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Stand Out in Gridiron Ppowcss Loss of Miller Would Be Fatal to Columbia Eleven oe of Vcteran Quarterbaek Aide*-. Greatly in Victory Ovrr Union Hy i ouis 1 .ff tXttaa . . ? f ? . ?? | at ( ?hmhii ? greer. team ef ev c ... aa| - rrore i .-??? m ' ? *** rai ???.?- M -- Uw BBtarBB qu?r - ~e*l .-li''. hM been tfl tha b?*bJ -atalaa. Thii i? ? ' i - ' '? ????*" ? - P ' , ,| ? ? ' ..- Milll ' -" -B BfBiBfll ? Batl *day **h'ch itflBBad thfl Bla? ?nt ar.d ff-'-e ? ..,.,.. -. pjeitB .'1 BBfl \ ,..jvr> to beat .tl *'<** *9 bal Bddll ,t.,d r. . At no time thifl *et .? .alae ?: . rallahU . .. better demoafltrat. ?bia at tha oal vt ? I .:? : L ; . BBl With ktr alayi dflBBBi , - tracka, 11 wai < I .- . , - g oi.'.y eoiald IBhra tr.. ,',*ua> ,__ Miller dropped baeb twice and ?aattii l'"d -ha Bfl-U over th. bai .boi* ? ?? ??-?*? vntuaily dac M lha .iroe. _ Bti 7, a new ruii made ? ?'.,:.'- faaai Whi-a -: ??-, rei e to a tei i - i ? ? ; trdfl for violation. I ? compara* ? ? - ? ? . ...... th ' i ?1.4 V. -i one touchdown on took two poir.t^ more nioni cen , 1 ht.r.ned ? : for. At the Poio Gt-aaadi IJ -? ( arliil. i: Jay by the Navy, tl to 0, are stheil aki flfl Caaid Black', eleven av*] Ret-erviate from Newport. "'f.ir?' Blai-t ha, vlrtually an All a*. nkflflfl a* '? ' .- - ? | , . the other baa 8 traal com H'.w the ? 8 Rfld ?n -....-?? p?i ?.. wai last - ? Hfl fl '* .. in part: l Cai Indian football ?litabll Priace.i P?1 regiment, tfl BiflCfll ; ' r *rs ameri bj" thfl ? ' coach Ifld bac!: tfl P.nj.?' ... teel-ribt I I drop added a ea] .-..-.jan reser ' jt it WOUlli bfl | ' .. - ' detemined Ifcalth Dl bflei f thfl an pox." it-gpondent, ex .-,: "It ? tr Ind ar.s fet scarec i game. ' l he con I-r-nai - i ? * ii ? ? Dart ... .* ? tl" acam^t Syraeme, turning in . taachdowi ur period, ? ,.. Tie aaaie i oa a whieh ilowed d< Thfl Darta . gati'e ht\. a Baa iriam or a 6 to 2 Tjctory. flflen r to P ttflbarch .nd had .maf-h"'. taa aad thi Tha victory eflr-, put. DartBonth well m th" ing tor collegiate honor,. lt was e-.p'-ct?"i that < olgate wonld rita Cornell and ih. did that impres a*?d Speneer toie 7h the Ithacani almost at wi!) ?fri equally effectiv. .at line ?ur.. Pennvlranla, 'ncidertally, took: fltfl camp '.S to 9, and the e Phiiade'phian, ai.d ? urgh at PhJlade'phia next Satur 8] -hould be one of the beat rase.i for thfl apectator. ? e reiult of Saturday's gai' Iddlfl Wflfll four eleven* Rflflata aad Chieajra ? ? ',ce for the "Hip Ten" T coj.ffret - ? I I'linoia put Wifl - gaaia winning 7 to 0, jing ita aaaariflrtty more an thfl ?eore h.dicates. Il "-ota successfj.'. but gav. ,tv before ' a ? ara in the -.rai two 'f-ods of r',7 and were orerwhelmed. tfl 0. 1 fiifigo beat Ptirdne. tl to 0, end '' did not nlav. The I Bl ? tl nf Mlthigan. whieh returm thia eaat bj tha ( ?i fflraaea for or.e, game. ?hfl pestiferou, Michiean ArtTi'*-' a cmp. ,cor, 'J7 to 0. " <<<tinf from ,ome of the BBBtad "f.! panaget o-erheard at Soul!. A the new ru;*. W1!l not Interfeie ? H nna?*.lci. UnMacDuffKeep Winning at Soccer ?e Um fact that th?T v ? < ?> ? ? rif regular goalkeeper, *.he I lan Ma 'uflT toccer play?-s kept up their ui ?eten record :n ih? .New York Stfl ? -?ague >e,terday b| triumphing over ' ? f'veneai Wander.ri in the C. (. V .--tadium. Th. .eor. was 4 to 1. Mflaafi of th. tVand.rer,. wai the nt to r.otch a goal, bnt thereafter ' lan MacDuff k.pt th. game wi ,nd, Conn,11* ar.d Holltns bcor ;t half and efeLaafhlifl aad Hui 1 ? tb. .econd Football Togs Getting Scarce Koothail aothorltiee ticlievo that 1917 will *ee more men In mole rKIn* lh*? e'er before in Ihe Mo? tor.. wt ihe name. TMa I* be.au*** Ihr \_lipn.il KtWtf km odoptrd tha -?ridirnn eport tor frnlninn purpoae*. whila ftK'thall al-*o "Hl br p^ed *?* the QBtara' RBBMTg Training campa and the nn*..! training BBflfteB***. lt Is l>-.r"*_ now that there m\]\ ho a ?hr>ria*jr> m f.>otbail nmfonna, and manufm-turrr? aro being ufRfd to 11 rre.xse Ihr ir . upp'> . Inirinff a reg? ular collejfiate football .e_?on fhe cnajeat call for molfkinn i? at the out'ft. and Cie ilemaml JwIbbTIBB an :h?