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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1915.
Varied Programme Makes Horse Show Unusually Interesting Dissension in Penn and Michigan Camps SHETLAND, HUNTER j AND ARMY MOUNT PRANCE AT GARDEN Squadron .Militiin S Kntrlfs win In K vcn i Krom ThoM of Brooklyn Troop. I 1 I WilK RIBBON fob MAC KAY HACKNEYS A varied programme which comprised gearl rwr, varlet j uf -how animal fi tin tiny Shetland to the Sturdy hunter was provided yeatcrda) for tht second da) o( the National Hons WW in Hudlsmi Hquara Borden, Than was no counter ultra, thm In tin- way of a thoy ' man Ma f.H,tiiaii lanta to cagdure tlta fancy i uf Xiw Yorax leisure rinu, cons,- leisure crowd, i-onsi - qUOUlly 'b' lov rs of the ln.re flesh Itnckcd to tin Uardon in much graatar number Ihafi on gaturday, When meni b' re Mi u National duard were parad Itiaj their mounts midway of the after noon (eraton nearly all tin. boxer were btcuplad and Iheri won few vacant rents MUlTOUndlng the, arena. Around tn ring thus, vitally liitenflad in the iqullle i-ompetltlona et'n'il thne ami four deepi at llmea manifest ln I ball apprei'lHtion of the merit of the win pi i by hi arty applauo) Tliougli lie military .vent lacatu me, rolor and nnlmation which obtalnad ' lb- interna ii ponteata of recant data, I thin wan a inntrart of unlformt be iwotn ih lltbi '''in' of iquadron a anil lb.' darker hued garmontn afftcted by tie Klral Cahary men Tho chief rivalry wur between Squadron A and th, repn vntntlvaa or the Brooklyn tTom.. but Major Louis Herbari iau oarne down from Albany for an uuattc I vi iful ifort t" arrest tin- laurola from the local ndlltbinien, At lha and of i the conui tltion victory reeled with the, light h ie of Hquadron v. tin' medium In i iik nrein- '. gtataon's. Tain o' BHunter, a-hld wan ridden by Trooper j Not .htborti. Tho . i t rested in hackney were cx iromely pleased al tho tirst auoceM cored by t!larenee H Mackay in the bnedlng elaases of thla dlvkdon. Kor year Mr Mackay as a member of the Amer.' an 1 1... k.iey Assou.uion lias been promlnenl in baekney affairs. He lias ronakitentl eahlWted bl line stallion, Land . Iur.. with fair BUOOesa, ami hut reward can iterday with the sin- ,,i triump of Bobbli Burns, which Mr, Mackay bred himself, the sirv of course bam-- Land o' Burns, Bubble Horns Bobble Burns is he carried off thi enves Ouallty. , three-y earmold and blue ribbon in the elas-. lor bat among otht matured hoi which Mrs lnlil mej pony etalllons. beating i Irvlngton Tom Tixt. a .,11,1 freqUI 1 1 1 w inner, for Kllsabeth Co hnin Bowon some years ago Bobble Hum further comlin; out 1"! proved his quality by in ti.e day in harness anil takltiK third place In one of the atrongeet pmiy classes that lias ever been wen In the Oarden, The two1 which beat him were Imported with the hhest reputations that could be xalned -.ii Bngla id, Tin- influence of Mr. Mai -; koj, through I - talllon Land o' Bums in tin hackm wo Id was further show n when tin- .las- f.u three-year-old lltllea wag won by i ..t-lv Lofty, a thre.-year-1 old daughter of this, great air So far , lo. 1 knuys is"', the h'.io.v was classed hs a .Mackay day. Canada ami old Virginia were tin ' contesting looalHIes In the most nlc- 1 turesquc rlusi of the day, which called I ior hunt teaina of three to be shown by members of the bunt In bunt mil- 'crm. The honors went to the Toronto; hunt through the medium of throe plcn iibi hunters, atilch wire entered by, Major Joarpb Kllgour of tin- Hunny brook Karm. Tin- only difference in equipment of tin two teams was that the Canadians won- s.iik hats ami the Virginians black huntlni caps, Willi appointments of equal excel-' lence, the competition resolved Itself into h question f the anility of tic- mounts and in this essential the teamS w ero a.lso well in ah heii. so well matched in feci lhat i second Hie had lo be given for the edification of the Juices and, to the delight of the epaotutors, In their second attempt the trio of Canadians cleared tin- fences with only a couple of minor touches, w hile the ' Virginian candidates dleplaood n tar I ami thus lost the $ J0 cup und ti ' lmllar atnoutrl in caab. K'r the losers : I.. C. Lelth rode The Wasp. a. wnite had tin' mount on Nancy lany and s. i'. Cllascock on Mum Columbia. The Canadian huntamen and their mounts r i'. Hodgeon mi Touratfio, M, ! Hllotl on Cobourg and U H. Blllott on Jap Thrill lu -Wlcrnoon. There were thrills: for the early I afternoon visitors when Animation. driven by .Mi-s t.oula I ...in- of Kan sua City, broke away from the control ' of -Miss Long and fell at the Madison avenue end Of the Qardon, The excite- I mi nt did not last long for he was: soon tinder control, A few mote turn of the Harden ami .Miss Long's outfit caught tin- attention of the crowd iisTain when one of the Boston terriers i op the sen,! with her jumped out for a i sprint around the tanbark. These un toward happenings militated against Miss I,one,'.s entry, and Animation did not get a place in the ribbons. in the Rarnesa classes William II Moore continued his successes, his most not. 1,1-- ii lory of the lay belnsr In (he i Ills- for p ill's tint over 1BJ hands, In Ibis MluAh, a winner on the! opening iay, aa paired with Miss Marl bnro and In n large cias defeated Iteve Intlon ami Bealiiatl driven by Miss I. "III. I l.'HIU' Tin- featuri of the sa.hiie competi Hone in the after! ti was the success f.ii reentry of the old time champion, : Bonui, Thouah now II years old, Honla performed with 'ill her old charm in tiie oupublc hunds of hi-r owner, Mrs. Herberl 1 . 