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THE SllN.V. SUNDAY," MAY 14, 1916.
GEORGE SMITH WINS
GREAT DERBY RACE
Star Hawk. Loft at Pout.
Heat on a Nock by San
WHITNEY PAfK INPIiAiKI)
Taxi'lsWLii:, K, May 13 Ncxv Vo It
ers scored aKutti this 5 car In the forty
second Kentucky Derby, when (leorac
Smith, runnltiK In the colors of John
Hanford, scored oxer Star Hunk, from
the- stable 'of A. K. Maeoinber, by u
. . ... -...- ( ...1-tl.. ......
nee in a icrn.ic ..n.c. . .... .
third and the time for the mile and u
quarter xxas 2 :(M.
Harry l'aync Whlttifv faddlcd the
choice. In the M r..,c In Thunder, r and
nnmlnaiit. hut ne t ier came in me i
money, both Wins soundly beaten
Dominant cot tho pace for nearly a .iillo
and then dropped baclt Into the ruck
and Grow Hnilth took up the runnlnc.
He mulntalned his lead throughout md
miMulncd a powerful drle through tbe
str?tch when Htnr Hawk sot clear of
The .Mucomber crack, pound the beft
nf the Held. ins left at the po'. .itid ran
ni mo ; " i " break
a wonderful lac. With an rv. n i. lean
the result would not have been dope. (
i.Vflfiki ii K-.IN t ie ruiincrini .... ioe i
unv. sii.mlev witnessed the race from
the JudKC.s' stand and was aiiiom? the.
Hrs m congratulate Mr. Stanford upon
hlH victory. The lace with worth $9.Tiu,
to the winner. 2.i'H'i to the second
hoisc anil to tue mini.
Mr. Sanford iViii doilbl.x ple.iM'd oxer
the vlcloiy of lleorue Smit.i, as the New
Yorker hid purchased the colt last ciir
Willi the expressed purpose of wliinlliK
the 1916 Dcrb.
The summaries ;
ririt lUci I'our furious. Juienllr,
11; (iloonoi. 10.10. M.S.) ml 15.(0, ..-'
Munfljuli. tl'.' t.Hp.ill!p. IU -ii.l l.'.'0.
nnnnJ; lllnl Ixjip. It: iiientrt I. l... .
third. Timr. 0M5 3-5. Jli-llorra. Mei
Helen, Trliilette, Ilourbnn l.a. lllncrr
(Jillll, Alone nt l.'iil and Carrie Louise
SeronO ltace Six furlongo: Imprile,
HI (Hunt). 14.10. l:.70 Mini I2.il). won,
HlH D'cUre, 11: ulentryl. i.i:.S0 an.l
j:.IO, eecoml, ltn)al Tea. 11: H'urriill),
S4.I0, llilr.l. TIiiip. 1:1C Tlllolaun,
Vchl Worth. liluiMliorn, Tnrlclon I.,
Oroevenor nnl laikctiiiic a.s'i ran.
Third Plir.c. Iwti- erf r-..l
.m. fl.llriL. four mi. I m hiir fiir1miLr
Krlstrl". II" Kino-o, S.'.vo. 1: 11 .in I l:. no. I
on: Heland. 11: latpallPi, ).S..n nn.l !
$3.60. aec.ind, UeorK" O II. HI..
(lirnen. I: so. third. lime. ,1
Quln, Ilrooui Sweep and I'. C Cole 11I.0
Kourth Hare Old Him-bud Tl.m.lii ip
ihreo enr-olds uinl uii, elx furlonit- -Water
llluotn, 1:0 (Martini. $4 ;. t: DO
and I ;. 4 0 won, HnV. 110 i;.m:.'i. 13 un,l
l:.(0, neennd. I'lialinere, 10. iTallorl
l!.0, third Tim-. Ill I Prlni-r
Heruils. Old K-..nl, HmlKe. 1.J Wl.l
lama, &larluti (ioivby and Pot.eteiui n.-o
Mfth Ituce Keniuek Dert.j ; three-xear-1
olds: one mll ..ml u -luiirier- i!eorKe I
smith, 117 J le.ftu.i. I ton. $.xo .md
;.0, won: .siar ll.uk, It: il.lllyi. Is 40 i
snd 1140. rp. nnd: Vranklln. It: illl.-pi.
II.SO. third, lime. ::04 Immln int. Tliun-
derer, IPodgc. 1.,-n.i MI.hu. Klurey and
l ne x.o( aia.i run. 'Luupica in ueilltig.
tCnupled In bettlmr.
Hlxth ltace Celling; four-) pr n!d and
irp; one mile Hint a rlxteenih- Money
Slnkar, 93 fllunti. IS. TO, S3.:o and ll.:o
won: Gutflp Po-t, to,; iip.o.pi. :;o!
nl :.0, eri-i.nd. Cliarle. rranrls 104
1 Martin 1. fir aiw. third. Time. 1 1 -l i.
Hard Hall, Mis. Tamile. Coreopsl... Ini
(.resalnn. M, Charlcoto and le.ndeu Girt
Seventh Jim e- -Felling , four-year-old.
and up: one mil- ami a sixteenth - Slreth
10 dioose). II 0. 13.10 i 1: r,o nen.
Hrooknebt, 103 iroopcri. t; 30 mi sec
ond: Irleh tieiiiletiuii, ni niarneri. IS "0.
third. Time, 1 Lin.leuibal, star of
laaxre, Shnesp and 1 aniellta nteo ran,
PIMLIC0 RACING RESULTS.
Kirat Itatc -.xuhhrn iu.iur.u!,lii. a, n.
uuji tour ami a run lurunan: llisnwuy.
?lc1Alrt.'i "? ,0. I5.l0.and I3.lv. ilr.i.
urvuiu.lt. 11. tixr.ijf.u, fv.iu IT, A fj.lv.
aucond. t'helaeu, 11: iTroxieri, l: J", third.
lime. 0:ii lOndkl. Hood liracluus
UI.J Drur, liadtant l'luir and UJeii l'.,rk
r?econd Hare -Steeplerhaje, for 4ear
elds and upward. Illim, two mllia. .1 '.
Uwalt, tr.', (llyai.i, is :n, :.io, 1: so,
xvon: lUlttrt. 1 ilioilei. il.'O. 13 !if.
reconj; He.irta of Oak, in iMiilihi, t:.0, 1
rcvwitL., ur.uk. 1.1 'rtH, . i.lllllll,a n.V,
third. Time. 3:56 1 :.. Mtir ifeiiil i.a.l)
mini. Time. 3:;6 1 :.. inr (fein
Kdwlna l r , 11. .md Itunlla .ileo ran
Third It.iei- For lhree-jear-oli. and
upward; selling, alx furlong". ll'llec
lion, 110 iiVimi, I3 . lis in. Jl.'i.o.
won, '.'outerrriu'i. IK. Kels.t), '., II JO,
aerond; Casulu. 113 ICtmpbrl! 1. 111. third.
