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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913.
V at ion and Reid lop List With 147; Ray, Also Britisher, Next, in lie at 149 With Strong Vardnn and Reld Tic With H7 Strokes and Ray la Only Two Hhotn Worse. HERBERT STRONG WELL UP MacDonald Smith, Barnes, Ross and McDermott Others to Have Chances. Hkooki.inb. Mass, Sept. IS. Joyful nessuiss for those on the other end uf the wire pasted through the trans-1 Atlantic cablea late yesterday afternoon from the Country Club. They conveyed lo Britishers the newa that Harry Yardon and Wilfred Raid of South Herts and Banatead Downs, England, re ! lively, hud led the fletd at the ind of the flret thirty-six holes of play for the open rhamplonahtp of the United states Golf Association. They also con veyed the further Information that Ed Mrl Ray was only two stroke behind the two leaders. In a tie with Herbert St i ons;, the first of the American play rrs. for the runnrrup position. Yardon and Reld led the field with a total of 147 atrokea for the flrat day's pisy. with marked similarity In their i -suits. They each took 76 for the morn All Atone Yesterday, Alone Again To-day DROOKLINE, Mm., Hept. 18. " Little Herbert Strong received plenty of praiso at the end of the day for hia groat golf. His acore waa well deserving of all the praise It received, for the luck of the draw for the pairings for to-day's round left him the odd man and he had to play hia round without, a partner to spur him on, and waa accom panied only by a scorer. By a curi ous freak, of fate, when the draw was made this evening for the pair ings for to-morrow, Strong's name again was the last to come out of the hat, and he will have the same lonely task to-morrow that he had to-day. ENGLAND'S TRIO HAS ITS DAY OF TRIUMPH YALE SCRUBS UNABLE TO HOLD BIG VARSITY BREAKS TENTH COMMANDMENT. roach Head t'aata l.onalna Kyr at llxNm-sa. N. H.. Hept. 11 There Is no lank nt f ,1, ,t , 1 1 matxrlul In lh I'lilMJ of ' lit" at Dartmouth. The call for candi dates whs Issued to-day and after the Regulars Tear f'p and Down the m"nMf.T"t ,'q1u,ppd. men with their moleskins, sixty more sp- . Field and Register Pair whers 147s figure. Walter Hagin. an other homebred, from the Country Club of Rochester, was the real hero of the native born group, barring an amateur, Francis Oulmet. Hagln's 161 left him within striking distance of the top. Oulmet it will be recalled, did a 74 In the first round of Tuesday's qualification and led the field. He did another 74 to day, In the afternoon, following a "7 In the morning, and a total for the dav of 161. Ho was going like a racehorse until the fourteenth hole of the afternoon, where a put a dent In his aspirations. Worse than that, however, waa his tribu lation at the short sixteenth, where he nut i his tee shot In a bunker and took 6 for the hole. Y. C. Fownes. another a ma of Touchdowns. WILSON INJECTS piled for the togs. Coach Dave Morey. 18. spent a busy afternoon with Ms 110 eandidstes, who number Among them many gigantic players whom Head Coach ' I avanaugh eyed with envy from the ' varsity gridiron, where the squad was 1BBSSS ' having the most strenuous drill In rudl PEPPER mentsry work administered to date. j I'untlng. falling on the ball and passing ! formed the greater part of the long after- ' noon workout until a snappy signal prnc Pla VH UliarterbAI'k and Makes tlce was ordered for the first and wond teams. The latest sarrlflce to the team One Tally Welser Counts jng retina, wnicn lert inem in a ne teur and an ex -national champion, also lor ninth place at the luncheon hour, and aM w,, wltn - mornln of -, ..,. piemented by a 75 in the afternoon Fred Herreshoff. the former Metropolitan dis trict smateur champion, did even better than Fownes. with 76 In the morning and then both bettered their morning scores by flve strokes In the afternoon play, each getting a 72. With Edward Ray of Oxhey. England, t was a ain-ercnt story. He was 79 ? i , w...nnnn . .