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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1916.
'Dogdom to Usher in New 'Year at Waldorf-Astoria on Wednesday With Fourteenth Annual Toy Spaniel Show
HISS MINNEAPOLIS AMATEURS LED IN
LITTLE CANINE BEAUTIES WHICH WILL FACE THE JUDGES AT WALDORF SHOW
WON SPEED GROWN : BILLIARD WORLD
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Pro veil Fastest Motor Hoat In
History of Sport Oiirinir
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ket of I Old Swainii'it liy
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Tnlei eflliiK data about hlnndhnutid
In the war and their police work Ik will-,
ln In .1 member of the Black Watch
of England to the J '(.'!. lie says: I
"I t nit e expected to nee a more able'
tntlo than melf reply to Stipt. Arun--rl
tinarks relative to the bloodhound.,
I am nlicl tn defend the bloodhound. I j
t.tt not .'mow whether Supt. Aiundet hu
tten any trained nolle bloodhounds at,
vori. other than the bound. used by the!
t Hiding Constabulary, or he might
lite based his icmark on their ability
i a different way. Bloodhound fln
doubled!)' have a moral effect In keen
ing ilon n crime. Cut they have a much
t..tfer inor.il effect In reducina- rrtm nf
crtaln classes which till the calendar at'
1 etty ?e.Mons, when one? their reputa-j
tloa successful criminal trackern uml j
their prejencc become Known through
cut the country whric they arc em-,
ploed. " j
"As a mle criminals work by night, j
a'ler bavins mad their at raiiement
hy day. A criminal doe not Intend tn'
l a:i tiling h-lilnd him which would
ail to a clue. It would be hII the bet- any ivher -breed of Kiiortlug doa miy bu
tsr for both hounds anil police If he did. i trained, utileen he t kept free fiom
l.ut stifh la not nrces'ary where (lnllied worms and other dlfarc, propcrl.s fed
lounds are lifed. ThTe Is one thing and kenneled, much of hi b.iliiness,
olmlnala mutt leave behlpd them, and 'courage, perseverance, and eccnthiK iur
lint Is their ycenl: aometlmee. where I maea will he lost when he la put to the
the ground l aultable. their boot print. lest. ' Had I time at my disposal nuld '
ana oniriuiir mnr iiimn immr.
i.a l.tmian hlnrs linve the enme scent. 1
tTro human beings have the eame scent,
jiitt as no two human beings have the
tame linger print.
TrarLed Mnay Crlralnala.
"In tome Instancea a crimlnjl's trill
m'ghl not te croseed at all : It depends
on how lie has made li! plans and the
(ourae he takes and the distance he has
tn iru with his booty. But In most cases
of depredation the criminal's track will i
h- crossed many times during his re-
treat. This I do not mind, provided I
have eatlrfied myself that the hounds
ere on the right scent v.hen they start
off frcm the acene of the crime or theft..
"I have tracked down all classes of
rlmlnals with bloodhounds, both by day
and by night, and some of the beat
I'Ound work has finished through va
rious kinds of road and places heavily
in rows, an exnres. thunder'na over a
lirldge. a man threatening with a stick j
will often be sufficient to turn the hound
..IT the trail. There Is certainly room
for great Improvement here. I deem It ,
advisable where bloodhounds are re-1
uulred to m'et the emergency of the va j
riouj claaasa of crime they have to try'
a,rd solve, not to train them nlwaysov
virgin soil but over nil r'aste of ground
locked by cattle. sheep, deer and game,
getting them acquainted with all nml
sundry which tiny arc UUely to inert
and encounter during actual wort:.
"Much, too, can be done for the Inn,
lit nf the hounds ilnrlnir exercise In th's
direction. The pollco hounds under mv
chargs will go boldly through ny traf-
no, and will enter a train or motor car'
In the same way. Much of this hold-
nes depends on their handllux and
training. I exercise the hounds In com
pany with my Airedale terriers and
Labrador retrievers, which I hav
tifoved a siiletidld Idea, for It Instills I
Into them much of the de'cnii'natloii that they !me never paid th leason
and bold ways of their coninankiiM. 1 able. tn mpoteil for the privilege of
Some Are I wless.
"Certainly some blnodlinuuds are Just
lll.e certain gun ilos. n and iiselen. j ,, ... .. .
It Is a waste, of both time and eneigy lHi; f In .-xtraordln.iiy cl,at-(
t" try and train such Qpeclmcns. for ' 0CtZ '" "f f"" li;""nls re-
they can never be relied 011. When you : nllitc the cost of mnlntnlnlng doits
fl'id that you have got n valuable pupny I an,n '" "NOavaganc of owners f .
w.th a good nose, wgaclty and lutelll- biewl. of tu- .loK piotorf. ha e
R-nce. do not neglect bin training : watch ' '"n , , ,e pre-. ' ';'
him. handU- him carefully and patiently. '', h""nri 'V . K ''.'i' i','! . ,u.
si,J some day when you have o.-caslo, ' measure Having as HH object he
ta in. hi,., m ,1 ,.rv 1 1 more .ffe'llvr a.linlnistliillou if the
to try hlni on actual work he will ie-
n.ird oil fo" Ihe time ou spent aid
ihe iiatlnrc nhown In ma'jipg him. The
first clglileen mcmli of a bloodhouud'a
eMUcm e Is the most tmpoi la-it i you
either ma'.e him or nur lilm.
