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THE SUN. FRIDAY, OCTOBER P, 1911.
10 FAT LEAD IN FIRST INNING' tUATs MAKE six RVNS CLINCH TttK hame. AXO Comp'rir Remarkable Road Record Rrth a Aletory In Brooklyn Win Mnetccn IJamc lint of Twcnt-fle si . I oul.l ardlnal. lias) for tliclnb Another vlrtorv VII ft CO fed by the Vufc.ti In Brooklyn yesterdnv. making It airtight I for the tmw champions. To-dgy the Uiants Wttl be back home again, and BltlC 'hev Ml here on September 10 Ihaj have made list enceptlonal road record of nineteen I victories out of twenty five tHM I ill tin wonder tha' they won the pennant with ! that long tnd splendid tirt 1 he only ; other game fggterda wa between I ha Cuba and ('rrlMl. and the I IllM WOB it ' ally The rmilltl iw VorK. II: llrookln It. Chicago. H; Ml, l.onli. 2. tl INDUtd Of ill cl.cn w i. ft: i If 79 As, L, New Vork 5 Chicago. Ml "lltshurf 4 f alla.l-H . -nU ivs 1 st 1 ft,"! I ! llJIrtll :i.v, I Brooklyn 14 I I'.,.: mi 7.1 at I.Vt 4i- : an hi 40 M vw v.ii.k im. i t. a aannai w i I The fart th they had ih pennant won iiauto i aii ,, , .... ,.r ,v. OUnU yesterday rhey druhhed the Brook- i lyna again at Washington 1'ark and have a food chanco of mnning their Victory lit' up to a hundred. The rentury achievement la merely incidental, but Drill he waloomfl If It comee It la likely to rome. for there are flvrt more gamen with the Hrooklvn taa doth breed a habit in a man. and beat lng the Siiperbaa in a haoit with the OlaMlta. After the first inning yeaterdav the i.iant ratted up for the world's nerien. They did all their scoring in that Inning, but went whizzing on the merry-go-round until thev had leaned up half n doen tallies Thai put It up to the Hrooklvns to give hno, which thev did in full cry, hut when eventide nettled over the field the dau!ttlM Superba had reduced New York'f lend only one half Tha Glantg shook the er vice of y Hurler to its foundation while ihej wne making olav for tikeir lirMMVi and two other Brooklyn pttohefl were -mnnioned to the frrnt iiefore the arntne over Oung Uawe11 all pill heisare yotlRf until proved old-01 namentod the box tor the (tlanta J for the second titnp He pit lied a gauu In St . I.ouiK and lost it . but yeterdnv he was , more at aaaO and acquitted hmi-elf batter. The Brooklyn! grew familiar with him' In several innings, but he did some effertive work with men on haes. Snodgrass and Chief Meyer were at Ubtrty for the day, enjoying much needed aun rase from toil Hereof plaveti a while I at short after Flet her had fattened his j batting average with two notlfiehlnff bm- 1 ales These nnti-i lnna game ate giving Ictiraw a chaiice to polnti up regular and irregulars to l prepared to ft into I various niches in rae shuts are heeded in the tug Menem Th fntt tliat Dovore Was thrown out ateaimg .Kter he had opened the fjam with a base hit was no damper 00 thj New Yotkfl i Doyle Hnd Itrckei took l' affgreaalve means of reach ng first Ihey were dead headed deaplto the int rstaf co mm t' law. Seeing' how well th" plan Of Waiting turned out, Murray also ndopted it So auch free and eaay method appealed to Merkle. He split the s ,n r back 01 Wheat with a healthy two baffffer long enough for three hnss. but Merkle aaa no glutton Three run poured over the pan on th Int. and after I'evim hid waitod Fletcher doubled and . ri.i Merkle Bar ger gave woy to Steele nnd Wilton floggrd him for a single, which I tilled levlln ami Metrh-r The Brooklvns went empty handed until the third, whtn st walked after Miller had been tuttted back bi Devlin Hlnglcs by Koithen and Daubett till-l the basea. V heat st 1 uck out, hut a poor 1 lirow by Wilson allowed st ee to score and humtni i batted Sort hen in with .1 single single by Daubert. two bagger Wheat and promenad' by Humuie (tiled th" banes in the tifih with only one out tooley and t ouison popped fin's whit h were Hummaihy gobbud und the home folks, droit a blank, The Brooalynfl bunched three hits m tin aeventh. but were he.d tw a single run After sort hen had tapped safety to rial there cams two t ot on the second for saw rosa a n m r a ut- then t.ille tl I h ni Itevore.lf . A 2 Doyle. 2h :i II Becker. cf . 2 o I 11 Nor then, ci .'. n Dsubert IbS o Wheal if 0 Hummel.Sb 1 n 'I oole) .as U Coulaoa.rf 1 0 Rurk.flb 1 0 UUIsr.c 1 0 Krwln,c 1 1 Barger.p 11 n Steele. p 3 u DslS) 1 Scnsrdtip 0 M . -: 1 .i f Merkle. lb Paulrttr.lb ir-, lln M Fletcher. f-v Herrog.s witson.e Hartley, c H a 1 S 1 1 1 p 2 I" 1 0 3 1 1 1 Totals 10 It 1 Tml .1 11 Ratteil foi leeie in ihe eltfhih Innlog New 'orU I ' u 0 0 It Q h i t Brookhn ...... 0 0 - 0 0 U i U r Runa-New Vorl. Doile. ilerker. M;rrai Merkle. iieiiin i'lrtrher Brooklyn norlhon. 5 Steele Let t on baaci New nrk. t Brooltlyn. Flrrt base on ball HIT UaSWtlt. ill off Marker, i oflsteeie.i Btruckoul By Maxwall s;bvsieir 2. Two bane hit- Merkle. Murray. Wheat. Stark Imuble ilay Daubrrt .'ina-nlstprl t'mntr it chief Firennan l lehl unilre Mtlh TlniC 1 hour anil BO n-lnutes. csicaoo in. i. n uorti n i i,9 ST llt is. Oct. i ChloatO beat St uul In the lam tnmr uf ihr -easun flr tu-ilay Willl vu hammeri'il all uvn tin- lot 'Die i ub- acorfld three in the nr-i and oaroc back wiih four in the third anil one In th fourth Smlih kept the hltji aratlereit anil held thr Cardinal -ale al all -lace of the aamr Vhe -rure i tl icaao AH H F,verv?h i Sheckanl If I Tinker ,w . J n (loade rf .". S DoyIJh 0 Saler.lb t 1 Hofman.rf 4 1 HI UOVXM P A f. AH 11 I' A I llustfin ,'Jb4 I 3 t ii Oaken, rf :t a i '2 u Kon'tci ib , J 3 I) 0 Wllle.lf 4 ii o 5 0 Kyan-.rf : 11 1 li tlniier..- 4 i u o o Uowry.8b :t 1 'J 1 , Wlimi'.r 4 1110 Willi-. ii 'I Kill- o I VI 0 o 1 j ; i.rahain e Srrlth.ti Totals 34 '.' M I Total 3i Hattei! fur ill'- In the ninth Inning to s 1 Chlrttfl;. 10 4 10 0 st uonia, u i o o u o Run cblrago BysrSi 2; BhsekBrd, 2: 'linker, li larOodSat; st Loula Konetcny. Hauaer Two baar hit Saler. Ullle, Mowrey Sarrlflce hitt. Tinker. RHIi sacriflcr fly Doyla Double pla) a - Ruggtna, and KonetcnYi Dpi i1. Rvsra and Hater; Tinker. Rvtn and lalSf lilt by pitched hull B) Smith fHvsna) WIM pitos wlflla Flrat hi'e nn hsll Off Wlllla. 