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Kramer and Egg Are Outridden After Taking the Lead in Afternoon Sprints at Six Day Cycle Race in Garden
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5,' 191ft
GOULLET AND MAGIN
TOP CYCLING FIELD
lose Lend In Afternoon Sprints
but Iicgnin It in Dashes
Zbyszko Beats Pilakoff
TENER OPPOSED TO
FOR MARION GOOSBY
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
OUIHET IS LIKELY '
TO BE REINSTATED '
IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORTS
in Big Wrestling Tourney
WAR PLAYER LIMIT
1 O'CLOCK SCORE.
Polish Giant Wins Bout After Desperate Struggle of Herrmann's Plan of 18 Men to
Twenty Minutes John Freberg Triumphs Over
Pierre Le Beige in Scientific Contest.
Zbytiko; the Polish Hercules, had the j Austrian's chances of winning. Dell
'fit ml tiia-l- 1- tK It IL. i Vuk'll ahntlMnPM ,- ttlnnurl ftl 1fl!lA.
first real tussle last night In the catch
as catch can championship tourney at
the Lexington Theatre. (
Fred ' pilakoff, a grlsiled veteran of
the mat, mude It very Interesting for the
aspirant for title honors and held him
even for nearly o quarter of an hour of
They sparred at limes like a couple
of featherweight boxers nnd showed re
markable agility considering their
weight The Pole at last got a bar and
leg hold on the old chap and stretched
him flat on his back In 20:16.
In the first finish match of thn ntM
John freberg. the .Swedish champion.
t ramtr and Egg
"oullft and Miigln
Hidden and Corry....
iWer '' Orenda...
virrt and Pnears
Boot and Drobach
Hill and Hanley
Thom end Lawrence
rarnan and Wiley...,
Unirl and tiehates..,
Smith and W'ber
mpmn nnd fcager..
Virlonna and ueno ; ,
Tha record for foriy-nlne hours la J. Oil
-!. I Up. "at by Ooullal and Orenda In
By r.KOHOE II. I'XDERWOOD.
- 4la. nnnltnlldlB t h 4lt1 Vkt arn
thf Qoullet-Mogln and the Kramer-Egg desperate contest with Pierre le
turns for Berlin points In the Mix day of Belgium. Both are trained
b'crcle race In the Garden. Yesterday thletes and scientific wrestlers. Beige
afternoon Kramer and Egg ousted their HVPery as an eel and got out of a
rials from the lead, but before a throng 'fore ot dangerous locks. Freberg was
that lammed the amphitheatre at night stronger and kept Beige on the de-
n...n. M.trin cm hark with tha fenslve for the greater cart of thn time.
bills on and forced Kramer and Egg Beige got a full nelson on Freberg, but
Intn m.-rmrl nnaltlon aaraln.
Kramer did quite a bit of "soldiering"
lilt night, stubbornly refusing to take
tart In several of the speed burst
Ooullet snd Magln kept banging away
anil piling tip a comfortable lead.
fioullet-Manln. lot; Kramer-Egg, 19;
Hfll-Hanley, 79 : Verri-Spears , 76 i
the Swede broke the lock and put tho
Freberg look several holds on Beige
that seemed to spell defeat, but the Bel
gian contortionist wriggled to safety.
Finally Freberg took a double leg hold
and dumped his man In 23:10.
The opening; bout was between
rwv.Miriden. Plercsv-Grendo. BO:.!-douard Dellvuk of Austria and De
Reot-Drobach, 47 ; Thomas-Lawrence, i metrlus Tofalos of Greece. In view of
!; Llnart-Debaeter, 23; Weber-Hmlth, , " mat me weti-eni recommended
11; Chapman-Eager, 1; Madonna-Bell!,
On account of the hot sprinting tor
Berlin points the average speed remain
vuk'a shoulders were pinned In 10:10.
Tommy Draak of Holland and y-
a Team Fails to Moot
Br FREDERICK G. LIEU.
Favorite Wins Feature at New
Orleans Track CO. to 1 Shot
Scores In First Bace.
Special Dttpatek to Tni Bex.
Nw Orleans, Dec. 4. Marion
llnnal T-a-,1. ..ImtmrAmAt -n-llinel his GOOSbV. the flVC-Vear-old brOWn gelding
clone Burns, Irish American of Boston, opposition to an eighteen player limit belonging to M. C. Moore, ran off with
rurrdshed one of the most Interesting for tne duration of the war, as sug- the Advance Handicap, the feature event
contests staged during the tourney. -ested by August Herrmann, chairman 0f the card at Jefferson Parish Park.
rnii, .micjira "r,"V or tne National Commission. Herrmann, this afternoon. He was the favorite at
skill, they struggled desperately for who also fl!i.. tho oual role of president 4 to 6 and never gave his backers any
fall, tho advantage shifting from one to 0f tn)s Cincinnati club, has announced concern. Jockey Kelsay got him away
the other. The Hostonlnn proved to bo a, that he will offer an amendment u the from the barrier on his toes and kept
hard man to subdue, and Draak, becom- National League constitution to limit lm In a commanding portion through-
Ing peovleh over his failure to win. each ciub t0 eighteen players. out the six furlong Journey. C. E. Hoi-
pushed Burns over the orchestra trench. According to Chicago advices, Presl- und's Assume finished second and The
His action brought forth hoots from the Aenl Johnson of the American League Masaueradcr Ihlrd.
spectators. Burns was in 1110 grip or a , nls0 Is In favor of an eighteen player The first race, a dash of six furlongs
body scissors Just before time. Was up, illnlti and ntend to recommend such tor two-vear-old maidens, furnished the
u limit to his club owners next week, biggest surprise of the meeting. It went
It had been believed that sentiment to a. PfiersSn's bay colt Humma, which
but got on his feet as time was called.
Two behemoths, Carl Ponitslt of Bo
hemia nnd Joe Rogers of America, then
grappled, l'osplsll was wary of getting
Into Koircrs'n clutches because of tho
American's weight advantage. The Bo- urong against It and sluggish colt that few racegoer! I
unman uiu inutu uicyci ," -- However, xeners opposition 10 tne nlaced any faith In him. Even we
By DANIEL. (
IM THOnPE'S Canton Bulldogs have lost tho professional football cham
pionship to the Masslllon Tigers. Tna Tlgera turned the trick lost
Bunday, when they defeated tho Bulldogs nt Canton by 6 to 0. Stanley
Cofall, former Notre Dame star, who had been playing this year with tho
Youngstown professionals, Joined tho Tigers on Bunday and gve them all
their points by drop kicking two field coals from tho 36 yard tine. Cofall
took tho plaoe of Charley Brlckley of Harvard, who played three games
with Maaslllon for the modest sum of $2,000, but failed to deliver tho goods.
