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ORTHEAST HIGH FAVORED
IN TOMORROW'S CONTEST
fntcrscholastic Football Scries
(Jai)ic Against west nuiiy uoys iviaiiy niici
' academic Battles Also Scheduled for Friday.
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TROPHY FOOTBALL GAME TOMORROW
WBST PHILADELPHIA ltlllll 80H0OL.
Oltey, tell enil
Pureell, left tackle .
Crowell, left guard
nlthardson, right guard
klrrehner. right tackle
Vttn, right end :',"
t'.tiaptatn Wsgenknlght, quarterback
Ellis, left halfback
Croley, right halfbaek
w.. r easier miumijic . ..
NOnTHKAST Hlait SCHOOL. ,
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;........, is ins
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Wilson, left end
Them, left tackle
Witsel, left guard
A. Whltaker, centre
F v.VWtakr. right guard
Rldpath, right tackle ..,
rjrelthautt, right end . . .
Neuer, quarterback ....
catttain- hcboi n",uuvn.
I' Th. first of the championship gridiron
( MlitesU to decide the winner oi mo .n
Ulmbel cup will talio place tomoirow,
..... ....... tiiffii School faces the
West Philadelphia HUh School lntls at
, Northeast field. 3lth and Cambria streets.
"The-past perforanccs of the elevens dur-
Inirthe first Hair oi tne e..u.. """,
rAt a strong sentiment .'.'' " , '
ftrtheast as the winner, uui ""'"'"".
totne? In mln.1 that determination and
' Srft cpunt heavily when rivals o Ion
Standing meet In competition for n
trophy. . .. v..n,...i
J On paper It appears iw "., '" Vihii".
S3.John..n hasBljaped up ion, of he
,n in "cbotortte rank,.' Kvery man on
; Xcrevandle. himself wh assur
ance ana rsuhj-. '"-'" .rr- ,,..
watching the Doys "' "- v r "' "
1 Webb tho quarterback, besides being a
E J. .Vu-w. ixinkr and forward passer.
SIS -SSltan-t neUl general, who as
S' the team entirely uiiuw ... ----". ;,;
r forward passes to tho ends and half
r backs have been the .essence of the
Archives' attack tlirougnoui mo .
lie 13 "so the originator of several new
- forward pass and fake forward forma
:SS which have proved consistent
t,SHerldreBn.,nwho lately returned to half
'2k toa Player of the "Tubby" Itoss
i K who can plunge the lino for certain
! Sink In lledelt and Hcuer Northeast
Raino. iii v ...... niaycrs. both
f SSSi are also 5 extensively In the
' forward- pass formations. The line, the
onhpart of the team which worried the
coachesat the beginning of the season
ISTbeen. Immensely strengthened by the
Ui addition or new pmjcio. U -
i t. Player of the college .type and far
?orward,: WeUel. the guard. Is Injured
.rpTesent and if unabb, to p lay his P ac
i returned "tS "ihe" gam. "Ison and Bt
ltauot have proven speedy and wonder-
St a catching Captain Webb
Cndslnwetght. n-pounds more than
,"TE: V-.h,n,,t has been
"nracUclng. Including delayed pass and
pracuciiB. fnrmatlons. -will be
STt Into use only If necessary. ,slnco
put -""" ,i.i... nreaerVfl them
:g? tlVSSKl e: Johnson be-
lleves that isonncuoi .. --- -- -". -;
Sent in a straight waning game. .d In-
tends to use cna " -
tnucn """'.., ..... v,nn.
The return oi ain... " : :c
. . . . ..ka.i n.iifli none to the
West -rnnaueil""" u..-.. -. ----
, knlint. like Captain AVebb. Is an able
I Eel? en"?' -"", ""I." , NnMheait star
tiecauso of his end, and open Held run
atns ability Ellis, who ran the team
during Wagenknlghfs absence. Is a good
lino Plunger. The West Philadelphia
t hackfleld will have Its hands busy on the
, GIVE DIMES TO '
w .. rir f-l..U AY,'11
)ea view uuu viuu, wn
'Hold Fall Invitation Tour
nament End of Present
k hna been noted several times, the
golfers of Philadelphia are coming for
Vard with funds for the relief of the
European ar sufferers and doing so
nobly. And now the caddies are doing
41..I.. nrt. for the boys connected with
the Bala. Golf Club, under the leader
'ijilp of Jamea Carbarry. have announced
that they will set apart 10 cents from
'Wf " i i .. n..
Jtfcelr fee ror eacn ruuim u wu .. ,-
'ftrdaya and otter it towaru mo .
.mU mm .hould be collected each week-
tm and the Bala caddies In doing this
nil! reflect great credit on the club.
It wm expected that the fall tourna
ment at Lakewood last week, would of
ftalelly close the golf aeason In this sec-
E. tlon, but wortl cornea irom oea, vior
ii... n invitation toureauMiK. "-
jig planned to- take plsca the latter part
-. ..... ,h invitations have been ex-
traded to the bt gelfera In the Bast.
a without doubt Sea View's first
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for Gimbcl Cup Opens With
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Umpire. Trltr. Princeton.
defcnslvo In trying to Intercept the for
ward passes, and have been given special
drill during tho last neck In this kind i
of work. The line Is cakcr than North- t
enst's, but possesses a pair of sterling
ends In Ollcy and Pfell, who are showing
Under tho circumstances Coach Mul
ford tins Instructed Ills men to play a
wnlllng game, relying upon thr ability of
tho line to recover ftimbUd plays and
kicks. This will place Northenst contin
ually on tho offcnslvo and nlay be Instru
mental In producing a lnrge score for
Tho chief basis for comparison through
past games will be found In the William
sou Trade School games. Northeast de
feated Williamson 14 to 6, while West
Philadelphia succumbed to tho Medians
12 to 0. Tho obvious defect In West
Philadelphia's play thus far has been
Its powerless attack. If Wngenknlght re
stores tho team to Its offensive ability,
a ctose contest should result.
