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THE SUN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
YALE TEAM UNHURT BY
BREAKING OF ROUTINE
Varsity Bents Freshmen With
Several Regulars Out
of the Fray.
TOM ISIIEVIjIN LENDS AID
s Old Vigor, Only Change in
Him Reing Addition of a
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 4, After the
rest stneo lint Wednesday mused by the
death of Theodore. v. York, the Yule
varsity squad started practice attain to
day and had it drill and practice name
with the freshmen at the Held,
Tho men did not seem to have been
injured physically by tho rest. Cooney's
ankle nan been hurt but now Is recovered
o he can play a guard position. Pendle
ton has been playing tnrkle and took the
other guard position. Neither of the reg
ular ends was In the lineup to-day. Avery
and Bheldon took their places. Uomelsler
went out of town to get a shoulder brace
to use In tho big games. I'hllbtn did nut
come out until late In tho afternoon.
Pumpclly played In his place. The line
up otherwise was the usual one, with
Cornell In at quarterback. The varsity
beat the freshmen by a score of 13 to 0.
With the regular staff of conches were
Tom Shevlln anil Hobbs, head coach of
Amherst, who Just came down for the
day. The practice was secret, but It won
learned that Shevlln has not outlined to
the players yet any special plays ho has
brought from tho West. lie was at tne
field with his old time vigor, showing the
enda and the line In general how to play,
and tho only change from his college
days was that he had a mustache.
ASHY RESUMES HARD GRIND.
All Efforts Aimed at Itattle With In
diana on Batardar
WllT Point, N. Y., Nov. 4. With mili
tary drills off the routine for the season
and after a three days rest, the Army
resumed hard work on the gridiron to
day. The men were sent through a pre
liminary workout, consisting of tackling
the dummy, practising goal kicking and
a snappy signal drill, after which the
coaches sent them In for an hour of the
hardest scrimmage of the year, during
which two field goals! and a touchdown
were registered against a strong scrub
eleven, whose line was augmented by
O'Haro and Huston at guards.
Devore was back In the fray and placed
his usual strong game at tackle on the
first team. Dorcr did fine work at centre
and the work of Hobbs, Keyes and Bene
dict In the back field was especially pleas
ing: to the coaches. Keyes dropped a goal
from the thirty yard line and kicked an
other from placement on the thirty-five
yard line. Gillespie. In a prctjy forward
pass from Prlchard, made the only touch
down. Hobbs made one long run of fifty
yards, which was nullified by three pen
alties Inflicted on the regulars for off
side piny. The work of getting ready for
the Indians, who piny here next Saturday,
Will be continued every day this week.
N. Y. U. PERFECTS PASS.
iftfew Variation of Spectnenlar Play
to Be Seen To-day.
The New Tork University squad had
another day of easy drill yesterday In
preparation for the Trinity game to-day
on Ohio Field. Olcott early In the after
noon decreed no scrimmage, but to line
the men up for an afternoon's work In
perfecting a Btyle of forward pass here
tofore unused by the New Yorkers. It Is
expected that the Trinity men will meet
with a surprise from this quarter. It Is
modelled after the Prlnceon typo of for
ward pass and the way the New York
men worked It toward the end of the
practice made It look like a sure ground
Dutcher. the big left end, showed up
particularly well on the receiving end, as
did also Bettchex, who was out yesterday
for the first time since he was laid up
with a cracked rib and fractured wrist.
Kennedy, a new halfback, did almost all
the passing and showed such fine form
that he will start the game to-day.
SAVING MICHIGAN REGULARS.
Taursltr Men Kept Oat of BerlsBBsaara
Three Are Hart.
Ajw akbor, Nov. i. Hardly any of ths
Mlohlran men who were in tho lineup Bat'
. urday against the South Dakota aggre
gation scrimmaged this afternoon. Boyle,
Thomson and Qratg are out on account of
Injuries and although it Is thought the
latter two will be able to play In the
Pennsylvania game It Is a question about
1. Boyle. Paterson was not used at centre,
but went Into the signal drill. The only
change that Yost made In his team for
t signal drill from the lineup that played
i, Saturday was using Collette at left half
( In place of Craig ana sending liugnitt to
right half, where he nnisnea tne game
1 after Boyle was removed.
CORNELL NEEDS MANIFOLD.
T Itadent odr Meantime Is Tired at
Ithaca, Nor. 4. What Cornell needs Is
to strengthen the left side of the line so
that It will approximate the defensive
qualities of the right side, to find a quarter
back who can lead the team In Hurler's
absence and to braes up the back field
I so that It can offer some kind of a defence
against the big Dartmouth team neit
Saturday confronting them. Coach Al
Sharps and his assistants to-day face a dea
, per ate situation.
Cornell's continued reverses this fall
have got on the nerves of the undergraduate
body, and even the student newspaper, which
In past years has condoned poor playing,
prints an editorial on the Williams game
which consists of several Inches of blunk
Although the team held no outdoor prac
tice Slmrpe gave them an hour's blackboard
talk supplemented by a discussion of the
work of the week and n severe analysis of
the weaknesses of the WllllnniH game,
lie announced that the varsity and fresh
man teams would scrim muge this week
every day. The freshman team Is a
much more efficient combination tlinn the
scrubs. Moreover, Sharps Is of the opinion
that the overage Cornell freshman team
never gets enough training uml never plays
hard enough games to make thu players
good varsity material, and for the balance
of tho se.ui.nn he plans to give the freshmen
Instruction at the RUino.tlnie he is developing
the vursl ty.
