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4 NEW YORK, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1912. Copvright, 1912, b the Sim Printing and Publithinp Association.
FORM REVERSALS END IN
MISS MARCUS'S DEFEAT
Mrs. 11. X. Williams Takes Two
Hard Fought Sets and
(Jot ham Title.
CHAMPION AGAIN LOSES
Willi 0. F. Watson as Partner
.Miss Ilrownc Succumbs in
True to form, or rather reversal of
foim that has been shown throughout
the tournament for the women's metro
P il tun championship nt the West Side
Ten!"!' Hub In West 238th street, Miss
h'rtin Marcus lost the final. match yester
for tho title to Mis. It. N. Williams,
formerly of Chicago, ami more recently
cf Providence, In stralRht sets, by scores
of 7 -B. ( I. Tho games were hard
fought, with each of the contestants show
ing the speed that had 'carried them
nMy through the preliminary rounds.
Although both players Hern on edge
for the match, Mrs. Williams was the
steadier of the two, and wore down her
opponent by her driving play. The win
tit's g imc was of tho slow but sure
s!t. . which was considerably In contrast
with In nihility that was shown by Miss
Jlntcus in Mashes. The games were very
even, s were, the points. In the first set,
the Karnes wrio even up lit four. Miss
Marcus then pave her friends a rhance
to enthuse for a shoit time by taking the
Kid on th" ninth same. Mrs. Williams
then made deuce mid won the set by tak
ing the next two names.
The hard work of the first set seemed
to help Miss Marcus, for she started the
t-cond set In tlno shape and won the
lirt game by 4 points to 2. The play
was neck and neck for the rest of the
set Mrs. Williams won the tourney
by snatching the last three games of the
The tesult of the seml-llnnl match of the
mixed doubles was as great a surprise as
the uomtn's singles, for theie was not n
( enon present but expected that
Miss Prow no, the national outdoor title
holder, and her partner, C. F. Watson,
w mid win from Miss Fonno and Mr.
vt'ienn, Th- fotmer pair sturted the
ii, atoll In whirlwind st)h; and had little
trouble In taking the Hist Mi by a scoiu
of 61, but weakened and lost the next
tvi i sets, I! ti ami 3 H. Miss Browne's
net work was a i evolution, for she socmid
to bo nil over the centre of the court, and
her service was of the highest older. The
team work, however, was not up to that
of the wlnneis. The final match, between
Miss Kenno and Mr. Wrenn and Mrs.
Bnrger-Wallnrh and Mr. Little, will be
plc'ivi-i! to-mormw afternoon.
Mrs. William become n double winner
later In the afternoon when she and Miss
Bunco won tho llnal In the women's
doubles by default from Mrs. Touch and
Mis" Handy. The final set In the con
solation singles had to be called off on
account of darkness. Miss Kami and
Miss Cnssell had each won a set, with
Miss dssell showing the best form.
Women' Sineles Final round- Mr. H. N.
VUuuir.s defeated Mb K. Marcus, i 5, 4.
bcure. by point:
K II 1ST SKT.
Mr-. H .V. Williams. I 1 1 5 4 S S 4 3 5 & 4--IJ- 7
ill's U. Marcus.. 2 4 4 3 2 4 7 1 5 3 3 t- 311- 4
.Summary Mr. William. Nets. 5; outs If;
s( b) placement. 7; double fault.. 4: service
sec. 3 ill M.ireus New. ID; out, II; ace by
ti.nctr.fni. 11. double faults, 0. service urea, o.
Mr tl V Williams. .. 2 7 7 I 4 2 4 S S 4-41-
Ml- Marcus I ii i: I 03 2--3S-4
.v.mnaty Mrs. William: .Vet, ; out. 17;
I liv luitirnietit, lu; double fault.. 3; service
V v ti Ml M.-ircus- Nets, 15; outs, 10; aces by
pirn einenl. 'i (Inutile faults. 0; service. 0.
Miicu liouhlc Scml-tinal round Miss I'enno
ri ' i. Virrnn defeated Mls K. 1. Ilrown and
1 ; v .ii-oa. I a, iv- 3. ft 3.
v .men Double I loal round Mrs. H. .V.
U mi ins and Miss Jlunc won from Mr. Pouch
i i l Handy by default.
inflation .spicle Semi-final round Miss
lare - 11011 defeated Mrs. Lehman, rV J, 97.
rinai tei'ind Incomplete Set even between
Mi tii ami Mlsi hune when darknens set In,
i'- ire il 1. 1 .
MICHAEL SCORES FROM FIELD.
V llllnio. l'uiiler Helps Well In
(lime Willi Sprlnnfleld.
Wilijamstown. Mass., Oct. 5. Will
lam d feated tho SprltiKfleld Training
t-i iiool in to 0 this afternon at football.
W'l'oim s touchdown ramo from the
quickr.i'.si of Its men In getting down tho
tit Id on punts, I'rlndle recovering Toolan's
long punt front the centre of the field,
back of the goal. Later when the bull
had been pushed to within IB yards of
Fprlngfleld's goal Michael dropped back
ten arrli and booted It squarely between
Twice after this Mlchtiel tried for a
(rial fioiu the Held and once missed by
Ihi- bill striking thn crossbar. Walker,
'n of Candidate Walker for Governor,
nt Michael. Toolan, Hrlseoll, Oarfleld
aril Ifiinnewell played good ball for Will
iam., and Heghold, McLean. Hell, Capt,
K ' and llorno for Springfield.
