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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
KIVIAT OUTRUNS BOTH
MEREDITH AND BAKER
Srts Taw All tlie Wiiy in 1.000
Ynnl Hun and Wins in
Finiil Sprint.
KOLKIIMATXEX IS IX FIIOXT
Abel n. Klvlat of the Irish American
A. C. ran tlm best Indoor l,tl0o yards of
Mr llfo Inst nielli xvhrii Im won tin' Ihx1-1
tntioii event nt tli.it distance by a ni.tr-!
rln of one foot froni Tril Meredith of'
1'hlladclprla, tlio Sort meter Olympic
champion. Homer Hnkor. the sensa
tional performer of last season, xvas. uti
nble to hold the terrlilc pace net by tho
little Irish American, and after nialitnir a
determined effort to set to the front a
lap froni homo fell away before thn on
ftaUKht of Murcrllth ami xvnl beaten by
threo yanli for the place. The time of
2 minutes 13 l-." seconds constitutes a
item- Ir.door record under the revised
)( of nniisurlttg the track txxclve
Inches from the border liwtvad of eigh
teen Inches. Tlio men had to run nix
teen ferf-t further last night than when
Klvlat mridn tli- previous lecoril of : 1 r.
In the Carxlen. This would niako the
winner's pnrformunco about three-tifthfi
of a second better than the old mark.
After taJilns the measure of th bent
that Philadelphia could (end to the meet
In the 1,000 yards Klvlat electrified tho
spectators less than three-iiiartrra of an
hour later by Ixsillmr llostou's Inst In Tom
llalpln, utnl thin at tlio distance of it quir
tor of a mile, at which llalpln Is cham
pion. Thin fiat came a the climax ill'
what wns practically an Intercity relay
t.ice between llo-ttnn and New Vorli.
Klvlat wan the anchor man for the Irish
American, while llalpln ran as the toiirth,
mail for the lloston A. A.
When till. pair took up the running
Klvlat hail a lead of thre yard, but the
Hoswitlun "hot to the front at tlm tjculli
nlns of the lan lap. Tho nut looked
over then, but the resourceful Statcn
(kinder took ailxatitanc of the HllKht
swerve 'b.x llalpln at the Courtli uxenue
end of tin iSaiden ami .hot throuuh on
the lusid . Tlu- Miecy of this -ttatcs
filled him with n.xv p!rlt and skinning
the last corner he dashed around to tin
tape, whim- b a yard and a half.
Klvlat used inr.- Judgment, pluck and
peed In shoxviiiK his hetls to the tlm
uuartet of opponents that toed the mark
fur the spvlal. In addition to the men
Plaojd at the tlnlsh the Held cont.unel
Jimmy I'owcr of Mostntt, who nude a
bur name for himself In Australia, and
Willie tionlon of Yonkers, the Junior
tulle clrnmplon. These two xxurr out
ImummI when the cracks. bcK.in real rac
lnc and were beaten cfT. Then xxius
tome criticism of Hiker for rcniAlnlni;
eo far behind the leaders In early st.iRes
of the race, but this xvnn scarcely Jus
tified, as the WiiiRol Kuot rcpresentatlxe
xt up shoulder to shoulder with hi.
chief rival and was fairly worn down
by the determined rcslstume of KlvUit,
who took full advantage of His Inside
isj'ltion and steadily resisted llaker's
rfforts to pass him.
If any one was to be blamed for lack of
JmJcment it was Men-tilth. The Quaker
(.uve wny before Maker's rush two lap
fiom home and the .o::j-eiueiu, was lie
tiad to make up neatly ten yards n tie
llnal circuit At e,iy stride he wa dm
lu? on the little running machine In trout,
but like a ilelti.itely arranged ite , of
mechanism the ritateu leland youth held
his advantage until he hail s.ife'y patsed
tho Judges about the width of his sturdy
body In front.
Klvlat wa on his toe from the very
crack of the pistol ami In the hort back
stretch shot to the front, with oulnn.
Meredith, Power and ll.iker following
strides apart at. they rounded the tint
turn. Haker improved his position at the
end of the third lap and In tile next cir
cuit went by Meredith, who made no at
tempt to hold hi position. With two
laps to co the New York A. C. man
lenctbrned his stride .till further, and as
the signal for the lat lap was given the
tull Winged Footer rubbed shouldn witii
the short Winged Flter.
"Hiker wir.sr!" was the cry that went
up. only to rouse the lighting spirit In
Klvi.it, who put every ounce of stirnglh
Into Ins turd limhs and gradually drew
away. Tiieti came another shout as .Meie.
dlth ptarteil his bejatcd moe Tor victor.
The Quaker nailed Baker on the last turn
snd In the laet lifty yards cut down the
lead of Klvbit from three yards to on'
fool. Tnis ni.id.i Klvlat's second victory
for the McAIeenan trophy, and the Irish
American A. (. ned one more leg to get
permanent possession of the trophv.
H.inns Kolehmainen nnlie Ihrc-miln
haisllejip from MUsiU-h 111 the fast time, of
14 minute nr. t-'-esmds.
Tliere wa. a emwil of about u,00(i xt
Ki)t prownt when the big fe.utures canio
on, but he nspivlng novices who eliot
Prres the lloor in the openilnc hints of the
fifl vanl dash for t rs h.i'l "to do their
s-tunt. P"'foie almot empty lynches. Tim
tvplitil Irish c'lara.vi.r of the crowd was
shown by the Interest taken In the Held
veints, the heavies of the IH-h club nif't
Vi; with cheeiti, which also were In evi
dence for tho Jumper and pole, vauliers.
liuis !ordon of Vonkers ran a line
xacc In thenliree-qiiartepmlle handlcop, for
which a twin el id oils Held Niart'il. Matt
Oei. the old Huffiiloninii, wlio ran from tne
JO ard maik, wvirked hi way to the
front, followed ly W. Anden-ou of tlv
New Vork A. f'.. Hy the time the pistol
cracked for the lust lap the t--Tiitiih man
wiU! Just emerslng from the hlclt bunch
of long mart men and lost many yards
ly gfimg to the outside. Tin overhauled
hilf n dozen men In tho liu.1 circuit and
flnb-hed third, 'fght yaisl.s behind del,
Mho beat Anderson hy three yards for first
plsee. The time, 3 minute.- in l-." seconds,
waa fast ttml'T the new tniek condition.
Alvah Meyer, scnitcb man In the HO .anl
handicap, did not st.irt, the pot if honor
ailing lo .Inch i:ier of the Irish Ameri
can A. f'., who was In receipt of one foot.
Kller got liv.o tlie final, and wil thlisl,
liea'.en by Indus only by II. I'olltzcr,
.herldan A. (', and Andiew It, Kelly,
Holy tniss Oollego, The summarb'S ;
CO Yard Inh. N'mlro U'nn liy v
JleNnmur.i, Oiaii.un . I' ; Alfred Waltlier.
J'riidenttal A km omr t'liarle ilieeu,
Nutlnnn, Turn Yercln, third. 'Time, T
t foonds.
"ifi Yuril I)uh, IIanaiean--Vnn liy 1).
J'nlltrer. Si rhlmi A , ' tn. .n.lrv II
"Kelly, Holy 'rw" C"i1k"', 7 feet, si,nd.
,fnhn J. ICHt, IrUh Anieriean . i', 1 feot.
