' the sun, Wednesday; cIctober i9i8.
Terentia's Color? Are Lowered M JamaicaKentucku Derby. Winner Outmm
KERRY PRINCESS IS
FASTEST OF FILLIES
Stable Mato of Dnnlioy no Beats
Moro Renowned Juveniles
in tho Hiawatha.
Merry Prlneero, a speedy little daugh
lit of Spanish Prince and Merriment
n. defeated a selefct, field of Juvenile
da in the Hiawatha Handicap at the!
Jamaica track yesterday
junong tboie f he left behind her were "W.
r. Coe"s renowned Tersntta and JPolygon
ut John Sanf ord'a Tuscaloosa.
Ifsrry Princess la a stablemato 'of
Dankoyne, the Futurity winner, and has
t world of early speed. She. tan. rolygon
lit submission In the first quarter of a
ml), and then went to the front and
remained there to win by a langth from
jsrsntla. which neat her stablemate.
Polygon, halt a enith for place, honors.
Jkurlnr the homestretch," Jlerry
prtacess awenred In front of Polygon
taJ slightly Interfered, -with Mr. Coe'a
tZj. Jockey McAtee claimed a foul, bat
It was not allowed.
Joseph E. Wldenera 111 tempered Natu
nBjt was on hla good behavior In the
Caledonian IJberty Bond Handicap, and
aide a field of high class handicap,
bones look like cheap selling platers.
Jockry Falrbrether shot Naturalist be
fore the first furlong wa covered, and
kept him breeslng alone In' front until hd
pasted the Judges, two lengths ahead of
Kashmir, which' beat Dorcas a head for
Oaosa'a Parse Pared Down.
George Odom, who formerly trained
tie hones belonging to the Brighton
Stable, saddled another winner yestcr-
av Tint Ilk tflM Rnt 'srletnrv with
Roderick Dhu last week It was not very
After Everest, which, be bought at the
Brighton Stable's dispersal sale for
1LI00, romped home ahead of a big
Setd of platers ta the first race, a man
caned J. Bedell of Jamaica bid him up
nvm vv, nu enierca eeuing price, 40
11.(0 1. This was not enough, and Odom
V.i an additional IS and led his colt to
ward bis abrn. 1 On the way, Mr. Bedell
topped the trainer and offered $1,(00 for
tie colt. The offer was refused.
While Bedell was bidding up thecoK
a host of racegoers told Odom the bid
der was "broke" and suggested that he
protest, but Odom refused.
As a result of the bidding. Odom made
s profit of only $50 oa the race, for the
Tinner's share waaohly $4C0. He was
compelled to turn over the $400 bid to
tie Jockey Club tor ' luturo selling
Parehaaa in Front. .
Tor the fourth time this season .Joe
Vrndlgiwent before the 'auctioneer and
bid up tfoh-I-Xoor. the apeedy black
Ally owned by Edward Arlington. After
the had won the fifth race Vendlg bid
the mare tip 1400 and as a result Ar
lington lost $150 by his victory, for tho
purse was worth 6nly $150.
Purchase, the big chestnut colt which'
wis, matched to meet Eternal and Billy
Kelly for the championship ' Juvenile
crown, won the last race, but he didn't
ran like a champion. He ran straight'
and true and displayed a world of early
seed, but ha faltered near the end of
the Ave and a half furlong- journey and
vis ridden 'out to' beat Scoots 4y half a
NEARING MILLION MARK
Liberty Losn Drive at Jamaica
Track Passes 9000,000.
Racegoers carried their Liberty Loan
drive at the Jamaica track over the
$140,000 mark yesterday afternoon when
they loaned Undo Sam an additional
$0,S0O. The largest subscription was
fcr 110,000. 'It cams by telegraph from
Joseph K. Murphy of St. Louis. C. E.
Kyle bought $5,000 "worth, and Charley
Shonrood carried his total close to
110,000 by making three Investments.
Phil Katz made his tenth subscription of
la an endeavor to encourage the race,
toers to buy until It hurts Andrew Miller,
one of the stewards of the Jockey Club
lad owner of the mighty Itoamer, nas
offered a trophy for the man who makes
fte largest subscription on Liberty Day.
He will give one of the plates tho old
eliding wore -when he beat Salvator's
record at Saratoga last August and a
picture of the champion suitably framed.
Rrtt Race For thr-yearold and up-
ird. On mile and seventy yards, bellint;.
ria, none. Wt. Jockay,
V Erereet 110..Lyk ..
t Matin lM.rrolao .
"tuppoorwiu.. m..itisor ....
Broom Peddler 1.. Walla
' Ordfrlr 114..Hayne ...
I Dudj Dude.... 110.. Buxton ...
I Burliccsm ... ll..McAtew ...
Saadi ., 1&0..T. Ilowan.
Perteua 104..l'llman ....
Hot Finn M. Jlrera
yiawr. b. c, by Bu Umah-Arrle Mad'
Owned by A. P. Murth. Trained by
9eooii Uaoe For lhr-year-da and up-
1 , m . I'iMJ Hi.v. wul Wm Mn.
n,A iiuiunaa. ocuius nine iwv.
'.r..,OT,, Jockey. Bt.
Mils Brrn 10S..Trni sn
Adelo 10S..MeAte ..i. 7
J rbloe Zarate. llT..Rnblnaon... I
feep Blsht in.. Rice 3
Naoianeae .... 1K,.Eiuot ..... -10
Paiamena llt..Taplln 1
geeielabl 106.. Myers 1W
t.,rln IIS. .Bell 15
nit lM..Uaynes .... to
I J (, V.. .If. 1 .. t
br. f , by ttryn-iiawr. Owned 'by J,
Trained by O. 2ietlr.
ncTbe Caledonian Handicap.
gMttland a alxleenth. For all sees.
na nor.. Wt. Jockey.
L JMurallat lM..F-brothei
j wce, lM..Walla ...
i 55. MTrrart 111,. Hopkins.
