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with the Old Year Big (row d Secs Four New Marks Sot ;?t 71 st Regi? ment dames ANDERSON WINS WILE I I FROM SCRATCH d/rtft.1 Victor in 600-Yard v , v'un. While ! akc Tri? umph^ in Bicycle Contest. ? ' i ? they he jrround. L and ? and sev ?h-i ' big drill hall he work of Bui doi nly the year ; is that the , ' ? '? ii;d armory the . ? ?. The ??Idicrs and ? ? to dan e 1014 ? Mi after a nip ar 1 -it W right. ; ?ward ' 'cad a lap ?r.d s hall from home, but in the last challenged by McPon I great burst of ? . Iaa1 tara th? men ? '?'? ? a sal ? ' :y in Cae lead to ti ? ?? red the former ' ?r.d. ?' Company C, the ; chsnv .tation for ? race. i old record ? el to . W. Waeldni - who 1er! Van Tie best performance of the ? . w? pot n, of ! Compt: -pion,. \tbe one-mil? mem? '.?. ho led home a doien nu i ng time of rd of 4:29 2 ' ago. N'ick Gisn?' . cond, A''- i i An- ; . ight up m I ? ? fatcli man, the " hen Ander howed ih by ? e last "r third. T 1 Mat the lot in '. heaving the; **1C'.' I ? handifHi?. ' snd A from ' storm -pec relay race from ??re of the police ? ? run to a . ? -, for the Fire I ? . ; Koechei J I . n i an In that i , ? ? . ? I. J, Mu? der ig, J; .1. n J. Kll? ? ? ? the jump on Muldeng in the lint relay of ?'. ' Koecher i three-fool irphy. ee and add . Mc th< Al TUMiiBTI.FS. ! ? thl ' ' ' ich be eeded to ?. the half? I.. J . who ? I hng ? ? when be failed to toe the mark b.g took anotl ' ghta and decided thut the :.i-' prize might as well adorn his trophy !.. hindi at the be tinning of the fourth he lengthened ! ? ' an te ?". for ] i A. Hoi w York Al . ? to ? ? biat out 11. J Flood, of ? with a hat I - ? iunior . ?on the quarter-mile ron frei lag oui ipahy K, by I i a comp of I : start? ed from the ?ame i showed plenty of rprcd in the i of the race, but quit in thi ? "ugh started to ?pr.- I rerhaaled Hall, who was in - and iipped him ? ? ? Band, three yards baca. E. 1 inattacl ed athlete. ? t I i l>-\ar?l mark I . run, obi A. A. r. membi ? ? ;ei da, .! . !.. naoz, ? .' the ! Ina, a 1 yard man, und !' the N. Y. A ? .. who had ; rap. Forty men started In the l.n'iO-yard handic.it?. :.n <>p? ? ner tul -1 Ho] \ ? . ? 9 was given cap; H. A. McLooi of the En is, An-im' j, LA., riandieap, wa> paced third. Hop i ?74 if f ? i \ I ' ' _ I . ? ' ' . II' ? and K i lar, xi I ' ? I ? , \ ? yiras), ? M M I , v . ? ? <. ? |i. Ma ii . ?? . . ' i ? i>... * ? ? ? I 1 ' Al rOMOBIl ES. ( Auto Show Jan. 2 to 9 Opens Tomorrow at2P.M. Grand Central . PALACE Admission 50c. Wed. $1. 10 A.M. to 10.30 P.M. Giants Prove a Gold Mine >MM Uaa ?'f Hie hi.?I pri.tll- ?i* 't.? s.tt ?i,,ik Omasa ans hwafcsaed "-t.Ml.i, I., ||,,. ;M,|,ri.|..il "I lea sal it? . f Mm i iirn.ii lu?? i?)?-? Unit un,I nttm-r ?j| the ?I'll. Hw "rt ??In.. ,if II,,. r>n,lr I? ?II". ??;.-.. >lr. Brash ?,?.,.,i i.:iin, ?aaasaa ?>' me >?? M.?i i tini.nion Faaaeaavi Um eee? P'.ri.iini) aaeas ??f iiie OaaaU, IMa was appralaed ?i I lia re? The ,...i ..f tue m-? (.ran.I -I,..?.I ,, |,.,i ?; ?.'