1lllrl. Tlllie. 6 HClillil
in Vard llurille. lt.in.lt -hp- Won t.y Wal
ter It Hursell. liniltltutie.i, S feel, ,l ,,
i;iter. Irli.h Ameri.-an A, i, mrateli, fotoiei,
' II Me.inlx, It.iktiin. 3 feet, third. Time.
y 1-f. si'cnnijs.
0'i Vard linn Handicap- Won hv V.
:.",elnh. ft. ll.trihnl"mew . c , 10 ynrrts,
hrlr fi. Dahl, .Ir , New York A. :. Tt
,jrds, seiond; Victor faej, New York A.
' . S yards, thlnl. Tlini . 33 3-5 strands,
1 eon Yard Invllatlnn. Ncratrh. fer
jle.Meeiuin Tnipliy- w on hv A. It Klil.it,
Irish Ainrrlcnn A c 1 J II Mereill'li,
trnrlnw llrnnk Club, I'lilluilelphlii. enind;
llnnier ll.iker. New Viirk X. (.'.. third.
'I'm i inliiiiien 11 1-5 nrvinils,
Tni r."iu.irtiT Mile. Ilnmllcap- Won hy
Mutt fieln. Mlllrnse A. A . SO Minis; W
AndtrMHi. s'ew Ynrk ,. li yard"", see-
..lid, I.. iPirdmi. uiiatlurhed, seriilih, third
Time, 3 TntnuteH 10 1-5 seemid
fine Mile Wulk, I l.inil Ini p--H-mi hv ,lnlin
' ,1'irri.on. l. I. .xi l, seeotms; .inlin I
"XXlllllen, IllHti Airitleun A I. P0 l.ei nlnU
rcn1: Sun ftiliwnrm. Irish AiniTliaii A.
f . ..rnn.l". third. Tllllf, 7 minutes. 1:
"r.tnitl.,
One Mile HlBh -r)Hni llln y--Wen hv
J'r,yl.-hti,' I'M rmr.ilun . with M I'h.ille
II In-oii (' i; IVrt-iiHici un.l T. I'liike.
J H-V ltis,..i lllRh. ml: In, win riinii.i
' nt'l 't'lni". J Tiitti.lt. - I'l t ', y.,iiiii.
' r Sit'" 111"" ii h It. ' , . Win, 'ij I i-l
A 'li i l u nh i: I'nyh' Unit i
111' "in . II S) , . in. 1 ( K,.,
ll.thle , A se, oimI -h II I IUI,,,.,.
.1 f nr. nr it n tpiM ,ui r , i,i, in
lime i nnnnti .n I ml
One Milt liuctilopjrllmia Municipal ll
,1
ly Won by 1'lre Drpnrtineiiti Police, e
emd; Hoard nf Education, third, Time, 3
mitnite 3"! seionils.
Three .Mile llandltiip Won by Hnnne
Kfilehmalnt it, Irish Aincrlcnu A. P., scratch,
X UHrmkoimlo.., .Mlllrese A. A Hi yards,
second. I' f'Dnn, Irish Amerkun A, ('., I2S
Minis, third Time. It minute 3 seconds.
I'cle nitlt, lliindlcap Won by IlilW
llunron. I'.istlmo A. C, 1; Inches with an
a. nut vauit of 10 feet r, Inehts" r X I'u
Treinhlay. trl'h Atntrlr.in A. C, If. Itiihi's,
... 1 1 1. l r.nl t! lit.!... t U t,t,lnnlt.
Irl-h American A '. scrateb. with 10 tent
i Inelie
TlnowliiR MS Piiiind Welcht for Hrlght--Won
hv Mutt Medrnlh, Irish American A. (' . ,
with 10 feet III In. he. .1. .t. Cullllt, Mlllrnse I
A X. seiotid. with I". t'et 'J Itnhesi I". J
si.'.imld, lrth American A. f , third, with)
1,'. fee. t; In. lies, 1
Running IIIkIi .lump, Handicap Won by i
It Carroll, Ne Vork A. i", t. In. dies, with'
it feel ? Inchesi I'latt Adams, New X nrk
A. C, simtcli, second, with feet 1 Inch,
l l'i.llter, Mherldiin ,. r, 7 In. lies, third,
with ill feet ;, Inches
Iiil 1 1 n k 11 Pound shot. Handicap vi'on I
h .1 .1 I'.hlll. Mllllo..! A A, 3 feel fl !
In. lies. l.h in feet .is Indie, tieorite I
Knell, Aln hor A. I', 5 feet, sc. ntld. with 44
feet s Inrht-, lhtt lViler. Irl-h American i
A. C, 4 feet third, with 14 feet 4 Indies.
TIGER WRESTLERS TO BE BUSY.
! Ilnnl Meets Hefore tntercollcHl
ntrs re on elieilnlr.
l'lttNTKTON, Nov. 2S. Malinger lied
lns of the Princeton wrestling team lias
minounoed the dates for the season of
Il'IS which will open with Lafayette at
Princeton on I'ebril.iry 20, Six dual
meets, three at home mid three uwav,
mid the Intercollegiate. at Lehigh make
up the schedule. 'I lie complete llt f
meets I: Kebnury 2n, lafnyelte at
Princeton : February 27. Springlleld V. M.
('. A, at Princeton; Match 3, Columbia ut
New York; March 10, Pennsylvania at
Philadelphia : .Match 14, Navy nt Annapo
lis; March -'I, Vale at Princeton: Marcn
27, Intcreollrghites at l-high.
The prospects for a good ttvvm arei
fairly bright, as tio veteran will Is. isin
dldates for the fain. ''apt. Iuigstreth
will compete in the unlimited class and
iillr, who ciplalntd last year's team and
who won thn title In the 17S pound class
two xear.s ago, will again be eligible for
tlnu class. l'Yniicc, 1SS pound class, was j
lost by graduation, but Mutt ami linker i
loom HP large for this weight. I'mntr. ,
In the welterweight and Tancock In the
l.glr bot'i ale wrestling again ami
Pricket t. who was a member of the team
of I 111, i the ".ttimgest ootitc'iile;' for he
special weight. ( ulollas, who did so well
In this chiss last year, will not be able to ,
wrestle this year on account of nn Injured
shoulder. No one ns et has a claim to'
the 115 pound class.
COLUMBIA PRACTISES ON ICE. ,
First Wnrknttl of llocl.e; Tenm Is (
Plenslng in (oneli tl'llrlen.
The Columbia hockev squad had it first
prnctl.e on ice yesteiday. Coach U ltrleti
took his charges down to St. Nicholas
Kink and was impressed considerably
with tho calibre of his men. He had ten
men who had seen arsitv eervice and a
score of player, Including last year's
freshinim combination, who have a speak
ing acquaintance with puck chasing
Manager Duncan said tho Illue and
White team w.ll practise nt the rink until,
the soccer season ends nt Columbia. Karly '
In January the much mooted rink on
South Pick! will be constructed and sev
eral ganis will be played on It. "Hockey
will receive more attention at Columbia
than in pievlous seasons, i lames with
Yale. Princeton. Harvard, Dartmouth and
Cornell nrn pending. Duncan said the rup
ture that resulted three jears ago when
Columbia withdrew from the lntercolle
glale hockey league because her freshmen
wen. barred from pi lying on tho varsity
team bad Ixen healed.
