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0 RECORD IN COLUMBUS PACE e^ts Arch City Stake fforp Classy Field in Easy Fashion. ^fmjbua, Ohio. _hrft M. Within Lj.?ecc>B(J ef two minute:*- B.n __rl afta__r-?n at the t'oiumhu- ("rand ?Lrt r?7?*s araa _ia aaMtUa heat of j r^rrb .?.?. Btaka and gave this j lL|? new record for a Mngle heat. \\l0t pr. ioua tlma fot a mile ln it JL ^gg 2:02-4. ^ FranV Bogajh. i S1813. and I'eter Steven-, in 1114. *"^r: eaptni II event la etraight' ?fl-Otttr, ?rignal favorite in the irf?8?, thaOfa. botll B IS Karl and Jay _ ttei wera backed hegvily, set the ? !b aach heat, but waa unable to ' iLfcome with the runh that Ben K_rl -Ummt flfter .riuai.ng n_ay La thr B |_i -e J iy Ell Mhc'k f nished PaJ t. ' I *? | Oma'r-.a hor-.'. gj Antbor.y Cartar stepped b.jide jfLfitr -n the ,er.?ational second UfM frst qriarter, with tMs pair Jii fcaiag " i laeonda. The half Tjuc'ed in ? m:nu,e f!ftt- Ir' ^*" ? T^g ni^re lVumeter wat at tiie ESaaitan post- Ju?t before reach J^t 6:r Anthor.y Car'.er went to a a *_H th> viv round B.n Earl , \\\. rocJ third. with Jay Bll Maek Ji..,-, ?. \* Diumetar tarned Elea I '*?"? ""?*'? up- ?'>d Driver K ajve hii attantioa to stallingoff JgEIl M?.*a rather than the tinng, J?laet. favor.te for the 2:1. trot. in 1 .j,itco_d heat took a record oi 2:064- j Lfftn the next two hratd easily. _n_'? *? reeK ^ac- no 8tlff ?Pi'09i* _. in *he iweei stakaa for three-year 9i_attan '- ttla FiBnli -1- niaking .'Jitcend Grai ' rcait ttart after a ___.ro.hk.- la tracka, woa the 8:13 , jZftfltra getting a record if" _ . :'d rnREi in rivr ??.??*.__ ii.M*. ^ W-. _ ? ?**BBB1 IMa -____. II r ? ? ' _?>!..*?> 1 I j I 2_^M__.:.r?. -. H K.__ . j ? l| J __ ' .iii ?&- ? - " _T-? 7*-+ *lU . j ____ t " ; . STt-aa. B I " __a , _?!_.''_ ' iX_W-. || CU -*? ; riVE-ARCH CtTT ..-_.- l'BI?. knaLB. a.?. *?? _ i _ g Ba Ma. ? . - u_' 1 ? ... _#_____?_ "* _t ' *' *? TSmm, 4fl-a * aV ? > gP, 4.. i'URRB. fl.tlO. ?,!??_-? ?? - .' '- '- * '' * ,VlU i i ! ..-1 :_. : ? 1 1 1 1 V . * ^'4-4. (.! J . ... nn : i . ?? ? '??ftt aau : - . ; . _ u_-gt__. ai ! I i . v.r 1 !? ? ? 4 j ? BITSI -!'*' >*>a;' HN?M -? .i la?ai Vaurlioa. ' - -"':* . 1 "4. - ? ? ri'i E M , ? Red. b. B-._? \r? ?? ** r.~. . . 1 . I. - : ? ? - - '** _ ,. .. 4' !_,.# 4.- Time, ' l? r- .. ra.tr y -. . .- ? f\i rtar lTodrgal. >r 1 , . . 1 ? ? BA. _ _ WAR EXACTS BIG ATHLETIC TOLL FROM ENGLAND ..... >' tu.i rr.ong Britam's lead.ng amict'r. a- a I. Ifca advance 4 1H %> I been aBIi?_ed. I !?_? a nurnber of w o.e_r-*?rs a..d aaeaai fcotkallafa >-daad wenadad ia action. ?"t|8_! af tha death on the Somme ?-'Im._ -gs. the brilliant bat tad E *.rna*.ional enck-: ?a- r ?. ram4 with re.ret the world "w. He ?*? aaa r^ the flaaat bats ?*r r?f ? md earned a grtat, ?_ in 1.07 team ai d Ma ? ? BTan. ' 1'. ?'- tvii -a a heen on ae".-..- ^ervice "Bl th- -?. -. have " ?: e former 1 ? *. frarr ? ? Krance. % prr' '.allera' _ .iurinj B a?- '4? R caeualtiea ^jutrt d ? ? andrad, -_f..- ? ?u Bjra - ?Wi, rinf ^r"m hii ??Ui. ?? JPnt '.' ? S'orman JjK. - a - ? rnmon, gnt'u A ?; hornat jWll, -' I, ami .. have . _r tr ? ?? ho 1 ave . , '<r\&ge ___________ ?-' ?fl, ?"" PMIWIU ' 2_h.-* . en in .wing J etti"., ? B? IV P. K . ,.''*" the 'vir ^J Hterr ? ,.t |9IQ il?ll.?'7 ' ? K '. ',,.me??. ta.e . :;,,. ?.,.,?. |n ??1 ala* r< - i..,,. i.r ?? Hai ? Yale Regnlars Cross Goal Line For Touchdowns 1 lis Score Four Timcs on Scrubs Smith Makes Ninety Yard Run. New Haren, Sapt. 2fl. Tarl Jene. Bad the Yale football niachirifl run ring oa high gear during* thirty roin ut?s' scrinimaging thi*, afumoon, ?r.ly one eog .lipping, talien the regf lar.* varre heltl by the scrubs only Ivf yards frorn goal. A.ide from thn the second team did no damage, as they were unable to gain consit-tently, while the 'var Btty CJflflflad IBflil goal four titnes, Nev I illo, Jaequcs and Waitu each scoring once on short line plunges afttr the 5-vard line had been reached and QoarUrback Travb Smith furnishing tht- bensiation <?f the day when he cavght a kick-off at the Varsity 10 >r.rd line and dodged back through the er.tiras seruh team t:'.l he had regis tered ft touchdow:.. He was tackled three tiuai -. hut threw off his tacklcr and covend ninety yards. Knd runs by Ncvilla and Waite were the prettiest pieces of ground gairung. while thfl lino play of Bald ridtte and ( aptain Black, who re mained in the line-up during the en rimmaging, was brilliant. Sheldon took part in his tirst Bcrlm- ' thii seaaoa, but was replaced by ' harlifl Taft after fiftren mmutcs' praetiee. R<*x Hutchinson succeeded Jaa-quas in thu aeeond half of the praetiee, but the chance .lowed down the backfieid nnd JaaBiaaa was recalled i for tha linal touchdown. AnMher pair of ends was tried, Gatflfl leturning to the play after a araak'fl lay-off, while Church, who ha* , played etid in the prehminary gBBBflfl BBBBB) wa. p:\en the right wing. ' Henry ilobbs roturned to the coach.ns* squaij tc-d?v to Mupervise the develop- ' ment of the tackle*. and k*k Newell, ; ***aar<j on the football team and oars- i man on the Yale crew* i,f l->*.9 and ! isfo wa? on the side line?. Ihe line up: Left end. Gate?; left tnckle, Taft: left guard. Black: cn- \ . aory.