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12 ' EYENIKa LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, WEjDyBSD'AY. SEPTEAIBEB 30,' 1014.
PAQTHN RTJ A VF.Q' nTJF AT VTPTnRY TC. MOST STi
BRAVES' VICTORY
IS MOST NOTABLE
IN GAME'S ANNALS
IN THE HISTORY OF BASEBALL
Credit for Great Race Should
Be Divided Among Stal
lings, Evers, Maranville,
Tyler, Rudolph and James.
RECORD OF BRAVES'
TRIUMPHAL MARCH
Tos. W.
July IS s 35
July 19 7 3i5
July M t) 37
July 21 4 33
(Continued In fourth place),
Aug. 0
AU. 10
Aug. 11
Aug. 12
GO
2 SI
3 SI
2 fit
(Held second place),
2 59
Aur. 22
Aug. 23
AUK. 21 2
All. 23 2
Aug. 23 2
All,?. 27 3
Atlr. 2 3
Aug. 29 2
Aug. 3d 2
Aur. 3t 2
Sept. 1 . 2
2,-' 1
3 2
4 2
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
S9
S3
6)
60
60
60
62
63
63
63
63
63
66
67
6S
69
69
7 (a. m.)
"(p.m.)
8
Tied with Giants.
Since gaining the lend on September
S, when they defeated the Giants In
the docidlns game of a series In Bos
ton, the Braves have not been headed.
During the Ions ipurt from July IS to
September S, the Braves won 34 and
lost 10 Raines, and while at the top In
sole possession of the berth. h:ul
Rained 13 vlitories in IS Rames up to
yesterday. On July 6, when the Bravoc
were supposed to be anchored for the
season In last place, with 26 victories
and 40 defeats, the uplift movement
began with a double victory over the
Dodgers, and slnet that date the
Braves have won 6 and lost 16 games,
a percentage of ,7S4.
Having set a new mark for complete
levcrxnl ,,f f. rm, the Boston Braves ar
now prepared to rIvc battle to the Ath
letics for the world's baseball champion
ship. This National League club, wh-se
movements on the tleld have been directed
during Me last two years by George
StalllnRs. has unset precedent by making
the most rcmarkuble pennant run ever
recorded In the major league-.
Connie Mack once remarked that It took
Ave years to build up a winner. Stalling1?
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I U Waterloo -fVE BASEBALL WJR LORD
! NEWS FROM THE FRONT AS OBSERVED BY A STAFF ARTIST
HUNT CLUB RACES ,
SATURDAY ARE TO '
BE BEST YET HELD
Whitemarsh Valey Country
Club Plans Its, Eleventh
Annual Meeting to Be a
Record-maker.
ARMY-MYY6AME
NOW PROBABLY OFF
AFTER A DEADLOCK
Gridiron News Gleaned From Leading Colleges
Table
has demonstrated that it there arc any I secretary Ol War lnStfU
rules roRardins the development of a ir!- I ""
mental in Ending Negotia-
utnphnnt club, there are exceptions. II-i
has nnde the pennant prosnosticators of
the land luok foolish by coming to the
fore In an almost miraculous manner,
when It was Rcnerally forecasted that his
club would not llnish a Rood elshth.
"Thcie Tere a few. very few, who, prior
to the opr-nlnR of the National League,
averred that Slalhnes' men had a chance
to win the pennant.
The uestlon concerning the Boston
club's race to the HaR Is not "Saw you
have won It, nhat are you Roing to du ,
with It?" but "How did you do it?" Ju-i
iiow Is Indeed a matter that puzzles tho
baseball world. The simple answer, uf ,
course. Is that the Braves played tho
best ball In the National League. But i
what forces combined to bring about tint
ciinuitinn? Brl-tlv, thorp vri' i rm
sons: StdllliiRs. Kvers, Maranville, Jam?, j
Tyler and Itudolph.
