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Intercollegiate Body Gives Its Idea on What the Term Amateur Should MeanBaseball Peace Nearer THE SUN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915. PEACEMAKERS TO REACH DECISION TO MORROW NIGHT jfrrrmiMin Bays Qonfcrtnce Will know BasMbsII'l I'nlp hi Tluit Time. HI 1 i i v PREDICTED BY ALL WHO TALK Cincinnati, "hin, Pee. 20. whether assn frill I"' perns it whether the Mtftl I'.'Sue snfi organiieil baseball dll continue loggerheads will be Inosit Wntnesday night. This was the .a'rrr.ant niHrte to-night by Chairman aJ, lien nun ,i ... .im ....iium.. ,.rrT1.. whl ! win me. t with rep re- MMitlves Ot the Federal Le.lRlie to-.- s it the Pinion Hotel to resume MfOtlatlOtll looking toward peaee In 1 1; i the , ve of what is b- M4 Hill h. the final meeting of th warring its CI airman Herrmann m:tt.-1 tin: there arc many details , he M tied. He laid the scheme of jet iplAteg an agreement on all ibises or notht'.g. hnr nothing further to say." Mid Herrmann. ' liryonil declaring that confident that everything will work alt :ill right and that there will he aaaes 1 annot we any obstacle that ifjld not he infrnttne." Tne re Pral of peace M gotiatioiiw n il: ..r n ti fon noon. It Is stated that thu ms-im? probably will laet through ', Inesday, when a final derision one sty or the Other will be reached. In o-morro g conference the major fafuca will he represented by the Na- oral Commission, namely Herrmann, Jobtison Md Tener. The Federal In hgsstl will he taken care of by l'renl i?st Gilmore and Messrs. Sinclair and effffhnian. President Harrow of the lr.tr rnatioi.al ' ague also will be in the wnferenre Col. Til Hu'on of the Yankees arrived lute to-day. He said peace Is prnctl r, v MiUfOd, hut declared that the al lotment of Federal players has not been Sfirked out. 11 declared a story to the ,t. that the Federals would buy a con Interest In the Yankees was k ipptrt atid mygelf are In to ata . ' he said. JOHSSOS SEES PEACE, tarries n l.eaanr . hlrf Learei hlcsao Cor t onlerenee. CglCAOO. Dec. TO Han ft. Johnson jive out this statement to-night as he is .v'.ng for Cincinnati to attend the ,-ha.l peace nieeitna: to-morrow : r'f American Ix-ague undoubtedly I .; ratify the agreement entered Into between the Federal and the National 4gefl tO-mOrrOVf at Cincinnati!, That' 1 a-1 going down there. reae 1 practically assured, hut before the User! u Ix'ag'ie Loen any further 1 had! hae a talk with ,1'idge Williams rear.! to the withdrawal of the b fore Judge laindlg, The suit OM be. withdrawn before any final ac m taken," I is". Iteg leaving the city to-nlgtv, said f irhi .tie of the :neeting WOtjld be 9 '.:-.s l'ke this : .. 1 ! neon will put his stamp of TprovM on the agreement bSlWeeH the 1 nd Federal leagues : vVeeghtnen will then hajgtle over to 1 office! of C P. Taft and lioso the !'. Ur the I'ulia. J T Federal t.esigue will then erlth- -. the lull before Judge I, and s sa-.;p-i I i, n. Then the loving cup. rrv. lev: Johnson war careful to es : 'i I no asm ment had been signed sltwe (he American and Federal rue- He asserted thai what had d In that direction had been entirely between the Federal and Na- i raguca, and what hail been agreed pen between tho.-e two had limply been tke nature of a preliminary arrange- : Hi said he fully expected to see frwldent V"eea;bman In possession of laeCubl n the near fttture. GILMORE LAST TO LEAVE. ffi Leader i:xihm-i I onteronee to last Several l)n. JtT,s A in re. president f tlie rif ague, was fme i( the few big setaali left in town yesterday. .1d l.e e'arted for CIlMlMMtl last night ftir spendlnc the day refusing to txn sep ;. it '.-it tn the manner oonunon ... - i inagnaUfi. Beyond an eg confidence in the euc ess of " pi tr ferenoa whioti beglna in ,n 11 o'clock this morning the . xecutlve kept pretty inlet. Uioui did admit that he thought' xmferenca would last two or three ; t. W ' . ' i. te when he left last night 1 V s ticlalr, the Fed club, Mgrs fati s,nui shrouded In try just not What he will get; o. . ..'erei.ee no one knows, but f e ..... . 'y ot las basenall :u. lire ' 1 noi i weifn upon him heaivily t ft aboard h:s train last eve- MASKED MARVEL THROWN. i Iteaagler Lewla POWM ' nknn n h,rl sirngsle. I i ,..,. , marvel of the wrest I. nf ! " II a mystery, but not quite 1 H Mi.- cotnpetitoi s in the I 'Ml uni ill I he Manhattan Opera ""re St rangier K'd laewia solved the i Wt f ; the personality of the mys- md pinned bun to the mat, Bt t, ondg of lively sf - g. a ,, i ... etginh man to iaekla ' I person and the only one to 'ip"'' I otlg to last night the i had i i i row ii live men and draw with the ni ghty I fftpplei M.erg and Stbysiko There Ii mystery ahont Ktrangler ' M real nam is Rotwrt Kr i : ,i tu have been graduated ' ' nhern college and is a young " . ii old There wan ' urti r i,ewis downed 'll marvel arllh a waist and body hold "I i:n boui was arranged for to "twroti giii For tins enoountar the krs ,, the M. M. are willing to unonnt up to B,000, The Vll v .t;,!i before 10 O'clock and will Mlnue in a finish. Thi lea ii,, I the man behind the "ax Dr, 11. V. Holler WM dispelled 1 lligl I, for tr.e dOOtAf appeared in the Jejh Hnd threw Hans Feur.st of Austria t I mln itei i saoonda, The wre"iiing H t'n- wv through was the best of ' tourney, seven bouts