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THE SUN SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1314. - - -w FOREIGNERS BEATEN IN EVERY BIKE RACE AnirrleniiN Win Every Kvonl of Tiifmintioii'il Nn I ti re in Gnnlcn Sprints. ERA.MEK HKSTS OOl'LLKT None of tli foreign bicycle riders nnd fw.ee folloivern who competed In the short dlslnis-o races ul Madison Huuiro (Suribn o-mld Hhiin he had anythlnjr on the Itmlo In America variety Inst nlirM, and nn n result every contest In which the Int. ported hikI domestic riders met w.rs car ried (iff by llio Yankcs. In the iirim-I-IMl nvent of the cienlnR, a tn mllo nwAHi rare for tin Indoor sprint cham pionship. Frank I.. Kramer, the oren ntal AmcHoan champion, ilrfo.it d Alfred Goullet of Australia, two heati out of thrie at oik mile melt. The oilier ppwlat lnlrmatlon.il con tests wore n team mntr.li men nt otic tnll run hi best of three hals nncl n, pace follimlnc race America, repre ntd hy Jscjdo t'lark ;unl .to Forjer, defined Italy, with I'm roi.se Wrrl mill Ce-nr Morettl, In tnn Mralitht heaus lit thn toiijii rnic. In tin motor p.tccil racn of live miles Ol.mtire Oirm.ati won the flint Iimi for America from (leonres FAr cnt. Kr.nice, anil Hobby Wulthour fook tin weond lie.it from t.eori-es Seres, mother Frciichman. Wulthour won the tl.ml licit, iimktnK the fa.ate.Ht time of th thr, uhen he turned the distant In ndnutts 1-." second. Thn final hit of 1 1 1 If nice cava proinlH of heliiK very pxrrtlui nffulr, for the, men wcro Rolnu -ilons prfictli'.illy neck mid rivik nut J I tibout i lie three mid a lialf mil, i-.arl:, whii ('arititiii took n tumble nnd Wulthour Mulshed nlon.. About seen thousand were III the Clar dn mid tiny took unusual Interest In th Italy-America team race because of much vaunted speed of both Morottl and Verrl, In both of the heats Fouler showed pace for hi partner, Clarke, unlll such time as Clarke could have a clear rond to victory, Neither of the Itullans could hold CMurke In the tln.il sprint and he won each of them by a comfortable mar ch). In the first Verrl took second place, while In the second heat Morettl crossed tli line after Clarke. Marry Kaiser and Willie Ilanley, two of the amateurs who made their last ap pearance allium; the slmou purrs, did not imth much of a showing. There were two amateur races run and Hanley failed to scor In either of them, while the best Kalsr could do was to Ret second place In a two-fifths of a mllo handicap. Fred Taylor carried off the short handicap ride and followed by winning the three-mile wen also. Most of the meu who will ride In the six day race started In the five mile open professional race. Oordon Walker won and Al Ilalstead was second. The sum maries: Three Mile Open Amateur Ilae Won br Fred Taylor. Newark: Donald MoDougall, J.e York A. C. second i Treit Webr. New. ark, third, Henry Werner. Newark, fourth. Tim, fi minute 29 3-5 eecond. Iaip prlx. "Inner, Hrncst Ohrt, Han Franclsoo, 24 laps. Fire Mile Open Professional Iin.ee Won tiv (Ionian Walker. Australia; Al Halstead. Knglanri. seoonxl; J.loyil Thomas. Salt leiko CHy, thlnl; Percy La-ureuce, KranclRoo, fourth; Worth 1- Mlltn, tMTenport, l-, fifth. Time, 10 mlnutfi 35 ecoiia.. l'lv MUu Motor Pac.il llac. Profsi'loiial rirst HeatWon br Clarence Carmen, America; Aleoram Parent. Kranca aecoiiU., Time, V minutes 21 3-5 ..coml. Secomt Heat Won b" Itoh.rt A, Wal thour. America; (teorgeM Hnr... France, sec ond. Tlm. minutes 3t cond. Klnal Heat Won tiy nobby WaJthour, Arnarlca: Clarence Carmen. America, lld not flnlh. Time. mlnut K !-5 second. Two-ltfths of a Mile, llaniltcap, Amateur -First llt Won by Hurry Kaiser. New York, scratch; V. Jehan. New Tork. IS yards, second. Tim. ' oond. vcond Heat Won by Georco flowker, Clenooe A. C. 50 yards; Thomas Hmllli. .New York A. C 10 yanla, second. Time, it l-S leeonds. Thlnl Meat Won by Karl Adams, Orange. SO yards; Otto Hrock. Waterbury, yarilt, iconit. Time, t-5 seconds 1'ourth Heat Won by Gils Linir. lr-n:-ton. 30 yards, IMward Madden. Nnwark. 10 yard. second. Time, i' 1-5 seconds. rifth Heat Won by Charles P.. Macjulln. rassalc. 10 yards; Pred Taylor. Newark. 10 yards, second Time. 17 3-5 seconds. Final Heat Won hy Fred Taylor. Neaalk, 10 yard: Harry Kaiser. New York, iwratch. second; fleornc Hokr. Uleneoe A. C., 60 yards, third, Time. t 2-5 seconds. On Mile Hpeclal Match Usee First heat Won by Alfred Ooullat. Australia; Frank 1 Kramer. America, second. Time, 2 min utes 41 S-S sefiMds ferond Heat Won by Frank Kramer. America; Alfred (loullet. Australia, second. Time. 3 minute. 1 1-5 seconds. Final Heat Won by Frank I.. Kramer, America; Alfred iloullet, Australia, second. Time. S minutes 18 1-f. second.. One Mile Match Team Itnce--Italy vs. America First heat Won by Jackie Clark, America; Francesco Verrl. Italy, second; "ie.r Morettl. Italy, thlnl; Jo rosier, America, did not tlnleh. Time. 3 minutes 10 2-3 seconds. . , Heoond Heat Won by Jackie Clark, America; Cs-sar Morettl, Italy, second; Fran icsco Verrl. Italy, third. Jou Fouler. America, dhl not tlnlsh. Time. 2 minutes 22 2-1 sec onds, GOOD SHOOTING BYRAYM0ND. A. II. I.ravltt la i'losr Second nt flev- enth IlrsTlment Tourney. The Hecond competition In class nup match No. 1 In. the Seventh ltun-lmctit nifle Club tournament was held on lTlday evenlnK on the urinory ranxes In 1'ark uvenuc. Some hlh scores wen made. In the expert class Veteran W. O. Haymond made a Rood score of CD. A. II. Leavltt of Company V. who leads In the class with .i total Hcore of 134, was. a close second with a 6ti, V. W. Allison of Company A leads easily In the sharpshooter class, wlill the novice class Is close. The ores: leaders In Class Cup Match No. 1 Hpert Class A, n. I.eaUtt, Company I), t6. 134; IN W. noli, Veteran. 6, OS 134; J. It. Mae flume. Vsteran. s. 134. Hharpshootera I. W. Allison, Company A, (4131; Meut. K. ilurdner. Company A, t.l, 04 tCS; W. A. Koos, Company M, no. ? Ii.7, Nolle Class J. I. K. Woodruff, Company I, i!0, ISO 1 20 ; !. II. Cramer, Company .M, 40 SS 119. V. 11, Taller, Company F, 6k, I. 3 lis. First entry prUes, November 7. 1914: I; pert Class A. II. I.ravltt, Company 1), 12. 