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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1913.
RITCHIE AND CROSS READY FOR BIG SCRAP Now World's UirlitwHulil Kiii llti (juiclit.v I'.iirni'il Hi. Till.'. NOVHT. I'OI K YKAIIS A(i() Sew Vtn'ki llti. KM'rii'iiffil Miui.t I'ps jiml Down. Inn nt Hi Hi'f-t Now. Altlmush Ik- has tnl.cn pill III l"- linn tvvt mm -.. tl l.l(tll-H iiml In iiiiI Veals td.1 Willie Itl It'llif l llli' li'C.IKIltr.l.l .'..thtttclRhl rll,llllitlill of tin- Uiltld. .Vi'V. i dm sdn iiluhl III .Miidls'iiu Sipiaio !at- Uli I. mil i'iosk, ii New Viirkcr who l live .v-nrs. I . I t mi I li.if Kit - I oxporlonc. III I'l" lll'lltH. will ti 1 1 till .t I' it tli eiown ftuin Hi'- ' I i.t 1 1 1 1 i li In ii tin loillid bout Thin iilfah "ill Inln.diice Itlli in- tu lo-ul boxim: fiun fur tin' llrs-t time, ami llnH' H much out ln:ty ,i to Jnt wli.il Mini or pllr-Hlnth. ,llilll till' .mil- ('.ill Illllll. Ill pnss-eist . ' liltclli.'s l-lll 111111- I" I SI' tfeli lllll lli Was bitltl ill Sail l''l anc!-co nil 1" l.i ii.i t- 13. ISHI N u li-mnii Atll-I h'.lll. Aconlilttn In lint I'ociud. Ills i II I. -t lnuf. s-dotlal Ilk-Ill tool, place at ll.ll.-l 1 iti'l foul .war iii,'ii. w hen h h.m nut-1 1 'it 1 1 I ' I la .n.x rounds- b I'nllfnt tiln l-'i-.ltltilo Illllll.-'. mil known In llil'. pall nf till' I'lilltitM. A Ve.ll' Intel Kll-llle laeM-d Maltv llil.lwln ef llo-lnn III i l-'rl-n. anil lh- I . 1 1 lee i.ii in.' tor .ii' w-nllct on points at the ini of the' tMctltlelh tolinil. I 'I In- iliainpi-m's next i ngasitnent .is a( foil i Kiinei hour miIi .link lltltton, the' Jhleaso bo-r The in-1 at a Kilinj club In October, ll'tl, ntnl liltchle got a l"i Islmi on sup'-rlor elevei iies. I'.icke) ' Mcrail.iii-I was ttalnilig on the coast at j that itim- for a battle "Itli Toium Mm-, l 1 1 iiml .iftei t : 1 1 III.- hud whipped a eeisnid vai-i riiun-il .1-1 1 v .Murphy In font loiii-.s I'.iri.ex ,ni:agii It I til as a spatting Imrini i .M.-f.ii I.huI mill Miirphv weie matched to b,- on NoMinliet :a of that ear. lh' slim d.M Wolgast. th-n llghlwelght 1 1 1 1 1 I II . ll to have boxed I'reilille Welsh lliltlsh till- holder at Vetnon, Oal Wolgisfs sudden attack of appeiidi clli? l-fi an op-nhii; ami Kltchle. on the .i'll f Mi l-'.iilaicl, promptly agned to in--1 Wi Isli on twinty-fotit liouis notice. IJili-hi-' iiiii-'I In Vi-rnon after a foui H'i ;i lnMir lailioail J' hi ne y mi tin- day of th' mill II-- eigh-il 1 :t s pounds and uas h.iiil lit for giu-lllug uinl., t h--t.i-d twinly lonnds with the clever Itiliou. lto iis ilteliin-d til- winner on points This i ."ti.irl. ible 'h iuliu; by a liii'i nhoi ii pill tilti'lil-- In the llui'llght mid .Mi-I'aii.ind was iituong the tltsl to Hilt is- him to go ,ift- i- the title. 1 .11 Ht -m In (l-f.-atrd Young Sa lor, V.inl.i-i-Schwartz., 1 1. r Trindill atel Veiling Ihrn in sho.