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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1916.
13 Stupid Base Running Beats BIT BY SISLER IN THIRTEENTH PUTS YANKEES TO ROUT pti( list in Homo Willi Hun Tli.it (tivcs Browns irtniv, il to 2. I.OKHS WASTB MANY rilAXCKS TO TAKE (JAME f? t.oi". -tune P. Stupid base run-1 f . it f hnrt thai fairly bristled with Iwir.f. was a" 'ha' enabled the Yankees. n iw arolhcr game to the Prow tm this f:rrroPii It was s game that ilr.inir.rd .jl, into the evening, and almost caused (-jPf Huston and the more energetic , members of the party In miss, a train for ri.tre.lt whore new offensive will be : .... , Uunchcd ; TV!. pamo wan Ulrkcd Into the. pond of pi-rdltlon in the last portion of j h fi rteentn just ancr umpire nvnii' ; Hit "ted the warrtnc clan that he j ir.HnJfd to la.ve ror uinnrr. i ne score . .n t a lntrlp ti (leiire tinier. 1 1 ,a. 3 to 2, a slnitle b Ocorse Slsler. J MlcnU.in '14. driving homo Jimmy Am 'n th 'he run that shattered the dead ((tk evii-tltie r'.tue the ninth. Hob (Mwkev l ch.irscd w iih the defeat, he victory Koes to Carl Wellman. ho Mo Rot credit for Tuesday' trl- Certain memhf r of Donovan a team rmmlf'd some thliiKs to-day that will ct to harn for enKeuncc. and muat Jtinia'e!" be anereil for. Joe Gideon, fsr In'tance. tried to score from third w i pod fly list behind second, and In- . . ... ,.ll l tnl.l.t of r.itout rally In the elKhth, when the Tnk s ored their tlrst run. Trior to t-.j' four wouuiue runners were cui din trjlnc to steal second In the face d! the srealct exhibition of throwliiB lr a bird named I'hapman, reclaimed ironi the Kederal wreck, that has ever tn tttn on earth or anywhere else. Macer MlMrsj Opport nultr. In the aforementioned elKhth, Lee Mace .'!" failed to take third on G'ttm s st iKle, which was almost ft two Mrsfr -a thoui;1i the sratcs wero open. tH!i nobody home on the fir corner. Otttm was so certain that Mauoc would Ml for third that he overran first, and u Almnft trapped trying to Ret back. Biker's double followed, but Instead of trerliii two runs. It netted only one. Proper conduct by Masrce In the crisis wouM have won the game. Hut tlie'c were a few bright spots. Ffr.iatlon.il fielding by Tlpp. Gllhooley tvi To klnpaugh saved George Mogrldge nof than once, nnd It la but meet and Jat that we admit that Mogrldge was fcatteJ hard, detplte tho fact that six cf the opposing batters were left handed. When the game began It looked en !!!' t msttT of bow many run tlia Taniw ould ncorf. Sholton. whoae tiv n.is shattired by a foul tip, and Mirrans. who stands suspended, were no-t-hftf to be seen, and Jone presented a rr.akfhft team. Including fix players mho laat season labored In the Kedernl !!ii. Pratt. Aiutin nnd Staler were '!: i.nly American Leaguers In the battle llr.c tlmenport ie Tired. Paerpott was an enigma nt the start, b'ii h tirl under the pace and nlmoet tettereil Into defeat In the tenth Inning. Thtn It was Jones wisely called In Donovan's nemesis, Mr. Wellman, who beat Detroit seven ttmen last season, nnd wttlir.an "a.is a wlz. Inheriting a house !u!l houe with one down lie wiggled "f the excavation without belnj; ftored upon. It wan considerable, plteh !ec although Donovan did everything tt could to comb.it It. switching from Hlrh to Itauman to get ii Tight handed h;ttr up after Wellman had purposely fwM Pecklnpnugh. Nothing availed. It wasn't the Yanks' day. The Browns took the lead In tho fourth Icrlr.s on .Mlller'x savage single, n sae n." e and Pratt's pernicious punch to Ifft for two bases, hcoring Miller. This hf!d tooil until tho eighth, when the TitiVce' forccil a deadlock. Gllhooley opened with a single to cen tre, hut was erased on Magee's taip to Mr.jon. who handed tho ball to Pratt. Ificon hit a tremendous single to left 'kt Miller fumbled, but Magee non chalantly stopped at second. He might MJlly hive made third. Hakcr picked the tlrst ball pitched and Jillfd It Into left for a double. Magee Win; and Gedcon making third. I'lpp aa pa?ed purposely and I'ocklnpaugh l!jfd Into the cncmy' trap by poking n Impotent pop buck of second. Oedeon TnUes Wild CThanee. Then something snapped Slsler al lr.ft as on the Intleld when he made Jh catch fjedeon started and HIsIer Je-hed the ball to the plate. Kvery "ly thotiKht Gedcon would retreat, but n came Into the Jaw nf rertnln ''h That effaced a big rally. Il'ith's double opened the, ninth. Nun Jaker exploded a single In right, soor 'f I-ffty, arl went to second on the (row home. Mogrldge popped to John in. but Gllhooley revived hope by watcl.mg an Intleld hit. Magee then ''petered a fifth huccchsIvo failure by ''Pin;? lno a double play, and an "her rally wai shot. Thf Ilrownw cmnii back gamely and "Jotted th fcore In their portion One out when I'ratt tripled between Mieee n.ra, (;iionley JoneN sent up remold, a rlht handed hitter, In lieu t Borton. Donovan played Hactlca and "iicren to Shawkey, who enme In wild lis p 'e'led blmielf Into tho hole, 3 nnd arid f'everoid then doubled to rlcht. ig Pratt In ti.o tenth singles by Gedeon nnd Paker 5.1,, followed by Daveiqwirt's 1'iwai a'iri tim Imtiortatlon of Mr, lipp sacrificed sweetly nnd 'f K " ,'IS riHM.lul lllllnM Ih. ha... ttAi '"'id ' en mado a gnut catch of High's ''''i' while Nunamaker. with two hits r1 t-.vo walks to his credit, tnpped to a'jm n forcing Halter at third, tit f h walk was the denouement of 'Urn plot tlB thirteenth. .Miller wt '."I nnd Slsler then shot a single iroii(-i n.ike.r, scoring Auatln. Tho "fO'iipi H.iKer. scoring Austin. The score; " L0P1H (A. L I NEW YORK (A L. Tebinrf itln.!, Jl."r.lf yr.ef "i':h.. ati r n p a e ab r ll p a f.ti l DO.rillhoottT.rf 70 1 I to oc.'lllhoolfT.rf 70 1 i 10 J llMa.ee. rf. .. 