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COACHES Fl 10
NNE YALE EU-VEN
Harder Work Looked For with
Harvard Game Only Four
BRICKLEY AT OLD TRICKS
Kicks Tl Out of Four Goals
from the Field in Lively
Scrimmage with the
[By Telegraph le Tha Tiibaae.]
Kew Haven Nov. II Yale had another
-utiRul.irly llght ira.-tlce thla ;ift<-"n~*on, in
vl?w of what apparently remains to be
h(-r.,mpiishf-<l before Baturday, if Hanrard
js to be ' he Berlmmage laated
only twenty minutes, .mil was not of the
drtvin-*, t-rueilin-r Und. lttia fl Boaaewhat
uni-sunl attitude to flnd aroun.l B Yal
ramp after a tie came arith Prlll
?whlch had been beaten by Harv-.rd. no
matter how much the rircumstances of
UM two R.une-- lilff.-red.
Tl-:. are tnklt"-*; mat
ters rather quh-tly. and tho crea' hn
1 rov'-nei to be i.ires*nrv t->
defeat Harvard mual come, apparently aa
the result of a alow aad normal develop*
ment. and not beea um the eoachea have
apurred the men to un unial effort* Been
concedlng that drastio meaaurea are un
neressary. it would Beem that a little
more effort to -Tit op thingn la needed
Print is nol laeldng bul it la aiore of the
splrit le flght off defeat than to carry on
The coaches evld.-ntly believe they | rt
'matters la head, aad are BBtlafled to let
the team tak.* Its course-. There 11 1
the Bttgbteet w irrjr over the Harvard
*.am~- Whether thla i*- Juatlftable, the
?.ame orlv wlll f 11. : s .H "f the praofc
is heli* ln necret Football do.-s nr.t worry
the BOjaad once lt r. nors, that
Another long -=i~mt1 practi'-e star^d tho
work ~'f tho dajr, with the men Unlng Up
as they "ll"! against Prlnceton, with the
exeept'on thnt Cal'" ln i'omt Is
|er'? place After tho sl";n,'!-i a twenty*
mlnute scrl-nmage arith the scrub waa
heid. p-imei-.-i.-r and Pendleton belng ex
cuaed. Neither ls injured, and l*oth wlll
br reedy tor Baturdajr-fl fray. Pead and
Arnold alt.rnatod ir Peadleton'a place nt
guard The re<t of the team waa Averv
nnd Gallauer. enda; Talbott and Warr.-n.
tsirk ey, "-uaiel Kot.-ham. centr ;
Wheoler, quarterback; Philbin and Bpald*
Iiik. balfbacka, and Flynn, fuIllVaeh
Dartng the curse of the scrimmage
BhaMon, Carter and (Ule w. ro q .,.<! <,n
the ends: Cornell and Dyer, the latter
only tor a few nrinetee, at ouarto rbecb, |
and Baker, Puaapelly and Markle In the j
. Held. Tho 'v.-ii-itv Boored two tou *
down* after Bteady advancea of thirty-five
nnd forty yarda reepectleely.
The urmal tyi a of game followed all ?
\.nr by Yale was used, and there wfre
no long nris or galna The plunging of
the backs was good, and all of them had
plenty of cban< plungaa of from
elght to ten yards wore mnde by Philbin,
Pumpelly and Spaldlng. Howe sald after
the practice that he thought the team |
plaVed a Mttl.- better anl show.d some
hnprovemeat orer its work on Saturday.
lt was nothing to ?..- elated Orer, however,
and nn m.'re than should be expected.
Toan Bheettn !s we,rklng hard to rouse
the sleeping ir.- of the team. and there is
little doubt, deei Ite aome whal eomateee
appearan< cs, that once Tale beea Har?
vard on the tlold it wlll be a much rrmro
dangerous team than faeed Prinr-eton last
Saturday. M,ore might be done ln this
flnal work. aad n pareatl] araa
belng done ln former years. but that does
not determlne matter= flna'ly
Howe said to-nlght he probably would
not use Cornell at halfbaek on Saturday.
JIo remarked that Corn< H . ould play there
lf called upon. and reflect~*d a moment
upon Its possibllltles. but sald he would
use hlm only at ijuartorbark. lf at all.
J>oftus wlll go in aheed "f .'..rnell and
tVheeler wlll start as he did against
After fhe --riitimac" there tTOt a long
runtlng drlll and Markle, Pumpelly,
Flynn and Spaldlng had a long workout
ln drop and plare kicking. Yale is ex
pecting the game to be more or less a
matchtng "f Flvnn against Felton ln
puntlng, and lf tither team gets in posi?
tion to ?core It wlll be Pumpelly against
Brlckley at drop kicking. Yale does not
believe He**vr rd will come aa near scor
Ing a touchdown as Prlnoeton dld and lf
anythlng that Yale wlll bave a little ad?
vantage orer Harvard in auch possibiii
tles to netitrailze the Crimson advantage
in the matter of kicking.
A break of tho game eithor way may
determlne the result. tha t.-.ims are ex?
pected to be so evenly matcbed. Yale's
practice to-morrow will conslst of a
rather short acrtmmage, Bl d BB tor Thura?
day nothlng detlnite ha? Inen decided on
->xc*pt that the **.rk will be llght. The
team will not go out of town, although
some of the players wlll bo sent to the
Inflrmary for rt-st and qulet.
Plenty of Work for Harvard.
[Hy Taleaeaab te Tti" Trlbaae.]
Cambrldge, Nov. 19?The Harvard foot?
ball team continued its work for the
Yale game, to-<lay. Kxcept for the ab
sence of harel taeklitig. th- scrimmage be?
tween the 'varsity and the scrub was as
strenuous as ln mid-season. and the regu?
lars extended themselves as much as lf
their placea on the t?*am were not as
.]. The scrub players were well drilled
mi Yale's formatlons, and made some
| ground Wltb them. whlle the "varsity
i pMya while efakctlflfl hi mldrleld, dld not
produce B tou,iidown.
