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bo wa Jinooio to t tti > ie lint nnd rni rnint prnHhally prnHhallyenl
enl nt o lh < Tall Ho did not visit thn t frnrk frnrknaln trzukaln
naln aln uutll reeentlv when rnlth tth a new b Pank Pankroll nk nkn
n roll > ll he b > on to f1 roll them high on nitn n rriore rrioreHo fyiTpM
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TIe TI neivnt nf t i < lit IiI In the th lU lUIsndl
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nt tlie tt ttik < ve vVIrIJ inli > Itefor the p nr tIrt t rwc rs rsI
4 I I e ih q nnr fl y cf Imld nli i l TAfi > ndy lind an anlnlerle nhp
p lnlerle llh II 1 Morrl one nn of the th t trd0 e eTd
Td rd0 tn rtietn li said tlSf lodcey Knappn KnappnHile
t Title M warn tinsatUfaeinrr 11 the extreme that thatKnapp ttiiitTnapf
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plesdnl tulk ti HIOUI oIit the tI race he h et It t hU hUduty lit litsitity
duty tn rink i vnluntarj expression nf nfpinion nfpin1n
pinion Iiter on Morns trri al al1 < l that thithnd stn stnhnd
hnd not nmde nu4i n forniitl complaint to thn thnstewiird thiewtrit
stewiird and Intimated that until se t made madeMuch mitipqich
Much a IIIOM Iheit t hPL would bn no official In InTpatlratlon In Inratlratlnt
Tpatlratlon Meiinihlli Jorlccy Knapp told toldvtritI > old oldevrral
evrral friend tint Oold lady was W dead deadunder deadndi
under him and mu that she could not gt ef up uptj a aJohnrnn
tj Johnrnn who hn lo Int t IJono nW nn the mare rnsrcsalii mareaIij
salii tInt in n his opinion htispp had put up a aperfect avrftt
perfect rlil but that mill Iady was ia not nothep nt1reIt
hep 1reIt elf Another t ft thr ret I Izinn nown gpeiulatnr gpeiulatnrdeclared apii iitatnr iitatnriIecIreiI
declared Hint I l > n iIw l on Aatt ste 4 mare marenut nnarnut
nut that tie Hliond not Iiiv iie done n i as aswftrnid she shewarmed
warmed tip si H tfj fi nnd ore or lieorgn Holes Holesieclsred Bofradec1ard
ieclsred that li > dad done nothIng out of offhn niPh
fhn Ph nay y In la liiytig > inc a neatrnt nlni t the i irf and andfor iirzdtnt
for that matter he je mid that his it sheels ahetmnothtn showed showednothlnc
nothlnc nnuwu ftc etstecl to Irlcncts Irlcnctsthat trtentthat
that Sold J 1MII < d > vent to the po pnt t fit to run the thersce th thacf
rsce acf of tier ll lila and that lie i hid ut > a heavy heavyx heavynrnmtann
x nrnmtann > mmls fon on her Ih1 fnct hat rom rmthIn rmthInia tlilni tlilniTH
TH ia wronn crnn nith wIt Hie ptfrfortnin1 or the mani maniand lilarand
and that the public piII loot thousands of dollar dollaron
r on her bee beitue u e nf tnlcrliied confidence confidenceTUB
TUB n ed ns ii n tin n argument Unit the tawards etewardavlthout tawardswithout
without waiting for a formal complaint from fromanybody fromanbody
anybody should have taken up the case If Ifonly IfLeA
LeA only to prove that there was nothlnc riothIt wrong wrongThere wrongp
p There U nnhnrm no harm In making an Investigation Investigationnnd InvetlgatInf
f rind In this case thn tli itonslp oiat that vras heard heardon
on all aId ldet > yesterday uould tteeni to Indlcutn Indlcutnthat Indlcauthat
that them Is need of official vigilance In the thestewards theatewarda
stewards stand Furthermore It becomes becomesnpparent Iconiespparent
npparent day by day that paid professional professionaltnnardu profeaonalpitawarda
tnnardu competent to Inspect the running runningof runnIngfatI
of fatI nil rnce raceshoijld should be appointed by theJocltr theJocltrClub
Club Iiih to sere at all of the Eastern track trackHpnrv LratkIenrv
Hpnrv McDanlel who trains for Louis LouisVila LoiiICells
Vila lost a bankroll of V tMi > 0 < In hurrylns to tocatch ticatch
catch the Ih Mieep PhepaheaiI head Hay train after the theraces theiacea
races on Thurduy lie offered a reward of ofJlooo ofIOY
Jlooo IOY lor the return of the roll and yesterday yesterdayrnornlnc yeterulnymornIng
mornIng it the Hay Mnnp > rremli a crip cripplo crtpT1e
plo sho ho bas been hangIng around th tha race racetrack racetrack ¬
track nil the year unemployed returned the thnmoney themonei
money Intact to MclXinlel French ha haul < l picked pickedIt
It up on the plHtform jufct outnide the race racetrack racetrack
track McDinlel Insisted ut upon < on chine hIm hImsl
31000 sl but French raid that ho vould rather ratherhave ratheriave
have iave steady employment McDanlel then thenhanded thenhanded
handed the money over and aUo promlMxt promlMxtFrench promtbodFranch
French u l job French was busy paying some somedebts conic1ebta
debts In tIm ring yenleriliy afternoon
llrookdale Nymph though betten In th thKordham thYordhaun
Kordham lllshwelzlit Hnndlcap ran n great greatrace greatrace
race She packed 130 pounds and gave twenty twentypounds twentyiionndi
pounds lo Ben Han who beat her a neck The Thelast Thelast
last time they met the th Whitney mare gave gavetwentyfour gavetwentyfour
twentyfour pounds tn Ken Han and brat brathim besthIm
him by two lengths In ll7 25 u n new worldi worldirecord worldiy
y record for six and a half furlong The die distance dietrance ¬
trance yesterday wan Boten furlongs and andBen andBen
Ben Han ran It In 1 > 15 a fifth of a second secondslower cond condIower
slower than the best time for the ftttaken ftttakenllrookdale iitakeaJtrookdale
llrookdale Nymph wa n liot favorite backed backedfrom
4 from to 8 to 5 while Hen Han opening Ht 4 4was ik
k was finally bachrd down to IS tn 5 H waa waasaid wacsr
sr said that a well known patron of the club clubhouse chithoutco
house who usually bets on Mr Duryeas Duryeashorses Duryeaahorace
horses cleaned up SlotxM 110N on Hen Uan Ken Kentucky Kentuck ¬
tucky tuck Ileau was heavily backed tn show while whilethere whilethere
there was n play pLa nn nil the other starters startersThe tarteraThe
The books began Inning heavIly when St StValentlnn StValentine
Valentine won the fint rare Ho opened at atR att
R t to 2 and closed at 13 to t Crafty who ran ransecond ranaecond
second was backed from T to 5 the Llchten Llchtenstelrui LtchteniteIni
stelrui taking him three wnys Illlam CahlUn CahlUnTada CahIhIaTaiI
Tada who ran third beaten two nosrs was wasreduced wacreduced
reduced from ram M n tn t0 ft with n good show showplay chowDlay
play Pack McKenna played both St Valen Valentine Vahenttne ¬
tine and Quln Brady and broke better than thaneven thaneven
even Koliador waa u tip and was backed backedfrom backedDave
from 10 to n nDave
Dave Johnson i Frank T Farrell Jon Co Cortdy Castdy
rtdy Chrystle Sullivan Heorgo Consldlne ConsldlneEddln ConIdlneEddie