< .ctson n'c?..?i M ?mH men are .liminated. >\ itli *? BMBJ ** ??"T' or more ele\rm in a nirgle fraitiinjc rainp. ?ith an AraB) I oazue 11 prorena of lorm-ilio'i and with fift. .oache* . olunteerin.: |g te.i.h ihe na.y re t-ru!t< football, M la e*. ulent that ? trtaaaaaisBB dtanaad f<>' uniforms i? in order. Bethlehem Too uch for Local Soccer Plavers I ba famoaa BetnleLem aoacar team :.._.? Tork vesterdav for the ? . ? | ? at the N'ew ilub bv 4 RO 1 ifl a National Leacue jrame st Ionox <>val. Three t!.u_.a.id u.'stir.. aaV.tha match. contest atarted ifl sensatlonal ?tvle. the New \.r'hfr. cneninr th* ? ?? ? ita '?' r7.*a ? T.rirke,! the |ra1 '?-. orkers in | thecn: r ?up.rior .need of U <? Bethlehem bow* BOOB mad' ? '. f<'*j n'ter 7. ...rert'v after ward ? ? 1 bi nt ibol Fgrraat la '.rad f.v. n.inutes later. At u : Bethleheaa. -: St ?r Vork. 1. * ? r the ir.tcrv.il Bethlehem ran the ti faat. aad forthai aaton nnd Kii kpatrii ^ en? abled thi ' " * victor* of Bethlehem leavci il ot *hc ton of tne N'atlonal Leagi - tabli Tho line-tip: Now T.T. . ,, -. . _ lu>r?r*. .1 Me.Wi.l_J_. \l ? ? .. ... Haaw ? ??i., II.... H ? . - ? ; ' - . . -.", ' 'V ' ? K... ..... Shake-Up Promised In Penn State Team I'er.r... Oet. 21 J_ack 0? a stronjj attack and tlie fail? ure of tha ? roflb Iriterferenee. were the el of Perrn State"? tl,o emellir.g raahtngton and .Ie._er.on. arcor. tk Harlow. ? _ch. P_ . ? ?.- | A r . | .!. ' plaver. *OUlt_ Ihve be.n held ta ; a _-_.-, ? .. 1 _.au?cl> and Cono ver, tiie >'?'.,? enda, stnashed Inter tha game, (liffith'? dafanaira work at c-pntre was one of n Btata'a play. ? tr a'so wai : by Harlan \ hake-up ir. tha baekflald ia im I'ller}' i. booked to supplant al fullbaek, ar.d Wav will likely tret Wolf'n plac* r* q arterbai k. -.-?a All-Star Boxing Show For the Manhattan A. C. 5 si ??:?:. \. ?' will put oii an aw at tho Manhattan Ca.ino night of Oetabei hi. Bem.y Leonard, Iri.h Pat";-,- Clino, I'reddi" ? ? Bartfield and Jim Cof* fi-v have befn fe.'ired for thc nr-'.. sion. Jdm ' - .?*? I t\* titiahaldar I ..I 1 ' . decided. 'We'sh, wi.o lo't the erawa to Leonard, is prec Ing Henry tc nake good hi? prr>mi*e of a return match. Cl:n? and Cal!_. han al?o de?;re a jhot at the thain ? p. iieJ.r.ite announcement ai the card :* promi.ed within the course f(W davs. Ban Johnson on Way To Aid Uncle Sam ? 11 i> AGO, Oct. 21.?President Bar. Johnson, of the American I*aguo. loft hero to-n'ght for \Vat?hin|fton, wher* to-morrow ho will formally offer his .ervlce*) to the government In connec? tion with ihe war. The American league executive to bo accepted for dutv either |g this country pr BYaaaa. He nro pgMa to i.rv? without compen.ation British Soccer Results BNOUBB ii"Ar.:? __utCAB__u aaonoai . BrMtaa Pwt Tr_e . 1 . .- ,*?. ? I. / , in Bana *",i * l lart ' i *-_n..0 ,, , ur ? )< . bum Rnw?r. ' MoJtrei W'?nd-.W?. , e , . r> IO_-__l rTiai n ? ''orl .A 4 LelflMl** fraaa. . ... ? K!??<n_:_ lnlu.t. - ? ?> .. 4 L||iu-:_ C1U . " S ' ' * *IBS'*> . ..... _ RetlNftiMU County? 1 r,-.., i H: . I .'. . 8 ,?.r.i.\ .vi.'N ? r.tA-a. 1 "-t-nt. 1 _rw 1 >>ar- l_li_?-t 1 i:, .. . J r . . Br.i , -?'. . 1 ? M ?rnrri'ii U a . .1 .? 1 nthar ?-? ? 1 .. - .- - 1 > ..... ? 1 ' <* , . .? ? . 1 BOB FITZSIMMONS. who Is seriously ill tt a hospital in Chieago, was one of the most remarkable pugilists the world has known. He waa of freak build. with the waist and legs of a lightweight carrying the chest, shoulders and arms of a giant. Because of his pcculiar build Bob Fit/simmona could always make the middleweight scale. Hc knocked out not only thr greatest men this division has known, but was equally successful with the heavy weights of his time. He held the middleweight and heavyweight titles, knocking out Jim Corbett for the latter championship. Fit/simmons's Mar began to set when he loot the heavyweight title to Jim Jeffries, a physieal giant_ impervioiis to blows that would have finished the average heavyweight and would have at least jarred Jess Willartl_____ Niles Succeeds Clark As Head OfA.A.U.Board Frederiek *7, Sllat wa* Appointed