-, in the morning, and only In a tie for, Th. haVe .lone themseives t wenty-flfth place. In the afternoon. proud In this tournament thus far and one F" mm iokiiu vi iv, r them Is likely to keep up the good might easily have been a (I. Hitting long ball from every tee. he found little difficulty in getting horns In two at every hole of the outward round except the i.lnth. At the third hole he made his one error, taking three putts. lis mads up for that by taking only one putt on the second and the sixth. Par or better for each hole of the first nine gave hlra II to the turn wonderfully fine golf Ills start homeward also was par for i he tenth and eleventh, while a 3 at the twelfth was like giving par the laugh, for the hole measures more than four hundred yards. The thirteenth found him with a putt that just missed going down work. It would be something worth while for an amateur to finish In the money In a field which Is easily the strongest ever assembled on this side of the Atlantic Jerome D. Travcrs had a couple of its. for a total of 16. Alec Smith did not have a particularly good day. though had he plated as well In the morning as la the afternoon he would have been with the leaders, for after luncheon he put In a 70. In the first round, however, mary : Other Ncore. Naw Haven. Hept. l. There was hard scrimmaging for fifteen minutes this after- i noon at Yale Field. The gates were i closed and the spectators of former days were excluded. The varsity scored twice and the scrubs couldn't get the ball into varsity territory at all. The coaches stopped the scrimmaging from time to time In order to explain the play. Otherwise there would have been more scoring. Judging from the way the varsity played. Wilson ran the tenmtst quarterback In snappy style. He msde two end runs for suhstantlsl gain and Anally took the ball over. The varsity did not try for a goal. After some Instruction from the conches the ball was put in plsy sgaln mid the varsity stsrted rushing toward the scrub goal. Markle. Vt riser and Hsvsge took turns In carrying the ball and Anally Welser took It over on . line plunge. Twenly-Ave csndldates for the fresh men team reported to Coach Harry Vaughan this afternoon. was made to-day when Coach Hlllman of the track team gave his star sprinter, .Stanley Llewellyn, permission to try for ths team. TIGER VARSITY RAW IN WORK AGAINST SCRUBS Two Touehdowns Made, but Team Shows Inability tn At tack With Consistency. OUTLOOK DARK FOR RAGES AT SAVANNAH if Not Enough Enter Races by Ortober 1 Motor Event WIH Re Dropped. ENTRY FEES ARE TOO HIGH Edwards Suing Automobile Club of America for $9,000 Salary. NONE UNDER FORTY ELIGIBLE. ABcd and Middle tared Members af lra Ridge Clah la Tourney. Members of the Glen Ridge Country Club and their guests, all of whom had to he 40 years of ago or mors to be eligible, competed In a series of com petitions yesterday. There was a thirty six hole medal play handicap In which W. H. Colson won the net prise, with 174, 26 14. and Clarence Place took the gross, with 164. Ths not award for eighteen holes went to E. Jones for hia card of 86. Id 71, the gross being won by H. B. McUine with 66. K. W. Congdon won the thirty -six hols putting competition with a 71, while Dr. W. O. Broughton was success ful st eighteen holes with tl. W. M. McClure look the prlss for the best score of ths day at ths twslfth hole, over the pond. McClure was the only man to get a S there. MILITARY TOURNAMENT FOR THE GARDEN AGAIN -The chinces of there being sny roail rare In November st Savannah for the Vnnderbllt Cup and Grand Prise are I growing beautifully less evsry dsy. The i Savannah Automobile t:iuo ioibs wr era promoting the events ssy that ittfcjr j Revival of Old Fixture to Be OctODer I merti rw inn r,,uu" - - PgtNCSTOM Hept. II. Karly season rawness still seems to be bothering the Tiger varsity. Judging from the form tils Carried Out on Big Plan in November. played in to-day's scrimmsge. which i they ran t collect such excessive fees. PENN HAS EIGHT DAYS' GRACE. rooke Piles It Oa la Afteraoea With flettyakarsj la Mlod. PHii.AnBLPHtA, Sept. 16. With only eight more dsya for practice before the game with Oettysburg the University of Pennsylvania football players were put through a hard afternoon's work to-day. Practice In the morning was called off. but Coach Brooke made up by giving stren uous) work later In the day. The squad now numbers almost half a hundred. Coach Rrooke gave the first blackboard talk of the season to the squad he waa 12. The sum-11 ""' training nnuse. ne ouiunea ms coscmng pocy na save nui arvrrai-piayn. riser Vsrdon. Smith Herts w C Reld. Knslsnd lor a a. dux i was pencci may. At uie vj. n-i,w fourteenth came his poorest work of the 1 Herbert Strong, fiiwond C C .... round. He hit a long tec shot, but was ft scdonsld Smith Wyhssyl doubtful of his ability to get home with