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BY YALE'S FUMBLES
Sol Metzger Says Crimson Was
by Far the More Finished Ma?
chine and Won on Merit.
FELTON AND BRICKLEY STAR
Their Wonderful All-Round
Work Forced the Bulldog
Back and Together They
Share the Honors.
By 8ol Mataner.
folBfjrasrt i t? liBrae?
New Haven, N'cv 1:3 - Harvard won a
bis victory over Yale here to-day by
of Ii to 0, tvfo touch'iowns and I
the resutling foeJl and two goals Jjom j
la? 11? : -J Sj DlSBSlBJl forming the total
All of these points were the direct reeult
Of poor pieytas on th?- r-nrt of Tale. Two
Mee of i-?,.on'ij high spiral punts by
Wheeler ano r'lyrin paved the ?ray for thai
two louer.?..own?, and th? drop kicks of
kley ?vert made possible first by a !
It, SSjalnsI Teh let interference OBI
I lUivant punt, which gave Harvard the
ball within atriking distance of Tale >
*;id. se? on.l. by an attempted forward
pas? by Yale th.it w...- so poerly played
MS a fal? man was BSBU Brlchl?) i
v. hen he tatorcepted ?t. WheraypOB this !
r?g halfback ,an Horn his 15?yard line
rale's IS?yiard lit?, ami at the end of;
? ?as of plays nn. 'e hi? fiaal eeor?.
It was a bitter defeat for the Blue, as '
the big men In the line "tame back" j
with full power to-day, and played on
??OS terms with the aggi.?aeive forward?,
'?! 'the Crimson The fault rested with the
?11 backfloid. and with the first string at
hat, Isi whan the substitutes weie rusBsd ;
' in during the .??*.ond half they pto.v?d
BBBaVe? magnificent in attack, und
fought bettw than an even buttle with
the exultant Crimson. They male ,i groat
?St ?**uid for Yale in the dosing quarter
of the sanx when the pooyeffsi Blue
??even found Itself and showed a pewer
!c It? a*ta* a. that ene StTOfi scareelN be
! lev? possible
Harvarti played a heady, brilliant game,
and Gar?nd: ran the team with keen
judgment The conteet was nvt two min- :
utos oVd before he and Felton made pos- j
s?lble the CltaaS0Bt*a victory. Gardner
ailed upon Felton repeatedly *o punt, [
n respond?- i In a manner that j
will BOBJh him as one of the ?master kick- '
all time. He seemed able to plaoe i
hie extremely high punts wherever he ?
??id though Tale's punters out
BsrtaaoSrl hitn, as I believed the?- would. !
'hey had not his alrlli In placing
?Hon began by diopping these high ?
?i .rai?? clear of Wheeler and Flynn, ;, j
lemerkable feature of his play, for i
it seemed almost lmpoeelble tor such h !
Sa] ?>er. Then he exT?ertmented
A,:ii fTheelar atvi found that younsster t
I to r?..id th? hall, whereupon Felton
-very ball, with the result f
had the heartbreaking ?ax- j
0? dropplag them anl of .seeing ;
BBS of hie fumbles ovar the
?Moors once Wheeler was
tried F.vnn and likewise
;..i.. wanting. Il Is a wonder that
kzneoa iota) did not ran higher, for
oyseeler Bad Flynn at hia
'Hie pitied them
It ?res ?tils magnlneem kicking game,
? r ?rltk Brlvkley'e able drop klet
that Harvard depended on to-day
BOt ?Timed4avel|r u? the task with a
will and ?urenesa that spelled vlotory In
more glowing leteera than the CHnteor.
bus read it in mavnr a year.
v m. ISJS as a be?.? tor the attaok.
