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HARVARD
WRATMHII fair o-Mlht anil
I EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
TURKS IN FINAL FIGHT
AFTER WEEK'S BAM;
75.000 SOLDIERS FALL
Great Conflict, in Which 500,000 Men
Engaged, Now Centres Near Con
stantinople, With Bulgarians
Still Making Furious Fight.
BUDAPEST, Nov. 2. A battle comparable with any in the world's
history was drawing to its close before the gates of Constantinople to
day. On both sids Bulgarian and Turkish nearly 500,000 men have
been engaged. Fighting began ten days ago and has raged almost con
tinuously ever since. The battle front was about thirty miles long at
first. Then it stretched to nearly one hundred. To-day it had narrowed
again to about thirty' as the sea
side.
Of the losses in killed and
could be made. Military men here
they have learned definitly that on
mate 75,000 men. Fifteen thousand
taken to Constantinople.
Beyond the fact that fighting -
till In progress within twenty-flv or
thirty mil of Constantinople to-dy.
accurate Information wai lacking of
development later than Thursdsy
night.
Ten day ago It would have lie-n
taen for granted here that the Turks,
realising that their last line of defense
hM been reached, that their capital
lUelf was besieged and 'hat onn more
defeat would be their ast. would fight
to the laat man. But this was not the
opinion of the best Judge to-day. The
persistency with which they have been
beaten ha shattered the general faith
in the Ottoman troops' prowess. New
that the Bulgartans had entered Con
stantinople was expected at any time.
The Turkish war office contlned. It
was true, to Issue hopeful bulletins
concerned what was progressing at
the front. The army's eat wing. It
was aserted, was winning', the west
wine waa holding Its own. But no
attention was paid to these asserUons
here. The known facts make It cer
tain that they were false.
IXNDON. Nov. 2. Bulgaria claims
that the Turk have been overwhelm
ing defeated were amply confirmed to
day. The defeat was a rout. The Turks
ware making their last stand between
twenty-five and thirty miles wast of
Constantinople at latest accounta. The
Bulgarians were almost in the suburbs.
The only uncertainty was whether they
will cuter the Bultan's Capital before I
the Powers agree on an Intervention
programme.
VIENNA, Nov. The main Turk
ish force was tnassid to-day on the
Constantinople side of the line of foril
catlona xtendlng from SlllvTl, on thi)
Sea of Marmora, to Kara Hurun, on the
Black Sea.
These foi tittcatlons originally were
vry strong but have fallen Into con
siderable disrepair. Their defenders are
numerically tiie enemy' superiors, hut
they were hopelessly d.sot ganlzeJ. Out
side the fortifications wme several larg
todies tasking to oppose the Bulgarians'
;isine upon the formications them
selves, but th liulgurlans were driving
them steadily backward.
Terror ntgnsd In Constantinople. The
bulletins ol Victories which the Oovern
menl has bsSP Issuing were intended
to prevent a panic but every one knew
to-day th it they were untrue.
On Thursday and Friday ij.UOO woun l
ad Turk arrived m the capital.
The population's alarm ha been in
creasing tea lUy aim'e the new of the
doeat at lyule Burgas began to Alter
through fri-iii the front yesterday. Order
was only p-eservod to-day by strict en
forcement of martial law. Bodies of
troops patrolled the streets constantly,
several attempts to start disturbances
(Continued on Socond Pass.)
ARMISTICE ASKED
BY TURKEY, REPORT
FROM BELGRADE.
FRANK KORT-ON-TI IK-MAINE, Ger
many, Nov. Turkey has asked the
Balkan allies for an armistice, accord
ing (o an unconfirmed report telegraphed
to-day from Belgrade to the Gazette.
PANAMA CAMAL, Rl ISV..
Tickets, afjsj i ayes sod fullest Inforstsuos n
All.
lansn sr. the, iuiu,ii tkavbjLi
world) an:
in I 'ii
til
gaaetari roister.
rwrrlihl. 11112. hr
Co. Tbs New
hemmed the combatants in on either
wounded only the vaguest estimates
surmised, however, from the little
both sides the figure will approxi
wounded Turkish troeps have been
WARSHIP EXPLOSION
KILLS TWO MEN
ON MVERMONT
Four Others Injured When
Men Are Trapped in Steam
Filled Room.
