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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOYEMBER 10, 1918.
Commander Ross's Stable, Even With Billy Kelly Out, Takes' First and Second Money in the Famous Walden i . - ! i I ' WAR PENNANT FIRST IN WALDEN STAKES HOST OF HORSES TO COMPETE IN GARDEN PORES EASY VICTOR IN SERVICE 'CHASE Fair Exhibitors and Their Equine Aspirants for Blue Ribbons at the National Horse Show Commander Rosa's Recent Ac quisition Romps Away From Juveniles. More Than 1,100 Entries for Rig Charity Show Which Opens To-morrow. Distance Champion Leads Uncle Sam's Harriers nt Van Cortlnndt Park. MILKMAID IS' SECOND ARMY OFFICERS TO HIDE JDI hexigAn IS SECOND K " Valar's Rest in .Unclo Sam's Wearers of Khaki, Gray and Horizon Rlue to Seek Rcrcsford Cup. Pcllinm Bny Sailors Win Team Trophy "With Low Score of 19 Points. Remount Race Jockeys Hart in Chase. 4 TT 2 P 1 J 1 Blurs Spedal Detpalch to Tub Sex. IUlthiore, Jfov. 0. War Pennant and Milkmaid, racing In tha colors of Commander J. K. U Ross, finished first and second respectively for the Walden Stakes for two-year-olds at one mile at the rimllco track to-day. TL T. Wll on, Jr.'s Thunderstorm was third. The time. 1 :40 4-5, waa good-considering that War Pennant carried 127 pounds and won as he pleased by a length. The take was worth IS.895 net to the win ner and 11,000 to the second home. Tt was a race, but no contest. Com mander Rosa's horses completely dom inated the race. Hilly Kelly was scratched, but the Canadian turfman started War Pennant. War Marvel nnd Milkmaid. Commander Ross not only towed up the race as far as eliminating opposition, but he tied up the best rldlng talent. He mraKed Loftua to rldo War Pennant, Robinson for War Marvel and put Sande on Milkmaid. Commander Rosa decided to savo Billy Kel'y nnd to put War Pennant to the teat under his colors. It was War Pennant's first start for his new owner. Trainer Bedwell was nnxtous ,to start -him to sco If he would travel over a lone route. This was done In order to "get a line" on the colt for tho Derby races next year. Wu Pennant Leads. War Pennant made pood and showed ho was a fine colt by leading all the way and winning as he pleased. What he would have done It he had been opposed &T, Ktemal or Billy KellyOs problemat ical. II hal" no real opposition, for na Frank, drrut and Thunderstorm wcro unable o foTce him to his best speed. With War Uarvel at his neck and Milk maid racbir fourth, close to Thunder storm's saddle, the race was purely a Ross affair all the way. War Marvel stopped at the head of the stratcn rrd War Pennant came home alone, Mlllmald beatlne out Thunderstorm lifif -a length for the place honors . Cirrus and Be Frank were never factors In the struggle at any stage of the race. The crowd was a big one even for Plmllco: where rsclng Is very popular with turfmen from all sections of the country. The War Department was well represented, many army officers coming avr especially to witness the contest for the remount race. Eight of the original nine entries started In the remount race. Edwiird B. McLean's Peorlesa One belnc ttlo only absentee. Vallate, Best nemoont. OoL Beard of tho Twenty-third. Cav alry led tho field of contestants to post, 'lie- ehowsjd a good Beat and received hearty cheers. The race was won by Valals, the favorite. Lyke held him In third place while Robinson was making the pace with Orey Eaglo to the stretch. Valals then took the lead and won by four lengths After the race the committee ap pointed by the War Department to supervise the details of the race selected Valals, Trial by Jury. Captain Hay and Greek Legend as being suitable as sires for 'Uncle Sam's stud farms. Under the conditions of the race each owner agreed to eell his horse to tho Government for f 1,000. When the com mittee had made their selection the Maryland Jockey Club bought the fourjOo-bel Bitot ruard v... .,1 lll nrts.nl lh.m to W "!ht tackle :, T 1 me uoveriimeiib. The Jumping race was a series of ac cidents from the start to the finish. Of eleven starters only four finished. Tumpator, Tradltloner, Melos and 8m!thfle1d. The others either fell or bolted. Jockeys Bush, Smith and Picket were seriously hurt and were taken to the "Maryland General Hospital. Turner eseaped'Wlth a few bruises nnd cuts and was attended by the track physician. The Reanlta. Ilrat Tlace Two-year-oldi; maidens; purse 11.000; tlx furlonfs. Candle Uelit. how 14.10. first; Doleful, 110 (McTagy) gart), place It.JO, show js.jo aeconu; aio, 110 (BtaJker). show i:5.0, third Time, 1:14 1-S. Clean Gone. Vigilante. Tom fool, 'Pollu, 'Uncle John, Mother-ln-traw. Donnalisht. Borneo, W. Ward and Ilohokua also ran. Field. Second Itace The Plmllco Remount Breeding Purae of 11,000; throe-year-olda and upward; one mile, Valals, 111 (Lrke), traliht 11.10, place $1.70, show tl.10, first: Prunea. 101 (Walls), place 13. SO, show tl.10, second: Orey Eagle. 110 (Hrfb Inson), ahow 13.10. third. Time, 1:41. IJon, Trial tiy Jury, Greek Legend, Don Jose and Capt. Hay also ran. Third Race Tne dreen Sprlnr Valley flteeplechane Hajtdlcap; four-year-olda ar,l upward; purse 11.000; two miles nnd a quarter. Trumpatnr, 145 (Powers), etrslrht fl.SO. place S.S0. enow 4.30,. first: Tradltloner. Ill ICrawford), place 14, show 13.10. second: Melos. 