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S TFIE WORLD SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 5 1901 7
9 ALL THE NEWS J KILLING AQUEDUCT MADE AT I OF DIAMOND RING i JOE PUNChlNGBAG ORIMJHE HUMAN AND RACE TRACK tj
MAJOR DELMAR IS
Jj I CROWNED KING
t E E Smathers Champion Trot
f ter Is Shown on Speedway
ToDay and Is Given Great
L Reception
I The star event today at the fifth and
final matinee of the Road Drivers At
loclatbn on the Speedway wu the re
ception tendered to K E Smatherss
l trotter Major Del mar by the aModa
lion Major Delmar Is the horse tint
I
j defeated Lou Dillon In a race nnd bw
k J ered the worlds record to O14 at
I Memphis last month In recotnltloo of
this brilliant performance the Road
Drivers Association gavo the new king
of trotters a public reception on the
lower stretch of tho famous Harlem
River driveway
The horse was escorted from Mr
Smathers stable to the Speedway and
up to lllghbrMfre Ho was then sent
1 down th > strvtcli under the escort of
< If I fifty fast harness horses and nn nacho
I > Ing the stand In front of tho clulilioune
he was duly presented with a blue rib
bon and a wreath Of lowers After the
prcrntntlm the record holder stepped
down tho retch
Deiplte the thteat fling neither thm
WAS a Rood sized crowd out The
pacing and trotting championship
wer also Molded at this meet Tha I
bruth for pucern In whwlcli Chrlstu
L ctior IIickcit8 King Tom and J W
Smiths Ogden Kmlth struggled for
1 honors reiultrd In the former winning
In two straight heats
Dr II U nils Lady Direct won the
race for pac rl In the next event Her
only contender was John L Uodues
Precious In the brush for trotters be
tween Stewart hams llrlght Light and
Thorrrs K Ittiisells Posilblllty there
was some ood racing The former
horse won the lint and third heats
thereby winning tho race I
The fifth brush for pacers ho1 four
p turten Dr II D millS Darling 0
I Ilruckmans Trlxlo A Cones Alice I
Drake and A R Meyers Peter They
finished In the order named both times
SPEEDY TILS AT
l AQUEDUCT T AL
e
AQUEDUCT N Y Nov 5The i
track wu fast today and the workouts
wore as fallows
THISTLE HKATHliRThre rters
In ly breezing K Gardner trainer I
RANQOIt Threeeighths In 03 12
handily J A Kyle trainer
11 8T YALBNTINBJIIIo In lU breez
p I ing W Shields
IT TUB SOUTHKRNERThreequarlers
In 110 brewing J Odom
PASAUENA rueelghtlu In los breez
ing J Mclaughlin
RACK KlNUThreequarlera In Ml lt
handily J Mclaughlin
PRINCESd ATHELINQMlle In l4 11
handily J A Kyle
MISSING LINKThrte quarter la
1134 handily Mat Feakes
DAIS OUCENSevenelshthJ In lKVi
handily J A Kyle
I WATEH PANSYillle In 147 breez
ing A Simons
PRINCE CHINUMile In 14J bre z
Ing Mat Feakes
EItJNDQuarltr In 026 hand
ily W Shields trainer
DIMPLKQuarter In On 12 handily
W Shields trainer
STONE ARAIHASevenclghths In
LSI 12 easily U Ilcech trainer
AtttrTTTAThreeqikxrters In lU M
handily U Reeeh trUner
CAUDUKCIEMllo Ui tU 12 band
ly T Healy
VOLADAYHalf In 053 breezing W
Shields trnlnerf
NUIT pLANCHE Mile In 1443 34
handily J Ilylnid trainer
BUFFRAOCHalf In OU 12 handily
T Hesly trainer
ROSE TINTSevenelghths In US
1 breezing J Uoden trainer
j nAifONThrejouarteis In lU 12
breezing P Gardner traner
9 OAMAIlAThreeelghths In 039 12
easIly T Heoly trainer
S
4 AQUEDUCT ENTRIES
1 RACE TRACK AQUEDUCT N T
1
L V Nov aThe entries for Mondays rwes
are 04 follows
PinST HACS TworiiroMil handicap
six turlonri
1120 Mirry tArk 110
8 I SrVSSrvviB
ufl Auitln Allen V
Lu Novini it
hole nufftnnct US
eMI Beau c Ulln lilt
wi Iur at Marie lul
WI Kirbsck iw
IOU Ctlmntx M
tOTO Amb r < Mk M
SECOND IlCBS llln i on and Ire
tt slitcenth mUtt
I H 1022 MMihlomsn 01
f Wo1 Ollitin W
110M Air 8ho i
10 Annimnter lot
HVt TIle SMthrnMr 03
10M ClOTW iMrf Ill
Cralrdurocll 101
JM hovels IISl
1W7 IlronklimKi 91
VIA Xnrnot 101
THIRD lUCt Till WooOmwij stlllut
Sinn furloui
10JJ Uwnon 110
IOCS P JiUl 1
S 16W Ni York IOI
1Q2Crown JTtnCs 101
lJ1n
0 IMP Lord of the Vsdiir tot
03 CMrlM fiiwood 111
IMA Ysrl lUUt a