Sunday's game originally was gcheduled to bo played at tho Polo
Grounds, but the negotiations fell through. It Is extremely doubtful If
the professionals would havo drawn any kind of a crowd In this city, which
does not seem to bo keen for any kind of football. Cofall was not the
only new player who helped Masslllon regain tho title It lost to Thorpe's
eleven loot season. Dale 8!es, tho Pittsburg guard; Bhorty Miller, the
Penn State quarter, nnd Tuffy Conn of the Oregon Aggies, who now Is
with the Ambulance Corps team at Allcntown, Joined tho Tigers for that
particular contest. Peck of Pitt and Wesbechcr of Washington and JefTor-
fon played centre nt different times. Kor Canton the leading addition
Masslllon Hopped the Bulldogs wnen
wm Johnny ailrov of Georgetown.
MntM nvtla atnoM m. tAiiV.,lnniH fldrnlr nail rtt a frtftUfl Tt
OTiSl? YoVanf ed th. line but . downed by Sles. who played one of
club being the only one to come out recent trials, but he Is such an rratl he greatest games of his great career.
Cyclist Spears Wants to Bo Fighter,
to the delight of the onlooker Rogers owners usuallv follow his advice. "I LT.E .h. .....it .v,.t .m f ih hook- Few m ro stars In one lino of sporting endeavor who do not s gn ror
nnaiiy goi 1111 man vn m m. " am against any reduction to eighteen makers laid as high as 100 to i against I worms 10 conquer, rtw uxo 1110 uis iiieit in tuijr umct umuv
ping his opponent on head and body ( p)an wm iiMy defeat it, as his club iUble connections refaied to bet on him,
U. S. 0. A. May Show Patriot-
ism by Lifting Ban on For
took a hamrnerlock, which was broken
ufter a struggle.
Alex Thomas of Syria and Stephen
Snvlge, a Slavonian, put up a line bout
players," said the Governor last night, h chances.
"because I do not see any need for It. nidtton by a youngster named Ander
If Individual clubs care to go through Bon ho ran-his best and won eatCIy.
the season with 1ffhteen nlavers that Is n.i.t. nntQi.. n n,t ,l iint Mi.tl
and were In the midst of a great tuswle their privilege, but I am opposed to third
1111 tavige goi an urni scihb jh . rorcing sucn a stringent limit on ciuus
Thomas and defied the efforts of the
Syrian to break It Savlgo then took
a wrist hold on ThomaVa free arm and
brought both shoulders to the floor In
4:16. Thomas protested that his shoul
der was not pinned, but the spectators
took Dothner's decision as correct.
The programme for to-night follows;
Twenty Minute Limit Matches Pierre
Le Colosse vs. Joe Malcowlecs, Soldier
Leavltt vs. John Heracle, Carl Bush vs.
Harold Christlanaon, Sula Hevonpaa vs.
that war be declared on Austria. Tofalos
decided to begin the offensive at once.
With a body hold the herculean Greek
banged Dellvuk to the mat and then fell
Minmntlvelv slow. At 4 o'cVftek vm- on him like a ton of coaL The Aus-
terday afternoon the field had fallen a trln (ought back and massaged the
Stmilrrd miles behind the record.' As Greek's countenance with the sole of his
tli .renin wore on the leaders ronlln-1 shoe. The Greek took a head scissors i Georso Manlch.
tied to drop further behind the figures. and the Austrian broke It without the Finish Matches Strangler Lewis vs.
.... . . , loss of any part of his dome. The Greek Charles l'osplsll. Tommy Draak vs.
Itsll.ns Try for Their Lsp. then got a body scissors and cut the Amerlcus.
Just before the Berlin sprints were
started last night Vincent Madonna made
a half hearted attempt to regain the lap
lost by his team, but Bello was slow In i
relieving him and Goullt "Ulckly pulled
the field up on the flying Italian.
Ooullet was fronting the pack when
the Held straightened out for the first of
thi night sprints. Al Jockeyed along, I
waiting for pace. It was furnished him
by Bello, With Ooullet hanging on his
flank Bello entered the bell lap. Al Noted Horsemen Severed Eclll
Jumped Tom coming Into the stretch.
M'CORMACK QUITS AS
TRAINER FOR BDTLER
carrying Ave other riders with him. Just
before the line Verrl hurled his wheel to
almost even terms with Ooullet, Al win
ning by little more than a rim's width.
Ilanley, Kgg Madden and Lawrence got
the other four places. Goullet's victory
pulled his team to within one point of
til lending Kramer-Egg combination,
the standing being 74 to 73.
On the next ppr'nt Magln beat Kra
mer and the Goullet-Magln pair regained
the lead In the sprints. Kramer, In fact,
did not finish In the money. Magln's
sprint put his team five points In the
lead of the Kramer-Egg combination, or
Tl to 74. The order of finish was Ma
gln. Root, Hill. Corry, Wiley, Weber.
Once more Goullet was up front wait
ing for pace when the third Sprlntl-
Fiarted. Grenda came through on the
tnsl.le and swung Into trail breaker's po
rtion, with Goullet hanging on hl rear
wheel. Verrl Jumped Goullet two laps
from homo and staved off Al's desperate
attempt to nip him at the tape. Egg
only finished fourth, however, so the
Ocmllet-Magln pair gained an additional
two points on the Kramer-Egg combina
tion, the standing being 84 to 77.
Kramer again was ridden off In the
fourth sprint and Magln. finishing third,
gained an additional four points, the
enrlnt ending with Goullet-Magln lead
ing Kramer-Egg by eleven points. The
hat was won by 'lob Spears. It was
the first of the sprints Bob had figured
In, his teammate Verrl previously hav
ing done all the point registering for the
pair. Tho order of finish was Spears,
Corry. Magln, Root, Llnart, Thomas.
I'.gS regained three points for his team
by finishing second to Verrl In the fifth
print. Goullet being nosed out of fourth
place by Tommy Smith and having to be
content with fifth position. With the
core 90 to 82 Goullet-Magln led Kramer
Egg by eight points 'at the conclusion of
the eprlnt. The order was Verrl, Egg,
Hanley, Smith. Goullet. Eager. .
Mad Dashes In Afteraooa.
Magln captured the sixth sprint and
fattened his team's lead six points, as
once again Kramer failed to figure. The
order was again Corry, Hoot, Wiley,
l'lercey and Llnart. At the finish Ooul-let-Magln
was leading the Kramer-Egg
team, 98 to 82.
Egg slightly lessened the lead In the
(Tenth sprint by beating Goullet, the
two Unletting second and fourth respec
tively, making the tally: Goullet-Magln,
l; Kramer-Egg, 87. The seventh
sprint flnhh was: Verrl. Egg, Hanley,
GouVet, Lawrence, Madden.
With Kramer dogging It and refusing
to cut Ioom In the eighth sprint, Magln
Plck:d up six more points for his team.
