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THE SUN, MONDAY, DECEMBER , 1913.
No Trade Yet for Tinker, Says Herrmann Six Day Bicycle Racers Get Away
HERRMANN IN TOWN
READY FOR TRADING
Not hi n Hurry, Thoupli, as Five
Xntinnal liPnjruo Clubs
DAVK FI'LTZ WTTjL BE II K A It
.Orjrnn.zpii Rnsohnll Will Flffht
if Kwlf-rnls Sifru IMajors
Chicago Gets Offer
of Harvard Date?
CHICAGO, Dec. 7.-Whilo official
v-' confirmation In lacking, It in
understood hero that Harvard has
offered Chicago University its choice
of October 21 or 31 for a football
game in tho Harvard stadium.
Action will bo taken by the athletic
board of control when it considers
the schedule. Tho only objection
in that Couch Stagg will have to bring
his team to u climax early in tho
season, with n chnnce of some of tho
players going stale later as a result
of the hard work. Football practice
in tho Western campaign begins
before September 23, and this would
allow but a little more than a month
in which to whip the team into first
class condition for a long trip and
u hard game.
Baseball men from nil over the country
tiegan nrrlving here yesterday. The 1
International League will hold Its annual
fall meeting at the Hotel Victoria tn-duy
mid the National l.caKiie will convene at
th Waldorf-Astoria to-morrow. Carry
Herrmann, president of the Cincinnati
Itnls. who Is trying to effect a trade
T TL,lnf mill fit Hftrliro .1 heV
manager for tho Pnrkvillc tcian, arrived I
hern yesterday and registered at the ,
Waldorf. Herrmann was away from the I
hotel all day. which gavo rlso to the re- i
port that he was holding conferences '
with the owners of the (Hants, Brooklyn
ml Vlilltlra recnrdlnc a proposed deal
iZ, en.r hSvv'cv'e'r. ?K"n"n Sti ' lUin CpotO
he. had not seen any baseball men. but
had been out riding In an automobile
WIDE DISCUSSION OVER
NEW RULING AT OXFORD
Aftrr October Next Good
Work ly Americans.
'So far I have ucelved only one prop
osition for Tinker," sild the Cincinnati
magnate, "and that was from ine i una-
dclphla club, which offered Knabe and
Coolun for Tinker ami (.rnn. unnu Considerable discussion Is going on In
down this nttcr. ;nuse the Beds could ,.,,, ovcr , r(,cen, ruU, of ,hp Qxtou
Oroh l a better ball player than Knabe University A. C. barring men from the
rlrrht now. He Is only a kid, too. and Is I freshmen sports who have at any time
hound to Improve. If we traded him the been In resldcnro In any other university
Itcds would be greatly weaKenea. or similar Institution. At first this seemed
H-he selection of a new mat.aRer for , ,w almp) h ,
$nfT&M "T Prom,nPn, of w"om nre Am"'-
not be pulled off this week. No. we cans, but communications to the London
haven't made an offer to Mordecal Hrown papers bring out the fact that the edict Is
or In fact to anhoiiy. vvc lire vmums, iiiw inr micnins,
a. i.,,ni' lino thine 1 wish Tub (J, C. Vassal), a member nf th enm
8CN would make clear, though, and that mlttee. lias explained that the new rule
Is the Iteda must obtain a nrsi cms applies io an ncademic establishments
shortstop to till Tinker's place. Wc have whete the age of residence extends beyond
,i..i.i.i t cpi rid of Tinker If possible, 1!) years. Ctraduates nf the Scotch unlver-
hut -.ou can wav that we wilt not accept sltlcs, for example, frequently matriculate
M . . ., ttiniinh ..'ft llv.i..! .....I ....1.l.l
a cash orfer tor nun, nni ,nwMf... . unvm .um ...unuriiiKr. . oi run Re pro-
1.1. i.uo nt tlft.min. If the test Is made on behalf nf ihe Australians
Hrru.Llvn club call meet our demands for since residence at a colonial or foreign
desirable playing talent Tinker will w university Is a condition Imposed by the
turned oxer to F.bbets. The same Roes for lthodcs bequest. Injustice may be done to
the (Hants, Phillies, Cub and Pirates. . them by tho new rule.
all of whom are anxious to Ret Tinker. .Meantime the Ithodes scholars are nl
ln view of so many chances to obtain lowed to compete In nny and all events,
nnd men for the Beds we are not roIiir as the new rule will not become operative
to do anything In a hurry" until October. 1914. They are taklUK full
"Will fJov Tener be elected president advantaRe of their opportunities and the
,,,, Vati'oiinl League on Tuesday-.1" latest returns of IntercolleRe meets
asked the reporter. ' chronicled many victories for the forelgn-
ore thine" replied Herrmann. "He ers. Norman Taber, tho Brown athlete,
in receive a unanimous vote. His etec- , Is credited with a fine performance In
Hon will be a InMietit to the lcaRUC and the strangers' half mile handicap at the
,n rMnlied baseball. His nomination
SIX DAY RIDERS OFF
ON WEARY JOURNEY
Seventeen Men, Bcpresentins ns
Many Teams, Start Away
SOCCER GAMES THROWN OUT.
CROWD CHEERS THEM ALL
Field With Orenda in Lend One
Lnp Ahead of Record for
the First Hour.
A. I-', A. Tribe Drastic t'ltiin for
Minor Offences Agnlnat Utiles.
NkwahK, Dec. 7, Because II did not
rcRlsler a player named Hynds the
MVooklyn Football Club, which had
reached tho tl.'rd loiinil In tin- American
cup tie soccer competition for the cham
pionship of the I'nllid Slates, was
ordered to replay the Rami's won from '
the Clan McDonalds and the llrldsepurt
City team at a meetlnit of the American '
Football Association heie last nlRht.
The association ordered the club to
play Ihe Clan McDonalds next Sunday.
and the winner to meet the llrldt-cport
BUSY SESSION AHEAD
FOR LEADING BOXERS
Wells vs. Cnrpentlcr and Ritchie
vs. Murphy Most Impor
aim ine winner to meet tile iiridRcpori , . -,e,
team on Christmas day. The game won IWCKEl S. RR1T TON ' AUA IX
by the Fall Itlver Hovers from the True
.Mm Flynn to Try Out Levinsky
and McAllister to Show
Hlues of I'atcrson. last year's champions,
nlso was ordered replayed, because tho
Hovers used a player named Murphy, a
member of the New lledford Club, with
out notifying; the secretary. This same
will be played In Taterson next Sunday.
