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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
PUTS Hi OUT OF GAME
IVim' Powerful Hnck Tiinhlc to
P!ay in Swiii'thiiiorn Con
MIW SHOWS IN.U'KY
Crano. it Turkic, Mny Hp Out for
l!it of Sensoli With n
t .VF.iriii.t, Oct. 10. There was
.hi l'rutiklln Field this Hflcniimn
t mm reported that Tuck Hnr-
,g-. thn larslty back mid i tower
gib to the i iilvoislty of Pcntinyl-
i. i i. i'it. might tint ii able to start
i Sw.ii'hmotn game on Saturday. As
t .Meat In looked on an uncertain,
m ' in 111" sticngth displaced by the
( on . t team this year, they hating de
J. . I I.ifiiyctto 22 to n, tlii Ions of liar
i ngt hi may lio a actions nno for Petin.
Id' 'iston Is a heavy luck ami the host
I t.ltmgcr nn t!:o Hod and Hluo squad,
A'. Vr.ij picture of I Inn Ingtoii's In-ji,-ed
rlioulder r.as taken to-day and
Hur "Eton win ordered not to attempt
to Ki-i into the scrimmage to-day or to
m iiw and the doctois Raid It would lie.
a i Is'akc tn put him In the game on Sat-ui-dav
m iher disheartening development was
. .I'Mniincement that Crane, the tackle,
n . is 'tijitrcd yesterday, inlsht he nut
it game for the rest of the season,
i i' It Incited Ills lsne last year while
- s on the fieihman team and he
I I 'i-ii this year with the knee In a
In lie was started ngulnst lltckln-
' I i sinus, because .lack Dillon, the
" s.. .i' t u.-lty tackle, was laid up with
i -u'll ankle. Crime was hurt In .tes
m , game and had to lie carried off
t ".id Dillon, who then went In. was
ii en kniii'lied out, Icit Jack wa on the
fic'l -da.v and said he would be In shape
to i i' on Saturday
T Pen n vaislty had a strenuous work
oi ' -div, winding up with a hard scrlni
r is with the scrubs. .ndy Smith lee
tf .d i ' fiiuad first, Hhll rreci. .Minds
f.-1 M fsfiall were celling punting In
ft ii' t nun (loro Kd Thayer, star hooter
ef lag; yeir'- team. Then the whole squad
r.u lusrtril one by ono at the tackling
S k" al dilll followed and then the var
I tied U against the scrubs. The
n ir. ii'e to play .Mercersburg on fntur
HOT WORK FOR TIGERS.
, Nwfllfr Thrnnarh .Hrrlmmaiir I.aat-
" "nur Waller Shines.
Princeton, N. ,.. Oct. in. The hot
weather which prevailed to-day did not
seem to have much effect on Cinch Logan
Cunningham, with the result that the
Tlgets sweltered through one of the fiercest
scrimmages of the season, which lasted
for over hii hour. The varsity managed
t" push the oval over the second eleven's
line for Un on touchdowns,, hut all of the
Rnlns i exulted from Individual work liv
tha back Held men. Individually the fox",
tvords put up n fairly good exhibition, but
their chanting was poor and there was
none of the snap and aggressiveness which
should be noticeable In the lino at tills
stage nf the season.
Tubby Waller btepped into the lime
light. In the open field he shook off
tacklcrs almost at will and (rate an excel
lent exhibition of the use of the straight
'apt. Pendleton was returned to right
halfback, but It Is understood that this
was done meiely as n means of giving
Slew llaker a trick at iiuarteiback on the
vii i Klty- llaker showed to good advantage,
running his team well and getting nway
for seveial good gains. Pendleton to
tualned In the scrimmage for onlv n few
moments, giving way to Hobey llaker.
Another Important change was the shift.
Ing of Freddie Trenknum to light end.
After the showing which this lad made
against Lehigh on Saturday thn coaches
have evidently decided that they have n,
good mafl and am endeavoring to find n
place where he will fit In.
Strelt filled In at fullback and seems to
be Improving every day. Ills lint; plung
ing In this afternoon' melee was of n
high order, as he continually pierced the
second team's defence for five or six vards
at a clip. Ike Swart had nnother trjnut
at tackle, but was shunted to the second
team, The coaches aro expecting to run
up against a hard proposition when thev
line their men up against V. P. I, oil
Saturdav nml nrn wnflfln. (tint,- n.Mn h...l
III an attempt to. develop a line which will
be able to hold Its own against the Vli
IOFTUS RUNS FOR TOUCHDOWN.
Onl line "-cornl lis- Vulr Vnrslly
tunlnst the Scrubs.
tw H.vtuv. Conn., Oct. JO. Thete
is i lung M iimmiure for the Yale var
'v vv Hi a few substitutes at Yale Held
tk, ifteruomi, and only one touchdown
i,i made against tho crubs. That was
lr.idc h l.ftus In a short end run from
tlic r Mud line. Loftus played quarter
bai k ''i place of Cornish, whose ankle Is
fprH.n'iI Coinlsh will be out of the
came for seveial days, and Cornell, who
! now Hist quarter, tested, I.oftui was
tuccieded by Kosa at quarterback late In
KImiii. the star fullback, icsted on nc
crunt of thu heat, nnd Markle and Castles
also Hsted. Phtlbln, who has been In
d'jf.nor because of his fumbling, had a
h.inie at right halfbaclc. which he Im
proMil nnd played a ery good game nil
the afternoon. Capt. Spalding played
tiie gi eater part of the ecrlminage and
made j-cxeral good runs.
K(t iiani played for a few minutes
otid nun the roaches took him out to gle
JI' N' 1 a chance. Tho lest of the lineup
a '.liter and Howe, left ends, 11.
Wk -en. left tackle. Yoik, left guard, nnd
K"i'hi'ii and McNeil, centre; ttandall,
'Slit giiaid . I'ciiillctnii, right tackle.
It' K' . Tinht end: I.oftus nnd Koss, iuar
tcri .1 kh Spalding. Martin and Camp,
left iitlfhackH. Phllblii and Madden, right
Im'ft.a. ks Haker and Ileckert. fullbacks;
1' . and Thaw went In as guards Just
l'f' " t'le gamp was over.