?VI..:. the ?lnK'ni? ni ,.f ?hi- hi.nl pr ilita ?I IhS I.lain? .l,..tt? lh.it in 111 III Hie . I??', n.ii.l.. h ?,, ,,r,,|.| ..I ?i 'i ml?, on Hie regidas *eit.*.n aadmiejoi sa Iks pi -? .. ,i,,.n MVlas mili IIm- \ mil.? ? ?. ? In 111,1 reae prot.-.i mn.ii Mar? prr?baMe, for (In- i lui, iniiilo |7|ail on I >>?' -"? sea hi?.i ?.;.'i..Mi7 on in,. ?reeld'a ?erio? I In- te.ir of Ilil.', t\ in, li ?tu? llir Ih?I eaveead ii? the appraisal, leleaaed <? I rollt if SMI,MHS on IBM pliitiiiK ..-.-in .1 VO.n.V on It,- ?,nr> tt i I It llir Red laa. rkree fiicnre? ?m? thai ti>e ?lu?, inmir in n,r.. rears -min. nil an.I I'll .'?ihr hut,, ?on ?.f Ml Ice Yachts Ready for Commodore's Race Red Beak, N. J.. u.c. IL -Wit.. ? Bref rae ?.f the wsbury Ice Yacht Club is j called for to morrow morning. This is always known as "the com modoi. -id mark! the opening of ll ? .| , r | '? ?? ? Silver , .?:?'. ? or? City; I1.. ? I tss '. WeaverV and (?rant i rd's I : r.. ? ?ta'ter... Wants Bout for Kelley. De l-'cres*, one of the ? and heal trainera ei i?'\ers in the a-, ar.y rute i? managing Eddie Kelley, the Ilariem liphtweipht. I1?? i.. eu?er to nend Kelley, who incidentally i? ?.nown throughout the country a? h clever, hard*hitting youngster, against any man in the lightweight cla^s. MacLean Issues Challenge. Alexander MacLean is out with a challenge to Charley White, Jo? Kru<\ 1 redil.c Welsh or any other high grade man ?ho can be coa\C<l ?nil? nun. iiilhrrt Ga MacLean said the othl r nig) ? be a tiling t" w nd the Boston liny agalnal any man the pro:: picked nut for I Shugrue Says Punches Hurt. Joe Shugrue ii ju>' hs honest out of") the rinj; as he is in it. Me was asked v. i ? . - hut" in in any. "?are, tiny hurt." ha replied at orne. "That fellow can burl ? ?! once or ta thoufrht the top 0 eon. :T." Dartmouth Seven Beats MAC Ho.-inn. Pec. SI. Dartmouth's hookey team defeated the .-even from Mi. -.. chusetti Agricultura] Colleta to-night hv a score of 4 to 2. CORNELL IN LEAD AT CHESS TOURNEY Ithaca Players Win Four Straight (iaines in Second Round. 2 POINT ADVANTAGE OVER PENN TEAM Orafmaa, Former Boya* \\\u.h Student, Beats Winkelman, Ex Harvard Captain. Cornell a^umed the lend ?eat* in ti.e Triangular College Chess L tourney, 'l h* Ithac i t* sm eou four straight gun the notch ' ? i'i iin . I : i .. i -. i of the | played to th* i of I smell's position in the rs the other ha to at ? ol Brown, the asen from Providence being left pith a zero 1 bore ?rill eight sddit ional nni - foi ? Penn m i- . thi ab their chiel . At the ? ranked si i Browi Perl 1 ..nia, ?n the innd, had sa eosj tiras of it in ? i? fact 11 . tho absent* irsd i.. ? W. Grsfmsn, the former Boys' High player, added t? Pennsylvania by taking Winkelman, bile Harvard c?ptala, ato camp. In the cour.so oi highly Intel ii. .1 aarne BasuMsavTina the Cornell man WOO B pawn, th* gome sitei fon ? Kline | rather for Palo i r. . ? i ring In thirty pawi ing. ' twitted Brown, \t s Giooee lasting twenty-eight a It ? ad i ? ' if .i\ ama. The lutter dl ' with th* Coro-h ' ? ' . summary of ths day's play fol? low.