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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1916.
Spectacular . Contests Wind Up Eastern Football Season With Colgate, Penn and Pittsburg Triumphant
UNBEATEN, 28 TOO
Tsuw York Eleven, on Field of
Mud, Outplays Providence
Team at Every Stage.
ANDERSON AND WEST
STAB; POLLARD CJIECKED
HOW BRUNONIANS LINED
UP AOATN8T COLGATE
8or by period!
- OVER STATE, 31-0
Warner's Eleven Winds Up
Victorious Season in Smash
NORTH CAROLINA SURPRISES.
PnoviDKNCE, II. I.. Nov. 30. Colgate's
leven may hare no valid rlnlm to the
Keatern football championship, hut In
the estimation of n vast number of those
Who saw Larry llaulihart'a team over
f Whelm the Brown combination on An
drews Field this afternoon by 28 to 0
Colcate reigns supreme. In n driving
tain that produced the most wretched I
conditions Imaginable Colgate outplayed
Brown In every football department,
outfought It nt every stage nnd taught
the Bear a lesKon In nil round effective
ness that It Is not likely tq forget for
It was a bitter pill for Brown to swal
low. With victories over Harvard and
Tale to Its credit; with an unblemished
record this season and a goal line held
Inviolate against the stanchest of foes.
Brown found only Colgate between It
and the Knstcrn championship. The
work of Fred I'ollard and Ills team
mates In previous "encounters developed
a strong Impression that Colgate would
go the way of the rest.
But In Colgate, lirown faced a team
of veritable supermen a well rounded
machine In which Carl Anderson, the
btqnd quarterback: Dave West, the stal
wart tackle, and Hubbcll, the back, stood
out somewhat above their mates. It
took Colgnte less than five minutes to
accomplish what nil other opponents of
Brown had failed to do, for Colgate got
the Jump on the local team nnd In a
tries pushed the ball over ror n touch
town, with Anderson carrying the ball.
Score In Cai-U Period.
Colgate kept up a smashing and varied
attack that produced a touchdown and
the goal therefrom In each quarter. The
New York Htnters averaged five first
downs to the period, while Brown could
gain no more than three first downs dur
ing the battle. It was not until the
third period that Brown wusntfa to
register a first down. '
If there had been any doubt as to An
Person's right to the quarterback position
on the All Hasten) eleven It was dis
pelled In, short order. He was a will o'
tha wisp as fast ns greased lightning,
aa elusive ns a shadow and as In
domitable ns n titan. There was no
atopplng him slnglo handed, nnd It
usually took three tacklers to bring him
to earth. Kven then ho squirmed along
for a yard or two more. His excellence
was not at nil confined to the mere me
ehanlcnl, for ho ran his tram like the
bast of veterans.
West was a marvel on both defence
and attack, ltoeognlilng his ability.
Brown rarely tried to gain through his
position, but It still had to deal with
him on every play, for he was right on
tha man with the ball, no matter where
the carrier directed his effort. West
also proved an alert follower of the ball,
for when I'ollard dropped the pigskin on
being- tackled In the fourth period West
scooped It up on nrown's twenty-five
yard line and scooted straight down the
field for n touchdown.
Went kicked all four goals from touch
downs. He also made two tries for
, coals from placement, hut while his
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n.r.. v t nnrin nt tiarimnuth. Um
pireMr. Uurlrith of Matter. Had I.lnes-man-J.
J. Halloran. Tlmo ol Perloda-1..
minutes. . , .
Coif ate Scoring! Touchdown Anderson,
Melton. Hubbcll, Weit. Ooala from Tou$
down Weal, t.
Substitutions: Colfate-Watklna for Spencer,
Scott for Wat kin. Woodman for Uirlon, Frre
for Caalelleno. Beck for llubbell. I.alrd for
(llllo. Watklna for Beck, llarrlaon for Niel
sen. Craralt for Anderson. Hayea for Harris.
rarnumrarnutn for Williams. Bowman tor !old played brllllanl football. Its lie- st.arr r. B
Kpraiur, Murnhr for Piirdjr. Tret for j fence- was Impregnable and the visiting Score by perloda:
Sprasue. Nichols for Farmim. Jemall for Con- j players were bewildered by the dlversl- Virtinl
ror. Amian for Jemall, Brace lor Bowman. )f) HUark directed ngalnit them. Carolina
.elcer lor uevnaua. nif.-. rra.hnl ibrnimii tbe Siihalltulluna: Virainia-C.
HASTINGS BIG FACTOR
riTTSBLT.o, Nov. JO. The University
oi i iiisnurg eleven wounu up at ic- ( ..nirnian ..
torlous seuson this afternoon, overlcaiVert
whelming l'enn Stnle by Jt to 0 before Ward
.... floodwrn ,,,
20,000 persons, Pop Warner had his Waariiknlcht
team nt II zenith nnd the Bluo and E,"..1!.
Defeats VI rain la, 7 to o, for First
Time Sine lOOIt.
Richmond, Va,, Nov. 30. For the
first tlmo since 1905 the football team of
North Carolina triumphed over the Uni
versity of Virginia here to-day. The
score wai 7 to 0. A crowd of 15,000
saw the game. Neither team scored in
Hie first quarter. In the second quarter,
after nn exchange of punts, Kolger
gained thren yards through tackle, and
then got away for fifty-two yards around
right end, crossing the goal for u touch
down, Tanby then kicked the goal. The
Virginia (0). N.Carolina C)
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Tmirman X, II
o 0 n o 0
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nnnnlnr tine nnenlnir wide iritv fur Warenknljht, (loocli for Thiirman. Tliurman
opposing i nc. n"'f wide Raps for fnr Cavrrj Calvert lor McKay. Rnswll tor
COLORS OF RUTGERS
Washington and Jefferson
Star Scores All Victor's
Points in 12-1) Contest.
FORWARD PASS IS HELr
By XKIiSOX M. PI") WAY
(Kamnas Yale Football Player).
In a spirited contest In which the old
fashioned lino smashes figured an promi
nently In ground gaining ns tho open
play, Sol Melzgcr's Washington and Jef
ferson eleven triumphed over Foster
Hanford'n lttitgern team nt the lvlo
32,000 Rooters See Penn
Crush Cornell, 23 to 3
Team Play and Forward Pass
ing of lied and Blue Prove
CASK OF SHIVEWCK
AGAINST A MACHINE
II r 'iEOBf.K B, UJJDKIlWOOIi.
1'iiii.Abr.t.riilA, Nov. 30. After three
tong'yeats, lean hungry ones in which
ho was forced to see his undent rival
from the shores of t'nyngit clean the
platter of everything except fie cttinih
i.iuiin f renlnt at Franklin Field
Number ef mhe If
Yard mined by rushing W
First iliii by rilsl.lhl J
Number ef pmila,.