Brlekley, howeier, was at his best and
i added three more field goals to his al
i ly long ll9t. He tried for four of them
mado three. His longest goal WBI
ki-ked from the 40-yard llne and UM
Other two from the 3o-yard llne. and all
three were made from behind hi_ ruflh
line Wtth the scrub charglng through.
Harvard baa apent a lot of tlme in per
foettaa its proteetlea for Brtckiey's drop
Ifld lelton's punts, aii'l thfl < atn
l bMh roaUae that Tata bai sp*""1
mueh time on formatlons caleu
lated to result in thi bloektag of ea-M of
Hanrard- klcks. Early to-day there were
two scrlmmages golng on Bt BoWleri
Pleld The substltutes played agalnst the
Becond team, havlng the same drill that
thfl 'varsity had.
RflCflSa Hrown. the old Crlm.on halt
baeb Of tha mlddle nlnetles who sees all
D which Yale partlclpates. had
Charflfl Of tne flcruh to-da.v. Kvery luan
BflOtbly cnn get In the Yale game
this veai was Bfl the fleld.
Bradley, tha tuarterbaek, who Mralaed
his anki. three weeka flBO, was in the
play, whlle Trumi uil eame oui aad played
in his reaular pUce at rlght guard. It U
not lik. lv. the coaches s#'. that Truinhull
Will start the ___-? ngain.-t Yale. hut ne
?,,,,,.,, to-daya work. DrbMeB PM/ed
wltb the aub-tlt-taa, and k itt-l lha Br?
cholce for rtaht ?uard by rlrtua ef wa
?howlnfl aaakMl Dart__outh.
CoolWae, who was ahead of O'lwn fer
richl - fl for awhlle this fail. also was on
the Held. He ls second aubatitufe now,
bul will he a handy player to hnve
around. Harry Gardner, who was not
out yeaterday. waa m his playlafl cletke*
bul "'H-i no work. Oardner waa kandled
rouflbly ln the Darta-outb game. and he
bu doai bo much bard work Ibla vear
thal the -eaehefl think he is aaaarrttm ol
a rest Hesides, Preedley nnd Bradley
both need the praetlea
II. Hardwick was missing &-_! thfl
line-up tbla efteraooa, Hfl waa oa tha
fleld, bul dld n"t plav Ofl account of a
"POOCh" Dunovan would not
allow him to get into thfl scrimmage.
tooh Hardwick- ptaea at left
| ? k. and. Bfl usuai. WOTkOd BmOOth
ly wlth Brickley and WendelL Bradlee
. n the first BUbetltuti for all tne
1 men this year.
The tackles and guards who will not
.,. M NflW ilav.n on Thursday will hav
? workoul ln the Stadlum, bul Ofl
Friday nothlng will he done except a
signal drill at NflW Ixindon, where all the
will congregate. Harvard feell
that lt has a.splendld rhanee to win this
y. ar fi.mi Yale, but ls far from over
confklent No one here ls offerlng odds
on Harvard. and the New Haven m-n
em willing to het at even money.
Ha,,,. Corbett was with the -OaChefl to?
day helping B-MMtb OUI the work of tka
PENN PUTS VIM IN DRILL
'Varsity Begins Preparing for
Last Game of Season.
[By T'legraph to The Trl.ur..-. 1
I'hiladelphla, Nov. l..-The Cnlverslty
Of Pennsylvanla football team started this
afternoon to prepare for the game with
Cornell on Thanksgiving Day, and they
begaa their signal drill wlth even ?r?ater
vigor than they have shown ln any con
ti Bl this season.
The Quakers". after a long kicking prac?
tlce, punt runnlng and general all around
work, Ilned up against the scrub for a
hrief Bflft?a-MflO, and although the work
was not hard, the 'varsity had no dlf
ficulty ln gaining as th?-y pleased OrifTith
replaced Wilson at taekle and Journeay
played guaid, positiona both are lik, ly
to play in the Cornell game, as Andy
Smlth thinks thla will strengthen the line.
CORNELL NOT CONFIDENT
Butler Practises Kicking?Men
Expect Much Hard Work.
[By Telegraph to The Trlbune.]
Ithaca, N. Y., Nov. 19.-Whlle moat 01
the men who played agalnst Mlchigan
last .Saturday were taklng a rest this
afternoon. Captflla Kddle Butler sp. nt
his tlme trying to Improve his goal klck
ii g, which has not been up to the stand?
ard of other years. .Should ht- be BMe to
bring his footwork around into form the
prospects of Cornell endlng her football
season wlth a Jlourish would materlally
brifktea, for, despite the good work bfl
Ferry Fleld last Saturday, the BflWfl
whlch eame from Phlladelphla to the ef
feet that Tennsylvania had d-feated the
Indians took much of the confldence out
of the coaches and the Cornell team.
Huthr's kicking Last year could be de
pended upon when he was wlthln the 40
yard Une, and he has been known to make
goals from mldfield.
i>r. Sharpe said this afternoon befor*
goitig to the fleld that he intended to give
I the men the hardest klnd of work from
i now untll Thansglving Day. To aid him
i la this work he will have tho use of
Comen'a strong freshman team untll Sat
! urday. when the youngstcrs will journey
i to Phlladelphla to try their powera on
the Quuker cuba.
1'nderhill. the fullback, who has been
out of the game for over a month on ac?
count of Injurleti suHalned early ln the
BOaoea, wafl on the fleld to-day. He is
a poweiful player, but whether he can
get Ifl condltlon is open to question.
Should he be able to do thla, Cornell
WOUld have tho beneflt of the servlces of
three good fullbacks, "Granny" Mlller,
Cnderhlll and Hlll.