Time, 1 11 t.h. I,.uly London. Mjxlm a
Cholrp, Anairl. Mlon. lr Kendill.
Obolus, High I'ljer. Na.h ami Cora llroum
Fourth Mar. -Two-jear.iild.; purse
four and one-half furlonc: rrimk. It:
(Uuxton), t. 13 10 and 13 30. unn; llln-l-'ox,
114 ii'onnorxi. I1..30 .md S4.I0.
IK iTroxieri. !3.:o, tl.lnl. I
Sinlghi rorwiird, S i ecier ,
Than Sugir, lamlhig l.id. ijusen of the
Sea. I)r. Nelson an.l Hy.iunta iilsn ran.
Klflh II 1.... - tlo.ll..r ,l.r...n ,r...l.l.
an.l up. oi,. mil,'
Hid fort Sard!, .short ,
Hraai, lis iKeoKh., is. 10, ii.'jn unn t: 3e. 1
won: Hlaek Ur 1, 1 ltoilti..ui 1. 1 1 :o 1
and $3. second; Cncle llrjli, 101 iMe.Xleel.
t:.M. third. Time. 1:41. ephlhy and1
Itedland also ran. I
Slxlll ltace l-'or th-ee-vear-olil.: selllnu!
piirup tfioij, k furlongs I111.1 Trunk. II"
(Metcalfl, straight. I4x.'i; plat e, IK.XO.
show, ;.:n. Ural; M.irlanao, 107 ll.jkei.
place, 3. 'JO; show, 13. :i0, se.ond, .lane
..siralth, 107 (Ueoghi. show. .l "n, third
tim. i.ik . .1 1,. .......
Counel. Pliiuette, 'lumox" and Hcptoii ,
eienlb flare The Annan.,11. n,...,ll,..
for tliree-year-olda iind upward, on., mile
and a slxt. intli- Allien.., 10S ('K'.oghi.
l::.lo. Ill.so and 7 jn unn, Aprla, o;
(MrAleei. t:.lo and f.0, second; Hiid
welser, III (Lkei. 13 :o, third. Hm,
1,4. .1... .il..rui..u l.l, I- I'n..)..,.. t....r......
eiige, n.iny m.ht. Ta n. r nio nnd .x ur-ion
rlllah Soeeer Iteeurils llroken,
1iNl.uN. May 13. Kor the thirteenth
time in the cJub's career and for tho !
third year In succesl.m the famous
lltlo toeeor club has gained the Scot-
tlbh League championship. In doing so I
It hung up two new records In Hrltlsh 1
football. During the season tho learn
put together the largest nunibcr of goals
ever scored, totalling lit!, which heat
the prnvlous best of 103 gained hi .,).
kirk In 1307-S. The other record was '
made by getting 7 points., heating tho .
1.1..! t e- no... ....... ...... . I
lOrm. I IIIKII.I.I .'I ".'1 tile ,11.11 IIOII 'I T
wonderful string ..r successes, since t " ci "e'"r. ''""" ' " ' ". '2" (
last defeat on November ,S , M gilf(; rV fuXu,
19 points out of a possible o". I'ailinlle seliool Itelay, IdO Pound Clu.a
rrim Slnle Heals I'lirneulr,
rue I'll Mi., I" U'n,.l !
f "i. i i" y V'.' 7 ,?r l' I
rly J.ltchlpg enabled P"im I
vx ell's masterly
Plato to shut out Cameulo Tech hen.
this motnlng bj the scoiu of (1 In 0,
Th Venn State raplaln gave Hie Pitts
biirgcrs only two safeties, sirink nut
nine men and passed only ono batsman,
State biiiicliiil hits in the sixth frame
for 3 runs. The score:
Carnegie T'eh. 0 oooooooii n ; (I
I'inii state..., 0 o " n o :: 1 x i; X i
lUtlirlia 1 1 hfu and Hliiea, Moure and 1
Harvard Knsy Trnnla Wlnuer.
CAMiiKllaii:, Mass., May 13. The Har
vard lawn tennis team beat Princeton
this afternoon, taking four of the six
matches in singles und two of the three
mutches ptayul lielween Hie doubles
teams. All nine of the matches were
settled by th" sils scoies. Cai! Will
iams of thn Harvard team beau ('apt.
Heakinan of Prliiceion, fi li 0, In
singles, nnd then, playing with I'fafl'.
man in the doubles:, bent lleukmau ,nnd
Ctitfee of Princeton, C t, 0 .
Wllllnma Wins Trnnla -Mrel,
Wii.i.iamstown, Mass., May 13, Los.
111!! onlj' one wlneles matih, Williams de
feated Wesleynu In tennis lieru thin
aftarnoon, 0 to l, on the collcse courts.
Ctpt. Maynard of Williams was In lum
form, using a driving ba:ie Hue slioke. to
jierfeellon and defeating Cant. Uorfuimi
RECORDS FALL AT YALE
Murpliv Smashes Shot Figures;
and Shields Kreaks Mile
Nr.w IIavk.v, Conn., May 13. llocords
uchl tuml.llhir to-ilny at the Yule Inter-
s holustli; track and Held meet held here. I
J T. Murphy of Hebron Academy pet n
t om,l In the 12 pound Hhnt put which
will iirob.ibly stnnd for some time to I
come, Hp put the Iron ball 00 feet 7
InohcK ami wan 1111 winy winner. Mm
put set .1 new Yule Ihtcrscbolnstlc recotd, 1
au tlii- old record, held since. I'.'OT by.
1. V. Talbjtl of MercersburB Academy,
.. 1" HTl . tlll'lll'P.
it. , , n
Mercer.-burK erected a ncix lecord to
tnko the place Of one which wum torn
down, however, for 15. M. .Shields, the
Mcrcershurn competitor In the mile, nil
- - - , " ' Vnft , '
:'" - " "'
Kleth of South lllu-h Hchool bv three
llfths of n second, The summaries ;
100 Yard I i -Won hv TnlmAiUe. I'on.
nr-rf Ifiil Literary Institute; serum!, liwxer, i
I'or. Ilium I'rrp; third, I'rnut. 1 1 Iirun Acad
emy; fniirtli. A. Wohntr, llxeter. Time, I
10 i- .eriilld., 1
5:0 Yard Oaj.li Won by Tulnudsr, Con-1
iiprilPiit l.llpriry I n 1 1 Hi l r ron.l, I'rnut,
llpl.rcm Academy; ihlrd, liwier. Kordham I
Prep, fourth. lJuclil'.iuni, Lxcttr, Thin,
130 V!,r'' Hurdles. Won by Hpurr. Tnf!.
rn,, smlili.r. I'xeter. third. Cobb,
i;xrt,ri ruurth. An.il.lo, T.ifl. TIiiip. 16 1-1
::0 Vnrd ltimllpa .ll'nn l.v Hmllh
llxplrr; iccond, Cpurr. Taft; third, fohh.
