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New Yorks to Play Thirty Spring Exhibition Games Giants Land and White Sox Land on Them
THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1913.
THIRTY SPRING DATES
ARRANGED BY CHANCE
Xcw Yorks tCoport in Houston
on March 1 nml I.ntor Will
DODUKHS A XI) QKAKKKH OX
Urooklyns IMTpiircil to Make
Severn. Teiuiitinu' Offers
for ,!oe Tinker.
Thirty exhibit Ion Rumen, to tic played
titwen March 7 ami Airll II Inclusive,
liiiM' been .'irratiireil by Arthur Irwin Mini
npproictl by MntiuKcr I'rimK t'li.iiiec of
the New Vork Aiiiellculis. The iboT--tcjrtilara
unci rrrrult will report to the
1'rerlenn Lender lit rlmmtiin. Tex., on
March 1 uml will t rain thcrii until Match
22, when the Si w VuiUh will begin to
work their wny north. Lam Kprlnif the
New Yorki went to Ilei mucin. Tim ai
latigcnientM had been made before Chance
aaiuiutel tlic iiiuiiiiKeiiictit. It was Initios
hlblr to piny h furriolcnt number uf ex
hibition stamen In Hrriiitlriii to harden the.
men, and the utlcli n chimce of climate
when til" team arrived home resulted In
the rrlppllnK of Pitcher Kurd, 'urhoi
In uelevtlUK llouetou Chance believes
that he can have the New Yorks In tine
condition when they begin the trip uotth
mid that erratic) weather after they arrive
heir will not hamper them In the leant. In
Chance's opinion Texas Is the beat place
for spring training. The UUnta have
pioved It for sevetal years by coining to
this city In splendid Miupei for thu Na
tional I.eafUn race. The exhibition sched
ule for Chance' team hit a been arranged
on the lines of the one usually framed for
Mcdraw'a men, and there Is reason to he
lltve that many of the games will prove
a source of prollt.
Chance will have more than thirty men
st Houston, Including Pitcher Culduell,
Kaating. Mcllalu. r'isher, Kchulz. role.
Ciiss, Rose. Oooney. Martin and Kord,
unless the last named boxman Is traded
meanwhile; Catcher Sweeney, Heynnlds
Cossett, Smith and Johnson, Just pur
rliaaed frwn Omaha; Intlelders H. Will
Urns, Knight, V.rlder, Pecklnpnugh. Malsel
and Boone; Outfielders Jimmy Walsh,
lillhooley, Cook, HarUcll, ilolden. free,
Kkchrii and Wolter. free and Wolter,
however, may tlguic In trades before the
After a week of prnrtlee the) first ex
hibition games will bo played on .Satur
day, March 7, when the regular New
Tork team will play In Beaumont ami the
second team will Hue up against the
Houston Texas League champions, (in
March 8 the tables will be turned, with
the second team in Houston and the reg
ulars In Beaumont. A week later, on
Saturday. March H. the regulars will
play another game with Houston and the
recruits will visit (Jalveston. The fol
lowing day the second team will pl.iy In
Houston, with the regulars In (Inlveatoti.
A third game between Chance' regu
lars and Houston will takn place on Sat
urday, March 21, while the recrultw will
tackle Beaumont In the latter city Then
there will bo another shift mi March 22,
the regulars crosslnc bats with the Beau
mont team, while the recruits will Hue
Uii 111 Houston, These KHiues will con
clude the New York s stay at the train
ing camp, and Chance believes the men
will be thoroughly Masoned fur the tilp
After leaving the camp the New Yorki
"III play their first game In Memphis on
Tuesday, March 24. They are scheduled
fur a game In Birmingham with the Mouth
tii League team of that city on March
2n, and the next day they will tackle the
Mlanta, Southern League team in Atlanta,
on March 27 Chance's regulars will run
up against the Buffalo International
League team In Charlotte, N. '.. after
which they will go direct to Richmond,
Va for games on March 2h and 3U. The.
second team will play In Norfolk on March
30 and the regulars will follow them there
on March 31.
Baltimore will be visited on April t for
a tussle with the Baltimore Internationals
and Frlta Malsel, the New York's 12,000
third baseman, will be a card. Inasmuch,
s he played on the Oriole team last sea
son. From Baltimore the New Yorks will
tome home for three games In a row
with the Brooklyn at I'.bbets Field on
April I, 3 and 4. Chance will take his
regulars over to Jersey City on Sun
day. April 6, and will return to Khbet
Field for the fourth battle with WUbcrt
Boblnion's team on April 7.
