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BRICKLEY ADDS HEAVY
His Drop Kick in Third Quarter
N Only Score mid Wins
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NEW JfORlsroroAY, NOVEMBER 17, Wli-cJrlM. , . 7 PMi md rM , .,..,.
BAKER KICKING GOAL AFTER YALE HOLDS" ON HER FIVE YARD LINE
O'Rririi niiil Wlinii Gain Much
gsMPrinnt. MalVov. is t was not
until tli third perlsi was well advanced
hit Harvard n .lie to put over the
punch that defctteil Dartmouth nt the
stjiliutn te-day mi Ulr annual battle,
,md then tlri-UI-j fri, the tl ynrd line,
ilrnppklcked ii jonll 'ihe g,une wan
,ilnnl before more thk 4il,n,w spectators,
Urv.ird Dl.i veil the 4st defensive game
ha put ap thl ycl, tlml offensively
J strong enough to iine within a rn'r
kii'nini disuncc of thV;o.il once besides
he 'im- !i Hnc'.lS) kred ami again
, the end of th entry Ii nf advanced
.i uthtii on- yi.id of ftmnuntth's goal
nn i" 'iiliidlil eorir t-. worl. The
'' endd tli-' c, ill,,,,,) 0i,hiv
i-Inn ed Darltinvith fri hcins scored
km ..n. ir. niiniio show nnv
nla-s 't imy Irivo in riil for t ir.. if
- ''ii oiciuvcl used Kelton
or In' min i, to boot tie Ii x,e down
i tied;. .ui. I in nrrlmnw inrk. ouulde
. t i.i-hex through the lie by" Wendell and
Ht M" . i-d only one oier tl.iy Hither
Tine)- or I clton figure In neural plays
n huh tli skirted ie opposite em
fir wiving tht ball on cris-crnss play
Harvard f,.Mv.. , orilerrturlns, the major
nsrt of the time v. life e kicking came.
leltoniii'.illed njon nfn on first downs,
ml mv.ir la bly on a sect! down, to pnht
the ftrt-t Inlf Hi filing r.-ns eqntl
o an eiliinttinn ho li:it'ven this ve.tr.
' lenell' ii. Dartmouth' uuirtcrhnck'
'mulled mot of them clear, but they car-
ie.1 a m-h a hrlsht thi.1rvartFs ends
end ta. klej pre.ented hltfrom tegalnlng
much srouud I la rvard 'tackling was
lejii and hard
Par'tiiouth followed tlnil nei ,urinij
he afternoon and took uantase of the
e fiminie Harvard mi Oftcnslvely, I
nurrr, no" iirrcn icain ?r as (an.
verou 'I hroiuhoiit the ft half and well
into the third period Whit,-, More;- and
Snow plunged against Hatrd's line for
-hort sin. It was only o, fourlhdown
that Morey or IjiKelliorn caej ,)p
Dartmouth esaycd a so within two
minutes after the same had in, j, ;nKei.
horn kicked off und Uardner,-ho received
it on the u yard line, ran i, thirtv-Qve
vards before he whs dovnedon the first
play Gardner fumbled the llmj jt wgs
grabbed for Dartmouth by Ik.tt. Whit
ney tried the centre of the I or three
yards In two rushes and l.letyn lorn m
yarn, it was men that r:nKeln, utand
ine on the 40 yard line, tried .qi from
placement. The ball went nlimd over
the coal line for a touchback.
In the period whenever Harvilf, In(
ball, Kelt on punte.l It arelv tlie,,Pr
of the :o yard line. s tin- pet ,.0P,j
Harvard lined up nearer lie soa ulnrl
it did at any other time One O0rP).
punts fell close to the Mile line lt fifteen
yarn oi ine goal hup iiaiiiiierifi.i..i
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iiiHi.aiHiraiH,lI U mv lHafliHnMaHaieiBnaL? lMBSujnaaHMI BtSiiiinH. -bh awBiFleXHIaiH.aHBniSKai nFiiHal K.aHiiW li&aBAMBaBareJ
cmuirii i-ruurton to tlr with Vnlr at
Substituic's Goal From Field
Makes an Eleventh
TOUCH DOWNLESS DAY
Princeton's She Points Made
by Baker's Toe; Flynn
I BIG WALLER MSQUALIFIED
Tiger Back Roughs Lefty
and Is Put Out, as He Was
Against Dartmouth Too.
" "' "' "'P """"r" """ h- Wk- -rlK saanrelr ., the Bo! po..
GET FOUR MEN IN FIBST FIVE.
Only .Norma ii Taker Manila In Wa
of Dartmouth irrri.
Boston', Nor. itt.-Dartmouth by team
work, which cave the New Hemnshlre
athletes four place In the Hist Jive, beat
out iirown ror the cliamplon'-hip in the first
cross-country run of the New Kueland Inter
ttillexiite Athletic Association held mcr .1
n oiire in Ilronkline to-d.iy. Dart
mouth's score was .15 mint, nlnlr llioon
was h close hcoihI islth ). .Muss Tech
was third )itli sV
Had ii not len for fnpt N'orman S.