""P'ii'S-S. Start rood.. Won ridden
o?n-,IlI"JnS. by Rabelals-Nstur.
we!S? 67 J' WWen- Trained by Thomas
fourth Raee-Tn Hiawatha Handicap.
ii u Wt- Jockey. St.
tJjWwe 16l.,Knor 4
S.lTMI l4..Fslrbrother t-6
! Ant ptnan t... m..lk
I Mhtwi .
- .111. .Robinson...
wwLtr'J"-14-. Burt food. Won dHvloa'.
,b. fK by Spanish rrlnce-Mtrrlmert.
jjjjjd by P, a. Qark. Trained by W.
iJiil'' R?!,M raUe. d alxUenth.
.llr. For all area, lure Mda
w'Pt'i w- Jockey.
2'U?.,5;,-S00,L'" ..7"t ....
ll ,. v. ...... ti irj
JW,a;"'Btart''5ood" Won esslK
W F. a htoiX wtT3 Arllnrton, Trained
iJJS? Raee-FlT and e bait furlonra. For
V;?V-''l- Purs I sco.
lsVSi- w- Jockey. SI. PI.
tffcrehsss H4..Iko ...... t- -
Hl,.Knor II 2
4 L'J'tWo'r It;. 107Wall ...... u 4
I nif KM lll..Taplln I t 7-10
Tfi7u.,v.""i- H..oblBS0 7 W
Jne-irtiri. Stm rood. Won drtvlnr.
Suffrth ' ' UUreth- Tr.'nsd by i. O.
COLUMBIA ELEVEN HIT.
Shan- and SlcCabe Are Ordered te
Football prospects at Oolumbla r
tel-a a bit of a setback yesterday;
Shaw, halfback, and McCabe. quarter
back, received. ortW muiinr . . tn
officers training camp and trtlt leave.
month li out. This will leave
Fred Dawon with only Zychllnskl, Can
sfrery and Bfln. the former -New Tork
University centre, aa tho experienced
However. Dnwann Anu nnt
Us, had tour elevens working again, with'
an '" fr the placers who would fit
nto, " A. T. C eleven which will
J""1 ra1' nOI 5
""l"1' s tchedule has ye
to W aimrod v ZJZSAS
""P"1 ' me netp or ueut. Itobb
of Pcnn State and Lieut. Krench of Kut
prs, two former football stars who have
been detailed to Columbia as 8. A. T. C
Instructors, The practice was wound up
with a fifteen minute , scrimmage.
SPEEDY FOR RIVALS
The Porter and Sunny Slope
Arc Beaten in Carrollton
Handicap at Laurel.
Special DttmtcA Tss Sen.
liiirat.Md..Oct. 8. In the best Hntshl8, " ca"1
01 ine meeung at the Laurel track Ex
terminator, the Kentucky Derby winner,
to-day beat The Porter and Sunny Slope
for the Carrollton Handicap, worth
$l.EiC. Exterminator's winning margin
was a head, with 6unny Slope third,
beaten off by five lengths. Bill Knapp
rode the winner and the" success of Ex
terminator was due largely to hla skill.
Suany Blope "cracked" at the head ot
the stretch. He carried 110 Bounds and
conceded seven pounds by the. seals to
Exterminator and four pounds to The
Porter. The weight was not responsible
ror nis dereat as much as the fast pace.
Exterminator carried him the1 first seven
furlongs In 1:11 4-B. the mile In l:$l
and mile and a sixteenth In 1:44 1-5.
This clip settled ' Sunny Slope. The
First Usee Tor maiden two-reir-oldt: six
furlonri: Grousdsnll. ill (OBrlwl. !.,
tiM. M.so. iron: CtieroMno, 111 (Knasp),
tt JO. Iras, eeooDd: Hobokos, 111 (Eanmar),
rt.io. third. Time. 1:11 1-5. Itoarkonr.
Ssntrrdale. Mu Vo.kl. Speedy IMrt Potlu.
Stella's Shadow. Brldnmsn, Trtomphant,
Oshlnda and Phantom Maid also ran.
second Race-Silinr: steeplechase: fr
fonr-resr-olde and upward: two ml ine: Max
Meadoirs. 1U .(Brer), W.fO. ,. W.S9. won;
Oaner, ill rCrswcd. M.lo. It. eeceod;
Brand. IK (Mshenr). fi.ee, third. Time. .
Shannon Hirer. AhdATt. HmW R.rU.
Tfcletif, Bob BedQeM and Cloots also ran.
Third Rc For tht-jrr-ola and up
ward: ut fnrlonre: Sabahdar, 117 (Rum.
mr), WSO, tiM. won; Charlie lr-
decktr. lis (Paninioa U. tue, oeoond;
Pepper, to (Denru), $.. tilrd. Tltpe,
1:11 . FUeen. Fort BltM. Milkman. DoUns.
Oienmni, LlnBrmler. Sereneet, JIurphy and
CHI Field sleo ran.
Fourth Bate The CsrroIUon HaocScsp:
ror three-yMr-olda; 00a mil: .Exterminator.
Ill IKnapp). IZT.m, : eqt, won; the Porter.
(Kumtner), W, eut. ncond: Sunny Slope.
1 (OBriu), out. third. 'Time, inii
Toabelo also ran.
Filth Bace-SaUnr; for four-resr-elds sad
UEw!.:.OD m" ssvsnty yarde: Jodre
JVInrBeld. lit (Rnnmr), .. tl, feen. won;
Unlf. Ill (Rodrlquex). 1M. t.o. eMoad;
Eddie Henry, 111 1 (O'Brien!. WJ9. third. Time.'
Pleetant Sressu,' Sesuksch and Uaud
Bacon also ran.
Sixth Rso-For three-jtar-olda aa) up
srd: en mUe.snd sixteenth: Silk. Bird. I
1U (Kumovr). 1H.I0, 111. VM. iron: Rv
0 Mht. 19 (McTatvart), . i. eecond;
Jlr?mJblt?. Collln.. u. thlnl. Time. i:mi
Hand Off. Grouse. Jusnlte III., Bar, Wodao.
St-mh If Trifava-N,.. ..
J." nd sixteenth: Nlrel. w (Q-Brien).
