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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915.
Record Run of 308 Made Against Cochran by Hoppe, Who Wins Tourney Fulton Matched to Box Wiilard HOPPE VICTOR IN NAME OF LOU-DILLON IS TMIRNF.Y: CRUSHES POWERFUL INFLUENCE WOODWARD IN TOWN TWO TICKETS WILL FOR A SHORT VISIT BE DP AT N. Y. A. C. 10 GOVERNOR APPOINTS DWYER AND FRANEY Oeneva and Albany Men i Boxing Commissioners to Act With Wonek. COCHRAN, 500 TO 18 Breaks World's Kn'ord fr Tournament Piny With ( luster of :. ALso RUNS 71. 11 AND 44, AND AVERAOE8 II 5-9 Button (teats Vamaua and Is Third Slosson Fourth, Jap Fifth. Mayor Sixth. Dam's Reputation Causes Two Year Old Expressive Lou, by Atlantic Express, to Draw Top Price of $3,000 at Old Glory Sale. tin: MNtj aTAWomo. PEh aw i it .Si?;!; Nut I un 441 II 1 l J M-" "t Taniada .87 I 4 l Jj i fiMl Hun IK O A AH ! It- H6-1J4 l.ln avrrac. lnvnr. kiuit hif Mat of vtatotlea clean mi WOt) tlrat iirl. In the is. 2 Wkllim M(t Htock Fiirm Hiitullciip ill tli MW lorn hlh clnie. ymnm cart Mil IM Cocliran. Ih.. 1'lii. aga youniraier. in Tin- B11 Mr mia, Thut It puye to l.rceil from mares which have a terra t truck racor.l win proved yesterday afternoon when Kx reHlve Uou. n t wo-year-old, Hold for the top price of tlt.nnn at the old Olory eale In Madlaon Hipiarn Carden. Tliia youiiRater waa bred by C K. Q. Hilling at hla "urlee Neck Kami, CMMBi Va., and Is by Atlantic. Kxpress. 2:07. out of Ixu Dillon, 1 lllH, Atlantic ICxprree, though useful an a sire, had no audi Record as a racer as the dam of this expensive youmcater, which realized n price that far exceeded any other offer Ins;. Lou Dillon was the champion trotting mam from 103 to 112, and In addition to the wonderful mark of 1 tllM ah travelled to wagon with I'hlan. the champion of to-day. In 2 :00. HevernI largo ooiuditnmcntK were dis posed of yesterday, but the price paid for Expressive lou placed the furies Neck Farm lot .it the head of the average prices, with twenty-two sold at an average per head of $431. fin. furi ously enough the Curies Neck Rirm hud hand In boosting the avcragi of the Or. There were two mares among thowe i Farm, Huffa lo 12." I Harveettaa, br. f L hy Tb liar- vaautr- llaron luv . ; V. ;rlrT,ii. llr....k-...'l, Onl 110 Flra; ClztMa, lir. e naanlll.v. 15 The Hi. r v i u-r . j 1 1 . 1 ,n.l " IV in. Ha In-line, III 40 atajrwiNPth, rn. . . aaanllnz. by The Harv. ater -NVlIla Wurlhy; A. M-- lMa.M. I mttn a 11 ' I7R Eatai..- H li. I. f.. .aiiltng, b The llarveater -lamlar Wilson; K. la Burk.'. Itockrtlle, Conn IM luy liar Teat er. !. o., weanling, hy The M: .. ... r Mh Uliy; II. C. Cruft. lllea Cove, U 1 6 I Kxpraiwlva Low, 111, h. f.. 2, T M I Innitr HuffB lanj Dllten; W. (YiiHf.iTiJ, Nan York MM 1 Ilurvi.aiineti. ! c., tvearillne. by Tho Harvtai aiMtuflMi c. I, I lean. . 400 i Wiatar Wheat, hr. f.. waanlln. by l Th.' Hurvaa.r -Ynsati J ; Jarol. IV. th. nratig... ,N. J 310 ll.u Ciar. Irr. e . weanlliig. by Thn I Harvester -Zarrtlie; K. U Burke... 42f. Harvester frarit. D, c . weanling, hr Ttio llarve.:r relehn: W. H. i Vandeppoiftl, gfew Turk tM PBOMBWT K IDHAL stik'K vaiui. I Bat en re-id, '. m, li. by ToJi -Hu.a..'. i Helrne; It. V. Wni'e. Kael ' Aurora, n. y I'oo Able Id. b, 3. M The Al.b'i- Helena TSaldi Wi Jackson, Ne Y..rk 40 i Uvrn Pvargraafti lr. g.. by lor.l Plreot Kvii Cm lities i k. Brow nell, ,. bridge. N. Y 4ni President of 17. S. 0. A. Hopes ! Lively Election FlRht Over to Attend Conference on , Nominating Committee Amateur Question. in Prospect. BUSY ON GOLF PROBLEMS RIVAL SPORTS VIE AGAIN FRED FULTON TO TRY FOR WILLARD'S CROWN Heavyweight Champion Agrees to Meet Big Oklahoma Fighter in New Orleans in March Bout Will Be Twenty Round Affair in Open Air. h defeated W elker rmt to market hv the Ideal Stock Kurni I Utile Bra. blk. f . :. by lord Oliver vmiii.r.r in tha I . ami . iiu .... Mm i,,.,l,. ,i fJvo Hall J 11. I.yn-1.. Norwich, llnal match of the series, aoo to is. ine matobi which wns the moat one aineu tf the t.Hiruainrnt, waa utiythlng hut fe:itureles. lloppe broke tho world's imird high run In IM tournament piny wlen h clicked off 3US in hie second Inning. Tim run It Juat one belter than ho former I onl of 107. which llM wna made by HoMM, The wonderful atrliig was lomfnUod when lloppe nilgseil a atrntgttt ball to hall ah t that evin an ordinary player im.-M b rea ajOdabty sure of making. The winner nvi iaged .".-:, nltli olh. r rune of 71. 