BesinniiiR with the crack of the gun
on April 14 the Braves were off. But '
they were not off into tho lead. They r
soon dropped down and remained near
the small end of the percentape column
until after July IS. On that date Stall- j
lugs' team was beln glvon a daily '
tongue lashing by the verbose leader
Suddenly the team awoke. On July 21
the Braves had. thanks to the close '
RrouplnR of the other clubs, Jumped into i
fourth place From then until August 3
the Braves seemed to bp tnimovahle, but
on August 10 they went Into second place
It was just at this period of thp race
that McfJraw, who had been leadlnp, hap
pened to look bnck. He had to rub his
eyes twice before he believed he was
Razing on the Boston team.
Kven then no one seriously considered
the Bravs as a pennant possibility ex
cept Stalllngs and the Braves themselves
Apparently they knew then their power,
and It was partly this confidence that
helped them to wield It.
tions When Differences
Could Not Be Settled.
Training
Coach Brooke
Thought to Be a
Wise Move.
Idea of
at Penn
Very
WASHINGTON, D. C, Sept. JO.
Mr. Garrison, Secretary of War, yes
terday recommended to the West I'oint
athletic authorities that all negotiations
with Annapolis for the arrangement of
future football Rams he abandoned. This
action ended the unsuccessful attempts
of representatives of the two academies
to select a site for the Inter-servlce con
test. The Secretary of the Navy, Mr. Daniels,
and Mr. Garrison were appealed to to
settle this question. Both of them sided
with West I'oint, but tho Naval Academv
representatives refund to yield. Mr. Gar
rison then advii-ed West Point to call thi
negotiations off.
This dispute has now continued for sev
eral months, and there Is little question
that the deadlock and Mr. Garrison's
drastic recommendations wdl prevent any
game this yenr nnd even seriously
threaten the continuance of this yearly
contest on the Rrldlron between the Army
and the Vavy.
Th Navy now objected to this scheme
because 't discovered that Washington
has not the facilities to handle the game
nnd th. most Southern point which the
Navy could obtain would be Philadelphia
That would place the game everv other
year In New York and on the alternate
year ln Philadelphia. With such an ar
rangement the Nnvv would have bv far
the greater dlManeo to travel, would he
put to greater expnsp and would lose the
advantage in the R.ime which n short
Journey for the team gives.
PERSONAL TOUCHES IN SPORT
By EDWARD B. BUSHNELL
Disciplining lagging football players by
dropping them from a training table Is
something new In gridiron strategy. But
hereafter any man who partakes of the
carefully selected food at the Pennsyl
vania training table will have to play
football up to the standard set by Coach
George H. Biooke. This training table Is
to be an exclusive place, and a seat there
will be a seat of honor. Hleven players
found that out yesterday.
This Is distinctly a Pennsylvania Inno
vation, and tho idea is a good one. There
Is no ground for any of the men dropped
yesterday and sent back to their own
homes or boaidlng houses to get their
meals to feel that they have been unfairly
dealt with. Every player now knows that
he has set before him u standard of elll
clency which, if he maintains, will assure
him a place uf h-nor at the Quaker train
ing t lhle. Failure to meet It means that
he will be summai!l dropprd. Still there
will be no limit to the number of players
who may be at the table. As Captain
Journeay said, In commenting on tho
new rule, they would have W men at the
table if 50 mm could be found who meas
ured up to their standard.
Porhaps it was this drastic ruling on
the coach's part that put new life into
the Quaker eleven estcnlay. Anyhow,
the varsity regulais went at the scrubs
with more spirit thnn the have shown
any time this season. In 15 mluutt-s' time
the regulars took tho ball across tho
scrubs' goal line three times. Two of th
touchdowns weie made by Merrill and
the third by Av-ry. This big halfback
took a long forward pass from Irwin, who
replared Merrill at quarterback, and then
d ished 41 yards dow n the Held fur the
touchdown.
1 .,SymfSSi :t
1 "IMSriHttttUI i
All of the Big- College
Elevens Are Now in Hard
Training for the Important
Contests.
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LOCKE, STATE COLLEGE
Locke, formerly of Haverford Col
lege, is a lineman candidate on the
State College eleven.
