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Will Be Southern Duplica Duplication Duplication Duplication ¬
tion of Vanderbilt Eventon Event Eventon Eventon
on Long Island IslandA
Course Will Be 366 Miles Over Beach Beachand Beachi Beachand
i and Roadway R4IlwayMlhor Minor Events Eventsj
j j en Program ProgramQRMOND Programi ProgramQRMOND ProgramQRMOND
QRMOND Fla Jan aA A grand IR IRttrnatlonal IRttoaUonal h hnaUonal
ttrnatlonal naUonal road race of M9 miles mt IN INrajjas 111mlj 311miles
rajjas mlj miles each day te now ft W being enthuatas enthuatastiially nUnaati
tiially ti ti < ally ly discussed d1 > by Motorists interested interestedin
in In the future of OrmondDaytona meets meetsThe MeetsThe t8 t81he
The plan has h received the unquallfled unquallfledai u unquat1edwotal qualldM qualldMp
ai p > i ro roal > c11 of several prominent ft4Mtt A A A A A Aofficials Atft Auttttala
officials tft lala and will be made a reality if ifruin itQrt4in Ift
Qrt4in t ruin improvementa Improv ntent are re carried outIn out outIn outb
In b order to secure an ft uninterruptedeouree uninterrupted uninterruptedourse unlftterruptedure
ourse ure for the long distance event and andta andavoki andto
ta avoid sharp turns tunw It is proposed to toconstruct toIbtruct toconstruct
construct Ibtruct loops at Ormond and Daytonawhich Daytona Daytonawhich Daytoftwhich
which would allow llow the cam to go back backnil hackud ok
1 nil forth over 0 the beach with no nouirupt noalrupt noa
a uirupt rupt changes in n direction There Is IfItine Igt
1 fine fifteenmile fifteenbeACh beach stretch between betweenornicMd betweenrmo1d betweent
ornicMd t rmo1d and Daytona which with the thetaiance theISlane theIaLance
taiance to be traveled Uav tled on the loop loopwould loopw loopwould
w would Iuld < make a course of perhaps perha twenty twentymi tWimtyJin twentyTive
mi Tive miles in length or six circuit to tover tofItr toter
fItr ver the th 1M miles scheduled for each eachuy aehd aehPIans eachtiy
uy uyPlans d tiyPlans
Plans Call far New Trophy TrophyIt
It is the intention to run the loop loopi Joop1rl looproes
1rl i roes > 1I8 the strip of land known as the thejit thoJ theitneula
jit J qo iiinsul itneula naula to the road along the east aide aidef
f the Halifax river and down do or up upis ups
is R nquired qulred the approaches AllPROheil to the beach beachit
it t ormond and IMI Daytona tona already exist existing MCWtng existng ¬
ng The plan calls for a new trophy trophytJ
10 be won outright and known as the theiIuriJa theJlul1Ja thell
ll iIuriJa rida Gold Cup CupIf CupIt CupIf
If the proposed event is put through it its Ittne
s tne intention to have bav work on the theops theups
1 ops started early in the spring after afterie herit
ie it busy resort season la ended The Theop Theop
> op plan is like the one to be used in ininverting lftItUng Ininvfl
inverting invfl rtlng a part of the l Long ong Islandluior lsaaMtutor
tutor Parkway into a circuit for the thext tMxt thext
xt Vanderbilt Cup CupIhe CulLilia Cuplate
late advantages of such an arrange arraageunt arnulaeItnt arranget
t unt nt are manifold The turns lUI S would wouldi wouldse
i ve n the the1eOpIe f peopJ teonte at t Ormond and Daytona DaytonaH
H A cqual ju4l chance to ae IMW the competing competingrs
C IMWkJlr kJlr
trs rs r well 1 and thereby h eb ebIMW kill the thC thCnhh rivalry rivalrynirh rivalryuii
nirh h has1 ha always existed ed as to which whichad Whlc Whlclid whichut1
ad of the be beach ch would receive the tMlt theeatest
1 lt eatfst tfst number nu of events eventsMore ev evMore cvealuaMore
More Exacting Teat TeatThe TeetTit TeatTI
The Tit TI combination c cumbh mb atloft atbon of beach and road roadurk roadi roaduurk
uurk i urk iouM t oukl prove PIO a more t exacting exaet test testiaan t4Nltlo teatthan
than lo n were the bewh beak aion alone to be used MI as astretofore atretoeor asretofore
tretofore tretoforeThe retoeor retoforeThe
The race would be run on the lyres of ofie c1t ofr
ie r Grand Prix Prix the times U for making makingh makingGt16u
0 Gt16u h 15o miles mil each day being added to tocrtermine tot1H attetermme
crtermine t1H rmme the winner win r ot tho > milos milosihe math maththe
the present Ir lIent weight limit clasafaefttton cknalfieatienscuuld clasafaeftttonuould clalMIHIeadoftuld
uould uld pMttabty p ntv I way to te Maple MapleS Jlle Jllejel
2 uel supply restriction rtoUon aa adopted dopt lor the tharext theuxt thenext
next Grand Prix to cylinder QJthHIrent dtsplooarient dtsplooa lmplaoerent
rent as often oft discuss dtIIcUMMd ad with withtclVur gfowtitf fpow9sta
favor in this country to stock stockotaei stockotaeiestrlction classesrestrictions classes classesrestrictions
restrictions which hlch will govern the big biguerman bigerman bigGerman
German erman race of this year or to a pos powble posible pollJie
ible combination c of t the flrst two fuel fuelupply tueIc tuelapply
c upply and cy cylinder Under displacements The Theixtmlle Tb8lmlle Thea
ixtmlle a mlle race would then occupy two twoU twoenta
11 tJS tJSKventa ty
Kventa tyFvents enta from twenty miles mt up free for forill forat
ill 11 might be held on the next two days daysvith daysncith
vith 1b some also for stock lock ears On the theMat tMJlt theutet
Mat day the short distance dt8t races could eouldc oouldh
ac c h held l 1d < l Such a program should prove a areat aTfat arent
rent drawing cardHERBERT card cardHERBERT cardHERBERT
The hUl climbing cUmbO possibilities of the thePopeToledo thePopeToledo theropeToledo
PopeToledo were demonstrated denlOft yester yesterday yeetAriliy yeeterihiy ¬
day In no n ° t uncertain n manner when Herbert Her Herbtrt Herbut
but Lyttle the famous automobile rae raoiig ruil raeIng
iig il man drove a Type IV carrying carryingright clTylngfIght carryingtight
right passengers besides the driver up upthe upth upthe
the th Thirtyfifth street hill from M street streetto IttreettoProsptlCt atreetto
