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EVENING LEDGEB-PHTLADEIiPHTA, THTTKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, IDT3.
PENN BACK FIELD MUST BE DEVELOPED-EDDIE COLLINS TO WRITE WORLDS SERffiS
MRS. BARLOW AFTER UPHILL
STRUGGLE WINS GOLF MATCH
Defeats Miss Hyde One Up, in One of the Most Interesting
Contests in Women's Championship, Held at Glen
Cove, Long Island.
NASSAt ft If . TRY I'l.tlt, (ll.l!N
COVt:. I.. I. N. Y. Sept IT. -In flip
TvcrdltiK nut process favorites arc being
brushed aside rlslit mid left In the wom
en national golf tournament resumed
todov on the link'? of tlie Nnmi t'ountrv
C'luh The meeting of Mrs Itoiuilil II.
Berlow. (he Philadelphia tllle liolder. nlid
Miss l.llllan II. IImIc, the Metropolitan
champion from the South Slime Field
flub. In the third round today, furnished
thr renin of attraction for the ealloiv,
for prloi to the start of this week both
uric regnnlrd as nlmot eillat favorites
T'hlladeli lilaim resetted the fact tll.it
Mr r It nmlcrbccU. of the I'hlladel
1'hia I'rkWet t'lub and Mls llthel t'nnip
bell, of Overbronlc, were bracketed to
Pettier ami tticv nlMi had Ittl.xglvlniis as
to the prolnibl.. outcome or the clash be
tueen Mi's Florence McNect.v. of Merlon,
ami Miss llliiliie I'osenthal. the Western
plrl uho ,o ilc'lsivrly defeated Mls
Georclnii'm M. Hlshop on the seennil
M inrliuspits one leumltiinc hope con
lted In Mr It. rnold J.ickson, the
OnMrv woman, who won the llastein
title nt Greenwich, last .tune. She had
for an opponent Ml.s Caroline Painter
b plmkj plaver from Midlothian
When Mrs Harlow and Miss Hilc, who
ere the last 10 be called, appeired at
tin- flist tee. both wore light coats
Mr Harlow nlw had gloves on, lint
the other, ns she nlvvnvs does, pl.t.ved
ixlth bare hands Mrs. Harlow had the
lionor and dinvo a lino stialuht ball
Miss Hdo cot a frvv ards further, but
niul Mrs .tnekscm lapped the Kail rale
leslj. Then she decided to 1U out the
lie holes, whlih she did In perfect
"I pl.lMd my het, but What In th' '
world tail one lo ngaltist feeords?" ic
marked the I'hlc.igo ulil aftctwaul. "Jits.
Jackson jilnjcil silpeibjy."
. Mrs Jnckmn
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COLLINS TO WRITE
BIG SERIES FOR
Sacker Will Review Each
Game of World's Baseball
Classic in Day Following
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n s iT-m
Westerner, could not Bet collie ncialtist
Miss l-'loreiice McNeelv, of Merlon
The little daik-halred Miss of Is sum-
meis round her putting nil nun. She
N'o man In the country, with the pos
sible exception of (.'untile Mack, Is half
so well iiualllled to write Inside baseball
ns l-ddle Collins, the wolld's ptcmlei
s-eeoiii! baseman and ctru-base sluggei.
I'lltlte has consented to nilte u icvlow of
each came ol the appiouclilng wolld's
set Its for the Evening Ledger nnd It Is
THE WORLD'S SERIES
would bo a bit on the order of ths
cart without the horse, tt was after
the New York 'Hants had be'en so
completely routed by the Athletics
last October that John McGrnw salrt
IMdle Collins was "the most valuable
plner In the game."
Thcrefoie the World's Scries of 1911
will be far from complete. For
t:nt)IC CUMitNS will write an niter
math of each game for Philadelphia'!
new nfternoon newspaper.
Of course Hip Athletics will repre
sent the Ameilcnn League In the base
ball classic nobody doubts their abil
ity to cross the finish line an cas
winner The National League winner
uia be well, that's a matter of
guesswork or opinion. Anyhow, tills
much Is eel tain
VAmiU COt.MNS and the UVH
NINO liUDGRR will he necessary ncl
Juliets to the Wolld's Series of 1911
AND CHURCH WILL
CLASH IN FINALS
sltnpl.v could not net them down wlth the i Bate to sn. that his comments on that
he i, n v ., ,l,Prrlr ' '' ' b"'n HtMle W1 more widely rend
tne in i ii with a brace she squaied th" i .. ., . . .
man coin 01 any omcr wruer in .Miierica.
mutch at tin. eleventh and It was nip
and tuck from there on. Miss McN'eely
became cloimln one, hut Miss ltos"iith.il
won the eighteenth flnrlv enough, nlul
won tlieneict hole with a ft to a :
Mrs. Vandei beck, except foi 1111 occa
sional wllil drive, put up a bland ol golf
that sine hei opponent. Miss Campbell,
few opening It did not mutter where
-Mrs Vanderheck's ball was nftei the
clilie. hpi tipM shot aliiKist Inv.irl.-iblv got
her close to or on the green. Her shoit
approaches and putting wcic ileadlv.
Going ,it ,i 41, Mis. anderheck
luineii lor home 7 Ut on the CUerbrook
During the past ear Collins lias wilt
ten a number of cxiellcnt ai tides which
hao atipeared fioni time to time In va
rious magazines. Ills "Mack nnd Ills
Mncknien" and "1'ltihers 1 have Kneed'
made n big lilt with the nnscoall public
because they were splendldl.v written nnd
contained fHcts which no one but a gieat
ball plaxer himself could know. Need
less to say Collins writes his own articles.
