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TBI EVEN INO WORLD, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, ItlT.
Oood Players Sure to Be
Developed on Gridiron This
Season, Despite "Big Three's"
Desertion of the Sport
nuit 1MT. kr Taa frmm PqMMklM 0
IT Has Tor Simla War Id J
'HB usual "class" In foot hall mar
b lacking thla rw, but Ui
number of runM played among
Um oollegwa iItm promts of to 1
rsaopment of aoma rood man. Whlla
tha "liijr Thraa" m busy explaining
that til air military work InUrfaraa
With football to .uofc an aitant that
U Isn't worth whlla to play football
at all. aoma of tha amallar college
fir out fully a clear and convincing
statement from tha uthar aid of the
iMatlon. Th.y aay that vo though
(hay don't produce any great teauns,
and though they may go into arary
oontaat knowing fruit thay ara to be
defeated, thay ara keeping up football
to oomply with tha Prealdent'a
am eat request for tha oontinuaooe
f athlatlo oompatltlon.
X aee that a noted opponent of foot
kail, who wanta all aporta cancel I od to
five oolleire atudenta a ohano t.
epend all of their time In military ex
roUaa. aaya that footlmll provide
aer--: only for eleven men.
From what 1 havo aeen of football
It provide eserolso for eleven men.
and for a aecond eleven, and for
great number of candidate eager to
gain a plaoe on either the firat eleven
r the aaoond, and for olaae eleven
and oa mil data for olaa eleven, ant
for a lot of college atudenta who are
ot out for gridiron honors, but llk
to get out and kick the ball around
and praotlaa paaalng. joat aa aniall
boys wbo oan t go on a big league
baaaball team like to play "one-old-at-
In a vaoant lot
FRSJD FULTON U aald to be
worrying over the challangea of
a oouple of large but aeoond-
trlng "eullud puaaona" wbo awing
aa Fred baa knocked out Bam
1-angford. who made a pretty gen
eral clean-up of the ret of the mid
night heavyweight, there'a no par
ticular reason why be ahould 11
awake night worrying over win
Jea WUlard erar going to fight
Not unlaaa thay catch Jea and
ti. ki V,.,,.. r. i. .i..leiung Down trie pun luv -. """
lno tbe ring. WUlard la a good-
natured big fellow not a natural
fighter. Juat after he whipped John-
aou in Havana he told me that he
Intended never to fight again, be
cause ha didn't like fighting and he'd
oon earn enough money aa cham
pion to make It unnecessary to fight
eany more. Before he won the title
WUlard bad to fight aa often a
tie could find a match and a few
dollar for taking it on. Ha wa
frequently "brolce." When he came
laat after being matched with John
aon It waa neceeaary for the pro
moter of the fight to "atake" WUl
ard and hla ataff of manager. They
war abort of ham-and monay. In
thoae daya Jea would have fought
anyootiy lor me intereai on tno raori- i
gage on hla bungalow. He had
nothing to loe and he neoded the
money. Now he doesn't need a hun-
dred tbouaand dollara any more than
the Mint needa a roll of nickel. If
ha get any more money he' likely
to grow bowlegged under tha weight
' of hla wad. And he'a been out of
tha ring o long that If he took on
oma rough fellow accuatomed to
taking 'em and trying to band 'em
uaek he might be hit on tha heeier.
Teaa doee not look upon the Idea of
oeeptlng a awat with the aame
an lent carelnaanee that made him
laugh when Luther McCerty nailed
him. Now It would hurt hi dig
(TXrNfr I going out 1n New
York Btate with none of the
frille and flreworka predicted.
thought that th laat two
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Our special $40 atln-Hned overcoats are
uitable for either evening or day wear.
Open Tuesday (Election Day")
BROADWAY NINTH STRICT AND
Bs e. aid st., bit. fifth a madison avbs,
P. 8. Condition are what IM vuik-r them, T! r MsieM for
hard luck stories may usually be trm ' to the acts of the man
hammer and Boyd Win Extra Hole
Four-Ball Exhibition Golf Match
KAMMER of Fox Hllla ant
Tom Boyd, the club' pre-
feaaliMial. defeated A. 1..