IIIWII Kntth Mum 01
til Totinr Henry Io
t 1tM1I Oar nrr U
f fourth RClIandltap IJ sad s half
l turlcnii
Km Aicendon
10U OCMB Tide I II
i 4 arictful IIIH Ii
1034 Mlmou 111
1021 Uirolt Worth lit
10R31 Uttli Em 121
MIS B uit Oktslln IM
Ib4 ThlitU Ilttthir in
Dali Flur di Merle 10U
Ij nmi RACEalftnll mil
li T34 rnnint p t
Y 9 n Tin Ctpuia 101
ion PrInce Chine 104
I 011 ArwiuJ i li >
1m PuchMi 0111 M 103
iM rvnnrttds 91
10 Arlittl 00
lon < DtJir Or n IM
1 1
S3 Knibtuurrton 101
I 101J 1 Lord Dun 10
t e 1MO Jur aa Uulm <
ft PSI II111c
J 1029 ftboolrntter I
r I 10 Blind hilts 1
I r Irol Thtpl o p3
I 10IT nruniwlck to
1030 MoroKinU < 10
m l nijht u D
t Ml Old ssn P
i T01 Unqn Di
1 iUTKG BIXTU 3tAC4woIserqt4 tUhiemt flu
I 11 II s 10
FT arta 03
duo taUt T0i1flN
TO 10
f 9O 0 hl a
fj 1m 1 s sss i Ic
III tl3i r IO
J 91 o cvnirUnptcn 2O
10i4 uttna 0 1
r U II 02
a
ES I rod
111
l Irb 1
I sIll R ii e
I IJf 1
Trr r Y rrtr
COLLEGE ELEVENS
ON THE GRIDIRON
Continued Pom First Pac I
overwhelmed Jxhigh to the tiiho of CO to 5 nnd Pennsylvania duplicated
Vales wore bcitlrs Lafayette 22 to 0 after a game marked by rough play
t
HOW THE TIGERS REA T
OUT THE ARMY ELEVEN
FIRST HALF
Princeton 0
Wet Point 6
SECOND HALF
Princeton 12 S
Wet Point 0
FINAL SCORE
Princeton 12
West Polri 6
WKBT POINT N Y Nov BThe
Princeton Tigers bent West Point today
Tller It
day In a fierce gridiron struggle by n I
ere of U to 6 Tic Army team scored
Iln the flrt half on an unfortunate turn
j ble by Burke but thereafter were un
I able to do snythlnf with he Tlirers In
t the second the J r eymen went In with I
n do or die spirit and In rough slay
Iprlt I
scored 1
I Perhaps 10000 people filled the tem
I porary stands and loll d about on the
I grasscovered parade grounds and In
1 that numljr were Yale scouts whi
wanted u line on th Tigers Impruv d
condition
In the stands the Army had a rre
tOndernnce a notblos Gent Miles
il Il Dronke and ojhnson were the
West Point colors Oiv Murjiliy C
Now eJrsey and Mrs Grover Cleveland
cheered on fe Tigers and waved yellow i
nnd bhck nags I
J I Minds was chosen referee with
Mr McCraoken both o Pennsylvania
as umpire Dr BUufTir was made
head llnamon
la
llnamonFIRST HALF
The Army was the first to show on
tho field and the Princeton eleven
trolled out a moment later Both
teams were cheered to the echo The j
Tlmrs looked slow in the short pre
liminary practice but outweighed the I
soldIers many pounds apparently Just I
before the name was called three
cnilets rubbed on the nell with a inigo
WMI Point flag and tbero WM mON
wild cheering
Princeton Win the Toss
Princeton won the toes and kicked off
the Army taking the north goal The
Wind was almost directly ncrois tho
field with no advantage to either side I
Miller kicked off mid aillcsple Was I
downed on the ArmViJ fifteenyard line I
l 1n
Torney kicked back to t ie centn on
tU next play and Princeton tnaae it
first down In three plunge Hitter and I
Cooney carrying the bill hitter made
five yards around tMa let end Red I
FOUlko did the same turning the
Armys right After three plunges
Cooney dove through centre for Mo
yards and the bell was on the Army II
Syard line
Tigers Trick Pnll I
On the JVyard Ibe the Tigers tried
their lint Irick a double pats nnd
nn
Miller was thrown hick far 1a lots of
five yards Burke wt then tried for a I
quarterbuck run and lost n1 additional
two rUNt Erwin was hurt but got
hack In the gami PrmcMoi hro tried
for a tJal from the ilolJ looker book
InK t 11IIrt and mlixng by I narrow
margin
Yhe cadets thereby rescued the ball
Torney punted to Princetons thirty
yard line and Miller tumbled On the
next down ho made fifteen yards on n
slashing run straight through the line
He was brought down by Hill and Er
win and the latter vras hurt again
Miller was o lfor good thli time and
Weks took his place
Torney JIM to the centre of the
field and Weeks ploughed through for1
ten yard before the Army avalanche
utruck him Cooney and Week gained
Luk
ten yords when > oney fuaibleJ and
