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Problem For McGraw
Giant Qjief Is Up AgaitKt It aad Must Make Strate
. fie Choice ot Htirier To-day Marquard
Br WILLIAM PBBT.
Nw Tork. Oct IX The scene shifts
back to New Tork to-morrow aad the
majority of Impartial spectators are hop
ing that 'the curtain will be runs; jtown
aner anoiner view 01 ine roio urounae.
for .world's series, no -matter how In
teresting or how hard fought, are bound
to grow tiresome. Moreover, Boston has
proven it has the better ball club and
the Impartial persons mentioned abore
cannot see what good It will do to ex
tend the agony much longer. '
It may be said without fear of con
tradiction from New Tork or elsewhere
that John McQraw la up against It He
knew It yesterday morning when Rich
ard Marquard confessed to a sore arm
and Charley (alias Jeff). Tesreau in
formed him that a split finger on hi
pitching hand was bothering him con
siderably. There was one thing for McGraw to do
yesterday. That was to pitch Matty.
He had no other choice unless be wanted
to forfeit the series, for no one else was
available except the unreliable Ames.
the fading George Wlltse and the pecu
liar Otis Crandall. who can finish but Is
unable to start. The question Is: "What
will the "Little Napoleon' do to-morrow
Will he try Marquard and the sore arm
or Tesreau and the split flngerT
However he decides, the Giants will go
Into the game almost bereft of hope,
for they have now seen a real Boston
pitcher outside of Joe Wood and there
Is no longer the belief in the New Tork
camp that Wood Is the only obstacle be
tween the National League and triumph.
Perhaps the Giants will win to-morrow,
but If they do. what will be left to them?
If they defeat O'Brien or Collins, they
will know full well that Wood and Beat
ent are lying In wait to face them on
Tuesday and Wednesday. They must
take- three straight games or the losers'
end of the purse. After what happened
to them yesterday, most of them have
become accustomed to the 12,600, and have
quit figuring on the big slice.
This series, so far, has been unique in
many ways. For one thing, there has
been the weather. It was foggy yester
day and cloudy the day before at the
Polo Grounds. But It has been warm all
the time. In fact, there was only one
day on which overcoats were not uncom
fortable. Then, too, the scores have been
uncommonly close. Only one of the de
cisive battles waa won by a margin ot
more than one run. Wood's 3-to-l victory
In New York on Friday was the most
one-sided, aa far as tallies are concerned,
and nobody la calling S-to-1 games one
sided these days.
The set looks to the writer: The Red
Sox possess more class, and have been
playing against all brands of hard luck.
To be sure, they haven't been hitting as
hard as they can. but have been hitting
all the time. Thts was especially true In
yesterday's game, when they kept slam
ming away at Matty through most of the
Innings, and were able to collect only
live safe ones. There were more hard
Boston drives than In any of the other
struggles, and yet the Sox accumulated
less hits. Boston has not played its best
game. The Giants, on the other hand.
have looked better than at any time
they faced the Cubs during the National
League season. They have shown more
spirit, have batted harder against fairly
rood Dltchlnc. and have fielded more
cleanly and sensationally than in their
Jinx Pinien Doyle.
There has been but one hard luck mem
ber of the New Tork Club in this en
gageroent. and he is McGraw's best ball
player. Larry Doile. Fielding beautiful!'
at times, he has been unfortunate In his
defensive work on several occasions and
has hit in worse luck than any one else
in the series, with the possible excep
tion of Trls Speaker. Herxog and Mur
ray have been the New York stars. The
former may be branded a horseshoe ball
player, but he certainly has set the pace
for his side, and if the others had been
able to keep it up. the Giants would not
now be up against an apparently hope
The series has been the biggest one.
financially, yet staged. All kinds of rec
ords have been broken. The players of
both clubs will get more money than
was eer before handed them. The mag
nates will profit proportionately. The
attendance mark in New York has not
been broken, but It has almost been tied
twice. Boston set a new crowd record
Thursday and beat It yesterday. There
has been less talk of ticket scalping
than ever, and It haa been easier for the
real fans to secure seats.
The Giants came over from Boston last
night. The Sox will arrive here at 11
o'clock this evening. To-morrow's crowd
promises to be huge, although It will
hardly come up to the other two. The
Royal Rooters of Boston are expected
early In the morning, for they do not
want to miss the chance to gloat If their
favorites clinch the title in this town.