iL.BX'.T,ft?,. ri.. sn Iron, despite the tine oleek shot that he I V ffsslBSr snw his partner, Tom Anderson. Jr.. plsy 'Alee Rose. Brse Burn from a point in back of his ball. At any I 'Prsndii Ouimet. Woodland rate, he used hi. driver and topped 1 his 'C'si' HIli.:::; ball. Then be attempted to pitch a Ijh Hulrhinson. Allerhemr matthle to the green and quite astounded - J. J. Mrrjermott, Atlsmlr (Sty... the gallerv by topping that also, the ball 'red llerresholt. Nations! running across, the green Into the Ung tiff M. Ql ""' raM beyond. It wss only by laying up -w c Pownee. Jr.. Oskmem. his fourth to a point about eight feet I J. D. Traverj, t'pper Montdsir. fr, ih. , ,. ,,,,1 hnte'nv th.. mitt that he I B. Andrews. Hew Haven secured a 6 He took three putts on I BTs Sw anTt Itsngirrii' nrteonth. nut made no mistases on ine last three holes to get his 70. a new record fOi the course as no laid out. Aleck South. Wyksgrl. Country Jack llobent. Ki isle r noil mnneii. ine uo Brady. Wnllsslen j Aleck Campbell with Reld. Vki don and Ray occupying . 7" H Murray. Kanawaki leading positions, snd Herbert Strong , P Uorle. Myonis alone holding a position equally c Jackftoiialdeoiv Olenylew With that of Ra. It may be seen that KSLmrVmWtSB, from crossing the Atlantic, as It did J R. Thompson. PbUadelpnia. when Vardnn won It In li0. are rather P Robertson. Fail River.. -- --- - , slim. Strong played two good rounds M Barkar. Roebuck Q, Macdonald. Ctnctanatl to-day. 75 and 74. and may yet provide ff; Murray. Royal Montreal worry for the Invaders NVxt to Strong, the American players holding positions of vantage are Mac o W. Cummins. Toronto.. I J. H Taylor. Lskraldr Oeorse Low naiiuerni. ... .. .. r. H neiwooo. uaraeu W. Macfarland. Saeckill. F. Mr Leon, tsusra. J. O'Brien. Weal brook Amateurs. CAN BEICH BEAT MORRIS? Dnnwlri Smith who tied for the national w a Vannw. Skokie .pen. title three years ago, and J M. jylvesir NewYork Rarnes of Tacoma. both of whom Anlshed Mstt -''o, Coun"T ; ; the day with totals of ISO. MarlKmald Thompeon. Olen Rids'e Smith had a 71 In the morning, playing the Tom Vardon. Onwejilaia.. . . most brilliant kind of golf. In the afternoon i B 9 aTfaaa afJayrt lprtagi he sot going badly In the early stages, so I i, CSSS!S.nXlh. . did well to Anlsh with a 79 for his second Tom Bonnar. Meeklenlnirs round. Barnes had rounds of 74 and 7. Thus far. In practice and in the tournament, the Tacoma professional has found It lm- noHsinie to ao wen on ine nwwani nan of the course, but he invariably has come strong at the Anlsh. Perhaps In the two rounds to-day he will get the two parts of the course more In unison and be the one to pics the English golfers to the limit. Alee Ross of the Brae Burn Country Club. Boston district, and George 8ar grnt of Washington, both of whom have hld the open title, are well up with 1SI as their first day's totals. Ross tied with MacDonald rimlth In the morning with 71, hut took 46 to the turn In the afternoon, netting in a bunker at the fifth which ex hausted his patience and wasted shots, so that he took 8 for ths hole. He showed good spirit by coming home In II, for a round of 10. George Sargent secured his 1 M In steadier fashion. John J. McDermott of Atlantic City, present holder of the title. Anlshed the Aret thirty-six holes with lit for a total, six strokes behind the leaders. McDermott will go aboUt his task to-morrow with Are in hia eve. His only trouble to-day waa Inability to make the putts go down. His lung game and mashle worK leu noining tn be desired, but somehow the ball seemed shy of dropping Into the cup ven when propelled In the most promising manner. Had a few of these putts gone down tn Mc.Dermott's morning round he would have had a wonderful score of II or better for the harder half of the course. He wasted Mrokrs at the seventh arid eighth holes, ar.d eren then had two putts on the ninth for a IS and one for a 14. Hs tried to get the one and. as so frequently happens, took three, which made him l to the turn. I'erhapa that little disappointment In fluenced him slightly on the Inward half. n that hn was l to get home for a round of 74. In the afternoon he did something . xiraordlnary for him took four putts nm i he Afth green and seven for the hole. He uas 41 to the turn. 17 home and 7 for the round, which was far from satisfac tory. Tom McNamara and U. J. Brady, two of McDermott's cronies, and a couple con sidered In the light of distinct barriers lo British success, were disappointing In their day's work. McNamara had a great . (finning. He had a 71 In the niorn Ins and hard luck alone prersnted R from helni t I' 'hree strokes better. At the short tenth he pitched his ahot beau nfullyi near enough to fcTS Rim an east' for a 2 under ordinary circumstances let M m. rtt Tl in Tfl 7? 