Several lntcracademlc football mntches
nro scheduled for Friday, the most Im
portant one being tho Gplscopal-Penn
Charter and Chestnut Hill gnmes. The
Kplscopal-I'enn Charter game always
draws a largo crowd of nlumnl and stu
dents to Queen lane, It being nn annual
nffalr. Unfortunately, Episcopal has three
of Its best men on the Injured list. Cap
tain Applegate, Ilonsack, the crack end,
and Dickson are all more or less severe
ly Injured, and If ablo to piny nt all
wilt bo In greatly Impaired condition.
Kplscopal Is also much lighter than I'enn
Charter, the churchmen axeroglng only
Pcnn Charter ban built an exceptional
team which looks like a championship
outfit. All the regulars are at present In
the game. Including Captain Hallowoll.
The punting of Guyer has been a feature
of late. The chances of Episcopal lie In
Its ability to execute the forward pass,
which It has adopted us Its chief form
St. Luke's Is considerably heavier than
the Chestnut Hill aggregation, but has
none of Its speed. Captain Galllard, of
the Killers, expects to take his oppo
nent by surprise with an assortment of
end runs and a maze of forward passes.
Wray, a brother of the Penn halfback,
la the most reliable man carrying the ball.
Loranger Is not expected to play because
of a bad hip.
St., Luke's has had an exceptional sea
son and because of tho 7-7 tie against
Penn Charter will put In a' strong bid for
the Intoracudcmlc championship. The
work of 'Hallo wel) and Klndlg, the right
end, has contributed largely to the
A new' gridiron star was unearthed at
Northeast "High In tho Northeast-Central
High freshman game In J'riel, fullback
for the Archives' yearlings, who scored
three touchdowns; and went through the
line and around ' the ends for repeated
gains. Frlcl was out for the varsity ear
lier In the season, but later decided to
throw In his lot with the freshmen. 'Ho
weighs, IBS' pounds nnd shouldprovo excel
lent materlal-for the varsity next year.
: COMPETE ON SATURDAY
Paul and Biddle TVill Be Entered in
, ' Beagle Gun Club .Meeting'.
DavfA Paul, the downtown wing shot,
and Charles Blddle.-of West Philadelphia,
will meet In an Jntersectlonal metropolis
match sh.oot on Saturday, November 14,
at the Giglc grounds at Mnnoa. They
will shoot at 25 white filers each
from the 30-yard rise. The'match gives
promise of being a crack.a-Jack battle,
ok both men are quite adept at this sport.
This will be the. second meeting of the
gunners within the past month. On the
first occasion the West Philadelphlan
barely won over Taul, the Southward
eiitry, by the score of 24 to'23 In a shoot
ing exhibition that gave both marksmen
opportunity to display their ability
against fast and strong birds. Following
tbts special race the usual week-end
club shoot will be held by members of
the Eagle Shooting Assoclut on.
Many local and suburban clubs are
planning attractions for Thanksgiving
Day. and club secretaries are striving to
present good programs to their fellow
INDOOR ATHLETIC MEET
West Branch Y, M. C. A, Holds First
Series Friday Night.
West Braneh Y. M. C. A. will promote
the first of Its Indoor track and field
meets for Its members tomorrow night.
Physical Plrector Owen V. Bails, upon
consultation wth the Athletic Committee,
deolrted to hold the following events:
lSO-yard dash. SaO-yard run running high
jump, bllefe and kick, stamllas broad lump,
hotput aad potato rata.
Iik& mtmiIj ar la bA held afttn .liirlnr
tbs wlater month In order to give tbt young
ma a ckaaaa to davalop In various aventa.
8nl atar atbletta will cowpeta for Wait
Mranch is the ctoaed game m4 will bln
the emtm along.
Tl bikaniel lb. Wat Bra (lab Y XL. a A.
will Imv Mi asd Sanjuw atraata. Satwrddy
ilbnuM. A dUunca at 10 Btllee m to ai
ctmiJ by the odatrlana.
Blgbty atblataa tepreaaatUic 1 ciub will
compete Sawrdar In tba flraj anaual aerteh
aavaa-wtla Waisub) run bald undr tba am
i4M a( lk fffi5itriaij TluboTjJ Bft,d
umf cvrc. lum swHicatanui wiu ran Trom
ii jwt w r, V, .w" aifatt ana
wlH bi.awardjd. StUBaban C. C. XaiqiHtU
A- t:-. iwir-tiuo in cmuca cub, Ntk
S Men' Olal, Sutttbwark c CT and tb,
uSttr Ciu. of CbUr, ?1 woie.t (r tba
Rioi UuifWw Tfc rasa la axsMtade fee
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!cea cl4 waa tea r.ottaalodatix if tba
CoaualtUa o CaaetMuilou Ru.UL.u t in.
