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HORNS WITH TIGER
WELLS AND WELSH
TO FIGHT AGAIN,
TIGERS WELCOMED THE BULLDOG.
WHO I J 0ly
Not Only Do the New Haven Players Outshine
Their Rivals in Most Every Position, but
Average Weight Is Six Pounds More.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
MAN WN COMPARISON
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GAVE BLUE SHAD
IT It certainty that Princeton will
la .v. Ma ..iji... Kattia i
otter. In the bin gridiron battle
to-day, in attack that la both
.peedy and MrBBtl kicking that I. J
far above the average and a defense i
that is aggressive and gritty. And
Just aa surely Yale will rome through
with a treat amount of rushing power
In her offense In Flynu, a kicker
with few equal In the East, and a
defense that hai kept Ue foal line
from being crossed this year.
Collectively, little U known ef Yale's
full sirens t.. The team's ilsvalopmant
ha been unusually backward. Karly la
the season the eleven showed much po
tsntlal power, but the playera failed to
war aaa ualt, a fault not generally seen
at New Rsvan. I'ntll a weak ago the
team was subjected to many ehsnges
Ho alow was the Blue's progress, that
tea days ago oo aches down In I'rlnce
ton were prompted to say that Id hr
present condition the Tigers would best
Tale, but when asked about Princeton's
ehancaa the day of the game sadly shook
their heads and aald they had seen
wonderful thing happen to a wayward
Yale turn the week preceding the
Prtaeston gam and didn't know what to
expeot from this year's lll eleven. And
(hat aums up Jut what the entire foot
kail world la anxious about jut what
has Yale aocomplihd In the last week?
BULLDOG ELEVEN'S AVERAGE
WEIGHT IS 180 POUNDS.
The Bulldog's avenago weight for the
Uaen Is 10 pounds. lx more than thai
of the Tiger. Yale's line, from tackle
to ta'.kle. I twelve pound to a man
heavier than Princeton's. And with the
two-hundrsd-poutider Klyiin In at full
Back, the Blue boktleld Isn't shy of
On thing Ysle supporters are appra
beaalve about 1 the constant fumbling
Of the team. 1' inn. I'hllhln and rtpitld
Ing In the West Point and Brown games
mis. 1 many a punt and a mishap of
this kind against til Tlgera will prove
costly, for every man on the Orange
and Black team has been taught to fol
low the ball lllie a cat.
The return nf Homelsler at end means
mutti to Yale. Uomelsler la a true type
of the trsdltlonal Yale ond. Big. strong '
and aggressive. Bomelwer i. on of th
leading (tankmen In the country. An
old Injury to his shouldar kept him out
of scrlminsge since the Holy Cross game,
but they i Igged up a special SBOUIdef I
nraoe tor mm, ami in pra"tiro tins ween
he baa made things hum. It will take a
very speely Tiger to turn h'.i en 1
Avery, on the other side. Is a steady
Player, faat In getting down under kicks,
but he Uoem'l oorfrpsrs with his running
mate. Wlghl and Andrews, the Prlne
ton wing men. while disappointing In
the early BBS BOB, have Improved won
derfully of lair under the coaching of
"Doggie" Trenchard. Andrewa is a spe
cialist In throwing the forward past.
Talbot and Warren, the Yale tackles.
Seem lo overshadow Penfleld and
BLUE TACKLES OUTWEIGH
Both the Blue lacklra are heavier than
Ihslr pponrnta and ars exceedingly
sturdy on th defense. Phillips, the
Princeton left tackle. Is s veteran and
Is sure to Eaaks thing Interesting for
earrcn. his opponent.
Vile also appears to have the call at
guards. Cooney and Pendleton ars
huskies. Cuonev ha been a nxture all
year", but 1'endlet n pnly recently earned
a place on the varsity over Arnold
While gomewhal sl.iw on the offensive,
the gusrdsTTien have bees a bulwark of
atrenkth on the dfns.
Both Logan and Miin; nre very light
lor the fuard i DslteM, kilt put up s
Vf ttiigreisln game.
