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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER T, 1914.
"AL" M'COY MEETS "YI-YI" ERNE AT NATIONAL TONIGHT-FOOTBALL GAMES GALORE
GREYS MEET DENERI
AND TRENTON PLAYS
Camden Ran Away With'
Greystock Five Last Night,
Winning by the Score of
34 to 16.
,' TODAY NUMEROUS
Big Out-of-town Football
Games Grip Local Interest
Despite List of Attractions
for the City.
, TODAY'S SPORTINCr EVENTS
rerihsylvants flehigsn. at Ann Arbor.
Harvard Princeton, nt Cambridge.
Carlisle Holy crow, at Manchester,
tertraoutb Tuft., at Hanover.
Johns Hopkins Gettysburg, at Baltimore.
Lafayette Muhlenberg, at Boston.
Imiion Valloy Rusqurhanna, nt Annvllle.
renmylVania Military College Carlisle llo-
senes, at Cheater.
Tale- Drown, at New Hinen.
Colby Dates, ntWntcrvlllo
Comlt-J. and Ar . at Ithaca.
Perm Stat Lehigh, at South nthtehem.
Trinity Havorfonl, at Hartford,
y S. N A FoMtmm. nt Annapolis.
Fenn rrcshmen-Plebos Annapolis
unlr. of Pitts W. and J., at Pittsburgh.
Jinlv. of Vr, Bt, John's nt Annapolis,
vlllanovn urslniis. at C'nllosevllle
mil School j'ootball Hncrfonl. at Fotts-
Tolentinc Wilmington High Schoot. at
Allentnnn V. and M. Academy, al Bor-
Trenton It P Ilordcnlonn at Hordcntown.
MerctrshurK Lawrcuccv lllr. nt Harrisburg.
Army -Notre Dime, at Wcit Point.
Washington and I.oe luarthmorc.
Burknell Albort, nt Lewlsburg.
Syracuse Uutgi.rs, at Syracuse. . . ,,
Central High Atlantic City llljb, at SOth
and Somerset sts.
Pcnnsjlvanla "iule, nt Franklin Field.
American League games.
Allied 1earuo games.
Philadelphia Lcnguo games
Cricket Onili Lcnguo games.
Fxankllmllle League games
Penn Cornell. I'alrmount Park (noon).
Penn Fresh Cornell frcsli, at Ulrica.
Mercury (Phlla.) Reading, at Reading.
Kagle Club, on onn grounds.
Meeting at Mcailonr Springs.
Du Pont hoot at Wilmington.
Claymont, at Chester Illue Hock Club.
Members shoot. Huntingdon Valley Coun
Radnjr Hunt, In Hadnor section.
Saturday night bouts, at Notional A. C.
Amateur tournament, at Athletic Club of
Greystock.. at Do Nerl.
Trenton, at Heading.
"Whll tho two big; football games to
day, Pennsylvania ngnlnst Michigan at
Ann Arbor and Princeton opposing Har
vard at Cambridge, grip the public In
terest In Philadelphia, there will be many
athletic events of more than usual Im
portance. Tho Red and BIuo football team held
Its final practice yeaterday afternoon on
Mack's field In Detroit. At tho same time
Michigan was receiving a few friendly
words of advice and admonition from
TriitMlnff Tost. The cenernl ImDresslon
' In the West oeems to be that Michigan
has a much better chance to win this
rear than she had last, although the
TVolverincs won over thalr Eastern rl
als In 1913 by two touchdowns. Goorge
Brooke thinks that his team has been
underestimated, and that all of the pre
dictions of the game have been based
on the early season performance of his
f At Cambridge this morning tho betting
odds favor the Crimson ngalnst the Tiger,
but It la by no means a foregone con
clusion that tho Urlckley-less Harvnrd
, team will leave Its own etadlum a wln
ner. On the contrary, the Orange and
Black eleven has Bhown o. more diversi
fied football knowledge this year than
the highly cultured opponent. In the
final anal) sis (tie result of tho game Is
apt to be swayed by luck ns much as
by any other one factor, and this means
that Princeton really stands a better
Showing than she Is being given credit
This morning the Penn freshmen are
running a cross-country race with the
first-year men of Cornell. The result of
that event -will be completely overshad-
owed by the varsity track teams of the
same Institutions, which are booked to
begin a dual hlll-and-dsle affair af noon
today over tho Falrmount Park course.
kThls cross-country event Is the biggest In
I the country today. Penn's improvement
r In cross-country work during tho last
f. month causes the followers of the Bed
and Blue to be more hopeful over the
outcome of this race. Usually there are
flvo jntn on each of these teams, but at
the request of Cornell the number has
been Increased to seven this year, and
Is a part of an agreement whereby the
Penn team will run at Ithaca next fall.