3164. Sharpshooter I. W. Allison. Oomptuy A. II. 31 45. Notice Class A, Maurer, Company M, 2, 103. November 13,. 1914: Kipert Class W. I Hutchinson. Company J. 31, 3588. Sharpshooters Meut, If, Ourdner, Com pany A, 20, 3C 64. Novice Class A. 1 Dunne, Compuny P, 41, J2 3. I'llltiina Win In Si-foiiU llnlf. The Kame between thn Fulton A. C. and the lliooklyn V. 0. in th" Saturday Ama teur Soccer IeaKUe serlea played at WikhI ilde yeaterday nfternoon resulted In a win for tho leultons by the score of 3 Roals to 0, although when the tlrst half ended neither sld had tallied mid tho score stood 0 to 0, Durlnc tho second period the l'ul ons quickly Kalncd tho lead. Caller, nt ntrc, ecorlntf two poaK while F I lllmu n, ml Inside rltrht, shut thu third, JHy Siore In X KiiRlnnd I'unt Hiiel Manchester, N", H., Nov. 14, Itliod Jsland State and New Hampshire Statu eleven played n. scoreless game to-day. Tho teams were evenly matched, both being .particularly strong In defence Falling to advance the ball by rushing, he teams engaged largely In a punting duel, WleUford Lends nt film Itldai-. Olun Hiduk, N. .r Nov, 14, A hall fcweepstakes on tho Olen Itidge Country Club links to-day was won by Russell lllckford with a net scorn of 71, The (cores t rtussell Ulrkford, . jj, ;ij j, o. Newell. IS- 14, 73. It. C. Htevsns. H--15. 73j K. W. Conrdon. t 10, 7Si Clarence Place, S3 7. 711 W. D. Lyon. 51 !, 71. EIGHTEEN TEAMS READY FOR SIX DAY BIKE RACE TO-NIGHT Goullet and Grenda Share Favoritism With Root and ClarkeEuropean Style Finish to Be Tried for First Time Here. Itepresntatlvei of eighteen te.ms will line up Just after midnight to-night to morrow niornliit at live minutest past 12 Sor the start of the twenty-second annual sit day bicycle rnce on tho huge saucer trnclt at Madison Houare Garden, This Is tlm laigeat number of startera that ' ever entered the Ionic ride, with the ex I ceptlon of ten years ago, when the same number of teams made up tho field. This ynr, however, the raco, which comes considerably earlier In the season than any of Its predecessors, has a new Interest attached to It because of the fact that there will bo oulte a few Inno vations. The principal novelty to the rnce will he the Kuropean finish, which never lias been seen In New York, The Kuropcan finish. Is realty the method ot determining the placen If more than two i tennis are on an even fooling at the close of the event. It consists of the running of n series of sprints every fifteen laps luring thn last hour of tlfo race, points I being awarded the teams nccordlnc to their position at the end of each of these sprints. The points start at one for the . tlrst team and range up to as many as . there am tied teams. Tho team having . the lowest number of points at tho end ot the hour thereby gains the victory. As always has been the case, tho fol i loners of the game are In more or leas of a quandary as to what team to make the, favorite. Tho combinations aro nil new and tluty wilt have to ride together u ooupl of days before the fans can get a line on what they can do. Of course there are a few teams1 which generally aru looked upon an sure competitors In th last scramble, should they come through the week without accident. The Australian team of Alfred Ooullet and Alfred Grenda Is at the present time favorite for the event. Ooullet won. the race last year teamed up with Joe Kogler, the former winning thn final spurt In stirring style. Goullet also has made n great record during the last season, when we gathered In a greater number of points Uiati any other rider In this country. Then too he won thu recent Huston race In rare style. Whether or not he will team up well with the Tnsmanmn Orenda Is an open question. Grenda Is a good pluggcr, hut he Is far from being the fastest man In thu world, and besides this his great height Is n big handicap to htm. for he Is over six feet tall and the sharp turns ore therefore made moTe difficult for Mm. The sharp turns have proved a tough proposition for htm In past races and It EDWARD REHZ BREAKS INDOOR WALKING MARKS Cuts by Sovon Minutes tho 2o Mllo flppord Which Hnd Stood Since lflno. Above thirteen miles and up to twenty. Ave miles new records In heel and toe walking will uppear on the A. A. U. books next year as a result of 1M Heni'n remarkable perfonnnneo In the twenty five miles walking championship of the Metropolitan Association, held last night under auspices of tho Walking Club of America, nt the new Twenty-second Itegl ment Armory. The -Mohawk marvel started out to walk a brisk six mile and then quit, but lie ended up by smashing a marathon mark thnt has stood "since 1SS0. Thirty-four years ago Jimmy Clark of tho old Harlem A. C. walked around a, ten lap track for twnty-llve miles nnd established an American record ot 4 hourn .1 minutes !ll seconds. The time was so unapproachable that the A. A. U. hasn't attempted an Indoor marathon since. Helix began hacking at the antiquated mark in. tho thirteenth mile und before he quit at midnight be had toppled over twelve records. Ills tlnal tlmo was 3 hours S3 minutes 11 seconds, which Is 7 minutes below the record. Krccl Kaiser of the New Tork A. C. also got Inside of the old record. Of the fifty-seven entrants, fifty-four started, demonstrating that walkers are still numerous. They were not all lithe young men either. There were Kred U Lachemacher, the pathfinder of the Walk ing Club of America, who confesses to flfty-nlno years of age; C. M. K. Dressell, who has managed to round out an even 250 pounds since he started walking thirty-eight years ago. nnd II. Morell of the Ung Island A. C. who has not yet reached his sixteenth birthday. Outside of the real stars entered most of the men were walking for the medals which would be awarded to every man walking for four and n half hours. The summaries': New Time. Old Itecord. Miles. Nam H, M. M. H. M, H. I F, It. Plant " o 0 o :K a, Plant. . .. ft II 2k 0 13 33-r. 3 -!" It. Plant 0 !T .17 ft :0 4M-S 4 V It. Plant 3 H 0 21 0 1-5 1 Kdward Itsns.... 