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MIIm hiirlod a forward pap, and nn ac
curate one, but tho Navy receiver, with
nobody mar him and with n broad latin
to the goal line, dnpped the ball after
pinching It out nf the air.
Not long after this slip the midshipmen
wcio renewing tlx1 attack with pimulplng
effect. For a few momcnlK the Aiiny lino
took on the nature of n slew, Then; wo
a first dowr. for the Navy on the Army'
Sfl yard line. Then t He blond hfad of
Miles wn- him n skimming Hlound the I'lld.
He humid th trail to ;hr Hi yard l!n.
Next thi' ball came to a halt on the In
yard line. Th'ngs vvetc getting serious
for the Array and tl " Navy Hand was !n
an hi. roar. I
The la yard Mm- ivns the limit. Tin-1
bent Nivy lung vvc-e ptr ith rt d The
soldiers closed up the Ititet .tlccs In their
lino, riip on lop of Hie Navy backs In- '
"l.iMiy and n .1 las! upon fn-ward p.i
".o-e trliii. Holh were fi'r out of pltt'tii.
It oatni l pns lh.it a Navy Kick Raw1
t:i( h.ill to the Army on the 'alter i SO I
Mini 'hi', and from their the Wis" fob 1-1
vip opened w.J.i tin offensive throttl.r
.Vldtd by a lit'.- shift, w.th iulv!; darting I
hv tin baUi 'id n (.iiufnt-.'i'ion of fen
on the Navy's 1,-f: ride. Ihev ouffoj and
liilnhornl tli.it (tank The .vu,.l Hunt .
tmekwiid nndt: Hum as the im'tcd
i!ii.itl, and with tin- lucks ro'inlnt, hi
taiiib'iii tlti piercing of the Navy line was,
kept Uti tl'itll thi ball was ro elcc 'o the
Navy Kii.il that tin nxt rush vviuul 1U1
it ovc1". Vet all that advance iv.ia '.ibj,
wa.ti'd. Hodgson fimhl d as he was go
ing oi'r and a Navy man foil on tin1 ball
THE SUN, 'SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1914.
ULTRA-MODERN TYPE OF OLD STYLE MASS PLAY SCORES FOR RUTGERS
.Nio)'n Lateral I'litisrtt 1'iior.
In the fourth (tu.irtrr tho mldsh ,imen
mixed !n two Hitrr.U p.is?i!s with mtmer
mis fotivanl nsefi. K.teh lateral pis
was stopped lor a Ion yard o Thcv i
vceiroii't skilfully d im and the Ami) cntla
were there to grab the in. in who tHk
Tho ball changed Intuit on t! was, wits ,
Iwvited back anl forth n few tlni"p until
Hodgson, tsilsed w tit arms extruded us
If for a punt, tucked the leiith-r In his
nrm and came paei'jr around left end.
lie came a-llvlng, circled clur of the lines
and helped Himself to thirty yirds He
was at the N.ivj'h 2 a yard line when he
The Army topped off this play with
a fonlward pas, and It was successful,
no much so that when the scrimmage lints
next Jo r'd Untie they were on the
Navy's yard line. There were two
downs of grinding attack and defence
with only two yards ailv.iri'o, ,bnt Ulc
Navy gave way under the catapulting,
nnd on the third down
over ns If shot from ;
gun. He i.,tched
NAVY CALLS THE COIN; THEN
ARMY BEGINS TO CRUSH II
Pmi.AtEi.riii.. Nov. - Following the
marching and cnuntcitnare,u;ig on the
gridiron by the cadets of the rn.il acad
emies, the players made th-ir appearance
shortly before : o'clock ("apt uverrseh
of the Navy was the tlrst to lead al- war
riors on the Held and his two team- ran
through signals Tor three or four minutes
before ("apt. 1'nchaid bd his Army pi.t
crs through the tunnel. After a -nappy
spe'l of slgna'.h and practice for the kick
ers the two cnptalrs met !n the middle of
the tletd. dvi-"sch of th- Navy villed
the turn .if the m'll and i le to defend
the east goil. giving the Army the ball.
rv.tili. kicked olT fin M 'telle!, who
'.nought rlu le.'t.ier baik
I'olii tJriiiinils 3extenln iifleriioiin. Illil , . ... IWi ,. a, ... .1 ,, i,,., Mviini1 lie mule
( - w I Middle, Worl. I'ns. nl
i ii i
Van I'leet held him to .1 ft ant yard on kfi ttBKKKBBm
next attack, but he made it tlrst down ft (pKlnEBHilM
van Meet again Mitrnred .Miles " attempi rt Vmf&HBKMEKli i' e by thu
j for a yard, atal a mass play on the rig' t BWjjli
W. AND J. WINS
IN HOT BATTLE
the necessary live.
rnntinuftl from Vint I'ayc
checked, ran twenty yards behind Itttt
grrs's closwty drawn defence He win In
full career a (loodwln's long throw f
more than .thirty yards skirted his right
fhoulder. Heymari had pust tltno to
throw up his right hand and bat the ball
into the air. He caught It fairly as It
settled fifteen yards clear of the nearest
tackier and with an open Held of only
.verity y.Trds between Jilmpelf and the
It was Jirt such mouther prettily exe
cuted h'avo from Twltig lo Hockafeller
that put ItutegtH In the wa of the clos
ing sovm polntx. It was i;ho more ilir
llti of the two. us It "art negotiated on
tho fourth down, where, failure would
have meant the loss of the ball. Hocka
feller le.ipfd high for Twlng's tlilrty-fho
yard throw nnd settled between two tick-Icr.-i
on W. and .f.'s l.'i yard ll'ie. Here,
re.uimn. mass formations, tlarrett, Till
man and tli'inchtr wete able to ham
mer throuh the nectir dlstnno-.
