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THE 'WASHINGTON HERALD. .SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1912.
Mount St. Mary's Eleven Tackles Georgetown on Hilltop To-day
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BALTIMORE AND OHIO
October 1 to 31.
RTFfTlTkT- mr ft two La. Tt-I..
-Station 1:10 and 1:30 p. m. returning
4iuii;uiiiciT aner races.
Full Information at ticket offices,
lath St. and New York Are.: 619 .Pa.
Ave, and "Union Station. S. B. HEGEL
DIst. Pass. At.
e.D. TEAM TO-DAY
Regular Men Will Be Used by Blue
and Gray Coaches Through
out the Struggle. ..
GAME TO BE CAIXED AT 3:30
LINE-UP FOB TO-DAY J
Grot-cetomu UL St. Mary's.
Bera-in left end . .. .H.ltiiran
llesjartr... left tackle . ...Dowdle
Barron.... left-arnard ...McManua
Keller.. ..... center Rice
llnllaaer. . rlsat guard ...Wheatle
IUielnclilld wlstht tackle ...MeHale
Derbr xlht end Sutton
Calnan. ....'. qnarter ..L.McMaana
Murray..-., left bait ....Sheridan
Coatello.... rlE-ht half Letter
Caanpasal... full back . ..Flannery
Referee Mr. Land. Umpire Mr.
This afternoon on the Hilltop gridiron
the Georgetown football team will meet
Mike Thompson's eleven from Emmlts
burg In a game that should prove to be
of great local Interest. Thompson, who
is coaching Mount St. Mary's, has for
years been Intimately connected with
football In this section, and was at one
time coach of Washington College.
The football coach at the Mount Is
noted for drilling his men In purely
original plays, and on this account this
afternoon's game on the West End field
will In all probability develop into a
struggle In which trick plays -will pre
dominate. "Tub" Flannerv. who two years ago
was a member of the Georgetown varsity
baseball team, is captain of the Moun
taineers this season and will lead his
men against the Blue and Gray warriors
this afternoon at 3:30. It seems to be the
consensus of opinion, however, among
the local critics of the gridiron sport that
Flannery and his men -will suffer defeat
by a fairly large margin, but It also
seems very probable that the warriors
from Emmitsburg will put up a strong
argument and shousl make the Hilltop
pers travel for every point Ihey make.
Fast Gamp Expected.
If Georgetown is to apply the white
wash to Mount St- Mary's this after
noon the West End players will have to
be on their guard throughout the entire
struggle, as Thompson's aggregation may
bo expected to spring some trick which
would result in a score for the visitors.
The style of play that Is used by Mount
St. Mary's eleven Is a ery close Imi
tation of that used by the Carlisle In
dians, and It'ls very probable that the
local university's eleven will gain some
valuable pointers this afternoon when
they meet the boys from Maryland,
which will be of great service to them
when tbey line up against the redskins
on the 26th of this month.
The game should be the first real op
portunity that the local football fans
have had to get a line on the strength
of the Blue and Gray eleven this sea
ron,Aa the battle will In all probability
idectSedly closer than the Randolph
Macon game last Saturday. It Is more
than probable that the men that are sent
in to represent ueorgetown at tne siari
of the game will go the entire distance.
as the time has arrived when tne Hilltop
coaches wish to see what their men will
do when they are In the game for the
entire period of play. The game will start
promptly at 3.30 o clock.
GLOOM IN TIGER CAMP.
Princeton Jfot Overconfident of De
feating Lehigh To-day.
Princeton, K. J., Oct. 4. Overconfl
dence connot lose the game with Lehigh
for the Tigers to-morrow, for in spite of
a determined effort to conceal their real
feellncs as to the result of the approach
ing struggle, a gloomy foreboding in the
Tiger camp Is becoming more marked
as the time draws nearer.
Lehigh will break into the Tiger camp
with a veteran team possessing a power
which was clearly demonstrated In a 6
to 6 tie against Princetons champion
stars last year.
The probable line-up: Andrews, 1. E.;
Phillips, L. T.: Shenk. L. G.; Bluethen
thai. C : Logan. R. G.: E. Trackman,
R. T.: Dunlap. R. E.: Emmons. Q ; Pen
dleton, L. H.; Baker, R. H.: Dewitt. -.
First rsce called off; other racra mored up.
FIRST RACE Threo-iear-oMs and upward: aee.
en (tniocrs. Tee SIit. 109 (Jackson), s to 1, won;
Elodii B. 100 (Gnmnl. 10 to l. seoona: natcn aie.
