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SPORTS and
DOTATION
WODEFS STEFFI I'H
Lovers a Track Record at Be,:nin s
by One Second.
■ _ V( ... -* _Favorirrs vron three of
B«=i«s. »• J 1' Wings course to-day. The
the .ix races at the »■«» « finish by Woden.
■Ueptocbu* *" '°i£ c «! the tri«k record for the
«13to 1 shot, which re- ? |A which Cousln
Je « -*2J«-*fS^^^ head by a great
EP urt «f" "?f e 2^ ic «ory over tb. bi B Deld
Auitrila* S»a ■» •» Applaud captured
i e r o n c^hr wiv. The lan race was virtually
ISTmH. a »«. «« i; ' c weather
cloudy. Summaries:
nr,t race -• -i-. -'c f»-»Ti furlongs:
Columbia courr»>— Au«ir*. r.a . .*-• <-i i "-i»' • d 0 t
w r r\;^ « ti l7iad^ea s^ond; Walter Oeaiy. 14.
R*B ' bS. BU* Vetth! OuSw^S Dupont al S o ran.
1 and
I-/'3^l imrd mr f . 1:16%, lusher. Dan re Music.
i-t "• co"k"rit" »•< (W*nrick>. " » 1 end 3 to 1. second;
Jiillw riV* <-h»«-i. 11 to 10 an.l out, third. Time.'
ft&T KUosra-m. SfcVWUwns. Odawah*. Minotaur.,
Charter. jliMteaM nr»<l rherir>c also .a;.
EUCth ra-'e 'handicap; tiirae-year-olda and over; one
"-"ie and rto«6-«ljoeenths; old coun=e> — Grazlallo. 1 " 6
<K»diernt 12 to f> av<i even, won: .an. S3 (Bar
t>»u, 29 W 1 eid 0 to 1. fecend: Proceeds. 100 .Hoff-
Sn» Tto 1 and 2S to 1. third. Tim*. 2:03%. The
6w»ai«TS«r. Jane Holly. : nigh Rider. Al«ter and P..»bt
tal also r»c
BENNiNGS ENTRiES FOR TO-DAY.
JTEST RACE — Selling ; a!! •••»; six furlongs ; Columbia
Out 'ofneart . 12lf*Sh*dy I*4. T«
Or»eo US ; *Juveoaca H*>
poseur .. .. ..;:«. »
212.T CI«DE lit -Calmness **
Esrhiee IIS' 'Frank Tyler .... S->
Toiirg Henry li- »Mt-» Karl «•
n.,is.: ... US *Uule Wood* *■■"'
Troy Kant • 1141 # Sulter» nee 83
•Apprentice allowance.
ttXXfKV RACE For 2-year-olds: Ova and a half tur
lor^* - Columbia course.
I/tr.erirk ' W.iiZi&a. Ro«e I'M
3arbarc«sa . 107 Pat Duuphy 104
sioor.raJ>er 1"7 Simalla 104
Famue; H. Harris 107 Black rat I<H
Priority 107 Ever Near 104
CUppy Thorpe H6'K«>t4v>n 1"*
jo.:* G 104 : L!tt J« Buttercup 104
Xsseli l«i
THIKD BEKKIK6S SPECIAL.: on» mile and a
half; eld course.
rersiftor.ee II • Mr.-,r. r>aify 309
Eekater 113] Jo Between - 102
James F lio.
FOURTH RACE— For 2-y«ar-cl<Js: five furlonxs; Colum
bia course.
Golden Sunri-» HBlCWtloal 112
Amberjack 115 Foxy «..112
Cecarttrome Sanm»l H. Harris 110
"!VIM irishman 115 :-'• h<-mia 10 '
Belkrap 116 lizzie Albert'.ne .....107
Vr.c&s llSJJudee Taragcn 107
Q«Ma Rose 112;
FIFTH BACE — 3-year-old* and over; one mile;
Columbia course.
F'.r Ellerelie 108 Bobby Kean 103
Cuy Par* 105-Bouvier 100
Horn de Plum* . .. KM edrlc 10")
Torn 1-awson l«i«»J!y Mat*" 100
Knit Blanche 10* King Albert I"
Yon R:-sea lOVSt. Roma «. l »
Hocklai.-: .. . 103 3*quiem 10<>
Ttihocic ICaJAnetta 100
tiher Foot lo3|AUlnda 100
SIXTH — ;<:'.r.«c : - ;. etr old* and over: on« rr.r.B
end a Xurlosf: r,,i *ir»».
•Arratgowar: 13f>. rEstaWlsh 100
B««r!y .. ...... 106 'Andrew Mack M
*^':<!r.»- 1 F Kite l(l3ttNjD« Spot S3
'Ccionjav 10i;tIkkl 93
■"Nrv-York . .101 Queen Bell* bO
•Apprentice allowance. fTo ba ridden by bor« vbo
fc&ve n»v«r ion a race.
BIXG HAS ITS INNINGS.
Simplicity and Hymcttut the Only
Winning Favorites.
