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THE SUN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1915.
Harvard Has Many Cripples as Eleven Prepares to Meet Cornell Big Garden Bout To-night 10 LITTLE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN HARVARD, TIGERS AND YALE What Small Difference There Is on Orliliron Favors the Princeton Eleven. COLGATE GOAL LTXE NOT YET CROSSED Br Wii.MtM n. HAH If A, Ths Colgate tewm. oppressor of ths Army, has made mi point" In three lamri und has not bwn scored on In any of ths three. Princeton has len snored on, hurt only tiy a field goal, which ! the only wny Syracuse's goal lino has been MMl The Syracuse point record to 111 .1, IYIncetons Is 8(1 3. Cornell Is a wholesale point maker, with a record for four games of t . Kartaiouth's record 1s 1277, llutgers' 17010. War ner's formidable Pittsburg eleven, which will to through im puces In Philadelphia nast Hatunrkty and la actinic us If It waa folly aa strong as any hand In the osuntrv. has a record for three games of 14 12. The Harvard points are 14 13 and Tale's 3 1. They'ye all been scored on but Ool gavte. The elxieeti points against Vale luhi la only one touchdown, which to batter than Harvard's defence hna done. The Crimeon defence has permitted two. lie far aa the scares by and against are oaooerned, there Is but little dlfloreuoc oOsnslvely or defensively among Har vard, Yale and Princeton, with wihat difference there Is being In favor of Princeton on defence and Harvard on oltsnce. All three have met one or mors strong opponent.. The eleven of Kieter, as uaual. Is beating everything that gets In its way. Ths Lhirlmouth f I SSllll ISI I. Yale frelimcn and Worcester Amulemy have been drubbed and Kxeter has mule 47 points to opponents' none. Tad Jones has had little but suive.ss slioo he took hold of Kxster squads. . . .... .... Among the profundus- of teotfcaU, woh are beyond us. is this matter of ; generalship by a quarterback. If ho near the other sides irowl line and the i play he selects doesn't go it .seems that tils generalship is bad he clraae the wrong play. There was a right play if bs'd only known enough to use It. That the other aide might rucve stopied any kind of a play at Hum particular im.imnl iu u lUliiirhr lint SHMS h H nf . in sldsratlon. No. air. bad gent.rab.hlp was ! at fault. So far a we are able to make ; ota, bad generalship .-onslsts largely of arranging games with teams that are ' stronger than yours. I ' In the Hat of football officials there' Isnt any such animal ag a head lines- man. but on Sunday morning tliere were thousands of him officiating in the public prints. Coach Keady of Lehurh Maid after the Yale game that he never saw better ma terial than there is at New Haven, but he wasn't convinced tli.it the most wss being made of It. Dadmun, Ihs former Tufts player now playing for Harvard. Is ..ne of the I best performers in the Crimson s varsity i I ne. Whatever the reasons of the Yale coaches for keening Lagosa out of the earlier gamut they doubtless Wsrs good reasons. l'robably the coaches knew what they were doing better than ex cited outsiders. Brown made a timely br Williams. 3'i to o, after a ity and a dcfYut by Am OS Blueneaa , has given way lo chcet fulness and hopes: for the eleven have Jumped LOU im r cent William, no duubt was weak compared to Trinity and Aoihsrst, but the Hi uno ntans played with pop anil spirit In ths Williams game which had been absent. It was that more than tin size of the s.ors which brings encouragement. I Hesltallon, time wasted in deciding on a route afflicts the genera run Of back- I field men who have Just caught a punt, The Harvard-t onn 11 game ought to 1 Muran has a decided advantage In ex prove an exception. Mah.m and Ilarrett j ja-rlence, therefore, unlcsa Coffey has ara finished performers, at coming back Instantly and on tho Jump Union 'a string of football victories j stretched unbroken ly gOfOJI eleven games before New York univtrslty snapped it on liaturduy. The eleven straight included these contest : st. Lawrence, 16 (; Hobart, 7 3 ; Weslcyan, 7 U ; Stevens, 13 7; Worcester Tech. 20 o ; lteioe laer Poly, 240; N. Y. V., 9 u ; Hamil. ton, 267 (the foregoing games In 1911) and this year; st. Lawrence, t 0; Williams, It 0; Ford bam, o. -f I. nnnstlon." uv. o M,,Kir.,ou,, -rtiU)cr we shall see again lUCa u I splendid punting duel as Mahan and 1 rtiumian indulged In " W ell. Drum of Princeton is likely to let folks know that he's around. Not that "Brae bar i Rutgers1 lit rfTiiitid huTThack. gained the most vurrl. ,gs." Maybe lie did the most runnage. ! booti his punches straight and with I'ulman probably did the most puntage. ! r' ' tte, t tlom 8,'ort distances. Cof alth all hands sharing In the tacklage. I '. however, whether Justly or unjustly. ! has acquired the reputation of posses- The Wards, Federal league baseball llll !ii"'H Jw- Moran carries a iiagnules of Brooklyn, have a scheme. l""lch ,ll"t wl" fracture any glass Jaw. Ths Wards, be it lUIOWIi, put In an ak I But he must protect himself In going :rto lighting equipment at Washington Wttt the brittle and vulnerable point, I'ark, their baseball plant, to promote j night baseball there. Now they want " ' ' .iihi muiU ,,r.' sxi saMssxaxsxsxsxxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxsxa r to tlie elevens of New York I'niver nty and Fordliam to come together some Sue night at Washington I'ark. The natter, Involving considerable of a de parture in gridlfOa affairs, has been sub liltted to the management of the teams gamed. Among other things necessary 10 bring about guOh a contest would be faculty santlon, and If iiermisslon to lay in B.