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THE RUN. SUNDAY JANUARY 1, 1911.
STRONGEST FOOTBALL TEAM
M ,S77.'.1f THAT tllVIX
It II 0 ll TO YM.i: '!l
:4 i.ti'iilf s, I'tisnsylv.nia., ISM. HtiA Tsle.
i!K.'., :i Hmt muli, r.. Hart-kid. 1001. r,s
tmlnU, f, ITItirctnr., 1190, Stt tioln'.s: 7, llM
knl, 40 poinu, , Ysls, woo, tioltit;
0, llnnr.rl. H!i1 G) tioltiU: lu. Prl&uoion.
rr'i. mi initiu
I'll III I' "A ll (Vt
I1M O H lOO'l
Iff 17 IT WIXS HALF MIU:.
IMayori nf Ti'ti Li'mllnc I'li-tctn llanln'tl,
ami Tlirn Toliil Points lit Hum tlm
IIUTcrr-tit Ctinli1liittlnti lliiruiril.
I'rlm-ctiin anil IVmi Also In Win ITnlil.
Wl.nt Is tlin tttmi:ct football trnitn tli.it
cvir wan'' Tluit Is Tk lia t ouo I'lnvon uf
Hunanl, Yalo. t'rlnrolr.ti anil I'miimyl
vnnli. to which four i-nlloer this fulil of
liir-tilry may lm ltmlt.ll, hik It ilonN only
ivtlh I aiuini vollczi'i, il yon thluU Imil
the innsoit uriHy f phynrsv II Is n
vnry onn question, olio iettnitlifi uf 'tlilis I
t!lfl'ciit m of osliln. IHfluiMit inl'is nut!
iJIOciiinoi t'i I'm strntiKlh of iippoiir-nt''.
tl" w li'fnatlnis ni nl'.oni l.iw sotin tcm-arJ
i' t . MhIiiuu ropuUtlr.tif nf nlMun rr.n
Kp'.cini'id ly thi'ir rnnisns maku It. illlili nit
In r ..lllliro tl.n I lot teams of tlin Stilton
irionim, nrnl tlifrt'.'uni tlm only ' to
trt lit It U to nonoldor llm flnyi-ff. Inill
t'M I'lllj ( UHK(". in Wm lilies bni lint
f.ffoc I t'm qiifhtlmi. lin-atfi Ht flay
f 1 V a'rontf twain wild Una MUpti'il
tl.i n.i its iiMiiil'.t' nt.nusli In any sol of
ritleb 'hut tnlht linvn hnm In nxli.tiMU'o.
Tnklns tl tcntim hiiicn lfm In tho Knstnm
trona and picking out thorn tluit livi rtixnl
out (Oipiciiously liy their htronulH and
stii.ro mi, and llm Held may Ijo ritrlctpil
to t -i tatni Tl.win am tln Yalo tmim
of lkM, tlm IV.mns lvntiiH ip.ni; nf 1695, ttm
rrlmv on tpom of W01. thn Harvard tpnin
oi ISC', tlm Yalo tpnm of IIhiO, tlm llarvortl
iNim of 19J1. tlin Yalo team of W. Itm
Prlncotoii team of iski3, tlm Hart mil team
of 1DM and tho Yivl-i team of itui). Thosn
wore all ponorful I'oinblnatlons, and nuro
,cnniiiond of li,dtUlual momborn abovo
'fake a look at tlm player who matlu up
thoi ten tniin and too what a lamo num
bpr of srldlinti islunts each contained. The
ten tonm wore made up us fullotv:
Ynln. 1S9I i:nd, lllnkey arid tlreenway:
tackles. Wnllit and Winter; Ktinrila, lleffol
flnset and loirion; centre, Sanford: quar
terliack. Ilarhour. hulfhac.kii. McClunc and
Hlls. lullliack. IluttomnrWi.
PoiiiisyUnnla, M Hiidi. Ulckjon and
Oclhort Ui Met, Wavnnhurst and l'arrar;
ituards Wharton and WoolrufT; centre.
Hull imil(lmcU. Willianu; halfbacks,
Mlhd and IIIhIi': tutlliaclt, litoolli.
I'rliiceton. S9 r.nds, Cochrane and
llrok.iii tackles, Church and llillebraud;
guard, t rmvdis and ArmstronR. centre.
Oallev ii.irterhack. Smith, halfbacks.
KcIImv and llaunard, fullback, Ilaird.
Harvard, ivjs Unds, llnllanrll and Coch
ran tackle. IVuiald anil Hauchton; Riiard.
Boal and llurden; centre, Jaffary: ijuarter
ruick, Dal; halfbacks, Dlbbleoand Warren:
nle itKKi Cmls, Coy and flould; tackles,
fStillm.in and lllnonier: cuarda, Ilronu and
Sheldon i cnlre. Olcott: (juarterhack,
1'lnclo hiilfbucka, Chadulck and Sharpe;
Ilnn.iiil. l POlIlnds, Campliell and
Bowditch. tackles, Ctltts and lllacden.
guard. I.eo and llarnard. centre, Oreeno.
auarterli.ick, Marshall; halfbacks, Kernan
nd lltstine fullback, (i no don
( ale l.nd. Shevlin and UaHerty.
turklet lliik-an and Kinney, cuards, Glass
, Bud (io- centre, Holt quarterback, Rock
' well, halfliacks, Chadwlck and Metcalf.
