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THE' ' SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914.
Football Season of 1914 Comes to Close To-day With Army-Navy and Rutgers- W. and J, Battles
OVER NAVY IN
Midshipmen Nasi.' Hopes on
Improvement, in Last
TJUniPlI FOH CADKl'S
"WILL 3IAKK S10IMKS TIE
HOW TEAMS WILL LINE UP,
Merrlllat. . . ,
X. hii I lee! . . .
. . . I.tit I'llil ...
,. I.e-fl tackle..
. . Left 311 iril. .
. . . Centre . .. .
. Klelit gunnl..
. ItlKllI tmkle.
.. Itltlit mil. ,
. I.rfl liiitli.nl.
. ItlKht linlf1i.nU
... liilllnick ...
Cold Water Has No
Effect on His Feet
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27
Charles 1$. Durborow, the
bank clerk, is taking November
swims of from ono to three miles
in the Delaware Kiver. He has
covered G04 miles in the last sea
son in lotiR swims and crossed the
Delaware 202 times. This is n
mileage record never before ap
proached by any swimmer in the
world. This year the big bank
clerk swnm between Chester and
Philadelphia four times in four
weeks, and later on made tho
round trip between these points.
1NEW YORK'S BIGGEST
FOOTBALL DAY HERE
Cornelia, si, I, re A milium (hp
Our In It It furl ton Hotel.
Within a few days workmen will begin
laying a carpet In .Ilia bamiuel hull of the
Itltz-Curlton Hotel to trniiuforni n por
tion of tlio u room Into u liuttlnic green
V lltlll J in Moot, IfllflTS lit while oHhth limttill further Kolf rourso en-
Si. Lee, mi amateur golfer, will open an
AMATEUR PLANS GOLF SCHOOL.' TJ I UADTTDO WTM TUTQ
rniuiuiuu mil linu
TIME AT LAKEWOOD
l'olo Urotiinls To-day llt li
Trains in Fine Sluinc.
iMITir OIMCX PLAY IjIKKIA
II; Wl I.I.I M II.
I.ikI year. II, Harrison, a veteran back
field man. lins lit -ii supplanted lit full
luck by ' lltci, who dot's a.i well on de
fence as Harrison ami ban shown mora
proficiency In conx-oylng tho ball.
This year's records of the two teams
lire uh follows:
Nary. 13; tlrortftown. o.
Nax- : ivnn. is.
Navy, t; IliMlmrc. H.
N.nr. 4: W.llc.erve. 0.
. 111... Iii'lt Army 41; Vlllanova. 0. Navy. IS: N.C.A A M 14.
... liilllnie . Army. M; Not Hani. ; Navy, SI; Fnriltiun. V.
Itatrn Army. Maine, u. Siu- It: I'nltiv. 21
Army. 1.1; Sprliis-llald. Navy. 3.1: Vrlnur. :
'Army lf: opponents, yt). Navy. tH, opponents. II
ll.V. routining is tne Army-Mivy rceorn :
lonr'. Army. 11; Stexene, 0.
Ward i Army. IS; ltutcrr. 0.
. .T. llarrl-i.n. Army. :t; I'oUntr. "
. x.iirlicii ; Army. 14; llilyCroi.O.
1 lvw. Navv. J4! Arniv. 0. lyll Armv. 11! Navv. o
Of nil the iooumii games oi me jmr im riny. s:; n.ivj.is, rov Army. 6
tho Army-Navy game has n picturesque i -.
seitlni- of Its own. different from that of ' wi, Armv. IT; Navy,
t .i. .i, i,u. .!. touches, of :!".' "HV-V 'I A""y.
41IIJ V iix "iim n '
color provided by the tival rmlvt bodies,
their vivid cheering, thilr wavlnp Macs
and hto satherlns of irovernmriital and
military notables who attend. This Is the
one K.ime of the year which the I'resldent
attends, and It has b-en announced that
President Wilson will be at Kranklln
Held, Philadelphia, this ufte'noon and ro
throush tho customary 1'reMdentU! cere
mony of croslnc front one camp to the
other between halve.
To-d.iy'w .rm-Navy -crip will put the
lid on the regular footb.il! season, as It
alws does, and will the nineteenth
annual battle between thi soldiers nnd
the midshipmen. Of tins .lihlten Karnes
the two academies. hie plaed the Navy
has won nine, the rmy elRht. with one
draw. So If the A-my wins to-day's frame.
It will make a ti-
Army-Navy battlitiK h.i U'tn fnvly
characterized by success on the part of
DM. Navy, 10: Army. 0.
1'. N,ny. 6: Army. A.
iM. Army. ; Navy, t
tM. Navy J: Armv "
P.-Jl. Army. It: Sivy. S. 1911. Navy, 3; Army. n.
'': Army, ?.ivy, .. ji .avy. : Arm), o
1WJ Army, 4; Navy, ,V 1KI.1 ArmyK: N.ny. 0
Total points for Army. 170. tor N.ivy, 131,
ARMY IN FINE SHAPE.
HOW TEAMS WILL LINE UP.
lint III ., .
N, A iinnklns.
Left tiieklr. .
, . I.rft mml
, . Irntre . ,
, , ninl.l tarklr,,
.l.rfl halfb-iek ,
.. v.'"i"i"i ; ." .... ... : Ti;,vf,sey itu-seii.
f'oliimlilu. Ilii'-ntim' I'atronesses
Indoor Rolf fcliool tluro which ho expects
to bo ono of tho most elaborato In the
.Mr. l.cc was tho secretary of the Tux
edo (lolf Clult lor years. Ho announced
yesterday that associated with him hill
bo live professional colters. Three of
(inein will te James Maiden of the Nassa.i
.Country Club, Hniry Vlnall of the Tuxedo
i club and Williams of the liplnc Hock
jiiub. Tho other two Instructors havo not
' been selected.
1 here will be a nlno holn imttttiir
v..i. COUrse." Mr. l.en iiiim,iiiiipi. 'ntwl rtMA will
Sii(iii.ke) be ab.o to drlvo with full force throu,rh
. .Miller, net lanes."
" ToV'iVrfi .Soll.lu ,,f tho natrons for Mr. Lee's
Mlrr",c,l0l will bo (leorso llakcr. (leorRO
... !-p.irr 'rant Mason, Hubert 1). Wrcnn, Itobea C.
