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.! 11. 1916.
Long String of Vacant Grand Stand Seats Fails to Deter Players From Fight for World's Series Laurels
THE SUN, W ..'
THOSE PRESENT AT
Political lenders and Otlicr
Prominent I'er.Mtns Spoil nt,
KlibrtM Field. j
NOTKS (il.EAXKD HKUK j
NI) THKKK AT UAME
Wlitic flmtlft Kvnns Hughes wad not
amotn those present lit Kbbeta Field
x-enerd.i.i' nullo u galaxy of persons
prominent In public llfi wan In evidence.
lr llualicri planned to 1j present,
but olher ciig.iRemclits forced htm to
forego tlie plt.isure.
UnrrcogiiUetl nnd tinaitnouner.l sev
.rtl national -el.-brltli:s t-truggled
through Hip exciting iiUi Inning.
TrowMy the. nmil prominent of throe
nfr, s.-ctetiiry f Wiir Newton 11. Baker,
(Secretary of I'mnmerce William C. lied
field Bnd Jit-llo- Samuel Senbury. The
benio. ratio parly Icatltra were escorted
to the ground by County Democratic
leader Mct'ouey, who rushed the men
from campaign work for an afternoon's
pleasure watching Hrooklyn wipe Hoston
off the nwp. Col. .tamc.s D. Hell also
was In the party, which sat lnconsplcu
uly In fint box.
Jut a few feel uivny from th Demo
cr.itlc party ortlolalH er some promt-n-nt
rcprcsentntlxe from the opposition.
Th... wore W. It. Wlllcojc, lU'pllbllCHti
Mlinn.il chairman: (leorgo V. l'erkln,
Herbert IMrsons. William i;. urr. secre
tary lo fiov. Whitman, and Ueorge Hell,
License Commissioner. Crov. Whitman
un Invited to attend the game as a
guest of Lewis H. Pounds, Morough
I'realdent. hut rent regrets. His mes
"1 am t-orry that a previous engage
ment, made more than a month ago, pre
entc my attendance nt the world's
championship baseball games. My
heartiest wishes of succvsn to the Brook
Vhn Wllbert Itoblnson saw the mes
sage cent by the llovornor he suggested
lh.it the wishes of the Chief Kxecutlve
of the stale should be a good omen for
llrooklin. Inasmuch as the tmperbas j
nero successful yesterday It Is probable
that Koblnson will b willing to hear
mure food wishes from Uov. Whitman.
Jim and I'at Sleel.
In the Atlantic avenue subway station
an hour before the game there came face
to face two men who In the last two
years were riding In nutomoblles and
heralded nationally ns big baseball fig
ure". They looked nt each other, smiled
knowingly and advanced with out
"How are you. JlmT" greeted one.
"You're looking well. Pat," was the
"We're underground for fair," said
Tat, looking about him.
"There Is not much chance for Brook
lyn." offered Jim. "Not much," mut
"See you after the game," advised
"Alt right." -ald I'at.
Tliey were Pat Moran. who led the
Phillies to the National league pennant
last season, and .lames U.ifTnoy, presi
dent of the world's champion Knives of
1PH. Moran Is still ltnlly Interested
In baseball, but Uaffncy only looks upon
the iport as a medium for recreation.
However, both an riding In subways
and not In front of the procession as
COMPOSITE BOX SCORE
OF THE WORLD'S SERIES
Dauber t, lb
Janvrin,2b. , , ,
AB R H TB 2B 3B HR BB SO SH SB At..
107 10 26 38 I 4 I 9 12 5 I .243 91 43 6 .957
AB R H TB 2B 3B HR BB SO SH SB Ate. PO A E Ate.
14 3 4 7 I I 0 I 1 0 0 , 286 4 2 0 1.000
14 I 3 5 2 0 0 0 3 1 0 -214 7 13 t .952
7 12 4 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 . 286 2 1 0 1 000
30000 0 00000 .000 I 0 0 1.000
4 0 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 750 0 0 0 . 000
II 2 240 I 0 4 0 0 0. 182 47 3 0 1.000
, 10 0 2 3 1 0 0 2 0 3 0 . 200 2 1 0 1.000
, 12 I 250010000 .167 6 10 2 .889
,91240101000 .222 4 19 0 I 000
,70 1 30 1 001 10. 143 10 4 0 1 000
, 10 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 . 000 7 0 0 1.000
,4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 00 . 000 0 3 0 1.000
,10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 00 . 000 0 4 0 1.000
.50000000200 .000 2 4 0 1.000
. 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 00 . 000 1 2 0 1.000
. 101 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 . 000
.01000000000 000 000 .000
.01000001000 .000 0 0 0 .000
.104 II 22 39 4 5 I 13 It 5 0 .212 93 66 3 .981
PRO GOLFERS PLAY
ONE SIDED MATCHES
Favorites Nearly All Win In
First Hound on Siwanoy
TOM McNAMARA LOSES
MofNT VniwoN, N. T.. Oct. 10. Al
though the professionals who played to
day In the first match round of the first
annual tourney for the Wanamaker
I prizes at" the Siwanoy Country Club
were all selected by a scries of qualify
ing rounds In different sections of the
country an ' abnormal number of the
matches was decidedly one sided, Only
'nn mnleh of lh fourteen nlaveilthern was Won by Mrs. R A. llerZOg of Fair
view. ,irB. jrvinx was sevonu, uui uc
cause she won a prize In the foursomes
esterday gave way to Mrs. William
MRS. IRVING BEATEN
BY MISS LOUNSBERY
Young Medalist Defeats an Ex
perienced Opponent on
HLMgronn, N. T., Ort. 16. The medal
ist, Miss tleatrlre Lounabery of Bedford,
came through the first match round of
the women's Invitation tournament at
the Knoll wood Country Club'to'day by
beating Mrs. J, H. Irving of Englewood
by 2 up. Because of the high wind the
scoring was not low, but MIss'Lounsbery
had an experienced opponent to beat In
Mrs. Irving, and that she succeeded
speaka well for her skill.
In the semt-flnu! round to-morrow Mtei
Lounabery will meet Miss Elsa Pick
hardt of Hnglewood In the tower bracket,
while In the upper It will be Mrs. Myra
D. I'aterson of Knollwood against Mrs.
U C. Ktockton of Homervllle.
A putting competition thin afternoon
were two defaults went to the home
green, and the records of ntmott nny
amateur tournament will reveal a much iChllvers of Dunwoodle. The summaries
cronter nerre'nave of clort-lv fouaht lr1 "'sht Flrt round: Mm. U C. Stock
greater percen.aKC oi ciow ly ioogni n1 jj,,,,.,!, b,,, M j, A, Moore.
struggles than that. Sleepy Hollow, 1 and Mr. M, I). Peter,
ii. i i,,w. e n.i iie ,0"' Kti"llood, best MIm Oertrude Pick-
, He that as It ma, plenty or good golf hardt. Ktvlewood. 1 up: Mtis IWatrlte Ininn
, wns played to-dny, although the scoring !' Bedford. Im-m .Mr. J. s. Irvlnr. Enle-
1 11,11 III IIII7 till ill..,lin fc iiiiimiuiv I IJJI,
threaten the record set by Jim Harnea second
stands poured forth upon the (laid the'r
load of humanity. From the chaos of a
small sized riot of cheering thousands
u band emertted and began marvhlut;.
Immediately the crowd. Ilko collcslans
celebrating a football achievement,
formed behind the band and soon there
was a line of dancing men and women
that stretched completely around the
field. Flags, banners, hats and canes
were hurled Into the ntr und the Brook
lyn conquerors were cheered to the echo.
Not to be outdone the Iloston rooters
formed In procession behind their bind
and chanted between editions of "Tessle"
that Hoston has won two games and
Brooklyn only one, so there I
FELTMAN WANTS TO
BUY BROOKLYN CLVB
Talks With Elibets About
Price riant Worth $2,
000,000. Says McKeovcr.
