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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915.
George Brickley of T Hnity Eleven Protested by N. Y. U. Murray of California to Play His Tennis Here H. Y. U. WRITES TO ROBERT LINDLEY MURRAY, TENNIS S TAR YALE MEN BEWAIL COLUMBIA TELLS WHY IT tt Amnnm nniflwi n C I AM All F? n ATI t I m s r ri r m r , w w r r nir ama mbm I r i 4 r a r y-v y m r-s nr i r r at r r OPEN MEETING TO CONSIDER APPEAL Board of ManAjrcrs to II, null,. Kiviat-Smith Case No Mnn Action by Com mi If or. PROTEST BRICKLEY FflOAf CALIFORNIA, MOVES TO NEW YORK LOSS OF ATHLETES HASN0 GAME WITH N. Y. U. Left IrtmdPd Wondpr to Join West Sidn Clnb and Pity on Its Court. RuprjrrHfs Trinity DirMlIfy Frnfrssiniial for (.mil" ElMtlOII Hay. Blames Bucknell, Which Refused to Cancel Its Date With Violet Eleven Teams Arranging Series With Fordham and Stevens Next Year. Disqualification of Fivp Stars Still Is Fruitful Topic of THucn union. 10 4 I OMITS IKFTMTK THKK ATS i EMPLOYED FN BAYONNE PWIvirlns; ths pnll'V nrlnntiMl ty Will lams las writ. t!ii New York Tnlver Ity Athlrtlc OBMMll MMMMMi yestsr ilay aftrriuxin Unit n s ml-fcrmnl pro tsatf ins hpoji iriit U) llis Trinity Col- i ftu'tiity oofnmUtM on sYthsKm mifBoptlnir llie rllsiiualinVntlnn of Ueorsja Brloltrry, b layrr M THlUty"! NW Tho oonraimiloatloii h prttoot rails attention to tru, loiiir rxistinic ruatom of holdliiK nil minimi fOOtbaJl Kama be MWMI tho two Institutions on elrs'tlon flar. Ak tlio next (..tnie on 1h- siheclnla in with Trinity, nvw vork, nltbouah not thrsatMiiiiK any rlrflnlta action for the violation of Ih Intrn ollri-iiitr rut which fnrl'lils thl i1m iiiK of man who has received any remuneration for hie athletic abllltli'K makes mention of the fart that the faculty at the Height liaa enfoteeil thin rule Strictly at ell time and often lias debarred men from rnmrsntlns. In col lew rt beianse they were InollglblO ;u a rrsult of title regu lation. At the same time New York l.'niver- afty rlaurly Intimates that It la not only Iras plnylntr of Brtekley on Tuesday to which then' Is'an objection, hut also1 Trinity failure to comply with Iho rulM laid down for tlm reaulatlon of amati ur athletic teams. The note also showed the unequal basis! upon which the inme would ! ptayod If yruff lotla.ll were al lowed on one tram and not the other. It further requests that If any men on th team are ineligible according to the reeruiattoiiH of the Intcrcolle-rlate Ath letic AeeiM'latlon they be removed before NMwnbtr - The signatures affixed to the protest erere T. K. JOfteO, chairman of the fao tttt committee on student orsanixations, .antl Martin While, Hrat trie PfOOldOnl ft the athfitic nesoclatlon. COLUMBIA CREW IMPROVES. Kllnrrr or I Hunch a e V hkIIt la i. "Inn Too last. After a layoff of three d.is. tlue to the I .:horpy condition Of the HUdOOAi the Co lumbia v.iixity crews ronintod practice yeaterdnv in piopuatton for the Yale, race oti .NovcmlaT 13. COOCtl Kice tKMited two crews and sent .them l the river lor nve milt. It WM the brut exhibi tion of rowing the varsity has etiown I since it took to tle river three weeks mro Hill Mvers. the engineer of the eoachlnt; launch It 00, said the flrat crew la ffetUtie. so fast that he will have to Uave a speedier enejlni installed. The .lumhia Rowlnej t'lub eeint an anawer to the propOMJ of Yale thai both OOHoejW row two crows In the rare on New Maeu harbor, It was decided that in tflOW of tin trouble COaoJl Uice has bad in ojettlnej a junior boat to work t.wx days runnUll with the same per sonnel It would 1 la-tter to row one orww aajalnst the other. Columbia doee not favor Yale entering two crews to her one. although Vale can do tt If she wante to. The rnnka of the Eaatern tennis players will receive considerable strength ening this year 'by the addition of Robert Llndley Murray, the ynunc Oallfomla loft bander who made such a wonderful record