bj Frederick W. RnbiflB, rrr'-'if'r'' "' Metropolitan Aaaaeiatiea, yesterday to sucoced Janfll ("ark as chairman fll th, rBfaltratlPB committee. The laUwr vu,s compellcd tfl resign his post upon .. i ?ppoiBtB.en1 as an athletic in s'.ructor at Camn Fpton, Yaphnrk. Long Island. At the nnniial maal 1 r ' ' tha Bflfla* ? raonth, Nili ? ihe Urce.t number of BB-M east, but deelined to accept th? ehainaaaahlp. lt appear* as 11 ? second new" mflTO ber arill ha\ e to bc ehaflaa, i a lag to the departur- of Johr. J. Mclnerney, St Ant-elm'a Athletic Clab, to : on business. AcaardiBg to forta arlll ba raadfl to Indaee E more Kir.r.le\, k memiier of the com mittee last, >?-ar. tfl accept ? Bl on th? committee. Anothei tioned for a place ia Renjatr.'.-i '?':?'?"? thfl (ilencoe Athlfltifl Clab. >hou!d Kinalej Bot rfltum ta thfl eaaraittaa ia planned to i* ' ? Noarari repn ? tiea on thi baard. An Added Feature For Regiment Meet f- an added attraetion, a three ouarter-miie. flralb laviflrateh] haa been added to ti.e programma ol iviati to be contested at the rrrilitarv and Bth ,--.. earniral a' th? ISth Regiment ?.nr.oiy, in brooklyn. next Wfldnfllda* evening for the bflBflf.1 ot' Thi Sbb 1 ?? bacco Fun.l. . This addition will K'vr Eddie Ken... Willie Plant and Oflargi BflBhag n opportunity to tiy fot thfl **_?"** ***' ?rd for the di.taute made by li -arnutroaf la tttm York < ta or. peta ber "? i&77. Thfl tace will mark the ffl-rawell appaaiaaee ot Plant, who , tha ealora November 1. , antrifli fot the thiaa-mlli l racfl ahow that many oi tha best biej-ele riden ln thii district are aiready ln tba .erriee, Kddle Goedwin. tha Wng 0f flat fioor ridflrfl, is a tnet.iber of tne Ariatiog Corps; l.-ny G**^"**?** ?f many race* on the board fioor la itintfli-.isa private with the 13th Rflgi taflnt at I'ort Hamilton; 10, ????.?" three of hi. great r!val< A"""' , O'Shefl and Pjiesterer._ Smith Again Victor In Speedway Racing !???? Smith, Harlem Speedway drirer. addad two more rietarifli ta hii long string ifl thfl woflkl'f harnflflfl borae raefng hflfd yoatarda*. Btttlag hahlad Minnfl B.'.lworth, Smith drove the bay mar. to two atraight hea*. *-?*??" ?T?r Co.tr Patch. the panng Que.n of the Speedway. In thr 1:08 trot rac, Pmith pilot.d home Mar.cn loddmgton to another strriight heat WiB. .. Other victor, were Dr. I . P. Martin arith Bon Todd in the 1:07 trot e'*??'**?: O'Shefl trith Miss Wlggtaa m the coi. elaaa .ud J. il. Lawrer.cc v 11* UI ? Ifarth in th. 1:00 aadag rraav. Soccer Games for Soldiers Rlchard Mofb. oreaid-nt oi Ia Sal tana Football flut, has rocelred a .et ter from Frank Gl.ck, aido-de-camp -o General Franklin Bell, in commanda' Camp I'pton. thanking him for the off" to bring two of th. Metropolitan I,eague team, to the cainp to p.ay B championship game there, aad mK"-* ing Navemhar 11 al th" d?t? A lalt* ? ble ground will be r.ady for the *eam?. La Sultana Team Wins In meeting I.a S-iitana loccer e!-**en at Aitor:a yesterday the Mor-te Dry dock team had iti flial tflattfl of what th. rew Long Islatd elah BBfl 'io and last thfl New York State League game by the or.c-sided ?core of 7 goals to 1. ]* Baltaafli aaUhad tha first half wi:h a 4 to 0 lead. ?-Buck's" Five Want Action The Rtiia-.ce Clab five. former rhatnp]..t t i I Bg io BBfl) a ? i ? ? ? ? ragiog IM Donnd, A.idc aa "9 Rienei baat nn.i Fight Log. TO-NHiilT ?.nrknlle S. .'.?Ilobbj' I.eona and I.eo Johnson. Vanderhilt A. I ?l.eorge Aahe and f.abe C ulart. Military A. I ?Irankle Votter and . OBBg Bnttllag Nelson. ! i E_ft_Al Pioneer S. C?< "liir >imler and Paul !>.)> Ir. TBURSDAI (lermont S. C?Oef. Smith and Mike MiTirue. lATUBDAY Kairmonl V C. Joe I.>nrh and Pai Moore. Bob Fitzsimmons Fighting Gamely For His Life i Hii AGO, <">cf. 81, Robert Fitiilm rion_, former champion hearyweljrht pugiliat, lapaed 1 nto uneor_pciou*ne*s apaui tn-ni(rh* aft-r an interval of lu eidnasi during the day. At the ho_ pital if waa aaid his condition was much a- l bad baan for the la?