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f*?o Base Hits Are Made orv Balls Which Have Passed the Plate
Sat tie of Oldsters
Passes Into History
senior ? rilfcrs Retreat in
0^ After Engagement
,.jfF HONORS GO
fl) JAMES A. TYNG
lose to Many.
I lie for I ow
? r four
?.. th so
a : ".??? ?
f to ?
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, ? nounce
?'*?? tj *>e prize?
? close to 2?0
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orderly," ''T ?.< * p*rty
theii way to
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te tr* It all
"ret *i ' ' con'mU,'e
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well ?o uer* "''
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1 wi?h t. "' week, ???
W'hoi. v words,
the f Heel : ' :-ut these
IH u.tf i ? s] In a way.
than rece :- _--t be lik
. t with
?are :n_? ' "1<*?i, for the
? i ? - ? tourna
. " to givt.
- at a White
? -he seniors"
mats ill ? '
far back a
n has been i
? ' de
? ? nks began as
PS ago. They do
? .nners .
? Fikltig the
.; nament winner.
. ; ng had ?. K>, which
? an 86 the fol
lowiM ? g a total of
'71 Bis clos?
htttmr "Ten- Jn
?a . of ProoVlawn. all
V?'?s? i < ". Mah
lon Pitn? .
???cone" * ?Vith a card of
Ji atice '
-.d. and John
**? H'iv.: Later on.
ho?! . r ?
? ?i Carey, of
feel ?jo? 7
blind ?? :
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? ," Justice
? fled, the
? ?ban ? yard
a strong Inwar?!
? for ?
for the two
e Mr. Tyng.
lyed along as
?i by the fact
s would have
' S rreen. but in
? a sure 4 he
? ; rMn eight feet,
ek. took b.
- to concentrate,"
I am not playing
; i guess it's about
whs as follows:
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???-.(,. reral of
I ' ? ..'. ?? th regard
? been able to
c I ? ti the Wil
?' I round in i?l.
of New Jersey,
? net prize for the
tiling a card of
?be vrinhee of the
? as well at the rulings of
ttte hew ' the prizes
?rded because of the numer
TIE SLIDES EASILY
o-oaav i.aiij--' ,N AMCMiCA
L?l'fgDSH^T-rr.. , i, co rnOTH r.
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ra It?., .?ra. ja
Man \\tot.t J0\
I? buaai? \at*f***S
I?? Liiiirb btinara.
Lucky Ones In
Big Golf Tourney
I nofkiallj prizes in the seniors'
golf totirna.nrnt which ended >es
trrday at Apawumis ?sere ?<>n as
? kief winner?Jame? A. Tjrag,
Firhl ?e. tlnn. Tu?-sila>?llemt gross,
Judge W . 0. Hendertaon, Arlington,
Hrst net?\V. T. Kaufman, Plaln
fielH. H7-IS? 79, and B. B. Law?
rence, .pawaaala, M?17?79.
Flrel soil i??n, Wednesday?Bent
?graea, Ira B. Prentlss, Mohawk, St.
Best net?John ii??rl/lrr, Lancas?
ter. 1'enn.. 190?23?77.
Thirty-six hole prize*?Beat gross,
I harlea ?.ilbert Waldo, Brookia-n.
Beei net. (las? A?Rollo Ogden.
Best net, (lass B?laugen* Frayer,
Bet net, (lass (?Hamilton W?
Ormslit?, I'inehurst, 199?2h?171.
Best net, (la^s II?James P.
Bleae, Idr.st Hill, 2il? is? ISA
Second ht*<tlon, Thursday?Bent
gr?"--. Irani? Preabrey, Apawamla,
Best net?John H. Huff), 8t. An?
Second section, Friday ? Best
gross, Daniel DarrefT, Frankford. hi?.
Best net?i?r. W. K. Bullard. (.ed
ney Farms, 94?24?70.
Thirty-six hole prizes?Best gross,
James llwjglu Foot, Apawamis,
Baal net, (.lasa A?-Martin Carey.
