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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER fi, 1916.
Crack Amateur Golfers Not Declared Professionals Just Because They Happen to Sell Sporting Goods ft GOLF RULERS KEEP HANDSOFF AMATEUR STARS QnpMion if rint.'svjoiiiiiiMit. Raiwil i) HoMton Men, Tabled In 1.8 0. A, AlM'KA US LKUtTlMATk j ! ftMTOK, ' Ket nin-e FrAnCJl Otttmei won tho tMiioral wntn n-uif rtampKmohiii in 111 ll Quewilon wpoUwr ompluyotji of oporUnc poodi toOMiwi. onpooliUly inoot ompioywd " - golf dopwrttntrrt, inouia m pwjnrowo Kmateuo ir pntie!iunala lUM OtOtl A j frMucni MibJexM golfers 'ninirt dwcw .on thon mw! atnoi'. tttll Ml mployod b) ni"vt rtaj MjoOdl noiMM hi huh oily, liioiijr.i the it looka now, noworor, as rruittar had i 'n aoiUexl, for it h . bwvn warned thai the quanta n waa l: cwi.ied Pi tin. ohri.J id" Lh I lilted tHaten llolf aww iai u racentl) an I that tiny i.ud j wholfl matter on the labia, tiliw orawttnaj tha Infaranoa that the r. s O. a rtoaa not Intand to da ctaie anj tsotfcr u profonaiunal almpl bcoauac he ih nntproyad b) i aallar or pOfttnaj u nit. Hmrn U Ayor. iiaaldanl : tho Maa awdhnati tlolf Aatotilallnn a the au tboHt) for the ntalcnanni Wial ; PtV ten aajntrti tain Hotton ptayarn who nuolf their i.vh.k Uy aelllni worn wotmn had ifi'i aeni to the l S. U A. some time ago h rlerbei i Wlndator f Brook Una. a former nrealdem of tha na liotui; orirji ic.atUm Mr Ay, r Bald that Fiane.H t u' mat n ai not 0M "t tha go4fara mentioned In Mr. Wlndeler'a com BMinlval n, hul thai Raymond hitmai ml Jeaae 1 1 irltford were Mr. Wlnda- aaa objavtloit to lham golrara waa that they had obtained poilthma In apotilng irikoN houaei moral) booatiaa of th-ir akdi n tha Itnka, and tha ohlciala f the I. S i A aora aaltad if tha: etale r aflBatrji did ml maka profaaalonala f the irol.t 4 n qUjOntton, It i unawratood thai although tha no fatted protaal was aant to Frank I. V' I ward, pre ai dent of tha V i a.. a nie ttma ago no rapt) has bean re ceived by Mr IVIndaler and hia nao ftataa of the Countty Club at BrpokUna, but Mr Ayar aayi that ha hai been told thai t ha matter waa dlacuaoed at an axacutiva committe meeting held at Detroit i and was laid n tha table. It if thla actionor rnthei bach of action upon tha pan of tba V s (i- A. that leads tha golf era of Bpaton to re gard the mattar ni settled The) foal that if mi.- m itlonal aa elation is will Ipk to pa as by without ntnent tlic eaaes praaantail b) Mr VYindalar, which Wi r ah .ui an claar cut axamptaa of the practice cotnplalnod ol .if could haifg been found, such passing b) may be taken an tacit approval. If tht is the i-aae none of th- mam amateur golfori who are amployed In apo ting gooda h uses and m iai of th.-m I andta golf (KhU alnuat ant Irely Will have uny thtnf! to fear from tha pi iae! I officers of the Lnlted state- tlolf Aaaoctation, and tlidr amateur atanding will go unchal longed In the futurn Th- aattllng of the queatlon In tola faahlon aould put a ip to the dlacuaalonp th it hava been carried on him e Knini-l ' hi .met utl dei rise to fame Incidentally, Ou Intel recant ly waa tranafarred from the wolf dopartmanl to another branch of the lysines by tha fl m which amploya him. so he now la clearly beyond all orttlclam. How P Whitney, aacreta ry of th- ahon in re- ndalitr, tTnltail st. tit asVfii for nn ioif a - ape i ion official atatemcnl gar. Ft 1 11 o the letter Hen, by Mr W j to dlaouaa tha mattar m any wai "i tint th.- r s. ii. A on lh arould sub tven h. v jMt to n UtU not hint tu announce The policy of Mm i tarried to tin- point Dene it dactinlni WlnaWler'a llacuaeod i tit' r hi Hi.. I b- rthar or on recel 1101 M rod or i MRS STOCKTON'S SCORE BEST. Plnli.Hel.l I'la I Mr. I In m Bhout Htr.r.s, the storm a1 out Women's Meir.11 cr Mas Rest f. 1 1 11 - r .1 Tot. r..-1 . N Ihli illts Oct ft. Psopito mombsjrs of rh--iioif AssocHat loft pla.c.l t .-Oay In a OH the links of t he alo.-t of thoat -v ho the hOaTO or t ..cl kept awa those 11 one d ' toiirnam. nr Bsltusrol tlolf Club OOUT14 et. d were fr.cn ciuiir, as thi rain m rra ce distanoes, Un H H HI the chief prir. Sins- - oro, rt ' kl f pi .infield a. on 1 hat f r the lo t ., caul of inn The first net prist went to Ml Julia K Hredt. i-issi x tounty, whose acors was M-iSi Hi Tht a niitr of the -.s-,.: ,1 rtet prist was Alis M.i- on Worth, lV Ullla. with I1"' II, ti Miss Violet Miller. Baltuarol, sas third, with I'i'i- -12. l0 'in addition to th.- main handloap a piittinK romtastitlon teas haldi and in the aft.ni on fouraomeO Vere ii.ye.l. Mrs, Austin Hhoaf, iSmilowoud, ivon tha putting, with Mis 11 ! ii.,:,. rts Bat. tiiKioi. K.-c ,1,1. V'.k ti .. v. od . nd Mrs. athottf, burn of ISnsl v-i.i. sjrari the l.-a It -s In r e fouraomei Tits aooroa tn tha h . i Ml .1 ills t lire, 1, K-e Oauaty, IS, M: alias Marlon Worth Fax til i, in.:- it Mli VI.. it Miller, Btltusrnl, It toekten Plain ' J. tt Ifiaat r Uti- 12:-- il nn. M It hi ls i ll I Ii. Mm taarol, 101- ,t. Its .tr. ggles 1 11: i. lot: .mi .- h lh4f Kn- Bis P. cki.tt.lv .Mr.. ,lt Mat - ngies 1 1 1 1, 1 1 Pi.iliitioM, l.'il l:. I"' Mr. V. A K ntury, Rm ii. , . 1111 1.1 till, Ml srtruds Mr- ptrlrh 11 C 14 in; M-. . 1. iiimI, Ir . 1 1ll I'l .1 Hi . .1 I r. Ins lie in:, ill lift; 111 14'.' - 112- Mla ii. y. t Mi-- A tit Mr- 4' I yds M fttlas Leuiaa 1 rail 1 Ii less .Vtr .' r-ey. airo'. ' i nam'. itsri.l. Itusrnl, . Mm - It, III nn Ha. It3: Ml Mr. Mri I Nf H II (ti ., . I n I P it. 1 ' t::i . I f..i Ml- 1 U t ' Iuial4urs in i.ct nt tr.