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THE SUNT, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1912.
TIGERS TOIL IN SECRET
Varil fids Seriniiiuijiu f Over
mi Hour I'omlN'ton Tries
SAM WIIITK'S MATH HACK
Oitltlic Wljrht. Kiipo All Right,
!Mplns Old Process in
ThirU of Fiirhl.
HARVARD SLAUGHTERS SCRUBS.
l Tnnchrtfmna Scored by Attack
l.cd. hr Wendell unit Hrlrklry.
'AUBRIDOI!, MAM Oct. 1. With till'
entire coins of varsity roaclies behind
them Harvard's resulara ran line mound
the "crtilui tills afternoon, motlnK K
touchdown, from which three Koala were
kicked, for 11 tntal of .1!) iwilnt. It unit
by far the ItniUeat football of the year.
me vnrsiiy uniotne riiiK eveiy attempt or
the Sfcoiiil teiun hy ruxhlim or hy the use
of fonvnrd pauses, and when the regulars
hail the ball themelvc. theie win no
stoppltu; them. Kunr of the touchdowns;
,,.-ir niMiif ny imp ursi niruiK men nnu i
two liy the Htltntltlllea.
Oardncr ran Ills team well, ami after I
. liall ll.l l.n.H rtn..tn.l .tr...... III. I
STUYVESANT STARTS OUT
Oven helms IlnckpiisiK'k Klcvon
on Its Own 'I'crrilory by
2(5 fo 0 Score.
r.nalewood HlRh School, due to the oppo
union on the part of the parents of the
nuinerout ;l:i it. Thte 01 four V ed
uctions urrldctitu befell plnycrs In the
school at KriKlewnod the past few yrais
and the schedule laid season was abruptly
ended for that reason. It Is said that
some of the students who like the Kame
are talUltiK of cliuiiKltnt their course to
some other school where the pastime Is
Poly to Mix It With Manual.
BE CALLED OFF TO-DAY
J ufarturers wilt meet to-day for the allot
ment of space to Its member who will
pnillclpate In the New York, Chicago ami
SHELLING SUSPENDED FOR LIFE.
in linn Scouts Sent Out
in Solicit Curs.
p.iMTTON-. N. .1. net. 1 football
rr. -p on t'nlverslty Field whs sectel
(m the (lrt time this season heip this
ifternoon on the ce of the llutRers
(jni The n.itrs wi'ie closed to nil vial
(pm for nrr an hour, while ('unnlnchntn
, ii h' .usltv men tlmnigli a bard scrim
mnse w'th thp second eleven. Several
rsrllr.il chanKcs weic made In the lineup.
,-npt Pendleton was shifted to qunrter
hjrk. where hp played last fall, but
worked on the scrub Instead of the flist
eleven In to-da's melee. This clianxe Is
r.lerpreted by the OrnnRe. and Ulack sup
porters to slcnlfy that the Tlijer captain
will be placed permanently at this posi
tion when Tubby Wnller Is ready to take
his place at left halfback. Stewart Maker
took Pendleton's place on the varsity to
day Goldle Wight, varsity end for the past
two seasons, who was kept out of the
if pames last jenr on account of an In
j'iry to his knee, not Into the scrimmage
for the llrst time this afternoon and
seemed to have lost nono of his old time
prowess. His appearance, to-day. coupled
with a statement by Keeno Fltzpatrlck to
the effect that the bad knee, ts practically
healed, has overcome for the present nil
fear among: the undergraduates that Sam
White's former running mate, would not
V ablp to cot Into the fray this year.
Hotey Haker was back at left halfback,
but Po Witt and Dunlap remained on the
One touchdown was scored by the var
sity tn the forty minute scrimmage, be
lnr the rpsult of Ktew Baker's dash
around right end after a series of tine
tluneing had brought the ball to within
striking dlttance. The coaches announced
that the ll.-up of the team In to-mor
row's game will be the same as that
whlch-started, n-alnat Stevens on Saturday.
the ball had been carried down Hip field Violfllltc 1111(1 O'l.iollV l0 Hlllli
for morp than sixty yards he nutdp a I ... , ., , . ,
forward push to Smith acioss the ko.iI, 01 OroUlHl UUilllll' 101
line. A few minutes later Hrlekley Inter-1 (!.,, Virlnl'S
cepted a forwurd pass, romping down the I 111 '"'
Held elitlity yauls for another spore, and
soon Hrlekley crossed the scrubs goal , . . . ,i..
line again on hard pluiiKe, after Wendell ''! " ,,m', i -u u V f iii,
had broken free for seventy yards through llaekensark al (tnlnnl I icld, llack.-ima ck.
tup mwiille or th lino and in a plav In " run) v.vmii "i""'" --'.-".. ........
which the Harvaid caplaln bowled o er . decinlve vielorv, rolliine up a ecore of 2tt loo.
four men. Fellon received another pass "'"S9?!,1', .V.r.'.": LV.'.i'! Ji.Vi'rih!Jl,. . !
for the fourth touchdown and thp others
were the. result of n seM'iity yard run lnnvliu ml ibelr I'oiich.w thai I hev were I In1
gun lino n sienny
fifty yard advance by hammering the line.
I'uni li l.nrsnri of Mn nil nl has nrramted
llh Conih Slitri' of I'oly In bring the
M.'itiiinl foiilliiill ..iiiinil over lo the I'o I -
OOAh IN I'KIML ONLY ONTKifnTXiniTp'i,.ili'? ' ""Thu'i'ili ' s. LKS M.'.XAfJKWS COXKKK
give I lie two sull.'iiis nil hip nani worn iiipv
trim i imil If no moip I'olv nipn eel hurl
It will put thti team III tine shape for iIip
ONE MORE NEW YORK A. C.