IM (Snider). 4 tn L third. Time, 131 W. Duke
of Bridrewater, Tender. Donation, and Tinj Tun
SECOND RACE Pune: three-jeir-olds and up
ward, seren Imioncs. raneuu Hall. 109 fUondonl
t to 1. won; Tiger Jan. 109 (Mlndon), 4 to 1. sec
ond; Gold Lash. 109 (Jensen), T to 1. third. Time,
121 Rlnda, Mad Rirer, The Dutch Kitten. Sen
ator Hubble, and Inferno (Jueen also ran.
THIRD RACE-Flta furlonrs. Janus, 10 (Drer
er) I to 1. won; Frotacorss. 109 (Jensen), S to I,
second; Ivan Shark. Ill WeArdle). 2 to I. third.
Time, 1:00 3. Burnt Candle, Lsdj Robblns.
Sandmsn. and Rsrell Lata also ran.
FOURTH RACE Three-year-olds and upwird;
six and a half furlongs. Frog. 109 (Minder). 3 to
2, won; Miss Joe. 96 (Snider), 2 to 1. second; Dip
per, 105 (Urerer), o to i. uuru. inns, iiaio.
McAndrews. Curios, and Temmeraee also nn.
FIFTJI RACE Three-year-olda and upward; fire
fnrlonn. Lrialoha, 105 (Drejer). I to I. won;
Miss Jean, 105 (Jensen), 3 to t second; Carris-
sinu, u: (whatle-r). Itol, uura. Time, 053 14.
Blajar. Ingnloo. and Waterwenes also ran.
BIXTU RACE Three-reir-olda and upward: Bre
urlongs. Cbristmaa Dalsr. 103 (Jensen), 6 to won;
Jennie wells, 108 (Drejer), 3 to 1, second: Johnnr
Wise, 1U (Snider). Itol, torn. Time. 110. Al
berta Cor. Jim Malladr. Golden Rubr, Con, and
Descogneta also ran.
SEVENTH RACE Three-Tear-oJd olds and up
ward; fire furlongs. Matre, 107 (Bergen), 1 to L
won: Clal-. 107 (Drerer). 3 to 2, second: Mother.
107 (Griffin), t to 1, third. Time, 1:00. Miss Dulin,
Fleming. Dabomer Bor, Milpltai, lint Aid, and
Irish Town also ran.
By George B. Morris.
First race Incision. Premier,
Second race Knight Deck, Joe
Third raco Pardner, lima,
Fourth race Frog Legs, The
Manager, Dr. Duenner.
Fifth race Housemaid, Mar
Jorle A, Hosseaux.
Sixth race Jacquellna, Amalfl,
Of Coarse He Liked 'Em.
Froni Jodie, f
Uttle Hoosler (to little Boston boy -who
Is visiting him) D'yuh like movln'-plch-
Little Boston Boy If you mean nhnln.
graphic illustrations of animated nature
aispiayea'on a screen; vncn'i'ja.vt. Trlt--neesed
them with somt satisfaction.
POOTBALL GAMES TO-DAY.
Of Local Interest.
Mount St. Man's Ta. Georgetown.
Marjlaod iolti ts. Richmond College.
Central n. Gallaadet Scrota.
Basinets ts. BorbiTiin School.
.. , On Other Gridirons.
Pros ti. Dieklnaon. tt Franklin Meld.
Princeton n. LehJth. it Princeton.
" Yele'TS. Brracdae. at'Xew Raven.
Harrard ra,Holr Croat, at cJmbrldsa.
Cornell n. Oberlla, at Ithaca.
Blown n. Bhbds Island State, at Jrorl-.
Indiana Ta. W. & j), at Washington, Pa.
Dartmouth ts. Maaaadmsetta 8tale,.at
Hanorer. " !
UlchixiB ril Ciie.-at Ann Arbor.-
Lafarette. ts. Bwarthmore, at Easton.
Barrrrord Ta, Delaware, at liarertord.
BdckneU Ta, vTromlnt, at Lewlabcrg.
Amherst n- ColgaU, at Amheret.
Lebanon Taller is, OeUxabarz. at -Oet-
St. John's CoUW ts. ,rtinUin and! Mar
shall, at Lancaster..
Johns liopkina Ta, Karr at Annapolis,
Muhlenberg ts. New Tors CnlTeraUr, at
Ohio Field. i
Starraa ts, Armr at Weatpotot.
RIDING OF L0FTUS FEATURES,
Jockey "tVlna Three Raees, and
Places on Other 3Ionnts.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 4. The riding of
Jockey Loftus was the feature of the
racing at Douglas Park this afternoon.
