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THK SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBSR , lflt.
ADDACIODS IS FIRST.
IN THE MONTAGUE
Morton L. Schwartz's Colt
Makes Hurried Trip From
Laurel and Wins Stake.
DAD RIDES. IN TWO RACES
Kummer Hampers llannftll
and Fairbrother Errs on
DX IIBNBT V. KINO.
After a hurried trip from Laurel Au
dacious, the three-year-old chestnut ton
ef Star Shoot, belonging to Morton I
Bchwtrti. won the Montague Handicap,
the future of the card at the Jamaica
track yesterday afternoon. The oolt ar
Tired here at I o'clock yesterday morn
leg and didn't reach hit stable at Bel
mont Park until Just before noon. There
johnny Heatings, his trainer, gave him
a short "breexe" and his dinner and
shipped him to Jamaica for the Mon
tague, which was at six furlongs.
Because he had left the train only a
few hours and had competed In a mile
and a quarter on aaiuruay ai iuri
ke had few friends and was at the good
odd of 4 to V
In the stake he ran as If ha had been
training at the course for a fortnight.
Rs displayed tits usual great burst of
sett and stamina, and when Frank
Wetrw Ttta, which set the pace, faltered
la the hsmestreten ne came atoms- ana
rso by a length. To to took the second
sal ef the purse, a length 'In front of
Meters T. Wllsonw Hannibal.
Baanfeal ems probably the best bene
la tks race. This son or uiarrmeja wnion
Mel la nil race against Naturalist last
(Utarday erant away from the barrier
en tangled on and was poorly ridden
Tt Clarence Kummer, When the barrier
west op Kummer eraa not ready and
afar he could get his mount in mo-
Hon To to was speeding along three
lengths In front of him. Rounding the
turn Hannibal began to move up. He
gained a length In this ran. but entering
the homestretcn Kummer took mm to
th outside, although both Toto and Au-
eacloua, wwen were in rroni or nun, ran
almost to the middle of the track, leav
ing a big opening next to the rail. Why
Kummer did not take advantage of this
evening Is a mystery. IDs wide turn
eost Hannibal several lengths and prob
ably the race. When straightened out
for home the Wilson colt displayed a
grttt burst of speed and gained ground
wtlh every bound, but the stretch was
too ihort and the best he could do was
earn the third end of the puree.
Lonely Beats Juveniles.
Lonely, belonging to George Peterson,
wen the first event from a big field of
cheap Juveniles. He took the track at
the start and was never headed, to win
by four lengths.
In the second race War Note ran
(way from a big tie Id of cheap platers
ever the mile and seventy yard course.
After he had galloped to an easy vic
tory he was bid up from 1600 to $2,000.
Several horsemen had boosted him to
11,201). Then John Shaughnessy, his
owner, stopped the bidding by saying,
Lawrence Watarbury's Imported colt
8undlal :d won the third race. That ha
earned the purse was due to a bad ride
by Fairbrother on Tenons Bon. Tho
Jockey waited until too late to make
kU run and then tried to slip through on
ttie rail when the race was practically
over. Tenons Bon was much the best
and wouldi have won in a few more
strides. As he passed the Judges he was
only halt a length behind Sundial 24.
Bar One, the old plater fc;longIng to
Ro Rossacher, scored his second victory
of. the meeting In the fifth race. He fol
lowed the pace to the head of the home
stretch, where he went to the front and
von galloping by four lengths.
lagarmlnt Scores for W. It. Coe.
W. It Coe'A colors flashed home In
front In the last race. They were car
ried by Sugar-mint, a bay filly by Magic
and .Mint Blossom. Myers sent her to
the front as soon as the barrier went
119 end kept her stepping alcng In front
to the end. At the finish line she was
rcmplri half a doien lengths ahead of
Lady Wood. Feather was third.
ii It Thomas's Ricochet started In
this race. She had displayed a great
speed In her trial and the "Up" that
h was going to win passed around the
track all day. Practically every one
Present had heard about her fast work
and although she had never shown any
thing worth while In her previous races
was nude the favorite at the opening at
avert money. But Sugarmlnt had a host
of friends, too, and by post time she was
at I to 5 and so was Ricochet
J. A. McDonald has sold PIctor, the
tbreo-year-old colt, to Steve Judge for
U.000. Mr. McDonald bought the oolt
from George D. Wldener a few months
iso for ::.000. Since then Plextor has
started three times and won twice and
finished second. The purses were worth
more than he gave for the colt Mid. be
sides, he cashed good beta on him every
ttae he started. With part of the
15,000 he got for Pictor Mr. McDonald
bought Stepson from W, B. Cos and in
Ms colors stepson finished second yester
day la the second race.
WESLEYAN VARSITY SCORES.
Spieial DupalcA to Tan Sum.
MioaijrrowM, Conn., Oct. 8. Coach
Llston had a squad of more than forty
n the field at Wealeyan for the foot
ill practice this afternoon. He put
.the. first string men through one of the
hardut drills of the past two weeks.
The varsity made three touchdowns on
the scrub In quick order. Herman, a
former service man. served in the capac
ity ef acting captain on the appointment
w Dr. Edgar Fauver, the head coach.
The men will elect a permanent captain
wore the game Saturday afternoon.
Jflrrt lUcs Tw-iear-e1d; claiming i nllei
gwrtMJe. Ill) Uark Wot, 101 1 Pirate Me
. W: 'Bnckhorn It. ?1 'ralMa Dore,
XL'-."' Dl. 1I Tooeanet, Wl 'ea
n; Tiiue, les; Aiiiran, ioj; uceanna,
UtmA n.rtr.i... ..ji i ... '
faeoi Kinr.ear-old. and epwardl abont two
fi ii?,, .f": W'L'rbir4. 147t Oaqdlaate
"wi jo: ran. hi nnn.. lit, w. i
rLjT!0T,'u,i 1"! War tiob.'lll. . 1
fa.."?1 luce-iroiikip: twa.retr.olda i il .
JSTi'JL u 0'orteas. lilt nvho Csrea' 100! I
eZ?111."' 1CJ: Truly r.nral. 114: tSoart
ffiL.l unit. si liera mr, wit
Mirthi tcse't. A. tParr entry.
B,r,"ndtcan: tbrec-yearildal ess
i2. iai V"r: Oen Gone, 10T Oreetet.
Wle'.M 'rtn' Mi "'aIw' UB- l0"
i;5!i.J,a(?-Thr-rear oldai one mllei
ri n"-Tlirce-yMlds and upward ;
&J&fcnttl Ve'KJ're-Wl 'Routledire. lit;
trVuJ'A"' ldln Star, It4 1 ISter Hamp.
'aspras.tlee allowanee olalmo.
r7 "t.".' era, 1I Toransto, It, 111!
Jwoellte, uij Ctirdon. Uli Unrle John, Itl)
rSiJ'".?' n' O'Heore. l0 l3ola. 7;
uord rit,rtt. in: MoeH Oraiure. 100 1 Tie
by Kummer and Fairbrother
Long Runs Are Feature
Of Opening Football Tilts
Heat Docs Not Prevent Stars
From Making Spectacu
It wm hot last Saturday, dreadfully
not, when oolltgtate football rot Into
full awing throughout the land, and the
Play of most nf th ,, ...
Sorfl,n,f Nevertheless, many players
".roved the exhausting heat with sensa-
I tlonal long runs that featured the open-
In three Instances these long runs were
the Initial scores of the -contest and In
a, fourth inatanoe the snake danoe of a
single player resulted In the inn
down for his team. This was Frits 8htv-
wncKo enty-uiro yard dash through
Oberlln for Cornell's only touchdown.