K.itno with Fianltlln and Mondiall u
Saturday, although the l.ancastir colle
gians were beaten by I..-hlgh l-'-l. Frank
lin and Marshall has n heavy team this
yt.ir nnd one that has had a good bit
of piellmlnary work. 1'nder these cir
cumstances it ought to give the Quakers
quito as aood an argument tm did Gettys
burg. I'lUNCBToN. .N". J.. Sept. .10,-Wlth k'OJil,
bl.a.y football Wfnthor to Mvnr them J'rlnee
tn's foott.all varrlors were guen a hard
iiructU'e yi'iturday afternoon, whkn ended
wan
ra
minute
hardest practice of the year eterclay. the
varsity being on the ro for an hour without
i a let-up. To shifts were maile on the reg
ulars. It. Curtis taking Morgan's place nt left
tak!e and late in the scrimmage Swoetz",
lasr yenr's freshman captain, taking Trum
bull's plari, on tho other side. The second
Ipi.m, reinforced on defense by roache-3 Hl.w
dn and Hitchcock, offerer! much more reMi-
, ar.ee to the vurslty'a plays than Hates did last
Saturday.
ITHACA, Sept. SOrTho Cornell football
ramp was moved up to the new gridiron on
Alumni Field tract yesterday afternoon, and
for the remainder of the sein practice will
b. held there. The sanies will In plaed on
Percy Field, as the stadium which fa-e tho
rorth side of the new field la not yet finished.
Some of tho vanity men were a bit late n
reporting jeater.lay because of unlerity
schedules, but at ri-30 ihe Uam engaged In a
scrimmage with the scrubj, In which the var
slt went from mldricM for a touchdown,
ANN Altnon. Sept. no -Pupil Is pitted
at,almt teacher In the opening Michigan game
V'.lneidi, as t'oach llogle, of l)e p.iuw, was
a lineman under Yost lure for three 3 ears,
s-cmt.iI Mohican stars will bo on (he side
lines In the Hist gamp, !alt nt right half
Splawn at full and Watson at right tae'.lo
Inliig Kept out by Injuries. Yost is not ex
pecting any trouble, hiweier. despite the fan
that 11 I'auw held Indiana to a 1.1 to 11 score
I m Saiunlaj.
I I.ANCASTKIt, Pa., .ept. .'in -Paul Hvans.
.iilt ..-nd, nad his m'ck sprained n nrrlm
m.igi hrr lilt nleht. t'n.icr ordinary rlreum
miMccs he will b. able to be In the Pent
came. Captain Dlohl, back at the game, has
I ein put In at guard. Coach Mayser has dnni
this In order I" hae a man to break up f.u
r.i,rd passes. In this phjse of ihe game the
. learn uak especially cak at l.ehlKh StIiii
mnup last nlcht WR3 raeceil and flip vnrsliv
mad no consistent gains uealnst the it-coml
team.
SOt'TIl linTHI.r.Il'KM, Pa.. 5ept. sn. v
setback at thp start nurrid football prjetlei
at t.ehlgh yestenlay, when IP-ban. the star
lulfbaik, was Injured In a rush snd will ho
nut nf the garni for n few days. The line re-
iced cnnbi.ipranie acicmion. as file! tcer,ll
PEM WELCOMES
IRA BERTOLET
AS TRACK PflAN
Last Year's Central High
School Captain Will Be
Valuable as a Broad
Jumper.
rimmaire Tll.hot acdln I wv pnvs.whlrh will I, used agalnit the In
uipe.ircd at iumteri ark on the nrsii himI umns n .-11 1 ni-rua wis mn
ran the team In coo.l htyte, runsbb ring that
It was his tlrst s'rlmnmtfe In thnt position
Pennsylvarla Is not li'oklnB for an ensj CAMnmnclK. .-J.-pt w.- Haruinl ha I
ml hi l-
to centre fr.im right tackle, and Kltkpatrl. Ic
wtv. int In nt left end. IUIste.1. D.-Unev nnd
HI. hards are all thawing improvement on the
Inr and In the barkflcld.
There's two or three BUI Jameses loose.
The name's been put In gen'ral use by
guys with pltchln' wings. The Dill I
want to tell about, however, sort o"
stands right out, a kind of klnu 'mons
kings. He's one o' those three demon
guys who brought about the Boston rise
that's set the ol' league daft. His work
an" Rudolph's, Tyler's too, have sure
tirred up one fine young; stew arnon?
the baseball craft.
