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BEATS NEW YORK EM
j'nwprftil Trinity Fallback Too
.Much for Local Defence
to Cope With.
MI'K I'AKTNEItS All) HIM
l lioii' Interference and Splendid
rcondary Defence Factors
in 16 to 0 Score.
Tin' New York University struck an
unexpected snag yesterday afternoon and
the icsult was that Trinity trounced the
Incal team hi the tune of 16 to 0. Hudson,
tho Trinity fullback, was the mainstay
of the vlsitlne team and furnished nu
merous thrills by his powerful line
plunses. Ho tore great Rapine holes In
the New York line that tho secondary de
fence rould not pi uk. Hudson was easily
the star of the game, and to him Is due
tho credit for the victory. The New York
men fought like fiends to turn the tide,
hut rould not withstand the battering of
tho Trinity hacks.
The Trinity line was outweighed ten
pounds to u man by the local line, but
what they lacked In weight the back Held
supplied. I.awrlor and Collett, tho half
lucks, formed itreat Interference for Hud
son, and easily ploughed through the
back field of the New York team when
they hnrt once got by tho rush line. Time
nfter time Hudson dragged three tacklers
for yards before he could be stopped.
On the offensive the local backs were un
able to cet by the Trinity secondary de
fence. They started each time with speed
nnd easily got by the line, but the mo
ment they struck tho Trinity secondary
defence they crumpled up like mud against
m stone wall. It was heartrending to see;
Ilaldle and Braun In the second half start
tilth a snap and dash through a hole
In the line as big as a house that looked
like a clean gain and then see them
home hack to the scrimmage line and
ometlmes thrown for a loss by Hudson,
Lawlor or Collett. .
The forward pass was peculiarly absent
from the offensive tactics of both teams,
only three being even tried by each and
h1! hut one being unsuccessful. One from
Huntley to Sears was good for ten yards
In the last quarter.
The ends and tackles did star work for
New York and It was their excellent de
fenihvn playing that prevented Trinity
from rolling up a large score. Wheeler
and Dutcher at the wings were especially
good on getting down the field and Vcslcy
and Weljier were tho ones who usually
were at the bottom of the heap when
Hudson failed to sain. The centre of the
line seemed to be the only vulnerable spot
:n tne jvew xoric first defence. Behind
the line Huntley and Smith were the star
men, and what advances New York did
make were due to one of these two plucky
Players. Huntley, the quarterback, man.
:iged to slip through on several quarter
back line bucks. Ills punting was of a
nigh order and materially aided In keep
ing tne visitors away rrom the goal.
The Initial score was made In the first
period after a fumble had given the ball
to Trinity on New York's IS yard line. On
a beautiful double pass Collett took the
hall on a long sprint across the field on
tne lert side and scored In the far corner.
Lawlor caught Sage's puntout and Kin
ney kicked the goat
In the second quarter Cole Intercepted
n forward pass at mldflcld and Hudson
tore off a 26 yard run around left end
I-awlor made four yards through centre
and Hudson tried the same place for first
ftown after crawling a couple of yards.
1-awlor made Ave through the some hole
and Hudson couldn't quite make the dis
tance. Welner caught Lawlor cold on his
try around right end and It was fourth
down on New York's four yard line. Hud
fon again ploughed through centre for
three yards and Collett followed with a
long detour around left, which advanced
the ball only a yard. T.awlor couldn't
make an Inch at centre, and then Sage
worked a fake and carried the ball just
over the line through right tackle. Kin
ney kicked the goal.
The two other points were made on a
safety after Now York had held Trinity
for downs on the six yard line. On the
first play Braun fumbled, the ball rolled
behind the line and he had to fall on It to
prevent a touchdown. The lineup:
Trinity. Positions. New York.
Moore. John left end Dutcher
liuraon I-eft tackle U'rlner
CaMator lft guards Premier
Kinney. . . , Centre Torrence
II ooro, James HI r tit guard nrlsiol
l-ambert night tackle Veaely
uie ltigm cna ivneeier
Nate Quarterback Huntley
Collett Left halfback.......... Tbompaon
IjiwIot Right halfback Smith
Hudson ..Fullback Miller
Score Trinity. M: New York University, o.
Touchdown Collett and Sage. Safety Rraun.
tloalafrnm touchdown Kinney (I). Substitutes
UmIII. n tin IHKn U... ut.k.
.MIl.XI IU, .UIIU HWIVi UIIU mvuii; ,111 OIII1UI.
Kennedy for Miller, Makay for Bristol. ISraun for
.Smith, Baldle for Thompson, Thompson for
Kennedy, Sears for Dutcher. RefereeHarry
i larner.i-oiumDia. umpire naunacrs, lowniDia.
Heart linesman Crowley; Bowdoln. Time of
period Two of 13, two of 13 minutes.
STILL MORE TALE COACHES.
TVItfc Cor 1st Van, Relief Coraa
Rashes' to New Itarea.
Nrw Haven, Conn., Nov. B. Many
roaches arrived to-day to help the Yale
cleteii for tho coming three hard games
with Brown, -Princeton and Harvard.
Chief of these was Ted Coy, the all Amer
ican captain, who will ba here the remain
der of the year. Others wera Poster San-l-d,
Kd (lias. Harry Holt, Carl Flan
ders and Walter Brown.
There was a long scrimmage between
the, varsity and the scrubs, with the var
sity lineup aa usuak Tha coaches plan
for Herlmmagea all through tha week.
The guard positions now are between
Cooner, Harbison and Pendleton. Of these
the last two named were tackles, but were
moved over to try for tha guard position
when other candidates became til. Cooney
looks like sure man for one of the posi
tions. NAVY UNCOVERS A WONDER.