Best net, ("lass B?Robert Collier.
Best nit, (lass (?Judge Fred?
erick W. Btarrena, Morrie Count.?,
Be-st nei. Claee l>?Robert I ??uni,
Midland, 201? 712?169.
?kill of the players improre, and even
the sei - the seniors who did not
?take up golf unt.l middle age ar.
student? ,'i the ? - makes the
handicapping i?'i ever increasing pr< b
lera. Furthermore, the tino ia ??
approaching when the first American
national championship and tournament
winners will be eligible. Some are now.
eking of e: b- :.:<?>., mmor has it
that Walter .1. Travis will soon become
a senior. This is not official from '.ru
th? metropolitan champion, but
even so, the rumor cannot be far oui
Then there is John M.
? heard from. Mr. Ward and
. ., were in college be
thirty-: ? \.-..ri ago. With such play*
? and Mr. Ward taking
part, future senior meetings would take
i. decided forward s'.e;i in a competitive
way. i. let it be not forgot
kindiy to Apawamis. it
was there he won his present Metropol?
itan Golf Association title a few
months ago, and it was over the same
pel -need a similar suc?
The scores were as follows:
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a? Up Nat 1*1,
.? .* .47?
r ?: 107
_> II II I?
Aipli.i W 14 I
11 '4 171
' \ I I U H III
' H .'
II fit 174
l?r Frr ? (.? HI
? a - ]. ;
<i A T ittl?
70 7?! 17?.
:' h ' . . ' ?1 S?! 17.,
? r h
l'<'_..t I. l'a ' At'iuimll 1)1) . ?
H ? . ? ?i? . Bra? Il m 104 II I
U. Tu ? ; .: ) .ii lui 14 b: 177
Samuel .? ? . .?i h ?01 14 >?.' 171
i w. i ??'...?
Il Mr.??-? Il ./??'. Har-keiiM
1 ill 17 S? II)
?. ?. M
B M. l r .ai. SI -?' ? ?
Harkvuaack.117 10 ?I j?-4
. -. ?,?.?' rorMt Hill 104 13 'al l*
Kredarlrk W Burn*. Knrrat l'ark f?s 1.
,tin,?a I? Man ? . 1>?. 10 M l<-?
iiii.li?! I- in* t ?
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lia ? Htrwart. Il*?? . ? 1- i
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. - ! 110 14 ?S 200
i ). \? ??- vV;kat?>l 114 10 7 4 .
lu r. t i.?-1 ??! La-fo* l'k III II I
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<)<?rf? ? la-nlt- II?-...i ?1 114 15 S? III
. u H ?-.?-. OakU-id IW 2^
Drkar Mi-ai"o? 101 l* *??*? \U
?Jort.a I - :? Tarr*. JOO M
aj ????iB'j 103 II
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wi liant w U ?
. .hridm 116 '.? *l 1?|
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l-a-.'.'.l Ul ?J
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!.. .. j Heeler. Tinu.-k 114 1? ?S 1??
lea M 8t?>v?-.',a M..IU ?" ?0 15 TI 1ST
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liu.l?: liirt-tt, f . II IJ ?; ?
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110 ?9 ?i 7-?
?.??? Mmamat 111 13
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It-a*. Han. ! I
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Ttr-.Hli.rr J Paiuier, Ha. kanaav-k 114 IS <>? II
?\..n-. Npriiiftiavan 111 M 1"! ?04
Erie Teams Battle To-day.
The annual ?Seid day game of the
Erie Rallrmd Athletic Association will
ue he Id national League Park,
Jersey City, this -ifternooii. The feat?
ure attraction will be tha champion-j
tbiD baseball gams.
AT NET TO-DAY
FOR SILVER CUP
Miss Hall in to Meet Miss
Cassel ?n Final on
Orange Club Court.
By FRED HAWTHORNE.
Miss Florence Rallin, of ih ? We ?
side Tennis Club, nuil Mi?? Clare Cas?
sel, ?rjll nv "t this afternoon si 2:80
o'clock on th?- turf courts nf the I
Lawn Term,? | lub, n* Mountain St?
