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THlt SUN. SUNDAY. OCTOBER 1. 1911.
THE CHESS PLAYERS' CORNER rlMMI Of THE CARLSBAD TlH RX.i W EXT. I rlchmnn . .ret Achievement Tea Much Thru, 'or tsohlrohtrr Ratlin. 1.1 rin sticker Rotlew I. New star, I Ihfll tn Vl.lt Thl Country tJenn. Another nM internatlontl tournament t. h .lory. It run I" elated without th ilfhtesl vaggeratlon that thin Carlsbad , hi. been one of the moat Important ,,.,-' !.. Hiul for more than one reaaon. Jo hriitt "Hit there never before wan lot.rf i BeW niwt one ao thoroughly repre sentative In spite of many notable alwen r a niHtter of fart there never i tourney played In whic h eonie of the ..,,, fametM expert were not absent. Becoml the Carlsbad NnpttlUOB will o itotrn '.'l chess history aa nioet Important, II It brought forth ttie young Itusslnn mala lor llotlewl and hie countryman, ''.soh, of whom the former eeemed In he lilt more promising player, although iha latter did not do badly conaidtrintf that waft hit debit! in un International ring The ne (nan, Knetlc. did not fare eo well, wtill" the lightning exhibitor Fahrni thin ripen gave an exhibition of simultaneous ,;v n it long aao, heating all records by pliytnf I no mania slinnlteneoiKlv- eeein I0l) I. not made for eonteatiim aerloua gatr.es Th ret, of the playera ar well Hunan cither in Kiirope or In this country. fot yean It ha bean Teichmann's ambi tion to win a great International tourney, m,.l although he cam often near tha mark hll health fulled him every tlma, thua rob Mtic him of many well deaerved victories No d.uht Hie excellent, health resort. Carle .ad diil Mm a lot of good When speaking iihnuf T"lrhmann mention must be made of vcrn1 error which oconrred In reporting the K". game in that tourney Mail reporta, (or Instance, tata that Telrhmann loat an nd'ouri " 1 game again! the veteran burn ail not vlre veraa. aa etated bv cable. An othat great error waa made In the Hchlerh-ler-Marshall adlourned game. Thl waa fivn as a win for Hchlechter. whereat It really .ndad In a draw. From tha official ioi! given by cable at the end of the murn'V It became evident that aome other r-n.take were made In cabling the reanlta. I ndr the circumstance It la thought proper not W present the usual statistical tablea un'll ill the reanlta are checked by mean of the mall reporta Considering the fact that Mr H offer had to cover thirteen game day for The Scn and yarlon Ixmdon ptrreri the error are pardonable wb'n the contest started on August ji -c:i h'T waa the favorite, and when ha added victory after victory In the ft rat seven round, everybody waa aura that he would practically have a walkover. It Ippean, however, that he overdid matter. Itc had scarcely finished hi aeriea of six teen game with Tarraach whan he began I'iar at Carlsbad Taking thl. circum.tanc III consideration It ia neit to marvel. ins that I . landed o high, dividing aecond and third .rl,es with Hubtnateln The latter made a vary bad trt, at leaat not aa good a ' rxpattad HI tenacity, however, brought blm hi reward, he being tied with1 j-erilechter. I I he voting Russian Hotlewl, who Ik about :i nr year of age, owe his place In the I tourney to the absence of t oiide This' lining man did ome excellent work and I .mer leant will bt glad to learn that he' Intend, visiting this country In the very. heat future. Marshall did vary trail nfter hi n one time, eapedally after his game with s.-hlechtcr was report td as lost. It : ik. il as If ba Mould not land t Drina at all thr readers know by now. he divided the I value of tht tlftli and tilth prlres with' NlenV.oWlttOB an expert, Who would also rraOo a muoh liiirlu-r pltot in touffaeyi but l.ir his impetuosity, whlob is to blame for many loat and drawn game winch he might hare won with u little mOTt care and clr- '.inspection. With the exception of Dura. "ie other prire winner, Vidmai, Abu hill", nhardt and Turtal.ower. leivived about t he in ie tlii y were expect ed to gel Dura. u tue other nana, Who showed I. ,1,1 lor ill at San nflbaatiasi, aeeniad not in imi nbla to re gain hla masterl atyfe tohner of tli Man hat t j n I he (Mub, w ho !nr a long time was on a pal with the uther ni'i Americans, rhaies and .laffe. drew 'inewhat away from the tailenders in the laat few rounds, winding tip tritb a tespecta I le score. Chajat and Jalft, it must now ie frankly admitted, aie not exactly ripe I ir an international iirena. .nynow they i -iia lot of practice and expei iruiv and inay do better when the next .nternational bugle ill ia aoundeil An additional lction of games from thin tourney is herew 1th apiieuded qi'KXN'S PtWK OPKMKO. Rollewl iraue Itplelmsno. Bljrk. P gs , llotlewl rrnwr :t h k n b- gs 3U li- B rh SI H Bl B it- S3 hk- at X4 K K is k g? it I gx .17 KsOP Splelmano. mark K Bl P-R4 K Kl It Bt H -IU ch H -B7 H -HI oh R -BT ch P--Klcb KxB 1 P-g4 3 Kt- KB! I P-B4 4 Kt Bl ; KKtxP K K I K 13 7 Kl gi g H4 K V KKUa iiB-Ka 1 1 Castles II P K4 II KPxKI 1. gxKt ll Pig II P -B4 p-OKt4 ll R-gi it gR- Kt hi PxP ep n :t ku n piki l.i PxP ;t b -K It H Ktl M HIR r u Kt t gB4 P-Kl HPlP P-Kl p g hi gm ii -gi B-Blf Kt Kl O OI It ItxP H OKH HxP rh BxR B B4 K BV B- Ktl B-RT oh Kllht MR Kerch IllKI 40 HXP gig 4i rik Kt Bl dRlP P Bl a B Rich Kt Ott 44 K B4 B OI 41 P-Rl P-OR4. tt K Bt H -gi RxP IT K Kit K Kl KtxBP ..KxPdlschK -OJ RxP UK KH 6 Bt PxP MB Bt K-4J1 R B 11 P-R4 KxP Rxlteh .u P us B-BI P KKU SIB Ktl B--Kit k K2 i is P nt snd wins l.i The opening move of that variation will .Turd Instruction If compared with the same l ining played by Cheles vs Trlchmann si rne aiutrnailve would be Kt lis Instead of . " I mine with the UH rl with the defence adopted Splelmsnn re nailed thcaiiarit. but at the eapenae of weaknesses ninly prrreptibie and disadvantageous to black. 1 ba wrsk point ln Uie centre formation Is Im rd lately dciertrd by white, who makes a breach e' one. wllh Ihe text move. X dangerous advance, the retreat of the In 'idit not being secure. ' Necessary now In order lo afford aome pro e.-iinn in the knight. The manoauvre. huwever. - '.xileipiste and ths piece Is lost. He gets some ipenttUon for It and made a good old for a -n.i . but only owing to Kuilcui'a 5v.r00Qfld.QP. : e uj the piece ahead. KAQO K4NN IIENM'. A'.afiln NiernxowHsrh . Alapln Memrowltacli. Btarl . ItaBs Black. I I K4 P OBI I v w4 p gs.i i W4 Kl IkS i Ki qbi gKt -g: ' I III p K4 ' Kt -iu I'igp 7 V.P Kl B4 b -OS g Kt.le ' H 112 II K2 isllei i astles . h -it ii g H gKt n KM V If. II II ili KU KlIMI gi y o: p gits ' ' w K is g 112 . ' W P Ktl ' Kit K KV K4 I IP KPxP 'll Kt II Kl! v It g Kta tile. 22 P KH.1 2S PxKi !4 O- KS 2t P I14 Rig n b R4 Kt - Hi 2 ItiKt so KlKtP II h K4 Ktxh I g m g Kit in, P- KU KtxP IUH It B2 ii -k: 32 li 11.1 SS H Ktl .14 K- K2 R i .v It- fts gt ll II KI4 .1(1 It OB .17 K -Kt.1g VI PxP St PxP ep II - g.'i p r4 Pill P Kt4 PiP H lit KtS 41 K -H.l K H I 4! Kt 115 Hi K I A wins . iw NU'mrowitMcti turns lo the Hanlism iii. uhlie having lust tlw option of it win .b.l'. foUowad by P gs might he con- K'.R rti, was preferable. .'"yoking me advance of the IIP lo gel a lot Kt. Kt. Idle bad a deep laid scheme sll aloag. srcouniit for his maniriivre tn allow black s t" enter his camp. He Intended