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m YALE ELEVEN
Coaches Think Team Knows
Plenty of Football but
FINAL WORK AT HARVARD
H-ughton Says He Will Take
a "Bplendid Machine" to
Do Battle with Blue
at Vew Haven.
[?) Telegraph to The Tribune )
New Haven. Nov. 20.-The Yale football
eleven went through an Important prac?
tice to-dav. the latter part of which was
c-pened to the largesl crowd of under
? raduates that ever marched to Yale Fleld
to cheer the team. except when a game
wa* being played. An edltorlal in 'The
News'' *tlrred up the er.tire undergrao.
ate body. and. headed by a band and tbe
iheer leaders, the men showed their falth
and lovalty in the team ln no uncertam
way. Yale probably has not been so
t-nrred ?ince two year* ago over the pros
l>rct of defeat by Hervard.
Th* eoachee have declded that it is too
late to attempt to teach the men any
new fooball ln the way of pla>'? for the
? 'tack or new methods of defence. II
ls feit that if four resldent coaches and
an averag* of Bl* ??hers a day could not
teach men to play football ?n a whole sea
?on It would be hopeless to attempt It the
h-st week. One of the coaches said to
"The material la there. and the knowl
edge is there. The trouble ls the men
don't know the mear.mg of the word
?Yale.' lf they could only get some
fight and spirit and play as we know
they can. there ls nothing in thls country
that could stop them."
That is the general feeling here, and
for thls r-aaon Tom Shevlin and G. Fos
tcr Sanford are worklng hard to Infuse
tome of their own fight and spirit '.n "a
b inch of wooden boobs," as another of
tha coaches expiessed it. The weeks
work practlcally ls being devoted to i<>um
Ing the easy going glant* of the Yale
Haa, and it ls eucceeding.
ln yesterday's practice, and agaln to
day, more fight was shown than at any
lime this year. Each man on the team
ha* been contlnuously "bawled out," and
eaeh has been hearlng thlngs to make Ihe
meekest worm tutn.
As a good lllustration of what the
eoaches are doing, a large newspaper cut
r' < ooney, Ptndleton, Madden, Harbison
? nd Gallauer wae posted ln the dresstug
room. and over lt, in typewrltten let?
ters, appeared tbeee cheertng wordi
"You bunch of overgrown boobs, BOBaa
I ene would think yoa were going to do
j eomething that would be some good."
J.verybody at Yale. from coach to fresh
nian haa rlsen in wrath, and if that team
doe* not come throujfh on Saturday with
all of its abUrty it might as w< II tade
? wny from Yale.
The most Important announcement of
th. day waa the pooalbse disquallrication
cf Loftus, the quarterback, who apgai
entlv woke Yale into action In the closnm'
minutes of play ln the I'rinceton game.
Jiowe told the Trlbune reporter to-nlght
that he has not used Loftus thls week
lecai.se ne is not certain whether he will
be eligible to play because of hls studic s.
iKobody can J-.ternlltM just yet whether
J.oftus will be allowed to play or not and
1 Towe plans to have a conference to-nlen't
with the dean of the college factiliy t<>
_ettle niatterg one wav or the othei.
Howe said Wheelor would statt the
game and Cornell would he next choirc,
with Loftus third. agaln*t Hervard, but it
tnt first two slipped up, as the;. ? d
against Princeton. lt might leaoll la
Loftus playing most of the naitif, so
th-;re was an imperative need of hls scr
The in.iuiy to Castles yesterday was
another blow, and Yale ls anxious that
r.o more t\e. forthcoming.
The secret practice t?-day started with
the usual long signal driil, but Shevlin
and Sanford were soon anxious to ?ct
tnt men at one another. so they could
ehow some of the rlght they want to ap
j.rar against liarvurd. Tlie serlmmace
lasted only twenty minutes, but lt made up
in flercenes* and dash what it lacked in
riuration. The coachea just got the- men
w-armed to the game ln good style and
then called a halt.
Romeisler, Avery, Gallauer and Shel
?ion rested, so that GHe, Carter and Howa
vcre the ends. W. Warren and Talhott
narted at tackles and H. Warren and
W. Baker took their places later. Cwoney
and Pendleton started at guard? and
_\rnold. Read and Hadden also WOra
1 sed. Ketcham and Martlng wee t |
*entr*?, and Wheeler, Dyer and c'ornell
in* quarterback* The flrst backfleid was
.Markle, Spaldlng and Pumpeily. Mcb
Buker. who came to close to running
ihrough the entlre Princeton eleven,
worked as substitute and seems to have
jegained hls old form. lf so he wlll ba
n xaluable man after the Harvard team
hai sllghtly tired. Khnn and Philbin j
Voih had recitatlons and did not appear
? ntit late.
