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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916.
Tennis Solons To-day Will Approve Ranking List and Discuss Advisability of Limiting National Singles Field '
VITAL MATTERS IN
tdiImIij iin ta nVi
Executive Committee Will Puss
on ltnnking List mid Pro
TO TALK AMATEURISM
Not since the United States National
Lawn Tennis Association was organized
In 1881 ha Its exccutlvo committee went
called on to consider as many vital
Questions as It will pies on at Its an-
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".'" "r"".:' :.ifionlli the owners, will bo the en-,
Any. Perhaps the first matter In order
of business will be the adoption of the
ranking list for 191C.
Then thcro will be the question of
establishing qualinVutlon for the na
tional championship singles, passing on
the rules for amateurism to be voted on
by the delegates at the assoclnliiti's an
nual conclave In February, and that old '
beto noire, the foot fault, which Is caus
ing more trouble than ever. Several
ether topics are to bo taken up. I
The ranking list an submitted by the
new committee, composed of Clinton 1..
Chllds, Charles (Jutland and Harry Scy-
snour of Pittsburg, J. C. Itoyon of Clcvo-
land and 11 H. Iteytiolds of Uayton.
promises to spring a few surprises. It ,
to an open secret that the name of .
Maurice. K. McLoughlln, once paramount i
In world tennis, will not be found among
tournament matches. Itlchard Norrls I
d. the national title holder, of I
course belongs at mencnuor tnensi.ana
there Is little question that second po.il- j
tlon will be given to William M. Johns
ton, who was relieved of the champion
hip by Williams last September,
Sboald Not Itlr Jup.
There Is some doubt In the minds of
followers of the game regarding the ,
av.iij,. Ui,inKtt, ,ir
etar. who, among other felts, accom-1
pllahed the defeat of Johnston at New-
port. The committee will settle that to-,
hy. If Kumagae Is eligible for rank-1
ing he belongs in n nign place, uui 10
eur way of thinking he should not be , capped at live goals each. (1. C. Hher
listed. It will be remcmlicred that even ; man of the Tigers Is rated at three
though Hugh Doherty, the English star, goals. Ileadlestnn Is a member of the
Won the American championship In 1903 Cock Itoblns. with De Similes and C. M.
he was not ranked nnd William A. Heckscher. Outdoors that would proba
J.arncd retained his place at the top of My be ranked tho beM tenm In the
the list, league. The teams and handicaps fol-
Kumagae Is perhaps more Intimately J low:
Annected with American tennis than ..JJf'SiSKS ga'Sg'SZi. l
Wa Doherty, but he Is still a foreign jtohfrt l.'h.nsn. :.
entry and as such does not properly be- Trlnniln A. . Hartle. Jr.. I: A. W.
long In our ranking list. If he should
be rated ho will probably be found In I
No. S. 1 De Saullts. :: I'rrry Hearilritnn. 3.
Leaving Kumagae out of consldera- ,V'lxht Carrier. V. II. Itandolph, o;
tlon. the first ten below William- and ) gin""' : ""b'rl I"x'n,k' 0: 8
Johnston are likely to Include Tt. Llndley 'oaks Kre'd Oilman, 1; Dr. n. Dleri, li
Murray, George M. Church. Clarence J. Walter ltn..bnch. l.
Orlffln. Wafon M. Washburn. Karl I n.z.r.p'r.om rnwihra. 0i Max Phillip-.
Bhr. Willis K. Davis and Theodore 11, 'nxtrw-John Be vine. 0; J. K. Meyer, li
Pell In the order named. It Is said that c. A. De Paull. I: o. J. iiu.lc o.
Behr has not played enough tournament , TIIK POIIKDL'I.K.
tennis to be ranked. In that event iw.nlr 11, Tlser vs. Cnck ltoblns;
Nathaniel W. Nllea Is very likely to
mnv. Inln lh nirr.,1 rlrel. Helnw Ihem .
eome Joe Armstrong. B. If. Whitney,
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William J. rlnthler. Wallace F. Johnson. I
T -.1 i,..i.nn ii..a..i t n-l,mnlr I
Morton. S. H. Voshell. Dean Mather
Alrlck If. Man. Jr.. Walter Merrill Halt,
Roland Roberts and Dick Harte.
Myrlek'a Plan Good.
The women's ranking list will nlso be
submitted nnd that may be headed only
by Miss Molla BJuretedt, national cham
pion on turf, clay and Indoor courts.
The matter of requiring certain qualin-
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has been gone over rather fully In n
report by Julian 8. Myrlck, president of 1
the West Side Tennis Club, who some
time sen was nnnolnted a committee of
one to handle the question. Myrlck's
auggestlnns to keep the Held down to
those who really have a chance of trav.
ailing some way In the tournament will i
Probably be ndonted. for If the issue Is
dodged now It will havo to be faced In
nore troublesome shape next ear.
nulcs to guide amateurism,, ns sent
presmem oi tne nssocinnon. win arouse
the greatest discussion In the meeting
to-day and still more heated debate ,
when nil the delegates get together here
In February. The Pacific
elation la strongly opposed
to the pro-'
posed clause which would make Ineligible
for amateur competition all those who
ell tennis and other sporting goods.
ChanKe In Double. Too.
The adoption of this rule would bar
McLoughlln, Johnston, Thomas Dundy
nd Johnny Strachan, n youngster who
bids fair to develop Into a star. Several
leading players In the Kast would also
be affected. The Pacific Coast Associa
tion held a meeting nt Oakland laat
Tuesday night and discussed ways and
means of combating the movement to
pass the proposed rule.
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There has been talk
Coast Association's resigning from the
national association In the event Its pro-1
testa are Ignored, but It Is hardly likely
that the hotheads will rule If accession
A,,.- nau.i.c vuiiiniiiien win cnnsioer
changing the present method nf deciding
ine national double chamn onsh nn i e-
In.m It.nl. Mnlonnl.i.,. .... ..v.n.I.Inu
.no ti..iiirn! ninivii. Ai.cre is some
viiancc ii.ui ciniiiK-rn win ue miiue in ine
tennis districts and that another division
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for eectlnnal doubles will be created.
Further encouragement of Junior tennis
win niso come up ror notion.
The executive committee consists of
twenty men, Including President Ocorgc
T. Adee, Vice-President A. L. Hokln.
Secretary ICdwin F Torrey nnd Treas.
lirer Itlchard Stevens.
TT A T niTT- mnnTiT ,,m
aiawni YiVVULANU LL&UtM.
Favored o win rial. Coif Title
Boston, i)Cc. 7 j j. j,j:iIot!e nnd P.
M. Smith will meet nt IS hole Saturdny
to decide the club championship of
Woodland (lolf Club. Malone has played
top golf most of the year nnd hi recent
defeat nf John H. Sullivan. Jr.. for the ,
Frost trophy makes him a favorite nvcr
n.uiui, ill iriii.il ine penil-lllini .Mil OIK'
won from li. i. i..in i... i ,..,.i .. . ,
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French hv s nn'.i - n.wi v xi n"i..' '
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man ny nerauu. Mm h came through
with victories over W. It, Sides by 8 an
fi, W. It. .Sharp by 7 and 5 and II w
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Hplcer by fi nnd 5,
GOLF TITLE FOR LEHANE.
Hard Malrhr. Find Co mm 011
nenllh Plnrr In Lead,
Boston, Dec. 7. Hubert C Lehnne
won the Commonwealth v.untry Club
golf championship, defeating In the ilual
round of 3 holes L. P. Morris by 7 and
of John .1 Sull3,lJVe,'bm "'"""""i1
final Br. ...i,.. u... ......... V" l"'" .
final green, where Hulllvan missed a long
.... 11 11,111, m inn second round L
luno hud to play seven extra holes to
"arii on ueieai at the hand, of W. U.
