long Island
roads yesterday, but It may cost some of
them muney Just the same. For several
of them and non-contestants alsis ran
foul of motor cycle Policemen Hope and
Payne on tho Merrick road between
H.ibylon and Massapc(iia In the after
i 'on and got pink slips urging them to
come to see Mr. Justice of tho Pence
Neil at Lyiibmok a few days henco and
cxlikiln tlit.le Imrrw
It was a tine day for motoring and an
ausiilcloim start of tho Hose ,1.... r.nn
mile run, It was better weather than
had la-en hoped or prophesied for the
tourists, and they set out at 7 o'clock
In Ilio morning with feelings of pleasure.
There weio eleven ronti sting cars In the
party sent off by Starter Fred J Wag
ner, and besides! there were the non
otupetliig cars for officials and news
The run's first Instalment was along the
north shorn of Long Island hy way of
Flushing, Knslyn, Huntington, Coniniaek,
Stnlthtnwn and Port Jefferson to Itlver
ll.ad, where the luncheon stop was made.
This bit of elghty-threo miles was made
In from three to Ihree and one-half hours. 1
by the various cars, the roads being
uniformly gubd. After luncheon the tour
ists started across Long Island to CJuogU"
and then back to New York through
Kastport, the various Moriches, Heli
port, Patchogtie, Hay Shore, Habloii.
Lynbrook, Ac, of the south shore towns
to the Manhattan Automobile Club, the
start and tlulsh of tho run.
Not one of the live Hulcks was penal
ised. Thfe care were runabouts, ilrlw-n
by Charles Jones and J. D. Coote re.
specthely. and touring cars, whose pilots
were Pahvant Woodruff, L. F. Coppel anl
Watd Smith. The Chandler, J Hrelt.-n-bach;
Oldsmoblle, T. Spear, and National.
Sti'e Caj-ey, also had clean scores on
the day The Oakland, H. A. Netly,
lost I point for Wink on bratos; h
Hudson points because of trouble with
the tall tight and the Do Dion Houton
'' points for trouble caused by dirt In
Despite- the fast running there was
practically no tire trouble Coote's Hiilc
had a pinched Inner tube, which caused
a Hat shoe. Gasolene consumption figures
for the 175 mile were; Hulck No. 1,
gallons; Hulck No. 2, 11 gallons:
Hulck No. 3, S gallons ; Hulck No, t,
11 'a gallons; Chandler. 15 gallons, Oak
land. 201, gallons: Oldsmohlli- 22 gal
lons. Do Dion Houton, 21 , gallons.. Na
tlonal. im-j gallons. Hudson. 17 gallons.
Hulck Sit. 5, 14 gallons. Hulcks 3 and '
I are the runabouts. !
The run for to-day Is 17 miles up to
New Haven, aeioss to Danhury nnd then
back to Norwalk. connecting with th.. r. -turn
toad to New- York Thcie .vi-fifty-Fix
motorists in the party
DAY IS DEALERS' HEAD.
Illee-tril President nr stale illo
Hoily Look Tes fer .XI. .line.
Arthur M. Diy of this c ty has been
ele, t.-. president of tin- lo wly organized
Allton nblle Dealers Association of New
Yoik St.it. He is p . si. h ot of the loe.il
Automobile Dealers Asso. iatloll C 1)
Hakes of Albany Is t ice-pti-shtent, I! i:
Hrown of lluffalo treasurer, mid Charles
A. Stewart of New York secretary and
general manager. Stewait Is g. neral
manager of tlie local association too.
The new association hns boon lncorpo.
rated with associations In Albany. Huf
falo, IliX'bester. S.aous,., New Vork.
Hiooklvri and the Importers Automobile
Alliance as members Automobile, tire
mid accessory dealers and garage owners
are Invited to Join.
Heginnlng on December 1? a two weeks
day and night test of the Molim-Knlghl
motor will be made by the Automobile.
Club of America's engineering laboratory.