In the East In 1914. Murray, who was graduated from the school of chemical engineering In Leland Sanford I'nlverelty Jut before his memorable invasion of the Hast, has left hie home In I'alo Alto and Is now a chemist In the 1'aclBc Coast Borax Company works In Bayonne, N. J. The youngster will do his tennis playing an a member of the 'West Side Tennis Club at Korest Hills, I.. I , although It Is more than likely he will not Join that organization until the spring. The great little left hander has been in the Kast for the last couple of weeks but has been kept so busy In his new duties that he has had no it foi tennis. As a matter of fact only a few close followers of lawn tenuis knew that the Palo Alto boy had made his home in the Kast Murray made such a brilliant allowing en his trip here in 1914 that he. was ranked fourth In the national list, trailing only McLoushlln, Williams and Behr. Hie position on the list waa two notches above William M. Johnston, who car ried back tho national championship this year. The championship cups that were inscribed with Murray's name on his successful trip were those repsesent Ing the New England and Metropolitan titles. Besides these tournaments (Murray WDti the Sleepy Hollow Country Club Invitation singles. In which he defeated K..il H. Behr handily In the seml-nnal round the Meadow Club Invitation singles at Southampton, I Ll the l)ela- WW . ll.- : - - ... -..,.,. . i PRINCETON ALSO TALKS IHiRKRT MNDf.KY Ml RIMY. ware Ut ile i lamplonahlp s1ng... In which lie hei the challenge round to Qeoiie m Church and was rannerup to McLoughlln for the New York Krate ohamptonHhip. He also competed In the national championship at Newport, where he was defeated by Karl Bohr after Mve hard i sets on a terribly hot day. and In the Seabnght Lawn renins and Cricket i (Tub invitation singles, where he col lapsed because of the heat In a match i ! with Williams in the round In-fore the ' ; seml-nnal with the score tied at S 4. ' 4 tt, & all. lie also was nmnerup to McLoughlln In the LongWOOd ClHb in vitation elnglos. His record therefore shows only six ' defeats, two by Mcl.ougtiltn, ranked number one . a technical defeat by Will4 I lams, ranked second ; an isy victory Over Behr and a lose decision lost to the same man, who was ranked third. Tho only men ranked belli nd him who succeeded In checking Ids rush were Johnston, tho present champion, and ileorge M. I'hurch, who lat year de feated the champion, Williams, for the Intercollegiate title, t'hurch heat Mur ray on turf early 1n July before the young California!! had a chance to get acquaint' d with the peculiarities of play on the grass. Murray had little time to do any playing 1r. California during the 191.". season, but bn Is In good shape and should prove a hard man to beat next summer. It Is more than likely that he will have a national title annexed be fore the limner conies around, for if he can make arrangements he will go after tin- IndOOr CrOWn at the Seventh Begi- ment Armory in the tournament which begin.- February ID. LACK OF MANAGERS HAMPERS COLUMBIA TO ROX FOR SIJLLTVAJJ FUND. MOTOR BOAT MEN TO MEET. Kntrlea for rrnrrat A. ' Half of ' Several Tennis Arc Getting Alomr as Best They Can olf Is Dropped. LAUREL RACING RESULTS. LAtTRKL. Md . Oct - Tli following r Hi; reMittf "f to4ayi rc i Flrnt Jt.n -For mal ign t vn- mir-olils . Mllltic; purnc I'on, Rv (urlonm May McOee. (Rlc, trattTtl1 HO. pUe 14. Tt, ihOW 4. CO, wuni San-l Light, 109 Bil'n i:i, plftCg t 0. h'iw $.', 40 necnri'l; Mrv Bluckwood, 1 0 4 (Hayetn, sintw f 5 4. Wrd Tim, 1"! I ' Lctfettl. K!iiri'r. Friar NttUffhl M uw iphon . Taitanu. BllC of thf Kitchen. Jerry, Jr. S ml I at, Danotfifl Moon tone and itot-niink o ran. efecon.i Race Fnr t ere -jraar Hilda : pur ISO1 . ix furlonga Jeorga Hmih, 121 Byrne- itralghl $: T", plire $: ;.o. ehnw tt l", wti. Ann t. 10; ( BuxtOB , piare J I I ahn l.'j't necond; '"'l Vennlf. 