'' It- i Camp, Jr., played well the few
r 'it. i he was in. but Spalding was the
h' ' 1 t the afternoon. Walter Camp, Sr..
' I m Mrniiul coaching, and Dr. Hull
f a small squad polnta about field
T '.- The new coaches wen- Hlgelnw
aid r.i.se. tackles on the 1907 eleven.
CORNELL'S FIGHTING SPIRIT.
I'ontball Men SIkut Porrer I'ndrr
X Y . Oct, lu. An hour
in uhlch the varsity scored
d some stienuous practice In rush
' 1 up a loim day's work on Alumni
la. There was more than usual
tn' Cornell varsity's offence, and
.ins sliowid the sort of Hunting
. t the eo.icht s have been long-
'i f tliu varsity touchdowns
Tuber making a long run nfter
i'jt the second was well earned,
i' fin"'-' rinht tlt'Wti tho field with
.I'd Hill making steady gains
: s, iul lines.
h.iiiik iwih one of the features
"in, the fullback ramming his
ik b haul fighting for ten
no 1 1 en longer gains, on several
H'lwiin intr while the scrubs
j-i.imht to down him. KrIU also
! i'. -I m the rushing game, break
'gn fur nne tnenly-flve yard gain.
'.' ' place at left half the
i: Dixie Smith, one of the quar
iilifctitutis for the last two cars,
I'll did lie h'.iow up that it Is con
i '"liable that ho will alternate
i "i hoi lii that position.
':''ds hard woik with tho liin Is
' uit. Krom tacklo to tackle the
fought better, but they are
o.uili gieater knowledge of the
" n lunuliig with the ball from
ks h -.e a valuablt' asset to the
'l'i- nf the features of the work
I - starting the varsity at mid-
i M aking them keep on rushing
v imI inn goal until they scored
i-mnlo break In tho advance,
i i ' they were held for downs
l ines they were sent back to
'mii on the last advance they
' d'livri and across the line.
Milt mined McKenna, welKh-
i iMd, i ( ported for the first tlmo
n iriiuudeistandlng his Initial
".n-..i.ii'd of an hour'H work In
i" lie Htond It well and gives
i d tclopinanU
STOENUOUS WORK FOR ARMY.
1'iinilile HiiUe, Anrslty Travel Field
I nice for Score.
I -.T, X Y Oct. 10. The
' " i' am put In a strenuous
(t Hiilmmage with the aortitis
' ' "i It huh ono of the snap
i seen on the plains this
it in rubs put up a hard fight,
n hl'ickul a punt on the scrub
i tie .mil then canted tho ball
' 'k .if jsiioih, who Is looming
!r hail,, to the flvn yard line,
ii gneii to Hodgson to lake
f "iii.li il and the scrubs se
1 ail nnd hooted It out to the
i ig.iiM. fiom which point
is iv ei ihn forward pans.
I'm" and the ball was
li.iduw of tho scrub goal
'I'tci ii mil line Michel-
lb il Hodgson after the
i- ecd d in putting the
ii' I'M' varil line, from
i i over for a touch
.in. id well at tackle to-
nridnllAa tit n -.! ( unmA
BOYS HIGH DEVELOPS
McKennn, Weiphlnp 1B0
Pounds. Will Piny Ariiinst
BK0AX PLAY LAST WKKK
I.nerosse nnd Cross-Country
Tenms (let Iteady for Action
Other Scholastic News.
HAMILTON TIES RHODE ISLAND.
Coach .McKenna of llnvs llliih has a
new fullback on his team b the name
of Itatlelscn. ' This lad lepoited for pi in
lice last week for the Hist time mid
Coach McKenna was tit oiich struck by
the easy wit he curl led his ISO odd
pounds. McKenna tiled lllm out In sev
eral positions, nut iiiiany in ciueu mat inn- i
bAck was his position. All Hill week tin- lad
has been plalng tegular fullback and he
will undoubtedly play lu the game with
Ilhnil I. bind.
Clarke, the acting rapt tin of the linys
High lncrose team, has lued a xctj
caily call for candidate". Ills object l
lo teach the green candidates the null
inents of the game befme the season
stints, so that he will not have to waste
several weeks time whin the season starts
on this, but can go right ahead with prac
tice, 0cr twenty-Hie Puis answetrd the
call and will soon be hard nt woik.
N. Y. U. HAS LIVELY PRACTICE
BEFORE LEAVINGFOR ITHACA
Local Football Warriors in
Fine Trim for Oaine Wili
The cros-countr team nf l!us High
1 elected their captain and lu.inager yes
terday. The caplaln Is Tin i ill iiihI the
manager Moimiii. Moison was elected
manager m.ilub b tnw h strained his
hcitit last .win lU'itiliig and will nol be
able to enter any ineis this ear There
ate oxer fifteen liid out for th leant and
Capt. Turrlll Is coiitldcnt that thev will
place In the crn.ii-coutitrv championship
races. The most promising lads are
Turrlll. Warren, Wilght Dl C.atgorsa
Final practice was held at New York
University yesterday afternoon In prep
aration for the game w ith Cornell at Ith
aca to-morrow. The team will leae Jei
sey City at !:S5 this morning and will ar
rive In Ithaca this afternoon, where a
light scrimmage will be held. The coaches
wasted no time yesteiday lu putting tilt
(quail through the usual prellnilnuiles,
falling on the ball, running down punts
and tackling the dummy, and Hun Illicit
up the two teams for the hardest scrim
mage of the season.
The formations weic made In lapld suc
cession, and the plas run off with de
spatch. The varsity Rallied consistently
on the second team and the coaches kept
the ball In their possession nearly all Ou
tline. The Improx einent In the entire team
since the Jluhlenburg game In general
ton", speed and offensive qualities was
quite noticeable. Tho luckfleld showed
up well and the line particularly so.
The light wing h.i" been materially
strengthened by the addition of .llmmle
Wheeler, '11, captain of the team In 1M0.
