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THE SUN, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1911.
IN THE FOOTBALL WORLD BARVARO MEN LEAKS LESSONS OF BATES GAME. gnuriTimri. liardner Out of thr l.imr far vtcok I sual Monday Hi for tale Atr.lt Men, WHIIr Princeton Hal Hsrdctt Practice of thr Hranon. f.rtt". . Mass. Afrt. .- Harvard man were out os the Held less thn ' , , ,0 day. the head cnaor, glv,,,,, hem 1 , :nr le.-nne a' me macsnoarn ann going ( , - I h lessons taught by tlia Hate game j a i l in 'ho stadium the backs, linemen and ucrc -eparnted Into then respective fOliP 1,1 iMWl'lWManiJ cuacneii. irnoiii- i,.n C'ornett, who will have charge of the kgckf ll I amhrldge Ihi year. was IB tha Deiil fol 'he firm time He i ml special at rgfttiofl lo 'he kicker and epent n lot of time giih Mi.holland. the drop kicker whose ! num.: has Dean even lienor iiihii nan tel'en ' Reynolds, the sturdiest hack on Iai.' vrtr freshman team, who was ex pected lo hep coach Ihe Ini omlitK claaa erven. .mined Ihi) vaiRity tiad tn-day a , , indldate He alio la a flrat cla punter 7',,;.- was no scrimmage and only a few B lautaa ol elgnal drill. In Illla the vurnily line wa the anie aa in 'he taWBd period uf Saturday 'a came, but lat.iphall was at right hallback. Wiggles worth laat season's quarterback, waa In tho laid uaM and had charge of tha regular, lie will get into the scrimmage to-morrow and very likely will ba etarted la the Holy I'roatt gam. i.arrlner. one of the Tareity quarterbneka last (all. hurt hia leg in tha game on hntur dty and will not play for a weak. The var sity tra'Ding table waa started to-day, ail teen men being chosen for the regular diet. All the old varsity placers are on tha Hat. i.trdioer. the tackle, being tha only man at tha table, who ha Joined tha varsity (quad from laat yaar'a freshmen Niw Hatbk. Conn.. Oct. 2 -Following the roller of earing tha man adopted by tha coicbee thle year, tha Tale vanity men who tterted the game against Holy Croea 6arurdar rested to-day and Warren waa tha only ene tn tha varsity lineup. Ha waa at left tackle and It waa eald that for tha prec ast Perry, who ahowad up wall againat Hot Croat, would be at taveklo on tho varsity pending the return of Paul to the game. Tbe aecood team lined up againat tho third for a twenty minute eortmmsge with a oon tantly changing lineup, which etarted aa fellow. Avm . Utt and: Tooillaaoo. left tackle; Parker. left nard: Oeoney. centre; Ootid, right guard; Warren, right tackle: Blakeale. right ead; Merrrltt. uuaierbaclr. Church, left halfback. Spalding, rlrbr halfback; Andrraon. fullback. There was only one aoore made In the uimmage That waa by Eddie Freeman, who la playing right halfback on the third team He broke through the second team' line for the touchdown. Tbe second team waa unable to aoore, though most of the man on It got into the game laat Saturday for a time. Walter Camp. Jr., who hurt hia back about a week ago. was at the field In football toga to-day, but be did not get into the game. None of tbe other cripplee. Gallauer, Head or Paul or Ms r r ing, waa able to get Into the game Tb" work of the week will be given over to developing the forward paaa, which proved a failure in Saturday 'a game. PitisrETON. N. ,T.. Oct. J. A scrimmage lasting over an hour, with onlv four inter n'jislon. made the Tiger' football practice this afternoon the longeat and hardest uf the season l.Ach team had two periods of offensive work and two when they were ,.ent continually on the defence. Particular attention was given to-day to 'he forward paa. and both vanity and ' rub elevens uaed the play frequently, i he greater aucceaa. however, waa attained by the scrubs. Hamtdond'a paeaing waa a feature of the practice Time and again he I eld the hall waiting for hi opportunity und then hot It off quickly and accurate! , utt a the oppoelug ends apparently had I ,rn covered. l'he Hrst team showed a slight Improve ment on the offence, and the hacks handled ' ie ball better than IMUau, but the defence of the line was weak indeed, and the scrubs ere able to gain plenty of trround w hen 'hey had poeeeion of the I ill At the !oae of the scrimmage the honora stood -Mint even, the scrub having neored two c hdowne tn a touchdown and a Held goal !"r the varsity. Dewltt wa the tnont con--i-tent ground gainer for the flrat team, a ' hough Pendleton and Sawyer got away Or one or two long rune, and hie work In Una plunging wa decidedly an Improve n.ent Brown, who played tackle on the ' trtlty laat year, waa In the scrimmage this rC'ernoon for the first time and appeared to i ave lost none of his ability. The coaching faff was also augmented by the presence of A ldison Kelly. rawford, '05, and Uua brown, 'OS. I'biladblfiiu, Oct. 3. In view of tha critical situation which face the Penn sylvania coaches and players thla week i ' h Smith put hia squad through a long urawn out signal practice thla afternoon, followed by a grilling scrimmage Jour det. the veteran end of laat year, who has leen on the elok list tha last two weeks, appeared in tog. Pour other additions ere t harlle Wharton, the former Kple- ; in Academy tar. Hack McGowan. formerly of the Now York A. BVl L. B. Bcbo fehi and C. H. Corcoran. While new playa ere being tried out by the varsity Hutohie Bcott, the i hki nuarterbaok, put the acnib through a singal drill. New playa featured the scrimmage and through consistent : of the forward pas and wide end run the varsity waa able lo acore almoat at will. 1 he work of running the team waa taken from the shoulder of (apt Mercer and riven to Mind, who showed good judgment he cuolce of play and clerernoa In handling the forward paas. WftT Point, Oct. 2 The field waa too WSI mid slippery to-day for the roachea to 'lte cr,Rpre on a airimmage, hut thev ten! the men through a long igtial drill lie formation were run off smooth Ic and the "rlp weather emed to put more nap inio the player. In an attempt to fill the g inrd position left vacant bv Weir' iraduatlon the ooachaa are experimenting with -liifting Arnold from eutre to guard a04 .