Kurthermoie he wiitcs on a standard
typewrite! with nil the ease of .the tin
v,?Hl.'.W.,i!0n"an.nrf l",,"!,ll"l!' Mrs. i lined repoiter When all of the public
Vandei beck finally won bv 6 up and 4
As the affair now stands, Mrs. Jncksou
will meft Aim. Vandei berk In the upper
half of the semlllnal. while Mls Hosen
th.il will dash with Mr-. Hailow In
The summary follows
W. A. Joslyn, of Wilming
ton, and H. L. Worthing-
. ton, Baltimore, Net Fine
Records at Seaside Tourney.
to the left, almost to the tough After
the Philadelphia womnn bad approached
to within 10 feet of the pin Miss tUila
onl reached the ci pen's odce on the like.
but she munaged to get a hnlf In four i lev. beat .Miss Caroline Palnte
-Mrs Harlow was bothered In her ti.v for
a ? b a half stlnile.
To the long second hole Miss Hjde was
fortunate In winning, consldeilng that
she got Into two bunkers Sh- was in
the sand off her drive nnd again on her
third shot, but Mrs Harlow, after two
long balls pulled her approach to a tian
unci after barelv getting out supple
mented that b taking 3 putts, so Miss
Hjde won In f. to 7 That made the South
Shore pla.icr 1 up
From the third tee Mlsa H.vde got awav
one of her best dilves, the ball coming
to rest onl a few arils short of the
bunker. Although out-driven man)
arris. Mis. Harlow laid up a rare ap
proach practical! dead and winning the
hole In 3 to 4 squaied the match Miss
Hyde pulled her drive to the rough go
ing to No 4, but her second landed her
on the green hole high and she won the
hole in 4 to ft. when the Philadelphia
champion took 3 putts. Miss H.il" was
therpfote one up again.
It was Mrs. Hailow's turn tn do some
thing at tli fifth, which she won, t to fi,
her opponent starting bndl bv pullincr si
drive out of bounds. Mrs. Hallow failed
to get home on hc-t second, but laid the
. Mrs. Harlow did not dare attempt the
yMmcult crr on her second shot to the
Blxth, whereas the Long Island plajer
'"rfiiiTCst made the green with a cleek and
won the hole, o to 1. she was then one
r.iiliiK lo get hold of hei drive prop
el Mrs Harlow m again compelled
to plav sh irt of the bunker on her ap
pjoach to No. 7 Miss H.vrio hit a 250
jarder. but dabbed her approach, and
troth made the green on their third idiots.
They haU-M In 5, so that Miss Hvde
maintained her l!m advantage of one up,
going to the short eighth.
Miss Hvde had a tine chance to win
the eighth hole when her opponent fell
fhort from the tee. but the South Shore
Kirl teok 3 putts and they halved In 4.
To the ninth Miss H3.de pulled her
drive to the gullv across the road, but a
clever recovcrv got her nicely on the
left Mint Hvde 1 up at the turn. She! bl rth wltn onc ,hnv" '" the grand total
went out In 42 to the other's 13. or '" "clns." These were Wnolfolk Hen-
Neither made the "circus" or tenth d,,sn. of I-eington, Ky., Hd Adams, of
grttn on their tee shots anil thev halved Jte-aiiln". and W. M Toord, of Wilmlng
ln I. From the next tee Mtss HUe sliced 1 'on- TJel.
to the sand trip and had to'pla;. out Harrv Sloan with r "h.n,c. r,u ,
rhoit. whereas Mrs. Harlow got home v.;b ul J. J. .- ' harlM
rlccb with a drive and a oleelc. On her , ewcomb uUh ': gra-sed." and J.
third Miss Hjl pitched to within 12 - Grlmtb, with the score of 70. lead the
feet of the cup nnd she got a lucky half , contingent here from Philadelphia.
& wrM.fsiivc's'uu ,irPk 3 putt3 1 virhi"Rr ,ms1n fiuai h-;
Going up the hill to No. 12 MUs Hvde ' tUC f h'3 s"'alBht run of 127, which
laid a third shot close to the pin and ' Pl!ice M ahead In the select set contest
won in 1 to . her opponent having sliced Ins for laurels In this phase
her second to the rough Miss Hvde be- T H Fox, of I-vnchbuig Va fsiu ,.
raiSA nr, ns o rocull -,,..1 V-,. ! .. In lla ..1.1. - ... ' . V i,l"'i neXl
-" - -" mi uii ....- -.in cue unurohcn snect of 110 He
UII.U m ino oxpeit class. Neaf Atigar
nalles that ilcOiuw's Ideal of a base
ball pla.vcr Is able to comment on the
game as ably as he can play It, the name
of lMwatd Trovvbildge Collins will bo
raised to nn even greater height In the
ejes of the fans then hltheito.
That the nvenlng ledger Is fottunato
In having Collins to write the world's
,,.,.. ;, "- in inivniK coiiius 10 wrue me worms
w omen s national ch.imn onshln. third em-lea u ., t i. .,. i...i n.i...
round Mrs. H. Arnold Jncksou. o' Oak- nrilclps villi himif Im ,iii ,ini.iu f n',
Mllllolli. I ITi'r.!,, f A.lAK
I.... I ... .....I o . , . .... .--. if ui"nn
...... i .1), .inn . in jnnj , ,iis. c ii. an- i
clprnecK. riiiladelphia Cricket Club, beat
Miss Cthel M. Campbell, Oveibiook.
up and I to pla.v . Miss Klnlne V. P.oscn
tluil. liavlsloe. beat Miss Florence Me
N'eelv, Metlon. 1 up (nineteen holes i, Mrs,
Honalri If Harlow bent Miss Lillian H
Hvde South Shore, 1 Up
HAVE HAD A MOST
In Eleven Regattas of South
Jersey Association Made
Fine Record by Winning
When Terry Turner first became a Nap
' fans used to 'make him doff his cap to sec
. his whitened top. Compared to fleldln'
1 stunt-t he'd stage his hnlr seemed to belle i
his age 'twas like a cotton clop. Ol' Time
. can't seem to work his tricks on Terry.