''.,Ili,;,,2irill,'on' IVrc' vn -''I. !ienvlllo
Tii'i un . ,.; v ... .i viK ;rB '. vo:i'
. iiiiney ami iinn-
niii,l,il. Tnfis nL llrnitn. referrei mux- .; " "".,
will bn Mrs.
Niinnil f l'lfty-tTvo llepnrls
Wbst Point. Nov. 17. The fifty-two
cadets composing the Army football squad,
accompanied by trainers, coaches and at
tendants, left here this mornlnic at
o'clock for Philadelphia, where the Army
will meet the Navy on the prldlron on
Tho close of th-Wtbal. season to-day V'rtl.-X. ' s'r7 V ' H Ho'
llnds New Yorl; well pro' bled. Thoo en- Mrs. Arthur K, jtt llurden, Miss Marlon
thtiHsts who mi's the Army-Navy llolllns. Miss Harriet Alexander ami Miss
s-.ruto In I'htHdelphla may llnd. rlht -'aii'-tta Alexander.
at ,'ome, ,i contet which should prove
icVrrrs zrri player on defence to
son win nieei isu.ex .11 -afternoon
at the Polo llnuinds. Wash-1
liiRton and .lefferson hoists one of the
be eb'Vens of the :.is hll HutK-rs
marshals t!' stronuest cillc.nion In its i
The W. and J. squad, which ls,qiiarter-d
at the Cumberland 11. tel. went thromth a
llirhl rtnal practice In the shadow of the
llrush Stadium yesterday afternoon. A"
Its conclusion Capt. Crtilkhank announced
that ho would have no excises ,o offer In
tho event of ilefejt. The i.quad Is In
excellent physical condition and though
expectlrc a worthy foe In
HAVE GREATER LIBERTY
Btislictliall TiPiiiruo ( liniiiro, mill
ClnrifiVj! Rules nl Us An
Ki'iulall, HooUi, Kolibins and
Lynch Knrn Their Way to
N0XK HAS Mrril TKOUBLK
RUN IRISH GAMES TO-NIOHT.
bAKKWoon. N. .1.. Nov. :7. Percy .
Kendall, Deal: W. Vernon llooth. .1;..
Apawamls: Arden M. Itobblns. Harden
City, and Jasper Lynch. Lakewood, sur
vived the nret two match rounds In the
tournament of the Country Club f I-nke-wood
to-day. In the semi-Una! round
to-morrow mornlim Kendall will meet
Hooth In the upper bracket, whllo lt";'iltii
and Lynch, both veterans of tho links,
aro struRKllne for supremacy In the
lower. The two winners will play for
the chief trophy In tho afternoon.
In most of the matches to-day the
i,..- .. o mnriii'il rontrast to the
of a few wccks no. ."i""1 i
I'rdrrnl llmploj rc llnrreil
Compellllnu by At A. I'.
Madison Square Oarden will bo used to
night for thfi tlrst time this season aH tin
arena for athletic names. It Is the Iilsh
American' nrinuul and a lively time Is
expected from tho start of tho tlrst lieat
In tho sprint handicap until the ineetlnitl
ends with a shindy under thn mimo of j
Gaelic football between learns from Kerry
At the last moment the registration
committee ban cut In with u decision that
reduces the number of competitors In tho
relay race for teams employed by t'cdeial
and city departments. It was expected
that this would come under the rutins
of a tiosed event In the same manner as
the military hikes held last winter In
which sailors from the t'nlted State
battleships took part. Tho registration
HORSES GO FOR SONG
AT OLD GLORY SALE
Pacer Colonel 0. Only One to
Fetch Four Figures Two
Yearliims at $;ifl.
NO CAM; F0T SlfETLAXDS
tourney or a few tcj " ment and Police Department.
reM,!r."er ..Wnmilni round? had Tor the McAleenan trophy Klven Mr the
prize in mr (iwimju.h , " ".ii
Kreat dltllculty In wlnnlnn to-day. 1,000 yard scriiteh race Abel Klvl tt and owner, I,. II. Chambers, lnd b
Th- plajrr on defence had the yoke re
moxed from his nck as .1 rexuli of the
finnti.il Ihtnm 1.... ., .... . '
I.-.. lr M-in. ' . , ' ' " 'ne in-
1-orter an- tercullec ate lliskeih.!! ! .,..,. i..j .."
ford's battle line, Is fully contldrnt that Unlay afternoon t t, toM Auir.
pat triumphs will spur It forward to a l"st ason he las suffeinl t'.o often for
..i.u .11 iiKK 1:10 iniiiative In 1 came.
Pranklln Klcld to-morrow afternoon. The j few w . ami .1. appearco iu J"'.'
men were In almost perfect physical con- rich! to favoritism In to.da's struKKl-.
dliloi, and hot,..fol of vietorv. .Thl team, ubb'h lo! only one same this
The corps of cadets will depait for
Philadelphia at o'clock to-morrow morn-
In yesle.day's xcrci.ct beforea favorul " 7. , ' "' ' "err-
Til.- bulk of the t.ilkliic In hl helmir
Iitt i.it t. nenlf,1 tt-nltt 14 ml 11 n.-oml Kn,
lint will carry the oltlcers ami iel.lents
1 of tho post All the oith-ers on duty hern
except one and most of the troopi will
the team which xva supposed to have th" ; ko. Lieut. K. W. Putney, Coast Artillery
I season, and :h,tt .1 xery i-redllable showinc
aKalust llanatd, which was pressed to
win by 10 to has m .irnl b" rl-K over
both Vale nnl littsbiirir
, Capt. Crulki..iak did not .Liiiive Ms
dlsilrctlon without merit. He Is con
' sideml out- of the ' bes: eenwes )n
.l . t.-i..ii . rnrtunato In ills
S ofTK- Vr; Forest. I-ewood.
by a . and 2 martin this mornimc. ror
In tho Waten elsht this '!'lrn"0"
Korest played the best Bif sen lhu
far in the tourney. 1
llooth reached the semi-final by ellm-,
Inatlni: Harold A, Steluer of HoyijrHl ,
by : up and 1 to Play, and tobblns .
ait.r wlnnlnB en-lly In the mornlnR. had ,
to co to tho bom" Itrern t" l '
Kimball. I.akewoo.1, by 2 UP this alter-
no. . .u v,ioii 1
In both Mxteen ami in "
clr.hts an Innovation In '-'1. wll
.laments, both semi-finals an- finals, win
b played to-morrow. In add Ion. there
will be an eluhteen hole handicap. The
summary : ,,
Plrt Hlxte-n. Tlr-t noand-rrederleli II.