RED SOX SECRETARY
LET GO BY LANNIN
There was one Hrooklyn man not In
yeMrrday'n game who was paid a signal
tribute by the collected thousands. In
the eighth Inning KlierroU Smith, who
pltchtd and lost probably the hardest
fought world's series game In history
Monday, came trotting out on the third
bai-n duelling line. As soon as the crowd
was cognizant of Smith It nroso as one,
he.ida wore bared and a silent toast was
Riven tlie joung pitcher. No greater
t.onor can be bestowed unon any man.
Ticket speculators who hoped for big
remits wero terrorized by the tlock of
pzMtinmrds left In their possession
w!i-n the came started. There was a
uro In the market that sent tho price
of admission to bedrock. Tickets origi
nally cjll.ng for 13 wero sold for $2 and
almost any price would obtain one worth
JS. Speculators last night were begging
the fans to help them unload. "Make, us
an cxTer," naa the plaint of the cruwd.
Following: Bip Games in Bos
ton. President of Club
Boston-. Oct. 10. Following the poor
handling of the crowds nt Hraves Tleld
In the first two games of the world's
series In notion the announcement was
made yesterday that Kdwln U Hlley.
secretary of the Red .-Sox. hud received a
message from President J, .1. Linnln to
the effect that Hlle'H services would no
longer b required. Hlley declared he
could give no reason for the dismissal
and also that the news came to him like
u lolt out of a clear sky.
President I.annln gao no reasons for
the action In his letter to Hlley. and
Hlley refused to commont. lie said that
If any explanations should be made they
must come from the club olllclals.
BETH CLARK IS WINNER.
Take 207 race at ftrnnil Circuit
After M llrata.
LrxlNOTOS. Ky.. Oct. 10. Split heat)
races, all of which were hard fought ex-
Charles !. Feltman. proprietor of a
restaurant at Coney Island that bears
his name, wants to buy th Hrooklyn
baseball club from Charles II. Cbbets
and Kdward and Slephcn McKeeer.
That Is ho talked the matter over with
Mr. Kbbets In Hoston on Monday. Mr.
Keltman said yesterday that he made an
pffer for the cluh and that Mr. Kbbets
said he would take the matter under
Mr. Kbbets admitted Hint he had
talked with Mr. I'eltman about the sale
of the club, but that no deflnlto offer
had been made.
"I told Mr. Keltman he could have the
club at it certain figure If my partners
were agreeable." said Mr. Kbbets. but
he refused to say what was the figure.
IMw-.ird McKeeer said be alued the
club franchise and the vlant at Kbbets
Field at ll.5on.0oii, and Intimated that
It would take :,00.ono to buy It.
yesterday. Most of the favorites came
through, but them wero a couple of up
sets, and the ease with which several of
tho matches wero won put them almost
In tho upset class. Probably the biggest
surprise was the (5 and r victory which
(leorge Mclean scored over Tom MeNa
mara, although the downfall of the
brothers-in-law. Wilfrid Held and Louis:
Telller, was almost as unexpected. Held
was beaten by J. J. O llrlen of Mans
field, Ohio, by only I up after being 5
down In the morning, and Telller suc
cumbed to the superior skill of another
Middle Westerner, Cyril Walker of Wa
bash. McDonald neat llonatdsoa.
The best match of the day was that
between Hob McIonn1d of Huffalo and
Jimmy iKmaldson of (Hen View, who Is
remembered as the man who set a new
mark of 7n nt Haltusrol during the na
tional open championship last jear. At
the end of the morning round Donald
son was 1 up. hut McDonald caught him
at the second hole In the afternoon by
making a fine 4. On the third green
Donaldson had to Jump a stymie to
halve the hole, a feat which he accom
plished In masterly fashion, and an
other stymie on the ninth green en
iibld Donaldson to win the hole ana
square the match at that point.
Coming In McDonald was 1 up at the
thirteenth and on the fourteenth Don
aldson looked like a winner when he ran
don an eighteen foot putt for a 3, but
McDonald, not one bit perturbed, holed
a fifteen footer n moment later nnd
halved the hole. On the fifteenth Don
aldson put his second In the brook, los
ing the hole, ami when he took three
putts on the next green It. was all over.
Harne and llaspn Win.
.11 m Harnos was only I up In the
morning on fleorge Koieherlngham. the
South African champion, but cut loose
KIrhl -Fir.t ronnri! Met. SMner
Well, Kalmew, best MIm Una (Irnnt. (Ireeti.
wleh, t up: .Mrs. S, A. Ilerror, Falrvtew,
beat Mrs. J. C. lUrclar. Hckenerk, br
dersult: Mrs. A. fttwaf, Entlewood. best
Mr K. Ilenjtoiln, C'enturr. i nd I: Mr-,
Harold Mlnot, Hertford, beat Mr. O. W,
U-ry. tVnturr. I n4
..Third Kiihl-Pirst round: Mrs. E. It.
reters. t.rrenwlrh. beat Mis- Aim's Allaire,
Vox Hills, t ant I; Mrs. t I). Ketcham,
Fox Hills, beat Mtss Irtna Waterliouae. Ards.
U-7. 3 up: .Mrs K1nald Klncke. Iledtord.
belt Mrs. II J Harlholomne. Ardsley. br
oMnuiij .urs w. 3. H rd. S eenr Hollow,
neat Mrs. William Chllvers, Dunwoodle. C
fourth l?l.htl'ir.t rtf,a- i n w .
Essex County, beat Mrs, K. X. Sadllcr. Knoll
wood. J and 1; Mrs J s. Toad. Knollwood.
Iie.it Mrs. C. S. Waterhouie. Ardsley. and
j: ,'ira k. s. iiayrr. Century, ben Mrs
CVi' ru'r- "dfnrrl. I up 119 holeai: Mls
r.i,im spears. nnoilHOOl. neat -MM. E. t
Sllvernall. Korrit Hill, J and .
alone." said Mr. McKeever, "and our
plant at Kbbets Field cannot be dupli
cated for less than !50,00P. In any
sale nt this time th club Is entitled to
n profit as the club Is n going proposi
tion. Within ten years Hrooklyn will
have 3.0'io,0i! population, and with In
creased transit facilities It will be pos
sible to draw crowds that wc now con
Mr. McKeever added that If the price
Is right he and his brother certainly
would sell out.
Mr. 1'bln'tM owns ."1 per rent, of the
club and tho McKeever brothers own
tho rest of It.
LOSE AT LAUREL
Crank, Tragedy, Crimper,
Ormesdale and Prince of
Como Are Beaten.
PORT LIGHT TAKES STAKE
Rod and Gun News
HIOH WATBH FOIt LOCAL ANOLKKS FHO.M OUT. II TO OCT. li.
Sandy Hook Prlncees Jamaica (lay
(Tbe Horseshoe) Day (Csnarsln) ,
A..M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Oct. II 7:17 7:40 1X1 7:4.". si.oz n:j.:
Oct. 13 sou 8:3.1 ). s.'.in N:4.1 0:10
Oct. 13 :42 0.-04 :4i ti.rsi oa; ti 4ii
Oct. 14 0.23 B:2 tt.2H l:.V7 10.08 10,37
Oct. IS 10.05 I0.3A 10110 11:41 10. CO 11:21
A.M. P.M. AM. P.M.
7 .Ml S:I2 II. IIS 11.. 'ID
a.1 'M llll'l .
Il.'lll 0:14 12:21 12 ss
n.jo In Mil I 1 (."
Rll.'i tl III
in :.s ii:3
10.44 11 :lt 1:43 1,44 11:40
Tom Mac Nulty
HAi.TiMOttE, Oct. 19. Crank, Tragedy,
Crimper, Ormesdale and Prince of Como,
horses which scored noted successes on
the New York tracks; this year, wero
badly beaten at the Laurel track thla
afternoon. Crnnk and Tragedy ran far
below their true form In the third race.