Ttui score :
WP'Uris l'oltlnns. Springfield T H.
... Ixrt end My era
Ieft tackle Iloanlman
... I.cft Euard Hall
.. Illslit guard Mcllaa
. . ltlnht tarklo McLean
oai l . ... Hlpht end Fountain
ell ... vuarternarK Kelley
Ix-fl halftiack , , , , Ilenhuld
Itlcht halfback llorno
llllamt. 10. Sprlnirflold T. S.,(l. Touch-
I'Miulle lioal from touchdown Michael,
i' fi'.m lien Michael, huhslltutlnns Williams
' ' fur Shafer for Mawin. Pbllltpa for Cham
Ii ' ii iirlscull. Clark for Toolan: .Springfield
1 " f lli-ll fur lers. Ilatchelilrr for Mall. Hall
'' ' itrk, Shea for y.i lcan, lllanchard for
i.i'i (l iji-r for Kelley. Hefcree Andrews
' i I rnolre lwe of Dartmouth. Lines
r v urnpbell oMIroun. Time Kour 10 minute
Other I'ootlmll fiamea.
" ' burg. 1; irayette Scrubs, .
' H-'ii, in. Wyoming Hemlnary, 0.
i n', I'j K und M., 0.
m -rd St hnol. 16; Perklomen. 0.
I ui l'reshmen, 7; I.awreneeTllle, I.
1 - urK. t, Lebanon Valley, Q.
I' liool. 13. Williamson. 0,
l inn ritute, 41; Carnegie Tech, 9.
' , Albilght, 0
' - ' reshinen, 46, Willi. ton Academy,
' s. bool, 14, Taft Kehool, II.
" auilrmr, Hi Kingston, .
. M I. 38, U. O of Itlchmond. .
E'on and I.ee, 30; Weitern Mary-
31, Worce.ter Tech, 13.
i - it f. 32, Lawrence TJ., 0.
I . I , 3d, Urury College, 0.
i K'on V of tit. Loula, 41; Kliurtltff
" ' 'fn, 34. fane, c.
K ' l:l. 13. Indiana, t.
i) Wetlcyun, 6.
' I'nion s; lleiierve, 0,
' 4 Wltlrnberg. 0.
' o'h, S5; Dttirbeln, 0,
i'C 13, Wi Htnilnster, 3.
iilurn. 13; lluchtell, 3. ,
ir High, n, l'hllllpsburg High, 0.
' 10 iiw n. i'7 , Ml Marya, 0
; . .rlillt. luu, Murvllle College, 1.
ui 21; Ie Pauw. 0.
s n Ddini. Ht. Ilonaventurs, .
v n-1. la Itanilottih-Macon, 0.
own, 27. Mount 8t. Mary's. 9.
' ' -ui. k. Van Iterouielarr, 0,
X'nlan, 7 llnbart, ti
Vl 14 Tufts, 0,
" 1." CulKale, 0
" ' New Hampshire, 14,
I I'dhurn, 0,
i-.liy nf Clntlnnatl. 124; Tranaly
' Kenyon, 0.
Mknig.n, 34, Can, t.
IN THE WATER 37 HOURS.
flnmonn Kirluimer Brenks Ills onn
world's nreoril for nt Purse.
Apia. tntnM. .a .
ii . i icier jonn
Jewell, the aged Snmoan swimmer who
uniir man twenty years has held
the record for long dlstnnce nnd entlur
ance swims. hrot hi. . ..
. , . " n irvum WHS
week by remaining 37 hours and 12 mln-
uirirt . a i.I 7 wnoui support of nny
kind and without partaklnir of food.
.. . purse or izoo put up by for-
f J?" '.'llSr" 10 ,hl!, "rt nn n nddl
lonal $700 subscribed by ndmlrlnc na-
Newell'. ni .. . .
on his ..eighth blVthd, v 3r
NEW YALE STAR SHINES
IN DEFEAT OF SYRACUSE
Lefty Flynn Looks Like An
other Coy, .Milking Two of
the Three Touchdowns.
MARKLE KICKS ALL GOALS
Effect of Secret Practice Easy to
See in Improvement of
New Havkn, Oct. 5. Showing the re
sult of the secret practice of tho past
week the Yale football team, playing
without either Capt. Spalding or Bomels-
ler, defeated the stionir Syracuse team this
afternoon nt Yale Field by a si-oro of 21
to n, Markle each time kicking the goal
after the touchdown. The game uncov
ered a star of Yale football who promises
to be the 1k-sI back In Jour- with the ex
ception of Ted Coy. That was Lefty
Flynn,, who was Ineligible last e.ir.
Flynn to-day tore through the line again
and again besides doing the punting. He
doesn't hug the ball and bi nd over ns Coy
does, but runs along something like an
nntelope. and a penalty for hurdling which
followid this once this aftei noon prevented
another touchdown, for Yale, for Flynn
had crossed the line fur his third touch
down. He made two of the thro" touch
downs that counted and Phllbln made the
Castles, who was Jhc star of the Syra
cuse team, was Injured In the first period,
but would not .leave his team and con
tinued Into the second period, when the
coaches demanded that he leave tho game.