Harvard was not looking in judgment in
the ejection of plays wnen within strtk
ing distar.?.? ?Jai diver showed himself a
. ?-'.era: ?rhSB he .?sed Ericklty hack
.:r'>p kick formation od ?ai?'s ?o
Itaa la the thuM period. Harvard
.;??.; >ad of seventeen points lit
- ?taSa and eery Tai? player bwlleved
?retald ?y. ca41ed upon ugaln to
dropklck, so that the forwaid pass from
lardas) t? Felton vrtiich pleoed the ball
Yh'.e'r niae-yard Hn? was a .??ratagic
?h?- highest ?ort. It cam? near
/ the Crimson another touchdown,
mit Yale's ?a^tfBBOB braced, and a goal
field we>* the :??uit Instead
Vale waa roomer badlr taken In by tl.ts
"am? >iay earHor In the third period Tho
Hhj of the end run around Arery, who
i ae aona too atreng on defence, ?owing te
?orne driving lnt?rfere.ice by Harvarde
- which wave the Crimeon a touch
-town 1 ?onsldered fine work Yale evi
asapet -.?d a Una attack as the CrlBa
BOa ha<^ l>?n depending upon It. bo that
Btishley wan clear of the end and by
Scalding, who we? caught in on the play
ate Fhllbln could head ott the last run?
ning Harvard batik.
There waa a marked oontrast In the
. ng of the two elevens. Yale was
, goiierall'-d. The Tale method of
'crwad pae?lng was far from what 1
think kt the rlfc*t?t principle to bSUo.W.
fipaldlng's long and high ?obs were t-aaily
! a-.d.cd and Harvard made doubly sure
Of them. All fall Spaldlng has made them
from a formaron alnv-iet ?jmllar to the
ild?Otyls BSOfe format'.ori Haughton evi?
dently doped it right, that Yale would not
; uah from tbla formation He dropped
?>a? k of the ?crlmmaKe. ThTOS
aved five yardB back, and were
ee more played ten yaida
!,a?k sad were well spread and the aev
SBlh wa? bs'k for a long punt Against
g f.Ktnat.on Yale was throwing dla
? ration and judgment to the wlade anO
attempting something that seemed abso
. itely Impossible
Yale laid a rnlghty poor attack In Its
forward passet? barring the last
one. a delayed criss-cross, Spaldlng lo
TThSSlST. that Kained a rtrst down and put
l iinpelly within striking distance for a
xoiil from the field Just as time was up
other passes were all wild tosses
.larvard's back* quickly found It un
?Sary to slap the ball to th* ground,
aa there were no Yale men to receive
lu ?p'.te of thla, Yale repeatedly
toeeed them at Harvard, L>yer sending
or.e direct to Brlckley which the latter
i an back thlrty-nve yards, and placed
Bis team wlihtn ?coring distance, or rath
er himself, for It was Brlckley who kloked
? goal right afterward
Indeed. It 1b ?ot going too far to say
Vale's forward passes were based upon
luck rather than judgment, which is real?
ly not the idea baok of thla successful
mod? td attack. Yale coaches tu the cen
lii'iuesttonsbly Wheelar used bad Judg?
ment In th? ?el?ctlon of plays when Yale
found itself In th?- last quarter, and
started an old-fashioned line bucking at
taok whU-h eajSBS with a rush that was
BOt to be denied l''?Mp?!ly, th? sub. wan
the chl?f weapon. ??VI he proved himself
_a line plunger superior to any of Yale's
^?fc String men Wheeler here brought
1 - Minnesota shift into a?tion
Playl?j", U against Harvard's lefi
asi ? noekaalty and nakei for ft*
secutlva downs through Harvard
<>n straight plungSS, Yaie's lln?
wjrklng as It never did before, and
ersUj csrit.-il the Harvard forwai
But wh.-ii the goal line u.is In
? Wheeler switched his attaek l*
(TtasCltjSi BBS used, vlth Pumpel
I ing- toward Felton with th? bell.
j the oth? i Bin? backs going t
O'Brien. Now. P?MoB ?s a fJaftasti
j nnil he laid I-Vrr.pelly low. Then W
attacked Harvard's right side w
Sflest, and theat tw?. plain, which i
I have been at M-.irv.jrd'? left tthl
that hud yielded sixty-Hlx yardsi s
all the fun 'or vnl?. It wa?= t?.?? bt
the Klin not to ?SOTS BO Il?fOO BJ
ternilned was the mil]
P"th team? USSd the ahlft attach*
vard th? old and ?lowly moving
shift, which is far the purpose of
entratlni ? ? tain Unaaass nt th<
of attack, and Tata the mich ?ns
sflnnsssts Bhlft, winch trorhad bi
the last q lartSI Bash team "tec? a
ttj B with bat three baSBS
IBS, the fourth taking his pi
uppoal ? .- Bj en?i it eraa i
sasful iBettl.?f offence Op ?I'?
ll.?- Hsrvan Btveha Bare strong r
Ynia'a. Captain w.-rd.-r playing th
feu?-:.. bach of '
ll. Indlt ?; .,. ?v ?:,. ,..