RED SOX MAY PLAY DODGERS.
,ltni. I,H.CI In I'lR.h In Series of
" to tt
Boston, Dec. 7. Tlir world c!i.imjlon
Boston Americans and Ilia Brooklyn
train, champion of the National l.engue,
' probably will renew their baseball strug
gles of last October In an oxnioiuon
scries of game. In tin; South next spring.
Ilnny Friizee, tho new ptesllent of the.
lloston dub. said to-night that l'l ce
dent KhbctM of the Brooklyn club fa
vored tlio Idea and hid already partly
made arrangement to transfer the
Hrooklyn training camp from Daytona,
Florida, to Hot Hprlngs, Ark,, where the
Hcd Sox will prepare. The. tour nan tho
approval of President Johnson of the
Ametlran League, according to Mr, Fro
zee. Fraice and Hugh Ward, the Ited Kox
owners, cum here to-night for the first
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Jo.eph Ullmln K,.Veial weeks ago.
l.niinln will meet them to-morrow to
conipieio ine details oi me saie.
.Most important or mo prouiems con-
mm.nl of n m.Minr for Ihn train .
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F. C.trtlgun will return as lender for at i
least another ve.ir.
BE ADLESTON WILL
DT AV INTllllU Dill A
fLfll lrlliUUll lULU
Outdoor Still' ot l.ntpil II jell
wuiiioiii mill ,m mum Jiir.ii
est for Tournament at
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olo tournament nt Durland's. which
-uiniiriiiiuii . ii ine luuuii ruuiii ,iiuvi
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tilvl.1 n.Mt Kn I.aivi... nn H..mh.r 11
It is hoped to complete the tourney on
New Year's eve. John De Saulles, for-
mer Yale quarterback, has donated cups,
for which iteven teams are to play, Kach
team Is composed of three men and the
mntrhes will hn rnmltieteil mi n handlcun
i-erry iieameston. wno is raieu one oi
n.e best players In the country out-
doors. Is topped by several men In the
Indoor handicap list. He is rated at
three goals, while A. Hartle, Jr., and
a. w. Kinny of the Triangles ore nanui-
Klnny. 5: H. 8. Croiman. P. M. Oood-j
n:,,vv',,.h.1 ' n.rk.rh.r . John
13. Tr!nnir m. lik; IS. Cock Itol.lnn .
.'nks. and Zeros s. .Weight Carrlerat 1..
Van.. ,a ,l.lia 11 I , i j
uirhi i;rier:' so. bk. v. Tirars
Wcliht c-lrrlera . Tlarra nnd Trlancles 1
vs. c-ock Itohlnsl 24. Zero vs. Trlnncles:
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cock iio.iins una rriancies vs. ie.cni
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kfli 1 , 1 . 1 w . 1 in. . . v , . , , . v. a , . . .
CALL FOR TRACK CANDIDATES
Coach Itrlculf (lalllnea Reason's
Plan at Colnntlila,
Trarl: pro-pects at Columbia received
their lit Impetus jesterday when Nel-
nnn Mnlealf. who will enneli the trnek I
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,eam xhl 'ear' called out the eiju.-ul for
a talk on the scaoon's plans. Twenty
members of last year's team met the
coach and promised to come out for
Metcalf outlined the echeduln for the
Indoor and outdoor seasons, but dl-J not
announce the dateo. He jilans to hold a
series of four Interclass and Intermural
rrteets during the winter In order to
brln out all possible material In he
university. A number of entries will be
meet and a dual Indoor meet w l be
staged with N. Y. U. If a suitable date
can bc arranged.
Three meetx will be held next anrlnr
.th Mrnwn r-nleat nnrl the Vaw
F SMermuie l,a.
HARPER IS RETAINED.
.Voire Dame Football Coach Men.
for Three More Yeara.
NoTnR Dame. Ind.. Dec. 7. Coach
Jesse Harper to-day accepted a contrnct
to remain an director of athletics at
Notre Dame for three years.
The following men will receive mono
grams this year: Capt. Cofall. John Mil
ler. Bergman. Phelan. Baujan. Cough
lln, Ilachmnn, Hydzewskl, Degree, Mc
Inerney, Whipple. Slackford, Orant,
Fltzpatrlck, Phllbln, Ward. Andrew..
. k ne nnd Jleac her.
OTTVTWO TT AH.T efiirrmrTVIs
1 Oi-iVinS XtiAM 0jlit,ULhll,
Kiiuinrer Will Piny Wr.lryan
. rleven on Oelohrr 1.1
h""n " "c,0,,cp 13
.-wppletown, conn., uec.
' WAalavfin 1 Tnlvprall V
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le for the tlrst time, nnd the gnmn with
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Bowdoln. which for the past eight year.
' has been played here, will be played on
. ine imwooiii Krounu ni jinmswici;, Me,
j Tho schedule follows:
.".ptemher 19 Connecticut Agricultural
'College ut Mlddisionn.
' .',7.,ntr,HnoJ" ,,,l,ml H'nt Collega
"'oeioir IJ-Hfien. at MMdlstown.
iictnher :o New Vnrk l.'nlverslty at
, rictoi.er it
-Amherst at Amherst.
November 3 Williams at Mlddisionn.
.oveniner lu uowtioin .c itrunswlck.
November 17 (,'otumbla tit New Vork,
JOHN N. COLBY IS DEAD.
I(iinl.rd High n I'oolbnll Player al
1 Ianoi 1:11, N, II, Dec. 7. John N,
""'y . ,,r"n'llno, Muss., for threi
. v,n rs ii ipiiprini. I nil inn 1 in mm,,., r..,
I ,, . 1 w . '
' hall team and one of rre most nrom nent
membeis of the class of 1910. died early
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, "",r 1,1 from pleurisy and pnou -
n",nla' The nnnouncement came as a
..,n1,.tA unrFuu ... . . .L
m- ih'ih io ine
Hospital omy inieo nays aR0,
Colby for tine.! years was n guard on
..in (iMi.ti... ivt.iii. in- was cnairnian nr
hi Junior prom commit tee nnd president
nf the collcce club. Hi. rnnkail hu.h
II,. vnt.t.-.i i.it-
' a football player. He was ono of the
. leaflet of his cl.'is ll. every ttellvl.v
a very popular man. He was a member
', of the Beta Thela PI fraternity,
START ENGLISH BILLIARDS,
,h" rnin f'h Amateur
' r ony-secoiMi sireei room last night (
Cluxton defeated .1, Chapman by a score
ni iuv in i oi m nny innings. The win
ner made a high break of 27, while
Chapman's best effort netted him 22.
To-nlg ht W. Davles will meet Q, Barron.
BULL AND RILEY
BEATEN AT SQUASH
Rnnkittp Plnycrs Lose Matches
in Class A Team Contests
With Yalo Club.
YOUNG HARVARD TAR
Several upsets featured Class A
matches In the Metropolitan Squash
League tournament yesterday at the
Talc Club and Ilrnoklvn Heights Casino.
ti, mi, ..,.. .'..i.,,..,,,,., -.....
team defeated the l ale Club. 4 to 3, but
Charles M. Bull. Jr.. and Armln V. Klley
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of the winning team, ranked second ami
. .Z '""I l nlavTrY of ' e
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cooniry. were among me aeicaieu piny
The Harvard Club, champions of
won from Heights Casino. 6 to 1,1
but the star of the Harvard team. J. V.