0 (i li 0 31 U 6 iMward Item.... t I! I! 0 42 : ; IMward Item.... 1 01 OS 0 B4 07 II IMward Hems.... 1 OS .IS 1 o: 01 J Kdtsard Hens.... 1 IS 11 1 10 01 10 Hdward Iln.... I ! no 1 17 40 11 Hdivard llenl.... 1 3S 21 1 If. 04 15 IMward Itenr ... 1 44 OS 1 U, li 1J LManl It-llt,... 1 0", 1 35 it, 14- lJdaard ItenJ!.... 5 OS :5 t 01 05 15 I'M ward lteni : II S 14 44 lf.- IMiM.nl Hens 3 21 11 i 34 4 17 Hd ward Mens 3 3 S.I : li ) IS IMward Hen 3 40 13 2 48 OH . U IMward Iteiu.... 2 !.0 55 : 57 4t SO Kdwsrd Itenz. .. 3 01 2., 3 0 10 '.'1 IMward Item.... 3 It i 3 li tt ti lid ward Hens.... .1 22 31 3 J 55 2 IMward Item.... J 11 1 3 40 12 : I 1-M want Hens.... i 43 13 t A3 13 2i Kduard llenz 3 12 U 4 03 35 The order of finish: Time. Pas. Name and Club. It. M. S. K. Urn',:. Mohan k A. C t t,2 11 2 F. Kalkr. N. V. A. C 3 2G SS 3 F. Illll, N.V. A. C 4 00 5 4 F. Plant. Long Island A. C . i OS 17 f. -W. II. Schwartz. I. A. A. .... 4 14 13 1. Hra'inltch. V. M. It, A.... 4 20 K 7 K. I. Il.ims, Uleneoe A. C. . 4 !5 00 W J. llnlker. N. V. A. C 4 25 .l 9 Charles Htrllch, Pistlm A, C. , 4 27 t! 10 It. Iteminer, I, A. A, C 4 5 11 Washington anil I. re Hilillirra I'trat I.exinhton', Va Nov, 14. Washington and l,ee was victor to-day by 17 points In th South Atlantic Intercollegiate crosn country run. The. University of Virginia team come second with 40 points. Virginia Polytechnic Institute, the other competitor, failed to finish with a full team. Washington and Io's seven men tlnlshed In tho following order: l-Mrst, i-ecoiid, third, llfth, sixth, eleventh and twelfth. Wat rh hurt I 'I lib Hun Is F.xclt Inar. PuuNrirxn, N. J., Nov. 14. Tho week end run of the Watchung Hunt Club to day was full of excitement from start to finish. Tho hounds were, met nt Melrone Manor. Tho ll ret line created numerous farms, the check being nindy at Iselln, Cast In again tho hounds led a lively puco to Mount I'leasant, where the second check . wiii made. Thrown In on thn Trlhols I farm tho last line led to Ooodman's cross- In, the linlsh, Those who tlnlshed were It. C. Klnch, II, A. Ilouine, Kred Alpera, It. If. Towner, Mayor II. W. Kviina of We.itlleld, A. C. Vox. S. D. licnch and Huntsman Harrison. remains to be seen whether or not ho can accustom himself to them. Jackie Clarke, the abbreviated Austra lian, Is again liked because of Ids great sprinting ability and generalship. This year he In teamed up with Eddie Hoot, who Is one of the best six day riders of the bunclu They nre picked to bo about as good an the Goiillet-Urenda com bination, and may provn to be better. Jimmy Moran nnd fteggl McN'amara form another dangerous combination, whllo Joe Kogler and Freddy Hill may he the dark horses. Kogler Is one of the craftiest riders In thn field nnd his strategy has brought him up In the first money on more than one occasion. The only pair of foreigners that look to havo a chance Is the I'Yancesco Verrl-CHcar Hgg team. Iloth of these men are good sprinters and can plug as well as the next. Seres nnd Dupuy, the Kronen riders, aro new to the race, but both have good records on foreign tracks. Hobby Wallhour Is the oldest man m the race. II Is 3fi years of age and has been riding In th six day events since 1902. There are threo men who nre making their first appearance In n six day event, and for tliat matter In a pro fessional event of any kind. They are Harry Kalvr of The Ilronx, national ama teur champion, who Is teamed with George Cameron, Ous Wohlrab of Jersey City and Willie Hanley of Pan Francisco. The way the teams will line up: Kddle, Tloet, Hoaton. and Jackie Clark, Australia, American-Australian team. Alfred rioullet, Australia, and Alfred Ornda. Tasmania-, Australasian team, IteKsle MrNamara, Australia, and Jimmy Moran. Bostnn. Australlan-lrlsb team. Iver Lawson, Salt Lake city, and rtr Probarh, lloston, Swedish-Polish tsm. Oscar Her, Hwlizerland, and Franceaco Verrl. Italy, .ta Isfltallan team Joe rosier, Brooklyn, and Freddie Hilt, lloston, American team. Hobby Walthour, Atlanta, and Alfred Hal stead, Kacramento. Dltle team. Frank Cavanngh. Newark, and Chart's Plrcy, Australia, Irish tam, Percy I.asrrance, San Francisco, and Joe Matin, Irvlnston. Atlantle-I'aclfle team, Georges Hires, France, and Marcel Dupuy. France, French team. John Iledell and Menus Bedell, Lynbrook, t. T , I.ona Island team. Martin Hynn. Newark, and Ous Wohlrab, Jersey city. Jersey team. Worth Mitten, Davenport, la., and Norman Anderson. Denmark, Danlsh-Amerlran team. Joe Kopsky, New York, and Norman Han sen. Denmark, Century Itoad Association team, Victor Llnart, ll.Uluiu. and Vlnrno Ma donna. Italy. Ilelslan-Itallan team, I. lord Thomas and Willis Ilanley, Han Francisco. Frisco III ttam. Kmlle Cousseau and Georges Parent, Franre, French ttsm. Harry Kaiser. Tb Tlroni. and drone Cameron. New York. Ilronx team, MIKE DONOVAN BENEFIT AT N.Y. A. G. NETS $20,000 Roosovelt Sends Letter to His Former Boxinp; Teneher Sport Notables Attend. !nliil Mike Donovan, now boxing In structor emeritus of the New York Ath letic. Club, received a great send off Inst night from nearly 2,000 members of that organlxatlon, many of whom could be counted warm friends as well as pupils of the old middleweight champion. Tho occasion wan a testimonial benefit to Mike on, his retPement after thirty years of teaching tho Winged Foot members how to hit and gst away. Tho spectators ctowded Into the gymnasium of the city club house at $10 per snt or stand, with the result that about $20,000 will lie realized by the benefit. Old tlmo champions of the ring were present In great numbers and some of them even dared to show what was left of their skill In s.hort bouts with promi nent mlt artists of the present day. Among th fighting men who could not get there but sent a letter testifying to the merits of Pimovan was Theodore House velt, ertftwhlle 1'iesldent of thu United States, who gained much of his skill In scrapping through lessons received from the veteran. Mlko hlnuielf wai the recipient of great cheering when he entered the ring for a short bout with his sou A'.nhur, who under the name of Yotink Mike Is attempting to follow In his father' footsteits. "lilt him. Mike I" cauin from all quarters