7 10 1 AO 4 11 1 V lIMaiee.cf. 411 0 0,r.reori.!b,, AOS 0 69 1.01 l 10 llaker.Jb., 5CS I II 4 00 H 10 5 00 1 I 0 ill 4 no too 0 00 loo : 00 401 4 30 4 00 3 4 0 :oo 0 00 ll I 10 Pipp.ib..., ..v.iii. a ii i a oo'i'eiK.Hi j'1'l.ib !0t a 60llich.lL. .. "Union., tie, a o'Mliuinan.. , an 1 11 oo'l'etk.H.,,, ri.;:.."-"- '.on 7 te iiartieii.tr , "iT.rtte 30 t 0 t llN'maker.c, ".loan 11 1 0 0 0 ; 0 Morriilge.p, 1 43,,,!7i7i-b,,awke,r'p' .,.. 1 loiaia. ilium.. 1 I Totaia tnl.' lor '"a" 1,1 'no tentn inmnr, ur.t out vvb'n wlnnln run wa scored. !" Ixiula, .00 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 001-1 York.,0 0000001JOOO 0-J h.'"' Mla-Prall. Baktr. IWfb. 8r. fwli.11'"'" nae hlU-Honon. Pratt. tTaerl. II? W,'-Aintln. Slaler. I'lpp. Miller. Doubl '4J!"nnn and Pratt: Oedeon. Plpp and K!i .Mn "t Chapman! tlllhoolef ivl CifiRJ .rM" "O'1 "orinn. Stolen baafS-lltlh. Bllhoolf, )t ty pitehrr-nr Morl4e (Mil. aS i.','."1 ''"is on halla-OR I)vnpori, ; IJ "fllraan, off Shanker. S. Btniek out- renror. j; by nellmao. Ii br Moarldi. SjjJehawkey. 1.' Uinplr In' ckUf-ttratM. Result of Yesterday's Big Leagues and NATIONAL LEAGUE. Yraterdiiy" Result.. In New Xmi- Pittsburg, rnlti. In ftronkl) n-l'lni mniitl. ruin. In llnatntl-Ht. I.otlln. mill. In l'lillartelphtnCiilrniro, rain. RKTAII.V.O STANDI,'!! OK TMK I'Lt'lH. i I 5 'ill l-..Ul.l 4 Jt'i! IK ilAlll 1 -'.il'in ..vis 5 lil VI 4 3 WI ".Ml.tjllj 4 ?V 40S , VO'"m.I4U 'jt:l ? ii m Tn-day's Schedule. Chleagn In New York, ft. Loula In llronklyn. Cincinnati In no.tnn, Pittsburg In Philadelphia TIGERS BEAT RED SOX AGAIN. llurnVa lint nnnlileaj Detroit in Win hy Score of II to r. Dr.TnoiT, June 0. Two Rre.it rallies by tho TlRera In the eighth nnd ninth InnlliRS pulled n enmo out of the fire to day and nave them the Boston series, " Kanios to o, The score was 0 to Uuriis'a triple In the elshth nciunted ' for three tallies nnd his slncle In thu I ninth, with two out. chased home the llie K(Tf, itu?iuri IA 1.1 IlETIiniT I 1.1 ul rliiint all r Ii i a p ",a'r'u 'iwii.i!." 1 i 0 v tliieh . r. o o 3 4 i : 4 1 Vlt.3h.. . 4 0 3 3 OOCoMi.rf ... 4 0 0 17 "II V.a.'h If 4 0 1 1 .1 i I 1 - 1 Nl .nwn tn.io I Walker.cf.. 410 10 0 llellinan rf t I 413 ,V;' (janlnrr.tti 4 ft 2 1 0 1 mini.. Hi. . 4 0 1 3 J 3 Youti.:ti 4 00 4 2 0 Manage... 3:3 0 l o Ka.inath. 0 00 0 OOlllalicr.e... . Janvrln.as. 4 ft I 3 3 0 30 0 I 10 LaOT.e.. .. Ruth.p . 10 1 0 ft o Majra.p . - - -IHllllUC.p.... Totala ,...3t tio:; 11 i.ltoland.p.. -00 .) "0 ..n , :, li. . . I 3 I I CLUBS S 'g ec . b. Gib C( Brooklyn 4 J, J 3 Nw York I J J1 4 4j4 PhllsdelPhla", 1 1 j'4 ti Chlcato J i 3 ( J Si Bollon e S : .1, to Cincinnati.... I 0 3 e Ptttaburs; :"T I j S si i)im.. .. "o a i a 4' i Qama lot!.... is in i n.n :'. ir5ie.p i mr visitors anil kept hits well scattered, . A. I Total. .. SiioFiTs, rl,',U,,M,oT,,'',, ,1"U,:'' "l,,y h' Uurgl... a natten for tanate m u,e eiahth Innicr '"' double play. Outings to O'Donnell. TBatted for Poland III the ritlitli Iruiitur and a one handed catch of u long tlv by ft: : J J 1 1 1 X 5 S W!c,eme""u ",e fr",urrs' T" Two baes tilts - Vea.li. nurm. Thrco Mle-Onrdner. llurn In. Home run Huth Struck out-lly Ituth. 1 Kiret b-e i on balU-urf Duhue. 3 olt Itutli. :. liounie I plaj-Jamrin ami ltoblitirl I'axed hall- i vl1.? evSto.Icni,U3,"" ,,e,.'.n,,.n Sai;rilU-. hit ehi;V-lIllW ."'"rV;tV' SV TlmeI houra and 11 nilnuira. WILD THROW BEATS INDIANS. Mitchell' ninnder llelpa Senator lo a 7 to 4 Vlelorj. LLEVXLJlNn. June !). V wll.l iHma. he Mitchell In the sixth paved thn way ?,1rw ,h"" hlia-Wltter. Callahan "Double for four runs .it,.! a T to 4 victuo i o noVn,lir vi,.,"1,"l""1;u "iTJK M!S for the Senators In the final game of the "W'offMeRlnii! Itn,?"! ! abbreviated series here to-day. The 1 "'. V lft on baw-xi wark. Rich. Indians batted Johnson hard, making I ?,? i?. -Uni,,,,re chict-Hceiiati. Kiel 1 urn eight hits, two of them doubles. Win, I '"""-"art. Time-1 hour and M minute. two on nnd ono out Mitchell heaved over Gandll's head on Rondeau's grounder. On the next play Williams hit one to Wambsganss, who 1011I1I easily have tnrown Williams out, but his throw to the plate was too late to get Milan. Shanka followed with a triple. The score : WASH. (A.L) CLEVELAND (A.L 1 ab r h p a e ati r h p a r Morran.tb 4112 i v, rirsner.lt 4:3 0 011 Koner.ib.. i 1 1 r. 0 0, Turner. iti . a t 2 " "0 Mtlan.cf... 4 13 3 1 1 Mw-aker.cf. 30 1 r 0 0 Kondeau.rf 431 4 OOSnitlhrf 4 01 n 11 .1 win nn.iD. 110 2 00 (i.indil.tti Jucife.lb.. 000 2 0 0 HowaM.Cb. 8hanki.lt. 402 : 0.) Wamhj.ei Johnaon.p 400 0 1 0 Onelll.c... . MeBrlde.aa 4 00 1 f. 0'Kiwle.. Alnimith.o 110 ( 0 O'MitnheU.p. Morton. p.. 4 0 0 ! 0 0 4 0 1 t ;o 1 v l 1 v 1 110 1 to VXn 100 0 oo : 00 0 11 00 3 0 10 'JOIBJ., K IT IT 1 tliotll. tot 0 oo Kleper.p.. 0 00 1 0 0 ivnapman. 1 n 0 0 0 ft Total.. MUK j 1 Batted for Onelll in the ninth tnnlnr Patted for Morton in the seventh Intilnr JBatted for Klepfer tn the ninth Inning IVaahlntrtnn 010004:00; Cleveland. 0 0 ; 0 0 0 l t 04 Two baee hits l.raiicy. itnth Three bae hila Shankt, Milan S.icrill.o hlte WlUlani.. Foater. Morgan ftolen ha. .-Turner Kiri bw on balla-On Johtion. '.': oft Mitchell, t: e on balla-orr jotiti-nn. '.": on Mitchell, 1: or instance men. tho Mohawk A. C, ' Morton. 