114 (Fits gerald), show K.i0, third. Time. 4.1t 1-5. Fencer, llo'bert Ollrer, 3mlthfleld, Antl eptlc, W. F, Knebelkamp. Tudor King, Kingstown Pier and Bitter Sweet also ran. I 'Stockton entry. Fourth Race The Walden; two-year-olds: 15,000 added: one mile. 'War Pen nant. 117 (Lnftua), straight II 70, 'place 11.10. show 11.40. first: Milkmaid, 111 Ifande), place fl.10, show 1.40, second; Thunderstorm, 117 (Ensor). show 14.10, third. Time, 1:40 4-5. War Marvel, Translate, Cirrus, Mormon and Be Frank Also ran. 'Rosa entry. Fifth Rare The Southern Handicap; three-year-olds and upward; purae 11,000; one mile and a sixteenth. Corn Tassel, lit (Eneor), straight l.60, place 13 10, how 13.50, first; Htromboll. 126 (Like), place 11.10, show 11.70, seeond: Star Mas ter. 114 (Knapp). show 11.10. third. Time. l:4t. Aurum. L'Errant, Matinee Idol, lied Box and Exterminator also ran, filxth Race Three-year-olds and up ward; claiming; purse 11,000: one mile end a sixteenth, VaJsnar. 105 (Sande), straight 111.10, place tl.10, show 14.10, first: Bolster, 105 (Mefntyr), place 14.10, how 11, second; Iay Lou. 115 (Lyke), how ft. 10. third. Time, 1:41 1-5.. Hunny land, fiafraner, Happy Valley, Hondo, l Broom Peddler and Flame also ran. Seventh Race The Clermont Selling Kandlcnn: three-year-olds and upward; nurse $1,000; one mile and a furlonr. flame Cock, 10$ (Walls), straight 11.40, -place 91.70. show 9L$0. first: Thornhloom, 111) (Psnde). place $4.40. show 12,00, sec end; Fllttergold, show 13.40, third. Time, 1:14 1-1. The Dema, Polroma and Peerleaa On slIso ran, MOIIERAX HOUTS STOMJ SCHOOL Special Detpateh to Tns flcK. Mohman'Takb. N Y., Nov, 9, Tho Mohegan Lako School football team trounced the Stone Hchool eleven hero to-day, EG to 0, Mohegan no far out Classed Its opponents that second string men wire put Into tho game In the last naif. Beets scored four touchdowns, Neely and llasey two each and McLaren and lludens one each. Bird, Fish and Ganie Dny Ura-ed. llAnRisnuno, Pa., Nov. 9. The United Sportsmen of Pennsylvania have urged that a day he set slde each yeuf na Tlrd, fish and game day, to be observed hy the children of the public bchools, )on which occasions persons versed In wild Ufa will be asked to apeak. NEW UTRECHT AND ERASMUS WINNERS Beat Unrqunml and Rrooklyn Prep in Commercial Field Double Header. Erasmus Halt's eleven, the Brooklyn champions, defeated Brooklyn Prop. 23, to 6, and jfew Utrecht sVjmped Mar quand. 53. to 0, In an tnterscholastlu football doublft header .at Commercial Field. Brooklyn, yesterday afternoon. Although Brooklyn Prep was n much Heaten team the Crown Heights lads ac complished a feat which tcok them three years to gain, This was crossing the Buff and Blue's line for a lone touch down. . George ntr.jlmmons, the former Georgetown Prep player, did this for the Brooklyn Prep eleven. The touchdown came In the last quarter af'cr the furmt-r Georgetown player handed a long for ward pass to Malanoy. This put the leather on Erasmus's 25 yard line. Two short end runs and a fifteen yard pen alty Imposed on Erasmus put the' ball on Erasmus's 5 yard line. Then Fltz slmmons went over for a touchdown. Erasmus's first score came In the opening quarter after a long forward pas?. Franken to Barnes, nnd short end runs by De Witt and Melstrell which planted the ball on Brooklyn's S yard line. Then Io Witt, scored the touch down. The second Erasmus touchdown was nlso the result of a forward puss, this time Molstrell to Mahr. Melstrell, only the next play made fifteen yards around right end and a touchdown. lie also kicked the goal. In the next quarter . Franken and Mahr ench scored an Erasmus touch down. Franken scored flrt after De Witt had raced down the field for a gain of forty yards. Franken then went over from the one yard line for a touch down! Mahr scored his touchdown after he had raced fifteen yards around right end. The New Utreclit-Marquand coptcst was a walkoer for the Bay Ridge team. In this contest Smith scored three touch downs, Hettrlck and Sehres two each. The lineups: , F.rasmus Hstl ("3 Brooklyn Prrn (). Wahlnston Left end Maloney VanTronk Left tackle Wardell Left guard Taylor Carlln Mil-auhlln Mahf-r Hsrrlsoi liaasnoot Centre names Hlrht end Lyncli Melstrell Quarterback ....Fltnimmona P. Witt Left halfback Tierney Frnnken Riitht halfback Kchmaim Mahr Fulllback Jlalcron joucnoowne e;ramup: -ieiireu. iw Franken. Mahr. llrnoktyn Prep: FiliMm-1 mona. Goal, from touchdown Meiatrell suh- etilutes Eratmii: Rom for Franlwn, 0'llrln fer Melstrell. Echtwlle for Van Tronk. Mur phy for name. Referee M. C. Curtis. Col umbia, Umpire J. J, Cnrney, Holy Cross. New Utrecht (SJI Manjnand (). Sadler Ift end Tntten Hitter Left tackle Maul Illam-bi. Left guard llranilt Itothstrln Centre Nelson Cous-hlln Right (ruard Amolt's Ratisn Rleht tackle .-. Roy i-ieo KKht end Iluukcn Srhaffer Quarterback Mcnce Sehres Left balthacli Yoifng Helrlck Rlgbx halfback Zimmerman Stevenson rullback Kvans Touchdowns Smith. 3; Hetrlch, !: F-hres, 1; Rosen. Ooals from touchdown Smith. 