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"-".' A'I "''f A' ' , jffaE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,1 IMS? ' . " ' , ' 11 ('
Pered Lfafc Conditions Bring Out Good Golf in Lakewood TournamentDorchester Athletes Lead Harriers
WHITE HAKES 73
flusliinp Expert Leads Large
Field in Annual Fall
TBAVIS DOES WELL
ANT) THEN WITHDBAWS
UKiwoon. N. J.. Nov. JO, Gardiner
W. White of Flushing won the qualify
ing medal of the annual fall olf tour
nament from more than 120 competitor
at the Country Club of Lakewood to
gay With almost perfect maahle ahota
but'a tendency to mite ehort puttt. ha
compiled a J7-J8, 7. leadlns; the field
r one stroke. N. II. Maxwell of Aronl
mink win next beet, with J3 S5. 74. for
kit eighteen hole.
It was long after dark when the last
User completed the Journey and It was
enlr a ttvr momenta following- daybreak
tht saw the first pair tea off. naln
banalrarped the early etartori. but
about 9 o'clock It cleared up and perfect
weather waa had for the reat of tha
iy. The course wns In mnrvelloua con
dition, most of the players agreeing;
that never Iwfore lias lakewood been 10
perfect for high class golf. The e-retis
and fairways were Just heavy enough
irlth the moliture of tha early morning
te mike all ahota perfect.
Walter J. Travlt, who played hit first
tournament of tho year and hla flrat at
tempt at Lakewood for some tlma, gave
tie uiual steady exhibition of tha royal
and ancient rame. The former national
and International champion tied, for
third In the field of quallfyers, with a
card of !!, 7E. Although ha la en
titled to play for tha chief trophy of
the meeting he withdrew from tha match
play competition, but advised tha tour
lament committed he probably would
6nd time to enter, tha eighteen hole
medil handicap competition to be held
White Off In Fattlaar.
White was unusually accurate with
III approach shots and had he been
at deadly with hla putting he might
lure upset several course recorda of
Ion standing here. On the eleventh
kelt he came within Inches of making
a 1. The hall rolled past the rim of
At cup and stopped about three feet
aver. White waa so confident of hla
pott he missed and was forced to be
content with a S on the hole when with
tetter fortune, he would have had a 1.
There was nothing unusual about hla
Jrt seven holes, unless tils steady play
ing li taken Into account In the seven
fee hid six 4a and one E. At the eighth
k had an eight foot putt for a 3,
after a splendid chip shot for his second,
but mined. At tho ninth, n par 4 hole,
till approach shot waa dead and he
equalled par easily. He missed a short
putt for a 4 at the twelfth. White's
but nhot of the day was at the thir
teenth, a 244 yard hole. lie drove the
men and waa down In 3. Ife misted
another putt at the fourteenth and re
teemed himself at the sixteenth a par
I hole when he placed hla third three
feet away from the cup and holed out
fa I. White's card follows:
Otrdlner W. White. Flushing
On:.... F. 4 4 4 4 4 IT
II 3 1:35 4 4 4 6 it 71
, Mnth Troubles Maxwell.
!f. If. Mnxwell started -off In superior
style, making the flrat eight holes In 32,
but dubhed on the way to the ninth
green, missed n putt and got a 7 on the
lilt hole of the outward Journey. He
collected himself coming In. A 4 on
the tenth was cleverly played and helped
materially to pain him runner-up recog
nition. Ills excitable time nt the ninth
probably coat him the medal.
J. . Shnnley of Deal, whose 75 gave
Mm a tie for third place with the veteran
Walter Travis, also started out well.
On hH outward trip he had five 4s and
four te. He fell down on the eleventh,
a short hole, and needed six strokes to
link the ball. He made up for this at
the fifteenth, where hla drive landed fif
teen feet from the cup and he sank the
putt for a 2.
Max It. Marston of Baltutrol had a
Tom Mac Nulty
njr Tom Kindly Inform me how many
run,1i ihn Nelaon-Wolgaat nght went and
Here It waa fought. J.VO.
I;'orty roundK. Tort Richmond, Cal.,
rebruary 22, 1810.
-fD,'V Torn Kindly let me know the age
if John U Pulllvan. a, p.
John Lawrence Bulllvan waa born In
Boeton, Mass., on October 15, 1853. lie
" J years of age.
!., . Tom(" IIow ''' It Battling
J.HntUy? (1) you think he la aa good
..v .... i0 rnra ag07 ui, u.
(I) He In 25 years of age. He was
orn June 10, 1891. (2) Apparently ao.
'"Tom A aaya Walter Mohr never
f...cll",toul colored lightweight, and B
..'! J1 knocked out four and has got
jfcinone over eeven. Kindly give the
r il no line knocked out and the
- hi nai aeciaiona over.
Sorry, hut I haven't Slohr'e cemplete
"wu. itecord compilers only keep rea
Ms of top notchere.
i'r Tom A clalma a mile has been
' ry automobile on a circular dirt or
Mncreta trarU nt mil. ,.,., .mv
?fl ""JV"1"- wl,h "yln tart. In leaa
!n 10 eecondaj B clulma thla haa not
'n done ui a matter of record. Who
Have no record of an automobile
"faking a mile In 40 seconds on any
flrcular track, with or without banks.
The faatmt recorded one mile circular
rck record Is 16 1-5 seconds by Dls
Jrow in a Simplex racer at Bt. Louis,
. Auijuat 8, 1914,
Dear Tom (1) Jn a game of handball
ft "71 that two ahorla are out! II aaya
Who ta right? (1) Doea Zack
""'at rank aa one of tha three beat out
utttt In tha National League 7
, (1) What do you mean by "short"?
Jear Tom Pleaaa tall mi the faateat
ever made on a bicycle by any Indi
vidual. A 1 - .ho. V. I...... ,1m, Mfaa
J.1""' a minute; a says slower. Who Is
On Juno 3, )9io, Oeorge Kreamer,
Meed t.y an automobile, rode a mile In
" aciunqs in the lx Angeles Motor
drome, a one mile circular board track,
"led hy u I xing island train with wind
"Ma William "Mile a Minute" Murphy
"de a mile over a special board track
wilt beuten the rails on ths Long Jsl
Haliroad, In leas than a saJnute al
"t twenty years av
HOW TEAMS SCORED IN
JUNIOR TITLE CHASE
Clnb l J 7 it- M
Mohawk A. O 4 I I 10 It IT
S."?VJk- ". 1 IS 1-M
E?.8v. i' 1 -
lookers Y. 1L o. A.... (nun H-111
mtserabls day of It. take It from any
standpoint you will. He went out In 45
and did everything wrong on the Journey.
Coming back It teemed Juit aa difficult
ror the Baltutrol expert to get onto hla
game. He needed eight strokes to get
flown at the thirteenth. Hla putting
waa off color and he complained that
the greens had not been rolled.
Yo-a H.nd.lp. tee.aell.
P. 8. P. Itandolph, Jr., from the home
club, turned In a 44, 1571, which
Placed him fifth and gave him the added
eatlafactfon of being many strokes ahead
of P. 8. I lUndolnh. Sr., whose efforts,
49, 4302, were only good enough to
land In the third sixteen. The younger
Randolph knows the local course aa welt
aa any gmataur, and he played It steadily
enough to convince atl he la a dangerous
contender for the trophy.
Percy Piatt of the New Tark Ootf Club
waa tied with the younger Randolph for
fifth place. Piatt played consistent golf
and evaded trouble with uncanny Judg
ment. He had a hard trip outward, but
came back In 35, exhibiting top golf.
H. O. Rloe of Englewood, with 43, 43
3f, Just made the first sixteen, and that
by the grace of the withdrawal of Walter
Travlt. First and second round match
play will occupy the attention of the con
testant to-morrow, and In the afternoon
the beaten eights of tho morning will get
started. A large gallery was on hand to
day, and It Is expected that many more
will watch the play from now on.
