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Set Down for Performance Performanceon PerforinaiiceonTonimy
on onTonimy Tommy Waddell WaddellREFERRED W3dlellREFERRED WathiellREPPR1UFID
Mike JIU Clnirys Sprinter Twice Tnlseii TnlseiiUncle Tnlocmnncl Tnkenflack
Uncle ami Ilia Chances of Victory VictorySpoiled VIctorySpollctlRyc VictorySpofleilRyc
Spoiled SpollctlRyc Uye Come to Life I Ire nnd nndWins nndJnN ondWins
Wins JnN the GownnnK Slake Stnl c from fromJacobite fromJncoblte fromJacobitc
Jacobite the Favorite FavoriteNew lrnorltew FavoriteNew
New ew York Oct 3J Jockey ckejr Herman HermanRadtke HerntllftRadtke HerMafladtke
Radtke who last winter was wa M considered consideredthe eoMId conk1edthe nm nmthe
the equal of Miller the premier rider of ofihe otthe
the 1 he feastern E shrn turf had his license 1ICfl stw 8081mded U Uionded
1 1mded ended this LhI afternoon by the steward of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the meeting for what they term a crim criminal cr1mthai dm dminal ¬
inal ride an Tommy Tommy Waddell Mike Mikedairys MIkeClairys MikeIairy
dairys Iairy good sprinter Waddell was wR the theyecond theHcond theceond
yecond choice in the handicap the third thirdrace third1CO thirdrxco
race 1CO on the th card and in hIs last race at atUeimont atlklmont atl3dmont
Ueimont Park Saturday he led a Held of ofhighclass ofighclass ofiughcthss
highclass horses for more than a aToday mile mileToday mileroda
Today roda WaddeH was wa taken back by byKadtkc byHadtke byRtdtke
Kadtkc as soon as a the barrier was sprung sprungand IIpruDSmd sprungand
and the boy kept him in last position until untilthe untilt untilthe
the t be horses bor es were straightened out in I the theretch th thrcteb
1 retch Waddell ran all over his flW flWthe ftftJdin fkIdfl
in fl the next sixteenth and ud looked 1 Okd to be in ina inn iiin
n position to give the winner an ii iiIhent argu argument argument ¬
ment when Radtke again took him back backand bttcknd becknd
and nd kept him there the horse finishing finishingjust 11aifIhlRbju flU1hI flU1hIjust
just ju t outside the money The betds be betxMg Jndl Jndliatcd JodlI ndI ndItated
iatcd Just where the horse would flnteh flntehund Anl8hInd ftnihind
I Ind a clique kept hunching the price on onVaddelI onaddell OnWaddell
Waddell addell from the time the dds were werefsrst weret weretust
fsrst t rst posted and took all that was U ee ee1c1 Of1ezed f flered
lered 1c1 d The stewards of the meeting fteeUft re relerreJ re reerrel relezrea
lerreJ Radtkes case to the Jockey Club Clubwhich Clubhleh Clubnh1ch
which hleh will ill act upon it next n t week weekRyn weekRe WOOkRye
Rye Beats Jncobltc JncobltcChristie JncobltcChntle Jn obltc obltcCizristk
Christie Sullivan Rye well played by bylis byus
1 lis is owner and friends at It to 1 came camesuddenly cameluJdenlv cameuJden1y
suddenly to life in the Gowanus Stakes Stakesfor Sakesfr Stakesfr
fr platers plat r at six furlongs winning wtanln easily easilyby eaall easilyby
by 1 a length 1rth and a half With Miller up upRye upRyc upItyc
Rye Who had been badly beaten in sev several sevcral soyra ¬
eral ra races was generally HraU7 passed pesse up as the thesmart thesmart thesmart
smart people took either E R R Thomas ThomasJacobtt ThomasTacobltp ThOm8JacobIti
Jacobtt n to M I favorite or Frank J JFurrells JFarrells J JFtrreIls
Furrells Keator IS I to 5 5 second II choice choiceKtators eh choiceIators lce lceKtators
Ktators chances were killed by a ragged raggedstart ra raggedstart ed edstrrrt
start Miller got t off In good shape with withRyp v1tlHyc with1y
Ryp 1y who whosbowed showed all of his old speed speedand s smul speedanl
and came home swinging with Jacobite Taeo Ue In Inthe Intlfo infib
the place a length and a half before Wes Weslo Vest VestoJ
lo 1 to 1 The time was 11125 11125Garnish 113 5 5Garnl5b 5Garnish
Garnish M i to 5 5 third choice ran ra a aline atine a1ne
line race In the event which got Radtke Radtkein Badtkin
in i in f trouble t Koerner K took him to the front frontin flOlltin froatIn
in the middle of the back stretch the theRapallo tMRapallo theRapalla
Rapallo horse with top weight wd t t1lom breezing breezingLoir breeata breeataon
Loir on thereafter beating DeaUa Delphle by b a aiouple atouple aouple
iouple of lengths In 1 141 S5 Cressina Cressinato CreIM CreIMr
r r to 2 favorite was w wa two tw lengths leosthsjust back backjust heckjust
just beating bNtin Tommy Wmsdell 13 to toby i iby i ibv
by a aJil nose noseJack noisJack
Jack Jil k Bennetts1 Bennett Macy jr 7 to 6 favorite favoritewas favoriteas favo1tewas
was as much the best In the second race for forplaters fOrrla18 forplaters
platers at a mile and a sixteenth coming comingt cmnIn cmnIntu
t tu > the judges j ea on the bit with four lengths lengthsto ength engthto
to spare pare in lttSfc 1J8 Ii 4 Columbia Girl I t tel telwas to i iwas L LWas
was second three lengths before Johns Johnstown Tob Tobtwn Johnstwn ¬
twn 48 to 1 with Delmore Dd 30 O to 1 1 1 a aneck anck aneck
neck put ut of the money moneyJockeys monpyJockeys monyJockeys
Jockeys Miller and Korner did the riding ridinghonors r1dI r1dI1llmon rSd1n rSd1nionors
honors ionors each landing 1andi two winners winnersSummitry wtnnersSunnnnr winnersSummary
Summitry Sunnnnr of the Event EventFIRST EentMFIRST EventsFIRST
FIRST RAXHEltokdieap R2CEi4s4 for ferf1lrloup tamyourelda twosmre six stefurlongs sixfirIoit
furlongs Main Iin Cksace 11 nt UoaMrJ Keener < t 1 1thid waw wawiH WWAtald
tald iH UK J I Hiaaumy R C to 1 aeeoad DsuwNa DsuwNaIi2
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uiiward one and oneBiteeath daoes idles 1hs lUey Iscy Jr Jr9J Jrt43
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In ThIn I > istn n > I to S 5 eeood Jotestown tt Drafette N Nf
f 1 n 1 1 third one 1 141 M 3 Ddaaaie DesrrA1Wa51fl Cadfckaa CadfckaaAiuassin CIIdIdiIGalHl1S1
Aiuassin lHl1S1 1 and Nellie 1Iie Born also ran ranTHIRD raILTHIRO rsnTHIU
THIRD RACBHaadfcap for all a ea one and andntdxtcflrth lidntos eMnt
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KBSUIrS AT I VTO4VIA IA itqoxitIncinnati VTO4VIACinchutati TOl I Iincmti
Cinchutati Oct 28 Fa Faltes erkes were beat beatri 1Matin beatcp
ri in four of the six race nteM here today todaySummary teda tedalImmaJT todayp
Summary SummaryFIRST lImmaJT lImmaJTfIKST p immaryFIRST
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1 to 3 and cot Gat m Crafty 1 to I L atccad d The TheMn l1iIeldfft Thepn
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Third raceSelHas JI raceSeIha SelliDr ire and onehalf crimp f1IrVattttl1 turioapaVatethrr crimpVvaterUin
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Mimrt Iflnrt 119 Athlete tIlW lit 12 Bryan Ill Monterey XeftfIJ1AIPODl Mt Mtlnmona isPlnmoott
lnmona Flush 102 102Sixth IG2 IG2Sixth liiSixth
