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Fear Into Georgetown Camp
proved Form Throws
Virginia, Team Feared
By Hilltop Partisans
Georgetown Eleven Due for Shake-up Dave White
to Be Shifted to Tackle Eastern Should Be Al
lowed to Play Cohill Other Gossip. .
Br WILLIAH PEET.
"Sat the first time this season the football players and undergrad
uates at Georgetown feel the confidence of beating Virginia here Sat
urday week oozing away.
There is every reason in the world, why the Hilltoppers should
view the coming battle with apprehension, for there, is going to be
a Teal battle here on that day, and don't make any mistake about it,
Last Saturday Virginia lost to
txperts figured "the score would be
the wearers of the Orange andT
Blue have at last hit their stride
and are sure to improve from now
until the ,time when Georgetown
Work for the Coaches.
Georgetown made a miserable show
ing against the University of North
Carolina last Saturday, all things con
sidered, and there Is a lot or work
ahead for the Hilltop coaches during
the next two weeks if the eleven Is to
be put on edge for Virginia.
Injuries have raised havoc with the
Georgetown tackles this fall, Capt
Hegarty himself being the latest vic
tim, and looking the situation square
ly in the face the West Side collegian
have really no flrst-class material for
these positions. This fact is causing
the coaches no little worry.
Head Coach Dalley believes that the
team is In the midst of a slump, which
is probably true. Certain it Is, George
town's eleven right now is 35 per cent
weaker than when the season opened.
Capt. Hegarty, who was kicked In
the knee at Richmond Saturday, felt
much better yesterday, and hopes to be
able to lead his team against Virginia,
but It Is not at all certain that be will
be in shape by that time.
Petritr, the other tackle, who was hurt
in the Carolina game, will be out in
uniform during the next few days, and
villi most likely play against Washing
ton College here next Saturday.
There Is likely to be a few shifts In
the personnel of the Georgetown eleven
for next Saturday's game. Dave White,
who has been playing fullback is al
most sure to be sent in at one of the
tackles, and it would not be surprising
if the coaches worked Sam Foley in
White was a star tackle during Ills
prep school days, working on the same
team with Eddie Hart, the famous
Princetown player, when the two were
at Exeter Academy. White shouldmake
a better tackle than a fullback.
Foley put up an aggressive game dur
ing the short time he worked at left
half back against Carolina Saturday,
making good on line plunges, when his
forte Is running the ends. Foley de
serves another chance In the backfleld.
It would not do the Georgetown team
any harm to engage the services nf a
tralnor like Mike Martin for the remain
der of the season. Martin's specialty Is
conditioning athletes, and by the looks
of several members of the Hilltop squad
the men are down a litUe fine.
The Virginia game is only two weeks
away, and there Is a lot of work to be
done before eleen men can be placed
on the field able to cope with the Char
lottesville collegians and bring home the
bis end of the score.
Played with Dollar Ball.
During the Georgetown-North Carolina
game. In Richmond Saturday, both teams
played with a football that could not
have cost more than a dollar. It was
much lighter than the regulation pig
skin, and hen kicked Into the air de
scribed all sorts of queer antics. Co
tello and Fury explain that the dropping
of punts was due entirely to this ball.
It seems that In making the arrange
ments for the game the Georgetown
management agreed to furnish a ball.
The pigskin was carried down from
Washington, but while "Tacks." the
Hilltop handy man. was attempting to
Inflate the bladder, just before the game,
the thing broke.
When the Georgetown team reached the
park they were unable to practice until
Carolina had left the field, using the
Tar Heels' ball, and this ball had to
serve during the game.
After the game the Carolina men ad
mitted that the ball was a cheap one,
purchased the morning of the game, just
for signal practice.
The High School Squabble.
Eastern and Business are at logger
heads over the Playing of Capt. Cohill
of Eastern next Tuesday when the teams
clash for their annual game.
It appears that these teams were to
have met last Friday, but Eastern asked
for the postponement of the game on ac
count of the wet field. Business agreed.
providing Eastern would play the same
team Tuesday that was to face them
last Friday, and according to the au
thorities at the Rhode Island school.
Athletic Adviser Wallace, of Eastern,
consented to this proposition.