OFFICIAL RESIGNS HIS JOB
second, and onlvonce during the game was
the goal in Hanger vioienie nn'i u i.cinv
nonvlm .il Ih.ilr u'li.w thai I lleV WITP 1 lie
back of a kick bv I.oifun mid n stpiulv I rlirln mun for ilimr lolm bv brilliant exhibi
tions or broken llelit running ami line
pluuiilug. A lluil was uiicoverpd In rras
i.flllll u in. iirnv.H I I miself a tower of
strength In hieakltiL- up plays and getting
III man who lin-ai ui-ri'tu i n i
sti-r. wltha llttlpoai blng, ItliN liilrtoeausp
no pnd or troiiblp ngalnsi the fiitnn; ader
sarlcs. For llarkeiisack Hip only man
that showed reliability was I'npt lay llol
burton, who ran mid punleil well.
The first tnllv was mailed the last flfteen
seionds of the first half, when (I Iteil y
ran hack a punt rorly-nve yarns or a loiit n
down, lteichert falleil to 1. ti l; the goal.
In the third uuarler Stuyvesanl tilayeil lis
best. After getting the ball on downs at
mldneld Tatnni, Vlolente mid Htili hert ad
VHtiertl It about twenty yards. I hen Mn
lentp again look thp ball on a delayed pas
qiiI nrrlml It i'IaHF llimilll tllP HlP fltld
secondarvdefenciifor a tnuohdown. Ileirh-
crt kleltiHl the goal, ma King nipm-urn '
l.i .v... rniiriK n.irmil Mi ii v vcsn nt had llttlp
opposition and raised the seorp bv two
tnorp touchdown", thp first by iolento on a
shirt and delayed pass through the llpp for
twentv vnril and the second by () Kellly
on a line plunge for three yard
l lm lineup
Itleht (tuinl .
I, lent end
Second Lieut. Breen Snys He In
tends Fighting Present
Policy of Club.
GLASS AND GOSS TO RESCUE.
Old Time Gnsrdl Work With Yale
I.liirnii'n In Secret Session.
S'n- Haven. Oct I Ther were more
uddltlons to the squad of Yale coaches at
the field this nftprnoon when the players
reported for their second day of secret
practice Among them were fieoree floss
nd Ed (.lass, who spent the afternoon with
tne linemen ex-t'apt 1. H iliglnw 3d.
-rho paid particular attention to thetackles,
nnd .lack Field, head roach last year, who
norked with the backs.
There was an hour of secret work and a
rrimmage during which the variety showed
up remarkably well. Tho varsity man
aged to scorn three, touchdowns against
he scrubs and through tho scrimmage
Hvnn. a new man who was not at the field
Met year, played a star game and made ,
ene oi ine loucnuowiis ins worn was
prlnclpallv In line plunging and he torp
hrougli the scrub line spveral times for
good gains. Thother hacks for the greater
iart of the time were Markle and I'um
nelly Capt Spalding did not po into this
-erimmagp at all, but watched it with the
res lies. Coon-y sprain-d his ankle dur
ing 1 1 workout
LAUDER RETURNS AS COACH.
olnmbta's nnieball .Hrii(or of ills
rnra Alio IteengBKrd.
Harry A Fisher, graduate manager of)
Skirmishing already has begun In the
election battle that members of the New
York Athletic Club hae been expecting
slnco the early spring, when Hugh II.
Uaxter, the first lieutenant of the club,
resigned his ottlce on account of dif
ferences with the board of goernors
over the reduction of the salary of Ath
letic Director Glannlnl nnd others who
had been In the employ of the nrganlia
tlon for years.
Tlr. John SI, Hreen, the second lieuten
ant, has followed liaxter's lead, and to
use his own words, has resigned "to be
come a high private and fight In the rear
ranks." Though Mr. Ilreen banded in his
resignation on August 26 and It was ac
cepted at tho September meeting of the
board, the fact that he was arrayed In
opposition to the party In power became
generally known only yesterday. In ex
plalntnB his resignation he said :
"The New York Athletic Club Is only
In Its Infancy, nnd I expect to do my
share of work for It In the future as I
have In the past, but there Is no doubt
that for the past year the club has been
going downhill and that can only be
blamed on the powers that be. s a
part of the administration It was not In
my power to criticise anything that was
done, and teallzlng that n tight was Im
mlnent and necessary, there wn nothing
for me to do but to retire to the ranks
and take part In the struggle for the hest
Interests of the club.
"When Capt. Halpln teturned from
Stockholm we had h talk. In which I
told him of some happenings that I did
not like, He naturally upheld the ad
ministration and thought that I ought to
do so also. Then I told him that when
Teddy took his hat out of the ring in
November mine would go In, and before
that time my resignation would be in
the hands of the board, so that as
private I could have a place on the firing
line. In that way It seems that I can
do more good for the club and be free
to support the brst ticket put in the
Vice-President K. f. Haubold, when
asked about the resignation of the second
lieutenant said that It was true that It
had been accepted, He admitted that
there had bepn friction between the
board of governors nnd Dr. Hreen. This
he nttrlbuted pHrtly to the absence of
Capt. Halpln In Sweden Haubold said
that while the captain was away the
second lieutenant took authority on him
self that did not meet with the approval
of the board. On Capt Halpln s return
he was Informed that the governors did
not approve of Dr. Hreen's actions and
that his resignation would tie neki'il for
Itefore this Mep could be taken, however,
I Dr. Hreen resigned and the board had
SHARFE USES IRON HAND.
4htlrs at Columbia, announced yester
iv that William I.. I.auder hns been en
atd to coach the Columbia varsity and
f-eshman baseball teams for the coming
season The new coach will take charge
,h,s afternoon, when the first game of
the lnterclass series for the Kddle Col-
I... ..ln...H Tl....... ..'Ill
b. no regular coaching: however, untli ! " "Cc-Pl " resignation.