Walker Jr.. Uie Klchmond County lad,
who holda both the Btaten laland and
the Interaoholaatlo title, In a four
ball exhibition match ror tlie Ited
Croaa at tha Richmond County Coun
ICammar won for hla aide at the
nineteenth. 1-aater on l'lrle and Hoyd
defeated Walker and Hammer, that
matoh being oatrlud to tha twenty
The beat part of tha eonteit In the
morning wa at th nineteenth hole.
where Kammer won by playing hi tee
ihot ,0 wUhln f" of th ,n'1
idea had a bei ball of 10 for the round
Noa ot th plr waa able to get
going particularly wall beceuae of tn
cold wind, which nipped th nugeia
All played better uftr luncheon.
There waa a epectaoular half In 1 at
week of boxing under tha Frawloy
law would be celebrated with chain -plonahlp
matchaa every night. The.
outlook promlae nothing unuaual In
tha laat ohanca New Yorkera will
.. t .. a aaakaa aa tuiilt I n arum u el m A
Uenuy Leonard' Injured hand keep
him out. But for that, ll.nny would
probably olean up 110,000 or l.ouu
in th nxt ten daya.
Nw Yorker are not worrying aa
much a tbey might It it war not
possible to take short trips to nearby
Rtate to aee the aport they are de
nied at home. In Pennsylvania there
are atx-round bout a-plenty, and In
Connecticut we have a proapeot of be
ing abl to seo twenty-round matcbea,
with deulalon. On of tbeaa a month
would furnish n muoh aatutactlon to
a fight fan as ono dcllonleaa ten
rounder every week.
IM sttTCKZsKY has a notion that
boxing NEAR New York will
pay He has offered Benny Leon
ard I50.000 for his end to meet Char
lie White of rhicag-i in a new club
that Jamil 1 about to open In New
Haven. The bout, if Leonard accepta,
will be a twon'y-round affair. Thla
would draw tho entire City of New
iorx, not to mention tbe populations
of a few New England towna.
SPORTING PAGE IN
0 BoenWf Ma 10,000. TWT Ml
Ul4T BM4IK6 wSHKf LwMftT Attirr
few. , UTTi.. lo HouH Toor
aMreJ M Cetw,axTcoT .
the first bole, both ICammar and Plrle
Inking good putt. Kainmar had two
other bird" going out, a & at tile long
Ixlh hole and af) at the eighth, where
he ran down a putt from tha edge of th
Aa It waa. th amature atood 2 up at
the turn and they looked like sure win
ner at .th elxtavntli, but Uody won
lite seventeenth, holing a long putt for
a 2. while l'lrle equared account w,
h 3 at the home hole after driving out
of bound. He alio won th matoh with
a 4 at the third hole, or the twenty-fir!
of the contest, l'lrle had the beat In
dividual round, a 74. Th amateurs
had 77 each and Boyd 79
5 -Mile Run by
By a groat buret of pecj In the
laat 200 ynrda Harry Brown won the
weekly handicap race of tha Harlom
Athlollo l.oaguo over tha five-mile
courae of the Alpha Phyaloal Culturo
At the end Brown drew away to u
wentjr yard margin over Mike Tea of
the Ulencoe Athletic Club, wbo an
lahed seven yarda In front of C. Jack-
eon of the. Alpha force
Uhortly after tbe two mile point, tbe
thre runner, moved into the lead to
gether. Brown. Tea and Jackson alter
nated In ssttlng the pace thereafter.
However, at the four and thr-uuartr I
mark Drown assumed oonnnanu and
quickly lricraaaed the pace
and Jackun held
on wn for savtraJIZT, - J. " ' ' T.' " - ? ;'" "
blocka, but th.n b.gan to retire.
Jackson wa the nrt to fall baok, and
aoma two furlong from home Taa, alao
tlrlag, wa foroed to run hla beat to
stave off a final effort by Jackson.
Lenny Metier, the ldornlngald track
captain, won the faat tlm prlia, hla
fourth eonucutiv one thla aon. H
finished in tllrtnth poltlon. from
acratoh, in a field of thlrty-ftv (tarter,
ri th a-'.ual time of at.OI. John Oofl.
dt. Chriit.phsr Club, who alio started
from .crau-n, waa ..v.nt..nth, in It.tO.
