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ST1ICIL Vstlrj nndi onIn i i e n r
1 1 1 f l I 1 NIQHT EDITION c j 0 TR 1
J L 1 iirionBootAil J ljClrcu ation Books pentoA11 I
If RICE ONE CENT NEW YORKSATURDAY NOVElIBElt 21 I90t PRICE ONE CENT
f YALE DEFEATSHARVARD 1 I SCORE 16 TO O I 1 t k
4H 81KYCLIST HIT OY
t OOBGOfLffSAUTU
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Ollh His Way with Party to the Football
I I Game He Runs Downa Young Man
on a Bicycle Inflicting Severe and
l > Probably v Mortal Hurts
r Brother of the i Duchess of Roxbnrghe
1 Figures in Sensational Accidevnt
C While Under Swift Headway and
I Unable to Check Speed of Flyer
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i I Special to Th Evening World
BOSTON Mass NOV 21 Robert Goelet a brother of the Duchess of
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Roxburghe figured Ina sensational automobile accident at noon today
and aSIa r sult a blcxcHst who was run down by the big red machine may
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die
Mr Goelet Ind a party of friends riding in his auto were making
Koodi speed down Commonwealth avenue on their way to the football1
r game Near Massachusetts avenue the automobile ran Into a bicycle owned
and ridden by William Anderson twentyfive years old of No 108 Pine
street Cambrldgeport The bicycle was smashed and the rider run over
fg4 toy the automobile she speed of which could not be checked
Mr Goelet Jumped from the machine as soon as It was stopped and
helped pick VP the wounded bicyclist who was carried into a drug store
and attended there until an ambulance took him to the City Hospital
Andersons left thigh left wrist and right forearm were fractured and I
abdomen was lacerated anilbruised Jt is also tho ghthe sustained In I
t rnal injuries
1 Mr Ooelet gaviTnVs name il iil ta nudressto ° the r police and after express
Ing regrets nt the accident and saying ho wishedthat ererythlng possible
be done for the Injured man Ho climbed back1 into the auto and with his
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friends went on to tho football jsaine
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I One of the occupants of the Goelet jiutomqblle was Arfhur Iselin son
otC Oliver laolln yachtsman
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p LESTER NALLACKS i
OLD HQMEBURNED
Was Occupiedby H W Leroy I
Wealthy Retired New York
MerchantMrs Leroy Was
I Forced to L p from Window
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Special to the Evening World
ffTAMFOnD Qonn Nov 21A Ore
I rhfch was caused by a defective flue
SestroytA the liletorlo home of the late
I Sweater Wallaclt at Wallacks Point to
day entailing a loss estimated at J100
000 The place was occupied by H W
Ieroya wealthy retired New York
merchant whq recently spent IMOOP re
modelling and beiuitifylnK It
The fire started about 1 A M while
I Mr and MrsLeroy two maids ROIl a
butler were sound asleep It was discov
I I ered by employees In the Stamford Muni
j r ufacturlnsr Company near by Tim fac
I tor wJil Uo was used to glvu tho alarm
I Its blasts awoke one of the maids She
tioatcned downstairs and alarmed Mr
I I and Mra Leroy and the other Inmates
The house was filled with stifling smoke
4 ilr Leroy atiid the others managed to
escape In their night clothing by a
rear stairway Mrs Leroy started to put
on some clpthlng nna tried to save her
I diamond nd other Jewels f
I When she turned to leave the room