-ooklyn OOUldn't be obtained the nseball people say they would lie will i g to Insta. 1 their lighting srstcm at i'ordham's field or Ohio Field. SCHOOL FIVES TO COMPETE. Large Plaids Will Strive for I. V A. 1 Titles. The championship basltetball tourn.i Bnentl of both elementary and high Icliools will be conducted this year by 'he I'ublic Schools Athletic Ieague. In the elementary school division 10a team.. Itnvi entered to play In the Junior an I itiUor Olassss, which are determined by weight, the Juniors II pounds und the niors, 12a pounds. Kleven teams will .'omiiele fur ths high school tile, the curacy running from liecember 3 until March 7, llll. The elementary school tennis are llvldsd Into districts and lourhalninU hill be held to decide ths rllitrlol wln i -rb. lt.terdlstri'-t games will bs played 'o ths bo. nigh liiampli nib p The neighing in of usndldatst win be hell Jtli.v; I, w urn nt Week, COFFE Y-MORA N BATTLE OPENS INDOOR SEASON Camps of Both Boxers Confident, and Public Interest in Garden Bout Is Shown by Demand for Tickets Baseball Facts and Gossip. Jim Coffey, ths Dublin slant, and Frank Moran, the Pittsburg battler, will formally Inaugurate ths Indoor boxing season at Madison Bquars Harden to night. These heavyweights will furnish the main attraction of ths evening, a wlndup scheduled for ten rounds. The bout may not go ten rounds. There Is no chance that It will If ths prophecies of the spokesmen of the rival camps are half fulfilled. Moran Is to knock out Coffey In the first round ; ths Dublin giant la to lay the Smoky City hurricane low with the first punch. All this as usual In face of ring precedents of double knockouts and real action In no decision milling and mauling. To-night's meeting between Moran and Coffey nevertheless is bound to be quite the classlo of the Indoor season, for In these days of ring tangoes the all gener ous public has little but the measure of sentiment with which to gauge the excel lence of any bout. And public Interest there la far more, perhaps, than the gladiatorial records of the respective combatants might Justify. An Infallible barometer of the sporting atmosphere is that element which makes ths dead line look like an army corps In j single nie. ine uvinunu air jinme uih leys against this evening has been ao weighty that the promoters are transact ing their o files business by long distance telephone. Ths crush of the legitimate trade has been no less gratifying. Managraneafs Statement. Messrs. Johnson and Gibson, who share ths management of this mill, de clared last night that ths reserved seats had been disposed of every Isst one. A visit to the front of the house earlier in the afternoon showed conditions thst might substantiate the veracity of ths dual monarchy. Sivafal scores of men I and messenger boys were In line, await ing their turns at the reserved section booth. Their numbers were augmented steadily before the front patrons could be accommodated. At this time, shortly hit noun, the sellers vouchsafed ths in- formation that all the best seats were J box rervilUon , out of , UMtlon . ,ncv muIt w M the back row, X .,, ',imrtl rdin- ths n- , - .i. k. -.",,.. ,. plucked many a would-be repeater from its midst. Ante-bellum Interest there Is and no mistaking It. - Little but the approach ing fight Is being discussed In any of the many Sortlng centres. Jim Coffey has a wonderful following in New tork; per "ao " sreat a following as had Lach when the fighting dentist was at seta to hi career. The sons of Kri" 10 a vlth the 1u0lln Slam, for they see In him a poaslb'.s world's championship for tho Kinerald Isle. IB Moran this Idol of the Irish faces the most serious obstacle In Ms busy tight toward fams and fortune. Not that Moran stands aa any Goliath among tlie heavies. But he won a reputation for himself mors than a year ago by staying twenty rounds with the negro, Jack Johnson, when Jack was supposed to be Invincible. That wss befors the big black met Wlllard and hla Waterloo. B L. 1 1 H'.IImI, v-1 .. . , . a"c ,nen Moran has fought a number of times, but always, a with Johnson, In Hurope. Hla opponents are more or toss unknown here. True, he knocked out Kombardier Well, the Englishman, In a hurry. Bombardier is known In New York ao that that achievement of Moran may be censored. The Bombardier was a mark for some our second rats heavlea Compared to Moran the Dublin giant Is a novice. Frank has been fighting in lieatlng eight years or more. Jim was a vsrlt with Trln- able greenhorn one short year ago. Like most cubs hs has shown startling form reversals He knocked out Al Belch in one sensational tight after Belch failed to follow up a punch that left Mg Jim almost dead upon his feet. Hut against Jim Flynn. the old trial horse than can scarce dodder about these days, be mad . a very unsatisfactory