NORFOLK. Va Nov. 3. M. P Horan,
R. M. Wagner and H. W. Cramer, fire,
men on the battleship Vermont, were
so badly scalded laat night when the
header of a boiler blew out that they
died to-day on the hospital ship So
lace. Three others were injured, but
urn expected to recover.
While the ship was cruising a short
distance off the capes which form the
entrance to Hampton Roads a part of
the boiler burst, tilling the engine room
with scalding water and steam.
apt Hughes Immediately sent a
wireless message to the hospital hlp
8olace, and the wounded men were
transferred at sea to that vessel, wn.ii
brought them to the Norfolk Hospital
to-day.
The three Injured men are J. W.
Newberry, fireman, first class; M. T.
Green, fireman, ilrst class, and C. A
Hotellng. coal passer.
The accident occurred while the Ver
mont was anchored off the Southern
battleship drill grounds, where the an
nuul fall target practice began to
day. The hrader of the boiler burst
and a torrent of boiling water and
steam poured out over the firemen and
coal passers. Wagner and llaran. who
were neurest the boiler head, were
muldcd from head to foot. The hos
pital ship Holace took the men to the
navy hospital here.
The tires under No 6 bailer had been
banked and the header gave way when
tinder less pressure than If the vessel
were , steaming.
A board of Inquiry has been ordered
to report on the explosion.
vanderbiltsTrrTve
without theih baby.
It wus learned to-day. when Mr. and
, Mrs. Alfred Vanderhllt arrived on hoard
j !a Prover.ce of the French line, that
I the new Van lerlillt baby a small per
j son that will lie worth mini' day more
, than n,M0,M or so-iiad been left he
i hind In London.
I The baby hasn't been namid yet. so
Mr. anuertiilt said when the ship
' flocked. Hy ami DJ . wh. n a sultnblt
name has been chosen for the Infant,
1 he will be duly christened. In th,
meantime Mr. and Mis. Vundciihilt art
going to be busy at lb Horse Show
They will be back In Kurope by Christ
mas, Mr. Vanderhllt hope.
Detective I.eeson. from Headquarters
made a search of the vessel, tout he
failed to find any trace of Nestor Wll-
mart, who Is a fugitive from Belgmn
Justice sfter th ecounterfeltlng of mill
ions of dollars worth of railway bond,
OUTCLASSES TIGER ELEVEN
I II ui iivi ua
UillLL
" Circulation Books Open to All" I
The Press I'ubu.hla
Verb. Worlrl,.
NEW
GIRL WHO WAS SHOT
BY SWEETHEART WHO
1 HAD GIVES HER VP.
VIRGINIA
STEIN ER. J
E
IGHT
Bands and Floats Which Were!
i
to Have Been Use.! To-Day
Will Be in Line.
While appreciative of the spirit which
prompted Gov. Wilson lo cancel the big
parade schsdulsd for this afternoon.
Which would have conflicted with the
funeral services und burial of Vice
President Sherman, the Wilson and
Marshall College Men's League has ar
ranged that tie tlnats and other dis
plays shall not be wasted. An uld
fashioned Democratic parade and rally
will be held on Monday nlaht to take
the place. In a measure, of the great
demonstration which had been planned
for this afternoon.
The thirty bands engaged for to-day's
parade will be massed late on Monday
afternoon In the side streets below
Fourteenth street, off Fifth avenue, and
In the early evening will worm in line
of BaarCh and prooeed up Fifth avenue
to Twenty-third street and thence up
n .
Brvanwwg to Fifty-ninth street. All
the llouts and other exhibits prepared
for the parade to-day will be In line
together with thousands of marchers.
There will be one division of 5.000
college i.ien. Various organizations
which had arranged to parade to-day
have promised to loin In lha n,.,,,i
Monday night. The head of the line
will reach the Lsmg Acre Square dis
trict about 7.30 o'clock, and the parade
will move dui lug the hours when liroad
way is muni brilliantly lighted. No
apcechmaklng has been provided tor.
but toe spectacle la intended to be a
olg. brilliant wlnd-.ip of the campaign.
The Pro) 00 Pari of the Monday night
parade are trying to arrange to get the
Tammany organisations in line, wide
spread disappointment wus expressed by
the Tammany leaden who bad gone to
considerable expense for banners, fo
ers, music and other pa pads accessories,
to say nothl of pIuk hit.-.. n,.rt giovt-a!
patent Isatbl r -hoes and the like.
if the Tammany delegations can be
brouKht to agree upon making a show
ing Monday night, other big divisions
will undoubtedly follow th.-lr had. In
this event the Monday night parade,
hastily arranged to-day as a spectacular
makeshift for furnishing wlndup en
thusiasm with matcrlil Which would he
wasted If not used muy become an Itn
incuse demonstration.