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IN THE FISTIC WORLD
Copyright. 1117. by The Pre Publishing Co. (The New fork Evening World).
By John Pollock
Another champlonahlp Is likely to
chang hand to-night in New Orlean.
whan Frankle Hums, the enatlonal
Jeraey City bantam, will claah with
Champion Pate Herman In a twenty
round battle to a declalon. Hum I con
Adent of Hopping Herman again an i
thua bringing the bantam tide back East,
aa two year ago thla month he toppe I
Herman In twelve round. Burn has
been making a wonderful ahowlng In
the ring during the peat two year, and
although he 1 twnty-elht year old he
la boxing bttr than ever In hi career.
Attbouati th boot bstlMea J Ira CoOsr. ttii
Irish ....i.t aod Hill Brerau.
leg Chicago with Ui nuSMrons knnramt to his
'Twill, baa bsas pustuond sersrsl tlmM. It loos
as thatajb tb mst-ti Is nail? on. as Catfar " they oould atop Oliphant th real
dvlaral tu-day that bs'll mraly o ihrwaib with would be comparatively eaay. It waa,
al tt. !TZL?ttLZ?i Z Woat Pointer.' fought
i i Digia. their usual aggressive neas.
aa s-. m . TT . . . I Th attwal waa a big ahook to the
AU dstalli fer tb tsr ruutid lut bstwssa . i ,
rharua Wriawt of RBeji sad Tna Cowiw. thlArrtly- The aoldler elayen had gone
Kiiiii boui. warn agavlstsd uedsi Tbe Btaa ' Uirough two oejupalgna on tha grtd
Bttl i' t.tbac In tha fsaturs ex of taa rooads iron without a reverae and It waa oon-
at tba , it A o. f Bfuoklra oan natantaj ' ........ . .v. . Vl.
akjat li m. ajtor WDrounisr rranki. Brosm 0wtly expected that the gamea thla
alia Mil e asaiust Hsrrr n
Cddls Walleos. gts rlt.er HranUrn Ufhtsslgbt.
to Naa bw out of tha bullog earns for srraral
ssslsi on aasaaat of so lujurad oaud. ta raadr to
battl again aud bl uanasar. i'U liarrar. de
alaied to-daj tbai as La algoad Ma av ts boi
I tin atlUUiy A. 0. f Broaalja oas ak flea)
aaf awits ngktar. ad
who ars ta Bast la tha mala
ax of tan rouada st th Broaawai . O. of
ttwoirn umdoivuw algbt. ars both wwkin hard
' ""' .vnrldant of slanlng. la
K S...l A... I , S VS.... W. . Wf .
WUlla Kohlar. aba fast ferMIl ltt-'irs.utht.
aait Jlamr Hollr. eha nmfA mil aids fighter
oiash in ths aula bout st ta TorkrUa Suurun
Club to-night, la th mm final. Carl lloru. tha
oularad saltsnrstght. will (o agauist Daataij J or
daa of th wart la. also for tan nasds.
Johnnj Duodss and I'al Moots will ftolah t,anl
training to-oaj for thalr (rn round bout w-aiarn
night at tha l'ioasw Mi.irUag Cluh Thsr bars
.... sorklng faithfully III aaarrr a omk. aa thr
.uuoaM nitan an to th atnnar. A itafsat for
Kuadss will aldatrMt htm from tba chasa for Uar
Igbtwalght Utl. m...- . a; . ... Dundsr
aw Moors la hia two battlw wis. Johui; llarrst
sail tha guatar vatclad Itirjre la hli buui
with JlmniT I'uffr last wask Caok slaUM ha
sows taa ojhn a strls to tiarfaotloa.
MaDagw Jack Dobsrtr haa arransag hla card
for tha National A. O. at rwrldsiKS to rvt'sdnss
daj sight. Tbars'U as two iwslissvund hsuu.
Barasv Adair, wbo awaentlr ga.a Willi Jacksaa a
stubborn betila. boaing Young Blades ot Woon
aooast. and Toung lUansr. tha cla.oaat of ths
flyweight Utl. masting Bams; anjdsr of 11 oat on.