Katteital Aaawtatfaa of Pr.Ww.win. SeaabaJI
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Pretzels Will Make First
Appearance of Season in
This City at Nonpareil
W. I P.-'- .,
.. 3 0 1.000 Ttfldlns..
xv. i r c.
1 1 .500
i 2 ,ai.i
..2 1 mil irenuni. ... . - --
.. 1 1 .500 Orcjstock.. n 3 .00
c.'-iii'tirr.v: Kort WECK.
Tomorron'a Ka'n-7jn'?n1.?lr)e Nerl: Cam
Eaturda,s Kmea-Japer, at i "'.
den, nt Rcudinc- ,,-0
rtAVEns- STATISTIC FJ
a. a.' o.'a. p.
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I'niarty. Do Nerl, forward
Adams. Camden, forward
Sfara, Utadlne. guard...
llougii. Trenton, forward. ..
Wilson. Grtyatock. fd and K d
Kummrr, Jpcr, forKnrd..
Kane. Trenton, guard.
Uolln. Cnmiltn, centre, -m---
,i a :u o 43
2 4 31 1 30
3 0 2.1 4 3S
a .1 211 2 .1.1
2 ft 22 2 .14
a ii no
Simarnian, diejstocU. fornrd. ji
3 11 0 17
ItctilrEir, Trcnio". ....... -
8telf. Cnrndon. forward.
Newman, IH Nerl, guard -J
Klnkald. De Nerl. (tunrd. ...
. . n ..... L rn ttnn C O. .,
T 0 II
n II 1"
0 5 12
0 1 12
(I 2 10
(I 1 10
O 1 10
t,T'i?a. tr.v.u. v. V T. i
Cahman. Orcytock,for. cen a
Hagcerty. Heading, centre -
Morrla, Heading, guard. z
Kckhardt, Juipcr. guard.
Fltzgrraia. jasper, ui -
-.--,. i-. ?url fnrn'anw..
Ketnan. De Ncrl. centre j!
CnRimui:h, Jnapcr. centre .... -
llradj, Jnaper. guard.... ;
Degga. Iteadlns. forward 2
llerron, Camden guard. 3
O'Donnell. ltcndlng, centre .... -Cooner,
Trenton, guard .... ... 2
rrauckle. Trenton, fnruard a
nelg. Trenton, gunrd . -
2 II 2
2 0 4
1 O 1
1 0 II
1 O 1
1 O 4
0 0 1
MrW llliama. urcjBi'iv, suiy,
ij. .. npatinii fnru'rd .... . 1
lllIon. Orcyatock, centre... . 1
0 0 0
CM?!) i,Ma u I'Ait
namea.l-'.O, FI Q. A. rta.I'Ia!
;. a :u .17 2.1 lia ta
a m dan
De Neri !
The Heading quintet of the Eastern
Basketball League will travel to Ken
sington tonight when It gets Into ac
tion against the Jasper five In Nonpare I
Hall. Both teams will endeavor to break
the tie which holds them In third place
and even up with the De Nerl team for
Tho Pretzels will make their first ap
pearance In this city since the season
started, and tho fans are awaiting with
much Interest the appearance of the visit
ors. Manager Bullnger will moro than likely
start lieggs a cimc. on.-
nell at forwards. Haggerty at centre and
Bears and Morris at guards. The Jasper
tenm will line-up the same as when It
handed a defeat on the home floor to De
Nerl last Thursday. Kummer and tits-a-erald
will be at forward, Cavanaugh at
centre, while Brady and Eikhardt will be
found at guards.
Slaking their abota count In the i laat half
of tba game. th. Caroden nulnlet. of the Eaat
.r tiukatball League, made It three atraignt
.- b. M ,.
Steele. f"rd. ,, i? a 11
Adami. faprard , "
l5lln, centra i o 1 2
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Total " u M
v.a Fi.a a. rta.
IVIIaon, forward JS .
Bugerman, f0'""1 ';"'. S O 1 a
wiwi -....- .. a u i o
Croaa, guard ... ' . j 0
MilVillTania, a-uard .
AMATEUR BOXERS SHOW
SKILL OF PROFESSIONALS
Kensington Club Scene of Some Very
.,,, boxer displayed thslr war la tb
diiStatliSea last right at the Kensington
dUfsteBt eussca iv worthy of
lea.rtlelur.y,rt5 k "?wSlii
Iiilfif vuk a la tlia 136-paiiBd cUss. IJowell
w?sthrUiM?J S .t53E " oWt 1
,V1!S.l!.ulHli2S'f CUM beat Hamr
mlififtld In. three rounds Young had
H1"!" .' ..i tc.tcfaall'a wallOPa and quit
tTiTi eatarul Th. ludgy dlsagTead at
S. Sf tU third Maslen in U. Tommy
?"T: jfir ,miiid or two mitvutei. Bran
Juiuay Btaoiay Quit to Billy
.oaad round. Young Brne
sumb ever J (traHai hi imv iu""
nii Walsh m ta W1BBS w ivuu
"WF "'-- ---Xil Vl.
i i thi. nvllaljl h
baa i Toouay
.Til natlM-! v ,i- . --
t roMW I" tare nuns.
ji lajrse reuaaa.
,nl class- JoUaay Boybjo won ever
jure . 10 rouod. H
Jihaov JWc is tbrt rouad Jaekay
-.-A F...m. VUa.4 IM IBM. fttlfldl.
i Tallin ta-sisd rom
1 rfKiMlo .
