Newspaper Page Text
2 N THE Sim,' SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1916. ' 3
Years of Watchful Waiting by Stuyvesant High Finally Is Rewarded by Victory Over De Witt Clinton Eleven
OLD STUFF PROVES
BEST MEDIUM FOR
Xetv Plays Seldom Able to
Stnnil the Test of
SCOt'TS HELP COACHES .
GET ADVANCE "DOPE"
Ir SOI. MKT7.0EH,
Washington ami Jrffcrton Football
The new In football In what we arc nit
driving for though It wins but few i
lms. systems are planned before thu
season begins, yet each coach must be on
the lookout for the unusual lest It upset
his ytem, as all systems can be upset.
If tilhereit to too long and too rigidly.
Tet there Is mighty little new In football
rear In and year out that stands the test
After all good material, thoroughly
froumled In fundamentals, whips splen
did material which Is master of the
freak and the fake. Pittsburg overs-helmed
Syracuse 300 with formations
Warner used four and five years ago, al
though Syracuse had the best lino mate
rial In tho country and seemed to know
all sorts of freak football.
Nevertheless, the coach spends his
waking nights wondering what Is to bo
met next. There are more formations
aied to-day In attack than a team can
tx coached to meet. At times these odd
formations, sprung unexpectedly, bring
victory. One of the greatest annoy
ances of the conch Is to sense these
wtlrd formations In advance.
Sconta (let the? Dope
That Is one reason why scouts are sent
to watch the opposing teams In action.
They get tho dope and the dope Is not
only the formations of the team they
ire watching, but what each man does
under gln conditions and In a measure,
how the team thinks.
Hecnuse of thU scouting practice
ahlch Is perfectly legitimate and done
openly football games are played In one
or two ), Klther tho team uses Its
standard formations or It plays tho dope.
And the dope mav be good or bad. One
war. when coaching Pennsylvania, one
f my coins brought back the Informa
lon th.it .Michigan used a punt forma
!on anil that when a punt or a run was
jit milted the fullback played ten yards
,.li ml renin-.
When n pass was attempted the full
shied eleven yards back. Although this
wmd tut a trltte. It proved to be the
urnlrig point of the game. We had not
- ored on Michigan and they had the ball
in our live yard line. Three rushes
ailed to gain and the full dropped back
is though to try n goal. He stood
-leven yatds back, and the entire Penn
vlvanU eleven knew a forward pass
lould result. Consequently the pass
xas Incompleted and u score prevented.
Ho Not Try to Crt Slicnals.
Scouts do not try or attempt to get
'he signals of the team they are watch
ing. It Is not ethical to do so, and
furthermore It Is poor football to at
tempt to play signals. All signal sys
'ems can be changed many times In a
anie. and n team playing Its opponents'
rlirmLs Is bound to lie double crowd.
Then, too, the average coach finds It
ntlrely too illlllcult to have his own
men master their own signals, and
irons it Is Impossible to teach them an
ther set at the same time. There are a
wmber of people who believe signal
natchlng In practised, hut In fifteen
rar of football I have never heard of
A former player and coach Is used to
coin on various teams an eleven meets
during the season. The scout must know
'ootbill from klckoff to touchdown, and
o f.teni but his own so far seesms
vractlcal for this work. Ills task Is a
ir.ost perplexing one, us It la next to Im
possible to watch more than n few men
n earn play.
Jost Wntrh and Itrmrmber,
In fact, It Is Impossible If he tries to
!o' down all he sees. Some scouts watch
and memoriae and get It down after
ward, others follow various systems
nore or less eliliorate. Coaches every
where are on the hunt for a system of
routing that can be universally applied.
vJt it seems that the best results are
ad hy letting the scout work out a plan
f his own to get the dope. At that they
T.lti a pood deal of It, especially do'.all
Silay of each man.
Certain elevens In the country play
he dop.) entirely. They figure out
'hanerj, In offence and defence each
tk d combat tho play of the team
!f't each Saturday. Others make no
it!emri n changing the placing and
duties of players. The bust elevens are
loom which can so alter their play In
i came as to moit tho new conditions
I have known teams to revive old
slays in ihe pinch of a big game, Penn
ylva'. s ured on Harvard In this way
'n l:-iif And I have heard that In 1914
'' and J players conceived the for
ward pass which scored on a certain big
im during that game, l'ltt, this year,
hanged us defence during the Syracuse
ami t i met the hitter's odd open game
hen the first defenco used had failed.
Sanfnrd'a ev I'laiy.
Thsre tins been prolous little new
lute ih j season. Sanford. always seek
r.e raoi ai formations, has come to the
front u.th n new play at Hutgera known
' the multiple kick. It Is Indeed rad
ical S 'ou'a of various teams have ex
'lalr.ed it to me. Hutgers uses the play
Instead nf a punt because a ball can be
ilckcd in this way farther than by punt
1rK. jet this kick is not a plucement
It lis. -n m-rlt If It erORSeS
'ke goal which It may for any distance
T' to bxty yards jf counting threo
In making the nlav the Hutgers team
'r.es. up as though to make a placement
lck. Two of the halfbacks lie down
time seven ynrds back of the line of
rcrlmmiiso with their arms extended so
their hands meet. They form a pocket
llh their hunds to hold the ball. The
Wc'iter stands slightly back of them. The
quarterback receives the ball from the
'Wre, runs back and places It In the
nands of Jho two backs and they hold It
well up above tho ground while the kicker
w.a forward and drlvea It down the
It li a kirk which Is not defined In the
rul, fur It Is neither punt, placs or
4rop kick. It scores a goal from tha
f!U b,iuM In section 7, rule H, a goal
'rom the field Is described as "made by
kicking the ball from the field of play
o'r tho cra.is.bar of the opponents' goal
In any way except by a punt or klckoff."
(Copyright, 116, by Sol Mtsr.)
LARGE GOLF FIELD
IN ARDSLEY MATCH
More Than Two Hundred Play
ers Compete In Play for
HESULT8 AT ALL CLUBS
More than two hundred golfers took
part In the November cup competition
t Ardsley Country club yesterday. The
Play started with the qualifying round,
seventy players remaining In eight for
match play. J, F. Eagle, with 9125,
9, led the field with the low gross and
T. 8. Puller Won the low net hnnnra ,l(h
79. O. Smith. Jr.. on. of .h. i- h.i.
cap men of the club, wan slightly off
form and was Just nosed out r te. eii
Baltasrol Oats Elects.
The annual meeting of the Baltusrot
country Club was held yesterday
a full attendance. The committee'
port dealing- With the tournament.
the year, was ready and heartily un
proved, Inasmuch as Haltuaro had om
of Its most successful seasons. At tho
meeting six governors. Max II. llehr,
Kdney H. Ilrowne, Samuel I. Pavldge.
Willis L. Oarey, John It. Hardin nnd
William a. McKnlght were reelected for
At this meeting tho John J. Miller ,
trophy for tho lowest selected score for
the eitr.nll u-nu 1ratitai1 til tnv tt. !
seaaon was presented to Max It.
Marston. the clever exponent of golf," h the stuyvesant victory there was
who captured the top honors with a &. uncovered a new scholastic star a lad
His selections, coming from the twelve , whom llttlo had been heard In early
rounds In which he competed at the "'ason games. Alfred Shuck Is the new
club, gave him a card of: 1Jo1 of ,he ,Jlue nn ,ed rooters. The
0u, 33:43344 3 husky right halfback accounted for nine
In..'.'.','.'.'.'..'.'..'. 33:33143 J :l c teen of his team's points, scoring a
This competition has- been Interesting I touchdown, kicking four goals from
forty-three players of the club since touchdowns and booting three p acement
April 29. Howard Ha.brouck. with ' kch of the three placement
2.j2857. finished second, and Dr. 1. 'erc from difficult angles.
