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f)ed1ott;l 'llPPery'by eeawea
rains nJurlng tk day, the Vara Academy
iron-from Western; Baserve? here; tM
The game was largely .aTklcklna-Suii
between taaHcrtfrtot "ItM&faiuU
Vlhniu anditinard. of the'Narv. afcd
honors, -jere,igoersifir 'Teij.'T butthe
sopvnor GsxTwios; wmY' v& a nir
back gaVe'the JocsJ-,esjn" the-radra;
tare, and 'It. 'worked the-baU.wlthlnrRe-
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fijm 'ir-gm w ,.w,. w. w-
'In the second'.iuarter;.a1-,fonrard pass
fromrodm-to Harrison.-the latter be
ing inside Reserve's goal Tine,' secureq
ih onlv touehtfown of1 the .srsine. .and
f Brown ldckad'thaspaU f ."""
Tnerewas,utue aovaniagca paring me
whole sttond half, and 'neither goal line
waa seriously threatened, -. '
The game was "scheduled for 'to-morrow,
but' was cancelled as an official
contest oo.Jaccount of 'the -death 'of Vice
Sherman,, However., the Westerners had
arnveo..anajtiwaa.iet inat.it -wouiape
unfair 'not to glye them a contest, so
the game waa' hurriedly arranged! for. this
afternoon. - - - . ' '
Hard rain fell during most of the morn
ing and "at" Interval, during -the -game
ana irom the standpoint of the Mia
shlmen. It was rather a gloomy affair.
as handclapplng was the only mark of
approval allowed, an order against cheer
ing during the game being announced.
The line-up and summary:
Wertam Home, . Xtnl Acidemr.
8tnn. L. R
Vaughn. 1 T.
Brown. B. a
lUdmM. B. T
(.Urtirttt, R. K.
NlcholH. Q B. .
Incnhmm, B. H. B.
Uuriton. f. B.
T: Wertan Berne, a
Portman, f. G.
Wall. B, O.
IjOTC tt. x.
Hanlor. B. IV
Landsref. L 11. B.
HpnmcT, B. H. B.
Price. F. B.
aootw aral Academy,
Toochdown HaiTlasn. Goal ban tooetidowB--Bivvn.
Sabctitationa-Jevctt far Strouiv Jnu for Bowman.
Fox for WeUi. Bocklnaoo for Laodgnce, Fortman
for Price, Latimon for Bedmaa, Xnfram for Cook,
Bate for N Uarrlaocu BferM-Mr. UoOabr. John.
Hocklna. Cmcirc Mr. 8teIImrarck. John Hop
kins. Heaa linesman Ur, Bowlr, WeKcm Bawjrre.
Tim of perioda-li 10, 13 and a mlnutn.
FAST GAME EXPECTED.
Meridian and Mercnrys Clash To
morrow nt Capital City Parle
The fast Mercury Athletic Club foot
ball team will line up against one of
the fastest aggregations In the District
to-morrow at Capital City Park, North
Capitol and L, Streets, when the Merid
ians, a team composed of former high
school and college stars, take the field.
The Meridians have been defeating
some of the best teams In the District
this season, and a hard game Is ex.
pected. Coach Johnny Smith, of the
Mercurys, has been drilling the men all
week In several new trick plays and
formations, and It Is expected that
greatly Improved eleven it 111 take the
field to-morrow. The Meridians hae
the Rawllnss brothers in the backfleld.
and as this trio Is known as three of
the best backs in the District, some fast
and spectacular playing Is booked. The
game will start promptly at 2.30 o'clock.
Prior to the big game the Spartans
will hook up with the Dixie A. C. one
of the strongest 130-pound aggregations
In the East.
FRATERNITY DEFEATS 0AKM0HT
O. A. C. Loses to Heavier Opponents
In Scrappy Game, G to O.
The Oakmont A. C. lost to the Fra
ternity A. C. a combination of the best
players of the Neptune A C. and the
former Fraternity A. C, In a ell-fought
game at the grounds of the O. A. C. at
Eighteenth and Taylor Streets North
west. The offensive work of Belcher
and Cunningham, and the defensive
work of Meyers and Merchant were the
features of the game.
