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Cycle Racers Sprint
for Fifteen Minutes
Big Crowd Cheers Wildly
at Riders ill Mad Dash
for Frizes.
TWO TEAMS LAPPED;
FI\T DRAW FINES
Goullet Pressed lo Utmost to
Hold Own with McNamara
at the Garden.
. llaWTtlOKNK
char
tetar i
vudison Pqaaie Garden occurr.
, . ?rie. of dMhe. for
o'clock. Clark and
>nee and Mr-gin, who
?"? , A. leaders all
eek srew ;'rr,,i to ' P
?
A? bee- wita?
-oodupi
?r?d ? iers ru,h,
pa.de
the whirl
sucer, pick
tha flying Me
sl-r
tralla..
S with every cunee ot
?.. hold his
not been for 1
cut down
"A,. ran was riding he and
? ' field,
CsI. | on tenaciously
? ?
.re forced back, yard
who had
?. caught up with the
...
?
it the M
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I
?o the
irk was
firters
back to ta
and Halstead and Piercey
time?
? the:r Btai
the judges
last night's
the running
had taken
?i the
m the
?i av.
'
'
'
iroui
Team Standing
in Cycle Race
I >\ 0 ?r< | 01 K M OKI
?i?-. Niiie? i aaa?
i m?. .. Deaaaah MM B
4 111" I .11 Knlvr . ?.SWO I?
M.i..n HeNaasaea . I?MI I
t.Kiillet -i.rrmlw . ?.?SI? I
lili . I.SSO I
l4t? \erri . t.81'11 H
Clark K????! . ?.^k!? ;?
1 ?tin ntr MurIii . MH S
TTattkrar Halslsai . .MM I
1 In.inn- linnI. ? . -.SHfl 4
Mitu-n- laaeroofl MM I
Plereei Haaeea I sus i
Laurees leniiing. ganaos re?-.?ni f.?r
??tie luiiitlreil nuil tixi-ni? -?etontl hour,
I 11 : it lie?, hi.?1 li Up?, iimde h> (n.'illet
nuil Poster ?i? i"i.<
pack took up the chase, ri.linc doe?
? tiering each other of
tk g ever] two lap*. Moran
i -.il it three
end raehi ?..,- the
lead, tkoB McNamaro again ahoi oui
itiul . . ?i? t.? nvre than
nnlf 'r thousands roared
. admiration of the feat.
r tho sprinting bia.l ended Me
Xama: , | fa| ovatiot,
r.? he took up the grin : OBCO more.
? up, waved their hats ami
r, while women
?? .1 hie tifinii ally.
So graal was the excitemenl i
equalled l| the
| ..tiuini:
the mile .?prints was lost
scorers, rider? ai lience Tin
whole ? ? Gai Ion hummed
with the exciair.r.
.? commented on the n
McNamara's ri.i rushed
gh the narrowest of opening! in
his wild nde for victory.
Shortly before midnight the an?
nouncement was made that the tail
end team?. Walthour-Halsteftd, Thorn
Mitten and Ar.? ?
..? .! Pierce; and Hansen, had eafh lost
two laps, and that the oil n?r.ms In
the lead had been f. ich for
unfair pick-ups. Even hud McNamara
ai.d his partner pained the lap they
? r. .' would nut ha\e
bien allowed, announced Pram
? tl The audience greeted
the statement witl M and cat?
calls.
itions were the rule in the early
of tie morning at the Garden,
some of tht
?
? m of Gui Wohlrah
nod "Grassy" r.yar.. raj
??riirerous in
'inable
.
?he .ifttrnoon. t -intinc
? . ? Inter
vu Is, and ii of the
lack their lost
r .1 An
Walthour and Halstead and
i Hans-en were lapped BOV?
hem out of any
111
race comes to an end.
i'tec-n min
I frenzy of
ridera had
was found that the
! 1 ?rd
1
.
BRESNAHAIM TO TRADE
Seeks to Strengthen Infield
and Reduce Squad.
Ckieafo, N'nv n \ ., rias of trades,
planned with tho Idea of itrengthening
the li Held nf the Chicago ? ub . will be
made, if possible, bi Rogei Brosnaban,
who tu iinv sseassed hi? ?lutir?, ?n me.?
eger,
Bresashsg said he keeed to reduce
le tweatj o.a players '??? squad or
the club"? payroll, n<w numbering thir
t\-four.