-t bouts and then inn up ag.ili -( Wolgast for tin- tlrst time. This Mr.ip was a four lottnil nffalr ami wa.i sieged In S.m i'l nncisco. Tli-re was no im isioii, but if on- hail 1 u allowed k "liav aoiiIiI Inn-' been fait- lo both men. l-'io'ii the stall It was a t-rtllle slugging I. - Itotli in-n scored Unnckdonns. Uliilil- having much th- b-ttet of th Slt two loiituK. while Wolgasl i eri-d ih- in Hi- last two Itltehl- came II. i i-t aft-1 that bout, but nobol cared toi Ins gain-, so he jotittiejeil to New Mr-I-mis. wluie In- hml th-- lietter of a ten ioitn-1 no d----ison nfr.ilr with ,loe Mannot, ln was knocked mil ! Cioss l:it lu ll i l.a-i Xi. nil-'- Itltchb- again met Wol k'rts in l-'il--i and -von ih ehaniplonship on a foul in lb-- slM nth lound It was s.il-l th.il Wolgast, on the -tg-- of a l,in kout. I.i :: tit- ink lo hiii I blms-'lf flom such hii'ulli-itfoti. Ititehle t--ok a test of sl ni'iiilll- In onlei to pick up easy moil-v In 1 1. 1.- lit. but last .till' h- i tllineil to III- il'ig iiil'l made .lelcail .lo-' IJU.rs slop In a nKitlnnal light on th- C'-.lsl I'l-ill. i Welsh Indueed liltchle lo agt-e to a Iwcntv i.nin.i bout in Vain mn- r. I!. I'. Il-l lliollill, b.lt .1 Week ll-lore the late llM il Kit. Ill- .siidileiily ..i. k. il his Hunks an. I left town in the mull' Welsh .i.'ciis.d him of cow ardlci-, hut Kit-hie lnci lias deelati-l til-it the pr.unoteis of tin- bout i'fu-d to post u 1 1 A, una giiaranl which bad be-n promised lo him. Welsh and the pr.unoteis have de nied this as illoti. and It seems to be simpl a qii' Minn of veracity. Cio's lias ep rlet.i ed many tips and dnus. t nil- time his IlliHh as a draw ing i. ml M-eiue.l imiuluciil, b'lt he has re .v. 11. 1 bis prestige and to-day he stands In the Iront rank of the light weight division, 1'ro.is, who is a dentist and practises under 111 light name lr. l.oulb ' Wiillach was boin In this city m I'VliriVn y li. IssO. lie began UmIH ing fur money pilzes In 1 9 ft 6 and tool; part in main lo.-al bouts, holding his own with sin Ii men as Tommy Murphy, SUtiiny Smith, Mike illov-r and Charlie iiitlln, and knocking out, among others, .Ine lUrnst.-ln. I'rankle Madden and Hnttliug llurlev It was in the winter of Hois that 'toss took a s rminil chimce with I'ackev .M I .m-1 . 1 1 1 I mid wasn't in it at any stage -if t.n- gam- Th- following year I'ms-s again 1 I veil a thrashing finiii 1'hiK". in 1, 'ii tiiuiids and aniither fmiu ,1cm I n isi oil, tie i:uglsi feather weight champion. Loach also was knocked out In fort-. inn- rounds by Dick Kyland al I'ohna Cal , for which he re-i-lv.il oiih a l.w liundrcd dollars. In i:n. 1 1 1 iiml KM:' Cross did all his lighting In th. I'.im lie outclassed u-Mil.v all ol Ins an'auonlsts, beating K, O, Hruwn, 1 fin- linimd tlogau. Holt Keyes, Matty li.1l.lw.11, Tommy Murphy, Dick Hi land and otlcis In nn decision con tests. Hill when In tackled Matt Wells, lli 11 (hnmpinu of Ihigland, In- was beaten I. .oli.v. vnotiiet- r .'.in int n-real was re ceived at the hands of .lack llrltton, who made cio"-- Ion., lonllsli in a ten rnund combat. Subs. iuently Cross knocked nit Ma.- Hound llogan in three rounds n ud then piita tied poor Uattling Kelson fin- i.