The big Red team wan ltadlnar. IIaD.
at the lime, due to a field goal by the
same player earlier in the game, and the
touchdown came in quite handily for
Cornell. Those were the only scores
tnade against Oberlln, the final count
oeing s to Q.
Chit L Roche started Tale on Ita
winning way against Springfield College
with a twenty-three yard dash around
end, and Strublng, the Princeton star,
drew first blood for the Titers bv tit-
loping sixty yards through the Trinity
leera. urana or xais made a twenty
two yard run Into Springfield territory,
which did not culminate lo a touchdown
but which put the Blue in a nosltlon to
obtain 1U first marker shortly there
Thorn e Murphy of Tale got away for
a forty-five yards tor an apparent touch
down In the fourth'quartor. but the ball
was called back on account of a Blue In
fraction of the rules. Tale didn't need
the tally, anyhow, but Murphy .prob
ably regretted Ita loss.
Casey la LanT Rust.
In the Boston College-Harvard game
there ware no long runs for touchdowns,
but Eddie Casey grabbed a punt on hts
own goal line and raced well' past mid
field. Here the Crimson machine began
Ita attack and a touchdown resulted In
Beckett of Williams brought sorrow
to Sol Metzffer'a heart by opening the
WllllamaUnlon tilt with a seventy yard
dash for a score. Beckett's play was
probably the most brilliant of the day
and Instilled wonderful life into the Will
In the scramble down In Philadelphia,
In which Penn slaughtered Fenn Military'
College, 64 to 0, Hobey Light and Derr
got away for long runs for two of the
touchdowns. Had; the Quakers been
playing harder more Red and Blue play
era might havo registered long sprints,
but Penn was winning and the ticather
waa too hot for added essrtlcn.
Inadvertently, no doubt, a Now York
fcotball writer last Saturday referred to
tho Springfield College eleven as "Spring
field Training School, that traditional
punching bag for Eastern college
eleven- Herman Hlllebrand, athletla
manager of the Massachusetts Institu
tion, in an endctvor to correct th Im
pression, sent Tus Sun the following:
"Whllo Springfield College was de.
feated by the strong Dartmouth team,
40 to 0, on opening day, It was able
to hold Tale to 20 to 0 that same day.
In college football circles It Is recog
nized that a team never reaches the
height of Ita game until at least the
middle of the eeason and that changes
and experiments are necessary in the
"Inasmuch as Springfield has out
grown tho circle of smaller colleges. It
must resort to the largest and strongest
teams to fill its schedule for even the
preliminary gomes. This year's card Is
the heaviest In Uie history or tne insu-
hitfnn Annfalnlni, TnrtYwmith Vftln Hnr.
vard, West Point. Tufts, Hamilton, Holy
Cross ana Massachusetts Aggies.
"With such teams on the schedule It
Is only reasonable to Buppose that
Springfield muit experience her share of
defeats, especially in me eariy games.
However, we have grown out of the
"punching bag" class and feel n keen
regret that our work Is not recognised
as being on tne nign-piane upon wnicn
we have striven to keep It these many
Although Charlie Brlckley's profea
THE SUN'S RACING CHART.
JAMAICA RACETRACK Oct.
YZB8T' BAC19 Two-year-elds. Tire end s half fsrtoafs. Fnne, tMJ. Tlsu,
1:P7 t-i. Poal f.U. OS i.U. Start good. Won eaillr. Winner, b. L, by Van
TrooD Ieldor Owner ana irainrr,
Index. Horse. Wt. it
HI 'Imciy i i
WIS' lndlicretlon ... 107 T 1
HI lnrlnftritur .... 1M I T
1010 isetalnda JOT a i I
1030 'rorcclsitire ...HI 1 I
MM Sitter Helens... 1M 4 I
(1010) Edith K 104 t I
Ki Uackamore .... 101 I 'I
ootl) Ueavr Weapon, lit I t
Lonely had all tte speed sad won as the pltaaed.
IadsersMr piio np a ioi n arsaau.
dHVim HACE Thrft-rear-olds. Mile
1:46 4-e. At pdit IM. OR. 141. Winner, eh. a. by tlpulth
Maiden. Owner, JOHN 8UAUOUNBS8Y. Trainer, W. J, Spetrs,
. II t
, IK 1
. HI 4
. Ut I
. 1M 1
102S war ote ....
Itl Rehokea ,
1011 Aainnptlon ..
1014 Nanette Tlac
loll Hutr Trarli...
1(06 Courting Colors
47f Beauty Sleep,,.
KI Malice ,
W.r Nnta made a
, 10 II
. IIS I
, 111 t
, 107 It
how of bit company,
tepaoq always held lbs others ssfe.
TH1HD HACK Three-yesr-olda and
Porae, I1.4M. Trae. l:i5l-. Poat
Winner, Cu, r., UT BUCIWiur
Wl. St. U
. 103 4 J
. Ill 1 I
yx nun jimi t.
goohla Oatew'd lot
tt Wn!my it
taX) Xok nor .100 t 1 J .4 4 Aptl 4-1 8-t M
Son Dial aad a lot of rrorma tnrolni- for. home, .drew sway, birt was under a hard
Mrs at end. Tenona Bon wsa In s sood pojltlou all the way and had noesctue. Tel-
ley had to 'o to the outatde on home turn,
FOURTH HACB The Montaeue Kandleap Thrte-reer-oldi. Big fur k nil. tl.OCO
added. Tloie. l:lit-l. Port i:h.
rli, e., by star snoov noia uiti.
&d. Boree. Wl. St. U H.
MM Audatloue 1" 1 '
(w L'.':!h in i V I
in 'iicsuiia va r
ft piVrta. . " ... 101 1 I I
la.m tnd hthlnd Tate ta the
.-il.t.j ,h. i.n.r in (he drlre la the wire
it the en1. Hannibal made up a lot of ground In last ilxteenta.
-tnll FIFTH lUCB-Tnree-reaMlda and upward. Selling. lUIe ssd s aUteenta. Psrae,
Index. Ilorae. wt. S'
nnn nur OLe 114-
1VU 1'IKlur licnr.M. Al. "
10S Bella noberta., IOJ I
101T Ladr Ward .... t 1
C91 lllrLornut .... 108
U..r,. If4 S
liar One was eaaily Iwt. morod up fast
hid no vxoiim, llclle KrMrii ran ncr race
SIXTH RAOB-Two-rear-oW milrten
Purse, 11,414. Time, 1:01. Post, 4:67.
Ulesaora. l)rmr. W, n. WK, Trainer,
mi IV sj
Wood.... JOT 1
,A9i lV&lhep ....... 107 7
'sws imoenel IJ I
1011 rlorssln ...... 1M 4
113 May JJeberfa.,, t I
1MI Bark Home...., 101 10
BelgTan Queen. Ill I
'tn Loruit 3rl. 101 1
Ml Mlrlara AiUmi, 101 I
Hnrirmlnt had all Ihe speed and won as the
ethers. Featsei cloud fait tbreugh the sUstca.
K. of C. Scholarship
Awarded Tim Callaham
IM CALLAHAN, In whom the
Tale football team nave
"great expectation' this year.
was Informed yesterday that hs bad
won one of the servloo men s tree
scholarships from the Knights of
Columbus. Capt. Callahan, who waa
In the service during the war, en
tered the examinations held recently
tor the former service men who
sought scientific training. Ha held
hie own with the twoscore or more
mon, and according to William J.