S Morrow, with 30 2S 58. was third. , bhuek was a tower of strength on the
The lowest selected score of the tony
three plaers made a 52 for the course,
which gives Marston added prestige.
Steven P. Nash, with 57, won the trophy
last ytur. On election day Haltusrol will
hold an eighteen hole handicap against
bogey with suitable prizes offered. Other
metropolitan golf results follow:
QiiBlKylng ltoun.l for November CupJ.
F. Kanle. u Wi M. I . I'oiiini,
. iirr,t A
It. K. Klpp tied for tlrst pru- uii Jir.
and Mrs. & V. Cook t 0. Ml.s Louise
Graham and Archie Graham tied fur sec
ond lth Mr. und Mrs. W. I. Motfat at tin.
There will be a putting competition fur
women end a thlrty-ula hole match P'.ay
for men election day.
ENGI.EVOOt Klghtern bole match
piay against bog e flr.t prlie" won hy
lirantland ftlce. tl up: second Priae to
Daniel Kent. 3 up. Kw competitors took
part. Kleotion day there will be four ball
matches, both morning and afternoon.
FOX MILLS There were no regular com
petitions yesterday, but many Players were
on hand, practising for tho captains
trophy and the II. H. Pain-trophy, to be
Played for election day. The tlrst Js at
ihlrt-slx hole match play and the second
the best round of thlrtj-slx holes,
UI.KN IIIDUK Fall sneepstukes O. C.
Ilektnun. PI IS. 73; II. K. Ilralne, 03
i-o, 73. II. I". Smith. US l. 77: Dr. L. II.
Hmlth. I..-, IT. 7h: B Deane. P3 -13. Ml;
V O I'on-rs. US 17. hi . W. II.
US IS. M; C A. HungerfoM, PH 1, t0.
IIVPUWOOD Ilaymond Hmlth a an
nounced as the winner of the president J
cup, play for which hai been cimtlnucd
throughout tho season. He scored .1 total
uf 22 i.olnts.
MONTCLAIH Woman's putting competi
tion Won by P. K. Dunalio-. Miss Horn,
thy II. Allen was econd. suseepstakea for
men. class A Frank W. ller. 73-l, .3.
V. C. Hall. 8J II. 74: It. H..ilreaor, K.
IS. 75: It. tftarreit, S H. '-. "'
laintr M-0. 73: II. A. Halllrun. s-l-lo.
7il; O. J. Turner. 8.1 H. 77: J. A. Kelsey.
Mi" 77; F. W, Kchoonmaker. Jr., H'- 1-.
so; II. H. Nerf. S V. SO: J V Ilatten.
83, J. I. .ilmmonds. PI S. in. Class
H 3. C. I.owry. bH Hi, till; II. Dewarl. in
17. 73: K. II. Hteurns, ss 14. ,4: U.
Wllcnx, 01 in, 7.-.: II. I. Delano, HI- N.
77: C. II. Tuke. tMl-IS. 81: K. J Hwords.
PU lfi, 81 : A. Morrison. tt7 14. us. Uu
C Dr. U W. Ilatten. IOOt-SO, 74; H. Web
ster. Ill ST. 81,
MOHK1S COUNTY Having completed
the competitions for th giiverners nnd
president's cup. there were no """'la'
matches yesterday. However, on e ectlon
day there will he two prliea oltred In a
handicap against bogey.
NASSAU Aecumulatlon cup eLf
were: A. W. Ilos.lter. 4-5. 7: John T
I'ratt. b IC. '0; W. L. Pap, lot 23. SI,
Henry Pane, 94 II. ! L 1 Hrone,
95 IS. SS It. T Mctiusty. 100-16. 84.
and H. W Csrhart. 10010, 0.
1'I.AINl'IKI.D In the seml-flnal round
of the four ball championship to-day P. O.
Itelnhart and II. It. Stockton defeat-d J.
W. Maker and It. H. How land, t up (11
holes. W. I., illenney and II. II. Craig won
from J. K. Krlckson and Thomas It.
Wheeler by default. Tho point winners
for the fall cup were: II, U de Forest,
til IP. 7S! II J. Cnehran, 03 SO, 73: D.
II, Howlan'd, M4-21, 73: II. H. Craig. Bil
ls 74 II. I- de Forest also won thu
sweepstakes event with a net score of 7S.
HCAHSD ALU Fall sweepstakes, class A
Dr. J. W. Cassell. us 1ft, 78. Clasa U
Dr. W. 8. Hurrowe. P5 24. 71.
WVKAOVL Severn! club m-mbers en
tered Into nn Interesting match against
pur, the winner being O. K. Maltby, who
Pnlshed 1 up.
UPPEK MONTCI.AIR Most of tha club
golfers rested and prepared for the handi
cap against par and four ball and foursome
to bs held election day.
SCHOOLBOYS FAIL TO SCORE.
Fordbaoa Prep and Vonkeri High
Yonkers High School eleven caught
the Fordham Prep team off form nnd
held the Maroon players to a scoreless
tie on Fordham Field yesterday.
Mitchell's unsuccessful try for a sonl
from field from the 30 yard line In the
third period was the only opportunity
the vlsltom had to score. Yonkers out
weighed and outrushed the Fordham
boys, but failed to penetrate the Ilronx
team's defences at critical moments ow
tni tn noor ludgment and fumbling.
O'Orady at centre played superior to
hl Fordham line mates, while White nt
fullback was a power In offensive tactics
and tackling. Tne lineup:
fordham Preo 10). Yonkers H. B. 10).
It. H. ..
I, ff "
Ilannln . .
1 11,, t -niirrson
K. II tkhleker
... V. n Davis
SlVlliMr Hndth. New Itochelle If. fl. I'm.
nlre-Mr. Bontlivilck. llanaril. Linesman-Mr.
Mulcahey. Hubstltutea-Fontham Prep Mulry
lit Lewis. T. llrennan for Fox. Huffy for Mc.
Kernan. Fonner for llrennan. Tluw of periods
CRESCENT SOCCERS VICTORS
side rlsht for ths Craacants. took the ball
5f.V TK n..d In a long run and bom-
"."L " .inhurat aoal. Babcork.
who Played a on. gams In goal for tha
vlltafs. stopped ths shot, bul on tbt rs
iao Titus bm with sttr sttoesss.
JSW thaTVhe T.irn"d. onlV thrVe flru ' m..l. w.len' P.-uh.,.,ut.ni for ff",.-1 ' ffl C CurJ.s rleld. slaten ; x& l0mZ PPeaVed Sc
iVtV h' . '"'i " M II"''- Jowns. Stuyvcsant's line held stoically. , Sinclair. Intercepted a forward pass and ,,,,, by the ,cora of 7 goal3 t0 ye3. nnlsh the wo boats "PP'1 ""
i;nVs-l.V IJ. Collins irj-lH. 74. , atld Buln ,hrowinB lhe Clinton ' raced tlfty yards for a tally. Shuck The lineup: , h"I wmIS ,hr?t ti,-lunbTr boat had
5i-o. T5i J. SI. Shedd. M-x. .0. arable losses. ishlstle blew. . c.rro? U II sl 'and one-lxteenth mile cmrso In 6 mln-
AI'AWAMIS-KlshWn hole medal play . ' I Taj lor (Ca,pt:)........U II"::::::::"... Bul.nun i Utes 41 seconds.