Miller is expected to replace Hill nt full,
back because of tho latter'M wretched worli
on tho defence. The roaches nre. hoplni'
.hat Underbill, last year's fullback, will
itn able to get into tho Dartmouth giime.
He hfiH been on tho Injured list all tall
On the defence Inst your ho was the best
man in the back Held. What to do at quar
terback Is u harder problem. When Itutler
leaves the gnino the team apparently Is un
willing to follow Trainer, Tabor ur (Smith
The left slilo of the lin", Jjirrowu nt left
ftuarii, Muiiiik nt left tscklo and Kyrlili nt
eft end, Is far below tho right in strength,
nnd chnngos among tho forwards are im
peded. A shllt conteiill.lateil Is Henilliitf
NlunriH back to left .mini, whero he played
last year better than lie Is pluviiiif left tackle
this year, and of using Mullnry, n primilliiir
hcrun tackle, nt left tackle on the viindty
This would lot iJirrowo out ol It
Ilutler. who was hint again in llio Will,
lams game, Is to get Into the Dartmouth
contest, It was announieil to-iluv, uml
(ViVinnnr nnd II. 11. Wliyte and I'yrluli, lh
other o got, me worsv
LWIIKIIIK. uiau wll
NAVY WORKS IN DUSK.
Session Only Light Team Not
Heavy as nt First Relieved.
Annapolis, Mil., Nov. i. The Naval
Academy did not start pructlce until
tulllght this evening owing to a long
Infimtry drill, which occupied practically
tho whole nflernoou. The nienibcts nf
the squad had enough work to limber up,
but there was no lineup or signal drill.
There was some encouragement oyer the
fair showing of the tenm on Friday
Hgntnit Wsstern deserve and during the
practice of the week, but It Is iidtulttcd
that the team must show vastly Im
proved form to In u worthy contestant
nf tho Army eleven on November 30.
The buck Held Is decidedly unsettled
us yet mid there ure lit least three pUces
on the Hue which nmy lw icgsrded ns
unsettled. Iltg Drown has been doing
thoroiighlf unsatisfactory work at guard
for some time uml may be replaced by
Woodward unless there Is a distinct In ace.
Overesch, a husky fellow who hies lieen
nt end, ulsu hits fulled to measure up to
expcctntlons, and Just now Onif Is taking
care of tho flank which Overesch for
merly guarded. Walker has been found
to be rather light to cover centre, and
Just now Perry Is tilling his place. Howe
nt guard, Vnughan and Hednmn nt
tackles, and Ullchrl.it nt right end ap
pear to be reasonably certain of holding
The weight of the players taken within
the last two or three days shows that the
team Is not quite ns heavy as thought.
The. average of the team ns It probably
would be selected nt present to oppose
the Army Is K9C.lt pounds. The line
averages 183 1-7 pounds, and the back
Meld 173 1; pounds. Possible changes
would alter these figures. There are
two members of the squad weighing over
zoo pounds, Urown s weight being 208
pounds and Howes 202.
DARTMOUTH PICKING UP WELL.
Presence of Extra Coaches Seems to
Pat Tirrr 'Snap In I. tne.
Hanovkr, N. H., Nov. 4. A practice
session slightly less arduous In length than
those of last week, but no less gruelling
In character, was run throuRh by the
Dartmouth squad this afternoon. Two
post head coaches, Itandnll of the '10
team, and Jennings, '01 and '02, with
Capt. Knuck Kennedy of the '09 team,
were on the field to assist Coach Cava
naugh In the four days of practice before
the team leaves for Cornell Friday morn
ing. Considerable attention was devoted
to fundamental errors, such as offside
work ana fumbling displayed against
Amherst, and the regular line churning
drill was followed by a half hour scrim
mage. The line held better against the two
strings of varsity backs than at any time
this year, and considerable encourage
ment was derived from Its work by the
coaches. The team came out of the Am
herst game without serious Injury, but
Whitney and Morey had another rest to
day. Borends, end. Is the only man on
the squad disabled at present. Dunbar,
whose collarbone was broken early In
the year, has been well for some time,
and he replaced Eetep at tackle to-day.
Otherwise the line was that which romped
away with Amherst. Murdock, Hogsett
and Hnow were the backs. Hector replac
ing Hogsett at end as on Saturday,
TRIES TO DISPEL PENN GLOOM.
Coach Smith Makes Team Hastle
Hollenback Lends Aid.
Philadelphia, Nov. 4. As there will
be no practice to-morrow because of Its
being election day. Coach Andy Hmlth had
Penn's team hrrrd at work to-day trying
to dispel the gloom cost over the men by
the defeat by State College Saturday. This
week the work will be directed toward
the Michigan game of Saturday, and as n
starter Craig was told to give the signals
In the afternoon's scrimmage. The
youngster took hold of the situation in
good style and If he makes good he will
give all the signals In the future.
