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J noroughbredi
Kings nikI Queens of J)esert
With Pedigrees a Mile Long
Compete for Ribbons.
Takes Blue Over Sceptre, Bohemian
Actress and Myopia
111 Saddle nor*e < inss.
Seven calm eyed mares stood In the
bark ring at the Horse Show In
llson Square Garden yesterday and
arded the great amphitheatre of
nnifian faces banked up all about them
with tranquil contempt. They could
afford to look down on the more men
and women and all the other horses, for
they were the only true aristocrats In
sight. Every one of the seven could
boast of the purest blood of Arabia
Doserta, and of family archive's going
b-iek to a thousand years before the first
thoroughbred racehorse was foaled In
' .Tot oven the all conquering Man o'
Bar could have felt exalted in the
iresonce of these unsullied Arabians,
u; in the purest of thoroughbred pedl.rees,
English as well as American,
h$re are lines which end In plebeian
mes unfthown to true aristocrats of
e equine race. To paraphrase the pet
yj,ng of John E. Madden, who judged
0U1 raeehoraes and Arabs, all blood
hi the thoroughbred that is not Arabian,
i U(1 there is quit'' a hit of it. is "scrub."
..Those who think that nothing good
ran come from aristocrats must have
'ruind food for meditation in looking
'tV?p Noam n.nd Ramla, two of the
zellelike little mares exhibited by
R. Brown of Berlin, N. H., who Is
resident of the Arahlan Horse Club or
Ulrica. Neither of them la quite
fteen hands high and neither weighs
lore than about S00 pounds. Both were
rtartcrs in the 300 mile endurance teat
for cavalry horses recently heltf'in New
Kn gland, where they had to carry 245
potiVuls on their backs over rough
co\tt)tr\ roads. Noam, a trim, nervy
llttito chestnut, went through to the
finish?one of ten out of more than
thh'JV that started. When put on the
#? after the race it was found that I
sh<s .had carried more than thirty per
cent, of her own weight in this searchit}^',
test of stamina. Ramla won the
race in 1919. This year she went half
v fly in fine fettle, but when her equine
pal, Rustem Bey, parted company with
hf-r :it that nrtlnt. fth? frottrrl sn muph
that she wore herself out and was
ctorpcd within thirty miles of the goal.
Itltir Goes to (inlniire.
Mr. Madden passed by both of these
nonpareil performers in awarding the
h 1.4ft ribboi. Me gave it to the gray
niaee (Julnare. also owned by Mr. Brown,
and. placed Noam second and Ramla
third. The same exhibitor won the class
for "Arabia i sta llions with the five-year-old
oh?s'nut horse Sargon. Though
Judged as breeding stock, both stallions
atuT mares were shown under saddle.
Before the Arabians came Into the
ring there were two classes for thoroughbred
stallions, one lot being judged
as .sires of race horses and the other
for-'their suitability In improving the
common stock of the country. Chief
I-aJl}'. a big bay son of King James, won
Ihc latter class, while Greek Legend, an
Imported horse that was third here, took
the blue In the other class. Chief Bally
bring second.
Something new In championships interested
the fox hunting set at the morning
session. it was for the best horse
sulfdlde to become a hunter, and brought
together all winners of fir#! or second
priws in such classes. Friends of Mrs.
H: "ft. Hoisted were delighted to see this
now exhibitor at the Garden carry off
flip prize. Her winner was Bobolink, a
grand four-year-old chestnut gelding,
purchased only a few weeks ago from
Tiouts K. Liggett of Boston. He had
pr> viously qualified hy winning the middleweight
class. Jack McDonald, who
selected him for Mrs. Hoisted, rode him
It'these classes, hut Mrs. Halsted herself
rode the green four-year-oM over
Iln jumps In the class for pairs of hunt- |
Saddle horse enthusiasts, and the
Garden was full of them, thought they
saw tiady Beck and Harry McXair virtually
decide the lightweight champie.rnhip
at the afternoon show. The test
came in competition for a lady's riding
whip once owned by Charles Dickens
arid presented by him to a friend In England.
Tt was offered by the publisher
of* the Spur as a prize for the best
ladies' saddle horse in the show, first
and,second prize winners In all ladies'
classes being eligible to compete. Tne
four that responded to the bugle call
made up the most select and interesting
fleld of the week. There were Miss
.Tajiioe l,iggett's champion of last season,
Bohemian Actress: Miss Ivy P. Maddi- j
son's converted hunter Myopia, a re- J
peafed winner this week: Mrs. Walter
TI. Hanley's own Driftwood Blaze, a
ohsmpion of champions, and little Mis.-,,
Kacherine Kennedy Tod's famous English
mare Soeptre, whose winning record
si the National Horse Show has never
been surpassed.
tlrlftwoml VIInr<* in knrm.
Both Driftwood Blaze and Sceptre
were unbeaten at the Garden this seaeon
when they entered the rlrye, and of
course It oame <lown at last do a dual
between these two. Mrs. Hartley, who
as Miss Kllen Ttasmussen was a famous
professional rider before her marriage,
seemed to give Drift wood Rlar.e a great
advantage, but little Mtea Tod, srarcely
in years old. rose to the oerasion and
b irailed the high mettled English marn
Hi- iiiit' rsfnllv as .tlmmy ^ehweigi r
hlrusi If could have done. It was curb
a fTose thing that the Judges had the
horses stripped before awarding the
prise, which finally fell to Driftwood
plaite. That Sceptre or her youthful
rider had as many admirers . s the
t? inner was made plain by the ringing
rinvr" and Sppi.iU.' at tie. left tli"
ring wlt.li the reserve ribbon.
Mi hour before tl Is class was Judged
ilt/t llatdcy rode Driftwood Blase to
ifrtorj in competition for the Ullttnore
si.itf.inre fun a leg on which he had
pifliit the lintse Show of 1!>tS. Sceptre
ns for Mmc reason not entered In
In cln?a. but Inst year's winner, Itndl,ns
well ns Inst year's champion and
-r tinted horse*, came nut.
font by the brown geidi
Ji ,i.v star led If) his distil
n drove of Canadian war
few yonrs ago and thua raved
career In the show ring.
d after llie whip hail been
ndy Heclc differed with
Ve, Harry MoNalr, h*
ncrlls of Driftwood
jf, re. Lieut.-Col. Feline.
? i called In. sided with
p fnvor of the Hanley
iravn lilin the prize, but
ts said, lb I lined to sign
\' .1?|>-hi I n 1 t wn-vcgr
i niii tie Fire Lidy did not
t jn an ap' il'anee when the class for
drtlo ponies ridden by girls under fouriien
yeais of age was colled. 'Die cxeMdfm
eommlltee of tl Horse Show
iiarretl the wonderful .1 ,.c filly from
>, Pure Arabs
t ? \
Is Not Superstitious
of "13"?Only Careful '
Special Despatch to Tin Nitw Tobk
E ASTON, Pa.. Nov. 19.?Number
thirteen will not be worn by a
Lafayette College football
player In the annual game with Lehigh
here to-morrow. Manager Carl
T. Slgnian, who numbered the playjrs,
said Lafayette was not superstitions?only
It was stated to-night that In all
probability Lafayette will start the
?ame without having a permanent
captain. No captain was elected last
fall or this season. Frank Schwab.