Capt. Torrey Webb, Ilartow, Itcynolds,
Dolbe.ire and II. M. Mltfer of last season's
seven were In uniform and showed tin
well. The team will be strengthened by1
the aciUl.tion of Spence Miller, formerly
of Amherst. Wahburn, who played on the '
Harvard varsity in l'.i12. fleorge Waln
w right, who starred for Yale m the namn ,
ear, a -.d Oeorge Page of the Columbia
varsity nine and piexiously ii crack pucU I
chaser at Penn State. Page because of his
aggressiveness I. expected to till Hobey
Haker'. shoes in Intercollegiate hockey.
BROOKLYN ELKS UNDEFEATED.
TiiUp Pour MrHlulll I'roin llerii-
iMirn In II 1 1 1 lit rtl l.eiiutit.
151.KS llll. 1. 1 Mill l.RXtil'l: stanhin-;
We-i l.nst Pi '
itrookiyn ........ x ft ono
rr..epnrt i ' fn
Mont U'.r i ' in ,
New o-k 1 1.
S'-w.irk t i n
Vonkrs i 'H
Quctishnro .... I ..;
My "lefeailng the QucenstHiro Klk- futi"
strtilght g-ann". in their leagti" sei ie., tie
P.riHiklyu lllks billianl tnim has n iiwu
fortable lead m the league tandlng. show
ing a score of eight vlcorle und no e.
fern". lli-CNittlMi won Its othur four g-.imcs
In the match agninut tho New York Iodic.
Th. scores follo : 1 s : bnlkline hllllanls,
Chailes II. Nahmacher, HixHjliljn, 'otal,
lfiO; average, 4 lj ; high run, W. P.
Strickland, ijueenslsiro, totnl, 7 ft . axenige,
2 ; high run, 1". r;etieg. t. Moon,
HrookiMi. total, l.irt; average. :i ;t-ll;
high run, I'l. .lo-eph Hiijes. yn.s-nslsjro,
total, f I , nx-eragc. 2 S-ll ; high run, !'.
Poek.-t lilllinids : 11. 11. l!a,xkin. Hisvnk
lyn. total, ion. high run, 12. Curtis Holt,
Utieenshoisi, total, 70; high run, IT,. Phillip
ToaJe, Mnsililyn, tot ,1, 100 hi-.-h nin. 12
Chief Jen-sen, iiti'enslro, tal, !4 ; high
run. IS.
I lames scheduled for December 2:
Montcmlr nt Nexx ork : Newark at Pr e
port . Yonkeps at Qms-nslvxro,
PLAY SQUASH AT MONTCLAIR.
Iteneh I 't mt I Xflee All l)n .Session
on lliinillcHp llnsls.
MnNTCi.xin, Nov. 'S. A handicap squash
tournament began on the Montclair Alli
Utli' Club courts to.day, the final round
being rencheil. The sunitiiarles ;
P'.rs- ll.m ii.l II ft. Smith bra" Orten
llrexver, tv ili-rault . (Hto Itliuh lu st It
Lllllier-. 11 -l.". It. -8, 15 4; r. Hunt lii at
XV. Haker I.'.--If, 11-10 XV Hard lien
Prank Smile 1 r 0. In IS, Algle .lenllllis
beat Walter Kl.l.le, by default, It l!ll.K Unit
XV T. Mills, jr. 7- tt,. 10;. IS--.in, ! ir
win bent II Iteeves. b itcfriult, ( IlniMii
l,e.n V. Witldron, Hi -1.1. 11, 14, A. .XI Cider
lent M Mel'imli, by ilefiiull: S Klilde bent
I) Parker, by default; Uui Jeiiitlim br.it XV.
Surrett. b;. defiuli
Se. nud Ituiiii.l " tl Sp'tieer bt.-it II. II
Smith, bv .ii fault r Hunt ix.it i s lllnek,
U- I.-,, i:.--10, I U, r. S Trbartoti lut
.1 Iieiin-it. 11 X, 1110. it ii. Jenkins
be.ii v Hard, 11 -S. 1,'. C, i' llrmxti beat
P truln, 1 r, -It, ir.-- in r K.,i i.,it (v
Jenkins, k -ir., u -ti,. ir. ;i
Selnl-tlll.'lis Algle Jmllllis bent c. H. Trl
carl nn. 15 Si, I'. 7.
Ties l'reillent nf Purl XX'n s Ii I n u toil ,
Pout Wahiiiniito.v, L. I., Nov ilS Pour
of tlie trip shooters win, competed in the
special season prize competitjoti at "lin
Pi. It Waslilplou Chili tins arfeiiiiiou
tied, and llll Inleiestlng shout .ff t,sultei,
I,. II. Siiuill XV, n It. Ho luolp. o, the
targeiM. The yeaii.x shoot al-o resulted
In a tie and the shootolf was xxon hy
D. H. Cnrnxvell, who aln xx tin the monthly
prize,
YACHTS CHANGE HANDS.
The lollnwing transfers of yachts aro
repotted tin uiigh the agency of John c,
Aldfii;
Tne 4T. foot cruising launch Cdllh
wild for C. P. Selhi'l of Taunton, to II,
(Siimwood of Proxldence, xxho will
use lier In Southern waters this winter.
Th lluz.irdK Hay ;iu lisiier Pontine
.sold for Chester A. Dodge of Wori'inter,
.Mass., to a llostim yaclitsiuan, xvhn will
, Use her off Qiuncy, Miihs.
Tlie i:.is.irn Y.ieht Club one design
I 17 foot r I t.itf till sold to Henry Park
j man fin- us. at Niuilt Ltist Hatiinr. Me
Mr Ableii bus order fur i-,i (a i It
sloops oi)f nf w'lUh lit bei ig built iv
lloilgiloii llios .md llie other to li. l.ti It
in N'uxa Sisitt i lie lias nlin ili.sinnci
e ". font niisti, ,,nv fui William A
llabcoeli of P,oon which xvlll ) m biitlt
before tho uptnlni; of the next jcison.
OWNS THE WARRIOR
Sfcnni Vig'lif riuinjro-! Hinilj
for Third Tinii! Kpintmed
Wiiyfiircr.
WILL CKriSK TX THK SOUTH
The steam yncht Warrior Is noxv owned
by Alfred (I. Vanderbllt and hn been
renamed Wnyfarer. This Is the third Mine
this handsome Kleain yaolit has, changed
hands this year. AVlien oxvned bj- P. W
Vandnrbllt she rati on a reef off tin
Colombia coast, und .Mr. Vanderbllt
turned the ynclit cA'er to the undtrxvrlter,
collecting his Insurance. The Warrior
was not seriously Injured, and after bo.
Iiir tephlred here xva purcbasied 1
Harry Payne, Whitney, the amount pnl.l
being teportttl as J 100,000. The yacht
originally cost about J 100,000. Mr, Whit
ney ti-cd the yacht during tho summe:
and has rvo-mly sold It to Mr. Vander
bllt. Tho Wayfarer Is now In commu
nion, and Mr. V.inderbllt says ho Intei.ds
to keep It In commission till the xvinte
niid will later make a cruise to South-1
cm waters. i
The yachting season In Southern xx-atertt
this year piomlse to be the hest on
record. One result of the war In Hut-ope
will he to send many dollars to
the coffers of the Southern us.nt owners
and will al cause many yachts to be
In commission which otherwise xvotild be,
tahl up. Alieady the exodus from this1
section to tho South 111 been latge, urt'l
every flay yachts of all sizes are headr'n
south to get umlnr sunny skies und whei
It I xvarm and pleasing. The larger u'
the. .x.ichts hax'e gone bj the nutsltle
loute. and some hax'e stpiipcd fo- n tint
In Chesapeake Hay, xxhero their ownrs
have eitjoytd otne fishing .ind shivitlng.