Eddie Hurke John Con Coneldine < Mlne At Dryer and andthe andthe
the crowd In general Iwt the limit on Par Parrolls ParrehIe
rolls Vavo Crent In the second race He Heopened lieopened
opened at 2 to l and won m > heavily played that thathi j
he cloited at B to 10 In spit pIt of tMs plunge plungeniack plungePhick
niack Mary wan reduced from 4 to 7 to z but butR
R F Carmans Jane Swift died on the laywn laywnhands iayrrcharide
hands ns she went up from A tn 2 to S to I Iwith 1r
r with few wlsn takers Obert who ran sec second a amd ¬
ond wan lowered from too to 6O 0 but hi hiowner his hisOWnS
owner Fred Johnson did not bet a dollar nn nnthe onthe
the colt coltAlthough coltg
g Although I Mne ne Allen looked a sure winner winnernf
nf the third rite he went up from nmn money moneyto moneyIC
IC to II to ID This wan because J 1 F Donohue Donohuea
a lemon was backed from 4 to in tn s while whileIx
c Ix Lord > rd BUnbope wan lowered from 3 to 7 to 2 2Then t tIi
Ii Then Luno Allen rolled home the rIng getting gettingan
s an n even break breakGretca breakL
L Gretca Grcvn Gr must N passed up as of no noaccount nor
r account He wae tried again In the taut race racennd raceand
and wag barked from 2 to S to S only to run runanother runanother
another bad race Manter Robert went up upfrom
r from 0 to S to 7 to A while Adoration was wasHteadtly wasPte4tdIIy
Hteadtly taken at 4 to l with u solid place play playat
p at even money Master Robert Is the first firstrwoy flrttwoyearold
rwoy twoyearold wrold to win at a mile and a sixteenth sixteenthrhli
rhli year n lie gave fifteen pound by the thecala theecale
cala to all of the other starters It was the theblggeot thebggcwt
blggeot being d day y the layers hsvn iere experi experienced experlence4 ¬
enced this year yearTALET yearI
I TALENT TRfMS UOOOMKERS UOOOMKERSSir
Sir 1e FavorlU and a Second Ctiolce > Nor Norcriifnl nc ncepusful
criifnl criifnlTh epusfulTh
Th talent treated th tha bookmaker at
I4 Bmont Park yesterday to a never scorching
by 17 means maa of the success of flv five favorites favoritesand favoritaand
and a second choice Th The only beat en n
ravorlt w was n P Whitney Brookdal
c Nymph backed down to I to S She started
In the Fordhara Hlghwelght Handicap at
savan v Airlongs maui track and clcklnr up
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and a ktlf furlnng xrnlfhtaMst lghtea a nnl won wonnn wisninfllh141t1V1111PIefigIhItu
nn nfllh141t1V1111PIefigIhItu Ih lii IT Ihr lenth ln I J a lA Fred Fredtie reactedek
edek tie ff fohnpcun > hfl ti 4t lhefl rt1telieil tarkeI Irini urui tin hi hipaCt n wi wiran
ran second ennil a len IetIVIII 1li before llrldn Whist I Ito
10 I rll hIe > b Mary 7 to 1 and Jan H MaIft MaIft14u llt llttn
tn J l biirned up a lot nf etTue en n nThre
Thre ws w a great flnl fluilcit h In tl i nj etuantuls etuantulsevent nlri nlrievent
event fee pl fIsutra t rs at a mile Ht XalenMn t4IctitIn0U I
11 In t t farnnte got the verdict ti a nns nuao nuaowith > s swith
with Craftv lo I bal hatlnv n n cle > Wutn i in I hr hrhead h a ahal
head A mriit r > wnuld ha hew e t nrered th thIhren the thethtcu
Ihren jneii nekes at i the lb wire Hni ItIlsehiUiflock > nhiUinnck nhiUinnckM I
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tinin QuInn Hradr in s tn had enrlv enrlvbe ai aietseut
etseut g > eo < l but t tnppt pp il The l be Mill WHS I lo loMimter liiulntr
Mimter rode two inner In i lever lever1he ty
1he lb attendance wan about IT l2 Mi Iiie IIIi IIIirnil
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trained In Immer ZlunmermJIro7O Immerllof
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KrldieXVhUt ltrtdte Whtt 2 r Mn MIitTC rsxe Ul II I 1 1Senator I IerIstir
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Three Important linportantNtaku Htakn Events Will Bit BitDecided lieDecided
Decided DecidedTho DecidedThe
The Belmont Park meeting will clone to today todaywith ¬
day daywith with a splendid list of attractions The Thel00
110000 Champion Steeplechase at about aboutthree aboutthree
three and a half miles Is I one featureln which whichtho whichthe
the Wldenur entry Collgny and Sheriff Will Willlams Will1ame
lams rill IJH pi played ft veil to beat Mr McCann McCannand
and ThlFtledal If llncln with top weight weightstart weIghtlutarte
start In thn lii White Plains Handicap for fortwoyearolds fortwoyrarnlda
twoyearolds six furlongs he will be a hot hotfavorite hotfavorite
favorite over 1 olcada Johnnie lllake Dorant Dorantand PoranteUi
and Ui othern othernMealon otheraNeahon
Mealon may win the Meimont Park weight weightfor
for age race at two Miles and a quarter quarterwith quarterswith
with Salvtder and Running Water to beat beatIn heatIn
In a handicap at a mile and threesixteenths threesixteenthsUlue
Ulue Hook Atiss Crawford and 8ea Wolf look lookbeit looktpit
beit In the first race for twoyearolds twoyearoldsMX
MX furlongs Sir Iolm Johnson Manque Manqueand Muqueand
and Monopolist may go well while in the thnI theiat
I iat net event for all apes ut u mile Chief Iivee Iiveeltrnucicre nves nvesIlenuclcre
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Fourth Haco flaceYlandcap Handicap one mile and threo threosUteenlhs thTee4luie
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Nealon I2lfronlde 11 11Running
Running Water iiSalvlder IM IMSixth
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OLD ORIOLES WIN WTNTeteraJii WINeteraiii
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BAVTIMOJIx Oct ID 15The The old Orioles flrlolaetoday Oriolestoday
today defeated the Baltimore Eastern EasternIrtagun EasternLeague
League team by a scorn of R to 4 The Thnveterans Theveteran
veterans simply played rings around their theiryoungnr theiryounger
younger opponents Bill Hoffer who wan on onthe onthe
the firing linn for the old Orioles bad the
ldd klda guessing from start to finish Only
In the second were the Eastern Leaguer
fortunate enough to bunch their hit Hardy
for the new Oriole wu knocked out of the
box In the flfth Inning and Burchell who whorelieved whorelieved
relieved him got a warm reception To Tomorrow Top10370W ¬
morrow an extra game will bn played and
Donovan of Detroit and Mathewson of New
York will do the pitching for the veterans
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up uper > er tlve meet with wit defeat today lhl lhlcbnnc 1hloItIlIIIO
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tus more latent strenKth than the learns lo loe tohe
he > e enrniinlerefl but they am not In top form formnnd formand
