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THE EVTJNIWO WORLD, TrOTTTIXT, NOVEHBTR TI, 1911.'
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DM 1 OI lIY 1 UlU I AUL 111 11L. Y 1 1 ROBERT EDGREN
AMn MFWQV
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COLUMH
I IBB
Extraordinary Luck Gives Yale
Eleven a Tie in Game That
Looks Like a Sure Princeton
Victory.
T
ever lurk lone, a pel verse onmni
in bMorferlng w,th lm natural ooono
of svsntB It .ltd Saluni.iv at rrince.
tun. Luck, the nnrft (Stl .rdlnsry kind
of lurk. gev Tata u tlr In a Rami- that
looked up In thi lust minute like a
n r. Pr.ii ')'
Tale wan outplayed mm for ell
along the line, . x ;t tMsslblv tWl
Unwtisirr and Keteham itood When
tile last 'miri.- bagel rvrry ana aa
pa. teal In see Vale march .lown the Held
and boore. v.ii had the wind it bar
back ai I oat The score aa only 0-J
la Princetons favor, Pljraa'f kicka
ii. .ni, i enable the Bulldog to hold the
Tiger penned In lila own end of Iba
Held.
And : il at ' I beginning- of the
quarter Vale 'onfldent and easer, ripped
tn to t"ir i;i tin Tlgei Una.
And aero came tin surprlae of the
fuiif. i lal ime line lhal had been
unable to hold Harvard two weatea i(0
ha I been iransfi nod into a tblflg of
temper' ) Heel inlKhi give a fool
jr two. ii wnuldn'l hreik. lTga Mg
Yale mm artn burled Into it time ami
aculn, and ihey OOUldn't it'ilu.
And o Klynu began to kick.
And right here cam" th,- atirprlre of
the day. Hyim, kicking fifty yarda.
alaty yarda, with tba "irons, wind fairly
Ball nt; tlio ball along, couldn't (una
FMm.'etori to ba-ck Into her corner.
Why?
Hin.piy i" luao i young lanUeman
known aa "Hobo" liaker always
llnxirlii- .ii ,,hkI when 11, una .imls
fali. Hok.'t mi alwajra under tba drop
pirn; ball, alwaya taking it at full atrlda
In the whole nr. inn he mlaaed hut one,
an i raeovered that hlmaelf. Ilia handling
of pnnte nun wonderful.
FI.YW kicked no high that 1,U emle
had (In, to Kcl down very near
to Baker by (ha time the bull
dn ;ifeil Into !i! Ii indn Vrt Raker In
variably manmaed In dodce them anil
tart hark
t,. ird Va'e-B ,.,,,1 ,f ii,,.
: an ; Hiat, ,ie on aaM
. , ,
1 leap betw en them or leap
Backward and then ,o on,i aid". If h.,lf
a doaen came he'd leap, fro.,, afna to
Me. gulch ai I cat, i void them nnd
gain an much grin, ml ,ia hn , ould hafora
being pulbd down. He aeMom brought
tbr ball baek leaa
from tin, -i,t her
than r.fic, n yarda
ba caught It,
Thla oonatant 'o.nging back of tba bull
offaet all the good Hi,u I'lynn't puntl
with the favoring wind could do. i,
Witt punted nearly u well at;ulnat tbu
wind aa I'lynn did with It. and Baker!
ehort run-aaoha did me rait
The reatr Well, not quit,- nil of the
raet. i'"or Princeton tattled fnto a atyle
of play thai Ihook Vulc'a nerve.
ylytin would u nit Baker woulj inn
the ball back until he w an downed T i n
the Tlgvra would line up and rip rlKnt
kg. No kick at llrai.
maahlng, var.,,1 with
Junt plain lint
a few quarter
oa, x und end i una.
Tale couldn't hold them.
"Princeton would drive Vale back i"i
two or three dofjsa und then, wit.
Btenty of elbow room to pare, kick
the haU down near Yale a goal Una.
A minute or two later, alter l1ynn'i
neat kick, tbu nuinu would be repeated
Yale, with tim a ind in her favor, waa
kepi on the uefennlve g large pan ut the
time. When tbu i ik-, r were pat ,11
the defenlve (or a moment luty quickly
ponhed Yule back.
l ii, i i n,. ,u lal of , la. I. im along
for a minute or u ' ga ni
wan almoai . ' 'i uoei in m ad in
Oruc l't bee I I to t, i il am
i it alie
veiled to 1,
rangi i ui.
tflt-J 1'
eawlioi
njr nga.i.. passer ti ,Jilk a a
only oat w aa ground galnei
Thi otb, i s U.c-
or vers smasnm by
nha alert Tigers
gale has! thu bail Jusl forty-two yards
aa front of i ,, ligur g ..; pus I aim -Ui
the mlddli of the Held.
Pumpi'lly nteppnj Lacs, twelve yards
behtnJ thi Yale line. Ketebam passed
the ball baa k. pretty low. Pumpcliy
eauglit It und dt'lluaiatvly stepped fur
Want, dropped it to tic groan, I. and ks
it rebounded swum hie to. agalnat it
Wit i all Ida :n, am.