The New Yorks. for the first (Ime in
American League history, will play two
games with the Philadelphia Nationals In
(Miakervllle on April s and !'. after which
they will hook up with the Orioles In Bal
timore on April I", and will wind up the
exhibition schedule with the fifth game
at Khbet Field with the Dodgers on April
II, which falls on a Saturday. After that
the Chancemen will rest until the Ameri
can League campaign opens at the Polo
c.rounda on April 14. If weather condi
tions are favorable the entire expenses of
the training trip will be moro than cov
ered by tho receipts accruing from the
ttames and Chance will have his team
ready for a flying tart In the pennant
While the Cubs, Pirates, f.lants and
Phllllea are making offers to Harry Herr
mann for the release of Joe Tinker, don't
overlook the Brooklyns. As soon as Herr
mann popa Into town to attend the Na
tional League meeting at tho Waldorf
storta on Tuesday President Ehbets of
the Brooklyn club will have a heart to
heart talk with him. Khbet Is prepared
to make aeveral propositions for Tinker,
If Herrmann wants cash he will bo ar
cnnimodated. If ho demands player he
can have hi pick of half a doien men.
Herrmann admits that he need pitcher
nnd catcher, and If he can obtain the right
men for Tinker he will try to get a abort
The fact that Herrmann has turned
down the Phillies' offer to trade Doolun
and Knabe for Tinker and Ornh strength
en the belief that the Bed owner already
ha decided on a manager. Knabe wonted
to succeed Tinker a tho handler of the
Cincinnati team. ,
A far a enn be learned the Beds
management will go to either Mordecal
llrown or Dick HobHtiell. A formal up.
Plication for the Job hu been tiled by
lloboy. which may have been Inspired.
But It Is a fact that Herrmann had
Brown under consideration several week
ago, before It even was hinted that Tinker
would be deposed. Herrmann consulted
several leading ban ball men its to
Brown' fitness and ho was advised to
engage him. Brown, In Chicago on Friday,
declared that If he received the right kind
of an offer from Herrmunn he would ac
cept. Herrmann I expected here to-day, also
Harney Preyfu and Fred Clarke of the
IMratM. Clark hud a chat with Tinker
In Chicago on Saturday and It was said
that he wo prepared to trade Hans Wag
ner van up for him. Tinker, by the
way, Mkt It clear thut lie must ha con
sulted by Tlerrmann before hn will con
ent to be traded. President Brlttoti unci
Manager Huggln of the Cardinals: also
are due here to-day. Huggln admit
that ha 1 negotiating with the Olant for
eeMTftl player In a change for First
liaaeman Konetehy and will take the)
I .W"''TK -ga
Met eiileeii-rar-old Cuban sooth
pnvi nlio has hern alttned !' the
(Hants. He nm the pltrblna Da
Hon of the league In lad around
llaimia durliiK the season Jnat
closed. Hi- la ,1 fret H Inehe tall
and la said t resrmtitr Heldomero
Aceilsi the ounr Cuban outfleldar
of (he Wnshlutf Ion, In build.
matter up with Secretary John B. Foster
of the Ui.int to-morrow
(.Scut ire StallltiKs. manager of the Boa
ton Braves, will be here to-morrow ready
to make any trade that will bolster his
greatly liiiproitd team. But he has spiked
the yarn that he will give up Southpaw
Tyler for Bube Mnrmiard. Stalling main
tulns that Tyler will pitch better ball next
year than the Ilube and that It would be
suicidal to let Tyler get awuy.
Ban Johnson, president of the Amerl
can League, will leave Chicago for this
city to-day. He has an engagement with
Joseph J I.amiln here this week and prob-
ab y will be n a position to turn over
the stock held by McAleer, Mclloy and
Stahl In tho Bed Sox. Johnson will, steer
clear of the National League magnate.
President ThoiitiiM J. Lynch, for some
unknown reason, refuses to believe that
h- will be dethroned He says that he
has not been Informed officially of tlov.
John K. Tener's election on Tuesday and
that all he knows of the matter Is what
he has read in the newspapers. When
Lynch finally is convinced that he has
been ousted he may haxe something to
say for publication.
Body IlulMvltt. the new manager of
the Jersey City team, arrived here yes
terday and confeired with President
Focal ty at the Hotel Victoria regarding
the team1 pi n-pe. t during the after
noon Hulswitt ild that the team needed
several new pltehets. a shottstnp and a
couple of good nutiKMets to put It In the
running. The Intertiattoniit League club
iiwneis will begin to usM-iuhlc here to
day for tho annual meting of the league
at the Victoria to-morrow
So neat Them by II to -4 In First
fin in r riard Across Oi-ean.
Touto. Japan. Iec. fi. The Giants
White Sox world touring baseball teams
played their first exhibition game here
to-day, the Sox taking the National
Leaguers Into camp by a score of n to
4. The teams were to have played their
first gamo at Yokohama, where the Km
press of Japan, the ship that carried them
through a mld-Parltlc hurricane, landed
them. However, It was decided that It
would disarrange the whole schedule, to
play In Yokohama.