"To ttaln bloodhounds to be valuable
as 1 detritlve iigenry for (tulli-o pu.po-fs
la iir.t d)ne In nionttl nor yrt In two
They must when tru'fiud be ke)t at con
any tail out to duty: sunie people eem
tn tlnk a Idooilhound traltud tu salloii
01 a stem one or twj hours cold la capa
IV of Hacking down n criminal ten or
'"elve Imura after the crime has been
done. This Is ctitllcly wrong. They
must b trained to follow such cold lines,
alio a good patt of their Untulng sho'ild
he ibne at night III and about thlc'ily.
IKipulated place which havn b-eu
i.v.r,Ni iiurmg "'..
.iy inai loo one., .i. ci.or iru.. n,
hounds me ued on criminal cse, be. ,
faitse it s most dctiluienlal to t -elr real .
vslue and ood nam, In some mV"" ,,r,,i,.,, ,
ii...- i,,..-o i ...d ihev liave 'll.es meiiibeiH hav
rue.vd no'tialnlng at a'l.
Mali) Xarlelles nf llouinl.
"Plmplv liccHiise Mr or .Mrs, So.aml
an Keep a iilo.idhnund as a rnnipauloli,
H'i atte.npt niailc to r, t it io Hack
d',wn the ilmln.il, wll'i wlwt tesults?
I liltite l a ciitaiut hefoit ,ou -.dill I.
Tiep ilie newspapers get hold of It, and t
n ake much of th. falluie nf the hound
In trac k down the criminal You could
r.ot expect a icciult who hud never'
hindled a rifle to be of any set vice to
I. country until he was taught how to
i.e it and knew Its value as a shnotlnc
weapon. nlo at close quarter delivering
the lout- point
People who a.e mi lllllniatr as
believe Pmle TomV Cabin slullo' IlllOUl
Koodhounds non-ea only si haxy Idea
o' llie iral worth of the Kngllsh blood
hounds. The hounds of Cuba were not
L'ngllsh hounds. Airedale ten lor are
valuable as sco'uls. but a well trained
i tnr,tt.n,,rwi ..in ,i.,r i. iii. ni,i
Prom experience I certainly ptefer the
l.alirarti.e retriever when trained as i
pa-i-Ql ilog. Ho Is dark In color andjnBton Tcnler. Black and Tuio, Man-j
I. a rojti to protect hlni dining the Chester Terriers. Japanese Spaniel. ,
colli, wet winlcr night, which the. Aire- Pekingese, Vorknhln Tetr.ers, toy iiimiu
da i- does not pomes., their coat being n, -j-.m Tci rlei y, ltruscl (iriffons, Chi
n and easily wet through, hunhuiiK und Italian Orej htiiiinls,
Vc.i.u the Laliradnr Is quick nnJ , f;.iig o, Kulh. Ilartfonl, Conn
a ..i.-t iiiute In giving the alutm of qp o-s!:in Wolfiiound.
1 i ng danger and ran he trained to i (jeorge Orcer. it p. N. V. Sporting
e eyes to a better advantage ic qpauicls.
Ilu ..ill ullnt In Ills mldlnr ll...ul... i.W H'lilell Island
Hugh thick and thin and Is nhedle.it '
cnttittiaiKi. ii :i r.uiMi m n
" of hloodhuunds In war and amiiii
"ii e woik,' 1 trained a very flna hound
" 'In class of work In the autumn n!
'' j He went out to France and war
lied to the umbulance Han. Marcus
n tho big push which started on
I nml has rendered much valitibl
' hi llmllng the wounded A n.ein
., .eiii seieial weeka wltli ir at
Hmsliatn, lulng tuusht how t
Marcus by day ami h) night "vei
ounliy for this class or won:
i 'ainly would never allow a tra-.peu
' '.Del from mv kennei io go into me
i.'iiirt.s r.f n stranger unless I had a good
ni ,rrlse- of tho person's ability tu
i and handle tho hound, as success
depends on the hupdlrr.
-1 nutter Iiow well u bloodliounl or
spaniel. Iloar Marl Itr.l It.i.rllr. X NSV -payees- ..K' X j ' . t. iW V.ktU.
iMe raid more about the MumIIiouimI I
l.tu iiti ... . . 'i
hln Intelligent c. and the various meth
cds of trutulng .mil develnphiT his ijimI
Itlcs to obt.iln the liest results."
TO BAN "USELESS"
DOGS IN ENGLAND
Alnll...w .....i ,,
-'""UU'IS lllllt I I) lit I'llM'll ( a-
nines to Ho Lpsislati'il
Out of Country.
Dogdom In !.ti3land Is up In aim over
"tatement In the llnui-or Commons
recently that doc should he banished
aitogft,r . a nla,r f M0;l0nn..
,, , . . . . .
""'ders and fanciers In all pails of the
J?"""' ,a, petitioning the Hoard of I
". ;ie Boveriinm uony nnicn na
the Question under conideratloii. asking
l to n'tiain rioni Inking such drastic
ast week It was learned that onlv
the mongrels and uelcs dogs n III be
legislated out of the rountry. but that
all others must be licensed. There Is
1'ttle fear that the tlreiis,- will he In
rieisrd to an amount which will make
it Impossible for nny bu: the rich and
well to do to keep a dos, but there will
be an Incieaved vigilance In ti.icln;
those which have 110 license
Shooting men and the few who keep
teriler for work or as guard and com
panion have gladly taken out llcencs.
but the other owners who have boasted
keeping h dog will h.iv to pa up
quickly in- have tlu li ie'.s confiscated.