:he sophomore guard, has been acting
captain in every game and no
doubt will ad so to-morrow.
y ;
further competition at the Garden after
her Identity as the registered pony Mysterious
was established, and though
rusiuir ?-*-* nnn-miMl 1U mu..> in
her stall. Mrs. F. P. Garvan's champion
Chestnut Blossom, ridden toy little
Miss Tod, had to be content with a
white ribbon this time. The blue went
to Miss Corlnne Poth's bloodlike little
four-year-old Never Bounce, that came
out In the novice class at^Qevon last
spring and has never since PC en defeated,
so his proud young owner-rider
says. Becky Lanier rode the winner of
second prize, Mary Rose, and Miss Constance
Regan, one of the cleverest of all
girl riders, was third with Thomas B.
Wanamaker's bantam hackney Maryland
Lpfty. It was officially announced
by the Horse Show committee that Mrs.
Garvan had made no protest or complaint
when Little Fire Lady defeated
Chestnut Blossom on Thursday. Patrick
O'Connell himself Is said to have betrayed
the secret of the two-year-old
winner's identity and ageBeautifully
driven by Mrs. Pauline
C. Hays of New York to a George IV.
phaeton, John L. Bushnell's champion
mare The Whip won the Sandy Point
Challenge Cup, offered by Reginald C.
Vanderbilt, for the best registered hackney
harness horse In the show. William
II. Moore's international champion
Bountiful, A. W. Atkinson's Dragon Fly.
Mrs. Loula Long Combs's Reputation and
Franklin B. Jourdan's Irvlngton Ganymedo
were among the other entrants. It
was The Whip's second victory In competition
for the trophy, but she was
owned bv Miss Constance Vnnclnln when
she scored in 1918, and this win does
not count for Mr. Tlushnell, who must
win it three times to make it his property.
Mr. Moore's old harness champion, 1
Lord Seaton, made his appearance in !
double harness with Moncrieff in the appointment
class for ladies' park phaeton
pairs. Mrs. Combs drove Animation
and Admiration, winners on Thursday,
but both pairs were beaten by Miss Isabella
Wanamaker'3 brilliant chestnuts,
Eve and Netherall's Pride. In the pair
class on the evening programme Mrs.
Combs drove her big bays, Revelation
and Reputation, and won from Mr.
Moore's Ruxton and Pride's King.
After a run of rather harrl show ring
luck Isaac H. Clothier's hunters came
into their own in the class for hunt
teams, which was the spectacular feature
of the evening: show. Mr. Clothier,
in hunt colors, rode the gigantic chestnut
gelding King Daly, by Imported Sea
King: his whip was on Sir Linsin, a
thoroughbred horse that won the King's
Plate at Toronto a few years ago, with
Challenger to complete the trio that
won. Miss l.lggett's team was second,
Rally Farms' third and Charles I).
I-anier's team fourth.
The Sunday World Pinal Indoor Swimming
championships will be held in the College of
the City of New York pool on Saturday
morning. January in, starting promptly at
to o'clock. Only those schools tltat took pert
In the meets held during the fall season will
be allowed to enter.
The Sunday World final Indoor swimming
of the New York State league championship.
will play til" Brooklyn Professionals
to-morrow night at Arcadia Hall. Brooklyn.
The Troy lineup "III luelud" Jerry Sullivan,
Chief Muller, Chid* Leonard, Jake Puller
and i'utch Delinert.
VVla<!?'k Zbynxko and "Stranglor"
wound up training ywtirday for their finish
wrestling bout which 'aIH take pla^e Monday
night nt the Heventy-flrst Regiment Armory.
Hoth announced after their final workout*
that they were in thd beat of shape.
r ;
Winners of Ribbons Y
at the
Class l?Thoroughbreds, running horses In
IwM lUlUOi. three y<ars or nv r. First.
Chief Rally, b. s.. owner. Troop K.. N. Y.
State Troopers; recond, Onnadore, b. g.,
owner, Remount Service; third, rjreok E< irend.
br. s., owner, Remount Service: fourth.
Zenith, br g., owner. Remount Service.
Class Stallion, three years ui ovei, suitable
as a sire of thoroughbred rare horses.
First. Greek legend, br. s., owner. Remount
Service; second, Chief l.ally, b. s., owner, J
Troop K.. N. Y. State Troopers; third, Ganador,
l> s., owner, Remount Service; fourth.
Zenith, br. a., owner. Remount Service.
Olrss 40?Yearling colt or filly. Judged for
suitability to become a saddle hor: o. First,
Ho. lock, ch. owner. John Moll. Ilowman;
second. Money Glen, ch. f., owner. John McE. 1
Ilowman: third, Hetty ftltie, h. in., owner. |
(1 right home Farm; fourth. Regalia, ch. g..
owner, Rrlghthome Farm.
Class 41?Two yew r>ld colt or filly. First.
Appletwig. ch. f., owner, John McE. Rowman;
second, Sinn Felner, ch. g . owner.
Harvey S. l.nrlew: third, IViughboy, b. g.,
owner, llnrvey H. Ladew; fourth. Rest's Motile
Mo., hlk. in, owner, O. R. Rrown.
Class 42?Yearling colt or filly, bulged for
suitability to berome a hunter. First, Home
Rule. b. c., owner, Harvey fl. Fadew seeond,
Hetty Rltie, eh. m., owner. Rrlghthome
Form: third, Regalia, ch. g.. owner. Ilrlght!
home Farm; fourth, C.lendatice, ch. c., owner.
John McE Bowman.
Class 44?Colt or fillies, one year old and
tinder two, Judged for saddle type. First,
Roelock, ch. s , owner. John McE. Ilowman.
I second, Hettv Blue, oh. f.. owner. Rrlghthome
! Farm: third. Regalia, ch. c.. owner. Ilrlghl
home Farm; fourth. Relle of Bbo, ch. f..
owner, R. Fawreneo Smith.
Clase 4.V-Colts or fillies, two years old and
under three. Judged for saddle type. First,
Appletwig, ch. f . owner John McE. Ilownun .
second. Best's Mollb- Mc? blk. f., owner. O.
F Rrown.
Class -Ml?Colts or fillies, one year Old sod
under two; first Judged for hunter type.
First. Hettv Rlue, ch. f.. owner Rrlghthome
Farm: second, Regalia, ch. c.t owner Rrlghthome
Farm; third. Tulips, gr. f., owner J.
M. .Martens.
Class dT?Arabian stallions. any .iieiani.
under natldlt-. First, Sarfton. rh. s., owner.
\V n Hrown; .lemnd, Janissary, ch. a.,
owner. \V. R. Rrown; third, Abelryd, ch. ?.*
owner. W. It. Drown; fourth. Blnbad, cl>. a.,
owner. W. It. Hrown.
Class t.*>8? lleavywelifht hunters. up to rarilylng
"hO pound* to hound*. First. Goldfinder,
ch. owner. Quansett Farm*: second,
Hall> Hay. br k . owner Ofow Watson
third. Monadttoclc, h. a., owner, Peter T.
itorhc. fourth. Hercules, I). H , owner, Mr*
F S. TVnhody.
Class US Arabian brood maroa. anv helcht.
under saddle Kldat. Qiilnare, wh, trt..
owner. W It. Hrown: serontl. Noam. ch. m.J
owner. tt . ft. Brown: third, ltaiula. h. m..
on iter, IV. It Hrown: fourth. Frehla, rh. m..
o) tier, Squadron C Form.
i'Iosm t?rj -fjuallfled h?svywilRht hunters.