TIT TIAfl X T riTTm F"r h "' ""' St'" pInys cli,ss.v ,,n11- At
I N HOlT A N xH MjlT 1 short an' thlld nn' second base lie's given
11" llvUflli1 Ullvvl scores o' kids a race an' put It on 'cm all.
ATLANTIC CITY. .V. J. Sopt -
Scores ran especially high In the opening
evvnts todiy at the W,.Ftv Hogan shoot.
Over one-fourth broke evwity in the
first five sets of fifteen targets each nnd
one. third netted sixty-eight.
W A Josjn, of Wilmington. Del, and
H. Linn Worthlngton of Raltlmore, Md ,
both professionals, sent In perfect rec
ords. These two eneils liavo lin .,.,.
Ing wll ever since the start of the pro
gram, but today's exhibition escelk-il.
Aimteurs did not gain a clear sheet in
and they halved in I That ' a" ot lnclr "inks, thicc tying for the top
The stork In Sandy Ixike, Pec-Ay, came
'round to Turner's folks one day an' left
the bantam kid. As soon as he was 21 he
hiked to Orecnvllle an' begun to make his
baseball bid. The little white-head tore
j around nt short so fast that he was found
thnt eir by Pittsburgh scouts. He
couldn't quite beat AVagnei's gait an' so
for Cleveland lie pulled freight to star In
The King at second. Tuck at short for
j ears showed Cleveland high-class sport
an' gllt-cdgcd Infield play. His steals
were one o' Cleveland's rrldes. His fa
mous diving, head-first slides were thril
lers eveiy da New blood has come In
every spring to notch the end n' Terry's
string an' send him to the bush. Short,
second, third he's switched about but
young stars can't quite shove, him out no
matter how they push. Copyrighted by
A. M. Corrlgan.
Ha ro w
the thirteenth In 3 when Mrs,
pulled a drle out of bounds. another professional from Plainiinifi v T
Miss Hvde pulled her drive to the nit chipped 1ft; targets before mlsoi- ,'
at the 14tn. whereas Mr Hallow drove to , tho clever Wilmington shot rets at th
the green, a matter of 190 yards A won- bead of the "Simon Pures." lie rhinr,2.i
d-rful recovei out of the sand left MUs ' 1W In line e rn,nIi''
Zlvde a putt or a club s length for a 3
She was closer to the pin than Mrs. Har.
low after the latter had made her ap
proach putt, but Miss Hjde missed, so It
was Mrs Barlow's hole in 1 to 4 The
Philadelphia woman was then 2 down.
When Miss Hjde fell short of the green
vwlth her second at the 15th. Mrs Harlow
won In 4 to 6. which left the last named
only one down
Miss Hyde then proceeded to throw
away the 16th after her second shot had
Uucklly hit the top of the bunker and
iboundect to the edge of the green Mrs.
Barlow's second found the sand and she
only Just got clear on her third, but Miss
Hyde amaied her friends by takfng four
tfiutts That squared the match
This made three straight holes that
Vra Harlow had won nnd she gratified
Jier admirers b reaching the 40o-ard
seventeenth green with a drive and a
biassle Miss Hyde flubbed her second,
but laid the next on the green about
twentv feet from the pin She then
drew a sigh of relief from her supporters
b bringing off the putt for a four It
looked like a halved hole until Sirs Har.
low ran down her putt of eighteen feet
for a three That made Mrs. Harlow one
lt looked as If the tenacious hanging
on by Mrs Harlow had got on the nerves
of the vounger plaver, who. after a great
drive from the eighteenth tee again dug
deeply with her Iron, the ball falling
short of the tran. so that she was no
better off than Mrs. Harlow, who had
ipurpoiely plaved short noth made the lnr,
green on their mashle shots and Miss t " .
lli'H- llion fnitti Ytv a turn Af Ih. I. ill fT.?'!1!"
.... ..- - ...... , t,,v ,,i, ni k
to brine off n twenty-footer for a four I Am iw j
Jlrs. Harlow got her five, good enough ' I: f,' '"n;!thr J.l h' f t
Vi halve the hole and win the match by , l PMP "Yw nrlr.n
onr up .i iiiiu" v-ini urni ruunn,
i a flna E3. w-as congratulated on all
sides on her plucky uphill fight. The
fMr Harlow -
Mrs. lackson won
bv a 4-to-2 margin
enualltd the record for the course estab
lished last ar bv Miss Hvde In the test
inr round of the Metropolitan Champion
,hio with 2 It might have been SI
Just as wel as not, for on the sixteenth
green, when the matcn nnisnea ansa
Fainter rcsifntd the hole and the match,
r. i cvanaiiKh 5 William Shugaisiv? t
rr'Jfeck..,j2. V n F'Phnon 71 H
Fnor-l. .1 M J Holohan. 71. O i: II.,lhaT
s-v".1 L :w- JI "ammonfl. W r' s
WrljM CS. I, T lAihy. 71. r F MeJUhon
1 Homer ' art in, C V Moore en ? i"
ralaterfitiM. 13 Hrooks. 07. H r.t,cU 71
rjeorge Co hran 73. W. fl Hehm. !! ',l,
Martin i , n. Wnrden 71. II J .shonn
W l A IIrrrr.11. 07. M3 M. Daniel 7! ??'
nunthrr. in i: W Sinfonl. if, kV Ilrnch:
70, x J Mnihevv. 112, J SI ntffce Kl. r.w
Mav, 47. M. M Hawklna. 72 D - pk rtl
J M rupnhiKham, rti. It F Hrown no, Frank
Hlllmyer. 71. I' M Pattereon. f,0. W it
n'.Kh.rnnen,iU. "' '"-""'"on 71. V t-Koch.