1. Struck out-llr Johnson 6; by 1 has tho largest representation of fortv tcheU. 4; by Morton. 1, br Klepfir. !- ' tln-r.t men The Mnmlni-.M. r 11,1 pitch-Johnson Cmpire In oilef - I . . A J,' l, " ill Field umplre-ninecn Timc-l hour ' Oanatn A. A., dlenrovo A. C., Itrook- on Morton. Mitchell ivti rhiti and w mlnutee. Chtirrh Out of Jerrr SliiKle. MonntsTOWN, N. J., June 9 The New '""e" """" merit lost most of wn.it nmo tustro it had tolny when George M. Church. Western nnd Northwestern champion. withdrew, defaulting In the third round to J. Wheelwright, former Lnngwood player. Church wan the only player of Si.. ;. ten In the tournov The best of those still In tho tournament tire liar rid A. Throckmorton, rated In the second ten. nfid Cedrlc A. Major, rated In the fourth ten. Knallah Handlenps Postponed. LosnoN, Juno 9. Tho decision of th" Jockey Club to abandon the Hat racing meeting nt Windsor this week bocnuso of tho death of Lord Kitchener will chasing of prize for tho nnnual games cause two Important handicaps to bo I f various Scotch organization, Includ cancelled. Tho Juno Three-year-old those to be held on Labor. Day nt Handicap of 12.500 was scheduled for 1 Washington Park, Mnspeth. to-day, whllo to-morrow the Anzuc Handicap of J2.600 was to have been meeting of the Metropolitan Asso run off. These two races may be decided ' (-l;t lfn registration committee wns held nt the next Windsor meeting, on amy :s and 29. Sweden's Quern of Sport llerr. Sweden's most athlotln girl, Miss Mabel Llthnnder, arrived In New York o.terihiv nccomnnnleil tiy nor moiurr. am. 'nZ thV n nl w It S Although the rrpse, of her "l) .Unnlila llllie til tllll niOTO StlOntlOUS Queen of Sport, ns Mls Llthnnder Is known m her n.itlvii land, plays good w ,', . tennis, 1 an e.xperi in. e-..... . .. adept in tho art of ski Jumping. " iinlnirrs. Xolrd Swede Hero lo .rt I olnlrrs. J S. Kdstrom, president of tho Inter national Amateur AthUttc Federation, arrived In New York jesterdny from his homo In Stockholm, llo nxpresscd regret th.it the Olympic, games were called off bemuse of the war. This nfternoon ho will bo the guest of tha Mlllrose A. A. at Its maruthon run. TJdntrom expects to remain hero several months, during which ..he will make a study nf tho training of our athletes. Hattllnn Hrnry r.rns Ills Nnme. Rattling Henry had tho hotter of Willie Astov In ten rounds Inst night at the Harlem Sporting Club. In the semi-final Andy Urown heat llattllna; Kitty' r-n-lfto Coast League Heanlla. Vernon, li San Kraniiaro. 2. Halt Ik. I I-"" Anl... 3. O.iland. ; Portland, 3. New Yark (Mal ?ane. Besulta. yracua. :: ninihamton. 1. ' 1 Utlra, i Klmlra, I. WllkesbrrL SI TrT. gcranton-Albany. rain.. BOOKLTK VfcOT. IOVU ST. ivotrui TO-rUT. the Yankees Games in the Two Standing of the Clubs AMERICAN LEAGUE. Yesterday's llr.ult. St t.niilo. 3; New York, 3 13 Inning). W.i.hlngtnn, J, licvelamf 4. Detroit, , linnion. In tiilcaeo-Phitmlelphla, rain. . DhTAII.KI) STANDING Ol' THE CI.VIK. CLUBS S:3 i 1 f S o .jfjjf 1 sj1 iti' ,V7 V m! ot'.,m 3i M 5ajjMX: Clereland. Trjahinrlen.. 3 3! J "1 I 3 New York Jl Boaton... Jlj ft f 'Detroit... .Chlcaio.. 9t Ixiut. ill1 I1" 1, JtO JM.44I PhlladelpH. 4 3 J 3 lit 7(1,. Ann Oimea toil.. 10'JJ MltS To-daij-'a Srhnlnte. Sw York In Detrnlt. 'hliiBinn In Clilcaf o. Iliwtnn In Kl. I.oula. I'hllidelprit.i In ClateUnd INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Veslerdaj-'a Itexiilta. Newark. A: lll..ltm,,nH t llutt.ilo. 0. Toronto, v ifour and hilt In- Il.illlniore l'rnvl.ltnee. rain Jlontrrjl Itocluslrr. rain Mnndlnx nf tlir ( lnl.a. VT 1. 1'C ' I rorl.t.nrs :j .f.-,;'R(.hmnn1 .. Y. I, PC n is .4vi t!'"'" 3' H ..Mriiun.iln k i .;i ti in i: h ii.) MniVirrVi' l'i iJ 'li"'" ' 'I ".'pronto .. rnvij1etiiT in lUlilninre (l.ii amrs t . . i . . ' !y . ' ltn.ru Her in Montreal NEWARK MAXES TIMTJ.Y HITS. ''-rcMi Itlchmond h, x,.re f . 11 ii ii m I. IllCllMOMl. JlltlJ. ft T'.L.nn. V... ' r . "'neiy nimng gave Newark a S to 1 victnrv nor rn,.i,.,a .1.1. "0 0 0 eol",." tictorj" over Richmond tills .V , .. -... uu was eneciivo lor NEWARK ?, 'L. I .1I.1UM1. Cable.tb.. I.o: ' ii Dunrin.lb 3 li oo Mil "n If JoS iSo1 Witter rf tl'inoi CallahWef 4 3 0 oil nrnpae- ilirlmaa (IrmrnOf. Sol 2 10 M'l)erm't.3b 3 0: ; i lleiidnx.cf.. 4 00 o on Arranti.et 3 0 0 3 3 0 llmketoti rf s n t j oo 1? 3 10' - " noeiie.:ti. 401 a 20 im,n-v,. 2 lO'Kojnol.I.e 40 1 6 30 Mnallwd.p 40 1 0 :0jt;ntinr p, 3 1 1 1 3 0 To.ai. BTt;ni''-McKcn',r l".!?" Matted for Brtilnr,Snlbi'iilnftSLiin" 1 Klihmond .. 000000100-1 ixo oae nil. .VIclVrmntl. riemn. Wte NOTES OF THE TRACK AND FIELD ATHLETES. Willie Kyrnnen, winner of Tho Ilronx to City Hall race. Is favorite to win the modified marathon of the Mlllrose A. A. this nfternoon. A total of 156 runners will set out from the. Twenty-second Rielment Armory, lfisth street nml ' Itroadway. nt 3.30 to nloil over ritv s reels ror n instance) or ll'-, miles, tin. ,.., , ,,, .. . Ishlng nt the John Watiamaker store. itroaoway ami .sintn street, Many noted dlstnncers will strive to head off the young Finn, nnd the race promises to bo a tlff one If good weather is offered. Among those entered nre Hugh Hono linn. Harry McGinn, K. L. Hi rim. ( de Stef.iim, It. Springsteen, G. Holden, W. Rosett. O. S. Wicks nnd H. Schusti r. .1 Mullen of Dorchester, Mass., Is a late entrant. Fifty-three club, are represented In lnl!' race sotno w itn lliclr entlro squads of distance men. Tho Mohawk A. C, . 