to play -t It K2 and If it OsltP ch. to catch the im H Rl Perceiving, however, black's eofjt Kl Ktt. he abandoned the K- K2 Irxt ptOVti '.!..,. .riiaratlnn for the attack of the '.ii'lllU. A drsprrate resonrc. If 17. BxP. then "xP and wins. urmn Muerhtlug. Srarahall wnilr. mark. It PxP KtxP ltlllKt PlU itiKtiP ii gar 21 Kt - Hi gn g K g IU Kit K 2.1 OH - K llllid 21 llxlt II H4 IS U K g OBS 2t g HI II -Ke 27 Kl -g P KHI 10 Blf It -Rt ItP-KH HxP in g -gi ii gi SI g KB2 HIKI 33 Itllt Hill Ileal gnx I nilnx. Il'lga V K4 .' K l K ns Soil? ' H gs ' QBI ' sxtlcx.j 1KI I' Kl 111 n KS ' U K4-JV1 ' n K2 K l 117 j gs in its Marstian liar. p git4 P hi I'll' Kt KB! K I IIS W KU KUKl wigi b K2 g Kt i af ilea P gKts Q lit W ItSD II Kl II Kt2 r g 1 "ne of ihe rare occasions when Siiechtlng I feed a pawn, obvlnualy he thought the ex ' ' .n of black's queen compensation for ii ittrn . W In aplte of the spparsot dsn far Marshall kept his queen In play, (rl Raturnlnglhs pawn plus. Marshall rsmahs with the bishops for knight and bishop, and pros pern of another attack. lat Mora dang.reus looking that It Is In reality. l.i Bolt being In grest want of time, the last move had to be mads hurriedly, otherwise Mar shall Would have seen ths forcible M it yn if i And white should have played K- It, with good rhancrs for a draw still. rovn attoirrt oami. Splelmsnn IV lull- 1 P- K 2 Kt hat 1 HI tU 4 It KU 5 t'ulles t p 6 7 II Rt.l a pin Unhlnsleln ttpltlmann. nublnsteln Mt. P K4 Kl UB.1 Kt tt II KM i'atl P 9 HiKi V Kl Kt U Kt KX P l P- U4 Pxl' Kt- K5 P- Kill Ktx Pi 11(11 Kt U mack . O- HI li P B4 P- B5 B-DJIe KtlBl Q2 II- Kl Btfl ZS K ill 2i n KB4 I. B HA 14 K It B MO 17 B Bid M II Kir til K K KB 10 P 11 B ft ttOB- KKI U K V) BCKll KttHiBt-M TO 1 2 II Uil II U Kt 11 P KKU m Kt n II I' KII4 l P HJO 17 PxP ia PxP a p l P-Bt y Kt Kit chf PxKt at y H chf Ki Kt .14 II gnfi u- u an RxP lit -iw MttaKt HxR .17 ItxP) lirslgns (a A well known device, rraorled to on prevtoii s occasions with success. in Hen the attack begins. It Is worth study lag earatully. cl Kuhlnsteln tlinught that ocrupylng the diagonal would give tun a moment of respite by means of sscrlnclng rook for the bishop at KS Id) Providing for the danger of black's II at H-V (rl A mannrtivri not Intended for doubting rooiis on the king s hut on the KKt (lie if Final, m is. k has no means of sn sdrquste defence 0 This move was enclosed In the envelope at the mMdav adlournment II gave him time, the reply being forced, to consider the continue Hon 111 Strange in say, PxP and HiP. wtui all the rantlrVatlnna, were tried by the spectators w ho remained In the rooms except M B Oft. till we pointed It out It wss men time that the gsme was over. ill A tie.utifnl game. HI V iotkt. Kji As black has t move the KRP anyhow In the Flanrhrtio Defence. II la useless to loss a move In provoking it i.i To Dtevrnl rsslllns and nnt in ntnao-nr. ihe sortls of the WKt at the same Ume. id AO eccentric manoeuvre. Intending pre sumably to play Kt Kf and P -KB4. The un usual conduct of His game, however, leavs. white at the mercy of Ms opponent, won routlnurs tbe attack with vigor ana skill. at-BBM'a a. MBIT DBCl.fNBO. KestJe. W'tW.. i p 'ik I Kt OBI 4 B KtA ft P Kl I Kl Hs to m t QPaP IB O 10 PxP II H OS It BxKKI UBxKt 14 Kl Wl Tstehtnaaa. Kostlr. Telrhmann. larl. a nut 1IB sn II Castles IT Hug.' it Ki ga it Rt JO H U4 aiaea P 4)4 P Kl Kt KR1 j:"b4" . KtxP UKt- Kna PxB BlB B Kit KB K kSM. BxKt g Kt. P -KHl 9xg P Q7 KB g gi I OS KI4 14 OxO it Hit as Kl Bl if Kt g k ua Ileal go. '.ii As nealloned In the review of the round. Trlchmann pisrsxl In St. Pstersburg II KixR. keeping an Isolated gl" The text move Is the one unexpected by Kosilc. but an obvious Im provement. The remainder Is plant sailing ! B AH bring thrrsteoed. winning both knlftll and ruok. KNIt isa orCKIMO. Johner lonhardt Itaur Htack. IP Kl P R I Kt KD.1 hi glki IB Ktl p gh.i 4 I -Bt Kt -m 6 P OX P- OS P- Bt P KKt! 7 B KKtVi P -HI B-KS B- Ktl tg- B P -QKI4 10 H U2 P -4 11 P-OH4 p gi ii B- OI R OKI II HPxP RPxP 14 Kl Kir Kt KM4 I1P--OB4 PxP u b -H4 h gi 17 UxP g-B.1 It Kv -gai Castles .burner, limharili WMIr Alirrt It Kt Ktl Kl- US d P KKI.1 Kl lit, :i KtxKt BxKt 22 H OKU H K P-B4 PxP 24 Ktx BP Kl Kt Nit gs g K.i MKtxP U Kt:. n B b 3 ue 51 H KKt ItUPrli ItKlxKt gxKi WB Ba RxH .11 Bal it Kts 11 R Kl! O- KH as P. nr O kiit 14 R - -B QxP Real gas Alechlne. H'tge 11 P gK 1 1 It - ft l HaKtl' It Ktxlt 17 H WKt isg gt It KH it 20 KxK I Cbajra in ir g mx rh Kl.Ktl' RxB gxKt H 111 P 113 P ft Kt4 Kt2 :i K gi n P OH! 21 K H, III KIS rh 24 It g llrslsnx t il The Hlclllau defence which black adopts now Is pi ihspsnot so rod after white s P g4. as ihe latter pre', enis P gt. while w hite does nut saffrr from this Inability. til The prerautkmsry P -ORS wss neresssrv now. "u A necessar)' evil for obvious reasons. of) Hoping lo prrveni It. Ki Ktl. In whh-h inse white would lose two minor places for rook. The move, however, brings no relief, aa white speedily shows. Oi'aPN'l nws orgKiMO RoUeul IslTe Kotlrwl .laffe BfirrX P gut. P IW Kt Bl PxP KH K 11 K.I KttHf K H gxltp g Kt7 R KKl g B KH KB KxB gxP P- -KR1 Resigns it Slf. 1 P g 2 Ki KH.1 Bl.irS P Wl Kt Kl'. i P Kl gKt p its g it. II KM lit- Ks PxKt P Kl htsp n khi IllKI Castles P Whul Kb K B KU R--K! Hi. ir. ia It gi St It wa 21 W 02 2; P K.I J .1 I' it. 4 Kt 5 B a p -: Kt BS Kt.- Kl g: o 23" 11 Kt.ls ws a u us ch KKtxKt n giM s It KH 50 H- KS sn p khi 51 It 117 P -RS SS BxH .14 H K7 .11 HxP. mum n PaP 12 B- K2 1.1 Castles 14 PXB 1.1 RH Ku It P IU 17 PxP 11 R -0 j RoUewl's subtle He Intends hi olsv P maocsuvres brain her. Its. but II l nut feasible wllh the R at B btcante uf Pxl' rook at attacknt. Will. PxBsod the (It Jsffe obvlutialv onlv saw Uisl tbe KtP was attacked. ri Sow be bas the queen in a useless position id) A good move If t! KtxR the oased pawn would ba formidable. isi roTctnie again. If) Preferable would have been 3.V KixB. Anyhow he could have made a better tgbt tgi A game otiaractarlstlc of Kotlewl s style nto't oa mbit nacr.iNan. Rubinstein, trttto. 1 P-Kt I P-KB4 I Kt -KB kubtnstrtB. Balwe Blork O K2 Kt gx UH B HiKi Kl Kl Kt-g: r - Sn: k R Kl KB P - R Kt Rl RlRi KB Kl KKI4 Hpxi K Kt H-K Keslgns waste lOUt H4 21 R- B U P KKt4 u KtP ib 2S P -OR4 t r 4J4 TBPxP I P -OS t B - US It Kl- its 2t it (in; 17 P -Kit a r kku Ktl 18 K r XO 5 -11 II K ti HI Rl 11 Kl IU lSKtxb 11 P KHI 14 Castle 15 B KKU ta g K 17 D-KS IIP- B4 It P -Rl R- KKt 11 R -Kit fijt KU K4 IS PxKt It K Ktl 17 R- Kit i ,vi g rs tal Kt KB.1 Is the Drefersble muve 'II Here again Kt Bl could have been played If t. P 04. then t . PsOP; T PxP, II ft is Hi, followed by castles. in 10... P Oftx would hsv been followed by 11. Kt 114 Just the same, and be would have had lo part with Ih bishop, the KP being doubly s lucked. f) The only means of defending the KP. but a loss of Ume. as the KKt will be dlsbidged. let Having lost a number nf moves In the open ing, ll stands tu reason thst ever so well he would plsy now he could oo more rtuieve lost ground, snd the rest of the game speaks tor Itself. Tbe issue being simply a matter of lime. Huhlnateln'a ondilii of the game la Inatructlve. kbs sr h paras a Nlemrowllscli. Salwe. Nlemrowllsrh Salwe Hii'lr III Hi