K. (, Wnnls n- l.nw.
iUa Iiceii'ii7 n't. A resolution denllnc
with tlii ,.bje. t w as pa d at tlir an
nual meeting of Ihe K. C anil for
wanle,l to tho Chancellor of the K
che'iuer, Thatdos brc'llns In Kngla.id tt
vldes' work for a large number of people
iVro Is no dnulii. It Is only a few
woke lure 1111 11ppc.1l foi brood hitches
Blind, the Idea helm; that men pni-
rally Incapable of eat nine a llvlns by
manual labor after discharge from the
armv might Ami a source uf Income In
the 'breeding of dog for sale. t
Pear fur I ls llnu".
Membeis of the Kennel Club decline,
that (hooting, i out slug and terrlei men
have nothing to fear either in me way
r7' ' tavatlott or wholesale de-
; -,Y0, ,,,,, ,h,y re prepared to hear
l "r",''' V'" ....... N .ailed
"f egl-lallon reg.u.ll.u vvli.il l vailed
j nave never
seen the exhibitor w ho 1 . v d es li s 1 s Mabel Itlddell. M.s. Olivia. Selai. Mis. ,', U UH hatl a a ten pounder,
with .1 hot water ho tie whe, -ho Kiiima Al.a.d. Mix u Ii. Lakeland, Mrs, One of the inles governing th- -and
feids II on bieaK of chicken, nut s l.eonli.ndi, vi - VI Koilln. Mis CM.. ni pnveiu anv dug leaving llie
other extinv.vtances are so appuiem
that the cause lesentmeiit They
i-av these owners have onl.v themselves
to'blame for an new law will, h might
ahnold lawson to judge.
Una llren Selri-leil for Hulls nl
Piacfcally all the Judges for t an
nual show of the Keurtel Club of I'h'la-
delphla. which will Iw held lit
lira! Hall on I'Vhrtiaty !i and
been selected. Thus tiameil aie:
Charles O, llopton. New Vork Blood
hounds. Mastiffs. St lleriiirtlH, Ureal
Danes, Newfoundland. Irish Wolf
hound. Pointing Urinous, collies, ncoi.
iHh Ueerhounds, Ksklmo Dogs, (Ionian
Ii.... c.., is Hnviis. Doliermuii
.peiicie, .. ..... ... -- -
I inHcher. Shetland Sheep.loas, Hkye
I n...i.,. Uehti.mtrlies. Pomeranian. Bed-
,,JiX!.n Hlieendogs and Oeinuin Hhe'P-
" ' " ' -
xrr.old laiwson, Boston Kngllsh and
French Bulldog and Kngllsh Toy
pa, -Boston Trrler.
Levi Wilcox. Philadelphia-- Poodle.
Tnv I oodle nml Maltese Terriers.
The nhoiv. as usual, will earn; a rut
in; uf lour piilliis. It l expectetl tha'
mine liian 300 iluua will he shown.
ti, ini.ceeilrf of the show-, aflcr ex-
M-nseH havo been deducteil, will bo do
......i to th Child Fedetntlon, an or-.
gauUatlon which has ami mum cimniy
work for many years.
A large number of money puis, "pe
dals, have deen'don.iteil, an well as the
usual number of tiophles and rluli sp-etnla.
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Host of Toys
for Points and Prizes
S.'nres of the best toy dogs In the C. Ludlow Mr A PatuHta. .Mr Henry
CMiiutiy will he In the Waldorf-Astoila Liriett. M:s. Aobie llubluo. Mrs. Kate
Hum Wednesday, when the Toy IV!. .T -"i
Spaniel Club of Amerlcj holds Its fold- Uu, Mrs. A. Arrandt. Mr.s. A. He 11.
teenth annual show. More than "" en- Klein and Mrs, K. 1'. Waller,
tile have lien leivlvcd, and Williui Pur- At the show Mrs. Ki sink I'larke.
''ll. tl led , 1. mult. ii-, who le man it-. owner of the I'alrfax Kennels, w rlng
ing tl.e afTaii, aid .veateidav-that tial- out yam of her re.tnt impoi laliun.
il.v a well n iii.intlty wll. make the 1 Ammig them are the little orange a.ibl
fhmv t.ie iiinrt Mlciesfu: the ,'ijli eVei l'Upp lleil Cluvei, which went Iran,
h'id j puppy class ii winners umler (J-orgr
.Vlnlie thri I t ,-t. I ill. ha hetn added Tmi:i:a lit Ihe New Haven s.inv. . I ICitt
and must uf 1i1r.11 me In li won mitilght.' "'''' 'Weet shaded sahle nut- of i
Auioiig the feature l a cl.us fur mem- I""11 wliich arrived here from Knglind
beih of the tinittU'.il inufcw Ion. Ui!l'l,t S-umday. and Wee Countess. .
iiuesl uf the ui.:es mnie than a i-core of' 'ck pom.