-iiiii. Knui lo, r. Truvt , Klrkby ai in a four Areola I" that Trat Jnhn I M . all unit llli Ir- alii I t! Anil, ra It, Ma . I.. . I, on Satut'i luh It . t .1.1 a'til piny y nt tha in-. !. .In. Anili r-n wit ppoea Klrkby anil Mi tlniulahed tiu.i holts, the til l till. I 111.- SAt'Onil Ion ami II, t Will pi ,' oilln I .n II. Ihe aflernt I tl ,i ills II, r t -s.s iiiortilng in. roi.i-fiiii.i.-iii hi a It it 114.4. , A ill ii, inn ii tt hi ii tna en may will I ti ha to-iuot ptlU at tht m Hhawnao. r 'cip basis wit) begin Khftvwnac Country Club . near iht Itobtwara War!' ilup Course Is not airtropoiii in hand ihul .' , Ma n "i 1 . utltltU a-olf... Mat. h phi. Un,,' iai in ti Although ihe aiiuwne wlihlii the limits of lh liHtl icl ,1 ,s so t ins,' a a '. he rei he, I ... lly f I Oi nd ., number of Met r , prnbablj will play with haiiillcais la rathe in mil i -s in this sis-'c 41' the country Inlel ". I , Hie la, i three days a ,,d should I The ling on Increaae the Hoiurdai RED sox won't be able 70 TRY PHiLLIES' PARK Rain Shoves Their Last Game With Yankees Ahead to To-morrow, When They Had Planned to Practise on Field of Their Series Foes. j TN j Ptlptwl in tlir I ;i nun of e,t'i"tlRV inter- 1 MM major iMftM MChSdlttafl hrre ! l!nyln; Hate for IMM NMRl 1 to tri : thei playing tllM alttvt old h wt-vk kmcer tlmri in ih- V,L Itotl bHWOTUI t h two V-Ml .oriM 1 ai n- full) r,i.u-,u to Bin Ctfrtgan tad i ai Morafl, IIWIKUMI of the laXl Sox ar.0 JMiiMit rvpt t i vely . whow team wttl Oftftfth at PhlWMtWrphJtt Wlnw In the BlWt MM r this fMapon norten fr the rhn nnonsrtp orf th world. "Mv le.itn WM not at tte nM in I Monday 's douhle header with ho YAnkoonH mM On ntM yoMoMtey uS-, tOffVMlOtk "Tin to it jr. drawn ul h'hel- i I'lipuwI uMt um a real during mobl of IMM Wk We had a double bMMIW I tin Washington SaLurday. hurt that af- ; nordod i ntttnK opportunity u tune ; up the pea yon ooahaj tl h1 or to viva the pitohlng ;.ff anvtaati praotioa "We ndgbt Taxe ansOOtned oirt UM wrhlklag eiu'ly if the weather had been 'tW to-day and to-mrrow, for New I York ran he O ajntod ukxi to nmke I thtnga iirtareatlng casough In tha thcoa romniislng gamaaj. nut from aba preaani d ntnal weaithiT outkpok there ti no , aurety of playing those three Karnes. "M pitch era -fi wtark and d my playera in general Harry u Jimt paoa from a protracted layoff. 8o-tt waa bumped In tha aya In early praotloa Monday. Should it turn out that we cwnnoi play befora Friday there ta like llhood thai wa mlgtd be )uaj ihi ataak I by that time. I'ndrrstaMl. I am iKt trying to eataoftgh an) pretlmlnwry ex cuaea. roaHaa thai If wa suffer the Philllea mual puffer aloo. itut the glitnea between now and Friday were relied Upon h hoi h myself anil Montti for tuning up purpoaaa. Pajroofaalli i I ahaM tee) dkatppotntad If I lose the opportun t) t play these three gaipajj I with DxxnoVan'a club. i '.it Moran was illaapuolnted as j keenly aa w in narrigan to And it pour" stag yeetordsiy naornang. T i i weather is orooatoaj one two ays, " grumbled Pal "I -d to send Alexander to tin tirina line todw) Thai n mid hava put him in Just the propel condition 0 i a hard frame Fri day tie may nave a oYMtnce to pttoh to-morrow, of courae, iut that will moan only one day's rwt tefire the toaiutfural Krida aftortKKBh It ownoj ie denied th i ' wa arc uountlng heavily on Alex ander and certainly it ia not k"i poHcy to permit htm to tax hlmaalt so oloaa to the tiegirtrifsT "f the battle" r ii ju"! poaalbla thai yeetordayi rain pr 'Ned a greater ImpoalUon on the Ked H t than on the Pbltllei Not only we-a Morana hamplona fairly busy all of bun week, but With fglr weather they will be able u conclude the National League acheduli tills afternoon Two gamaa rmiMtri with Brooklyn Parnita jlon w a? a rented tc move lo-mori ow's game up to tins afternoon. A ipubie heudi r to-day therefore would fulfil all fcheiljle obllgatlona and leave the National League 0 hamplona one full lay's real befon the collision with the Rati Sox Nii tuch good fortune awaits Carrl gan'a men. They must remain In Mew York over Thuraday t complete their m I eduie obligation! here. ' mtlailoi) had been granted to move Thursday's game foi w ird to to-day to provide a tola header Yet they hava three gamea n maininx, wnereaa rniiaoeipn i t- ly two Ban Johnaon. proaldant I CRESCENT ClUB NOT TO JOIN. M elu bvrS of its 'On m tt. Iteuisier Wl4h I, ft. I. s I nillv iduals. Or itu.ieri .1 Boll, chairman of thej ai.hant. ici & (iov, Whitman has athletic commtttos ol lha descent A. (' . about decided on the nt State Athletic COtlltrmod yastorday tht net s printed In j Commission It la ssp.-cted he will Thi H v that the basketball trouble lie-1 name Prank Dwyer of ttenava .i chulr t.AVcn -lie A IV and the Crescent A. man of the cnirm'ttee and that Wlilu.tn C hud boon settled to th.- sat isfa. t u 1 v Matnowaon of Braioklyn will ia n' lioth sldea At tha same lime Iir. another niemher Ir la thousht the third Bell ma le it chwr rhar the Brooklyn I mambsr will eith.-' Kredorirk a. cluii had not joined the Metropolitan I Went k of Manhattan or John Pranay of Association ind lhat then- was no ltkeli-1 Albany and that rin- on.