-1, !a fmta
t.iua li la
KELLY POOL TRYING TO MAKE
The Phillies" still purauo heir old policy
of not hetllng jnung pHicru ho might bo dt;
eloned Into nblo performers .To rT'-e"'
draft list showed that the "Phils did not
take a man from the rnlnora .by tlio ''rait
route. The New Vnrks, the natural rljala of
tho local Natlonnl l.eagucrs. ilrnlted ten mcn;
Ilealdra thnt. It as announced nt tho ni".i
Ing tint MeUrnn had a . number of ptner
Miiingstera on Ida rcscrc lint for ini... ni
shows the .liffcrcncc hetnecn n live, con
rlructlxo pcllcy und un Inactlvi', losing one.
, Mot of the lending men In the largo col
legos and unhr-rHlile todas oiu '""J.'y J"
favor uf Intercollegiate football "."."V'i:
thiro Is oomo dlvcrgenie of oiilulon l-or
nniplo. at Columbia tho ban fms been on '
gnmo for ncurl u decade llic . ars" men t
against the gam.. Is that It Is .letrimoi.tnl I"
cry uuy lo thiwc participating. on ina
other hind. Horn Archibald lloutnti, New 1'
l'nlterslty. taliei a view directly opposite to
this Ho nnjs of tho gnmo "In.the joiiB run
a man who plas fotoh.ill will dev elon 'Plen
ties which will not only tarry him along to
success on tho football field, but nhra In tno
claetroom and In after life. Thinking power
tanc-a high In the game of buiiliieaa and
thinking rower In football Is .l,'K1,.,;lor1?
this jenr than over I efore In the h'st""0!
tho game, ns the new plnva rwiulre more
thouglit nrd alertness of mind. I ho team
that vvina Is the team with the punch, un
tho football man who dovelops tho punch win
find It a big meet In after 111c.
Tho fact that most of the schools or Phila
delphia now put KKCcr teamit In tho Held s
only another indication that tho Lngllfh gamo
haa co-no to stay. Tho more ihool teams
that play soccer, tho moro n III be tho gn
erar Interest, and this means that In a com
iwratlvely short time this city will be the
ientro of tho gamo In this cotntry In both
amateur and professional ranks.
Tho social features of the Army-Navy gnmo
liave begun President Woodrow Wilson lias
received his uffhlal Invitation to lie present
at tho contcat. which will ho hold on I ranklln
Field tho Saturday after Thanksgiving. Ah
usual tho I'cllevnc-hlrntrord will b- tlij
headquarters for the officers of tho Army, and
the Navy will hold forth at tho Walton. Thus
far no program of entertainments hns been
announced, but It li understood that this nd
of the fracai. will bo well taken care of by
The Michigan football itam has been called,
and Justly so. an In-and-out eleven. One. "J
tho leading reason why this Is truo Is that
the Wolverines do moro traveling than any
other big college team In the tounlry. Iho
wear and tear on tho Individuals necessarily
pioducn detrimental irsiilta In their iil-ruiid
play For Instance, the long, vvearlslme trip
of the Mb hlKar.dcrs lo Lnmbrldgo naturally
took a lot or the ' edge" off the men oi
lowing that gamo Tost had to tako his men
back to Ann Arbor and proparo for his big
kuiiic with I'cnn. Inlo. 1'ilncotoii nnd Har
v lid haie nrvcr mndo n prnctlee or traveling
Tho only time they leave their own field for
battle Is to meot each other, and iheso lumps
aro o ehort that tho team Is never thrown
ofr Its Inhiiuo In this way Concsnueiitb these
threo lesding elevens of the Ksht have been
nblo t get better results with teams which
aro often Inferior to Yost's men.
A football fan rccntly wrote a communica
tion to a dally paper censuring the press for
rciucttlng that iilayers wear numbers for Iho
purpose of Identification. Ho states tlut foot
ball Is not for the tuullc. In spite of this
nsscrtlon. Yalf'a bowl will reat 01, 000, and
If our knowledge of the number of students
In the vailous lolleges la correct that flguro Is
aomewhat In ndvuncu of the combined student
role of Yale plus any rival on tho gridiron,
FOR HOPKINS GAME
Special Grand Stand Erected for
Game With Swnrthmore.
IIAVEItFOItD COLt,EQK. Nov. 11. Next
Saturday's game with John Hopkins Uni
versity will bo plajed at Ilaltlmore, so that
all preparations on Walton Field are being
mauo tor me nnai Bwannniniu luuiuau i.ip
to b played on the following Saturday, No
vember 21. The Football Committee has had a
special grand atand erected ulong tho east
aide of Walton Field whhh. together with the
regular stand opposite on the west side of the
field. Is expected to provide ample seating
capacity for tho great crowds that will be
out to see the struggle between the two
Manager Edward N. Crosman announces that
tba football management has been flooded
with requests for tickets, and that the rders
will be answered In order of application. Coach
Mike uenneit put nis men tarousii auumc.
stiff drill on Walton Field thl afternoon In
preparation for the two final games, and tested
out hi backfleld candidates. 'At present the
backfleld la constituted of Captain Carey at
quarterback. Crosman and Van Dam at half
back position, and Itamsey, fullback, but three
men who are rushing the above quartet hard
and who have been doing especially good work
racaatly are Kirk, Martwlck and Sangrce.