On December 17 the- motor will he put
on the block lu the A. C. A.'s laboratory ,
for a two days preliminary run At noon
on Des-ember 15 It will be stnrted on Its
331 hour run at 1.20H revolutions with
out stop during the two weeks Fverv
fifteen minutes officials of tho Automobile.
Club of America will make records of
the performance, which will be mn.lo pub
lic after the test. The test Is being con
ducted for the puiposo of proMng that
the power of the Moltne-Knight will not
decrease with use and that It will do
velop more power nt the finish thin Alien
Mist put on the block
Pop Ansoti em Hi.. t.fiiuc.
Capt Adrian C Anon, the grand old
man of bus. ball, will appear at lio.--tm's
Fifth Avenue Theatre next we. k
He will do a monologue wiltt.-n bv
Geoige M Cohan and also will do his
famous buck and wing danre fin ti.
same bill aie Charley Dooln, manager of
the Phillies, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Kobe .,ir.
ipianl. Incidentally tho National League
bus. hall magnates will - In town next
w e-e k too.
Itntli-r llu-riihelnii hiill.ine-r,
In the Knglish bllliai I tournament at
Dovle's aeaileiny las' n'gbt Tlioin is Hut
ler ilefentnl G W Challoner !,"H to I in
This . wiling George Wirnn will pl.u
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS,
I'll si Itaie six furtniiEs i'..e.- March,
nmnt Hi ll.oftusi 4 t urulclil won
Hlsntev S. II. -i Villains.-!! i. in le. 1 f,.i
pl.i. e S...-UIH1. Hi-,1.. nf Hrwi Mswr 10'
IO Wee.llsi 1') lo I In slim, third. Tims
' t! If. Armv .Mailt Ainlt A 1 1 I a Sun
llernli... Top Note and Orbicular ills., ran
Sc. on. I lime- I'lio and h half fiir.-u;s
pviieuio, 1 no iNVyluni. e-vsn inonsy slralniil.
won. I'.iidle 1' 101 l nislinioiii. In to
fin- place, scand, llnrmi lis Unit. 10i
iW.io.lsi, in to .'. lo show. Ihlr.1 Time
l' I S. Utile lllr.ll-. Kid Nsls.m. Anna
Heed, N'lfty, ilnrter and llhn-k live. I Susan
Third Pace- sl furlnnrs--llmsrs'il sts
101 Hlrntli). 7 to 1 stralulii nun Zulu, in
i Hiiffmanl. to I for p'.ire, ssrond. SI
Kind. 100 (.M'iion-ildi. 3 . t to shu-v.
ih'rd Time. I LI It." Ii.lilr. eirnmndn
(iiunlngliiini, Masiihi. p'inkiiiiil. 1 ss llarrl
sun II. i'h"l"iio.is Piilsv, Cim-arni. and
Sadie Sluiplro !sn ran
Feiirlh Itii.e Five und a half furlongs
lioiencu Itiiherts. IK (M. Doiinid), men
money stralulii, v,"n; New Haven. 1 no
irinieri. . lu I fur place, ss.-un.i, inli
l.snrh, 105 (dcntryi, 1'.' to 1 to show, third.
Time. 1:05, lliirsac, Dnmlnli'a, H.iniia
Chance, Heliecu II and llanty nisi, run
liftll Kill's. Six flirlollga (lil.a Sliills,
107 (Slrpliensi, 1.1 to i atrslKht, noil;
lluss. 1 ox (ilinss), h to 1 for placn, saciind;
Mark II lluli.mka. 102 llirnthl. 'i tn 1 In
liuw. third. Time. I K. llszsl r., lluissli
Meiilll. Mary Rmlly, l'rliueis Industry and
nthebln ptni lui
sixth lure One inll--Sfu Cliff tns
(liavsr), 4 tn I straight, won, iWien
UMwsn. I0r (llpntnnl, 4 tn t fur iihu
second reel, IOTi (llrulh). 50 to 1 to show,
hlnl Tpne. I:JJ 4 fi. Sllirrtlllnll, -Mill
shul i IlKliiiuiii, HhsiIs Sam, llliistifr(I.
Trojan lltllo and Clinton alio ran.