Hoy Mercer was In uniform this after
noon, but he Is In bad shape and did not
take any chances In the scrimmage. He
Is suffering from a bad ankle and It may
keep htm out of the Michigan game. He
has been token In hand and if possible he
will be put In shape to start against the
Pennsylvania had an unexpected vis
itor this afternoon,, Bill Hollenback ap
pearing with his ever wear smile. He
was accompanied by Dan Luby and said
that he would be only too glad to lend a
helping hand now that the State came
BROWN PRIMES FOR YALE.
First Dar at Important Week Light
One Gardiner at Qaarter.
PovnNC, R. I., Nov. 4.The Brown
team had a light workout on Andrews
Field this afternoon In the first practice
In preparation for Yale. Signal work
occupied the greater part of the after
noon. Only twenty-three men of both
first and second squads were out and
scrimmage work was out of the ques
tion. To-morrow's practice will begin gruel
ling work for the week. Hazlctt again
was worked at centre In place of Mitchell,
who Is out on account of Injuries. Mitchell
Is expected to go Into the Yalo game,
but he wtl lbe In far from good condi
tion. Much criticism has been expressed
liecause he was used against Vermont on
Saturday, as he was In bad shape at that
Gardiner, who has been running the
second team from the quarterback posi
tion, alternated with Crowther In running
the varsity to-day.
HARVARD HAS DAY OFF.
Varsity and Freshman Teams Both
Get a Layoff.
Cauboidoe, Mass., Nov. 4. The Har
vard varsity and freshman football teams
had a lay off this afternoon after the
hard games with Princeton Saturday, but
to-morrow Conches Hnughton and Tudor
Gardiner of the varsity nnd freshman
tenma respectively will have all the can
Trumbell, the big guard, who was In
the Stlllman Infirmary for the past few
days, came out to-day, and he will report
fur practice to-morrow.
The rest of the Harvard eleven came
out of the Princeton gume fairly well
off. Charles Hrlckley, the drop kicker.
suld to-night his Injuries were not serious.
F0RDHAM TO MEET STEVENS.
Game To-day a Contest of Speed
Heud Conch Tom Thorpe put'the Ford-
ham aislty through signal practice yc'
terduy, and Inter lined the Mnruuu uguliist
the I'rep teaui for u snappy drill that
lasted about nn hour. A few changes ure
looked fur In the lliouxonlans' lineup for
lo.ila'B gaum with Nti'tens tit rordham
Although Stevens defeated Johns Hop
kins lust Saturday the Kordliain warilois
hope to surprise their hiler opponents
b their spied.
I.ehluh i:nrn Complete Best,
South IIktiilriiem, Pa., Nov. 4 As a
ll'W'nrd fur III, irrt.nl iftmiu I ..lili.li ,ilu,....l
ugalnst the Carlisle Indians on Saturday
the men hail n iIi.hi.i-v.., I c.ui t.,-,i ...
t'hrlchton. W'llle nnd dipt. I'azctll weiri
tii'iimn ui minor uruiscs, nut nallcy suf
fered two fractured rllx. To.morrnw
hard work will hi. hoim,. r.i ti, ...... ,.,..
with Swnithmore. Couch Keady, who has
been 111 for a week, Is expected In bo out
on Wednesday Ills plans for the ntrug
Kin are being carrlml out bv Dlrtctor ,
It. .Heller nnd Sam Strauss until his re
appearance on the Held.
THORPE TIES PENDLETON
Indian Cnptain Brings His Srn
son's Totnl l'p to Tiger
ROTH ROAST FOt'liTKKX
Iliirviird-Vanderliilt flume Now
Occupying flossips Oilier
The tnlnl cilst of touchdowns for Cant.
Thuipe of the Indians rose to foiittecn
.last Satuidiiy, which makes him and Pen
'dleton of Princeton the leadeis of the
ciison In that department, mien iihs
madu fourteen. The Indians always have
been n big scoring tenm, hut It also Is
characteristic of them that they are scored
on lit a more extensive rate than Is yeti
ernlly the case with n team of so much
strength otherwise. It would appear that
there Is u Wider gap between their
strength In offence and defence than Is
true of most tenm of their call ire. How
ever, In their expenditure o? enemy on at
tack they bring In the points kii plenti
fully that weaknesses of defence aren't
sufllclent to check their victorious matches.
A better Ide.i could be had "f Just how
strong the red men are this tear If they
played Harvard, Ynle or Princeton None
of these three Is on the (.'nrllsle schedule.
Still the Indians have a game on for next
Saturday which Is likely to test their
scoring ability better than any preceding
game. They lire to play the Army, and
owing to the effectiveness of the Army
defence It Is seldom that any opponent
thrives much In point making even If It
beats thu Wnl Pointers. The Army has
as good a pair of ends us any team In the
Kast uml probably the best lineman In
the country Dovore In breaking through
and spllltng plays behind the line, and If
the Indians can rip the Army defence
apart enough to keep up their average of
37 points a game they must have nn ex
ceptionally powerful attack. Indeed It
takes n powerful attack to score half that
many points on the Army by rushing.
"Wo expect to meet a much stronger
opponent when we go down to New
Haven," says Capt. Wendell of Harvard,
"and I think Yalo will show u good deal
more than Princeton did.
Both Penn and Cornell have made use
of moving picture machines ns aids In
football development. Having moving
pictures, Messrs. Smith and Sharpe now
hope to produce some moving ilaers.