All the contests In tne third round of
the competition will be nlaycd In Penn
sylvania. Two of .the Raines will Iw In
Philadelphia, one In Tacony and the
other In Hethlehem. All of the games Several Important Rlove flRhts will be
must be played on or befote December decided this week both In this country
28. The West Hudson: of Harrison drew I. -t..,, . , ,"
It" Play analnst the Itethlehems. The, " ,, ." uno1."i,",1e
Philadelphia Hibernians will be at home, ',ctn Hombardlcr Wells, I.urIIsIi
,lth either the Fall Hlver Hoveis or ' heavyweight champion, and CeotRes Car
thn Pateri-on True Hlues: the Victor F. C. pentlcr, the French title bolder. Is srhod.
of Philadelphia will have the .lersey A. C if(1 for to-nlRht at the National Sport-
uiMiriiie, it iii i ine i,tcini i.-.iiu
play the winner of the Hrooklyn-Clan
The Ameilcan Football Association Is
the oldest soccer organization In the
Kast, mid now Is affiliated with the
United States of America Football Asso
ciation. The question of whether an af
filiated club had the riRht to play aRalnst
liiK Club, London. AlthouRh both have
been knocked out. Wells by Al Palr.er and
C.unhont Smith, and Carpcntler by Frank
Klaus and Hill Papke, there Is much riv
alry because Wells claims that he was 111
when Carpcntler stopped him nearly n
ear nRO In four rounds. They will flRht
a club not under the Jurisdiction of the for an Jls.OHii purse.
1', S. A. F. A. was apaln threshed out. Another Important event to-nlRht Is n
As In the case of the recent V, S. A. r. A. ten round bout In Milwaukee between
council meeting 111 New Yoik, at which I'ackey McFarlaiiil and Jack Hrlttnn, the
tho application of the True Hlues of rival ChlcaKo llRhtwelRhts. The weight
Paterson to' play such a K.nne In St.
l.ouls was denied, the- request again was
decided In the negative In this Instance
the application came from the Philadel
phia Hibernians, who had been Invited
by the St. Isolds people to come West as
a counter attraction to that of the rival
appealed to me lis soon ns 1 heard fiom
ISl't Huker of the Phillies, who first
auBRCStcd him to till Lynch s shoes,
have no grievance against Lynch and
I Intend to call on him at league head
qu rlers to-mnrrow. It was in.posslb e
to retain him In ofllce because ..f the
factional feeling In the league, ''Vf"
i, Hon. st and In conducting hi office he
has Plaved no favorites. But his with
Srawal was Inevitable when (lov. Teller's
na".y.rlZL of the Players
Fraternity ! discussed durlm. tne league .church, and Ualllol. He won tho
"""vJs15' The club owners will pa-ss on
aeh demand .ori o '""'"'.tlon-t'l
T.ier to act as a member of the National
Commission In Jnuar. If the frater.
insists upon being reproented b Its
out piotvst. Somebody must represent the
nla vers, vou know' "
" What about the lVileral League.
,.t wnrrv nc a bit. Ine
P.il.-iiils have a perfect right to operate rm Df intercolleRiate cup contests
their circuit but organized baseball will ,y a victory over Oriel. The South
in.iut that they respict tlm restive rule. , African won four events and only in the
i ihev slim uiiv of our players we in- quarter and half mile was ho forced to
.I...I in iiebt either In the courts or by i ti ml himself In addition to winning
Iii . ,,,,' n ' If the Federals use players these he took first In the Hid yards and
i , . I., ii.li ' b-loiiK tn organlzid leagues broad Jump. Not all the foreign material
w 11 u allowed to paddle their own Is corner. -I by Oxford, for In the dual
they wll I o al a . , , ttln lnri., Mwcvn CamhrldRe freshmen and
eanoe. win ' , the London Scottish Club the broad Jump
'UViU O,e1o,,milssion meet tlds week- . as won , by H. U N. Twopemiy ,, Aus-
Kebli-lleitford sports. He ran from
scratch anil was beatrii eight yards by
11. S. P.obeitson. a twenty-eight yard man,
In 1 .,"iT In weather that was described as
boisterous and unsettled. The chief merit
of his performance was In disposing of his
fellow scratch man, II. U. D. Hudd, the
South African, who ran a dead heat with
Taber In the half mile at the Oxford
freshman sports. In the latest race Taber
finished second, while the South African
V. H. Havens, the Hutgcrs and New
York A. C. hurdler, was the star of the
dual meet between his college. Christ
yards In in i'-5 seconds and the 120 high
hurdles In 17 seconds, besides tying with
two otner men lor llrst place In the high
Jump. The time m.ulo In the hurdle event
Is the best of the term so far, but If
Havens tuns up to the form he has shown
In Amcrlcn ho will clip fractions from
this heforo tho Intervarslty sports,
Though beaten by Taber In the
stiangers' half Hudd proved again that
he Is a remarkable athlete when he was
the means of placing Trinity In the third
TEAMS STARTING I.ONO HACK.
Clarke sml Hehlr.
ttont nd McNsmsra.
Kegler nfid (ioullt.
(trends and Moran.
I'erchlcot anil Hreton.
Hill and Ityan.
Welthour and Collins.
Walker ami Pye.
Verrl and Hrneen.
Lawrence and Magln.
Halatril ami Drnbarh.
Antlrmnn ami llannrii.
Carmen ami Cameron
Cnrry anil Hdll,
Mitten and Thomaa.
Keefe and Kopiky.
Applehans anil l'ackerbuich.
December It was Just one minute old
when seventeen bicycle riders gathered
from all quartets of the globe heard the
crack of the starter's pistol which sent
them off on a Jaunt which will last for
HI hours on the saucer track In Madison
Square Garden. They were the men who
started the ball a rolling In the fifteenth
annual six day team race.
Arthur Zimmerman fired the starting
gun. The race was enlivened right at
the start by a puncture to Ernie Pye's
tire and Cordon Walker was hurried to
the track. Drobach set the pace for the
first mile, which was covered In 2:0" 1-5.
Hreton led at five miles, being clocked
In 11:31 3-3. rackenbusch of the Oer
man Invasion thought the pace too slow
along In the eighth mile nnd started a
furious sprint, but was overhauled by the
speedy McNnmara, who pulled the Held
up with htm.
At the end of the first hour the riders
were one lap ahead of all previous records.
Grenda was leading the bunch, which had
covered 25 miles and 6 laps.
Shortly after 1 o'clock the first spill
occurred. Pye being the victim In trlng
to avoid hitting Verrl. Pje was not In
Nearly all of the old veterans were-
there, the rank and tile that have been
... .......... nnA nt Ik. M f- Mm .Inn ttlA I
,u w -.: intercollegiate meet on May 30. the place' "r '
time of the old one man affairs. No,, !,.,.,,,-,, ,,,. . i,,...,,.,,,,,, . k lost ilev
noticeable decrease could bo seen In the oxtende, to the t'lilverslty of Vermont,
number who come down early on the New York 1'nlvcrslty, Alfred University,
Sunday night preceding the race and stayi University of llochesti'r. It. P. I and Hut-
until the track la taken down. They were gers to compete In tin meet,
on the Job as usual and had their vest
pocket camping outfits with them. , RAIN DOESN'T STOP GUNNERS.