Efg pulled his team back a bit by cap
turing the ninth Hprlnt, Hanley nosing
Ooullet out of cecond position. Kramer
mrprlted all hands by cutting loose In
the last pprlnt and capturing first honors
after a hard drive with Root down the
Wretch. .Magln failed to figure.
tions When Contract Ex
pired Last Week.
James Butler, the noted horseman of
this city, has parted company with John
McCormack, his trainer. it became
known last night that Butler and Mc
Cormack had agreed to disagree the laat
week. Mr. Butler's thoroughbreds are
now stabled at East View Farm, In
McCormack took charge of the Butler
racers In February ot 1916. He took
the place of Dick Benson, who had to
give up the position because of 111
health. McCormack had good luck with
the Butler horses during the first year
he had charge of them, but he was not
so fortunate with the racers this yeiir.
With tho exception of Wistful and Bally
and an occasional handicap won by Spur
and Paddy Whack, the Butler stable was
not very well represented In the list of
victories on Eastern tracke.
It Is reported that the contract be
tween Butler and McCormlck expired at
the end of the local racing season, Mc
Cormlck having previously signed for
the seasons of 191C and 1917. Before
he took charge of the Butler horses Mc
Cormlck was trainer for Emit Herz.
Mr. Butler has about thirty head In
his stable, among them many home bred
youngsters by his stallion Out of Reach,
the sire of George Sailth and other good
ONE POINT DECIDES
NOVICE CUE MATCH
Low Defeats Smith by 100 to
90 in Straight Bail Tourney
at Howison's Hoom.
which do not desire It. I will make a. The Mummarlcai
recommendation to our club owners at ,.. . u.
our annual meeting next week that I pori noo -6 furlongs : liuiama, 110 (Ander
consider It to be for the best Interests ,0n), eo to I, so to l and 19 to 1, woo; rr
ot the league to retain the present limit
of twenty-two players."
Gov. Tener Oytlaalstle.
Tener's opposition to the eighteen
run, 110 (Carroll), 7 to !. 7 to S and 1 to z.
second; Hatty Mabel. 101 (Williams). to 1.
I to 1 and 4 to t, thlsd. Time, 1:11 i t.
tral. Teniae, Ollllgan, Beautiful Katarra and
Lady U. ilto ran.
Second Race Sunny Booth, for two-year-eld;,
nnraa 1100: 1 furlomi : Little l'rinceai. 10s
Dlaver limit Is In Una with his entire iu n.n..,i a n i i m j and out. won:
policy on war baseball. Tener does not i Mint rtrrn, 110 IK. Robinson), 1 to i. out.
believe that last year's war experience i jno our. aerona; insruin. it.. "V""':
warrant, any radical change. U . baseball 'tfMh&l":
for 1918. He believes In taking wan Thirt R,re Threc-rear-oldn. claiming, rurse
lOHses whether players 'or money as tsno; one mile: Wnrdi of Wl.dom, loj (Car
they come, furnish the best baseball pos- roll), 7 to I, 5 to : and even, wons Napoleon,
nihil. Klnn mlnmllv howling und refrain 110 w- li'Mns). 1' to t, to 5 and 3 to 5.
siuie, stop calamity nowiing ana retrain ,. irtuUr, m (i,yi,.), u to 6, eten and
from continually painting the black side , , :; tMu -rime. 1 :42 3-S. rwmo Vera,
of the .picture. For that reason he fa-I sir Oliver and lien Hamiuon alo rn.
vored the retention of the 154 game. Fourth ltacv A.lnnce Ilandlctp, Mr til are.
schedule, which ha, been practically de- V?v".,,7JVutM.nd0out?Tonri A.',
cldfd upon. (nmf llM n war.oher), 3 to 1. 4 to 5 and
! out. aeron.1 ; Tho Mawiuerader, 110 (L. I.Jke).
August Herrmann, chairman of the . 20 to I, I to l and I to C. third. Time, 1:11 1-3.
. i a , i . . i 1 tr.rrv I.. I 'fWn'l c n ul.t, r.n.
of .h. Am.He.n I..,,,,. h.M n rnn. I Ifth Ure ITiw-jrar-tMj nd UP, rlalmlns,
fcrence In Chicago yesterday. In which
the problems confronting baseball were
discussed. At the end of the conference
Chairman Herrmann announced that a
Joint meeting of the National nnd
American leagues will be .held In Chi
cago on December 13 for the purpo1; of
adopting a war policy.
President Tener said last night ho had
no knowledge of such a meeting. He
Close matches again featured the play
In the novice chamnionshlu straight rail
billiard tournament In progress, in van- saw sucn a meeting had been suggested
ous rooms throughout the city last night. by one of his club owners, but that Is as
At Howison's room John Low defeated t fir as the matter had gone.
Adrian Smith In one of the keenest con- "If such a meeting lj held It will be
tests since the tourney was started, i merely to take stock and to talk vhop,'"
Low's margin of victory was one point, said Tener. "Nothing radical will be
the score beln 100 to 99. He went out adopted; the purpose oX those who deem
In forty-nine Innings for an average of such a meeting necessary will be to
2 2-4?. He had a hign run or is. hmun merely compare notes on general Dase-
HIOOHTS TO MANAGE F0EDHAH.
Captala Will Be Chosea as Soon as
Letters Arc Awarded.
Cyril A. Hlgglns of Scranton, Pa., was
yesterday elected manager ot football
at Fordharo University for the season of
1)11. The new manager Is a Junior and
served as assistant In the campaign Just
closed. This Is the first Mcp taken at
Fordham to arrange for 1918 football
and efforts will bs made Immediately to
nil out the schedule.
The election for football captain will
be held next week. The election can't
be held until the "F" men have been
determined, but Ihese are expected to
be settled In a few days.
BRITT0N BEATS TILLMAN.
Csleago Boxer Takes Xlae at
Twelre llonnda aad ta Verdict.
fptcial Depute to Tsi Bus.
Kostov, Dec. 4. Jack Brttton of Chl
taro )-ept away nil doubt as to his
uperlorlly over John Tillman here to
lht. when ho outpointed the Mln
leaotan In nine out of twelvo rounds,
Inning the decision.
In the first round Tillman managed
fcoM Hrltton even. From the sec-'
M round until the ninth there was
ot!.lng to It but Brltton. From the
tart of the tenth until the final gong
were was nothing to It but Brltton. In
" lute chapters Brltton was warned
veral times for pulling up bis gloved
nd In the clinches. 7
VICTORY FOR ST. JOHFS'PBEP.
"lay Too Fast for lit. fttevras FIt
snd M ln 33. to It.
St. John's Prsri basketball team y
JWday opened Its season on the Wit
loughby avenue court with a victory
vtr Stevens I'rep. The score was IS
kit. The-lineup i
joun (33): Bteren Prep. (11),
SK;!" "IM forward. . . . , . , .fiolcfeaii
vlSL l lorwara..