February, when the call for candidates
w 1 be made.
I.auder was graduated from Brown
t'elversltv In 1 S & b and played professional
ball with the Philadelphia National
League team nnd with the Giants. He
has been coaching the Williams College
'am for several seasons and developed
Templeton and Davis, both star pitchers,
among others. He was with Columbia
for two seasons. In 1S05 and 1906, and
timed out teams that are considered to
re the hest the Blue and White ever haa
PENN EXPECTS A ROMP.
Franklin nnd Marshall Nat llennrdeil
Seriously In To-dn' (isnie.
Philadelphia, Oct. 1 Penn looks for
an easy victory over Franklin and Mar
shall to-morrow. Two of the promtslng
i-arslty candidates who were Injured In
he first week of piactlce were back on
Franklin Field to-day. They are Whar.
ton, end, nnd Simpson, halfback
The Penn men to-day wer thrilled and
bunjed up when Dr Carl Williams came
ttalklng on the field, the first time he
hns been at the university this season.
Williams has been ill, hut h promised
Coach Smith that he would devotn con
siderable time each afternoon hereafter
in assisting to whip the Penn machine
The varsity eleven and the entire var
i.ti squad sot a hard workout to-day
There were tackling and straight arm
ar'll. punting and the usual hard scrim
rr.dEe at the wlndup.
lockej tiets I, hull Discipline for
Paul Tptlt nt llnrc ilr tirni'e.
l.Al'liKI.. Md ( Oct. 1 -.locke.v Shilling,
who during the past thn-e suirniis has
ildden nioie nlntiei In the tape than
probably any otbel stable JtuKe.v on
Atneili'iin trucks, has hern nusppndril for
life nnd never iigaln cur ilde on any
tinck In this country
TIip fact that hp bus been sti'liendeil
ictlitd from tacp dilvlng. The last time I ,,. r,,rnul when Adams Kxptpa, llol
was In IH04. whi n he unit for a vear and I i,,i,,.i,' .ti. r..n vii-n In the fpuline of
a nair. lie iook ine wneei ngain in in-
dlanapoll" when a driver whs disabled,
anil Mils tempted him back Into the rac
Ilepotts from Milwaukee stale that
Huglile Hughes, who Is entered to drive a
Mercer car In the Vanderhllt. Grand i
Prize and Pabst trophy laces, will tetlie
t fit., .urine- t.ri,i III.. inBAl t iil'nl tt Is
Few Kntriesnnd Little Interest , said that Hughes win busy himself with
nuiiiiing racing cars, mis is ino secouu
time In his railng career that Hughes has
Commercial game oil Saturday Ihelnliired Nonrtv to A lot RlllU'e fill' IWlT
ankle of MIkp Charles, Hip star halfback '''".' .hm .-iiiimi i n nif,
of Manual, ts nlitiost well now anil hp hopes Winter SIlOWS IIllHlCS
to bp at practice to-morrow
..... . . - . Qui" Hiiciii0;.
St. I'ntil lln3 Another Tnlor. 1 "
St Paul's School has nnothcr new
coach. Trumblp, Hip crack first hasp- The fate of the tellahlllty run of thp
man and heavy batter of the champion 1 Alnetlcan Aulomnbllo Association, or Gild
Williams nine," will take charge of the den tour, as It Is better known, will bp
basketball and baseball teams for the 1 decided to-day at a conference of officials
NASSAU WINDS UP SEASON.
PAPKE TO BE BLACKLISTED.
('oiiiinlssliiiipr 0'rll' I ml When
llnxrr KHehes Knuiiuemcnt.
I. list Ills- l.ocnl Ciolf Tonrne Hns
Men- of Hest l'lnrra.
The last big golf tournament ot the rea
son In Hip Immediate vicinity of New
York will statt to-morrow over the links
of the Nassau Countty Club at Glen Cove,
..f it... V V nf .1... Ii,.i,l,i,in pin. u ..e . I- I ne liri iin.i will iir ucwitru ... n
i the association In this clt. From' the , MUallfylng round of thirty-six holes, and
i beginning entiles have been slow In com- i as there Is n field of HO entries It has
' lug In. anil less than a dozpn cars nt e i.,.0ti found necessary to begin stnrtlnif
. itereii to iintP. v. . .,. jioigati and j. A. , pal, a ,.,,. , 8 0.clocU,
. v v a '.., ., I , i..t.i. ,,,i vm. i Mt ' the well known golfers of this
the lu.iuguiiil at Hie opening of Hip l.ail-
ill track to-d.i.v. Imiulilis weie started,
and II was learned that Shilling had been
quietly tinned fmni Ameilcan Hacks for
life becailp of foul turtles, at Havre do
Grace, Mil., last Frldu.v. While riding
Adams Kxpress that day he was seen to
Shilling's case, It Is understood, han
severel slash another Jockey with his
been used ns an example for nlher bnvs,
In nn effoit to break up foul riding Shil
ling: may ride abroad, however, since hU
suspension of course applies only to
Orleans scaling up entries, and much
Illllv Papke, former middleweight cham- ' depends upon their efforts. The glowing
Plon, is bnried from ever appearing again promises of entiles which were nssurprt
in n New York ring. And If lloxlng Com- . Hip tour managers weeks ago have not
mhsloner O'Nell' can make his Influence ', materialized us et, and the postponing
Score hfuvnant. :i Hackenack. 0 roiuh
downs -O'ltlelly. . Vlnlente. S lltne or iiusriers
- 10 minutes. Itetcrrr nepuo m imi.m nunrv
ll.l.r nri'iirn.ll Slthltlltt IPS StUVVe-Alll I PPP
for HufMsts. Abbv for l.utc Mailer fin Hflclierl,
Scbuck for olilcll). llackensarf.. Illbblns for
bring It about he will be barred through
out the length nnd breadth of the country.