Oardlaer W. Wklte. nosatag 17 M 71
N. IL Maxwell, Aroalalak at 74
J. r. Bhaalay, Deal ,. 44 X TS
Walter J. Trsvls. Oerom City........ at M T
1". g. P. Randolph. Jr., Iaktwees.... 44 as 79
Percy Piatt, Mew York Golf Club.... 44 U 71
U. U Maxwell. Trenton 41 II
W. Roy Barnhlll, rex Hill 42 It It
Stan oel J. (Iraki m, Oreenwtch 44 M it
A. J. Meudea, Blwanoy 41 40 11
Percy Kendall. Deal , 41 40 11
Maxwell R. Maraten, Baltoarol 4 M 13
It. A. Btelnsr. lawoed 44 fa t
D. Y. Patterson. Spring Lake.. ...... It 14
m . n, MaciMucDiiii, itcaraaei.,,
I. B. Parrlah. Jr., Mnnececk....
II. O. Illce, Ksglewood
II 40 at
41 41 M
41 41 14
Dr. K. E. Sprafoe. Inwood 41 41 M
H. E. da rorreat, Lakewood 44 41 IT
V. M. Wldnor, Jr.. Deal...., 41 3 II
U U. Splndltr, l'ox Hills.. J 49 39 M
A. J. Mct'lurt, Lakewood 41 40 aa
V. C. Jenulnga, Maaaau 47 41 as
IL W. Smedleri Marlon 47 41 as
X. P. Endloott, AUanUo City 47 41 U
A. A. Burd. Lakewood 44 41 t
II. C. Illrbard, liallunrol 41 44 U
Krantt Uatton, 1'orrat Park..... 44 4& l
W. II. Darli. Ukanood 44 41 M
U. T. Ttlrhardaon, Garden City
II 41 av
i. n. jsarmi. rax lime.
J. etenaeman, Atlantic City 41 41 to
, II. Itayte, Rea View 14 40 so
Paul Itoraer, Greenwich 47 41 SO
11. l. K. Illcfca, Philadelphia C. C... HUM
t. w. Tniax, uaewonoii 41 41 M
A. II. Palmer. Pox Illlla 4 41 II
M. C. llnrtnn, Huntingdon Valley.... 45 41 II
(!. B. Vraaer, Dtal 44 4 tl
J. (. Uattereon, Fox Hill II 44 II
Waller 8mfdltr. Pocono M 41 II
M. ' Meaciiam, Lakewood 41 44 W
IL It. Smith, Deal 47 41 II
J. T. Smith, Deal 4S 47 SI
J. 13. Keller, Deal 47 41 1
Peabody HteTfaeon, Piping Reck HUM
William Clark, iiikewoed..,- a 44 li
W. (1. French. Loa Angela 44 44 ti
W. M. Weaver, Uoatlagdoa Valley... 11 II II
Pierre A. Proal. Deal 41 47 It
!!. W. Leeda, AUantlc City A 45 n
L. II. Kaah. Pluahlng I 41 II
D. C. K. Itli'.etta, Point Pleaaaat.... 41 44 IS
ft. 31. ii'nr an, lakewood 41 41 11
r. P. Hi -ii. Lakewood 14 40 M
J. II. I..H,n,...it, Atlantic City CO 41 It
C. It. luilrtt. Wjkagyl (1 42 M
H. V. 3lorrl, Jr II 40 H
H. lllratitwrg, Powelton U 41 M
Krlcnun. Point Plaaaant 41 41 III
W. K. Dnnohue. Waeouahlc 4J 41 13
K. II. Armour, Ikawood CO 45, to
W. H. Van Cliff, Richmond County.. 11 14 M
II. W. MlatMll, Aronlmlnk U 4: 13
U. L. Klngeland, Lakewood 63 41 H
K. J. Slmonaon. Pirehold 41 M 13
J. C. Taylor, Powelton 11 44 IS
A. P. Iloth, Manhattan 41 47 41
K. J . liner, lex lime 4a 47 us
Lberhardt Faher, Lakewood U 41 14
L. 11. ureen. comnibia U. U 41 M
Ray Twyettort, Brldgetiarardon U 41 14
W. 9. Ifarrer. Point Pleaaaut 41 47 M
C. A. Snyder. Lakewood tl 45 II
A. Htark, Lakewood II 41 17
A. J. Drexel. Jr., Lakewood 41 4a 17
A. P. Ne eon. Lakewood II 44 la
II. V. Brown. Huntingdon Vallay U 41
Kraerr Marrel, Atlantic l.'lty 50 44 II
II. it. llnore. HDrlna Lake a to II
D. 8. White, Atlantic City HI II H
T. M. Cotmra, Lakewood BOW
J. M. Noyea. Lakewood 11 47 n
II. T. Ilurrowa. Lakewood II 41 II
II. It. Cownerthwalte. Acawamla 64 47 101
Clarenre Cohn, Inwood C7 41 101
J. I Klaser, Atlantic Hlghlanda 14 49 101
II. II. uarr eon. Lakewood cc 43 101
J. B. Coin Tappan, Naaiau CI CO 101
W, J. Kiem. Lakewood 54 45 101
A. O. Ulgglna M 45 101
M. Urau, unattached 55 44 lot
M. W. Intllng, Fmhold U 41 101
J. F. McKeown, W?kag;l 60 CI Itt
M. ram raraer, upper aioniciair.... u 49 J'.'z
Throckmorton, rrrcnoid il 4 iui
8outhrland, at. Andrewa tl 11 101
Oeorge J. Oould, Jr., lakewood K 41 101
J. II. CuuTtree, Lakewood 61 CI 104
II. B. Illce, Quaker Itldge 64 44 101
J. O. Thomnaon. Freehold. 5a 44 101
r. w. Lnamnera, i.aaewooa m do iu
I, . J. Gallagher, Lakuwood 57 4i 105
V. M. liould, Deal C4 17 105
C. W. Harmon, Wykagyl I 47 104
It. T. Pfelfrr, Unoi C4 M 107
W, K, Fnatrr. Monmouth County CI CI 101
II. M. Stewart, Dunwoodle 00 4t 104
('. W. Bllllnga, Deal II 41 110
II. W, Hlocuiu. Puwrlton 65 C7 112
J. F. Clark, Crracent A. 0 13 63 111
II. II. Itrcroft. Wjkagyl 43 63 117
J. M. Clark, Lakewood II 61 111
Dr. B. Sour, Woodmere 64 0 1M
Draw for flrat alxteen, White vs. C. L. Max
well : Tlatt ti. Kleiner; Mendea ra. Manton;
flraham ra. Barnhlll: N. Matwall va. Itan
dolph, Jr.; nico ra. Kendall: MacLaughlln va.
Parrlah; Patteraon va. Shanley.
Flrat rtace For two-yaar-olda; puree
ISOO; aelllng: one mile Merchant, lOS
(Crump), 110.80. in, 3.70, won; N. K. Deal,
113 (Ilutwell). IB.50, 14.30, aecond; Napo
leon, 114 (Itoblnion), 13.40, third. Time,
1:45. Hargon II., Ureal Dolly, F.d Roche.
Ulanaglnty, Meddling Mlia and Grand Jury
second Race For all agaa; aelllng;
nuraa 1000: seven . furlonga I'rogreialve,
log (Crump). 10.40. 13.80. 13.10, woni
113 (Itoblnaon). i8 60. 12.80,
aacond; Lohengrin, 110 (ball), I2.UO, third.
Humiliation, Bu'rbsnk and Republican alao
""Third Itace For two.yaar-olda; the Bal
timore Junior Handicap, alx and a half fur.
longi Luolua, 104 (Carroll), 110.10, 18.10,
13.00. won: Dandy Dudr, 112 (Hurling ame),
Js.bo! 12.70. . tecond: Kllta. 103 (Crump),
IS. 70. third. Tlmo, 1.22. Joanna II.,
Manokln, Frlendleea and Lord Fltaherbert
'''rourfli Tlace The Thank. giving Handi
cap for all agaa; 11,000 added; ona mile
and a elxteenth Hondage. 04 (Crump),
g.W. IS.SO. 13. won; Hauberk, 1SII (Itob
lnaon). 13.20, I2.AO, second: Brooka. 101
m. MVermott). 15." third Time. 1:81 1.0.