Mirtwlck Is at present bothered with a bad
knee, a Is also Hannum. and special care will
be taken to try and keep the men In sbape
for the Bwarthmore game, as It will be a
great handicap to hare the squad weakened
by Injuries for this final clash
AMBROSE F DUDLEY, OP
He U soasId .aHt P?Wfei"
maasgrf ! the r?fc apkttbaS trj4
HART TONIGHT AT
BROADWAY A, C.
Good Program Arranged by
"Muggsy" Taylor Jim
Hossie and "Battling Jack"
Brooks in Semiwind-up.
Broadway Athletic Club headquarters
will be the placo of attraction for tho
fight fans tonight, aa Manager "Muggsy"
Tnjlor has arranged a splendid program.
The pairings have been nnnounced as
Mnln Bout "Mickey" Gallagher vs.
Semlwliid-tip "Jim" Hossie vs. "Bat
tling Jack" Brookes, both colored.
Third Bout "Willie" Evans vs.
Second Bout "Freddy" Corbott vs.
First Bout-"Blll" Christie vs. "Jim"
NEW YOItK, Nov. 12 One of tha most
popular flstlc events of tho ctr is scheduled
to tako place at the New Polo Club Frldav
night. Tha occasion marks tho first nppearancc
of Knockout Ilroun, the popular light weight
of tho Kast Stdo.Wn, a, ten-round bout against
Hull Caesldy, the rugged Harlem lightweight.
Kour A. A. L clubs will nttend In a bod
tho Mott Haven A. -'.. Mornlngslde A. C,
Itoss Club and tho Harlem A. A.
Tha bout between llrown and Casaldy should
be fast, as both boxers are of tho aggressive
type. Caasldy Is widely known to the patrons
of the sport and lias performed quite credit
ably nt the various J,otuI clubs. Two other ten
round bouts will precede tho Hrown-Cnssldv
affair, ns will the usual other bouts of four
LA SALLE COLLEGE HAS
GOOD BASKETBALL TEAM
Strong Schedule Arranged for Var
sity Five With Public Schools.
With a full team of veterans back, pros
pects for the coming basketball season at La
Salle College aro exceedingly bright, and the
five should be a strong contender In the scho
lastic race. Practice was begun two weeks
ago, and Coach lielland, who for the last
eight years turned out championship teams at
llrackport State Normal School, New York,
la using tho earns line-up which plated last
year. McCarthy, McNIchoI and O'Donnel, for
wards; Captain tVlndt, centre, and Callahan,
Gillespie and Maloney. guards. Is the present
ptrsonnel of the five. I
The second team Includes several promising
men who are varsity possibilities later In the
season. Freeman, Qlcason, Connelly and Moran,
who played on last year's scrub, are again at
hand. Itjan. J. Itonner, II. Bonner, C. Gil
lespie, O'Nctl and Toner are new men who
aro making good.
Manager Cody haa arranged games with
nearly all the public high school Uvea, and
with Catholic High, La Salle's traditional
Tba schedule to date Is aa follows:
f November 30 llrown Preparatory, heme,
xjecemuer 10 Douinem uign, noinu; ..,
Southern High. away.
January 2 Morris Guards, Atlantic City; IS,
Saleilan Cathollo High, 'Wilmington, Del.;
ID, Cathollo High, Hallahan Hall; 23, Villa
nova l'reparatory. home; 23, West Chester
High, West Chester, 1'a.i 27, Vlneland High,
February 1 Saleilan Catholic High, home;
3, Chestnut Hill Academy, home (pending); li,
Vlneland High, Vlneland. N. J.; 10. catholic
High, home; 17. Vlllauova rreparatory, anayi
2:1. Northeast Manual, away (pending); 0,
i .,. M.ion lllsh away.
March 2 Norrlstown High, home; i, Ger
mantown High, away,
ALLENTOWN SPORTS NEWS
ALLBNTOWN. Fa , Nov. 12. Interest Is
centred la tonight' battle between th wel
terweights. Kid Holland, of Chicago, and Wil
lie Laughiln? of South "Bethleheni. who clash
In a t?n-roumi tout at the Lyric A. C
i .,IBhii. n.hn haa won bis last six battles
by th knockout route, predicts that he will
dispose of his colored opponent In the aarn
manner. II I the fayorlt In th; betting,
but the Chicago welter ha plenty of baakers.
In th six-round mlwlnd-up Pal Moy, of
tha 6th Ward, a former sparring partner of
t&ldl Moy, and Young Nelson, of the 10th
Ward, will battle tor the welterweight cham
pionship of th city. ,.....
Eddie Kdiaood and Young Martin, local
featherweights, will opea th show with a
ALLiWTOWN. Fa.. Nov. li. -Tommy Cany,
th Quaker City lightweight, who la now under
Ilia iBnaiusnt of Jo Conroy, h signed ar.
tcl to box tea rounds with Young Nell, of
this city, befer the LyrU A. C, on No
vember 19. v
ALLBNTOvJ N. Fa.. Nov. lt-Owtag to dt-
?itltfactlea among th candidate far the
Ming Men" Teuiwane Beclsty taiketUll
tem. the ofganlwlloo may b oWlred to eaa
ecl It acbadul III game. ,, , . '
Li tad fcSu training for two weeks bafare
dls.-etnt among uajjaaeeaaful MaaJWatiaTii
Maoagst Anthony lleflly ami Hy stir player
0LDFIEI.D WINS DESEET EAQI3
PHOENIX ArU , Kov 13 -Banuy Oldftsid
rat. on eUa tin.