Ha a. kl i that ball lift, -too:
from (hi i ' ' posu tin ,
mi about oii chance in a hundred that
it would go over liul luck waa With
Tale. Thia waa juat a minute an, I ten !
seconds bvfole Ibu and ut Hla game
Tbe ball roes high and alia. gat, and
tbe wind, blowing from directly behind,
halpi-l 11 along. It dropped slowly and
earned about to fall to the ground In
fpont of the goal poaia. But a gust
aught it and swapt It along. It struck
the nubile of the cross bar snd bound
ed up unit over.
That ia one of th
creuii't drop klrge
an record. Klfty-lour yur ia, t tit- bciuui ii,hi of tieorge Horins, the a-r, .ii Call
Mk' And li w isn't a kick from pla c- fornlu high Jumper ills mark ol I
msnt, either. (,et a 1-S Inches was accepted, bin t ,,
Tin. game Ifcavea t ie llarvard-Vulfl I high mark be waa ram to have regis
g.ime much doubt. I'm Inclined loitered al the Olympic iryuuts waa imi
think tint I'riiici top's entile nliange of I naked foi and baaee will nut K ,,: m
'taetlcs and her improved team work I I ks tine of the must notable ttddi- ;
tpade her twifu aa si i una as sue waa I Hans l" the racordl are the decathlon
ihrn Harvard won at Cambridge. 1 ami pentathlon leconls mud. iij Jim I
Tet Value snowing waan t so brilliant
I Uat kar chance against Harvard looks
awed enough to go at even nioney. llur
Wd should be favorite.
PUMPELLY'S 54-YARD
' aa h vvrwgf
1
KIRBY IS RE-ELECTED
A. A. U. PRtSDtNl A I
Olympic Competition Does
More for Peace Than Hague
Tribunal, He sas.
o.iatiivnn t. Kurby of thl ally waa:
raalaolad Praaldanl of the Amateur I
Athletic Unlan at iba 'wtnty-iiftit an
nual i iinvi iition f the araTanlantlon, I
held thia afterno,,, at the Waldorf
Aatorlav There uaa no onnoaltlon to '
ii In aalaeUan tna hand of tba union:
for another term, nnd be wuh aatttad b 1
acclamation, lantaa i. Hulllvai wumi
ITcvunm, upon to ,, ,.,.ir, irm
"nrrewrv and i rut.-nr.-r m par
won ,ert,.,, ti ftcuiumatlon,
.,. ...,..,,,,,, :.11H, :
riiHt. A .1. I. Ill of the New Rutland j
AaaoalatlMli a ind. Oaorgu I' I n w 1 1 UK. I
Middle Atlantic Aaacwtatton; third, Di 1
H Merrill llujikliiHon. Southern Aaao
. lition. fourth. Theodora R, Hlattdl
Weatara iVaaa elation,
The convention war, , nota ,1, ,111, ,
niarkiiiK the end of the tirat quarter ut I
a century In the hl ory at tin organl" ;
gallon, and tiierc eara preeenl from .iii :
pacta ut IM country neur! n hundred I
Idtlttattr Tba utnoai enthualaam over
I thi high ulane to whli h umateur alb-
ieti.-. nave been carried prwvallad, and
the ajinttal , vt,.- of Ppealdenn Kitoy. i
in whb h he dwell m lenfth on Uta iu -1
eoaa ol the A. marl ran way of nonduotlni
amateur port, w.ia greetKd with gre.it
npptauaa lie auid in parti
"Th I'nlled Slates la now tile Olije t
lesson of he world aa a country In
w iii, a the athletic BuprenHto) Ii pom.
hlned will, hoheatv met nlnAtruriem i tin
one in which th unlvarait) atudenl ami
ih,, aduoatloititln?, leag fortunate row In
HP autiie boat and eg Willi each other
he trc.i: an on- w here In at aieticn
no line 1a drawn between th rloh and
the poor, aa on tn which the arlstu
irat aa oaalad rubg ahouMera in friend'
l 000 tact with him of lowly birth and
aa one in ivhb'h the professional Bill
let!, ally. af noneat an liable, la though
ih" lea eof by ree eon of tna pre
feaalonullarii. That tbe ITnMed Stalea la
e,eh la due netnuwily in in,, netivitlea
of inetnberv, rrgiuar and allied, of i ie
a. a. r."
ii" racnrarnan'leii that (in- Publli
iio.d tthtetle league of Nee Vork
be me a memuei
v loi'litlon of in
f the M' ti i.oliianj
, in,, i i n , , 1 1 ,, 1 1 1
L'n
i, Hitler I nn tlsi-lf I, up iik u ill - i
recti idled body of thu Amateur vim
led' ration Thin would make the Mst
ropolitan Aaaocintloa the raapunsibii ;
head of the Public Sf I tthlsth
UaagU s a, tlvltlen. ba auld. ami the
Matrop illtaa Aasoclatlon la more oompe
tent to bundle the albledcs of New
York than la thu Nat uiual Aiuat, ai A(h
letlc liilon.