Thsrs ara two good tn-iriind hnuls o ths oard
at ths MUllao A. O. of Bruolljn. night. J,
llpllu and Young Umhu t'.l clash lu a rsturi.
s:-ls with i lad Dfar and Kid guswn awainana
uuaohat In tha othar araut.
Matn.maksr UrArd.a la bsj I pal on a hi
.bos at tha Fairmont A. t on riaiuMar niabt
i Usra wtli b four sli-round btit brtwaan siasily
uutobsd flsfitsia ksd a tan pogsa ounlaat. In shl ii
oh t stars a baaiaaa. Mi.kaj rasas of lUrlas. will
fa a Jos Burmaa. ths catvai ani hard hitting Cbi
At ths iklrauae A. A. of I'tniadelphl to night
vitllla sackaon and Irtab 1'aur tl.ins. oo of
j is atr. till luvai ta a an numi aaal Both of
ihsss bvia ara bi faroMlsa .n tujwn. ai
racoid braaklng atlaudanos b rl.iad Cllas
latksoa rsoaatlr fought a ham tau rcund taitla
Mlks O'Disil. ths gt p, oojrr
who has hrsn winning all Sim bate of lata, la
.m'oua to mast Mtddlrsaht ( !umtoa Al Mr
I Coy. O llosi U confidant tha' a can win a da
rlalt lrt.ia m tba fliafflrion. Mab-tunakn
Slliay llurua of tha C.armjt.t fi ,-un club, who
is am oui to aUfa ths loab-ti baa auula POL'
itudoio. fains of aWkf, a and ittr 10 batt.s
at. i-aui a i ij .uis 111a'. ui, ,uj bj
that u alii aivri hla lariua
Valger and Wagner Bag Faat Draw.
Denny Valger, the )'r, nch bantam
champion, and Phil Wsgaai of th east
side, two 1 ids who hava been doing good
wi -k In law Un Hi. I,,, ,lx month.
put up i leneSttPI ll Ian in.ind draw at
the l"i . ivonl A C i-.iay night.
It wa one of thi fg , 1 iMtte, be
tween Lu , t Hows e. n n uiii vicinity
a ictiK t:i ,... ,
ie way that
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inajh a In:
Notre Dame Beat Army Because
They Were Able to Stop Oliphant
West Point Loses iUlItSl KJdtrr
First Game in Two
Team Became Help
less Upon Failure of
Its Star to Gain.
OTItE l'AM K atopped Oliphant.
the human whirlwind, atopped
him ao effectively that the
Army eleven loat lta firat game in two
year. West Point, with It atrongeat
gun spiked, fell a victim to the lighter
but acranptor team from tbe Weat.
Thn defe.it of the aoldlers waa the
olJ caae of a one man team becoming
hclploaa after lta star ceaied to gain.
Notre Dame oame to the point pre
pared to "lay" for Oliphant. He waa
the chief atrength of tha aoldler team
and the aorappy Weiternora figured
year oould be reasonably counted In
th victory column. That waa before
tho flghtlng Westerner, eaue to
the point. They fought the Army line
to a atandatlll and finally began to
break through and toppd Oliphant
bfor he bad a good ohanoa to get
started. Under these conditions tht
greatest back In tbe game la practi
Oliphant, with th fury of a wild
man, plunged time and again Into tho
Notr Dams Hue, only to be thrown
for a lo. It waa a revelation for
thoae who had watohad the human
torpedo tear through the Navy team
In two gamea, then to aee him r-
pulaed by Notre Oame aa If he had
only the ordinary ability of a achool
West Point atartad atrong. A
blocked klok In the Drat few minutes
rolled brhlnd the Invaders' goal line
for a aafety. That only atirred the
vlaltors to greater efforts. With a
powerful rushing und forward pass
ing attack they continually kept the
ottll in the Army territory. The aol
dler line gradually gave way before
the Urrlflc pounding of th Notre
Darn backs, particularly Brandy,
who, after receiving a pretty forward
pass shot over th Army goal line for
th only touchdown of the game.