61 and 44. while c.x-hran s.nred In only lour IIUllnM making ah average of I'rlor to their meting laat pight neither of tic playcra had lost a match and tho big hall wbk crowdeil to capa city, for tho blUtard MthttalMti expected a great match hOMtWO of prOUng CToOh ran's brilliant showing. Hoppe'i 1c tory, heniiles living htm tlret place and d'-uion: tiati iK that ho Is ho far above the others that It 11 almost Impossible to handicap htm, carried with It a flrn? MftM of l M9, Cochmn, who tfk n-.-ond place, gets TMj lieorge Sut ton. In third place, V0 ; fourth money, 1499, goon to Ceorge y. Slosson; fifth prlz.., I60 to Kojl Yamada, and sixth pilr.e. J3n, to Joseph Mayer. Hoopo'fl grand avenige for tho five games, 3'i ;i-77. nmre than doubles tho grand uverage of any of the other contestants. lloppe won thO h.tnk and gathered two off the break. Init failed to get the tvorlea together and mlsscil on hie third trial. Cochran could not score In his first nttvmpt and the champion came right hack for the start of his record run. His young OPpOBOtlt had left the jloiws In glorious Kelton for Hopix.. and the latter made the moat of the leave. HO had the IVOTlM down at the foot of thO table and kept them there In masterful style. The champion didn't :et into any real trouble until the I'tltth shot, when he overplayed the iJXlls and left the Objoot balls In opposite colliers on the same long side rail Tho crowd, whfth had ,ivci, him a great ovation un Ids jias Ing the tan Century mark and was look ing for a new record run, boMMI to feel 1 i hut there would be no record las; night. Hop;, howovor, asootttod a iaut!fui (OUT cushion around the tiitile ahot, hut It did not OM0 the situation any for ' those thai wanted a now high run raoord, foi it Tailed t j loooon the tialls. Hoppo ball to make tho aatne shot gVCr again lo s. ore ntBQbM an,1 he did it perfectly, ulng only throe cuaiii no thia time. atUI tho Ivorteo failed to Mopondi and twloa naire liappo had to travel hard to count. On his IT'Hh tr." the ohantplon finally brotMfht i!h j pberea down lo tii. fo-n of the table 1 and bod them lying side by sido on his ' next strok.-. I':ue;iig the 100 mark. ! Hopiio atiii had the Ivorloo together, a:d ' UMWO Hc.eli..i no rlaiantl in ihe world why h ahouMn't Heep thent thr. tho gaiili waa over. for a chanco to Increase the cmciency of his stud, bought each for the nice price, of 12.00". These also have speed qualities, one being Ixvttle lae. hy Moko, with a nvord of 'J:7.. and the other yueen Abbess, by The Ahbe. with a record of ItOtU, The twenty-two In the Ideal Htis'k Knnu . onslgnmenl sold for only a trifle less than tho Curies Neck lot. One feature of the sale-" yesterday was the good prices realized for young stock as against the older horses that had proved their ability on the trotting tracks. It looks M If owners and train ers are rendy and willing to pay big money for untried racing prospects and 10 take their chances of developing the Inherited speed. All except three of the Curies Neck farm consignment weanlings, which makes the high ibe more remarkable. 'I In iirlce paid for one of the weanlings was , for Harvest Czar, by The Zarrlne. which went to K. ltockvllle. Conn., for J2". nt Th llurvra!' sold Well them looked as though they posse N. Th- Pigeon, b.k. g.. I prlncei A.inin, Mi l lie tlranvllte, ! M.irb.r' .1 o 8. by The Abba ii.org- llanna, S. V 4. b Si-ra II Kay 11 ii. w,vsr. by nSJjaM ln- n)e 450 1,001 Helena To.1.1 . w. Th- Un.vln. b:k. g.. ! a i iesn s ll.nigllter; a. yi -PoflOkli lii-lla naH:la LaHtla Ums ? "", b, m. 7. by laoko l teMi Ourtet Nech rtWm, Cot- man Va Ou-'it Abbiwa, 2 034, nr. ni.. ... or I Tim Abbe "Jl. n Hegent ldeai; Carles X. k Kxrm.. ,. , . tn.li , o.....n, Maali t- a Dray, ojivmaeea, Maes M J.-niil- I .-an. blk f. 3. to- fringe Ingontar uuaen it.ireiit id. w, .Her. m. Jobnevttle, If. v.. I PHOIHRTI OP BVIMON RlVaW CAHM. sir Itarque, eh a, I, by Petar the ilraal l"l-.,., ,.nUur.-l T IUl.111 till. UUI b.s- r ... t . Mr S: Maruue. eh. v-anllng. by MR Haxqtw aania aawerwyi " n 11 ill. INiughkeepde iianeso. tv.u-niv: li iiv.hr.- Hrook'yn 1. Murke of ... ,N,I V ,,,,. ;;-.,, i.r f.. 5, by All the get I sen.. i. Hate- Dolly Wilkes; 11 Mid most of selllea. aea "' a.-.t t anil awnw were aver- boot Did r, tOts full share Of the Slee.i or tneir hwv , '"Another big consignment was frotii th Httdgon Valley Sh-ek l'arni. omiril bv Col. Jacob Hupiiert. These were by no means the best of the farm and did I not bring high prices. Cot. Ilnppert is ; sellng out a portion of the Mis-k as purl j of the f irm Is to be used for other pur DOOM, The best sales ! PROPMTT OF 7USXJCa NBCK r.n.l i o. tr, rn. r 1. n Ora.t .Hacmess Evelyn. 