13.11 a. .1.. noiy 1 ross i.yceum, v. M. I 1' A. of Vnnkers, St Joseph's Y. M. A., St Anselm's A. C, Macomb's A C, St. .Icrnmo's (;alhollc Club and Franklin A c nro among the other big bidders fP ,1,. rlTe. , ,, , . . . , , Pollen Department nfflrla Is have I Promised their support and with the nld f competent A. A. V. ofll- 1 fln' lo Mlllrose raco promises Jo be n '""I fT"'1" ' ,(ln'1 rromoted In New York this season. George .1 Turner, president of the A A. I'., wns In New York yrstrnl.iv. He visited Frederick W Rublen, presi dent of the Metropolitan Association. Walter Scott, a member of the New Yolk Caledonian Club, has donated ; t.v.no which is to go toward thn pur- B, it acted as a preliminary to the Important meeting In which thn stntus of many novices In to be Inves tigated. Tho Norwegian Turn nnd Athletic Club of Hrooklyn will Inrteasa Its nctlv ' "V In all branches of athletics In future. ,n mado known yesterday by Olaf C M Kgor, president of thn llecla iron Works, who dleil on May in, willed r. , inn to the club to tin used ror i,i, f,i. Tho gymnasts of tilts ' club cairleil off team honors in both ! th" iiietrnpnlltati and national gymnastic " ' ,, n ,, fx. pent to take first honors In the Scan dinavian A, L. track and field champion ships on Juno 11. A road run Is to bo held by the Xnvler Club on Juno 1. Frizes liavo been do nated by James A, Turley. president of the dub, who Is exerting every effort to rcvivo athletics In tho old GreonwJiii Village section. Tigers' Grmlnalr Golfers l.nsr. PiuncbtoN. N. J., June 9. Princeton's graduate golf tram was no match for tho undergraduate combination hero this nfternoon when the holders of diplomas went dowii to ,1 27 to R defeat in a seven match contest, KaiifniHiin and Dana and Abelackcr and Jamloson wero tho two successful graduating teams, do renting Pltcnlrn and Abbott and Pardee and Norrls respectively. Western I-easjue Result. FUoui City. ! St. Jo.eph, I, lie. Molnea, St Topeka, 1, , Wichita, l Lincoln. 4. Denver, i Omaha, t. OIANTH TO-DAY WITH CUnCAOO. tllS r, al. i-oi uroanna. aqiti. avc smv. WILSON PLEASED BY BANKERS' PRAISES Forlorn! Tcosorvo Act Is n Oreiit Hoon, Convontion Tolls President. pArii WARminn spkaks Atlantic." Pitt, June 9, The New York Kt.ite TtanliiTs Association eent n tnesnirri nf thnnka to l'resldent Wilson nml received a cordial rejily, which was read nt the annual banquet, which closei the convention lo-niRht nt the Hotel Trfij, mure. More than hOO hanker. nnd others sat at tho tnhli. Tho mcssnRC to the rrreldcnt was ns followa: At tho twenty-third nnnual conven tion of the New York State Hankers Association nt tho Hotel Trnymore. Atlantic City, this morning, tho IVderal reservo net was dlseutwcd In dctnll. We had the pleasure of listening to the Hon. J'aul M. Warburg and A. V il, Harding of the Kederal Reserve Hoatd; Tlerre Jay, Federal reserve HRcnt at New York. I.. D. Hendricks, transit manager Federal llcserve llank of New York, nnd others. It was the consensus of opinion that tho Federal reservo act hnd resulted In great bene fit to tho country at large, as well ns to the banking IntereMH, and wo tnko this occasion to express to you our appreciation of the action by your self and by Congress, in the creation of the Federal reserve net. The message. wa HlRtied hy H F. Xmytho. president, and the reply he re ceived from Fresldcnt Wllon was ns follows i May I not thank you very heartily for tho generous telegraph messaRe which you nut me and convey to you and the members of your association mi expression of my deep appreciation. ' Aililrei lijr I'nnl Wnrlmric. I Paul M. Warburg In his address told I the hankers that the opportunity for foreign trado oltercd to the t'nlteil States bv tlic war were greatly strength- end by the Federal ren'rve bank sys- I tern. The act creating the system te-j moved many nbstiuii.t which hnnvw.'el , bankers and merchants In dc.1l.11.: with other countries, he said, but provided .1 method by which the country's financial Interests may be unified In seeking for eign business. Mnerlcnn Importers, particularly thos of New York, should make more pen eral use nf American exchange, he con tended, adding: "With our Increasing financial strength and with dally diminution of F.urope'-. saving power. It stands to reasm tha' for a long time to come our discount rates will lomp.ire favorably with those of Kurope. Our friends In South Amer ica consider the creation of the Fed eral reserve system one of our great est achievements, and their willingness to rely upon our ability to provide to n certain extent, at' least, such financial aid as Httropo gave them In the past Is predicated upon tho contldenco that our new sjstem Inspires" Mr. Warburg warned against the low ering of banking standards through the competition between the national and State system to obtain more members. He deiioiinceit thn practice of pyramiding reserves ntxl of considering so-callod exi'em reserves thn lmte. for loan ex pansion. Mr. Warburg gave It as his opinion that financial preparedness was only In Its Infancy. H urged a Pan-American union of banks. He predicted a high Interest rnte In Hurnpe nt the eiosn A the war and said tint It would ho nee esary for financial Interests In this country' to movo to meet It. tlni'les See Future I'rolilem. Joseph n, Davies, chairman of the) Federal Reserve Commission, was the principal speaker at tho banquet. He said In part . "In tho