Castles of Yale twice tried to boot the ball
over for a drop kick, but once the ball
went low and the second time It went
wldo of the goal post.
The Yale team changed Its lineup time
and tlmo again nnd In the quarterback
jiosltlon used Cornell twice, Cornish,
Loftus and Dyer, Cornell appearing tho
All the scoring was done In the first
half of the game, two of the touchdowns
In Jii first period, nnd the third In the
second. The first touchdown came when
Talbot blocked Castlo's kick and Avery
fell on the ball on Syracuse's 20 yard line.
Flynn took tho ball and went smashing
thtough for the touchdown. The second
came after Wnrren had thrown Probst
on Syracuse's 20 yard line after the kick
off. Fnrber madn eighteen yards when
Phllbln missed the tackle, but after that
the Yale lino held. On the fourth down
Castles tried a run across the field and
Dallauer drove him back so that It was
Yale's ball. Phllbln made eight yards
and then Cornish carried It to the one
yard line, from where Phllbln took It
The third touchdown came when, after
Flynn had kicked nearly to the Syracuse
goal line, Father misjudged the distance
nnd Avery got the ball, A forward pass
from Flynn to Gallauer brought the ball
to. tho IB yard line nnd time was called.
At tho beginning of the second period,
Flynn smashed through for the touch
down. The lineup:
Yale. I'oftltinnn. Svr&cuae.
In end Ayllng
Left tackle I.udllngton
l.efl guard Camp
(light guard llllftngrr
Itlirht tackle Ilrnwn
lllghl end Whlttskrr
irt nauuacK Mmitn
Phllbln ... Hlght halfback Castlct
Flynn. fullback . . . Probst
Score Yale, 31: Syracuse, 0. Touchdowns
Flynn, 2; Phllbln, (joali from touchdown
Uarkle.S. Substitutions Yala-Shehlon fur Call
auer, Harbison for Talbot, llandall for Cooney,
Cooney for Kandall, Green for Cooney, Martyng
for Ketrham. McNeil for Martyng, Itandall for
York, Pendleton for Warren, carter for Avery,
Cornell for Cornish, Ixiftus for Cornell, Cornell
for l-oftus, Dyer for Cornell, lleckrrt for Markle,
Daker for lleckert. Madden for Phllbln, Caatlea
for Flynn. Welser for Castles, .Syracuse- llobblns
for Allng, Ayllng for Armstrong, Krnsselarr for
Ayllng, Throckmorton for llllflngrr, Probst for
Ilrown, MrKlllgnt for Probst, Seymour for
Whlttakrr, Sroticld for Castles, Wood for Probst,
Iteferee Ingford of Trlnlt. Umpire Maurice
of Pennsylvania. Unrsman Taussig of Cornell.
Time of periods 12 minutes,
None Broken, lie l'la On.
St. Lotus. Oct. 6, A broken nose Is no
reason for u football player shirking his
job, In the opinion of Capt. Tony Stadt
herr of tho St, Lonls University eleven.
Tony hnd his nose, smashed In the second
period of the game with Nhurtleff, but
he remained on duty to the end, setting
a plucky example to his tenmmates.
ned Hox Coats Ultra Nolay.
Boston, Oct. 5. The coau that tho
ned Sox will wear over their uniforms
when they march onto the Polo (Irnunda
next Tuesday are of tho loudest color
their local tailor could provide. They
are fiery cartet
SWARTHM0REVICT0RI0US. U.QQ ftpT,n,n np.r pnr MSif ' ' i
I.nfi.yetle Tenm I nnlile to lnln
(iroiind nt Any Time of 4innir.
Kaston, P.l, Oct. B. Outweighed ten
po"lids to ii man. Lafaette succumbed
to Swnrthmore. on Match Field to-day.
22 to 0, Swnrthmore galnid considerable
on the forwotd passes, each attempt being
successful, while Lafayette failed In Its
two effotts. Splendid Interference nlso
was a large factor In tht visitors' victory.
Lafayette could not gain giound nhui
In pot-session of the ball, the ball being
In Maroon and White terrltoiy the greater
part of the game. Capt. I!cnim played
a star game for Lafayitte, his great de
fensive work being the tedeemlng fea
tine lu the rather poor showing of his
team. McKlsslik a the factor in
.. . Mener
. . Hunter
. .I.eft en.l . . .
. .Lett tarUc .
-. 1 -eft guard..
lltcht halfbark . . .
Score Swarthmore. 22; lAfaette, o. Touch
down. VrKIi,lek.3; I.ui PleW coal IcK-tek
Kub.lltutr. Ivifaette, llceku for Stone. Purry
for Dlanmnd. Pardee for lMamnm!. llrler for
Holme. J lHamoni! for Ilrnwn. HUn'ond fur
1'urry. Hammoud for Sheernn. (iiillrk fir UooU
ward: Sw-arthnmTe. Durhurnm for Mllek
Iteferee llercen, Princeton I'mplre Wey
mouth, Yale Head HncMuan Cutz. Hartard
FIRST HALF-THEN THE DELUGE
Marshall's Field fioal Followed
Hapidly lty I5race of
Philadelphia, Oct. 6. IVnnsxlvanla
defeated Dickinson to-day on Franklin
Held by scoring two touchdowns and n
goal from the field In the second half of
the game. The score was lfi to 0. Penn'n
goal never was threatened, but the stiff
defence put up by the team from Car
lisle frustrated the fled and Blue war
riors until In the second half they put
additional dash into their attack, a nil
finally bent their way over the line, but
It was far from easy for the Pennsyl
vunlans. Penn gained ground easily In mldfleld,
but creeping close to the goal line the
Dickinson defence stiffened wondei fully
and advance was made under the gteat
est difficulty. It was b(caue of this brac
ing on the part of the visitors that Mar
shall kicked n goal finin the field, after
previously having failrd in a like at
tempt. Marshall's kick was from the
twenty yard line, the advance bolnn;
stopped on the seven yard mark, with
four yards to go.