1 09 Turner' fh v. fa 1". ihlrM Time. 1.12 4-0. Broonifctr U . Jafquetta -i tfi rernrock alo ran Third Rnr Handicap ; a'l ag'i ; $400 adde'l . ene mile and a Jlxtfnth Short )ntes. 1:0 iHn'vlli straight 13 40, plae 42 40. ihow 1. won Water Hasa. 117 Rlc". place 130, show IS 40, nemnd; Dtatant simrt. 67 (Waracher), show ft so. Third. Tlnif t I" Koureddlni Wnoilen Shoes a ti i ,' Bkn nv ulau ran Fniinh Haci -The (Itrneiown Hlgh weifriu Hand 1 1 ip; I n ell eyce; i.oo0 added 1 aiu furlongs llr i" it n- 1 1 0 (8myth)i etralgli' I71M0 p 1 40, ehosv $11 50. won Htfh Noon, 1 a J (Turner), place is so, ehow l.t9, eecond; Ha neon I .'.( (Loftua), Hho- ti.ho imm Tim.-. 1:11 lt,ik.., AhHrei. 8tarl Ing i.ii Barbary, Tea Caddy, Kieeeaa, lle r Pryne, Tin- and iflupertnteiidf'ni ; 10 : m. HJarmen entry, taddf'l ptitr:. r. Fifth it.i" . T)ireeyear-oldi wiling; pure oo. .me mile and twenty vardi S'orue, 110 (Turner), r.ught s place $4.70. ahnw $3 In. w .n , 1M rrot 1 M ink . piac $5.ro. linvv n bo, eooond ; "n pt. Parr, luo (Mlleyi nhow 11. third Time, ijil l-.v rt. -i Piper, lnd plrltuelle, Mabel Duerebar, Hurgeon, Lignte "njt Star Bird, Bamboo idonue. Deviltry, Primary etnd HoBHilt Orme alio ran 9x th Hat e Thrae 1 rtr r nml upD ard . oelUnCi pursrt $ 0u . one mtl and a ls teatitn Volant, 16)1 ia -n- itratffbt f t4,l4)( pleoe llb.f-o. ghon 4.$fl won; Itoneheage, ot (MtfDermoto, plaee $ ,how 4UI fcond; Ambraati Ids 1 Mink how $4 hlrd Tlim. 1:44 n ynlnre ltrn 1 i'unardr, Iledg. 7es Ir, Bugg Around. Hrlan Horu and DciTri etopaa ao ran LAT0NIA RACING RESULTS. 1' S JIarier. tt, manager of the Columbia fencing team, wae appointed M-etenlay by the manage elections commute,, to All a etmtlar position on the tennirt team because of the rexlg. nation of K. W. MoCracketl. Several ussisiani manage falleil 10 return to college tail fall with the reiult that Some of the minor teaine are without echedule make. No one haa been appointed n yet to rill the vacancy of crew tiunaKir Will iam V. Walker wae elated for the honor, nut beeairae of Ml failure to keep up to the eeholamhlp etandard the faculty tapandad him from participating In ex-tra-urricular activities. Aeeietant Manager Scofleld cannot be elected man ager until next year so the poeltlon will go unfilled, a state of affaire which existed latrt year when Manager P. K. Cobden left college. It wan decided to drop golf from the list of sports became of lack of inter est in the game. Mnwr.gcr Craxen was transferred to the hockey team. Oivlnc to the abort age of supply of eligible men no assistant ha been appointed to Man ager B. V. Constant of the gymnastic tenm. I.A.TOWla, Ky.. Oot. . Th following ern tii ryeulte .f u6m.r'u re-. letrvt Hare -MtMei two-year eJda een. tag, puree oo: fnr',ong M:ke Mul Un, 108 (Hohlnaoni, etratght 431 no. plar. n? Be, ahnne flr.-rt: Buay Joe, lij:, Klan ?), p' fio. shw 45 io, Moond; '. "lr. Its? Metoalf ) , shmv 4', 0, third Ttme, i 1 4. faeltatlAn, itunnlni Queen Queen of the Mint. lin k West. Circulate Jsmes Oakley and Bayenarra Also TWII Hmri Haer- Three ear nMa and up ward; selling, purse 4,-en; six furlong, lluntreas, 107 (M. Cluroneri, slralalc 4i 7n place 44 so. aiimv ? ' tirst: Carrie Orm 17 (jeteartibi pUce u y, show $!.,(. . eoo; Mias ieriAre. 1 is- (,ientii, anew 4, W, third. Time, 1:1! 4-1 I'haemeuae Hoonlr, ,xnnsui;ht. ITnela Hat t. Matei Tale Bearer, Itoadrnaetsf aaa itnUel also ran Thtrrl Race--Twn var nlds: purse 4-;nn dee ssi a half furlongs satnis of pieae .ire. I o r nuoina..ni, straight 4! in, phi,. 44.4, 4BOw 43,.r0, firm. Rig rellnw, 1 1 : vaa T)ueT,. piaxe (4. anow 4.t 10 e 'nd: Alex OaHS, Ul (flOjrb elo.vs 41 hlrd. Time. i:07 1-4. Htiiv Cumertavn laiehla, Tndtistn. Muriel s Pet. Paulaon, Walch, . - . inltig. Oiuntesa Wllinnt and Jerry nine ran, r'ourth lia.ja Mandh.111. thrae-year-elil and upward; purse 4D0; six furlongs -Othello, IO Mfott), stralglit 41 1,0. i.la... r. 4. ah. -a 44, flrei, K.i C'riunn, rja ft ,irner, pla-e 4t sh.ea 13 ."a, socon.l, ' "untliiftliaflii. JOn t Itul.lt, son 1 show tl.oO lilrtt Time. I 12 I. use, Srlaghuret und Uncle Jnnmle ft!so run I'lfih Ituce Tlir.