the cadets securer the ball on their
hlrtyyurd bite Interference In thb line
gave Vet Point five yards They lost
81e sphere again but held the Tigers
until Weeks was forced to kick 1
wee I beautiful punt of forty yard
Hill fumbling and being dawned on
tha Army fifteenyard line Prlnc i
punted to She centra of the field the ball
going out of hounds 0fek1o play cost
Princeton five yards
Miller was tried around the end of a
fake kick and was thrown back Next
time he kicked to th Armys 20ynrd
line when Hill fell en tho ball The
Tigers were penalized ngaln for offside
playing Princetons line was n stone
wall and the Army could not moke nn
Inch on the plunge
plunles
Prlnre punt d fifty all IllKer fum
bling the catch but regaining th ball
on the Tlgirs fnrtyrard line Him
mond lost a yard through centre and
then Miller fumbled a pjss for the kick
and lost ten more Then he kicked ami
It wan Ihe Army lull In the centre of
the field Prince got five yards around
Prlncetcna left end making the Army s
first down of the day
nrlt oay
HUI and Torney went through right
tackle for a yard Moh and thN Torney
punted to Princetons twcntyflveyard
line where Miller was down
Frror Costs Titters Dear
Cooney got five yards through the
centre and Hitter Ir through loft
centr
tackle hunks fuxUed and the ball
lurke
rolled toward Prlncotons goal Bet
Kruv gave It 1 kkk on the ground and
the ball rolled beiilnd th Tigers goal
nnJ Mattler fell on I for a touchdown
I fAtter oil around but the
touchdown was allowed
core Princeton Ot Armrr line
lucked nn eaT goal Score
Irjoceoii 01 Army II
Princeton I big guitrd was hurt badly
blr
In this play but reused to quit playing
Weeks kUked off t Hill who rnn
back 1 yards On the 44yard line
Torney yrd Time was called for the
first half then
Princeton 0 West Point 0
SECOND HALF
Princeton cum lack o the ned ready
for slAUghter 8l > rrt was out of tho
1neup llold9 taking his place iVett
1olnt made no chance Dot Kicked oft
to hunks who was down tin the Ti
gers fortyyard line but th Tigers
we made t retreat ntl yirJs IT
tiodlng and cit three was r1rJI fntc
JodlnK
klok rnnceton was not ore to Punt
and It w j the Army a ball in tho
contra of > bn fIeld
I was the Tigers ball Again on their
fortyyard line The R ngn held like
a fort and the Tigers kicked an
Army man being downed on his fifteen
yard line Torney kicked out only ten
yards and Prlncttnn had n splendid
chnnc to score Cooney made six
yards through centre and Hitter fol
lowed with fire more In the same ploc
Cooney went through rlyht tackle for
I yards but Orange and Black lost 1
yards for holding
Cadet haltered br TIgers
This WA a rious setback Just when
a touchdown seemed certain A quar
eeme I Qua
terbeak kick was tried without 1n
Another tl failed and the Army we
Wa
safe again securing the oral on their
o 01 tblr
own re
More offside playtns by the Jlgers
art tht Army pal This WM
Vriafrtons sixth p na > ty The Ar
c not iin tIUb the LIe and
a
t
Tt W1 ta oeate i 11g
W I TI trr
THE LINEUP
Princeton tV Uiuu < West 1Ini
ClawfoM otE Itumnond
tony UT e s 1
Illllon UO I Erwm
Dutenir Cintrt Tiptoe
Hhort ito t It6rItIa
KtannorJ nT Mtitltr
TOke ItK QHL pU
Uurk ill 0rrr
Ille Oil Irlnc
J cull s s Hll Twjf
11 un
Miller ru iim
Htannard and Toulk crashed through the
Went Point line for ten yards
On th twentyyard line thee was a
momentary halt and then Coonsy made
ten yards through centre He repeated
with five more and another plunge put
the ball on the Armys sixyard line
Miller aded I yard Cooaey was shoved
over for 1 touchdown by the entire
Princeton team Cooney kicked an euy
goal
Mourei Princeton 01 West Point 0
Wont Point put Hockwell m for Oil
leaple Do kicked to Princetons 28
yard line MllUir made five yards o a
fake hlcic and Rltitr cot fix around the
left end CVuney took nix through cen
Ire Tho toldleri euccumbed like paper
per
Ktanrird was dragtted thirty yards
after bain tackled Vet Point Being
unable to nol at nil The game wu
J ront now ajvl bath sides were
figMhr hard The Tigers were playln