Iti'gantlng tile Hympi, gamea. Mr
ttlrlc aalll
Th metlva behind i " Olympii
gaanea la that, by br nsing togi thei the
nn' ana of the world in frlendl) oompe.
titou. the dotftrlnea o nan win be
quickened and strensthsned The a.
r bsllsveB (but competitions of iiim
' kind properly conducted win do mure
ror tin pvsai r the world than Hagui
tili'unala. arbitration treatlc ,m t ,,- nip
lame lie v sar vies of the nationj
one f the moat Importaill bits o
business tranaactad during the conven
tion aa the formal acceptance of ni a
records. A large number of new ilg
urne worn fovorably reported upon bv
the record committee, ano they will he
pla ed on the official record boob of
the 1'nlon. "Hie only new n " oisl of lin-
l,i i.,,e ,- hi. ii provuarq ,iis,-unni,I!i hh,
Thorpe
The convention will doae to-night
with a rsceptlon snd banquet .,( to,
Waldorf. I
fRAfiNf, rf.sui.ts and entries
JAMESTOWN WINNERS.
nnBT RACK Two-1 . r-old
rnu.rt'
e; we and h half furlonga: puree,
3,in. clotbea Mruah, I Butwall),
Ii i,, :,. 4 to K ind l to .1. won Cog a
112 (LoftUa), a to I, X tO I and 7
in ni lattery, log tintviai, i
to l. r, to i nnil I to I. third
rinie. 1
MIS l!-fi Mlna Tronii
In.wk tllrl. It iriti nlN.
Jonquil, Mo
jink Kellogg
jrk.
In the Straw .itnl AOOOtl at
i in
1 RKQOND n Two-yenroldi
aelllnf; one mile. Inauranca Man, 10J
iTehan), i" to I, t to - and i to
won, Striker. ! i Scmittlngi rl. 7 In
1 1, i t 2 and out. Beoond: Orogvenor,
j 101 (Fcrgueon). IK to I. 4 tn I and -
I in , (bird Tunc i ii :!..' su
I Blla Crane, t'ontliiental, llobawk Boj
und Sand Hog aleo run.
. LAMB iMiinoiiittvt nr. PBUtba
a Pheiagravura of Prwrldenl Rlaet
w i row Wlleen and hu family win te
liVen (ree (for tin, -uponi with next
uadny'i worio.
it M.itin TAII, 'I i.
H'ran Um CeoliWi: t lot mal.l
The ntuohvaunted kangui m.i huup
la, in ita wn. quit h k,, mi reputable
aoUU, but only in much appreciit,, be
gauee the real of ihe marauplal m wxeea
Ively atrlrury nnd lough, it does not
! ipproeoh In dellcao) of flavor (be fgf
tailed aheep atiup of the tnpe tTolony,
I nor i of courae, the worldrenownad oa-
tail aotip: hut a in healthy, itourlBhinat,
and quite laaty, bealdee in,', mi; other
quallflcatlona to recommend It
Jeff Smith
Third
Bayonne Boxer stops Harry
Mansfield, English Middle
weight in Seve:i Rounds,
BY JOHN POILOCK
Ti
wo tiw four American Hgf.tr
now fiifiiUMe: ovor in Parli iuo
I'todval iu dftffttlnfl Ihoti "I'P'
non u in tunitsj at ihe Ulrqua de Parti
ii s,itur.j nltht .! it I .i t:., iiu-
rlever inl.Ml wi uhl of tlai i n . V J
Who bM alr-.iU U f-- wu IV in h !
niM'tTH, won Ula third w.iitli . iii.ik
.Mk' Marry Maaflaid. th BtlSlivli MiteV
dlewelgfhti muU m the Mewnth ruund uf
it tefttTttund k. ivhUe 4 harte) "Kid"
Th inw. Uih PbU44ttlpl i Wi ' i - at.
hum eftettty on ptilntN tiver CliArlvj UOfi
rU, Frenchman, m i'u nut ii n in
another ienround k Mananeiu y ie
i omplartel ouictaaaed b) Sunu and ra.
celved u )sii baatlnf.
Pladios it
ulle
li i
g:,
n
llliil'. 111.1
Exclusive Overcoats .
Made to Your Measure
From New Elysian Beaver
You rnua' ire the mtit'-rial to aappre
ciate K'W effective these coats can be.
Cut f'.r you rittcd to you, gnd hsvinfj 11
thoae llttli perfected detsill found only
in CUal .r,- riflthdal Yon tlictntc the
,t !e .,' jiiirrrrr !uc ord satis-
rctior '-.Hrr plea cm rc(UcM .
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FIELD GOAL
,t. mi y r K r Ptrbnehini Co (Tim Raw Ton Wofldi
JAMESTOWN ENTRIES.
NOBFOL.K, Va., Nov Is The Jamei-
lown tntrlea foi m-morrow 4rc ui fol
lows: niWT UAI E- Tw, jrlMildi; lirr tUtl Mil
lag; fur tad Mie-half ntrleaej, trran, log;
H ten K . n o l i ' Ntttht. I"'. "Paw Oa,
t n
tin: IVIIda, 112i
Vn,ii. iu.
Pike'"
I Van. 115: adiillar. 113;
Minn wtatble,
l inn. J ii"in, ion.