-F':"r:" st.pauus blanked by bushwick team loses ---- x
laa. .wo nolnta to tneir record at tne
-,, nf the Bensonhurat Field Club,
whh iuffeVd defeat by the score of 1 g.
tn a at Hay Itldga yeaterday, tha soccer
n?yerVof th. Crescent Athl.tlc Club kent
ryths .ysn in lbs annual ch.mplon.h p
aSSi l" w f sn'd .uek'from"...,
to finish. Tha deciding goal was scured
aft.r half an hours ply, whsn Tltua, for
'"r.?r..ri er..inin school star, at out-
Stuyvesant Gridders Toy
With Clinton's Eleven
In a Tilt at Polo Grounds, Fifteenth Street Boys Van
quish Red and Black, 43 to 0 Shuck Scores Touch
down, 4 Goals and 3 Placement Kicks.
After year of patient waiting tha
Stuyvesant football team accomplished
Its chief ambition yesterday, defeating
the De Witt Clinton eleven In a decisive
manner at the Polo Grounds. Tho score
of 43 to 0 Illustrates the superiority of
the winning eloven. It Is the first time
In the history of scholastic football that
Stuyvesant haa triumphed over Its arch
rival. Prior to yesterday the neatest
approach to a Stuyvesant victory came
even years ago, when De Witt Clinton
r-nool not ii. ..... i. i c I
n,mt u1! V. e I V. 1
count. Last year Stuyvesant failed to
wore against the Ited nd Ulack team.
Notwithstanding a considerable ad-,
vantage In weight the Clinton team was
powerless against the attack of the Kast
Sixteenth street boys. The nearest
Coach Cook's team came to a score was
in mo mini auartcr. when Clinton had , ball over tho Bur for another Placement onsnnou i. k jootn
with i the ball on the 25 yard lino. A , goal, the kick measuring thirty-five yards. Hnn " Ce.n'r i!??
'v.- v- Jg '"Msu imciici- nnuiii; n,ici mo nv nikrewi. .... UiaiffOW It Dlsclllla
i micu Lnu tv .1 v lur uin wurai iir- i inn muni BunauLiuiuii utns v b...v. . iingrre J. iiuinian. i.inpRnirii-r . iirenti.
feat Buffered by Clinton In many years. Krancls Dlel, who substituted for Hrown t'ommerce, ana K. Abbatte., II. II, H. (ie.l
Stuyvesanf. 40 to 0 victory over Uush-' t . n ll!.'.t0Ttth. fflhnZ&SS&LlilFiSi
vyitn mai ouiuruuy cviuenuy was a
great incentive ror tne team, for It i
Plunged through tho Clinton line w Ith '
Kcemlng case and several times success
fully worked forward passes for ma
i terlal gains.
A V. w K ( f AvUvi.
offence, making several tackles that
scintillated with brilliancy. He was the
life of the eleven und urged his team
mates on with remarkable success
Shuck, howeverAdld not usurp all the .
Stuyvesant glory. He was ably assisted
by Capt. Hogcrs, Edflle Dooley, Seneca
Samson, Jack Sinclair and Howard i
An Idea of the extent of Clinton's In-
Hack Catches Punt and Runs
Seventy Yards for Tally
Scoro 13 to 0.
N. J Nov. 4 Montclalr
.,...! .h trnni t Paul's
ented the strong St. I aul s
of Uarden City on Academy
Campus hero this afternoon, 13 to 0.
Montclalr's tlr.t touchdown came In the
second rpiarter. when Huck caught
Smith's punt and ran for seventy yards.
A series of open plays netted the second
tally In tho third quarter. Tho lineup:
Montclalr Acad lll. St Paul's School (0).
Husk' . .
... L O
. . Centre. ... .
.. ,R. O
' ..O. II
Pilnier . .
.. .. Smith
lluck . ..
L. II . .
The score Montt lair Academy. ":;.
Paul's School, 0 Keferee Mr. Elder, Will.
Isms. I'mplre Mr. Orossbaurh. Ilarvard,
Head linesman-Mr. K C. Carlson. Middle,
hury. Tlmkeeiier-Mr. II S. Talor. Amhirst
Touchdowns thick. Silencer. doai from
touchdown-Iluc'K. Substitutions lor Mont
dalr: llandall for Conadon. Conadon for
Randall: lor St. Paul's School: Juhnson for
llusch, Vanderbllt for IlendrUkson.
HARVARD FRESHMAN VICTORS.
Nose Out F.xeter Kleven In Annual
Came, 21 ta 20.
Campripoe Mass., Nov. 4. The Har-
vard frenhniati football team uareiy masso. carter tor nyan.iomasso mriino,
squeezed out a victory over Phillips Kxe- Martin for Totnas.o. Time of periods-10
ter Academy this afternoon. 21 to !0. minute, each.
F.ach team scored three touchdowns, but .
tho Crlmron youngsters won because ERASMUS HARRIERS WIN.
Hadlcy kicked three goals, while Jordon
of Kxeter got only two. .'score- Victory In Triple Crass-
Harvard led. 21 tn G, at the end of ,'r
tho third quarter. Kxeter scored twice Country Meet.
In tho final pctlod. Tho freshmen, as Tne clty c0neBe ieam ef freshman
things turned out, won their match be. ,arrers lost their opening cross-country
cause late In tho first half Litchfield , mrpt of th(1 ea!)0rl yesterday when they
broke through tho Academy a rushers nilBhwl ti,r,i to teams representing
and recovered a fumblo which occurred j.:rasnlus n(j Commercial respectively
behind the Kxeter goal. The lineup: the pro-D-ct Park course In Brook-
Harvard Freih. (21)
... . Laurie
Harvard Freshmen, it; Phillips Kieter. so.
Touchdowns llorwren. Laurie. I.ltchneld,
Johnson, sterm. joruon. uoaia irom iiiiicn
(lowns-Iladley 3, Jordon i bubstl utes-For
Harvard: Cohen for Whitney, Apthorn for
Thorn.llke. Cheney for Hadley, Litchfield for
I.lvlnirston, Coolldge for Oesry. Wrenn for
llorwren, .lonnson ior loonusr. .vein iur
Post: for Kxeter: Stlllman for Uavla. sterm
for Stlllman. Time ot periods 12 minutes,
RONNIE'S PLAY FEATURES.
Leads Hotherford Illah to Victory
Over Montclalr. 13 to fl.
MoNTCLAtn, N. J., Nov, 4. Rutherford
High School football players defeated
tho Montclalr High School tmm at tho
Commonwealth Athletic Field here this
afternoon, 13 to 3. Itonnlo scored both
touchdowns mad. by Itutherford.
I Ituthcrford (1J).
; L. O
, R. fl
. F. 11
, , ltows.T
Score by periods:
Itutherford - J
Montclalr II. 8 0
Heferee-Mr. 8tone, flprlnrneld. Umpire
Mr. Howling, Springfield. Field Judire-Mr.
Denman, Bprlnafleld. Time of per ods-11
minutes. Hulherjord scoring; Touchdowna
t ...... i. nnnl from touchdown Plerson.
.n,.l.i ..nrlnri final from field Keenan
Itutherford substitutions' Schoenfeld tor
lwls Campbell for Ronnie, Allen for Mchoen.