to toProsptlCt Prospect avenue avenue in 13 secondsThe seconds secondsThe MCOndIIThe
The hill is 274 74 feet long < And has a rise riseof riMof riceof
of 158 15 feet per its hundred feet The Theascent Theascent rtHtIe
ascent t was made from a standing start startpaved startou >
Ie r rf
ftda ftdatltf tltf
ou second gear and when ht is ton tons1der
f s1der ldtr d that tM street is paved ved with withrobblcaton wUkobistonoa withinlbleatons
robblcaton the performance INf forlllaJKe is all the themate themere thesera
mate remarkable The combined weighttithi weight weightfiUie W ht hti
fiUie > passengers was 1440 1411pounds pounds The ThefLeupants he hea
fLeupants a eugsnts i tf = the car were Messrs J = Lyt Lyttl LY Lytit
tl r t R It Hough Elliott Hou Hough Ho tt Fox FoxKtoriua cr Faxklbrida
Ktoriua II hla Bauguman Walters Walters ward rd and andPLAISTED ano anot anti anti5f41
K Fred Plalated coach of the Aana Aanaloatan AaMlOJtan Aanalostan
loatan Boat Club Club of Washington is ableto able ableto bIe bIet
to t give any present attention to0Neill to0Neillthe to ONeill ONeillthe ONeillthe
the Halifax sculler he will do so this thisSvason thisSdiS1 thiscasun
Svason Svason1luisted SdiS1l1dstel casunYLtlst
1luisted YLtlst t is firm in his belief that thatHNiili thatI thatttNtiU
HNiili I Illll has the making of a wonder wond wonderul wonderuloarsman = ul uloarsman uloarsman
oarsman in him and the veteran veteranf PrO nrofsaionul
f fsaionul td iml < coach does not hesitate to to tosay say aayut
thut if ut Jrank rank n Qreer the champion Bee Boston Beettt ¬
ton cvuller b a to be defeated e = rou It will be beby beb
by b ON uNIll fill The Nova Scotia 8e made a aI aw atine
fine showing w at the last national regatta regattaon
on Lake I Qu Qulnstgamond n nr nslgamond and = there la talk talkcf talkof
cf r his competing < at the American Row Rowing RowIilg Rowtitg ¬
ing Association regatta in May Mal Plalsred Malsfe Phalsred
sred sfe recently wrote to a friend Keep Keepur Keepur
vur ur rye tY ye on ONeill next year He willmake will q111make III IIImake
make Greer hustle unless c I am mis mistaken nilstk rddsuNeil ¬
taken tk n uNeill has all the earmarks of ofu ofamplon ofu
u clamplon clamplonWRESTLING i umplon umplonWRESTLING amplonWRESTLING
NEW Nl W YORK Jan M 11RThere Ther There will be beplenty beplenty beplenty
plenty of high h clam e wrestling in and andabout andubout andabout
about New York city this year The TheMetropolitan TheM TheMetropolitan
Metropolitan M tropolltaft Association IaUoa will hold its rigdtampiunshtp itschampionship 1mthamplon
championship thamplon hlp in March re and in all allprobability allrobability 11 11rrobLI1ItY
probability rrobLI1ItY the National Amateur Ath Ath1ik U Ur
Mio 1ik Inton n championships open to all allregistered allregistered
tl tlilat
registered r st amateurs of the U Unitedtatea United UnitedStates
ilat States tatea 8 will be held in Newark under underthe underthe underthe
the tiuRpicea of one of the Newark or orguiizations or orgtiz orglitizationa
guiizations gtiz t1ona Bartow S Weeks chair chairjnan chalrwan chairan
wan an of the National Championship Championshipirumittce CbaJnDloNlhlpHnmlttoe Championshipt
t irumittce is I in favor of holding hold the theriinnal OleIdn thetttalat
riinnal Idn l event in the East this year yearCOLLEGE yearCOLLBGE yearCOLLEGE
Those sassy Georgetown students studentsturned atudefttaturn studentsturned
turned turn out to force Monday oadr night at atthe atthe atthe
the New X W National to see Stronghoart UStrongrtJhfre StronghoartThere StrongkeartThere
There is a football scene in the stay stayuul JJtaYtot playut
uul ut tot a a a number of the gridiron ldlron experts expertsr
car r Ufor turretown etown wer were among the supee supeeThe supeaihe
The tt students had decorated c = the theater theateriv J Ji theaterrith
iv rith i tli little i blue and gray g flags andhi and andOiiiiKH
OiiiiKH and rah roped until I they were wereMtie weret
j Mtie lJ ue in m the fnce ue when the heroes threw threwit threwthElr
it their t th7r te In It front of the font fontitghts ot otiifihts t tt
iifihts t t8 The addition of the t local coir coirni ooT1ege ooT1egern
ni n T greatly t y increased the b interest interestthe t tthe in inthe
the play playP
Making Purchases P4Tchases Now Instead of Delay Delaying ing Uh Until ilSpring ilSpringreakConstructions Spring SpringFreak A AFreak
Freak reakConstructions Constructions Find Little Favor FavorNe = New NewInterest NevInterest v vInterest
Interest in Electrics Elec rics
The automobile show is now well wellunder welluader wellunder
under way at the Dupont garage rage 3IW 3fll 3fllM 3IWM
M street and nd everything e trthlg is in full fullswing tulliIo1 fullswing
swing iIo1 g with one of th the moat complete completeM O
I M well as 8 moat luxurious displays dl pla of ofmotor ofmotor ofmotor
motor ears and accessories eorrM ever axhtiflt exhWlted axhtiflted axhU t td
ed in this city cityThough ctt cttThutrh cityThough
Though the l Dupont > upont garage was wascrowded waserowded wascrowded
crowded to almost overflowing at the theopening theOf theopening
opening Of on Monday night the attendarea attend attendant att8RdaROe ¬
ant lust night was even larger and andIf andIt andit
It anything a keener interest was mani manifested maRIfe manifested ¬
fe fested by the spectators A number numberof
of Miles 1M have been made mad one of the thebeat thei thebeat
i beat being a type H Locomobile with withNmoueine withHmoual withlimousine
limousine Hmoual a body which was purchased purchasedby
by Captain Harris of the Highland HighlandShow HlghtndtIShow HighlandsShow
Show of Big Cars CarsIt CarsIt CarsIt
It la essentially a show > of big cars carsThe carsThe carsThe
The bis big cars are bigger and the small smallears SlftallI smallcars
ears are no smaller The big ears are areluxurious areluxurious areluxurious
I luxurious to the utmoet degree and with withthe withthe withthe
the superb display chassis cba with which whicha