Frltz also was on the fleld this after?
noon llmbirlng up after his week of rest.
but the same qviestlon ia to be applled
to his case. for he will be laborlng under
dtfftcultles ln attemptlng to show better
wrrk than Bennett.
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ELEVEN AT QUARTERBACK.
CAFTAIN BACON, OF THE WESLEYAN TEAM.
Wesleyan Men Celebrate
Victories on the Gridiron
Captain Bacon a Candidate
for Quarterback on the
? B T? lagrai h '
Wddleto?o, Conn , N"<
of th.- Weakij an football
has Incliiii.il -.i. t...i I
BOWdOln anl Tritiity. ?
nlKht hy tha undergr id lal
band the Btudent body pa
the town. and then i
campus, wberi a n
ttgbted. gpeei !>"s *'?? i ''?' !'' rit
Shanklin, Captaln Bacon and Jaka H
the h~-jid eoach.
While tha fim araa al H ome
of the m<>r. enthualaatlc
set flre to tbe bleachi ra. whli h orai tlcally
The Weeteyan reeord tbla reai la
victories and two defeal : by
Yale and Wttttama Tt- "ere
over Brown at T to ?; Bowdoin. 1 I
Tufts. 14 to 0; Norwli :-.. I to 0 N< a 1 orfc
rnive-isit;. M lo I <" 3- aikl
Tririity. U tO 0. WtiBlej '? IU
polnta to opponentfl *T?, in. i?i. ntally betna
one of the few teeuna te Yale
GRAVES BACK ON FIELD
Army Puts In Good Days Work
on Return of Head Coach.
West I'oitt. tt. v. N"v II Tbe return
nf Captaln Oravea the head coach, to the
foothaii ? i to Insplre the
with ne* iir.- and daah, aitb the reaoli
that to-day's BCrtmmagl ed the
hest off.-nslve work tbe Arw ?' I
shown. Two ? na, a " il from the
fleld and a safety were reglatered
the scrub, whl'h ' ? I I
Aii th<- rea epl H laton and
Rowley wera oul to-dajr. The i
gave the iih<- men n lenghty dtiii ln de*
fen-ive work, und Prlchard, Hobba and
llocker were taken in band by Dean,
the Arnn'- |raal pwnt.-r of a >>.u BgO
and were pat through*a ball bour"a wort
The boaora >>t tha aciiaamaga wenl to
Kejraa The uttle halfbaek pluagad
through a atrong aerub llna for a I
down early in tbe piajr, aad later, ataad*
Injr on hls 4!-\ar.l Une, ktefced fl I
goal. BaaMdlet'a edfeaalri play i
eeuraglagi ba carrying the ball forty
yards ln two ptaya aad regtaterlng the
Army's aacond touebdowa. Krapf waa
thrown behind thr- scr-ib Une fOT "
WoytAtt araa aaad again ta
guard, and lt lOOkfl a* ii' ba bai MBO to
I'ackard waa al ?. <'f tha teck
tlona to-day, ln Rowle***! plaea Ha la
heavy and BggreefltTe and wlll BO doaM
make a good auhatltuta McDennott ran
the scrub team froni .juart. r to-day la
place of Lk>,'. QMeeple *:"t back la th.*
game at rUht and Bnd M.'Tlllat WBfl In
at tlie other wlnr,' po*-ltlon.
PUTS ON FINAL TOUCHES
Olcott Drills N. Y. U. for Last
Game of the Season.
Olcott ia puttlng the flnal tOWChea On I
the New York l nivcri-.ity team. In pr.-p- '
aratU.n for tlu- Aanapolla Kaftie- e.n Sat- I
urday, which wiii wmd up th.- i- I
for the team. Tha victe.ry orer Rhoda
Island State last Saturday has put .i
new splrit ln tlie team, and as tba Navy
has proved rather w.-ak this BeBOOa th.i
men are contldent.
Olcott triec. out ;i new comhinatinn lii
the backfleld in the last gaUM, whlch
proved lo be the b.-st Bttach for the
'varsity thi* s.-a--..n, plavint McOerrootl
at full and Miller ,md Baldle at balvee.
lt la probable that this trlo wlll atart
the gam>- ..n Baturday. Before the regu
lar scrimmage. Wlth tbe BOTUb, tlu. 'var?
sity went through a thurough drlll In
signais yeeterday afternoon. During the
practice Wlener t.-eek the ball down t<.
th?- .-n.i nf the fleld and abowad up rary
well In dr.ip ki.-king.
Tha 'varsity th,-n lined up agalnat tha |
scrub for a stiff scrimm i?e. The Una
Bbewed its <<id Btreagth, and the scrub ,
was unahle to gain ground, altkoUBb tl
coaches used one of th>- regular backa to
test the strength of th. 'varatty line.
Kaplln was in BJEaln ut ijuartt-r in plaoe
of Huntly, and show, d up weU. H>- ran
the team In the last ganu-. nnd. deeplt<
hls si/e, played a r> murkiitil. fame ln
Huntly's absence, he will call Eignala on
B han prOVed his right to
rank among ti ? o, uferbaeki of the
... ,v,]. .,:.: . ?: . t-, t,? a ? Bfldldata far
,, honora. Tha -i" ? aaa ef the
? ? due largely t< hll sterllng
ty aa fleld general, daahlaa runner ln
... , -. i Bad dreft-kicker.
It il from the th ld by drop
klck which g iv- W<aleyaa thfl Brat acore
t Tal a. I M, when tba team was
. i?;. ? t . ., i vfoddrow wii
i ,f ? ? iteen touehdowaa mada by
? this yi-nr BflCOB BOOred s.ven.
?round ui Bareer ba the grid
f | polnM in the 14
? >;. over Trlnlty. i>ne of theae
n ra ma '?? oa i J. yard run
eftei ' ??? - ;i i'Ufit. ln whli h he
I wa] f ro |_ the Trlnlty play
:. ! 'Hobey" Haker.