S' l- ,? I-ecompto. 7(1. J r. c;riffith 70
Vv F- ;tanr fin, .rj p Slear 72 w r '
Severn fll II flrrenwoml. (V! K r, ,'
H'n rvi,,n-';nV.'' ';',"'.." M"'lHrrcn ":
if .P L00'.' '- "r ' Westi on. IS tienrir
& ' Intn S-"" '' A " Winkler nrt 1"
I'llllnj. 70 i jihi. 71 . I sPJ;
r'.mb 7.' Bl .l.,,j 74. O I, l.von 72 II
.... ' w"t 71 B M. Trent (tl. 11 m
li,chetr 11 Harry Ilarriann. B0 1 '
lieninan ,1 jir, Hnrrifep j rtobert Pa".
''"" Wlluff. 72. J. M. lUrVe" 711 J
IF Zicilrr GO John Hltierllng. M r. Hrown;
u' "n ''V, rA J. Mlnnlck W W s. Inn...
?' , I Klcili 1,2. i- b MrKflver 7" c:
I Tuekttt in K )tk,rfj ?,, ' ' 11 Homer.
70 Oeorice ilniM. 7.'. F A. hlbert. in "
... .::: . . "iv ".. j j 1 iineii ii
"if! n'S "! ' " .M.on 72. W. II llaa
Hecoived a letter from Hany Kdnards,
president of the Olympla Athletic Aso
elation, In which he states It has nl
wajs been the pollcv of the Olympic
Association to plaj fair. The rent-on
Hairy penned the note Is because ho
feels that he has been done an Injustice,
he savs so himself The trouble arose
when .Ilmm Dougherty, manager of Jack
Hlackburn, saw fit to attempt to make
a speech regarding the Hlackburn-Cole-man
match difficulty nt the Wllllams
I.ouisiana fight Mondav night. Dougherty
wanted to explain some matters of In
terest about that bout, but could not do
so because of the ensuing confusion Here
Is what Kdwards has to say, and it is
onl fair to print It for him:
I have acquainted mnelf with nil of The
0tatls of the Tomniv Coleman-Jack Hlack
burn match K'i'lle Unhand had good Bna
nine-tent re.c-nn 10 change his mlmt. Had
ninekburn Injured himself while training the
club would hive lot the matr-h. for no for
feits were posted and there U 110 way thit
the club could have cnnipellnl Illmkburn to
bos had he been hurt. He rnuld have nurfd
an Injury until the day nf the bout nnl then
called It nil erf. If at th lnt minute he
r-mtl.) mil hnve boxed Colemnn Ii&m nlm,l
1 fair and he will not regret Ii
I sianl re-id. to offer Mr Iiiijrher -.
date nrnv tiled he posta a good klzed forfeit
for weiKhi and aopwiranie and iim c'nieman
d..e th' mrnr. The club will put up X2 for
every one ihe fluhtera post I will t, In ms
nffire at I o'clock next Mnnda afternoon and
I Invlie ever local paper to vent n repre
fntatlve in learn the truth nf the match
n'mn "HI he present If Dounherty meana
that ulld speech of hts let him come ant talk
turkev. pout a forfeit agree on termi, and If
nnlv ihe ushera are present the OImpla A. A.
will place that match
Hundred! of p.nple aikei m what Dough
ert a irlng to a on .Monday night. I
Invite all th papera and people who deMre,
to wltnen my peronal efforta to clve Dough
erty Just what he haa requested The time la '
I o clock, the dale (September 21." I
Gridiron News I
The members of the Chelsea Yacht
Club are still talking about tho success
of the licet of boats In the race meets ot
the South Jersey Association. Hx-Com-niodore
Joseph D. Swoycr nnd the pres
ent commodore. Samuel V. Whan, should
be proud of the results which have been
obtained during the past season, nnd In
dications, tnken from the close scries ot
races between the boats of the onc-dc-sign
fleet point to a better record next
The Chelsea Yacht Club leads all the
other eleven clubs on tho number of first
niul second prizes obtained In jhe regat
tas dining the ten weeks of rnclng. Hc
sld"s winning 27 flrfct prizes In the 63
events, which were held, nnd twelve sec
onds, the club holds the title ot chnm
plc 11 among the clubs along the shores
of South Jersey. Thiee boats captured
chrmplonshlp certificates, which woto
awarded by tho Ameilcun Power Hoat
Association nt the final series of races
held at Atlantic City on September 5
The Atlnntlc City Yacht ClUb Is the runner-up,
having taken the two remaining
certificates. It Is also in second place In
troph.v lifting, having seven firsts nnd
eleven seconds on the shelves of the spa
clous trophy case
Commodore Whan, with his cruiser,
Peggy, picked up eight first places and
a championship, being the most consist
ent winner nlong the coast with the ex
ception of A. C. Gllmore's open boat.
Seven Heels, which also had eight wins
to its credit. Hut owing to the fact that
the Stone Harbor craft was given too low
a rating during the j-enson In the finals
It was moved up to the over 40 class,
where It did not show. No other cruiser
got better than second place.
In the class for displacement racers,
Halfour II, owned by A. W. Hrehman.
won the championship besides gathering
In three first -prizes. All the Time, owned
by li. F. Rubers was a twice winner,
while Margaret M, owned by Charles
Tllton. got a first place and three hoc
ondy. In the open boats Anna Maj. G. Mahn,
won the -championship, foui firsts and two
seconds. Foggy Dew has three victories
to her -credit. Catherine II, Chedoii, Pet,
Nadlne and Seamahr picked up one first
and four seconds.