I'.xeUr: fnunli. MeKennM, I'nniiectlcut
I.!erary InMltutp. Tlinr. jr. 1-r, Mpn.nd..
n v W
inl iiaah- Won l.y llurrl.. llPlirun
i .ceono. iiawiiPM, i-;ppr; llilr.l,
nnni.r. w ii i.tmi ,'io nan : ri.tirtli.
liliodliou Mxptp- TIiiip. r,l Sr, PC" in 1.,
sii ,ird Itnii-- i,ii li winioma, lltMpr, I
pfuiid. I'lpiii-r. llPliroti Aiiidt'iny. third,,
M.hnair llmrliiil... fnurtli. H.mdPii,
Kxptrr Tlnip. 1 inlnutr. 4 .1 ., .pcrind. 1
Wiip Mil Hun Wn l.y Hhl,.d, Mer-I
.'er.l.urir: upcolni. llfiAnelt. IllptPr: third. I
1 Mole?, Mehron Acndpiiiy. fourth, .lon,'i, f
1 Tuft. Time, 4 Inlnulp. 30 ;.l nconil-. I
inlp Inter. rhnla.ilc rp.'ord i
MiKh .lump -Won l.y Itufiiiietnn, i:pter,
.11 " feet. ; Inrhee. aeennd, Zlttel, Mount
Veriliill lllfth Schunl, at a feet T, turtle .
third, rrneker. Tuft, a! .". fe-t I Inches,
fourth. Mitchell, Taft. at 5 feet .1 luchea.
llri.ad Jump Won by Trotter, Mount
Yertion High hohool. dl.tanre. :0 feet 44
incne.; eeconn. iiuru. iioipiiki... ui.ianrp
:0 fpet 4i. Inche". third, l'rentlre, Kxeter,
dl.tiinee, 19 feet 7 Int'hen fourth, Woolen,
llolflikle.. 10 feet. 6i, Inohea.
Pole Vault Tie between Hurtt, Itotrh
nnd ttnirere. Ilxeter. height 10 feet
Inche.. lblrd. lie between Webber.
llarifurd IIIbIi Schoo!. and Hrown. Taft.
arik.'il ' ' lee: iii-mip.
Mlint Put Won by Murplll Hebron
Arndemy. dUtani'e T.x feet lnchee. nrc-
nd. Mnrlnlr. Muyie.ant 1 1 lull Si liuol, ,11..
tan. e O fret lurli . third. lUrrl.,
Hebron Aradem). dhitanep 45 feet, fourth,
lllek.ou. Ilotehlil... dl.lalicp IS feet 1',
hi'-he. l.Vew Yale lulerechola.lle reconll
Hammer Throw -Won l.y lilt k.ou.
Hotrbk!.5, dUtan e. lCK feet C Inrlie.. .e
oml. M iruhy. Hebron Aeadeniy. dl.lm.'e
1l feet 1 Inch third. Henry, llntchkl,
ll.i.ini e r. tept fourth. Ilataett, Taft,
dl.tunrp 12i fept 3 Ir.i llP.
Plnal jM-ori. -Kxeier 3 point.: Hebron
ci-lemy, rs poln:.. Hot. likl... IX .ointe
? " ;',, l"lnt i onne.-tl.iit
A"r,".V , '""V" '. 1 i1".""'?. V."1"" u ''r i
ijon lllch S.di..,.1. X point. 1 o-dhuni Prep. I
1 ",l."t"i. ".r,'11"'K; .. point.. Miiv- ,
J.," 5'" !""" .1' ""' ,3 l"'1"". HriforJ ,
'Huh .-' hoo.. 1 , p..inl .
BELL HANGS UP NEW RECORD.
I'llps it Seninil. I'roni Kxenlnir
High s.hiiol Mile lnrU.
.lohn 1. Hell 01 the rirookl.xu I2xeiilng
High School, w in In open coniiietiti.-in
I'o.iipetes for the New York Athletic
flub, clipped lUhleeii seconds fioni the
ne mile evening liixth school record!
reiord yesterday at the games of the 1
St .Inlm's f.ill.'i.'p A A, held on the.
campus. Ills t'lno was 4 minutes '.'? ...
sn oiuN T.ie toriner mark was I mm-1
tites 17 I.., se'onds, mad' by Miki
iTau'n .11 Mac of 1:1 1 3. Ilosldes making a
lecord Hell als i annexed the champion-1
snip line, 1 lli'in hui ie no e.eiunw
,K), c,n cli impionslilps this yeai. and
I(l I, c X I . .., l,l ,IM rtiniiln
! 'b" A. I,. l.l nctioneil tire runnln
of the one mile championshlii by St. '
Tobn's College, llell was In Iroril from
tho start A. King, a colored 1 miner, also
of 1 he HrooKlvn I2nlni Jllgh School,)
was at his heels until the las! lap, when
He; spiint"!) and woo i'asll Kinu n.i
, ... ,, , ... . , . i
s'-' nd. with Hen 1-inkcMetu. nnolher
liriai;,lll l.xe'iuits lumi .-.rio.oi nmiirr, I
thud. All first thice to finish belt I
the old record.
St .lolin's won Its own meet with
."., poln. It turned over the plaque, 1
however, to St. Heitr.llct's t'-ep of New I
.. l.l.a. ,. ..u ...... .ml III. IT l.lnsh.
lug was third, with 1."., and Morns
fi urth. with 12. The summaries:
::. Yxrd Haiti. Junior Won b S. r,ir
nell. Mont.-mlr. 1, I'orenberirer, St, .lolin's
I'rep. .epon.l. lVrelnian. s urris. iiiiru. 1
U- Iglces. Dli kln.on, fujrlh. rime. i-a
too Yir.l l.ih,
Senior Won by .1
llvan St John .
ep. v lioiiim.in.
llrn.milB inn, serunii.
.X. Iloi.'-'P, M.
third. .1 lleiibensteln.
fourth Time, 10 I 3
V 'rd Itun -W on h"
Hoekawiiy. II. Crawfrird.
lU.I.IHK. s. 1
.i,,i s I'or.tal . .x onie a r. llilr.l. hie.i r.
SI Paul's srhnid. fourth. Time, 1 tulnuie
yj r, seeond-
10 Yard Hun- Won In Tally. M
ite..p.n,t"N Pren. .1. Mc.S'ultv. St. John's
Prep, sei ond. M Cjuered". St .lolin's
I'rei.. third W I. II. SI
1 .. in .001 .
1 , .' 1 "'," , .
70 Yard Low Hurdle. Won b J llynn
S' John's I'rrp: llugnea. 111n.11111g.se,
n,,,l I IIIH 11 ek Inson. llilr.l . I.. .111 Ob',
Cummer, la' fourth Time x : . si ioml. 1
Hleinen ary S.'hools Uelay. 5 Pound !
Class- Won by P S. No. J7. Manhattan,
with A c.illlti". J Draper. L H.rt nnd
llemlllg, P S No. V3, llli.ol,)ll, Willi,
i.niu-11. i"" ''"" '" 7.', ,1 .