"laticr of Drown, the Olympic i..vi meter
iV ' '""""'"" mrri auo nuve Had the
ii-iii in mi nrsi piace winner iimonL her
AMHERST BY VARIED ATTACK
Straight Football Fails Against
.Maze of IMav I'ratt Fit-Id
Hoodoo A ii n ih i In ( I.
AMinr.sT. Mas., sv in V illl.unn
finally broke tlm I'ritt I ieM hoodoo and
detf.iti.il Vmherst (o n ,,, h. ) Held
SWARTHMORE JUST EDGES IN.
I1HI1IIXT. IHIl lai-Th rilllll MIT Iiniteil l.mlWHJIV llin VIHIInrs ,, nil, .irnl ,l,..,,
it roll twelve yards nearer the i ,, nt'icli tor th.t l.rj-en mrirreiratiou, hII or whom in every department of the fame but lu
expeciitm momentarily that It w,i "rili'i "?. to hi" sjrionty nnd lie ontent ,ant ttulniiic- imk
outside. When he tell on it Mar i ith lower plai c THberraii awiiltlne 1 . n"J',,fc inihcrst mmle an intercstinc
ohlleed to line up prnctlcally on Its i iJJ from start to finish and was neer in """est of it In thu Hi,t m third o.uartei
M Die beginnliiB of the second iii nrer of losintr, even w hen Hall, the little thoy held their own with Williams hut
the second rush Wendell tarried luitle I urtmouth runner, passed him on tlm weakened in the other i.tinl iv.i'ii.
and then Kelton received an oppf Jtrot. h wmine Into Wh field and led him u" , J beaniifniu. ! .1. i .. , W!l""l"
lo use his leu, His punt a i I ! Vi , ? first, half of the nuarter mile lap , " U 11"',l ,"rk "f open
,3rpvli, In inMS.H uh.r. tlmr.ll W h I I llld t O t" n III t II t lie n r T,,t..u PlaVS. for W I I'll inliersls .,rl,.l.,
nnrknell Loses Uy 14 to l.'t la lllic
nte for Roth Trams.
Sw'.nni.MtRK, l'a . Nov it), -The, blcaest
u'ltiie on the Swarthmore football schedule
was w;on by Sttiinhinore thU afternoon
when lluclmoll. the rivals from leulsbursf,
'"7.!. to Ilttle IJiiaker.s. score It to 13
I lie line up
I.rtl rinlfi'si L'
Tea ni rr I
U'inkle . Kw.rett
RUN BEATS TRINITY ELEVEN
Hacon Dashes "." Yards io Coal
Line Trinity. Dismayed,
Mimu.KToiVN. Co.s'.v. Xo. IS. Cant.
Itacon won the Inst came In
. , 'I-- ni mu'ear as a esievnn
u'lrser I Player this afternoon from Trlnliv viih
1 thl "cof tie at 0 to 0 In the middle
Sure Swarthmore. It. Iiiirkncll. t.i,
of the fourth period h.
bled it and (lardner recovered it fori....
Harvard tiromptly shifted the s 0f
the play well within Dartmouth's tl0ry
for the first lime. Kelton pun 0
Llewellyn on Dartmouth's ii yannp
He ran it back ten yards belore va
downed. After forcina Morey to piihe
ball eomc outside of Dartmouth's .r,i
line. Harvard for the first time he0
show the power of ila attack, Vendnre
ihrouh the line for four yards, Biw
for three more and then Brickley mi
first down. Wendell made sixteen ijj,
in two more rushes and the ball win
lurtmntith's ;8 yard line. Brickley.!
Wendell placed it on the 21 yard line. ij.
'" then failed in a try for a field coal, st.
tie on the m yard line.
.Morey spranu a surprise nnen tnei
obviously strom: nnd determined
easy work ror the Urunonian when he finally
challenged Hall on the backatretch. Tabor
on by is yards
laber's time. 5.1 minutes .11 .s, seconds,
was iooiI under the weather conditions.
Keforo the intcmdlechita run was held
there was .t race of about .three miles for
fllZll SCtlOOl teiltns Tliid nt-.,n s,-..
easily by Arllmtton Hlitli, which placed IU
'"si. ""i'" amonc me nrst seten:
ItonhvV.S T.h.. n,n.. t.n. nt .....
T. Ball. Dartmouth, secomt. il'm. 31 3-5 !;'
t, i .-HI... iiiiru. .'j m. s. f
ball wns no match. The Mrem'th of Ms
line was wen proven when It held Amherst
lor nowns on the in yard linn in the la,t
Amherst had the ball in Williams territory
durlnc most of the Hist quarter and almos't
scored on a drop kick. In the second ieilod
however, the visitors came back stroiur'
Soon after play started Toolan made thirty,
fivo yards on a double side im and then
helped to britiK the ball nearer the Jul
line on line n iiniru r.,., i '"
F. It. Wsrreau. Dartmouth fourth." 34 rn. 1 1 M!l,iw" to Hunnewell c.irrld It over l or
J. S. Day. Dartmouth, ttfth, " H l.'. I ,nn remainder of tlm half tho ball seesawed
Oenaon. XI. 1. T.. sixth, m m. n. . T , h.!.... up and down tho field.