News despatch In a Chicago paper:
"Tho Badgers wiped out tho scores of pre
vious games to-day. They defeated Chi
cago. 30 to 12. In a hard fought contest.
The Cardinal eleven was the better team."
So we should Judge.
The question nrlees whether the reviled
game with Its added down and Increased
scrlmmnge rushing Isn't harder on players
than the game of the last few years, and
consequently whether It Is wise to arrange
such a hard schedule ns Harvard, for In
stance, has. TheMlarvard schedule takes
In Brown. Princeton, Vnnderbllt, Dart
mouth and Yale In succession.
Coaches are swarming to Hanover this
week to put tho big Green team tn shape
to battle with tho Crmtson. but the fol
lowing partial list of satd coaches Is of
chief Interest for the oddities In nick
names which It contains: Hpud Pishon.
Husky Itlch, Jocko Griffin, Farmer Ken
nedy, Squash Little and Wife Jennings.
Two players who do much toward mak
ing the Penn State team the strong ag
gregation It Is are Miller, the quarterback,
and Very, the end. Both are In the front
rank. They are veterans, nlav beautl
fully together and among other' strong
points of their playing Is manual skill of
a high degree In handling 'the pigskin.
The use of the forward pass Is with them
less of a hit or miss play than with most
learns. Miller makes the pass accurately
and It Is doubtful If there Is nnother re
ceiver of It as skilful as Very. The latter
Is versatile. He Is fast nt getting down
tho field, n strong player In scrlmmnce
and he also Is efficient at carrying the
oaii rrom scrimmage.
In the Vanderbllt-Vlrxlnla cams Svkeji.
the Vanderbllt fullback, was hurt and is
not expected to play In the Harvard game.
Collins and Shlpp of the same team were
taken out on account of Injuries. Van
derbllt used twenty-seven men In the
The weights nnd ages of the regular
Vanderbllt players are ns follows: Mor
gan, centre, 19, 21E: Daves, left guard, 21,
171; Covington, right guard, 21, 172;
Shlpp, left tackle, 20, 154 ; Brown, right
tackle. 21, 170; Brown, right end, 20, 1S6;
Turner, left end, 20, 157 : Bobbins,
quarterback. 19, 14S; Uardage, capt., left
half, 21, 160; Slkes. ' fullback, 19. 163;
Collins, right hnlf, 20. 1C1.
"We feel the necessity of demonstrat
ing that football Is phryed Intelligently
south of the Mason and Dixon line," says
McGugln, the coach, "and we hope to
furnish excellent practice for the Harvard
game. To say that we expect to win
would, of course, be a foolish and Inac
curate statement, but we do expect to
put up a scrappy. Interesting tame,"
WALLER VOICES DEFIANCE.
"We Will Get Vale for This," Says
Husky Tliier on Itrtnrn Home.
Pmnckton. N. J.. Nov. 4 Things will
brighten up In Princeton to-morrow moin
Ing with tho return of the varsity squad
accompanied by couches nnd Trulner
Ivcene l.'ltznntrtclr u-hr, lini- l.n .. .
days' rest nt Atlantic City. No time will be
iubi in urcuKing me men Into harness
uiruln. and n fluht nh-nnl .iriii u'lti t.n ...i.t
on Osborne Held In the afternoon.
i no srriciesi secrecy will be main
tained every ufternoon from now until
the season Is ended by thu clash with
Yuln ono week from next Saturday. II
Is very Improbable that uny hard scrlm
mairlhir will be riei-mltter! hf,rA Ti.r..
day, whrn'the priming will begin In dead
Dunlnp's Injury was mourned on nil
sides til'itnv when It wiim Iniit-TmH l, l.lu
football days ur over. The only member
oi me lemii who nau uppeureii m rrlnec
ton up to this afternoon was Tubby Wul
ler, who had to leturn early on account
of his studies. He confidently expresed
It iih bin opinion that "We will get Yule
The Vnle mum. linn h,.n t,.,i...l.
strongly to tin; front In mom ways than
inn In thu Inst few days, nnd tho mnd
scramble for tickets presages a mam
moth ciowd. Applications for tickets
ilosed at C o'clock this evening with
neiirlv nil tin. himiIm tnlit.ti ti1iliMiii it...
stands have been enlarged thin year to
ii scuiiiik capacity ni inarm .lii.uuu pen-
GenrKrtiMTii Stnr llnilly Hurt,
Wapiiinoton, Nov. 4 - Jack llegarty.
crack left tackle of the Georgetown Unl-
Muslly eleven, may not bn able to play In
the y.ame with Vltglrila next Satuid.iy. A
painful Injuiy to hla tight knee, caused
by a kick In I he paiiui with Noith Curo
linn last Saturday caused him to bo car
ried fiom the Held In bad shape. It Is
feared that water on tho knee tuny de
velop, mid If It does ho will be out of
the game for tho rest of tho season.
l oothnll Celtic- Park
Knrrncup A. C Si), tfecatur A. 0 0.
, 'Sfvely Juniors, a: KureUs A. T 0.
rarkslds. ir at. Uwrsnct, I.
COLLEGE WON'T ELECT.
Colmiililn Tenm .Mutineers Will He
Chosen l) Ciiiiimlti-- llerenftrr.