Sixth racy ta taelIIug Selling Ilinc one and oaw esedxteanth dxteartfc adios IiIiJesJobA adiosJohn HflesJohn
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John J I nrtI errs LitckenNK Ll1Ckenlllek Lord Pfte PIlle Prince Kor Kortuiiataa JoOItuutaa Fcittuiatus
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Itnskctlmll League Starts Tonight TonightThe TonIghtThe Tonightlhe
The Washington City BasketbarLeague Daaket
League T tague will start the season this evening eveningthe eveningHc eveningtte
the Corcoran C an Cadets playing playj the Canrons CanronsM
M l the Center nter Market Armory ThomrW
W v McGrew will referee There The will ill L Ltlarcing
arcing after the f game une
Wait Actcll anti Fljinxr l1 bhllr Jim Take TnlicThree Tnkehree TakeThree
Three hree gtrnlffht nhht HcntK HcntKBaltimore Jleltll Jleltllftltlmorc ilenticBaltimore
Baltimore Md Oct 28 STO Two events eventswon eventswon ovontsWon
won by the favorites in stral trlli hi heats heatsand1 Jlo heatsntV ts tsaftd
aftd and1 and1another ntV 1 another contest undecided qter ier six sixwellcontested sixwelleonteated sixweI1contested
wellcontested heats provided fie the h n1 n1granune pro nrogramme programme
gramme of the opening days raping rng Ing lit litthe wtthe t tthe
the Gentlemens Driving Park this t1t tbl after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noonTile noonTue i iThe
The SJ5 class pacing had the talent taJentguC8 t3ntguessing I Iguessing
guessing guC8 ing Tony Gamble won the t nr lirE ftnthoot lirEheat t theat
heat handily but in Ute other he shot shothis shotW shothis
his bolt and was never again dangerous dangerousThe dangerousThe dangerousThe
The second and third heats went to Ap Appolio AppeUo Appolio
polio and he was heavily played to win winIn winIn wisIn
In the next heat John Elder Eld r sprang a asurprise itnrprllle asurprise
surprise by by winning WlllRlng after a sharp drive driveEWer drIveElder driveElder
Elder was then made favorite but a new newRichmond newRichmond newRichmond
Richmond appeared in the fleWy I1eItIY eh1 and andRuby aOORuby andRuby
Ruby Fry took tho next n t two heats Jte tL The Therace The1JCQ Theipee
race was then postponed until tomor tomorrow to torow tomorrow ¬
row rowWan Wan ActeD and Flying Jim won their theirrespective theirrespoectivQ theitrespective
respective heats off oreot Of Use 9le reel Sum Summaries smmaries Summarten ¬
maries mariesKbit mariesJIInt martenFirst
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La Lri1 LadyMeyrmssi Mar 11 TjWnJ 6 623 2 3 4 fHanl 43 43lEant r rHart
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Limber Twig Ola HMW > I C T TM TMasts
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Tim J2 2 ia lt sat satThird SjlM SjlMThird 31111Third
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Flyinc Jim lOoseS < Ooea i 1 1 1 1Chariw 1Cllariie 1Chadlo
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Stonewall < McD eDJcI MM u I S IOIaaDCe S SObaoce 2taa
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Fall Tournament Begins Thursday Thursdaywith Thursdaywith Thursdaywith
with Large Entry List ListRecent ListRee ListRecent
Ree Recent nt Rnin Rains < Have Put the Coarse Coarsein CourllcIn CourseIn
in Excellent Condition COIHHtlonThlrtcel1 COIHHtlonThlrtcel1lrheM ConditionThirteenPrizen Thirteen ThirteenPrize
Prize to He Offered OfferedLoeal OtrcrctlLoeal OficrcdLoeai
Loeal aoiceiv pIf goe era will 4 encjvss gg In t the tJIeCaU monad nsonndfall monadfall
fall tournament t this week NIt whoa the theChevy tbeCher7 theChevy
Chevy Cnnse Club hoMt K K moetfc meeting g on onit ORIw onIts
it Iw own links aks Entries have been re received reeet recalved ¬
calved eet from so many players that the thesuccesg thellUCCatJ thesuie
succesg suie of the tournament i Is assured and andall adall andall
all that tlIa t the club could wish for is three threeday tillda threedays <
day days of good eod weather The Chevy Chase ChaseClub ChueClub ChaseClub
Club lisa never ver had a tournament marred marredby IIIITby ntarredby
by ram rain such a as fell during the Columbia ColumbiaClubs CoIwntMaClubs ColumbiaClubs
Clubs meeting last week It has 1 1particularly been beenparticularly beenparticularly
particularly fortunate in this respect respectthe re8JMCttM sad sadthe
the members hope that their luck will not notdesert NtdetJrt satdesert
desert them this w week ek The recent heavy heavydownfall 1MItTJdo hadvydownfall
downfall do nfall with two days of sunshine hIe will t1I1put willput wlIlput
put the Chevy Chase Hales in the very verybest TerTbest verybeat
best condition and the contests sfcooM iouM be hekeenly bek bekeu4y
keenly k nfy played and many scores ciooe to topar topar topar
par turned in inThirteen InThtrteen InThirteen
Thirteen prints wiN be offered o ere for or the thethree tilethree thethree
three days da play Cape MeCammon says saysthey saysthey 78 78they
they are the handsomest baIMho lot of trophies trophiesever UOPIa1esev troaldesever
ever ev offered by the drib d Tomorrow wilt wHIbe wiltgiven willbe
be given up to the playing of the two tworounds tworounds tworounds
rounds in the qnatifteatkm stroke compe competition COMpetlticm coanpetitlon ¬
tition eighteen holes each It is expected expectedthat expectedthat expectedtIrnat
that more than enough players yen will be beentered beent beentered
entered ent < ed to play in the three stxteens bt ns and andateo andaho andalso
also make mak up three consolation eights eightsthat eightsthat ht8 ht8that
that will make up the competition for the thesecond theeconcI thesecond
second day cia There will be a lirE prise in ineach I Ieaeh heeach
each sixteen one for the t runnerup and andanother andanother andanother
another for the defeated eight or consola consolation oon8Olalion connolaDon ¬
lion prize in each sixteen The semifinals semifinalsand emlftnalsand semilinalsand
and finals ftna will 111 be played on Saturday Stunla and andth andthe andtheusua1
th the theusua1 usual handicap will bring out a large largenumber laI1enumber largenumber
number of sportsmen sportsmenThe sportlmtnThe sportsmenThe
The detailed programme Inflows followsmuQ Inflows0dtIIter inflowsOctbn
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Octocxr TB is a m9etMto SeMI an cape S39 S39The 233p 2J 2JPo
Po p aFiuah 1 all cups riP riPThe rigiutoss lai laiThe
The handicap competition JH tllloa win be played playedSaturday I8YedSaturday playedSaturday
Saturday from 10 until 6 oclock oclockLITTLE oclockLITTLE oclockLITTLE
Jlenovern UGo rn niul Corhett to licet in inJnnnnrj InJnnnnry InJanuary
Jnnnnrj in Finish flout DnutNew DoutKew floutNew
New York Oct 28 Terry McGovern McGovernand McGovernand McGovernand
and Young Corbett lightweight Ubtwe t prize prisefighters prizetlgbten prizelighters
fighters met this afternoon Itt the Metro Metropole Metropole Metropole