1 'amp, ami her perfecl ma liners ulonri were ufficlent to en- tuie her in tin- v Rnined over Miss pi'dliM which iho Murjorle llubb'g I- utitMsy, Thoruuuhhreda aoro oonsplououi during tin- iiuy, und umong ninny win ners which could laatai of pure blood were Turn f'miunter, Bonia, Aviator and Mnjnr Kllgour's ihree hunters, Then was a 'iirs'e crowd In the eve glna to se tiie - tauular jumplni events which cloned t,.t programme, T. i. i t i ! i i h 1 1 1 1 1 hlg I IN I 1 : in t Jumpori "i tvir 'ViiiaiLiin void sk.vj'i rg)per( i It tlofiul show r ir . wilt- wi il ii ug4u Pur tl MII ' IlilM.HK til' ITd' k lift.. nj Hiftuti when Uio lllH HlMule hiMt U'llltfl-. Will UOI' llu- luH tl.l- f!ol, Sll'ii.tt reiM-aW-il and won too high Jutnj iuiU ' -unthh iico m ti -I ! t i liirhgn, QCUIldt ft1 lit IMUtlg hi-'ihi ufWr ii ti' With ' ' '' .ind .Mm' Mtvy'H Avluor. i.'anadluii hoi, ihoro lure. rall IliiiMii-il tun, two, tbfOI, bill Confldrucii nnU Nkyttoriipor now gro uwni'd by ;i Now Vorkt!, Tin water Jump produced a ologo Hghl botWe1 l.i'-uf. c I' stcuriiM'H Klofof and tin Ur t'utr. MtuU)tg liawn if iiv. Thi- IVogl lolntoi rodf Ii'h own !"irs and v mi by ologrinf twentyoin '-jt, a luoi fui'thor than Mr. Ph'I1C Whltftgy'g Dftwn of -'i- oould naiotlgtc BREEDING CLASSES HOLD INTEREST IN MORNING Hackneys, Trotters and Ponies Attract Many Horse men to Ringside Military Mounts Shown in Afternoon. Hni'kiu yj, trotters, ponies ji.ni, to vary the monotony of tin- 1irM lirir classes, horses suitable to become hunters were Judged during the morning session of the H"i' Show In Madison Suuare .iurtloti VtHtlKlHV. Th.c,lltllthec.X' ptiuiiof tlio hunter, wire retail) lall hi . him IBSBBS, and those horstsncu who are 1 n W- rested In tins particular iart of the Horse Show ware out In forra and aa usual Used up I at the rail around tin- riiiK. The differ- ent antmaJa wara aim mi in handi thai in i ..s.s .... ...... .,., , Tl. . .. . 1. .1 .... IS. . -..!.. T ajld put through thrlr puree, thr groom running at the and of Ion halter. Kivc olaaaai of haclutays wars i'ae,-i on early the judge betas Rohan Qraham of Turiiiiiii. Handy Point Ifaahton, a son Of T,s;er IdUlO and POpl'SOf Otlng the Bandy ivint ssrm, adBch is owned by Ileal n Id i'. Vaiulerblll. was tin OUUHI for KtnllloTis t Old 3 eittry In the M ars i om or oxer Mr. v anosrbilt ,uralii was SUCOeSBfUl hi tho Claag for mnre. I years obi or over, winning the blue with sill fiebi Venuaj w-hi'b by the wa) la the Oam of Band) I'oim Ogohton, William A. Ideber of Hrvn Mawr fa., took tin Second prlr.e With Teintet, s bn mare by Wlblflre, nnd the third ribbon went to Cotdaning Boaaae, owned by the Auburn rfacltney lloese Plarm of Au burn, l'a. The jirisr for two-yeur-old tULb-s Wiu uuti b Havor, a bay by j Tiger LUIIS, owned by Kami. tbe Sumly I'olut Maeki Matey Wine Blae. clarence II. Mackay, who has for sev-I oral years won in liames rin earn in the clarden ami Long Island shows with j bis Imported hackney stallion Lend o' Burn a, won hb firm blue ribbon as a , baekney breeder with Bobble Burns, a three. year-old slalllon bred at Harbor Mill. Mi Mackay's Long Island .state , This stallion stands 1 1.1 bunds ami wit ihOWB In the class for pony stallion-' year old or over. He Inherits all Bis family's good looks ami far outclassed j bis rivals. The second prise went to Irvlngton Tom Trot, by imp. Rnfleld i Nipper, owned by Mr. end -Mrs. .1. Macy j Wills ta who enter under the name of , the Caavllli earm. Irvlngton Vagabond was third. Tin- eecond and third prize winner were bred by W. U. Henry of Pittsburg Lady Lofty, a chestnut Oily Vfars old, by Mr Mackay'S stallion Land o' Bunts, won In the class for rllll' s :i years old. with Auburn Snowdrop by Aquinas econd and Mary Marlboro by Marlboro third. George a. Heyl of Washington, m. whose pontes did remarkably well at the San Francisco fulr. scored his first blue ribbon in a class for hackney ts'iiy miles o years oio alio iwuri nil uni" .Magi.-, ptnartn -Magic, -rom m same , stable, was second. Tb" momlng session embsl with a class of horses suitable to become hunt ers The horses w, re not to be more than ii years old and able to carry 1 X" pounds to hounds. They were required to jump two fences :t feet G inches In height Bown Bast, a well mannered, good looking chestnut, owned by Charles lr Lanier, gabled tbn tirst prize and No bleman, formerly Shamrock, owned by Thomas Maclln, was second. Th" third rlbboll wa won by Mrs. .1. K. Aldied's Winchester. Hoiolllrri Kim III Xflernooii. President E. T, Btotrabury won hie Welsh names, while the Manomet Karma second blue rlbbOU at this show at the Ht.,lt M f(11. fc.,ay poiutw and Howard S. opening of the afternoon session. The j Ktarroti sent In fout Hbetlatids. The class was for pairs of roadsters and Ills I Bhetlanda looked almost iik, ml e from wonderfully matched pair Ituby and I n. upper Ballet and there seemed to Laaca easily out.i.tssi-ii Prince andlbe more harness than is'n Mi. Heyl Princess Horrell, owned by lalward won the Hest j.ri.e and lb.- Manomet Kaarney, Karm team was placed eecond. A big class of novlee harness horses, Judge Moore won 1ns first ribbon ol came next. These were for horses 14.3 1 the day With Lord and lod Beaton to 15.1 hand.- and In the ring were Btshown m an Bpliolnbnenl olaas. It number of good actor., that have ills- the tirst uppeartuB'e uf tuts pair ttngulshod themselves at the xutniuer show-. Tin- Hamilton Farms, owned by James Cox Brady, sent to tb.- ring; ll-1 reno, a most attractive brown mare, which Mr. lirady purchased at tin- sale of the horns of the late Alfred Q. Van- derbllt Taking il nil through. It was a remarkably flue class and occupied the attention of the Judges for a long time. Al Commodore finally was xo- lectsd a the winner. This horse is a showy hrowii, .". year old, and Is just under 15 hands. He Is owned by John Maoklo, who s the manager for Oar- ence II Mackay. Miss Wanamaker'a HOW THE JUDGES AWARDED Till 'TTi:u.--4 Trott'T"-. aHftlUoili t).r--. y.vr oll ; flrJit PflMi eWconU I'D-. $."n. jhir.l prlu. Flint, V.i .f y tnd 0NIU rh. h. Itr Cclli Mrvotni. 11 N M il:, h btk. h. Mantn Miller: third, FortMrt KHm Fiirm'-" b. Prlnci Miirmo. 'U.. TroTtr. U-lllorui. two yarn old ; tlrnt prll, I0 ; HcMid prlf. B0; ihlr.l prlr. UT, First, Mtb. SI. N. Xtalifn oil, n Tin- FUftU MmIi Jr,i (on1, Mi.ti Murr.iy'B b, t ArUy M.Ktrrin; third. II. Si Italii b I .ir Ro4blM, Jr. HATKXWYI Clgfll 1 1 Ha' kn vm, ftta:iion. four ,rri nJJ of fvr. 11 - und not unttof hBinU: rt nrlKe. 11""; pr1i., f.; third ptiMi $r- rir.-t, Mainly vrttii Porm'o h. t-. Windy Ilnt KetBhlon. "gnH 11-ilHi kfu'Vv. BlU0 thr yntri niii iirft ir !., HOO i p-n.d itr.'. trn . ; third prlOf, IHt"-- Kirr-r, ioort.' vVfttaona ; rh. m, lB"ly lt . OOCOnOe Auburn llii'k- llor"- 1-artn n. in. AU'.urn .vin ilrup Marl m. Mury i'i IT- Ha- Un-y( ftld : iV1 jirUe, $7.'. , third priz". its -rlnit . AniM, tWO ynrn je.. ond prlzx. !" , glld() Tolnt Farui ii U iii- Uavuc C'Likm 1 1 . Hackney. mnrf, four yrn 11 nve-r 14 - antl undtr Ul hands, flrM 1 vrsi H'tO. Mpcnnd prlM. IO; third prl".1 ' ..'. lnrt, Hniuly Point Kami' ii tr in i Hllfllti VtnUii -ft-d pflr.f, I K. Klni- i Imli'a " m. TmpMtj tlui'd. jtuburn H'-k-ly llorM arrii'n on n. Ooldtprtng ( - ihn tJ Hackiy, Hlllk .hr-- yr old and unit'T, nut over 14.1 han-i, tltat prtse, I". fMOond ii if. $40 J third pfto. .;" IT rt, floorg Hyl'i 11 Trll o Miigtr; -" "iid, iorg lloyl h- 111 j Utltorth Mglc tlilrJ. WltliabrOOh l'arni'M i i i :i in Talli PNnpooi Alle - 'laH -:4 H'i' kllOyii tallinrua. H Vr?i i old or ufr( ootdlng 14 umi nt tgoot4lng . 