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FOGEL MAY HdllM
HOW HARVARD TWICE CROSSED YALE'S GOAL LINE
Copyrlttit, 1112, b to Pre 9ublMi1nf Co. (The New Tortc World).
The National Temgue magnates Will
meat In thle city to-morrow at the Wtl 'I
dorf Astoria to hesr the charges againet
President Fosrl of the PhlladclphM
Club, who la alleged to have question I
the honesty of the umplrae, laying
Lynch Instructed them to favor the
Qlanti. It is Ibg plan of President
Lynch, who haa been hot on Fogel'a
trail ever nines the publication of the
alleged statement, to have Voel e-ie. i
from the league.
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End pf Collegiate Football Sea
ton Finds Harvard Champion
and Yale Ranking Fourth.
fi2 hr The Fteaa MMha
The Sm w York Wmidl.
'N other ir lhr ha orrsBlonelly
bern MM trouble In Identifying -.h
'flitful liuldrr of the football rh.Hoi-
plonatilp But this time Harvard ha
art tied all anrum-nti. Harvnrd Is lEASS
r on and Harvard, an all the (real
cusches aeree. hua one of the tronuenl
eTi that ever playad the imf
Harvard l in to date In her style oft
flay. The wbolc trouble with Tale wM
that she played tha old atyle football -1
lie 'Tale football" that wan ao fumoua
few yearn are. Full of the traditional
respect for "Vnle football.'' T.ils haa
failed to keep up with the tltnea to
i. jop: th Isn-at ltiipTivenent Ma lie
teen fal'ln behind.
At the beginning- of the season Vale tri
umphantly that alie had the :
material for the k ra tint team In a
doien vears Hut the gituliigts roaches
cuuldn t forget hnw Yala Invented and
need the 'tnterlni king line." They triad
M make an old-time Vale team to in
again: the ISemi using a lien and tit r
friit attack, Tm teeiilt ll that the
end of the folltfttM aeaaon find kjt
fll at four 0Hf ranking llrt).
l'tlnretiin. Dartmouth. Yale. Talt In
fourth place: That l a novelty!
T was Interesting. In the Yale-Harvard
ganu'. in Bst Oil the nien who veeie
supposed In We atara. and to aee
whatlier thry i-ould make good In the
lug test or n it There wua Hrlrkli-y.
Hs csrtalnly I I hum goud. Hrlckley
wag a IT fa hi IHn liuat year, lis won
the freshman game with Princeton by
hlrktng half a dosen or so of field goal.
It was predicted that when ha playad
with the varsity he'd be the star man
of ths team. Brrckley made good
aralaat Princeton, and Saturday showed
himself postal slant by making thirteen
ef Barvard'a . aenty polnta. 11a kicked
two field gniil'. muds one touchdown
and klcaeu u the goals after a
touchdown All through the game
Hrlskley wan great ground gainer
Whenever he carried the ball. Hla touch
dawn waa mads by a beautiful run and
a magnlflctent plunge across the goal
line whsn hs had bean fiercely tackled
and nearly forced oyer the aide line.
i'elton, too, niude goud again. Fallon
the beat punter In the KaaL Not una
of his putita Wag blocked. Hla dis
tance waa good, mid hla famous "aUc.
Ing kick" worked su wsll that YsJs inein
fumbled sll but thrse of hla punts! Im
agine that' All bat three!
Gardner, Harvard's quarter, ran his
team In flrst cldaa style. Hla Individual
play Wus excellent. He handled Flynn's
punts with absolute necurlty.
liardnlck played a tine plunging
gams and kicked a goal after a tuuc.i
biorei , end. lui ned a trick Ilka tbe
wo that made Sammy Wbllu of 1'iliii.s
Un famous a year ago. lis catne dash
ing through when Wheeler tumbled one
of Felton's kicks, and snapping the
bounding ball frum ths ground, ran
straight tu the Yale goal posia and,
touched it down no Vale man getting
within striking distance.