P0',!J. tak.woo,. I.-U. ,vf- &.
son. Kox Hills. I P. i..,v-no,1. 3
Ii.ai.ne11 r.. "".,, ir . Afawaml'.
One of the most successful hors tUt
of recent years ended In Madison S'(uat,
Oarden yetcrdny .with choice mortl,
for the barffaln hunters who had he
waltliiK throughout tho week for th prliy,
to drop to a point where, men who rin..
committee ruled that Kcder.il employees horses for pleasuro could step In and tike
nuuiii uc uarrcu un'Fr nutn o u;- 11 ciiance oil SIOCK Of raiini? lilOOtl
Only one horso was boosted to f0)lp
flKUres and this. Mranitn to say. wax ,x
pacer. Colonel u., a six-year-old bay
lion with a record of 2 13 1.4 mid t
Mlneola this year. Impiefsed th. ,n-
men as heliiK n Rood propo-ltlon for r. ,
season, as foionel 11. according in w.
tlon and the Irish club had to decline en
tries from the Post Office, Custom llouo
and navy y.nd. The learns which pass
muster will h from th Water Depart
ment, Hoaid of IMucatlou, Tire Iiepart-
llmmy Powers will be th only starters
with a chance to lii'T'ase tho Ifjrs on
the trophy for tblr clubs. This prize
has t, In. mm th.ei. tlnieH before lie
comlnc th property of any dub and
Kll,it and Tom Ilalpln arc the winners
so far. Hatpin's elforts will b- rtsivd
foe the relay race i-o that rmiri! will
rcpresnt thf llo'tou A. A
HAVRE DE GRACE RESULTS.
HIWT ItAfn- K.ir ill hum. -llliiK.
ntiM ISod ow mile sn.l enty aril--lliido'-
Utoin-r. I0! (Siij.hi. A u. 1. :
to 1 T 10 J. rirnt. lHiirrnui Marli, It.",
Ilroxlm. ; to 1, ,vn. ami I In J. remind;
I'Jirrolt u,i. t.-. iNMeklnuHl, 12 to 1. :, to
I unit . 10 :, thlM. T!:ne. 1 : 1 Mlndi.
ll r-Jtla. Over the .iimls. 'nrnp., n.ik
liur. Front lloyil. tstnq of Villex, Hi nry
Hut. Hnwn, . I r'ouri 1'er'h ltr.'k. MllikJ,
Klnc II flf.iril, M ii and Nipl-r .-o uu.
ri,. 11 i-i;- Han.llean t.i.vir.
' 1 fin..
In a tnce In 2-os 1.4, 0 , Wi (
headed horse find has never miide. a brt,
I 1 inclnc The bidding on this e ino ,
l-erformer on the Metropolitan Clrr,, ,
was brisk until ho was knocked dosn
H. Ilo.vnnl of this cliv f,(r $1,400.
Auctioneer Main Mched with cn.f -borsn
after hoie was l.l awai r
mm o'nm for prices often below 4 ?
1 he cllmix came when two 'c,,n(.
M.icalte. were dl-,o.sed of lor !,)
Another cheap lot was a ur.iy m.ire
Onward, which found 11 purrliirr fo- .
Amone the iiils.'e,itieous nt..i
were cloven Shetland ponl's from P...
frd I arm. wlinr.. these sturdy mlnlaf
are hied and t-ai-ed from inch r'
Pateiitag... Slietlatlh also were a d
Hie ltiirltet uad the prices for th '
ranee,, fro,,, m ,o ). ' Th ,
for success, and If that j Cor,., will be . In suprciV command of the !
proves to lie true this atternoon the Navy
will win. but It is an Intlim base on which
to build expectation of a victory. The
unxpected has happened often, not be
cause It wax th unexp.ctcd but for the
substantial icason of actual thouph unf
peeted superiority. That at least was the
case last year, when the Army won
nculnst a team of exceedlncly scod In-dlx-Iduil
lMrfornvrs but not as well
iqulpped xUth modern tactlef
There has been a Rood deal of the
helterskelb-r in Army-N.ny caincs. but
while In the stress of itinltlct the form
which careful and capable coaching cn-
.. . . j ..... iin... .1 .. Vn L:ime
illHI Ill.l. . v..... r
ever Is foucht oat with more vigor and
hard, untlngglng playlne on the part of
all the contestants. ,
The N.ivx-, -villi a scaon of nps and
downs and "lacking the ste.idtn.-ss which
has eharacteiked the Army's season, I
garrison until the return of the football
party on .Sunday morning. Th? Army
team is due to reach home Sunday evening.
NAVY NOT DOWNCAST.
will assert a positive belief In a Navy
bank" on the progress of the last two 1 victory to-morrow, but they have told the
welis to count In Its favor and even up, team that It can win by supn me effort,
the situation. Also tnere has been a hint The regiment of midshipmen, divided
predicted a mot uncomfortable afternoon
f r him. Stanford, former Vale coach,
thinks Miller of I tut gen th- best mapper
back In the Cast. Hctweeti tackles It
would appear a tosMin
itplcgel and Fuming oie raieei union
higher than P.racher and Oarrett Tlu
latter Is a big Indian, who was hhlfted
from end bce-'UM. of Wlttpenn'e dhablllty.
liooilwili, iiuatterback for W. and J., has
perliap-. a greater reptitatiou that Scarr.
although the latter Is considered one of
the Navy football team was nude this ! th most brllll.ui' pet formers among r-an-
mornlng ror Philadelphia. There were, ford's apt pupils.
thirty-six players, and coaches, medical ' It seems that the greater def Mislxe
olllccrs, trainers and attendants brought 1 strength behind the line nit with Wash-
ITlgt II Him .ioiieri-,111, ceieei inj ie un
halfbicks. Spit gel and Fleming, aro
among tr.o very exclusive element at their
pom. Ions. Hut some of this marked ad-
antage Is neutralized by the prcsetK of
Tj!man. who pljys the fullback assign
ment for ltutgers. Talnian Is one of the
season's wonders. He combine.- every at-
Tlilnk It Cnn Win h n Supreme
r.tTort Fifty In I'nrl).