The first touchdown was made with the
margin of only an Inch or two on the
flnal down, so It easily can be seen
Penn had to earn her tallies. The last
touchdown by Meteor camo near the close
of the game after the Dickinson crew had
been beaten down pretty well und Pcnn's
ndvance was not as vigorously opposed.
Minds was forced to kick out on the last
score and, as tho ball was not caught,
he did not huvo a chance to kick n goal,
Dickinson's attack lacked the power to
penetrate Penn's defence, and only a few
first downs were made by the visitors,
who nlwoys were forced to punt. Penn
tried several forwaid passes, ncne of
which were successful, Jourf.;t was
removed from tho gatnd for "ungentle
manly" actions to Shaffer, and Penn lost
half the distance to her goal line, Dickin
son had tho ball nt the time and the
penalty gave them the ball on Penn'a
40 yard line. Put that advantage availed
the visitors but little.
l'ennsilvanla. Positions. Dickinson.
Young Left end ... , Pallida
Crane I.eft lackle ... , llohurn
MacS'nughton Ix-ft guard ... , Walklna
Klllllier Ccntie. Iluitiler
(irrcno Might guard . . I'uUcrbaugh
Journcay Hlght tackle . . liruwn
Jourilel . Illght end Shearer
Marshall, Quarterback tinkUtelti
Minds Left hiilfbKk llav. ley
Harrington. Illght halfback. Iiuiui
Mercer rullb.icW . Shnfer
Score -Pennsyhanla, 16. Dickinson, U. Touch
downsMercer 2. lioal from touchdown -Minds,
(loal from field Marthatl, Substitute
I'ennsylvanla -Jounica for Crane, MK'all for
Klllllier. Dillon for Journeay, Trrrcy for Dillon,
KiMint. for .lounlcl. DlrkliiMiii lc(ircgor for
lloshore, Slelnarker for llawley, llrrk for Stdn
acker, Potts for llrrk, ItawUw for Potts, Putts
for Dunn. Iteferee Kiillx, Ilrnwn, Umpire -McCarthy,
fiermantown. Linesman I.lnn, alc.
Time of periods 10 and 8 minutes.
I.oiiir Kntera Phllndelphln College,
PlIII.AriFi.rillA, Oct. 5. Melvlllo II.
Long, the former Paclllc Stabs and West
ern lawn tennis champion, hits m.ttrlcu
later at the Jefferson Medical College In
this city and has enteted the Junior cluss,
He Intends to. reside heiu for the next
STARS ON WEST SIDE COURTS
TO ITSSUPREME TEST V ' r?
Kc-ains Golf Championship in j 'MmW . v J
Spite of Injury to Hand WM&M'Mmf 1
j on Day liofore. fW1 ' 1
ICOCAIXK TO DEADKX PA I X ifeP- I
COCAIXK TO DEADKX IWIX
-Mrs. Harlow, Kunnerup. Tails to
Show Steadiness tf Her
Manciiestkr. Mass., Oct. a. In winning
the national women's golf championship
at Kssex Count to-day Miss Margatct
Curtis, the 1H07 and 1011 tltloholder,
scottd one of the most signal vlctntlcs of
She defeated .Mrs, Itonnld II. Harlow
of the .Merlon Cricket club, Philadelphia,
by a up and 2 to play In the eighteen hole
limit to-day. The champion's right hand,
Mlihli she cut badly osterda mnrnlin:,
gave her considerable trouble, but grit
pulled her thioiigh, i-vi n thou ih new spots
of nil kept puttlua In an appearance
through the cuts, adhesive plaster and
bandages that hid all but two lingers.
Cocaine was UFfd to deaden tin pain
Mrs. Harlow did not show the Mime
form In the final that bad maiked her
progress to tills point. She st.uted will,
winning the first two hole., thin lost four
In succession, won one and lust two more,
Ix-conilng 3 down at the linn.
At the tenth Mrs. Harlow was bunkered
on her second, but made a splendid re
covery and then hnltd her second forty
foot putt of the round for a win In 4. She
had another good opportunity at the
eleventh, but three putts cost her a halve.
After a splendid recovery fiom a small
Island In a pond In front of the twelfth
tee Miss Curtis took throe putts and the
match was brought, back to 1 up In the
champion favor. A wonderful 4 on
the fifiO yard fourteenth hole, duplicated
by only one player In the championship
during the week, that being Miss F. C.
Osgood, gave Miss Curtis a lead of 2 up.