II. 13.70. tt. iron? Ilrrfft 1Mb ;rA!ii.. . .1
m.: tfooa-. Sea t'lrhln. lot (Keleey). M V,
-. . a jj" sr-sj, AimiTHPr, 1TMIOI)
Lrnn, alDwt Effxuojit, Ilcalrn and Qallrr.
Ilca-U .also ran.
LOCAL BOXER IS
WOUNDED IN FRANCE
Althougli there Is but one -American
boxing champion. Mike 0,Dowd!n the
trenches; there are at the front great
numbers, of boxerr who nmr hi,t -
tlUe. Fighters, who battled In ev.ne.
preceding main bouts, aro over tn
Franco by the score, and the casualty
llstfl bear eloquent testimony to the fact
that they are in the star hout nv
there. In yesterday's list of seriously
wounded .was tho name of Cot-no ri
i Meyer Perkel of SS Henry street He
was one of tho preliminary boys and
boxed under the name of Murray Perkel.
Perkel started boxing ns-an amateur!
and In 1015 captured the 105 pound
title of the Metropolitan A. A. V. He
was n member of the team of amateurs
that went to an Francisco that year.
Tlio boxing entertainment scheduled
to take place at Hunt's Point A. C. to
morrow night, tho proceeds of which
were to bo devoted to the 'purchase of
athletic equipment for tho boys at Pel
ham Bay Naval Training Station, has,
owing to tho prevalence of Influenxa,
been postponed to October 24.
With the closlnc of nil amusement
places In New Jersey because of the
Influenza, tho Indications are that box
ing clubs In the skeeter Stato will fol
low the example of those In Pennsyl
vania and New England and shut down
till the epidemic abates.
Valentine Brnun, better known at
"Knockout Brown," former lightweight
boxer, is seriously 111 with Influenta at
First Race Two-year-olds; Mlllng; fire and
a half furlonri:
I-oral Peter lOtneter
Ootdrale i.10S Austin
Mine Sweeper 1M War Zone
Roderick Xhu Ill 'Blue Derll..
Sky Man It Elected II...,
KA11. 'MpTlrid. 101
Second Rare Three-year-old and upward;
conditions; on mile and Tenty yards;
Assume ItllL'Krrant i.lie
Manlster Tut Il4rrlncens Ill
Third RaceThree-year-olds and upward;
liberty Bond:, selling handicap; on mile
snd a sixteenth;
Columbine 1M Stromboll ltt
Osraa Cock lMMlnto II ,.104
Fourth Race Th Montsru Handicap i
three-iear-olds; six furlonra:
Motor Cop HllLuculllte ill
Hlrh Cost ill Star Spanxled ill
Rcral iKxIte.i IULdy Oertrude 101
Filth Race Three-year-olds and upward!
ssmnri six mriuugs
Point to Point
nt and a nan lurionre:
Vorfir ...1.. .i.lH
Starlit ht. Dane lit
-Apprentice allowance ciaimtu.
FOOTBALL AT) TUFTS.
Mcproiio. Mass., Oct I. Tentative
plana were made to-day for a studont
army training corps football eleven at
Tufts College. Games will be arranged
with 8. A. T.'C. teams near this city.
Prof, nlctmrd O. Smith has been asked
to coach the new team.
IN CLOSE MATCHES
Victors, at Lawlta's .and
Oruhn's Havo Only Thrco
Points to Sparc.'
A, .peculiarity of the uecond night's
play tn the novice straight rail tourney
of the National Association of Amateur
nilllard Players was that the final scores
ri.fui.j t n wnin i 1.-.. 11
- Hhviiu au mwkc nmn
In Brooklyn by 100 to T In a stubbornly
A. Wickers, playing against If. Matty
In Crohn's room In upper Manhattan,
won by the same score in a game in
which the contestants 'never were moro
than six points apart' '
The Brooklyn players, however, had
the better of It In the, matter of averages
and high runs. Blalsdsll and McQllI each
averaging more than and Blatsdell
making a high run of tt.
Judged from the scores of, the games
so for played In this tournament, the
field Is particularly well matched, and
there promises to he many a nip and
tuck battle before the finalists are se
lected. The scores:
A Orsha's Broadway Rsone.
. w Pts. lt.n." At,
At Lawlefs Room.
r. uunnni .,.100 I
JAPANESE WINS AGAIN.
Blral Bests Barrett ta Asa a tear
Straight Ball Billiards.
M. Hlrat, the young Japan billiard
1st who Is a contestant In th novlo
straight rail tournament ot the Amtrt
cah Amateur Billiard Association,, ap
pears to stand an excellent chance of
taking part tn th final games for tho
title that begin at Crantleld's Boom on
October 14. HIral, who formerly was a
student at Columbia, has won two games
and lost none In the elimination series,
and to-night will be pitted against J.
fwrguson. who also has a clean score of
two victories and no defeats.
The Jananaoa In last ntvtit'a niv
fealed William Barrett by 100 to J, and.
r erguson vanquished J. T. Snltsler by
jvu 10 t. tdi scores:
3 Ferguson ,
1- T. bnltsur
it : ii-ii
14 i :i.ii
Joseph Cahn at the Momlngsiae Boom
asi nignt. cahn failed to appear.
Pocket Billiard Match Be
come Close Affair,
Johnny Layton, the veteran pocket bll.
Hard and three cushion exnert. rave
young Ralph Qreenleaf a violent surprise
at Maurice Daly's last night. Layton
toi ouwn inr lattsrs lead in their pocket
.billiard match to nine points. Layton
made a total of 110 points In the night
game to 100 by Qreenleaf. Layton also
made a high run of 4T and In all t re.
sped played a sensational game. .
tne total score' ror two days' ptay Is
400, for Greenleaf.and JU for Layton.,
Oreenleaf had trouble winning the
afternoon gam, the veteran bring In
rare form. Greenleaf finished In front
ly 100 to 54. Thcscores:
Afismesa Game. '
Oreenlear 1. 14, li. . I, 14, t:. , ,
10, 0, 6 10. Scratches,
Layton 0, 0. 1, 11, 1, e. J, tl, n, ,
T. 4, 14 S4. No cratch; hl(h run 15.
Oreenleaf J. 14. 1. II, IX 14, 0. , .