The Mercury Athletic Club sent a cross
country team to Reading today to com
pete In the 5-mlle run to be held there.
The team should make a splendid show
1 inc. as It Is composed of some of Phlla-
delphla's best dlstanco men. The team
' is Stanley Boot, Bchwartz. AVelU, Otto.
Bltler ond Atopic.
For the first time In the history or tne
institution. Penn will put a soccer team
on Franklin Field this afternoon, to cam
tt -with a. collegiate rival. Tale will be
tha DDDonent. and with the reputations
Vheld by both teams there Is sure to bo a
bit: crowd to welcome the new sport on
the old field. This contest Is on of the
Intercollegiate Boceer League games. The
other teams in this league are Harvard.
, Cornell, Columbia, Haverford and Prince-
- ton. Th Tigers are In the league for the
first time, but they hav already shown
that they will make) a strong Dia ror tne
pennant by defeating the strong Ithacan
team a week ago.
The FrankllnTlUe Iagoo Is Just begui
ling 1U schedule, playing the first games 4
tnu auernocm. inoso comesu wiu di
Cferfrt Church against North End, at
Tth street and Tabor road: Melrose
gainst Erl. at Hunting Park.
SHOOTS TO BB HELD.
In There are Ave big shoots on the docket
" for today The Eagle Club and Meadow
Springs will offer good sport to the shots
"-f- of tha city, and It is expected that there
fffiL KlU b Iu'l J' ot ntrU. Wing shots
-, wtjl ba particularly Interested in the
IT Meeting at Meadow Springs. The Eagle
Association baa a stood attraction la
ar "WiIU filer competition. Delaware wing
ut will liava a chance to u.ttend. asi
JL ?? . .Tl 1.1 ,1 . W- T.. T, k
att!ali tha w
sujU, tha weekly mtetlng at the Du Pont
' target shots of Claymont will rnr it
tha -Chaster Blue Rock Club. Members
af tk Huntingdon Valley Country Club
Jwwe f4aniKl a club meeting for this
u t TV RJaor Hunt will be among tha
I s4d jKrW af Interest today. This hunt
,fv;. wlU fra bAl4 In the Radnor tqwnship seo
W 'ttosi, nn4 already aMoaglUt of naws
ba bn turned In. slgnlfytag thlr ln
tkf. tatfoa orf b4ng among thse tp ride.
9E isa atber club are ready for this class
mt frlil. bow that tha fox-hunting sea
Moa, 1 o. Arooog the mora prowtoent
iMriAu wfaU li will aunt are Ptckortsg; Rad
g'Cilintir Valley, Whltemarsh asd
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niKiliitaa- af Mm twuU. Tbe Ath-
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There once was an actor named Jennings,
Who In baseball gleaned millions uf pfennigs;
Ho leveled a crack at onn Mnnttger Mack,
And as sure ns ou live didn't Connie
who throughout his long carter In baseball
had so quietly, assiduously ami perennially
annexed baseball nags that the sports
writers christened him
"The Tall. Taciturn Tutor"
bf-camo so disturbed that he unloosed his
cal artillery and proed to an
unsuspecting sporting vorld that he could
.tlil'f m,1J;n"?,!'l.,mP.r9vemcnl5 t tho IWSth
f,r?i etrJ?c' V. th x '2 Grounds are at lost
i... , """i-. Alreadi the work has begun,
"ift Wy'.J1" "wnlng ot the baseVil
5,SJ2.Jt.1JilB,tne no. L station and nn-S?-S..wllL
bo fomol'ted Horetofuro tfio
RTfP'2haiJe becn lely"l from 15 to 2u mln
Vvh'..s J" iRr rransements at that station
games the narrow runway on tho west aldi i
swamped with humnnlt, and Its greit length
Rko"nVn.;fro,?iim,'l,,lA'r br than snail"
llko progress 1th tha new station tho
S!3?,.c,l.Vnot onl- le eccommodatc" hette?