ANNAl-oi.ls, Nov. 27. The departure of
the party to fifty It was under the gen- '
eral charge of Lieutenant-Commander
Iloger Williams, while the players were i
under the direct authority of Lieut. I), L.
Howard, the head coach.
None of those comccled with th team '
of attacking manoeuvres of which little
has bcu seen but which the Nay la said
to have. In streaks the Navy has shown
a very effective- offence, but In balance of
offence and defence. In known qualities
which generally count for mom than any
thing that might be. the West Pointers
have done the bett. r work.
The two h.exen't nut .1 single com
mon advi-rs.ry. but such as th- fche-dula
. hna l,bnti t ie Am.v Ii.im the better
prc-sed or not the est
tribute of offensive nnd defensive skill
with remarkable kicking ability.
ltutg'rs yesterday polished up on It"
own Held at New Hrunsw Ick. N .1., under
the watchful eye of Sanford The head
coach in his day was one of Yale's most
I competent defensive coaches. He was 'f
1 the old school and to the, last fought
I every act of legislation that tendril to
Curtis 'lie. Mnnnnl If Stn x esnnt 1 disrupt the old time clo... formations
1 This season for the tlrst time he r.slgn -1
lliimr Are Throxxn Out. 1 lilni'elf to fati and embraced the posl-
Curtlx Illeh School soccer team won a I bliltles of the open game The lesult Is
into two sections, will leave by different
routes to-morrow morning, both starting
at 9 o'clock.
TITLE DEPENDS ON PROTEST.
was done bv Harry Fisher, graduate mxn-ago-
of athletics) at Columbia nnd i-o-ich
' 'h- Hlue and Will mimtot It ws
grd that the man dribbling a ball has
no privilege to charge a guatd in front
of him, but elth.T must chance bis dlree
Hon or must stop bis drlbhk- and make
another pay In of doubt in the
mind of the ot'kml the foul should bo
cl. tc-sI to toe aggressor and jmt to tho
guard fo- blocking, an generally has Wn
Several coS'hs and player hid to
pos.. In various po-itlons lofore the rn...
Hcalnd th" l.nc ! '" reft.renco to guarding, from behind was
i-iarilie-fi. 11 was .leciilee that sllch! ner.
onal e'ontict should be Icnored ami the.
a player on defence ran use one straight
Kill on the floor In order to draw on
foul tHo sp' ere l de-ad . Previously ho
e-ould dally aiound until he drew his op.
ponent Into bodily contact, when a foul
was called on thn accresm-r.
Players often hit the hall at the tumnoff I
afer a held ball Worn It reaches its
hlghe. t peilnt. This brand of cleverness,
the- referees were Informed, s-hould merit
a foul for delaying the game. In order
to avoid dispute n clewt- games there will
he 0110 watch he'feaftrr and both time
keepers will keep time by It alone. It
was suggested to the rul"s committee
that any of th eljjht men on n vlelltng
team be allowed to return to the g.nie,
as Is done in football. If they voluntarily
IMirvi. hi.? ,-. ir.,...
5 aid i: Haroi.l . !,"1l''Wx',ai., t - -'Isns.in. I in 1 1M, ell , ." 7 "j ' .' 'i?. rmichte'r of vi"'U -'in,,,,-
A ! Simmons. New ork 1 ut . Arde. M I , ... nt . .,. ,,: ,,,.,, J ' Mng. ..eorce . Mom.
!,-at Dr. V. ii. Fralleb. Is )"' s' S -o J. third Thee. 1 :o; ,,y HxrlMrv. Nw" ?Srf ct.v ' ' ' 1 rhAn'
l,Y' h- oVoonTy ' ana ' T""'" It A i;--Kor , l,r,.., . ,r-o, and L.Shfilnx. 'i f "1!.,, ;",!?1VXnr''',v"
Well., n.) ( oi inty , .Vb'at lMtf. ,! iP'ard. filing pur.. j:,oo ne mil- I'r t'r :-!Ji, L"b ,"',',
S..onil Hon. .1 1 n'''"'.' ni1 , llol'h ll and "Ment var.l -- llumlll..tl.,n 1- hi- IM.p n,, A..1",:.?
1 : 1100m r -;. ,,.i,...
l...t Kimball. "P. '''" " '
1.V ,ten T.lcht of I'lr.. !xtn. Flr.t Hound
,. Kor-t heat Itattersoii. "d ';:
P ltindolpli. .lr. beat "..A
rri.ll. h beat llexs. .1 and 3. n lll'f hrat
p I', n.iti'lo pb, 1 anit ... .
V. ond Slxi-'n. lirt noond-IMnl 10.
lr"i;.kew.d- by default . W. Vernon llooth.
if' xSrew's t.At K. . Heal. Ililtuerol. 4
.. 1 . . .... 1.. 1.
iiejuoeri. to 1. s 1 ant s to S. ilrt.
Miir.iken '.x (xhlllingi. .1 to 1. ; to ...,.l
. to 10. ea-mnil, I'rocroii.iie. 103 (I.arr-r 1.
? :," ';. ' '". ""d -' 'bird Tlin.
II'.. fail lUgan, Mr l.enrah. AfterRlim.
cm Itay o- i.irht. .irlt. I),ief,r Dueti
ner, 1 .in'o. i:ila llrysni,. Ton-ton H-M and
MUCi-o .liny rail.
.iWl1!" lA'"i:-Hanillexi. Hi! aire.
IMio adle.1; me and a half furlnnrs Ke
, til ill) me 1. to t. 4 to ., ii 1 t
. nrft: True .1. m. el. (ir, 1 Ambrose 1. I to
I. 3 to : nn.l 7 to 10. i-e-onr1. .Moinres.,r.
iwei ahel. ; In 1, : to 1 anil eien.
thlM Time. 1:00 4-5. Trunl.l,
alio vorKVllle alro run
, PI IT II HACK Three-jeBr-old, and
, n.i,,. ii'iiK. mir" I .1111 me i,,i
Linker. Philadelphia. bM y r,., on.L-v.':.: 'I"" " .'.'i"'1 '"'
oxer .ho shotildT of his onnonent ' l.ikeww.i. 6 ana , J--;"' . . . i ... .-V'...'. ..'-',l'.'n"..rV
m being penailzr.1 for l.locklngj kI bejt ft b ' "WT bVttj to 1. : t . Vl",?.n 1 lu'r '
d tho man with the ball choo-e to ' ; 2,t. 1, "-"ood ! nd T ;.-.. lOS iNliklxu... : to 1. io 1 ,.n,1
r In the direction of the outstretched I h" n, mi4-ob.irn I'at Morten. 4 and , .. ...' . r'";"- l."' V-h 1'an,
. Wh'H a player . so gi.anle.1 that ; iiw h Vet Hrexe' 4 and ""-' ' l'.,,',,.,"L ' b'K. Kins
.annot turn either w-iv nnd places tlio'leoxt Wilts. ' and : talker i-ai xan.ier- ...--.. 11 ri--'v.,V . i.i ' TVi
elcoree K'e-r.-. llrioklm.