-ii 1 nun. Is without landing a sleep wauop. It was not until Cross stopped ,loe Man. lot In New- Orleans last winter that In- In came a liamplniiKhip possibility. lie w is outpointed, hut not disgraced by Joe Itlvcrs In two local bouts, and last sum-oi-'i on the Coast he knocked out ltud AndeiMiit, who previously hnd applied 11 sl-i-p punch In K. O, I'rown's hard Jaw, Cross then clamored for a tight with liltchle In California, but the latter, after beating liivers, told l.each In wall, Now i'mv admit tliat he has the chancn of a lifetime 10 win the championship and Iho fortune that goes wilh it Win he b successful'' Women In Piny at IliiHlen 0111I, In Iioiioi of Miss filad-s Itavenscroft and Miss M111I0I Dodd Hie Women's Met. iomihii liolf As.ioclatlon has nrranged an additional one day tniiniami'lit. It will be ihie.l at the Ilnglew ond Cnintty 1 'lub on Tuesda, October SH, an.; will not bgln until l o'clock In Hie aflernoon. as th" Hrllisli girls will not be. able to reach the ooiiiNo until that hour. Th usual eighteen hole handicap will be played fur pilc.es given h) Hi- association ; r,d Huw. ard III 1 1 1 on. Chnrlrs Muriili, .'niiK .thrum!. Clll.'..o, iK'l. sr., President Murplij of ftl Cubs iinnounoed to.iilght Hut" he "ould sail November I for Kurope, nc. - .mpHiiIrd by Mis. Murphy. Tln-v will sit Muiph's old bom- In I'ahlr. Ireland, Mini Mrs. Murnhv's nattv.- ilnrnu,,.. -ri,.... will 11 turn In lime fur the annual meeting m .annj ia,su Mctmiier I, Hessian One nf the nrlit'j lendlliu rltle shols, whose presenl it 111 1 1 1 Is the resnll of lonu nod illlluenl prncl ice, t Mrs I In whs 11 worse shot I bun eten the sierrme ninn. lint Ui-pf mi shunt I UK Just liei-tinse he IILril ll. YOUNG SHOOTERS. TAKE HEART! Ilesslmi, One of roreniost MnrUs men, lleunii Virs. 'Mum mi, DIscouraKe.l b.v the fact that thev do not show in.iiked nblli-,' to shoot straight with the rltle or- pistol after little prac tice man) would-be maikstnen gave up th- game 011 the theot.v that a sine shot must b- born and not made The re markable career of .lohn W llet.tn now one of the world'" foremost Mile shots, however, should overturn this ihen-'v mid raise hop- In the youngsters, lies;. when h- tlrst sUrte.i using eii.i ...iiii.i not nil l ie nrov-i i.-. --- i..irn It- I t on tivmg. lu.wcvir I.......I. i.nii.i. w:.s verv slow 1 .....I now- 11a- nianv si.m- t etlil and he made a big a.Jvan.e. wmning 1 ve H st places, on- of th.-m-at the big lt.-hv. 1 ligl .i I. in. i-t. "I'"''" eompcle. as a ' "r . .. f n,e l'.ote.l States involute . .. V llitled Pi six , !es In i?n;.. two in 101" ."id nine in' '."V. i '.. . ... '..t..,i on In 1?U'. but ha. I 1 1 1 1 . i i.-.-i.. .1,.. .liil'.iictiou of being I..,.., ,,,,11,111.11 te.iri's. Th. creditable performance of the Matine Cot ps IVrr. t'h o. RAIN FAILS TO STOP THEM. ....l. llr O.iUeTs nn Their -.'heil uli-il CiiiiiielHI"- .. v 1 i i. t 'J.'. Th m t.,e'..".'i..l'.''r P.u.nani-t,! and an -Ighte-n hob' hatiill .lined In the rain the' Montclatr Coif club In th" handicap V. !." w.i i i iM.iss A with t'.' and .. ,i. ...I,...- I., i Mass P. with'.". Til-scores iMi-.h .v - V, 1 1 ' t . t I " in i.. vv i: Aliir- lis .lr , SurltriiK -r 'i ... ii ' I- 'l. ii.illsgii.-r im . ... V M li let. HI 1 1. tnii-r Timrnniii-nt 1 lr" liver b.it W i: Mar' us. .l.l.i.ll ' VV . tr .'