will know 11 ;'ctre-s, and actors haie . Clark Intends tn huvv Ited
.....i , tuer ill .ill llie hiiuwh hum h ill.- ..iii!i j i.n. lum.iii . ..n..i. . . ui mere ni.i imi.p 11.111 ill lie I'll m tit '
i Iiccincs a champion. She ha lieen of ' " ' " ' . ' I 1,1 Ml-ml. Six lung distance event 'e . nLs . . ' iwnt- in lil-lP. Pla.vlng orr ties I
r ..f ,l,e lUhlbllore. a consistent winner from her Mist s-art '' ' , f " T lt "'' ""1" l,ve been arranged In addition to Iht , (Me ii, , Xl rilT'ni" t"""' ,'r,,e- Jlo,,n
,' as a six mouths puppy, going to le-erve von de. .udeiihurg. out of Herta von ,,,,. ,,.VH ..ar,e on i,Nra.n .. , L'" ,,n 0 l" M".r'1'' "". ' " Xr fnurlh
i.- I , , winners. She was best pup eight time ""r Wllhemsta.lt. Mr Cans l going to' y,m,. wn,. , 1 "hi-7 nmter ! ' . ' u" . .V" tul. '' ,'M r"" '' ""' -Mmlehy won
Vi i, . . ' , 1 ; und li.is two reset vi championship name nun ii.unai- von tlolielurt He . , , ,. i.-or,,i . ,a,.i. i.,, nt t-., , . 'I l"i",,rn,r cu' ' '"nipioitsiiip In a
M. I'. Cariell. Mi. nivlie II 'I'.ov .... .... ... .... . .. i,,.,.. ii.. -...i. t.. ..r ......... i " ine luriua laiing, uas sent two m He nil nr 7es thai lav. i tl.., . ,.i ii.- urLi... i.h.i
V" V ..' "r,'-,VM,-r' ,,!l,'y -" ,
ii "iii, aire, rainier umpucii,
Mis ;. Ilaiiiil.on, .l i:. (!. Snow. .It.,,
Ml. I.. Dul(. , .Mis II. I'arrinn. Mr.
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'.' -'"niiai... .ui -. ii. on ley or
l.'inu liraiuh, Mis
A And." IJeshoi lies',
Mis. S, Butterworth, Mls
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Mis. W llaiixhutrt, Mis.
.Mrs. M. guai'kenbush, Dr. Maiy Cotton, j
Mt I'laiil. T . Clarke. .Mrs. II.
lli iiileison, Mis T A. I
l-'itink Mlnatd, Mrs,
v. I., llol.i.ul. viis m i? iiue.i.. mpu
MIS. M. 10. Hardy. Mrs.
I . C Oyer. Mrs. II
Won, i. Mr.
and Mis. li.ur.v llaxtei, Mi-
CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR
DQGS iV KENNL
Iliv.li Iti'i'il Cnnini's (iiilliec
Around Tree nml IVetl on
Hone mill ItiM'iiil.
A "irlslmas pattj for dogs was held
III the basement nf the Hotel Majentlc
last Monday night. It was for the high
bred dog which are kept in the kennels
of the hotel.
( 'In iKtmas tree and
piesinl lianglnn on the tie for each
dog. Some iccelved new leahe. others
new iiillaiK mill ewtater. and ntliei llie
new ile Icillur muzzles.
The canine didn't i.eein to he much
ll'teiceted and vvoinlereil what It was all
about until a waller appealed with 11
Ms lO'V " "I'1'1' "1M'.v biscuits
I flllll II 111 I if A k.111 MIIIII I 111" lllliT
lt was then that th doga eutereil Into
the spiill of the occaelou and baiked
and ran around In circles us If delighted.
The star guest of the party was an
Kngllsh sheep dog Just brought over to
tit's country hy Lillian !tuell, At the
party were two Pomeranians, thiee II.i'i
Ion IiiiIIh, two wlf" lii'lrrd fox terrier,
one toy spaniel one SI. Bernard onu
( liciiiuil, 'our P,uslan wolfhounds, two
Samoycil sledge dogs, one Irish teirler
and twii Pekingese,
Inn Knows nl Atlantic City.
The nfllcriH and members of tha Ken -
net Club of Atlantic City have decided
tn hold nn all toy show at Atlantic City,
duilim Kasler week, as well as Its all
It.-eed s'linv In the fall.
Stndcii.chcr HfiHleion, Mis T A. j daughter of Chan
Pal'euns. Ml "itink Allnanl. Mrs'.... . -i
1. riarvei ramaaiesi rasa Aiaiaa
tililch tins defeated uolirr irn-
shower, having the action of
lllllnnLr In ( oiulllluii,
Kitllivakc won many tunes tn Knaliind.
tiii.,,ui. -i.. i,,.m i. I...... i..- ii...., .
w,.,.k she Is in show condition.
vv,.e CoiiutesM u one of the vm.ir.si
n. eounlrv S!
i-. ...... u- ',.
ie I a diughliT of
ntititss ll.u Itlll. I.trii.l-
iluiiEhti.r of Clinmnloii .Vsliion Wee
,,,i i m, ,,,i,,i,,i. tjoeen Iilnah. She
I',i Ihe u.:ll,.s il one mill I half llolinils
iiu'll the last
lass has heen Judired at
in P. M,
SELECTED AS JUDGE
I'l'.iiik WalUer of l.onilon
Officiate Over liulN nt
The list of Judges for Ihe annual hov
of the Westminster Kennel Club which
.. ttt l. I.Ala l Mnttlaftn Kitli il.. Ourileil
I1 ,..., ... .,... , . ,.. ' wm .
I'ebruaiy 20 to 23 Inclusive was completed
' .vesteitlay, when nine more ottlrlals were
i selected Among tlths,, uiimeil was
1'ninl. Walker of London, lintlaud. He
will Judge lb bulldogs, a bleed In which
,0 is pi eemlnent. He Judged this bleed
at the lat Itlchmoiul i liamplonshlp In
William Favrlsh.ini, the well ktiovvn
actor and fancier, will olllclate nvr the
mm teirieis. v. i. .miiiiii.is win juug-
the Pekingese : Mis, William F. Stephen,
the pugs: Paul C. Bias, the great
D.iue.t llonty D. Wliltlleid. the giej.
hounds j John K. Ilaalam, the Kreucli
I tillilrigs Will am it. Lowe, tho spurting
pamclf. nml Charles D. Harney of Nvv
Bedford, Man., liu Ameiiean fu.x hounds.