- who is tmt ap hood of lis doing so. polntad as the ihir.l Commlastonet will The Crescent chairman stated that. I bo named aecrstar) of the commission thOUSh the Cieseent A. C had little in I principal offics Of the boslni com common S'ltll the A A I'., it wis on mission is now In New York dry. hut friendly terms with that IknI and thai the new law sas tha ofllce shall t what...: mail. le had occurred In Ihe located In Albany, which might causa past over basketball would lie obviated th naming of Praney as secretary. .11 future by the members ol the team j Th'' "alary of rhe Commissioners and registering individual!) All the teams I the secretary is t.. be l, 1 each on th. schedule of tne crescent a. C Sathawaon " identified with the v M irt college teams, and these rsoognbM ' aTmnaslum and outdoor sports the authorits of 'he a a. U. whan play. '''"vl'l'-s jno" ta h hroti,,.. of Borough Inc ...he, than eolleae ,, San sat lons 1 '"sident Mathews..,, of The Brans He MYSTERY IN A. A. U. INQUIRY. 1 ha I a wan iMthtis in rr i Bot" llo l rise, la Out KrMrt. There was .ut .V.r Of matei In the a V ofllce yeaterday t the dlt poaitlon of the matter whtoh involves iwo nntataur athletes, nrho are allagod to have datvianded money to compete i n gal of Vmea in Troy, and Handt cappai Campbell of that dlatrtot 'amp bell is aald to have had poaaaaalon of . rlenre affftlnal tha IWO men Me whs ordered t iurrender it to the raylatra lion eommlttea here, hut up tu lust night had failed to do ho lender ordinary clrcumatanoaj a new hundicappar would have bean appointed In hit nlaca at on - Prealdanl Kubleni 1 ahoaa pnwer the appotntmeni of .1 in w -nnn lies, wa- o;e of thos,. sparring tor time last nifctht He adv. Met walt Inff until to-doy he fore takinR any action nut the iinoression uivtn wan that Itia i immlttee is si ready in possession or the facia In the case If ,s known that A A I. ConunlH-1 nlnn I'. tic u-hn has . h.-iroe in that i j".sseHflinn of th I ir.cl. h .s been investigating the ense I .i.i.l it may l.e that he haa aOQUifOd the pvlfleiife aithnut tin a'.'l of Oatnpball. rhiiirrnan Msthawg of the registration rottintlttee wag not In rown last night and liters sgl a rumor that he hail r;one tt. Tl'oy to attl the matter ir uoaalblo, j tl oppe ii. i. ca polavta it.ici.i. !' Iloppe out.liiH.setl ttt,orge in tin afternoon nuii Hal u .11 W M III ,1'i 'olanjgn gll ui.-a of tu the avanlni In his practice 1 1 1 lilaltlinc at I'lium's yes- II. beat Moore son to tin, av- . raging i : 1 1 and 17. with high runs of 101 , , usiied i 'oleman tno to I and :i. 1311, run, nil Sd a, at ,.s. anil it vet 'gglng I ii in il il it CJele Jump uu 4. a l ii. ii Iter. Thomas tiallagher was beaten f"" to ISO KoJI V, inula laal night in tile rlrsl block tif ihcli Lsao point match of I t I ball ., ai I ,.ily s The jap had high rum or 7a and r.u with an average "i ' ' ,:-'-'i 'lallaghcr's heat run waa .! i :d hS averaged li i -t It M I 1.31, I'. M it.., i ii polo K'i Hie - i' of the AmtrlMti Utfutv Iih.-Ui upon carrying oui th tohtdvlc in the ftillttt Ifttttf of the law. The manum nieiit of tht Yankees OOtlMlHMi Han ylrdy . uiut canrelliriK the Thureduy uttriit -Hon, hut he Ml hi foot down flrtnly On 1 th.' MhtflM. CnrrtK;ni and BHI Hed Sox therefore Will have to at ay in New York until Thursday night Thin will incon- ' VtnlonOf tit Ml tminewhat in their plan. ('arrlKHii hoped to he aide to lepart for the City of Hrotherly l,(TT- immedmtely after Uj-duy'a double header so an to indulge in a thorough Dl art ire at the i pBltodtlpilla National reugue park, aeet the field on Wilton they must play I their flret two xam- of the world's I champlutiahlp. I ThiM general dlaaAtlgfOCtlon over the f1isaipointinK clow of the HUtJPT cam-' paiRtis in the Kast is likely to lead to needed reform next year. The rlub j owners in gOfMfgl havn come to the con clualon that the season is too long that it begina too early arid closes too late. Several schemes have been advanced whereby It will be poaalbla to crowd n ' tcheduJn of 1M ganiej intti a perkod of' time U bast ten days shorter than i ; that In vogue this season. This can be done. too. It la aald, without scheduling ( ' double headers. The matter wiil meet I ' serious COnjld! ration Rl the annual1 . meetings here hi December. "It Is n fine thing,' aaid Joe Keilsy. j the Yankee scout, "that the Red Sox t i have the pennant clinched Imagine the! dlaaatlaf action there would e in Host on snd elsewhere if Detroit had won one i more game and had still to he reckoned with in the championship. "nn you ' Imagine what an Inconvenience such ' rsin aa thll would be under those cir- ! cufnatanoaa? "l'ersonall 1 do not believe in clOOlng the Western season so much earlier than the Baaterh campaign I remember hack in lnt Just such conditions prove) decidedly Cmbar ram I ng. That was the year that Merkle forgot to touch second, when the (Hants and Cubs finally had to play a post -season game to decide t he , rhamplonahlp. The Cuba closed tlieir t eeeeon on gunday. New York had three more garnee to play with Boston and had to win all of them to tie Chicago. You can imagine what a strain that meant to Mdiruw and his players It was a much more severe ntntltt than any to which the Cubs hud been subjected. Furthermore it gave the knockaro and these are always to be found in every line of sport--a chance to insinuate thai Host on didn't try its hardest against ' New York I should like to see tha : major leagues close the same day every- j where." It appear that tht simply couldn't K' away from R post -c:i son mi ma !