and lli ° teams Miey tie will fl meet are strong and andmart soulflart
mart enough lo take every vr advantage of ofeilftltiu ofPietITlI
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In In rating all of iI todayx ° s big flv tiva opponents opponentsus
us Inlow their adveisaries In potential potentialstrength potentialoolreuigttu
strength Brown has as big and heavy heavymaterial heavymnterlai
material ax any team atd n char of ceo ceosotied ea eai
sotied i < jipd inutermland nniuerisl soul U going a ralnsl the bIg bIgt > lg lgteam
team i llh Ii 11 the I Itu expectation of winning at atpn athpmt
hpmt pn t actimted hy motive more than merw mccvtolttniz
huldlnc tb other side down downIn
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conte cntjtet t In tlie lii lw iet t Item on the card The Thellrunon Thellruisuonttni
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4iid ilnil in the harder th they < > v play the hunter harderihe
the Quakers will lll play fliere no < jstn jstnxtyinir sln slncaying
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th nny lisxe swelled head euia and ant may be toerIglPol I Irufcid
rufcid but If they dont brace up IIOMIII wa waful wily >
for n bird li rd Kltue tliey I ly lll not b he livlnu it up ua to toirndlllon tocraclittosi
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pend ii a good deal on Us it Hbllltx lo < ope wIth Mlththe wIththe
the open t t4ttlCi rtlc of the Quakers Krovvn han hannn hano
nn wood punter Pennsylvania his nn punter punterho punterchin
chin ho IH if great rent nf dl < ibiance mnee but the QimkerH QimkerHmanipulate Quakenamaniiuuulatcu
manipulate the th onslde kick fairly ncll ncllVew wthicw
Vew cw Yorks chl chttf f lnferet todav ia In the thnYnleWeet theYtiheWet
YnleWeet Point I ° ohrit battle This Is 1 < on of the thnfew thefec
few eames of conspiiuenci < played within withinfiisy within1C
fiisy < 1C reach of Ne New York i di ilot and Cornell CornellNTS
NTS the only big college elevnnn thou soldlern soldlernhook anldlerehook
hook up with this season end vrhil West WestPoint WealPoint
Point ha morn of an eye for the Navy game carnnand gamehOd
and les fortlie for thu I other KimenthU year nothing
hnx been overlooked In Immediate prvparn prvparntlon proparcttIofl
tlon for the comlnu c < of the Klls Ei1 Th Thou recap reception recapthin ¬
thin awaIting the utter will not lack u pnrtlcln pnrtlclnIr
Ir Its acrii acuitosict tf > iiu l warmth warmthY wuurmnttiVale
Y Vale ln usimllv h baa n n most uncomfortable uncomfortabletime
time at We Wot t Point More rargedncsit ratdn < uta and anduncertainty andisneertelnty
uncertainty In the Blues play crop out at atWest atWest
West Point l ° than In anY other gamn of the thnypu theycts
ypu So iniirli wai this the cast last year yearthut yearthuit
thut onlv a ierxr braes In the tact half AvertMl
defeat nothing thut happened last lactWa year yearwas
was more olriklng than tte rhariite of foim foimmudn curt curtmade
made by Yitle ude after the West Point game gamnAmi gameNmiti
Ami yet with all that being true It takes takeamasMnc takesuniaahlng
masMnc good football to boat Net est Point Pointnt
nt any time I Ihc he soldier are them with thn thnstretKlh thnetength
stretKlh UM trd vIgilance to take advantage of ofall ofall
all opening openlrgaContradictory
Contradictory reporta have bsen heard of
West Point n strength thin neacon they being beingreported beingreported
reported below par by come and an up to the themerk thnmark
mark by others There are nnough players playersof
of established ability on hand to form a anucleus anitcheuie
nucleus for formidable strength Erwln ErwlnWeeks frwlnVeeka
Weeks and Streans In thus linn and and Mount
ford Smith and Keavern rwiok nf the line are areext areczw
ext > erleticed ° performers and know just what whatto
to II expect I rhiloon Mon llnsson and other otherare otherutare
are green no far as a big gamen are concerned
hut no more HO o than Cooney Ooebel Burch
Wyllc and Coy ciT of Of Yale Them U a goodly goodlyproportion goodlyVrIportion
proportion of green material on uie Tale Taleteam 11 11team
team and to to4iays lays mftlon mAl i will be watoheil watoheilclosely watchu watchueleecly
closely and anxiously hy the coachna to see
bow the newcomers to the varsity ranks ranksacnult rankeacquit
acquit thrnidriven under hard flro flroWest flrciVeai
West Point ounht to bo pretty well up In the
Tale Btyle of play the cadets having been beencoachcxi beencoached
coachcxi coached by Bob For orbee ben Yale s star end of
last year and n coach who bas bs had the ad advontaga advantagut
vontaga nf having played the new ntyln of
football Yale will risk defeat rather than
dl dlvuhgcankluuasahemayhaeforttoe vulgo any Id no he may bavn for the Prince Princeton Princeton ¬
ton and Harvard mine Just aa she has hasrisked hasrlcked
risked defeat anti sometimes met It before
Year before last Rhevllns team not being belncafflicted beingaflicted
afflicted with rattle played Its it game from fromthstart fromthuiutart
thstart and there therewasnotbingtot waa nothing toft but Yale
What Yale will do today depend largely on onwhether onwhthcr
° whether or not chic will keep steady and pro provent provent
vent the cad wdt > t from vetting the Jump on thn thnmen thomen
men of Kll KllHarvard P11lisrearul
Harvard Instead of Princeton In lh the Javyn
big collnitu npi opponent > onent this fall Having met metand metand
and defeated big Inama the midshipmen
like the Veutt CHt Pointers go Into such contests contestswithout eOfltptswithout
without any undue emotional fluttering flutteringnnd flutteringqand
and not likely to be nelied with ntage flight
Neither tther team Is at Its best physically Sev Several Sevcruel ¬
cruel of the best men are In that condition that
they may start the game but may not finish
It In the matter of form ofm shown this week
It Is a standoff Fsr cnh > h has donn work that thatwan thatwaju
wan not encouraging Harvard ought to towin towin
win just us kale aln ought to win from Wet
Pnint but oughts Jo not count nearly aa aamuch asmich
much an they did under the old game when
the stronger team had possession of the tfie ball ballmore ballmorn
more If there I Is any muffing of punts by
the Crimson or the Blue the fact f spry anti nndof antiof
of the opposition will b on the spot to make
the most of cold errors Dague of Annapolis
In particular is a wonder for upced nipping nlpplnaTu
u loose ball tackling and getting down under underpunts underpunts
punts lo eee that they Iheyae are not run back backTbn backThe
The annual report that negotiations are on o