KssvOrtean Nor. 2?.— The rir.g ha I Its Innings to
flar. S.n-.7:::'::ty and Hjpnetxss beJr.g- the or;ly win
■las favtrl.es The letting xvas fair. £.ni eich of
toe tesi'. favorites was wtll ,=i;rp fed ih-jw „h-
<t wag cltar, and the irack was las:. Riimmarias-
Pirn rtce {Sim furlong*) — Old Eng-lar.d. 117 (Crlmmlns'),
6 '■'■ 6. wor: E^-utcSecn. '.•: pSr. :j :. -.:.-. i] i 4 to 0
i^? 3^,, 3 ,- W - °'- N>;: - l lJfi fXhW), Bto 1. third Time.
vm. w. L G«errv FeUnaatorm. Ueutenart Ilice.
Julia JanltlTi and Lesl'- B. al.j ran.
, ■•"■ I" <L»:f r::-- --s.Tni>licitr. 108 (Gannon), 2to
I. MM L * <ir Obj»«*1o. i<* <V. Bobbles). 10 to 1 sec-
2 C A ; r. le -*«J eara - V *- ' H - W»W*?»), 6to 2, third. Time.
w-4-^i. Etonckc, facjejra Z>*ya. Bonnie A«nec. Fair
rr * 3 &si £■»-•>-;•'« >'"J^ a^o ran.
mSS2 n ¥ (f< "'- :l *u'»'« - .s»>— Gut Heidorn. 101 (J.
»eintin«), 8 to 1. won; Tom M*ad. 100 tS*am»ter). 10
Mi I *?^ v lor.a. SI fscbi!ll-g). S to 2. third. Tima.
«* ,/ *^E? tf tie *W«T. ilisanthrop<% Gigantic. Tom
ateo^ 6 *" "* ----' • Ex£la = aa - tloa ami Golisplnlt
«m t>Ul ?^, M taJJ* us an dsjMfc; handicap)— T>« Re
f« o w lX - i 11 1. won; Sonoma. B*!l«. 113
t cscamai, 3 •■ i. Meend; Kankin. 104 (J. Mclntyre^.
Jj, 1 * . *'- lafe - ***- A l a< " 111 and Hig'- Wind
Flfia rac* Oalle md a Quarter)— Hymettus, »9 (j.
■ssMsn oto I. won; MontpeJier. 68 (S. Dickson), 7
S_ B> !T??^ ; thcTOa - IQ I <McCa.Terty), «to 2. third.
Tin*. 2:0. •*. Th« Bobby also ran.
Ma race Jose mile)— Jareta, 103 (H. Phillips), 3 to
LT^i^yj 55**- n ' OOeoO. 8 to 1. second; Edith
»y. JO4 « Diclcsosj. 4 to 5. third. Time, 1:41 V». Red
£0£ Gotowia. Lou M.. P.usmU A. and Fox Huatias
RESULTS AT LOS ANGELES.
Io4»* m"S?* > Cc a —first n« (flve inrlozgt)— lnter-
Bociiii ? sh > 7 to 1. no; B«th Beech. 110 (J.
Ho L t*-JJ *. »conil: Mies Provo. 115 (W. Nan.-aec),
EC«wioS:r b^* 1% »- P«rer« Grande. Carlisle.
StccSl^; 7V P - "^"-house and Br: £ «--a also ran.
IsSS' ££& » (Lawrence). 7 to I. third. Time.
Tti-3 W^;i f^ Xt v - Percne-I and Tlzen also ra-i.
6 •• iT ££■ v,-£e. i ? J Bl>^" r>fen Ccianß . 10* 05. Walsh).
Fcw=« SiSlf^ 4^ "«• - « hlrd Time. 1:14 V.
bEk nSTa^fSglsigj" 0 - L * ad "' r - puota - Tom
JC2 <H^de6^Lif B * *■■ or.e-€ixteentij rallwrt— Flo Bob.
I*l T^4e'r2t^. (L ** reE "*». 2to 1, third. Time.
«««. Cii"p"'!ML5 H *'. B''8 '' (l*wr«nc«>. 20 to 1. «ao-
Trwleaa "also Via. *"■ 210 lhil& - T 1 ™*- } iU *-
fe-tiJTSi' "M 1- wo , n: Jv * d «* Denton. 105 CH.
«»•. ijov. RoM«rte and My G«m mm raft.
RESULTS AT OAKLAND.
S!rV^*S^^>7^i^:>ll (Davl.>. 6
J/ I*^1 *^- A.«iro£«UcV». 6t», atb-I- 10 -?' lhlr< l- Tlm«.
tt £- «"«» aea E^rl!» r > To^r^J horn(laJ «. O»laai
E*coßd raxe frntnViil i0 "*r» aijo ran.
s^wasSsS?* petrol>m '
..Flrti r*«e (ban<":c»^' *„* *» aJ» 0 ran.
V.n«ior. I* 'Ar-iV^n, f*,"*, on 't«Jf furlon»«)_
»M (KfiApp). iH ?w on V'| T on «-«'fhthl-I3yror. e r«a! a .
£~ l*J M< &2 " h '^o°r ! »?SS«-*S
N. Y. A. SWIMMING CONTEST BOOMS
ZTL J%* •* I ~nln, contests to be b€ld n
rir^l^nXt iD ', The cost « « ■■**■ • 1»
t^t-jT iM * ttl^' ***** • wll^ ROTlce H'^««
riT> ; . * :l-T*'^"- -"" z '** r-.av
GOLF.
Gossip of Clubs' Status — Commit
tee's Probable Report.