Aniotig the linger yachts that haxe one
south are the steam .xachi Slalia, oxxned
hy J. K. Stewart of Chicago ; C tdynrd
HIalr's steamer Diana, David Martin'
sten'ii .xaiht lilnild.i, 1'r.derlck 5.
Umirne's ste.mt yacht Alberta, ileorge J.
Wlielan's Ca.andra. and the Florence,
tin large-t motor yacht on this side of the
Ml.intlc. built from Cilelow designs by It
T. P. tern n, xvlll start shortly.
Many of the smaller craft have gone
through the canals. This trip is a pleas
ing one . tni lends a x-arietx' of seeuett to
the tourist. The wav leads through the
It.intan Canal to the Pelaxxnrc. then down
the Delaware Kix-er to the i-hes.ipcake
Canal, which will take the yacht to the
head of Chesapeike Hay. Again the
canals nie entered at Norfolk, and Willi
the ecpt!on of a short distance at Iteatt
fort. N. '. lit- cut. re route to t-'lorlda
can be made Inside. Vessels fiom 30
feet to !n feet In length are making this
p.is igc. and ainorg tliose now hi Southern
waters are Aithtlr Cu;iss James house
bent l.ah.i,. A. P. irdix.i's 3! fiMiter Jane
III. from the Columbia. Y. O. C. '. Iti.,g
ling's 70 footer Zumbrota, J Davis's 7.",
footer Turtle, D. P. McQueeu'R housebo.r
llowena from Detroit. A. K Wlnte' Aud
xx in from Atlantic Cltj, C. T. I.lpplncot;
and W II. llartlett s .Mails, a 74 footer,
fly. lie the New York V C. flag; J. II. Coii
slns's Slspud II . a 'id fo.ver enrolled In
the Columbia V C : William Axery's
Lotus, a :! footer, from i igder.eburg ;
John Asplnxvall's ilS foot bntiehoat Spaik.
II. II. C.ieen's 10 footer Snap Shot. Hy
ing the burgee of the Sotrh ISoston Y. C. ;
J. lines Latigltl'ti's hotisehinit Pratnalin,
llaln roft " Davis's motor yacht Tramp,
tli'g rile bipgee of the Kasttrn V. C. .
Charles J lian as footer Leila of, the
Columbia Y C, i: P Matl'ileii's CO
footer Sill pass tif Philadelphia, t!,.rg"
1.. Catnegje's steamer V.xen, II. II. Lynn's
53 foiter i lasts, Hueston Wjeth's Ne
maha, a !" foot motor aeht, and H.
Walsh's Padow Sharm.
It Is very piob.ihle that there will h
some Interesting motorho.it racing thi
winter at Miami, St. Augustine and Jack
sonx lle. and possibly at other places.
List wirier the raiing was not x'ery sue.
I es.ful, hilt this X.-ir effo-ts are to le
made to get ownets of high speed boats
to send them to I'lorlda and compete for
valuable pr'zes xvhich ate to he offered
Tin se legal tax are not likely to be held
before i.et I'ehruary, wlnn the seas.m
will be at I's height, and 1.x that f.me
th' annuil motor boat show, xxiiieh will
open on January 31 In Mad'snn Square
Harden, xxill be over, and some of the
nexv h'gh speed hoats whleh are to he on
exhibition xc' he sent to Plorlda to race.
Adxt-rllstllK Uolfers Cleet Otlleers.
Coinmltteis an.l olllce.ru h.txe been ap
poliitcd to arrange for the details of the
annual to'irnamcnt of the Winter liol'
League of Adxerllslng Interests, whteh be.
glut at Piitehnrst nn January 11. IP 1.1.
The list ,f otlleers ami committeemen
follows :
Prsl,!err XX.i'te- XX' Manning N'eu
York vi. ..-president. Pre, A. sp(rr,
I'M-ago. !', retir itb-hrd H Mi. nli.ek
,-e X'nrk , trenirer Arthur S Hlpifitis
New X'erk Ipitertiiltinxerit ronimlttee, ,euts
A. llamtlloti, N'eix X'nrk, cli.ilrtti.xli, Joseph
II Appel. New Y.irk; John II Hn'ile) Vt-i
Vnrk. XV. s Hlr.1. Nt w York: 11 It .Mslllu
s.tu. N'- Xork. XV H. I.aiibir, Hrl.lge;iri .
i,.r,.K,. i uiprr. liltshurg; C.uy r IMeree.
t'hli,.i;o. linn M Parker. New Xnrk. llenrge
.X. Si otlrti I'bl, ago Tro)lt r.innnllli e
XX". liter M Osrnnilei Wv Xerk. .bilnuili.
I Tr.it - r I'' I'lytner. XV'v X'ork. Thnuias !
I'enkljn. V-iv Xork M em litrslitp ,nin
.ulile, Oilier II Mp-rlll em X'erl., ru.t'
ui.in. A I. Xt.lred. Preildenee. .1 S It'.lie
Hartford XXilliatn t'Htnpi.en, tlftrnlt;
Hlratn l.repn Huflato, XV.i'ier Muet.tj.
Pixlt irlelphlii, II I' .lohns.in Itiielno,
Slej,h,Mt f lixe ne-t.in, II i' XfPliii t.nit,
PlttKliurg. .1. H Pltmnnrr, Hprlligneld,
M.iss. xx H U.iuklti, i'h. .inn 1 (iiirn i ineut
. minnl'toe, Y' i ' Creem.in S'e'v York.
eli.tlriii.tu . Pre,! .X f-perri f'hli-iKO. It
.XHIti.ill.inil. I'lttsliurg, lie.trifs 1.. Pordyre,
x lUiigr-tnxvn. Ohl.
si,-I'rnnclit lrrp Ileitis Alumni,
A pior pass, which resulted In a safefv,
emiblftl the eleven of Si. P'rancis 1'rip
school to defeat an alumni team In their
annual game at Hawthorne, Field, Itrook
iyn. yesterday hy a score of - to 0. Thn
tally came late In the third quarter. Held
to no gain on Its oxvn in yard line tlm
41 1 lit it ti I team xx-.i forced t i kick. Melke
dtoppHl b.nclt to his 4 ynnl line to punt,
but the pass was a p..or one and Joe Pur
long, tlie Pup captain, broke through the
defence lo thruxv Melke over Ills oxvn goal
line for a safety.
I'lrrcc nnd llnrie llrenl. I'.ven,
Hairy Piece and Johnny Harvey
fought ten fast rounds to a draw at
the 1'alrmnnt A. C. last night It took
Pierre tlxe loniids to gc going, nnd for
the lii st hall' of the bout Harvey had the
letter of It
In the Ins: llxv rounds Pierce did
.'nun hnri fighting nml evened up the
adxMtit.igc xihlch llarxey hud gained In
Hie eat lier st ige. Pierce tx-eghed 32s
pounds slid Jlarvey, lilfi,
4ftnit Mull Wins llnskellinll tliinie,
Sol tii i irtANriri, N .1., N'oxi "S Ston
Hall defeated Itrookiyn College, 3 to 7,
In a h.iskitbnlt game played this evening
on the Selon Hull coint. At the cud of
Hie tu-t half Selon Hull led 19 to 3.
l'l.uily and Jones did must of the souring
for th" winning tt mil.
BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT.