going to the gam. but the people will not
ihB-S,w?!knJ0 Ur.t0 catch elr trains wiVen
tho sumo Is over. Ijut summer those urnilng
out of tho Polo Grounds late found that tha
SSiu"!!" cl0i;, on1. " ""la was
?s,,thTcysmlniK??.t'!lKm" which ,Ma
.t5rV1ty.SSSr,,hd5?i,lSr I'SinKS. gao
Michigan Penn's signals while tr.J "iSd a"n,1
Blue eleven was In Uotrolt,
. Despite the lack of practice which n.
'hhA ltern '-"v""0 basketball n layers hafl
had. the games played so far havi hn'.l
?Ji'J".".n',i.5ow'5 the lureVf thY-ea
".u.i "iieuucu. snowing the lure of th Vi.
1l!l.crta",i,' not "" the wane. Ui-t Si-hfJ
blr cron-il hMwm i. t. La r.lot' nigni a
ui- v " Nevertheless, some of the rn.
fwofbteh2 niL'appGlni- at '" ""owing of a
notably true of (ho Da Nerl team v.t!
playing has not been up to the s"indar2 h.
catse. the men were nol in aufflelenUv Sm
Pb caJ form, to follow tho "all as fh!
should have done. This coSpIed wn thifi-Jb-e-fTo'SYo
iaWa'Pt' "eM SSS.I '.Vn?
well to hive "af T7fi ..?"?"."'"' ouia do
oon beatna. Th moi.i... V. ciSr0 'ho "ea-
?.r. r do. thi.r bit ih.r.,.!.ss:
who oo noi. anu inese tew prevent their " "
lows from winning when a victory i ho, m h.
won instead of a defeat inflicted? y ou'a b
It Is understood that when II. ir rnpni.j,
SRSdA,5!lkJ.W0Und around Wt" golf bairthe
other day ho did a serpentine dance
Evidently the "storm of protest" that was
raised over Howard Drsw's amateur .t..".
was Instigated by only a fewVrsSns So ?fr
there ha. been no proof offered that the col
ored sprinter is a professional and as far as
any one knows, no one knows any "ne who
knows anything against h m uu arnaUuT
?'fiiu Jl?- '.'.'"T, ?"' or club m,VUn:
Waltsr Christie, Unlnrslty of Bouth Carolina.
declarss that tha fact that Drew TaJT aTways
h?!nm1,J?S.?pftvSn th tr.ck- Jnoleates K
JVLfT'T? Mf!' h " a "pro" he woulj
to be a good sport and has bees the first one
to concrarulu a man oo a suocsm won over
psror-s recant sutsmeot Karha ravorta eltia
BIG ENTRY LIST
FOR CDP RACE
Automobile Club of Phila
delphia Will Start Grind
for Fletcher Trophy at
SMi-lit aatrlea have already b
tha AutMUbae CTuti of FUUd
sVtehr Cub run ta be bald toe
niuafcsr of otbaia era aaouxed
It la announced by P 6. Pol'
of tLa Ceutest CejasoMtea. that
,bn reclvd by
ladMshta tor the
UMoorrow, and a
V a4. wraatptly at w. us tSa tii, the
"I! ?i ??MSST",'.??"r!! ". euntiataata
itouy vk a ths AuSsaoelle Chib by
An iBtsrMtUig route, which wtU not be an.
noituctd uotM tha eoatsat sUrts. has i baak
S 5St3v" aaaUt " mw Sts
Princeton Will Not
Protest Capl. Brickley
Princeton will enter no protest
ngalnu the possible use of Captain
llilckloy In the llanarel contest to
da, but will go on tho assumption
that his on plislclatis are best
acquainted nltlt his condition.