tlng etaged id ill going to a iinish in coRrpara Hy quick lime. Zbyrzko touted Kamarek in the easiest slHr.,r :V. a hodv sciKHors hold in 3 mtriti'i a Olnv minutes Mr v 'dc , tngi Mu'!,.r leroi d Corsie;, ewlv i , second Tof aloa, ttie Qrsgk, ne woo mar, Cart c. vngsi, in t IS seconds with a bark heave rg dlsposcl of l'urdello with latieeyy liold in It minutes II se ' cleorge Lurlch threw Altnit villi n side roll In 6 minutes g In lh rowing Joseph I'an of T. Hevonpaa used a nook and id and accomplished the feat tn i tr ii'J seconds. Definition of an Amateur Is Suggested for Athletes Executive Committee of I. C. A. A. A. A., Which Has Called Congress Next Week, Firmly Against Capitalization of Athletic Fame. PROVIDES FOR PARDONING OF PROFESSIONALS That the rnteroolleaiate Association of Amateur Athletea of America la ap proaching with all eerlousoeeej the trnmendous task of providing thla country with a lennltlon of an amateur that all govern ng bodlee will reaped was proved by the documents on the subjent twued yeeterday. A mo-ting of the delegates frm (iraotlaaUy eser' governltur body of sport.- will be held at the Hotel Astor neat Monday and as a preparatory movo Guetavue T. Klrly, on behalf of the executive committee of the I. O. A. A. A. A., hwd a number of suggestions outlining the proponed legislation. Thewe suggestions era comprehensive and appeor to cover pretty nearly every phaae of the Intricate quoetlon that haa been the euhjis-t of eo mueii controversy sltKe the caaes of l.egore, Brlcklcy and others came Into pubrlc notice. Mt. Klrby wanted It particularly understood that the documents handed out yester day contain suggestions only, tag. threw have been prepared carefully 1y the executive commli toe of the I. C. A. A. A. A. after cortferencea with the leaders In sports su.-n aa golf, lawn tennis and the trio k and field world. The suggestion will he sent to-day to all tho delegates who are to attend -Mon-tlay'e conference. They will have p'.enty of time to peruae them ami con sider their adaptability to the partleular eiiorts they repr,-een. It Is by no me.tns ejtpiv-ieii to flniah up the business of the i ongress at the meeting on Monday That afternoon will be devoted ohiefly to i blaming the views of t lie delegates and the appointment of a committee to p!as those views in proper legislative form. Mr. Klrby Optimistic Several meerings inay tie newMr belore an agreement on the vital quee tiors can be roaclied and many pereons Intaraotad in athletics botlara It is within hhe Isiunda of puealbllity tliat such an aureenn'iit never may be rcactied. By thi end of next week, however. Mr. Klrly hopes that all the offem-es Rjrainst amateurism will be oa.talogued and punishinetit to tit ea,-h "crime" wtII be devised. The congress will have no power to pass laws for u particular sport, but it te believed It will be reprcsentiitlve of ail the le.ullng sport.s and asiiiia in dulged mi by amateur. If an agreement If reached It will then be the duty of the different deUvaies to submit to their respective governing hodie the definition of an amateur agreed on and have ihose dellnit'.ons, with the oenaltiea inflicted for Violations, incorporated Ui the constitution and bylaws of the gov erning hiKiiea as goon a thnlr annual meetings come around That tl e suggestion will go through a. outlined evcji Mr. Kirby docs not be lieve They are arranged to coser ever)' possible contingency, but promlneM men differ on the ternm of many, and Mr. Kirby said laet muht that there were some whi.-h peraonall) he did not favor. If most of the suggestions are adopted there will lv very few loopholes lor nffandl is against the spirit as well as the letter of amateurism, yet In some In gtajloal the punishment for some of the offenders will not he as severe M some governing astociatlona inflict at the pres ent time. The definition of an amateur sug gested is extremely simple njid is fol lowed by acts of dlehurmcnt which, with one exception, that of capitalixatlon of athletic feme, follow very closely on established lines. The other causca for disbarment are fraud, coinoetlng for money and coaching for money, Aaalaat I ommerclallsm. The article relating to the capitalisa tion of athletic fame very dearly pre vents an uthlete from using the name he has made famotW In sport an a wedge to oht'alli money for services that could not In obtained by tho exercise of his usual talents ItTthe particuhir Hue of business . .gaged in. In explaining it Mr. Klrtiy sud that the feeling vva against a man si Ming golf or tenu.s goods unless he was a natuml salesnuui. Also that the pnir tloe of writing for r.'-wsrNitH'rii as special ists on their particular sjsirts was frowned upun -(specially cases In which a regular newspaper limn wrote the art!