showing. Flynu's handlers threw in a towel to save the Irishman unnocejBiary punishment. Yet Coffey failed to put his much smaller odvensary away, round after round, when he had him practically helpless. learned a lot since he fought Flynn at Brighton Beach last summer. (Joffey may have learned a lot since then. He has had the benefit of coaching at the handfl of Joe Jeanette, one of the very few good fighters who Is an apt teaoher as well as pupil. The best experience difficult to acquire from gymnasium (nut ruction. Opinion of Visitors. In the opinion of those who hsve visited the men In their training quar ters -Coffey at the New Polo A. C. and .Moran al I'ai nawstus ooin are physically fit for ten hard, fast rounds, Both have shown that they can fight Md that they are rugged enough to weather masy a hard punch. Frank Moran Is of the rushing type, who glories In milling fit close quarters. Coffey la the more scientific. He Is doubtless the better boxer and the cleaner hitter. He More mileage, more power, a quieter car, fewer visits to the repair shop, come through using DIXON'S Graphite Grease No. 677 For Transmissions and Differentials As your dmoUr for f As Dixon Lubricating Chart JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO. Estsbnthss 127 Jsrssjr CM N. J. for Coffey's left jab has the force of a kick from any army mule. The styles of the two fighters are such aa calculated to make things Interesting, Just as far aa they go. Moran Is a rusher of the slambang order, but one who knows enough of boxing to look out for his own Interests at ths same time. Coffey Is agre salve too. willing to swap punches any time he sess an opening. Howard Carr. manager of Andre An derson, ths Chicago heavyweight. Is out j wnn a challenge to Fred Fulton or AI Falser. He guarantees his msn will slop either Inside ten rounds or forfeit his percentage of the gate to charity. It may be nil right to pick on Fulton. But why Palter'.' Why disturb the deed? Pslier has been dead enough to satisfy any one these last two years. Intersections! football between for-! mldnble high school elevens Is likely to be seen st Boston this fall. Kveretl High has practically consented to plsy a game with Central High of Detroit, Mich. The Brooklyn chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America gave a testimonial dinner last night to Abe Tager, sporting editor of ths Brooklyn Engl, at the Hotel Imperial, Brooklyn. This event commemorated Mr. Yager's thirtieth year of service with ths Koplc. Among the 400 guests were the leading baseball magnates of the Kast and many of ths most prominent sport lovers of Brooklyn and New York. William Plercy, a right handed pitcher drafted from the Venice club of the Iaclflo Coast League, has forwarded his signed contract to Business Manager Harry Sparrow of the Yankees. Plercy Is only l years old. but hs looked so promising to ths major league scouts that all sixteen of the National and American League clubs put In drafts for him. Venice estimated the lad's value at 17,500 when New York tried to buy him late last summer. Greater New York operators of or ganised baseball are smiling broadly over James Qllmore's Insinuations that peace talk was started by the majors simply to scare players Into signing for another year. A canvass of ths local clubs yesterday developed the fact that Olants, Yankees and Dodgers were signed for next year almost to a man Messrs. Hempstead, Huston and F.'hbeta all de clared that every player who was of the leaet value to the three clubs had sub scribed to s 11 contract. The Federal League could do us no greater favor than to take ths unsigned off our hands," was the chorus. The death of Robert B. Ward, presi dent of th gtMMtWI. I.-... I , --- - j . . i ruci.ii league club, may seriously affect the plans for ! ... wh ui Mannanan Island by the Independent basebsll organisation. As vice-president of the Federals Mr Ward proved himself on countless occa-.-'ons a stanch financial anchor and tided more than one club over the shoals. He waa one of the iiniiim ..y, ..... . for an Invasion of New York, regardless of the cost. The Sharkey A C was granted an extension of Ib-ense and the Vanderbllt A. C. license wss renewed for one year at the regular meettnv v,u.:i.... . noon of the State Athletic Commission' ii wan oecmeti mat In future no boxer shall be allowed to assume a ring nseudonvni to whteh i,.. i. ... , - - -nut -mil l ''I The commlslon Intends to summon the rranaie i auanans and the two Al McCoys to decide clear tltlo to these ring monickers. BUI Brown, who will referee to-nighf.i light between Coffey and Moran, will move his gymnasium trnm t1-.. .wia street to ths 1 'inland Hiding Acadenmy. .