1; Hetrlck. Safety Marauind. Subslitutlons New Utrecht Williams for Hetrlck, Pmlth for Schaffer. Olaaa for Rothateln, Smith for Sadler. Schaffer for Smith. IJchtman for Dlanchi, Underberr for Stevenson Mnr quand Weber for Zimmerman. Gardner for Totten, Idine for Bunken. Referee JI. C Curtis. Columbia. Umplre-J. J. Carney. wui iiniB oi periods 10 minute. PIMLIC0 ENTRIES. First Race Two-year-olds: c. Imlng: six furlongs: Under Fire, 111; mbnl.i. Ill: Candle Light, 107; Karlocker. Ill: Pil.u. 103: Manoeuvre, 111: Wyndover, 111; Veteran. 107: St. Quentln. 117; Dr. Hae. 112; Poultney, 117; Tiger Roue. 10S: Tag. 104: Tarascon. 107; Vlrngo, 109; W. Ward, 107. fecond Race Thrre-year-olds and up ward; claiming: one mile and a sixteenth: maiden Jockeys: "Saints Bridge, 100; Serenest. 104: Drckmate, 115: Lone Hand. JJS, 'Eddie Henry. 107: 'Dr. Campbell, 107; Ballast, 105: Julia L.. 109: MV. H. Hnckner, 100; Yodellnr. 10": Wliliinoor Mlll. 100; 'Irish Kiss. 100: Dollna, 104; Lasy Lou. 104; Peerless One, 105; Jack Dawson, 111. Third Race Pnlapaco Steeplechase Handicap; four-year-olds and upward: selling; two and a half miles: lllbler, 150; Margory Jaquc. 115; Robert Oliver, 13S; tAntlseptlc, 130: New Haven, 149; Nut meg, 141; Turmoil, 140; Lemarsouin, 118; Debeto, 141; tCynosure, 110, tSliennan entry. Fourth Race Handicap; claiming; three-year-olds: six furlongs; Currency, 114; Masda, 101; Frenchy, 100; Trophy, 10$; Iulie v., 116; Choirmaster, 115; Subnhdar. 115; Kate Bright, 111; Arrith Oo On, US ; Sir Adsum. 103; Klratle's C'iil. 101; Star Spangled, ISO; Poacher, 110; Grayson, 103. Fifth Race Country Club Purse; two-year-olds, fillies: six furlongs: Cnllnella, 110: Phantom Maid, 10S; Polygon, 112; Carry On, 105; Ophelia. 112; Weymouth Girl. 105; Quren'a Maid, 105; tlllghtand Light, 10S; Ballet Dancer It., lot; Vvette, 105; (Jallant .Kitty. 112; Miss Vnskl. 105; Alphee. Ills Lady Mary, 112; Lillian Shaw, 111; tCirpet Sweeper, 103. tWeld entry. Sisth Race Merchants Purso; selling; three-year-olds and upward; one mile nnd a Quarter: Lytle, 120; t'WhlppnnrwIII, $1: 'merman, 107; (llory Belle. 101, Ooldcrest Iloy, 112; 'Irregular. 107: Bir of Phoenlr, 112: Valspar, 105; Tho Dnn, 109; Jack, Mount. 11: Kentucky Boy. 112; Puts and ralls.flll; ricdra, 102, Amalgamator, 112; (Ucy Pilot. 117; Hands Off, 111; fWoodthrush, 105. tWllson entry. Seventh Rare Itennert Handicap; three-year-olds and upward; one mile; Corn Tassle, 121: Tom McTaggart, 115; Kashmir. 11: L'Krrant, 110; Regal Lodge, 125; Hot lister, 122; John I, Day. 10$: llonlfare, 112; Wiseman. Ill; Valor, 120; Whimsy, 115. Apprentice allowance claimed. 1T.N.V "ll.VIllllintH WIS, Statu Collpor, Pa Nov. 9. The Unl verslty of Pennsylvania harrlcr de. feated the Pennsylvania State tuam In a four and a half mile cross country run to-day, 21 to 31. SDLVERRSE ' , . - BIRCH a BCCKY LANIER UP. Sfrrrc I !BBlTBMMBBBBBBWHiBBlHsBBBBBBBl .ik-Wr tl 1 JU I I I 1 la MISS I5ABELLE WANAMAKER of PHILADELPHIA FLUSHING DEFEATS COMMERCE, 41 TO 7 Hips Through Manhattan School's Line at Will for Largo Gains. School Football ltcull. At I'oly field I'oly Prtp, 0; Hamil ton, 0. At Commercial Field Kraimun. Zi; Brooklyn l'rep. 0. At Commercial Field New Utrecht, (3; Marrjuand, 0. At PoMllns Pawllns, 7; Hntchklnn. 0. At (isrilm Clt) Horace Mann, 11; it. Paul'. 15 At Moheitan Mohegan, S; Stone. 0. At Monlcialr Montdalr Academy. 17; Uordentown, 0, At Kiuahlng FJushlne, 41; Commerce, 7. The High School of Commerce foothall team, conqueror of Morris, yesterday fell heforo the strong Flushing eleven nt Flushing Field, The lxng Islanders won by 41 to 7 T Flufhlng backfield ripped through tln Manhattan team's de renco for triln r.f ten i.n.l iw.ntv v,. renrf for gains 0l ten ,ula twenty J arUs I coiiilstently. v I The lono C'ommerJs touchdown, which came In the second quarter, was n. lucky one. In a desperate struggle to tackle Mitchell of Commerce, who had the ball, threo Flushing tacklers stumbled over one another, and thin gavo tho Com merce lad a freo Meld. Ho then raced for seventy yards and tho touchdown. Flushing scored Its first touchdown during tho first three minutes of play when Townsend ran around right end for twrnty-flvo yards and a score. Three touchdowns were ucored In tho first pe riod by Flushing. Townsend and Smith each made two touchdowns, while Co grovp and Burton each made one. Town send kicked Ave goals from touchdown. Tho lineup: Flushing 41). Commerre (7). Bach Left end Margoiles llarnea. . . . Ieft tackle Whitman , Left guard WelntrauU .. Centre MrKnlghl . . Rhrht end . . Schnetdermati Rlsht guard Davis Right tackle Cnrslurt Qnarterhark Serbrlck Ifl halfback Mitchell Right halfback Ilergh . . Fullback Samson Itndsn (Jleason. . . Cosgroo. . Hess UJndlng. . . Hamilton. . Townsend . Durtnn. . . . Bmlth Touchdown Coscrove, Townsend 2, nurmn. Hmlth I, Mitchell. floala from touchdown Townsend fl, Mitchell. Hef. erea Mr Hone, Vale. Umplro Mr. Tates, Yule. Head linesman Mr. Fisher. Flush ing. Time of quarters 10 minutes. FOREIGN RIDERS COMING. With Pence In Night Six Day Knee Gets Added Interest, With a speedy peace In sight many foreign cycling champions will bo able to come