37f, MM Top i aitinlhuy. by Merirc. Axuorl'iv The uriu., latnlei B.ihr... Brooklyn pnopRRTT o vahiouo owfrana. Bpheoetaa, ::17.. b. .. J. by Memear - itoso: P o le, Pali eon MM l Qopla. liOli, li a, by mngan - Hamteh: w llalaapple, Row .rk.. 4t John t Hal, 1:144. paotoi b e, s, by .b.iin it tlentr UolnkOii T. A. t'rowa, Toronto l.SIi0 Bum Baron, br. . 4. Mr T Bareo II.-. t .i.w'Tii rinraa: li. ii. m aia. Beading, l a ;','' Morntna Unestn, .r a., i, hy Border Knight Chaperon; 4 Og0oburg, x y s,-ars. fM M'YEY EARNS DM WITH SAM LANGFORD ROBERT HUNTER LEADS ON PINEHURST LINKS Keffio HMvyweighU Box Ten Wee Bnrn Golfer Eight Steokci tiood Bound t Openlnt of New Olnb. fnder Neareat Bival in nalifvinu' Bound. .ani two r. UUfard and Sam to heavy weigh' Ing ni..re Importance, watched the bout aatlaflad. HO It lO'.K dusky MoVey, tho boxed ten vmerlcan spon- ,,f evi n rounds to a draw a. in .'I.O, l .Ml II Hill ,i. hi, crowa vvin -ii .... mIm. 1 ..l... .1 ..... ....1 .l.ori.ltCH.V s, .- .villi srent. o " PtNRMt iijt. N Co Nov. Is. Itobert Hunter. Wee l-tnr:-, led the Hold of forty- j,-,': one In the qualifying round of the tw. ifih annual autumn golf touriuunonl her.- t..-da: . In eeoond plaoa, eigiit K. C. Shannon, Id. hnaar will gi I ..r...,.i 1 .Sl ser l.-.-S. It I . . ae.,niad that ,,,,, tsni, , ,hP I PMarleV v one. r. -. b,Xg' commission hi. opinion Of WMMnJw.n. worn not trymu hnrd . hOUgh, is thOUgh the two I nro.-s, ...... I a; ...r. .m- irnr- he maximum i range.1 l course ana " wns tne I th.- n li r i .. . u,l,.,,1-tte.l wh. II ! he rere I ho the highest total thai Wat ko-1 ?..r a place ' Venetl Prank 1. Woodward, president of tlte I nltcd States liolf Asnoclallon, said yes. terday that If piwisllile he would be pres ent at tho meeting arranged by the In tercollegiate A. A. A. A. to dkacuss the amateur question. The t'nlte.1 Htates iolf Association is one of the many sport governing organ- j Izatlotis which havo Wn lnvltel to sen.1 representatives to the tneetUig which Is j lo h held hOM on neccmlier zs, tmd lresldcnt U'nmlward thinks that the matter la so Important that he wishes to bo one of the V. S. O, A. reprneenta tlvee If he finds Its possible lo do so If he rutin, .t attend the nesting In per son Howard r" Whitney, the aeTetary. will be there and perhaps both will take part !n the conference. Mr. W.sidward, who is In V"W York for a visit of a few days. eaJd yester day that he thought that the OOnfOrenOC ought to a impllsh a great deal of good and that the 1 S li. A. will do ajl It can to help out. He said that the golf era of th vtir.try wen- receiving Hie t'. S. il A. amaleur d. Unit Ion . fNUnOd early In tho year. In the Iweit possible aturlt, and that he should like to see the same spirit Of rtsiperatlon leiweet. ..fTl CalM anl pOI tlflaJllltZ extended to other forms of aport. The I". S. i. A. nominating committee annoiiia-eil the reiiomlnivtt.in of Mr. Wnntlwiirm on Monday, and he Is devot ing part of hie time while here to goinng matters. It is prohahl. that MHM Im portant aiii.ounceuienta will he made by the L. J. O, A. In the near future. MTDDLET0N TO LEAD STEVENS. New aptaln le a Vrtrntn of Tkree Veare atandinaj. At the annual Stev.-ns football smoker It was MnMnOod last night that Morti mer Mldilletcn ,.f Hast t irange had leen elected captain of next year's team. Mid dleton is a moffibOf of the Junior class .mil hss played In the Stevens line for three years. In 1:1a freshman and sopho more years he played better than an average game at la.-kle, but It was not until be was shifted to cehtn early this eeaaon that he showed his true worth. He did not miss a game this year. His prosjas'ts for lending a winning team next year are bright, for although four seniors a'lll be graduated there are many promising eaudulates In the squad of forty men who played through the season. The graduath g men are Cant. Todd, quarter, ill. lis. guard; Holnklt, end, and Soper, substitute back. BOWIE RACING RESULTS. , Plret Hoc -Two -yeersold ; eellhUfi puree , Itwi); .u Parionge edly Heavene, i"-' i I'.r- IrtngtflO), .trilght 11.10, plac 14 ". show 14. lira;-. Ootonol 'luteMiia. 101 fllaniaer). pla.-e iir.34, (how I17.M) ondi Nolll, io: iptli), show :: 4". thim Time. 3:1 11, Hr,sniv , Tr, I . BfOOtn .'"rn, i I4..tiiki. Cxerla, Bona Keana ..no Malfou f ulao ran s.sx.n-1 Rr.e.