..in Twl. foe Allen. Ronnie fnr Campbell,
a, inr Rnnnlfl. Montclalr allbstltllltona
Vernon for Keenan. Vlttierald for Summer -
field, Kretchmer for Wilson, Summer Held lor
Coach Mason's team defended the east
goal and was at a disadvantage, for
what little wind was blowing was favor
able to Clinton. Shuck kicked off for the
Dutchmen, and Clinton relinquished tho
ball on down" Shuck then dropped back
to the S2 yaiTl line and kicked his first
placement goal. The quarter ended
with the leather In mldfleld.
KlinrU staretd tha second period with
a boot to the 30 yard line, but Dill
v. , .. niii,tnH.i un .ml atlmnl.,(t
1 iii""vii, iiiiivn mi , uie ieaucn nan esiauusnea an uurail-
to ru" Wlth tho bal1 be,ore ffttch!,1 tago of 3 to 1. The lineup:
As n result Thompson fumbled and tho , Commttct (5. Doya' Hlih (II
,,., waa rctri0Ved by Dooley. who. with ,dS3 Coal ..?.'!.. TrinVky
no Interference, crossed the line forjManr K. 11 Vaue
tho first touchdown made by Stuyvesant Kopple , U 11 Shutte
against Clinton In years. Shuck kicked i l'""f.
the goal. Kut .."""rJ"
In the same period Al again booted the Thorner O. H Zablodoreky
sixiy yarus mr iuuvnuun. vi-t
K'ven fine interrcrencc, ami in s. io
eether with his clever sprinting, en
abled him to reach the line with ease.
Wei's touchdown was followed by u
kicked goal by Shuck. The whistle then
Mounded, marking the end of the first
half, with the scoro 20 to 0.
"hack Again Scores,
An exchange of kicks In the third
niiarter netted Stuyvesant a twenty yard
gain. On a fake formation Sinclair
received a pass from HhUCK, jacK gam-
Ing fifteen yards. On the next play
Shuck went through right guard for five
yards and a touchdown, this being fol-
lowed by another successfully kicked
goal by the right halfback.
In the final quarter Shuek punted, but
tho ball was fumbled and recovered on
the 40 yard line. Shuck then made
with his third placement goal, notwlth-
.t.nitlnB a noor nass
Tw0 forward passes brought the ball
t0 tne so yard line In the same period,
anj after a series of line plunges Sam-
0n went through centre for two ards
and a touchdown. In the last ten sec
THIRD STRAIGHT GAME
Eleven Falls Victim to St.
John's Prep Warriors by
19 to 0 Score.
Hushwlck's football team lost Its third
straight game of the seaspn esterday,
Mnng attB(.k of ,he pu
j0i,n'a Pren elcsen In an Interesting
game at Hawthorne Field in Hrooklyn.
19 taj. At ZXJZti Tf
rC0TvU.M reversals, but tho Hutler street
( team hoon found Itself and paid no heed I
to the Hushwlck line.
St. John's tallied Its first touchdown
a minute before the whistle blew ending
the second quarter. After a serlcH of
lino nl:ii tho Ited and White gridders
,,.rlu.l th. Iinll tn toe lUlsnWICK nVO
, ,,, , in
yarn line. iuhlimu unn w..
a touchdown. He also kicked the goal.
St. John's scored Its next touchdown
l.i the third session on a delayed for
ward pass. Murphy making an end run
of fifteen yards. In the final quarter
the Hod and White team becured pos
session of tho leather on a fumble and
ltyan raced through right end for tho
last touchdown. The lineup:
St. John's Prep (1)
Mulligan .. . .
Spechl ..... ..
Ktchmond . .
Mcvey ii '' "H ' ,
rout nuowns iiimnsso. wuninr, njn.
from touchdown Tomnsso. Suostltutlons
uollnrii for O. Campbell. Murphy for To.
jy,,. The, Flatbush dlstancera won the
meet, turning In a low card of 17 points,
while Commervlal, with 68 tallies, was
third. The collegians failed to finish n
eu team of five men and did not figure
ln tn" coring.
Individual honors went to a City Col-
lege harrier, Joseph Rosofaky being first
to cross the line. Ho won first place only
f,..- .. (.A-.n .) ctI- n, Ih l,rwl ,ar. nr
Krasmus Hall, ltosofsky took the lead
In the X.H nuarter mile, ltodgera being
uneual totlie final effort. Tho order of
. , nH follow-.
tn ""'J11. B J!,01 v t,.-.,.
Itorof sky. C. C. Nf. ., 19.17 : ltodgera,
j.rasmuN, t'.i.iu; jucuomgni, r.runinus ;
Cheies, C. C. N. x. : Hiooms. i;rasmus ;
Paul, Commercial i nick, Erasmus ; Hat
tcrley, Krasmus; flellen, Krasmus; For
sylhe. Krasmus; Itosenblume, C. C. N.
V. ; Ileher. Erasmus ; Long. Krasmus ;
Sullivan, Krasmus; Warner, Commercial,
CLINTON TEAM SECOND.
Flnlabrs Behind Darrlnger la Trl
T . ., Vt T SAT .. A r tnlii Ills.
1 n triangular cross-country run over n
threo nnd nne-half mllo course through
Uranch Hrook Park here to-day. Ilar-
ringer High School boys won tho race
nni1 ,no HloomHeld High Hchool team
finished In third plnro. Harrlnger scored
23 points, Do Witt 35 nnd HloomHeld fl'.'.
Sol Locker of Do Witt Clinton was the
Hrst boy home. Yardley Chlttlrk of llar
rlnger High was second. Locker cov
ered the course In 19 minutes and 28
cvwv... . ,,,,,ni. tuiiun. ,
u.Mn,l n-l.a n.il.. A flnl.V. ..1 1 - .
J, t Locker. I Witt Clinton 19:51
2 Chlttlrk, Harrlnger 19:3)
5 Melltn, Harrlnger 200t)
4 Hunks. Harrlnger 20:01
6 Condlt, Harrlnger SOtlH
Marknnwlta, I)e Witt 20:41
7 Havldson. De Witt... 20:!K
8 Faeltnn, Hlonmfleld 20:41
9 .Jacobs, Harrlnger, ,.. 20;Bn
to Herman, De Witt 21:14
II Mendel, De Witt 2l:2
' I? ICnchana. YI1nnmnl(t.
1 uitannall. Hlnomfleld ,.
1 14 Allen. UlooniOsli
Martin. Blsomflsld ..ttlv
LEAD AT SOCCER
Routs Boy' High Eleven In
Title Contest by Scoro
of S to 1.
OTHER P. S. A. L. GAMES
Defeating Hoys High at soccer by the
score of S goals to 1 at the Prospect
Park Parade, Grounds yesterday, the
High School of Commerce team retained
the lead In the championship competi
tion of the P. H. A. U The team now
hnn A total nf nlnA nnlnta At tinlf lima
. , . . . . t . . . .,
Knn, itinaei lor Rati, Konanay for .neuer
Comeni and Sweeney tor l'asBSKe. HIiMimki and
mceiiinzcr ror Lyons. Titue mic vr a
Neither Team Scores.
The soccer players of Kvander Chllds
High School maintained their place well
up In the high school championship by
plaMng the Commercial eleven to a tlu
In a hotly fought game at Crotona Park
yesterday. Neither side scured In
either half. The lineup:
Evander Chlldi (01. Commercial ill.
Cohti . ...