CATHEDRAL FIVE FORFEITS.
ftrfnses to Abide -by Itnllng of
Referee In Acton Hall (Same.
BotfTH OrtAMiiE, N. J Dec. .1. Cathedral
College's basketball team forfeited tho
gamo to Ketnn Hall here this Afternoon
after a refusal to abldo by the referee's
decision soon- after the opening of the
second period. Melon Hall was ahead
when play was stopped by a score nf 20 to
10, The dispute most, over action by
Hrcon, the Cathedral left forward, who
walked to the other i nd of the court
while the ball was In play. Ho was ap
parently Incensed that the refereo did not
..-.I"1" "Time out!" and when he talked to tho
i official, a foul
was called on him.
This tho Ciithedr.il team resented and
left the court. Murphy, the referee, gave
the team live minutes) to think It over, hut
they declined to continue to play
A largo crowd was In tlie gymnasium to
watch tho teams play, as It was the llrst
gnme of the local basketball season,
Vtnn Hall. Positions. Cathedral Collee
Jones . . , It( forward Ilreon
K.-rrlifan. Rlahl forward Lee
Ktanty. . . Centre . . Mnnahan
M(juade.. . U'fl tnanl Murphy
Nuirent . Ititht cmrd . Osiprmann
S.sire Setnn Hall, !; Cnhsilr.il College o
Iforfeltedt Uoals from floor Flartty, .1; Junes,
3. Krrrlinu. Niurut, MiSJua.K Ls-, 3; llrpnn
(loals from foul Fl.trity, .'; Ler, Subcl
inic Van Valiietihur Inr Mnnahan. Referee
' Mr Murphy, Seton Hall faculty.
BILLINGS TO BE BIG FACTOR.
, Harness llnthnsliiat Will Go In for
i Thoroimhbreds I'xlrnsl t el .
Charles G, K. Hillings, whose liit'ist
In thoroughbred racing was amused by
I 1 siiiicrininn races
' 11 ''IK factor In the sport next 9'
according to reports b;ng .irci.l,ied
nmong the horsemen. Mr. Hillings long
1ms been Identified with trotting and for
ears has spent money freely In older to
get possession of the lu st steppi rs In the
country, lie now owns the nconl break
ing t'hl.iu and other fast flutters.
Next season In- will iibanibiti the racing
end of trotting nnd will sell -uch Imr-i-s
as he dots not require for h.s f.iMultc
pilfslilt of horseback riding. For thor
oughbred racing he his formed a partner
ship with Frederick Johnson, nwin-r of
the great handle. ip horses Cock . the
Walk and Light o M' Life It. fore the
limit meets ended last season M- John
son in. si r, led another smart hnndkaii p.-i .
form.-r, Iteybourn, to Mr. Hillings Th---
are some good two-ear-olils lu the li.lri
son stable and Mr Hillings also has some
It Is understood that the stable w .11 b
Increased . onsl.b rabl b. f.ne the . .-n 1 :i r
of next season ,m.l the ew firm Is likel'.
to ii..ve a formidable opponent for August
llelm.iiit and Hairy P,ine W'hltnc.i the
pies-nt leaders In lacing M.thods of th
trofing turf max- he tried In cm. Pruning
the horses for their races, as Dr. Tai ner.
who hii'l clnrge of Mr. llllliiig's trotters,
will be th" trainer for the part'iet This
leaves Johnnv .Muvb.-rry. wlio trained bis
yisir for Mr Johnson, cpi n f.u an engage
ment TIGERS HONOR JAMAICA BOY.
A 1 1 ii ii V. Heiln liin.i'ti sslstiint
Mnnnger nf r.inlliiill.
I'iiinckton, V J. Dee :: H, ii v
HeMn. 'Hi of Jural. ,i, N. V. was elected
to-dav asslstuiit manager of i ext ears
Princeton football team by th.- thro- up
per classes. This el.ctlon means that
Hi vin w ill manage the Tiger .-let en of
101.'.. John M. Han. 10, of Lotilille.