There are ridera of all types and na-
M.G. A. ENTERS 17TH
YEAR OF EXISTENCE
F. S. Wheeler Retii'lnj.' After
Three Year Service.
Willi Ha mutual meeting nnd th
Smith slopped htm last summer, will try 1
in reiieein iiiinseil ill a column Willi liai-
tllng Li'Vlnslty nt the Atlantic (inrdeti A.
Tills Livlnskv person Is a light heavy
weight who is above the average as n
boxer mid u puncher, but be struck a snag
last vvcik when he was bested In a bout
nt Hrown't) ilyiiinaslum by Al Weluert
of HintiM', N. .1., hitherto unknown. For' ... . . ,, v. ... t
that reason Flynn believes ho will beat l. I'. MIILrSie,V 111 111' .M'vt nninri,
Levinshy. i ne nreniau will carry aiiout
IMi pounds, while his opponent will weigh I
under l"n, j
Willie Ritchie lightweight champion of
the world, will defend his title at Jim .
(.'off roth's club In San Francisco on Wed
nesday night. He will take on Harlem!
C HA FEE RECORD THROWN OUT.
i.. iiiDntt inn v Ui iikti iMiiiuiii "mi jmiii' in icri, nuit.ii in
I! I will be here In the suns his getting his blue for the big
"I think so.
nl , , ,r,.ncl. wm
Lvi c on -rucM ay I eee no reason w hy
,- ! ., , ., 11 a meeting of the com... s-
In all probability
DURH0R0W STILL SWIMMING.
of the best combinations in the field, nnd
there are many who expect to see them
very much to the fore neit Saturday
night As a matter of fact all of the
riders from the far off Antipodes nrn at
least respected If not actually feared.
Ileggit! McNamarj, the very latest Impor
tation from Australasia. Is paired up with
Eddie Hoot, a tiotham rider, and there
seems to bo no doubt that this team will
be there or thereabout when the tlmo
comes for the final spurt McNamar.i
showed his ability as a rldiT on Saturday
night when he stuck to tho last in the
pursuit race and won for his team by
catching Joe Fogler.
With the exception of Frank Corry all
of the other Australian entries are fairly
well known to cycling enthusiasts. Corry
Is teamed with John Heriell, a veteran six
day man. Alfred (Soullet, who will tako
turns on the saucer with Joe Fogler, has
plenty of endurance, which Is truo of all
Australians. Added to this he can hold
bis own In a sprint. Alfred Grenda too
Is a great little plugger, who has a hit
of a spurt In him. Grenda Is In partner
ship with Jlmmle Moran and will mako
the bunch go some to beat him. Gordon
Walker and Krnest Pye, like Hehlr and
Clarke, make up a purely Australian team.
Of the foreigners the French team of
Andre IVrchlcot and Petit Hreton and tho
Italian team df Krancesco Verrvl nnd
Maurice Hrocoo are expected to show th
best form. Brocco always has been a
Kreat favorite here for tho way he make-s
the other riders keep going at top speed
throughout the race. Hreton was cheered
loud and long and Verrl came In for his
share of the applause.
What the German team, Willie Apple-
Ihe Phillies In ti.vlng to 1H-' 1 ,11493 miles: 1011, 4"li tulles: 1912, nofi I bans and Herman Packebusch, may do on
miles: 131.1 up to November SS, ST6 miles, i the Garden track remains to be seen.
I This makes a total of 3,031) miles, or an They are practically an unknown quan-
average of 433 miles. a year. Jtlty.
r,7 Miles t Credit for
nnd lliul la Nut Vet.
. I, . ..line for the Waldorf, where , perature or the water at 41 degrees, will
.1,1 a earnest confab with the Clu- Ret the credit o holding the greatest mile
ii iii urn ite Kbbets told Herrmann age of any of tho worlds swimmers.
lt t i. t ' the llrooklyns wanted From April 1 to date Durborow has not
rtllll m-. ....... i.. inkiH :l I nvfl HU- mm HL' Tinv- nr- nn...M.
State College t'nlnn l'lnrta Hammer
Was I lider Wright.
ITtica, N. Y Dec. 7. The annual meet
ing of the New York Stale Intercollegiate
Athletic Union was held here esteiday.
Hepresentatlves fiom Colgate, St. Law
rence, Hamilton, Hobart and Union weie
present. The football pennant for the
1913 season went to' Union, the baseball
pennant going to Hamilton, and the
track pennant to Colgate.
The athletic committee decided that the
record of lt'.'i feet, made by Chafee of
Colgate In tlm hammer thtovv should be
thrown out, the hammer not weighing
sixteen pounds. The disqualification of
Chnfee glyca first place to Jcsup of Hamilton.
m io, m oi'.ock, which is tne same
that governtd their battle In the Garden
last sprliiR when McFarlaiiil won by n
wldo margin. Hrlttnn was scared vvi.en
he entered the ring on that occasion and
I'ackey used him for a plaything. Hrlt
tnn sas he'll not be afraid or rattled
this time, but that doesn't alter the fact
that McFarlaiiil yesterday was a 3 to 1
To-morrow night Fireman Jim Flynn,
who hasn't boxed here since Gunboat
Henna., iiifcin. ii'- win wiiM on iini inn i ...... .... --. ,.-
Tommy Murphy of this city In a twenty 1 election oT olllcers for l.i I at ,,,"r "
round bout, the weight being US pounds, to-morrow .veil ng the x V'"'1'0 !'"' ',, !
scaling one hour before ring time, llltehle, I ftssin-iiuiiiii n "'" " , ";.., .. . , i
therefoie. will have an advantage of M'.ir of Its existence. I Sin e tw "' '
several pounds when he answers the llrst III , S'J7 the Metropol It. I. . sso. n.
sound of the gong. II-will .ecelve II2.0M0 which Includes c ubs v vlthln t I f -II
for his end-and California sporting mm ' rn.llus of New- ork el ml
nr- offering to b.. 2 to 1 that he will , l'o'o of lng Is i.tH.
irrv off the honors nent part In the development or Ann rn an
' Murphy" be has been done onlir 0W lu'Z
the coast, wheie the climate seems to In-, most position among tl . v.. ion. Yj', 0";
vlKorate him. lie was beaten on Points tl J "'"'' "0,, o It' n
In twenty rounds there by McFarlaiiil and fjr ' ' "J1"''1 ,,;h re C'""
th-n whip, Ad Wolgast on a decision ' 'f ' Z L A lS.