-ing Wulmelev and Sibert for the ntra Walmsley r laved guard In good 'vle last eeaaon and no doubt will make a "ronK i andldate for centre, provided he ' an imt rove on hia passing, which is ragged r,'l resulted in a number of fumbles. Hug ton us in at left guard to-dav and Prltchard, Plsbe, wa tried at quarterback He ran IBs ream In good shape and got tbe plays r" HUH kly. For the barkfleld two gootl " -n dre ueveioiung in noon ana potior fjsld both of whom are new men thla year, BUI have had footiiall esperlem e Askasoms, Oct. 2 The scrimmage at ' Naval Academy thl afternoon wa the 'i.ht j rid hardest which ha yet taken p ace, a number of the men who are posl '- for the line being pitted against ' .it.c, and WpratBa desperately to w in i t regularly, tlig Howe, the jio r i 'apdidaie for guard, wga fougbl hard H ill a n uch lighter man, who repeat ' : rnk rliiough and tai'Kled. Rimer. r. the .'her nde of centre made a good and Hrown, last aon'a strong I doing Jtiat as wall at tackle Cnpt. i'. d rested thla af tat noon, nla place being - f'oUlne. a new man The woik ream be gradually stiffened thl . - f it It will he m good shape for I'sning game against -fohtm Hopiiin 1 1. Mi irday' " . N Y Opt. '.' -Cornell football vat rhiff d from Perec t-'ield. in li" v. Hi y, f Alumni iT' Ki high up on th rhis sftertiOOII The showing of -' tut 1 in. rh"0 against Colgate was ' ifact .r and a lot of tlm was sr.enf tn ; I." 4 ' ; noon drilling th-m on the defsnoi re of Reed o'ltotirke hsd ehai haras i (h' work. Munais ol last year's fresh ma . nd Ma!" were worked out 111 th '1' lineup, while WHII.srron itgnln I and he retired from the gnnie Anotlirr . lr ncUl" new arrival a a a lend whose woe!, has oaueed considerable ;r.d I'.ucrd o. tackle who was on ths ,-riiiinienl Is Hill Howe, who as In the crew isd S 'vere.l years ao. hut waslBCiuad last vear ' , g. , out fnr football here before. The rest of the line Is gradually working 1 ths best varsity mui who could into shape. Paul pulled a tendon and hns . i" m1 irday neeauaa or minor hut ts "-di gams Among thm were " mpiilgn. :ht p.ckl. and Hsnklnt. "hi halfback .1 8 whys, ths varaity Wat nut for th" first funs in a week. I '1 Roiirko waa not allowed to play much 1 I "i sn (irmnn gave w at ton, I il good ut l"ft end In Sat'irdav's ; h u rough drilling in breaking in-! till rence and blocking , !!.!. UMtrrtWV, Mn . Oct. !.- Coin h 1 " 'he Willivn varsity a hard drill I frernoifi in offensive play, directing 1 ' It' m'i in to the Line men and to getting -il- l'l 1 tike udvnntage of openings ile he th lins tie dsmintcd I cnnstABtly kpt c-iPlna for mire V-sgle, left bai k. mule serenii big II 1 charging tbe line witb lota of power and being fast in all of hia playa. Ton- ' alder.bls tlmr waa given to kicking goale from tha Ald from drop or placement. Vaagle and Michael doing the booting for I me varsity ana itogers lor the scrubs Both tram were coached earefultv In break ing through on these plars and several times the scrubs blocked the kb ks The practice waa frequently interrupted bv the coach to repeat plays After the scrim mage the hack were drilled in receiving punt and running them hack. AMnraer, Ma Oct. Dolts' sst isflrd w itn Saturday honing and the brilliant Placing of Card. Mndden lli.ei.ni nnH "mere. osrn navage g,ive a light ihy i w"rK. " "'nwrl men iii-imv l lie work ol M MffH SSMM was awfully weak. So nartb nlnr tr,.i tn ! the coming week Is to he laid at this point ngTo '.hrrhoV,''!;?;:;:1, m1?..: ! xealed a snappier siurlt t ant Madden was relieved of drill, n w is Haumann, both because of poor condition Connelly. '1.1. ; iippeareaon the rielrl for Hie (lr-r time ami will hulKter the hack Held with his speed and ntrength Ills work In III Harvard game last year before ha contrat'ted Water on the knee was of a high ordr HANnvtR, N H.i tut 1, For tho tints being Coach t avsnauBh Ics found a r-a 1 1 - - factory cotnhlnation for Ihe I mi t mouth . team. At any rate for th Oral nnie In u , week the varsity lined up Ci" same a it ; did on the previous da Ip the Mm.sachusr tts : Aggie game Couch fill mull look the line- men" in charge in the preliminary work,, and putting the light again! the left side' of the tine gav" them H Mi!T dill! in OnCfl i ive tatttlo Mi'i,iiluli touch llankcrt i Inatructcd the hacks, nihinlv in Interfer- ence work when runniiik' baoM ptlBta, I he varelty were then sent tlnough a long eig nal practice iii whit h IBglt) new plays anil ! vaiiou foj-ward puss formation were tried Most of the afternoon was given over to a hard scriinmaee hetween the second and third teams Thtaa played for nlino! IhraS-tlUartl rs of an hour, hut neither scored. Ihe second slrlnt nv n lined up MarROSfUl, left end tirifltn, left tackle, Sennett, left guaitl; Dunbar, centre. I arniim. right giinrd, Ulflehart, right tackle, Haye. right etid. WlnahlPi (iiurter back, Ambrose left halfback I 'ana, tight halfback. Loudon, fullback. Herman P. oicott, the old Vn!e All-Ameri-oan centre, coach of the N"W York I til veralty football team for the coming sen eon, waa on Ohio Held yesterday for the first time Thirty-five candidate were put and these he put through a hard pre liminary practice before lining the scrubs up against the varsity In the scrimmage that followed everi new play were tried out, one ot tn moi successful peing a (m tackle plunge through right guard n thle play Thompson, the new tackle rom the School of Commerce, keeping close to inn line, roimwa mxoii tnrnugn a hots mads between rtg,ht guard and centre In another play of tins kind Nixon, faking a paaa to Tnompeon, plunges through the same hole, rorwaed passe und nnside kleka were tried, but owing to the inability Of tho line to hold the scrubs otit they were not a very great ucc. Although craw ford waa out the coach did not ue him during th early part of practice, but tent In aa ends Bettcher and Outohsr on the varsity and Coleman on the scrub Neither Henneberger nor Mackay wa out yester day. Their place were taken by Holm. 13. and .ayas. It. Mipdleton, Conn , Oct. ! -Wesleyan's M to 0 victory over the Connecticut Aggies on Saturday was most gratifying to the supporters of the cardinal and Ilia, k ( apt. Mitchell's withdrawal from the team for the remainder o! the reason, owing to an Injury to hi knee is a handicap to the team. Murphy is showing up well at Mitchell' old place at .entre and will firobably cinch that Durling, a Brnok yn, N. Y'.. boy. Is to captain the eleven for the remainder of Ihe season Pur ling prepared at Williston and ha played two year at left tackle. His wcisint and experience are very belpful on the line and hi selection Is regarded a n wise one Bacon, Wesleyan's crack quartSrbai k ami punter, who recovered from appendicitis several weeks since, is out in togs now and will probably play In the gamo next Saturday againat AmhcMt at Amherst. 