Commissioner O'Nel'.' Is going even further.
of the date of start had little, effect In
swelling the entry list.
.Inst what Is lesponslblp for thp lack
To-day he Intends to cable Victor Hreyer. . of Inteiest In the tour this enr Is bard
the Parisian promoter. In an etTort tn nave in sa. nut u is ine consensus oi opinion
Papke's iKiut scheduled for October 12 with ' that the trouble ran be traced to the
Georges Carpentler railed off and a black , fact that Hip palhfindlng of the tour was
mark placed permanently against ine , none ny an iierirn- car, nnico ieu a
section ate enteied, Including such men as
Fied llerreshoff ot Garden City. Walter
Travis of the same ilub, Oswald Klrkby of
I'nglewood, Gardiner W. White of Oak
land, Philip Carter of Nassau, John N.
Slcarna lid of Pilnceton, Percy It. Pyne Id
of Morris County, John M. Ward of Gar
den City, Donald McKcllar of Midland,
.lumes I). Foot of Apawamls. Charles B. J
.Mncdonald or the National links, McKim
and Harry B. Holllns of Westbrook. A. F.
Kammer of Fox Hills, James It. Hyde of
South Shore. It. M. Tarleton of Oakland
Kewanee fighter s name not only In I bad taste In the mouth of some of the p. . Jennings of Garden City. W. H.
France but throughout F.urope. .likely entrantn of gasolene cars, l-.very- Simons of Westbrook, K. I,, de Forest of
The commission ptobablv will meet In ; thing poaslhli was iIoiip lo rrninp tip the Midland, .1. A. Stlllman of the National
pxpcutlve scs!on to-dnv. said O'Neill last , rondltloiiH for the tout to meet the re
nlght at the bovlng show nl the New Star qulrenn 'its of a pleasure Jaunt wltlmut
A. C to take ntll-lal action on Papke' .s the troul lesoiue .echne-al fcatutes of ist
rase. The Comml"?lonet caused this to runs. Tl Gilihlen trurs have done a
be proclaimed fioni the ring by Announcer great deal tor the automobile Industry.
.Iop Htimphrlr" after Papkp had trfued .and It l a surprise vo many prominent
II I lhrr
... I.. Christie
. . frtssll
Tsy'llnlbiirton ! Ret a chance to do It again
to fill his nr.igrtnerit to ho Frank Man
tell In the main bout liecause, he said, the
crowd was ton small.
"Th! Is not the fltst time Papke has;
done this," s.ild O'Neill, "but be won't discussed
people In the trade that the event does
not receive better suppoit.
links and Clifford A. Dunning. Howard F.
Whitney and W.I. Hicks of the home club.
Two iIozti golfers from the litho
graphic trade spent jesterday on the
links of the Kngli-wood Country Club.
Four ball matches were cardd for both
morning and afternoon, and furnished
the chief competitions of the day. There
BROOKLYN PREP IMPROVES.
)iil Tho To lie h do nnn Scored li Ilia
llrookln Colleue I'.lcvrn.
The Brooklyn Prep football team again
wns .tefpKtpit bv the Brooklyn l ollege
eleven at the Crown Heights Field yes.
terday, but this time by only one tnucn-
down. In the first two minutes oi puy
Hlllman of the college team uiocKeu a
kick and on the first down Haivey scored
bv a dplaved nass around right end. Mc-
Caffre failed to kick a goal. Soon after
that Capt. Bannln was put in at quarier
back and Inness was placed al end. These
two men put new life In the Prep team
and for the tot of the game the college
was forced to play almost wholly on the
Tlw-ball was tn college territory for the
rest of the game, and although the Prep
was not able to score they were on the
college's ten yard line several times. The
stars for the Trep were Barrln. Grace and
Inness. while for the college McCafftey
and Harvey were the most effective.
Position Brooklyn Colleue
suspi ruled for life bj the commission and ; who are
..litll Hiliuiuuifiir unit- lint iir-i nni i,,.u ,, ... i,. , . M,rtl., ..
tcidny at the ronventlon of . ..' ' ... , ... Ill ... "T
Hp will bp sab s manngets of the mantifartiirprs I , ,,. " ,. . 'o'"" .. ,? Y
connerted with the Automobile , "Vi'" .i' J .'
I li..,.., ... Im... Iilm liurte.l nl-rl'll KIP llftf.r.l ..f T.arl.i Th ..mil I Inn I'ltim r..tw...i. ...v. ......
clp too'' 'to a cloe with the I Pcommi ndatlon that
With Hip Papke-.M.mlell bout, off the H similar gathering be held In the nnr
tilt between ll.ur Stone and .toe sieger i future. Several papers were lead and
was made the tlnsl -vent. Stone out-J topics discussed which dealt with the
pointed his opponent with ease business of motor car building and with
During the first preliminary, between Kid 'trade conditions geneiall.v Alfted Beeves,
Murphv and ll.irr Hill, there was a con- salts manager of the Pulled Stabs Mctoi
......u.l r-llull .it r...1 IA hll h.H Tllll.l ft fill..., ..Trtrl n... on.l ulll.,f-
their -eats Into the $2 re-ened mm tlon. mB,,,s ' C..W. Mears of the Wlnton pe ltioii over the nine hole practlc.. course.