Uomelaler waa lbs heru of the Yale
tcgni. He played with a broken left
Stem aud broken hones In hla riaht hand,
but In spits of this tsrrlble handloap
played so splendidly that he Is unques
tionably ana of tike star em da of the
year. Hla taokllng was a feature of the
sum. Ketebaan. too, played a star
sens from start to OnUh. He always
But ths Ysts player most talked of
before the gajne fall flat. VThen "Lefty"
Flrnn, in the game against Princeton
waa atopped short avoir time he started
a run nobody could understand it. nut
u Saturday's game Flynn dtd no better.
When sent Into ths Uae with the ball
he turned hie baek and seemed quite
willing to be etopaed. There was none
of the stuff In Mm that made Coy the
hero of all Tals a few yeara ago. The
only thing that redeemed Flynn at all
waa his punt'ng, which was much bet
ter than In ths Princeton game.
ArURioc thing about the game
waa the fuTbting tntorval in the
Vast quarter When many substi
tutes were In and Flynn and a number
of varsity men were out. The substi
tutes, waiting on the sidelines, shamed
end deeporate after eeelng Tale bat
tered, outplayed, outgamed, whipped hi
a murh kghter team, fought like the
Yale men of old. They rismmared Har
vard down the Held for fifty-five yards,
lost the ball and hammered their way
back again to within kicking range of
the Harvard goal before the last whistle
The fighting spirit la still In Tale
What Yale needs is a dlffersnt system
of coaching. Gradual coaches labor
under a handicap. Thsy can't forget
hew their teams played the game In ths
old days. They oan't forget the "Tale
football" that has become archaic.
Much of Harvard'a credit belongs to
Coaob Percy Haughton. And llaugh
ton's sucoeae In teaching Harvard a
brand of football that haa upaet all tra
dition aad earn! her unaccustomed
i tortes over Tala and Princeton la a
strong argument In favor of professional
Next year's game will undoubtedly be
a great Improvement over even the
atyle of play shown by Harvard this
year. It will bs more open and new
Utcks will mik it far nor intertg'lnf
KILLED THIS YEAR
Football keeps up 11s loll
deaplte onanges In the rules
to minimize the chances for serious In
juries. Sixteen deaths from the game
l.ave been reported this year, as against
fourteen last ysar.
The following table shows the casual
tlss of football 1a 1911, as compared with
High suhool playera . 4
Colbgc playera 1
Othar players 11
Itotsla 1 14
oAUsm or dbath
Hody blows I t
Infurlea to aptna 0 1
Concussion of brain 4 J
Mood fiolsotitng 0 0
Othar os uses ( 1
Totals It 14
Collagl plavors 30 M
nigh school playafg
tirade school players... 1 1
Atblsllc olub playera... 0 I
Total- 49. C
The following Is a tlat of h. dead
how they were killed:
F.arl (Hose, nt miotiolis, Til., Nov
mwnlier of the lllinpolts High Sriwiol
football team; seventeen jeaita old. Ite
i nlved Internal .n liirleo in a gams with
tbe Auburn High School eleven. He
lived four days.
Leonard unrmliura. at iPtttatun. Penn ,
Nov. IK; member of the Dun mo re High
Rchool el vein; elghtoan yean old. Four
days betors his death hla neck was
broken in a gamo wltih tb West llttlton
High H.'hOill learn
WlUfjim Oonlev, at Ptttataurgb, Nov. B:
eighteen are old. Died from Internal
Injuries rocelvnl lu a game un Nov. t
Clair nttgerald, at Omaha, Nov. lit
eighteen year old. Ill neok waa brok
en In a gam at Valley, Ne. He lived
Hugo CM), at Oregon, Me Oot. Ml
high aohool player, II died from con
cussion of the brain
Oh Me D. Rbgsa jr. at WmmtmfL
Nov. tL He waa on Havottord College
team and died from Internal fcajuriee
Jama Lorn oh, at Br'Jgeport, Conn.,
Oot. XL H waa twenty years old. utd
death was due to fracture of the akull
Amos Paatridg. at Burlington, K J.,
ON THE GRIDIRON
Fifth Ave. Tailor's
Stock For Our Customers
Do you know what thit meant? It meant
a chance to buy a suit or overcoat for half
what it it worth.