Neither played a part In the struggle
and both finished outside of the money.
Pickwick was returned the winner, lie
was an outsider paying 21 to 1.
Port Light, a horse which was riaimeu
out of a selling race from John .
strimre nt Kmnlre C ty track, won me
Cnrrollton Handicap, worth ll.SOO. leav
ing Crimper, Heglnn and Prince or uomo
far In the rear. Tlie summaries;
Flrat lUre For two-year-olds! selling:
five nd half furlongs: Polonium, 101
niownsoni. iiw .'v n,.
loi f Hit welli. and H.S0,
second: Heeter Than Sugar, 101 tIMrrtng-
ton), is.id, inirn. iimr, i:,,.
Moonllshter. Spectre, gueen llsjhtl, Hasty
Cora, Tootsle, Taiwan Van, Crucca. Ve
lour and Precise nUo ran.
Second lluce For three-year-olds ond
up: aolltng: six furlnngj! lhensrln. Ill
(ft McD-rmott). 144, 111 and 117. flrat!
Presumption. 11.1 lllsynes), f 3. i 0 and
I "40" seeinVli Linda Payne. 110 (llutwell).
li HO third. Time, 1:14 Pierrot. Lady
Kdwin. Wltard. Slnal. Howltrer, Tlnkl
tlell. Colors and Pliutte also ran.
Third ltace Ilandlc.ip: for two. year
old si Il furlongs: Pickwick. 101 (Keogh).
It" IIS.I0 and .t. Ilrsti nep.obate. 110
(Parrlniton). lis 10 and IMO. aeconil:
llnndBg' 107 (J. McTartart). 14.40. third.
Time lTlS 2-6. , Crank, Oolden Hod, Storm
Nymph. Waukeag. Tragedy and Oolden
"VW -Handicap for 1-re.r-old.
und upward, six furlongs: Port Light, 111
illyne), l 0. IS.:o and II o. won:
Crimper. KS IT. McTaggartl. I,30 and
I4.S0, second: Iteglna. ii illohlnson). n,
third. Time. 1:14. Prince uf Como. Miss
Puitle. Ormesdale. Msrse Henry, flartllng,
Anita, Polroms. Whimsy and Traction,
(Hd.led starter), also ran.
Plfth ltace Handicap for three-year-olds
and upward: one mile and a six
feSnth: Tlunes. 110 (Parrlngtoni. tl.it.
11.10 and S., won: Venmouse. 10 lAm-
T" . . .n .n.l I 1A ...ronri Slnelv
nro,-i, - ----- . ,i Y.i. i t 1 mines i. y
Simplex. 7 Hrrlngton. I..10. third. , iiriKhiwaleri. r
Mackerel Make Mad Charge U Hooka.
It's all true about those little mankerel
In Ixing Island Sound. There Is no limit to
Chief Knglneer and Master Manlae Ar
thur Hutchison of the Vigilant Volunteer
Firemen of tlreat Neck station took un ul
cerated tooth. Deputy Chief Frank Kirk
man. Superintendent Joseph Klrkman and
the clerk of the company to Execution
Light at high tide yesterday, and they
brought hack IK after two hours llsblng
on the high tide and another session at mli
If they had carried chum to keep the
wandering schools near the boat the catch
would havs been larger. Other parllea fish
ing, near them reported catches of 100 and
1(0 to a ho.jk.
ttather large flounder hooks were ued
and sardine (cotton batting) flour dough
bait In very small msrsels.
livery reef along the North Shore was
lined with motor boats and large eatehea
were marie from plera and rock lodges. The
flsh are fat and range from seven to four
teen Inches long. Their bellies Inllcat
their voracity, tightly packed with si ear
Inr and with cotton dough stolen from
fishermen In the mad charges at the hooks.
New York, Oct. 10. I. 1-
Jersey's Deer Keaoen Open To-day.
i To-day Is the first of the four davs a!
loted to deer huntlii tn New Jersey. The
others are the following Wednesdays In Oc
tober and the first Wednesday In Novem
ber. The limit Is one dser a season. All
deer killed must have horns "visible above
the hair." The license f) to a non-resident
Is 110.15; to a resident, II. 15. The beat
deer hunting counties are Cumberland, At
lantic, Warren, Uurllngton, Cape May and
Take Striped Has Fluke Pl.hUK.
Pishing for fluke from th little pier at
Corson's Inlet, N. J., the other day Mrs.
Joseph C. llazorth of Philadelphia gut a
strike from a fish of much more mils 'Ular
fiawer than the flat flsh. She rerlcged and
ended a striped bass of 'J ' pounds, and
later took another of C pounds.
riparian owners to nnve passed by the
orlxlnal patent to William Nlcotl. The
cnineyHm es of property upon the bank M
the river hne Kiiieralty Inrluded a de
scription of the land under wnter adjoin
ing to the middle of th river, and In ras
where the grant, hale nut gone to the
middle of tho rlier the tingrented btd has
been claimed by the original owner
(Heat ltler seems to hale bren like
large part of the Ureal South Hj). the sun
Ject of grant i and ownership by private
parties, who itou exercise rianis 01 nwncri
over the bed of tho river and Its waters.
.ll'LIKN T. UAVIUH.
34 Nn-smi street, O. t. In.
Knlerprlse I Jamhake O, lolier 16.
The llnlerprlse PMiIng Club will hold
Its ninth aiitiii.il rlanibak at the Ihiter
prise lintel, liroad Channel, on Sunday,
Spelling for Fresh Water Tiger.
I note In Till! Sl'.S of Odober i nn nr
tlrle 011 masrulonitc Itihlng by "Nature
Factor.' In closing In rommnits on the
11rinus w-.iys of spelling tlni name of thla
great same flsli.
While I cannot riuole an niithorby for
my opinion It Is that the ihtIoiis mim ar
alt lurlntlons or lorruptlonH of the French
words masiiue longe or loni? f:ie, ihlcb
name nns given the M-h by the Kr. nch ex
plorers, who were probably the lltst Hui'O'
peons to be familiar with It.
At C'tiriiitainiiut Like, New York, the
spelling Is masc.ilnnge or musealnnge, while
in t'nnada nuisklnoiign nnd 11111 klnonge
seem to be oflener uld. I tin tiol liellein
thHt any of thise minus an of .lii"niuin
iirluln. JAMIH liri!liu!!.
Wlillamspnrt. Pa., u. t. In.
HOD A Nil fil'N.
Hear Tom In a pokr game A asks for
three cird. one of whlh Is accMentally
turned up. Can the plaer tnke It, or does
he wait until all the others are helped
uriorr 11 is repinct-u ; i, a T
Time. l:4r. l-t. v:agle. Kllmr, King Nep.
tune and Trial by Jury also ran.
SUth Ilaei Three.) ear-olds and up
ward, soiling: purse lion; one mil" and a
sixteenth! Taptaln Parr. 117 (Itoblnsonl.
11.10, 2 0 and K.10. won; (Ireetlngs. x
iW. Collins). (.:o and II :0, second: Frlnr
Nought. 104 iMInki. 14.50, third. Time,
1 1-5. Fairly, IMsturher, Prime Mover,
Scorpll and Ford Mai ln ran.
Seventh ltace Three. year-olds and up
ward: selling: purse 1704; nn mile and a
.iH...ni.. iiirrv Luurier (It, McDermott).
That depends on whether deaier ' , ".M.1 Ld V ?J' eVcSndT iVl.m
turn-d It up or the plater exposed It
himself. If It was the fault of the dealer
or the wind, A must wait for the card to
tc replaced after all the others have been
helped, ns he Is not allowed to take It.