across and compete In tho six dny race In Madison Square Garden December 1 to 7. Italy Is sure to hava two, teams. Vincent Madonna and Tom Hello already have entered. The management has abandoned tho plan to hold the race over a papier macho track. Tom McNamara was tho firtt to enter a protest and was backed by tho others. They maintained that after a day's riding a papier-mache track would become so slippery as to make it dangerous riding around the highly banked turns. SAILORS IN HOT BATTLE. Chlcnno Navnl Iteserxeo Beat Cleveland Tars hy O to O, Ci.kvct.ani, Ohio, Nov. t, Tho Chi cago Naval Reserve football team de feated the Cleveland Nnvtil Reserve team, fl to 0, In a hitter struggle to-day. Great football win played throughout. The only score was made In the second period. When attempting to punt out from behind his own goal line Ducote's kirk was blocked and recovered on Cleve land's If. yard line by Bents, Chicago right tackle. Three smashes at the lino galnod prac tically nothing, but a forward pass by Koehler over tho Cleveland goal was caught by Klein, Chicago's right end. 'fhat paes made the only tpuchdown and kept tho Chicago Naval Reserves In line for tho national naval championship. vmwwt POLY PREP HOLDS HAMILTON TO TIE Scoreless Game Hard Fought Despite Great Handicap. Although It wa without Its regular back field, I'oly Prep's football team yes terday held the strong Hamilton Ir.Ml tute eleven to a fcoreless tie on tfic Poly gridiron. Wood, .'cllirfe and Scholtx. the regular back field, were unablo to play because of Injurlew, but the Blue nnd Cold continually had tho ball In the Manhattan team's territory. yrhe game was a nip and tuck nffalr. t afthough Poly made tho larger gains and kept the ball In play most of the time. In the first period, after It had failed to gain, Hamilton tried for a field goal from t'oiys la yard line, tne bail missing by a wide margin. In the third Quarter Poly tried fr a goal from placement, which aho went wild. In this session Zm th. k, . Pie( . Hamilton had the ba! on Poly a ten yard line, but Inst It on downs. It was the only time during the contest that Ham- lltnn ki npir lt nnnnneril-o T.-)t. irl itl? opponents posts. ino lineup. lponcnis paau. ,.,,,.. Hamilton (0) Poly l'rep (0). Hamilton (0). Mcltea Left end Wnters iironaer i,eri lacKie lioo.iy Hell (hrll Dojiple.. , Uenthncr. I.ucss . . . . Carpenter , Left guard V. llrennan nifhTlu'ard " ae,,Uil2wl!i BlJhMa.Vie V.' ..'.'.'. Cnev . Hlrhtend Crnd'y Ouarterharli. . . A. llrennan Wltachcr.' .' .' .' night halfback '. '. '. .'.'.'.'. Stuch itt night halfliart; 'Ich Uotld r-. Fullback .... ... .Dupo) subslltult -V. llrennan fir Duotiv. Doody for V llrennan: Contopolo for Wltacher n.fere. Mr. Butler. Umpire Pcherer. Dickinson College. Time of quar ters 10 minutes each. ST. PAUL'S LOSES BY POINT. Birch's Failure to Kick Goal Glvri Horace Mnnn Glint, A goal from touchdown hy WIIm;r, after Fullback nirch of St. Paul's School failed at two tries, gave tho Horace Mann football team a 1.1 to 12 victory ever the Lone Islanders at Garden City yesterday. Bogert. a substitute who w cnt Into the game In the second quart-, accounted for St. Pauls first touchdown, and II Tyson wored the other. Birch both times filled to kick tho goal. Pulleyn and Poel each scored a touchdown for J Horace Mann. It was following Pool's) touchdown that Wllmer kicked the goal that gavo his team the one point margin and victory. The lineup: Hornre Mann (111 fit. Tryne Left end .... nibb Ift tarkln ., Parr Left guard .., Crocker Centre .... Wile Illght end , . Wllmer ltlght tackle . Poel Bight guard . Van Ben'ohen TWt halfback. Pulleyn ltlght halfback Sneddon Quarterback .. Farrell Fullback ... Paul's (12) . . . .Simmons Adams . . . . Ketcham Otnnrd J Tyson , . . . Decuwitn .Hlntm Chichester II. T) son ' ' m.i, Touchdowns Bogert. Pulleyn. Poel. H ."r; - Tyson. (loal from touchdown Wllmer. lleferee John Thorpe. Umpire -Mr, Dlckler. Boys High. Time of periods 10 minutes. SCHOOL SWIMMING DATES. Schedule of Hani Meet Will Be Sturtrd To-morrow, The annual scries of dual swimming meets for the high school championship will be started to-morrow. The schedule as announced yesterday follows: November 11 Commerce s. Boys. Do Witt Clinton vs. Kraamus Hall, fUyvesant Noemher IS Htuyvesant in. Commerce, Hoys ii, De Witt Clinton, Erasmus Hull. November 28 D Witt Clinton vs, Htuyve. sant, llnismus Ball vs. Hoyx. Commerce. December 2 tuyvesant vs. Ilraimus Hill, Commerce vs, De Witt Clinton, Bnvs. De cember 8 Buys va. Stuvvesunt, Krasmua Hall vs. Commerce. De Witt Clinton. De cember 16 De Wilt CJllnton va. Btuyve sant, Brasmus Hall vs. Hoys, commerce. January 6 Commerce vs. De Witt Clinton, Stuyvusint vs. ISraamus Hull, Boys. Jan uary 13 Erasmus Hall ye. Commerce, J)oy vs. Ptuyvesant, De Witt Cllntwi. January If Commerce vs. Boys. He Witt Clinton vs. Brasmus Hall, Muyvcaant. January 28 Htuyvesant "vs. Commerce Boys va. De Witt .Clinton, BraanAis Ball. AMHERST SWAMPS TRINITY. Tear Holes In Line nnd Win by Score at lil to O. Amu gust, Mass., Nov. 9. Amherst defeated Trinity nt football by a score of 21 to 0 to-day, Tho Amherst line opened up big holes for the hnckflehl and put up a stonewall defence when Trinity was within scoring dls'tance, MMBBSSBBSBBWA 11 I DRIVIN6 FIRE AWAY. MERRITT STARS BOI TO DEVENS ELEVEN Major Tobi's Great Ajrfircsa tiou Denton in Exciting Game by 13 to 7. Special Dapatch to Tnr ScN. Botov. Maes. Nov. !). .Maior Clarl: i Tohin's foothall team from Camp Mer- . I '" "'th a" Its former coLrgo stars J was unablo to win to-day from Canrp j i ueyens led by Hobnn, a forme; i .. n - ".I!"' xi- e,rt L . 