future America will be re quired to show a greater degree of In telligence and coordination of hor strength ns a nation thin she hns here tofore attained. We shall be obliged to conserve th resourced so lavishly given us. With our raw land taken up wo shall be required to develop Intensively rather than extensivrlv Waste In nro. ductlon, distribution and manufacture must be prevented. Industrial condl-1 tlon mnt be stabilized and Intensified. "'At this critical Juncture In the hl. tnry of our country tho Government I ; seeking In every ninnner to aid, sustain and develop American commerce and 1 Industry, to protect It In every fair way with referenco to International compei - . tlon. The Government I also using , every rrsourre at its command which ! shall keep the nation prepared In cone tnirci- and Industries to the s.imo do- gree that It seeks to pieserve peace wi"h honor, and to protect the nation from Itolllo or military aggression from without" Tho last nf the convention business wa held this afternoon and these oftl'- cers nominated yesterday were chosen President Itenjumln F Smytlie presl- dent of' ihe Gunatnn N.itlonai Hani: nf Uronxville ; vice.iresldcnt, John Greg orv. vire-prit-ldent of tho Central Hank (nt Rochester, treasurer, Alexandsr Snyder, vice-president or tne iirnaiiway Trust t'otupany. New York, nnd secre tary, William J. Henry, reelected. BAY0NNE JOINS IN CAS WAR. Commerce t'linnibrr Will I'labt V 1. Cltjr Alintcmr.it Appeal. If tho Hayonue Chamber of Commcrco can prevent It tho New York city au-1 tborltle will not obtain nn Injunction' against tlio Standard Gil Company, lie teriiatlonal Nlckol Company or other concerns having plants In tlm Constiibli. Hook bec.iuso sinoko and gases from U.o plants urn wafted across tho Kill van Kull to tho iiUfgi-d annoyance or Itlch liioiid borough residents. An nppeal fnr thn abolition of thu smoke and gnse Is now In the I'nlted States Ktipromn Court. Resolutions wcru adopted by tho llayonne Chamber of Commerce yesterday calling upon At loi iiey-Grner.'il Wi-sentt of New Jersey and tlio llaonuo City Cominlssloncrs In tnko up the battle, on behalf of tho llayonim Industries Tho chamber takes the ground that It f necessary for tlm Industries com plained of to 110 metal producing gasen Hi tlio inaniifacttirn of their pmducts nml thnt It I nn Impossibility to pre vent thi-sn glisen escaping. McADOO UPHOLDS COLLECTOR. Immlrr Aakril hy I.oncwnrth A c qulls Cliiclmiatl nfllclnl. Wash iNOTost. June 9. Secretary Mo Adoo pave out to-day n statement com pletely exonerating Collector of Internal Revenue A. O. Gllllgan nt Clnclnnntl of charges Hint ho had violated tho civil service lawn In making appointments In his officii. The Investigation wns made nt the re quest of Representative Nicholas Long wnrth, and was based on affidavits which wem filed with Ihe United Slates Civil Service Commission charging Col lector Gllllgan with political discrimina tion. Gardner I). Matthews nnnltrnpt. Gardner P. Matthews of 33 Clermont avenue, Hrooklyn, a former member of Ihe bankrupt department storo firm of A, T. Matthews' Sops, filed n voluntary petition In bankruptcy yesterday, giving ltakllltlM of llt.K4.ll Mid aaaaU of ISO. GRADUATING FETES BEGIN AT PRINCETON Despite Hnrl Wonlhor, Hall (In mo To-rln.v Is Expoclcrl to Draw S5,onn. PniNcrrroV. N. .T June ! AclMlles attending Princeton's one hundred and Hl.tty-nlnth commencement liegnn here In , real enrnest to-ilay when hiitulreds of trnduntea from every corner of the glolm came trooping back to meet their rlnss mntes nnd renew memories of their col lege days, ns well ns see the Yale- Princeton baseball pAnie, Tho annual golf match between the graduates and the undergrnds was played early this nfternoon. After that Nassau street "ans thronged with gayly attired riunlonlsts, following their clns-4 bands, each striving to outdo the other In the matter of noise nml class spirit. Tents have sprung up nil oer the town nnd' the town seems to bo n different place I than It was yesterday. Tho evening wns devoted chiefly ng was aeioten cr,letl t",(rny ft ,abor ,nw WM ef , ,hP vcnlngs In tho various clasn , cutltrv whlch provides that no person i. To-morrow morning tho . ihall work more than tight hours a day. Old Home Kv headquarter. nnnual tnnlnr oratorical contest will bo held, with tho Ynle baseball game In the , afternoon. Despite weather conditions. , which promts.) to bo adverse, mnru than , r.'i.OOll tKMllde nre expected to bo oil hand to witmsH tho contests. To-morrow ee - tilng there will be upper class club banquets, senior singing on thn steps of-Nassau Hull and a presentation of tho Triangle Club play entitled "The llvil Lye." On Sunday morning President John l.rier lllliben will deliver tho bacc.ilaurc nte address In Alexander Hall, nfter , v.hl, h an alumni service will be held In .Marquntid Chnpcl. Thero will l.. a l.'.ture by J. s. llurges on the Prime- t n work In Pekln 111 tho evinlng In ! Munay Dodu'e Hall. ' Monday's activities will consist of . lass day exercises, ttio annual meetings of , ;nu rni nela Kappa. American vv tug and Cllosophlc societies Then- will i also be senior singing, a glee club ton cert mid th sophomore reception Tho commencement exercises will bo held In Alexander Hall 011 Tuesday morn ing, when the 3ii9 members uf the senior class will receive their degrees. WEST POINT SCORNS RAIN. - Drill., Concert. Hop mi' tltlicr) , ... .... .... Jnnr U eeU lecture. Held. Wkst Point, June 9 - -TV rain which has fallen almost ste.idilv here since Tuesday evening continued In u lino dr 7.