Amur l.eoaard, Weight Oaly 148,
A.VNArous, Md., Nov. 6. Leonard, the
Iichtotrt man on the Naval Academy
ro.ii.id, did brilliant work In the backfleld
h practice this afternoon, and with his
ability as a runner coupled with the fact
hut ho Is distinctly the best punter on
ih" squad appears to have won a place
"ii the. first team. Ho weighs but 142
I'ninds, hut has the greatest amount of
.aiiir.tl hulfbback ability of any navy
Il."cr this your.
'' he first team scored against a strong
i nib reeral times In rapid succession
thin afternoon. Just before the second
touchdown, only six plays were necessary
in carrying the ball from the centre of
tliH field, Two of these were end runs by
l.einaid, averaging twenty yards. ,
Pick Officials far Big flame.
Pmnckton, N. J., Nov. 6. The officials
for thn annual Yale-rrlnoeton football
rarne which will take place hero on
Nnvwnbcr 1 wero announced to-day by
Munafrer Kheratadt as follows: Heferce,
H. UuiKfiml of Trinity; umpire, Neal
t-'iiow of Michigan: linesman, Lieut. Nelly
f Went f'nlnt.
Alnmnl Blank Flashing Varsity.
Th! Hushing Alumni football eleven de
fluted the varsity yesterday at Ingleslde
1'leld ,y u m-ori- of 11 to 0. Tho old
' niets shrined that they were well ar
niMlntcd Willi the new rules. Cnrwlu and
"lumjez each made a touchdown for the
NOT ENOUGH MEN REPORT.
nrown tin. ,, (nil Oft Mcrlmmaae
With Yalr Unmet Near.
. l'novim:Nci!. it. 1., Nov. B. The Brown
team prnctlsed again to-day without
Her iiimncc. Willi li.. v.i. ..-
days away, only twenty-one men reported
i""i:uiT inis artrrnoon,
Mltchlll wns at centre and though In
poor condition will be used Saturday with
out doubht. Several of the regulars were
absent, Including Crowther, tangdnn and
Kulp. McLean wns nt quarter for the
signal work and McLaughlin nt left end.
Goldberg and Qottstcln were in at the
1'untlng drill nnd tackling occupied a
part of the afternoon, and Ashbatigli
spent considerable, tlmo practising placo
Coach Robinson then lined up the regit.
Jar llntmen and with a set of substitute
forwards for opposition sent them through
a stiff practice. Tho first part of the
work was opening holes and disposing of
the defence. Then tho plays were re
peated with the backs going through a
regular signal drill without the opposing
line. Hartlett wns used at right half
throughout- the work, nnd It looks an If
he would displace Bean In the lineup that
Benn, Metculf and Gardiner were kept
behind the squad, but were not used.
Murphy snd Wade alternated at left
tackle. Both men lack fight, as does the
entlro line. A long scrimmage Is plnnncd
for to-morrow afternoon.
BRILLIANT FORWARD PASSES
ENABLE FORDHAM TO WIN
Elliffe Buns Forty Yardx on
One and Thirty Yards
The Konlham University footliull team
defeated Stevens on Kordham Held yester
day by the scant margin of 13 to 12.
Bronxonlans were outweighed as a team,
and for the first half remained the beaten
eleven, the count being 12 0 against
Kordham had the ball on Stevens's 20
yard line twice In the first half but lint
It each time on bad judgment, Stevens
taking the pigskin on downs. It was
In this half that the Stevens lads showed
great line bucking ability, which resulted
In their dozen points. In the second half
Fordham gave un exhibition of open play
that constantly bordered on the sensa
tlonnl, and had It not been for a fumble
on their opponents' 16 yard line and a
fifteen yard penalty near the end of the
game the Maroons might have doubled
Stevens kicked off to Fordham, and an
Intercepted forward pass soon gave
Stevens the ball. A series of line
plunges by Henry nnd lluniliam netted
Stevens four successive first downs,
placing the ball on the Maroon's 2 yard
line. Here Fordham held for three downs,
but Seagrave piled over for tho first
score of tho game. In the next period
Fordham oened the gamo with, a rush
but Stevens secured -the bull on a fluke
on their 30 yard line. A forward pass,
Seagrave to Howard, gained twenty yards.
Two line plunges by Burnham and Henry
netted thirty yards. Hern it series of
plunges In which Butler figured, and a
pair of forward passes, Seagrave to But
ler, placed the ball on the 20 yard line.
Burnham then plunged through centre
for their last tally, and Henry a second
time failed to kick a goal.
The second half was all Fordbam's,
Leo Hlnchliffe started the tide when he
made a brilliant leap and secured the
ball on Stevens's pass. Shortly after
Elliffe took a long forward pass from
Schofmelster and ran forty yards through
a broken field for a touchdown. Schof
melster kicked the coal. The last period
bristled with sensational open plays. Tak
ing the ball at mldfleld Fordham went
around the opposing ends for three first
downs and had tbi ball on Stevens's
20 yard line. Here Butler blocked Schof
mclster's try for a goal, but Fordham
played a desperate defensive game and
retook tho ball at mldfleld again. Here
Elliffe duplicated his wonderful forward
pass performance and ran thirty yards
for the first down. Harry Kane gained
fifteen yards on a oIayed double pass
that completely baffled Stevens. Lino
ramming by Kane and Leo Hlnchliffe
smashed Stevens's defence for the second
Maroon goal, but Schofmelster failed to
kick the goal.
Fordham. Positions, Stevens.