for fo a football mama gam between Harvard and an
Princeton Is I again current Ji Ill I said this time
that though nothing official hat been done donnalumni donealumni
alumni Influence his been at work and that thatmatters thatmatters
matters are ripe for direct steps to b be taken
to bring the matter to a conclusion The Thepoint ThepoInt
point Is mad that the result of the Harvard
Yale game may affect the question that if
Harvard win that game the r ru1tIng mltlnr en ¬
thulium will pave th the way for a second sseondchampionship secondchamptonshtp
championship contest Yal Tile In meeting
both Princeton and Harvard undertaks a
bigger contract than either of too those Institu ¬
tions and no doubt would like to t lea Harvard Harvardand Harvardand
and Princeton get together Yal therefore
I is In an awkward position She I is not so sounselfish
unselfish a as to b be willing to accept with resig reel reelnatIon ¬
nation a defeat by Harvard Just b boauae oaut >
that would Increase the probabllty of the
Tiger kissing andmaklng and making up with the C Cam
bridge folk folkOAVBIIIDOE folktAM1I1tXOflE
OAVBIIIDOE Oct tlTh Harvard foot
hull team consisting of twentyfour player
Coaches Crane Cuttt Daly Lory and an
Ovborni Manager Dutohar Krgletton gietos and an
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award Ml neij up to nth Iia sfnndsrl flifl St t lif h tiic tiicvetafaft li livtrnn
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keepfh keafu the Tnlf Yet inert fartti Mm tote Uf < I Ihn Ihnbn ha haIwo
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bn feat get Iihlis till lot li snd ha PuSS been beenplaying tc ti tifotyh1
playing grxxl 1001 football lurIng lh Itte scrimmage scrimmagethu
the ten ha baa loasi mi ihritlgFi the last set week
there w will probably hneretl change ebangeele In l lni Ihe Iheiota > >
ni iota during duringArmr tie gqic cub Ayyee PiicCpp PiicCppclot
clot I nderwimd nil 11 gettIng Mln a rfisnen the theArmy Ihnml
Army Armrmall iiactoe have cnnflIcncw In ttlr iltia iltiaI
I aol ml hey fiilir full expect lo hold Vale down duown to inI n nx
I mall fnt or but Viilwtlliitewllfhe uuitedIItee will ho rushed Iri I Ithe
the moment mnnm n man ahnwa th the slightest Injury
I Mountford M < jtfnnt th the Arnir iiuarterhack lcolwater lcolwaterI she l r rfLe
I thIs year enl tot grmrebohlli Pus Imioroseol
0 fLe IL Army style of play will be nIt the fnr fnrw or oracm
w acm nl lns s and onsld kirk predominating
Alter Ion hong sign cignal drill this afternoon the thnpunters theIuuutitPre
punters not In their work lying the tt ends a artl
1 ijrll rtl or ifPJI gcUIlos < rf down ohow Usa field Itatvcr ulso ulsosome iii
0 tlI some c < ni nice drop kicking from turn xnrinus xnrinusI ertcuuaNpw
Npw liev x Ort I IVrw IS Thse earIty leyi
left Vrw cw llnvrn Iti high Milt li ionIihit > nl tit find findi
i I oiifVlfiit < of IrrmllnK w Wow fif IVHnt by s mm rrniI
I fortRtilf encore liHinorrnv Ihrrn ww we a
IIIIIIT lur signal drill wi sod < l phort ncrlinnmjr nt lh lhflflil the theflelul
flflil during the nnrrnM > n ni > uttrriiiit l betmig betmigmule > Hii < r rmiulr
mule to score Tli ri rigim dull Included the tlioIrrlnir theryimsg
Irrlnir of trick rlajr which w were rc further fnrthTicrknl furtherworked
worked out < In Ilir scrimmage l Last tut night nlshton
on < n tin irvmnunlum floor two hoiim wno oixnt oixntIn
In t etet < rn work Every min on the varsity
ii I nt for n tussle anti without itn Injury rx rxorpt cxept
orpt < In the i nor of Himd Bur < ti and llomar who whoIIBVC whoImave
IIBVC Krnlp wound lh The < t team m HIM serum ncromimnltHl serumlammlNi
imnltHl Ii < > several hundred ntudrnt ci who whowill chinI
I will stay ti r ovrrtilcht over nIght In N aw n York nrk snot ml go up ll llI
I thor Hudson IMI ul th tIme ctrMinrr which In to convey
the teen to U rot Point tomorrow afternoon altrrnoonlolm afternoonI
I lolm < Mock IP I confident of a victory and ml t ir irdiets > r rillcti
diets n Moro so < ure of Bbont i to A dipt DiKlot DiKlotnprnt Iliglowspent
spent a long tltn klckiiis from room t lMrincnt placeysientttitus > lMrincnttnl
tnl afternoon whllo w him Kotnnr soul < < uy > trl trliI trliIdrop > il ildrop
drop kicking Yale > nl will II line in up njiiliK njiiliKVifft
Vifft PoInt In th the followIng < > orclay r > l r Hon 11 tono tonohelt K KIclt
Iclt null lal Ialgo left tackle Untie l left ft uuirU uuirUConnry iluluird iluluirdCooney
Connry rrtitrn iixbrl right guard lltalou lltalouriitht lltglowright
right tuokUHnrili nclit cool tut I f Jonro uunr uunrterb tuiarterha
terb < k Wyllf left ImUhfti L r oniilr > mIght richtliHlfl mIghthalfback
liHlfl halfback fk Coy oy tulllmtk tulllmtkPis
Pis coftthe e < cichicc look IIM flwt iubhti ut Nllt NlltIlerger < i iItTgir > <
ItTgir IMlbln l ° hlltoi ii Murrhv Din hhiie soul nil Itroon Itroonwhllt iIreuiwhile
while the foll tomlloonlug 1iiK men vtll ilI utlo Uo he > > tnk taken takennnol n nnnil
nnil mar g get t Into th the mnif II i l It KO gnee < YH Voiles Voilescn < I Ivny
vny cn In th the first h hut f Ihoimnn Itioggo 5 it Inuc Inuclou inagunit
< lou Punbnr IIMdln lIid < Il ll licetoc cl HirfHii Nitchcll Nitchcllhtlogham litt h II IIKlniflikiii
Klniflikiii Iturk Holt lxiriii lxiriiiMini i0ugnt Fotr Fotrkimol
Mini
PlllL PIIILNnutsrsrI PKIritl a I lit I N I lnninrrou o morrow tlie tlieI I I II
I iilxerHii of Penn iennoylvnuiia > > ylxaiiln loot hull lnin lninplays iee < iii iiiblare
plays It hut econd real hard game of theseu I tie suoonrm suoonrmltm > ion
1 ltm In junkers hnxe for heir I opponents his Ihlrtime I hisTIme
time thi > tunly turi Itrown eepti who ire all In Intine intin
tine tin dlmpr und should give th thu Red and lllii llliiI
u tiiu uuuih < h hard harder IT ynine than wonhmuiij did didIUKI hidlutod
IUKI neeU eek The Hwl nod Illic team was im iouthrough
through quilt H m long siKiial drill behina behinalosect belulnciolosed
losect < gates this afternoon The Tb tom uoNhc uoNhcuutual h s susual
usual on tin day before u u large game cut out outthesecr outthe
thesecr the seeri nork c ork and not nine but re regular ulnr ilcriHl ilcriHlwork eigruoilwork
work varied by several new trick playa wet wettried er ertried
tried Big 11111 Hollenback w we back it ° MM old oldplaoe oldjular
plaoe at full a were Green and iii < iulaxiertotck rtertiacU rtertiacUIteHenn
IteHenn The addition of thfe old player playerseemed ploiversipeluicil
seemed to put new life f Into the temn Tim Timplayer rh rhplayer
player ran through the sleimlK with Come ComethIng omethlnit