Bill made his bow a year ago an' bet.
tered fair, as rookies go. The Braves
were rotten, too.
I
the John Bull visitor look like a novice. I
Hoppe Is now leading; 1301 points to 597. '
We agree with Genres tlmt h v, i
fan has a kick coming when fighters
howl about an ounce or two, but whut
about "a tighter" George, when that man
is poorer by a hundred or two? Kid
Williams was a quarter of a pound over
weight the other night when he met
Kid Herman here, and It cost the Baltl.
more Kid Just $50 an ounce.
Talking about the Kid Wllllams-KId
Herman fight the other night. It is now
pretty well agreed that evsn rhimni..
But he developed fast. 1 fighters are not to be petted; nor are
this kid, an' when they pried the '!! lid
Bill showed 'em who was who Two runs
a game Is doln' well; sometimes the foe
don't get a smell when Dill Is on the
mound. He's good for eighteen frames a
week an" more, without a growl or
Eueak or other peevish sound.
They oughta call him coastwise Bill.
He played in Seattle until Qeorge Stall
tugs janked him East. An' California
was the place where pa an' ma first saw
tney to be allowed to "run the show
n sun tnemseives. Williams, as cham
pion, probabl figured he should be given
the preference as to the corner ho wont
ed. Herman didn't think so. That's how
tho fun started.
Organized baseball is truly neutral, and
that's why the Federals wcro denied a
cut of the world series pie.
Prtlv by Walter Trumbull, but prac.
tically by Scott-
Giants, rest! thy warfare o'er.
1 GutlB all thnill-hre nt tlr..lnn ,.... t.l
Bill's face an' spread his high chair i.rcom of battled fields nomore
feast Bight now Bill's only twenty-two. Davs of danger, niffhts of waking
He sure has lots o' time to do his star. here the fortress ? h ,""
rru --. ...-a !. -,.-, . . frfiE4
K
rln" specialty There's just a chance
he'll peter out. but credit one. write,
well-formed doubt to ol' man lied Mo
Uhee. A. SI. Corrlsan.
tjeorge K. Phalr, of the ?"ew Tork
American, is the author of the following'
bit of rhme:
It alwas makes a right fan howl.
And utter streaks of blue.
To hear a pair of fighters howl
About an ounce or two.
When Inman. Ungland's great billiard
player, secured a bl,: lead on Willie
Hoppe, the American, the followers who
weiu pcfcUd did not worry. However,
other not so well informed thought the
Yankee was outaUssed as he really was.
The secret of the matter, however, was
that Inman i)atd the English style of
same ami had the advantage over
Hoppe. Ye-tcrda when Hoppe played
the good old American way he made
the Braves
Stand amid the lair of learning
There a captured banner waves;
Vain now all regret of yearning.
Giants, rist; thy warfare o'er,
Pream of flghtins fields no more.
Qeorge Stalllngs. the "SUracle Sfan "
and his Bravei are to be congratulated
They hive beaten the Olants for the
honor of playing the world's series. Did
I hear ome one say "The worst Is jet
to cimt"?
"Penn's Vanity Crushed the Scrubs"
is the headline in a local paper. Strange
whst changes an- wrought In a day. Bvl
di i.tly that bit of heart-to-heart talk of
Oeorse Brooke's has gone home.
New Tork is to have a horse show after
all It was at first thought Impossible.
Phlladelphlans will be Interested no
doubt It Is to be held dutlns December.
LOCAL POLICEMEN
TO RUN MARKERS
IN RACE SATURDAY
Larry Nole, Charles Hesser,
James Denny, Harry
Fryckburg, John Harvey
and R. Warren Comprise
Squad.
Six representatives of the Philadelphia
JMice pt-partment track and field bquad
will go to Newark, X. J-. next Saturday
Hftornoon to take Prt in a cloteil une
mile relay race. In addition tn the closed
competition the local police athletes will
try their 'l'!' '" l,le IW-yard dash and
HQ..ya.rd run, open.
The one-mile lelay team Is sure to be
htard from tn the race, as the men have
been training ear-fully. Larry Xole
Charles Hosscr, James Denny and Harry
C Fryckburg will run In tho order
named. This team i considered to be
one of the fastest that has worn the
police colors In years.