- lag and the noted athlete received pVy for having his name attached to the story or received more money for the story thS.il the regular rates for such work. The Idea that a man is not necessarily u professional in a'.l sports heivause he MOtiVM pay for one is rather encouraged in the suggestions. In providing penal tiis for coaching for mrmey Vind for rein statement afti-r the ooaohing perhsi Is over the suggestions are lenient In tho extreme. If the ideas are adopted a man who has competed for money in one aKrt may after a term of r)v- visiro apply to the governing tsvly of any other sport and may obtain the right to compete In any sport except the one for which he received mono) For coaches the road to amateurism is even more open. As soon as n man gives up coaching for money he will be ai lils-ri to apply to any governing lsly except for the sport in which he umohed and may Vie reinstated at once After five yeisTI he may become n amateur at the game In which he ooacred for money. Following are i he documents given out yesterday by Mr. Klrby. siiaaesilons sul, milled h I. A. 4, 4. A. as definite conclusions, but merely as uggestions. the I C A. A. A. A., through Its execiulve and ad visory committees, submits to the gov erning bodies of amateur siort for their consideration prior to the con ference to be held on Monday, Da i ember 27, at t o'clock In the after noon at the Hotel Astor and at which conference the "amateur" and other question of vital Importance to athlStiC OOmpatltlOfli will ha discussed the following : An matear. An amateur sportsman is imp who engages I" sisirt solely for the pleasure snd physical benefits lie derives there from and to whom sport Is nothing more than an avocation. Acta of Disbarment. A peison shall cease in be an ama teur by committing any o the fol lowing acts : fraud. A Hv competing or giving an exhi bition In any athletic spoil under an assumed name, or by hi ng guilt) of any fraud or other grossly unsports manlike conduct In connection there with. t'omgetlng for Money. B l y directly or indirectly receiving pay or financial benefits In considera tion of or as a reward for participat ing In any public athletic competition or exhlb.llon. t'lHiehlng for Money. C Hy 1lreoty or Indirectly receiv ing xsy i r nnanoial benefits In con siderajlon of or as a reward for In structing o- preparing any person in or for any athletic competition, exhi bition or exercise. Capitalisation of Athletic fame. D Hy grunt '11 or permitting the use of one's name to advertise or promote the sale of. or to a I as the personal solicitor for the sale, or as the actual ealesman of, sport'ng goods prises, trophies or other commodities for use chiefly In or In connection with athletic games or exhibitions; or By engaging for pay or financial benefit In any occupation or business transaction wherein bis usefulness or value arises chiefly from the publicity given or to be given to the reputation or fame which he has secured from his athletic performances, rather than from his ability to jierform the usual and natuml nets and dirties incident to such occupation or transaction. Associating With Profeastonsla. B By having played In any pX'hlic competition or exhibition uion a team on which there were professionals, hut who himself had not been paid tn play or coach, or who In any manner, ex cept by reason of such associating, lias not had his amateur status aifaotad ; or Without having fl-"t obtained the consent of the organization governing such sport, by having participated therein In any individual public com petition or exhibition with or against a professional, hut vvlio except by reason of such aUJaejciaglng has not had his amateur status effected Pardoning- Power. Any organisation govsf ntng a sport shall hay the power to relieve an othh te or the cffsi of Lis commission of any of the nets by which he would Otherwiae have lost his amateur status when it is shown to its satisfaction that su. h get was committed thmtlgill ignorance, inadvertence or excus.ihlo error. All tsuiteor I ram Aaralnst a !'rt- frMlnnnl Tram Permitted Nothing contained in the prov is'ons as to acts w'.ereby an athlete loses his amateur vtatua is such as to pre vent a team of amiiteurs representing a well established orgavniaation from parlii iputiiig in a public competition or exhibition against a team c imposed of professionals, and it should he not,! that under Clause F, of a. ts whereby H ii athlete's amateur slat, is is lost a single professional player mi a team makes thS team a professional one. By a team ,s mount not only such a teatn as nun In Which all the in. to ilers thereof enter Into the contest simultaneously, as a. group like foot ball, hut also where the member! of i the learn comjieto separately, as in i track and Held athletics, such coin I petitions, however, to consist of the reguktr series of standard events ami I not merely one or more special con tests. Penalties. j Tne effect of having committed nny oi me acts wnereoy an athletes ama teur eiatus Is affected . Penalty tor Frnnd. AA One who has committed an got set down In clause A shall never there ificr he permitted to compete or ex htbll as tin ama leu- in an.v ssrt. Hit tne who has committed an act set down in Clause H is subject tn tho following penalties or disabilities Penalties for Compellng for Mone) It., ahs.il never thereafter be per muted to compete or exhibit us an amateur In the s; rt orgpOrtl in w hich such got w-as committed. After a period of live yea-s Iran elapsed since the oommiaflton of any such act he shall he privileged to ap ply to i he governing lssly ,,r any sport other than that In winch such act was committed for permission to OOmpSt as an amateur In that sport. Und such body or lieslles upon assurances being give'i by tin- applicant of o,i future violations of any net which would disbar him from competition