- -Thre -yr- .i.1a jn-l .ip ' i-.r i, erlilng; pur. I4M Ove and a half fnileno Pieoloii laynn. tin (gltewarti, S'r.-.lglit J 1 .'li. pla.-s II.M, HhOW 111) 10, tint; Plrr..i. tie . Hi- --., pin-'-- $4. .h -u I 13. -ii). second; Petd M..I. l" iVUkiauai. I sh.c.-. Il third Tiro.. ItOI 3-r, pro. tatrora. Chtmteuoe, .vn MctHMle, NIM, I iur .l.hn. Mi k:-l. Blue SaotUslj Hhju..h and Bundle of ltug. eleo 'tut 'rhtri Flace Tnraa-yaard and up vor-t; i-e,,itig, pur.". Itoe; ne and u h. I furlongs XaaH Ixirtune, IM I Pit.. a'raJght pl.u-.. I... tii. aii.o. i... .... nrsi ; i.u ..rue. 1". (aaihut Inger), plu a ?t 1". show 'S 4". second; Knvor Hey, ion Hinpio i. how 14.4... hint Tim... i ... s- ., ,. liar.... Mr. Bob, '. i a.. HavMwaea. Baby Co' -, iir.-iix Queen, rlantotfenel and w.s.-i. r.. r ..-.- rai Pkmrth it-e-e--The suih-m Maryland Handicap; f-.r ague; pur.- t:.-..... one mi. v.-iei. Hhoea 101 OMentheyi, letralgbl pkxea 11.41), sh-.M- 4.i". iirat - i ......i . ... . ........ . . .. Ttwil a lively election llglil Is forlh-.-oinliig WM made evident yesterday, when tWO distinct tickets were pouted for members of tho nominating com mittee which will have tho duty of re lecllng a ticket to be voted on at the annual election early In the new year. There was no opposition to the nomi nating iWnnlttM a year ago and conse quently the officers of the club were deeded without OOfltOOt. William If. I'tige. who has served three terms ns president, announced als.tit a week ago that he could not ac cept another nomination and, when that was understood, all hope of getting along without friction was over. There ha been a difference of opinion imiong the members a to the Improvements to He OalTled out .. t Trav.-rs Island and as usual the partlsnna of the many sports which the club caters to haae their little quarreli to settle. Under the preeent lyoloiu the regu- Isrs cannot M determined Ul til the noni iti.it m ar committee has boot! elected. The factions may make the whole light over the men to obtain place on this oorh mlttee and the beaten side may retini to patch up fences for another struggle a year liter. If not the ticket put up by the committee elected at the opoclaJ meeting on December 7 Will be the regu lar one. Col. Hugh ODOIIUghUO Is at tho head of one of tho tickets and this has he.-n Indorsed by ilOu members. Including Ar thur McAletuian. the captain of the club. Col. I t'l on. .ghue la iui old member of the club and once refused a nomlravtinri for president, but Ims served en the hoard of governor. On the other ticket, Wttloh was in dorsed by :t...i memln-r, are several men strongly Interested in the athletics or the organization. Those Include Har rison K. lltrd, a noted cyclist In his day; John C. 'iullck. secretary of the luh for many years, mid rip, John M llr. en, a former lirsl lieutenant. The tw o tickets I Flr Ti.-kel Cot. Hugh ' rioi aghue. fiiari .1 Warner, Dr. w. F. Porter, w Van A. CreUfhton, Dr. Jti.naa W I'lernrn. tie retail k I'latl ..n-i K-o.-r- vv.-!g ss. ond Ti. k.-: -Bdward 0 Droennlman, Harrison K. Ii-r.1. .1 -1- Atu.-r-.. I'h-bin n-ai. H ,i. ottman, John c tlullck and Dr. John M. Ilr.. CUTLER AND ROLLER DRAW. WottfeO oneeeeita In IMnDlna Other to the Mm. Chat lea Cutler and l"r U, V Holl.-r Mrvsii.si for twonty knlnutoa at the ManiiaMau Opera Houeta lasn mght ami nelth.-r was able to pin the other to the mat. The meeting th.. two Amer h'aiie was the moot keenly watched bout of Che . veiling. i limit line Tnfalos and Wlailek Ct.yazko ghat n i eetxei! twenty minutes to a draw, The is.ut waa an Intoroatina OnO all the way. The longest bout Oh the pn.gi.inin WM botWOOII Alexander AboreT and Her maun Schilling. Abarg WOP In I". ml:i- uteo ami .". zeconda Jess Willi, iil. .heavy welgtit .ihanndon of the world, will defend his title against Fred Fulton, SM BMP setiaatlon of Ute piaglllatli. flnnanwnt, In a twenty rouml ring Igittlo at New nrleans. In.. some time during tlg first week if next Marrnh. The exact dale of the tsnit has not lapn set. The announ.-oment of this Important glovo content reaivhe.1 New Turk late ycaterday aftertioon In the form of a telegram from IliHuluk'k Tort.'tli'li to Tien Jones, majiager of Wlllard Torto rrah with Tommy Hums Is promoting Hie match Theue men signed artlolea with Wllla.-il'e n-.rentatlvee smeral we-ltM ago, tfuaranteeitig the ohamplnn M,M9 if ).e ahoukl Is.x any white man tiny might PjahMt, Toetorloh named Ftiltnn as the challenge!