-; right guard, Cartei; riplit ttcklo, Baldndge; rifht r-nd, Church; rback; Smith. left halfbaek, Neviilc; right halfbaek, Waite; full back. Jacques. a MISS STIRLING FAVORED TO WIN GOLFTOURNEY Small Entry List for Women's Championship at Bels* mont Spring. i bfl er.-rv liat for the womatt's golf championship, to be started next Mon? day at Belimont Spring, Boiton, shows a decided falling off frorn laat feason, when there were 115 atarters. For Itlf there ?re but .*ix'.y to take part,! hut the only notable absentees are Mrs. Yar.derb >ek, Mra, Keit.ier and the i ur'.r- ~i.ters. In other rennect. the tie!H r. firatI elass, \uth Aloxa stir::i:g, the yavaaj Atlanta g^'fer, favored to v in, although ahfl will ha- e itrong eoiBpatitian from Mra. Gavin, MIbi l'laine ltosenthal and Marien Holllna, among othei ?. 'I'he pairingl fol'.oaa i 1.40?Mra. Chirtn F. Riaala> 0*1 lay C. C. Mia. Ifflflfl BflflaflBBi St. Liula C. C Bflfl Mra. J V. Hurfl. C. C. *f Plttikursh. BMflj Edlt. Chaebnufh, Burllniimi C. C. ?40? Miss Li.li* 1.. Wltharte* Pirt Henry C. C. Mi-t. Jihn W. Douiliu. Waatmorelind C. C. |XB_BH-a Marlon Hillina. Waatttn-i* 0. C. M... C aa. li Auchlncli.a. Plplni Bic. Clul. B 5?_Mra. lejlii V. Hickicher, Pliini R??k Clul. Mr. Calik FflB. Huntlnidon Villiy. ? i4>_?ir, Rtiyh H*mm?r. Fluahlm C. C. BaM D W. Creafcy. Criistnut Hill (.. C. IP-OQ?Mln ElM-ior Allwi. (Jikley C. C. Mn. G. Hanry StetJin, Huntlnidaa Villfy. lO-fli?Mi-i. Jihn H. la.riam. San Aatanla C. C. Mlai MlHraad Caverly. PMIaflalatila C. C. ta-lCa?Mln laony C. Oaa.l<i Brockllm C. C. Vlia Laurli Kilair. flaaanear C. C. I6:ir>?Mej. W. A. Givln. Tiemlu G. C. Mn. t. C. Stiokt.n. SemarvlMi G. C. 10-20? Miaa Al? 1 btlrllnf. Atlanta A. C. Miaa Giartlmm Bli***?. Braoklawa C. C. in25? Mr*. Hirry A. Km?. Oifaral C. C. Mn. C. L. B. Mtatcilt. A|iwim Huat Clua. I0:S8?Mlai A. A. Nellaan. Wm-flinl G. C. Bn. 8 WfM. Filnrl*a? c. C. lOSV-Mn. BIcHird C. Plyiin. Partlinl C. C. Mlai Mirjerli Wl?|it?. C.mm.awaarlli 0. C. l9-4C_Mn. IMl" C. Bimaaa. Pirtlind C. C. Mn. t. H. Blkaar. |r.. Boatan. rj:?j_Mr.. A. K. Clar.1. Wlnch?$t?r C. C. Mlai ItBfll M. C.mpbiM. Phllid--..!. C. 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OiHe* r.. c. ?? Mlai f-flBaaaa ? Bicr.arthy. WaaHllia G C v .. vildrwl fe-nltri. tamatin G. C. Thorpf St. John Coach. Taa Taarafl wa.v yaatarday appomtH ; ,:mi at h.. :. ,, 0f Braaklya. With a | laat yaai ? ? ' axfaaatij U ? traBi ''?.W tan day. ? jj, which Tharpa will have to . team to faf- thfl EraaiBaia Hall Blovflii in ? -game . ",. -, ,, : Ryan, Trlppe, MeKaBalfl and Haoaoy ?re axpariaaaead players. | . ? i on I horjje un binld hifl 11% Per MONTH ON PLEDGE of PERSONAL PROPERTY ^fROVII.FNT I.OAN SOTIKTY OF NKW VORK BHa'.-'aX .. MA-ma7*TAV iv.urllandt Av, C45I 148th $i Bg **m cor 25th ?treet -MB-rfiBia-* r*l-?f? lt. ror P'tI-rton *?? .f.mlth St., cor Llvlngiton St. f* Koailto*. Sl cor Etlata St i.rihairi Ar., COr. i'rb*-?*oiie St. J***"**. bet^ltb %4Vth SU Pltkln At., tr>t. Pockiwiy A? J^tlaa At, tor 134th St. -fl . FCT CIN1 ' .MAPul-Ti ON V**1 St, cor rJloton St. *\*\ LOANS RhPAiO WITHIN ^^WtU?.?%a_3dAat. ^8 rWO WEEKS F>OM DATI GRAHAM VICTOR IN PLAY-OFF OF TRIPLE GOLF TIE White and Levvis Eliminat ed in Tourney of Green wich Country Club. Fo many fine matchea were played yeaterday at the annual fail tourna nu-nt of 'he Greenwich Country llub that the gallery was quite uncertain about which match to follow for the most spectaeular golf. Gardiner White and Reginald Lgwia, two strong eandidates, were both ehmi natfld ia the tirst round. White re- i eehrad a tnmming at the hands of S. J. Graham of the local club, who had a double purpose to aceomplish. As agreed hrforehand his medal BCOfe wa* to count in the play-off of Monday's tie in the qualifying round. Holuig out e--ery putr, he was around in 75.which 44'tt good enough to put out White by , a margin of .'i and 1, and also quite a ; bit too htrong for II. K. Kerr nnd Reg- . g;e Lewla, the- other two player. in tiie triplc tie. Kerr could do no better than BO, althongh hi- won hrs match from M. L Kearey ?>n thr cighteenth green by 1 up. Max Maraton Wins. I.ewi*. after a bad outward joumey. drii not turn in his .-ani. Ha also suf fered a defeat in hifl match with Max Maraton, who had the unper hand all the way arul tinally won hy 'i up and '2 to play. Maraton dui not play at the tnp of hia gaiiR-, and ia tha aaatch bo* twean then was not of the expected high order. For example, tba Baltusrol Btor was out in Iii, while his oppunoiit J required 15, Aaothei good man to leave the tour naaaanl ia the nr-1 round was Frank Dyer, of Montclau', who wai up against a worth v opponcnt in W. 1'aiker Seeley of Brooklawn. The latter waa B tritlo , steadier and came out a victor by 2 and 1. lt was the luck of the draw that' brought thaaa good pain together arid then landed Hamilton Kerr end Henry Topping on the same battlctield in the , second round. Interest inf Afternoon Match. Thaaa two Greenwich stars, however, came together in the afternoon and it ' furnished the most Intereating match | of the day, Toppingi tinally winning by one up in a -battle thal was earned to th.