Among the disquieting rumors of to
day was one to the effect that the ball
players of the two teams have asked
the national commission for permission
to play an exhibition game of the se
ries at Cincinnati, or some other remote
port, for the benefit of the new players
association. A better scheme than this
bas been suggested, however. It Is that
the two teams sign up with some good
vaudeville circuit and play the big towns !
the rest of the winter, just as Tommy
Murphy and rai Moore used to fight.
Another rumor waa that the ball play
ers wanted the magnates to give them
part of the proceeds of the fifth game
en account of the tie game, which tie
the players allege, was In no wise due
to negligence on their part. Old Oliver
Twist was a 100 to I shot In his demand
for more gravy, compared to the chances
of this baseballish requisite, k If Mar
quard should win to-morrow Tesreau
will get his third crack at the Sox In
Boston Tuesday, If Tesreau should then
win, Matbewson would undoubtedly pitch
the deciding game here next Wednes
day, and the passenger agent of the
New Haven and Hartford would rejoice
exceedingly v thereat.
All this is not Impossible, but we do
not guarantee that It will take place. 'A
line-up with so many "lfs" always looks
weak gainst a S to I lead. How
ever, the Giants have won three games
In a row before against clubs playing
better ball than Boston, and there la no
ttason why they shouldn't do It again,
tside from the Red Sox.
EXHIBITION GAMES. .
At Chicago: - R.H.E.
Cubs 00000130 X 4 7 0
White Sox.. 000001100-283
Batteries Reolbach and Archer; Walsh
and Sullivan. Umpires Owens, and Con-
, At 8t Louts: '-R.H.E.
Cardinals. 1.11,10 1 M0 M 7 :
Browns t M I 0.0 I M t-t 1 1
.mi jwsbiisiisii: nin
PITCHERS WOSBT HDL
Manater o the New Tort Giant. bo it up (but
it for a hurirr to fare the Red Sox to-dir.
Pitches Against Semi-pros and Col
lects $220 Nick and Dutch
Also Cash In.
Sprdil to The Wathlngton Herald.
New York. Oct. 11 Walter Johnson,
the Nationals great pitcher, gave the
fans of Brooklyn a treat this afternoon
when he headed a team styled Johnson's
All-Americans and defeated the crack
Suburban Athletic Club on the Brooklyn
grounds 13 to 3. Johnson allowed but
four hits, fanned fifteen, and rapped out
two home runs himself. An enormous
crowd turned out to witness the combat
Over on the Bronx Oval, In New York.
Nick Altrock and Germany Schaefer had
a team in action called the Altrock
Schaefer Stars and were beaten by the
Bronx Athletic Club in a good game
4 to 1. Altrock pitched six innings and
Schaefer the remaining three.
Washington plajers find it profitable
to stick around New York and pick up
the loose change these das. Johnson
was paid the sum of C20 for his two
hours work this afternoon, while Schae-
fr and Altrock pulled down 113 each.
Says He Is in Good Shape and Finn
in Conviction that He Will
By RUBE MARQUARD.
New York, Oct. IX To-morrow Is the
day that I will forever put the "q. t.'
that eleven-thousand-dollar lemon title,
and the day that will put the Giants on
the road to three successive wins, and
the worlds championship for the jear
of 1912 which proves that it's going to
be some day.
when I was a mere slip of a lad my
mother schooled me never to boast about
myself. I have" never forgotten it, either:
but I think it is my duty to my team
mates, to Manager McGraw, and to the
local Giant fans, to announce that I am
fit and ready to bring another victory to
If I were not in shape to pitch I
would not go in. and though my arm
was a little kinky in my work-out to
day, and I feared at first that I wouldn't
be right for to-morrow's game, all
the soreness left my arm after a while,
and to-night it felt like a million dollars.
There is only one thing that may cost
me the game. The Giants must give me
a run. You know no pitcher can win un
less the men behind score at least one
man. Take that game Saturday in Bos
ton. Matty pitched the very best game
of his life, but could not win because
the Giants couldn't score a couple of
I don't believe I will need over otte
run to win to-morrow, but I will stake
my end of the world's series money on
myself if the Giants will give me a pair
of tallies, I wish McGraw would make a
couple of changes in his team for to
morrow's game. He ought to make a
shift in his outfield and also make one
change In his Infield.