Mr. Wallace reckoned without his
host, for Principal Small, of the Cap
itol Hill school, declares that Cohill,
having made up his flunks, can play
with the team this week, and adds that
Cohill will play or there will be no
Mr. Small's stand in the matter Is
perfectly all right, and Cohill being
eligible, should be allowed to play, de
spite the promise made by Mr. Wal
lace. What Business should have done last
Friday was this: 'AthleUe Adviser
Crandall should have notified Eastern
that in his opinion the game could
have been played, and that the Busi
ness team would be on the field at the
The officials should also have been
notified, and If Eastern refused to
show up, the game should have been
forfeited to the Stenographers, provid
ing, of course, the officials were of the
opinion that the grounds would have
permitted of a game.
If Cohill plays for Eastern on Tues
day, and by his individual work Busi
ness Is beaten, the Rhode Island
school authorities have only them
selves to blame.
Vigilants Answer Challenge.
Sporting Editor Herald: In answer to
the challenge from the Holy Name Club
I wish to state as manager of the Vigi
lants, independent champions of Wash
ington, that our schedule Is booked up
to January l with some of the strongest
teams of the East, but If the Holy Name
pub can show me that they have a
"team'.' and not a street corner aggre
gation of "dead men," I will be pleased
to have my boys defend their tlUe. and
will cancel one of our Sunday games or
Play them any day In the week. But I
will not play any team' that la hunting
Vanderbilt 13 to .0, when many
something like 45 .to 0. Evidently
for cheap advertising or Christmas
money at our expense:
I will also demand that the Holy Name
Club deposit $60 with you, as a. guarantee
of appearance and I will meet them at
your office an(r arrange the game.
Thanking .you for past favors, I' re
JOSEPH OLTVERI. Jr..
Sluun of Vlrilasts. champions of tb. District
or Columbu. lUijIvxl, sod Virtual. ,
Defeat Edgecombe Klubmen in List
less Game by 40 to 0
Before the largest crowd of the season
at Union League Park yesterday the
Vigilants defeated the Edgecombe Klub
men of Baltimore sO to 0. It was the
Vigilants' game all the way, but the
score does not Indicate the fighting spirit
of the visitors. The Baltimore team
played a good, aggressive game, some of
their formations and forward passes be
ing puzzling. Time and again they
would get within striking distance of
the goal, only to fumble or to he held
by their heavy opponents.
The work of Stoneslfher and Kelly was
the one redeeming feature of the Edge
Wane Hart, of Georgetown, last sea
son's all Southern tackle, was in part of
the game and was much In evidence,
playing his standard game, doing the
greater part of the defensive work for
Garmer and Lacarioni were again the
shining lights of the Vigilant!, but Pat
terson and Ollverl deserve creditable
mention for their defensive playing. The
lineup and summary:
FoKNuiff, 1 E.
MlUiutd, U T.
.Nice, fl 6.
lincnes. L. E.
l'atterfon. L- T.
A. Duma. J G.
itw.1 . t? n
maenarc. . .
.M. Iturm. n (J.
M. It, T.
MrCrner, B E.
Krilr. Q B
StoneiinwT. B, H. B.
Whiteburrt, 1- II. B.
Hroort. F. B.
T'ITm. It. t,
Sim-lair. K. E.
omen. Q. n.
Uranonl IE H B.
Farmer. L. H. n.
MeKenzie. K. B.
Touciidowns Larariwil (3). Firmer 0, McKenxie.
Ccals from touchdowns McKenne (2). Fanner (Z).
floali mimed McKenale. Hart. Referee Mr. Du
gan. tionzaca Collecr. Umpire Mr. Uhrel. Penn
Mate. Head linesman Mr. Crouch. Georss M'aah
irgton fniter&itr. Linesmen Messrs. Kelle and
Marsh. Timer Me&ara. Carroll and Itusso. Sub.
stitiitiorts VisJlanta, McEIfresh for Hughe. Smith
for I'atterson. America for Burnt. Harlan lor Jlesan.
Hca for Bombret. Hart for Turner, Patterson for
etnrlairj Uatmmle for Omen. Sinclair for Farmer.
Oliteri for McKenziei Edgeromnr. Johnvm for
ltiiUlnBed. Xoma for fieri. Frldman for 'Nice.
Time of quarters IS and 10 minutes.
MERIDIANS, 6 TO 0
Mount Pleasant Eleven Unable to
Stop Slashing Attack of Winged
Foot Back Field.
The Mercury Athletic Club football
team earned a 6 to 0 victory over the
Meridians yesterday at Independence
Park before a good-sized crowd.
Shags Rawlings, Georgetown and
high school star, put up a clever game
for the losers, once breaking through
the line and tearing off 60 yards, being
downed by Mayhew. Eddie Carroll.