4- off Smith 4 Struck mtl By u litis, s. bi Smith. I. Left on baasa Cblrago, S: st Loulv I 1 mplre in chief O'Dav Held unipiie rmiie Tints 1 hour and 2fi rnfnutM l.smc Scheduled fir To-da noNsi Ugsors ,ru 1 two meal 1 hton Phlladclpl In Brookl it w Vork 'two name.' M AVESM IN MAHl'l Neu Biistuii I'htladelptila ". sablngton In Hen . IMll t e i lfitid In 1 hlcaifii i 01 I M HI A ti iSKBiLhi Freshmen fjve ajopl lorea a Hard Huh in inferHasa Merles, The freshman ha tan debut sj i'h t he tunioi h tarda r afternoon In i in gamaa hat is i.cii, t,--i 'prii y . ani for eigh' n' tegtn made- n '-"''iiii Kiald raa---i ie- d intarclnaa I at col nmhg i nt inning t phi up an exhlhitlon ni very , Hut in the eighi ti . ntiiriii 0gat) fl or,t Iliirii:t rij chou 1 h the help "l aevp il 1 t he team in lun h of him t he bull lha ayina. tiller, Ii nmi ir. hy ought ti. in the throe winning 1 un km if tm genre t. 10 :t Sgalnst th tit-1 year wga arrayed a team on win i H nimi !.n of the varsity auuad oi I, nn lulling -im'. and . :i Ihere- I'lrlch of the reaulai pit Inn the Hhowina ol tha voiuw.ier fore the mora -ni pi , 1 1 1 r I . team lha alar haalda. I - -. , . 1 t ln pox tor I ha w h"l I.ee nnd N oiiuk ha!'.' Ilehwon Horaea M inn Hrho.il nmi the l '.11 ii I i h il' apael Ively "f Mm ra v I 1 r - V 1 1 "liiniln pitehar, and Plan" '" cracli balttball'gtianl '1 ha aooiai n- junloi -1 1 phnu 1 1 ii 1 1 1 i U'mpir 1 i " 'i i, n i ' ,n. i rrh ami Mali? i ratnbaeb. Ilealerti l.eauui' At ' Puihlii nil Hr-i and aanif Pi i' Topeba, ill. i I Ir III. S Mm HatrlLill P M i.t. - i. r'd. lo-dai Philadelphia - Cir.r. I ii in r.V. Rasehall. na,hlnaton Park, to-day. I earn ea. 1 30. nat n v Boston 0ai aim . .'.Or Adv. AMERICAN LEAfflm, Highlander shut Oat by Athletic, He rede to fftecnnd Dlrliton. The Highlander continue to make their Wtodup Inglorious They were barelv beaten by the Athletic yesterday, but they receded to the ecotid dlvtaton. the White Sm taking fourth place The Bot tom bent the Washington and are tied with the disappointing Highlander fot fifth place H DtM at the III ghlnnder' e fen., that the tuer icau league ehgmplon recorded their tooth victory. The rgaultai Philadelphia. I:cw tnrk.O. Ilnsfon. II: Washington. 1 MIXO or TH H.IHP ir New Vork it Roatep M Yahnigtanfi Ml l.oitln t: PC. Phitad phlattn Iielrmt M I let ela'lll it) ( hlrairn 7. st IIMI.HU. fill V I I..', I " 1 1 1 1 . A l-l t II I A . Ot't, loat a iiuickiy played plon lihlattca to-day ma i a i. "I i hi lilffhitnnvra l nntn-t 10 'h hum- j when lltey tailed to . gel a run ncrosa .nine iniiiiin-' hkiiiti-i Morgan, the Philadelphia "coring one run both Morgan ami (jutnn pitched effec tive hail, but the former having good con trol of the apltter ;i never in any danger uf belna anopad noon until the ninth, when the HIVhlAnddri tot l their RV hits DtWi 0pII6d h ninM. With (nin - h to rontro f'r n imk.p. Hi st i Mild I le er- 0,1,1 ClMniy Bnoun, oui 1 npui r-Ku iwu i nvUslill HI 1 "e oi 11 1 11 1 , ivi m tjivwiw Hert out Dolnn then singled to centre and ! advanced to second when oirtnng momen tartly Juggled the ball. He moved up to third on Chases out nt first With Dotftn on third Morgan msde a pslpsble balk, which ltneen icfused to see, and naturally Dolen did not dare come in. (Te thn rapped a sharp grounder toward a certain spot between oiling and Derrick, out Eddie r- .-red the required amount Of ground to get the bail and brought the game to a com melon , . . . In the fifth the 1 hnmnions bunched three singles off the pole and would have scored more than their solitary run hnd not Hal rhaae made a wonderful one handed catch ol Morgan's liner and doubled Up Harry off third , , In the fifth Inning Morgan hit tarl (inrd- nar on the top of the head with a wild pitch and the nuiet second baseman of the High lander Was out for some time hen he regained coneclotiangna he had to be assisted Iron. hc field. This caused a shift in the New York lineup Chase, who was playing centre, came 111 at second base, wfiile inn. the Mtoonn find, went to the centre post. lp to 'he time he was knocked out (laraner had played a spectacular game at second, having had six as-ists in the four ir,. in Ihe Dolan also tarred In fielding score NgW TORS AS Danlcls.rf. hosnlp hase.cf 2b ree.lf 3 Knight. lb. 2 HarUfll.si ctardneribi 1 elnn.cf 1 Yllllams.c Qutan.p I rat LA 01 PHI r. sS H r 0 Lord. if 4 0 0 e itldriag.of 4 I 1' 0 ColllnsJb 13 1 0 nskerJb 4 0 u Murnh) ,rf S I n 0 Davfs.Ib 1 Q 4 0 lerrick.lb 1 e 4 0 Barry.si s 3 & 0 Llv'gOti.c 3 1 T 0 Morgan ,p I 0 0 n Total N I 27 H r ? 3 2 3 0 :t 1 n 0 10 D 1 u 11 o l 0 0 1 I I ref Total 2S New York 0 0 ft 0 u 0 n " n Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 s 1 lam Philadelphia Murphy. Left OS bae Philadelphia. 6: New v ork, First bass on balli tiff Morgan, 3 struck out H Morgan, fi; bv uulon, Two bssf tut ree Sacrlocf hit IihIs. 1 hmblc clay- lOlH0l Sad I'St IS; (sain Dai r snu Davis: 1 hstc nd noisn; uiviassiooi 1 i.uit nsrry 11,1 " puriwu wui ni buiiwi Inert. wim pltrh Morgan empire m phlel IMDeen. rield umpire Rgan. Mine 1 houi and 13 minutes. H OH 1 o. ; WSSRINOtON, postoa, Oct . Boston w on the opening gsm f ttu nnal seiiea of the season li ii esse Rughcs n-. batted out of the box in font Innings 1 lie a IBHtSOTOS d h r Milan rf .t 2 0 Kchaefer.tb.4 1 Klberfeld.3o4 2 2 iesater.rf t 1 11 i' s ft.lkrr.lf -1 o n U'Rrtde.aa 1 0 1 Conroj Jb n 1 Henr.c .1 1 n H ighea.p 1 0 0 H 1ST 1 .V H H u 1 0 Henrlk n,rt4 1 11 u 0 VerkeSiSS li fl 5 ;t 1 taker rf 1 3 11 n 0 h Lewu.rfS 1 ,1 n 0 KBgle.nti 1 1 : 11 .1 Cewfaiitbs 1 I 1 2 nrsdlfl) .ib -'t 1 a o n v tlhams.'- l 2 I I 11 0 Cotttnsip 1 O fl 0 11 1 0 Totsta Si is : 1 1 vtnsmith tieckerp lotaU 'M 'Halted for Chev in the t . f t li Inning Washington n " - an u u Boston i S 0 1 " 1 n o 0 tl o 11 Ituns Washington Milan. Schaef Henrtkeen. 2 Verkes, 2 Hrsaker, 2, 1 ngle. 1 ewl I'radlej . uiia on error Hoaton. -' Washington. 1 I've- lioston. 