Lower Rroi lwa In ths neighborhood
of the points Where the divisions of the
parade were to have taken thalr place
in the Hne presented the appearance Juot
bafOr n'mn to-day of a meeting pfact
of a hum! mi union. Many bandsman,
with their Instrument un ler t islr arm
and ..id 'ii showy uniforms, asssntblod
at their respective rendezvous and won
dered why the marchers were not in
line.
one of the bandsmen said he bad re
solved no ii IttACBitlon of tin' call 1kg "IT
of t he pai ado, Another admitted thai '
did not read the papers and knew noth
ing of tin' r ler dlsi a i l r i parade
FLOODS DROWN MANY
IN MEXICAN TOWNS.
tixtla Ourrrrro, Meglco, Nov. 2.
The towns of Mi, ilstlan and Quaohlll
tsnango near here war almost destroyed
on Thursday hy a flood resulting from
torrential rains Itefugees report that a
quarter of tb populstlon perlshsd.
I afcssBK
X. I 51 VIRGINIA
WILSON PA AD
IS NOW PLANNED
FOR MONDAY N
YORK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2,
LAD'S SHOTS KILL
MAIDEN HE LOVED
BUT HADTOGIVE UP
Flouted by Her and Jeered by
Fellow Employees, He
Fires Twice.
ALSO SHOOTS HIMSELF.
His Own Wound Only Super
ficial, Hospital Doctors Say
Under Arrest There,
Maddened by Jealouay and tne taunts
of his shopmates, Walter Wharmby,
eighteen years old, shot and fatally
wounded nineteen-year-old V'lrglni
Steiner at Fifteenth street and Tenth
avenue to-day. After shooting the girl
Wharmby placed the mussle of the
revolver to his forehead and pulled the
trigger. The bullet failed to pens
trate the bone and inflicted only a Mesh
wound. The girl died thks afternoon in
the New ork Hospital.
Wharmby, a swarthy, moody sort of
a lad, lived with his parents, four sis
ters and a brother at No. 270 Herring
street, Hheepshead Bay. Ills father le
employed In the plant of the National
Dlacult Co., at Fifteenth street and
Tenth avenue, and eleven months ago
the father got the buy a place in th
plant as un assistant machlnWt
Virginia Hlelner, a very pretty girl, the
daughter of a bedridden widow living
at No. 76 Hewitt place, in the Bronx,
was employed in the National Blacuit
Co. plant as a packer.
Id a short time young Wharmby
met the girl and fell In love with her.
She appeared to have some regard for
him and they were frequently In each
other' company during the summer.
Virginia kept knowledge of the affair
with young Wharmby from her mother
and thi' boy never made his gnrsjgianna
before any member of the Steiner
family.
Tiie Infatuutlon of Wharmby for 'he
girl became deeper as their acquaintance
progressed und the lioy iM-cunie the butt
of tbl Jokes of the young men and
women employed In the factory. Vir
ginia Steiner, u popular girl, was oaDrl
cious in her treatment of Warmtiy, and
Mils fact appeared to Inflame his pas
sion. BOY'S FATHER FROWNS UPON
THE LOVEMAKINQ.
Alsiut a month ago Winn . ihy's fath
er, becoming aware of the love affair
of his son the youngest of his children
took a hand. Miss Steiner was a Jewew
The elder Wharmby frowned upon the
ault of his son on this ground and also
on the ground that M as .Steiner was a
year older than her admirer Wharmby
enlisted his wife and the other children
In the effort to breal Walter of his In
fatuation. The boy was continually Im
portuned to give the girl up, and on
last Tuesday he consented to do so.
He told Miss Steiner that his parents
objected to his first love affair and re
turned to her several trinkets she had
given him.
Incidental to the absndonment of his
s ilt young Wharmby lert home on Tues
day. On Wednesday he reported for
work In such a dishevelled condition that
he was discharged. He went buck to
Sheepshead Bay and visited bis mother,
but did not appear at the Wharmby
home while his father was around.