Advance application for the premium
list are Indications that the entries for
the show will be a rcrotd one,
II. It, L. I tonkins, the Kngllsh Judge
who Ins been selected for the Irish,
, fox ami Wlsh terriers. Is a war hero
t lie was at th front us a lieutenant unit
retired on sick leave. He Is nun nf the
hint known authorities on the three
"ire tls in Ore it lli.tH.n.
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Xotetl I'aili'it'l' Ailti Soil of
Aiiotrinii Cliiiiiipion to IIU
John Oau. Jr , of Staideton. Staten
Island owner of the llohtluf! Kennels,
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nib- ...... .(Vllir .,,1.1 K'l. - (.IVIIlle l I IllJIOi;
nomlerful winning in the coming shows.
itecau-e he was whelped in the ('lined
States and Ii!h Kuiopc.in s're uml dim
are not icglMeird here, it Is iuiporlile tn
icgiHier 1) Ii ii here according to the tides
of the American Kennel Club until cer
tain riiiilieiiienls have heen fulfilled.
With this new fellow Mr. Can now
ha one nf the best kennel of (u'nn.in
sheepdog In the countiv, nud Ii I hi
Intention to purchase eeveral mine
I If Ihe dogs In Ills kennel, .Mr. Cans Is
most fond of Oak Kldge P'ora von Sand
' hansel. She s an Impelled lotelt, bled
b C.eoige Si'liollnielcr of Sanilliaiisen.
. ' llinu,, rue i- ii.'iai.i , I'll i ,ui-
gan out of Hello III, von W.illst.-ult, lie
fine hhe became uf the pioperty of .Mr
Cans he was shown onl.v once That
was in Louisville. K . vvheie. In 1 M I
. eh took wlnnei. Since she has been in
the llolielufl Kennel she was benched
at the open show of the Hudson County
Kennel Club, where she won her i'lasc-
as well as Hie special for the best hitch
of the show and the special for the best
nun-spot ting dug or bitch, At the little
I iiiiMiiheis match of Ihe lih hmond Countv
I Kennel Club idle was declared the hesi of
Mot a I" a trained dog She recently
won the piellmluaty held trial hcjd hv
the Ci'iinau Sheepdog club of America
it'llllitU rJirt'IilK Mill H .MlHTil.l
in rrri r 1 1 1 mi , .1 1111 1 1 1 1 111" 11 fi i uiiii tn i iir
1.. .1 ...1.1- ii.u -
111111 I IHI" nt nrtllll piui r fltV
also has dope somn actual police work In
I the South.
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v'llier iiuieu oi'si io ail, alien heooei
ate Adelhesd of lilmview, which wa re
serve winners at Ihe recetii specially
sliow i South Hay I'rlgga, Alma vim
llolielufl and Ilia lira on der Pilu.eu
liucl.e. TO H0ID SHOW IN CAPITAL.
YVnshlimtoii Kennel Club n
iioiiiiceR I'xUlblllun fur prll.
Wahiimitdx-, Dec. :iu, S. .1 Held, one
of ,,. klll) dog fancier In the
Dlatilet, wa to-day named chairman
or the Miovv cauiinuiee or me vv iiMiing
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, " ' ' ' n ,o ' LV' 7,'
by the dub on April 23 and IM. ,lnt
vvhoie the show will he held has el to ' "''"an out an canilldntes Tor var
li i de hied, hut It U proluhli. that the s ') fr,";l'i;n lglit on January 2.
rcitle will hou the thornughhreds. 11 1 "";vel o le?ct on th
trophy conimlllee. In addition io ' '.'V , of I""-"""''' He comblnattons
Die Imw criinnilltee, has also heu ap- v ,vl" rtMV 'ogetl'.er on thei machines
p.ilnlcd to arrange for suitable prlr.es, """I "'I'lad goes outdoors,
More special priaes will he olTcred than Indoor practice will be made mate
ever before. .rliilly less dlfilctilt by th. addition of ,i ct
Charlw lloplou of New York litis been ! of eight new machine. With the new
suggested for the position of the all I et of machines Cornell will have thirty
uroimd Judge. j two all told, and It will he possible for a
Th annual meeting nf the Waslhlim. wtuatl nf !?.vi mn tn luit'plelr its piai-Cce
Inn Kennel Club will be held early next 'in two noui's, al!i.xlfi twenty minute of
n itith. luuii, lor tuch oaUman.
ttto n.ted PeUee. lloB ataadlas Is ,
, . ... . . .1
r ' AUerhoarae. beat
IVUr aad beat toy at Haian
aan, Tap oae alttlaar la aa la
liurted fenalr. White "arks.
NEW MOTOR BOATS
ORDERED FOR RAGES
"'- raiu.K. llie series iuiw n innri -
being the Okee. Saginaw. May. Spider.
. . . .. .. . Curlew. Slnlnd. Skylark, t'jrlc, Mer-
liclltsilieil Tliril Attention to,riy and AlUlr. The winners of the)
Biir, Speedy Craft for
Fvpiltu Hydra. Mingo, Van and Virginia. Six-, BllPard Plajets held fnur tnurnn
",rl" ' teen of the new iierresbnfT one design . ni'nM, three at ballillne and otic at the
1 'tlsh'" class sloops, owned hy membeis ! pocket game. The baikllne players
rhe outlook of the yachting season next
summer Is etreedlnHv lirluhl Insl now.
1 111 an iirpai inieiiin 11117 spoil will oe f
.keen. 1 inter. are being placed with'
'builders mi fast that the shops ate'
' lushed with wink One thing that hi
m.ide the lacing of power lxats an as.:
suied sun ess Is that i-evei.-il of the ex-
piess itulsei which weie to have beeniwas a eitccess fiom stait to finish, es. I j
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"mi t1- ji-ai (mi niuc-ii weni iMir III
being finished are now ready.