The Inailequarr fore, of ushers could not I jioloi Carriage Company talked on Hie going tw-cp nr..un. In .1. In the handl
rope with the stampede and a- a result subject of annual models, as did also S. , l "' '"' the field with a card of
m.in.v saw the abbreviated card from the jv Waldon of the Packard Motor Cat '" ll' M'
ringside nt b.ngaln pllre. 'Comtainv. The subject of incltsed nnd I
- senil-enrlusi d bodlfs was dlV'Ussed by II.
O. Smith of the Piembr Motor Manu
dl.es Covk. N. Y, Oct. 1 The golf ,h,. convention weir:
tournament of the National paint,
nit scon' of i0. Handicaps wete al
lowed as In bogey competitions, strokes
being taken nt various holes. On the
pla off Kvnns and Sanford won. In
the nfterrioon, however, Speakrnan and
Donaldson had their turn, for they weie
the vvlnn"is with a net cf 7K. Donaldson
vi as also the winner of the putting com
ai J I rs 'I'vto HneUnrlils.
OWfTBRB AND SKt.USRa OF AD
TOMOnit.ES. COMMKnCIAI. VEHL
CLr.3. OArtAORS TIHES. EQUIP
ME NT 3. ALSO nEPAHt COM.
PANIER WILL ALWAYS riNt)
SOMKTHINO Or INTEnilST IN
Pnlnt Men ( oiirlnde Tiiiirnnnir nt.
Vk.v..-.tu via II... 1 Tn'.. fn...
1'hose piesent nt ,,;,,, ;.;,,.,;.,, In lhp Navy back
Held this afteinnon, one composed of
henvv line breaking players, well adapted
lo the smashing guine. and the other of
J 1 Parley. Auburn A ii"j-h.1-.i: i onipanv
II .VI Cn-ile. Aillet'Sl Caalliciliy A I' Urn.
... .'..llt.n Mn.iir I'.r l'imn.ni It 11
lUilf.ml and ' S Wlll's'iisnn Cji'it ('nni. fast, active lads, who weie likely to b
puny, ivrrv uwm, i na.niers vio-"r i m- mute available for nn open running sty I
im n .1 iv
Sen f. t'n 1
uiira.ln .i.i.u-s . vimi.nB i.u.i iiii-h-i,. ia.,i ,,,-,. ,iim,
K Ilai at I'u iimlill Vlnlnr ' ' '
and Varnish Association, which began
yesterday at the Nassau County Club,
concluded tn-d.i . The men qualified in
divisions of eight each and to-day the
semt. final nnd final rounds of match blav
u..m Atil.hnl .1 V Wpltpr of F.vanston I'ar t'ninuant I! 11 .tsiksnn K
, r mi,,l. ..... ,h. ...inn-eli. ' "'liinlnKlil. ill. It nl-on
the first division, K. Itockwell
r .... ,,l..1. I.. .1,. .AAAn.t .11. I.Un a.,.1 n . h I tt Vjn ILflAHM an. I ll.tfll. Wfllvr
VOUmiJ "I". "II l- -nun.. ............ n,,.. "'" - I. .1, .in.l i.r.111... ... f..ll 1. ..Ill 1... .
.1 r .'Inline .Miiniiinniie i uiiiijn r r , i...... .-- ...i. - ... .nn. i,.7 mi-
Mwlifsnn. Mitheion Airnmoblle Canipan i tiollcv of the Nav v coaches this season
J M Clarke. Niitlnn.il Motor Whiel. Com- iM f.irmer ve.irs to have two or more
Mor. i the whole or the aiternoon anil Merseavey
Cur com- and Hall slatted In at the halves and
lll.,a.ll.. ", .; . ......... iinp. (li mn. i 1 1 e nci-oi u irm v as roi o-
lllnsdale r ...rr, c t; i;m -e l.nrler Vlnmr Cim- . . , .... . ,
W. H Leonard. Calumet Golf Club,
the third division.
Siiphoniorrs sinln on Tor.
Wll.l.tAUSTOWN, Mass., Oct. I. The
second baseball game of the serlis of
three between the sophomores and fresb.
a second victory for the former b) to 2.
pany liero-r- u i.e. ?'. ?"''"" t.tnv. r. for evrv nnslllen
r.iciesinii. ...Kuiiii .ioioi . " .
lliibbniil Helps Con eti nihrrst.
Amiiehst. Mass., net I New life was
DARTMOUTH MEETS TARTAR.
orvTlrh, Mnmper of Wrlen, Is
Figured n Formlilnble Foe.
Havovir. N H. Oct. 1. In preparation
for the second game of the season with
N-'i-wlch t'nlverslty here to-morrow after
r'on the Dartmouth sriuad spent the day
n a seveie Flgnal drill and work on the
s-iinc dummies and bucking machine.
w 'i no srrlmmage at all. To.morrow'B
iv, should he Interesting; as a basis for
er.onlng th team's development, for
' - ivim on Satuiday held Wesleyan to
T'.-dav s piactlce was largely an at
"n.pt to eliminate fumbling, Barends,
mi rars guard, was worked at halfback
- ti e signal session and he may no sta'
' . , theie
ri . Nurwbh team arrived In town to-i-ei
ami expects to better last year's
' Milan e, when they held the Green to
-- v to Z si nP
N. Y. U. HAS SCRIMMAGE.
Punishes I. my CurnelllHiis. TilUIng
Thrm Off Tmlnluir Table.
Ithaca. N. Y . Oct 1 The Cornell foot
ball squad has teielved Its first bit of
discipline at the hands or Al anarre an
ils effect was noted In the more vigorous
and determined playing In to-day's eighty
five minute scrimmage between first and
second elevens. The training table squad
haa been cut to eight men Tho wjuad It
self has been reduce.! to forty men.