Babblngton, Hale, Mongoon, Wasburn,
ano Gray did good work for the win
ners, while the Rawlings brothers,
who composed the Meridians' back
field, were In the limelight.
In the third period, Babblngton took
the ball on the lS-yard line, and on
an off-tackle play went over for the
tcuchdown. Again In this period the,
Mercurys had the ball on the 5-yard
line, only to be penalized 15 yards, and
then lose the ball on downs. The game
ended with the ball in Mercury's pos
session on the Meridians' 10-yard line.
Next Sunday the Annapolis Col
legians, composed of stars of the St.
John's eleven and Baltimore City Col
lege team, will meet the Mercurys at
Independence Park, the game starting
at 2:3 o'clock. The Fairmonts, of
Philadelphia, will meet the Mercurys
Line-up and summary:
O'Mesra. U E.
Thonsaa. L. T.
Henderson. 1 G,
Kiddlewp. R. G.
Krre. B. t.
iMbtimgton. R. E.
Marbv. Q. U.
Carroll. L 1L B.
Hair. it. II. H.
O'tcan. V. B.
H. Pardee. I &
Williamson, T r.
Enstra. U G.
E. rardoe, B, G.
Heanei, K. T.
Imirie. R. E
Barter. Q. B.
a lUwIlnsa. U H. B.
K Rawlings. K. H. B.
a, uawiings. r. ll.
ToucMown-IUbblngton. Referee-Mr. McDonald.
'. ... u. empire air. .Morgan, u. H. B. Head
linesman Mr. lleroolda. Linesmen Messrs. Vlllaer
and Espy. Hubetittttlons Washburn for Thomas,
Moogeon for Fiddlesop. Braliler for Foe. Babbing
ton for Carroll. Tamil for Majhew, Majhesr for
O'Meara. Gray for Majbeir, Sloogeoa for OXearr
Time of Quarters 19 minutes.
The Nationals defeated the Trinity elev
en yesterday at Union League Park, 19 to
13, in a hard fought game. Chick Dorrls,
Grace, and Degman played the star game.
The Nationals have been challenged by
the Apaches and wilf nrobablv nlav thim
next Sunday. Line-up and summary:
King. L E.
M. James, U T.
Hnnt. R n
Hnber. R. G.
Bumef, R. T.
Martin. R. E.
Crane. Q. B.
Johnson. B. '&
Graee. O. B.
tSTts. U U. B.
Birton. B . H. B. Moore. B. H. E
lf rer, B tL. as.
urgnun. r. B. UnrUuageon. P. B.
Touchdowns Darli. rjennan Vrmtbo Um
Carrrr. Goals from 'touchdowns Carrcr, Grace.
Goals miaaed-Grace ffl. Carter. Referee-Mr. Do
ean, GomauB Collega. TJmplrsMr. "Billy" Martin,
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News and Views
on 3port Topics
Lee Talbot, the former Cornell cham
pion weight thrower and wrestler, has
aspirations to land the world's heavy
weight wrestling champiosship. Talbot
has no fear of Frank Gotch or any of
the other headilners between him and
the title. At present Talbot Is compet
ing under the colors of the Kansas City
Athletic Club, and It Is announced from
the West that he will enter the "pro"
ranks this winter.
That was some race for the Pacific
Coast baseball league championship.
Oakland beat out Vernon by .001 jioints
by winning a double-header from Los
Angeles, and started the final came with
a victory meaning the title. The mas
terly pitching of Mallarkey, who held
Los Angeles to two hits, gave Oakland
It is reported that if a certain baseball
magnate has his way. the roles g6vern
ing the division of the world's series re
ceipts will be radically changed this win
ter. This man's plan Is to limit the
members of the winners of the series to
fl.OOO apiece, with 1750 each for the losers,
with the balance to go to the other clubs
of the two big leagues. It is also said
that Garry Herrmann believes that re
forms are necessary, and is reported to
be In favor of something that will cut the
players' receipts. It is hinted that the
national commission may And Its 10 per
cent cut in half. too.
Says John "B. Foster, the New York
For two seasons In succession a
world's series in baseball has been played
in New York, it is tne one city In the
United States where there would be
larger receipts at the gate than in others
and where larger crowds could be ac
commodated. The stadium was built for
The patronage has been unusual, as
it Is bound to be when these games are
played in New Tork, because there are
scores of persons who, make it their aim
to visit New Tork at that time, combin
ing a modicum of business with a maxi
mum of pleasure.