The Kmpress of Japan wa four days
late In arriving, having been driven out
of her course by the storm.
Consul-lteiieral Sammon led the re
ception party, Including many Amer
icans, which welcomed the ball player
to this city The game wa played on
the athletic field of Kelo Vnlverslty and
the president of the Institution, Klklchi
Kamada, pitched the first ball.
The Sox won by both outhlttlng nnd
nutfleldlng their rivals, making nlno hits
to the Giants' eight and being errorless,
while their victims marie two mleplay.
First Year Mmi Only gcorer.
High School of Commerce soccer eleven
turned the tables on the Morris High at
Vun Cortlandt Pink yesterday in a P. H.
A, L. championship game by the score of
1 goal to 0. Half of the second period
hail expired beforo Bud FiUglbbons, In
side left for Commerce, and playing his
first season, shot a goal from a mlxup be
fore the Morris net.
Bennett to Lend Central High.
Ncwakk, Dec. -Harry Bennett was
unanimously chosen to-day to captain the
Central High School team of next sea
son by the fifteen men who won the C
on tho gridiron tho twist season. Bennett
succeeds (leorge Smith a Central'
leader. H nnett played fullback on Cen
tral for the past two year and Is a
sophomore, so that he has two moro year
lit the school.
Slnrnnl Mcnrra Twice.
Stuyvesnnt High School soccer team
defeated Townsend Harris .Hall In the
final P. S. A. L. championship game at
Van Cortlandt Park by the score of i
goals to 0 yesterday afternoon Both
goals were shot In the second half. Tho
first was credited to Frank, Ht Insido
left, from a pass by Houston on the op
posite wing Clecr Individual play by
Bauunw yielded Stuj'eaaul' ecnnd tally.
Last Call" ClodBodi
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Whole (julrU Job romplete on the I'remlhes.
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A FEW MMOIIBINB AND TOtmiNO
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WEX JONES PROVIDES
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Bare Knuckles, His Xpw Ttull
Terrier, Beat All Kivuls in
Loner Island Club Kvont.
JUDGE LOST TX SHUFFLE
(lets Away Without Leaving Jlin
Book With Management and
Some Awards Go Unlisted.
There waa a food sited gathering of
the fancy at the Long Island Kennel
Club's show last night at the Albemarle
Hoffman. There was too much of the
free and easy to the show, and one of the
Judge did not return hi Judging hook
to the management. The reporters pres
ent therefore could not complete the lists
of award. It were well that the Ameri
can Kennel Club regulate these dog
hows, which are growing somewhat out
The chief prlie of the evening went to
Wex Jones' new bull terrier Bare
Knuckle. Ha I built very well all round,
barring hi shoulders, where he I a bit
loose and c'.unuy. Jones' dog was put
down In fine shape and hi win met with
The novelty of the show waa tiie Mexi
can halrlea dog Mexico. A negro from
Mexico had brought the dog to New
York yaeterday. He wa bought and
shown laat night. The award:
.TtpansM tpanlela Mrs. I.eon .Varrfl's
E.n,riU.h. Toy Spaniels Mrs. A. ateiditn
son's Patience, first; Miss O. Whinny's hollo,
Melttit -Mrs. Nleolss's Sonls flirt,
rrtsal and Little Hues!, first, ascend and
Pomeranians Puppy do Mrs. Mrhe'a
Marco, tlrsl. Nnvlct else. ilr,. (llennnn's
Toby, (Jrat Open class A. Fre stirs OfTlsy
Mile, first, Mrs. Hill's Chocolate Dainty,
second, Mrs. lllenort's Dandy, third.
Boston Tsrrlerp K.lwaM Millar's Miller's
Qussnlf, first. W. Oralee' Mrs. Dunn. see.
oniii J Proctor's Mr Klrbach, third Pup.
pita Dofs and bitches over month. John
H. Ooodwln's Pegfy. tlrsl. Mr. Waters'
tutehts Cleo. .-sconrt, Novtte -t)0(--W
Kerbich'e Crystal Brn- Hon. Arm. Open
to class ". Ooodwln'a IMniy, tlrsti
Kerbarh's Crystsl Harney Boy. second , Hood
win's Cheesr. third. Open class bitches
W Auerback'e Crystal llahy Doll, firm
Cleorre Mtyuard's Foeco'a Pansy, seeond,
William Miller's Impudent TrlcHsey, third
Novice, bitches Crystal D.b. first ll
Hancock's Countess Derbj, second. Mrs W
llaaford's Kalr Blue Hmarty third He.'
notion In the sho Costal llaby Doll,
F0EDHAM PRIES "SEASON OPEN.
slaekelkall llehal Heaalt In Vic
tory by Us) lo I A.