Moth Mrs. Harlow and Miss Curtis we.e
on this green In .1, the former nearly hol
ing .1 long putt for a 4, nnd Miss Curtis
holing her putt of three feet for n win.
.Many troubles which culminated in Miss
Curtls's third shot going out of Imunds
gave Mrs. Barlow the next. Fortune fav
ored the champion on the fifteenth, for
nf,ter driving out of bounds her ball came
back op the course on the brink of a brook
In such a position that It was possible for
her to pitch to the green. Miss Curtis
won the hole In 5 to fi, as Mrs. Hat low for
the eighth time required three puts.
The short sixteenth, a mnshle pitch,
where the match ended, found Miss Curtis,
over the green In u bunker from the lee,
while her opponent fell short Into a brook.
Miss Curtis recovered well nnd put her
third sttoke six feet from the pin. Mrs.
Harlow made a fatal mistake on a short
mashle niblick pilch shot, taking her eye
up and not hitting the bull. She did not
lay her appioach dead on the next nnd
Miss Curtis took her two puts necessary
to win the hole, mutch and the national
Silas S, Strawn, the president of the
U. S. Q. A presented thn medals to Miss
Curtis, Mrs. Harlow nnd the' two semi
flnnllsts. Miss Katherlne Melius and .Miss
The cutds :
Miss Curtis, out i IS H U , 4 49
Mrs. Harlow, out t. 4 n c 7 i; r, Jo
Miss Curtis, In 5 t I 4 7 & r,
Mrs. Harlow, In 4 6 4 i fi 6
CLOSE CALL FOR WESLEYAN.
Bowdoln Missed fiool mill Score
Units 7 to O for Home Tenm.
MlPOLETOWrf, Conn., Oct. 5. Wesleyan
showed the first evidences of line attack
this season when they defeated llowdoln
by a 7 to 6 score, in tne nisi (matter trie.
Ited and Black made their yards on the
Brst down four successive times und th"ii
scored on a torwutd pass front Huron
Capt. Bacon sinned, making runs of
thlity to eighty yards several times and
doing some long punting. Hustle of Wes
leyan did spectacular tackling. Lascase
and Wltterall were the best ground gain
ers for llowdoln. The latter got off four
runs of twenty yards through an open
Hold, The lineup:
Wesleyan. Positions. llowdoln.
Hlauvelt Left end , , , . Hinds
Parkinson U'ft tucklu Wood
Ilcrnhart Left guard . . . Pratt
Sprague. trntre ... Douglas
Hurling . . Illght guard Lewis
Wllrni, . Hlght tackle.. Leaillntli-r
Custlc .. Illght end. . Ileal
llacnn Quarterback Ilrown
I'ranels ... Left halfback licase
Murphy Illght halfback . ,, WHtciall
Keenan... Kullback.... I'aulkuer
Tnurhdowrns-lllMiviit, I'aulkner. lo.il.-t from
tnurhdowiyi- Hustle, Substitutes Wcslomi
lluck for lanrls, Norse for Hlauvelt, Murphy fur
Sprague. Prttlgrew for Murphy. Thompson for
Pettlgrew. Iluudoln- Pratt for Hinds, llall for
Umi, Dole for. 1'aulUner, I'luicrakl fur Ilrown,
MISS MAKIOX FHNXO.
MOTORCYCLE SEASON ENDED.
Ilrlu-fittin Motordrome ilt to llr
ipcii I mil Mny IT of Next Yenr.
No more will the whirr of the motor
be heard this oar nt Brighton lloaih.
The racing season nf the Stadium Motor
dtonii' has ended, and there will be no
fui tlier excitement on the big board track
until May 17 of next jenr. Most of the
noted spare eaters Inve been lined up
for the 191,1 season, however, and motor
cycle fans may look forward to another
succession of thrills when the long winter
layoff shall hao endd. All portable
llxturrs, Including lights, have boon
packed away, and the once busy nniphl
thiMtie now presents a blink appearance.
One nf the tno.'-t successful ventures
ever launched at Coney Island, the Motor
drome, In Its first kt.hiii lnttiiduivil nnd
made popular a new sport for the motto
polltan public Next year it will go a
stop futther, staging the American cham
pionship In a series of contests, stinting
with o"'iitng day. Aithui Chappie mid
Jimmy MiNill, two of the most popular
tldets, hav- promised the managin'oitt
that they will be bete to sttivo for the
Massachusetts Aeries Submit
to 17 0 Trouncinir Then
Scrubs (io In.
Hanovkii. N. II.', Oct. 6. Dartmouth's
varsity toed with the Amherst Aggies
for two periods hole to-day, running up
a scoie of 47 to 0, and then retlied lu
favor of u second ileven, which playid
the latter half without a score. The
flreon continued its policy of going out
after the game fiom the stall, and for
the thlld siiccorslve time seated In the
Hist two minutis of pla. when Loudon
grabbed Llewellyn's bcuiititul forwutd
pass and sklnimi d the Aggies' loft t lid
thlity yards for a seme. Llewcllsn then
iihsiued luitiiiiiitth tile game by i mining
back Hie kick off fifty j.uiis to thn Ag
gie's 35 yatd line, fiom which point his
splendid interfctt nee enablnl Motey to
The Aggies threatened once. In the
fourth period, when they btoke up the
(iioon'h substitute defence and tilsheil the
ball up the Held to the Ave yard line,
where Coach Cnvanaugh sent In a tt-s-cile
crew, und they lost the ball. They
weio coiuplo'ely outclassed by the Dart
mouth tegulars, who.se scoilng ability
was limited only b time.