k W tile Hlaci. I P K4 P KS P U4 P 0114 Kt gut g - Kts H gi hip P lis II Kl PXP bUhl. Kt Bid t 'asiles 11 OS git ii g ir.1 11 K IllKI g iis l Kl Kit Bl P- WM.1 P -K4f R-K2 I 4$ IllP Pill K Kt K B B K w gs i'xo hilt K KS PxH II IIS Healgns i p g4 1 P KSa 4 P WHS IKt Bl t h gso T PXP I Castles HP gKi4 111 II Kill 11 Kilt' IJ IllKI IS Kl g2 14 Kl BS 14 g- K2 MB g. 17 Kl Kl 18 gK K 11 BlB IS II Ktt 24 lis HP 21 II Klttf 2 I! K it it ki 2t 11 KtS 2U Hilt SO gxP si p giu 32 II 114 SS H Bl Si St B OS S7 IllKI St K B SUP KH4 20 b - g4 B g2 loi SielnlU's move. played against Rublnaieln ln a nrexious round. Mctnowiiacn not being convinced of Its Inferiority (In PxP at onee la prvfrrsble trl if 11 Kt- BS, then 12. KllR (di If 11 B -Bl. then IS. w III rh. P KH: I 14. BxP ch. PiB: It gxP ch. K Kl: It BlB Ob, Klin 17 g nn cn. sic. lei If U B Kt4. then II. B gt. g its. It Bill, gill: 17 Ki KtS. g us: is Ii Kir. If 24 Klxll. then 21. g KM, K Kt: 2. HxP. Kl Bl 27 w Hs. Kt HI; 21. I Bt, dls ch.. Ac. I0i The remainder Is played by Memsnwlisrh In hla well known forrlble and correct alylr. ruao-gANN opbnimo. Splelmann. H'ttle 1 P Kl 1 P--04 I Kt WHS 4 KtxP 9 Kt Ktl I P KH4 a ic'iOP Hums Blurt. P OB3 P 04 PXP Kt K 111 P KH4 P Kt Splelmsnn. Ultras. Iftee. Block. 11 R Ot Kt- Kid g-K,1 Kl KII 11 Kl BS rhsPxKI HOxKlcb K HI 1.1 B 114 Q Kor 21 It K V -ix v KxR P KU KHl tv R KKt P Bt PlP PXP IT Oxgcb ll R uT cb 21 Rilt M HiKi M " rh P RiBP R KKt IIP KKtl It R Rt n K 4f I W Kl rh nig gi II II Kit P KKtl O 114 rh 11 B 411 O B) II H Kl OKI -431 II Kt KtrhitPxKt IS QlP B BS ItB Kl R Hit 17 I l( I QS BlB lift Kt KKt IT RXP PlP B - Bl IS Tallies onOk I- RS it nxr ana wins M Q Bt ch tt KS ox) Tempted by th Irregular opening, Spiel- Mecblne I'hsles H'ttle It ii. 1 P OB4 P K3 2 H Kl P 4JB4a .1 Kt Will Kl gits 4 Kt HS P KKt.1 .'. p g. PxP ohtll' H KHl 7 KKt Kit C K4r a i' U4 P gits u PxH PxKi in II H4 PxP 11 Mil' It H4d 12 Castle I OKI4 Balw. Mart. P Kt b at p gt Kt- -OB3J BiKlt PxP Kt-Kt Si--afB.1r Kt -Kivt RPxKt KI-KBS Cattle 3 P -KBS P-0B4 Kl -TIS mean mad. this secrWos, which I. probsbly att sound. (M Plausible, but not the best defence. (el The attack Is worth ths piece now. It) If B4J3, white Would double rooks, and eventually gain the two Isolated pawns. in A pretty Anal stroke, which decides the game (ft The bsdnsss of ths Initial rook's move shows Itself now. fl Pvr If 4n tlx It. then 41. Ft- fit. 4c. grass rswN oraaiNO Mem r I, Memro wltsch mart P Kkt4 It K P It4 I' H.'i PXP gxKP Kilt K hi K K2 133 K II K 1(2 0 Itsm K II g K4 K Kt g gn h Notlewl. tftire I P 04 1 Kt ddll I P 114 4 Kl HI BPaP tP KKtl 7 II Kl? a Castles II It K.I in u Ql II Kt K.1 11 PlKt 1 PIKI it on q ij ItxP I. V 17 llxlt 1 llxlt rh It H g cb '."i ki gt '.'I gil'rh 3! g H4 ch ?.tg 1'4 P OK 14 2.i it gnu 2t KttH ch witxeh Mack. 1 fl p gbt Kt gHi KPxP Kt HI B Kl P Kills Kt KKt.1 P n.i gKtxKt litxlt H OKt.lr g Kit Bntlewl. it nut 17 B U7 1 P K4 B8 II P Kt.U PxP II ItxP 32 Pi 81 III 14 g It Ux 07 rh xBch 7 eh 57 g gs ch is g 117 ch su g n i n 40 K 1121 ii g 41 g 117 ch 3XP 41UXP xll tig i inch XH i44P Kta K It li 4A u KU H.l 4t g 1 17 rh h n K 47 p hi? ch gap K r i. gxg rh c.i h 11.1 t cn nxg PX K in h gu Ml K Ktl K w.i n K i.ii M K 11.1 K bl .VI I' Kit Itrslgns I'XKt (ill Necessary, because of H KKl.V or th equsll) unptenssnt Kt h 1.1 si the opportune niunient (hi Inxoblng sn imfavnrshle pawn nimltlon In the rentre. which cannol be cor reel on principle. in II II 114 would ha r produred an uiir otn fortsble pressure, snd proLsnlv retarded white's attack. The text move la useless on the lace of It. as ihe gP could mil be asvrd til) I'rom this pntiit anward while gels the best of II Me plays with rrmsiknble forr-lght and preclxlon. in Tbe weakness of black's bishop move Is evident now. (,'. Chiefly to prevent R g fi i'he only move. If II Kts. then obviously Qti, it) (iood sgsln. If. plsuslhly. 2.1 It K. then it. g K4 wins (it The bishop's move Is now feasible, for If 2t gxB. then 2S gxKt. A () Indtrectly guarding Ihe Kb hrrsttse If 2t gxP. then so H H. oh in The KP still eaniuit be taken. ib This move Is necessary to prevent blark's QxKP. with drawing chances si obviously. 40 g H4 would have gben more chances than the text DOVt, after which white wins esslly. rnoti.axt ao. its Bt I'Ht CHR ItTXNSF.N. U plecsa. Illsrli m m mm m m u m Site ft.iSUft h m m s ! m ! in m. l White -a pieces White to plsy snd mate In three move. ptoai.KM no. It., bt a raits Black -t pieces m m m m m aflat , an $ b m-mm : m wm m m is m m m m m mm Willie 1 ptecrs. Whit to play sad inste In two moves. SO! CTIOM TO PROII.BH NO 19.1 l P b:.Kt g2.s,P liaig.,c. IP 117. hi Kill I. P Klftcli. Ac. SOI.I'TION TO PKO.I.BH SO IM BT PR BO Mill 1 g Kii. 4V- Correct xulutlon lo both these problems re. eelved from 'A de K. Ttbn.ge, i.im: :n. V. J i it Barrett, urn i.isnd. Coan.; C it ocononr. kloiitcialr. N .i : Norman Perry. Kr,'nkbn. N Y. Hr W, II Hldrr. Dai.bur) . onn : H, H .'..nn ...i.. N'orwslk. cunn; It Stsrt, BriMiklyu, ft, V : Krd lilurk. NVx Virk rlt, Juseph lirsit ley. Mldgewood. N J ; I lederh-U It. Taylor. Ilro-.klyn. N. V Additional correct solution received to No. Iff from John loMidwin. New l urk city. CORBBaPON UP.N'CB . J. b Kldgrwood. .1. Your solutions did not reai h 1 nr. !tl'M. OI'B COBBBapOVDBKI a TOI'BNRT. Clnly very few section winners '! v, a -.1 ,! Ihelr addrensrs lai week. However. 'I I1B BPN will prim ihr pairing urxt wceu. stating which .er-tfun w inn. r will have to p.. against Ihe i iu.it of the other sertli.n. aud 1 w ill then lie up to l lie section winners to xi Into loncll w I ih llielr ad-ver-arle. for i. i i being able lo derent I Itiisndra for second " I place ,,. . . linring the past three veara of racing to HUH. la Br Opened a I anal, but II Hill , ualHv for the cup u yacht only has to take latok tjrTettler. part in one-half as many racea a the yacht n. an l..i aiL...i u. , mi . 1 "'.king the greater,! number of atarta Thi The M Nicholas Skaling Hink will be htUI worked to Ihe disadvantage or some of opened as usual for winter sports lln com- i the rucera and has produced hard feeling lug season and preparallon are already- ; the class Probably before next season being made by .he coll.giale , earns and SJtttfX " Ihe alhltlic club for their hotkey lounia- i All five or the sloops are from the designs inents. It waa feared at one time that tha . of George Owen, and all were built by llodg fluhter would keep Ihe link for the winter dou Broa.. a! Kaal Hoothbay. Me. iimaudra and thai Ihere would be no place to wllnes Ihe atlrring hockey malchea. The Twen tieth Century Club leased tha building at Ihe close of last season, but it Is said that its venture wa no! a BUOOaaBful one finan cially and lhat the lease will term'nale on October 24 and the building be put in shape a! once for skating. Nince laat year tne arena nn been re- t decorated and many change have lieen ! made. The roof ba s t.een painted brown and the girder and other ironwork ure coated with green The efl e, I Is pleasing. The scaling arrangemeni of tha building too have been chuuged. The weal gallery was formerly used for boxes and It waa onlv in the front row that any view could be had of the game. Now seals have been built in tiers so that a good view- of the whole rink can be had from any par! of Ilia! gnl- itlnm!ui .'alen aet" .u,,rver'a, C This makes Hie lobby rttbar small, but enables tho placing of taata at the end I ?' JW . 