8otTH BaTBLBRIU, Pa. Oct. 2-Work to bring the Lehigh team up one peg higher In the gradual development scheme of ( oacn Helter Was iegun to-day. Ihe tlrst frart of the practice waa spent by flofjohss tetter and Straus pointing out to the ntsn the solution of the weak spot develop cd Saturday. Rudimentary practlcs with the linemen working against the true king machine and the bar k tackling the dummy was followed by a light scrimmage Bur k uell will be Lehigh's next opponent and the l,ewlAhurgers are com eded to Ire a hurd lot Lehigh' first hard luck came to-day In the form of the annouie etnont that Ma -fair and Woods had been culled home W oods I the star Men Sraburg half Pack and second iiasemiin on the baseball team May fair is from llllston ACMSm) and a rock luiseLall i ah tier CtSLISLI, Pi . Oct 2. Not one of tlie i a r lisle Indian football i lnvers was Injured in Saturday's iiiiiiii airauiet DIoklllSOQ'S ele en, although the ifanie was strenuous for earlv aeaaon Itidian Uoacta War&sr critkfttd both his line ami baokfiald i lay- 1 era for indifference and inability tu DIOOK 1 1 lie line iiiuusion sou iuiin 'ii 1 unrKinii, As a result an altered Hue on the varsity Indian eleven fared the reserves this eve nine and was hanfed from time to time throughout the short scrttnmaire Which succeeded s lengthy slanal praoOcs. Ihe Indians ran throuch the whole cumut of fundamentals after school and received a snort talk on the Dicklusnu game from Warner. Thorpe, Robert and Powell tried punting and dropping goals with good success YALE WEAK IX OP FX PLAY. Coacbet Determined to Remedy This Dr. feet of Fostball Turn. Vaw Htvs.v. Oct 2. -The scrimmages of the Tale fontl.all team so far this year have proved tint Yale's weakest point lies in failure to use the open style of play with In the Weslevsn came and in the scrim- I mages as well Yale has tried again and again to use the forward paw. ami just at often as a pass is attempted it is inter cepted. In the tVesleyan game lieilly from left halfback tried to send the iu.ll to the ends The Wrslevan line was not what . ii,, .i, k. mtmUZl .i . could be called fast, but ths visitors had no trouble each time In Inteici pting the at- tempted pass and breaking up the plav. In that same Yale also tried once to use the L iT i. i.v.J. .,. onslds kick without sucoes While the natural tiling foraloto dO might be to abandon the Attempt at an open game, wliu li wis never ripiivrd of great valun here, the coaches instead have determined to go ahead and try to develop a team which nan play the open game. If Yale Is to depend on the forwnid puss during Ihe present season the team is In deed fortunate in having good material for ends to rsoslvs the ball Douglas Ho meltler played in the Weeleyati game for three periods without exerting himself to any degree, bur the gameshowed that be Oan be pretty sure that his knee will not go back on him No I DS got around Ins end. but ho seemed to lack tier desire to play aggressively His brother, hddic Homeis ler, e.'ho was in a few mUlUtet, played n slashing cams. He is not as heavy us his brother and Devor went out lor the team I iHdore. but h is picking up know l"di;e of way w'bloh surprises tbe ! loolball : ooaobea, I But aside from tlirt Uomeislers thre nre good ends Walter Camp. Jr . is playing I a much better gums this vear than ever i befort Th it be S Hi not be a Hi st end i ns'i I seems riuit'' prol i".". but h" should g I Ills lett-'r hfot tii" season is over c...n:p is not h"nw and c loo till for his w. nht to make a fast mil, but h" is gritty and plaj -hard, rsmTttdlng one of lor y llainrs But in fJaTlauer Yale has r nrst i-i.-is. enrl rush The varsity will not be able in "i. him for several days bees se of on in- iurv which ca to liiiii in the tint runic of the' season ln : Wednesday, As toot) MoOevltt kicked of! (lallauer was on his his way down lie field alter the Wcsleynn iio.ii niitl tin kled Inni. so that there was i. ' ! Sain. HUt when thry pulled ths men Off thr neap n s. rllscovercd t lint 111 making ths tuckle flailaller had hrolun tils linger 1 temnorarllv hern replaced by warren. , bid as soon as the reguliii man is well ,ig; in ! ha will have his pisco Hack At left rgcl.ls theie i no room fr-i in" one except Hon who placed 1 ,e position there last year Francis's nlnvnig i guard has been fclr and his kicking trill sie hlci 11 plnce on the team even if he shmildn t DS as stu ng as some of the other men He is (h must accurate goal kicker 1 b-' h is had in s great msne yeara snd ihen rapt. Mown wants some one .0 send t ie pigskin ner from placement or after a tout lidown I;' glwavj pailg en Francis. Ifepevlti 'it tlie ottu r pesitlr n of gunid s nlavina aasli, In 'he eentcal for tha two guard positions t'niii 1 blids of the track team is noi to he passed ever, rl 11 his letter la; enr antj lias baau playing vvr bard this sear. PTIDDPUT ODiiDTIUP f flOGID LUKKbN 1 OrUK 1 lWu uUbdlr wsaimaii, a MnJ vvmwis AMATEIR RACE MEETINGS TO THRIVE THIS FALL. port Knjoytng Increased Popularity llceatie of Hunt Committee I run) Army Otncera Knthnaiaatic John MrUran'a Lack of sentiment . j Although there i an he no racing on the Jocko ( luh's track this fall because the Legislature has failed to repeal the dlrei - tors' liatrtlitv law. nintn- hoiit meetinira promoted by amateur turfmen have been - " - - anaBi Por. .. Paotoa, rroas-COUBtr fBClBt and ontests on the tlai with expert gentlemen riders or army ofllcsr In 'he SgddlS have grown SXtrsmsly popular wherever It ! imssihle lo conduct them Ihe fget that the Onv Srnmsril bus tai.n an Interest luthelbreed- int: of thorouthbroda hn actad ns stimu- lanl to the men who have spetii time mid money in promoting, this onco onormous Industry oni) to sec it dwlndta t i tnparaa lively nothing IsscaUsS of Wllle-prcad lllitl- rn'ing leglnlatlon I lac riding has he. . one a Md in iheottv- airv r.nd arilllsry brani hes f in lo lm,J 1 iiirn uet'ttUM f horveniftnehlp ut n en w ho een ritonttl Jooke.fl ft'' the chencee to ditple) these hunt meetlne ride profiM ln rt'iiHiiiar tn nunbenii i While in d ie time they will he utile tn pilot army thoroUShbradl iih swift of fuel aa 1 the racers batonalna tn profaaslonal lurf" ' man. Ihe QUftllty uf the hor.ses that t'ORI ! pete at these iiniittpnr meeta hus IntpfOVftd 1 tn n marked dearce mice the r loslnl of the I ra-';,mr "" HTO, v ""V" I attract mora entrlst .rf known merit i, I w 1 . nsw.i t. nil" Nllir 111, " 1 1 - lllllM I ', liarifed by pnrne of ihe amateur promotan tr cover the nmnimt of the purses htiSf rip for COmpaltUoHi other mSStlnfft are ai ranccd at tho IXpenas of npcrtsmrt'. who delight In hnreeracInK and do not careabont derivlnu psCUAlary irain Amateur racinir has eidentlv come to stay. It i eucmiraaed and controllsd hy the hnnt COBUnlttaaof the National Steeple- chase and Hunt Association, coupoaad of Charlas K Harrison, Jr., of Maryland, chairman; Fletcher Harper of New York, vice-chairman , Frank J Kryan of New York, secretary .lames W. nraves of Virginia, William II, Kerr of Pennsylvania, t harles Ftlrer of Nea- Jersey, Joaeph Y. Harden of New F.ngland, II K I'age of New York, A. Henry Higtttnson of Doeton and Joseph F. Widener of I'hlladelphia. Nearly fifty hunt .lulis are enrolled and next year there will he many additions to the list. Cood spott has heen enioyed at private racecourses all the way from Hoston to Savannah and M fsr vest as I leveland The fall campaign now Is under full head way and Important futures have heen ar ranged until the drat week In November. JoSSph F. VYidener. whose horses are racing ; in France, will hold the usual meet at his ; private track. I lkins Park, I'a , on Thurs day Seven races will be run. and friends of the turt are cordially invited to attend free of charge Luncheon will he provided ! for everybody and the I entral Railroad of New Jersey lian arranged to hnve the io Mt A. M tram from West Twenty-third street stop at the track On Friday the rices will he run at lAcu8t Y'alley. I,. 