the smoke and flames drove her bit
t
cut oft from escape she opened tho
window rand leaped from t1e eOn
I story Sho fell heavily on the frozen
>
earth Wfoet below and was picked up
dcllrloua from pain and fr 1 I1tOlle M
m ° her ick wail badly Bi > ralned This nf
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tChioon liar condition was soldui
Stores ot costly nporled turnft t I
ullverware and a iprlcclPtu pqlleutloa Oi
I books WcrA lost In the litre
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WEATHER FORECAST
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rjoreeaet for the thirtysix hours
t eno atB PM Sunday for New
Yqrk City and vicinity Fair and
slightly warmer tonlgrt Sunday
r partly cloudy followed by light
I 4 i rain Sunday evening or night and
1ft < warmer fresh east to south
c At winds
1
I j PrlnceSoltjUofr DenJ
LONDON N V2 Prince Soltykprf
the wellknown1 rhcuibef of tho Jockey
I Club died JierethlB cvonlnc after a pro
longed l1nei3
V TO LETS >
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tech til of arsatr aw York In till
I World 5tn terrow ci
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SHIP COMES WITH
HER CARGO 1 FIRE I
The Monroe of the Old Domin
ion Line Raises a Signal
After She Passes the Quar
antine Station I
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As the Old Dominion line steamship
Monroe left Quarantine at 310 oclock
this afternoon ones of the crew noticed I
a fire In < her hold
He InKneJ lately notified tile captain
and Blfrnals were hoisted reading
Cargo afire
The ship kept up under her own
sJeam She had just arrived from New
port News wltli n nlIxejcargo includ
ing bales of cotton that were stored In
i her null J
Evidently there had been no Intima
tion or fire aboard the ship until afttr
she had left Quarantine The first no
tlco of anything wrong was when small
streaks of smoke came through lcakln
the deck caulking
The ships flre apparatus was Im
mediately turned into the hold urid aid
I nought for by signal from the fire boats
The Monroe went up the North River to
Pier 2i1 foot ot ineachstreet and whs
warped Into the dock
KILLED BY PLOTTERS
Mini Kxiiluitou ItFuuIlK In One
Upntli nnil Iiijiiry l ICIulil Hcn
1 > KNVKU Col Nov SliQov Pea
Ivxly IIRH lecelved a messaBO fiom
Cripple reek saylne that 0110 man wan
killed and eight Injured toftay by an
explosion In the Vindicated mine The
Governor wiw Informed that tho ex
t > IOjl n wallnolIlII hc > ldent but re
ulteJ from aiilot on t Ito part of pur
Ion unknown A
OMAHA Ni Nov 21cJIaJorGcn I
John C Hates who U duy raiixfArred I
to MnJorQen Sumncr the command of
the Dcpnimenl lit Mlaiourl receinl
orders to report for duty at Denver Col
TlioOrUrr came froM the War Depart
nient ut Washington his ml8slonv being
of u special character to ascertain
whether FVderal trcops nre needed to
keep the Coldrado mine otrlkera In
check
Klllrd h > n Trnln
r SwcUl to The Evwilnr World
TRENTON N J KoV Detecttvo
Krawloy found the body of a man on i
the tracks of the PennsylvanJa Rail
road nenr Coalport Tho man lv > d ap
parently been flUl ovor during the night
Letters In the man pottcetll were ad
drcred ta TSomss J echo Non 2UlBlm
utreet Y ontasrs N V They wore
nlpted Annj C Kelly ana were from
Tqftsvlllr Coon and Saratoga Bprlngi
FOR B1IW
rgf Chnro rour buWawltli UM bile of
103IIUIe UB4 y eWorld i Do bitMr Da
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ORTHODOX WINS
CONSOLATION
Captures the Chief Event at