Kordhain opened It basketball season
Ukt night by defeating the Urouklu Col
lege quintet, to Hi. The game was
played on Ht. John's Lyceum court at
230th and Broadway.
Kordhatn played an excellent passing
and shooting game, In which Harrett and
Walsh did the bulk of the work. The
former secured five basket from the field,
while the Maroon pitcher made fuur
goal. The score at half time was 14
to 4 In favor of Kordham. The lineup:
Fordham. Pos Hrooklvn c'olleae,
Barrett Left forward . Kell
Walsh . Itlfht force ard . Tnre
Dale . I'entre . . M, faffrey
t.ee Lett guard . lin.tcrr
Klrestcine tttnlit suard I'airc-'.l
rore- Ferdham, .'I llrnoklvn C'nltece, it.
"inals fmm Held - Harreit 5. .lh, 4
t.ee. 1. Dsle, 1 l.ainlnrf t Klrtrtmie :
Kelly. 1, MeCate llolgers. 1. Torey, :
llrandt. I cieals from fouls- I'arre'l
Substitutes. Mcranrey for Tore. clllra'ty
for McCaffrey. McCahe for Kell, Hrainlt f"r
learrell. I.anclurf for f'lreeton I'srler for
l.andort empire Mr llanle of Kordliicin
Referee- Mr. Wvniard cf Fordham Tim
of periods IS minutes
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VOLLMER'S SWIM INVALID.
Only One Tinier In Caleb III fin 1-n
gei'onds for Hundred.
II. K. Volltnorof Stuyveann! High School
hun'g up u new P. H. A. L. record for
the 100 yard swim yenlerday In a dual
meet between his ichisit and Krusmus
Hall at the Kointh avemio baths, Brooks
lyn. He won oaslly In f! 1-5 second,
bettering the former rocord by r, 1-5
seconds. The record, however, will not be
allowed, a there waa only one timer.
Stuyvesant won tho inoet by a scoic
of 27 to 2.
The 100 yard swim was the final of the
day, and Vollmor' vtntory won tho laurels
for hla school. Tho 40 yard swim, which
waa won by (I. Camp of Hrustnus, was
the most exciting event of the day. At
the finish only a few Inehce. separated
Cramp and K. Abby of Stuyvesant. The
40 Vsrd Mwlm Won by ll Cramp, Kraa-1
muti E Abby, Stuycesnit. teimnlj V.
llorgan, Erasmus, third. Time, 21 ;-. tac
onda 100 Yard Slm - Won by II. E Vcillmer.
Stuyvesant; 11 Long. Erasmus, second: 11.
Lord, Stuyvesant, third Time, fv 1-t aec-
110 Ytrd Pwlm- Won by It. Iing. Eras
tnua; Herman. Ktuyvcaant, terundi 11. Ar
mild. Erssmus, third. Time , 3 minutes 12
ISO Yard Iteluy - Won by Htuytesant. lth
Abby, l.crd. Mrliiiirss .iinl 'nlliuer. Eras
mus, second, ulth l Cramp. J. Francis, J.
Morgan and 11 Wright Hme, I minute
21 4 S seconds
Dive for Form It. Long, Erasmus, and
K Abby, Htuyvetant, tied fur nrst place
with 12 pntnlsj (i, Cramp. Erasmus, i
Plunge for Dlstnnco Won by P. llorgan,
Erssmus, 87 feet; llsrnliar.lt. Htuyveaant,
it feet, second. Cole, Erasmus, 4. feet,
DATES F0RTRIAN0ULAR CHESS.
Cornell, Peon nml llrovtn Meet In
Cornell, Brown and tho University of
Pennsylvania will meet at chess for the
fifteenth time during the next Christmas
holidays, when the annual tournament of
the Triangular College Chess League will
convene nt the rooms of the Brooklyn
Chess Club. Tho dates set are Decem
ber 2., 211, 30 and 31, piny beginning each
day at :J0 o'clock In tho morning.
Last year Pennsylvania, with R. Hie,
the Chinese player, and M. J. Tcltelbaum,
scored 7'.i points nut of a possible 1 and
won the champlotishlp. It Is doubtful
whether Sse will tdav strain, hut rithttr
candidates are Hayden Hnlgate. Joseph
uavis. .i. f . toiler ami w inn. At
Cornell A C Khrllch, '14, has been elected
president of the chess club and A. W
Clurman. '14, secretary-treasurer. II.
Perkins, 'ID, Is a promising candidate.
TRAPS BEST IN BROOKLYN.