Vlvlano ... . Ificnd .... Howell
ytnncgan 1-efi tackle .Stretch
Slmonettl Left guard Hanson
Mulrey Centre lllanrhard
Sarubbl Right guard Kordon
McCarthy Itlght tackle Heller
J. Hlnchliffe. .. .llUhtcnd Duller
Schafmeliter Quarterback Seagrave
Kane Ift halfback Ilushaln
UcNally lllght halfback Austin
U Hlnchliffe Fullback Henry
Score Kordham, 13; Stevens, 12. Touchdowns
11. Kane. Klllftc, Heaeravc-Ilumham. Coal
from touchdown SchnfmelMer. Substitutes
Kordham, Hlllffe for Vlvlano. Sarubbl forOToole,
v. nane tur un.'Army. lioounc inr ucxaiiy,
Haves for Doollnr: Stevens. HH1 for Hanson
Campbell fur lllanchard. I land ell for heller,
.cliler for Seagrave. Ileferee Uurphy, Yale.
Umpire Murphy. Urown. litneman lr. New
ton, lennsylvanla. lime of periods 12 minutes.
DARTMOUTH DOES BETTER.
Line Shows Ability and the fleroad
Atrln Barks Imitate.
IlANovEn, N. II., Nov. 6. Better foot
ball than tho nlumnl oval has witnessed
through the entire season to date was
uncovered by the Dartmouth team In a
loruc, hard practice session to-day. The
line at last played good football, and a
second string of bocks, working during
the regulars' rest, showed strength that
made It a factor to bo reckoned with. Two
new coaches Joined the team to-day Spud
Plshon, '03, quarterback, and King Brady,
Even more secrecy than has been en
forced for the past week attended the
workout and there was absolutely no ad
mittance to the playing field. Two of to
day's linemen played well enough to win
a place on the training table, Dunbar,
tackle, and Lafferty, end. An added en
couraging factor was the Improved con
dition of Curtis, a halfbacK, and liarends,
varsity end, who have been the only Green
players on the sIcK list. Horn win De in
perfect condition against Harvard, and
this Is particularly encouraging In that
Curtis Is a punter of attainment; who will
nut the Green on a level witn the Har
vard kicking force.
To-day's scrimmage was long and hard
and darkness necessitated the use of one
of the whlto painted balls In the last fif
teen minutes of play, AiuraocK at hair-
back was especially good. Whatever the
weakness of the linn Dartmouth will not
lack strong backs against Harvard. Llew
ellyn, Morey, Whitney and Snow no doubt
will start the game, but another quartet
nearly us good can be round in Ghee,
Hogsett. MurdocK nmt iiickox. iacg or
material has been the least of the coaches'
troubles this fall.
TIGERS BACK AT HOME.
l'rndlctou Tried at Knd, bat Falls
to r lease llrtnrua to Uackfleld,
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 5. The Tiger
squad, seemingly much rested by their
two days stay at tho seashore, returned to
Princeton early this afternoon and lost
no time In getting down to work In prep
aratlnn for tho battlo with Yalo, which
now Is only eleven days off. The men were
on University Field for over two hours
this afternoon. Light work was tho older
of the day.
Capt. Pendleton had a try at end for a
short while, but his work did not suit
Coach Cunningham, with the result that
ho was back at halfback before the end
of ths workout.
BE IF ON A BIG TEAM?
A Treat lo the Eye to See tho
Wonderful Trinity Star
In Full Swing:.
ONLY FAULT FUMBLING
Han Kcmurkable Ability to Keep
Going After Tackled Notes
of the Gridiron.
New York football enthusiasts had a
chance yesterday to see In action Hudson.
the noted Trinity fullback, who last year
was placed in several all Eastern elevens
The Trinity man was the best ground gainer
against New York University In the game at
Ohio Field and his work at carrying the
ball caused several experts to exclaim:
"What a corker that fellow would tie on one
of the big teams I"
In one respect Hudson's play this fall
has been below par. tie has been doing a
lot of fumbling. Nut he Is aa powerful a
Plunger as ever. He Is of symmetrical
build, splendidly proportioned and slides
through his openings very cleanly. That
Is one of the telling points of his work
tho momentum and precision with which
he takes an opening. Then again he is
about as hunl a man to pull down as there
Is In tho game, using his shoulders and
strong legs to help him plough along and
often to tear aw ay from a tack ler.
The N. V. U.-Trlnlty game yesterday
brought out a new wrinkle on the part of
wic rrieree, nurry rtscuer. vtuen goals
weru being kkken from touchdowns Km.
I eree Flsoher spread himselr out on the
ground as prone an tno man wno was Hom
ing the ball, ills eye was within k lew
Inches or the kickers tott and he ulirliipit
tne ball's flight as can-fully as a Hnarp
auuuiiT lUKUlIC Ullll.
"l'rlncoton players are picking Harvard
to beat ale." says n paragraph. 1 he opin
ion oi l'rincctoii players on that subject
will lie more valuurjle alter they have seen
anil played Vale. Some experts have ) ale
dead and buried lor the Harvard game,
bin among those who don't regard the
playing of the game as a mere lormnluy
or exactly a copper riveted cinch arc the
Harvard players and coaches.
"It is difficult to give due credit to each
and every man, but to C'harle Hrickley be
longs tho lion's share." said Loach Hough
ton of Hat van!. "With the exception of
'thorpe's lerformanre against Harvard
Inst year 1 liae neter seen a more success
ful performer than wss Hrickley. His place
kick, from the 47 yard line practically won
the game, for it, gave Harvard the lead
and seemed to take the heart out of the
I'rinceton players. 1 remember only two
tierformances which enn be compared with
his: llutnett's goal from placement In the
Harvard-l'ennsylvunla game in im8 from
the 42 yard line, und Dentil's kick against
Yale from tne mi yard line in 1902, which
won the game for I'rinceton."
A wonderful place kick which Houghton
has overlooked wss made by Northcrott
of the Navy against the Army five or six
years ago. If memory is aright It .was
kicked from near the centre of the field and
scored the first points of the game. The
then Midshipman waa a dandy kicker from
placement in his day and a fine tackle.