41klWL?L? I nromaniila i ihe Aniiiletir League will remtiin as it was last year The clubs will ba Hie ( res cent Athletic linb, champions New on. Athletic Club, St Nicholas Nkatiiig (lob ami the Hockey Club of New York. iiiee MUM will have teams. The Wanderers Hockey club ia In the organization, hut ii Is verv doubtful if it will huve u team ou the Ice. Club Cocktails A BOTTLED DEUGHT .sirs ply ttratn Mrtxwntftj Ut, ant seres. The original bottled cocktail. no substitute. Ifoftlni (ntn Ds.ei unit Ifantogan (tpkf.lrn taMI art Uu mo popular. At aU good dtafcrt. p. heuiuih a aao Bole Prop.. artfard Nsw Turk Loadon aWtS-5 ?tBal JaL m jBj HARTIHI I HEWS OP THE YACHTSMEN LLOYIt'S HARBOR ATTRACTIVE FOR WEE KEMPS. Oeean Racing to Be Popular Neat Beason --Talk at Another Ocean 4 ontrst - neoord. of this ai Raters Hhain rank San IMacaHaaalalu Rao. The htndictp yacht and many other, lined to make weak end trlu to Lloyd's ! Harbor and many will oontinuc to do an until It la too cold for aaillnv It wan no I 1 1 f 1 1 ! i ni tn 1 1 ii thill ritirltaa that anMink.tr t.i 1 find a hundred yacht, of til aort and aire , . , . , . aiudiorcd In Iba oay harbor on Saturday Hirernoon ami nunnny morning. I neir owner would swim nnd have fun on shore, I have their meal and then get UBdtf wav Isometlinn In the afternoon and anil to their : home port Onoe each Hummer these .llr.lteek In An additional i.il.e will ue i to be an niiing In marine eervice for en vukttwM ir,ii...r ut I Jea.fl ii., I.,., r.. ' given In the II meter elaaa numnU. ti,a iroifl ! uine of the type described in the oauer. I tha ........ i idaAshatta isi .i.i. ...... . i... ' I fenal attracted c ouidembly mora than a i hundred yachts, which had sailed from New I Kochelle, the New York Athletic ( bib, th Huguenot Vacht ;lub, the llaiiein Vacht (iuh and several other organization nt I thl end of Ihe Hound. The New Km lu be Rtrtl had a race lo the bake and It wa won ' bv the splndriM of the Albany Vacht t lull, j with the Muakegat. owned by C. W. Volt, i aecond. and Flleen. owned by W H.t'reevey, ! rlu. . I 'I Im uittllnv iiuu. u uu I., I.' II .. ...i. i. t. ....;.'.....' ucaer ...m.o.u w,,.. ... ,.. ..araaon .lr Victory aecond I here were water sport nt Lloyd's Harbor, ti A llragdun I of th Harlem Vacht club offered a nrlaa I for a rowing race, which was won by ClaraOOt hrau. withHianley Wilde aeoond and C, A Marsland tlfh-d Mis l.uoille Krau. W'ou the wotnen'M raoe V. d Myrlck offered a cup for a foot race, and hi the final heat Charles Pearnn and .lohn ( ashen ran together and both fell, t'aihen wa the flatt to get to hi (eel and he won There were manv other events and prle were offered by the yachtsmen which were o altractlve that every event waa well contented. This year ocean racing lias been verv popular Home year ago the big echooner. used to .all over the long course for auch trophies aa tha cape May and Urenton'a Rati challenge cup, but of lata yearn these long racea did not attract, and although the enpa were att ill In competition no ont challenged. Then the owner of small yacht, revived the sport and rare to Bermuda and along the coast for many miles were very popular. Thl year the tailing racea for small boata failed to at tract, while those of tha larger craft tilled well, and there promises to lie a revival in the oottn racing for large vaatelt. One of the boat events of the season win Ihe race of the Katttrn Vacht Club from New London to Marhlehead. for which commodore F. I ewia Clark offered a prle Thl race attracted aever.l of the beat of I be racing yachta. Including tha Elena. Km. ha n trees. I ml Irs and Kmerald. It wa won by the Klena and waa such a fine conleat that it will be repeated next season and will probably hsv more entries thau it did this year The race wan a grand one. Km weather favored tht racer from start to finish and the Klena in the L'fki mile al!d averaged more than 10 nautical mile an hour Toward the end of the seasou there were the race for the Ureufon Heef cup and the ape May cup, in which the contest ants were the thre masted schooner. Atlantic and Karlna. The Knrlna won the Hrenton Reef cup and thai vessel trill defend it falntl anv challenger next year. The At lantic won the Cap Mav pup and Wilson Marshall has returned the trophv to the club, so that next year It will be an open event and likely to attract a good fleet of fine vessel The Karlna will surely be a atarter, a Hubert K Tod built Ihe yacht for ocean racing and wishes to Mall hla yacht over long courses a. often as po.lble There lias been some talk uf arranging another race acrosa Ihe Ailantli: The last nm waa ailtd ill liar, and aome yaiiitamon think that it is time for another Mr Tod I will'iitr to start the henna und all thai I necessary I for ome ,iub to offer a gooJ i pric und other yaohtanttn would enter I hair vessels for tho long voyage Tho Atlantic Vaobt Club tried to artange a raoo from Hie other able to Bandy Hook and President laft agreed to stand sponsor for the cup, but ocean racing from east to west would be a long .lob. a the prevailing winds in the vsi ting seaauu a from the west and It would mean windward work nearly the whole wav across Kive vacht sailed in the .11 rater class m Kietern waters this season Ihe last race ,a aileii on September it, and bv w inning iiuu eveni me i.ipron up this rear goes to nana, owneu nv i.eorgv L,ee nils how- ;cver. was brought about through Ann. ret . aud Wianno in Htm, Amoral In ltio and i Halla thl vest Ho little Improvement In the speed of the boat has beenaccompliaheil from year to rear that tha older i.u, I alwavs have had a good chance of winning I i bis haa been the salvation oi the class, for in no race dm ing the season could the win ner be picked at th start. I ne standing for th Upton cup folium's .Slorr. 11 a IT . t Totol pwrll. I1.5SS a.tts lu.ttis s.ow 4 ISO ( Holla 1 Imandra. A mors I s c oaara.. VI ianno TH I 72o' IM7 til 1:1 , In ihe racing throughout the summer Including the open races and the . bit) ovent ,,r the Corinthian and Bolton rachi i 1 1 1 1 is , tho showing is almosl the same Kverv one of llie live boat, with the e. ff?K 2 lSTi ! V2Stf" 'rinxi?H Ixw Fhf l5?il! ' . llf1 ?, , 1 l,nl",r "' '" Bihar Tn S. Ihe racing record or Ra,. n..i a it should be , .msldeied lha! lln-sloop, 'w-hn h in owned by n Portland vacht sman practically only look pan In the rudng ol Mnrhlehcud midsummer week Tho full season's record is Saua- Timan- hatr Atnorrt. Itaha. tiara, dra. H mnno Mav SO I. urn Sou June s i Kin itu bine 10 1.1 1 mai .740 ;ju June 17 '.'So 7Sll I. MM 6ou bill 1 IMI 1 i.m BIU .Slkl 'JIM Inly 4 1 UU July 4 I (im '"b. luuu n ) 16 .'nil' ttt I IBM .91.1 July M ta; 1 mi 11 Any i I OOu vki ISj an Aug.. . . . SU 1 I.M aui IMI ?MI tug iu Mm :& 1 mm 750 Aug 10 lai uu 7So 1 taxi . . Aug. 11 5l.i 7511 ,fi 1 UU Aug II 4MI 1 MM MM CM ?MI Aug. IV 1 MM 5IM St. I St. I IIM Aug. 17 ,., Aug U . I MM ail Bat Aug M ISM 1 MX) tug. If.., Jim ttt 1 MM Aug. 30 Itl 1 MM 1.X1 Hi lit J SAI I MM 1X.X Meut. II.,..., att 1 mm ia Tulala It taj 17 Ml 5 XM 7 fVI 7 741 Per cent ais .