The Yale scrub broke tralning with a
rtinner to-night. at whioh Captaln Spald?
lng, Johnny Mack and one or two of the
< oaches made speeche!-. The work to
anorrow ar.d Friday will he light
I'ambiidge. Mass., Nov _o.-The Hai
?\ard football team held lts flnal acrlm
mage to-day for the Yale game The
gates of the 8tadium were closed untll
after fenjr o'clock, and for an hour the
team put on the flnishlng touches and
had ita laat def?n*ive drill In "dummy"
Kcrimmage Th* work was much ltghter
then on Tuesday. aad, as has been ex
yected, the team has come down to It*
lgat game in flrat clas* condition. Trum
rull played at right guard and Hardwtck
waa back in hls old place behind the
The coaches made up their minds to
dav that it wlll he best to have Trum
?bull gtart the game at New Haven. The
team had played wlth him ln all except
t*o gamcf, and he is quickcr than Dris
coll. if not quite *o strong.
Hardwlck has not entlrely rec overed
Jreirt his cold. but thls afternoon he was
ln me*t of the drill, has place flnally
being taken by Bradlee.
Gardner wai back at quarter and no
?or.cern Is feit about hls condition. al?
though hi* tendeney to hold up the play
ln th* Dartmouth game Is something that
Harvard dee* not wi*h to see repeated
on Yale Flald.
The 'varstty did not try to score by
ru?hing thle afternoon, but Brlckley was
AUTOMOHLEt FOR WENT.
l'Af'KARD llmou*lP*e. new cars. for monthly
? servlce; sp*cl?l to th*atre or opera. wlth
rlvllrg- of stopplng one hour for supp. r.
10; Isigest renters of Parkard c-ais ln New,
""_*. .PHONE. I'LAZA 2100.
CENTRE TRIO OF THE YALE FOOTBALL ELEVEN.
rressed faato aervlce nnd k'ckrd two more
fleld goals, both of them belng from the
Harvard did eonsideraMe arorh with
the forward pass nnd hns several p'.ays
of this order for use at New Haven for
the flrst time. Just hs the 'varslty was
flnlshing its work. the> undergraduntcs,
about 3,'."0 strong, marched to the fleld.
They had their band. and once ln tlie
Btadlum made thinga hum.
The 'varslty and the suhstitutes ran
throuKh their tdays, golng up and dOVTB
the Beld sever.tl tlrn.-s whlle the stu
denta sang their songs and cbeered tba
IndlvJdual playera, tha coacbea and the
Percy Haughton, Lee Laary and Cap
tain Wendell atteaded the masa meetlng
held b> the Btttdenta ln the Harvard
Union to-nlgl t All apoke and Impreaaad
on tha undergraduatefl that the etaven
Haughton ? rer bad oaehod
a more Intelllgeat set of playera, and
that the team would go t? ? New Haven
;i aplendld football machlne ii.- added,
however. just what he atated ? VA
dlnner last night. thal W to
this game is nor justified. and that the
teama ?ill meet on Y.u. Field ? ?
The 'varalty baekl l I gc to
New Haven at N o'clock to-tn
morning and will ba Jolned by tha other
playera in time for signal drlll on Frlday
at Now London.
NAVYWORKSON NEW PLAYS
'Varsity Works Long and Hard
Drill Behind Gates.
[B alea Trlbuneel
Annapolls. Md , NoT. IB Be* :? I ;
was again the rule at the Naval Acaderrj
thla afternoon, the time bcing devoted to
plenty of good, nard football, as well as
to a number of new plays, arblch arlll
I i agatnat tbe krmy eleven Tha
whole team not only aeedl
hard arork to t>t lt itito condltlon by tha
end of next w.-ek. but there are BBVera]
positlons ln the Una arblch an attll open
ami aeveral laadMatea foi each ara Bgbt
inK it out
N'eit; ?: lat kl< iv- ?? ? ually aettled,
though Hall and RahUon bavt
Btrong boldfl on the piacea stiii,
\'aughari, Radaoaa and Latlmora
Blbilltlea Ivalker and Perry an i">th
8trong contendera for centre. Walkei
has ii. axperli bi i I ut Perry la
heavicr end l.as BBOWn much n
Bai rlng aceldeot, tha gemei
ol tba backnekl is alnv to be:
Quarterback, CaptaJa H. ! ilfbacne,
Laonard and afeReavi . H
However, Captaln Rod
? n ahla to pi-iy through man
whole games this yat, and there U
ul having good BUbetitutee.
NlchOlla ano Mtlea are belng glven much
attention ln this eonnectlon, while tha
baal l.idfhack Bubetltutea are Leonard,
Cook, Alezaader and Batea
BROWN TROUNCES SCRUB
Scores Three Touchdowns in
Talaprapk le Tl a Trlba
I'lovi-Jcnce. Nov. M -Brown's var-ity
football eleven scored three tlmea on the
aaoond Btrfng team in a smashlng BOrtaH
BBBBMI to-day, but the BBrtth pm one over
on the regulara'wheri bfeteaJf interc. pted
8 forward paaa, and. gettlng B good run
down th<? field, acored after another peaa
Tbe men went through a lona. bard
(iti;!. lasung from '.MM ln the afternoon
untll d.-ti-k. Jake Hlgh, last year'a atar
fullback and this season tba IVeeleyan
ooach, was on tbe bill and assisted Rob
Ineon, Pryor and IfcKay to put the play?
era through their pacea Henry and Cap?
taln Aahbaugh practlaed drop klcking for
a tlme, with indlfferent success, and after
that there was a brlak signal drill, in
which the plays intended for the Indlans
\>,ere gone through rapidly. Then eame
tha long, gruelllng acrlmmage. The
Ooacbai interchanged their chargea a good
deal. working out a regular ln his posl?
tlon for a tlme and then replai-ing hlm
witji a aecond atrlng man.