-.. yeat rdda and tin a ard : purse 40o; one tulh- 4mafioBi 108 ill Garner), niwlgfci 47, place 11.70. iho IL' 40. flrat; i.1uiste, 105 (Clentry), place ti 10 show s ew aroond; UeAdoo, 10 !.. Palllei, ghow 11.10, third Time, 1 Harry I., Money Maker .nil. Hltyer Hi;: and flrumpy ale., ran. sixth Ilac 'rhree-yenrolda and up t a 1 t jasllliig; ptlSM 4'."0 ; one mile and (hiea-atxteidilhs Dude, 0l llui PidjTel, asra.1ght 111 lix pla4-e 186. ahnw 21 80 flnat, TrHiisp.ii't. 101 f Kreblneori I. plaee 110 70, eh'rw .S, eri'nnd, Aprlsa 101 tal Oarnw). show ll.H, third Time. 14 l l MUui i). ild. Juries ,ioehal, II inuda, OeMy, tit. rejtarlotie, "Iga Htar. Jexi nle Oeddeea, iuci Poet nd Alston also ran. eleventh Rare One and thrae alitaentha gtlleel for (bras yaar olds anil upward; aalHBgl purta 04 Hbyaeee. 'i ' Morris I. etiaight lio.io. plara tio. show 1,80. ril'L B"7'"'anig in, (Rablnoen), place ,12 " J1" OOBdi lleno. 04 (awaaenai. .i.ott , In hlrd Time, 1 :.',8 4 C. '"'"i' 1 ''' fly Hoin... teatnode. attain .,' '"-"Se. MoWiory. Joe Lealle Hobs Faet Half Mile. Running from scratch Sid Leslie or the tlfth company won the S40 yard tun which featured the first monthly games nf the Thirteenth Regiment last night In the Brooklyn armory His brother W.tl ter who had 36 yards handicap, was 10 yards behind when he reached the tape in 1 minute Bit eeconds. The fifth com ..., 17 Dolnts on the season team prila ami the tint company .is next with 10. Mone Heale Sraalon. no to IO, The fifth game In New York city of the Interstate Three Cushion Billiard League was played last night at ThUm . John Si-anlon, representing Cleveland, played Joseph Htone. who represents New Yolk, and Stone won 50 to I" The score: Htone. 50; high run. 5; innings. 75 Scanlon, 40 : high run, 3 Innings, . 4 Klitynlnlfe ele Work. The new atthlatlc oomrrdltee selected t hv OoL Cxmley to manage the traca aim tleld aporta In tha Wrty-nlnth nr)nient tssan work on Monday, and with MeJ Hhejppard In ciharg of the tnax team an eventful eeaaon la expected. Sliep najrd expeole to obtatn recruita from the maxTubere of the Irlah County Socletlea. In whtoh he hollet-eo are many unde velrpd athlotea of merit. TO-DAY'S LAUREL ENTRIES Tonrnev iimhiiik nl. The) ooinfnHtaa in i-hurn of the Suiu- an iiK'ii m ir U-x.n-r tou i lutiiu'ht an- rioiuioai) yeaterday i lie rramaa of tha ;iin.t!i uts who vrtll box in th olaaan to Ih- held al t : CrtWJenl A 4'. on l-'nday n'mlit. in t!i. .-a uii nl'lit fuiir other l.iMcMjs Ih- pal i. n at the .New Yvrk A. C, Th Ixixern who quajlfy at tho t'u,.4.,iit A i" 01, Prktajf will RpiK-ar in th finaU at the New Vork A. - on SHt'jrJa night and those who qualify Hit tho N'W Yurlts will k-i on at the t'tee--4i-nt ftr the nnul on S.tuila. Thon ranlt'd for tho Cr!Ti! .. . follow: Mi I'nui 't i:m. i Johnston PHtabafa;; William r. CMevoland; Tonv Vatlan, Ii.4nt4.il. Matte Herbori and Charlie Pinker ton. Union Vettletnent a r . Morris, Ki't i-ni- Uouie ' m lehor, Kdacatleiial lUanae; .1 Shields, Mnriiins-ui a. ' . J. Co rail I aa, 9t. jiMph Ltyueuiu. a Qraaeo. j Kleedemo and a Cbadwlck 13;. Pound Claes -Mike Sullivan, Houton. v PokornC Clveland; u 11. ftleaaon, Hamilton Lyceum; v Beroth, rnmn Set tlement ; t j. .hirkiay, norcester; T 1. fi dpli ton. Pnt rrf'n . J. Mullshi St M I ch4?iaj toeutn; l. Pranien, Nwrk, . Kit-in. Union Settlomenl C.i V Ryan, Mornmselde a c j .1 Arbour, W, Mc Ii4ii and .t Pylnn. r.una t Qaddl, St narthoin men a c r, Povonka, rievoland A , A Kaufman. Trlnlt) CI 1 1 . IahiIh Pes . Hamilton lyeeum ; J Tu'iv. saw VTeet Si i a , Thomae (Tbarlee und a Nelson DRAG HUNTING RESUMED. Long lelnnd Healalenta to I'nllnn lloiimla Nearly Faery Kay. Hfmpsti ap, I. I , 1 ict. 2 -I'rag hunt-in-: h.s heeti llarlllllart