- zlo throughout m.i.t of .o-ilay. but the. "Jiiiiu Wek" event all took place on time, although the attendance wns af- feeted. The morning was given over to the annual field day exercise of the cadet corps. In spite of the heavy co. line the meet was a success, two academy records being smashed. Tho battalion under command of ("apt. George S. Slmonds. Twenty-second In- fantry. assistant to tie commandant of carirts, engaged In 11 shelter tot p'trlilng drill on the grass plain this afternoon, The rain halted long mough t. permit till" i'HU and th- dr n-n-wie which fol- lowed", the first that It 'has b'en islble ta hold sine Tuesdav A bind concert 011 the lawn In front of the superlu-' tendenfa nuarters was enjoyed to-night, while a dance was given for the grailu.it- Ing eln In 4 'uiliim Hail ltrtg -Gen. M ' I). Hardin, and John M Wil-on 'tin, nnd Col W R. L.verniore, 'tl.'i; II. I. Harris, CJ, and A. C Hlunt, were among taoso who registered at alumni' headquarters to-day. BAR ADDS TO YALE'S FETES. Lawyer lirsdnnle Will Give I'oin- ..... . . mr.ic.-m,-,.. . ........ . New Haven, conn, June ti it was nnnounced to-da thnt a feature of In- terest In the Yale comit.encement wek programme this year would be the lunch- eon of thn Alumni Assoiatt..t .f the 1 1 ale school or law. mere Is p.irtlcu- 1 lar interest In the law school at this tl'"o " account of the appointment of ; the new dean, Thomas W Swan, Ynle j ! 1900, w takes up hi duties .it the; etui or tins year, nun me Hipoiiumcni as professor In tre law school of Walt, r Wheeler Cook, president of the Assocla- lion of American Law S ninls, and th" f ict that Prof William llowatd T.ift a ill Increase the scop., of lis vvoik In the law school next year by the addltl"" "f an o'ra course In liit.rn.itlon.il law. , T1"-' arrangements for the luncheon nto lelng made by Ch irle II Shcrttll. Vale Mi .former Ambassador to t!.e A- Rentlnc ItcptiMlc. Mr Mu ri ill is prcsl - ,,,'"t "f ,,'n s'11""1 M'l'nul Asso- 1 V ,'n ,. . . . V ' u,ln 19 "' tho l'nlverlty dining hall. w urartiiafs of the law-1 I school. The s-iihject for discussion at! ! . V", " ! national Law ' The speaker will m- dude, in addition to .Mr Sherrlll. Prof. iall. uenrge i.r.llion v 1101 . iiric.ess.r. of International law In the Harvard law school, and Dr. .lame lirnwti Scott, secictary of the Catnegle endowment Fund nnd chairman of the neutrality hoard appointed by the state Depart nielli F0RDHAM ALUMNI GATHER. nnls rrsnry llxrrrlara Will llritln 1 Tills V f teriionii, 1 The observance of the sevcnly-tlfth anniversary of I nrdhnm rnlversity ' founded In 1SU by irchblhoti John Hughes, will begin to-d iy nnd last until j licit Wednesday Some feature has been planned for each day of the celebration. Alumni societies all over the country are aiding tho $75,000 fund being col - lertcd to defray tho expense of thn anniversary. Cardinal Farley waa made honornry chairman of this fund Tho Rev Joseph A. Muliy. S. J., president of 1 I' onllinui, nnd Mm g m J O'llrirn. chair- man nf the Jiihllie committee, have been visiting many cities to obtain promises from tho alumni to bo present. If tho w cither Is propitious nn open air brldgn and euchre patty 011 tlio lawn this nfternoon will open the celebration. 1". will b In charge of the wives, daugh ters and tnothcis of Foidham graduates. A Held muss will be celebrated lit 10 o'clock to.nmiTow morning, at whlih the ry Rev. .Mgr. .lames N Counollv, pas tor of the Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel, will bo tlio celt brant. Tho Rev Owen A. Hill, S. J., professor of ethics Ht Fordhain, will pi each tho sermon. Mgr. Connolly will bo assisted by tho Rev. Patrick N. Hrcslln, pastor of tho Cliuriii of Our Lady of Mercy, Fordhnm, nnd tho Rev, Wllllnm Courtney, pastor of St. Rrondnn'H Church, Tho llrotu, An altar ha been erected to necommo. date the visiting clergy. Tho KlllghtB of ( "oluiiibus, Holy Nnni'i societies, Catholic llellcvolellt Legion. St. Vincent de Paul Society and nlh r C.ithollit societies will inarch lit ,1 body I lo the nllar, Piccnllng thn parade mill tin 11 guard nf 'honor coinpiHeil of 4J' i utig sous and datiglilcis of tho maid ers, Tho mass will be sung by the fir, nicmbrrahlp of Kiitnllr.licr Singer, j bund Veieln under the direction of Prof Kmil Reyl. Tho commencement exercises will ex. lend over a period of live days and will be held on the campus. The university's largest class, about r.oo, will receive diplomas, presented by Cardinal Farley of the class of '67. ' LABOR LAW TIES UP URUGUAY PORT ISiirileiiMimo ronrlUions Drive 31. Ship Lines From Montevideo. AVOHK IS AT STANDSTILL Government meddling with the labor problema of Uruguay has caused thirty four steamship lines, which formerly made Montevideo, capital of that coun try, a port of cnll, to keep their vessels attrnlr frmtt .hit rn.t Tti. .MtY linns ' , , ,' , v.-i.v.t. fciutL rcruiin lauor ieninnvfciii in I'ruguay wan of a nature decidedly hoi tllo to business. There are two large political par ties In the country, the Colorado, who am tho radicals, and the lllancns, who are. tho conservatives. Tho lllancoa nro tho land owning class nnd do not I favor tho recent legislation. At present. 