11 Washington. " on hail or? Hughes, s oil Becker, Muslim 1 1 Lewis lptrt ha.e Left mi 1 Irai bsf 2 Struck .1 pv i'uI im ; n. tluirr.r 1 n Becker. Ihrer lmr hu i eake- rwo nine an viian --1 t nefrr SaerlOr ft-, i -sil'ev .Sifilen lu..r . I'nrle Imuhte vla ilrnrUrii aril Rradl) h'lherfeld WrBrlde anU Srhaefai Hit n t lirhe. l.all M) i'olllr Milan li Merker iBranlel wiitl pitch Hneh.rolllB ' mplre 1" . hirf 1 iinnnilv I lelil iimt'lre V. ev.ei . elt Tlra 1 hiini anil Mt inln.tiei CVEEENT SPORTING t.ossir. Hoi lil t crle Hi'ltliiR PropiiKl- 1 1on. More money aill ba sagerad " lbs result "f 1 to world's lerie- between I h t lent a and 1 he A thiol Irs than on an) smm'.ns event eer nwio in inn cwuuirj Thla i- tin' oiitulou of men who atudy am thlngn aiol who have had practical ex perience in apei iln t on Who ret er men meet nnd talk the series la the chief topic nnd ll is a id that the rival ball teams have unlimited backer Yesterday tba netting waa even money, with i'u I unaa lo ha waaered as aoon as the supporters of 'he teams could Hnd a market ek ago tthiette money predomlnateit, hut since i the tilauta have clinched the pennant ami it f apparent that Med raw's star pitchers will be at their heat New Yorkers are pre paring to unbelt foi the limit, as the gaajtb hi a as v By the tim the leatne lake the flei.i ona cck from to-morroa M ia predicted j by professional bettors thsl 'he tiiauts j will rule the Favorites at iu to t If the odds reach these ft g urea ll i outlined that i many thousands of dollar will i placed! on the Athletic nT the iat moment, for the follower of Mack'- men an- looking I for a wave of hysterical sentiment in favoi ot the Satlonal laague chaniplona At several leading aportlng resorta yeaterday I 1 in HtN man eras informed thai three wall know 11 individual- stood read) to bat 110,000, 12a, 00c and 130,000 on ths M hist lea j that they had hem trying n a1' the money ilna-n foi a week hut could And no takers. Hut to-.lav . it was satd, 'he entire amount . would he covered by a syndicate i brokera and speculators who have abaoluts con ridence m Wcdgiw, Partiaansnlp i" running nign in mis hij t Saw N orkerS ba found who are anxious ; m I .a civ the tmerlcan lavague champions, purely h mattei of sentiment Utbers imilarlv nciinad foi tne reason mat, ihey actually believe Mack's men will prove victorious and t back them Is sound 1 huslneaa Judgment, But where ten New Yorkers favor the Athletics five hundred residents of this 'own ue reads lo stand behind ihe 0lantain ths coming struggle I for baseball auoremacy New- Yorkers, it 'I <l will owi more mm . nuauvipoianB. land for thai raaon it I bellevad that the tilanta will goto the bai top heavy favorite in apiie of thl probability, liowavar( ' i. ...... I haaahall -liarn- flaura Hi" I i if Heri" even thing. I hev ineiet that lha liinntu a nmi Ihe Athletic in everv dapartmeill of ti.. gama and mat inarn m oe an eiemam ..i iu'k that will out a" Intporlani flgura ; Miiiruw lan't aaylng much foi publication, lmi p.. has Informed hla ploaaal frianda, it i- -mil. thai lha Olanta auraly will win Hal .1- iiitimatad prlvataly t lm . Mathawaou .11 idteh im well ns he did niitiHl tha lliirli 1 laiiilora la-i fall, if u"i bettor, H i" he ,ei thai he Hl aeod Maltj hkiiiii-.i the; llhlnli,'. for lha flrKl (fame will, the Mh oi nn ri'ualng lha lllanta' ronfldeilca wilh v i oi it Matty tola away with H Mar uuiird nil pitch the aeoond gama, and Mi l. raw believe that If Maniuatd in him- j aell Mack men will prove eusv. I'he Illant ran play great ball " nave; lionn an, "and thay'vagot I great pitching Muff l he Uhletica haven't ueak epol . I'hoy know how to play the game from every nngle rimed tiLcm raoantly. j, mt m every game "i me aariaa thay didn't m.'.ue a Ringla miataaa. I ballaya the world' aariaa will no rnarkad by tfary iieht hattlnv on both udes. with I'lik. playing an im portant rle. " PLANS FOR WORLD'S SERIES DATES AMD rmcEs named ton toMisa ioxtests. Mew York i;eta the rtPIt CJame --Klem. Ilrennan. Connolly and IHncen the t mplrc o Kxira Seat at Polo lirouiKln ne are of the speculators A bliay day ill ptll In by the National L commtaaton yeaterday arranging for the ' world'? iTini betyvpen ttie Giant and Ath- 1 let lea August Herrmann, Thotnat iiyneh and i itan Johnaon of the National commlaaion were present yesterday. KB well M -Tnhtt T Rrttahi prealdeni of the sew Vork vtufi ,lohn Me dier. the heareal golfer and aecre I tary of ttie National league; William itray, secretary of the Nea oik dub, and Hen Hhihe, .lohn Rhllte and ronnie Mack nl the Athletic, ifler the meeting Ihe oomml' Minn vuiteri IhP I'oln iirotindM nun it dCdrd thr.t no atrif lonill MtH will ho put in at tin' local HToi.n.i. 't in rnniirioiw At a ml- in i,.. tn.ulf i it niifl1i i'ti lM i row tin her. The Vhiv ork Cluh WOtl the to--. ti Mi' flffbl tt name IhO pinte "f the (it niitnv Hri irjirni llippd t Phtlfldflphlfl trjtOt fpiiiTM, intavre (if pni, ami HhlbC ralld he.i.u It loll n iiinl tlie fit- mime will j h plrtvrd in New York on Snuiiduy, t loher j U, he ret of Xhr trliedule n Hdipted is , mm luunwn wnooer in, rniwnwipawi 1 iivn 1 vm . 1 , 1 11 imufi iniin . in, " iwi 3, Thiladelphii Ie.'ardln potponen games and related matters the commission makes the following announcements ll cse a tCbtdtlled tatrtf be postponed fof legal cause or shall end with a snore tied 11 lisll be plar(t off rn the grounds on which It was originally scheduled before the game following It In ihe schedule for the grOUDdl of the opposite club is played If the standing of the learns shows the ptoba' j btllty or gfeajslty for the pla lng of the .Mcnth I game to deride the winner the grounds on which euefe sr enth game .hnll tie played HlUSt he I determined, as provided by the rules, bv the I oonnlsslofl bsfori the comntencetneni ol the 1 stith gan'e. The place of the seventh game is decided I bi lot in case of an Incompleted game I ttrkats are aood tor the dav on w hich It is played off The umpires appointed are Klein and Brennan of the Vatlonal liOague and Con nollv and Oineen ,of the Amen an LiagUS. The official scorers will bs Framls Rtchtef of Philadelphia and 1 . laylor rtplnk Ol Jist. Louis, The headnuarters of the Ka 1 1 tonal I ommisMon Will be the W a Idol f in New org and Mfllei ue-Stratord in hlladelphla John Heydler nnd Robert 'I SleHoy wilt he the litisiness representatives , I of the K at Ions 1 t'ommlaslon 0 The follow ing prkes ol sd mission will a 1 prevail 0 ! Philadelphia Boxes and lower grand 1 1 stand reserved, 13; upper grand stand ittrst 0 1 twelve rows 1 res'r ei . .' balance, - n general admission, ll 0 New lOSk lloxera, lower grand -tand reer ed . w5 uppei grand stand reeerved, general admission, i ihe oommlseloti issues this warning The public i cautioned sgalnst paylag higher prices thaa those nsed In this bulletin t u romptl siohi which ha Uir a-uranrr of hear' 000 ci at ion froni ihe municipal authorities of each city In the iup rea.nloi of ticket scalt Ing. redueata tatront i purchase ressred tickets ml: front the rerreentatl r or cmtiv mi ur reaualr nlaee of air All games will liegfn al 3 n lm k, nnd 1 is announced 1 hat spectators w J noi be permitted lo not roa h or -taud on t h laying neia at any point, nnouia mere pe h temporary 10 no 11 must os not less ttiatt feet from the plate if in left ..r right tieifi, nnd not loss than ?7fi feel if In centre field u the Polo ti rounds the Notional tragus hall will be used and at Hblbe Park the Amerkan League hall. I he bulletin 1 on tain - paragraph to the effect that the umpires have supreme au thonty. that they an Inflict such penalties as thev see 'it and that Hoes will bededui tod from tne offendet 'a share f the prise money attention is 1 ailed to rule i;, whh n provide- that neither one of the . 