0, o, 1, 0, 14, e, : 104. Scratches Is hlah
l.ayton , 0. 13, t, ?. 0. II. 14, 14, 4, li,
14. 14. II. II, II, 1. 14, t lit. Scratches,
;hlxh run, 4.
HAS FEDEBAL SANCTION.
Washington Officials Approve- New
CtcvxLANO, Oct S. Tho Government
has approved the lan of the National
Baseball Federation to form a semi
professional league to play In major
league parks on Saturdays and Sundays
next season. It was announced to-day.
The lemU will bo composed ot
teams representing eight cttlew. Including
Chicago, Detroit Cleveland, Pittsburg.
Cincinnati and Akron. Tho remaining
tuti v.lll Km ttt.-nft ffnm f .ntil .lit A
Vlndlanapolls, Johnstown, Pa., Canton
and Dayton, Ohio.
Each city nlll have at least two clubs,
one remaining at home whllo tho olher
Is on the road.
After travelling expenses and tho up
keep of the parks have been deducted
the receipts will go to the War and Navy
Departments, CommkMlon on Traltmlng
Camp Activities fcr athletic equipment
for eoldlers and sailors.
Ftrst Uac.--4lalmlna-i for two-rear-oldt!
lire and a half iurlonia: srlrano. Ill: Jill,
uvui. ,1.1 , ... , i . . . . , u a ,. , , u . . . iir
Hour. IDS: Dr. Re. 111! Besate Helmet, lot
Cereralc, lit: Jscneta, lot: Snndarla. W.
Jtcho li.. 105: Barheera. lit; nalnty Lady,
109. Also elltlbl: Charley Thornier, ill;
Marlon Hotline, III; Avion, no; Marl Con
nell. 107; Count Dallant. lit: Cinders, 110.
Second Race. 'Hinje-riar-oldi: one mile;
Star lien, lit: Prune. Ill; Wood Violet,
lot; A. MacKaaiiln. 114; O'Meller. Ut; Kox
boro II.. IN; Man o' the llnnr, ill; Sam
Hill. Ul: 'fcl Ilaudit, ifti; Col. Hurt, in;
Uibole, lbs: Candidal II., 114; Helen Atkln.
IN; Jack ot Spades. 114; Queen Blond, ill:
Vandelarl, 10. Also elltible: Lets, IM;
LQ Bileen. HI: Moee, 10; Bon Jose, 1W;
Unrron. Ul: Halt Meaturr. 111.
Third Rae. Hyde I'srk Hsndlcepi three-ytsr-Olds
and Upward; six furlonist reo.
cheree. Ml; ltacbelor's Bliss. M; uell Rob
en. IM; Dr. Johnson. 110; Buiae, lit;
Etruscan, 101: Icarus, let.
ronrlh Rice Blue Point Rrlllnr BtV--
two-rur-olde; Ave and a half furlonrei
Translate. Ill; Marie HOllIn. 100
niario iioinns, uv: linot, 10?:
III., lot: tTctlsT. 112! Mlts
I; EsQUltnaux, 106; Osth, 101. tWeu-
Flhh Race. Criterion liberty Bond Handi
and aerentr vards:
snd upward; one mile
MaWio. 112; Valeiua,
01; ;iancht, 7: Oray-
IM; John I. Day. 101
Sixth Race. Clalmlnr; three.ytar-olda and
upward; one mile snd a sixteenth: O, M.
Miller, lit; Vocabulary. 14: Charley Mo
Ferran, 107; Blasonry, 107; Soldier, 1; Ory
Casla. 107: Pane. in.
neremn usee. 'rnree-rear-eioa ana upward:
one mile and a sixteenth: Orsnblo. 1C; Fairy
10: Babtt. M:
uoiucrvK DO.T, 12
uapitai city, 1:
Umdcrlck. IM; alien Hampton, ill
Apprtmic allowance maimed.
CZAnNECKI A LIEUTENAMT.
Stats Coixsoi. Pa., Oct 8. Rtanley
J, Cxarneckl of Erie, Pa., the Intercol
legiate heavyweight wrestling champion
and star football player, has been com
missioned a Lieutenant In the Engineer
Corps. He .was graduated as a me
chanical engineer from Penn State last
ILK SOX IN ITARLim.
Th Doherty Bilk Sox of Patarson will
make their first appearance In this city
on Sunday aftarnoon. when they face th
Lincoln Ulanta In th tecond gam of a
double header at Olympic Field In liar,
lem. Jimmy Clinton most likely will pltoh
for th Hllk Sox, who have scored vie.
torles over moat of the tile leasu clube.
In th first came th Lincoln will meet
th Mors Dry Dock ntne;
HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS
IN ALL SPHERES OP SPORT
CUSTODIANS of army and imvy recreation rooms which nro In npcil
'ot billiard tables step right up and tell your troubles to John. Doyle,
' Broadway and Forty.flrst Street. Following a meeting of the Billiard
Room Keepers Association at Joo Thum's last night Doyle ttrmpuncod that'
the .organisation was in a position to provide the service with twelve tables
4W1 that these would bo given 'to servlco recreation rooms most worthy ot
the donations. , ....
Th .tables will be bought with money contributed, by the billiard players
of New York. In tho room of ach member of the kssoclatlbn there fa n
little contribution box. There are thirty such boxes, and Into each of theso
flows a, nightly stream of nickels, dimes and even bigger coins for the pur
chase, ot billiard equipment for the service. Now that Doyle has announced
Ihs readiness of the association to provide for ths wants of a doien recrea
tion rooms there will be a rush to get to JohnVflrst, for tho servlco Is In
great nteU of the kind of equipment offered.
Fred Walker. Sighs (or Another Boynlon.
Fred Walker, to whom was given credit tor developing Boh Boynlon. the
sensational quarterback at Williams
squad' at the Newport Naval Station and he sighs for another Boynton.