'AP ..,ond ''",f. SC.0T? i 1W following a twenty jard run by ! ii-ivihse Erasmus Half tit team S S i H k k forwur(, paHS and a twenty.'!-.'. M(Ore,nr. Manual Training.... Dili , . ' , lln. If Wary. Bojs HiKh M; , thf aJi . " I, ,k' ,.i, ' "" "" f a tllrty.nvc ynr(1 fnA nm ov Ma - gulro to the Merritt 3 yard line, Burke i j., prevIfmsly mmpieted a forward ''.' iiumiij f a thlrt..flve ynr(1 en(1 run bv Ma - ' ,iPn , At..r-iit i rnni linn rtnrlte I ,,V, -,.i.i ,mt,,i (rH having pre iotisly completed a forward irtes iioiu iiuuun nir nvi-my j ,t Mt.rrtt's touchdown came qulrkly at tll fl'"h on 11 thlr,y ynl io,nI' hy !-Mngee. a completed forward pass. Mc- ' Donnell to Hellman. iMcnonm-11 then rr.i .,,.11., .,. vi,in,i h.,rn, r , " K'O"! POMit and the referee allowed inter ference. Jlerrltt, therefore, put the ball In play on Devens 1 yard lino. Watts iirmedtatcly driving through for the score. The lineup : Camp Devens (11) C.imp Merritt (7) Peelee . . (Left end . Kllnnor Davis. . . . Cnlib Martin. . . Trailer. . . Itynn .... Ku.ches . Malone. . . llurke. . . .Left tnckl" . . . Left guard . . , . . Centre . . . . . Illpht gunrd llllfht tnclde . . . Jtlleht end . . . . CuarterbJ.rk . Left halfback ... Mftore Jeffrey . . DicHerson ltosers . . Hellman .McDonn-U Leslie . . .How-land McOiy ..Hlllhouse Murulro. . Jllxht halfhack Unban Fullback Tivtihslntvn Tlurkrv M.iP'lirn. WllttB. I OouU fmm tou(h.ovnn Cobb, iiiiihauflr. suiwtitutp ramp Drvcn uram ft . ft"!". c.hff. 'rr,, .Vtcrr"" I.V'rzehmanfnr IH'nn.Vae.rts for "lies, ie Referee A. J. Ilooney. Umpire Dr. ' C A. Starkey. Linesman pat French, r"n' t'ertuds 10 minutes. SUNDAY SERVICE FOOTBALL. Cnmp Illx anil Henipstrnd fill m to Meet nt Khtictsj l'leld. Sunday football between firvlro elevens will bo Introduced at i:bbels Kleld on Sunday next. November. 17. when the eleven representing C.imi Blx ' will omiose tho team from thn Hemp- j stead nvlatlon camp Both teami will 1 1. mudo ini for tho most nart of nlavers ' who formerly wero identified with col - 1 . i. i .!. lt'K t:iueii3 ,.-.iiu ,ia ii.iu iuu benefit of competent coaching by college eUirs of other days. The Dlx team has been working out for tho pact four weeks, but Its schedulo hns been curtailed by tho Influenza epi demic. ( This Is rma of two service yames scheduled for ISbbets Field during tho week of November. 17. The other will be played on Saturday, November 13, between tho Cnmp Devens eleven nnd the nvlatlon team from Garden City. M0NTCLAIR ACADEMY WINS. Bent Bordrlitoivn In Football (in mo by 17 to O, For the filxth time this season, Mont rl.ilr Academy was victorious In football yesterday, heating Uordentown nt Mont dalr, 17 to 0. The star play wa.s a forward pass from Rtauffer to Caldwell, netting a gain of forty yards and a touchdown. The lineup: Monti lair tin. Uordentown tf. I Van Djkc Left end L. Villa I Minor L'fl tnckle ., Lsmhnrn Left guard... Van Vleck Centre Patterson IlUrht ruard., Fulle Hleht tackle.. Sesrears Hltht end... Caldwell Ouarterback. . Stauffer Ieft halfback. Cooper llisht halfback Snvder -. .Fullback. . Well Substitutions Pnrd-nlnwn Thnnns for Urkrn, Bench for Well. Montchilr-Yatt tor Kestears, Hrrrcra for Yolt, Abbott for Cald well. Ileferej Dtvld Arnislron, Columbia. Umpire W W. Kldcr, Williams. IJnesman O, Cavaliiro, New York Normal Time of quwtcrs-lCi and 13 minute. . . .lUIll I rihaverrl.i H. Parker hrvlne CROSS-COUNTRY RUN IS WON BY INCHES Hick and Snow of Lrasmus First Team Race Closely in Prospect Park. In one of the closest finishes seen In a schoolboy contest this season M. Hick of Erasmus Hall's first team yesterday 'defeated hlS'leam mate, T. Snow, by two feet In the Brooklyn Interscholastle i cross-country championship ruce over the threu nnd a'quartcr mile course In Prosnect Park. I The race from the start -was n duel be tween Hick nnd Snow. Kach took turns 'at setting the pace, and not once dur ing the contest was there more than a 'yard sepnrntlng the pair, nick won the tltln only because ho wan the stronger I of the two In the last desperate rtruggle jfor the tape. The pair raced neck and ineck In the lart 100 yards until nbout 1 five yards from the tape, when Snow al most collapsed. Although he did not tall, Snow had to bo assisted to the dressing room. The winner w.os clocked In IS minutes 07 2-5 seconds, -While Snow's time was only a filth of a second slower. ( J Parker Klrby of Poly Jrep finished third, nbout twenty-five yards behind Snow, and H. Alt of Knisnius Hall was rourtn, ten yards Dcninii ivimy. The lenm honors were won by Kra mus's first team, with the low tally of 21 points. I'oly Prep was second, with r,4. and Manual Training third, with r.G. Boys High -was next In line, with S3, and Erasmus's second team, tho only other team entert-fl, huh fifth, with 101. The order of flnlwh: Pos. Name and Club. Time 1 M. Ulck. Fr,imu Hall (lt team). IS -57 1 2 T. Snow. Era-nun .Hall (lit team) H:"3-C 3 P. Kerby. Poly Pri 19:12 4 H. Alt. Erasmus Hi'l Met learn) 1 3" 5 1. Elmer. Manual Trslnin? 