pole Hotel with 1Ua their representatives repreentauws Joe JoeHumphrey JoeHumpltIn JoeHumpineys
Humphrey and Harry Pollok and anduUda slaved slavedarticles signedarticles
articles to fight the first week eek In January Januarythe JaftOarythe Januarythe
the place of the battle ttlo to be decided by byNovember byNOenther byNovember
November K 15 with no limit to the number numberof RUDlIJetof numberoCroundL
of oCroundL oCroundLThere rounds roundsThere lOItIHJTherewq
There Therewq was considerable COD8kIera le squabbling be between be between betwoon ¬
tween the two principals over tha tip terra terraof terms ternwof termsof
of the match McGovern instating In that thatfully thatfully thatfully
fully ten weeks be allowed to have the thehand thehand thehand
hand he injured in Philadelphia treated treatedHe ttooHe treatedHe
He also wanted to reserve r re the right to ac accept acpt ticcopt ¬
copt pt any other fight offer O er that might be bemade bemade bemade
made him In the interval intervalTo IlitervaiTo IntervalTo
To this Corbett would not agree a ee and andfor andfor andfor
for a time it looked as if the match was waseff waa6ft wasoff
off The fighters left the t e conference Cf and andfinally Itndfinally andfinally
finally Terry returned to say SIt that he hewoukl hewould hewould
would stand by the agreement made by byHumphreys byHumphrey byHumphreys
Humphreys The articles were were then drawn drawnup drawnup drawnup
up calling call1D for the battle and leaving the theplace thephee theplace
place to the dub which would W MIk < make the thehighest thehl thehighest
highest hl he bid bidThe bidThe bidThe
The referee will be chosen at the time timethe limethe theethe
the place for the t e meeting is selected Both Bothprincipals Bothprtndpds Bothpuinde
principals insisted that the fight must be beto beto beto
to a ftntoh ftntohPat An AnPnt flui1uPat
Pat Power heads Eastern League IjenjjucNew IenueNe LeagueNew
New Ne York Oct O t 3 iPat Pat Powers who whowas whowaf whowas
was president pre kIent of the Eastern Ea tern League Lea ue thir thirteen tblrteeR thirteen ¬
teen years and was deposed last season seasonby 8e8 seasonby on onby
by Harry Taylor of Buffalo was again againelected atainelected aIn aInelected
elected as chief executive e cuUve of the organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion today tocJa at a meeting of the directors directorsof
of the league In this city It is probable probablehe
he ie will dispose dtSp EC of his interests in thet the theProvidence theFrovidence
t Providence club in order to to devot devolie his hietime htstime histime
time to to the welfare of the league
0 0Ev
Brery Ev r ry ry man who reads the Herald ought oughtto ougllt ouglltto oughtto
to have one of these magnificent black fclaoksuits blacksui biacsuits
suits sui ts we are re tailoring to order at 25 25Call 25Gall 25Gall
Gall andget a sample s mple of the fabric fabricw ±
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SIn Smart art Set Coming for the theAmateur thelnateur 1ic 1icAmateur
Amateur lnateur Steeplechases SteeplechasesSNTBIES SteeplecIlagosE
E SNTBIES TRIES AND WEIGHTS bUT bUTrojmrntions bUTPreJmrntioml bUTPreparations
Preparations Complete anrt Xonrly XonrlyAll Xenrl XenrlAU car1y car1yAll
All tIle CroHSconnrry Runners Are AreHere AreJlcrc Arehere
Here sm and l Ready Renel for the Cnll CnUlionr CnUlionrSteelleelRllleH CallFourSteeIleChZlNelt Fonr FonrSteeplcclinficM
SteeplcclinficM nnd Two Events on onthe 01thc ottthe
the Flat Carded for Tlmrsrtay TlmrsrtayThe ThurAllnTIte Thurst1ztThe
The United United Hunts Racing R lng Association Associationvill AssocititlonwHI aochttlonwDI
vill introduce to the sportloving public publicif pU1Jlcof
of if the District of Columbia Com bhtn bhe a new ole olenent olet olemoot
moot t in amateur sports tomorrow for fort forit forIt
it t is the opening o g day of the theat autumn tumn meet mcetng moelb meetlug
lug ng b of the association This organization organizationI orgftnlzatlonprobably
la I probably the future governing body of ofimateur ofamateur ofamateur
amateur racing racln in Aniorica and there is isitite h hlittle islittle
little doubt that it will receive the warm warmt warmant
ant t welcome in this center of of a L groat groatporting SToatrUng groatsporting
porting rUng people Society Societyhas I has already put putts putIta putits
its ts stamp of approval upon this organ organsation OfSl1ntatlon organisatfon
sation and that all II society socie aS a well as ashe asthe
I Ithe
the he hunting set aet setwiui will turn out In force forceit Coreeat forceat
at it this meeting is practically assured but buthere butthere butthere
there will be nothing amateurish in the theMUtavgement thet themanagement
management t of the United Hunts mooting mootingMl lnuetln lnuetlnAll meetingAll
All Ml the arrangements arran IIts are in charge of the thenost theI themost themost I
most competent officials officialsIn oMdaIIn oMelaleIn
In addition to the regular regul r steeplechase steeplechaseHirse Meepleuhotsocourse I IOOUI8e
course Hirse used by li the Washington VAshln ton Jockey Jockeytub Joc JockeyClub I IClub
Club tub the hunters < course will contain post postid postancl postand
and id rail fence and a formidable stone stonerail stonewall
wall rail 11 and as a feature of crosscountry crosscountrypcing crostlcountry1IC1Qf crosscountryI3chlg
pcing these two obstacles are remember rememberH remember1th
ad H < with 1th fear and pleasure by all hunting huntingten huntingmen huntingmen
men ten in I any y country My first slon slonraJl stone stonewall I
wall raJl is almost a figure of speech with withho withthe withtie
the tie ho hunting man maa and with 1th the past and andnil andrail andrail
rail nil fence in conjunction with the regular regularteeptechase regularlIteeplecha regularsteeplechase
steeplechase course eou will test the courage courageml couragealHl courageand
and ml endurance of both horse and rider riderGood riderGuull riderGood
Good Chasers Arrive ArriveMost Arrhe0IIt ArriveMoE
Most 0IIt of the prominent stables from Bol BolMjot Belmont Be Bemoot
mont Mjot Park arrived at Benning yester yesteray yesterday er erclay
clay ay and aDCI11tb with the tb horses already on hand handbe handtlte handthe
the be stables are fairly well taxed taxedAmong taxedAIDODG taxedAmong
Among the arrivals arrl were Thomas Hitch Hitchock Hlleheoek hitchcock
cock ock jrs Hylas fly and Oro Bonnie Brook Brooktables BrookStabM BrookStables
tables Yama Y Christy Air Cottons CottonsThnmy CoUonsJhnm7 CottonsJimmy
Jimmy Lane Iliunnton Stables Wool Woolatherer Woolgatherer 001 001ptbfter
gatherer atherer and Pete l ete Dalley C C Smith Smltaons Smithson Smithsons
son sons ons Boundbronk and Ruths Ruth Rattler E EJ B BT BJ
J ITallachs Setauket Se uk Iva Ivan Foxs Ne Neponset Ne Nepenaft Noponset