TO USE BAYONETS
Many Tourntyt Will Be Held,
None for Titlea.
Fencing dates for the coming competi
tive season for all contci-ts to be de
cided by members of the Amateur
Fencers League of America were an
nounced last night by W. Scott O'Con
While there are no events carded as
titular contests, followers of the sport
will have many competitions, as practi
cally an equal number of tournaments
have been arranged by the league as In
past years before the decision to aban
don cnampionsnip ewnu
In the local division, embracing con
tests among clubs of the metropolitan
district, the schedule Is a rather gratify
ing one, but the New England and DIs
trlct of Columbia divisions have sus
pended active competition .for the year
on account of the war. The West rolnt
division bos one tourney scheduled, ss
lnAn1nnov7t'lon this year which prom
Ises to find much favor among the con
testants Is to be with the bayonet
The schedule follows:
T.OTSir V.r.W pratoi, ' 5
I?$.wTo. A, C.: 17. open novlc. foil.
VT ataf VfirsT I Urn
.ulor tm "" at NVw Tork
11. lui.tor tm. opo .
averaged 1 49-50. with a high run of -10.
Another close match was witnessed at
the Mornlngslde room, where Herman
Felscn won over Hobert Hart In 39 In
nings by 100 to 96. Harry Coleman,
playing at firuhns's Broadway room, was
returned the winner over Harry Oreen
In another keen competition. The score
of this match was 100 to 94. At the
rame rooms Oeorge Clark defeated
Frank Sims by 100 to 81.
At Lnwlcr Brothers In Brooklyn J.
Netistadt, who holds the high run and
average records for the tourney, met
with his first defeat. He was beaten by
J. Blalsdell by 100 to 42. The scores:
AT anUHN'S BROADWAY.
fieorfe Clark, 100. High run, 13. Av
erajio. : 16-C
Krank Sins. 11. High run. 14. Average,
Harry Coleman, 100. lllch run. 11
crajre. ; J2-3?.
Harry tlren, 91. High run. S4.
erase. : U-JS.
AT HOWISOVS ROOM.
John Lowe, 100. Hlah run. It.
crage. 2 !.
Adrian Smith, 91. High run, 10. Av
erage, 1 41-SO.
AT WASHINGTON HEIGHTS.
Edward II. Rohn, 100. High run, 14.
Avtrat-e. : -t.J7.
J. Moses, IS. High run, 8. Ave rag,
AT THE MORNING SIDH.
Hermann Kefsen, 100. High run, 11.
Averace. z z:-:y.
Robert Hart. 14. High run, It.
erase. 2 ?03S.
b. c. iiaenni, ioo. men run. is.
erase. 3 10. jn.
Robert Hart. CJ. High run, II.
erage, 3 930.
AT JEFFERSON ROOMS.
Jamea Ferseaun, 100. High run,
Aternge, 4 -2.
Otto Hyman, O. High run, 7, Av
erage. 3 3-3I.
M. Illral, 100. High run. IS. Average
Sidney Frlak. It. Hlsh run. . A v.
erase 1 SI-SI.
AT LAWI.CR nROP.
Joaeph Langedon. 100., lllch run, 1. Av-
J. uuinn, 79, Jiign run. . Average,
Joaeoh Lancedon. 100. Hlih run. 1C
erne.;. 3 19-17.
Sidney Druascl, CO. High run, 13,
erage. 2 S-J7.
.1. ulal.id.Ml, loo. inch run, 31.
cr.ige. 7 J.ll.
,1, 7.etiaiuur, uiKii run.
crage. It 3-11.
j. iiiait.ieii, loo. uign run, 31,
age, i l.-i..
3. Qulnn, 24. IlUh run, I, Average,
SALT AND GALLAGHER WIN.
If the National League club owners
do go to Chliago fnr n Joint meeting on
December 13 their annual meeting In
New York next Tuesday will have to
he a record breaker Thoy must finish
It In a day an.l a half No National
Iifaguo meeting ever ha been run off
In such record tim. National League
meetings, as a rule. Uko up four d.tyi.
Seek Uniform I.pglalallnn.
One good purpose nt such a meeting
would bo to bring about uniform legisla
tion In the two league.?. Kor tha List
two years the two leagues have hnil
different player limits, and early In the
winter It looked as If the two leagues
might have schedules of different length.
It In obviously to the best Interests of
baseball to have the two leagues as uni
form as possible on such vital mutter.
Unik.,7" : ,llht guard...,., 7eiltts
vu.V ll auaru.., .....aacvo
rield cr.l-I)ainlco, f; Male. Ij McXenna.
! ""rww-d. llronn. 3: I'errhbaeker. Oasis
o . iatu a ft nvnu i .j.a.n
for McTor, llymes for Ms. "yP'ZSMMn YonnA, boon eompatl
H for IWnlf. Referee-Mr. " Ml"y Ti!4n! JS. s?mi
Ir. Clarke. Time of isaj-' ft.". comVtUlon. at Ni Tork
f"-''irM.aekf r for McToy, llymes for Msl
n Ji ! mPlre-Mr.
rnr JMO; 1 mile an.l 70 Tarda: Iniolenee,
ins (liarneri, a to z, o to a ann i o -wgn;
Ida Ml... 101 (Ilnhlnir.nl. 7 to 6. 3 to 6 and
out. second: l-anchorne, 104 (W. Colllm). 9 to
M lo s an.l 1 to mini. Time, i:m s-,
K.lrlr. Toxr Criff anrl Thantfrlrlna also ran.
.sum Itai--Three-jearelJa anrl up. rlalni.
Inr. niire tvn. 1 mile anrl 70 rard: Turco. 103
(Merlmee). I to 6. 3 to 5 an.l 1 to 4, won;
Ilahr I.Tnch, IK (I.rke). I to 1. 7 to t and 3 to
& .ecnnrl : I.urllle P., K (.Tohn.on). 5 to 1, R to
5 ant 4 to S. third. Time,
Margatrt X. and Arlnllrl al.n ran.
WILLIAMS FIVE'S DATES.
who do not believe that they are potential world's heavyweight boxing
champions. Bob Spears, who Is rWlng In tho six day bicycle race, thinks
he Is tho logical successor of Jess willard, and la serious In his resolve to
turn boxer. If Spears does make, good his threat and precedent counts for
anything he Is doomed to disappointment.
Dr. H. F. Holler, who Is competing rh the wrestling tournament here
nnd In his day at tho University of Pennsylvania was a football player and
all around athlete, onco cherished boxing ambitions. They were knocked
out of him In short order by a second rate heavyweight. Jim McCherry,
a college athlete of some renown, once upon a time was obsessed with the
delusion that he was a fighter. Sailor Burke, that arch catcher of "suckers,"
almost knocked McCherry Into kingdom come In the first round at the
old National Sporting Club.