Th absenc of Howard Miller wa
chiefly responsible for Columbia's,
loss to Amherst. Rosan, the new
quartar, didn't feed hla back, with
the aureneaa that Millar used to han
dle th ball. The Columbia back
flrld, feeling etrange with a new
director, repeatedly dropped the bull
an I two fumbles resulted in touch
down. It was a ruse of Creek agalnai
Oreek when the vlevon from the
Charleatown Navy Yard lined up
against a picked combination from
CaniD Deven. It waa like two Hitr thI day. v al or crovat, the quarter,
vurd teams fnclnB each other. The 1 "'" has a similar lnlurv while Bren
Holiller. w.ro coached 1
llaunhton anil IBS salloia by Lo
Lenry. The" .allor with Cnsrv, Rn . a feature of th Knooker pool touraa-
SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY
CLEANSES YOUR KIDNEYS
yor reliturloa OOl.D MliOAl. Haarlrm
till ha bean a standard household ram-
ady fof kidn', liver, bindOsr und lemaeh
troubls. and all dlaaaaaa connected with
tha urinary organs. Tba kidney unit
Mndsr r th meat Important organs of
ths body. They ar tha filter, tha puii
flare of y.ur blood. If tha potsona which
ntar your ytro through tho blood i
atomaeh nr not nilrsly thrown out by
the kidneys au.l Msulr you ar deomrd.
Waarlne. alraplaaaraa, nrvouneaa.
drspondencr IMUill, tomch troubla,
bvadMhe, pain In loin and lowr ahdo
m.a, gall-atonsa, gravel, difficulty whan
UrlnaUSa, cloudy and alasd in .
rhiumatlsm, aslatlas and lumbgg, all
wrn yea I lwa after your kldnaya at.
t. ,ddr. OOl.n MCDAf. llaailaiu Oil
Cipaulaa ar what yni ni.
Thsv ar not a "patgal mdlcin."
d.era and eallrd oft
2S to 0
Ihtrtmouth waa In a fair way of
getting only a tie with Penn Htate
when The Green, with only three mln
BtM remaining, rushed In Phillip, a
pinch kicker. The young man ruade
good by booting over a pretty goal
from tha thirty-yard line which did
Rutgera wan rudely surprise 1 by
Weat Virginia, or rather by a young
giant, whole name was Rodgers, a
name that the New Brunswick folk
are not likely to foreet for n long
C News of Sports
The New York football eoccer eleven
qualified for the aecond round of th.
National Challenge Trophy competition
by defeating the Clan MacDuffj by a
cor. of 2 to 0 at Lenoi Oval. New
York .cored a goal in each half, and
Hunslker, lnld right on th winning
team, shot both.
Roderick McCheanle of the Canadian
Signal Oorp wa a factor In th. Clan
MucDonald'a ocor team', victory In
the t 8. F. A Cup tie match with the
La Hultana F. C. at Hawthorne i'lold In
Brooklyn. The .cor. was 1 to 0.
McCheanle wa at too form through-
out ths gams and. twstuy mlnut. from
anion and after
t In the bail w th
a Vrouh at 11.
the .nd, h. got poiaion and. ait
p.jiali.g four men, aunt In th. b
uch force that It came through
back of the net. Neither aid acorad
In th flrat half.
. , .v
Several amateur runnere. now n the
I enrlce of VMS Sam. competed In the
opening road run of the St. Anaelm'a
i .tf'te h'o" vV'hl-Sey
r..ll. a. .. aw
nnUh. nrAVnh.v 'aZ7 u TES of
Ing, thay atols a march on their .ervlce
rivaia whom they wiu meet in coming
race.. Billy Shlppell. the farmer Holy
Croaa Lyceum runner, but now unat
tached, won th. rae. by tw.nty yards.
A field of fifty runner took part In
the Initial point erl road run of the
Yorkville Athletlo League, held from
Ilia I. nit Bide House. Lou 1.1 Vosa of
tho Hungarian-American Athletic Club,
with a handicap of Jm. 16.. wa flrat
Home, while Alex Feher, a clubmate.
who wa fourth, oapturad the fast time
i' lie. Team honor went tn the 92d
-t T. af. H. A. with twenty-nine
For the flrat time f thla season tho
champion soccer team of the Methleheni
Football Club had to be content with a
tie game when the crack eleven of the
I'.it.raon Football Club held It to 1 goal
all In a National League match at
O.ympla Park. I'atercon.