* thlrtr* all bourt. Ue ia aufferlng from pneu? monia. "Tie. may |lw? thronghont the night, ihown roaaarknble vitality," " wa* aaid at the ho.pital, "uiit his ehnnee for rocoTory ia Improbable." Thegal First in Walk Of the Pastime A. C. rhagal, T\ho had the limit bandieap of 0:00, eaatly won thr- annnal four and a half mile *valk of tho Pa* time Atblatie ( kih, held over tho ".".!k " ir. Tho Bronx ye.te'-day. Ro led fr..m tl ortring thc dia* tanea la tha aetanl time ot 43:io. j. Labowil ' waa aaeaad, in 86:2B, nnd K. liteboBBtaifl (1:11)) ? ?? ..|. ln 89:31, Al Voallmeke, the former champ.cn. who ama panal ied 8:00, Oniahed Bixtk in the actual effort lltdl Fordham Faces A Severe Test On Saturday With 'ie Holy Cross game saited away, tba Fordham fooiball team can look forward to another hard game on Bntnrday, whan 'hr Kut^cr.< aleron arill be BMt on Fordham Field. It will be the ri__t. elnah botween tho two .nliet.. . on tbe ? although tho Bearlei and Uaroon hare elaahed lorornl times on thi i and, The gama a th tl 8 Jersey team and tha annnal eonl aitb Goorgotown on .-, [)a . on li ? ni up ?? the BtHT* ntti ul*, thi ' Foi 11 am arlH have to go throo ?'? "p, Foator Sanford, i Itb his oTrn pecnl iar football thoroBghnoaa, has built up a mighty eleven on the banks of the llaritan. Owins to r.ameroua injurie", the real DOI . af tho Rutger* machine have no*. boon revealed, but thc famous coach . pe.t. to havo hi* team in working: order when it comes to Now Vork thia arook. Fordham playera are brnlBOd ? bit at a roanlt of the Holy Croaa gatno. Frank Frir-'ch will probably get a taw daya' ,-..?. to _?:?<? bii battored logi a chance 'o gei * all, McGinley Shows Speed In Myrock A. C. Meet Moaabora ->f tba Myrock Athletic Clnb of tiie iiud.ior; Qn Id bald their annual K*n..'- al Chelifcea Parl yeaterdny. The individn il itai oi I i meo! raa Will? iam McGinley, r, prcaonting the M? .?ornh'-; Par_. Pl.yground. 11<' won the i im yard spriati in jood time. The ten OVOBta oa tho programm* furnished close Bniahee. I.i tho 70 yard dush, 120-pound cl_s_. Willian ilanson, Hartley House. won by inches over Henry Murray, a clubma.e, while the 8-po.und abot eonteat wont to 1 rank < oriniff, of Hudson Gttltd, with a erod* :-able put of 4;t feet 2 inchoa. Matty to Sell Bonda < INi'INNATI, Oet tl.- '"hristopher Mathewaon, manifr of the C'ncln natl Natianal Leagnc toaan, arlll d* vo'e thia week to aelling Liberty bond*. Ihe formrr pitching itar has a!i._,_y ir.vested hea-i'" i'i 'hose *t curltiea. Many British Athletes Are Kiiied or Wounded Cricket and Soccer Stars Appear on Latest I -ist of Casualties LONDON, Oet. 21. ?Th* r.an.cs of a large nun.her of Britiih a.i.letci ap? pear in tho late.t ca?u?>; Uat IgBBJfli, the recent advance or. the Weitern t'ront bringing mer.y famous *port?mon under titt. __.?_.? . Captain F. T. Mar.n, tha Ma'rernard Cambridg* I'n'.veralty ath'ete, who ^'av.-d erichot for Gnaahridgo against ? 'ord la HMO-'ll, has been wounded. rh'e d.atii In action is asnoaacod of Major Air,o!d Haiir'.*. wno .?? for lOtae yeur. cap'aln of tho Banjror Koo'bH.! Club. *.r:d played also lt. LirarpafL Cap'ain 1 ivian Simpion. tha well known loccer player of Fheffleld Wedrresday. ha* b?er. wounded. but is do.r.g well in a hospi'aL Maior J. A Gibbi, reported kiiied, played cricket l- the fre.hmen's and ser.ior*' trials a* Oxford and for th* M. C. C and ftomoraetahlre. U* ?l?? p!-?>ed Itaghy for Penerth and Glanorpan end golf or renarth. QuoiU Champion Wounded .larS Kirbv, the BJBOita champion of England and bolder of th* "Naara of tha World" ( ip. ha* been wounded. a h.<e hoapital, Hi* pla\ed for land ni th* laat lnt^rn_tion_i witb YValea, and waa twic.e in the Tidal Ha*in team when lt won tha All-Eng land Cup, haa alio fallen. Captain A. R. Ilnckuj. kllled. wai captain of tne boata at Eton and wai in the winning crew of the trial eight* and rowed in the eight at H .r.!