17 7 TO IIS 7". 74 14J 71 7 1S 74 7 It ff 7 IM 71 7 IM 71 M 77 74 1(1 7 7 If.: 7c i it: n 7 im 74 7 - Itl 7t 71 IM 1 73 1M 77 77 IM 1 7 71 lit ; 71 Itt as 71 its 7k l It i N 117 S3 7a It7 74 7S 117 77 S L-,7 M 74 lt7 7 : ill 7 M IM 7 74 1U tl 77 It 71 St IM 7!t M Its Ml B IM 7 St IM St 7S let SO 70 1S SO l 160 tl 7k 11 I to mi on m ki 70 S3 in: 70 K 16: hi tl i: 1 0 to 70 04 161 04 70 14.1 V. 711 143 Ml 77. 144 IM 7k 164 or. so 16.-, 06 70 16,'. l M 166 HO :. 146 3 : !.. CORNELL GOAL Df DANGER. Varsity Has Msek ! I. earn boat Defeaee WcraRs Score Raslly. Ithaca, Sept. 1. That the Cornell var sity team has a good deal to learn about defensive playing was demunstrsted to day when In the Arst real test of the var sity's resisting power near its own goal the second team's barks, (filbert. Shock and Sprsgue, bucked and wriggled their way across the goal line time after time In mtdAeld the regulars held, but they gave a sorrv exhibition when defending their goal. Hlg men like Mallory. Collier. PViek and even Capt. Munns could not with stand the smashing, and thousli the coaches Wept them at it no Improvement resulted A new man on the varsity to-day was Prick, a big guard. He halls from Call- BRICKLEY S TOE STILL DEADLY. Tries Drop Kick Pros" BS Yard Lias aad Sende Mall Over Pasts. CAMaamos. Mass.. SepL 18. In spile of a hot ajid muggy morning and afternoon the Harvard football men did not let up In their hard preliminary work to-day. In both drills there was more Individual greatest consideration Coach Gardner spent much time with Bradlee. who is still awkward, while 11 SStUsy of last year's substitute list waa worked with the regular bark Held. Charley Brivkley did bis first drop kick ing of the year to-day. finishing a long series of shadow plays up the fleld with a successful goal from the twenty-three yard line. lasted lasted an hour The regulars made two touchdowns against the scrubs, one being the result of a line buck hy Oils for ten yards The other tally was made by P. Trenkman after he picked up a kick blocked by Heynlger and ran for twenty yards to the goal line The varsity, however, was unable tn maintain a con sistent attack upon the scrub line and frequently lost the ball to the second tesm. Strelt and lle alternated at fullback to day, the former doing some strong line burking. Htrelt Is expected to All In one of the hackAeld positions this fall, nnd the coaches are piling up work on him steadily. He has been shifted frequently to the scrubs to give him practice In tackling. Merrltt followed the scrimmage from the side lines under the escort of u group of coaches. After practice he was put through his paces In punting by DeWltt, who has him In charge. The whole uni versity Is watching Merrltt closely, as he has shown promise of becoming one of the best men on the eleven. He Is hullt some thing after the style or Wi-ndell. Har vard I captain last year. He Is sure on his feet In line plunging, and also ran use the straight arm well. As a punter he appears to have no small ability. H0PPE MAY PLAY IN PARIS. Pre orb tntkortltee Wllkdraw Their Okjertloaa to Cw star. Prencri papers recently rerei . d say nn International billiard matob between William P. Hopps and Pimiln Casslgnol. to take place In Paris this autumn, is practically assured. Because the Ameri can champion had played In academies In Paris the police administration of that city last spring refused to grant per mission for him to plsy In the French metropolis. Now. it Is stated, the authori ties hsve modified their aitltude toward Hoppe to the extent that he will be per mitted to engage III matches in Parts. He wilt not, however, be allowed to play In an academy. only ritlsens of France may play in academies. Hoppe. who In March madn prepara tions to ge to Paris to compete against Casaignol In a game of s.ouil points. 