The special committee appointed at the last an
nual meeting of the United States Golf Association
to investigate the status of the golf clubs of the
country will not make it? report Until the next an
nual meeting, to be held In vary- The sub
ject Is of national interest, and the remit of their
labors is anxiously awaited. There has been much
discussion on the subject In golfing circles, and it
is the general opinion that the allied clubs will get
recognition, and S3v?ral of the mirror golf associa
tions may have i'-pr<v»entat;vfs included In the ex
ecutive committee. A general outline of the com
mittee's Intentions" according to gossip, is that the
associate clubs, which now pay annual dues of $100.
will be known in th future as active members, and
will -v annual dues of ISO. The annual dues of the
i aTiied members, which were cut down from 123 to
THE NEW SIX-C7YLIXDER 90-HORSEPO WER POPE TOLEDO.
Bnllt to attack the mila record of 39 seconds. 'Webb at the -wheel.
510. two years ago, will remain at $10. It is be-
I!«ved that the reduction of the dues of the asso
ciate members to $50 will be within the reach of
the most desirable of the allied clubs, and will re
sult in h general stampede from the allied ranks
to the active ranks, where they will have the privi
lege of voting. At present the allied members are
allowed a representation at the annual meeting*, but
are not allowed to vote.
The Western clubs would like to have the general !
dues placed at $25. which would not be a heavy tax
and would be within the reach of all the clubs.
There are nearly three hundred clubs In the associa
tion at present, and such a movement would turn
the annual meeting into a regular convention and
make golf unwieldy to handle as minor clubs, with
short nine-hole courses would be on a par with
the leading clubs of the country which maintain
expensive eighteen-h I courses.
The association at present has about $10,000 In the
treasury, and could well afford a general reduction,
but such a proposition is quite out of the ques
tion, and could not be considered In Justice to
the few clubs which have accepted championship
courses.
There are a plenty of allied clubs with eighteen
hole courses, which will doubtless become active
members under the $50 dues, as they can well af
ford It. while the smaller clubs whose courses
will not admit of a championship event, are well
satisfied with the $10 dues, and do not care to pay
a larger amount merely for the sake of a vote
which will not benefit them personally.
The suggestion of putting the various champion
ships in the hands of a committee to assign the
contests to various sections of the country will
hardly be tak^n into serious consideration, as
there would be Uti or no use tix holding an
annual meeting, the disposal of these events being
the chief business brought before the delegates
for their consideration. A vote is useless unless it
is of service when it is needed.
The committee which has the matter in hand is
composed of Lionel H. Graham, of the Baltusrol
Golf Club, chairman: Sidney A. Foster, of Dps
Moines; B. Crowell. of Cleveland; Samuel V. Hub
npr. of Philadelphia: C. T. Atkinson, of Chicago;
W. M. Whiting, of Boston: D. R. Foreran, of Chi
cago and G. Herbert Windier, president of the
United States Golf Association, ex officio.
The committee held a meeting in Chicago last
summer, in th*> open championship, but it met in
executive s=eseion, and the result of its delibera
tions has never been made public. The only thing
known In regard to the subject is the current gos
sip in golfing circles, which is believed to be an
outline of its work.
ENGLISH ELEVEN MAY COME HEBE.
Corinthian Football Club Plans a Tour in
United States and Canada.
G. O. Parker, of the famous Corinthian Football
Club, of England, is endeavoring to arrange a tour
of the United States and Canada for his eleven
next year. He has been In many of the cities of
Canada, and expects to have games at Montreal.
Toronto. Ottawa. Gait. Guelph, Winnipeg and Van
couver. It Is expected the team will then be able
to arrange matches at Ban Francisco, Chicago.
Pittsburg. Philadelphia. New-York and Boston.
Mr. Parker obtained considerable encouragement
for a game in New- York. It is expected that the
projected league will then be in full running order
and that the. game will be played under Its au
spices.
FRESHMEN DEFEAT SOPHOMORES.
N. Y. TJ. Interclass Football Game Was a
Surprise to Collegians.
For the first time in three years the freshmen
were victorious In the annual freshman-sophomore
game at New-York University yesterday. The score
was 10 to 0. The result came as a big surprise, and
more money changed hands than in any of the
"varsity games th!s season. Soon after, the game
started the "freshies" showed their strength by
putting up a defence that could not be pierced.
Mo wen made the first score after about five min
utes' play. Neither team was able to cross the
other's goal the remainder of the period, but tha
odds were all la favor of the freshmen. The second
half was a repetition of the first, with Mowen
again distinguishing hirme.f by several long runs
and finally crosang the goal.
BROWN ELECTS FOOTBALL CAPTAIN.
TBT TELEGRAPH to the TEIBtIVE.]
Providence. R. 1.. Nov. 28.— The Brown football
team to-night unanimously elected "Gus" Russ. '<.«.
of Norwich. Conn., as Its captain for next year.
Russ has played end for three years on the 'var
sity, showing marked ability in breaking; up Inter
ference and stopping end runs. He la a graduate
of Worcester Academy, where he was captain of
the team, and also prominent In their athletics.
Several times Russ has been mentioned as an all-
Am»rican end. .Russ is prominent in college ath
letics and a member of Delta Phi Fraternity. As a
result of the season's playing the followlnT men
have been awarded their ''B's": Sithwlnn. Walsh,
Rubs Cobb, Webb. Savage Hlgg- ns. MaoGre^or.