Marine and Field (J miners IMensed
With Addition Three Men Tie,
With one more new trap throwing blue
rocks out over the walets of Uravesend
Hay the gunners of the Marine and Klild
Club settled down to tin .r leal shooting
eeasuu yesterda) The gunnels said the
Hath Heach trapi now ate the best In
Ill the take lioni" trophy event at Inn
targets KiHtik H Sit phenson, i: II. l.ott
and I'aul It Tow tie, preeldeht of the c lub,
tied with 91 taigete Town" had a IihiiiII
ciip of in targets on the two scratch men
He won the. shnotoiT with it lull card of
Dr. H. P. Hopkins won the other events
the monthly cup. with 47 nut of f., anil
the president's cup, with !3 out of inn
It gan him 3 points on the prlic. Ste
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SMITH WINS FEATURE
RACE FOR HOME CLUB
Jiroiix Churi'li House, Hurry Is
Hero of Meet Through His
Five Mile Victory.
Harry J. Bmlth was thei hero of the
llronx Churrh House game held In the
armory of (lattery A tit li(6th street nnd
Franklin avenue last night The former
ten tnllo champion carried the colors of
the promoting organization to victory In
tho five mile handicap, which attracted a
field of thirty runners, nil receiving handi
caps from the local crack. Smith took
the lead at the beginning of the last
mile nnd finished with such speed that he
was a lap In front of CI a a ton Htrohlno
at the tape. Htrohlno followed the pace
well enough to beat Glaiukopulos twenty
flvo yards for the plate.
Hal Helium! of the Xavler also won
from Fcrntch In tho 300 yard handicap,
beating Vic Casey of thu New Vork A.
C. by a foot. 11. 1". Hemer, with tlftcrn
seconds handicap, set too fast a pace In
the one mile walk for the scratch men,
Glffont and Kaiser, but had to step hi
liveliest to brat liurkhurdt of the Hionx
Church Uouso by ten yards. The telay
race went to the Knight of Ht. Antony
from a liberal halidlatp. Tho minimal cs
fine 111 If. Walk, Handicap- Won lit It !'
Ilcuier, t rl eli American A. C. 1ft erciimte.
I llurkhfipll. llronx Chinch House .!& see
onds, second. II. II Klua.e, t.on Island A
(' . Zh seconds, third. Time, 7 minutes 9
7ft Yard Dash. Novice Won by IJ. A.
Harry, Knlshls of HI. Antony; It, Ittcharri
son, Hlilem-Clesc enl A. C , seeond; C
Younger, halem-Crtscent A. C, third. Time,
6 S.ft escolnls
75 Yard Dash, Handicap Wen by 11
fleney, llronx Church House, i feet, K Jones,
!-jleni.Crei snt A. c, ft feet, seeond, I'
White, Malem-Cresient A. C, 11 fest
third. Time, seconds.
Thrre-'iuarttr .Vila Hun, Handicap Won
by I.. Gordon. Hollywood Inn, It yards. W
riordcin, Hollywood Inn. 1& yards, second;
II Ms, ky. Mohawk A c , to yards, third.
Time, 2 minutes ee omli
Half Mile tnlerliattery rtelsy ltace -Won
by tlattery K, first ie.eni. wlih Hcveney, c
F. Mi linen) fhafrr and lllrl lUttery F
eei ond teum neionil. with J Mcllneuy.
' Iloag Kllielner and Ifannsler. Ilatlerv
li third with gulnn Moslin McLean and
Tratl Hme. 1 minute I 3 i en onils.
I 300 Yard Hull, Hnliillrap-Won l' 11 llfl
(land, .SaMer A A, scratch. V .1 Casy
I New York A C. 7 jarns, second, Jl. Iluhler,
llronx Ch.un h Mouse, 11 yatris, (lilrJ Time,
3i 3-S eei onds
I'uttliik' t: Pound Shot Handle as- Won by
I Itoi.rnl.e-K AnielU Hoctal Centre e fel.
with (3 feel 10't llnhs. .1 .1 Ilulan t'nlon
.NetlUlnenl , C tu feet econil. with ti
feel inches. J I' Androtneite.. nnl
tai he.t 7 ft. I third, with ,.' fel i Inches
Chirili A I. Mainllns High lump
ChainplonsMp Won ly K 1, Kines. Itroi v
Chill. I, lloliee. villi 1 fr. I II In, lies I' I,
flutter. Ilronv Ch.in li Il"ti. e- oml wtth
I feet to inches M Denne, ke, si iifiriiB .