A. Ill mil's A. A. Hull Cassldy ind
Andy Cortex t night ten rounds lo a draw.
Ai the Hioadxxay Spoiling Club Kid
lir.ixes ahadtd Piankle No'ter
A' the iiieensbnro A. C Voung c.lover
imi'uoxeil IMdle Smith fm tip rriunil.
At the Sharkey A c Voung Hrlttoti
lU'polnted V iutig Jeff
Young llbkiy fnlicil to appear a lap
living A i nnd th star limit in which
he xx us to have mst Young Howard was
Icnlled off
FISHER METES OUT HARD TOIL.
Columbia llimkt' limit Tenni lo llnve
I.lKhlrr Work i'roin A'oxt On.
Conch Ilarrj' I'lsher pave his Columbia
basketbill sqtia4 Its. last hard dny'tf
practice yesterd, in preparation for the
opening game xvirh Itulgers at Morning
sldo ItelghtH next Krlday night. The
sharers of tlio Intettsilleglatc title hud
no Thanksgiving vacation, but xx-orked
every ilny. Vesterduy Klsher drilled the
giuirds on breaking MP dribbling In H xvay
Inteipreted at the rules committee meet
ing Krlday. It Is certain now Hint Colum
bia xxill follo'xv Its style of lust se.ixjn and
win Its Karnes on keeping .tho opposition
to loxv scores,
Tho varo'ty Is In Is-tter shape tlnm
usual and Is expected to play the pre
liminary seiusoit with a string of xic
torlts. Lnttt year It did not get under
xx-ay until thn lnterxxtlloKiute. nerles hud
begun. Klsher does not expect Hutgers
to shape, up n formidable on the court
ns It did on the gttdiron, but will not
take rtny chances. Tho regulars, xvlll play
right from the start. IJekey Culdcr, nil
American forward In 1012, continued to
show- his marvellous speed, l-'or a xxiille
It xvns fearetl that his knowledge, of he
guiur. xxiMild prox-o morn of it hlndrunce
than a lielp because the team could not
keep pace xxith blm. Charley Lee, thi
present all-Kastprn guard, Is not playing
up to the form displayed last year, but Is
expected to round Into shape.
Walter Dxvyer, last senson'.s x-urslty
guard, got Into regulur practlco for the
llrst time this season. Dwycr has been
on the hospital list xxith a fractured thumb
for the last month. Capt. llenson,
Wegener. Ilurghnrd nml tValker shoxxtnl
xx ell In yesterday's prnctlee
Walker, xx ho 1 overweight, xxas pitted
against Danny Meenun, last season's tl'ry
leader, to speed him up. Mecyan was a
little off font! hlniscir and xx inner ior tins
reason tlldn't stiller much In comparison I
I'lshcr expects to start the sinson xxith a
clean victory an.l carry the winning streak
on to the end of the season, a feat accom- j
pnsinea ny tne lightning nxe in ij..-.. iuei
no other before or ulnce. The schslule
Is the heaviest curried hy h Columbia
te.im since 1'r.ink I'lVmnell's teiin In
lsor.
DAVE DUNN P0RDHAM CAPTAIN, tilings undoubtedly will creule more con-
tlilence and those who haxe been timid
., , i .... ,,...ii ! atid have been holding on to their mono
Chosen t'ncMli.i. ni.l.i l I oollmll wiu Ml (f( 1f) m th)n(.s ,n manv wliyM
i'rnm Xlnj' llenil llnsl.et Imll Too, ,ind xxe xxill have prosperity atul con-
The rumor that D.xxe Dunn xva to be 'hlene. again"
elected captain of the Kordhain football ... , ... ... , ,i..,
yesterday when the Maroon's star half-. ' ,.,,,",' ,,,, ..,i K i,,m f... tlist
back was chosen unanimously. Dunn was , S,;' wll
the individual star of the Kordham l?. ft !son "imre .-Itn'on Sat
this fall mi" li s passing ami offe tistve . ' jlinuarv i.'a.t.l last until lVb-
work were half the Maroon attack. I nii.. ,.,,. . Th(,' r , ,pnRO .how opfln
wh.. s arred aM ale before enterlug l ord- ,,,.,,runrv s.-tetary Ha Ilnnl
ham. is an all around athlete an.l one of , rearrange the ground plan
the most popu nr men that ever wore the Mil,,,)n s .,. ,,,, t0 ,., nlor
Maroon. During the season he Rained, . exhibitor and eve,, with th.s
more ground for i-orntiam tnnn any otner
ii or- Rroim.i lor '""11.1111 inn . anf .
player In the backile .1 and his punting ,
was brilliant, while he never lias been ,
known to mis a tackle on the secondary I
defence. He succeeds Hud Wymaril, xvh.i ho,ln iri) ,,,, ,1(,,t ntractive boats
played a line game for I'orilliam at centre. !,vll br nxhhit,., Th.-e are now being
Dunn is a llrst year law student and (iull( Th(, larc0., ,oM n the show will
Is the most likely .-.utdiiiatc for the "P-) tr a' c-ilser shown bv the Luders Com
taincy of the basketball team this season. uh!el if. fcrt lon(. .,() u f.t
He and Hilly Walsh, captain of the bas- . T,w, cruls,.r wiu j,e shown corn-
ball team, are first c..uins and hall from , .,, ,, v fuin-i,ed and ready for launching.
New Ilrllaln, Con" should Dunn reielv.., nm ,. .,H ,n rcor,0,v of nr-
llie . .ipiane j in uie ..i.iii'.'ii uiiii. .-ii, ,,
I assured should he care to accept it, he
xxill be the tlrst Maroon star to cnpt.i.n
txxo major sports at Kordham for some
years
JEFFERSON NOW OWNS IDLER.
Cornier Army llfflcrr llun Inillltirr
Siiioner Prom sloniie.
The .tuullarv schooner Idler has been
isol.1 by Il. urx T ril!.n to J. P. Jefter.-on,
xxtio xin. . fi tnni an ctllcer in tile l'lftli
i'axalr' and Is now i-isldent ,.f Pe."isxi
x'.inia. Tne transfer has tn-en made
t'hu.iigh 'he otti.e of Tarn-, Lemolne w
' r.llie. I lie luier is l.i. ii.uiik liti'l
,.111 l, r.,.. l .mii.,I..',. en.t n,nlh ut.ei-nn mp ..1 i ,r,... ...v
,- .. '. . , ' ' ... ....... ... i
Key ""t. Mr. .IefTeroti with umie mem.
Ihm-s of his family then will on a
cruise nnirn ne j s-ures nin la-si air a is nil
,,, . , ,., ,
a v.sir. Pir-st he will xlMt the l.isl
Island, and about March 1 xxill pass
through the Panama t'annl and ou..h tlrt
at the i;..l.vp,u:os Island... Then lie w,ll
ellll..e xx.-s-. touching at Tnluhac 'n t,."
.Maiipiensa.-, Tuatnotii. Tahiti, llanga. S.i
mo.i, tlie.l'ijl Islands, and th- N.-v lleh
tides, after xx I.Uii his trip has not hei. ,
pl. inn. si The y.uif. ma o to the Solo- '
molt ;i.nd Itntalti or to Manila or 1 c
he Canilinas and to HaxxMll
The Idler w.m built In I Ml 1 . She Is of
-otr,isst ; build and Is 117 feet oveo- all
sr. feet i the water I'ne, feet N-ain
and 13 f(. draught. She is titled with
Standard engines xxith ej llnders M b ,
In iis-he.s. Tho Idler xxas built bv l-iw-j
lex Hind I one of the be-t known of the.
cruising atiKlllarltvt.
HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS.
PlrM lUre- 'Per three )eir-ntds up
ward, pur-e I4ln, sr.liiK. tl fur.o-ic
lit. I Stream 10" itaifl ri ., X ;e 1 . '
ItlJ to ., i.eli. (.r.irelle. it) if'o-eji, in
to t. 4 m I and t! in I. hi.-ond. Pitdsunteil
101 lltnt.ill . .1 fe 1. eti, .ttl.l 1 t,. '.
tlilrd 1 llll" 1 18 Sun K'tng, Jee Plim.
I litll... Harrtte. liranlle. Pli II- Antvlnet'e
1'r.ir Mltlmei I'ertlithlre. Ilu.ki I .id Itaiser
itnrdoti nnil S.-arlet Iuer Isa ri-i
Scntnl Itaee -S' r tiler b,i.' , lllill',ip
I60A atldeil ; lor three eiir-uMi. lini up
aiird, a'injt to miles iMiuptden. TT
1.1 llvali), eien, to 1 and out wnn, l'ox
eruft, 144 HI llriatit). t In I. 2 to 1 n.el
I to ,', .e.'ln,, SeneEflinhlllll 110 IX'
Hrn.iksl 1". t" t. 4 to 1 nml S tn 2. third
il'lie. I 05 Xstllte. Hevott r slid I" A.
Slntie uli-o run.
Third Ittce The Pov Itlll lUti.llrjp,
It.noo Hildeil, for ihree-ve.ir-olds and up-WMr-l,
tt furlongs Ten Point, lis illrjen.
II to 4 to f. und I lo a u-nnj Trunin, ion
illyrnei. s to t X to 2 and eien. second,
Pllliergnld, 119 (lliltxtell), 1 to 3 eieu nrt
I to third Tltll". I 12 l-l. I'ottlMte
Hleu .md sherwoo.I nl.. rsn
Pourtti Itrtce- -Handlerfp. 1CO0 .1.1eti. for
all ipe.- ..ne tulle and seventy y.ifris ii M
MI'li r, 107 1 Llflertyl, 10 to 1. 4 '.1 1 m. I
J lo 1. won. .XniHltl, 100 (MeCtlieyl. in to
.. tl 10 to and '. t, ft. second; Hlue Tlps'te
tit iTrnxlerl. to 1. 2 to I ,un I t.,
third Time. I II 2-5 Alttlilt.se l.n,
broidery, Ku)' Plsher, Uttte Nearer and
Polly II. also ran
l'lfth Hure - For txxo-yenr-sitds, five und a
half furlonns, selllnit Vulns. 104 (Ilirnsi .-,
to 1 2 to 1 nnd even, won. Suriteon, 110
iTroilrrl. 12 to I. 1 to I mid f. to 2, e econ.l .
Ilne.ne, 107 (.Nkkliiusi. r. to 1, 2 to 1 una
1; to 1 third Time, 1 01 l-l. I'ly Horn,.,
tuike of Huiit.sr, Hr Caun. Simito, tjiiten
S.ihe Ptxr of t.oxe. Allllle Leslie, Anna Hose,
Tlsra, St llelene nnd Hur lerjiiin also ran
Slxtlx llace lrnr three. leur-nbls and up
ward, ntie tnlte nnd sexentv yards, sellinic
I'.ts, ImttlllB. 10S (Sehuttlngerl, 4 lo 1. 1 to n
1111. 1 out, won, La.lv Itsnlttn lf9 tTr.tvler). il
tn 1. 2 to 1 und 7 to 10. eeeond. Utile Jupi-
II r 10:i HlDlll'l 1 to 1, 11 In r. mill 4 til I;
third. Tittle, 1.114-5 fviiosure, Little
lime HitttlhiK Nelson, l'.ifiam.t, l'ulrx Hod
mother mid Nemesis nlsn ran
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
Plrst 11, l -Klve fnrlullKH, allow ai.ee
Osiniiti.l.', 105 (Taylori. eien. I tn It, out.
won Hxy liy. 10s iSmulli. s n ', j to ;.
oir set nnd; lt'iiuldo, 10s (Henry), .'0 to
1, 1 to 1. nut. third. Time, l-nis-s, J.nii
Itlttler and llreeter also ran.
Sen. ml Itace- Plxu and a half furlongs;
xdlliiB Ainehulkn, 112 iSterlltif; 1, t .0 I,
tn 1, 1 lo 2. won; Loida lies CngnetH. 112
( Henry), 10 to I, 1 10 2, 0 to seeon.l,
Nnhh, 10S (Martin), 2. to I, ri.ii, 1 tn 2,
third. Time, l;I2 I-j. f'hlllnn Tntice, Cal
cium and linlf Hall als.1 ran
Third llnee line mile. i.eiin Judge
Hale, 102i (Mil.-llfel, even, 1 10 3, nut, ion;
lllltll Street. 103 (llreelll. X tl, 1 a t.l
out, si'i.ind; Port Sumter, too (Humeri.
X lo I, 4 It. 1, nut, third Vim, 1 17
IleiiUli H. also ran.
fourth Itace -rive nnd a half fiirlnnns,
selling Wavering 107 (Aiiiin). S to 1.
tn 1, even, vx'nn. Doctor Netiftr, 112 iilmthi,
in I. 1 to I. even, nernnil, Andrew O'ltax,
102 (llartwell), 7 to 2, ll to 5, 1 .i J.
third Time, 110 4.1. Prat tnrlau, lluvoeo
ami llerctirliim alfco ran.
l'lfth lt.ii e Phi. furionKH Inez, o.t
illnitixell), exen t to II, out. won, t',ili.
Hrme, 101 (Carroll). 1 to 2. 7 to 10, b-c-nnd,
Make llnoi 102 tl'rau ford), 6 to 1,
X to 1 to 10. third. Tlmi. 1:01 n-1.
Pltiulee. fati'irory and 1 1 el, n It.iybould uIko
inn.
Sixth Itnee. -rue ,m t a half furlnne.
Sifiauer, 0T illirttxell) 1 tn 2, een, 2 to
'., won; PriiKle. 10 (Centr)). 4 to 1 ;t
". - a P. senind l,i,. London, 10S
(Xlutthewil, ;i to I. evn. 1 to I, third.
Time, till 2. f, X.lein Parcel Pot und
Jsk Argent also run.
YACHTSMEN LOOK FOR
A BRILLIANT SEASON
Ituildcrs Alrcmly Ttusy Willi
Few TiiirffP Crnf mid Many
Sinnll Ojvs.
SHOW SPACE TS IX I) KM A XI)
Yachtsmen think that next Heaven will
be n brilliant one In these waters mid
xxill morn than make tip for the slump
of this year, which wns curtailed because
of the xvar. Designers and builders of
yachts, motor lsmts and engines are nil
looking for a good winter, nlthoiigh things
urn rather quiet Just noxx-. In tho yacht
building xvorld, hoxxexer, things nro not as
bad as they might be and many yards aro
quite husy tutnlnjr out u number of small
craft and a fexv l.upe ones, orders for
which were placed recently. Those who
are Interested In yachts think that while
the xvar lasts Americana will have to
remain In this country and even should
the war be over before nuxt summer
the annual exodus, to Km ope will b
much smaller than usual.