U Mi'Taggarn. .'"- 7'
1-17 1-5. Sont of Valley. Fenrnck, Poll
tlclin. l!d Weiss and Navigator also ran.
l-lrst ltace For tw o- ear-old maidens:
Purse, flie and a half furlongs: Monoinoy,
114. Dixie II, (Imp), Mil Troltus, ll:
Polly J.. Ml: Hlack Kagle (Imp). Ill:
The llelglan (llnp.). Ill, Palisade. Ill:
nuuiu nine .,v..i.,v..- m ... , ouin Arrio.m rnampinu, nut cu; loose
The cluh franchise Is worth ISOO.nOO , th( afl(.rnoon and won the watch by
1 tin and 7 to play. Walter llngen. nl
though he was playing none too well,
had little trouble In beating Jlminle
Thomson of Philadelphia by 7 up and
to play, nnd Mike Hr.idy won from
James West of Hovkaway by the same
Tlie most on sided matches of the
lot were wnn by Willie Macf.irline of
..fi"" i 1 1 I""1!' 1 Tolly. III. Courtship (Imp.). Ill: Fencer,
card hand. As a pinochle 'n'7',,v;r Kill. Ill: !n Hes
iust be rather behind t he 111. felucca ill
iiwi. iM-cni-iit R ci t-n I alan. Ill: Mnette. 111. 1 eiucca. ii.
u 1. 1 i.ui in.i. ui.i h. 1 ,;t.olll) n. for three. ye.ir-n ds and
Four Specie at Ambrose Ughtshlp.
At Ambrose Lightship un Sunday last
fishermen In the Lljle V dpt. . red
Lang, from flergen Point, llayonr.e, N. J.,
caught hake, ling, blacktlsb and 1 tinners.
High book man was Hubert Hell with 51
tlih. The pool was won by tleorge I.utzlti
with a 10. pound hake. Second iirlze 1 as
taken by Michael Tjdtr i.ltli a 'J paund
Channel TVeakflehlng HIIII Ciood.
The dally catch of ereakflh of Cant.
Chiirles I. Webber In the channels off
It 40, and the nvrg
might 4 pounds each. He bait with
shrimp, anchoring anywhere In ono of the
mam cnanneis ironing into ins mm 01
(ireat South Hay.
"apt. Wehber resides nl the hend of the
Venetian Yacht harbor and owns the motor
cruiser Kenesanr III. lie starts any time
during the forenoon, selecting no purMcu
lar tide. When bis box shows 40 winktlsh
he directs bis skipper to holt anchor.
This particular numher of tleh nnsrs
nicely to the call of the tables of himself
arias anil are dropping down the
slowly, preparatory to their
Hon tn bouthern waters. In th
they are already considerably ma-eed, mak
ing for good sport fur those who b.ne
teats. Kile I.UimI liilt t Is too Isolated
for angling by any one without a strong
i rjft underneath. It csn only be re. Imd
by boat, but 11s readily from New nrk or
elsewhere as from HrlKhtu .iters.
The bay n"s still continue Inking large
hauls of blut'tlsh, Hlues too ap, ready to ,
migrate on the first seiere frost. The I
warm weathT of Lite keeps the temper
ature of the water hlsh for thl noon of I
the year, also making fur good bathing ,
all oor the bay.
r-nappers. which wre plentiful for the
FAT, JUICY SAND AND BLOOD WORMS
rimimlfr, lllnrltlliti. 11 n. Ilook-, .".r. doi.
hrei ru nH, 91. ...
Ktf rylltltiK for the fUhrrnirn tml Itm fUh,
SCHWARZ TRUNK BASEMENT
Northwe-t corner of Its. M., I door west
of Sth Ave, Open week dais until III P. M,
!uturdt tilt II P. VI. Tel. Ilrinnt .KM).
OI'KN TIII'ltsllAV TILL 3 I. It.
Illli CATCH Nil. Night's Trip. Ort. Itli.
S. S. "CAPE COD"
Special Trip Colombo Pay. Ort. 1311s.
alng llatteri Mlilnlrlit Ort. II. Pare t..lo
Itslt Talkie, Itef'htn'is He. i itmiiitoti board.
For Slaterooins tel. Itrnnd .','J'.ii, Kxtenilon 3.
Urtm jptcambotit o,
llly at s A. M. from Iter I, N. It,, ll.M.f.
Car, llMtaurant, lull. Tac4ie, etc.. on boarA.
rAKK, Weekdays, It.OOj Sundays, II.S.
IMKIl.F.NT. Columbus Hay, 8 A. 11. . .
(HKvl.llA, Coliimliiis ly. 1 tail A. .XI.
Weakflsh'haie now left the marine gr.n , rirxTv'sri Vi l"iiIt"fTl JsAViVv
long migra. 1 lUULKiNT ,, irsPJr0"'
. inlet Itee.f Ually, g A. M.. Hun.. l iSd 'a. M.' pVL-i vV
-pi. J.xr.ri M.IIITIN.
. Xoii. un.
1 A. .XI. ( apt. I). Martin.
DILLON KNOCKS OUT GRANDE.
HIkIiI lllilid HhI'mk In I be Jan l!nd
Hunt III sernnil Hound.
.tack nilloii of Indianapolis blasted
Hud-on r.lxer. uno rlereaieii lorn Jlo- 'tateU held enough to meld f.XO In tlf
Milly of i.a (.range br an or in up and , tet.tl ,.urds. This Is sO more than what
! to pt.jy and went nut In .1 th! after- j.ou a,,,urt.ntly assume is the limit.
iicxfll mi itouiK ii Jiii'i i'. si"i R (lim it
Iir Tom You Ml th lncmt n.i!il
prli with tw) rArl U S0 ioltitc.
V know thl U Impo(IMt lth tveU
CHfd. tmt we dn know that SO') li po-.nl
rxrrt ou mut
The ro ar dunlloatrn of every rarti tn a i ,.4.Ur.i- -.iitht: a mile mui (.litrntli
nlnrvi.htn nalr IIcil-Iim nnlt tatnlv Imii I ll-ainlt lOfii Cbn. 1 0 i TvniraPhy,
the ple.w.ure of holdlnic to trump w ' J1.0" "yJI, vniii.iS iS5: Atiltmtow 1 pnfct 1 hnwever. i1!ppi t-4
,fti . L,0. n 1 f I' ,.fc,r fti(i. n s i They .irn nmltnc dp .frr Hnl In th
I.?ire7 :IUm' Klni:? -d r,: 'lSnt Pof rm u.athcr ntlnu-nce. Pilei
ita' II!, Pattle. I0. Tellnwstnni. I IS , I
Wa'tsait, 111. Hrooklyn. li:, IM lloi be, Mned Hunting fampanlan With Peg.
IKHuchanan Utad) limp ). II!, llcaee, ntf y H ,.,foM ,,, ,,n,
'"court!. I!n.-eror thr.e.,er-olds and j JH5:r!,,V:l;e.Trl"ti', r''lbl'"
upward, Pur..-, one mil,.: .loldcre., Ito,. - !'''" '.'""i rtu 7' bn larg-r
?-iKS M- K'KKV DAY,
UflPrix L Hudson I'irk In. k New
lYlUULRj Ml Ho belle, dr. SI "i tiring
worme, HAC.ll nn Ultos.,
S!l: !d Ave. Phone 116! Harlem.
s.o: train from llurle-n lliver station
(UJd ft ) allows lime to nmke boat.
liiencea in diamonds and two spade
queens, we melded first the two 40s, then
th" two sentiences, then the two pinochle. 1
putting 4 on the wlate. The nui-etlon
referred to waa restricted t,i hamle of
tw-elie cards, A playr In Philadelphia
!l,4.V.l'I:i,!? ,'h-HMLKPHIIi: xl R 1 V
WHITBY '7-.V," p,is, ,?.V,','.ir-
Inson of Allegheny, who conquered Joe I ,)f nr TBm, wollM ,lk , Mcur, c0,.
Mitchell of rtldgewood by 11 up and 3 rf the International League schedule for
l:0; Chiclet limp i. 114, Iidy Teresa, 110; i ,
i l!, Could ou net me one or
I where I cou I se.'ure nn-'
Ai.t;..i.Mii;ii .it. 1iiiutvi it.
