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DOWN ON MADISON
Small Crowd Will Go to That City
to See Wisconsin-Minneso-
! ta Game.
Transfer of the Contest From Mil-
, waukee Causes Much Dissatis
i faction in This City.
Dispatches from Madison say that
Professor C. S. Schlichter, faculty su
pervisor of athletics at "Wisconsin uni
versity, has positively forbidden Man
ager Kilpatrick to have the Wiscon
sin-Minnesota game played in Mil
waukee. This means that the contest
must be held in Madison.
So far as can be ascertained here,
this action will satisfy no one except
the Madison restaurant men and sa
loonkeepers. The Wisconsin students,
according to advices from Madison,
were in favtfr of having the game
play ed in Milwaukee, most of them
figuring upon the trip to the cream
city as a lark. The Milwaukee alumni
natural ly wanted the game played
there, as did the Milwaukee business
me n. The re can be no question in re
gard to the feeli ng here. All Minne^
sota men who have ever gone against
Madis on chop houses on a football d ay
are a unit against that tow n. It has
been proven time and again that Mad
ison cannot take care of a crowd of a
thousand visitors in a satisfactory,
manner. And the total will probably
be way over that mark Thanksgiving
Day if the game is played at the
Wisconsin's assigned reasons for
vetoing Milwaukee are amusing to lo
cal rooters. Profess or Schlichter
holds that taking games away from
a college town to secure an increase
of gate receipts savors too much of
professionalism. H e rakes up the con
ference, rule, that games must be
played on grounds owned by or under
the immediate control of one or both
of the colleges participating in the
This is all very well, but Professor
Schlichter might explain what has
caused him to see the light so sudden
ly. Last year Wisconsin played Mich
igan in Chicago. The game was played
in that city to secure larger gate re
ceipts, and the conference rule was
violated just as much as it would be
by giving this year's Minnesota game
to Milwaukee. Four years ago,
Michigan and Wisconsin played in
Chicago also. Nobody raised a cry
about professionalism, and no one ap
peared to think that the sport had
been -tainted with professionalism.
Why Professor Schlichter has made
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such a sudden right about face Is a
It is probable that MinheafedHs will
not se nd a large delegation of roo t
ers to Madison, if the game is play ed
there. Probably two or thr ee thou
sand persons would go from here to
Milwauke e, biif the experience at
Madison two years ago, when hun
dreds had to wait several hours for'
an opportunity to get breakfast, has
given the town a black e ye here, and
it is not probable that more than four
or five hundred will atte nd a game at
OPEN PRACTICE A T MADISON
Secret Work I s Abandoned by
Madison, Wis., Oct. 9.^Spectators
were allowed In the grand stand at
the practice yesterday. Bertke and
Bush were at their places but will
doubtless be unable to play to-mor
row. The freshmen team candidates
came out for the first time. Coach
Driver is disappointed that more
freshmen have not reported only
thirteen were out yesterday. The
coach expects about twice this num
ber out to-day. N o games have been
arranged, but if the freshman squad
shows up well enough to warrant it,
games will be secured.
Coaches Curtis and McCart hy are
in distress to find a suitable man to
play fullback on the Wisconsin foot
ball team, ^n the few days since the
half-satisfactory game against the Na
perville college team four candidates
have be en given a trial at the impor
tant back field position and still there
is trouble, unless the latest adjust
ment, Frank Harvey, is found to be
good enough to hold the place. Har
vey is not particularly heavy, weighs
175 pounds, but has great activity and
pugnacity, qualities that are eagerly
sought for on the gridiron.
Other candidat es 'for the position
are heavier, but they are too slow
to suit Coach Curtis. Perry, who has
be en playing at fullback, weighs 185
pounds, but is like an ice wagon in
the scrimmages.- Hanrtan, a Milwau
kee boy, is also heavy and tolerably
good, but falls below the standard
set by the poaches. Peterson, a Nor
wegian, has also been- tried with in
different success. H e is.now on the
a new man on the field, it is said. For
list of cripples. This man Harvey Is
some reason no information is given
out concerning him.