1 1 bund; 111 v 1 nooond prl. i IAD; third nrUti l- rlrat, Clnrnnoo H, '. I kiuukny'i rji, . n-ht. 1 Pumm wmn i, lu icon l-'ts ju" 'ii Irvlngton Voga-, imnd; third, -?iilH Pnrm't cn. Irving- ton Tom Trot, HHUTIiAKU ponieu ,a ia f, Hhatlontto, utal'loii. t' ! nhou fi with ihrot. ui tholr a- (Irai prlsa, ti"": aac-und prlae, Kir-i. Daorga a h" i bltt. - K " lrtgu, and gat, link I.artij;... i't i ,i- n i ii : ign nnd Prlaof ii ; aoonndi How i arri H Mi irrt'i b Punch. uni got, I tut hi Urg'lfl gnu .re"-.-:, i , i- i .'7- aHhotlandfi oi oi ntgroo, nt f . ti.iifiei 4t iiudi'--. h;- pi 1H; .ih' i f.r; '. 140 i '"'i Po, 180 Pjrat, i orgt .4. Hoyl' I'lU. t:i 1 Tii, ccMs, fair la n. .niii. (iourgo -4 ic ilk, in. HH . "ii M 74 'POflloO In tHKrilOMt .tl"-'a lt,3 i iid nut aixPaadlng liondgj lirit prlM, Jin; ond nrUi MOi thirl prlia, t." Klrti, Wlillabrook Fgrin" h, "i. Tlagington an - aonoud, IJiMnllton Porin'a Li, it mi vlly rum; iiit i. iUronoo il Uuckuj ch. a (tabby Marital fourth, tVgl lr il Hunjfyi i. nt, m of iVihion. i 'ivh 7j-i'.iiia iii hnmoaoi und not pdiim ii.i hondo oral prlgOi llvi wo .. i prl Ha, tio, third prlc. 80 Flrat, Hamilton Pttrm'i Irvlngton Modoij : uni, UOlohoator rarm Htud'a b. a Mm the second prise, I'itti. the CIIimi) Maid the fourth, hum fomt' surprise whi T . -lit j -lour hMtU''(lH, v Karat, a dltal Wlnfstr C is the only absentee Ihn flrel saddle class of the afternoon, Tin conditions , aiicii for horaen ui 10 carrying loo pounds mid II In presumed thai Mia du l oot though! it i r to rear r vi in r llhal) rtiamplou for later I events rather than risk defeat because I ,t' till' l,.-:.Y U.ltfl,t t.i t .'illTl.,! 1'v. Ill Wiuioui Twenty-four Karat the chum w-as a good one, full of quality anil wth nearly verj one of the half rJoaeii The cht'h'iiul uelillnK rlshel man. owin',1 - by Rmll ib l:.e. Immediately caughl the eye of the rallhlrd. lie I a cobb) Indlvkfuali with plenty of Hnbth ami moved smoothly under tin- careful hand HtiK of bis ?iin poiiini rider. In manner ot Kumi! be hail no advantage over Klnlle Anthony's Patrol, Which had its owner III tin Saddle, lusurlnn every pos sible point In favor of Patrol being brought to the notice of the Judges Tin- superior conformation o'f Elsherman evidently Impressed the Judges, for they avarded lha blue to him and the necoud libbou lo 1'iitrol. Thi Ihlrd went to Itrookw ooil, ow neil by Mo i t In I' Sapor ins, ami rounb to The t'olonel, exhibited by W. Alston Twlny. There was a kooiI lurnout ill the mili tary mounts ciase, Which was limit. -il to members of tin- mllltta of New York state, iimi anions; thoae competing were several wiibb have :.iiowu proficiency In raies BCfOS country an, I tin tin- Hat. at hunt meets ami summer boric sicw- The ntrles were put lo a severe teal ami after going through all the man- o'tivres requireo of a cnarger nan to negotiate a small fem e, in th, ordinary Kails on which satldlers are Judged the mounts did tint show well but hi all di - partmont Tarn o' fihauter, an iipatnud Ing rheatnui gelding, exhibited b clar ence i'. gtetnon of Mquadroti a. held hi- own .mil be received the blue over Dragoon, Benjamin s. Young's Beoul was ihinl ami Adjutant fourib t'arltoa qsiit in Vanln. Mis l'a Whltm y. win exhlbltj illnler the name of Ibe tin captured her Ural blue in ponies under saddtt with mtrei stable, ibe cla.-s for 'arlion Qual- Ity, an aged i hestnut mare that aas been a popular favorite at Harden show for many y ears The class wns a Strom one. but in the hands or James sweigei Carlton Quality showed better than ever before, lhat Is when she settled down to her Bail At trotting she was rlmply superb, siieed and form being combined in a manner tn.it suggest. u un- pen,, - .. . . im i- . ..,i.i..- r 10ll "l llie IWCKlie. Ilieie I- i"h '' rb' hackney in tin- conformation of Bri ton Quality, however She Is a true pony type and elegant both in lines and lu movement. Judge Bowman r ule Carl ton Quality around the ring himself be fore awarding tii" tdue to Mrs. Whitney .n J,,, w.ls more tractable In his liamis l Su . on i Another 1 t) M wn.n ridden i line pony i Jamea I missed pi wllh the was Lady Mine, ox Brady. This rf action anil had t reil ribbon The ity accounted for three of th petitors. Those clever nttb dosen coin horse girls. Miss Constance had mounts and into the ribbons, and Miss Jean, both 'onstance rode i leltghl taking fourth. I'linlra iinis,' Wti'li-r. The poiq,' four-tn-handi were treated as somowhaX of a j"ko io the spectators, The conditio. .s called tin poiilea under II bauds ami this enabled UOOfge A. Hel to send '.n his four backneva with was I tins , show and they looked remarkably well land had ail their oil lime a.-ti- and inunner. it wns , perfeetl; npiiolnted team, tin- horse being shown I'll.:-, ., f boot 1otorlii .md they gained Un IjIui ribbon. Wilttum Meber'a p ic. u-it bJIIWood It-'ll and ButtOttWOod La, took the aecotal prise and the third went to Mies Constance Vauulaln'a Moonehine and Lady Friar, which was shown be- ( fore a. neat brougham Moonshine did not ehogr BS well In double barnesx as he ! has in single. j Another sensational clns of novices . entered the ring to compete for the torpjgro; third, Wl :'..ro.k Kuapor Clypau: r. i r th. 11. i- tt . Btrkeloy King. r i rrn'B h tii Rllll n KiiT in UUNTBHfl fiaaii Mi ffunttr h'r.a.-, atiftgbi in bacoino hunttra, up to cMrr.ngt Iau pounua j t.i boundoj iir-.i pr;. , if". ggeond prir, 1 60i third prlr-, t5 Klrtt, ";ia:li I I lgntora cn g. Down Ruti i" ind, Thomai ' Ma. i, ii. rh. g. NOblomgO! thli'tl, Mr--. .1 m Aldrad'i ch u Vt'lnokoiter; fourth, Mar t in ii. goporteta f b. n. chgrltoiii '!.ix 117 nuntora, mlddJowalght up tn carrying HO pounda !lr prlgo, I "410; r ' iiii l prl?- 410, tlilrt prt . ! .v -Plfpt, i dt M una v' h r A vi nt ir ; gorond. Uotnlltun Pttrm g b k Ktlkoi third, Hun ! nybroiik Pgrm'a t n Cobourg; rourth, Sun n brook Pi nn' ch k fcigilngton. 'Iajii II 1 dlun'',iv tc.iniM of ihrM fioTTi nn hunt in ha gpown (, inatnbara in ' hunt coi lutnoi iirat ntj-. litoo, anon nil i prlgo, fii". third prjgg, l-o -rirots .a,inn -brnok Pnrina Tourolna, Oobourg gnd Jap, ( aOAOIedi Roltltggl PI ti at: n'-i th t aflp, Nurw-y I'anay and Ml Colufnblg, RUAPPTBHN Plgoa It Rugdatara, polra of hiir'i n ; janrxj old or o-ar, iir.t prlaa, tl-.O; aacond , pri. $;. - Kin.