of the gymnasium and the old man followed Instructions to the letter, lie danced all around the youngster and landed blown at will without allowing the boy to put a glove on him. President Alfred J. Utl of the A. A. U. took a hand In tho proceedings by refer elng the bout between Al .McCoy and Al Helch. Another refereo of note present was Harry K. Huermeyer, amateur cham pion about thirty years ago, und the man who, according to fahlo and tradition, the great John I., never was anxious to meet. The bout between Mike and his son was refereed by William II. I'nge. president of the New York Athletic Club. 1M Kear ney, another old pupil of Mike's, was th third man lit the ring when Iluttllng Ivln sky and Dunboat Smith went through the motions of lighting In much the same way that they did In their recent encounter at the Manhattan Casino. Tommy Hyan, ex-champlon welterweight, gavo a fair exhibition with Harry Btone, There were many other bouts of more or less merit and the whole show was elll clently managed by William Muldonn, who was the champion wrestler when Mike Donovan was In his prime. Tin In .llnnti'lnlr Mivrepalakes, MoNTOLAiti, N. J., Nov. 14. On the Mohtclalr Clolf Club links this afternoon W. II. Hreinner and C. J. Turner tied nt 74 In a ball sweepstakes In Class A, while Charlrs flowing won In Class n and Dyr Smith In Class C. In a ladles' putting competition Mrs. C. II. Tuke won first prlxe nnd Miss Dorothy Allen was second. The scores In the sweepstake! Class A W, 11. Hreinner. 7s I. 74: C. J. Turner, 10 , 74; H. ('. Munor.. IC 10. 7; A. It. Allen. 15 , 74; P. I.. Oallsgher, HO 12, 71. Class II Charles OowIiik, H II, 10, Class C Dyer Smith. tOti 3!, 71, Three Tlr In Sireei4iiles. Haiitsdai R, N. Y., Nov. 14. Three Clas A golfeis tied In tho hall sweopatakes at tho Kcnrfdnlo Clolf and Country Club to day. The trio who tied at 7S were O. A. Varnoy, V. H. Mncliughlln nnd II. D. Hawkes. in Cass n the winner was W. C. McMillan. The scores: diss A O. A, Varnsy, 9012. 7i P. ft. MnoLauiUUu, IS J, 78; 11, Jj. !UVel. Hi! 1, 71: J. It. Stewart. S4 15. 79, Class 11 W. C. McMillan, tt li. 76: o. H. Chnv. 'J 31. 77; Noble MeComtll. 10050, S'l; 13. C. Tracy, in 17, U. Illelienson Wills nt Apnmimla, nr:, N, V.. Nov, 14, C. II. Dkkenson won the ball sweepstakes at the Apa wnmls Club to-day. Ills score was 30 10, 74. Tho annual team match between two picked teams iilso was played, the losers entertaining th winners at dinner In the evening. Tho scores In the Mvrnpstaltes : C II. nickenson. 00 16. 74; Norton Hiiulre, SS 10, 75: ITtocott Matralf, H 11. 7: W. H. Wallare, Jr.. US 5, 79: 1',. J. I.aldlaw, b 10, 7i II, II. I.aldlaw, 9110, HI, l.nvira la Winner nf Cup, MoNirt.Ain, N. J., Nov, 14, Tho final round for the house commltteo cup on tho Upper Monlclalr Country Club links was the only attraction to-day, O, I .awes defeating A. D, Uuiby by 3 up and 2 to s V i ,t,s '. EVANDER CHILDS BOY WINS CROSS-COUNTRY Robertson, Lone Entry From Ills School, Finishes First in Interscholiistio Nun. MOIUtlS GETS TEAM TIONOK. Alvm Hobertson, the lone entry from Kvuntlcr Chllds High School, led a pack of 200 schoolboy runners across tho tape In the fourth annual Interscholastlc cross country championship run, held yesterday afternoon under the auspices of Colum bia Unlertty. Hobertson covered the course, which measured about three und threc-qunrter tulles, mostly along Hlver sldo Drive, In the fast time of 21 minutes 23 seconds. After considerable deliberation, Morris High School was announced winner of the team prize, with a score of H points. The crowd, mostly schoolings, surgeil over thn track and made ll Impossible for tho scorers to get all tho runners as they tlnlrhed. Hlclimond Hill, Mercers burg. Morris nnd De Witt Clinton wero the schools which seemed to have a claim to the trophy. Tho trophy was awarded to Morris when It. Spcnr, vlioso position was not recorded, proved thut ho tlnlshed In ninth place. The nrniy of Krhoolbuyn lined ucross llfith street eight dep. Schenectady, twice winner of the King's Crown trophy, which Is tho gift of (lustavus T. Klrby, was the favorite of twenty-six teams that faced the stnrter. Th up-Staters didn't lit, however. 13ven little b'rank Itcllly, who l IS years old and weighs' pounds, fell down In his running. The .loitngster finished 'n fifth pine but whs lost In the dlordr that prevnlled at th tnpc and wasn't placed In the otll clal order of linlsh. Hellly ook the lend at the inin and raced east to Mornlngsldo avenue. He turned uptown with Hchunk and Held, both of( Merrersburg. nt hie heeb. J. Keoughan, captain of the Watcrvllet High School team, learned that his entry had been tejeted for scholastic reasons, hut ho started anyway nnd was running In fourth place when the pack reached 122d street. It. H. Held took the lead when Itlverslde Drive loomed up, nnd held It all the way down to Ninety-seventh street and on th return to 110th enreet The runners tiled along for ten blocks down the drive. It was on the b.ickstreteh that Robert son bctfan tc show himself as one of the elect. Ho worked best on he hills, and passed a score of luds from Ninety-seventh street up to 110th street. Hchunk, Held, Hobertson and the disqualified Keuughun were running abreast, with the diminutive Hellly gamely striding a hundred yards back at 113th street, when Keoughan irprltited nnd took tho lead uway from Hold for tho llrst tlmu during the race. It looked as If a pretty tight would ensue, but the steep 116th street hill killed all '.he contenders but Hobertson. He took the Incline faster than ho covered ground on the level stretches. Held passed Keoughan Just as the pair entered South Held. Held made a futllo attempt to catch Hobertson, who seemed freaher after mounting tho hill than lie did before the start. Keoughan finished In third place, but th otliclals Ignored him, because he was disqualified. Mttle Hellly struggled alon.t Into fifth place, but they Ignored him nlso. Ho wus so amall they didn't re htm. The order of the flrat seventy-five to finish nnd the first four team scores: Time, res. Nam and Rchool. -M f. 1 A. Hobertson. 