Ave tier dlitunn' t.f pnnta (fM M
rornanl psies ntlrmpted J
Forward passe umplrled J
Vanls ealueil by fnnisrit pe
Forwanl jtasses luemnpleled 0
1'nrward pes Interi'cpted
ItunHlnK bk piint (.ranis).... 53
(Inmml bist, is'iiallle (yards).. 0
I'lllnbles ' 2
ilnninil lol, fiinibbs (.tards). .
Hall lost, rumbb's
Fumble li-rotrlHl I
lnrliifle riniiibiff baric of klrknrrs.
fnr pnnls maile from line of scrimmage,
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3 3 6
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to gain ground with an aerial attack.
Cornell attempting ten forward passes
nnd completing three for a gain otslxty-
if defeat, old William Penn stuffed him-1 v" -rai.
UrouirJs yesterday by the score of 12 tj Uelf on Cornell turkey hero to-d.iy until' " " "conn nan c"n
P. Two field goals by I.loyd .NfcCreight. I M" M '.l" "? "J '"I. , X rZ.
..iii.i, ' " rcri in ins iruupf ra. imii n i ... r'nrn.ll
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Fordham, With Dempsey Stfir
ring:, Defeats Visitors,
U to 7.
LAST VICTORY IN 190R
The Fordhnm gridiron was turna bl
a Thanksgiving day cranberry hog ym.
terdny by thfi weather man, and en th'j
swampy field tho Maroon elven bat
VUlntinvA for the first time sines 1M
wlnnlnc 1 1 to 7 Tho victory In 1501
was by a 2 In 0 score. The score li no
reprcseiilatlvn of Fordham's superlorlly
over Iho Josers, ns th Fordham pliytrt
fell repeatedly In a clear field and wr
tillable to rover ground to receive ptsaw
owing to a sea of mud.
Vlllanova did not rely upon th open
style of play. Tho visitors used onlysix
pnwies, three or which were complete
""" " - -i :- -v" piqued iV:..: . ; ;rnA... iV;i.V.r,m tor r w .1 . ,i''"'l,1 ,,uno " "I"11"" nenver n,g and winding, twisting nnd turning . " h " - y for a gain or rorty yards. Fordham's
dU,anCe- ' y Splendid Kl rr rl KMn I "fo' llaVar'. L lrarrr.,?orIeCm:n',V0'r of the forward pars, combined with a It. the mystic. me- of t,e s:uous ,er- MtoMn ! ruM. line wan haltered and rammed to
llubbell tlao Stands Oat. I V ,ZJa i, .Zsu tail i Fnlarr. John.on for William. Touchdown- touchdown by the same player, nc , pontine dunce all over Franklin Field. thlrt-to yards to I enn s w'n'y ' i tho he avy vis Itlng backs, but not until
llubbell Alao Stands nol. f"'" ." ,"'U ,n r'", ' Hod Fo,,:rr fron Touchdown -Tandy. Of- .otmted for all of Washington and Jcf- Feimsylvanla 23. .'.cnell 3 -aptly tells In the first half and twcnty-nlne jar Is ,h(, la!t aIt of thl! nal port COuUth.
llubbell proved a powerful and versa- J.f "f.i1 U 'if- I ft'.l'.'i iiTZZnlr.- M .E, 'Sffi ferson'a scoring. In fact. It was a r.-u-o I the slnry of who devoured turkey and In I'cnn's eighteen In the second half. I vNlorH mnUo morn , no nrsl d0wn
Ule back. He accounted for Colg..te;. Upmost ubstanl alga Ins. ! tre- Jr. x';h Jj; of too much McCrelght. for he was here. I who nlo crow, "urlna; tho game I'ornell futnhM live T .rro defensive with the
touchdown In the third period, when he H B'"" ," " ,,!i,.t, "n' man-Mr Rris there and everywhere. Well can William Fcnn forget the fall- times; l'enn only twice. Hoth of Tcnn s , tMr ,prrnrj. mn,t of tho time,
rashed twenty-fivo yards around lift form for three stars, t apt. imij iclk. tne gaPtcr.u mtnute. Hulgers's points came as a result of a I nres of the past three lean In the glorl- fumbles wero recovered and Cornell re-, Vlllanova oliosc the klckoff and Me-
end. centre on the All Anterlc.i last year. forward nass received bv llniel from n.., trlutntdi i.f tn-dm. h- lib ibo ex. gained four of her Ilvo foozled balls. ! (Iiickln nuntcd to Cainan on the 15 yard.
iWttttieu behind the a-onl line after rentlnn of ibe tlrnt few second, i.f nliv The game was played on a eodden f)cmpscy went around an end for avan
handle the ball, for Anderson passed It
to Spencer, who In turn threw It to Hub
tll. With the aid of the greatest Inter
ference we have seen this season Hub
bell scooted around tho wing and planted
the oval behind the goal line.
Colgate's touchdown In the second
quarter was the result of n forward pass
for nineteen yards from Anderson to
.Nellsn, who stepped over the line for
the tally. It was a brilliantly conceived
and finely worked play. lirown did not
have a man within nvo yards of the re
ceiver. Where was the great Pollard all this
time? On the attack the negro star was
nowhere, but on the defensive he was
the only lirown man who came up to ex
pectations. He fought valiantly, but to
no avail, for he was accorded poor sup
port. He kept on fighting harder until
he was relieved toward the end of the
game by Hrooks. The heavy going was
not to Pollard's liking, and nfter a fair
start he slowed down to a walk. In nil
the man who proved the undoing of both
Harvard and Yale failed to gain more
than thirty yards. Ho was In total
eclipse, for on several occasions Hub
bell, Spencer end Anderson, In one
smash through the line, gained almost
as much as Tollard was able to make
during the entlro contest.
Farnam Falls Down,
The left side of the lirown line stood
It fairly well, but the right side was a
dismal disappointment, ("apt. Farnum.
who had been ranked with tho best
guards, played the poorest game of his
career. Weeks, All Eastern end, fell with
the rest of the Brown structure. He was
Injured In the opening period, hut Brown
kept him In until the final period.
Brown attempted no excuses after the
defeat. To a man the Brunonlans con
ceded that, the. Colgate aggrrcatlon was
superior to the Brown eleven, and thty
were willing to go on record with the as.
sertlon that there was not a team In the
Kast that could stand against the Dank
hart crew. ' '
While Colgate made frequent and big
gains In skirting the ends and In run
ning through a broken field. It proved
most effective In the good old smash off
tackle. It failed to gain thereby on only
three occasions. Colgate did not have a
wide repertoire of plays, but what It did
possess It knew how to use. It worked
numerous delayed and double and triple
passe, with llubbell moat frequently the
final receiver of the ball. Brown could
stop these only Infrequently. Colgate
also showed remarkable ability In hold-
ever wore the Blue and (lold, nnd Thorn-
hill, the clever tackle. They all covered
themselves with glory.
Ifaatlntr Hark In Harness.
