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THE SUN. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1911.
Ill THE FOOTBALL WORLD 8 rjtvrrrov MAVt a fast GKMt At; IST M TliKHS. Tigers Roll I pAS nlnU L'ltflf Olvrr.,.ri. , Totrs rennlRn1 l4iky In Hrt Wt anil M. Irl mouth Hru II .udotn m Itronn Trims Rtiotir IsIsthI StMft , PniN KTtv. Ort. l ho tat, optMi tfftfn of football plavtni hv ,'rih Moti this f 1 I - noon completely dvtnorallMd iho Rutccw ilvrn Rfld tht TlpWfS tiai no difficulty in winnlhi from ihMr oM HUH rivals l! Ih8 rorn of 17 to o stx touchdowns and M llrld ffOftl h nunto( for thfl total, mskitiN th scorn 'mh tiv til Hftmc pis ibsit twalnst Strvpus on Bfttltrdft) Princeton t n"fl ii little of Bvurythlni on tin' atta k, forward ' phmc, Mi(i riitm, itraliibl Una htirka and nw hift play which BOOllWd ' " ef fective anythlna In tJ"' repertoir on otlilf ki k was a No BttOmptOd, Dili t ho h.ill failed to to tlw newstsry twenty as rd in nmnv wa) r itw same afforded ent our ngement to Pi i neat oh supporters and waa decided Improvement over anything ihown ihua far The line frequently opened up his hole on tho jitttv-k aiul th Utv h field aided by food Interferenca Mined tround otmoi' At will On t to1 defence the It u titer heavy bul fasl backs met with a atone wall and made but one Aral down mid thai only by Inenoa nHiiit what whs practlcatl) h substitute eleven. HutaerH atarted off t ronf and held Princeton acoreleae durlnji the fltt nerlod. The aecond Quarter had hardly started, however, whan aneceealve run of tnlrtv aye Tarda each by Bawytr and DeWltt put the nail on .iutKcrn's 3 ynrd line and IVn Held went over on the ilrst try Tpe moat ; scintillating play of tin same followed tn la. Pendleton might the klrkoff on Ms l yard line and pnrinit bj aheei speed whole Rutcprs eleven ran the entire leneth i or the field Uit a tout hdoa n This seemed to demoralize the Nhw Hrunawlrk team and the content degenerated Into a roui The acora PrinrHon. While Norman Wilton. . Illurlhrnlhnl WlMUlU... Hrowu. WlfM . rend In on Ue Witt SW)rr Pmflrld .i.i.ion., i.rft end l rft tackle Left guard t'rntrf Right guanl (tight inrkir inthi end i rrnon 1 Julie Mn iilliiln i rootle) I tlrCovrrn n till. Jmentfnn I ui) uarterbaik lilthi iiiiiiim. I UllMI-k Art Mum. i r. 0. Touetodon n H PAkei . I'nrr. i Score PrlDcel 37: Iimic -IVnfirld. PpnAletoo, s.iw Qol from tlrl.l II Hk i domiiK Peadletoa. RaKrr.l ton Phlllliw for N"rmn. t;ofti ft-im loueii NiihMltuIr I'rlnff I Mrl..-itl fin WIlMtn, 1 MeCormlrk for WIuaiiiv h Uni.cr.fot WWHI Fair for Pendleton. Lowe for Brown. H end rick for nnnekt, Hammond tor s.iw rr. Watlci hr wmlia, Sunn for Mel. run. SlmoDii for UtKht xvi i win for surttm. urmond t-r Itliiethentnal Brown fur Lowe, Wight for Rlmona, !peera for Brown. C Bakrr for wtlaon. VndreWf fi lrht Hutger Berfjamml fnr Itobtaaon Van VVInrkie for llrt'allum. Joboaon for McOoi rm, Kbnen dorf for White, Cooper for Klmendorf Ueferec Morirr pMBayivanla. umpire tt'llllom. ivnn ylvantii. Field lndrt roil, Hwarihmorc head liDeftman Hopklot Harvard, lime of perlodi , 12, 2 unci iniauir FATE Kln TO PKXS Oatpiaei in Many Respect a, fHiakera B-nt KranKiin and Marsh a II. PfilLADi lphi , kut. More ti- t he kind hand of fate rather than by aupertnr playing Pennayivanin today defeated franklin and Marshall taui on r rank lilt I leld by the rore of M to 0 In rnun reapd ' - the 11- tors outplayed the Red and Hiue 'rtia win particularly 'rue In tackling and piua ging up holaa In the line Pennaylvanla adored two touchdowna and a uoai from the field, the latter bv Marshall from tin m yard line The iirst acora waa in ihe ner-ond period, when Kennedy rauffh! a forward paA by Men-er and ran fifteen yarda for a tourh down. Ulnda kicked the goal t'heae ond rore wa made by Marnhall, Hrldenh i igh fumbled the paaa for a kit U, bul iu ked up the ball and booted It Into .lodet, who wait rutin' in ulklf, Marshall, tin- nthei end. picked up the ball and run forty yard for a touohdoe n Mer er 1 1 led for goal and failed The final acore waa Marahaira drop kick lual before the game ended. Pennnvlvanm arorked the hull to within ten yarde of the goal line f"r h ond down when Marahall waa1 called upon