The Oakmont A. C still has a few
open dates upon Us schedule and would
like to arrange games with any team
averaging from 110 to 120 pounds In the
city, especially the Calverts and Church
of the Ascension. Address all commu
nications to R. Galloway, 1ST Irving
Street or to V. L. Kebler. 1E2 Park
Tale Croas-eonntry Team Wins,
Ntew Haven, Conn., Nov. 1 Tale de
feated Princeton, 18 to 39, In their an
nual crocs-country run this afternoon.
Three Tale runners, Capt. Clark. Gullll
rer, and Frost, finished first, well
bunched, although Stlckney, of Prince
ton, who reached home fourth, pressed
them closely. The race was run In a
drenching rain, and the roads were deep
with mud. The time of Capt. Clark, IS
minutes and 30 seconds, was remarkable,
under the conditions. The distance was
six and a half miles.
Report from Ntw Orleans air that all record, for
attendance win be broken when Ad Wolfut and
Joe Mandot, the 8oathem Ught-weicht champion,
meet In a conteat for the title nut Mondar. The
boxers are hard at work and the training camp are
crowded each day with interested spectator. Wol.
cast cararallj bold, the attention of the fans, bat
Mandot does not want for admirers The Southern
followers ha? already made np their minds that
the championship of the lightweight daaa win rest
snuglr In New Orleans after next Mondar nlgfaL
Mandot has been showins wonderful form in train
ing, and grows in faror dailr as the contest draw
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Yale 'Iraily Hew ;iyi Gridiron
. , .' York's life. t
New Haven, Conn., Nov. Omitting'
all football work again to-day, the' Yale
quad, the football officials, and the en
tire sophomore class crowded Battel
Chapel this afternoon to attend the
funeral of Theodora York, the football
guard who died Wednesday night. The
services were conducted by President
Hadley and Secretary Stokes, of the uni
To-night the remains were taken to
Maine for Interment.
Telegrams of condolence have been re
ceived from the football associations of
Harvard, Princeton, and several other
universities. The Tale Dally News to
day bitterly attacked the report that
football even remotely caused York's
death. Editorially. It says:
"A somewhat general rumor has spread
abroad that the sad death of Theodore
Woodbury York was caused Indirectly
by his having played football. This Is
not true. The physicians who attended
tba case said that what effect football
had was rather to prolong York's life.
We would have this rumor among us
stopped. It tends only to inflame the
sorrow that we all feel keenly."
A statement was made to-night by one
of the physicians in charge of York's
case, asserting that football alone ena
bled him to make the brave fight for life
he continued for ten days against double
pneumonia. He said:
"Only for York's SDltndld chysical con.
dltlon, due to football, he coJld not have
withstood the pneumonia half as long as
he did after being attacked.
The team learned to-night that it will
be Impossible for "Doc" Cornish to play
again this season. Till he was injured
lsst month he waa the leading candidate
for quarter back. A tendon in his heel
has been so badly bruised that It will
reaulra several more weeks for recovery
The entire coaching squad. Including
Howe. McDevitt, Scully, Vaughan. and
Heffelflnger. left this morning for Boston
to attend the Harvard-Princeton game.
Most of the regular team will eo the
battle In Cambridge to-morrow.
PEBUSY FEABS STATE ELEVEN.
QBakers Hoping: for the Best In Bis-
Game This Afternoon.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1. The University
of Pennsylvania football warriors, who
are stopping at Media, were sadly disap
pointed with the existing weather condi
tions to-day. and had to be content with
signal drills In civilians' clothes on the
spacious porch, sheltered from the driz
zling rain and the northeast wind. Late
in the afternoon the Red and Blue had a
light work-out on the soggy golf links.
Pennsylvania win line up as in tne .La
fayette game. Minds will give the sig
nals, but It relieved from the game,
Craig will be allowed to pilot' the eleven.
Penn's coaches fear Bute's heavy team,
particularly on a wet field, and, though
hoping for the best, are anything but
The State College warriors arrived here
early to-day and went out to the White
Marsh country ciud, wnere tncy naa
SOWN THE ALLEYS.
ABCADE dcckfin LXAODn.
Int. 21. 3d.
1M. 31. M.
W 10 1M
sr lot lis
.. .. 96
Mann US 1
Uraper........ 106 M lit
Koirm.. ....... S7 M SS
Miller. 112 UK 110
Total! 513 CO 183
PATENT EXAMINERS' LEAGCE
Preston 1S 141 1CS
Spencer 136 V 158
Mchoflcld 1M Iff! SO
Gourlrr...... lH 117 1C
Loeffler. 21 CJ 131
Totals 7T6 S3B 636
Laauror. r 1 IS!