KKtiN'lJ jtACK I ,, v, m: i-l'li ami onward
pnrai lauO; linrdle; telling: jt'ntit two milea en
iti, it' i... 'llallln, 180; nancthB, IN; Aiure
MaM ' IS; Dr, Heard, 8S; (Irrdem Sat. Ian;
H ii ni lllil lien lanlla, Ml: I'lnn,-, 1:1:;:
lanap Ulack, IN; 'Uaafe rial. IM; SitMu,
lay,
I lllltli ll.trt All air.: ptma UOa; free
hi n 1 . 11 furlonga, UnnlreatMir, all; Naan Oaah,
-t,,., oil, it,,.,, Tea, in.',; Prlnca Abated,
II!. Mar, in,. A.. Mi. Ilmini. 114; QlU IWWr,
I'angli Mill. tl; llmter lliiu'ir-. IM
Kiit'RTll Rat'E Tkleealer llandkan; line
,i,i Ida ind laptaaid nurai 4oo; rata ami one.
-i t ,iii'f .ludur Uoaeb, Dd working Lad,
lai, W'nte Wih.I 103; m 1m , 104: lltamalia.
10,1 1 ;if K,ifc. too i Pilau, m; M,.rr, Lad( n.v
I'arltiin 0 II".
1'iri'l It M ' t; Tlnri- if.c iil.U ion! inward:
I lairaa ;oo aelllog; -i furlonga, llrauttell, BO;
A-ir.,1 iei KM); " la 1 . ..-, I f . I Oft: flallafaj, 104;
Premlei loft; at. Itegia, loa: Jaeii lieataaa,
lie I In I Cap, 110; talllill, llO: flaaaae IIO;
IfoeluB Kb?kl, 111!' naMnXajgaa "wPI ellaihle,
1 tu a; ingcila One, Ilia; 11. itt. In.',.
KIXTtl HACK Tlirm-ltir inIi and tl,aanl;
iHirM a'.'ai: a,'ie;a; all ntafmngi iat,ir, ion;
1 Vllai, H4 Maelteraer, I0A; 1: a l.a. 107.
itui. 1, ni. hrfi Knob bee. tiiT: Katherola, n7;
I .- William, log; u, ,i Hal; iiagmaii.
I I lie N.ili ir,-. IIO; llcr,-Mt T'cner. ll.l; al.o
1 1 "r 1a aqulie, i'i; niiinaana. log:
Mm t U"
j KKVKXTrT ItAt'TC Tbraejeai Ida cl up.
; ar,l; .,;,t,a: one and ,,ni' quarter ardlaa. ggtaier
! til ,..,i mi: 'I'em'.iiii fW; Kir.t I' lot
. iv., . Ilk j 1 ni Melton, 101 Dilngerfleid, ng
; AiuvrfKir. Mil "Anlaele', 1114: "innli Seller.'
10', Aeeitnl, MM; t.,r,i Rlam, loft- Idlewelia
Ml Mn liucl .time!,', II.'. akUallt, 111. Kl no'
ill,
; 'As i"' ut: a ajjotaaaea.
Wins His
Bout in Paris
i ''Hn, ii the i level Vuakf :
l . m il, raenrla ,l;,i,ii,m
fuiliivr ban !
ii, ma le Ma
ft"
. ran i i, a neli,"weliii In a nix rumd
Joe Ilia, anotiiiT fntae; f "I'll. II,
n.i. inial A. C, ui IMuladelalita ami ei
nl , , lis- diflkndty In la.llPiontin.' hint.
lar
Jim Harry, ha nearywrurnl
vulb returned fraaj a in;,
I to Halor w . , a
'( Ohkaan,
i AuOraUa,
lir i, a, :nht
le klji in four nooiHu at I hi
i .I-' ,1 v
"a'.i'i", -.i l l ..ii Si'iiri diY i u.,i U ti..
hell t r . ,i! the Uatnalnj i f tna f if t . miaa
ttUt li? . Itt lie nWdeMofl t0 - T 1 r 1 - -.
Mi"' Btldwln, doej leej nltlitbii ihtn
hv in..-, i ii iMMplliti in ft.- ItWtvTwffdnt
air Mini, w to n:.i .'itmihtT !,.'i urn i n-i .-i
' ' t'i. ' ' .. . k, 'U t WPI taf ,.m . ,
nan,, wier-M miii nifet i . . t- ,t
lit) I" UI .11 T'ltlllhAaTi.r'g I'u i ' i 1 1 1
Mi. alii tr t . uv' ti 4 rtiu-.i m.t' u At:i
j, i .. i r.. Nraea '.i r-tunw.
I
Ml
' 'li i 11 It Itnf). Mibu KeVa 'tl 'etijit .
' .1 Uafl . A. (' nt I'lnl.l.l i
Kt-ll. K HM. g fmt.ah at hfrll I
i iti tna I'ltitrr w:n n : ink utar
ItUatatlHll f '.I trTv.t'ur V.ir.: Jir I
M.itll Hfiirriavi Jul, u'nl jAfl I
Li inlfMlnreJfhl ( Knnminla
. .i' ). neaTti tui lUartag tcadeau '
- It
la i
ii..... I. Mm-i riirlnn fi-MHht.
I t .ii ,i i iiuaefc, Um oiever, luM aUllai pejUaae
vi i P'.t t'a'iv I'lifliti, lhi llirlrtn V"ii'H'tr
I 1 t kill taw Ui ''it- lY'tit rai.i laantaa
Ie fMthrrvelghU, win oiti tuu vetai pro
r nn i hu- for boainj at tht Itieal i vaea wej
iii ' aii K'ntaiiitq I., in :, ti n ffumil
.' ' 1 i -in, a ' ' i'i il i cm i i t'liiit.