I'rincc'on. ino.i--Fnd, Davis and Henry;
tackle ooney and Iteed; auards, I)e Witt
nnd Hdlon centre, Short: quarterback,
Vetlerleln halfbacks, Kafor and Hart;
Haivard. HKis-f'nds. Brown and Crowley;
tackles, McKay and Flh: guards, Dinilap
and Hoar' centre, Nourse: quarter tack,
I'utler halfbacks, Corbott and White; full
back Ver Wlelie
Yale. I'.smj-Knds, Kilpatrick and Ioean;
tackles. Iloblis and hilley; uard, A minis
and Clooliel centre. C.ooney; quarterback,
Uo,m?: balfb.icks, I'hilbin and Murpay;
The Vain 1S91 team won every same nnd
wasn't wored on The Quaker coinblnn
' Hon of the fall of lMil was like its prede
ceor of is!M. one of the liest t tiiii4 I'enn
ever had. and hamped t ornell and de-
juaicu nararu i rinceion s lean; ni
Was a sl.ishine acitreeatian and beat Vain,
31 lo u the bu:jtest total of points over made
sain-' lid Kli Harvard Ints'.is beit
Fenii h.-iiua. in to u. and beat Yale, IT to 0
One Ahrad of Kltm In lilt llfKl-
ri,. iin.t ri.i.ntlAn nf Cnmnanlrs
iM Ui point plan of riuiklni;.., ( of ,j, aeventy-flrit llcalmont at
.,?"L'' )' '.'.. lL VV:- ii... ...rmrv last idirlit liecan utilucldty. for
tear; nf lit". Hie Harvard Iriuu of ivll, the two . i Ult.s, members of thn rwciity-lhtra
rrin''tnn ";h,ii in :sai or tne i-rnn unin Uetiininl or nrookiyii, moi wnu n nan
..I iv i iiuldtri. hsve atted i tly tirnrly , , .. tt,rr lhr brothers Thomas
ut.y eiecrn tliat ever plaj ed. I hey lonkeil . ' . .,,,i, ,i ,.v y,u.i nrilrlc
t 'hen In neiinn. ulbit Individual iiualysls J and Harry .1. M urpl ) audlhey hailcniriM
i,,.u iiiir.rMntte 'iVio nUmimi of team In tin. nvo in In luuidlcan homo titno tie-
plnv and m-en fialatiie might have onset fnr tia. programme was put under way
the Murphy ciimi; out for u llmberms P
spin moiind the trade As Is well known,
the Seventy-first's lloor I as slippery as
I tfl'iss fier -plnnlne around tor a lew
a burlier rnnklnK du lo havltiif morn In
dl lili.nl point winners
lUMtiiilmll Tuftni tJcttlns llfatly fi.r a i lap ind inovini: at a fast clip Harry took
la hMulvr i. lined by hi wheel slipping
ihi pa(il 0, )l0 ,rilcl(i 0 went
Columbia's winter sports tiama will , ,u,lul ihe wall and dislocated hla
really lmi imdcr way this week when tl.c , . ........ ., ,. .i,,, ..n.-r lirother. fU
unlvnrsltr opens after the Christmas lot-si , . - a(u,rwar, n,i escaped
.Mfhoiuli tl... ba-.l,etbnll. nwlmmltiir ami s,,rin,.tl w list and his head not
hoclioy i viims ha already playeil n . ' .
jranms of their reMn-. tlve schclulo.. nil I tho "7,I(."1) slw.at W. W Shcppard.
l.ll'..M.b V.(UllV3ie .11 lll"" n.rv...
sport have lioen arrn.iKi'd for the weeks
thiil nro lo ciiii.o Tlm fenelt'K. itymnastle
Mid wmstllni: u.amn i.'lll not lietfln their
se.iauti for a week or two et and pos-lbly
nut until ofinr llm iniilyear eiatum.Ul.ms.
vhlcli miiii at the end of this month
the c-chainphMi Imir mller or the Irish
A (' . ami li t'.ann, the ris'ord holder
lor theSeienl' -nisi- lloor of I J7, met with
GOLFER TRAVIS IN FORM
VETEHAX III.VS PltHSIlU'.XT'S
(TV AT VtSlUIVnST.
Honnds In TS nnd J.t to Mind L'p the Holi
day Tournament Paul Hunter tho
Hiliuirr I'll A. .11, llobblns Takci
(Second Cup (iooil Play by Tufts.
PtKHitttRST, N. C, IJco. 31. Woltor 3.