ponset Charles H Herfcamps Lida Woods Woodslands W WIaD WOOdSlands
lands and Harry Baylor Dma K Kerfb KerfbDunovenrfck KerfbDuHven1ck KerfbDonovenlek
Dunovenrfck and many others othersThe olbersThe othersThe
The United Hunts Association A8ocl doft is com comMioed comof centposed
posed Mioed of the following follo clubs clu Cherx CherxChase CbeYaaae CheywChase
Chase Warrenton a Cameron Run Runrftlne Rua RuaBnwNIJ1oine RunBrandywine
BnwNIJ1oine rftlne Klkridse Essex Green Greenr GreenValley CroonSpring
Spring r Valley Meadow Mea40 Brook Middlesex Middlesexrange MWdIeeeOrange lkldleHx0ra
0ra Orange range fe County CoulI Y Baonor Rose e Tree Tr Up Upland Lp Lplaud Upland ¬
land and White Marsh Valley Hunts and andWestchester aDdVTeatc andWeitchestr
Westchester VTeatc er and Mr Hitchcocks Hounds HoundsA
A telegram has ha been received from fromLieut fromLIeut frontL
Lieut L eut Martin of the Fifteenth Cavalry Cavalryan
an enthusiastic crosscountry ero rider who whowas wboWIUI whowas
was recently recenti ordered to Havana Hav 8 stating statingthat atatl atatlthat statingthat
that he has given instructions ln to have havehis havebi havehis
his two horse shipped from Vermont to tog toDeInabt tohenning
DeInabt henning g and adding that be has secured securedto securedpermission red redpall
pall permission to return to the United States Statesand Stat Statan4 Statesand
and will ecU ride In the nriHtftrr steeple rtocpiet rtocpieHiiirles IKMpledIue steepleEntries
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Former 1o rJller Sporting Companions Iny InyTribute Ia IaT IayTribute
Tribute T lhute to Old Bull Player PlayerCincinnati IlnycrCkicllUUlti PlayerChicinnitti
Cincinnati Ohio 0 Oct 2Tbe funeral of ofWilliam ofWID ofVIHlam
William WID Bock Ewtng the famous ball ballplayer lMJIplayer ballplayer
player was held this afternoon from rein his hislt hisIAt hisInto
lt Into resMtnetf J etIIM 3R Worth street in this thiscity th18elty thiscity
city cityThe
The ceremony was quite lengthy RevVllliam Rev RevWilliam RevWilliam
William Stevens St a Baptist minister mt Mter of ofDayton orDayton ofDayton
Dayton Ohio an Intimate friend of the thefamily theJly thefamily
family Jly oHIdated while J G Howard HowardFerris HO1 HowardFerris ffl fflFerrill
Ferris cf c this city a former ball player playerand pl p1aerand er ertuHI
and colleague of 0 Ewing delivered an aneulogy Aneu aneulogy
eulogy eulogyThte eu eulogyThis
This was followed by two Elks EIk Ritual RitualBurial RitualBurial RitualBurial
Burial was at Mount Washington Wa hlngt The Thepallbearers TilepaJlbeanrs Thepallbearers
pallbearers were John McPhee the once oncefamous OJtct OJtctfamous oncefamous
famous second baseman Frank Hahn HahnThomas HalnThomas HahnThomas
Thomas Cogan Frank Hancrof tN secre secretary seCfLtary secretaz ¬
tary taz of the Cincinnati etilctnnatt ball club Harry HMITStump HarryStump HarryStump
Stump and John Weimer all of them themfriends thomfriends themfriends
friends of the deceased The Miami MH MHtary Military Milltary
tary Institute Jn Utute sent a delegation of toil uniformed unlformet1 toilformed ¬
formed cadets out of respect for the dead deadplayer dOttdplayr deadplayer
player who instructed their ball team teamMany teamMan teamMany
Many Man floral pieces were received not notably notablY notaby ¬
ably from August Herrmann president of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the national commission the Elks me meChicago lileChIca LuteChicago
Chicago ChIca o New N York and Cincinnati Mil Milciofes MIlch1M hailclubs
clubs John T Brush and also from ac actors attOlll a atore ¬
tors and public men in New York and andChicago andCblcal andChicago
Chicago CblcalsPORTS
Pennsylvania Perm will not accept the invita invitation InvItation invitatine ¬
tion of Wisconsin to row a dual race racePenney racePnD8 racePenney
Penney has all the races in the East that thather thather thather
her crews can she up time for and the theexpense thee theexpenno
expense e pen e of a Western trip would ould be too toogreat toogreat toogreat
great for them themThe themThe themThe
The tateet athletic departure at the Uni University Uninmty Unversity ¬
versity bf Wisconsin WI5 IoMIn < is a great boat race racowhich rnrowhlcb racewhich
which 1 Is proposed to be held on Lake LakeMendota LakeMendota LakeMendota
Mendota between Wisconsin and some of ofits oCIts ofits
its rivals at Poiujhkeepslc This may take takethe takethe takethe
the place of the customary visit East Eastwhere Eastwbere Eastwhere
where Wisconsin Wiscon n has always ahvnysshown ahvnysshownstron alwaysshownstrong shown shownstrong
strong stron though never ver as a winner against againstsuch ft againstSuch ttln t tsuch
such crews as foroeil Pennsylvania or orSyracuse orSia orSyracuse
Syracuse Sia A rowing coach is to be en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged this winter and the men placed in intraining intminln intraining
training tminln early Lake Mendota provides providesan
an excellent course course as it is sufficiently sufficientlyprotected sufficientlyprotected sufilcientlyprotected
protected by b wooded wo dedbAnks banks not to be easily easilysusceptible cnsflys easilysusceptIble
susceptible s pUble to sudden squalls and a race racecan racecan racecan
can be watched from ail portions of the theshore theshore theshore
shore shoreIf shoreIf shoreIf
If plans J bns completed are aresucceasful successful Arner Americans Arnerleans Arnerloans ¬
leans will be able to see the greatest boat boatrace bOAtI1tce boatrace
race that has ever been contested The TheIdea Thek Theblea
Idea k eA is to oppose the winners of the thePoughkeepsie thePoughkeep thePoughkeepsie
Poughkeepsie le and New London regattas ragattasand regattasand s sanc1
and the winning crew rew In the great Oxford OxfordCambridge OfordCambridre OxfordCambridge
Cambridge race which is annually eon eontested COllte contested
tested te ted on the Thames In England The Theeffect Theteet Theeffect
effect teet of this will be not only to decide decidewhich dacldewhicb decides1iich
which of the American n crews is entitled entitledtu entitledtu
tu the college championship but also to toselect toelect toselect
select a worlds championship cbampi nshlp eight ight which whichwould whichwould whichwould
would be practically unbeatable The Theproposition Theproposition Theproposition
proposition has been under l dr consideration considerationfor consld tlon tlonfor
for some time > and the plan is to hold the therace therace therace
race on the James River next year at the thej theJa thoJamestown
j Jamestown Ja to1n Exposition
Local Football Schedules SchedulesOdobtr SchedulesGeQrgcto SchedulesCcqrgctowu
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Annapolis M uild 11 Oct i biTbe The midship midshipmens mldhl mldhlmons midshipmuns ¬