.llmmy Kercuson of Hprlng Lake ills.
tlngulshcd himself by tin- great uphill
fight which he made this afternoon
against Alex Smith. The former open
.l,ntl,.n ..lid U I,,. nl ill ,,,! (if tlA
morning round nnd later w-.ih dorinle 7 hall" Kdltor. -7 Market atreet.
Then Ferguson got to work and wnn Newark, N. J., Inclosing two cent stamp.
the next four holes, the matrlt ending
tsr I oin -.xccrtitu in .iiii'hi nn .i,,
. 1- l.'ll ,.A, II,-. ll..rf.l'B i I'M. . .. ... ........... ... - -
C'rtn '.hryear-old, and up- ' XLZrX l
"'r r.V" .. '" ".'...;...... i",.. .... . ihiit day n a-unr.er wim Ins
vul ' n iresu ll'-ltall.u Ito"' l.lu. P''n 1. le .11- . Hast 1 .!
v mi fl. .;.,.,i ,i lo t,..i .. Cap. lie, ll.tlmable. 1 10 .Hcaramnuch. ' ' .0'" as
" ' 111 Vnrkvllli. Ill S.lliilhlll. M .senator i
R.C.LUNDY". A M '-u-
px -spi xtnn
r'undit T lo.
A M dal'i: Lundy's Dock.
falunUs : I' V
tcoo.t iloc 1
3! A, .M. on
ball," 1M6. Coplea of "Just llaaehall"
can be obtained by writing "Just l!.ue
1 am nt heme after ! P. M and my ti'le-
,.iVi in-- sAlfinll 1A2 I pnonv mmu-r is i n mnm n,---
Maiidal. it).. -Aig.iroi. is. x-ii-Tiiii iiriiiv.viM.
uiv.i. i ... I'nr inr,..iHA,.nM. b-,i nn. .- -
, .,,l apMl.l .1,
T 7... role at the mcxt- t th champloiislilp aspirations of Sailor ,,,. Pmlth hoM n n11l,n)). hot fnr 3
V tl . KentucKV Trotting Horse Crntid.- or caiiionna i.mi iiikuj i.i i " . otl tho hxteenlh and won by only 4 up
V" .,1 'm. n .m here t..-day. The ! rounds In the Itroadivay Sporting C ub ,, , p,yi The ,unlniary:
- . .. ... in iirikiKivii. in iiiitt. btixh'ii xj in- M . li. vi i .i vi..i i atxruir
i" nip- ciirrleu over in n .tioimtij t iniinpimiMiip inTinim nm rnim-imu ,
' pace, tnrneu oi er ir , ,,,,.,, ,,. roum h,mt tm. Honsler Kerrln. Siwanoy. heat Chars O Adjms.
i-ent two heat cfui: ' Jpa" "V a x hcarc.t landed a right hand -wins Hush m,,,,,' liarbara. and l: Ueorte Mclean, te.dav
Poll.r- lints- Ka.y Hay.
There was a large reserve force of
police scattered round tho outside of
U.bets Held, hut It was not needed.
I ontrary to expectations the outside at
traction did not K-cm equal to the curl
oslly of the fans, and thero wero scarce
ly enough outsiders to keep the police
inirrcster . only nn r,.-..nl..nt I
from the scalper caused enough worry I T'"'
to the t,oll,. In I. ..
inio ii eeeni iney were oi-rnvtl
on dntv. Mno e .i... i..,- .. i Sl-cijr.il
- v, ty; CIlCrfl OI
ine outside were ushered Into the standa
after the game began.
Thl race went six ,
on tho sallorV Jaw and ten seconds uiti
tho bout was over. The wallop sent
won by Heth Clark,
"XI.it". . , . tho liout W
The2:0S trot went live n "'"": un , ,loo, w.rP r0. -
U--4 ..ilntmri l'TIr IlllllKfll. il- ... . .. I. j-j vim
our nck " - - .,,-, ,i,malned as lifeless as Ii corpse until car- , ir-orge . .mnerinanani, .'' "'"-' ':, Illoom's nreeent address
In? ..W". VI. . 'i:' .hi rule.. Tho rlHl to 111. corner after tho referee had ""V'S?? w "nd' Vt r, . ?, ZV. ' Address him care of John Wel.mantle.
winner m"" " counted the fatal ten. Oakley, beat James West, Hock.iway. 7 and : lirondwny Sporting 'lub, llro.ulway and
s'mMmii.i I.-AXUI' rullnr In case a ttrntets.1
gam Is replayed Is the data ef both games
I urn,! In lomputlnc Isittlng und rl-M'.nc
Mlerages or Is ine naia oi ine iiruirsiro
ttirnwn out :ni'l oniy lo.ii "i me
entint.,1 C II, K
Nnrih llemostead. beat Tom MeNjmara. un. I As lar as nailing uno ueitiioa, a,x-...ci. . i, ., im. ' r a '')
atuehed. 6 and f.: Alex Smith. WyUaryl. I go both games aro recorded.
Is-nt James Ferguson. Sprlnir Lake. 4 ami !:
narnes. niiemarsn x alley, rieai TnmKi,,div let me ki.ow Phil
liliun a r ..t
l.. (1..I e.,n,wl TIMtnn devoted hi ii.l. hn.llnr tiirtfil tint J..,,li iipt 1 . . . ,, ,.i....
vtiiKT IIACE ::P! PACK. 3 IN !: PL'ltSB .rvliiir out the force of his on- Kli-hmnnd Coitntj n and !: Kmmet French. "ill"- Mr ' '
"'ilONriAVi. pone.it's Jaba V
lteth Clark, blk. m.. by
Camella. br. m. ICox )...,..
Colleen, br. m. (Tliomasi ..
Altawood. gr. m. (Murphv
Hellomon Boy. b. g. (Myrr.)
nirdonna, b. m. Iritputl....
......... I, h 1 1, lemlng) . . .
Htrathtell. c. h. iHarnrs)
V-li,,.nl niaklnir nnv nt. York. !et Kddle Towne, Oifonl. 1 and l:
VMtliout malting an at- , , n'iirin xii,n.ii. .i h.m wiifn.i 11.1,1
jo temin to uinu a iiaru mow no renivrii nvilinlnulon. 1 up: (.lorice o Mmpsnn. oak ioktiiN Oct. 10 -lUttllng Leilnsky
; 1 1 : 1 SCOro or tnu Uailioriliail S ll'll jaoa. Ull- l-ars, neai ""rr " sue. jmmir. n aim j; I llf ihlld"lphl OUtpoIllled liutiun.lt Mmtin
LEVINSKY BEATS SMITH.
Tor three. )nr-olde and up-
ward, selling; one tune and a sixteintn:
Ore. inn. I, 113: lli-nlalnln, 109, Day Iiuy.
Ifii s.Mtar Cane. Ill; sramletta, l; Col
In. I or. 111, .iH.kl.t. 10, If Coming, lul: .
Unit Around, 1".
H-'ienth ll"e- For three. xear olds and
upward; selling; handicap, one mile und
t,nty arils: Wooden ."hoes. Hi, Sir Will
Um Johnson, 112; rit, Cnarlcote, no; r-ue-
cess Kings.iiaa, iu:, ui.i nroom, lit;
er. 110 King Day. 10,: Vodr nr.
I0. ttnlwart lMi n, 100.
Wrather cliur, truck fast.
Ownership of llrenl lllxer.
I'uder lour column of Ibvl mid thin nws
In to.dsi'r Issue Is ,i letter from A, Kink
with refcrencn lo lireat Itlver, L. I. lie
l-KI.II Mlll;t;K g l.ot'ls HARM.