I,, a scrap of similar length. Hut Murphy s , stVofe , Vv . , , isoi latlons have
F m In,",,r,"nt
rater, have created the belief that he has I maun s.
seen his best days, successful one from the standpoint of
.. u .. ..I, . "Ti , ..,i i,iat- competitive golf In the Metiopolltan ills
Hub McAllister, he Callfo. nla ml Idle- mxlvvll nvtatlo.i tournaments
weight, who Is said to be a llrst sa i.lajcl and seven ihamlonsl.li
boxer, will make his llrst nppeanii.ee here e wf(n (u, M,.,roI,0lin
at the l almiont A. C. Wednesdaj night. Ub , nl,ittlon there was the unmi.il
McAllister will tackle ung Mike Dono- TOnlor. ,011rnnIlll.,lt t A.awamis, which
van. a son of the veteran boxing lnstruc- d,.Hervra to ho p,.c, In n class all Its
tor or tho New Yoik A. C, who Is now n A Mrtroll0tn golfer, Jerome D.
under the management of James Johnston, Trliv,r(li won t,P ni.tloual, Mi tropolltnn
an etpcrt handler of lighters. McAllister an( Nt.w. jprpy n.iiat.Mjr chainiilonshlP'.
arrived l.eie six weeks ago, but an attack a 0r wlilch were played In the Metropolis
of tonsllltls compelled him to stop train-1 tan ,trL.t. Two Invitation tournaments,
lug. If he whips Donovan several local 1 ,no!v 1(t Apawamls and Povvelton, nlso
piomoteis will tty to match him with tter(1 won hv TrnVcrs. and he added
George Chip. Jimmy Clabby, George Ashe , anoh.r victory' to his record by going out-
or Frank Klaus. . aide of the dlstlct nnd winning an Invl-
1 M I tatlon tournament at tho Mohawk Country
Jess Wlllard Is Ivonked for a ten round j-j,,
argument with One Hound Dnvls In Atnong the Metropolitan amateur
Hulfalo Filday night. This is the bout Walter J. Travis ranks second as a winner
which Will ird cancelled nearly a year ago ,n th sc!1!,on jst Qwe having led In
with the result that he was suspended by bofh Iak,w00(j tournaments, and won at
the llovlng Commission. Wlllard expects Tu , (f(.r ellmlnattnir Travers. Fred
to beat Davis rather easii n wn cn e ..i Prrhofr ,n w,in!nB the Oakland tour
he may agree to box 1 ork l l.v n at tne -, B vlrlnrv over the trlola
,rtlng.Club of this c.ty o.iore, -- ,-. of -,. .
be meits Itodil. the Hoer. In New Haven
on December 29.
MATTY LEADS NATIONAL
PITCHERS FOR SEASON
According to the National League's nsw
method of computing the pitching aver
ages, by rating the boxmen ns to the aver
age number of earned runs scored In a
nln Inning game, Chrlty Mathewson of
the Giants led all competitors last caot..
Matty took part In forty games, pitching
The committee decided to hold the next 1 innings wiin an average or .-.oh runs
per game, in. won iweniy-nve games ami
scoring four shutouts, strik
ing out ninety. three batsmen and allowing
291 hits ami 94 inns.
Adams of Pittsburg "lands i-ccond In
the list, with an aveiago of 2.1.1, while
Tesreau and Demaree of the Giants aie
third nnd fourth ?esp.ctivel with Mar
quanl eighth. Cheney of the Cubs worked
III llfty-four games, leading In this re
spect, with Seatun of the Phillies In ftfty
tvvo and Sallee of the Cardinals In fifty.
Hc-cher of the llids secured ninety
fnnr hnsfs on balls lii 141 games and
champion. The other member of the so-
called Big Four. Obwald Klrkby, failed
to get Into the list of winners this year.
His best performance was In the New
Jersey championship at Haltusrol wher
he was defending the title which he won
In 1912. He went through to the final
round, where Travers defeated him by 3
up mid 1 to play.
In the Metropolitan open at Salisbury,
Alex Smith was the winner. It was bis
fourth victory In the event, which has
been played eight times, and In one year.
1911. Smith did not enter. With his
brother, McDonald Smith, the Metropoli
tan open champion, defeated Vardoii and
Hay at Wykagyi In the only exhibition
match In which the two British golfera
were beaten while in this country.
HuRRlns of the Cat dinars Rot ninety-two Philip Carter of Nassau won the Junior
In 121 games. F.vers of the rubs in iji Metropolitan championship of 191.1, which
Raines struck out only fourteen times, ine was played at the Platnneid Couutiy Club
tlonalltles In the contest. Auitialla.
France. Italy, Denmark, Germany and
America are represented. Tho thirty
four starters are about equally divided
into groups of sprinters and pluggers. 1 Larchmont Yacht
There has nlwavs been more or less argu- i eores jsterday
ment among the fans as to which t.vpe
Is the more Important some hold out
for the sprinter as the man who wins laps 1
when they are to be gained, and thv others .
are Jut as strong fur the plugger, who
sticks to the heels of his rivals through
out the long mid tidlous hours until the
opportunity arises to steal a circuit.
Jackie Clarke and Paddy Hehlr, the
Mr.Malion, ami fpoda Junior and
Senior Mtnr at Traps.
l.ARCIIMOS'T. Dec. 7. Shooting In a
downpour of tain tho trapsliooters of the
(lull ma He excellent
Daniel F McMahon
carried off the boners, winning three of
the eight matches and tying in a fourth.
In the accumulation cup match at tlfty
birds he turned In a full score on a handi
cap of 4. Seven men tied In the shoot
for tho take home troph), each with a
full score of 2T, In the oot off
McMahon won. He also captured tho
leg for the visitors' cup.
A feature was the shooting of 11. K
r.e.ird for the season III this league. The
Cubs ld In obtaining free passes with
r, r. 4 and the Huston Braves were charged
with MO strikeouts. Following are the
official averages furnished by John A.
H..vdler of the National !eagin".
PITC'IIKIIH WHO PITCIIIII) T ,K ST Fl VF. COM 1'I.BTK G AM KM.
Arranged li Percrlilnae uf llarnrd runs IV r Mnr Inning liamr.
2 l- - r
v t. - i. :
c- . n t e
Australian team, nr looked upon us no I j,, ThiH thirtern ear-old 'on
of the champion. U. U. Spotty, afti'p re
turnliip full scores in two rontiHti, tied
MUifWnn. N'tn Ynrk .
i TnrfAti, ,Nrv nrk
Irtimrrr, work ,
MurquAril, Nru nrU,,.
" htnlth, t'hlcariTo
Vinllnff. Hnmntj-n . .
Sen urn. l'hlUl Iplitri... .
itrulbru'h.rhl . Urook...
Humi'lif V". tiUAtfn
Sallrr, t IhiU
Atth's, rt nrrf, I in .