Hastings, who has been out of some
of the big games, suffering front Injuries.
was back in the fray again and per
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formed brilliantly. He tallied Pitt's s;.11N J Vl'ptorv of firor'rptowil
first point, booting tho oval between the B,flI's 111 ' " lor. " u ll
posts from the 16 yard line eight mln- flvnr fJnnrrrn Wnslllnrr
utes nfter play started. Later, being on ' UM r "'0 1 HSIIIllf,
tho receiving end of the double pass, he AT in 1
ran through the opposition for seventy-! '
live yards and a touchdown. Just before
the whistle blew for the end of the first
half he made another goj from place-1 Washington, Nov. .10. Cenrgetown
ment. this time booting It over from the i University and George Washington Unl
34 yard line. He was unable to finish verslty resumed athletic relations upon
the game, an Injury necessitating his the gridiron this afternoon In the first
retirement. (game they have played slnceSOS, and
Jimmy Do Hart. Pitt's fleet halfback, (leorpetown triumphed over their visitors
repeatedly brought the crowd to Its feet by a score of 17 to 7,
ilnn'ti ibe field. .lohnnv Cllrnv. nolnt leader of the
For the visitors Capt. Clark, i:wln?, j country, added to his high total by going
over for three touchdowns and booting
five goals from touchdowns. His total
now Is J 3S points. Two of Gllroy's
touchdowns resulted from sprints of
ninety-one and nlnety-seen yards re
spectively. The lineup:
Ceorietown (IT). Oeorje Washlnston (7).
Higglns and Beck played well.
The game was played on a soggy grid
Iron. Conover kicked to Maclircn, who
ran the ball to the 22 yurd line, where
he was brought down. The ball was ad
vanced to State's 48 yard line when on
the fourth down llnstlncH tried for a
. V. a tll, faMA,l tfx .lone 'CiisicU ... 1,. V
the bar. Unable to gain. State punted. J'""01, ".:."."" '; c.
With Macl-aren. Ie Hart nnd Hastings ' ron".'. Centre,
carrying the ball on line bucks and end Shoxaltrr It. i.
runs It was advanced to State's 12 jard McCarthy "JM"
line when on the fourth down with nve j5JTfIil V.".V.V".V.Vlj'.
more to go Hastings stepped back nnd Jjnroy . I.. II
made a placement kick. McOuade . . . H.H
I Wall K II
... . x- . , , Subatlluttons-I'epper for Glacomi. Wilson
Toorhilorrn Is .rxl. (or K, antl . lfolltnara worth for Bekendorf,
Th nml touchdown nine nntcktv illaeonio tor Pepper. Sebltll for liia.'omo. 11.
...71 . ',U1C1Y-;' Sullivan for Malniiey, sanehei for 9ho alter.
With the hall In Pitt's po-resslon In mid-. y .P c.-ei,e. norland for Ander.on.
J field. Hastings threw a forward pam to Maloney tor It Sullivan, cvilorle for J Hiilll.
Herron. who rnn forty-eight yard for a "ran. corn-n icr uumck. narn mr r,,
touchdown ,IUhty tor Wall. Comiell for Whrlan.
O linen ror ujer. snieatt ior nunaou. hup
threit line plumres had failed to gain
eight yards. McCrclght's run was one
of the prettiest the writer ever has seen,
ns the W. and J. players picked oft their
opponents all the way down tho Meld la
ltutgcrs had n much heavier team nnd
Its weight enabled tho New Brunswick
eleven to tenr through the line for 1 n-
galnn. Bulgers maile Us only touch
down nfter carrying the ball half tho
length of the field, only to be he'd for
three downs on W. and J.'s 5 yard line.
'Not daring to chance another plunr.
Will pen, the shifty left half, shot a
forard In Hazel, who was waiting be-i to the other
hind the opponents' goal line to iccelve
It. WIttpen pulled off his stunt cry
well because he drew all of the W. nnd J
plajcrs out of position by feigning nn
end run. Bulgers should have corcd
a'aln. but lost the ball on downs prac
tically under the shadow of the K n.
posts. Washington and Jefferson got In
the poiitloti to scoro either by forward
passio or through poor plays of th-lr
wnen a cornel! unsii nctteii in iinacani
n field goal the Bed and White, bruised,
battered and broken, retreated In almost
utter rout before tho onslaughts of tho
Bed nrd Blue.
That Cornell ile'd poll a beautiful
ilrov kick from the 3s yard line by l'lltr
Shlvcrlck there nt the first throwing
out of tho skirmish lines was but ns the
drawing of tlrst blood with a light Jab
by a boxer. Stuns by the opening blow
Penn roused Itself to n flghtltiK fuiy
which would brook no denial and bat
tered Cornell from chalk mark to chalk
mnrk and from one end of the gridiron
llotr Penn Scored.
Following the Cornell score
Held with n blue ur.iy sky overhead and yards, but Fordham found Itsslf In
before 32,000 spectators, as huge a niuddy ground nnd Dempsey punted s.
throng ns Franklin Field would hold I only yards to the visitors' goal line. Vn
even with the 7.000 additional scats that ublo to gain, Vlllanova punted and Ford.
h.id been placed on tho Iwrders of the li.mi returned tho kick, With the ball at
playing field. Bain ceased before game mldfleld Mciluckln, tho vlsltlnf quarter
tlmo and Old Sol tried hard to shine, j bad;, made tin attempt at a flild goal
The field was a swamp. that fell short by a yard. Ervlf took
Both Cornell and Pennsylvania had tho pigskin on the Maroon goal line and
uniformed bands to furnish the music . raced fifteen ynrda hefors he waa
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Trams Rirhsntr Pnnta
The game opened with Butgers re
nt t ;c
commencement of tho fray Penn points
Piled out Uke apples rolling from a b.ir
it!. Before the llrnt quarter was over
the Quakers had taken the lend with a
touchdown by l.'iquhart on a long for
ward pans from Dcrr and a following
r.oal from touchdown by Berry. In tho
econd period Berry swelled I'cnn's total
with a field goal from the 2.", yard line.
In trie third quarter Henry Miller,
guardian of the (junkers' light think.
In the second quarter after receiving i for o'floyle. Ilanlrsn for aConnor,
the ball on a kick Pitt resorted to tho Toiiehdons-r,laromo. fillrny
celvlng the ball and punting almost lm-t broke through and blocked n Conic
mediately after a couple of plays failed punt on tho 2o yard line of the IthiiciniH.
to go. Theh came an exchange of punts I A forward pass. lerr In Miller, vut the
and Butgers, not being able to penetrate ! ball within easy striking distance, mid
tho line, punted out from Its own goal ' then Derr was catapulted over tne line
line and Instead of kicking off to the sldo1 for the touchdown. Berry falling to kick
kicked straight down the field to the 24 goal. Later In the period Berry or Opt.
yard line, where Stobbs made a fair Matthews even the Penn playcm dls
catch from which an easy field goal was agreed on who It was blocked aiiniber
kicked by McCrelght. . 1 Cornell kick nnd the eternally vlcli.ml
Soon after Sol Metxger's aggregation nnd alert Miller swooped n-i the plokln
mado three more points on a field goal Ike a striking hawk an.l tljsheil nirm.s
ns a result of Stobbs again making a , the sacred wliltn goal line of tho llhii
fico catrh nnd MrCrelght booting the cans for one more touchdown. Berry
oval across the bar from the 32 yaid I fattened t ie Penn score to 2.1 points by
I'tic. A herles of punts was exchanged booting goal.