Whn riucstloned about the uttltudo
of the TlRcrs If Brlcklc Hhould be
sent In for a drop-kick. Wilder Pn
fleld, the head field coach of Prince
ton, said: "We will make no protest
If ho has his phjslcl.ins' consent to
On being reminded of Tale's protest
In 1311 agrlnst "Eddie" Hart's playing
until ho had a specialist's consent,
"Hart's Injurs n as of a more serious
natuie. Urlckley's wound Is a clean
one tnd would incapacitate him only
to the extent of taking longer to heal
In caso he is hurt. There is a rule
nmnny that "prohibits roughing up a
kicker, and I don't believe Brlckley
will possibly be used for anything else
"AL" M'COY WILL
MEET ERNE AT
Tonight's Show Will Be
Rattling Good Affair.
Good Preliminaries Are
Manager Jack McGulgan has arranged a
good show- for the National Club tonight.
"Al" McCoy will meet "Yl Tl" Eme In tho
letter's first bout ot the season. The full pro
Main bout "Al" McCoy, New TorW, t "Yl
Yl" Erne. Philadelphia.
aemtwina-up "Knocxout joe" cvDonnell,
Philadelphia, vs Jimmy Murray, New York.
Third bout Proston Drown, Philadelphia, vs.
Ecjla Doraey. Philadelphia, -..
Second boutJoo Plsher, V S. 6. North
Carolina, va, Jimmy Dougherty, V. B. B. Con
necticut. First bout Jack Dennett, Philadelphia, vs.
"Lad" O'Leary, Philadelphia,
Tounr Ems Is back In the form that mad
him one of tha most spectacular Brtrtsrs In the
country and will go to the post it Jack Mc
Outtaa'a National Athletle Club tonight
against the New Al MoCoy, of Brooklyn, con
ceded to be one ot the hardest-hitting pugilists
In the ring today. Erne has tralnsd faithfully
for this bout. He will need to be In good con
dition to withstand tha attack of the visitor,
who is of tha type that forces the fighting a
all times. . .
The ssmlwtnd-np should he a ptaeh, as It
will bring together Knockout Joe ODoanell,
of aioucestsr. the lad who has scored four
straight knockout victories, and. Jimmy Mur
ray, that sensational New York kid who never
stops from bell to bell. The third boat Is
also golnr to ba a pippin. Tha principals in
this fracsa will be Preston Brown and Bddla
Dorser. two colored fellows who not so long
ago fought one of tha most aensattonal bouts
The other bouts wilt show Joe Ttsher, at
tha U. 6. 8. Eojth Carolina, and Jimmy
Dougherty, ot the U S. 8. Connsotlcut. for
the bantamweight championship of the navy.
The opener will bo between Jack Bennet and
"Ijid" O'Leary, two rivals wlto are going to
settle tha question of supremacy,
Jf Cbartsy Welnert. the new light heavy
weight, was clever enough to defeat Battling
tAvlnskr, probably the best man In his dlvf.
alon, and was able to make Jim Coffey, who
had an advantage of SO. pound', look like a
novice, he should more than spring a surprise
on Jack Dillon, the middleweight champion,
whom la Is matched to meet at Harry Bd.
warda' Olympl A A. next Monday night.
In the semlwlnd-up Frank Natter, of New
York, who has already made an Impression
here, meets a strong, willing opponent la
johnny Duffy, ofKnslngton. In the other
bouts clever Je Trecey faces Mickey Denley.
of Newark Jo lleffcrnan and Pete Malone,
two local favorites, will have It out, and
Young Billy. Donovan appears In the first event
with Vrankls MiManus.
Bddla MeOoorty now admits that ha Is un
able to battle at the middleweight limit and
will go after men In the heavy division Mo
Ooorfy thinks Jimmy Oahby la entitled to tha
middleweight title WUh the former chain
Ulan out of ha running the Chlu-Clabby bout
aoon to b lacldwl on tU coast, should pro
dues an acceptable champion JTo all appear
ovir Chip who U a.bard hitter but la us
icliuce Besides even If Chip should win. the
fact that ha to outgrowing the Llssa oi J
prevtst hun from eatabllshlog a clear right
"jLn Coffey hs Dblta-Vlant. has been
mawhed to box Al,Rtlch. the promising local
NeveaaW Both flghtera Ur recovered
frJantSelr reoeor ailments Kjlch auffrcd
from holts under bis arm, and Cortey tram a
K. A. L. MBBTINO
Iba annual SMMtng oUi GaBsrat Assambly
04 Uly reHHfllMH
f .a W-
TOUCH IN THE MAKING
NEXT "GLORY" RACE
Date Has Been Moved Up
From Friday Howard
Byrne Wins Second "All
for Fun" Contest.