It's g ing to b ,i baltl royal betwoaa
Ket -liam unJ llln.'. m -nthnl. the rival
eentu-s. Tne gr -nv i 1 ptohablv drdde
tne All- imorlsan controversy octween
them i.i.-i year Ketehatn lust nosed
out the Princeton ptvoi for the !oir
but Dluethenthal lias played s -ensa-alonal
game thll seM in end Is e.iger for
revenue. Huth c n'rt not only play
thlr own posit on, hut reinforce the
weak xpnis n thr line i wrll a mtklng
opn held tackles. The scran between
the two centre will be a game in Itself.
After much dtfflrulty in picking a suit-
WEST POINT EXPECTED
TO WIN FROM TUFTS.
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Igpeelal to Tlir BbJbjS Wnrld I
WF.-'T IVINT. X. V . Nov. 1. Thf
f-aons j.a name lure lu-duy with
Tuft. The men have worked hard this
week trying to forget the Cjili sm
of last Saturday, and th eoa is aa
pm every postble BMBMgtl tn an at
tempt to bolster up the weak spots In
the Army team, t wore was back In
til stride uiJ gojng at lopnutrb speed,
and with Wayand bak g the lineup
the Army forward were expect, -1 to
snake trouble for Tufts. The Army
nestled this game.
Dartmouth Wins Bla Hare.
ISltfclsl to The I'll.. . g World. I
CAMIiKIDUE, Mass. .Nov. 10-Iiarl-nijuth
romped away with the annual
New England Intercnlliobvte cross-ooun-try
run, held at Hrokllne. Mass , to-day.
dJartmuth' score was X. hsvlng run
ners finish In second, (bird, fourth, fiftn
and and .wenty-tlrst places. Xorman
Tabvr of Urown won individual honor
by flnll:ing first, Uoli.g Ihs course Ui
sM quarter lb Ysie ena.rfhs finally I
selected Wheeler, h youngster wjiu dl
,,tayil fod 3ud,m.nt ,n lh. mm
strains Brown. 'Ttw" Haker has been
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turning punt and with twenty pound
advantage over Wheeler, the Tlgera look
lo be supenior in this position.
The Yale t.a- kileld. though guilty of a
grat deal of fumbling, possesses a
craehlng lln attack.
Flynn. at fullback, loom up as the
most prominent flgurs on either team.
They talk of Flynn aa a aecond Ted
Coy. which mean tie's a terror In line
burking and circling the ends I'htlbln
Is faat returning punts and a hard man
to atop once started- ''sp: Hoauldlaa
I a strong and aggressive back gfl.1 a
power f atreoejth on the dsfense.
The ability of Princeton's bsegnsia
Capt Pendleton. Waller and I e Witt
la prstty well known. It's a aaf bet
that Yale will closely watch Pendleton
and "Hobey" Raker, who will got Into
the game probably In the second half.
It would mean a sure oor If Tale ever
let one of them loole.
iL'onitnued tram Tltst Page . i
defend the north goal. The lm.11 wee
kicked off promptly at 2 o'clock. From
the very stsrt Princeton found sh could
force be -k the Yale line. wMIe the New
Haven athletes found It hsixi to get
through Princeton. Wullcr, I'rlnceton's
half basis' was dlSSJBjSjlBtd fur rougli
A stiff wind as Mowing arwss the
fleld Srhon H, llaker klclced off for
Prlncnlon. Afttr two attempt he
kicked out of bounds. Yal then It Irked
off, end the bull went over the posts for
Ysle. The piny was started at the
twenty yard line. On 'the that attompi
Moby Baker got six yards through
tirgle. S. Baker on the naxt try mud"
six more from a kick formation. Tel
then was penalised Ave yards for offside
piny. lieWltl then crashed through
suru .or ..v. ..-r ,.... .
M around left end. 8. Baker failed
through centre. Waller oould not gain
around light end and DeWItt male a
great punt to Yale ten yard line.
ln-sler Ml the ground and three Tiger
pounced on htm hefor he could move u
TIGER STANDS CHEER WHKN
WHEELER DROPS PUNT.
Flynn and Spalding gOUldn'l budge '.he
TlKr line on two attempts, and Flynn
punted to mldrieUI. Bomelaler throwing
Baster (or lose. Princeton couldn't
ga n on two attempts against the line.
Princeton tumbled! ami niueuthenioui
recovered for Princeton. UeWllt then
punted, and the Princeton k jiiIh went ,
Dfagy when VThaelat dropped the ball i
and a Tiger pounced on it.