He brought home three of the winners
as well as finishing Inside the money on
nis oiner mounts.
Tho .ordinary card did not prevent a
large crowd from being on hand. Favo
rites garnered the lion's share of the
Countless, Starbottle, and Wintcrgreen,
overnight favorites In the feature race,
were withdrawn, and only six horses
faced the starter. Play .was divided In
this race between Joe Dlebold, Winning
Witch, and Coy Lad, with the former
ruling a slight favorite In the betting.
Joe Dlebold rewarded the talent by lead
ing all the way and winning by a slight
margin from Winning Witch, with Coy
Lady In third pocket when the wire
FIRST RACE-Two-jTW-oIds: six furlongs. Cm
caught, UC (Buxbn). CT.90. won; Bluebeard. 101
(Andreas). ja.. second: Rooster. IK (Henrr). am.
third. Time, 1:1335. Msxuras. Barsac, Senator
Jsmea. lemma BUI. Jacob llunn. Gold Color, Dr.
Jackson, and Zwirgli aba ran.
SECOND RACL-FiTe and one-half furlongs; two-lear-olds.
Trrce. 109 (Loftus), W 50, won; Old
Woman, 10T (Moleaworlb). U70, aecond; MsdeUe, 107
!ixej, sw, inira. Time, iset-s. Ueulan b
Mariae. Daisy PlaU. and Ella Crsne also ran.
THIRD RACE-FIre and one-halt furlongs; thre-Tear-olds
and upward. Sureget. Ill (Lorlus). $9 3),
woo; Merrick, 119 (Fain), HJB. aecond; DiKjutaaw.
113 (Henrj). (7.90 third. Time. 1 2-S. Joe Stein.
Star Rose. Far O., Sjlreatru, llelene, Gsgnet, and
Gof! of Opblr also ran.
FOURTJt RACE-Three-rcar-eldi and upward; one
mile ana scmitr rsrds. Joe Dlebold, 105 (Goose),
H.W. won; Winning Witch. 91 (Ssirrtn). $190. sec
ond; Cor tad, 97 (McCabe), J2.40. third. Time.
l.M 1 5. Sir Blaise, and l'nn and Polls also ran.
K1JTH RACE-Three-xear-oIds: one and on six
teenth mil. 8ndle. 110 (Fain), t!L3D. won:Cross
orer. 110 (Borel), O.W, second: Belfast. 109 (An
dreas), 9S. third. Tune. 1.1715. Lonia Ksta. Old
Usnk. rort Arlington. Idlewetsa, and New Karen
aim ran. Leather Duster left at l-t.
SIXTH KACK-Ona and ooe-siiternth mQn:
throe-year-olds and upward, srfhng njing Ftct, 109
(Borel). tUO, won; Hanlj, 112 (Conlej), 57J0. aec
ond; t-nartl-r, itn (Henry), c.ro. third. Time, 1.47.
Lore Day, Sly Lad. Sail, and MtCreary alsa ran.
YALE OMITS SCRIMMAGE.'
Goes ThronKh Llsht IVork-ont In
Preparation for Syracuse.
New Haven. Conn.. Oct. 4 Tale omit
ted scrimmage practice to-day because of
the extreme heat and because it is ex
pected that Syracuse will present a
rugged proposition to-morrow. The team
ent behind closed gates an hour, and
most of It was devoted to sham scrim
mage, breaking through on plays with
out roughing or actual clashing.
Capt. Spalding was at the field after
his short tacatlon and said that he felt
better. He will play part of to-morrow's
game, but It not In condition to contest
In both halves.
To-morrow's probable line-up: Left
end. Gallauerss; left tackle. Talbot; left
guard. Cooney: center. Ketcham, right
guard, York: right tackle. Warren: right
end. Avery; quarter back, Cornish: left
half back, Markle; right half hack.
Spalding: full back, Fllnn.
Store Closes at 9 P. M. Saturday.
We Announce the Arrival of
Our New F.all Stock
Never before have we had such astounding values to offer to the public. And as our
business has grown, so have we a wider range of stock this year than ever before.
Our New Fall Stock of Clothes is Complete.
All the Latest Designs and Fabrics in All the Newest Cuts.
We might mention that we have the kind of Hat you want a Stetson, soft, or stiff;
English Crush and Stitched Felts, Imported Plush Finish Crush Hats; in all the latest
shapes and colorings.
We have only to mention "Manhattan" for you toknow what it means. They are the
standard in Shirts, and we have them. The newest, the classiest of all the various patterns.
Gloves the kind you will want to go with the new suit we sell you. We have them
all cut seam, walking, mochas, chamois, dress; Dent's, Fownes', and all the best makes.