1 intend i lik.' clubs hall be permitted to pay s bonus or orlse nfto any or nil of it- players who may take i pa rt in tie aeries. 1 1 ihe list of eligible players i a follows Saw Vork 1 levorc, Becker. Murra . Snod I pms. Merkle. boyle. Pletcher, tisvlln, Mai new son. Wlltae. tmes, raodalh llarquardi lathani. Me ers. n iiaoa, neraog, urueae, nariiey, Haulette Phlladett hla Baker, Part s . Bender, Coombs, 1 ia is. Iiaaforth, Derrick Krauae, I app. ttiagaton. 1 ord, Martin, Mclnoes. Murphy. Oldrlng, p'anu Ihnna ratlin, Hat Ir l. Uorran, Mi application ! "r press sect 4 must lie inad' lo William t Wen ft, secretary of 1 h Beaeball Writsra aesocistiou, IMitladekphiii Proceeds ol the first four games only r divided s "i "ii st 1 11 players a ml the com mis 1 alon i id1 d yeateiday that tin refers to t h first f our traiii" onti tepardlesa of wh"th"i or not on - of th ni ie a tie, Mt r iu in . c c 01 th i vet 1" la taken out for th Nutional I umm'sslcn ' i-i in oi th balano 101 th htat four ifamwHi so a to t u players ill thla so per ct nt I the sr.nn'n i is in geta " ir nt 1 nd th lose;a o pr 1 pt he halt nc i divided I equally i t we n 1 he two clut (It 1 t h I tijT lour ggmea th comtnlsalon taker 10 1 jiet i jit 1 nd t he re ma Mid i i divided equally bet ww n tic two clubs president 1 nch s aaked yesi rday to H tth a much niooi d point whether th tilanta weie t ii Nation 11 leaii 110 chainnli na M I of lmi or mi.' "N n t n hundn d bnd He vi i, ' aas t he reply, there's nothing else ! to it (aked who was troing lo Win Mr I. inch , t THi'h rep lieu V'v. 01 w ; opinion . however, la not ! Johnaon dissents II Isttei ial ItHII ihe Sew orh Rsa ! Isauetl ' tie led lii in wr I Hall t illetii iuli Issl fiirhl The commission hsa Uei tiled that a tnaii order 1 accompanied b a remittance foi ilis series id; three games will br glten preference In Ihe allot men i or seat a and boxes, mi placed u lime j iiu.it Tor men appllestlota io Moiida) evening.! k-tober s it out of town orders must be accompanied bi a noat office order, ex i reft, mm e order ot a I ew eschai gc made out to the N'sttorsli Kahlpltlon I'ptnpati) 'it:. ortti r nut-it be 1 Accompanied b a cerilfetl rbech oi iohi office or espreta rnone) ordei fur the essol amount ' F.ncluaurea of mone will be a' the nendriV risks n othei remittance thsti such an apt-rifled v above wid lie returned All application! a ni remittances should be mailed to, tna few Vors Bssebsll Club. 1133 Bi iad way, Sea N oi in the- evcid of a third tame not being played thr money tor Ran.' Hi be refunde I . prase 'a Mon of the ticket a at the New York Baseball oftles fter ihe mall or Ur ft of t hi re tames have bH . niied 'i-c advance aala will "iie place t m:i BroadasVi secogd floor, on Thurtdav, October I. Ul sppllratloua for .e,i must be limited 'i Ickeia will be forwgr i"(t 1(1 'w purehsaer a hoo" ib'' ar recelvei from lha printer rii id ev s will ..nt b'- sold 1 1 id a nee. Ii it mas be proe i red si he polo tjro ind on theds! Of 1 tin faeti The rsqusata foi bases alretiP received ! beet "-o enormous ih' Hie eonurlaalon nnua ii 1 e ill te pul of tin- n i f at lot) 10 ;i laf :li den A tl gfld Will gle prefer. iCi ji far a possible t. rgi,'ftr patron nilllard. who l to di agalnal Mfr .lohn llgly, ponhip t ti It. ul hi. . l) II M ii"i llll week, pljved IWC labrg woor i' '' atreet billiard roo waa won in M" i 111 alstytwo on Moora a on, M to Alfred De tiro v ill gai .'- v aatarda Im I loyla' I'm t ..erotid in Tha alirrnoon game a by a :, 'ora of r.n i o i ; ilng In 'lie gvanlng :im. in al x I y "I ' o Inning plai i no ganiaa totlay King, th.' i humpion mi' Mrs Met i ha i rdlat ol her oh am woman fain for matchea Hha utll pav Soft to her ppponani - ion a poi k"i billiard Hrooklvn defeated Sew bus m laat niKbt'- game ol tha (ireater Sew org ami lenr handicap three l llhlon billiard to u na ment m the Rntckerborkei Itilliurd rademy in Urook'vn John HiiUinit. M, plating loi jlrooklyn, outpointed .lot1 Stone, 'l i, the e nrk repreaentattve. by the score of :ci to "i t ha highaal run oi the 'i.in.e wn t made hy sioii". Hukini made a high run of ii I'he Kiiini' laatad aetrenty inning i here are to he I Ul two urn re toumitmenl gamaa. fourteen of Ihe sixteen game hav ing already baan played Brooklyn lead with eight victoria. Nawiork ha wou -iv gamea. , i q-nignt a aamw vi iu .a Dovle's I'oriv -aacond Kriward I inudgrback n1. i h n naalnal i P, I'halpa, played at John T. reel room vt lien ill pin y lm brook -tl, w ho yv ill reprc- nt Se w oi k iioxiiik Bout TaMiltht, At the Brighton Beach a (.'.,( oney island, lo-night Krankle William and Karmar Ken, an i young Allen and Bob I'ollln will mix it up In two ten round bonis There Will tie several prelimiiiai ' bout.- and a selnl- i final of all rounds llmmv t 'off ay and Harvey Kelly , two fealherweighta. will be the attraction in the I., nigh' . MOHIU8TOWN house snow. eorge Watson's Entries steore In Many 4 lasses on Opening Day. The fourteenth annual horse show of the Morristown Field Club, which opened yesterday afternoon, promises to be one of the most popular shoas of the season. The daises were all well filled not withstand - Ing the fact that there are two other eijutne exhibitions this week, and the enthusiasm j with which the awarding Of the ribbons I WftS receivod proved that the opinion of the self-appointed .tudges along the taitl coincided in fflOSl cases with that of the' real judges, I he novice rtasSSfl arealwav interesting, as they bring out the coming champions, or at least I hev arc supposed to do HO, Somc- 1 Imcs, ataa, they bring out n deposed cham plon a lili his tad redocked ami his teeth ra dii 1 ored Heorge Watson showed s nice gelding in the opening class of the day. Mi .iii- him Morham Uladston, and ihe I blue which he won was n wall daaervod one 1 1 H Talmage's Cod 1 m, whom William Collier brought out in the mnidei! saddle 1 lass, is a splendid type of animal He a oil the class with case and it looked for a S title a though he w a1 going to carry nwgy toe prise iti the combination class. lb may have been a trifle large, however, 1 for the fudges picked little Moving Picture, who was a moving put ll re 1 a