Bo many requests have been made of
tha committee in charge of the "all-for-glory"
street runs now being held weekly
by the West Branch T. M. C. A., under
tho sanction of the Middle Atlantic Asso
ciation, to change the day of the run, that
the oRlclnls have decided to stage the
raco hernftcr on Tuesday night instead of
Friday. Noxt Tuesday the third weekly
contest tUH be held over the lU-mlle
course from I'd and Bansom streots.
The reason for tho change Is because
many star athletes are unable to competo
Friday, the day before the big open con
tests which are now weekly features
Next Tuesdaj's run TIH likely be a
"West Branch Y. M. C. A. hikers left
headquarters this afternoon for a ten-mile
walk In the country. The walk was In
charge of Physical Director Owen V.
Last night's weekly "all-for-glory"
street run was won by Howard Byme,
of the Vlctrlx Catholic. Club, who romped
over tho Pi-mile route from the West
Branch Y M. C. A. In G minutes U sec
onds. Byrne the past summer was one
of the most consistent place winners In
local mile races, and is again going at
top speed M. J. B. McDonagh and John
31. Ilolin were second and third.
The summary follows:
The summary folio? o
Namo. Club. Time
1 Howard Byrne, Vlctrlx C. C 8 44
2 M. J 11 McDonagh. W. O Y. M. C. A 0 18
3-Johtt M Kolln, W. B. Y. M C. A... . 7 28
s Charles Toner, Vlctrlx C. C. 7 88
6K. W Williams. W B. Y M. a A 7.27
ETohn Gallagher, Vlctrlx C. C... 7:10
Win, M. Kane. W, B. T. JM. C. i..... 7:
Charles Doris. Vlctrix O. O... T:J
Hard Oama for Cornell
ITHACA. N T.. Not. T. Th Cornell foot-
ball team anticipates tha hardeatgame of the
year so rar at me usiii or sTansim ana
uarsnail toaay, ana tos. itnai
scans are well
prepared for It. They will raise two regular
varsity men from the line-up, but the fine
showing of the team In tha scrUamarte ot
the last week Indicates that Corn all Will go
at top speed against the Pennsylvania eleven.
"KNOCKOUT JOE" O'DONNELL
This Gloucester fighter hat made a
wonderful record recently and will
pleae the patrons of the National
Athletic Club tonight in a battle with
Out reggftd Httle fellow, "Jimmy
OF A GOLFER
Trapshooting in Old
In Uiislnnd trapshooting Is rather a
means to an end than an end In Itself,
for thoro It Is regarded primarily ns
excellent practice for field hunting,
ricltl hunting plajs a much nioro Im
p.ortnnt part in social life than it does
In this count, and men who nro
guests nt countiy houses about Rnno
Ingli, Bclvolr and llurllngham are ex
pected to bo proficient 'nlth tho shot
gun and qtinllfled to participate in a
To speak generally, high scores aro
not the object In English trapshooting,
tho purpose being to reproduce ai
nearly ns possible the conditions of
wlng-shootlng, and therefore the
methods nnd tules differ somewhat
from those which govern the sport In
America, though here also proficiency
at the traps Is considered a long step
toward proficiency In the field.
GOLF BALL INTO
Extraordinary Incident Hap
pened at P. C. C, St.
Martin's Notes and Inci
dents of Local and Other
An extraordinary Incident occurred dur
ing the progress of a four-ball match
over the course of the Philadelphia
Cricket Club, St. Martin's, several days
ago. The short ninth hole is at the top
of a hill and cannot be seen fiom the
tee. One of the players drove a high
one. straightaway but short of the green.