' Mnn.igeis of iithletle teams nt Colum
bia will be cl.etcd by a special commit
tee chosen for that imninw hpn.nfti.r.
mvimllng to an iinnouncement made es-
leiu.ey oy n.irry , I'lmcr, graduate man
tiger "f iithletlcs, In lb,, past nil candi
dates for managerial position were
flectul dltectly by the iindeigraduates,
but by the new system the undergraduates
will have no tiniiil ill nil In the selection
of men for the position-, and It Is be-
'IIi vimI that eMinpll.e politics will cut Utile.
tlguie III Ihere elections In the future.
The constitution adopted to govern the
cominllUe piovliles Hint t shall be com -
, posed .,f Keven membeis including the
Kiiiuutiir iiii-.;iiir in n i lll.-l ICS, (lie CI1U1I-
man of the iirilverslt.v committee on nth -
letlcs ami the iimnugeis of the crew, truck,
baseball, basketball and some paittculat
one of the minor spoils, The most lm.
pm Hint change will he Hint this commit -
tee will lime the authority In elect nit
managers and assistant malingers of both
varsity and freshman teams and to re.
move any of the various captains, though
the latter power can he exorclscel only by
a five-seventh Vote nf the committee,
An entirely new piovlslon Is made with
reference to th assignment of the v.rlous
1-anuniaies ior iminagersiilps lo tint re.
spectlve teams for which they nre to
work. When a candidate b-glns to work
for one of the positions he hi tequlred
to fill n blank which gives, In addition to
other data, his order of prefeience with
respect to the various tiams. Assignment
of the men Is made weekly by the
graduate director and the elections by
the committee In May are based on the
work done by tl- candidates for nil
I teams duilns the jear,
I In the final selection the candidate's
'order of pieferenee In adhered to so far
'as possible. A feature of the system Is
to he weekly reports submitted to the
I graduate dltctor. The new scheme
. makes a direct systematlx.itlon of the
old plan whereby a man worked onlv In
I that pnrt of the year his team held
TRY IT AGAIN TOM
They Will Hook Up in Tonk
ii way Steeplechase nt. Meadow
The curd announced by th Meadow
Brook steeplechoso for Its race meeting to
day has six races on It. In the Syosset
hurdle race Norbltt nnd Faultless ngnln
will measure strides. The race for the
Retribution piobably will call to the post
tho best field of hunters that has been
seen this fall. On the race Herculold ran
on Saturdoy he should give aold Plato a
good race, as ho Is In receipt of ten
pounds In weight. Another horse that ran
on Saturday, but which fell after run
ning about two miles and a half. Is Duke
of Duluth. Both he nnd Carter run In
Mrs. Whitney's colors.
The absence of Hlghbrldge for the
Tonlcaway Steeplechase leaves this race
open. Nosegay will have another chance
to duplicate his performance of Wednes
day In the Itlchard Peters challenge cup,
when he will again compete against his
old foe Speculator. The race for Piping
Hock subscription pontes will Include the
best that have run In pony races.
The first mce will be run at 2 P. M.
A special train will leave Pennsylvania
Station at 1 F. M.. returning Immediately
after, the last race.
The entries are these:
First Race Soet Hurdle Race: three-year-olds
and upward; about two miles:
Norbltt.... us Coventry tM
haaltlna 1SS Country Guy 1M
Pilot II l Practical . ... .us
Second Rare The Retribution Chatlenre Cup;
for hunters: about three miles:
Tourney-,.. iw Hock Abbey u
Kssex Il.Bf Ml Cold Plate . , lag
Duke nf Dublin. 134 Web Carter ISO
Herculold I Ml Winkle.... .MB
Third Race Nursery High Welrht Handicap;
14J Plutocrat HS
140 I'am 144
14? Light o'M'I.lfe 1T0
14S lleybourn . IM
141 Klllarney Rose. H3
13U Sickle . us
John A, llunro.
140 Charlie Harrrave 14S
148 Roland Panic
lourth Race Tonkaway Steeplechase Handi
cap; four-yrar-nld and upward: about two miles,
old Plate 173 O'Connor. 1J2
Macedonian 144 Rice (iraln IM
Country uy ir Ulll Andrews isa
THIle D i!A
rifth Race The Richard Peters Challenge Cup:
three-year-olds and upward: one and a half miles:
t'nlca no Zcllwood, . ijs
Hlundara. . lis rmlymlon ...
Nosegay nt l.lphlo M'Llfe ISO
Speculator . 1S1 Klllarney Rose. . Ill
Pilot II. . 114 M, M. Whitney.. 4I
Sixth Race For Piping Rock Subscription
Ponies; six furlongi:
Tango IM Long Shot.. . . leo
P mento, S5 Flashlight. . . pvt
Playboy... ins Number tine inn
(reased Lightning. iao Number Twenty IM
Indiana Aim for Cadets.
Carlisle, Pa.. Nov. 4. The Carlisle
Indian footbnll team to-day rehearsed
plays for Saturday's contest at West
Point. Uncle Sam's military proteges will
face n brilliant lot of formations if there
Is a fair showing on Saturday of what tlu
redskins tried out to-day. Welch nnd
Howell nre practically fully recovered
from their leu sprains nnd Capt. Thorpe
barely feelR his bruises. Kvery Indian
took a turn at punting nnd receiving punts
this ufternnn after the customary turns
around the track. Tho second team made
Its last preparation for an election day
gume at Altoona.