as an amateur eMail be privileged to permit such applicant to oompete as an urna teur In the sport over which It has control, Penalties for t onrhliiu lor Money. Cc-ftpe who has committed an act set down in Clause C Is subject to the following penalties or disabilities: He shall n .t be permitted during (he perasl of his coaching or training to take part li, a ny amateur competition On his cwucng to In. siicii uii.uii or trainer lie shall be privileged to ..oily to tin- governing body of any spori other than that In which such gut of coaching tit- training vvvis committed fir permission to oompete as an ama teur lu that sport, and such body or bodies uisaii .insurances being given by the applicant of no future v iolation of any act which would disbar him from opmpetltaon as Imi amateur shall be privileged to permit such applicant to compete as an amateur In the sKirt over which It has control After a perhsi of five vears has elapsed since the commission of nny such act he gbjatil he privileged to apply to the governing body of the sport hi which such act wvis oommltted for par- mission to ooimpete as an amateur In that sport, and audi body or bodies, Uoii assurances being given by the applicant of no future violation of any ait which would disbar him from com petition as an amateur, .shall he privi leged to permit such applicant to com pete as an amateur In the sport over which It lias control Penally for ( apt lal l.M I Ion of lli- lelle Fnine. Pp. (Inn who has committed an set set down in Clause P In subject in Hie following penalties or uisabllities ; He shall not ie permitted to compete or exhibit as an amateur during ihe period of such use of une's name or of the onjov ment of gut return therefrom, or during Ire- period of his employment Ah such a hulrslllull. or of h.s i iijo.v ment from the return therefrom, 01 during the period of the public!!) given to hie nemc, oi of tho enjoyment of American Club or Cash, Gwinner Ask DITTSBURG. Dec. 20. Ed- ward W. Gwinner, president of tho Pittsburg Federal League club, said to-night before leaving for Cincinnati that the Federal League was not dend yet and would not he after the meeting: to-morrow unless he and all the rest of the outlaw magnates were fully satisfied. "It is all very well for the National and American Leagues to offer me something they know 1 wouldn't have as a gift," said Gwinner, "as, for in stance, a franchise in the Inter national League. That wouldn't work in Pittsburg. Nothing will satisfy ine but an American League fi-unchise, right here in Pittsburg, or to be bought out en tirely by those who want to get me out of the business." thi flnanrial 1 otirflt or nWATd tlirre for. On Ilia rr.ininr t permit h athlftM lamo or f ,unn tr ! QftpttftltMd In tilt manneri pt forth in riausa i Mid to rtvplva no lintinn.il iK-netU or return thereii oin. h ihall hf privilfif d to apply to tho Km-crninK DOd) of any port for ptrmfietlon te coiniot' AI an atnatur (n tnnt h)rori. and Buch body( or bnihen. UpOH .i.ur.iti-''H betlll civt'li by the applicant of no nuur- vlolatton of any art whl-h voulJl disbar blm from competition as an aiTMtttll Shall b pr!v!b(fpl to pfrmit inch applicant to vonip'tt an UI fttlMtfUr in ttM uport over wlilch It ha. COQtrOt PMltf for 4aaorlatlnK With Pro- ft-tODU. KJE One who h.m commuted an Mt f down In tIau.p K 1m nubjcot to tt f11owtnK penaltlea or (llnabiHtloM: Ilti h,,ll Tint be jionnltteri durirR the per'.od of iK'h part Id pat Ion to t-om-pMo or exhibit M all amateur In any port On hli having roamed to cnmmi any of the Mi lon In Olausr K he hall be prlvllejrpi! to apply to the flrOYtmlna lIy of any pporl other tliari that t'l Vftiloh Fitch act araa i?nmtttt'ii for jerTn,iiri to conmete ,n an ama teur in that Sport and u h body or bod lea, upon aaauranoei being pivn ty the appltoanl of n future violation ff a ny act wh !ch would dlfb r him from competition M an niuat'-ur shall he privileged to jierm t SUCtt applicant to rompeta ai -iti amateur in the sport over wMch It haa t'ontro!. Asfter a period of one wear haa la need inc the comreiaalofi of any Uch a"t he phall he prlvileaed to aivply to the avcrn:ii(ir lo.1y nf the R(Hrt In which mich sot w C0tt1 mtttad for permission to aofrtree -ts, j, n amateur In thit twrt, and SUoh body. o:- bodlaai nnon aaaurances be ing c vn by tlie a pp1 loani of no future violation of any act v, hb h would iVabar h:m froni compt'' ui hj an amateur hall he pr-vtleceil o perm't Rich RPpllcanl to e.-mppte ai n nmatettr In the nrt over whla-h .t han con: red, F0XH0UNES OUT AGAIN. II ii ii I I ! njO a I one I ruf -n i ere ii ml. I Iimjm (h i r i:.st NonWti n. I, 1 , Dec. 2" -The ; mild WMsthsr to-day trmpttM u number of th riii-rti of Ihn fctautow Brook Hunt Club i take t gallop Asfter Lhe Aniw hMti ftX houiwli ill tin' Op Of ttltdltUJ H fo mid u bchm! ;if tftxtoon ooupta of houndti won ui The mt! wu .it I h6 kcMt0ll at II o'clock nitd OOUIMl I wrrf tAkon MUitorty. The Krouttd was fenuiit .o h fpfiti'n aft'T ih huntMnon l-f t the road Wtlt irtn ti, H,1k Ronn ;ifte"r th nm .;iBt w;t.i mtftda tho klOUnda Jumped a Hi t h I lively fox, atld h' a ant Away iow-ri Oyator K.iy with the houndfl i lose tip. s'Vi'rtii tlinoa tho , drov'- the f-.x to but h aloo waa iKfitia and manaod to koop a fu load on th pAok, T. ritlei'x were ti.it nolo to ker p up UlO f t pane that Thy would hive done had tho K!oii!i) boon ooft hut they kopt I h 'ipuls tn H tilt :'ni b.l'l hitrne lli.e ftal- h'piK 'and Jumptnir Aft. r ioinK In a OtfOto pJUMtllS Swift Water pla. e and the OolUtnblA ptock tann t.,c fox tumod ha'k toward Sold KpnriK Hafbor and then inruio a traiffht poll t for nx mlloa, I wheie h Hnally Wont to (trout. il Tho run wm InvloMratttuj and Kutcd juivut three bOllta. Mfl S.