for n lii k Ha put ihe bail over prettily, The snowing "i Pennaylvanla waa liir from beinn: Impreaeh e. l'hj n of Keoli in the back Held were rontl; ami at Umea 'he an aater ba eagt i Bftoenbaugb, made big galnr :.n(Hik'i the Pennayh ana line I'ennayh ania'4 tacklinK a very poor and the n no line df defence wai weak in holding tho 1 tnnei from getting through the ho ten in the nne 'Ihe viaitora ran back the kick toi ion a gains. Mercer being about the only man who wai able to locate the uner ith any a ura At the start of the fourth period a fumble 8ave the ball to Pcnnayl anta . but Retting ie ball attain on an axchatlge ol 1 inta ea(rer ran twenty yarda through renn aulvauia line to the .: card mark Wood failed to make a lire! down on the Uiird aiietupt, Pennaylvanla gol the ball and eared her goal. I he lineup Ptga slrani a pfaaaca Nfdan KtodheUen Morrln Wolf err Dillon Marshall find en ned art Mercer poff font. I row; l.ef rnii ... Left tackle . . . Lett guard . . renin' .... itiKht nirJ . . . UanSett (Hidden Hartman Ksrlbarh Ponilua Boa I Mebanti nrholTner Brldenbaurh eager Mb" vond 1 an tfht Mrkl, KTght rod Uiiai ternark t.rfi halfback Itbrtit liMibarl. Pullbat h .Sror I II. I raiiuli: .ni Mar ital) (oi hall rouchdow Ketmi-'ij . Usr from lAurbd'VWn Minn , .. I irtni Marshall ttubatltute' Pennaylvanla Jor.lel fni Snruaru'p. Bpniaacc for Jordci, Oaufurd f"t rlndhPlarn. Kllllhet fir Mnrrl. firpen for VtoU trr'. Vail for litiiun. Dlllnn for Vail, Hnll It Itlllpn. Itittton f"r Marahall, ilviir fir aflatfa, KarrlDglqn f'-i Kennedy, KeiKh '"r Ran Frank lln anil Mar-haii I !n for (,ililctr:i, n,,i,i fr Karlharh. Stln for S'oltln, Kartbach t'r Stein, Strln for Sohl, Nollln for Wood Mcfrrei 1 (;rdrharl''v t mplrr ' .1 Vf arthy, ,lr Meld JunCP l.cirir- Mrmflf. -o: o, i,'n. bua P. Hamilton Tie p rour I minute prrlodx DAItTUOi ril TEA.H IU PROVES. Pefeata it unium 1:1 to on n Mllpprrj Firm. HsNorrn. v H . t . . Dartmouth de. fraip.l llowdoin this afternoon by a score nl js to o, the sork ol th" Dartmouth team waa a kireai Improvement over either r Its former performani'ea iIpsii;'-. the fari that a ln-a rii i n ide 't. liold very itlip. pery The footing .- an uncirtaiti and the Bos do in. nun li lightt r Uian tli" home elf vi n tjiat the Maine men onl: tried lo rmh the lial! three iimi . nettinga total if half a yard In all I... i a .. the Rowiloin left half, punted i I pen imies. Hogsetl or Uawellvn rum ing tiio hull hack lo lu re it had lipcn kicked nn evpral oocaaiona Dartmouth foi Hip ( ii nm,- attempli npw football li rteeii hc iried forward pass, 1 In ins' essful and ni tin iigly-iitne nrd. i i of i I, lew pIIvii lo IP .. it , ri i dow ns, one in i ip . uij , Hogsett made i phi I'-lmi .. 1 . in the third i i II uln n est-, from touch lod N hep unci ggaln ned i rum thp 2 1 urd mat Of the other scores i ...i. .. Ing "i the ind pi i md, hi Bowdoin's puni 1 midtle . 1 1 , , to the Jit i nrd ma I k mid Hon sronnd I he uni foi ppi Morev then in i k i 1 1 it d ins' score came ne u Ben net 1 WnrkPri hup ni i Eleaa If r' a arlim mi 1 ' In four play - I Man i und -. tack 1 as for I lit - "i U t (fans i Thrna linian li t . mouth for aoa II . ' W mm man., Hoaattl Olfi a tr HiiiR ! i '.j - ii of i h anal urn' i linaup fiiirtmoulH PflftOrtJ ,11 Pa let i-it run pisncli sJi I i Hanm 'i lf' " 1 Ublimnrr . inm Ilrrr I. lain ru;u t Hurl) y . hincfi iiurui flaw Pratt 1 Unrpnuk Kiaai 'n l i isp lupin ''nil l.if. umi gunrtartsj.!. I it . If h,M'P i -n hairiiHO Moir: ivlulit rinlftmcn UlKlR t Ulllfl i. Rrtirf I'aru .'h, its. Dowaloln. " i. uovtr. Munj nfxtcit. 9 lAi n Uosli I r'n ton- hii"- I,,, reiiaa. hoajtatt, i nalahorn h Hut iv .ih !n lor Moray, Nr. ,. Duo try, Msitfi -t! for 'apt Psicy hsyci itSB Dur.bm for pan .'Uhri for Llauallyn Ulitnort, (ui i aren(i. .imbiddr for itgn Ofraolo ilPAlahon for poufau Pl.(rfor '.Voou poi. c foi UcUaboa. naekaforHliieb, Hctrree Each Drink Under Seal The Non refiUable Bottle Olde At leaJint Hottls, Caftt, Tufl. 'orrfter. I'mitlre Mrtimlh. Ro,lon t'tllrKt Field iM.ltfp Mr.'tg. Wele'An. Iirml IlLfsnuii' Khllliey, I'nttnioulh. 