- twaon the ijiants and Yankoea .iftsr all, Kortunstely, however, this l-rash fut lurst ettl not be Inflicted upon local fandom The clam of MoQraw and Donovan will settle their difference! ;it Hartford, Conn , Friday afternoon In one tilt This Rtoatloi haa been arrancod by the Preaa Club of thai city. I'nrt of the procoodi win be donatad to tha worthy cauae of the fourth aetata The RMntbari of the MaW York and 1 Boston American Laaaia dubs were , feuests of honor ,t Ned W,.yb urn's "Town TOpIcO)4 at the Century Theatre 1 Ust niKht Manacor stalling nf tha Bravaa in-. tCftdl tt tass up the world series thla ytai and will hurry to the rot ton belt Htter ui-morrow's frames witli the i Mania It; Boaton. GOVERNOR'S MIND MADE UP. l a. irs lt4 rr, ...nl Wi ni l. M44I beta m.im. Prstnof fur 4 ..4iiiilasl..i4. ; aaa Conatltutl Wenck is ma! t unvention tndoraed by Prei lala- I Hate Idanl Page Of the New York Athleth Club. The t hroe praaent mamhara of t he st ;ite Athletic Com m lag Ion, Krank .s O'Neill .1 It. Price and J .1 Dixon, met yaatarday afternoon fur theli regulat weekly conclave, bul adjourned without tranaactlng any bualnaaa According to s.-. retar) Harvey onl a few caaea were on the calendar. The 'onvnlaelonera decided 1 1 hold them over until tlov. Whitman appolnto t he new 1 'ommU alonera, DILLON DEFEATS SAVAGE. I n il lit nil p.il Is Net. JOPOOI Holer l-'l.it.ra l.llme Man Three Times. .lack .",11-, n nf I ndlaaiapOlia lesletl the oourage .f Jim kaivasja of tirtuage laal night it tha Brosttlwas stnortina Cluh. Brooklyn, by is.uh.IIhk the Jersey-man nam DiHo thgll mill tint, ugh ten rnunils of tlgjatital h who saighed Qftaan pounds less his opponaiit, h;ul the bettor of tha all the whv riij-ough and aavaral t uics knock In foi a Havags ruuTosrty .- ,,,,,1 i.,nK l out. is fifth sound kMtvags wami dtrwn .smut from I riitht uDoaroui lo the Jaw at tl later In th s.inic rountl left to the he sas Moored again with stonruwh In the sixth round Inilon scored another ktawkydown with a right to : m head, Savage took a lot : p. lahntent and roughrt In gamer style than ever before, but waa fMrttilaatiad In the aemi-llnal bout Kali)' fttttohell dafeatad Prank Nottor with p4tmty to Hpaie VW4WWJM iMVA MJkfl atAlll. rnT H.fTiT . as 4B a cits t- ....m rarer i nrri, m in i i ir, Day They Are t till.-tl I'tigcllier. Informal track practice started yes, terday at Coluntbla win-,, nogeh Wafers ailed the veterans together for u tHlk i mlv three of them, all sprinters, donned ,,,,, forms and warmed up. They were Ton, lllnck, Cap! Harvitt anil V Neckarda, who oouldn'l wall until the track dried tiff. Wafers win iter) the croaa-oountn n,-,, to-day. He h.,s lo.-t the stai or gal year In U Q, sUnllli. Hmlth haa been appointed coach or the Ithacg nigh Icbool croei country anu track PHILLIES BESIEGED BY POLITICAL I0B Mayor iH ii lw Tickets, but Pot IPC Chief iind Mim in Little .lobs None. DIRK THINGS THRKATKN I'm ILAOgLPHI . ,),,f I -t'l .istlc action b the Ojt) authorities involving U I aearchWig LnveaUggtion of tha niothoda of dlstrilHJtion of the world's series tickets and the withdrawal of DoUcO ! protection from the Phillies' grounds during the games here was averted to-( fin y only hy the decision by Hrwhlent , Haker of the Phillies and Fred Chandlet . ne of the club owners, 0 hOWOf Mayor Hlankenlnirg'e request IbT tickets by! giving hint three box seats for one game. Reejuejgtg by inwnborg Of the Miyor'a rwblmd and acoraaj of minor city officials, including siijh rfntendont of police lb bin aon, hUVO been ignored entirely and the sjtorm Which was expected to-nla RMty I break to-morrow or next day. K;trly to-day Sunt. Itobinaon submitted i . ton. Z r wpuomm bt dm u j Iho rhillla nrfc.ir'n'"i. l.'gfth.T wltli th.- curt t-etin.'Mt that I nioxt huve l the.- tickets of none trw .-nly answer I 1-r.iuire Is '.8' Of "no " When the ticket." were IMM FOfthoOffl intf a h.ist conftrmoi wns vit i-1 Ii ('it;. Hall .mil Bttkof and OnandlOf w.-r-i -..ii-n-pon, ii licfor.- tli.- Mn-"r .Vfter much powwowiiut aihl han.lyhiikiCK it was understood that the Mayor w.-s Mllaflad with the pitomlM of IhrM seats, liut not s- the illr.s-turs and other refor.n hoHtlelans, All tli.-o oltlcials wish to .i for their ti.-k.Mo. Is-spitc tho facl that not a single ticket ban ti.-.ui turned over to the Ptilllloi yet h the Qlobo Ticket Company for iHa trlbutlon, mora than a tTtouaand orders for reserved ft. -its have Is-.-n obUtlnod by one ticket aconoy offlCO alone, onlens ( rorrdnji for tickets from all over the country, The aaney ofAolaUl say they taped to . Iita.c pasteboard I from per sons who have purohasad bhom by mad ; At the I'luilics- ..rtl. es It WM wild that every pre autlon Would Is taken to avoid ha vine the tickets Call Into the hands of tpsjQUsasori It . a t!.e opinion StMMn ticket offlos iiuirutif.-rs that this will he hur.i to ku.ii-'I ssjalnst, ts-.-His.. hundreds of applications for tickets were tiled' weeks airo. and, according; to the Phillies management, applicat i ns r.s-eive.! prior j to last Baturds) will lie honored, AMERICAN LEAGUE. rlnl 't Itc-nlti. w 'ark -Boat on tr.tiiii Wnnhlna . n-1 "hliiulf lp:it i r in llelKtled Mantllnri of the lubs. II ll I II! I dl I ' LUrJIlll I ! i oLtna fli"l I II I I I yiBicji iiji Boats Mis i tirlu i ; m .'bsuols. r, H UirkjtT ir Ml 4 t'hlraso to T iulll ii t it W 04 Waablactoo. m lldllit) 14 l ts ss! Nsw Vora.. 11 it - -. tr, it c' i lit 'tl. Louis h no j 0. II u tl 4nsj ISTSlaOd . 4 5 ' 'MJ ' I II T ij !T1 Hhlladsiphla. lis I ri 41 it rj lama Ion. . .u '.4 l -i ! Q.', low r.ft ' T..-.l's schedule. Iti.-'cn tu N'ew 'l.rk -twn as'nei t'hlia'leiph!.. at aahlllK o.i. . o game, i NATIONAL LEA3UE Veeterday'i Besajts B4Hnon New York traial BMigdelphla.nrooklyn tbotk r rain ,. DstallSd Mai. .ling of Ihe ( tuba. n I i CUM 1 ill PaJladalphla M ,ltuton. ? I Brook! va 11 t 1 tneggo ... . ; t. l'lttrllr.- . I I lit, Lou la . 7i. Incinnati v 7 Nit ork. . ; (i&inea lust , U II ; I) ItlM I : II (I- 1 44 tolttKlM - H- riN 47: I -I Hill 474 till ,4n n .t 4t t'sl 4.W tr'M I ti 5 f r ? 