a number are associated they make an anImposing aRImlOldnc anImposing
Imposing and nd Impressive front frontThe frontrho
The chassis too are re of greater splen splendor 8p1endol splendor ¬
dor than ever before and are almost almostworks almotworo almostworks
works of art It is impossible to view viewsuch vJewJe viewsuch
such magnificent specimens as those of ofthe ofthe
the Wayne PopeToledo Je atA8 atA8F and Franklin Franklinto F o lI lIU
to name but a few without becoming becomingthoroughly becominRthoroughly
thoroughly U I impressed r with lo the = fact that thatAmerican thetAmerican f fAmerican
American makers are setting < a pace that thatwill thatwill thatwill
will make their foreign competitors competitorshump competltorhump competitorshump
hump themselves to keep up with 1th the theprocession th thprooeMaIon theprocession
procession Clean smooth cylinder cylindercastings crUJMlercaeUnlr8 cylindercastings
castings free from flaws of any kind kindaccurately kindaccurately kindaccurately
accurately turned flywheels cIoMfttU closeAltagear etosefltting etoseflttinggear cIoMfttUgear
gear and erankcases are characteristic characteristicof
of nearly every American car carFloating carFlootiBg carFloating
Floating Axle Finds Friends FriendsWhat FriendsWhat FriendsWhat
What IB popularly known as the float floating oatjftg loatlag ¬
lag rear axle is finding lad ng an increasing increasingnumber IIlcreMlnnUMHIr increasingnumber <
number of friends In this type of ofaxle ofaxlethe axle axlethe axlethe
the wheels run on their own bearings bearingson beart bearton
on extensions exteeo of the axle sleeve and andare alldre andare
are re driven through clutch platen from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the live axle xle shafts which are supported supportedon IIUpportedOftv supportedonv
on Oftv v at their ends in the differential differentialand dlfferUaland differentialand
and the clutch plates and nd da not nm nmIn IIIftIn runIn
In bearings The absolute mechanical mechanicalcorrectness mecbanlealCOITeetneM mechanicalcorrectness
correctness of this construction onlfl is rapId ranullv rapIdtv rapidlv
lv overcoming < the prejudice pr ju caused per perhaps perJuLIMI perhays ¬
haps by the t apparent clumsiness of the thelarge theJar thelarge
large Jar hubs hubsin hubsI hubsIn
in ft a certain sense th t the popularity of ofthe ofthe
f fbave
nveft nveftt nvefty
I the t shaftdriven car may y be said to tohave tohave
have increased IncrMHdtbat that is to say Y a number numberof
of manufacturers who formerly built builtcars builtears builtcars
cars of moderate power only are now nowbuilding nowbulldlnc nowbuilding
building larger cars to supplement ppMnwlIt or r te teptace re replace
I place their former product and these thesemanufacturers thMem thesemtufacturrs
manufacturers m generally cling to the thehaft tbeban thephaft
phaft haft drive In spite of the Increase IDe in inthe Inthe Inthe
the dimensions dlmetl tona and power of their carsSimilarity cars e1IISimilarity carsSimilarity
Similarity in Accessories AccessoriesMotor Accee AeceeseriesMotor erie erieMotor
Motor accessories rie may be divided into intothe IRtotM Intothe
the thre th three essentials e ntta of earbtiretion Ignltloe Ignl IgnlHon 18ft1UOft
Hon and lubrication and whether taken takensingly takensingly
singly or collectively they the are essentialsupon essentials essentialsupon MMftUalaupon
upon which the majority of American Americancars AmericanI Americancars
cars reveal more of accord than theadtffer theadtfference differ difference ¬
ence This T Is true of all three t though thoughin
in the matter of carburetion earlN there is isprobably Isprobably Isprobably
probably more uniformity than In the theother theoUter theother
other two combined combinedWith combinedWith mbtned mbtnedWUh
With a few exception ex toM the water jackBASEBALL jack > ek ekBASEBALL
Th The Chicago team af the American AmericanLeague AmrteftLe8 AmericanLeague
League has signed Pitcher Plt < hr Lawrence LawrenceCheney Lawrencegtey LawrenceCheney
Cheney of Belleville Kan President PresidentComtokey PresidentComlekey
= t twill
Comtokey gtey said IdDe yesterday yK that Cheneywill Cheney Cheneywill
will be given a tryout on the spring springtraining ItPIlnctraining springtraining
training trip tripClarence rip ripClarelHe ripClarence
Clarence Foster was yesterday elected electedmanager eaetedMAB1I8r electedmanager
manager of the Lancaster LaJaea TrlSkate TrlSkatebaseball TrllkatelMt TriStatebaseball
baseball lMt ebaU club as s was predicted pester yeaterdcw ye terdr pesterdap
dcw dr lIe will at once begin be ta complete completeI eomplMethe completethe
I the team by filling the vacancies that thatat thatat thatat
at present exist existAfter exttAfter existAfter
After two attempts to rant their base baseball baNball basebail ¬
ball grounds the directors of the Mlllvale MlllvaleSocial Millvalesocial
Social and Athletic Aaaodatioa have haveawarded havewart haveawarded
awarded d the lease Ie for the coming summer sum summer > um ummer ¬
mer to Meson KL Adams Carter and andAdams andy andAdams
Adams who managed the Held so suc successfully sue sueShaJJIokln successfully ¬
cessfully cessfully y last aeged year yearShamokin yearShamokin
Shamokin Pa was Invited yesterday yesterdayto Mterdy Mterdyto
to Join the Atlantic League L que which Is Iscomposed IseoDpo Iscomposed
composed ed of eight clubs clubilin In Pennsylvania PeIUHllvlUllaNew Penna3 PennsylvaniaNew lvenia lveniaNew
New Jersey J ertIey and Delaware Del vre Baseball Baseballpromoters D Daheballpromoters MbaU MbaUpromo
promoters promo ten at Shamokin will consider the thematter theIfttter thematter
matter but It Is likely that an inde independent Indevendent independent ¬
pendent team will be favored favoredMilt favoredMilt favoredMilt
Milt Montgomery manager of last lastyears Jutyears lastyears
years years Vtaynesburg yne burg team will not be In Inthe Inthe hathe