Amherst Pretty Well Hrnlsrd.
Amiikiist, Mass., Nov. 4 tegular prac
tice was dispensed nlth to-day In order
to give the men a n-st ufter the bard
Dartmouth game. No serious Injuries
wete jecelved by uny of the reguhiiM, but
they lire nil slightly bruised. In u fen
days the scholarship ii piiits will be Issued
and It Ih fented that some men will be
lost through conditions.
ItoJI lllllHllll Iluns NN,
KoJI Ynmadu the Japanese entrant In
tho coming lh2 title tourney, defcutid
one of his countrymen, Mr. Knto, a local
Jap, by 400 to 48, In practice ut Slosson's
last night. KoJI averaged 22 2-U, uml
had runs of SS, 7!', 74, r.r. nnd 42, Vive
spectacular inusw shots dazzled the crowd.
To-night he meets lid Gardner, the prom
Inent umateur bllllardlst.
Denwirest Mill.es Mich Hun.
Calvin Demaresl, one of the Western
contingent In the coming 1S:2 balk linn
clntiiiiliuisip tourney, will leave Chicago
for New Yurie to-night. Demurest linn
Jll-t made a big flit run In pi net Ice. He
collected 3"S points' In ono Inning This
Is his le-st run In or out of cnmpetllloti,
though be mice inn S!iH playing alone.
Also In I'lilinmi Hie other ila tlcoige Sut.
ton made un average of 12.1 for noo
points not a run of 2B, but nn average
lb loinpiil thrnimli in four Innings,
Commerce and Manunl Appear
Sure Victors Over Morris
, RUT PLENTY IS AT STAKE
I Defeiii Would Put the Foremost
' Oil tenders Ollt Of IllKM'
! ,. .iln rpti
1 Ior ll,n'
I Tn-ilay's Schedule,
Manual Training- vs. Krasmus Hall at Wasblng
tun Park, Z:M 1. M.
Commerce vs. Morris at American l.eariie
I 'oil' I'rep vs. llos tilth at Washington Park,
I0.3O A. M.
flushing vs. Haibeens at Hushing.
There Is little uncertainty as to the
outcome of the two big scholastic football
games lo-day because In each case one
team has n superiority which Is un
doubted nnd which will entry to victory
unless Home most unforeseen condition
arises nnd upsets the. best of calculations.
The ptemler contests ale Manual Training
with l.rusrnus Hall and Commerce with
I Morris. An upset either In Cornnietce or
Manual would come as a .eete blow, and
In fact ii smiill score or a tie will be re
gal dtd as it moral vlctoiy either by
l.rusmus or Mortis.
Although Manual's reconl Is not the
best on the face of It, those who have
followed the toam to the halfway point
a I n satisfied that It Is one of the strong
est In the city and certainly the lending
Brooklyn eleven, The Blue nnd Gold
eleven received a bad beating nt Un
hands of Kast Orange In the llrt gnruc
of tho senson, but redeemed Itself in the
following week by trouncing Mackenzie.
Then followed two tie games, both of
which would have resulted In victory for
Manunl but for the hardest sort nf luck.
Commercial and New York Military Aend
emy were tho teams that held back the
Brooklynltes. The 20 to 0 beating which
was administered to St. Paul's School Inst
week speaks eloquently of Manual prow
ess. Krasmus ltd! made a late start nnd has
played only two games. In the llrst she
was beaten 3 to 0 by De Witt Clinton and
In the second she soundly trounced Brook
lyn Prep. The eleven should have hnd
time to develop now and under the able
coaching of Bull McCaffrey may be able
to surprise Manual this nfternoon. In rill
events It should be n battle well worth the
Commerce has won all her games with
the exception of a scoreless tie with Sc
ton Hall. The eleven Is considered one of
the first rank and certainly Is to be reck
oned with In tho championship. Morris
fin the other hand Is suffering from un
off year, and so far hns n sorry record.
Tho eleven mensurcs up well In avoirdu
pois, however, nnd the Morris followcts
expect that a strong stand will be made
against Commerce, If tho game Is not
close It will be for tho first time In Its
Boys High nnd Poly Prep, both of
whom have made poor starts, are never
theless fairly well matched and un
doubtedly will draw a good crowd.
To Use Forward Passes,
Both Commerce and Morris In their
final preparation for to-dny's game spent
the entire nfternoon yesterday In per
fecting their forward passes. Brown, the
Commerce quarterback, will go tn to play
to-day with u mangled finger. If he
can't endure the frny Clapp will take his
place and McCusker will call signals.
Gargan, the Morris halfback, still has a
bad leg but gets nround fairly well In
spite of It. With these exceptions both
teams are In the best o condition.
One Confldeati Other Hopeful.
The Manual team Is In perfect con
dition for the game with Krasmus to
dny. so Capt. Dingwall reports. Coach
Larson has had secret practice for the
last few days nnd will say nothing about
tho game eNcept that be docs not hope to
havo his team playing better at any other
time this season. The Krasmus Hall
eleven Is confident thnt It can give
Manual tho battle of the season Capt.