... fiross '
..(I. Ltt i
Ilrody. Linesmen Messrs
Awari, fnr 3narfi 0arret, Ior i.0c. 'Tlrao-
Ilalvea of 30 mlnuiea.
T. II. II, Elrseu Vanq.t.hed.
Keeping up their stern chase of the
leaders In the P. S. A. 1.. soccer chnm -
plonshlps the champion team of Curtis
V;,",f?" Cr,nVe iV,V.V.,"iTi1'!
Slrachan V.""V.V.V.Vt5:L:::V.'..": . ifoway
Itefeiw Mr. Wlillama. Linesmen W liriui-
Ing snd J. Manlier. Uosls 4.'lssnn 3. Hullllssn
3. Htout. Curtis High : lloway, Townsend liar-
rls. Sul.stltutes-yulnlsn fur Callahan. Mi hols
for moot, Lnyrh for Meyerson .Mitchell for
Strsrhan. llason for Markhsm. Msrshsll for
Claaon. Taylor for Mitchell. Mitchell for Unln-
lan. Qulalan for Taylor. Time liaises of M
Scoring their only goat two minutes
after the start of the gamo Morris High
defeated De Witt Clinton at soccer by
the score of 1 goal to 0 In the P. S. A. I,,
match at Crotona Park yesterday. Thn
J1,1""':'" tM ''-V'
. ... Loso.sy
( l''in '
...O. !t..FItiriatrlrk (Cant
I, It Moorhead
I, L lloi'it'siie
te'reeMVcoitonT- Llnesmen-li; l.'.nh Tl.
snd M. J. Slltersteln. Ooal-Schoei,, Morris.
Tlme-HslTis of 30 minutes. ,
Krasmus Hall, having an off day In
..O. L llyniati
the high school league, took on the Hluo
Hells Athletic Club nt soccer at Pros
pect Park and won, goals to 2.
CORNELL RUNNERS WIN
FROM HARVARD TEAM
Wenz Lends Ithaca Harriers to
Victory and lianas Up New
Ithaca, N. T., Nov. 4. Jack Moik
ley's Cornell cross country runners,
sprang a big surprise In defeating the
strong Harvard squad over the six mile
course here to-day, 34 to 7.1. The locals
finished threo men ahead of Capt, King
of Harvard and placed seven out of the
first nine men to cross the line.
I.. E. Wens, a Jersey City boy, won
the race for Cornell In the remarkable
time of 34 minutes 24 seconds Hat. .1
record for tho course. Wenx was fully
n hundred ynrds ahead of McDcrmott
und Dresser, the second and third Cor
nell men, nnd a quarter mils ahead of
King, Harvard's first man.
The race had not gone very far before
Wens drew up on even terms with
Dresser. Capt. King of Harvnrd and
Capt. Wlndnagale of Cornell following
only Inches In their rear. As the men
went out of sight Into the grove about
a half'mlle from the starting point the
same men were leading the pack, with
Wenr occupying the lead, From then
the positions of the leaders did not
change. The men following Wenx In
order were: McDermott, Cornell; Drew
er, Cornell: King, Harvard; Campbell,
Cornell: Wlndnngle, Cornell; Habcock,
Harvard : Iloynton, Cornell ; Hudson,
Cornell ; Hutchinson, Harvard.
BRYANT HARRIERS WIN.
Defeat far ftoekaway Dlslanrers
Over Long Island Coarse.
Hrynnt's cross-country team defeated
Far Ilockawny's distance runners In a
dual meet over the Far Hockaway course
yesterday. The winners turned In a low
card of twenty-nine points, while Far
Hockaway tallied thirty-three. Indltld
till honors went to F. MrCann and Klein
of the Far Hockaway team.
They finished first nnd second respec
tively. Heed was the flrst Hrynnt har
rier to cross the line. Hryant's entire
team of ten finished In the Hrst fifteen.
CRAWFORD WINS RACE.
Klnshlnsj Illgn School Athlete
Scores Victory In Cornell linn.
Ithaca, N. V., Nov, 4. Lafayette
High Hchool of Ituffalo won the annual
Interscholnstlo cross-country run here to
day, In which eighty-nine runners, repre.
sentlng fourteen preparatory schools,
U M. Crawford of Flushing High
School won the race. Next to Lafayette
the teams finished as follows: Technical
H. H., Uuffalo, second; Wakefield, Mass.,
IL 8., third; Concord, N. II., H. 8,
fourth; Flushing It 8., fifth.
Mryerson o. II.
Stout I K.
NEW UTRECHT DOWNED
BY COLUMBIA F RE SHIES
Collegians Take , Brooklyn
Schoolboys Into Camp
1 to 3.
New Utrecht's football team was out
played by the Columbia Freshmen, at
South Field yesterday, the collegians de
feating the Brooklyn boys, 13 to 3. Tha
Day Hldge aggregation at no time seri
ously threatened the Columbia goal line.
llealy and Eccles accounted for the
Columbia 1920 touchdowns, while Ashley
kicked a goal from touchdown. The
Columbia team mads many long end
runs for gains that paved the way to
Shea, the New Utrecht fullback, saved
his team from a scoreless defeat by
kicking a field goal In the last few min
utes of play, llrady and Patterson at
quarterback for their respective teams
played well. The lineup:
Columbia Treah. (ISi New Utrecht .
U II ,
K, U Shea
Th. a. nret!nhinilitA Kreahmen. IS: New
t'lrrtht, 3. Tourhdowtu llealy. Ectlei. Onal
from touchdown-Ashler. Field oal-She.
Keferee-Mr. Howsrd. Sprlnafleld. Umpire
Mr. Loretn. Springfield. Head llneiman-Mr.
Sheridan. New Vork University. Subttitutea
Coakley for Patterson. Uermnr for ilrace.
Ashlry tor llealy, Jones for Ashley. Time of
Pencils i: and li minutes.
CREW BEATS VARSITV
With Five Veterans in Boat
Hire's First Eight Loses
1 r-oiumtila held Its annual ran regatta
I on tho Hud'on yesterday. The event
, wunp np,,",,,S. L, """"" "l
1 Mnrnlngslde Heights. Nino crews corn-
' vvtei in three different races,
1 Tho snmrlse of the dnv was the de-
. fMt of tne varsity eight by the Junior
Siraxan before half uf the course had been cov
Trinnin crcl l.rnm then until the finish the
race' was a nip nnd tuck affair. Five
veterans of the Pouahkecpsle regatta
last June rowed on the varsity.
i tho other events a third varsity
,h, ,,.r.,. ., nr. freshman IiohI
"Bht lefe iteU the Iirsi iretnman iiohi
, by a length nnd n naif over the same
course In 7 minutes 16 seconds, while a
second freshman combination trailed
along still further In the rear. The
First Itaee One and one. sixteenth miles
Won by Junior vnrslty. How. It. A. Ptel;
No. i. (I. tlrlswold: No 3, It, n. Rwln
bourne; No 4, K. I. Hrsre: No. B, H.
steins hneMer: No fl. W T. Hooven; No.
7. It. II llnlnes. stroxe. H iirensj cos
ewaln. W Ne-le Second arslly How.
(' W Fengitacki-n. No. W. II Hrown;
Nn. 3, H 11 OLouirhlln: No. 4. It, V.
Curry. No r., It, Khllllday. No. 1. It. W.
Ijihcy; No 7, It. O. I'ennell. stroke. l. W.
rnxswaln, M, Thomas. Time, )
minutes 41 seconds.