Captaln Aahbaugh did not play, but
place at quarter during tha latter part
of the drlll. and Staff substltuted for
watched the work from tha side llnes.
Mcl>aughllii was in at right end fOT the
husky Teader most of tba play. BfeteaJf
alternated with Tenney at left half. and
Andrewa and I.angdon divided ihe time
at ieft end. Mofcean took ( rowther's
Mltchell at centre part of the time.
RIDERS COME CROPPERS
Spills Galore at Meeting of
Watchung Hunt Club.
|Hi Telegraph to The Trlbune. 1
riainfleld. If. J.. Nov. 20.-There were
numeroua cioppera in the chase of the
Watchung Hunt Club to-day, and while
many matted only a few flnished the
fourteen-mile run Among those who
fell were Miss Marjorie Hana, Miss Mar
garet Montgomery, of New York, and
1-' I>. I'rench, whlle .1 Schuylet I'asev.
riding l-'oxey l-'oot. had B had fall and
waa unconscious for twenty niinutes
His in.hiries were not serious and he re?
turned lo New York later. Jesse Met
calf. of New York. also went off and loat
The hounds were thrown In on the
TletS farm, at Watchung Hllla, and after
crosalne numeroua farms mada a rheck
on the Lamberl farm The second check
araa al Panwood
The folloarlng rldera flniahed
K C I'incli. M. P II ; Mrs Hrown
Rolaton, Miss Cerirude Noe, .Inck O'Day,
\\ p. 8mlth, ii . I l.. hiiich, Mra W s.
Mrown. I" l> Prench Hnd Huntsman llai
COONBY, OUABD; KKTPHAM. CBNTBE; PENDLETON, OUABD.
Hard Work and Plenty of
It for Cornell Eleven
Team Will Go to Atlantic
City on Monday for Re?t
Before the Final Game.
iny TeWraph to The TrftHMl '
Itbaca, N f., n?v. _h?Tha Cornell
football aqoad bad a long, bard drill thi*
afternoon at Alumnl Fiehl. Tne t.am will
leave for Atlantlc city ot, Monday alght,
tnd ti,e coa'hes are eountlng on I
?borl perlod Jual before Ihe Pennayli
game to prOTlde an adequnte re?t fOT Ihe
men efter their llrtng w..rk thla weeb
_-M .;. | MacrabU d on the 8eM al ;
O'clock and worked for a tlm- in the
fandamentala Peor Uehttag haa been
the chlef feuit In tba team
thla ?"..!. and aamea bave been loal on
thiH aecount For |hal reaaaa thi dummy \
was n, danei
X ? ii i Imroagt we a iti'. lb< w b
hraen w< re alati d io >?? oa the vm
ilty fleld for thi thla yaau The
, , ? Philadelphia to-morrow
SLUMP IN ARMY'S WORK
'Varsity Fails to Score Against
Scrub in Scrimmage.
polnt N V. v . 0 Tb
and glnaer. *o etroagl) a featun of Ibe
,._e worh of the Armj footh_ll
team ??? atorday, waa eon i
tn-.iav when the regalara aad - rub wenl
Ti-ie. the drill
I ? ?
Vet the fa< t ??
. ..'.t.c k laehad Ibe am ?
feature of yei
a ln_nag( when lt wa- th
' the t< bbi i ad at laal found Ita I
rub, wltb ? etrong llne-up, |
: good garoe and tbe -?'??' ard mai _
II.. , loeeel tbe 'varaltj t"t lo tbe I o tl
ln , 'i wii e they i .u rli d th I Iberi
n.,1 ber, Kayi Benedlcl dolng the
bulh of the worh, an.??? a Dt
nt, bul falled KeyeJ
,?,,.. .,-.. irop klch, bul I ?
went wide of lh* peeta Bo
Putnan pla e I l.? football on tl i
ogaln to-da . and li * ouW nol ? -
lR| ,,,... one i ' "??'?? man -? I ln tha
Lanpblei Milburn. .ltman aad Coffla
were tb* othei bai ki uaed <m the regulara
Devore aad w nae wera tba taehlea on
th.. varalty, while Huaton, Herrleh umi
.jones all gol a i bai ? l or* of the guard
poaltiona wlth Weyand playlag the entlre
icrlmmaga aa tha other guard Keyea
:,t,,i Prlchard were uaed alternatel) al
quarter, rioge, Ui rrllal aad Mai bo* wera
ln at ends and Putnell was uaed Bl ceatra
rlobbl went Iti only OBI e to punt.