Speaking of Hrickley, that Industrious
Individual Iihh made 84 points for Harvard
this year, &4 from nine touchdowns and
30 from field goals.
In his last game at Princeton. Dunlap,
the efficient right end of the Tiger team,
has been unfortunate. A bad shoulder
has kept him but of play most of the season,
lie wasn't as conspicuous aj White last
year, but he was a sterling performer and
helped clear the way fortieth of White's
It is pleasing news that Trumbull, the
Harvard guard. Is out of the infirmary and
all rlirht to resume nraotice. '1 rum hull
i the best guard in last Saturday's ueatesl,
ana ii wouta re a matter oi regret srere he
not to hate another opportunity, unham
pered by injury, to show his prowess.
COACH YOST FIGHTING MAD.
Varsity Unable to Score on Scrubs
Until Thomson Goes In.
Ann aV.boh, Mich.. Nov. 5. With some
thing that faintly resembled the varsity
Yost managed to amass two touchdowns
this afternoon against one for the re
serves. The scrubs tallied first In about
fifteen minutes, and from then on forced
the fighting. There was not a minute that
the first string had anything on the scrubs
and the coaches were frothing at the
mouth In their efforts to get the first team
going and fighting.
Later Capt. Thomson was sent in at full
and with his help and driving the varsity
got going In belter shape. It Is evident
that Yost Ib continuing his vain search for
line material. It was a sad exhibition and
one that looks bad for the Penn game un
less there Is a decided change for the bet
CRAIG ASSUMES COMMAND.
Will Be at Reins of Penn In Game
With Sllchlaan Saturday.
Philadelphia, Nov. 6. Walter Craig
will command the Bed and Bluo team In
the game with Michigan on Franklin
Field next Saturday, for his running of
the team was ho good again this after
noon that Coach Andy Smith, who long
has clung to Minds, decided upon the
The Bed nnd Blue team, or that part
of It that did not go away to vote, turned
out for a short secret practice and a
light scrimmage with tho scrubs. Minds,
Mercer and Simpson were not on the
field. Smith spent considerable time with
Marshall, who Is doing some neat goal
kicking. He may get a chance at a field
goal In the game with Michigan. Craw
ford, a lean halfback, has been doing
such sterling work In the open Held that
there Is a good chance he may displace
some one of the varsity backs before the
game with the Wolverines.
The Bed and Blue team will be taken
to Media or Wayne to-morrow by the
coaches If the consent of the faculty com
mittee can be obtained. ,
flOUTH BETHLEHEM, Pa., Nov. 5. With
most of the men still sore Lehigh started
In to-dar to Breparo for the Bwarthmore
game. To-morrow hard work will ba be
gun with the return of Ilejldent Coach
Keady after a week's Illness.
WEST POINT, N. T., Nov. S. The coaches
continued work to-day In preparation for
the game with the Indians here next Satur
day. The men were not driven hard, and
after the preliminary dummy tackling, goal
kicking and punting went through a short
signal drill, after which a fifteen minute
criminate was ordered. Devore, whose leg
Is nearly well, stayed throughout the strenu
ous work and played la his usual brilliant
style. There was no scoring.
CArtLIHI.K, I' Nov. . Because of the
Carlisle Indian reserve game at Latrobe to
day the varsity Indian team did not have
the usual scrimmage. Coarh Warner ap
preciates the task that will fall to the lti
dlans Saturday, when they play at West
Point. New plays were tried this evening.
Y, M. II, A. Leasjae Opens.
The Ninety-second Street Y. M. H. A.
defented the Terrace City Y. M. II. A. of
Yonkers by 64 to 23 yesterday in the
opening of the Y, M. II. A. Athletic
League basketball tournament. The local
team led all tho way.
Prospect Park Football Results,
Mldmont A, C, 31; Hontex A. C. I.
rtuiland A. (.'., 1:; Trojan A. C. 0.
Hollywood A. C, IX. Celtic A, (-'., ,
Colonial A, '., :i Mohawk A. C. 0.
I'lrcnne A. :., la; Hushwlck Triangles, 0,
Decatur A. C. !l; Hawk A. I'., 0,
Walllngford A. C 8: Regal A. C, 7,
l.enox, 0; Princeton K. C, ,,
Maroons, SI; Vlllansva,
Bsdferds, III OresB A. C, .
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912,
EVEN FOR THREE PERIODS.
Thea Horace Mann Bears Caller In
Submission In Fierce Hash.
Horace Mann and Cutler School battled
evenly for three periods at Horace Mann
Field yesterday morning, and then the
former broke loose with a ripping attack
and scored two touchdowns, making the
score 12 to 0. Horace Mann had the bull
In mldfleld at the beginning of the last
quarter ns a result of a twenty-flvo jaitl
run by Walnrlght at the close of the third
period. A forward pass from Walnrlght
to Cook was good for twenty yards, and
Cook then plunged through the line and
added twenty more. Cook made a two
yard gain and then Wllght scored from
the 8 yard line.
Although the time was limited, the
Horace Mann backfleld began a haid at
tack and routed Cutler. Stuart scored
the second touchdown. Van Alstyne of
Horace Mann dislocated his shoulder In a
Horace Mann. Pusltlon. Culler.
Horn Left end,,. Connelley
Williams. Left tackle L. Conn
Herbert Left guard Cohden
Duanell Centre Van Horn
rpstean Right guard V. Cnhu
Devlne Itltht tackle Uowllng
fluahby Itltht end Twyeforl
Wright.. . . , .Quarterback M. Herbert
Cook.., . . I eft halfback Ontiylan
Van Alstyne.... lllght halfback Walnrlfhl
Stuart 1 ullback ... . .Keck
Score Horace Mann, 12: Culler School, 0.