And don't let us forget the famous Mike Morrlssey. Who ever will
forget Mike? Morrlssey was more or less of a brewery athlete when he
was exploited as tho great Gaelic wonder and was knocked out by Peter
Maher in the first round back In 1899. Jack Monroe, now serving England,
Is another case in point,
Spcars's desire reminds us of a famous Irish weight thrower who
Joined the New York Athletic Club In tho olden days. The boxing world
was looking for a man to stop the Boston Strongboy, John L. Sullivan.
Somebody hit on tho Idea of converting tho Irish weight thrower into a
fighter, nnd Mike Donovan was entrusted with tho task. After several
weeks the Celt was pronounced ready for a tryout, so tho New York A. C.
arranged a special show and tho weight thrower wont into the ring with
a fellow named Donovan, whom he outweighed by fifty-five pounds. But
Donovan could box nnd hit. In tho first round tho weight heaver was
cut to pieces. In the second round he soon found a resting place on the
ropes, whero he shouted: "Houlie hivlns, take the murtherer away!"
Ten Games Are Arranged far Da.
Sprclal Dtipatcfi to Tss 9cs.
WH.UAM8TOWN, Dec. 4. The schedule
of the Williams bisketball team for the
coming season, announced by Manager
Booth to-diy. shows, only one change
from last year In the list of opponents.
New York State College of Albany ap
pears Instead of New York I'nlverflty
In thn opening game of the enr. As
customary l-n game compose the
schedule. The schedule .
January 1". New York Plate College of
Alfan nt WIIM.im.ton n 1!'. Co'gato at
Willi ini"tn n .:(, t'nlrn nt I'nlaate
February 7 Stravu.e nt Wl'llamstnwn
Ihoupe nirty cam?). Kl. Union nt Sfhenee.
tnttv, li, .mner-i o niianaiowii;
We.li-y.m ill Ml.I.IIrtonn.
Mnri'h l.', Wele)an at Wllllamtown: 0,
Amn-r-t ut Amh.'ret, 8, Dartmouth al
GOOD SCHEDULE FOR C. C. N. Y.
This Challenge Took In Too Much Territory.
While on the subject of boxing here's a rather humorous Incident
related In a letter from ono of the boys down In camp nt Waco, Tex. One
night last week a Waco cutup, who has a reputation nbout tho county
for being rather handy with his mitts, broke in on n. cunn hnxlnir show
r'me?T:M.5 Traction? wlth the announcement that he could lick any man in the house. The
im-iti Usui waivu at uuoui two nunnreu pounas, out mere was a quicK
response to lils challenge from a meok looking Individual In khaki. Tlv
man In uniform told the Waco star that ho was handicapped In weight, but
he would try to do his best. They went Into tho ring and the Waco man
strutted about with his chest out, aiming for a quick knockout. Ills opponent
leinicn timidly a few times and the round went to Waco by a mile.
But the second round! The Waco Terror got the worst beating he
ever received and soon was stretched on the canvas with a corporal's guard
dousing him liberally with tho contents of a big pall. After a while the
local heavyweight woke up. "Gee. whltz, who's that guy?"
"That's Packey McFarland," re. died one of the soldiers.
BROWN CAPTAIN AT WILLIAMS.
Star End nnd Hockey Star Chosen
to I. end Klevrn.
Special Dttpatch to Tax Scs.
Williaubtown, Mass., Dec, 4. Ted
Brown of St. Paul, Minn., a member of
the Junior class, wa today elected captain
of the Williams football eleven for 1 9 18.
He has played a strong game at end
for two years and his work In handling
me rorwarci pays was one or tho fea
tures of this years successful reneon.
Brown prepared for Williams at Kxeter
Academy, where he played hockey, but
no football. He Is al.io captain of this
year's hockey team and president of
the Junior class.
Haaelinll Team Arrnniei fiaairs
With All I.ocnl Nines.
For the first time in man years the
C. C. N, Y baseball nine will play alk
the ball team In the ineliopolltan ills
trlct. City College will meet N. Y U.
which has not boon seen in action on
tho diamond agalnet the Lavender ic
cenlly. Columbia. Fordlum, Manhattan,
St. Francis, St. John's College and Cath
edial College nre already Hated.
The Lavender will also play Hamilton,
Tufts, Rochester and the Connecticut
A Joke to Challenge IIoppc. Sns Peterson.
Matching Willie Hoppe with Welker Cochran or anybody else Just
how would bo a Joke, .says Charley Peterson ot St. Louis, who is touring
the country with tho Millard champion. Peterson writes from Tulra, Oklu.,
"As far as matching Hoppe with Cochran or any one cljp Is concerned
I consider Hint a hugo Joke. Hoppo Is playing the billiards of hln life under
adverse conditions. The moro I watch him the more I marvel at the
machine llko way he has in playing. There is no telling what he Is liable
to do In a game. For instance. Ills best game nt Tulsa was an average of
125. running out the game In two shots. In one game I had him 127 to 59
nnd he ran 191. Another time I had him 180 to 52. -and ho ran out with
192. With my sledge hammer stroke I can't help myself, and when I
run fifty or more it is generally all over the table."
Thus far on the tour Hoppe has played more than 12,000 points at
18.2 balkllne for im nvcr.igc of -f"., IVtersnn has averaged 23 for nbout
6,000 points. At thre cuhlnns Hoppe hns averaged .90 for 1,200 points.
In Ills 1915 tour the champion averaged 55 for 60,000 points at balkllne
ami last year averaged aDout eo for n similar number of buttons. Peterson's
opinion oi a line niaicn wiin Hoppe is moro than sound.
Report hns It that Francla Outmet,
the well known golfer, may shortly be 'y
reinstated to full amateur standing by '
the United Slates Golf Association. Now ;
that the former national amateur and ' 7
open champion Is serving his country, '
there Is a feeling that tha parent or- Ni
ganlxatlon could, without loss of pres- fc5.
tlge or dignity, restore Oulmet's original "
status. It would! In tho opinion of
many, be a fitting recognition for devo
tion to his country. s,
The report also has It that the asso- v
elation Is likely to rccelvo an applica
tion for reinstatement from the Wood- '.
land golfer. There's a paragraph In ,-j
Section 7 of tho by-laws which reads: .
"Any person who becomes lnellglbte
by reason of this by-law may be relrl- 'J
stated by giving to the executive com- Nt
mtttee of this association satisfactory
evidence of meriting such reinstate-
The committee, It Is understood, hns '.i
ever been and still feels, most kindly ,
disposed toward Oulmet. It Is also n ...
thoroughly patriotic body as Is shown
by Its policy of frowning on champion- c
ship tournaments during the past season.