In addition to New Tork. the Weat
Hudson and Alley Boya of Newark and
th Clan MacDonald of Brooklyn were
winner In the first round of the Ugltd
S ate Football Association ties The
only tl gem was between the Scot-tiih-Amerlcan
and Babcock A Wilcox,
which will be replayed.
MILWAUKEE. Wl.., Nor. I Repre
sentative, of flv of the American As
sociation of Baseball Club, together
w.lh Thomas H. Hlckey, I'r.ildent of
the organisation, took uch action rela
tive to the reported proposal of the
1nutavllle, Indianapolis and Toledo club
as the Interest of the aaaoclatton re
ti'ilre. Mr. Hlckey did not divulge the
specific nature 04! the action.
Kurdham will face Georgetown to
morrow with a changed line up a far
tfl the Nlaroon bacUfield I concerned.
1 rank Frlacli. tho stnr ba k. Is certain
10 be out of the game. He wa. con-
fined to hi. room yeal.rd.y with a t
lln.munt and will have to rest for wv-
) ira bn standard houaahold remedy.
Thay ar th purs, original Import. d
flaarlam OH your great-geandmother
used, and are psrfactly harinlsss. Th
healing, soothing oil ao.iks Into th ei
sn.l lining of the kldnaya and through
lbs bladder, driving out the poisonous
garnia. New Ufa, flash atrength ml
health will coins aa you eontlnu th
tieutmtnt. Whn eempiataly rea'orad to
yiiur usual vigor, continue taking a cap
sule or two ach day; thay will kp yoa
In condition and prevent a return of th
to net de' r a mlnut. Dely ar -
t'v'llty dsngeroua In kidney an t hla hur
rouble. All druggist (all iJOI.li Mt.DAf
riaagi.nl '" Csla Thay will refund
In. money If net . 1 prassntej. ;n threa
'is, sealed nel. Ask Cut th orta-
laal impoi. J OO MKDAf, Accept lie
T', 6oHC-i To LOOK
To & rvuu that eoob
To orvw. stares.
Ilutgere. with all the strength and
kill that had been developed by
Coach Hanfurd, wu. only able to
check Rodgera, who gained over a
hundred yarda with a force that San
ford hadn't aeen for aome time.
Htitgera aoored first and had the
game, apparently, when Rodgera
swung Into action In tho aecond half.
Af-r a eerlea of bull-like rushes he
succeeded In carrying the ball nearly
two-third of the Held and then fin-
lehed his drive by going over for e I
touchdown that evened the score i
llt'dgcrs proved one of the most for-
iblo backfleld men producod by
any team this year. Coach Hunford
will cheerfully bear thla out.
Told in Shorts')
ment will be the match to-night at
IIovIm's Portv-sseonH Htrset V.'ll-.r.l
room between J. Howard Shoemaker,
national amateur bllliunt champion, and
Ueorga Uarton. Hhoumakar will play
130 to Barlon'a 100.
The Intsrborough Rapid Transit
occer team (cured a wtll earned vic
tory In thn New York State League
over the Urrenpnlnt eleven by 2 goals
to 0 at Hood's Ovnl. Edmondon ahot
both of th goals, ono in ach half.
Columbia and City College clashed
In the opening round oi Uie annual
club series of the Metropolitan Chess
V"'D SSP1SS of the Metropolll
H,ue- w,,-n "luv ,u
1",-r WM '"ding by 4 to 3.
i. with one
Sd. In the
other matches of tho first round Btaten
laluna d:ealea Ihe Weat SliU V 1
0. A. by 0 to at Stauleton. and Cen-
tral T. M. C. A. mado a brilliant debut
with a 53 victory over Ocean Hill
I J&1&". "WAPO
I aarawaawia.il win us uiaye.l in Sine-
81W... "- of. champion. Frnna
Taherekl, who ha named Hodmen a
nan, nov. ij, 11 and IS, for the event
Louis Kreuter of New York will be the
contender fur championship honors.
Morse Dry Dock triumphed over tbe
Fifth Avenue Coach soccer team by a
core of & goal to 0 In the Metro
politan League game at Morse Oval In
Bay Hldgu. Kmolen scored thru
and Watts and 1 on nnu each.