His caddie, who had gone ahead, ap
peared to be watching the flight of the
ball, but In reality had lost it In tha
sun. A. second later he felt a tug at his
coat, and, putting his hands In his outside
breast pocket, found the ball had lodged
therein without his knowing It at the
time. As far as Investigations have
proven, this occurrence has happened but
once before, and that was in the third
competition for the British amateur title
at Prestwick In USS, and then It was a
spectator who found tho ball tn his
Playing at JJala last waek. H. H. CornUdi
overdrove the ninth green, which is equivalent
ta savin that his nail landed In the eneV
or on Its banks. As It happened, his ball was
on the bank of the creek, and when he reached
the spot where It lay a snake was found
curled around It. Tha caddie killed the snake
before Cornish could continue playing.
:ea ceoiara unaer oein wai ne snaxe waa
ibefore the clubhouse was visited and not
If. O. Legs. Mlnlkshla Country Club. Minne
apolis, who was one of the prominent entries
In the fall tournament t Atlantlo Clry. won
the Trans-Mlsslsslcpt title four years u suc
cession, previous to the present year. This
year be did not compote.
Walter J. Travis, tho "grand old man" of
golf, who tied for the qualifying round medal
at lakcrwood on Thursday, won the medal In
the spring tournament last year and also won
Ulsa O. Ollbsrt will give a tournamsnt at the
Huntington Valley Country Club on Mtnday
next, open to the women members ot the club.
CIONI SKATES TONTOHT
Fresh from a triumphal Western trip, Ro
und Clonl. the world's speed champion, king
S all roller skaters, will appear la an ,eshi.
bltlon U tha Olympic Illnk tonight. Clonl la a
pVrVnsylvsma boy. having been Urn In Norrls
tSvn and tha reputation he haa achieved la
hU line Is therefor of particular Intsrest in
this sscUon of the country
HABBT VAKDON COMING BACK
CHlCJtOO Nov T -Harry Yardon and Jaoaes
r-ald, two of the forsiaost gelf axparts of
Great Britain, are to invade the Unite?
Kilns next summer for a series of matches.
ic!"olng to George H Lambert, of the (Hen
Oak Country Club, who has lust returned
front a trip through Scotland and England,
Mntlnnul A P lth Catharine Sts.
JNailOIlUl A. lv. jaek McOulgan. SIgr.
Tonight -Tonight Tonljht Tonight
YOUNG EltNE vs. NKW AL MeCOX
Four other star bouts Four ether star bouts
nTVHPIA A A Broad A Ralobrldyo
UJj I irA A. A. Hm KdwardsJJgr.
MOKPAY NJGHT, NOV. B
Jaok MLLOi? Teaag Charile WBINBRT
JLIbl, UiiTM. Kw Mtl Ainu Sw Tt. ft
By EDWARD B. BUSHNETjI.
Moro than one Uslting lootbnll coach,
who has seen tho Ells In notion, has won
dered at the slato to which Yale men
have perfected the handling of tho ball.
Every ono has seen bascbnll players
while warming up fire tho ball about the
Infield with lightning speed Well, that
Is what the Yalo football men have been
doing all jar with the football. Instead
of standing Idly about they toss the ball
to each other, passing and catching on
the run. And frequently they use a
water-soaked or greased ball to Increase
nccuracy in handling. It is no wonder,
therefore, that in important games the
Ells have been able to approach the
skill of tho English and Canadians In
handling the ball.
Probably In no other department of
football has there becn greater progress
noted this year than In handling the
ball. "What Ynlo has done Is well known.
But both Harvard and, Princeton have
also gotten oft some startling plays with
long passes and suro catches) on the dead
run. As tho season has advanced on
Franklin Field the PennsyUanla ends
and backs have likewise shown great im
provement over previous jeers.
