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B International News Service.
NEW HAVEN", Conn.. Nov. :0. The
.urtaln foil at Vale Held today on pruc
lire scrimmaging for the season of 131-.
There was an hour's signal and punting
rehearsal and for the final skyrocket of
hc afternoon an ovation to the eleven
undergraduates. It was the college's
otc of confidence of toiling team and
it Inspired the athletes with fresh energy
1 tor tho closing minutes of their afu-r-
Half tho college body waa in nne ror
rtom the campus to the field and they
uiif, the new football wr.r songs and
nhoutcd the now cheers, led by a brass
ur.d for their Inspiration after taking
m; its in the stands. The chcernm ocv,
lion went over every stunt it haH m aiurc I
tor the Harvard name. j
Scrimmaging whs sharp. The regis-
Ura were driven for twenty minutes. Pen- j
iltuon, Eomclster and Gallaucr, the ath
'tes whoso condition has been quea-
f'oned, were all In uniform and in (he
-igtial drill. Pendleton fought through
ti r irsL half of the scrimmage and
allowed no tracex of the muscle btulsc he
May Use Two Lineups.
Mnid Couch Howe said ii.-nin this even-
i fg he saw no reason why Vale should 1
' t Mart against Harvard the same line- 1
' t iibcrf against Princeton. lie mated
' iat ovcrv player wus In aood condillon
am that the coaches did not plan any
Ilno) changes. Vale will probably tisci
iwn elevens against Harvard.
Princeton compelled Captain Spalding
ti throw twenty-one players into the
came and the plight bumps received
ngnlnst the Tigers are likely lo .spring
n'o evidence before the close oT the
T'1" condition of Johnny Cnstlcs, who
v,: injured yesterday when he Buffered
r cut scalp, waa much improved and hu
vfi the college infirmary this evening,
i liner Mack said he would be in unl-
fl o.Mi tomorrow and ready to play Sat-
1 ilii . if needed.
Word wax received here tonight that
Mip Harvard brickfield players would be
' pip tomorrow for secret practice. After
1 ) cv leave the gridiron, Tale practice
will be held. Soma of (he Harvard scruad
arr also expected 1 '"rid ay afternoon for
Hj igl.t pntclicc.
Head Coach Howe said this evening
'hat no heavy work would his ordered by
Tal tomorrow, lit 'doubled whether
" crc would be auv actual football, but
-iiHtd that it would be light If it was
ilcrcd at all.
Betting Favors Crimson.
The players went to the college infirm- '
a v tonight lo eleep. escaping the noise
oi the campus, and will spend their nights
I here until after the Harvard game,
netting slightly favoru Harvarn ncrc.
though Utile Crimson money Is offered
a anything except even tcrmB. Yale
r cn are covering all the offers at odds
cf 5 to I. Vale men feci thai they arc
jp ogainst the hardest proposition they
Ta faced in years In attempting to hold
J u check the present Harvard whirlwind
J 'Irven. although Yale expects lo score
J it least ono field goul.
With tho arrival here of the small army
j of roaches tho plan Is revived of chang-
1 the Yale football coaching nystom so
that a permanent resident football coach
AiaU b Installed like Haughton of Har
- ard. Yale's system of changing the head
oach year after yoar Is regarded as In
pff -ient. Fmnk Hlpkcy, Howard Jones
and AI Sharpp am named as posIblll
TeE In caso the new system is Installed.
Harvard Coach Bitter.
fAMBRIDGE. Maja.. Nov. 20. Coach
Haughton Is out. In (latfooled op
position to tho continuance of
football relatione between Harvard
and Dartmouth. His stand Is ns
sumed from tho deliberate altack he
-ntdo upon Dartmoutji at tho Harvard
rlub banquet al the Hotel Somerset in
which he denounced tho nlnylng of Dart
mouth In last Saturday's game at the
Stadium. Haughton said:
T object to the nlaying of the Dnrl
mouth tram on laot Saturday's game
for many reatonH. hut principally It
gives football a black eye. Dnrt
mouth gained absolutely nothing by
hr rouch playing. It lerj to her
defeat while tho Harvard olnyers suf
fered no injury.
Harvard did not use cnercv to cx-tt-r.d
hervolf to dirty tactlrs hut gave
1 an exnlbltiou of clean and scientific
football The boys were out to win
!n a fair, inaulv manner and the rf
JS'jlt wus a tribute to their heed of
tho coachcA Inotructions.