SlkiaiU. No. 8, wa siond Besudat No
l thirl BraraUtti No 19 wis Ualcu nut
ol fowitit place by W C Duram Vo 2 rh
runaiiui tun from Lo Angeles fol
UOtfAtid, Jb. lm 35 2 St
I l , .1 "! w", .
saVbasaM. .flh tea.
AnrtttT t Axrn HHEE WILL
HAVE QUARTERBACK BATTLE
Opinions Differ as tolti of Penn. Speediest
Back and the Athlete From Dartmouth-Saturdays
Contest Will Settle Question.
SHEFFIELD STUDENTS MAKE GOOD ETES
AS EVIDENCED BY NUMBER ON YALE TEM
An uu..l nml,.r of Sheffield Sc.ent.nc ; Beh..l men ,-d J.'Staic'
football team tills enr. cisni o. n. r.v.,
of Vale's first team, the eleven that meeli
1,. M. M. tl. Ilrann. 'Worren. Ta
1,. T. N. 8. T. Tallmt, Dayton, O
I,, .t. 1. Conrov. llrooklyn, N.
C.il. R. Whit. Chnttnnongn. Tnn
It. U .1 V. Walden, Palate, N. J.
j; x. (' If Hhfhlon, Pnnnnah. t.a
11. K J. P. f llllman. New York... ...
o. 11 A. D. Wilson, Ulnnhamton, S. T.
f!. II. II I. Alnauorth. llrnokllne. Mn.
It. II. II. C. XV. Knonles, Mamnroneck, N.
P. 1111. I (lore, Le (lore. Mil
On the arlty .uhMllute ll;t "re.
p. 11. O. 1.. Ouernaey. Df Moines, la...
P II.- H. A Pumpelly, On ego, N 1....
It. II. Thomaii Cornell. Preepo". la....
II. It. St. II. Scovll. Cle eland, O. ......
t II. W 11. Hnalon, Ixindonvllle. r. l"
II 11 P. 15. Wall. Ailamn. N. ,
o. II. A. MacIrflKh, (llencoe. III
(1 1 .1 Oaki. Denver, Col....
T V Louchbrldirr. Denver, Co I....
K J II. HlMlnlinthnm, Dallae. Tex....
V5 I.Jon Carter. Harlfnrd, Conn
C 1 H XVHej, May 8Me, I I
By EDWARD B. BUSHNELL
Kootbdll predictions arc. at best, un
certain quantities, and the keenest ob
server Is nlwnvs likely to be brought to
confusion. A good many I'cniisjlvanla
men disappointed over tho showing their
team made ngalnst Mlchlnn, are wonder
ing to wlint extent tho eleven has been
or can bo Improved by the changes which
tho conches hao mnde this week.
When tho Quakers line up .against
Dartmouth on Saturday they will have
two new men In the backlleld. at least
one and possibly two new ends. This Is
a pretty big shift for a team to absorb In
three days nnd lo play with any kind of
speed against so good a team as Dart
mouth. It may bo stated, therefore, that
If Pennsylvania wins or holds Dnrtmouth
to a bate victory, the result will be al
most n miracle.
The new backfleld does not contain much
steed or cleverness, but It cannot do much
worBo than the old quartet did ngalnst Michi
gan. Quarterback Merrill Is tho fastest man,
nnd Moffct, at fullback, probably the slowest
runner on tho entire team. Wray and Mat
thews are careful players, hut neither nas
ehdwn any brilliancy. They hnve won their
positions because of Ihelr good defensive worn
and the absolute failure of Tucker and ree
land rather than because of their own" offen
sive brilliancy. This Is the bald truth about
tho changes the coaches have made.
Man for man, this quartet will suffer by
comparison with the Dartmouth backneld.
which Is made up of men or grcnt abllltj. ani
who have stood the test nf many hard battles.
Of the four, Ted Mcrroll, at quarterback, s
tho most likely to hold his own ngalnst Is
Dartmouth opponent. Merrell and Ghee, tno
Dartmouth quarterback, aro both sprinters,
nnd they handle kicks well, but Ohcn Is the
better forward passer, and likewise a better
open-field runner. , ,.,,,.,.
Dartmouth's halfbacks aro Captain Whltnev
and Curtis, nolh are veterans, playing their
third year. They should outplay Wray anil
Matthews. Whitney m n lino Plunger la In
tho samo class with Mnulbetsch, the Michigan
battering ram. In fact, tho two men piny
much tho same sort of game, and both are
well nigh "unstoppable." Those l'cnn'j'lvanlri
men who didn't sco Mnulbetsch In action vv 11
havo tho pleasure of witnessing his double In
Captain w'hltnej, unless the Pennsylvania de
fense has contrived a way to stop him. I urns
Is not as showy a player aa Whitney, but ho
can do moro things and do them well than
can Whitney. Murdock nt fullback Is a gno'l
lino plunger, nnd can also run the ends, mis
Dartmouth trio la distinguished by Its power
and apeed, while Ghee contributes tho neccs
snry field fireworks.
Thn Pennsylvania backs and fullbacks have
possibly more weight than tho Dartmouth trio
Moffet I dependable as a line plunger, but he
has a hab.lt of rumbling Matthews played a
bettor game against Michigan than the coaches
believed possible. Ho has been more nr less
or an enigma to them all season. He Is being
played regularly hecauso the coaches feel sure
ho will Improve right up to the end of tho sea
son Ho welgha nearly 200 pounds, and pos
sesses lots of speed for so heavy a man. Wray
la not a showy ground gainer, but ho Is a most
dependable defensive man.