thIng like the old lenin form work which hwi hwibeen huuubeen
been so ImMns sc < Isg In th prattler nork wont of lat latKinrov lute luteEAWr0N
Kinrov Pa Oct if LiifayeMn playa playaColgate playolgate
Colgate tomorrox and the prospects ofn ofnhard 01 a almaro
hard game caused Couch Itnll to nave light lightprucl lightforget
forget it ice el I his iui afternoon Thextrslty The vmrsity has been beenon
on Us ii mettle the i pact > ast three day determined determinedto
to xxipe out the record oval by the scrub scrubwho ecruihawho
who scored two touchdown to the varsitys varsitysonw °
onw likst Tuesday Hmcn then tho scrub have havenot tuavenot
not trratencd the viirslty goal Clialmers ClialmersIlliilibcr UIntinireIthileher
Illiilibcr arid McCan havn been working to tosethT tozethr
sethT as a one man nt backs while loinin and andlloger antiRogers
Rogers have gotten back Into their old form format
at guard 1lhd at quarter lias hioi le led < l the tnatn tnatnsplendidly toarnspludidly
splendidly showing constant improvement improvementIn
In illMU BOH goal kicking and never letting an op oppon ° t tponart
pon ponart rt is ls him Aycrlge at t < t centra is de developing < lotvelopIng ¬
veloping Into n stair player and It la nip and andtuck antituick
tuck between Chalmers and McCna u sa to who whois
1 is the better ground trainer Cant Klllcott Klllcottla
la playing hotter than over before beforePniNCvroN beforn7nDcrroy
PniNCvroN Oct ut m lWIrs in Princeton football footballcircles footballcirehen
circles It came out today that Washington Washingtonand
and Jefferson havn been working with all alltheir alltheir
their might arid main ever since Labor Day
In order that they mav chew up the Tigers TigersU
U U I said a large cro erowu d of rootcrs rooterawill > will arrive arriveearly arrivewrly
early < In the morning laden down with coin coinwhich coInwhich
which Is lo bn beplaced placed at ex even en money on WuMi WuMitnetnn Wuthlngtnn
tnetnn and icfferson The local coaching coachingtaft
taft rcallres that Princeton will be UP against againstn
n husky eleven tomorroV no the daily scrim scrimmage owrimmago ¬
mage was chopped arid only a swift signal signaldrill aigoaldrill
drill was run through Th This Tiger looked lookedwell lookedwell
well this afternoon as the they rushed through a aerien aaeries
aeries of clesnout formation Eddie Dillon Dulonwas Dillonwas
was at the helm and held bin men under per perfect perfact ¬
fact control Comldnrable emphakls WAS WASlaid waslaid
laid on a few new kicking otimti tilnt with Uarian Uariannffldatlng Uarlanometatlng
nffldatlng Coach Booth got after Mctdyen Mctdyenand
and WaIler and pitted the two against each eaohother eachother
other for a short while Capt Mccormick McCormlckmay
may not get Info tomorrows contestar contestarleaat Contestatleast
least gossip haa It so O Coxo Is the substitute substitutefullback subctItutfullback
fullback who has beendolne good consistent conslKftntwork consistentwork
work of halo Ilcxth IB im < to lisTs first drst call at atright atright
right tackle while the rest of the eleven will willbo willbe
bo the name ni heretofore
AVXAPOUS Md Oct ct1Tbe 18 The Midshipmen Midshipmenfind
find their final practice for the Harvard varan varanthin gamothis
thin nfteTTioon The unuad equad did not get on onthe onthe
the field until about 5 o clock and 01 there wan wanno ws wsno
no lineup mere 0P1e37 n thorough drill and andand signals signalsand
and formation for different Plays and BO some sometAking rat rattaking
taking rind hfinrtltne the ball In fact the theNavy thotNavy
Navy team has not had a ningle lineup thin thinwnek thisweek
week except In the game on Wednesday Wednesdaywith
with Rt John In which n majority of the thiiregnlarn theregulars
regulars kept out of the play on on account accountofTnhiricnmost accountofinjurtee
ofTnhiricnmost ofinjurtee moct oT which however were not notoerious notscriouc
oerious The coarhnu felt that In view of ofthe ofthe
the crippled condition of so many of the theplnynra therdaynre
plnynra and the IndUntlon that thi squad squadwan squadWa
wan Wa In danger ° r of overtraining It would bi bibetter bebetter
better to avoid the danger of further Injurtm Injurtmthis
this weak and lose th the benefit and play against againstthe
the second team Conwerjiiently the whole wholework wholework
work of the week ban been confined to signal signalwork signalwork
work and general practice under the coaches coachesand onachesand
and them ban been nn itctual playing 1 Thin Thinfull tin tinfull
full team will start In the game tomorrow tomorrowwith tomorrowwith
with the exception of Magruder right tackle tacklearid tackleamid
arid his hl place will be taken by Hhnfroth a amuch amuch
much heavier man wince experience for or two twoyears twoyear
years year has been at guard for which position positionhe
he has been a sub for two seasons He weltf weighs weighszoo ha
zoo pounds and them will be threw other men menIn menIn
In the Navy line who are r lose to that figure figureThey figureThey
They am Sorthcroft left tackle Stuart left lefguard leftguard
guard and Hllngluff centre Wright right right rightguard rightguard
guard weighs about ISO pounds and the line linethat linethat
that con In the game tomorroiv Is probably
the heaviest that has ever represented an anAnnapoH anAnnapolis
Annapolis eleven eleveniTKACi elevenlyitacA
iTKACi N T Oct lBTh Cornell varsity
had a short signal practice tonight In prepa preparation prparatIon ¬
ration for the thepnie came with Pennsylvania State Statetomorrow Statetomorrow
tomorrow No scrimmage work wu at attempted attempted ¬
tempted and after an hours practice the men menreturned manreturned
returned to the clubhouse The Th Hhocana as aspect expeat ¬
peat a bard guns but are confident that they theywill theywill
will roll up M leant two touchdowns This la lathe Iathe
the first time Pennsylvania State has played playedat
at Itbaca and the Interest In the contest la lawidespread Iiwidespread
widespread It will also serve to give the thecoaches thecoaches
coaches a lint on the men and suggest suggestpoaei possible possiblechange ble blechanges
change for the Princeton game The work wor wortonght
tonight was full of life and ginger A cold coldwind ccl cclwind
wind blew across the gridiron ana the air was
frosty It served to keep the men on the theJump
jump very minute The lineup of the thevanity therarlty
vanity today and the probable lineup lineupagainst lineupagainst
against Pennsylvania State follow Watson
left end Lynch left tackle Thompson left leftguard leftguaM