In which McCVclght and Haiel figured. I
One of Hazel's punts landed In Stobbs'S Quaker Snhs Milne.
waiting arms on Butgers's .12 yard line,'
for their singing Hiid each team had u
little brown bear for n mascot.
Harvest for Sralprrs.
Twenty-five thousand persons wera
unable to attend the game through lack
of accommodation nnd nt least two or
three thousand nthcis only witnessed
" , :,- , i tnat wero usen wncn ine .M.iroon run
the fray through paying exorbitant , ,lc wa, fotm, ln,prPBn.lbe. onth.lajt
prices demanded by the sharps who had lowM vlllanova tried n long pas, Mr.
tackled. He was thrown, but (lltlng
past diving tackier ran elghty-nva
yards for a touchdown.
Vlllanova then received the kickoff but
could not gain, and hooted the plrskln
out of danger. Andy Dempsey klikei!
on the first down and Fordham smashed
up n series of Vlllanova dccepl epa.
that wero used when the Maroon ruli
In fomo mysterious manner corralled
whole blocks of tho choicest seats.
Cornell won the toss nnd choice to
defend the north goal, Mntthews's open
ing klckoff was n weak, untemtc attempt.
a trail little noaicr inai oniy nan
strength enough to pop ten yards nnd
(leehan to Brentian, who had a rlmr
Held. Cantwell, who wa on the nltr'
snatched the ball and rncd along th
side lino for Fordlmm's 40 yard line for
the second nnd last touchdown.
Fordham- opened the second pfrlnl
with nn nttack that outmametivred sr.l
gave tha Bed and White tne ball ai , ,uilrillied the visitors. Two stir,
mldfleld. it opened tho door for n Cor- , chances to score were lost for the M.i
ncll score, and nfter a punting exchange r nn ti,N period. Andy pemp.ev
the Ithncans were found In possession i,iirl-l a perfect pass1 to Corcoran on
of the ball on Pennsy's 31 yard line. tie Vsitnts' 2i yard line.
Shlvcrlck dropped back to the 38 yard ' R(1 tno bill but fell after running a few
double pass. Mncl-arrn passing the ball , Whrlan. Sullivan and o poyie. uoaia irom imii """'
to Hasting., who broke away. and. aided . 'cn"n-"r?L. given
I nett. Pennajirania. ueao i.ineaman-. a. uurne that period there waa consld- i
by Interference that took out the tacklers
between him and the goal line, ran j Durin. (Ionian.
kicks were true and straight the watcrUngon to the slippery ball.
Colgate Eleven at Height of Form;
Brown Team Suffers Anti-Climax
of the period. Jsut he rained nothing.
Pollard earned" two yards, and when
Purdy fumbled the ball It was recov
ered by lllllhouac on Brown's 35 yard
seventy-five yards for a touchdown,
A few minutes later Hastings uncorked
an aerial pass, hurling the oval to De
Hart, who ran twenty-five yards for a I
touchdown. It was a minute before the I
whistle blew for t.lie end of tho tlrst i
half that Hasting made his second
placement kick from the 34 yard line.
rnll Before Franklin and Mar
hall. SO to in,
I.tNCASTCR. Pa.. Nov. 30. Kvolvlng
from the brilliant playing of opposing
-,... i . 1 IIUIi
. ne state Payers an owe.i improvement j tl.,r,,rl)acks. the annual Thanksgiving
me .!... .u ....mum i in ii, iilj1 -nnie.t between Frank n nnd
Colgnte men had feared that after the
defeat of Syracuse In the game that
usually ends tho Colgate season Bank
liart'a team would let up and prove a
victim of Brown's prowess. But the
shoe was on the other foot. Brown
seemed to be stale nnd suffered an anti
climax, while Colgate reached the height
nf f f fAm ltrnu'ii fnllmvem enllbl I
hardly believe It was their old team out nger zone, out jiorning Drone tnrougn
i anu mocKea tne punt. Nellson fell on.
the ball on the 26 yard mark and Col-
Blocked Kick Bring Score.
Hillhouse tried to kick out of the
there taking tho beating of Its life.
Colaate Well Balanced.
single touchdown, (lousier, who took
Hastings's place, was used with Mao
!.arrti and De Hart to advance the bull.
McLaren carried It across. (lousier
kicked a difficult goal. The lineup:
(0i Pltttburr i.ll.
. . .. i K,
!.. O ,
.. ..K. T..
I'arriih . . .
O' Do imll . .
Clark iC )..
Score bj periods:
Marshall nnd Uettysbure declop.d Into
a tltantlo strugsle cm Williamson Field
this afternoon. F nnd M. emerged the
vctor by the scoie nf 20 to 13 The
playing of Mylln nnd Bote, rival quar
i.,l..iL. rrnlured. The llneuut
Tiiornhlll I F and M. cn, fiettyabure nn.
line and (Iron kicked n beautiful field
goal, sending the Cornell stands In
The Cornell score stung Penn Into
lighting fury and the Quakers after re
sumption of play lashed out Into a sav
aac offensive. Mixing line bucks nnd
end runs with an occasional forwatd
piifrs one a beauty. Bell to Light, from
Cornell's 40 to the 27 yard Hue Penn
worked Its way down the field. Cornell
brnetd nnd held for two downs, and
then Penn delivered the coup de main, :i
corking forw.ird pas, Derr to frqtihart.
the IV nn ll.mk guardian with perfect in-
There was no scoring In the flnnl 1 "feren.-e evading the Cornell tacklers
rfrlod. hut a substitute. Penn backtleld. .V?"" "B, , !f. """ sm,Cl,.',"W".
a .nance by Coach Hob r.d- '"! " " '
t nitiuti t- till in- -.'it I niii i, -.i'iJiru ,t.
V, '7' 7 ..7 ' with the most savage and unrelenting of
Cl.lUin l,l- lllll. a I iri iiiiiiii uui li.i - . . . .. ....
. ' ... . f. imli'A ltiti ihnu-nrl IhMii. mill ll,s
the forward parses were completed.
The second period opened with the afternoon. Qulgley. Williams. Boss and
Arrlsl Attack Wins,
Forward pawes helpeil materially In a
.11 ils. Later Krwig 'l.Tl the ball at
tilidlUld. alul with only one VilimniH
tackier to down him nnd two Fordhsm
warrior.'. n a defence he fell In a mud
puddlo thlrly-flve yards from the goal
Vlllanova lost a llke'y score
nfter when McOucltin recovered 1'ora
ham's fumble on the Miuoou's l.i anl
line, and with no )ereo!i near 'iin r.n rd
for the goal line, but Mcppcd oil" if
Tile second half found Vlll.m i r,f
ferlng 11 tuuc'i better variety nf finii L'l
The lat period wa. fraught wnn
thrills and desprrntn pl.i.lng by t s
visitor.". The trickling was roue Inn
de iillt. ninl Vll iiunvii ernrnl du e
the llrst few mirutes of play nly
Dempsey kicked fmni I'ordliam'H .e
yanl line across the tleld to the 40 .1
line, wlnro M'lncliln took tlie
nnd separated from the Maroon t'nr
Peck iC i 1 Mua.er ...