Ilc.cket W88 alightl] injured in tO-daj 'a
strlmmage. and Devor* got a kick on his
gore i<k aad waa prarapUy tak?i> oul
The gyraeuae garbe nexl aaturday is giv
iiik th* eoache* bul Uttl* warry, every'
thing being eubordlnatod to the game arltb
the ,\m y nczl w*eai
PENN PUTSJN HARD LICKS
Andy Smith Will Not Be Head
Coach Next Season.
(By Telegraph te The 'lill.inie |
Philadelphia, Nae. 2? only three more
! Kcrimmngef. roBM-ln for th* Penaaylvanla
| football aquatt Wlth thla In mlnd, tha
varsity tor* thiiigs up to-day la th*
I haifl-eal work-out in man) day* Before
i the Mg aqaad tarned out Ifarahall made
' pome startllng kicks Standing on the
4f>yard imc the yuukei quarterbaeb
tln.! tifteen dinp klc ks in succession.
j twelve of whlch wcnl sailing OVOT the
bar. lt la likely that he will ba Kiven
the i liain e to show his Bblllty ln the
game wit h I 'nrnell
l'ollovv itlR a luisk signal drill. the \al
?Ity llned up agalnal the acrub on tha
tanaer'a lf>yard lme The regulari
took Mie offensive and went straight
down Ihe fleld oti a **ries of line plnnKcs
|.\ MI?d* and Alerrei and t\vn foi wai d
pas.?< i in aaa <>( the playa afereer
turned his ankle and w?h taken <>ut af
the Mcrimmage. \very takinj; his place.
The 'varsity then practised defensive
Andy Bnaltb aanouDced thi? afternoon
that he was n<it a candidate foi tlie po
aition of head coach at Petinsjl v anla
next \ear under aslatlng condition* lle
saiil that his reason for tnaking the ,|. -
cislon was that Uie heads of th* depaii
nent* refaaa to neip tbe men who come
out t'.i football "I propoae to drop
out.' aaM smith. .ind Ki\e eomebody
eise .c < hance "
MCARRON BEATS GIBBONS.
Philadelphia. \..v M .hnk Mcl'arri.n.
of Allentuwn. Penn . outfoiiKlit Mtk
Oilibons, ,,f St P.uil. ln a si\ round bOUl
to-elght al th* Natloaal Athtatk Clab
Gibbotif ahowed more _Oh-1? ? c. hut ap
pearad ovareeutloua, while MeOarron bj
fordag and liRhiing thrtMighool tha baul
iani.il th. popular dedstOn. He nrhped
man) swinns Imt i.cca_0>n_lly lande.J
atternooa, and win huck the Pehneyl
vania ycajngatara on PrankHa Field fat
After eaeli play to-day Hr. Sharpe
called the men around hlm ta hear his
comment Deaplta the fact that the *ec
ond llne was In possesslon Of the regu
gnala the -varslty forwarda arara
. U to make good bolea The forwarda
have ImprOVed cnnsls'ently for some time,
ai.d little fau't can he f.uiud with thelr
When Ouyer and Na h wrre flrst put
ni Ht the t.ick!< poalUona ln the i?art
the Bhlfl waa tbotag! I to he
;, temporary arrangement, but they are
noa Bxturea and tha llni aaema atronger,
Wllllams took JeB8 WIim. - ptaOl at cen
tre, bul this ablfi araa oalj mHde to ailow
llar a further reat. and latet he
rotlgfa signals with the 'varslty.
in the harktieid Crit/. replaeed Bennetl
,, d ahowed some <.r tiis oldtlme form. but
Ii 1a not at aii certaln thal he wtU be able
to ouart the fast balfbach arbo has been
. nei, fot a OOUpIl "f WOt ks But
1.1 iraa in eommand, um at fuliback,
laber was in oCotinor'a place.
COULON ON HIS METTLE
Forccd to the Limit to Outpoint
Goldman in Ten Rounds.
Coulon, th? bantamwelght
n bad 10 exhiblt his best ablllty
ln order te illphtlj outpotrat Cbarlay OelaV
man or BrooaUyaa, la ? ten-round boat et
R . \m leti I lOb, Mrooklyn. last
::-.! i i ?? il<in prcssed the hattle. h ;t
. .ii M !.o f.-u^ht with det. t rr ,ii.i
? loldi.rent at hla o| pon< Bl ianding
? :. i . f- . . ...i' ,,, to re?
t . . i "t labed Qetd?
n.ii. in the inst thr.-e rounda irhlch arere
brlmfol ol faal ilugglni Tba lu i
eadtlng arltb both boaera nux
Ing ft 1 ? ti.. Hnal heii
PLANS FOR TRIAL RACES
German Yacht Club Sends Invi
tation to Owners.