D. K. MoMalion in tho HO bird lmndlrap Jninrs Utsnm
".:..,,, natter Will 1
w ....mmlsslon. as I un
ns ' , " .."; two nlavcrs are still
..7.1 ...o ..r iii,.ir names for ne- Plttt.AiiKl.ritt.v, Dec. 7. Charles R,
iMMiuih ii" " , 1 Durborow. the local distance endurance
I8i'.eLni..iit r'bbets ot the Brooklyn club swlmmei who Is still swimming in the
.ii. i i l now 'that Herrmann had arrived open w aters nf the Delaware Hlver and
!1, 'Tk. H i ne" fiom Tub HfN last who on Thanksglvlug Day swan, across
..... n-i..,., i... ..nt on bis raincoat anu ine nver hi uiverion, a., whii inn tern
. . i. . .ii,. for the Waldorf, where , perature of the water at 41 degrees, will
fortliwlin iw .nade tnlss.sl a day's swimming, having covered
'linger nun u m " - - tllc ' more than r.Tr. miles In open water. He
iwo offers, one a bm " '! e,"r sw.tni the Delaware 1S2 times during that
other involving tlm ' ot " , ,C'um i time and one-third of his mileage Is
iw.. pitcher and utH ; " lar n n a
Informed the Brooklyn nt , l,,r,orow's mileage for Ihe last seven
medtsl n shortstop and ?U-V Li ? 1 years Is as ndlows: 1907, 292 miles;
Slibete coniiiliie wiui i i ei,..i.i 1!lfts 37,1 m,.s ; 1909, 41 miles; 1910.
,1 irml,.. laker, w 10 lives in . .. ,,
Iliookhn. Joined Herrmann and Kbbrta
'aier In the evening and they talked mat-
is ovcr In private.
When I'.eil Claik and Barney Dreyfus
of the Pirates arrived last night they
jveie prepared to hand over four players
for Tinker, said to be John Miller, Chief
Wllron. Al Dolan 11.ul Arthur Butler. .Man
tger livers of the Cubs will bo here this
mottling Io renew his offer of Bresnahan.
Coniilon and a pitcher for Tinker. Tho
(Hants, It is believed, are willing to con
older Fletcher or Shafer In a trade.
The liiteiii.tliniial Leauiie men will con
vene at " o'clock Hum afternoon. The
hlef topic will be the plat, to arrange
an luterli agi." schedule with tho Amerl
iai. Association clubs beginning on Au
gust in, As alieiuly stated In TllF. Sun
ll.e Nevvaik club, which Is owned by Kb
bits, Mi'K'ei ver A Co., favors this Innova
tion. The Jcise.v City iluli Is also ready
shoot. Both returned full scores,
McMahon's handicap being 10, and
Spotts's 2s. They will shoot this off next
lcalph L. Spotts was high gun for the
day, scoring 13 out of the possible U,0.
A. L. Burns was the runner uo with .Tnhnsan. Cincinnati
1.15. SnoIlK nlso wns the winner of the Mark, llrnnk . ( lilrato
in bird scratch shoot. C. J, Corbet t won
the !." bird scratch shoot and A, W.
Allison took the leg on the monthly cup
with a full scorn of 2!i.
1 v irr. nnsiim
Atten. tlriMikl 11
lli mtrlx. Pltistnii g
llniun, M , ( lnri. mall .
White Hoar Hw limped In sramp.
Ilimk. St. Iiuls
la)i r, I'lilladfliihla
Itlvrj. Plillaili llila,
ltli'stnii. 1. us. on
( uttls, PriKikun
OTonli , llltsbttrc.
1 VrOtillUn. Ittlstiurg
... .... . 1 ..i 1 . .. f 1 1 jii.nrirr. ('hli-airo
111 ne- -ni-iii.cunK.ii ,-,Kur kiu nnu.
.r-iu.. .....! ,!...... .i... ,....i ... aninlu. IHts . I lilll
l milKIU .',.11, ,,,r,ut.ui I,., rl-UllJ
afternoon tho llreciipolnt F. C, defeated
tho White Hose eleven by 7 goals to 2. At
half time the wore was 1 all, Fleming
with 4 tallies, Hutchliigson with 2 and
Hartley with 1 made up the victors'
points. Haln fell throughout the game.
Hess, IfiMliin . M
llHrn.nh. SI . . ..'
Sukks. I'lnelnnsll... . M
Frnmme. Cincinnati. N.Y 3.
(irlnrr. St. I.. 31
1'rrrllt, Sit. IauI.. 3
:s am :s it 4 tin;, snt n ;t ai 3 111 :n : os
:i 311 ;t la 4 i::7 :7t n ta tit r im 75 : ii
t; :: 1.1 t its r:: 7 1111 w us t :.t7
It no 1:1 t D t;a .'. .is "1 '.' t& 111 2.JI
it iki 13 r, :i ii 13; 3 rn n fn 4.- 1 30
h n 11 at 7m isi 7 4i :i 1 i.' - 311
12 lor ti l.' 1 nci :th s ic hi o ; .v, : :
:o vss '.'.i 10 4 11 -.'4s 3 41 til .i im sii '- ro
s 1:1s ; j 1 m: 15s 4 si 4" 0 11 .in : ;t
:'.' ;i 11 - 1 jm :'J h i i:i la 117 s: '.'.,7
s it? s s : .7 3 to 10 4 .vi 4; 2
;i .iK 27 12 a imi va in isn 11s a H7 fti 2 m
ll lis s B 2 I0 ls A 5J :A 3 St 41 2 H
13 it ia 4 2 713 inn ; 2i ai so u 2 as
l 2Tf. 18 I.. 3 linn 2.',7 .". fJl ti 2 US S3 2 71
13 22 11 II 1 '.HI 220 a 7s 11(1 12 01 70 2 7"
til 13 10 I .Wl l:ll 7 .',7 73 7.', 42 2 7
21 22 s 7 IJ.U 2ss 3 7.'i IW .1 lor, Hi 2 79
2s 2n II 17 4 llsu II,", It ins 1 l.l 12 131 so 2 711
II 17.. 4 is 0 73a 111 10 s s2 4 7.', Su 1 sj
17 III 11 1.". 2 tr.rj in s:i lis :, wr, 7a 2 i
Pi 211 14 I", I Kim 23d 7 f.7 111 3 III S3 2 S7
II 17.1 II 12 1 tic 174 1 II 41 1 711 '.A 2 HI
17 2111 14 11 t live IM I .Ml inn 2 Ml k 2 IO
11 101 7112 tci :ns an 73 1 w7 fti 2 7
II 2"a II ia 3 1107 241 7 M 1117 137 HI 3 01
7 13S f, 2 .',71 IV, 3 17 K I .'. 47 3 0
.' Kl 2 SI .1st 7.1 A 3H .M 4 42 32 3 10
7 171 II U 1 7li 17.' in M t 77 .'. 3 11
II Urt ll .', I (Al Its a 7'i 3 7 6( 3 II
s 12S n 7 0 .it2 IIS 1 41 17 2 71 4S 3 13
.". If x ll 11 r.ll I 11 7 M .".7 2 75 55 3 la
11 212 ll 1.1 3 S7" 2MI 4 3U HI 1 107 77 3 17
7 11.", a s o 2.i us 3 .'5 :m i f.a si 3 in
7 11.' s o X 1(1 1 35 .V.I 3 fl M 3 12
11 Ki 11 7 1 is 110 n ro r.s a 7 m 3 So
in 201 in It 0 urn '.ne. 11 m 111 a Hi vi 3 ft
ft 212 '.1 V11 1 ln'al 252 II. M7 5 ft 131 lil 3 72
II 2C-- 15 is 0 llll 2SI I ftl inn .1 14", HI 3 77
IM llll 7 17 2 Itlft 131 7 til Hi 2 12.1 lit 3 S2
lft 77.1 21 1 ll.'il 2111 ft l"l ftft 3 135 ltd 3 W
IW) S li 3 SI 3 220 7 35 73 3 110 so 4 10
5 tfts II III 0 70ft 17 5 .'! 74 , SH 7ft 4 07
Is 125 111 12 1 WC 27U 10 ftft 7H 4 1.V1 127 OS
s 175 ft 11 0 774 205 K ftl (14 3 12.1 PC & IS
This event was played for the second
time, nnd show ed an Increased Intel est
among the younger golfers. Th m.ileli
piny conditions proved more popular than
hail the mrdal play list of tho first
At the meeting to-morrow evening
Frederick SS, Wheeler of Apawamls will
retire from the presidency of the associa
tion after a service of three years. Hit
term of office has been mniked by n suli
stantlal Increase In the membership of ths
association, and has been a successful
one in every way. Ills successor will Im
Darwin !'. Klngsley, who has not hitherto
In Id office In either the national or
Metropolitan association. The only other
change In the government of the associa
tion will be the election of M. N. Buck,
tier to succeed Joseph Knnpp . a
member of the executive committee
Soccer Men Drarr l'lcmcnta.