- very laal green. A peculiar feature of all past Kerr Topping matche- has b.-en a one-hole victory for the conqueior. Ihey have now met four time. m important tour naments ar.d the margn has alwaya been the same, showing the evenncss of their play. Yesterday it looked as if Kerr had decided to end the old nip- j and-tuck order of affairs, as he raced out in 37 and had Henry J. no less : than 4 down. But star'ing with the ter.th Topping came back to life, while Kcrr'? game lost a portioiuof its sting. Topping won four of the first five holei on the inward journey, and after sq.ar mg the match on the long fourteenth proceeded to move ahead on thl teen'.h, where he bagged a very u.eful 4, Kerr's second catching a guarding trap. Each took 3 putts on the temp? orary seventeenth green. and while Kerr made a line bid for an extra hole on the cighteenth, the ially got him nothing when Topping landed a 1 Topping came back in .'??">, the fastest nine-hole clip of the tournament. The rard : i a a a a a a. Ktrr Out ...41444144 _ Im ? 4 ,. | ? I 4 fl ? ln ijiiaiii i ? u ti?tt Max Mar.ton put out 1'arker Seeley in the al'iernoon, landing his second -trotrg rictim of the day. playing much better go'f- So far Max ha- won three tournamei.t. th;.- season. and hr hope.. to equal laat > ear's record of tour. White Plaja Well. Gardiner White, an u.-.ial, played hut tiie Klushmj; ttar found Graham moving too Bwiftly ti. Le topped. Graham has been playing ti ne al] through the week, and only nrst elaaa play will eliminate him to- ? day, as ba ia hitting the ball well and g consistently. Here is the card (,raham ui<ed to beat White and win the play-off in the triple oualifying tie: Oal " ? 4 f. 4 S 4 4 fl | I '7444444 4?.'..-.??7. in the semi-final round to-day Top tneeta Graham in a hard match, i/hut Maraton face- Grant Peacock, the cori'.ueror of Praneil Ouimet at Greanwieh two year ago. These mutcheifl should all be well fought, as all four inei: are playing well gnd the Lcoring has been fairly cioBC The elimination of such golfers as White, I.ewis, Kerr and l>yer in one day || a fair sample of the general riass of the Groonwieh tournament. Any ona of these four was fgured With as "good a chance to wia a*' any of the BUrrlvora, but as some pood go!fer? had to go there was nn other way nut. I ps and Doans of Golf. The roaulta to date thow the ups and dowai o? golf. In the Connecticut ehampionahip played at Greenwich Henry Topping failed to qoalify, arhila Reggle Lewia won the main nrue. Now I..-W1.-4 ia out in hi_ tirst matcn and Top- , J"-ing is one of the four turvivors with a good chance to win if he has any nnr. :.r.a to ofTor in a rinch. Tucbday's results: ali'^an iBr?t rau.nd | - rTajnr"eii rt Karr, [;..-. il la ?' M ?? aa. a laj ila. fa.-?_ W. S_ -y. fcr_?_..a4>ii. '.att 1 raii -v I. -- ' l|M ? ' 7 UD a:. 1 '. ln p|?>. :, tJIHgl . i.n.annl'-h. Wai .1 I 1. Hul> rtaklavg. ? "P tnd 4 tn p!aj Oranl Tra i ?? m. r*?i "? C Ixflnjflaj. Ntuonil I I im tu. 1 la . !?> ... _ _ -*? nd rouii.?Topplni btal atrr. 1 up Gr_itm Maialon l.al l ... | : ? . piaj. rmeatm t.rai um*:. 'i >ap an_ 1 te t'tr ? , ' a.i'aw irlrtl rurtl --Anemaa ITolmM Mn Burn, r-U H'-.a Ollilan Ortenartch. t up a' 1 4 m PlM. l-.llfl *.?nii VCasai LgUalg. baat A T Ht:: av. liraanflar.h '.' up an! 1 ... r'ty. I r. B<4t)_tlii jr w?? Burn. l-ai II UclOlltl. -.(inUar. .a. * np a: I I "? :<?. ?' H. i'!._?m_ii. ? . -. l__l * B Iherrnj... Teflan tn. t *ur <rv 1 19 410 holtB): n. 1' llurcipl-.r*.a. Br.far.1. , .? I Kf ?? DMl. 4 up and 3 te raj. -al I.r I'ari F ta Itftuli, '. n Cubart. *?<**>? .... B 1' '_-? V Va:t..-'r_t?. 4 u;. and S Mir. n?r R II .landtr Slaan-.'. t>aat H M . |lf>n, iv dtfaall | -,.j[-..l aianii N?ai H. .rata. 4 u:- a 1 , ^ .?! 1 I ati ' I l.mi'r 4 up tl . ' i. ? . ? . . ?_, ,. | i to Ua) i.r a" bt?l llOtalaJ .ie.-. ?? .? Ulfli . I plv. Third Miuan mrn rauiid B Mlnlttl . f.r'l. _ti V. B. Caitil G B. 4 IB a I . M i i, n T m ? ' fai ' r ? 12 it hr n.'-'i '. " ' rttrtan, flrttnwl , . ? ... ti .i '?? ? < ? ?' ..laa J T ao'i'lr i.rrana! h. b-tt Join I? F__L A_*_n_. . ? ? a- 1 4 ? ? Biai ' **. Kan MiurSa. *^a 1' - i ??"' '-'at' NteB. ? \l%nv,a. ttaatmia taax W k iu, wnak-k. I UO ani ' le BU*; R * ,?._,- - Ug ari I '?" r" xf __Hri_Tl! Orttawln-. baal 0 I ' ?' ?? A.a-tm't. h, dtflult '*: . : mud .lin.*t N-a- M .l^iair. ?- up t/;d , .4 I'atr-.n l?at aVouiier t ur> ani 4 u, __*l Tr.ppa. '... I '--41 Ut ' . LOUISVILLE TO PLAY SERIES WITH OMAHA Omaha. Sept. M The Opaka /lub.; atinnera of the 191" pennant of the Western I.eaaue, will play a seriei of | rant. with the TaOuisville eluh. league leadere m the American Assoeiation. beginning Octoher 4 Double header* ?lll be plave.l Octoher 7 tti.al I. Th arhieh has tha ftrat?fo?r gaaiu to itj crotiit will via tha seriei. THE o Light * In the Th ladeiphia-Brooklyn series which opem on Thuriday of the cur? rent or ineumbent week, lt might be just as well for the Brooklyn club to win at least two out of threa games if there is any ir.t.r.tion on Brook'.yn's rart tr. participate in the next world series. For there is a distmct hunch abroad m the land that Brooklyn will be fairly lucky to win more than on? game from the Giants next week while the Philliea are engaged aita th. Bra - With the schedule as it is, Moran's club has a chancfl to pick up at lea.