I would like to see Harry McCormick
working In that outfield. Not that I be
lieve he is any better fielder than Mur
ray, Devore, Snodgrass, or Becker, but
he Is a bear with that old stick. I think
he is the most dangerous hitter In the
country, and McGraw certainly needs to
have some hitting behind his pitchers if
am confident that Larry Doyle will hit
his batting stride to-morrow, and If he
does I will get the two runs that I wlU
need to win my game.
VIGILAHTS WIN ITBST.
Defeat Fort Wnshln-rtoa Eleven by
43 to O.
The VIgllants defeated the Fort Wash
ington eleven yesterday, 43 to 0, in the
first game of the season at Union
"Cuppy" Farmer's slxty-flve-yard run
was ine reai ieaiure-oi ine game, al
though the entire Vigilant team was
well drilled In the rudiments of the
game. Line-up and summary:
BiacUlt. T K.
McEtfmh. U T.
Boms, U G.
Allen. B. G.
Dunn, I K.
Smith. L. T.
Tbaau, L. a.
Lane. B. d.
tttatwr.. K. T.
lteraohb, & E.
H00- ft.'u H. B.
J2SW- & 8.
chafler, K. B.
'Turner. U.H. B.
Lacarlocl. It H. R.
McKmsle. .CapC-P. B.
CUBB, j. Jf.
ShilMrlliil TTimm.i far ffliM-faiv Vf.n c t
roab. Ellis forHsll. Aniarica foe' Bonn, BenoUs
for Aatttta, HeUaad for Batan. Ruler tar Alice.
rukertor 6tlwrt. CHter hrSiiUi. iSa fir dS
can. Chateau for Oman. Ttwebdoena-Finaer
hn wmw. ma i
Keant'tZ). nrsar a).
Fraa the rhuadehila Inqolrer
That Socialist who 'refused to wed a
woman "because she 'would (not promise to
obey takes the matter too seriously, it
to us. Bappose she did? It would
m ntr preroaauva to eaaaga her
HEW YORK VICTORY
TOfM la! BOOST .
Meyers SUtes that McQraw lopes to')
Play lejuiaiafOames, if Hec
entry, at Polo Grounds.
By "CHIEF" MEYERS.
New York, Oct, 11 Any. time a des
perate guy is backed up In a corner, look
out for a real fight. That Is Just the
position of the New York Giants. The
odds are against us greatly against ui
three games -to one but we will never
strike our flag tilt the last man is out In
the last Inning ot the. last game for the
Luck has played against us every dsy
of the series so far. It will figure dou
bly for or against l us to-morrow. .Mc
Graw haa a proposition, however, that
may turn the tables in our favor. The
rules which govern the series-state spe
cifically that the scene of the seventh
game. If one la, necessary must be de
cided by lot previous to the beginning
ot the sixth contest. Wherefore, If we
have any luck In the cast, that tie game
between Matty and Collins. Hsll and
Iledient' will give us the advantage of
home Influence for at least two games In
a row, provided we do not drop out of
the fight to-morrow.
Toaa May Decide IMace.
McGraw will Insist before the start of
to-morrow's game upon flipping a coin
to decide the place of Tuesday's battle.
If it Is necessary. He believes It possi
ble to have all three remaining games,
11 the series should go to eight con
testa, at Brush stadium. Should he .win
out for the seventh game. It would still
be necessary to toss for the final. While
our manager hid not consulted with the
national commission on this point, he
bas-carefully studied the laws governing
the world's series, and decides that this
august body lias no right to order Tues
day's game in Boston. This is a point
that McGraw has kept to himself and
our players as a final bomb for Jack
Stahl and his legion.
Joe Wood and Hugh Bcdlent are the
only Red Sox pitchers who have beaten
us. Bedlent Is a young fellow none too
sturdy physically, and after his tough
game of Saturday I do not believe he
will be able to recuperate for further
action. Wood, ot course. will have lo
be encountered again. He had to be
favored more or less by luck to get
away with two games.
Wood Star Start.
Stahl may start -his best bet against us
to-morrow hoping to terminate the se
ries at once, and I sincerely hope he
docs for I doubt if he can repeat the
work of his two starts.