-, EJd ward t. Rtoioohurya ( h in Ruby and b in. Ugaeg; aanund, I ran- i t la ! : Mi i h i i a b m. V ii i ma and h in , II tnNKftl HOR8RH1 Clgifi IT- Hain't horiei, ovtr '.4.' gnd nnt asoaadlng IB, I hondaj tir 1 1 piiao, ? i u . i mi umi prlT-.t. 60l third prU, lit t John llgokl a h g. a 1 Connnodoro; , mid, "h-- lagbollg WgngmokoPa nh, m tflvo; third. Ho mil ton pgrma bi m i!rrw,, ' fourthi Job a i,. ttuahnglli b. m ill pay 'aiii. iv -ITari'saa 1 oraaO) pairs n r i .v i :i lignaij lit f t prlgo i . t bird prlgoi 8u II e'n b. n M ! j h und i ooondi Utoa iniiit, n and a m RogJIgg 1 Buabnala b. a Tu Tho i ri. fourth, t il. in lir 'mi w ood i a:. : hot ago. Unit L&0 j h( ond prlat, $ PIrat, W Illlam II. Uo b in. Mlt Itlar. tmf u Loi.g's Ii. g. U u, i tlon; thtid, John I.. Ooi gfnor gn t b, a Wi.iisii-i a Ltaldar'a iiiAH ii .d oh. Mi H iitonw L'lgl 41 '. lC . hn 'ii .1 Hal l i n hur0M ovor 1 bun .' . tl r-1 iria, $!' i prlu t.ilr i piu. a a Flrat, iidatn n. Mm. . m, mi- Hgrlooro; aocond, Mif- Vguitlgln! oli, in., Ludy Prfgr; 'aiupbi I Thompaon'i hr. g, Nai Cbeuicallor; fourth, wi j Uq -a tVinotitu third, J iuw a Purm'i b. .. w un i: L'tgll 40 H Or nail lioMe' ; rhan-fi M run gbouTa, not undor 16 gnd nut ognoadlng i i 3 hondij Wnt iri.e, ti'io. gaoond nrua, third prloo, " i d :, mi.-i luula uongr'i h k v i.i'lon; i'tr ll. Hun pyn h ... Brotitor Jodl third, a. k Uolgai b u . Rllllkouj fourth, John I- Runhuall'a b, in. ulpay Mul i. IHJMKH t'sNUfilt SA1HH.K. C$M !'!' PgnlOl UndOr t-'iddl-; !? and i. nt oguoodtpg 1 1 - hgndg) ih it urigo, gnu : lot'oml mi:", ti". third priio, 180 -Plrot, Llraantroo Ikgblo'o oh, in, Oorltoii Quality, aooondi Hguilltou Porm'a b, m, l4dy Mlnoj third. O, 1" Taylor, b, a. Jon; fourth, all Jean Hal Koggn'i b. rn. JMllgnti MILITARY MOI NTK ciaie1 to- UIHlgry mount", II to m '.u won third ami There Stallions Renew Rivalry of Sires MEMORIES of sixteen yeurH sri were revived at tho Morse Show yesterday in the class for tvo-yenr-oll stallions. Hack in 1899 Sir Roliliiiis Mid The Heau Ideal met in a similar class nt the HoflN Show nnd Sir Roli liins won. It was The Heau Meal, Jr., against Sir Robbing, Jr., at the show yesterday, and history was not repeated, for this time The Heau Ideal, Jr., was the win ner. Sir Robbins, Jr.. MM placed third, another horse breaking in bftWMD the two handsome iitnl worthy sons pi the pair of rival sires. prhaji tor pairs 1 5.1 lo I u.3 hands and judgi Moore this lime showed .Ml, ah, which won in single harness on Batur day, with Miss Marlboro, i bay male I years OKI. The horse w,-. Well matched and showed almost perfect an lion. MlM lion and ib ii t i of d bui rather Louis Lone, drovt Revels Itealtsatlon . llu ) how d ish wllh good action In front, poor behind, bill were not matched lu color John I. Buahnell drolc The OoVertlOr and I'rlnce ami William A l.leber was represented bj Uutlonwood Ls and Ituttonwood iicib . which, while they looked all right, were not matched In color, These foui won the ribbons in Hie order In which tin y an- mimed. Mia r Vlau sent Into tin ring Bye Opener ami I Wonder. Tin bad their mains pleated, which Is mil considered the best form in horae circle, I. ut as al Intmints did not coiinl H this ela-s the lUdBCI lirobaM) took no I notice of this little slip. MeUValley i ih Nralrxi 'rin aurprtsr of tin- afternoon w is the defeat of tin sensations! pony Mel-Val- lev Maine This le.liv WSS tmichased i lo th. late Alfred Vand' w illlam Kosti r of Bngland, i paid IIS, afle At lha Vam recent! .lames cox Brady Tin- Ktsme. navlnu rbllt from i whom in rrblll -al. pit robs ed Th. class a partlcu in which In- was shown wan I larly Hi in- at-il Ibe prlfle Tissingion Amity, a bay man Wi Ml tO with all to, mil good un da h and hi f Kbtme was piai lith-s ,ut I i. king tie Mel-Valley Mame The d seeotnl and tin- third prize was Wot, b) Clarence II. Ma k:l X Hobby Hums, a stallion which bad won alien shown to band earlier in the da) Hobby Burn I i remarkably gissl act ins uonv. i. ut while in the ting showed dlepoeitlon ti break and Seem , to I', ., little fretful Honors in the mllHat p. tttloni w blch opw eit Ion, went to II" Natloi Jumping com the night sis i i luard by the ictory of L'lus.iow'.e by Lout. Herald T. ib i ce. a m nitier of ow ned and ritbten Hanley of ITovl the Bhode island I Ouard I : was the s, ml i vlctori for I. ii,-. low up at the snow, ten i again his splendid Jumper was ti.d and had to go through two Jump i ff' before securing tin- blui The judges could not separate seven of the twenty-two performers alter the tirst till' over the fences, b it a second Journey lefi only lanadowne ami Cap! I. I' '-....!'. V ' ... ..... I u ,1, .1 "111 11 exhibited by I scores Nlmrod bit a couple "f fen. .s mars Justin ,i,,. ntml jump "fr i the West 0 be content p. r . ,, r. l.virsh tlrt lir.ze in t Itegan fa m- favor uf Lanadowne. Ircnslde. unother ! of Lieut, llinley'a stable, was third and Metaphor, owned by Cud. It !. Alex ander of the United States army, wai fourth. Metaphor. by III" way. Is a full! brother to the great race hors, Maakett and w is given to Cap) Alexander by tin 1 11, James It KeellP, UinSdOWItS I also hi- a s'ritg thoroughbred strain.' Ins sire, Jim Wasson, wa- t- Ismgfellow ' and th- intlutlici of thul i.iu.ous racer Ion Jumper Is further sic.j,Mi by the faul IhUI .Lin VYiiseon i- also the sir, of Tin w p. wl .. : ind with Uinsdowne Sat urday. Miss Mlltiboru, which when shown with Micoh won tor .ludgc Moore in the aflernootii was xbown in stngl- liarnes in the evening, This w as) in a class tor ' Isoraea over ! hands, ami although it was tor uoi loss tt attracted aevexiUa-u entries, eleven ol B'htall w. nt into thelMILlTAK 'I'be prize again aeul to repi '-. nt.ii ive. Judge Moot th' SO i MOO far h is won out n: l he in Hie . I i'i set. il, " i .. ' "i snow. . j Mis III the Brbk'li Ultdi I Up lo Mi rj 1 1 II bos itipel .t ii u as sic n. i ti 1 1 comiiet it ion oi t in nailed foe laily saddle bomeM uol Ii ami i"t exceeding 15.3 handi arrytiuji from ISO to 160 pounds The prise wa.- given by Ldu M. rielsoh' in. mn ui.d has pi 1st won twice. MiW Hi,"!..- rode I" is, Ii and show d Wild flower, 'a Iboautlful niginarod clisart nut. WibiMowers racing lines are ac counted for by tho fact that she had thoroughbred sir.