WUIIsms. seventh, is m. St 3-& s.; II. cobbl I tlm second half Amherst made a
i: -..."" u r.. i., i.iLi-fiuriii. I - i rtuip iii.i ii trie vppv i.n
was put in pmy on (lie su yarn line.
a puntinv formation he tore turotiffb 1 1 tenth. 26m. 42 s. centre w hich lost t ... i, .it i!, vvm'"""
vsrd's line and ran to the 45 ynrd line The others finished In the followlnp order T o i i.'ii S iC 't ..' ,r 'V11"""
lore he was tackled by Gardner. D.I H.rtoberts. nrown: A .' Cnik. Urown () foil, ,
month tried its first forward trass of Whllams: H. J. Wall M I, t.: It. i:. Palmer M I T Tut 1 Taidl c(!". 'r ''J '"""her tlrop
nm I, nt ihe Lull wen IfnnoloH oil) I.T.tT, A. Dow1, Holy Croil: V L. l)..v llr,.n Kltk, IIUI InlkHI, As pla)' inL'nMM-i
bounds bv Brickley and it went to Harvt;- I.' ,!"; ff2"Sj V,' "-oomls. Amherst;
on its :m yard line' Kelton punted to Daft' n?vk' u ? V- J ',' T.,Ji"r,T,,,,!,h: "'
mouth's at yard line, (ilbson mode a p,?'r5?.nJ'X,,i,r.'m1.'. $ ,';. "u-rLc,,',.Av.lulmL'l
pass ,o Morey ,! the ball went over IT t7 IlfKt:"Holy 'cVa:kTh"io."rri i
head and nil led to the 18 vnrd line befo- H uiitrln. u i r. v i! n....?. ,,' ,.' !
c.tucht one of
iiulviis imrmirinw. t innr. itlrscr. Murirls tJeals ' iniriniB punts anil ran scventv-tlve
m ,UJ"ti",1 ''-'"' Jritari Suhstl- I yaids through the entire Trinlf. eleven
.llsoKTrr,,, touchdown, fp to t T. l" ' i i lt .J the
llsines, ilarrfotit. lime of pt rlotls 10 minutes. I visitors bad the better of the game, twice
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FUMBLED KICKOFF HttPS
COLGATE TRIM SYRACUSE
Stead. Mnnrh Followed by Pass
to .Mel.aughlin for Only
Score of (Same.
Morev recovered It . K. Nye, II. I. T.: K. n. Xtrrrlll. Darttnoiiiic
.Morey Immediately punted to midfleit. K. Hill, M, I.T.: H. Lord, V. P. I.; It. II. If oil iel
and Gardner dropped the ball when he wt'llliaras: K. C. Wnilsay. Amherst; C. Sctesnule.
tackled. Kngelhorn recovering It. Itushiex. Holy Cross: K. C. Lincoln, Williams; c. 11,
by -Morey and Snow yielded Dart mouther Ma.K- ;! . h VUr. V. i;. i.; j; it.
first down of the afternoon from crlrn,,6,;,,wlWm:, i.Ply,flv"0'1' Cr0!":
mace As only a few seconds were left L' KCGbnn, Amherst,
Kntrelhorn from the 40 yard line made i
poor attempt to place kick a coal. Manual Swimmer Too Strona;.
In lh third period Harvard kicked off. , , ...
r-hec received the ball on his 15 yard llnehe swlmmlne team of Manual Trnlninc
when Morey was forced to punt. O'Brleiith. School scored an easy victory over
j an i iiu in i wivwni ". ''r": DmercJal inch School vesterdav bv n
dell named eight more and-Hrlckley made
it first down on Dartmouth's 2.1 yard line.
daln by Ilrlcklcy und Wendell aided bv
an offside penalty Imposed on Dartmouth
Placed the ball on Dartmouth's 1.1 yard Hoe.
Kailimc to. train, llrlckley attempted a
field seal from the 23 yard line.
Dartmouth, In tho next several plays dis
played roughness which cost them twenty
raids, This penally with another for
holding save Harvard the ball on Dart
inouih's 4.1 yard line ,and paved the way
lor lirlckley's field goal. O'Brien made
twelve yards on an end play. Hardwlck,
from a puntlnc formation, cleared Dart
mouth's right end and was downed on toe
'ii yard line. Brickley added slx'tnor and
inado It first down on Dartmouth's 9 yard
one Standing, on the 16 yard line Brickley
kicked the coal. . , ,
I 'ollowina the score Dartmouth tried sev
ml trick playa and essayed several forward
passes. None of the passes wa successful
and the trick playa. In aorn; which a
double pass figured, were nailed for losses
several times. .. , . ..