the PennsyivaniaOhioMaryland Pe n ylY8nlaOhloMary1nd League Leaguethis Leaguelhlfl Leaguethis
this season as a he has been secured to tomanage tomallage tomanage
manage the Punxsutawney team of the theInterstate theInt8lfitate theinterstate
Interstate League Montgomery hails hailsfrom bal baltrom hallsfrom
from Allegheny AlleghenyBilly AlletrhenyBIlly AlleghenyBilly
Billy Phyle the third baseman will willnot willnot willnot
not play with Montreal this year He Hehas Hebaa Hehas
has been sold to Toronto He received receiveda
a letter yesterday ye terday from Manager aJI er Me MeCioake McCloIIke le leCloeke5
Cioake of the St Louis Nationals NUor to tothat tothat tothat
that effect He was originally assigned assignedto ed edto
to play with the Montreal t team this thtayear thisr
toarn e
year arn r by b I th thThere the St Louis club club clubThere elubThere
There are four applications l for the theposition tMpn theposition
position pn of umpire of the Reading City CityLeague CityLeague
League for this season namely Lloyd LloydG
G Ketterer Warren arrEtn D Landls Land who whoheld whoheld whohell
held the th position no tin last season Albert A AWelderhoM Aeklerho AWelderh0
WelderhoM eklerho d formerly assistant a man manager mllnger manager ¬
ager ger of the Robeson R be club and John JohnKauffman JohnXauttman JohnXauttman
Xauttman a wellknown retired player playerThe player11te playerthe
The election will take place at the next nextRtMtlnlr nextmeeting
at has been considered unnecessary BO It Umay ityear I
may safely be stated that as a general generalrule generalrule generalrule
rule the modern carbureter on the theAmerican theAmerican i iAmeriean
American ear Is not of the waterjacket waterjackettype waterjackettype I Itype
type The single jet type of carbureter carbureterhi
hi generally employed employedImprovement omployedImprovement employedImprovement
Improvement in Ignition IgnitionRelative IgnitionRelative IgnitionRelative
Relative to ignition It it may be said saidthat saidthat saidthat
that the painstaking attention to the de details details ¬
tails of eon accumulator and high hightension hlghtenaton hightension I
tension cable manufacture together togetherwith togetherwith togetherwith
with the extended experience had in the theneeds theeed8 theneeds
needs eed8 of this essential e of the car have havebrought havebrOufIltt havebrought
brought the ignition system of the theAmerl theAmerlcan theAmerican Ameri American ¬
can automobile to a point where with withordinary withordinary withordinary
ordinary care and attention It Is no nolonger nolontIer nolonger
longer the cause eau cause of t a fraction of the an annoyance anonee annoyance
noyance onee that It originally gave rise to toIn toIn toIn
In the maintenance of a oar oarAmong oarAmong oarAmong
Among the tendencies shown as revealed re revealed revled ¬
vealed by the cars on exhibition are arecombination arecombination arecombination
combination internal and external hub hubbrakes hubbrake hubbrakes
brakes full elliptic springs larger and andstraight lutdatraJ8ht andstraight
straight line bodies terser fuel tanks tankschrome taltOcllromt tankschrome
chrome nickel steel frames cylinders cylinderscast cylinderCIUtt cylinderscAM
cast In pairs selective type of spasdj spasdjchange speed speedehango speedchange
change gears rs enclosed gears larger largerwheels larerwheela largerwheels
wheels ana an and tires Ur Impravad and more de dependable dependable ¬
pendable lubricating devices and heav heavier heavler heavier ¬
ier construction in the running ruanda gear gearparts gearparts r rJltrta
parts partsFreaks JltrtaFreaks partsFreaks
Freaks Losing Ground GroundThere GroundThwe GroundThere
There is a tendency also to depart departfrom d8jMUtfrom departfrom
from freak construction The buying buyingpublic buyingpublic buyingpublic
public wants something simple > yet ser serviceable Mrv seeviceebie ¬
viceable v ble not necessarily a good deal for forthe forthe forthe
the money but M little that la very verygood veryIrood verygood
good It has come to realise that aa aaautomobile JUtautomobile sitautomobile
automobile is a business 1HIMn proposition propositionand prepolllUonn41 prepositionand
and n41 not so much of a plaything as has hasbeen hacbeeR hasbeen
been imagined Therefore it wants wantssomething watMHmetbtnc wantssomatldug
something that is and looks business btteinofmllke businesslike
like llkeThe 11116Th likeThe
The Th attention shown showtnd electric tnd pleasure pleasurecars plea1Ueear
cars ear at t the present presentrevival t show show > Indicates the therevival e ertvlval
revival of interest in this thl truly loaal loaalcar Idglcar I Iear
car for city uses u such aa a afternoon afternoonpark att8fnlltO att8fnlltOpark afft emqor emqorpark
park drives drlv and nd morning morningtours shopping shoppingtours
tours as well w il as the doses and on onother Oftother one oneother I
other uses to which they can be put by bywomen bywomen bywomen
women Luxury of appointments com combined eomblned coreblued ¬
blued with mechanical simplicity and andease a andmae CI CIae
ease ae of control are the chief character characteristics characterIstic characterIdles ¬
Idles of the electric vehicle and nd they theyare theyare theyare
are exemplified in no small degree by bythe bythe bythe
the cars car now JiO on view In the Dupontgarage Dupont Dupontgarage Duponte
garage Compound wound motors of oftow ofo
tow = o powers = e but ri rioentvo capatHe of standing exottssivo ex excessive ¬
cessive loads for long periods are re still stillcharacteristic stilltiara m meharateriMle
characteristic tiara ter btlc of the power equipment equipmentbut equipmentbut t tbut
but there has h been more or less change changem
m In the manner of f applying the powerBuyers power powerBuyers pow powBayers
Buyers Are Buying BuyingAn
An interested spectator of the show showlast Mowlaat showInst
last night ht was Herbert Lyttte tb line fa famous famow fa famoWl ¬