'Ilit.e Fimr l'l tnw ite bertiiui TWO GOAL. ton BMW'S, lllllmen Hi fi at l aot Tram Lrom Rboilc Inland nttte t ollrce. ProVIDRXi t, R I . Oct 4 On a Held that a both aoggy and allppery Brown defeated Rhode laland Stat 3 College thui afternoon, r tou the hrr brought eP a faal and ahlfty tam which kept Brown i I varalty huey iron, the atatt owing to the condition of the ground Brown was hampered In hr open play and the uaual apectttcular work ol rapt Hprackllng and the other faai backa waa lacking, it waa a 'splendid t -t t "i Brown's defenee, ami rthe coadiea were able Jo And aevaral weak places thai bad not shown heretofore, J BrOWft'fl Bttaca t well under way but I once during th? came and that In the ia-t period when th" hill boye awept down the ! whole tenvth ni t he fiid w it h ind t huh and I line bucki thai finally took the bait behind the st College's goal In apiti f the fact that tii" t ali a- wi t and eiutlva neither team mud" n funvbl? that cauaed ' the loaa ol I h i'.u 1 hf ac ir were made in th aecond and la t prtona k I h rr rathe after galna tv Hprackllna l and .b.ne-, and waa acored "ti a forward lav, Mpiai Aim.' u iahboiiah, hlch cauajhj ihe Htate 1 ollege men napping. 1 he aecond '-.ore ;tni" .-.ft 1 1 rraaning awaep down the field when i.'rowthr aliol throiiyfi centre I with th bill Hulilvan, Hole, weob and 1 tint pinyeri u splendid game fr Th Htote , th- ggii - iiuai t rti.o-K ' ' 1 1 na a a 41 v 1 U IWI long tun I '.. rl,rfl . I eft end Lefi taekle. . . ! fi guard centre . . . Hlchi guard . . Blent tackle night end Quai lerbaek . . i . ; halfback ItlifM hafba4 rutlbark IS If l St.ntr. o iithcr Hoalu froe Brorra Vdam Krit (tott. win Ulti'hrll (,. I lb' : t Cielh Vthbough, Kprackling Marble lean .tone waff, lUVll Brlden Bam Mou ner Keith u ebb Sutlb 1 n Mrll Kewton Bherwln Tmjehdnwna touctidoa n Neon Bf -1 boa eh. 1 fchboughi 2 Suoatitme urown tor Gottsteln, bein f. r Marble, rrnwther f'-r c.ran it 1 sm" ti k Dsvii f r Ha rr Hamhlln for tm. I, t rier f.ir Newton Referee Hen. imm ITiniiUt ' eiptr- tin r li rrt . t trr I llu ni'tfe Hun. Brown Head lOtesmar) Boy lei, Drowa. Time Pour W mlnuts pertoon FOOTBALL FRAt TH :. Ilork of Mao Kteveits Mmlted Owlngj to s)okk Fields, Vi a HAVgX, Conn., OH 4. ! be ale varsity football auuad had an hour of praca I ii t,i, the fpeahman Held this afternoon I bocaue the yaralt) tieid had been soaked j by 1 1 heavy rain There waa e a- rlmmage u heh I sated half in hour, anderaon played fulrbaok for the varalty, He made low plunges through 'he centre and runai around the end for good galna, it dldnl i, Ue ' he Mr-it v lona t thf firh W)v fhe firit , h-i-i the ball on th i. yard mop ' n,d t ie la ks b line pbing liai ! mi" pliiiiu k it 'o thp irutni' I fi'T.' nriiij mHQP a nr aown unci Howe took ih ball ovtr l hwi ttipi inrnity look the I , J 1 on it- own KS varil Mthnuah "ne Round Hocan, the ('ll line ndpron oinde twentyflve vnril jfomu lialitweight, defeated Jack Dorman On the next throw Inderaon made t forward 10 Howefora ahorl fain Anderson then in i i- i twenty-five yard run around Ihe end ft-r that he attempted to drop kli k bul failed hurt h punted nut for din aecond eleven to I'apl Howe, who oi ol. a ili:r' yard rm. Freeman, who ha I iron, into itio arii" backfleld, made a forward paw kicked a goal fn to Howi aoii anderson .!.! Ih ' ir t line i'ammiidck, Mass., Oct Uthougb the Harvard fttothall player were stir? and I sore after their hard scrimmaging yester daj there would hnve i.ppii another session for them to-dnv had not Koldlers Kleld 1 1, ., ' i -n alinnerv v irh mud He suae ol t i- 1 1 "ie was no acrimmage, hut tin' al tei - n neverthcleaa a spent profltably Ti ere waa the ustomary half hoar with the pom lo'- at blackboard anl then the regulars and substitutes i-n' Into the base" oili i age where the ran through some nf ' their lies plays Then they wont oul onto: i the freshman gridiron, w here an hour as biient ill the development of protection l iiu-ain.i hat Ing kl. k bl k"d. the linemen 1 Iwing inachnd on blocking I lie I . .,.1. - l.rin:if .i out an old ' illug dummy I. i the sei o.'