Appel, Jr., who won the fall tournament
I of the National Squash Association, was
I The victory achieved by the Prince-,
C.'"b ,,a'fr.s BaVc t,l,em ,
''"I1 ln,,l"' ,''aB.1!,, wlth. two ,,r'u.mp'"'
" n ,,fn,,, further It provided any
amount or gorsiii wnen A. J. i;oraier oi
aie won in straight games rrom null.
and Stewart H. Johnson of Yale was
equally successful against Itlley. Neither
; Bull nor Riley played with the accu
racy they can be expected to show later
In the season nor with the aggressive-.
nes of the Yale victors. Hitting too
lnnr Wfis n fntill nf llie r.inklni- nl.ivers. I
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1 Cordier and Johnson were steady, care-
fill and energetic enough to keep the 1
siurs in ine Kanie wary. cornier ue-,
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nln.'er In Ha llnenn nnrl frnm Ihn man .
ner In which he began It seems likely
Harvard will be hard to keep from the '
title again this year. JIc Is Frank S.
Hyde, a brother of A. M. Hyde, nnd he
was graduated from Harvard last June. I
I'lnvln. nvnlnal .Tnuhti!t O liw. rhatn. I
plop of Heights Casino. Hyde won by,
i& 10, ir s. lie piayeu a lasi, ag-
gresslve game and was particularly
strong In his gets. Appel. who was
beaten ly Hudolph Ooepel of Heights.
worked hard to avert defeat and man-
nKr)j ,0 j,rn)r the second game to 13 all.
hut then Ooepel ran out five aces with
out a miss.
J. Ford Johnson had a chance to avert
defeat for Yale, when with only two
points needed for n- victory over Ken
neth Stern Johnson failed and Stern
won. This gave the Princeton-Squash
outfit the team laurels, i lie summaries
of the Prlncetnn-Stuash Club match
against Yale follow:
A. J. Cordlrr. Vale, dfftnleil Ci JI. null.
.. M.llls.li Club. 15 . IS 10: Stewnrt
Johnson. Vale, defeated Armln .
I!llv Pr.nralnn. H t. IS II: W II.
Vnndfr'l'oel. fqulh Club, defeated J. II,
Wllllama. Vale. IS I. IS J: John Tnvlor.
Princeton, defeated J. Walker 3d. Il,
151, is S ; Harold Tohey, rrlnceton. de.
feated J, K, Silllman. Vnle, 1510. IS :
Alan Torey. Vale. lefealel Pr. II. II. Mix
sell. Princeton. 151!. 15 Si Kenneth .
Stern. Princeton, defeated J, Fan John
son. Jr.. Vale. S IS, 1714 IS II.
The summary of the Harvard-Heights
Casino match follows:
K. H. ll.vd. Harvard, defeated
o. Low, neicnis. ii in. is i
llJi.Vi .1 uiTtin. viae.
i ir' lleie"". r "Vi 15 ?:
Da'na. Ilarv.i'rd. defsnted fldyal K. T.
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Itlaaa Ifalahts. 1510. 1 17. It. 11. Co
.-.it.urii. Jinn.iu. .1. trm i, ...,,.
ms 9. IS 1: v. 11. V. nacKeii. iinriarn
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28 GAMES FOR YALE.
s,onthern Trip Will Start Bn.y
Mea.oll ior l.lla.
Xkw Haven, Dec. 7. Yale's baseball
schedule, announced to-night, contain
twenty-eight game, with provisions for
third games with Harvard and Princeton
if necessary. The first game, to be
played on the Southern trip, will be with
Trinity at Durham, N. C. on April r.
. Southern Trio Anril 3. Trinity nt Pur-
ham. N. C; April . Agricultural and Me-1
rh,3J'f" ,vArf inll roUn t hJn.i
, i April . iMihoili Un".r.PHt
Washington. l. C :
April 10, lUorsetown
l " ""Ji1""',,'-' iH. n v v.i,
Xatlonals .u iv"nrk April l Pennify.
' ?ini. PhlUdelnhU TMa V lioly ?ro
nt Worcester: May if. Cornell at Ithnct.
..lime 9, Hrown at Providence: June 16,
Princeton at Princeton. June :o, Harvard
I at .Cambridie. . .. ..
Home dunes April 17. Vordharn: Anrll
It. Lehigh; April IS. Amherst: April :,
i-niumn.a; .May vtiu.ams; aiay 1, vir-
May 13. Pennsylvania; May 1, Ilrown: May
I -3. Lafayette; May 30. Cornell; June 3.
Princeton; June 8, Holy Cross; Jun 13,
Tufts: June U. Harvard.
in case or n tie in the Harvard nnd
Princeton series the third, games proba
bly will ba played at New York on
cither June 23 or Z6.
TKa SHUUTIMO AT MALBA.
Serr Cluhhonae Ilalll, for Sport al
I.ng Island Orsanlsallon.
Members of the Mnlba Field and Mn-
rlne Club have inaugurated n trip shoot-
Iffiref'S-rf - a!I .o
Iran lnvn.lt has been mu,l i.n.Us .l,n
' expert 't'i !jX vLC T"""
CXpert, J. I, (Jack) Hinnlng. A spec 111
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"f ,h,e B.,ln, cl,lb' ,,as ofrfred a Irophy for
.the heal loner run nin.ln lipfnra Chr nr.
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! ,m ru" ",au0 ueir i-nrist-
Among the most enthuslatlo members
of the club's gun shooting division are:
Byron K. Kldred, Major Charles Wylle,
William 8. Champ. Dr. D. A. Harrison,
William ( Demurest, It. W Sampson,
Hay Palmer. J. P. Fcrnsler. F. Lums
den Hnre. K. P. Hoe, William Ballll.',
James Hlley, K. O. Champ. II, M, Truett,
K. D. Spencer and C. II. Woodrow.
MORE BIKE TEAMS SIGNED.
McXamara and Spear, to Harp In
Another team for the six nay bicycle
grind at tne Harden was booked yester-
day. The team consists of lleggle Mc
N.imarn and Hob Hpears. Tills team
I won last year's event, but was dlsquall-
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tied In Iho list foia, ml.i.ilea nf .k ,.,..1
MC(l !" I?" rcw minutes of tho taco'
for foul riding by Upears. Mc.Naniara
.Rent the si.ectatorn on their feet i nrtii?
ih ..i V i, u i.V.i. 7.n,i,,. , .
, 'h " "prl '''"L"";1
'wnexwl the bulk of the prize money of -
. fi.reil fne Hneelal events.
I speurs is in uiuy riutr in in. nnme io
havo beaten Champion ! rank Krnmer In
av.tcn u. i.i...... nnm ..a. aui.iiiicr, no
wol vo out of rcvt" "PrlntM ut the
I NTaimn rlr V'olriI rnm Tii-a t'.fs lannm
Newnrk Velodrome, Two more tennis
signed yesterday consist of Clarcnco
Carman und Ccorgo Wiley nnd Hobby
Walthour and Vlctnr Llnart, Walthour
In working out on the Newark track and
expects to be ut his best when the field
goes to the post a week from Sunday
WILLIAMS A WINNER.
lUbTIMoiiB, Md.. Dec. 7. "Kid' Wilt
lams, claimant of Hie world's bnulttm
weight championship, outclassed Billy
Fltxslmmons if New York In a ten round
no decision bout hers to-night.
. uricuiru n, biiiiiu.r, irai,". . I. " . - .. - .