11:1 bulkllne, and was sorely disappointed when arrangements to that end were not completed, lias no definite Information respecting prospects for such a contest this fall. As the holder subject to chal lenge of the 1S.1 and IS 2 rhanipion ships. he must defend these titles if called upon to do so In the meantime he Is ready and anxious to make a trip abroad to play Casaignol. If satisfactory terms 1 are offered by the barkers of the French : expert he will promptly accept for satisfactory contests the events will be off. At Istesl accounts only three ears had been entered, these all by one maker. so that with less thsn two weeks to go , It looks bad for the races. If the Savannah folks would give up Th,r, , be r., Ival of the Military trying to grab the earth they d have " Tournament In Madison Square Gurden chance to get some entries. But asking h(i w, Qn , (h r UttS itfnr A tit r,ury TT" and. The Rsvannahlans rail 10 realise i - ' " T" " " auraciiva or ine snows staged in ine city's Indoor playground. The tourna ment will be carried out with an many of the old features as possible and will be conducted as before by the Military Athletic League. The dates si t are No vember S to 8 and the Arst actual step for the show wss the signing of a roti- I tract last week with the management of HISS GASSELL PLAYS HER WAY INTO FINAL Speed and Aecurawy Too Mueh for Mrs. McLean, Who U Easy Vietlin. VICTOR IGNORES INJt'KY Despite Hurt Ankle She Puts l'p Star (tame, to Surprise of Bijr flallerv. MIK They blame the manufacturers for malt ing demands they consider outrageous and the manufacturers rather more Justly reply In kind. At Indianapolis, with a prise list of IfiO.nfH), a fee of only ."o a car was charged, with reductions for mors thsn one. At Savannah, with only about . . A .... . ntt mn...... ,h.u ..-. ' :, on " , L I neX. IM s-erden by CoL Walter Bryant Hotch- that they'll take three for I1.TB0. In JJ! The last time the tournament was held was In 104 and since that time the league has contented Itself with de ciding Its championships In a one nlghf exhibition In one of the city sr- den Axture niid there has been a is time, perhaps, at Savannah, with t'd d'mfnn ,or he 5r!?M ?' ,,W 0ld I r ,mnd fo1 th' The summaries: ry fees chsrged too high to touch with ' ST2!L Vvi.SC w mrh,lnnll" became so uomes. single, roarili .u...i Jin r strong that the executive committee de- N urdr, ,ieffre. MrN line Rawson, I 1, order to get s fair deal the maker must enter st least three. It looks as If the Havannahlsns were trying to make a sure thing of It before they start, or else no go. Bad days, these, for the Vanderbllt snd tlrand Prise. Last year st Milwau kee snd the prise money not yet all paid Th ent I niAmA n -.. I n at a t .. I... , r r. a r.. .... , ,. KI..W amiu i - I had murh to do with popularising the Na- nillism A. Kdwards. ex-secretsry of ' . , , ,. wUE the Automobile Club of America, must ,,0''t", J? 't f I?""iIk' have worked either for love or else sue- J&?L5?t n o.in , "h? th S5" tallied by promise, alone. He ha. started , GS mTt ihP. "LrZ , S r, ?h f milt against the club for M.000 owed him ! ,'",i " "V ,. . H". .., . . i one held President Koosevelt headed the .... n-, , ,. r.,Muai. I", I PI, IV ,1 !.,.. ...K-. ..hl.l. ... .in. rw .... whi n, win- n , uiir posed of the Secretaries of War and the Navy and the generals of the srmy. The United 8ts1es regulars took part In the, maiKr-uvres as well as the pick of the militia companies, hut perhaps the most MnsTn.AiR, N. J., Sept. II. Although the threatening weather to-day kspl quite a few of the tennis players away from the Women's tourney on the dirt courts at the Montclalr Athletic Club, a fair slxed crowd of enthusiasts was nut and they were treated to a surprise when Miss Clare C.is sell of the Hronxvllle Association advance to the Anal round by defeating Mrs. Mar shall McLsall, New Jersey State title holder. Miss Csasell's victory was clean cut In every respect and came In atralKhl sets at 83, 2 Seldom IT ever has tho winner playi-d better tennis. Notwithstanding the fart that yesterday she Injured her ankle she moved around the court with plenty of speed to-duy , more than plenty for Mrs, McLean. Her drives were hard and sceu rate and her lobs were well placed. Then too she choked off practically all of the Jersey champion's rallies at the net .md outguessed her frequently hy using a change of pace In fore court. Mrs. McLean, on the contrary, although she did some rattllnit ,..mh1 work, was not up to her usual game. She lost many op portunities by failing io pull out some Comparatively easy irets. She attempted to play a driving game, hut her smashes Iscked their accustomed sting and wi re easy for Miss Cas.