Wineiov. Ingalla. Conklin. Fletcher, Colter. Curtis,
Blthwertz. Rackle. Chase and Ehrr.ke.
DARTMOUTH ELECTS CAPTAIN.
David John Main, of Denver, has been elected
captain of the Dartmouth College football team
for the coming year. Main Is now in his Junior
year In college, and has played for two seasons as
left halfback on the 'varsity team. He la a brill
iant player, and in the season Just closed con
tributed rreatly to the strength of Dartmouth's
backneld. _^
WELL KNOWN CRICKETER DEAD.
Cricketers will be grieved to learn of the death of
George Williams. on« of the most active members
of the Kings County club, of Brooklyn, which oc
rnrrwd i n . t Sunday. Funeral services will be held
£*£ l£w Wo. 8 Brevoort Place, Brooklyn.
this evening at 8 p m
MACLEAN WILL BE WELL BACKED.
Hugh Mac Lean, who Is to raca "Bobby" Walthour
on Saturday night In the fifteen-mile race for the
motor paced championship of the world, will net
lack for backing. "Sport" Sullivan, of Boston,
Is coming here to back MacL«an for any amount.
Mac Lean ha« arranged to have Charles TurviJlo
pa" Wm. At ™nt he Is riding from fifty to
ieventy.rtve ralles a d«. to Urn ■ traces bS ««O'
SS^^B^BSSBJ
NBW-YOBK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 11)04.
I'KINKETS SELL WELL
HIGH PRICES THE RULE.
Get of Noted Stallion in Keen De
mand at Old Glory Auction.
The dispersal sale of the entire breeding estab
lis.hment of the Gentry stock farm of H. B. Gentry
added Interest to the eighth day of the Old Glory
Sale of light harness horses in Madison Square
Garden yesterday. The consignment was made up
largely of the get of the great McKinney. 2:11' 4 .
which was bought last October by William Simpson
for the princely sum of $30,000. There were forty
head in the consignment, and it brought a total or
HMU, an average of $530 a head. The horses were
considered well sold as a rule, particularly the Mc-
Klnney yearlings, among which may be another
Sweet Mario, Kinney Lou or China Maid.
There was no falling off in attendance, either
among those who came to see or those who cams
to buy. There seems to be BO lack of money for
Investment in well bred trotting stock, and yes
terday's sale was In many respects the best of the
long s'esE-lon.
H. B. Gentry bought MeKinney three years ago
for $25,000 to stand at the head of his breeding farm.
When offered $50,000 for the great stallion last
October he says he could not afford to refuse it.
The sale, however, broke Into his plans as a
breeder, and as he could not be satisfied with any
other ctallioo he decl.l«>d to break up "housekeep
ing." as far as breeding the- trotter Is concerned.
Thus the sale yesterday. McKinney, now seventeen
years old. is the nnly sire of six 2:10 trotters. They
include Sweet Marie. 2:W-i; Kinney Lou, 2:07\:
Charley Mac. 2:0T 34:3 4 : Hazel Kinney. 2:o3'i: The
Roman, ::oi*^. and Dr. Book, 2:10. In addition, ha
is the sire of five pacers with a mark of 2:10 or
better, and fifty-four other standard performers.
It is little wonder then that his jet brought such
good prices yesterday.
Henry McKinney, a yearling bay colt, brought
top price of the pet of McKlnney. After seme spir
ited bidding L H. Supple®, of Rosemont, Penn^
secured him on a bid of $1,825. He Is engaged in
stakes to the value of $29,500. and to all appearances
seems to be one of the best prospects at the coming
season. C. W. Marks paid lI.BM for Wallace Mc-
Kinn^y, also a yearling bay colt, and Belle Me-
Kinney and Cheery McKlnney brought JI.OGO an i
$900, respectively. D. W. Maloney, of White Plains,
bought the latter, a weanling brown colt foaled lart
August. The little fellow, hardly three months old,
showed highest quality, and his career will be
watched with interest by many who saw him pass
under the hammer yesterday.
Of the other horses in the Gentry consignment.
Ed Winter. 2:12-4. the nine-year-old stallion, which
stood with McKlnney, was sold to William Bradley
for $2,100. He was slightly lame, or would un
doubtedly have brought more money, as he gives
promise of being a succesful sire. William Simp
son secured the brood mare Charming Bunker, on
a bid of 52,000. Sb« was the dam of the two good
pacers, Kin* ' Direct. 2:05^. and Cheery Lass. 2:C6*i.
and was bred last August to McKinney, who now
stands at tha farm of William Simpson. The. two
year-old son of Ed Winter. Henry Winters, will
go to Canada. Johnson Brothers, of London, Ont,
paid $1,275 for the promising youngster.
Virginia Belle, in the consignment of J. Lyon
Gardiner, was In keer. demand at the. evening ses
sion by Speedway drivers. She has never raced,
and consequently has every opportunity to win her
self out with little trouble. She showed to ad
vantage even in th« narrow confines of the Gar
den, ar.d to all appearances was perfectly pitted
and had plenty of speed. John F. Cockerlll seemed
determined to get her. and did so on a bid of $835.