We bought the entire ttock of Carl Schulz,
259 Fifth Ava.--retirecV every yard in the
place. Never a auit or overcoat told before
for leu than $60. You can have your pick
for $25. There are many exclusive im
ported patterns attractive weaves and
colore only a auit length of tome to we
say come once If you can the trip will
pay you. Jrets tuit fabrict for which he
charged $90 that you can get now, if you
buy here, for $40. Sale it on our 2nd floor
- -the man at the door will direct you.
Brickley Entitled to Place
Mother of Twenty-One-Year-Old
Boy Who Humbled Yale
Has Never Seen Him Play.
Chart Ddwaid Hrlckley of llarvaid
reatissd his fondest ambition whem
ha playad on a Crimson team that
bumbled Tale. Most of trie humbling
w the. me. ilt of his own sensational
playing. In that game, and to fact all
season this youngwter, who reached the
vottng age yesterday, showed that he is
to be classed .-;tb ths faw great foothull
hero of all time the Campbells.
Daly Poes. Lagnara, Coys and Itlnkey.
Ths Brlolclsy family was much In evi
dence Saturday. While brother Charlra
waa tearing up the Val im, brother
Oeorga wm leading th Lvrett High
Bchool to victory and two'oung broth
er won- mixing up In ft gjorlous battle
on the lots at Kvsrett. tbo home of the
Hrl'kltya. And while the four Hrlckley
hoya vera ripping thing up OP taM
gridiron, their gray haired mother was
carriage riding In Otnvbrldge, hoping
against hope that her four sons would
not be injured la tlta strenuous gajne
"You know," taM th sweet-faced
mother of th four sturdy boys, "I 'an't
bear to s them la.y. I'm so afrsld
they will break their annr, or lex-1
Nov. 14: grammar s hool plawr. lie
dlsd trutu Internal Injuria.
Acton HchronU, at lngmont. Col.,
Oot. . He died from a fraatured akull.
Lane Maaon, at Indianapoll. He re
ceived fatal Injuria In a game at the
Indiana oapltal and was burled from
Mount Pulaski, 111., on Fsb. 7.
EMwar.1 Silvers, at 31-oKeeaport. Pa .
oot. 10. He was right guard on the Mc
Kecsporl Olympic. In a liiMne with the
Johnstown All Mtars atllvcrs'S Ku!l ws
orushad during a scrliuuiuge
Joeaptt la Vi Rosaum. at Men 1)1,
Wis . Sept. ?. fourten yais old. He
was knocked uneonsclou, austaininir
conouaston of th brain, and lived onlv
a few day.
Wall Urn WTUs. sred atateen. n Naali
vUl. Tann.. Nor. U. A weak be for Ma
death Ma aid waa injured, and ha waa
taken to Naahvllt for an operation fo
eotwidloltla, but waa too waak to un
dergo It. Hs waa a member of th Bran
ham and Hughe footbaU team. Aprlng
Broadway and 9th Street
Heroes of Gridiron History
Charlsa haj been paying foOtbtafl for
MM yeata. Hut I have never once
seen him plV- I olwaya wait home In
caae he Is brouffbt heme tnJumV"
After tho gam Saturday a thouHsnd
cheering Tlargvrd students crashed
down on the field ar.d carried Brickley
off to his dre1ng Toom on their
shoulder. The homage wn Justified,
for this youth ployed one uf the most
Hensatliinal games ever seen on a grid
Iron. The Vale roOSSrg ulmoat froze to
Uie.i seats in fright before roe game
when the Harvard star stepped out to
tie thirty-flve-yard Itne and began
I Call the Turn
HE "imitation tailors" "frame up" their advertised
prices and "see-saw" one week to $15 and then drop
to some 12 or 10 odd dollars the next. You're walking
on thin ice when you monkey
- who in blazes can t offer clothes at $10 or $12 and then
make you stand tt "extras"?