A c Ihlnl with I t'ei i In, he"
llunn,i,K lt:b .tuinp ll.itidliap on li
I, I..cxnirftk Molntccl. c i. in hes cllh
fert , tl Mo.ler New York A I 3
Inches, .e.oli.t wnh A feet It (to hes ,1
cil.crs MicriUn A c 7 In'hes. third with
ft fe. I 1" Ire I
I'lir Mile lino Il.iioli. h. Won bv Harry
J Smith llronx Chiir, h ll.oi.c , ralch
i Htrotiino, .iinattH' heil. in yar.ls secon,1
N c iunji oul, unati a- heil, I no y,,r'l
third Time W tnlnuli.s serond.
unr Mile llrlay llai e tlan.ll' sp w l'
Knlnhte of St Antonv nnl. wt h Cnuxh
lllu.li Wallace un.l TcS.cranv. HrotiN c 'loir, fi
House, 57 yards ewcoinl with lleiinsr limes
Seney nml Kelli . Nuclei A A . 37 y.irdJ
third, with Miloiiouh HeiiHMi, Kennard
and tonnan. Time. 3 minutes 43 ft
npliitiiciren Veil In lllelenre.
The lack eif Miphnmnrc clai-s innleriai
prompt! d i 'apt 1 1 mil in i of the e nl mil a
, wr.tlitiK I-. in. to po-tpon. lh. nt i
i ia ill el w )il li WT to lli I't-e ll hlfl
e'hlerila lirte'ooeni ll the M 'I HIB;jiie
I leiRlits kv mn.iMiim untii aft r I 'ie e 'In ist
ions holidays The wealth of 11. '
nislenicl his hfci) out for clew nii'l has
lo t h.ol e'liti. lent time to m t ih'o fonn
tor the kv ipphncr in it lies I'aiii i,ir
deiier will hold pi.o'tii' diirlni; lh,- lit.lt ,
The Most Popular
Tires Ever Made
All-Weather tread now come, if
wanted, on Goodyear No-Rlm-Cut
tirrs. They outsell our smooth
treads with users. And these, great
tires are now, by loitK odds, the
larKcst-sullitiK 'lrt's the world.
Nti-Kim-Cttt tires first won top place
because they cannot rim -cut. They
have saved inotnr car owners many
millions of dollars by this ono gre.it
They nre nlso the only tires which
nre finul-curcd on air bacji, under actual
road condition. Thw N done at an
extra cost of $1,500 tl.iily. It U dune to
save thu countless blow-outs due to
They nre the only tires In which
hundreds of large rubber rivets are
created to prevent tread separation,
Rim-cuttlng is made Impossible,
lilow-oiits and loose trends ur
minimized in ways that no rival
employs. Because of this fact, no
other tire compares in sales with
Now comes this All-Weather tread,
A Head which safety demands on all
wheels at nil seasons. An untl-skld
tread which has no competi
tion with men who know the
So there are now four econ
omies fourcnornious advan
tages to win you to No-Rim-Cut
tires, You will join the
legions who buy these tires
when you once find them out.
Mexico City, Mexico
Ua oa AarUUns You Waal In Rubbar
Newark Branch-28 Halsey St.
Phone Market 7566-7567
Ilniul Autu lire a Muppljr Co.
C. HilicMininakrr a !',
Tur ll, 'lire. riiiiipMiiv
HratiT'llhllna c e. rnropany
BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT.
Wllllo Jone outpointed Harry Plercn
at tho Qowanits A. O.
At tho Dexter Turk A. C, Itnl Atncs
had the better of Hull Anderson.
At tho Vanderbllt A. (.'. Kid Hlack nnd
Hughey Itoddln went ten rounds to a
Kddle Hmlth outiolnteil Young Hronn
at the Hharkey A. tj.
I'uddy Collin wa stopped hy Voiing
Hammoti In the eighth round at tlm Twv
ford A. C.
At the Trvlnar A. r. Tol n.iuAie ....
---- - .-. uw. .'(If,, ill. llllC-
pointed Kddlo Hick.
onecitti Delivery Hlrsch had the better
of rred Halshnnd In the main bout at the
Atlnntlu Garden A. C,
At the Queensboro A. C. Tommy M.i
loney had u shado the better of Young
At the Fairmont A. C the bout betweui
Al Itouch and Kid Alberts was stopped
by the referee In the seventh round be
cause neither of the men showed any d.-.
lrc to light,
OWNFIW AND SFM.Frtt Or AfTOMOTIH.K.S, COM Ml IWIAl. VUIHCLGI
7AltAOKS, TIItF.8, EQUIPUENTS, ALSO nr.l'AIRCOUPA.SU, W1L1. ALWAM
UNO SOUETH1.NO OF 1NTE11E3T IN THIS COLUU.N.
Fi.or. I ill.. V'" TU,',f,1 corilial tiiMt.ilion in in-pect our new Mtowrootn
l;c''t',..T,lr';.,; rci'' .r., r.b:v1v "t.. w wu M",k'h"f u- v.:
the M?rul h"iwi iSF;M!,,.!VS',TUIL' KV" ' "" "''Pacltias. and
me ceieuraiexi Hi. IK t I, Km i-tcm truck, with I'spre-o, or tntn hod)
1-3 to ''iT telAX fiKlf-WlMHi lis 11,0 "'"""f" """ ,," "rk'e" ,rB
We also have on eahlblilon I'NKII CAH.S of iilinci ecrry manufarturrr In tlrst-cla runalBK
rn;&,V.e,.?..,W",."IJAbi IH-nioiiMrnior. UIMI; mi:- Ahhott-Iletroit. M H !