harness, to wear the 0ua fhs jttdfes preferrsd Georgg Wataona 1 ho ham I IptOp 1 nd ropAOtohi in the tandem class, to He Witt C. Flanagan's Prlttoa CharnlAg and Kataptan, but they w-re the only )iprsoiw on the grounds who did. l h is no more perfect lead 1 in the world than Prince ( haimmi, and h was surely at his beSt yesterdav 'I iptop and 1 opftotch are unobubti diy a handaome palt , but they tack the tin se of th- smaller pair and when Itatapian ajid th" rTlnoa tecived uttty a tefl roaatte then many admirers luted th-it voices m protest and refuted to be comtoi ti d 1 he two aspirants which Mr Watson I brought 0U1 In the Class for harness horses are n t an acquisition to the house ol Fiot-1 ham Cha.lie Itatrie had th bftter of the' two lie can, her Mornaffi Bonnie and sh is not half had standing st'll, hut sh has a I mixed ;,iit tnd did not seem to slse up with several of th entries who went unnoticed. Mrs, c u rl tier's .sporting bstru won the OlUe. for h is a show y little animal, ami if not too exacting ens wet i every pur- (pose pe Witt Klunagan had th h..ud aomeat horse in the ring- I hip IS ill-' llllV 1 gelding Ki ntuoky, who loo th must won-. derfui conformation and n presence which is not eurpasstrd uy any heaV) harness hoiao In th 1 ctrouti be uauatly shows a, hltoh, however, w hen asked to go on and his , aatta on not a 11 that could he desired, hut ' h in havi d so well yi sterdsy that those who watch d t IS J Indguig belleVid he wouai wm tn blue, 1 o the surprise of every on. J h took only an M .. th yellow going to waiter V llsaS bay mere Pandora Mr. Watson team, which t'hifile itarrje I show ed in t he four-in-hand class, were rlor-1 ham I iptop and I'opnotch in UlS lead and tiptoe ami I'reetop m the wheel They had the class fairly won before thev had circled Ihe ting once, for Tiptop and Top notch are right In their element in the lead Of a four StlSS Hlair drove three blgCks I and a gray from the stable of r, I. Blair and she handled them admirably, hut the judges closed their eyes to the attractive-1 ness of 1 he ship and gave the second prise to t 11 Kahn's lour big chestnuts 1 he exhibit Ion ol pairs ol hunters brought out some champion i,iniler toppers Sun daf Morning ami Kock t ieis made won- j derful performance and can led awa) the blue Mrs Brown Rolston, who was m. i Mabel Hoo!ey, rode her old favorite., 1 'rusher, ahlle Mr. Itolston showed Hletci 1 HroWU. a lid , he v del ea ted .lohn U'DOOO 1 hues drown hunters Merry Widow nnd. I .Ion Heart, Miss Caroline Bryce, who naa a more pei feet s.-at over the lumps than any woman In the shoa ring, roue the mare and they made a clean performance until Lion I tea t T lagged over t he last fence and hi ought 1 it 1 raahtng down w it h ins heels I li- awards 1 lass 1 N'ovtee hsrneaa horses over II t hand rrM prise, t?6i Rgcond price. $10 First, Ueorse ! w staon'a h a Plorhsm nlsdatonc aeoond, i ft Kahn's ch . a sar . third ' v McCUtChSO's j b m white oak Msld; fourth. Livingston VVnlt ne 'a eh g Donegal 1 i is Ha Maiden saddle horaea 14 2 hands or 1 over; Brat prise. $25, second prise, M5 First, r. p, H ralmage'a ch g lied Fos; aecond. alter t p HIUs's b c Turner; third, r H afruon'a i, Crsckahot; fourth 1 i- Whitney 'a blk, g. : Blschniuur 1 ( lass 4; stallions 3 years old 01 over, aultable for setting carriage First. Rdwsi d Mi Lean's 1 s Goldflndsri seeond. Klslnt re 1 r'fliins rh - t'hn'ui'ic Squire, third, USOTgf 1 ftaai ' as! a imbTnatios iSiite ua hmt- and imili-r hi.t nr'ir iL'.V ecmd uilr. 1IO 1'" r - ,(hsrte m letahmanna r. m ljal Idul; Uecond. Klslnore Farm - ch u riefender; third. aa ' a m tUalam U.l.v IWaMfa UIsr lleleu H Jeoklna'i hi n Rrnmgtoa I e- 4n i .wrii hHrnev. holers om-i iu i hands. Srst prise t-W; aecond prite, Hi ytrst, t w McCutchen' 1. in wbltt tak Maid, tecond. In ti Mdin-ih l- tn-Mii. dittd. t) H Ksho'a rhvs 1tkmi1 . touMh 1. Hiauarn m Lsaais T". 1, iv naani Pi ft f . ll nut I !, ! i .tin I uiin.ll i riM rem.; Rral j rir. MO; aecond prlae, KfS First, K n Hchlej sea v Isnnu aecomt. t. ti Payne a rh s Pre Mr-,-hm 1 1 ill I II Hull s t t li l.iel ' ( la- li T.imie in. nra tnr. Sri.", -notid tea l-l i.c. i Flrat, (!eorge U atson'a U, g F lor bam i ttii i'op and iiutnam Tup Vmcbi second. De wftt r Flanagan t g itHtnj 'an and Prince j i barn Ing third, o H Kahn'a rn gi (4ssar and Mtkado t iak:i Saddle horea over If hands, women t.i ride using aids aaddls; flrat prlsa, MO aseood prise, 00 Ih-i Hiss H J Ulnb'ttry or g ' klldare; iecood, Mr- Met Tinker eh. m. , i Fashion Plate: third, (ieorge Wataoo'a blk ai I lorham itiacaii- i ic-. i i Runabout hoi ev it :i nod not agreed , f ri ar ir 2 htiiids i n it prise, lit); second pi tsv. ! , iit:t. (ieorge VVataoa'a ro FHirham Knight,' fcrond. Brook Karm'a b g Trampaa ctaas fl Harueaa horaea i" ha'id- sod not en-j reeding I&-2 haiup Kir-t prlae, S7i aacond prist. , iu-i Uri V ' erii Fitter's nr g Bptirilog ii.t second, (ieorge iVataon t'h m rlorhsm lionnle; third, Wsltei V Bliss's tr m Pandora ; I fourth, De Win C I- Isnsgsn'a t iz Ken tuck I i ! i'a Meddle hi rae, 14.3 and sol exoeedtog i if." hand- First Pflae. M0; second i-rle. Tii ! urM. w v McUlbbon a i m KtHruel; aecond, (ieorge Wsiona br g Flnrhsm 'harir third. B I timber I Hacketl's br ii Moving Picture; toitrth tl h Ksbn'a br m. Audita t lata p Fni in hands Flrat prlae, a jo. i i iiecond prlae, $" Flrat, Ueoi g- Wataon'a Florbatn Tiptop, Topnotsh. Tlpioe and Tree top; aecond, ; e i ii u. dm four, third Mi" BIsli a foui e'lftn it cair "f hunters; ic be ahowo nbre.it over 'he rrgultttlon jump Prize cup First. Frederic Pull's ch m Sunds Morning, and rh ; Mork Cress; aecond, Mrs. Brown Halation s ch , rusher and br m sistrr Brow ni third. Dottny brouk I'arm'i br g Ulon Heart and bi m llerrj I IdoU i ie - jo ponies in harness; 1.1 hand ir.andari .I. mi - i, drive Pirai nriae. v?v second ni i First Klalnore Psrm'a b kttghty Atooi aecond, u t'olgnt's ch Arnold; third. Miss w hi tne n br v st i ieorge rourin. miss t Henrique's br Tinker pen t laaa 98 Coniblnstlon horaea Flrat prtss, ISO; aecond prize, 135 First, n lambtri Baesett'i br m Moving picture; aeoond. Mr m i linker's ch m Fsshloo Piste; third. K r tt 1 almage's rh g iteil Koa im noi.irs HTEKPhECIIASK Pratlire l.trnl at Laurel rails rial Hi', cause of Poor Jumping, riMona, IH'I it. i be rotumbiia Htoeulachaaa, at about two miles, wii I 10 have been Uta feature event al l4tuil 1 1,)., afternoon, but 'be ttrel rai through il eld lunied out he a la !V Five ueiii tn the poat, but Plabold, lha fn voi lie wa ' It only one to clear l ha aee- i mid lump Hi" other refuaed end this; peiniiMetl l'i hold lo ko I ! m ahum in trout the entiie i. ni. net Ma iieMan was attar ward aen'l ov.'i' the courae nnd took second i money. Madrlr.illan. who won ihe feature j event on the Hilt, run for ihe first time tn the colara ol I1 1 Walker, who purrhnaad htm nt Toronto from Mra l.ivlngaton. 