First. Boltlnn. eh q.. owner. Charlos D. i
; Hauler: second, Kin* Pal.v. rh. owner,
j Irnitr If. Clothier, Jr . third, Judse, hr. K .
[owner, laaae fl clothier, Jr.; fourth. The
, Whip. h. r . owner Quanaott Farm*.
] f'laxa 1H| ?Champion clip, for horses suita
tile to beenme hunter* First. Bobolink, ch.
j , owner, Mrs. It H. flalated. second. Ooltlflndcr,
ch. g, owner Quanaett Karma.
''lass 15S?tJhlfdrc".'s ponle*. under anddle.
Flint. Mary Roe". sr. to . owner. John E. i
Woodhotise: aecond, Maryland l.oft.v, eh. in.,;
owner. Thomas fl tVanamaker. Jr : third,
Twti Topics, t,. r , owner. Mrs A Rutled*e
Hmlth. fourtb, Nn|lt. h. in., owner, John
M F. How man
( Inn* III -T ains of three hnrness horses
First, I,om!r Ions Coinhs's team; aecond.
I William II Moon a team third, John t,.
HtrrhneH'a t- ain; fourth, It. l.awreice Smith *
I tram.
1 i'!ass I" I Children'* ponies, under saddle.
First. Ne) er Itouno*. h n., ow ner, Ml *
ijorlnnc f'otb I'-eond. Mary Rose, rt in .
owner. John II Wrwidftousr, third, Mar.vlppil
and High Cl
Fully 13,000 Persons Sit,
Stand or Walk Through
ham night's spectator at the Horse
Show who turneil his hack upon the
attractions within the arena and toox
in only the crowd in the boxes, seats
end promenade, looked at the largest
audience this week. An expert in
crowds estimated that at least 13,000
persons sat, stood or walked through j
the three hours of the session. The at- j
tendance reached the best record of preceding
Horse Shows in the Garden in
several years. The directors were in
genial mood as they looked upon tin- j
animated scene from their Kllzabethan j
cottage over the "Madison avenue en- \
? ?utou (Inrv-ick r?P urnllrorl ahnnt i
the promenade to enjoy the concentrated
discomfort there. Promenading
was resolved into a Jostling jaunt.
Further to give an added touch of
importance to last night's session. Governor-elect
Nathan I... Miller and former
Gov. Horace White were there. They sat
in the box which In the afternoon was '
occupied by Gen. Pershing. The latter I
enjoyed the matinee to such an extent I
that he made known his intention to !
return for to-day's matinee.
In the big audience were some persons
of consequence In society here and in
other cities. If some other persons
whose names used to be recorded in the
personal chapter of a night at the Horse
Show were absent, other persons have ;
come to take their places in boxes or
seats, if not in the lists of "among those
present." Thus the annual equine exhibit
in the Garden holds its own as a
public attraction.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Egerton Webb. Mr. '
and Mrs. Jorge Andre and Mrs. Frederick
Johnson had Reginald C. Vanderbilt's
box last night. Mr. and Mr. Koul^
Haight sat just back of them in arena
seats. Foxhall P. Keene had a party in
his box. No. 38, and near him in arena
seats were Harris Fahnestock and E.
Victor Loew.
Unlit. Baron de Villiera du Terrage
and his bride, who was Miss Ruth King,
joined friends In box No. 77.
Interest was lent to the gathering of
vesterdav afternoon when Gen. John J.
Pershing arrived, accompanied by his
aid. Col. J. D. Queckmeycr. They went
to an arena box on the north side of
the garden, joining Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wood of
Lincoln, Neb. Just before the entry of
the artillery class Mr. Pierre Lorillard,
Jr.. went to the box and escorted Gen.
Pershing and his .aid to the ring, and
the gallant soldier received much applause
when it was seen that lie was
Tuxedp Park again was represented
by a party in one of the arena boxes
that included Mrs. Price Post, Mrs.
Pavid NVagstaff, Mrs. Forsyth Wickes
and Mr. Bruce Price Post. In a box
adjoining were Mrs. J. M. L. Itutherfurd
and Mr. and Mrs. Griswold Lorillard.
In the box with Mr. and Mrs. Esmond
O'Brien were Mrs. Pierce H. Butler, Miss
Estelle O'Brien. Mrs. Nion Tucker of
San Francisco and Mrs. Allen Lowry.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wolcott Hub- ;
hell, Mrs. Hubbell Rowland and ('apt. j
George W. Ilubbell, Jr., watched the [
judging from a box on the south side of j
the ring.
Among others who watched the
judging were Mr. and Mth. Whitewright
Watson, Mrs. William II. Force, Mrs.
Samuel Willets, Mrs. William Guggen- .
helm. Miss Louise Grace, Miss Louise I
Alger, Mr. arid Mrs. Algernon Daingerfleld,
Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wlllock, J
Mr. and Mrs Charles <1. West. Jr.; Mrs.
I'ercy H. Stewart. Miss Marion Tiffany,
Miss Geraldine Clendenln, Mr. Herbert
L Satterlec, the Misses Mabel and
IOleanor Satterlee. Mrs. Morgan Belmont,
Mrs. Charlea 1). llalsey, Mrs. Uufus L.
Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Wright Barclay,
Sir Adam and Lady Beck. Miss Pauline i
Robinson and Mrs. Charles A. Dana.
Among the men were Messrs. Poxhall
Keeno, W. Archer Thompson, Igiwrence
McKeever Miller. George Macculloch
Miller. Devereux Mllhurn, Wlllia-ti Thaw
3d, Julian Gerard and Walter P. Bliss.
National Horse Show
Lofty, rh. m.. owner, Thomas B. WanftriiH^T.
Jr.; fourth, Chestnut Blossom, ch. rn., owner,
Mrs. I". I*. Oanin.
Class 112 Hackneys, shown In hnrn -,i. |
First, The Whip, oh. m., owner, John L.
Bushnell; KMonJ. Bountiful, b. m., owner,'
William If Moore.
Class l 12?Best saddle horse, Judge 1 for
suitability for park riding. First, Io-ifi*ood
Blaze-, br. K.. owner. Mrs. Walter II. Hani' >
second. Bohemian Actress, b. in., owner. Mis-;
Janice Liggett.
Class 101?Tandems, ponies not exec.-ding
1.1 1 in ?ds. First, Fulgora. b. m., and !' .iai r .
b. rn., ow in r, Mis* Janice Llgytt second,
fJewyn King, ch. and Llewjn Kmp-ror.
rh. h , o .nor, Luther Tucker; third, 811 v? . i
Tips I. and Htlvod Tips if., gr. . owner,
Mrs. K. IV Gurvan.
cin ^ ?M? Artillery team I ir?/. Nhi*
teenth KMd Artillery, Port My. - Virginia.'
second, Fnltcd Htat-s Annv. Cernp Knox.
Keitink\ third. First IHxMnn. Camp TMx.
N. J.; fourth. First Pulsion, Camp I ?i\. N. J.
Class 70? Roadster < harriplonshlp <single
harnessL First, Col. Btroller. eh. k . o . r,
Ito.?ert E. Mor? land . swornl, Speculation,
blk. c.. owner, L'-ula Long Combs.
CI.is- 1 I.V?L&dies' saddle horse championship.