guard May centre Van Oman right end widw
Coarro Coarropardnfr coscrove w right guard O Rourke right tackle tackler
pardnfr pardnfrleft flartlnar r and Caldwell ouarterbaoks Earle
left leftJalbeck halfb halfbfullback fback UcCallle right half halfback back tVajder W alder
fullback Printon wag sent back to the scrubs
tonight and Gardner ran the regulars TitLe
afternoon moat of the play werellne plun plunges plungesan e eMd
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many criticisms bad been made of the ho rules ruleswhen roil roilwhoeti
when they were snnmmncu nnoun < cd ° d the assertion assertionbeing sauiertlouibeing
being made by mnny man autornohlllst Ixdh he hi In Inthe Inthou
the trade nnd uufl < I out of It hut tbn tnmlftlons ton < Itlon Itlonero
wer ero so flailing that none of the car re would woiiiotho
benbletoHlirxlvefhe ho blc to sijrutve the te teat t with peefeit ncore ncoretin eonreIi
tin Ii Hhd his aieorlales of the context com comrnlllee coninlilee
rnlllee John x Hill A I Hiker ltli < er snot A AII x xII
II Whiting and Hecrelary S M Muller had hadilrawn hadolcacti
ilrawn iii thin rule sIll great care and re refused refuipiouI
fused to change or modify them in any soythe of ofthe
the very nutneroii tray nugge eiggcetooii te l The Therp
result rp < ulL had IurOv t > rox ° l heyoid nnr nisputn the thewisdom thectudofli
wisdom of the committee in addition e < to fur furnlshing sir sirniching
nlshing a mot Inn arspl grapllo lo Illustration of tho thoprattlmlly thopravtlonhy
prattlmlly foolproofsuite fnoiloroof chile tn which modern modernniitomoblle nsioaieriiauItOflotutles
niitomoblle liHxe ho < v been brought Ih re regretted rogro1tc ¬
gretted < i that It hid been necessary to wait waitI
I M o lotiz before the rn clii ioiild be delivered I Ilout
but wild the committee hud found It ImpON ImpONp imtosudb
p udb > ibl to obtain the trophies M som > they could couldpresented h hureented °
presented any ouickei < 1 ihe he entrants of ofthe oftho
the huivensful rnr und did th the machine they theyi
i namod Iuatno ° cl were a follow followJames folnwstmcs
James Joyce 40 horse hotepowcr p er Ierllet Al foiqntIe foiqntIeUotor antic anticMotor
Motor Car Company 90 3O3 35 horw power OtCt htodilard htodilardix Sto4ulattiliutytor
liutytor ix > tor and So ao W 3 horsepower boorue porr stoddnrd iIo < illard l layton laytonuutnainit > iyu > n nrun
run uutnainit t > otit It Alorler 3 l two o 40 tiorne tuorsepower power lAuder LotlerJt
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1 Iliom II molds M Mo < > rr r < urnpna 43 h hi eo1 eo1I
i jumt lerre VI i Hotihln VI V horse power
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x Ii < > soutlnrorti Si SO horsepower Pope Hart
ford and AO 34 hor looroipowr powr Pope Toledo lien < en lobn lobnOutline Inttnr
r Outline SV 4ii hor e power ouier < ululormobllp 1dnmi > hlle nm nmshoit rum rumuoboit
shoit hioj iitnniotilie cvmnanj m hwrw poner ponerKnnx tunnerRoox
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Iriiii l fomntlxe iitnmolilli ivinpaii 4 < l horse horsepower horeecower
power tletllet t < W t i White 3 30 > hirv power ovpr White XhlleII
II II Uhlte m S hor > e fnter Ulile i rtiln > Mouir Mouirehlcle M0rrhtele
ehlcle Compan > 24 4 hore iKmer Corbln runabout runaboutnnd
nnd two 24 boNe poner i C < urtulnt > rhln Mora Miner Tar Tari tarInmpany
i nmpany 21 1 lioi luorce > e poxr Mura rtinahout Muile Muileer tuu1etuaier
tuaier > < er Aiiiomoblle Cnmtian S3i horse horepciwrr horepciwrrStuuletuuoiier tioer tioerMudebaker
Mudebaker I L A HupkUis j So liorse luorospower poner Amer Amerlean AmerIran
lean M Mums rs and 30 Xf > hor tcuoe e power Vrnerlran More MorSinger MoreU
U A Singer 30 S3 horse jmurr ooimr Mstti Muitluceon Km C II IIWarren nVarn
Warren W hoiwr hnrsepooer po > tr Hayne lieorje lieorjeMaeWllIlam eorre V VMacUlllliun
MacUlllliun V < horse power Harrin < Imloill ImloillHroa ImiottitIros
Hroa 24 liurae hiturlefuouvcr power Mura and II 2 homepower homepowerMora
Mora runabout H H Cob 14 horse tuoreepowotr rwaer Jack Jackson Jaekeon
son Imroclt iloor cVr Company 40 horsepower horsepowerIleere horuoeuowerlirc
Ileere It 4 Kel Rrleoy > 40 4 < 3 lurh tcr power Malhrvin MalhrvinW
W v l Martin 40 40Suo 5i rois poner lioll < Kojce KojceMaxwell I < osce osceMaxwell
Maxwell ttriee IMICW < i ll1 14 iioreepoCer luirsr iK er Maxnell nn nnabout ronabout
about and 16 1620 20 borne power Maxwell
The question whether or not women houlrt houlrtilrix lmoiltiirlv
ilrix < antomobilfH In wing much discussed discussedIn
In Iondon that they are not ln < Mpnble Mpnbleof oopahloof
of mimulng in automobile there IH plentyor plenty plentyxldenoo
of e eand CVt xldenoo < ieitt ° suy u writer In If IIodra o Jern Snnefv Sneiefanul
and In the per peroino on of Site Oorothy Irf lcoivitt lcoivittit > avltt avlttIt
It has been proved that the most fund powerful powerfuilmachIne powerfulmachine
machine mid the hlshest speeil have ro roterroin uii uiiterrors
terrors for the sea ex iut whets women do doundoubtedly dountinuilitettly
undoubtedly full ugh PA < nutotnnbilUtH Is at the thecritical thecritical
critical moment When It ie 11 case of peril perilahead perilahead
ahead nnd instantaneous action the woman womanbt
bt the wheel lUinoxi Invariably hetltatcA hetltatcAHnd heeltateuitend
tend Is lost Up to tho present time no nodlfllcultle noliftlcoiltie
dlfllcultle < have been raised by the authori authorities aurthortties ¬
ties In any country luiicernlni the lb Issue of ofautomobile ofautomobIle
automobile Ucoimes to women after dun dunexperiment 120experiment
experiment lh authorities duo < lns all appli applicants oipphteatitia ¬
cants together whether male or female femaleond enialeunit
unit deliver th the nerei necessary Hry certificates after afterconsideration altereonettierntinii
consideration In England no test is ypt yptnexeiwary yu t tiieeeseuirT
nexeiwary Certlflrati > H have hi ave even been Issued Issuedto
to blind men and innMix < and probably the theritlc theoritle
ritlc whose words are < iuotcd aboxc would wouldrather wouldrallier
rather kee women of o sound mind at I lhe he wheel wheelof
of < uf fast automohllea tlmn people of this kind kindalthough kindalthough
although In musculln attire So far U Umust Itmust
must be admitted few ca cases es of accident accidenthave accichothave
have been reported w where women have been beenat
at the wheel and U I not pert perhap apt altogether altogetherfair
fair to argue that thU thu Is because very few fuwwomen fewwomen
women ever drive al all Tliers are r many manymorn manybore