I look for another southpaw duel to
morrow between Rube Marquard and
Ray Collins. Marquard should have no
difficulty whipping Collins if he gets any
sort of support. In case "Rube" doesn't
wsrm up Just right Jeff Tesreau will be
ready to start, and I think he will work
better than he haa against Wood, in
either of bis starts. Last time out he
had his first two fingers Injured by a
pitch back. This handicapped him for
By GEORGE B. MORRIS.
First Race Smash. Gerrard.
Second Race 'Coy. Sandvale.
Third Race Joe Knight, Sher
wood. Kate K.
Fourth Race Carlton G , Guy
Fisher, Prince Ahmed.
Fifth Race 'Amelia Jcnks,
Sixth Race Royal Meteor, Su
pervisor, Michael Angelo.
Ithaca. N. Y.. Oct. 11 That the Cor
nell football team Is beginning to find
itself, snd from now on may be expected
to show a little knowledge of football.
seems to be the expression of the coaches
based on the Ithacans resumption of vigor
in the second half or yesterdays game.
At Penn State Saturday Cornell faces
her first formidable team, and the out
look is none too bright. It Is hoped that
Capt. Butler may be able to get into the
line-up this week. Whyte, center and
halt back, who was hurt In the Oberlln
game, is expected to get into the Une-up,
while Underfill! win begin playing full
back for the scrubs in some ot the scrim
mages. SENSATIONAL HALF BACK.
-Casta fay KB. BBa
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JSJk- i..SeaBflBTflPs oyl 1
Joe Engel in
NatkikYoiwg Pitdwr Abating' Hike ThonptOB
with Emmitsbur Etevw Bwiness Play
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AaBUmiG BC THOMPlWr.
Nationals' jnufif pudier. who Is hripios Mike
Tncmpxai cctcb tbe Moist St. JIu foMDtu
ROB DOYLE PLAYS
. 60RDAN TO-DAY
Fast Tennis Match Expected in Co
lumbia Club lourney Doubles
When Spencer Gordan and F"b Doyle
meet this afternoon In the finals In the
tennis tournament now In progress at
the Columbia Country Club, one of the
best matches of the year Is expected.
Dole is rated as one of the best
racquet welldert In the District, while
Gordon Is a star of the first rank. The
winner of this match will meet the win
ner In the lower half for the champion'
shin of the club.
Gould will meet the winner of the
Chesley-Ruan match, while Lee McCiung
will take on the winner of the Ceates
Trumbull battle. Lee McCiung Is ex
pected to win his game, which will put
him against the winner of the Gordan
Spencer combat for the title. Lundy will
play the winner of the Mapes-Leets
match In the final match of the day.
The tournament had drawn large
crowds, and aa the tennis committee of
the club fias left no stone unturned to
make this a banner affair, another mon
ster crowd Is expected this afternoon.
Twelve courts are being used, nnd the
racqueters say that they are in great
shape. Saturday forty-two took part In
the play. In thirty-one matches.
This afternoon, the tennis committee
will announce the drawings in the
doubles and the consolation singles.
About twenty-five are expected to take
part in the consolation singles, while
thirty-four play in the doubles
DRAWN SOCCER GAME.
Captain' and Vice- Captains Teams
Play 4 to 4 Tie.
In the last practice game of the Wash
ington Soccer Club, which was played at
Rock Creek Park yesterday afternoon,
the teams that were picked by the ex
pert coaches of the club and were
dubbed as "Captains," csptslned by
Duncan Morton, and "Vice Captains,"
captained by John McGlnt). played a
draw game, the score standing st the
end of the two thirty-minute halves
1 to 4. Line-up and summary:
Wricht. It. B.
Krnor. L B.
V.n It. H. B.
W. llnxro. C H
Mr.Vlter. L H. B
iMlhrntone. O. L.
Kerne I L.
Urtrr. fi.. C f
Nrlann. U. R.
Htradmmn. (t .
him. K. B.
H. Brown, L. B
l.odnunn. It 11. B.
Ctunen, O. H
Cifebrric, L. H. B.
'cllim. O. U
ltrerr. I. L.
McUintr C V.
Petrte. 6. B,
Godsun. BnsB. Reeve.
Nrlfirn. Lrckrr. ar. Linemen Souls, Maufe.
ol nilTT 31 minnlei.