Hi:ier tn 'P.ilm.in. i-iifn it ,l..v. .. . 'tB
nnother tlrst clown and I ft ' i ,
twenty-live jatds from the r
Kiitgers was under way at In x .'
aHer time Oarrett nss.ilbd t . , , '
i.... ii i. . . "
"wii.-miriii m.vii'P.. iiiiil'lli'r Jl till
O.. .11.1 Tfcl. n..
iiki i.iiiii.in ti't.t'iun if
Meao.v iii.iien uimi uarri.il made tl,4
nan yarn raiman H r.nliiu
goal lost a well earned iioli
There waa action verj se,
closing period, oh a touctnb.w,,
nldc would slgnlf.i. Hut ng.i
of the game thwarted llutgi i-
I tactics ttltc similar to t h v
' biokili Ibe shutout and : v
Itutgers bicklb lil dlnttngu s .. ,
line tilunglng, the Scarlet agii i
striking illstance. Here, ,i n.
W. and .1., h'liimienil ami iM t
fi.tntlr.illy thtowlng in subs
suhstltute. for some rea- r li
liack upon the forward p.i
been tnon' or less treachiiou
boon. The snapbark Has f!
ric.irr and tins gave esiji ,,
poitunlt to in ike sure of i ..
li.teicMited and rati tin. bi' i ,
4u .1.1 1 d line.
Mho lintr lieen lieu itlllnu t lie pnsalliu "f tlio iiui pluy u the
srrnes if tin pn.t iiunln. nit tnlxeil ui Mltli the iiiu.t .prrtai'iilnr nort
if llnshliiK. iIiisIiIiim: forMiiril iitiN.es nntl ittlier kluil. nf open iln.
Tin- llll on Mlilch t.arretl
flr.t Itiltger. toiiebilou n nl llu-
forward, r lied over like a hoop,
'hid the bill aid a touchdown.
' The Navy made, two forward passes
i go In the remaining time and had the ball
inn tlie Army's ".'i yard line when At leu
! let tly with another forward pass. It
So ended the
down by an rmy picket,
turned ten yards, rrlch.ml at once
punted t lllodgett, who could not handle
a punt an) title- thin Mitchell, and tn.
Army lecoiered th" ball on the mlddiis'
."7 ,u fl line A sb ,rt -Mb at the line
found it 'o hi ot armor plate .mil aenil
tactics wire Hsortcd to with tilling UTt' t.
1'rlchard hurled t long pass tu Alerrl'n,
who was dowiird oil the one yard line
by Falling A big heave In the line and
Hodgson shot over fir another touchdiwn.
AIcKwnii again failed at goal. Score,
Army 1 1. Navy 0.
1w.i It... vj..1u II... ......... I ... 11. I. .1. ,i.l
. v..' jn.i.n I,,,', . llll.rii 1JI11.H I ,1 ,
on the is ard mark. Following a threi I
yard gain around his right end rrlehanl
punted to Miles at mldlleld ati, the Navy
ru elvid llfteen yards for the Army's hold
ing. T. Harrison muffed a beauty of a
pass from Allies, who on the next play
broke awny for eight yatds
Hates smashed the line for two yards
and tlrst down. After U.iti.s failed M.l i
took .1 trip of nine nrds around the right
wing before he was forced out of bounds
Van I'leet held him to i sunt yard on
his next attack, but he made it tlrst down
Van I'leet again Miirnml Allies'" attempt
on the wing and the latter hurled a for
: ward pas which fell to eaith untoiiihe!
His next long ptss was knocked oer t i.e.
I goal line by 1'rlchard
Hcnedlet made a thrust into th, line
for a yard, ami a mass play on t lie rig' t
side sent Van I'leet lorward for thii"
Mitds Henedt t bucked the Hue fin a
tlrst down and Hodgson was stoppc.l by
.Allies after ripping off seven unN Hone".
diet again made It tlrst down. The nud-
f ow.inl piis. Milts to Harrison, was
i m 'deled a' d mill, the midshipmen a
Mr I iIoimi on the Amy's 2s yard lino.
T e riny was nflslde and lost the yards.
ng fiirwaid paps by Allies toward the
II rent, of l.ncU Tiit-ii. I I I
It was Just that pj hniog
necessary to whip the r.i 11.- k
V. and J. Into life once mire
a rapid succession of us ri,.i
passing as could be t ,
iondwlu and Heyrnan rieg. ' ,r
twenty . arils tuch. Tici
J.ird linn Itutgers w.i t t . 1 r-
Mileuel MnUes Mlt rliiii llnsli. iimance to tin goal lie, a,i-.i
I 'l'oobe briike no th.. llrM.- i. .
Tho shott forward ti.is-lng of V nnd .i,...!,,,' lhf. Ki . .,..
J. gave that eam the whip hind before ,ir,,uMd Siller unmo.tei '
Itutgers could nostrum a suitable do- ,i,mn. Vounklns k'.cktd thi- nn
fence. It gave Sie,iel, the greatest III- Worn the S.1 .Mud inn I. utter
miliary of the victors' attack, a oppoi ff on a second attempt ,i f.i.w
Utility to scoro the (list telling blow. .Mat tin to Talman, put tl i ,i
Th gatno was f.ilih under way when, ,b Id. Another, (larrett to 'I'll i, ,
aT'er an exchange of punts. W. and .t. j iw-i he. Spiegel lnter-i tiled i i,
held the ball on her 10 yard Hue. I'pjhls lde was iienalized tm r -to
this time two foiw-ard parses had i Mile day and Hutger- n.i l i,
been sprung on Itutgers. one success- j down. I'rom the I" ird
I fully. Again W. and ,1. Until up ih If' tried a lldd goal, wii-li I'.n
i determined on like strategy, but while iTite ball w.is reiuvered hi Itirge
a masked Interference shot .iroiitul ltock-i'tit loss. Then on ti e fourt v i, .
nleller s enu siiiigei mmdih-ii me n.m on i lieu team -tiiKeu us an on
double pa. and broke hiicct'SsIMIIv thirty-tlve jard f irv .' i
through Seller's territory The fake had j and Itockafi ller. tin-it
drawn more of ltutgis's defence the ' Intervening Mfti en . u ,u
wrong way. :p;(oi w.is noie in ilium ...