-m 5i nt oit K.x-t'oinniodore Alonzo Jtaaup of th Han Diego Yacht club returned from Kng lalid recently While abroad he wax the guest of Sir I human I.lptou on the Kl He saiu sir 1 homos would cuter a yacht In ihe yacht race Irom Han Diego lo Honolulu, which Is to be purl of Ihe nelebratione In con nection with Hi opening of the i'auama Canal Iu 1UI4 or 11115. Mr. .leeaup said "When 1 went over I supposed I waa an Kngllshman -having been born In Knglumi - but I had not been long iu the Knglish atmosphere when 1 discovered that I was a Yankee in customs and manners. "Sir I hum as feels very kindly toward the American people, exhibiting with pride tha loving cup given him while iu this country. He alto keep a ecrapbeok coin talning all tha cartoont and stories appear ing in American paper with reference to hla attempts at winning tbe International cup. Kir Thoma Is conalderlng a visit to California this fall. He haa promised In that event to com to Han Diego. 'warning Mr. .lesson that his entertainment should i he of a character suited to hi autere nu- , I ure. I Trotted for a statement in regard to his I entering a boat in the Nan Diego to Honlulu i raro. Sir Thomaa pondered deeply a moment ' and than laid: 'Tht pottlblllty of getting iiuu run i-cinc mrouin your new caaai ap- pealt to me and I will seriously consider anterlnir when the canal la HinaheO ' "Whan asked about making another at tempt to lift tha America cup he taid: I fitn willing to spend my ltd dollar in build ng boatt To win that racelf there i a chance But tha rulea of tht New York tacht flub make It an impoeelblllty for ma to build in r ngland a boat stanch enough to weather the Atlantic without endangering life and light enough to compete with your home built boats The competing boata miiat cross the uoean on their own bottom I .have Inst two men and I dou'l propose to pbto more.'" The vacht racea In connection with tha Olympic, gamea at Stockholm will be held on July n, 21 and 'J2. IBI1. over oatiraaa a' Nyaantmn. Tha entries clone exactly one HlnllUl l lfnP I lift first I Mi P I lie interna - '". 1 '" taa or wnirn raoaawiil t.e given late I.', 10. ,s and t meters. I he ni.xlunim BtimMr of ya-ht allowed from each iw nun in men cius win oa two vessel 1 ne prizes will be the gold, ivr iind bronze I Olympic medals mill the French vee to I I lie imi.i. ,,r tlie x tin riu H merer yacht I the present holder of this vase being f, ' I "1 1 mplc iiieilal Instead of tho silver gilt I Olympic medal to the nunc or leading hand cylinder appeared to be If horse power, of the winning vacht iiie following are ' Prof J, II. Hllca said be had made a cotn the general regulutlon or the vacht race paiiaon of an oil engine Inslallallon wllh n I he i,i. c will be belli miller ihe inter- I oil flied Inrbiiie eoitlpinent In u torpedoboai ..-.j i , i . - , I imiioiini IWC1IIH Ullll ineusureineni 1 llie. , Ihe lielmsuiaii und even- member of the crew of la Oh yacht iiiusl Im- an nmateur. In each class then- will be two rar e, with J the follow big method of ncoring. first plac eorials 7 iioliit MMasd i itu. . i. i ... iini . I Ihlrd plaiv eipial I poUit. ami If ntetpatarV, : an extra lace between vacht with the sanie I number of point. The programme and i tutther regulation for the International I week, a well aa for the Olvnmlc vacht rai w . tamU bv andu lie SbUlKed from Kimgl. Hvenska Hegel Hnllakapet. Htookholm, to which address all Inquiries tnd entries, Ac , with regard to tho yacht racing ehould lie directed 4.1 the annual meeting Of the Independent Jraont and Boat Club held recently report fur tilt year showing the club to be In good llnaticial condition were read. Thelreae urcr's report allowed receipts of I1,l4.t7. dibtiraement 11.171 to. balance on hand t:i; ni The election of officer resulted a follows' Commodore I buries H. Mott vice-commodore, William II. Wells rear commodore. Thomas A Chesebrough: sec retary. Hertrand Conklln: treasurer. W. Benedict Warner: trustee. William II Wells, Clarence Abrain. .lohn V. Hartl, H V Clarke and Henry (1. Simpson (lent captain, Henry I, Hruah. MOTOR BOATIXO. Unlet of Measurement lo lie Revised This Winter. The motor boat legislators will have loll of work to do this winter. Owuers of motor boat who are fond of taking part In races are very much ditaatialled with the present rule, of measurement and classification and they are agitating for a change in tha rule. Kor the racing man pure and simple perhaps tha rule aa It stands Is all right because it tnablea a man who want to spend lota of mones on a racing craft to get a boat built for apeed only and the role allows the angina builder to use a motor of high power without paving penalty for It, but outside the speed classes tha rule natd aome attention There 1 a da.t of boat, which ha. btcotna very popular. It It called clgsa A and In If are such boat, aa tha Peter Pan I V , F.ditli II.. Vita. 1. 1, Hire. Jr., Hree e K.lmtr L. II. and others that ara very fast for their si.e. An Idea of tha tpeed and reliability of the. boat. wa. (ot in the recent race from Sew York to Poughkeepait and return Four of these boats went th is: statute mil In such close company that they were sepa rated by seconds at Poughkaepsie and 4 minute so second separated the four at the finish These boats ara rated under the present rule of the American Power Boat j Association, which takes Into ronmlei at urn dlsplacenicn! and power of motor. The boats, Whlob are about twenty feet In length, cost Homewtiere in the neighborhood of 4,iaui each and their owner have bad lots of fun with them because they are good not oulv for ra'iug but for afternoon out ing The Peter Pau IV ia a very able little craft and even when being driven at high spend Is a very dry boat, ao that those ou board do not gel wet from the flying tpray As long a the models of thee boat were eomewht similar, for originally In this class all were displacement boat, they were evenly matched and one was auCOBBBflll as orten as another. Now tbe hydroplane ha upset everything. It has been demon e'raU'd Hia! ihe hydroplane j the spsedies! model al developed. It is also a fairly safe hia! if pro parly balanced, and some hydroplanr. sip h as the Hug. formerly the Hael, have been verv successful. The Bug is only li fee' on Hi water Hue She can carry Iw'o person but she Jumps about on the water so that It Is not comrorlalde lo take passage on her. In her rew races the Bug has verv much upse! !hi popular .lass Slia I only II fee! long aud while she ha shon! Hie en me horse-jMiwer as the other boals hor raiing is so low !hs! ah, win races even if she doe not come Iu first. She is verv fast too, and twice at li tinting! on she Mm shed ahead of ! he other In her lass. UlWO Ihe advent of the Bug the other owners have, tried the plane. 