-h nl' 7. 1 1 trvey S I dew. ioom1 visit. in and Huntsman 1 AUIaon ami the whip flnlahod EXTRA HOLES IN GOLF POOL. Mrn-rr Dfffiitv I'ruiiilinl I, ho I'hIU nf HoOSlOO I'tMirlh. Tin1 iif pool loufiMam. nl Cpr "port-1 tnic errlteei wtae rrwufi yesterday after, noon m ptoyie! ortyeeeond etreet aoadsmy eben sii Mereer rrosaed cues with Walter Trumbull, The handiaejp. I i , K ri'Hitnil'fP ili'i iilril lh.il Mi tviT ihould npncsde fifteen strokee to hiu op ponent, i"ii msteh proved i hs rnost Intsrestlni tiuin fur of the tourratment. us Wlltill thi I'ihtri'n llivltiii h:lii Ix'ri i pliivei i-.ioh ni.in'M nire showed At rokee, Under thai rules thii rsoulrsd un eitra i hslaa hi ahull ipetimhull m .a handicap of :.. The New Rpohslla humorist or ve.i successful in tha nlav. off. an Trumbull took II for the itoodoolu ecore of !50 to iv.'i in fourth I aiie. the s. ore bain 17 to :t7. I ninth Conway averaged Tina aftsnioon'M schedule calls for trraiiklln I. Adtttns vs lioxemon H.iluer. Rtlbe l fold be eg vs, Robert Ripley snd I lent' Ityrnea l. Syil I Irene The ttrat round win lie uompletsd Wednssday. Vloolcllllr to Mine ,. I'll' ( MoNtOtAlg N. .1. Deo, In - Work on a new athletic field f"i the Montclalr Academy win be started early next Mar. The site .f the athletic field juat over the Montclalr line in Verona anil tic uinil was given by Abel 1 Cn var of Montclalr, Tin- Irani la large that it is mn neceaaar) in laying out! t:u. athletla Held lo relegate the hai-"-l.all iliiiinonil lii a romor, There is ample i mond i laajtg, vlded, space a in I Ih Threo la'slile.' betwoen it. baseball dui football son also ,ir,, i,,o . gridiron for tennis coiirta tin- clubhouse i. v. I'. Hosts RsorttetowMi The New York Unlvorslty basketball team will play Ueorgetown lo-nlght In I the Universliy Heights gymnaaium After the showing made agninst Cornell on Saturilav, when 'be Violet live .K defeated by only one point, Coach l.uah ia ronfldeni that tonlght's rontcsl !ii ' result ,n a victor) The l.x 1 1 lagan da I frated the Southern representatives laat season in a preliminary conteet the v r freshmen will meet Newtown IliKti H. hool o r Katrlea Host lie in goaa. ' Soccer clubs in an. i around N clt) are reminded 'hut ontiies iv York for ii,.. southern Nog rnrk Hlals cup coinpstltlnn itiii close on January ' Tin draw for in,, nrst roundi whloh iii he pigyad hit on Jsnuaiy IS, will be made mi Jan uary i. Ajiplloulloiift ehnuid he i i an gOOII gg possible to the sei'l.'larv of ihe HautUiern New York suite .ihii bull . ..... ..ilion. W. llollj . od, 317 Kifl.v iiiiii street. Brooklyn. CANADIANS RETAIN ART ROSS TROPHY Victory Ovrr St. Nicks In Third ttomo Oivos Series to Visitors. SCORE IS GOALS TO 1 Th St Nicholas hOOkey team, wltli Ilohey Haker, former I'rln eton star, in Ills iinml role, failed tn wrest the Art Hons hockey cup from the Montreal Stars last night at the HI. NMwtM HlnU in the final match of the series. The fit. Neihotafl teal i, klMteUr Vickey lnsgue OlMUBplOM, lot hy 2 souls to 1. It was the only victor.- In the three mime series that the Canadians carried off. Ihut they lied in one. an 1 according- tn the rule tOVtnilnf the i Iny for the cup the tie helped them defend the trophy properly. Last night's cmtest Ml a hybrid affair, the first hi If played under Cana dian rules, with only six men on the Ice for eanli team, vhlle American -rg-ii-Int.ons and seven man team uoverncd In the MCOtld period. If a third period had been necessary, as on Hniturday night last, the committee would have had a terrible time flgurlnK out rules, f.ir all known varieties were used up in the flfSt and SCOnd periods, However, no extra period nas neeiled. Hie vis itors snw to that In the Opening, with only six men on Ihe ice, tho rover was dispensed with. That does not mean that the St. Nicholas niuad dropped Make.:-. Ttw fornisr Prlncetonian shifted to oentro in name only, fur Kills, the regular centre, faced off and then dropped back to left wing Cox played at right wing in the nrst half and In the second dropped on', letting in feabody, while Kllnor took kikss place i'or tlie Canadians, Hell p la veil m right sine up tl Rami Th ihe opi'nlng round and moved ,er later to let ilodilii k in the dropping of cox looked iik erloui t let leal blunder fur the si. Nwh. e he had playsjd a treat fame while t.e ?. in, and inctdenUtlly aoorsd the otri Sx.l for the home team. Neither 1'e.i lnviiy nor Kllnor lilajcil up to the furm displayed bj i'ux. Another thimr that counted heavily afaJnat the borne teum an the enforetd retlrsment nf W'lllstts, oovarpoint, for htlng tio assidisMui in BpHitnii tiie CanadAansi Von iiernut h took WIHstts'a ploee, and while the latter w.is ii the rams. 1 1 hk hn and i..ihne s.