MoQtnley, supreme secretary of tho
Knights, can enter the Sheffield Sci
entific School at Tale, which be will
Several other men who took the
entrance examinations with Calla
han have also been notified that they
are eligible because the Knights have
announced that every man who
passed successfully will be given a
alonal football team here In New York
met an unkind fate before It had even
a chance to get started, the "pro" game
In the West Is In a More thriving con
dition than ever before. Detroit has
been a centra of professional football
The Wolverine city Is the home of
the famous Herald team, and this fall
will house a newcomer, styled the All
Detroit Football Club. The team has on
Its roster many former Western college
stars and Intends to be a big factor In
the Western professional race.
Hard VmM ta West.
A bitter fight for honors In the West'
em Intercollegiate conference ta por
tended by the results of the opening
games last Saturday. Ohio, Michigan.
Wisconsin' and Minnesota especially
showed relentless driving attacks that
augur 111 for lines that must faoe these
Iowa showed great power in beating
Nebraska, while Chicago, Northwestern
and Illinois, which do not open until this
week, all expect to have strong teams.
This will make eight teams In the fight
tor conference honors. Indiana and Pur
due having eliminated themselves by
their disappointing showing last satur
BROW VARSITY SCORES.
Makes Four Touchdowns ta Lone
gsectal tjjlcA 10 Tsa Sen:
PnoYXDENca, R. I., Oct 8. -The Brown
regulars triumphed over the scrubs this
afternoon In a long scrimmage. They
scored four touchdowns and used the for
ward pass to advantage. Snmaon was
back again at the quarterback. Brisk.
Albright and Williams were used at ends
and showed the old time form they dis
played In 1317. Emery was used again
this afternoon, showing that hts ankle
is rounding Into shape.
Coaches Robinson, Whlttemore and
Hahn feel much encouraged with the
outlook for Saturday's gam with Cot
gate at Hamilton. Armstrong la still out
of the gams, but Brooks and Johnstone
are ready to play and will probably start
the game. Jemall, whose line plunging
has been a feature of both games so
far this season, starred again this after,
noon In the scrimmage.
LONG DRILL AT UNION.
Coaches Work Sanad Hard Trylaar
to Improve Backs.
Special Despatch to Tss Sun.
SciIK.vtCTADT, N. Y.. Oct. . Tho
Union football team had Its longest
scrimmage of the season this afternoon
and the coaches' were relentless In their
efforto to improve the Interference of the
backs as well as the tackling of the en
Capt Handley, centre rush, Is the
only player of former teams who Is
holding down a regular berth on the
varsity. The speed of the team has im
proved this week due to the driving
.-rtthod of the coaches and the cool
w lather. Hughes, the hurdler, came out
thfa week for the first time and Is be
ing groomed for a position in backfleld,
8. -Clear! track fast.
si. n. n,
-t 11 4-4
t l. M
Jt-1 II 1-1
1 M 41
-1 M 4-4
M tt M
7.1 H M
1 1-1 4-1
4-1 t-l 4-1
Indiscretion was tiring tut at ead.
and tsnnty yards,
Parse, fl.OL Time.
?'. Ho wan....,
.tl . 10-1
opened a blr gap and wen oB by blnuelt.
pan ub cxcu.
upward. Selllnr. Mile and seventy yards.
1:17. 00 1:11. Start toed. Wen drlThir.
o mwuhm. uiyw a nAlAunuui.
loaior a lot of ground; finlabed out alrong.
on i:. Jrt.oowoo mrinr. winner.
uwucr, m, ouinAai. xTamcr,
JL ,0fker' 8K
B Boiton 4-t
4 I Wer'er ......... ll-I M s-i
head of the ftreteh. where be mend sa and
Tola had nlentr of SDead. bat tired rlihl
r.. 4, by lUiltMj Btdoura
when called on end woo easily,
nine. selling, rite ana Heir fsrieng.
Off, 1:00. Winner, b. f., h
. n, Karnes, sun
pleased. Lady Wood mack the Ult of the
Mar Two Contests at the, Jamaica Track
TO YALE ELEVEN
Capt. Callahan and Eirkpat
rick Boturn to Iiinoup
BpttM D4fattk la Tbb Bob.
Nnr Havre, Conn., Oct t. Ytjr the
first tlmt this season Yale's probable
'vanity lineup worked out In a real
scrimmage. Captain Tim Callahan waa
on deck participating In his first tussle
since he p'layed aids of Black on the
letter's Newport Reserve All Star out
fit The line showed a great Improve
ment with the Captain at Ita oentre.
Aoosta. who has been snapping the ball
back during Callahan's absence, was
shifted to left guard, where he showed
up very well.
Klrkpairlck. substitute back In Itl.
returned to the game at right tackle
after an absence of a week due to a leg
injury. Leon Walker played the other
tackle. Fred Qraham and Babe Allen
played the wing positions together for
the first time. Graham had been out
for ten days because of an arm muscle
bruise but showed up fine to-day.
The coaches solved tho problem of'
speeding up the baokfleld very .logically
to-day by promoting Herble Kempton,
all freshman quarterback In UlOVfrom
the second team to the 'varsity, not as
quarterback but as right halfback.
The 'Varsity scored a touchdown and
goal against the second 'Varsity to-day.
Murphy threw a forward pass to La
Roche, who netted twenty yards on a
pretty run, bringing the ball to the sec
ond team's twenty yard line and line
plunging resulted in touchdown by
Jack French, freshman fullback In 11T,
who replaced Brad en for the artemoc.
Thorns Murphy kicked tho goal
Tho Varsity line was impregnable to
all scrub attempts at penetration this
axternoon. The second team waa held
for downs repeatedly and later tn the
afternoon against the first college team,
which was given the ball on the 'Var
sltya five yard tine; the "Varsity stood
up against the scrub mass plays and
yielded only two yards in four plays.
When the scrubs were given the ball
tn the centre of the field and open play
wa resorted to, the "varsity defence
waa penetrated by an excellent pats,
Qallard to Robinson, which netted 33
yards and a touchdown. Emit Jacques,
fullback) Charles Comerford, end, and
Mack Baldrldge, tackle, all of the 191
team, aided thq coaches to-day.
TEAM SHOWS SPEED
Varsity Men Rip Through
Scrubs in Scrimmage.
5pHal Dt4patc to Tss Bex,
Bostok, Oct I. -Harvard's football
team picked up speed to-day In Its mid.
week scrimmage against the scrubs by
ripping off three touchdowns, of which
Left Halfback Hamilton, who looked eo
gooa in the Boston College game, made
two. He played great football all the
afternoon. Tho scrubs made same head
way, but not much owing to the as
greslveness of the varsity line.
Clark and Brown, the guards, were
the only regulars who did very much
nara worn, nyen ana Desmond were on
the ends and Kane and Frothlngham at
tackles. Hubbard also got Into the game
again, 'and by Saturday should be ready
tor mi first game at left tackle. Eddie
Casey made a forty yard-run through a
broken field, leading up to one of the
scores, but he la playing only a little
each day Just enough to keep In shape.
sroeker, tne new guard, although a
machine gun bullet passed through both
legs, again handled himself well, but he
will have to be very good to oust either
Brown or Clark, who are handling them
selves splendidly on the middle line. Al.
though Felton ran the first team from
quarter to-day, Humphrey Is making
great strides, as u Cnurch in the boca;
SECRET PRACTICE AT COLGATE.
IUmoton, N. Y Oct 8. The Colgate
football team 'had secret practice this
afternoon preparing for the Brown
game. After short preliminaries of
ground work the equad was divided for
a scrimmage of forty-nve minutea
Frequent fumbling marred the general
play. Thero Is room for Improvement
In blocking and the end positions need
bolstering. The coaches laid stress on
these faults, realising Colgate roust de
velop advance season form to defeat
Brown Saturday. The Brown line is
composed of experienced players. Col
gate has several new men In Its line.
INDEXED JAMAICA ENTRIES.