EUSTIS WESLEYAN CAPTAIN.
town, ' i'm, , Ni>v Ifl.- Bdwla M
I Nea >i'rk, w.Ls flleeted oae
of tha VFeateyaa UnlTeralty toetball
I. >iii- playi I a ur game at rlght end
this leaeon He prepared for IVealeyan
nt tba New tarh Milltary Academy,
whei ?! fullback, and wm cap*
:? no ln his aenlor year.
NAVY BEGINS SECRET DRILL
'Varsity Tries Out Plays To Be
Used Against the Army.
. .: . to Thi Tribufla j
Nd H Bl ? r. t |,r:i< tl< e fi.r
I i began at the Naval
Academj ims afteraooa. IPtth the im
provemeal of the Bojuad, ehlch bai been
; witi.in the i.i.nt week, Um
think thal it i? time to baslfl M
i ol tha -i'i ? Ial playa thai wfll ba
oa f he Ai my elo.ea.
Tha drUl wai beM on thfl -ld fleld.
which i "i???? ' ? >11v? nl. ntly situat, d to l.e
fi im fi,- puklta K-izc TbeN k
general Bratlflcatloa over tba iBBpreee
meat la tha phyalcal coadIttoa <>f the aaea,
is thi I ackw.u,ln. s af tl"" t'-ani ls large
-,! tO fhelr past poor form. Tnls
i- parth-ulai la ti Bfl ni lhe members of tbfl
two uppei clai ca, aha were aa Um bat
tleflblp fleet durlag tbe Buauaer, Most of
thfl nn ii wen far below the n.i.mai iu
.Mi-ht and Btreaath whea they returned
from th* crutfle.
Tha Incrflaaa hi welght of some of tho
haa I" 'ti notuble. Browfl and
HoWfl, tin giiatii.i, now wi-lgh aM, pounds
each, whlle Hill, who did so well at
taehle oa Baturday, welflki 1% pounds.
Mi^st Of the plai e.< on the llrst IflflM are
aow rather aell aattled, imi Wniker and
Perry Blfl havlng a hard flght for tho
i ? iilii" poflltloo.
It ls also likely that NieholN or Mlles
will i" in tke auarMrbaeb position for a
portlOfl of the Army game, an Captain
R< ,1- is just now nufferlng from a badly
FOREIGN RIDERS SIGNED
Oscar Egg, Who Broke a Rec?
ord, Coming to the Garden.
Vietor Breyer, tka forelgn repraaant'
BtfVfl of the Qardaa Athletlc Club, ca
bled yeatirday tbal Maurloa Breeooa of
Italy; 4)ecar l)gg, of France, and Mar
cel Berthet, one of the best of the French
Bllddla dlstance rld'-rs, have been signed
to 00?ipeM in the slx day race ln Madl
Boa Bfluara Qardaa the weak haajtnnlm
December -. Andre Pertchlcot, the na
tii'iial short dlstatic" champlon of France,
Wko has beea ln this country slnce Aug
ust. also signed yesterday to take part
ln the hlg race.
Kgg, flrhfl rectntly broke the one-hour
bi paeed record, will team with Pertchl
mt, and Broeaa and berthet will double
up. The latter are experi.nced slx day
I Ifllfl The Italian took part In the New
York race last year and his aensatlonal
work was the attractlon tt the week.
bflDJ has never been ln a slx day raco,
hut his ablllty as a long dlstance rider
should make him a strong contender.
Pertab-OO. flaMbed second to Root In
the recent Toronto race and In Boston
h?- wafl even wlth the leader* wh?-n a bad
splll put hlm out three hours before the
ilnlsh. Ia the world's champlonshlp this
year Pertrhlcot finished third to Frank
Kramer and Alfred lirer.da.
Onetime Cue Wizard no Maich
for Calvin Demarest.
TOURNAMENT NEARING ENO
Victor/ of Slosson Opens Way
to Three-Handed Tie
for the Title.
Catvln Qemareet, the fenaer amateur
bllllard .-ham[ilon, wound up his strlng
tn tiu- prefeaaaoael teuraeinent foi tha
IU baik line champtonenlp ot th.* world,
at the matlnee match yeeterday in tli"
Hotel Astor wlth a victory >>v.-r Oe-ur^.
Sutton by a score of ?"'*> points t" Ut.
Two inatche-s w. re played in tli.* B~< ''
itnr. Qeerga siosson beatlng Harry Cllna
by a ^-or,- of M polnta t.i tM and Kodjl
Yamada d.-leatlng Al Taylor by a s. ur.
of V? to "T7.J. Tbe victory of Sl" BOU I" BB
the way te, a three-.-orti.-r< d ti?'. it' Ora
Mornlngstar h.-ats Willl.- Hoppe in tiie
tin.il match of th'- UI lalklin.- Mlllard
ehanptonahlp tournament thla ?
lf Hoppe wins he win capture the tltle,
which he prevloush held, Wltll Sl.-- n
s.-.-ond. fn thnt caae, Mortilngatar an.l
Yamadn an- tled for third place.
Slosson we>n witli an BVVTaga iif M4**fl
and high runs of 111, B an.l 71 I iin.'s
average wa.s IST-tt, wlth runa .'f IX M
aad M. ii- ti'-s with Calvtn Demareal
for fifth place, as each BM \'<'ii three
gatiu-s aad loet four In tb" lerlea
ln a tiie-asnie tiu- VlctOI*) eif I >?
ever gutton waa expected becauaa of tiu
|l!ii"ss rn' th- lntt> i xi i-i led
the youth, who captured tbi amateur
boaora for two bug bbItb acaeona, to ain
by so a*Me a margln ua tM polnta to Ita).