The Wisconsin team is still weakr
en ed by the absen ce of Bertke at left
guard. H e has not sufficiently recov-:
ered from an injury to return to the
game. His place is being taken at
various times by Edge and Price. With
the exceptions of the positions of full
back and left guard, the team has re
mained the same as in the game last
YOST'S MEN STTLL SPEEDY"
Michigan Easily Scores 76 Points
Against Albi on College Team.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct. 9.-Michigan
Our plan is the most liberal plan of payment,
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We have the largest chain of Stores In the
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AND MISSES' SUITS, Smart 1903
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yesterday showed its 190$ football
hand by scoring 76 points on the 170-
pound eleven from Albion college lit
twenty-six minutes of play. The?var!4
sity was never held for downs, white
Albi on negotiated first downs but
three times, and these on trick jlays
Hammond, at full, one of laat
year's Hyde Park stars, play ed a bril
liant game, cleari ng the line at will,
scoring one-third of the touchdowns
and kicking ten out of eleven at
When darkness ended the game,
after Six minutes' play in the second
half, the college men were jaded and
completely at the mercy of the finely
conditioned varsity players. Altho*
Captain Redden was not in tjie game
and Gregory, Graves and Heston wer$'
the only veterans used, Michigan's in
terference" was superb, thirty-yar$
gains, being frequent. Five freshmeii
appeared in the opening~4lne-up. Yost
took h is stars out of the game early,,M
to reserve them for Saturday's game
with Beloit. *' " ,
West Point Wants Game.
West Point. N. Y., Oct. 9.Every effort
is being made to have the army and navy
football game come off. The cadets are
anxious to play, as this is the decid
ing game of 'the series which began in
The proposition of Annapolis to Impose
certain new conditions for this deciding
game finds no favor at West Point.
It was learned to-day that high army
and navy officials in Washington have
been in communication with the superin
tendents of both academies and are work
insrhard to arrange the game. ' ~ *
iV-'-v. .Won't Play Aqalnst Negro.
Crawfordsville. Ind., Oct. 9.Manager
Eller of the Wabash football team re
ceived a letter from H. L. Watson, man
ager of the Rose Polytechnic team, stat
ing that they consider football a social
game, and as a matter of principle would
not play if Gordon, the colored player, was
allowed to participate. Dr. Kane of Wa
bash college ordered the game canceled.
Shakopee Has a Team. ,
Shakopee, Minn., Oct. 9.At meeting of
football enthusiasts a team was organised
to represent Shakopee. The line-up will
be as follows: Ed Mertz, left end'. K.
Tftynn, left tackle (captain) ' M. KlinS
hammer, left guard. O. Thomas, center
John Schmlts, right guard Joe -Schinlts,
right tackier R: Dean, right end H. Ber
ens, quarterback G. Sullivan, right half
back E. Ketterer, left halfbackf B. Kohls,
fullback?' Joe Ryan, E. Pope, J. Newell,
teams in th.e state. Address all letter* to
B. J. Kohls, ttianager.
G. Yierlingv P. Berens, substitutes. Games ^hlch was defeated handily by Purdue
are desired with any amateur lSp-pound last Saturday. The Wolverines' score
. ^ ._.. . * .. of 76 agaihst Albion, niy 12 poin ts be
low the total made by" the great ground
gaining machine of , 1902, indicates
that Tost has gotten his comparatively
green team into shape Very early in
the game. The impression is growing
that Michigan will be quite aa strong
as last year.
Chica go probably will have the
hardest game, meeting Purdue, which
this year is coached 1 Cutts of Har
vard, The hoosierS think they have a
chance to win from Chicago, and they
expect to turn the -trick by end run*.
Purdue has a fleet Set of backs, but
against the strong- Chicago ends it is
not likely that they will do much. The
more conservative of the hoosier roo t
ers expects a score of 12 to 0 in favor
of Chicago. , '
Wisconsin face's Lawrence univer
sity, which would not be a hard prop
osition ordinarily, and probably will
not be to-morrow. Last year the
cardinal ran up 52 poin ts against this
same team, but Lawrence -Is popularly
Supposed to be stronger this year, hav
ing held Chica go to 23 points, altho
the Lawrence players were in poor
physical condition. The game will
furnish & good* try out f6r the badgers.
