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OPEKS SATURDAY, DEC. 3.
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Old Eli's Eleven Comes Back
and Adherents Claim
It wits fumbles Unit cost Harvard
tho gnmo with Yalo at New Haven n
week bko Saturday, tho wonderful
mechanism of Harvard going for
nothing on this nccotint.
lloth teams were strung on tho de
fense hut two fumbles when tho
Crimson was In striking distance of
Ynlo's goal prevented n bcoro liclug
nnido. Poor generalship was tho
main canso for a field go.il might
have been mndo each time when tho
team Kept battering Its way In
These fumbles wcro tho critical
points In tho game. Tho Harvard
team has gono through the sc:uioii
with a clean record of handling tho
ball. It hcemed to bo one of her'
strong cards, hut falluro by two of
tho backs, Wlgglcsworth and Corbclt,'
to cling to tho plgBkln In tight plaee.i
probably cost her tho victory. j
Yalo Kiuld not withstand tho hat-
tortus. Onco tho Harvard rushes
wore for 33 yards, a first down each
time, and in tho last period Corbi'tt
had carried tho ball to tho '12 yard'
lino when It went to Yale by liatl
Harvard ahvas was tho aggressor
Yalo made few consistent galiiR. T'io
Minnesota shift, used In bov"",il vari
ations, was worl.ed for n suln mi the
first formation, but II c next time, al
most Invarlablv. Hie pliij wiu'il bo,
Btoppcd by the llii'viril liiel,r. Howe,
tho Yalo quirte luck. rup'Mirlcil tho
general Idea of lli Yale defense by
conctaiitly I'ltntlug mid he tent the
ball high In Hie nlr. ::lv'ng Kl'pat
rleK and 11-n-il,... the I'tidn, time to
get under It ami tackle the runner.
It was thr nonilcrful wirk of tho
two emit and field's laoMIng which
slinno In Yale's game.
Tho entire Yale team was quick In
action, Its formations wcro thrown
out and flilftcil over with great speed
and when tho ball was put In play
thero was overv evlden e that tho
men had ben trained In tho fuiida-
"lEP'BlikJKJ'J.' '' -''"" VCiirs had bcc.n.
the wumler of tho footba 1 world." I
Tho Yale lino, which had to liclir
the brunt of tho boring by Wanda,
who Bcemcd to open up holes by
sheer rtrciiglh, wan suriirlxliigly
((impact. Daly was not utccl a great
deal at pliuuiliig, owing, It Is under
rtood, to u weak knoo. Ho was re
ferred until tho latter part of tho
game, nnd his opportunity ramq Just
bcfiuo tho end, when ho tried a 'droit
Kick from tin- 35 yard line, but It
was dolln ted by Hie wind.
Am to Harvard, the dlFnppnlutmoiit
was l lin riimilns of tho team by
(Jiuirtcr Wlgg'csworth and tho funi
lilllUt of tho b.'ckt,. Wlggleswoith
was tnkon nut and l'otler nml (laid
ner wore suhitltntcd, hut thecoaehen
pushed tho llttlo uuiirtcr back Into
tho gnmi), nnd earh tlmo errors of
Judgment followed. The Harvard
team, us ii whole, was the t.iino com-!
part and well drilled team of tho
W. .1. Cloth
I). Utile an I
U. S. Lawn Tennis Association
That tho United States Lawn Ten
nis Association moans to hac its
ranking list for 1M0-11 as accurate as
posslbto is olilcnt fiom tho fact that
a new system of obtaining tho data
necessary Is to ho Instituted this sea
son. Tho committee which has this
work In charge has Issued and ecntl
out blanks which must bo filled out'
by tho players mid ictiirnod to them'
before the ranking Is done.
Tho ratings of (he players for tho
season of 190D wcro tho best that'
lawn tennln has otcr known. Tho.
list for the picscnt will bo ccn bet-
tcr, or It will bo alono tho phijers',
fault. The mutter of the i unking isj
but the beginning of better thing),'
that In tlmo will Inrliilu a maiked
lm:.Kcme;it In the plans of holding
the annual meeting of tho national
lii'lv tho management of tourna
ment.), and tho relsloii of the rules,
which li.no become almost otibolete.
It Is a nu'alilo fact that tho plan
Just launched and put Into operation
was freely iIIkciishciI by olllclals dur
ing the deciding of the natlonil tlllo
and that It bears the npprovil of Dr.
.lames llw'gM, ptthl t of Hie I'nT
ed I'liitcs lawn Iciiii'h Annuel itlo'i,
nml niMiIy nil of the ev'"ii!le com
iMliii-i wbltli lue'iile,, v A lini-vl.
1' II. riplircy '! II. tr-iwk. Ilalph
llnllnrll'lff. I.. D. Scott
ler i: : Tor.ey. Jr., It
1.. II v,'ncr.
Sii""kl-i!5 ir tho new effor' th.it It
111 p!(r nf fnrniil'.itliMi to mrr
unite the ilinirtUler tit it hive be.et
lawn tcniiht. Hecrrinry Char'ork Miys
th.it the w-ik of th nnklin roni
mlttco 's hut "ho iiritilng wcilsr cf i
cjieliilly th'iuglit out plan which I')
to touch upon every phare rf Inwn
tennis. In a way a cimpilmi of "In
cation for the lliouglitlcHs f'lllnvria
of the sport nnd, with a R'Hl "f re
Mill which Mill; il.i away wl'h thu
crltlchiu ol tho fiaft.