1! ha. been demoualrated tha! if un owner wishe to have a displacement boat and one in which he aud his friends can enjoy iheinselve. ou fair afternoons he i annul take part iu tne races unless he 1 content to be beaten every nine he slart by one of Ihe hydro- plane aim so owner ui insae iioal ha. a started au agitation to have the rule so amended thai the hyilroplaue will not b so hauaflted by the measurement rule, aud will have to pay Borne peually which will put them ou an euualuy with the dis- placeiueut boat it ha been suggested that the class be divided or that all classes be divided and i tie nyaiopiane race logeitier and t lie displacement boats keep by themselves. Such au alTsnaeinent would ba iron, I r..r both tpes, bul some rule will have tu he devised under which they can meet in one I class ou inoia equal lerma. Perhap one ' way of do ing this would be to pui a larger premium ou uispiuccniaui. wnun would I belli the illBplu. emenl boa! und make Hie sklmuiiug dish, as Ih hydroplane really ! '" "y 14 Pt)6aTt ror ii lack or dispiao. i uo'.'it . W Baa Han tuggeta tOO tnt.1 Ihe motor boat men follow the nxuiuple of uie sailing yuclitsmcn nnd Compel every owner lo I1111I1I ut the top of cuiii class und so do away W'th tunc ullowuuce. Huoh a rule wouiil mve ilesiirueis and bnilileiM ho- ..r latitude Una miubt elect to have a bur luuu with big power, ahlle another might have a small craft with small powur. ami each rating the suigu Ihey would meet ou c.i'ii terms. It Is veiy llkaly this winter lhat several onu design classes will be bulll and raced next season Owners can get together select llielr own tvpe of boat ami urrango I heir own rules, us is dope, with 1 bo sailing yacht lha cruising luv1 rule is also lo come 111 101 some aiteiuioii. aim ueioro the ue.it luting season ends a cnilnHr will be dellned more carefully than It It .tusf now. There ure Home boats racing In the cruiser Planar! won 11 aie lean, seioi-epeeu IMIUIS, UUt pe- cauaa they huve a small spuce, whlih is . ulled a cabin, iu which there muv bo two folding berths, and because Ihwv carry a stuull stove ou which coffee can' be made Ihev are cruisers, but ihey are dttml with high powered uiolois and easily run away from bouts Ihut uie miners iii the stru t sense of Ihe word The utlentiou of ihoae who uie leudc is in th sport has beu railed to technical violations of the rule and tiefore next easun Hit. American Power 11. mi Asaoclutiou will be asked to revise MM rule relating to cruisers, and il Is pos sible that power will lie limited in some way to displacement, so that bouts of n certain sire inuv not have more than h limited iiuu, nnt of power with. mi paving a severe penalty. Home of those who own fusl boats will Htreuiioualv object to such ulmnges in the rule, bul If the sport is to grow men who uie willing to build legiti mate crulsera must be protected, and tnev easily oiiluuinber those who will sacrifice am thing lor speed by nunc than four to one. The outlook for building thl winter la exceedingly bright. Dealnger are busy with plans for new bout and many of the large yard have bid ou lots of work. I sn ally men who want boat for the next season will post pone giving their order until late In the season with th result that May come mound and the boat I not nearly finished und it is late when any use ran be had out of the new vessel. I nose yachtaemn who place their order early get their boats early and enjoy them from tht opening of the aeaaon. The Electric Launch Company 1 to start a new Idea of yacht building and follow In a measure the builders of automobiles It to have stock boata of various size and apeed and a man who wants a boat of certain apeed an go to thl Arm and purchase one out of stock I hese boata are lo be from fifteen to forty milee an hour. The Klco model are well known and the work la high class The boatt of this concern have been very I aucnaatfiil thlt ataton and if tha new hydro- i pisuxw wnion ia duiix on ina inousi oi lax vug i Is aa trig a success a the little boat Is the Elco boat will win many raoea next year Tha principle of the Bug. which I different froa anv other hvilrntiUn Itifl lieeo IkatAntSMl tha crude oil engine hat attracted much attention recently and many engineers think it will eventually be ao perfected that it will take the place of the gasolene motor. A paper on "i rude (HI Marine Knglne. ' by Jama. H. Hoaantbal, which waa read at tha recent British Association meeting, waa confined to engine whlob might ba suiiablo for large craft to work entirely with crude oil of a high flash point. Tht author believed thai auch engines were poaatble generally In the larger power only If they were reversible, and the paper therefore referred to two types which were representative of their kind, el.: lit Those in which the engines were single acting and the oil was Ignltad by meana of a heated chamber or hot pot, and ui those In which the Plesel evele of combustion wa used and the burning or combiiHtloii of (lie fuel wa enecteu iiy air compneU In the cyl OI William White said that there would seem lie noted that the large! power lu a single i.. .1 r r. ... umiiujn. . ei.n, .., i,i hi tonn displacement anil from 11,100 lo I li.(. horae-iiower it would be ncoeary I ou the basl of the figure In the paper to i have forty-five cylinder of in inches dia-me lei bv I'.'i.t inch stroke. . lini i n iseu i ne question of liolae. end If was Interesting to Imiutrn what life would la? like on n ship with forty-five cylinder Mr Rosenthal in replying on me discussion sniu ne utu not uenieve mat any nixsirxHsi ovn.uua.iyx. engine would ever supplant the steam engine on large warship or liner. MIT IV texxis tdossii: An Kxperfs Neore of an Internal lonal Match and What It rthotxs. International .porting matehe of tuv kiud usually bring to light Home of the reul scientific point of spoil, und Ihe recent Davii cup contest between England und America proved no exception to the rule iii the currant issue of rtntrrfraB .mm Tennis there Is a box score of the Lamed DIxoU match which gives almost every thing and would be valuable In a dally newspaper provided the reporter bad lime enough to study the stroke analysl and the compositors had at least a week to set up the matter. Thl I430PS glvea Ihe sets, points, aces, time of play for each set. games won on service, garnet lost on ser vice, total number of points served, foot fault, double fault-- ace on service, sees in play down tho Hide line cross court -net, uuta and a table of the bark and fore band strokes, including smashes, lob, volleys, half volly tnd ground strokes Along wllh compiling these figures ihe author, (ieorge 1. Koran, says tha! a eervice ace ia thai on which tha itrlker fails to get any part of his racipiet on the ball served other eiperta in other part of tha world are of the opinion that a service are Is one In which the striker fall to return aero the net. though he might raarlt It with hi rac ialist. Koran takes exception to Tun Si s n tables of double fault, and on that and other thing say: I see no reason why we should limit the word 'ace' to ace on seri ne and then coin the word 'placement' to cover aces iu actual play. 11 seems to me that the sin gle word 'aces' I sufficient for both cues: Iu fad : tin i it simplifies matter. 