furiously making first dawn on nlml
oUr rlv Prlnwton directed Its en
tire attention to tM Cadets centre
Piny nenorue Deipwmt
Btannard and Cooney were doing
lierola work The time wns nlmoit up
nnd the Army was fighting desperately
Tlpton the soldiers centre was badly
hurt and carried from the field on a
stretcher Abraham took hi place
Suocectlvo plunges took worked the
sphere to the Army 3yard line where
the soldiers held with their teeth In the
soil One by one the cadets were CA
ned off tie field Cooney wj at last
driven over the goal line by an over
whelming shove li kicked an easy
teal
Ncnrei Princeton I2i Cadets 0
Doo kicked and the ball wo downed
on Prlnoertons twintyflveyard line
The Tiger kicked the nut play the
Army getting the ball In the centre of
the field Vent Point lent fifteen yards
for holding and was forced to kick
hlln
Irtncoton getting the ball In the centre
Princeton went to work with a will for
another touchdown
I was almost dark now West Point
could not hold and It looked M though
the Tiger would score again Anothr
offsldo play gave the army ten yards
and a rent Time was called with the
ball on the nrmys twentyMveyard
line Final score PRINCETON 1
WEST POINT S S
YALE 22 BROWN OIN
GAMAT NEW HAVEN
FIRST HALF
Yale 16
Drown 0
0SECOND
SECOND HALF
Yale 6
Drown 0
0FINAL
FINAL SCORE
Yale 22
Drown 0
0THE
THE LINEUP
TAIL roillloni Brawn
Btnvlln iUE Ethwlnn
Klnttn U T hlitna
Klnnr jlxQ Contlln
k M
n > Utk Cntr v biter
Trlpp fr2 5rf
rpp n IT W bb
Ntftl F HUM
tKvkwrl I PH flicliel
Itnjrt LII Whtln
levenworth lilt Curt
han 1 Corp
s ecial to Th Krtnlns World
New HAVnN Conn Nov 5Tale
defeated Drown this afternoon by a
SCJT o 2 to 0 Drown was unable to
make fry appreciable Impression on
Yalen line and made her gains o con
sUtent tee work by Cobb Hoyts bunt
ing and Shfvllni running back of kick
otis were the features ot Vales game
1105 played the best football for Drown
The Drown team arrived here early
this morning accompanied by a bit
crowd of rooters
Yale risked a partially eubstMute
leim becauro of the fuel that tome I
of her bt men notably Bloomer Owl
try nnd McCoy aN laid up with In
lufWa and It WM not thought bVt t
put them In today hurt contest with
the 1rlnreton fame but a week away
Xlnreii the tale rw man was put
In for llloomer and Fluin wai schcd
tiled for fullback Yale nxxers went
to the game In large numbers and
tl Ime
preparations wtca made fo cheering A
n sort o < heal fo the big game t
com
Yale managed to poere 1 points
against Drown In U first half this
afternoin by the rardfart kind of work
Poor work by Browns wntr wu re
sponible for Ynlts first score Brown
played a magnificent game and mad
large gains by punting I
DARTMOUTH LINES UP I
AGAINST HARVARD
FIRST HALF
Harvard 0
Dartmouth 0
SECOND HALF
Harvard 0
Dartmouth 0
FINAL CORE
Harvard 0
Dartmouth 0
THE LINE UP
ftarytd PohIn Da4nouth
Jutll
nu D LIarS
I trill 1 KM
Mla 1 0 OilmAn
pukinsa Ca Fart
raklnl n n CI
U pIt s h T Oe
La fi 8 1 Oils
qiLrr 3 I Irn
pent 1 Main
iunt 1 ji I un
11 r ci lCaibts
t IfcwcUl t Tbi CrenlM Wortt
Man NOT LUoaded
CAMBRIDGE 1 NO Ioa f
t despratlon by her defeat b Pno
sytranU last Situntay and b the tat
that as yet she h failed to win a
tail championship runt wttla th
nep stadium lUmrd lined np agaInst
Dt oa RoZdini FlM tls after
aas Last yee t ct
1 Tr t a V r
I the CrlTim by Itf score of I In 0 aol
hft team Imo to Cnmtirluje pJajr re I
solved to duplicate the trlJ
I With the eleven cum a rlMe special j
train load of undergraduate who ivru
> o neJ In lis ton by twcra thousand
loyal oIl Dartmouth grads The re
suit WM i rccorilbrroklnc attendance
and n pcrvect bnllum ot nhe from the
tIme the whittle blew Altoujh Cram
I ion undcrrnJuiitM Ml far from confi
dent the fact that Dartmouth trounced
their eleven las season muilo them ply
llcuMrly excited and voclferom and the
dnlne old Three times three fur I
Harvard thundered out by thiuiamU
D lusty lungs trod a strange mixture
with IHirtmouths ihrlll ikyrakut I