From the Uf-yart line Wulb-r made
three yitrds ihrouidi left tackle. Iloiiy
Baiter (hen triad I drp kl.k, but th
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wind curried It lo one side. Hynnlhen
muitivl from Yale's SO-yard line, minting
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to 8. KaksT, who ran It buck seven
yards. The llulidog was again penal
ised ten ynnls II linker won! through
left tackle, but was stoppixl by Ketoham,
lh Witt then punted to Yale's JS-yunl
line. Wheeler, who caught th ball,
Wag run out of bounds. HttaUllng made
live yard through t h line. He failed
on another buck at tackl and the
(bMI t'iwui dropped bock for a punt.
H Baker fUlttMsd for Princeton and
1 ale's end druppixl on the ball tuenly
yard directly In front of Yale's unal.
"LYNN'8 FINE KICK FOR YALE'S
Stabling twice In succession failed lo
uiIkc the Orange and Klack line. On
the nevt attempt he made three yards
thrOUBjh l.rigan. Flynn then dropped
uck an. I mad u heanllful drop kick
for (he first core of the ksme.
The Yule ciheer leader frantlcaJly
SraVSd Uielr arm for u mighty oheer
for Flynn. Princeton kicked off to
Hpaldlng, who was donned in ihla tra ks
by Pendleton. Flynn made a long ttfty-
to S linker, who slipped
II by BomlBkr Prince-
and was throw
Ion could not gain i u..i i in llnv Hnd
DS Wilt kl keil out of bOUndS On Yale's
BVyatxl line. Flynn ui a nick kick for
iinllon failed on an end run. but It
took four Tlxer lo get him. tad of
in "l Quarter score: Yale, S; Princeton, ('.
Afer one try at the line Kiynn punt
ed down close lo th Tiger Une. Ls
NVItl returned the ball to the Yaly 30
vanl Hue. where Wbieler fumbled and
I'linViton recovered. Once llaker punl
Sd through the line, then II. linker
dropped hack and Blood autiarelv In
front of Yale goal (Hints ami 3H arils
away. Th bail was passed out cleanly,
and Bakrl toe drove .he ball squarely
between the yoal pot. Score: PrtBOga
(on. Yale, S.
WIND INTERFERES IN PUNTING
Flynn kicked out of bounds, and on
the next (ry kicked lo Pendleton on the
ft-yard line The nest four playa wars
punt. Yule flnally filing t bJ-ll on
ni l ' , i ,ine. ,ow ':ue uiue line
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Ire. Flynn went In solidly twice, nnh
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for four yards.
11 rtrm punted to
llaker on Princeton' lfi-yaid line. The
ball wont over liak.-r'a Jioad. Aa it
bounced about rratlcaih Maker limed
and snatched Ii mp The aSAMI t rals
tackier wer within ten fet of him.
Running sideways he esroipsd and came
beo. ilodglng ai yards through the
thlc of the route bofore he was on! lid
down. Waller punted g ynrde, and af
ter little Une plHy Flynn kicked bank
SU yaixl. The luui sallM hlgti and al
mot stopped In mldailr. driven bar U
a heavy wind. Waller punted again to
After one try st Hie line. Yale took
out Ouard Pendleton and sent Held to
replaoe him. There cuine an exehnng'
of punts. Waller kicked sixty yards,
crossing Yaln'e goal line. I'htlbln was
driven Into Hi line, hut gtoppod as
suddenly as If he hud struck otnne
wall and then Flynn tried lo kick. Th
ball whirled and went out of hounds
Waller smashed through Ileld for
twenty yards In spite of two hard
tackles DnWIlt went head flret
(through Hie same plane and the Tali
line bent In the middle and broke under
the mi ph. t of (he Princeton rush
Again DeWKt went through, geMlrig
drat down on Yale's -yard line. Yale
had a consultation and lined up for
a deaperate lefense H. Baker took
five yards through centre; then DeWIlt
rne sent In and Yale held him without
Tbero was Home Jubilation In the
Tiger .stands during the fifteen minutes
rest, but the Tigers were not (oo en
thileltetlc, up Yale's last (wo visits
0 Prihoeton they have seen Princeton
tke the lead In the rst half only to
hue II In (he la!. Prhsps one rea
son for th lack of (tot was (he un
S nil r.ici (Iin( .neKher team had n
To the Burpiia of the spertn(o-rs,
Yale choose the soulh goal again. Her
strategy, however, was apparent 8he
wse saving (he advantage of t ie wind
for the lust quarter. Yale le tradl- I
nonany a strong finisher.