1., under the aUaptCSS of the Piping Hock Horse I Show. The Rose 1 ree Fox Hunting Club will hold a two dayt session at Mediu. Pa , on Octo I her 12 and If, wven races the first day and I six the second, iusiuding steeplechases and events nn the Mat I he t, teat: Ni ck Hacing j Assm iat ion has a day's sport a. heduled for I Great Nock, 1 I , on Octobsr 21. Ihe 1 mted Hunts RacLsg Association follows with the annual fall maHIn, at the ni.i. ntflcsnt Bslmont Park lerniTnal course on I Octobsr M and Novsmbsr 4. each date faii- I Ing on Saturday As usual there will ho I events fnr army officers and tloverurneut (Owned thoroughbreds, while the oross 1 country rftCSS will probably attract the best juniriers in t mining. Tie amateur season i will wind up at the same course on Novein ! ls?r 7. when th' Meadow HrooU steeplechase , iiaaoclatton holds forth. In view or lbs auc ; icss .t all the me, : mgs bald this ysftt it has I been suggested that inuro events of this kunl can tie arranged next year Inci dentally it is worthy of note that so -called I racstrack gamb.ing is practically unlieani , ot a'. Hiuateui lace meets. John McOraw i orsdltsd with making at close tange, but th- youngst, r gave him pany. which tn March. 1910. aoquirad the obangsi In ths Personnel of the Ulrats in opportunity, seven or the ten rounds pot from Jamee, A. Peering. Apparently tn dssaaon that enabled the tatam to become ;,. , ,i (,,i.,.r three were , , , . ' a factor in tbe tight ror the pennant with-! w'nt '" A"""r" """r '"" "ere thu comer has Iwn Inst rumen tal in earn OUt a word ol warning he gut rid of Al Hi id- I asB ing nianv commiseions for hmkera. Yes- nllrt mlkP 5onlin Boston, and put Arthu who were traded to urUsvllnonthsbenoh.lK.-i, ihsMrn csme on in the second round 1'iacing llerog on third liase and rlstclsir In short field, he Ittcrssssd the siieed In the Inllcid and also strengthened the team at the t ... ' and In base stealing. In making iliese changes Mctiraw showed no senti ment. Kridwell and Hevlln. old friends and assoi lates of the t Hants' manager, were shelved hecauae they had slowed up. liun lin, once a popular Idol, was allowed to go he. arise there was no room for him In the outtleld other managers might have hesitated before dismissing old favorites w ith hardly a day's notice, but Mcllraw saw u chance to put the (iianis m the race; and he minped at It Kiirthsrmore the leader of the New Yorks is receiving praise for his loyalty to Kred Merkle and Rutss Maniiiard. When these men were Inissasautly ridiculed Mi l, raw did not turn them down lie told them to pay no attention to adverse criti cism but trr keep on trying to do their level best. Itecnuse he has possessed courage enough to carry out his own ideas Mctiraw has convinced the basehall public that fear Baa management counts in Ihe loug run "They tell me the Giant will beat the Athletics bsoausa Catcher Thomas cannot stop their base stealing, " says Jimmy Cal lahan of ths White Sox "In order to get a ahuncc to steal the t Hants must get on the bases tfist In my opinion rrn-r will find i t'mli ' V 'i',',"1 v ,",m'''" ' "'"J. "ender. I iromlis iitid I'lank faoe them Ihe ser ea wh tl , ubl to my satisfaction ; lliat (he (.Hints are not unusually strong I with the bat and that a catch, i like Archer j oan stop their pilfering. I nomas is Mack's best oatobsr and the way he threw out the ( m ,,. (,,;d's sei us last fall i. roved that he couldn't lie trltled with. Thomas ' has bsSD thiowing to bases this year in t- rer wts trn ... nr. , , srvssii.ii than ever and unless I am wrong h stop the limits as easily as hi" stopped the Cutis, l'he Ituletloa ore tho best bitters, in either major league Depend upon It that they will Hud a way to solve Mnthewson and Maruuard. ll Meyers can break up their hit ami run fame I'll bu very much surprised. Hugs Raymond has been placed on the Vow v'ork urn ineligible Hat. He can t plav ball in any or the organized leagues. Because of his foolishness he has lost a ohanpe to Share the woild's series money, anion may amount to S,000 per man llay mond is said to have repented, but It's a Mile bet that lie New yors 0IU0 will never try blm again Although he hsj sign' d a three yeurs cotitraer villi th' ( l"v, lutid 0:11b, Harry 1 1 11 is ol ths ttblctios is limited us saying thai h would welcome n releaae from the engagement. (Irorare .ctovall. th" present ,v ii ;k 1 or th" dev.. hinds, has reoelved so nun li praise Irom ITevelwtd ens that I rn vis boiiov.i hn may expcrleno1! trouble in th" I'm st 1 in il Ii I ssumi s Hi" reins Stovall llis last moment may Is' retained, it is hi on ted, in which event pavlt will be al low '-d to uo ils. ffbers If SUOh proves to p.. ttK' ease it wouldit't br surprising f I in vis t mk hold ol th Hivhlandera for 1012. Ii 1, bellevd ths.' I'rfSiuanl r'arrsfl would sign Pavla 11. ii . 'i' ' if lie l.itlt r could s cure Ins c I. e from ih" 1 irvclond counsel. peit Ksyaa ol ihls city and Tommy flinty, tl.e Scranti ' light eei;l,t. are maiclieil to bog 'en rounds ol ikS poundi in 'lie ring oi the twentieth tentury A (. to-night. I aliens ol i.ig liSlleve H is sliiir will prove n nuinmer, us ine men ate strong and ri nged HUd both 1 an punch I his w ill he cue 's riii appearance in this city, and 11, order to r.ike Hie niegsiira of Keyea he will he compelled to snow tlrit clots skill. Charley While will referee new ll (Xing I I'lh under 'he name of th has been organized vei:ay mil A and the Murray iim Lyceum m Vast Thirty in E I limn si reel pas been ic.-iseij for one year, hilly Heche, H.e well 11 own referee, will officiate hi the ilcg and inai.e the matches. 1,11 Rosg, preside, ii ot ihe Madison A C, which leopens in 1 '.e Harlem Hlver t oslno Ui-jnoriOS nigh' irh One Round Mogan and -lack llormsil Ihs star performers, sues Oi"' popillai' priios v III prevail Ihe eTub tuiia .1 seating ' Ipaelty of .'..',on and Bosg Intends lo 1 arer to 1 eisypg r ho do not care to pai big 1 1 ' ne' iharjrv White, whose ,.i . ii es are 111 deintiti 1, sill pr rbably ref ere the !' ''en 1 ' rrman afiair t.eo: re Ptrah, xl'i c it all con era. id ile i end! " alt 1 1 1 rev n s -' 1 11 ;. t ... . 