Illinois meets the Rush Medics team,
which, like most of the Illinois profes*
sional schools, usually has a lot of old
varsity players oti its' team. Illinois
has proven a good scoring team so far,
but the Medics probably will give
Woodruff's attack a severe test in the
early part of the game.
Iowa rooters are worri ed in regard
to the game with Drake. The hawk
ey es unquestionably have a weak team
this year, one of the Cornell college
team, after that eleven
Tho Motley football teatn has organised for
Kith'-'the following "'
Adam and Wifilitins,
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Minnesota Coftohe* Say the Amea
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Minnesota, ys. Ames at Northroj* Field.
Chicago vs. Purdttf at Chicago.
Drake vs. Iowa at,Des Moines.
Illinois vs. Hush Medics at Champaign.
Wisoonsin vs.- Lawrence at Madison.
Michigan vs. Beloit at Ann Arbor.
Nebraska vs. DanVer at Denver.
Northwestern v, Washington at St.
. :"V BAjST.
Yale vs. Springfield Training School at
N ew Haven. ..- - .
Harvard vs. Amfierst at Cambridge*
Princeton vs. Brown, at Providence .
Pennsylvania vs. Pehn State at Phila
Cornell vs. Colgate at Ithaca.
We st Point vs. Dickinson at West Point.
Columbia vs. Williams at N ew York.
Dartmouth vs. Union at Hanover.
Carlisle vs. Frahklbv and Marshall at
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Minnesota 16, Ames 6.' -
Chicago 83, Purdue 0. . ,
Wisconsin 52, Lawrence*. -
Harvard 6, Amherst 0. -4
Pennsylvania 17, Penn State 0.
Cornell 6, Colgate 0.
West Point 11, Dickinson 0.
Minnesota lines up to-morrow after
noon at 3 o'clock against the Ames
football team on Northrop field, in
what promises to be the hardest con
test before fhe Michigan game. I t is
the almost universal opinion among
the varsity coachep and players that
Ames will prove a much tougher prop
osition than Iowa. The agricultural
college has twi ce beaten Minnesota,
and last year held the gophers td-16
points. This year the Iowa team, with
ten veterans, is considered much
stronger than it was a year ago. I n
weight Minneso ta has no advantage.
Coach Ristine thinks he has a
chance to win from the gophers, and
has bent all his energi es to whipping
his team into shape- tor this contest.
It is not likely that Minnesota's spore
will ruh ov er 20, and it is likely to be
much lower than that. The gopher
coaches hiht that the re is even danger
Of Amea winnin g, but this appears to
be a remote contingency.
Ames is stronger than, last year,
innesota also is in better shape than
wheh she met th Iowans. The
gopher baokfleld has been kept prac
tically intact for three weeks, whereas
a year ago shifts were made contin
ually during the whole season. The
line also has been iwhipped into fair
shape, and the eleven as a whole is
better prepared for^a hard game than
is usual at this time stfJtha V W
The *Ames team. i4ue to arrjve In
Minneapol is at 8 a.jin.,to-morrow, and
will make its headquarters at the West
hotel. -^Minnesota's^ lineup wtyj be
practically the sam&uaa in - ^he, last
three games, as follows:
All the big Western teams except
Michigan have games scheduled for to
morrow whloh promises to prove se
vere try-outs. Michigan undoubtedly
Will have an easy time with Beloit,
u m u
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Hall arid Jeffries, halves Fit
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"Our score against Iowa only serv es
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aft We are not much stronger than a
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rest of the big nines this season and
almost any of the mindr teams would
stand a good show of winning from
If this statement Is' correct, the
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to Drake. - *
I n the east the closest games prom
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Princeton-Brown. The big~ teams
should win handily in each contest but
the scor es a re likely to be compara
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Practice at Northrop field yester
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dicattnk that the Reaches do not in
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Dutch Bernhagen and Van Campen
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