Ky . came s cond in the balloting ami
therefore will ioana.e next ea- fiesh
inati elev.ii H.-vin has b.n iiomln.-nt
since his intrance to rolb'ge last tear,
captaining his fr slmi.in track t. n tii an I
this fall being elcct.-.l secretary of the
Tlie sophomore class elections to-iluN
for the ed.tots of the IslO Inr n Urn!;
the annu.l ear book piilil'shed b tlie
.III' .1 I ls. I.s.iUe.l ,s fol ,.- It lllil-
kck .',-1. of Ardmnr P.i., Iioin-l on M
Lake of Mempti s -f n-.oiK. s Hunk
Jr. of New Yoi I, ,i. in.l .la-nes It
Stockion of J.u kson-ills. Flu
SENIORS BEST AT WATER POLO.
Will I'eillllnbln I'liess Till.-, Ite-iitlnu
Sophoiiiores, f lit
Tin- sniois u..i tj,,' irte-.-l.iFs w i-. r
.o'.i champions)!'.;, of Coliuubii .e-stedj
aflinnion ,n th- M-n mn-islile lleu-hts
tank, when the dcf-Mted the -ophomoi 's
hy a score of I lo 2. Though no fouls
were cal'eil, the u.itn" was rounh nnd
spis'taciilar. PuII.Mi mid Frank M.i'on
ald. Hie 12u ard liluh hurdle. m-HopoH-t.m
ehamilon. I-, mi; .s.nspi.-uous In both
tiles., dep.irt'll. tits I'llll.-VII Sh'.nisl 11
hursl at tin- star' bv inpplnu tin- sphere
and dishing down th" pool for a goal In
'ho Hist ten S'ssitnls of play The tallv
ilhl not count, ho vever. .is he had shot
from without the tlftc-n foot r.one.
In th" next scrimmige ('aniivari of th.
sophomores ducked through tin- sr-ninr ee
futse and sconsl a seTisatlon.il conl. with
three of Ins opponents vainly striving to
sink him to the bottom
.McDonald tied the score at the end of
the first pet tod, and Pi.len on a pass
from Gardner near the end of the second
epiarter uldcl the n Inn tig shot. U'ensle
starred for the vaneiu:s!ns sextet.
NEWSPAPER GOLFERS ELECT.
(1. I,, Cooper lle-e-lleise-n Pre-sldrllf fit
llllllllll .SI t-e-1 1 ll if of I lull.
The New York Newspaper Golf e'liih
held its nnniial mistiiig iui.i.i at
let noon and ele-i led Hi.' following oftl-
icrs for Ilio iTisiilpg ear
President, G I, I 'impel, .iilllilrl 7 efe
irnui; vlee-piesblent. I!. F. l-'ostei. Tin:
Si's . secret, uy and tiensiucr, ll.urv A
llamcs, il mlil dn . tors, I; F Foster,
i li.urman, G 1' Italston, i: It l.av.iiy,
V .1 Ilawooil. F. T Pope, II D rush.
,111.111, (' I'. I. alls, Y A IMla, J II
Crow ell. II 1! Martin. A. P. Keith, Al
beit ll. illey, i iranlland Kl.'o, A J Gil
ford and P I. I lawtlim no . delcgaics to
the Metropolitan Golf Associ ition, II A
Haines. VniM. nnd li F Foster, Ti.t:
Sun. ilelcgatis o lli. Nntlnnal Golf As.
so. Iatloll, Albeit lle-illej, II, nifj, and A
1' Until, null
LA SALLE HAS TEN STRAIGHT.
trills IIiikIi'ix oed liluh lo 1, 1st of
Victims b Si nn- of ;t I lo '.';,
Usui Kwonii, N ,1, )e , Tlie .a Sail.
Ai'.iili nn buskelball I 1 1 1 1 dele. .I.d tin
Ihiglcwoisl High s-'tool fl- (..III on
the I. .iter's mint hi I. s oie o: I lo .'.