1 ""I : iuai.u IdJ pOlltlUa ut ess i-cen kneeklng a. sle .lack ) rnlrg e'pl.l I f ( 11 I'll II. lit 0 lit'ett Tsvfhi v-ihlrd ' , : I-" HI 'i ed ro n.j ruMakiti h.'h win SKIWT APARTMENTS. ABOVE 14TH fT.. WMSt stinK NEW APARTHENT3 JUST FINISHED OREGON 54th St. & 7th Ave. 12 Story Fireproof Housekeeping Apartments Only a Few Choice Apartments Left 5 and 6 Rooms. $1,200-$ 1,600 per annum Open Evening". Renting Agent on Premises or OlBM at KIKIll. A(.KMH, I03l BT. AMI liRUADWAV. I kIvo him a ten pound i Htrpe in tho nrrnTrh. dvanteire when he i hitftrer Htenly, tin K,nffiiii Imntnin I ehsinploAi H'snte to bos Johnny Coulon in t liondon i ouleti ssyn ht tn not an scroen I the Atlantic hecsMse Hteliley in-j!HiH upon t mm ;t 3 nVlnok. Thr 1 liariili hiititHin limit 1 'mi Ion. w ht a ill resume lninir t hi? monl h dettiarea that the neat its win no for any I I'hllilenuer lift lllnside. the tecnirnied I bantam Itinll in tins country, if Htanlsy is ! InnkitiK for a matrh with liinmv Walafa I" Host. .11 rue Intter will 0 to England lemly to boll at lis rnik'sldiv KKNTVCM liiARXLss MKHTISO, rark Trtiltera and Maoers tit Hare at I.exInKton. i.i xivr.ToN. Kv . Oct. I.- Mi is in rearll. nM n, ,h Konlrkv Trottlru Hons lireert. its Association track for the opsntnff of tha thirty-ninth annual full mestlna to morrow for ten days. The trrogramtnc is 1 full of interesting events all well filled and I I all of the stars ol the harness horse world jvvill be here to contest for Ihe rich prl es I offered I The programme for the first dav is a very attractive one comprising as It d-es the rich 1 Kentucky Futurity for three-year-old trot-I ters in which such horses as Miss Stokes. ' Margaret Psrrish Atlantic F.xpress, Peter i Thompson. Mauileaf. Ac . are eligible: the Tennessee, for IXA pacers, with Hlack Wig, :"': Major Brlno. C the Limit, 2 04',. Htanham rlaiighman. 24M',: King Cola. I 06 1 . Hal It , Jr . : us. Sir R,,tMk: Princess Hal. 2 17'i. anil Peter the Second, 2 04' ,. are entered, snd a 3 Da class pace Roy Miller, tralnerforthe Kromore Karmi 1 St f'lalrf Mich., has announced that the i fast three. year-old. Justice ltrook 3 us1, , will not be a contender in th rich Futurity this season Ihe son of Harongale and F.xpeetation has been isme since early in the season, anil every effort ,,f his trainer tn get him in eonrtition Tor the great rlassir ' has failed Mr Monre will, hosever, have ! a OOAtsndsr fnr the eovetsa stake in Miss I Htokes, rsosntly prirehased hy him from i i V. K. I), stokes, and it Is the li"lief of horse, i ; men here that the daughter of lVter the 1 ! dreat and 1 H!ie Thompson will have no i ' trouble in landing th prize, though I I..., I tl.Hrlni. . ,. H JiniM 11 l..r... s will msk" a strong hid fur It. the former with Margaret rarrish and the latter Wltn Maurleiit Vet so many surpriSSS have, oecurrsd In this rsc th.it it is always ron i'4'ded to be any horse's raeet and the vietor rs always held as an uncertain uiiantitv I until after three beats have lieen won. In order to lessen the pressure of horses that are to start for records during the' trotting meeting the Kentucky Trotting! H'irse Ttreeders Association gave a record or hreeilers meeting of one day here tills week There were two races carded and DOUt forty-nine horses started for records, I among them being quits a number of I yearlings, both trotters and pacers vovsa ah f. at x wixs. Danrlns; Msstrr Outpoints Ell Mark In Ten Round Fight. Young Aliearn of England, better known as the dancinn master, outpoint. d Kd Mack in a ten round bout at the Urooklyit Beach A 0. last nigkt It was Ahsarn's fight all the way. and the 1 .' I... inn I'.iiiiiui? , ,, o , .- in.- . . . . .1 i .. .i. , i i,,. . poaent's faoe. Ahsanx kept a aafs dUtanos away from his opponent during the mul Msnk aa a aams flshtsr. but hs wasnot in ; khaarn'a class, lie could do much damage The first round ended with an even and after a little foot work he sent one j uaiawm. ine tmyor is one wno se over that damaged Mack's right eye. This , cures the house for investment. The made Mack rather restless for a while, but Heights has been the scene of many in the seventh he gave Miearu a "vly , invotment purchases In the last year, tuts e and the round ended even. . .. J , . . ' shenrn went right afer Mack s injured Probably a dozen large houses have been eve In the eighth and made the claret now In this round he administered some brutal i punishment and Mack, who was unable to retaliate staggered Into his corner, the hell preventing a knockout Mack alto gut I the worst of It In the ninth. In the tenth he t l ...... n..Mtt lllaa m.lnr 1 gained some m.n aim i, ..is,,. ' mmw. but ll was too late and the beat hs could get In this round was an evenlbresk. lAbearn mine out without a mark. .VKW CLASS AT II ING HA W. To Rate as H Boats and Designed by K.ritmann. Heven members of the Mingham Yacht (Tub met laat week and arranged the first steps toward the formation of a new one design class. The most Interesting feature M . l I . , 1. .. ,.l- I. ,. ,11 . r . . ' ZJZ i boat the raisrs w ill be built to the universal rating rule to rate at the top of claas 8 of tho Massachusetts Yacht Hating Aaaoolatlon. A design prepared bv Mai tin 0, F.ristnattn of B. B. Crownlnshield'l OffioS has been selected and shows a very handsome little osntrs board hoat of the approximate sire of an 1 1 foot knockabout, but with finer ends and a larger cabin house of the ty pe first In troduced bv HerreshofT Every effort has been made to produce all speed possible and a boat capable of meeting a keel boat on eunal terme. The general dimensions nre: Length over nil, Js feet, length water line, 17 feet, draught. I feet a inches beam, 7 feet s Inches They will be given a sail spread of 4S0 square feet and will rat" MM, the rating limit of . lass S being 17 The ballast will be all outside, 1,000 pounds Commodore Buriiiird, J. J. Dyer and Francis H Coleman at the meeting were appointed a committee to complete me M-g'Uii.atinn 01 ine class, wiiien ser-us three Hlngham yachtsmen .issin-Cfl lis already have agreed to build If three others . an Ii" se, ured I he chances iavor at least eight boats Such n . lass would do much to foster Hie spoil and should result In independent orders for other 17 i nters in Boston bay. Ihe boats nre nhoin the right sire and should prove inexpensive to keep up, thus making almost an ideal racing class. PEHERSEN THROWS THREE MEX. l orelgn AVrcttlcr tilves t.ootl I xtiltitiloti In Harlem Catlno, .less Terlersen, who claJmi 'lie F.oropenti wreatllng tit lo . gav e a good sxhlbltioo of ihe sport la-it nigh' ni th Harlem Cgal 10 I ile floored bis tbrsa oppobents. His first victim was Philip brief, w hoin I ns downed in catch as caw h can in 4 mlnutet j and :' seconds with a half nelson snd a leg bold In Ihs second bout Pedsrssn beat j ugust Fust, using lirreco-Homan. in a minutes and m seconds. The third and last man. nana i.ennei. lasten 11 minnies aim .10 seconds, for It was impossible for him to get out of the half nelson grip that Pedersen 1, an on nun Ivan om",no? fn,,w',,flourn Bnrare i" . nlnu.es"' oCnV The second fall, downing I. omanoff In 7 niTnutes , . Monte Attell Best. Johnny B.ly. N'rw ORLIANa, La , Oat, 2. Monte Attell ot a close decision over uonnny oaiy or Brooklyn in a f.ght heie to-night Tte Wsll Street edition of TBS Evgnxo gun contains til the unancltl news and ths stock tnd hond Ojuatatlaai 10 the close of the market. Tha rinsing QUOtAUOUs, Inrlurilng the hlit ind atke 1" prlcct w ith a Idillonal ii" t mailer, ore roa lalnc.l alto In Hit night edition ol Tea etekixs SiiA.