. ut nii'l n.,1 .1 vv s-nr -. ... i.i.. , vv II nrimiifr linns, -'r line b-'i1 Se. eli.t HUM I li i - I-. I, linllauliei-. UP "I o I . . I. thus. in In hi .v - . . i'-' 1,11 ,, llreun Smith : ll...t'l'.. " "a '- lo , , I ii ii 1 1 v s-bra-'r v -ii rr.tm a xn,','r,en''1n! ".l-funH I'. W. Uglier l.-a. ' ?V I"'i..'" ,"'i- .:ita i.-..t ll lllirn ,-ii. -,. .. i- ..,. 't"-... .... ' xe, ,.n.i i:i-iit i:. i VV .vint Inm il'l y 11 tiolilnsoii Martin I'h,,,;...,,. J up im.1 ! t pla - '.'."' . '.'B,1.. l. Plnsen v.m fr-.m i: ll. fnrmer won ir.uu .ufatilt: A. I. I'leis.-n von iiiii-ii. .- I "I f t ti S I N t e e n -1 ll- M-rrlll brat W I HUMtrn, i "i'. ' VV,,,.., ii-rcv Mori I Inli nKin. li'V .ipfault ; lr Smith GOING JUST SUITS SURPRISING. hl,L. VI ml Into I'ni'i'. f lrlo nml Stroinholl. hiiT.Kt.. Md.. ct. '.;.. -Kalu .ontinue.1 lo.dav and the Hack was half water and half mud. which Ju-t suited surprising, winner of Hie Juv.-nlle Stakes at six fur longs. After lacing Stromboll Into sub mission he dt-w away with ease n he stretch to win und-f wraps fi.m, i.otelus and Stromboll. Czar MlohacT huist a blood ves-el tit the far turn and collapsed, The value lo the winner was 2.l.iin. Capl K. P. Cassatt's clever thri ecai old Plyllig Fairy cunceded big chunks of weight lo older "noises and led flom Mag to finish In the all ages handicap at a mile and an eighth, with H"'- xcc.in.1. a length hack, and thu'e lengths In front of i.'.,lr.h tf I'nriift. uiiimii ti INavarre was far and away best In the steeplechase, winning In a gauop iroiu Octopus and Hell's Sister. Jim llunson. the favorite, pulled up lame. Ihe sum maries : Plrt Hnre- l ive r.n.i a De.luctlon. Ill (Shuttlngeri Inilf fiirloiigs ! in 1 ntriitr-ht, vvnn i .1""" Knlghti for place, seeoiid, tin illut Weill. I to a llnlllweg. I"'" lWi.lf.-l. 6 I In show. I lllr.l. Time. 1 l". I 11 in Vnnkrr. Volt hnri.e, .Hill I.. Il.llierj, sresslve. M.m.-relf. llliiek 1 hlet, lairslta liwyer and ltinrnh nls.i ran Seri.n.l lino Hleeplrchilse! lilmllt two rnlUs I,. Nsv-irre, IS (KeiitlnKi, '1 to 1 t-trslKhl, weir, Octopus, 151 (I'lnrkl. 0 tit o for pl'ii-, se.i.n.li rieiis Mir. 11.1 i"""'rii I IO : Hi HIlilW, llllin. t ...i-i Ilnnn'in, Vsrl.-o nml la'dy Melhn nlo ran. Third Itnre Twn.veiir-nhls; six furlonfs Surprising. 118 iltlshtuilrei, 11 In f, straight, wnn; llotelua. 111 iHurllrignm'), 'to f, for nlnoe, seenn.li ritrotnhnll. HI (lliilwell), S to ., in sh.iv, llilr.l Thn-' III Spesr 'isnil. I'sar Mb lin-1 nnd rniperlntendent also run, I'.iurlh Pace- fine mil" nml a furlong PljltiK I'ulry. 118 llinl'si, 13 to 6 Mralght, 1,'nli; Hull II., US (I'lillslrilll. i l" ft fnr pines. Bsiomli Knight of I'lnus. DO (Pcirill. i to 1 in slum-, third, Time, lif.7-5. Wnrkltn I. ii.l. rUniiiia, Amkrnse and lUngllng nlsu r.ni I'lllh llm-e 'riii.yfar-.ililn; sK furlnngs I'.illy 11.. 111 IT Hiivlesi, Ih to r straight, mm. T.iiii 1 1 a no... k, 10i i.virklniisl, I In I for plars. svnnil; l.umti's Tall, inn IM. Mil x I on I . .1 lo I lo show, third. Time. Ills, ll'brsi, lle.ui I'ere. Jezdll, Hunamlt, Sslva- I I. .ii Nell, I'erlh llnrk, ifcnrlrt Letter n4 Putty llrgan also ran Sixth Uikc- file nnd n half furlong Hen (Jiilme. in iTmvltri, r- to 5 trlht, w-iii, r-telliitn, 10s rUiutf.iii, 7 to for place, second ; Kuril's llmther. J0 mithtmlra), I to : to hmv. third. Tim. 1:11 1.1. Applmi.ler, I'anurs, llln( Mrhll and lin.rt-.itll alto rau. John W. i S . . , v ? j 111- telsi.ne lilies i.t 1.1- I rAlStiiSWV f i V '!''