i '., o l "? /.nfra. Alvah Nlekeison and
J l.u.s Luekenbacht the regatta com
mlttee of the Atlantlc Yacht Club, have
the merabera thnt ihe Qennan*
BB I'" I ' Ollillllttee ,,| f|,c KalSCr
li.her Yucht t'iub. of Klel, and the Baat
ara fachl Club have Invlted owners to
take part in the trial racea for the 88*
leetloai of three t?-,ats to repreaent Am??r
lea ln the Siptemhei racea Theae con
teata are for yachts whose length on the
waterline, plus the extreme beam, plus
tin- estreraa draft, does not aaeeed %t
feet, or '.k"o metrea, The trial racea arUl
he held about AUgUBt !''>. 1913, off Marble
head, entrlea for Whleh ClOM on Patur
da]. July i!'. at noon
Th. regatta aoonnlttea aleo announces
thal tbe ptiaaa aroo ln thla year'a yacht
and motoi boat ra.es will le piesented
at Ilo- atiiuial dlntvr whh-h tollows tho
annual eleCtlOfl on tln- eveiung of l?-.ui
ber ^. at the W'aldorf-Astoi ia
l-'ollowing are th< nomlnatlona for ofTi
eera for 19?13
i'oi i-miiiiiiiiiImi,., .i Btaaii Btackton;
\.. ? .-oiiimodoi,., Willard U Taylor; rear
eomrnodore, Artbur W, Teele; trustees.
Jamea P. Allen, Bdwta Pafaaer, i'<ter \v.
Etouea and Albert B, Smith; traaaiiiai.
p h. Hatt. BBcretary, Bdward i OraaT;
memberahlp coaarnlttee, Kenneth Lard,
Thomas T Moppei and W. D I iash. and
nomlnatlng committee, P, bf. VYiiaun.
Um adore L BalJey, w Hunt iiu.ii. i. K
Burdlck, Haa Orundner and vVaJter 11.
gi haa, Jr.
END SEASON WITH VICTORY
Kingsley School Boys Defeat
Heavy Morristown Team.
The Ktngatey leJaool fe*)tbaJI ak
andad Ita Baaaoa arltb b vlclary ovec the
Morrtatowa Bchool, oa Ha tieid al Baaea
Pelle, N. .1. veaterday, by a scute of
L'i to t Outwalgbed by Ita oppoaeata,
Klngaaej oftaaa thta by its BggpjuBBaveaieaa,
Th, only successful foi warri pas- .-i
Ma atteaapted bj Morrletown hroughi
tn.- haii within i ahort dlBtanoa of tin
Klaajale] goal sianie then aeorad tba
touchdown with 8 twentj -yard run
around rlghl end. The K;hksI<i back
n, id of Sperry, Qeoraje Maxwell and
Btngham, did credttable work on tin
Maxweii tatttad twice tor his team.
Bingham furnkihed tha aenaatlonal feat
ure. arhen he latercepted a forward paaa
by Morristown, and darted through a
broken fleld foi fortj yarda and a touch*
Tln liu. -up follows:
KhaaBlej (91) PaatrJaBai Maavteteaau tl).
\ Kaawell ? i. i: .ioiin?on
Mclntoatl .I- T. Hrhauvenet
lloggln .!>? '?. Thorne
Itarvll.ft ?', . lle?itt
Hard .i: T. Anatln
IImmi.s .R F. .A. Johnaon
i. .4) H. Slaale
Hm rn .U II H. Bowenn
., Maxmell.R II H. Bia*el
niwabeai .P. ?.^ tritaiia
BubeUtutea anutuhar for Uaaana, Baeadtrt
for <;. Maxn.ll. TotrrMeWIM ?'. M:ixw.-ll (9),
1 liinaharo. Ha?h ll-ah from leaicbdowna
Hpen (3), t>e vitalla in-t.i.' Selvag*. '-?
lunil-U. Iuuk vl wrur* Tlui t< ? n mluu**B
HOFFE IK CUE ME
Beats Morningstar in Final
Match of Tournament.
PLAYS SOUND BILLIARDS
Former Charapion Once More
Proves Himself a Wizard
with the Balls.
Willie Hoppe won the I8J balk line rr 11
iard ehamplonship of the world last night
for the sixth tiine. the voiing American
ttafeatlng Ora Morningstar by a score of
BJI points tO M in the flnal match af the
tournament in the jrrand hall room of the
At ever.v atagB the player who won the
major portion of the |MN purse not only
used better judgnienl, but he provcd more
eartala on his oaactatJoa, although he dis
played a propensity to hitch and liddle
ovc-r hls massft shots. Hoppe's average
?raa up lo championship flgutes, wlth
B_f__, and his h.st runs were Bt, 77 and
Morningatar baa aaldom played paaUlea
.,, peorty, and he eOPtlnually rolled into
line-ups and fiec/.es, although he pBOddad
bravcly along. His average was 13 3-21,
and his riins 42. 33 and 32. rather poor
flgures for the holder of tlie 1S.1 eham?
Hy hi.s well won victory Hoppe, who
j ieided oniy to Kodji Yamada in the tour?
nament series, takes the high honors.
Oeorsa l? Slosson, the veteran, won see
ond portion of tha prize money, and he
wns cheeted to the echo as he sat in a
box last night.