At the end of the tlrl bill III- sore
stood to il n i.iM-i 'ii' :.i Salle III
th" second hall' lb" game was nip mul tuck
In II . ." i'ii. I
Mthi.llgb pitied i.gi.'ist a l-.iln lu'!. h
l.enMer than tbemselM s and pla.wiii: on a
strange' com I. the l.a ,-.lle l.ois tn.ui I lie-iggli-ssUe
and plavid w tli it.i-.li and vim.
The I ..l Salle team una hi l.n Mialgbl
TIN'SLEY SHOOTS BOTH GOALS.
Iliiiililcs xlociis In lle-iil roniine-re.r
lit Soe'ce-l' by 1! In II.
S.ice er . 1- 'is t . t i it nig Mori is I llgh
stcl'.nd und the lliuli School of Coinmeice
met at Yin 'hi tin nit Park jestei.lny
afti'iiinon and planed until the elect tie
lights '.icro turned on. After a sconless
first Ii ilf Monls High won mil by u scute
I of 2 goals to iinriey. id.iylm; at in
i side light, iiegotlati'd both of the goals,
the llrst fiom a mlxup In fionl of goil
and the scceeud from n Imm ilihn by
Label, the left back
ii'K.ine and D" Pasipie in the forwanl
"Hi- and Label In the back division wete
th.- utlie-r f triors in the' Mcloij. IVHIn
was a star In goal fi-r tin. wimis and
Holm. in too it'll well for Ouumcico In th.
I II i st half.
ONE OF TWO BRIDES
John Foster Marries to Find
Maro Helving Under Xiim
Xot Her Own.
(lueir twists In the spoil of ttott,ng
weio under luvixstlgatlon at tho sini'
iitinual nu-etlng of the- board of review of
the National Trotting Association held a'
tho Murray Hill Hotel yesterday. IM
dence was taken In open session In tie
morning and In the afternoon tin- board
went Into i xi'ctitlve session before, handing
down decisions which Involved the ex
elusion of borsis und men fiom the
trotting tracks of the country A batch
of cnticH was disposed of, but there are
enough left lo demand another session to
day and perhaps to-morrow.
One of the most lemnrkable rases of
ringing was brought to light b chargia
made against the mare Laura S., with a
mark under that name of 2.20 t-l, mul
several men who had owned the maro
and raced her at the fair meetings up
the State. For four years Laura S. had
masiiuerailid, picking up money at the
trots for several owne rs, all of whom wero
named in the- complaint, while the raring
public was oblivious of tho fact that her
real name was The llilde, which pre vious
tei H'lO had taken a mark of 2 .17 1-1.
Though the false Laura S. tnced In the
same meetings where she bad nppi'iired lis)
The Krlde, hi r Identity was not discovered
until last summer Then sin- passed into
tho hands of John II Foster of Cortland,
About tint time .Mr. Foster decided to
take another bride and after he was mar
He.l look his wife lo the raee-s at Triimans
ville as part of the honeymoon trip. TIhtm
In- ills' no reel that the horse' he- bad
botieht ns Laura S was really The Hi Id..
Gil West more' had sold the mare oilglmlly
and she- was bought fiom a blacksmith
by IM Spalding of Munsvllle. P F. .
Gulgau of Chittenango was nuntliei owner
of tin- linger, who had no Idea of In r
pre". Inns record. The bonrel end". the
double III. id The Krlde by expelling her.
IM Spalding and Gil Wet mul e w.n- sus
pended until Tier unlawful winnings of
f.':u."i ale n turn, il and tin- .'n (,v lor
ehaiige- of iiame l.s paid. McGiilgan will
hae tn back $20 and Foster $15
before they are entitled to continue their
i.uei r on the trotting tuir
Aeci. riling to a lette-r from S Gau'hler
of Farrihain. (jin-be-.-. the li.ianl did a
goid act when It c.xpilleil him and th"
bl.u k gelding Ixrispiu on aii.ithi" ui.gi ig
ch. in.... In this Instance the i.n-.rs .
th" nuni" of i real ho , but suhstltui.il
for him a tiotier. Motune, with a mark of
2:osa,. II,. was entered In the 2.1s t.ot
-it Valley Fie ld, 'Jueb. e. ami was an easy
winner. Whin the liaise wile brought
.n-Miri-' G iiithler lie wiote to Secii taiy
Go. h.-r, sal lm." "It may be good if you
1 i s.,iet ,,iii; i,. me, for I hue- tin- h.i's.'
f-l.'l lad and it Is v.r expensive." The
board biol; him at his wonl and r.'inoied
him fiom further temptation bj expelling
both h'm mid ins hors.