PIHaT ItACZ-Three-iearilaa and eswardi
aeUlnr: alz lurlongai
iDaez. none. wi.
Uranium ,-, ill
St. Isidore , Ill
Rutb Strickland in
(M Brcamoor ill
411 Ninety Simplex HI
lull Tom Younc ill
49 Mumbo Jumbo Ill
440 PoUrana m
tittle M audio jm
1017 Babette ill
Nl Olerlne 1S
4H Penltney in
1004 Raconteur in
loll IUntrr i lit
111 (llelpn.r jn
SECOND RACK Four-rear-olda and un.
ward: dalmlnr: mile and a elito;ntJ:
ski Jack Mount , io
11 Tan II !. lai
nil' John I. Day m
Ml Pcerleas One , 101
1001 Oei M jm
(1017) Dsndr Dude HO
1011 Uttle Nearer Itl .
Ml Mis. Dirn 103
1011 P. O. Klnr;.,...,M.,...,.., ,.
1011 M1m Kruter. 107
1011 Trophy . im
THHtD 1IACI4 Tbree-yeaMlda and npwardl
Crescent Handicap i mil and a suexleri
Index. Horse. Wt
(1011) snapdraron ,11. ill
Ml Blllrrown , 107
(lot!) Woodtrap in
INI Sophia Oatevoed 100
(103) Albert x in
m War Machine IM
roURTH OACE-Two-yeer-oldat The Ren-
sea llaadleani 17,000; six .furloorei
10! i ytw Laddie ,
(1017) Head Oter Heels ut
sir naiaosore ,,,, , 09
111 Simpleton in
Hobey Baker IM
n Illirfm , uo
W Irish Dream no
lOW St Allan 101
FIFTH. nACB-Three-year-olda and uvwardi
naulensi sslllnr; mile sod seventy yardsi
ladn. Uorse. wt
1021 Indiscreet , M.. ,., 107
$ Sweet Tooth Ill
180 1 Bilifre ui
loll Tom Ton&c... ,, m
1"rtP1.".I,r - lM
10S4 Itallblrd , 104
1041 Mallco 107
1041 Assunptiea , js
SIXTH RACX-Twe year-oUsi flre turlenrat
Index. Uorse. wt.
1030" Ballbell .,. , nj
IM Simpleton 10
I7 War Map .....!"... 104
COM) Masbeil Dancer 114
III Irs Wllron 117
10M Rand lied Ill
7ir itiim uver uirai, 105
(' Irish fire am .
.v..- .msivivf ,,us
ivi, rsir Main .,,
10 BrIOn rlajer
! St. Allan, ,.,
Apprentice atlowtnes claimed.
Sport Events Tc-dWy.
ileace vs. Cincinnati In
biucne-n in eirmn game er wona
serif, start t p. M., Central time
(New York time 3 P. M.l.
RACING At .Jemalea tHKk, XiSOr.H.
9fttLD CUICUIT A lJtngten.
AiCATECR noXINGAl New Yet
Athletla Olnb, Silo P. M.l at Bn
sanhorat Yacht Clob, Bain Beach.
Also Gota Fiold Goal In Lively
"Workout With Tlpcr
tpidtl DupateK to Tas Hon.
PpwcirroN, N. J.. Oct 8. In an effort
to speed up the Tiger's attack to-day
Coach Roper gave his men their hardest
workout of the season.' Coach Roper
pitted the 'varsity against Coach Oen
nert's freshmen In a contest that par
took of al of the seriousness of a sched
uled geme. The varsity scored a touch
down and a field goal but the whirlwind
attack of the yearling backfleld time
and again drove through the varsity line
for substantial gains.
The 1928 men centered their attack on
the varsity guards and tackles, and with
QUroy as the main battering ram vlr
tually tore the first eleven's line to
shreds In the first few minutes of the
scrimmage. The varsity steadied when
about ten minutes of tho first fifteen
mlhute half wis over, but the first
strngbsoks found difficulty In breaking
through the line and the freshman ends
covered so well that the fast vareity
backs had no chances to get loose. With
a few moments of the first half left to
play, Strublng got near enough to drop
ovei a pretty goal, making the count
While the 1S23 team still showed a
stubborn defence In the second half,
Coach Tlopor Injected a new set of backs
Into the game and the varsity attack,
moving more smoothly, crashed through
for a touchdown and Strublng kicked
goal. Just as the game ended, Lourle
got free and ran 45 yards for a touch
down but was called back for going out
The game ended with the sore 10 to
0 In favor of the varsity. The showing
was disappointing, but served to point
out several weaknesses that will have
to be remedied before Saturday's game
PLENTY OF "PEP" IN
Both Ttamt Work Hard and
gpectal DetpalcA to Tss sex.
Ithaca, N. Y., Oct S. The Cornell
varsity squad npproached the peak of ft
week's hard practice this afternoon in a
long scrlmmago tn which the honors
were -fairly even, though Bhlverlck,
Shuler, Davles and Mayer, the varsity
backfleld. mads soma consistent gains
and chalked up one touchdown for the
The first team had nothing on the
second In this matter ef scoring, how
over, for It too, got a touchdown lifter
its backv, including Wahl, MsoKenxle
and Otney. frequently punctured the first
There was more pep and go to both
teams' work to-night than has been ex
hlb'ted this season. The squad Is In
much better condition than 1' was in the
warm days last week. Ragged form by
Individuals, offside play and uncertainty
in defence against the forward pass were
the unsatisfactory developments and It
la quite obvious that the team has a long
way to tro to be ready to meet Colgate
and Dartmouth on even terms.
The sh'ft at right halfback, where
Slayer rejoined the varsity, was the only
change of note to-day. CUacKenzle went
over to the second team and played an
other good gnme. The showing of Hor
rell at centre on the second team at
tracted attention. Frequent shifts were
made and practically all of the leading
candidates were given a thorough trial.
NIGHT WORK' AT SYRACUSE.
Sqnad Forced ta Work Through
Plays In Ojrm.
ttvcUt Dtoftttoh to Tax flow.
Stbacusw, Oct I. In order to have
the Syracuse University football players
know by heart all the formations that
are to be used against the Army at
West Tolnt on Saturday Coaches Mee-
han, Horr and Kallett had the squad of
first string players report after supper
in the gymnasium to-night and walk
through the plays.
The Orango has beaten the Army only
once, and that was nearly twenty years
ago, but the coaches ana players nave
their minds set on being on the long
end this fall.
The back fiold that will start has prac
tically been selected. It Is Ackley at
quarterback. Steele at left halfback.
Abbott at right nalfback and Bars ha
at fullback. This combination showed
uo well in the workout this afternoon.
Tbey made big gains against the fresh
man ana reserve learns in me long
scrimmage which was held behind closed
First Race .Purse. 11,4001 thrae-yar-otda
and upward: one and a sixteenth
mllei. Polka. Dot, DS; dourraond, 101;
Texas (eeoteJ, 101; Ladr Rachel. 1031
Salvo, 104i Culelka, 101: Brother MoLean.
101; wanoanna wosc its; nonoiuiu soy,
It J. '
Seoond Race Claiming; 11,100; three,
year-olds sod upward; maldena; one and
a sixteenth mllee. -Dials Olrl. 104 ; U1
ater Queen. 104: 'Prank Halloa, 107
lariat, 1071 Marl Rappold. 101; tarsal
Mots. Ill) Mad Mlloy llrliht. HI; Bob
Dakar, ll'l fee. Ill; ltameau. Ill;
utll. Uerehmoat Id. 11 Ii The Gallant. 111.
Alao ellslUlel Service Ilac. 112; Mather.
112; Mlsa Herrmann. 104; Thistle Deau,
111; Tftineen, it.; unay waioeca, ids.