Brickley tried a field coal from the 45
yard line, but it was Mocked. Gardner,
however, recovered it. Felton and Briok
!ey made a first down In two rushes and a
penalty for roughness Imposed on Dart-
Siouth placed the ball on the 15 yard Jlne.
rjejiley broks through tha line and ran for
s touchdown. He was called,, back. a
Striding bv Harvard had been discovered
Harvard tried two forward passes in auo-
esslon and Kelton kicked over ths goal
'me Mewellyn prepared for forward
psm, but was nailed before ha could hurl
h ball. He Immediately tried another,
and it was Intercepted by Brickley, who ran
t" the s yard line before he was downed.
Two plays pnt the ball on the I yard Una
"hen time was called,
Harvird. Positions. Dartmouth.
IVltnn Left end Mogsett
Storr r Left tackle KBteliorn
lnnnrk Left guard Dunbar
I'arnienter Centre "'t"0.?
V Iirl-xoll night guard Bsoaett
Mltrheock .. , lllcht tackle ; K,JeD
Jltrlrn .. . Itlfhtead ...Loudea
'"irilner . . . Ousrterback UeweUyn
ltairiwlck Iftbsifback .Whitney
Pflrkley , Itliht halfback M.ow
Wentrll Tullback , .Snow
sii-ore Harvard, 3; Dartmouth, o. Oosl from
5-"l Hrlckley. .Substitutes Harvard Bradlee
for nenrtrli, I)aa for O'Brien, Wlc glesworth for
I'srmrnlrr Dartmouth-Ohee for Uewelryn,
"Itimsn for Dunbar, Rogers for Bennett, Whit
?otf for Hlnman, lfferty for Louden. Beer
Whltmore, Aahton for Ufferty. Bel rer
I. W hltlng, Cornell. Umplre-W. O. Crowell,
5rtmnre. liaesman-F. W. BtirMs, BCtr.
Tint ai yaiiaOe-1. mlButes.
In of 3S points to 17. Lapt. Ixavy of
merciai won tne dive, captiirltiK the
nrsi Honors wtiicn went to his team.
Palmer or .Manual was the star of itm
scoring 15 of the-3( points and uettltif
'honors in the 50, 100 and 22u yard
1 FOOTBALL RESULTS.
I I. rrlnccton. C,
ard, 3; Dartmouth, .
yivsnia. 14: usriisi, is.
point. 15; Turts, s.
40; A. and U , t.
an, 30; Cornell, 7.
ns, 13; Amherst, o.
town. 14; Virginia, II.
a trresnmtn, is; xsit rresnmen, 17
n, is; Trinity, t.
Amnerst tuemeu to .;t stronucr. Deluyeii
. ...... ,,,L.Min ij iiiiiiuuni anil
Connolly combined will, a penalty, enrri"
iiiu iiu i in mu in yam line. Thtee nlny.
let, mile inn I'an j .... , '"' n
but .Moore's pans to Warren was Tnieri
ccpted ovr the uoal line by Dristoll
tJSn.thrb' loH! l''t chanci t,i
r:i"' ii" iwi i iiiiiinieii in in.
'.'"".."'V . sitrrcd mrtiiri.
Cooper fumbled Williams's kick on his i'
yard line and another iloiibd B(,. pa;s
Toolan yielded a touchdown.
,..iiioli"i" wtMl ''a""' 1,nr "f the unrno
with li s long, spet-tuctilar inns. hWis
fti ttVi'i'. r"iM,ldera,,lu ground galninc
Jho Williams lino was well balnnied n it
betrayi'jl no weak spots. Amherst too was
Htrotiir In tlm lino, l'roudloot nntl Morrow
excelling, but was completely baffled by
the open plays. Huhburd mid Connolly
made several substantial gains '
!Trk v., 14; R. I
vl 7: Syracuse. .
.' SI. I.. II ; Roai
r Srt ... o, .,... i
fVi. 14; Sttvens, II.
S"jore. 14; Uuckncll, II.
SfJ 7; Vsrmont. 0.
R'A, 20; Osttysburg. II.
,Tl: Latayette, j.
Went tackle, .
Itlglit end . ,
Quartcrhack . .
. u '''"curr
( . ShlllllWiiy
. . Morrow
SrKACi'JK, N. V.. Nov. It!. Syracuse
met Its eleventh defeat nt tho hands of
OolKute since 189t at tho stadium this
afternoon, score 7 to 0. Syracuse played
the stronger came uf times and nrailo
many tlist du-uis, fieiiueutly forclm; their
rivals to punt or ri'noit to the forward
i lie nisi nan was pia)eu without a
score, but n fumble of a ltickoff In the
third period was the beclnnlnB of the
uoniitall of Kyriicuse. Coluate craduallv
worked the ball to the Syracuse 10 yard
nun unit iiien oy a clever forward pass by
.Mcl.ituthlln made the only touchdown
of the frame, followed by u coal. The for-
w'lil'U puss, one of two in succession
netted tho required distance nnd the ball
w.ia behind tho so.il line before Syracuse
iciiiizeu wnm nan nnppeneit.