Floundering around In a sea of mud
at Woodslde, L. I., es(erday afternoon
the Fulton A. C, and the Yonkers Soccer
Football Club played Its scheduled match
In the second round nf the I'nlteil States
of America cup tlo competition. The
Yonkers eleven won the game by th
whitewash score'of 3 to 0, but tho game
was closer than the score Indicates.
Ihnae tn IS. lianirs , hut If" Irian Five Complete lisnirs.
tvilt.se. New York.
Crandall. New "inrk.
Cooper, IMIlsburK .
, llarier, 1 1nr1nn-.11. ,
I Chalmers. Philadelphia..,
Mniire, I'tilU.-cin. ....
I Hurl., Ml. I. ml'
' Ceyrr, SI. Lull
' Warner. Urooklyn
1 Illrhle, Chicago
cm'H iis.; ns
17 n its 0 00 1.15 f.'i 1 s 13 1 it in 1 .V"
35 2 Us I 4 0 411 PC 1 II 42 0 45 31 I SS
30 3 Kl 5 3 1 411 OH 2 IS 30 4 52 :il .'lid
17 0 47 1 1 0 10s 47 II l'l III 3 2.1 20 3 s.1
2ft I lift 3 PI o 514 113 6 51 I 7 75 112 4 l
l'l ll si 1 1 I 0 37.1 s I 52 :v, 1 .V. 4.1 4.M
l'l ll 70 0 2 o 32S SI ft ,TI 2H 3 45 40 5 11
3il 2 70 I 5 0 .'llll M 2 3 21 3 57 (ft 5 II
is II 71 4 2 o 311 77 3 l 11 1 40 4.1 & IS
,1ft II ft.'i 2 4 0 205 77 I 30 IS 1 53 42 5. IS
THIRTEEN START AFTER PRIZE.
.Manhattnn Clnli'n An nun I I'liraa
Tourney Crta Under Was.
With thirteen plaers enten-l, Irwluding
Macnus Smith, the title holder, the an
nual tournament for the championship of
the Manhattan Chess Club got under wav
yesterday. Four games of the llrst round
were decided. The list of nla vers Includes
the following: Dr. O. F. Adair. (J .1
Belhoff, F. P. Bejnon, F. S. Bonen, J. 1.
Clark, J M. Hanham. A. Kupchlk, 1
Llehtcnberg, W. M. P. Mitchell, O. 1:.
Northrup, O. Iloethlng, J. liosenthal and
The liveliest game of the round -.
i-cored by Belhoff agattiht Bowen in thirty-two
moves. Beihofr defended a C.luocn
Piano, offered the saorltlen of his queen
among other pyrotechnics and wound up
with an announced mate In two moves
Iloethlng defeated Clark In a Huy Iipc
lasting fifty-right moves and Llchteuberg
surprised Northrup bv winning the black
side of a queen's gambit declined In forty
The most stubborn game of the round
was between Beynon and Dr. Adair, tho
latter playing the black sido of a Huy
i.opez. ne nem the advantage at onn
stage, hut slipped up and resigned after
rrnnrll Formally Selected.
II VI, I, S IttUOItl)
CRISP NEWS OF YACHTS
AND AMATEUR YACHTSMEN
Former Commodore Leonard Tllcharfls
of tho Larchmont and Atlantic Yacht
dubs sailed a week ago for Huenos
Ayre.s. Ilo will spend on time In South
America and then visit Kurope. He will
ho gono for about six months and return
In time for tho best of the yachting sea
Commodore Oeorge Tt. Le Sauvage of
(tin ltensnnhurst Yneht Cluh nrrnln has
to Hue up with Newark ami It l prnh-1 , chosen to lend the club ns senior
able that Baltimore and Hulfalo will fol-1 ofiiver, Under Commodore ls
low suit The 1'roviilunie club Is on rcc-l K.mvnge's ndmlulstrntlon the Benson
ord as npimscil to the Hin nie and there j mlrHt ,.luh j1BJI Kr0wn vvon(Ierfully and It
is now more prosperous man 11 over wns,
may he others. The International League
clubs will bn represented as follows:
New ink, C. II. Kbbets, Jr., C II. Kh
bets, Sr , II W Medleus and (leorge Solo
11101. , Jereey City, Thou. as A, Fogarty:
llalllniore, JacU Hunu; Piovidence, F, J,
N.ivin and Bill loiiovau: llulTiilo, J. J,
Weill! Itmiiester, C. T, Chapln and John
Can7.el, Tot onto, .1 J MrCafferty ; Mon
treal, Samuel Lichleiihiitn.
ke-l'icslilent llernard and Manager
Joe Ulr... Ingham of the Cleveland Nnps
will lie here this week. They are looking
The Baseball Wrlteis Association will
hold Its annual meeting to-morrow to
elect olfiicrH for t.ot year and to ap
point two members to confer with tho
major league rules commit Ice,
The National League will appoint Har
ney Dreyfus ami John A, Heydler to ' ChosapcakH Bay
help Ban Johnson to tlralt tho playing
schedules for the big elri'.ltls.