I ii w is ineomiueieu ami me vome ran mcklers sae Talman. This great' it, nil
as M 'es sklitiil Ills n tt enu lor lour i ,,i might have mini the dav bail the i l'"t
sprh 1 been Ic uiusjual. He rained
steailll), but before he could close siltll
c'ently for the deadly leap Splegi 1 Imd
woii Ills goal. He w,i.s dragged down a
H'.iut y.nd behind the lit.- I'lem.ng
klckid the goal aficr a successsful punt
I This touchdowm seemed to fire Vah-
1' ii ileiiionlii'ii broke loose as Iiugford
Mi w the final whistle, and for fifteen
nl utri the 'et Pointers dat'ced oer
Held The whistle hardly had sluleked
w n two cadets raced fur the Navy
ill u .mil proceeded t i rob the Navy
it ,,f Ills blankit. Tre victors cheered
l c vaiiqutsneii. wno rnuiJieii me com- lllKtfm and .lefftrson to almost Hip-rhum.tn
I ..i.v.l. lit it men ioiiowe.1 ine pii.ikc .. An exchange of Hunts gave It the
. .Left . n l
.Left l'i. kl.'
Lfft C 'I.I -'I
. Illelit gur-i
lltgh' lilr kle.
I shlpmeii weie too iiiger and the Army 1 .iiiellnes,
leceivfil tlie nrdi atid a n,st down on'
llu lit f;..l III. a f..- I.. ..I ... I-....
Hloilttett returned C.illlri'.. klcknrr fer ten I .... . -" i'"i.
yards and Craig slcnall2cd Ins advent !,v ' . " "c " e en,rV. 'V he the, huild
( nit. i rnlU.liiiiiW nl ii.liliimoii
I II ml .lefTer.oll. II llil plllieil n urellt
! Kiiine iinitl I ii J ii r forced him to tin-
reeling otf nine janls ar uud the csdets
right end. Ha e succeeded la making It
fllst iloivn. AI.'I!w.im tiirktliii- til in htmriiiir
to his '.'u yard If...,, n. r(.,.,. akui Craig broke lo.se.
mark, whe-e rrl-haul struck turn iik an
eNiireis train. Two t.sault- on lie .rm
line bv Itlodgett galnd -K yiirds and he
punted out of bounds thirty vatds from tin
West Point goal. On a fake kick forma
tton I'ri lard tote around his left end
for a ca'n of thirty-seven yanN and
.Mitchell was tae oil's man between him
atid u t iue idui' ti. hut hi brought I'nrh
a d down with a clean ti-rd dilve Hodg
son and Van I'Vo: ftilcd to advaticf tne
ball end l'richird ut.-oil.nl a forw.ud
pisti ot fourti'fn vatdi to Nejl.md on the
I.', vard mark. Van Tbet was thi own for
, Oi.nl ti.v Collin made two yards on
the flt-t trlil, but on the second AtcLoaeti ;illi4 1v,ii in,,,l
cut short his matcn. Itt yard mark.
this time for .! yards. Hlrslgott's punt i
limxeii i'otl.,for It tr.iM'lled only twni'.y
y.uds befuie going ou' of bounds on the
Ar'n'.s i; jatd line I'rlchard's punt wai
a bettity and si'kd to 'be 1" yard Hn.
where Allies was tackled simultaneous
with tin catch, but he held ou to the ball,
which was m, re than the prec-dlng ir
felisii' ipi'irterbac'-s had done.
Allbs completed a detour of the yards
around Itritbui .iinl tln.e was taken out
for the forwards of both teams to re- ,
cover from the fierce charging. Un a
fake kick llloilgttt was thrown for the I
loss of two yards and he punted to I'rleh-!
a fair catch on the sailors .
l.. r i.. li
land Heneillct hint travelled sl. before, thirteen mh.L fi.in. the Annv line. Tw.i
l'las i,ili West I'olnt the Minis, l'ord
I Hiding one iii.d then pu. ti.l to Miles
I The N. ivi's ii.iuvi .i in t'e fi'tiM'td
end. mil ' Pass, bM the Urn one was Incomplete
offside and suffered a --ml In addition there was h tiling which
Minis Again Iboicib.'t pen.ilueil it llfteen N.iJits A forward
occasion and eat rid tli-1 1vl"
tlrst down. Two plunges Infii
N'f ,in I .
M P. ,.in .
M i I ,i n.
m. rr it
h ,r I.
Left end . . .
I.efl Kllirl .
I'mtre . ...
. Ittght gtiaM..
..High! inkle .
. night en. I .
. wu.irt rtMi k . .
i iieri sch
II. .leili s
. . Lell till I fl
... . r-'miM. ii
n and Jefters in
ball on Its "1."
I kick lolled out of bounds. Immediate!:.
the team that heliS the upper hand began
to press Its vantage with a series of
pretty, short forward passes Thete
gained steadily, but every tlnn- the phi.i
j w.is Mirled on account of strategy the
I Itutgfts Hne, that boastnl an aierage of
fi feet 1. and '.'MO pounds of beef and
liy pi rlnils:
1','tirh'hiw ns .N'fyl.llld,
illrl Surety -IIN' tKi tl
Ar'nl I'.irker fur Ita'ler
0 0 0 0
Itrltton for Nei
Kalilng ! brawn from tackle 'i tafVle. held tlrm
In spite of a the yard penalty for holding
W. and .1. marched down to ltutger's -i
yard line. Here lioodwln Iom a tine ch.inci
through a fumble that give the ball to
M, Ken n
Wesbei her. .