Morey'H work wn sensational. Ho
attcmpti.il line plunging alone, but made
in ui mm mum un lion imisi' Ill OUgl! tor
three thlity-llvo yard gains, (llbsnii, Kn
glohotii and Haniiils n-lurned Id play in
to-da, s game, and the tim's sliength
now Is at Its 1 1 in x 1 1 nu tii.
Dnrlmoulli. Positions. Mass. Al-l-Ii-h.
Laferty . b it end, . . . Ildgerpin
Hlep. U-ft tackle ... sJliiion
l-efl guard i:ienliaure
Whltmnre . . Conlre. . Cinr er
ilbsoii. Illght guard ... tit tmti
licrlor Illght tackle .. . n. .r
-mule;; ... lilitlit end.. . Mellean
Llewellyn . . .yuarlerbnck . . . . ;.
WMtney U-tt halfback ... . lliewcr
Morey. Illght halfback ... . Howe
Nnuw Fullback . . . (Ir'iVes
Score- IJarlniimlh, 47; Massachusetts Aeitles.
n louchilnw as- Morey, 4; Louili-n, Wh Incy
Llewellyn. amis liom touchdowns Lhwollvn
?i- "T- ,WW,i,',' ..Subsiltuu- Darin . n
(Ihee for Llewellyn. Illlnmn fur (ilhsoti, Harlow
for Morcy. D. II.m'cm lor Snow. Hands for Louden,
ltedilel.1 for laferty. (i.inll lor (flue. Il.iiomls
for hllni. Ilk-Ion far K.iep, W llligers for
leer. .Union or llmd... -:nFl,-ioni fur II el.o,
ILii'scll fin II. Iliigeif. M(., fr rnglelioin'
ji.-........u-.--.iii. .iKjii-s o .uin tor num., sm Ih
fur core, .Vasnn for Hnilih, Clcoim for HccUi-r.
iMJUV i?"""""1-. I'mi'lie Mi'd'rath of iioston
Iteferee--lirugg of Wesleyan. Head lliiesman
Council of Tufts. I'crloda-w minute.
ATHLETICS TO VISIT CUBA.
To 1'lny n Twelve flnme Series With
llest Cltlli nn the Islnlld.
riifi.AnnLPHiA, Oct. B. The Athletics,
headed by Hecretnry John Khlbe and
Capt. Danny Murphy, will Invade Cuba
this month for n twelve game series with
the best clubs of the Island. Hhlbe and
Murphy hnvo been working for some
time to complete plans for the Invasion
of Cuba und to-day Capt. Danny an
nounced that the Athletics would tour
the Island safeguarded with snug guar
antees for each contest,
The tourists will leave here on October
2G for Key West. They will play ex
hibition games en route to Florida. One
game bus been nrianged In Oreenvllle,
N. C, the home of Joe .Inckson, who will
Play ngnlnst them on thai day. Four
other contests will be played, two nt Ha
Vnfinah, (la., and two In Jacksonville be
fore they depuit by boat from Key West
for Cuba. The Athletics expect to reach
Havana by November 10. They expect
to be home by Thanksgiving Day.
The Athletics toured Cuba lifter they
clofeotid the Cubs for the world's series
In 11' 11, but their showing then was little
less than a farce. In addition to Slilbe
nnd Murphy, with the team will be Mc
Ihties, Collins, Hnrty, Maker, Oldtlng,
Mrunk, Maggeit, Lapp, Thomas, Kgan,
Plunk, Bender and Coombs.
08ERLIN CATCHES CORNELL
OFFGUARD; VINS, 13T00
Ithacans Play Miserable Game
and rnderjrrailuates Are
Full of doom.
1 Ithaca. N. Y., Oct. 5. In a sorry ex-
hibltlon of football on Cornell's part,
i obeilln defeated the Ithacans tn-dny by
I a i-coie of 17 to 0, and It required mote
I optimism than could be found here to
i night to discover any Improvement over
last week's showing. In spite nf reor
ganization and disciplining, Cornell played
' pooter football than a week ago nnd Dr.
'Shaipe finds a worse pioblem than ever
on his hands, c.loom hangs thick In the
student quarter to-night jind a more ills-gus-tcd
bunch of undergraduates couldn't
I be found anywhere.
I Oborlln had a fast, light team with
I lots of fight. They played the Ithacans
'even In the first hair and outplayed them
! In the second and tlchly won their vie
! tory. To put it another wny. Cornell
richly earned her defeat. From start to
finish there was no flpht, no ginger, no
drive to the Ithae-ins' playing, Poor
tedding was much In evidence, O'Hearne,
the right end, standing out ns a consplc-'
i nous exception. In fact O'Hearne stands
I out as the only !lo wire on the Cornell
tenm, though Hates and Hill, for the few
I m'niitos they were In the game, gave evi
dence of some ginger. O'Connor was the
best of Hie backs, but ho was below his
fotin. Whvto and Fritz won- of mi use
whatever Miller's plunging would have
boon mote effective If tho line had
chart'cd and opened holes. Fiom tackle
lo tackle tho line was a dead mass. More
over Cornell fumbled mora to-day than
before this fall. O'Connor, Taber and
Fritz being the offender, nnd some of
McCutcbeon's nnsslng was weird
A. thirty iud pass to Kvrlch In the see
oiiil period took the ball to Oborlin's 10
vard line. Cornell piled up four times
Later Tuber's fifteen yard run biought the
ball to within striking distance. Again
an Impotent lack of punch, In the third
period Henderson, trying to execute a for
ward pas founiV himself covered, quickly
eluded throe nun and ran thlrtv viir.l
iHofoie Cornell awoke Fisher was' through
inn lino anil witn one side step had scored.