I' S. No. II. Manhattan, with Aba'..
rii.i.inov. Pollock, Thorln, third. Time,
3X ( 3 seconds
ilt. MIIp Hun. Hveulug High S . ho ,1
.'lMiiiploii"blp- Won by John I'. 1111.
iirooklyn ll. II. M . V " King. Him.klyn
15. H., second. H. 1'enk. lutein. Hrooklvn
rd' liaah. Junior: Von "b,"'"'.,:
ji,irenberger. SI. John'.. Prep, I'erelntin.
Morris, second; I" lb dglges. Ulcklnaon.
!.ll"r,l,U',, "J,,"hl' lu""nr- ,"ur;" r'""''
" :;J''"1Y.iril Dash. Senior -Won 1.) A.
n-'iili. St Henedlit's Prep, A. Ilrewsler,
Nuilej. r nd, I. I.eml.e.k, Morrli. Ihlrd,
'.' 11J,S,,,S,.,?'1. ee!,;,,p,n,m " ' r,p-
itunnlna" High jumii--Wiii by II.
... .. . t.t . n ,.,AU
IX .11.11, .oilll n " i"-.. . ' - " 1 , - i
Wen In' St. John's Prep, with Kramer.
ll.irrU. hi.MtifV. l.oillre: ila.on Point M
A . Willi llechtel. Holly. Itel.mali. Me- I
Kelllia. aecond, llrolhir James Willi -Vie-'
'".. Itnndall. Is.rlnn. Me..rs. third; SI.
.lolVn'a Prep wllh Kllrgerald, (I'llrady,
1' tugi raid, HUlgen, luiirm, l ime, j i-b
iXu Yard Itela). 1C0 round Cluas- Won
by Morris, with Sllx erntnne, Hlaek, liclden
l..rg, l.efkowlu. Ki.Ieni HUtrlcl with
Miuwil. Vllale, I'r ImSn, Stmnliinlc, ep-
ond; St, John's Prep with .'ashman, Camp,
pell. Hughes Porlal Ihlrd. Mi.iit.iwlr. nlih
i Xuslln. I naiall, Wins, I'liigiriild, fourlh.
Tlili" 1 mlnule in seconus.
;jn Viud l.ow 1 1 u r.l I. s Won by ii.
Hughe". Plashing Hoej, Ht llenedlct's
Prep, second; P Kennedy, Mushing, Ihlrd,
.1 loan, sl aiirni a i'rep, louriu. lime,
Putting Klght P.iuuJ Shot' -Won by 11.
Salaiiiuik, St. John's Prep. 19 feet 4 '4
Inchon; H. T. Hrocrk. Hayonne, 4 feet !l
li'ilus, second; W Tlinnaa, St. Ilenedlet'a
Prep, 47 feel, third: J. J1oii.it, Hi. John's
Pri'P. 4 reel a inciies. rouriu.
point Score ft. John's I'rep, 56 St.
Msneoici's I'umi. Ii, 1 in.olbg, Is; ;.!r.rrt..
IS, .xtiintchilr. Hi Kuatnrii lilstrlet. ; Hay.
nune, S tilekltisoii. u; far Itii.'kawiiy,
Hraanins Hall, I: Nutlei, 5! New Itorhelle,
;i. st I'.iiiI'h, I; Vunkera, 1; 1'iuiiiilfrvl.il, 1.
I.rn I'liid Vlonlrenl llsay. j
Pkoviiiknck, It. 1.. .May 13. Have
Sheun's fighting ilrnys tool; a 10 to 3
fall out of the Montreal Hoynls this
afternoon, l.'ayrs staittd on tlie mound
for the tlrays. In the sixth he weakened
and was renlnced by Heji Tlncnp. The
batting of Tutwllcr was one of the fca
tuicti of the. game, The score:
It, II, K.
Providence,,. 5 4 0 n i : i n x-10 I; n
Monlreal I I I 0 ! M (. :i i 5
IliilU'lkn rhi lies, Tluxup and Villi ; I'ul
lerion and Madden.
"HAKE HOPPE PLAY
18:1," URGES (JUNE
'With Others at 1B:2 Games;
Would He Close" Gallagher
Favors Cushion Carroms.
APPLEBY NAMES .1UXK 5
H 5IIF.PAHO G. mtU'LAV.
Tom I'oley, the Ohlcano veteran,
started ometliln(r when he Invented his
new style Mnitle line name to make ball
to ball billiard, more difficult nnd thereby
brlnu William r. Hopp down closer to
the level of his rivals. Other sug-UcMlons
hnv. followed, and It now seems prob
able that some sort of tournament amonR
the lendlnK ptofesstonaW will be played
in th" r.ip
Thomai (lallnRher, as much of a vet-'
rran as I'oley, has come to bat with an'
argument In favor of cushion cnrrom.
He thinks thin name not only would Rive
the otlirr a better chance air.vlnd Hoppe
but would result In Improvement of the
otheis1 names where they can stand It
miH. It would be better for the lecta
to; loo, ho bclleie., In that a pl.'iir
would not monopollro tho table for
stretches of fifteen minutes and half ni'
hour at a time while m.iklni; come big
iuii of the kind often sei n In balkllne.
Hairy Clint came over from riillutleb
phla yesterilay to talk billiards and con
ferred that ho plans steady practice be
tween now and tho fall, with the view of
teturnliiK to competitive billiard Cllne
espr.,ed tin opinion that Hoppe would '
ou!cbi!. all otipounts Just .n much In
cushion carrom as be does In balkllne. i
"Hoppe can heal nny cue expert In the
world nt any ir.tme on the irreen cloth,"
he said "This Includes balkllne, cushion
rnrroms, time cushions and any other
ifiimes you can think of. The only way
to make the Karnes close would be to hin
dlcap Hoppe. I would trgc some such
scheme as maklnic Hoppe play 18:1 to
the others' IS::. He probably would
Cutler In Cioorl Form,
Albert Cutltr has been exhibiting good
form recently In practice (tames at
Doylu's and probably will enter In what
ever event ts arranged for the fall. I.Ike
('line, he has r.ot been in competition
iiii'i the professional balkllne league
disbanded two years ago. He has kept
himself In shape by playing billiards as
p.ut of a vaudeville act In which he
shines as a monoloirlrt. Cllne has re
taliud his skill by acting as a bllllaril In
structor In riilladelphla, where he alo Is
proprlitor of the room operated by his
father before his death.
Ph.irles f,."".iiir n. I,U 'nil..