National Champion and Del
aware Title-holder Easily
Dispose of Their Oppo
nents In Big College Ten
HAVBnronD, Pa., Sept. K.-There
weie no upsets In the .faenil-nnnl round
matches In singles of the 31th nnnual In
tel collegiate Tennis cliamtilonshtD tourna
ment, which continued on the courts of
tho Merlon Cricket Club here today. As
11 result of the competition, Itlchard Nor
rls Williams. Philadelphia, the national
, and present Intercollegiate champion, will
clash with Ocorge M. Church, Dclawaro
I State champion nnd Princeton captain, In
! the final round,
! Williams, who wns tho standard bearer
for llnrvnrd University, advanced by his
victory over I.. Vnndovander, of Prince-
j ton. There was no letup In Williams'
game He slashed the ball from right to
left, whipped It to the fur corners of tho
court, lobbed with wonderful Judgement,
smnshed his shots across the not with re
maikable accuracy, and In fact, showed
tho tennis which made him tho national
champion In all departments of tho game,
I winning by the score: 6-1, 6-1, 6-1.
cnuich, who loomed up ns a likely
finalist when ho was drawn In the upper
division had a teatnmale for his op
ponent, which rather robbed him of the
pleasure of vanquishing a rival collegian,
but Princeton mid Hnrvard were nlonn
in the seminnnl,' so there was nothing
left for him to do but meet a Tiger.
The latter was A. M. Kidder, his partner
In the doubles. Church showed his supe
riority by carrying off the three sets,
6-2, 6-2 and fi-l.
The only surprise thnt could possibly
have been experienced by the largo and
appreciative audience was the easy win
scored by Williams over Vandcvander,
whose work In the earlier matches was
exceptionally good. Williams was nat
urally the favorite, but tho fact that he
lost six games In his match with Itlchard
Harte, ot Harvard, yesterday, caused
many to think that the Prlncotonlnrr
would give him a battle royal today, but
such was not the case, Williams losing
only three games In the entire match,
while he scored IS by plnjlng magnifi
cent tennis from start to finish.
Chimplnnihlp Singles Reml-flnal Hound
OiorKo M Church. Princeton University, de
feated A. M. Kidder, Prlnrrton Itnliernlty.
n-2 0-2, il-l, nichard N. Williams 2d. Itnr
W". defeated U Vandcvander, Princeton, 0-1,
BACK FIELD DEVELOPMENT
TASK FOR PENN COACHES
Football Experts Concentrating ,all Thought and Energy
eTciong 1 nose juincs narvara, uartmouth and Cornell
Favored in This Respect, as 1913 Quartets arc Intact.
this writing the outlook at Pennsilvah
Is not very bright behind tho line. tK
nro plenty of candidates for each poslllm
vnu snow inoiviuuai skill, but four new
men will have lo be welded together , '
net ns a Unit, and It would be Utile short' i
of m raculous If they should Show
strength comparable to that of the Dart- i
mouth backs. So far not a man Is 8Ur,
of a position here. It will require several
days more, of signal drill nnd even soma '
scrlmmnglng for the coaches to seleri
oven a tentative Imckrleld. '
Finding a good quarterback still ,,.
mains Coach Brooke's big problem it.
"H? ,bccn trying Hallou, Irwin and Mr-
rill hero rind nil give promise, though '
Djillou Is by far tho most finished player
or the lot. If the quarterback problem li 4
solved soon It will bo an easier matter ta
find three running mates for him. 1
To Pat liwyer has been assigned th
task of finding a centre to succeed Ri,n.. ,
. of Inst yenr's team. Ho Is now con. Z
INMAN SHOWS FINE FORM
NEW YORK, Sept. 17.-Melbourno In
man, tho champion at English billiards,
showed that he is a master at the game
in Maurice Daly's Academy last night!
when he played nn exhibition match with
the Canadian star, Pyc The Englishman
ran out his 800 points while the Ca
nadian was garnering 103. Inman com
pleted the game with an unfinished run
of H In the nineteenth Inning.
OAMrminan. Mas., sept, u.-witit
the view to separating the varsity squad
from that of the second team the Har- '
vanl coaches paid special attention to i
Individuals yesterday. Friday the -var. '
slt men will be picked, so that on Mon
day scrimmaging may start In earnest.
Charley Mrlckley put In a long session
at dropklcklng and late In the afternoon. 1
after the squad was dlamtssed, he was !
biicceshfu! in kicking goals from place- I
ment from the middle of the field. I
PRINCETON, Sept 17.-A 25-mlnute
scrimmage yesterday afternoon gave Ihi
Tiger football candidates their first
bruises Two teams were chosen by
penneld and Captain liallin's
4 a 4
4 n s
I fl f. I
a s. 4
t 4 ft .1
s s n 1
8- 41 t
s c" s
13 IT C- l..rf..i fj n n ..L 7 .
V4 At. -e.hUi.i"o. ."".. .... 'i"".- i-oacn
T. Imao Anlreua 01. i t RlfrV eleven was victorious by a score of 12
J-ord (IT J A Depew. ill It. H tc 0 The original llneun of Ilallln'a has
."' 1 almost the same as jestcrduy. Tlbbott
K. Ha roll , v as not out and Uooilttle took Ills place
T Tt l.-.-.n,Q,n n I..1II..AI. T1-.. . S-.I I
- 11 i p:PP, is i.L l,v en i I rt" n. " itiu.wi aim cuarics mane
Krigleri. i '" ft niTfc!? 71 ." if Keller" a fast '",lr ot ttlnK men aml worked well
Jr . r-s Neaf Anjar 71 im fjiover 72. or the receiving end of the forward
. ....,.,. .( .-, ,, nftimn ,m, joai ii na.Glna-
I" rtinkwin. S J A llronn
lieu il. T II Foi. 72 Jneenh Ciravra ra J
V K"n. m- Harrold fhattey M W I- W.
iSa,.m. K .J ' WrlB-ht W J W I-anrence.
.-A"S? Srf T4- '' A Jenklru 73 Walter
futii. 5.'. 2' " Pricier W n A Hall 70.
h ) .! I'tfenl'jrjrer 70 1 M llroan.M BO;
Jo ?. J,'.l"'T. A .' p ' f n'' P " Tomlin
7p r II Plait 70 J rUuach .10. A. H
!ar;.n'.". "' Xi" I.enaerTce m T) It.
IMnSel BS W I. roater Bl S K Sllull l:
F A Floberteon 03 I. A Miller r-. Tt !.
Jell w g M rothcra. s.1 A U rtumack
71 ( V Hvde m W Webeter IB r B.