, tion, N. J., in ; he final round of ths
Women's invitation tourr.nmcnt to de
? wnership ??? I i dsome
nd Miss Marie \\ ng
ner won the fl s| round of the H
bj ':- Miss Ruth Che?
and M ? Geo-rgia VVhaley si 8
I' Mm won her way into the
; finHl round of the singles by taking- the
M iss Florence Shel Ion, of
Montcll ir. by n s-nre of 0, 1, 6 I. and
.rained her bracket b*f van?
quishing Mrs. Robert I.e Rov in S
I srd.fought match at ?? ?'. 4 6, 6 I.
Miss Hazel Gardiner and Miss Bessie
' Holden will meet in the final rom ii of
the consolation singles this afternoon
Immediately after the finish of the
sel and Miss Bal i in will again ts
Iti in mixed
their partners being
George M. church. Northwester?
?id Dean Mathey, or I ?
? Pi inc? ton, and Hi*.I A
1 hroikmorton, national interscl
? ? ner in which Miss Bat?
a great surprise to the gallery, which
expected to see the Montclair ci bit
i :vt- her opponent a bitti
? the honors. Superior speed and
great? ? ?ari
ety of stroke, however, wire the fac?
tors that won foi Miss Ballin. and
after she had finished her mat
(he general opinion ?bout tin
-I.e grill give M is Cai ?
1 ?riif buttle for the chief cup tin
Mis. Le Roy ?vus apparently nervous
a; the beginning of her maten
Miss < as-el ?nul did not do herself jus?
tice until tin' gamei hin! ,;? '
? set. Then she
Started to try for the lines wil
1 begun to pass
oslng this set ?? S ''>,
M.--. !.. l'.".. played with more eon
?hold so clever 13
anent was freq
0 11 ion.
Tiie games alternated up ?o S-all
and tl.< n Miss I assel. won the seventh
and led at 4 3, having the match with
li - I ??
Roy showed her courage by taking tin
next three games in a row, clearly out?
playing her rival and bringing the
match even bv winning the secoi
:.' 6 I
The uphill fight she made in the pre
- set left Mrs. I.e Roy tired, and
she could not cover her court with her
1 1 eel tuned up bet
own strokes and piled up the points
by cutting off her oppo
drives ^ironi mid-court and ripping
slashing back-hand ?hots across th
court, Mrs. LeS Roy could do no more
than win one game before the New
York State doubles champion won the
set at ti 1 and the match.
The almost frictionless team work
of Miss Wagner and Miss Cassi-l in
the final round of the doubles was en
tirely too much for Miss Cheeseman
and Miss Whaley, and although the
losers fought gamely, the result was
never in doubt. Miss Cassel was par?
ticular^ bi Hani ' ? ?
many 1 hot the ball squarely
between the opposing pair for place
ment aces. Miss (Vhaley atas the -'id?
lest player on the court and c?
a great amount of ground in going af?
ter Miss Wagner's hard drives t" tin
The point ?core of the doubles match
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COLUMBIA SQUAD IS
Ten New Candidates Bring Total
Although the novelty of football on
Morningmde Heights cea-ed to be a
magnet to dry**- M-ectatoi'.-t to South
KieTd to see r'r.<- '.'c.li.mbia ?quad go
through its second day's work, it did
not detract from the. interest mani?
fested by the undergraduates, for there
was an Increase of ten new eand'datea
in the squad, bringing the total up to
li. I.. Simpson, another new assistant
roach, appeared on the field, making
amber of assistants four.
son is an Oberiln man. As yet Tom
Thorpe is the only old < olumbia player
who has !?-nt a helping hand to Nelson
Metcalfe, 'hi* head cohcIi.
There whs strenuous work for the
squad, which ?va?, divided into three
groups, each of which had a drill in
tackling the ?lummy, picking up a looae
ball and running down under punts
Metcalfe sifted the squad and pieked
out Donoho. Simonas, Manshach and
Cochrane, all oarsmen,?for u half hour'?
session 111 pwting
Cann Shows Up Well
on N. Y. u. Gridiron
Howard t'ann. son of Frank (Hr.n.