*y. II* itroked th* third Irimtv boat. at Cam bridg* in IjU. Another Art oarsman kllled in action il i aDtain E. W. Brooke, a prominent nmn.ber of th* Neptaaa Bo*in_r Club, Oxford. Lienter.ant tiie Hon. Fdmor.d F.l ' liott, kiiied, was one of the bei. eox . waine erer ieen at F.ton. He *toer?d tha college eight to vrctory ln the I-a dies' Plate at Henlev ln 1P11 and !.1_, : ar.d again ln Itll, when Firat Trinity, C?mbridff*, won ln tl.e n.tni-finai*. Lieutenant A. B rampbeil, k.lied, wai for twelve seasor.s naatOB of 'h* Hailsham _I_rrier^. which he l-.un'ed from his home i?i <'i:<**x. Cap'aln G. C. r.ohb, tha femou* Irish international Rugby player, ba* beer. 1 wounded. A meiril.er of the Qusen's Collego. Belfaat, tide, he was raoped as a w-ing three-rt'i.i.,--r a^air.at Fng? land in 1901, ver-u. Scotland ln 1904 . '06, venui \\V.es i.i 1904, and .eriua New Zealar.d in 19... l.ieutenant < . lore! F. 0. Kerr.io, kiiied, wa* tho famoui Fton and third Trin.ty oariman. He rowed ;n tli* f'ambridge boat araius. Oxford in 1893 aa i iv,4 aaid ^a* ??? ti ?? third 11 four whieh won tha 'irversity four oar?. He won I i M*irdaien. Pair* r. G, Lewii '.. :??:,, aad with > >\ >', r e | latri and rowgd in th* Low a Itfl Tea, a Novice, Wins Handicap Run in Harlem Morningside A. C. Athlrtr* Carry Off Team Prize? Glehcoe Second By A. C. Cavagnaro Mlchael .1. Ten. a nov're runner of th, Glsncoe Athlfltle 'lub. gBTfl an un u'.ually lmprwn.i-.e pprfnrmnnco in eailly winning th. weekly handicap rjn of th, llnrlem .\tl.letio I-ear'* held 0T?r the eMMTM of th. Otaoeoi Athletic Club, la Harlem, rafltarda) The eeventeen yar-old youth bs'l -i handicap flf 4: '10, and, ahowing I ? peed of a r?asoned a?hle*'-, fa the lead early, n*"vrr fo raliaqBbb The victory of Tea grcatly BlflflaOd the Glencoe followen. He har BBBB st.ron.rly touted by th, i.lencoe Club membera aa the winnir ef the open noviee run of th, Metropolitan Ai*'' clation over thfl Van I'orMandt Part eourse n-it Saaday, ?nd h<* will baar watchlBg. It waa the (ln r ? ?'"? boy has won in competltion. It waa well that I <*r. aaadl thl flf his apeed from thl OBlBflt, as Eddifl 'Veimann, UbBJ HotBOf aml II ".ehmann, three Morningiide Athletic ''lub runner^ who started from the bark marks, **ere d.ngerously clese to the winner ?t the fmiib. Tea w.i only 100 jards in front of Wclmann. who fltaffld to n wa!k *vhen he ?aw that it, v-as impo-isibl'" to c.tch bil rival. A Notewortby Keat % M.t'.er', t'e.t in I'ni'hiiitr third flBflfl acratch, at'tet allowing i-ome of thl runnera m handicap of M ''ifh a< ftTfl minut'S, v.as flotawartbjr. He finished strong some twenty yard-i behind Weioiann. Metzer's tlflflfl w.s :.~:17. which earned him the fast-tlme honora. In taking tourth place I.eh minn defeated hifl brother. F.rnic, who tinished ninth, bv more than , full minute. Ihe Morningside Athletic rlub capturfd th* team honorr. w-ith mem b?T' checked in secor.d, third, fourth, eivt'n and eirrhth paflitionfl, faf a total of J3 poit.ts. I'lose behind va, the Glencoe Athletic I lub, with 38. fol lawad by the Harbrouk Athletie Club. with 59. The summary fallOWl ? Poair.t/Ki. "-tr..- tr. 1 ll ' * l-M. J laa. Ohmtfa, a ? 1:81 ?" "?? 8?a Walmtr.r. Marnlnnlde A t* . 1:18 IJ l-L. Slettrr. Yfi.rr.l ?*?:'..? 4 r . .S>r?'i-ti '? ! 4?1. Oiuaar Merriln?i u A. C... <? 10 ' ?? 5 -<i Atalb. i ;.??-? A C . 4 M ?_., k'-'i Wamlnpia, A. 0 . I ?' 1:41 : \| . Irti Har, ry)*: V C ? \ Ktr hi ...-.;? A i . 4 1)1 W:II ?r - . 14, t '' " '1 '?'* l ? r -,...., . M .- .,. ?? 4.- , it 11 i n.. .. ? ' t A. C - I M '.,-?. \|or ii _-_?!? A. . .4 II n MI i ManualM a . .4 M M II r . ei ? I ll -.;.!- \ i 1:11 .' II ..', Ifc?lf. .M'.r .1. Ifltf-U A. C ? ' 14 T.iD. Marnii'v. A.l Sal:. ? A. C.. ? i 16 '? '* IT 1- KtJJJrav .'!? rnleflild. A (*.... 4*4 lt w nn mn, Momli ?*..> a r . " ? :> r K-:..- M.r" t*M* A r . .3 i' .? r Iftfl ?.-'?. Otaneo, - C...... 4__ ? h- :: I'an.p. il'.tr.r.* A. i*. !* , ' it?H Brotrn, Hi'"-rk A. 43. .. I II _ J I I-arJIr- 'lfl.-??-? A ' I 10 4}4_ ?J4 f. Wnrwhv. Mwfui.ua A ? ' > ' ' r. ' r i, MM * A C... 1*40 4 ra*M voatraiinott atlialflflBIl 4- C. i 9 4? *~r i;>noc, A C..1 5 . 11 !?->? H.rttS. A c. r n :. :4 15-51 ,??--..- ? 1 ' B ?-?? Marquard's Nine Play*, But Rube Is Missing Rube Marquard's All-Letguers p'.ayed a seven-.nning 3 to .T t'.c laseball jram, with the Lincoln GtSBtl Bt Olympie Kie'.d, in Harlem. ye-.ter.'