- in Oh let JUSllcO, w. blower clearl) outpointed inn com THE RIBBONS hgnda; undock' to b riddan by mom bra or th. mi nt i.i In uniform; Mr-t urlio, $;uo; ioc 1 prlia, f n; Ihlrd prtaa, .: ! I r -: . I'laren.i . .tftann - rh a Tarn . m i-ii'i, ls.au t::t.im Bpong I : - . : o Drgffoon third Hen Vounga t. ii. .Tout : fnurth. I g'l n i.i!r h. i: Ad.lu'anr. t Mi:. :.. ..ruin iqugdron HA DP LIS HORgKA f!a i I i M i dd lo horHre. dookod : fvr I 14,1 hgnda un i ': to ayrylng poundo I ond wutsi carry uui Ihon thla tvolghti pr-t prtoo, Una .-run t prlgo, Ii. -o. ihlrd prl, $ -Kirat, Hmjl ifa Ryia'a rh. g Plahorniani otconu, vnill Antouy'g b. g. Pgtr.d; third, Marrln It ioportoa! b, tt- ' jroiikwoMl; fourth, W A.ton TwMty'i o. g. 'i bo Colonol. Vi,-g s; guddlo horatg n -r u " an 1 : nat ogcaadipg Ift.l hgndo ntgnnora t unt i f il pgr mil. ir.it lad.'i tn fldOJ lllr prl?-, ! it 00 ooi-ond nrlio, IMj Ihlrd prlii, us- Pi:. Mi Harbgri I. iomp'i rh, in. Bonlo indiian h lira Hariiori ... Uamplil a niid, mi- UarJorlo M i di- - i ti in pIn. I taay ( rlMfi by Mtlg m -, r ion- H ubbi ) : I third, 1. M .aVRiiaa Oompgfir'i oh, pg, I laialcg irlddon by Misa houloa 'yn WyokTj I' fourth, eh, i- M irfragur I rtd lan by Ulgg m i. Thompion). Clgga Mo -Sa.idia horoooi Udo M. Piaiaoh I mgnn ehnltonjii - up. nut undor Ifi gnd -"t I ogcoodlng II I hand- high to bo Udd-n by Ad lan oa "Ida pgddlaa -Plrit, Mill Mu;' jar. a Rubb'l h ill. WlldAoWOr I i Iddrn by uwnori; raiorvo, a. w Atklnion'i eh, g., j Thg Wuit ridden by LouUc iit-avor vVaboji, POUR IN ItANDR, Clggl '14 'Pour In hand p-.i.'a, not a. : dine M bondoi tirt prug, t' , ggoond I prlge, I " . third prlia, 1. , -Kir.t. --k' ; v II-; ." hg Kiipy IHaarth I..:, plngrtb I tjom, plnorth Uogle nnd Trlllo Magic: ' 'uid. htAnomat I'Ntrro'l vifi pan'-a My! U.rd pglinroho, 'i:ay Light, rautar li id Hmporori third, n....rd H Mtgrrott'a Hht- Undx Kolth, Ruth Urgua and Juvtd. APPtHNTMHNT C-TvAJf, rieri ii. AppolniHioni claoi, for )ira: nui under hgnda, to ha abog ii in u . broughom oi nntorl , tirat prlgo II 01 1 1 H" uid pi III, . n . f h ii d pt i . t : . -i ,r , . VVIUotn I Mooro'i k l.ord Pauton gnu . I., in. I.ady Ki-u'an; goootid, Wl.iia:n A.' Mobor'a i i. ni lut ton wood iie.t. auu cn. in, PUt tOfl WOOd i..-H; Ihlrd, Mlaa 4au-l attuioo Vtui kgni oh, 'n Uoonahlna ami t rh. tn- l.at v Prior; fgurtli, A . Atkln lon'a iii r gitpromo Pologltfi gnd oh, m Uonlpollor Roigmuiid. ! JUMPRRR Clgga I SI Juiuplnjj eonipotltigna 'r of h.'-t onlr, o-r uia fail oourooi goto for atnna waii und doublg pogi .md rolti Aral prlgo, 110ft; ageond prlaa, tio third prlia i I"".- -Pint. Maut, J. i i i r Honloy'a ' it i. v ii.i, in- g Lonadowna; aaoond I c.ipt i. r Ogrd'a (weal Point b, g. Mmrodj third, U ut Jargld T. H unlay a ' biit. g., iron iido i fourth) 'upf N, a- . ondari i v oil I'olui t. nri ftlataphur, , Clgoi Igl High jump: flrat prloo tjog ' cup an I iigi aooond prlgo, 160 third' priio, 183 -Ptrat, T- I Ohod bourne, Jra, ..r, i i gCl -era per , ioc uui, T. U. t'llOalbuurno, I .Ir.'a, h. g. tJnnlldonoo Ihlrd, Uruw a Mural mg b g A-I.ior, (....... v. ban C. log'g h g Harrulct. I I polHorat hut til.- Judgosj wWoh Inrluded lastly Booh, asked for h second trial be j fore placing A. . Atkinson's ThO Mill I i'i lin- rcservo position ove.' Spnrkllinr Moselle, which i also owned by Mr. j Atkinson. This mis ti e first competi tion for the ttvfaiy . Irvinttoti Model, regarded by many te the tin, i pi tec of horae fletti in tin- coun try, ii bay stallion, itandlng lt.3 handi, I j mads his bow to the judgM in u dam for : ponies shown to tiarness. Keeping UP ; I ins reputation, ha showed remarkabl) I wall and aevurod the blue ribbon, tht I lii i bltW Won by .luuies t'os Kraily at ttiti phow, His alabla companion Uofltt i ley Klni? took I be sei il ptlSe. The runabout class was mm th.it i Hioueed ponaltlerable enthualaam. Miss I I Louhi famg'a Avlatl uid waiter I II Monb y'n Hiolber .led were noon I picked oil. by the speelators aa the IWO I illspilti' I'M' prlJSi . M lir.-T inoiri, ; won) remarkably wall tHilta am i tion living up to ins name was "In lite in quite ofton, bul th.' further they i i I he beiiir Aviation appeared. Mi i." i'g dnare reatleaal) m;'i wax tatartily 1 lepplaudcd for tile way (die ient her bofat I around l ha ring, Tla Judge liad to rail I tbcm out for iwo , ir.i trials before th As l rtnaiiy derided iu ami the re give the . Brothi blue Jeil. lo I t SOCIETY AT THE SHOW Pee aa nee of Nam tin isttiip trill Inter, -si Mt l.nrden. The added show presence of many new vleltori interest to the social end of the csterday ifjerooon and last eve- Prominent among those who ning. formed Intereetlnx groups in the boxes duiiiiK the afternoon Were Mi . II. U Rerkele) Parsons ami .Mis Oliver llar rlimin, wllh wboiu were Mn. .lojenb V HtirrBuatii Mrs Oeorge Lcith and -Mis. ill. i i,i s Brown, With -Miss Mercedes Criminlns wen her si.-ler. Mrs. Kredetink Cbllds; Mr. and Mrs. Morton Maimer and Mrs Fred erick Kohl of San Kratugsco. Last night Mrs. Hermann ItelrMi ml Ml Is'ta llohlnsoll occupied tin- bov of Mr. and Mrs I'M ward T BtOtesbury, and Others in Ibe box were S. MotStgOmer) lloose- Vell and I ti ns HorWltX of Laltll e. With Mr. and Mr. Walter It lliooks. Jr. in tin hox adJOUllllg wire Ml.-- Su san Lynn Lruc and M.'ss Pauline I'ls.--toti of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs S.mI ney K. Hutchinson h.nf their gueebi .Mr and .Mis. Hallowed Morgan and T. Ie Witt Cuyler Major-! ii-n. leonard v Wood and Mrs. Wisl vlnwed th exhlldtloli last evening Among other present duiiiaj is.tb seeslo is yestorday were Col tanM Appletoll, Mr. ami Mrs. K. PVnni is Hyde, Or, .ii 'I Mi. Thomas Beeil Hrldgee, IPldreth K. Illoodgoud Mr. ami Mm. Bugene s. hual, Mrs WiUUun H tienjamm, Mr. and Mis. A. i. B. Pratt, Mr. ami Mrs. OowverneuT w farnoohan. Wither Bloodgood, M ss Boaallc HI I- Bood. Miss Marion Tiffany, Mrs gteipht ii. I'eubotty, Jr. -Miss Marian Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs F. Ambrose Clark, llarr) W. sane. Jack ODaj'i Mr. and Mrs. John K. CoWtktl, Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Von M.c hoff, Philip 1st Montague, I. J. it. Mm ling, Matthew .Vstor WUka, w. s.s.n Cameroi . WilHam K. Whltehouse, Joseph Larooquei Judge Mortnan lis..