Brelly has recovered entirely from his
sprained ankle, nnd Weber will play If
necessary, tn spite of his bad shoulder.
Coach Bull McCaffrey has drilled the
team Into n snappy and hnrd hitting ag
gregation with admirable team work.
Frascolla Oat of the Game.
Frascolla, the Stuyvesant tackle. Is suf
fering from an Infection on his face. In a
scrimmage last week against Morris he
received a fingernail scratch and the In
fection followed. It Is serious enough to
keep him out of play for two or three
games nt least.
Klnshlns; Not to Lose Day,
Tho Flushing football team will keen
In practice to-day by testing the strennth
of the nlumnt tenm. The Hnsbeens. ns
lhe term themselves, hnve several good
players In their lineup, noticeable nmnng
iriem nmiiii uml iiuugc,
The regulars do,
not expect n hard game, ns their olden
adversaries nave not had sumo lent time
for practice to attempt
Parly !)tca on
Tl-A Poly football
tenm will nreaent
an eleven composed entirely of seasoned
players. Over half the team was green
ut ttie start of the season, but Conch Sel
gilst has developed them nil Into llrst
class performers. Cant, (llenson Is
lltli nt that his team will defeat nova
High, although he ndmlts that the scorn i
There's an automobile lan
guagebut we talk "Ford"
in plain English. Tongue
twisting technical terms are
unnecessary to make clear
the simplicity of the Ford.
And now it is as easy to buy
as it is simple to operate
Kvrrv third (tr Ford nnd every Ford
user n Ford 'booster". New prices run
about S.52.1 toiirini? enr $1100 delivery car
$02.'i town car ?B0O-with nil e(uipnient,
f.o.b. Detroit. Get iisrticulrirs from Ford
Motor Company, 172.1 Hroadway, New
York; also Jackson Avenue nnd Honeywell
Street, I.onjr Island City, or direct 'from
probably will be close. Coach McKenna
of Boys High has been spending all his
tlmo In perfecting the team work of his
charges. Yesterday after practice he snld
that he saw no reason why Boys should
not bent Poly. A new halfback, McCabe
by riniiu', has shown wonderful form In
pi net Ice. He will play right halfback.
M0NTCLAIR COURSE REMAKING.
Will Itr Longer and Harder, With
out Freakish Pea tores.
With the Idea of making the course a
little longiT than the present 6,025
yards nnd stiffening It somewhat, but
without any freakish feutures, the Mont
clalr Golf Jlub has begun the work of
dunging several holes of Its links. The
principal alteration has to do with the
ptestTit fourth hole, a matter of 637
yards. The tee. for this hole Is now In
the meadow and the green Is on top of
the hill to the west nnd behind the club
house. A new punchbowl green Is being
built Just west of the clubhouse and the
tee will be set back. The new fourth
will be about 280 yards, all up. which,
together with the gieen being entirely
surrounded with traps, will make It a
sporty affair. The new fifth hole will take
In th remainder of the present fourth,
except that a new green will be built
bevond the present one, which will make
this hole a trifle less than 300 yards
I'nder these condtllons the present fifth,
sixth nnd seventh holes will become the
new sixth, seventh and eighth. The pres
ent eighth tee will be moved further
buck nnd the hole will become the ninth.
Tho 175 yard ninth will begin the Inward
Journey tinder the changed conditions and
the present tenth will likewise be num
A new 500 yard twelfth hole will be
made by merging tho present eleventh and
twelfth, matters of 236 and 266 yards
respectively. This, In addition to new
traps, will make It necessary for almost
n perfect drive, for woe betide the golfer
whose direction Is a little off, as It will
make It necessary for him to negotiate a
dllllcult second shot.
Then there will be an Important change
at the fltst hole, which under present
conditions Is 342 yards long nnd calls for
u carry down hill from tho tee In front
of the clubhouse. Tho green Is to be
brought nenrer. so that a long driver can
reach It. The dlstnnce lost here, however,
will bo used when the second tee Is
brought buck to where the first gTeen Is
now. From time to time as the work
proceeds new traps will be placed through
out tho course.
MR. WOOD'S HORSE FIRST.
Jean Pierre Wins Prix des Rentiers
at St. Clond.
Sptctal Calle Dtipatch to Tsi Sere.
Pamh, Nov. 4. Jean Pierre, owned by
Mr. Wood, an American, carried off first
honors In the Prix des Sentlers of 4,000
francs for two-year-olds, run at Saint
Cloud to-day. The distance was 900
meters. FIvo other horses competed.
Jockey MacGee rode the winner.
In the Prix Fentcnay-le-Fleury of 6,000
francs for two-year-olds, distance 1,600
meters, Mr. Wood's Plaslr l'Arrnour fin
ished second. The race was won by
Baron de Bethmann's Morblhan. Jockey
O'Neill rode the winner and MacGee again
rode Mr. Wood's horse.
Fairy Dale, owned by Thomas rtltch
cock, Jr., with O'Neill up, was second In
tho Prix du Vladuc ot 4,000 francs for
two-yenr-olds. The distance was 900
meters and six horses ran. M. Ephrusls's
Fauche le Vent with Sharpe up won the
CHERISH WINS STEEPLECHASE.
Lays Behind Until Last llnrdle and
Then Passes George Kao.