-ia,j-p,mu pireei ana central I'ark West. Hers he will Institute courses of physical training and nil us, ..t ..... door and Indoor exercises. It's horse and horse between Nev York and Chicago In the matter of enervating and elevating sports. New York was all set to give the Windy City the laugh on Its poat-seaaon base ball series till it woke up to the faet that this city outbid the Stock Yards for a wrestling match. By tho way, Alex Aberg and Waldek Zbyxsko will meet Promoter Samuel Bachman to select a referee for that championship bead spinning bout at Madison Souare Curr1rt tn. ....... - -, ....... ... ..t.'IMlIt. (leorge Hothner. William MuldOon, Tom aciimuri ami nam Austin are most prominently mentioned for the honor. Harry Pollok Is anxious to match Eddie Moy, the Pennsylvania lightweight, against the winner of the Willie Hltchle Jnhnny Dundee bout. Pollok also de clares that there Is some apparent mis- tinderst andlnir relntlvo tv... - hf Freddie Welsh. Welsh, who has gone Into training. Is willing to fight any four men the public may choose and at the best terms the fight promoters will guarantee. A stipulated sum for the four tights is not sought. Leach Cross, who has been idle for some weeks, will meet Fighting Kltt Patrick In the main event of the Broad way Sporting Club, llrooklyn, Saturday night. A benefit will he tendered Kii Iavigne, former lightweight champion, at the Forty-fourth street club on the evening of November fv Sam Fltx patrirk, former manager of the Saginaw Kid, has chargs of ths arrangements. DEVON wnra POLO CUP. Brats Aiken Tigers 7 6 In Kstra Period flayed In DsrkaeH. I'lin.AngLi'iiiA, Oct. 18. The Devon I'oln Chili mioturiMl flu miin,,.,, a.1 lenge cup here this afternoon by defeat ing ion Annul, n. v ., iigers ny a sinire of 7 goals to on the liryn Mawr polo field. It mauirod an extra !.:. -i , . minutes and twenty-five seconds to de cide the game Alfred M. Collins made the goal that won for the Main I, me quarrel. A i mi nt of the mm. u ntivi i .. darkness. Automobile bumps were placed beside ths goal posts tn the extra period in orusr to assist ine pis yens In getting the iu-oiMr dlreotton 1o 4 Vt m.1. -pi... tlmekeetter burned a box of matches While counting off the mlnutss and seconds. Last Night's Boxing Boats. Wee Wee Barton won from Jos Oans by a small margin at the Vanderbllt A. C. In the main ten round bout. George Model knocked out Jack Han Ion In ths third round at the Military A. C. with a right to the Jaw. Ted l.rwls Outpoints Moore. Phii.aiiki.phia, Oct. II. Ted Iwls, Kngllsh lightweight, outpointed Willie Moore of this city tn-nluht at the Olym- pia A. A. He was a winner by a wide margin at the end of six rounds. COLUMBIA CAPTAIN SUSTAINS JIM RICE W. X. Brat ton. Crow Leader, Praises Coaching, Scoring "Undergraduate Apathy." -MENTOR IGNORES MATTER W. Norman Bratton, captain of ths Columbia crew, rallied to the side of the present coaching system In a lehlgthy letter to the Columbia Hpectator yester day. The husky Alaskan youth said the crew slt'iatlon ns Interpreted by the campus dally wasn't the true situation st all. He attempted to Justify tho report of N. Otis Bockwood, graduato treasurer of rowing. In which the latter said the undergraduate body lacks the sentiment toward the crew that every alumnus has and that the let the other fellow do it sentiment Is peculiar to the undergradu ates. "Lot him who doubts the undergradu ate apathy," said llratton, "canvass a freshman class and determine the num ber who are favorable to the crew. Oh, yes, practically all. Are they willing to turn out for crew? Assuredly so. Then the c ill comes. A large turnout appears. What they thought was ensy, merely pulling an oar throigh the water, they find is hard work reguiring the severest kind of self-denial, a combination of headwork and physical work, and In ths first stages sweating blood and panting air faster than they thought possible. What are tho consequences? Suddenly they find a rlnss that Interferes, parental objections, they didn't get a chance and other excuses In order to oover their white feather. "ilpeclalofs editorial version is thst ths system Is at fault, 'l.'niees a man huiws exceptional ability In a short lime, hs receives absolutely no n.eent.ve to re port, and In many cases is ridiculed and discouraged until tile time comes for him to be cut from the squad. An Il lustration of the way tlie system worked out is found In the fact that two men who rowed on the varsity last year acre discouraged from rowing in tholr fresh man year at all.' The coaching system points out a man's faults and corrects them. if this constitutes ridicule and discouragement surely the system should bo abandoned. "Coach Bice is a master m.nilder of physique and stamina. He builds up crews from material which would he rejected at another university. He in stils In them a spirit of light. Kvery varsity man awears by Mm. Kvery alumnus honors hint, His system pro duces these results. Shall we ;i1mi1isi It? No! I-t's take our hats off to the grand old man of tlie roaring: game." With three weeks left In which to build a winning crew Coach Rice ignoroo the discussion on the merits or dsmsfitl of hie system and chased the varsity up the Hudson for six mi lea The Junior lioat was otrl and rowed a eluwer pno' up the river. On the return the two crews raced for half a mile. The var sity with live men fro-n I.LSt year's un successful freshman eight rtiowed I tea If the faster comb. nation. llice believes It will give Yale a race on MoVstnoaf that will make the attack on his sys tem seem absurd JUGGINS RESIGNS CAPTAINCY. Leader of t ulnmbla Q) nmnstle ftjaad Leaves 4 ollege fur llulot. Oil Ilisgins, captain of the Columbia (ryumastic tam, roajgnod yooterday, Ulff iritis left college f go Into bUOlnOM with his father. liiN l will not b- aovorff & J, Clarke, whom HlffMlni dovelopod into un Indian club aWtnajeri has be come quite a atar. HiggUia waa manager of the team lost ear and rOVlVOd the Opurt, which tlie committee on athletica was oonaldor lng aboliehii.H, by holding an interuoho -aalic inoet and tho lntercileglate cham piouships at Columbia. Hoth drew w 1. and kept tho tinanviaJ Uwj of support ing the gymiuiistic tetun down to the min imum. . LAUREL RACING RESULTS. Fir i Race Two yoar-oldi; set Hag; puree $(00 , iie uiei a hall lurlongs MalTuu, I OS 1 iMoCaaey I . etralgni 1 1 - .