I .eft guard . . .
II I eh t guard..
"uJlj; Jfarerford, .
.Vl,VI, 41, H1L.1,I ,
SLrs I: Minnesota, e.
T.ZnVi Illinois, e.
4fnl', Ji Uhlo Stats, .
irini l' Pittsburg, .
ofc Wahssh... j
a, lrVtusklngum. I.
fi' 17; Johns Hepklm. 7.
S'.'.i'Alvtrslty. ! Mareiurtts, I.
Salt Kntucky, I.
?.-- Washington Unit srslty, f,
M.lstPI- "i '"
IWJLKX 2'l MckUy B, 14.
VikIhl' ! Oensva II. R, 11,
""' Immsrce. 1,
S !irJ 'dfooklyn I'rsp, .
? Sutyvsasnt BconiJ, t.
t'snool Trln.v,-,, ,,
Clem non, cer i
nk i homi. Wfllv !'
aScOre Willi Am. AmliAm ,y r..-.i... -
Huanewe I and TooUn. .Nubst tutes-t Vliihims.
Clark for Turner. Newton fur Prlndle, Drlscoll f ir
Clark, Prlndle for Newton, liell, for Vo, fig pi
Mctliy lir Uore "'nkey Yale Llnesman-I'olf jr "lloba t 't I me
McOay. mount for J'roudfoii. lioiidfo?! f.fi0' lrt,"-5 minutes.
iiruwue, alien mr rrouaioot, l.lnd fur U. .Shtim
way. CtKiperlfor Hubbard, l.'mplre--Andrews.
Vale. Iirferee-I)we, Dartmouth. LlnevTiIn
Connell. Tufts. Tlm.of qu, ,rs-IS mlnmes
Ift hoirtiack . .
Score -Cnlirsle. 71 S.'rArn. o
llil JLIIIrhtln I In. I I1.....I.. t'..
7 .. . k V: V. ""i i'i"'-. Lsiiusinuirs ,riu
felt for lllibh n. I'.irrlrV- fnr lhl llr,..
Seinuv.ir. Seymour for Walters, Kiarsley for
btiufcll. Seymour for Hrowu. Walters for Sey.
,, . ,iiii,hii ,ui iMt-.iuifiiiin, iiamsry ror
rtout licfrree Bvaas. Williams. Umpire
coming within a few yards of scoilnr.
but nacon's spectacular run took the
starch out of them and another touch
down was added before the period closed,
rnnKiriB vkesleyun s total fourteen to Trin
ity's fioose orb.
The Wesleynn eleven was a 5 to 3
favorite before the name, but Trinity
showed remarkable strength In the open
ing; minutes and soon b id Wesleynn on
the run. Twice In the third quarter they
were only prevented from scorinir by the
stonewall defence which Wesleynn do
veloped Inside her 5-yard line.
With the exception of the last quarter
Trinity undoubtedly excelled on tho of
fence, worklnp In h number of well exe
cuted forward passes. C'ollett, Hudson
and Sage were the Trinity stars, while
Capt, Itacon was easily the shlnlnc Unlit
on the Wosleyan side. Kenan und I.aggren
aiso piayeu well in tln hack field, us did
l'arklnson and Kustls on the line. The
Wesleyarr victory ulves her a majority of
one In the twenty-ltvc names played with
.U- ,.ll... -I ..I .
hilt iiuiiij Liirifii eiiice llie auuu.il I'on
tcst between the two colleges was staiteil.
B0WD0IN FINALLY WINS.
First ItllS Victory Is Over Vermont
liy 7 to t) .score.
Por.TLAND, .Mc., Nov. iti.-l'luncins
through right Incklc and then dodging
and lirustilni. aside luckier after tackier,
until he hud a clear field, Faulkner, Ilow
iluin's speedy left halfback,' ran thirty-seven
yards to a touchdown near the end of the
secoiul period of tho came with I lie Uni
versity or eriiiont hern this afternoon,
Uicasco kicked the coal ami there wns no
luiiher ss orinc. llowdoin u limine 7 io n
thetlrst )ictory she has scored o era college
eioven mis season.
The Vermont backs were unable to rain
thrniiKh liowdom's line, but Softon, the
lireen .Moiintuln team's right end, ran
with the hall lor many brilliant cnins around
the end. haulktier, Douglass, Crosbv und
1,'lcaseo starieil lor lEnuilnin jm,l sinri..
Clnniy ami Wlialen for Vermont. '
i tie lineup:
Ilnch Lrft ,.,i,t
Wood l-f tackle.'
U'ft guard. . .
Csutte . .
itlglit halfback .
fullback . .