-o'eii tlie wltii. tic snail for the visitors I Til, tlrxr few mlnUtM vt the (tunie were replete with fast pUtmhk arni ac curate M'i'-itlriK. hut the coaj te-Ktere at Opposlta sndl nf thi riuk were at" kit to their lisv sj)d -t WM not until seven niul a half iiiiivuten of play ha1 been conrptetsd th.it managsd to score for the boms team after taking a pretty pif from Rllfca, TMl whh an oroasfon '1 iriMt fiehjrht to tlie om1 ItoHoweri of the gaune fur up to that time the prospects U.ii not loivk any (00 trnKht for an Afiiorienn victory, Bgjtt : hail liee-i trying hanl ami etfc oee"lei tn making eevefsl of !ile hnlrtant dsgfcoa t';. ler.t'li of the rink, hut fsilsd to (.. on- aai i ti re lll work for th" tnont iiar: was appreciated ! the vlsttorg, w.io tiieii to cool Itim off b) dropping blm on the Ice in tiie tint half Baker, I ably aaalated by the vi-it'.tig team, apreed I his leiiRth In every pari of the rink I W haii tin opening aesston w... more than half Hnlgbad WlllsUi wan rsmoved from ihe Kimie tm tripping Hughse. Hug ie retaliated Immediately l taking tl , ,. - the hS.Klh of the rink for the tying goal, a tew minuteg eftei that i, ih ne ineaked one past Pamochsn and that anded thi scoring for the same. i:,ir!v 11 the aooond halt Roddick and Wail earned two minute suspensions for1 slashing They both went off t'.e ice at i Ihe K.ttne time anil the Si Nicholas team. putylng seven men egslngi five, had Its bi iii chance The trtsUora played like l demons ami the contest took on mueh of a Donnyhrook aspect Both teems tne-i bard for i score, but there wag none forthcoming, ami the neeonrl half was useless i here f ore except .h an exhibition ot iroml ho, key. To-morrow night 'be st Paul's school Seven w.ll play its aimnal tram'' against Princeton at the rink, The lineup M enlra .: Hture Ratlsdgs r. St. Nlebotaa CarofHiheii Trimble Wllletta Kills Il.k.r Psahodr . Kllner si Nlebolas 1 i .anus point . . Hughi i iii si point , Ha a ve Csntre . . Hell Hnv.r . . Wall lief' "Ins Ki.it.tl 'S . Blgbl ln ..r.. Unntreal s:..tn, I . iIomIi. -First perted, fox. st, Hughas, Htsrs il:4Si l.ahu Pel Ilea It "I lick, Mars. Nil ho nn. 7 : 3i i, (tars, l : 03. - mlnutsa fi hlni; .1., '.' talnuieii f ir slash ia. 3 minutes fe 't Nleholsa, v.u Pasbo i fet en. Ina wli 1 1 . iu.au Menu llll M, SI. Nl hi Hubstltutes f,.r WUIstl l;.f, ,,-h 11 II. III. I. M'.l.tr..! A.-I.IHlit refsrse K Osron, Nss aorg una um plrea- liarmon snd U Abrabema Tlnssrs t ,t creksr snd R J Callahan, rime of psrleds fl ajiinuteo CONWAY BI1LIARD WINNER 'la. oO liefenta lt t.'lirr nf gf i i.e plgyoff for tpplel.. I ..-.. ii in I lie la f. Mi 1 'on , nl . I I Uln .-iliiaieni H I balkllna billiard lournament Way last nlghl defeated S ii Applsby by fort two In ti IMS an I nia.il, icgii runs or to aim is. Appleh. averaged 1 7 - ir . grlth high runs of and -t hidgar . The prtSOg Wl cember -"' t a Applebj Mn shed thlul I t distributed on Pe haniinei to be given to i hp imtestnnla TO-DAY S JUAREZ ENTRIES Pirsi Bscs eellinir; ihrss-yesr-eldi ami ward; muei Jobn Wsllers Hseuspiiier I.Hal imllini Msi lilii.iiiiini.' i'oaey Ciakn lie rVnsin las aoiflsna mi i atlHoyle n 'hi I'nire.illa Ha, I MlPilstersld M lOMMsdelins MuasTsve 107 1'r.illy . im .l ilm liratiuni Aiiihn geeond ' furloii - i' iti,..' Harden Kan i ii .1 . Ms Meal Te Uel . . in':! Hsilini I wo yesrolda; lire in', Mlgtsranlaj golprsiuUd MiLnli lor,IWIilsnerlns Hops lOtlTohsoro box Ciroulats Third Bscs ward i seven lelllui furloiu l lin e year ol.la and up Nina K iiarlisrite Tiara Irish Kid . . Visible Wild Bsr l.ay James tlhert White Msris Cash! KiMiaa Hitiih innMsater Joe., lie Palms IMllOrtrs inn Swede sum M Willli . .. Hill Pourtli ttmt !ellr ,,.. uni let en furlou di.i Huh n Csnstis Ift M.e- fielder . m: Defsnef '"i f.iih Kace Relllns: u nil' a.v liirtoiisa il . t hrss year oliU ,-in,i . Irii li'V M. Kerrsti Mi. iisriiliarbor Raises M irium i lirsii vear oldl ami sm u. .mi "ii !'!':," RTlRevsrly Jsnisa nTlNorihsi n i (tin IMl Hilly Jos 10H liuay Killiti Sixth Rsos Seiiui; ibrcs-yesi aid. stul u ,.r.t Mm ii furloiti -Hosgy Johnson h'IKhI s. ..,,h Id "I. ii V III' I'oiH.ri Mini, ll I prixbl eaiU'eeil Il i lol l, i I .1 .1' I, I.i 1 1. III. !, Mil i il Hi... tiiinl 'f ll'iiniieln f r hi. . . .. i.li r . . Moiilxasasri I l lluu.'.etts I Carders 11 DIGGING INTO SYSTEM BEHIND LEGORE AND BRICKLEY CASES Sol Metzger. Mr. Metzger has had to deal with eligibility matters from all sides and is eminently fitted to handle the case of the college athlete. He is a irruduate of Phillips Andover Academy and the University of Penn sylvania, a former track athlete, college football capta.n and coach of the last intercollegiate championship eleven Pennsylvania boasts of, the 1908 team. Mr. Metzjrer also managed the Pennsylvania crew and this past year was coach of the West Virginia University eleven, which won the championship of that State. The articles will cover all the principal institutions in the New England district, New York State, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Michigan and the South. Numerous incidents concerning individual cuses will be told, and the moral of it all. Mr. MetzR-cr's third article, in which he will deal with Trinity's Brickley case and summer baseball at Brown, will appear next Sunday. RUMOR SAYS NAVY I IS ANGLING FOR STARi lteport Kroni Son t Ii Telll Letter l.' 