. ..V i.'tH'Mvfl O .kT iH.HTWlr' ..-g ,4 t-.uiS he showed the tlrst signs of any . ' .. fe ilW TW.g M F ' thing bk- championship form when. . WmW&Mxt ( " H W '.W'ViS ftM AfB,f 39BBP shooting at an aids on a i.gu.tion JiSf ' -'f-'Kt WSimWM ..1 I a!fh fia 0tyM0im4l& BBL hr won first Places in comp-.lt.on 'MSh. 'I V 5Cl4t, flM X MM9T fi . . . . ...a.i.f 111 jr ' .; rr'yt nww jrvi. i -s. ' v-'i1 - v .. ' -v- -r -i , v. i-M-i' 11 tiiiiiiiii 1 LiiiTi ' . jiVimkuv. .v?'zirjA- y.L.-:viiirrjr ' p'-'r'.''.,.,'.r.i.. 188.8.131.52:-... v h iiiik.m ktaBf iiik. m mv 1 ;:::Z'"'r::, s;, '-. I II li 11 IIP II JVAHilftWiW iftH .1 ANTI-PROFESSIONAL WAR BY PRINCETON , , 1 iM'I'lim'l Allili'lic Aillliorllics Auiiinsi Mnny -Form l he Kvil. Of KKKP COACH (HT HUNCH ItiiM'linll Mentor SI1011I1I Stny SU111 ii Summer li.ill rrowncil How 11. III I'lllM hlllN. N .1., Oct I'l illtelllll athletic authorities! lime iniiiigiiiatrd an aiitl-priife-slnnnl c.impalgii. according to the announcement niinie Here by the ath letic boaid of cm 1 1 Jul . Aiming the iiues- Hons that are being discussed are base- ball loach sitting on the bench during games, summer baseball tiy college stu- dents, professional coach In hookey and tile rescinding of the passes of "P" men ho are Ineligible for the unl erslty teams, The proposition n' piohlbltlng the base ball coaih sitting 011 the bench during tin- game is the most leaitlonaty of nil the inerisuies. The matter has not yet been definitely voted on by the authori ties, but according to what npp-nr to be well grounded minors Pilricctmi will exclude tin- eaaih from the pl.ivers' bench If llarvaid and Vol- will agree to do the same Tiiele alunva have been many chaiges agnlnt this out and out trait of profession. illsin ttiat the colleges have In -'ii guilty of and It Is therefore a distinct step In advance If Princeton H able to inaugurate this custom of havitig the coach In the grand stand. Tile tuple of colli g- mn participating In summer baseball has been n nun h di-t-. iissed on--, and the stand that Mid Nassau is taking plac-s a strb t ban against sum mer playing. As vet the plans for abolish, itig tills feature are not ilellnitelv set tied, but It will Include iiImi an attempt to dlsju.nl" college men from Joining the profer-sionnl ranks after their rnllege 1 onrse In- .loseph W liay-roft. who is the lie: d of the depal tliient of physical ciluea- VI facturer much less I But the ' - - - - ii-.i!' r.s ' 4 -r i ;r'vMi ft t b - Aiaiii -Mm- 1 Mr- ing and in quantity manufacturing arc not the only elements of saving which can be effected. Each factory has its own system, its own machinery, its own personnel. Some arc still making cars by the old routine with the conventional methods and ma chinery. Some have advanced more or less and a few, a very few, are producing on the up-to-the-minute efficiency basis by special