R.mers that /immerman imirht he
traded, owing to alleged unfriendly
feel.n 1? mi and I ha eew lead*
n, srei .. .ni. Breanehen sajrlag hs
III tOO ri'ir, r.l! leriirm
No fear thai Inker
weald ih mm? to the Peder?is Ib felt,ac?
eordii r to Presidenl Thomas, ss \r.i.
Bil ' Ses not contain the ten
day clause.
KINGSLEY SCHOOL VICTOR
Winds Up Foothnll Season by
Beating Montclair.
Klncsley Bcheol, outweighed ten
pounds tu the nsan. outplayed und de?
rested the eleven of Montclair Military
Academy at Esses Fall? yesterday
afternoon ami woaad up its sea m
? 'o 0.
I lu- ' folly tell the
The Kiaagsley in Is
, : ' . ? peed und Superior
knowledge of tl"' gams sgainsl the
rid brav n oi the Mod elaii boj i
?ml i ? ound them rhs i sas
an open avenus gains
Ringeley naede I a Hi I
l he line-up f"
v v ,
i i
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Urarton ..-?...
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NEW COACH AT COLUMBIA
Coakley to have charge of
Baseball Team This Year.
And-. ' 'iikley, former Holy
Cro?s College pitcher and later ri lt.1
in the National Leegua. was engaged
rdsy to coa? mbia b isc
ball team for next sprll g. Coakley
was coach of ths battery car:
ths direction ol
IS in Charm of ths entire i
squad si Lash hai gone to
New "i ? ti. L'i iversity, and Columb
cided to give Coakley the full
mend ? < loi ad E
bi.'i ? teher, las! pring from
mcdlo? ? ret rank, end C ?
- uere greatly p I
PACKERS HERE TO STAY
Gilmore Baja Kansas City Will
Stay III League
Mi?., Nov. 20.? That
ty wiil retail
in th? Federal I n 191
?
?
.ih.
' burgh and I
i
?
Brickley May
Kick Only Twice
Oharlle llrl.ltle? nmt ?hoot at th
gale ?oui peats i,nit hrtea. it im? heei
-?lit r.|,ei?le,ll? Mint If lite llnrviar?
? ii|>tnln em In the ?Mine nt all I
would he onl? l<> lil.W It I? fair |
n???mie, therefore. Ihm he ?n III In
liiken nut lliimei||?(e|, nfler em h ef.or
fur a tiei.i ("?i i n. seetJoa arBW
'"ter. the poOOBMO n. 11? II ie? s4 llri.k
le? reads ?>? fOHawei
"\ playee um? bo sahelMated for an
?.Hier m ant tteSO, ''ill I..-lure ngagkh]
In I'lu? he innM i.|,..'l lo ill.? refer.,
or apira. \ |?l??er ??Im Im? Inen re
iiionil ihn Inn the mimo may returi
onee. either ut the Ik-kInning of n ?III?
I sequent period or nt ?in? time dnrlni
the fourth poetod."
ERASMUS MEETS
ADELPHI TODA1
Ten Scholastic Footba
Ciamcs on Card Sure
To Be Keen.
The lust of the scholastic foi.tba
before the final itragglei ??
Day Miil l?e i?'ii?...i ti.
? noon l'en games m ill bo playei
an.I . Baj Rldg
Manual Training, AiU-ipin an
I i.i-nii Hull, Commercial and Boyi
Stuyvesai I :?1, th
Commerce Cubi and Clinton -Tub
ai ?i Clinton and Pe< K kill ^i i ; 11 ?i r
Atcademj are ??'. whic
will iwda.
Of 1 ; '? I : ?? game
l lia'
H.i-. Ridge and
Commercial and l> ? High Sc;n?o]
as ?? ill play nt \\ aahingtoi
I'm ?-.. ?': ? borne of I be Pedoral I
elub ii. Brooklyn; Suburban Oval am
i ommercial Field, reapectively. A eon
tendei foi honore may be eliminate*
when Adelphe and Erasmus Hall meet
Atleljilii is unbeaten, while Krasmus
rallying after e mid afeat, ii
goini ad rhe powerful, I
inpolished, Bay Ridga
will t iy ? th Matiua
1'rninint', with everj chnr.ee of win
teai
? lad n-1 chitiii
ril.