-.Ha. EjNKCTPAJIITMJEWri A1MIVK 14TH ST.. KMT HIDE. ONE SIXTY-SIX WEST 72nd STREET New York' MMl . tly i umial Hotel Aunrtmrnls j i A t ItOOM. 1 I III It 1 If A KM Ml K.N to Superailrndtllt On prrniKr, rfprrsritlnf BROWN BROS., Inc., Owners and Builders (I RAH I 'JOIII ST.. NstAR HHIIAIIS4V. I2 W. 71 St . StaHnon ft llobbs. I'nnne 71 e c'ol. THE DORILTON i: i Wrt "l.t N, 1 4 'or. Itresdway. A it i dent. 7. . nail Id rooms. itrnts sa.antt to sa.ann. IftClUdlnf r'cctrlc IlKht and refrigeration. t. it. (n ft CO BROADta Y. MTH ST 'Phone, asm Schuyler. ANNP l. BOOKUfT On APPLICATIOM. VERSAILLES PALACE 605-607 W. 113th St. Bit. Broadway and Rlvaralda Brlva Raesptlonally barge sni Attraout ft. 7 and a Room Apartments AIIO VK. IftTH SIT.. F. ANT SJIOR. ! STI'DIO arartment. large room and bath: newly renovated: skylight, all Improvements: HtaadlK, Inquire KB Psst 10th t. APARTTiENT HOTGLsf. HOTEL AEVIIXE. MADISON AY ft STH ST . 1 otters very desirable tribes of any number ot rooms with all modem Improvemenrs. the room, sre of vsrlous slr.es. equipped with large rlosris, are well furnished and well arranged, rooms and suites are rented hy the day, b the season and by ihe year a verv quiet yet central loear Ion, a ppftl Ing particularly to people of rehnement. KtfvYARn Pt'Rl'HAS. Mgr. m m APARTvlKNTS TO LET Ft RMRHED. rST. MCHOIS AV . .110 ilJSth St ,1 -Choice corner, well furnished elevator apartment, au rooms, excellent loestloa; all convenlencet; tll SUDtSt:VSry rrstooahle. Apartment 4.Y THE REAL ESTATE MARKET THE HEIGHTS ATTRACTS AX OTHER INVESTOR. Msrsnsr RntiKht by t nrrvesled Pureoaser for RITS.OOO- Important Fifth Ave. Lease I'lans for thr Kew Freight Terminal In the Dyekman Section. I Yesterday twiug a Jewish holiday and Monday tho real estate market waa not ; active. Less than half a dozen rleals were put through, all of which with one exception affected property of the com I monplacc order. I The sale of tho Saranao apartment I house on YYaahington Height waa the only transaction in which large capital was Involved. It is a six story structure 'covering a plot liiM.llxSe.il feet, at the ' southwest comer of Convent avenue and ' IMat street, and was Mild at a figure said 1 to lie $173,000. I The house was erected by the Saranac ,. m :., i - l , J I s-i y . T eeru'ently sold to the j.reeont seller. rJgar I KUinRer. Ihe Sanuiao Ciimitany took the alts from the Tomahawk Healtv Cum- . A. . . toroay s deal waa put tnrougn nyueorge secured by estate and Individuals who have been looking for something In whloh to invest surplus wealth. The fourteen etory Camolin building. erected by Max Marx and Andrew J., Conniok laat year at the northwest oomer of Fifth avenue and Forty-third street. Is now assured of suooess. When thla structure was put up many ah 00k their heads. They considered the building a "white elephant" because ot its height. It waa several stories above the tallest in the neighborhood, and aa brokers found it hard to rent tipper floors In these buildings they looked at it with muoh misgiving Vesterday the threo upper floor. In the structure were leased by Mark Rafalsky A Co. to Mine Irene, corsetiere, for a long term of years a tan aggregate rental of $2Sn, 000, There now remains less I ban half a floor in the building lo be rented. This goes to show how conditions on Fifth avenue are changing. Only a few years ago 110 1 concern could be induced to settle much above tbe third or fourth floor. Il wnsj I n ouse of out of eight out of mind. This . ngttUftil made Fifth avenue stores very I valiurble. which in turn sent skyward I land values. To pnv for those values builders had to build taller buildings ns the shopper becuma educated to the condition and merchants showed less fea r of going above a certain floor. Mme. Irene occupies the lower part of the building adjoining at MS Fifth avenue, which she secured from the Gunthers some time ngo. She will retain theso premises, as in the past, for the retail branch of her business. The space just i lcsiBed will be used us the wholosalo dc- tmrtmenl. The t arnohn building is , owned try Airs, .angie ,vr , itootn. stlo , iiniiKui 11 ir'irn me nitiMrs, mnrx ana (.011 . nick shortly niter it was completed sub , ject tu n twenty-one year leaso held by ! tlie Harwell Henlty Company on the property. The incorporation of the New York Freight Terminnl Comnny on Hnturday under the 1 ullen Utw, as announced lyMtarday in The BON, will result, it is expocteil. in tha expenditure of between H,000,U0 r an 1 fin DW,000 in developing the several pints in Ihe Dyekman tract into h freight terminal. According to Charles t'.riffith Moaes. r renl es'ato operator end one of the incorporators of the company, the com ptAnjr iilniis to erect a number of roen forcrd oonortta fatrtory buildings eight stories hinh. together with docks, bulk heads and slips, in connection with rail road yards iitid n reilr.iod connection with the vnrious btiildlncs The build ings are to be desipned along scientiflo lines mid nothing will be left undone 1 to assure comfort, health and safety 1 oi the employees and operativea ine terminal will bo the flrat of ita kind on I; NIP-nhu. Ian lalanrl and will connect wiU, the various railroads and ateamship I lines enrerlng. New ork by means of $ti&v an area of M7.000 ; square feot. It will front four blocks on tne ttariem ruver irom una to jiaxtn s' reel The property adjoins Sherman ('reek, which Viae been apoken of favor ably hy the State Barge Canal Terminal Commission ca a site for one of the ter minals for rhe barge c&nil. Real I state Notea. Mra. l.fnni'liam Lawrence it the buyer of th" dwelling at ml Eant Thi.ty-uinth otit ct, the aaic of which by llelcu U. Wag- CITY REAL KeJTATE. When you lend money on Reel Estate be sure that the Ttle to the property Is Insured by this Company. LASERS TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY CAPITAL - - 84,000,000 SURPLUS - - 6,000,000 IUO D road way, New York. 1M MMtacaa Street, Brooklyn. 