. Ste. w.iucaman
e!ile 1 j Ixihai li ...
Hatilnra ' MePlierson
..!) Hart M Un
Mfl.areu lies.Vr .
IS 7 ftr:t William
I,. T .
. .1, II
. . . Cralr
, ... Morer
- ..... . ...-.-.i . Itrvnnt as If 111 cr.itlttide foe betnir til. . Penn thrllut Into I ornell terrltnrv n the ,
hcanci team ngming mau ..or u urn ;-",;"" ,: ;,,: , n, e it.i ,. ' mm e by a stretch of mud he raced ,
rhaWrrenUh to' uXwU straight down the Meld ' brought '.he ball from Pe,,n.y.vanln's t!; J the sn,e hn . ,
kick twice, but this failed on each at- , '".nt deep In the desme of the Bed j.,,,1 line to Cornells 2. Battering at 'Xlown McOuckln kicked the co.
lemnt Then Sanford's team heirnn an-. "ni1 I,1,1? fr ln, the territory of the the line, Penn pinhcd Cornell back In- touchdow n. .MCl.ucKin ku Ken tne c
otneV'drU wff , , , ' V"d hne. where Bed and ' bd made all the losers' points
down Bracher was put In nnd seemed ""t crushed, conquered and cowed W hite held for ttneo downs. Berry then bin -up .
to add new life to the eleven, for the Cornell, hurt, httmll.at.-d and humbled .-t.-njpted a Ib id goal from the 15 5 ard Korrth.-.m do Vlllano-.s
Butgers men carried tho ball from the h ;the surc-hsful sables of the ; Bed and line, but failed ra itell .E Thnn:f
.enire f the tleld rleht down to the si Blues second Urine men. rallied thcie After lesumpllon of play n Inngdotihle.jW,, . ' "
)ard line, whf.e a beaut'fnl forward
pass to Hazel netted a touchdown nnd
tied the score. The goal from touch
down was missed.
Ilntners's New sole of Play.
pas. i..gnr to neii to nerry. Drougnt i Treanor
I'ennsylv.inia from Cornell's .11 yard line j Hr.mey .
in ine i,,, i ne iinac.'in.i iieni mr iwu ,.vw-
ilowns, mid then from :i ditlleult angle ,
In the lnl ditch right In the nh.nlow
of the goal posts on lt own 2 yard iino
braced Into a stonewall defence and
held for downs.
Uist night l'enn ruled a fnor!te here. 1 Berry booted a haul tleld goal from the
110 to 7. Before game time to-d.ty the -'.. vinl line. I hero was no further
...i. i- i.n.i i....i. ....... I ,,. n ,rt , til ,i,a ...oiiiiif dllrlni- that aeeimil Tiering tt
Tlie second half opened with a punting , I,nrIn')f nr,,, wondered. Apparently tided with Penn ahead by a score of lu
. 11. : .
game until Butgers got stnrted on n
iVuiabo,,, 1 new stylo of play, which put the Jersey-
lies lino a position m hick, i hi- oik
Indian, Oarrett, came running around
from ills end, an.l when well out bejond
tho end, on the other side of the line,
let out a war whoop that was a signal
.' ':.'. " u u Tone idowns -Lobach. :-. Hole, 1. onidalai
Keteree-Nr. trana. niiuama. umpire-1 i,i,rMr (loodeharlea. Ijfayette. t:m.
Mr. Maxwell, Swarthmore Head IJnesman , . Ir,vr Millar. Haverlnrd. Field Judee
Mr. Merrlman, Uenera. Time of rerlol-16 .r aizman I.alaretle. Head IJneaman-Mr
mlnutea each. t,imPr llarvanl. Subtltutlon-R. Fora-
Pltlaburr Srorlnt: Touehdowna-Herron. . ,. Wauiaman. Snyder for OreuUch.
Haitlnaa. D Hart. McLaren. Coal from ,.. ... sTkat. Time tl minute period.
Tourhdowna Gouilar. Goala Irom nacement I
suMtitution: Fennirirania, state Hobb
for Heck, neck for Itobb Cubbare for Jonea,
Hobb for Tleck, Sway re tor Cubbace.
Iittaburr Oontlar for Haatlrurt, Stahl for
Thornhlll. McKuItr for De Hart, Hllty for
seinai. tinier for Morrow, .iicviejianu ior
Colcate had everything a first class
leven should possess. The Interference
was superb, the tackling hard and sure.
In punting llubbell did wonders with the
heavy ball, sometimes getting oft kicks
for flfty yards. Hillhouse of Brown was
short and wns slow In getting his kicks
away. This fact, combined with the Ina
bility of the Brown line to hold the Ma
roon, gave Hillhouse a very husy day, and
he was knocked out several times.
Not in many years has a game been
played under such wretched weather
conditions. It had mined during the
night, but this morning It cleared, Just
before gamo timethe contest was started
nt half past ll the rain again came
down. During the first half it was only
a sprinkle, but In tho Second half It
developed into a delugo that sent a good
many of tho onlookers to their homes
nnd comfort. The stands were uncovered.
Wlillo them had been applications for
15,000 seata tlie stands could not ac
commodate more than 8,000.
West kicked off for Colgate to Pollard,
lirown tried several unnshes, but soon
found that It was facing a stonewall, and
HlllhoUKo punted. Anderson ran the ball
back fifteen yards to Colgate's 40 yard
line, whenco Colgate started Its advance
of sixty yards for the first touchdown.
Spencer gave Brown a foretaste of tho
bitter things to come when ho smashed
through right tackle for seven yards. Ho
followed with u plunge, through the same
place for a flmt down. (.Ill, too. got
two ynrda and llubbell nnei Then
Anderson opened up with IiIh first for
ward pass to CiiHtellnnos for nine yards,
and It was again tlrst down on the
Bear's 33 yard mark. The Hear was nn
Ills haunches and the game wns rather
Br. i ITU Slowly Forced Hack.
. With tho nld of sterling Interference
Anderson ran eleven yards to Brown's
22 yard station, (lillo plunged through
right tackle, for four yards, and then
(llllo fumbled, but tho uhlqultous Ander-j-on
wns right on top nf the oval. A long
forward pass from Anderson to Nellson
failed, but Brown lost fifteen yards for
roughing the receiver, mid the Maroon
roared on the Bear's 4 yard mark.
For tho tlrst tlmo this seuson Brown
was being forced back Inside Its ti yard
line, Then It was that Brown organized
Its best stand of the day. Spencer
plunged for two yards, nnd on another
try got only ono yurd. llubbell could
mnko no gain,
It was fourth down and a yard to go.