oat la-nie. Inland, and three tltnes a week, on days when there Is to fox himtltiK. the js.ok of Bng llsh (oshounda w-tii be us.i t.. Follow the drag whS-h will be !n:.l over some of the lent bunting country on lsmar leland The fox hunting sti!! cnntlntice to lie the m"st poimlar aport with those who atay 41 their country pines nil winter. Inter. '.it In polo Drag renewed to-day When .1 e-wd of Inn men started t" woiK on the new field whi. h tin- Meadow Ilrraik Club is to DUUd west of the later. naUonal Raid it gag laarnnd iimt the property was purchaaed by ciuvlaa OoDhran, who is now in Biivopa, and turned over to the Mindow Brook Hunt tlub. Th.- Held will iie laJd out parallel with the InternMlonal field. The top soil Wae taken off to-duy and the .vork ot imtklllK" 1r one of the "newt ticlds. in thla country wlU b otMttpleted by snowfall. when It will Ve covered with etruw, and planted. By sprint it le hoped that work can he dnni on the turf and It made to pool so as to be played on by iat. sum mer 1' will he called the COOftrafl 11 aid. Innaal I onelave al Waldorf to! Mettle Mans I'rolilema. Tiie annual mHt:tiB of the American I'ower Boat Vesooiatlon will he held at the Waldorf-Astoria to-day . The dele-j tnit.-a will meet at -' :3' o'clock this af-1 tamoon and the eeeeton will lagg through I the a-f ternoon and evetiing. with a abort J internnewloti for dinner Among the ,Uertions to be discueaed I Which hay, been aiigg-ceted b) the coun cil aie : The r.-per; ef the cemtnlttee t-, prepare a plan f"r bruadeiimf the Mope md in- ! Rttenee of the ass.. flatten. Plani t" In era aaa th. rnembershlp and In. Dim of the .... . . ,t t'in. shaii thr goetponenieai of the Qald 'ur on.- mile . hampionshlp gad ether Impor j taut races i.h al.owe.t In future, and under ! aha, elrcaaietaacee? M.nll the meuih.-t -hip nf tl,- eouacll t.ft i lacraaeed by Including tin- members f ' the racing commission, with vote, ami h ; the addition of the meiuts-rs of an i I- isory ttrnnlcal aemmrtiee. to t.e composed of an igptri timer, th.- president of th Assoclatl-ui of Itoat and KtiKt-ie M.inttf... turers and a deslcner, aho shall also t.e I ri-aular nn nihers of the council, eith vote? I Hew can .merest in mm r mattera net lolnlng In mo-or hoatlnn oslda from ra. - Ina t.e stimulated? thengei In ra Ing ru !f any There are 111 c.i ibs In Hie MJgO . Uon ami e4idi club le allowed lo 1 os one repreaonfatlvs for each 1 on mam- bent. H T. Kierner is prealdent and Aiiert i.. Jiidem .s aoc rotary, iieie- ir:,tes are comma from all parts -! ;he oountry. Nnw Havrn, Oct. !. In reply to the criticism levelled at the Yale DOttf .Vetrs for refusing to print comtntitilciitlons from the undergraduates on the eligi bility mayor, the Kne iiimouiiced to day Hint they now were proyldcd with shotguns and ready to defend them etdvee. Thereupon they pointed out that tha Invading army, composed of thoee armed with disregarded communications, coneleted up to thin morning of Just two men, eo that they felt fairly optimistic s to the outcome. After quoting the open letter that was posted on the Yulo campus on Sunday and then torn down. In which tho rVetr waa taken to task for Its f.ulure to print communication! on the eligibility matter from the undet graduate and calling on tha undergraduates to Wits tiees that In this) way the paper was violating n Yale unwritten law, 1 no .Vrtr rephed : "To the section of tho student body who have IhUg Warned us. many thanks. Ye Bdg uo now provided with shot guns, and, though we still need u little practice in trench warfare, we feel on the Whole fairly optimistic, so optimistic. In fact, that we notice with regret that the 'Open Letter' Is unsigned. Since our hands are thus tied, we are Kmng to take the privilege of addressing these unknown gentlcnnm In thin column. "In tho first place, we have received JuM four rotnmunlcatioiis to date 're lating to the eligibility episode.' One of theso npissars this morning, find a aecond wae suppressed at the written request of the original writer. We have d. tii.