1':I0 sJ. Merr. Krssmus Hill (1st team) 19:12 7 T. Miner. Erasmus 11.01 ilt team) 19:10 5 J. Ilrownlee. Erasmus Hall (1st temi) 19:54 9-W llnlllns. Erasmus Ha'.l (1st team) 19:C9 , r ii.i T..... ir. ,i it. 11-11. Th.-ire'r'.' Pnly l'rep 2i):M ! - L'nderwnod.' Manual Training 2V0.1 !'-" .''"" Manual Tralnlnp 20:10 . 19-L Cra! i -"' Kv i SZr Cur 15-J. llr ncUerhnri, Po y Prep 31 :T. . 19-L (irsbow. Manual Tralmnr 317 I 9-W Evans Manual Trainlnr ; a Mayld Eramus Hnll Cd tram).. ::ji7 , ;,K Clirt, Mannai Tralninr.... .. :t:15 . z--u. Kernell. I'nly Itcd 22:17 24 T Drcler. Poly Wep --Walters. Boys Huh j TEAM COMPETITION. f""' Ball (1st tram) 1 2 t 2J:M 22:li f- II 1 IS M 13 17- M 21 2.1- 3.1 21 2i 101 i 1 V'r I Ten 3 iJUanualTi Trainlnr . . S ID 11 Hoys llllth . . . . Erasmus Hall il team) H IS 12 U 21 MINEOLA TEAM BEATS BENSONHURST TARS iviators Roll Sailors in Dust AT r a Of Hf to U Lfereat. Somo of the dress of thejjefeat suf fered at tha hands of tho Camp Upton eleven at tTie Polo Grounds last Satur day were drowned by the Mlnoola. Avla tcrs' overwhelming 17 to 0 defeat of rtennnnhurat Xnval Bn.sn elevin on Roosevelt Pleld, Mineola, jesterda v. The Abators sifted through tho Bensonhurst defenco Uko water through a sieve. i Wllllaiu. the Bird Men's great lltllo halfback, thrilled th spectators with his iiruii.iiii -im nnu iii.mvcii, iirm ruui. imr- rans. Ncshlt, Todd and Potmbouof also played Milcndldly. Lellile, Kenny and Simberg did well r tho Sailors, but their Individual play for could not avail agiilnst the strong team Play of tha men from Mineola The lineup Mineola (I,). Hensonhurst 9) Glover . f.eft end . Kenny .Murphy Dorrans. . . Ulaln Callahan. . . Left tackln . Left guard rtntre .. si.i . .Median I ''."" ltlght guard ltfchVcklo MiviV",1: 1 ",onil"T. afternoon i.iul evening sessions, "tiShtemi f .::::Mc.KupJJ!ml ""'u,1r Montpciier n,ai: .luri.fu.. Neslilt... Todd... Quarterback poimboeur... i.ert hnirhack .. . .simberg 1 William du Pont for hackney ponies' arnr:"-!V !,nr,r8;, Wlt" ,,hrP0 champln i Touchdowns -Dorrans, Williams 3. Todd. I ar"' a lot ot other winners entered: I Oreene. l'nlniboeuf. Cioals from touch, i the Sandy Point Challenge Cun. nnntli downs Blaln 8 Substitutes Aviators: t500 prlio donated by Reginald C V Htuets for tlreene, Loch for Cover. Dur- 1 derhllt for the best hlirh ii,nu, yea for Iieb, J. V. Krost for Oress, It. I ,, ... . i nlgn btepper . . Frost fur Munsen. Foler for Frost. Jlnns- ceding H-I hands, and tho American flelil for Polmboeuf, B.Wards for Duryea, I'lnncr for Nesblt. Pinner for Nesblt. lleferee Lieut. Drla coll. Umpire l.leut. Cnrwnser Head linesman Lieut. LindKroe. Time of quar ters iv minuiea, ETHICAL CULTURE SCORES. nefon.s Colleu.nte School , p,. Inir BnsUetlmll dime, ail to 17. Tho Ethical Culture Hchool basketball team oiwntx! Itfl Season yesterday by de- fcatlng (ho Collegiate five at Uthlcal by 13 to it. i lie lineup : Bihlciil (3.'l). Cnllegtate (17). i Kurt. . ltlght forward Cook , H.'hlelnger... Left forward . ..Fredenburg LiTu."'" -'. Hln"'',l? lionntiie Marshall. Wllenchlck. . . . Left guard nwx Bunrit lonin McCaba Field goals Capt. Kurts Donllitla 4, KANSAS BllATS VALfiAIt, Pnii-Ant:i.ritiA. Nov 9. nocky Kansns proved too rugged a proposition for Benny Vnlgar at the Nntlonal A. A. At the end of six rounds Valgar was hold ing and ducking to avoid tho terrific on slaught which Knnsas carried to him. ...ini'Ml, I t..i.i .i , ,..i '... .... . i ...... ... NoaUe "'. -i V ." '." ' ii i . Hiiinue nun i W Vila ', Kunx 7, Cook r.. SulntltutlonHreCmn tnlher In VA for Schleslnger. Time of halves IS mtn. togetner in win lutes HefercHs Mr. Jnrdlno and Mr. compete ror Plnkham. there are IS With the opcnlnx of the National Horso' Show In 'Madison Square Garden nt 11 o'clock to-morrow morning the week's sporting events In aid of the fiill.wl War WnrXr I'nmnilcn FUlld Will bo officially nnd appropriately ushered In, For more than a thiol of a century ll.e Horso Show has been ono of the I most Important fixture of the sporting and social calendar. Tills year, hy tho patriotic ncllon of Its ofllcerH, who am paying every ex pense In connection with the exhibition, tho entire proceeds will go Into the com mon fund of tho Young Men's Christian Association, the Knights of Columbus, the Jewish Welfaie Board, the Salvation Army, the War Camp Community Ser vice Young Women's Christian Asso ciation nnd tho American Library Ser vice. Whllo every dollar received will go without deduction to this fund, visitors to the Horse Show will not be solicited for any additional aid. Last enr tho Horse Show earned f63.000 for the Bed Cross nnd this year .i Is hoped that $100,000 or more will bo reallivd for the new beneficiaries. Tho men who are malting possible till 100 per rent, benefit at tho (larden nre James Mclcnn. Judges William H. Moore,, Ilobcrt A. falrbalrn, Alfred U Mnclay, I. J. it. Muurllng, Edward T. Stotesbury, lglnald b. Vanderbllt, William tlu Pont, John IL Townsend and John Mcl. Bowman! 