'I here will i" a nove it v rare on Saturday in whirl, the atarter will be two horses I and tie same number oi men nnd aula mubilek, A'hlie next Monday will be ladies' dav. .i i .nes ii Keena'a liliarloua, who1 i,a- nol rarad In " long time, worked a mile 1 between the race In i ill n n prepara- i tion i"1" 'b Ritltiniore Handicap, which will be run on hiaturdny i he aummurlei l'lrt I tan M furlongi Tippy, im -iinii-kin, . r. tn '.. won. Lord Weiif ion (Obert, - ia i. iaeand; Hcarlel Pimpernel, i;i iKorahand . t , mini. Time, l:l.V.V Huiky tad. t ia;. lev. Rye Straw. IHghllown, VggrnalOB and r irelfcnre alae ran. -,'i.nid Raei rive and a half furlongi Maimbllcan, H" irorohandi, ti to won; ftfon -leu v . '" ii''"rMii.. in m i. Mrortu ' ongre. n mii .lairr.. lln il'c.il.', U tn '2. third Tl'rtf. Dpi, p.". Madrtver. i.biie England, Jante libekary. shreve. Matrr Jlnt, llrinaiia ami Cornelia ai-n i ia. Thlrd Race onr utile Madrlgallan. im till run. II 10 '- won Uliealain Mar... In, ilior don', l-i t" -rcii'i. i ihirt, tna llaaiti. 'i m i. tntrd. Tilt.. 1 41 - "' Upelll nd ami Hag man also ran Poiirth Race steanlcehae, aboul two mile hi. -hold. 1A8 (Kermatlp, a io :. won: Magrlisii l.ta1 , ti' Howard.. II lo :. second. Nn third iinie. ft:iA34 larkle, Coiumblan end How Ahun' Von refiiaed. litth Racfl Sla fiirloag Coonay K . iu. iBvrnei. A lo 1. won: .1 H Haughlnn. Ill tliugagi, n to 3. tecond; Abraalon, mft ilhiili, it' m I. ittirit Ttme, rtajl sir Kdward, rom. liond. Top rv'nia. ia Amatta. lloetar Barklev. l.urliic It I ,.!... II.,, ,,a Vl.mMl alcn r.n si.th lucr One nut and a litlaaaik iiievitr. ana iprak . A to I, won; Corinth, on (atael.l , ( to , i vr,.m ssrv Irrn.-e imt IPorenandl, i" t, third ' I Mcohd: grvlfaea, io Time, 14 1 1 Bd K i ... 1 1 iinliinan also ran. AtrrniwontLAs. XocomoMe 1912 "36" TOWN CARS We announce immediate delivery of "30" Limou sinea and Landauleta 'Adm Ja.iaafl.Tl1IHlTln Nnrttirrn N. t. DaaMW IRBBNE IIOTOM CAB CO . (WW a.hlnitumSt.. Newark. N. J. Brooklyn Daalef I. S. RRIISDN MFC.. CO., 1410 Bnlliird A' Brooklyn, N v. JicmobUffi AMONG TBE AUTOMOBILISTSl 1 TOI' OH OLIDDBN THir POSED nut an;. vita- Wratrrti OriMlratlM xunaje! i oaai 10 I raaal allonal Rellablllly Tour CtoMira Mart'- ReeeBtl) n witomo- hllr Run OlbCf MolorlnB Maller. v propeallion ha baB moif by a Paclllo i . DiiHt aniomobila organlaaHon to hava a 1 raihPT- lerrlfvlng Panama -Haclllii ralabra i ,1011 i nn in im". I' la lo have the A A . I national rallablllty tour from the Atlantic roail i lha Pari I'm l hi very ronalderablo j lonrnev. Hie Woatornora ay. will ba aaay of BCOOmpllihmonl if alforta are made from Inn on to luiilil up national hialiwav ani ami -i.i Inaamuoh aa many paraon nrr axpaotod to vlalt California whan tna world' lair i on tlie ortanlBatlon in- it foiwanl ai an eniirel natural tlunir that mam ahould coma t'1 automobile. Making lha Hltddan tour- lor whataver i 1 will 1 ia I'll.' met- Bonn- :i,oo miioa or mors ia an eaay thing when it come u 1,1 MiHkiliaF SI1 1 tfest ions HUt HI hiipIbs! folks In am great numbers ti ,?", foiaa m auj k la.ni'1 Mil Hffrt.t a B lOlltest Ot eeil entei u trip ! is mote difficult mattei It may Pe lha , VairiieB aee further Into the future westerners than others ami thai tnes hellee iross country touring will be a thing ot minoi ,..., -,,, rnunte of yearn from now ' Imoortance s i ouple ' en cniirse there has been much more Iran nnnitnaaltal tiiur In the I sat few month continental ring th last few m I Kf..r.. hat H has been at the I than Mv.r before, hut It Iih expanse rf great discomfort t tlmee by ie,ik who have a large amount t time to ' spars it la s different thing when ii cornea to H (-onteet.and inoas who may be witling iu spend a fortnight going t, tt,p Bottth will hard!) be able to aee the profit or rea son in taking a month or more journeying iu tha world'e fail In iaia Heitic ul i ; thai tt is a guestion of spending a a rest Ideal on roads that now aslat and a ;resi iie;ii more to put in roads where none I to In found at this lime t hen seem to I be many objections to ait A. 4 S Unit of i this Hurt and few in Be htvor in lha laal law wk ihara liav ban man chania niada ui projai'lad on huio raubllc row. I'lio annomuad inova "i iin Miuhall i'ompanj to ilia aouthwaal rornar of HlxtyHri atrial nu.i liroadway mail' ii nacaaaary foi the H li V ul 1'iillman aaani'lf, lo 1 1 1 i l 'lie I'lillman went i" sut v- third ii raal . ui lo tha aaal of Hroad way and it"' H. II. V deported lo quarter at Kilty-fourth atreat and Rroadwa) . what it wtiHii's witl, tli l.an--la 'n tl" northeaal .tuner Later on Ilia IWO Will lie foitud in a Imildlng on Waal Fifty-fourth atraet. ll III I II' ' 'l"""'l WWl! ..Ill- I. .- ... IHH amndaltad for tha ii-.. "I tha automobile concerna The Oldstn le company I planning ;v I move to tha aouthaaat comer of Klfty-flrat street und Broadway, diagonal!) croaa from Us old iiuarter Tne Oakland agency i I estaiiiished at i"1"1 Broadway i lie Amarlcau-Marlon company win aoon he established in the place the Thomas uaed 'to have a' Broadway and si n I hi id at reel . , tiuitting Ita quarter at i lftyaaventh al real laud liroadway I'he Hal company will i remodel the latter building 1 a to im a a I larger plaee for Itaelf, whe-i iha I'nrhartt sales Company got out of it- place in iiii Broadway thut gave an opening to the Hupp Corporation lo eatabllah It aw lork branch for lha aala I Of the I! I H 'at- It well a- Ihe llupp- Y eat elect rlca It J tartar, who wa with the ll .1 lioehler company and alao wan alatrict manager for . aw i ork oi tha Met. - L-ei Motor v ar iuiiiihiiui win iiuhmv in e i .in. Drwurn " ute niiuuvuruurauun w t Hoerther has leaaad b door in the bulidlug oppoaita tne Automobile Club of America on Waal Hftyfourth street to be used a- a maintenance iiepartment for atioual cara wnlch he sell- in this district. Ite-tue- local men for Ho' shop emnlov ees oi the factorx in Indianapolis also will work on tne curs It is planned to fit up a complete automobile plant in miniature. Ml used car- will be put through the shops before being put on tha market air, Poartner