3TB Favltos Street. Jamaica. Geo. R. Read & Go. REAL so atassaii at. ESTATE a Esst aatii ait. Horace S. Ely & Co. REAL ESTATE, 21 Liberty St. 37 f. 30th St. REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE SI Atreel. REAL ESTATE FOR HALE. KENHEBUNKPORT, MAINE Ft IK v estate, modern conveniences; 23 forest: high elevation; will be told with r dl entire or dl lded. Owner, (JOKHAM N. NOR tTO.N, Law- rence. Mast QlKfM RKAI, EUTATK FOR BALE A HOME WITH WATER FRONT rlfhtt, rltht on l.onr Island Sound; beautiful sandy beach and fine dock for boailDf; la first class neighborhood elegant up to date house, hardwood finish ttle bath; everrtblnt very ele cant, electric lint, (at, tewerace. Ac; M minutes from Ptnn. Station. N. Y ; I blocks from depot; til year home; need money reason for telllnf ; do prettier spot on the North Shore; will accept MOO cash, balance wo month or to suit. Mrs. K. P.. box 110 Run otBce Kensington Great Neck Mi beautiful new house, ready In October, flfi.mn to S2A.000, eay terms, high north ahora of jong Island; only 27 minute from Tennsylvanla station. RICKERT FiNLAY REALTY CO. 48 Watt 34th St PhnnnrtSOO Murray Hill. NEW JEHEf HEAL RUT ATR FOR NAL, R 1 A II MS. TRACTS. LAKES , HOMFS. LOTS FOR SALE. KDWAHO J. CAH1L1.. Boonton. X. J. MIR RF.VT. HOLSE8 FOR RENT. TWENTY DOLLARS UP per month. FIIWAR!) 3. ('All ILL. rtoonion. N J I Ol NTBV PROPERTY FOR S ALB. FOR BALK: FARMS -FARMS In tho Herlishtrcs Mass , anil Columbia Co., N. Y., write for what you want: WE hAVE IT and will send PllnTO M. R. SMITH. Hlntdtle. Matt . J. T. TAN h, Chatham. N. Y. llnlVBAN BOARD. PLAINFIF.LO. N. J. -Large fully furnished rooms, tingle or en tulte; hot ana cold ruarilnu water, bath, private family: '. mlnutet from sta tion ttble board nr&t door. Address PLAIN ITFLD, room 4(X. Trtbunt Building. New York ctir ner through Tease A K.lliniiin was reported recently. I here were no auction offerings of real eat-ata' yesterday in either the Manhattan or Bronx salesrooms. Vest erday't Private Hales. CHHYSTIE STRF.K.T .- Mary E. MseCormae of Brooklyn has sold to vtilltatn M W alsh 32 ( hrystle street, a four story tenement, on lot 20x100, near Mtanton street, for IfljMO. IWTH HTREK.T Joseph Kammerer hns sold S31 Esat 160th street, a three storv dwelling, on lot 19.3X77, between Prospect and t nlon avenues. lestet. Frederick Kittel A Bona hsve leased the following dwellings 144 West tsev- enty-seventh street, for A. T. Banden, to Seymour Bookman: 241 West Seventy fifth street, for'. W, Astor, to W. R. Brower: S7 West Bsventy. third street, for Clark estate, to William M. Shawer 8 Weat Seventy-first street, for F. Hop kins, to A. M. Stern: 7s AVe.t End ave nue, for A. C. A H M. Hall Realty Com pany, to K. Keenan: 127 Weat Ninety-second street, for Henrietta J. Eruerman, to Paul E. Molr: 5 Weat Ninety-fourth street, for Clara C. Mattlage, to .ludlth L. Brandsr; 23 Weat Sixty-ninth street, for the Trust Company or America, to Charles A. Seabromet ; 10a AVett Seventli nlutli street for Anna MoKlnley, to F. B. Welle: 2es AVeat NUrety-thlrd street for August Boehra. to Richard M. Hurd. 124 Weat Eightieth atreet, for Arlington C. Hall, to Anna MoCabe; 225 West Seventieth street, for Harriet Phillips, to A. II Clark son; 34 West Sixty-eighth street, for Free (synagogue, to F. A Suez, and III West math street, for Katheilne Guernsey, to A. C. Kinney. Baildlng Kew a. William Albert Swasry. erchinct. has filed plana for putting In stores 011 the Broud way aide of the Htrathmoro apartment house, at the northeast corner of Broadway and Fifty-second street, at a cost of t2o.iiiO to George H. Earle. ,tr . of Pbiladelpbla, owner. 'I here were no plans filed yesterday in the Borough of The Bronx. Big Ioan on Fifth Avenue t'orner. The Equitable Life Assurance Society has loaned to Black. Starr A Frost, the jewellers, ll.noo.oon on their property at the southwest corner of Fifth avenue and Forty-eighth street. The firm has owned the property for tome rime and recenrlv started the w ork of erecting Its new building The plot measures 44 h on the avenue and I2R feet on the street 1 he corner was formerly occupied by the old Cook house , This Thl. th. ipu-e lets bong it about two rnim. ago together with the house In the rear at 4 vt est r ortv-eignin sirept, iioin nouses were razed shortly after, but before build ing operations had I ...... I k. il.. "'"."'"'' ' : h.inceil its plans, and the plor waa enclosed by a board fence. Several months ago the house adjoining, at iM Fifth avenue, was sis ured from Weutherlv. the tailor This gave the firm a frontago or 44 s tect 1 ho loan la for live "r8 per ,onl EASTERN LEAGVE SERIES OFF. Plaers Receive a Uttlc Money and the League Gora Into Debt. ItiH RBSTEH, Oct. I.- President Barrows of the Eaatcrn League this noon dsclared "ln,; -JB, hCnI ,u" P.ncutart. mtpt. proera ' . ' . . ..... ,,.,, , tsd ttatlttleS. By our "non-fortelt of payments otT the post season eerles because President fiM imostors have tt least nine montht io de Charlea T. Chapln of the Korheeter club lermlnc whether to complete Investment! or so refused to open the local grounds for a fnW game this afternoon By l'resldent Barrow s 'pasted In three months Recent lavettmeaM action the league gora Into debt IBOO, which 1 range from 115.000 rath down to tin per month .in i,. ......... i on the luhs The nrWe fr 10 months none btrred Canada s lret will be aaaeated on tne cliioa. ine prue bu)k h(lndit, ou, nn,; mrhest commercial monev waa divided tins afternoon, each of rating; references on request One invrttor o. the members of the winning All Btar teani comet a nucleus for a group Raman" m'h'h'1 receiving I.30..0. snd each of the member. unU"to' 'jTMyA of the huatlert 77.f,3 decide. Now, don't Infer, don't neat, don t The raaaon given by Barrow, for calling B5 WHu J&JffitfUK off the series waa that the weather waa too tS? lrffi"WrRa now Caotdlan Cliy cnid The rest reason la that ( banin be- .'