F r nstance:
"Cuff on trousers, $1.50 extra." "Better have a
better lining; $2.50 more, sir." "Oh you want a vest?
That'll be $2.50 more." "Velvet collar on your over
coat, did ynu say? Oh, yes, $1.75 tor that, mister."
I don't want you to judge me understand by
miy such tactics you may have experienced elsewhere.
On the level, now, sure's my name's McRae, nothing
doing here on "Elastic Prices," "Switching Goods," and
boosting you on "Extras."
I'm the "Waterloo" for the "High-Priced Clothing
Barons" and "75 Per Cent Profit -Takers" on the "Main
Stem"-- 'cause they certainly can't duplicate for less
than $30, $35 and $40 the
"far 19 Years
an th, Clrce. "
Cold Weather's Ripe. Be a wise duck 'round;
Turkey time. Snuggle into one of my made-to-fit "Happy ;
Suits" or "Cltvcr Class Overcoats at ana iook as weu-
rlrrst aa thr next fine.
Whv do the "imitation
overcoatings? 'Cause I show twice their Variety and,
ilouble their Value in Kerseys, Meltons, Shettands,
Chinchillas and Irish Friezes. Are they swell? "Well,;
Men's or Women's
FREE with every
garment sold. Let
her help pick (slit
knows) and present
"Her" wiili a plaid-
I hack Raincoat.
shunting over diop kicks from ail kinds
Hut Hrlckley had something else be
"di hi kicking ability with r.'hlnh to
bt the Ell. In tlia oours of the game
the Vnle tackier found It almost lm-
poxH'.hle to atop his fiery charge. Tim
gnd agaf.n he ploughed through the line
or darted around the end for Ion; gavlns.
Jut for a change the Harvard won
der booted over two drop klclfh t"
nliow the Vale stand) that his kicking
rei-ord for the season was built on
merit. Harvard will have the servlcss
of th Hrlckley family for years to
with them. For -d'ye moind
TO YOUR MEASURE
"Hiah Rentt." "Bunchea of.
Take Yonr Pick
Expenses," and a "Rake-O.'f for J
the Clothinu Manufacturer" force (
them to demand "Fancy Prices." ,
tailors" hand it to me on
"Ask About Me"
3 Subway Minutes from did St.
Broadway at 59th St.
Open Until 9 P. M.
Saturdays 10 P. M.
Hi: official batting average of th
National League for the season
tit closed last month tflv th
iiianta four places out of the flret ten.
but tho Cubs, with Heinle Zimmerman,
the Bronx Hoy. furnlah the leader.
"Zim," with .372, had fourteen point
mark better than Catcher Chief Meyer
nf the champions.
Zimmerman '.' the demon slugge-.
1 total of bases being 31S. The crack
Ottb third baseman took part In Hi
Karnes, went to bat 87 times and hit
safely 307 time. His best work was
Ion" In home runs, or which he iiiac
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INAl lil r.ATlMi THE WILLIAM TO. POLICY OP
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four tem, two more than hla teammat
Schultr. Zlmmle also led in two bag
ger, but In three-bnggers Wilson of the
I'lrate was the king, with 34.
Carey of the Pirates, with 37, almost
outdistanced all his rivals In the matter
of sacrifice htta. Hescher of the Hels.
with 47, easily esrned the base atcallng
Doyle, th (Hants' csptaln. was
seventh In the list, snd Pitcher Wlltse.
hitherto regarded a week hitter, tenth.
Hans Wagner, the famous Pirate
clouter, was further down In the list
than usual, flnlahlng eleventh, but pretty
good for an "old man" at that.
Crandall and Merkle were others
among the (Hants who fought their way
Into the .300 class.
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