Furtbi i ti.-.r.. Demareal moved up hla ev*
< r; h'- tn '.':; 17:1 an.l be eloaed tn- match
with ur, unttnlabed mn of 12. whleh htdd
the crowd apellbound becei ia "f the dea*
te rlty v.ith arbleb he coutrotted tha
ivorles. Hla other high runs wet
S'lti'in siiowed only a BbadOW "f hi**
skiii an,] f,ii tu an average "f ?-*, whlla
hla heat rms were B>, 17 an.l 11.
it so happeaed thal tbe condltlona were
eaailjr th.- beat that bava prevalled foi
a meWnea aeaeloa at tha tabie. Tb" room
was wurm and the rolllng globaa tt BV*
alled tmiy from ti.? euehlona On hla
third turn at th<- laMe Demareal ?
to play th*> Ivorlaa ln eloei fOnnatlon
ii.- found them reaponaive lo hli
and nt Onea worked OUl a pretty run of
12. Hls next itiiiing was prodttctlve of
..!, Demareal boldlng th.i-.: to tho
Bbort ruii awtaglng dalnty ahota Into the
?'iii-is as he led them t" and fi".
_*ncouraged hv tus auccaea Demareet
continued hla nuratng. No leea than ntne
double llgur" runs fell tt, uis portloo and
ha had only "iu- ttnremuneratlve Innlng
IB hls strnig. Coming ?o the ta
what piWVed to I .- the- last tlma l'?
bagaa from an attraettva leavt ln ona
of the ooraera at tiu- head "i the table
Wlth a tOUeh that was detlcate and
sniooth he eeuated to 111, only movlng
[tha gi'.i.-s a few Inehea At tha nexi
ahet i" araa compelled t.e n.ak.. the onl.
drtva nf th- run nf i-*". wltli whleb bo
l.ri.ught hls strlng to a eloee, Tl.
few shots wer.- i trttla BCattered, buteach
one Demareet aolved by .? Bbort ouahlon
Buttea was i-otni'iot.-iy rratplajred
the cluster of 4"" counted in hls nlnotoonth
Innlng was a mlxtur'.- of open MlUarda
win- brlef Mta "f nursing. a- lt eeei
hnpoealhla for him to malntain poaltlon.
S|eeS-<een W HS fBCOd Wltll p?T|'l' I -
problema rlgbl from Ibe ataii "f hla
strlng On his aeeoud turn at th" table
he plcked off t-*n ahota, ? h.-i wlth tho
Ivorlaa apread n> tbe full llmlt of th..
teMe. Cllne, although exeeuting uneven*
lv and more by slishing OUahlon Oarroma
than by balk Un-. Bteadll] OTOW ..!:?
The 'irst tweaty Lnnlnga were tedloua
und -e. poverty atrlcken of reaulta that lt
became a .ueetlon a.- to whlch would
ooaa ti"- Ivortea Into poaltlon flrat and -??
forge int" ib.- lead ertth aome ebowlng of
Bloeeon wea th>- iir*.t to work a reooverjr,
although in a meaaure ha appeared In
Bptred by Cllne, who had begua t" aaaem*
li.- th- nu.rk ln tbe run ii" went ?
t<, ni. ano then. ln att< mptlm
along th>- flhert raii he mlaaad aad n l
This plaead Bloeaon ln tha lead for tbe
Brat um.-, aad he nevei again rellnaulebed
Tho real feature of gloaBOB'a CUe v.ork,
however, eaaM at tiu- aad ot rtta -u.ng.
ii.- put togetber ?? auMtarful t>tt <?! eloee
? i.inpilatliin oii hla thirtl.th turn at tl>.
tabi". whleh taltted 7i when ha ag.nn
iiin-s.-l nn - mass''-.
AFTKI'M " ?N '.AME
Daiaraal (whit- ball)?t. L B, ?? **? BL
ia -j. ... i. aa, .?". i ml ". ia, i. i. ... t".
i_n. "ni_i, aaa potata Bveraa** 231721.
iilgh runi. 120, lil ami M. __._,_
Sutton upot ball) i. -'. I, l". '? 8- ?- "? -?
0 7 47, 11 11. '?. 1. I. i. BB, -' Total. IBO
polnta iivrinK" ?: hlgh maa ag, 17 an.i lt
Beferoo Taaaaaa i Oallagher.
Tamada <--i*t<' bbID A tX M. *, r>. o. a,
,;i | | B 42, M -'?*? *\ l. 72. IB. ... IB: total
Boa petate; g-.*?.-.-, 2."., uuu raaa aa 72 aad
Tnylor iipot t.ali) 7. 4. 21), ". A j, 0 4. <L
.'.4 IB 0. ft .12 2. 12. ?. O, 2.. t.UHl. '.,.
-..'( 'a averaife. 14 7 IH. Iil_li runx, 54, 42 .ui'l
Ri-feroe- ThointJ- J. Oallaghel
Bloaaon lapot t*alli- o. 10, 10, fl, 17. 9, 1, ,
1 .. 1 4. 27. 2 4. C7, 0. .-.??, 1 B, fl h. 111 1,
:\ ??' o ft *h. 71, 7.i. total, BOO polnta; awi
?aa, 1*1 Blj hl-fh runa. 111 .'?) BBd 71.
CMaa i.-tiite- bain _.v _. i". It J, i. 0, <>,
| I l 12 B, A " '?"? '-? '?'.. af. I. I'.. 4. 14, 2.
o' 23 1 11. 22. 3. lf; total. ?<'"?' POlntB; I ''
u'gr. tl 27 .11 . hlsh runu. *, M BBd K
Hetviee Alb.-rt (J futler.
KEEN FOR BIG TRACK MEET
English University Athletes May
Visit This Country.
I*ondon, Nov. 19.? The preBPOCta of an
lnlernutlonal university atlil.-tic meetlng
next Bumnter tu Ainerlca linv-e- baoome
brlghter. The athletes of Oxford an.l
Cambrldg-* unlversltles are largely in
fUVOT of surh a oonteat.