.1 .1 llilgh.s of N'ewaik was an Inno
' lit slctllli of pie pia.th'e of e-liit.gli.g ii
hois, s name without going through the
formality of i.glstcrlng with the . y
This was th" mare Maud Cooksnn. which
had raced In 2 2;ii, In ehh. Slie was
sold to a il.-aler, who wanted her tor .!
1 1 Ca1b'i. tin- Plttshing matin Iriv.r.
Not suiting Mr. I'alht, he shlpim! Inr to
New York, where she picked iip a false
pedigree as being by Sphinx Kiith H.iy
ni.ui.l Sh- raced as Lady lluuiies when
Mi Hughes bought Inr and as .h,. had
not gone out of her class will be lelnst ,p d
,wh n lo r mil w ful Intuitu' ale leturn.d
and the change of n ime f. e paid
It was proved that c. W. Simmons of
Cambridge. Mas. bought Pauline 1!
211'... or rather ti nbd another In -s
t-'i her Th.ii he r I h.-i out of !i "
. : i is Sliest Annie. F, II. .(..hi - .11
1 oiu-iit the mate out ,.f a iac and . h .. :
w",. brought when the in ire was ;de--'.
fl' l Sue. t Ann e and Simmon- were -:!'
I 'tid th" case airainst Johns in wis
Tha' L" !. ..iis offenee against ti .
t.ng i.i!. s.ippr,.B,m ,,f prj.,. i; ne
"f . U. !-, . Illseil tile .Xpll's'oi. ,.
rlm-'-s m ho ..die a'e, u the t, . ..-i .
Pa. mes-'mu lat iic-s- Th..s- w h . v I
bile tu giv.j up handling the H i'.ii ai.
Ira M. Gregg, South II row 'nville. Pa , W
S. Sllepler. Motlollglhe.il. I'.l . I' ' S'-'
phens, Pe-rrvots.bs. I'i., It. , Johnst .n
ll.ntleyiilb. Pa., and c II Wilki.'. Hill"
Vernon, I'a. Tin- tl-neis In m..?t ' ist m.-es
-iildesl seier.i! seciinds to '.he time mid.- hi
'lie W lull! I s Ce.eime II Mills, the- stai tor
vbo Is supposes! to supervise th. timing,
w as hiMiiln iiiki-d int.. h.ir.'ng h.s u it.-ii m
.in of the mi. is Th.. ho.inl ...t.. b in
t oii.-t. but n niis-. iianied bun
more cai-eful Nine b.u-.s bad Jlo" tin s
chalkiil up against their 'owners for -nj.
ep III. 'lie a ...i 1 ip n.,1 ,. i. s
were in irked as follow s r.-t t.e ' . , u
2 us.t, , ,tito Hal. 1 1 .. 2 12', . . I
h tn, 2tli,. F.,,1 Fuel,. .. i,
2-iv.i'. Mabel V, b m, 2:tlUr Motto.
I' g , 2 1 1 j . Nutula ii. I., in . !'."