Pltlsburger. ,harles 12111s. to-morrow, I
Tuesday and Wednesday nights at th
Harry Davis' Academy In their home tow n
for th". world's th'ee cushion champion
ship. Since Mci'ourt nosed out Kills for1
first place honors of the Interstate Three j
Cushion league h Is expected to give '
the champion an even tight for the title. 1
l!f preventatives of prominent clubs i
lilamilng the formntloii of an Intercluh
Amateur Hllllanl ).eague for net fal1 j
and winter will get together at the Ama- 1
teur Hllllaril Club of New York to-mor-na'
night. This will be the last meet
ing of the chili delegates until the fill,
and the occasion will be nllllzeil for ef
fecting definite organization and electing '
olllccis as well as to decide upon the j
plan under which the Initial league com-,
p-tltlon will be held. j
Previous to the league meeting the I
cM-cutlxe committee of tho National An.
nidation of Amateur Hllllanl Players
will consider inattem of Importance I'l
iontiPctli.il with next year's amateur
The Interstate Three 'us.Ii.ou League's
annual meeting, schedule,! originally In
Chicago to-morrow, lias been postponed
a week. It will be held at (lie Hotel
M rrlson. The league Is to to reor-'
guulzpd, making the. circuit more com
pact and shortening the schedule so It I
will extPiid only from Octoln-r 10 to
HUMMER IN FINE FORM.
V 1. I , I Unlile o riml Hint nnd
I nlon Wins.
S(Hi..'i:rTiiv, N. Y, May 13. t'uder
weather conditions which were perfeci
for baseball, except for a slight wind
which bothered some In the outtteld.
t til. u opened Its home season here this
ifternooii with a 7 to 3 victory ovi.r
N w York 1 'Diversity.
Cap'., (long Hummer gained credit for
winning his own game He pitched in
mhlseasnu form, fanning fourteen, allow
ing no passeei and granting hut five sca'
lered lilts. I'our hits In the second In
ning gave Union four runs and a lead
which N. Y. I', could not overcome. 12x
iept fur this one inning Wolff pitched
SPECTATORS LEAVE GAME.
sallsfleil When lireen Men Score I, 'I
Itnna In Third InnlntT.
HaNom.ii, N. II.. May 13. Dartmouth
ilcfeited Wllll:uii.s to-day. 17 to 8. Th"
game was marked by hard hitting and
lagged lleldlnc. The large crowd of
.Junior Prom gucnts were dlsaiipolnteO
111 the contest and long before Die end
of the same the Mauds we're vacated.
The (Ircen playern started nn attack,
on I ifbevolse, the Purple lioxm.in. In
the third, 'and when tlie Inning closei'
Dartmouth had nine hits and thirteen
runs. The tvore:
rt. ii. !:.
Ibirtuiniith.. II 11 1 1 M 1 i 17 17 .'
W'llllalilk. . . . 1 ll 0 t 0 1 0 3 I S 11 s
Itatterlea Hruinby and Salmon. en.
Hebexolne, Fouler ofnd Howell,
ST. mattrxw'sIlelay WINS.
oars Hut Fourth Axenar M. K,
It ii li n its nt .. M, A. I (ianies.
The St. Matthew's relay team won the
one mile relay, the feature of the annual
spring gamtn of the Sunday Schools
Athletic League, held last night nt tho
Second Naval llattnllon. The lead nltei
tialcd many times. Ht, Luke's stalled
oil' in the van and was leading nt the
.juartcr mile,. The Kourth Avenue M. K, i
.olni'rt were In front nt the half mile.
Twice during the next quarter the lend ,
changed. It was not until tho last
twenty yards that SI. Matthew's look
the lead to win. rourtli Avenue was
second and Central Congregath.mil thlru.
I. M, lO Captnrra Point Trophy.
Morn than 0,000 persons attended the
initial Indoor athletic meet of the Hud
son District Athletic League, held last
night at tho Twenty-Becond Hegiment
Armory. Nine schools competed lor tlio
team honors. V. H. No. 10 won, with
5! 'a iiolnts. V. S. No. 1S4 was tcemid
and V. 8. 169 third, with 39 points and
20 points respectively,
Cornell l.arroasr -Men March On.
Ithaca. May 13. Hy a acoro of IS
to 3 Cornell defeated Holmrt In lacrosse
here tn.dny, Thn leader of the Inter
collegiate League had ever thing its
own way. Cornell scored nine goals to
llobart's one In the first half, and seven
more to llobart's two in the last. Oapt.
Collins und Urescher, for Cornell, played
star games, Cornell will play Hnrvard
for the chumplonshtti at Cambrldf aait
TEACHING THE OWNER TO
KNOW HIS AUTOMOBILE
Being the Eleventh of a Series of Practical Articles by
p.n Expert on the Subject of the
, Car and Its Operation.
B Ml, H. STK.WAItT, JR.,
rresj. Stewart Antomoblle School,
Unlike steam and electric vehicles, the
gasolene engine must have a transmis
sion or gear reduction between the motor
nnd rear axle. The reason for this Is
that the gasolene engine Is operated by
n series of explosions that take place In
the cj Under. In brief, the power fur
nished c.tunot bo considered, so to speak,
in continuous. Kor this reason when
the motor Is required to work at slow
speed It is dllllcult to make It operate
smoothly. When an automobile in run
nlntr over a smooth level pavement the
driving wheels may lo connected direct
to the engine. In other words, little ad
ditional power Is required, after the car
I once started, to keep It (u motion.
To Htart the car, howtver, an excess
of power must he applied. Likewise on
rough roads and In climbing hills more
power Is consumed. While, the ruh motor
may be throttled down to pull at very
(low engtno speed after the load Is once
In motion, nevertheless It l a dllllcult
First 5peeo Position
A loti li throw nt yak.
B Clutch joke thruat bcarlai.
C Leather faced elated.
l Clutch centre pilot abaft.
t; Countershaft constant mean iv.
V Countershaft second speed gear.
I, Countershaft flnt ipeeS gear.
matter for an engine to lift this load
over a hill at slow engine speed. The
maximum power Is dex eloped when the
motor turns over fast. When the load
begins to slow down the engine ipecd
the pulling power of the motor begins
to fall at a very rapid rate. If It were
not poaslble to shift to lower gears of
Hie transmission the motor wsiuld stall.
Kor this reason the transmission Is used
to apply th powrr of the motor to the
rear axle through gear reduction, lly
so doing the motor obtains greater lever
age to lift the load.
There are several types of transmls.
skins used to effect speed changes. In
BRIEF NEWS AND NOTES
OF THE BOXING ARENA
Hauling I.evlnsky and C.unboat Smith
hove been hooked up for a clash next
Monday in Philadelphia
Johnny Lckhardt, who rcferced during
the old llor'on law days, has obtained
a referee's license from the State
Ceorges Carpentler writes; to a friend
here that he knows lie could lick Jess
Wlllaril. Carissntler hasn't seen Wll
lard, which partly explains the, state
ment. Meantime the young aviator, who
is at the Verdun fiont, will havo to
leave the pugilistic fame of Prance In
tlie hands of Alphouic Hadoud. who
challenges Jack Hrltton to a n-al world's
welterweight championship match.
iJeiivcr promoters have offered 1'red
die Welsh s,nnn and an option of 3.'.
per cent, of the receipts to meet Ad
Wolgast on May 30.