-**. two games next week, and if his club can win the eoming Brooklyn ? olonel Ebbetf's dream of ? Wper-seat empire arill bfl a gray ghost wandenr.*: ,n thfl gloaming of Lost De: .r* a, For the Giaata, having cruahed the Phillies foor straight, are mora likely than not to inflict the --am" amount of po.gr.ant anguish upon the Philliei' leading rlva'f. A New Phase of the Amateur Question. Wfl were discussmg the amateur standing of certain entries a day or ?o c-jo when Colonel Franklm P. Adams, th? daring and intrepid Wheeie King, blew in upon the aei aa "Waat," .aid Colonel Adams, entering domocraf:ca'!y into the politaa chit chat of the moment, "what is the main idea of the meeting?" "We were discussing," we an?wered, "the amateur standing of Misi Hare Cassel. Have you any cotitnbution to make on the tubjtct?" We knew on the instant that flFfl had made a serious misUke in advaneing this query by the fla?h that cam? into the Great Humorisfs eye. "Tut-tut:" he rtpliaaL "I see nothing eomplex in that case. Why ihouldn't the lose nfr -rtaadiBg*M "The ansv.-er being?" we remarked "She was en ice-skater, wasn't she?" The Wheeze King sa'.d gloomily, ducking a cuspidor just in time to save his well known rrow. Beyond the Dope. Tbfl Giants all season have teen one of those ball clubs far beyond thfl bor ders of the dope. When they looked to have a great machine at th? season". ?tart they lost. thirteen ot" thair firal lifteen gatr.es. Then, just as tvery one haj given up hope, they went ?Jflflt .nd won nin? teen out of twent j That icttled it. Tht-y were then on the ve:ge of breaking up ths leagufl. But pflfaifl thry could achiev*. this destiny the cog fllipped again and they flopped back once more upon th- chutes without any reason flrfcat oever for the decided change. Later on McGraw added Buck Herzog and Slim Sallee, the mo.t .aluab'.e In fielder in basebiil ar.d one of the g.me'd best left-handers. Kven this made no great chaaffl in affairs, for the Ciants eontinued to flounder along. And then McGraw replaced PfflaJ Morklfl arith young Holke and traded Larry Doyll ( r Haialfl Zinmiermai.. It would be hard to say that Zimmermar: ar.d Hoiko outclassed Merkle and Doy]?. Yet flaoaa that spot on the Giant machine suddenly broke loose again and pitchers who for two monthr. had been second-rate began to work like Alex? ander. and Johnsons. There waa* no particular reason why the arrival of Zim and Halkfl should produce great pitching. Ilut. whatever happened, from a pale and flabby array McGraw's club aln.ost in a day turned into the one great club of the oiiier league the only club, apparently, with a chance to bea? the I'rd Sox in Oetober. A I ip to Colonel Ebbets. Colonel Ebbets has advanced a decidedly worthy idea ln cor.nection with th. $5 charge for grand.itand world series aeats. "I know," says th* colonel, "that Brooklyn fans would hate te. haa-o Brook? lyn rereipts fall below Boston raeflipta Their civle pride would be greatly hurt." This is true enough. We can see now th. mingled raga, chagrin, disap pointment and fury of thfl avernge Brooklyn fan when he heard that Boaton re celpf were t-SMM, while Broc'<'yn irreipts were onlr *64,o7'i. It woulif never do to take the chance. But, in order to mak. a'ajsolutely aure that Brouklyn's civic pride will not be dented, why doesn't Mr. F.bbets raise the price to t2b a seat, thereby crushing Boston to an u'ter and insipl.I pulp? Profe-sor Hughey Fullerton says that aome one on the instde told him hack in May that Alexander was all ln, with his eareer over. Thi. waa undoubtedly thr same crafty insider who tried to get ui to ..11 some I'nited State* Sr.el at 82. Stflfll and Alexander ha\e c< Uap.-ed together. Impossible Fiction Start. Once upon a time, in Itll, ther. was a pitcher in the big leajrues who had not pitched and won a double-header. If the Phillies win two out of three or three srraight from the Robins, th. latter club will then have nothing in the way of a pennant achievement, aXC*yt to heat the Giants three out of four. Nothing else at all. afXJ\Jm^*^*^mJ^^^^rmi"^mv~V'^^'^'^'^''^'^^'^^'^ ?*?,? ???._, ? ? ?,?,? ?,? !?,? ??, ? ? ?,?,*,-,. Splinters and Cinders By A. C. CAVAONAKO* -.nxious to avoid another postpone men-. of a 'cross-country run o*ing to exceedingly bad aveather. Bfl was the ca-o laat jraar, the Metropo itan Aaao eiation of the Amateur Athletic l mon ye-terdav announeed an earl.er BCBflfl ule Of BBtflfl. An offer has been re eoiTfld fro.n the Stemway Athle'u- a lub of Long laland City, tfl conduct both the junior and senior titlflfl of th' local district. The date. advanced Bf? NoTOlflber . far the junior event, aad ThaBkagiarlag Day fa* the se.,.01- titla. If the championship commitue d???l? to award the>e events to the Long Ial and club, which seems very likely. it Brlll Bee the retuni of the bill and dale sport to its old course. Many titles have been decided over tha spacious Hoffman Boulevard. Mike Flynn. who has anked for the ocal eh.mpionahip., ha.s a**ured the local WBOCiBtion that he will select a ei that aail! in a largfl measur. corresp.