1 Women to Help Fund, Owners of fine horses In overy sec tion of the United Slates, from Masna riiuspus to urcgon, nave mown tneir appreciation and approval by making more than 1,100 entries. A committee of fifty prominent women Identified with tho various war relief organizations has been formed, with Mrs. Arthur Ise lln at Its head, to promote tho big bene fit, and the United States Government through tho War Department ni the National Railroad Administration hnn been cooperating In every way to make the Horso Show the brilliant success which now seems fully assured. Not In many years has there been so I ir:rn a sale of arena boxes In ml vance of tho show, nor have many new memberp Joined the Horse Show Club, which haei Its clubrooms In tho concert hall of the Garden. The martial spirit of the times will be much In evidence all through the Hors? Show, with !he horse of war always ,i central figure In the ring. Hidden by officers In khaki, gray or horizon blue, clnrgprs. troorers' mounts and Jumpers will compete every dny for such trophies of regimental fame as the Bercrford Challenge Cup. offered by Col. Lord DecloA of the Kngllsh army; thn Jockey Club Plate and the. ii-w British Remount Commission's Challenge Cup, donated by Ocn. Kir Charles Gunning and tjio other British army Ulcers who are In the UnlUd States htiving horye-. for the great war. Then there nre army entries for this broad Jump and the high Jmni, as well as the open classes for Jumpers, In which khnkl will vie with hunters' pink. Men In Service Invited. All rr.'en In the uniform of the army or navy of the T'nited Stnte or any cf our allies will be welcime guests of the National Hnrm Show Association nt every one of the tl-9 FeivIon each day during the exhibition, and the sol dier Is likely to be ns prominent on the promcpuili" and In tho arena boxes as he is In tho ring To-rnorrow will he the dav of tho novice horse, nearly ail clause for maiden harness horses, saddlo hnrFes, hunters and pnnles having been et for , decision on the opening day. Among these arc some of the most Interesting . competitions of the week, which will bring into tho limelight for the first j time n number of notable equine be:u ties which have long been held in ro senc for the great Garden show. I Twunty-three entries In one of the novice classes nnd twenty-two In another nnicate mat many rrsh horses of prom- nf!L,l" slEh,, Amo,,B, pti.cu- Hr fcaturc', "f the opening day's pro- I gramme nre the competitions for qunll- I'eu nunters ridden by women with thirteen entries and the Jumping roti t;st for offlcrrs' horses. In which the rrlze Is the William H. Moore Cup. Tuesday will be "Military Day," with the Hereford Challenge Cup, tho Oraf- ioii iirouu jump, tne class for mllltla mounts and the drill of tho mounted r""'" of the New York trnille squad ' a'ong the features of the programme. Contest for VnuderblK. in tne evening tho fourth mui r.nu. , Miuy in, iinni coniest ror tne Alfred CJ Vandnrbllt .Memorial fluid Cup will take p!noi with the rival four-in-hand irnnu I of Judge. Mooro and J. Campbell Thomn -kh lis competitors:. Judge Moore has won two less on this Jl.OOO trophy, nnd another victory would give him per- inaiiunt possession. AVednrsday has been officially deslg. tinted as "Hackney Day." No less thmi seventeen classes. In which thn Fniriii, I breed will compete, aro on the card for lenge, Cup, Hackney Horso Society's 11.000 Chnl hngo Cup for registered hackney four-in-hand teams. "Thoroughbred Day" Is Thursday, when tho Jockey Club Plate, the classes for thoroughbred saddle, horses and thoroughbred hunters and tho liidarlmr ! "llle Tnlry of the" Unite, !sZ (Government, among the exhibits, will ' bo ?' 8I"!"U1 lnterest to the patrons of nt D.n11ln.... til. . . I """"4' The Waldorf-Astoria Cun, tho Faiiah. n-Ballngh Cup for Irish hunters, tho Udo M. Flelshmnnn Cup for ladles' sad dlo horsen nnd the Commodore Cm for I liunterH shown over trlplo bars, are ! other events oi tho card. Tl, tin,.. Kl.nu, ...111 I which Is "Charnplonshlii Day." win. -,,, vim mi r nil. iv. :( j ners of tho week In iunter, harness, Ulier viassra will men como tneir respective dMslons to premier honors. u told, ! rlassns to bo Judged be tween to-morrow morning and Friday night. Ilrcetors of the National Horso S inw Association, Judges and n number of ,ronilnent exhibitors will tie the K4ests of Juhn M-'K Bowman ). -l:iy m n horso show breakfast, to ho held at tho Hotel lllltmorc at 12-30 o'rlock a juuu ironnv orrereii bv ' Chnrles Pores, holder of (he five and ten mile championships, carried the em blem of the Pclhnm Bay Naval Training Station to nit easy victory yesterday afternoon In the service cross-country run, held under the auspices of the Met ropolitan Association of tho A. A. U. nt Van Cortlandt Park. At the end of the six mile hill and dale chase Pores wan romping along leisurely ten yards In, front of Jimmy Hcnlgan, tho former Boston star, who Is now a soldlor nttached to Port Slpcum. Joe Nulty of the Fordham S. A. T. C. fin