- JrMtOr day. This next heavyweight chamisonohiii batih. Will la- staged in the opOOJ air at New il ;a.ut the week of the Mardl i!ras. Tile ring will la. pltohed either in the basol'iill pork or at tho race triuk. prefonatdy the latter place. At atiy event there will bf MbtlMzaPJfht. tloim f.tr itime than 10,090 nias'tators. Jon. salo yesteniay that Tortorkili and Hums had worked out ill tlsMr plans of jironioilon In dotal! . that the scale of priors aould range from I.' to -". Woran Hefuaea OWer. Jones arrlvisl in this .-ity Monday Iri th Interest of ids champion. tM WM gunning for a heavyweight of neputa- Hon, OM most lik.-ly t.. prove a real I card witji l.lg Ji.v. DotllHleM he had j Frank Moinn, amotUI others. In mind i When Ih. came. Ai any rate when he heanl that Fulton had !. ,-.. nameil he ba.1 Juot .smotude.l a OOfrferOOOC with the I'ltisl.urg blond. The rtteetirgi In Jonee'n oflhoo result, -l In tiotlilng more tlian talk. Mofmn apurned an ..tier of 7.r.on fW th prlvl. lege of a OhantTO at the lav Weight crown. Mofan ..xu-. that ho would la fodibah to a '.-e.pt auoli a paltry sum when ii llM g.-t quit.- :iy niiKih, It not morn, lor a return bout with Jim c..f- i l.y at .Ma. lis.. n ."square .iar.le.ti. NO rah I a..-. tasl indignant that Willaj-d, g.Mtin1: f;iii. in. i. tor his end, should expvt ouch a formidable rival as hlinsrlf to ls even ten round for 7..lM,. "U s up to you.'' Mid JonflO, "to tuk i it or Lave it. What did Wlllard : for wluniiar tho world's .ihampioualil.i from Jaoh JohntMin? Nothing, ais,- lutaty nothing. II.. was 110,000 In the hole after ii..- npjtii ih- simply gambled on the fortune mat awaited him In caM of victory. N'w he Is anxious to light again, but lie ..-xpe.-ts the lion's eluu ..1 the pulses until ho Is hMtOB I'liat Is no more Chan all the former world'O ihanii-ions received." I'ulton la a ilant. Kr.d Fulton, alio will have firs-, i-h.iti.v ,u Wlllard's title. ifa giant from ukuihomu. win. lias ..ii... Into proml pence only Within Hie I. .at aw month. Ho Is so, oral .u:s young. - than' the champion, but aJmoat as iniige only two Inches Mtiorter and nome twenty pounda lighter. Fulton has been tak- eiwlounly only within the last month Of two. Within thut time he knocked out In quick eu.iessloii Terry Kellar, Ar Miur Potty ami AndPa Andeison Ander son hefore he met his Waterloo vvas being grooineil for a match with Wll lard. Jones appear. I optimistic over tho financial encress of tin- venture of Toroorloh and Hum. He says that Wlllard drew record crowds In New Or leans for the circus with which he wan connected, nn average of Is.lbO for each i attraction of the two days stand. A Is well known New Orleans Is n Mecca ot the tourists and sightseers during the Mardl Oras. At that time the railways run cut rate excursion. Tho big lines havo guaranteed spe.lal light trains from Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, and other great centre of population at bedrock figures. The management -f the Mardl tlrav has promised to sus pend the gigantic street parade the day of the tight In order Hint there may bo no imp. .nam counter atlr.iollon. Jones believes that DOndltlOnO in New Helen n will he much better for a tight of this oallhre than ever before. Tile BuropOSJl war. he says, has laipularlzed American pleasure re.;!, while the re vival of racing In the ancient city of the South is hound to Improve I hi popu larity of New Orleans during its car nival week. AM. TO R1CKTVK KALAKY Wlllard to .et Ills Ham. j ftI Hard Ih to re, elve 119,099 for his tWOnty or less round .f boxing. Tlie I extra IJ,5ii" Is meant la cover travel ling and training expense, Illg J.-ss Is at his rauirh In Callfortila at preeent. Ho will OOPM l-.'asi by way of Now York shortly after tlm New Year and movi on to Nee- i IrHNUlM nix or seven weeks before his match to go Into hmvy train ing Wlllard poaUhrely will not ainar In public before hi tight with Fulton." said Jones. "Since signing articles with TV.roi.r1oh and Hunts he has refused sev eral offers nf theatrical en pavement a, "H'liv, even I myself turned down an oft'er of II, nun for one week In a local vaudeville house" roll, iudod Jones. Those wlio have aOCUaQd Wlllard of kvarlre ala.vo tlghilng Courage will have to retract such Lnolnuatlona. Wlllard is ti e tlrst champion of modern tlmee who bus agreed within ignt months of win ning Ills laurels o defend them against all comers it Is poiali. that IfOfan and Wiilard may light it, New York it big Jc di- POeeO of Fulton In New Or Using, hut New York is IlkOly to he forced to wail unt l the open air season because Wlllard ; in ixmseual pot mg anort of the New j Orleans offer, not even for a ten round i right. This price, of course, sei-ms pro hibitive for any Indoor elttb. The Qgr. . den A. c however, has not t vet do. spajr.