Thi ? Cabe, with a record ol
six vietorii even gamea, will tr>
to elineh the junior championship oi
irk when the) faee Da
?ernoon at Mnu
? Ighl '.'ame Is
baVO been
well and have held their own in
erimmagee srith the
an well vi. n d in the ni ???.
an?! are i tched in
'.
?. .
? right
halfback h a fast,
deapil
? men on the
Hamilton Institute will take the field
? Horace Mam. Mann
aly private
eity which have played
i little
Fordham Capta'in Out of Game
? ? on held a
signal terdaj ?? i" en
?
1 be Mr.ro.m team will
-.-, - i?, ?
an injured
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AUTOMOBILES.
U [OMOBI1 I s f
M MiMiillll KS.
"Each in a class by itself"
Nobby Tread Chain Tread
Our Challenge Anti-Skid Tires
We challenge any competitor's tire
to show the same combination of real
anti-skid protection and low cost per
mile that is given by either "Nobby
Tread" Tires or "Chain Tread" Tires.
m fite W?H
TENER LIKENS THE
FEDS TO VILLAIN
IN A MELODRAMA
Eastern Wing of National
League Confers, but
Not for Peace.
DEFINES POSITION OF
MURPHY IN CHICAGO
Negotiations Between Taft and
Weef?hnian Did Not Con?
cern Organisation.
H?. UTWOO0 MOtHf.
The tasten ?mg of ths National
Leagas eoaforred ?nth Coverner Ta?er
Waldorf ysaUrdav, und their
revealed the fact that m
this perl of the eoaotry there is small
, ii. raand foi eeaco with the Federal
At the raeetiag were Ham
rapsteed. of ths G m Gen?
"?tier o? tin Braves; William S,
?lie PhillUa, and Chai I? H
Ebbe! ai I Edward M? ( i
Hi ooklyn.
?? u ha? ai?? t ? eh inca foi p?
area the question pul to tin presiden!
of the National League when he eame
mit from the meeting. "I seat say,"
i Governor, ihakiag his
head. "i?n' ? the F? dei il
nda me n little of the old
itory about .'??? i itiful cloak
iiild the Villain 111 the
"In ? ? the villaii
!?.? Hi 7 ? . ; ? ol S nh'
build?
third he throe
11 urn an OCeS : :. i.ei. ) et ?vheii he
her in ths fourth act he ask.?: 'Nellie,
why . HM?
"Ihe I i.). ral League promoters have
?lone their besl to disrupt baseball and
to disgust I .'? baseball publie, but now
they aie asking: "Why can't, you frur?'.
to r?ie to be going a
little too far."
In d ths report? from Chi
I bar?es Webb Murphy WM
taking .ti. setivs hand in the affairs of
or Tener said : "Mr.
Murphy i- connected urith the National
League in ne way mora than that
snd he dealt ths piece of furni
ladiag blow to emphasize
his [mint.
?nivernor added.
"Mr. Mu? phj r i ?- wai m friend of
Chai I? P. Taft, I it I , ?? possible
bes?
ball i t is true 1 il Mr.
1 lbs to
t of ths
realty on whieh the froands stand, bul
"h the club
and t: position to know,
?n that something has
unfair und unti .
Tab ? con
I lerrmann and v. ?
nnati I
chairo i I onal Commi
to the
ird by the
en Taft ar.d
Weeghman d d n ? irily concern
was no
denying ths right of any one at all t.i
buy th< any club in the league,
il possible that
ikon Up again in
pil that th?
Me under
d that
r he O* :.i r tnu ' . .bio to tile
"Sn National League goes."
continued G ler.er, "we have
nothing to worry about. The
last 11 artistic
-s in every sense, and final
I a good yi
The long lost Ban Johnson came up
for a r
lanes ths ? of the
?
.
before the 1
onfer
"Tin? Al
? pos
.
? ? .seutivl of the
111 ell will le
?
Ty i Christy M the?**son, the
bsiah . srd Waltei
thai he mast
....
> ittrday
with. "An it is said, "All road-? .