-u, place if. SO huw 4 iv, ftreti L- uibei, 107 iltutVNelli, place iboM $ 1. seooau ; lot He, 111 lluynev 1. nhow In, third. Time, 1:11. Mayine W , llarl.i, IJ reelings, K tn 1 Knn. Dr. Hulll u.it , Nuii, 1 iiijiui 1 ant utid Vanity alec ran. Hecond Itsce Three -year-old and up ward 1 iung . iiuro foo; tik furlongo Drad. 10 tMli'k), Mraiglit IT.r0, plate 14,90. ahow is.. a. Bret; Mr inlggt, 101 ipooper)i pltuse l- 10, aaoa 11.10, cond ; Jim U, i)7 IT. lloTaggart), show tl.lt, third Time, 1:11 I-1. IJtrmuiitan. Kay deroeeroa, (Troas Hun. l.-,i Lrjtnter, natwai Woodfalr and Ji"i Baety aleo ran. Tiiiru Hace- Three 'year oiiis ant up ward, eel ling; pur If 00; tx furlongs- Falr Helen, 101 (Llle, Mtral;lu 1 1 U, place If, anew ll.lt, Bratj Uly urme, un iJ. m 1 . ). 1 1 1 1 place ff'IOj ihoa ft.lOi senml, Martin Caaca, 111 t Turner! ahow f I so. thir.i Time, 1:10. Ir Dougherty, wodaaj 1 Md Hob. rharaob, Tinkle Hell, Uarl, Pa k' W hit , Hfiu Muru uiei gtolott alio ran. Fourth Race Three ear i. Mo and up ward , telling; purse tfOO; lk furlong.- -IsittU London, 10u iMinki. airtight s 10, inace ft. nh.w It. ft, nrat; aaTon, ui' tfiartweu), placa t-. ehow il.tO. Mcondi over Bey, III (But well), ahon l, third. Time, lilt 1-8, Col, Aabmeade, Sen Levy, Knvy, Muzaittl, l.uura und M.an Uavanagh uif ran. Fifth Ha' e Three-year-olds; sell tug; pu r.i I&00, one mile und twenty yards - Yodelee, ui J IfcCaliey), otraiglit H ', place $S-aO. ahow ft.TO, itrat; Jaeae. Jr., ma iMopermoit), place 1410, ahow fs 10. a-,--end; Korua, 111 (Turner), oaow $ '-o, thir,t. Time, 1:47. Valaa. Boras, lviltry, A(4 uun and M.tbel PulweoOf also ran. Math Ha e Kioir-year-ohla and upward !i.'. purae on mile rind a six teenth- -liui t worth, !a i Mink traight IJ..10, place 3.3i', allow .fO, ttrat . M.ir ahon. 111 (T, MoTaggart i, pluee fs. jo, ahow It, '.0, second ; Ha ! f run, 1 (' 1 1 'oopr 1 ' ahow It-it. third, Time, ltfl ., Qnj Ki-her. I'iifT BdgO and t'jrlton li.. Klld.y uImj run, TO-DAY'S LAUREL ENTRIES. Firsl llanr S.llni,-; isii jfar old,; msirtriis. 11..' UIHI a M.L.I iui inn.. Walloon n-!ii(Miner Meumlr H of the Kileheil Hroonioom Sis 1. My Iionnie Jsckonsi LI Is IM Uobolink 10T!CfMtiinier 1' M iiilllHtOllB 101 Tati.ina IIS 'May M. (lee WTl'llary Bliokwood. 1071 sseond Bates- Pursi Ic.rijrs : two year olds; six fur Prohibition 117 Shrannel in. Sprint iMlloconi' lo. Indian Chanl IMlCol, Venule m Phiudlto KOILord Km kvale ion rVsnklln IMiAlfsdir j Third Usee Selllns; thren year nlds suit uu ward: oimi mils snd twenty yard: Rog-er Gordon Ill Ahlninis job Rellsnes '. f nt,,), ,,, '117 Seorisi lnii.Mnlhe Kiehard, . .' .' 107 Miss Walsrs ltTlVolUipa 101 Kourth Kser-AII ate,: the Canvuslutek Hamliisp: srllusi' tl.oon sdiled: sis furluini. nine Thistle itOIWalsrlsdy no Pullui llllFsamonss .'. Ill Montresor in'Ahars c Kllth Rsos -Sellitis; three year oh Is and ud ward; one mile snd twenty tirds- Itnhert Oliver IIII'MoaTo Park... n Mr Sniggs IrTlrlaanab Louis... Ill Aftersio lOT'llrna Alpha 107 IVrth Roek It H.unl.m, 101 Mary Warren KI7I Siilh Raee Helhn: IhrosjfssMldl snd up- ...... m-.T-in, vnr.lH. Alnalll uj Bravi CuDsrdsr, lid .Harry Lauder lOJl'Dtnih Do UM TOONlng N Kajls IL'Cojs Ilu Saliirnuo Ills lot P7 III 109 lo; lo: II,, 1..- Kearnioueh Anihroae .. liurwood ... Reinibhi an Lahore Apiirenlliv' Allow. 111., Wcathur cloudy; Irscf Claimed, heavy. NIGHT DRILLS AT ITHACA TO PRIME FOR HARVARD Cornell Coaches, Satisfied With Eleven's Offence, Begin Four Days Campaign to Bolster Defensive Work Crimson Will Have Nearly Normal Strength. Ithaca. N. Y , Oct. II. Satisfied that the Cornell eleven has a strong offencs for this time of the year but Is utterly lacking In defensive strength, the Cornell roaches this afternoon began a four days campaign for the Harvard game. Aa the team leaves here on Thursdsy eve ning and this afternoon's practice was rendered nominal because of the ab sence of so many varsity men. It Is probable that night signal drills will be resorted to. As the men reported for the black board talk thu aflcrnovn It was observed that the entire squad, with the exception of Bailey and Welles, promising tackbs, was In excellent condition. There wers no Injuries in the Bucko'il game and most of the regulars played only long enough to give them good exercise. The only varsity man who suffered from in juries In that game wfls Jnmlesnn, whose bruised arm Is reported to be Improving rapidly. While Dr. Sharpe said to-day that he was pleased with the showing made by the first and second teams against Huck nell, he said that the Bucknell team was so weak that Cornell did not have a fair test. The general conclusion is that Cornell will enter