Score -Ilowildln. 7: Wrmmu o
fjulkner. Coal from touchdown '-l.acasce. sub-
Ti, .... ii 7 i 1 ,Si . r ,'i'ncii. rike for
""uk",' j:'"v, u-iw ror Jisu. 1-ead-
hetttr for itroun. Utile fnr liAn I.'.-..,.. ..r.
Weathrrl , lsdbctter for foster, faulkner for
luster, crmiint Hayes for .S.ilmnnd. I'ln"
Patrick for Smith. Gallagher for Putnam. Itrferee
-ii., iiiisj, 1-iiunrc runs, nrnnn.
Linesman Mrtlralh. Huston College. Time
Fouri minute periods. n"'c
CroVti)-. . .
Left end . . .
Parkinson.. ..Illght tackle
''islls. Right end.
Itacon. Oiisrtcrhsck .
iJiggren. J.rft halfhaek
Pctlgruc. Itlilit halfback.
Score Wesleynn, 14; Trinity, n
liaCOn. 2. flll.t s rrnm Intirln nun. I',,.,.
Substitutions -Hurling for Wilcox. Francis for
I.agyrrn. Jamrs Moore for Howell. I'mnlre
S. W Murphy. Ilnmn. Itrferre-O'h'elseii, .e
high, Linesman lircrn. 11irvnrrl Tim. .,
quarters. 13 mlnulc,
.Col let t
00 ROUND WITH GUTTY BALL.
Kcottlah Americana Prove Loyalty
to Ancient (iarue.
INDIANS RUN TEAM OF BOYS.
In Consequence Penn Has Kasy Vic
lory Across Coantry.
Llshcnia A, and 11., I.
Pnii.ADi.t.Piit, Nov. l, Pennsylvania,
for the first time in Its hl-tory, won over a
As If to give further pioof of their iov . l.or?s'-s'ouniiy team from the Uarllslo Indian
alty to the "ancient" Kama members of the I " 01 mi,riim ovf " the A. A. r. chsm
Scottish Oolf Club of Now York have nr-' I)lonahP course in Knlrmount Park, thn
.,. ,4 In nnMr.u,. .1. ...!. I.. - ' SCAril f :J L' r 1 l, ha n . I, r.ru , f I 1 1 ., .. .. . 1
I.IIILU LL, LVIIICir BIIUI 1) HI ft COmPOll- I ... ,.VL,Ln w, LIILI I.VII mill
tlon using only solid gutty balls. As usual
the links at Van Cortlandt Park will be
the venue and these disciples of the old
school are indebted to I.alrllay Bolton for
tho supply of hardtialls of a brand popu
lar tn or twelve years hbo,
Then to make the teturn to an almost
forgotten past all the more complete, con
tcstants will bo furnished with antique
weapons. Drivers will be of the vintage
oi isou, uniy one lounu will lie played
as It Is feared that after the players have'
thumped the hard ball they will all bo
ready for the nineteenth hole,
Raves Game In Last Qanrtrr.
WoncKHTun, .Mass.. Nov Ki.-Hy scoring
a touchdown In the last period of their Ilniil
Same of the season Worcester Academy
. J J ".hfn "g Acatleniv eleven on ting.
the fild wan the only count mudu by the
Asubujnlidlii placrs. '
Mlue by 19 to 37, It was Penn 'a first victorv
of the cross-country season, also the first
race of the season for the Carlisle trhool
.Saver before hits Carlisle turned nut s'twh
a weak tenm. Still none of Its runners has
reached his eighteenth birthday.
IJltlg.ner of Pennsylvania took thn lead
early and ho never lost it. The Indians
iranea mm gome 10 iieimoni .nansinn, but
on the return homo the Ponnsylvnnlans
proved too good, and to add to the troubles
of the red men a nnnihnrof them i-nt nit
tho course, one of them, Adams, losing his
l.anner. Pennsylvania. SO:) t-5; Stroud,
i.1ni1;.y!v.'J1' ao'4i s-s. Hu-fn. I'enniylvanla,
91 J)4 !-3: Kelsey, Carlisle. 3PM; Hayer. Ponnsyl
snls. 3I:M 3-&; Wskeinan, Carllln. 33:ta; Nash,
csrllsle, sj:ib: Webster. Pennsylvania, ,13::s;
Mltehrll, Carlisle. w.jss-SsCranska, Pennsylvania,
1 homas. Carlisle. 34:11 S-5: llutlrr. Csrllnle.
l:t3!.i Moutit Pleasant. CrtlWe. ,14.J; Coullon,
Pennaylianla. 1417; l.aniro, Carlisle. aC4: Kn
KlIH. Prnn.) Iranla.! aaoi: Warner. I'rnnsyl
S! r'Si".3-1'. t'trllil. 3:I6; Adams
DICKINSON STARTS EARLY.
It's tlooil They llo Too, for 'I'lir.v
Are .Nearly Caught by Krttliurr.