mens football team will play the eleven ekrvenof elevenot elevenof
of Western Maryhmd Gollago COtI C ftllgo o on the theNaval
Academy grounds tomorrow after afternoon aftCtnoon afternoon ¬
noon and it will he the last midweek midweekcontest mld1eekcontest midweekcontest
contest on the middies schedule It will willateo willaltlo Willalso
also be the Jut game with the smaller smallercolleges mallercOlleges smallercolleges
colleges The remaining remaJDf games on the theschedule tb tbaeooule theschedule
schedule prior to tb tb groat and ttnal ttnalstruggle IInatrugcle Ilnalstraggle
struggle with West Point at Philadelphia Philadelphiaon
on December 1 will all oe with heavy and andstrong antitron andstrong
strong tron teams of fairly good caliber two twoof twoot twoof
of which especially have been making makinga
a strong showing this season Saturday Saturdaynext sa ioturdaynext tulcJay tulcJaynext
next the middles will have nave as their op opponents oppOllenta opponents ¬
ponents the heavy aggregation a esatlcm of Buck liuekrtell Bucknell Buckitch
nell itch College of Lewlsburg Pa and ad on onfoe onWle oilIke
foe four following Saturdays Satur ays in Novem November NOMnIter Novemier ¬
ber they will play Pennsylvania State Col ColIfeg CoIr 001fee
fee r Swarthmore Swar th more University of North NorthCarolina NorthCaroUna NorthCarolina
Carolina and Virginia Polytechnic last Institute InaUtute lasttote ¬
tute in the order named namedThe namedThe namedThe
The middles should be able to roll up uplarge a ahUge alarge
large score against Western Maryland to tomorrow to tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow and a victory is also expected expectedover expeeteclover expectedover
over Bucknell Buckn U on Saturday But the two twwgames twubmea twogames
games which will be hard ones for the tbvlocal tmloeaJs thelocIs
local will be State College and Swarth Swarthmore SWllr11Imor Swirthmore ¬
more mor State Stat held Yale down to 18 points pointson poIfttaon poiflIson
on Saturday Sa tunlay last and th the big b men of ofSwarthmore 0Swartbmore ut utSwarthmore
Swarthmore triumphed over University of ofPennsylvania oCPenUYlvanla ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania two t WOo weeks ago agoHATCHETITES agoHATCHETITES 0 0HATCHETITES
George AVnMhintrton Ready Re dy to Sleet SleetWestern 31cetVeterl1 MeetSestcrn
Western Maryland larlnnll d on Saturday SaturdayGeorge Snturdl SnturdlGeoree SatUrdayGeoute
George Washington University plays pia her herold herokI herold
old rival rival Western We rn Maryland at Van Ness NessPark N NPark NessPark
Park next Saturday afternoon and from frompresent tronapraent frompresent
present indications the game should be bec10M a aclose aclose
close one None of the local boys wan wanused W1IJUHd wa waused
used up in the game with Swartbroore Swartbroorelast Swthmore SwthmoreJut Sw rtbmore rtbmore141st
last week week and with wtthtawable favorable weather weatherfronr weatherfmn weatherfy
fronr fy now on they should be In prime primecondition prtmemdIUoD primecondition
condition < to meet the Maryland Marylanders Board BoardGibson Beard BeardGtblon BeardGibson
Gibson Gtblon Lorando and Moore who sot suffered sulfered sotfered ¬
fered slight t injuries in the early ad adhave ammo jeajcnhave ammohave
have all entirely recovered venCI and with withLacariani wtttcarlanJ withLacaziani
Lacariani who played a star game Sttt Sttturday Saturday SutUnlay
urday at Swarthmore to brace up the theback tbebaek theback
back Held and create SOBM 10 competition for forfull torfull forfull
full back ck work everything every seem bright brightfor IM1Ptfor brightfor
for the Hatchetites HatchetitesWestern HtchedtWestern ItchedteaWestern
Western Maryland defeated GaUandet GaUandetlast GaIJa GaIJalast GIIaUdatiast
last Saturday by a score of 29 to toceI d and andcmnpttrms andcomparing
cmnpttrms ceI comparing < this t with the score made by byGeorge byWlnstOD byGeorge
George Washington against the Nut NutbAre Mutestbre Mutes Mutestbre
tbre can be no doubt that the forthcom forthcoming foruapm lortheoming ¬
ing game with Western Maryland will be beworth Hwerth beworth
worth seeing seeingTo seeingTo
To Transfer Kaolliall Game GameSpecial Cameto
Special to TB n Wssataptu W WI7Rchburs n fad fadLynchburg oaLLynchburg I
Lynchburg a Oct 1NeKOdattoas 1NeKOdattoasare Negotiations Negotiationsare
are pending pendI ng looWfig loe1dn tq the transfer of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the football game acheduled ochedutod eche Ii I between betweenDavidson 1teweeaDavtdsoa betweenDavidson
Davidson College Co and the Vtrgtoia Irguis Poly Polytechnic PoI7techalc PoSytochnk ¬
technic Institute Ilt te from Roanoke B where bere It Rwae Itwu Itwas
was originally to be played to Lynch Lynchburg LyJMII1Marr Lynchburg ¬
burg The game i Is to tak taU wlace on Nov No November o ovembor ¬
vember v r 17 Thi TItIa move fat made bjr b the themanagement thentaDqemftit themanagelnent
management oY the V P I eleven leY be because H because ¬
cause cau it is claimed the attendance at atthe atthe atthe
the recent re at V P IWBUam IW IIua and Mary MaryCollege MaryCollege af7 af7pme
College game in that city eft drew a aerowd small smallcrowd smallcrowd
Army rn uti I1l1cI l Anvy aiy Wine WineThe VJn VJnThe Inlll InlllTM
The Army I1II7 anal Navy Prpjraiory School Scnodyesterday ScIIooI7fttenky Schoolyesterdoy
yesterday defeated the Central CeMndScbooI High HighSchool HighSchool
School eleven by the scare of I to a S Tire Tireifame Tb TbpftIf Theiaflie
ifame was wa played at American ABMt1eaaPuk League LeaguePark LeagueIark
Park before ore a large crowd of Ugh cho7i 1ICbo acbolstudents cho7istudents l l1MkDUI
students 1MkDUI Central scored a touchdown touchdownbut t8aCb40wnt touchdownhut
but t failed to kick goal and a am the end endof eRdof endof
of the game drew d near It seemed IHeIDedt as asthough asthough
though t these five ftv points would 0u1cl wta Ar Army Army Arany ¬
my and Navy however forced th UN ball ballover balloftr baliover
over Centrals line and kicked Jdd ed a goal thus thusgiving thus8h1n thusgiving
giving < the embryo embryussldkrs soldiers victory victoryWarwick YktornrwlclH victoryWarwlckp
Warwick nrwlclH Defeat Second Navy n Team TeamThe TenmThe TeanaThe
The Warwicks arwleks yesterday defeated the theApprentice theApprentke theApprentice
Apprentice Boys of the navy yard by the thescore thexore theseore
score of 10 to 6 At A t no time were the theJunior Utejuator theJunior
Junior machinists within striking distance distanceof
of scoring but their ttK > lr defense throughout throughoutI
I the contest was wa brilliant Millar and andI andl andlCro andCross
I Cross made several gains 1D8 around arou left end endfor endor endfor
for or the athletes while Berkely played well wellfor wellfor wellfor