Everything for Everybody Every Time
They Want ItIf it's Haberdashery.
NEW YORK AVENUEAT FOURTEENTH ST.
-We Give Votes in The Herald's $25,000 Contest
. RACING CARDS FOB T0-DAY.
FIRST RACE Three-rcar-olda sad .upward; kH-
Cardlff.. ...... ......... ion
Besch Band. 13S
Dr. It- L. Swarinier,
HaUack.... 109 Chilton Queen.....
ttiln. 105 1
SECOND RACE Tnrte-jesr-olils and upward
selling; six furlonga.
TUI11D RACE-Thrcc-rear-olda and upward; oae
mil and seranty raroa.
MnnsieurX - 1M
A dolante...... ......... .104
n' Las. -...- 104
FOURTH RACE-Balumora Handicap; S2.500 add
ed: tbree-yearH(da and upward; ona and one-alx
Lawton Wiggias..... 103 1 Shaekleton Ill
Light o' My Life. 1M I Worth Ill
Dr. Duenner...-. 100 I The Manager. 118
Lahore MS I Frog Lrgi... 13
FIFTH BACE-A11 agea; selling; handicap; all
SIXTH RACE Threoreare-olds and upward: Art
furlongs; selling) one and one-eighth miles.
I Wolferbm .
101 Royal Meteor..
107 I Jacquellna..,..
Amsla. IK I
FIRST RACE Allowance; two rears; Bre and ona-
Rock Bar 103
I'erictrs .... 104 1 8tar of Danube.
ash Vn 101 1 Moral rarE..
(Team 104 The Widow Moon lis
iuwturuum iw i
Nssh Kash and Rosturtium. N. B. Daiia entry.
THIRD RAOE-Selling: threa year-olds and up
ward ;ix furlongs.
i Teme oe juchujc.
Btar Bottle H.. 17
High l-rirxte. 121
Impremion and Crema da Mentha. Hewitt entry.
FIFTH RACE-Threc-jiar-llds and upward; all
Iridi Gentleman., . 107 1 KootenaT. J
Three Jinks ...... 103 j Countless Ill
Jim Baser 103 I Groter Uughra lit
SIXTn RACE-Selllnx: three-yearolda and up
ward; one and ooe-ttiteenth miles.
FII'-ST RACE-nra furtongs: selling.
Jndra Snooks ....... ISITrr Walx.
1 Reine Hindoo 109 I Inclement .
DotlT Bultman 109 I Tb Follies
SECOND BACE-Flie furlongs.
Rati 100 1 Allaneen
Miss Csrdlra lM Spring Steel
St. Agatha 105 I Adrlucbe ,
Ah Noon .. ..... 103LanraA..
THIRD RACE-Setin fnrlongs.
103 I Wns Collins 109
IVira M LuU..
FOCRTn RACE-FIre furlongs.
Ttarrette . . . InSIXila
rurioas". Ill i Wster Welles
Carldma Ul I
FIFTH RACE-FIie furlongv
Itlanc-i-i Frances KB I Iubel Ca
Dint . .
lnea . .. . 1C9 1 Lncetta
IT1I IttiCE-Flt furloTjgs; selling.
r-oncarne 1M I rarillon
True Mrp 1 ' Minnie Bright.....
Mntlier 10Snnlrsna ...
Irlhtown. 1"! IJdr Etna
Krarraft, . . . 10S I Mstre
SEVENTH RACE-FIre furlongi.
Martha Allen..- I
Wld Hnwer 99
I jar Robblna...
KKfliTil i(M;r-sTen luriongs.
lolern Priwrlli .. "CI TOIL
Arprentica allowance cialmed.
3Iercnry Meet St. Peter's.
The Mercury football team, formerly
the Potomacs, will start their season
Sunday, when they line up against the
St Poter's eleven on the Arsenal
Grounds at 2:30 o'clock.
The Mercurys have been working out
ith the Engineers during the past week.
The Mercurys would like to arrange
rimes for Sunday. October II and 20. with
ii-ams averaging 10 pounds. Address A.
Triplett. 511 Eighth Street SouthVest.
Bookies Clean Up in Final Event at
Laurel Ten Point the Best
Scacial to The Washington Herald,
Laurel, Md.. Oct. 4. Those lucky
ginks who had a bet down on Herbert
Turner to win tho last race of to-day's
excellent programme hero cashed In on
the surprise of the day.