? . Brtchla) w.,1 ,lve longest when
la rsesilsd. Th* foi mer i?i
himeelf not OSl) the man '.vh ? :
Bnrvnrd'a n too possible m i>a?<i
t.i kicking but an abie ?lef-nelve
Sff?ineiTe PlST?**, as well Naturalll
had not the unpinHinn? to star as
h.l f-nd? when covering piw.ts. for
good reason tbn: he BBS making t
punts h.inaeif. bttt he was keen In
analysis of Tals'a attuck und sturd
Uni it Psltos play?B] a* he
r.ever played before, and upon him I
:e^t tin eradit toi much of Harrt
kley was in?giiitiooiit tc-4a)
think h? we.? at Ms ???.it on deft
I hi? taking of Tale's fore-:?:-! pu
rather thai ill PBiB| them t.. tl- *r<
prorad blra to p.?*"?-?. ftr-> ludgn
And hi? running In the open n t ait
th( ante wa* thrllllr.? to a high de?
The point abOBt hlfl plav most Uhsd
hu- Bityanees In b'ooK'tis aB*sMsn ?i
the latter was ?-oming down OMlSI Ptt
B??SlOea these two, the work of Hi
wl. k we** b?6?t. especially In ?efSncs
In hi? splem'.Id play in .'oto* ?t?>wn ui
Bsfton'a punts. Rait-ly t??>o 1 BBS
harder Laltlei ?Japtain Hpa.dlng
Va ? tried h!? utmost to blook rura
BfJBsta Tlardwick got by and made
tackle Sf Wheel, i which caused the V
ble that Storei rsSOT?rSd ,nd rushed c
for u touchdown
Along \??t f i these Harvard men i
can boa?t of KHeham. always the si
aggressive, reliable, sure ICetfbam
work was ever, m Te brllhant than ?si
tbfi'igh on.? ojld scarcely h?llev? it r
sJhls For Ketoham there ia but i
criticism, overe?agerr.??s?. whb-h eon
hlf tsatn penalttes, but It I? a tine fa
and sho-A-s the ,-ight kind ?,f ftght!
Bftr t KtttthBBI had It over Stoaer A
? la turn wa.- not so willing In so
of hi? plav ar on* would ?xp?ct Wl
TalS punted b? r?a down the field w
Ketoham, btrt why he never t^te-d te br
him over it, pa?H me. kt was more ol
speouttor than a player
Ar-other \ as? man was Bomei?k?r.
ui true blue. Not phystoally Bt for i
?migarle ; e waa a demon until worn a
wearied. His taofclir.g, his ?"phttag a
hi* example ware point? not mlaaod
any oti? who hevs ever se?n a footb
gam?. Too bad that he ha? not been al
to play through tl.le season, ? .?!?*? T 0h?
Un and KUpartiak, ?ven Vromk. HJnki
w?uid ?be mere mcmoriM u? thia N'<
Baglnnd town What a wonderful light,
what a splendid type oi athlete ne
Hero Is BOM who rights harder In defe
than n victory All honor to BomalsU
One muat not forge* Pumpally, the ?v
</nt meek ago he ar??e to tb? ocoa?t<
wbiir. he made hie wonderful drop ?a?
at I'rlnceum. but U)-day he added bett
honors to hi? good name. It aas Fut
pelly who made possible that great la
march up the field, which Is one plesta
meruor?, for Yale, and It was T?mpel
who carried the burden of defence at
did good pontlng in ?tie last quart?r fl
deed, Kathei Time wa? unkind to Mm b
day to interfere a? he aioed ready i
cluse the gean* with aaelhor laat rnhru
In the ?In? iron bacfel? to tackle o?
could not wi?a for a more even fight, an
a fight it wa? between men d?aperat? an
men determined. Had It not been fot tr
good work of Harvard's sure und irtet In,
buoks and the equally poor work of Tale
first string, th?re was room foi a draw
SaStte her? to-day. But that I? anoUi?