-d, therefor,-, 'means of expression' to Just two men. As to our having 'vio. l'.ited a Yale unwritten law,' we have acted on the contrary in a, rdajiog with a written law, a law which we took pain.- to make dear last year. We quote below the editorial In which wu ex plain. si our attitude In regard to com- munloatlone i "'We lnite communication and nat urally we tl.. not assume resioiisibilit) for the sentiments Which they exprcse, but we also reserve the right of ceifsnr Rhlp, This grg bellevg nnriaiagijt for two reasons. The .Yr ics is a public nawapaper, its circulation is not limited to members of the unlaw rally, and nc rordlngly these problemi and affairs, wiii.ii concern Yale only and winch are subject to mielntorp relation and misun derstandings on tho part of Individuals ami newspapers who know nothing about them are hotter left out of our col umn. Then then is another type of letter, uaually written thouffhtlesely and regretted latfr, which merely gtlra the college up and doee more harm than good With th.--,- two eg captions we will gladly ptinl tin- cnmmutiic! Ions which are - tit In.' " The conwniint, atixMl which appean till.- luonilju; in the .Vena and i- srirnel by three alUmnl calls for the exercise of some common sense In this cllgihilltv matter atul asks that If. as the official statement of the matter by the Tale Athletic Assoelntlon states, the Violation of rules wae dug to "the cafateaafteagg The fact that Columbia and New York University will not meet In a regularly scheduled football game this year Is blamed on Ituckncll College, According to the Columbia verelon, which became public yesterday. Hue knell, say the Columbia authorities, stoutly refused to cancel Its game with New York Uni versity this fall when New York Uni versity and Columbia both asked for It ho that they could play a game as an outgrowth of the resumption of foot ball at Columbia after ten years in exile. It was said that New York Univer sity was willing to cate-d the game and help Columbia perform the titanic task of building a echedulo after most of tho colleges already bad announced their cards for the year, but Ituckncll held on to Iho contract and refused to MWtd a helping hand to the badly handi capped ,'olumbla team. It Is said that three colleges, the name of which were not annOUnOgd, were w illing to take New York University's pln-e on tho Bucknell schedule, but all were turned tlown. In order to prevent a elmilar occurrence next year, plans aro now under way to arrange a series of framem among Co lumbia. New' York University, Fordham and Me Vang, The New York University game Is nlready contracted for. although no Official announcement to the effect has been made as yet. The practice echelon between Columbia and New York University will ! plnye.1 of Its offloers and oommltteeay tfhat tho officers and ,otnmltteea confseaae,lly guilty should have been rsu'rlflced and not the players; that It was up to therm to withdraw and let the players remain. The communication was as follows: "iVivt able Yale athletes of otherwise Unblemished reinrtatlon have been led to withdraw from competition In Ititer OoUogsate athletics on account of brief And Inadvertent violation of n rule of doubtful value This violation was due, according to tho chairman and treas urer of tho Y'ule University Athletic As sociation, to the 'carelessness of Its of fice tw and committees.' "It seotno to us that thla punishment, while It may lit the crime, has missed the criminal The action taken sug gests an almost hysterica! and perhaps even vaimclnrious martyrdom, with mis choice of martyrs. The officers and OommltteeS confessedly guilty should have Withdrawn' If any one had to be Sacrificed and not the athletes unless, after full OOrafeaeksn of the morally jrullt- less braaofi of m: gome coiiteat&A! hav ing n right to obJOOt (If there are nny su. in had objected something which s-erne very ampfOtsable. The matntenanoa of high standards of armvtaur athletics does not nooaagarlty require the abandonment of common sense Tttagl ammxi. I'yr.MlNOTON. Oonn . 