yvll Ih stadium WhIch carat echoing back across
In the first hull neither iMa
scored Harvard kIcKed uit and Dart
mouth by conslttent olungee throUKh
mlUlh If cOn51tent tluIKe Ihrulh
the line rushed I back from her own
Uranl line to llnrvnrd1 Kvnrd 1M
The Orlmiun then hold her for down
and return d the oomiillnient by smash
log through Dartmouths centre and
iackieo until the had worked the bull
to within ten vunln of the visitors goat
Out here the Green and White took ai
uneipsoted brac secured the bail nn
downs and aide bv a magnIficent 11
vend run br Vaughan again worked the
bath far down Into IlnrvnrJs territory
On the thlrtyelirht yard line how
ever they were forced lo punt and
from this time on the tall vuelllatcd
la the centre of the neld
IUec Kick Fails
Jut before 1M baIt endel Glass far
l > arvnouth ntteimptetl 1 pLace kick horn
the illIll the ball Just missing the gotl
posts
Each tea In this half played a strong
felv mi Mj gained anywhere
from 1 to a niMs o each plunge
thrwuch the others line Proportionate
It I their offcnw was slron their de
f le WM weak although each Uam
ie me to DO4eei the twwer to main
the necwiary brtc when tin right
time came BUr of Harvard ran hisl
team magnificently hL plays running
PlaTI
runnn
of Nke cloclcwvrj and he stuck to hi
t h
man like n burr siding his team ma
terially o tho offense Pruyn who
made his first npr arance nt left end
out up ft Hiiinriv tame and mail some
nit < acids Foe Dartmouth Vnuthnni
t rum nnrt Mlllnrdj defensive work
were the fwvUirM
flrorei ITiirvnrd 01 Durtmnalh o
In the second half each team repeated
Iltllfd
II earlier performance Dartmouth
worked the boll after the exchange of
runti down to within ten yejrds of the
Crimson coal her rain were low and
consistent and a touch town stewed In
er1tl > le when a tumble gave the hill
to the Crimson From this point Har
vard ctirted out d n Nntely to make n
thuolt own with every preinoct of sew
1n the was tort t relln < nilih the
bill o Dirtmwithi fortyyard line
A the mult o offilde play Bprrryi
kick to Dartmouthi thlrtecnrard line
brUt the game to I cole
Scare llnrrarit 01 Dartmqnthi 0
S
TIGER FRESHMEN
TACKLE YALE CUBS
FIRST HALF
Princeton Freshmen 10
Vila Freshmen 0
SECOND HALF
Princeton Freshmen 0
Yale Freshmen 7
FINAL SCORE
Princeton Freshmen 10
Yale Freihmen 7
THE LINEUP
Prlnnton Plt nt Tl
Rrltrr Hit tfm
Rownftld fF CoIn
Hun I y10 It nknlrr
Phllllr cVr Slwrmaa
rlr HQ Hnllowar
niufil nT Inflow
rv > uls JJJ3 Auchfiicin
Wlnt r I < n Dlnt
Hull t II tinn
Murkier BL1 O Chamk rl ln
rfland KB Clivtlsnd
1 Apsylal 1 bite Ermliw Wortd
PRINCETON N J Nov 8The
Princeton Freshmen played the Fresh
men from Tale o University Field In
the nlath annual game The vliltora
hid a heavy and fait eleven and were
reinforced by several men from the
Yale Varsity qua The Tiger cubs
have boon plaYing a fair game but as
they were outweighed ten pounds to
the man by their opponents the odds
ware considerably In Vahs favor
S
COLUMBIA SUBS
BEAT OUT STEVENS
FIRST HALF
Columbia I
Steven 0
SECOND HALF
Columbia I
Stevens 0
FINAL SCORE
Columbia 10
Ptcveni 0 I
1
THE LINEUP
Columbia Lt eleven
g llmbl t11 le Turbtr
A1gltTtglr I r K1 IU
All nll t 0 Nor
Kr beet
Smrl Cllr I Mu3te
DcviI lf 1 I Ihr
DI JohnlI
irtecold n i RObbnln
1014
bonovaj Q RobertS
Armstrong 1 MUUim
Atlrn It I Blneknir
fcirtt 1 Pratt
1
UmpIretie S II psn11s 8Jrlui
tnr1r Carr I rrf 1
nlrr1 quit N T A CAM
AMERICAN LEAOUE PARK NOT
AM C LEAOU PARK
SCMumblas second o iubitttule
eleven lined U against the vanity
team of 8tven here this afternoon
F Columbia only these men were
ebglble to play who had no started
In the games with YoJe and Pennsyl
vania Dwiptte this handicap the local
college Dept t muster en the field
an eleven considered t L pretty I
strong
Columbia seemed < o have n doubt I
o winning but the Stevens boya I
draught that Columbias liars out of I
the game their chance to success
were not small
n e
FIRST HALF
Columbia kicked off to Blerenss
hrentyfWeyard line fajlng to gain I