It Is said Oulmet In making his appli
cation for reinstatement will outline a
future policy that will enable the asso- '-t
elation to reverso Its decision in nis ,j
Those affiliated with tho Oarden City ,t
Country Club are making preparations
for the formal opening of the clubhouso
on Friday night. There are over 200 .
members who will have tne privilege or
Inviting two guests each, and according .,
to one of the officials thero should be
nt least 400 persons on hand. There A
will be a dance and supper. The Oar- ,
den City Country Club was organized j
a year snd a half ngo and the course i
laid otrjt by Walter J. Travis. Members
have been slaving there ever slnco laat .,
Lsummer, arid It Is only a question of I
time wnen tne course win prooaoiy ,.
compare favorably with the nearby
Cherry Valley Club.
Archer Beats Golfer. ''
VItinlng a golf championship ol j
club without u'lng balls, weapon", or n
caddie l quite an unusual feat, but one ,
whlqh was performed by Samuel (!. Mc- '
Meen of tho Columbia Country Club.
Ohio. It was this way: W. A. Ireland,
the cartoonist, former champion ot the
club, had Issued a challenge for a match
In which he was to go over the course
a fewer strokes with his golf clubs than ;
another mtn could, uflnr? bow and ar
row to make tho'dlstances. McKeen i
an archer, so the challenge was ac- t
ccpted. nnd the match played' before n (
good sized gallery. Ireland was de
feated ill a rnedal play cmtet at eigh
teen hole. S6 to 92. The golfer wa
somewhat on" his game, but McMeen's
fine work with the arrows wna a de
He got a bad start, taking seven saois
to make his first hole. His trouble was ;
In shooting too hnrd on the green and
the arrow "skidding" off. On the other
holes he adopted different tactics ond
Played several In par golf, many of hlr,
phots Being well over 200 yarns, in- ,
stead of .hooting Into the hole, tho" "
archer was renuW-ed to perforate a card.
of the size of the cup, laid beside It.
STUART CAPTURES MEDAL.
Score Over Pass and Kllnaer la
Ambulance Funil Co Tilts.
Two billiard matches for ths Ameri
can Ambulance Fund were played at
Maurice Daly's room yesterday. In the
afternoon Daly defeated Wilson P. Foj,
First Prise In
Suii.ly Htuart yesterday
BASKETBALL AT XAVIER HIGH.
Krnsou Will Open To-morrqr In
fianu- With rnthrdrnl Mldaela.
Basketball at Xavier High School will
getunder way to-day when the Six
teenth street ladi will tackle tho Ca
thedral Midgets at Xavior's court. Man
ager William P. Cronln has arranged a
card of twenty-one games, the tlnal to
be played Match 23. Tho schedule :
December !. CatheJral JllrigfH nt
V. ...... ? Ilir.l.nn Iflvtl Krh.trtl At Hftr-
riaon: IS.' Vn.1l.Mt.1n I'rep at Manhnttnni
chainnloiiFhlii medal in the Encllsh Ml- PAivt'erhnli. Iinervea ui Urooklwi
l ard tourney at How son's. It. W. Mor-1 January 11. I.menur. High Scho-11 at
i ..-.. r..nr ' ' ' Xav er, M. Ilnni ton Institute at llamll-
rlaon wan runner up Unless some ono ' ,n K0r(tnail, it,.,, i XaWer. II),
can paw J. Laws high run of 55 tho cmhe.lral MUgets .it I'Mthe.lral. :i. Hani.
cue will bo "to that player. Short has , eon II. xl. School t Navlr. sn. iiutgers
one more game to play. Pye 1 and Moss I ;) "ffi? ,
Yonkera; (i, Pluahlng High Hehoul ut
Moss lost Ills chance to tlo for second Xavier: 11. Brooklyn I'rep at Brooklyn;
Place by loving to W. Grlbble. 300 'to in. I'eek.klll M'"'" rA'',?n' V,Vter'"-!Y
204. He also lost to J. Law, 300 to 146. ft, tlU fc'hJ' al I'ljShing? Si.
In which session Law made a high run . Mnnhattan I'rSn nt Xavier.
nt nr.. nvej-Airlnir 9. thn heat nf hA . March 'J. Fordham I'rep at fordham; 0,
H. M. Short beat J. Law, 300 to 2S2.
Columbia Kreahmen (pending) at Colum.
lila; 0, Ketnn Hall at South Orange; S3,
New York Military Academy ut Cornwall.
Nervier Football Playoff.
MAVPOMi: IIKATS COOLER
JsrrW jciKi,r fo Tits Be. , T)ie New York Athletic Club yest-r
Cleveland, Dec. 4. Pierre Mattpomo I dav rerelved word from the aviation
again demonstrated his superiority over tra'nlim camp nt Mlnenla that prospects
Harry Cooler of Indianapolis In the re c(,od for the playoff of tho tie game
a leading amateur, at 18.2 balkllne by Inteistate Billiard League game here to- with Fort Slneum fu'r the championship
200 to 154. Daly had a high run of hlgnt. winning by the score of 60 to 30 0f the, Army Posts League. This game
82 and averaged 11 11-17, while Foes. In sixty-three Innings. Maupome over- . h scheduled to be played at Travcrs
ran 29 and set an aveiage of 9 1-17. came the handicap of 10 given to Cooler 1 island next Sunday. The aviators will
rr-nM n..i..h.. wna t a . . , - . ( ,h In'.irt h nn nff I'nA I.lnh
AUIll u-.aitl(. llu I.CIU Ui ltO . .11 ,,,u .nw., uww.a .,, I U.t
night match. Grey Tom took Julius, was 4 and Maupome's 6.
Kllnfer Into camp by 150 to 9 at 1
cushion corroms. Gallagher averaged WEIMASf BETTEHB MARK.
3 17-41 ann nna a nign run or Z4. 1 parti, w.iman of the Mnminr.M.
Joe Choynskl III Wllh Pnenmonls.
Joe Choynskl, one of tho cleverest boxers who ever Dut on a cnvn
nnd a hard hitter to boot, lies s:r!ously 111 with pneumonia in a Pittsburg
nosp11.11. 11 was oniy recently mat (.oynsm, who had been boxing Instructor
at the Pittsburg Athletic Assoclntlon, was appointed athletic director of
mat organization. cnoynsKi, wno is a native of San Francisco, la 49
Never rcallng at more than 165 pounds Choynskl, llko Fltzslmmons,
usually was forced to glvo away pounds and pounds, for most of his bouts
were with real ln-avywolghts. ' He fought his last bout in iflfu ir,
nix rounds with Jack Williams In Philadelphia. His ring career was begun
in mi mm inn nisi M-iua wiin a ono rouna Knockout bv Jim Corbett
He made up for that by giving Corbett a terrific battle in 1889 going
twenty-eight rounds before he was beaten. In 1897 Choynskl fought Jim
Jtffrlcs a twenty round draw nt San Francisco. Twice ho mot Jim Hall
and each time ho stopped tho Australian. Unlike Fltzslmmons, Choynskl
has been taking care of himself and should bo returned the victor In this his
most desperate battle. '
Fraree. Mny Not ed n Manager. .