FLYNN GOES INTO LINEUp'
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kicked off to lie Witt, who mine
rtriil Mrl, f. i- ...
nicked oui or bound on Vale s 25-ya-d
line, flynn started srnund MfwuvW.
lefl end Sol ivnU.i -. '
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FlMin tackled, and on s rJe SaeJ
PSbs Pa Will ponied the Imll ;
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FLYNN AND WALLER ARE TAKEN
n.tker was swum, around Talr'a right
end and couldn't gain an Inch There
oniy one mors chance. The Tlir..r
niu DM the hall only three yard from I
ini s goal line almosl dlre tly n front '
rtr a drxglok .oK iSSj
Play seemed lo hesitate, then thsbajl
dew nut from Hltirnthenthnl right Into
Tlaker's hands. As It reached him the
Itlue line was already surging up
mnsl the Orange and Itlack. Two or
!,,',7evI.n"rn.,"':V J2U ,n,,k' h'nuK"
him. Ilobv llaker delll,ertelt. LZ,
he hall and booted It ou( over their
rgienaea arm it cleared the bar
Scifc, Princeton, ; Vale, 3.
Flvnn kicked off lo Pendleton, who
came liack 15 yards. De Witt punted
t'i flynn In mldftekt On the nex( play
Flynn fought his way around Prince
ton's rle it for II yardd In niakjnit
ne (scale "aiier was lakl out and aas.througli to Is liuried into the groun.l
replnceil by Tren 'kmsn. Th Princeton t .. , ki. ZL
'"Oters rose and cheered Waller as he
WV "f ,h"
mei n minneni nrwi r lynn was
nken ool und i. n',. 1. I . .! Ulm .. ....
Thl was (o elvo Pomtwllt hm.. ...
for a fle'd goal. The BaB was In
the centre of the fleld and on 1h Yele
1-yrd llMS, Pompelly kicked hbjh and
the hall sailed off to on side and was
blown so far that II frtl on the goal
line. In a few mds itiorn time was
called and the f I rest half was over.
Score, Princeton, ; Vale, S.
Flvnn rled a wide run to circle
lYlncelon's left end Now he sent a
twlatlng punt acros the fleld. H. Itakir
fumbls-il llefore he could recover.
fkiiiMtng cuine t. snioc theoustl and
raUBtll the IhiII on the bounce lie I
dodg.sl It.iker und for h moment there
was nothing between him and the Tiger
goal lln. bu. a atrlpvd Jery shot
through lbs line and drugged hhn
Now only twenty-six yard uwav Tale
liosan ill nltci ih' V hanimerlnv .. I 1
ui"k ami orange line After railing to
g.iln through th PrinoBtOn line, Phllbln
tried a forward pass to IUnieHler
; ." wa Incomplete, Invniedlately Yale
I Motk forward pas. Xli alaoi
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t . o.H B
o.-ii ""o " orxsy a kick
he thirty-eight vard ilne, the bail
,. yard- short lYinceton puntSd
1 (c nV)
.out neyonil !ier IlflV-Vllld lino an.I Ills
work was all to be done over again
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I DaWItt kirked ,'lxty yards. Avrv w
fir aruif iioniu
I taken out ar Uallausr put in in
hie place. Phllhln pushed bhmugh for I
four yards. Quick as a flash Flynn
started oft In the next pley and took
two .more. HpaJdeng made the first
down. It was Yale's hall on her own
15-yard tine. Flynn went through for
to ysrds, but In the acrlmmafe lost on
leg of his trousers. Time was called
while the Yale players grouped around
him and formed a human dressing
room. Spsldlng was sent Into the line for no
gain Flynn punted to Hohy Baker on
Princeton's flfieon-yard line. llaker
trlod to get back by running buck and
across the (leld. Although he failed to
gain anything by this favorite trlok. ho
didn't loBe. A o,uai(crbaik run failed
and Do Witt kicked to midfleld.