Tl visitors Inol 0 kick BohuUs
oiught the ball and ran bock to file I
venss twentynv yard mark From
there Columbia csrned th leather down
thr Oubl
the neW until at titevenss orenyarJ I
Strk Columbia lost the ball o a tout I
I > Btertns punted to Columbias I
81enl
Uilrtyytvrd mark ColumbU WM twlw I
I thrown from line and forced t kick I
lnN
I trying a drop kick which failed file
rtns punted out to Its rortynveyard
mark Columbia gained rornveyanl
but lost the ball al Htevinss twenty
bt fumble
yard mtrk wt a tmble
nlrk
Stevens advanced twentyfire yards
before being forced when thebaii went
to Columbias fore we Colutnbta
icon returnel lh kick I cue of lIne
plays and a delayed past together with
i quarterbaCk rn carried the leather
to Sterenss thirtyyard mrk Armstrong
t Slenl twentyfire yards and the
trl an
bait was fireyards from a roar Algol
WA
lInger went our for a touchdown Arm
II ungtT STIVPS uaaa2oaL Boore COLUUUIA l
BlertM kicked I Uackeail rushed
Ue pfesfcia lek to the thlrtyflreyard
I
I
mark Time on up ac rt fly the first
hnlfCOttJllltA t STEVENS 0
hllfOIIII BTrr I
SECOND HALF
Stevens wklk1 off Columbia got
the hill at hr KMinl mark ant took
It to hr tiyattI llui brat punting to i p
fclMeiiii Vvinl mark Stvenn re
turned tli klik to rUfUM The Morn
lniiiti men without buy tk the
lint er itriUht Ion the gridiron tin
til at the 1yirrt tnaik MscKenile went
eve for the local ivni icc ul ouch I
ilonn ArmUmntf failed at toaJ Score I I
CULL Mill A 11 HTrVRXH 0 I I
Colunililx kicked off on thi next line I
up lioborts run of i > Jft nn n quit I
lerlmck run lo mlOlioll teveni In I
to tries mndo 10 iinU llckne took I
the Call to OilumtiUis innl nnr
There thf iccn eleven rec JVtreJ the I elI
on diiuni The Htmn woe over I len
mlnule Inirr Score COI > l > MUIA 10
btnVKNH 0
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ANNAPOLIS MIDDIES
VS PENN STATE
FIRST HALF
Annapolis 8
Penna State 0
SECOND HALF
Annapolis 12
Penna State 9
FINAL SCORE
Annapolis 20
Ponna State 9
THE LINEUP
NavY P Gill Cvl <
Wtln P1itl Uur
FailY 1 CII T mln
flosi u Whln
tictIintic entrs Uunit Wil I
Jnle n y WOo
Oitmlen Grady > M tZuikri
llomnl OrJ I Wortl nil lAtter
lof I Aun
Wilcox Nor rl
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ANNAPOUB Md Nov 5The NaY
lined up against the Stat College of
Pennsylvania here this afternoon State
has won two of the three last games
with the Navy
Thl new men were In the local line
up this afternoon Welsh replaced the
veteran Whiting at left end Qhormley
was tried a full and UerOnard at lift
trial In
half Norton was alto given a
the second half at quarterS
QUAKERS AGAINST
LAFAYETTE ELEVEN
FIRST HALF
University of Pennsylvania 22
Lafayette 0
SECOND HALF
University of Pennsylvania 0
Lafayette 0
FINAL SCCRE
University of Pennsylvania 22
Lafayette 0
THE LINEUP
lnnIlYIfliL Pottion Lafayette
lJrsk nnIIIL Pllol BMk
Hurttr les L t
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ZlfrUr Ion
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Smith rn J 001
PinbADEIiPHIA P Nov A big
crowd watched the rival football elevens I
Iiftette struggle for victory
of Penn and fo vl II
tory on Franklin Field this afternoon I
It U four years since these two old
I 1 an I
gridiron rivals met on the football mid I
Reports were current that several oIl I
the Quakers best men were overtrained I
Plekarikl the big left guard wtnt Into
the game eighteen pounds lighter thin I
he weighed one week ago I
FIRST HALF
Pennsylvania had n difficulty In
shonln her nuperortty over Lafayette
In the game played here this afternoon
The lint half ended with the score
Pennsylvania 13 Lafayette 0 Penn
sylvania made four touchdowns and
kicked two gmi the last scoring be
ing mode just as the half ended Lafayette
tny mae off with a rush and
made sutoUntlal gains through Psnns
ccc Ire I
Quaker Took A Draft
For five minutes the visiting team
bad the Quaker on the Jump and
after that thev were never In It Penn
lenn
sylvinli Ce med to take a sudden brace
nnd they DluHd all over Lafayette