First. 7 >rl ft woo J Blaze, hr. g <>wi r.
Mrs. Walter If. H antsy; eo. I. S . pt: I
rn.. ner. Miss Kalherlne K Ted
c!a#;? 104?Tandems, norsc ?'x> ??? ti >g 1 1
First. Bountiful, h m., and Buxton, b. g..
owner. William If. Moore ? ,*#.nd. M.?crid .1
K . nnd Ideal Matblee. rh. twnor, V \V
Atklneon: thir?l. Mr>ntp?>1|pr Pearl, eh. m., |
and Waddington fleet or, eh. ?., owner, j
K^f-vklin B. lourdan, fourth.
f lO.V? Four In-hnndw. Firgt, M - Jan
i? Clguett. pemnd. Mr*. P. flarvan.
Cl'*** 17,'i?Ladle*' qualified thor uglthrrd
humer\?, to be rlddon by Indie*. over foui !
foot (ivKia llfMti Btw p? at I. gf, m*? i
owner, ltrlghthom?? Farm; nerond, Ilav* a
IP-art, b. k., owner, Mrs. John ?i. r,rr it, j
Jr.; third. H?td Klaa, b. rn., u*n?r, Bright- j
home Farm.
Pla ? 1HO- (iraftou broad lump. rir?t, At
tonne, b. gf. ownar. T,. F. Ifaynep < ond,
irlah Lam, br. in . owner, tl?*orge Wnt' >n. ,
Clam* (10? Heat Arabian, tinder middle. Fit t,
Bedoura, br. in., owner. Ml aw Kdlth I?: *-.?? I..
aerond, Ramla, b. rn., owner, VV I;.. Brow ?t;
third. Hargon, eh. p.. owner, \V. B Brown,
fourth, Noam, rh. m., owner, W. P. Brown
Cltffp O.V-Palr of mare* ot gelding . ahowvi .
to lady'p phaeton. Indie* to drl\ Flmt.
Kva., ?h. m . and N?therhaH'i Bride, eh.
g. ow ner. Ml"" Isabella Wnnamnker ,
end, Lord fl?aton. b. k., and Monrrelff, b.
owner, William 11. Moore, third, AnltrmMon,
rh. m., and Admiration, owner, Lnula Bona
Cotnha; fourth, Hxceaaive, b g . and M\
preaaive, l>. k . owner, Mr*. Joaaph t) Bylventer.
C'la*p Ill-Challenge ''up for beat A met"
bred haekney pony, not exceeding 11.2 hand'
First, Mlghtv Mite, rh. m. owner. Cespills
Farms; 'erond, Bantam Bracelet, t?. p..
owner, William II. Moore.
C'laap BO?Pair*, ovtr 15. .1. Klret. Re vein
tlnn. b. in . and Reputation, b. to . !? 1 or.
Louln Long ' 'onibw ptrond, litis ton b v .
and Prl-le* King, br. g., owner, William II
Moor* third, frvlntton Ganymede, rh. p .
and Falrvlew Prince**, eh nt., ow ner, F. B j
Clasp 168?For three qualified hunter* from
one hunt, to he shown by the ma?ter whip or
member* of the hunt In hunt uniform; no
uniform* and appointment*, conformation
and quality and performance ovor fen-'- ?
count. Flrat I ;?n< II. t'loMiter, Jr.'< team
xocond, Mian Janice Idgr- tt'a nam third,
1 Fnrma'a tnin fourth, Charl"* I?.
I.fiii t > ? lllll
t '1m*# "01!?.lumper", r?\ t tin notlf*?>
team* of two of fir it* of tie aarne ni'Monalby
over fence* tun abrm^t. Fit*!. I* F \rnt.v.
Camp Knox; acroinl, Hendoim''"-!-* s"pbb.
tbT^ral of the Armlea; third, Hea?l<juai tern
Htahle. Oenoral of the A'mlc*.
Ciaaa 1*:i~HIprh Jump, n?--* <; a* n? -?
Nrutin r. oh. owmr, ^41 , I' s i' -nho?l>
n*Cr?nd, MofUi'lilne, i ?>wtn r. ? 1? t r bl II
l>emp*'vv W inning h rnp <1 f et 0 hn lie .
!ass Saddle h
t \
To-day's Programme
for the Horse Show
I lass 1 IK?H Shetland ponies In harness.
lias* 7 puna-* in harness. nut exceeding
12.2. Hriien by children. amateurs.
J. W. liurrimun and It. C.
Vundrrbilt Cups.
Pin-* 101?13 urtlllrr) horses, shown in
hund. Harry E. Hoy I up.
Class 11 ft?.1 pail* of Mictlaiid |H>nini In
< lu*? 1 :m>?7 machine Kuri cart*. J. Peril
Johnson, Jr., ( up.
Clans I?I pair* of ponies, oicr 13.3
and nut exceeding 14.2.
< lus* 30?Championship; pony stallions.
< las* 1 ?!)?Championship; pair* of ponies
in harness.
(las* lo*?11 children'* ponies, oirr 12.3
und not exceeding 14.2; ridden by children
under 12 year* of age. uniateiirs.
t in** 12H?Championship; ponies in hurIMSS.
( Ins* I.V>?Championship; ponies under
saddle. John K. Madden Cup.
Clue* IKS?H ponies oier jump* 3 feet (i
Inches high; ridden by girls under 14
yeur* of age.
(lass 07?Cliampionship: single harness
liorses, over 14.2 and not exceeding
15.2. Harry Content Cup.
/'I..-- flU , I........l..n-l.t... hui'ns.
)ior?e?, over 15.?. Charles I>. Lanier !
(las- Mfi?Championship; saddle horses,
utrr 14.3 and not exceeding 15.3.
Charles K. Coxr Cup.
Clasn 147?Championship; saddle horses,
evcwdlng 15.2. liufu* L. Patterson I
Clank !>!)?Championship; pairs of harness
horses, nvcr 14.2 and not exceeding
15.2. Ilavid T. Matlack Cup.
ClasH 10!)?Championship; |iain) of liar- |
in us liorsew exceeding 15.2. K. T. |
Stotesbury Cup.
Class IM7?12 ponies, over .jumps 3 feet 8 j
Indies high; ridden by boys under 14 |
years of ace.
Class 174?Championship; heavyweight
liunlei's. I>r. Thomas (1. Ashton Cup.
Class 175?Championship; middleweight
hunters. The I'laza Hotel Cup.
Class 178 ? Clutinpioiialiip; lightweight j
hunters. W'iilium II. W luiainukcr, dr.,
I up.
Class 108?17 heavyweight officers'
chargers; ridden by officers in uniform.
v Col. Frank II. Keech Cup.
( lass 208? I'oio pony teams of tliree |
mounts each; post entries.
First polo cliukker.
Winners of Tliursdny's game vs. win- 1
aers of Wednesday's game.
Class 188?Hunters for the John It. j
Tovvnsend Flute.
Second polo cliukker.
Winners of Thursday's game vs. win- j
ners of Wednesday's game.
Kvhibition of machine gun curts.
exhibition of six horse urtillery gun
Class 205?Indoor polo tournament; teams >
of three mounts each; post entries.
(lass 206? Lightweight polo mounts
pin>ing in tli?? toirrnnyient; |ic:sf entries.
(lavs '?0"J?Heavyweight polo mounts
pluving in th" tournament; post entries.