Morningstar, failing to win and estah
bah a trlple tle, dropped into third place,
with the Jjipane^e. They will meet in the
belvedere to-nlght. Of the othera. Dema
rest and Cllne tied for flfth place, while
fleorge Sutton and Al Taylor were tail
There was some delay in heginning the
match. and Hoppe and Morningstar ?at
and fidgeted, while the crovvd applaude.l.
TOCB Oallagher, acting as master af cere
raotdea flnaiiy brtrodueed Chartea h.
Towne who lauded billlards as a ?am*
allowing of Inflnite development. H?
gpohe af it as a national enjoyment and
alluded to the. faet thHt 00001?1 Grant,
Whea Presldent. had Introduced a tabl*
into the Whtt* House. and that Woodrow
tYllson. the Presldent-elect, was an a -
denf admlrer of the anclent art of ur
WOB tlie bank for lead and
op?ned wlth the regulation shot Then
he put four other carroms together along
the slde cushlon. to fall down on h short
draw shot Bcglnrilng from an attractlve
set-up. Morningstar started hls string
wlth 19. The third count of this compll.t
tlea was a daring draw, and h? followed
It by leadlng the glohes to the foot of the
table. The thlrteenth count was a freeze.
and Morningstar. although soMng it by
ii dareity eued bank, 1n whlch he used
plenty of Kngllsh. lost poaltlon, and he
eventually ciosed the cluster by a poorly
calculated cushlon carrom.
Hoppe begaa to dlsplay Ma mastery on J
hls third vislt to the green topped pla
teau He had the ball* In almost perfect
B-ratag posltlon at the be^innlriK. After
valn atteSBpta to coax them atong the
llne. Hoppe gave lt ttp. Free handed
lariOBaa followed. with an oecaslonal
lirilliantly worked masse shot. The stxtv
Blnth count was of thi* order.
Hoppe had to dellcately tw'.il the eu*
, uound the corner and avoid a kls*.
but he accomplished the trlck llke a Jug
glet. He had the lvorles rolllng heauti
fully <m 'cross-table manopuvrlng ln the
end, when nt TT he nipped B shot too fast
off n... rall and gave way to hfe oppo
Morningstar, however, was as volatile
end flcklt- as an Aprll day. He blew hot
and cold. bilnging off the most amaiing
eaahaoa Bairoraa and ovn-coming perpiex
Ing *ltuations by splendkl use of Kngllsh
on the cuslilcms. He dlrt all thi*, only to
trlp up on what seemtngly appeared to be
the BsOet slovenly playing of the simplest
Ry backlng bis Imtial effoft at dOUbl*
tigures wlth H, 30, 15 and 19 in rotatlon.
Hoppe advanced to the commandlng lead
of 211 to 92, wlth an average a shade In
exce*s of H ff|r hls aerea turns at the
The sudden rush tot ward on the part of
Hoppe soon Insplred Morningstar lo dalT*
Into the Intrlcacles of safety. Havlng
fallen more than one hundred points be?
hind, he began to leave the hories In
?OCb puzzllng positlons that he tested
Hoppe'l ablllty at gauglng th* angles.
while the champlon-to-be was momentaii
lv Oheched and had seven innlngs with a
pauclty of Points. Morningstar really
got the worst of this tllt, for four zeros
gppoaxad m hls string and Hoppe actually
Hoppe did not make a complete re.ov
cy fiom the brlef tllt at safety untll the
slxteenth Innlng. Then. after a bit of
?kyrocheUng eaurreeaa, during whleh i>"
?oeraed te be __*rtpHalng the- giob.s. he
ebaeed them Into one of the corners as B
?bopberd might drtva atraylng aheep hata
the lold. Once within the restilctcd
gpfel ':. the glohes becatne docile and re
sponslve. I'slng the short table method
and ringing all of the changes on draw
and follow shots, Hoppe wtnded his way
through an Impresslve cluster of 74.
It was ln every aspect a masterplece of
cue mantpulatlon, and when a dead ball
drlve went askevv and the red klssed off
the whlte thate wai a gasp as ot BOBt*
up ?yaapathy trom the fpectators. After
Moiniugstar had put together 3_ hy a be
!ai,..| bul tievertheless cxi ellent plece of
nuratng, Efoppe afforded the crowd an?
other gllmpse of hls sklll wlth a run of
Mi, and pradlcally settled the match.
Hoppe twhlte h_lli 6, 8, "7, M. 88, 18, 19. 1.
ln 1 18, 13. 4. 1. .?. 74. ftfl, 2?'i. .. 8, II 18,
Tntal. e<*i P"lnts; aveisn*. __ 18 -2. Hlgh
. un*. Bt, 77 an.l 71
Morningstar lapot balU- 1!'. I. 14. 33. 18, 0, ".
.?. :i II. o. o. _7. \I. ". 88. iX s, ls. 1. 2ft.
Total, '-'711 points, avciage. 13 3 -I. Hlgh run*.