Mnuuawa, oi ciiurEt-. is ti h1;' (. ;.'-".
better than any man Dartmouth has. He lias
KICKOO llirro lieu. .., ..,- "... ,.- -"
ngnlunt the Navy, Sanrthmoro nnd Michigan.
Ho had only two chances against Michigan,
and the one he missed was made from ouch a
distance that Its failure was almost fore
ordained. . ,.
than Pennsylvania Uoth I'ntuhart and lion
kins, who played the wings for Pennsylvania
against .viicnixmi. kmc u. ,.ow ...w "-?,
the phjslcal stamina. I'rquhart Is out of the
came on ncniuni ui ii,jui.u. .-. ...',......-.
can hardly bo lelled upon to play up to form
for more than half the game. Koons, who has
MAUPOME BEATEN IN
INTERSTATE BILLIARD GAME
-ir.inirv,arf nt T.TI1 urn 11U p. Proves to
. n l -, m IT- 1 W-,.. I
BO TOO AUept jwen tor -l.uv.ui luriu,
In the third match of the Interstate Billiard
League played In this city last night at Al
llnger'a Billiard Academy. August Kelckhefer,
of Milwaukee, defeated Pierre Maupome, the
Mexican expert, who Ib the Philadelphia rep
resentative, BO to 3.1, In 01 Innings.
From start to finlih the contest was a one
sided affair, with Kelckhefer alwava in the
lend. At the beginning of the match Kelclt
hefer gained a small advantage by winning
the bank, succeeding In striking off 3 on the.
break, and then followlnr with two runs of
S In the eighth and ninth Innings respectively,
while during that period Maupome only tal.
lie 2. Kelckherer cleverly manipulated Hie
bills for a run of II In the thirtieth Inning, but
failed to " again until the thirty-third sea
ilcn. when he clipped off 1. Ihls was the
only time "luring the contest that Milwaukee's
rvY.resentatlve's lead wa endangered, aa Mau
pome made "un of .1 In the Previous Inning
nd then followed with a run or 2. Tho score
fhen stood for Kelchhefer and 10 for Mau.
pome. Throughout the remainder of tho con
test Kelckhefer far outplaied Maupome. and
making a run of :i In the alxty-fecond session
Slid striking off -' in the sixty-fourth Innlni.
he won the game, scoring 60.
ANN AltnOIt. Mich.. Nov. 12. Welker Coch.
ran defeated Harry Cllne. 300 to 202. In a
Champion Billiard Pla) era' League mslcil last
nliht: Average, and high runs: Cochran.
TVIIKrALAI. rs. 1,, iov. 1. rt,w ..,
last night defiled Jsk. Schaefer. 4tO to 351.
!B" . " . nnu..J nsvint1 tu.li. mat, h
. .. , & . n ilk.., Ailta.
in a i nampii'ii ihh, - '"f.'i ,---,:
Average and high run. Cutler, 121-33. UI.
Schaefer. 0 21-33. M.
CHICAGO. Nov 12 fleorg Button last night
debated Calvin Demsrot. 300 to ! In a
Champion iiirriaru riajc. .?"-,-, Try. .
erage and high runs: Sutton, 17 1117. Tl.
uemaresi, -m i-m. "" -
BRAVES ARE ON SALE
Reported That Champions Can Be
Purchased for 400,000.
BOSTON, Nov.' it. The Boston Braves,
world cbanaplpns, are for sale, according
to a report today following; the visit of
President James B. Gaffney to thl city.
The price haa been set at 100,000. and the
report also hints that the New York
magnate Is attar a share In a team nearer
home. It Is further refortad that the
Braves' owner has a partial option an
the Brooklyn ball club and may beaonae
a lolnt owner wtl Charles H. Hhbets.
In the event that he does acquire a
partial interest In tha Brooklyn club,
kowever.vlt is prstty certain that the Bos
top mansiser. Gesrse T. Stalling, will
depart, with htm.
Lehigh in Long Practice
fcCUTH BKTHLKllsJW. Pa Nov U -Coach
KMdy seat th Iwekm varsity against th
eioad liB la an if th hardest tcrtauo
r." -b sso ytriy afisnuun
National A. C.
Jlih A lathartaa St.
J ark McGidnu. Ksr.
... .. -.,. ... .. fo,ow
ar n fnllowi!
Ace. XVelght Height
been given Urquhart's place, Is heavy and has
the necessary slnmlna. Ills greatest weakness
Is that ho Is slow.
Dnrtmouth tins lost hrr famous ends of 1
j ear. Hngett and Iwiudon. They were nf All
American calibre. The present ends are not
up tn their standard, but they nrc hs good as
anything Pennsylvania has used From tackle
to tackle, I'ennavlvanla hns the better of tha
cnmparl'on In weight, and la about even In
experience. The cjuaker loaches Md little
criticism to make nr their line In Ihu Mlchl
gnn game. II did Us work well, nnd the coaches
believe It will do even better ngalnst Dart-
Tho 'problem, theicfore, Is the backfleld. If
this new quartet doesn't act stngo fright and
plnva a little better thnn It knows linn, Penn
sylvania may fare better than some of her
Tigers Complete Work
FrtlNCETON, N. J., Nov. 12. V good spirit
of tenm work predominated In the Princeton
practice jesterday afternoon, which was th
last hard work-out of the aenson for the men.
as today's drill will be light, with a very
short scrimmage. The men foiiRht well and
h.lnht nn. nnnlh.f ntnnff In anlcliitlil fashion.