1511. IS 1ft: o. M. Ilinhniore. Harvard, by .'3 lo 10 and Pennsylvania took the mil" the t.lurv r ,iue In It
t defeated T. II. Iieardsiey. iisisni. is l. measure of the Wolverines by 10 to 7. Tener stopped In Pitts
t iv i.n.r , ii.rr.rj is-) 1113 ."my io oi tne games, Army-Notre Last, where lie w. sforcc
BLACK BARRED BY
NO YALE TRADITION
Ells Have Had Four Double
Term Captains, H in key
B13XNI0X TO HELP PENX
Cupid" Black could have had tho
captaincy of the Yalo football team for j
nnnil,.r hut nni nf i,it h ,..
dared to bo regard for Ull tradition hu I
was proniptcu to aeci nc ami give An ,
Oates a chance. It Is extremely difficult I
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.o iMuiiiinvu w urvillic UIIU Rill' rtii.1
to see wherein Blark would have vlo-
m rro miv.r..i u v,uuui ..uvu v.u-
lated a tradition In accepting a second
lerm. ror examination or aie reiorn
prdVCS that the 111UO lias Had fOlir (lOUl)lO .
le '" ?' fwo ,., ran,nln, wprn
such celebrities as Walter Camp and ,
Frank Hlnkey. The llm double termer
whs i:. V. Itarker In 1S7(S and 1477. I i
jS7s the foOWK Heaon Camp'
I led the Iltue. while In 1SS2 mid HS3 K.
Tompkins was the captain" Hlnkey pi
Inted Yalo In 1S03 and 1894. Hlnkey'
,cl1 mm to victory over Harvard
both years, and while Yale lost to Prince-
inn in issn r. i n u .ir,.i..i n,
Tigers In Hlnkey's second year of lead-1
ershlp by H to o. i
In view of these facts we are still
looking for the tradition which Black i
feared to violate. However, It was c-
trcmely thoughtful and snortsmunlllt.j '
for Black to have held the view he did. ,
tin .t Via a1i.,.i,ia .. n.t
- ' ..... ' V. I I I L' 1 V. Ill A I puinuu, IliMI
while he will not bo the captain ho will t
still have a chimco to exert the lnllueitca i
-rt the lnllueitca .
big a factor In I
ior cnoo wnicn wns so niir a raeior in
,iaics success, especially nt Princeton
. v . - - - .
'.... . . ..... . I
J...,,.:. Z, . "'l . .u"7 . UT
ft e.ltilnln nf .1 ranlr llinl alinitl.1 l,a In
keeping with his calibre ns a pliyer.
dates was n remarkable tackle this year
for the reason that he had been con-
verted from an end and possessed the .
qualities of good performers In each
sneclsll v. i
To Help Penn.y Prepare. .
As regard Pennsvlvanla's football
Oreg n al la i jejw '
, th. oif. fnr ih. i.i I
roiweu noes noi ne-
lleve his coaching
In preparing the Quakers for the test
Folwell recognizes that he has no reai i
l'."e ,0nOrtrn M' c ". ha.f ""tol
ime on ureifon s style nnd nas eniuteii
Fred Bennlon. coach of the Montana ,
Z .?V-,nln I en.?il m 1 ,
',r' !.n"V U.cm.,l?.n .w 11 ,n'et
ini i ni ' . . .. r" ,1
?,nkr "In pfdSftlon't ??houin "h0"'!
t'hl n.' nddl,lon to hnwln ""rn on
Ka.t Kcllpaed Wrsl.
Six times the East met the West on
the gridiron this year and five times the
Past left the field victorious. Hvrnitn,
spoiled the chance for a clean record
when It was beaten by Michigan bv
11 to 13. It was a mighty close call
for the Weal, nt thnt.
Colgate started the subjugation of the
West when It defeated Illinois by 1.1 to
.1. Then Tufts, fresh from victory over
I'x Then Tuns, fresh from victory over
I Harvard and holding Princeton to 3 to
1 0. triumphed over Indiana by l; to 10.
. . ,.ll .1 ...1.1. n-. ... .
The Army followed with a 30 to 10 sue-
cess oier Notre Dame and Syracuse los
111 the Kast
In ltn relations with the South tho
Kast did not surfer a defeat. Washing-
ton nnd Lee held Itutger to n tie, 13 to
13. nnd West Virginia tied Dartmouth,
The rumor of n Prlnceton-Mlchlgan
ime has been revived. Iteport ha. It
that the Tigers and the Wolverines are
to meet at Princeton on October 27. 1!17,
nnd that the Tigers are to go west In
Princeton nnd Michigan last met In
18S1. when the Wolverines lost three
a'"'' ln ,hn Ka- 'ulck niccesslon.
a,e w" '' 11 to - I'rlnceton by 13
' to 4 and Harvard by , to 0. In 1SS3
K ..ir " , , " , 1"ur
fme within one w;eek-Just Imagine n
cam doing that In the present era. That
invasion wns disastrous, for .Michigan
lost to ale. Harvard and esleyan, but
at Stevens Tech by something llko
90 to 0.
CALLAHAN SHADES SIMLER.
Chick, nb.llnllna; for Pierre,
(Uvea Brooklynllr Hard Ilaltle.
V.O.CK Bimier ot ncranton sunstnu e
ior ...irry .erce. wno wns scne.iuie.i
... uui riaimn. iiuMiis.. .i mismiyn in
i"'", "'"'. '""
j' "n," Z ',. s h
V"'. ." ,or. r,.," " J.i .I..1 ,m,,.r.f'
. .. . .. . " "'"i
fal nlmn .1 in Hockley whn u th Pml.li
Mullen manages the club, wi nre er
cnarge against nun with the state Ath-
..., .. i .. i. , .. ... . , . ....
- r."K earl 'ec0"' roilll.1 (..ll -
....... ., .... ....
hVW a'nd paVthilly1 IdiiXi'
.-.inner in nines, caunnan gave a spien-
inn rMiiinuon ot nil I ! up and mocKlng
, ., .... .... ..
.nil. lit- nuiia. i.iivii u inn ii.im ine 111:1111
r.aA0n whv so manv of ih llehtu-..iA.i,.
ileclino to meet tho Brooklynlte,
HARVARD TRACK MEN OUT.
..ui ii i.imi-r n'srir io i.ei
. 1 , .. ., ... . .1
Plner. on llelnv Trsun
- ' ......
CAMmilPOE. Mass Dec. 7 -Harvard
track candidates to-day rn.orle.1 for the
" . "-'; ..".i
attention will be given to tlio shotputlers
ami hurdlerH while the relay men nre
irettlni- Iho klnltH nllt of their leeu Tun
f.!.J. M V. J iL ., ,. ii ,B
vncancIeH occur In the ehort distance re
by the Kind -
lay teams this year, caused
I ..".. ... !...,. , .,.. n.: .i..
' " " """ ''?"
; '" ' h . ' ' " , ' . '"'''' , V " '
' ,, , . "r...1""''1'''.'.0!10 ru"
ll.l.l .1 IIIV" ..mi .t.i,., ,i-ri.i.it..
i.llng candidates for the
tenm mo (ociresiiiii
Among tho leu
.... ,, ..
IOI1K llismilie in
, In the hurdle. .Marg .onie, a senior,
Is expected to return to form, and IM
. ,0WH(1 (unir. ,0 won his "H" In
. ..'. '' ... . ..... ..
ino vale meei iusi year, Htiouui uo wen.
M , , Simons, a sophomore, Is also u
J KOO,i timber topper. The freshmen will
,n 1 1 . 1 1 a wncit. win. ihn e.stitioii or
. the relay, men, until i-prlng
l i I ... . i . i
Harvard ugaln nppeurs to be weak
the lleld events, but with the aid of
Pooch Donovan's coaching good jnen
may and should be uncovered.
. . ... .
MOORE DEFEATS STONE.
(leorge Moore, national three cushion
billiard champion, added another victim
to his exhibition list last night when
he defeuted Joe Hlone, .'II to 14 lit
Thum's. Hlone proved , protlcleul ut
Hafely play and forced Ih'e chumplon In
go nlnely-elght Innings before he could
collect hi needed point. Moore bad a
high run ut 5 and Stone one of 4.
i in aim .uiii,ii-.iii.iiiKaii. nert iiiiiyeu eonif ui iurni'3 ireyinss
HOWISON AGAIN VICTOR.