K nlaht :
N V .
rolonol e.. 1 r. i.ii; h. '
. ears. ai, -mi,., i-ortune. H.
Il.m ir.l. .Now vrli it '
Liinir.i h 1,1. trotter. Jl) years, bv
Jlicara -IPiMilca. P. n. l)ave,
for- ,lefers,.n. I.. I
roiv t),.nvers, h. r. trotter, 4 year",
i,.,u.f'".n.r:tiU'''"i J-J- Simmons,
La ltextlna. .'tin;, irottlnc; br. n
1 ear, bv Mnko- OzalU; C. V
Johnson, New York city
Itoiind St'Cen-on won from fchnuffler bx-, ,
,lrnll. Ileal eei e.K... .
beat Kleei, 4 and .1 Straus
1 amiih. 1 up
....ii.i 01 11 -in-,-, iiiver K'nr
i.iiiiernv Ainaniieny' 1.1
JUAREZ RACING RESULTS.
purse iim). cue mile and e-venty jar,f -Kirxpla.l
iXle.aheyi ,.fn. t In 1 tl
- iir'. n f Hook, xx iprven r. t.
Ip -. ami e to -e. ,n t s uniOerer, So
Jira"'' Vt,r' V'.i', I 3 10 1 -end een.
I 'hlril. Time. 1 uu.- Danrlnt Ma.lr-
1 ron-ler. t.ail .
lllnkry o See 4 nnitillnn Itncli.,
Tor.ONTo, Nov. 27. Frank Hlnkey, th.
Yale coach, and Talbot, his c.ipta'r an
star plnjer, will witness the Toront 1
gonaut-Hamllton Tiger rugby plavoff 'te-to-morrow
for the Hlg Four i'lamr ir
i ship. As these tixo 'eanis hive
Canadian rugby ga.ne down to :i si e
I both Hlnkey and Talbot will seo the Citi 1
dlan game at Its best.
! Karly In the season a half dore-ii II
lltnn Tiger players visited Yale ai,! e x
an Illustration of the Canadian game ,t.
uinKey evidently became Impress- 1 wt
the Canadian open play, h"nee t'ie it
3 to 1, eeen,
Vlr.l nice Five furlon"
1At ixl.-4-Ahel. 10 to 1.
on Marl rvtlrlen. I" iMetrelf.l. en.
? m S. out. second. Twlltrh. lin ir.ro...
T 10 1. S to I. urn. 'MM Tim-. 1 3-S
lllnix-ar tei"'. HagatelK I.ueli.i and r.dna ,
II aim ran. . ,
1 naive Fix fxirloncs.
. r..,.o...i. n; iMiriln). exen. i 10 ... "in.
! x.n. Freda Johnson, in; 10 Urieni.
1 A,rn. i to 0. seceem. i.i
tO I. to t, T.en.
ellJnic - ;
.. . I
The tneinhers of tlr ccmmltteo prnt ' 1 n? i.t,' ..mle' Oonn. I'xd
wer- Ch-irman. Or Joseph K. Hax-croft. Ui.lv Klnter aleo ran.
Princeton: Italp'i V. Morgan. Pennyl-, Third ta.-- i fur.nnc.
xanla. secre-tary-treasurer : Oswald Toner. , ' " '", I?,:;,;..-,'''
ei,n(l. Anion t'- en--nrj'. .
Rirne. 1 1 & ,
third Tim.. I
Proepect an-1 1
Dr. I. .1 Cook, Minnesota: I
record. Hard pr.-vsed or not the west n . . ToWnsend Harris Hall 1 that S.mford has whipped llutg.r into a
Pointers have Had th' anaptalilllty ann n,,-.,- e'lel.l vevterdav afternoon, and ' versatile collection ef craft at both offence
thus scored tho necessaty number of total I and def. net. The de-lslvr si-ores that
polntt., Io. to tie for the school champion-1 swept away a number of pretentious
.ship with Manual Training In case tho rivals prox-e that olnt.
P. S A. 1- committee throws out all the Sanfoid regards to.elay's gxme as th
games played by Stuyvesant. The lasi j classic of his rchedtilc and has pointed
named team withdrew from the leacun 1 for It accordlngl . Victory over Wash
after urimlnlsterlnc the onlv defeat bus- . Ingtnn and Jefferson, a team tint con-
taineu uy euriis. 1
emt. won. e'o.
1 -..l o..xpie
have bad th
r'serve ability to put over a -iciory
against every opponent, while the midship
men havo been often twice. Their de
feats came early In the ae-ai-on. nnl one was
at tho hand.x of the formidable Pittsburg
etieven. Since then they have Improved
In attack, more probably than In defence.
There has been moro experimenting
witn. O' iilioate, ai ! .,, ho lira, half Ketinr. Inside rlcht for to bo despised even by the wondrrr..
tan XTh l To Bn hl ' f0" the ball Into the I Crlmon, would be the crowning achieve
S ?i miri SulMv tSrSlnri Towwnd Harris net by charging ,n ! n.ent of th- little Jerey cob ge Friends
ih ml ierbi? for grad Ion Teft ilg 1 goal keeper. Carly In lhe second period ! of Sanford Intimate that this resourceful
' mZ Us . ; r inks Ti e Army how-1 re.se negotiated a neat shot fiom 20 coach has perfected many trick plays with
1-te day ann the noine icam, ioe inr-uii, ,
Pn.ltlnna Tm', li... trivail.
(loal Cantrell Secretary John II. Foster of the Giants
.Ulcht hack V'annliiK stated last nlcht that the Polo Croumls
"itiKht half .'""sachi ' Krlellrou was 111 eXcelleut condition. Ixiic
'.Centre half. .'.'.Vliild.i I ill fact than at any other time slnco lb-
..Left half tioM- college Kline has been played at the
. Inlde rlclit..