Yale began hammering at the Una
again. Hpaldlng and Flynn were stopped
with no gain. Philhln was taken out
and Markle took his place. Flynn tried
a place kick from the It-yard line. The
ball went wide of the goal post. The
hal was hroivgtit out twenty e,rds ioil
DeWItt went beck to punt. The hall
wus badly (ssed snd he mlssct It.
Yale broke through and droppsd hhn
on the 6-yard line aa he recovered the
hall, but Yale was penalised because
Ketcbam had Interfered with Bluen
thenthal'a pas. The next time DeWItt
kicked fifteen yard over Into Tales
PENN GOT EARLY
LEAD IN BATTLE
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nrmAJJEIVnilA. Nov. 1. s?nn
sylvanta got the Jump on the Carlisle
Indians by scoring a touchdown two
minutes after piny began on Franklin
Field this afternoon. Arcasla. the In-
dtan star half-back, fumbled a pass.
" wn-n. th. big left uck,. of Pen,,-
yvn,' ,mr"t f'rough the Indian line
n' on ,ne ba" Dehlnd Carlisle's
goal line. Minds kicked the goal and
! the Pennsylvania stands went mad.
I With the score 7 to 0 against them
'th Indian played savagely. Arcasla.
UomtW and Thorpe ripped through the
i III Kit M HIU1 II it I 111 1 "I " I 't ( t ii I SJJ U I ITS
until they carried tho ball from their
own twenty-yard line past mldXIeld and
began an assault in PetuYe territory,
ilrait down, smashing with t -r rifle
fore into Psnnaylvanla'a crumbling de
fense, Thorpe, time and again tore
1912 Olympic team. Finally Arcnsla, af
ter reiieated asssults for gains, scxind
a tnuftidown, but the Indian failed to
i.i'-V the goal,
rkore: Pennaylvanla 7. CarlUle t.
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World's Series Jinx After
Matty on Hunting Trip
I-J . vt , . mm , rmm I
Returns Home With Five;
Extra Pounds and Record
Hard Luck Story.
CHRISTY MATHEWS0N, who'
bolda the unique honor of be-1
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lng the first pitcher to be the
hero of a world s aeries without hav-
lng won a game, ie back In town
from a hunt In North Carolina with
out a bear scratch and weighing five
pounds more than when he started.
Matty took the big hunt In prefer-
ence to some easy money on the
stage so as to put nimseil in snape
for next season. He wanted to gain
weight and he has done it.
'Its hard (o underaUnd." said Mat-
ty last night, "Just how a man can I
gain weight after walking from twen- !
ty to thirty miles a day. It Is tru '
nevertheless and I am Just Ave pounds
heavier. I suppose It is dus to the
fact that I had nothing to worry about
and laughed for two weeks."
"About that bear killing?" I aakd
It's tough to puncture a good story I
like that." declared the (Hunt atar.
"but I didn't gat the bear. I was worsr
crossed In that respect than I was in
the last game against the Krd .Sox.
"Frank Stevens, who Is an old-tlmi
Nlmrod, and myself went down ttierr
determined to bring home enough bear-
and Watar J amp.
irincMVur music, mui it., irnag pi.
AlAUbM I Km, A;y .as., Ta.lla.2Se
SBr. OOc. J
Wi.a.K Wl i.i.i am X)Z pttMata
naneei raovai ni im
With srlgtaol prodaetlea to eal.
Hsanlr rhi.ru. nf HMI. exactly a atari,
WL WlMXto opoiwr
CAHMK411K II All..
Tuesday Aft.. Nov. Ill si .1.
FIKM-f VIOLIN UK ITAlTW
Heata now on aal l Hjx Offlc.
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71st Rcf'l Armory
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REPUBLIC lart, l'i.i'i.'Sft"
THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
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sna wenlsi laTwl
1L21 Outdi dally at IrJI
' vmk Jml
SSV ISO fmMtmf
skins to match oui new mahogany fllf"
""HI", OUI UlingH OTOKS DttU.
some one got the signals
ni lure, but thlngn broke bad.