1 1 1 1 I II It 13 Hill 14 in is . r, ii it ii II li It I 111 II II ii jit it i4 II U II s .i ii alt, I, '"tl it! I it'll SO' l t S'l 41 Toda) Keaedale Y i'k Hi lter rn (WO okl) n PhlladolphU tt.i Mir- (two rami WOMEN SHOW HORSES IN RAIN. Nlaa l.onl..- Ian Wroh M Ina ! ni Dftigtlisii! with Trgggggggi Uamii iiv. Cgnn., Oct. .'. - Several Well known women braved a driving rain storm to-, lay to exhibit their own mounts in fore the Judges at the l:,nl.,l,.v Katr il. use si.ow Among the prlae winners wei e l. Louise Van Wyck of aVriradule, N V. riding Tennessee; .Miss Merosdea Crimmlna of Norototti riding The tTirl; Mrs K.iwln Hates Hubruck nf Brooklyn, riding Woodford, and Mrs ijaorgs w. ti le,, of White ilains, ruling Varonlqus Mrs .I.-, .rite (V, Haas of Mr Kis.o, driv ing Uylba I-'. ash was another prig wan ner. Horsaa from the stablaa ..r Knni seeiig of New fork ,4,0k man) honors uthera wla.se entries won ribbons an, I c.tsli pilgas were: iic,,,y Ueegan, Brooklyn; M ss II.,, net A, I'ollon, Hr.ii.kl!,. M M Maimer, Htamford ; Thomas U Watt, llartstlale : Kernl.rrjok Kami, Ml. Kiac. ; Mttle h'arin, Whits I'lnlns ; ijeorge Uun. tin' Wollan, White j'laips, an. I Miss Ruth Storm, Brewster, N v The ahow win oontinua lo-morrow. It,, lit, lli, ti Tourney II. I.I I II. MoNTt'i.Aiit. N ,1. tiii. ;, -Owing to tho rain here lo-da) the opening rounda in the invitation women's singles and1 mixed doubles were poetnoned until m- nioft mv pla ers compete au in' prominent ivomen the .Metropolitan district will Pat lite i sasl Ismgue 4 s.i ii granclsco. e MADISON SQ. GARDEN THURS., OCT. 7TH RITCHIE vs. DUNDEE 10 ROUNDS. 2,500 Scata at $1.00. I elephiilte .1, 'Hi Mail Hi Variance of Opinion Even About Weather VW HAT'S the use of try in to " figure out the world's se ries in the face of the usual di vergence of expert opinion, when tho experts cannot agree even as to the probable nature of the weather? The weather sharps at Washington, all alleged fans, prophesied that (junker-town would be blessed with fine weather for the first two games of the world. eria Friday and Saturday. Those in charge of the bureau in Philadelphia have taken I more pessimistic view. "Cooler weather is due Thurs day," they prognosticate, "with possible rain on Friday and Saturday." CHERRY MALOTTE AND SWISH TOP WEIGHTS I NtprpleHwiNprs Askoil to rnrrv'fuMin h . - ... m . , , hij IM p0' U ' i Rhlae I III) nt Pi I1 II IT Hock WOighU for the four handicap events foi the apsjfllflg day of the Piping KocU Hacing Assoclatljn next Saturday were announced yesterday The hest of the ItSeplschatSri have entered for the Jump ing- events and . particularly large field has bsetl named for the dak Itldge -up Handicap In this race Harry La Man la e, ne's Swish will divide the post o: honor with the .ireentree Stable's Cherry Malotte, They are asked to carry 1.K pvanda and win oonosds weight to many food performers. V Ambrose Clark's Peregrine Pickle is next to the top weights with I"", piut.il Then comes did Salt with lit and Thomas Hitchcock's Kshtoh, lf.o. Bonny Laddie, routed as a probable champion early in the season. Is In with Id .oui4ds and should be hard to Im- A. J A. I revi-r. ux's ConqUSfOf Is rated lh bsstl in th- Mplng Itock cu. for hul ttrs r r.M-.- that will be run over an uphill and down dale course of three in las and a half Conqusror, with it p. unda, will have to srive four pounds to Hsrculold, the old time hunter rliatn- picn, and will m.-.t two other sturdy 0 ponontl in W. I. Carter and M. J. Shan non. Rtybourn Is at the head of a list ni fifteen for th.- MoMstiKer i'late. a hlKll Wclaht handicap at a mile and a furious, and Cloud has the heavlMt impost In the Brass Cup Handicap at mile and a quarter The Weights follow the Messenger Plstsi li.sh elght hatl.il .... for IhrSSsysar-Olds .n,.l up. one mile atsl S furlong . a liaeottder . Aroiaaienl I ;-! Kavoa Doublel Election i-t . Rauhi i k Mi. uanoi liuliMii Am w if Rsssanc . . . . 1 18 ISO Rejrbourn is. r rti.iiM- Mituifii mi it Bsndoa ... 1 1'. i I ' baot llo lio c 1 . atnk.- anil 4,'i.p ... in ! I t - Wlui,. M.....I lil I I Mi' ' Th- Braes Cup; hoixl hr baeki and n.iiiicr- ottf nnlf .inj s .iuuti AtN'h-lale 1; Sen(finirii;n CluUti .1- .;.. l . . u The Oak Ittdte Oup; hand! nap ataaptankaw f'ir four reaeOlda and ujiwaril: about m.ltt ami a tu.f Arch HI IV Krhioh Itn bin it; iti i,. 1 1: ... ii Him H' .'111 tiros.. u.4 Bonny Lsddte fieriy Mnlofle Puk. f Dullllh nton Hlblsr Hunters Kurt Imli.ui Arrow The PltnliJ Kn IM Norl hwood ( Ik-.ir 'ivOli! Sslt I.'n Obeto I.'iO IVrearln Pleala in iaod Hoi . , . knacambian . it Akihbereen W ?iWish 11 1 11 14 k Cud : LMndlHean atoi ol hi.ne for huMsrs: about three mile and half Mack ami wintr Cnoiernr Rsrcuioid . :l ' It 1 1. 1 ,:': . k 7" .vi j ihsnnon M Web Ca. .. 1 SYRACUSE MAY LOSE CREW. 1 OMgiei I'itinni-lal Sllnatlt.n In tlhlelle t asoclnlloii la (tiiise. SMiM-i sK, net 4 - The gyracuaa L'nl- ver-lt. 'tew mgy not havi an oppo Itinity to show its skill at Pnuahkeena next June Th.- peculiar flnancinl con dition Of the gy racUSS Athlete Associa tion 1111,1 the firm star,. I nf Chancellor Da) may compel .