Touchdowns Wright, Stuart. Substitutes
Horace Mann- Drive tor Stuart. Stusrt for Drive,
Reynolds for Dushby, straucl: for Dunnell. User
for Van Alstyne. Culler Duff for Cobden.
Heferea Hamilton. Time of periods 10 minutes.
ERASMUS GQtTOL PIECES
BEFORE MANUAL'S ADVANCE
Weakened by Loss of Her Best
Plnyors Beaten Eleven
, FailB to Hold.
The fust Manual football team defeated
the light Krasmus eleven yesterday at
Washington Park, Brooklyn, by the score
of 25 to 0. Manual hud tho advantage
from the start, repeatedly tearing off ten
and twenty yard runs around ends'and
through the llnei Finn Interference and
well executed delayed passes and forward
passes added to Krasmus's dlscomfttutc.
Added to this, man for man Manual's men
were speedier and at least ten pounds
heavier. r .
Krasmus played a plucky game, but at
no time was Manual's goal line In danger,
while Erasmus's was continually threat
ened. In the first quarter Manual had two
chances for a touchdown, but when on
Erasmus's 3 yard line was penalised for
holding. In tho second quarter Young
crossed the goal line on a forward pass
from Goldberg, but when tackled he fum
bled the ball. Snyder fell on It and' the
ball was put In play from the 20 yard line.
A few minutes later Eagon tried a drop
kick from the 35 yard line and It fell short.
Means n picked the ball up and started for
the Manual goal line. He had not gone
ten yards hen he saw his mistake, turned
around and crossed the Erasmus line.
Referee McElroy ruled that lieanan was
offside In recovering the ball before It was
touched by Erasmus. The touchdown did
not count and the ball waa put In scrim
mage from the 20 yard line by Krasmus.
In the third quarter the first touchdown
was made by a long forward pass from
Goldberg to Harmon. Dingwall failed to
kick tho goal. Erasmus took a brsce and
held for the remainder of that quarter. In
the last quarter Erasmus went to pieces,
with Weber, Bnyder and Halstrad out be
causo of Injuries, and Manual scored three
more touchdowns. The lineup:
Manual. Posttlom. Kraamus.
Aekermao Left end (Capt.) Hrleley
McGarry Left tackle... Woltcrbeek
UtngwafJ fCapt.). Left ruard.. ..DeVean
Neuraaa Caalre Halatead
Parlseita..... lUrht guard Costellanoa
oung.. . Itlrht tackle. .. Kepharl
Qulnn Itlihlend Matthews
rile. i. Quarterback .. .Olsen
Harmos I-eft halfback.. Buahong
Charles lllght halfback.. . . Weber
Tanalow Fullback Snyder
Soare Manual, 15; Krasmus, 0. Touchdowns
llarmoo, 1; Charles. 2. Goals from touchdown
1 list wall. Substitutes neanan for Qulnn, Uold
berg for Zeltx Karon for Arkerman, zeitt for
(ioldberg. Hall for Ackerman. Wcllerfnr McCarry.
Montrose (or Young. Colcord for Neuman, Calon
for Weber. Home for Snyder. Jackson for Hal
stead. Haron for Brleley. Anderson for Haron.
Jteferee McKlrey. Craplrr t'ulla. Unesmaa
Hupaulck. lime of periods II minutes.
POLY FIGHTS HABD UPHILL.
Rliea Oat Trlaaaph After Boys High
Makes First Ncorr.
Poly Prep recovered from a poor start
and managed to defeat the eleven of Hoys
High by a score of 14 to 6 before a large
crowd at Washington Park yesterday
mainly through the work of Du Tremblay.
Dave Fultz played a conspicuous part as
umpire by inflicting severe penalties
throughout the contest. Two Boys play
ers were banished to the clubhouse and
penalties for offside play and holding were
Hoys High scored first when Marshall
and Hollman worked the ball from mld
fleld to the 25 yard line by line plunging.
Hollman went through left tackle for a
flrbt down, and Tiffany and Marshall hit
tho same spot for another first down.
Hollman then made three yards and re
peated the ploughing process for an addi
tional two yards atid a touchdown.
Poly's first score came when Du Trem
blay did the unexpected. He played Qlen-
son and Lusclkl around the extremities
of the Itoys' line until the 15 yard line was
reached, then made a pass to Hollman.
who planted the ball safely behind the
goal posts. I
In the second half Boys High held on
their 1 yard line until the fourth down,
when Du Tremblay squeezed over while
the two lines were settling Into position.
It was a play entirely between Neurohr
and himself. The lineup:
Poly Prep. Positions. Boys High.
ulnn Lert end Reimport
utton Lefltaekl Lanre
pstergrea Left guard Heath
Neurohr Centre Cbel
Itedmood night guard Webb
Brounder Might tackle Utauer
Cochran Hit ht end Ararueo
Du Tremblay Quarterback TlfTlnay
pleason Left halfback Hollman
Lusclkl... .Right halfback Marshall
Mansbacb Fullback Dolan
Score-Poly Prep, If: Boys High, o. Touch
downs Du Tremblay. Hollman, Cochran. Goals
from touchdown Uleason, 2, Substitutes
Haggerty for Qulnn, McQueeny for Acaruso,
Pendleton for Ostergren. Ileferee E. Thorpe.
Columbia. Umpire Fults, llroun. lime of
SAYS WA0HER BEAT GIANTS.
MeOrsw Gives Shortstop CrYdlt for
Red So Victory.
Pursuant to the terms of his contract
to uplift the stage, John McOraw arrived
In Boston thla week. After the manner
of great men, he held a levee In the
Hub, and thereat told the Bostonlans
present that the reason why the Qlants
didn't beat the ned Box waa Heine Wag
ner. "But for Wagner we'd have won," said
McOraw. "He was the greatest single
obstacle In our way, and that by his great
fielding at critical times as well as his'
steady fielding day In and day out. The
runs that he kept us from getting beat
Oaly IBB Days to Walt.