Scond Itai-e Jn and ont-slteenth
mile- Won bv third varsity. How, J.
(lluck; No. 5. T Jackson: No. 8. F. (let
tllng; No. 4. II Morris; No. It. A. Abell.
No a, H. Hchnchtel; No. 7. I'. Bavllle:
itroke. IV Cialllco; rosswaln. F. Dehls.
V'V O Saike.' No 1 "h ' ! Vllwlg;
K-,, 4 t.' Cny: So ' 5. k Thompson; No. 0.
S. Kent: No. 7, F. Stockhammer: stroke,
it. Thomp-on: cossw-ln, A. Ford. Time,
Second, flrst freshman elaht How, M. can
7 minutes 1I second.
HUSHING GRIDDERS TRIUMPH.
Ilefent St. Francis I'rrp Kleven at
Itlekrrta Oval, .til to O.
iriiislilni-' stiirdv eleven reentered an-
-" , , ,,
other victory yesterday when they easily
defeated the St. Francis Prep team at
ltlckerhs Oval. The score was 33 to 0
The contest was marked by many sensn
tlonul plays by the Flushing gridders,
Hallock und Alford each made two
,-n while Hamilton nccounted
1,'er: "HaUockso kicked thU
goals from touchdowns. NVal Atkinson's
clever open Held running paved the way
for two Flushing touchdowns. Neat's'
brother, Jerry, captain of the team, also
did fine work, making several clever
tacklo.s. Forward passing was worked
to advantage by Flushing, while the van
quished eleven fulled to gain at this
Ktyle. Fullback Walsh did the best
work for St. Francis Prep. The lineup:
Flushlnr (33). St Francis Prep (0).
J. Atkinson L K Sheehy
CronibU L.T Schrupskl
lll.ickman I tJ Johnson
Jstcer Centre Griffith
Piatt It II De Wsal
ll'imlltnn . .. .K T Smith
llol lard R K Nounal
N. Atkinson V H Morgan
meeker L. H Mcllnde
Hallivk It. H Maloney
Alford . . ,F. II Walsh
The seme riti.hlot, 33; Kt. Frsncls Prep, 0,
Touihdowns-llslliH'k 2, Alford 2, llsmllton,
Slr Flah. empire-Mr. Hone. Hnhstitutes-
)...l.. t H-..1. ....... lilt.- tl I ..k. .. . .41. .4
usls from touchdown Hillock 3. Ilcrcn
ciles for Illsck.nsn. idler for llleckcr. (Had.
ding for Hoililsrd. Mcolsskl for l'lstt, Hanfortl
for Alfonl, Alton! fur Crumble. Time of quar-tcrs-10,
It, ID, 8
First Ilace Maiden two-year-olds and
up: mile: 'King M.irt. lie, Mary Powell,
Ms Onwa, HI; Hot, 105: Celtahel, 101,
Hhnotlng Star, lot; sTrumpatnr, 108;
llrand oparu, 101: Klngllng II. (Imp.), 108;
Ampere ilmp.I, 108, Hilly Oliver. 108, Pas.
.Lin, 105, llryn Hose, US. Ited Wing. IK;
Swoon limp.), 01 : Life, 10S.
Ferotnl Hace Th" Mount Washington
Steeplechase: three. year-olds and up: two
inlles- Martha. 142: Sionewoo.t. 147: To-
rern (Imp I. 112: Kenwnrth. 142: Kugenla
Mcllee, 147: Aviator, 147: Klllt. 147: tlryn
Chant. 130; Protector, 142; Sharpshooter,
1(2, (lloucrstcr. 142: J. It. Johnson, 153;, Third llao Three. year-ol.ls nnd up
Chevron, 1(2 Itellance. 14S. w-nrd: selling: six furlongs: Tlng-n.f.lng,
Third Ilace Selling: two. year.ohls: six I J02 (Hoblnron), g Is 5.0. M.40 nnd 13 so,
furlongs: Kebo, 112: Lucius, IIS: sKath- , won; True ns rtoel, 113 tllaviiea), IJ.ja
rn drav, 104; Oreen Tree. 117: Napoleon, and 12. SO, second: Fair Helen. 110 (Obcrt).
Aimee r.. iusi -1-reci.e, io.;
till). Contain ltay. 112. Chem
(Jucen of thn Sea, 10D; Glory Helle, 109,
t-'.irgon ii, timp.i. ma.
Fourth Ilace Tho Annapolis Selling
Hindlcnp; two anil three year olds, sli
furlongs: Hulllnu, !5; Hoyallst, 109; Mar
Buret N 104, lladlant Flower. H2; Tom
I'.lward. 104: sMrooni Porn, 110; (Inlden
List, 112 Polonium (Imp.), S; Hhrapnel,
lO'i, Vermont, 121: Ilroomvale. 112; Lord
Ilvron, 110, Plumose, 118; Tlng-a-LIng,
lin. (lirnet, 104.
Fifth ltace The Severn Handicap; sell.
Ing; three. year-olds and upward; one mile
and seventy yards' Ambrose, 120; Cliff
Field, 113: I.eona, 109; Haa II., 104; Wo
Inn, 100; netween Ps, 115: F.truacnn, 109;
Phnnoh, lOH! Saratoga, 10s; Wnodratr, 95:
Hrave Cunurdrr. lit; Juliet, 104; Queen of
Parndlse, 104: Svllllan, 108.
Sixth It ice Selling handlcup; three,
year-olds nnd upward; one mile snd a ela
teenlh: The Hump. 100; Fonctlonnalrs
(Imp.), DO! Pong of Valley, 100; Hedge
Hose, 105: Mavms W 6: Scorpll, 105:
Queen of Paradise, 103; H.1 Hnnd, II; Hose
Juliette, 103; March Court, 96.
Seventh ltace Selling handicap: three,
year-olds and upward; one mile and a six
teenth: I'nele Will, : Hlarkfnrd, 99:
Young Kmhtrm, 109; Horax. 112: Peireful
Star, 101; Scaramouch. 107: Goodwood,
100; Puis Around, 108; Star Oaie, no; Tie
Apprtntlcs allawases elslmsd.
RANNEY HIGH GUN
IN OPENING SHOOT
Returns Card of 98 in New
York A. C. Contests at
Travcrs Island Traps.
BRANDENBURG A VICTOR
Thirty-seven gunners belonging to the
New York Athletic Club toed the mark
at the opening of tho regular trap shoot
ing season at Travers Island yesterday
afternoon. Although there were no phe
nomenal scores recorded, nearly all of
them returned good cards.
A. E. llanncy was the high gun, with
a total of 98 targets out of a possible
100. A. II. Hubbell won the high handi
cap prize after a shootoff.
J. I. Drandenburg carried off the Trav.
ers Island trophy slth n straight score,
and a special troiy was wuh by J, M.
V. B. Ogden returned a perfect score
of twenty-llvn targets In the conteHt for
the accumulation trophy, and won fOVg
on that cup.
A quartette of gunners earned lUts
on the club trophy, as C. Stein. Q. II.
Martin, A. K. Itanney and S. Wing each
made a straight score of twenty-tljjc.
Legs on tho monthly cup were won VV
a. M. Thomson nnd O. II. Mattln.
The conditions were Ideal. Although
the light was a trlrlo bad there was lit
tle or wind. As has been the custom
In former ears, the Trneiu Island,
monthly, club and accumulation cup?
will be competed for everv Saturday at
The scores :
T I. Mthlj Club Ace.
Cup. Clip. Cup. Cult.