The experiments the big colleges tuue made
in this development of the game will have a
moro marked effect next year. This sort of
open football has been retarded hcrotofore bo
causo too great Importance was attached to
pcosesslon of the ball nnd because of a fear
that long passes couldn't be made with accu
racy. These theories have now been exploded,
and thcra Is no reason why all the ..colleges
shouldn't specialize In this kind ot football
No matter what the result of the Pennsylvania-Michigan
gams today, this hss been
ratror a bad year for the West In the Inter
sections! gamen Two Western toams have
been naat to data, Notra Dame and Michigan
Notro Dame, regarded as one of tha ery best
elevens over turned out In the West, went to
New Haven without having becn beaten elnci
1D11 Hut the BUS swamped the Indiana col
legians 2S-0. The next two Intersectlonal bat
tles were plaed between Michigan nnd Syra
cuae and Michigan and Harvard. Michigan was
baaten by Syracuse 0-0 and by Harvard 7-0,
In addition to this afternoon's game with
Pennsylvania, tha Michigan eleven bas ono
more Eastern contest, that being with Cor
nell next Saturday at Ann Arbor.
The most wonderful academic football team
In the Kast this year seems to be Enter. This
team haa already played the freshman elev
ens from Pennsylvania, Talo and Princeton,
The Quaker youngsters were beaten by Exe
ter 1T-0 nnd Princeton was swamped only
last week by 23-0 After tho Tiger youngsters
had been boaten Kmmons. their coach, declared
that tha Kxeter team could best nearly any
of the strongest minor colleges. The future ac
tivities of theie young men will be carefully
Notre Dame la East
vrrST POINT. N. T- Nov. T.-JTIm Army Is
a ready for Notre Dams today. The West-
emers arrived at noon yeneraay ana went to
,Aw an )uur later on the "Platna nu.s
Harper drove his charges through aa houi-a
ft C, Ot 1,IIVH
Touring Car tolth Btdan Top,
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Soaatfr vAt Covin Top,
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336 N. Broad St
Bell I'houe Spruce 4903
Broad and Tioga Sts.
Bell Phone Tioga SIM
Keystone 1'hooo 1'aik Sua A,
G. G, Brwle, Mgr,
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Camden ........,.. S 0 !-$S5
Trenton 1 O 1.000
Jasper ....,.....,..,,... 1 I .800
Oreyatoek p 1 .000
i?8 Not ................ 0 1 .000
needing 0 1 .000
Greystock at D Nerl.
Trenton at Reading.
LAST NIGHT'S IIDSULT.
Camden. S4j Greystock, 15.
Player, team and position. Q. O. O, AJts
Kummcr, Jasper, forward. 2 32 2 34,
Adams, Camden, forward. 2 8 20 3 82
gears, Reading, guard... 1 1 SO 0 22
Fogarty, Do Nerl, forward 1 2 IT o 21
IIotiRh, Trceiton, forward, 1 0 8 2 20
lolln, Camden, eentte,... 2 T O 2 1
Kan, Trenton, guard.... 10 0 0 1'-
gteele, Camden. Forward.. 3 0 0 ! 12
Eckhnrdt. Jasper, guard.. 2 4 0 18
suirarnuui. Uroystock, for. 12 4 18
Wilson. Greystock, guard. 12 4 18
I lUgerald. Jasper, guard. 2 .1 O 0 0
grown, Camden, guard... 2 8 0 2 6
Ciuanaugh, Jasper, centre 2 3 0 0 8
Haggcrty, Heading, centre 1 3 0 1 0
ICInkalde. Do Nerl, guard 12 0 0 4
Newman, De Nerl. guard. 12 0 14
Brady. Jasper, guard.... 2 2 0 0 4
Getrlnger, Trenton, centre 1110 8
Doggs Heading, forward. 110 0 2
Herron, CamJen. guard.. 2 10 8 2
(TDonnell, Holding, for'd, 10 0 0 0
rranckel. Trenton, for'd. 10 0 0 0
Dark, De Nerl, forward.. 10 0 0 0
Caehman. Grcjstock, for'd 1 o 0 0 0
Cross. Greysloclt, centre.. 1 0 0 0 n
McWltlloms, Oreystock. g. 1 0 0 0 O
Keenan, Do Nerl, centre 10 0 0 0
Jlllson, Greystock, centre. 1 0 o 0 O
Morris. Heading, guard... 10 0 0 0
Oelg, Trenton, guard 1 o n .1 o
Bogglo, Reading, forward. 10 0 0 0
CLUB TOINTS TO DATE.
a. ni.o. n o. a. rt
Camden 9 20 2 8 !S
J"Pr 2 18 22 4 SB
Trenton i 13 9 :i 35
Heading 1 n 20 1 so
Do Nerl 1 a 17 3 20
Greystock 1 4 8 2 IS
The De Nerl basketball quintet and
the five representing the Greystock club
will get into action tonight at Musical
Fund Hall, Sth and Locust streets. Tho
Do Nerl team will lino up the earns as
when handed a defeat by Jasper In.