The pennant soason In the big leagues
next year will begin on April 10, which
comes on Thursday. President Lynch of
the National League and President John
son of the American League have agreed
on this date. Therefore tho fans have
only 1B5 more days to wait.
At Prospect Park,
n. a. is.
oi to :
Alec. Brown's Boakumss
t 0 2
Dar. Cauh11ns Chathems!
024 ! I I :
Satterles Shaefer and Jacklltseh; K,
rttn and Utde;
MILE RACE OF THRILLS
MiiKon Car's Victory Complete
When Mitchell Finishes in
WHA LEX PIERCES FEXCE
He's Lucky to Ewapc. With Only
Bruises Baker, ills Aid,
- Breaks Arm.
More than 10,000 motor car race fol
lowers stayed nt the Brighton Beach
track until darkness had fallen yester
day to witness the finish of the 100 mllo
Election Day Derby, which marked the
close of one of the most exciting face
meets seen at the track by the sea In some
time. Ttalph Mulford, at the wheel of
a little Mason car, was the winner of
this event, with Lcland Mitchell piloting
another car of the same make to second
money. Mulford completed the 100 cir
cuits of the track In 1 hour 42 minutes
11 seconds, which Is less than two minutes
back of the world's record of 1 hour 10
minutes tl seconds, held by Spencer
Wlshart In' a Mercer car. The latter waa
a participant In yesterday's race In the
Mercer Special, but because of persistent
tiro trouSle he had to be content wits
third place, havlnx u score of 98 miles.
After Mulfoid and Mitchell, with less
than a lap separating them, had finished,
the rest of the drivers were flagged be
cause of darkness.
The feature event of the day was re
plete with thrills snd several accidents
occurred that might have 'resulted In the
serious Injury of the contestants and
spectators, but fortunately they termi
nated otherwise. Nell Whalen flirted with
death fwlco and the second mishap re
sulted In his being rus'.ied to the Coney
Island Reception Hospital, along with his
mechanician, Joe Baker, after his Na
tional car had run off the track at the
clubhouse turn, crashed through the
fence and torn down several trees. The
car remained upright and the occupants
stayed In their seats. At the hospital
It was found that Whalcu suffered only
a scalp wound and bruises. Baker broke
his left arm. Both went to their homft
last night. Whalcn's crash throuKh the
fence followed by but a few minutes a
sensational skid at the same point of the
track on the part of I.e Cain In his
Stutz. This driver's car blew a tire
while making this turn and swung around
In circles before coming to a stop In the
Infield In an upright position.
While Dave Lewis was leading the field
In his Stuts In the seventy-third mile
he drove too close to the Inside of the
course on the turn at the entrance to
the homestretch and his car got stuck In
the sand, turned completely around and
finished up In a ditch. Lewis and his
mechanician were thrown out, but were
uninjured. Later they got their car going
again, but were called off the track by
Ileferee Pardlngton, liecauso tho front
axle of the Stutz was badly bent and the
car dangerous to the other contestants.
At about the twentieth mile Whalen threw
a scare Into the crowd that packed the
field stand section when he skidded
around the upper turn and headed for
the outside fence. The crowd swept back
with a rush, but Whalen righted his cat
lust In time to avoid striking the fence.
Yesterday's meet was the second held
by the local dealers and It demonstrated
that automobile racing Is far from los
ing Its attraction to the public. The big
grand stand was Jammed, as were the
field section and the, clubhouse, while at
the track side and In back of the stands
there were parked over 1,500 automo
biles. Thirteen cars started In the feature of
the day, the Election Day Derby, at 100
miles, the field being lined In two col
umns back of the starting point. It In
cluded Whalen, National : Costello, G. J,
G. : Wlshart, Mercer Special ; Pullen, Mer
cer; Lewis, Stuts! Ferguson, Mercer!
Limbers, Mercer; I Cain, Stutz: Mlnker,
Kline; Ormsby, Kline; Mulford, Mason;
Mitchell, Mason, and Thebaud, G. J. O.
As the large field turned- out of the
homestretch Pullen sent his Mercer to the
front and led the procession across the
tape for the first mile, with Mulford In
second place. On tho backstretch Mulford
passed Pullen and then held the lead until
the seventh mile, when he was forced to
slow down, with his motor missing. Lewis
assumed the premier position at this stago
and finished the first ten miles In 9:32:05,
with Mulford second and Wlshart third,
Costello had been lapped at five miles.
Ormsby was the first to pull up at the
paddock, stopping on the seventh mile.
He lost about ten miles. On the tenth lap
Mulford went Into the paddock to adjust
his motor and lost three miles. On the
twelfth mile Wlshart was forced to stop
to change a tire, but was back In the rnco
before the rest of tho field had gained a
lup. Lewis was tho next to leave tho truck
because of the trouble, losing three miles.
At twenty mllen Le Cain was leading,
with Thebaud second nnd Ferguson third,
Le Cain's time being IS minutes 62.30 sec
onds. Pullen wbb leading at tho half way
mark, with Ferguson second and Lewis
third. With tho elimination of Lewis on
the seventy-third mllo Mitchell took the
lead, with Mulford second. Tho last
twenty-five miles were run In the dark,
with the cars Invisible to the grand stand
occupants while on the backstretch. Dnr
li) the Inst live miles Mulford passed
Mitchell and led the latter acroas the
finish line by less than a lap.
Ten Miles Class "C." non-stock, under
too vuhlu Inches, for Deone Hector trophy
Won by Lewis (Btulsi: second. Wlshard
lercede); third, Whalen INatlonsl. Time,
U I , iuv, -
Kle Miles Non-stock; handicap; under
01 cubic Inches Won by Ormsby (Kline);
:0 seconds: second, Mulford (Mason),
scratch: third, Llmberg (Mercer), 10 seconds.