7S 25 P.)
( stein S 21
J. .Mda. ... S M
W. V. Orden 9 23
J.F. O'Con'r 24
llotshsll ...6 1
W. Luckett.. 2 25
W. Simpson. 4 22
I'. J. Stein.. 2 25
Thompson ...3 25
Vsnilcrrter .3 23
tm 10 100
2 24 irio-P
lirlnmll .... .1 2t
!l D S5
Hilslunty .. C 22
I'oertner .... 4 23
It.M. Owens. .1 2
1) II. Msrtlu I 21
W J. Smith 4 21
Itsnney .... 1 25
Hrsndenburg 3 25
WII...II s ;5
S. Wing 2 21
Dunspauxh . 6 25
A.W. L'urrle 25
Tlmtnson ... 2 25
Willi. ms ... 3 21
Walther .... 4 21
Mi'Louchlhi. 1 24
Hsrtrsnft .. 3 25
:. Vlssier.. 6 20
Von Iloe. k'n t sis
Hr. llroll. ,, t 17
T Kell-r.. t H
A. Chandler t 20
Cap. Tuniir t M
A. Wslkrr.. 6 25
Msnnlr.s ... t 20
4 20 'lpt-'M
125 hi & 13
4 30 77
l;.Z. tZ U
. n. rrsig
Slrsleht. ts,rstch. SOnly shot 75.
i ran rs isismi cup uu hy J Ilrandecburg
v,lV'.,".,iri"J,.,-',t,17"' . . n
tin. A. K. Itanney and S. Wlna with strsltht
itrallnt i'T" "d A H tU"'e W,tU
Hlih Score A. n. Itanney.
. 'ih Handicap Score-Won by A. B. flub-
I'', after shi.tc(f.
rSSSSST -V- M,r,,a ""1 D-
Speclsl Trophy Won hy J. Mcl.octlilln with
FORWARD BRINGS VICTORY.
Enables Peddle Inatltote Heat
Illalr Hall, (I to t).
Hlairstown, N. J Nov. 4 A touch-
uuwn irom a lorwaru pass, (.'apt. Jones
B ic line, gave i cilille institute .1
victory over Illalr Hall lure to-dav. t.
to 0. The victory gives Ptddlo the best
claim to the New Jeri-ey private schools
c "'' " '.''; Jey private schools
champions, lip. In addition to Joins.
I.lpman and I.lghtsey plaved well fur
iy.jdie, while Iteese and Llddle did the
best work for Hialr. Tho lineup.
Peddle Institute (.).
lbdcecmk I. E .
Htir.Mii L.T .
HloUham , (.' .
Walnwrlnht C) litre.
(Vrt u, ti ,
liUir Hall t J
.... II White
H. II .
. ...F II,
I ."MIC- .,
The cire lt
Touchdown Jolifa. Suti-dtnlp. 1 i,..u,. ....
it.Mir null, h
HcdimiKk. Clsrk for tviilt,.. It ri.un (ur Ill.h.L
ham, Us-ke fur fieri, fyrarusi- for Llpmati
, lY'M',r ,''"'.UI'.'.' . fit fur Miller, lpfcn-c
crforil. Tim uf j'vrlixi.-l-'tiur qinrttTi uf V,
MERCERSBURG IN FRONT.
Wins Foathnll (iainn and Cross-
MciiCEhsat'itu, Pa., Nov 4 Mercers,
burg Academy defeated Conway 11111 to
day during a heavy r.tlu by a score of
9 to 0. Slrnlght line plunging nlnne was
possible Twloo Mercernburg failed tn
score. AlmoH under the goal post In
the third quarter, a Conway man
touched a rolling Mercersburg punt.
Aladdin Hlue tell on the ball and .Mcr
cersburg pushed over a touchdown. In
the tinitl quarter Good, substituting for
Mercersburg. fell back on the fourth
down und kicked 11 pretty drop from the
1& yurd line, ltetwcen tlu halves Mcr-
j cersburg defeated tho Carlisle Indian
( ,. 4 1. s-.a . .T-.-vno ...(.. I... .1.
I tin thre emlle cross-country run by the
score of L'3 to 33.
First Have Twn-ycar-olds, purse six
furlongs: Triple Crown, 115 (Itobliisoni,
12.80. 12.40 and 12 30, won, Polly J. 109
( Hurllngnine), 14.70 und 13, sicnnd: Matin,
115 (Mrtcalf). 14.60. third. Time, 1-H
Hesse, Hreail Winner, Sea 'ao and San
ilale also ran.
Second Have Steeplechase, for 4-yenr-olds
and up: selling, two miles: Urooks,
117 Klllhcrt). 84 fin, 13 nnd I'.' 50, won,
Masterful, 132 (llryant), 87 80 ni.J io.
en. i, j, vocony, u, (ll.inesl, K'nu.
third. Time 3 .SS.
.Man tieiiu, Watir-
front, The Hrook, flnion Jones an
i Chant also ran.
i, :"".';" ", mini. nine. i u I'rrsump
r Nut. 110; , ,nlli Hemarkable. HUh Horse, Lady ,oh
: Hurhank, don, ltonllst, Humiliation, Llttlo Hipper,
mung, 112; shrapnel und lnu Kay also run.
rourtn uace rurse; two. year-olds: one
mile: Columbine, lu9 (Ambrosei, -o,
13.90 and 13. won; Courtship. 112 lltit
well). ir,4.)und Ct :tO second Cadillac, 112
(Itoblnson), 13 50, third, Time, 1:41, Lot-
tery. N. K. HlMll. H)'lrob,lte. Joik Sen).
I I'lrneus Wnuktiag, Queen of tho Sea und
r iri.i aiaiioi oivo iuii
Fifth ltace llandlcan'. for tlir...v,...
olds and upward: elk rurlongs! I.eochures,
132 (llaynca), 15.20, 13.70 and 13.20, won:
J .1. l.lllls, lis (Kleegerl, Is. 70 nn.l 1130,
second; Hones, 111 i purrlngton), 17 80,
third. Time. 1:114-5, Ith I tie Maiden,
(lalncr, Prince of Comu, Thornhlll, Watir
Lady, Startling and Kewcssa (added
btarter) ulso ran.
Willi ltace Three, vear-olds nnd up.
ward: selling; ono mile nnd u sixteenth;
Hayherry Candle, 124 (Loftus). 15 30, 12 70
nnd I'.MIO. won: Chiclet, l'.'n (Keogh). IV.4U
and 12.40, second: Wooden Shues. lit
(Kleeger). 13.50, third. Time. 1 - 4 G 1 S.
Airman, Lady Teresa, Prince llermls uu I
Fenmouse also ran.
Seventh Hace Three. year-olds nn.l up
ward; selling: handlcnp; porsn I70'i, nn.
mile and a furlong -Mnxlm'j Choice, tvo
IHutwell), atrntght HI r.o, place .l 70, shour
12.70, (trst; Armament, lti. ilinll), pine..
I,'. 10, r how 13 CO, second Solid Hock, lot
Ueffcot). show 13. third. Time. 1 :.-,i).
Fairly. Ampere, High Tide, Captain Parr
and Stalwart Uslsn alio ran.
BURN UP VITALITY
Aristotle's Advice Was Not
to Start Competition
OLYMPIANS PROVE WHY
"It Is an ndiulttrd piliiclpld that ath.