-. ceaaatlon of crew activities This complex situation Is the outcome Of the financial cou.lttion nf the lmily (ii-iiii.c, th,. college newspaper published by the Athletic Assoc at!..,, iist spring 1,700 arudenta petit, one.) to have ; Sddad to the incidental fees to p.n for the publication or the paper, However on the chaiiceiiot s rsoomrnf ndatlon $.' was taken from the athletic dues foi the purpOSS ami the me:. lent. ,1 fees were to remain ihe same Thla causes ., i..... of re van us of la.non a year to the Athletic Association Irfhancellor n.i demands that the paper l.e published according to ruling of tha rnistees Howover, if 2,ni. students voluntarily suiw,-r,tie r.n for Un- paper iia chancellor has agreed to return to the Athletic Assoc. at, on the 18,000 dtdUCted from the athletic dura a three w.eks campaign has rsaulted in onb 1.1." students subscribing i'nlsas the fun number of subscriptions is realised, ttraduats Managar waiter Hmlth ha. gnnouncad, the Hnanclal obll gat lons of the Athletic Aaaookfttktn wi.t prevent the long sweeping stroke of Coach Ten Kvck's proteges from being seen nt the PoUghkeepale regatta In June, lilt l ti I. nns to It. ml , l.otil aeries. Victor Munos. sporting editor o, Ft luado, ami Jose C Peres, who holds a almilar on at riia.a.sioii. . t,oth t.r Havana, arrived yesterday t the Ward liner garatogs They are here ti. report the world's ssrlsa fm their ragnant - s papers Thty said the. would return in llav.,, .a ',, November lo take , ,, t their own ggniag. Tht pie. lot an un uaualll tine gpejrtlng sesson for Cuba this fall and winter SAXQttC as. j,4 .".'' Va aireiiDintumomVaMrv NEK I First time shown m New Yoik the New Series Saxon "Four" Roa deter, with three speed transmission, Timken axles, huntl oiner and roomier body, unproved high speed motor, signal lamps at side, ventilating windshield, etc. Saxon "Six" Touring . . $785 I Saxon "Four" Roadster . $395 With limousine top . . 935 With coupe top .... 455 Saxon "Six" Roadster 785 Saxon Motor Co. of New York 251 W. 57th Street Columbus 7811 BROWNS TAKE FIRST CITY SERIES BATTLE Cardinals Fall. 3 to 'J. With Lucky Infield Shinies Looming Big. WEIL! AN AND DOAK VIE St. I.otth, O. t r, -Tli Tflri. n gatnttf Brtl l.lootl On thp Cnrdlnnls in th.' Ml cit Tlo hy winning Iht openlriK (rum. I i-ilay, It in 2 Wpllman llil not pxcpI Kniik In Iheir pltchirs- NkttS. It :. a rloHp iusnIo with lucky Infli'lrl Minnies Kcrtng for the American LeaKuers. The- BrOWIII 101 Ihtlr ttrat run In the th.rH on a sIiikIp hy Prstt, hln Ptrnl nn.l Walktr! bIprIp In the fifth Hlicttnn ami Howard Opeild with InfleM ulnnlcK and two infl.'M bllfltl cnnnte.l a run In the seventh. BtlottOfl was Iftfl on Horns Iiv'f fumhle. took lhlr.1 on Howafd'l sac rifice ami came home on Mlltr'l Infield t ip The, Kcnr.' : ST lOCIS lA Li I ST l-OCIS IS L.I nt. n ri I ip i P a 1 lholton.ll 1 Smith. II it V i i i I I j 9 0 S n r J 4 ' (1 0 1 I II I i I ! :i ii 4 111 a i o t o I n A 0 n l Him :.rl.1h lilor.rT..., nail ,ib 1 in 0 0 Hettet..'li s 1 l o i .Uolan.cr .1113 0 Miller. Hi 1 1 1 fi Lons r( T it A I ) Be.-k lh i i o : n njrdsr.e r i s l i Horhsbi ; M i i ma,p 'niH-hr nmtirrr Abth aaa& I ftXftll I n II I Totnl. natteil r.ir Dosk in the ninth inning Aniern nns 0 0 1 1 t o 1 0 f 1 Nstionals .... .00001001 A2 Runs- AsserloaM Sholtnn ?. Pratt; Na UOnalS, BetSfl, I.onc Twn base hit Ttetfei Three base rut -iritis aMsHflos bits Bialsr, Pratt lliiwnril Stolen buses Shnttuli Pratt Walker. S11.T Knuhle iilaj lleck Miller SIM Snyder wild lleh llnak First tiase nn (alia oft Doak, off Weiiman : Mrvjck out My Doak i! hy Weiiman. umpires Rason INattonall; lliidetiranil (Amorleant Time 2 hours i'resintr si 11.411 lahra Mrrrlam. N'iiKKoi.k. Va.. ot. T'o vialtintt pis yon were the chief rlsrures In to-day's play of the fifteenth annual tennis tour nament for the OhaaTiptonahlp of Vir ginia Paul Tiean r Of New York de feated Ware Memam of Hartford In two MtritiaTl'.t seit, 7 a, .1 It. . In the other match Irvlrs C. Wrhjrht, tits Bits ton oraok, 4iKt44t4Mt of Charles McIntosM of Norfolk, also In two MraiKht sets. TRACK AND FIELD NOTES. Work on the track at DVeequah Park. Ssimrk, wmm beicun on Monday under tiie aupervlaton i laarroai Rubertaon, rncra 11 little lewlllai be done and 1 he ground ii hf-nig 1 ut out ,r' j.t r .1 1 . .r v to the laying of th- track that will be weii i or ins aeai a. a. l humpi. 1 lo- primint ftart on ihi ui.rk Ml II I pi th track bfing flnijihfti before the man nien. so that it win have all the alater tu iattle. Th Irtah Aroarloaa a C haa loot oni f ir. beat athlet in M I Pa hay a J unipar of all anund attlllt v Mlk- hat pons t Butte, Mn , where nig brothee if in ltuntnrsn Torn Ogagldy, Who In itv leadlaj !pirtt ifi arranging the Rulllvan Memorial rni- to ih aaid at Jersey iity on Uctober IT, I- anthusloatlc over tha uppiir; u4-orii the pmjerl hy the .ithlfte- So far nn nnt of them h. ,i.k- i for 'penae money .in. 1 font- liMe volunteered to oome fro:n dnUavnt i.ies Pet O'Connor, i around middleweight champion, mixed In with ino iHelk fot 1 piayern I set aunday K reeult he e I'tle cut un. for the mi los .i I hu LAUREL RACING RESULTS. Kir.t ItacS gSlllag; tao year-ui.li : purse Ifttti live and a h.ilf frl..,i. Urib lleil tlelil. 1,,. tBrniSI, stn.la-ht III 4.1 place I7.lt, sh-.A 11 bo nr. 1 Donner, 11.4 u-ai- lah.tn.. pin. . ; ehow tin. second gemoer stalwart, 111 t.i McTaggartl, hoa I-' It, third Time 1 1.1 Meenn.l Knee- Tw-.-ye.ir .,,.(. m .,t e f a .a una a 11..11 ruriium. Kana Keniii. in. tAUsni. atrslshi Ita.ss ,.i... Ilt.'t, thn It.tt, first, Bddls f i"t It'ooper), plaie III'.. -Inc.. I a so. -s ,.,,,1 stalini-lna. Ill ij McTaggartl, -h.... M.70 tlllr.l Tims. 1:11, Th.i l llace- Han. II. an. I liraa.vaar.sl.1 I ..it I upward: selhagi I,'''", sddsd; one mils -'"'I a sixteenth Hun-.. 10a tl.ll., 1 straiehi 4 ,n. pi .i :., .), j :t' ; fir.; Horn.. 100 tOsllabu). place 1: ... : sir... 1.41' st, ...ii I'.ir Iner. I"4 .h'.at 1:40. third Tlrne. 