Wheeler had not played four years at that
time and has now entered the X. Y. I'.
law school, which under the rules makes
him dlgthle. Coleman "Is also back in
the game and with Dutcher and Merrltt
alterixitlng at the other end the wings
should prove dangerous to the "big red
team" to-morrow With the addition of
Wheeler New Yoik presents, with the ex
ception of Dressier it left guard, an in
tlrely veteran line, and Dressier, as shown
by his consistent woik. Is fully qualified
to rank with the rest. The baekfleld, how
ever. Is entirely new.
Five men were tried out yesterday on
punting -Miller and -McDennott. fullbacks .
Huntley, quarterback, and llraun and
Thompson, halfbacks. McDcrmott showed
great form and quite excelled any of the
others, his punts nveiaglng fifty yards
and many of them going beyond that.
Tire lineup for to-morrow's game will
be. IWt end, Dutcher. left tackle,
Welner. left guard, Dressier, centre, Tii
tence, right guard, Hrlstol ; right tackle,
Vesley, right end, Whetler, quarterback,
Huntley; left halfback, llraun, right half
back, Thompson . fullback. Miller. The
substitutes who went were Merrltt, left
end . Coleman, right end ; Hollander, left
tackle . Hulzer. centre ; Mackay, right
guard. Ciardello, quarter; Smith and Hal
die, halfbacks, and McDermott, fullback.
MANY FORDHAM CRIPPLES.
Seven nn Injured I.lsl a Itraiill of
l oach Tom Thorpo was not In uniform
yesterday and the l'ordham squads were
taken charge of by Coach Jim Mcj'iirthy and
Capt. Joo If Inclillfle The coaches are
alarmed over the condition of the Maroon
varsity, as soven of the best players 1-ord-Imni
tins are on the slightly injured list
Dig Ited Meelmn, i'hil Ihormay, Mulvey.
Kane and Kintiegan are all unlit for a hard
scrimmage as the result of three of I he
hardest scrimmages that l'ordham has
encountered this season, not to mention
the lloston ( ollege game last Saturday.
Sam Hihklnd took his Commerce high
charges up to the Hronx university, and
they played like demons, 'I wo of theae
scrimmages on successive days completely
disrupted the .Maroon team, with tho re
sult tii.il Lew Hayes, tho reliable back, was
not able to be lu unllorin yesterday, and
I'nt Kane, who proved that ho has a right
among tho first lo bo on I'ordham'a biiek
fleld, plaved a thrilling game against the
l'ordham prep Ho lore off big gains mid
ran down tho field, skirting the ends and
giving tho best exhibition of ball that was
seen irom a baekfleld inHii this season at
lord ham .
'I ho game with HI. Hons venture's College
was called off by the up-Staters.aH their team
was badly crippled out West when they
played the Notre Dame eleven liisthaturday.
'l his leaves the l'ordham management with
an open dale for to-morrow Manager
lliinley announced that In all probability
(k.i i,.knvi si I'eter'ii eleven from Jersey
City would be played on l'ordham Kield.
Williams Quarter In Clever Han.
ii ,.,.mu".' M',a (iii io Will
iams's last practice befoie Its match with
llarviuil Saturday on Soldiers' Field at
Cambridge Included some fast scrlinmago
practice to-day. Lewis, the quarterback,
who has Just returned to the game, fea
tured again, making one clever run
through a broken field lor a louenuown.
MiieNmnee. nlavliic back, also played a
strong game for the varsity. The var
sity's opponents were the freshmen and
they played a plucky game, Their cen
tre had the varsity centre going for u
time and Conch Daly called the varsity
man to account several times. The prac-
,i i...ir.,l i.mIM flnrUneun ('illicit R hull.
IIIU loiiiu --
The varsity scoied three times, but toward
the latter part, wnen seveiai suosiiuiies
had been put In, plajed much poorer ball.
Mlehluan Drill In I'ok.
..... . miMv net. la. In n foir
so dense that It was Impossible to see
more than twenty-five, feet ahead on a
field made muddy by n pouring rain that
had lasted for two oays in" .uiwinnnii
i... .....a ...ii ihrniiffli a lomr signal
vuinii? i. " -------- -
drill this afternoon and scrimmage was
passed up. Hnrton i aimosi sure u li
mit of the game on Haturday because of
his Injured leg nntl ine same in mm m
llnyle, whoso arm Is not lu shape as yet.
It Is probable that Mcllale will be used
'. i,i ,.,.a llml llnvnsford will
III riKII' invniv -"--
be at the corresponding place at the left
of the line, wlin roinei mmum mum w
play llglit end In place of llnrlon.
Prosper! Turk Kooll.nl I IlesulU.
. j ... ti..i!.,. . iv A.
fehnollmis Hold inll(ir lo Tie nl
i'2 Points In Hot (inme.
The speedy football team of namlltnn
Institute plnvcd the sallnis from tho U.
S. H. lthode Island yesterday at Van Cort
Intuit Park and the n ivy boys weie glad
to tie up the game at 12 tn 12, The sea
men had an advantage of over twenty
pounds tn tho man In weight, but the
speed of their lounger and lighter oppo
nents completely offset this. The game
cost Hamilton Its slar halfback, Frar.er.
who liijtiied his leg In the llrst peilnd and
will lie nut of the game for lit least two
weeks. Again Hamilton's tuck field
howed class and speed, taking the ball
Shibiigli the heavy line nf the sillors for
bl gains. Halftone, the old Indian player,
put up a great game for the Hhode Island.
Herd Left end . .
tlrn.stniili I.rft Mrklr .
Murphy ... . Left guard .
Thnniiiin .. ....Centre
All-n IIIeIiI Ktisrd . .
II.m Ii HUM tnrklr. .
Stewart . . IIIKlitrnil.