-i.'i w,.h the famoi.s Star Athletic < !ub trail of many years ago- ft was a jour ney tliat aroved L**ardous for the hardiest athleta-. If the abov* namrd datea are agre.d upon U Ifl the mtt-ntiuii of the ch.m pionahip eommittee to hold the junior ar.rl narninr national title runs oil No vember 11 and l'ea-en.b.-r 3, resperfiv.. ly. Who shall promote these eOBtflflU ?rlll bfl dicidej within a few days. Th* prires won by athlete. of the Harlem Athletic League d-jring Itfl ?erisi *t gsflaafl flrlll ^e awarded at taa annual entertainment of tha CleneOfl Athletic i !ub at Manhattan j. asiiio next Saturday evening. Fred .*-. rflfleB* ner and Sain Labou, tWB of the best .arinUra in the Glencoe orgaaisatiaa, are to receive the tirst two awards a? named. Benny Levy. pre.ident of the home elab, la axyttUi to make the pr.ientation. Lddifl Mayo, the Brooklyn Athletic Aaaociation promising runner, is now running unattached. The little athlet. hpemis a faaa evenings a week coaching the members of the Hudson Guild in road running. The call for candidate* for outdoor sporti at the guild has brought out .i large numt.er. who are anxious to place their club in the ath? letic limelignt. After living out his one year of "unattached" Mayo will represent th. Morningsid* Athletic Club. h man. By d'nt of hard work Duiu-an hope* to regain the form when bfl flBUbllflhatd tlie mark. Charlaaa Walahi the junior and aenior hurdle champion of the Metropolitan Asaoeia tion; Cliarle- Tores and A F Feher are thr.e other prominent athlr-tes who wiil start m thtir speeialti.s. Team Captain Injured. St I'aul, ^*a.p' '-'" Albflli Hh-ton. captain of thfl UBiarflraitJ af Minne hota football team. hflai hn collai bflflM broken in praetiee to-day. Fight Log. TO-NIGHT. Clar-aat A. C?Walt'r Manr ii< Waa Wh Btrttn. lUTDAY. Htrlaa. 8. C?Patay Cllna and ?. , rulttn. Sallttr i, .-.da tnt Rufua ? a ??.-?? Hunt ? Pt'nt S. C?Allla Nj k a it Irvlnf Marfallaa. Jat btaraa and Baftty Bandari. B ? . \ far Btcknaay ? Liiry ??, ? aat Salltr Ptt Dtnthut. Wlllle Burta and Yaunf Mii.ovarn. Olymtlo A. C?Jimmy Ouffy an* frtnkla Ftr rut SATIRDAY. Ftlrmtnt A. C?Jta A.r>*_t tnd Wllllt b? r ifar Jahnalt Ruat-ll tnt Banay Vt'iar Brtt4?ty S. C -.Heat Mu-Ua tat Jw 8a rrall. HARVARD ELEVEN IN HARDEST WORK OF YEAR I ?? r ?'?.mbridge. Mas... Bept. M, After a lay-off yeaterday the Har-ari f-.otball players got ba.-k fo har.) work thr_ af? ternoon. and the srrimmage botwOOO the 'varsity and the scrub team* was by all odds the hardt*t of the >car. The secoi.d team was unable to make anv irain to ?pe?|_ of against tha regu imrs, who in turn pul on a verv pewet ful attack. The coache- tested the backtield flsea la the liaait, repeat.dly ?ending each man through a sequence of various p'ays. The "varsity nr.jlly aeored four touchdowns. There was a sligh* shift in the t"ira? team lint-up. Mo--eley Taylor wa.. ttent ' to the left wing at tackle, beside Cap* taia I .dtnun. in defoaeo, an.l l^aner went to the other wing. Wood, one of Igat year's frcthman ends, ?a. taken id the \_r.ity .iiuad to-day, while Willcox. a .*ubstitute quarter for two >ears, waa out and ready to play. - % Havre de Grace Results. Flrrtl rata 'lur BBBMO ta . yaa* olda. aailtng, p.ra*. 1404. Hat f.rlout- - Ulj H-_. ll] Krofhi. ItralfM IV 'I. p aat 13 40, n?> 1:40, Brit. - trnal Bd i-n-ner). t.i.t |T, - ta V :i ' f aaa m* Itun. 115 iTroilan. Ihea 1: . IUM, 1 "1 l S- .lar'j.c.itt.. ) .? a. . Cka-ita*. flltfl ri v - 1 rtr? .for _;r-T??' tMt t-d upwtrd. , ? , ???? ha?a piraa 1440 I ? ? I 4I-- II* Wi. ,?:,?__? |. 70. n.ara |1 ???. ,li~r I'l |t flrtl "'?? ?"??_,_. 139 I'. . ? | a a I* *?. ?:.? II .eroi-.d. PMflMttt, 'I'. O'Ct < ?: n] Tlioe. 4 4.J J -. ? - I.---. 1 t.-t'.'t-r. 1U .]:..-!. :. | a 1 a -a - -av-a ilnr flliiat aid n:?'r>. Cl ue fl-a II rtr |?... a.1.?!. .'a f.rloiij, Ir_* r-a. ? I ? ?-_:_' ' !? 14 atan j: l* .tr... 1 . irr.t. __ill_, 111 tTu'iliil. .lt- 11M ?n M J | tt ?? d . r iro; _.t. II* 'Amtirifca1 ibe_ I'i." ?1 nrnr- 1 14 1 ".. Tttr Hai'ir. It'tlr.t. l\__...a a l'?*k. a ._ ran r.jur'l. ra a oallinf ! a:.ll ap ln- a n ? ?? 4 a : la?l ir- rn'. tnd a lUlttnltlI ?MtalttW Htrrma rr ..*, .!...?.. "a^.l ||>.i. | a - I .'n- il rr-' J.ai lll . Hur'..ifunai p . - 1 .-.4? . *1 a. atftr, lOTa tt ..., ,!__.; '.r, .>?,- - | : 47 I 1 : I 1 - llai.rv Tran.l'. 8*1. i 0 1 nroom a. 1 "-'-_..ail ll_.ii ..- -? tr". ra.-? rfor twa -??? alda atlUnf; Niw, l*o_; ! fl?a t.id a lialf Furteaifa \ - ? ar .rn. I'i ? -1 ? flrij -1 - ? p a. J> le |h__ l: tt Srtt. ., -4 -4 UI H ???? ' ?? - V -. ova I1 i.. ttr* ? Blat liraaa tmtH 114 Ktltt) ? m |: 40 il.lrd rtma 1 a: : ' -a.r a Bpt ,, r-p'i Ot" . I'tntan. Halt a1 1 Btaallfttl llof a ? . I *U\h ra.? .f.r all a*.- istlaltna, pune, I".* ! nna mlla and aa4wi.l> ytrdtl 1'c.krna.a >4 . \| 1 Ala*" atrtlfl.t ?S a0. riaa II tl -nefla |<|t e-, . ta '? Ua '? , < ' . 