-ell. Mrs. C, N. Heard, champion of Nw Jersey laM year, defeated Miss Jane JloWp son In the fourth round st s W " and modes. These championships lacked I i. hr...L.t.i uin. Miss Marie Wa the spectacular features of the Oar- , r , th.. aeml.flnal. The winner of this match will Oppose Miss CSStell In the tlnsl Thorp Keepa Ilia Mea on the Jasap. I'onch Tom Thorp gave the Pordham squad a taste of real work yesterday af ternoon, when he used three assistants to keep the entire squad In constant actioti. Five new men reported. Kinnor has It Forsser maleur Heavywrlgkt Will Aaswer starry la Uarsea To-night If Al Reich, former amateur heavy -weirht champion, can whip Carl Mortis. the Oklahoma Olant. In Madison Square ha, westle Mcehan. a 101 pound guard i-.arden to-night the sporting iriuernuy who lert srnool isst yesr. will return will he agreeably surprised. Reich la a handsome young fellow, wonderfully built and pose li asm a trip hammer punch. Rut hs isn't much at boxing skill and nobody knows whether he csn stand ths gsff. H boat Sailor Whits In ths Afth round last waa. a feat' of no great consequence, for ths Hallor was unAt to box anybody. Morris has been fighting for more thsn two years. Hs Is two Inches taller and nearly twenty pounds heavier than Rslch and of course he has had grsster ex perience In the ring. He hasn't boxed here In s yesr and says he has Improved considerably Morris was Aoored and stopped once, when be took the count In a scrap with the late Luther McCarty. But he declares It was an accident. They all do. Two other ten round battles will pre cede the big affair. Dave Kurts of New ark va. Billy Orupp of St. Louis and Tommy Buck of Philadelphia v Frank Conlfrey of this city. LEXINGTON RACING RESULTS. First Bscs till furlongs Ktlields, IM (Mcf-abei. son: Billy Bsrnea, 111 (letRtsS), aecond: Labold. Its (MsrtlnL third Time. 1 IS 8-6. Trsieler. Allan Brldgewater. Huay. Jack lllsger. Bill Whaley and O' Tla Tru. 'Two"Sellsr mutiiela paid: Btbslda. tuslght 11.10; Billy Bsrnaa. plats 111. I; Labold, "hsIionV'Bsre rive snd s bait 'furlongs Jean (luad. 115 (McrabeL won: Deposit, lit! (Keo.hl, second. Buck Ksnnon, 113 (Bux ion. third. Tims. South.rn Lad. Intsrniedlste. J. Nolan. Woodburn. Little Mean, Meshsrh, Francis and Sardorus alto "two dollar mutuels psld: John Ound. straight ll.lt: Deposit (field), plare 111; Buck Ksnnon, show 14. SO. TSIrd Bscs Ons rails Oallsy Hlsvs, 145 (Mr Mlsbetbv Harblnson. Jr.), won; Hnysl Amber. 112 (Mr. S. L Vanmelh. Jr. ). second ; Two Vis Men at llamlltoa. Utica. N V., Sept. II. Hamilton Col lege opened Ita I02d year to-day with an entering class of eighty, the largest In the history of the college. The football squad was augmented by the arrival of Latorce and Ogden and Coach Samp put the squad through a stiff signal practice. Kimball stars oa Defeaee. Amhrsst. Mass. Sept. 1 The Am herst squad was put through a long workout to-day . Light scrimmage was In dulged In. Kimball, the tackle, showed up exceptionally well on the defence, and Ashley carrying the ball well. Deeljrn a Knee Soantl Agala. Mtnoi.KTowN. Conn, Sept. 18 The roachlng Staff In charge of the Wesley an squad waa strengthened to-day by the arrival of Reginald Hutchinson, brother of Head roach Danny Hutchinson, wno will assist with the linemen. Deetjen s knee is entirely healed and hia kicking was a feature of the practice. Pordham Prep Ssjasd tat Potva. Capt. Hilly Ho wan bad the Pordhsm prep going in Ane form yesterday after noon and has cut Ids squad down to thirty men. Several stars from high schools have registered. Sam Missklnd. the Commerce High coach, had his charges on Kordhatn Field for the Arst time this yesr yesterday, and from now on they will be aeen there. August 11. ) IS. He says that his predecessor. Charles Porsdlck. got Ift.nnn n year and that both Kdwards and the club contemplated the Payment to him of a reasmisbly Isrge salary He says he has not received It. although he has demanded It. The automobile school of the West Hide V M C. A. has bought two Knight mo tors for use in class work They weir bought from the Columbia Motor Car Company. attractive of the exhibitions was given by the Forty -eighth Highlanders of Can ada. familiarly known as the Kilties. Clark Breaks Twenty straight. Atlantic Citt, N. J.. Sept. lv - Break ing 24 straight in the shootnfT Jay Clark of Worceater. Mass., SJI SSted the VVesty T. 8 Trehell. who wss connected with i Hogsn smateur championship at singles tho A C. A. Cltt Journol. and W. N ' rrom Je",' UrlfAth of Philadelphia here Wcsterlund. asociate editor of thai nub- to-day Both broke B9 out of their cen- licHtlon. are in a new advertising agency ,urv thM' '"""'kable records being to on automobile row. The company .' " r"'!I "'-"V ,h0Ot" called Trebell at Pratt Agency. Inc. T. B. off ,he hllsdelphlan dropped two ana ITatt was in the publicity department ' l cond trophy. or the New York. New Haven and Hart ford Railroad. 