Thornhlll. ranmouae, Kilmer, Chrlitle,
. . . j .. mw.A v.rmdnl alao ran.
ward! aelllng: one mile and twenty yarda
r.Vl.zX iot 1 11. in. ia.20. 13.80: 13.4
win: Cannonade. 11 6 illutwell), is.70,
?J i! ..nn.i, Handful. 107 lltnbnaon).
if 60 Tlma. 1:48. Pharaoh, Agon. Gibral
tar Southern Oold, Tllchard Ltngdon, Ulllle.
IHbba? AVnpare II.. Devil Kleh, Alcourt and
K'.R'"!! "tr ihrea.vaar.olda andun-
iV.it ailing: one mile and a quaflar
nuralar. 104 (Bal ), 10.40, , ia.su, 1.1.40,
22n; Dartmouth. 108 (Bchutltngar), 1I4.W.
MM. second; Bllllo Bakes, 114 (Hoblnaon).
llM third. Time. 2112 4-D. Blackford.
1 u.nln Park. Hab 8 Ittr.
ThanSiiglvIng: Aviator and Bob Itedneld
"'Hevnth Itace For three-year-olda and
upwTrd "thai AU H...lr -'lfn,2 1??
HI-"!. i" fC-'-TMi'. tie so. laiib. second
iiifl l.S. Baby I.ynon. .aatag ii,
Llniaaa, xSm Boa sjU gevUilan also raa.
IN JUNIOR CHASE
BoRton Harrier Also Shatters
Becord In National Cham
DORCHESTER TEAM BEST
Jim Ksnlran, the little distance run
ner of the Dorchester Club of Boston,
who won fame and favor in thla city a
few weeks atro when he finished on the
heela of Hannee Kolehmalnen and
Willie Kyronen In the ten mile national
championship, earned mors fame, a title
and a record yesterday afternoon In the
junior national croee-country champion
ship over the hills of Lone Island City.
In quest of this title and the team
championship Henlgarr brought with
him hie brother, Tom, and half a doten
other youngsters from Dorchester, and
all of them ran ao well that they re
turned to Boston last night with the
coveted banner and the good wlshee of
about 20,000 persont who saw them
Displaying: the tame stride, speed and
stamina he did In the ten mile titular
race Henltran ran away from the sev
enty sturdy harriers who opposed him
and finished nearly a quarter of a mile
In front. He travelled the course, which
measured alx and three-tenth miles. In
30 minutes and tl 1-6, clipping 42 3-5
eeconda from the record for the course
hung; up by Ch arise Pores of the Mlll
roae A. A. when he won the Junior Mets
three weeks aero.
rovea aTiaJaftM $nt.
Porta waa better than the remainder
of the Held and finish ed second. Bddle
Mayo waa third, O. C. Caugler of the
Pittabur A. A. fourth, and Clifton Ho
rlne, one of Henlgan's teammates,
Ilenlf aa'e Dorchester team carried eft
the point trophy by Bnlshrn first, sec
ond, seventh, eighth and twenty-second
In the team competition for a total or 40
points. The Mohawk A. C. harriers fin
ished second with 47 points, and the
Morntngslde A. C. was third with 59.
The field waa one of the largest that
ever competed for the title, the Swedish
American A. C. being the only one of
the ten teams entered that did not go to
the starter. Although Itcnlgan won In
easy fashion It waa one of the best Ju
nior contests ever held by the A. A. IT.
From beginning to end It was replete
with spirited sprints and brushes, and
of the eeventy men who started all hut
ten returned to the Judges.
Among them waa Harry Parkinson, the
veteran marathon runner of the Morn
Ingslde A. C. He finished In twenty
third place. As he crossed the
finish line Parkinson fell to the ground
exhauated, and It required the atten
tion of two physicians before he was
able to leave hla dreaalng room. When
revived the doctors advised him to give
up the sport and after considering the
advice for several minutes he said he
guessed he would.
BltT Crowel Seee Start.
As the pack was sent away on Its
long Journey the crowd that stood a
doxen deep along the first quarter mile
of the course gave vent to its entlnix
lasm with a hurricane of cheers. After
a sprint of a hundred yards Eddie
Mayo, hearing the emblem of the Brook
lyn A. ('. showed In front. Close nt
his heels and running eaully were
Johnny Hell of the New York A. C, who
Just returned from England ; Jim llenl
gan, Caugley and l'orea. They ran In
this order for half a mile. Then llcnl-
gan took command. Minus his famous
smile he sped along at n stendy but fust
utricle. Although he was not doing his
beat. It required his opponents' best ef
forts to keep within striking distance of
him during the next mile. At that point
they began to falter. The Dorchester
Club lnd moved away, with the result
that he pneaed the Judges the first tlmo
around fifty yards In front of th flelJ.
In back of him were Mayo. Caugley nnd
I'ores, righting hard for second honors.
Around the courxe a second time Hen
lean sped without showing the leaat
lgn of wavering. Thla tlmo he In
creased his lead to nearly a furlong.
During the third lap the Boston young
ster continued at a fast pace, and,
finishing the last hundred yards like a
sprinter, breasted the tape inoro than a
minute ahead of the remainder of tho
While he was on his way to the
dressing room one of the best struggles
of the year was being fought out for
second place between Mayo and Pores.
For two miles this pair, who had meas
ured stride for stride for the Junior
Met title, hooked up In a duel ngatn and
repeated their great race of three weeks
ngo. Tho finish:
Toe. Name and Club. Tlmi'
1 Jamra Hrnlgan, Dorcheatir Dab.... 10 61 2 S
2-4'harlea l'urvi. Mlllroae A. A 31 52
I 3-Edille Marn, nrnoklvn A. A SZ 01
4 u. 1;, lauie-, I'liienurg A. A 33 09
t-nifmn limine, Ilorcliratrr Club.,,, II 17
0 (i. II. Moeli-r, Isms Itland A. C... 32 24
7 V. Vnll.Tfl.n. Mornlngelde A. O... II 29
1- J. W. Plant. Lonr Itland A. 0 31 II
9 llarrr Jamleon, Mohawk A. O SI 13
Id Ciiwr SchrrTer, Iins Itland A. C, I! 44
11- Arthur Itoth, Mohawk A. C 12 CI
12- Wm. Hmlth, Yonltera Y. M, C. A.. 12 M
13-1-. uauanan. iinrcnetter I 111 s: 57
14 Tom Uenlgan, Dorcheater Club 33 0
15 K. Traralena, Mohawk A. t! 33 04
14 A, w. recer, Hungarian Am. A. C. 31 05
17 Harry McOInn, Paullat A. C S3 13
ll-J, Dolan, Mohawk A. C 33 17
ia-Iw Herdt, Mornlngalda A. 0 33 IS
20 Ed Dorgan, New York A. C 33 II
21- H. Frerlca, 13d St. Y. M. If. A 3 20
;:-n. Lehman, Mornlngilde A. C 23 30
23-ltarrr Parklnion, Mornlngelde A.C. 33 29
21 H. Metxger, Mornlngelde A. (7 S3 41
2S John Coff, St. rhrlatopner Club..., 33 49
:eA. Morrla, HI. Chrlitopher Club.,., S3 r4
27 Wm, Kenned, Mornlngilde A. O... 33 M
tt J. Hrooke, Mnmlngtlda A. C 33 M
r-N, stonier, nt. Cbrittopner Club... 34 04
30-A. Frlechman. lid Ht. V. M. II. A,. 34 09
St J. Mullen, Dorcheater Clut 34 It
32 J, Tuonotkekl, Dorcheater Clut 34 11
33 4). J. McSorler. New York A. C 34 i
34 41. Wllllama. tit. Cbrtatnpher Club., 31 37
S3 Albert Andette, Dorrheiter Club.,,. 31 21
34 A. KTeley, Mornlngelde A. C, 14 3T
37-H, Welti, Mohawk A. 0 34 43
sh 1. reinnerg, vai nt. v, ,M. 11, A,.,, 31 47
35-A. Karper, IM St. Y. M. II. A 31 41
40- Pasl Iientiey, Dorcheater Club 34 M
41- 11. Lynch. Long Itland A. C 34 07
43- It. Hampton, Yonki rt Y. M. C. A... 34 M
41 41. Ilvrker, New York A. C 34 CI
44- J. Merber, 92d Ht. V. M. II. A 33 00
45- M. reltler. 93d Ht. Y. M. II. A ST. 01
44 A. Itottang, Naw York A, C is 04
47 J. Zimmerman, lid St. Y. M, II. A 33 1.1
414!. Itlrharda, Yonkera Y. M. C. A,, IS 19
4 11. i.ucaa, aiorninnme A. u 33 20
CO J. Token, Mohawk A. C IS 31
HANDEL GOLF WINNER,
Itetarni Beat Net Soore In
Olik Itipog, N, J Nov. 10. A stiver
cup for tho best net score In an eighteen
hole medal play competition on the Glen
TIM... r.n,,n,H.. r " 1 1 1 V M.I.. A.... n. ..