?lory, and a? I aald In my tor?ca?t, Hat
vard wa? better grounde?rl Ip funda
mental?, a point that will tell In an
Yale's was a line of power and migli
? wakened to a knowledge of it? powei
and It fought with all the strength at it
disposal Against It wi.s a inore ??i.Uhtx
a:.il ezperlcnoed line, one that had beei
welded together by a long season of han
play and hard battles, oue more aggreMlvi
and faster, though not ?o poererful ao(
heavy. He Is a rare critic- who cfa* dis
pose ef the relativ? abilities of those tw<
sets of forwarOa aa the?- faoed ?ach otrrar
At guanl? big COsneg would outflgh
Trnmbull or PriSSSU, and. In turn, than
would out?ght him, Just as Pemtletoi
sometime? would outflgtit that splendid
guard. Peiinock, who wa? for?v?r ightini
on and into the Yale backe. At tackU
Warrw and QaBgMsr had an ??xiunl battl*
with fttorei and Hit? h'ock, though Htorer
was the best of the four, and so H went
until the last period, when Yale's right
side outfought Harvard's left Yet through
the most of that g;une these eight players,
the guard? and tackles, fought each other
hi a standstill, fought eat h other with
su'h fury that no one stood out above the
other? It was a wonderful reversal over
the form of the?e Yale men all faU, y?tt
no mor?- than was to be expected from
auch splendid material.
At the end? of the line, exwptlng Bo
mriVler, I preferred the work of the Har?
vard pair over Yale. They were not t?>
be flanked ?,r fSStsd. and they got down
the field In a way that ptevented any
ki'ks being run back. Thi? point and
th? fact that Harvard bad a more finished
eleven prevented Yale being dangerou?
wh?n danger counted in the final reckon?
ing. And seldom have l seen a cleaner
game than this one, In ?pite of the fierce?
ness of it Harvard player? ware ever
ready to give VuV? mui a lift after the
n i Immage, and thus Is a point In foot?
ball Qui one likes to ?ee. It speaks of
better thing? to come
Summing It all up, Harvard desarved a
victory. It had a b?tter eleven, because It
was more finished. It was ceo] and cap- |
STOR KH. IN FOREGROUND, RACING TO HARVARD'S FIRST TOUCHDOWN AFTEB
RECOVERING BALL WHEN WHEELER FUMBLED A PUNT.
YALE CROWD STUNNED
Streets Deserted After Bitter
Defeat by Harvard.
STRONG TALK BY COACHES
Emphasize Points That Need
Improvement at Yale Team's
[Bj Telegraph to The Trih.nie t
New Hevea, No\. 2T T'-.e Val? .-nwd
has fold?d its ?em? and ?silently Molen
away f,f<er the defeat by Haivard this
BfternooB To-ninht there la nothing in
the street.? to IndJeate that B r??e"all
crowd is in the ?-Sty. an?l there 1? an ah
, ? lea
e'erywhere Trie fal? crow?, uaii'.u?
of th? sehedulei serties, disappeared
the ? In aa In ?ilbl
time, nn ? - r? foi a bi* night
after, as In fen i I
Thi Vale and Haryari team?.
d.r.?>d te-nlgi.t at :!.<? Uote; Ta.'t Sot.*
of the ooache? or pleysrs would ),*\? I
Word to any rega'-dlng th? ?amo What?
ever their IsellBsSS a?e ?hev are BileM
about them, and e\?r. am?/as them?
Ihars is no erltleisfla They ha%e u<?-n
? calm ffhUosapBISOl attitude SS)i ha ?
no sacases to offer Yale stayed
loat, and that Is ull ther? Is tu it At
the dinner of the Vale team ??-nigh' the
coacho? ?poke ?tror.rlv of < ?rtala thin??
but It was not In blame of miv c?i.e
Every one en the Vale ten m finished in
Sri? oenslltion, arlth the 8BOOS)tfaa of iwa
sllffht Injurier I? waa rnmo-e.1 ato?n
the campus that Horriel?- ?i had broken
Mo arm, but Dr ?. fcj Hammond, the
twin ShftSMSS? de?ii??l the leport The
front Tal? star played the ?am? of his
life. xn& outside of Blhjhtly wrench ins
h'.e sound k:n?? waa In p?rir t condition
While QomeHler was? out of the aame
r??tlr.ff In order tc go hack in I4pvts he
was k?,pt out v ith fBOBt ilflsalty H?
wanted to play, ard the ?.une was tru?