Smith 07 JacV Kannlna 71 Henri Ton era.
li1-.!u Joalvn 71 F J Mcl-onnell 70.
E It Slmiaon rA n M McVnv ti'. V V
Maitheiva as f Sloan 71 K
fc'P.'1"' S w H Msuhem m J V
FIltUlDa f-S W F! flnnr O W A Hflllr
Mils I J D- H J?'e-nr St r4 HjitleM 71 M B
Wlnaluw, 84, Wlllltm Myers, 5S. R Youn. 90.
ITHACA. Sept 17 -A series of hard 1
scrimmages featured the Cornell football ,
practice yesterdav afternoon One of tnc-
j surprises of the day was Coach Sharpe'j
' placing Shuler. who played at halfback a
good share of the time last ve.cr, at quar
I terback on the second team Uarretl.
Hill. Phllllppi and follyei played it
backs on the varsity The persistent use .
of Collyer at fullback it believed to mean
that I-ihr may not hold this position this I
j fal, In .pite of the fact thst he was the? I
' regular man In the I'enn name last fall.
Detroit, S: Cletelanil, 3
ht. I.011U, S rhlragn, I.
St. I.ouU, .I; Chli-acn, I
Alhletlca at Detroit.
New lork at t'hlrasn,
Iloatun ut (letrlanil.
Muahlnstnn at .St. lamia.
Athletlra at Detroit.
.New York at flilraso.
Iloatnn at Clereland.
Vtsahlnston at St. Iaiuls.
w I. pr wtpp
Mhletlea... 88 4(1 .(IVJChlcasn A3 71 470
Tloton 70 .13 .BOSS! Lnula . ni 7" Jr,n
Oecrolt 7.1 A3 MTNenr York (10 75 444
Waahsfn 0 0J SIB Cleveland 43 02 .31!)
I'hllllen, A) I'itlehurah. 3.
Iloaton, A 1 Nt. Louis, 3,
New York, 81 t'inrlnnatl, I.
Ilronklyn, 7 1 thlrasn, 3
I'ltUhurali at Phlladelnhla (2 samea),
f hlrasn at llronklyn,
St, J.nula at llnon,
Cincinnati at New York
I'ltlihursh at Phlladelnhla.
t hlcaco at Ilrookljn.
M. I ouU at Ilnalnn.
Cincinnati at .Nfu York.
w kpr wipe
Hniiton 7B SS nKQPIttati'sh. 02 00 .473
New nrk 73 n! nl.lphilliea.... at 11 .nit
Ft Loula 71 63 r.SOHronkhn r.n 73 447
fhUago 71 4 SVOCInclnnatlSO 78 !4V4
Italtlmore. 3; Kam.au C'llr. .
Indlanapolia, 2 Ilrooklrn, 0.
t'hlcasn, 7i rlttuburali. 4,
Ilurfalo, 7j hi, I.oui, 3.
hamaa City at Ilaltlmore
Chlc-aso at i'Utsbursh.
Indlanapolia at UrooMn.
St. Ixiula at Iluffalo.
Kunaa City at Ilaltlmore
Chlrsso at I'itl-hurali.
Indlanapolia at Ilrookljn.
HI. I.ouU at Iluffalo.
"W I. v c VI,pn
Indlanap'a 7S IM Sfli) Buffalo 07 r.3 BIB
fhlcaso 75 50 jnn Kan City 02 70 -,n
Balllraora. 70 00 B18S; I.oula. .18 7B 438
Brooklyn 07 03 .5151'Htab'sh S3 77 gj
Toronto. 81 Montreal. 3
IluCfalo, 3 1 Rorlitsler. 1.
W L PC. xf I. PC
Buffalo Jj 2 r''n?To,'0n,,0 "9
noehtat.r. M BS S'lA'V1'.' "J " 449
Provld'c 5 J 'SiIVon,i!1 BT 8 .404
Baltlmora. 7. 7 -SUJer City.. 40 80 ,3tl
TWO HARNESS MEETS
ARE SCHEDULED TO
First Is to Be Held Next
Saturday on Chamounix
Tollowers of liorsei arc taklns an in
terest In the two race meets which are
to be hold In this vicinity Saturday, Sep
tember 19 and Wednesday, September 23.
The thlld of the fall racing series of the
Road Drivers' Association will take place
September 19. It will bo Knluhts Tom
play D'iy on the Chamounix Speedway and
tho feature event should be the frec-for-nll
contest for which a handsome trophy
Is being offered by the Ladles' Auxiliary
of the KnlRhts Templars, n this race
Hoke's Jlarunret, by llokcs Jr.. the most
consistent trotting mate In the stable of
Edward Caughlln, chairman of the raclns
committee of tho Itoad Drivers' Associa
tion, will be matched against Millie V, by
Bohemia Boy, owned by 1:, C. Durell,
Owen O'Neill, by John G. Corllsh. owned
by Root, which Is an ex-speedway cham
pion, and others of similar calibre.
The greatest trotting event of the sea
son will tnke place next "Wednesday at
the Belmont Driving Park, Xnrbcith. The
(.porting sweepstakes for a J10CO purse,
winner taking (ill, will more than likely
be tho feature event of tho day. Three
other sweepstakes are listed which will
bring together the blue blood of this sec
tion. The fiee-for-all trot raco over the mile
track nt Belmont Driving Park, Narberth,
yesterday afternoon, proved to be the
most exciting contest.
Millie W, by Bohemia Boy, from the
stable of 12. C. Durell, was beaten to the
tv Ire In the first heat by Strawberry, the
bay gelding of Joseph Davenport. In the
second heat It came home a winner. In
the final heat both trotters came down
the homestretch neck and neck. Just as
the wire was reached Millie W pushed her
note across, winning by Inches.