morn women drivers In America and Ore Great Greatilrttsin t tBritain
Britain than I is generally supposed supposedIt
It Is announced that the Illinois IllinoisCommlnnlon fllghiway fllghiwayCommniasion
Commlnnlon will tarry on < in an educational educationalcampaign educationscampaign
campaign In behalf of good roads and good goodbridges goodbrlolgea
bridges during the tail and winter through throughout thirouyhout ¬
out the > State lo 1 0 this end a corps of lea lecturer leatureruo ¬
turer has been selected to address s the farm farmcru farmers
ers Institutes which will be held < i this season seasonIn
In th the various counties the lecture force being belnaheaded
headed by A N Johnson chief engineer of ofthe orthe
the Stain Highway Commission hpend hpendbetter hpendbetternot
better betternot not more n i the theslogan itlogan that the com commission cornmission ¬
mission ha adopted In It nppeal tn the agri agricultural agricultural ¬
cultural Interests of the Mate It is reported reportedthat reportedthat
that ono of the special project of the com commlwilon tonimtmusion
mlwilon Is to construct In the near future an anobj anotuJ
obj ect lesson road tra travertoin versln g se severs vnra I counties countiesof
of the State U Is s proposed to make it an anideal anideal
ideal country highway emphasising es especially especially ¬
pecially thus value of dirt road n
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n Jacques ROM la 4 Minute 37 seconds Neeondsat
at Freshmens Game GameCAtntMrmit GamCucatnoe
CAtntMrmit Oct 18 iTlte The annual freshman freshmantrack freshmantrack
track mere meetat at Jlarvard waa washelti held thin afternoon afternoonWith afternoonWith
With the exception of two men there does not noteem notseem
seem tn be much promising track material In Inthifl
the clara I 1he he exceptions arc Jacijue and andFoster andFoater
Foster two freshmen who prepared at the
Volkmann fchool In Boston 1 he former ran ranthe calmthe
the mile In 4 minutes and 37 snconda und the thnlatter thelatter
latter ran the 1UO yard dash In 10 15 second secondThe secondsThe
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too Yard I DubWon > a h Won by J M Foster W U
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lio Yanl Hurdle hturdieaWon Won by O If Chadwtck
A Hweetxer sooonrt n R Squibb third Time
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SM Yard Oash DaothWon Won by H W Kelley O C C1ow
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440 Yard RunWon by P CWhltmnr C T Field Fieldleennd fleidsecond
second W B Walker third Time U 1 2 sa t seconds
8 550 0 Yard Bun RmWoo Won by B Hornnlowtr J Mor
risen second O Palmer third Time a minute
14 seconds aecondtOn secondsOne
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second O R Harding third Time 71rn 4 minute
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lenge for the America cup and ba declared
hi his Intention of aupportfng the scheme by
every ever mean In hi power HI name appear
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bent Klngslanil by C up and 4 to play Wade beat beatlUiwe bratlkuwp
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This < vears Individual championship of the theIntercollegiate theIntercollegIate
Intercollegiate kilt Association I is between betweenVale betweenYale
Vale and Princeton < on playere Kilts Knowlee Knowleeof
of Pensncola lla Is Ii Win Eli s representative and andUalih andItalh
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to survive KtiowleH wan runner up to Ills IllsrolleceimiteAItolt hoIciollegcitootteAttotttn
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believe hn will make the third micccniive micccniivewinner euccessivewinner
winner for them willePetera Wiile Peters who is proml promlnerit loromiliprit
nerit In Metropolitan tournaments 1 Is regarded regardedby
by the Tiger m > the man to bring home the thetitle thetill
title till Itayard Jr Iyne and Reinhart have haveheld baseheld
held for Princeton The final at the Nassau XaanaiiCountry Nassautstintry
Country Club limb today will l toe > e at thirty six sixbolen M Mbole
bole bolenKpovlen
Kpovlen bent Abbott yesterday moraine morainebv
bv I up their cards being fn and ftl All Allsjtm AllP111115
sjtm nt the turn Abbott took the tenth in inn ina
n to e bu Knowlea wiped out th thou lead by a meii
2 on the eleventh Abbotts 4 gave the lead leadtn leechto
tn him Hgeln en the fourteenth Kno Knowles Knowlessquaring tea teasquaring
squaring by n 4 on the sixteenth and nd getting gettingthe
the mutch by H 3 on the seventeenth an they theyhnlvnl Useytonivc
hnlvnl < h on the home green In the same namnround sameround
round Yules Htar i < Partridge lost to Iiyon a anewcomer amiewt
newcomer miewt otner from bin college and Morgan won wonhandily wonhandily
handily from Van Vleck Peters bed How Howland flowland
land 2 up with S to play but the latter stole ntolothe stolethe
the Hlxleenth by a lone put for 3 They Theyhalved Theyhalved
halved the seventeenth and a topped drive driveixmt drivecost
cost llowlaml < t the match on the home bole bolePitiTh holeleters
PitiTh who had been 3 down at the turn In
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the Abbott match Knowles followed with a I IA 2A
A 4 tend 3 added the twelfth and thirteenth thirteenthto
to his lend and a half In s made Knowlen Knowlenwinner Knowleswinner
winner on the fourteenth green by h Sup A up liar liarxards liarSt4715
xards last hope Morgan Jr had desperate adesperatnI a
I I rratch with Peters Morgan was 1 up at th the theI
I turn and 2 up at the tenth Peters squaring squaringi
i by a 1 3 on the thirteenth and 4 on the four fourteenth fourtepoth ¬
teenth They halved to the end comIng ooralnffhome comInghome
home very fast but Morgan mlneed chances chancesIn
In the short game on the fifteenth and six sixteenth sixteenthi ¬
teenth greens The first two extra bole bolewere boleswere
were halved Peters winning on the twenty twentyfirst
first hole where wbere Morgan did not get a good gooddrive gooddrive
drive The cord cordPeters cardMorgan
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Summary SummarySecond f3umrarySecouud
Second Round K t Peters Jr Princeton beatW beat beatW
W U 1 Howluul Jr Yale bir o 2 np W Fellows PeUoweMorgan FellowsMorgan
Morgan Jr Harvard beat C K van VlecJk Jr JrYale ItVale
Yale by 3 up and 2 to play F Knowles Yale beat beatR beatIt
R Abbott Yale by 1 up W II Lyon Yale beat beatD
D Partridge Yale by S up and 2 to play
SemiAnal Seml ttnalPetcri Peters beat Morgan by 1 cp d dbole 22 22bole