Yesterday wus payday at the National
Biscuit plant. Young Whurmby drew
1:1s money and went over to Hoooken,
where lie bought a revolver in a depart
ment store. He returned to the vicinity
of the factory and hung around there
until yesterday evening, the object of
the Jibes and Jeers of scores of young
men and girls who knew of the wreck
of his love affair
STUNG BY THE JEERS OF THE
FACTORY EMPLOYEES.
When Miss Steiner left her home In'deured companion We mourn the Vlca
the Hronx this morning to go to work 1 President, but most we mourn the man.
young Wharmby wsa waiting for her' Kven with utmost brevity I ma) nut
near the Prospect gVSBUS subway stu-.reilte his consistent and InflusmUl ca
tion. Hs rode downtown with her onireer, nor his honors. All tbsss things
sn express train. They left the train g leglhle. written past rsOall Our
at Fourteenth street and rode on u ! heart review them. Nor c an wn ever
trolley car west to the corner of Tenth I forget, la ast of all may I lead you with
avenue, where they stood In excited footsteps however soft Into those sane
esieaesatloa. The a intovss of the fac- titles of domestic love whose legacy of
lory, pssslng on their way to
work
Jeered Wharmby ami the girl la Ughsd
The boy attempted to kbs her ami she
imisl a kiuuii of girls who were
hound for the factory en trance.
Whipping oui his rsvoivar, IVtiarmbs
Brad tWlo Hoth shoLs ent. red ih-girl's
back. On petiei rated her right lung.
She dropped to the Hilew.uk and
Wharmby llred at his own head. The
shock of the report anil the . tipaet of
he bullet on his forehead te nsirarlly
stunned h in und he rell.
Tlie pair were taken to New York Hos
pital in t lie same ambulance. Wharmby
waa plac .1 under arrest, with a police
man standing guard at his sot, and ...
soon aa ba recovers sufficiently ha will
ill
"
SIMPLE SERVICES
L
OF VICE-PRESIDENT
President Taft and Many Nota
bles Present at Ceremony
in Utica Church.
EULOGY FROM PULPIT.
Widow Declines Escort of
Regular Soldiers as a
Final Tribute.
UTICA. N. T.. Nov. l-In th presence
of th President of the I'nlted .state.,
members of the Cabinet, the Senate
and the House, representatives of the
diplomatic corps and men and women
of every walk of life, final honors were
paid to-day to James Schoolcraft Sher
man, Vice-President of the United
Slates.
In deference to the wishes of Mr
Sherman the runeral wa without dis
play. ' Simple, unostentatious service
were held In the First Presbyterian
Churoh, and the offer of the President
of a guard of rogulars to eeoort the
body from the church to the cemetery
was refused Ag far as poslbl the
funeral was as simple as the dead man
would have liked and the public services
were made as brief as possible under
the clrcumstancea.
PresideM Taft and party, th mem
here of the Senate and of the House
and the distinguished party from Wash
ington reached this city at 1 o'clock.
They were met by a committee headed
by Thomas R. Proctor and ftikun di
rectly to the .Sherman house In upper
ilenesSKe street, where the President
hud a few brief words of sympathy
with Mrs. Sherman and her three eons
Soon after the President reached the
home private praiyer service were held
beside the coffin at whioh were present
only the member of the family and Mr.
Taft. They were led by Hev. Ir. Loul
Hi Hidden, pastor of I'hrlst Reformed
Church, of which the Vice-President
had been trrtLMiirer ami a vestryman
for many year.
BODY CARRIED INTO CHURCH
BY HI8 EMPLOYEES.
As soon as the prayers were over the
coffin was carried to the hearse snd
taken directly to the First l'resbyterlun
Church. The active bearers were em
ployee of the ITtlo Trust and Heposlt
Company, of which Mr. Sherman was
president. The hunorary pull bearer
were all Uticans with the single ex
ception of United Stales Senator Kllhu
lloo: and Included Thomas It. rrootor.
(.'. 8. Symond. W, S. Doollttle, J. Kran
cls Day, O l" Dunham. C, Rogers,
W. T. Baker. II. H. Cooper and Dr.
Kayetto 11. Peck.
There was no formal escort from the
home (o the churoh. This was at ths
request of Mrs. Sherman. The Presi
dent and members of the mourning
party preceded the body to the church,
seats In the centre of the auditorium
having been reserved for them. De
hind the mournere were seated the rep
resentatlves of the Senate and the
House, and ths remainder of the edi
fice was tilled with personal friends of
the dead nun.