25
Awheim
Broadway and 9th Street
THAT SAVED
PUMPELL Y REPLACES FLYNN
AS FOOTBALL HERO AT YALE
rJnc at New Haven
To-Day on Lookout tor
Kia Sophomore Whose
Field Goal at Princeton
Saved Eli UndergrauiuJes
Seveial i housatid Dollars.
Now Haven, Nov. 18.
i MPEL.LY Iibb replaced 11 jmn
an a hero In the eyes of the
Yale undergraduate and every
one Waa on tho lookout lo-tlay for tlr
big Sciplloninrc who siivctl k:j mall
good Vale llnolaona by kicking the
great field Koal In tho last few
minutes of play at Princeton Satur
day. Thi is Pumpelly'a tirst year on the
Varsiu aauad, lie olajed on the
FroHhnian tenin lasl year. Hit drop
kicking ubllity. however, was de
veloped thia year under the pergonal
Instruction of Dr. Win. T. null, the
greatest drop kicker that Yale ever
produced, But It wasn't expected
that in a name he could have made
the kick ho did and lie now holds a
very high place in the estimation or
the undergraduates, including the
football siiuad.
Several thousand dollar! wen pul up
by Vale men m Ihe game at Princeton
ami In New York the night before for
Vale was very confident of winning.
Tin um Held goala of Princeton In the
Hist hulf wore entirely IIMBI led and
j as tile name mured lis clone thoughts
of u long hard winter Hilled the umlcr-
1 graduate mind.
I Now there will bo the name aaStoua
I momenta at Yale Held next Saturday
while the Y'aJo men watoh Briokloy,
Hard wick and Wendell,
i Practically all the players nnd coaobag
I bad returned this morning, Moat of
them come last night ami ul I seemed
i in good condition. Tile oOBoliea didn'l
a.i.v mtl -h. fji the game Wag a great
I disappointment to ithein. Prnctlcally
Very one of the roaches expected that
Yale would win the gamei althougb the
goal kb'kitig qualitlea ol Baker were not
uietorcMttuiati i.
AMUSEMENTS.
HAMMERSTEINS
Una,
ml
11 St.
- 1 I l.i. h Mat. L'o .It .'ill,.
Baaj" Big Anniversary Bill!!
IRJCNK I'll t V I . I N .
17
BIG
ACTS
s.iu-i lint: iifesBa
' Niw.it in i, Turkisli no "
llii.M ( A A I.KW IIKAII.N.
HiffiiirE ji.smmh
i Manaai r of III I net m: i ta, Til.
j ;. JA' KHUN.
KK.Vii, M I IXU a MKI.KOiR,
flie tllrl (ran llaj M..ii,-, "
J"l.s , s I I I - I Kit
., In u t Kflh A lien,- laicj.
i HK I MIIIIIH I1IHI.H.
-l I I . II i 111 i
I. A RkX .v 1. 1 HBg,
u h.i.i v ts UHOTHRHM
thi: iiiN'iiKAg, WAi.iiH
run bKbANPg,
NEW MIITHIN I'li'TI Hits
THE DAUGHTER
OF HEAVEN
I'la.iiiu al I in IV
beaitutst land a
MAHi
BBaUasd I ' SBtll
fc-RS
nstsi
luef.- 'an
iViahlcr Store for Women
.'tint sire ,t i, ml uih Ivenne,
PDnrmu'v in in: uauui um
a awiyno HlaisanM aktll.kY, I'K.I.IX I
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Ual.''.V.K S, l I'll I Ml a in., and ollwra,
tl BT Nra Tork'a Uadlns (V'nTlnnou.
aaaa a Vatulertll. ami ll.akai I'iisun
eaTH BT. Thtsttss, I'egrani liiaiikail
' "l .'i-l l aead aceklj s. a I'miu, i, i.
leeTII MT l'n estraniflt uaali'St, limp m at
iaari I, aS) 'mi" tr ni II A. M. o II I'. 11.
6T4AP I. Alois UAT, 11.111.1
a. Z0YTt din De Paris Girli
rfi.j3 -sc. bdieleuffa Prldajr
WilSOH'S BEEF TRUST
m. 37jo O'i'I tiiiulenra I rlilai .
BRONX 1 :!:''-rB'Ai J
AvTBise -ss GIRLS FROM REIO
ftL IPtl MIL.
1 ,11,11 ,, III -
,41,, Kieaieg
i Thuis.
linrstla.l .
BELASCO
t MS, Mala
FRANCES STARR
Till- I'Aini;
ill in i ui
UCDIiDlir vTSnt, i l.ieulua. at S.I3. Mat
Hr.rllDl.lt- :, s ,V,,. au,l rat , J.l
THE GOVERNOR'S LADY
YALE FROM
SOME FaCTS a BOUT HARlLD A. PUMPELLY,
LATEST HERO OF Tht FOOTBALL HELD
Will rraduau
varalty team.
I twenty-two
from Yale In 1913,
yonre old and hi.
all ihaiod.
Welgha 1BJ ponnda and la rather tell, being B feet 10 Indian
la a Mew York State boy, hailing from the city of Oawrego.