Harry Frazer is worried about Jack Harry's possible inabllltv to get
a furlough to manage the Red Sox next season. However. Frazc.i'ls likely
to be rellevfd of that worry. Ho may not need a manager for the .simple
reason that he may not have a team. Six Red Sox already have enlisted
.ir.d now comes word that Hal Janvrln is going to join tho aviation cow
and Dutch Leonard nnd Tillle Walker are to join tho navy. L-onard and
Walker tried to enlist nu yeomen, but got tho word that thero were no
moro such positions available.
Webster's Pine Pent.
In chronicling the bare fart that C C
Webster won the season's selected svor
competition at the Searstlile ilolf ar.d ,
Country Club little Iden Is given as to
the brand of golf furiiMied. To begin
with, Webster, -although he returned a
composite score of Til, found himself nt
the end of the peaxon tied with A. W.
Halgh, another Pcarsdale regular. Web
ster ultimately gained the prize by de
feating his rival In a nlno hole plavoff,
but the real ptory lies In tha rrason's
Tho winner had a card of 17 for the
outward nine, beating par nt seven of
the holes Haleli nlin returned seven
blrdR. though his total fnr the first r.ln
wa 2'. On the second half, both play
ers belt par at every hole, but Halgh
with 2fl, picked up the stinkn h needed
at the 23s yard fourteenth hole, where
ho got a 2. The total length of Sears
dale Is 6.0S6 yards. The-o two excep
tional cards read ns follows:
C. C. Webst-r;
Out 4 3 3
A. W. Hatch.
Out I ' I ! M ! 1 :
in 4 4 : 1 : : 3 3 : :6 :i
HARPER WAS TRINGER'
FOR HIGHLAND DICK
Horse Which Won at Mineola
Had 2:13 1-4 Mark.
4 s : j a 17
13:33 3 2754
EGAN CAPTAIN OF N. Y. U.
while the Austrian averaged J Ml and 1 Athletlc club bettered the course record
run u. v-,iai mil 'ljr vl-1 ,(. h a. ..nlwt anee v limn In ,..l
lagher snd In the afternoon Daly will
MISS HAYWOOD WINS AGAIN.
Girl Billiard Star Scares Over Ju
lian Hlce by 200 to 00.
Miss Clara Haywood, the remarkable
young woman billiard player of Phlla
V.rVlfli 2. open earn itrei atw i
X?TVr J Arnary 4, Junior team folia at
r.nra Ctubi ." tim bsronat at Ntw
Yora ,l"...:iTi Nw York
!e""r Ye.' Junior '.ibfe.- at N.w
Voii Turn varjln P. M.M a,. mrorm
Jinf rr N.w Yort T'Turn Vai.ln. March defeated the Class B amateur cham-
. "Ti..i4...l ttirii weaDOns IPrestaani I nlnn Tnll-n nli-e at T.nrnrr1 TTntvlnna
V'Bu'iiS . room. The sco, was 200 to 69.
nlng the weekly Invitation race of the
Clark House Athletic Association last
night. Tha courto which extended as
far south hs the Hattcry was covered
have definite Information regarding th
game to-morrow, The Fort Slocum
team 13 Intact, but the aviators were
shot to pieces last week by the transfer
of five of their regular players.
NEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
Firm finer Claiming: IIOO; all acei; ate
furlonia: Dancer. 113; Scaramouch, ill;
Uarrr. Jr , 111: I'ellcl.lad, ICS; Co.ia, 103;
The Puke. 103: Ituvnco, 111: Onchlhouae,
... . (.1.,... a... iftu. M.wi tlirt Ml. II n rw. ... I
V, W.lmin in IK -US. Thl. ,.tl.,..l hi. .'"""' "
- - - ......... .i aiar. io.
mark established last Tuesday evening Second Bar-e-ciaimlns: fi: all agei; alx
by eleven seconds. The order of finish:
mtaaial "JtZtT. 1 ".'.VA; Vt.V iBaltus , room
",knl.atlo Ind vldual folia (A. F. U. A.
iniie inadalrl at Fenrara Clun. April i
Time. n f'anit.hAll. 107r Mnrtr. 114 Pnn...
1 K. JValman. Mnrnlngalda A. C..,.ir.!r.S fr,, Mj. nael Nut. 100; '110X81 Interest,
XF.lnJ!?l- aJ,J,Vvc'.,"' '35:11 lWi Bars and Stars. 100.
delohla. last night won her second con-l iZtV : p. m.' a"c": "!' inlM .r.t i are- i "r:vear.0,
o,..li' . .. M,n ,...u ,iuii inn
RACE FOH HOY gCOl'TS. .,
Tha Mount Vernon branch of tha
Jeutig Men's Hebrew Association will
tga a track and field meet for tha
ibenefit of the Red Cross at tba Tenth
A. C.i Bnals. open competition, ot
WEST POINT DIVISION,
-bruarr n novles, tasms at Wast
r8""' IONO ISLAND DIVISION."
" T. ... -..ik rtbrairr 9. Manriqn tropnr at ctnirsi
R,nt-A7mory In uSm VJfW to!,, T-Jfr &tf&St&
The entire process wen turned over
to the American Amhamnre Pund. Miss
Haywood proved too clever :?r the
champion snd went out in twenty-r.lne
K. J tterton. ra;tln A. C. nIld u,,w.(t; mlle nnl Iwrnty -ard: stout
L i, "6,rr,,n',!.a,tJme'oC 31 !J? Heart. Its: Impre.alon. 113: Cnl.'.McN.ib, HI
H. Rllvrrattln. fllfijCoo A. C. 17:11 k;"' Crria ton; Toura. W. Iludvrrlner 111
Zr-iun".kvlprt0iK,.i i"V'3Ti Hertortaro. Ill; Himont. 11J: Utile Alt. 10
L' L,.iM?tkyiViL,.rr..M.V!,aA'aA',3Z J? Brown VeUel. Spectre, 104. .
Star UnnrlrrbncU CJIiosn to Lead
Violet Ten in Nrxt Season.
Football elections and presentations of
Insignia took up most uf the time of the
regular meeting of tho New York Uni
versity Athletic! Association yesterday
aiieriionn ui ino l niverciiy ueignts in
stitution. I-'luyd ICgan, star player of
the Violet eleven and pilot of the team,
was unanimously chosen to lead the
191S team. r. J. Wlnclandcr was unani
mously elected ito fill the position of
Those receiving their Insignia were:
Acting Cnpt. Pete Sokolower. Floyd
Egan, Christopher. Johnson, Cbenfeld,
Brln, Flnley, Gardoner, I'crnundes, Uo(J.
berg nnd Goff.
The thanks of tho college as n whole
were officially bestowed upon the coach,
Frank Wall, for bringing forth a team
of such high quality,
Fifteen men of tho freshmen eleven
were awarded their clasa numerals.