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Slilvgel . . . Lsn !ui I fi k
TolKh'towil" Spli'Krl. .
m.in liiiic.s from mm 'i
unkin.. T'l'tnn. sio,-' i
i ami .Inter- m. At' hl .
M . .',. i,.r i',i- I'rillkrli.il'l,
.l Invlti i': utk-li i' I, 1
tin I" f" W.- lo r V i i
-.1. ,i,ii f, r M - it. ,g i I; .
M k' ' .
tt ii, In M.i'i.-i i - i
of H-.'.i I Mpo. 1
tn r I I ii 'ii ii, '' 'i , .f
..f p' rl I- 1 ', nl .!'
-de b - -i
' ' r '
- 'I 1 i
UM-rescb threw him.
'ooilile Preient. 'I'llllj.
circled from end to
Prlelinril Mls.e field Conl.
Pricr.trd elected to uy a goal from
p'aei merit from t'.ic liO ard m.uk. hut the
attempt was vule of the posts mil the
.OII...J ,,i Hi,, uni.er.i'.l ill 111. iv on their -'"
iii,i' t'lui.e. I'rleluird llueL.
I'rlchard's forward pasp to the left
wing failed. The Army quarterback had
beautiful Interference on his attempted
rim .'iri.iitut t:ie left vein,- lull f..IU,l tn
yard maik. A Take utek wun muukia irut In and after running twrnt vards to
back failed to gt.n. nnd after .Mitchell hid ,. he WilH foltrll l)Ut hounds rive
aklrted a:- right en.l for tntee j.une . Jarii back of w hi r he started HimIb-
Blodge'.t pitnteU to I rlehanl. wno was
downed whin tin .cautnt tne oau oj
OM-renh. l'richird at once returnid thi
bool to Alltcht'.l. who reclaimed right
yardf. He minuted Ale'rlllnt for seven
yrds more and Hate- slid off AlcCoach
tor three yards, tlrst down on the Nni y's
42 yard mark being di dared after culling
the linesman on tho Ibid to measure the
Hates hatninernl the line for two yaitls
and on a fake kick formation there was
'i rumble, lint Kall'iiir iicoveied the hall.
1'rlcli.ini niaue a iai. c.ucii u -1 fTOm Knn lm
IKIUI OU HIS -n .lain lli.ll i, ""ii '
next plav he lost two yards, Ward throw
ing him heavily. A line buck by Van l-'lect
netted two yards and Prlchard hooted the
ball to Alltchill, who muffed It but re
coveted again ou bin 0 ard line. I'.iil
Ing iiushed through for two yards, but
Perry's pass to r.lodgctt was high above
his head and the latter was fortunate to
lecover It on bis 17 ard line. Tho next
pa.ss was straight and Hlodcett sent tin
hall to tnldtleld, where Prlchard caught it,
dropped It, hut gather cd It In again.
The A t my captain kicked on the fllst
down, the hall' striking m a group of
players on the 1 r. .ud line. A wild
pcramhle fori ,VPtv Pstun ensued, but the
Navy tlnally secttieil It only six j arils
from Its line.
sons punt of tlfty-tlve yards wis too
long, for the ball struck on the goal
line and rolled over, enabling the Navy
to bring it out twenty yards ;oodwiii
tossed I'ulbert for a four Jatd loss on a
fake kick play and Miles rtgalned only
one .Mud on a trip around the whig.
f'ulbert booted th,. ball lo Prlchard at
midtie.il. The hitter's forward imps, di
rected to Mernlat, w,i lutcrcepltil bv
t'liUiert, Alerrllat throwing him neo
mori IVify's pass was over Allles's head,
but the latter recovered It thifo yards ,
t'nlbert tuinted from
behind his Koal to Prlchard, who twisted
and turned his way buck for slxteu
yards, I'apt. nvcresch tlnally nailing him
after he had eluded several wouldbe
tacklers. hut fouling had been delectd
In the Navy line. Pi try leaving the game, !
and his team losing half the distance to
Its goal. Hodgson plunged Into the line '
for a good gain, but It profited him little, t
as he lost the ball, nnd "ralg itcow'red
It a scant margin from his line.
t'ulbett punted to Prlcl'ai d, who sig- j
nailed for a fair catch on the 117 yard
line, and Ib-riedlct raced on the tbld!
for a goal from placement, hut the at- 1
hi mate wen
pi baity of live
I .troe to the
I ball fin
the tine mule an advance of six vards
and Heneillc; lu two more onlaughi"
.measured olT seven. He ifintlnued to'
'"at hi- way through, this time for four
, Minis. ,,nd Hodgson followed with an
i other white mark
The sailors were iitfplde on llenedlefs
gam or a fraction of a yard and the
cadets n ceived the five yards and ,
tlrst down with only ten to go for an
other tally. Heneillct ami Hodgson di
minished the dlptii .'e bv the yards,
but It was of no avail, for oil the
next attempt as he shot uir the gnm
in iiigsnn rumbled and I'ralg fi II on
the ball for a tnuclih.ii k.
The N.ivy started a ru-hlrig attack j
fiom Its 2H yard mark, Cralir zigs igging i
through for four yards and Allies making
one. I'ulbert was Injured :n the play, 1
ant Alexandir was nished in to take his
pl.'iic. but t'urlbert refused tu be t.ike.i I
out. and the substitute .fturued to the
bench Tralg nude the tlrt down aroilti I 1
the left end and .Miles was stoppid b
Van I'le't after a g.im of tlnee ja ds .