1 '.-toher II, lf)H." Thursday at Ohio Kiebl. Both Coaoh Mctitalf and Coach Itellly are anxious to sec how much their teams hates im proved or declined since their liust meal ing The Columbia coaches be 1 1 ewe that I lie New York University lost to Haver lord Sal unlay lasausc of overwork, and feel tlsu In bringing tho Violet team tlown to Mouth Field they helped bring on tills condition, especially since Kordham played Hetlly's clan the next day. Hulwinkin mid Kornsund. two men who have been on the hospital list for weeks, appeared III uniform yesterday. lJulwinkol was the Columbia varsity centre until he fractures! Ids shoulder. Cat. Knuirts .SliiMmds treld out his liijuicd leg, and It trcetned as good as ever. The , .... ilrllled tho nuui mostly in lax-kllng. The hacks took the ball and had to run t. t five tacklcm lliusl up one aehiikl the other In ordeir lo speed up fdsefr dislging tucXlcs. An hour was dovirtcd to covering punts. Since Theodore Witlilngton, Harvard 191, 'i, has been wnrklng on the lino It lias la-en IniprovtiiK every day. Witlilngton has been teaching tho 1 la ughton tricks in tho Columns ay, Mad. He was urged to vol unteer his eorvloew by Charley Hann. another former Harvard Hnetnan, wan ,s a law Mtu. lent at Columbia. It was stibl that as soon as he Is through with Ids campaign spas oh eg HaatnMt4B Fisth, tho star of all Harvard tackleav will coins dOWII from I'utntun county AJid tadp whip iho Columbia team Into shafie lr the Trinity rtnd Wesleyan gatissa of Wednesday morning, sehlch print below. Here is 'he categorical editorial from Hie JaJe Neva, entitled "Abstdut'ly I'n- foun.le,t" : "tit the gossip of the campus. In the prs-a f yoeter.lav. It wae rumored that Princeton seas responsible for the investi gation of the eligibility .f Mllhurn. Kaaton, le-eore. Pumpe..' and Hhett. that Prince ll brought the faOXS to the attention of th V I'nlverelty AUlletl. ASM, latlon. and even that the net ion of these live men in withdrawing from the ajUrerelti teama wae .I.e. to pressure brought o, bear hv Prlncston Tlm rumor Is absolutely un founded Wo p..k. with authority, for An. I see ,ir glad to be able to print this niornlDg th ofMal statement from Princeton made b Lsean M th ,n thai 1 ale t.s-.g action on her own Inltkaalve and without any suggestion from ua. a a s Prlneeton has mad" no protest of any eort 1 "The dleoovery that the men had broken the eligibility rule aaa made by a, ale man. The facta of the ease whl'fi were given out v eater. lay a ere brought before th Tele authorities hy the men tatemeolvos under no preesuie from Princeton or any one else. To credit this rumor is to deny the facts It l. moreover, unjust to Princeton ind to Vn.ie. and. most impor tant of a.l. i- -,,hs the Ave man concerned of the ere, lit they d-eerve for the splendid way t bey hte a led throughout." T ie Prln. . ton tindergnadunre ,la1!y ; i eg apgpai hits pirtdlehed an eslttonal dls I claiming all I'SaponalbilMry on the part of I Princeton or I'rlnceton nen "or tha up heaval at Yale The editorial saya: UtSOM'TKI.Y CVieot-VDED'' PrtnostoS Will be graufled at the stand k-ii ! the rale v'e-vs in their erli-orta' Cliff Haven Oolfera al Oakland. Thirty-five members of the CHfT Ha ven Golf Club partu-'iiated yeeterday lh a tournament at the Oakland Oolf Club. I'. J. O'leeary won the low thirty six hole net prlxo with a card of 207 I'l, 1 (ienrgw J. OlllesplA was sec ond with 19s 1. 1ST. The low net morning prize was won by I. 8. Mas tersen, with !'.' 4, M, Thomas J. Corbett being second with 10. 20, . In the afternoon the elghte n hole net prize was won by .1 H. Murphy, with 111 24. 