MANUAL WINS SOCCER GAME.
tlefrnt- I'r-tl Institute eleven by
Srorr of I to .
Slnntial Training High Fchool's soccer
team defeated Pratt Institute of Hrook
lyn at Pratt Field yesterday afternoon
by a score of 4 goals to i: Tho llncun:
Hill HUM hark
I'larlt i Uft tack
Iillu. Illstit half
F)fo Centre half.
Nnl.cr Left half
Ilalilnln,.... (lutiide rliht,..,
Ble't In. hit rlhl
I'laik J Centra
8rhaelTr,- Inalde left.
naon OntMe left
Iteferee Mr. Wrlaht. I.ltir,,,.(.,...
Brown and llol.lntnn, lloala i:on. Seiiaefler'
CI. Ilalilcrln,, Manual Training; ifnrlale llo
gait. Pratt Institute. Hnlnllttitts granien for
li i'laik. J Clark for Serlalno. Tlraellalrea
of tl uiinutca.
I'PTO.V OA1IK5 TO.IJAY.
TO tlin SKATING UMO.V,
Ciiicaoo. Dec. 4. Resolutions recom
mending the withdrawal from the lu
ternatlonil Skating Association were
adopted to-night by officers of tho West
ern Skating Association In their tenth
annual meeting here. The resolutions
nlo propoed the organliatlon of a new
That the Judges at the Mineola track
last summer mado no mistake when
they declared Harper was a "rlngei" v
was proved yesterday nt tho annual j
meeting of the board of review of thi ;
National Trotting Association noici in 7
the Murray UIU Hotel. It was ihnwn
at the meeting tint the horse, which Is
owned by J H. Lawrence of Ilnhokn
and ran In thn name or uarper una
claimed no record, was Highland Pick,
with a mark of 2;13'i.
Lnwrenco declared he bought th
horse from 5. A. Wiggins and William 1
dartre!! of Hyde Fark, I.. I., for 1730
and another horse In trade, nnh Wig- v
gins and Oartrell were called to tcMlfy.
K.ich declared ho did not know the liorte
had a record or tint ho was Highland
Pick, but they admitted carelcwnesa In
not looklntr up tho horse' record before .j
selling him to Lawrence.
After nil the testimony had been taken
the Imard handed down tho following -derision
"The horse Hnrper having been Identl-
fled as Highland Pick his unlawful win
nines hove been ordered refunded fc ,
icrtlstrlbiitlon nnd recording fco for
change of name demanded."
Miss Klncald. a bay mare which ran
In New Knr'and lat summer without
Identity, was suspended.
The ' nppllcntlon for reinstatement of
Mllo Powers of t!ohen, who was ex
pelled three years ng. w:m ln'd on tho
tnhle tun 11 the n-xt meeting, wblrli will .
be held In June Seert Gardner pleaded
fnr the reinstatement o l'ower." Fom ra
wa put under the bnn for racing a
mare mimed Hutli Or.ml'e. IMSi.',, nt
Ralnsboro under the iiair. of Utah Cor
poral Gardner said (hat Towers had paid
back ill moneys he hnd won on ths
event nnd declared his friend would no,
repeat the nffenre.
Chirle .1, Itont, formerly of Medina,
V Y , but now living in wnternury,
fl p. srlnfcld, Kings County A. A.,.1N:nT
10 M, Zucker, flark Houaa A, A 18;11
nr.IlSIIBIi IIHATII HI'JKVATI lift.
Tlie National Rllllard Association's
Innings for on average of 7 4-29. Bhe ambulance fund wb Increased by 41."C
had a high .run of 14, against Rice's I.
dllce averaged 3 l-!.
BLVaiBElia IB CAPTAIN.
Solomon Blumberg was elected cap-
last night by an exhibition match be
twecn W. E. Gershcl, tho Class B chain-
nlon. and L. Pervatlus, Class C cham
pion, at Fuller's Academy. It was an
Fotirui nacw.?v; inv .lurine inirae; inree-rear-nl.la
and upward; one mlle; pin Money,
106; Harry Shaw. IW: Luko Mae. I0; War.
aw. inO; Woo.btar.1, ; bell Hoy, pas
Cheer Irslir, no.
Filth Ita.e Clalmlnr: 1500: thrre-year-olda
and urard: ono mile and twenty ranla:
Kddle Moll. 118; Mr. Mack, 111; Fenroek,
Hi: Stelcllff, ill: Smugirler. no; Toddling,
Ut; Iliaturber. Ill: Amulet. Ill; Tsctleaa,
110! .Ileal uiu nix! miner, .w.
ttlvlh UaeeClaimlnr 1S0O! thrM.Teae.ntf1a
IB 4 hlnklti. match. Gerahel wan re. mnA unward! one mile and a aixlMtilh
tain of th. High School of Commerc. turned no vaor d u ko o r to "M7kirirfc-nwS Hn,'W,"yVi.:
may. uiumtj o. i-r"i. ivmjv ..uiiiuh iot: Thornwmxl. 107; Reqnlram, IK.
crosscountry taam yesterday.
berg mods a fins showing this season.
j fancy shotB,
"API rrnilLv auunaiv uwiucu.
Under the. direction of the New York
Athletlo Club the soldiers nt Cnmp Up
ton this afternoon will hold an nthlctlc
meet. The men In camp will take part International union, the riult of the I'onn, wa eT-elle.1 for etartli'ir the ex.
In eight events and New York A. C. nth- International Association recently trans- ne"ed mare F.dna U In pacing events at
letes will give exhibitions. J. Frnnklyn fcrrlng the I'lttshurg nsaoclatlon from I Windsor nnd Woonsocket under th.
Keogh. former .Syracuse wnivcrsny am- the Western to the Kastern division,
lete. will report at upton to-oay to lane
charge of ulhletlca thfre.
PACKMAN MOIIIIItt MIAIlKIl,
At a meeting of the Morris High
School football players yesterday Holo
mon Packman was chosen to lead the
Bronx lads In the campaign of 191S.
Facktyan played centre this beason and
mado a. uplcruUd showing.
KIIJ NORFOLK WINVKIl.
Nonni AnA ms, Mar., Doc. 4. Kid
Norfolk had no difficulty In beating the
Zulu Kid In a ten round bout here to
night. He forced manors In every
round nnd piled up a safe lead on
points. The 'Zulu Kid was tough nnd
he fought back gamely. Zulu was out
neighed by ten po-nds.
f.tlpe name of Flora A,
.iMinvint iii.KCTs Avr.itv,
As'novrn Maps. Pec. 4. Oanlel p.
Avery of Aurora. N V. was tn-diy
elected captain of the Phllllp-Andnver
Academy football team for nevt saiMin.
MADIHON silVARR OAROEN SUM,
6niV BAPir eprlnl" Aft. n nil r.ie,
UAT nAt'E AHMlSION toe.
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