13vandr Chllds ...21 23 2 A. W. Schunk. Mercershurc 21 25 3 n. H. Held. Mercersburg 21 2 4 11. C.arvek. llloomtlelit 21 46 t W fmlth. V.rasnius SI 47 e J. Kleek. Morris 21 SO 7- M Cook. HlonmneM 21 ui s -W. Warlike. Itlchmond Hill 31 CC 5 It. flpear, Morris 21 67 10 II. Larsen, De Witt Clinton 21 51 11 W. Ansus. Central High 22 12 11. Homier, Itlchmond Illll.... 22 03 U C. All&u. Central High 22 07 11 D. Peck. HlooniOeld 22 15 15 H. Conn. Morris 22 16 t n. Winnie, Itlchmond Illll 22 20 17 K. Locker, lie Wilt Clinton 2J 21 ts -i:. 11Mir. Watervllet 22 22 1 a It. ltolierts, Union Illll 7. 27 : P. Ilreen, Hoys High 22 2 21 t. Hentnn. Morrle 25 31 22 U. I.. Ilelrlck. Mrrrereburr 23 31 23 -It. riynn, Hast Oranue 22 35 24 T. Kteers, Sclienectaily 22 4t 2J S. Natapotr, He Witt Clinton 22 42 :c S. lleatty, Central High 22 43 27 J. l,nnr. t'rasnm 22 45 2 li. llUKt.es, Flushing 22 411 "rj -si. i.alianl. Cummerclal 22 4H 30--S. Artier. Vonkers 22 51 31 -II. Weldon, Watervllet 22 52 .12--U. Umuhirt. Hcbenectady 22 63 33 .1. I'rlgge, Dickinson 22 55 34 It, Hone, Vonkers 22 56 35 -P. I.ulnl. Clinton 2J .".I 30 H. (Ilmburg. He Witt Clinton 23 (id 37 X. Hiildwlti, Morris 23 03 3. U Wright, Krasmus 23 dr. 39 1., ilranger. llarrlnger 23 15 40 C K. Mcliouxhraii, West Orange... 23 Is 41 D. Nol.in. Uast orange 23 20 42 K. Merchant. Knst Orange 23 2t 4211, Oellwlck. Hushing. 23 2". 41 0t. Ai-Olin, Central High 23 27 45 J. KuiifiTiann, Itkjimond Illll 23 24 4t vl. Van Delft, Commercial 22 32 47 It. Heller. Merrersburg 23 13 It II Carpenter, I'nlnn Hill 23 34 49 iM. Conk, Itlnomllelil 23 35 30 T. Young, Ho High 23 2i M W. Hose. Commerce 2:1 37 52 .1. S. Whaley, Mercersburg 23 39 53 K. Peels. Vonkers 23 40 54 1,. Dorothy, llloolnrtehl 2.1 41 55 K. axblntlosky. Commercial 23 45 56 A. Wilson, Hast Orange 23 4"i 57 13. Maxon, Hchenectatly 23 50 54 J. Lewis, Krasmus 23 51 59 T. Hopper, Itlalimond Hill 22 52 0 c MrCarrlth. HI, HeneUlct's 23 33 01 V linly, Morris 23 54 H2 J. linger, llloomneld .'3 55 03-W llruunsteln. Union Hill 23 50 611.. Terrapre, Hloumtleld 23 57 6511, Callahan, Commerce 23 Si 6s" H. llronm. Commerelil 34 no C7 C. Ilreen, Hoys High 24 03 6k W. Wlnbender, Hcbenectady 24 03 89 11. FltsglMinn, Vonkers 24 07 7013. Caters. Manual Training 24 10 71 -T. Hehiiler, Urasinus 24 1J 72 T, Trwuh, llarrluger ,...24 18 73 ll. Mart t, Hiuyvrs.int 24 14 74 .L Wells, Morris 4 17 75 ll. Neylnnil, Coininercl.il 24 id 76 J. Drlsi-nll, Stevens 2 n TI'IAM HCOItl'3. Mori Is High School i; 9 15 21 37 St Itlchmond Illll 3 12 16 30 45111 De Witt Clinton 10 17 25 3.1 31 123 Mercersburg 2 3 22 47 52 124 RENSSELAER WEAKENS AT END. Woreesler Tei'H fletsi Wlimlnic It Points In Last Quarter. WoncKHTKit. Mass., Nov, 14. Worcester Tech football teum by clever nnd snappy playlns In the lint few minutes to-day scored no touchdowns on IteiiHselaer Tech of New York State, and won Its first victory of the senson. 14 to 0, Hoth teams played excellent football from the stmt of the opening period until the end of tho third, but In tho fourth the Worcester players managed to keep po'sesslon of the lull the ki enter part of tin time, finally losing It cm ii fuipuR The lineup: Worcester Itensseluer Tech. positions. Tech. Tousl Left end ahllt liiu.iway Left tackle Praeges Lulilnski Left guard Frank Ilntriii Centre Vouug llannon HUM guard Conant Wledeninann. ..Might tackle Morse Hoyal 'Itlght end I'arrott Weltrsn Quarterback t'eart Hrdberg lift halfback O'Hara fltnne Klght halfback Clalliigher Camn -FtilUiarn; Lerkinnn Hoore Worcester, 14j Itsnastlasr, 0, Touch downs Camp, Archibald, tloals from touch clowns Camp. 2. Hislistltutlnns Worcester Hona for Tolrsl, Kallngher for llannon, Bargent for Hnzeltmi, Tulloch for Duffy, Ar.lilbold for Dunlin r, Wellington for lied hunt, AiThlbald fur Stoii". Mhumivay for hton". Lublnsky for KnlUgher, Merlum for Sargent, ,'ltnrrs for Sargent, Itnyal for Tollneli, Jlonberg for WMtstn Itensselear Zahn for HMlt, M'-L'ensI for Conant, Harris for Morse, HergMilrt for I'arrott Itoisell for I.ockman. llotre0. -Kllv, HprlngtleM V. M. C A. Cullsgr. I'mplr- Itee.1. Hprlngneld Y, M. C, A. Collrgo. Linesman Powers, Worcesisr High tichool. Time OTour 11 min ute period. ONE FIELD GOAL 18 ENOUGH. Krtrlsj'a Kick from I'lfieemVnt Wins for 3torrla Over Clinton. A gnal from the field gave Morris High School a J to 0 victory over tho eleven of Do Witt Cunton yesterday at Manhattan Kleld. Krwlg. the star h.l back of MortiN, performe.1 tho feat. The Held goal was preceded by a fake kick formation, which resulted In Krwlg skirting tho Clinton end for a gain of twenty-live yards, to bo downed twenty yard", from the goal line. Tho Clinton lino then held sqlld nnd nn u llnat re ssirt Morris ohnso to kick. Manly re ceived a meat pass nn.1, holding tho ball for Hrwlg, tho latter sent tho bull thiough the uprightH for the winning tally. It was a hard game for Clinton to los. Snetal times Clinton showed lacs, of Judgment, especially In pinches. In the final quarter the Morris lacU got thn Clinton team on tho run and Hrwlg tuado several inns of llfteen und twenty yards. Tho lineup: MorrI. Positions. Clinton. ltosenbrger I,ft end Dillon -'hweldel Lett guard zelier 1-Uls ,Lef t jtuard . Ityan Ireanar Centre Quirk Irusnn lllsrht guard Urrkowlta Sberaln Itlght tackl Pitt Welnbelmer Itlght end Mills Manley Quarterback 1'oner I3rulgr Left halfback Itltner llroufmati Itlght halfback Helhneohn Vaulres Kullbark 1'olsky Score- .Vnrrls, 3; I'llnton. 