mow driver of the PopeToledo racing racingcar Ncmcar racingcar
car There Js one thing characteristic characteristicof
of this show sho that has never been beene so soneed sopronounced
pronounced need In any r other local show showthat showI
I have e attended t said rLy rLythat Lyttle and andthat
that ta that so many nuJI people are deciding decidingupon deck1lngupon decidingupon
upon and are actually buying buying cars at atthe atthe atthe
the show At former exhibitions there tbreq therehas
I has 1 ten q qa a tendency amorag amoiu amo visitors to tolook
look it 1 the various cars add th tM thea a wait waita
a few wetks wet k before coming corl g Lo a filial Nualdeelploa filialto 1 1At
deelploa At this show tM OPIe OPIeto p1popleaspm p1popleaspmto
to realise that If they th y are areears re I In < to buyears buy DuYeara
ears the thing to do is to snap them up upwhile upwhile upwhile
while they are ar to be hadATHLETIC had hadATHLETIC hdATHLETIC
WILLIAM8PORT Jan M 3OBuekllell 3OBuekllellcoaadtutlon 30Bucknellsconstitution BuckneUs BuckneUsconstitution
constitution has undergone under a revision revisionand revtllionaftcI revisionand
and th t the Athletic Association A latlo of the theuniversity theunhnlty theuniversity
university has been placed upon a Armfoundatt firm firmfoundation ftrmtoundat
foundation toundat a backed by the university universityauthorttas uRtvetyauth universityauthortbte
authorttas auth < t1ow financially with bonded bondedmanagers cJedmanagers bondedmanagers
managers and with the head of the thecollege thecollege
college 001 overseeing onlMeJft the general management manage management maNgemetlt ¬
ment of affairs affairsTne atalnTbe affairsThe
The outlook of the Orange and nd Blue Blueathletics BluethleUe Blueathletics
athletics has never been as bright in inmany InrtIer Inmany
many years The finance committee committeeconsists committeeconsists
consists rtIer of a member rnateethe rnateetheReptrar of the faculty facultyRegistrar facultyRegistrar
Registrar Greutng Ore lng and M one under undergraduate u undergraduate cler clerraduae ¬
< graduate raduae and no Indebtedness htdebtedn can be beincurred b4IIncurred beincurred
incurred by any member or repreeentattte repreeenta representative repreeenta1Ie ¬
I tive of the university without the consent con consent ¬
sent of this committee committeeManagers eommltteeManager committeeManagers
Managers of the different teams will willbe willbe 111 111be
be compelled to give an itemised reportof report reportof
of the receipts and expenditures of the thedifferent thedltrerent thedifferent I
different contests within four days after aftera
a trip or a home game this report to tobe tobe tobe
be turned over to the finance committee committeeDuring committeeDurlne committeeDuring
During any part of any an athletic season seasonthe seaaoftthe seasonthe
the committee on finances may ask for fora tora fora
a r report sport of the financial status of the thecertain thecertain thecertain
certain kind of sport A semiannual re report re report report ¬
port by the finance committee is issued issuedto la aedto issuedto
to the Athletic Association AssociationFENDALL AJ AssociatioiFENDALL OeIUouFENDALL
The Fendall Cadets C deta defeated the thestrong thetlOfl thestrong
strong < U and I team last night nl ht in one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the best games of basketball ever er playedhi played
hi Georgetown by byj 8 to i The excellent excellentteam excellentteam excellentteam
team work or the winners was the fea feature f fture feature ¬
ture The lineup lineupF
F C Position U and I IGoucher IGoucherR ICoucherIt
Goucher GoucherR It F Newell NewellKeane NewellXIte NewellKeene
Keene L 4 F FMlIo FMlIoJoIeHale Malloy MalloyMellale
Mellale LoyaceC Loyace C HoppeGDleher Hoppa HoppaDlxon Hop HopDixon
Dixon R R GDIsher GDleherJohnson G GDIsherTohlUMH4 Dlsher DlsherJohnson
Johnson TohlUMH4 L G Goo Ryan RyanField Ryn1te1d RyanField
Field goals KOAleKeamt Keane 2 Malloy MeItsle Me MeHate McHale
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I RUADING Pa Jan M Willie Willie lUte Fitz Fitzgerald Fluserald Fitzgerald ¬
gerald one of the best lightweights li htweights in inthe Inthe inthe
the country count who has been located In Inthis Inthis inthis
this city for some time received a good goodoffer goodotel goodoffer
offer to go to Oakland Cal and meet meetCyclone meetCyelone meetCyclone
Cyclone Johnny Thompson n In a atwentyround atwentyround atwentyround
twentyround bout on February 22 He Hewill Hewill Hewill
will likely accept the offer
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Indoor and Outdoor MeetsLIST Meets MeetsLIST MeetsLIST
Dr George G orge U Orton Inter Intercollegiate Intercollegiate Intercollegiate ¬
collegiate Mile Record RecordHolder RecordHolder RecordHolder
Holder to Be Referee RefereeTwo
Two members MN of the Big Four univer universities ualverMUss wer werhalt ¬
MUss half a ooaon amsller colleges eoUeII the theUnited dieUalted theUnited
United States Navy the Marine Corps Corpsthe Corasthe CoIp CoIpthe
the Amateur Athletic Union U and nd tour fourthe tour11ft tourbig
big cities ofJIe of 1b Cut are represented ted III IIIthe Inthe
the list ftqaBelats f t y + h for the Federal in indoor indoor ¬
door games to be heM in Convention ConventionHall CODveRtloHall ConventionHall
Hall on February II The list I was w com completed COIIIpleted completed ¬
pleted this morning morningDr IDOnWacDr morningDr
Dr George W Orton the University Universityof
of Pennsylvanias former tonDelcpWn longdistance ioggdlatancechampion longdistancechampion
champion uad and holder of the Interco intercollegiate IDtercolI Intercoleglate ¬
legiate I te record for the mile u nm since UM UMIs 111MIfI 1611I
Is I the referee He has managed the theQuakers theQ theQLakers
Quakers Q relay carnival cauh U for eight ei bt years yearsand yeanADd yeasand