This time West made the gap for Ander
son, nnd tlin Utile quarter lunged over
for tho score. The ball was found only
Inches across tho line. Brown's goal line
had been rrokxed at last. Wcat kicked
the goal, and It was 7 to 0,
Horning wan a big figure In the mak
ing of Colgate's touchdown In tho sec
ond petlod, which opened with Brown In
possession of thu ball -on Its own 33
yard mark. Conroy made the first play
gate was again In a position to score.
Anderron and Hubbcll totalled seven
yards. Anderson tossed u forward pass
to Nellson for nineteen yards and the
touchdown was registered. West kicked
the goal with ease, making It 14 to 0,
In the driving downpour that came
with the opening of the second half Col
gate began a series of smashing, slash
ing rushes which smeared Brown nil
over the field. In the third period Col
gate gathered six first downs. At one
time Colgate gained thirty-eight yards on
four successive rushes. It was almost
u first down with every rush.
On Brown's 10 yard line Olllo lost the
ball as he was tackled and Hillhouse re
covered It to give Brown a respite. Hill-
nouee started trouble anew for the locals
when he got off n very weak punt to his
own 37 yard mark. Anderson ran 12
yards nnd GIUo got 3. llubbell followed
with a 25 yard dash for a touchdown.
Tho rest of the ierlod wa featured by
a 17 sarj run by Anderson.
The fourth quarter bran with Colgate
carrying the hall on Brown's 38 yard
mark. Olllo made 2 yards and Hubbcll
lost 3, Hillhouse making the tackle, one
of the Btar plat for Brown. West tried
a goal from placement from the 47 yard
marK, nut it railed, it went for a touch
back and Brown put the ball Into play on
Its own 20 yard line. Hillhouse made
the Diet plunge and he got 3 yards.
Wcat linns for Tniu-lnlnvrn.
Then Brown cally.l on Its big ace, Pol
bird. Here the negro's bete nolr. fum
bllng, rose to make tho nightmare even
more hideous. As ho was trying to
maKe his way throuth veM, b- foolish
attempt at best, Pollard wns thrown with
tertlflc force. Tho ball left his arasn
1 and West raiiKht It on the rebound. Be
fore Brown knew what It was about West
wns on his way for the fourth touch
For the rest (tt the game Colgate slid
all over tho gridiron and almost regis
tered another touchdown. Smashes
through tackle nvo no mere 2 or 3
ynrde. Cnlgato men frequently slid for
10 and IS yards. The tleld wns a quag
mire. West tried another place kick
from tlie 28 yard line, but that failed by
a big margin.
The game endc-I with Brown making
nn inenertuni attempt at rorwsrd pass
ing. But for a defeat by Ynle by 7 to J
Colgate would now be In a position to
claim the Knstcrn title. To-nhtht Col
gate men nre making wild celebration In
the rain. It In doubtful If they will once
more be called on to play here, for next
season will no doubt find Brown again
playing Dartmouth In the big game.
Touchdown 'M'jHn. 3: Hole. :. Ooala from i for the quarterback to run through t-en
STEPHENSON SCORES AT TRAPS.
IHTXROSE 0. 0. SHOOT.
nrtarn Card of IIO In Holiday
Shoot nt Travrrs Island.
York A. O, traps at Trnvcrs Island yes
ter.lay afternoon. Ho made 96 hits out
of a possible 100, Because of the handi
caps eight men returned perfect scores. ,
They were: Stephenson, who had a
handicap of 5 ; .. Bogers, who had S ;
11. J. Corbctt. 0; W. It. Delehnnty, 35;
O. S. McCutcheon, 30; W. U. Pocrtner,
30 ; It. B. Debacher, 25, and A, W. Cur-,
rle, 30. Twenty-seven gunners com-
pcted and all returned good scores :
HOLIDAY MIOOT-IW TAHI1KTH HAND!
Member Competa far Tkree Tar.
keys at Bath Beach Traps.
Trapshooters of the Mlllrose dun Club
of Bath Beach were kept busy yester
Hnv hnotlm? for three turkeys pre
sented by Mrs. Norwell M. Caldwell ami i on ,,, nimble lad and he spurted on
in tne u
tre. Several good gains wero made on
this play. The same
three times, and that
the hackfleld dropping back for the
unique multiple kick. The kick was
successful. The ball sailed high over
the bar, giving Butgers the lend, ! tn li,
Victory was soon turned Into defeat,
however, for MrCrelght soon started on
nn end run which should hive been
stopped for a moderate gain, but one of
the Bulgers men who had a clean shot
at tho runner chose to Indlantzo him
that Is, to throw the body nt the runner
and produce a much harder fall If auc-
cessful. The runner. However, supped
there was no leason why the lied nnd
Blue should be so top heavy a f.norlte.
The game seemed an even money j-ropo'l-tlon.
I That wa' before the battle. After It
was over It was easy to see there wns
I a' method III the madness of the Penn
backers who tumnieu nil over tnemseivc
('.ilium . .
Fence nv perln.i:
... ., i r.inini n
The seeons) half third nuarter - P !!.' ,;r,lr, ,.,,
..-..n.-ii wn,i n pu iung unci, n cenen . r. from T,Irtj, . n,nip.rt
when II Miller blocked a Cornell kick I Onekln Substitute. : Fonlli m
nnd l'enn not nosscsilon of the bnll on 1 tor F.rwlr. C'eMI fnr KendrieU. P'
((line ' nnl ne. A f,iriv:ir,l n.m i i reannr. tinaiinta
Peir tn Miller, put Penn on the .1 yard
Inn-. Derr crashed through for a touch-
II , I .-1
Kr 1 "
M ll e 1
1 , :
rdv was trie i I to wager 2 to 1 that the Quakers would down. Berry failed tr, kick goal. Soon
pia was tried 1 , .afterward l'enn forced Cornell back In-
was followed by triumpn. Cornell
It Was Team That Won.
There waa no one man chlelly
II ItiennMh i
fleehau, Dnuaherty for Fiction: (
lleferee ..M Karrlar. Dartmouth
Mr. (Irren, Svr:n u Line. man Mr
lrlncetou. Time nf Periods '" in'
iinw wns returned the
-i kill; Charles O'Brien was second.
B. Stephenson returned the best , wtll 20i and James McDonald was third,
In tho holiday shoot nt tho New Wjn
The second shoot, a novelty event, in
which the contestants shot from the
hips, was won by Mr. Phillips, with 16
kills; L. Cillnmre was second, with 11.
mid Jnmes McDonald waa third, with 8.
Tho third event was won by O. Snare,
with 22 kills: Mr. Phillips was second,
Willi 21, nnd Mr. Holland was third,
rt shoot John .iow tile iieM for the goal line.
i winner, with . i journey wns tundo exceedingly
P. II. Steplifmon
.. lto;era K.