Travis of Warden City once morn proved
hlmielf Invincible on the local links in
to-day's semi-llnal and llnal rounds of the
soventh holiday irolf tournament. Ho dis
posed of Itobert ll. Hunter or Midlothian,
Intereollczlato champion, In tho inornlne
by 7 and 6; and Ills cousin nnd clubmate,
Paul M. Hunter, ! up and I lo play, In the
Afternoon. Travls'o morning card was
7 nnd his afternoon 73 Tho match with
Paul Hunter was stroke for atroke all but
four of the seventeen holes played, being
halved, and a bad tour on the short seven
teenth losing Hunter tho match. At the
turn with modal scores of thirty-six nnd
fulled 111 I OIUI'l
i ( i r.'.n, i
. ' . . .. . V. i .. . .i i l r,.t ..i.n
Uthounh the linsUotbal! Miuutl linn 11 1 r the Kuiithi of M Mitony He la but
hiyoS In tlm first week uf thn mention, mere striplliiir and put up ii splendid race
Hurry I'lsher. the coach, had tho men hard ' for a Imv of his in .lies .About 100 yards
. ....i. i.. ,i.. nil ini nali from home Mel.ouiihlin iookcii iKoawn
lor theSeienl' -nisi iioor oi rsf. mei wiin t lilrtv-nlirlit Travis was no nnd the unit
dcleat at the baud "I I Ii Klvl.it, (mother ' ' "" 1wn , 1 , " ,JP' , J" .Jf?C
memlier of the ln-h A C h heppird boles wero halved Travis lost'tho
tne uisiaiice nun ttmat. sixienntu, a -o, nuiH34 in ins invorsetuon
villll Me yards I the Innlcli on llm Hiivunleenlli ureti
The i urdi:
1, I i I. I., (nruiinl IHI'I in.ni-i ...
ik. . ....in. ni .ue. , . .i..i". Il l vi' to the worked.
and lentre respectively of last years ue-1 ?J V)nl namlicip Won by A H. Itlchtcr.
torlotu tli. who wetu unalile to repolt lor, i.mijiiiia I.yciim. s fin I. .1 I'anlll. Iiominlcan
i.mmim n.rll.r In ih.. ...nn l.nv.i been on' Ijeetun. Icrt. siruuil, (.. J. .vanaocl. West
th floor and yesterday l isher put ahem l i'hT Tvon li I. n.Unii,:
thiough u stlrr diill with the varsity team r., .Mnerlentt A C; II. i:mm, Irish American
Neither Is certain tli.il he will be ablo to con-. ,, c, sreond; M. J Mclxiuchlln. Knights of
vlnuo thtouith until tlm end of tlm season, si nt.my. tldnl. 1 Imr. 1 minute M)3 0 recondt.
but they will probably pet in most of tlm 4io Siml Han NnvlT Won by J. McElvalne,
,n,... ;i,i 1...I.I h..f,irn tlm term ox- 1 Srventv Ural llrelnirnt; Unvld roUlier. ran.
ii tr.l,.nt (ni,.-. I, ....In In ihn inv Mchool. .court' . I . kM-oiiil. I. II baker. Dorolnlnui
hi. tl.es.i t w.i til.ivers back l'h'her coimU
on a teom that will dupllCKto llio work of
the Ilie Inst season when fourteou of tho
Ilfteeii tfamet played .vein won. the only
contest Inst belnit that with thn alumni
tlve, Jaques, a sophomore, was at centre
in tho irames t.recdlni; the Christmas test,
but his work tint, not up tu the stanilntd
and I'lsher itom look In tr around for a new
man lor the plat" as hn did not bellevo
nt that time that Alexander v ould be out
With tho veteran centre back lu tho anie.
hoiMiver, 'hat position is well taken wire
of, while Million will probably fit in with
Kiendl In tho forward line
llcKlnnini; liett Saturday Wm team will
plav a series ol live y.imes within two weeks
four of llieni belli In Hie Intel colletflate
championship aerie The first is with
Cornell nt Ithaca on January 7 and on the
following Wednesday tho live will
w.n,t.. thlnl. lime. A? 2 3 prccndS,
ui snl llun. Handicap Won hr J. K. .Del .
Meliauk A. 0.. 13 srd; It. A tiee. Mohawk
A l II ysril. ire.in.1, Thomas Hoian, l'atlnie
A. C. to anl. thlnl Time I minute 1J2S
line Mile ItPlay. llnnillrAP Opea to Y. M.
C .. (Inirch. Catholic, .Suii.Uy fchnol nnd Intrr
M lilcnifiit- Won bv rmtrnl M. '". A.. -'1 yanU.
wltt.t.i: (lorham Ii Vnlentlii". n II. Tcrllllr
ami W J Muriihy: Nailer A V . 5' yards, seion.l,
wnli I lihkr. I'rrniiaii. W J Mcnonoinili
.i u.l II ll'llntid llarl-ni M t A... ,n yar.l
. ..1 4 .1 4 4 .1 4 3 4 M
. 4 3 a 4 n a s 4 :
4 .1 4 4 .1 4 S .1 4 '377.1
Krlncetiui In New York Weslevall will 'll,rvnr.l . ill lanl. thlnl
come down to tho Columbia cymtiasium 30 1 .' Mronus
on .innuary 14 and on luenl.iy. .innuary
17, there I another came with Princeton,
this time nt Princeton. The llnal iramo
before the einmiiintlonn is on the follow
Inir l rliinv. w hen the snennd contest with
Cornell will bo held In tho Columbia gym
nasium Uter that there w ill be no came
until February , when tho Carlisle Indian
five will play The Cornell-Princeton iraum.
however, will be played 011 tho Columbia
court on Saturdiv. January :i
The hockey team, which bcuan Its season
niir.reriillv b wlnnlnir successive irame
In Cleveland Irom the Case School of Ap-
1'aul Hunter's mornlnk' round was with
Parker W. Whlttomnin of the llrookllne
Country Club, whom ho defeated 4 un and
2 to play. Homer Hoycr of Soutliboro
won the consolation from .1. M. Thomtiaon
of Sprlnshavcn e up and 3 to play.