won by Geo'rg. F.'llnndeTVlth Tne
Oeors P. Handel. 104. IT 77l It. D.
Smith, II. I III F. P. Hayward, II, 1411;
F, w. iiamwin, ai, i ii; r. connan, 03,
I III S. Olbaon. 101, IT 14; L. K. McCoy,
101, IT II; O. While, 111, 1111,
SMITH FLATTENS HENRY.
Albany, Nov. 80. Jeff Bmlth of Bay
onne knocked out Kid Heury of Troy In
the National Sporting Club here this af
ternoon In the seventh round. It la said
to be the first time Henry was tvur
put to sltcp.
Up-Staters, In Keenly Con
tested Game, Vanquish Lo
cals by 14 to 0 Tally.
MUDDY FIELD A HANDICAP
Binokamtok, K. T Nov. 10. Play
ing at Exposition Park on a gridiron
nearly ankle deep In mud, the Central
High School football team of this city
defeattd the Flushing High School eleven
of New York In a spirited contest here
to-day. Tbe score was II to 0. By
virtue of Its victory the local team
laid claim to the championship of lower
and central New York State. One of
the largest crowds that has witnessed
a football game here In years attended
the conteat. Flushing's share of the
gate receipts amounted close to $600.
Although defeated. Flushing furnished
the most stubborn opposition the local
team has had this year. The visiting
aggregation, coached by Smith Alford, a
former Washington and Lee star, ex
celled Central In all departments with
the exception of secondary defence,
Alford's team clearly outplayed Btng
hamton In the first half, but Its strenu
ous work In the early atages of the con
test tired the visiting line and It wavered
noticeably In the doting period.
It was not until the tecond quarter
was well under way that the locals were
enabled to cross Flushing's line, a fumble
by Haltock on the 30 yard line making
It possible for Don-el Wilcox to raoe
aevtnty yards for a score. The second
touchdown, however, made In the
fourth session, clearly was earned. A
series of line plunges enabled Thome to
cross the line In that session.
Plaaklagr Held ra 1 Ya Itae,
The ball renamed in mldfltld roost of
the first quarter, Btnghamton falling to
make a flrat down.
In the second period Flushing rushed
the ball to within one foot of Bingham
ton'a goal, where the visitors were held
for downs, Wilcox then punted weakly
to Hallock, who fumbled. Central High
recovering. On the next play Wilcox
rushed through right tackle and with
the aid of fine Interference carried the
ball seventy yards for a touchdown. The
big fullback then kicked the goal.
Starting the third period Central made
four succesalve first downs. A blocked
punt enabled Btnghamton to recover on
Its 20 yard line, but n fumble gave the
ball to Flushing and Itellly punted to
mldfleld. Donald Wilson, brother of
Alec and Tom, well known collegiate
grldders, went Into the lineup In the
fourth period when McNamara waa in
lured. Flushing also made a substltu
tlon In the ntiul session, Nlel Atkinson
replacing Bleecker at quarterback.
Two first downs were mndo through
line plunges by Btnghamton In the
fourth period, the ball being carried to
the 5 yard line, from which point
Thome carried It over. Wilcox again
kicked the goal.
Attead Dinner Party.
For the remainder of the period the
ball aeesawed up and down the field,
Itellly and Wilcox engaging In a punting
duel. The contest ended with the ball
on Flushing's 40 yard line.
The work of Kenneth Cromble, Flush
1 rig's left tackle, waa the outstanding
feature of the game.
Following the contest members of
both teams attended a banquet In honor
of tho visitors nt the Hotel Bennett.
The l.om; Islanders will leave here early
to-morrow morning for Ithaca, where
they will be the guejita of the Cornell
lllee Club. The lineup:
lllnghamton (II). Fluihlng (0)
Patten 7,. r. Onddanl
nurrongha L.T CromHe
Curran L. O Dlacknian
O'Honnell Crntre Jacirr
McLoan It, n Piatt
Mllla H.T Hamilton
Mi'Xamara H. K 3. Alklneon
Toller 3. II llleeeker
Thonio L. H Alford
llrook H. II ..Kr",,r
Wilcox P. II Hallock
Tfliihiinvni-Vfllroa nnd Thnrne. floala
from Toiichdowna Wicox. 3. Iteleree
l.n.fnM IV Whtlford. AlfrM Unlveraitr.
l.'mDlre Thomae Wilton. Princeton HtMl
lint, man William Tllocnicr. Iilnihaniton
Hiihtiiiutra Donald Wilmi for McN.imara,
Nlal Atklnton for lllecilur Tim ijuartere
n mlnulea each.
MJXLROSE HARRIEES WIN.
Annex Team Trortbr and Time
Prlte In Meailnn hrimk Ron,
J'Hlt.ADELrtllA. N " 30, Platance
runneia of the Mllliuse A. A. of New
York won n majority of tlm lionora In
tha mail race held under the nusplces
of the Mcadowbrook Club of the John
Wonamaker ertoro over tho new Itobcrt-
on Cobb'a Creek course this mornlnar.
They won the team prize and Willie
Kyronen made the rasttai tinio. lie trav
elled over the five miles of slippery
ground In 28 minutes and 25 seconds,
which Is only four seconds behind the
record. For his nne performance ne
was awarded a gold stop watch.
First honors went to Joseph Lteber
man of the University of Pennsylvania.
Aided by a handicap of 1 :10, he led his
opponenti most of the way, Karl Hun
ter of the Qermantown Hoys Club, who
had a still larger hnndlcap of 2:05,
finished seoond. Kyronen, who started
from scratch, was third.
HARRIS, ROCHESTER HERO.
Versatile Qnarterbnrk'a tVorlt
Helps Vnnqnlah Vermont, 10 to 6.
Hociiestto, 1. V., Nov. 30. A drop
kick by Harris, tho Itochesti-r quarter
back, from tho twenty yard line In the
second period, and a broken field run
of thirty-two yards by tho same player
In tho lant quarter, defeated Vermont
here this nfternoon. Vermont made the
score 10 to fl by crossing- tho Tlochestcr
goal line In the Inst soconds of play.
Harris gavo a sensatlonnl display of
runnlnir nnd kicking for Rochester.
Ollcltl was Vermont's most powerful
weapon of dofenco.
DR. BROWN GOLF LEADER,
Victor In Handicap Medal Play at
Dr. W, Rltiart nrown won nn eighteen
lioln handicap on tho links of the Oakland
Oolf Club yesterday with a card of
780, 60. Tho other Itudlns scores
were J. V. Graham, 8915, 71 ; It. Mal
colm I.lttlejohn, 89 14, 75; I.. H. Ma
lone, 9114, 77: H, M, Pophnin, 93 14,
79, It was the last regular event of the
year at the club.
GOLF AT KNOLLWOOD.