Prepared for the Now Haven unlvereity at Hotchklae School.
Waa a member of tbe freahiuan team laat aeaeon and played bril
liantly. Hie kicking of field goal won many hard-fought gouiei for the
"freahlea."
Hla playing for the short time he waa in the Princeton game will
probably earn him the job aa regular loft halfback agalnat Harvard
Saturday.
HARVARD CONFIDENT
OF OUTKICKING YALE.
9A0sTBRIDOB, Nov. It "On Yale
ami victory " win be the slogan at
Cam brideta this week w en the Hnal
uniiiig up of the Harvard football
machine win be made in preparation for
tbe annual love feast with Yale, booked
for this ecason. at New Jlaveti next j
Saturday. There will probably little
or nn work about the stadium this
afternoon, with the view of giving the
players a chance tn real up after the
gruelling contest with Dartmouth Bat"
urday,
Tuesday and Wednesday will be given
over to a light signal drill, .v.a'.a the
varalty iriu pay particular attention to
those formations that they havs pruc-'
Heed on nearly all season, bit in ia: of,
which w ill Im- put ou exhibition for the j
drat time ugulnsi Yule. A Play or two:
of t.ie sort that Old Kit may expect
weiii tried out against Dstrtmouth laMi"
Maturdny and the fake forward pass
and fake kick formations with Pelton
and O'Brien carrying the bull got by fur
yoial gains.
Conch Haugtiton was fm from .-.iti--!
ii, . i witn tbe showing bis ohnrgee made
AMUSEMENTS.
TWICE DAILY
T
TTT
haai
BEST SEATS at MATINEES $1.00 1
DALY'SK;,-
,v fli il laam'g
it, Ih ,W.
, 7. V,:; The Red Petti. oat
aitii ll,'-li
lararll.
39TH ST. fJ'A
.: i SlT lear ll'aa.i .
Mais. l'n. Sal.
1 D II'. ' il I l'n
nedv I' ,.
flume lAuaansii p, s)l q
, i ',
M I M
I I I Hill
rata .iiii.i ni it i a u t Ih a :m
Mil',. Wed., sal. A Tliantaglrlu.
READY
MONEY
lyric fiia'.vfta
Ki
FAVERSHAM S JULIUS CAESAR.
r ,,i InHiidei Mr, rsesrshsja, fVsal tteessn,
i,.n,. I'. war Kuller Melicli Ma, -Inhn n,"
1 ,1 v, TU. . taHb! 11. el HriaiTway,
lotlisti mea. fc, '.b.ib. Uau Ttiuni. asi
Wti.l.l.VM
Collier
tvtU4Ail 1 n NF.VF.R
SAY DIE
The Fumtint
Play in Toun
.'C I N O "li -a, A 9 ii -i Kia- s iaC
tAainu m ... Wad , sal.. Tliantagg,
THE MERRY COUNTESS
PLAYHOLSE ' :;:.,;w;',," Tliis
LITTLE WOMEN
w rnMFiiY ;! ''.:'' , Sc'S I-:
I- ,lll.ir XaVseaeaa." 1 a ' lll I
Fanny Firit Play
WFST EM)
a It, Mats ! a Sat.
little miss brown
Academy
V HVr II w,,lrriin ri
Kv4.. linr :t.v -in-.
sniiiWirist I r rim ti tel.
MATINEE TO-DAY, 25t.
William K'l riSHntl a I'nrfr,-: BeTlrSl '
THE WIZARD
World'. Mm
s .is tai'Miar
11.11 ,1 PfiflllTI
-Till i sf
OF OZ
lll'.At TV ' Unit!
BOIIM'IJ,l!w,
l; a MVl, Ih s if,
1 .sa, w i Mis,.'!!., nl.ial
.ti Lit. 1. 1, at pit'.
"Ilraao ,, mi " J.inea,
t'U'GE M. COhaN
ASTOR
H aa, 4.",at Ki'a.s 1.1. Mi . w ,
1.1 ft, IVel Ma
f I ..'al
ADIT UIT Ueuilta FAIRBANKS in
D1U all 1 H.WTHOm ( IM U. t. I.
GRAND
lara llisin,'j;,asl ailtAv.K
va.araisaa J.VII alal. W mI A rant
BUr RING -The Wall St. Qui
imnr
JulHsJ
DEFEAT
thin being hie flrat year ou the
been ueed a enbatltiite halfback
agalnat the Oreen. They were olearty
outplayed through the first half. Thr
ends were too easily hnxel ttirOUBfl the
game , r outgUBBBSd, an I at limes Kelton.
Sterling punter that he la, round him
self out kicked by the crippled Morev.
Then, to,, the prateetton offered Btiolt
Icy, widle kicking, appeared frail, bui
n Stronger fr uit may b,. brought into
pb) during the next few days.
Th (sail fig crows stronger here day
after day that if Harvard ami Tale ar,
to settle their differences by Held g).,i
the Crimson will win If the lllue :s to
win they 'mist cross the Harvard go.i.
line.
MUSICAL.
MM ROroiatT IN ill tin HOI f,K.
I nUrhl ,, s. Koenlasklnderi I'm..
J I'lilhi. On. lo lis, nl. I ll'ad . at
ia. Ilu-tleun,, li I'HKllioeli Thum. at
raunii in. , s Mainui l.eaaaut: hi
" - Masle Mole.