Walker wants his team to play most ot Its games at Newport, ' but 'Is con
fronted with the official ruling that the navy regulations prohibit navy
teams from .playing where an admission Is charged. This Interpretation
seems to be confined to th Third Naval district and does not strike us as
being Just. Walker writes:
"We will have) a great team providing we can get a. quarterback. The
quarterback that I have been using up to now has entered the Officers
Resents Corps at ths Coyn School and will be unable to play with the team.
Tou perhaps remember him Raymond Grant, who played tA. Pennsylvania
for n whtle. He would round out a wonderful team were he able to stay
with us as my line, I believe, Is one of the best In tho country. The captain
and left guard Is Lynch, the old Holy Cross captain; Youngstrom ot Dart
mouth Is tho other guard. Conway, old Hply Cross tackle. Is playing next
to Lynch and qulglty, the Holy Cross end, at the aide ot Conway, uustafson,
Dartmouth, Is playing tackle next to Youngstrom. Right end is played by
ITanlon, who waa at Dean Academy and later at Syracuse. Fox, a local
frotball player, who has been tn the navy for several years, Is centre. Full
book is being held down by dood of Colby College. Right half Is Stearns,
the old falne University star. Left tialf Is Payne, who played at some
college In Minnesota and last year waa with the navy team at Ban Francisco.
Quarterback for tho time being Is an open question. Altman, who, I be
lieve, was at Fordham, and Kean, who was.at Dean Academy several years
ago, are playing thts position. There aro' a number of good men whom
I expect to report this week that will strengthen the back field and end
positions. I would give my kingdom for another Boynton at quarterback.
"There Is an Idea prevalent here tn official quarters that the navy
ruling should be Interpreted that we are unable to play where admission Is
charged. However. I understand other naval teams are playing and this
may have some bearing on the ultlraate decision ot the commandant here.
But at present we cannot charge admission or play games where admissions
are charged. I am hoping that this may be changed tn order to enable us
to schedule gomes that will be ot some consequence in a football sense.
The main Idea ot football up hers Is to play It not fur the-sake of making
a reputation but primarily to entertain the boys who are In training. For
that reason most games will be played at Newport if that can be arranged."
A Perhaps There Is a Sarprlie In Store for Jlsi Rice.
Jim Rice has returned to Columbia from his summer home at Lake
Lonely and lie 1 ready to Jump In and help keep the members of the Student
Army Training Corps In condition. Jim says that rowing Is over until after
the war, but he thinks he can help in ways other than rowing coaching to
make the young fellows at Columbia better soldiers and better men physi
cally. , There is no question that Columbia can use Rico In many ways, but
It is likely to use htm for Just the purpose which Rice thinks no longer
exists because ot thp war. Before many weeks are over Rice may find
that he will be tn demand as a rowing coach at Columbia. There Is nothing
definite as yet. but ths naval unit at Columbia Is likely to do a lot of rowing
and Walter Camp Is likely to need a coach there to develop the men. Jim
Rico may be dua for a surprise.
POsprceck aad Worse Asovt XVocal Sexixg Btehlont.
Stories of subsidised decisions In local boxmg circles have been circulated
from time to time by Irresponsible persons. Hitherto these stories have got
no further than Philadelphia. Now they have gon further. The latest
ciimea from New Orleans. Th Ttmse Picayune prints the following piffle:
"If reports from' un the line' are to be credited by 'up the line' we
mean .New York), Bennle Leonard's
bureau help more to win decisions for the lightweight champion than his
ring prowess. Billy Gibson, his manager, Is especially fast on hi feet
after a fight and to this footwork many of -Leonard' b victories aro attrib
uted. Lew Rose Just recently returned from a trip up Bast and Lucifer
Is authority for the assertion that Jack Ilrltton gave Leonard as thorough
a drubbing as ho had given a fighter In many a long day. Tet, when
Leonard's ring battle was over RlUy Gibson and the publicity department
got busy and lo and behold! Brit ton's victory was turned Into Ignominious
dcTeat and the next day those who saw tho right were surprised to read In
most expert accounts that Leonard had shaded the 'Old Master.' "
One ot these days some boxing writer In this city will rise against
theee blanket accusations and start sosethlng. If any persons luvvo evi
dence of an "organised publicity bureau.H which dictates decisions In favor
of any boxer why not produce the evidence and stop this "bureau's" nefari
ous practice? Poppycock and worse!
CARD IS REVISED
Conference Title Games AU tn
Citicaoo, Oct. S. Football schedules
of the "Big Ten" were revised at a meet
ing of the coaches and athldtc directors
iiwtar ta mnform with the War Depart
ment ruling limiting the tearji to two
forty-eight hour trip next month. All
games previously scheduled for October
were cancelled, so the Western conference
championship will be confined to Novem
The season will open on November 2
and close on November to, the Saturday
following Thanksgiving. Instead of the
preceding Saturday, a has been the
conference rule. None ot the coaches at
tempted to schedule Thanksgiving Day
games with conference elevens, out aa
holiday football always has been a big
sttractlon In th middle West some of
the colleges undoubtedly will arrange
games with sen-Ice teams.
Chicago arranged tne neavittt sonea-
ule, of five gam. Michigan scheduled
four, and tn addition may meet Syracuse
at Ann Arbor on November II, a week
before th clash with Minnesota The
Wolverines will slgnallx their return to
th oonfrne by meetlhg Northwestern,
Chicago, Minnesota and Ohio State In
the order named.
Indiana was unfortunate In arranging
a new programme, as Coach Btelhm was
unable to schedule a slngl contest within
the conference. Th games witn Minne
sota nnd Iowa were called off became It
was Impossible t6 make the trips within
the forty-eight hour limit The revised
Saturday, Novamosr s lowa vs. Illinois,
t Urban 1 Northwestern vs. Michigan, at
Ann Arbor; Purdu va. Chicago, at Chi-
"Saturday, November I Illinois ys. wis.
consln, at Madlstn: Michigan va vnieag,
at Chicago: Minnesota v. leva, at Iwa
Saturday, novmoer ie vnio vs. iiu
..i. ttFtttn.! Wlseonaln va. Mlanaeota.
at Mlnnaplll Chicago vs. Northweetern,
k Saturday! November tl Illinois vs. Chi.
cago, m umoeL ninwi .tv.ign,
tt Ann Afbori Wisconsin era Ohio, at Ce-
Saturday. Novmber II Ohio vs. Michi
gan, at lthr Columbus or Ann Arbor)
Minnesota vs. Chlcag. at Chicago.