Of Avery <l?l!*u?r had his had eye re?
opened a.nd it bled qui'?- a bit. hut the??
Injuri?e to hun and Bowetsler were both
comparatively ?liant l'hilbln's face ?a?
numerous patches of mlaslng akin and
wa? a little brutead
The under??aouateB at laraw can a?
yet hardly reailre the defeat, but "wait
until next rear!" 1? the slogan every?
where To-nl?ht, however, they have
loat all Interest in the world. This ?Je
fOot will undoubtedly bestir both conches
and alumni deeSil -?ud posKli?llttie? ai*
very strong and tnlked of very frequent?
ly fo-i.iish? that a change In the ooa?-h
HlK system Is on. *.>.?.:-) . so that Val?
will have s permanent resident head
coa'.-h who can carry his experience of
the previous year over with him.
QUIET NIGHT jlj BOSTON
No Demonstrations to Cele?
brate Harvard's Victory.
Moat on, Nov 28 ?Harvard supporters
wore apparently so contented with IhS
?Ize of their victory at New Haven to?
day ns to have no desire to make a dem- I
onstratlon on their return to Boston. 81*
of the special football train? had oome
in at 10 o'clock to-night, and there Brats
S*e or more due to arrive within the next
A? the bundreda upon hundreda of foot?
ball ?-rithustest? were deposited at the
Dax'k Bay ?nd South stations nothing
more than a lavish display of crimson dis?
tinguished the arrivals from the regular
The crowds quickly laft the station? and
there were few celebratore to cause un?
usual excitement on the street?.
Tlse regular pollee patrols In the down?
town sections of the city were doubled
shortly after 0 o'oloek, while In the res?
taurant district msnv extra officers were
A LITTLE BALM FOR YALB.
New Haven, Nov. 38. -Tal? won the
Int?woolleglate Oun Club snoot here to?
day, with a total of 3!?e points. Princeton
was ae?ond. with ?ft*, and Harvard third,
DARTMOUTH ELECTS CAPTAIN.
Hanover, If. H., Nov. ? W. T. Bngle
horn, of Spokane, Wash, a member of
the . laaa of 14 was elected capuln of
the Dartmouth football team to-day for
next ?SBf? Knglehorn has played left
tackle lor two ysars.
able In its every part, and played with a
steadiness, surety and aelf-ronfidence all
the a/Urnoon One could not Snd mis?
take? In th? Harvard play or in the run?
ning of the team It was far better
grounded in fundamentals, played for op?
portunities bound to ?.ome and seised them
with a will. It Is the best Harvard eleven
In muny years, & tribute to the genius and
skill <'f Haughton. Hest of all. It could
tackle and make Interference, and those
were points neglected, so It seems, at New
Haven. All honor to the 191J ohamptoti
?htp eleven, a finished and polished foot?
ball teem of the hTgheat tree.
Who ? ? r?-?i mm teucMoorn and kicked two k<>?i? from Um 8ek1 fot
of I larv-i r?l ? i " SOty psttttl
School and College
To the Intones de.ight ef all Harvard men the ? nn.ei sleven
it? might and ?mothered Yale ai Wea H.?^en festerday ^wbi back In
Hs-J? Kent lard, Harvard'i sensatl-nal drop kicker, defeat? | "-.;??
fron *i.. "... I. I ?t no touchdown has b-en score?! by liar?..?
sine?. 1901. when the Crimson made it a Roman holiday, and ?roa
?f Bj ?. ?> MO wonder, then, that 'he Harvard nan leaped >
a wihl snake dame ?;f delirious Joy when thd Anal ?In tie blOW 8
was over' The CBbJbSbI Indians showed i?lHiiily that th? tfetory win i.
?v?vanla SOOSOd la?* week wan no fluke by allowing th? Springfield Trsta
l?a? S bOOl eleven to play them to a standstill. NOW York l'ni -
H? rr**f h' ?oing down before rhe Navy, and It itffors Oollef?
played Stexens Institute In a well played game at HOOOken.
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ARMY ROUTS SYRACUSE
Oadetf Come Out of Slump and
Play Hard, Fast Game.
[?gy TStOgl ???? I" t** Tr"'"n- '
We.t Point. Nor. 23 -Syracu?e was no
match for the Army football team here
to-day and was easily defeated by a ?core
?f -j? to 7. The result of the gamo w?s
pleaslr.g to the c.oaohes. n? the Oad*t?
olearly demonstrated their ability to come
After a ?lump that has been In evld..i<?