Ill the second division A. M. llobblns
of Garden City advanced on a twenty holo
win from Kdwin A. Freeman of New York,
and defeated C. II. Hudson of tho Iloohostor
Country Club & up nnd 4 to play. The
star of the lowor divisions whs Master
Itlchard H. Tufts, the 14 year old ton of
Ieonard Tufts uf lloston, ownor of Plne
hurst. who won the fourth division as a
result of two nineteen holo vlotories In
his mornlns match with II. K. Itlchard.
of the Atlanta Athletic Club the youthful
colter was 4 down at tho turn. In his
afternoon match with I.. A. Coffin. Jr .
of Now Vork tho wore was all oven at the
turn. On thn Hnventeenth Mauler Tufts
!';' "iih ri ,hc? I Vlii-ir.1 iMrrcitand nnlhl" "I'fonent donny one. but youmr
c im , ilmr ",ok ,lie Hirhtecnth lo even tho
1 3-. V.nl H.'llandK",' Won b? W. KUhcr. ""' on '"lra hole.
IrWi Mn'rl.sn A c . I yard I' (iordon. Do I lie summary
pilnlrati l.jeeuni, l janls. vcnnil, A. Miller. PreMilenl'a Cup Seml dnal round-Paul M,
KriUht of Ml. Anion;. II j.inlv thlnl Unit, Hunter. Midlothian, beat Parker W. Whltttmore.
31 3 'i rrcii nils. I HrooUllne Country. 4 and 3. Walter .1 Trail.
line, Mile llun. Handicap W..n by W II. (iarden City, heat llotiert 1'.. Hunter. Midlothian,
vetleher Nntlon'il i-, S-1 ar.l II. W flnrlns. ' 7anda
1 uini imnnti i ravi neai t'flui imnier, jana
3 Up; It. S. Tutu. Ilnitnn. hul It. It. rtlchinlL
AtlanU A.O.. I up (ID holes)
Final Hound Tufts heat Cornn. t up (10 hole).
Intmolatlon Semi llnal round -J. Ilarber.
Enirlewood. heat II. H. Aihby. Ynunuknh, 1 up
(ID boles); J, A. human. Mala, Plilladelptila. beat
.- racy. Mouth Cm entry, Conn., 4 and 3.
l lnal Hound human heat llarber, 7 anil li.
IIAKVAIllt LAW niXS.
Forward Pass I'.nd In Touchdown Asnlnst
Notilhern rnntball Team.
Mr.MPnis. Tenn., Dec. 31. Tho ull Houth
orn football team held tho "Harvard law
school aqiiad of former football starn In
the first half to-day Then tho Harvard
quarterback, (lalattl, with tho assistance
f Wllllainn executed a forward pass nnd
Williams chased across the goal with tho
only touchdown of tho irnme. He com
pleted a vo yard run nnd no iroal was kicked,
so tho score wan 3 to 0. ,
The kiiiuo was bitterly fouirht, the battlo
wairinu backward and forward In each
eleven s territory 1 ho Harvard represen
tatives plainly ahowod the odoots of Uiolr
hard enmo In Nashville yeuterdny, but
battled Kamely with plenty of puntlne
tavtlcn which added many yards. Tho
Southerners showod unexpected strength
In Individual defensive work Klnnebrow,
tho Riant lankln, who made an All Southern
eleven this season and who Intends to enter
Harvard law school after flnMilnir his
course nt tho University nf Mississippi,
plaved uKuluat Capt. ITsh and held his own.
With thn excnptlnn of tho touchdown
Harvard was nover nearer than within
twelve yards of a touchdown Tho South
erners narrowly missed srorinir a safety
when Marre, thn Little Itock star, tackled
Dewey with tho ball aftnr the kiokofr nt
tho start of tho same on Harvard's own
two yard lino.
Harvard soon punted out of danger,
however Carter, Ie, Klnnebrow, Protho
and Marrn for tho All Southerns played
star games. Fish, Crump. Acker, I'fellTrr,
Onl&ttL White nnd Hoard were the beat
defensive players for the Crimson sqund.
ine Harvard team leit to-nigni tor ew
Orleans to spend Sunday. They meet
Louisiana on Monday In llaton Itouce.
plav I iu.-iiiin l.vreuin. 30 vard. cind. P Newton. I
I .inc. iii.i.uirs 1
Consol.ilton Soml final raun.l - Homer Ituier.