Baltimore, Md., Nov. . The Emerson
Steeplechase, at two miles, attracted eleven
starters to-day. It proved a sparkling con
test throughout. Kxcmplar and the three-year-old
Georgo Eno were the choices, but
backing was accorded the balance of the
field. Eno fenced finely and forced a pace
that at the end Just told on him, for Cherish,
which had been ridden Judiciously, Joined
Issue with him before the last obstacle was
reached and In a driving finish beat him a
head. The first roce. at a mile for two-year-olds
in Jockey Club Jurisdiction, was
won In clever fushldn bv the Wilson colt
1 he summirles.
First Rare For three -year-olda and up
ward; six furlonga; spiling: Marjorle A..
120 (Trnhan), 7 to 10, won; Yellow Byes,
115 (llutwell), 5 in 1 for place, second;
Madman. 11$ (Mondon), 2 to 1 to show,
third. Time, 1:U 2-5. Paton. Frank, Pur
cell. Tovvton Field, Mils Jonah and Kden
Hall also ran. . .
Second Race For maiden two-year-olda:
five furlonga: Pankhurat, 109 (llutwell),' 11
to 10. won: Wanda Pltter. 113 (Bruce). 7 to
& for place, second; Clothes liriish, 109 (Am
brose), 8 to 1 to ulion, third, Time, 1:01 4-S.
Reno. Corncracker, Feueraltbt. Iturgeols,
Chicane, Trlfler, Mohawk Girl, Flrt Tromp
and Syosset also ran.
Third Race For fillies and mares of all
ages; seven furlongs: Amelia Jenks, 114
(elemental, 9 to 2, won, Ocean Hlue, 114
(Rutwell), 7 to 10 for place, second; Con
tinental, 101 (MrCahey), 9 to 10 tn show,
third. Time, 1:2s. Mary Ann K Hlmaron,
llryndow n and Cadeau also ran.
Fourth Race Hmerson Steeplechase; for
threescarotds anil u&uarri: two mllea:
Cherish. 131 (Boyle), 7 to 1. won; George
Kno. is: uiooinr, even ior place, ecconu;
.tuverance, i (Noel. 7 to 5 to show, third.
Time, 2-57 4-5. Hhannon River. Little;
Nenrer. Simon Pale, Dissenter. Absconder
and Obenr ntso ran, King Cash and Kx
Fifth Race For two-year-olds; one mile:
Tartar, 11& (McCnhey), 3 to K, won; Barne-
i tnr. ,tl,i,.-lti n r. tn nl. .nn 1 .
strenuous. 10.'. (Glass), 4 to D to show, third!
Time. lm. Barly Light, L'ncle Oble,
llman ann nrosvennr also ran.
Sixth Race For three-jear-olda and un.
ward; one and one-eighth miles; handicap;
selling: Rlarkrord. 103 ( Ileitis ell). 7 to 5.
llrst : Oakburst. 103 (Tt'uli.in). even for
place, second; flloro, 110 ( Falrbrother), C
lo & to show, third Time, 1:55. Herbert
Turner, Charles F. Granger and Jaequellna
Seventh Race For maiden tno.year-olda:
five furlongs: Virile. 112 (McTaggirt), 7 to
1, won; Pandorlna. 109 (Clements), 6 to 5
for plate, second; Abdon, 109 (Martin), 5 to
5 tn show, third. Time, 1:02 3-5. Sklb
bereen, .1 II. Gray, Novelist. I.lntlestn.
Jauuln. Repentant, Astute and Tncedrcdle
CARPENTIER WAS ..STARVED.
Nothing to Kat for Honrs Before
Wela-hlnit to Sleet Pnpl.e,
Pahis, Oct, 2. Dfscnmps, the l'renra
boxing chapiplon's trntner, says thai i
pentier lost the match with Pnpke from
having to reduce himself tn the wiht
limit. "Ten days beforo the dny," lie mj
"Carpentler was more than thtee pound!
over the limit. ( hoped thnt work woui,
bring him down easily, but I was nstnutid,.,)
to find his weight Increased. Knergeilo
action was necessary and he hnil in forego
food and drink and be mudo to perspire
"Two days before the match he was u;
two pounds loo heavy nnel when lie vwn
weighed nt 2 o'clock the nflernoou of tn
match hn had taken practically nothing rn.
twenty-iour hours. I wish to make two
declarations in Carpentler's name, firstly
that he will never fight again ns middle'
weight, and secondly that although I'.ipkn
(lid not make tho weight nnd the regiiLi
Hons may attribute the title of inblilio.
weight champion to Carpentler, he ha. nn
Intention of claiming the title. If u i,
awarded him lm will abandon It nt once
"If ever Caepentler Is chnmplon of the
world it will bn by winning the title In lbs
ring and not on the scales, thanks to regu.
lations. Carpentler would be glad to meet
Pnpke In tho half-heavy weight category
There Is some mystery about Papke'a
weight, ns at It o'clock on the morning ot
the match he was weighed on the scalei
of the Wonderland Club, at Its offices near
the Big Wheel, and was then about four
ounces below the limit. As he ate nothing
before the official welshing at 2 o'clock le i.
difficult to see where the overweight cams
Mounted on the Famous
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Coupe has inside drive.
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