"PLU" LET8 UP AT NAVY.
Dobla lias Her Than Half at His
Main, Sanaa at AVerk.
8pieUf'ptptt is Tas Ids.
ANNArb'Ul,' W4.. Oct. I. Ths "Flu"
situation at the Naval Academy Im
proved sufflcltntly to Ut Oil Dob! have
thlrty.flv of his sixty fkst squad men
out for practice this afternoon. How
ever, a number were net permitted to
work htrd, and he barely musttred
two 1vns for a scrimmage, Special
attention was given to drills In de
fensive work, .
The management Is looking tor a
game for nxt Saturday and the rest
or the Saturday In October and No
vember. . Games will be played on No
vember S3' and 39 at Annapolis.
last year. Js coaching the football
manager and a well organised publicity
WISE OF OAKLAND
TOPS JUTE GOLFERS
His 8614, 82 Leads Manu
facturers at Areola.
Members ef the Jute Manufacturing
Association of America turned out tn
force for their semi-annual golf tourna
ment on the links of the Areola Country
Club yesterday. Ptites were offered for
those tttumlng the best and tecond
beat nt score.
P. J. Wise, a member of th Oakland
Golf Club, with a card of Id 14, j;
won th ISO Liberty Bond for the best
Ytet Ills gross score of 96 was nlso
the lowest ef the day. Thre waa a tie
In the competition for second net be
tween B. H. Evans and George Robert
son, with scores of 111 to, SI and
101 10, 13 respectively, The scores
P. j. wis
8. s. Svans ,.
J. 11 .Pitman
C. A. liettele)-
O. P. Larned
J, II. Hoffmen....
A. C. Fos ,.
T, A. Urals.......
8. V. Wilder
F. It. Kmllh......
w, n. itawklna,,,
W, M, Jones
F, W. Wber
a. a. Kelson
INF1UENZA HALTS TROTS.
Grand Circuit Itacee at Lexington
Are Called Off.
i'jxdol DupMcS to Tas Sex,
LxitNarON, Ky Oct. S. The Grand
Circuit races were declared off this
afternoon following the request of the
State Board of Health on account of the
lnflunsa epidemic. Many of the stableH
will remain htre, as nothing definite hen
been made known regarding the meeting
The stakes yet to be decided Include
the Dinner, the Ashland and the pacing
Futurity. Th stakes can be raced at
anytlm In th futur If th nominators
so agree and the association lcct to
carry out th programme. The purses
automatically are declared off.
WHJJAMB IB "DEVASTATED."
Offleera Camps Call Seven Leadlnit
ipirttl DstpotrA (o Tss ten.
WrixiAMirowN, Mjs., Oct, I. it was
announced to-day that the seven leading
football men left at Willlims since th
loss of Capt Bn. Boynton, would
leave on October 10 to enttr officers
training school, comprising part ot Wil
liams contingent ot thirty men. Fetter,
guard, and Bonnar, substitute end, the
only veurans available from last year's
undefeated eltven. are Included on the
The other five were the following mem
bers of last yen's freshman team: Mc
Lean, halfback; Fulle, guard; Phillips,
tackle; Frarer quarterbaek; Hlbbsrd,
MEMBERS ON LINKS
jTo'lbcrion Wins Ilavllaiid Cap
in Annual' Tournament on
tho Englcwood Course.
By a margin of thirteen strokes J. W.
Holberton won the golf championship of
the Republican Club over the links of the
Knglewood Country Club yesterday. Hol
berton, one of the IlnckentJick regulars,
returned a thlity-alx hoi gross score ot
113, and In consequence took possession
of the Ilavlland Cup. The second gross
prlte over the double circuit went to A.
B. Ilunn, with a total of ISfi,
There was a close contest for the net
prises. George C. Austin, former preni
dent of Uie Snglewood Club,, won the
first with a' total or Ut. Re had a
thirty stroke allowance. Only a stroke
away was Judge William Young with
201 It, Ul. There was a prise for
the best net score In the first eighteen
hole round, and' this went to James O.
Graham, with a card ot 104 It, Tt.
On the day's play a trophy also was
offered for the best net score for those
with handicaps of 19 or more. This
went to W. J. Westlake, who had 212
With the exception of the Ilavlland
Trophy all th prises were War Savings
Stamp". The golf committee In charge
of the tournament consisted of Frank B.
McLean, secretary and treasurer; FJm
bury Palmer, John A. Le Boutllller,
Capt Gerald Stratton, Capt. F. H.
Schautllcr, John W. Holberton and
George C. Austin. The scores In the
early round follow:
OrosB. Hen. ATet.
james u. uranam..
A. B. Ilunn
M. P. Collin
George C. Austin.'...,,
F. P. Duryea
F, R. MOIjean
D. M. ndell....7....
W. J. TVestlaks
J. W. Itolbarton
R. C McCormlek......
William Toung. ......
M. E. Ilavlland
R. A. Delnoc
Louis A. now.
104 tt 71
M U 71
!?t III J?
ltt II 10
.11 f. Ill
CAXAU8A IN FrtONT,
In th first half of a professional
golf match at Oak Ridge yesterday
Fred Canausa of th homo club de
feated Oeorge Kerrlcan by two up.
Canausa returned an 10, while hla rival
took SI. Th cards;
Kerrigan. Out.... 3 4 4 4 4 s t 4 41
In.... Illlllli 4 4011
Canauia, Out.... 4 statist t II
In 4 Hill 4 4 I JI, I
TO PLAY LIBERTY DAY.