.nis milled at Barrowa and Managers Dunn and lianel for arranging the game in Rochester to-day without consulting iim i l, st. in holds that under tbe rule, nl Chapiii holds that under tbe rules of . u . -.a. turf, asmes were tn be i.) . v., 1 ! here, two on neutral grouna and rneTest in Rochester He clamiB that yesterday's trk waa no game snd an- me at Newark waa no game and an otnei snouin nave oecn ptarwo on neutral grounrla bafar. tW Kw& came gffj to have been pliyed in BufTalo to-morrow Haaacar Ounr. and his team and rhe iibi- plret retutned home this afternoon. LONG IslLAXD RF. AI. KST ATF. I OR MALE MINEQLA Near Albertson Station t F fk FULL SIZED LOTS W K 1 1 26 Fait by 106 Faat III Just One-Tliird the Price sw .10 MINI TEA Ol T. t'HEAP 'OMlrTATM!S. 1RATXIV THAIS A AT. 6NLY 166 L6TS AT THIS PRICE Trolley rarn run within A Mnrkh nf Ule prop erty. Nesrcr to N'e Ynrlt than Hriniiir'. Of t rrcpor I . We do not want thorn. ITar IK nil r jtlVlnK thm IMf, Hiiy anil rront oyrnw ."SArrmr 2 City Lots $100 50 1 100 16 Down tt Monthly 4 City Lets $200 100 x 100 16 Dswn 14 Monthly III Per ( flit. Iilsriiiint If You I'a; All cash I rec Clear need THREE FREE EXCURSION DAYS Next Wednesday, Next Saturday, Next Sunday Send fur I r Tkkrts n nt T.1.hisTi ftph Mnps ut nfirr WM. N. MOFFITT REALTY COMPANY Attn St tint Madison Av . n V. c. FOR BALK, A BEAUTIFUL HOME with garage, t otnmsVndR n-ut,". ir,rrn i Irwpi arront th1 broaUrst and moist plrUiroAqur part of Mi haMrt Ha . f round one tlilni acre, estcndK direct j the water, hafv over ion feel of benuilful Imnl aand tiearh. fently Hlnplnc, rlran, muhK bottom; reasonable prtrr, termt convenient. H , bo :lj Sun office. ri HMMU'I ROOMfl TO i.ir S9l ST.. 148 KABT Henovatetl roonTR. nbely furnlsried, rnnnlnK water, new plumbing. ba he lorn preferred. 431 ST.. II FAST I-arsf. atiracilve room; n:nnlnr water; alao amtll room. MST ST., tt wr.ST Attractive room for bachelors; handsomely decorated, nnlstlrall furnlhed; every thing new; private batb; elec tricity; prtvav bell; telephone; exchitlvc quar ters for eicluslvr men, $7 to tt MTH ST.. 11 WEST mne flight up' Nicely fur nished front ntrlnr with two connecting bed rooms for two or three gentlemen. MTH ST.. Ml WEST Large rooms, newly decorated, newly furnished, all conv enlenrrt; t rench famtlv; telephone MTH ST.. S40 WEST -Single and double out .Ids rooms, furnished or unfurnutied. e:iator aptrt- metit. HAMILTON'. SOTH ST. 1: WFST-Two connecting Tront rooms: telephone, hath, steam heal, private family. STRINOKR. srn ST.. I2 FST Prlvair haih. steam heat, electricity, paruuei floort. special parlor tults; telephone. sj 81TH ST.. 104 WFST- Atiracthr lsrte parlor, connecting herlroom; hath adlolnlnr. high cltts apsrlment MAI.I.OY. MB st. ais wist -exespUeaaily itrgc iigbt rooms; bath: elevator apartment: telephone .,ra0 River. CAMPBELL. 107TH ST. inn WI ST -High rlass eievntor apartment: attiacth-c rooms beautifully fur nished; rctrrences OtfftNEE. ItsTH tn . 417 WBST Ncwh furnlthed rooms; select clci ator sptrtm.-nt; high class accommo dation, homelike. I ORT. l?rril ST, 417WKST Well furnished large rooms; sonthern etpoture: elevator; telephone; elcerrlclty; ItlbWayi McKFN.li:. I1D sr . mo WEST (corner Broadway l.x espuonaUy sttraetlva front rooms, kltenenj ele varo''. references ipari'r.cnt 01. 1 tin bt . at w rct rooms, telepbooc: bath. bErt. ttrsetlvfl lair-1 and s-tmII ihawsi o is niithv ' i- IMTII sr. 11M Wl ST -Handtomsly furnltbsi front, bncii parlor, adjoin lag bath. Indepenlent entrance, telephone. BlSSRTT, l.wfl'H ST.. 2u tV'I'ST l.arec, llht room, sult an;..' ft r inn; with all conveniences A LA HUE AND SM M.I I'l.BASANT H(M,;.I9 POIl GENTLEMEN ONLV: PRIVATE HOI NK! RE I KHEKCEg, 101 EAST I'M I. ill; IT.01UI 10 ;.-r. ilsi. atrraitlve fur Bttkeu anoint, tingle, en suite Bachelor apart mcits. 7! Madison si . cor. ;.sih si. V. vs.'iY. r,i ill KiHTS BECTION Famllf orrup) ''.ig teA an r.snr. suite in elc. si"r Mpartnu nl will rem ens art desirable light room. A. '1 ., hex lea Sun cIMer .... - . J i itit:rt,s itAvi'mi. RJtTfl A A'., 4S coinrortahly furnished Inrge, small rooms. WlUt hoarJ. lelincd surroti.ldlugt; references; table gUSSta. I nil ST . ; F AS r Adjoining life av . hand some risims. newly decorated, superior ttble. UTH ST.. M0J11 WEST itbe Prrngrleni Nicely furnished rooms; tteam heat, excellent tthle reasa.nhle. telephone. MTH SI . .no WE8T newlv furnithed rooms; valor. FOH9CHNKR. Single double outsi'ln kltch epctta iniltcs. cle- 11STH ST., 417 WEST Newly decorated and furnished rooms. Southern cooking, daintily terved. tubu-tv. trolley. I UTH ST . 15'. wrsT - Large and small roomaa. good board; Jew l.h family, parlor dint ig room. 1211) ST . lit M"ST -Attractive front, modern room; telephone, electricity, elevttor; reatonablr; board optional. KERKEH. 1MI) ST . isn WF.ST -Hsndsome large furr.lthei room, board; married couple, gentlemen, adults; Amcrlean fnmlly. ItlfTH ST . atl WEST- Large room, running water, overlooking Hudson Hlver. good board; telephone; references. A'ACANCY, In private family of refinement; large tauthera room, near 72d at tubwav: ei'ery iblag strictly first class. OPPORTCNTY. tux llll Sun 0III1 c WASHINGTON PL., It- Urge, snitll rnonist excellent table; home cooking; reasoutble: all com onlenoes. fXITl ATMS W AN'TF.D. A' Cil! M A S TS. BOOKKKEPEIIS, STENOUHAPUBRS, High tir.'ile Orflce Helpera Cffce Service Co. lAgeneyl tu Plr.e el. Tel SUs J.i.m. MliiliH nATTKlr MAI.K. WVNTED BALES COACH TO IlIBECT 25 SALESMEN HELLINq RESIDENCE PltoPKRlV: O.SI.x HI01I QRAUE MAN WHO HAS ORGANIZED SCCCESSIT'L SELLING FORCE OF MEAL ESTATE SALESMEN CONSIDERED APPLY rliBD II. VAN PATTEN, HOTEL BRESLIN, BBOADWAY 4 :0TH BT . TUESDAY. OCT. D. ALL HAY AFTBH lo A. M. DRAI HTSMAN In designing department o electric light fixture company Apply 10 BUCK & mn ir. -m r an ...1 si lit HISMH 4 It ANCKS. WHY CANADA HEELSED HECIPROC1TY be -auso nnadlanii are now wonderfully pros perous making money rtpldly and turely -splendid chances for Investment land aluea tticiutllN ft lv.viclng--millions of new weiltli rrsatad trli altTsa r.ruwiiig unpraMdeatstuf, Sec belt its ltd snd predlciluni ot W'Lillani E. Curt1. America I moil famous newspaper Bpc lnl I ".. '"' .'" ".'"' SWSW S.W8SJS Hecora-neraio anu Minnenpins joun.41. epi. lui.esi: also ,,i the great nnanrler ': hnn sr l.sw- j sun. 1 Homou Post. Aug. iai ; also leading Amrrlc'n I aerlc uluiral experts. Including Prottisor jot Sell 1 I erillltyi Pnili ol (lltnolt L'nlvcriliy; editor of N-hr.iii Farmer. " "Farmers' Review ' LCnlceaO "Fnrmsiesd" iMInnesuollti and others--all pre dict untolil riches within near future for wcttera Canada. This conservative Liverpool corpora tion owns properties in 21 principal western elites, ippresctitlng Invettment of million dollsri, already showing proltts of tear mi within two years. Both city and couniry properiies otter staying where you are-running no Hag-da. vesting small or large ttimi tt your enr.vrnlenct. A limited number of Investment units but not a ttork-telllng nor ptrrurrthlp a0alr -no uncer- and Town Pronerttes l.ut . let stonart hi.. . ' I'orrage ave.. innipeg. i watt. urt in uiocr . s Riia n s ' -V . ;Vi i . . ...mi i,i ., ths Collectors I lull. t t'ih pltce v ALTERS SCOTT. AucUoneer Hiunv KXRU1SON and LOU IB ER1F.DBEHH. Auctioneers, tell imported high art, Ac. evenings, Oct., 3. T, I S" Broadway anxtnttsa a hkich lnl),iM11lh'',' Auctlontart, tell ev . Imported trt goods I 2L "?',,n": NAT ROGERS CO . Aurtloneert, tell imnoricd J hlgb art, ciculoge. Oct. . t. 7, lit Eatt win au nl