machinery and special methods particularly adapted to the size and type of the car being made. We say without hesitation, and it is a fact well-known in the trade, that the great Overland plants are unquestionably the most thoroughly,N efficiently and economically equipped and managed. This great business has the advantage of the personal direction of one single man the man who founded the business, the man who has grown up with it from the beginning, the man who developed it -John N. Willys. Specifications Hon here, when naked about the iiuentlon of aunimer baseball wotilil not go Into ill root refutation of Dr. rlharpo of Cornell, who nnld that colleges Hliould allow men lo play ummrr Imll h a legitimate oiire of Income, Mince college rcutilre- llnentn, the oik- year rule for qualifying for athletic ntnl the iierenrinry nchobiMle Ktalnllng would prevent the poKHllilllty of colleges ilrnwlng on professional rank for playerx. Dr. Itiiyrroft mid: "ThH tines-linn in one 01 ine muKeni mai nun ' heeti oeetipylng the attention of nmuteiir oigiinlzatloiiH kiicIi nit the National Cnlle. white Association, the Western Conference, I the Ohio Conference, and the .Missouri I Valley Conference In recent years. I do not tliltiW that summer hasebnll Is de sirable. Personally I am opposed to pro fessionalism 011 principle. This attitude represents that which Princeton Is tak ing. "We slin II try to preclude the possibility nf any of nur graduates entering piofe- slnnnllsni when th-y leave college. It seems lo me that a graduate -liould filltll this Maine point has been raised and has a greater position III life than that which given the opportunity for nun h discus Is open lo him as a plofe-xlunal athlete. 1 sloii. I lloweer, there is nothing dishonorable 1 Suppmleis foi each side of the argil-' about professional athletics, hut this field meiit can b found in large nuinbeis, ntnl i does not afford tile college man the scope , It s crv probable thai If a i',inns wMni r..p ti... r,,n ..r n,u ,.,it-n-.i.,..u .i,i.a, i 'his college tinlnlng has glrn him." ! ! The rei.-alllng of the tmsses of men ho, I have won their arslty litter and are now I ineligible for university teams through ' some scholastic falling or for any othei , reatons for which he Is lesponslhle, marlts . " new step In the ctid-nvor to keep the I athletes up to tin- tntilreil standard. i I'rmcelon has Had n lot or illlllcuity ts duse of men being debarred from ath letic participation due to conditions, and It Is by Hits acllnn tha the authorities foimal! condemn the failure of the man as well as inflict a penatt.v for his de linquency. Definite action has bien taken with re rard to the professional coach In hockey. This (-ar all the training of the le.im will b- done by the captain, and any alumni who are willing to assist Another action that is under eonsldri i Hon Is the withdrawing from the two mile or more races that are held in track. This would mean the abolishing of cn.s. countt.v. The reason given for this is the Injurious effi cts Unit It has 0:1 th" svst-m of tile participant. Thl same ruling will apply to crew, for Dr. Spaeth Is opposed to