, ... Centre ...
This 's a strong ceimblir'tlon. pirtlcularly tiatson '"''?r 'f'.'
ginning with O'Hare and eivllng with , corur.K Town.rl,
Verrlllat. O'Hare, Hie. leu guarn. iioet Ketjer, Uoree. Curtis HlKh
Attorney for John Relrder liiformed the
New Polo A C. yesterday that his client
tuered the llulldog and proved it was not 1 bad no objection to the club holding Its
regular weekly boxing card last night.
Tile New Polo license was suspended un
til Itetsler war paid a purse earned there
by Wil'.e Il-echer Secretary Harvey of
.1. W St John, Ohio State. Dr Jam' , 1 i t u tt.lr.l Time,
Nal-m'th. I'nlx irslty of !xan-as, nnd Or. .,11. 1 Harl'-a'.! aleo rxn.
Joseph Ptentlss. Lawrcncexllle Ae-idemy Fourth Itae- lix- fur.oncs. -ellltiir -Mer-11.
J.1....11.. ..11 .v.., i... 1 ..1 'e rurlimi 1 1 5 iMott.. een. I ! 3 out, n.in
',' """ ' Pane' t'ot. lM illre-.hi. IS to 4 to
I tO 3. reeonil. I rillfe X onr.l'l li. ...i.-ii.
to to 1, ; to :. I it S. third Time, t:o
. i,. vv Kennon. rent-, i-rines- .ixui. .11.11
llelsler 4;enrrun 1 llrirxej- l-'lrni. tiMHrtim also r 111. .o, v, .,,,.
rum u u-e r i 1 in ,.'1.-,-. "'"7
tile colleites in the Intercolleclate league.
and Fastern reforees were present.
nurlment ng up lo a
makeun of the iMikflehl announced to, Curtis tilth
begin to-day s game is dlfl-rent from what "?'':
it looked, for .1 greater part of tho f .11. H'lemnc'.'.'.
as If It would be. I .olhardt . . . .
In the Army line, beginning at left gulnlan
end. and going through to the other smlti. ...
outpost, are Neyland. Hutler. O'Hare, Mc j ki"..
Kwan, Mea-hitn. wcyano inn aiiTruiui. tiorlesie
the Stito Athletic Commission refused
to let the club take advantage of llelsler's
Hii it: i Jaekseini. to l. x io t,. ; to iv.
won. Jake Arttrnt. 110 nlre-n). S to T to,
I t( t se.v.-nd. leedy Innocence. 10" (
i llr. sen I. to !, cien. 5 Io S, third Time.
1 a; t.v Mart la.il. IOUl Tn s Cocnets and i
lleiunient a.lo ran.
Mxti, rtare eine mite; selllnc sieepland
101 lltartwelll, It to S, 3 to .1. nut. won,
Leerar. lo3 illarneri. t to 1. x to .X, ou ,
second. Mells. 103 Ipexleyl, 1 In .", I to :
oil. thirl. Tims. I !i:-J Hlch Street
nnd l'eo-o atso ran. ,
Iteen with the Wevt Point squad for two Tonend Harris Lakowskr for V
or thne seasons and I, a big. stripping Thxn'L.ko t
, . . LakAiu sky j
. . . . Lester ,
0 iloals '
stidlum. The advance sale ptonilses
'-GEORGES CARPENTIER HAS NOT
RPPM ri nvxi- to PiRiMr, i tjp
. -. - a v v . . . a v a. a a -v a - -v . .a '
While the worbl has been s.nglng the, ley?" Why, complimentary tickets, you
F 0. B. Detroit
routing Car tcith Stdan Top;
RoaiiUr uith Coupe Top, $1)2)
F. 0, B. Dctwit
xotlth with experience. 'I l.ee same ap
plies to his fellow guard. Meach ni,
Theie two are well drilled In Army foot
ball even if not experienced In Army
Jlclawali is one of the b- st centres of
the vear, .'nd W-yand and Mcrrlllat are
veterans. Meuillat was a etar end last
-esr and shone as a tccelver of the
f.-rxvatd pass. With Prlchnd, ihe ouir
tc.b k, to throw the ball and Mcrrlllat
to take It the Army's forward pass xvas
the best In tho Kast last year.
Capt. Prichard is a cool, seasoned
nuaiterback, who-e work Is at Its best In
large crowd. Thirty tluiusanil seats are ' praises or Heorges Luipenucr as a ueni
Mill available for those who buy at the bcx-auo he ihuppcd the business of path -gate..
These may he purchused at from i 'Ting a million dollars as . puglUc. to
t to J2. according to the location. ! " "b '1r", f"1' ranee. l.e.Jigcs hue.
for Caiur.il. I Tickets to tie oin-n siami wn, t. soM - ' ' ,,,' : 1,"
Tiivue. onlv at the Llghtn avenue enti-ance, ma .' v. V, ' .. i
STEVENS S0BRY FOR COACH.
Athletic Council Telia Ayrea
.Not Hounding Hint.
Former Coach Ay res of the Stexens
football team, who was discharged after
tho N. V. U. game for sending back dis
guised a player that had bfen ruled out,
recelvtil an opportunity yesterday to te.
cite his woes to the a h'.etlc council of the
institute. Avres told how the advet.se
lid because of his catching of; publicity had hurt hlin. after which PreKl
seat tickets are adxlsed to use the Speed
way entrance owing to tliri blocked con
till ion of Lighth avenue du to construe
.Hints and running them In he is one or
tho best there la to play back on defence.
Van Fleet nnd Collin, the halfbacks, have,
vet to win their spuis, and two others:
of whom little Is known outside of West
Tolnt arc H'llltT, I' ll wiiaue, .in. i .v. ,
the left handed twlrler. "1 would Ilk
to see Plank In a Chicago Federal uni-
dent Humphreys gave hlrn a It tier saying: form." said Weoghmari. "but his tonus
"We wish you to rest assured that ilur-1 are too strnng. and I have practically
lug tho last few days the newspapeis ended all negotiations,"
have not tecelved fiom tho authorities at , -Stevens
any personal refer' me to your-. rrra0,.( to Meet Streten Ixliind.
seir xvitn regaru to our looinau name ,
those who have o. Intend to buy reeved ' "'",, '' u
i xvhlcn glxes the facts about tho French
!..do. When the war br ke out. the letter
!sas, Catpentler announced his willing
! ness to take a chains; at elucl.lng bullets.