SouihtKiro. Is-ai Julian T lllhon. llrooklawn
Two Mile lllr-rle IUndle Won by I'.. II I Cu ntrv. :nd 1 J S Thompson, Spring navro.
(hwdwln. Irlkh Arierlrnn r . i;u yards. Charles , tjeatll.fj I'oltpmc. rot Hill. 1 up,
II ltnhnn.mii. lrlli ii 'frtc.iii A ('.. 70 rdk, Unal Hound lloyer beat Thompon, oanrt 3.
econd. II. A CioUkC. Muowk A. C. 133 yards. Oovernor'a up- ,sm.nal round-C II. Ilu.1
.klnl XI. ne I iiilr.l.le. .1 4 ke.vin. u son. llochckter Coiintrv. beat (ieorcr Wilson.
(Hie Mile llelay Mtindlrap Military .imieqe .n.i.p r. o i. iioiiiiin. k.ar.ien my.
Wen by Thirteenth lteilrnnl. (4 ard
eetv nri necirieiii, .-si jarus. kerenu
Seventy tirt Pediment second team, as yards,
third 1 lire. 3 inlrulr ?s ernndk.
lenMlleHun Mnnhyl (illhert, Mohawk , C.
M Xrtj'iei Carlllr Indian hcs.kii. econd. T
liw;er MihawL A (.' . Ililnl 1 hue. S3 rcltiules
4 3 icinii'li.
rcolleglate championhlp. For the first ,. , l,nl;eiball team m.nli-ht ilefraied I Southbero. beat K llelkrl. Koi HIM. 3 and 1:
In Its history the Mine and White .even 1 L" r",' 'r'iuv of n iThmte? is tn is Ih! " -s-. 'b"'1'"'. Ard.ley beat J I). C. Itumsey.
had a profcslonnl i onch. nnd although i ,h" ' n ,7.?.n,l of iiT i hnir in. in m m ' trooUlyn. I up,
sound wns eriously weakened by the l"T,'e"J2i V$u ' I'lnafltound-Mllllitan beat flurstlne I up.
....... r..... ..w.. ...w ...... u . oiini.i .'ip ocmi-i.nai ro'inu i. a. lomn,
goals Jr . New York, heal I. C Hopkins. C-esernt A . C
1nlo.li lisxi had a nonderful nrr.iv of nlavers
and Den' rn:n eton, 2'J lo 3, and ur
Harvard. to 0
llarvunl li.nl ,i mlglity team in U)l and
Coach and Former Player Tells tthy He
- Favors It.
The subjoined letter Is from n football
coach and former football player. What
ever the merit uf the arguments his assump
tion that Tne Sun did not know that the
forward pass had in view weakening of the
defence is Incorrect Nearly everybody
knows that Ho points out a better method
of weakening the defence, legislative re
striction, u plan advocated last ear by no
less an authority than Walter t'mnp, and
one which only "seemed Inexpedient."
The writer of tho letter and the writer of
Till. Si n article agree that the forward pas.
has its u-os but differ us to its having any
If scoring points make- a plav valuable
came aloiij with annth'T exceptional team, . the ball could be thrown over the uoal line
beatliiL I'lln.eton. IV to mid slamming ' for touchdowns. 'I lie letter follows
Harv.tid to u. Princeton turned out a, . ., , , . . . , ,.
Btilshed team In 1U03 and got nway with. An arllcle In Tun SUMif December 1 eonrern
Jale, II to ti. Harvard's 19ns eleven was a ' InE iwsslble football chanitc vnliek the opinion
veisatlle and strung uuttlt and beat n good i of roost people that the three mimic periods of
Tula lean; 4 to o In IIV1 .i, had n no-, rrst hive tittle to lecommeul mem. but In ad
IV ?hV1.k .IJ C i ''" !'' . "." I ocntlnlr the abolition of tho forward pa. sliows
eround learn and beat Prltitoton. 17 to u. a m,t mpcnicUl knowledge of the ui the play
beat Harvard, s to o, and wasn t stored on M-rir
all.Maoii 1 Although an adherent of the oil rame rather
J hern are thoi who think Drown s lti.1.) 1 than of the r.eiv. (he writer feel that the forward
Yalo team had more actual power than an v pas Is not getting a -fair deal' and that it I
that ever played. Its totai of points agniint ! being OIscuvmM In a one sldel manner A.ldc
Printotoii nnd Harvard was imposing I fn'"n Its spectarnlar. anil ki popular, character,
8o was Harvard's total against Pennsyl- i aside from the Met thit It adds a ground gaining
vanla and lain lu lliol. ami that was a Ire- m" blllty b; the jnie ithailtlaatinksetlsproinl
mend.iuly powerful array, with great drlie I "hV",Uin" . 1, ...'.V.'1. JriT1-..n'"'" nl
put 1'eniK.v liania away. .1.1 to u, and burled
lam ui..ir a to o -..ore in wis line
oiled Science and Western lleserve
have Its first taste of real Intercollegiate
hockey this week when It faces Princeton
in the opening game nt the round for thu
intercollegiate championship. For the first
loss of four of the lust players through
Ineligibility l'ercy i.e scuer, tne oacn.
has built up u strong defensive combina
tion. Although rnUier weak in attack, ihe
forward line has a heady plarr In J S.