.d team which has not been in i... for lllteen years Thla was nsed lo devrlup blocking m the open rl.ld ihe Inrs doublleaa Mll 'et a taste of un a. i. tomorroa Rogers aeems lo le the mn i, most likely to play left tai kle against Holi i loss liarrv (iardnei, thp third . , uirterh ick, Who was hurl sat unlay, is s'iII ',ii thp inMrmsry lie ha- very nan knee in a practice game with Dp Witt Clinton II; '1 School yesterday afternoon on Ohio I eld New York 1 Dlveraitj had an on Itiortunit) fur ihe !Tst tinie to fr out P- allowed, ' i inii was never In New v ork's d I lerrltori Dti ihe m her hand Dp Witt ,i i I . ion riiie luitnerous rhantsM to acore , i l.io p.oi. ii oi scrimmage were allowed In the coachet the first Dlcott ol Die New P.m. ; i he Pall in Clinton' ; con' h ha n en on 1 pel i. ..I, union. ..ii i i diversity team, kept , posaeaslon in nider to lep m c In the second w ii- were ailed, s i Was :o popseasju t l.hc Pall loosi nf ,P tunc, and Inn lungf! unci i or ward pavaaa s nn u'e i Broiuirl aalnars . hraa ol ilia vatarau iini il ntviral i hanas uu- l ' i : i ;t r i iihil .nii ' wnrt PI d lo e ih, ahaettcti of ii necessitate! e, Dutcher, 1 1 led oui a t sl pnd 1 1 1 dunU r u-i f riofj r a Iul1 lima ami than ,. ,, i guard fi -I I'ti'd I Hi k t no ItattNi, t ha n iiui'i mil f'U I (IS .Hi'MttMil. liHi i sen .I i 'ii ai ianti'a, Inn lirlstol raplncad film mi i ha sscoinj parloti hi l ha haoktlald I miii, Niooj;(, brannaii and ion KgloiT iiu plavaa most ! ilia tune. iu ihe i .i Mcrlnitnaaa, howavar. lamas sub 'I t r ktyaillian HUM l.etlun Inr nu i i ' -'.-in '111 its . Musi . . i Vitiv nndidalai hi intv i i'iioii ins daih for i h Amnerai i' lekiu Ruilar, H, a power ill I i me in- route oui for lha bark iieui, imiieriil i- most needed Prartlea io-iiii m, i on It ued lo k'imI drill on ar- out,- ui ftoggt held i W i m ; PiilK . N. .. Oet, a. teat ikmI iti ur-i hi rimniaga ol i o 1 1 1 1 un s ' slid slippery .it i 1 1 un agifrettstve III) nigh no I nu endow dm we ' h : ii ml Houston al timet. I he Army I I llli WPPlC field. Tea game u! ri' si oriil ' iO I'. Ipmiii'm njifitni p il,i,....rl :.. . l.. luif " '. l li I 111 Mill Miihlis nhlliiri'il Tur aaH I Mill .. a . nsil' niMn . . I .. hi. I , 'III iner piens, in,v are imir thov nl b "r Still . ks I lm ink Ilka fixtures rvi'n ut this ilmtley iilnvfd rantre tonay ut in nuhi guard n'slins' i Improt tna and i hers n sra lint" U Arnold wi passing i Something that was never before offered in whiskey something that was never before possible until the in vention of the Non-refillable bottle. And it is fitting that Watchman Whiskey should make its debut, each drink under seal to you. When you ask for Watch man Whiskey you get it as we make it the mellowest, rarest whiskey ever distilled, and the same always. Rtstanrtntt, and Dealers fen fumble. rn ild made the only acore f itie Jay i kicking n placemen! goal from errlmmageal the ft yard hue HApot.ta, Md., Oct ihe arrange ment ol the titst team at ihe N'aval cade my 1 hin alterttoon a the game as it has 1 sen the greater part i the weak t apt l)alton and brown, who played aucn strong name at guard laat season, aie both being kept out of the scrimmage by the conches, who fear that they j ill develop too fast Neither it- likely to play against ilohna Hopaina on I Haturqay 1 he anaence of Datton tia. caused a partial rearrangement of the back Held Rod Stl i'.i- been moved trom fullback to left halfback and the fullhai posit ion Is hem niled bj (ollns, a stock new comer w th considarable posatblltttes Davis, substitute taekle last year, la being played at ten tackle, the position tilled by brown during the signal practice Irltl. t't 4. a lively icrtmmane of ;hort dural (Oh followed I ha regular prat - tlce at Union I Field thia afternoon m whl h the varalty acored two totmhdowna anj in spite of he number of substitutes on tne team gave n fair detnonstrat ion of d''feniv' , power. On of the best plays of the r im" was a for ird pas. Butler to t'olllns, which netted 1 he varsity t' yards and a tourh down smith'- fumble, a hlch was set-tired j by Evrlvh and taken to the t yard line, , put the varalty In poaltion to gel another score This they did when oVonnor took i, o-. er tin nit end run ne of 1 he foMtures was ihe playing f Miller, the sub rent re, who ml sad 11 up hard with Jess Whyte ' Md ier o,,k- like ' t he best man tn oppose Whyte Another man who ahowed good form to-day wa Muntio. a !