< lass ?lM>?I'olo mount tournament championship;
Iiutit and Kenvy weight polo
mounts playing in the tournament.
Class 1st?'?K hunters or jumpers, over
triple liars, performance only to count.
The Commodore Cup, presented by John
McK. Bowman.
S ?J
Hubert Crcsple, the one arm billiard player.
last night lost to (?us Gardner by the scant
margin of one point In the interboro pocket
blTHarri championship tournament In the Rational
ltecreation of Brooklyn. The score
was 100 to 1MB Crespie had n high run of
10, while his opponent's best cluster was 13.
The Public Schools Athletic League will
conduct the fourth series of the high schools
dual swimming meets to-day at Columbia
University pool. These series have been in
operation since October ,'10. Ten teams have
entered and exciting contests in each of the
dual meets should result.
nown: RACETRACK, Nov. 1
| ') | I 1'UtST HACK?For maiden two- yetu oti"-huIf
f u rlom;*. Slart Rood. V
1 :1I4. Winner, cti. f.. 2, by liallot?i
IjANP. Trnlner, W. M. Wiilluee. T
Index. Hour. Wt. IT. Mi 1
? Mill., Pleura... 111 T 11 - "Hi 3'4 2
1224 Hblnestone 114 H ' 4' 1" 1'
12:10 Mo]lie names. 111 4 ? r>h 41 r.
1U7T ;-''nun'h Ill II 1 3 2 3
11.13 Parhelion 114 2 7 2 7 il
1224 Annette's Sister lit I 3 1" H *
1221 Pansy Ill "> 4 S 9 7
1137 Ilrlyanna 111 ? <1 ? 1"
<*:, Purl 114 Pi 9 ti .">
1231 Knst. Princes.s lit 6 10 11 11 11
12114 Acli H.i Ill 3 a 1 li 19
Mill- Fleurs. off slow, came around lead
loplnj*. Ithim -stone had plenty of early speed
ground fa<t. Pari if lion was plnehed bark at I
BIIp'ots Annette's SN'er, Parhelion, Moll!
Scratched?Margery M.
1 > J SJ3 < 'NI > ! t.\<" I: Claiming. For t .vo
I? ro fbrlnup Wln.n r, b. f., 2, by Sea l<
\. HKFlOLlh Start good. Won ea
Time. 1 23
Index. Home. Wt. PP. St. L % V. "
1231- King's Belle... !? 7 'J lh 1* 1
1237 Lady Granite.. In7 'J 7 tP 3'1 2
1113 Fading Star .. pf.? ! H 71 4? 3
it::; r.iark Top . pit 2
1223 Crlm. Rambler 11"? 1 3 .*? 7 ?
el... r.<?> . in; s i n 2 1
1237 Tut t . IV. 4 It H M R
- Folly i"7 r. i i c. 7
King's Polio rushed Into long load car1> h
world of ground from a -Ions beginning. Fad
Hon Rambler had no . peed.
Blinker Tut". I-V.dliiif Stnr and King's lit
|.)||; TMlliH IL\C;: For maiden*. All kk
I m I'll W'o-i : i I'l.i. i dflvitik Post. 2
Lri' lgli Tutu ati Red. Owner, S.A
1 ?i? 1 ".
fnd. \. Il? i ' Wt. PP. St. !| K i
11H3* T;im Mai *n <?3 it II #4 :.h 14 I
1227 Hlr ClarVe.im 1 2 2V, 2?, 2* 2
lior. P ir c . .. 114 in m li n* 74 "?
12b? Ma<*b?r.la**k l*s 11 in 7 II ?? '
I bin* L It. \ *w'k 1??7 4 7 4 7 *
II sj p. .1 .?if? - i ! 11 h u ; 3
, ? N. ?Twice in r. u t? io i?>
1121 5 i .V Pa, : K?7 : 1 1 I t 7
1232 Old Rose.. Ill 7 4 3 H 0 "
12is Had!*- t>... 107 !* 3 t *
p. ai is;, n I t; jo it 11 11
Tu?i an Maiden drew away easily. Sir t'h
ground fa*?< Master Jaek ,uit.
Blink*, r i?Sir dawn . Lady Ib v < rw y< k, 1
Scratch* <' Nomia and Wilton Meteor
i .> j 7 i trth R iCK < latraftaf For ttii
I - II
Trainer. c?. M. Odom. Start good.
07. Time. I 17 1
Index. Horn* Wt. PP. S . 4 4
11J42 M'd < >.' r fPla. 1'f? 11 | 2" 1
II : v ,1,11m ICI.IK 11: 12 h 3
<\jfi]) Tnr'f * v::: mi ir? *. ??.. 4 ~
121*- ArnH'kassin ... 11.'t 8 IU J' " *
11.' M 11 ? I I 7 ??
j.v? oniff. .. ins :: il' s * *
' :? Mun r. . p?-. i? 11 11 11 p?
xoo T M It. It-Ian II 11f? 7 ft .: ' 7
? M<ny F'ant... 113 2 .'{ 1 1 '
Trapping Ml 0 11 11 11
Kitty Jolmnon. jw l "? 1 n !
.W? Ardfto no 1 :< 11 J i 12 !
11hH1 i'iiiiippl< ...II.: ; i:i i.; i : i:i
Mead Mv? r fleeI4 followed th pH<-? < I??b? I ?
Kelly mailt' up ground fant. Turf went wide f<
*pe*?l, but tlv' 0.
Ill Infer ra- Truat, Merry Onl-n. Kltl>
II., Amarkftaaln. Head Over H? ? ]m. Saftitu> ^
Hcratr l Malfotln, l,un? ly, .few Ni
j?>|J) KII'TH RAFK? For \hw-y -arold
? * '' 91.3-13.94 on. mll<' i.n?i fv.nn wi
IVi.t, .! 110. (iff V< Wlnn-i. ti. '
AIMIALE Trulner. IV M Tnvl-v
In.l-v. 1 inrti \v- ri'. ft.
HI" -Vur fry.. |<? I
( li'an (tone 10# I "J i!? 'J1 1 '
r :i W. VMM. 141 14 4 4 4 4
HOP 1' Hwaln.. MM .Till
Wni fry < imp i pr; i<l- . rlo?cil vi i a i
(Inn- held on namely WiuhI Violet i*? ' '
tlrv.l ' .ml
firrntehi'd- Veteran. Tom MtTnrsart. Hall1
|.H(| MWII HA' 1 or
1 " ! I'tn! ft :virr * >
off. I IV.-. Wlmn r. Iir e I? '
VIll.INi ;TI IN Trnlnor. .1. Julirnt
Frill** Mors-. Wi PI' SI. \ *
12.H4? Imrtl HVrt 114 I tl 7 1' 122-"
Alhort A... Ill 'I '.",1 1 1
122V Hum f-'IKh III 2 :t' .1 '
121.1 1 Monr-.i 101 i i. I
1211 Ht. Il'inn'r. 1011 1 10 '
1221 A. IVur II. WVI | 1 0
1277 M Ant'to 101 -7 r. 7 7 '
Ia 1 llrrlmrt rnovnl up fnM on tin" r\ir. n
AII'iti A, mil nil 111.' srv-tl ;i iu fc-l'l - fll
Sun* I'mr Jl null bftilly Mml- Antoir ' ?
llliriMr" Mnrlt" Antnliiotti, Humim i High,
HrrRtvliiul?Unln ilu (num. King John.
| .> ? i | I i V UN'I'll IIACI'T?ClalniliiL' l'-i It
I m "" mih> I. n'I n iliittnih. WIiiiit. i
W. rKNWIPK Trplnor. win
I . - >fl. 4 'V Tint- t 2
lute* II tixi \V I'l' HI. i, *
1211- lli'fuKr llli 1 ; i' r r
1 ::m rii?i. . Ii'.l * M 'ji ut
122" Kind trip II lo.'l i, I 2 '-j J I p
1220 At n Im'ml. 112 2 2 .'! .1 1
122' K< I* 10i| 7 i *i. II H ,,
12201 Wllf rwlp .. 10.1 .II I 1 1
1722 Hi ' Ul> 111! I : 7 7 0 7
I;! "? Illy 100 fl S x 7 >.