.ay. darkneaa haltlng the procej-diJJg'. The Raba, who was flr.ed $100 nv ( l.arlj?*- H. l.bbeta for pitchir.g agatnsr, thfl (iiants !a*t Sunday. did not, an;.ear as edvert: ed. Marquard r.otirV'd tl I prflBiOtera about gam. time th** he had been called to Gr.enpolnt to flil a theatrical en g.gement. Al WilllaiBf, the former New York Giant pitc'ner vr.s then sub sMtuted for Maniuard. Katz Wins Bronx Run Juliu, Katw. of >hfl P^puaiit Athletic Club, defeated a faat BfllJ ifl the week ly run of his club n<>id jver ita Bton.t toiirse v-sterday. S. Fre'ich finished leeond aad M. Moflhar third. The suntmary fflUoa -. Pn,!*i.<i ' ?ia* aai .: .i l j. iv,:., ftjaaaat \ c . . i? ??* : > l ?-?.-.?:> i-d st i. li, b. A . :? t . Mt, Maah?T, Pt*': HII i i . J< ?. 4?A. I*rt?.-',mtt*. P: l II \ M ". A V }|. II, .. IMIIM '. ' , M fliajt f Ai ?:n. ?. ? T. /:.: ?.???? . ?: .-? v M 11 A I I?M ?.rr.t^ln H! St V i-f H A tt?,t raaban, JtM lt, T If H A < v J Kiu, M S:. t. lt II i ? ' >? 11 1 ?aflfl Ptrr-.tr- 4 ? . 80:81 Plant Has Cloae Call James Planf, the Ifetropalitflfl A* sociation ehampion. captured thfl flBflB ing Invitation run of thfl Seu'tle Atl letic <lub, held over (tl Breohtjm cOfll ll ye?terday. He lial a l_ri! tima .'!j?r ?ng ofT James McN'eil, PreaflBtfltiOfl Club, who liniehed -Jecond. The summary folluwsj PfttlMir. *.knyi tii ? 1--J1* PUBt, I^*i.f li.a-'.a A C JV-J M>>'. PraaauttU ta Cl. * -Vt L, ..-.. S.4ttlitii-Aiuert.*,!i A '? i 4 .4 i'l-:. Htriwlltl. Ani-riytn A ? i I II. "j?1t Mnrrn:.., .1. A ? l:H 4- H b.i.O- >??? I j;---hl II I T--M Klnrf.Jd K!r.l> C. 001 A A l-h Him. Bnaoain a a. * ~J, v*?r Br-wkl-:, A. A. ' ? :t?tt fl-ibatr., ,".*ditd. Boyd Victor on Links r.. B. Boyd iflfoatad r. f. Oati the golf championahip of iho Plashiag Country Club tn the fina! match al thirty-six holei, p'.ayed ;, esterdav. ln victor galned a margin of 2 up on his enponent at th.e end of tha maraing round of .ighte.n holes and ntaiaod * adTflnlBgl to the end. Laurel Entries MW -tm awtflablf; a* -j ' "'4 tnl a !.*:.' farlaTOaai -Arf*.-. :" i" ? II - I . l'ii-i.,tn. UI fSarttaUafl, IM; ' ?? 1 P'.t'.iij. 114. B i tpiu. . .. alli, lt*>. lll; fr rare : / . ?Coukl, l?l lll* II f;. 114; Bs 11, Baaiiir. \f\. Mitt V'T.ej. 10) BatawTad rM, rJaJrr.'-n. Uat-r :*ri,ta* tv.t re\r o ii tu i iap4***aa*a; iN-u'. iw. ibBmI Oalar, -? Jlraray rl?T 141; ?ilM lair. 1 ); *h.. ? g. ill. litrcti Oaan, '.4' Btwttarw Uf; 'fir1. :??>. BaJT.??<?>. '44, 1 t..;r4 remumt. J 41; ?i.ar-ar, 188. T*.:ri rt.*? ,*rin:t '*" llro'i*: *'T ?*jr'.,.n - (**\*n 0: tt. 114. Iflt, KrjJ, lll, Jil,t Wrl^.t II, :?l. WooJ'jjMa4.y li?. SLt'^?i lt) f7,a II: M>*t* l.t. .14. H C Btt,+.. !'.!; Swwjw.. '. li,.?? ?rr*"i. '-is. -P.or i?. ???. Mi . ;,.. Oarc-r.a. lll, Un^it A?nl. !?,. Wtw **v 115, ruutt. rt-a Itfl. ''tMp M.a.1 U>*t-4 Band 11*/ i r*JU>. fT t.'. t,?? . .11 ???r'r/gt 'T J- I - V ? ' 1.-4 .--'. JT-j-.t', tvf.:,- |M b. Ill; rt f.d:,-M. i J. Hrinci. .'^ lll; ..ajTltc,. KO: Pt>!.lrt .*to.r4? 114. JWi.ama.'. :.x P*-. - I'l; Wtfar Ladr. IU. ?I'tuJ PowTan mr.lr.. IBrtch Jan ita., toury. Flf:h rti-a U,-j Ct.wtaaatit P^rta; Uirat jst- - ? .TM mt:e ? Baiatn 17 lil; LtKttM T'-, - III. mrala-tt I'-rwa."! 111 MlUrmin 111; btw tlcm. Iti. Wtitta, lll; jtlt-i-t tr.i. 1)1 atr.h rtr? .-.a!j*j'-| Uum riar-eidi t 1 ??r*l. on. ral.a ar. 1 t tl-Jat.i'.r, ? HolClar 114 Bailror. IU: Ka'7-.a?an H. Itfl; M.-i, [ll Hiti* ?ay. il'. *4Md lli:.:*-a. ,'). Bflflfji .; . Plxir.. UI; lt tntviaa. '. il; Tlrvi r,t y__ . *IJwJ?VB7 :?* Ifair Wtrrwr ill; Jttt. .- . r-**J-!'>* 11 ? fl -4 ri3l 'll.i'..t/ lll. fcwtn th rt * Kl ? -??* v?f .1, tr I ... ? .- I Ma .; ? -al t c.tr?r Oiarlft r,n - , N lt IJat. II >Aafl Via "vtrv. Ajirptt " ' H- ' -t ' .'*?- ? 4 .? 1 ?? ?Mr:-'.r.-?,. t** | 11 ? t . ?ti*, pwjnit* mmmmm *.**?&* aiatm?i I 0Aa*a********m " ***> m"m *????? N ALL I7AIRNESS f By 1 W- J- MACBETH I,,.???>-"?*?' >????"?*?-"?*"""?*?'?.???*"?- -??.****** N ATIONAL LEAGUE pn** o?tortd *"*J " *? |?"** the aina of the G.ants in tht recent world series wlth JWI" Sox. If there ever wbb h championship booted ?