bole u Knowlea beat Lyon by S up and 4 to play playFind playFirst
Find cup In the womens open tournament tournamentat
at the Enoox County Country Club was woo wouyenterday wooyesterday
yesterday by MiR Kate Harley of Fall River Riverfrom Riverfrom
from Mrs 8 F F IetTerU of Englewood by I up
Their match was a moot exciting one and a abrilliant abrilliart
brilliant climax of the four day competition competitionMitw
Miss Harley was nomewhat stronger on the tb tblong
long gamn but Mr Iefferta was the better betteron
on the green the critiiial lofting shots by
her being a trio of poorly hit approach plays plnysMIKO playsMi
MIKO Mi harley had an early lead of 2 but they theywere theywere
were square at the fifth and again at a the turn
Mr lnfferU was I up at the fourteenth and andn Td Tdaonly
n aonly onlv four cohort hole worn left her friends friendsthought friendsthought
thought she would win Mica harley made madea
a plucky finish as she did under a similarscore similar similarMoore
Moore nvalnst Miss Porter tn the semifinal semifinaland
and e gained In ml the match A s on the sixteenth sixteenthafter siteenthafter
after Mrs Iefferts had holed a puzzling put
for 4 wan a test of Miss Harleyn nerve The Thecard Thecard
card was WBSMiss wasMhss11ar1r
Miss Mhss11ar1r Harler 4 8 4B3ftns a e n it a 5 5Mr1etfcrtuoCGISSUCS443 647 647Mr
Mr Mr1etfcrtuoCGISSUCS443 Mr1etfcrtuoCGISSUCS443MtutsrieyS Lerreru 445 445Miss
Miss MtutsrieyS llarley 84417484 C 4 C 7 4 3 4 4 445SI 445SIMrs 40 03 03Mn
Mn lerteitt 7S5DA644 7 5 5 5 e e 4 4 8442 8442Misc 47 47Miss
Miss Kltrabeth Rosencrantz of Rldgnwood Rldgnwoodwon flhoilewoodwon
won thn th second cup by 4 up and 3 to play
from Miss Ethel Trowbrldge of New Haven HavenVictory HavenVIctory
Victory for th thou third cup fell to Mr J II IIKlnnciy IIKinney
Kinney Richmond County who brat Miss
Marie HarrUon Ualtusrol by 7 up and 6 to topixy tolulcoy
pixy Miss Van Ostrand and Miss Trow Trocbridge
bridge won the tie in the four ball match
from the MIs Misses e Mix Mizand and Mllnn MllnnPHILAI MilnsPEILAPaLPITIA
PHILAI PEILAPaLPITIA > K7PTTIA Oct If 15Miss Mis Gilbert was waaput wasput
put out of the competition for the women
Individual golf championship of Philadelphia
by Mr Caleb F Fox at K David today
Ait Mliw nrlsoom defeated Ml Miss Ayres the
final tomorrow will rest between Airs Fox Foxand Foxand
and Miss Orlsoom Thnummarlen ThnummarlenPemlflral The surnmnarieu surnmnarieutemlflnal <
Pemlflral Round RoundMrs Urt caleb P Pox Hunting
don Valley C C C0 defoatjd defeated Mlu Ollburt hunting
don Valley C C I up Miss r C Ortocom Merlon
Cricket Club defeated Mia P Aires Klverton
2 up and 1 to play
DefeCted ClfbtSemlnnaJ roundMr J W
Morris Jr HunUngdonValley llUntlngdon Valley C O defeated Mr
F H j itovell Merfcn Cricket Club I up and 1 tn tnplay toplay
play MIss H E Maul Merloo Cricket Club de
Tested Mrs A Colllna Aronlmlck s up and 1 to
play piAyConaoiaUon
ConaoiaUon Evrntlinal Event Final round roundMr Mrs O W
Bergner St Davids defeated Mlaa Mi Melnttre >
Hprlnthaven S up and 4 to plar plarBogey
Bogey Handlnap HandicapAlIas Mia r r C Ortsoom B down
Miss U Gilbert I 4 down Ills Ml F Ayr vsea 6 down
MiSS Jehnaon e dowa kin E H rlller C down
MrvC Mci C FAFox F Foi S down J H lit w WIlliam Bm w WeaI l 10 > 8owni 8owniMnu down
MlsA DVIN lOdown Miss H F Mauls 1 down
Mrs 7 W horns Jr II down Mrs A Collins
22 down Mrs 3 Collaa 13 down Miss D 0 Cooper °
Ii down Alias Hanoue ii dawn dawnC
C C K T AthletlCfl AthletlCflDonald AthIetigDonald
Donald MoCraady captain ef the College Colletof Collegeof
of th the City of New York basketball team 1 1erioutly is isseriously
seriously ill with typhoid fever Besides being
th the beat basketball ply plsyartn rln the college h he was waaon wason
on the varsity lacrosse track and wimmlntr
teams UamHnnry teamsBen
Hnnry Ben Helton who grannatd gvaa < nCtd In t th the ola clue
of IMO I ii new teaching in the physic depart departpient ¬
ment of tK t college iTnlten plarexl on tn the
W xsm which y ° i0O won Ih loterpollegiati rooHe lan nn nnphamplonahlp lacrca
phamplonahlp H suns taken charge of th thnn the
laoroan inuad and the port under El tile coach
ing promt to undergo a revival
David u i Oboler of the ola of o7 7 ha been n
appointed one of the ymnaalum Instructor
H Ha wa the bet all around athlete at collg
and will help In th the coaching of th the athleTla athletic
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was driven by the veteran Mike Boirermi Boirermiwho Boweriuuwho
who won the iuunn stake In 1KK4 with Be fleuford > i ifonl
ford fonlfhn fordrtin
fhn rtn lfl trot fell to the favorite fncu nd
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SWiH 3o lr or better to boat Tllflora hliflora the mr muirotrotting
trotting surprIsingly a good race The judge judgedid
did < not like Sweennyn weeneye driving of Red Bo Boand Rev Revand
and put in McHenry after two heats In the
213 pace and the Wizard t izard landed th nai cazfirst
first In the third heat but J 1 J 1 J beat li liout lie lieout <
out the neil two oio and a as Dewey C had wo1 wo1the
the first two heats the rare went over uuel uueltomnorrow > >
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track meet to be held between the Cf CeLurtihta CeLurtihtaecpbomores mmh mmhophomores >
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nit Wednesday Toe Tbeentertng entering chute ha haparticularly has a apirtieutarly
particularly ° strong team this ye yeir r D DGraasl DGraaal
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thrower and Paulson of Morris High Scbooi Scbooiwho sch schwho °
who equalled the tntrncholastlc half 2I 2Irecord rr rrroord
record last spring am doing good work Is Ispractice hipractice
practice Jay Gould Oouldcaptabnof captain of the freihw freihwteam fe1it fe1ittMamius
team tMamius Is making a good showing In the h hmile hsf hsftnte >
mile and aU also > o the hurdling events nvrnttV
V B Murray the beat hurdler that Co CoJrn CoJrnbla un unbla
bla has la a sophomore and should rns rnsfew C Cfew
few point for hi cia Dnbonck I cleorttf cleorttfover eleritlover
over S feet In Ihn pole vault In prfcctlcs bu buthere buithere
there t a noticeable lack of m men n In tin hr hrand bIgarid
and broad jumpi
Josh Crooks CrookelIie the trainer of the truck tea teabllnve teabelieves
believes that tIe greet 1nt intrit ret xvMrh xvMrhStudent u utudent
Student tudent body at the Mornlna ll4 < lo InttilMttor InttilMttori ii < titultbt titultbttatating
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