?_. M an I B
Bafere* -Albert c, cuium
Final Standing in
Hoppe . 8 1
Sloeaon. 8 1
Mornlngatar... * 3
Won. I??t. average. n,n
29 7-r; laa
16 B-18 >?*
|| if-H ??'
\ amada. 4 3 25
IJem.reet. 3 4 53 H-21 "J
(llne. 3 4 16 20-30 gfl
Hutton. 2 5 20 20-24 M4>
Taylor. 1 ? ?? 131 "7
Harry Smith Picked to Lead
Newark Team Next Year.
Harry Smith wlll be the new manager
of the Newark club, of the Internatlonal
I.eague. and the only delay in the formal
announcement la a hlteh In the aalary
queatlon. Smith. who captaln^d and
caught for the team last season under
Joe MoHinnity. has been selected to lead
the Indlans this year by Charley Ebbeta
and George Solomon, the chlef owners.
Srnlth, however, ia holdtng out for 14.000,
which Is more than he haa been offered.
This Is likely to be adjusted in time to
make Ihe announcement prior to the In?
ternatlonal League meetlng-. which wlU
be held at the Hotel Victorla, this city,
on December 9.
Smith Is the popular cholee of the New?
ark "fans" for the job. They have been
wrltlng to the papera in that city during
the last few weeks, asklng for his ap?
polntment. Some of them started a vot
ing OOPteet Smith has had considerable
malor league experience, having played
with Plttsburgh, Hoston and Brooklyn.
He also acted aa manager of the Boston
Bravea part <>f the 1910 season.
Smith is a native born Englishman, and
ls one of the few Englishrmn who have
"made good" ln baseball. He went from
Brooklyn to Newark laat seaaon.
A party of Newark baseball men will
leave to-day for a flshing trlp to Wreck
Lead. They Include George 8olomon. one
of the owners of the club; Larry 8utton.
ecout for the Brooklyn Superbas; Harry
Smith. who Is to he the ne\v manager of
the Indlans; Bttly Zlmmerman, tbe left
PJelder of the team. and John Mayer. a
pitcher on the roll of the Phillies, whoaa
home I.- ln Newark and who last season
played with Atlanta.
TALK OF OUTLAW LEAGUE
Baseball Unrest Again Crops
Out in Middle West.
Chicago. Nov _v> Rumor.- that certain
cluhs iu the Araerlcan aaaeadagjaai and
Western league an plannlng to baeoBBI
"baseball outlaws" and form a new paedJM
arera UNafbraed bara to-night.
PresMeat "Tip" O'Neill of the Weatern
League admltted that lHaiBBBlBB of the
proposed league had been going on for
aeaba, and that the BUbjOOt took form at
the meetlng m Milwaukee last week.
Certaln club owners in the WeetaTB
League asserted their cities properly he
longed to a clrcult with Milwaukee. Kan
sas City and IflnnaapollB It was con
tended also that President O'Neill was
too close to major league influences, and
the dlrectors, therefore, ordered the
league's headquartera moved from Chl?
The Invaslon of Chicago and the estab
liphnient of rlval clubs in American As?
sociation cltlea are said to be lncluded ln
the plans of the proposed league.
"Nothlng haa been said to me offlclally
regardlng thei proposed league," said
Prealdent O'Neill. "But the proposition
has reached me from other sources.
"I want it to be understood that l am
in no way connected with the project I
am oppoaed to outlaw lcagues. I'o: raara
I have been identifled with orgamzed
baBBBall. and l'm going to stick with it."
CHANCE FOR TOURNEY SLIM
Janowski Only Chess Master
Coming on Tour.
D, Janowltz, of Paris, these ( hampion
of fl ince, and one of the foreign mas
tera nvited to parttclpate In tba Wew
York-Havana internatlonal toumament.
yesterday sent wotd to this city that he
had beeo notlfled by the referee. I,. Hof
fer. of l.ondon, that the tournament had
been abandoned, thus conrlrming the itn
presslon prevaillng here since advice from
Bretnen that the mastera had not sailed
on the 8teamahlp George Washinxmn.
Nevertheless, M. Janowski deslres to
come to thla country this soaeon for the
purposes of a tour.
Jos^ H Capablanca. the Cuban cham
plon. who went to Havana some tlme ago
In the 1nter?st of the tournament, was
seen yesterday He was retkent. For
the rr.cment. I have nothlng to say," was
all that could be obtalned from hlm in
th- way of a statement.
Surs.-quentlv. Capablanca itated that he
had BOVOred all bualneas relations witli
I-' I>. Hoscbautt. the manaKing dlrector
of the tournament. This was roiitlrmod
by Mr. Rosebault.
It is understood that the patrons and
Bubaerlbera to the funds of the tourna?
ment win undoubtedly recelva their
mODey back, ln t'ase lt Is Impossible 10
hold the ceeigreaa All hope of this has
not been abandoned. although mtict] de
pendB upon the action to be taken by
F. EC Kahn. the treasurer, upon bla re?
turn fiom t'anada. Mr. Rosebault yes?
terday placed the blame upon those of rhe
Bubaerlbera who faiicd ?to pay in the
amount-> of thelr suhscrlptlons to the
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Boxes His Way to the Front
Against "Battling" Reddy.