91, Thomas Kagan being second with 9.1 1. 2. MATHEWS TELLS Ills sK Tliere is llltle chance thai the rsgia. trstlon committee of the MetropuHtag Association of the A. A. V, :ll -a-open the cases of Abel I!. KlVlal km Harry J. Smith, so that 1f these athlettl want vdndlcntlon they will have t ,. pend on the appeal to the board nf managers of the association f verdict of the committee whi. I ,e i,,-: them Ineligible from further romp,. . tion as amateurs. Under tho A. A. V rules the glhlstes sra entitled to be heajd oti arial and Frederick W. Itublen president nf the Metropolitan Asuocintion, said ya terdy that the apptiratbsi thai appeal be Ireard In open meeting f ,,,, board of managers would be aranted The data for the ffsMtltal wii he lected as soon as It Is post- I1, to , tVB the proceedings at the reglstralion o.rn mitteo's Investigation lypawrlllen, Th rulsi call for ten days notice f tha meeting lo be given, go that In nil probability It will be at leaM to oval,, before the appeal Is beard ileorge I'. Mathews, chairman of tha registration committee said that he nag preparing a statement In reply to thn; Issued by the Irish American A. C, and meantime gave his personal Views sa to the futility of asking the o min e'., for reopening the cases. He s.-iid that matter would haws to be decided I 1 the committee, but that he for nna mu against It. As a matter nf fa-t tVt committee lmd practically derided it on the second right of the Invest, gation, when It voted ndverseiv ,- H ouestlon of leaving the ease ,an f r further Inquiry. The oil airman called attention Is fait that Klvlat and Smith had every opportunity to explain the . . .. .' stances which led to their cards he, cancelled. Mathews's statement in, r gard to the adjournment is Mt variance with that of John T. I tooling. Nfio tains that he Infoiiie.i that ejen-, ';,, that he would be busy on most i Is up to NcAettiher I, Mathews m other hand says tha: Itsding loW httg any night would h,. lallSfactor) lo hha and the s,oiier the .et , r. The chaJnnan Insisted 'hat Klvlat ,- I Smith had been treated With every oens Mderation. that under the rul, I the 01 mittee could .have SUgpended them on Die first night of the lfivestlea,tlon for rifuslng to answer questions, put to them, on the second night they eo-. J have boon suspended ftar net sppearirig and that doitens of athletes had be. a eo suspended In the pag . Instead the committee decided ;o mike the ll ligation thorough and get af t . v. -a. before taking action, He also called attention to the presence of Murray bert. one of the counsel for the athletic, on the second niht. Mr. Hul atrt was conversant with the testimony SAlblTrKtsd on the opening night and had he tlim srlshed to cross-examine Campbell and the other witnesses be had the ercer tunlty to do no. MEN ON ARKANSAS EXCEL. In. U Tars of Wynmlnii antl '! 0tla.ri In Trark Med. The atJilt4a if the V. S S Aikian- .-; far 1 off the tej.ni trophy In the it initial haniplon-jhlp Inti-rnhlp athlerlr met of th Kirt rlvlnlon of th At lantlc flf-et hi-Ul In thfl KymnaMiutn of t in Sa ntin a-itrert Navy v M C, a, Brooklyili "trrilav. Tim moii of thll m.in-o'-war ti:i1 llttl dlfflculty Wfnnlllf th teant prlM witii tin larff total of 4.t points. Tha V, s. s Wyomlnj and I" S S Te'xa Anlahad atCOnd and thlnl raapaotlvelyi with 11 and 10 point each The Victorious tram made a clean iWeap in the ion and 2-U yurd '1a.'hts, won nix of the I'itii' event h and wax p la COd In all wive one K I lenyey of the Arhnnia.1 provad ths itar parformar, trlumphtiui ttirtoa. Ha won tha half and one mile ninn ami llandlni hroal jump ennnuv UUUUIIJI eao.u.s pat orr ;4f inuiuii BASOIINI 'OIL C0J STANDARD OlLCO.ST NY. VirS lonre: Kn.lle Henry dancer s.i.'onr I.aity Atkln Altaillr , Wmslalone 1 .'ii;, ... t'liurehlll Rae Purse two year olds III Wenonah Ht.Vlrstnla M. ... Ill Sehoolhor .... 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