wave mat o many National cara have been placed of late tha' the eslah lishliietit ol ll er i naceaaan depart ment was highly IT the rule ol the A A. A f ontest Hoard is , ami-fingl I'laying with net old lime dash that no parion cohnectad with tha trade land accuracy Mrs. Pouch, ably assisted in may get an Oftlcial al g rgca meet then! Ulea Handy, gained the first set at a there is no chance thai Ibe man original I v J ben it looked as il Miss Hotchkiss and Miss selected I" act as starter at l airmont I'aik Hiowning would be eliminated, but they I will lie all looks like I the task weil to hold down I ii' oi i a certainty thai Wagner w ill gel I llaltih De I'alnui will drive a Mercer in I the Kalrmont lin k meet, it has been an nounced lleorge Pohertaon, according to one I chronicler, is at tha wheel of a llunsod ! touring car This is an iinagram, not an automobile. The new committees for 'he vear were announced at the quarterly meeting of the members of the Automobile Hoard of Trade held at the S'a ork headouitrters. ; l-'ast Forty second street, yesiordav i'he com mit t ees at e Patents f c Hanrh. w. II antierioort. L. It Klttrrilge, A Maratdrv. laufttlatlon and i.aw a, H, gtllwell, William I Hrnt. Albert I. Pors Trade H O. Smith. B. R, nennn. w p. Metz l.r. f. W. Churchill. W T. White. AOTOMOBILM. The Locomobile Company of america Nnw York Branch 76TH ST. & Broadway. Intercourse and Arbitration G. W C. Shepber.1. J. W. Gllaon. Statistical Benjamin Brlacoe. P.. J. S Clarke E. Daniels. P. Cbalfaoi. 1). Waldon. Good Hoada U D. Cbaplo. S. .t. n, wiina Show Grorfe. I'ope, Alfred Ileei-aa, M. Downs. PUbttdfy Alfred Keeves, K. R, Fatep, H. L. w r oru . Mechanical CooperatlOB A. L, Hiker, I). Kerf a Kon. r Bi Bteamsa " w. NasBi ii R. Oonta, There was a representative gathering of the companies comprising the Automobile Hoard ot Trade aa follow A'ltocar ("nmpany. M. 1.. huam: Mulck Motor Compaay . W, lecano . Cadlllao Motor Car , Company w, C, inland, csrtsrcgr Compaay, ; W, ( . Inland: Chalmers Motor Company. Huah ' 'ha Inter : l ' kr.orc Manufactm ing Com pan v. , v. c. i -eland. Jacksoa Automobile Company, G A. Matthrw: Knox Automobile Company A. V Mayo l.ocomoblle Company of America. , s. T. Davla. Jr.. Marquetts Motor Companv . . c Kuirninaott; Metsger Motor Car compam . W k lletager; Mitchell Lewis Motor Company, ; .1. M. ( ram: Mollne Automobile Company. A M : VanDer00rt; Moon Motor Car Company. K. J. 1 Moon: National Motor Vehicle Company, C. C, Hanch: Nordyke A Marmon. C. C. fianrh: Oak land Motor Car Compan. W, C Inland: Old Motor Works. . C. Iceland: Peerlea. Motor Car Company. L.H, Klttredtr; tierce Artow Motor car company. Charles citfton. Pods Ifanvfastur i ut Compan. Albeit I.. Poie; Premier Motor Mauufacturlntr Company i H Q Smith. Rapid Motor vehicle Company W, C. Iceland; itellance to or Truck Oatnpani . W, C, Iceland; BeWrn alOIOr Vehicle I'ompanj . It It Salmons: F. I. Mtearaa Compaay. i . B Stearns: K H Thomas I Motor Company, r. r, tiumpac' Cnlted states Motor Company. Alfred ReeveSJ the White Com j pany, Wlndaor T, white. Wltfya Overland com pany. Charles v .tiitSeson. Wlnton Motor Car rlage Company, V, . ctmrchiii. HI V VM S. Keen ris In Itnuble for Women's Metro politan i hamplonshlp. Play n ihe women'-) metropolitan cham nUltlBkln v -.-I Am .... t t. ....nrla nf I V. i ' . .w.ia . iu NN iHt Side Tetnil Club wait devoted RlOOtly I to the doublea, and though ihe matches were not numerous what did take place wars of a vary high claai Two pairs won their way to the filial round, and these wen I Miss Haei Hotchkisa and Hlai idalatds i Browning In the top aaotlon ami Miss Kior-' anoa Button and Miss Dorothy Organ iu tha lower aactlon. Tha final, alouir with ihe aeini-nnal of the smlea. will come off t his af ternoon I On account chiefly of being the llrat to I be called the ntatch ttetween Mifts Sutton .and Miss lireen and Mrs. Bftrger allacb and Mr, llaorgg M. t htipnian in the semi final attractad tha main aharaof the gatlary, which was ib. blggaii of tha tournament ' ao tar. and ill fm t the best ever Keen at I his j Allure ib" player were aaalgnad to the I en. ill nearest the . lubboo-e. ao that Itiose j on t he et autla and on t he steps of t he piu a I had tl splendid view of the match I'h-. ; order ot the service wa- Sutton, t'hapman. 1 , 1 1 reen and Wallach, ami i hough M iss Button gamed the Mrsi two points by Nome nlca I placing ahota Mra. Chapman broke through 1 her after deuce and won the opening gain" , Although the playera bad aa pal not warmed I to their work there were some last tallies on 'he nei gain" w'han, alter deuce twitp. the game Want to Miss HuttOn'l aide. Miss ttrean lost heraarvloa game, and Mr Wal ' lach winning her service game made the tallv :i I in lavor of ths ex-champion j Two games in quick BUCoaaalOg for Miss Button brought the score up to :i all. Than games apiece made it . all. after which Mra Wallach, wilh two games ran out the act at tl i, Ihe last game being a love one on Mrs t hapnian' service. Mias Qreen opened the second set serving and showed some of her best spaed by clout -ing out a love set the neM game wa- re I markable for its looSiralllaa, and on are It went to daucefour times, to be finally cap Itured by MlaaButton. Inn whirling shower i of smashes the next three games were tallies lor the girls, leaving the si ore u iu their favor. I hey were outplaying Mrs Mai;, o h nun virs , nnpman at ever) point. I bapman at llo.iign ine laucr air i ame wnn a spurt Which netted them two gamea in succession With Ihe figures .', I in their lavor Mi-s Sutton and Miss tlreen made the ne.vt one, casllv getting the set at a J. When Ihe umpire i ailed seis aplac there was reat intetest and the liluvers went a. it lor nil thev were worth Miss flsun again put the set in commiaaion, but her pponantg Proge tnrougn tier tor ttie first i iranie i here was another auurt on the nart of the Billion aiua anu may nppen oui n, games w ithoitt a break, t wo being love ones ibis brougbl tba score I 1 for Mlaa Mutton, and in the next game Mrs alla h and her partner made ibe last giau'd stand by mak ing .-. love game i he last game reached deuce twice for Miss Sutton and left the set i at H -' aUg Hotchktaa and Miss llrowtiing niei .vita n niiitiii ii i uuyn. toe latter all i'v national champion, in their match in the It i siayeu muni au nurani hwiii in low noil two sets, which i hey won comfortably . get ting the match at . a. n J, B I . Tba summury: Mi'tropolltaii championship: Women'. Double Seiul-tlnal round Miss rinrrnre Sutton and Miss Dorothy Urn defeated Mrs llarger-Wal-larli nnd Mr- (lecrge M Chapman. ..?, A ': Miss llnii llolchklss and Miss Adelaide BrOWnTng defeated Mrs. William H Punch and Miss I dllh Handy. 