0. Goal from field--I'.rirlg. HiSSelltuies Morris: Appel for llosenberger. Coleltl for Srjulres. I'Untnni Carleh for Mills, Kati for tlarlrh. Itoferee fisher, Obrlln. tTniplre .M lnne, Syra cuse, I.lneiman - Hastings. Cornell. Time of periods 12 minutes. CURTIS SCORELESS AGAIN. .Stn; veannt .Make tl-l I'nlnta and Wins ISauie. The strorur Htuyvnsnnt High, Hc1ko1 eleven bad little trouble In winning from Curtis High .School yesterday Jit their n nu.il fivitball contest at Curtis I'leld. Stnten Island. Tho ncoro was 34 to 0. Tho Stuytesant lads outwelRhed tholr jpponnts. Htid the plunging larks had l.lltlo trouble In wading through the Cur tis line. Hernlliid, who plays left half back for Stuyvessnt, inado one of the longest runs of the season when he got through tho field for h sprint of eighty yards for a touchdown. Curtis has not koorrd tills season. The lineup: Sluyveeant. Positions. Curtis. Murray Lett end Itrantlngham Sclirlver l.eft tackle Wellerkamp MoMutlan Left guard Donnelly Height Centre Dreyfus Walsh Itlght guard Doivell Weaver . . . Itlglit tackl Qulnlsn Fernulldet Itlght end. Urnwn Van Ileygondorf.Qu.irterbark Campbell llrgllnd . . Left halfback . ..Lumbertson Hamon Itlght halfback . .Constantlati ilctlulnness. ... rullbaik Happier Scor iltiiyvesant, 34: Curtls.so, Toiuh downs llerglln 3, MHIulnness. KnechL lioal from tuuchilotrns llerKilnd, 4. .Sub etltuttoii Kuecht for Van Heygomlurf, Lunilsten for Samson, Wahn for Weaver, Kchenck for Mcltulnnesa. Webster for Fer nando. Sparoboro for Donnelly. Ileferee Dreblnger Umpire Ht. Clair. Linesman Corbett. Time of quarters 10 mlnut-s. Karlson Helps liny Hldur to IV In, Hay Hldge continual Hb winning strk yesterday, defeating the St. Hohfi's l'rep eleven ivt West Hnd Oitil by tho over whelinlnlg sore of 40 4o 0. It was the eewnll 41'. to 0 worn of tho season for tins Hay ltldge eleven, om Htuyvcsant was 1-eatcri, hy the H.unn eore. The Hay Hldgc Isacklleld .Tack Urlglit. Diltoh Kurtfton, Diamond latwl Aldmun ripped tlm St. John's lino repeatedly. Karlson proved a good ground galnor. He ruureet threo of his team's toucle clowns arl klckid four goabi from the Held. si, l'anl'a I3nds With Victory. Oakiikk Citt. I.. I., .Nov. 1 4. The St. Haul's School closed Its season this after noon with n 35 to 7 victory over tho Irving School. The St. Haul's eleven was easily the better team and met with little opposition. Tho feature of the game was n run of fifty yards by Merry In the last quarter. Merry received n forward pass from Dledrlch. nnd after evading tho Held scored. St. Haul's this year won three games, played three ties and lost two contests, Muhi-Ksii'a Line Still I'lirresaed, Mom-oaN l.AKt:, N, Y Nov. 14. Mo began Uiko school eleven, wtilch lias hndi an unbroken series of victories this year, defeated the Holbiool; School of 0Mnlng to-day, 3D to n. Mohegan's goal line has not been crossed this season. Ilnekensnek Defeats Krnnklln. llACKKNHACtc, Nov. 14. Tho Hacken sack High School football team defetvted l'"ratiklln High School on Orifonl Field this afternoon hy a wore of 13 to fl. The playing of Hrockner for Hnckensnck In the Inst nunrter was it feature. Krnsmlis Hilda With n Shutout. The Krasmus Hall second football team closed its season yesterday with a victory over tin- Hoys High seconds at Haw thorne Field, 10 to 0. Two Piil nt Victory for Commy Hall. l'nnT DKrostT, Md., Nov. 14. Tome lost the Html game of the season to-day, twlng defeated by Conway Hall, 9 to 7. Nrbolastle football llesiills. At Polo Orounds High School f Com merce. 0; Manual Training, . At Polo ilroiiiirts Comniercs Cubs, 7j ""Manliatta'n Held Morris. 3; D Witt C'VttSltitn Island Stuyvesant. 34; Curtis. 0. U Hawthorn Plsld Krasmus Hall, 20; lto'ys High. 0. .... . At lla thorn Illd Krasmus Feconds, ,0t,,Te.',,r:1nd!,'oOvna'fiy Hid,.. ; St. '"oa'X.CIty-St. r.ul's. 35: Irving At 'co'iiimerclal Held Ilrooklyn Prep, 4; Auaustlrrtan Academy. 0, t Perksklll Mohegan. 35; Holbrook, A, At Stamford Htamford High, 11; Alumni, At SImsbury, Conn. Westminster, 7; Taft. 0. At llaekuwark Harkenaack High. II j Franklin High, tj. At naikeiisiuik N"-man, 23; St. Itena- """a"' Neeark Montclalr Academy, "; llor dentoivu M. L. 0. At Port Deposit, Md. Conway Hall, ; Tome, 7 HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS. First Hare l'or thre e.year.olds and up wards selling: purse, 1400: live and n half furlongs Yorkvllle, 107 (Colsman). 30 to 1, to 1 und 3 to t, llrst: II Se It. 103 (Ward), 15 to t, ti to 1 and S to 2, second; Pralrlr, 105 (Mcfahey). to t, to 5 and 7 to 10. Ihlrd, Tlm. 1:07. Ke.eaa, Sebugo. Perth Hock, John 1'. NUon, Shadraik. Fascinating, iiiir Michael, nimalnll. Aiylade and Phew ulso rnn. Second Hare The Potomac Steeplechase; handicap: for three-year-olds and upward! 11,1100 H'liled' about ta-o miles Chllpurtern, 143 (Hysii), 7 in 10, t to 3 and out, nrst; Astute, Ltd (Haynea), 2 to 1, I lo 2 and out, second; Promoter. 144 (O'Connor), a to 1, S to 5 and nut, third. Time, 4:02 2-5, De voter (lost Jockev) also ran, Third llace For two-year-olds: selling purse, MOO; tire and a half furlong Vldet, 110 (O. Ilyrn). t to 1, 4 to 1 and 2 to I, llrst; Penny Hock, 103 (Ward). 100 to 1, 40 to 1 and to to 1, second: Meellcka. 102 (Lou der), 7 to 2. S to 2 und 7 to 10, third. Time, 1:0 1-3. Hrlan Horn. Villi Home, Cot. Han dell, Atdonus. Hiturnus, Uuk of Dunbar, Miss lloo, Fenrock, Star ot Iive, Minstrel and Fair Helen nlso run, Fourth Hai'i The Cliesterbrook Handicap; tbre-yar-olda and upward: 11,000 added: one mile and a sixteenth Flilts rgolrt, ni (Iltitwelt), 3 to 1. ii to r, und 3 to 5, first: Montresor, 100 (McCahsy). to s. s to 5 ami 4 to B, second: 1'ardner, fit (MrTuggart) 15 to 1, c to 1 and 6 to 2. third. Time. Ii4 4.5 Paint Hru.h, G. M. Miller and Ilobert Urudley olao ran. Fifth llace Hailing: three. years. olds; one mile and seventy yurds Hiizs Around. 2 (MnAteel. 10 to 1, 3 to 1 ana I to B. won Hollon, 101 (Hhllllngl, to 5, 7 to 10 nnd 1 to 3, second: Joe DleboM, lit (Andreas! 11 to f, even money and I to 2, third, Time, 1:47. Napier. Coreopsis, The Husy ?1?','.