Hates, a taw student, who .nine from McCilll
a year uko .o guinea uuiaiue ui mosw .
in tlm intercollegiate series havo been
scheduled, but It la hoped that a short trip I
will be arranged for In February, when Ihe
team will Journey to Albany to meet Will
lams, ltenssalaer Polytechnic Institute und
the London Held cum. ims trip una
usually been included In the Columbia
Inir Mini Close HoukIi Catnr
llornrsnn, Deo. :tl In a gnmo charac
terized by roughnes and loon playing
beat Hllwln A. Freeman. New Vork. 1 Un ilw-ents
llnal Kound-ltohblns beat Hudson. .1 and 4.
Conolallon-Ketni nnal round -II. W. Onos
bee. Alpine, beat Hubert Jewell, berdeen.
S H. 7 and a v. II lay. Dellerlse, beat j. K.
names, npring riaveu.aanu z.
final Hound- Kay heal (irmtbee. I up.
Secretarj'a Cuo .semltlnal round T. S
I.lcnv. Sea I lie. beat It II UrOlelUn. I'm Hills
3 ami 2.1. w Adair. Atlanta Athletic, beat T.J.
lecu. AlldllDOn. s up.
1'lnal Hound Adair
ConsolaUon Serai llnal round
, Check. Audubon. 2 u
-Adair beat l.lppy. I up 01 holes).
novott mntxa at iwni.Axn's.
Miss Mulhul rik I If til With the l.an-t'om
Fired with enthiislnsm ns n result of wit
nessing the rough tiding exhibition given
by Miss l.uclle Mulhul and ,11m (Inbrlnl, tho
youngsters quite outdid themselves nt the
Diirland Academy yesterday morning, The
rough riders camo first and by tho tlmo they
had finished every boy und girl In the place
were ready to risk their live In nn effort to
duplicate the performance.
Miss Mulhul uses a seventy tool ropo
moro skilfully than most men nnd she
managed to Iumo Gabriel's pony at nearly
every point of his anatomy First she
flung the big loop over his head, then she
raiulit up his forefeet while hn was can
tering and finally sho put the lasso neatly
around Gabriel's neck ami tethered him
to tho pummel of her saddle.
The afllnlty race, which wns next on the
programme, wan a modified edition of this
lust feat, for oach cavalier was required to
ride up to tils partner, select hor from the
color of her ribbon and then race around
the ring tied together with this ribbon.
Miss Louise lllsbee and Fred Davis worn the
first cnupln to mnkn the circuit with their
ribbon intact, hut Miss Margaret Tompkins
and Mastor fs'vy wre only a secoud be
hind Miss Ylola Flannery and W, i;, ).
Stokes. Jr., finished thin! In the rnco and
received tho yellow rllilion, whlln tho white
went to Miss Jean Kerbs nnd .Master Van
Young Stokes wns more fortunate In the
Jumping class, for mounted on his diminu
tive gelding Jeffrie lie won Hr"' prlrn
and defeated Walter Crane' good tittle
hunter Prince. Miss Jean Herbs wa-plnced
third and Mis Margaret Tompkins fourth
in the hunting class. The .lumpa wero good
stiff ones and took the horses over rail
fences, stone walls and water Jumps
An exhibition of corroot. riding which wns
Intended ns an Incentive to keep the youngs
ters up to form was Judged by Mrs. It K,
Sause, Mrs. I'.. (1. Ktrkland and Miss Ocorgio
Whltcomb. It wns no easy matter to dis
tribute the ribbons, for the class waa well
filled with tlev.r equestrian. The blue
ribbon wns finally fastened on the brldla
of James Doiiflns's mount, the red went to
M s Margaret Tompkins, the vellow t&
Mls Louisa lllshee and the white to Fri
vicTonr Fon sr. ,onx's. i
Loral UaskrWiatlTram Defeat, rteilryan,
44 to .11.
St John's College tepm defeated We.
Isyim nt bnskeilinll last night by a score of
ll In .11 'I ho local boys outplayed their
oppoueni at all stages of tho game and
would probably havo rolled up a larger
scorn had they not played three suhsti
tulcs during thn last half. The featum
of tho game was thn team work of St. John'.
In Ihe (list half they had tho Wesleyans
bewildered In tho last half Wesleyan
plaved a much hotter game, scoring so of
their 31 point. Haywood, Wesleyan.
scored nine ha.kot, Pellgruo of St. John'
came next wltJi five bnskots,
I he lineup.
nifht foiwsrd . . ..Try
I .eft forward Keenan
. I enlre t)..i....
U.K. ii K'laru..
Score M. John's, II. Ueslr van, 31.. Subside -Weslevan
Mllson for Parkinson, Crane for
layunod M .iolin Hums for Keenanr Vatea
Hr' UvsTcnce1"1 "rlM"0" V"my' '"'"-
Duncan Not (Hit nf thr .Mohawk A. C.
.llm Duncan, captain of the Mohawk A. C.
stated last night that he had not resigned
from his club. There wns a misleading
aiory to that effect In one of the newspapers.