-d of beating down th.- champion's price. A announced previously In thesa columns its offer of IO,000 for ten rounds still stntide. ov. Charles S. Whitman at Albany yesterday the nppolltln Frank uwyer of Oeneva and Infill PTzvnoy of Albany lo membershln on the Slut Athleth" CoWimlMlon, Which ...a. trols boxing In this Mtxtte l'i-i WonOh of New It ..la lb , a.Ilig . ... man of the DfOMnt bMrd, Wai upgil .. -i several weeks ago Wench's ,,f 09M9 will expire December ;t ul ins yOiir, bill It ka believed II. Hill he appolntisl. Franei Is to gel until .1.:-. nary 1, 1IM7, and liwy.-r OhO yeal longer According to apparently well founded gossip, William F Mathewson la In ii. named noon as eecrctary ..r the ...in. mission to succeed Charles J Harvey who has held the olTc. all ugu.4t' Iftt. Th new commission mjcCMdz thai .if Frank U. o'Nell of Blnghamton fi . f HhM)i John J. Dixon, Brooklyn, znd .lame 8. PlleOi New York, Which ..-.r-atisl under the Frawley Ian TheN Commlsalotiers noted WtthoUl remtl :a. tion. gee rotary narvey was iin- .. salaried official, t'uder the Malot I each of the new f!ommtMIOners, jji the new secretary, will re. . u. in ri'ir. . Male lax ..I . , Instead of ., per cent as prevtou levliMl on all Losing i-lubs Th Commiesloners will moot Within days to select a chairman and a tury as provided by law. former Chairman O'Nell wi moved a few weeks ago gnd K Wench appointed lii hi place. mloolonof Price reelgned just o'N. ll was removed. Frank Dwyer, one ..f Hi., new mloeunora, is wel known in ano clie throughout tl untry beca iiis onroor a a piwfrailonal ball lie was a pitcher with A. In... .' Anson's Chicago Colt away INS!" He lolned Cln, innafl In tl . I 'Us and was with Hu tu to ll i er I he played under Corulekey in c ,k. Itjf lat.. years I iwyer noted tut i I for Hugu Jennings' Detroit T wijziMnien loner rmnery has ueen i neni In poll t Ice in Albany fo year H is a strong nupporb William Ramea, .ii Wl llu 1 Mnthowaon is the Renttbllcmr leader rho Twonty.thtrd Aaaemtsy dieti1 BrooiOyn IT II ..i0 la il I A. t'on. .f'er of ror. lapi ( in rv Ci C. N. Y. Mwlzamer Hlrr ro-da) . The aai.unl fnierclasa .-H'luimli.ir ! at the College of tii... city of New Y'ork I will be held in the college pool to-day. I Manager BchultlUUl has arranged the meet for the purpose !-f dls.iverlrig any good material for the varsity squad. The Koptiom. .r.-a an- favor-d for flrat n honors. SOMBRERO BEST OF BREED I Mall Terrier tinned liy Max June. Telnmpha In Itiiatnn hot. l BogTOKi Nov. IS. Altogether 144 dot ; arc honohod in the show of th, !,,- . Liog i i ui,. wnioh opened to-da and i I nn through I'd. la v. Hull tei'riers war prominent in lo.day'e judging Wet .l.ui. of Ullnabeth, N. J had tin pi... sure of seeing his ChMnploi -hrelxl named a the boot hull !- ! er a eXlul.ltl.ill. In th.- ixgnja-iiilon of the Aln Lull the higli.iKt award Wont t Churnil Dingley Btoaaom, owned by iiaroi.i Olier of New York, the win being , ..- . triumph for the American bred m I'.ingley I ...,ss.,in waa pm up Bin nl the erat. CaiK.diau King Nob - lamhle. own. si hy Niirman M, and which took rhe winners dog rlbis.e 17. ah. pulichea As In. nenrod rhe 0 mark, "lie p.ac. a hi-ii- Hie "Id record lubd stoiiisHL, it WW apparent that lie was tv..rKlng under ejuito a atraln hi .as effort to ntnk a new high run. When he finally fUcked oh tin- 10 Ith alld the diowtl luul given tmi..o to Its .ipprovtil, li ...i... tuust nave hottVOd .'iu InWBrd lgit of relieC lit le. -l. aXd II DMOlblo that the :ene- nesa of the situation had a great 094 hind then to a., with l..s mlssiria t no next shot. ' was ..i-. which looked as g.aid nn noun tod. i uico more Cochmn went sireles and . Hoi'l'J did likewise. Then the ChkiagO )oungHt.-r Anally broke the loo wiien lie! mode one In the third lulling. His first goo re was made exactly an hour after tin' match had started, lloppe could not get his stroke buck and made only IT, In the text couple of innings, but It Wa of no avail for I'ochrun, for tlm hitter Bad got eld and stiff In his long wait for a turn and main only six. In tlm s'xth inning lloppe Anally got going again and made successive runs of 44 and 71. An eight In tho eighth In ntng Put him within "l of his goal and hr rjn out !: the ninth Inning Cochran did not Ploy as well na In Ms other game, but he was up against u dif ferent proposition. His handicap gave Mm no support, moral or physical, for It wns wiped out In the second Inning. The score : lloppe. t,00 :. 