AI'lep to Abxindcr. reclaimed twehe
of the lut y.inl". Alerrlll.it "pilling the re-
i elver. Mlbs in. his tlr-t tri made nine
l.imt. l.'iii'liiiiin fur Mt l.iiitn, llehtwlli-t fir
j I'nftln. .Milhitii for tiHi,lintiit.i Kuril fnr
lluilg-nn. Mix .Min rur Miiiiieu, ' r.ui;
f.ir I'nl'lni:. lir.if fnr Mills, fulinrt fur
IlloiU'ett. K II Smith ftr I'erry. II ll.trrl
vini fnr Ili'eh, lifhlril fnr II llnrnsnn.
Ki nned f"i lb ''..nil. Itloils'i'it fnr i'ul
liert. fultiert f-r Itl'nticitt. Srtil.nitbJi'k for
Wur.l. AlcMtn.ler for I'rtR Kenneil) for
Smith, s Jnnt-s fnr lir.if lleferee- V S.
I. mx'iird, l'mplit-AI Slnrpe Llmsmm
Tim- nf p, rltttlp r
Judge - Kretl lur-
TENNIS GAINS MANY FRIENDS,
-jNAVY ATTACK OUTCLASSED
BY CLEVER ARMY OFFENCE
In the tlrst play of the second ten id
W. and .1. got the ball ou a fumble, but
lost It at once when Siarr i'itcn epsed .'
short forward pass, Niih. wt.i td.iisl a
snvilt game, nailed lioodwln in his truck
on W and .l.'s .to yard bin, when Tal
man was forced to ktfk A irett fo-ward
pas, lioodwln to Abt'relght, net'eil l'i
wards', but this was lost on ,i penalty
for holding. Splegi 1 then fumbled. Hraelier
saving the ball fee Itutgtrs Mite Itut
Ker attempted Its tlrst fo'w.ird piss on a
fourth down, which I'rulkshank Inter
cepted on li s .1., yard 'in.'. Abt reight
IllgliO t Inli. With 1 .-.,
-bli .loin Nlltlnlllll
That theie ha In
didn't hue a stiniig ei
d.tv tu put Ii un .in
scoi uig eitiupmi nt of 1
tegtther with marked deficiency
forwaid pass ai d poor work in
null "ff' m e to
pi.ll.t wth the
A i n. That.
Itlodgett trltsl to punt fiom behind his
oal line, but Alerrllat was through and
on him like a shot, blocking the kick.
Another scutry for the ball followed, but
Itlodgett fell on It for a safety. Score.
Army. 2 , Navj , 0.
The Navy put the ball In play on its
own 20 yard line, Itlodgett kicking lo
Pilch, ml, who again fuuihltd, and this
time llveiesch dropped oil th" hall. With
the ball lu their oppoin nts' territory the
middles stalled their offence, but It did
not carry tli'iii far. H.iles lost a yard,
but Hlislgett shot ii forward pass to Kali
Ing for fifteen ard. Mitchell found the
Hue a stone wall and Hlodgett'a forward
nass was knockid to earth.
A goal fiom pbici'tnent from the 33 1
v.ti.l tine to Hlndzett had cnod dtri-'ttou
hut poor illstanci and the soldleix bud I
possession of Hie bather on their 2 yard
mark. M a line plunge by Hodgson the
N.iv was nifslde and was set bai l the
yards. Shielded h perfect Interfeiencc,
Pilchard sklr ed tne tionller for twelvi
i ,11 ils befoie I'alliiig hit hini. Hut there
w.ih holulng In the soldiers' Hue ami a'
fifteen yaid penalty was Inili, i,.,l Van
I'leet coull no: penetrate the lln, on his
first 1 1 . but on his i,onil rittt inn' with
PrlchiHd back for n U'ds he pun d Ins
:iv f i' two .Minis Prhhai'il imnteil to
Mitchell on the mlddiis 112 yard line and1
time w.i un. '
Army Crosses Line
in Second Quarter
Sciiinil Quarter The turns changed
goals iiml the N';iy had the ball on I's
, ird line, first down and ten ;i i il .-. to
go. Ilelore the ball iras snapieil Itelt'lee I
l.auKfonl iii'iiallzed the mlilslilpnun two,
yard-, siippo-nlly fnr iela,lng the game.
Illodgett lined a kick to Prlchard, mini
link a glance ,i' the forwards who wern,
waiting to strike him and then ilccted u
rlv it safe and make a fair catch.
.Mitchell tmnhled Prldianl's rnturn punt
and the Army iccinued the ball miu tho
211 yntd murk
Prlchiird hurbd the leathri to Neyland,
Who was irililely fiee 10 pill tile fl'V
nrds fm the touchdown Soul' one kicked
out lo koine one else uolioil) In (he pie'S
hiv km w who but .Mc.w',in iHlled lo
convert din touchdown Into a goal, Score.
At my V, N,iy n,
HltitlKCtt MfiivA off lo Collin, who re-
tempt was weak. Whin the hall was put 1 Heneillct
111 play Craig cut lnoe for nine yards janls.
before Van ! bet reach' d lilrn. Alerrllat
istoppnl Hate, but not soon enough tn
prevent the tlrst down. Allies lost four
y irds as the whistle blew fnr half Mm-.