CiKTTTSBunn. Pa Nov 16, Dickinson
defeated Ciettyslnirgion Nixon l'leld to-day,
score 20 to 1.1. In tho first half It beenmo
uppnrent that Dickinson would win Thev
kicked off, recovered the ball and made a
touchdown Insido or three minutes. Within
twenty more they had scored twice ugaln
and kicked the goal! Tho excoptinnally
smooth working or Dickinson's bnokfleld
n-aln-d everything ror them, Dunn nnd
Goldstein making long nnd runs and Mc
tlrogor succpssrul lino plunges. In the
second hair tho (lettyahtirg team came
back strong and by consistent play rushed
the ball aoross for two touchdowns.
Helm.. Left end ...
nulrbohn Left tackle. ,
,S. Dlehl, Left guard
Shaffer.. . . Centre ....
neck. ,. Illght guard .. ,
noegle Illght tackle ....
Sleek., night end ... .
Hoar.. ,. Quarterback.. .
Leathers.. ..Illght halfback.
Mahafflr. ., .Lefi halfback .. ,
I'ofnnbergcr Fullback .
Score Dickinson. :o: Orttvkhurr
tutlons Srheffer for Maharne. Daniel fnr I'mi.
Ilockwrll for tloldsteln. Stolnacher for Srheffer.
Pudrrbaugh for Walklns. llrfrrrr- rienuelt,
Pennsylvanls. Umplre-Dltrlrh, Lafajettr.
Uuesnian Young, Cornell,
WANT TO PLAY INDEPENDENTLY.
"'"' oris A. C. Hockey .Men Ask
I'rrmlsalnii I'roni Clnli.
At the meeting of the executive com
mittee of thn Amateur Hockey U-ague
on 'iticsday next at tho St. Nicholas Itink
tho tinestitui of tha eligibility or tho sus
IsMided membciH of the Wnntlerern will
b decided. tieorco Harmon, Charles
KInsclla, Charles Mitchell and Krnest
(iaron havo applied for n reversal of judg
ment and reinstatement. They
offering places on other teams und are
anxious to play, hut under tho iiiIcn of
tno leitBtio cintiot .nun unothor club until
tlm suspension Is fiei
Jaiiifs C. O'llriini. who is farming the
new Irish American team, wantH onn or
"I iiiviii on inai IIU Crtll KUI1KO llltl play.
itig stiviicth or h!,s dcRrerution liefore
the season for pnictlco begins.
'I hers) Is somu tulk of tha New York
Atliletio Club tilavors turnilinr m, i. im
pendent team nntl pliiylni; out tho schedule
if the athletic muKiiates of tho club tlo
not object. Tho question will bo Blll.
mltted to Capt. .Matt Hiilpln and an efTort
tiiado to get his support to the plan. If.the
No' lork A, C. teiun does not como in
the Winderera max' recon.lHne ii,i t...
tcntlon not Jo put out n team, and if the
suspended players, aio reinstated uo them
as u iniiieiiM of u new team.
At uny rato .the schedule committee
will not frame a schedule for tho chain
plonshlp tournament until these tiuoe
tlons uro definitely determined.
STATE'S GAME ENDS IN ROW.
Ohio Stntr Leaves I'lelil With Score
117 to II In i'enn's Favor,
CohUMBUH, Ohio; Nov. ia. The Ohio
Htute-Pcnn State football game broke up
hi i row anu near riot to-aay owiug to
charges or slugging. During tho final
rpiurter, when the score was 37 to o in favor
or fenii Htnte coach lllchards ordored the
local teum off the Hold. Tho visitors ro-
iiuiiiieii lunu onuiiEii tu ciuim a torieitcd
A great crowd swarmed ncioss the field,
Pla its. coaches nnd substitutes indulged
In heated wrangling. During the excite
ment the colors of the visltluir tm
set on lire,
Pri.s'lkto.v, Nov. 16. A drawn battle
was fought by Yale and Princeton on
the gridiron hero to-day. the scor
atnndlwt 6 to 6 when the Inst whlstl,
blew. The Now Iluvcn cloven was'
.saved from defeat by a phenomenal drop
kick, which resulted In a Hold Roal with
less than four minutes to play. Thl.i
fc-it was accomplished by Hnrold Pum.
pclly, who had been drafted from "the
side lines at the beginning- of the final
quarter to help strengthen Yule's tat
it was not until the Yule players
realized that two field goals, which hud
been kicked by Hobcy Hakcr In the
second period, were likely to carry
Princeton through to victory that they
resorted to tactics that bordered on the
desperate, l.'nable to smash the Tiger
rush line for sulllclent gulns to carry
them within striking distance of th
coal line, the Yale men after Spalding
had caught a punt on Yale's -13 yard
line tried three forward passes. Only
one was; successful und that for a gain
of but three slim yards.
Then It was that Pumpelly, standing
within five yards of the cuntrc of the
gridiron, executed a superb drop kick,
tho ball being carried by the wind until
It struck the cross liar und fell over
into touch with thu points that evened
tho score. It was a life saver for old
i:il, for tip to that moment It seemed us
If 1'rlnccton could not lose the day.