-: e/Hl ? K . I l_.V?IM . ? . 0 : ? ?? s : ? I ?.. i. roan an. lo i ? The pairing for the o ird roui ?fi I.e. the follow ing: ? - ? Jok?l. I.eiln? v i Rattling Good Card of Holiday Boxing Bouts Contests at Seven Loca Clubs ? McCarty to Cross Gloves with Fred Fritts. i be ?? i si ..' 191G ? 'M be sah* ami'l the ' i.oxing gloves ? many bonis throughout the country, No champ n in action but i , clever pei rmi i rj i o ad ? ten in the rntlni at the expense of mi n who arc then match, or almost their match. Bevei locul clubs will holil entertainments The fans will have to pick and choose tor themselves, tor with men like Tom? my HcCorty, Fred Pritts, Harry Gsttll ? alf s dosen more of like ability ting some stirring times -nay M ted. Bot not all tl rill be New York I i Smith, dim Buckley's hard hitting "..'.. will try tl ' of his good right hand .-?gains' "Battling4 <y m a twelve-round butt vYaterbury. I p m Rochester Jim Pljmn, the old ?..i horse of the roped : b? ' ' ' of ! he I ime honored Tony Ross in a fen-round COB tei "Young" Ahearn, the "Dancing r." and .I-1 - ut, I'giit heavyweight ol i 1 _IJTOMOB[LES, ""*?>???smsen ?? together for six rout.-: la. Montana. I in the champioi ': Smith, ? il "Sailei . ; Sporting i The In.lit ?rill I i . lock to-ni..| row often tmg type, and i bei a < an b* In the semi ??\ m mg*' i;, .'..i. of Jei . i will croas gloves with the "Kohoms Ki.l '? Hurry Guttle, the lightweight .'rom ' I i ;.r a furious clip line? he enter? .i ihe pro? ? ??lal ring, will have to be a' his best when bs faces Paddy OHearn. the the Olympic _th O'H* srn ? si ? ith I omm i Li ty and I h gh y n i . >d b . those w hi. ? in. Thi light? i impionship oi Hoh ' will be decided a' Broa I I when ' and Chai lej fi rer < tor the ring tor s ti Neitl i these boj? can bos ? - I workini ... ? ..'her bent this city will b* ' mmy Hurra; eral I I Maddi ' H., . Moore, ? llnrry Btoi Dr i ta i n ; ' ? ? Prank hi Daly, Jim Sa\ BgS \ S "Pol r " tlbany, and Pal ley I ' ..? i ?Im iba . I ?hie. The Irving Athlel Nor will I i ? .. boxing shows until ,: \ ' | ?'.?: ? ... i ? ' the irvii.g i lab, club rt du< I'.m. He eomplsini i to Athletic Commis oi dsred to paj No offoi t n obey the ruling. I.eiehtrruiri U ? ? ri notified the Irving Athletic I'lub that no further boi ? . co'.nd be heid until Leichtman was paid rase of the Ulia '. Pi om my, of Brooklyn, came up again w ho s* co - I i cea so for the Manbat Club, with I ?, is supno-i i to bai to the Allied Promoting I iub. by tome mysterious means, however, MrMahon brothel po -ession of the lease and promoted bout? The Brooklyn company secured an injunc? tion from the I ('..'