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Bennings with Robin Hood
SecondrandjRelianpe tKe Fa
voritCf avGood Third
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THE WINNERS
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FIRST RACE Taxman 40 to 11
The Major < 12to 12 Plttacui
SECOND FIACE Clear the Arona
6 tol i Fort Hunter 15 t012
Sourlre 3
THIRD RACE Imperialist 8 to S
1 Manlllan 5 to 2R B Sack 3
FOURTH RACE Orthodox 6 to
1 1 Robin Hood 25 to 12 I
fiance 3
FIFTH RACENorbury 4to 1r
1 Sliver Foam 20 to 1 2Klng B 3
SIXTH Clcu 7 to 1 1
SheIffDell 5 to 2 Highlander 3
BENNINQS nACETKACK Nov 21
The attendance BcnnlnRS thl after
noon was the best of the week there
being strong Attractions Inthe shape or
tho Consolation Stakes for twoyear
olds and the Chevy Chase steeplechase
a run over the timber with gentlemen
riders to guide the hOrse These two
racos lcnt tone < to the day and some
of tho best sport of tlia niejtiiii 1111
seen I
i The Consolation taouaht out a meet
ing between Lord of the Valley iialf
lirotlierto Lprdottlici Vale whor Wo
this stakola t carRelianceprthojox
Grazlollo ind jlobln Hood
The wealher nsn bUrnw Jmt not
unplKiSaiit thp liixcklnexcellent shape
FIUBr HACK
btrtn Cur IonIC
Iletllnr
Startere wani l eekeyi StrlilfEIn t4tr
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Taxrnan 118 lickM t 4 lb 4j 1
The Iaor lOll UNner II 1 21 I 4
1l1Iacuo IlO Dooum II II lh ip III
Arrnhgownn lMJi jjg Il 4
Kortunatua 110 flomiI12 It a n
T nmn11011Caln14 n II 40 11
last Ill llflnhflnicr icPi 7 ni y
if
1rln Tiilalnflorollak a i I 8 14 J
All hold US AdamiS II I III 2 u
Wager HO Fleldier 4 n In W 12
MHlfralnr 11llalllnr1 11 U 72 8r
Cot Mold 1M IWalih S 3 > 13 1VJ M
laianla jib lakIO IS IS I 100 ai
Hot Ill I > ii 14 14 ISO Hi
B g g I
icI JIot i lvlo Ia 11 ISO M
Start good Won driving TlmP 130
Taxman went to the front at the
start made all the running > and won by
n neck from The Major who beat Pita
ells a neck for the place The chojcea
All Oolil and Cottage Mali l were never
prominent
SECOND ItACE
Six furlonea Columbia retiree
UelllriK
Rtartimwift lorkfvu MIIIfFln Hlr Il
Clear the Arena n7Trii I 1lmw Nlr 2
Kvrt HunterNMAIIriiiii I 14 2 2 is 0
Kourlre 107 ONeill Ill II 11 3010
Ijidy Mirthful 11 Arvin i h I > I in
rut SaniiTOOConnorn o ni li n
lievellle 104itolMcn it 7 n 1 i
MlmonMU Ollrlcn II 11 7 20 r
Ilnuet Ul AVftlnwrleln N III x 111 n
M Then 15 Hum 7 4 p U 8 3
Jntlicr Jolinn Medicine Cures Croup
Prevent umonla Connumptlon
1r
iionnnns
can bo fount In EimOaya Wufld X
Ijt 14worJ tdvt costs but M cent
J8PEGIA EXTRA
I SHI PS CAPTAIN
OVERCOME aV
FIRE 1 1 N iiQLt I
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fJfier was a fierce blaze on p the Old Dominion steamship
Mbnfoe from N orfoIk which came into porfth afternoon THe
fireboat New Yorker fought the blaze i afteritheship was Warpe
irlto berth The fife started about 8 oclock yesterday
morning while the Monroe was off Attanflc City
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Capt Hulphcrs and Mate Crowley were twiceso overoomeiby
the smoka thatthey had to be taken from the hold
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FOOTBALL RESULTS
At New BriinswickrRutgers pJFanklin and Marshall 0
Tnn iArbor Micli Michigan 425 Oberlin 0
vTUNorfolk Virginia 6CI1isIe 6
At Ohio Field InionU New York5 University
At AnnapoiisNavyOVirgifliai Pl ii
At South Bethl he 11Lehigh 12 Lafayette > 6
At Perth Amboy Rutgers Prepar tory T6 Perth > Amboy0