. ' I
I .'.'e.P, ni.l.llin III
l...n LM. .. .1 tl.
ami Haven III. both
equipped with speedway e.Klnes. which
u,ed bv another yachtsman, Count,
the eentut.unal boat of last jear. has
changed uwneis and will race at Miami,
t : ,
Among other ImjhIh enteied are Mr.
riuiir i iirnss aame Aiauna laia, W,
.1. .Mauieson Marpessa, Oeorge l II.
lloubright's Itoiemaiy, OIIr O. Jen.
nlngs'a Whippet. II i fi,id Mar-
mieiite. Conuni.tlo.e c yy Kotrhei's
Belty .M IV. llenrv liliigliim's Salome,
K L King's ICIngtlshei, James I leei inc'
i Psyche and Charles Deetlng', ,sav.
, rest-li uf s ion erenre between
naval nuthoiilles and vaclitmen tepi
suiting the illliemil po'iven iaft assu.ia
I Hon- .'h.uiges .u,. to l,e made in the law
' lelatu i: in ihe eo.i.t t
i,ee ihanc.es me made uulcklv seieta
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. ; nnr.tfhi ,.. ,1... . . ..
conform to the requirement f ,le
navv and he available In ti...
hostilities These i,,-. 1 ' .1 . .
but In any ca. will lake nan In ti,
naval maiiiHiivres next stininier.
All these plan make the annual Motor
Boat Show more attract. ve and more
Important than ever Tin how will he
opoiieu m ne (ir.ind Central Pain-.
and last until Kehriiaiv a
. a , ,,., ,
in exhibition of boats of all
kinds, fioui the fid foot ernlsee .in.
the mikiII launch equipped with an out-
iiuttiu uioiur. ,,moug tiiese will be.ntos
new fviiiiu I, ..lit ... .
new types hullt to meet nteseni ii..,.
quiremenls. All these, with the engine
will be on Ihe miln fiom, ami the en
gine this .sear will Include some new
.models i.pe i allj di.Kiie, f,. ntl. patud
' TO BEGIN CREW WORK.
iiIImt Hill ( nil I ornell Oarsmen
Inurv, N V, Dec ad. - John Collver. ,
'17, captain of the Cornell t ! 1 c. varsit.v
c evv, who I. aiding Chat lea: C.
is lieail ruaol. of t lie 'ori,tj navy, ai.
" IT Mil t t, II U 1 HI
""""cl! Man" U .till vtiy much
' " ''. "' nn rowing
Yachting In 11 kept pac with other
outdoor (ports In a most creditable man
ntr. In fact It outitrlppad aom In the
niakloa; of history, for high up on the
ytar'a aeoraboard mt achUremeot stands
tha record that the Miss Minneapolis,
a twanty foot motor boat, known as a
hydroplana, upon ona of her speed
trials, travailed at the phenomenal speed
of iJ.T mltsa an hour. No vessel was
avar drlvan through tha water by a
propeller at such a speed before. The
lira Minneapolis Is halted as the fast
est motor boat In the world.
These remarkable apeeda were made
ever the Put-In-Bay course In July. In
September at Detroit the same boat In a
serlea of three races won the dold Chal
lenge Cup from Its holder, the Mlaa De
troit, last year's winner. In the race
for tho speed championships of America
Miss Minneapolis won with an average
of HI. OSS statute miles an hour. Jlcr
lecord also Includes the winning at St.
Haul of the Webb trophy and the Inler
laka Yachting Assoclstlon prlae at I'm-In-Bay.
Other motor boats which have made
their mark for speed and consistency
thin year Include W. H. Hand. Jt'.'s.
Countess, an express cruiser, which, in
winning the 10 mil Block Island race,
showed an average speed of 27 ' miles
an hour: A. I .ludson's Hawkey, win
ner of the Thousand latanda Cup. with
a speed of 4P. miles an hour, and Ber
nard Zahn'e Csddy II., winner of the
St ra I ford Shoal race of slaty-one miles,
averaging J9.I4 miles an hour fur the
larreaa In Rgarlenrr.
In the twenty-two races sanctioned by
the American I'ower Boat Association
this year the eighty-four boats that
started aveiaged 1?,T mile an hour, as
against 15.4 made by last year's boats.
Thla fact ehows a marked Increase in
the efficiency of this year's engines.
While the speed of the sail driven
craft is limited there Is piarllcslly no
limit to the Interest In the glorious sport
of yacht racing. Those ho doubt
..... s . a
msy easny aim quic.w.v u. ........".- ,K,t.,,et champloiislilp was held at Chi-
the truth of thst statement by wMtch ng cago. I'ebruaiy 20 to March 2U. tnclu
the great white winged fleet of i.u In; j lve. The touteMants were. W i:m
sloops and nchoocers that competes ,rtt Uankenhip of Detroit. John lty-
', every season during "rnce h ui
1 I.arcninoni. rne average iiuiiioer ui
starters In the six days this ear was
1 103, and tills Includes about all the fist.
est one uesign sioops on me
Of the "flftlea." Oeorge K Baker Jr's
ai.i 1...1 nri: nf ihe eaon
oil Long Island Sound by winning the
championship. In her ilae. Oliver l!.
Jennings's Pauline praved tho winner
among the new clas of "forties" anil
I., n. Ilamersley's Okee of the "thirties."
The Class "P" winner was Addison 11.