Third Race Purse. 11.400; a rand Hotel
Handicap; two-year-olds: alx furlonss.
Travesty, 101; Lady In Black, 107; Bread
Stan, 1011 Kln1urn, 1011 Cllntonvtlle, 110
rrank W. Ill; Furbelow, 111; Valla
Park Maid. Ill: Claud Brown. Ill; An.
ion. Ill) Captain Mae, 111: Pesos Pen
nant, ill. Aiao eiiginiet rrna, ut; Here-!-
irounn nece vmiminsri si.ewi nree-year-olds
snd upward: Allies and mares;
ii furlsnra. WoodDlle. Ill alll Curel.
SO: 'Madras Olnsham, 09: Lidy Fair Her,
lei; 'L5oi&i, ni -oinums ivs! uuay
Luxury, 101; Sentimental. 104 1 Jap, 104 1
Brig ' War. Ill; Carrie Moore, 107;
Vada Belt. 101.
Ktflh llae Purs. 11.101 1 fonr-rear.
Ida snd upward! one mile. Snerlene, 100;
Hernia, ivs; or rs.ca, usi umnon, jis
Dr. Carmen, III; Brass, HI; Hoonlr, 111;
Sixth Rao Claiming; t,100; twe-yar.
M fllllaai six furlonsa Bseawlnr. 107t
Verdi Loon, 10T! Oleaeter. 107; Alula,
107; -miss i-arnsu, uv; viva, cuna, in;
Bulah F lilt Blue Jeans. Ill; Princess
Irfiu, lie; Kstaro, 111; Bounding ,Throush,
111; Accelerate, m. Also ollslblei Ruby.
107; CHanla. Ill; Pop Byes. Ill; Diamond
Olrt. Ill) Beneola, 111; Peigy C, 107.
Ssventh Raoe Clalmlngi pur, 11.100;
four.rear-eldai one mil and ene.elshth.
I.ucllU P.. 1011 Alexander, 101) Corydon.
101; James, 101; Rhrmer, 101; Kda
Herrmann, 110; Tour. Ill; Waterproof,
111; Old Den. Ill; Jiffy. Ill; oslus, 111:
M Olls.y, 111. Alao ellslblel Ch
Urown. 1011 Arravan, lll Conteetaat lilt
J. C. Stone, ill; Luoky R., 110; Teniae,
Apprentioe atlewaaees claknsd.
OH WATCH DEFEATS
Loads Homo Select Field, In
eluding Constancy, In tho
National at Laurel. '
Bftdal Dttpatc to Tbb Sob,
LABftH., Std Oct I. Oeorge W.
Loft's On Watch has developed into
one of the best two-year-olds In train
ing. He won the National hero this
afternoon from a inelect field of Juven
iles, Including Commander J. K. L.
Ross's Constancy and Harry Payne
So Impressive was his race that
thousands of racegoers-here proclaimed
him the best in tralnlngand second
only to Samuel Riddle's great Man o'
War, which has been retired for the
On Watch carried 114 pounds and
made his more famed opponents look
cheap. Kekay rode him perfectly. Ra!
Parr's Biases finished second and Con.
stancy was third. On Watch stepped
the six. furlongs against a strong wind
In the good time of 1:118-5.
The victory of On Watch was the
second of the day for Mr. Loft In the
first raoe his fast filly Qerm led home
n big field over the six furlong .route.
The summaries i
First Raoe Two-yarvolds; dx furlonrs:
Oerma. 107. (Kelaay). M, 11.70 and $2.10. won;
limerick Lass. U0 (Rice), 1:05 and 15.3).
second: Runnxven. 107 (J. McTarsart), W 3),
third. Time, 1:11 1-1. Firing Welshman,
Rlckaree, Wehew, Smart Oar, Rose of Rosea,
perertne ana Cuba also ran.
Second Race Fillies ami maidens; three-jrear-olds
and upward; selling; mil and a
sli teem Uit Qneen Dlonde, 107 (Obert), 131.10,
14 (0 and tl.10, won ; Jean of Arc, 104 (Itsmll.
ten), 170 and- It to. second : Padna, 17 CWldt),
11 to, third. Time. 1-.471-. Dlone, Snow
aneen. JscnetU. Katie Canal end Lady Iran
ThtrJ Rs-J Three-yesr-olda and upward;
dalmlnr; one mile Hank O'Day. Ill (Am
brosn). I1.M, I1IO and It), won; Valspar. HI
(Walls). 15.60 and tl.it, second i Wleest Fool,
100 (CalUbin), 11 W. third. Time, 1:1014.
Dalrymsn and Tbft rVsert also ran.
Fourth Race The National: two-ytar-otds;
Ix fuTlonn: On Watcb. 114 (Kelaay), Mo. 50.
17.70 and tl, won: Dlatee, in (Knapp), V.ii
snd 11.10. second; Constancy, 1:4 (Lotlua),
H.24, third. Time, HUM. Wlldslr and
Carmandale also ran.
Fifth Race Handicap; three-TMiNolda ; mllei
J)o,che,r Lace, 100 (flande), 11.10 and ont, won s
Csmouflear, 101 (Callahan), ont, second; Billet
Dsncer II., II (Dryer), set third. Time,
1:19 1-1. Only three started.
Sixth Raos Thrts-ysar-olds and up
ward; claiming; alx turlonssi Celto, 107
(Pierce), 111,40, It and I.I0, won; Sedan,
110 (Domlnlek), 11.40 and 11.40, second;
Louis V., 110 (Coltllettl), 11.10, third.
Time, 1:11 4-1, Rey cl Pleasanton,
Mother tn Law and Canae also ran.
Seventh Race Handicap: (or three-rear,
olds end upward; claiming; purse 11,111.11;
on mil and a quarter: Water War, 101
(Sand), 11.10, 14.40 end 11.10. first: Fairy
Prince, 101 (Callahan), 111.40 ana .o,
second; Le Dinosaur, 103 (Moore), 13.50,
third. Time, 1:01 t-l. Arbitrator and
rountsin Fay also ran.
SHUT IN ARMY TEAM.
Coaches fltve Kelly 911(71 Tryemt at
gpectsl Dares lea la Tss Sun.
West Point, N. Y Oct . The
Army's drive for the Syracuse battle
here Saturday continued this afternoon.
There was strenuous work for four
elevens, two scrimmages of twsnty-flve
minutes each being staged.
The shifting of players was continued
to-day, and It Is a safe prediction that
at least half of the positions on the team
which will face tho up State collegians
on Saturday are doubtful.
The battle for the pivotal' position
among Greene, Pltssr and Kelly has nar
rowed down to ths first Kelly was
shifted to end for a while to-day, He
1j fast and tackles well. White has not
yet returned to his wing position, due
Wllhlde Is gaining faster with ths
conches and la being used more consis
tently as quarterback of late. Gregory
piloted the big team for a short period
to-day, McQuarrle'a tackling has fallen
off this week. Bowman's punting to-day
MICHIGAN AGGIES WIN.
At East Lansing. Mich. The Mlohl
gan Aggies beat Albion here in football
to-day, 41 to 9.
LATONIA RESULTS. "
first Rao For thre-yaar-olda and up
ward) clalmlnsi purse 11,100; alx furlonsa:
Qrosn Gold, 111 (Moonsjr), II, I.10 and
11.10. ami John Jr., lot (Murray). 11.10
and 11.10. aecond; Say When. 100 (Doyle),
11.10. third. Tim. 1:11. Manokln. Ame
nta, 8andy Lad, Donald McUurk. Squseler,
Pa de Chance, Thtatl Green, Manranas
and Dials alao ran.