Davis Qunrii rhsi k
I'rnvr . . I,' ft hnlfhsck
linn If Itlffln lislftMrk
Klniil Ninr-. t . in iz. hinre m etvl or nrt
prlml- Hainllinn. n. nemle lulni'l. i. Time
of p'-i Inil- 10 tnlnut.. Timk hibivv ns -lliilf-letir,
Mtllrn, I i r rln nhil Msrlln. Hul.et I
lulls King fnr t'rmer. Mnrlln for Murphy,
Metu.itli fnr MiirMn Itrfen e - Mien, Perm
hlate. I'liipln Klnle). Ilreokhn,
LAUDER GETS JOB AS COACH.
Will l.nnL fler Coliiniblil llnse-
bnll oilier Mentors l'.nuiined.
Tliiee new cn.iclK'1 have been engaged
lo dliect Coltijnbla's athletic teams dur
lii,! the cotnlug Sanson according lo the
list of loaches Unit was given nut by the
dlieclors of the nihletle association yes
terday Lilly Lander, the old time fllant
star hn nlieady taken charge of the base
ball squad and the other new coaches
ate Alnsutulei Meffeit. who will look
after the swimming and water polo trnm.
ti nd J It. llelin. who will coach the gym
nasium team Lauder's appointment was
iniide last week nnd had to ! ratified by
till- boiud. Metleil had eharite of the
wlmmfng til the old Knickerbocker Ath
letic Club mid after Its dissolution went
Wrst. where he coaclwd at th Chicago
Athletic Association There he developed
Kevctal ihamplon water polo teams nml
(ald7.lk, the champion fat dhei. Helm,
the new gymnasium eoaih. was with the
Columbia team for u week or two last
It Is piohable that a roach will also be
obtained fm the xorcer l",tm. which here-
llOAUO OF KLBCTIONS.
Iloird of lllecilnns of The City of New Vntk,
fienersl Office, to? w. 41m hi., borouih of .Man
Notlre Is hereby eh en. In pursuance of chspler
?3. sreMon 301, bv nf IWiO, eonslliullnr chapter
I J of Hie I'onsiillilstrd l.sns. of the hoitiiderlfs of
rsch of Ihe election dlmrlrls In the Counties nf
New York, Kings, gufrns nnrt Itkhmond. of Ihe
(iesltnstliiti of the plnie of rrirlstrstloii, (letulier
II, i:. Is snd in. nnd of Ihe pulling place fnr the
election lo he held November .V IIM!, In crh nf
the election districts In salil counties. n follims:
COCNTY OP Sl'.W YOI1K.
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Coach McClnve of AJelphl has two
new llnds who will piobably b" In the
lineup ln-niorrow ngnlnsi Fieeport. While
alklng down the Held the other d.iv Mc-
l'lfn r..(l..r,l lf.,1 r.,n1lr,.i ..'ill, ll,A (it.
nlor team who seemed remarkably quick ' ,of""' lr'M ""vrr r'"'"',''l Inntructloii from
on his feet nrf handled the ball like a I'li;ftli," rrniluate or two at
wizard. He spoke to tho lad and told
him to get a suit on and come out to prac
tise. This lad Is Walden ami MeCl.ive
has been Hying him nut at quarterback
If he inn fill the losltinn Mc-i'lave will
shift oung Alfiinl to left end. which whs
hy far tin- weakest point last Saturday
The other lad, Vroman bv nam", reported
for piaetlce early last week He had nnh
been nut u few days when .McCI.it e put
him on the first learn at surnil In Phuy's
position. He did not plnv 1 .- -1 Satiiid.iy
because he did not known the la;ti il.
but will piobably ppiy to-morrow.
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The I'oly Hack team st irled hud prac
tice yesterday. Theie are several rood
men out now and after the football sea
son there will be many more dipt.
Spencer hopes to hate .11 son, I a team
as I'oly had two years a go .unl with such
men as Thompson, r5rosvnr. Spencer. I Hi
Trcmbl.'iy, Cochran and Ha scent there
Is no reason wht lie should put have
Du Tremlilay of Pnlv plavMl a rcm.irk
ably good came Turd.i. and Wednesd.iv
In the scrimmage with Manual anl it
certalnlv looks as though he would be
all scholastic quartet hack aciln IhN yc.ir.
Slrnsser, Hots High's all eIiol islir end
of last yiai. will not be able to pnitlcl
pate In Penn's athletics a he l taking too
hard a couise and cannot g!te up tli
time for It. Ilesldes football he plated
on Hots Hleh's baseball team fm uvo
years and was high school ijlttimplon ten
odd times. The other I'l'.iches w hoe con
tracts foi the year were ratified are
James C Hlce, rowing, whnf contract
dues not "spire until 11'21 IS. J. Wefers,
Hack. Tom Howard, ho key. II A
Fisher, baviietb l'i. 11 ml J.vni's Mil' ray.
Jr., fenr'iig. Thm will be P.lci's seventh
.tear in Co'iimliln and Wcfels's fourth.
town id did o well with th( hockey team
last yi'ir Ins Hist, that lie was reengaged
with al.icritt. A itiacli of WKstllug Is
still t.i b iiipoluted.
TYRO OARSMEN PLENTIFUL.
nv llnekflrlil liiiiiblii.
lore 'I'linn '-Itts l'ri-sliitien lint for
Full I'rnetlee nf Colnmliln.