'however, they nro In tho minority. He '1 ho laws of the country nro so loosely il-poJJ,'!0tx: plaining what thv mean. The present head of the tepubllc is said to be only nmlltttlileri.. Tim mimnnil. It Is f.,,. iH viitunllv In the hands of n for- tner President named Itatlle. who exer cises all tho powers of a dictator. Owing to the activities of Mr. H.itllo, who Is making a strong hid for re election, thn President of tho republic has Nsiied a di'crcto explaining that the (i;bL hour ilav tnliMt bn illvlitcit Into two r, ur iimlr periods, although this Is said t i, contrarv to what the legislature f Crtiguay had Intended when the laws ,.ro drafted. Am a result nil of the banking operations nf the country nro upect. as the Institutions open nt 10 tho morning and It is Impossible to transai t business four hours before noon or under the law to work the eiuplovecs ijtvtll 11" o'clock unit then bavo them icniain nt their duties six hours after their noon hour 1 The worst strain has fallen on tho shipping operations of the port of Monte video, how ever, and practically evi ry ship tine that formerly put In thero Is now paslng that port nnd going on to Huenos Ayrc.s. Virtually all of the Js?. tr.1.f7J exnortx and imports of the cnuti- try pas through the pnit of Montevideo. As n result of the eight hour law practically ever.v thing nt the port I. nt !11,,(llKtll Stevedore, are allowed work wi ly igbt hours a da. ami then In two four hour periods. Moreover, 'n'' cannot live o- sleep on the docks or on the tugboat which He In the liar- Lot F. th. leasrc 't is necessary t" have three shifts of stevedore on hand always, even though thy may be idle, for It can never be told exactly when a ship will arrive In ort The owner of the tugboat. and lighter In the har- 'M,r say that tbev cannot operate under tin law ami have withdrawn from bul- new. tying up the mire port. Mean- whllo the Government Is Insisting upon enforcing the law to the l-tter l'nles the owner of the tugs, lighters and docks give In and operate, cvtn though It may luln themselves financially, the Government threaten to issue sufficient Isonds to equip the harbor of Montevideo w'h facilities to carry on bulnes and i"11 Private enterprise cntlrelv out of the , field. THREE SHIPYARDS MERGED. Toild I'o. to Control T1.11 I'lniM Here nnd One on I'lelnV. ! Wall Street heard yesterday of the proposed merger of three big ship- I , budding ard. The new compan.v. tin . Todd Shipyard Corporation. I to b. I In. orporated under the law. of thl TOmp,u,,eH ,. W1, b( c0 , solid ite.t are the itoiiiiin Dry io.-k and Repair "ompnny of Ilrooklyn. wh.ch 1 thn largest repair yard for hlpp,ng In New York harbor; the Tletjeti a. Lmg Dry Ivick Company of Hnboketi, ' second to the largest here, and the Seattle Construction Company, which 1 nicond to the largest shipbuilding and repair yard on the Pacific coast William II. Todd, president of tie itolilitns company, win neau tne new company, which wli havo outstand ng J r,,r.0i.Oi'O of subsidiary company bonds an Issue of $3,000,000 live year fi per , cut notes and f.'i.OOO shares of cone j mnu stock of no pnr value, The 53.000.000 note sold bv the Todd , shipyard Corporation will bo dated 1 j,,,,,. ir,, 191(1, and will have the benetlt 1 ,,f ,4 semi-annual sinking fund if at ,.,st 2u per rent, of the net earnings , r the i-orporntlon after payment of interest and sinking fund charges on suuiuiary company nouns aun uuerci , otes, The tlrn i tnr, ,v,n ma, n,.c ,hed on fstlmated ' ".000,000 bef sitiKing riiiiu pay ceniber IS, ll'lO annual net cirn- cforn chin cc. the mrni,ils for the sinking fund for the ,,,, fnr ,, year would be In excess of ! 11.11. "Oil , tuid If net laming during the life of the, notes are maintained al ., 000.000 annuKllv, a total of at least j::. ato.onii note, or 7f per cent, of the Issue, would 1m retire.! before innturity 1 They are convertible Into stock at the j rate' of 1100 face amount of note for one share of stock. PUMP DIVIDEND DECLARED. W'orttil.lKtoo, Siieerssor of Intrrnn I tlonnl, l'n nn Stork, 1 The Worthlngtou Pump and .Ma- I chmery Coinpnny ha ileclared an Initial 1 , quarterly dlviilenH of la4 Pr cent, on 1 the dus A preferred stock. Thl Is 1 j the reorganization of tho International 1 Steam Pump Company, 1 Tho directors of the Worthlngtou com- 1 pany, according to nn announcement made yesterday, nro Charle II Sabln, president of ths Guaranty Trust Cone pany . A- w Hureharrt, vice-president of the General Lloctrlc Company, G, G, lleniy, Lewis L. Clarke, 1" H Wells, T. Frank Manville, Waller Ixtlgh, Har rison William, J. H. Sague, 11. K Moller and Percy Jackson. Tin. executive committee) nf the board Is composed of Mnsurs. Well, chnlrman Jackhon, Henry, Hurchard, Manville and Williams. It Is expected that tho an nouncement of the election of 11 presi dent of tho company will be made roup. COMPLETING AUTO MERGER. .Veir ('jr.O,0(M),OI)(l Cuiiipniiy Mny He Ineoriiornti'd To-day, ' Announcement will probably he mado tn-day of the Incorporation of the new 1 nriO.000.noo motor compiny which w .11 take control of the U illys-Overland, ('hairnets and Hudson Motor compinici. nnd the Aiito-Lito and lisk Itiiblicr companies The Interests funning tho new motor combination were enguged jeslcrdiy In Milking out the tlnnl details for thu In corporation of tho concern. The underwriting svudlcalo has been licavily oversubscribed. II Is expected that within a short tune thn allotments will be made by the syndicate iiniuagers. In view nf the fact that tho new con solldatlon may later on acquire other properties, It was ssld yesterday that tho capitalization may be greater than the figure already mentioned. L0NGSH0REMEN WIN STRIKE. 