and for four years yea has boon assistant assistantmanager assistantmanager aftt afttJllDqer
manager of the lb intercollegiate lfttereot champion championships ebaaIptoadip championships ¬
ships Lieut J W Crawford president presidentof t tof
of the South Atlantic Association of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the A A T7 te one of the Judges < i ithe t tu tthe
the ten tbtli Dr Harris White W tte the famous famoussouthpaw t tIlDUtttpaw iuiritwa iuiritwasouthpaw
southpaw of the Chicago Worlds WorW ChamplOraa Cham Champions Cb m mpto ¬
pions pto White bU Sex a field judge and Dr DrW DrW DrW
W R 1t Dear Pwns former champion championsprinter cha chaaprhIUIr championsprinter
sprinter one on of the announcers announcersThe a aThe annaunaersThe
The program prO M of the Federal Peele games this thIyear thisyear thlayear
year will be longer than ever before beforebut beforebut beforebut
but Manager Xr1wIe Foley expects to start startevfef th thev4mI tbevdii
evdii evfef at 9 oclock o orteyk and a onasnlfrte oopihte the theprogram tbebt thelit
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scholastic Records of the United State and andreports andcnaan1 andreports
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Wilhelm Too Too Busy to Keep Keepthe Keepthe Keepthe
the JobContract Job Contract With WithGeorgetown WithGeorgetovn WithGeorgetown
Georgetown GeorgetownBasketball GeorgetovnBuktblI Georgetowni GeorgetownBasketball
Basketball Is OH the boom at Oeorge OeorgeWashington 0MrWhlDwa GeeegeWashington
Washington University Through the tll4unUriDg theuntiring > M Muntiring
untiring efforts of Donald Wilb Wilhelm IIbe lee and andothers jtaduther andothers
others interested Interlefl in this branch of ath athletic LUa LUaIfUa atbletice ¬
IfUa letice letic It has at last secured a firm foot footing locKIng tooting ¬
ing In the university universityAt
At a mtjrting m held recently Mr Wil Wilhelm SYllhelm 11 11helm ¬
helm resigned re aa a manager owing to toluck tolack tolack
lack of time to devote to the work workAssistant workAultant workAssistant
Assistant Manager M W P Wood of the theeophomore UKJopbomon therophomore
eophomore medical class waa elected electedmanager el electedmanager tIId tIIdmar
manager Roy L 4 I NewhaUMl New ha user of Penn Pennsylvania Peuafin Pennryivanla ¬
sylvania fin WM W elected captain The new newcaptain newcaptain newcaptain
captain has been m the game four years yearsand yearaand yearsand
and understands tanda it thoroughly Uor U lY He H Is a asophomore aaopboaDore asophomore
sophomore in the tb academic department departmentThe clepartmeJltThe departmentThe
The new manager halls from Iroaton IroatonOhio lrofttonOhio irontnnOhio
Ohio He i It offering oft the University of ofVirginia otVJtftJa ofVirginia
Virginia every inducement for ilL game gamehere pnHt gamehere I
here hen in Washington Thursday eventual eventualFebruary even evenJlebnlary eveuhigFebruary
February T but the Virginia VIqiDIameot manage managemeat managemeat
meat is I slow ic responding e If Vir Virginia Virginla Ir Irtrlftls ¬
ginia will accept this challenge the thegame theabouJcI thegame
game should be a great drawing dra whur card cardas canlOeorp carda
as George Washington played Virginia Virginiato Vi Vito
to a standstill at t ChartwttoaviUe Ule UleSaturday laat laatSaturday ltittt ltitttSaturday
Saturday Virginia winning 1I1aIr by only one onepoint onepoint onepoint
point pointGeorgetown pointGeerletewnGae pointGeergetewa
Georgetown GeerletewnGae Game AtraBflad AtraBfladYesterday ArraJttt ArraJtttYtaterdaJ ArranlledYesterday
Yesterday afternoon Manager x Wood Woodhad Woodhad Woodhad
had a twohour conference > with Manager Mana Manager Manaer ¬
ger er Stuart of Georgetown Geor s r Before he hecam Mca hecame
came ca cam away way they had signed a contract contractfor eoatraCtfor contractfor
for basketball buket aIl games between be eea Georgetown George Geotetown Georgetown ¬
town and George Washington on February Feb February FbMIIU ¬
ruary I and M and 1tcI March 2 2 Receipts Receiptswin ReeetptJIwut Recelptawill
win be divided evenly ennl eligibility lists Itetawitt lutMwt11 listswtil
witt be exchanged and IcI the genies will willprobably willprobably iU iUIIObably
probably be in the Washington Light LightInfantry UsbtJnfantl LightInfantry
Infantry Armory ArmoryWashington AratOrWubl ArmoryWashington
Wubl Washington CtOD University basketball team teamis teamIa teamIs
is arranging to take two more trips tripsone trt trtone tripsone
one South and one North The Southern South Southern SoathtIft ¬
ern trip will probably begin the thrd thrdweek thrdII th rd rdweek
week II in February and Include games gaateswith gameswith eL 1I 1Iwith
with Washington Waahl on and Lee Richmond RichmondCollege Ricbm3l1dCoU RichmnndCollege
CoU College William and Mary and Row Rhndolph Rindolph Rowdol
dolph dol ph Macon The Tb Xortrurn ortnc rn tour will willstan wtUawrt willstart
stan the first week In March and willInclude will willinelud willInotuct
Include games with Bucknell Gettys tiettywburg Gettysburg JettY8burs ¬
burg Franklin and Marshall iehid iehidWestern Letu LetuWestern LeJulb LeJulbWtern
Western University Inlvt > rWty of Pennsylvania Pennsylvanand PeQD8ylvaola PeQD8ylvaolaad Pennsylvaniaand
and others if date caa be arrangedAREYIIALEV arranged arrangedmm lLITAqecLDARKEY
Deinvont of Medford Maaa secured the thedecision tndecildoft thedecision
decision la twelve rounds over Darkey DarkeyHaley DarlteyHaley DarkeyHaley
Haley the English featherweight last lastnight lastnight
night before be a lave crowd at the Val Valley YalJIa1W ¬
icy Falls Athletic thlet1c dun located just juati JU8toutalde justoutride
i outside of Providence They The boxed at atJO atm atI32
JO m po4udapnd pounds and it was JL a go between two twolev twoft twolever
lev lever ft ftIt r boysIt boys boysIt
It WAIl even up to the eleventh round roundwith rouMwith roundwith
with Haley doing most of the leadingIn leading leadingIn 1eacI1ae1ft