T'.'!..L"'f ,or handicap Won
by Mitchell (Mason), 60 seconds; second,
Lewis (Stuts), 10 seconds; third, Wlshart
(Mercedes), scrsteh. Time. :4T :ES.
One Hundred Miles Free for all Election
Day Drhy Won by Ralph Mulford
(Mason); second. Leland Mitchell (Mason);
third. Spencer Wlshart (Mercer), It miles;
(?firin I'Ji !", (.rc'r.' s. miles; fifth.
.Mlnker (Kline), VI miles: alsth, Le Cain
(Stuts), SO miles. Time, 1H1I11.
Could Horse Gets flecoud.
Special Cablt H'tratci lo Tns Sow.
Paris, Nov, 5, Humndryas, owned by
Frank Jay Gould and with Bartholomew
up finished second to-day In the race for
the Prix de I'autal at Matsons-Lafltte. The
purse was 3,000 francs and the distance
1,200 meters. Sixteen horses of two years
ran. The race was won by M, FIsehofT'a
Etretat, with Jockey Bellhouse riding.
Swim Meet To-asorrow Night.
The dual swimming meet between
Townsend Harris and Erasmus Hall will
lie held un Thursday evening at the City
College natatorliiin. It Is one of the regu
lar tmtrnament meets of the P. S. A. L.
Joseph Iluddy has been socured as referee.
Tho events will bo: Helay race, each man
to swim two lengths of tank ; 60 yard
swim, 100 yard swl,n, 220 yard swim,
plunge for distance nnd fancy dive.
Toat Cronae aa Wonder,
riTTBBORO, Nov. 6. Because of Ills
easy victory over George (Knockout)
Brown, the Chicago middleweight, Hat
urday night after a long absence from the
ring, local boxing sharps aro buomluu
fliick Crouse, the young Plttsburgcr, as
a worthy foetnan for Mike (Jlbbons, Eddie
MeUoorty and company.
Urayaon Wants Over 9100,1)1)0.
Txwirtimjc, Ky Nov. 5, William
Oniyson, Jr., owner of the local American
Association club, haa Just turned down an
offer of $100,000 for the property, made
by a syndicate of local capitalists. Arthur
11. Mueller, the head of the combination,
aid to-day that Orayson'a demand Is pro-hjbltlv.
CRESCE5T8 BEATEN AT LAST.
Stalrn lalnnrl Klevrn Win h t'unr
Uoals In tint Milne Mtnr.
Defeating the Crescent Athletic Club
for the flist time this season at Living
ston, Stitten Island, yesterday, the succor
football players of the Stnlcn Island
Cricket and Tennis Club KtimiKly re-enforced
their position hx lendeis III I lid
championship series uf the Field Cluli
Soccer ' t-eaKilc, of New York ttnd New
Jersey, of which they ate the tttletialdern.
The homo team won handily by tho scum
of 4 goals to I, Tho first encounter be.
tween the same teams lud resulted In a
The' only Milt annexed In tin- Hist
half went to StateTt Island. The (lies
cents tied tho score soon after thn re
start, but thereafter they distinctly plnyeit
second fiddle to the champions. Fred
Millies, captain of the Pilgrims nf Hug
land, again starred at right half for
Staten Island. Dwyer, former Columbia
University captain, was the only one to
Staten Island. Positions. Crescent A. C.
VamlcrZee (ioal Oplnt
Sindsll nnhibark McClelhnd
Hllder ..Uft back Charm notl
Mllnca Illdhlhalf Unison
Banning Centiehalf (I.. letters
Ledzard ... Left half Humphreys
Ksuiman Outtldc right ..Ilarret
MoWhlnnte.. .Inside rltht Jackson
nl cr Centre Hsrland
Nleull Inside left W. JelTrrs
Van Laar Outside left Phillip
Scoiej-Slaten hland, 4; Crescents. I. Coals
Dwyer, 2; McWhlnnle. Van 1-enr. Staten Hand:
Harland, Crescent. Ileferee-p. Davlea. Lines-men-Kauf
mann and lllamphln. Hme of hal ca
THOMSON A DOUBLE WINNER.
Debachrr Also Scores on (tardea and
Shooting settled into Its mldseason
swing at tho Trovers Island traps of
the New York Athletlu Club yesterday.
A holiday never brings out a particularly
large field at the Winged Foot club, but
the marksmen who do nttend always find
an Interesting programme. In addition
to the usual events there were two shoots
at 100 targets each. One was a scratch
and the other was a handicap race. D.
F. McMdhou took the latter shoot and
the scratch event fell to G. M. Thom
son. Thomson also did very well during the
ufternoon. He alar managed to score a
leg on the November cup. II. It. De
bacher was tho only other double winner
of the day, scoring on both the Ogdcn
and the Olympic cups. G, J. Corbett took
the McMahon trophy and the Travers Isl
and tiophy was won by Dr. Held. These
events nil are up for competition through
out thu month.
CRESCENTS OPEN AT TRAPS.
laaagnrale Season and Kind Im
The trap shooting season of the Cres
cent Athletic Club opened at Kay Itldgn
yesterday. Twenty gunners reported op
the firing lino and enjoyed an all diiy
shoot. In the morning thre was an Elec.
tlon Day cup at 100 targets. The event
was won by J. S. Lnwsoii. The smne
gunner also took the HollJay cup In the
afternoon, winning the latter event with
a total of 92 out of a possible 100 targets.
The Committee cup was the other event
on the programme. Tho prize Is up for
competition on every Saturday and hull
day during November. Each leg Is to he
at 60 targets, and In the opening shoot
yesterday George Brower did the best
work, breaking 48. The New Moon gun
ners have Improved their shooting grounds
since last fall. A new shooting house has
been built and new traps have been set
itp. The house Is far larger than the old
one at Bay Ridge.