the Harvard game an unknown quantity. Coach Van Orman took his ends aside to-day for a heart t heart talk, and followed this with a drill. The ends fell below expectations on Saturday, and Shelton's failure to come up to form was the cause of no little concern. Eekley and Zander, the two men who ars striving for right end, have not yet corns up b expectations. In addition to the regular backfleld Dr. Sharpe has singled out Srlnlchter and Hoffman, halfbacks, and Iewis anil Kleimert, fullbacks, for par ticular attention. Hoth will go to Cam bridge. CAMBiiirwiii, Mass., Oct. 18. HarviiU s .Monday drill lasted until dark, the var sity and the substitutes lining up for a brisk scrimmage following the usual blackboard talk. Percy llaughton und hit Mtltftfrtl tlmUaril 011 alignment work, mmI whllS Um MrMmiMt 8n nott take on the MMd of a drive the drill ib,.u,uii.' honi iKa. im ft... noon follow. :ir a icame. There wan no pcorlnfC. ah tin teams were kept at work tn the middle of the field. ThTe WM twMnewhat of a turnout of OrlppMM this aft-riuin and It lookl as If Harvard would com' bark to very nearly normal streiiKth for the Cornell parne. Knwrtffht run about the Meld, al Though ho took no part In the serlnimaK. while Parson, hill year's varsity ta'klf. was hark although not tn his place In UlO first HtrlnK lino. Watson returned to play quarter, but WilCOl again was In ctutrso of the ttrol string back Hold QlblUtn was the only regular not on ! the Held. 11' was allowed a dav off Knii,-v nmierireil. Htntona- allvHttv hut i , r---- ; the coaches hope now that he will be able to play this week HorWOOH and i Mi-Klnlock also were out, but tho lat - ter was on crunches. Holes, Thacher and Coolldge followed the play from the side lines. Wit h t he except ton of Pn rson and possibly MokUnlOOk or llorween tn the back fleld Harvanl very Httolj will play against Comoll as li started agalnnt Vir ginia, if I lie varsity combination ,,'ti 1 get two dayi work the team as a WholO I will be far stronger than bOfOtOforo The Bcruba to-day were working OH I the 1 !ornell Ofonco and will pit this against the regulars to-morrow and WodnOOday. On the line to-day Is. Curtis: plaved in Soucy's place at lefi end,. while 1 'a rson was with the substitutes oppisfite 'aner Pbincvton, N. J., Ocl is Coaoh Rush, a firm Iwllsver In th- gos;1! of auik, liisloa,! of giving UM sqilftd day ofr u-day, aocordlng to oustom. onlri cl n s.ninninsH nml k. pt his niMi out on the flsld unci .lunk. Practically ths en11r Varsity SQUad was out ami very one got a ch&noa to get Into the finy. TlbbOtt, wlio has Iwsn out of the g-.une for s, vera! days, resumn-l his old p.a.-f .it halfback, digplgrsim Jaag Plddy, who hshl down one of the halfs .luntiit the Lafaystts gssns with rrnin she.. Wal nt the oMiar half. Irig;s at full and Capt. lill.-k ran ths team. The selection of the harks has been still further aonipliaa.t4 by the ajwinini'e of Bddy and LstW atsl there are now seven eandtdates for the three poglthMII - Tt bbott, Uliggs, Law, Shea, BMdy, Moore and Charles. The attempt at ,leeloping an ofTenee was .'ontitHied to-day ami will proKihly rstOsiVa Inoraaalng at lent inn in view of lbs hard game with Dartmouth on Sat urday. This nfterno.ni the varsity found the gslSIIMl taam'l dsf snos none tisi eis to jienetrate, but nianage.1 to force Its way through ths line for sulistanlial gains. Starting on the !n yard line the Ivall was put over on straight plays Kunililing, hoWSVsf, was much In evt .ietu'e. 1 Kanovbr, N II . ! IS All His I liartmout h fisittsill men r..Mrted In first class condition n.t jinictice this after noon e.,-. pt I hose men who WOPS on ths Injured Let Ire-fore the VSrroOrti game Tim OOaCtsfl paid ir.irtlculsr attention to the en-Is. wliich have been the weak ness of the team all seusou. rJtsMQggOlt, WtYo startetl the game at end on Sitturda-, was replH..d by Hagar. McDOflOUgrtl was In at imarterback for the first time in two weeks. He limped slightly, but was stroiiK. and It ap pears certain lie will stall la the Prince ton Kame. Carolun jt-olsibly will not get into the Princeton gntnc as he hss not PaOOVSrsd sufll,-Jently. llarrows also was In the pr.n tics for the flrst time In two wwks He rs plaosd Duhaniel at fullback Ths sntirt team lias been bmlly h.ke4i up bv in Juries, and S wilier, ths find etrlnc (liiarterhack. probably will be out of tlie lineup for two weeks. Nkw Havkn, Conn., not. 1. Another spell of hot weather which struck New Haven to-day forced the Y.,le football OOgOIIM to modifv slightly their plan 1 rr a ween or bard work In preparation fur the Washington and Jefferson game To-day there was a lung drill in funda mentals, Including some Individual work In tackling. This phase of Vale's nlav has Improved mud, during ths lust ten days. A brief slgnnl praetics, In which Capt. Aleck Wilson drove Ills team up und down tl held from ths quarterback position, inside up ths remainder of the duy's programme. Plodgelt took Allen's place at right snd Hnd Schmidt played Ut left tackle, lust, ail of C. Sheldon Hoth regulars were unable to come out owing to recitations. The lineup was: left end, Museley ; left tackle, Schmidt left guard, Von Holt; centre, Way ; right guard, J. Shel don; right tackle, dates : right