Cnluirbl.i's freshman crew nsplrnuts
(Mine out more than istv stinng foi the
first oiildnor pitictltc of the year which
was held 011 the Hudson nt IMgeater
.testetilny aftermoii It wi the l.itgest
(I"b,K.illoii nf ficsfimen Hint Hie has had
since In- has been at ""iilumbla with the
e.ceptl"ii of the 1510 ilr.'fl In 11QC. and
he w na nble In boat sl eight oared barges
with almost enough left over lo fill
another eight With better accommoda
tion" than he has bad Tllee v- 111 ptobablv
be able to put two more eights on th
river If lb" candidates continue to turn
nit as thev did for the rowing on the
For the next month the youisteri will
have dally practice on the water nnd will
have pinctp . 11 v ill of like' time be
cause lie h'i decided not to boat hN tar-
Islty men until spline Onlv the members
I nf Hie I'll, fresbtinii rquad that rowed
at routhkeeprle last June will lv called
Asv.poi.is Md. Oct. in. Th" work of out and nil other green vnrlty candi
the back field at the Nnt.il Ae.idemv this ilnles Their rowing will come bit- In til"
afternnriti was decidedly nude. Hie backs 1 ev eninc. however, after Itlee IS all through
fumbling the ball repeatedly when tackled , with his frerhmen. In nse. height and
and the fortvniil pass plajs. which were weigbt the entire squid nverag's will
attempted several times, -(-suiting !n Pat I with the In . t fiishm.in squads that Hie
falluics. The conches conllnm (I lo devnt" hi i,,ul
mosi 01 ineir niieniion to orrensive plays,
and there were hIso ii number of ia
changes of punts N'tween the backs nf the
first team and scrubs Alexander and
Ieonard punted In fair shape for the
regulars, while Cochran did good work In
this line for the scrubs. Cochran, who
was one of the most promising bark Held
men at the beginning of the season, hn
been out of the game on nccount of Ill
ness, but leturncd lo practice this after
noon. A hopeful Indication was the ,ig.
grisslvc work of most nf the linemen.
The eleven which will meet Lehigh nn
Saturday will be of much ftreatei stieiigthd
1111111 uiui vviio.li i-ti iii'itiiv ii.si (11 .innns
Hopkins last Saturday Hrown, Ingrnm
ond Howe, the big cintie 1 1 lo, aie all
available again, as Is Capt. liodcs In the
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llortnril Siiuatl pe Ilnll (inme.
Roston-, Oct. 10. There was no foot
ball practice to-day for Ihe Harvard var
sity team and the substitutes. The en
tire squad with the coaches attended the
ball game at Fenway Park. The sym
pathies of the players are well divided
To-day the rerulars will hate a short
scrimmage with n team of icieinns as
well ns Ihe usual drill on pints before
Saturday's game, which will be against
Williams, Sam Felton, who wrenched
his ankle .testerday, probably will be un
able tn play and as (I'Hrlcn also Is not
In shape Haivards substitute ends will
be used, llarvaid will have a patched
up line and If Williams Is at all strong
Harvard's score will be small. .
Amherst KTTnnii) Second 'Ira 111.
Amiikiist. Mass, Oct 10.- In the first
real scilmmage of the week the Amherst
varsity swamped the second team this
nfternoon, seoilng on them five limes
Aggiesslve attack and strong defence weie
shown by the (list team. On the veiy
first play Swansey ran CO yards for a
touchdown on a forward pass. This was
soon followed hy Hubbard's plunge
through centre and another long run for
u touchdown. The other scores were
made on a forward pass, 11 blocked kick
and finally a line plunge by Warren,
Proildfoot, though still Ineligible was
played at end on the varsity In antlclpii
tlon of the lifting of his suspension before
the Springfield game Saturday.
Ton lint fnr l.rhlich ScrlininnKe,
80PTH riKTIll.rtllK.it, Pa.. Oct. 10 The
very unseasonable weather to-day caused
resident Conch Keady to call off the I.e.
high scrimmage. The signal piaetlce was
BOOKIES GRUMELE AT RATE.
Ilntc to I'ny fl.'ll n liny to Ho lliisl.
ness nt l.nurel.
llALTi'toRH. Md . Oct 10 The book
makers operating nt the l.ptnel ince
Irack arc getting annoved over tile de.
manJs nf M M. iCinlcy) Ilrnwn, the
ownei, manager nnd racing s"cetnrv
When the meet opened there were nbout
forty bookmakers doing business. After
a few dots Crow 11 cut down the number
lo tlilrtv-four and nt the ame time he
intsid th" rate to 123 a race'nr JIBO a
day of sl races. Plnillco and llnvie de
Ora 'e chaige the bookies 100 n d iv of
sl races, with 115 add"d for an e.'ri
When the inle was lab-cl two of the
bonks at Laurel dropped nut. Tnen Hr.nvn
announced that those who did "cut In"
would have tn make up the deflclmcv. In
other words, he demanded that the thirty
two books pay as much as he charged for
Ihlitt-lnur. Tn lids the bookies are de
murring nil thev iliire. Thlrti-four books
pay SD.lO'i a day.
Ilookmakern say that llrovvn. having de
cided that his track Is to have a short
life. Is determined to get 1 Irh quickly.
Al Hie late he Is now' going, with the ad
mission fe" inlsed tn J1.50 from 11 dollar.
It Is rtlmateil Hint he will easily clean
up moie than J100.00O on the meet now
(ieorcelolt 11 I'neei First IHk liamr,
Washington. Oct in. The fiist big
game of the local football season, with
Washington nnd Lee t'niveislty Sntur
dn, has been th" Incentive for the coaches
tn give the Oeorgetonn squad the loud
est week of work to date. The scrim
mage to-day, the la.it one before the game,
lasted over an hour, nnd every man
showed nl least as much as was expected
nf him. The supporteis of the team ex
pect tn it In hy a fair shed score. Sg.
tin I dillls will occupy lo-moriow's prac
tice session exclusively.
long nml snappy considering the weather.
find despite the fact Hint scveinl changes the trip means about n'month's vacation,
Frnnce Defies Onr lllslnncers.
The tlnlnports, governing body of track
and field athletics In France, has sent a
challenge to this country for an Inter
national cross-countiy nice, the event to
be held near Paris next month. Th" pin.
posal comes ns th" result of thtj visit of
a section of the American Olympic team
to France, following the garni a In Stock
holm last summer. The only drawback
In the rac" Is the task of musteline n
sufficiently strong team on Ibis side, as
were made In the lineup, lllanco nnd
Houser, guards, were Sent to thn scrubs,
Ackerly and Orniubacli taking their
places. Ilalley, the vetetan, Is still not
In best condition, hut worked with the
scrillm to kiep limbered up, Tate took
his place ut tackle, Wlle, nnother mein
tier of the hospital squad, was supplanted
by Kcruggs at centre and (ioype look
Vela's place at left end. Hnban gave a
fine exhibition nf drop, goal and plnce.
nient klrklnr. his work Improving con-slderahly.