Lefty Flynn. thcTYulc fullback, kicked
a goal from placement on tho 23 -yard
lino In tho first period, which made
thousands of lalo men rejoice over a
3 to 0 advantage, but It remained for
Ilobcy Ualier to make two perfect drop
kicks, one from tho 30 yard lino and
tho other from the 12 yard line, accu
mulating a total of six points, whlcii
placed the Tigers on top and enabled
them to remain there until l'umpclly
tied the score.
On n dry Held lit crisp weather that
made tho rival teams light with great
vigor tno gamo was played, and al
though It was not un ideal exhibition
of scientific football It was lntcrcstlng
from start to finish, bristling as It did
wltli thrilling Incidents. Princeton
started off with a rush, and before the
aio contingent knew what was golna-
on tho Tigers were pressing tho New
Haven goal hotly. It was after a
muffed punt by Wheeler that ilobcy
Uakcr had his first chance to try for a
drop kick from tho 35 yard line, but tho,
ball was partly blocked and the try went
Soon Yale, depending upon Plynn's
punting game, took advantage of a muff
by Stow Uakcr on Princeton's 15 yard
Avery distinguished himself by
I'lay Second St-iirrlcsa 'lie.
IIacsensu K, Nov. In. Ilackuiisaek High
School and Piissojo High School football
teams pluyed a scoreless tie game on Orltnn
Field here fhla aflernoon, This Is tho sec
ond nothing Io nuthlugtle gaum thesn teams
have played this year. Tho game to-day
was In be the I us I In the Northern Now .ler
sey Inlcrseholasliu League championship,
lint as lhce tennis are llpd for aeooiid placu
Ihey will play off noil Saturday, Uuthcr
ttrtl High School won the chuinpionblp
y dwfratlue Ouagv to-day.
Haduers Flashed With Victory.
Madison, Wis,, Nov. ie. Now that the
Badgers havo won tho Western Conference
cliiimplonsi'ilp a strong movement backed
by Mudents, uluiimi and faculty took
definite, form here to-night, to promote a
contest for gridiron supremacy between
Wisconsin and Havurtl. Although Atli
letio Director Khler favors such ii move
iut year rather thim this season agltntlon
la.J.M i'f' "trong niid presbiir.) will bo
J, i! i, 1 1 10 '"2r o" J'l'M to oimii necollallotis
wilh Harvard aulliorllle,-. at nw. Wis
iSi'dLn Yr '. mH n'vnnl in. Coins
... K Jf ,la taatwnfw do not ilesirt' in
vuiuv ri tHH,
falling on tho ball In the njck of tlm.
But as Princeton's dcfenslvo tactics off
set Yale's rushing attack It remained
for Flynn to send the leather over the
crossbar from placement n couple of
minutes beforo tho first period was
Another muffed punt by Wheeler la
the second period led up to Hobey
linker's first successful drop kick. An-
drews grabbed tho ball from Wheeler
on Yule's 26 yard line, where the Illua
eleven put up a terrific fight, wilh tlm
result thut a goal trial was tho onlv
tiling lert on tne rourth down. Follow,
lug Uaker's Itrst field goal came a punt
against the wind, which was blowing
out of tho northwest. This mlscuo en
abled tho Tigers to batter their way
from Yale's 35 yard lino up to within
three yards of tho posts, but once mora
Yale braced, and a timely tackle by Phil
bin resulted In such a loss (hut Hobey
Uakcr again was compelled tu rely upon
his educated toe.
Just before this period ended Tubhy
Waller. Prlncctsn's energetic halfback,
was disqualified for slugging Lefty
Flynn. It was In a scrimmage that
Flynn was bowled over like a tcnpln
nnd was found to bo In a groggy condi
tion. Not only did tho Yalo crowd sea
tho rough tactics employed by Waller
but Hefereo Langford was also an eya
witness, with tho result that ho ruled
tho pugnacious Tiger off the Held for
repeating an offence which earned dis
qualification In Princeton's recent game
Neither team could score In the third
period, one feature being it ingnlflces
tackle by De Witt, who loomed up Just
in time to prevent Avery from running
half the length of the field for a touch
down. Avery got the ball after a
muffed punt by H. Baker and was
headed for the Princeton goal posts
when De Witt dropped him heavily. He
fore this period ended Flynn tried two
goals from placement, one from the ii
yard mark and thq other rrom the to
yard mark, neither of which was suc
cessful. Thou came Yale's flnnl struggle In tha
last tlflecn minutes, which was crowned
by Pumpelly' marvellous drop kick, a
play that will bo handed "down In foot-' ,
ball history u one of the most eenna-
tlonal In the annual game between these
Capt. Pendleton of Princeton rccelvej
a nalnful Injury to hla left arm In the
luNt period and was assisted from tha
nivia la Kara, Savorfj othsr pity,