Concerning the Yalo game. Haughton
Harvard this year is nicked to whip
Yale, hut do not place too much con-
H.vj Hdence In what you road about the
k rhaticcw of th team or bo stiided
! too stronglv by the comparison of
' I Tn reality this comparison means
1 nothing. Opinion as to the teams
H "an alone be hael on oipcrlence.
History has shown that Yule lias uc-
compllfihfd mirnclos in two weeks,
and In 1010. when everyone wa pr-
dieting an easy win for Harvard, we
"suffered a moral defeat. We muni
not get overconfident or allow ihls
' present confidence lo get to our
1 In conclusion I ask a service of
. vou that the night before tho game
that you will wire each member of
' hc team. Harvard expects vou to
i nin. If you will do this I will guar
il antee their performanco on th
S ' field.
Crimson Ready for Eli.
CAMBP.IDGE. Mass, Nov. CO. The
final scrimmage of the season sas held
H Id hc stadium this afternoon and this
vrninsr dlffrront mfmberp of the tn'n
I Billiard Champion and
1 His Japanese Opponent
Willie Hoppo (at left), who retains his title of world's cliampion
18.2 billiardl5t by victory last night over Morningstar. Hoppc's solo defeat
in tho tournament Just closed was administered by Yamada, the Japaneso
expert (at right). This picture was taken at the start of tho game botwocn
these two champions.
INDIANS WILL NOT
PLAY JORDAN GAME
The game belwcon the Salt Lake and
Jordan high schools billed for Saturday
i bus been called oft. Manager McCurdv
; so announced when ho found out that
i tho University field could not bo secured.
' The "U" team Intends to practice for
j ihe Utah Aggies Saturday, and did not
i want the grounds tore up. . .
j Tho time between now and Monday
I will be put to perfc'ctlnc tho offense of
I the second team. Fourteen men will be
taken to Grand Junction. and this will
not include any of tho first team men.
i Last evening after a brisk signal prac
tice Coach Richardson pitted Jils CoIq
! rado tourists against a team composed
i of first and second team men. Johnny
Brcckon, B. Wilson and "Yealca Were
among tho old men opposing tho young
sters. At this the little fellows succeed
ed In making two touchdowns and a goal,
holding the mixed tsquad to no score.
' The game, though cul short, was In
teresting and at ono Juncture L. Rom
ney took th. ball on an clghty-yar'd run
for a touchdown. In this run ho passed
ovcrv one of the opposing 'team, outdis
tancing Quarterback Wilson, who to
date has been considered the speediest
a,t the school.
Hayes and Dalton Draw.
DETROIT, Mich.. Nov. 20. Chick
Hnyoi. of Indianapolis and Jerry Dalton
of JcfTeraonvllle. Ind.. fought tho buttle
of this reason at Windsor tonight, the
popular decision being that it was a good
draw. It was a slugging 'mUtch through
out and though Hay? had a bit the host
of tho fifth and sixth rounds, Dalton goL
In a punch In the eighth that evened
matters up. and both finished strong.
are packing up duds preparatory for de
parture tomorrow for Nov.- Haven. The
center. Pnrni enter. WlgglesWorlli and
Amory: the ends. Felton, O'Brien. Cool
ldgo. Dana, Wouthcrhoadj Mllholland and
Prnlth. and the backs, Wendell, Brlckley.
Hardwlek. Bottle, Bradlo. Llngard. Lo
an und Graustcln. arc tho men that
leave tomorrow, and thev -will bo
allowed, to use the Yale 'field" In fie af
ternoon to accustom themselves lo the
light and shadow cfTccts prevailing thi-re.
Tho linemen will leave Frldav morning
and Join tho rest of the nquad. which
will be quartered at a hotel In New
Haven until tho morning of the con
test. There was little In the line of real
hard work hjrc this afternoon. The lino
spent considerable time trylnr out their
repertoire of plays. After practice, un
dergraduates beaded bv a band, took
pfMeKjion of the stadium and cheered
the leam and Its coaches collectively and
y Thre was a monster mass meeting
tonight at which Conch Lcrov and Cap
tain Wendell were the chief speakers.
The lincun against Yale Saturday will
be: Lft end. Felton; left tackle. Stor
rer; left guard,' Pennork; center, Par
ment...r: right guard. Trumbull: rlcht
tackle, Hitchcock; rfght end. O'Brien:
quarterback, Gardner, left l.alfback.