Waters. . I'D lt 1st
Spare .. 10S 6S T
Shaffer 1st 135 132
Fire, ... 117 1S7 132
Total. IS 671 MT
SOUTHWESTERN DUCKPIK LEAGUE.
rlantr 5 93 1
?ninn. IIT St 80
rarer ...... 00 SI M
Gallrher..... Ill 110 10S
Ocorge... 103 86 102
Totals 513 00 E
Lamrte T5 Tl 1
Rober..- 90 73
Damera .... 103 01 lit
rtermaulon. 90 119 116
Allrn. 101 1M 93
Totals. s: ct a;
T. M. a A DOCKPIJJ LEAGUE,
Wood H Tl 91 Mansfield .... Tl IB
Harris S5 100 tl DalT. SI TS
Cornell . 8 K I Osbom.... 105 94 HI
Total. DO r0 311 Totals. 360 SS 13
CARROLL COCXCIL (K. OF C) LEAGUE.
Wataon . 91 74
Ferrr . 1M 90
Rimontna..... SO 91
KiW..... 1S IIT
Kennedy..... ee w x.
MeCann . 93 K 106
Katea. 94 gl 91
smith. - ts rr us
91 ao lot
Total. 457 431 IS)
465 SJT 431
Heisler J j 8
Pierce S 100 96
Herbert....... SS 9T 106
Mnrphr....... lei 93 l
Jpne...... ico no 93
Lnders, 95 10
Bifid. US t( MS
Mcxaror.... sz ax sr
Braabears... SS 93 g
Totals. 44! m W
4TT 47 4j9
COMUXBCIAL DDCKFIJf LXACCE.
Hew. ItiHn. rv.
Mnler T. lit t 110
Abbott. OS t 100
Hirer. 1 1J fl
Bowser. .. Ill S3 99
Totals Sa 457 489
Murrar...... 105 fl 1(4
E Foster. 101 71 101
Heinie ....... 105 r
J. rower.... in n it
Dnexett, 90 M 101
.Totals, , at 43 ue
KATIOKAL CAPrTAL DbcKPIK LEAOUX.
n.Wmrtn. 113 93
Oosfinert . n
Oeracl......... MI lor
Roberts.. 1)3 '!
Lewia..... .97 111 111
';nUt &) K 10
gtarr. in in 107
Krausa. .. 1 115
Total.... 130 971 Si
Total. 491 N 47
O. P. O
Ward.........lJl 1 1" K
Johnson KT 1S 145
5reV. ret 132 1T1
Bier ... l 1H 13S
Mirtler. W V W
Totals. T7 m T9J
rnoke. 144 m li
Shaffer 164 ISO 190
mon...' 1 IX 1M
pslrliah... in jh jat
asucnsasv. m 147 145
TfJ n S3
WASHINGTON RT. RaXtXT ASSOCIATION.
. , HacaasieaL
fWer ........ hi m ijg
Farrell .. . io jw JE
HaJdfeB...... n n 111
KedsaoM... 131 1 139
Veiamrrtr.... 177 11 Ul
Wens......' in B m
HTIUO.Vm... SB 1SV IS
SStean.... 1 JS 15
17 141 W
Kitty Bransfleld thinks) he can -make a
winner of .the Montreal teasa. which be
wilt lead next season. The former big
league star old much to braes up' the
team this season, and. was signed as
manager -for SU as a reward for his
.t TiaH. at MHii i Ml. ,
Taaansia. t Caatsal. a
Baltimore.',. Md.. or.?x-ntr autumn
-aewtlBjj ol"Unb-&&r Club
begin tblr aftafivooa? at.(uleo under
tba mc,tryia..wtWb4tiotis, the
rain lalllfiooastjmtty'ftim the first to
t.kscrs Tor-fjaaturarofjtha after
noon waaAer Uato'jkWtecbas at
and tha. winntx.,tiafl rMaj la young
uivimtH i so.j.waouxsT second
and Shannon RlvvthirsVt ;
Tellfsey.al'ta.'ttaeW'or the best
Jntnperaj fa; the country .propped dead
after the'race.' The ' Hotef iKeroan pur.
at- a,iwiaiaad .threfrSUrteenUs was -won
easily by;..tee.farovita, Taritsalre Bov.
Inspector t Xcstradaj . batar Scond and
riBesUCi-Vor i aassifl nd,one-half fttr
faCf. Acton. In OUJtasVirta 5. won: Tartar.