!Tho Coined team acted as If it didn't know
I what was happening. In tho fourth
period the Hindus' playing grew worse
I all the time. Fisher Intercepted n forward
i pass nt least fifteen of which by Cornell
i went bad during tho game and ran
twenty yards for a touchdown, slatting
not more than Hve feet from half n dozen
j The lineup :
Cornell. l'oliliei. Obrrlln.
I MoIiUIcn . j-fl end Pyle
i Munns l.eft tackle Thiilcr
Urriwr.. Left g iard Leonard
I I. S. Whyte Cent 1 1! Nell
I.ahr Illght cmrd Hubbard
I 1 I Imio.. . . Hlght Irulile I'stcibiooU
i U'Hearno , lilglit ceil Young
'Trailer. Qn.-irlerbnck lleaileron
, O'Connor Left halfback .. . " I lher
I II. II. Wh) 1 1' Illght halfback .SiIiiimiii
, Miller I'Mlllinrk Unas
1 Score Oberll". IS. Cornell, 0, Touchdowns
j I'Uber :'. lioal from t.iuihilown Haas. Hrfcrrc
1 lllnio of nle t'ir.piro Cooney of Prince,
ton. Llncsrian (iHlnuno of West Point, hub
stltutlons Cornell i:rli-h Mr MehalTey, Chahi-
pnlgn for Ijiriowc, Ijirrowo for Champilgn,
Cliamnaiirn for lirrowe. Methllelieou tor .1. s
Win lo, Williamson for DaW-bsin, Nash tor
Oileatne, Tidier fur Ti'ilnor, Smith for Taber,
Trainer for Smith Taber fur Trainer, I 'rl 17. for
II. II, Uhvtc, II. II, Whvte for I'rIU. Hairs for
It. II. Whyte, I'rIU for Hales, Hill for Miller, Miller
for Hill, liillllppl for Miller (llicrlln--Tlllsion
fur Nell. (!rv for Young, Young for Henderson,
-Martin for Haas, Hllmsoa for Martin, Marry for
Kllimon, Time of pel lists s minutes,
Ntovnll AhiiIii llroivns' Miinngrr.
Sr I.oi'in, Oct ." vleorno Stovnll lo-tl ty
signed 11 conlreci to ui lunge the Ilrown
uimIii ne,t nea.io.i Stovnll too't hold of tho
cliwi tins s-aso:i after Walluoo hud stenneil
iislil" un) 1II1I pretty well with It. He Uept
Ithu Mrowns out of last placn nntl bus the
I cunliiluuc of the players nail ftwi.
Work of Wendell, Brickloy
nnd llnrdwick Smothers
Holy Cross Team.
ROLL UP 19 POINTS
First Tenm Gives Wny to
Substitutes in Second
' Half, Scoreless.
OSTEHOHKX Tit IKS GOALS
Both Kf forts Fail nd Benton
Town Loses Only
CAMnniDOK, Muss., Oct. 5. Harvard
played two turns against Holy Cross to
day, the regular varsity scoilng three
touchdowns nnd 19 points In the first half,
I providing the final score, and the Worces
ter tenm holding the varsity substitutes
for the last two twelve minute periods.
The Cambridge nttacl: lu the tlrst half w as
all powerful. Holy Ctnss being wholly un
able to withstand the plunges nf Brlckley
and Wendell or to stop H. Hardwick In the
broken Held. The Crimson rushes made
no less than sixteen Ilrst downs In the nrst
half, rushing the ball from scrimmage for
250 yurds, or two and a half times the
length of the Held.
The Ilrst touchdown was the result of
steady rushing after lecolvlng the visitors'
klckoff on the 20 yard line, eleven plujs
being all that wete needed to carty the
ball over the Holy Cross goal line. Liter
Harvard carried the ball up the Held
steadily for foity-tive voids, only to have
Capt. Wendell fumble on tho goal line, and
a subsequent onslaught on the Holy Otoss
goal, following a beautiful tuuln of u '.del:
by Hurdwick, produced notbins, as Holy
Cross stopped Wendell a foot fiom the
goal line and took the ball away frorn
Hnrvard on downs. Soon after this Hard
wick caught a short kick made by Mc
Cabo on Holy Cross's 3.1 yard lino and
was stopped only whin within seven yaids
of the goal. From hire two plays carried
tho bill over.
On the next klckoff Wendell raced b-jtk
Just past midlield ami the llarvatd lobu
lars In Just nine plus dtoe the visitors
back behind their goal posts. IPIokley
scoilng with a live yaid dive tluoush the
Holy Ctoss right wing.