An Incident of the evening which caused no little
amusement was the offering of Mis* Stake, de
scribed as an imported thoroughbred mare and a
natural trotter. She was shown around the ring
before i- rattletrap wagon, at a Jog, which the
wild shouts of the crowd could not raise to any
thing approaching a respectable trot. She sold for
$100 and the wagon for $15. and well sold, Even her
breeding caused merriment. Her dam was Cutlet.
and she by Muncham— Choppe, and so on down to
her thirteenth dam. .-.,„„ .
The consignment from th« Glon Moore Farm of
E S Wells, consisting largely of two-year-olds and
; weanlings, sold fairly well, although the prices
i averaged low A black two-year-old fUly, by Bar
i ron Dillon, which has trotted eighths in twenty
! seconds on the farm track, brought top price of the
i lot. She was knocked down to Charles C. Browcr.
i of Plainfleld, N. J.. for S6SO.
I The sale which has proved one of the greatest of
! its kind ever held in this country, will close to-
a lie total for 125 head sold yesterday was $44,660.
an average of $3:7. Eight hundred and seventy
sevf-n horses have been soid In the eight days of the
sal© for a grand total of $417,235. an average of
i $4a."i. The details of yesterday's sale of those bring
j ing $500 or over, follow:
Black two-year-old flllr, trotter (1902), Baron
Dillon — Alfaretta. by Aleontara; Charles C
Brown. Platnnold. N. J ■ »««5
Ed Winter (2:11%). b. c, 15.3, 9 years. Jay Bird
Lady Ham. by Hambrlno: William Bradley... J.IOO
Wallacu McKlnney, b. c. (1S03), McKlnney —
Leonor. by Dash wood; C. W. Marks, Washing
ton Court House, Ohio ........... 1.850
I^onoi (2:24;. b. m.. 15.1. D««liwood — Duferln*
(Geraldine"). by Echo; Ranaapo Stock Farm.
Spring Valley. N. V WJ-C '80
Cheery McKlnney, br. c. (1904), MrKlnney—
Charming- Bunker, by Bobby McGregor; D. W.
Malmev. White Plains -•••• »00
Henry Winters, b. c. 15.8% (190:.'. Ed Winter—
Charmic* Bunker, by Bobby McGregor; John
son Brothers, Londoc Ont •• ... . 1.375
Charming Bunker, b. m.. 15.1. years. Bobby
McGregor — Bunker, by Mambrlno
Kins: William Simpson ■ • ■ • ■ .•••. 8.000
Belle McKlnney. br. f. (1904). McKlnney— BelU
Red. by Red Wilkes: W. B. Dickerruaa. Ma
maroneck. X. T •• •• • • LOOO
Belle Red. I:i«14. '• m . 15.3, IS years, Red
Wllkes— Emma G.. by Almont; D. G. McDonald,
Plttsbur*. Perm. •• ■■•• 1- 000
Henry McKlnney. b c. (19031. McKinney— Ml*.
Fantastic, by Electric Bell: I. H. Supplie. nose-
m«n', ch en ml. lYstt" V yVarV. 'Alcatraa— Natul*. *.■«•
Notrlx. eh m. II !tt. » r«*r»- Alcatraa— Natuia,
by B*lmont; John H. Shults ■•■ VV «»
Anita McKinney. br. f (1904). McKlnney— Antta.
by Baron Wilkes: H. B. Crawford. Montclalr
V J .; 656
ICorve.l McKinney, br. c. (1904>. McKlnney—Nor
vena, by Norval; J. U Rothfelt. Washington
Court House. Ohio •• • •• • -■ • •• " Oo
Jessie Baron, b. f. 2 years. Oakland Baron—
Jaauenlta, by Hinder Wilkes; A. W. Cox.
Paoll. Perm » • ••-• B0(>
Lola McKlnney. ' b'.' "f.' ' (1903).' McKlnney— Our
I.ady. by Nearest: J. H. Supple. Rosemont.
Perm. XMfJi
Lizzie Baron, br. tn'. ' 15. 2. ' S years Oakland
Baron— Miss Ll«ie S.. by Bow Be»l« James
1 -i M ' -i ........•..•«-•-• •3 a
J»an Cuyler."2::3U. eh m. » years. Baronet
First— Cuyler. by Curler; B. A. Bulk
ley, Sourhport. Conn. •• ■ .....-•.. *'
May Jackson, Wit m.. IS 2. 4 years. Birch wood-
Alma Wilkea. by Baron Wllkos; A. J. Keating.
AdA*te, b'.k m.; years." Advertiser— Manette. by
Nutwood; A. L- Thomas, Benson. Neb....: 850
T'Men eh m . 15.2. 8 yea.rs. Dexter Prince— -
Wildway. by Electioneer; P. Connelly. Fhlla-
Virginia Belli' b' m, 'Hi', '* ' ye'ar^ 'rhirae ,p* :l „,
—Virginia, by Orch^tra: John F. , Cockerlll .. 83S
Marian R«J. b. f.. lft.3. 8. Bed Wllltf*— Mtnni»
Wllkes. by Sutton: Charles P. Fleming. Mendon.
Mass I\l__l_—ll.
TEAMS FOR 7TH REGIMENT GAMES.
Champions of national and metropolitan repute
will lock horns in the Invitation relay nw« .to be
decided at the forty-sixth annual tame* of the 7th
Regiment In the armory. Park-aye. and Sttty-aev
enth-st.. nejet Saturday evening. Following is the
mak«-u» of the teams: VvTtrl . E
%L» i»ij isa^b bu of* l*» ••• B » miwvx r "
A UTOMOBILE GOSSIP.