Thi firm tcuehdown was scored by
Ijimbson aflir auccemlve line claying
The second was made by nlarna I
ihtrt run hit In both tries for oo3J
Bmlns efljrti rroved dismal failures
fit thu erred Che third touchdown and I
Keyroldi Vlrk o gail
Tnc Kinrh tonclidnwn was scored on I
1 rather sensational nlar Hnll of
Lafayette trlHi tn kick out from his
WvarJ line rake blocked the bal
and pIcking It UD druvoed It over the
nn Hut b he wan tnekUd the
leather rolled out of his han Tore
who was netr by lei on It Reynold
kicked iroil lust as the half ended
SECOND HALF
In the second hal Penna was umble
to score The half was shortened to
twenty minutes became of darkness
but this In no wise hid anything to do
wn ha
with Penna1 failure to lore
Lafavette plajed a stronger game
then Penn and at no time during the
half was her voal in danger
balllor the greater part of the hal the
ball wus kept In midfield with n ail
vantage ta either learn Toward thi
cit se of the xave Ienn withdrew mot
of her men And played a team of IUb
sttutra Lafayette also withdrew sey
etal of her best plAyer Coniequently
tie half waa without Interest
Final scare PENNSYLVANIA 2
LAFATETTn 0 S
CARLISLE INDIANS
PLAY UR8INUS TEAM
FIRST HALF
Carlisle I
Urslnut 0
0SECOND
SECOND HALF I
Carlisle 13 I
Urslnui 0
FINAL SCORE
Carlisle 28
Uralnus 0
THE LINEUP
I
Carlisle foil I Ion i UrdniM
rrwtnont Roon I t Ilmltr nek
111n UO lUruntn
C Ktnnldy t rn
Whit III Dull
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WbU
ExnJIni nT Trtilrr
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tlbbr oil Vtc
toimn uit Farlnrtr
Ilirvlrltki 1111 lIaise
0 inner yU Place
CAHMSLE Pa Nov 1The Carlisle
Indian met the Urslnus eleven here
this afternoon with a slightly heavier
tem than they have had before this
season
The Redskin averaged IM pounds
Oardier supplanted Iubo at fullback
and Flores took rightend Instead of P
ICinnedy
The visiting learn expected to score
S
CORNELL AND LEHIGH
MET ON WET FIELD
FIRST HALF
Cornell 34
Lehigh 0
0SECOND
SECOND HALF
Cornell 16
Lihlgh 6FINAL
FINAL SCORE
Cornell 50
Lehigh I
THE LINE UP
Cornell Position LtUh
IfukitII 1V < Cnwtbar
laVU 1T L rnan
Odrklrk Jf < lac min
Orkll
WllJr Cn llunckt
I tirr2 Il T I
ItT
I Yn 1 JJft i oltoit
hUrl IOUi intro
J lllct M VJJil S1
UlUnn iJ1 Btutr
hlaiildey m Kirk
Ppedal to Tti Evening World
1 N Y Nov tComfll
played Lehlgli this afternoon In the
last home game of the seuon The
Iennsylvanlnns pot up their best
eleven and Coach Warner did likewise I
Capt Lynah played rightend on the I
Cornell team Instead of quarterback
Third taking the captains old position
The game was played In a cold rain
field Cornell hat
It was the first wet Com1
played upon so far this see
S
8AILORO ON THE GRIDIRON
KnIckerbocker Yield Cub football turn
will lute SIP n lnit the lifn from Inc
wil In llincoek t rmmiir at Olrraptt
B I 1 l I I
tM On lIundri4 sad Tenth 1 reel and
Eighth Y ni T caller fran the lion I I
cock art a f o heavy team and may t < the
first Inn 10 cor on the ICnlckrbcckti I
J E SULLIVAN HONORED
Jimes n Bulllvan Chief of the De 1
partment of Physical Culture at the
Worlds Fair Is to tx awarded a com
memonUve medal by the International
Olympic Committee at the International
1W Congrett to be held In Brussels In June
QkAND MASS = MEETING H I
Under tho Auspices of
TAMMANY HALL
TONIGHT SATURDY
AT 8 P M
COOPER UNJON
Prof LESLIG J TOMRKINS will preside
The Following Eminent Speakers Will Address the MetD11 C
lion WANCia UVKTOH HARRISON
Hoe CITAItLKS A 10WHK HOB TIIOU4S K ORAl
lon I1EOHOF F HOKSCIt lion lIKffKV U COIT POOIE
lion Hit HKPIIVHN HVS8BTI lion JOHN J URLAXV
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stretch wont I o Ie front nnd won Iron
dlly by two icnplhi from 01 > Mrtiu1
who was a hU In front o Lord Udfe
Illuoher Win b r Pour Lengths
Supreme Court led to th stretch
where nineher went to t front and
won easily by four length from Bu
promo Court who was a length In front
WB lenah I trt
of t Ruler S
LATONIA RESULTS