Gov Tener will run over from Harris.
Tlm memliers nf this club are planning
to mako the coming season the best in
I Augustus L. Dole of the Coilnthlnn
, and Boston Yacht clubs I.uh sold Ills
1 schooner yacht Prlsellla and has pur.
I chased through the llollls-llurgess
agency the twenty-six foot sloop Alpha,
I which belonged to Arthur F, Leary, The
Alpha has beep renamed Prlsiilla,
I llalUmnie and Pl.lladeliihla yaolitsinen
i am planning a long illstat.ee rncn for
pest season. The course will be 4fin
' nautical miles. The start will be from
Philadelphia, nnd ll.e racers will 4-0
1 nrnu.nl Hut ielawine-Mi.rlani pcnlnsu
la, mound Capo Charles nnd up the
A Philadelphia yachtsman has plsred
an order with John (I. Alden for a 4b
foot auxiliary yawl. The yacht will b
heavily built nnd Is for extensive cruis
ing. Sho will he 34 feet on the water
line, 12 feet beam and 0 feet 8 Inches
The H foots of Xarragansett Bay
and Massachusetts Bay are to sail an
Interhay match next summer. The series
will lie snlled on Narragansrtt Bay somo
tlmo In July.
John Hays Hammond, Jr.. who recently
purchased the motor cruiser Nereides) II..
Is having that yacht refitted at David
Fenton's yard at Manchester. The Nerei
des took part In tho Bermuda raoo In
1909. She is SS feet over all and 12 feet
beam. The yacht Is to be fitted with a
wireless operating room and a wireless;
steering apparatus Is to be Installed,
Work on this yacht Is being rushed, na
Mr, Hammond wishes to continue his ex
periments nt Olouceirter Hnrbor this
The Chesapeake Bay Yacht Club of
Kastoii him elected tho following nfllcora
for tho coming yoar: Commodore, Col,
F, Carroll nf flnldshomugh ; vlco-com-modore.
Kidney H. Schuyler; renr comnio-
(lore, William J. Starr; treasurer, Justice
Alfred lee Tharp; secretary, Carl C
Davis: chaplain, the Ilev, S. I). McCon
it'll. Hoard of governors, Matthew T,
llotdsborougli, Col, liawnld Tllghman, .1,
Clioham Johnson, Dr. Hughlett Hard
oaslle. Urgalta committee, Andrew
Hathaway, J, CIraham Johnson, Sidney
FasTiis;, Dec 7, -Wllmer F.. Cnmell of St. Units..
Philadelphia was formally eleclist coach I YoU !;;";!
for Lafajelte's football team nt a meet
Ing last night. Ills selection Is a fourco
of great satisfaction to the student body.
Crowell, who graduated at Swarthmore,
Is regarded ah Just tho man Lafayetto
needs to develop the first class material
that will be left 01 this great team for tho
Three Trnmi Want White Sox.
ClltcAiio, Dec. 7. Pao Itobles, Boyt.e
Springs and Pasadena have mado offers
for Owner Comlskey to have tho White
Sox put In their spring practice work In
one of these California cities. Paso
Jtobles la the health springs resort whero
the team worked out last spring.
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. . tw
, . 15",
CI, I It STHIKKOUT Hllt'Oltll.
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
. I .VI
No. P C.
St. Units. .,,
Uosti'li ,, ,.
Indlililuat Walks and StrlkrnuK.
Heciird" of players who participated In at least
forty tames, arranerd accnnlltil to 11 limber of
iramrH liiaveil, Aiosi uhm-h -i-sn,
nams:lluet:li.. VI In 121 turn's
outs- I'irrs, II In 13 itaines.
111 In ill
l-irnt Ilacc Five furlongs -Hide nil. 5
(Knrdl, even, first ; .Innna. 110 1 McCarthy ,
to 1, sernnd: Bashful Bottle, 110 (Katep),
it to 1, third. Time, n:t,9 2.6. strike Out,
Hrlghtstnne. Pretty ).ile, Martin Chavla.
Bear Abbey anil Christmas Dat-y aim ran.
Second llare One mile Hell" of llryu
Mawr. 9ft (Ford), Io 1. flr-t; Mary Kmlly,
100 (Neylon), 3 to 1, second; Chanticier, 1110
.McDonald), 8 to I, third. Time, 1:3 1-5.
Maria Cochlll. Ursula Bmma, Ocean Qurrn
and Hume lo ran.
Third llaea Five f iirlnnr- Sir Alvearnl,
115 (Taplln), tn I, first; llosa of Jadilah.
lift (N'eylnnl, to It, second; Herpes. 115
(ftnlihlns), 5 tn 1, third. Time, 0:51 II 5.
Ida I.avinla. Basel C, I.lttte Jake, Veno Von
and Ktheldu also ran.
Fourth Hare Hidalgo Handicap, ftva and
a half furloiiaalllarney, 112 (dross), i to
2, first; IMIth W 112 (MeCabeJ, 6 to 1,
sacmid; Bird Mini. 103 (Nejinn), 10 to 1,
third. Tlm, 1:15 ! Mnngonese. F.msrald
Hem, Otaple, lledpalh, Milton llnblee and
nine also run.
Fifth lluce Five furlung Miss Sly, 115 livers, Chliaeo.
(I'slrp), s In I. nrst, iiiinu, 11 11 11.11111111, .1
I.ucleriK. Philadelphia. .,
J. Wilson, l'ltlshuri"...,
.1. Miller, l'ltis ure. ,
Merklc. .New York ,
J, suitih. Prnoklyn
Iliirns, ,N'e York. .....
Salrr. Chicago.. ... ....
hiiabe, I'hllaitclph a ....
(lakes, St, Units
Ciitshaw. llriMikbn . ,.,
Murray, New ork ...
Maran vllle, llosion. .,
Ilrsrhrr, (iniiiiuall . . .
Snodrrass. New Vnrk...
Konelchy, St. Louis
II Myers, lloston ,,
Swrrnry, Hostnn ,, ,
Maiilirrt, ll.ookh-n .. .
.Shafrr. New Vnrk...
S. Mare. I'lilladrlphln
Wheal, Hrnokljii ,
Vln, rlllsbure.. .
1 Maicrr, St. Units.
nrianeu, 1 nirano ,, .,
Mitchell, Chlcani, Pltt'burc.
Itirner, 5fw ior.. .
Io 2. seennii; I -nrnm ,,ir,, .1.' iiiiirurr;, i urirnii, ..