Canadian Continues to
Majrr at Ralkllnr,
Leonard Howison, the Canadian balkllne
billiard expert, continued to show the way
to Joseph Mayer In tho fourth of their
five night ls:2 match at Daly's, win
ning by 300 to 237, and making his total
1,200 to 903 for Mayer. Neither player
was In exceptionally good form last
night, many missel being mado on BhotH
which appeared simple.
llowlson started the evening's enter
tainment with a run of 71, and threat
ened to mako u high average, but he
neglected his opportunities thereafter
until near tho end of the game, when ho
mado a .ceond run of 71. Mayer was
sadly out of tho rnco for the greater part
of the distance, but managed to get his
Mroko working, making 8G points in the
final Inning. The llnal block of tho
n!"!ch ,vl" ho I'laycd to-night. Last
niulit it sllmniurv!
- - - " - - -
Leonard noson-?l, II. . I, 3. si. 4
u. is. r. n .. on -i n t
'' V'' 'J:V- !!
. . .:- ' "- -:
Vf,,;,. 4 "i.ji. iir.nj titsl i 00
jm. PhM;cr J:, . 19. o. t. 3, in, 17,
T, .. O. I S, I N. 1 11. O, 1, in, O, a, 14. N.
Total, iv, 7. Illsh run 8tf. Avcrujo la 3.J1.
Ur.nd lu.ai uua.
rtrinnniin IT I linn
D DUDD 1 D 11 If A I IC17
II I'illl'ill I l' I II H 1 1 111'
D00DMTTIT FTAnilflJi.i i "V" f,",r n.e,Tr7 f,r,om,
hSSHN A i (MfAMK ',CrC lra"C" Mr UIC,;ard J- .
IJUUlJllliniJ XV UniUll that If Carpentler has taken on as much
hp,.!,,,. Vntinnnl I niiriii !
nH "CUIIICS .ailOIiai l.l.affHL ,
President in Discussing
II r l'lti:HKIlK'K (J. I.li:n. .
Th . . ,., ,.,i..
Tha baseball contract recently ,
nar-A ihn rnm, ni,M IA l,i n .n
. . .. .. . ,
"l'l rove., ny ine .-National commission .s
built UKin the basic foundation of pro-
Sessional baseball-the reserve clause
""M 'resident Tener of the Nutlonal
League yestctday upon his return from
Chicago, where, tin n member of the
National Commission he assisted In the
drawing up of a new form of contract,
'm i i.n ............. i
Erected on the tcsere clause, and the
pl.i els lu.d It every bit as much us the
. ... ...
owners, vwinom it naseii.ui would oe
y, -ms l, wiih a
c..go club need Cincinnati and St. Louis
- ... ....
,"'"u ilielr business."
Timer said there was no oonosltlon
ho.u , he fraternity , nlnclnu the re"
I serve and len day clauses In the new'0' lighting for the small purses that ho
''Whenweidlminate;. the injury clause
1 entirely from the new contracts, we
merely Interpreted the spirit of the con-
tracts that have existed In the past."
i "'' former ivnn. Vlvan a ilovernor.
..MnJor ,caKUB t.ub4 ,lavc uw.,yi, pa)(,
I the nalarles of players injured In its ser-
ice. as tar nack as 1 can recall. i:ven
if an Injury clause did exist In the con
tracts it never w.l enfnrreil.
Conferred Will. Ilreyfaa.
"There was some talk that .1 club
I owner should bc protected In the event
.that a player rccoerlng from an Injury
'tried tn lmf n ii,. 1..1, 1 iu...-.-. ..1,...
ers who would stoop to do that are far.lhe,c',y y"J"day. tried for some days'
:n the minority, but there are players ,0 ""luce Wel.h to make 133. ringside.
who have not hesitated mine such for 11 bout wl,n KHhane, but the Briton
who nave not hesitated try ng such
tactics. For Instance, a p'.ajer whv had
hurt his leg may tiy to favor that leg
1 .. . 1 . , . . .
long nfter his Injury Just so he may sit
In the cool nf the lench. However,
decided to ellml
burg on his
d to listen
However, the Onvernor did much to
smooth out Harney' rullled feelings and
convinced hlni that till was not such
a bad world afler nil.
Dreyfuss Intended tn come to the New
V..r!: meetlni? n..v,
ll..rr.nTiin' l,-i,l ,a , l,.,lrmrin ..f t...
National Commission, but it now Is said
"arney is iviiiiiik io lorgive :inu lorgei.
,. . .,
an i.ih. i..iiier in i'.iiM.iir iusi niKni.
Pittsburg repoits quote Dreyfus ns
being anxious to punish Mcliraw fur
granting interviews In which he said he
would like to have Mnmaux on his team.
Tener said, "Such enses are as old ns
baseball. Suppose some baseball write
should nsk Lbbets, 'How would you like
Hoinsby on your club? Kbbets naturally
would reply. 'He Bure would lit In mighty
, ." rf,1' mls"t
MrGrnvr Case fietlled.
"Tlie next day the writer may come unnecessirtlv. I,ewi recently boxed
out with ii i story, 'Kbhets wants Hornshy. I()hMny arlhlths nt Hlnkel's club in.
ii, inn. biiui uiiui,. 1,1,11 mr uiiri wi
HoinsbyTs club may accuse Kbhet or
tampering with one of his players when
Kbhets Is entirely Innocent nnd did no
more than nnswer ;a reporters question.
, That Is how practically all of such case
Whether the McOraw case will come
up at ,hc. anmli meeting of the National
League Tener refused to say. "So far
as I am concerned the McOraw case Is
f ,K !,T' "However. I do not
K,,ow wlla.t w" li'H'Pcn t the meetings
next week, ine various cum owners
...n, .... i .... .. . .. .n. .
' . " .V.' I . ....
In ndvance what questions they
' bring ud."
V-"""" W, "",,J
."' a. -e
, , . . ...........
10 urn 11 esier.liy liner
an exieniie.i ansence nom nc cnv.
. . .....
Donovan attended tho minor league
meeting In New Orleans and then put
In several weeks In Macon, where ho
' took up the question with the owner of
I the Slate fair grounds of erecting a
, training house near the ball park
The isew iotk cum intend to equip a
.. .. . .... . .
.frame building several Hundred yards
.... .. .... ,. ..,...,. ....
MMm ,,eat, shower batlis and other
(ralnini! pa.aphernalla. "Such a train-
n,K house will save the players from
-minlmr the mile nnd a half back to ibe
,,' 'V a .1
"0 1 " 111 1 HOIn,""'0!' I"
mill." ild Donovan.
ajkc when I formerly wanned nn a
. " , . ' . .. f" ,' , i!,J.
l'l,tllpr and used hlni foi a few inning
I'llllliT llllll usei
I was forced to send him right back to
the hotel so he would not stand around
1 In the wind and get chilled, Now I will
, 11, , i 1,1,,, . .... r,,, i
1( ,n ,l,m "", l"Iiouio to
g''t hlH "nn nibbed and put on a dry
1,. afler which h. n Ve mu ,0 work
lleldlng bunts or shagging files,
, n. ,.,..., .,,-..,, in,,d ...
"'"" " - "
"tiirt Jlalsel at cecond base, with fledeou
sciond choice, and an outfield consisting
a 11..... .....1 ........ .. i.i. ,-..
"i msiii .nnsiv him. ..hihhih-j, n..n .n..
drx In reserve, lie says tho Pall Lake
City rlub has been after liedcon for
some lime and even irieo io ret mm
I before the end of last season.
In, "However. 1 Intend tn hold
tilt,... f .. .1 i
. Joe," said Wild Bill, "us I still am con
i vlnce.l that he will tome throuuh nnd
, ......... : .