?il dir.-etor.of New York I'niv.-r
?hotved up especially well in the
football praotlce held en Ohio i
yesterday afternoon. He mails m
iround th?- end?, eluding 'he
? rrub--' taeklers with the greatest ease.
Ployd Kgan, the former Manual Train
ing School star, also displayed ?peed
..- 'I ...
1 ? toray, of DickiasoA, was t.- ?
Brown's place at right cuard. He is
0 heavy as Hrown. but is well
n tul aetivi and
Houee an Ago ting it r?ut for centre,
with the chance? in favor of Raeeh
baum The latter, however, may be
? k. ? ..1 . ._tl ? ?a
^^ & Granllan? Wee
'The Phillies,'' edvises a well known lanatic, "will win this next world
series tare bfc?u?e if yon will look back over the dope you will soon find
tint the underdog hns landed on top in nearly every world series ?tart.
Which offeis n fair e\c roping the world series field to see
ju?t how far tbl? theory ht\? worked.
Pltl burgh; Pittsburgh favorite; Roston won.
1906 Nr-w York vs. Philadelphia; even money; N'ew York won.
1906 Sox vs. Cub?; Cabs big favorite; Sox won.
1907 Cubs et Tigere; Cubs favorite;. Cubs won.
be \ 'lifer*; Cubs favorite; < ubs won.
1909 Tigers vs. Piratee; even bet; Piratas won.
lTUn Cubs es, Athletiee; Cubs favorite; Athlstles won.
l?'ll Ciants vs. Athletirs; even bet; Athletics won.
1912?* (?..tnts vs. Red Sox; ever, bet; Red Sox won.
1913 Giants va. Mackmen; Mackmen favoritos; Markmen won.
1011 BraTSS vs. Msekmen; Mackmen favorite??; Rraves won.
How It Works Out.
So of the eleven world series games played, four were flgured'as even
propositions before the first blow was struck.
Of tho other seven games, where there was pronounced advance evidence
In favor of one club, the favorite ?ame through tidily on three occasions and
iras beaten four times.
Which means that while the underdogs haven't been consistent winners,
tve mote than held th?-ir own having operated four upsets out of seven'
Red Sox Favorites.
In tins next series the Red Sox undoubtedly will be slight favorites. They'
will be favorite.? because with their outfield and infield combination on defence,
plus their pitching, they look to have greater defensive strength. And because
they havo a harder hitting club.
Bat where this margin, club for club, might be strongly in Boston's favor,
it will be prut:??l down by the ?superexcellenoe of one great pitcher Alexander.
Those supporting the Phillies will do so largely in the belief that Alexander
c.-iti do in li'l") what Ifathewaoa did In 190? win three games; and that
liemaree, Chalmers or another Philly pitcher can attach the fourth. Or they
arc figuring that Big A >c of 'he side-arm sweep will bag at least,two game?
and that his pnls will nail two more out of their four or live starts, bolstered
up by the slugging of Cravath end Laderas. They will be playing two or three
men against an entire club n the knowledge that iwo or three stars before
bave be?-n sufficient to spin a dizzy upset in a short match of from 4 to 7
games, I!'.' ? r<> chance to match the two clubs, man for man,
on ? uid i rovs the Philly Machine is the better batanead array.
Both 1 billies an.; lied Sox have proven themselves to lie clubs of mort
than average gameness ander heavy pressure. Hut the Phillies here have
idvantage: They have accomplished what few though* they could ac
complish, while the Red Sox have merely cerned out the early spring ?lope. And
the psychological edge here belongs to the club that has already taken one
high hurdle with sufficient impetus to go out after another.
The Phillies have shown lhat ?*N"e\er-ha?!-a-rha?i?-e" doesn't belong In
the lexicM of ? g?>???l. game guy.
Connie Mack h;is ailded this to science: Me has preved that a heavy
object tan descend ut a far faster rate than it can travel upward.