?rt ' -" ? ?ting i'lub '-'ting bout? m mentioned Miinhat :no r?a\ Ed w I I ' the i pony, with their thi entire matter with the BtOtS At Commission Deelolen ?mi Charley Harvey, seeruterj eommisoion, wishes all his friend? and . ra of hot Bg 'he e* m| la r,f the .. | ,. It It's Advertised in ihr ?ribunc It's Guaranteed. Se* Editorial P?t<?. roUSl Columo. HOLIDAY SOCCER GAMES Scotland to Meet Ireland for International Honors. I Ireland will meet to-daj in a trial for international suprema?.)' ? lie? at i th.' direction ef ?he ? iller ?' Prott etrve A? kiek-off baa beei m 'n the tir?t meteh England defeated ' ? -r.- ?-?f :t jfnnU or to day'i Rame ? merons, the i ? ? ? . ai. I " i lull, a hid ? ted i ron the Brook Cell ? .'.' ITort Cell e the Caraerona, ()ur Hoys ?Vnother big socci - game ichi B ? : !l he played In the i ? ? . ? en the ?rn and the ? tub al llerqni tte Oval, Welsh-White Bout Postponed. In or-le:- ' ?? I . '?'? i i ? ' ?ml.i Bl ' to arrange a I r Shuprur arid Cri ?, to h bout .11-. iarj : , se the taai may not be' Man Who Lays Out Golf Course for Pay Not Pro Calkins Also Defends the Player-Writer and Talks on the Proposed Amateur Rule. In the opinion el Leightoa Calkins, the man who plaal uf.d ?ayi out a gulf MOfUC ar ?i roceivei remuneration fur lOeh work nhou'd nut he rlassrd ai n -muai. He therefore ? ? eeptioa t i ? sat re? cently rlraft?'?! by Charles B. Mncdon ald, who woulil bar >?? from accepting money or Its eejaivaleat f?r laying out or con<truc'-;r.|4, supervising ?.r gfviag adviee reepectiag the laying out, construit .?m 01 up keep of r.,111 ice, rding to Cal ? ? of the "pro:.'' who attempt thie if work are but narrow. II. pract.cally all the real good cour-.? s .11 tala cjU.i try of !? i rears are the work of Bra, and that it would be a d S came to legislate a,. ? mariner suggested by Mae donald. Whl -va? asked if ha hsd laU r ? ,i!f In this sgitstion ?i'>n of an amateur h* had i "You cun't have an (imitation on a thing like the definition of an tattiag .r.'-erested. ? r from ot Denver, the At of the I ? iatioa, to help in the | ..." n new rulo. Silas H. igO, a former pre?,dent, baa r.lso written me coneer-. 7 of the bylaw:. It w.?< in 1908 that i with tho lavtalea of ? alien, and at thai til q jeation was cai red >n it is no.vur.se to itiag In a mat.'.' ? ur from wr.tinic arti des about the gamo. It Is in the ? ? i'.at we !'ii . think a the] :> and ? ? orage ?>? much, any way, -1 have m fail back upon home amateur I re il no reason 0 ; ?r. if ho likea, should nof make ; I y >?? rl Ian arid ?d ' "This prrblcm of defining an sms teur is -\ difficult on?, and I have ad? v*,ed Strawn ir;?in?t too haity action. It would be.? mistake to hare th? dole j gi.te* al th coming ?nn'inl meeting vote upon the definition There would , not b? ?of! eveatag to : go inU. the thing prop* advice would r.e to refer every .oamittse, bat v?r to ?a .'?i?nmi?f ion might ' . or fifteen or even mora linker? ?f \ th? tame at? the ?ubjeet h'.toric,. ?* the ama? teur ?te*mti-in in ether branches tit sport h-iI 'rratioti report i xee? ' ? ? be taken tor ?1! I attempting* to ?uo?ti,,i r a riff i I -rpreiation ?ir til th? Calkin? ?rfll t.. of SSBOI "?? 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