James Bell, vice president of the Itoad
Drivers' Association, picked up two (Irsta
and a second In the meet nt Narberth yes
terday. His bay marc, Nina II, ran two.
one, two in tne class u pace, capturing
kecond ribbon. Oeorge M after finishing
thild In the first cIsbs F trot, won the
next two heats Direct Omcr, a consist
ent black gelding, won In straight heats
from Kd. Balf In the class B. pace contest.
C. H. S. PAIR BEATEN
After working their way through the
entire field In the Eastern Clay court
tennis championships In doubles, Arthur
Kerr and Robert SI. Brookfleld, the Cen
tral High pair, were at last forced to ac.
cept defeat yesterday on the Belfield
Country Club courts, falling before the
superior play of I. S. Cravis and Charles
Van Horn, the defenders of the title. In
the challenge round. Score, 6-3, 3.$, 5.9
The match was originally slated for the
Strawberry Mansion courts, but owing to
somu Improvements being made there It
was Bhlfted to Helfleld at the last minute
Kelly On Maroon Varsity
KASTON. Sept 17 -A still hunt Is being
Instituted by Coach Crowell In an en
deavor to find a suitable substitute for
I'riu Scheeren, the big backfleld man
who left college to loin the Pittsburgh
Nationals The most promising candl"
date for the place was uncovered yester
Ji.th? Pe"" of m" K'y who
Mit K.V ' le.Ual M"ual n of
the vars'ty ' lmi"l'-tly pUce4 on
By EDWAEJD B. BUBHNELIi
x While the coaches at FrankJIn Field are
concentrating all their thought and en
ergy upon the development of a ground
gaining bnck field, Harvard, Dartmouth
and Cornell are giving thanks that their
veteran back field quartets of 1913 nro
Intact, nnd promise to be better this year
than ever. While these universities have
merely lo hold their back field men to
gether, the Quakers must flit every one
of these four positions with a new man,
vThc effectiveness of Harvard's back field
ought to bo greatly Increased this year,
If such a quartet could do more deadly
execution than that wrought by Mrlckley,
Malian, Logan and Bradlee. About all
Head Coach Percy Haughton has to do
Is to keep these men In shape and think
up new plays for them. Unless some
thing now unforeseen happens no pos
sible change could strengthen this group.
ISvery man Is n Btar of the first magni
tude In his particular position, nnd tho
four work together with the greatest pre
cision. It Is Idle to dwell upon tho good
points ot these men because every one
knows how wonderfully Brlckley can
drop -and placo kick, Vun tho ends and
buck the line! how Mahan can punt,
run back kicks and sprint around end:
how Bradlee can hit tho line, and Logan
run the team.
But Pennsylvania men arc probably
more Interested In the strength of Dart
mouth and Cornell behind the line be
cause the Quakers have to play both of
these team. Dartmouth Is every whit
ns well fortified here ns Harvard. Last
year Llewelyn nnd Qhoe alternated nt
quarterback, but Ghee was the better
man. Llewellyn has graduated, leaving
Ghee In full charge. Dartmouth's other
three backs are on hand again. These
include Captain Whitney and Curtis at
the halfback positions, nnd Murdock nt
fullback. There Isn't much to choose be
tween the Dartmouth and Harvard back
fields. That Indicates how strong Dart
mouth Is. In some respects Whitney Is
a better player than Btlckloy. He Is
every bit as fast, and aa a line bucker
he Is superior to the Harvard captain.
Only iii kicking Is Brlckloy his superior.
Qhee Is a better man to operate the
forward pass than Logan. Likewise ha
runs his team faster nnd Is a better
Individual player. Mahan is superior to
Curtis, but there Is nothing to choose
between Murdock, of Dartmonth, and
Bradlee, of Harvard. But think what n
load lb taken from the minds of tho
Dartmouth coaches when they realize
that they now havo a back field which
can't be Improved!
Dr. A. H. Shorpc, of Cornell, may try
to Improve his back Held, but ho will be
pretty well fortified even If he decides to
fctand pat on his present quartctte which
did so much to win from Pennsylvania
last year. Last year's back flold was
made up of Barrett at quarterback, Coll
yer and Phillip! at halfbacks and Lahr at
fullback. On the offense Fritz, now grad-
sldeilng three men for the position, Can!
"u,,i -ucmic, ui mm years fresh- j
man team, and Butler, who played th
position on the scrubs. The position Is '
now to Journeay, but there nro so many
big men for guard and tackle and the
need of a centre so pressing, that Jour
neay li6pcs to win the pivotal position by .
mu nine inu nrai Knine is piayea. What
Journeay needs moro than an thing els !
Is speed, for tho Pennsylvania style of i
placing this position requires a man of c
great activity who can take caro of him- i
self nnd thon lend a hand wherever he li
Coach Brook, of Pennsylvania, has J
picked n provisional team and plans to
send them through a few simple forma- )
tlons today. The lineup of yesterday r
gives some Indication of tho probabls
makeup of the team today Captain
Journeay, as was predicted. Is to play
centre. Ho Is tho only man definitely
placed. Flanking him for guards In ths
present lineup will be Wlthcrow and
Nowald; at tackles, Harris and Russell:
nnd ends, Carter and Rockefeller. Irnln
Is to start out nt quarter and Moffet at
fullback, Gotwcls and Jones will nil In.
This combination will be shifted fre
quently. Murdock and Tucker alternated
with Carter and Rockefeller at end s
tcrday. Mike Dorlzas continues lo Im
prove nnd li pretty sure to make a place.
Ballou nnd Merrill had turns with "Doc"
Irwin nt the pilot position. Vreeland did
not put In an appearance, as he Is study
ing for nn examination. Mathews re
lieved Moffet nt Intervals. He li big and
speedy nnd as consistent a drop kicker
as thero Is on the field. Gotvvels at
half made n good Impression. He Is a
little light, but his wonderful speed makes
up for thnt deficiency. Hughes Is likely
to be a dark horse. Although In school
Inst year, he did not play. He caught
on the freshman baseball team last year.