- pound tackle, ho aa used on t be rtgnt side of 'hi1 sr-,"'. : line Eddie Mid played fullback on ihe varslt y in the abeerv f "f I'ndet bill ('APLtSt.l . Tn . Indians' football wound un with three quarters of " t 4 The t arlisle practe this evening 1 scrimmage of nearly an hour, which lasted 1 Indian oa h h 1 k t'l until dark Th the redskins on their b lem y m forming and their short 1 borpe, Roberts perfei Interferem e mm?' in bb. king and Powell look tn ;tt punt intr ;:iid drop givklng with a heavy breoae ak'airiu mem ano aid comparatively well I Clinton, X. V., net 4 oach sidle wasao 1 welt satined with the snowing of iheHamll i ton loam against Clarkaon on Saturday that I he 1- putMnc tliein thro.iirh only licht seritn- 1 mag as t Jim w eek The larkon game j showed that Hamilton will depend tag on her I big tackles. Hoot ami Kort e, a the pivots l net attack, Htone and (.'apt I Knox were remarkably a urate n, handling 1 I the ball arid fat in running with 11 When .less up if-t. back in the game he will om- plete -i Strong and tat ba-'kteld Lee. Kultefiar and Walker make a tohabi.' se - . ond '.trine hat kflowl irmri-' II i' l Hamilton pmbabli' use hr full ftrpntftli h I I.ist thre.ouart.ni nf tho rMn Kulteli.r will aa.tn ' ftilliiaek n .ipup-- ankle will not lt blni icpt in 'lip vanie Robert., a varsity ni lust 'Pnr. hn reen'orfMl roll.ae and will mak. j.avenworth .nd l a hm c out tor toir popltlonn Hamilton at present look forward to he leation Iti yeara oK mn XD ttOGAS" II .vs. hip fi-iipr oi .urn iinrmaii in iiarn Trn Round Flsht. of The Bronx on point in a tiathlng tan round bout at tho Madlaon v C lni mjfht hp did not cover bltnaell with jjlor He trip'i aaaln and affuin to put Dorman away With In- fatuous rtKlit band awinir, tint Dorman. aa strong an bull, atood op ui the wav under this assault In fact lor- man did so much clever punching himaell that Hoifun could take no chances, and at tunes i tie iitfr sparred in ordei lo figure out the enemy. Hogan oittptinehed Dorman in seven o( the ten founds, and In the last, which was h hair raiser, lie came within an ace of putting the Hronv man to sleep Hogan was ex pet ted to win by a knockout in a least lour rounds, task thut proved too much for him Dorman put up a splendid argu- incut all tho wav, hut the t alifoniian Pea: him because Ite knew more about acientlfU' boxingaad landed the more effoi live blows, wpti alaillaon Kipiarp Harden out of thf I running 'he Harlem River lasinn i- th biggest liitllding devoip.i in boxing bou' In the city There "as room f,.r a.tioo apei tntora lasi nignl and about hall that mini her paid lo spc inc inn in cue oi at,. ,r lo I i he inn I u n of th liminary bouts Kallor King I nil-Tlii i a hOHvywelgltl with it ptini h, ut oipi. 1 1. fi I .Morn- Koiiiii red. ill ifoppetl I com. Robin- thf seiond round t nartev White tha pfdraafiina than and itiere I uiiaiu's v-it n inn law. ln ilih'.iih niii w is unuuia tn ion nj-st iniw iiirin tnpiii I Ra anal upon 1 in rativas Moor w nan 1 fa I Muilor hauil"d hwi n 'iiau In the mouth ' a minute Hit'i in haalnnTng nf the sraji 1 Klnti l'l" taltuad hlinaati j new whits hops a- ha laft ih rim- Hafaraa White nisn stopped another ire . liminary m the fifth round "' ansa cjisrtia Burn "f Hrpoklvn had rei v i nufth nui' I punUhinanl in the bod) t-. Vouua I.-to i ol Mann tttan Whin' piii an and in lha third hout srhan i Vouna it' Met arthy ha beaten w itlio Meyers ' a standatUI in the third round In short lha refer vas nut f ikitin ativ , i Kantas with hi .loli, the Morrls-rlynn I episodf servina aa b leAHon. j Hogan and Dorman arere matched to bo. ten rounds at iaichwlghts The 'in Kpuna" person sunt he weighed i.Vi pouuds, while hfs aula go nisi lipped the beam m ahoul I3S pOUIlds , Ktrsl Him mi Dorman i(ituni uith a light aft "ii no' net's ne nunc again w it Ii i ho blows in i he tioqy, llogun li-1 i II-: Hoaan triad n left tor the jaa 0 and Dorman connected ith n i rhi on lha ear Hogan shot a lert into the atom ' gnh and I lormati cliiu'hed Then t hev par rod until ilgan l't Hy the righl i inmii'il on tin Hide of the head and Rormsn ' . hm had Vnov ttm lianged left ians, Hogan biotilcinf a left nook Porman putij lied lha nil. with 'i ritfhl nnd lltf on rushed him i to the ropes, hormnu prote 'ting himself In I elevae at yla. i ha round aras about an even I break ; Heoottd Round. Dorman stepped in with a laft oil ihe head ami Hoaan not Into n liim Ii Pprmap bored m anam with tin I same result, itoaan met another advance with a short loft on tne jaw ano in a nail ..I ..... I. tksal f. . M . , is ... 