Members of the Knollwood Country
Club engaged In a one club match of
, holes ngn.n.t bogey o
homo links yetteraay afternoon for a
prize presented hy B. T. Kalrchlld. The
results follow; T. F, Wilcox, 1 down;
J, a, Deane, 4 down; O. T. Donnell, 5
down; V. T, Mnckay, 10 down! W. T.
Breed, 10 down.
FLAG PLAY AT FLUSHING.
K. F. Wllmerdlnr; won n ring compel.
1 1 1 Ion t the Fluihlng Country Club yes
terday when with tha number of strokes
allotted to mm he survived to the lgh
tttnth f rten. Hit card was ttM, 7T.
CRAWFORD IS FIRST
IN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE
Flashing Lad Annexes Amer
ican Scholastic Title In
PmtJLoaLsjru, Nov. 10. Hcbert
Crawford, tha seventeen-year-old cap
tain of the Fluihlng High School team
of Flushing, N. Y., who won the Cor
nell and Columbia Interaeholastlo cross
country raoes, added another victory to
his list here to-day when he carried oft
stellar honors In the American lnter
echolastla championship over the three
mile course In Palrmount Park.
He defeated a classy field of speedy
youths, and was pushed hard until the
sprint by Allan Bwede, who finished
second, 150 yards behind. The winner's
time was 56 minutes. The record, 51:42,
was made last year by Swede, who was
Only two of tha local Ugh schools
wore entered. Central and Northeast
Among the out of town schools repre
sented were Mercertburg Academy ;
Krasmus Hall of Brooklyn: Flushing,
N. Y.. High School; Central High of
Newark, and a few other New Jersey
Institutions. The first ten to finish were:
1 Crawford, FluahBig High, N. Y.. 22:37
2 Swede, Marceraburg Academy.... 23:31)
I Lilly, Parklomen Seminary 2SI40
4 llelfrlck, Marceraburg Academy.. 23:44
a r. Bache, Eptacopal Academy.... 28:n0
McCormlok, Northeaat High 23IS8
7 D. Bache. Ejleconal Academy..- 24:01
f Stark, central High 24:07
11 Pitta, Nnrtheait High 24:14
in -Hill, Mareeriburg Academy 24:14
1 Mareereburg... 1 7 111740
2 Northeaat High i 11 li 10 M
8 'antral High..
9 10 IS 1552
S IS 19 JO 7
POLY PREP HELD
EVEN BY ERASMUS
Individual Work of Barasch
Helps Team to Tie Game
by 6 to 6.
roly Prep and Erasmus Hall High
school football teams were deadlocked, 6
to 6, when time waa called In their an
nual battle at Washington Tark yester
day. Doth elevens played a desperate
brand of the gridiron sport. In which
every conceivable trick wan used, but
they were so evenly matched that no de
clalon could be found. It was the first
time Polya line had been crossed this
season and Its only failure to win In
Barasch, who captained Erasmus, was
the star of the game. He punted
smashed the line and sprinted around
the ends like a great collegian.
Neither elds was able to make any
headway In the first period. In the sec
ond Krasmus battered Poly's line lo
pieces, and agner and I orsythe helped I
mutters nlong by several end runs.
When the ball waa within two yarda of
Poly' goal llarasch waa entrusted with
the ball, and he smashed over for a
From thlt time on Poly Prep fought as
though their young lives were at stake.
Erasmus did the same and resisted all
attacka In the third period, neither side
being able to count.
In the last quarter Poly evened up
the count. Poly charged right Into Its
rivals nnd swept them off their feet.
Within five yards of Kraamus's gonl line
tteymoiid dived through the line for the
Krasmus Hall gained the majority of
the breaks, althouch It outplayed the
Poly eleven during moat of the
game. Dutch Maloney, the clever Poly
quarterback, was forced to stay out of
tho conteat owlntr to bolls. His absence
was felt, although Macdonald, who sub
stituted, proved a capable all around
The Held waa heavy with mud, and In
a short time the players on each n!de
were hardly recognliable. The lineup:
BaratMi (C )
It II.. ..
Redmond (C.)... r- II Warner
Touclidowna Harafli (aecond period), Red
mond ( fourth prriiidi,
Itclerre Mr. Slirarcr. Dlcklntnn trmnlre
Mr. Thorp. De I.a Salle. Ilevl Llnctninn
Mr. nirelow, Ilronklyn. Time of t)iiarten
Subatllutlona: Poly Harmon for Redmond.
ii nnrn jor iiarmoo, ueumnini lor wiiklnton.
ii. jieuniona lor iiewien. r.ratmun Mela,
trail for Wagner, Elltli fur Melatrell, Wainei
RICKENBACHER FIRST HOME.
Kddle Wins Ills; Automobile Mtverp
stakes In Lo Anajrlea.
Ios Anoklxs, Nov. 30. Eddie Illcken
bncher won the 150 mile "championship
award sweepstakes," the flluil event In
tho American Automobllo Association's
contest for 113,500 In prlze.i nnd the
title of "champion driver of America," on
tno Ascot Hpeectway, here to-iluy. Jlak
cnbacher'a tlmo wns 2:13:15.2.
Cooper was second and Ptitlen third.
Cooper ran out of inisolenn while In sec
ond place, but coasted half a lap in the
tupe, t'unen just railing to catch him
Pullen, Itlckenbacher, Cooper nnd
Ituckstell were bunched In the lend In
that order Bt 100 mllos. Pillions tlm
was 1 :2S :18. an average of 57.95 miles
nn hour. Pullen lod nt thn fiftieth
mile, with Itlokenbacher, Cooper, Hucks
tel nnd the field following. Pullcn'a
time wni 42 :55, an average of SO, 9 miles
H0LBR00K LEADS GUNNERS.
llnndlcnp Helps Him tn Victory nt
Members of the Knollwood Country
Club of White Plains yesterday tnok part
In the Thanksgiving Day shoot for a cup
pretcnted by W. P. Koch. U. It. Hoi
brook, with 04 24, 88, led tho field. The
Net. irp. ri
K. II. Holbrook l Ii IS
w. p. Koch ei :i m
F, Crampton IS Pch. SS
II. T. Fox 71 Bch 71
II, Ilhelma... tl) TS
W. 11. Merrall II 177
W, II. Sykea, Jr II ,10 71
DOUBLE BILL POSTPONED.
Kbbets Field preatnted a quagmire after
the ralnetorm yeiterday, nnd aa a rrault
the double header of achoolboy football
with Naw Utriclit facing Commercial and
Hon High niot'iliig Manuiil Training um
pottponed until to. morrow afternoon, dev.
ral thoutand aneututnra went to the
groundi, bearing In mind the announce
ment that the conteat would be played
rain or ahlne, but were met with a "No
Uania To-da" lgn on the door.
O'llntxan a Winner.
PHli.APEi.rtiM, Pa., Nov. 30, Jimmy
O'llagan, the clover Hochcster middle
weight, outpointed Billy Kramer of Mil.
waukee In tha star six round bout at the
National A. C. here to-day. The Booh
ester boy'a tpeed mid skill were too
much for the slugger from the city made
famous by an amber brew.
BY EDDIE WALLACE
Johnny Receives Thanksgtv.
lng Day Bnrprlse In Broad
way B. 0. Bonk
FLOORED IN 4TH ROUND
Johnnr Dundee, the dancing Sicilian
with the Scottish cognomen, met with a
distinct and unpleasant aurprlse yester
day afternoon at the Broadway sport
ing Club, when he was outpointed In n
Stirling ten round bout by Eddie Wallace
or Brooklyn. Not only waa Dundee de
feated on points, but he received a clean
knockdown blow In the fourth round,
and that Is something that seldom has
happened to the sturdy Italian who has
designs on the lightweight crown thatj
sits on the head of Freddie Welsh. The
knockdown In the fourth was tha most
spectacular feature of a bout that
bristled with sensations.