President Lynch Orders Protested
Game Thrown Oat,
New York, Oct. IS. In a decision made
public to-night. President Lynch, of the
National League, upheld Pittsburg's pro
test against Chicago on the game ot Oc
tober 2. when Catcher Cotter, ot the
Cubs, batting out of bis turn in the tenth
Inning, made a single which won (the
game. The game was thrown out ot th
record. President Lynch gave out tre
official standing of the league as fol
ew Tork ....i.... in
St. toots .'. 0
WAVERLTT WINS ONE.
Defeats St. Peter's In Fast Game by
T to O.
In a fast and exciting game the Wa
verly football team defeated the fast St.
Peter's eleven yesterday. 7 to 0. With
the 'ball on the three-yard line, St. Pe
ter's took a decided brace, and Waver ly
resorted to a forward pass. A perfect
throw, Thorpe to O'Meara, resulted in a
Next Sunday at 3 s. mj at the Arse
nal, the Waverlya meet the Mercurya. A
good game is expected, as there Is a
strong rivalry between these two teams.
Tlrton. h. K.
nolle. L, T.
Hie. L O.
8nlta. ft. C.
Unn It T.
CS, B. O.
atajnew. v b.m
. Q. &
. ICh. B.
O.J. B. B
i. F. B.
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Smith. Referee-Mi. Daass,. Osastsa.- Canbe-
Mt. Grace. YHuaata HiwWMulai Taw for
Kjaa, McDonald fctUs, toot fat Bittaam.
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By' C. W. SWAN.
Joe Engel,-the Rational' young hurler.
and former. Mount St. Marra Tootball
star, is assisting Coach Hike Thompson
with the Emmltsburg eleven. Engel
made quit, a reputation while playing
with the Blue add White aggregation,
and as be is attending the college at
preseat, Mike Thompson lost no time li
having him get out on the field' with
the team. '
It will be remembered that It was
Engel who put up such a clever game
against the Catholic University eleven
at Brookland last year, and that he will
be of great' assistance to Coach Thomp
son goes without saying. Thompson la
oae of the best coaches and authorities
on athletics In the East, and It Is 'a cer
tainty that Joe will be In tip top shape
when he reports to Manager Griffith at
Charfbttesvllle next spring, as ha will
also assist Thompson with the basket
v Business lines up against the Cathe
dral School team to-morrow on the
Cathedral School gridiron, and a' rattling
good game Is looked for. Coach Green
baa a light, but fast team at the Ten
qillytown Institution, while Business will
put a heavy aggregation on the field.
The same team which started the Georg
town Prep game last Thursday will start
to-morrow for Business. The game will
be started at ZM o'clock.
Independent football got its start yes
terday when the VIgllants defeated the
Fort Washington eleven at Union League
Park. O lot According to all reports
of the game, the VIgllants will put a
much faater team on the field this year
than the one which won the Independ
ence championship last season. Manager
Oliver! Is booking games with some of
the best teams In the East, snd, the foot
ball fans of the Capital are sure of see
ing some fast battles at Union League
Park this year. All games will be
played on Sundays.
The Mercury Athletic Club bids fair to
make the VIgllants look to their laurels
this year. Yesterday the Engineers held
the Mercurys to a scoreless tie. although
outweighing the clubmen by fully twenty
pounds to the man. With a little coach
ing, the Mercurya will be ready to tackle
the best teams in this neck of the woods,
and It Is planned to have some fast club
from Baltimore stack up against the lo
cals Sunday a week.
The managers of the Independent foot
ball teams -are reouested to send the ac
counts of their games to the sporting
editor ot The Wsshlngton Herald. The
games will be published, as will the
schedules and other news pertaining to
the local gridlronera Write on one side
of the paper only. All matter must be In
The Herald office not later than 1p.m.
Mercnrya and Enalneera Rattle ta
Although outweighed twenty pounds to
the man the fast Mercury A. C. played
the Engineers to a scoreless tie on the
Arsenal gridiron yesterday. The Winged
Footers missed several opportunities to
score when Gray failed to kick goal.
Hale's end running, O'Leary's and
Buckholz's defensive work and Espey's
short tackle gains were the features.
Story, Douglas and Williams played well
for the Engineers. Line-up and sum
Uttle. U K.
-UcW. L. T.
Prcraun. L. G.