Holy Cross made only ope (list down
In the Hist half, but In tho teonnil, against
the substitutes, usi d the fotward ii-tss
fteol), nnd got away with two beauties,
which helped catty the ball down to
within twenty-live )unls of- ll.m.irrt's
goal. A pretty qu.it tei back inn by Mill
I in secured a Htst down on the 12 yard
line, where Harvard stopped three plays
and then blocked irtorgnn's try lor n
Hold goal. Holy i'ums locov.-toil the ball
latter the kick whs bit eked, and Ostergrcp
shot for Harvard's goal p".ts iituIii, but
Ins kick had no distance. The Ciimb-ldse
- substitutes did well by tits mid stailn,
I but tluir tush lino was outplayed by the
' Worcester men. The substitutes tuver
wore neater than foil) yards to the Holy
Cross goal line.
Many Harvard forward pasfi Mo In
the game mlsoai rled, the mil) nieoesaful
one Doing a stunt pnr.s from Iti.ckley to
F. O'Brien. Brlckley tried for a god fro-n
placement after a fair catch by tJ-inl-ner
on the 35 yard lino, but his kick
went llfteen jiirda wide of the milk.
Score- Ilariard. l'l. HoIcCrn.o 'Inmi-'i 1.1.1-1,1
--Wendell, Har.lwlck, llrlek.-. 1,0 il fron
touchdown- Hltihcock. Niibqtute Itirv rd:
llradlre for IL Har.lwlck. Smith fir Pelton.
Weatherhead tor K O'hrlen.T rrolhlii'iliiia fur
Sll.,r,.r II...-I,.. l,.r II I t,.l.....L- UW .... 'i.l
WHhlngtoti for Prnncok. Wlgirleworih for I'ar
t'lenlrr. 1 ogan for (iardner, llettle for Hrsiier.
1 Llnirard for Wendell, Ilraillee tor Hrlrkl.-y. II,
I ProihlUKham for Smith, T. Harilwlek lor UoUlc.
Prima for Weatherhead. Holy Cross, l-n for
Carmnily, Vogel for Demano, Mrt arthy fur
I Mullln. Cahlll for Oulnu, Drmarro lor Vorrl,
l armcHiy tor lx-e. wuinn ror Cahlll. Vogrl for
Qulnn, Donovan for llrawley. Ilefcrrr- Harry
1.. Padmun, Worcester Polytechnic I'mplie -W.
H. Hurkc, Worcester. Linesman I'rne.t tl.
Ilapgoml, Ilrown. Time of periods- 1: minute.
BEST BACK FIELD IN THE EAST
llnrilsslek n Woiiderful Open Field
II miller .-liliie I. neks .Mneh.
II V It Hi I IT WINfi.
CAMiininiiK. .Mass.. Oct. r I la no id's
iiliowing against Holy Cioss was nlmtit
what I hail been led to i "tpect f.-ot.i tho
advanoo reports fmiii the C.inihilJ,;o
camp, with this exception, Hint the at
tack was oven better than 1 hud thought
to witness, and the ib-f mo pi 01 or, es
pecially whii) the substitutes weio In.
Considerable allowance has to be made for
the work of both teams, for the game was
played iindci a to oiling sun and tile men
actually stiffen d. It wan alnnst too
much to expect Hint under the conditions
Hie Hatvard men would bo m-i-h at their
best Yet their lust was on view, 110110
th- less, also ihclr poorest, and tlm piosgnt
criticism makes dti" allowance fot lbs
all but unl'earublo i-ondltlous. On a hot
ter day tlioii! would Irtivi hem a vast
dlfforciicc, poiluips. In the wml; of in
dlvtduals, but enough of the gineiul plan
was shown to glvi Minn- Idea of the plan
thai Is to bo pin Mil il.
Illght In n It tin., bo said llvit thn
Ciiiuson cxp.cts to 1 lay the running
game up Io tin- hilt, am! alii-aily luu
enough of II In hand lo create Iihoo
Willi an) thing but Hie MilYcst k.nd of
defence. Not on any Held this jeur has
there boon such an exhibition of gtomul
gaining ns the Crimson ummkrd ag.i'n-t
Holy Cross. It is title, of course, that
oilier teams have Am up liggti fc.-or-.i,
but they wete against opposition far lesr
srilous than that piescnlid by the Wot
coster eleven, Coach Laiklli b, ought di-ii'n
a husky tenm of teal football pl.tyci;.,
men who could stand up In the work
I'li'lor any conditions. To be sine, tho
V"n did not always use their head, it,1",
their generalship for the niosX part vs
execrable, but it was a team of willing
workers Ihnl In the second half seilously
menaced the Haivnrd goal line agalnrt
a pielty well substituted team, und, hut
for poor choice of plays, would have hud
an excellent chnnco of scoring.
In the Ilrst two periods the Harvard
eleven showed what It could do on attack,
nnd It was an Impressive showing, whllg
In tho last two pctlnds the CiIiimoii
showed what It could not do on dcfince,
and tills wns far fiom cucmuuglng For
the moment, then, back to tho tutack.
The Cilmson began tho game wllh ono of
those old time manias duwn the field fur
a touchdown, this time seventy yards, und
It wan good, 'fast, hard, atertdup footb:i
T-eStt-Jrf" sti s, 4.