1 I tot h II uAtl fi si ll ml Dorman ut loose with uppefpute and hooks ' ami llouau.mived it Moth landed rorlunb: i iit.tl 1 1,.'. w , i , un i it- run. Ii.. I J ,nrriii.. , ihi iismmihi i I.,., I.. mw.AA llt ,, ... nn Oil, nprL- nnr I li... Il....l.d.l II ... ... slan axewnn . iisht in tha i and almost put Dorman down. Hunan's round. Third Round Dorman opened with Irft tn ihn hndv He also ran into a elinnh. Uormou mutd ii ut i iuse quartan, laaalni tic m several hard bod) hi ws Hogan then out I Ion' ih' n it. i' and riahl to th head and Porman staggered im steadied him self and met a ruli with a left In the mouth. If ut ll'itfan it loose again with both hands ami landed blows on the head thnt made Dorman ripvri Hogan did mop' hard hitting iti 'he iast half minute hut Dorman went i i i" eornei In cood condition Ho (rail's round, rourth Hound Hogan mlsaed two hard right hand swings ai tie came up, for Dor man w a on the alert and stepped haefc . liormati then shot a uuitia left to the nosst and threw . right over to the ear Do r ii. t u began to bore in Hogan hooked him in the i a"v with a left ami a I so rooked hilif wrh i right uppomut itoaan drove his man lo lha ropea and tried to push him through them wt. i le roughing i He was warned by the referee and hissed by i!u erov i lie went after Dorman with a fierce attack. Ihe latter fikrhtimr back gsss perately and landing rreuuoniiy, but the round Lm longed to the alifornlan I ifth Kound Dorman ran In with a left to the pit of the stomach ami liogan hooked him on the law Hogan sparred a moment, then 1 irneaToo-ie his right M flew around porinan' - neck Hogan t ied u ht raivht . jrft with better reaulta, but Dorman, step ping loje, landed a solid left on t lie jaw, his litest blow Dorman, enotinigedi put In anothei left on the mouth nnd also reached the btidv Hogan tried to lami the right, but fulled, and Dorman had the round on 1 laan bio i - I aide i Kivth pgouuo Hogan began with -i stilt 1 iift on the net-k ii" tried the blow again bul was blocked Dorman then borq in for n fut ami Hogan ahook him with a right on i he ini k Pot .i'i 'i led nnd lauded for a few momenta without surur a return Huddetih Hogan cul loos,. i 1 1 . faal hooka and wiiigs ami Dorman hs sni ihe i open I logon a right lauded too high lo do I harm and Dorman mixed u liogan out punuhd him, nui waa low m following I iorman's round Hevcnth Round Vs soon us they rarnr up Hogan landed a heavy right o?i the head and gol the naina kind i a blow In return i liogan rushed wildly nnd with a lefi on the mouth he mid- )orinan clincn Derma ti on Hp breaN slugfea with bjth haudi until Hottau 'i-r d i with the right : the , uei'lt. d in nan iieadieu himaell and lore In u gain. ' 1 1 1 tipie receiving a rigid uppercut ii the stotnaoh i u mix, t. - h r 1 1 with i liogan it lop florin in wan dir.ed when Ihe got up, but still lull i f light Hogan rn ii'-'i him t'naiii with n fouple of danger' mis swings on the head, bui he fould noi find th" p tint of th" i i Motnn's n nod Klghth i: mn I Dorman rushed oui of 'hii eornei md received a lefj in Ihe nose llogai spurred i moment nnd l ben Irleii the right, Dorman sllped ihe punch but 1 jlogan was on top i hi in with a not her that landed on lha necjj Dornvtl) mixed It, i reselling the In i I with a iivh. but liogan I made hltu clinch nnd hold when he drove I home solid nicera aitl tnueh power. Dor i man iniaHml a light tor the jaw ami Hogan j romitiK back nrosei him on the mouth IIoktiii In ml ml a left ami right m Ihe face, ! after w hicfl they inUetl ii to a clinch 1 HoffMii't n nnd Ninth Hound Dorm in not busy With 0 I I lull to itin touy liogan ui-'ii shui ov.r .uni i inlit lo lha Jaw an I liormni atag i lli' rgi'ovsreii uiiicliiy, hit! whnii 'ostnnad Ills in i s i iik igi'tlds Ins lilows ll-rt UlMi Ra mr Mnk II. ig, in .luggeq lus WAV into iitii li and men rougneo 11 until tha nr- ereo aeparnied theni He lauded a nlean ; rlghi "ii ihe ear and followed it with lefi onthe mouth riir thnt Hogan drovt hla man lo lbs ropes nnd also ristiii iiim !iu tin' iiiinr when Oortnan gol un h iiri I liinil. in. 1. 