-, juiesj V .cable. OUver Harr.irjan. John McB Itowmau, Mr. Myron t Patoraoni Mlsa i .';.i Ice I'oterson, Mr. ai d Mrs. Albert B. , Meteiich, Koxliatl 1'. Keeisix L. Btuarl Wing, .ir Whlteright Wataon, Judge and Mrs Wiiltn .i ii Moore, Mr. Paul Moore, Mrs. Lewis Nixon and Mrs Will iam K. Brhart, Also Samuel Wlllets. Mr. Alden 8 Blodget, Mrs Hob, r: W Craves, Mr and Mrs Hurry Benwli k. J Nelson Borland, Miss ionise Iseltn, Mis Maud Borland, Miss Ulla Borland, Miss Mil dred Kiev... Mis' Maud O'Brien. Mr and Mil Louis 11 light. Walter 1'. BliBX, Mr. and Mrs. V. Wllloughby. Henry Brevoorl Kane, w. Carson Kane, Be ward Cary, i l-oulr, Bolssovaln, Robert B Tod, Franklin lumber. -Mis hMwIn II Weatherbee, Henry rank, Marty Con tent, II. 1. W ittenberg. Sain, y I'lllf" Blptcy, Cdwln Kane. Mi- Susan Pish Dresser, Mrs. Henry s llcdmoud, Mrs j. Macy Wlllets, Mi Charles gcribner, ,li . It and Mrs, Samuel A Mllbank, I Kllsha Walker, Krederiek Hull. Etlenne Markowskii Harry Tucker. Hvans Tucker, Krcd Alpirt-. Oeorge Ivosi Or t Jaiiav'S I. yreen, Miss racunor ureeu. Mlsa ItenCe Wassermann, in- Witt Hlieyer, John Oerken, Udward King and la ne i.a Montague. III lilt 'KIM. HA HUE INU r it i POl.ti yi JuUglng b JuUglng por" peny tallloas, .1 italllons, lltone for t illient, M ludglnx peny St. ,tp. risM .ru iglng kney Class 11: M Irs. ems' :t ii lisrnets, rises Judgteg .'i pslri aim of ehetland t par.!. Ill b. ir- pane 'I tic V. i , em :!) V l naVI'ig i" tierset suit ibis ll.llH'-rs. ' no' 1 1 M JUdglBg 1 geldings soltal thorougfibr 1 , ma i' ir to I' onis i hum rs, I P. I I p. ) Clin 31 I ::ID I CI IM S Use ill. - Hsesss, Judging pairs roa'!ter XI Juilftnt Judging ... v : beresa M .stitlsrs1 Donti-s in, Beresa sffleerg ebargen Office rg 'hsrt-r. hsrassi hor' in h in';- i M. Ju Utr.e i,i H M i- a'Slflll , ! ii 1 I .Va tS 11 - J . Ig i CteaJ i" .1 II, the II, , i udx I 101 1 '. .11 . fell .am la BhSStullB. ' '1 l : T M JudXllIX h.irse.. ladles lo noV, i i r ..i. JudslnB n Class If 1' M. Tllltlni: it ladles eaddts tdsters (oevloe). t offli-r" borses ( . . .h. fsties, I'm. .ltri,t uvsr tl.i- Ciiurss, '',.." li,. !. M. Rs.ress , j- M i-i'tRlin; :'. h-.int.t nr j-.im inrr bigb ... .i- .-, it" luiupi, tls ftt . f V laitrlns p m Judtisg i tar. 1,as, Cla. -1 pmrn ef harnesi Borsss, l SSSS 4 t' M.- Jtslcins ssddls horsss for ih Blitmere enallenge c ip, i;s, lee, ,i(i t t. MjudglnB r sunted pollct N-.W York t ru fie se-.s-t. '"hiss 1'". lOiiii V M Ju-lxlnx otllesrs1 hirs-s ever th luntps fur llauadlan challengs cni. fVsss i-. Fttss QArnmttteei n,, Ftebsr, a Ktr i . ,n a sad i. -! K. Muurtlne; Rvsnlnfl Kd- a i,'-.l T BtotSSbury i"'l .Vllreu II MSClS, 25t of the power your motor generates is lost in the car through friction, and this in spite of the best plain greases and oils. I DIXON'S 1 Graphite Grease or iranxmixsioni and Differentials reduces friction to al most nothing, give more miles and more power und saves the car. Asfc year sfeerfer fur (Ac Oiaen l.ubricmting Chart JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO. it t Ul.. IU, IB7 JsrtsrCitr.N. J. a-l TIGER ELEVEN RETURNS FULL OF CONFIDENCE Defeat by Harvard Has Down Yale Rest at Condition of PglNOBtOKi X. S; Nov, X - That Princeton ItUdenU Bra with the team. win or lose, was demonstrated eonolu ffty ij tin afternoon when tin van qUished Tigers returned from Atlantic. Cile, Where they had gone to rest up from Hie hard bat Ut with llnrvard hist gaturday, A iHrge body of Htu'b-nt met the team al the slallon and greeted it wllh prolonged cheers. The learn reported latmr nt lha obi ' miners ty nein, wrier" num. v'-"v i was held, oonsietini mairuy ot eigns.i I drills. Kvery one seemed in good.-piriui i after th change of S' ne and ready 'n mm' i fa- lasi; rf Drepa ration for I th. Vat. gam Although the roaches I realise Unit the Tigris Will meel Btlflt OppOBltlotl In tbn Yale Howl, they srn not planning to do iiiiytmng more inim polish up to,- present combination and I eoi reel ih,. more evident faults disclosed in the Harvard game. Th coaches plan light scrim max to-morrow ami Wednesday Thursday day. Ilennei I, witli a short workout ind sti abaatute rest on Kri- Hrlggs and NoUlM were not j out for practice to-day. Qennili i I disabled by a slight bruise, while Inlrus ' :n.. i N'ourae were prevented from appear mg i, acholaBtlc appointments. But terworth worked at centre, Law ut full Bad Kauffman for Nourxs at lefl guard, While thi- regulars w re runtuns; through their signal! the se.on.l tmra ecrlm- piaged with the xc rubs, Moore, Dicker man and Isldy distinguishing thOBIBBlVOX ' in the back Held of the second varsity combination by spectacular runs. The only chance for a shakcim In th" mii -ity lineup Is at left tackle. Mc Lean dui not come up to expectations Saturday and it would not surprise any 1 one lo see him replaced by Larson, 'llie resx oi i tie nneup appears to be nxeo, CaMBXIDOK, Mass.. Nov. S. - X"' 0M of the football players who started the i game at Prl 'ton Saturday WBS out on Soldiers Field this afternoon, The drill w.,s confined entirely to the sui ; xtltutea, with Al Weatherhead mid Har- ris, who had n short experience against ' tin- Tlgi-rs, in thi lineup. The work, even among the men who have not played slni" las' Fr'day . was light. Harvard i muc , uleaaed over the win ning of tiie Princeton game and the gtt- t. i opinion lu re ;.- that the team played f ir and away better football th.Ui the early season record suggested, The team came out of the game literally i Without a xcratch. Soucy, who was re ported hurt, never was In better shape. Oilman's arkle is'tn arc sound and King d:d nothing n "re serious than to near himself out In the gains. In the tirst string lineup tl.ix after noon L. Curt i and Likens were at the ends. It. Curt; ami Caner. tackles: Hurt snd Sr. ,w, guards, and Harris, centre. In the back field Kobiusou wa Iti ha rue and had with him both Pin- wright and MeKlnlock w:ti Boll i This tr.ng will make a heavy often , s,'o combination and probably w-tii be la- m a to start ai.-alnst Brown If the 1 COMhea decide, as last year, t.l take as I many players as possible to see the J Yal- -Princeton gatne i Tie entire string of resuUr men will i i b. "Ut tomorroW and t'.ere will be j '-.ii . isrd worn up to Thursday night. . Next weil. ti " team will have one hard ' scrimmage, perhaps! hut moat of th ; work w il l,i light I r 1 1 a--a. X. V . Nov, I. Cornell began the ho week s football In the usual style, utduor practice being scheduled, imt ntirc squad reported for a talk ami l ia kboard discussion in tb" training riHi.n. In the absence of Head Coa-ti H irpe. aiio wis called to New Haven in the death of ins wife's mother and who wo. U- HWay for a good part "f lite week. Han Heed and Kay Van ti gjtnan talked to the players and outlined i the programme. The; gave mo com- ' pi. i sney of the squad i nerd jolt when 'Spec ted Cornell full with Waeh saturday. Heed they said that liny would hav. het hands ll-Ktl'l. ll and Vuii mat i-i l Maul .i' n Id I'o m i irman si ids theiri rs Would XI d that their infor- o believe that the rove uimouil opi" unit to ie .a .i al tii.it nothing Hut the liai'di-r sort playlni would win. Tii in ist important question ooufront ine tic coaches to.day, however( Is to i.e.