... ... 1 lie
l . . i1'.' " tirnibn
ls... r t
I r i.
apt III S WIIHill r
sApprentlc allowance claimed,
BROCK STOPS CAMPI.
o,n lletit toiocbea and the I Hobert Mclionald. Huffalo. tieat James A
soine lIMil punr li a una me ,,, ,, vl,w , a, :. waiter lls.en.
ed with honors ecn. Kocheeter. l-at James R Tliomsnn. Phlladel.
r, s a ,ir
,7 u " dr
t suallj there Is at least one laugh In
baseball cam,, nnil r,KU)ar Arnr
ican r.ieiiior, tho crowd enjoyed one at
the expense of un umpire. Thomas Con
"oily was the victim. In the fifth In
ning, while trlng to make a flourlshlnir
Jlirn that Otto .Miller was out at first
bafr, Connolly tripped over his own right
loot and carried It and the rest of his
"".onglngs, personal and otherwise, to
'be ground. He BOt ,, shHmefncedlv
nd hastily regained hli dignity by
trufhlng off the dust.
The Associated Press announces hat
It has made another great news pe.i.-Jn
ifird inirliiK .vestenlay'a same ono
fP'riitor looped nn eighteen circuits ami
delivered the descriptive play siniul
tareoiis) to 400 oltlces throughout tho
b-iilon This Involved a :otnl of 2C.(jnO
mile- of telegraph wires, all operated
and (on'e0e( ,y the render at the pu.'k.
rtooler. Arr qnlet.
nostons Hoyai Hooters and their
Tessi- .v.Ki.i the p.lrk In n hojy
'oii u ,alf hour prevolus to tito statt
f 'ni game. They ncru nol ovtr noisy
t n .mo. probably re-illzlns they
were in the honia of the enemy nnd Us.
f'lloo was tit,, belter pnrt of beliK too
nreed.iv. " Self .desli-M:i,d Tlnt.ul
IWitcre ;ii0 tVpr M ated n half hour or
Comeogue Hal, br. g. tCrox.-
TtAl'E Till! . Af"l'--''- 3
.... ..oi. pack, run ,-w.--
WISNIlltS UF li.OOO, VALtL
Early Hon, ch. ., by Uon Col (Val-
enllnei .... .. i J
Brlsac, br. m. (Murphy). ill
Lu Princeton, b. h. U.ox) 4 4.
nreacla. h. nl. (Hodney I 3
Time, ::ov., ::07vi, 2:04.
T1IIHD HACK 5J!l0,00TUOTi 3 ,N li
Peter THIllken. ch. h.. by Pter
the Great (Thoma,) ....... .
Pittsburg, ch. . IMurphl. ...
Sister Strong, b. m. (Valen-
Ml's's't'erfectVon',' li. m. (Mo-
Harry h!.' Vlk h." '(Tyson) . ,
!.. ;.mn rh h. ((Jeers)....
lien Oregor. b. g. (Whlt;-head) 4
Mlrs Plnkerton. b. m. (Taylor)
u ! li.. b. r. (Chllda) 9
Nathan Axworthy, br. h. (Itod
Time, i:07U. ::07H. ::o4. ::oc,
FOUHTII ItACll 2:16 PACK: 3
CJueen Hal. ro., by (lold Hal (Mc-
Hi!ronr"'ood', br." h.' ( Fie in in i ).",'.
riprlng Maid. ch. in, (White)
Ito Do Oro, ch. g. iKurfeel
M,.inr A., b. r. (Crossmuni
Col. Heitgewood, eh. g, (Htoutl...,
The Aul, gr. h, (Marsh)... ., ....
All MeKlnney. b'k. g. II). Valen
lime, i-iui-x, ;i:o .,ti,
WATCH FOR ROBERTSON.
laiwson Itobertson, the famous coaeh
,i i i : i
i -i :i I rii ecsslon ended Willi minors even. iiheeter.
,":t 7 r, ii rp I Dillon came out of his corner nt the phla Country
ii r, ii ro , bit: nn tig of tlie scconu rounu in a tiusi-
nrssllko way and sank a stiff left tn
Urande's stomach. This caused tho
sailor to double up. To save himself
from going down he nibbed Dillon
around the neck and nun,: . When l
the referee separated them Dillon landed
a right swing on (Irande's nook. The
blow made the sailor wince nnd before
he got set again Jack crashisl over tho
right swing to (Irande's Jaw that ended
and c: Jock Huti-hlnson
Allechrnr. Iteat Joe Mltrhell. It tilcewnod. tl
and : William Brown, fpringfleld. heat Fred
Clarkson. Kansas City, by default; Cyril
Walker. Wabash, beat Louis Telller. ItrooW.
line. 4 and J: Ja.'k Itoliens. F.ntflewnod, beat
Mlelnel Shearman, loux City, bv default.
ERTLE SHADES TOE LYNCH.
of Ni v York In n slow twelve round bnut
here to-nlni t.evlusky had the better of
eight out of the twelve rounds and at tlie
close of the contest Smith was bleeding at
the mouth and his fsee otherwise showed
the effects of Iilnsk' hard blows.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. C t 10. -Matt
flrnik. I'leieluud featherweight, knorked
out leblle i-umpl of Sun Francisco to the
eet'ond round of a si bediiled ten round
, I iiour nere to-iiigiu. mi- i-aiiTurnian whs
in muiro l'ir nse i'ri,0o.ii, neiri. stiiucittu
down thrc times In the ilrst loutid,
lesxes nnisins. rr.
port, lul dally siteal
ar. F.r. ,c. ban. tTlt. WpVSolttX.V
Jurtsdletlun I "
III, l HI l-ll AMI ,isfi
RflRfRT P "5- "x fui
IIUULIII li' ' --I'- n' Tb irs
i M. Capl. I.n. Poling,
Thursdai. (irand St c, "o t
.lerse i eniio , 7 , M 'n
l.is. Urati l si . 7 a M ,ler .
30 ' il'T. I.I.III.IIACII
Paclllr Coast lysine.
Portland. 3. Salt Lake,
All other games were postponed on ac
count of rain.
Mieilal Trln ihiir.ilui tr..n.
si! nis-i xsji piiiimi;.
WITH THE PIGSKIN CHASERS.
First ltace Allow anoei, two-year-old
maiden colls and reldinis: alz furlong
It, K Anderson. Paildy Dear. Alert, lot
pounds each: Seminole, Sir Wellnna. Harney
Shannon, Hemlock, Penrod, Marklaiul. I'll
laskl. Trapping, It! each.
Seiond Il3ie Advance money, selling:
three-year-nlds and upward: one mile and
seventy yards-s.School for Scandal. M pounds;
llrown Velvet, M: s,nlhon's Lass. ?": Chief
llruwn. Mi 'Politeness. ii; Lady Wortblnntou,
KC; Hoy, 104: -IHrlti, lod; Camellia. Allan
Gold, (irorge Hoexb, 111 each,
Tlnrd Kacc Allowamee, ln jear old fillies:
fire and a half furlongs Siuillaeh. Hoiabel,
Fan (i.. Sister Emblem, Iledllme Stones, I0
pounds each: Vague, 111; Sarfrun (lirl, Ella
Ityan, Latonta, 115 ea'h,
Fourth Kbit Cincinnati Club Handicap.
Hires- year-olds and upward: mile and a six
teentli Water Wtlcli. 97 pounds; Haunria,
t i I: Colonel rennte. Ill: Hodge, m.
i Filth Itiue -Selling, thiec-iear-olda; mile
J I and seventy arils -'Hill Simmons, lot pounds;
1 1 Triad. 10i; Ullle Shooter. 110; Inddy, III;
s , .ii- uhn ii . sir.o. nr.