John Harvey and Itutherford Warren
will compete in the open 110-yard run,
while Harry Kryckburg will try his speed
In the I0o.yard dash. The men are to
'enJo their latt bit of training tomorrow
afternoon on Franklin Field.
Hannrs Kolehmalneti, the woild's
greatest amateur distance runner, who
returned fiom his home In Finland hint
week, h?s begun training for au exten
sive winter campaign I'nder the caie
of Iawon Bobertson. coach of the Irish
American Athletic Club, of New York
city. tve. Is eolng throush light exercise
at Celtic Park.
BASEBALL CONDENSED
NATIONAI, LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
Itiiktun : ('lilciiirn, I
rittsliurtrli. Si New Vork. 2. . ,
Other ilulx not Mliedulrd.
TODAY'S GAMES.
llriMiklin nt I'liiludelphlu.
llritun nt New Vork (J jtame.
Oilier cluln not M-hedulrd.
TOMORROW'S GAMES.
!lriM)ii nt I'hllndi Iphla.
llii'.lcjll nt New Vork.
( Inrlmritl at HttsliurKli.
CLUB STANDING,
W I. I' r V. I. p r
11i.ktii " '' 'HI Phillies... n 7.1 .4IMI
New V.trk S'l .0 .'Ms Ilmnklril 71 7." ISH
St I.oul 77 CO .'.." I'ltlsb'gh n ML' .41S
Chicago. 7173 r.07 Cincinnati "S Si) 391
M.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
I.oiil.. i): Detroit. I
f leieluiicl. 10: C'lilrnsn. 1.
Oilier ilulia nut scheduled.
TODAY'S GAMES.
Mlilrtlch ut Mnshlnstnn.
Nr urU nt l!tn.
llrlrcill ut t. IjiiiIo.
(IiIiuko nt Drtrlund.
TOMORROW'S GAMES.
Athlrtlrh at tt usliliistiiu.
New Vork at lln.lon.
Detroit at St. I.diiU.
CLUB STANDING,
W I. V W I. PC
.Whirl lc.. ' ''! 16 Ht l.nuls l!S 7tl 402
Ilejton hR f.S fti'l I'hliign is SI 4"d
Wh"ton 77 70 .124 New York 07 Mi 4.V1
Ptroit. 77 7'.' S17'lvelanU 60 100.333
. FEDERAL LEAGUE
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
IlutTulu. II; liuima (ll. II (Ut eumr).
lliilTtilo, 4i Kau.j'. Clt), (1 (','d came,
H IniilnK. lulleill.
riilcasii. 7; llririkbn. I (H IiinlnRa, lalledl,
llultlmorr. Hi hi. IjhiI.. I.
rltttlMiriili. 3: Indlaiiapollt, 0.
TODAY'S GAMES.
Ilaltlniorr ut llrool.ljn.
1'Ht.burcli at llufTalu
M. I.uult ut ( hlrucn.
IndlanuiiulU-Kantui. ( ll (not Mhrdulrd).
cLUB STANDING.
W I. PC L PC
rhUI0 83 03 r.CU Brooklyn 72 71 50'1
Indta'p'lls W) 05 .",.-.2 Kan City 00 7& .458
lUltlmnre 77 S r.42 -ii U.nL 01 S3 -124
pi fr-i! . "" ii. ' -' ' ' ! "s si 41S
LANCASTER TO BE
SCENE OF ANNUAL
A. K. C. EXHIBITION
Show Tomorrow Will Prob
ably Be a Two-pointer.
The Entry List Now Num
bers Well Over 400.
The American Kennel Club show sched
uled at Lancaster, I'a., tomorrow will, in
all probability, be a two pointer. There
will be few entries from Philadelphia.
Sccret.tr Foley has announced that over
iiJ t-ntilcs have been recorded.
'il,. nntt., a .... .1.. .
vitti.ia aiu icji urn most part from
Lancaster, but several Philadelphia ex
hlbltors havo entered. Mrs. T. II. Hen
nott. of Collie fame, Is one, and she will
show Dr. Churlcs Hawkins' bloodhound,
Klugcrfat. Jr.