Jt Buffalo Ithaca High School lOjMastcn Park5
Georgetdwjy Georgetown 2Q Galladet
ee
I LATERESULTSAT NrpNIA
Fifth Race Fonspluca 1 Ocean Dream Jack Ratlin
S Sixth Race Fair Lass Christine A2 > Behoove 3
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Donnelly HHralloun 14 UHl 4H li
JlurilMtplVl JWallihl lJ tt rM X 3
actdOlrfahcrtuTHIrb IS JlS Hi > S
B eS OittH R AValnliilS S ii lois 4
ilathoyen4 ifti Io1Iek rci UJ14 IW 41
CMtreJiulh MliKclrhbli IS Ia jvTn
mart fair WoiTdrivlni fllni4i
Cl Jr thiJtAitnii rae4to hojrOiit
and et out the pace followed by Uiiiljr
Mirthful M ThMv mill SnUrlre TheJ
held thin Order td tliciitrMoh where
Fort Hunter closed on the Ieatlers He
could not quite get up Ulefcr the Are
IIlnnlnl fly iv ho < tll from fort HUll tel
whip was twolenslhHln of 8ou
rlre
TinnD nCE
About two nillo amlu half iterpltchue
I IJct1InE
Ktnri r wKtiHkfvi < gtIllfKlii Kir tl
hnperallo 1 37D KrrrS II 10 Sr 45
Maniiiau lli TruintKil i i > 2
J II Nkk IViilnllowni I 4 111 I 2
CliiVHl flOr Kip llnytn 4 3I 4 U 4
HnrkUriMhHSJIurclfrll II fij Veil H 2
111 IJoil I2 liner a THI 4 32
Htnrt tilr Won rnrllv IInie2G
ImpeVialtrlniiil MiinllliinTriiced cloc
nrthr to thn strctclT the hitter having
n slIght flclvniitHgo In the run home
ImnrrlullBt cuniv uwu > wlnnlne In a
walk by HX lengths from JMnllluii who
i eight lengths In froitt ot 1C nr
Sack
t KounTt HACK i
Hevrnfurlonxa C6Uiiul courfie
IlrltlnK
Rtart ray iWl rliyir FtlllfKlii Hlr ri
OrthiMlox1 ni lllcki r 4 Hj ii
Robin HiKxItlHiillman 4 II zu n n
luitince mi ONeill I r ii nr a
I > nlofVallcyllOWony S 1i 4 71 Ux
Omilalli 1IU jliinm I 2 1 4 8 111
Start fair Sil rliiatnput Tlmiv liS 1S
Lurd i StheV illc > y jndCri2lillulruiVil
nvay in font and net a hOll IMCIJ tol
lowi < ljy Kohln Hood and Orthoilox
Itclhuice dropped iiuX of It in the Iliytt
part until MownB halt a dbKn lencthis
bar lc of the ifeid In tlia alfctoli
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nS Al
r Adtertlsinene hive a iirclut poilllon I
3f In SinJay World Uonil bu lnfi > rtt
Irly T tII tomorrow
itux closed up srpinJ and taking the
lead tii tho lint furltmg won by two
Ifngtlm from Robin Hood who beat
Utlmncf u hctd the latter clOBliU
ntn < icu Orthodox and Robin liDo wrro
J Mtvn off In their Jast raeos Tlie
stcwards niay Invpstigate
I 0 1llfrrIt IIAOB
Ohemilcf Coliimblaicourar I
I Y t lltttlnc
Kl arteie l l kqy 8tHlfKln Hlr JI
Nortur > lS Oliinat vl I 4 S
Klhtt l < i uinliOOtrlO 11 st M K
clnavIi ltd I MMihir C s It 11 II
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I 1rAnp rentaWMirr H 2 > t IS
Thtplitn US llurlirfin u r N t
JfatJKlalo 15 KUalh1 la II JI K
Uumr Oliun IwllCalll f 1 1 i I
rjnlTKiiUhihooilurliiiniM 14 x Hi 4
Culoii 05 Plvratl1 Iii ia ii at So
Munelena HiijM < odfvU 14 1 < IS
KflfHWpiionlO TriKljfl 3 T 11 t l H
> rwnhicKFntiiVi > iiz 1 ID u jn x
KnlK itt Wl1la right 8 1J I MI 2 II
Kablinuth iOt JIuniK 4 T 14 2
nunnll Surlh IIS lllrhn 04 1A 7 SZ
OIaW lll rtallln I tn IK ill lii
Slwrt fair Wpiihfliullly Tlnifrt 3V
IturnliiB alls ana KItle ppard
radort lnclo nrrterto the stretch fol
loyfed Jiv HMr Apparent mid Ilim ell
Garth When they struck the > tretch
Xoibnry > went to lit > front and won
easily liy five IniiRthH from Silver Foam
who heat Jig II half a length for the
place
s atXTit HACK
Mtaan < thr et < Utffiil9 ili courrr
I Ilrttlnic
Ktartrr w tiilnrkovii PtIMfKln H p
Clrcu NT Taylor 7 i 1 I i 7 52
1 WmIIr M i
Hlierifr nell 111 lllvkn I lit 21 Jl ri
Illxh iMIllrr lutl llolpsm 4 1 a12 7
Unllt J H IH AiiniiM 1 Hi 4 7u 2