Jack Dalton, nll-Amerlcnn quarterback
on tho Navy team, was out today to
Of last year's team. Crane. Slmnson.
uated, was brought back to a halfback
position. With the exception of Fritz this i Marshall nnd Pcdcn were out. Mercer.
offensive machine Is still available. It Is , tho old Amerlcnn fullback of two ears
a pretty well rounded combination, too, I ago, was also present. Among tiie older
nnd directed by Barrett, who is one of the graduates were noticed Dr. Robert Torry,
bcyC quarterbacks, punters nnd drop Davlsson Kennedy, Bill Young and Char-,
kickers In the country. lie Corson. Ben Cllne, Swarthmore's
There Is no disguising the fact that at captain, was also n morning visitor.
J, J. KEENAN TOPS
HIS POOR CARD
Lansdowne Golfer's 85 Was
Best Score for First 18
Holes at the Philadelphia
Cricket Club's Annual
Event at St. Martin's.
ST. MARTIN'S, Pa Sept. 17.-Although
the condition all around could not possi
bly have been more favorable, fot some
reason or other the early htartera In the
qualifying round of the nnnual Invitation
tournament of the Philadelphia Cricket
Club here today turned In cry poor
J. J. Keenan, Jr.. of Lansdowne, so far
holds the lead, with n round of 85, nnd
H 11. Newton Is a close second with S6.
Keenan plajed the moie consistent golf
of the two, with 42 going out nnd 43
coming In. Newton got off to a bad start,
ar.d took 47 strokes for the first nine holes,
but coming in played very fine golf and
took only 3D strokes for the last nine.
The cards follow:
out 3 5 ft a
In. 3 H fl
BRYN MAWR SHOW "1
Nine Hundred and Forty
five Horses and Ponies in
Ninety-nine Clases to Be
Judged September 21.
. fi fl 8 4 fl 7 4 4-4T
,.-';r' 4 ,6 3 4 5 4 4 3-30 SO
Ho far only alx ulayera are under 00. but as
of Keenan an! Newton ihouH tie heaten. '
The scorea follow
M. 41 Jack, Merlon
i. i, i,"0'"". ,r. I'lilla. C.
M. P. Hurl, n II I , ..
? 'I- "alt"". Whltemarah .. .
J. Prnitlaa. SI Davlda
. 1 Hawlej, I'hila. f c
T. K llrocvn. I'hila Of ..."
J J!' '.!?.Y?'- ''"" '" C
,.'J Wltllama, i'hila. c
J P llallovcelt. North HHU
I. F". ix-nilns. Vhllemurh
n. T Nenklrk, I'hila r C.
I'. II Varnall. Jr.. Merlon ......
E. !Wel. I'hila. C. c. .
R. Noser. Whltemarah
A J!.1","" Whltemarah
n A. Ilallarcf. I'hila. i o
A Jr ft'Vr.rd. Aronomlnk ...
C M lilcks. I'hila. c u .
n I,.Rn,5f,r, Huntingdon Valley
V Ulley. Dutchess County.
0 W flaron. phlla C. c
Tr K McIJomld. Whltemarah .
1 F Meehan, North Hlllt
St T. Jonea, Whltemarah ....
F. Chapman, Whltemarah . ..
n Ilalitead. Phlla C. C ....
C W. nalnear. Ilala .. .
Out. In T I.
4-' 41 81
47 .'10 Mil
41 4 1 Mt
41 4.1 h'l
47 t2 Ml
4ft 41 fcl
47 41 W
4H 1.1 111
4'l ti 111
4fl 41 111
4'l I'-' Ill
41 .VI til
4') 41 HI
4'J 41 01
.V) 44 U4
.11 4.1 III
SI 44 111
4ft 4 JIT
4M III UT
48 40 UT
V.I ,11 111
nt in if
nt 4n too
M 43 Hal
.vi .in I on
M 4S llll
nn 4.1 nu
4S r.i uu
M 4!) to:
M .11 llll
Bl K I lul
58 B4 110
Record for McNichol Entry
DETROIT. Sept. U.-The feature of
yesterdaj's Michigan State Fair races
was the running of the Philadelphia
gelding, n. H. Brest, owned by Senator
James P. McKlchol, which v.on the sixth
and deciding heat of the 2 04 pace, with
a new world's record of 2.0314.
Analysis of the entry lists foi the Mrn
Mawr Horso Show, to be held Septem
ber 21. emphasizes the fact that thla Mth
camlvul event will far exceed In size
and Importance any previous exhibition.
Thero nre 915 horsex and ponies entered,
comparing with a. previous record of S23.
"iVIien tho post entries In the varioui
classes In which such entries are accepted
will be added, the total should be well
Of the total of M classes, 30 are for
hunteis and Jumicrs, and in these classes
there are 331 entries. In other rars the
number of entries In any one cI.ies never
exceeded 33, but this year the juinplnff
class for green hunters has 16 entries, tin
Jumping class, o(c-n to nil, has 13 entries,
and tvo other Jumping classes have 3J
In the 24 classes for harness horses
there are 119 horses entered, and In th
IS classes for saddle horse the entrlei
tjtal 189. The many new classes ar
ranged for ponies, 16 In .all. have attracted
a. record number of S6 entries. Consider
ing the fact that this Is the first time
that draft horses have been Invited to
exhibit at nryn Mavcr. the 17 entries in
the dvo draft classes Is also a repreien
KntrleB for the first annual Bryn Mawr
Hound .Show, totaling 269 doss, far ex
ceed the expectations of the organizer)
of this first attempt ever made In Emeries
to provide an opportunity for competition
among fot hounds and beagle hound).
Tho hound entries nre divided as follows;
American hounds. In the ten classes, 108
RngllHli hounds, eleven classes. 41 rntrle),
American-bred I-ngllsli hounds, six class
es, ID entries; half-bred hounds, nln
classes, 29 entries, and in the eleven class
es for beagle hounds there aro SI entries.
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