Another local lady will he present at
the ohow In the person of airs, J, J. mB.
Ira nertolet Is it welcome nddltlon to
tht Penn freshmen trad; squad. Last
year's Central Hlsh captain was by far
the best br.jad Jumper In the local schools,
the only athlete capable of (riving him
nny hind of a battle In this event helm;
youtiK Hough, of Gcorso School. Uertolet
Improved as the scholastic season wore
on, clearing over 21 feet with marked
r-su!nrlty. His best mark Is :'l feet 10
inches, made ubout a month ago, "Hud"
made quite a reputation last fall as a
member of tho Central Hlith eleven, but
has decided to contine hlmcelf solciy to
track athletics while at Pennsylvania.
Roman Catholic High School will again
be represented on the gridiron this sea
son nfter an nbsence of one yenr. The
material last fall proved too light from
which a representative eleven could be de
veloped, but brighter prospects are In
view this year. J. J. Greer, former Cath
olic University player, will coach tho
Mimd, which now numbers about 3j can
didates. The most promising of theso are
Panzullu, a member i,f lust year's West
Philadelphia High School .squad; Ulass
cott, of the basketball team; .McLaughlin,
Cunningham, Walsh, Clavln, guard of the
1012 team; .Mason, McCarthy, Qulnn,
.Smith, Hook, Allard, l'rlel, McCann,
Hunt and Dcltrlch,
BY THE VOLLEYER
William J. Clothier, the ono-tlme na
tlum.1 champion, who was a seinl-llnallst
at .Newport this year In tho all-comers'
championship, displayed Hashes of his
old form at the Huntingdon Valley Coun
try Club when he took part In the invita
tion challenge cup doubles competition.
Cioihler came through tho season with
an excellent record.
C. B. Jennings, of the Philadelphia
Cricket Club, Is Improving wonderfully
111 lawn tennis. Although not In tho class
with Clothier, Williams or Johnson ns a
toumament player, he has shown great
generalship on the court and has been a
competitor In the Interclub series for tho
St. Martin's organization.
Tennis players In West Philadelphia,
led by Percy W. Jones, have made uto
of the vacant lot nt 47th and Locust
streets, which measures 50x10) feet for
uii unci Mimic iciiniB. i no rarrngut Ten.
nls Club was In hack of the movement to
have the court artlllclally lighted and tho
venture proved successful. Hugene Webb
and 1). Adna Drown, Jr., both students
of Hnverfoid College, aro th'j Karragut
champions.
ROPED ARENA NOTES
"Johnnj" llurn, manager of "Joe" linrr.n
noted tn,laj tlui 1,1, proleie KOulfi ,rWl'
I i.Ve 'ii simple reuwn th.it lie had forbli.li n
his Ashler to da so. It iral) "Jnhnnt" uiir,.i
. to hat hlj man box for uro of w.lo. liter
, tin- inrnoteri of the hn rmn,i ,c-.. .,,','"'"
alue JlorreH'i erjlcf at mure than unil ,
(hero hliiKe.l the Ilurn kick llurns will not
a'low his man to battle for J100. l
The one redeeming reature of (he Fnirmn...,.
A. f chow la.i nlfht wa, the lndu0o.
iween "Johnn" l'iaia un.l iuck" lli.7r!
mine. Plaza was uh&tiiuler1
tr.m I.,.' .
V helm, of the l.attlehlj Jllchlian m,, ',,
iim,Mu i., 1,1 Urn., h.' .:.'.i "!1": ,n.' was
;.r:r... ...-fci .-:.::."" .,.'"', " ak
gins, who will bhow two St. Hernards minion from hli captain. KiVmmlnY ail iKfl
besides her crack-a-jack bullterrler. Vic- I 11.SPM. ''ufS? iiSfi,
tor 1'axon. Dr. M. Caiey Corkhlll, sec- I h fourth r'.und. In this ,crM, i'Uxa ian.i.i
.etary of the "oy D,S Fanciers Club. fhrte'ranrruVllmUr'8?