'mi bj Cody nf Vanderbllt. of A despoteh from Neshvllla published In th" Philadelphia Record telle of w hat purports to be an attempt by the Nav sl I Academy to obtain one of the South a I lesdlng football players it says: JiwiSl foilv. Valiib rhllt'S all Southern I tackle, who is eligible to p'ay another year with tho Commodores, baa received a btter from t l-.e treasurer of the ath-I letle aaaociatlon of th.- United St tea Naval Academy at Annapolis offering him an appointment to the navy Cody I eeriously considering the offer "Wh le the offer was only tentative, the letti r stated thai there would be no trouble in obtainimr .he appoint, ment if tody ion lo the Nav he will ie able 10 play four w.ira more of root" Ia1! umler tlietr rules ,.f eliarlbtlit . "Rvsn If he rtoi s tint go to Annapolis. a B .losh is undecided aa to whether or not he will return to VanoVrbilt next! ve.tr. thOUgh the special dispensation j of the S 1. A A WSS SOUghl Willi the I understanding that lie school 'f he coui. I p! WOUld return to l) niintU1,r year of football, "The treasurer of the KSV) Ath" Me Association, who made 'oiJ the off. r, -,s a former teammats of Josh's t Bethel College, where Cody pktyed for ' ' ears t'o.i is captain "f the basketball team this vear aid one of the teams mainstays guard Hv w is also ni t catcher on 'he baseball team last nr.ifg and finished the season ih a batting erage of Ii7. OS tl" footbgtl teglll he is rte.l as one nf the gre.test ta.klea that ever played si Vanderbllt ..r any other Southern univereliy." MADEIRA CHOSEN CHAIRMAN. R saner win . naSSS ll.ee 11 . II rail Pell I.. 1M II. IDS I'll IV. I le. !0 l.oill so Ms. sleotsd at T'enn member leira. a former star m i.r, era. hsjrnuui of the track nonvnUtes this afternoon, Id ad sirs waj. s nf the Pi-nil relay team I hat ran Bgsll St Oxford i wo adopted the leafs SSO, lie eoni mil lee Indoor track schedule pre- nted by Munagei Towmn ! The ai hi.tule : January 51 Mil ress A York it, Junior A. a cbauiplonshlpa S'.n Vorfc Pebruary i". ne mile r, in.. mh ai Boston . 71 . tni'e vsr.l at Hsrtford, .tm - , Ii i niptonahlpa i. ' Sea ot Marcb ., Intert'oiisalaii plnnshlpa at N' i ark i . ui. a i ea at Phils l phi '.y 111. re ay I, Kenior k . Indoai ., Meade I' ll., BUTLER GETS TRACK TO-DAY. Kni i or to i iie Bond finds Hopes of Fiilr Mttocin.l..n. WlllTK i'l.AISh. N. T., DOC. Thomas f. currau. tho i sasoclated with John V. Brrnuan as counsel for the Kmplre t?ltj Racing Association, James Butler, owner o tin- Umpire ' r.....i rack, announoed to-H.iy thajt mil City Ml. liuiler and bis sssoclatSI W.ll lake , nossi ssloii of the lug of the big ii ick between i:, l Mount Vernon tomorroaa ii,. s.iii thai under tin onier Morschauser ihe S'nlions.1 Kair Yonkers morttinv ... J list i .11,1 I SIMM OI ASBOI : 1' I :.- .liredgd ,, Mle I bin I lor 140,000 llb rive dayi (nan Ha n'rv f the order Ah lb" bolnl has not been tiled a atav denied bv the i ourt nnd of sxecul .on i Ii is prop a;lves -.'r ii'iner peatseawioii oi i ". u t v 1 1 iJ said, however, that the Vu.lmuil ,11 iv. Ota 11 .ippe.ll I'oill llle verdict ami inly carry thi iinasssslnn of ihe track 10 tl tiitht for i 'ourt of i Auoeuls, in ihe msantii however( the ICmpIre aa. l he track nful niatUan to hold spring it ii H i will have i omroi or this Will allow tile gggg. a running meet there nest TO-DAY S HAVANA ENTRIES. F i.i It... lee .ar.ir ulila sfsj unwsrd turlani' . (UITtier .. .. ! SlntlliUtnn Marry Jttbl . . UI i.i Mtaa Kim .miry . ... -.1 inrPnnl Msi ii; it - nine Mouse ill .. nil Iclloll ; rel.trus l.iiv Oi ine I Hi S. II111-: imi -e, im.); tour year nhl imi upward: live snu s nail luriongi Brlmn V, .nil. ' sir I it ..I' 10 ' a II r ... nil Klwah WO.Jtsc Thirl Ha-1' -Vim1 siKl a hill CurlOagg; mn .elrfai I l"l . m-llina : VI, . ifith striekland ii. i Msrttold id gtunusr i"l'il n urn "' iiaiieiiis Star HI in Rock PenAucs Svlldel V mirth RSI ami upward: f' 4O0 e f iirlnrags i four-yeaT'Oldi aellilii. : an keelK 10! in :i roi n inriia .. . 11'.' 10? parlor Hoy ill lOTllurrxsi ,.. t :. Mom -ne! VI ('.I'M' v lev e linr LUSSaX -tnnti'lln fifth Ha' fVi lUflo ;in1 UPWArd! MW W'llnig, four yrar-t'Kia bar' .. WJ rhinU'i Cooiiir J'lllll IMM m. I M lK'UahO I rili'ii . . . 'ill !' M ' 17 M i- i 107 Resiimeiit Ik' I I puqussns lOTlKs) 'a ro. r,,. sixni Raw lt41ini: pilP too, i ttrM yrnr nlill hikI upward J 01 Mf null' ' dim inii-i-nth Tuill 1 1 .1 in- eK rViliiii li ( liovron M)OilHlPi i lfiily W) ... Ifl.! ni .tei-.it i 1 K ii'i HAVAf ' Churl- i 1 1 , RVwhrr i'iiir Wi HE SUN has due; into the in teresting: problem behind the Le (lore and Brickley cases, the problem behind summer baseball, the problem behind the eligibility problem. The digging has extended also into the inner workings of the whole system of athletic proselyting in preparatory schools something that wilt inter est every parent of every athletic boy about to go to college. This digging has been done hy Sol Metzger, known for years as a writer on college athletics, with the purpose of bringing the good as well as the bad to the surface. In a series of articles Mr. Metzger is writing the facts are told dispas sionately and in an interesting way. POLO PLAYERS START FOR COAST TOURNEYS Anniial Migration From Long Inland to California Is I'nder Wav. WkKTDt pt, l I, Ppiv 20 -A number of jxmg lnlarul polo player are malting arranifemonti to leave fur California aiaJ OJher wttiorm vxlthlp a few days. MaJ- I Colin