ished third, nearly a furlong further back. Pores sped over tho cexrJ In 33 minutes and IS seconds. Pores's tcammntcs finished close enough behind him to corral-the point trophy. Tho Pclham fcam finished first, third, fourth, fifth and sixth for tho low score of 19 points. Fordham finished second with f5, and Camp Rarltan, the only other) full team, scored C6. Otily twenty-six runners went to the post Fort S locum had entered two teams, but tlenlgnn and n husky fellow named Jim Savago were Its only repre sentatives to como forth to do battle. Henlgnn First to Lend. As In all long dlstanco runs, tho field went aligned land moved forward at n Blow pace. Buf before the first furlong had been covered Hcnlgan aped to the front. Once In corftmand he stepped along at a fast pace, and when the hill near the golf links was reached hr was leading by half a dozen yards, with Pores second and tho remainder of the field far back and sprung out In Indian flic. On the apex of the hill Hcnlgan was still In command, with Porea a closes second and Nulty third, and within stri'ting distance of the leader. But the Fordham lad was showing signs of distress. Ills stride wasi labored and it was apparent he was not the equal of thn two more renowned men In front of him. From then to tho finish It wa a two mini nffalr. Hcnlgan passed the judges the first time around ten yards ahead of Pores, with Nulty 200 yards back and leading tho remainder of the Held. Henigan made the first circuit In 1C :20. Porc-a Take Coniinnnd. Going up tho golf hill the second time. Henigan Increased his lead n trifle, nnd when he reached the flat was about twenty yards ahead of the national champion. With only one mile more to go Pores began to lengthen his stride nnd gain inpldly on the Boston soldier, nnd while comli.g down the hill on tho other side of the railroad tracks tool; command. Hnlf a mile from the finish Pores was about twenty yards ahead and running easily, whlln Henlgnn wan doing hit mlglitlest. By his effort Henigan cut Pores lead In half, but that was be causii the champion was not doing his best. Confident of victory, the cham pion slackened his pace until nt the end he was practically walking. After tho race It was discovered that the runners covered the collegiate course on the, first lap instead of the A. A. I". cuurse.vTho collegiate route Is less rugged Ih,in the A. A. U. course and about thirty seconds faster. The event was held for the benefit c the United War Work Fund. During the rae soldiers nnd sailors took up n collection and received many dona tions. The orderof the finish : Charles Pores. Pelhnm ' J. lienlgun, hurt Slocum J. Nulty. Kordham J. McS'abe. Pelham L. Kaufman, Pelham 1". Joyce, Pelhnm N. Ilroun, Pelham J. Tully. Fordham , J. Fuller. BRriinn C. Peters. H.irltiin .f. llellilr. Pelham , .f. Clnrgto, Pel ham B. Ames. Itnrllnn J. MnAuIey. Pelhnm L. Llod, Fordham J. (tnrvey, Fordham , .1. udlan, Fordham fl. heehan, Kordham T. O'Connor, Fordham J. Fleming, Hnrltan J. (!. Juenmnnn, lurltan Team Competition. Pelham llay I 3 I 11 ' 35 35-7 .ic :j .11 (" 3f il n' : J 3: 3S "I 3 3V fl 38-C (0 i: 40-.1 n :. . 41 t4 41 II 41 t: "i r. - I'Virdhnm 7 11 11 Camp llarltu.i 9 10 II 15- PAWLTNG BEATS HOTCHKISS. Closes Srasnn With .Senantloilill 72 Yard Itmi for Tiinrhilim n. Special newatrh to Tin hrv Pvwi.INtt, N Y, Nov p Paw lint; School's football team brought its s' i--son to n close heio to-dny with .1 i tory over tho llotrhklss S'linnl eleven by 7 to II. Barnwiill at left tackel ,k countcd for his team's final touchdown when he Intercepted a forward pass and raced seventj-two yards for a touch down. Iloylo kickc.1 tho goal. Th lineup: IAU-tinir ,?) Bolchklss hi. . .Lelt end Lincoln Fuller Harnwall. , . Ovmt Mitchell .. . Tompkins.. . Muehkvk. ... Swann Dnylo Adams.... '. . Kelser .... . ..Left t.icklo. . .Cruickshan . ..iu guard. . .. . . Ceiure.. . ..lUslil guanl . IUht end . .. ... Iilshl tackle . . I-'ft halfback . Hlcht hiilflMck. . ..Quarterback. . IVlll.nl Keklw.r' Irowbr d'e l'rowbn.lrt M't etie'l . Hi 'lira ly Spain Vnlllinli II . . .. ., .. H ., n n,i uwi, irijni !IU down lloyle. Referce-ilr. Walls. Tinu quarters 10 mlnutca ot PASSAIC TAKES LEAD. Bents IhiKlewtxid In North Jersey Foot ball Lrnjjue. Piwsalc High School football pUws won their fifth straight game jestcr.lay at Passaic and took the lead for thj Northern New Jersey Ititersrhid.'W Iwnsuo championship. They bt.it Ln Klowood High, 20 to 6. The lineup. I'hiuIa fVOl . . . UHSI.I1IIUJ lb .'ei enu . . . . LeiJo Left tackle.. Mayers Left guard. . . Fraaer Centre Lndlcr ltlght guard . :. a n llo,ui;i."i Vanhori e K a 1 2 .T-Pli r .Ftlikii.. .iiatnor ltlght tackle.. ffnilth ltlght end. . . I Uiisi-nbi-rg. . . quarterback . 1).. 1 . .Saund" s . Han It, Varsang- loouer i-it halfback 1'ires ltlght balfliailc 'rr rullbick . T ,nth,l,itU.,u. l.n....l.. n itprM c.i.oi. ....... ..,.r,..r.... Peres, Saur n - ir. r unaiiiuieH -i-assnlr Dlmun for P.nill. Slalf for Fsjihs). Paiian fur lutn. r. l.ipt i, ! for Ilinmn. njmnliii fn. u,..iii. , t, , Dlmun for llnili- l i. Wilcox for Campbell, 'smith fr iicux, Haxer fur Peres Englewoud Warden for Topper 1 I 'fVi. "A . ill