Is. (MoOhr).':T-to- KsMiMd; Pandortna, HI
hjstw, si ic i,"-raua.Tt'Xwav, J sex.
Bell, and lctofasawran.'!;- ' '
SECOND BACB-Two-realvolds: in
half forloocs Tea-PomCraU (Teahuu. u to SL
won: Tarts. tU (BotwU),"J'to L,aiad; riitng
M7. vn iunsr, io x, -vowo. xios, izv. asna
Ua. OUrer Ida..Bobrt,lradler.Talarrler, and
Grosranor also rst,-' vl7-
TBIBD. BACE-8Utns; esn-rer-old and np;
sU fnrloncs. Jo. rDasnt. 81 IHookfaul. tbt
won; Mies Moments, UMsMrtm), SJ to 1, second ;
xwajnoar. uo vuiaasi, i.i,'inira. xim. losi.
Carthw Ctiltcm .Queen.. .Mr.- spe. BjlTturis,
Nanler. and Camel alas ran.
FOUBTU BACE-HioranI Rteepieefaass: fonr-
rear-oM and up; two mile. Toong Morpheus. IIS
voojiei. in l won; tseuo. if tn,ermain;. s to x.
second: Hhxrmon Hirer. IS (Allen). I to L third.
Time, AMt-i. Tellf.rv Dr. Hetrd. Jasntt. Oral
Cotton. Prlnc Hampton. UalUn, and Dissenter
FIFTH RACE-Maldess; an ages; on mil. Star
ur. K (Karrick). to S, won; Brjdowa, ta
IBowter). llloS. second: Monsolian. Ill (BntweU).
11 to 2, third. Time, 1 C3-6. Judge Walarr. Fid
dle. Blim rrlncraa, Triton. Gilbert, Brmllirnah.
and Pons Aslnorinm also ran.
SIXTH BACK-Three-jesr-olds and np; mil and
one-sixteenth. Yorkshire. Box. W (Sklrrla), t to 10,
won: Inspector lstrsde, 5 tBowlrr), I to L aeo.
ond: Amelia Jenks. 101 (demon), I to 1, thisd.
Time. 1:011-5. BllUkln also ran.
SEVENTH nACE-Three-rear-olds and up: art
lint: six furlongs. Pstrick 8., 103 (SchnUlnger). B
to 1. won; Coming Coon. Ill (Bxro). I to 1, sec
ond; lawton Wlgcurs, 105 (Martin). to 1, third.
Tune. 1 IS 1 J Double Pi. Mis. Kctt, Towton
Field George 8 Daria, Cardiff. Daa Da Nolle.
and Jeasupburn also ran.
MUD LARKS WIN.
Three Favorites Under Wire Flnst
LatonlS. Ky, Nov. 1. Mud larks were
given an opportunity to earn feed money
at Laionla this afternoln. the track hav
ing been converted into a sea of mud
by heavy over-night rains. The public
seemingly had little trouble guessing the
winners. Three favorites were first to
catch the Judge's ee. The other three
events went to long shots.
An over-night handicap at a mile and
three-sixteenths was the carded feature,
but it was robbed of its Interest because
of the muddy condition of the track, only
a couple of the starters being even fair
mudders. Col. Holloway was returned
the winner, with Helens second, a nose
In front of Mudsill.
For rough riding Jockey Obert was
suspended by the Judges for the balance
of the meeting. Summaries:
FIRST ttACE-rrme. tTO; maiden two-rear-olda;
Are and one-halt furloncK, IVt 103 (Nathan).
d won; llaasnn, IB (Moleaworth). $3 50. second;
lir. Jackson. 1M (Oro). 5T.50. third. Time. 1 II 1-5.
Gordon RnaaaU. Hotberc Lockland. Kins Box. Kid
NelHxi. Crdl. Bill Whaler, and V IgUant also ran.
hECOND RAC-6ix furlongs: purse; two-rear-
oldx. Klebnrce, 113 rmrner). JS.50. won; Firing
Tom. 10 (Griner). t&)0 second; The Grader, lot
(Bnxtonl.I3.00 third. Time. IJiJi Alnloeri. Lar-
pathla. Orlin Krlpp rrrldes, and CTram also ran.