long races, The l-s-al course Is under two mller. While Princeton alwa's has be. ,1 noted for th-' cleanness of h-r athletics and the strictness of h-r rules, vet these new rul- lugs, some of vvhlrli have been votnl upon and otlu-rs of wnlch are under consldera- Hon. would tend to make for a furthei 1 rldditi '- of Ine i i. trues of p-i.fe-u!nl!sm 1 icaint tin nill-gis The Economy of "One Man" Direction 'T IS obvious that a motor car manu can build 50,000 cars at than he can build 1,000. difference in quantity buy C. T. Silver Motor Co., Distributors 1739 Broadway, bet. 55th and 56th Streets The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio Btectrli ataj. !!, tall and tub llhi. Star a katttrf ifi Horn powtr sMa llMi(likitth(M Tlrakta bari4 NEW SCORING SYSTEM IN TENNIS SUGGESTED Kntliiishis. Ailvnmtos .Mnlcli of Tliirfy (Jnmrs. Insd-ml of Three Sets. The old iiliextlotl as to the iidW..ahllit.V of changing the scoring system In lawn, tennis has been revived by an cnllitHast who writes, pointing out the ells of, scoring by sets and the nihantages of i accounting for victories by tin- number' of games won. At regular Intervals al-1 , 1110H1 since ine crv inceniinn or ine t-.tntn . made of all those uhn pa tennis thej factions would b ver neaily euual. That Is or course true only In this .ounti.v, for In lingland Hie devotees of tennis, or for that matter of any otlnr spoil, I are decidedly against chnugcH that would be even less radlca in the other iiu.it1 ters of the globe whore tennis Is . pla.ved to any great ctoiit the salmi' thing Is true, rnalnl.v hi cause the game) has been Introduced by the ttiltlsh arid the players follow In the footsteps of their Instructors to such an extent that I they even mpy the lliltlsh modn of play. I'nder the present system six games ' win a set unless tin- sore g-.-s to .". nil. and untiirallv enough In a best two out of three advantage s,.(H match the winning of one s-t gives n pla.vti a desirable position. On the game system I the man who revives the discuscioti sug- gests that slxti-m games out -if thirty win In a match thul would h- -nuiv.iloiit to a three set affair, or twenty-six out of fifty in one of live sets. This Is on Hie theoiv that a set would amount to terr games. The contributor il-.-s not make liny suggestion as to whnt ought to be done In case the score of a match would stand a? IT. all or 2.". all. Surely In such a i.nse It would bo unfair lo let the outcome hinge on one or even two gimp's. The ailvo. a'es of the game svstein point out matches w herein tin winner actuallv gathers. In l-s games than th" loser, as n a match with a s of 1", I, a. !. 11 . t ll-ie the v.-tot bus twelve K.inios to his irdit and the lo-"r Wilk Cn, 9 Dwii tlKlric Mr. Willys has clung steadfastly to" the watchword "The most car for the least money." And each year he has more than made good this principle. To produce a car of the Overland size, power, strength and high quality, and to sell that car for such a remarkably low price, has taxed, to the utmost, all the resourcefulness, foresight, ingenuity, un tiring energv and wide experience of, not only Mr. Willys, but