*?r " WM It *T,?sttbnot?bc'inferrcd thnt tho writer believes tho National Leavru* , hampioTa rtW* aggregation thar. tho title holder of th. American cagT H. believe,, a, he did before tht cl.,*, that bM"""'*' p^r the 1,0 duu arc as evenly _n.trh?. .s ma b. ta*J*B**J Uat baseball tortes publie -tha millions who woro not prirlleged to wit oooa tho eontcBtg eaa Hraw only onc cooehaaton. Ono can hear arpinl cverywhere that thc youffg major leagne io ?ura ? n-ngr-r tha? ?h.p.r?... Kor. after all. behind the finai argument ieeth. . ,? Sui of re_ uli. No one can refuU, tho NtoOOB* OlfcjBJB T"**"* ia gamea played. Tho publi- will never understand thnt two of theoa M _ irtorics Wtf8 jrift. . , Luck uodoobtodly flgvm otmtff H a .hort series. Bat M^lll nl|,, cmol bc btefBOd fOf ? long OOrta of failure.. AjTta he laat eighb .ean Iha National Lcaguo hes won onjy one world championship. Iha world aorioa ba, come to be ntgarded ?^ tho BOprBOM te* of major laagua cl. s. 1? th. light 0! tho ,orry showing of tho Giants the tnumpts of ttt Cincinnati Red. over Cleveland .nd of tho St. Louis Cardinals over tht S *, Lottli Bwwno ara effaroH. An Over throw of a (ioliath rpHE STING to National League pride is the more pronounced becauea I of the r._. eptionallv high r_ting tho general publie conceded Mc* Graw'a team befow thii var'. cata.trnphe. Tho Giants were ccnsiderc. . ih. |raata.i b.asb.ll eombinations of all time. This tean's nam. n? linked iritli th. old Onolc?. the eensational < aba, thc invincibl. Atb* etl . . (?n the othor hand, Chieago was not conaidered anythinf of aicep 1 ional class. Many, indeed, believed the team mifh'y lucky to hav. beaten out tho former world's champion Red Sox. Cleveland and Detroit war. alwavn able to give Rowland's men a battle. The White Sox did not atanrt away above their company as did the Giants. This fact made tha fall oi. Ihe N'ational League Goliath all th. more diseoneertlng. Where the Real Blame Should Lle HEINIE ZIMMERMAN, baeatam of Ua very foolish attempt to nn down Eddie Collins. will doubtless always be considered the "goaf , th. IM7 -erie.. It is true that Zimmerman and Davy Roblnson be* tween them tossed off the deciding game to Chieago at the Polo Grounds. That is not the game which really beat the Giants; lt slmply ended tho agony. The world cerles was lost to tho Giants in the third game ln Chieago. It was not loat by Zimmerman or Robertson, or still again by the unfortu rate Slim Sallee. All three of these players may hav. been contribatir.fr caiUOO, but the real culprit was John Joseph McGraw. Why ho kept in Sallee, arh. was hit hard all the way. after his team had run up a load at | kept him in not only till the White Sox tled, but, Indeed, until they bad iumpod out into the lead?will always remain a mystery. The White Sox. groggy after their two straight shutout defeats .ttho Polo Grounds, had beeome so demoralized that their most ardent adralren had given up all hope. Nothing was left but the formality of landing th. I no.'knut. This McGraw ref used to do. Reform In World Series Needed 1)ERHAPf the most astonishing feature of the recent world eeries wai ?iio npparent laek of Interest on the part of tho publie At none o* tho llx game*. either in Chieago or New York, d!d the ehamplona battle I efure a capa-_ity erowd. For this circumstance th. rival managwnents bave bcon blamed. It has been charged they created the imprwslon thai Brmiea waited throughout the night to swoop upon the general admlsslon?, and that countless thousands. perhaps, were kept away in fear of trylng .nconveniences. This explanatjon is faulty. Conditions in former yeara were ldentic*. .11 cuuntless occasion3 when the gates had to be closed early. Tlie we'l known rivalry between New York and Chieago under normal condition would have fllled either park to overflowing long befor. the hour of play. , I? it not probable that this year*s apparent ______ of interest may bo traee l direetly to the ger.eTtl depression of war? If not, then something is radleally wrong with tho present mode 0* conducting the world series. To begin with, it has been argued for yeari by many