Cadets Tally Again
in Fourth Quarter
I'ourth ijuaiter After a brief br'arh
trig spell which gae the player :i chance i
to be sponged otf the teams changed 1
goal-, the sailors having th- ball on their 1
3.1 yard line, second down with seven I
yards to go. two forward passes, the tlr-t
ny .much ami tne second bv
taiteir ami the latter punted for foitv.nv
y.uds to Pilchard, who was dropped by
It. II .lories Prlchard raleil a hlgfi punt
to Allies, who was downed In his trucks
by Van I'leet A lateral pass. Allies m
".'tilbert, cost the midshipmen siien Minis
and Craig was toss,. for the loss o'f an
other. It never rains but it pours, and
a second lateral pass, Allies to Colbert,
lost live more, i'ulbert punted to Prlchard
on the 14 yard mark and on a fake kick
tore through the line tor four
punts and In passing by the centre
hading ri isoiip for its defeat.
Th.s was a loo-ely played game, erg-j
Ing on the schoolbo.i li-h In Its I e elat lull j
of instcuie handling of tin ball hv b.ith I
sides, but aside from that w-akties- there!
wis in the il. ii of the Armv gtf.U e- j
pertius with the forward p.i-. and on- ;
prolonged d iitu of unmti rtupl' d of-'
fiiine sirtiiglh That tlghty ml m.uclij
b tin Atim was a- good a di-play of'
Its kind is has been si t u till- y at.
ii'b 't was on thete whs Uh k, -month
cooperation Intwet-u b.ti k- .'in, I torwaid.
th" moM on fits In inc well tlnnd and go
lllg With plccl-loii alal he shitt ii.lllbl.
h. ill. hi.- of the forwards tulping cousld
Aside fioni this str-lih all iiogr"s hv
the running game w is in tits and staits
and both -Ides w,r,. very kt en defen-
lLi.-.i.. 'ri.,,. i D.i ,i.A r..u. n,.ia .e
rV!'tvKfi'!'' I M"- ch.irge.i through iiowerfully
and broke up plays There had bet n
bints of the Nivv hiving something up
Its sleeve for offence, but if so It staed
tin re. The Armv's otfitice h id the bet
ti t oiganl'.itiou, and the mterfi n lice in
particular was betttr than the Nav's.
The ileadlv. ai "iirai v of tne Armv's
fo'w. rd pass wa- a totent factor In the
ti -ult and vigllauie ai d sprynen. In tak
I'.g adv aula in of r.,Mionetits' ml-t.ike-cminteil
toward lulttln.: the iiny in posi
tion b make use nf the forward i.i..
Neither Can Score
in Third Quarter
Third Winner Mcllwan returned to
the game nt the commencement of this
peilod and ue put the hill lu play by kirk- I
Ing It to Craig, who had gained the 23
.vard mark when O'llaie downed hint,
Allies sllpt'td oft Paiker fm six yards,
but his next trial failed to show an ml
vanci Hates waded into Mcliwnn for
Hodgson brought rhe st.iiiili t,. .1,-1- 1 '"tistotienil.v the U et Polruels made
ftet by a sen-ntlonal run thioiigh a broken ' ''n""r" f h" l" ln:'" t'"'lr fumbles
Held fm twent.v -eight yards. Hates 1 l,:"'mcs.s. excopt tint those tumbles n
tackled him. It was Hist' doivn on the ll"1"''1 "l0 r,,,'s total of pi I' Is The'
Navy's 23 yard line. The iiildshlimien Wist Pointers were nimbler and quicker
in the stands were cheering ii,,,,,,,.!,,,, to ,ic' In the nil of falling
hoarse with t hell "light, light, litfht." but ! ''I 1"' clear at least, though th
the ttrrestrlal nnd aetlal tactics of th.. 'hem to it a couple of times,
soldiers could not be resitted. Heiiedlet i when the play was close to t'e An
only made two vards In n thrust at th,. bnpills mnl lln
l lA ru.it I
m a cock..i,.
line and Pilchard once more turned mi the
overhead pla. Alerrllat pulled down his !
iiirwaio pass anil was dropped onlv at
the I yard line. Ilenedirt and llo.lgson
each contributed u yard and fi half anil
Hniedlct had the honor of curving It
ovr for the Unal lall lie fulled' at the
s-oai iinn tue scoro stooil, Armv
The r i . giiim d 1 1
t , tlif N.iv s 7 I
due l.irgi Iv to two In: :
foi inntion In the Ai rnv
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'siporttrs of the famous Brand' A-l Sauc
( ulhert kicked off to Van Hen, who
had leel.iiniod fifteen .vards when
'ileresch nailed him, Hodgson pt in,,,.,,
wiiy like a bullet and sped for six Minis
otT hi- right tackle oncn more iri:.i,....i
a forward nass of iuin, ..... ...
.i,i i us in .vieiniai, w no merited thi ap
plause of all by his brilliant diving catch
Hodgson found the Hue for on., v.ird
but the forward pass on the nit'n,,
fulled ultirl. Ilenedlcr was thrown
henvlli b.v .loueH alter a three junl ad
vance. The Navy defenee was heconilng
mine alert to the forward pas-lug and
t iiiiiert kiiockcii iiowri I'richnrd'p
Phis gave the Navy the ball on Its
ST. yard mark, hut after three pluv.s It
was forced to punt A lateral piss, Allies
to Wtxrgott, followed bv the forward inns
was Incomplete Allies tried a hike kick. ' KH'hig
which gained live yards, Another furl I '''I' 'Id''
ward pass, this one a short one to the
light wing, wris a little too hKh for
ll irrls-ri, nnd i'ulbert punreil to fvichatd
I op the 15 yaiil mark, where he was
inrow n ny .nines, r ne ijimi terhack at
once returned the favor, Van h'leet tossing
Allies at mldlleld Allles's forward pass
was loo high and the midshipmen's
f'h.iiicpM to start something were nlppeii
In the bud when Hcnedlet Intercepted
Culbert's tonvaril paps on the cadets'
l.'i yard mark. Hodgson fulled tu gain ou
the Hist down and he fumbled on the
second, dipt tivrresch being Hie plaie.ron
bund lo full on It.