Evrlch nnd Champaign were the most
conaplcuous varsity players relegated to
scrub team and droppea irom trie training
table, though u number of other varsity
men have not been anie to mane u ue
cause of Injuries. It. P Whte, the var
sity halfback, also has failed to retain a
Dlace on the table Sharpo tow Hie play
ors In plain language that tho Colguto
game showed that they were not doing
their best work ana that n wouin ramer
have a brand new team of men with spirit
than a bunch of old men who soldleted.
The teams broke even In to-da' fracas,
though onl a trick play, which Sharpe
gave them In the last minutes, saved the
INDIANS REHEARSE PLAYS.
Vllliuiorn tinnif To-ilii) Kinds Them
All Kit Kxerpt Thorpe.
fAst.iaiE. Pa.. Oct 1 -Glenn Warner,
coach of the Carlisle "dl.-.n football snuad,
to-day drilled his redsklnned warriors in
preparation for to-morrow's game against
Vlllanovn st Harrlsburg All the p!as
were rehearsed thoroughly In a long sig
nal drill. A short but snappy scrimmage
between the varsity and scrubs finished
the evening's work,
All th Indians are In fine rthvslca! con
dition with the' exception of Capt. Thorpe,
whose shoulder still Is stilt and sore, hip
which will not prevent his getting In to
! lm Kent Melee of Yrsr llesillts in
Two Vnralty "I Biichdo ns,
i'.r. signal ill 111 followed by hard
' .vr, aRn was the programme for the
s' "ik I'nlverslty Miuad yesterday.
" eii.ieh of the team, nppeared early
p ' " nrkfd two teams all afternnon, pay
ig a-tieiil.ir nttPtitlon to the hacks,
l' ii ihetn n speedy starts on line
I ie and end runs and In accurate
to the ends on forward pusses,
"'lemm, the plucky Utile right end,
iih been out of the game for the past
neek rwing to an Injury received the first
in , was in his old position
T i first real drhin scrimmage
tgainat the second team was had and the
arsitv rcored iwo touchdowns on tralghtff
Michigan Iteservea Pnmniplleil,
Ann Arbor. Mich.. Oct 1 It was an
other walkaway for the Michigan vanity
to-day, as Yost's first string took tho re.
serves into camp by a 40 to 0 score In
about forty minutes of play. Yost made
many shifts In his lineup. Tnrbet was
sent to left end with Cole at left tackle,
while Haynaford, last year a member of
the all fresh, displaced Oulnn nt left
guard. The latter has been on the var
sity for the last two yeais and has won
his "M" both seasons, but Yost Is not
satisfied with the llne
I.piiiIiik llents .Invelln lleeoril,
Stockholm. Sweden, Oct, 1. The
nriii's recoid Invelln throw Willi tlm best
hand, held by Saarlto, has been beaten
In an International competition bv 1 ij
meters, nearly nve icei. u; mum
Sweden, who threw a Javelin weighing
SU grammes, nnoui i.i ijuimr, .im
tance of 02 meters 32 centimeters, about
O'.N'rll Help- Wllllnms Miii-d.
WH.1.IAMHTOIVN. Mass., Oi.i 1 The
William" Bqiiart had only light work to.
day. the practice consisting of a drill In
technical polnta without any snrlmmage.
Frank J. O'Nell. 1?02. of Fayettovllle,
N Y. captain of th" Wllllama eleven
whan 'in eoll and afterward BarduaU
eoach. was with the team and aaslited
Lett end Hums
Lett tackle Ponell
Left guard . . Hall
Itlilht uaril O'liraily
Kllht tackle .. . Dolan
, ItlffM end ... tillman
Vuarterback . McCaffrey
I.rtt halfbark Harvry
lllutit halfbacli Unitrrs
Crary fullback , Hlllman
UDslltutes naniun lor .icuraue, iuutm iur
Krlley, Mc.Valy for Moonrv Hcferer ttlley
Pmplre Wsbh Tlmckfcper-HiiKan. Time of
quarlers 10 tnir.utr
HAS C0NrUSSI0N OF BRAIN.
lie Witt rili.toti I'oiitbnll I'lnspr In
Critical . ooil.;.on.
Telllslon, the De Witt ilnton nd of
two years and all echolattir of last enr.
has 'not Improved slnre his hurt Inst
Telllston Injuted his head tackling n
man In iiractlce on ThuiMlaj and was
brought home unconsilous The doctor
declared he had concussion of the bialn
Upon regaining consclousnss he be
came delirious nnd has been so to date.
Ills condition has caused much concern
among his schoolmates and In scnolnstlc
circles generally. A crisis In his condi
tion is expected l-oou.
Freeport Loses l oach l.vnch.
The breaks seem to be all against the
football team of Freepoit High School.
When the team returned to practise yes
terday afternoon one of tne oirhes was
umong the missing. .1. Lynch, the crae.
Notre Damn halfback, had returned tn
college, leaving the coaching nil on the
shoulders of Collier, the foimer i nine
School eiack. The defeat of the team by
Bushwiek Saturdav was nttrelv unex
pected from a Freep.nt point of view, nnd
for fear of a tepetltlon tie.vt Satunlav the
souad went Ihtoiigh a haul afternoons
practice Fieppott showed Saturdav that
In trick pin's It ! fa rtom being nt the
bottom of the list. Th" conch tiled sev
eral forward passes, but tho throwing of
Smith, the lengths halfback, was at fault
His throw h we e too high nod not delib
erate enough to suit Collier The re
mainder of the schedule follows
October 5. Flushing .it Flushing. Oc:i
ber 12. Aibiphl a I Freeport . October IS,
Hockville Cent ip at Freeport. October 11.
Curtis at Curtis Field October 2.1. lloeK
vllle Centre at Bockvllle fentte. Novem
ber 15, Hockville Centre at Freeport
rnrenta Man nosh Irk sitnrs.