iJrlffatet1MYpi i I1J 12 i
wir in in r Wuiii I 4 n ms nn
JI lllii4il m il
Colonray Ill Mlcliadn Il 7 7 N JJ
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II11IP WANTS
irS Srcurrjliii uiJftt publicity tin Sun
IWerday World All Munti In oil iplendlil
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ISCION OF WEALTH I
r DlEIN CHAIR
Nephew of Mrs W K Van
derbilt Expires in a Cheap
Lodging us Newark Al
ter a Tour of Conviviality
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William V Kltsam who Iv con
nected with the home of Vanderbilt
collaterally d coninngulnousiy was
found dead today In the Planter Hotel
i chliplnd lodginghouse Mulberry end
Canal treete Newark
Klssam Ipthe company of Dr Paul
D Thorn began a tour of convivial
Its last night but lost heart about U
oclock Irinhe evenlrfc rThythen went
tothe Planters H tel and applied for
lodgings Thorns retired at oner but
Xltiam displayed signs of stubborn
ness and preferred the uncomfortable
Dosture of sitting upright In a chair
He war foiind at daylight the same
chair
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Nephew at Mm VnnderlilH
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KUsanv tvaa a maternal randnqri of
thelate Commodore Vanderbllt and a
nephew of the late Mrs William H
Vanderbilt At the lutlcrs death she
left him a legacyof bonds ot the New
York Central Railroad und It was on
the Income from these that ho lived
lie was always supplied with money
1 hiichlo spent frqely
Ho came to Newark three years ago
tntako the gold cure at the Keetny In
stitute on Park place nnd there met
a Paul D Thorrie who was one of the
houae staff Tim iwo became ujtachod
to one another and after short while
became Inseparable companions Till
attuehineiU eventually ritlned Thorns
prpfo slgrinlljvand some time 90 he
took cheap luijjlnss at the Planners
IJotcf
l injlns tOothier lived In Jersey City
I and anlster resides In PatcrsdnCottfity
PhyslclanMcTCenclb iyi that Kl sarii >
deatlrwai Juo io exccmiua drlnkliiB
nd the use dt inbriiilnc f
KUinm II Vnnilerlillt Cunuvcllou
The name of Kljsjm la ah Important I
one In the family ot Vunderblhs Will
lain V Kifsain u nepneiv of llirain K
Vanderbllf and a grandnephtew Jf Cum
mudoro Vanderutlt uam ovfura ma pull
lic inltPJ in u suit for auiiurutiuo sairsi
ma wliu on cue grounds ot uuiiidoiiinent
t1rs Lvilla H KlsdJini tho wIfe ie
talluted claimlncr that her husband was
an liablKiil drunkard und that It was
ltn > > ssl > lo to live with him Or every I
point riUel during the proceedings the
referee Whit heard their domestic troiij
ies decided lu fanror of the wife
The evidence tended to show that dur I
ing the five orccedlne r Klssim
pent much of tIle time In Institutions I
devoted to the cure of the liquor habit
The evidence showed liit Klmatn would I
return hOme repeatedly In u ulrtgRcrtni
and maudlin rnndltlon rifle lila wifes
nrr3niiil iio scHslonK nnd then leuvo her
for another orgy of drink
KUniini Iere Wim IHvnrrtiil
Aftertryln the Keeley cure Klssam t
begged his wlfu to allow him to return I
to hU bode hue then fbruaye him on I
the promise that he would reform For
a few days his Penitence kept him from
the vice that lied been his undolnv
Then hn broke Ipoio again The out
come of hid stilt was a reparation
granted to tile wife and Klswrn Wus
forced to pay alimony Hl only In
come was fB > m a fund of Ijoooo left him
by hs uncle William H Vanderbilt
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SITIIATIOXS f 1