La Roche to Run Car to Philadelphia
in Fifty Minutes.
Edward M. Steck and F. A. La Roche, repre
sentatives of the Darracq company In this city,
wHIw HI try In the near future to drive the 180-horfe-
Power Darracq automobil? owned Jointly by them
over the tracks of the Pennsylvania Railroad from
this city to Philadelphia In fifty minutes. The
wheels of th 0 autcmobUe will Do tttte.l to run on
th© rails.
The ear weighs 2.200 pounds, and there is aomo
aoubt as to this weight beJn? sufficient to keep
the machine on th« rails gome o^-er fro C 3 and
pitches at the terrific speed thai will be main
non-«bn £JfZ Rocfce . w »»o this summer made a
return fn n^-v, from this cit * t0 St. Louis and
lyS^owir^HP 0^ 1 " ? ar racq. will drive the
fldent that L .n ne {t i the atte^Pt. and «s can
minutes U make the <^»tance In fifty
NEW POPE CAR TO BREAK RECORD.
The Pope Motor Car Company has completed
what Is asserted to be the highest power racing car
«ver built In this country. The car will be entered
in the automobile record trials at Ormond Daytona
Beach in January. A. C. Webb, who drove the
60-horsepower Pop* Toledo racer in the Vand»rbllt
Cup race, will pilot the new car.
The car i a built with the Intention or breaking the
world's straightaway record of o:3s. made last year
by William K. Vanderbilt, sr.. on the beach.
The six-cylinder engine develops something more
than 90-horsepower. The cylinder dimensions are
6x6 Inches. There Is a direct drive and no transmis
sion gear. The engine shaft is connected to the
counter shaft by a bevel gear, and the rear wheels
are driven by chains from the counter shaft. As
geared at present, every time tho engine completes
a full revolution the driving wheels do likewise.
The axles and steering knuckles are made of nickel
steel. The radiator and bonnet are of th* regular
Pope Toledo type. The car weighs less than 2.301
pounds, the limit for heavy racing machines.
NATIONAL BILLIARD TOURNAMENT.
At the regular meeting of the National Associa
tion of Amateur Billiard Players, held on Monday
night at the Liederkranz Club. No. ill to 119 East
Fifty-elghth-st.. it was decided that the fifth an
neal tournament for the national amateur billiard
championship for the gold cup mbl«tr oe played
under the auspices of the Chicago Athletic Club, at
Chicago, about January 30.
European Advertisements.
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ing rooms of the hotels named below:
AVOY HOTEL, LONDON
HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD.
The rooms are bright, fresh and airy,
md dellglufuily quiet. Bathroom to every Suit*.
SAVOY RESTAURANT.
The most famous restaurant in Europe. The
Orchestra plays during Dinner and
the Opera Supper.
C LA RIDGE'S HOTEL,
The Centre of Fashionable London
" The Last Word" of cModem
Hotel Luxury. ■ Charming suites with prevail
entrance, bathroom, etc.! Over 300 rooms.
Nearly 100 bathrooms.
A magnificent Royal Suite.
HE CARLTON
B Hotel. Restaurant,
and Grill Room,
LONDON!.
Unrivalled Position in London
UNGHA3I HOTEL,
Z\ Portland Place & Recent St. W
Family Hotel of the Highest Class.
Modern Appointments. ModeratJ Tarift
HOTELS IN ENGLAND.
LONDON
MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL
MANCHESTER - '. ;
MIDLAND HOTEL
LIVERPOOL. ADELPHI HOTEL
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BRADFORD. MIDLAND HOTEL
MORECAMBE BAY ...
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DERBY . . - MIDLAND HOTEL
W IOWLE. MMMct. Aliui^ud l^tUwa* UoteU ua
Bcfrt»ujurut Kwi», etc.. lUi.l OJbc»— iUdl»»4 UcajiJ
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ran ■™»^XM-TOSBIUDp i l ?xS nJg Exx3(OT(l3|
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HOTELS IN SCOTLAND.
CIABCOH- »T. t.NUCU UUIU.
ukAOU Kkt HMtni UUtUiacU).
STATION HOTEL
* <»or Barn* CotUs*-Blrtbpla<«).
DLUI'ILta — vo it 1. -.m. m ■
(lor Hum* M»n»ol«aaa. et«.)
Tariff* of th« HolrU and lull partlettlnr* a. to route.
mxMj be had at the Kuruix.au Olfl, of Th» Trl*u»«.
at 14» Fl«>r! rttr«»t. I ..r !.,a _^_^_^___
Upper Norwood Queen's Hotel.
Xear Cryit»t *•»:»<:<!. London. Healthiest situation la
EnH»nd Lov«ly tordeni. Bo»r<l:ii« tenni from li S«
•' S.*T. ep«cl*l itrnn far Ur>* partie* Coav«ai«a»
C^i* MntM tar Cit# *aa W«t Bus i^a4osk
Foreign Resorts.
&HPSaBS _ m — * M \ "Hie George NocjrovJch r!otel», aacqaailetf la
Sfm tti^A'fAjvr' ammMmaW \ each moarrn detail. Information and Room*
If mSISm g# *" mm W*B_W W* » \ rejerved direct, or by Clark'i Tourist AitotJ,
flflf *gj mWm^ m ) „j. Bn«t«ty, .New York.