W,",?h,iW,.V.,JMf,f-. .MrV ae?rK,e, F; "aiBr- I n'Lut'emiufnwulos'r
uf West I'hllailelnbla. Iiqk ili.elil.'il tr n . ,...i.i .t.. n.h 7,u .2. , irong anl he
The eleventh nnnual rnco meeting 0f
mo nitvmarsn valley Hunt Club, to
bo run Saturday over the Krdcnh'elm
trn4k, will probably be the best scrlen
ever held nhoiit Philadelphia. Alt 0f
tho six events aro well filled, and an un
usual number of out-of-town entries"
especially in the stccplechnse events, will
require tho best of tho local horses to
kcop the honors In this city.
Tho most Important event of the day
for the Whitemarsh challenge cup, three
miles over tho regulation brush course,
will have two exceptionally strong en
tries In Conqueror, owned by A. J, ,v
Dcxereux, and Mo, owned by Churlcs
K. Hnrrlon, Jr., of Haltlmore. This 3
Conqueror's first year In tho rnclng Bame
nnd In his first three starts on tho Hell
mont Park track he finished third eaoh
time. Last Saturday at Belmont, now.
over, ho linlshcd llrst In the race for thfc
retribution cup, beating a Meld Includ
lug some of tho best steeplechase horse
In this country. Mo rnccs here for the
first time, hut comes with a big reputa
tion and has won many races this season
on various tracks.
In the flat rnces also their will ba
somo exciting events. Major E. n
Cassntt has entered some of the best of
hls strong, Including Flvlng Fnlry
Spearhead, Sand Bank and Springboard'
These horses have all been winning on
the big tracks during the current season
Archibald Knrklle has entered Holfday'
which won the six furlong race last yenr
when Spearhead was second. Phllln
Stevenson, of Long Island, will bring
over Liu! of Langdon nnd Charles Cream,
cr, also of Long Island, will enter another
horse new to local tracks, Miss Cava
naugh. Tho open steeplechase, a two and
a hnlf mile race over hunting country
Including various kinds of Jumps has
three especially good entries In Pagln
Kin nnd Wheel, owned by Victor C
Mather and Hopewell, an entry of
George Brooke, 3rd.
THE GOLFERS' AFTERMATH
The cnthu-lasm dlsplnjed by the memh.r.
of the HacMon Country' Club l man'fMtoJ
from thn number who turned out for the club
championship. So large was the throng that
ylnhcdto play thnt it was found nccesmry ta
dl'bVn s',l'cn" bcsl,le ,he championship
.Mnny urprljes were In store for the mem
hers of the OM York Hold Country Club In
their club championship toiirnnntent. ihe first
round of match Piny for which has already
teen eotnijlcle.1. Dr. Parry, the present ho",?
of the title has won the championship thr,
tlmos. nn.l In his encounter with Dr. Jtalor
t mes. Dr. Parry had to acknowledge .iefeat.
llnth were expected to reach the finals. Dr
J.ajrir. In turn, was ellminate.l from further
participation In the eccnt by Kdwln Steient
who looma up as the likely winner.
,,'n!,. u!nnln,if "' tho llerlellyn Cup at the
Iliml ngclon Valley Country Club last Patur
?."' . bl' ..,rf' J". "Filler, of the Merlon
i rleket club, brings before tha public n neir
rlgure In local championship circles and a
grlfer win will hnve to he reckoned with In
ihe future. Having tne.l the Joys of victory.
It I extremely tinlllielv thai Mrs. Tiller will
be ntlsllerl In future with any but the first
place And It mav be said In parsing that
In r' Is n golfer who knows her shots anl
I'1p ihem. Her shol with Iho wood and
Iron arc -UnUht and long, and were It not
r.'r her irintl.- peiforminccr on the green,
nt times li. would be n still more prominent
inctor. The latter fnult can bo overcome with
prn.'tlcc, and It 1 safe to nssume that llrs.
I iller I" aware of lur troubles and will en
.l.nor to correct them.
The final round nf mntcb play for the rhim
plon'hlp of the North Illlli Country Club will
bo contested on Saturday of this week nnd tha
nintch should he a corker. C. II Xlurrnv. the
present tltlehnlder. will hook up with B. II. St.