'lne Thotiaand on thn I'aelflo Cottal Go ItneU to Work, Ham l.nANCi8Po, Juno !. Tim 9,000 longshoremen who went on strlko on Juno 1 to obtain higher wages and the closed ohup went back to work to day, having won their demands, at least temporarily. Settlement wan effected at a thirteen hour I'onferenco between representative.") of holh sides, nt which Henry M. While, Commissioner of Immigration of .Seattle, requested by the Department of Labor lo act ns mediator, presided, Tho em ployer ngreed to tho men's demands pending tho submission of both ques tions to arbitration. A series of ennfereneoa wilt begin hero to-morrow nt which tho cmploycra' and union's representatives will deter mine uiwii a permanent wage scilo and working conditions. Wharves all utong the, Pacific coast are piled high with freight awaiting shipment on vessels lied up hy thu htrlKars. Kent Srhool flradnatea 2ft. St mm it, N. J., Juno 9. Tho largest graduating class In thn history of Kent Placn School held Its commencement ex ercises last night. Among tho twenty eight young women who received diplomas wero tho Mlsscn Hazel 13, Chls- hoim anil Olive Atterbury of New York Helen Wathrldge of Wagoner. Okla. ; 'Mary 1. Carter of Houston, C-irolyn H. I '-lapP of Wichita, Kan., Klennor H. Davidson of Scrnnton. LlKabcth O. Smith and llllzalieth Durlnger of Fort Worth, Clara II. Krouter. Youngstown; Ituth I.e." of South Orange, Mary Mo Knlg of Pittsburg. Margniet M. Steven- sou of Waverly, N Y. . Mnry W. Phrnner nf Summit and Margaret D. Jtoberts of Masking ItldRo. AMCSK.MKNTS. m:w ionics i.i vtiiMi iiii 1 MCAaVf iMCTCOniMTHCtTRt lihtif miifii.nini. W Z16T. NEXT MONDAY Sesti NOW 11 I I jMJ1 II j J ArTtlTltrtYV1SITUc.l.v.m.s MCCTINb S. sttilMMidiiii. and ontlcrftil Trlhime PPITFRIflM o Twn Kiivii.i, 4 1 St a 1 " and s l.". PAIMni PR West lid si nt s 10. V.AI1UULIX T,vi vVe.1 an. JOHN BARRYMORE m Jons r.Ai.suiiimiY s limTICF MA-rl.llPIKCK JUOIlx-C GAIETY It'way. 411 si t.v.sao. I.a.t '.' li.i l-.t To l.iv 1! I'll rime. MRS. FISKE ErstwhiU susan GAIETY SKSlOAY Twice Daily ("4' 2:30 & 8:30 P.M. Oi,tirtra .MM. 11 A '.'it Halt timii'v '.'h SIR HERBERT TREE .1 Orflff Hsu i. hf 17.V1I if furh on trrtno ' Editorial V Y Tribune MACBETH 1 naiftaroc w 4s.i. i i m uui.umuiil. 1 Mat TivUj a LEO DITRICHSTE1N I VsT a liMI s is nisi iiMiniv THIl'MI'll THE GREAT LOVER DCI ICPft WKST I4TII T. i;ienln.-s III DtLAOUll M:,t. Till) Y A Thiirs an THE BOOMERANG UADDIC W S'.sl' U" s 1 1 l I.PI.1...W Mum. Tidll A Will in wi. hi lll.li Ml nil 1 1 inn I llU Winter Garden I is M .1 T- -diy ui s ne in j I 11 Ml I I. ROBINSON I I Witli AL CRl'SOK. JR. I I JOL-SON COMEDY 41.1 I I I I I V Mat l'i. D. A Tie I'mir eno .11 1 phi. 1 1 nil Lner Helen l s II 1. 1 I 1 -I I Ml hn. CUIlnCUTThel lllli orll-i Ivssl", OnUDtni M.,i nei-To IHi A Wcl J t Herald '.ipped right up t 1 tin ml uh. h.irlr Uarnlun In I -iihi- .mltl I I N Ml M SIIIIU IX KIU.N 44TH ST. i he 1 ttr ll w .1 v s 1 lc I Matinee To Da) . 1 1. LAST 2 TIMES llslltl I IMI I II. Ml. II I raclalS ., it 1. mi 1 11 iv I VyHSIIIW M utnec. To D.iyAWisI a JO A Mielcil 1 oiinl) That 1 11 tcreilt Maxine Elliotfs m!:!,''.-. Jl! A LADY'S NAME i.'irn in ' lli-nlil MU lrniH's)t u.ts) lm'WtlMo LYRIC 4Vil We.t of ll ov I . MlltllleiwTn llij A Wi s ."I an llu.lcal Mine.. Lf A T I Kl If A if Hie Srnanii r rA I I M r M GALA RKTURN IU-lNIuill FRIARS FROLIC I'ur Ihe llenetlr A ! ifs' I llti I , VMl'lT, I II Itl.Sl lit I 1 1 si Vis . -'' ,.1k. ,,'.c, SI Oil al till) It'll (Utile LUNA Floitnrka with Honauli anil Olliir l!i l eaiuiei ' i. Ill T1 ST UK I II Mi I i' Jiiiirti it roiTCDinu li vA I tw ii i: "ii vill l a-iiiw. 4 I KT l.'i A s Ir. ALTO sin HERBERT TREE vVYat2t: S-4.ii- In M VI III I II and a I tun Arts I .uneilv IGORT W is si I'hiinii llry, 4H. r.vs.H;: .iiiit i el n a w 1. 1 .'ii MOLLY 0' lihi'MielcalRIt PII.K.KKlTH'siTlnsxI. Koalaft Thna. A. A I IP p AVIaitaMaluisfnlaeCo. A L. fs Clp, n story, Karlsir tilrU. llllyM.l.':..--Hll.MiH.Culllln.J(ivi;.Ueniiril. LEW KELLY HELLO W YnB!r, HEAD OF POLICE CHIEFS Head of Newark Department Defeats California!! liy Only Nine Votes. Nkwauk, June 9. Michael T Long, chief of police of Newark, was elected president of thn International Associa tion of Police Chiefs nt the closing ses sion In tho ltobert Treat Hotol here to-day, defeating Walter J. Petersen of Onkland, Cal., tlrst vlceiresldenl lying received eighty-eight votes against sev-enty-nlno for Petersen. On motion of Petersen tho election was tiiinle unani mous. Mr. Pcterrcn wns reelected tlrst vice president by acclamation Two changes wero mado In less Important ofllces. Patrick Klcley of Plnlntleld was sue reeded an third vice-president by Dnnlel Wolff of Yonkcrs nnd William Copelan of Cincinnati was replaced as fourth Mce.presldent by Garret J. Farrcll of Hartford. Cuiin. Millard F. Kerr of South Hend, Ind. wan reelected second vice-president The other officers reelected were; Fifth vice president, A P. Sherwood of Mtoona Pa.: secretary, Major ". ! Klrer of Norfolk, Va. : treasurer, Fred . rtoarh of Jacksonville, Fla. ; scrgcnnt-at-nrms. Lona II. Day of Hcrnntntt. Kansas City was selected for the 1911 meeting. Resolutions expressing sym pathy on the death 'if Chief John .1 Downey of Detroit and those of thank to Ncwnrk nnd Uh police department wero adopted bifnro the convention ad journed. 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