There will b two doubt bill at Dxtr
Park near the Cypreaa Hills elevated ela
tion this week end. On Saturday twa
"foreign" cluba. the Lincoln Hlant and
th lloyal OIY(l. will play two sam-.
On Sunday the Buahvtleks will taekl th
Ttoyal Otants. Th Hushwlck hav a
cor to settle with th Itoyala and "No
Hit" Kslleher will to after them. Donald
on la likely te pitch against him.
ntOU WATER FOR LOCAL ANOLBRB
fpper Delaware Vl.lilna Conditions.
Itsln. wind and the war have combined
against the success of tha fliherman. or
anxler, ahould you prefer. In th upper
Delaware niver reaches.
Mnrs I hav been here thra hae been
one line day, and that was fundar. when
It la contrary to the Pennsylvania gam
laws to nh.
'The rain hu raleed tho rivers and th
broeke until they are too hlh and tho
flood to great for nsMnr. The rain hae
washed plenty of food Into the streama
for th fth, so that a belt must be es
reptlonslty tempting for II r. Ilaes or Mr.
Pickerel to turn asy from th feast of
worms, mlnnons and Insects which hav
been washed into the river.
tt hae ralneil an hard nnd eonatantly
that folks heva been forcert to remain
Indrrors. Then the wind has keen high
an.l raw. Reports through this part of
flka county are that flehlntr In the Dela
ware this year hae been extremely poor.
This wse contrary to the belief of the
sharps, who espected that the drafts,
which hae greatly reduced the army ot
flahermett to the Delaware, would be re
flected In abundance of nh because of
the comparative few anglers who nave
been on the river since eprlnff,
It aeems that the fish nieappeared when
th anglers did not show up with th
coming ot wsrm weather
Old Jim Stuart's Patriotism.
War hss taken out ot the country many
men who knew the waya ot the fin popu
lation of the Delaware Kor Instance. Old
Jim Stuart, the Delaware River char
acter, has been on the river tut lew
limes mis year.
Old Jim hss joined with Mr. McAdoo
In running thn rallroade ond le now ac
tively engaged on the Kris road. Old
Jim has looked lOnxlngly at the stream
every day, bill he hsx controlled bis de
sires so far and remained on the rail
road. Jim s patriotism has been a hard blow
to city anglers bemuse many of them
have deDended on htm to eecur bait In
addition to ehowlng them th whereabouta
of Mr, Fleh and how to hook him. Jim
Is a world of Information and he knowe
every bait hnis for ml e around Nar-
rowsbiirr. Hut Jim Is helping Unci m
t hi year and not anglers from crowMed
cities, so they must shift for themeelves.
ini nss not oeen my case, in rormer
years I have hunted bait with Old .11m.
so that tO'dsy I know most of the spots.
l am not, tnererore, as neipiens ss other
fishermen from the "White Klnphant," aa
New Tork la often termed by country
. As I havs not flilie.1 seriously I can
not renort on the flehlns. If thev aro
running good and the weather clears I
win p tne worn to come up hero for a
week end. If New Tork han had as
much rain as Pike county then I shall
coneofs myeelf In the knowledge that no
one was favored. M. V. CASEY,
Narroweburg, N. T., Ojt. 8.
8hrlmp Mjeiery Trove Boomerang.
My only thought In calling sttentlon to
shrimp round In the maw ot a email
moutli baaj caught In ths freah .
of Oretnwood Lake and asking for the
solution was to boonl th nature stuCIss
ot uiun jmraa inn many n, boom
prove tn be a boomerang, a wsapon
which mighty few of us know how to
Last Wetk ol Autumn Meeting
The Liberty Bond
nil 3 Other StPUmt ContttU
FIRST BACK AT StM P.M.
SPECIAL RACK TRAINS
leave Pens. Station. sSd St. and 7th
A vs.: also from Flatbuah Av., Rrook
hm. at 1V.30. and at intervals to list
P. M, Course also reaehed by lt.
A vs. L to Jamaica, tuenee hy trolley.
Orand Stand S3.30. Ladles Sl.sS,
Including War Tax.
r iiojk , Piwes Jasiwcajiay governors Willow New
ofSt0). .JWrt! .!).. Foul London
. uate. Jk.ro. a. .aa. a.oi. r . ra. cm. ji.. l'.a. A.M. P.M. A.M. P M
October ... .10:48 11:U loat Hit U:S1 11:54 lo.e na aoi 3 M 13:3
Ortooer 10... 11:34 11 -31 11:3 13.00 I3.-OM 13:40 11:17 11:07 t-U 3 ft? lw lid
October 11..., 13TO 13:47 13:1 13: 13.S 1:33 13:33 13:07 til 3 43 lo 33
October 13. . lO IO 1:4 . 1:17 t ie J Je aSS s 'u
October 13.. . 1:31 310 t ss 3:15 3:3 3:41 Sot a.to 3:1 X an .vis 4 j
STATUS OF PLAYERS
WILL VEX LEAGUES
Cominpr Sessions of Major Cir
cuit Will Wrestle With a
Whtn the National League meets here
on December 10 and the American
League holds Its session at Chicago two
days later," both organisations will be
confronted with knotty problems In
volving tho status of players now under
contract or reserve. Few of the club
owners hold tho opinion that It will be
possible to resume league operations
next spring. If such proves to bo the
case tha majority of players who figured
In the 11 pennant races will not re
ceive contracts during the early months
of next vear.
' According to the present system It Is
mandatory upon the clubs to renew their
options or reserve clauses on players not
later than January 1 and to follow mis
action by .mailing contracts to the play
ers not later than February l. It is
extremely doubtful If this procedure will
be followed In 1MI. Under the ordinary
ruling a player who did not receive his
contract by March 1 would Decome a
free acent and uoon th resumption ot
big Uagu baseball would be In a posi
tion to sell hla strvlcts to the nignesi
It Is understood, however, that the
tnagnatea will hold that th business of
baseball waa auspndd under Instruc
tions from ths Government and that
since the right to operate was beyond
thtr control all contracts and other legal
phases are suspended automatically.