Hnr, Ion. H. G.
EHKTT, it. T.
J JlrAbor B. E.
ll&rk. u. B
HutnuUb L H B.
Wtlliim. It. H. B.
htorj. V. B.
Vrrten. u K.
ThomiL L. T.
Bnhlrr. L IS.
J. Ktre. O.
Bertholtl. It. G.
B. rnr. B. T.
Grar. It. E.
uernoida, u. h.
fcrT. U B. B.
Hilr. ILK. R.
O Lrarj. Y. B.
Field srnli mlawd Grar. Stnrr. RrferreMr. Me-
Dmald. Potoraara. Umrfre Mr. J. IIU11, Engineer.
Htwl linmnau-Mr. Blish. Muunt St. Marr.
Ttmfktrjr-Mr. Flrfei 8ubttitutr-FIidrai for
Bnhlrr. ne Chard for FldoVwp. rrsan for Back-
hoiu. Tune of quarter 10 mlnutm.
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THIS IS, LADIES' DAY AT
A ALL LADIES ADMITTED FREE
A HANDSOME SOUVBXIaT SATO PKOGRAMMB ?aMCSat3fTSCD
. TO BACH LADT.
POSITIVELY-KO CHILDREH WILL BE ADMRTO.
SIX OR MORE RACES EACH DAY
STEEPLECHASE RACES EVERY OTHER DAY.
..v K?E. 9t JVA5ACK SRt-HWO WAKE, SLSM ADBRD.
SIX FURLONGS, WILL BE RUN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ItTE.
THK.'?.H.,I!,"A!fD,c-p- ADDED. ONE MILE AXD
ONE-EIGHTH, WILL BE BUN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1STH.
TBK3V3SS rj WOHIjrrS SERIES BASEBALL GAMES
WILL BE POSTED BY INNINGS ON A LARGE SCORE
BOARD VVERY DAY.
Really Classy Scarfs
I am featuring a line of Knitted Silk Scarfs every pat
tern of which is a direct copy of the best two-dollar designs
wide range of colorings and fine quality of silk.
the price is $1.00.
In another assortment are reproductions of regular dol
lar effects and every thread is pure silk knitted with skill
and shaped with good taste.
the price is 50c.
Louis Hirsh Nine-twelve F Street
In soft and stiff cuffs. All the leading Fall patterns. .$1.50 and up
$1.00 Accordion Silk Knit Ties 66c
Stetson Hats, in soft 'and stiff models $3.50
Come in and try one on.
12SI PMu. Ave. B.W.
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This is the Place.
B.eher -Kiif nan Ct.
9I1-S09fth Street S.E.
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There Is Satisfaction In
Good Workmanship. Correct Styles.
Perfect Fit. and Exclusive Designs
Are What Our Reputation Is Built
on. Our WORK Is Right and Our
PRICES Are Right.
Max Needle & Co.
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Our Stock of Teas
There Is no one article that you want
with a better flavor, more delicious, or
agreeable than the tea you sene. We
offer you the best.
Rldrway'a 5 o'clock Tea .75c
Capitol Household Tea 50c
WE DELIVER IT.
1IU 14tb SL N.W. rbMelorthlli
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Fasnbltna In V. P. I. Game
Princeton, N. J Oct, IX A general
feeling of satisfaction over the exhlbl-
Hon of football put up by the Tigers
Baaataat Virginia Tech Saturday Is re-'-nrMwfl
tivr nnlv fo thlnw TVMltient
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tumblings and the great over-confidence.
Never before this season has the
Princeton players shown such loose work
In handling the ball. At times It seemed
to amount! almost to Indifference on
their part, and led many to fear It aa a
symptom of overconfldence. There is -a
general fee ting' among 'he undergradu
ate .that a-defaat or. at best, a narrow
escape Tronvbetng humbled, would be the
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O. SPECIAL TSin
ICE DIRECT TO PARK IN 3 MIN-
Trataa leave Uatea Starts 111 m,
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The Best and Safest Gun for the
Sportsman Is the
We are selling; many this fall. It IS
a dandy double-barrel, high-class snin.
Come in an see our stock.
GEORGE A. EMMONS
Successor to Wm. Warner.
207-207 L2 Pa. Avaf S. E.
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We Will Give Fee
with each Gun at
Aajents for all
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