1 have also found that oficntimes It I very questionable whether to i all a point an e or not. i hat is a piaver lost' suc ceed in geii ing his raoqUtt on Hie ball with no chance of returning It. At other timet, i however, an apparently iuiioilie return will be returned surely, and acaa of thi character ought Only be recorded bv very efBclcBI and known scorer und to avoid anv MiH'stiou of this kind I did not record an ace il the opposing plain touched it wllh his racipiet Mil Undoubtedly reaiicat the number of aces I recorded by several points ut leas! three. "I am nulla pu.llhe thai I have the full number ol double fault recorded, but 1 nut, , both the Flmrl aud 1'UK BUN liav e a Iu i gar I number, aud as 1 explained to vou this is not aliaolutely impossible, for lha reusou that I was not In position where I ould see th sen n a ball dropped In the soiilli court. I! 1 unite possible lha! tin. receiver might have returned the bull In duubl and that the linesman may Baya declare, I it a double fault . so I hat I would have scored the re- eivcr s tan ne iusleuil ol a oouble laull ami Thai tticiH iiuii t,e a couple ol null 1 t i hmve iloivu a nets tor the reieiler wbiih should lie double lanlls lor Hie server. I , a! lelt halfback und hi partner will prob UUattlon thlt vary ntucn, however ably b.' Harris, whous shown ability in he 1 am lie rat tire was en decrees- ihe couiis run iiorih ami south there was absolutely 110 wind, flags and t! reamers hanging atratght down aha entire match was played thiough a heavy mist, at times uliuos! amount ing for a lew minutes to a slight preclpitat ion and eulTh ieutli niolal lo aoall the ground thoroughl'. und remlei Ihe balls wet and heavy after a few returns and slid clan! to handicap l.urned ,iiite severely The sun did not appear at anv time during the whole afternoon. Hie light being perfect and without favoring cither piaver It is of Interest to note thai while the total points scored by l.urned were 15.",, as against 117 by Dixon. Dlxou played a eefe game In ovary respect, reli iug principally upon getting the ball back and allowing I .aine.l to settle the point with the hope that he would drive Into the net or out This s shown bv the fa. 1 that burned settled 1t5 of the points as ngaiuat 147 settled by Dixon but de. lu.iing the double faults Lamed settled m: points In plav a' ngulnst l'7 bv Dixon, or lamed settled per cent, more points than Dixon. 'tiiother special feature I that Lamed amasiid twelve balls at the net, .coring nine aces and losing three point-. Dixon made no attempt to smash, .Imply returning safely balls which any of our American plavers would have attempted to amaah 'Another feature of some Interest Is the shortness of the games upon Lamed' ser vice, both Iu points and total strokes for games won anil lost as well as total games "Some ol the spectator's and newspaper reporter seem to consider Dixon's service superior tn l.aroed's Tbe detail shows unite differently, tlf the total number of poinin served I. anted hud 7.17 per cent gooil first serves as ugaitist ns per cent for Dixon 01 the second balls served I unied ei ed a; g per eui good balls, while. Di on erwd n.i a percent. Thl takes thedoiible. faults Into account also. "Willi regard to the serves, however considering the nuiulier of good serves nnd in im leer of same relumed, Dixon relumed 7.'. 7 percent or I.srucd's first strvet, while 1 unied ret urnud bul la par cent Of Dixon t first serves On ihe second service, bow ever, Dixon i ei ii i ued but 74 I per cent, ol I l.ained's servee. wliile l.ttined relumed I 7; 7 nar cent or Dixon's erve In uiltll Hon fo Ihjt, Lamed scored but three iloublo faults, where Dixon scored lo. ami ir is of additional Interest fo note Hist I allied hsd but one 'lei' serve duriug the unit h, while. Dixon had 14 " Although Koran admits he 001 Id not see the south court lie I positive Ihut his table Is correct und ol course all the others wrong. His total ot double raulls lor the inuii'li U III for Dixon and :t for l.r,rne,l while int. St n had for Dixon and s for I l.arnod II would lie interliiig to know inter what head torall lllllfllt lilace iIiimm net cold Htrokes of I. allied, and there were no lens than six in the lust att. and oue happened a' u moment when it looked all nay for l.urned one ol the uewspaner men suggested calling il a "fluke ace ' lull u nearby spectator thought that a Provi dence uce would be still better, but aa both would be too new Ihey were lelt out alto gether. In the second set. when Dlxou gave Ida gtund display, Lurued made a shut which would ueed some definition, especially over the way Di.xoti received it After u couple of exchange Lamed made a low drop volley, and Dixon, seeing ouicklv that he oould not return it, hopped tlie hall against the ground and took it awav in his hand Maybe after all It was a placement ahol for Lamed Then again time and time again Dixon mad some forehand drive which were effective Ho had a most deliberate method of executing these strokes, as he waited for the ballHIl it bounced well Iii the air. when with a stiff arm he drove hard and got tho forue of his shoulder into the atroke at Ihe same time. As it has la-en claimed that Dlxou never smashed, and there being no heading under which drive can be tallied In Ihe new score. It might not lie u bad Idea to state that this particular stroke ol the englishman might be a placed ace. Hardly could It be expected that the daily newspaper men could snore the match correctly. There waa no official scorer and the voice of the umpire being weak Ihe reportert had to he their own umpires scorers and everything else that went toward regulating the figure of tho play. Home very grotesipie cablegrams reached the Old World about th reaulta of the Davis cup matches. Th flrtt ont giving the ac count nf th single matchea on the Satur day had It that Newport, ft. I., waa tha scene of Ihe conflict. A cable on th laat day stated: "A. H. Lowe, facing Arnold, America', .inglra champion, also acorerl hia only point In tha second set. tho score In this rase reading f I, I -a, T -, a I." W onder who is Arnold? JHTERSCHOLASTIC SPORT LATER STABT rOB FOOTBALL THIS SEASOX. Nqtta da Are fietiint lata Shape for Be tar da s Uamet Da Witt Union Hat Plenty of Malarial - Paly Prep and l.ra.nus 4 hange Their Caaessat. Tht tcholastio football season atarta later than usual tins fall through a com bination of in urn nin e- Moat of tha manager were Inritirad tn set thatr flrtt game for October 7 because yesterday atlll wa rlcptemher, which sound a little, early for school gridiron work. The warm weather which prevailed for the last twa ier on rneir nituiiun nn franuy iroasinio with little more than drilling in the ela- menial and blackboard practice In for mation and algnal In general there appear to be no lack of tnthtialatm for the game If the interest lie Judged by tha number of recruit who have been answer- ..,,. r.,r . .. .l I I,, i ... The ,.,i.,a ' '0ll for candidate Ihe sipiada conseiiuenllv are large and that make tha weeding out process a difficult one. . The private school are just opening their door af'er the summer vacation, and although they start practice promptly they necessarily will he a little behind tha public schools in whipping their taama ntn shape I he work of the roachea in turning out Hie eleven i made ttr than il was lut eaHon I nun the fact thai the rules are practically utu hanged. It mean that nearly all he player who ara to make up the team