NothttiK deflnlte wlll be ilone in the
matter untll the proposal conie.s fornially
before the I'ambrl.lae I'nlversltv Ath?
letlc Club and the Oxford University A?h
letlc Club The k.-.-miess of the athlet.-s
at the BBgt-eh unlversltles. how.-ver, ls
Biif-h that lt is betteved tho authorltles
will brlna the aeheme of nnother contest
wlth the athletes of Harvard and Yale to
In caae of Oxford decllnir.g to partlcl
pate, lt Is llkely that CambrMga wlll ^*-n.l
a team to oppor. the comblned t.-auis nf
Harvard and Yale.
M'KINNION OUTPOINT3 MADDEN,
Hlll McKinnlon, the Boston liKht baavjr*
welght, ha.l aomewhat the better of Hart?
ley Mad.len, a niKKed boxer from Jersey
City, In ten furlous rounds at Brown's
Qymnastum last nlKht. M.-Kinnlon w.is a
little better than hls man ln every .1.
partaaeat of the game and at th,- aad
had a rlear lead on points. At tlmen. how?
ever, Madden fought llke one peoaaaOOd,
iiii'l .liove the Boston man ba.k across
the rlng before a atorm of punches. But
his spaamo'llc rallles, howevor aensatlonal,
falled le overcome the lead whleh McKlB*
nlon'a cool, aystematlc boxlng plled up.
Standing of the
Ffnpp.. 5 t
Morningstar .. 4 2
ttttttt. | "
4 im ?'. i. I -i
Ilemareit. II I
4 line. :t ?
?4nt?i>n . I *
Tayior. 1 6
French Title Holder to Meel
Reddy at Fairmont Club.
BOTH MEN ARE CONFIDENT
Wurst and "Gunboat" Smith
Also on the Card to Go
. Chartoa FjoBo-Wi ot Pranee, who is? rec
ognlaed la franci and Englaad ia the
. bantaaawfllshl ehamptoa of ti-" world. will
make hla Hrel appearaaea berfl when he
facea "BatUlng" Reddy, of HarMaa, in
B ten-round bOUl at the Fairmont Ath
leUc Club, of Tne Bronx, to-night. No
conteat baa arou ad nori general mtereet
.,i ... .. boxlng BatbuetaaM of MM than
ra< etlna of tha Uttle fflUowe
can ba no doubl ol Le loux'i -_*-?
Ity. Btenley, Um BrltMb cbampton, whom
Ledoufl boal ln a few roui di al Dleppe,
recenUy boxed with freal aaeeaai In tbki
country, ae auci?fully, lu fact, tbal
Johnny Ooulotl ivtus.-l to nn-ef him for
tba cbamptonahlp of the world, although
oflen I f o wel-b i lf pouadfl, rinfl
?Ide Ladoux, houeeer, had bo trouble in
beeUna Stanley at B-ery ataeja of their
? j bopei lo d !'? al Ri Uy n de
elalvely to-nlght Uial Johnny Coulon, "KW"
millama and all tha refli wll altker baee
to n ?" I him "i pMj d id
Ledoux mabea bo pretenoe al hdng a
| oi Me ti a Bfhter after the
.. of tha famoua Terry McOovern,
- all the hlttlna ahlilty and natural
, i . Brooklyfl terror.
I,. ! , -,-,;.,. || . ???An whirlwlnd at?
tack, and, whlle be k rather open to the
attack ol i good Ii ft bend, Hfl has the
I | . to ataad up undi r pu__ah_ai nt,
ond in hla tralnlng bouM he has shown
thnt h<- haa power ln elther glore.
is not a ehemploi. by any means,
i-,. |i joat the typi of boxer who win
I all sorts of troubia for any ot:e.
I on his feet, flrtth a good left
! hand. and ran iilt fa'rly hard He is BU
?i otnUng ladoux,
' ? . feela that bJa apeed aill aaabki blm
eep oui of the latter- path. while his
left hatui leeda plle ip the point..
Tha other Ma-round eoateat ai?o attract
tteatlon la thal betweea Chariey
v.'u-at aml "Quaboat" Bndth. Waaai k
Indnnatl, and not the worat tlghter
ln the city. by any nn-ar.s. ln fact, hfl
?ii win from Smlth.
Whlle Lodoox and m* oppooeat ?ro.
. Brgulng their little dlfferenea al tne patr
? Club, _ohi oy Coulon, the rflooflntoari
champlon <>f Amerlca, wIM taea Um ret
i .-ran. Chariey OoWmah, of Broohlyn, wbo
1 ha.s loag clamored for a ehaaoa M BBflol
him ln a battle fur the title, in a t.-n
round eont-Bl at the Etoyala _____*-_
Club of Brooklyn.
\i Blbberafl announeea to tha world at
ig-gl ? ,- bl n und. ; bk man
, ,eni "Toung" Qradwell, ? llgktwelahl
,.' Mow Jeraay, who :: anxioua to m-et
Willte Beecher, "Ona Round" Boeaa "r
Ed Ui Ifahoa, maaa -
thi Bmplrfl Athletlc Club have offered
A,; \\'oi?.i>t a guaranteed purae of ?
with thi privl ? ' flpUaa ?'
? Iptfl, to m et 1.
Croaa, tba Eaai ghtwebght, ln i
ten-round boul al the Bmplrfl Athletlc
?oma tlma ln Deeember. Ctoob has
ly BCCepted the terms of the club,
., to dati v, olgaal Ir*an rved a
FORDHAM LOSES SIX MEN
Half the 'Varsity Banned from
Game by Faculty.
iiinchciiff. Darttng, IfcNally, Hayea, '/?
lleCartby and ICulvey, Of the Fordham
football team, wer< dedared hMtlglhto,
... of deflclency In atudlefl, at the
monthly meeting ol thi faculty reatflrday
Tha *ix men wlU ba under Um han for Um
next two \>. i ah -.