"I'll tell you what the Cornell-Harvard ami Cornell-Michigan games will
prove?" writes Ezra C. "Cornell will win both, and two weeks later the Yale
llarvan! '?..me will still be billed for the football championship of America."
"Bub working Princeton a? top speed." Well, if We were coaching a club
thkt had to meet Foster Sanford's Ru'gers eleven early in October, w? wouldn't
play it any too safely either. Princeton won't find Rutgers any more dangerous
than eight or ten lions Not a bit!
Travers vs. Ouimet.
The last big autumn golf match of the season may be the best. For in
the Leslie Cup ?matches, a? the Merion Cricket Club, it Is almost a certainty
that Jerry Travers and Francis Ouimet will meet in another golf classic that
should stand out as in.? of the all-star rounds of the year.
? ???? Terry beat Or.lmet at Garden City, in ll'LI. the Open Champion has
\ lost three match??s to the Boston star one at Brookline, one at Kkwanok and
one at Baltnerol. So Traver; will make one of his best efforts to slip a notch
' or two closer. This match should be interesting and bitterly fought for a '
' number of reasons: Both have been amateur champions; both have been open
champions, and both have something left over from Detroit to wipe out. A
victory for either would help clear up that Detroit setback, although Travers
Btill 1 of Open Champion to fall baeh apon whatever happens. That
I that can't he taken away until the next open, at least.
Racing Cars Groomed for
Qualifying Trials To-day
Speeds of More than IOC
Miles an Hour Are
Common at Great
Sheepshead Bay Speedway ?'hi
nliv?; with whirling racine cars vestir
day. It was the last day of practice
for the qualifying trials for the Astot
Cup race of October 2. which begin thu
afternoon. Most at the prominent can?
didates for th?- 150,000 purse were out
tes%ive their cars a final tuning up. In
fact, the only noteworthy absentees
were Ralph de Palma und Harry Dark?
The timing most of tho aft?:
was done wiili the electric apparatus,
which was operated by Y. Y.. Edwards,
of the American Automobile Associa
tioa technical committee. The mon?
ster grai.dstand had a liberal sprink?
ling of speed fans, who received with
enthusiasm the announcements of the
Darlo Resta earned off the speed
honors, his Peugeot ^?elir-.g off laps at
104 and 106 miles an hour, his I
time being 1:08.10. Paal iroing. ho?
i as in order, i
racers showing averages from loo miles
an hour up. hail ? ooper icu^e hi?
StUta a lifty-mile try/oat at an OVOfl
hundr'il miles an hour, his laps run
ra i:ii to li l.t.
The fastest times made were as fol?
io? - :
I'rlirr ?? I ?r '
? . 1
The foreign drivers pointed with
pride 'o the fact that the fastest four
i time** made were scored by European i
, cars. It was the first tryout of thi
track that Wileoi and Aitken had mad?
wltn J. M. Allison's newly import?e
l'eugeots. Roth "were enthhsia?tie ovei
the cojirso, pronouncing it by far th?
fastest ip-tedway yet Duilt
The ?limin?t.on trials will start at J
o'clock to-day. New world's record?
Entries To-day at
United Hunts Meet
Sixty-five entries have been made for
the five race? to be run at Relmont
Park Terminal this afternoon under
the direction of the United Hunts Rac
.r.[i ?association. THs is a record for
an amateur ste?*ple.-ha?e meet.
The entries in full follow: ,
iiK-r HA- i. Tin. HOt.Ua Hiniiwii'-iiT
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II. . ? \l?. !-t. -? ?/
I'etfl Mm .
1' RAil> TIM - l-H'I.K I'l-ATR-For
? ? ?< uilie?. tier bnj?:. .-lur*.
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riiiitn ? - - . uir??
< ?? '.?- Metal
l"iT.rn n m; nu: IIIT.I..SIHK iii?;ii?a i- :.,iit
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II?r-.ni"B !'*?? ISO '-atrio?. . HI
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Uliru . 111. Clou?! .Ill
.Many of the Big Teams Are
to Receive First Tests
Ajainst Rival Elevens.