80S. 0. 10, . 44 71. II, 7,1. Total. "00. Avenage, a- I'S. lllfli runs, IM, II and M. .'mrlirun, into 4, I, 1. It. I, P. ". 2. To-l, tl Average, I Ilh ranr.. I, i; and I. Hefoio fetairg'i W Hoore, leofgo Sutton of ChlOagO, w..n tinr.l pine, for himself by defeating Kojl Ya ni id. i of Japan in th.. afternoon game, liin lo ."-. Although Sutton mail.! his highest Individual average of Cie tour ney, hy running out his four hundred point In twenty! Innings, lor an rerago of 161999, his play luken on ha whole u-g nelthof g."aKl nor oonzUtt . .'.a veteran hud four proaporou Innings, however, ami the &ved the da,. i.r htm. In I iiese four hoaakNi he made thfM nn rter of his points, and It WM notice ant., ili.it ..ii each rim ho fell down on a draw "hot i.y Ml getting luftlclent 11041 on the 0UO ball. In too thlpd in ning Sutton ran slx'.y. Four sessions later he collected lol, then larmedjnto bad form until the fifteenth Inning, when b counie.1 fifty-seven more and fofloWOd It by his very worst tpnll of p. ay, which lasteil until the twenty-llfth Inning, when ha fnftsTl seventy-four and tamo within five of rh game. He made the five tho next Inning. Va.inad:i showed the worst form h h ie displayed throughout the tournami int averaged only ! 1 8 -1' S . with hi 1-Kt runs netting lilm 19, If and , Th Jap, however, was ixinslNlently ba.1. Yamada lied three other Inning In which lie made more than twenty points and several when he cam' close to that murk. The score : Simon, 1004. 7. bO, I. 4. C. 101. 0, to 1H 11, o, o. 1, 11, I, J, tl, I, 4, H, t, t, It. 14. 5. Tot!, 410. Average, li lO-JG. .Ill' i runr, l"l. 14 -.1 I 60. ) aipintu. US 3, 4. .4, . II, 14, 'J5. !t, I. n. . i', l;., .1, 9. li, n. 0, 1". 13, 11. I. I, I, 13. Total, III, A - ..age 9 :-.. I'tga ruias 71. If ane If. It' ferae QOOMO 1... -,:. 1.1. vv mi, 11..1 ehen the 1.0111 was over, earned pretty certain thai is. favorable. l-.e- out lagreaalve. 1 mr- they sluuio nothing 10 say but .-very one hi meiort will M. Vev was the mOT .lie more ag i.aiuci"ci uaVos landed more hud more 1 ;'V ' ,, In Hie tlt-t Iliree .- olavernoM thai stood nut. n his left in ratnor in the firs! dlVleiOn, Th- two dlvWlotis wtlioh Qualified continue at match play, ..lie round a day, throughout the week. The S- iTl'. We kit Flret Mxteen Burn, 7:.; H. .' :: Donald Par All.-i , llallil.r- it-.tn- rl Mhaii nen . Yntir.g. 1 U illile! -.1. llr lot n i; J. A. Ib.'k-T. W.HMl- Maegklll, I'". T. A 11 A Waldron, Itrown, lluntlngdoii .01. ..r'b K..rk, 4; ' T. IIQZOtll ft Wllke: a..ri. V.-ungWoivn. 11. 4.1. t.U 11.:". sh. ; 1. Halifax, s. 1.. Jon... ,.( pi; (levuderli plnee I: Pelvln Dulioclc Denver, 44- oeeonil; Peacock, 111 XI -eft 1 . V . Smith. "lleldl.. I mi. thlr I 1W. 11 and lie Kepi j, . disconcerting numnm. tVhan the fourth round i-'g'" A Lmh more llg ... ,... in With hot and Jl I, )y whl. h shook M.A ey to lions eveiv now and then, f.fib and slxih rounds WOW seat- ..... .... 1 i. 9U j II,- BJ4rilH oeen-- - . and iM'L'.in 1 tie The fourth, fiiiford'v - Mi hn-ii k. i ii- iiiinl. ln, H i'li.UU" Ki tl3 . Kouthwi n ttitu 1 .Ki'-.n;. t; i n ii- 11 nut. w AMsl. v. :H . I' PlyitiAUtht lUt-tnnil H Bd: K. .1 rnrnnHn, hrAn ' , Mi J-hf .iHiipth. Vntintfitowni Mi T w ttwirr. v "in -.in . . . Hnnokwfg( 'oopwri -town. fT; .1 H. CUmkIo..!, Il;rtvM, ;.h. y. II, M1l1lfn. lUnnnwpAft, M; i T, nrlbi, TolfoOo, 10D: ... .. iSlcholton, Kw nt.- I furil 1"1 . JmW IttrD.T, BMtvlVOOlIf 0 ; in. c. nto(H'. Vouafftowiii twi H. o. Pbli- lips. St. An-lPfo.". l'3; !'lv;iri rrfptatlr, lUmuamleut. 108; ii. H leott, Invtnifw, ! i4i i . v. .r i t t- k SunnlnMAto, lot; .1. V. Stiflfl', Aiiii.lii.Iiill. 114.40, e ..1..'.; mill IV I, !H iS Ir.i'l.'a'-n, nauii l-.iO. Uilru. 'i iitiH. ; i: : tloU-I iny. fiairif" Hini i. : U4W) " riui. PI1 '. ' Iin- - "nir9f-'M;i.r-":'U i.nI tiii oVovnli -i'iiiiiK. iurst- $r."". una rati mi'i h i.xi H1 .1 M.iry W rrn. VI I .J MTag Kmr i, mrhiKh Its.:-, nhiou M.90, h.. v '.:!'., 'Ir-t; OttPtt Nontii l"4 (MajroM). jmh SJ. rihv III mmcntm', Munuti k. :t.i ..' othr-yi. e-ipiw HaoVo, third, riin9. ! llil, x":ilit. lr!inar. K.4i uMNMoMrOMi Wf Ii', I'uiiT Whit', ll-. 