A delour around Hie left wing b Allies
protlted hur yards, hut Ills fnnrAul pass
w ns .lulled by several ila)er . and
finally fell to earth. Allies found Mer
one long ppell of rushing. The Ann.v
in ulc seven llr-t downs and the N.u v
live. t foriviitd passinu tne Anu.i iic'.ted
I l.'i vards. the Nav.v II Ami nr,.
llauies wlucli are llliimliuitlng : The Atm
had ouh two uncompleted fniward tias-es,
wlfi'i is th' Navv bail twelve.
The Navy was better at running back
punts, getting slvty-itwo .irds ih.it w.iv,
t In the Armv's foi tj -seven In tne Hist
half Piicliaid'.s punts ivi tagi d fortv.two
yards; In the second hub' thee averaged
tlilrtN -fotii j ards. Kor the Nav.i Illod
gett wasn't a- goml a punier as I'ulbir:.
who succicded iiini. The Na.vs mints
pai-.Miig fiom tin' piisltton. The Nav.v 'i!
I ,cft wing w.i- t ie most vul"ciable pi ice
i for Ami) ass. nil;., but as a mattn" of
f icr tin Ni s line play was ailiiiiite
' ,in the whole, a,i.uati' to the stent of
' mah'iig r a inui h ilnser gim.- but for
ivvh.it went oi oViilu.il and In the way
of i tors In handling
I Theie w.m ninie spent lu th Aitny's
j b.ickttt'1,1 ih. in In th, Nav.v '- The f, t
I mere haiku ran more jocuiutilv and
j In turning Into openings acted inst.intl.'.,
' without the hesitation and futile at
j ,empis at dodging which off n retanled
t the wora of the N.uv bin ks lo a st'.it
i ti " d gtoui of men
i ip;. 1'rlcli.ini pl.ive.i ins iiii 1 1 cooi.
hiady game, and hi' and .Men Hat did i
gie.it amouii "f woik Mlbs at iiia
I tm for the Nivy aeiUltfil himself will.
1 Wh"e Mitcln II had been wobbly on
I latching punt- In was sine, and he was
th" faptt-t. most clu-iv, runnt i the Navy
i Hoth Kndgpou and !! nednt were goml
ground gaintrs for the rm.v. though the
latter nil-red chancts b.v not holding ou
to the hall when t.nk'eil llun-dict played
a cracking good gam. on offence." He
went low. In wnt with fmiv and he
went lo his opinlngs i leanly He was a
hard man lo -lop Hodgson was very
Inlpful In tin nil, ml, ii defence.
The Navv's two strapping hick-. Hbio
gett and I'allli'g. w iv sto)iied by tin
At iii.v without doing any mat rial dam
age Hlodg'tt piohahlv would have
puntiil belter had he not had erratic
pus-lint to contend with. It sei'ined al-o
that he stood tto close to l'i- line for
safeti Priclinid st, in,) further bjik.
I-'alllng iv a- a resolute runner, Inclined
to swing too fir out when trying the
ends but moving at the top of his sliced
and as long as he lotrlil l.iep going.
The Navy's backs wets n't togeth r with
that same appiai unce of le.iiu ilu.v that
tl, Vi'ioi leieL- loi.l nn,l In l'..,l ..l...
ii it ball, out I i, ,,.,.. ,.. ,.,,...,,, n i,
.sav.v whole .Navv .lev a was behind the Army
in getting It- p'.avs in minion and tn the
I work of the Individuals In carr.vuig out
their wmk to make the plus go. The
. V 1 1 1 1 h.ol iiiote pku- whnh woikcil welt
I than the N'.ivv and tiny wci. c.utieil out
j In a mor ,invinc!i g miuiip r. k,eplrg
In in ml ilwavii the vital a-s, t of supe-
liiorltv ti,e li.nl in tilt ir fnrwanl pass
carp I n lerccpl s Pus-,
growth in lawn tiimi- 'U,. i.
m'Vi u months Is in , li. or, i
mt ut ot clubs ailmltte-l to uu
in the national otgal ixa'ioli s
I .March, prepared by lijwi i I-"
'secrttury of the I'nlteil St.it'.s
, l.awn Tt'Uliip As-oiiallon
tlghtv new clubs bavin-- I", nn,
I members ami mori ih in l.Oii"
been . ntolled iti the nat,onal b."
I thereby -hows a gain of ti u
I per t" nt
1 The lawfulness Into th' nit
i , lati in itf reu c - v cv
made t .vard- irounil Seller. A forward ' tions of the , nintr.v and
in from ijnnilwin to l-'leining gave W. I t"f gi enter i llectiv
and .1 another tlrt down on the Itutgei- uieut of the sport. The
10 vn nl Hut. It ivas here that lioodwln
and Heytn.in asfonl-u"d the crowd and
Itutgei s with the brilliant long forward
pass from which Heyrnan ran until. ih's.ed
acrost the line after his sensational catch
Itutgers received the ensuing kick on
its .In yard line and for the next f' vv nun
utts completel out!a.v ed It.s ilval A
ser.e- o' latttal forward pa-see wlrh some
jirctty line plunging by the Indian, ii.it
rttt, carried the ball in -hurt ordtr to
W and .I's 3il yaid line Here Talman
tiled for a drop klik, but the ball carritd
wide The half ended a few s.-onds after
jW and J. tint tho ball In play at her 20
I yai tl mark.