. . ' n.in 11. ...1. .iu...... Ik. , v Ia.u
In l, 1 no 11. 1 Iin' ,,.,. , nr. , , " .M-.ti
I'lilalnlile, Mnller. Veil" Fort)- mill rioHeiiiary ' Mourey, SI, Uiuls.,
,l. r,,. Moran, llinnkhn .
ui.ii, l.i.r (IiiuilHliinnn llnnilli-ati. stv,.n . '7 ',"llr'. ' '"!
furlonga Vaslod lllllhts, 105 iTnpllnl. 10 tn
1. llrst 1 Dorothy lieun, 101 (Find), 3 tn '.',
erendl Just Ited, IO.) lUlsnuiuui, 10 10 I
Time, lli.1, -injurj, irivn iirniir.
man, Founaanon ana um usuj ana ran.
lljlnr. niislinrir. Pl.lladelpl.la
it, nnrr. iiroosiyn
iMteh, ChlrftKO . ., ,,
yimmrrmsn. Chlrara 137
Connolly, .Boitoo ,,,,,,,,,..,110
, l .M
11 11, S CI.
P.iskrrt. Plillftilel.ihla 121
Stcneel, ll.ookhn 121
Whllled, St Units 123
lllli;i.'llis, ,SI, Lulls 121
tirnh, .Vew York, Clnrlnnatl 121
o'U-nry, M I mils . 121
Mcrr. .rw vnrh 1211
Mann, lloslnii 1211
Kllllfrr, I'liilailrlplila. . . 120
IkTkrr, Clnrlnnatl. Philadelphia. ..lis
Marsans. Ctnrlnnatt , , lis
(iatke, Clnrlnnatl Ill
W'nener. I'lttslmrg Ill
Win Co, St. liiuW.. ,, 112
AnliiT, Chliak'i Ill
Ttnlirr. Cincinnati.. ... tin
Hrvnre.Nrw York.Clnclnnall.rhlla. 105
(). MlUrr, lliooklyn. ini
Shei'kard, St LuiN, Cincinnati . (m
I'.vans, Si. Uiuls 7
Ulster, Philadelphia. Cincinnati, H7
HerriiR, Neu nrk lift
Itiirlilen, Ikikton 1(5
1'. Smith. Itiistiin lr.
Simon. I'll lstn.ru 02
l'lirian. Chlrairo. 01
Dnliin. Pl.lliuliiphla. llttsburg . . uo
TUn. IkMnn . H7
lliillrr, I'ltlsbiirg K2
Ward Miller. ChlcaKo so
Kiliig. Cincinnati so
W hallnir, llosiun . .... 7a
MrUan.M Unils. New York 7s
Her irhnoiiiier. I'lncluimll, . . 74
He l Un, Ikistnn . . 73
Meliiinald. Clnrlnnatl. lkislon . 73
Uird, Hostoii . ... 73
llresnihaii. ChlcaKo . oa
It Mltlrr, I'hlliii1ilihla , ftil
H.iiiinii'l. liookln. ,. , ft7
Calher, St. Uiuls A7
Hiatt, Ititsbiirir A3
risiiier. llrookhu (12
l!(i, Cli.clnninl. 01
Mi-Coruilck, Ni - ork... , 57
( henry. Chlrairo .. , 5ft
liooln, 1'hllailelphla 55
(irant. (iminnall. New York ., . 51
A W llsnn. .New York 51
llrmlrlk. rittstiurg .VI
Sralnti. I'liltailelphtA 52
Aliiuiiln. (inrlnnall .Vi
Sallre, St Units 511
(ioiKt, ChlriiKn 4a
Wllllum, Chicago 4U
lilhsnn, Pittsburg . is
CiamlAll. New York, SI, Louis,,. IS
Klrkpttlrlek, Urooklvn IS
Kelly, I'lt.blnire . is
Alexander, Philadelphia 47
Cnrilileu, Chlrairo 44
Harmon, St Umls 4ft
("hirer, Chlra cn, Ikwinn 41
Johnson, ('iminnall 41
Mensnr, l'l 1 1 s Im r 1- It
Itavan, Hrnokli n 11
Itohlnsnn. litlstmrR 4,1
Adams. I'litsbnrK 13
.Manpiard, Nriv York 13
thicker. Pronkljn 41
Tesrran, New Voik II
Knmmrrs. Pltisburi 4u
Ylnrllm, Brooklyn ,,,,,, 40
XUIhnwson, New York , 40
Erennan, Phlltdrlp !.,, 40
NICKALLS MAY BE; MAY NOT.
That's What Capt. nenegre Unys of
nnmored Conch KiiKawement.
Nw Havkn, Pec 7. Capt. Denegre of
tho Y'ale crew denied to-night that Ouy
Nlckalls. the Leander Itowlng Club oars
man. has been selected as head crew conch
"Nlekulls Is as likely to be the man ss
any other crew coach and no more so,"
said TVnegre to-night. "The rowlw- com
mittee is still roiuslderltiR the matter and
no decision Is expected until the hitter
part of this week,"
Among Yalo undergraduates, however.
tht opinion that Nlckalls will be tlm new
coach has gained considerable credence.
The announcement of the decision ie
gardlng the retention of the F.nellsh sieoU.
55 J Is awaited with Intense Interest here.
33 Cohn's Charges Strong Huiutera.
h! Harvey Colin, the former Irish Auieii
Mlcnn A. ('. mller. has had ciiusid-iable
j success with the Colby College athletes.
',5 1 The Colby cross-country team has Inst
IH , finished Its most successful si 'isnn 'The
J 'team finished second In the Maine tut -i,
1 collegiate run, ami the Maine teim
11 which beat Colbv later won tin. New
ft F.ugland Intercollegiate event. In h
Splatter lace Colby was U.I11I, ilifciili..:
"s MassachusettM lusllliito nf Ti elmnlngv
5 and six other teams The Tech bov's
on the following Saturday MliM.. , third
!j1 In the iiatloiial Intercollegiate tun. Tlm
u most Intpiesslve ram of Ihe Colby lads
12 Wns In the fieshman run iitiilui'l'i-tl bv
j Ai.dover Acadeinj. They took eight ii(
.1.1 the nine prlz.es ottered, the Itnllv l,li,,,l iirUl
nun secoiiu prizes ami the team iulr.es
Freshman teams fiom lVi.ns Ivunln, Har
vard, Dartmouth, M. I, T. were among
McLaughlin I. A berg's Opponent,
Alexander A berg, tho Finnish wrestler,
will meet John McLaughlin of County
Donegal, Ireland, In 0110 of the ,..,,,!
V;! catch as catch can matches nt i,
is tournament of the Atlantic Onrden C
to-night. The match Is to a finish'.
best two out of three falls. anothei'
,n!bout of the same character I-o Pnr
15 riello will be pitted iiKalnst Alnhnn..
;, Constance, known amons tho rani..
11 . V, 11 rr Tl . . ' '
..... 1. ion. in ine curtain
ralier Joe Busek of Bohsmi. sn
totter Martin Ludeck, tu Xormer tunattaU,