The Savoy* Gd* Continental, The Angleterro 9
Mo»t luxurious In the Orient. , Perfectly new, opposite I/fcekicN • W: nown h«^h-cUtc Fihhli
Full south. Ctnlxe of rashionatiM ) Gardens and Opera Kou*-. Hotel. Quiet pcsiiisn. Ma*
Cairo. Rooms have private { Each roam has balcony and »-.. i efiurr ••« Ssceial terms f«
batris. Patronised by Royalty. ' p'»ce Grand tmn&lm. '^-rwi.-* Moderate c re*.
i^^AflMiA BZ m *mmoß%&) The Traveller's
M mm™'* ° Km ßyP^\ << winter Play Ground."
iGmr Shepheard 7 s Hotel. Ghezireh Palnce Hotel.
THE PREMIER HOTEL IN EGYPT. d N THE BANK OF THE NILE.
j fIF.ST SITUATION, surrounded by Garden* «r)d Pa|s» A LUXURIOUS ORIENTAL PALACE. traß? I cr»e<l
! Groves. From the pictnresque Verandah th« passing life into the rr.L^t ComFortabie Hotel. LAK!jE- PARK Mit V*
of the Oriel it seen at it* best Al«cK;tely perfect GOLF. TENNIS, and POLO Grounds Greatest Confer:
I SANITATION, and finest CUISINE in Cairo. at Mode-ate Charge*. Every Ibidem Requisite fir m Mail
400 BEDROOMS— BATHROOMS. Winter Home. r
Full particalirs and Guide to Eiopt from INT SLEEPING CAR Co.. 281. nfth Aw', NEW YORK,
and ao. Cock-pu.- street. LONDON, or C. BAEKLER. Qener«l Manager. CAIRO.
|SAO| CC (" SAVOY HOTEL BBSSAHIGQ.
HI iA IT la EL W . ) Hew First Class House. Full Ssathsra Eipmn.
ilf ) prqmemoe cmeoiaio.
iH The Modern Hotel. C Magnificent Passransa of Hmitoz and Bay.
Ffi JFh 3ft Tho Most Modern RMSTiTm
m M I % Paris Hotel. HU i X.L
m ■ amr -. U iierits iivteu. I fT oL V • #w#l
am IB & a V& TsUertca Qaritu*. | §TE ESkj %jl S t W_ff%
EUROPEAN RAILWAYS, I
MIDLAND RAILWAY.
The I'ictnresque Kcnte of Great Britain.
The most intereai*ug ai.a v »ci.ur*;»^-^ ioul« through
th« centre or Knslana. IMPROVED EXPRESS 3ER- ,
VICEd LIVERX'OoL. (Central) to LONDON ana PRIN
CIPAL. TOWNS, and LIVERPOOL -fixchanKe* to Scot
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GAf>E CHECKED through from hotel, residence or
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Broadway and «« Madlson-ave.. and to Messrs Thoa
Meadow* ft Co., %' Beaver St.. Midland A|»!.t« for
FreleM Traffic, for frelrht rates to all parts of Great
p- iv
FRANCE, BELGIUM & HOLLAND
Grand Hotel
PARIS
BOULEVARD DEb CAPUtINES AND PLaCE
DE L'OPERA. I.CCO ROOMS WITH PRiVATE
BATKB. TARIFF ON CATION
0 AfllS (Favorite American Eoust.)
' Hotel Chatham.
PARIS. Hotel ac rAthcncc
15, RUE SCRIBE,
OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA.
The Modern Hotel of Pari*.
E. AKMBRUSTER. Manag»r.
ORRIS
ir HOTEL DE LILLE ETd'ALBION,
£3. Iln* Bf. Honore. cUne to Place en.iome. Fi 11 cU>i. All
OKxtern laiprOTemeßts. Ftott bone comfort. Li-;* ball
Keitanrant. luncheons and iU.ner* at tixeo wtm or 1 la c*?:e.
Xciesraau : Ijllalbiom. r*Rl* -Henri Ab«dle. Proprlauv.
Il.t«1 J n r--.i«;-. *"*• 2 8. Com dc h Rein:
nOtfil OH r8.13.1S Heated throaehout: roomi
Ixoxn 4 in: with board 10 fis.
BDIfQQfI Q "L£ GRAND HOTEL.
nuoo cL 0 c "" R °°* *"»" eM iw
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE
/CANNES. UNRIVALLED
w Hotel
Metropole.
EOfBKI GROUNDS OF .10 ACRES.
Monte Carlo.
lots! da! 5 Hermitage
Most Modern and luxurious In Monte Carlo. Masr-iflc»nt
Te-race. ■üb-trcrical Garden r.verleoklnr Bar of Monaco
and Mediterranean, full view Tacht a.nchora<» and rir»
work displays
Rome, Italy.
11 Grand Hotel.
OPEN THE YEAH ROUND.
The must beautiful
and comfortable
Hotel in Italy. Electric
light throughout. American
elevators. Charming Suites
with bathrooms attached.
Under the same Direction as
THE SAVOY HOTEL. LONDON.
Rome, Italy.
Cd HotelQuirinal
OPEN THE YEAR ROUND.