League Arranges Series of
Games for the Four Teams.
with only four loama to parUetpaM in
hamplonahlp touraament, UM A___?
t.-'ir Hoekei Leeaue'i aobeduli rotnmlllefli
which met Met night at tin- St. Ntobolal
Rlnk, bad boom dlfflculty ln arranalnB a
Ust of gflmafl tor tba fofth-onatng Baaaoa.
Tbi Keu forb AthlbU- Club and the
u/andarara hTookey Club dedded not to
put then loamfl in ' otiipt-titioti.
Tka committee, conaMUag of Me.sra
\iiii Bermuth, Martln, CfBrien and i->e
i "a.-ar.ov a. at lir>t COOaidered tin- adv__B
bllity of forming a two-round aohedule,
bul thla aould bardly give the teema
gamefl enough to tin out a Beaaon, ?o u
triple round, beginning on Januarv 7, wai
de fldod on.
Thi -c'.ieilule follows:
nnflT roi pro.
TnMday, Jan 7 Boebey 4"iub va. st. MtflMMa,
l-!iT.i\. Jan 10?CraaOBBt A. C, va. Irish
Ami-rhaii A i'.
Monday, Jan. M ?Hochfly Clflb tb. iri.?h-Amer
i. ,ui A. i'
Wfl-Mfldajr, Jan. II St. Nloholaa vs. Crescent
Tueaday, Jun. _1?St. Mcholas vs. Iri.th Amer
|l BB A C
in i.. Jan. _*?Creaceat A. C. vb. Hockey
BBCOND Roi ND.
Tueaday, Jan tt Hoebey Ctab va st. Wlob
Kililuv. ,l..n ."Sl -Crescent A. C. vs. Irlsh
Amflrlcaa a. ?'.
M ..!".. I'fi 'I Hockey Club vs. IrUh-Amer
lc_a a. i".
W. .n.'udav, Feb. 6?Crescont A. C. va 8t.
ni. holaa. -
Tueaday, Pab. I_?flt, warbolaa et, Irish-Amer
loaa a. C.
ltl'iv, Pflb. 1.?Creseent A. C. vj. Hockey
T-Bfldfly, F. h. Ig Ifuabflp ?"lub v?. St. Nleh
Kriiiiu. Peb, -l Craaoaal a. c. vs. i.ish
Anerieaa a. C
Monday, Pflb. -4?Hockey Chib vs. Irlsh-An.er
lian \ C
W-dnflBdar, Feti. M?at Mcholas va. Crescent
Tuesday. March 4 g_ N_Bbfl__ vs. Iriah
Imarlraa a. C
Fn.l.i . March 7 Craeoaat A. ?'. vs. Hockev
Club, t '
Rome - EXCELSIOR - Naples
(Riti-Carltan tiatelt and Retteurent Bnua)
Amarican Luxury ,t Comtort. Baat Laettiee.
AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT.
PACgCARD llmouslnea. new cara. for monthly
aervice; special to theatre or opera wlth
privllegft of atopping on? hour for a'upp.r.
Jlii. ldrgi"-! rentf-rs of 1'iickard cara In Naw
York. l'll.NE, PLAZA _loa
AUTO NEWS OF IHE DU!
Prominent Men of the Industry
in New Insurance Company.
NOVEL POLICIES PLANNED
Dealers to Meet To-day to Form
New Organization to Boost
Some* of the most prominent men la
the MtoaUrbtle industry ar? on tha
boarei of dlrectora of ? new tt.otgjpM
eorporatlon juwt orjranlzed for the pur
po?e of auppljring motor e.ir and u-rttrji
insurance. - The company la or-tan'K**
under the laws of th.> St;, t. ,.f \-e1r
Veirk, an.l the -harter w;i-< obtalned Ihc
than two weeha ago. Two chartera. ln
ta.'t, have been granted, <>n.> -overinr
th" National Motor Indemnity ?'orpon
tlon and the- other th.- .Vatlooal Motor
The indemnity corporation is for th?
purpose nf Ineortng motor cara ajtainat
loea "i- damagO, Iir ludinj* c.ine*, where
tha owner i.,; te blame for thi -iccident,
and generally t" Inaure motor vphielM
in every form in Whleh thej* are now in.
aured, except asainst lOBfl or dama-feabr
Bre. The charter, however, does not
llmlt tlie scope of operatlona to motor
car insurance. This company is capital.
laad at |_00,n.)0, in aharea "f |1M e-aeh.
The insurance eorporatlon wlll inaur*
motor cara agalaet Bre, <?>.;.]o?ion. ?**.,
and other property agalnat fire, llght
niiiK an.i damage from water?in other
frorda, to earry aa b general InauraMi
business. Its capital la KOO.aag, ln
Bharea of llOO each. Both re.rporation.
will he under the same control and wllt
have the sanu* OfROOTa and boerda of di*
One ot" the aovel objecta of tbe eom
p.-iny is to aell policies to car ownaraai
the time the cara nre sold. niuch as ai*.
eeooortea ara sold. it has been ?vhtm
sie-.iiiv remarhed in oonnectlon wlth th?
new venture that an Insurance policy
BM) come to ba a part of the regulux
equipment of motor cara Dealera wlll
11 tne nie.st aetlve ageata ol tba eaaa
Wllliftm H. Hotchhlea formerly New
V-irk State Buperlnlendent of Ina'iraBM
and Bt one tlma preeldent ol tl .-.m.ri
.-an Automoblle Aeao latloi
ed the preeldency of the ?
tion. Among the dlrectora ?? ,VIIIIb__.
!' Ifetager. oi the Flandera Mo
Compani Huth Chalmera, nreaident at
the Chalmera Company, ..nd Itoy 1). '"ha
pln, president of tlu- HUdaon MOtOf i'ar
A c.ll has Leen IBaued for a meetlng
Of tn iter '!? aleis al ,: ~t at ?