Ilenty IE. Stitphen of the Kho Com
pany Is optimistic about the outlook. He
thinks that those Aiuet.c.ins xxini xvlll
stu) at home next year xxill liav to do
Mimicthlnc fi.e their tile..Htllrt unit that
jnct,)(. uju r((.rix-c the attention of a
arge propoitlon of them. Talking of
t1(. ituatIon last week Mr. .Stitphen said:
.. , fl)1. u KOO, season this winter
,( jnt!t of s,)0rt next slimmer. It Is
very piobable that the Stock i;xrhntjg"t
xvdl open b fore very long and that will
linprfive things very much. In my opinion.
Then .f the rallto.ids ale granted the
tia I ease of rates tiny hax'c asked for
,1'inther bu.itu will bo Mart"!. These two
., ,,,,,,,, kn...,. f.i,ibltlon committee
ul,Utiona, sp.u e the exhibition ci
, p,;,, , , rtu ,,llWn ,
ili)(0(, fcr t . ,,. Urllt. PXh:bltoi
This xear manv t, .v.ltles a-
vn i lie spam
Ibltors.
Tl.tu ,-,e rti'ie,- . ..'.Itles .1 e 1,1 e
r.ingnr.ents and these are naturally being
, kept secret until the shoxv open. C.eorge
ll.iwley from lloston xxill en.l one ami
'perhaps txx-o new craft built In the usual
ll.awley style. The Pico and Oas Knglne
1 companb.s xviU sh.iw mucli of their
I high class xvork and eaeh of these con
cerns has under way some boats of nexx
t.xpe which will bo exhibited. These are
, mostly nf the small cruiser type and built
to meet the purse of tho man of moderate
mean.
In th" engine department many nexv
m tors are to b- shown, and some dims
1 not-il for their Internal cp, six,, engines
have been devoting mu.ii time this ear
' In the development of the Dlese' engine
There, will be several of these outfit. The
. . .i-.-i,. u.u,l, n, 1.
till" of more than S.imrt miles at mi1
avtraire nsi of a fraction over two cents
a mile, hait caused many owners f crul-
, . . ... ,.,. ,.,irt., ,n .t, ,
iing x-HChts to pax inucli atention to tip
' ' . ,. ,hl. ,,.,. , ,
j lU' l ,.'"'. ...... silll ..- - '-
vaeht the ...at f maintaining It can he
.ut dowi to less than one. fifth of the
'i.-t i.f the gasolene tnglne, and at the
ame time do axx.iy with the constant da: -se-
r.f Mre from ep!olons of gasolene
HOCKEY TO BEGIN ON JAN. 5.
I.eHBrne Srilson Opens I It Irish
in
iitoie Xnnlnst IliieUri I'luli,
Tlie Amati.r llockfx Lengiit jsx'i.sixile
t' -.leintx' gatnes xcas apj.tsixisl x-etcrdax
The seaton will tip. n ..ti Jamt,r .1 and
elo-ix or Much tl The Ilcekey Chili and
If.Wi Aincrirati A. '' a.ns will pla.x 1n
tb" II etc. game at h" S- Nicholas Kink.
The four New V.r' team In the league
are mm at work to, tlv ( the rink
preparing f-v fie season
Time game will In, plaxed here Is-fore
ftio leairue fe.i.-ttn ojiens Im It.si.in. The
St N'fks '.xlll go to Hostor- on Jlinuarv
Hi nil Jiinuan Is tlw Ip.sh Atncrlcins
'ill lla in Hnsir.n, nnd on IVliriinry 'JO
the ('nseenrs will make the trip to the
Hub. The Hockev Cluh will pla the onl
nt lit." leajtue gime In Huston ,n March '.
Alt the othr games will be playt.l on the
bs. at the H Nlehola Kink 'i"i sehe1-
llie;
Jiinuan 1. Ilorl;r Citib Irish Amerl
runs a' New Vork. T ires, ents vs St
Nl.iiolss a' .New X'nrk ' t. Irish Xnierl.-uu
l'rej.i'en'.s A' New X ork Is, Slehol.ts
vs Il'it.on A A at ll.is'oti 20 Si N'irbmas
vs Hookey t'Juh ,il Nvi X ork .3. lloston
A A is ire-epntf ai sv Xork 2 Irtsl,
American v.- lloston ,x X. at lloetf.n. 2
H.. k.- Club ii,. rret.'ents at '.'t-.i X'urk
I'enrutrx 4, Iri-h .Xtuerl.Miis is ,s. sp.),,..
las ,n Now X'ork to Si Viol olas . I'r.--cents
at New Xork. 11 lioMou s A .e
Hockey flub at Xi X'orV . lrt. Irish Xnieri.
ems is Hoke I'luli ll Ne Xnrk. 20
I'rmrentK Il,M.toii A X a. Ilohion. 2.1
Hiii-kei iMub V- s. Sb-ho'Hs ,,t New Xork
27 tlont'.n X A " trlsu Xinerl.'tns .it
Ne'i X'ork. Mwfi'i -', Trei'.enis is Hockey
r tit .it New x'ork 1 S' Nli in.1 is is Irish
American at New Vork Ho, key t'luh s.
Hosinn A X it lloston. s , r.,s,-erits is
Irish Anierl-ins at New York. I 1 lloston
A A xs. Si Nicholas at N"W Vork
NEW GOLF COURSE PROJECTED.
Mniiluisiict Coniitrv Cluli IIiiim Trnl
of f ti I (11 lit - l.iind,
A new irolf cluh has been orminlznl
to he liuoxvn as the. M.inh.issef Coimtrj
Cluh and arraiiKemet ts haxe l.ei n com
pletetl for the purchase of u lnrttt traet 1
of hlsh and rolltni: land on the North
Hempstead turnpike The purchase xxas
niiiinueil throuu'h the Keller-IMitTx Com
pany, Inc., of i.il l'lfth n venue The lo-.-titloii
xxas chose! heciuve of Its a.'.'O.
sllilllty to Ni'W Vork t-J t It is withli
easy xviilldtnr illstan.'i. of the Ie.PK Islat-d
llullro.id station nt Manhasset.
The ontanUiTH haxe heen Ka-c.l for
some months In perfoiilnR the plans I .
establlshlnit the cluh on a self-sustalutpu
basis and fel ooutld"iil Unit the oritanl j
zatloti xxill be xxelooniitl by many nolfer
xxiio are on the w.iltlni; Hats of thn pomi ;
Inr liuhn. A ommlttee of Kolfers xx.ini
ippolnteil to evimJnc tlie lntut nud the re
port states that the land Is Ideally located
tapne.rnphlo,illy, hesldes which the soil s
well adapted to the puipices of u r .If
course.
The plans Include the ererttnr of n coin
modlous club house xxith nil modem Ipv
provements and also provide foi the own
ershlp of the property to bo vested In t
club 11 self.
Iliiiiuhlon Trusts .Noliiiili.
fx xiiiniiiui:, .Xl.isrs,, Nov CS -He(.iin K
the tlrst xviclf In Octols.r, Head Co.u n
Pete llaiiKhtoii, xvho lias llnlslied t ' t
snvinth xe.ir uti liutiu'tor nrd divii.iiier
of Harvard I'nlversitx football, ill III d
als men behind rioted i;atH Lvep the
monitors of the trnii team xvete hut nut
and were I it pertiiltit-il to tt.. the cltti'
patli In the sjadliim after that Another
inniilnrr tr k Is outside the bit- horseshoe
CLARKE OWNS MOST RACERS.
llrflnhcr, Islnlelin. irolltn mill '.ltn
loim AinoliK 'Ihelil.