end. Blodfatt ; quarUnbaok, Wilson ; left half buck, Neville; right halfback, Smith. lull k, Kcovll. IluldrldKe, who Iias been In the In firmary since the laihlgh game, reported to-duy. He was allowed only to run around the field to limber up. It Is expected that he will piny against Wash ington and .leffersun The fact that there were pructlcally uu changea In the lineup Is pioof of the satisfaction that Coach Hlnkey and his assistants feel over Saturday's showing. Philadelphia, Oct. II, Despite the poor showing of the Pennsylvania team in the game with the Navy on Saturday the coaches declure that the team they line up against Pittsburg on Saturday will hold tile Smoky City team much better than the midshipmen succeeded In doing. To this end they will plare Jean Bockafeller, who was the best defensive halfback on the team last year, at his nld position. Itockafeller reported for practice only last Monday, but because of the seriousness of tlie situation will be placed on the varsity at once. Boss and Williams, who have shown the best defensive playing of any of Mm backs, will be at halfback and fulftWk respectively. Practice this afternoon was di-voted entirely to cor recting the faults shown In the Navy game. Four of the varsity were unable to reisii t because of Injury or illness. Nell Matthew", wrei went into the Navy game with a sprained ankle, has a broken rib, Dr. Hancock believes, while (Julgley, Stack and Hell are suffering us a result of something they nte while on the trip. If the X-ray shows that Matthews's rib s broken Nelll will be moved from guard to tacKic and Liorltos will he put at guard. The coaches are thinking serl - ottsly of putting Hussell In Capt. Harris's place on Saturday. Annapolis, Md , Oct. 1" l.ieut W. A. I F-'r,t Uses Masd two-yer-oM. purss Rlanasdaun. a haul wosklns i,,.w nt th! Ii0i ruNsnge Alex tieti. Ill uiuvi, iucnarus.,11. u natu working hack of the straight Hl.il, placs 17 50. nhnw IS it, .Naval Academy team a lew years ago, 'first; Sansyming, 112 ii tisrneri. place leported at the academy to-day, com-1 I' show I:: ho, second ; Stephen It lot pleling the regular coaching staff Will- I ' E&lh h. -, ",'lri T,,WA ', V' i. 31 - - Z. ., . 1 I Spadlx, Trout Ply, Jennie Small, Captain lam Hollenbacli also was able to drop ,,., ynurrH, M.nfri mnl Zu.loda slso down to Annapolis for the afternoon. ' ran. Contrary to the custom for Mondays.' i 1 li... ...... ., o,.,, uu .-,.,,i,r.,a. 3K.ii, nit re was .-.,...... vu,ii.-.j vui iv ."3 cv II, an.t -'" - ..ST..!.. ..,!, .... ,i.oitl;,rs ..n.l sss4Mttraal hsladasalsdks . . ) f,,i rti t m-m - to be full of fight 111 n-gular back field wns changed roninl tJ from S.iiimhiv mnA tlu Hfrulm Marmontod by Hmrdwick and R U lx the coachinK st.iff. but honors w,,1Mhe n.Bi tt ttm; u ?n y 5H! ?T ,. T , . , , ' i 1 BlOdfOtt kKked tOWftM tlie end of the practtco. Colttmbla0 football si'iiad start rd on its laol week of practice yesterday on South Kbld tn whirlwind manner. The men ere kept on tin gridiron until darkneu made it Impoaaibto to fallow the ball. Head Coach Me trait said the practtco gune with New York Vniversity for this afternoon was not a certainty Followers of the Columbia tam are :. r i k ions to hp, what It can do airalnMt a. rt range foe, etpeclally one which haa Proved tO formldablO as Ne York Vni- versity. union defeated St. Uawrence I Hlrth RaooTtiroo-yegr-oldl and up by ;i score of B to 0. If Columbia can , 'rd aHllng. purs ICftO; lx furlong-- 1 mOd its own against its netirhhor hone - . I, t rz ! tor a virtory over the t anion collegians) ' on Saturday will inn-ease. 1 Tackling took un tlie greatest time yoatorday. ah the ooaehoa worked with imall g ruu pa. Paul V Ithlngton, Charley Hiinn. loih Harvard players In and Arthur Howe. Tale s All American attar. ., . 1. j ,i i i'.t, n, w r-i 111 u 1 1 1 111 .11 vl iM-ii with the varsity. Tne campus was huzz'ng with nc tlvity 1 a a result 01 a campaign to tn SaaT". Bl S Mtm SJ gfJ BM M BFSBS SjBBjV Bk. 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Hs was kicked on the Instep on Friday and the dye In a maroon stocking caused ir ritation and Infection. Vaughn ap peared yesterday wearing a slipper and bandages snd he used a cane. Capt. Dunn found the eleven In belter shape than before Saturday's victory over Connecticut Aggies. There was an hour's signal drill, during which a dosen large photographs were snapped at the I dtrottlon of the Maroon coach. He will use mem 10 illustrate n uoseu minis in the Maroon offence Yule did some good kicking from placement MANNING AND DOYLE WIN. Take Open Best nail Foarsomr at llelmont Uprlnsra. ' Hoston, Oct. 18 - Nelson Manning of Hrae Burn and Patrick IKiyle, the Myopia professional golfer, captured nrsi cushion exiiert was to receive part or Ine honor and prlxe to-day In the open best answer last nlglit In the play which trill ball foursomes tournament at BolmOnt I QOntjntM for four more nights The Springs. They played consistent golflerowl wss well pleased with what it for the two rounds of the course, having; saw. for the match sparkled during tne a 71 for their best ball this morning : ninety-two Innings. and a 74 this afternoon. 