Women's tinlf 'lo-ilny.
The ono dny tournament of Ihe Women's
Metropolitan Oolf Association h on the
card for to-day, the scene being the Dun-
woodle country Club, where fifty or
more competitors urn expecled, These
competitions have bet nine so popular that
as a rule the home club's representation
Is far outnumbered by the visitors, as was
tho caeo at wykagyl and Garden City.
which Is Impossible at this time fnr some
of the bet runners, nnd accordingly It
Is expected thnt the defl will not be nc
reptcd. Cionlil Loses Vim Cortlnnilt 'Mile,
F. M. Ooiild relinquished his title as
champion of thn Vnn Cortlandt Park links
when he was defeated by W. F. Purred
In the final round nf the championship
play yesle'iday. Purred won by 2 up in
an eighteen hole game, In thn qualifying
round Purccll led his opponent by 73 to
71 Sixteen playeis qualified.
Kncr the Hi'iirsdsile Chnmplon,
Another club to settle Its championship
for 1912 Is the Sca'rsdale Uolf and Conn
tr Club, while Harry C Kayser lecently
defeated Frank Low sou In Ihe final loimd
by the conifoi table margin of 7 up nnd 5
to play. A big gallery fallowed tho
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s 219 nth nve
213 10th ave
to 201 sih nve
11 363 W. :sihst
12 214 0th nve
11 327 W. 271)1 s
II U2 IV 21th "I
ts 311 pith nve . ..
IH 3:u Sth nve
17 2.' W. 20lh st
11 201 V. 30111 l
319 0th ave .
29 331 mill nve
L'lghth Aucmbly Muriel.
K 1). Iicntlon
1 121 Division 11
2 20 P!ko st
II Pike st
18 Suffolk st
HI Norfolk si
2 Ludlow st
41 Orchard si . ...
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01 Ludlow M
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ISO HIvliiKlnn st
.VlnPi Amemiij District.
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3 ins W S4thl
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4in lOili nve
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4M Huh nve.
7 331 W. 37lh si
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13 333 W. 39th st
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IS 430 W. 40th si
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14 SM 11th nve.
19 4.17 W. 4?i kt
20 Wi 6th nte.
TVnlli Antmttly Utttrtct.
121 I',. Iliuillon si
217 11 Houston st
1! ut n
70 t: 3d St.
131 K. 4th 81
103 (th at
ISO 1:. 3d st. .
sio sth si
10.1 Ave. A
331) r.th st
SI 7111 si .
73 7 111 si
312 11 Pill .1
1.1.1 Ate A
278 11 10th SI
231 K. 10th st .
311 I'.. IS 111 st
215 1st nte
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ton V. 4lih at
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nil ltth nvr
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M nth nve ..
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M5 W. 47111 st
Ton bull nve
4IS H . 4l'lh st
ISA W lath st
7.12 Uih nve
413 . 4Hth st
711 inih nve
yji . Slat si
41: V. ftlsi n
3M UVAOih si
7ftl nutate .
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nrrlfPi Autmbly District,
ll AtcnueA. ...
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22$ Atcnue C
box K. Hlht
291 Avenue A . ..
40U It. 14th st
213 1st nve
180 3rd nve
297 1st nve
2IM 1st nte
.149 I'.. 18111 st
Ml Avenue II
nut I:. I71H at
rn 1st nvr, ,
311 '.'ml nve,
311) 2nd ave
us ind ave.......
SW t. 2UIt.
. . .Vonillrs
I j-.iiiu! ry
l)( curled As
. . . Cltnr llniei
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t nilei t.il.er
111 2nd nve
317 P.. 24th al
429 1st nvr
4tKI 2nd nve.
32 3rd nve
207 II. 27lh st
134 t:.29th st
422 3rd nve
341 1:. :aih si
MA 2nd nte
f79 2nd nte.
IW 3rd nve
331 11. S.lnl si
331 11. .14111 st
211 K. 3.1lhsl
310 I.'. 3.'tli si
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r,r 2nd nve
.101 I: 39th si
nt'l 2nd nie.
(121 3rd nve
Till 2ml nte.
Ill Amsterdntn me.
I IT Amsterdam nve.
If' Amsienlim ave.
21.7 VV eotli M..
Ml . '.Mb st .
Iwi Columbus nve...
33 U 7:111! l .
229 V. 74lh st
;si Amstrrdnm nte
32.1 Columbus nve
313 Amsierdam nte.
311 Amsterdam ate.
aa v. nisi si
.'iti AinMerd.im nve
411 Amsterdam nve
111 V. with si
71 v s:nd st..