-, the s-i'.iuit in eondltlon for the re niaiiiiiiB games. The eleven has- hcon driven hard all bsbbob, and while there ar no o ises of stateness yet, ths coaches admit thu. tht y Iirvs a men sized lob nreventlna tt from rrvptdns out. The players found the Mleblgan game a bit ha r mi tla. in phystoally than t.i ot.isr eotttests. siit'itoii and Bcktey, the two ends, were qulta bad'.y brulaed, hut neither 'H he kept out of the pme for uny length of time. l'u it.Ai iti.riii. Xov. I, . Although Borry, the quarterbaek who cult the ' ennsyivania lesm an wees, nun ae- I i..... i ' i. . I, a , -.' 1S rrt,il tl, , ,,1'ter- t , - s rnl Irani, the announce. mailt the coaches that he eras not id i,c allowed even to don a uniform force 1 him to change hi plans. Its fe'.t somowhxl hurt, but nothing could be done. A radical shift was announced by the board of conchas this nfi.-r i ui -i rter a :. na msetlnx. It was decided to take Heine Milter from end ajnl pis IS htm at tu.lhu a back, a Dartmouth whether he Williams, ths regular full Used ui a n result of the Kama that it Is doubtful will he nt to start again X! hlgan n Saturday. The sams IS true of Boss, tii left halfback, that i:. it h.-r "f these two ba -ks is likely to start against Michigan, but win he sued for Cornell on Thanksgiving Day, l u-rr will get tirst choice al halfbs (k in ROSS'S poaltlon and Hawley, who kicked the goal on Saturday, will ct Miller s job at end. The coaches believe that Hell played a splendid sunt n' quarterbu k against Dartmouth and lr tend to make him a fixture there. A" tho varsity men who desired t" wi" allowed t. take this afternoon off. Tho 1 resull was that only Miller Btld Tlghe I reported for work. However, none of the men Is suffering from any serious I llMBirles and (ihotild he tn first class con- ditlon by Saturday. PROVrpVBCX, P.. I , Nov. t. With the exception of a few slight bruises th ll iimn players who participated in the i vale B..me Saturday reported at An 1 draws Field thlx afternoon phjiateally I lil and i 'ady far the hard work lu at ore i for the il t.i" Harvard gains next ( Saturday. PoUard, who performed so I brilliantly ugalnBt v.r.c. was the only l regular who wax not on handi and hs was detained ' a reoitatlon, An e. I irenvely light wopkout deslgnsd for Hm ! berlng un puruoaex was the programme J mapped out f. : the afterivoon. Ti-.e var- K.t;. team did r.ot even line up, content ! i;.; Itself with handling lha ball on pur.tn tr.td forward iasoa and a run ! around the .1. Id, OABI 11 : and Welch Ps . Nov. s. Poaohei Kail. a a- i In. nan va; - sity players them to do Ol 'der track i rest to.iij'. and romitrrd a few tu ns ivrotini thsj on In-1'nr F'r-M nnd w-aVk ' Renewed Determination to Atlantic City Improves Entire Squad. How ThoseWho Bet Regard Football pRED SCHUMM, the Brooklyn betting- commissioner, re port the following bfta offererl on football sanies: $1,000 nt 10 to 7 that Princeton heats Yale, $-!,000 nt 10 to 6 that Harvard beats Yale and $1,000 at 10 to 7 that Harvard heats Brown. In Ute nuri-oumlina eiuntry In order to I Tiiiie- up tin ,r masehw. Tlie olsver tluit did not get lu S.-iturd.y's game ag-slisit MOIy Cross, together with tb" .-'ruri e,evsn find reservr through a stiff praoikax. el even, want Anv Aitsnt'. Mh'h., Nov dissension again ha.s luok 8.- -Internal n out In the ranks of the Michigan foot bull J, am nnd. as a result Btntnn, the veteran end, win hot Is In the lineup against Pennsyi I Vahla on Saturday. Benton did not play his USUbI game aaainst Cornell last week and when the Wolverltm COBch Bailed him rlow n between halves be refused ol return lo the Held for the second half, turning in hi, suit at tin- ctubhoUXB, . This Is hut the oul'-ropping of Wad feeling which lias existed within ths , team all season, causing llie withdrHw-ai of Bberweln from the squad last week after a similar BMeroatlOB with the coach. The lack of cooperation between coach and men has iMt-eu apparent alt season, and the failure to work In hnr muny has been partly rssponsihls for the p,or showing made by the Wolver ine this fall. Yost let his men off easy to-night, aiv Ing them a long drill at ths signal after a kicking ami passing session of mors tilt u an hour. Ax VAPot.ls. Md.. Xov. X Though there w no acrhnmage ut the Naval Academy this afternoon, mu"h time wa. devoted to xlgnal work and formation drills, dur-1 trig Which some new offensive play were trie J. The playx are different from any thing tried before this yrae ami looked j promis.ng. i spi .ones wa on l is field In uniform, 'ait did not Play, and It Is believed that be will be luc k In the frame 1 soon. Von liPiiniiurg;. who hn boenl kept out of the game by Injuries for a wee.; played thla afternoon. The back field was mad- up of Craig. Davis, XnU and Von Helmburg. . . , tVTT I'ms-T. X. V.. NOV. I. A oris,, , walk in the woods for the varsity men who participated In Saturday's, hard game with Notre liam" und a light workout on the flalns for tho rest of the men on the squad was the pro gramme for to-day. A skull practice in the gymnasium, acoompanted by a WMWHWH ,,,-llloiis i i ,i , a.ll lino ", Xljre nj' in e roacnes, loppeo on t i- uay a worn, Neyland, Pord and lludnut we the men whose Injuries Itept them Hie thil afternoon, but all three will be back or. duty thi week. Sof tt ItEnti BHBM, X iv, .While th. Lehigh varelty men were limbering tip bruised muscles In a signal drill to-day, the scrub were being taught Lafarette pi iys. All the varsif men were out, but It will take most of the week to get rid of minor injuries. The Xew York University football i team had I afternoon spent the i ligir workout yesterday oino Fn id. Coach Kellly afternoon Insl rut tmg bis Charges In kicking and passing, and In giving both the Hrsi and second teams l l"iig signal dl ill. The problem of finding e suitable quarterback is becom ing more serious as tla seas,,,, pro gresses, and the roach is paying par ticular attention to the candidates f'.r that position, Manley unit Olswana have proved unsatisfactory to the uoafh ins: staff. Potter, fhrlstopher, iirsiicr and Ham ilton arc the only ntlier men who could he used, unless McCulloch Is shifted from end Many of the regulars, In cluding t'ann und lagan, erere absotd from practice yesterday, .h-wdan wax tried at centre lu the plain of Hons, , Who wa Injured On Saturday, ami Boko. lower was nut in at guard, ilia plact wa filled by Bcbwaldel. l-'nrdhani had a strenuous practice yesterday that Included every form of gridiron work from a simple rudimentary I ,ir;it to a stiff si nminaxe aith the Maroon prep eleven. The l'ordham youngsters kept sifting through th IWa rootl lines, much to the disgust ol' Poarll Vaughn, who says h win nnd a remedy If he has o substitute a half dosen man III the rush line. .'apt. Dunn threatened to return to fundamental praotloa for one week utile-., great improvement in handling the hall and tackling Is- shown. The hue',- fW.t.l n-l.fli. I,i n.