It-lii .. rnovotl up f*?t Hurl just K?'1 ill' t,
. unit-I* Kii i ilnu !l. ilr-ti. ;4ontImontr . *.i
1111r11.11 ft*fun?, wiifituis. mil up, k
H-vnit lit tl Am inn, U Dlno-aurt.
lounts Feature
Alaskans Are Beaten, 1ft to 4,
in Special Match in the
* "
A special match between the losers of
polo matches played on Monday and
Wednesday at the Horse Show brought
the Boston and Alaskan teams on the
tanbark In Madison Square Garden last
night, and after two chukkers of wild
galloping and still wilder hitting the
Rn.lnnlono ,nn W M,? rather one sided
tally of 18 goals to 4. The Alaskans,
who, by the way, hall from Brooklyn,
had a handicap of 5 goals, and this
brought their gro*s total up to 9 goals.
From the moment the game started
the Bostons were In the lead, elderly by
better team tactics and hitting. At the
close of the first chukker the figures
stood 10 to 1 In their favor, and 'hey
kept on adding to their total uniil the
game ended.
Rafferty, formerly a West Pointer, led
In the hitting for the visitors with a
total of 9 goals. Then Dr. Bla< kwell
took a hand at Increasing the tally, and
this he did so well that he barely fell
short of Uafferty's figure by one goal.
Anderson was the best man for his side,
as he knocked four goals through the
goal posts.
The lineup :
Pes, boston. H'eap. Pos. Alaskans. H'cap
1 J. W. Rafferty... 4 j Snow 2
2 Dr. J. B. Black'1. H 2 R. E. Anderson.. 4
Bk. J. C5. Dempsey. 4 Rk. J. D. fevers... 3 j
Total 14 Total S
Net score?Boston, 10; Alaskans, 1.
Net score?Boston, 8; Alaskans, 3
Total net scores?Boston, 18; Alaskans, t. |
with .1 goals handicap added to Alaskans 4 j
made a gross total of 9 goals.
Individual goals?Rafferty, ft; Blnekwell, J
8; Dempsoy, 1; Anderson, Devers, 1
Officials?Referee, Major D. O. Nelson. I
Timekeeper?Mr. Basil Grant.
Ilrfnilii Cooper I nlon nankethull
Tenm by S5 to 2li.
Pratt Institute's basketball team of
Brooklyn yesterday defeated the'
Cooper Union five on the Brooklynites'
court by 55 to 2fl. The Ityerson street
boys held the upper hand throughout\
the contest and led by 25 to 15 at the
completion of the first half. The
Pratt (53). Cooper Union *2fi).
l.ary , l.eft forward Rosso
S'-harfran Right forward Areome I
Kruser Centre liudwlg j
I.ntnendo l.eft guard Ehrllch i
Murilgle Right forward Artllo
Field goals?l.arv, 5; Seharfran, 11 ; Kruser, j
I.ameitdo, 2: Munich, 4; (tail. Rosso, 2: Ar- i
come, Ludwlg, .'1; Stlro, 3. t?oal.? from foul |
?Seharfran, 11; Rosso, 7; Ludwlg. Substitutes?Stlro
for Ludwlg: Hall for Kruser. |
Hi'ferei?Torfi Thorp'-, l>o I .a Salle Institute.
Time of halves, HO minutes.
ST. I.' iT.'IS, Nov. 19.?The unconditional
release ot Joe Gedeon, second baseman of
the St. I.ouls American Ecaguo club, was
announced to-day by Huslness Mftimger
i.ulnn. Gedeon testified before the Chicago
Grand Jury that he bet on the world's series
In 1019 after receiving Information It had
been "fixed." Every club in the majors
waived on Gedeon, Qulnn said.
0.?? Clears (nick alow.
rdds. l'illies. Purse. $1,143.64. Five and
Von (a ily. Place name, Post, 1 :X\ <>ff,
11 i* Crittenden. Owner, J. W. McCLKLlm.\
! io
i Fin. Jockey. St.. PI. flh.
l- P.oMnson .... $10.20 |n:'0 $:..20
1 2* Weiner ? 13.70 8.10
1 3? Miller ? ~ ?
I My ere ?
Keough ? ? ?
0 Johnson ? ? ?
7 Mooney ? ?
H Morris ? ? ?
: Pierre ? ? ?
10 HeUpH ? ?
11 Hutu el! ? ' ? ?
ere, assumed lend In stretch end won ?alancl
held on well. Mollis Rarnei made up
far turn ami never recovered.
Barnes, Pansy, Brlganna and Staunch.
year-olds. Purse. $1,143.64. Six and a half
sing?B? lie Nelson. Owner and trainer, F.
wily. l'la< ?' same. Post, 2 ;03. Off, 2 04.
, Fin. Jockey. Ht. PI. 8h.
1 l.? waster .... $0.40 f.l.no * $2..Vt
3 2' Bobln ? 10.&0 r,.io
1 3* 1(? upel ? ? 2.90
4 Amn ? ? ?
Welner ? - ?
0 Jorvls ? ? ?
7 Fames ? ?
s M: rs ? ? ?
id v en galloping. Lady Clmnlto made up a
Ing Stai went wide for entire trip. I'rlm!le.
Put $1.11'(.i;i. One mile. Start good. !
:3! Off. 2 32. Winner, hr. f.t 2, by Maiden I
Mi Kl. KOFH. Trainer, W. Hrouk*. Tim- .
; Pin. JocUrjr*. fit. PI. Bli.
I \\ Inn fo.^0 jo fj no
' 'j I low til ? 'J 00 *J 70
>2 : > Stirling ? * 20
I l.anraater .... ? ?
r? Mvcm ? ? ?
?; u ?n ? ?
7 Morrlti ? - ?
s IMI'N ? ?
0 IM.nr ? ? ?
10 Hepped ? ? ?
11 A i "0 ? ? ?
held on veil. Par Coy made op
;i111? i John on, Sadie !?. and Master Jack.
. < \ ir nil!* and upward. Piirno, fl lliiM.
If llell Flnir O^ner, KILHANK ST A HI.17.
Won .?n> PIaci driving. Pont, 6 06. Off# i
, I In. .l"'-K<-y. Si. PI ST.
1 ".. Mill, r $.Y.*in Ill
? *21 .lohfi'oii ? 6..I0 4.'i0
.; \frfahe ? ? 2.d0
I Uutwll ? ? ?
Stirling ? ? ?
?' a ron ......... ? ? ?
7 .larvln ?
N llrtlpOl ? ? ?
!i Pierce ...* ? ? ?