Holiert Jones, li v. 2 1 7 - . mul Tolie
aid, g . 2 12 i,
The- bi.iid el.-s-til.--l iga'nst Wafer i'o,
the Dncr drher. who waute I the Niaga- i
H.i.ilig Aso.iatl.in to pai h ; m the fn I
niioiint of a pulse Hind I,,- tliiuic'i e. v
'in li--.it wns raced K-fiir-' Hie event hid t i
'.o i ailed off II,. ", in-.,, to 1... smsfled
a I'll .t thlnl of th" f,. pinsi
There' was an es ho of the imt.it ringing
.'ise whn -lack Ixmibui was camp-ilfin-d
is Prof Sphinx He made i great iis-ont
aftei changing names and w is bom.!,; for
J,'.. 1 bv Tlioin is W. Murphi I., fore It
was ilisi .n ejisl tilt he was a ilngei 1
belt IMivar.l HI. hui. Don -if Flint. M: Ii
was i-.ipell.d for Ids part In the affair (wo
ens ago He .ipp-M'.d hefii-i tin- bo, r.t
with mi nppliratie.il for reinsliiti-ment,
bicked up 'i .1 pe-tltlon slgn.sl lv more
: in a hundred persons. Th" applli-a-ion
Tillc" d lis I" feire h".ellesl .lames Fgrler,
me st ik" lin nlo'i, nteil ii .-I i u aB.i'n.st
'.lie Cii.it. uig.ii Agricultural S y for
1 1 i y in . i at its i are meet I' s claim
w.i-i lend.-rMl i.uil in- bis di . i,, tin.
. a- d'sii.insi d
Itllilile lllli I'll s eerl I e- 11. rr.
lo li Ml'
!il. 'ie , a big fnioilte a mo n i;
.!.!: nun for Ins bout with
i'oiun i Mm tdiv
on the co ist next
l.lg bets u - i . made i ,
l ed . s.l 'II 'I'll
tlie iin.ii.-i.l dlsiii. t jtt. ..i) iipe,
1 1 ,l I'i e-l Si I'llllllll S .1 IS 5uil lo
ii on I! '. Ine to win 'iotbi. ii i.s
;." ll tlm th" bout do. - i "t t'l the
mil luetiti lounds,
CHARLESTON RACING RESVLTS
I'llsl llrti... SIS flltlenjss ,,ii . 111.
I .11, l.lg..lltl I I.I 3 I I" .'
rh.irili-i 117 nii.erti I m .
ss 1 iiili- s I'sillc, 10 1 ' I. .11. i
thli l Time, i .jr. I ; i
Moiike unit llsil if Sum ..-
S... .in.l Ilio e Ml lull t I'
iN'H.iiiiii. 3 tn 2. 1 In 5 an'
u mi lllKlll'usi , 1 il'l 1 1 . i i .
1 i I. e "li'l. IM--U I' .. i .
. la :', lldr.l ". III.. 1
I .nl mid M iin.i .1. .1 s i i -
liili.l Itii. - ei - -i ,. ' ' "",
Ui-ll.lnll. !'! ell'.u M. ' I ' ' 1 ' ,l
nil. Willi, 1 1 li I -i J ' ' "" "" ' ' 1 "
,,,( i l I s. ... .1 l . .il I i H n
lliieamei inn il'ir.i lies. I .'.1 4-fc Tom
llll. ... k. I. ."I ' -I "' ' I A""
I'Hr ontl n iMlf furlengs--II..
. Il . gli . .1 tu . I la f.,
I a.lv I lu'ilnliii: il'l .le-
ll lni.,1 s Mil I .
, ,,M, , ..ip mul uill, se. uh. I . Marsh. ui, 113
Martin il I" Ihlrl Time. 1:0' -Ink
t, .. . .ii g ii .s.t - a ti
I lllli II. ei- .sti mi. I a half furliing - Me
li..st ..s ,j Mi'luKi'irii. i I. ' '" ".l
i in .. nun, Cmu. I. 13! ixhlriliii I tu I
an. I rii'll. ei'un.l, liinrl.'s r.innill
lU.i .li, 2 I" l lldr.l Time I '-1 v-i
Manager, nn Prlnr, l.udy lnnnriin , . l
V. - h " t'linh ills., nn
Slstli llsce i'"" ii'"' !,r lVsl.t" n 'its
111 riurnni, eti-t s In .0. a I 1 i
I inb rank, 0i (W.inll I lo .r.' - ..
,,.,-oiiil Sir lisnrnh I'i'' ' M' ..' ' i
I tu tlilril Tlm.. ie s t e. M ,eitr
Jim. 11 tc Hehurl and CHIT Toe !' rim.