THE SIX-DAY LINEUPMcNamara and Spears. (jrenda and Hill. Y’erri and Corry. Wiley and Llnart. Bedell and Magln. Cameron and Kaiser. Root and Hanley. Walthour and Carman. Dupuy and Moran. Eaton and Madden. Sullivan and Holbrook.Tomorrow afternoon at 4 o’clock, 11 well-groomed teams will get awayin Boston’s annual six-day bicycle race at the Arena. For 10 hours each day, and for six days, these 22 men will encircle the huge oval, watching every opportunity to steal a lap, and with one thought uppermost in their minds—new records.WORLD’S LEADERSThe entry comprises the world’s leading riders and undoubtedly one of thebest groups of long distance ridersever welded together for an event of this kind.A Watertown boy, Freddy Hill, and his partner, Alfred Grenda, the elongated Tasmanian wood chopper, are the favorites. The Australian combination of Reggie McNamara and BobSpears are running them a close second in the betting. Hill, with Goulett, was the winner of last year’s grind. McNamara was the runner-up.However, the strength is so evenly divided that any one of the eleven hat, a chance. The motur paced combinationsof Carman-Walthour and Wiley-Linart will bear close watching. Dupuy, a sprinter of unusual ability, will prove a dangerous man, with a partner of Moran's experience. Dupuy walkedaway with both Goulett and Grenda at i Revere last season, which is quite a j record in itself.Francisco Verri, the sensation of lastyear's race in New York, is one of the most feared men in the race, ana he will have ample backing with Frank Corry, the Australian, one of the trickiest men that ever drew a pedal across his feet. Verri gave Goulett one or j the greatest battles of his life in the j big Gotham race last winter and will j likely give Grenda and the others I plenty to worry about.j Racing will begin every afternoon at! 4 o’clock and will be continued until i 2 o’clock the next morning. This programme will be carried out each dayexcept Saturday when the event will begin at 12:30. At 10 o’clock that evening the riders will go on for the final half hour of sprints, which will decide i the winner.Matty Baldwin writes from his farm at Lynnfield that he is not all done with the boxing game by a long shot, and will be back again with the bells ii: the very near future. “White’s punch put me out of business, all right,” says Matty, “but Robldeau, Gallant and others have walked into similar punches and come back. That’s me.”* * * *Bay Wood of Fall River and Johnny Mello of Gloucester have been matched for a 15-round bout, to be held at New Bedford, Nov. 15. M. L. Francis, manager of Mello, writes that his protege is to box at Gloucester either the 22d oi 29th, and is open to meet any welters.* * * *Bill Flemming, the Maine fighting man, writes that he has received anoffer to box at Rumford, Me., andwould like to tackle J^e Eagan ot South Boston. Flemming is now matched to meet Johnny Kid Alberts at Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 22.♦ * * *Tiie Atlas A, A. has tied up Ted Kid Lewis of England and Jimmy Duffey ot Buffalo for its tournament on the nightPITTSBURG, Penr... Nov. 5.-The University of Pittsburg football team defeated Washington and Jefferson here today, 19 to 0, all of Pitt's scores coming in the third quarter. The short forward pass used so successfully by W. and J. this season was broken ufrepeatedly by Warner's men.In the third quarter Hastings brokethrough the W. and J. line and ran66 yards for a touchdown. A few minutes later Herron picked up a fumbled ball and ran 70 yards for a secondtouchdown. Pittsburg’s last score re suited from an intercepted forward pass on W. and J.’s 10-yard line and two plunges through the line, Frey going over.SOFT FOR MILLERA year ago Manager Miller Huggins of the Cardinals was as busy as a cranberry merchant signing up his players,even going to Cuba in an effort to land Marsans in the Wingo deal. This year, however, he signed all the players he wants without moving from his desk in the Cardinal offices, and instead otworrying about signing players »»e has several under contract that he would like to be rid of. Federals please write.