IIAItDMAN I'lvNii I'BKn
AMUSEMENTS.
VHll YtlKK's UtAlWMO THRATIttta.
FMPIRF Hani .V 4'iili st. Kva".' al a. 10.
tsivirirtia riBtfttai Wad. At BstTal 1.10.
NAZIMO A i Belu Donna
I YrFIIM '' "t,. ni. Hun., . K , en IDS'
IS.
M,s BILLIL BLRKt
The "Ulml
I I'm i, i" l.lrl
GARKICK U&iH
JOHN MASON
ir. Il'eay, Kia. 1,10,
Wad, A Sat. i. til.
I UK ITI .H K." la
i II ni ( "The 1 Bel.
rBITI,R,ilM i
, Hue a', s.lfi. Mais.
Ill s, I It , I. A s.,' OS.
WHAT AILS Y0L? j fc,
HARRIS
;,i
Ki
s.i'3. Mat..
IN ii. Milt Mir A) .5
A RICH 'MAN'S 'SON '-V, , S. :s
Next Mull.. AuglMtai TbrBBBs'. Meej Mail!
FLLT0N,',i"v. i'v StrtJt
Id.
BOt 11.
TUB WI I HU liriv'CT IThi Lauef
HUDSON
ii -1.. nr. H aa,. Kr. - I',
Matin,,,. Wad. A Bat.. '.' IB
I O- UOKItlllY II IMIll AT M.I ti.
ivi n. a. rj a tv t U,M
PARK '"1 ' '"' i ' ''' H". a il Mat,
rniMYw,,, A s,, Wed. Mat. .mi, . i i on
"THE GYPSY" 4 teui iluffij
Vexl Mondsr "A HK II Mix's siii...
New Amsterdam iv , V ! !, Al;
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
I IRF TV'. 111 at. Ki si, iu, , oed. j
1.11)1 .1 Si(t j jj tjk-art, m,i ,Vj, l ;al
M-I-L-E-S T-O-N-E-S
i fit ItKllHIII K I It. Il'wavt UHtn tU.
l.i- sj,-,. i ... c i t. Hat. i IS
OH I OH! LELPaalNE
MOULIN ROUGE
Fl, . 1,10, Mats, Wed.
rurnieriy
v. y. TBI vrnc.
BU at : 10
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES
GAihTY
Hroadsai a itiiii . e,. n.is.
Mattnei Wert, a sat. 2 IS
C. O. D. h" '! ,u" 'miBblng
a-. aa-. ,,, heglauina to end.
afsjl I frifil 1 veJ A Sal. .1.11
Kl.MIR .1 IMs
am ui nn: suPPES
WALUCK'S
B'aai & ;iuu at. t h.w
' ' . . Will aV ,l 'J ii
JS?' Our Wirag
N'lt a I
K,,!aer
CENTURY
. fil'd A lajntral Park Waal
SSllll r.iliuiitnia Im , IA
Til
Mi'i
Wei
I The Daughter ol Heaven
.-I. at z.w. ' I'llll I, ie. ti ai.no.
LITTLE THEATRE',
ANATOL SNOW WHITE
gln Ihr. at s 4.1 ! fciarj Aft. aaagel
lat, afsl ar 9,110, i Saitueiai in 113(1
hrhnltnler'a I ain -Tale Pla.
satiric Comedr. fur hlldrrn.
ELTlNCiF " 4- '- 1-t. at i ll
LLimtlL Mai W.,1 Ac Hut.. 2.15.
WITHIN THE LAW
COLUMBIA Burltiqui Igffi
II En, A Sat, : .11 Hei-vee' Hla
at '.'(l,,. ll. 1 Meant Nhow.
Ml Kll. III! I I III I . 42d I.ea.Av.
Mai T.i.l.i I,'.. "."' .a. En. lBe.aws.a0e.Tl
' ' -Mat. Tiesla.l . Its', t,'. las.. a.n. lec.aanJjnarcjaS.
I iSSXTi THE COLLEGE GIJvU
CHAMPION HOP PE
LIKELY TO RETAIN
18.;
Tournament at Hotel Astor
Will Come to a Conclusion
on Wednesday Ni.ht.
STANDING CF PLAYERS
IT , . i.
Aver.
93 17-31
1C 30-33
- 3-19
33 18-31
16 30-33
10 30-30
10 30-30
1.0 30-33
HlffD
run.
103
187
160
13a
89
140
139
117
V.
3
3
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. a
Bojipe . .
Hoi nlngatar
loaaon
Yatnada ....
Cllne
Button a
Dimareat a
Taylor 1
Il .cfcinn tn look very much a th vitsb
WfUli rtnppe w'li be aurceegful 'a hla
defenae of nu la -: h.iikiin. btiltard t'He.
whic.i he ia deftnding agalnai oven
MlUard crarki in the Belvtdora of the
Hotel Aalor. The youthful i-ruck ia out
I 111 11,1111, ll.t .IIU no:, 10.11 K.i 1 au'c
I or:') !,,; 1,
j Toil,, men are tied for -ml pliee.
iThey are Mornthgitar, Bioaaon aid ve
I .nu l l Cllne ami Kutton and Damaratl
I are tleil for Bftb flace. While Taylor '
like t'.ie In. el him Uiuall) arc In lie; N.1
.innnl Itaatbal'. I.eagtic-.it tin t ,u end.