,,?< lock this .'ift'-t:
zation for the proeaotlon ?-' ra i meeta,
hill e-iimhs. road eompetltlona and other
kinds of motorlnsa. tivity that wlll seryt
to keep the automoblle ln the publlc
eve it ls pl-inned to I
pany "f 110,000, thla an - relaae
by tbe aale of aharea al *
WOMEN'S CHESS TOURNEY
Plans Made for Series of Inter
Deflalta atepa a ara taka ? '?
ternoon at the annual meetlng "f thf
W'.iman's i'l. -
in the parlora of the ifi.tcl Martha
: tVaeblngtoo, to Intereat
ti..- leading women'a i atar*
rolleglate tournament for ???htch the di
rectora ef the olub Bave autbori
use of the tttabrooaaa In tha apriag.
Ifoei llkely the oongreaa arlll tak*
place durlng tha Eaeter bolldaya it t?
heped le ".-et into line for thla |
?ueh Inetltutlona ??-' Barnerd, Bryn Mawr.
. Bmlth, W ??'? ? tlt ?.
oke nnd tha Baga Collega at C
At tha ann**-1 bnalBi
terday the followlng of ,h*
Woman'a Cheea Club a
EltBB Campbell "OOt, Mrs. WllllB
dOB Ver; lan.k. Mlss M.-iy 1". I >rake. MlM
Pauleenn, Mme. C. ?eei Van Hdaan
Mrs. C E. Nlxdorn*, Ura
siade, Mis.- ? Boeaara Ualnea aad Mi*-*
[aabel H Hardy.
The followlng oflWrs were thaa ele>*t
od: Miss Bltaa Campbell Foot, praa*
dent. Mrs. Qeorga Blade, \i
ICIaa B. Boaaere ITalnefl y. and
Mn, \\'i'.llain ' l" loa I ? *? treaa?
The club |a now nin.-t MM 11 UU o'.d and
has upward of lorty mef-bare.
WESLEYAN EASKETBALL DATES
[Bj ti legrapa te'The 1 ?aal
Midulelown, t'cnii, N'ov. II -The Wee
l.yun basketball achedule a is aaaeeaaai
te.-ei.iy as follows:
Jeauan :. fale al Kea Haven; ta*
arv n. Khode laland Btate, Mlddletown.
January 17. New York I'niveralty, wew
Y..rk; Januarv IS, Army, V\ eal
February 7. New Hampshire- 81
dletown; February 12, Syrai
town February 15. Wllllama, WI
town; February lt, l>artm"uth. Matdle
town; F.'bru.'iry 11, Waahlni I*""".
I Mlddletoarn; rebruarj S, l^rtnioota
I rlaoover: Mar-h 1. Wllllams. Middletowti;
March i, St. Lawreuoe, XI
March 7, Reneaelaer, Troy; -1**-?-:?"? > jj
I Byracuae. Byraeuae: March '-'. '?'. ?*? y
A.. Mid.ilet.jwn. and March 16, K, I. '"-?'
JAMES C. NICH013
Direct Factory Dijtnbutot
1.7:1 Hroadway. /H?0 I oliimbu*.
See our Nen Kedel O, d abla j?'- fr*
clally ad:ipted fur 9 cyllnder wurk at:J l0Di
_trok"> motejrs. ???
i-iii- Kedel L e*.chaiiKf-e1 for >our Bld <**'
bur.-im- ai one-hnlf ren'il.ir pn?*?*. .
Iroprov. the ettl.-len y of jrour >~"-'hJ'r*'ar
sml liiiure ea?y itartlnir in cold weatner bj
the uae of our hot air t>to\ i _.
tDISTKini'TIN't; B lMrORT!N<; CO. !
Paul I.ucrolx. Pr. -
SOLK '.'. I Dl.STHim'TOr.3.
? 1770 HROADWAY (57th st.).
'Phone, lolumbus V* 1 -?''.
All e*ar? boI.I Mo-n.e-.l uneitr I.'. 8. i'atenta._
Automobiia Work of Every Qescrijiuon.
i'ainiiiia. TriamlDt, Topa, ?np "-o.tr*.
Hepairs, etc. -Wind blu*-id-j, Hunii?ra
Woodwe.rk, Metal and Blackerolth '?'-?'''?
MIKIIM, TOP AND KQf IPMKXT Ctt
61H-.-,.-' Wi-.t ,">7th Btreet, No? Vort
'Phoneii -'4~*? anel ".'4H7 Colun'biir
Podien St.in-ij K.-niire.j :.? .t M.-unte^
A.-MAXWELL ItODBL Q, 1 ? '? ..
Tfto pa.**-n?-e i runahout. two bodlea; caa
tie told froni nt-w; ne?da noiliin*.'. '""-'.Jf
road: aaj df-moaatratton; bai
HAIK1>, llronx Oaraae. HUth nt.. Morrl* ?"*?
two oloeke, fi oii. nubwu.. 1.-1. M. lro*o 4<*_?.
HellabMltv and Bervlca have madf tna
automobllaa famoua Tha ianw <*llHllU>*L,,,,*
found in our rrhiult ciirs. ahlcb aro raw
guarant.-ed. We t ike all makea ln traOB
fueil I'ar llept.. 4 West ?*nd St.__.
im; liVE-PAlMENOKK CAR. ?llf-htfj u**1'
uiao new I9li KOAIWTKK al baraaia
W. P MAt.LON. 230 W-.-t .*"4t'i Bt:_?
\l IOMOBII.K AMI AITO TBLt'K W
Wt***} ""'?- V. ML C. A.?Tnrtlvlflual taU
work. Small Shop Claaaea Truok P -??*__
waltlnir. Send for booklou 300 "V-M"* ?'?"
at. 'Phona 7U.0 Col