1 12 W Mrd si
liny slid Fred
''brim ' 41
Illrd Store '. 43
1'ndertnker , 44
Iloltlr Denier 4i
. Undertaker 41
cigars I .n
....'. llarber ! 11
, . Ilnrber
. . Clitnrs
. . Tnllor
. . Tnllor
21 S.s. W.S4U, i..M(t. .of West Mndnve llooili
22 2331 Proad'A ny omce
23 ."03 Am-lerrlam nve Tailor
21 3f3 Ainsterilnm nve . Tailnr
2., ,W2 Amsierdnm at e Ilnrber
;n urn Amiteriiani ate Undertaker
27 iill Amsienlim nte . Tnllnr
21 ni: Amsterdam ave llarber
Mrfrrmli Asmir.tly DIUrM,
I .ora I Inn. Orrunled As
"24 3rd nte .... Mines
B17 3rd nve.. Ilarhcr
MO I'nd nve . Pool Parlor
n27 I nve .Ilarbrr
M9 2nd nve ... Unrber
"r.l 3rd nve Florlsl
nr.u 1st nte Pr.rlier
all Ird nve Ilnrber
3(13 1:. snth at 'fnllor
nil 1st ave lirorery
im.l 2nd nve Ilnrber
tru 2nd nve L'nderlnkei
vii 3rd nve Clears
149 1:. .Mth st . Taller
313 I'.. Mlh si Tcllur
Klin 1st nve. .. . ... Florist
N. Il of Wkh. Il'l:. 111. tel.
fretntrrnth AivmVtl District,
Location. Occupied As
.V15 Columbus ate barber
.113 Columbus at- . 1 allor
027 Columbus ave Clitars
(3 Columbus nve l.aundr"
7(i1 Columbus ave Fleetrlclaa
712 Amsierdam nte Lnundrv
S.F. Cor W tiJd i. Hlversltle llrlve Baacmen
272 W wth at Tnllor
104 W iMih st . . lallur
741 Amstrrdnm nte Undertaker
7n7 Amsierdam nte. . . I.nrber
749 Coluir.bi.i. nve . .. Pictures
3.) 41 W. uih st ... htalloncri
7S.1 Amsterdam nve ilnrber
7,12 Amsterdam nve Ur.dertnl.er
S.s W'.ooihn 7.1 ft. nt Wist i:nd ate llonth
inj v Idoih st Laundry
S31 Amsterdam nte . Telior
391 Central Pirk West . Tailor
7.1 . inutli si .. . .llarber
Kill V, llilai st . .. .llarber
M3 Amsterdam ate Ilarbrr
74 W laid st Tailor
20 V lOllh '. . . .... Tnllor
103 w uuih st . Pnrhcr
in.-, V l.fith si Pnrher
lio Mnnhnlian nte labor
r.tehtttnth Assembly District
II. n location
1 1035 2nd ate
2 1070 2nil nve
3 Ki.vi 1st ave
4 1074 1st nve
i 1173 2d nve
n nfli 3rd nve
7 nil 2ml nve
s 1131 1st nve
'I 12P1 IM nve
104 K. OsthM
1269 1st nve
1111 3rd nve
I mi 3rd ave
ISIS 2nd nve
229 i: 70th st
2.-.1 F. 72r.d st
411 11 71st M
11(11 Avenue A
311.1 11 72nd st
311 II 73rd M
r. n location
1 ?fM flroartvvnv
S72 Amsierdam nve.
203 v 101th si
tin Ameterdnm ave
27S3 Ilrcadvvay .
477 Central Pk . V
70 V troth st
Ml W. innih st
M3 w 110th st
Sid W 113th at
X. S. of V Il9lh st
of Clarrmont ave
r.7 old lininilviay
f.2 1 v 131st it
S2 Lawrence si
120 V 121th si
4in W. 123th st
12.13 Amsterdam nte.
1272 Amstrrdnm nte,
N. H. W. llllh si
401 W. HMh l
411 Mnnhnltan nvr
30 V U7lh at
2ini sth nte
S12 v linth st
2Ni W llSthal . .
HX W. llllh l
3'.i U iiath st
?(VI hth nve.
300 W lltth St
Mrliown'a Pns. CenlrnI Pnrk
10.1m at. nnu am nte
Ttcenlltth Assembly District.
r. D. Location
. . . .Shorn
.. .. Clgnrs
. . . Stationery
. . . . llarber
. . . llarber
. . Tailor
. . . . laundry
71 fl. weat
. . Stable
. . . Upholsterer
110 ft V. of ,
. . llarber
1219 3d ate
241) R. 70th SI
1(4(1 1st nve
lll K. 7llll st
1421 Avenue A
1472 1st nie
lm 2d nve
1190 2d nve
1131 3d nve
1MT7 1st nve
llin 1st nve
ISM Avenue A
IV17 Atcnue A
1.115 Avenue A
1139 Avenue A
1171 IM nte
312 L. Mlh nt
IS1 K soth st
HID 3d nve
231 K 82dSI,
11.13 3 J nve
Tuenly-prsl Assembly District.
It. D. 1-oentlon
1 311 IV 121th al
2 373 W. 125th at
3 2101 Mil nve
1 2.1i sih nve
.1 2135 7th nve
217.1 7th nve
7 S3 W. I2sih at . .
8 31m Lenox nvr
0 2209 7 Hi ave
tn 8121 sih nve
11 2135 sth nve
12 2imi sth ate
13 2219 7th ave
II 211H Sih ave
II S9 YV llllh st
PI liu YV. 133d a I
17 2.V13 "111 nve
IK wis W IJllh st
19 125 W Llllh St
20 2.119 7th nve
21 2313 7th nve . . .
22 2WI mil ve
23 2SJI Mb nve
24 2-111 Mil nve
2.1 Id2l Amaterdnm nve
nil Amsterdam uvc
27 1417 Amsleidam nve
21 1M2 Amsierdam nve
211 3.11.1 liroadway
30 I .',1-1 Aintirrdnm nve
31 3.17.1 llrondwny
31 311a llrondwny
112 Hiiulllnn nl.
134 II.1111IIM11 pi
SI I W. UStli at
f.M V. IIMIi at
17a2 AniMrrilnui nva, ,.
497 IV. llllh at
St Nicholas pi. ...
1711 Amsterdam nve...,
717 SI Nicholas nve., .
IM4 Auisterdnm nve, ..
1K7 Atnatrrdnin nvr. ..
IMS Amsterdam ave, ,,
132 Amsterdam ave, ,,
19,12 Amsterdam ave.
bit V 1.17th at
fis HI Nicholas nve. .
Ill IV. IfOih si
inin Amstrrdam nve....
2011 Amsterdam uve....
2111 Aiiisterdnni ave.. ,
I0HI PI. Nicholas ave. . .
21?il Anistfi'dnni nve...,
H Audubon nve
It 12 SI Nicholas nve. . .
2214 Amstrrdam nve...
1311 st Nlehnl.11 ave. . . .
23in Ainsterilnm nve...
IS7S HI. Nicholas ave. , .
710 IV. mist at
1404 Hi. Nleholaa ave..
Ml W. Mist al ,
IIM Si Nicholas ave..
423 Audtlbnn nve
Tn rn!ii foi:rti Assembly District
, . . ..MTtren
. . .UndiHakr
... .1 IlarbV
. . Laundry
. . . ,;ititinnr"
. Ileal llstais
. . .Ileal HitalA
K. s.ith at
II. 92d st
n. 51th st
11. 104th at
91 ChrlatnplKr at.
3171, llleecker at
413 llleecker st
97-9S llreenx Ich . e.