for the sailors Jlo The navys were w re forced to tokick tokick tokick
kick many times while the club boys re resorted re reaortetl resorted ¬
sorted to forward pone peDeS which were weregreat wereGreat weregreat
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was Alexander Iexander Smith of Nassau tit titWestern tllVester tiuWestern
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t ton n by three strokes and was six Ix atrokes atrokesbetter Jtroktsbetter utrokesimetter
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Thomson Thom o both of New Jersey Tprst who tied tiedfor tiedfOf tiedfor
for third place The scores or without wltho9t rx rxception axception x xeeption
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one 01 game nle lost in the season they last lastnight lastnSlIt lastnight
night cleaned up the set with the Post Postofllco Posto Poetuflics
ofllco o l quint roUing two totals over Odd Oddand mn mnMnd 9110and
and another six points under that mark markPoatofltee markJ marklostoMeo
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two t wo rounds rou ds Bishop being b g the only one onewho onewho onewho
who could keep in h Mo H stride and who whorolled whorolled whorolled
rolled the only game over 3N for hi hiside hiaide his hisside
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for the Navy his total being 3B Mand and
211 11 T rAlbert lbert also ran a string ltd of 311 311Cowboys itCowoop 311Cowbeys
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each game 1De for or the latter Wiliness got a apoor apoor
poor start starthut but turned up In the second secondwith secondwith
with 3K and finished with 2ft 2ftThe IThe 3 3The
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the Octagons in the Temple re aple League and andthe udtile andthe
the Utopians made a dean sweep sweepe sweepethe of ofthe fttthe
the series with the Imperials on opposite oppo Iteftlten oppositealleys oppositealleys
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the Navy Yard League by b forfeiture last lastnight JutnIg1at InstnIght
night The Forge Shop men failed to put putin putIn poutIn
in an appearance appeara Rather than leave the thealkys thealkY8 thealleys
alleys without a game they consented to toroM toroll toioil
roM the th balls with the Capitol Calt l Hill team teaman te teaman m mAn
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After the cloven days of racing is over overat overat overat
at Jamaica TamttI thsecno tll sceno will again shift to toAqueduct toAquOduct toAqueduct
Aqueduct and that meeting will wind up upthe upUte upthe
the racing of the Metropolitan circuit circuitMost circuitMost circuitMost
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South and West V t with tholr th thqlr r horses hor es Som Somwill Sotnwill
will wait and campaign the animate at atWashington lt ltWashington itWashington
Washington and Baltimore B lUmore while others otherswill otherswill tJtf tJtfwill 1
will continue right on to New Orleans Orleansand Orl Orleansand < ans ansand
and the two t o tracks In California A goo good gooilmany < l lmany I Iman
many man of the mere prominent stables will willgo willo willgo
go o Into retirement reUrtmtentfol reUrement1for j for the winter season seasonBrighton sessotuBrighton eR 11 11Brighton
Brighton seems 1D6 to tobe be getting more pcpu pcpular pcpuJar pepsilar
lar than ever with owners and tralnerr tralnerrIji tralneJTlAst tralnerrLast
Iji lAst t year was thought to have been b n an anExcellent anccellent arxcelicnt
Excellent ccellent one for stake entries but the thecoming thecomlnr thecoming
coming one will be much better than ever everIt everIt everIt
It appears that for the stakc which whichclosed whichcloeed whichclosed
closed las Monday the number of en entries entries n ntries ¬
tries to about 26 per cent greater Th ThBrighton Thr1gtton The TheBrIgtto
Brighton Junior has 119 against ag lnat ninety ninetyfour nlnetyfour ninetyfour
four for this year while the Neptune NeptuneStages NeptuneS NeptuneSutl
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Yeasts Yen picked ked up eight more entries than thanformerly thnnonMeJ1y thanformerly
formerly and the Brighton Derby jumped jumpedfrom jumpfdfrom jumpedfrom
from seventyeight to 103 The Iroquois Iroquotewenb InHlol8w Iroquoisweak
weak w at from sixtyeight to ninetyfour and amithe anf1the andthe
the Queen Q Stakes 5tAk the new event to take takeplace tak takplace takeplace
place of the t Oaks received liftyftve en entries t entries n ntriClllTllfli ¬
tries triClllTllfli Ttohi This te l a great sr t showing for Brigh Brighton Brighton Brighton ¬
ton tonPrlerds
Friends of Joint J McCafccrty M rty who whowant whQwmt whowant
want to have ve iiitn him reinstated by the Pa Pacific Potcute Pmtdde ¬
cute Coast Jockey T Club say 1 that he has hasin hasIn hasIn
in his pMsere44n n a letter from from the man manwho 1inwho manwho
who purchased The Huguenot from him himsetting him himsetting
setting forth the fact that the old horse horsewho 110 110who horsewho
who died rreoaUy won a number of ofgood of18 ofgood
good races 18 wltb without ut the use of stimulants stimulantsin
in any form McCaJTerty make the un unQHaitfted unquialltkd
QHaitfted q asaertion a rtlon by the way w that after afterThe alterThe
The Huguenot was v bought out of a sell sellIng eUIn5 selllog
log race from rem him at t Ascot Park last lastwinter lastwinter
winter a job was Axed up to show traces tracesof tracesof
of dope with the idea of Incriminating Incriminatinghim IncrtmlnaU Incriminatinghim J Jhim
him Horsemen who are familiar with withthe v1tht withthe
the t feud between McCafferty and Boots BootsDurnell DcMKsDamell Bootsforfeit
forfeit which finally resulted in both bothmen bethmen bothnest
men being ruled off tile turf declare d lare that thatIB thatin t tJa
IB view Iew of the t recent re reinstatement nePt of ofBurnett ofDar ofBursall
Dar ell the PacMc Coast Jockey Club in injustice InJ Injustice
justice J to McC McOfltrerty Mctfferty fferty should lift the ban banforthwith bsnfortbwttb banforthwith
forthwith forthwithHorsemen fortbwttbHar forthwithHorsemen
Horsemen emea inland l f to go to California for forthe forthe forthe
the winter campaign ca in large numbers numbersBoots Ja numbersflouts rs rsBoots
Boots DanieL S S C Hftdreth Walter WalterJennings WaJt WalterJeindngs r rJenuhtt8
Jennings IF T Griffin Frank Reagan ReaganB Rea ReaganUsraey an anY
B Usraey m y Sehreifeer J L L I Holland J JJoIuJIIon M MJohnson 3 3Johnaon
Johnson and others have made arrange arrangements arra arrangeinets f e eakeadJ ¬
ments already Schrrtber will have about abouteighty aboutetply abouteighty
eighty horses on the Coast Coa t dixkHng them themup thf themup > m mup
up between Los Angeles and Oakland OaklandJockeys OaktandToekep OaklandJockeys