Duncan, who Is the Junior rhsmnUn
with Hie discus, further nrfded that in wu13
never leave the Mohawks. woum
PEFEXOS FOKWAltlt PASS.
the winning touchdown In the last I Ale 1'rlncci.in
game. Its must Important use Is tu weaken the
The de.slrr of the public aud of the rules com
mlttee Is to have the game Interesting and kafe.
which means. It Is claimed, delng away with mats
plays in order therefore In les-en the attacking
imwer the number of men behind the line Is
limited lo four and both pushing and pulllnc un
prohibited since Ihe old fashioned game had
demonstrated that an unrestricted defence cn'iid
rope with eien Mi men behind the line wh.i .ould
push and pull all they pleased. It Is patent tb.it
Ihe prcMnt weakened atlark could not advance
Ihe ball save by having new plays given II or b
weakening the defence llolh were d.me The
new plays added were the onslde kirk. Ihe for
ward lias and ticrmlsslon li the ftcvt tnun e.'-lv
Inc the ball from the snapperback Ki run with It ,
wherever he pleasej.
J or weakening Ihe defence two method were '
aiaiini.a- compelling me men to sianil ulthlti
certain limits or del (slug sui li t.ovklljlllrle (,,,
Tills iein. -n far i lb.. I.kIimi i ,,f n, I "if attack that a defence against (hem would
wr ler is "incenie. . make the uli team of 1 5t f."..'?' ,r ,vh ""i Ijackcrs n,e
Hill th- Hiruiigrst nrrav of all It I Z nil !lr"1 mr(l""l '"'incd Inexpedient, ilncc It would
iiiiill t.it ll .I m. , ,,ini. It u..,r.L jneAiit more rules, more nfticlals. moic
; ' ,,1 , J. . i,,V "Hn" t I I enaltlesanit more delay.. Therefore ihe second
NU) Inc lint jdilgtneiits would dlljer greatly was ihe obilous one The onslde kick and the
Id tanking the different nlavers In coming forward pas did Just ttil. thing, automaticalis
tx a decision a to their re at ve worth Pawning the second line of defence i.e
but :i anv event the lestilt Is an actua . I pelllng men lo be drawn bark an.t outnf it io
In n hurricane uttiuk. Ihe nt :ns team
h-id a itemolinhltig ns well as a i arled altai k
in order tu compare the players of thee
different team a luillvl.lii.il performeis
tho end-, tackle, guard and the players
of all the r.'her positions have been clat-l-fl.id
ai'ioiJ.ng lo position and then rated
lli lho-e positions in v hlch theni are two
pl.ii or lo :i team end, tackles, guard and
hall tin. I- the idea ha been to select the
bs'it pair polble, toM-lecl two men w ho as a
P'l.r ovcclled any other pair, though In
dlviduHi ouo or both may not have been
at, enicien' as some other oue end.
l-ncli pair of end has been ranked from
t to lu.nnd the occupants or all the othor
position simil.irlv ranked Then ll.o total
point lor each team liave been computed.
According to this plan the team with the
HDinllest (ot.il (it r.nnitu I. ll... '. r.t fl.A un
eleven ( I.o-.jii at the still lor comparison. ' fr"1'" limits or drilslng such posklbllllles fur
'n.i.. ... r.. ... ..... . W. ' I Ihe attack that a defence al-m nsl Ihem u,...i.i
1911 MODELS LIMOUSINES
LANDAULETS AND TOWN CARS
fnhdwfnefcoloKSler Gr"n' 'nd',n B1U'' """" Brown- Carmine
l'Jll " Mlent Six" Lanrlaultt. SO H.
The extreme Jllence of the Mitheson Silent Six. coupled with
its exceptional flexibility (4 mile, an hour on high Jear), luxu
r ous closed body equipments, easy riding quaHtles. treat
u'frt v,ov," J"d S,rlln? dependabllltv combine to make
It the Ideal closed car for city and suburban use.
Matheson Automobile Company
New York Branch Salesrooms and Garage : 1886-88 B'way
Factory and General Offices. Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania
cVr Our Exhibit at Mndaon Square Hhoxc, Jan. 7-14.
Unglblo team, one that really ha ousted" , fi-ird agalnn kirks an. passes iu ihe ml.lb.sik
'.otlietual one, as 111 Hie i uso I 111 ')' uanger oi allowing a large number of
ruul not a I.