Second Race For two. year-olds;
maldena; pure 11.100; alx furlonrs: East
Indian. Ill (Shilling), 111, 111.40 and
17.10. first: Golden Dawn. 110 (Poole),
114.10 and 111.70. second: Prlnc Pal. Ill
(Willis), t.0. third. Time, 1:11. Sweep,
Jr., Keep. Naahotah, Nordeek, Iris, Mamie
O., aland Blam, Our Birthday and Mamie
ceny also ran.
Third RaceFor two.year-olds: colta
and geldings; clalmtng: puree 11.100; nix
runongs; oierung, 111 (34. uarneri, an. to,
11.40 and 11.40, first! Bobby Allen. Ill
(Shllllnx). 19.10 and 11.10. ascend: Horace
torch, 107 (Canfield), H.I0, third. Time,
lilt 1-1. Black Prince, Durfoj-ne. Mot.
Met em, St. oermain, nosier ana uiaex
Watcb II. alao ran.
Fourth Race For three-vear-old and
upward: purs H.IOOi on mil snd thre
sixteenths: Sway, 107 (Van Dunn), II,
11.40 ana sr. to, nrsii unaer rire, lai
(Mooney). 14.10 and II, second; Manager
Watte, 111 (J. Howard). ll-I. third. Time,
1:17 4-t Constantino and Pastourtau also
rirta ace itenoicapi jer mre-yar.
olda and upward; purs 11.100: ene mil
ana luri.nii w. ...
110.40, end 14,10, first; Wads P., 101
(Robinson), 14.10 and 11.70, second; War
Spirit 107 (Murray). I7.SO, third. Time
lilt. Oroond. nun Gold, Linden and Re
galo alio ran.
Sixth Race For three-year-oldi snd up
ward; claiming; puree 11.100: on mile end
a alxteentb: "Jack Straw. Ill (M. Gar.
nsr), II. so, 11.10 ana . nraii i-rinc not,
107 (Murray), 11,10 and 13.70, second;
Moss, 107 (Scott). 14.10, third. Jlme,
H47. Wllllsan. Lah Cochran, Thrill.
Parr, Whlppoorwlll. Elisabeth It, Gordon
Ruaasll. Darnley, Datchelor and Adalant
Seventh Rao For three.year-elds and
upward; olatmlnr: purse 11,100; on mil
ana a quariri unimof. w, innm.;,
10.10, 1110 and II, drat Walter H Pearea,
101 (Cntleld). 14 and (4, second: Kl Rey,
104 (Robinson), 13.70. third. Time. 2:05 4-0.
Paris Maid, Mistress Polly, Rookery snd
Red Start also ran.
LAST 3 DAYS
The $2000 Remsen
arvd 4 Othtr Crack Events
FIRST It ACE AT 3 HO P. M,
Special Race Train laav Penn, Sta
tion, aid Strand th Ave.lalso Flat.
iSo and a 'too 5pecti! 'cars1!??:
Csrted for Ladle. Oourso also reached
y Lax. Av. "L to 100th St., Ja-
maic. snono or srouey.
ifrsna tiymis jvju
HIOH WATER POR LOCAL ANGLERS
Sandy nook . Princess Jamaica Ray Governors Will! New"
ma. a,. Aje-r. AMfm
.... 7m sat s.-oa 935 saa oKia siir sao liiia 1114a oaa o
.... ;ji otd 50 6:15 oao pj 0:03 oar 11.01 iaat iom ions
yesoper 10. ... Sl4i 0.,0 B.M e.,4 0:,0
Ji .i-il i2 JP'ii
"v"wr i.iM.ivai au:u ivi iv:at u w
(Compiled by George A. Lawyer and Frank L. Earnsbaw.)
Opea Seaaena--Deer, bull moose (see ex
caption), Sept 1-Dec 11 (Exception. In
Labette. Ottawa. Ponttac and Temlscamlng
counties, Oct. lov. 10): caribous. 3ept. 1.
Jan. 11; her. Oct U.Jan. II; bear, Aug.
10-Jun 10; birch or swamp partridge,
Aont 1-Dec. 14; white purtrldc or ptar..
mlgan, Nov. 1-Jan. Hi waterfowl, rails,
co"Ji.'..fl',,t- t-Oec. 14; woodcock, jaoksnlp
or Wilson snip, black-ftreaated ahd golden
r V '"ise isee excepiions), upi,
-D0. 14. )0sentlAna In R.niv.nlii.a
Otape. Rtmouskl and Sexuenay counties,
Aug. It. Nov. 10: In dletrlcta adjacent to
tidewater, Sept l.Vov. 10.
Ne Open Season Cow moos, yeung of
oeer. moose and caribou. aIAmf Httntr.
iinming Ucenaes Non-realdenti Oen.
f' VI mbers of Incorporated hunt.
l!K,. VBbf ?.' Reeldent. It (net re.
oulred of resident British subject bunting
for own us); resident special. It (three
iV V . rlooi1 aau'nonai 10 limit).
Issued by Minister of Colonisation.
Uag Limit and l'omaaslon Tan At.
one. moose, two caribou In season; three
caribou and three deer under, special resi
dent license. Gam lawfully killed may
bj possessed until fifteen days after close
01 open aeaaoa.
wuo aau o( birch or npruc partridge
Good Catch at rire Island Inlet.
The fnllnwlnv n..mt. . tx. -
.. -. '.inn vjiud. j&y. iNeWK rx. u.
Oeamon. V. Hmith m. , . ...
K?.V'lr and the writer, found good port
with Capt. Ray Whlttaker at Fir Island
Inlet last Sunday. The total catch was
.?"" neiguing irom to 7H ids,
wiiwmn, uci. s. 11. fJEWKIKK.
Clnb Te Meet Next Sunday.
Cub Will be held next Sunday aflernoon
at Jordan's, ths Raunt. Thla will be the
last opportunity for the members to ece
i ! ,j ,n" C,UD "eiore he starts
Brooklyn,-Oct. I, Secretary.
Coed Fishing at Princess Bay.
Last Sunday we went out .to Prlnoees
",. ana came oacK laden
with lafaytttea end herrlnc. To any on
wno wants an ariernnAti nr. mnri r . n
well advtae them to co after herring. It's
"", ii n.i cu 1 approacn 10 sail water ny
flshlnr 1 hiv. v.t .M.n
just a utile chumming brought a school
stayed th rest of the day, some on the
Inside and eom outside. They would take
our bait at the top of th wstr. often
coming elean out In their rush ta set
th dainty morsels, and every fish w
caught broke watsr at least one. We
v. Mounu mi ddit. wn.r, rnv
..'J sinaeri ana a trout leader,
w.,Jn..!n,J, hook on slntl gut, but w
didn't bav any fly rods along, for whlcn
sorry. vo naa jigm oait rods,
as Wa were enetln tn r nra.b. k..
Ithough w didn't get any we weren't
. The herring are runnlnr fair elaad. from
10 to 11 Inches. Lafayette are also
numerous and eaey to catch, while oc-
snapper, croaser or weaxnsn
iir uw uopea lor. 11U1).
Manhattan. Oct. T.
Ling, Whiting and Hake Landed.
On board the Joe Plnkett last Sunday
fishing st tbe Lightship about 400 llnr.
whttlnr and hake were boated. Many of
hue om iimtirs wore aooara. LiucKy ueore
and Herman were th high hooka, with
;7 fish each. Th writer captured both
the 10 ent and quarter pools with a
larre 4 pound Ung. Many porpoises were
sighted with' their antics. I noticed a
movlns- object which nrnviui r. .
number of sea gull circling round eom
school of blues. Several aquld were
j . . "mm irip, nut non wer
boated. Th llnr and other fall flah ur
now wosklng northward and can b hooked
any day at Iho Hell Buoy or el the
w.in ii nnnur jion;.