Ilanan'. new Nalunu. and the winners
in the four divisions of tile handicap
clas weie the Anils. Veda, Ilobln
1 1 nod III and Ogeemah
own .ne iiurioB .c. ..,,-
j Atlantic aiht Club then- was some
Down the hay during rare w-eli nf the
I Sound champluiishlps in the amallei
clae weie the Okee. Barbara. Thane.
or tn feawaniiaKs-i:ori!itiiian yacht
Club, laced during the season and th
I I"1'1 winner was Salllllrl T. Shaw
V, V. C. iraua .aaecessf ul.
W'th such a wide awake .voiing ruin
niodore as (ieorgr K Baker, Jr. who,
by the way. has km lieen elected fur
third lei in. It Is no wonder that the'
New Vork Va. lit Club's raclnp seajou".
. tICO allV licit liatl uf It deidteil I.. Him
The number of vahs at the stait tit
:.l,n,.e 4on.ni. a V; . . , "1
n.onaTheVchoorMlladi and the s oop
ui. i.e uo rtosii-,1 ,i, wiieit lorty-one
yachts crossed the slatting line, and In
the race for the tear commodores four!
i cup the next da.v , w lieu thlit.v -rive yachts J
I started, the schooners Klena and I'lylug
loud and the sloops Aurora and Jeaslca
were the winners In the first and second T Moon, .It. and Kred Lnwenthal
divisions, of schooner" and sloop re. .who finished a named A a result of
spectlvely Thlrly-thre achl tared I heir perfoi maiues the Appleby brothers
f"1' d' umniod.ii cup on August ;,, were advanced Into Class .
I Hi srhoonei Irolll.i ami Klvlng Cloud! .....
' sloiqw llarliara and Okee being. '"rilner hiIiiiimI hnniplen.
t11" vvmners, and of lh lh.rt.v.x that)
..uiiir-i-u uo .1IKII-I . lor Hie. VII e-colll-
' modore . cup, the Klena and Amaillla
lb Auiora and Squaw capiuied Ihe
Mt'iion F Plant's Klena curled urf ihe
' honor of the i uise and of the v ear. for
. i ontesreii on Align!
ll,!U '"'""'i, in the schooner da, for I
' beside wiutiltig the two cups mentioned.'
'si u won ti c hinc
Mio won the king's cup and the Aelr.r
I cup tor scnooners anu tlie mile ocean
. f"- ,'Ji"' 'iv cup, ilefe ting
evei, was the winner nf ihe III! mile race'
Tor the llrcnloii Beef cup,
tn I nfnrMiiint !erls.
Including pi, les of the value of $C,flo
iluualed b Ii inenibei s, the toial x.ilue
of Ihe prl7.es foi tin- season wa JI0,l7tl,
exclusive of the King's cup, Ninety-sW
j laces were sailed in classes, matches, and
t uivision in wiin-ii u.a ?acuis aiarteu
A ....... nt u. -....I.... H.l.l
A feature of the season's racing, which
had an unfortunate lei initiation, was tho
three ita s eerie of eleven "P" class
sloops for the .Ylanli.tsMp: Bay challenge
"up. It was ton id, aricr the racis, that:
.'.ic Alimcei:. the w t'lei. exuuled the:
late limit. . . special rtm nliiee gave (he ;
pi l7i. ii, ibe s ml liu' llie Nalima. '
eiiesenilng the Indian Harbor Vaclu
Tha' ui gain.aiion. ai i iccent meei
lie ili. '. lid to iiluin .he cup to the'
in .g a' ilonor. 'he .Vlaiihassel Bay Vacht
Club I was ;i. i onii. inled by a chal
lenge to k.i i I a race for the tropin n'
l!i. I. should he Kild thai when
Chatlex l''tane!s ,Vilain Jd and 1 aeow tier
of the Ahnieeli dlticovered tlie mistake In
measurement he declined io accept the
STAR DIVER INJURED.
San KsAsrirco, Dec. SO. Oeargc
I Bond, holder of the Paclllc coaat 100,
yatd swimming title in 131?, was in a'
hospital here to-day with .-n Injured Mdi
which has puzzled his phvtlcian. ) J
feared the Injury may he of such it ..
nous nature a io 'td ,ila si!-et - r i
ilurilis will.-', he i -i won tnc p.i.
si clsl'.m il v " ll Hi 'i . ,
repteaent'iig i -, . -..
Activity In professional billiards for
19K was restricted to cliallenKo inatcht
for the Brunswicli-Balke-l'oltcnder Com
pany three cushion carrom emblem,
a pocket tournament, matches for the
pocket trophy and a special match (or
1,800 points at Is, 2 balMIn. for 1711"
a aide, between William P. Hoppej and
George llutler Sutton. There was no
championship event at baikllne. for the
reason that lloppe had become the
owner of the 14 , and 1!J
trophies and there waa no title as a
medium of competition.
The match between lloppe and Hut
ton, played at Ht. Ixiuls. October J. SI
and November I. was not In sny sense a
contest. .Sutton made p. total of 6i
Ilia nightly scores were l!f, 217 and
85. lloppe' high run was 187 and his
average a u.53. Sutton's best run
was C and his average 40-B2. But
ton provided hi own slake of $760.
Anale Title ('liaagee llama's.
Alfredo de Oro held the three cushion
championship when 1I6 began. He de
fended It aitulnrt I.lod Jevne. at Bos
ton, January 12, I and 14. the scores
belnr 150 and 131. At Philadelphia.