1 1 it- was. bundled off tij a French nifliUiry
schisd at St. Cyr and the mil class to
u-tiln Iim lw.loi lred was (tilled out at tho
CittCAOo Nov 2 ,. reside nt eegh- p - ' iemWr, The noxen.n.ent didn't
man of the, Chicago I- eder.ls . l.-clare. , at Carit.tler be madMi Wrget
to-dxy that negoilatbms for Ldxvard ( ' ,, ,, .r they wanted h m to be held
Plank, former star pitcher of th.. Phlla- inmcl fr K. .-u-llcu mx pic.
delphla Athletics, had rome to an enci niI,H.nt,.r repreccnU a now generation
becauss of the big salary demanded bv I n . i.-ran0P ,.(Ui so proud of hlin that
Ton Costly fur WeeKlimnii.
Nov. 27. Presld.'tit Weegh-
The latter Is pitcher or amaieur wtli New York L'nlxurslty November II. i i.ieveiw m u u x i m . u inK-
1...WO.H Hodcson. t ie iiilinacK, is a line iv. have been careful to s ate tbe rac.s aim me micn .n...,. v . .. n. .
i.releer and d tensive baek of proncss. ...,,,.h i.,i to ,.ur action and to avoid the Club will meet this afternoon In the nt
long before the war llie were matting
boxing a esimpiiltsiry feature in the public
schools, the army und tho navj. They
lio'eletl Caila-Ttler to 1 tint lhe thing
along. To Carpentlcr's civdlt It inuot be
talil that he wanted lo miff gunpowder.
His class was finally ordered out but
Cariniitlcr was sent to a hospital mi tln
armv doctor's ordeo-s. Ho whj supposed
to be stiff - ring fiom t' nsllllus. Mc
Ketrlck's frleiial Inform hlin that Car-
The Navy Hue contains fewer names j up(, of penalities ln connection there-, elding game f the Field Club Soccer , pentler never w-aa o " ,h.p J1, 'ln'; 'J';''
nf men known to inter-academy contests
According to latest Information, the ends
will lie Capt Overescli and T. Harri
son; the tackles. Me Conch and He Itoode,
or Ward ; the guards, MiIIb and Jones,
nn.l the centre, Perry- Perry an' Over
eseh are the veterans of the lot and
about the only two of the string who
have been sure of their places all season.
Moth aro first class. The defensive ap
tltude of T. Harrison anJ his skill nt
inklnc the forwird to-s won for him the
place at rUhl end Mills is a big plebe,
oho knew football before ho came to
Anna; oils and xvlio lias seemed to havo
a good head for the game.
Tut Navy backtleld Is heavy, which
Is likely to be of unii 111 backing up the
line ug.ilnst assaults, but with men In
i-iteive to lnjct speed Into the play In
i ase more of that commodity Is thought
Tiectfsan. M'tchell, the quarterback,
pUyed a whllo against the Army last
y-i,r. Only lately It was decided to put
iilm in ai iiuarteib'ick Instead of Miles,
He is heavier than Miles, but not as
lively In the open -at tunning with the
ball for one tiling.
IJIndgrtt and Fading are the halfbacks
nominated to begin lor the Navy, both
lameiful and husky. Illodiictt's weight
nlid ilrhe enable him to mike his Impress)
on an opposing lino and be, la u good
jhiiik lie jil.iy C'tl against the Army
WHITMAN NOT TO KILL SPORT.
Siltlafleel With Itnclng, but Wmila
I'll Id llnituu Comiiilaalou.
White Spipm'h Spiunoh, W. Vj Nov.
27. leov.-elect Whitman of New York.
who Is here, allowed It to become known
tn.el.iy that lie will make no effort to
change the present system of rating In 1
N w York Slate, leaving control of It In
League chauiploniihlp series at Llxlngtloii, he, never xvis shot In the breast as has
I Staten Island. Columbia will play the been rriHrte!, and that xvhlle stored axx.e
Montrlalr A. C. at Alontcl Hr nnd Hcnson- for safe ite.iung ne una ot-en fuhdhk
hurst will meet Itlclimoud County at tivlattoa.
Ulmer Park. To-day's games tu tne
Katiirdav Amateur League aro nronklviix ' Harry Pollok settled all .irgunrtita
vs. Helglntis at Marepiette (ival, Overseas t yisterduy ever the weights goiemlug the
vs. 1-ultons at vni lortiannt earn ami
Centrals vs. Strollers at Pi aspect Park.
Itnaa lllta I.oevl l.osea on l-'oiil.
Tony Uoss was disqualified for foul
hitting In the main bout of the lion. .ti
the binds of the piesent State Haclng ! Sp rtllig Club's debut show last nlgln. Iln
CoiiiinlsHlon. with whlrh ho is aatlslled. struck ll s opponent. Tom Kennedy, low at
He, howevir, favors a i l-il boxing the very start aim uenveieu several more lorieu.
Wolsh-Shugnie bout. Pollok met Shu-
gruo's ma"li yesterday and when ho found
that the weight wouldn't bother the Jcr
seyltc be said : "Freldlo Is not posmg In
this matter, lie Is a lightweight, the
champion or the class. He wants the
public t'- see hlin tight at that weight.
So you nvike the weight 1115 at 2 o'clock
and Welsh will weigh In. We'll pi.st a
Shugruc H manager miu that
coinmlsaloii, and the present Conimls-
loners are expected to lose their positions,
j lllimcley Hernia Weslejuu Tenm.
I Miphlktown, Conn., Nov. 27, John W,
, Hiiineley, 191S, of Kvansloii, III., has been
elected e-aptaln of tlie Vxesleyan football idraw,
1 team for next year This It. Hlngelej's
I second year on tbe varsity. LaM yi.ir hn '
..1.......I ....... rA i'l,lu r..n i--. ...u IH..1. Illlllltll
, iiaio ii-i,i,., lion inn . if. .in e'O'
Liistln shifted n 1 1 1 1 to halfliack and later,
blows of the same sort. Hefoie the end
of the tlrst round Kennedy sank to the
lloir and had to be carried to his rornei.
Ilete.ree. Patsy Haley Immedla ! dis
fiualintd Itoss despite Kennedy's plea to
let the b-ut go on after lie got a short
rest. In the ten round trml-tlnal Terrv
Keller and Sailor Frills boxed a stirring
If necessary he had rome prepared to
have Shugruc mine In at U'tj pounds.