Jockeys Miller Radtke Radtke L k I Williams WilliamsKnapt WI11IaIMKnaPlt WilliamsKnapp
Knapp Dugnn Du n Schade Heatherton J JJowee TT0Qfti JJones
Jones HlUebrand and Brussel will ride ridethere ricktMre roletherc
there Knapp has signed with 1th Hildreth HildrethMiller HllclrethJU1Ier Hiidrethhillier
Miller is under contract ntract to Tom Williams WilliamsL WIlliamsL
L 1 Wimanm ttam will ride again for Jennings Jenningsland TnIdJlfSIUId Jenislngsand
land Heatbertoo a promising Ig apprentice apprenticewill apprent apprentv111 apprenticewill
will be taken West by Reagan Re san The Thewinter Thewtater Thewinter
winter season will open at New Orleans Orleansthte OriPanat Orleansthis
this t year en November 24 4 the Saturday Saturdaybefore Saturdaybefore Saturdaybefore
before Thanksgiving Day DayIn DAyIa DayIn
In regard tor a proposed match race racebetween racebet racebetween
between bet Roecben nOtie and Lady Amelia at AtJIc atJamsica j
Jamaica Jack Joyner said that he would wouldeoftnent wouldCIINIeIIt wouldconsent
consent to a meeting tMe ng between bet ween the two twosprinters twoprtters twosprinters
sprinters provWi providing s the distance Quid oouWbe Quidbe couldbe
be limited to five furlongs fu but at that thathe thatlie thathe
he declared h los was not overanxious for a amauch aJIMLtdI amatch
match because of the uncertain weather weatherand weatheraatI weatherand
and track conditions This probably probablyi probablymeaDS probablymeans
i means that there will be no match but buttt butthat i ithat
that Itaseben wilt be retired for the sea season Masou season ¬
son after a couple more races racesGRIDIRON racesGRIDIRON racesGRIDIRON
Yale Y Yalei goal line docs oM 4oe not bear the foot footiwtat footIItnt footprint
print of an opposing oppo player playerCarlisle JJIay JJIayCarti playerOarlisle
Carlisle le Indians are going lOIn tn use two twosets tNOseta twozeta
sets of backs In each of their big games gamesSbeMe gamest gainesShelil
t SbeMe who has been declared 1ared a failure failureat
at quarter bade for Or Pennsylvania P haia played playedstar playedMar playetia
a star game last Saturdjr SaturdjrCornell SatUnl7 SatUnl7eorH SEuz SEuzcornell
Cornell has the record recort SCOT SC9Ie for eeii eeiitogas coJ coJ1tM42 cokleesfl
togas leesfl 1tM42 7 to 0ngnlitst 0 galftBt Bow feet Sat SatnoSay Sat1K Saturday
noSay Carttate maul S2 m In a contest contestearly COftwaearlr contestearly
early m 1ft the season s but It is tenet not ilgured ilguredI ed edas
I 1 as a college eoIIegeMJchJan collegeMichigan
Michigan I Ohio State Unirermy C UnirermyThat ty tyThat 0 0That
That score looks out of i JIaee > toee some somehow aomehow somehow ¬
how Last year It was Be 4 to I Michigan MichiganIs
Is not riding rough shod over 0 the smaler smalerelevens RnaCereIeftn8 nsnaLeroleveun
elevens this year yearCoach yeare yearCoach
Coach BIn Reid expecte to put up a apouting aJRllltiag apuntiig
pouting game when bea tile Harvard tem teojnmftec tMmtIIIt temmeetS
meetS West tIIIt Point next Saturday Two Twoyear Two7en Tw Twyears
year ago only a place kick dec kept pt liar Harvard HarI HarIYard liaryard ¬
Yard from being abut at out at West WestPoint WestPoint 1 1PoInt
Point PointLittle PointLittle I
Little Hadsora Had om the old tbx tlropkicker tlropkickereays Iropkck Iropkckttthe pklcker pklckersays
says that ttthe ibe 1 new rules rul s were made for forthe lorthe forthe
the Indfahs and j that If Carlisle played playedPenn playOOPmn playedPenn
Penn Sate on Novembaf 1 they tit would wouldbeat 1OU1dbMt wouldbest
beat them II to 0 Penn Pea State beat Car Carlisle Carlisle Carlisle ¬
lisle 4 to toAnnapolis fl flAnnaPiHb 0 0Annapolis
Annapolis will 111 lose the > services of ofCap ofCapt ofCapt
Capt Spencer ai least two weeks through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the injury to one of his knees received receivedhi
In the game with Lehigh last Saturday SaturdayFullback SaturdayFullbaek SaturdayFullback
Fullback Northcroft is stilt unable to totak 10takf totake
tak take part in the practice scrimmage scrimmageNew acrhnmagouNew rimmag rimmagNew
New York the biggest city in the coon country Ountry coontry ¬
try gets the football game this year wor worthy wQrthy wtrthy ¬
thy the nane nacPriMeton Princeton and Cornell CornellColumbia CornellCoIubIa CornellColumbia
Columbia has put the game on the rack rackl rackIUM rackam
IUM l the other colleges eoIle es on the big island Islandt islandm6wnt
m6wnt luat t to nothing in the gridiron game gameTh gameThe gameThe
Th The cowtructtan of 2000 OOO mor nt ninra r seats for fortfce forttte forthe
tfce YsrfeHarvnrd Y Harvard game which was be begun be beblROII begun ¬
gun blROII on Monday will bring the seating ca capnetty caJKtt capority
pnetty JKtt of the Yale field up to about aboutSUM aboutEvarts about310S
SUM Evarts Wrenn of Chicago for tormerly wr wrmery formany
merly many of Harvard has been chosen um umpire um umpIr lintpire ¬
pire pIr for the YalePrinceton Y lPrlnceton game and andformer andformer 00 00fOrat
former fOrat r Capt Hackett of West Point Pointwill Point Pointwtli Pointwill
will be the referee refereeYale refereeYaJe refereeYale
Yale may never give Penn State an another another ¬ I Iother
other game Last Saturday Sttturde the Pennsyl Pennsylvnnians PenMlIvaJ Pennsyivnlauis
vnnians vaJ engaged in slugging and repeat repeatedly repMledIy repeatedly ¬
edly violated the rules The visitors kept keptthe keptthe keptthe
the Yale eleven l ven and the spectators wait waitlng vnlting Jt JttitS
titS half an hour in the pouring rain be before be beiere before ¬
fore they came upon the field eld and no nosatisfactory JtOUsectot nosatisfactory
satisfactory excuse was wa given for hold holding hoIdj holdlag ¬
lag j up the game
lales Yaie close call from Penn State last lastSaturday Nuniturdrty heelSturday
Saturday resulted in a shakeup b keu of the theNew theNew theNew
New Haven eleven Chief among the theshifts the3hlfUi theshifts
shifts was 88 the th moving of the veteran veterantackle veterantackle veterantackle
tackle Bob Forbes out to end and plac placing placIng pinetag ¬
ing Paige at left l t tackle Reward Jpnes Jpneswas Tpne8IlS Jpneecs
was IlS sont to the second team where whrelle whrelleIftust Jie Jiemust iieiiiimt
must work wor his way wa up to the big eleven elevenAnother elevenAnother elevenAnother
Another change was the thcdroppiRg dropping of otiHl otiHlfrom Gil Gillies Gillles ¬
lies from center center and the substitution of ofpuhbar ofDuObar
puhbar Brlde Brl Cfr has supplanted s pplanted Hocken Hockenberger Hocken1HrSor Hockonberger
berger aC a left guard and Is the perma permanent permaRent permasent ¬
Rent choice for 01 the place Dines whoran whoran who whoran
ran the team rather Ineffectively Ineffective at attimes AtUme atUmes