1:11. KiM.rth llace- The farr lit ton Handicap Ii o... added: tht.. .yeer-oldi sad upward. ... i.ir...t.a I arl.lde. j . iMlnki. Tni!., Ill '' place t. 10, show ll.lt, flrat f,,. ,ai ghoee k: i Cooper,, place lit,.', ihoa I- ft, second; Coquette, 12! (Turner i ai..i I: r.0. third Tune, 1 IH. 'Added starters Fifth Race- -Two-iresr-olda pur..- Ifttt; n.-e i.n-t a ball furlongs Colonel Veaale 111 t Turner, straight 11.10, pilars 1; so show I.-i.. tir.-t qrasp Itl i Hoffman, piece ft T, ahow l:t To se.-.tn.i . a r.,..i;r I..- I air A tee,, ihoa It. thirl Tune. 1 : 1 1 .1 - ., sixth Bat nillss and rn.tre.. tdre --, sir-'.ll. and upward ; ... Itlns put--' $ "" ni- nuii Dinah l". s ii'niiins, straight It. It place 14'..,, .ii.. ,.in,. nrs Csla. verock. '.h iLouderi, pises lltl.lt, show. 9 , . . ..,.,1 llelilnelt.. 10. sh.o. I.' :.o third Tune, t ,: I pet TO-DAY S LAUREL ENTRIES. yirst Hi t at a aril: oils mile ftjterglots llilhe llakr .1), is . three feat Ok ami aeveni) rardi lio Cotton Top ! M.a. Clara i( 'Tun Hsncn l..i,l Itryn i Tssk l.aird i, Klrkcalin I ,'4 . IM i '.,i ... lot riling . 104 I lot II , IM .. .. lui stcrtoa ti ,p.ck:.t second Haas .Maideii iwo-yeaj "id. s.i i uelongi Costume: n. aRobolink Kia.e '.,,:,. i. . Tutisna Mllettt .. .. liaifChlvstor le.i ado in, li.an.lt ill t Walloon n. i ',,,, i It d til-. Kitchen ; Third Ra..' selling; Ihree-yesr-olds tad ut a.tr.i. una anie and sBveaiy ar.i 'am.. lil'Menlu Park i Royal Meteor Ito-ogtar Huti urteoii ai Hererli Jsmea M.,.. i Uulwebet s.in ,.t vsiiey Jlsrl ,; p(ge Whue 'Mlsi k ,. snaugb It Fourth Race Hellitur; three year olda ll" ; It and .,1 'it. on, ,.iie ,.,. ih,: i . t . .. : it ti I Yodel ViitM CkhMophine Party Reustt Carlton , Kit in Race in. . lite and l..l,,e l'l,.,,..e All sin, lea Km. Boa "Mar.!, un too IM 'Polly II Hit, nil. -an: , an i ti .4t I furlonga i in, ell j 1,1, I "Ids. il, ufeetlnst . . 101 Iky im. ii !-'-' 10! I.itv It,- n. : ..nl. I. ii SIXII Rsce aelllni three year old. and uu u.ird. oui mile ,., aei ,,,, . h.iri -il ftsvny Kn. Rn Snin.a Alpha liar, worth I in sun;, tia- in., Lulhei r .... t a- I nnocencr 'rascinatini 'II. Ml l" ,i.iir. ,,, I Utile. I ARS ice New Series Roadster I F.lectric starter and lights, 50 HUGHES SEES FOLLY OF DEFYING NATURE Mm Arnuml t Track at Top Speed Until Skidding Knds His Krolie. BARELY KscAPKs INJURY Ilush.e Hughes helped yesterday to prove lhat the Sheepsheatl Hay motor speedway Is no place for motoring on a wet Say He look out car, not one of those which Is entered in the rnce next Saturday, and In apite of good advice not to try the stunt he drove a. fairly slow lap and then opened up. As he went Into the bank nt the lower end of the grand stand he got a flue front wheel skid The car spun sharp around, the rear wheels Just grasirm the outer rail high on the hank Then he shot sharp down the Incline and struck the safety apron, ss the dirt stretch at the bottom of the parahollc curve Is called It waa soft Hntl holding and anchored Ihe car before It could no un and strike the concrete retaining wall at the Junc tion with the Inrteld Hughe wasn't hurt. He took no mechanic along on the trip, so that no one but himself was in volved In nnv risk. Kred J Waaner. the A A A starter. Is going over to Trenton to-day tt. handle the track meet which was scheduled for last rrtday. but was called off on ac count of rain, The promoter wanted lo run It next Saturday, hut was persuaded to change so as not to conflict with the Rhea pa head Bay rates. Ralph Dt Paltna will drive a Stilts nt Trenton. In Vail will pilot a Muirorrl Special ami I .rover Hergtloll an Krwln Special All thesa men are entered ror Bneopahesi! To-morrow afternoon there v. ill be supplementary speed trials at Bnet pa head. Th care which for one fee SO II or another haven't made the testl before w.ll get Hunt' official S d tela then. De Pa) ma. ptrhapt with his Mer lea but more likely with the Stilts that ran fast at Dsa Moines, will be among the drivers. PorporatO will try tt make rhe V R, P. go rhe distance. If the I'eugtot which Ralph MulfOrd has been ..walling from abroad gets through the customs he will try it out This Is one of the fastest cars In the world and Is the fourth of the lot. of which Reata'a, Altken'a and Wilcox's are rhe three other If th Peugeot .an t here Mitlford will drive the Maxwell Carl Llmbarg win teet the Delage ,r Hurry s. Harkness, th.. speedway p resi dent. Slid Hughle Hughes the baby POUgeOt which Mr Harkness has entered. Two MortTers, a Hugattl ami an Krwin Special algfl may so to tha mark. The Mercers were withdrawn last week, hut the postponement has given them oppor tunity to dt. some aat minute work thai may he effective. There Is a chance that Joe Seymour, well known aa a rating pilot in tha old days, will have a mount He las a Western friend who has a very fuel cai which is eligible. for the race He will meet the man to-day ami will ttnd out when the car is due in New York The postponement of the lace fr.., n iner Saturday hardly wall nffecr the at. tendance this coming Saturday. )udg4d from the way the tickets sltll are selling at the Speedway ofllce, lt'.i.t! Broadwa) To he sure, many folks rron, out .f town have given up an idea of seeing the race., but a great many New Yorkers who were crowded with bualneaa at the rlrsr t.r the month now will I.