40. Semi-finiii Round Bits cisra Casjssli de feated Mrs Marshall Mctiean. . 42. IgSatea'l DsSbltS gSOOSd round Mrs. C N Bear.l and Misn Marie VVagnrr defsated Mist Polly Sheldoi, .in, I MISS H.-Tie Wright, 44. 14. 44. Mlssd Doubles- Heoend round Miss Clars I'u-.eii sad B, ."4. H. Prenderga.1 risfealed Mls All'erta Weber .in. I F, A. fellet. I 4, j a 4 TliirH Hminil Mr- Niff and otto Fflncks defesled Mies Polly Sheldon ami i.'ilfford I'Hlrns. . 7--: Miss H VsS VlSck ind II Slnelltn .lefeste.l Miss Msr.aret geymbUC and .lani"S gSSdefS, 2--4. 7 ,.. 4 I iHad Mmall, hat Hope Bis. 1'ftovinr.NCK. Sept. 18.- Only eighteen men turned out for the football practice at Hrown to-day. and owing to the heat the work was light both morning and afternoon With the material which will he available by the Arst of the week the roaches feel that a fairly strong team la In prospect and that their problem will he In building up a hack held. After a mile run this morning the men heard a long blackboard talk, while this afternoon their work consisted of getting down under punts, forming Interference and other rudiments. An organisation which calls Itself the "American Motorists Protective Asocia tlon" has Just been incorporated in New Jersey. Right st the start the purposes will make a hit, for they are. among other things : "For mutual benefit amt ' assistance snd for the protection of Its members against impositions, extortion and excessive charges for accommoda- Uons, necessaries snd services rendered while motoring at a distance from home and from embarrasments, if temporarily without ready cash or means of securing credit when among strangers." After this the other objects seem quite colorless They provide for getting legal mer st Ale.andri. llav and B.rmtn.. h,.. ' meu.cai aavice ami mo.oring supplies George P. Slosson. who spent the sum mer at Alexandr a nay snn nuraioga. naa . 1 , .. j rr-7. returned to New York looking better than ! en ro' A,? ,n -, ' "f ,d "Jro.M., service : to proide motorists Insurance twenty yeara previous, and has b gun practice for a busy campaign the coming season. He says he expects to challenge Hoppe for one or botii of the balkline championships Having beard that Hoppe may wish to go to Paris. Slosson ssid: "Hoppe is entitled to a chance to go at low rates and to maintain a research department tn look into all preparations and devices for motor use and to report on 'l.eir merits. And also "to provide for the IndemnIA to Paris to engage In a match and should ration of lis members from loss In whole not be, lu anv way hampered. Although or ln part for moneys or necessaries fur I may wieh to challenge him I will rVol nlshsd to fellow members while motor nothing that may embarrass him. Of I !ng away from home In rase member course I am not the only one who may making such advance Is not reimbursed challenge. Sutton. Demarest and Tamada , by the member receiving such accommo are probable challengers and may get In datlon." ahead of me, but I lv not think either It hasn't been sprung yet who Is In It will do anything that will Interfere with an International match, which, if ar- GUNFIRE TO BE OUT OF SIGHT. raiigeo. win ne one or ine oesi inings mat Tkea Cinderella Will Start aad Try lo Catek Her In Rare To-day. I tasrsaaas (io lloa Taesday. ..nt .... - - - . . . . , , ...... an, .a i. Hut the heavy rain of the previous atsjsjl ajjjl I ifjs.j. Missis (Mr. Brownell Berry- man), Bow and Arrsw mr. boiii snn nappy April (Mr. Lucas Csmbal also ran. Toe dollar mutuels paid: Hal lev Slave, straight 14: Beyal Amber, stass li lt; Lady Nuts, show 4.7. . 1 Peurtb Bscs Two-ysar-elds; all furlongs Seslus. 