,i , ,.iit.ii, .i, .niinni ...c
could lilt last spring, when he met the
, ....it....- , , ,
..... ........ iiihi . i.iiieic .. ...ess was
.ntil Ipft ili p.iiium (if lilt ylnnin "
CLINTON FOOTBALL LEADER
Frank lioldnwsk), lie Witt Clinton's.
l.ft tackle, was elected captain for next
season last night. Clinton will lose nine
members by graduallon, Halur. Hovlng,
FlUiibhohs. Ilrodll, McNully, K. Klsen
berg, Thompson and Htenrns.
Promoter Certain Trench
Champion Will Consent to
Box in This City.
WELSH TO MEET KILBAXE
Military censorship, or possibly a short
circuit In the Atlantic cable, may be" dc-
lavlnff ihn rnMramm io-Tex Itlckard an
, nounclnir thai Oeoree Carnentler has
i , . . ,. i
, ftlfftli.fi Ihj.Mi T,t ntil' event Hie
1 . ' '.
u,,ac"'a message did not arrive c.icr -
day. However, Mr. Itlckard feels con-
lUlont that ho will set the glad tldlnga In
, .. ;
mo very near future, until no n ears
.definitely from the French champion he
' tan"ot make "" further progress In his
' i . i... ..rniler
Plans to stage a bout between Carpcntlcr
and Wlllard or Darcy In Hit Garden.
While waiting for news from romc-
weight ns Is reported, and now scales
190 pounds, he would not feel that a
! inuleli wllh WMLirrl nnnM he n nnn sided
c with Wlllard would be a one sided
In that event he would feel Jusll-
; i.H in niiiiliiir ihem in ihn rlrnr. The
' only contingency In which he would sign Pittsburg, secretary, and Elmer E.
Darcy would be exorbitant demands on,sl,aner, Pittsburg, manager nnd treas-
the part of Wlllard or his managers,
It Is evident that Itlckard, with keen
business Instinct, will play Darcy ngalnst ,
Wlllard, and while he expresses the opln-
Ion that Wlllard would be the best druw-
lnR .ho I)romoler wouId bc , ft p0.
... ..uu... ...
h,on to resist extravagant propositions
by Wlllard and still have a good attrac-,
tlon in Darcy and Carpentler.
nieknnl Iin p. c'urlry.
Itlckard paid his respects to Jack Cur- '
Icy, who has been arscrttiig that Wlllard ,
will not be a p.niy to the deal except his
terms are met. Itlckard said that when :
he was In Chicago he was assured by
'ara inai curiey had no posslhle oice
In the manucemptit. utnl thnt Tntn .Innsi
---- , "VV. : . ... 7
, '-"r''.- . ..
would not nay an v attention whatever to
From Australia comes a story to the
",PCl Inilt "rcy. Dcrorc leaving Us na-
' anl. told a friend that he wa.i tired
dances he wanted a chance to earn
enough In. a few good ring battles to put
M ' on easy street He s.ild he ex-
1 1'ected to get big money In America, and
. that Tier he had '.rovld
,le would the J0, ,ho co
for his family
colors nnd go to
Kllbane Yield 10 Wrlab.
jonnny Kiinane nas surrenderea to
Freddie Welsh on the question nf weight.
and Jhe champions or the featherweight
-'eht divisions will meet in a
1 ,en rund,?,ut ln ,hl" cUy w'"11" K
months. Kllbane h manager, who left
". u"ul "ul
, "" refuse.l to make any we
,h'u al which he won the
1VIIIU llltMi... nam.lv 11-.
vtriKiik vv i-n
the title from
HHe Illtchle. namely. 135 pounds nt
, " 1 M
Afler a number of conferences Kll
lu lie's representative consented to make
1 tho match at tho Englishman's term.
toiThe bout will iresuninbly take place nr
Iihe nnrrlen nrnvl.led the nren.i N then
III commlMilon as a boxing club. Kll-
bane will doubtless weigh 12S pounds
when he enters the ring, and Welsh
would have about ten pounds the best of
T.. n.,.lr.nl a.ll hiva n -A,,,....,,, n ii.-..
to-day noon nt the auction sale of Madl-
son Square (inrden. it i s.i m tno .-sew
turs I.MP a... us llir tu.ri uuiiivi,
lllcl. Co.! of iiominn onie.ta.
The nrnmnter. ihronchout the conn -
. . .. , . i. 1 l.aptin and wlist Ma Hie r.-slllt T llld ile-
try nre aghast at the high cost of box- ,., , ,hl. iettn,.Ktit title?
Ing contests. There I said tn be a move- i . a is.
ment on the pirt of promoters to won-' The bout took place July 1C. 1000,
utilize In the matter of bouts till euch I nni tho weight was 1!. piuindh ring
time as the glovemcn become more re.i- S,e. .McCJovern knocked out l'.rne In
tonable, the third round. As Knit was compelled
Malt lllnkel, the Cleveland promoter, tn make a weight lower than that at
has Issued a warm protest ngalnst the which he won the title from Ocorge
exorbitant prices. He charges thai Kid I,algnc. 135 nt 3 P. M, the title was
I.n-U heein to be boostlnc the Ilgure . not involved.
cipveland. and on ine nasi nr - per
,.,,.ive,l 11 f.OO lor his h.ire.
,nkp at onco Kncd Lewis for another
. a, ,,, ,ame clu, for pecemler :i
d f , ianu, percentage. Af.er
huMni; nv.r Uewll Jemandcd 30 per
iii,,t,l ir. he ulll live on nlnir
r '. ''' , '., ' ..i
' "''.7.J V" ,"'," ' ' ' '
Th nar.em Snorting Club will stage'.'', -"" -
, , of ,l(hlw.tP,hts to-nlgl.t-
Touhey. the Palerson Puncher.
,,... nniv hn i.-ne nnd Allle Nack
facing Hlll I'O roc, and Allle .Mini
mixing It with Young.Fulton
A .. ..!! Il,a,ls. 1-,ldl..
"K ' .
Kelly and Bud Palmer as lt offering to-
I sent BlliyBush and Paddy Murphy
I night, anil ine van ier.. . . ... i'""
' Hr.t Iace-"eiVn " for thr-ear-ol.1.
... ..n.l n half fnrlnna.
! MUtiX .1?..
...n.i Smllln MiiskIk. 10 iiurnerl.
: f..a. ion 4 :. Plnnlcau .
,.K.l v.. l,,..l.t itU.i ran
Second ltHi-e Sclllnr, fer Ihrre isar-old.
ind upward, aeien furlongs: llarnurd, los
l.iial . tl 00. I!.:0, I130. on Orble.ila-
i i 111 ismllh. Ill 10 J 90 second
. ri. Tri e II- (Hoh. Ml It no llVlr'l
TI...I u: ' t-t CirTuUlV. Me?n and
,,l.lia-in ui'u .....
Third llaee veiling t iwo-ear-ni nines
nve furhingai Sbll. ins H'nrroUi. II so
tl.to, 1130. won. Thirst, ini i.irjnir
,d .a ,11 Ma.,. ,.1, M.I rt ! 1HV
'''peur'th VX'f., ,11
I S Millirr).
Adalld in iMcit.iyrei. 11. an, u...
l'1"' 'll ('l"r). - Wniemme lot
"'' third. Time. I tis I liuchiei ,
.il.n ran No show li.utllsls sold,
nith Itare-Pnr thres . ar oMs at.,1 . i
r.i, inanien. me aim a nair furmngs' '
Hwi'W NH. M! W.rneri, 150. II.vo. II ;o i
. z(ln. 10: (Mnesnrih. i. ,
1 1 i-O, .econdi Clumsy Kale, In; (C.i.roil.
II. third Time, liOT I ...P-n' la Onui...
( !? ' UjVr'S" !." .