1" liim ..nrii until inn ! I r rutin . 1 1 iisrii li s iniind. lonih Kound after Hie liamlshakr itiinn pin ii paru ipm 10 his inoiiin miv , ini Into H i iinrii anil wraatied n the I Tiri-iik llminii i-.ro iu with a prolans of hlnuu nni u.i', 'in "' miuoirii iiii 11 iiiiiiiiviii inn in' i nuinii iiiiii siiii.ik iiiitinn ii ii seTersl narnfl sliiMshns til Ihn ilominli mill nMi l linrm.in nisn landed a lisht nn the law. wnvivupi'u naaeii nviu in " miovn ornss- . nt aw.li' noiu "liiggea inr all tney were , wort n, HOgaO """ti putting his man on the I ropes. A terrifl.' right Almost kpooked ' Dorntan down, nut he rallied and mlted I it all the wav tn the gonif 11 van n ied- hot finish and the inn embraced agon other i when ii was over liogan was the w inner -. v. to mmm The Best Train Service on Earth has helped in a great degree to make that section of the United States covered by New York Central Lines one of the wealthiest, most prosperous and important areas on the face of the globe. 20th Century Limited the famous Overnight Train to Chicago, over the equally famous "Water Level Route' is the recognized criterion of train service throughout the world. Lv. NEW YORK 4.00 p.m. Lv. CHICAGO 2.30 p.m. Ar. CHICAGO 8.55 a.m. An NEW YORK 9.25 a.m. Every day in thm year. Railroad and Pullman ticltfti delivered by Special MessenRcr witho'.it extra charge. New York 'Phone, 6310 Maditon COLF. i Mrs onoboe in Medal PU Handicap at llaekensac'.. The lnt competitive event for local women prior to The national champion- shin at Baltuarol neat week was decided at the Hackensack (lolf rtub yeaterday There was an eighteen hole medal play handicap for a handaome net prlxe, which waj won by Mra, K i- Donohoe of Mont lair wph a card t loo, n t.' Mrs. Dono hoe and Mtaa Louise Krug tied f(,r groas Boore honor? I here was also a putting com pet it ion. result mi in a t le bet w een Ura. T s II Nellaen. Mrs W D Uofrai ano sirs, i 1 1 i noma, wnn acorra oi iu, 1 ha bandit ap scores were; Mrs i K Donohce Mon'rlalr. ion h k Mis J.ouin Kr'iff. Inch ".nod, 100. 7 M; Ulss Hart ha (iranam. North leraey, ne. ii aS; Mrs, w. .1 halth, VVyksfyl. luj a M; Mlaa c.raee I'arrelly. .nglewootl, 131, ?i i; MIkm k m. Hllller, Craic torn. 107. Ifl W: Mrs. h u. storktnn. PlalnQeld, 101, I PS; Mra K H Armstrong, Haekeosaek, 1 10, 13 lis Mr. M H 'iar leer, HarUenKirk. 113, n tei; Mr- J ti. Gage, baekanaaok. n. ii 104: Un i u Palmer, ttaekensack, 134.30 l'l; V W. Kihnati iiHrr.-i.sttck. IIS, IM (e II w, D Moffat. Herkensark, 131, In !(C Kara, t harlrv itcl'rr.in. VVyI;afi, 131, in Ii' M:ss lirlggS, North .Ii rss UI, 11 107. Ulll i. . i"it. Dun wood le, "4. is ice, Sewapaper golf era uuatlfled for the Cooier prize op the Van t'ortlandt Park links yeaterdtt) Handicap medal play pre v ailed ami ihe leadent were (i rant land Riie, with 'ti ii !t, ami it J. (iron, Willi tHi, so au, i oudittons ailed ror sixteen to quality aud I here waa a tie for si g teen i h nlata which win bo diuermiued later I'hose i.elected yesterday were as foiiown (irsntland Mica, i it Lucas, H is'r. it n Csfhnian, liorgan, Al iiroiey. j !hn?. but, r k Mauih. H J liron, 1, w right, imuk u i oniifii Murray, HenningsA lieatlogar, i Col man vv. n MeBath anwTboniai itiria The t went v sei ond semi-annual thirty felx hole medal play aoh haudUap, open only to members ol ihe I Diversity I lub, will ih held on the i ourga ol ine Ht, Andrews iiolf iiub Wedneadas . c ttiii is. Handicats will i'1' ba ted as far us possible on i he metro politan rating! ami there will be prizes lor the three best net score jis well m s n medal foi the low grosx - ore of eighteeu holes made either morning or afternoon i ne w i ii ne i oi 'ins meant in i rom winning one of I tie u,-t should be made in writing liOnkett, I i mo street, be? n to ha I i ; .it In itpliii i ce,l rises Kntrlss i" Arthur H r. n l M i'ii ; IVfldml to iilo llii'lns llrlirr. rim ur i I'm . Oct i The ftrat acridt