141 (Hsnry), won; Bao, 111 (Leftuai. second: Osasls, lit (Orsst). third. Tims, 1:11 1-5. Delft and Isabella Vails else ran. Two dollar mutusls psld; Sostus. straight t 11 Bsc. plare 12.44; Osaple, out to shew. Fifth Bscs One mile and a sixteenth now. II. ill (Oroasi, won, Kleburne. Itl (Turner), eeeona; rirwg 10m, tww icus.nn,, third. Tims. 1:44 4-1. The uradsr sad rr tiaaaar also ran. Two dollar mutusls paid: (low all, straight rut nn in the time of play In ths morn' Ins bad ao softened tho turf that his ball imbedded Itself so deeply that McNamara had to take a niblick to dig It out Then 'here was so much mud on tho ball that li" had no chance to even get his putt for i 3. Again at ths thirteenth MoNamara's pitch to the green saw ths ball struts, end then rebound to a point behind where .i strttok. The hole which H left mads a sort at bunker for the putt, so that the hostess homebred had to take his mld iren iflauad of his putter. His form of the mossing gave great promise of what lie might accomplish la the succeeding inundk of the championship, but In lbs afters! saatters we at entirely awry aad if took him 47 to get home, after sn out ward round of II. .This II practically nut him out af the running, tor bis total on ll holes was 161, twelve strokes be hind the leaders. The troubles of M. -I. Brady of Wollaston cams In the morning whan ha ,... i. - r.,k... Bln.hiwl S3 Ha alwava ...i. n. haul round In a chamolonshln 1 Artful Art, .(sells of Bun Mswr. Kalrlas and that one s. nrrsUv dishes his chances. 1 .. "'" ""IK He came hank strongly In the afternoon ,l: n, , h Adair 44.14: Klsburs. pises till. Plyleg Tern shew 11.14. Sixth Bsee fkj furlongs Mersxck. Ill (Loft us), was: crleco, ill (Tarnsr), sseeadi High Privets, lit i(leees). third. Time, 1:14 4 t Hogmaa also ran. Twe dollar atatssls psld: Merrick, straight lll.lt; rvisoo, place. 14.14; High Privets, eut to shew. . Seventh Bare One mile snd sevesty ysrds -Marshss. 11 (Vandussn). won; i.. H. Adair, Itl (Martin), second, Barnard. Ill iMei-abe. . third Time. 1:47 1 t Baltyshe an, oai ndt also dollar mutusls said Marshoa. stralgkt r, place III 71, Bernard, The Herman Imperial Olympic Coin mission which has been studying athletics In this country will return to tier many on the Kaiser Wllhrlin II. on Tuesday next. It had been the purpose of the New York A. C. to give' a dinner at the city clubhouse In honor of the visitors, but the death of Robert 0, Kammerer. chairman of the reception committee, and of Mayor Oaynnr caused this plan to he abandoned. There will be a reception for the members of the commission Instead next Monday night from 9 to 19 P M. Addresses will be made by William H. Page, president of the N. Y. A. ('. ; Su preine Court Justice Hartnw 8. Weeks and James K. Sullivan. Invitations have been sent lo athletic clubs, turnverslns and collegia can' happen for billiards Wilbur Whitehead, a Ane amateur player, who on Wednesday returned from a European tour, nays Casslgnol, Adorjnn The match race between the Cinderella. I and Fouquet sre playiim extraordinary . the high speed runabout built by James; billiards In the Parisian academies. At 1 Simpson, and the OunAre. Jr . owned by I balkline Fouquet sives CesslKnol hard W. J. Brainard, Is to be held this after struggles snd Adorjan frequently heats noon This match was the outcome of, Casaignol. Of the European amateurs Mr. ' some friendly banter between the two Whitehead said: "They plsy heauliful motor boat enthusiasts, nnd Cinderella lo j billiards. Mortler Is the strongest of all. win must heat Cuntlre. Jr., eight minutes In my opinion he Is the eijual of the best over a course of thirty miles. There professionals I saw some of the games In s a substantial stake depending nn thn amateur tournament In April. Mortler the result, and the loser Is to entertain made a grand average or nearly 24. ln twelve men at dinner after the race two games which 1 Witnessed h averaged I rh '" w,u mad" off ",0 Columbia 33 snd 40" .Yacht Club house, at the foot of Eighty - sixth street, st 4 o'clock, and the Ball Prrrlar Jadgrd Insane. ; course Is to a mark off Ardalcy arid i return. Commodore Chapman will be San FiiANCtern, Sept. IS Hull Per- the starter, and W. II. Young will he the line, American League baseball umpire. ; timer at the lurnlns mark. The flun was sdjudged insane this morning In re. Jr. will take her eight minutes st Oakland and committed to the asylum at the start, and she will be nut of sight Nspa. Perrlns Is suffering from lo,-o- i when the Clnderells Is sent off to catch motor ataxia and Ills rase Is considered her The Arst boat home will win the hopeless. 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