V. Waller Clarke, formerly commodot"
of tho Pjait-Uelphla Corlnlhluli Yacht
Club, treamtter of ths syndicate, whlcn
built tho Df dance for cup defence honors
ss Hi a member of many yacht club",
has the largest lleet of racing yachts
owned by any one man In this country.
IIo ban purchased the sloop Defiance
from rile other members of the syndlci'e,
has purchased the CI foot sloop Istalena,
xvhich wiiH ox-nei by IS. M. Pynchoti,
mid In addition still owns the tin-foot
schooner Irollta, xvhich he hn raced for
several seisons, and the motor yacht
Zlp.ilong, us well as some small craft
Just xvhat Commodore Clarke Intends
to do with nil these yachts Is pot know n
nt present. It l said that he Intends
to change the Istalena o tint she xxill
iipptMt next as a schooner She should
make n lln.' yacht for racing In cIhss
D agalns'. the Vagrant und Prlncvs.
The Istalena xii one of a trio built by
lltrresholT for members of the New
Vork Yacht Club. Commodore Cornelius
Vanderbllt owes the Aurora and I!.
Troxx-brldge Hall the Winsome. This
last named xx-as bull' for t'nlted Stapn
Senator II. I. Llppitt. The three yachts
fliriilslnsl some of the best racing ever
seen In these waters and this xxill be the
llrst breaking up of the class.
What will be done with the Defhnce
is a mystery. Some think that sbe can
be tetigged and made a fast yacht, but to
make the necessary changes will be X'ery
expensive "thers think that If rigged
..s a schooner with a moderate sail plan
he xxil do xx ell and make a f.it and
comfortable cruising yacht.
The Iroliti Is good hs she is. She wa
formerly the schooner (Jtieen nrd xxas
built for the late J. ltog'rs Maxxvell and
took part In the first race fo" the King's
""tip, whleh was xvou by the fdiip Kffort
Th (Jueen xxon the second race for that
tiophy
SMALL BOAT WILL CARRY NINE.
ltrnetlie III; fiiol Crnfl VXIII lie nt
.'Xloftir limit slum-.
One of tlie most attra. tlve sm.ill . nin-
tng boats ever hui.i Is to be suown nt
t tho coming Motor Hon Show- xx-Jilch will
j open In M.idi.ion Square (laideti on Jap
uary HI. Tills boat Is only 1IJ fect long
and slie bus accomodations on bo ird to
sleep nine persons .md without any over
crowding. The boat has been tried nnd
more tlmi c.ime up to the expectations
of her builders ami designer K.riy In
tho summer Mi. was taken down the
Nexv Jersey coast and xxas usisl until
fall on Harm gat Hay. Slio prox'i a
good oo.it in the two trips sue made
oft yhote wiien th sea xxas iti.;e rotig'i
land xx ,u, Idnal In tlv smooth Hoal 'v.ii.r
i of lt.itiifg.it Jlaj.
I Thi b.i.t". lias h,.n built by 'he !! .1
tCominn? and Ills a thiee cjllnder Ki n .
I engine wlibii drix it. her 11". tnlles r.
hour, S'ie h"s a beam of feet ti neiies
and draxxs i' ftn-t 2 In -lies She Is h-ill
sHjmexxhiit after the huiit'ng cabin t.xp.i
wept that she has ,itKut 14 111. lies f
deck space each side of her rals'd cabit
In this cabin tliere i.M more than 0 feet
hrvid room and there are two berths on
i ach side, line is stationary and the up
per one a Mwlnglng birth xii!h is ilro,
pet I xvhen not In use and fun 'sips a
back from the toxvc berth xxhifh a
transom with lockers underin ath
The engine Is plate, aft and In sp.te
of this the boil is w-ell ballasted and
runs on an even ko-l. "a c.u h side of
tho motor 1 smother ber!h. Th cockpU
Is x.ry roomy and by an .ngeiiious ar
; rancement of n standing aw lug and
i side fir taint this can he .los..d In and
.three ls-tths can les made up o: the h
tees The Meet eg wliee' Is on the )wit i
' si le of the. cockpit forw-ird and tne ee.
ii tie l ttrit'ollid from ti.a" p. .lilt Tie
boat 's built xxith ink f.itmts, cedar
td.it k i. g atid a.: the t tiTior and In
te -inr fitting and tt tu an of m .hog.v y
finlshetl brlglit.
DELEHANTY'S AIM PERFECT.
shiiiilt I'our Possllile sritri't nl
Trnx ers Island Traps.
Pr.t.iiAM M.xvoi:. Nov 'A' II Dee
ll.inty xcas tho chief prtZ" xx. ine- t -dux
it the Traxers Island traps .f the Nexv
Vork A C. taklrs. four .; tl.o r .ne rtu
lilitr exetits. . L. Hums won the tlnal
shooton of 'he month for the montho
cup, and c.irn.sl off that t siphv
In ea.-h of Dtleh.uitys "ou w,'s he
xc.ih forcitl to shoot a )".fe. s'o'e. tn
the accumulation cip tx.pl ,i'.il the
Trax-. rs Nland shoot I vlehaiitv xxent into
a shiidofl' iM'fore hn xxas al.b- to ga p
a clear title. Hs other two xxlns wiie
sxstreil m the novice, awl handicap hsh.s.
A. Klliott Kanney came out on top In
the club trophy nhn.it, while c H M.r
tJ ll was tlm w r.'rer of the s.-rateh oxent
xxith a totnl of .S. C. J ("-rbctt cap-
turtd the distance liandlcip The varletj
j cut) sh.sit, v scratch event, was won bv
! .V. .1. Smith with a t.. il of ;.i.
(Iierseils Tie XX 1 1 ll I'titloils.
V hard foimnt name htiwe. n the Oxei
se.is and l-'ultons In t'ie Saliirdaj Ama
teur So-ver Ie-ai;ue a' Van Cortlandt
Pari, resulted In .1 tie at 2 koaN for each
sde At half time the Oxersea led b'
two to one. hut Newman ..upe to the
tfs.-ne with a timely shot for the 1'ultoti-.
The bo.iN In the tlrst peiind Were enol
b Ptixtv and Williams. f,,r the Overseas '
and hv I'.arlo.x for 'he Pultons
XVniiilrrrri In l'ln In Meielnnil,
''I.UXIII .x-p,
series in the .
Kill heie next
to-day The
N'ox IX The first hs key
ountrx this nM.ei will je.
Prldav. :t xxas annotin.e.l
Winnlcrcrs of New Yi.il.
open the
land A C.
se.i.toti aitalnst the
'levc
No soecer fSnmr til ( iiliimlilu,
The sue,.., jil,,MS of fiiluniiiia 1'nixe--sltv
were illsappelnted at the l.it mlmue
yesicrday In the aimon'i- ement that the
Kanie acainst the .Montclair A C. hid
been called off and that 'he Jcrsevmcu
xxould not put In an appearance.
I, ol it la. t Li-iiiU nt pun ii ml.
Uti:, N V, No -An ciRhteen hole
hii'iillcap at thn Ap.ixinmU Ctnli m.a,,.
was xxon hy J Lildl.nx, whose senn
ie, .s.. ii ,4 Mtrrman, I'l S, 3,
xv.is second
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Coupe, $2,600. Weight 2,890 lbs.
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