The ssTvloe sin the church were
conducted by Rev. Dr. Holden. assisted
by Rev. Dr. Dana W. lilgelow. The
funeral oration was delivered by Rev
II. W. Striker. President of Hamilton
l ollege, of which Institution -Mr. Sher
tnun had been for many year a trus
tee. He auldi
MOURN FOR VICE PRESIDENT
BUT MOST FOR MAN.
"The high representatives of the na
tion and Uiu State meet With us, with
keen human sympathies to make, how
ever inadequately, a s.ncere tribute of
manly regard and affection to the name
of a faithful fellow-servant and an a
I courage and patience were deep in thut
.1 '"r' """"""-" """
,,, 1 '
(Continued on Second I'age )
1 he tuki'ti In Poi.ce Headquarters and
locked IP
Ths iQValld mother of Virginia Stslnor
wa almost over-'otue when she heard
of the tragedy. The girl had never
mentioned v harmhy s name ut tier
home and ner moliiei, her three
brothers and ner younger sister knew
not that such a person a Wharnrby
was In existence.
FOR RACING R PAOK (IX
MARK THE BURIA
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10
BRICKLEY'S
HARVARD STAR
WHOSE KICKING
BEAT PRINCETON.
CHARLES BRICKLBY.
HE WANTS TO GO BACK
TO PRISON, SO HE STOLE
T
Henry Hudour's Only Friends
Are in Dannemora, So Why
Should He Stay Out?
Tr. Dubois of No. 149 W.vt Ninetieth
street, with his son, Cyrus, wss In s
shoe store on Sixth avenue, near
Twenty-third street, this afternoon, try
ing on a pair of shoes, Alien he saw a
little, bent man In a shabby gray suit
pick up the heavy hitching weight by
which the doctor's horse and runabout
were am bore. I to the curb ..utslde. The
doeitor Jumped up in his sto-klng feet
and called to his son; but before they
reached Ihe door the little man had
Jumped to the seat and was driving
sway through Twenty -third sKreet.
The younger man followed on the
run. He eh.ised the ihlcf as fsr as
rteventb i venue bsfOTS overli inline him
and catching the bridle. The chase at
tracted Hi attention of liciectlvc
Ueul Boyle, who run lip and ordered
the little man to dsaond to the street
and be arrested.
Taking a sc. ind look ,tt the thic',
Boyle started With surpr.ic Ha tee ig
nlzed Henry Hiidour. wh'im In- arres ed
for Hal thieving twenty years ago, hit 6
who has spent six terms In prison ami
w.is released from Iierinemura only six
weeks ago, af'.ei serving a long term
for burglary,
Hnirhrw tUd noL asam t mind being
ai i est. -I When he was tui n tiefo v
leputy t'om-.iilsslouer iHnMherty at
Headquarter b I Old u story whim
really lO'Johad that ratsTM thief-
catcher H satd
They le' 0M OUl Ol I Mllfiwlllor With
t.' an I this suit of rtotbea. I am sixty
nine veais old. 1 haven't a fru'nd loft
In all the world There is isi way fur
in.. t naka a llvrtui m wits, and six
chlkiren ail dbnl twen'.y.flve years ago,
bafora i loos m iing a crook, i Just
made up my mind to steal something.
if I got away with It. why, all rht un
til the next time And if 1 pot caught
- as I was right away, w n , I won d
get ha k to I'ahucmoru sn .uiK'h the
sis iiu I have some friends thire. and
I am as well off there for th rest of
my life is anywhere nlse
World Wants Work Wonders.
FOR HARVARD BEAT TIGERS 1 6 TO 6
Lb H
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PAGES
THREE FIELD
Princeton's Defeat on Soldiers' Field
Due Solely to Sharp-Shooting
Toe of Crimson's Wonderful
Right Haltback.
ORANGE AND BLACK GET
ONE LONE TOUCHDOWN
Old Nassau's Defense Goes to Pieces
in Last Half
Attack of
FIRST QUARTER.
- - 0 Princeton
SECOND QUARTER.
- - 3 Princeton
THIRD QUARTER.
- - 6 Princeton
FOURTH QUARTER.
- - 7 Princeton
FINAL SCORE.