10 farewell ? ? ?
11 I.anraetfr .... ? - ?
1I,UK ? ? ?
I.I Mmrle
mil (In ? away aelly at end lo win. (tammy
>r crtlr trip. Merry l'eaat had |>l -nty of
.l(ilin.-< ii, Trapping, Philippic, Tic llclglan
,r l|y, At'hto.
t .. Hopeful, I.Utle Mauille, Nancy Ann.
nml upward The Old Potnlnlnn Puree,
ril 1'iar Rood. Won drlvlne. Place earn .
I, I Pimetar?Fair I.aerie. Owner. SI.
Time, I 'o
i rin. .luckev st Pi. ph.
I" Miller t I.?? 110.10
i 7' llomani III .... ? S..10 ?.
Mcupd ...
t Mooney .
end v e* nr> to win In lav etrlile ('Sean
Iru at end. I'aetornl y -nli
I Henrer II. and Cock n' the lionet,
md upward. flahnlna Puree fl,.'14.1.111.
Won ilrlvlnir. Place eani", Poet I 01.
IP'h rh? rt? Manranlta. Owner, l-.l?\V.\m>
n Time, I S.11.*..
1 I In. Jockey. St. pi. Sh.
i Ji' Kutwell St .70 9.1 o(i f 2 <n
, Miller ? t.r.o r, so
' ,'t1 .lohoeop V.IU)
i rliwart*
.* Aron ? ? I
fi Ihihln ? ?
* Mooney -- ?
ie noteld*. i.lrtecd fait and won y.inp ace'.
-uMiir tfuh found the ill'lance ion fat
a. pie I ally left at the |e?et.
tdird Herbert.
rr.- }T*r-o|il? unil upvunl. Pursr ?I 143.HI.
i it ii l>? llnnitiiim Ktr-I Kllulit <>? n?r.
it ipmil Won driving. P1?rr Kkiui*. f?M.
1 Kin. .lor key, 8! I'l Hit
1" Motrin f? 70 $'i.1?l fi.W
7' Amu * ? 3.40
ij :i? .trrvt* ? >- d ikt
I Inlinron ?
rtnrr# ? -
fl tlolipi-l ? ? ?
7 8ilr1l.nr ? ? ?
k .-If I' ?
i ,i!i, Kllirn, on 1h? uul.ildK. hrlrt on
cully m?i"1.
lints i*, l%roi?.
0, 1920.
: an Attractive
11 y DAN
Copvri'jht, 1920, by Th<
WITH the New York Bolting Col
weights and the announcemer
nan are to meet In Madison
fistic atmosphere in this city lias beeom
we are not particularly keen for a Den
to a Dempsey-Carpenticr meeting, we
which had a ratlier stifling effect on th
feel that they were hampered unduly i
Dempsey-Brennnn go completes .i very
den. Benny Leonard and Joe Welling \
night, (hi December 2 Joe Lynch will
on December 14 the heavyweight tussl
will lie Fete Herman against Lynch for
The bout between Dempsey and Bi
of a heavyweight champion in actual
191t>, when Jess Willard met Frank M
Garden. For a heavyweight champion
these parts we will have to go back ma
in? pages 01 iisnc nistory to mat nigtu
then the champion, knocked out Jim
twenty-third round at Coney Island. Ii
for twenty-two rounds Corbett piled up
of regaining his crown. Then Jim hoc
knew ho was rousing himself from a lii
Previous to the Jeffries-Corbett b
In this neck of the woods was fought at
ber 3, 1899, when Jeffries defended th
Siler, the referee, was called on to decidt
the combatants still were on their feet,
then came a storm of protest, for most <
which Sharkey was entitled was a di
$G6,300?a record, we believe, at that '
The Dempsey-Brennan affair no doubt v
Heavyweight fighting Iri the Clardt
messy thing in which Corbett and Kid
August 30, 1900?a bald faced arrangem
for years and years. Corbett "stopped" )
a gate of $56,350, out of which the "i
biggest "sell" in the history of America
Big Season for Billiard
This winter promises to be a mos
both professional and amateur. For W
be a very active one, indeed, for in ai
IVelker Cochran and Young Jake Scha
am* o, nu uu u?uul win miubl auuuiiru 1
arrived in this city the other day. Hoi
record. His forte is the line nurse, whi
hits perfected beyond the mt:it: to whi
ran 300 and averaged better than 60 a|
an 1.S00 point match, and ran T<33 an
2,400 points. However, it is a ijuestio
master of Hoppe's class. We would lil
We do not think that there is any d
Cochran and Schaefer, who came thro
In the amateur cue ranks there
international championship, which was
in 1912, we believe, and was won by
Germany sent 10. Poensgens, who was a
failed in his efforts here. He btumed
smaller than those to which he was acct
will send one or two cueists for an in
National Association of Amateur IBilliai
usual list of championships. New York
18.2 halkline tourney, which has been fl:
Sticks Nose [Ionic Ahead of
Clean Cone in Feature
Event at Bowie.
Sprrin' Drrpntih In Tint N"r? York Hkrai.*>.
Bai.timork. Nov. lib?Several close;
finishes an<! keen racing develop ' from
the running of a typical mid-weekday |
offering at Bowie to-day. Clear, moderate
weather attain prevailed and the at- (
tendance was well abov? the av. rage, ]
especially In the club section, the popu- j ,
larity of which has (frown daily. The |
track was fast In spots while water was : j
evident on other parts of it.
The finish In the Old n .minion purse. .
the day's monetary feature, proved Ij
worth the Journey. The quartet which j
competed passed the finish closely
lapped, with War Cry. the extreme out- .
aider in the speculation, a nose in from .
of Clean Clone, w hile Wood \ i"'et l<. j .
Pastoral Swain by about the same dis- | t
tatice, less than a length hn< k.
Prom a good start Pastoral Swiain
quickly assumed the lead, closely follow.
1 by Clean Oone. while War Cr>
galloped along well in ndvanc of tin j
heavily played favorlt Wood Violet \
The same order held until the final . .
turn, where Clean 'Ion' niovt .1 up 'tout- :
ly on the outside to l ike i momentary
!? m], which wa* voluntarily lost winn
!.. kUfM toward Uu Odter rail Mt 1 <
h sr ih* Ir or groan III. |
War Crj responded to urging and dr> I
up on the outside of Oesn Gone, an?i
Hie |p. ink' I an ex. Itlr.k tr .. . .. foi
lli.. remainder of tie rae< with Win
Cry gaining the verd'-t. Th. :C.ili*\ if
.Miller to outflnlsh Uninanelli >n.ild' I
War Cry t? V. ill. W ood Vi.der ?{1ei
bavin*-* 'ii ii trailer, found n d path
In the tret. |i and k d up in ih. I; '
stride to lake third n\ . r Pn stnrnl .v vain
There was a noisy d< monet rat (or :< f ?? *
the JudUfi iwarded It. fir t! I > It.fin*. tt.'
favorite To til" .. ?hlt
th" line it appeared thai ItfllVri got UP
the tin .1 -trid *. \ .* Ih< i ..j r * .
nrrrei-il and mnil? v.iin rir>m.indj? that
I'llnen's iMimber b?- : uhstitut<<l.