Dundee was hopping up and down like
Mark Twain's Jumping Frog, and Wal
lace was dancing vis-a-vis, when sud
denly the Brooklynlte feinted with the
left As Wallace's left had been col
liding steadily with Dundee's note for
three rounds, the Italian ducked to avoid
It, Wallace then hooked a short right
to the chin and Dundee sprawled on hit
back near his own corner. He arose
without watting for the count, hut wat
plainly groggy and wabbled palpably.
Wallace rushed at his foe and rained
lefts and rights on him. Dundee clinched
and used his feet In an effort to escape
the fusillade, but the Brooklyn boy kept
on top of his man and at the bell they
were In the centre of the ring, Wallace
punching hard with both hands and Dun
dee holding and hitting. Owing to the
uproar of the crowd that packed the
arena the fighters did not hear the gong
and banced away at each other till
Referee Haukop tore them apart and
waved them to their corners.
The majority of the onlookers, who at
the beginning did not consider that Wal
lace had a possible chanco with so promi
nent a lightweight ns Dundee, were
astounded, and as the Brooklynlte had
won the three opening rounds there wni
a shift of opinion as to the outcome.
Apparently Wallace had tired hlmwelf
by his exertions In the previous round,
for when he came out for the fifth ses
sion he had perceptibly slowed In his
movements. However, he boxed with
greit cleverness and won the round
Wallace freahened In the tlxth and
mixed It furiously with Dundee, who
was now the aggressor and had recov
ered from the effects of his knockdown.
Dundee then began a system of body
attack that wenkened Wallace and the
Brooklyn boy lost speed, although he
hoxed well enough to make the round
an even one.
Wnllace was perceptibly tired when
he came out for th eighth nnd Dundee
rushed and smashed tho bodv with both
hands, getting some heavy hits to the
face also. Wallace was In distress nt
the bell and It was Dundee's round by a
Dundee's adherenta called on him to
finish Wallace In the ninth and the
Italian certainly tried his beat He
poked Wallace In the body with his left
nnd reached hla face repeatedly with
the right, hut Wnllace. while tired nnd
reeling, managed to keen his feet till tho
Bong sounded, and It waa Indeed a wel-
como sound to the Brooklyn boy.
Tenth 11 on ml n Hummer.
The tenth and last round was a hum
mer, Wallace freahenlne and meeting
hla opponent half way. TTTey stood toe
to toe nnd nammereii at face, and body
and neither broko ground till the final
At the last they were In the centre
elammlrg away with the greatest vim.
and while Dundee won tho round, still
vianace waa mere in vigorous fashion
till the close.
Dundeo scaled 129i pounds and Wal
lace, 12SA! pounds.
In tho hIx round seml-flnal the Corona
Kid outpointed Joo Sweeney.
M0HA EASY VICTOR.
Whips Otaddrn at
Boh Mnha has found another man
he can whin 111 nddltlon In Joo i:or.
Hartley Madden, who In the hull of
fnino Is listed ns the sparrlmr jurtner
of Frank Moran, Is tho Iate.t victim of
tho Cavo Man. Madden wns easily
beaten by Mnha In a ten round bout
at tho Pioneer Ppnrtlnir Club yc-terdav
afternoon. It really looked as though
Moha found Madden easier than he ex-
pcctcil, and apparently the big Bo
hemtan toyed with the Jerscymnn.
Moha hnd no trouble hitting Madden
anywhere ho pleased nnd nt any time
that suited his convenience, but theie
did not seem to lie enough force In
tho blows to bring the big fellow to the
Moha appeared to he satisfied in out
point his opponent and make him look
foolish, nnd for thn t reason the Jersey
man was on his feet at the close ot
the tenth round.
Tho eomlllnal between Tommy Ton
hey. tho Paterton Cyclone, nnd Kddle
McEntee, was 11 very spirited content
McKnted doing well till tho seventh
round, when Touhey caught his man
with a rlcht uppcrciit 011 tho chin nnd
put him down for tho count of ten.
The weights were: Mohn. 10S: Mad
den, 17'.; Touhey, 129; McEntee, 139
JOHNSON BEATS PIERCE.
I.eo'a Sclenrr Proves Too Much for
Teo Johnson, the clever negro light
welRlit. outsctcnccd Harry Pierce, the
Hod Hook terror, at the Vanderbllt A
C, yesterday afternoon In 11 very fast
ten round bout. I'lerco tried to cct hi
Justly famed left hook on the jaw 0
Johnson, but tno latter wns nltoarcthc
too swift on his feet to permit of any
thing of that sort, The negro waa In
nnd out like n flash. Jabbing, hooking
ami unperciuiing wun uaxznng speed.
Johnson's blows did not hurt Plerc
nt any time, but they were delivered In
such profusion that the points wero
rollod up and formed an unsurmnunt
ablo obstacle to a victory by Pierce.
In the semifinal Charley Smith stopped
Young uarvey 111 tne eocona round.
CLERMONT BOUT CALLED OFF.
Mlske ami Mnnnuer Itetnrn to
A largo crowd of boxing enthusiasts
who went over to tho Clermont Hportlng
uiud yesiernay aiiernoon to ace tlun
boat Bmlth and Billy Mlske mix It In
tho rlne wcro disappointed. They were
met by n large placard on the door
which announced that the bout was do
It wan learned later that Mlske and
his manager, P. Hmlth, had taken a
train for the West and had shaken the
dust of New York from their hoofs.
The troublo nroee over Mlsku refining
tn abide by a decision of the Boxing
1I10U WATEK FOR LOCAL ANOLBR9 FOK THE WEEK HND.
Sandy Hook Princes J am aloe aovernon Wlllets
(The Horseshoe) bay (Qanarsle) Jaland., . .Point
Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. AM. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
Peeember 1. .12:14 13:28 12:10 12:3S 12:69 1:13 12:43 12:83 3:38 ;M
Deoember 9., 1:18 1:31 1:21 r.ao 3.41 3:10 1:81 2:01 :83 831
December 3.. 2:18 3:28 3:31 3:34 8:01 8:04 3:83 3.-09 O.OV a:43
Pickerel, Pike and Huskies.
. H seams that my query concerning the
Pickerel haa been answered. "Nature Fee-
tor,' becoming a llttla humorous by
assuming that I aakad te "please answer
rrankly.' haa convinced met that my
knowledge of what a pickerel la waa "on
the blink." lie ought to know In fsot.
J admit he doea know what he la talk
ing about, and I am grateful to be here
arter able to dlttlngulah a pickerel from
other nth which have tha asms facial
aanreaalon and bodily movemanta.
It may be that having opined that a
maacaionge, a great northern pike and
a pickerel are pike, and aummonlng my
reasoning powera to my aaelatance, oon
"I,1. J" b,ln tle contrary 1
could can them all pickerel. In other
worda, "what's In a name!" All thla
vrry anOUlu aav nrattv hart rnun.
ng, but Ilka, tha "well" and "door" quo.
k?.nT "L However. "Nature
ractora' worrf h. i. . t M
Fletcher Williams calls them sll pick-
sal staid I tlinnaaa m. 111 taa
before many laauea of TUB BUN are
R.u: .!'ont fl thtkTt "Ietcherll Oo
neck at them and probably we will have
unolher "plugging" affair to atlr up In
I? ii",n ,,1B coming monlha.
Pica for (looaeOah.
Doubtleaa next tttttn whan iht ani
,r...,00,'rlh along our ahorea people
without prejudice will follow the euggea
ot.J.h "ureau of l'ltlierlea and try
eating thla flth.
According to Irving A. Field, who haa
made atudlea of flthea for tha Bureau of
hh inoienan la rainy common
on both the eatt and wett ahorea of tha
Atlantic. On the weat coatt It ranges from
Newfoundland to Cape Matters and on
the eait eoaet from the Shetland lalands
to th Mediterranean Rea T la n.A-
abundant In the northern watera.
Very little commercial use has ere been
made of the gooaefleh. It Is rarely eaten
. ""., l,nuut" noan is saia to be
palatable and uaed In Italy and In certain
Prts of fJreat Britain. It Is sometimes
Used for battlna Inhttee . i
klnrit of bait are not available, and It has
T?.. a w,,n mennaoen Tor guano.
luoimitn la certainly plainer in looks
than any hlnnonotamna that a . .
found. In Europe at tlmea th Aah brings
a higher price than mackerel.