I). J. Curtictt :
It. Helehanly M
li. H. MiVutctut) St
W, I', t'nertnrr "
It. II. HH.arrier
A. W. Currie 70
C.mrail Kiel! a I
I, . W, Thompson
I'. 11. Lawrence
A, II. Hilblwll
II. &l. Tliulilpaen...,
W. It, Short
F. 1. William ,
W J, Smith
D, )'. McMahon
It. M. Owen
W. It. Ofdeii
J, P. Connnra
H. It. d Wolfe...,
It. II. Owen
J, M. McLauiUlln.,
J. M. Jonea
NOTRE DAME IS VICTOR.
Hols- Cross Game Postponed.
Boston, Nov, 10. The Holy Cross
Boston College football game was post
poned here to-day on nccount of the poor
condition of the flshl. The game will be
Played off on Saturday,
Nebraska Defeated ISO to O by .Inntli
Lincoln, Neh., Nov, 30, Notre Dame
to-day defeated Nebraska nt football
by 20 to 0, The Hooelers' victory was
clean cut and decisive, The first touch
down was made In the first quarter
when Bergman ran around right end
for forty-four yards. Miller missed
goal. Baujnn In the third quarter
scooped tip n Nebraska fumble ami rHced
sixty-eight yarls for another touchdown
and goal waa kicked.
A forward pass from Miller to Berg
man, the latter running for the third
touchdown, In the final period, ended
the scoring after Miller kicked goal,
McCHTCHEON WINS CUP.
Has Best String for Month In New
Shooting In tlie rain did not materially
affect tho scoring of tho men who faced
tho New Bocholln Yacht Club's trn.s
yesterday, for good cards wero returned
in most nf tho six matches contested.
It was tho final shoot of the month,
nnd (ieorge H. McCutcheon; having tho
best strings for tho five weeks, enptured
the November Cup. He also tied with
Commodore A. P. Bennett for the Accu
mulation Cup. Tho high scratch mm
....I....I ,,. .....u A r. Itotiia u-lth n uenre
i-ii'i ii. i.i mir. ... ,,,,,,.t ...... nrii-iii n, ,,-. ,..un.., ...,...-- .,
of H.i, lie also was tne winner or tne n mirimy, uu. ,uuj:y" "r
r, "I.ie.l" i,'ii,,llimi mnteb shall. I'rnnavlvaiila. Unesnian-T, J, TlinriK-,
. 1. n h'"".1""' " , -, Columbia. Time of Perlo.Ia-15 minute each.
A. P. Bennett was high handicap man . waahlnirtnii and Mefteraon aeorin! Touch.
Willi 7 on his Handicap or m, in ine
November and Accumulation Cup events
easy, for the w. and J. men rormcit n
roit of family circle around him nnd
with flue Interference enabled htm to run
for a touchdown, McCrelght doing the
The Butgers men then resorted to
ovcry sort of it trick play through the
line and around the end, but to no nvnlt.
The fourth period opened with tho W.
and J. men still on their toes mid tho
Scarlet team fighting desperately to re
gain their lost advantage by forward
passes, but they wero not ne clever at It
as their lighter opponents and failed to
complete jiny for very substantial gains.
W. nnd Nl played a conservative game
and kept the ball down In Butgers terri
tory most of the time, The gnme ended
with tho liners fighting desperately for
the break that would give them victory,
but It did not come, The lineup:
Waah, It Jeff, IKl. ItuUrra Ol
Carroll .. L. K ,. Slorcll
llenrv L. T Ilobeaon
Windier )r L, (i
Drew It. (i .
...... It... .
,. ..K. II... .
A. Tufts, liro
knl; wan blocked, captured by Mllle
ho scooted across for a touchdown, 1 n-
, I .. . . 1.1-1 1 . t Tl. ' '
sponsible for the Quaker triumpn. ine - i.,,t,... !
Knnie urii.i.r-u in. ..i.e .- ....... ii.i- .er tbsn leaves n Vnl omhrnsn. eneli
side (.Tending. Tho lineup:
PENN SOCCERS TRIUMPH
deeds shone like beacon light llltitnlnat
lug the general play; no superman
.... ... .. I . 1 1.1... u.ni.
wnneo jrnia e,..iri. .. , . .r,,h-r,
rato and distinct niche in l'enn s Mn;i,pw,
Hall of Fame. Bather It was a iirnnimr '.
team of stars with which Penn hurled Its 1 1, Vrar .
nnclent rival down to defeat, The Krievaar
Quakers crushed Cornell with n Fol
well built machine, a machlno assembled
so skilfully nnd solidly that each part I
worked In splendid symphony and unison ;
nud developed a power nnd punch mily
possible through Its wonderful coopora- ,
tlon and cohesion. I
Capt. Nell .Matthews, Henry Miller, his
brother flank guardian, I'niuhart. stal-
wart nnd versatile Ilnwatd Iierry, line
., ..L. R...
.... L, T...
11 C ..
.. ..It. K ..
.... J. H.
. II Hoffman
.It 11 Speed
F It .... Mueller
l.uhl .. .
?iire bv periods
1'eiinn It .una ..7 S II A :5
Cornell .5 0 0 0-3
Hell-ice Mr MiC.irlv (ieruianlnvin Ac.nl
rmy 1 inplre Mr. nuts,
JwKe- Mr nuesim. U'lilali
and nine Defent is I
I.rairup Mutch, 4 to .
Piltt.AprLritlA. Ta., Nov. i
University 'of Pennsylvania ea.i
feated Yale In sn lntercoleglHt b"
soccer match this morning on t n
of the Philadelphia Cricket citih
scorn of 4 goals to 0. The vl. b'
the Penn eleven ono game nearc
championship. The local" hae t.et
defeated this year- They ha e i
nuet Haxcrford Collcire. t le rri'
tltleholders, nnd Cornell
mnshlne Dcrr mid Liht, little nunrter
back Hell, not to say anything of sub
stltutes Qulgley and Williams, nil cov
ered themselves with glory.
But It is the Penn team of 1910. the
team as n unit, whose nnmo will be
handed down from generation In gen
1 - Mr Crowell. JMiarllunnre. Tune of Period.
l-.fi minutes each Pennsylvania scoring
Tiiuehdnn ns Fnitlhirt, Derr. Miller filial
.in i ..ii' ...low mi. iK-.ij, i.i. ,iii .(iin, ririn
- Iierry Cornell senrlnt! Oonl from Field
Shit cm h Siibatiiiltlon: I'ennajiv.inla
Quiyley for l.lsht William" for Derr, Tltrel
fur Malbewa, linbinson for llrslervaar, It.ii.t
lor hniiinsun ttosa tor tMiuama. Cr.me
eratlon tn bo honored and respected nnd i fnr I'muhart. Clnther fnr Cnnf, Ynunz fnr
sunken lovingly nnd endearingly of Miller Wajoner Ior Unfcito. llryanl (nr Ii.ll ,
wl,cre"eru,denever gather the loynlimAiiaa $ff,e'fTr,nf. '
1. mil lie ..
Itllhls . .
ho returned full scores.