a veritable army of the industry's, most able men. Mr. Willys knows men, and it is well known that no manufacturing institution, perhaps in the world, can boast of a larger or more efficient and well-trained, well paid, well-satisfied organization. In the newest Overland increased value at a decreased price is more prom inent and apparent than ever. You will make a grave mistake if you fail to thoroughly examine our latest model. See this new car at the nearest Over land dealer's without further delay. Brwttr tca bodr ajekal tact alamintim trimmlaO Dtayar uaholilarf Mokalr tap, enrliln, and bent Clcar-vliioo winrfihirlil Burn Down Barn to Gloat Over Michigan EAST liANSINfi, Midi., Oct. 'J5. -Dt'llrioiit with Iho joy of boat ini? .Michigan, students! of Mic;liijj,an ARririillunil Collr-fro. cclcbifitod by mukinn 11 triumphal pyre out of tlic barn of Socrclary A.M. Drown of thn collt'Kc At iniilniKht sttiilt-nls Kft. flru to Iho burn ami then ran around doing a war dance. The volunteer lire deparltueiit was railed out, but the Htudrnt jeered attempt lo end I hit blaze while a near Ritle blew. Secre tary Urovvn, who hud been out of town, arrived durincj the exrile nient. At llrst he wax ineliiied lo aiiRer, but when the studrntsv pooled (heir pocket money and jrave him rtiouuh to bilihl a new barn 1 he joined In tin jubilee and the lire i liithteis wore railed oh'. s- fourteen. fin th- face of It It would s-em that the los.-r was tin' b-ttef player. The fact of the matter is. however, that the winner ptobahlv loafed or tested dur ing Hi- s. con. I sit and then went out iifl.r the third. It Is argued that the gain- a.v 't.-in would eliminate the loaf ing, but those who favor Hie set system advance tin- atgitiuenl taal a pla.v-r who stalled oil with a lead of live or sis games could rest up while his opponent took a f-i. garni s. and then start off again, and so the iliange reall.v would accompli! h nothing. t'liiss 'renins lo Plus sin-eel-. An Inierclass s-.i-'or roiirnanieiit In the: ll.v.sovn:. N II. 1 i--i ;;. v n e(ini.ata"y s-li....is of In- i.ty wdl he cntt mg esa.-tlv to their I'k 11 I - I dm lei tiy the l-iil.li. 'iiio is Alliletie , nl .Main- cross nntrv P Leiigiie. npo hiiiid.e.l and nftv t-.ims ,u I .,11 tin. oiih in Hi- .In,. I m-ent-r-il to date, inikl'ik an averag- ofiwuii a total of "n p-lnt uli.. ut .1 v. 'i l. ulis .1 .111 each seiio.il Public Si-lni.il :.', Mm h.illaii. will has . he I -t re;.t-s.'tir.i'l-ui. t liit l -I w n teaiu.i frifii that s. IiiniI being . iit-r-.l. The fol lowing MI-llO'.'s Will I't; t. presented ill toillliev . Man'i.l't 111. Vim. 21. HI, l.'t i;.t .1 ! lift II "klvn. os '.. I::. Ii.', ..- I 1 T - I'.' .i X. V 1 IS i."u. N If" li int,, I V . '.' Hie Utrln i tnnttnWli &. f'Mj f; W, Rlawart anetdenieiae liltclrio horn Plain I) door- ltk einieraUil hlnlia INDIAN RUNNERS TRAIL PENS. I lied mill Utile ( outilr.v I, en lis II mi : "unl 1 ,,,. In In, P1111..V1.K1.P111.V, 1 ici Tiu 1 , , of Pentisylvatiln rlo-s-onuntu 1, ., lis llil .111,1 .,,.,.,1 11 1 1 . ,,, ,,, r.-as-.n 1 .1 , I wliot, it,.. 11... 1 1 i,,.. . ... 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