. TP Government aclentlata ay that rh
fleth Of tha anoaeflah conlatna mn-a MM.af.
.an a rir.uiu iivan tna juBt annul th
one of our beat tahl Aah. '
nmn nullum m nrniein aa in. hi 11..,,
The nthermen of thlt country annually
hrow nwiy mllllona of pounda of gnu..
nrjiii-u are uK.n ny nei or trawl to
ether with the cod. haddock and other
-ti. nui ii una nni neen tuericetattia an
herefnrn time wntiM he w.altl In v-ina.
ng the root-nth Into anr nor. Vna.
."vernnient ecieniiMa are urging ua
like It Immensely,
,. ht me utii. nrom I n. ih.i v. .h.i
lnrna of the OnoeeMah.
The lata Cart. O. T. Weema. Vaw
nxler. once caught a big angler that had
ieen nun riv the nrnnel er nf a afc.n it-
"ni ii to a it oon in IV.Il ltr.l In, mm.
hlbltlon. Tho neat rlav nnl a. .In. .v.. ..
he Inquired about It. and th proprietor
"'""i r? na roiniea to tne lunch
bar. where a big card read;
onrjE TurtTi.n pour.
Cant. Weema decide ha waiiM i.k. -
1 nance, im tarn arierwarn it waa a go
,,, ,., ajrrii turn eniin.
,. ... 1 "' ."s" tne i.na vai nrown of
Uracil, hooked an analer nth whleh h.ri i
n" , r-i j- ir 1 ji. a., ninm, a, Tn.
It" stomach the following enamelled elgn
l,..ti,.-v. ,11 ..iitva, itiiert;
A few yeara ten flthermen weea n.v.l.
fled by loelnx their tackle to unknown big
flth off a elxtv foot lerira neap tha Int..
Jamalei Slay, Almott aa toon aa a hook
r-arne,i nnunrn anmeininv WOUM Mle and
hold on Xiihten.'iett hauling wat atl In
viln. Th" fl.'i won ,1 merely plnnr a bit
without leavlna bottom, and finally the
tnckl would part under the etraln of
onn everybody waa wondering what
fhlnitt they nere hf acted to etrlncelv
The nivntery wat cleired by fltlilna tliero
wirn neavv tlre tnnndt on thick tteel
hooka and elout braided hand llne. Pour
Immente nne'er were the retutt One of
them had five rutty liookt ttlcklnr In lit
Jnwt, The.e fth were not exceptlnni'-y
larce. They welrhed about fortv pound
each and ero about four feet lonx and
almott at wide. 11. w
,i'W York. Nov Z4
linnet Man l lnilt Ancler'a ltod.
If the fltliermnti hn t.ff ill rn.1 nn n
t.nnr Iland trolley car latt Sunday eve.
iir uiii wrne to "ii rn Iul3. ?ew
rk rftv, n.imlna car and rtetcrlblni- eov.
ering and color of rod. the artlcV nroh
nblv prized bv the ouner, will be promptly
returned n, N
?.eiv lork Nov
Tamalrn Ilar'a Needa.
Tf eerv llthlnr tltllon nrntiM anntv tn
the rnntervntlnti Cnniinlttlnn at Alhanv
for aultnble fl It to ba placed tn Jamaica
Hay ne would toon lime erv rood flthtng
In thete watera OKOItflR PCIIAT.I.KII,
Hook I'reik. .Ttinulcn llav, Nov J.
Tike nnd I'lrkrrrl IllrTerencea.
rnrehe me. rleteher WlttLllna. for ttin
fiillnnlnE paraphraa of Hie ,rb prnterb:
"lie wlo kliowa 1(1 nnl tc.l. het what
be knows not, la cnmlrnl; correct lilm "
The larte flth ntl nieritlon were nn.
doiihtedlv the greet northern pike In the
nr'i rni' tne mi. i.awrence llier tliowa
few If any pickerel It It noted for greit
northern nlke and matklnonge nnd of
cniirun wall eye pike or pike perch, which
the Caniillnnt rail pickerel but which
are n totally different flth.
It l a mittiiKe, Friend Fletcher tn at
tempt to eke Information on nure ni.iimn,
tlon Your M-t that bciua vou rn'eh
a nth thit lookt Pke a pickerel, but which
I" lnrger. mennt that It la a pickerel be.
caute In larger water". Ac, la intlrely
The largett great northern plk" I have
evir heard on record are taken In n lake
which It no more than a email mill pond
a romp. in, I with the Pt Lawrence ItHer
and the Ureal l,lkrt. The plUe In thla
('nut, linn lake run Iremendom In tire nnd
iniiniieiy larger limn tiny nernge In the
ft Lawrence or the Oreni l.akee
I iircNUtne ) nu know tli.it in eotne ery
email liket In Florida Mb mouth ban
nr caught weighing up to If, pound",
whereaa In tome Ixidlet of wntrr ery
much greater In mngnltuda they never
rrnch euch a alio.
You can feed a crow In any way vou
plentn nnd give It any ranx" or rip,inmnii
of territory but It never will be n, raven,
and nn more will n pickerel grow Into a
Pike or n mntltlnnnce it . n different
lltli of tho a. nne family, but very dltttnct
nnd crv unllv mid. the aamo aa nnv
oilier tpeclet To coll the 15 or SO pound
great northern pike pickerel would be Jut
n rldlculoua n cnlllng Ihn irrent South
American londor n turkey buziard be.
caute of the tame family. In the rani"
way n cat doean't grow Into a Hernial
tlcer. een though given the timo cll'nate
and same food In Africa,
No True 1'lcUercl Over I'minilt ,
And, tad to tiy, alone coniet "it of
the Moon" In to-day' Itnd and dim r.
nmn, ni. d talka about a IT pound plcUrrtt
from Iliirk Lake In M'chlgan Here ngaln
It undoiibtedly the ureal northern pike,
which la common In the MUlngnn lakea.
If you ever catch a pickerel. I c a true
Dlrkerel. that weight eeu lr, nniinde.
"Mitt nf the Mnon," you will break nil
ettnblltlird recorda of the countrv nnd
ou will have a Pllie that Is probably of
tome Intrlntln value, and by that I mean
Hut wliUa a 17 pound creat northern
pike It n Inri?" pike and nn etpeclallv lino
capture lor .iiviiik'iu, u it ccecuea every
In a recrnt article I mentioned a pike
that wat r.O Inchet Ions, and that pike
weighed oer 80 pound and wna n true
grent northern pike, exactly the eame In
marking, appearnnce, ao., aa the pike of
., t or o puunua nnu upwara roiinn in
Lake (loorire. aome of the Adlrondeelc
Inkea. Mlchlcun Inkre, the Minnesota lakea
and In Canada, ito. The true pickerel It
not found at all In many of thete lakea
Inhabited by the sreat northern pike or
tne matninonge, mm ia aiwuya eatuy ilia
Once more let ua repeat for the ben.ni
of tbote who do not know that the true
lUCKerei, euon aa lounu ror inttance In
treat numbera In Hulllvan county lakea
and other lakea In New York, New Jersey
nnu nuiiiri out nmira, nvrriisina; arnunil 1
pound, has never been authenticated
reaching a weight nf morn than tnnrni
Imately I pound", and S pounds la very
lara-e for that lltli. Any one who hat on
opportunity of getting lo the New York
Aiiuariuiu tan reniin note me uisiinctMii
tiitween thn pickerel, the great northern
plka and tha inaaklnongn. at they ueually
have repretrnt.itlvea ot each.
Hay, won't some of you fellows let up
on this and give a poor buelntee mas a
ettaatlon from making eueh eorrtotleas er
eomplalnts. You know It has got te be a
principle with the undersigned, where e
simply la forced to correct P'okeral mis
statements, Ac, or somebody says Nature
Factor" has shuffled oft his mortal eell
and gone to that bourne where we pope
the big neb seldom gets away. Be thank
ful I illdn't make a speech on this at the
big dinner! NATUBB FACTOR.