Because of large receipts and because
of large crowds, some of our baseball
friends seem to have lost their heads.
There is foolish talk about pooling the
receipts of these particular games among
all ball players, and equally foolish talk
about pooling the receipts among all
When did co-operation take the Place
of sportsmanship among 'those who are
prominent In the .national game? "" What
Is this world's series a charitable con
tribution to clubs and BlayersJ or, k real
sporting event, in which champions 'play
cnampions io oeai mem;
When tne worta'av series is'Dlaved be
tween soma other' citlesf as It Is likely
to be one of these days for we i don't .
pact that the Giants are to 'continue to
win forjever the gate recelpta will not
arrays overburden .the owners. ," .
Two wonderfully prosperous: v..r.
which arc .but Incidents in 'baseball his
tory, appear ,to have unsettled baseball
circles from tlw-baf hoy to the' treas
urer, so far. as the money, oUesUonTais
concerned. . Zy 'l$S '
, ..v..v WlVgf oe-
won the same airnlnst Princeton
comes a mutual pool, the whole Intent of
a sportlwr event belnc submerged In the
theory that ever body must get a bit
out of It. let ft be hoped that the Amer
ican public 'shihrs tile series flat.'
"As well give every horse in a raco
between fourteen thoroughbreds a share
of the purse which was earned by the
best and fleetest horse.
"In some circles folks seem to be get
ting mlKhtlly muddled In regard to the
ethics and principles of real sport. The
craze for co-operation has struck in
where it doesn't belong."
The' work of Bill Borton. both In
thirty games of the American League
championship season and in the nine
games of the city series, was a revela
tion to White Sox fans. It was a happy
surprise to no less a person than Man
ager Jimmy Callahan. The latter did
not think Borton had it in him to make
a finished first baseman In the big show,
who could glw a good account of him
self at bat and do acceptable service
around the Initial station. Borton seemed
slow and indifferent on the spring train
ing trip. He was turned hack because
he was singled out as one who didn't
care whether school kept or not
According to a statement from Pitcher
Mordecal Brown, of the Chicago Cubs,
who has been sold to Ixiulsvllle. the
twirler Is not one bit sore on Owner
Murphy. No. not a bit! Come closer
and listen to this:
"I don't think the Louisville club has
paid for my release yet." says Mordecal.
"and I don't think It will unless I agree
to play there. Grayson hinted about the
Job as manager in a Joking way, but I
could get no satisfaction whatever from
him. He acted as if he didn't have the
authority to talk to me. I'm not going
to Dotncr aoout the matter. I expect to
go down Into Indiana this week for a
yisit an.l a hunting trip, and then I ex
pect to go to California. If I get out
there again. I don't know whether III
ever get back. When I signed a three-
year contract with the Cubs last spring
I was assurea mat I would be with the
club for all that time, and that I would
draw all the money for the three years
even if I never was able to pitch a balL
That promise, however, was forgotten
before the first year of tho contract was
CORNELL Pg AQAINST IT.
Ithaca, K. T.t Nov. X--Faclng the worst
crisis of the football season, Cornell's
coaches, as the result of yesterdays
game with Williams, set their teeth to
day and determined to make a desperate
effort to whip the.team.lnto shape so
that an overwhelming defeat by Dart
mouth next Saturday can be avoided.
The Ithacans have no expectations of
winning, and they. 'will be satisfied if
they can avoid disgrace.
Capt. Butler was hurt again in the
game with Williams,, and It is problem
atical if be will be' able to play next
Saturday. Whyte, .Fritz, and Eyrloh
were hurt bad enopgh to warrant their
staying on the side lines, but the bal
ance of the squad will be In tor ft se
vere gruelling to-morrow.
LOSES FIRST GAME
Baltimore Somi of it George ZleveB
Takes Hard-fought Battle by
4 to 2 Score.
The Washington Soccer Club's eleven
unet Us first defeat yesterday, the fast
eons or Bl. ueorge msreguuu oi x
timore taking a hard-fought game by a
4 to J score at Independence Park before
a good-sized crowd.
The locals played hard throughout, but
the superior team work and kicking of
the visitors was too big a handicap, and
the Blue and White outfit was forced to
lower 1U colors for the first time.