The practice commenced late hecauso the
men had a long talk In tho locker loom bv
one of the coaches, but nothing thit was said
leaked out. The banlshmont of thn combes
from the playing field continued, although tho
ban was rnlscd from Eddie llnrf. whoso work
Is not tn teach the Individual, but to Instill
a spirit of fight nnd team play.
Yale Works in Bowl
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 12. Opening the
Ynlo bowl to scrimmaging for the first time
since Its construction, tho Yale undergraduates
gavo the football eleven a lusty parting ova
tion jesterday nfternoon. There were 1300 stu
dents who marched lo tho bowl and cheered
and sang a volley of enthusiastic war songs
nnd cheers while the regulars and scrubs ran
through moro than half an hour's scrlmmsg
Ing. Its last bcrorc the Prlmcton game. The
cheer leaders ran through their repertoire In
tho section reserved for the cheering crowd nt
the Harvard gnmo here Saturday of next week
and soveral hundred spectators viewed the bowl
Harvard Pummels Scrubs
CAMP-niDGE, Mass., Nov. K.-Yesteriiiy'a
work for tho Harvard regulars was even hatd
er than Tuesday. The vnrlstv, after running
about the Meld nnd putting on their plays In
eignal practice, went up Into the stadium and
watched tho substitutes scrimmage ngalnst the
scrubs, who are coming so well, with tho Yale
plays. After watching this scrimmage for
nearly half an hour the varsity came down
nud did a lot nf work Itself, being mainly on
tho defense. Tho line-up ngaln was shifted a
little. Hardwlck going back at his end, hut
lllgclow going back to i.entre, and C Coolldge
contlnuln to play' on tho left wing In place of
JetT Coolldgc, whose knee Is not quite right
Light Drill for Cornell
ITIfAi'A, N. Y.. Nov. 12.-The Cornell
conches mnde a big change of policy yesterday
and gave tho entire varsity team a very light
practice, and for tho rest or the week
none of tho Cornell regulars will engage In
much work before the Michigan game. Whllo
the varsity team wns put through a stiff sig
nal drill on Alumni Field, the loaihes ordered
a ncrlmmngo In the baseball cage last evening.
Very few of the vnrslty wcro In the line-up,
Dartmouth Leaves Today
HANOVEIl, N. H.. Nov. 12. Tho Dartmouth
squad, with tho exception of McAullffc, tho
stnr tackle, who Is lonflned In the hospital,
will lenva Hnnovcr today for Philadelphia by
way of New York Tho remainder of the
n'en aro in fine shape. Including Murdock, who
has been out of the game for aome time un
nc-nunt of his knee. A short. signal drill Just
before leaving, and signal practice In New
York, will complete the preparation fur the
contest with Pennsylvania.
AT HOTEL WALTON
IS A BIG SUCCESS
Retail Team Members and
Others Presented Trophies
by S. 6c C. A. A. Karst
Going With Athletics.
Strawbrldge & Clothier Athletic Asso
ciation held its fourth annual baseball
dinner at the Hotel Walton last night,
and. It was declared to have been tho
best ever at ranged. The rOO members and
guests were In their glory. The cham
pion Retailers' nine and all the other
players In the league came In for their
share of honors.
During the course of the banquet It
was announced that John Karst, the
athlete who won the T. 13. McUlnley cup
for making the greatest number uf extra
base hits, would again be given a trial
by the Athletics.
The entertainment feature of th. banauet
wa a splendid on. Lucius Col, a violinist
of the Philadelphia Orchestra, whoVstudU
abroad under the b.t tutor hi Italy and
Germany ha.ia nuallri i.im ... '.. 1Laa.
fiuacuT, .or Aunn. utner clever SDclsltta.
In various line war lntrrVsttced ty Jmlffli
John Owens. Paul llreedy-. EdnWed Le..
Thomas humming. John VarXrshwt rSanfti
rummlnea. rriintan iin.n... w ' "'ss". ..uaniel
Blllv" Humphrej. F7d nand Hlmm.Vreufh
und Jlin Devlin, 'h effort of th Bin whid.fi.
i Clothier Orchestra, under thV dlr U, of
J. G Geys was notsworthy ui'"-"on Of
The feature of th ei.nini . i.. -.
tatlen of trophle. Th"n?rl,VlUtalaTI8"
vjr cup wa presented to tlU H.iiii .VXr
th boMsefurnUhlng aartinnt Tvtelva JlIvSj
tup wr prnt.d to .uembsra of th RitLS'
team by JoMph McCut,hOB hd of liVdMaS
ejo; dpartiuent. JI aUo presented to iSh
of th Players gold watch fob?'1 to
Jarues Kton.dy received a gold watc aa a
Uoaby for having made th? most hom? rift
The trophy was th gift or ii i ALiSfzf'
haad of tn a.-a'aeloUte'; dWrtnlSfwta
mad the was.nUtlon In periiw
Bobrt II. DuUln. bd of lb adv,u.ui
dpartraat. made t U mVLi t ton of vIs.T
U la the asUtGalu? beit'SS
ball rtwas for tb Mason. "' M
Kdward Nocton, editor of tha a ami ..
Upon, behalf of the asaaetatloa. A if Tmn.
What la it? Askafriand.
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