?The ? ? ?' .'-.?Qn of 1915 will he
gin in earnest, to-dsy, when no fewer
than for? -eight Kamt.? will be played
on collece pridirons throughout the
Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Pennsyl?
vania, Dartmouth, Brown and At?
will send their terms to the testing
groun?l, a?, t*. wer??. There will be no
games 01 the local fields, for New
York University ?loes not open its sea?
son for another week, while a full
month separates ( o.umbia from its
From all the reports the Yale eleven
Is weil ??long for this time of the sea?
son, and is working as ?moothlv as
could be expected, SO that victory oy a
eomfortable score is anticipated when
the eleven me?", Maine this aftei
The struggles between Harvard and
Colby, Dartmouth and Massachusetts,
Aggi?-.-., and Pennsylvania ant
a are of Interest principally be
cau?i> they will po i ? the Waj to
or probable ?trength. -j
Princeton may tirnl a stubborn foe in
Georgetown, wh'ch has been pointing
for this game in the hope not o
making ., goo?l showing, but of ?'in?
Msnv of .ha smaller iran?s abo will
go into aeticn, and some light is h'u.y
thlCWa on what can be expert.'?!
Hard Drill for Tigers.
IBt Mserseh '-1 lfce IMN
Princeton, N. J., Sept. 24. Rush di I
not have hi? Princeton eleven scrim?
mage this afternoon, but he put the
men through about as stiff B practice
as possible. For two hours he had
them on th?? jump all the time. They
were drilled in charging, blocking,
punting, passing and each of the other
depart? the game for an hour.
Then he divided the squa?l into live
tennis, and Ihey ran up and dowi
field for about an hour in one of the
snappiest signal practices since the
?tctiee Just before a
game ided innovation for
PrincetcA At 8 o'i loeh to-morrow the
Keel rgl town and n hnrd
gams is expected
Washington This will be the first
time Princeton has played Georgetown
1905, when the Tigers won by a
i os? i ore.
Captain dirk will start 'he game at
quarter, but it Is doubtful whether he j
will play long, as his injured a-.iki.- is
still troublesome. .
The line-up follows:
Highly, !. ?.; McLean, I. t.; It
1. g.; ft, ? . Love, r. g. ; i
man, r. t.; Brown, r. ?? , Driggs, f. b.;
Moore, 1. f.; Shea, r. f.; Captain click,
Harvard Read] for Colin.
' B] T freak te T* ? ttetmma !
Cambridge? Mass.. Sept. 24. Al?
though there w;is only h short scrim?
mage between the Varsity and the sub?
stitutes in the Harvard stadium to-day,
the players worked hard until dark.
? varsity was drilled on kick-offs,
receiving them, on puntouts and othl r
formation?. There was no seorini
cept that Xed Mahan, whose panting
Games of the Day
Yule v?. Maine .New Haven
H.?r??rd vs. Colby. Camliridee
Princeton v?. (?eorgrtown I'rinceton
l'enn. va. IT, Virginia Ph:lad?*l'?hi.i
Dartmouth va. Mas?, ?ggie? Hanover
Rr?iwn \s. Rhode Island I'ro? IdeShte
Amherat ?a. Middlebury \mher: t
Ho??(loin v?. ft, Hampshire Rrunsw'k
lia? knell v?. Susquehanaa l.e??ish'h
Carliele Indiana ?a. Lebanon.Carlisle
Hamilton va. ( larkaon.(Union
H'il> Croai va, Ratea.Worcester
Lafayette va. Mu h I en berg. L.i-ton
I.?-high ?s. InTStj-S? S. llethl.hem
Penn. S. i?. W eatminater .S. ( ?>llof??
Rutger? va. AIbrifci.t . Ne*? Brun>?'k
Trinity r?. Norwich. Hertford
I ilion vs. St. Lawrence .S?* h en er tad)
W. * J. va. I.ene? a Waahington. Pa.
William? VS. Kensm-Iaer M illiam?l'n
was of November variety, made a 45
yard drop kick for a goal.