Stveneon, I, M. Hocklhor and I " 1'. Hea'liewtoti will leave for tlie COMOt ntm, 1'hre Xhry w ill join Thomaa Ii BoutiliKT. who want aomi tlmo ago, and Conn a teum known an the Meadow iuvk ("lnii and play throuhou: the searion at Vtronada, Cal FYanM McLauchUn f the On wen tela Club tesim of ChioasOi who played bo brilliant! laat aeaaon on the coaat also h kuiIik to play aajaln thla aeaaon tomo of the Bryn Mawr, Pevon and lh;htiie!rnin Country Cluh team are die c.u-nSmr a plan to sin Weat to tako part in the tournament there, in im aprinpt they all will re'tiini and open the aeaaoti Ht Maadow Bl k. where plant now are bofnp iiifjcniw.! for a big tournament next r-raen A number playere who do not wlah t ao to California will eo la Aiken and OiiriHen. Ba 1. tii ptaS diirtnn th.' r ti of I tha Tittr. ft la Jhofiifh: ttmt next HeaHon Will f "lie r( the : f.'t tent Vrutl of polo in ntanv yea,ai. man J p' (ere will h tp the game with new pot. it !r. .lennlnas lles.s Ckarttner, Dr I' rt Jennings won his inaieh in t he hejtdlcgp t :3 balkltne toumsj ai tl... Brooklyn Billiard Academy last r'aht by besting Usorgs Oardner 5lfl to in; Gardner was attsmptlng 10 iia 125, 'Plli' WlnnOr'g average was ' Hii9, aiid his high runa IT.. 1 "i and 1 z. tlard-net- averagel 1 ,"6-ti7. and mods i una of II. 7 and T. T Dodge Brothers ROADSTER How thoroughly pleasing it is you will best appreciate by trying to find some one detail you would care to have changed. The lines of the car are striking, nnd the enameled finish holds its lustre for h Ions: period. There is just the right depth, just the right width and just tlie right tilt to the tests. Everything you have to touch with hand or foot is within easy rench The compartment at the rear is exceptionally pacious The gasoline rontuoiptinn ii iinususllr low The price? tif t hr Touring ( ur nr H twister comp'tf Special arrangement during XmOi iteek immediate delivery Colt-Stratton Company Broadway at 57th St. Circle Open Evenings This neck Brooklyn & I ong Island District ia handled eioluaively by Ilitbop, MrCormii k It Hiihop, KO Hslsey St.. Brooklyn. COLLEGE PLEA FOR SUMMER BASEBALL Htndcnl Orimnlzntloii Incliidrs Hiirvfinl. Michiirfin. art inoiith and Trinity. AIM TO EM) HYPOCKISY Ann' Aiihoii. Mirh.. Dec. :0. An inter KlltegiaVte Otudtnl orsnniiatlon, with mem bgrghtp glrggdy Inctuilltigj Utohjgjgii, Hgi - I viml. Dartmouth, Trinity, Syracuse, 11- llnols ami I'e I'auw, formed to hrlng aho u the xboKtloti of the Intgrcolloglgte summer baeebaU rule, h broughl lo light here to-nlghl with the retuui of Chstrlea Webber from the Kast. where he WAfl active In ihe formal on of the new a-vHoi lai ion. Webbef Wag Instrumental In exposiiiK the professionalism of four members of the Michigan bgagbgll team last spi ing The soll'in of the Wolverine mil horn le- ln sugperidtnH the athletes leii to similar ucii-.ii a: seven of the larger univsnsittoa of the country( where similar rondltion'-i were founil 10 sxlgi The new BSSOi latlon aims at purplrx inter ollegi ite athletics of ihe fraud gffltl hypocrisy a'hlch now exist, the xien ston of i ne intramural deport me nig of ail UDlVerSitieS ..o that every nlilo bodied man may psrttCjpeJtg In Home form n f Outdoor BSiOrt gad the auborrlltMitton Of the business side of Intersouegjtggg snor1 to the educational side, The II6W oruanlnat ion already haa presented ite views to the tlarvaril Vale-Krliwelon ellsihitlty committee, asking lor the abolition of tha present iuinnur hsgrhsll rule. The unofficial attltmle of that lioard la said to ho favorable to pormlttlng collegs men to play professional ball ilurlnK vacations under the direction of the proper uni versity authorities, SET0N HALL FIVE WINS. llenf nSOrgStOSVSti lnt llss to org Hard in na n. NgWARKi X. J . Ho. . 2" -Seton If a 11 Mn' Hb -1 Georgetown in a hard fought game Harlenden Hail In thla oHy to nlght. Th ecore was in? to un. ai though rompletely ontelHjti in (hi (I rat half the eiouthcrnern braced in the se-- on period and nae the Setonisnna a good oca re. For Seion Hall Jnnes Kommera :t:il Meehan played well, olon, with four haakete. and Kftlty, with : hjrtt pit out of fourteen fouls, were the Georgetown etara. Ti.e lineup: Sr-Mll Hatl e;ttflTiei t Jonee. Ieft forward) UrOuada .. i . -.: a i .i . McMuttr . . Olon .rsft M"-h t rntr n in i lift . . iseft a 1 1 1 I . . K H'H " . i:tht B i . t p.-M el',' s "rr aeton n i. Uj Qeorgetownt frftnl- from flald- -.lein ?. Ml e, 4 oiii i-iiH 4 McQuadaa 4. sit Jt, Ml SiitTv front frii) KMv 13. t.'mn H t1 tuitom 'urry f..r M.-Nu"'. Klun nrK r Ki llfereo -'lilllvnn. A. A. t Tlm"Tii -o'Mare, Pten Hail. nj Burk-. Haurgatown. Ttmt nf V tl ramutaaa PENN LOSES A CAPTAIN. ii . I n .le r in. M dnns of llosebnll l ea m , olleue mi rse. I 'i i : toil fill a, De, SO, Shorty Mai n, rh ,1 m nutive seoon.1 basemar a.nd ap- taiu the leimsylvanri baseball team, has I. ft n Hoc- to enter bUelliess with his fath'-r Mann's loss ,J a keen hl.iw to t ie Quaker baseball outlook, for he Is tar Healer i well as ;i heavy slucirer After the eill for , anilnl'alea nest montl a naptain probably will he ap pointed temporarily, b it the real leader win not i.e elected until the makeup o' t ie varsity team if determined. fur 1600 Newark & Jeraey Clf District k hanrlleii esi lmively by BooBell Motor tar (o., 7!t Halsey St.. Newark.