In this round Dehnont sidestepped 8IdeateppedHa1e sidesteppedHaieyj sidesteppedHateyq
Hateyq Ha1e rushes and landed telling blows blowson blowsoff
on his head and body opening Haleys Haleystoft Ha1eyaleft Haleysleft
left eye so it bled profusely At the be beginning M Mirilla beginning ¬
ginning irilla of the twelfth round Delmont Delmontstarted DelllloataUUUd Delmontstarted
started in to aaiah his man maa and as Ha Uamont Hay Haley
ley y missed a left swing w for the jaw Del DeImont Delmont
mont copped him with a right cross to tothe tothe tothe
the head and 1Id he wont head first into the themas theboL thebox
press mas box Delmont repeated this and andlaley andHaley
Haley pressy y went down again againDeimonis ap1nlIIOIIt againDnmonta
Deimonis lIIOIIt second urged him to ftniah lniskhis ftniahhis ftu ftuhta
his man maa but Haleys clever covering coveringand COY COYand coveringand
and blocking < saved ved him further damage damageThe daebe damageThe
The decision in favor of Delmont was wasfair wurrut wasdir
fair but it was not especially well wellGW re reOttVOA recalved
rrut dir
OttVOA OttVOAGW calved
Manager r W P Wood of the George GeorgeWashington OeoraeWuhmwn GeorgeWashington
Washington University basketball team teamhas teanaball teambas
has wired the University Unlvflrllit of Mary Maryland MarylaRd Maryland ¬
land asking the Marylaudrs M Marylaud ryldrs to pray prayhis fiayhis JWiyhIa
his team at Washington Light Infantry InfantryArmory ItantryArmory InfantryArmory
Armory on Saturday night nightLike J ghtLike nightLike
Like G W U the Marylanders Karyland nt are arenewcomer arenewcomers re renewcomelf
newcomer In the field of basketball basketballbut basketballbut basketballbut
but are said to have a strong squad squadand squadand squadand
and a gam game > between these thn two great greatSouthern greAtSouthErn greatSouthern
Southern technical schools would be of ofmuch ofmuch ofmuch
much interest in this city
Insists Upon Side Bet and andPrefers andPrefers andPrefers
Prefers to Have Battle Battlein Battlein Battlein
in Baltimore BaltimoreBobbie BaltimoreDoIttaM BaltimoreBobbin
Bobbie Baker bobbed up thin morning morningwittt mDr morningwith hlg II
wittt 1 t an answer to the otter of Eddie Bd41eCrowley EddieCrowley BddteCrowtey
Crowley yesterday y to meat Mm lIt at t any anytime anytime
time or place far any number Imber of retinas retinasand re retltids retltidsand ft4la ft4laaDel I
and for a side bet betBaker kt betBaker I
Baker said lei he was wa real busy thesedays these theseays e ey
days ays y hustling for the winter supply pply of ofcaal ofcoal i
coal and things and while hi he always had hadtUne hadtime I
tUne to fight he had very little time timeto Unt81 Unt81to timeto
to talk It was for this reason he ex explained axpialned ¬ i
plained he did not indulge In much eon eonversaUon conversatlon i ivUotI
versaUon when Crowley called and andIssued aDdverbal andIssued
Issued a verbal daft daftBaker dellBaker I IBak
Baker Bak said he thought Crowtejr was waanet wasnet i iBt
net so many pumpkins as a eartlaad and andwould andwontd andwould
would try to prove it It lie U suggested SUgg that thatthey thattbey thatthey
they get Weather far a contention of ofeight ofelPt ofeight
eight ten or twelve rounds as the 11 serai seraiwindup semlwitd 181 181wtItdap
windup witd up the t But time Kid Sullivan Sullivanfights SlllUvnfttrhu Sullivanlights
fights before Al Herfords dub in Balti Baltimore kltSArdor Baltimore ¬
more moreArdor moreArdor
Ardor of Sports Chilled ChilledThe ChilledTIle ChilledThe
The heating systems In all n Jails around aroundWashington aroundWashington routM1WuhbllltOft
Washington are reported by those who whohave whohaft whohave
have suffered to be antiquated and anddefective andIhtectln anddefective
defective and this report had la itself itselfchilled Itselfchilled 1thll1ecI
chilled < the ardor of those tb who contemplated contem contemplated contemplAted ¬
plated private bouts As Crowley had hadalready hadlnacIy hadalready
already suggested Baltimore NNe as the thescene theaee thescene
scene of hostJUIes there should I be no notrouble notrouble notrouble
trouble on that score scoreConcerning lIOOfeConcerDIac scoreConcerning
Concerning the purse Baker said it itwas ItWIUI itwas
was Immaterial He H dooent like to be bebothered Iwbothered bebothered
bothered with minor details such as the thesize th thIze thesire
size Ize of f purses Herford otters for prelLmtnarles pre preliminaries preIImlnartes ¬
liminaries But asserted rted the bellicose bellicoseBaker belU belUlIaker belneweMaker
Baker he would insist upon a side bet betof betof betof
of no less thau JW and IVy willing to tolet toJet tolet
let it go 0 as high as J609 lie has a abacker abackr abacker
backer who ho Is an optimist optimistIt
It is to fight fightTransposed
Transposed rn rnChess Moves Result in inChess inChess
Chess Victory for Lasker LaskerUsed LaskerUsed LaskerUsed
Used French Defense DefenseNRW DefenseXgW DefenseNEW
NEW YORK Jan Mi aTranapoaltlon aTranapoaltlonof Transposition Transpositionof
of his twentieth tweJl til and twentyfirst moves movesin MOyesIn navesin
in the second game of the chess champlonahip cham championship ebampIouhtp ¬
pionship at the Everett House yester yesterday yesterday ter terday ¬
day afternoon was the cause of Frank FrankJ
J Marshall the challenger again fail fatllng failing ¬
ing aa in the first game to take full fulladvantage fulladvane fulladvantage
advantage trt < rf a faulty combination on ontoped 811t enteped
toped t upon u by h Dr Emanuel Lasker the thechampion thedtaat thechamplea
champion dtaat wb whhh evidently is resorting resortingto
to the identical at tactics for which Martine Mar Marshall MarIIba1l ¬
shall is noted notedAs JIOtedAs notedAs
As matters went went the latter after lter los losing Jostac losleg ¬
leg a pawn obtained only a temporary temporarycounter tuporarycouater temporarycounter