smart baseball men that a series is too short to bring out re. . pective values which is decided so soon as one team wins four games. Under existing conditions it appears thal two towns, no matter how* large they may be. beeome surfeited in a world series conflned exclasivel' 'o them. Thirty years ago. when inter'oaguo ehamplonships wer. lnaugu ? rated, it was the custom for tho contestanfs to tour the big citi.9. It mlghl be woll for the National Commission to lengthen the world eerie. in futur. .ind scatter some of the battles through the best major league cities. ThreeA'ear Old Champions Should Meet Again "*HP; MATCH RACE at Laurel, Md., Thturadaf last between August Be'. 1 mont's Hourless and Wilfred Viau's Omar Khayyam wfll go downin ihe annals of the sport as one of the grea*o_t and most thrilllng perform ? nr.ces of turf history. No ur.c who eaw the race was left in doubt as to the respectiv. abil * lies of these scnsational three-year-oli-? on the day in question. Ilour'f. 1 . ould have beaten Omar at any stago of the journ^y. The French horto was fighting for his head with Jockey Roblnson for the flrst half mil. and n'ore. But there are those who are not sati?fiM that tlie Belmont co.t la tb.r. m-rter. These point out that Hourless, ln the very pink of condition, wa 1 ! eing pointed for . u.h a triumph, while Omar Khayyam was undergoing ;?, 1; ti.or spirito.l rampaien. Even the fact tha*. BoorlaM travel'.ed th. over ? land route for perhaps the best mile and a qtiarter ever run (2:02 flat 0??. a two-turn traek) has failed to convin.e the Omar admirers. Omar Khayyam twire beat Hourless in .take events this year b*aforn the black took the measure of the ohestmit colt at Laurel. Once Hourle* 1 was hopelessly dlat-U-Ctd in th. mud. Again, on a fast traek, the two raced to praetteally ? dead bant, The three meetings of thi pair, therefore, havr. li fi ? 0 question of rapmmacf atill open to arguiDout*. lt la to he hoped that these wonderful colu. wii! clash again befor. re. ;iring for tho year. Both are eligible for tht Pimlico Autumn Handleay. l nd the Bowie Cup. to be run at Pimlico ..ti N'ovcmber 8 and 12, respec tively. The fir.t is an event at a mile and a quarter and the second one a . ?? and a half. Granted the favor af ....r weather, the three-year-oM ehaaBf-OMhip of the year should not be left in doubt. Henny Leonard Proves Himself Real Champion nENNT LEONARD, lightweight king, is proving on. of th. moBt popu 1 *** lar champions the game haa known, '_ecaus^ like the heroes of th' old school, he is always ready to give battle to a worthy rival irre_p?:tlv? of weight. With most of the hest lightwelghts eliminated. Benny has already begu B campaign for tho weiterweight crown. That he is capnble of such hono bt pn.ved very conclusively the other night in a light with th. v.teran r, Jack BrtttOQ. The latter, apparently at his be_t after making IH pemndt, received a <ound pasting in ten rounds. It was the consensus of opinion that Leonard would have knocked out Britton had the mill gone ;* ;ew rounds further. This same battle also aettled deftnitely the q-ieeUon of Leonard's weight. A committee of reputable sporting writere were ealled in by Bill* (iibson to see Leonard weighed in after an inspector of weights and mea ures had tested tho scales. Leonard weighed only 132 pounds. B.-nny Leonard i? not only a legitimat* lightweight, but he is on. 0' the greatest lightweights of all time. It wifl aurprise itm ring follower .f he adda the welterweight crown to the Leiner jewols if Ted (Kid^ I*>.A ever clambers into the .quared clrcle with th. trim Benjamin. T Jersey Soccer Results ' S_ott?sh-Am?r!-an _. 3, u>tt nQd*oni WhO. th* fiethlehem Football Club Jl** a^S^U^ .^^""-r.t' ^a. victodous fn Now York yester- We.., Side T^rk. Jer?ey City-DtsatSa day. the Paterion club V?pt pae* with A A.I; Jersey A. C., 0. 'he A F. A champion* hy _Hssi__g tn - the Xationfl' FootBall I.*ac'_?i se-'*?. ra ta I. N.w J.ra?v **BFR- ''?",''' K"" R"",M 1 *******.??*?__? a ? ? i?. , \t .. rt * '"xv': ,-*rj m - moat At ? lar*'s Fi-t<i. K**t N?war_ J ?*.,_. ?