Jrankle Hrown Issued a sweeping;
challenge yesterday to Johnnx Kllbaur,
(ieorge ('hauey and l'2ddle I'umpi, saying I
he l.s willing to meet them at "atih
weights. The little Kast Shier Is grow
ing rapidly and expects to be a light
w tight In a few years,
Hilly (llbson has practical!) obtained
Albeit Hadoud's consent to go to Huenos
Ayres. The Prcnch welter piobably will
be matched with .Jimmy Coffey, the Mo.
hawk Indian, If he makes the trip.
.Johnny Dundee wa matched jester-1
day to box Matt Wells In Ilosloii on '
! Monday Jack llrltton's next bout also
will be In the Hub, with Mike O'Dowd
of St. Paul as his opponent on June fi.
CRESCENT WINS AT LACROSSE.
' nnatnn Team I'alla, to Mop Hronk-
n at nay Httticr.
Tlie llostou lacrosse team was beaten
by iLu? lacrosee team of the Crescent
Athlatfc- Club, 9 goals to 'J. at Hay Itl.lge
yesterday. The llrst isirlod ended, 4tol,
in favor of th cllrookl.Mi clubmen. No!-i
withstanding the score, the contest wasj
interesting and was witnessed by n .
large crowd. I
Prior to the game the second Crtscent 1
twelve defeated Manual High School, i
7 to s I
. Ilconomlcal IleTlce,
X new automobile device, which bids
fair In reduce fuel bills, has recently come
Into the limelight. It has been placed nn
the cars of some of New Ynrk'a larseal de
partment storea. where It has proved so 1
effertlxe In saving fuel that It has been
adopted by a number of other llrma also. 1
The device la a verv simple contrivance,
attached to Hie Intake manifold at th
point Hhers It la bolted to the carburetor
flange. The principle upon which It opar
ale. I. that of a double, mixer.
TRIPLE D MIXER
.Wf of Gasoline. A simple. .iCviinik'
device. Less carbon, less missing, cotilci'
motor, engine picks up quicker. No
movable parts, or adjustments. Money
refund Runr;intee. Price $5.00 each.
MOTOR DEVICE CO.,
283 Broadway, N. Y.
Phone Barclay $750
ififft -it jMt
reverse speeo position uAHr Ttfitr S I Cr,A '
I KTLM H III r -vi IL-T Mil III M 1 I 1 riil II II III 1 ka., I LJJ III
I t 4 W I I I 1 I 1 1 1 ' I I I II 'J I f " I - (4 I I Li
thin iirtlclepu'iy tho sliding -tear type
will be discussed, and n brief e.pl na
tion offered as to its working.
At the centre of tho chait la shown
complete transmission assembly together
with clutch, u .'. previous mtlc! the
object of the clul'h was discussed to
gether with It i vvorklnri principle. Tills
member inurt bu disengaged from tho
fly wheel before nny attempt la made
to clmnye the position of the i aril. The
clulch r :cHs. is accomplished by press
ing the I 'ft pedal forward with the foo!,
which tl nmv tut t!m yol;n "A " .mil
pulls clut 'h 'V ' Wic'.i from the lly wheel.
When till l.l don'' the clutch will stop
totaling, while the engine continues its
The trnnsmudion proper cousiKtp .if
two sets of goals mounted on shafts, one
above tho other, as shown In the char:.
Thii gears vary In size uccordlim to the
upced designed. The average transmls
ulon has thre.j t-peeils forward and re
verse. Those forward being low. Inter
mediate and high. Some operators term
thfuo speeds first, second and direct
Counlcishaft "H" has four gears,
Workinu Parts oi the i ransmis&ioi,
H Countershaft rsToraa gear.
I Refers Idler gear.
J Mala shaft drive gear.
It Main shaft second speed sliding
L Main shaft flnt snaed sliding gear.
M Main shaft uulienal Joint end.
'.." ..Jf " whip), aTr flu (f)
the shaft The main spline shaft "N"
Is so constructed that the two gears "K"
and "!.' can be moved backward or for
ward by means of the shifting yokes "O,"
The main shaft Is divided at it point
b'tween "K" and "J" so that the lower
speeds are obtained by driving through
"J'' and "12" which are constantly In
Pour sketches are shown Illustrating
the position of the gear, first, second,
third and reverse It should be noted
that the gia.-s "J" and "12" are In con
stant ine-a whatever speed is selected.
In the sketch sliowlu; tirst speed the
PAGE'S BIG SALES RECORD.
IHapoaea nf Hit. IIOO, IOO Mitchell
( nr In n Yrnr.
With a record of nearly three mill
ion dollars worth of cars sold the Carl
H. Page Motors Company finished May
10 Its first business xear as Kastern
distributer for the Mltchell-Ia'wis Motor
Company. When Mr. Page took over
the Itaclue made nutomoblln May It last
oar. after searching investigation of
plant and product, great public Interest
was aroused by the proclamation of his
"million dollar belief" In the Mitchell,
handled here at "A Place In the Sun,"
The llrst lot of cars, estimated as a
year's total, were sold in seven months,
and a half million was next invested
in Mitchells. These went so rapidly
that Mr. Page and his associates bought
another million dollars worlh at the
New York Show In January. Orders
continued until all of the early series
Six of Sixteen car were disposed of in
Art no less than craftsmanship
finds expression in the Apperson
The individuality and distinction
' of the graceful flowing-line body arc
based upon true utility. The design
is of a new three-door type exclu
Front seats are individual and the
driver's seat slides forward and back
to accommodate varying statures,
the companion seat is a luxurious
swivel chair and may be turned
completely around to face those in
the rear seats.
Pride of possession plays a definite
part in the ownership of "a car that is
DIMOND-APPERSON MOTOR GO,, Inc.
Br4w7 ai. 68th Strut, New York City.
gear lever "ft" has been moved to the
position selecting low or first rpecd.
This brings the train shaft first speed
sliding gear "I." In mesh with the
countershaft first speed gear "CI." In
this manner the engine power Is trans
mitted from ".I" to "12" nnd from "(I"
to "I." and then through "M" to the
Assuming that gear "J" Is half the
size of "12," It then will have to nialio
two i evolutions to effect one of "1-2."
Likewise If gear "d" Is half the size of
gear "L." It will have to make two rev
olutions to effect one of "I.." It will be
seen from this that If tho motor should
lie turning over 1.200 revolution", shaft
"M" would bo turnln? only 300 revolu-,
lions, in nils manner um uiuiur uio.i.iia
n greater leverage to drive the car up
The second speed Is obtained In a
simitar manner, except that gears "V"
and "K" approximate each other In size
so that gear reduction Is not so low.
For example, with gear "J" revolving
1,200 I!. I M. shaft "M" would bo turn
ing about 600 It. I'. .
The third or ellrcrt speed is obtained
by coupling the two gears "J" and "K"
together by means of ti dog clutch or
Internal gear. In thin m inner the power
Is transmitted direct from the rrault
: shaft to "M" without any Rear reilti - '
lion. This Is termed "direct ililve."