TWO SCHOOL FOOTBALL
GAMES AT EBBETS FIELD
Admlrera of football In Brooklyn
will have an opportunity of aeelng two
exciting game at Ebbets Field to-morrow
afternoon, a Manual Training
School I to n'y against Erasmus ami
Hoys' High School la to try to OOnqtsSf
Commercial HlKh School. The flrat gam
will tart at 2 p, M. At nil four school
have a big following a large crowd la
Conserration means moderation.
Moderation in thinking, buying,
eating, and drinking.
That's why the moderate man is
paying slightly more and selecting
that mild, mellow Whiskey
Wilson Real Wilson That's Allf
Decidedly the desirable
FREE CLUB RECIPES Free
n nr 1 agmU Addraai Wilton.
'Columbia Has Piled Up
678 Points This Season,
Some at Football, but
Most of 'Em at Pinochle."
By Arthur ("Bua$") Baer.
iTbt .N fork Histilng Worli.)
latest algn on the subway car win
dowsIn order to avoid conge.tlon
and confusion In the subwoy. paasen-
gera will pleaao learn to awlm-
Hugglns should do well with the
Yanks this winter.
Notre Dame and the Army managed
to trim Oliphant.
The army hadow boxing lnatruo
tora will have It soft on rainy daya.
Be pretty tough on Ray Cald
well If he hae to pay a war ta
Charley Welnert's manager la gat
ting him a fight. Oh, well, you can t
be a guy'a manager and his friend t
tho aamo time.
Columbia has piled up 67Spo1ote
this season, aome at football, but
most of 'em at pinochle.
OwtsioV of itrrngthrnlng
late, left field, right, centra and th
other infield position. Cownie
Hack hat only hit pitchr to
CSn't blams Columbia foot sail
vje,i la ntalr Klaua.
Snooker pool Just tlluatratee fee
fact that there la more than on way
to rultt an afternoon.
Boxlnq la gatting tha gate In
New York. Getting so that e man
oan't emile In New Yark without
being apprehended and hi thumb
FACTS NOT WORTH KNOWING.
You oan't hear moth In your over
coat. Thn ti n''a.tviui,''ii V1 rA m at Waaaa aa as
awful rackvt becat.ae It can't alaejp
und can t aleep bocauaa It
Ingrown nails are not
lly plugging the mouth of a ralg
apout with vacant shoea, you cat
keop the Interior of tha apout dry
1 during rainy wcathor.
Columbua discovered America la
1492, but hasn't dona much slno.
Since moving the clock forward
an hour, Jaggmanla haa saved over
three million dollar In night watch
men's salaries, but they have to pay
it to day watchmen.
BOSTON'S SIX-DAY BIKE
RACE STARTS TO-DAY.
BOSTON. Ms.. Nov. S Th tsn
hour-ench-day six due bicycle race
which starts here this afternoon ha
attracted the eve of th entire cycllnir
world to the Hub City. New Tork ti
partteiil.rly Interested In the outcome
of the contest, becauao It I virtually
a training ground for the rider who
will compete In the continuous grind
that will be held in Madison Square
CSrden Dec. 1-8.
Fifteen team will face tha starter
here this afternoon, among th promi
nent rider being Thorn. Lawrence.
Corry, Magin, Hanlev. Eaton. Smith
William Spencer. Chatle Ptercey. Tom
Belle. Gordon Walker. Oeorge Cameron.
g ( hapman. Clarence Carman and
r.. uuiaager or l'enmark.
Condon and Dyer winner.
Harry Condon and Fred Dyer were
winner at the Clermont Sporting Crab
Saturday night. Condon whipped
Shamu O'Brien In a hard battle and
Dyer easily outpointed Panama Jo
Oan In ten-round battle.
ImlfAKY "a. "3.-d-WiAil
1. una I I mho vs. Jo Tlpllta.
Fred Dyer vs. Kid Ousn.
voRKviixa a, o.. nan g rad To-maM
Kohlar vs Bolly. Hurt v. Jordan. Ad. SO
Whiskey for the Home
booklet of ramoui club r.cip. f0,
5 F Hit St.. N. Y. That's All I