THE MAN WITH THE LEATHER PANTS.
The Hudeon 15 Tears Ago and T-dy.
What ran be done to brlnir th striped
bsee beck to tbe Hudson nivr? When
I wa a youns man, about a quarter of a
century aro. I used to go up to the ''fiat
rock," lieth street and tho Hudson River,
and Invariably I could bring back three
or four or narhana a half Anwmn mtrtnA
baas. Th other day further up the Hud-
man jtiver 1 saw a nunared nahermen
ansllnr for striped bas end not a elnsle
fish Was caUSht that flnndav afturnnnn
What can be don ta brtnr the striped
New Tork. Oct I.
Surf Tort Casting Record.
Claud JS. Holsate, secretary of the
Association or surf Aniline Clubs, has
kept record of oaetlnr tournaments for
The oaattnr record show the record
for the lonrest alnxle cast was mad (it
John Shaw of the Long Island Casting
Club on May SC. 1111, at Grant City.
Btaten Island. Shaw's cost was 411 feet
and 1 Inches.
Th second longest single east, anv
arvnt, s or s ounce lead, was lit reet and
10 Inches, mads by J. Charles Bltngs
heusen. at Newark, N. J Noyember I,
Averace five casta, open field. 410 feet
and 4 1-5 inches, made by J. Charle
EHnrahausen, at Newark, N. J., November
Average fir casts, V-shaped court I
on rtren mm.
STEEL MOTOR VESSEL TO" THE
Dally, except Monday. I A. M.,.Dock foot
uctn Avenue, sneepsnead Hay.
niarttn. Blacks and rtlarlifl.h
eaves uunne-. Sheepshead
"r, iiiy exoepi atonaay,
,1 A. M.l Sunday. 7 A. m!
Capt. ARCHIE nOCKNKR.
.......... t,mu tn
WHITING. I.INO AND DLACKFIHII.
. oncepaneaa Bay Dally
'Capt. BILL STEPHEN'S. '
SEA BASS FLUKR.
at Bheepahead Dally I A 11
Bundar. 7 A. Ti.
Pinl fin m n .
a . m. pally.
1 P.M. Saturday
1 A. M Sunday
SEA UA88, FLUKE. RLACKFISH
MJ n 111 Bun - " A. M.: dally
eae ! A M except Monday.
gheepehead nay. Capt L. HARMS.
IS8, BLACKITSII AND FORdlM.
saiis every aay u 1 a g
Sunday I A M Sheepshead
Capt J. MARTIN.
Wreck Lead. 1:41
Wed. and Tburai
Capt. Oenrs W. Wilson.
SK- BASS AND rXCK.
isav oaii) a a. m.. Bandars
1 A. M.. from 8beph4
Bay. Capt ANTON LUNDT
dally, except Monday, i
o oi iuun r ui suri. 7 aTu
Virll ssi All II lsv Freeporl Thur.
EDITH M. III. rrly.Xi,MottwKS.
hoken. li A. M.i Batt.ry, 7 A. M.
"" crabs; bnAppkiw. lafavettes,
rOnill ES at DE COMNt'K'S, THE RAl'NT
JAMAICA HAY. TKU 1106 HAMMKU.
SEA PIQE0N orMA
rrank TUnmann. formerly et the M
ROSE n. II.
laavea Canarsi rrf
sy 11 1 a, a
CK and EllNST.
SBmRAL 10 A M.
sul rllARLlE. formerly of Sea Pi.
BASS AND ELACKFlSIt,
lamiwBV Sunday 4
A. U.: Dallr tils
Hammer Dock, Shpahe4-
i'aliAaik 'eavee Canarsi Dally xcs.
AMKHtrA U "r OoiT
AlVirilVlV'lulchaal KheaneheaS Ha
thr I lata leavee Canarsls dally, exo. Ua.
OU.tpiia and r,i. Capt. MCAVOT
Autberired Eidunge Dealers
Glidden Motor and Supply Co.,
NVut Mill t.
On Door East et Uroadwej.
FROM OOTODER 0 TO OCTOBER .
S:((l B:03 JT 134. .
??: J0:is liies Hoa iiai
liy iu:o 11:11 1:1s 1137 lla 12 3 1
prohibited until Oct. 1. 1110. flam. law.
fully taken may be sold from the third day
et open season to and Ineludlng the nf
taenia day 'after expiration et open sea
son. Licensed hotels, reatauranta, and
clubs may serve rame lawfully taken, ex
cept birch or apn.ee partridge. Sale 'of
cntsratory birds --ohlbltl during cloa
Bxpors -Expert f moose, caribou, and
deer -or parts thereof, prohibited xceet
Under permit Issued from Minister ef Col.
onlsatton (fee not to exceed III! else Un
der tags attached to non-resident license
not Inter than fifteen days after close of
season; export of minatory birds pro
hibited during close season.
I)y a Dominion order la council. It Is
unlawful to capture, take. Injure or mo
lest migratory 'game, migratory Insectlv.
erous, er ether mlsratory non-rame bird,
or to take. Injur, destroy, er moleat their
nesta or errs within the following areaet
A atrip of land ten feet In depth along the
cllft and the ellrr Itself on the north and
east sides of Bonareutur Island In the
county of Oasp; the Bird Hocks and a
on mil son surrounding the same; Perc
Rock and a en mil son surrounding Ilia
same, except that where the mainland I
distant less than one mile from Pefca
Rock, the shore of sueh mainland shall
constitute the boundary, of ths son.
nr 4 ounce lsad. Ill faat and I 1-1 Inches,
made by Howard Kala, at Asbury -ark,
N. J., August 11. 1117.
Distance accuracy, down (tralght line,
best average Bv easts. 111 feet and 7 4-4
Inche.' mad by Hewsrd Kaln, at Ocean
City, Auguat 11, HIT.
..Accuracy, nearest east to stake 140 fet
distance, Gus'Wolunan touching stake, at
Delmar, Auguat II, 1117.
Dest svoras five casts. 10 foot hue I
ounce lead. Ill f.t and I l-l Inches, mad
fill Clayton,- at Delmar, August II,
Beit average five caste, to foot lane. 4
ounee lead. IK feet and 1 3-t nche,
mads by William Sylvester, at Belmar,
Aurust II, till.
Ladles ertnts, lonrest slntl east of fiv,
Pn field, I or 4 ounee tead. :tl feet and
10 1.1 Inches, mad by Mrs. C T. Cooper,
at Belmar, Auguat II, 1111, Best average
fiv casts, open field, I or 4 ounee lend,
mad by Mrs. Cooper, asm place and date,
III ft and T Inches.'
Heossrtslai We! Down al Seed's.
Six tired and Jaded fishermen stretched
their weary lees and let their sunburned
!SeM.r?wn ? w1"- The feeble tight from
the oil lamp lent small charm and a large
ptotur ef fthr" meant nothing at th
end of a lyijg day of fishing, when th
fish were still "somewhere at ."
Rod; wer .tack.d, bait teed and boot
parked In th hall, and bt of all beds
lust overtired, but with Gu. In our mld.t,
w.w.,.!l ,or t or two and stories.
"Wll," eomplnlned Gu"t don't under,
stand It the hoi, the tide, th weather,
everything wa rlrht" '
' Except the flh." commented Tate.
"And thero wae plenty of weather."
Jdded Lenvltt. "I caught Waldo a Viet
to steal a swoater from a child.
,.A?d . passed the atatlnn. Calo
called that we looked like stuffed sau
sage In our llckers he's pretty funny at
'lm don't you think o7" Waldo asked
'!W11" J"v n,ha twelve hour and
walked three mile to dinner. 7 don't
think anybody's funny," groaned Holsate.