COLLINS WINS AT TRAPS.
Takes Two J'.vent nt llnslde
Vncht Club llvent.
W, M, Collins won n 100 clay bird
shoot, at the traps nf tho Bayslde Yacht
Club yesterday. Collins nlso hol the
high scratch score, breaking 93, which
on his handicap of eight gave- him a
perfect score, Tho second handicap
prize was won by Frederick B. Long,
who broke 92 and whs allotted n handi
cap of six, mid the third hnndicap prize
went to Boy Fosdlck. Tho summary:
W. M. Collin. 03. 8 100: Frederick IV.
I .on:. 02. it Dili Hoy Foadlctc, 74. 20 04:
T. E. Ild, TO, 18 OS A. T. Hlon. 80,
1303; 8. H. rrt, A3, A 01: .f. . Fnsdlek.
H4, (1 0O .lams O'Hrlen. 00, 20 so: n.
I-. Hmlth, 73. 1588; H. M, Jonfa, TO,
15 S3; L. Uarrlan, 30, 80 ,
Innu-M.Crrliht. Field (Joabi-MeCreliht
15). Rutaera acorlna: Touchdown lliuel.
Field (ioal-Haiel Silbalitutlnns! Wuahln;;.
inn and Jenfraon-Crnwlord tor Jluble,
wickeraham mr larrou. nixicr ior .uss.
Itulirfra-Hracher for Kllioit, 8Ilker for
Ibiraeh, Wallace for Wliltrhlll, Hauaer for
Wallaie, Wallare for llauacr.
HAVERFORD SOCCERS WIN.
College Champions Defeat Cornell,
a to 1,
Havkrpord, Pa., Nov. SO. Haverford's
eleven, Intercollegiate soccer champions,
defeated Cornell hero this morning In n
league match 3 to 1, The tleld was very
ullppery, due to the rain of the night and
early morning, and the players, slid,
skidded and fell aa though tilajing on
This waa Haverford's second Intercol
legiate gam and first victory of the
season, the team navlrvs loet to ITInce
ton 4 lo 0 laat Thursday, 1
sons of the Bed nnd Blue,
flhlrrrlrk. New rornell Cnptnlii.
lVltr. Shlverhit, who to-nlglit uimnl
motislv was elected captuln of tlie Cor
nell iiecn for 1917, plaed n grand
I'ninn fill i'ornell tD-ilav. 111k IrallHM'
lluzrl ' llt- nlilln titilliin nf JfnnrV
Ilura. h I or Niivarie, ever wim in nn- ii.inn.i.i ..i
', lten.hilli battle, lie was an Attlla on the attack
llarr.it I (11,d n Horntlus on the defence.
"wiiY'nJn" I I'lKhllntf. inllylng. directing. Jie fought
Wliitililll 1 like u hero to win for Cornell. But tho
. Kllinit ! task wan too much for him. lb- nlone
Pmpire- K. ' , ,mld avail little against tlie overwhelm
ing stiength of tho Quaker ma. bine.
Penn only had to cover Shlvcrlck
though Speed nlso gave tho Bed and
Bluo some trouble while Cornell had a
whole eleven to try to watch and guard
The cold bare figures convincingly tell
how Penn outclassed Cornell. The
Quakers mitrushed the Ithacans M ynr.lH
to r.9 yard In tho Hist half nnd 112
yards In 24 In Iho second, Penn mado
four first downs In Cornell's: three In tlie
first half nnd lite llrst downs to Cor
nell's none In th" last half. Berry out
kicked Shlveiick Ihroiivhout -tho game,
tho Penn hooter averaging 47 nrds to
the Cornell kicker's 33 In the tlrst half
nnd 40 yards to 35 yards In the second.
Many Forward raises.
In Hie first half Penn tried nine for-
ward passes, completing tlvo fnr n net
gain of eighty-nine yards. Several of
Penn's pauses were double ones. Cor
nell tried only ono forward pass, com
pleting It for a gain of nine yards. The
Ithacans took a leaf out of Penn's book
In the ttcond half und repeatedly tried
.Millrr. Hard Ior Anderson. Zander for lick- I
ley lirown fnr Ciarry, Eilcnberrer for
RESULTS OF COLLEGE
Skates and Shoes
Wc lit your foot to the shoo
and then fit the skate to the
shoe -no easy task. Our skates
-Waahlnnlon and Jefferson,
Colcate, sj Itrnwn. 0,
I'nr.lllMlll. 14; Ylll.-inni'i. ?
ll.iehesler.in.Vrrinont.il I .i .n nut nn clmnc hv mrn M'lb)
i run r..i", n i - - 4
AI New ork
VI Itniki r-. n
A I New Ynlk
t llbhuinu.l M.rih I'nr.illn.i, 7, Vlr- nre OXDCrtS'
K 1 1 1 1 al -,--- -
A .v,!'r,",!1!n, M "'!"' 7. prinn. 7 ' tlie skates and shoes are made
At iin. Innull Miami, H4; Cincinnati, 0
Al tictctuml -Weaiirn llcstrte, i7; ('as
At Washington nenrgrtnwn, 47: (Ieorge
W IlklllllKtiMl. 7.
t Linn .iKler I'rnnklln nnd Marshall, 20;
(telij iiurg. 1.
At Niislu Hie -Vnnl'rbilt n, .Oewanee, 0,
At ll.iltlniore -Mur land, f.1 , John Bop.
U Knnxt lite -Te nne ee, 0, Kentucky
At l.nwrence Mlssnutl, 13; Kansna. 0,
At Atlanlu Hfori.Mii, ;i:i, Aulnirn, 7.
At 1 Urii.H: k Iin in ilcorKl.i. ::. Alabauia, 0,
At Lcilnctnn Trur,Hivanl.i, l.'l, Loula
At Milwaukee- Wllhnah. ja. Manpietts. T,
At Lincoln Nntre Hunie, -JO; Nebraska, 0,
At I)a Miilliea Ainea, ,-l.i. Drake, 14,
At iim.ih,i I'relithtnn, i'n. Smith
At Manhattan Knnaaa Aggies, 47, Waah.
At Seattle Waabington. 14, California, 7
Al I.im Auuole. nrn.Mii Agslc., K,
Sontlieru I'allfnrnla, 7
At KulelKh Wiiahlnalnn end Le, :tj
North Carolina Agslea, 0,
At Cheler--l'onnylvanla Military Col
lege. St: Albrlsht. 7.
At Newark, Del,. -Mount 61. Mary', :!
Dtlswsri Cullrce, 7,
in our own factories. No que
lion about the shoe beinp Mut
able to the skate quite an im
portant matter when it conies
to comfort and general satisfac
tion. The above illustr.it m
our No. XK Skate N
332 Shoe, a ny dcrc
combination. (CO 00
No. XK Skates oult I' , ?l.0
l Fifth venue
I :(i Nasau Strc.-i
ho et Spalding titere. I
St. NichoUf Rink lie r
Columbus Arenu" taut
and eoih Slrret lli-n.i,l