Hardwlek, rli;ht halfback. Brlckley: full
l bark Wendell
NEW LEAGUE RUMOR
CHICAGO, Nov. 20. Rumors that cor
tain clubs In the American association
and Western league are planning to be
come "baseball outlaws" and form a
.new. league .wnro confirmed hero today.
President "Tip" O'Neill of tho West
ern league admitled that discussion of
the- proposed league had been going on
for weeks and that the matter took con
crete form at a meeting of tho league
held In Milwaukee last week.
Certain, club owners In tho "Western
league assort their cities properly belong
to a circuit with Milwaukee, Kansas
City and Minneapolis. It w;as also con
tended that President O'Neill waa too
cIobq to major league induenco and the
directors therefore ordered tho removal
of the league's headquarters from Chi
cago. The Invasion of Chicago and tho
establishment of rival cluba In American
association cities are said to bo Included
In the plans of the proposed league. The
American association is supposed to have
nn option on a favorable piece of ground
on Chicago's "North Side" and for sev
eral years has threatened to place a club
PlunS Of the nroooaetl ln.-irrno ti Iq'vriM
arc to ostubllsh clubs In Chicago, Min
neapolis, Indianapolis. Milwaukee. Kan
sas City, Omaha. St. Joseph and an
oighth city yet to be selected.
"Nothing -oftlclajly hns been" said to
me regarding : the proposed league." said
President .O'Neill. '.'But the proposition,
however, has reachod mo from other
sources. I know Uicro has been trouble
for several weeks.
"I want it to b0 understood that I am
in no- way connected with tKe proj-ct.
I am opposed t0 'outlaw' leagues'
YOKEL TO WRESTLE
Mike Volte!, claimant of tho middle
weight wrestling championship, and Jack
Harbortson. the Ogden grappler. will meet
In a handicap match at the Junction cltv
hi tome dale bctweon December 15 niicfi
20. Yokel undertakes to throw. Harbert
son twice In ninety minutes or forfeit
the match. Harbertson will make IBS
pounds ringside and Yokel ha agreed to
make- 100 pounds.
The wrestlers met in Ogden last night
and after some dlsrueelon agreed on tha
above terms. Harbortson has been after
Yokel for more than a year for a lout
and Is confident of hi:- ability to throw
the clever veteran. Ho wan wiring to
make the match without h.indican. but
Yokel offered the hundirap, which was
HUE HOPPE KEEPS
HIS mm THE
Ora Morningstar Undertakes
lo Aid Slosson, but "Boy
Wonder" Is Invulnerable.
By international News Service.
NIDW YORK. Nov. 20. By defeating
Ora Morningstar COO to 270, "Willie Hoppo
tonight retained his title as IS. 2 billiard
champion of the world. Gcorgo Slosson
finished the tournament In second posi
tion, while Morningstar and Yamada, the
Japanese marvel, are tied for third
place. This pair will play off; tho tla
In a special match tomorrow nlght-
Mornlngstar shouldered too much r$
sponslblllty tonight to cope with his il
lustrious competitor. Ora was not only
fighting for himself, but for Slosson as
well. Had ho been able to stop tho boy
i wonder, ho would have precipitated a
1 triplo tlo for first plaoe. Morningstar
seemed obsessed with tho great Impor
tance of his mission and worked him
self Into a state of acuto ncrvouuness.
Tloppe, on tha other hand, kept his
head and, after reeling off a good run of
77 In tho third Inning, held mattors very
much as ho desired. The ncores:
IIoppc 3, S, 77, 51, SB, 15, 10, J, 10, 1,
13. 1C. i, 1. 25. 7-1, S6. 2C, 2, 3, 13, 15500.
Avorage, 22 16-22. High runs, S6, 77, 7-k
Morningstar ID, 1, 14, 33, 25, 0, 0, 5, 3,
11, 0.". 0. 27, 12, 0, 32, 42, 8, 18, 1. 26276.
Average, 13 3-21. High runs, -12, 88, 32.
FOR IDAHO TRIP
The university freshmen put In a hard
practice yesterday afternoon preparatory
to leaving tomorrow for tho game with
Idaho State normal. The- first year men
havo heard that the Idaho team expects
victory and the players aro determined to
roll up a large score on tho presumptuous
It Ih probable that tho followlnr mon
will make tho trip, although tonignt'3
practice might cha.ngo the present piano
somewhat: Fred and Walter Stack, Trav
el's, Margutts, Gardener, LUlic, Hunt or,
Banning, Daly. Eichnor, Parry, . Peter
son, Broekmeyer. Smith. Ycatcs and Mc
intosh. Coach Olescn and Managor Per
ron will also go.