' Kirl In the third period Itutgers had
tine opening, but In-t the chance when i
Talman fumlileil. A set les of penaltie- foi
ofYsitle and holding bait enatile Hutgeep
to in ike thrte Hist dow n- and put 'he ball
on W. and .1'- l.'i vin , li.ilk iti.it k
Tin n. after lloodwi'i kick-d to Itutger.-'s
2.' jard line. HV'tr S.it.fii ,1' i nun began
a second march. Two pn tt toiward
tia-ses, Twl.g to Talman and Talmin to
Nash, cniblliiil with the splri . d line
smashing ot t;.itrtt. Hiaclnr and Tal
man. rolled b.uk Washington and Jiffer- '
-on against it- goal Itutgers w.-s inly
twenty yaitls .iway from a touchdown
when Talman fumbled once again.
ItlllUiTu liirclie In Uoiil I, tne.
Hut this was only retribution defined.
W and .1 was foicul to kii k. Scan till
ing the ball In imdlleb! Nash, on ,
tackle around play aero the Ib id, made
sl arils. Sc.irr shot through ce t.i fo'
of the ntwly ekstel meiohiis
Seattle Athletic Club in' Seattl
md tin Country Club of H
Ala. The Pieitli' coast c
lis l.nno pl.i.vb.g memb r . i '
number of diit courts I: i- m
likelv that tins i lub w.n
.sample of muti) of tne '
cub- and build son.- 'irf , .
Hlrmlngh.im Count' i c.,,1, ii
built sis gra-s cou t- at a , -'
I! cau-e the national . i imp
ImvIb cup matchis are p.tv
HI T. OlOSt of the clll'is ,i'e
number -ome of the g' is-
The West Side Tt t.n s i"
c itllig if policy of sp ! -tinnnlh
applied to I'll t' ii'
at the in St flection ! i
mlttc" o- I'. C M" " II,
l-'.aniis Unset. I " M I -
Alu'chlson w ill s. !, t ot' , -
tin- priigraiiittl' Tin an i
clei tintl vv'.ll be In id a' ' 't
iveiiue, tm I'rid.ii . .l.ii n i
ne asion the W. ' '
s'i ps to furtllt I" 'In an
l.leli Xrdfii Hunters
liopiius. N Y.. Nm -'-or
the Ulen Anlen ! Ill"'
C nni . ll.irimi.il, a'i'l .In
ud are iuastet w 1 le
Monti a to th, li ue-
tin 'ne'ii'iei-. w 1 11,1 r r
o1 nl, iv si ,i- e
.vards by riioh
The illlfetenec Is
11. trills 1 1 . , i lu, k
well a - to the
SURE JOHNSON WILL BE TRUE.
il'roiiioler I'nrle.v ii .IneU Will j
tins Niilioil t Itefore VV lllnril limit, i
P oinn'ir .link i'uiIcm who i.iic.,l n
mefn i on the huslt una Pndav n i , is
ipilti' ccitaln thai .lack Johnson will i t
bos .nr. one liefine he tackles .lern W'llaul
in A1.il. Il Just where the Wlllard-J 'h i
I son bout is tn he laid 1- a -ff'tf tllli Cr
I lev ,vlll not el, for he veri good rr ison
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punts than Din
Hint half aveiageil thlrt.v tluee
ill the sccniid half tui t.v-si v i n
was less hill tied In hui
Nav.v kickers nnd had
that he d ies not know linn-el1-
I ifli'V has the sluned nithhs of
iinn! eiinii lor a noiit of t'oin 2" ' i la
r uinds, the location tn be named not l.i, e.
stronger protection. While lilodgett was'"a'i Iiinuii'v I nest. Ilob Vein.ei Is
liuntlng he had tnorc lift than diiv e to tho '"""'si as s'.ikehnliler and ach b,ier
ball. nius- post jri.nim a- nuaianl f gcod
The covering of punts by the ends was I faith within tio wnk- Johnson Is to ge
consplcuousl.v good by both teams, and in flH'.imii befnie he enter- the rhu mil hilf i
fuel the end pla.v all aiouinl w.ivi escelleiit. ! "f "' pnul - turning fhim moving pic.
The Nav.v ends, i iveresch and Haul- t.tie of the bout. I
son, wtle f.istei thin the Army pah In "We tniv bold tho Unit In II, n.m. ,"1
down uhdet a punlcd ball, and; raid Cuiiej lf.it rluiit, "lie may go tn
III that lisped, but they weii n't , Juaie!!, Meslni, 'ihat denends on w bleb
... i....... ... f..n i. . .. . ... . t
iiioe ,n ii'-ni ,n nntiii on ii ii i'i'ii ii Tiriues -ue iifiiei' niier. I lien, auain,
n- nee. mint innse Willi, nl' ill i go elst'W here. Of one tllllg I
.seyinii aur. .vi.iri:u snone pinli'eiiP" ' . ulc : .l,ihn-..t: 1 no! ti M,.v..v
necausn oi incir unusual eHtdetn'v at on,
tiiklng fnrwanl Hlncs. ' ,
The light wing of the Ami), a strong. ,
well bilancul uiiay. lather outpln.v ed th
opposing wing of the Nav.v. Abilwan.
the centre, passed Infinitely In Iter than
peny of the Navy, and elthir In rushing
up on defence lo smear pbi.vs m hnlibng
up nn the offence theie was Utile fm't
tn Hud with the general work nf the a.iiii
strong AlcKiMin. than whoiii there - n i '
lieltei' cciitfi' lu the Ian-' He had a j
capable group of line allien In Mem nam, i
O'llaie, Weyand and the ends. I
..timid work was done lu the Navv
'so until afler the Will ird alfalr
soli I, nl.e I'M) inihllliini,
Sv I'ltvsiis N'uv is Sill I,
', i, nni'iiin,, i- Mill I utjit' 1 1 1 Of nep i;
bin t not iln ulllilssh'ii (,, to p.n m,'
Cii 'st lla-eball la ague, vice Sacramento.
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