C;M-',n'i!1'.'".r!;'l.0,'r'iJ.'l,"."nirer! ! inn" n lidter
Nailonal roadsirr. BJIKIi peer esa t.iad.ter. aixin p..,
rLT" '" .""". '"""' smsms inliiB
ff,iyVi'?l''Ol lnder tniirlns-snd
aani riic.m . i, or"' "" """'el'. 7r in .'Hill: Maxwell spetdsiers. aiTSt lleniuli tail
USED DELIVERIES ,''n'ilV.,i"v'I',n',,t''- H"'l'u
1,000 DISCO STARTERS 1 ",ul"'; '')li'r,.rl,!,lrc,'l'r $M- $5.00
WztX uV,ife,:,,i;)f,',,:i,,j?;v,;r,i-Vr ,h" u-
SendforVniVu'llnc.' uVr',' r'r), ''''I"!' ''rand new and SI price, to Mill
ndforourPltlLI U III hi ft conislnlnj ii-t uf our full ncof.ic.-c- irie, ai.-'imihe Dollar
IF YOU DEAL WITH US YOU SAVE MONEY.
IFMI'IHIAIIY l:.MIIAMl: lit I
I WORLD'S LARGEST DEALERS - NEVaVa
! 5 6TJ STREET & BROADWAY I
Prices Talk & Talk Loudly At
Bargains of Such Al Quality
For Cash Or Tirrs Payments
I Iinnn.lirtlin,' In u - ' i'iiiii luwtut
t i tl i tr i - Hr;nr-t l) It I
S I'lf'f rt.v h
Vit-Ti f. in ullirr t r Jim ti t'!i
Kaal". i-ou.r l.ln iiiiur to fli.'"
Pfils-ra $7, jj.'.i ,Vi ,pn w.'Ut
tai:i rthi imt ;i s i . , t 5
-Jirfoni frnin vi. ljrc' J."m $1''
Slmli liHkfrH 'HM' tlH? lUP SI.Vl ti)
I I mlliiALo v. :' At
( ImfintM- KM-: I'tn Ut -mil MX-
JH.Ml. fr;i js.'rft irt nvritiluN (linn
I UU 'fur tifH 111 !'.tifu-i wf i'.iit u Mi
ttrimtiiti ' in :Vli l.
IfVMirni ht t.. ( .-lr (n-ivii'
)o V.t.Vl M'tiiiir J hV - 1 iit
( rtilUlnr f 'nii' $.'ai ttrt (?.' t V.'tti
I oritK. !r lti Ms-mil Vt in ?i -V
ivr.' M'uUofi Honil-.tM'l.'ittnc M lo 5;."o
Mrtillni c( ir 51.'i M1.0 I" A I ,ttnj t.i'-t
I-f'M II. " -11 N m. ' "t &)
'Uxd.itis V 5i.tt -i u v
Delivery Autos Cheap & Good
I'ari.irt f . lviis KUi I m ui .,. U . if
M-Vi li'i'l.inl S;.'1 ttihti iti ii n,1
1 1 !. .i 1 ' 1,1 5.r, ut 'mi (
10,000 Tires A Drop of 65'
U. I, M.I III! .ill in U
I ll.l 1 I I I I Plil' I
I I pi s .i ii i :'j m w
Ijc 1 ll.irn Ma.'in 1 - l'i nl.il I. II" -Pari-
I, it''! s .Hit lln .c ,tii CJ
'1 on 1 ,1 1 I inn - s. . Ac In 11 ,1'Uliii i un n'
1",. M,m( s.cli s,-,- I I . ,111 tlr 11., Ile'llt,
Jandort Automobile Co.,
I ..I I 1 1 -I ' liiill Mi I I iwiwls,!,' '
3. 5, 7. 9 West 61st St
F ! RT
USED CAR DEPT.
Ue hnce sili'iiillil Pai e.iln-In iicl Plat
llH kiiiI oiln r liluli eimle msk- wmii
In irmle Inr ni- rit Ulliitv l' ii
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unit tin II. I'. I'll I I-IM'K I '-'-
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Fill III U.IIIM-.