At present the work of tha varsity
men is not very heavy as there Is danger
that between now and Thanksgiving they
will go stale. They aro not looking for
anv snap with the Logan farmers aa tho
latter always put up a. bolter gajno
u gainst Utah than anybody else, iuia thy
have ono of the best lcam3 In their his
tory this season.
GIBBONS OUTBOXED; j
RINGSIDE FANS HISS
By International Newa Service.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 20. Jack Mc
Carrcn of Allontown outpointed Mlko Gib
bons of St. Paul at the Natnolal Athletic
club lonlghl In a six-round bout.
Jack O'Brien schooled McCarren to I
ward off Mike's famouo straight punches.
When McCarren easily carried off the
honors In tho first round, most of tho
spectators almply tsmllcd and eaid':
"Mike In only waiting up "
When McCarren beal Gibbons around
the ring in the succeeding sessions they
hissed, becauoo they believed Gibbons
was stalling. But whethor Gibbons took
things easy or not. McCarren deserves all
Ihe credit for defeating ono of flstlana's
RICHARDS WILL MAKE
Alma Richards, the Provo athlete who
achieved fame In the Olympic rrames, -will
be a member of the American track team
which will tour Australia, leaving Sari
Francisco early In December. RIchardE
yeslerday wired bin accoptanco of an of
fer made him by F. "W. Kelly, who in di
recting tho trip. Eugcno L. Roberta;
coach at tho Brlgham Young university,
may accompany Richards on the long trip.
Tho students of Iho university aro en
deavoring to ralso funds to defra.v the
coach's expenses and are hopeful of se
curing the needed amount.
COULON HAS HARD
TIME IN WINNING
By International News Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. Title Holder
Johnny Coulon of Cblcago was tho victor
over Veteran Charley Goldman alter ten
strenuous rounds at tho Royalo Athletic
club of Brooklyn tonight- The champion
showed poor form and It was onlv hl
ring generalship that saved tho dav. Gold
man had Ilttlo trouble In getting through
Coulon's guard with a left hook which
shook the champion up whenever It land
ed. The wclghta were: Goldman, 115;
Coulon, 113. j
FRENCH BOXER IS
A CLEVER FIGHTER
Bv International News Service.
NEW YORK. Nov. 20. Charlie Ledous;
champion of France, proved to be a very
rough little customer at tho Fairmont
Athletic club tonight when ho bowled Bat
tling Reddy all over the ring for ton
rounds. Reddy was full of grit, but the
Fronrhman camo at him so relontloosly
that he did not get half a ohanco to
fight. When Ledoux left the ring he got
a rafter-lifting ovation from his country.
j men, who packed th placo to suffocation.
Girls Organize Basketball Team.
PARK CITY, Nov. 20. A basketball
team has been organised at tho Park City
high school for the girle, and the Raoband
hHll has been engaged an a place lo
practice. Games with out-of-town teams
arc being arranged or and much Intr
r t Is being taken In the sport by tho
b'c'i -' o Kir'-
DEAD BEFORE BOUT
NEW YORK, Nov. 20. A young ama
teur boxer fell dead In tho ring here to
night beforo a blow had been struck.
Fredoiick Morten, a clerk, IS years old,
had put on tho gloves for an exhibition
bout with Thomas Holmes, a driver, 19
years old. Mcrten waa walking to the
center of tho ring to shako hands when
he reeled and fell against Holmes. Holmes
thought Morten was Joking and shoved
him aside. Me fell to tho lloor dead,
A hospital physician declared that death
was duo to heart failure induced by ex
citement. Tho police attached no blamo
to Holmes, but held him on a technical
charge of homicide to await the action of
Canadians Defeat Australians.
VANCOUVER, B. C, Nov. 20. Van
couver defeated, tho Australian Waratahs
In a rugby football game hero today. 6
to 3. Heavy rain prevented good play.
Former Football Star to
BOSTON, Nov. 20 AnnoutM
made hero of tho approaching,
of Charles Daloy, noted aa j
playor at Harvard and Westi
Miss Beatrico Jordan of this c!
Daley was captain of the CrJii
en In 1000 and on tho dav oli
with Yalo was notified of his
ment to West Point Miss Ja
i sister of Harry Jordan, a W
Dartmouth sprinter. j
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