John, who Is nlso some golfer, nnd nobody
inn doubt thnt the event will he fought tn the
finish. Iloth won Ihrlr matches l.nt week by
about the mmo mnrgln. Murray wni (I up
and ." to play nnd Ft John wai 0 up and
to piny. But Ft. John will havo tn travel If
the form showed hv Murray Is anv criterion.
Murrnv went to "he turn In .12 and made th,
nxf four In It strokes-antl then the match
ended.
Tor a lenm mntch the one plived at th,
Sprlnghaven Country Club Inst R.itiirriay be
tween that rluh and tho Wllmlnston Countrr
Club was about the most exciting and most
closely contested that can be Imagined. There
wire .11 pairs engaged In the struggle,
and not until the crv last three matches were
concluded was It known thnt Sprlnghncn hd
come off with the lctory. The lalter reg's
ler"M wins In 27 imtthes and the golfers from
Delaware scored victories In 21 contests.
Und and will exhibit one of her English ' Tommj" Itllo beat Presion ainl?!," In i ho'
toys, lloothwyn Cecl.a. tuTVv.i.'nilnd'tui1,! i' fl'i
a number of lurd Mw. It was Itilev-i i ,.
J. V. Burton, Hatavla. III., secretary of thn way throush Preston smith , iSit
the Wibtern Beagle Club, announces that
the date of the trials at KIrksville
iiiiuixi ivi auu ciuiiiii- ir rna m hi...
.,i. .a i.i.i . .:: "'"."'". iio
M,. ... ,',7 . ".-." .w bcr. permission to box
0-. 'lorl" Munr. who run, a Loilni .A,. ?-
Il.illlm.ira n -. .. n 1 1 . ,.. . . - 111
' th I j '' ,tt.n? Hon ,n ery on, of
The Airedale Club, of Philadelphia, has ntteJmh'wurd' topped" "Ji'mray" s'i ulhn 'o?
b-cn forced to change tho date of Its big ' North Penn. In two round,, and lo the ooen.
event from November U to November S3. . xton in th. third rounl Uat "Johany"
KENNEL GOSSIP
C. II Phelps, of New Vork city, will
Judge the tilils of the Delaware Settor
end Pointer Club's sixth nnnual event,
which will h?gln on December ,3. Th
1-ost grounds obtainable nre being hired,
nnd due notice will be given ns to the
locality. H. B. Lyman, AVIImlnston,
Del.. N secretary of the club, nnd Is de
flrous of sending out nil Information and
entry forms required by prospective sup
porters. f
Xow that trade has begun between
this country and Iceland a breed of .logs
ns yet unknown to Americans generally
may be brought to the United Statu.
Tho Iceland dog bears a strong resem
blance to tho Samoyede or Siberian dog,
a comparatively small hut strong and
active dog. used both for sledge pur
poses and for stock tending and hunting.
The Continental Field Trial Club,
which holds Its trials at Wnynesboro, Oa-.
beginning on November 30. has received
n capital entry for Its twentieth nn
mini Derby Stnke. Klfty-four hlgh-claai
pupplos have been entered, of which II
nro English setters, 12 pointers and on
a wlro-halred pointer.
The skull of tho famous Anglo-American
bulldog champion. King Orry, Is to
be exhibited nt tho show of the Asso
ciated Specialty Clubs to be held at W
ninrck Garden, Chicago, on Friday, Oc
tober 9.
The Orange County Field Trial Club
will hold Its trials on October 9 on tn
pioperty of the Orange County wolf
Club Mlddletown, N. Y. It has been
decided to stake out Hungarian P"
ridges.
$1,813,337,60 for City Treasury
City Treasurer McCoach today pa'1
Into tho sinking fund 11,813.339.69, the
third quarterly payment from council'
munlc appropriations to the fund for In
terest and other charges on loans.
Werder Signs With Giants
Jacob Werder, a local boy. who has
played with the I.ogah Squares for th
last two seasons, will be given a try
out with the New York Giants next
spring. Werder. who Is an outnclder
and a heavy hitter, will go south with
the recruits.
White Marsh Races
Saturday, Oct. 3, at 2 P. M.
B STEL-'LECIIASES AND i FLAT HAC-
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