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Put inmieiy I"'1' "'' P" ''" y """""i '"
ili rlulit nla' ci net y" i i"iiiiiuii
' ,ml Kelier.ll M.M.'..ltl''ll t;-f-.l 1 1'St of
nil,, , . . ' , , , n. ,, ,v nice, ii
i.mir cc'nllillK 11"' f IKt'i'llara win' all' "I'l'll I
fur all I lii.iK.'- nml inmlels, ruinilmina. Inurliii!
c,,rs !1.n,l,.i.l.'t.il.Tlt)111.1. KO ,,AS
LliKllV" I'I'ltllllMMi A'jlfs.
li-j'j llrnmtnio. Ili ar c'lllirehlll .
I'liune ls7 lliricnt ,
Pleree-Arrnw i nr, H'll. sin ollrnler
InnrliiaT tuntyi In perfei I i iiii.lltlnn .
llseil liy imner il Utile ilinn'il
uriillnii kUcii. nn ii'iisnniil'li; e,n i
rnl. ualnril. ,liMr.' or cull Jul I'
I'ltUTi 110 Wist lllcl HI
CLOSED BODY SALE
Ni ce unci used, all stil,
our stork tu'icnc bulnK
hII lilli'i's Hse-
'0TII I'lJNTI in
I rei It'Jl liru.iily, ne u
I r-Vcsn li.lsseiiKi'i
enillnlnfil, In e rllent c alnllllnll nlisl .
I w'rltei or cull uvenlnsa. W. C Mil HUMAN
' c.l u 11.. mt
ST. LAWRENCE IS ENERGETIC.
Hcliccliite- of lllichi.-e-n llMskelhall
tin iocs Includes V, r,
Canton, .V. Y Dec. . Tho bnrdest
b.iHk'itb.ill hclleillllii that St, l.awrrncn
Ii.'ih utti tiipteil was ntihnuiiicil to-day by
Miiiiiiger llltclieock, eighteen game,
seven at home and eli'vcti abroad, which
lliclttclc tin e-r trips, rompnsi) tho caril,
Ni'W Yuri; I'lilvcislty will be pl:iei on
Deei niber 2d, Notic Damn on February li,
I'rinii'ton on Dccciiiln r I" nml tho season
will close with the Army at West Point
on February IIV The schcilulo:
Deirmlier , Ottawa at t'.iiitnn: 11. C C
V Y at Now York: 13, llroukljn Poly at
llriwlilyn; 14, St John's at Hrooklyn: 17,
I'rtiKctnn nl Prliiertnn 14. Lehlnh at South
ll"tlililiein l'i. I'r.itt In.tlliite :it Hrooklyn: W,
N Y !' Ht Ne w York .1 Hillary 0. 0 C N Y
at I'.inlnii, Niaaara nt Niiuura: 71, Koch-e-sti
r .it ftoehisler, i t iiliersity of Piltthurc
at Canton Fe'iru.iry 3 New Hampshire State
.-it Canton fi Niaa.ira lit t'liunn. II, Notm
lianie at Ciiiilon .1 xpruullelil Trilnln st
I'.inlnii . tpi'iiffiielit Tniinitw nt Mnrliifflsd:
I' S .Military Acacleniy at West J'o'lit.
IVVJ I'll I inn, foieiloor. .-..nns.en.-rr. aecja, mi-.
irrcvi. ajKil , a lati e",in ' '.SL.'.'r
7.1ii: rrfrl- innnn-inr mt lourlnc, laie
U( 1)1 I' A It I M I M
IF IIIIIIVIIW ,v
ll .Mllll SIIIKFT.
USED CARS ft ACCRHial
I Cm iCAnri
jgio-12 Michigan Ave
Before January I tery one of our USED
CARS will be sold. Of course to do this we
mut offer bis. inducements, big bargsim, and
Our list includes HUDSON "fours" end
! '"!"..' antl. numDr f standard makes of
both "fcn.rs" and "mci."
1 famine tliese car make a reaonable olfer,
an I the car of your cl'oicc is ours
This n!e wi ! hcsin to-morrow You better
Ret here c.ui And remember all these cars
air in pctfci t condition
THE A. ELLIOTT RANNEY
1700 Broadway, New York.
LSKI) CAR DEPARTMENT
W2 -11 H P Locomobilr Landaulrt
"Hi I" II P Uroinohile 5 as, Tour.
191 : 48 11 P locomobile 7 Pass Tour.'
Wi 11 P Locomobile 4 Pas,
1911 ill H, P LcH-omclnlr l.andaulct
1903 41) H P Locomobile Truck Clia.n
l')H ( r NinWnUr ti Pas.
1911 li H P. l ut 7 Pa. Tourms
I'll l'rtrlr-s Tour rrpnnttil barRain
1910 .Stcxciis I)jrca 7 Pan To.irnn:
1 rilnilli I en iiiniilil In iMirclia.nl fro in
us I- u liar, tu eeil
J. A. Mcllish. MSr Used Car Dept.
LOCOMOBII.K COMPANY OF AMERICA
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