SHOWS FLASHES OF SKILL
Not So Finished, However, ai
the Leading Bantams in
Charles I.cdoux, of Krance. rccognui*
in Great Hritain and Krance as the bga.
tamweight champlon of the world, wm
his flrst contcst in Amerlea when he om.
polnted 'Battling" Reddy, of Harlem, _t
the Vairmont Athletlc Club last nlght.
Throughout the ten round* the pace ??
terriiic, but at the end both were streu
and ready to go on.
Whfle LadoUE showed tmtnistaluUHt
flashes of abillty, few there were at tb*
ringside who rankad him with "Kid" W|l|.
lams, Frankic Burns or Johnny Couiog.
In justice, however. it must be said that
I>edoux has not boxed In seven month*,
and hls long lay-off may have affected __
Ha showed no defence worthy of th*
name, and was simply an open target tor
tlie leads of his oppomni, but taking pun.
lshment was evidently one of hls strong
points. for he wa.s always leanlng ln B_j
smashing his own blows home. He wu
a fair imitation of contlnuous modea,
and hls anxicty to scoro robbed _li
punches of some fOCCO,
Ledoux is poasessed of a remarkahl*
physlaue, and w Ith the advantag* of ?
few llghts he will doubtlesa rnak* rapU
strides among the fcest boys In hi* cksv
His attack was wild and Ul-dlrccted for
the most part last night, and he rain*.
about as often as he landcd, but son*
could avold the volleys of hook* ui
swlngs that he drove home wlthout mt
Every minute was full of actlon, anl 1|
was the consensus that Ledoux w?j on?
of the best European boxers scen her* la
many a day.
The semt-ftnal bout of ten round* wig
between "Kid" Graves, of Brooklyn. an.
Joe Whlte, of Boston. It was a slashlni
"go," with Graves dolng the better work.
La4ea_ came up for the third roun.
and cuffed two lefts to tha faee, bu%
Reddy landed a couple of stiff Jabs and
the men clinched. Ledoux bored in. ng_t?
ing faet, BB_ drove Reddy across therlni
with solld Jolts to the body. Hls attack
was 111 directed, and many of hls hardest
hlows mis^ed. He landed in sufllclcni
numbers. however, to earn a daeMei 1**4
on points for the round.
luiving in wlth a furlous atta-k. th*
Krenchman toed the centre for the fo.rth
round. He went after Reddy wlth solM
jolts to the body, but while he boxed
with savage fury hls dlstance wa* bad.
and Reddy araa aote to aUp away and
countei wlth B tih-ely tlmed left to the
head. Th-. lat'c i><.\ed |g II th* man
before him was only a BBBWrtag partner.
BBd >cored frequentlv. AJwajra ? ?imtng.
however, tlie Fiemhrnan fought llke an
unleashed hulldog and had -..-?
bettei of the round.
In the flfth and sixth rr
took a few LoNing laaweae, and Reitj
landed two clean punches to one H*
_tepped In ana around the forei^n cham?
plon, chopping home a snappy left to IB*
face, which. if not telling. was dt_e_B
certtnir. The fnabtlity of l.edou- to l?nd
pbalaly raftaai him. and he BWUBg Hk*
tlie nistv gate of the proverh. Hl
badly, and every BBlaa preaOBted an open-.
ing ror tiie Araeneaa'a peppc m%
vvtiidi aeldoaa Balaaed tta '.<r??et i^doux
bled a llttle fiom the nosc. but there wa*
never h motnent when he was n<>t ripping
and tearing ln with unflagging fury.
In the seventh round the tidO tnr_g4|
and from then on I.edoux began hl*
march to rtetory. His style wss any
thtng but pretty. and he was a trifle too
wild ln hls dellvery to be ranke.1 wlth
the flrst gr.ide men, but he could fight
in his own *tyle. ljowering hls head, h*
rote ln, __B_B_B8_ away with both hand*.
He stopped many a punch with his face,
but he was always on deck wlth a cra.a
insr blow to counter.
POOadtag the body with both hir.d* h*
drove Reddy across the rlng, snl wh*n
the latter held on to avold punlshment
Ledoux pounded the stoma'h wlth hls
loose glove untll the refetee called a
halt. Thi* body beating took the jtram
out of Reddy, and as the battle wor*
along he was flatiootcd, weak and w*ary.
DUNDEB WINS ON THE COAST.
Los Angeles. Nov. *).-Johnny Punde*.
the New York featherweight, ounpletely
outclassed Frankle Conley, of Kenosha.
\\la , last night at the Vernon aiena
After using the Wlsconsin lad as a hu
man pun, hing bag for eighteen round*.
Duade* shot in a terrifle left to the Jaw
ai Ihe heginning of the ninetoenth that,
vlrtually put conley out. K>tr>n, tha;
refaree. stoped the bout and *ave Dun
dce the declslon.
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