counter attack which the champion ebaMpionq championquickly championquickly
quickly q alcld blocked When heft Dr Lasker Laskersealed LaakerJed Laskersealed
sealed his twentyeighth move at 6 6oclock Goclo 3ock
ock oclock > ck k the time for the tlMftntacljourft tlMftntacljourftJlle first adjourn adjournment adjournmeat ¬
meat Jlle t he was conceded to have a cc cctaut cer certain eertam ¬
tam win in hand The game was won wonby WOfthy wonby
by Dr Lasker after tter fiftytwo moves movesUsed moY8U movesUsed
Used U ed Condemned Defense DefensePresident DefeDe1retIIInt DefensePresident
President Arietideg Martmes of the theManhattan HIXaRluotaft theManhattan
Manhattan Chess Club formally tonnaU opened openedthe opeaed1M openedthe
the series series of live games te be contested contest contested eontMteel ¬
ed in the he borough of Manhattan by in introducing Ifttrududn introducing ¬
troducing < the players Of the commit committee eommlttee committee ¬
tee of referees re rees J Herbert Watson t of ofBrooklyn ofBNoklyn ofBrooklyn
Brooklyn sag wa present We eftt E W llbalre Ublrewu 1Jbairewas llbalrei
i was again apl second for Marshall nrblI and J JPowers TPowere JPowers
Powers treasurer of the Rice Chess ChessClub ChYSClub ChessClub
Club acted in a similar capacity forDr for forDr 1MDr
Dr LasaterAs Lacker LackerAs LukerA
As A second player Marshall to the thesurprise thesurprise thesurprise
surprise of everyone chose the French Frenchdetense FrenchdPreue Frenchdetenee
detense which Jhleh though condemned eondem by byhim byhilA byhim
him in hl bb own < book on the openings openingshe
he had the temerity to play lay a number numberof numberof
= t
of tones t in his h match with with tg Dr Tarrasch TarraschHis TarrasebHis r rHis
His judgment ju gment proved to have been excellent ex excellent ex excllent ¬
cellent but l ut his execution ex uUon at the critical criticaljuncture criticaljuncture criticaljuncture
juncture indifferent and he lost another anotheri anothfrglorious anotherglorious
i glorious opoor opoortunlty tunlty to worst the rtif Shan ChIlfPlon Shang i iplon
g fPlon plon
It is perfectly natural to rub the spot that hurts and when the mus muscles muscles muscles ¬
cles nerves joints and bones are throbbing and twitching with the pains painsof painsof
of Rheumatism the sufferer is apt to turn to the liniment bottle or some someother someother someother
other external application appliCltionin in an effort to get relief from the disease by byproducing byproducing
producing counter irritation on the flesh esh Such treatment will quiet the thepain thepain thepain
pain temporarily but can have no direct curative effect on the real disease diseasebecause
l because it does not reach the blood where the cause is located Rheumatism Rheu Rheumatism ¬
matism is more than skin deep deepit it is rooted and grounded in the blood bloodand
j and can only be reached by constitutional treatment treatmentIT IT CANNOT BE BERUBBED DERUBBED
RUBBED AWAY Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the theblood theblood
blood brought about by the accumulation in the system of waste matter matterwhich matterwhich matterwhich
which the natural avenues avenueaof of bodily waste the Bowels and Kidneys have havefailed havefailed havefailed
failed to carry off This refuse matter coming in contact with the dif different different different ¬
ferent acids of the body forms uric acid which is absorbed into the theblood theblood theblood
blood and distributed to all parts of tht body bod and Rheumatism gets nos nossession > oos oossession os ossession
session of the system The aches and pains are only symptoms and andthough andthough andthough
though they may be scattered or relieved for a time by surface treatment treatmentthey treatmentthe treatmentthey
they the will reappear r ppear at the first exposure to cold or dampness or after an anattack anattack anattack
attack of indigestion or other irregularity Rheumatism can never be bepermanently bepennanently bepennanently
pennanently cured curedwhile while the circulation remains saturated saturatedwith with irritating irritatingpainproducing irritatingpainproducing irritatingpainproducing
painproducing uric acid poison The disease will shift from muscle to toI tomuscle tomuscleor
I muscle muscleor or joint to joint settling on the th nerves n res causing inflammation and andI andswelling andswelling
I swelling and such terrible pains that the nervous system is often shat shattered shattered shattered
tered the health undermined and perhaps the patient becomes deformed deformedand deonnedand deformedand
and crippled for life S S S thoroughly cleanses the blood and renovates reno renovates renovates ¬
vates the circulation by neutralizing the acids and expelling all foreign foreignmatter foreignmatter foreignmatter
matter from the system It warms and invigorates the blood so that thatinstead thatinstead thatinstead
instead of a weak sour stream constantly
depositing acrid and corrosive matter inthe ii iithe in inI
S S S I the muscles nerves joints andbones and bones thi thibody the thebody thbody
body is fed and nourished by rich healthsustaining health healthsustaining
it sustaining blood which completely att attpermanently am amDIIR and andELV
DIIR I V VCPPTARI F permanently cures Rheumatism SSS SSSrUnLUi S S s
PURELY PUR rUnLUi ELV VEGETABLE VCUHinDUC is is composed of both pun purifying if in g gpropertiesjust and tonic tonicproperties tonicpropertiesjust
properties propertiesjust just what is needed in every everycase everycase everycase
case of Rheumatism It contains no potash alkali or other mineral mineralingredient mineralinlredient mineralingredient
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few days ago it was stated I lis ay a man nttnwho manwho Inliolwho
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deduced d the story that DonUt was atloggerheads at atloggerheads atlo
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