4 a. a :. I Mixed Doubles Plrsl round Mrs It R, Man vel and Joseph Condon drfeatrd Mrs McDavItt and l.yle Bi Mahan. a I. a 9; Mrs. (iaorge M Chaiiman and A llolmea defeated Miss Allele Cragtn and Arthur cratln. a 0, a I gaeOBQ liniinu Mrs. rreoerieu senmltz and A Boy, defeated Ml- Kl-le little and Richard II palmer. I. I . a 9; Mrs. (liorge M ( hap- man and s Holmes defeale.l Miss ll thy Green and Calhoun l'rgtn, A ..A 9. Miss Hael Hntrh- klss ami canton i i.arnner uereaten Mrs. and III Humpgreya, o, a i. Women Consolation Singles Miss Resale W'rlfht defeated Mr Blum by default; Miss May Halllu defeated Mlw Kmlly Delia. 4. 19 AtTOMonn.m. L'atd aad endoraeu b tuu uatltu, daaier, aj aUorar Ik world, boo. W. HoBm.n Mnfr. . aiaaopolla, Ind. N. V. Ufflo. I TarU v.n 200 HORSE POWER FIAT RACER WINNER LAST YALE HILL CLIMB wliWH UST four JIFFIKOH KILL CUM Coat ll.mn Immf Jlairly HOSKAM St OTT CO., asli n ff I7AI II v SIMPLEX, 90, 1010 Tt ton., parfsci ituskstn s it o . 1 , . 1 1911 CADILLAC, 30 I pa touri.ia Hoskant geott, iti RENAULT, 1910, 20 30 Taan'ic' . overh'di perfeet Roskam Ncoti . ISOTTA 1911 psjivngr -i h P ear i" t of at irv. than half ' S.I I tH MOTOR 4 A It C O., lit WaahlngtO'i St ... Nrnari, PIERCE-ARROW 1910 floe 7 paifrr. ryilrd'r. Tl I , ., a. - Vtn cornpinri cquijiiiu q nil I rrfV.ri EI-I.IH MOTOB t All OMI'4M 114-ua WaaMnrtori st . ?"ew Jmrr Dealers Pierre Arror rr. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE aSSSal AIfT SEUJEM OT AH rouoBtiA oomanciAL rr.m CLSa GAJUOC& Tmea con p. MBNTft A1SO REPAIR COM PAKIP.& WILL ALWAYS f;NT BDIIKTIIINC OF UTTKRErr IN TH! OOLUlfN. " MITCH F IT -We are moving to our new service DUtkUSI about October 1. Below la a list of o r ussu arv We do not want to carry them Wltn US we aasg the room and the money. We have tatted them with prices which ahould be attractive Kaon ona of these cars has been thoroughly ovcrasuletl, repainted and la fuarsnteed. All are Mulppeg with top, lampa. horn and tire Irons, aome wltn wpidahleld and ipeedometer also luos so h. p. tourlnf car . vi lSOS 2ft h. p. roadster a 190ft S!V h. p. tourlnt car arii 1000 SO h. p. touring car. . So lfOf 40 h. p. touag car . 7.V1 1810 ao h. p. tourlnt car. Ms cylinder l.onj MITCHELL MOTOR CO, OF NEW YORK, 1S7S Broadway. Trlephone:--S4AfM ol'imn Al TOM Oil II K lUIP.AINs i ASH OR TIMK PA1 MFATS-laie modela, all Standard maken Also timks ami fOln, Fresh im Hoe. at SO'p below regular prlc.. TIHKS HQ. AI TOllOBfl.K CO largeat fVatera In the World i;oM-i;ist it'wu.T, saih st BAKER vkhicli: CO, Itfj w . USED BAKER ELECTRIC COCPK. stw HOPE. VICTORIA AlfD LANpAULCT; ovi i HAULED AMI IN KXCF.LLKNT CO.VDn'l ' 9400 AM UP. CUSTOM KR retiring from bualness driirr- u sell 3 ton Motor Truck: great bargal ' iiOTORS KNfilNKKRINi; 4 BALEfl CO . MO West Mth JCST OCT New ItU Met "22' . 4 c I v.a r rooled: finest 2 paas. car of Its a'.e bull. Uoaeii high tenalon magneto, top. gaa lamps. 4c. MU MKTZ MOTOK CO., 312 W cat Md at. ! "KHlf itl'NABoCT, fully equipped; lljoi USSdj at big dlacouui. W. P. MALLO.N ITOJ i Broadway. CHALMKRS "FORTY" TOURINlJ Us r built and repainted. C. UUW ISSl brysii. Na Y. CHALMERS j guaranteed. C l AHS DOW, rebuilt, repainted 1(127 hroadua, . clP CARfl BOUGHT AND BOLD. ?oth Century Co., 17dn IVwav. cor. Mtll Automobile loatructluu FOR OWNFRS. propectlve owners, ma i feura, thoroughly practical coueae. day or evt nlng; booklet on remjeat. WEST BIDE Y II 1 SIS Weal 57th St Telephone ZHio Colnmh MOTOR CAR DIRECTORY MOTOR COMPANY Si isw B'way, cor. si 7ia i6 coluinbua Trlapaoaa. I , iliVCe .1" utri" Sold an.l 1 xrhane" I ALL SiaatS i im.-s s i. Alio Co . i7n H BE NZ Vim Import ('" ot Am" Ml a W est H'll St . N auicK Motor Co HU Sts. B'way, batwraa i Phon ii Coltimt CADILLAC Cars. Parts. Itepair-. Coluinbua Cirri. Tti sTfiRRiN 1888 BROADstAY 6iJ i I'hone 30 oliimhu- iVERITT SBr HENRY Crawford Thomxui i iMU B'wa . el KNOX ktiox lutiinobtlt Company, law, i gu Broadway. Phone V uarinuil POKHTNKH MOTOBCAH Ul.. NATIONAL R'way (tMth 81.1. Hi"""" aaavvMCII NA JtWEIX-BRWCOE MAXWELL .-, 'veil r.ti ,it 1'hon llJ Scudder. LT.t Co SIMPLEX All maki1- Phon C 1171 Hi.u't ' ilurobui ' tn Na' li'wa;. or. Tal. lib SPLITUJrir MAGrttfO Walton A 4 iMla " llranrh IMO BrU WHITE w' Co., Broadwa) aad I'hone CoL UP Benl H'im defeated Ura Henryi I, h gerond . Ml V.1.U Hound Miss niv Hart'" rt'f' i raKin rt I. a II Miss l.rrir... iTorra Safcalad Mis- Urs-lr Wright hy ilrf.'i , Miss Klitabeth Bunre dafealad atiM Mav Hi . r, o, a ? I ffOftj HAMMERS HAItltl Keferee Save, ( oloreil Fighter I rom knnrkaiil nl National . I Before a comparatively amnll crowd lm j Hoa. the New i astle hegvyweiglil, " ', Morns Harris, colored, of Phi ldel I Into g atat" of h ilplraaneaa III th' ' round at tic National Bpoitlng 1 '' 'night Harris was aaved from u prohah I knockout hy the referee, In ih " 'round boss Iloorcil his anUtgnnlal I'" I TOUnd boss I and in tha l.nal round liarri wa ail over the ring in such ii ni.iiiii was on the verge of coii.'ip end came. First Hound Ross hamio In th body with several lift w I, Old the right lo the n"ck. Hani dropped from a hook under th ' ho managed to clinch and avni smashes Ross worked iiini to ". and rocked his head with a gtrni Harris retreated under 'I' thi' wild counters, but Hoaa kept on steadilv and had the round Second Itonnd a lloss resumed h smashes Harris held In a longji llll' wrestling. Ross had lots of steam 1 wallops and the negto linallv reele'l ir left on the iaw lto-s then knocked down w ith aiintlini -w ing iu the tnl Harris taking n count of nun vt 111 got up he was groggy am was grit' beaten to the floor lor at but lie got up pluckilv it her count ' 1 and took nt tierce punching. Ross knockout , but t he gong worked halo came to I he u rescue. Third Hound Man i opened w II ' left in the body and Hush iiUM m rli to a corner With a hard right on of the head he made the negro re' in the mouth put Harris down and got ii' Rosa lloornd him again, al-. on top of him Harris waa a pun when be arose and (toga punched it he was in ntlggr stieel Mam ,i... mi.es und lloss holdinir him . me left ' I "t itiu .eil llll left pounded bis bead with hall I '! right banders Harris was wahh m-r',, ami as he tottered to a corner Ibe re stopped the bout. Ross waa a sure wiuuer-