- - 16 Princeton
Harvard -
Harvard -
Harvard -
Harvard -
Harvard -
HOW TEAMS LINED UP.
rimTKTo. pottmoxg. habtard.
Wllfht L.K rH
flsllllpai L.T. Mava
hma I PMM4
HIiitHbanthal Oslre Pariftar
l.os-au H.U TrrjsBball
Faflld B.T. Hltrheoek
l"P B.K CoolMff
Hakrr, H. Q.B. flstwatr
Pendleton L.M Hardwlrk
Waller, K K.H. Racklay
He WIM
BY ROBERT EDGREN.
irtpeclal to The Kvenlng World !
iPAOIVM, sKMsDlssM PI KM), ('AM lilt 1 1 ii. 10, Nov. a. Harvard
a well tsraid victory over Princeton here today, n; to li. It waa dfspcrata
football through "very minute of the play. Princeton's solitary alx waa the
sole result of her new football. The Tigers had minted on rolling up a
big score hy use of the forward pass. After their lonely touchdown. Harvard
found the ooablMtlOBi From that tine on It was usually a Harvard player
wbo got the hall.
Harvard's victory w.n due more lo
Tlrlckley's niagnlllcent playing than to
anything else. Ills goal kicking, both
drop kicking and from placement was
mat 'if a sharpshooter l util Harvard
had rolled up s winning score he never
missed. A.fter that It was merelv a mat
ter of practice and ihe took chances that
would have been passed up earlier In
the game.
Fclton outpuntedd UeWltt In fact,
It wus his great punting throiuth the
first half of the game that kept the
TiKers from adding to their se nt.. Hure
as they have been all IhrOtigk th SS
son at satohl na ths ball, they found hi
IWlatiafl splials '.cry hard t- h.in ll,-.
Both Baker and PndltOfl were closely
Satohsd. They had CaW chances to get
away fro the i pi so did tackling oi the
ll.ii vard aUdg
The field was In splendid condition, to
I'riii 'eton has no ex- use to offer on that
FOOTBALL RESULTS
lit DJjf, Id yn
Williams. 0 0
lornell 10 0
M Q" Kliisl
Pa. Stale.
Pvnnsy .
Carlisle
0
0
7
0
7
0
U
0
7
7
0
0
15
0
0
0
0
12
Lehigh .
But'knell
Lafayette
0
0
Amherst 0
Dartmouth 20
YA LC-COLQAT E
HOLY CROSS
PON ID.
AND
GAMES
ARMY-POST-
ri mMm,
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
GOALS
Before Terrific
Crimson.
0
6
0
0
6
K.H.
POT Toward the rod of the gams th
Tiger d.-feisic went to piece, but frfmi
the first whistle to the last llarvsr 1
showed no signs of weakening The
champion hip now lie between H rear I
ami Vale.
At I SO ths Crimson rootere earns
msrt'hlng down the street, with Prlace
ton psradlng doss bshlnd. Banda
whanged out the fighting tunes. In
fifteen minute, mors ths Crimson team
rushsd out and began to cavort swiftly
up and down the field. fp w,.nt J
mlgbty roar from the Crimson stands
Then came Princeton's tiger-legged
team, and Princeton roared, l,:oo
strong, In the rooter' section. Orange
end black Muttered to the breese.
Princeton was banked on the east
Harvard on th wet. Th college In
generous rivalry cheered each other
HARVARD WINS TOSS AND SE
LECTS NORTH GOAL.
As the pliers worked out in the open
Ibid It foukl be seen thai ,Jlf, ,urf .
00 top. was easily displaced at every
stride.
Harvard won
the toss and took th
north goal.
WaJler kicked off is Hurvsrd's 30-ywrd
line. After one try at the line. lalton
Sicked out uf bounds (o ths mUlli ,.r
the held.
Baker, Waller and Pendloton .1....1
through for ten yards, but Princeton
was penalised to hur own lo-yard Ua.
Waller tried to go around the Harvard
right hut the pluy a-as smothered and
Walter was thrown buck for a Isil
I'eWltt kicked IB yards. Wendell taok
f.ve yards on a fake kick, snd thsn gel
ton kicked down to Just Wtrhla a yards
of Princeton's goal.
Once the Tigers ware hurled back tkwa
Waller trted out for a long snd run
and was charged by three tackles la
quick succession. He ran JO yards hi
fore he wss forced out of bound After
(Csatlausa aa Sixth Pag)
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