?IMIl ivacr prittiia , iiurr.yf.ir OHM mill
ul,'ard. .ei.n'fiirlnn'gsi He,'l(iH nvi'
n-ni, li.eo, 11. o, ll 20, won, liegiirds, io
guli, Snillltis Mas, (illt.l Tucker and Mini
TICK'l also ran,
Hnce Three.ear..ilds nml
ari, .ailing, me and a l...if furlongs
1 nuperl.. mi Jo. ilaitens. loj, vioimi
. v."':..""" --,
I Ks.con,'i lis
Three, year. olds and
1 . 11....
nie unu i I
I lllllf ft.rlo.ias
- 1 !'anh" I'll'1- 'A1 ,lf' . Hd Luiv.
10iv 5l Du, "-V....' fi"":' .". ... ..
. I ... 11 . .. am. up
ne' nard, selling, nva unu i. nan furlongs
isallaul H. l,. r, 105. Mary
P. ..lis. 1(10. Ilert L. IOj. llaM.iii.M,.,,
r. ..,,... 'i-viorlia. 105. n.n. ....C-.,."..
IRA; i!ra' Fuiorlte,
. " " ' 1 "
I'ourth Pace Three.) enr-oMs and up.
wnrd. handicap; ill furhinssi Pasclnnt.
Ilia. 10i Little Hiring, loj, Adalld, 10,
. t'nsey Jones, loa. Ooniinauretii.,
lifth llace Two. year.olds ae Hlni: nva
furlongss Prion. 101 1 I.', 1'nle. lot.
Ited Peer, 101; Allan. 101. Hlaek Jack, 103
Hlxth llaee Thre. y.ur.olds and up.
ward; ona inll.i W. W. liark, 110: Aldn,
110; Vork l.d. 101! Charley MiKorran.
Its; Black Freat, 10Z! BlitoJo, lo:.
ADOPT DRASTIC RULE
FOR AMATEUR GUNNERS
Interstate Association Ap
proves New Definition at
Annual Meeting Here.
A drastic definition of an amateur
trap shooter was adopted at tho twenty
eighth annual meeting of tho Interstate
Association for the Encouragement of
Trap Shooting at the Hotel Astor yes
terday. It wan decided that any one
who receives shooting utensils, guns,
cartridges or other ammunition from
manufacturers or dealers without pur
chasing them mid paying his own cx-
penscs Is to
1 classed as a prores-
1 !-twn.ll, AdC ailupilOM Ol linn (ICIIIIIUUII
places the association on n higher plane.
, ,iU( ,.. . . . . . . d lo
forco that rule.
The (irund American Handicap, the
mjfMln,. .v... .,. .,.,!. 1 l nll,
' V . ?
. . I1?1""- ' 1 !
the auiplces of tho St. Joseph (5un Club,
si, Joseph. Mo.
! The lloanoke Oun Club, Hoanoke. a
tV'.l llni.fln In Inbn rn nW I Iin Cnllf li
"" ' , ' " 1. XIi i
rrn tournament. Hartford. Com...
,h f he Kastern tourney. ,
t,c Paclllo Coast Handicap will be f
Handicap will be shot
oer the traps of the San Jose (Cal.)
', - uoreinus. Wilmington, uei.. wns
reelected president and T. H. Keller,
' New York, vice-president, li It. Shaner.
urcr, were reelected.
Tom Mac Nulty
Yesterdav tnornlnr I answered a
m.erv to the effect ihit In n era me he.
twecn the Athletics and a seml-profes-
uUnn. .....t. i.. .... cf..,,t. i?,ii.n u'.u.
' . . ' '; .- ";. .' .".,,' ," .,
Ilnv iteeuea rreinrv in lrel,lent
ntlonal Leacue nnd a for
mer Philadelphia sporting editor, tells
me mat Wudde II turned t ils trick in it
, regular American League game between
the Athletics and Baltimore In Phlladcl-
Mr. Itecves says ho re
calls the Incident very well, ns he was
1 1 porting the came.
Pear Tom II) Hon mnny tlm did
ClnnM faco Alexander thl yenr? Cl
lluvr many times did Giant best Alex
jr.dfr'' 131 llmv many full rames did
Alexander pilch nnd how many times was
no 1.1KS.1 oui 01 in. nnx .HKmn-i Hie
tllanisl? A CONSTANT ItHAUUII.
(3) Alexander pitched two full games,
but was taken out of the box In each of
his three defeats, being batted out once,
retired h!melf 111 the fifth Inning of
another game, and ill the third defeat
Kivini; v.uy 10 ii pini-ii ouivr.
Hear Tom-Wliat w,i Artie Fromme's bat-
tin? record and pltchtng m-ord Ir. the Coa.t
Leaa-ue la-t .ea.oii? JOHNSON
Fronime hit .223. He led the Coast
League in ine pitcninn averages, per-
milling l..'- earned runs a game,
won S3 games and lost II.
; did lt..u..v ("imiehcn e.iuil Schl.k' Inll.s.r
a it ntiiiT vaniriB nil in wriaf tiiif
iwurd f"r 70 jards In the l lledinent Ar
mofT? A1.VIN MVI.IIS.
The record of Cloughcn which was.nmong tne eiun wno nave np-. en t
allowed was made In Madleou Square sanction to hn.d a national M lc qj
Harden, not Twenty-second Heglment event.
Armory, nt indoor games of the Irish
, American A. C, I ebru.iry 5, 1910. ' The (.erm.ntr.wn v
Phlh.lelplll.l 1 urn Oemeltld I,
Hi ar Tnlil Win! record did Al Shrulili set
,,. ,,,, i HAItVAHI. .TriiKNT.
wlilte run. tint; s. an sni.itc.ir that still are ....
i ShrubVs world's amateur 2, 3, I, 5 and
ig Injc rt'COIdS Still Stand.
j Ili)ir Tl,m)V1, ,, ,h wpht
' "errv Mii,..terii and Irani. I. me. met In the
T0WNSEND SWIMMERS BEST.
Snnmp Coninii'rclnl Tenm In Dnal
.Xleet, 411 to 7.
Townsend llarrl Hall swimmers had
11. o e.'isle'it kind of n time defetittne: the
I'ommeriial nmplilblans In a hnniploii-1
i.tiiuemai u m .n. ...ns . a .numpioi..
"ui" . , '" " ' -""'" ' ;'
veivi"a. n- "
Commercial's swimmers failed to
take a tlrst place.
The Townsend swimmer had llllte
dilllculty In winning nil the events. The
.no ......I u.., .ul.l.n.t In i .... .....
, .'. ... i. , ,i. ...... i
'"'II inu ll.v.,,1 c. - ... in- .....a
team, (irllllths and Sherman ciosslng lie
;(l tlR. ,,, T0 T..wnsend
ummora will meet the Columbl.i fresh,
men In a dual meet In the City College
tank to-day. Tint summailes:
1 (s" nSu-r ""T.iblM!'" Kr'S(S!
Chuiiim ..,il , lllalmuler. Ilii.lalniin lii.ul.l
I M,?d"wo,,r. Town!
semi ll .rrl llu.i . "isiiiil. rim.inercial, sec
'd. Summers. Ti.w iisend
lit. Ull TU.).. US .e.'O.lils
1 l"" f'jr I-r"i by Miller. Townsend
I J "! Ha". )! " '" "' r' nsend Harris
'''."'" : Ketnpner r..inmercl.i . third
--" -'f'1 Mv..ii-o.l I.) Mierinan.
' Tov.na.n.l Harris Hall, L. hmnn. ToifU,i
'.'rr' H. ''nd. ;Uimalr. Co.nuier-
I' mice fo. lll.l.tncc W'lin bv liaison.