Sixth Itair Srllltif . Ibren e.'tr-olts and
tlpwanl: mile and an eighth sjack Hceves,
!,x iiounils: ssnlld Itoeli, !; Yonghre, 107:
Little Slrluc. 110; Sleeth, Ul
Sen-nth Han Selllnr. thrre.vrar-olds and
upward: six furloius Water War, s pounds;
Paul Ilnnlam Winner In Pioneer
H. r. Rnnt.
Johnny Krtle, claimant of the bantam
weight title, shaded Joe Lynch of the
West Side In a ten round bout In the
Pioneer Sporting Cluh last night.
Tho St. Paul midget and the local ex
ponent fought on even terms for the Ilrst
i-even rounds, but Krtle rallied In the
late stnges of the battle and earned the
The eighth showed "Kewple" to best
ndx-nntago. In this session Ertle re
peatedly sent stiff right und left hand
punches to face and body and Lynch
noticeably wearied before the bell
sounded. Krtle continued his clever
work In the ninth nnd started well In tho
tenth, although Inclined toward wlhlness.
SEEK RENEWAL OF LICENSE.
Show Corporation, If Mnrrraafnl,
Will llelnln Jimmy Johnslnn.
From aurface Indications Jimmy John
ston has gained a leg on his rltala fnr
the privilege of making the matches for
Madison Square Carden. The Show Cor.
pi, ration, which has staged the bouts In
the Harden for the past year, made formal
application to the mixing i;nmmision i
EDDY'S LONG RUN FEATURES.
iiits:i-i:TON. N J.. Oct 10 Jack lMdy
electrified the stands at the Princeton i foot
h.ll practice this afternoon by shouting
through th centre of the scrub line and
nVlklmr a nfty ard run for a touchdown
hrouih the whol. scrub team. F.ddy wa.
nuvlng quarter on Ih- varsity eleven, with
Pbersudt. llrown and Prlggs forming the
rial of the back field. Kberstadt has be-n
in only two scrimmages, but hi. work baa
blf.n.i.' V.:borwV.rVa way to Cher,
stadl waa playing halfback nn th scrub
and 'broke through for several sulotanllal
rain. The sudden turn of th. weather
mad. tb prartleo a particularly ' pep
pery" one. After a long signal drill a
lengthy scrimmage was Indulged In '
.nil new- men were added to the squab to
av bring ng th- total up to 67. Illl y
Moore and cyrll Haas are still unable to
aimear on lh Held, and It Is not likely
"hat either of them will b. seen la th
Fordhr.i to ri Tar.
The Fordbum eleven had a short scrim
.... " .. uh Hi- Fordhnm Prep eleven es.
ti-rday and outrlussed the Maroon young
iirs Tn touchdown were scored In a
f,w minutes. The practice was featured
iwih long forward puss drills, Cantwell
..i.I.ii end In place of O'Connell, whoso
luud Is still pilnfully cut.
On Cnlumlfli !"' Head Coach (largan
will die ihe Fordbam eleien a llnal test
before armtiglng to pUy Hutger a post
.... ...n. The football team of the
First Itai e Two. ear-olds, maidens, fit
He., Helling, purs- J0", tlie anil a half
furlongs I JUI lainei,
straight 14 ni. pli' e 13 :o, show i: 10, won.
Illue Plum. lOi ll.kt i. pla 16.70. sbo.
SI "0 si-rond: Arrow-, 110 iCalbihali I, Isliow
13 f.0. third. Time. 1:0s 1-5. H.-sler Snillb.
Polliaun.i. Slgnorette, l!nllsh Lady.
moneas. Carrie Louise, snanr,
and lb II Cow also ran.
second lln.'e Tbrei ear -olds mil up
ward. s-IIIiik. purs- m)0. "Ix forlongs
liiiwthuro. II iiltinsei. straight 13 :o.
Place !.70. show .' 7o. won; Minstrel, 111
(Like), place tMH), show 13.50, 'l,
Some lli-.l'll, 105 (I.I. 111. show fjtl,
third. Time. 1:11 !-5. Hilly Joe. K.nthvr
Duster, Manioc, l'ncle Will, Kddle Delllng
and Lukem.u- also ran
Third IUee--Two.iear.nlda. purs. in.
lx furlones--Wet Hoirun, MS iCnnnollyi,
Vralallt II !0, plare 13 3ft, show i: 4A,
won. Ac.ib.ido, lo:. iHux-on. pla." 1 1 1
nhoiv .'0, second . Ilelb ii l Um- t(.
lioiisel. show 13 ". thbd Tim. , ,3 1
..dan, llut'crscol li II. : i i P I Ma
fus mid K Int also r m
Foorth Him - All ip' - n H.'l
llimdlnio; purse "10 six fur'.otii:- m-s
inrra. 1 0-1 lllannteri, etr ittllt .' I'll
13 30. show 13. won. Lsnghtrne, til ii,
detisl, place 1170. show I.. JO, rr -ond,
Fr.dHUnted, 101 illuikbs), .how 111 10,
third. 'Time, 1:13 3-t. Hlark Frost, Mis.
Kruter, llequlram. Cash on Delivery nnd
Morrlstowu also ran.
Fifth ltace Three-ye ir. olds and up
ward; purse MOO. one mile and seent
ards Vogue, 100 Andrew), stralgli'
IS 70. place 13, show IS sO, won, King
ilorin, 103 (Coeperl, place Is, 30. show
i I, .....4' Wine lA.ntln, 10? Illusion).
shew' 3.eu, third. Time. 1-43. Prlnre , Cspis Freddie Wr.r e and 'Archl
llermls, Jane strattn, .Money jukt, .iieui.
11.1 1 h tn.m'a 11-.-
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train Fir 11 o. .t n.. 7,,
L";.'" s""dT fra-n (irsnd ,t
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m Th,.,... urand st. f. So and Cenlrsl 7 a ii,
. a. -... It, 1, r rr nf fpnoU tltlrl firs 111
thlMICI Hi in i niVPrrllJ ni tiiiiijiyiii. ......
I'ik-Io Hart. n:i
JlnrHOfi (iuor, Co li
ve 1m nrmfnte.l with h r".i ualcli Ht nlxht , Xt"l'T' 113 ,, , , ,
hi - thl athlVtii. ot Uilrlh Anifrlmn Ath- Apprentice allnwanm clmt.
llpwarn; six mriunss .s.urr ii nr. - iiiiiiiiiis; i iippiii-uiiiui in me ,.n,,, , e-. . ......... ,'..,.h,n f.,.. whteh Is
Kulney. W: Jim Wnlirly. Droll. IJI-rator. ' terday fur a renewal of th license, which I t'nlted Hlates 1' nun VI""' ."".'.".d.
ion each: Kklles Knob, htnut Heart, loi eaib; I expires to-day A meeting of the eommls. j r.Heit one of the dg't nd V1.',"; ".' S'lV
lars and Mnrs. Ibi; Nobleman, llcdlaud. Ill .Ion will be held this afternoon tn con- Iron elevens In Hie country, will pla 1-ord-
,-i..i, uiiieh lie traineo rnr seven
re re Mfiri. ihe came startoil. Thin- Inn' Tli nresentutl it) was made nt Mlir-
'-' nun - i ihrmigh tlx. proceedings. Just rav'j f"r,,v!d!ier,l.."hundl!i'
; be ,i -hi-in Mill for the greater part l'pr".,,!',?''''!! amiou'u.-e.'r'at I s
or 'in. lull,. h imaginary, unless it was thft meeting that Homer Hsker and Ji. I
chill wind that howled across tho i lllgglna bad been elected in membership
In tlie ciuu,
li" 'l n, oi of the lime.
I'on.iAnrs of the annual October clas-
n-e. uiuiiiinoiiH in their bliitenient
i hire tuiw been less noticeable ex
me.it m ibis serin than any In recent
j eu re
FARMERS VS. BUSHWICKS.