Kensington on Thuisday. Fogarty and
Dark will bo at forwards, Keenan nt
centre and Klnlald6 and Newman at
guards. Tho Greystock team will try to
get out of the cellar, playing Sugarman
and Cashman nt forwards, Cross or Bll
eon at centro and "Mike" Wilson and
"Alex" MoWilllams at guards.
t he Proen taU veta of the Heading Club lll
kano and Gelg taklngjrare of the guard. '
thoUha.nk'et0bv,lluS M?ol, batted mto
m tJ.7 LBlS"J' .ne Camden flvo tied
etructed Greystock rue, j,i to xU rccon
The game summarized follows.
Steele, forward....0' o' G" P3I-
ffl,!vK::::l V, Ji
Brown, guard. 3 n 1 a
Herron, guard 1 o 5 2
ls TlO H 3l
Fid G. ri. O. A. ris.
Sugarman. forward. 2 4 1 i
Crons. cintro O o 0 o
noun, ,uavl eee m I) X
McWIlllam. guard... noon
uiison, centre o o 0 0
Total . 8 i Ta
SHOTSTOR THE BASKET
good addition to the Greystock nVaTHe has
a good eye. Is fast on, bis feet, good In
r'i"", cr "!." "omen orown in the game
fast night. He got two baskets one-haSded!
brstdea rneinr four nut nt nln. M. n .-u.
--- - - .. ..a .uca
Tha rir-MVmt MS.tr t.Hva . ... ..
..w v..yBK..M WWJD nca way 01, on PSSSinC
repeated fumbles losing a sure two-pointer.
Y""" "t" w.,..v .k venire oy IJOlln
being replaced during the second half h)
Virwik nilinn. -
Dolln had Cross on the run. dropping In
four doubles, one assisted, and shutting his od
ponent out. "
Bllson stopped Bolln's scoring when he en
tered the contest for Cross
li. ir.tniiiu. ....
aio n eii4ii j-Liufi neatr snutUQr Ot3t
Vhltny Adtuna, but thfl Camden leader entitx-
aarl nna Intn h 1- nn aa a a- it
vu v ... - W4i s- fab-, .tV4Il nCeTOOs
Adams is but two pjlnts behind Kumn.r
for high score, havlnr 8 two-pointers and 28
free tosses. " ""
Greystock needs a foul shooter. Out of 21
called only 8 went through the net. Bugartnan
rot four out of nine, wbtlo iflke Vllaon
dropped la four out of fifteen attempts.
Ciffidtn leads tha laaana In -u.nrt-t w..--.
20 Held goals and 2d fouls, a more points than
Durban, formerly ( the Camden City
League, and Tbotrrpeon, utility men oa Cam
den, ware oat on the floor last night.
- o - a e 'anjY
Mr. Brownlee Says:
Enthusiasm for tho new Huproobtla
Is unanimous, but It hardly ex
ceeds tho enthusiasm of those who
have seen the detachable sedan
and the ooupe tops.
"Just the thing for winterl" erarr
one says and tisie top. Ja.
dentally, are selling not a few
People know that now they caaArr-e
all winter In comfort.
This fine reoepUon ts justified, for
the Hupmoblle faotory, In e-ppty.
iaK these special top, gives erery
Hup buyer two care at praetlaaUy
tho price of one.
These tope are easily flttea tht
touring car or roadster In plase of
the extension top.
They are designed and built espe
cially for the Hupmoblle strong
etaunoh and proof against the te'.
vereat etorms of wind, rain or
Finished Inside In a way to delight
the heart of any woman.
If you're holding off buying a new
car until spring, better see how
oofta&ly yb oan drivq this
wlntr la the 1315 Hup wta ,
new to. "