Baje-aral liases alase the Me ??m-- "v
w?ek? sgo. th? Army red??med It.elf and
fought a fa?t and ?nappy gaum, ?mashing
Ms ?Wa* through the Syracuse defe,,.:?
for the tou.i.downs which It would not
be denied. K*ve? was the hero of to-day's
play The little Army back broke thr?>ugh
sud snook off tackier time and as*?"
Me made two touchdowna. kicked b<<th
gottls and before he was letlred t?. thS
?Id, lime? dropped a beautiful field goal
from th. ?-yard mark. H? gava * ay ?o
Do* In IBS third period after a slight In
jury rrinliard and D.roi? play-d spec?
tacular football, the form?r keoplng his
feat -sell and carrying the *Ul ?rsat.y
time? for long galne.
ayracuee got a fluke toughdown In th?
last ?asante "f fi?v *** th* Ar,ny lll"<1
rushed U. a ?ub?tltuie to?am. i_nplilej
fumbled CasUaaTfl i-unt ***** to she Army
goal and it roll?d over the Un?. Farber
(ell on tl for th. upstate team, and t.ae
vl? ? klck?ii th? goal a moment later.
Tho lln.-up follow?;
.,-..?0? peelUo?. H>ra*i?e ?T>
?/?Silt U t. F?rber
Me? ?""-?? .?T f. ??tni.un
\V?y?>.lt?l. lQ. A>.,ln,
furnell .X u . . BUflngei
<Hu?t??u .]i.T. h-rolsH
RfV?r? . K. K. ?eymuar
?asa?S . u u. Welter?
ftiaastS .? H B. ????tir
?obta;,.B H l.. 8huf.lt
s?n?diot .r ? . emit?.
as___*-_?_BSat4 tor L.U?-'"?10"- Arr"
. U ? , ^vlh.?rT.ioekinorton f?r Hl.ftr.g?r.
S_?ff?lHr &irpsr m
f?r l'i. t'ard l** '"r *<">"? 'rumor t?r L?o?.
Lt?lburn f* Hebt-?. Lanphler for B^ttoiM. Alt
mir, fSr ?e>?? (at fullbaeltv Touchdown.
_t__ Al man. K.ib.r. Uoala from touch
?22 Keye, <"). Ca?tl?. ?oal fr? ?eld
_i~ Kcfat^-Thomueen. of Oeoeg.town.
i_nir?-Torr?;y of Pennsylvania. LtSSHBSa -
E? a?? of w?ui.m?. Tim. er perlod.-Twelve
Ititle to commerce cubs
Clinton Seconds Beaten for
Junior Football Honors.
The High MmM si CoBintores Cuba
'Junior football rhampmns <.f (reeter Mee
I roi-k in i'1'" sad mi, ami the |
title of Manhattan an?l The BrOBJ
[defeating IhS second fasjtbell team ??f ???
Witt Clinton by :< SOOT? Of 7 t.. 0 ,-\t M
Nulty Field ySSterdsy nmrnlnp. The .
was bttterl) fought frOBS ??Metis t..
whistle. Cemmeees ssored its ?aot u
down in the first pej .
Wilson, the left balfbark of tbs Com?
mere?- tenm ?an led th? h
tmm the 4-yiird line, hut he was !><?
so hard that he fawbtod BBi "Darby1
Hooper, the n?gro f?llt.a? k of th?- Coin
meroe team, fell SB It tiene QslBfl bOOted
the hall over for n prettv goal, si
. nded th" toarlas
Ds Witt Clinton bad ehe hsaei r teas
and weight told heavily In the finSlBS BbS
BBBBii Si the aame. A ?1er?, sSBBaH OB
th?" nom met ce line piaosd the ball on th?
s-ysrd line, but the latter msh?d
m?n Into th? fra\ nul BtOOi off the at?
tack MiiiiuMev. tftt CoassBorco gat
who played for only a few nilnti'eh. w ?|
the man who BBVSi ht? t?nrn. St?
a line plunge all aJone. h>? tu? kid h
?o larosty that ihe nuaBOr dropped thai
ball, and Mullan? y full ar?.und Ii i?uinn j
soon punted out of d.intrer, BBi Oil
lnat fheiice went glimmering. In the
few mintite? Clinton worked SOtBfl
forward pasae?. hut failed to BOOfe.