Under this construction the contract of
the player carries ovr until such time
as tha Oevtrnmtnt gives consent for a
renewal et th business of baseball.
Thus If ths professional league do not
resume until 1110 the year of lslt
would be considered as non-extstent In
so far aa tt might affect a player's con
There Is still another angle to the
proposition which Invloves the owners
and the two major leagues as Indl
vidua! and cooperating business or
ganlaatlona It might be held to be
within their rights to refuse to negotiate
with or for th services of a player
who, previously to the suspension of th
game, wasfh property of another club.
If sucti action were generally adopted
the player would be obliged to report
back to his original club for a renewal
ot his contract or a release If he desired
to reenter play In either of the big
FIELD DAY FOR IltlSR.
The annual Arid day of the Cork Men
will be hld at Cdtle Park next Sunday.
Cork and Tlpperary will battle for th
Gaelic rootbn.ll championship. A dls
puted goal left the decision In doubt re
cently. The challenge match between
Cork and Klldare for the hurling honors
Is the result Of a draw recently.
FROM OOTOB1R TO OCTOBER 13.
Of tha few.
apparently'' I am not one
Ilut, honestly I wondsr If I do appear
,Z? J.MK 1 '"b " n9t ,0 know the
dirferene between a ss!t water shrimp
f,nd trmh wtr crawfish. Roth "W
i': iP. V lir B,u Antler- do not
hesitate to make thle bald aeeertlon. A
E. Thwaltes te Jocularly sceptical In his
rererene to canned shrimp, while I,nu!
iX'S? e? I".". J,1!"..?f h"ln ''"d a
a bits ' Jllnt ho digestion of
J" anwr to th
mr,,,7 1 , myself; I merely
5?n,??K.,.J..,llMi,, ,U."m '"frost In
ift..h.lU ih.6.bb,r' ..2' " ,hM "bo
suggMUd solutions "F. A. II," cam
closest to the maFk. Rut even he errs
StS?.hL lve .hr'mI, to Greenwood
Si i llsB-ut. Ho got all ths
d!fj. L on h'lmf. nd has been
dots; so for -year. True, he did throw
S.VAl?.f'I2l "hat bait he had eft, but
R the eVr.i" 1" oblle to retJfn
'Ji1, e"r Bn afternoon train.
iTv'V."'ll '"r brings his shrimp
rtrlehh'3 ""Mg. Ms favorite
met. being over the Winder-
Sahlnw ihi' w." hr' h" been
Sori.5 l!j&K, f. 'a,lM ,h shrimp
frfoll I eVJiT'l ' T" n,r Ihi satni
SS " La i , th aforesaid base on a
inai aay. Ho that's the unsner.
Greenwood Lake, N. T.OetY AiU
Tw hTanin Swordflsh landed Together
AVALOM r.i v.. . . 1'
J. Hat.,'. uunVh' lui.V '.T h,VLli ii
this town st n ii... ."J. ,mRV i
m... .(i rr "'" ""ir oi fan Fi
eieeo. trt ths entrance to Avolon harbor
fmi're.e;0.C,",ln forofl,h " " MmJ
tint rrem the asms boat, a feat accom!
P''hed for th rlret tlm this
hi' SPP-.n'h irh.d te pound" nd
ill. VJ""T. ,IS Puumls. it requlrld
eaVch. m,nu, "tht to land the double
Ns-wmrlier TsJrs rjM falmii In On Day
RANOBMST LA KB, !., Oct. I rn
r,L"' f Newark N. j.. Vn a'7ll"r
?c.r ,n .nm ,ot,1 e'sht salmon n
of them returned excenl nn. Vh. i.".:..?Ji
BOD AND nPN.
HSA BASH, niACRFIStl ANIIPonnirs
anS Capt C. K Barms. m'sspsiShe PB "a?
Fltsrty et Blarkflsh Caught e? a .:
NOTICf. O A. M.
- asw-T,sr anil
STR. EVELYN iSj!:
I, Capt. J. Martin
JrLOuNDKRS AND TOM CODS,
Loar.su on Ouns, Heels, nods
Harrslns In lllsh nr,.i. ,v.,
Ouns, Hides and Surf Hods
BKBOItlt, ttt W. II 8t. tTlmes W.I
Capt. Joe N.
Wd Thur. and Bat., l;o-
ti nr'si nisi nsnti . .
Canal, rreeport. CAPT. JOK hAYNmt"
enty et Blackflsh. f:io a it'
lty y Uammef Dek'
Bheepahead Way. Craba furnl.h.3'
sue. Tommies and flounders'
.... JaF" P.K Mt'KMftli
CI SkE ' Claaon Pt. daily etcept xson!
ELSIE !! A- m.
China back, and and
Tel, lilt Melroee.
Ill K. lllth St
BOAT roil SALE.
HARBOR TUO for sale 40 ft. over all
It ft. bam, I ft. In. draft, II square
ltt lb, stesmi I year old snd In flret
tlae oondltlon. ror further particulars
apply, Capt CII.VS. HOss. Port Colborns.
Wanted Auloei good earn rash ready.
Jandcrf, 1IJ1 Brcadrsj- Tt: Circle :tT4.
1. !. HM "hd Hun.
I A. II. Cart, ttlti si.
BflQl?0 II fally except Munday anJ
UOCni III W'tecwW
' "7"- WANTED MALK.
THE UNITED WaWs GOVER
MENT NEEDS 1,800 MEN TODAY
To Clear Ground and Start New Con
struction at May's Landing, N. J., Whera
the War Material Plant Must Be En
larged to "Carry On" the Work Stopped
by the South Amboy Explosion.
11 HOURS PAY FOR' 10 HOURS
Needed to Fight In France Hate
Been Itushed to May's Landing
to "Carry On" UnUl Civilians
Take Their "Places.
WAKE UP, AMERICAN WORK
INGMENt Tour Country Asks Tou to Work:
at May's Landing and Itelease ths
Soldiers, to Fight In France.
DISASTER at South Amboy
Must be turned Into
VICTORY at May's Landing
Come Today to Any Office
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