nre well versed in the st vie of plav winch la called for and that the coaches can gel right down to the Job of teaching the k how to handle the ball and then to work together in some sort of fahloii. (.nines scheduled yeterday were con tired practical I y to the Poly Prep-Commer-rltl contest at Coniinoroiul t-keld and th I scrimmage between Sttivvesnnl and Curti Int Crotona Kield. ihe former I to be regarded the more important but neither can be regarded HertotiHly in sizing up tha records of the team af the end of the season . h'ootbiill in the public high Hcbools con liiiue under the Hupervlou of tho high tchool gamea committee and all tha schedules have to be eubmitted In that bodv for approval With that exception the authority of the cOKOnlltaa 1 not likely to lie actively enforced with the exception that the rules adopted last year regulating tha game still will be carried out. De Witt ( Hilton's first game ia on October 12 with I rasmus Hall. Nine contests have been arranged, ullof which sound interest - 1 ing A sufficient number of lust year's B'litad Is on tba field to make the outlook a very encouraging one. bast fall lie Witt Clinton was una of Ihe team which finished at Ihe lop Willi such a complicated record Ihni il wa almoat impossible to select the flrsi one The following piaver ratnoln from Inst year Moore, left half back: Mul. sv. guard: Davis, lackle, (.reen herg. cantra: While, tackle, and Harris aud Zrller. who were substitutes. Davis is the punter and in a game whein so much depetids upon the booting lie may have a great ileal lo do Willi the record which the teafn nuu.es Davis was not a remarkable ptintar last rail, bill he wan reliable and a good lineman The scrimmage line should be a solid one with (Iroanbarg a' centre, Makay and Zeller us guards and Davis at tackle. There it mains to be found a secoial tackle for the , right wing of the line, but thai I pot giving I eoncarn, inasmuch a n number of i , . . .... . , . tho new men give promise at lha! place, The loss of both ends, and they were good I ones, would be serious il It were not for Ihe fact Ilia! here is sufficient maierlal In shape out two more to take their places. Znrley, Kogalla, I ilppman and Zltnma are being tried on! for the extremities. HI tbe ,i pi i mi's for uuarlerbai k Newman oaoil lo have the inosl promise Ha ha g! en ex Idanct of a ipilckness and execullx a ability which have pleased Ihe coaches. Thai are Ooiug their lies! to give him a good grasp of i lie si lulegic niile of ihe game und with nearly two week in which to iresire for the first DOntBBl there Is no fei, c ,,ri I but score Xioore win piny again llaving back of the line. The weakest itoMitioti now is fullback anil the hardest effort will be concentrated m trying to Iind a player who can bolster that point. There are possibilities I.i Davis for the place and if may be nooriaary to taka him from th line anil fill his posit ion with a new man. of the lads who are putting on a uniform for the met time Hawley, I 'it-Ids. Sharped. I'roctor. Haluge, Dobie, Shea. McCarthy luid De Castro make a good appearance. The first eleven, which Is a tentative one, averages 111 111 pounds, which is he... y for a school team. The schedule: October 11. i.rssmua Hall 111 PronUlyn: 20, Rarrlnger It. S. at Newark; It, buys tilth In Maahaltao. N'uveniher 4 Curds H. S st H'aten Iflanit; 7. Commercial H. B. In HrooMyn: II. siuyvesant ll. B. In Manhattan: is. Morris It. S In Manhattan; 15, Hufchtng 11 . Hi hi Manhattan: So. commerce In Manbaiiau. Krasmn Hall has a new coach and haa abandoned lor this year at least the custom or calling on llie (acuity to till thl position. I d Donnelly, an old college player who haa hud much experience ill bundling scholaatlo teams, has been engaged W. II. Johnston i faculty manager and Martin Lewis la again student manager. Sixty rerruite appeared for the rlrat practice and they are receiving a thorough trying out. Don nelly haa promised that none of them will be rejected before he bas had a fair trial. A very strong framework of experienced placers is available upon which to build the team, lit me, the giaut tackle, it cap tain. II will be recalled that he scored many a touchdown by hurling hia huge bull, ovor the line at a critical moment, of lust t ear's team are on hand also Hep hart Hrierlv. Mcdlvuey, rloth. Palmer. (Ian aud Armstrong, ihev are so dis tributed iu th back-field that there should be no particularly weak spots. A brother of Humble, the ipiarterback who placed last year. Is on the auuad and appears to have a good chance of making a place Other new men who are giving a notable account of themselves are Weber, Urorn, Schuffei , Matthews, Kennedy, Kld rldge, Hrush and Itushaher. Poly Prep will be met aa usual on Tbanka giving Day und Hov' High ison . he schedule for November ', These are the games: October 7, Wain Hall .1 libit Mown: 14. ttt win i union at ilawthotne livid: II, Commercial Bt Cointuerrlsl I Ielil: 2s. Commerce. 1 Polo IJranaot or Amerlcsu League Park. November 7. Hoys' High i Saratoga Park: 11, SI IVler's I'ren si .lernev Cily. IS. Manual Train lug nt Saratoga Hark: ?3. Adrlphl Academy at Haw .lu.iiic I leal. m. Poly Prep at Hawthorne Piatt, Newtown High Hcliool will have no team this vear A nervy Hide sijiiad of players is going through the paces at Hrooklyn College. I hev are putting a snap and earnestness in the practice, which promisee well for the team when it is selected. Of the laat eleven Pour MoNulty, tirif Carey .left Korke and tlregory are buck in good form. They are certain to lie on the first team and the other positions will b filled from tbe following: O'hrieii, Sharp. Deh.hanti Hem. Met, rune. Uannin. Kelly, Donnelly, booth. McKenna, Could, Cleyry Allen, I in vis. Malone, .lovoe. Sheehy, lirlffin Hrophy and Deglinee. Joseph (iuuningnttii Is manager ud Yin cent Korke captain The schedule: (Iciuhcr 7. open: 14. game pending: 11. St Peier s Prep at Jersey City; !s. Yunkrra H. S. la Brooklyn. November 4. I'ordham Prep at f'ordhatn: 11, Mount Yernou H. S. af Mount Yvrnuu: la, gsme uendlni. li, Manual Training Iu Hrooklyn: tn, Commercial In Brooklyn. Another change In coaches has been made tt Poly Prep Tommy Thompson, the burly Cornell guard who ha had charge of the team for aeveral yeara, is at Ithaca helping to get the Comedians Into shape. Ill place will be tilled by Slegrlst and Mul veiiull. hiegrit la a former Poly Prep Kd Amherat player and assisted i'hoinpaon it year. Mulverhill ia an old Poly phxyer. The outlook for the team is considered bright with a number of the vetern in harness They ars Kleinert. lileaeon. Ra Tenhatl and Nostrand Frank Hnner and Jimmy (liven of the aecoud teom are mak ing good for the first string. Wulflng and Llsiecke are making a good appearance aud there it much possibility particularly lp Ut former, who is one of the falat of the souau Signal practice and acrlmmtge begsn laat week. The schedule September an. Commercial at Commercial Field. CVnK., 7 U.rV.,,.1 NrhCO Bt I'O V K Clli II Meniehvtr IrwUay at M. midair. .. Holbraok . , , ,, . , , rxnvemner t. Msnusi ir.inm. . p.if..'jh ta Boys' High la Brooklyn 15. K.aat Orange at l ast Orange: fit. Kreainui Hall In ltixxol. .