Tim Farmers, one nf the leading seinl
pro teams In Hrooklin. will be m-en In ac
...uin,i iiiu mishit t'ks thla Hundav lu
lu Hoston theie was not enough ' u double header 'flu- Fsrinera are making
i-e in niirre.st ili.,sn outs do nnd in I a strong tun tor ine ecnii-ino -
-es i.-l..trl..y It was iinnsin.lli borough l' 'rV1'' i'. " rr: :r., "
c-pei i.-illv for n crowd that was I Vi.'i'ih'ii I. Us. The Farmers have only one
" e t tir,t hom,. world's series von-
VI k.iu up tne their lack of enthu-
"luriruj tho game the Hrooklyn
fill' cue a most extraordinary demon-
''a . .iftir thr ?ame. Hardly had
I'at'y Stinsel clutched Duffy Lcwla'a
JOMcrlns fly for the final out han tb
iilker rival, the Kmplres, and If successful
against tbn ilushwlcks they III have a
lino claim to the championship, as they
have tbn edge on the I'.'niplres In Ihe series
the teams recently playedi
The Farmers will have an exceptionally
atrong lineup, as the team baa been rein
forced by the addition uf several minor
leaguer. The flrat gumo will b alarU at
slder the matter and there la strong rea
son In believe that the license will ba
In that event Johnston would remain as
matchmaker, which would Insure a con
tinuance of the t xrelleut bouts that were
Wallace's lllilgeuood grounds. Ilalsey , the rule the past year "reported tnut
street and WyrkniT avenue. Hrooklyn, wl 11 i the present """'" "'"".'" "," "iijusiei,
1.1, tl .. scrnr at u line Columbus l'iy card 'n,"u1n',r'Uni"''jLu? 'Lo' S."
this Thursday. 'I In. Umpire CHy nine mid ''i'l'l,fArZ?,1n. h"1 "
the Hushwlcks, two teams that are striving thing Is ugaln hnrmotdoii.
bard fur no- eemi.pro cnampionsnip, win
bu the opponent. The irnms engaged In
a five gumo surlea for the ( humpluiislilp
last star and tho Husliwlrka won.
Jnlinny Unainnnn, slur pitcher of the
Newark lnleriiiillnniil Luigiie club, will
Idtrh ngulnst illrurd In the final gnme,
Iteporls of the llrookln-lted fox Ki, ill.!
will In. luadit.
GIANTS ON BIG TRIP.
Huccessfully iKiitrailiiR the national pas.
time fnr the eilllb'siHon nf New Jersey and
Pennsylvania residents the New York (Hunt
ars speeding on their annual barnstorming
Journey, They are blllnl for three games
WHITE WINGS IN HARLEM.
The D. S, C, nine, which recently twice
humbled Ihe craik Lincoln "Hants, make
their Inst appearance of Hie season at
Olympic Field, I3lih streit and I'lflll ale.
nue, this Hiiii'txy. The tem will tackle the
Lincoln (Hants In the third game of ihelr
series. The While Wings have a pitcher,
Paildy Martin, who tanks among the lead
ers In the seinl pro ranks Ho not only is
a line biirlir. but can field and hit some.
The success of the white Wings Ibis sen.
son In a large measure Is due tn his all
around abllliy. rprlngman will work
against Pyilnnn Joe Williams. Martin beat
1,-.... 1... ,ln. -e..,,,n l..ll. lUn.lilna. Ih. f.llll-olnS t WO WSeKS IICO. S tO 3.
ton IK. J.) to-morrow and Hlrrrhcad IL. In the second game lbs Lincoln (ilant
I.) Thursday. All Ih regulars ar with will Pl h" All Leaguera. a team oom
tot team. Poied n"nor 'cue itar.
day, dipended chlefl . (lis forward ps
against the army last week, the ll-.iicers
nn were glien a long drP" In hr-aUInc up
that play, and thilr work piea,.d (oacn
Wbllehlll ae In a uniform to. day for
the first time since h was Injured two
weeks ago. Ha played halfback, and ha
showed that lh rest has not Interfered
with line plunging abilities, though ha Is a
Ullla slow. Wlttpenn was hack at end, and
Ihe way he lore things up Indicated that
he ts In to stay,
Maloner Attract Attrntlan.
WERT POINT. N. T,. Oct. JO. Ma
loney, a new man welching 146 pounds,
who Is out for the armv isrslty backtleld,
Is attracting the attention of the army
coarhes by his tine work, Shrader tn-day
gave way to Mulllns at end, Mtilllna Is
showing Improvement with each day's
workout. Hehlenker, a former sub tackle,
was moved out tn end nn the varsity to
day, He Is heavy and fast and would
make a splendid running male tn Ford, the
leteran, who seems to have found himself
on th flanks, where ha was placed last
week. Long, hard scrimmage is the pro
gramme fnr the cadets for the rcmilnJor
of the week,
CliimtdA R.rnlrM flrnl...!. Hooker 111 .1 .llstl rail
Six regular, were all that Head Coach ?''"-'" 1'Ii'Wu'.l:l,Mh'r "r"1 niv"r
neison .xietcair as snie in muster at i o- ,,,,iVf th. rlier Is claimed bv th
bimblii for ihe first practice of the we. k xes ' The hed or tn ruer n ciaimq r tn
terdav, Monroe. Dunn, Kennedy. T)nnaldsun - - - -
and liegeman are still suffering from Injuries
and bruises received In the Hamilton game,
The cripples are expected back to day.
Monroe has a badly sprained knee, wi!
liegeman Is suffering slight attack of
water on the knee Afler a long rlgnal
nnd formation drill lasting an hour mid a
half, Metcalf dismissed piiu-tlcully ull of
the regulars for the day and ordered
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lUughlon Hack at Harvard.
'ft ,V.r.llv toiitalT ill J . W I""1'1"'1'" between the freshmen and a.
vard V nV rslty foidna I siiuim was ' nt makeshift combination of varsity and
Ihrnuffh Its regular ee.-uoi hi i-rii iivi- jr.-i -- , ; ' .
terday afternoon at the Stadium, . Afler "uli men,
the usual blackboard talk the squad went .. tJlri,, ....
to the field, where the varsltv and seconds I fneedx I p.
lined up against i-ai.li other for their after-I In a two hours scrlmmn,-1 ies
noon's Verlmmiig. Although the varsity terday nn Ohio I'leld the New York
ti-iiin crossed the goal line of the second Minlverslty varsity football team scored '
ii.iiiii twice, the seconds also went over for 1 eight touchdowns against the scruba
71st Regiment Armory,
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9th Regiment Armory,
14th St. and 6th Ave., N. Y.
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.r. nn the varsity men
Horween and Oaeey made the touch
downs for the vurslty and Hrown of th
sernnd team recovered a virslty rumble
and ran tho length of the field for tho
second's only score,
The prirtice was headed to-day by Percy
llaughtoii, head coach of the Harvard foot,
bull eiUi.d. Hauglilon appearul on the
Held for the first llni this year,
Bulgers K.leien Kept Rusy.
N15W IIIIIINHWICK, Oct. 10. With a
full lineup nt regulars th Hutgers eleven
was put through a hard aeailon of scrim
msglng thla afternoon. A Washington
and Ltt, tb ttara that playt kr Satur-
aim neill llir limei .i.iirir... I oe i
flrat eleven showed great Improve. I
nient over the plailng exhibited Saturday I
against ltenseer l'nur of the elg'it lal I
lies were made by MrKenzl. who wusi
playing nuxrterbxck fin two occasions he 1
nusheit fhrourh the scrub line from the
JO.yurd line and In co lie sKlrtrd Die emU
from nearly nildlleld,
A shift In the varsity lineup was made by
roach llii'll". llainmerschlag was plalng
left hilfback In the absence of rami, ami
llnrlian tilled In ut right, while llernsleln
took his regular position at fullback Mc
Kenxle has been Ailing the regular position
at quarterback, hut the coach Is not satis
fled with only one available man and in la
trying out other candidate.
lars. II Basilars, fer luur.
boe.cr. Launches, incl'idini
ful.K aa.t tiirunp ts nsel.
in r.vi t ai.srsl..
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