-,.,r Muiillln lu v... ... 1 part of the eleven showing results and a air.u aini'iinr ni preparation is neeoeu t " meet Hhnde Island State cn Saturday For the fir' time in two rccek all the Stevens regulars were In their places ut practice yesterday afternoon. Uapt, Todd, Quarterback, and .Marshall, half hack, were the lap' Olifiplos to report ai d they both had a short work. nr.. Praotloa consisted of an hour's signul drill. Which was followed by half an hour of tackling practice, it. r 1. conn s to HobOlten next Saturday and If all g-.eri well this week Slovens should he a' Its full s-renglh then With every man tn his position. rv............ You cannot me;i.-we the TWIN'S! X l.v any tamiarils igVfl thotr. the oar let for itaells You mutt ride in it to knoll (he new meaning of niotorcar gufficiencv PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPW1 NEW YORK Rroa.lu .IHmMMjMHf i. YALE TEAM WORKS HARD FOR SHEVLIN Men Forrt'il to Cut rins,. ,,Um Kcpp at Mffltal I 'rin -tier in Row I. vWiACK RkFIiACESs mat j New IfAW.s, Xov. x. V i 1 1 liio this teaton lha Vale fisill ib 1 ers with I o'clock recttallo I allowed to leave Ihn m Id In i n I tend them. Instead they rmiiuii , ' bowl and ran off signal . The w n. il practice la-led I iv o hour., and land wa- profBosd by a Bhort talk tl i ri , III t 'It half ' It coaches op the lesaonx p In b ii iii ii 1 1 . the Hrow ii game. If any otin thought tic Yale f... ;l ramp Wal xtBBBBd In gloom t'" . dlMlpated this afternoon, t'oaeiiei .. i I players were too bus. to think "I tl) possimniy oi ' urii.w iirsi ninimiay , the hands of thi Tlgirs. Tin busiest ! man on the Held wa Khevlln, limn I whose xhoutdera has fallen Un riisaii. I blllty of dualleatltig his own I nn Whetl II" IIPTied Title tisithill 1 1 1 , down and made B winning loam out of X losing one sheviin drove ins rha rgee at top -p.-p-i all of the time. If In- can help It th-n is going lo be no fnlti ring and no hei lu the altaek of the Ittue eleven i -".t Saturday. The becktteld WSf hai I rapped by the presence of OuBmsey, who was xubetlttlted at fuUbBck because ol the Injury to Hoovll'S left thumb, (itiern acy has been playing on the Meot eleven BlBCa be returned after an it j irv and lias not been playing With Bingham und 'apt. Wilson for several weeks, i -spite this handicap ha played sii ami the backlleld got off tho plays in go-si shape, with Sheviin behind the.m to k'sp Up the pace Yesterday's trip to the Faru.liifton Country Club and a day In tl." ot-n air showed lu all the work of the eleven to-day. Tho men will need all of their reserve vtrengtbi bowaver, for :o- morrow's practice will UlCludx prt lice game against llie Yale freshmai team, in which an opportut ity will ! giicn to see whether th' Yah attack an maintain the pace which fhevlis set In to-day'l signal work. lilck Kent, the big guard who hai made a creditable show.ng t.i tht fee gniics m which he h is p! iy.-l II - son, was repinceo to-uay oy was i . tain of last year's freshman teata Mink does not weigh as much a KSIH but is a more dependaoie player, n thi opinion of the coacher, Tim :n bus been unable to take part In - n I mngn since the Lehigh gaii"-. ln Htikle wa twisted badly Black a i pe.in d to he physically lit t I got a good deal of ginger into hi w.-rc With the exception i f these re changes va: stu Slty Ida rt of tii ed to-. I.i Brown I It did ut tin ARMY-NAVY TICKETS HELD IT nlstrlbutloii Delayed Iii Keep Them i rum Bgeealalors, wr.f r Point, n. y . Nov, i for delay Is holding u,i Hie dlsl of thv- Army's share of 11 tl' - f the Ar;i,y-.Viv football n-i ne : at the Pol . Oroundx in New I November ST. 1.1 ut rharles H secretsry and treasurer of t; tr Athletic ObubcII, said todaj i -tickcU illl not Is' in the ma November ie. Tin extra p that arc hetn., taken t) the uutl - ' ' iii ettarga of the dlstrlbutl a. ' iiastc-ijoards out of the lianda latara aooounta tut' llie d-'la i them out. Bach ticket w i I name of the Individual t whon Written in Indollb'a) Ink' I Hundreds "f l it. :- n .-. .-.( i t j distribution begai will s iih i ' ; uniil it i ooinpleted, Th' ! a en has an upturn u:; sevt al 1'.. . i- I -. whi.-h w ill he xotd through tlw N Vers National league Baseba . lul gueatB on the Army Athletio i out . toi ot-darx far xuoh tlnkeii arlli be 1 '" only when recommended by Officer Or A Vilian WhO is I .- I '-. - ar to the atuletlu council. I'heelts i-i it is- matla payable to tii. a-t- ti luti,- ivunril hut shoukJ la i,tt tii New vork Baseball dub wit for the tickets. The tulce ,r lu .' t aru w Id lis $3 each. COLUMBIA OARSMEN SPKF.DY osch lllrr I'lrn.r.l nt BboWlug C'pe ! Tlmr Trial n llnil.es Coach nic took advantage f smooth water and had his va '. on th Hudson yesterdii) for . I fie trial i He did not BBnounoX t' . time, bill iiiiiiner thai Indl ated sal w ith the showing of hit men varn'ty paced the first boat a i pt a high stroke t iroughi ir th, '" Both H1-.WH were rowing t ' str'kej to the n, mute tt tb 'The man ere working pr '" and OgaoB Itloe, "and look I i nre goim; t , give Yah l'jrd day. I'ni not pre-tic s ' but it ao-rt be a a-nlkovei for - - . I tain Bratton said i i would hrve raue f r rejol 1 I men row I ha well -ai N'---bor Prlday a they have in the Hudson, Despite " e rent 1 psce 1 splashing or rolling of th i spacing of the varsity was a pool of .xo. - a o-ir -vis - i post whdti Btroks Bratton pti for the next sTo'te Hire s nt .out twelve feet, Ii most n-ews BXn d I a' the ' ability in June. Kne ral!exi Bbtltty to dr:e the shell si stroke will he an ' r ag..int a craw of '.. Ys'e. .....o the i-iipat itv of f? ! 1 f B s y