YESTERDAY'S SOCCER GAMES.
The soccer football team of the Central
Y. M. C. A. of Hrooklyn defeated the Hlch
mond County Field Club or Staten laland by
the score of 2 goals to 1 In a league game
at Hawthorne Field, nrooklyn. yesterday.
In the flrst hair the Centrals had all thn
better of It. Richmond County put up a
splendid defence In tbs second half.
At Crotona Park yesterday a soccer foot
ball eleven representing the Interborough
ttapld Transit Company suffered defeat by
the Fulton Football Club to the tune of
goals to 1. McKlllon starred for the Kultons.
Montgomery Park, In Jersey City, was the
scone )eatcrday of a aorccr match between
the Spanish Athletic Club of New York and
the Hibernian K. C, the reault being a tie,
although the Spaniards nol both souls.
The flrst, however, went through the wrong
goal and the Hibernians got the credit nt It,
The Rons of St. tleorze were out In full
force at Macomb's Dam Park jeaterduy to
ultneta a soccer match between married and
single players. The benedicts after taking
the lead In the first half by 1 to u won out
by a score of 3 goals to I,
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lliifijrr nuiy and CIicit Lead in
VlxH AsrHiiiNl. Odds Pinal
Score Is 21 to 0.
Morris vicUleil In the stanch lli and
hnril hitting back field or Commerce st
American League Park yesterday afternoon
mill wns beaten, 21 In it. Although tho out
come, or the gamn never was in aouni, it
by no mmns ns nnlntere'tlng. for the
llronx lads Tough! to the litst dlt-h and
ininle t.'iiiiiiiierco work hnril for every point.
It nu n HpectAf uhr tains tno and there
were many exciting iiiciilenls which brought
the Mpectators to their feet. The stands
worn nell filled and thn crowd was esti
mated at ft.ooo.
When tho two Innnis lined up for tho
klcknfr II was very apparent that. lm
inene hail it big sdvuntnge in weight, 'tier
masslvn backs and hray lino seemed out
of nil proportion to ilia lighter Maroon
eleven. In the flrst miarler for all that
the Morris line held well nnd mnd a valiant
stand nguinsl the heavv rushes that wore
dircctc! against II. letter In tho gain It
wenkoiicd from these, terrific: plunges and
('nmmer(.n broke through almost at, 'will.
Illodgett was n conspicuous figure In the
game. He towered above the other plsysrs
and wns called on most often to carry the
ball. Although somewhat, slow In getting
under way, there was no stopping him Onto
he was started. Drown did well at quarter
back snd so did MeCusker at right half.
HtiggcnwlK unil f'horr were the main
atavn of the Morris eleven. It was through
their tireless efforts that the team wsAahtn
to gain what It did and Huggenwla" toe
often was valuable when It becama nsvei
tuiry for Morris to get the ball out of danger.
Although she showed it fnw smart plays,
Morris was not udept enough at. the open
game to make up for the greater bulk Of
her nilverwfrv. Her line could not hold
long enough for most of the plays to ft
Commerce rellod frequently upon thn
forward pass, but it was n very uncertain
ground gainer nnd It Is safe to say that
had the team stuck lo straight line pluogei
In the vicinity or thn goal linn the scoro
would have been even greater than It.wss.
Commerce received thn ball In tho Brit,
nunrter and lluggnnwig booted to Brown.
Two cuius were made through the Morris
line nnd then llecht recovered a double
limihle for Commerce. MeCusker mads
two gains which nolted fifteen yards snd
then Freer loet the leather on the 13 yard
line, Morris soon whs toned to punt and
a lis in the Comnierco Imcks, relieved by
Hiigemeyer on the lacklo around, play,
drove Iho oval to the Morris goal, where
Krrer plunged over the line for the Orel
(iirgan'wHs tumbled for a loss In the, first
s rimmngn after Iho klckoff and when' on
i the next, down a fake shift, was broken up
Mnrrie punted. Tho Commerce bonksi for
a tliirn time, Knocseu noien ip tne aiaronn
line mid Illodgett completed the march by
carrviug thn ball over just before tho' end
oi the quarter. ,
There was no evormg in the second quar
ter, but Cherr caused a thrill when he re
ceived a forward pass, (dipped by MeCusker.
who made a futile effort to tackle, hlrq.'.aml
Marled off for the Commerce goal-line.
Kenr was uftcr him like a shot and ho
brought him down with a tackle which kept
him on the ground for several minutes bt
fnre he rould recover his hresth, A for
ward push which went over the Hue Uncom
pleted nnd a fumble rest Commerce two
touchdowns In the early part of the' third
period. A third tlmo Commerce got U
wlthlu striking distance and again .was ,
stopped by a blocked forward pas. Mor
ris's punt was blocked on the 4, vara line
and Malthas grabbed the hall for, Com
merce, llroun made an easy touchdown.
De Doer.. ...
.Left guard.,,-.. . , ScrwatsnOtJ
mint ruard ..stone
. .Might tactile Welaberger
liUhlcnd , ..arm
Quarterback.., . .. ..Cherr
lft halfback. ...r tfargan
lllght halfback .StracSan
Score Commerce, si: Morris. 0. Touchdowns
l'lrer, niodgellnnd Urown. Goals from touch
downs HlodEett. S. Substitutes Commerce
Kaiimek for Freer, Clapp for MeCusker, aloCus
ker for Urown, Brown for MeCusker. MeCusker
for Knnarek. Matthes for Montgomery. Mor
ris Manley for Strachan, Krlleber for O'Hara.
Ileferee Irvine. Pennsylvania Umpire -rar-rler.
Dartmouth. Linesman Ilepko, Drawn.
Time' of periods 13 minutes.
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