Tho document rent oit to the pi iv
ers Is ruled to jicmtaln lecords of
fifty-seven open', tourn-iincnt and
champloiiKhlii innlf lir.i. Tlirro main
illvl!!i-)i"nili" h3fl-rlti(" t ihiila'liMi:
Tniiiiiament, Mntcl'c.i I'laed Uy Mo.
Femes of My Miilchni. The subdM
sloiis mo: Dilo an I Where Held,
Name of Opponent. Won ami lit.
and My Scoro Written Tlrst Tim
sheet Is urrangod to bo Piled In a
binder according to iiinm nmnW
nml division. Thus, In iiddltlon to
fiiinlshlng dn'n for pi-noe" rank'nc
It will fiirtbermoin i establish a por
niiinent teconl nf'-tho plner'h pci
foriuaneo of pnili kensoii, the iiinic
nddiessc). clubs, toiirnnmcnts, and
all other Important details that for 30
cars hac b'-en lol to Ainerlein
lawn tenuis nnuiils In comole'e form
With mrh u wealth of iliitn ns II Is
pi imieil to gather and file In tierun
nent form 111 the iiicIiIvph of the n i
lloiml nuKiclntlon not only will a com
plete hhtoiy of eirh plrxciV Indlvl
dual woiV bo at bind lint a coi'ipi"
liruslvo view of Anierlciiu I.iwii 'en
Ills will bo presented In the futiiie.
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premises. Hjes torro'tly fitted.
Alfred 1). rairwcntlior, nuuufuc
tnilng(H)tlHinj ' ' '
whole ciirsi. but It lu-I.ed at critical
tlmos n miiMcr hand.
The minting w.ib (llr'umoliitlug in
a wllnlo, nlthoiigli In the lint period'
It gave pronilro of being n feature,
llmvu dlil net got dWIiiu e. and I'd
ton only was able to get lulling dis
tance. In tho iriimn Harvard punted 15
tlmcii for 020 yards, and llowo boot
ed tho ball 20 times for Slo yards.
1'iom tho spectators' point or vlow,
tho featuies of the gamo wore tho
wirlety of pla.)s used and the npiro1
Intercstltig r.ut that tho hall tould
alwas ho teen.
Tho forward p.i3 was iibed by
Harvnril flvo times. :
Three tries were failures, and of
tho other two only olio made n guln,
and that only eight ynrds. Yalo did
not itbo the play. Daly's drop kick
was matched by lino nioiln by Lewis,
whl h wus a similar falluro.
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Blgnaturo of I
(Jidcru taken uuw for gitvii C'.nlut
in. ih trees ul Henry Muy .V Co, Ltd., J
I.tadltig (jioeers, lelephonu 1271.
:: i: :t a t: t: ti :: i: tt u :: tt :: n
varjlng ehaligeu Vnlo adopted main
1 defeiiuho taitlcs. Tho blue neer
Ctimo ne.uer llarv.ml's goal Hue than
tho 43 yard Hue except at tho doie,
when Daly nnido his try lor goal. For
a fuw moments Yale men belleM.-d
their team was outplajlug ll.iiv.ird,
The Miperlorlty of Harvard oerbut Daly's try for goal ihanged pos-
Yalo was shown In the rushing, for
in times tho crlniHin got first down,
and hor work In this stylo, tried Ha
times, biought gains of 201 ymds,
whllo Yule, following Jlrnt down,-six
times, tried 37 times for 111 yards.
Yalo discarded the outsldo kick en
tirely, whllo iiarvatd tried It four
times as an elfeitlvo ground gainer.
Tho gamo was short, lasting loss
than an hour and threo o.uaiters. Tho
scetio, which lias mi Its setting a
fecudou of thu ball and tho game
ended, Just after llarvanl had kick
ed out uf danger to near mldlleld.
The playing of IIt,wu. at iiuaitcr
huck, where hu was charged with
punting, earning tho ball and run
ning the team, was to Yale men n
prominent incident. Ho was under
steotl to bo slated for next year J
Yalo Kllpatilck, lo; Scully, It;
S. E. Lucas
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
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patch of green turf wllh banks of hu--chllils Fulled, Ig; Morris, e; Me
uinulty on nil Muf sides, sclntlllati'dj Devltt, dg; IMul, rt; Vaughn llrooks,
with color In tho Min as it Biowiy
i opt down tho hoilzon.
Yalo today ui-eil nothing oxcopt
viirlntlniis of the fnmoiur 'Minnesota
shift." shown In tho Princeton ganu
TIioho consisted (hlelly of cliiinges-e. wigglcbworth, l'otler, mid (l.ird
of the objective point of attirk nml j npr, qi: L'oihi'tt. (iriiiisteln,. Hi;
pew ehlfts of the men lurrying the Fiothliiglium. Wendall, rh; I.ojIIo,
Mori Icon, full.
Uefo.-co W. a. l.angford. Trinity.
Umpire David I,. Full!!. Iliown
Field Jitdgo J. II. I'uuuietnii.
10; llowo, ib; Cmej Field'J, lit; Klst
ler, full; Daly, ih.
Iliirvnrd Fe'.ton Lewis, le; Me-
'".Kay, It; Mliiot, Ig; I'orklns. c; Flth
"'er, rg; Wlthlngton, rt; I.. D. Smith,
In netiial plalng todav nearly all
thy players wont to wreck. Tho for
ward pass and dniiblo fhift wero not
trieii iioeaiiKo of Hnrviird's nulrkness ii(lwilidn.
nul BljUr In Hwrrnj) Hio Ynlo fva, Linesman W. N. Mmlco,
lilj)-i l ' ' ' I'onABylvnnla.
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