T.iun.end Harris llu'l. Hnnauer. Tnwmend
lliirrl. H..1I. sreond. llart.nun, Commercial,
third lilaianee. M fci
ion Vard Snlm - Dead hrat between .
.l.irflthH a ml Shrin ..in, Tnunaand HartlSi
11. ill, llnrtman, Conitueirlul, tlilnl. Hmr, I
1 iii.l 'J-S, ,
ONE POINT DECIDES MEET.
II lull llrnt Co. ulo erce Nnlin
i.i.r. :i:i'j In nni:.
Onlv one point picienled the Huh
' Sl.,o ,,f I'ominercc swlmtuein from rl
i . ,.n . . v." ,'h. i. vJ i ,o, " ,. m.
lemn In 11 tin s 1 P S. A 1.. lu. et In the
W'eNt Sixtlelh slleet hatha iM.r.l.iv
The Brooklyn boys won the meet, 33
lo 3:i;, The outcome was a Mirprlsn
all concerned, n was Hojs High's first
licioi, ui nit- nv.ici.iii 111.. lean, w.is
The team was
ileieated iwo wcckh ago ny iirasmu.
! The Mimmaiie .
li'.o Vki.I lleUy Pace Won tiv Coin
,,ir. . . M'li'kfors. llo.ri Vail .,,. Up.
; ii.,), nigh it'un, Parker. Ilarr. Min.rsl'
M-i'iinu, i one. . ,,,i.
.',.,, l.H,,. Wtti, hv M.r... I. 111.,.
! ......... ill.l-t,, .....'
i lini . Itias'l., ,n.'ila. rr .eci.nd nUice uiu!
-". !,nl,l.t" ..".a". "eclifr. Cumiiierce, VI
points, fourth ..
meree. Parker. Hoi. lilk-h, sscond.' wick.
r.i,. i,i,,.r . .i,... i.. u.v
".,'.. .,;.: -
J'jo V..r,l Pi'l.n-Wo.i hv Harr. llo.
lllsh. Unery, r.inimeree. .scoiid . Crane.
lb.) HUli, third McAleer, Coinminr.
fourth, Time, M. vo
piunge ior lusi.tnce Won hy parksr
Hoy. 1 1 1 Kll . Hers, Commerce .er.md, Man
iiliaii. Hojs High,' third, McAleer, Tom.
ino vard HHliu Wf.n by Vail. Com.
nienei Levlne, lloya High, aecondi Hells,
li ... n. Ihijs High, thli.l, llonrrofe, Com.
merie, fuurth. Time, 111'.',
LIMIT OVERTON TO
THREE OPEN MEETS
College Authorities Will x
Permit Yale Star to C
pete in Others,
GOSSIP OK ATHLETICS
nr (iKoniii: 11. iMimnviiiMi,
Like an aiiRlcr tijlng In 1t n a I-)r
mancheneo llellc, Couchman nii,l lirom
Hackle In nil endeavor to r n "W
one" to rlso to the bait, the iinc., prf).
moters Imvo been nrtering nil i, ,), i
Inducements to Johnny overt jt tn ,ni,,
meets here during the cnm.i.g iw.ir.l.
, . P'Mr
nuur season. i nc line Klnr .n i u
' ronsiuereu n gieat draw ng car I for hi
been deluged w.il. Imh1' I
lut ,. of .,. . ... .. .
! J'.r ",,0,", 1
i to nnglo In vnln. for the colli ge -i Jhnu
t ony wm porn. .,, , . ,
.fat . . ....
! . 'La""en ",nn " ineru ihu
He already has entered I ie c.i mei ,j
the Mlllro'e A. A , win li w i l. i.,, ,
Madison Square Harden oi. J,m ,.r-. .1
John probably will want t 1 1 -r-ele In
the .annual Indoor national li.i'ntucn.
ships In the Twenty-rei md lisi l(...t
Armory on March 17 That w . ie,
him only one more iippnrluti'ty 1 1 :.
test here. Tlrit probably w it be 1 .
nnnual Indoor carnival of the New Y
A. C. Oilier promoters w, sr iirr.
ton's entry In vain.
(I prion Tests t'nnrar.
Overton arrived here etcn1av i
Immediately went to Van ir' . nd
Park, where he walked mer the 1
country course there In order to fam .
larlze himself with the trnll over w
ho will have to rim In the miniiil i
tlonal cross country clinniplonihip tV
Johnny had been worrMni nhni' h
water Jump. He has bcn undic rt
osteopathic treatment for his Inju.ed ij
and he thought Icy water might d
respond with the tren'ment The I
collegiate cross-country champio . ' ,r.
ever, found that he will not 1
take any Ice bath, for the Jump l
bad one nnd c.tMly can be ie ml if
one doesn't want to Jump he c.n e m
a log midway of the brook atul r h
shore without a wetting
I'dille Mayo, who carried the
tho Brookln A. A. limn In e
tlon In the recent Jun.nr tne.
cross-country h;iiiiplonh pt ,
changed IiIm entry to iin.itt.ichnl f
morrow's title run. From all In I
I'ddlo Intends resigning from the h
lyn A. A. Close friends of hi f.v ii
contemplates Joining the Irish Anurl .1
A. C. He will not be eligible to reircf
the Winged Flsi till No ember 31. 1917
III Short Mflrr.
The regular monthly members' r;
nf the Thirteenth ttcglment wi.l
In the aimory. Sumner .tnd J. ft'
j avenues. Brooklyn, to. night.
Louis Itzknwltz, the ' -mer .- r
I I'nlversltv nthlcte has Joined Hie '
Amorc,in A. C. and yeMeid.i '
rPBls.raa), , ', ,
Applications to hold some of
tlon.il championship wlmml-n.-are
coming In from all over the
' ... .
' ' T V . .' V. . .
- . n.euuii,
I A. A., and Cllielntl.ltl ! Ar V
piled for permission to bo d w
swimming championships, i'r .. f
Honolulu comes another u 1 1 a
Tom Koane, the Syr.icue trainer
, asked for entry blanks for the J
national championship, whl-h w
luld In ltulTalo on January 1 i"
alo Is expected tn have Severn
Pollard o Try 1 1 a.rtt II n u .
1'rltz Pollard, Brown's great
halfback, Is practising oe "if
hiltdles nnd Trainer Arihle Ha .
to make a good timber t pi e
him. In Mayo Williams, I e
sprinter, 1 lit hn appaiently lni a
speed marvel, William I n f-
Harvard start Its Indoor
son to-day, when the hurdler
men will report to Tralne- p,
van for preliminary tralnl- c
Vale swimmers will nnke a-e
tour during the Kastern va.-atln
"VwllI nppear In i.ic.-s In II " i'o
; flnclnnatt nnd Chicago
Shields, the former Mer
man and holder of the i e
two mile ricnrd. w.is tin
, ... ". .
, wo ,l'?,:00 fo?1 h',n'!l 1 , '
i '" -"" ' '
... yum ..lie . o.i t
Milcld will become as cie.v
( a he I n nintier
Skates and Shoos
No. HR, for Rctu-rnl i
figure skntiiiR, with t orn
1 signed shoes for IllCil or
1 Tr 1 .
Tr 1 - . . .
11 SKUICS nionc
CIlOOS.IlS il Spnlil.' l'
c;p-y niiittcr. Wo
twenty piittorns fur e
or f iKtiro skatiiiR, h.. U.
SpalilniK kiKv.-. .iur '
icni in tlio
Skntf-s P.nir sl (1 t
Shoes " 4 (If) t
I Cl .n1 1 fl 5 11 (5 A' 1 , IS
i.VJ. kj Ull 1 U 1 1 1 li C V I
I r.i ,
1 'l. I '
I al.o nt .Mul'l."';
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imioiitb HIIIK I
fnlumbii An n.io
and tilth Hirc't