- able to lake tha day rr ami see the fast cars. There w-!ll be a smoker for the racing drivers naxl Thursday night at the M..t..r i 'lui The management of the Rpaedwa) plans have the results of the World', series art, i our I at the truck. If perish ih- though! it should ram ..gam next Saturday the race will go over to Columbus I 'ay. which Is a Tuesday Some one lia- dlwovered among other things at Sheep. head Hay a mare's nest of the latest model. This discoverer has brought to light that lubricating troubles have been many among the cars at ihe track, due lo the fact that on the leva re banks tl,' car hav. t.. lean at an angle which precludes the .pnaaiblllty of proper lubrication The ml, Instead nf being distributed event) to all the cylinders, sloshes over t., .me side, tls..i Ing "lie part and missing the other en- llrely, Tins results In burned bearings and frosen pistons When th.- cr. straighten out f,,r the dash.s down th.- straightaway th backwash of ,.,i splash. .. around In the crank case and f.,il- the spark plugs, DIRECT TO GATES OF WORLD'S SERIES in Philadelphia New Jersey Central Trains at 9.50, 10.50, 11.50 A. M from West 23rd St Terminal. 10 and 11 A. M. and 12 Noon from Liberty St. Terminal. Make special stops at Hunting don St. Station, immediately ad joining the Philadelphia National League Park. On October 8th and qth and on dates of postponed or tied games. 1 Hour 52 Minutes Liberty Street to the Ball Grounds Dining Cars on 10.50 it. 00 A. M. and 1 1 50 12 Noon Trains Other Trains Every Hour on the Hour from Liberty St. (ten minutes of the hour from West 23rd St.) 7.00 A. M. to 10.00 P. M. Parlor Cats on all Trains Special Return Service Leave Huntingdon St. for New York 4.07, 507 and 6.07 P. M. Doyle Leads League; Just Passes Ludcrus RRY DOYLI haspasstii ,,lt LuderuR in the elOM met for first place in Nutiomil Lean ;. I.attinff. He leails ly a scant ma,. Kin. but still lends. Any margin is big if the populnr Olatit can hold it to the finish. Unofficial averages showed the following figures for gumes up to and n. eluding last Thursday's Lude rus A. B 48.T; hits. 164; aver nge, .315. Doyle A. H., b(I7 hits, 1 7H ; average, ..'til. Larry truncheoned his way Into firsl place day before yesterday, lie made three hits in tight time- at hat. That's all the playing he's done since last Thursday. The big Phil since that time ha. made two hits in seven times at hat. The present figures: Doyle A. B., 576; hits, IS I ; average. .::i 17. I.uderus A. B., 4.1(1; hits, 154; average, .8142. It all depends on to-day and to-morrow. I so that within live or six lap . p. , I tin tea the engines mlBS and tia p. , ,j I is lowered. This is giving old friend irnmfug,.: i force a terrible blow. When m a ia bucket of water rapidly arutii.il I head the water does nol i hang. level. It stays in ,1,.- bucket same thing. ,t may lie assumed. Ii tul , place when acar is driven at high i . ,t i around a banked turn. The pump stays at the same level us f 11 ... r. running on the Hat -that is. u, leai laws of physics or nature huve la-en suspended by 'he mare s nesl iltulei it were impossible l lubricate can y around at an angle, whut Would bee, of tin various v type -tgi,i a"1 t cylinder motors, which always ' an angle: If lubrication troul.lt s hay been many at flheepahead on account 'f bank, why were they not even is .re noticeable nl Chicago, where iher, - . rlai bank, pitched much sharper thin t Bbeepahead? isn't the fact rather i these cars, at the end of a season 'i campaigning, ar tag. miing In ihoa Ih I effects of crystallisation of mm parts" I 55 TRY FOR COLUMBIA CREWS i4ralt Met. Will 4... on HudsilS l'u-tlii null l-'rt-ahiiirii 'l'..-iiiiirrtir. Kirry-rive crew candidates, Iwt e,ght or them freshmen, and flfteet . swain candidates reported ycstertl Coach Jim nice or Columbia h resis , tt. his first call. No machine a'ork done A departure from the old syatein whereby th" candidates worktsd or, ''a rwing machines for a f-vy wti . .- ind than went over to the outdoor quart, -a, Bdgewater ,s undei advisement Trie vara ry men will ! boated on tit. I, id. son to-day ami the freshmen wl r tried out in Paiges to-morrow if the men who rOWed on Ihe Vaft It nt Poughkeepale last Juni onli have returned r college and of the - rimt won the championship tt, 9tt nt t'apt Noun. ,n Ifratton remains, line ever, all the varsity candidates em-enl font have had tutelage undei th. I: -system Donoho, I'a-liran. Mansbai and Situonds are 111 college still, ' they are out for football and will joint the crew aquad until Decemhei The freshmen had a fan turnout though with the lei, ,t, of food, .1:1 I. I.al been aeaured of a aquad of Fifteen of the yearlings weighed Ifiii. Two of them have had pre, experience Von Mayhoff at st im School ami Hall al Bge'ter, A Hteingehnetder. la a brother of a Columbia oarsman A S Ki,,c higgeat candidate, weighs ri 1 and is 11 feet t 'it Inchee tail. 1: furry, ,1 Wesl Ind. an youth, weli mid is feet 1 itc h t ,11 Rice will Ue p the aquad on ft-. II son until afrer the Yale ra H angioue to repeat the last victor , Mine ami VYblla . tew over the 1: -In lis,'. A ract may lie rowed beta, the tWO freshman eights next y. Women Tennis "sinrs Invlleil a special invitation lawn lenn nameut for women wtll l.e he'd Bedford Park Lawn Tei n - t'lui club courts starting negl M01 ij ' competition will be in women's - -and ioublee and mixed doub , Federal Service Has No Time Until Any Federal owner tan . us any hour in the twent tor assistance Besides, we have t sprit ': men who will he glad to givt ' advice on care, operation routing that will gave tim money. Write for ., It. , :ii, FEDERAL MOTOR TRUCK CO. nf New 1 ark I"' 1 11, wi st it-Hi gritt'i 1 Telephone t'lrcl,' "Alwayxon tho Job'