TIIIBD BACE-nr and one-ball ranong; rour-
rear-olds and upward. Tort Arlington, 111 (Boxton),
ISO. won; Scarlet PlmperneU. 113 (Fain). $3. sec.
end: Dominica. UJ (Tnmer). K63. third. Time.
1 J 5-5. Theo Cook. UswleT. Venetian. TWson D Or,
and Belfast ab ran.
FOURTH BACE-One and thiwe-elitftnth miles;
three-resriJde and upward Colonel Holloway. IX
(Turner). H0. won; nrlene. 7 (Ta1or), tTJO. sec
ond : Mudsill, lot (liuxtooj. c. turo.
I1A 1-5. Swannanoa and Modkler also ran.
FIFTH RACE On and one-atxlentha miles;
three-rearld. and nrward. Feather Duster. 11
(loftus). rsj. won: Dutch Rock, lot (Goose), J4.ll.
second. Tar rar. 107 (Herrj). H.30, third. Time,
1 JO 3-5. Fimt. Wander. General Marchmont. lx
mence. Captain Braro. Mr Fellow. Ymlr. and Husky
Lad also ran.
SIXTH RACE-On mile and erentr Tarns; inree
jear-olda and upward ; Joe Strin. Ill (Goose), CI.20.
won; IVrredar. 10S (Uroas). 1910. second; I'stroche,
106 (Bnxton). M. third. Time. 1 0 14. LadT Light
ning. McCrrarr. Sigurd. 3Iaid Militant, iiaenelnr
Girl. CollKtr. llorus. Little Marchmont. and Sir
Catcsb al ran.
McDonald. last year the star linesman
of the Vigilant football team, returned
to the city esterlay and will play
against the Edgecomb Clubmen to-morrow
at Union Leasue Park. The game
will start at 3.30 o'clock.
Jlanager Oliver! stated last night that
he Is ready to meet any team In th-s
country for the Independent title, and
bars no eleven. The Nationals will hook
up with the Trinity eleven at 1 30 Sun
Catcher Schalk, the joungster recruit
ed from Milwaukee by Comlakey, made
himself solid with White Sox rooters by
his work In the recent post-season series
at Chicago. He handled Walsh's delivery
In splendid stjle and plaved a great of
il '" agEEggaTgasiag5SsSgi5SS5a.a
The Eckstein Cafe
ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS
beg to annouhecihe reopening of my
cafe for, ladies and gentlemen
for the season.
HT HE entire building has been remodel-
ed,redecorated, and refurnished, and
in appointment is elegant and homelike.
The cafe on thesecond floor is now one
large room, where every attention will
be assured my patrons, and where the
very best the 'market affords will be
served by polite. and-courteous attendants
who'have beennnjmy employ for years.
The Gentlemen's Cafe ea the First Fioor. where Basi-
ess Lunches Are Served,
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EACDJQ CABDS FOB TO-DAY.
FIRST RACE-Brnhg: two-jearolds: six and onav
half furlongs. .
Utriker. 18 Pliew ........... 1
Turkey In th Straw.. Hz lris ietn........ 1W
Brrnarr .. 10 Iloaeburg 1 .......... Ill
Latent 107 Aunnc .... lot
Big Hipper. iw ,. ;
HBCUND RAOil-SeUtnc; thrsw-jearold and tin
ward: on and one-eighth miles.
JnStn R.tilon 111
Breaker Box ...... 103
loud Thief........... 105
Michael Angela. .
thm-rear-olda and np-
ward; one mil and erfentr rsrds.
Badews II.. ....
I awton Wiggins ..
V. fluster.. .... He
FOURTH RACiV-Junior Meeplechaae; thre-Tar-
olds; two miles.
Tom Klrtr.. US Bear 1J
Wool tax 1 tltmnst. ... 1
l..rrr Eno 1 Red bquirrel J3
UtOe Trrrier. 13. hillarnejr US
FIFTH BACE-Cbeaapeato Stakes; three-reaMlds:
one and one-quarter milea.
Pwana 1snbo ..
TUnillton and Froe Lees. Schorr eutrr.
SIXTH RACB-Three-rear-cios and opwsnl; six
IllmaUon 103 1 Working Lad........... Ill
rton lCSIMissioo liz
rlitrgTankr lft jl.ates
nbacsriiou. um ........
Apprentlc allowance claimed.
FIRST RACE-AHowancej: two-TearoIda; fir end
Seraprite MSIIrraeJar - JOS
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Vnnalteed 105 1 Luther - JOS
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