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ftS Secured throuxli Iii Sunday World
1JS Moit rradrri Widest publicity Leer I
Want al any agency I
YALES VICTORIOUS ELEVEN AND CAPTAINS OF TWO TEAMS
t ii t 4 j e
4fl onnrr OLn JfI I1
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EllS WARRIORS tr
DONCRIMSON1 r
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Knights in Blue Smash Their Way to Wen d t
Earned Victory Through Ranks of Crim t
son Line Harvard Puts Up Brilliant but
Very Ragged Game < tkfi l i
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SHEVLIN MAKES 90YARD r i
RUN BUT PLAY DIDNT OO I1 f
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Had Stolen Ball from a Crimson Player S
C Marshall Tries for Goal from Field Seviit
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era Times But Fails to Put the Pigskin
OverPerfect Football Weather jy
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FIDS HALF
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HARVARDSECOND HALF
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HARVARD 9
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HARVARDFINAL SCORE t
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YALE d jt6
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HARVARD J
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LINEUP
HARVARD POSITION YALE t l j
Clothier Left End RafTed
Derby Left Tackle Kji1flCJ
Lemoyne Left Guard Batchddcr f
Parkinson Centre Rprabackv f
A Marshall Right Guard > Aiillen
Knowlton Right rackle hogan
I3owdich i Right bfld < Slievli
C Marshall A Quarter I3ack Rc kwe llj
Nichols Lft Half Back Mitchelli
Hurley Right Half Back Metcalf f
Schoikonf Full Back n Farmer
Officials Referee Matthew McClung of Lehigh Umpire Paul
Dashicl of Lehigh Timekeeper and Lineman A E Whiti Carnel
I Time of halves thirtylive minutes each I fx
SOLDIERS FIELD CAMBRIDGE Mass N vftYalcsgr ty
gridiron warriors won a hardfought victory from the crimson gSki <
knichts of fair Harvard this afternoon t
assive walls of humanity forty thousand strong hemmed jnj th j
whitebarred battlefield and cheered on the sturdy boys in lhlieaIhJ j l
crimson tz > 1N 1 tIt
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It was a Yale day
The sons of Old Eli were strong favorites in the bettmgthegalne > o
was almost conceded to them and thousands upon thousanHs of Yale
rooters woke the echoes with yells for the knights in blue YriieI Zi
Tint defeat at th hands of the Tiger rankled in the breasts of Ells sons siu <
seared its way Into their memory as they tore and ripped the Harvard ranks to ih Ii
IUrards work was erratic brilliant at times then woefully ragged C hr i r
shall made two desperate attempts at Roal toni field in the fiit iialf but failed both 0
times r
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At that Harvards game was much stronger than haiibren expected l
RECORDBREAKING + CROWDj
OF 40000 SEES STRUGGLE Y
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Built on the iilnu of the old Coliseum of Home Is Harvard stadium
As the structure stands now It wJH seat more than 34OiX nndpn4pij tj t
part of the field was another aud which held something Jlk6 100 io
there was not a vacant seat wjien the twentytwo gridiron warrorshis4
out on the Held to begin their fight to a finish There were no I ubililg
down Mil oi slant wiint down ina melee as used ta W jiii fi f
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