Pabulary 23. 24 and 26, he lost It to
Chsrles Kills, then of Pittsburg. Ellla
retained It fiom Pierre Maupome, rep
resenting St. IauIb. at Pltteiburr. April
1. 4 and 5. On .May 14. 15 and 1. at
Pittsburg, Charles C. McCourt. eUso of
Pittsburg, won the trophy by the close
score or 150 to 149.
At Pittsburg. September 25. If and
27, Hugh Heal took the championship
from McCourt, whom he beat 150 to
J3. At Toledo, November 6. 7 and I.
Ileal was forced to surrender the title
to (ienrge W. .Moore, who won by 190
to 125. At Doyle's, New York, De
cember 19. 20 and 21. Moore successfully
defended the championship against Al
fredo de Oro, whom he heat 160 to 121.
The Interstate Thiee Cushion Carrom
League championship was won by
Charles McCourt of Pittsburg.
I'orket Kiprrls Active.
" iwuillBlllCOl HI
A tournament tn Introduce .
ton nf Sertallj, Mo. , I'r.inlr Tnln-rskl of
.-vnenectauy, italpli Crrenlear of Moil
j mouth. III.: rieorge t'laik of Hi tioklyii,
Kdward I. Italph of 1 1 lli txtu v ti. N. J.;
.. i-e;rie or cnicago. .lames .Maturo
of Denver. Joseph I'oitcauiion of .Icikcv
City, C. Weston of Chicago, licit Jam 1
Allen of Kanas Cit.v. .Murrlr I.. Rnk
of Pliltadeliilila and .1 I.. Chapman of
Chicago, lllaiikeiishlji became ciiam
plnn by vt Inning ten games and iosit.g
At Detroit, May 3, 4 ad 5, l.iyt. 11
wrested the champloiihlp fiom Kl.inken
ship. I.ayton .vlelded Hie t'llc to
Taberskl a the result of a iiudi
plaei iii iM.dalia, t)clobf-r ii " and ,
'""TfiiiK nri cnatiense uml.
w.m, ,j,n,e.lfi whom ,. , ,
' )nJ . Nv. Vor k (.,0l,,. ,,, '.n1
ill, M, m.u rllalleilgir wa Italnh
1 heaten at Schenecmdv No-
vemher 3. 31 and December l"
' Amateurs Keep llii.
The National Association nf Am,!-,,..
; were divined Into three elapses. A, B
and C. i'las A plavers competed for
the national championship,
Ca C playeis were the flrt to
compeie Their touinument w.ih held
at tre MornliiKslde Ai-adem.v. Januarv
3 to IS Inclusive. PIrst piir.e and a
cup emblematic nf the cla.s champion
h:p were won bv l)r II w liusi.v n
j Ianhiiiy, Cdim . who made 11 high run
l i.f 3i!. a h.;h av erase of ii 2G-29 and a
giand avrtaric uf 4 7". C T. .Moon, Jr.
I I I eti. ft,. .1 it . ... ,
. : ' ,i.
i.u y-ioilll, llliru a till rouith
1 :, . " ""' iuuiiii prises.
i ',0' "" highest 1 .111. 47. U A.
' Seivnilu. ia ti, 1. '. ...11-'
the Clans II
' V. . . V""aM' rt "u."ny rrom
made ' , high u o '7 a7d a hh
, ane or , ins orother. Kdrsr T
who finished second, made the hlehrat
tun. s. tlie 1 ighest average 1 find a
ki uud average of His. The' other par
, tlclpanls weie C -
White, I C. Burn-
t nam of llaitford. Oeorge P. B Clarka
The national cliamplunshlp was de.
i lueu UI in .VtUlll Sui'lClV'M cltibllOUSe
The tutinia .lent litKan IVhtuarv 3D and
ended M.u. Ii In. Kdvvaid W 'Gaidni-
"f Montclali. N J, wa the wmner. He
won six games, lost none, made a high
I un of in. a lifuii .ii;,r. t in -a
gland average ,f , io. Morris, D
Brown of IHooklvn tlnlshed u,n,i'
He scoied a liUli lun of
.1, the highest
ami had a
i smgie a triage, i.t r:t-;u
, gi' nd aveiago uf S.117
Appleby and Chat lea llediloii. the latter
of Dow.igiac, M. h , lied for second
third and foiuin pi izen lleddon tl ii
not lemalii to pla uff and l-'i.uicls s
1 , , . V '"-'''allng Iiih brother,
' f;lln'J ,nl"1 l""ilion. lleddon lnad
1 loiiruaiueni tetord Mill, SI, 'fllo
ames weie 4 Oil points. 1.x 2 halklln..
The pocket torn naineiit was held at
Ihe New Yoik Athletic club. March II
to 24. J, Howard Shoemaker, cham- 1
plon of 1914 and I91i. scored another1
triumph. Hn had a clean fccoiu of six
victories nud made a high inn of as.
Kdwaul Itaynolds. who v.aa second,
tail 31. Klic iineiH -nmpeted, Tlicv
were C i Mm,,,. U' d .1 , i ollpy
of M ini nil.-,. i II II llBrtuui' nf Brook
'. 1 I' 'Ki r of Mimteta r a id II.
M. U.-dio. tie of Br dgeporl
New Hsrllinrn, Berkililr Cnnnlr, Msaa,
Famous champions at st :rj.
rupplca and grown turk usnillj r..r nl.
i viiii'.w rovtt.it ma ,
and rekliisne nf the higliett ii .,
.tt. .1. .i.u "
lllls Pit Vi; " i i v "i,i!,
1?? Itottnn I'm g
Ma lt" A La It ii
I'.i . .n.
" " u 3 rorw tiitr ci ii ,.
I.I. '1 '- , x. I' l(
Pi i s -it null 'ill ei.'r i ,
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