S . tired now that If a channel bne
-..' ke1"lJlf aHn". an'1 PPed on my
"''il d tell him tn keen welkin."
'That's how I feel about It; youv get
10 pag one tor me, a fish, not a vest'"
Tales remarked sleepily. "On fish table
hn!" '. ""rth whol .chool off tli
ooaet of Jersey,"
"I rather eusnected you knew their ad
dress." declared Leavltt
'Whyl-' and Yates bit
1 aw you dropping thm a line," and
then h asked aus to tell the story about
the high coat of blood worm.
i-An2-i?Jl. TLn,n.,J. cm" ,n drarelng my
leg; behind m. "I'v arransed for break-
ff.t.,"a,Va? V V wanl '"" 1 announced.
n... M7.i.that how wan it," nodded
now?" XWn "Wha' tlme ,
.'.il'KJfl-" I,n"'er.d. steering "my
eepy self toward th water cooler. "Th
tide's about making." t-
And lx tired and Jaded fisherman
picked up boots and tackle, yawned again
once around, and wearily hit the trail up
to the hayT No over the dunes to go
fiahtng again. n. J. OFF.
foreo-V Inlot. N. J October I.
ROD AND GUN.
Special lluelnes Maetlne to remedy
present flshine conditions.
ah iionvrinen ana lover of
fresh sea and fresh water
food and eport Invited.
United Anxler. league.
Thursday, Oct th, 1:10
P. M World Auditorium,
th floor. Those unabl
to com Join ua by send
ing 1, 10 for membership,
bulletin and pin to U. A.
-- ..uriii ouiinina;,
... A.r..-, 11 of UNO.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON L VK?
r Al ffllJ leaves av.rv Th.... Vr.
'"wn Fur.. lnii.Mi-.'.T."uJ.-.'
BLACKFISH 44 1 BASS AT LONG TiRANClI
lu3U3lil16 Ua beepsheadnSlr. T?iur'ii;
and Sun., I A. M.
WECIAL TRIP FR1DAVAT a?'
11 ITATfri.ll " lltAK'tra' r a'.TP" "! "
. -. v u V".! SBU Sn Aj 1.
Plenty BlnckfUb. Ung and IVIiltlng.
fi-"i. "f'P1 won., a,
"ln llro. DarS. ,
Dbeepshead Bar. '
Capt. U. MAltTl.V.
2 P. M. weekdays, tun, 1:1a,
Osborne Dock, w a t
gheephead Pay. Capt. BRTAV. '
Pteoty Gratis Blf ijetttPoTtW"'
Tel. 1111 Hammela. choa. Noabresv-'
Oooee Creak. Jamaica Bay. L.L
BEST 1VEAKFISHING IN TKARsC
Boegel's ha 11 launches with suldsa
110. Including shrimp. Tel. 1017 Canarsi.
STEEPLECHASE PIER C,W
Ling. Flounders and fflarkflah Now Hunn'la
leave foot of Ocean Ave..
1 0 A. a
Fishing I ackleaRO Bait
Dealer who e sot 11 lire bail ha ,.
words "tackl oaly" r "ae bait" tollewtas
jkUaliilA'rXaU. AND THE SEONX.
AL1U1 UuUrla, U Viarien su Tacxi ualr
AUmomble A Fitch. Mad. av. A 41 th. TUToaiv.
Sauiuaua. zzu eecooa sr., seer lllth at
Rswnana. Jom,,"l71 W. liitfc st
Becber. HI K. Mlh it. Tl. U error Hill
Brown' Ball Otpot 1147 Id av nr. m.l iT
Blachlnskj. SOU Third ar.. odd. usik ..
Coe. Alpheue, tl W. IX lb at. Tackl oalr
Conroy, Thoe. J., It John st Tackle only
Crook. J. B.. Ith av. and 41th at Tsesl. 0.1.
........ u 11 1 n ,e, wt .. 10 oarr.
Daresa, B. B. Co., Ill Rroadway. I Fr
D.T.aa. S. II. Co.. 406 Uruadwar. S Waiai
gavega. 8, B- Co.. II Cortlandt st I llelt.
Irkee, 441 W. 10th st (A. Dory, prop.). In.
Ihitll. Jobs, ta VT. Ud at Tel. 4(4 Ilrraat
FwHs. UWli First sr. Tel. oil Orchard. Bait
Clloeobers, Mil Ith St.. 1MU st Mora'sd MrC
Gross, tM7 Id .. nr. lhl.st. Hec,lnnd tackl.
Gross, ith v. snd 14th st. Second band taiAla
Hlrsch, U. SO. Arnatvlm av.. l 0th at. Tsa.
HocbiTaf. P.. S07 g. 14th st Tel.Vanderbilt M4.
Jan-, till Anist'dra ar. Tsckl sad bait. Tel.
Kellermis. lOOO 14 sr., UOth at. Tel. Msl. IMs!
asine. as. aa. iwwi.aj, aacxie only
Kingston, 1491 Fulton st 7 Kit ltedford. nnpatr'i
XlrtUBd's, 04 rhsmhers t Tackle A Uelrranl.-aT
LsiarnJ.soi, tie a..iui..o oaii.riaaier..iel.rSa
alrtmiiolltan Hdw, Co., Chuich and Wit; at .7
Hudaea Terminal, Hrsi d Central. No oilt.
Villa. Vfm. A Son. II J'srk PI. Tel. BVIit sen.
Ofllvy, R. C.. 7 Chseaoer ei. Hn heJt.
1 . A at. 1H av.H.alM. UM it...
Pap. B. A H., 74 Id sr.. "lst. Tel, IN Hlaaal
raittrson, Gottfried, llontir.lTI Fat st.No bait.
HlECOld,b..lll Ith v.,cor nth st Tkl. A bait.
Robtrts, L See. II. Wash's atkt 11M Cort. Dalt
axinvarlln. ajaiT al uajes. sm-4 IlrMWIaiay
akbnjiach A Son. toll M av.,opp. lUib st. nalt
theMermnV.C.,tlCbsniberBt Tackle onlr.
Btoenbrck. H., lie M sv. Tockl snd bait
im uor n. us rnnon si. tski enly.
wdros, W.. tl Flret av. Tirkla sad hut,
lx,0.,ibd- era be. 170 lst ev.,u,10th. tan Oru,
Abrahan 4 Htraoa, Fulton at Tackle oaly.
ronton, A., Ml Grand st. Tel. 1011 Stars
Doeeln Co.. Ml Liberty ar ar. Schearw
Jehasoa. P.. 5 W!. a.- ,snrea
liaratera. J.,r-4,M.0?1?? & .Tel. a Mai..
Mlrbaetsoa. II. H..l4 Bedford av. Tacalel
Mlrhselsen, 14. U. Ill Broadwar. Tekl only
MuUcr. O., Ml Wyrkoff av. Tel. nil Hrerea
Morris, A.,1717 Fulton it. Raid av. IStt Bedford
Tiocper, M. W., 777 Woodward v. Tackl out.
lAiil, 15 FlatMa ar. Tel. 7911 Rtarllns.
scnerucr. r . . 1. 1 niriw a., ibi. 1.1 isrer-..
lift.. !'l FlMe .v. Tel. Mil Stars.
SnniniT. U.17I1 AHsnMc sv Tl ".. V
ToattrletW, 1W VyHV v Tel. 4171-W n'wi..
HBWAiUt ANV OUT OJ? Tt?W.
Plreard, a. Rank tt.. Newark. ,m V-K .:t
I.lralnr,fl Ferry st.Kswsrk. Rait TVI. m Mkt,
tweeht B.. UIU UsattosMry u Jereay as.