nt prsllminary to H .'On mil auto raw mi Hgturdgy ocrurrod Ibis morning whan Harvej Uinglsr, Hip rbiladslphia amgtsiir, I driving his Mart'fr rooar al nlnrtv mils flip, tors through nu Iron feme down m sinliiuikmsnl, srpi klna th maching King" it null ins miKihanii inn vrers iound mi nn tu iuiiH several minutes later I nay wera removed to l, l Imoth) 'a. Hospital whsrs ii ws round thai Hlngloi had i rrauturad nun ami was bad I) out up TTioniM llowsn ni Trenton, the menhanirlau, raa more seriously Injured, lha aa i i .. S... I .. .. . ..... I j .. i'i ii. " , linn ipiinttred mil nut In) able to leave Ihe lioanital ei'k Mm millarai, John D.ilv. tha Ihrgg ouahlan thtHhlm bo is iii .LM I his tide and ihe .lordon , nrnirt iroahi i , , 1 i , ll) ssHitut Airreit Ut, (), I'd isn t'lhiliiluin aamaa . yenterday with tlaaua 1 itlourn at 'lohn invlo n ITaMii ...,, 1 l r..l r,.n, s.7. ... .1 V .. 1 n At r'el runlil U lnmna in il, I Toalug in tha svaninu afternoon and ' in ine niierti Hull hent Uum i. I savant) ine lnnuiirs I,,' thn ..... Il ..... .. '.' Both men mads a nigh run ol i Th avail. ljntli men made nign i ins nl H I he an me Isled sevsnty I play two prax'tica sis inninsA naly w games to-uay. Forfurther information ad,ire;s I'lencral Kastern Pass. Aent, 1216 Broadway, New York City Brooklyn 'Phone, 167 Main H0WtG BOO. 11 AT rttlXCFTOX Nearly lift 4'andltlates Trlng for the Crew. Pihkcstoiy, v. J., Oct 4. Uthough football holds sway In the field of sports ! at Princeton just now the athlete who favor other branches are by no means Idle nnd the athletic fat i lines here are taxed to the limit every afternoon t'an- d Ida tea have already been called out for new, track and baseball and next week win also probably mark the beginning of activity in ihe various minor sport l ho freshman athletes have also started work, ami altogether tneee are buay un.es It is in i i'i.'. i ! 1 1 in the i feu t lm t 1 hi- lntAMl taken thus early Is especially remarkable ittnwinn is a comparatively new si ort ni Princeton and until ihe triangular recn'; i . last spring with Ornell and Vale t here was much doubt expressed as to a I et i er BETWEEN fefepjjjljj I nv t ii k ML YOURTIMt TABLE OSSrV 1 Hour and 50 Minute Trains NEW JERSEY CENTRAL THE ONLY DOW TOWN ISO All running fast hourly trains from ileraey Cltv tn I'liiimleltihifl wlthnin CHANGE or TRANSFER. From Mberty St' - EVERY HOUR ON Till IIO'. R 7 A. M. to 11 P, M.. and mlltnttrllt with l-.t, .r,. 7 min iti' n Hie hour from W. j:iil st. Bagyanje cntrlc i on same train Willi pasoenuer. II delivered at either termlaal in teasonable timet HARD COAL - NO SMOKE -NO TUNNELS Columbus Day The Climax of Golden Autumn Thr HidnD Itlrrr ! In It llir lis, I. Inr Is In till! ni'I V mni delightful mood, MngMnn l .'ii.i iiim irtiiin is ml. Ird Steamer HENDRICK HUDSON I rn Ins llrsbroKsrs st mo A. U.I W, 134 Bt. iu K. M W. lauh SI III IB A. M i'""ii" t'omfon is assured, Iht i omparu iin mi s prsrnrslly tis ruiirr riinlpmrnt In inaklnf CelUmbUS Hnll lay Inr ir.nM SDloyablS ol tfif yrar S 'e Sii'.nnbiKit t'olinnn Inr rreniar srn ler Hudson River Day Line lr'ephone 4141 Spring for Circular sWl ssssasggsggggasssi i " m usz It would eve ratine itnt atul the wav reach tim dti he how ing tne men hav nity of a ins nr ade nt thai ' mis taken i.oid oi the work I i.cs no fn that row y 1: has mne to siav at Prln i -i ! nraetlre c ikrhti five men i mi the iirsi day reported to in nnaeth, the roah - ' boat house on lake Carnegie, and lie a then this number has en swelled w neath ISA. including the freshman candidate This number i entirely too large to lie accommodated by Ine present itvilitie atul the suuad will have to lie cui toni era My before the real work of the - tarts. It is expected thai In ordei m get a Hue on the men t pip h Spattli form a crow from eat h of the fom i--- and bring them together In an Int h - race some time this fall, probablj in tho first v eeh in Vo vein tier Trmok i another branch of athl In which an unexpected Intereat foi thin lima ii the year la being taken. The men hiva been k'1 work for u week now and noma nf t hem have shown up particular!) el Dr i ii i i nri tn t iiniiiiHT t rip M Pouiblcstpsls or nn th (.1111,1 in