14 ll. Itt I ai 1 I'rr u* ?? .f: '? ?' 1 Tl...a. I 1:441-1 friar S g ? I ttllua, K 1 ? J_pea 1 ?.-.d 1'^r" tt, ? r%l\ ta** '?'? '? ' ' ' ??? a- li ,, ! uparud acll* r ; - I ?' II. . ? *' ?p. j ! innltti fl . . a . a - > ? I ? ' ? 11 .I . ? |. a 1 ] I! tt flli.efl I* a ..ar.rr', .he. I.' .n !??. 1 ai JutaJ ta.J fr. ?.-*4da_ a_ > iu. I BAGGS REACHES TENNIS FINALS AT WEST SIDE Macpherson Takes Match from MacMulIen?Thomas Easily Defeated. Bj reiO HXWTHORNE. Unlaai somebody can stop hia rush for tho fnal braeket, the WflBt Sidfl Taaaifl Club is liable to have a Rus V. W. Maepher*on. for its new I champion. On the clay courts of the I ? Hi'.ls Club the foreigner ( 1 the senn-rtnal round ifl tha annual championship tournament bf defeatmg C. W. MacMulIen at G l.l ii : yesitrday afternoon. To get lata the fiaal Macpherson' must defeat the winner of the match bfltwaaa aVataaa M. Washburn. presenti champion. and J. C. Tomlmsor., whieh J probably t.ieans that he and Washhurn j w U fnce .ach other. if the lafer pl.iy.. It i. not believed the Ruaaian, e.cel laal player though h* ia, ean take the neaaarfl al Wasliburn, who has beon playing ?t his b.st for the last two rreaka, although all his court work has aaaa on grass. Againat MacMulIen jflflterdai Mac phcr.un ?va. hitting thfl lmes arith un? usual aeeuracy, leariag frequent place ment aoafl a? hfl shot the ball down the sides of Court The Ku.*aian alao t l rleverly froni mid-eourt when presented itself for an , : .. toward the net, although the match wa. fought out largely from deep court. Baggfl Holdfl Celebratlon. In the top half of thfl Ctflflfl A draw Predariek C, B.ggi eaUhratad bla thirty-fo irtk nr tiftv-fourth -hc doe.n t raSBfl-ber whieh-birthday by defeat ing lt. C. Thomaa at 8?6, 6 4). This; v..4 a ai ?' ? aai rnatchi and Baggfl will tbarafora bc the mnner-up, at leaat, in the toorney Th? iriBBar trlamphed by for. Mg hii araa ta thfl nel oaafliateBtly and eatting ott Thomas'* driarafl. Oi |j i.i;.' playerfl ararfl laft ln ' laafl B at thn end of the day. those going into thfl round bflfor* thfl M?l?f.BBl round hemg W. J Oallaa, Kalph B. Gatcomb and Georgfl W. CflBfl. jr. Gateorab ?liralnatfl I Gearg* B. Graaa baek hv :i -.'"rn of I l, I I. The lat ter's raanted s'eadine-?* availed him littlfl aga:n-t Gatcomb. who imothered his opponont'a drhrai by faat work nt the i.i BBd treated short lohs with . r icss ieverity. Cbm sprang a iar prise bv putting out Stuart Johiiston ,. ,-. |( : :,. Hnd will meet Gatcomb in the next braeket. Gallon had hia oarn troubles in defeatini** Gordon Ho\d .-ore flf '? I, 1" I, t"* ,ust set ! . 1 that the figures lmn'.y. There was not much activity in Class C only two matehes being played, hut on" of these wa* thfl mean. of upiet ? .- ,i pat theory of Dr. Thomus 1.. Barringer, |r. In Uenday'B playing Dr. Rarnriger faeed H. T. warren, aad after dropping the flrat '''- d- - 19, praeaadad to win tho second bv thfl laciflira score of .md he then deelared that War ren's sudden relapafl froBi form waa due, to "cardiac inanffleieney." a laha ject of which ho has made an ex hau.'tivc study*. No Cardiac In.ufHcienry. **""? ifl match. arhieh was halted by darknaaa on Monday evening. was re ?uflaed yefltarday arith aaeh man havmg a iot, bul on thii Bcaaflian Wanaa ra* futed Dr. Batr*ringor*fl theory hy tak :r:g the dcelding xcssion at 6 I f'>r the match. There were no signs of any cardiac raut? nriBga ia Warren's aaat* ony or his game, either, during this "triiggle. He won his points by smash ing every lob from Dr. Barnnger's racquat with .o much speed that tbfl adtco was glad when it was a!l ov.r ami hfl eould fllt down on the porch and confer with John Gordon, maitre de . botel, Dr, Forbes Hawkes advanced to the ?anti final round by defeating Dr. F. W. S' ,r:e ,,' '1 2, 7 5, i" B match that ttora spe'.lfound. Dr. Hawkei forced the attack throughout Bad Ihfl two men fought for the points a- de-perately af though one had been an allopataie and the other a homceo I a' ?. e practitioner. Mfltaban of Claafl B started playing la thfl doublflfl. hut only three matehes were marked off In tha flrat round, and one o:' thflM by default This after? noon, however. an e"Tort will be made to (111 out the braeket- in the semt tinal round in each diviaion. "Anti-Glare" Approved. Julian S. Myrirk, president of the West Side Tennis Club, paired w.th R. K. Tomlm, jr, defeated Marshall S. Hagar and Il.rold Swam at fl 'J, 5 7, fl?}, in this division. The match was played on one of the courts recently treated with the patent "anti-glar-*" praparation, and even the losers voted "anti-glaie" a huge success. The summaries ffl Weal BM - ? "' ** " ' a 4a ". . '. a- i ' '??' ata a l ? ? : Baaal - - ? raaflaai? C Bup ..faaiKl n ? n I, a-. ? ?'.. ?? ,,,!... .- ? NMU 1 .JuHaa .. M|r1 4 d':?a e.l W 1. sinairt. 1?4. I?fl. 8?I __. n ? , '..>*:. 1 L.-rdir. B"?4 , 4 ',.? .-l?? .t.'fra'e.l Oroif, - -. I ,, \\ if. ;r . litttt: 1 .. _ ? i.t,. i - , ? ' : - 1.41 11 T Uirraa rts r-arM Hr Tl.f 4.1. 