'i.tti itii'l A 'rtufo :i 1 run. St.Ui H-v ThP '(ir ii,4i ana 'in- 1 v..r.i. mMMtij: Ii.irr leVtMl 'li" Mil B t iixt99MitU' J ' 1 1 t 4 . atratcbtt tlrv: . Kitc I.40, 9hnm !?."". Buvton). R, i'-m ".ii.-li - I9tintlzf4. 1 y.' . !'! 11 U'k-k. t(fu ihk 1, V..,,tit J'.yiv in I 1 ')i'-UtV''r..W uVH rn. LwOVVlKh Uh" Kill fUMl fiiKtva. n uc''-, puij9i Mvfli imio tt 1 11 tvA twenty v.tt-i- P-tlnf P.n Tint;'.'! . mralcht is 44,,, pi;,,-.. 1,1.: 0, kUm ?. Rrat; ihmhk iN. nh ( MhHtTi9i1itrn 1, ' ii. BhtAit $',41. n'-a 'I'l'i . i'ri;4 i)hnwr ion w.:n (ntv iin. Hii.ivv li'.tv. thlr I. Tluw. 1 ;48 t-6, i,mi tiaiukln, Quln ..'. II 1 . V . it,. to. Hy st ".it. I""k'" ! . fV .ka M&4 4tunnr 4: ran. SOCONYi "o wa.Mi wwtn 1 wfDiT BASOUel Oft best blow being i-.. ...1 1.1,, no 1 ist win. 11 .!" . . - , ... In th eight ti '' "'."', ,1' th bom wnen a riaio i' st.-ani neiiino 11 hit t lilm from ,-ntli with a rain or ehing. nbaerved as bell. nest nunch 1.... ...on 1.1...1IV e-'"1 ...... -. - . ., landed on uamfioraa - '. u..,.i,.,.- damaJM, A straight ..,, .be fa -c bothered Langford In the nlutli. but didn't l" -....In. l.,ose III th.' .......... --hl.-h Ueot M.-Vey clinching. an.. ..i,.,. ' rub- il as We s could I"' XpeCted "f two boxers aaho were unus.d to it. Until men r.-,-,.ve.l generous applause when they OllmbOd out of the ring. BELMONT'S NAME DRAGGED IN. I'nriMier ot Hoery. "! TM Knii hll" a Mystery In Milt. varn Plaish. Nov. '-'S. -1 he suit -T th,. Hmnlro City racetrack the National 1-air ponv to break th'' ovners iigultiSt Llld KJUMWII1 latter1 leas.. f their propoity at Voniiers ww reaumeo iiHaai before Bupremo Court Justice Uor- -liaiwer. The plaintiff MntOIW llinl -tne fair company did not live up to Its: lenoo for i h.- property. I'rniik .1. MacKnin, h..r.lar of the Rfmptm City Asso.-latlon, was on th. stand most of the day. In 0r0aril imition he was asked If In- knew A,UfeTUt llelmont, and his r. ply was, "I don't think I would know lilm if I saw him. Just what WM I'1" purpose of this qucs- I lion wan not brOUghl out. Tho witness on the stand when court adjourned for the day was Ihivld Uirgn, assistant superlntendei.t of the track. He told of the condll Ions at the track at the time the war horses were DOITalled ' thern nnd of alxt.v-elghi nf the animals , dying there In three day, lie said TH horsea In ull dhd at th" track. BOXING BOUTS LAST NIGHT. Ait the 14rondw-a,y ."porting ''luh, Jliieny t'aj.p.-r kno-ked out I'liarb-y Moody In the k'.MIi round. Sandy lrei - giu-w.n and Charlie Women we toliavoj -box si, tnit -.rg-uson w.l;i not able to gfgJWgVf In the ring. At t lie Astoria A. . Itit.rlt.ni Toiimu , Murphy Uiioc.kcd out Ha tiling llogau In I Frtrm the atlttrw. of Mr. H. S. Firestone, President of tlte Firestone Tire and Rubrjer Company, Akron, Ohio, at the Annual Sales Convention, Sept. 28, 29 and 30, 1915. Over three hundred men from all parts of the, country were present. 'A significant fact, prov- in tKe service value of tkis extra rubber and extra fabric in Firestones, is this "An increase in total output of pneu matic tires this year of over 40 per cent accompanied by a very material de crease in adjustments. "And this in spite of t?ie leading pro portion of bi cars on Firestones. "It is tKe bifc car that punjshes tires, and, as you see, we are building our tires for the bifc&est work. "That it pays is proved by your records of sales." ffrettotte Non-Skid Tires Standard oilcosim rw The Sign ofa ReuableDealer MDTHEORLDfe BestGasoune Gasologue No. 12 "At last." "What's the matter, Diogenes?" "Never you mind what's the matter. Here, hold my lantern. Eureka! I've found him at last!" "Oh! you mean that honest man you have been looking for." "Yes, of course an honest man at last. And more than that he's an auto mobile supply dealer." "Zatso! Oh. well, that's nothing un usual nowadays." "What! You mean to say "Of course. You're a little out of date or you'd know. You can find a reliable garage man any time by just looking for the little red, white and blue SOCXJNY sijjn. You'll see that sign everywhere, Diogenes wherever there's a road wide enough to drive your fliver on. The dealer who displays that sign is sure to be reliable because he sells SOCONY Motor Gasoline a straight-distilled product, powerful and quick-starting, every drop like every other drop. You simply can't make a mis" Yes, yes that's enough. Here boy!" Yes, Mr. Diogenes." "Give me five gallons of SOCONY Motor Gasoline.' STANDARD OIL CO. Of NEW ()KK I'rineipel Ofiret New i orW tluttaki Albany 44 til ttftli uvuimL