-,f,i,".f:"dJs,.l.""r.Hnl5 Hmall. Cap talu Hlllott and Hermls. Xr.. also ran. Sixth liar. For twn-yenr-olils, five fur. longs Sarsenet, 103 (fOiuttlngeri, 7 to 1 2 to 1 and 7 to 10, won: Iletween Us, 111 (Ambrose), 10 to 5, vn money and 2 to 6 second; Haellc, lit (StcCahey), 3 t,i 1' 7 to J and 3 to i. third. Time. 1:00 J. Jj Dorgo Rellanea, Hanson, Vata and VIgnolu also ran. f 1 l.' COMMERCE BATTLES MANUAL TO A 6-6 TIE Polo Grounds Gnmo Knds With Unll Xlno Indies From Train ing School's Lino. ROTH SC0KKS OX FUMKLES The High .School of Commerce team battled to a fi to tie yesterday with tho eleven ot Manual Training of Hrooklyn on the Polo Orounds. Previous to the game tho Commerce cubs beat tho Manual cubs, 7 lo 6, In tho last quarter of tho big game, with only a minute and a halt to play and tho ball less than a fool away from tho line and victory, the Commerce backs hit the stalwart Manual line and three times were driven back. The game ended with thu ball not more than nine Inches away from the line. Manual scored Its touchdown In the llrst few minutes of play. Hocovoring a fumble by Commerce on the latter s 40 yard Uno the Hrooklyn eleven rushed the ball down tho Held nnd M-trt Camlne. over for a touchdown. CommiTPo tallied In the third period. After working tho ball down to within striking distance of the goal Huss Clupp was sent to try to cross tho line. He was hit with such force, however, that I he ball bounded out ot his hands. Two MHnualltes dived for It. but Foster was iiulcker, and with the ball held tightly, Miulrmed ovnr tho Hue. Clupp got an op portunity to kick tho winning goal, but tho ilrlvo went low. The lineups: Commerce. Positions. Manual. tinrence Lft end I.'gan Munay Left tackle Weller Wlrkledg Left guard Klarber Miller Centre Flrechlng Parkea flight guard Hindi Collins Right tackle I'helon Poster Itlglit end. narps Winner Quarterback Feuersteln Worth Left halfback Titus (lalllgan Itlglit halfback C millet Wortn I- uunacK iicrry Score Commerce. ; Manual Training, . Touchdowns Foster. Camlnez. Substitu tions Harnard for leuerstein. iinorij- lor Klarber. Macld for Tltue. Feuersteln for Ilarnard, tiunn for Lawrence. Johnson for MuTlia. llnl.hml foe Worth. Foster fnr Collins. Vogel for Koslow, Schneider for winner, ureeimerg ror v leai-age, ieirrn.-c for Hrlnn, Parkea for Johnson, Collins for Vogel. Winner for -Schneider. Hcferee Cant, fleorge Heavers. Umpire Ir. Way, Swarthniore. Linesman Fred Sttefsl. Co lumbia. Time ot quarters is nnnuies. ERASMUS BEATS BOYS HIGH. CnllcU, Heat of I.nalnir Team, IlrraLs Ilia 1. en Score lilt to O. I3rasmus Hall, rhnmploni of Hrooklyn, defeated Hoys High yesterday at Haw thorne l'leld by a score of 20 to 0. Tho title holders met with stronncr oppos-klnn than they anticipated and their victory was well earned. High lost Its star full buck. Harold Oullck. On the second play he had his right leg broken an Inch or two above his ankle. After receiving thn kick, Hera-s'.eln fofTtoya High, kicked to mid field. Oullck In attempting to get down and recover the punt was upset, and as several players tumbled over him his leg was snapped. Hoys High started off well. It worked the ball down to P.rnsmus' SO yard line, where tho Huff and Ultio recovered the ball on a fumble. Krasmus thn worked the ball up the Held nnd Olson scored on an eight yard run. He nlso kicked tho goal. Tuttle made tho two other touch downs. Olson missed one try for a goal and Hoyt, a recond team man, was brought Into the fray to kick the other goal, which he did neatly. Tho lineup: Krasmus. Positions. Boys High, t-nurtll ml lllnrh Medley.. Left tackl. ... Auchterlnnln Col I"ft guard Hmtth Hlems entre. Hallornii 1'elter Itlght guard Hosting l.lebman Itlght tuckl Quail Hershtnan Itlght end (lorman Tuttle .Quarterback Mhuptro Tnmklns Left halfback Ilernateln Olson ...night halfback.-. .llarshofsky Mulllvnu Fullback Oullck Hcore Krasmus Hall. 20; Hoys High, n. Touchdos. ns Tuttle, 2: Olson. (Inals from toitchdowns Olson. Hon. Hub- tllutlona Hoys High, Ilockmor for Oosllng. Mbrrman for Oullck. I'esko wltr. for Hherman, Frasnius, Hiker for Olson, Olson for Hiker, Hard for Hershmau, Hoyt for Hard, Freeman for Hoyt, Crtspl for Tuttle. Tuttle for Crespl, Hiker for Hulll van, Fleht fur Toinklns, Plain for Hiker. Itefere Hart. Princeton. t'mplr Myer. Springfield Training. Linesmen Matthew s end Fontaine, Columbia. Time of quarters 10 minutes. PRINCETON SHOOTERS WIN. licet Vnlr In Anminl Prelnde In I'nothnll (issue. I'iilvprton, N. .I Nov. 14. III the gun shoot this morning Princeton defeated Yale over the university traps by a scote of 1S2 to 178. C. W. Caesar and MeO Johnson of the local shooters were high men, the former with 4T out of a possible r0 and the latter with 3?. Halsb'd und Taylor tied for high man on the Yale team with 31 breaks each. The sum mary : Prlneton Csesar. 45; Johnson, 3s: Horn, 37: llee.t. J7; McAlplu. li. Total. 1S2. Vain Halaiead. 3: Taylor, 31; llarrell, 36: lirush, 34; Cussell, 32. Total. 171. 1'iliike l,eaile Shontliis; Mnfi'li, Hwbutx I.. Iuik. wltli his hundlcap allowance, made a perfect score In the three principal events at tho traps of the Haystdii Yacht Club yesterday. The three events resulted In ties, but they wero not shot off, as they are being conducted on n point system. In the monthly cup competition nt 2"i birds Kunko tied with W. M. Collins. Two others, Frederick It. Licng and .1. O. Deprter, tied with him In the weekly shoot for the yearly cup, and three tied with Funko for th Htevens cup, they being Frederick W. .Kent, IMs lnr and Iing. The weekly cup for the best average In the three competitions was won by Knnlte, (irmiliery tleim Lion's Share, Tho trnpshootera of the New Hochclle Yacht Club held their thlnl weekly shoot of tho season on Harrison Island yester day, (leorgo I'. Oranbery can-led off the honors by winning three of tho four matches decided. In tho handicap matoh for tbe monthly cup he won with a score of ts on hl handicap of t, II. s, Hullock belnc ho runner up. with Hi. Shooting from scratch In the shoot for the accumu lation cup Oranbery broke twenty-rive Btralght, and In the rcratch shoot he tied H. K. Hullock with a scoro of U and won In the whootoff ivlth another 14. He und Hullock tied for high gun, with 91 each Hullock won tho ten bird scratch shoot. Hyde Ileal Shot lu HI Cluti, Six men faced the traps yesterday ! the opening shoot nf the Fort Winhinir. ton c:ub's seusm and full scores were re turned In all b,i. ono of th-i four matches decided. C. 12. Hyde proved high man f.ir tho day. With a hnndtcap of 3 he brok I'C clay birds, winning the leg on the weekly cup, He nlso wot) the leg for th monthly cup, m.d In the mutch, for the j early cup ho tied T. 1-3. Dodge nnd A. r Haxter with full scores of 35. A. l Bax ter won thn leg on the