11 Hirrnjir. )r , Ifl?8, S- 4 i Dr l-'ortua Hi?ke* trlwjl l)r l. 8?I. Ta i ,., fl I ',' -a Im "iu:i1 (''..a.-'-. *-||??"?r . - .rrnu 1 I'rir.-a K t?" j t v.,.--..* . n \ r ,i B Mirl k 1r>i-1 Majabal Hji. I i.. ? .' 8 ' ' ? . ? n II h ??? - - l,'a It -a> Havre de Grace Entrics. Firal r. ? : ? i-a 1 ? I t? Nfll ll '? *"'* hW , - ... ? 114; laaan. - . . . 11.'. 4|., M ,rct, Detk Ma'e P.a |)|ili II Imr ? I 1 14; M ?!- "a .. 11). .: ' iBltal I'rtaa 11. . ai II . ? ta, ? . !**??: sla 'ur lenaal Fimrafl IM "Ifl Kntm IP, n-.-k Bai. . i -4 ' ? rvrr IMllIni f8f Ullfl.-r.U-.l4l ini ll? ?. 4 4 I -?i" . v*:4- **lr !?? a ;.4,-, _. . i * ;.. ?, ? .... i, 115, Oro R-??:...'. tfll; ila.-i Wa ?. IU ? i- ' ? a'.'. a*** oni mtll M. . ? -. ' i -. 4ri rjraa , ? I.ilv T^nai, *?* i ? ... - ,....,., iMr ...... . i -ea li vinlai ?Uiiijatiin 83: , -.. ' H; Ura.* - II . t rftli 11j . ? n. 114 -, , i ''?*-'* mr al4i airt u? krda lalnaaar, '.a. i, lll. 1'eep ralah'. IM . Koru, < alfalr, lll . . ? . i. fa. Vea ,*u ?14i . ti* *r\A , , .. Ripl a 4 111 ?ri*?er.ri. 1'B: r 1.1 M"?* IM Hana.ala ill Kilhr.n . C.-4 || irni.. i. 110; I'l.irUi i?'..'- _ Ua. Ifll; QJori iu:;!. ila. ?4l>p.-i:":-a> 4'.>?an,-i e'.iln...t UNITED HUNTS RACE MEETING Steeplechaaing and Flat Racing Wednesday, Sept. 27 Saturday, Sapt. 30 FIRST RACE AT 2.30 P. M. -. .a !. ,;,. '. :> aad I ? ... ., s ? Miih *f*%fl *' U :i an4 l JI, t. u. . > Toddie McKerron Fasy Victor in Mineola Trot Jennie Frlsco Takes the 2:21 Pace from Sprinting Blaize. Mineola. I.ong Island. ?<t>t. It. Three good races were decided at the Mmeola Fair to-day. and the second race, the 2..1 pace, went four heats before be '.ng decided. About ten thousand people were pres? ent and viewed the cxh.bits and after ward wrtnessed the racmg. Toddie McKerron. owned by Charlea Burant. of Goshen. won the nrst race. th? '-M race. tn straight BOOtO, He ?M never in trouble at any B_fa of his j.urncy and easily handled his field. Weldron was second, and Jooaie Watts third. Kinettc, which is one of the Xassau I'riving Club matinec , horses, arai fouttk *nd saved his entry. Eleven horsen ttarted in the rtrst hea'. and three were distanced. Amy ihimes, who is owned by W. S. Ward, a colored man of Leonia, K. J . tOaoOtd, but made one lap when the race we* flnished. The second race. the 2:21 pace. went to Jennie Krisco, which lost the nrst heat to Spruiting Blaiie. owned by l B. Pitman, his driver. Blaize tuiished strong in the la . three heota, hut could BOt head the fa.-t Bjring Jennie Kriaco. The last heat of the four was mado in 1:14%. . . The third race. for members of tne Nassau Priving Cloh, was won by Philip Heipershausen's Cooilla *? I trorthf IB very clever form. I' went to the front la each heat when ready and won going away. la addi? tion to tirst money, she Bl_ WOB ? handsome cup. The summaries follow: TR.iTTiN'i .. a_u_ aaa aaara * w ' l-l llr<_. ? '?" Toddlt McKatroo br , . Ity Ma A Me* Krrmn lOtnae) ! . . 44- ... ,. ? - . ? r-tmtn I win tt ?i b _ /ara U ri ??..'? tl ' " ' *(_ , lll C_a_ ? m w.rd. Ui-han. br. ?. __U U_4 D4f.tr b Behtrt nber.. <_ l-'-nt. I . ?* ? - ' ? PAi*r\ri ? n ? i_--v MOI HKAT" i IS I Pl h _. $ _ Iflflffe rrtjeo. Ur - . by Bfl" . rtr .teo - "' - '' ? ' ? * .' . . m.i; ... ll* ? iHi ? ,_,_ 4, , . ; . br -. M. K arai .':.?. i> t '??*?' ' *"" ^?..nrJ*? ????*. ???*? TRurriMi nr. TBti-Hrf-? ai i .>ra - MHU HIATB I in - i'i BM 1 ?. 0. . i.iu.h bt tiie nasmai DBprnra cu . fl,,..r< ., ?>r ? Bf Mnrtan AiW hy ^ ^ Btrah . -' ' t____ 1 : , .r-a ? r.irt Sr f l>a.|?. J J ? ? I M . ? Tirta. I IB, - - CLASSY HORSES CLASH TO-DAY IN BIG HUNTS MEET Three Cup Races on the Card at Belmont Park Terminal. Rac-guers will have their mnings this afternoon at Belmont i'ark Ter nnnal, where the I'nited Huuts will stage the lirat of the two days' rate session, which ia expected to rival the best of the thoroughbred toata given thi* year at any of the courses ln the I'nited States. That there is more than a psssing in? terest in the outcome of the various event* which will cngage the comp. I t.ve attention of most of the B#orl men, who have had much to do with the furthenng of the sport in this country, is evinced by the eagerness | with which club men ami others have sttpped to the r'ront tn the matter af giving eupa for _ome of the races to Be decided. A. K. Macomber, the Cal.forman ?portaman, who probably has the larg est ranng ?'.a_le ia America to-day, ha made an award el the Star Hawk Cup. named after hia imported Sunstar colt. which promises to be an important factor ia American ra.-ing from now en I'ayne Whitney haa made a contribu tion of the ?-'.'.' Big Stone (.ap Cup. , and Lawrenee M. Waterbury of a trophy. known as the Intruane Cup. Kor this afternoon there will be four between the flag*. arhicb will call out the best of the chasers in Ameru-a. a-.d two on the flat, with all ealculatad U aid la the he'terment of tha game. Mars Caaaidy, the ofncial starter of the J icaev < lub. arill wiold Mll rlag for the virioua evecta, while prominent rac ing men will be in the .tauil to see hat everythmg goe* a- "per the book " The entries follow: Fi- ? ra M 'i!