In ordci to obtain n reverse dliecttin
of shaft "M" to that of gear ".I" I- '
' necessary to drive through a rev'ru
' Idler gear, Mich as Is shown at "I."
Willi tills position of tint gears the pover
1 Is tiansmlited from "J" to "12" nnd from
I "II" to "I" to "I,." The revern! Idler
"I" being In constant nictli with "II."
Thiroor iblRfCT 5PFED Position
N Mala aplln abaft for sliding gears.
O Gear shifting forks.
P Parallel abafts ranylng gear ablfi
R Oeavr ahlft Isror.
T Emcrgtaej brake lettr aaaamblj.
By transmitting the (nwer through the
reviTse Idler a reverso direction Is ob
tained to shaft "M."
Hoth upper and lower nhafts arc sus
pended on bearings and designed to op
erate with as little friction as possible.
Likewise the teeth of the gears arn de
signed to enable easy meshing. How
ever, Judgment must me exercised, in
shifting. That is to say, one must Judge
the iropcr time when to shift gears to
avoid clashing or Injury.
The subject of rihlftlng gears will lit
treated in the next article.
(.Copyright In Win. II. Mcwort, Jr.)
the Page selling territory and many
"After Show" models were obtained by
express for Impatient customers.
The New York. Newark and Hrooklvn
showrooms originally taken oxer were
all outgrown In twelve month-', larg-r
and better uuarters Isdng leased In each
city. The dealers in the Page territory
contributed largely to tlie sales tut li,
taking more Mitchells than ever before
in a like period.
Five men are kept on the road by the
wholesale department A. ('. How land
and J. I're'd Strawbrldge travel in Perm
sxivanl.i, tlie tatter also I. oklng af:. r
southern New' Jersey, Maryland and Del
aware. A. II Hrown calls on dealer
In New 12ngland and northern New .Ice
sey. W. W. Klvckner's territory Is New
York State nml T P. C. Porb.-s attend
to Long I'lnnil outside of Iirooklyn
sUrltrn (irta I'roinot Ion.
llobrt Melten h.xi been made .ale. mxu
ag.T of the lingers Motor i 'orpora I Inn
wll-'h handle, llaxl. and HPrrf. Ilrooks i ire
nt Columl.ua cirri. He report, nn ii'iusti.u
demand for the, , rs, whli'h are new i
the "How" but old In seri-lro to owners I
in other part, of the coimtrs I
TIBDALE TOUCHES ON TIRES.
lllacnssea llrrnt VI lienor Franklin
Owners Cnnslnntly Axernur,
Dlenii A. Tlsilale, local distributor of
I he Kranliliii car, has tun tires on the
front wheels of Ins ilcinonstratni' which
have, already covered lii.000 miles and
are still In tine condition. He showed
them to prominent New Yorker the
ether day, wlo exclaimed: "You don't
mean to tell me that I'raliktln owners
average in.oort on their tires while I get
only l,.,0i) miles from the ones on my
"(ih, .re.-, I il... replied Mr. Tisdiile.
"Then, at that rate," continued the
caller, "I can save $1,200 111 tires every
10,000 tulles In- owning a I'rankJIn."
"That l line," said the dealer. "Did
.von ever slop to think that the .intiu.il
tire bill paid by American motorists l.s
Jiijrt.Ouil.OO'l, as located by lecoiltlv
compiled figures on Iho combined sales
if all tiro companies 111 l!'l..?
"Of that iitiinunt MiPU.OiJti.OOO could'
be -iiveii the coiKiimer, according to sta
tist! -sofa prominent technical authority
who last je.ir received thousands of report-
f'otn owners of cars of all makes.
"The car of Ideal servt'e was ileler
m tied '.j select. iik the make wh.ch reg-
Istned the hinhesf axel.lge mileage per
ct of tire The tesiiit of this clns.Hl-
atlon matched consistently with tin. na
tional average published by the "irinu
fa. Hirer of the car estiibllslied as the
standaiil -.:i.i'..':n miles per et nf Hies.
The nilleagi of all the other makes of
cars average.! 4,i,.0 miles per set, less
than half the bas.c mileage."
TRUCKS DO WELL IN MEXICO.
Shon I'lnr Tire lli'oiionix In llnril
A.U i p r. '. e.l from Mexico by W'll
la tit '' l'oeilner of the I'lierlin-r Molnr
'a i' 'ouil'aii.i , metropolitan distributer
lor .lilfeiv on tv sinle ill. ii in. i:.tr Ii ucks
Willi tin. I' S. aiiny in Mexico are show.
Illg ex, 'ell,. lit lite ,i nil. Mill, i olisidirlllg
the awful l ollillllolis tIKiilinleleil, Ul
the rear-ilrixi' trucks, tlri' guaraiilred
for 7.000 miles of service under average
American conditions arc a veraglng 1 . 7. 0
to '.',.",0ii miles running In Mexico. Tin.
sharp, Hint y sand simply .'ut the tires
at ewry involution, owing to tho four
wheel delve und steer features of the
Jeffery cpiads, however, these trucks arc
running on their original tins after
3.000 to 400n miles .f service, and still
going strong. ,
(ilHttly car Tires In Mi'ileii,
Two inotnrcvelp experts wf!h dsn
JVrahlug's r,,rrex in Mexho rr, eni'v com
pleted nn ailxenlurini. ride of 3.o mJle. i
fxr as Casa- liraude. wnh an Indian
tiiiitoreele equipped with ii.odnr 11. u.
streak tlr.s. Hoth hud lieutenant.' -om-tnff.lone
In order to lu.truil the so,, Her.
riding the n-.v motor. cls pur. Ii i-ed for
the nnny A good d.-a! of the riding w:i.
through desert sand, rrau.rltig grea' .kl.l
in tiaillltng the moiorrx.le Thoinind- of
ine-'iulle l.ushe were oir.l.r.. I T'le.,
bushes hav, tlntrii. oxer nn h 'i ong and
many lime, the Urea W'i r rti.h I through
bed. of th- e thorn. et lie !L u. aire, ih.
came through without as ,a Ii
Westcott Used Car Dept.
MA I MI:il.N-4.
ALL Al?0 I APS
l'H-l I our!-'
Villi .1 p.'ivs.
I(i.iiKtiT V'Ll l
ALLEN-WESTCOTT MOTOR CAR CO.
1920 Broadway, cor. 64th St. Col. 8645.
FRANKLIN MOTOR CO.
Offers the Following Used Cars:
1 1 I r.iiikllo. 'I Pa... Hiliiiibonl.
I'.' II Irankllo. i.i ..." I'n.. Inuring.
II II I'riilikllii.ili .. .V Pa... Inuring.
III adllliic, .V I'll... Inuring.
I'J I 1111111.11 . .". I'a... louring.
1 1 1 'aillllac, I I'll... Inuring.
1 1 1 halmi'M. Xl.i.lrri'..o I'a... Inuring,
till li.ilmer.. 1 1 .. A Pass. Inuring.