Hoppa'g only defeat w is ai the handi
of tie rleVei lap r, layer. K,li'. V.i mala.
The deciding tnatcti of the t oirniment
will be played In the gr.in 1 ballroom 01
the Hot", Astor on Wedneoday night.
The achadule for the matohea u-Ja'
brtsga Deniareat agui',gt Cllna n 4
MornltiKxIar agalnai Taylor at the mati
nee lasatoH, iioppe enaaaei Button
nnd Bioaaon piaya Yamada thia eviinjK
DOLS YOUR FACE
BURN AFTER SHAVING?
Soap rubbed Into tin pores followed
by the scrape of the raaor -Is bound ti
cause a slight irritation. To restoro
tone to the skin, to Incur, 1 feeling Of
perfect cleanliness, rub a little
VELOGEN
"Beauty's Guardian"
On the face after the soap has been T
moved. Note the nbeenOC of str klnees
that follows t lie use of cold cream
Shaving becomes a picas :, If you u,
Ydogen.
At all druggtabs, in collapsible tube-
15 cents.
BETTER THAR COLD CREAM, USRC
THE SAME WAY.
AMUSEMENTS.
TtWTPtS
u
NI0N SO.
in hit
I II UNKS. 0
tci'lo Vninlrrl'llt awi
Ilea. M.-r,-. Marias Mor
ra' II, - I , .it'irrn.
H an, 141 , t
IH I I V M TS S.V,
COLONIAL
B'wai Hgil si
lilll.Y MATB -"'
ALHAMBRA
7th Ar.liatb at
DAILY MATH We
BRONX
Hiiiii si ::. At
DAIbt mats Uc
iiim IIKNBY .
W I'I. A ill lUXKY
la.
s, laev i it aa . Ham
A Ml :,'r. lip Si.lera. all,,
Laaay'l Utile I'ariaienot.
Vera Mi hi I, as. Manor.
Kiel.r ', . I.aililln flllll.
Then, Hendli riavcea.
Vsudevill. AmtiTeTiarr
14 ALL STAR ACTS
CurtaUn, i ii f,nii t.afi
HARLEM
THE
it ntru iHlli Mats, in to Stic.
11 um faioi K t o. m
GAMBLERS
Graat Exhibition
of Hones
InitriiBiliiiiai
MBJI
I .S.Offlrff
v. I nalUa.
iMitrh. BT
vlnn nnd
ln;lillgtt
m Milittio
- '.'.-.ii.
!' sad
die Htirtas.
lAudroia,
A ' M i-i,1 a
I nrtten.
HflrklaS'Ta..
n,'!t?fiaaa.
lah i "i ni
I Watttr Jmuj.
AtimlNMlon I -...
LAND SHOW 7!'
7Ut Hef'l Armory
ii it, it 1'ark A.
10 v M ( I P Nf 1llljr ,nl RundW- l ,or .
PRIZE oOlL NnUDUCTi, DlttU, Sh p, Hogs. P-iltry
Kalteaburn1 Ot heatraTwl r 1'uily. Ailimwion ivik
OLYMPIC 5iat. ' Ti-ii!n. ' sjau lEr.
TuMda ta'tartt SHtt. , fPArirFP
VI. .li(rt trirv Coo I uat, i n-.rEK
riiurnsUv MuJi';ir .Mn; TAf K V
Frida,
ir Sn,
AMER.CAN ROOF r;r, x, ;VvVa.
Cheia. H. Hwt. I-Sm in u Turki-h BaU, Cept-
wniay'i aatla, rrnmif a Alien, O-rtu
liorwirt. Mua.aal Riaipieaa, tiitr-
HKMKKVKI MB ATI 85r. AND 54r.
JOE WEBER S
A. VfWUi St. Kvk. M .30
a W. A X -a at V an
A SCRAPE O' THE PEN jflfr
r RA IN EY'S AFRICAN HUNT
HURTIG & I wist imui at, lut. Dso.
ROa(i st DELL
SEAM ON S Bed lor I.OMHIN iy. W.
1 Wrisitllnit Tr, Bawoa Night.
GARDEN T,IKATIlK l"11' Marllaon Af."
. I IMrlM Li TO-.MIIIIT B.IB
rAiBa,y-,"::,d HAMLET
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
la A
Pultun Sta
BURLESQUE MB
Phona Main 1SH3
It it net. 'a . nirl. llurke Ilroa,
GflYETY
ll'li.. A 1,1 ifti l',ITSS. -;
Thr,c, Ave DUILt3ll Ut R SI
Mtina Wm.lar ft
BON TOXs .t HKHr 1111,1 ii
EMPIRE
nvii n ntii.v"
111 ftS't .., .
llrnailnar o llnlnh 1, II.-, s..-..
MONTE CARLO GIRL?"
siiuti: miivii'v I'll
A aa 11 Kt IIM 11 1 T I N K s 1 1 r, aJ2.U
rAft-tKBT I AKMI t I llnty' ,
ftPORTINQ.
rZ.'ZZjCT'.
1 OLYMPH
A.C.
I CHAMPIONSHIP
1
GARDEN
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