>a Naaaii BalH"? Har 11-ap 4 yatr tl.1 a 1 Ui. Upatl l. t ? ? |S_ 1).. ?' . ? ? I . > El Bi '1 IM ??? ; - il. . ll I - . I .. I -. li" -a- ?'.? r> Ben 1 ??' ... tht Meml-ra' B ?*' ? '? . . . .t-l ona ioi t tnd 4 4nti.tr ' ? ,'?...'.?? '.4 ?' Holramt IM lt. t ttuat l Bltlnt Ma;'.- 1 Hi r,rn,a 4 ....... -?..l II ??. U'J . fl ? ., - t -iT.k HilBteo .'r?.trhtte. , . Bi| ., \. .... l.'i A ailKfl .4? n.tnar Tl .m.-a *'*', -O 'a. ri- 114 M J h'.ai tl ' Ptd-J h: I . -.Uflli ia a - ? I ... .... ? ' ' 1 R ? . ' . . ? . H' Biadltl ft. I ?-? ' . . a I ? ? . . I- !l ? -.- t. :?', rtitaouth, im. n I .. 1. Itill tl Stl I. I4J ' < ?? '? t ? Arrni lll !?-.'?? ? I' M I Bht .lj. .. . i. -.. '.4.. Pthtl*. ' ? '>??? " ' ? Kararm ' J Ka ? - **? :. - 4 1.7 SuMrhutetn IH ? l? 14T . ? -a t Tria: - '. I "" Ulrtt >??" .fl' tl a ? T * M-iaj-i- 137 H-ibbnb. 1'.': Breoka. IST. Br>n ? htol 1 11 Tha Utfl-la-ta. I I - 141 Bal. ' M.'.-i 44, U7 K.rt V rtU I, . ? ''? . 'r r ? Brooa lUtt.), 1 " Mttlo? auih f'ta tttM Mlaaeta IHflhawIgM Han' <p ,- it and upwtrd - ?* n.t'. Ai.ara. ll__ ... teigt '? Utu - Ha r k. i '. ?? i Mr . I".ir"ma. 1_. RMne MaJ'a RM-IWua*. 140. . -. ?? - .- a >IW Ca_ 14'.. SuparBunan 134; wtma Metal i*? As khy^^lcxicon^ Arrow COLLA1.S co wuL wmi now or fou?. IN-IIAND I. .ta.eech.6f.-*lcts. j CLUETT.i?lA8O0V&Ca"NC*4*KttS I -r-__a_n-.-^ HOWAI-imLER RECLAMD FOR COLUMBIA TEAM Passes Examinations and Rejoins Squad?Fast Work for Team. S'lrpassing in Importance .1! BtBBf details connected with football at Co? lumbia ?rawtaHaj v*-*-s ???(- BBBaaaflfl ment that Ilowsrd Miller. the brilliant c.uarterback and drop licla.r, h?d paiflfld his Jefleiene** exaailBatlaa. rwa other rfltaraaa, liaaai] Clflralaafll. guard, and DaaaldaaB, t..ek!cr, have taken exam? inations nlso, but the resu'.t i< still in doubt. Cleveland said he pA-r-ed h a tent, but hi> word i* not flnal. Fifty-four 'varaity men reported Bflfl ta-raiay. a jurr.p ,u more than twenty in a wa-ek. With th. op.n.ng i^t colleg. vpec's ?t lea?t s.".en ty men He aaid iie w?* great ly pleased with tt-ie progKBfl of the squad Charlea llklstesd Ifapata, chairman of the eom mittafl on athlfltics, aratehed praetiee and told Malaalf later that everything augured for . ?plendut seaion. i oaachei Telfer and IVte Fiaaar rfl si|iiad Ifl t.clilin; fri rn pnntfl 'n the la?t of the two a-daa i ractiea aasaiaaa Bflgtnalag to-dav praetic* atill hc held from 4 to ? flrith r.o morning drill The rapartfl that I.ittauer, the atar fullback. had changed his mind and avould r.-main m eolleflja wera' -teaiad kl Caach Metealf Uttauar will *t?rt li th. Colli.|*e of I'hysieians and Surgeon >, Coiuinbia ? nii'ilical M.'hoo!, tfl day Don Ker.iia'dy. also, ia lont. \\ hile he has not reri.tered aa yet in the < olum blfl law school he ha* natifled -fflttfl that such is hi- intontioii. li id.ly W.Ibur, Varaitj tacklfl laa'. BBBI and ragtain af tlu* Mai'.* hasket ball team, has been ducovered || ? I.i* h,-en in I'o'-dam, N, V . and w I Bfl ba*l| la'er ia the Wflfljl He flrlll contiiiue m enl! ge, havmg deeided aai to enter law schoail. N. Y. U. PLAYERS RUIN DUMMY IN STIFF DRILL Violet Warriors Given F irvt Taste of Serimmape in tho Second Day Praetiee. Xew York I'niversity's gri-Jifflfl ararriaffl di,| aaak 'trenuous work an .lino Fiflld ye.-tenby afternoon th.t bfaBBgaf 1'. Rabart Kaldwin found il necessary to order a new dumruy. I h? old dummv was torn to shreds during Utkling praetiee. vecterday marked the aeeond dsv af ligin .icritnniage work for thr Vfoiel elevan Thn araily part of the aftei noon waa apent in punting and far aard pa work Latfli Coaeh 1.. I ? picked four alaveni and mat<'hcd th'm in a li',*ht aerimmage Another iraterBB. Kloyd Kgan, wh. held dawn the end paaitian uu th. V olfll '-ani laal MaMOB, made hi ,.y ptaranca jraaterfllap and did <nm? tnstrate wi.rk. CflBBB Kflflilfl now haa Kgan Camtn, Hernstem, Sokolower. Jordan, Hammeracklag and Houma of last year's 'var?itv at work Lytich Outpoints Sharkey Joe I.ynch eleanly Otttpalatfld Vaang Sharkev ifl the main bout at the Fio n.arr Sporting i I ght, havmg , [-?""! lo;ad on points at the end Bl the ten rounda. Immediately after t> fliiih of the bout i' waa announeeii fron. the ring that I.ynch had hee: ,. itched ta meet Johnny Krtle, han 'tairtwaight champion, at th- !':? ilu'o on Oetafcar ? We go in for variation'. of Style on a scale witli which the ordinary clothirr can't compete. Were not satisfied witli a few models?we want thr right model for every aize and shape. Our business permits it. As a result, our clothes look smart and have the right hang. Even the stout man who wants to look slim will nnd we've a new model thi? Fall that accomplishes just that. _. I :w Before you get into Fall weights, consider the union suit. We attribute our extraor? dinary business in those comfortable garments solc ly to our "know-how" to fit. Maybe we got it from our clothing! Rogrrs Pkf.t Compant Broadway Broadwwy atl3thSt "Tha at 34th tt Four Broadway CoiBera" Fifth Aare, ttWaaraa at-liat taa HowllnB Ai.iy. m.lltanl * ???**.' Talle Mfr*. lliei.lia. ia__ Bi.i.piii Mara aVaaa.tf ___ i?a tal?a Baviaca ********