1 Perry si. .
0 flrernulch 'ivc.
41 Chrlslnphir st.
17 (th nve
4 th nve
2 (lib ave
27 lh st
73 W 11th al. ..
176 Ctb ate
Ill llreenivh h ave
113 7th ave
26 Union su . . . ,
!12 Jd nve
309 llh nve
13 IV. ISth al
272 Sth nve
107 W 2th st ..
412 4th nve
111 K. 25th
E. r Locatlor
1 174 3d ave
2 Mil 3d ate
3 1101 .MmIIsoii ave
4 UQ7 I.exlnxton nte,
1 1109 Madison nve.
I 14 72 Mndlumi nvr. ,
7 41 II. 103d nt
1522 Madlrnn nte.
1150 Madl.on ave. .
lis. Mndlson nt e.
K20 Madison ave.
1(21 .Madison nve.
1454 Mndlaon nve.
IC'I Madlsnn nve.
23 I.' 115111 at . .
1743 Madlsnn avi
so K 11Mb t. ,
1774 MadlFnn nve.
19 3(1-3B II Hth St. . ,
29 lsil Mndlaon ave.
Ttctntv tcvntk .
n D. Location
h nve. . .
'. 41st st.
. . iiarDtr
. . flarher
. . nrb-r
. . Ilnrber
. . Ilarbsr
. . llarber
. .. -Flfh
. . Tnllor
. . . .(larmant W.
.... Lunoh Hoom
ith ave. .,
sth nve. ...
6th nve. ...
(th ave. ...
W 4 Hth st.
Cth ave . . ,
V. 4 3d at.
Vv 37th at.
ft Ih nve. . . .
E S2,t st.
3d ave. ...
B. 40th st. .
n. 41st st. .
lilh ave. ...
4th ave. . . .
K. D. Local Inn
1 172 r. 107th st. .
201 R. 107th St. ..
239 K 109th at. ..
17s Lexington ate.
132 K. 110th at. ..
Ii91 I.exlneton ave.
203.1 3d ave
20(57 3d ave
21 M 2d ave
2230 1st ave.
1HS Park nte.
ii-.ti zu ave. ....
204 E. lleih .(
UG2 Lexington nve.
ISO! Lexington ave.
. .. -Tailor
.. . .Tailor
. . . .I.aundrv
. . . . Undertaker
Ttcenty-nlnth Assembly District.
.Location OccunUd t.
1 34 W th st.
3 i,t 1 oiumtius nve.
3 3 Columbus ate,
4 SI 2 Sth nve
ti 1039 lh nve
" 11 n. 59th at ,
7 713 Lexington nve.
s 10 3d nve
9 61 n. d st
10 J 46 3d nve
11 951 I.Tlngon nve.
12 lies 3d nve ,
13 lOSii Lexington nve..
14 1114 Lexington nte,.
15 1110 Lexington ave, ,
U 945 I'nrk nve ,
17 127fi I.rxlnrtnn are.
M (15 r. S5th st
19 1030 Park nve
20 1190 Madlenn nve. .
21 101 n. ISth st
22 1221 Mndlaon ave....
23 1127 Park ave
24 129 Mndlsftn ave
25 1414 Lexington nve
2 75 R 94th st
Thirtieth Assembly District
B it Location
1 2!4 1st ave
420 n. 119th at
119th St. .
. .'. .Barber
. . . .Barber
. .. .Barber
, . . .Barber
. . . Laundry
. . . . Bnrhrr
. . . . Barber'
. . - Birber
. . .B-irber
. Stationery . is
. . .Tnllor
. . -Tnllor
. . . Ilakery
Tvcnty second Assembly DlstrUt.
llnriiias , 21
Daibr B U.
..Undertaker 1 1
Barber I 1
II. 1) Location
t 11711 1st nte
2 431 II. Md si
3 1M0 Avenue A
4 15JA Avenue A
am 11. Md st
SM )'.. Mlh l
;il l' Mth st
17.1 II. Mlh at .
1 11.12 2d nve
jevim Avenue A
.112 II. aith si
1B3.1 Avenue A
1A71 in ave
1 1 inn' i K. 7lh l
U7 K. S7lh si
ir,5 Atrnuo A
cm Atenue A
iftM Avenue A
I7ul 1st nve
171a 2d ave.
17JI :d nve.
319 ith av
.. ,. Ilnrber
1 1. ..!..( . .
..Boot. II., "M
MM l.t ate.
23M 2d nve
21511 2d ave ,
2493 2d nve
2079 Lexington ave.
250 H 121th at. ...
201 K 12fd at
2021 Leilugton nte.
1727 Pnrk nve
177 Park ave ....
71 K. 120th at. ....
S9 K 125th at. ...
1413 Park nve
2017 Miidlsnti ave.
2091 Madison ave. ,.
21 SI 5th nve
7 V tilth al. ..
1 W 136th al. ...
5s0 Lenox nte
C(! Lenox nve
N IV cor R. 117th
al. and .Marti-
Thirty-first Assembly District.
Lnralton Occupied Aa
19 St Nicholas ave Tailor
1324 Mh ave Candy
13 Mb nve Fish
2 Lenox nve Barber
73 Lenox ave
M St. Nicholas nve,
K7 Lenox ate
1312 ',1b ate
15.57 V I ISth at. ....
129 IV. 116th St. ...
123 Lenox nve
IM I.ennx live
llll Mh ave
td9 Lenox ste
2S W. llSlh st
121 T Sill nve
191 St Nicholas ave.
2231 Sih ate
2277 Sth nve
2IW VV 132l at
239 Lenox nve
11X1 r.th ate
2274 Sth ate
IIS IV. 121th at
:0t!4 7th nve
2318 Sth nvr
3211 i-nnx nve.
. . , .Underlnker
. . . .Underlnker
COUNTY OF NEW YOP.K.
TIOIlOUdH OF MANUATTAN.
first Astemhl, District,
Th a lal Election uiainci l" uuunucu
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