The N' v Vi-rk ih c i- nrr
heavily when Head Over 1 fe? !. ? to"lt (hi- \
Klmt Ttar? Tlx* I!"1"'' Hit PutM'1; I o ? .tr
olda: alx Rn<l * half furlnns?*
Pi,J..* Iloi Wt If. x II. i ?. \\ t
U40* I?r^ M??on 122 12|I?8 It M l,aittrh'n|n
!?1H T. Vr>rr?lirn??r102 inn ?"?it-f. v
I n?v?"latIon 10- lil.'l* I* tl. Mofii' > I"
1 ?.'IH I'tit KvitnUU
flk" oiul Unci*? ''lftlttvlnv: nil nn? alx and a ,
half furlonaa
Ipdox II?th. Wt Ii. d? , !!'?r W*
. i:\I.H MkM*U? ... 121 122 wt IM
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1212 *FP Jacl
f*'IV ll? '! ? M 4
i Day at the
New York Herald.
mmisslcn's lifting the ban on heavy- j
it that Jack Dcmpsey and Bill Bren- j
Square Harden ott December 14, the
e decidedly more invigorating. While
iVSey-Brt nnan bout us a preliminary
welcome the removal of a restriction
e game and made followers of boxing
n their enjoyment of the sport. The
interesting programme for the Garvlll
start the major cycle next Friday
have it out with Jack Sharkey, while
e will bo staged. On December 21 it
the bantamweight title.
ennan will mark the first appearance
combat In this city since March 25,
orati in their ten round scrap in the
ship fight to a referee's decision in
ny a year. We will have to turn.back I
: of May 11, 1900, when Jim Jeffries, j
Corbett, former title holder, in the
t was a most interesting battle, since
points and seemed to be on the verge
ume careless, and the next thing he
ttle sleep.
attle the biggest heavyweight tussle
Coney Island, on the night of Noveme
title against Tom Sharkey. George
;, for at the end of twenty-five rounds
Slier gave the fight to Jeffries, and
>f the onlookers felt that the worst to ;
aw. That fight attracted a gate of !
Lime, and the boxers divided $36,465.
. ill draw more than twice that sum.
?n has been under a pall cast by the
I McCoy figured in the old arena on
ent which killed the game in this State
McCoy in the fifth. That "bout" drew
. ontestants" got $30,810. It was the
n boxing.
Players 1> Forecast.
t active one for the billiard players,
lllie Hoppe, the balkline king, it will
Edition to defending his title against
efer, at the Astor, on December 6, 7
ioremans, the Belgian sensation, who
remans comes here with an excellent
oh the French cue experts declare he
ch Hoppe has brought it. Horemans
gainst l?uis Cure, the Frenchman, in
id averaged 80 in another contest of
n as to what he could do against a j
*e to see them matched in this city,
anger of 1-Ioppe's being extended by
nigh in an elimination series at San
is a strong movement to revive the
played for at the Liederkranz Club
the In mnnt(.f1 P\.r,t i.m ?
. wonder over on hts native baize, but
ir on the bails, which he said were
tatomed. The chances are that France
ternational amateur evitit here. Tho
d Players, of course, will run off its
is in line for a return of the national i
ttintr about these last five years.
, N
21 Miles of Seats
in the Yale Bowl
NEW HAVEN", Nov, 19.? An of.
fi> i;i l (| agram of the Yah j
bowl. Issued to-day, shows
.seats for about T.V'un persons. The t
sixty-seven rows of seats, if plated !
in a straight line, would extend
twenty-one miles. The top row seats
per on The grid Ton is 27 t? t
below the outside ground level and
the "pp< r seats 27 feet above.
At P. M November 15 tlie sun
Of'the"uifiylnK1"find" '
hird over tin biirtje.-d field of the tin>
ifter a .?ix f'irloni: sprint. She followed
lie early pace provided by tbe faint
icarted Merry Feast and assumed eommind
at t'ie home turn, but was doiiw
her best at the fl n I ??3i to withstand
burnt) Kelly's determined rush. Turf
)tttlasted Anookassln for third honors
if:tr the latter had hail a rouRh Journey
'rom a belated start.
Thi Jame.i \\. McClelland confederne>
ilippll d 11e usual daily winner In Mile.
[ ' 1 eur . saddled b\ Will Wallace. The I
il!> follow I tla early pa closely a.id I
lrew aw e . ly to a commandlm? tic- !
ry it the eti I Tie h< avtly supported I
favorite. Parhelion, was subjected to |
literlereiu that nffei ted her oerforrn- I
Kin?-!" 1! II. In Kr.ink Harold'* color".
iroved the enNicsd ?inner of the daj
Alien t>h? accounted for ihe oecond over
>rdlnary oiij?oaltk>n.
\ Reserve^
On Sa
Ivftot Ifi'll. < (llllll
X. V. lWh:.ll ( III
A. (i. !*paidinc \ lir
L'XTIL 10:30 .
After that at I
V ?*? . I Mwmmmmm??mm
Yale vs. Harvi
\ ( . *
\v i
story in detail which will
readers as soon as the battle
will telegraph a vivid descrif
spectators, the biggest on rcc
For best report c
Read (2J<I) ?
j ^" " " 'A9 W/vwwsss/MI,' 'i
? TT3
Horse Shou) i
New Yorker Lulus Kunrlh Victory
In CliloiRo Cue Tuuruf)',
Ohioaoo, Nov. 19.?John Daly of Nef
York to-day won his fourth straight
game In the preliminaries of the national
three-cushion billiard championHhip
tournament, defeating Jess Lean of
Denver, 50 to 39.
Hugh Heal of Toledo won hla first
game, scoring 50 points to 29 for Charleg
McCourt of Cleveland,
To-day's center attraction!
The Revision in men's
Winter suits.
Many now $50, $55 and
Blues as well as mixtures.
Handsome inside as outl
nave you seen our win*
ter weight *Scotch Mist
overcoats with authentic
Scotch tartans woven into
the underside of the goods?
All-leather shoes at part*
paper prices.
If you're any hand at
values?try our gloves!
'Repintcred trademark for our tairueathrr
MJ nut "irrn/ia?
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at 13th St. "Four at 34th St.
Broadway Corners" Fifth Ave.
at Warren at 41st St
J K' / o faWtfwri at7At 9
Litrht, Medium >
&. Heavy Wool (TjrJ 1
Shirts & Drawers, Jr^r
$1.83 t. garment.
Union Suits. $1.85
Broken Sizci -JSslitfK. W
Better grades to
$6.00 - |
Woolen Sport Sox $1.00 a pair
Flannelette Pajamas $2.50
RKft'T ARMORY. Ii'kiIi M. * ifwaj,
Spriiiil * print < h?mpion?liip and
Mnlrli Kjin- Tn-nisht.
Tirket* '?r? at N. ^ V?vio?1rom? Co.,
IW? " i \ . T l I"10 Murray lllll: 224
It if n, l r?ih si., ."<i a v., Ttl
Seats for
lie at ,
lbia I "iiivrr^itv.
ih. 1.? \Y Milt St.
t?s., 1?(5 X.'niau St.
Polo liroundn
S AT 2 P. M.
N AT 12:30 a
ard To-day!
For the most complete
account of the big football
game in the New Haven
Bowl read the Sporting editions
?bc mk&j*
Joe Vila, sporting editor,
will flash over a special wire
every movement of the ball,
together with a complete
be ready for THE SUN'S
1 ..
THE SUN'S Sporting staff
>tion of the crowd of 73.000
ord in this country.
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