So that ends that rumpus.
know, shot full of holes. Why It got so
that nobody wnnted to pay to get In to a
tight. Fellows who h.ne been 'crashing'
for twenty years around hire are now
paying to get In or eln they ceiol their
heels on the pavements outside. It's
funny how they get the habit. A fellow
ceiincs along who has always paid. He
meels some friends outsldo and ho Is
Introduced to a prominent light manager.
The light manager pisses him in, then
It's '(iood mottling, John Henderson.' A !
perfectly good tight fan Is ruined then
and there. He'll never pay again. He
gets in free as often as he can. When
he gets poeid, the tlrst thing jou know
he hrli gs two friends along. He gets
tliem in. The tlrst thing you know these
two friends h.ne the nod nnd they bring
a brace of friends That'll why l'c called
In the Annie Oakleys"
While all the signing was goim; on
Shucruo li.nl been doing a little himself
On Hn-einber Hi he will sign up Miss
AnaMasia Kelly of Jensey City for 1' fo.
Jim Corbett Is going to start on his
first trip to Austral! i In a few days.
Jim will be an attraction there, as lie
fought Australia's best In Jackson, Hall
and Fltnlmmons. Htiffalo Costello, who
used to train Corb.-tt, came from kan
Young Aheani was signed yesterday by
the Olympla A, C of Philadelphia to.
meet either Jimmy dauby or Mike C.lb
bons on Chrlslmns Day. Abcarn defeated
Huck Crouse there recently and the fans
liked his work. He meets Jack nillon be
fore the same cluh December 7.
Hauling Levlusky will not light Tom
McCarty at the Hroadway A. C, next
Tuesday. His arm was In such had shape
after the Thanksgiving Hay bout that
his doctor ordered him to rest. The
medico Is guing to put it through a Ink
lug proceFs to reduce a sprained tendon.
Chas. E. Riess& Co., Inc.
1690 Broadway at 53d St.
'lei. Columbus 7
" lliiuiitil ltro, .Newark (V ,1,1
lleilford A I'ullon Salrxromn
llruokljli, V 1 27.1 llaltei St.
In This Car
Thr teejn and coupe tops for the new Hup
mobile turn open summer cars into I u win-uncomfortable
closed winter cars.
More than that, they gixe you the effect ani
the benefit of two cars, at a cost of little more
Thus is partially explained th- excellent fx'
business we are doing.
Almost exery Hupmobile buxer or 'erj one
of the demountable tops as a matter of co.irs
seeing ahead a winter of really pleasant driving
Though rradily detachable these topi er
finished within with all the tnmnees that rkrx'
terites the costly limousine
They are free of rattle, most subsiatv i
built, with bet coach glas window, wide Joon
and plenty of head-room.
Where women and children are concerns.-!
their cozy protection from wind and rain an'
ctorms makes them a nccrssitx.
A touring car fitted with the tedan ,
now on displaj. Please call and see
DI RECTO RY OF
X LEADING VOCAL &-f
INSTRUMENTAL 'l T
THE VOn ENOE . A ron-rnatiT ol III- jP,.P (i, Te hf r nf
SCHOOL of MUSIC a fi"",'! , ' N Y ' " ' '
44 West 85lh SI. iVn "urg.nC,,roi!! WILBUF, I II T CTCR -.-., s,..
New YorV S',o..owkl, von Ki-.U, LU I U I L. II ,i lini.l.ill I
l"e IVI el. rtemenvl Unit
I...tt.MO.. Miftue. t.leheiiiin I're. rin....
Ill Harmons. SolfrKElo. Xtu.lral lll.t.irx. ' til'SI'.W
llli-tlnn, etc. Mniclni;. PIiiiio, Molln. 'I'elln,
Clarinet, All llrchr.tral Inxtminrnta,
Theory nnd Harmon). I'nr Catalog it ad
dress leoj Hdx rt. 4 1 West s,.tli St N V.
Cniisr ators Coura.
lian'.st ir ,
S. i:i . II
nl-tl I'rl a
llillaliiK Met- rvrlsnu.
Dutch Hralidt and Nick Nelson Indulged
when i apt. Dan Kenan was liijuuil, In
fullhick, Hliigcby broko his leg In
llrown ganni and has) been out of the
In a ten round slugging bee at the V.i n -1 "I'm ulad to ke that the othei flglil
Jimmy Johnsti.n Is se sure that Shugruo
will in-iko a great Impression iiKiilnal
Welsh and pro-e a future drawing tiard
th it he signed him up for three tlgjils,
the only condtion being that Johnston
name the opponents, that the weight bo
13a Hngsldc and all tho bouls be fought 1
before l"ebniar IS, j Humbardlor Wells cabled .llinmle John-
sioii jcateiiiay asKiiig ior terms to meet
Colin Hell's manager said yestcrdav
tint lie notified the Hroadway A C. that
n would not be able to bo on with
A I, rtrtlch on Thanksglxlug Day, That
seems to leave It up to the management
to explain why the fans paid to see a
bout tlml wasn't to be.
tint ilerhllt A. C. last night Hralidt had much
tlio better nr the nlguinint, although .Nel
son weathered Hit alonn.
clubs have bached ma up and cut nut
the Annie Oakleys," said Jimmy John
eton yesterday. "iVhal are Annie Oak-
Millie of lllnst Usrflll While Iiopi s. Kvb
ilently thn Horn thinks -they're on the
point of backing hlin Into the army. The
itutue of Llbrity Is a fine woiU of art.
Ross David Music Studios
48 WKNT MTII sTKLKr.
Tel '-rliuiu- Jim tfciiuyur
" PAUL TIETJENS
Pianist. Compoeer. Teachtr 11 K. Siith St
K. I'lir.stsoN' Mil. I. Kit,
Tenelier of Mmlne.
fin Ceirnenle Moll.
-le-1 nit a lla'l
It,.. I I.I " .1
Josephine Mi denberg
SiUdln, 1 J1 W 1 1 Ml SI r , ' -
iin;i vs iiiit.x, liMiit
VOC.M. MTDIU, ., lll .
NKW illKK lill.l.KI.K OI' 'llH
1:1. 3o rm mh si
"ei tvnlt i
411' Ml'Mt .
ii Mount Morrl'
ark West, near IS",1 ft
; BOQERT ,:' vl :rlnt
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