spe-.'al ye&rly cup. BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT. At the Broadway 8. C, Ilddle Coffey defeated Rddlo Wnllarc. ' Tommy McCarty won from Oeorge Ashe ut tho In Ins A. C. At the Queenfrtiom A. r jv.n.. n. Uutpolnted Mike Smith. twnn nun mini jiuiy Mvers at the Fairmont A. C. iTnnklo Wagner knocked out FJddle Florlo lu the first round at Urown's A. A. At the Hhnrkey A. C. Johnny Marto de feated Bull Coast dy, WINS MISSOURI VALLEY TITLE. XeliraaUn I'lonKha Thronxli Itnnsas for JI5 to O fsporr, I.INCOLM, Neb., N'ov. 14. N'cbniski i. mains the undisputed; football ch.'imtuon of the Missouri Valley, winning to-day! game from Kansas, 35 tn 0. The eet-n huskcrs' beavy backs plouglied the K 4, ,. sas lino almost lit will. Nebraska's superiority was shown first eoven niluutes of play. With ti, ball mnlnly In Kansas territory nn open ing was made through whloh ChamWlain plunged for the llrst touchdown. )! r. peiitert his performance In the vrmt period, Halllgnn kicking gixil each time, There was no scoring In the third o....! ter, but early In tho fourth Huthe'f.ri went Aver for h touohdiiwn for Nebr s-ttj and Hnlllgati klckeil goal. Montrlnlr Aritilrmy Keeps It I p, NntVAnts. Nov. 14, Montclalr Ac ilem, continued Its winning streak by def ,iri. the Hordentown Mllltnry Institute ii tto.-. dentown to-day, 7 lo 0. 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Il-irg.it' 19l:i 3S II. I. PILItt'i: Excellent cn-trp. tlon. Lighting and st rtltiz ' , We hnie seseml fine Limousin bodies si reHMinalde prices. Tin: i.oconoiiii.i: en, of amuiik a filst St.. neit to llnsiilnay. J. A, II3LLIH. Mgr. I3scl.nn if- Car Drt All Want to Unload "Autos" Wo have them here In great v in Now's Chance to "Steal" a Car Demonstrations (ilvrn; F.xnmlnniirs In lei l.virytliliig as llrprcsi'iitcd On Easy Payments If Desired Hill Stutt ll,4i: Itrn.iult Mx Cylinder Jl,.i 1911 Maxwells Mi; Isoitn Town Car M .!. lull Page-Ilrtrolt fesn; Hamblrr. 111 1.1 1013 Chalmers . .tO-V); Mrtallurglu Town Car, I.S.V) lOlSH.O.V." laindauleti Limousines. l) Ilenaiilt Town Curs... . 1H) up to ll.t.n Paeliard Tnun Cars. ..7K) up: Pullmans 10 Inside Drive Automobiles to lira Paclcards, .. ,33Mi to tl"l: Cole, Hits. .. t;:o Cole Hrrians Tlfty" .ll.20; Hudsnns.. .114 no Hupmiibllrs. $115 to (eso; U lnton. 1013 t',:o Locomobile "Thirty" Landautct, . . , ,.'"1 Locomobile Limousine 1ST) Cadillacs . .. . .4210. 43M. MO. t.3rt. jsjn, v Simplex "3" Limousine.. .Il.txin; (iarfords 'Ml Oaklands. ,4tT6 to sO'OOvrrlands. .,ll5-v .Sturirhaker SI" J.anilaulctte (tut3).. ;") Panhards. tlM; Hrgals. ,13M, IIJ). iYJi, tm. Ahbott-Detrolts 3i up; Chalmers To Cars. ,Mo; Chalmers Tourlns .WU to 1300; Others, IN) up. 1 1-Never Such Good Quality n; For Such Small Price Illggest. Oldest. Most Up-to-date House. Jandorf Automobile Co., AUTO DI3PAHTMI2NT. 1763 Broadway arss .h s. NOTII OUH M3W ADDItHSSFS 173 n rond way I7r,l Broadway 3U3 W MU Autos. Tires, &c. Ilodlcj S BIG VALUE IN A NEW OR USED Automobile or Motor Truck Come to Automobile Headquarters, TIMES SQ. AUTO CO. S. W. Cor. MtHi Nt., Ilroa.tnar. N. 1. Stnd for Our Price Wrecker and sae td to 7J on your auto supplies A HI3AUTIFUI. Peerless Limousine Or (late model), with extra touring body fors ilonr, electrically crtulpped; haa extra eben tube4. Weed chains, tools, &C. (ellal to .1 this Is one of thn handsomest autos lu Ntr Vork: been used private exclu-lvelr ust be seen to be appreciated: any demunlri Hon given; cost fi.'OO; oairlllied for I" II sold at onre. Cull OWN13ICH l'HIV.T HTAHI.I3, Its Fust Sth st., near Lex'"n as l'Al'KAKItM IHIO-ll-n-la-14 MOIM.I.-. Uniouslues, sedans, landaulets. louri ik cs i In absolutely perfect condition,; uttraftn prices; several closed Jdles Packarda rented, dav. weefT or montli PACIIAIID AUTO KXCIIAM.i: ( ll.. lt7U llnaidway. Tel. ,U7H Ciiluiiitnis. CH.VNDL13H Sixes rebuilt, $800 lo Hi ; Korwalk It'll Mix Touring, SH'0, Urn n'j TourltiK. I6: Isotta. ti h p. Touring IUD Maxwell PI Ii, p. Hon.lsur, ISOO M h.l Touring. HH2. tt00; Pullman Victoria, l shape. 1600. HHAIIV-MFHItAV. !4a W ' h Ht. Tel. "174 Col. (Chandler Ix dlstrlb in A HA HO A I. VI 1374 beautiful light ' ' door, smnl) flv Passenger Hegul Tourlrg' r cannot be dlstlngulsheU from new, iisr,l prb vat exclusively; smart, classy car. coinpi ' equippeo; tiusrirr its l,alue 1'lip.itf. .STAl! lil.i;, lis F.ast 89th st. IU3I1UILT Haker 13lctrle. 4 nas-e-ix coupe. Iroii.clail batteries; atlraetlve prl Fore. door llaker Hlertrlc runabout. Iron- isd batteries, Just overhauled, 1900. HAKHP. VI3IIICLIC CO., 1791 Ifway. 2130 Col. r.N'(:i3I.KII t'OXTKACT FoitCF.s "sit" Illl'K'K ot 1914 model automobile ut pH 11,075: at very low figure; electrb en ilP' ment, llh full factory jrinrantce. A K " CO.. 3 Hector Ht Now Vork City, Itnom ' HI3AUTIFUL pair Hear Hobee. eh-g t-t lined Overcuat, rhalirfetir's Fur Colt no 'S offers refused, PHIVATH HTAHLI3, 14 Bat 39th St. A lti:.L IIAItdAIV. A 4,lH Sew Touring Cur for $2,100. J. M. (II'INHV C CO., NEWAHK, N J AUTOMOUII.E ItEPAlltlNO. REPAIRS Xow Is the lime to have Limousines ntrr baiiled and pahiteil. Rood work tales time, heud for us now to make sn estimate l)l you forget, we have a nell equlpp1 marhlnt ahop for oerhaulin- motors. J. M. QUINBY & CO. NF.WAP.IC. N. J. WI3 Auto ltudlators, H Ind-lilrl.l., KF.I'AIK Fenders. Ijaiiips of all nml.t'.. s vis Ilargnlns alu on band. iii i HI''"'"!'' AUTO I.AMI' HOIth, 1(130 ll'itay Tel. Col. XI9I. ALTOMOHILi: rjUPlM.lKti. (OI.IMHIA LMI' W()ltK. Itadlators' specialties; all nukus repalid on short notice; hoods, fenders, i.irg s, sornent of wlndshlehls, lamps thnt "111 13-ft W. 4Hh M. X1. V. Tel. Ilrjant UM- Wlnlar and Summer Bodiis 'rV Cadlllao Kidan Ilndlrs. new, 1 " c Tops, IHJ, Top Covers, II; Wludslii' I 30th Century Co, ltJti2 Hwny, rn ir i 81 AVTHMOIHI.KS l t)lt IIIItK .Villi IIUtL l'A( KAHII IIII.V nerlln liindiiulet, by Hie inniiih nr ."s Wesllnghuus shntk absorbers -e.ts i . ' liveried chauffeur Write A. A , I.''' Li.,',NL,K- l,'4 K,lltllS Flllt IIIItK. ACTOH nK.PAIKKII AMI Itl'.lll II I .yACK.i -rtrANHi. itr.pAtitci ro.. t(4-S W. 41st M, Tels. 1(02.3, 44?S nrjsst.