"One afternoon we auw bear tracks
In a sw-iTip about two miles from .he
I camp and we Utid our plan to gel him
I the next morning. .Vs the signs howed
only one bear i rank Stevens generously
sugses;.d that I lay for the bear while
0,,t tor wild turkey. Com
1Untly I took with me a rltle of big
,Mllbr(. wdU( m a,.mpJ h,mMi ,vtth
shotgun loaded with BB shot and
station ad himself auom a mile awa
to get a crack at a big gobbler that we
had heard early In the morning.
"Now I'll show you how the luck
broke. I had been Sitting on log
behind some thick buohes for two hou s
" , " al ' "P1"" " J"rK
gobbler cro.-slng an open place In the
woods. I was afraid to take a chance I
with a ride for fnar I would miss and
aZtlZL U"t 1 wouW 'r"hten n
, hte(1 to Mr hrd t awa.
but 1 waited patiently for the beat. In
a half hour I heard the faint report of
hnth barrels of a shotgun. I floured
that Frank must have gut his turkey
I did not see th hear at all, and was
Just on the point of congratulating my
self that Frank had succeeded when he
came thrashing through the underbrush
and excitedly told me that he had been
shooting at an enormous black bear.
Th big Bi-uln came within twenty-five
yard of him and he fired at him with
the turkey shot.
'The bear wa wounded, hut the hut
was not heavy enough to drop him. We
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FAVERSHAM'S JULIUS CAEbAR
Csal nrluda Mr. Fataratisa. t'ranS Karnas.
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THE MERRY COUNTESS
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Next Wk .
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1 lBlr Metropolitan Kink,
IXOlier lAlDK l3roldw.y & lad It,
I SSSSIONH D.UUT. HASH til.M'tKI,.
TU RUIAW.Y aiRLI lliefff1"
New York Boy, a Giant in Size, Has Kicked Seventy
Yards and Is Regarded a Second
A TOOTH who can punt a ball seventy yaiMs. run around the ends Ilk a
ten-second sprinter snd crash Into the lino like a plledrlver la Yale's
one best bet In the big games. This remarkable, player Is none obner
than "lfiy" Flynn. th
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power to drive the ball al-
MAURICE FL-VNIN most three-quarters th
length of the fleld. H tips the scale, at 2X, pound, and In his stocking BMI
rear, up In the air 6 feet 3 Inche. That unusual height give, him a leg that
can make a long swing In meeting the ball.
The Eli students to-lay were willing to go down hook, Une and sinker
on a bet that their kicking star would bold his own in a punting duel with
De Witt or anybody.
sent for th dog, but a night came on
we had tn wait until the next morning.
The dog were deerhn mis and will not
trail a bear when the trams are twelve
hours old. So we lost him.
'That Is the true story of the bear
hunt and we were badly crossed. If
we had changed positions V rank would
have got the turkey and I ssauld have
A MUSE ME NTS.
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THE LaUI ill THE Ml.ll'I'ER
W0RJ0 WANTi WOBK W0NDIBS
M New Tork boy picked to
occupy the place once held
by the great Ted Coy In
Yale's Hall of Fame.
While Flynn has been a
wonderful all-round per
former on the gridiron. It
is his sensational punting
thai stands out.
"lynn lias been a re
markable punter In more
wsys than one. Not alone
does he usually get tre
mendous distance out of
his drives, but he Is much
n. ore accurate than the
great Coy ever was.
Flynn, although talcing his
time In sending his punts
oft, went Into to-day's
Kame with the record cf
never having had a klok
blocked this season, eltber
in a game or In practice
The reason for this Is that
ho boots the ball high In
the air. Flynn's high punts
make It very easy for kls
end In covering 111 drives,
Klein them plenty of tim
to get down the fleld.
Flynn get hi sobriquet
of "Lefty" from the fact
that he boots with his left
leg. W.th a peculiar twnt
of his foot the Yale full,
nack give the ball a teas
ing sp.ral that makes It
extremely difficult for op
Iiosing backs to catoh.
It is easy to explain
ea where Flynn gets bis
nailed the bear with the big rifle."
Though Matty failed to get that
black bear he had a gregf experience.
He and Stevens killed sixteen varieties
of game. Including two bald eagles
On one morning thev got nine wild
geese and sixteen ducks. They also
brought back with them a number of
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