The line-up follows :
commerce ?Tub? it) Nattfcf?, Cllacoii Cil ? ff)
Wurth .|?| . Set.
Qoiiiri .t. T
Ornstein .....;....I* Q.
y?*t?r .<* . M
?f?r/or?ttl .R i;.sulsar
Wagner.K T. ii,.
.-?-...R. K. Htat
rearteb .Q ?. w?ta
Wilson .1- II B.
QantBav .K il. B.
Ho"p?r .V. R. If!
Touchdown -Hooper. Moal t,nn t<,.< ' *
Qijlnn BebatltUtioas Vor Clinton: RaseW ?I
for BeiSH t'or Connasiee iranien foi
?oral ti. Mul'anoy for f>n?t?it Brnlt
Knn-tn. W?rd f.?r (?ar?on, ?;?r?on f.| 'An I,
Franklin for ?Junth.r, Ous'her for Franklin.
Franklin for Hooper Fiaban for ?I?,
'han for FVnrlch, Napp for Wllaon. Hendl
?on far flralth. Huffy for ''?iiik.ii fennan i
for Hurry. Seniner for smlih. Referee r
Hrewn t'mplre? Bl?nlo fjeaamerce. LI
-De c??tro, Clinton Time of ??am*
pvrlixla, t*o of twrlve and two ?if IBB M
FOR LIST OF MUSIC TEACHERS,
piano, violin, singing, etc., sse page 2,
Winners Rely Chiefly on Old
Style, Straight Football.
LOSERS GOOD IN OPEN PLAY
Mystify Op] .'s by Trick
Plays, but Pail to Score at
i i the
MOUNT VERNON HIGH WINS
Takes West? tester Football
Championship from Yonkors.
Ilsnnl Vernon nis'n School aroi
Iter* i i. ..f 11 to S
? v irnon ? i
ft M..-.. ? i i tho
ill til.- ? I. K
?ad, ' ??'?'
a tow ' :
Tim in . .
? .i. ...
.-. . .. i
R. Catticarl . ?
of pellods -Twelve mli, .
New York University Eievefl
Loses Hard Match.
D?TCHER AND WIENER STAR
Midshipmen Show Improvement
in Last Big Game Before
?West Point Contt
Is, Nov. ra
crossing their ? .
?he Navy -
;i.g hole* through IBS -
Ins '?f forwards Tli
In it of th? sailot*'
mast in the ?nnoal h ?
??ties, aft-T ?i
the bes* of the!;
? ? n n?> inatanc* wa? tl
?uva as *
the team at time? pat
? -i- r. ttt'jt
? - ?
.?- i : nS?,
. tad ceatrs plsi ?naarli
taoka and, after a perlait) tar <?ft%*?
t|->'. ar.'i : 4 tn*r
N?w Forkar?, who quickly ;. inted aul
ivj ? ?r g at ...i iJ4.
d oue of tl
-? a ???.- t. ?
h.? way down for i
.mo aitfir this |B*) vltffrxrs. wtiti
1 . r ?
. | ,
put up a < .
UaproTsmsnt i?t ill
. . .- mat that at) U
B anainst b ?"!
hanl Tt.v runs Wf?.
. Inn. ?? tin ii.ten'eiea'Ss
. so fax ?>?,?rk o? tiie Lue
: I ;
The Navy al?- I
Ing, hut ?... ^airif
ilrst down? ben -
?KOther It .
thing uni- a
we??k has ?a*Mtopa4 ??orou n>?r
h will bo un Juiked
<. was n?.<
nature ?-?u display to-?J.?y.
: ; '?a.a/
i . ? ?
-i .U. T.
HOPKINS.HUH GUH IN M " *
:u.? su--? i
o? S3 targi ;
NEWMAN ELEVEN WINS. .!'.
,-k. N. .J
in a dlgput?.
bj ? ?j<<r<- of U to 0,
lag both touchdowns ? a?**
ing their BBS BOB, -V wm m having a U %a
MONTCLAIR HIGH VICTOS,
ntclalr, X. J.. N
football same f^TJ
WSg won by the latter thi . n ?JJj
the academy ground? by a BOOrs of M lo 1.