In Saturda.v's game Bushwiek was
without the services of Gillies, a most
promising end. and Nlsbet, th best quar
terback In the smiad. Gillies was knocked
out In scrimmage practice last week nnd
was taken to the home of a friend When
his father learned of the Incident he put
the ban on his playing with the pigskin
Nlsbet Is his closest pal, so his dad
thought he ought tn follow suit Con
nelly, the former Amherst end, who 'h
teaching and coaching the squad at Buh-
wick, has fond hopes of gpitlng them
back In the game
minsnv. .1 11
Car Cnnipam II II Itllln. Paikjr.l Motor
car Oompanv Jmcs !- JJouruu'n an-1 II i
ICrohll, J'algc-I)troll Motor Cur Companv.
It s shmnnk. I'm rle Motor Car Cem-
r.". ..i..""". 'J"'.'.' '"...:'",': ' put Into the Amherst souad this nfter
men was played this afternoon and was MnlC)r .vun'ufnr'urlng Citnpmy. M c ! noon bv the coichlns of John II. Hub-
-ir Allien nsmpson Minut i, Hiring l oin-'iiani, "7. tne former all American full
n Umes Joyte. Sebl-ii , b''k. who came from Mnsaachuetts Ag
let In four tuns The batteri for the 'if' wi,n , r ri Ptnrn5 c.impanv . Big'" to assist Coach Roberts In getting the
sophomores was Boien and Mlchle.-, nnd t- nvpr. ,teien-t)uri'a Coinpn . ll S team Into shape for the Colgate game
for the freshmen Cutler, Garfield and "'"V-.coinnsnV Waber c vv htTe1"1?;!, I Ululhf'' 'hakctip was made this nfter
Colemon. i.'hil. 'I'im.ini i1- s j.imesnn v'niv. noon, nnd the new combination workPd
Overland Company, ami c v Churchill, J w ell. Warren, th" halfback, was spnt to
Wln'en Motor Carriage Company , (1n nf en, nnA iM,.iipr. thp suh.oime.
(living t'p .Vsrnn
nl'll l.tlhS IS 1 (tl It liAI.V.
ACI (it ll'K.
We have two new cars and some rebuilt car
that must be mid
JVo itra.nnahle (liter Itefused.
Al-n other mnUrs
at i.o run m:s.
nnvt miss tiiiM HANrr.
IP YOU CAMMII CAM.. WKIIH FOIl
PISH I. I'll',
fion't miss this opportunity to he the owner of
lei. 1IH1 tnlumhus. MliO IlllOXDWAT.
mn hoi pi-itot'Kvir.i.L r.,ns
twfenrr Touralioiit. en li p . former price
SIliK'i. now S2.5.1 TpassencerTnurlnecsr.Wh. p.i
former price JSnio. now
mil Tiiunbinit driven onlv l.Sioinlles, equlpprd
wlih top. wlnclshlrld. Ilixiin horn mid demount
r.hle rims si.Mai
Hnupl-lloekwell demonstrator. CO h. p, Tourlnj
car, sscrlllrr Jl.snu
Fit v.n k ii. i;i:i.Mii'it. -
(IUM llrnadwav Tel. Ot.'.O Columbus.
IT Is cheaper to irnt than lo own an automobile,
tt e make a spcclaltv nt renting cars hy the month.
Oar seven pas.encer IVii.anl cats, lourlne or
limousine, rquni ine nnrst piivaie ri;nu.meni.
1'fspoiisilile anil relialil- srvlce guaranteed.
I'.MYI HSA1. I V MMC.IHt CAM II).. IM
i:st !M M Phone liars 5K
toil Model nil Value tT.mnt.
(iHI'.i:N'S. ("Hi St and ll'w.iy
cylinder ttoailster: perfect condition; JIM
Value ts.frti lilti:i:.'t. tstli ht anil It'way.
On and after October lt. llll?. our
CSI'.II CAIt DLI'l.
will be loeatert at ( ttrst a;d St., near Mrnadwajr.
tt'e ate still open for bld Ml enrs arc ready for
Touring Car: 7 pasencer STVi Value M.VX)
Clir.K.N'S. nth ht. anil Il'way
The freshmen's fle'dlnc was ragged and rn Nni.. Joyi.e. Sebijn Mir 4'n,'''i
AlnsUn Imllnn nt rpoii.
The allotting of cMtlhltlon space for trrhack. took his place In the back field.
the national automobile shows which are
PltlLAPr.l.rnrA, Oct 1. Iiuls V. Shot.
ridge, the Hr-t Alaskan Indian n '' ' " ' '" I Miln l,, llcrrorth Champion
ever attenuea course m iim v.nuvu riairi.. , ---- - ( ...
his matriculated In the business depart- next winter will ocrupv th attention of; As the result of th final tound In the
rrie'nt of the t'nlversltv of Pennsvivanle. 1 the motor car men to-day and to-morrow. competition for the vice-ptesldent's cup
He announces his Intention of trying for Thp N A A M will allot space fnt the, at the llav.orth club, Shl Inouye. the
the freshman cross-country team. He is Chicago pshlhltlon to-dav and lhp Auto- . Japanese member who won the cham
i veirs old i feet d inches tall and mobile Bon-d of Trade will portion off I pionshlp cf the club last June, has one
welirhs 1SR pounds. He Is married, but the space for the Madison Square car- inoie tinptiv to mid to Ins collection. He
savs that and his age will not keep him den nnd G and Central Palace shows to- defeated William M.ln by C up and 5 to
from becoming a star runnr. morrow me .mnor aim .vci.-i.pin ..no- ri.. in nm i.. hcif.
UriisiiniK In fnt llnai.rlliiill.