Michael AngelO, from the Bedwell barn.
ran second finishing a scant bead be
hind the winner In the feature event of
the afternoon. The bookies cleaned up
on this race as Herbert Turner closed
at 15 to 1, and many bets were laid at
21 to L
Ten Point in the first race for maidens,
quoted at 2 to 1, carried a lot of. Wash
ington money, while Bunch of Keys,
another heavily played nag, finished In
Close finishes marked nearly every
event on the well-filled programme and
a good sized crowd turned out. Sum
maries: Weights for the Baltimore Handicap.
which will feature to-morrow's racing
the Maryland State Fair Association at
Laurel, were announced yesterday. Forty-one
have been named to face the
starter, and notwithstanding that there
will be the usual number of scratches
the field will probably be larger than In
the Inaugural Handicap on Tuesday, in
which fifteen went to the post. By vir
tue of his victory In the opening days
stellar attraction. The Manager, the
property of Mai. Thomas C. McDowell,
must take up the most weaght 128
pounds. Adams Express, Prisclllan, and
Froglegs come next In order. Froglegs
Is to -carry 120 pounds, and he will have
a large following to win the race- for he
was second to The Manager on Tuesday
after being practically left at the post.
John W. Schorr's colt ran a remarkable
race, and his showing In the opening
day handicap will long tie remembered
by those who witnessed It. The weights
are as follows:
Adams Express LK
l.iwtoo tt tggras 103
Irish Gentleman. 1C3
i M MUlrr. IT-
Penobscot.. ............. ?7
Khackleton - HI
(jrltoo i 119
Kupenutloo . .. 110
Hob It 109
Yellow Eye 93
Ir rhienner ....
FIRST RACE-Malden two-year-olds; Are and
half furlongs. Ten Point. HI (McTaggart), 2 to 1.
won; Ambrose, 111 (Butwrtl). J to L second:
Afterglow. HI (Teahan). ! to L third. Time.
1-07 3-5., Sand Hog. Exton. Old Stock. Hester
rrynne. Buncb of Keys, and coin also ran.
StCOND RACE Two yeir-olds; selling; te fur
longs. Old Coin. HI (Small). 13 to L won; Fatty
Grub. 103 (Batwell). Ibl second: Jewel of Asia
100 (Ambrose), S to 1. tfcird. Time. 1JX11-5.
Gersrd. Aunnc Dogwood. Goldy. little nugh.
Schiller. Chuckles, Mamie L., and Ralph Lloyd
THIRD RACE Maiden tbree-ytarolas: one mUe.
Ocean Blue, 107 (Butwell), 5 to I. won; Edith
Inex. Ill (McTaxzart). S to 1 second : Wood Dote,
17 (Dunn). 19 to L third. Time. Ill 1-5. Rene-
gsmbian. Jim Calrrey. Irene uummell. Doormat,
Hngbio Quirm, I'ona Aunorium. anil Gilbert also
FOCRTn RACE Threyear-olds and upward.
one mile. Dr. Dnenner. 106 (Rutwell). 5 to Z.
won. Prince Ahmed. 10S (Brreel. 9 to 19. second
Gates. 97 (Dsries), I to I. third. Tune, 1:3 35
Irkh Kid and Sebego ran.
FIFTH RACE "ti ar-dds and upward, all
furlongs. Towton OS lurme). IS to 5. i
Kate K , 107 (Darin I ul aecond; Caljae. 10S
(Carter). 13 to 1. t!uni. Time. ldl3. Be. Mont
calm. Lady Sybil. Grurap. Onager. tVenna.
Berkeley. Miles O J. and Magartnc also ran.
SIXTH RACE year-oMa and upward; aeil
teg. one, mile ai. a sixteenth. Herbert Turner.
103 (Ambrose). 15 to L won. Michael Angelo. 109
(McTaggart), 11 to S, second; Sly Gal. 101 (Tea
han), l to L iniro. lime, l t; i-a, aiocaey. tn
tnrity. O IT. Ruster, Bouncing Lass, Stairs, Crania,
and Billy Vandcneer also ran.
Kilter Spring Eleien Tteady.
The Silver Spring football team has
organized for the season and would like
to hear from all teams in and around
the District. The line-up will probably
be as follows: H. Thompson, Falconer,
and McKay, ends: GUI and Oberlln.
tackles; Sayer and Johnson, guards; H.
Eslln. center, and Howes. E. Thompson.
Kelly, W. Thompson, McCarthy, and
Black In the back field.
Tho first game will be played with
Walter Reed Hospital, Sunday, October
& For games address J. M Black, Sil
ver Spring Md.
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Snappy weather is close at hand, and we
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Hosiery Underwear Pajamas
In truth, everything the gentleman could pos
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