Ictlc exerclnes should be employed In
education, nnd that for children they
should be of a lighter kind, avoiding
severe regimen or painful toll, lest tho
growth of the body be Impaired. Tho
evil of excessive training In early yenis
Is strikingly proved by the example of
tho Olympic victors, l-'or nut inoro than
two or threo of them have gained n prlzti
both ns boys and ns men, their earlier
training nnd severe athletic exercises ex
hausting their constitution". When boy
hood Is over three years should bo spent
In other studies: the period which fol
low" may then be devoted to hard ex
ercise and strict regimen." Arljlolle.
His was one of the most marvellous
minds of all times. No more profound
philosopher ever lived. Ills words of
wldom have Instructed tho sages of tho
Among other things Aristotle thor
oughly understood nnattny, physical
culture, hvglcne, and everything per
taining to the liunrtn body WI1.1t flreek
thinker of thin-e days d'd not" If the
Slngarlte were nllw tn-d.iy he roiild
'Itell Jack Monkey. Lawson Itohertson.
Veetio Kitrp.itilck, ll.irry
P.ittlcK, ll.irry iniiinuti nnu
Ither professioti.il tnilni rs a lot of llttl-
things about iithletlo.
Aristotle tinderstend the athlete. Tho
child to him was nn open book, lie
knew the growing boy No ono ever was
better qualified to distort on athletics
nnd the dangers of too much athletics
ilnrlnir tho rico of adolescence than was
,he u,ac,'rr of Alexander tho Circat.
nnle Mill Holds tiood.
An,! whal Arltote said nf tho evils
of excct-flve training In eirlv years l
jut as true to-d.iy when Sldnev Hatch
I Kranblni. (tit. n.cnril rnnnlli'- htttwepn
Milwaukee and rhlc.igo as It was In tho
wmo wnen I iii'iiiippiin-s liiicu 1
Mnrathon tn Athens ami gnvo rnuiins
a chance to mako him Immortal In llv-
Writing manv years before Christ
Arltntle said that the Olympic flames
strikingly proved the evils of excessive
training In early 3.e.irs, for not moi"
than two or three of the victors gained
n prize both as. boyj and ns men. How
about tho modern niymplade? How
m.my of our present time ulymplc lc-
tors were schoolboy champion?
Since the ln.tugur.il modern revival
of tho Olympic (lames nt Athens In 1S!
to the last (ilymplnil hi Id at Stockholm
In 1912, wo find only two eai-cs whvrcltt
a victor excelled .is n Miiciilmy
i Mi-lvln Shenpard. wlninr of the Ron
meter and 1.6.... meter t.ms at London
In 1S0S. and Ted Mtredtlh. victor In thn
ion meter nnd son meter runs nt Stock
holm four years ngo. nro tho two excep-
, Hon, to tho rule. Itoth were schoolboy
. champions. Hut both Sbeppard land
Meredith physically were matured far
bevond their ace
Consider ihe many other Olympic
heroes, Knlehma'nrn, Craig, Hwry,
Adams, Iturke. Kr.ienz'etn. I.( ng. S'ler!
lan, Hlllinan. Il.-ihn. l.'-'lulun
Mei.rath. I'l.in.can. iu'tirs m. I'rin
stein one cou'.d n.tn.o manv more ni ne
of them excel!) d in athleti. s .it gran
mar t-chonl ami onlv ,i crv few at Ini
school. Most of them ll'cd till v dlcgo
and club jears before bl.s.itn.ng forth
as a champion.
l n..H IU- i 4 I.
-" tne I. .4. i
Plnce tho I'uh'l. Schoni t netir
'''guo of New York .i o.gT 7.ed tn
rh o-IT" e,l
!nor, ,h'ln million gratnmr
s' '100' buys have rumpcteil in athletic
I,ut ho,v of "" gr.imn..ir s In
1 eh imiliius won honors in umlctics it
I )...- . ..
u.;;:lll,wn(Vt onlv ntMrlfl
n.iKrt th IntoniatKiinl h.tlf nnlo vhaiv
plon. When HnnuT .muhlfd IMibl i
n tiHr..,ii. .. .... ...... it w
A. L. championship In the nit.iiing hlah
it can tie ti'te,l thTl the event in which
Homer partlclp.iti'il as a n-lioolbnv w.is
not the one In n hu-ii In. w r, lu nors t
after yc.tr.. And Juniiiing ( .iiipi 'PoTti-
do not put a .Miurgi-tcr until mi. h i
strain ns running events do If llonu
had put Ills splendid outiL- b.l. ij the
Mraln of running co:npetit...ns in hie
grammar sc' ool t.)a wo d vt if he
ever would have won the national htlf
mill' championship of tins .m'ry nrnl
humbled the cre.itn of the Ituropeau
mlil'dlstancc rs abroad.
Of the many bns nho have not
P. 8. A. L. high school clntnplimshlpt
Abel Klviat Is about tho nnl ono h(
won titular liiinoti in nttir bfp, nnd
like Meredith nnd Sluppard, KiMat M
matured far beyond his yoats
How about Howard Ori w. the sen-a
tlonal colored sprinter? s. -no imo n-k
Didn't Howard show wonderful fori,
when running for tho Springfield High
School? To bo sine h- d. '. I ut per
li.tps the fact in't g.-nei all , i wn tii.u
wliilo attending Sprlngil. Id H.g'i ft. hool
Howard was miirr.ed .'mil tin f'tther f
two chlldri n Iir.-w wax m re the high
hchool man than the high schun' liny
Most of tho oung lads who cn'mpoti'
In athletic events d--mati.l!i ; an
amount of effort nnd exertion or re
iliiiilitg nny ailtaiicn training or prep.v
ration burn tin mu lvi s out in the!'
schoiiltiny days. The Mrnln of curnpe
lltiiiu and training satis their . rality .
weakens their rnnstltutlun mill inhs
them of strength, Mi.ip nrd .t 'i n.ln i
which tinder other ciin.lltions would be
devt loped later on.
fiissenn nn r.xniiiplr.
As an example, tho case of Aithur
Cozzens, the formi r Manual High School
star, can bo cited While nttcnillnt:
Manual Training Cozzcns won ntory
after victory. Ho MnaMicl the high
school records for tho loii-jard dash unit
the (liniltir-liillii run lie .showed such
exceptional ability that there was a
wild scramble iiimuu; tho college
coaches to laud him
Cozzens entered t'oiticll brl'llant
collcglato athletic caner wis predicted
for him. Hut in (-porting jiarlance CoZ'
7ens pruveil it "lilooiiier " lie failed to
show a Hash 1if the form be displayed
In high sv'hool Ho fell off so that ho
was beaten by manv of the youngsters
whom ln formerly einlv h id outrun.
The rent-on win us plain as tho nosnon
ones face. Coxzeim had run himself
out as a schonlbo . Ho Ind binned tii
Athletics proa'ily snpcrv Ised Ih h
great thing lr the i 1 1 and young
man. Hut no immature schoolboy should
bo allowed to partlclpato 111 nuv coinpe.
tltlon requiring iidvntii'n training or
preparation nr wln. li HUMects lum tnan.
tri'mcndmn exerinui or effort. The spirit
of play, not roini.etitlnn, should rule all
sports for huyx of gi unniar school ago.
"Athletics for children should he of a
lighter kind, nvlllng Severn roglmli
or painful 1ml. lest the giowlh uf Iho
body bo tmpaitiil." savs ArNtntle.
Which only goes to i.s . that as fur ib
n knowledge "f athletics went Aristotle
was the Mihm Murphy of tho Alei.