New York, Nov. 16.
shad Takes Hook Absentsniadedly,
so onoa again we are asked to thrill
over the prospect of friend shad being
added to the list of rame flsh.
Itevlval of thlt ancient hope In.the page
of TUB SUN whloh ahtnes for all anglers
may nil slaves of the rod with keen long
ing for the arrival. nf the aprlng run. But
It will create no panto among menuiae-
..... ne .h ,.ln.a
Meanwhile let the ezpeotant angler re
lieve tha tedium nf ths closed season by
turning hU attention to ths solving ef lets
difficult problems. The fourth dimension.
ror inaiance. or tne meniiijr m m
ant ot tha late William Patterson.
As Is avtrred by Illll Simmons and Kit
Clarka. shad have been taken with the
hook. There ta alto record of the bralnlrag
of n careless robin by n golfer's drive. The
gnwt of a ny riahermnn has been gobbled
on the back cnet by bal, Neither inci
dent, however, haa founded a new ferro or
sport. Therefore It Is my prayer that the
brother angler who tallica forth with rod
on the trail of ahad will not have ts de
pend upon hla catch to feed hla lock.
llrlelfy, lbs ahad that Impaled thtra
aelvet on the Clarke and HLmmons bsrbs
were vlctlma of abtentmlndedness or tem
porary aberration. They supplied ths ex
ception to prove the rule that the shad,
which In the ocean. Ita natural habitat,
aubtlata on atilmalcutae, goes on a hunger
strake when It makes Itt spawning pil
grimage up tha rivers.
Never on tie way up la It te be tarastef
no matter how appetlilng the lure. Itll
a fair presumption that ths few rare VM
tlma hooked annually from the ttesalag
millions of seaward returning ansa ewe
their downfall to a momentary return . ef
habit of feeding, as a crippled hnmaa bat
been known to subconsciously sera tab a
wooden leg or dip a fountain pea late
hla Ink well.
NoT Well, have It your way. t tee
that the family larder has a reserve saa
ply before you go angling for the.
Mr. Btoddart notea that shad have Mea
struck at river dams. Exactly te. Tears
back It haa happened In the Delaware at
Trenton and nt the Falrmount dam In the
Schuylkill nt Philadelphia. But centiatr
the Haters there crowded with bewildered
shad In open mouthed amasement at the
enforced endlni; of their aprln cruise,
while an Induttrlout angler from above
makes catt after cast snd well, a lot or
ttrangs thlna" have happened both on
land an t In the water.
Philadelphia, Pa , Nov. II.
Krelrn'a ThankagMns Day Oeteh.
Jake Martln't S pound acale would net
weigh the lieavleaticod taken on the Evelyn
yeiterday. It wat one of 9 taken by
Charles Black, and when weighed aahsre
I: tipped the acale at SJ pounda. It waa the
prize nth of the 1S cod caught. There
were two mettes of 10 each taken by sasx
Falber and Charlea Lang. Joe llllkt had
S and John Schubert T. .
captain Martin said ha found Indifferent
flahlng at the cholera groundi and went le
the Angler ll.inks, where ha found good
f thing. It mutt have been pretty fair, said
the genial captain, for I caught I myself.
t'mUlth tn the Fore,
rndSihlnr hat reallr come In strong, sc.
cording to the captain of the Glrslda. N
leet than 1: md were landed yestsrday,
and they were all of good size. 13. Cappsl
1 1 ul win lil nil book with V. Harry Mablea
jo pounder tonk the poe! money. The run
of flail waa the larrett thla season, and
there were many mtcbea of more than I.
P. Analey had S; 1 O Mailer. Ti C. athr
hardt. I; It. Heavers. S.
Rn AND UT.
ISS Pod Taught nn Lvel)n Thanksgtvlag.
112 Pod Cinitlil nn (.Irnlila Thnraday.
i iiiii. i;k hank ion riMtiNO.
RIDAI fl hall.). S A. M.rtr. Mon.isMB.,
UlnALUA t. j. I hiiI. II. Martin.
Dalit'. I A M etcept Mon. IMMLENT
("apt It. HANSEN. InlULtnl
rVn VM Hall.v. H A. M. etc. Mon. I Smn.,
CVLLTri 8 A.M. ('apt. JAKK MARTIN.
3htm Steamboat dc
ill no Str. TAURUS
.ar ii o a. aa. rrnm 1'ier i, n n., uita.a.
Bar. Kettaurant. Bait. Tackle, eta., on beard
tAUK. Weekdays. ll.Oi bundara, ll.ttV
M. J. R. III., firs.. 7:00 A. M. CHOLERA
M. J. K. II., M'NHW :t:m A. M. BANKS
M. J, R, II, a.m M. Ji R. UL
Vrem Wrege'a Uoik, Sheepthead Day.
CAPTB. rt!lTl Vt HICtiE 41 ttlt'U UAataL
leavet Clatone Point, Sat
urday, i V. M.. Fiat Hat
it.. P. M Iteturnt Sun
day 4 30 P. M., for cod, black and ling.
Pare 11. SO. Capt. llyora.
Special Satiirilov Night Trip. II P. It.
('(Ill AMI 111. AI KII4II.
ATVIFRIPA leav.t tho liattery akin
.a.,.a.atevr ,tay , a m. Fare,
bait, II .5, CAl'T I
SILVER WAVE HOTEL FREEPORT
ri.llll.VIIEKH AUK liiri.MI. Itowboal eat
ituncnts in lure, n. u. 1.11.1'I.ItSL.laKVat,
Kieeport. Telephone 26 Fretport.
ron. run. run.
ITI AllTIP r.vrty day except Hon. rrl.
AlLAIt I lu 'rn" Whlte'a Dock. W'k Lead.
i.a.iii,i,w , ..,.i o.. i.ni .....
R C LUNDY 8 A M ''""l' eacept Mondays
n.U.LUnul, .,,ij, punday T.
NIMBUS Wed . Thura. and fun.. I A. If.
PIIVIDU. ((t 2 ,, M Lundy'a Dock.
tineclnl Mailt Trtnt
. iir-utr iiiiii mil iirimy iti e i , m
MOCCHlSlN ,",cl' Hheepirfe'sd1'
IHUUUHUIH Fhotie Harlem HIT.
Tncadny nnd Sal unlay at S P, M.
SUNDAY. V nrinrs rut ..
EFFORT ?,"Llv "f -1""' r""" a. it
a.i twill fi.hnrn IVrl, Cl...n.i..., i "?
Cspl, Freddie Wrege and Archl- nuckne:
ciioi.rit ii ink-roiiiisiiiNo.
MMI.W Tt.10 A. M.
ELMAR !'" T ""li'irn t Hoi. Sheept.
head, dat.y I A M (IUS R AU,
WHITBV ."'''r'! ?"?.
niy. 1 A,
ROSABELL r'pi'MoIrafand'Fr.'d'.'yr ,!,
poii. run con
1-0 fun. Fare. Inc. ball.
nilHTnll AIIR llrnr
Pnl Ian II 'tally ec Mon A rrl. IY
COMMODORE ft;. h ;,
iraln Sunday Ui05 train II to Hen Wright.
ROSE R, II. xESiSl
GEORGIE M7--.Tr xntt. r.n
uluiiuil nn lt11, j.un J:M trar' T
I ln-1 1'svet Carman'a Dock, Wreck I.aaa
A I QFl dally M?n and Fr. !?f.
"" treln. isunuay a i train J Cermaav.
timrsrt Uf- I'.l.,.n.n.:, A,uc.k.' sheeM,a-
tllltliss" I?e uaiij, r. OI,,, A
velocity MirFrr- 'wfr.-ft-p.ar
sTwTMcKee.er k,' Wift'TFily
MIN(1 BK.tCH Iv lUmne't Dock, Sheese
bead Bay, I A. M. dally, Capt. MIchaeTsT