ol Ml li.eru.m
I'le wrller ((insiders Shevlin and Uaf
men lo dlie and scramble for a loose ball cnivci '
Hid liiwrllun of a rule wheicby a kicked hill i
fcrly the hct pair of end the game has ' '"', not become an onkldc kick uulll It has
taiow-ti In the i.eno'l ..f tinm coVerby W ? ' I'i JJ'' iiRS',l2i """.'.fJ I" W rV?l h?."1L'
ten 'euns Alavi.e
llinkei' ne ('..,,,, .1. oil "' ."" V "1 " 1 ' """s' in u lar os kirnrii Halts
o- Kiipat... h aa liette end than K 1 SJ '
l .rrVSV V. i i ' i" i h,.!"v."n nnd lo struggle against nine or lin men lefi n the
ii -"'' i-.ii .r-'.-i .in me reei. .iii nun mt.h.ii nncs 01 ucrence. a lasn auso
Dims aii'l ll.uirv ol I'liineion ate ranked luul; impossible I
next mid Ihe other as follows, n. I Wuht here Is Ihe mosl Important funcllon I
Ciiupbei. uid llowilltcli, 4, llnvkey and I "' forward pas ami the undiscussed one i
Uretiiu.il .. )iiloii and (lell.ert ii, K. The ball must by rule fall within the twenty'
D.'itii' aid Logan 7, llallowell and ( och-' !',"n and the difrnce must take men from
tiii n in" .inn iiniK.'iw .i. i (iv and i :.t. .. ... .... .wu.-unit .
i "i' 'ev und llniwn . . . I
.'Hi. rriiil....! In tin., r..1...
S i1.".1 ' 0 (""' l,l?'i'.1" ' -'..W'llbs and
Wlmc M -li i and l'il, 4 lUnomer and
HMlini ... t turn I. ami llillebraud ii
Hogan mi li'iiney 7, Liliev ami ohb
8, I ! .lid Hniighloii 'I, Wagoiihursl
nn.i I' ii ii lo. i ootiev .uid Heed Kank
li g t .inds i a pu.ler sure en.iimh
There n i I. Kniple a llcilclilngei- nnd
Mom-..:.. iu ru and (inelii.t ll..,.,, i
aheld.ui '.. and llin.nii.l Wharloii and ,.' rm,'1!',.'',!i'.-.
Uoodi 'T o . .insider Amlrii and fioeliel 1 " """ ""
un.' " ii'i ' lass giintii and there never
j.ee iim ii i i li.ibmi . I a pair In one mi. i
ill (inter to lie a game Ihe attack mint 1...
i tionurr than the defcuie, and the piiMntallaik ,
tiir.niil gain gro'ii.d unles ihe defence l scat I
temi and wiakcned. Tl.c forward pass, whether i
or nut 11 Is mi best way, Is Ihe one thing which
do's scatter and weaken ll Tim M'.'I'h stale
mint ll.nt the play Is ' without ilrluc sale as a '
'prcn. Ml.ir appeal' Is unfounded and Incorrect .
It Is the feeling of the wilur that ihe retention
of U.ls pin a necessity, Inn thai the came
wl.. be mt ii . by duli.g away with ihr four.
i niKis anil -cnlne the yards lu be gained
There or i hat., been rim ted drat
dc-oi .e 1 1. i tb..' -ingle giuiids (Ibf
r.ll ei llrnwn it it I lilacs were a shade
bcl j ..ai. eillier
I iiio.i n is the ranking of the guards
First tu... u aiidlioelicl. i, HflTelflnger
and Murr -on. .1. Ilioivti and .Sheldon i
Whnrijti .ml Wondnifi s, tii.isn and lo
e, I.co and lUrniid. 7. lie Witt and Dillon
e llniti nnd llpnliifi. 'i. llo.il and lluideii
JU, Oioivui and Armstrong.
Thu r-.nkitig or the oilier positions
C'et.lros l Hull. 2, Sanford: 3. Holt i,
Js'ourse s, tiniley, ii, t)l. utt, 7, (ireene. x,
lioiiey , Short. ID, Jaftr.iy,
Oiiurterbicks l, Dali . s, Ilockwell: .1.
WiHIiims. 4. Howe: ;,, Smith. Cutler. 7
f'lnrttn; , ll'irbour. a, Marshall, in, Vetter
ein lltirbaeks-1, McCluiu and Illlss.
J!(s''ey and Haiinnrd :t. Coibell and While;
i. f'hadwiek and Aleicalf, i. Unman and
ittstiiirti fl. Shame and I'hadwlck 7 liihiiin,.
' k nii'is ami ii air. in. uaier nn.i nnrt
i a . hack I, (uy . Ituttet worth :t
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- lion 'lian, s, iieui line ii' er
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s, me, icji, pom tne, inn;
ii it. ii dicAiii; i m:h tns.
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At the Seventh Annual
to be held
in the Grand Ball Room of the
during the week beginning
MONDAY, JANUARY THE SECOND
the 1911 Models of all Leading Foreign Cars
will be shown, including
BENZ DAIMLEPs DARRACQ C. 0. V.
DE DION BOUTON ISOTTA ITALA METALLURCIQUE
NAPIEPs PANHARD PEUGEOT RENAULT
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Burr tr Co., A. P. Dcmsmt t- Co. and J. M. Qjimby 6- Ca
These new models tro direct from rhe
London and Paris Shows and will not be
exribked i any other Show in New York
Concert Afternoon and Evening
I ITt 11 111 IV I IWl 11 lt Wl IH 111 1WM 111 in 11 111 in in 11M 111
The 1911 catalogue prices of Overland
automobiles were determined on Sep
tember 1, 1910, based solely and wholly
upon their actual intrinsic value, and
these prices are guaranteed to remain
unchanged until July 31, 1911, by which
time all of this season's models will have
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delivered being shipped within three
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