I'f I'lialmer. lit ttttiialimil
1 1 Ji lli rx ( rns. I'oiiiiirx ., Pa... Touring
I I llliln. Hi x .. I'a.s. I oiirlog
III Mux lie., 1 1 x ,, A I'a... Inuring.
I'. itnkbiiid, ." I'a... I miring.
in Vlarloo. A fa... 1 oiirlog.
II I'eerle.. I.aodiitilrl.
1 1 I'm Kuril. IS l.liiiiiii.lne.
FRANKLIN MOTOR COMPANY
Colunibiis 7.V.C. At filst Street
, iota mi. iici P. Ti .1 iilsn
' lighting " pa.se iter '
It Mi. . II s .nt . i I .'.!., I tr.,.
X l.ltllVI Hill. Mil I
I hull. anil, of tlie lie.l tnake.
VI f l '.'.V1 . In t I'tV Hln olllll.
I'llU 1 In .' '" M.icnelos lllllimin
slartc's U.iups I'liiirs itc t At llh; s.t tm
.-,oo lliillllst MUX OK I si. II
P.n kards I'adlllacs. Iludsoiis. handlers. rial.,
jsiill.i., gilllll.s. Hrcvi.li.r. Ac ,Vi lireat
I V arlotx oi sli-
XI nx liner Half lli-.i-oiiible.
I'onl ToiirniJ I Ii III cr . Hiiii.iIhmiIs II.m1i,-- ,.t
IIIIH'k llelllerj I mill i S.V .11 . il In r. , hen i
' X liner Ilislli'. arc iln-an inn. dep hold.
I Ton- s,cii-(oi.ir.i -lit. l.l- A. Ih.kHotiom
' l.'llHI I llll'.S, l III SI -
MI lil.il.!- s,uoe lllk' -nips'
lliii 'roe. .-Kr III.- l oo , ..'
JANDORF AUTOMOBII.K CO.,
l TH .X TIKI lll.PVII I'MCNT
i;iil, Hill llro.id.i . Ill ."Hl M.
IIHllV 111 PVII I'VII.S I'
:m l-.n. IX .101 h Ml., neiu llroii.liia. .
9 . X XI I VI
Ii, r . . - -.-tin
Co. I. .in . .
mod.. I ll.
I o. .1
V I Mill. I. V( . S.lt.V.
' niiiliil i ne ill li"'.' I u.rr t'.i.lill.ie
Mliri'l. ll' el.N Ine.lllx I l ill iii' I Hllll sell
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.Iiiii. In .mil- . on on . inioin a. U itc
tie.it. -I lin!i' ni New V orh Co i.'liurin
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BAKER R.& I..N&W YORK COKPOKATION.
Ill 1 rnlial Pari. Misl. IYI. , ;s.lll.
Pill MIIHCIIH TlirUISi; I'll,. ,,a7
eeniler. Miilllli and IlKlitlui; mr. Iiiini, H'l
,cl ft . I Ho. U. nn .-coll I'... l.-.ir, !lr.iudia
mi. I trtn It. all make..
See ie nn.) . hi a iii. .ne.
i law nr..sri: ru
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MCHl'LH H.Vl-'LAIKIIM' IJI5 9
in.., I. .I in i rb inn d ri'imliiii I , like nr.
elcuiinl baiuilli o.a,iim Si oil i'o '.'is
Mcw Fisk I lend
jjja ' sl
Hiioitui: i m i.i.iv vx,
Tlie growth l.f tie 111. i
I'isk Ittibber i'oiiii,iiij nnd w
tialural liicrcas.ng of Hi. ,r
has made opree sar a ii . i
or i i.
(.Ml .Mine I, lull',, (i.'oi'i i, ,
who has been nssooiab d w I', I ,
& I'letd, Itii' . will I i. , , ,
mintage!- of th mpaiii
Miss M. C. Wilder Ml,., i
vlMsl the I'lsl, allien mg , i.
and who has b..u re.ioti Oil, .
of lis linuiue Plea- nml Hi org, p
drick, wlni lias been in, H,,it .
Ilclty. will net as nsMJaiii i
1 1 v II ti.
Mr Sill iv. in ha- had c
ence In a'l brallelie- of ,nl,r ,
has b.iiight and -old g I
bought .'.ml sold llllX.'l; . L. j ,
knows tlie ncwsiuper I. u. Ml' s
)il(ii Ills of the lull) It. "lug m i ,g
tiol new In hint.
Ills Initial a.lveitislng exp.
Ultll III" Hosloll Woven lli. , i
l.er 1'ompany In the ale of . I
tires. Later lie became a.lxer' .
special sales: niaiiager nf r i-,
I''lller Still l" of Denver, '"'I 1
est department store xxe.-t i.f i
slsslppl, wliere be li.ii) rbnrg.
merchauillslng of stocks of in
HI.S llrst IlllVertls.Ug hUeh. v ..
came Willi the Chelteiiaam ip.
Agency. HI- exi.ern'iice n n, ,
bile Industry sp-un'ly UN .,, f,
work with th.- Pl-k Hill i. - .
l'or three jears he was will. I
can Locomotive 'unpair . tli-i
of advertising ami later 't. i'
llshmeiit of ngencis. and Is
work In that iliiectlon w,i- i ,
visor of branches nml la'p.
the branch at Chicago, In i
ho remained until l ie Aliirn.. '
tlve Company wlthdri u fi n t
factute nf molr.r xvhlc
i 1 '! e l.l.
I x'. I M. sic! .V,
with lip t
pei.il roaii-ter IvkJx . Driven
- Uviru - MarterxV Ligli Djuhl
l'H.i iviouei mi I (Hiring, r'vp.nriti.x.1.
L;ilc VU.t ToliriliK .Wmlcl t.-5. lull c-iuipmcnt
1115 (i xjliiultT.
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n tin- ,' I. 'lop.
CARL H. PAGE
1 USED GAR DEPARTMENT
lulh MiUht 11 Demonstrator
WiMiLlicll 4cxl. j.p.Ri.ir
l'lsjuick Vi '
."14 Cadillac 7 pas 1 our. is
llaxerjiieedter hrxl I
1912 National Specdxler
I adilLic Lunoumnc
'I aboxr lari guar.iutrr
Anil Many Others
( In le
NEXT DOOR TO Till
PLACE IN THE SI V
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Unusual Bargains in Used Cars.
COLE 1915 4 cylinder ri paa-
aenp.er, atarter and licjilin::
JEFFREY 1911 5 passci.ecr.
atartinp; and 1 i k - t
COLE 1912. Bargain.
APPERSON 1913. (.ood .on-
Dimond-Apperson Motor ( o. Inr
llroailwax mid i.sib -i
I iiliiinhn lo.'o.'
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w heels . I . i i I, I . .1
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STEWART AUTO SCHOOI
ii.V West oJlh -I. ml 111" '( .
At lininlill L Ki.p xiiiisi.
We Repair ;
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