,i machins s
(Jnterrified
?!>? and
Donlin end "'
, McHale will br
Look'iig over the vit -:cs of
the i?' '"tin B.
Yacht Designer Takes
Mysterious Trip Abroad
Tl odors D. *v1 ? ? " all known
I man?
?
iny, will the ('unard
?his mon.
? Britain in company ?vith one of
'?
road Mr. Walls will act,
? enr, in placing an
... i : he ib pyei d
?he de
I lie at
et.
TO-NIGHTM
SX-DAY RACE
FINISH 0**? K
STA..TING AT 9 O'CLOCK
Admi-jion $1. No Higher.
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CreaS (mintr? KaniMer 1014
Itrmiil 11 ?- ?. \.r -??,? I l"?n l.iry
??u_rnii!r.-il Actual cost, Sl.SiMi.
V ilrrlilt-d imrtaia.
Na.iunal Ised Car Depl.
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RESORTS.
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Southern Cities and Resorts
SIX TRAINS hVtCRY TWRNTY-FOUR HOURS
sirai^ht Into the heart of the sunshine and scenic
deligitis of the South.
With UM season now et its haight you flr.d charming
Com par loBBteBBBaBBBg the golfers, tl?'? ?in v.,tees of t?nnie,
riding? d Iriv g.and tnerntt ?ris.s. A .tl whatever your
climatic preterenOOOk the bn?k yet mill, the languorous
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Southern Railway
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Kaatern
Pa??. Agent,
?64 Pffth Av?.
i or Nab St i
1 a. er hon?
?Ut? Madlaon
Sauere
Winter colonie? at Ashevlllejn th? Land
cf tha Sky, Aug u?ti, A'ken, Columb'?. Ch?rle?ton, Surn
m?rrill?, ?nd tho?? delight;? I ptace? a'ong t! ? OnlfCoaat,
Now ftrtseas. Mtbfl?. Pa?a Chrletlen, Biloal, Oulf Port, and
many a? wall on th? Florida P?nln?ula Round trip
tourhit ticket? honored via A?r.e-?lll? without
a Mlt'onal charg?.
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Shipping Information and
Marine News of the World
Vessels Arriving at and Depart?
ing lrorn Port of New York,
Friday, November 20.
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Forecasts and Records of the
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BIG CROSS-COUNTRY
RUNS ON CARD TO-DAY
Intercollegiate Championship at
New Haven. Metropolitan
Fixture Here.
Two important 'cross-country runs
will be held to-day. The intercollegi?
ate championship will be held in
his morning a? an adjunct
to the Yale Harvard game, while the
???ri ? hampionship will
he hel?l over the Pro.pec Park course
in Brooklyn this afternoon.
Mure than two hundred ?"ollege boys
will tight for honors over the Yale
course, almost a record entry. Thir?
teen colleges Brill he represented, as
follows: Cornell. Harvard, Columbia,
? ' ty of New York, Col
rennsvlvaaia, Renn State, Dart?
mouth, Princeton, Syracuse, Yale.
and Maaaachuaeitta Institute of
Techaol?
The iiue will start and finish in the
Yale Bowl, and will be the first ath?
letic coateat of it? kind held in the
new tches
over SIS miles, and it will be a real
-try running ability.
The boyi will have to ciimb hill*, run
through fields, break through woods
and c water as well.
Jach M '?.?Kiev's Cornell hairier- are
favorite-, bal Harvard is also favored.
("o!by will trinke a bid for honors and
I team entered.
Practically every wel! known Vross
eonntn re ner In this vicinity will
or championanip at
It, '1 ire race aril] star* at
? ? i "fork und Irish
American Athlet!? clubs trill _fh( for
honors.
a
North Jersey Golfers Gather.
The | of the North Jer
held at the club
house las* night, '. Rfty mem
0- Sri were
I?r. W. B president; Rich?
ard R. Chiswell, tirst vice-president;
.' George Scott* second vice?prei
Jacob welder, third vice-president;
Frank Gledhill, treasurer; Wil'iam A
Sumner, tinancial secretary; Wallace
G Paul, reeoi l ng secretary, and Harry
li 11,:iben, Il (i. Turner. L. R. Hoff.
W R. Newton an 1 H \". Searyer, mem
board ?'f /?
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