tBpcIal to The Evening World
IATONIA ACE TRACK Ky NOT
5The winners of the races run here
today are B folloirji
FIRST IlACEOns mile s lllngOt
jnntlc 8 halley 10 to L Uo L first
Santa Luna 103 Mender I to 1 4 to
8 second Dod Anderson 109 Dunn
S to 1 3 to t third Time U1U Flor
til oFnlo Eric Clair IxlUletoone
llleewa Ilachasi WAN Doty Jly Alice
Ruth Parish and Ited White and lilue
alto ran ant
SECOND lUCESIx furlorws purse I
Oold Enamel 131 Troiler i to 2 and
2 to 8 nut Kurtinun ill Xlcol 1 to
2 and out second ftolch Irish 10J
nooker S to 1 and J to I third 10
1114 Arthur Cum Mer nir Beach
The Thrall anl illnt Smash also lfACh
THIRD HACRTwo rnllf nnd n Quar
Mriclllb members PNever Such
M Hooker i to 1 and i to J first
Reservation 11D Minder I to Sand
011 second CUr M Nlcol zo to t
and 5 to 2 third Tirne46D Prism
also ran
FOURTH nACH een furlongs
nurieKslrada Palm 101 Icol tveii
and out first The Regent 107 Duwn l
7 to a sod 1 lo 1 second Sir GoUant
Oaat
1W 1041 Paul C to I and ft to B third
TlmeU7 14 hens Stand 6 PLan
lean and Schwnrtiwnia also ran Flr
FFH RACROne mile and 1 six
tunt 1 lncholmal 1 Niooi
1 10 0 and I 10 I won Requlor II
40 HURT IN TROLLEY CRASH
Second Collision Follows Tint and
Come Tnlored Twice
L ANOELK3 Cal Nov It
least forty persona were Injured tome
of Uiem uriously In a rmrend colllilen
today o the Low Dmoh electric road
In a fog A car bound from this city
to Ix > ng Deioh carrying thirtythree
passengers tad stopped near Compton
when a work car containing about
forty Uexlcan laborer and two fore
men which had been closely following
crashed Into It at full speed Not A
perann on the paaienger car escaped
Injury and Jlnn received si
vere cuts and bruise
A car bound to this city from Long
fInch was stopped opposite the wreck
and many of the Injured were placed
aboard A work car following <
bumped Into It and more persons wire
Injured some of those who had re
cilved Injuries In the first collision
being again hurt B far there have
bn no fatalities The Injured wet I
I taken to hospitals In this city
Handy to Have About the House T
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Or I theres Biliousness Constipation or Indlgeitlc a
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Hell and Joo Uwer also ran
3IXTU RACBFlve furlongs pkwe
RCEFve
Moonet IM Troxler 510 1 aril 1 ito I
first Kris LU IM MnSZrVPtAfwl 1
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IlJnc1 PIMLICO RESULTS j
Bpfcltl to The Evening Wont
PIMLICO RACE TRACK BALtl
MORE Mel Nov SFollowIng are tha
results of the races run here todayt
First Race six furlongsHector
Wormwrtfht 1 to 1 first OallaSd
milt loftier 10 to 1 second Miss Shy
t lock 1 10 ides U to 1 third TIm
Second Race Steeplechase Bhorf
Cours Roptione IIS IKnneran Shor
first Dllly Ray 111 E Kelly T to i
second liiwanj Orati Itf DavldMO
2 to 1 u rd TlrneHJHi Davi
THIIlP RACRFlve and a half uf
longs < oldfl ur W Adams bat to of
first Uuhdc Queen Rose aDennet
1J to tl second OotiwI 10111 U Liii
tntyIl to 1 third TlmelOiW
FOURTH RACEMte and a furlong
nartender lit Crtomtr 1 furlJ
tnll
Mlnocnur 117 Henderson I t 1 1c
and Arrnh Oawam HI f Hensley S ta
1 third TlmelM
FIFTH RACEFlv furlongsTho
furlongTo
Veiled Lady 101 tN Murphy t W t I
first Grace Curl 1C4 nriibourne 19
to 1 second Recreo vn Berry IS ta L
third Tlmel 1
SIXTH RACEOne mile and I ax
t enthWoo < lihade 10J IJ fen3eto
5 to I first Rough hlder IM lloffmti
9 t t leon McWIIIhms 101 Adams
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WEATHER FORECAST
Forecast for the thirtytlx hour
ending at 8 P M Sunday for New
York City and vicinity Rain to
night Sundiy partly cloudy
itroncj northerly winds
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Over 500 Women and Girls
Will Apply for Employment
through the great WAN DIRBO
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WORLD
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art worthy of conildmtloa I
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