He will ?tart th.- game with his team
again morrow, having Whit
ney a:nl SleKialeek in the back Held
with him and Watson at quarter. The
Bverag? weight of this set of ba
only3 102 pound -, but a little later there
will b ? 7, sa Eawright a
mor?* than N6 pounds.
The rusl .m?', from end to sad
average only 1 ~.? ? pounds, so th
team will be one of the lightest Har?
vard . id 1 he t
weights beginning at left end ?
Coolidge, i <">'? ; Parsern, 174: D
!?"; ?Viggin. 16?; Cowan, 192; Bige
lo-.v. it, and s. ?????-. *??}.
Gilman did some light work '
but ?rill not play any football uat
lirst of th?- sreek, when he pn
will ?itart at left tackle, a position now
occupied by Parson, of last >
Al Weatherhead, who his been s
? . i end rush for two
years, br< ke a bone in his han I and
will be out of the running until la'e
Yale twalta Piral (?ame.
New Haven, Conn , Sept. 2?t The
Vais football ts faces the
University of Maine to-morrow will
have a different makeup
Frank Hinkey, the head coach, will
try out material he ha-, beet.
drilling. ( . I ? Wilson. V.
and Guernsey will be the onlj
year's eli ven to start. Not
1er, will begin the contest. A hard
ira me Be is
much heavier than that of the Bl
A light signal drill this aft?
on In the Bowl. 1 he
Lowry at quarterback. The
ay and the
Captain Wilson and Guernsey have
rabie weight. The lat
Icicking apparently has im?
proved. He is getting good distance
The Maine team went through a brief
signal drill in the Bowl this at'ternroon.
The Yale line-up to-morrow will be:
I-:'? end, Moselev, left tackle, Gates;
left guard, Sheldon; centre, Way;
right guard, Waiden; right tackle,
Baldrldge; right end, Allen; i\v.
back, Thompson; left halfback, Wilson;
right halfback, Scovil; full back,
CUP A? NASSAU
Vtiss Mollins and Miss
Bishop Her Victims i-i
Mr- I!. - - Ph'.pp?. of P
Rock, bowled over two '?-?ft '?
terday .n the ... :
t.in.l rnui.ii.i . f -i-e women'
at the Maaaas ?Coaatry
?Clab, and by si, do .?? won th? chef
Mr?. Phlppa Brs
ion Rollins, of W
ropolitan c . . ?
nji. bv 2 end t, ar?:
was successful ??>. r M
? . ? i
match cirri..i -.. ?!.. nineteenth ,???
mil soon I -if 2, whlel
maintained until the ?
Mrs ?hop wer??
all-even at the turn
Mrs. Phipp? took the
iit'ortar-ie to be
2. bm Bishon i red t ntch
on the last t I I
th in a par l to fi.
acular that of the r.mti?
ling of B niblick shot out of
pps at the fif
feat which won the hole for
her ami placed her ir. the lead
? ? d ,y an ?Mghteen-hoU
? up wH. run otT. the winner
.. s h irdt, of Eagle*
?.. o I. With 108 ? '.'?', while i- ?
afternoon the mixed foursome prize
was won bv Mr-. ? lark ? i Runyea and
i,. *:; ??? 77.
' ??ill f.r al - '
III. ! %
M '? -,rj ? .
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S?.?,nii eitl ? " ?
I'll la? he* ? : ? ' , ?
. tl (liait
?? r.ei Mr? Unmmm.
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Ml?? Iii?t>??oi' s??t Mr?. Mnrvow S
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Un ?i .
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111 11 *?
M ? l?>1
No Rivalry Here.
1 diaaapolis, ?o\>t. 21. [a an exhib?
lawn tenns ?match bare ??
William M. Johnston, national I
I champion, defeated M. Y. Mel-eag
, in the first set U 4 and McLoughli'i
I took the second set 7 -V A larf?
crowd witaeased the contest.
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