The Krasnius basket hall i andlilates will
have a meeting 'o-day and prirtiro will
start on Friday Coach I.pvj has mery
hope of liiruln- mi' a rrnek lemn ,nKt
year Hie trim finished fourth in Hip p. s
A I. loiiriinnienl Four of last vrar's HtkI
teittr, Ilriish, Murph, Hulllvan and Kvau,
Himlrvvood lllllli liar- I'onlhnll,
Theie will he no foothiill played at the
i . 'fi1I i - T"1c Tf i .u
TheClin rman reiommen la mlM, mellow
nnd delicately flavore.1 whiskey,
It mild, mellow and delicately flavored.
The "48" Six with 82 Horsepower
Standard of America
We believe this to be the most comfortable and easiest riding car ever built, In Europe
Here is one way to fully comprehend the personal significance of this broad statement.
Take a long ride over rough roads in any other car built. Take the same ilde In ft Loco
mobile on the same day, if possible.
We shall be pleased to carry out our part of such a demonstration at your convenience.
Entirely new designs oi beltedbodles with flush Q. D.TIres, Demountable Rlmi, with 2 ipires.
Coitliest Electric Llahtlng. Consumes least
power. Gives belt results st ill speeds,
Locomobile Ten-Inch Upholstery.
Cast Aluminum Cowl Dash.
Raln-vlilon Windshield, Integral with Dasfc.
Silk Mohair Top, covering and top boot.
Continuous Mahogany Sheer Rail,
Disco Starter for starting Motor.
The Locomobile Company
Motor Cars and Motor Trucks
Broadway (ft, 76th St., Ntw York
Tires carried at rear. Car In lateral balance,
Drop Forged Tire Brackets built Into Chassis.
Running Boards entirely unencumbered, all
battery and tool compartments being concealed.
Compressed air fillsTires andcleantUpholltery.
Telescoping Parcel Compartment In panelled
leather, entirely across back of front seats.
Folding Foot Rests. Telescoping Robe Rail,
. Ilrooklrn Dealer!
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Mr ,rd Avenue, llrooklyn, N, V.
VCortheni N. J. Iiealerai
(Hll'.KNH MOTOll ClkH tlO, .
M Wabhluf ton .Street, Newark, N. J,
p. 1 1 1 i i
Mk'iit'K.ur.s rtoAiist i:ii.
I.ste Muriel. Msnon: uicp new Value si.m
(IIIKKX'S, (9th SI. and Il'way.
1013 I.Oinit. "Ijil,eood" model, rerlect con
dition; has been run hut 5.X) miles, may be seen
st Lozler Motor Companv sliouruutti-, fidtlt st,
and Hroadway, and f.nld under tluir ruaranlee;
owner rolng t Europe. VOSIlL'ItaH. Itoom PMi
Limousine. Ijindaiilet nnd ToutlniCar at Bvrrla
Prices. (iiM'.KN'.S. ISih St unrt H'wav
7 Pasf nser Landaulet: (Ine cnnill rlnn. tW
'lueS1.0Ot) (ilir.K.V.si. isth Ml and n'n-ay
Al.l.KN KIM. SI ON ltd ADH I Kn.
1011 Model, like ncu. J I. MO Value SI.M)
Clti:nv.s. iMh St and ll'vr.iy
l,mi to capacity. S2im m nnd up.
liHKr.N'.S, (ilh SI nnd Il'way
CAH secured from loreclobiire will tie sold at
very reasonable neure for uulck sale. (Jool
ft.OCJO ear; new; euaranteed. If Interested ad
dress 11, J box 112 Sun otCce,
1911 Model. (6OO0; perfect condition Valu)
si..nai i.iii:i. s, ism st
A SOI Alti: DI.M..
It us sell vnur car for cash no sclc no charts.
timks satMiii: aito m
1710 iiruadwat Phone mi ( l.
S2SO0O to S7.VMK1 Value Sl.fioo to S3,SOfl.
(llti:i:.N"H. (Slh St. and Il'way
FI1ANKI.IN ft r I . M.MI i.M Outer!
landorf Automolille ( ., 4 J V. (13d St.
IlAKKlt Kleotrlr Vlclotla U 111 demonstrate 75
miles on n charre A lare llaicaln Haker Ve
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MirTAI.I.t'ltCim i: "W llarsaln inr will trade).
isnniiri Autniiiooiii- t ., n. (i.n ni.
101: Mndel. SI'S: like new Value Sl.OTl
CHCI'.N'S. Il'way and (Sill St.
S4- Henautt l.lmo'islnc. M,.Vi (Swell Can
unoori ,uinniouiir ( ., i j n. (lau St.
WILL Si:i.L mv 1812 Tourin. Car ullh ton.
wlnilslileld, Ac. for iiao; part cash, balance on
urac j. i.r.w in. ln v csi 7(tu si
Palmer-Slnser "1-Ki." S7.V) (Seven I'avsenper).
iiannorr sutomonile ( o., 41 , i-u St.
Ijite Model, standard make, like new, 7M Valui
S1.KI.I (lHi;i'..N".s 18th st a'Hl H'way
DKI.AUNAY Town Car. Ssvi (Hmhsclilld lin.l.
nsnuori aiiiumouiir to.. 4 rt. ti.a nt.
CHAI.MKRS llmnuvlnrs. 1911. extra new inur.
Ina body; 100 others. Mth Century, l'oo Ilroadway.
Flat "JS" iJtndaulette. Bargain: Fine Town Car.
.landorf Automobile to., 43 l. (l'-d Nt,
AtTO'ioHii.r.s von iiiiin,
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and he convinced,
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i itnio .ut t niumnus.
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niHsflC MoiorOO., I) way, between SJth Si
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Knox Automobile Company.
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