1 Although neither of the players Is ad- Thore were fifty starters and four rash i vere lo using the safety ns a defensive priies aggregating 1200. Doyle taking j measure, there were not a half done , the biggest pot, 100 There was a tie safeties. Slosson acquitted himself Well, for second monev, with two pai s l iving and although he la seven points bahltfl 148 each. Fourth money went to Ocorgeithe three cushion funs are B4M yet in Bowden of Tedeseo, who had It. S Lyons ' pOalttOfl to say "I told you so." for V of Albemarle as his partner. F. J. showed form that Is bound to make hint Wright of Scarboro and J. C. Blair of I dangerous In Hie remaining bloeks He Commonwealth finished seventh, with 1.5a ' oro's best run was and Slosson s 4 Vack Outpoint Matthews. All! VacU otit.Tvolnted .Towh Matthews ' in ten round bout tendon si the j Broadway Sporting Club. 1 ; LAXONIA RACING RESULTS, ""v"u second llareThree-yonr-oids snd up- war.i, jelling; nur-e s s o o . one mile aaa i vi,nty ,1, rds--Hrmmsedge. 107 (Van ju.n, eiraignt SJS.SV, piaes 111 (". nn I. 'I. "... WmrmmI .... I n MM . I POW 13. hU. HlHl' lOI, -J"-.'rnl. J S.-'ln. 10(t (Hum,, ahow lllft, thini Time, , 47 13 &MMPolor. Ooldy. Monloc, Blrkal Pslma. Margaret llurktey, Hau pert and ' white rovn aluo ran I ..Zriasiari! :FJ,J!?l?t-"tl I ( Lo Polite), ufrattrht t, 10, ploee $4 :o. I how ,3 in, first, Oentle Wonu, in (Mot calf, j. i h - show $7 30. gvecondi I Al Pierce. 112 Pool . Kh third. I Tin 111 . ln.u f....L.l tt,. . 1 .. I 1 I Troppoldi Tush Tuh Lynn, ingot Deliver I IM IHly VstnJf rgrlf t ho ran. Fourth Rooe Hamllcftp; ihref y?ar (lda I and upward j purs iTttj ! fur lonoe I ; Ororer Hugh. 104 (Henry). MroTffM 1 I flflti plare t SO. OnOW 10. rlrt VofOe. : 111 Andre. nlHce S3 .0, ihttW I: .0. nrv- iondi PrLnai- Hirmia. 1H f . ahon I? tnird Time. 1:14 1 Brlnffhurati Qrumpy ani Lou Bin also ran oUlnai Durss irtoo: an rnti. ud i al. tenth Boaaaaa. 1". raottl, straight K.SO. ti.nr S3 In vhtin- f .' ' lint Vu-hr 1 : lrt5 1 1, a Pallle). plare tt 40. shOW II. lb. RS? Jfi Mtfi if 2 tHm. hO $4 30. i i favorn alao ran Transit. Hon ,ii h , 'V ' " '.M.:r":r; 1 " r-1"1 Ji pjewfj 99 iu, mow nrac nocnir, ios Martln, j. - r If, hnw 12 to, stoond; Vn lo Jimml, 107 nH:i.-n Ohow 13 o. 1 tnirii. Time, llll 1-;. Conning Tower Tan Iluy Kdlth tad -Hanto also 1 iereatli RareFor three ar-OraS ann I upward. ie,i:ng. oue mile ami aeven I iMraW. J 07 . ' 'vansngh straight 1 ! pessWt jwaes i snow t 10 nrat. Mala BR ? I H earv). ria''e a 1 s r. 0. show 1: so. aectmo ; Acfe. 1 os 1 Hurbr . snow M ?o, third Time, 1:47 4-o. Counfrpar, Ale ton. Fidget, Flit aw ay and B.tnk BUI alo ran Camels are told everywhere in scientifically sealed packages 20 for 10c; or 10 packages 200 cigarettes) in a glassine' covered carton for $1.00. We strongly recommend this carton tor the home or office supply or when you travel. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wuuton-Salem, N. C DEORO LEADS 50-48 IN FIRST NIGHT'S PLAY BlOMOAi Ilowpvpr, shows Good Form in Throe Cushion Match nt Doyle-. Alfredo De Oro. the Cuban cue ruper' ami former three cushion champion. !- j f(,Htf, deorge Slosson. the veteran balk- line star, Inst night In the first niock u' their 250 point three cushion mat oil at Doyle's Forty-second street hil' iM room, 30 to 4J The contest attracted a larger crowd than ever watched a inatcn with a tltie at stake In Dvjflda rrs.ni The reason for the gathering was Ihl fad that the much discussed qutstlon as , whether or not a twlkliue p n, could coniierte successfully with a tare,. SELL HIGH CLASS HACKNEYS 1 J. S. braver Illsposes of Hllllnatoii Mmhle, Nallrr and Baronet. Vi'HiTt: Plains. N V. Oct ln.i' net. Satire and Rllllngton Nimble, th ee high class harness borsen, were sold tn day by J, Sumner Draper of Bosto I Valentine Crane of Chicago tW a pr!c, said to have beep tir,,000. Crime bougi the horses to exhibit nt the National Horse Show. Draper sent these horses to K'igland after last year's horse show and said that he would never exhibit bis hackneys In this country again. he was not sBtl-fled With the Judging Id I thai ahnn- -I. SnOW. Tin horaoi Wtrc bi ought back from Rngland last spring and have been If charge haro of .1. M Smith ..f Boator fVOr since. On tholr return from the other side Praper issuetl a haller.gr t hOW them In a match against any tine? barnon horaoi In the rmted .states to1 i.uOo a side. Their new owner OMOred thom to-day for the Msduon Squ,t: Qardon show. Jni'kMMivfUt Marksmen 1 Ini Jackhovvillk, Va., Oct. JS Urn than om-half of the 1.000 nun tntored tn the national indlvlduaJ matb oOf ' nlile to complete the fintt yard Mage t day and it will te nntuhod to-morrow Corporal Claude II. Clyde of tho Marina , CorpO and Sergeant James A. Me., ft of tin Massachusetts team are tied f first honors, with scores on the foil raJIffOt of 244 These poaltloni may he changed when the other riflemen hs. a had an opportunity at 6ft0 yards I I n ert Winn 4 ooper l ip, Kdgar LslTOrty won the Cooper cup the New York Newspaper Oolf Club' i most Importunt tropin, vesterday bv o-.ung nmrrj . voriiru uy a up ana 7 ( 1 play in the thirt-six hole flnu round. At the end of the morn'M round l,averty was only 1 up. but made the match a runaway affair in the aft" noon The match was played nn the public links In Van Cortlandt I'ark.