times against Penn State has been shift shifted sbifted shiftoil ¬
ed to the third eleven and Veeder the theold theold theold
old quarter buck bR Jt Is again In that Import Important ImJ Important Qrt QrtIL > ¬
ant IL t position P sltlon Tad Jones has recovered recoveredfrom reooeredfrom recoveredfrom
from lib injury and joined the squad in inpractice Inpractice Inpractice
practice this week weekJohnny weekJ weekJohnny
Johnny J JlJ1n Evcrs Ee R Royal Welcome WelcomeI WelcomeJohnny Vc1comcTohnny
I Johnny Elvers Eersthe vers the Chicago Cubs second secondbaseman secondnl8s secondbaseman
baseman nl8s was given a royal ro ltl welcome welcon e upon uponhis uponhis uponhis
his return to his borne at Troy from Chi Chicago CltiCKgO Chicage ¬
cage One On thousand five hundred unli unliformod unfirOml unilformed
formed rOml amateur players and 2000 QO citizens citizensmarshalled citizensftMIrsnafied citizensmarshalled
marshalled in throe divisions met the theplayer thepIaer tileplayer
player at the tI depot t and after a parade parudfover parudooer paradeore
over ore the theprlnclpat principal streets marched matCh d to the theItenseelear thelte theltenseiear
Itenseelear lte 8Et > 1eftr Hotel where a mammoth ban banquet banqUet baniDl ¬
quet iDl t was held In Evers Ev rs honor 1Onor Deputy DeputyCity Dep DeputyCIty ty tyCity
City Comptroller C m troUCK Nugent Nug nt presided Evers Everswas EetsWft8 Everswas
was presented with a silver loving cup by byClub bythem bythe
them the members mbers or 5t To Josephs epls Ca Catmolk CatmolkClub o1f o1fClub
Club and front rem the Troy Lodge of Elks Elksbe Elkshe
be 1 received 1 Med a handsome handso 1f dh diamond non 1 ring ringvalued ring1ued ringvalued
valued 1ued at WO Evers Ecrsls Is a nephew of the thewellkndwn theweJlkncJwn thewellkndwn
wellkndwn and nnd popular exbull player playerTommy pln playerTommy er erTommy
Tommy Evers of this Uti city cityPitcher cityiteher citylitchierBecbe
Pitcher litchierBecbe Bcebc to to JoIn Benedict BenedictChicago BcnedlctChicago BenedletsChicago
Chicago Oct O t 2J 2iFred Fred Bebe former formerpitcher formeznftcher formeapitcher
pitcher for the theC Cubs s and now with the tluSL thiSt theSt
SL St Louis National League Ball Club Is s stlJ stlJwed tt ttwed towed
wed MISS Maud Mnq l Standard of ofOahkosb ofOahkosbWls Oahkosli OahkosliVV38 Oshkoshiat
VV38 at his home Lu T Grange HI ilLmorrow > H w wmorrow g gmorrow
morrow night It wps W is B white pitching fibi fibithe 1b1t1ie lbxtIie
the Ophkosh O hkosl1 team that Beebe met Miss MisStandard 1isStu1dlJd MissStandard
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dress togs at consider considerably eousiiderably ollid > r rably ¬
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coliL COId products in ISM ISMThe IThe 120SThe
The White Sox will not t Ita have nave te tosnowballs qoL qoLsnowballs Ifiisnowbld
snowballs thte tb 1Is winterTile winterThe winter winterThe
The owners of the Brooklyn elM HOtf HOtfthat 11 11thRt
that eitfier tier Lumley or JorOaa JOI a Will Willsokl ha hasold
sold 1
Norman Brashear of I Iformer Lo LouIsa1N IL ILformer a aformer
former major Ies J league ne player playeraignetl JIM JIMb1tetl bufl buflsIgned
sIgned b1tetl by Cincinnati ciainad d for next nftxtPrinceton DltxtPrlDeetoit nextPrinceton
Princeton tIbIc ens tu tudente entg are rctoainjjf eliCt eliCt2nxiou rctoainjjfnnxiouei I Ianxious
anxious that t at Old Nawau stadl hwwe tin tinbe tII8t thobeet
beet be t college coIl team in the country next nextspring MsprfRt nextspring
spring springThe springThe
The St LouIs Lou Nationals have nave a now nowpfteher BOWpcher newpitcher
pitcher signed ed for 1JMCt next nex season in isshape the theshape tMshftpe
shape of Roy Perkins Perk who pitched pI for St StPaul 5t 5tP StPaul
Paul P ul this tit year yearJ yearT yearJ
J Ed Grillo Grub the retiring re presWent oC oCthe efthe itthe
the Toledo club clubw will l probably attend stteeiw stteeiwthe to toi itthe
i the business end of the new x xof masiagmaset masiagmasetof n 1At 1Atof
of the Boston National League Lee team teamA t tA LOOMA
A Western T IJI exchange e cbaJte says thai Ptal PIIIlTenney PundTenney
1 Tenney bought an interest t in the tileclub flostom flostomclub lloeiinclub
Klen thai be behas k khas
club just to show Umpire j jbas
has the authority to search the theMY umpfrq JBJ JBJany L Lany
any time timeGeorge timeGeorge timeGeorge
George Tebaaw fc It up to bis oW feioksi feioksiH tmGh tmGhHe trlo1LHa
H He has now placed a draft vpan John JohnGanzcl TOhRGAnzel JohnCisnzei
Ganzcl the flr lirE t baseman base wfcwm th thBeds the theReds h hReds
Reds have secured for or next nextIs gea samsit on Tkai Tkaiis There Thereis
is little chance of Tebeaus securing the Qttj aestllr thestar
j star
When the National League Leasveclosed so soclosed season seasonclosed
closed for UK there were only hiSS play players IJII7erg ldo7erd ¬
ers in the organization who had toOto toOtofor 1Mtttet 1Mtttetfor hattedfor
for over J9ft Wagner of Pittanmy PittanmyDonlin Pit PitDonlin Pitusr PitusrDonlin
Donlin of New York and n4 Lumtey Lum of ofBrooklyn ofBrootlyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn Brootlyn were the lint three mea meaWith mtLWith menWith
With new managers at Washington WashingtonDetroit Wub Wubtr WashingtonDetroit
Detroit tr tt Boston and probably Cleveland Clevebrndthere Clt Cltthere Clevelandthere
there should be something ont dDI doing te the theswapping theswapping I Iswapping
swapping line this winter wta r Manager an U lr r Cnsi CnsiUllon cUllon Caetuba
Ullon undoubtedly Is s a keen chas chaptn3One i ianyone ead eadanyone
anyone who gets Ute edge on linn m mbe 111be nmi nmibe
be wide ide awake awakeIndian aakIndian awakeIndian
Indian Frank Judge jucl who playM pl 1f > 1 right rightfield tfield iightfield
field for tho Cincinnati Red Red this wit witwas Ie Iewns 5O1t5 5O1t5was <
was married Wednoed Vedneec1y y night a ht at Abfwg Abfwgton Abf1lSton Abhe Abhetrio
ton Pa by a a local Methodist minister te teMiss teMiss
Miss Daisy M 11 3 Dyke It was aB at the Indian Indianschool Indiaschool Indiasschool
school that Jfr rr Jude first 1ir t met t his bride bridewho brid bridwho bridewho
who was AS a member of another tribe tribeE74m tribeE7nt tribeEzra
Ezra Sutton S ttonor or Sut as he > was fa familiarly r rmUirly ¬
miliarly called one of the grandest of ball ballplayers ballplayers
players and a line type of man as well wellafter t eli elinftera n nafter
after nftera a brilliant and never to be e forgottru forgottrucareer forgottricareE s scareer
career > r on the th diamond field is now nowhe1ple nowhelpless 1 1helpless
helpless he1ple cripple from locomotor ataxia ataxiaand at ats xl1
and is spending his last days in Massachu Massachusetts Maeachusctts Mancbusctts ¬

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