Highly r;i>ut«U and fashion ib!«» Ist eta» Hotel in th«
healthle»t and flac*t part of Home. Every moU».a
cssftfort and ioiu:-y\ Grund Hall. Uund. IVUato batn
ruoui». l'erf ect .unltation.
mtill fXAS(* HIENCH KCSTACK.VNT.
STEAM HEAT THItOCGHOCT.
»(lMr fell l:-'-~
pi Vi - -» ) Bectriciti. Steam
Ira ROYAL HOTEL , b:at. Wiotergarsea.
f| KUIAL liOItL ( suites w.th
■ ■ Open the Year Round. ) PrJT2IB BathfCOCt
I^l !0E (Hotel ds Lux«).
I^IhOTEL DE MCE.
PriTAl* Hath*. Seatbern Exj>o»ara. Garden*.
■at hhbi rri VirU/\ l'.itron»— «*»t Clw
AS ICE. bLfl ' ltW ) Amerinu.
BMPy n ! "^r 1 > I-atr.t Coni.'ort».
il ( Grande Bretagne v ,uti«aai.«aa«iutis.
■ It jli'Jta I^ibUane. J by Matt. >ew York.
AMWPC CENTRE OF j
/^AINIMc^, fashion. ;
w Hotel Beau Site. j
FULL SOUTH EXPOSURE. LOVELY GAS3INS- (
PANNES. UNRIVALLED !
Al>->nZ5. SITLATION
Hotel Gallia I
Built on the American plan in 1900.
Orchestra. The most up-to-date Motel
00 the Riviera. Tariff oq appUcatica. .
Foreign Retcrta.
Hotel Continental,
Ho*t ItunrlAtM sail rnmfortablf t'>«e| tn l".irt«. BesltS
l«t Isratloa and Qaest »'.••>. «fr|,,;..iaj Tuilerl<M
Eta Btetint brat throu«huot. IN i>rlTmt« *»ta
ronm«.
ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE
GENOA.
SAVOY HOTEL.
Oprofite Rs!Nra/ '--■ it. Th« On!' Modem Haul
In Qtaoa. Opactd October. ISO 7.
FBENCH RESTAURANT.
LIPPERT * FiOHOMI. Pro 3 rl«««r%
BEWOA. r.;-;™;«7
0 "EQEN PALACE."
e£ ii '" I Faclnif R. R. Station.
C iJtJA. N « »' steamers. Ssliwn
a. 11 j n Tickets MM RtjistmUon
(BlJOU HOTEL)
HOTEL 0£ LONSREB.
SAN iOIQ, Elaiutsi Position.
SAVOY HOTEL.
Opened •hniiarT. 1900. Tbr> Moat Modern oa tb«
Italian Khrfc-m. >plrn-liil \ lew, Larcc djr'i'n,
Kl.-'lrlr Liji.t. Strain Ilratln?, Lift. Feriect f*mmt
t.irioD. AiiirrU-ua and t.t«li«ti DlUtard Tablet, Or
rhntra. >AtX MAiU>'l. Prop*.
San Re mo. «-*>
Hotel
M. Bertolini. ROYal,
SAN REmQ. %££&*.
Grand Haiei Bellevuo
Fire-proof Superb View of Sea and Mm
Uins. Warmett and b«»t part in San Rtma
Acres of Sub-UODcal GarCer.s clote to Cali Links.
FinnPMPF Electricity. Steam*
LUiiLiiUL. heat, tec arde»
Hotel de la Villa
•SET APPMfP Hotel -(Se-Lcse.
g LUHEHUE. , Finest Position.
FT f GHAfiO HOTEL.
LvivL.'LL. Finest Position.
GRAfiD fiGT£L.
Late Continental & Rd« U. Pal*.
Magnificent Panorama of the Arno &n4sor*
rounding Hills. Large Winter Garden.
O. KRAFT. Proprietor.
FLORENCE.
r SAVeif HOTEL,
THE ONLY MODERN HOTEL.
Ml I * Lilt. tW«U. T.i««*«a*.
§11 HOTEL GE LA VILLg
1 1 EN ICE. Bssr3.
tf GRAND HOTEL ""kiK^
W Ha» • Front of 300 fwt *. pu.VT4.
Os the Cm ail taaaL M* ».*».-.-
EHIGE^ Untpl 1 "TTI
ISUlul Splendid View.
Venice. HoteM "ST--
Royal Daniel! s *- —
AIL MODERN COSIFORT3. ' r i-. Host.
AIX MODERN' COMFORTS*.
M«LV REFITTED. J Railway Tickets.
' '
HOTELS IN GERMANY.
DRESDEN.
HOTEL BELLEVUE
fHltin?uish;j House of old reputation Unices
position. R. Ronnefeld, tiro. Man«z«r*
AUSTRIA AND SWTIZLiiLAND
(AUSTRIA) ' " •
Vienna ih ;;^r
' HOTEL BRISTOL
Located on the Fashionable Ksrr!thsrHsjsjt
•■d the favorite resort of Americana. Ptl»
tact Frasck CcL*io« and choice wlnaa.
If in Need
of a
Butler
Coachman
Waiter
Consult the Sitin!k->r.s Wanted
Ad%c:t ■:■::'- n th: Narrow
Columns of To-Dav*s Tribune.
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