In the first half, the locals put up a
classy gameHodge scoring a swell goal
from the middle of the field. The Wash
ington club started the game three men
short, and this was responsible for the
visitors' first goal. Taut scored a goal
in the first half when a corner kick
placed the ball In front of the locals'
Taut again sent the ball between the
Washington posts In the second half,
taking the ball In mldfleld and by sev
eral good passes to Hastings, managed to
shove it past Mortan. Swan kicked the
final goal for the Baltimore aggregation.
Cowan made the score stand 4 to 2 in
the second half when he shot the ball
between the Sons of St. George team's
goal posts for a goal in the final mo
ments of play.
A hard scrimmage took place in front
or the Washington goal in the second
half, Mortan and Downing both being
Injured. Next Sunday, the Washington
ciub will meet the Baltimore team In
Baltimore, and a battle royal la prom
iked. Line-up and summary:
Mortan. O. Downing. l,
Uobrrtaon I. B. Mac (cart.) L. B.
Wright. It. H. l-aon. R. B
wan. K. II. B. Hcne. R. H. B.
Brian. C. H. B. Windsor. O. H. B.
Metle. U. H. B. It. Downing. U II. B.
liunn. C. R. Claire, a R.
Hooper. I. R. Hastings. 1. B.
Horige. O. K. Taut. (J. V.
Jarf: 1 U Blake. I. U
McUlnty leapt.), O. U Ssan. O. U.
Goals Badge. Obwu. Blakr. Taut K), 6wan.
Referee-Mr. Auiswortn. Baltimore. Linemen
Mawra. Sprinfham and Lfdry. Tims of hales-30
SPAETA5S WITH EASE.
Defeat Dixie Athletic Clab by 42 to
The Spartan A. C football team ran
away from the Dixie eleven yesterday by
the score of 12 to 0. The victory was
largely due to the excellent coaching by
Thomas, the star tackle of the Mercury
eleven. The great end running of Mont
gomery. Spartan's speedy half back, was
easily the feature of the contest. Spar
tan's defense was Impenetrable. The
Spartans have an open date for next
Sunday. Line-up and summary:
Ilunoran. L. E.
I.anahan. L. T.
Turner. L. G.
Tucker. R. O.
Knogle. 1L T
CramJnn. R. E.
f...tirn i it
Beiran. U E.
Maddlgan U T.
McLean. U G.
Wuer R. .
Mli-m. B. T.
Lausha-i. R. E.
r.Vmiin l.'ll R ti,.lin L II R
Daniels, Q. H.
Montgomery. iC 11. B. JlrlnklT. it. It. B.
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Bejtr. F. B. ferguson. r. B.
Toiichdowns-Montrxnery (I. Oantwell. Cranston
IB. Lakeman. Boer Referee Mr. Mann. Cmrlre
Mr. Jones, huhstitntineis Spartans. Rabbit: for
Donovan. Wasaman for Lanahan. Broaman for Tur
ner. Thnmaa for Nenland. Gray for Brosnan, Staf
ford for Tucker. Cranston for Lakeman, Ilumice for
HAEVAED VS. VAHDEBBLLT.
Crimson Football Tram Plays Sonth
ernrrs Xext Satnrdar.
Cambridge. Mass.. Nov. 3. Now for
the long hlko that will eventually land
the Harvard football Invaders on Yale
field some twenty days away.
Vanderbilt and Dartmouth In the In
terim come to be entertained at the
Stadium, but they are Just Incidentals
in comparison with the clah between
the armies of Crimson and the Blue.
Not much Is known hero concerning
Vanderbilt's real strength this season.
In other years they hae engaged North
ern team, and have never been beaten
by the so-called Eastern outfits. Some
seasons ago they held Yale to a score
less tie. and have twice defeated the
II T BILL BAILEY.
We hi-e it on the brt authontr tint CUrfc
Griffith , nucagfr vt the National, who i at ir
rat imdinai a nation en his ranch in Montana,
not onlr kiUi a drrr with a stoo. tut cornered a
grizzly hear. M him Scotch highball, until the
beast Urame intoxicated, and then put the grizzly
out of hi misery by alDginK Joe Kellry'a ltrilir
duty, "We're the Members of the Midnifht Crew."
Gloomy Gua Monirity. OutLctirau'i husky
guard. My he doesn't care who is elected Prcndcct
just ao the Hilltojipm brat Virginia.
BUI Sittenlicff chaperoned the Reorsetown br
in Richmond Saturday, but he did not take thrra
orer to his brewery. "Sit" does not bellere he will
be able to are the Virginia came here Saturday
week, because he is an honest to-coodneaa-wortirj-man
pr, Kaufman, who's nephew, "Murr-h" Kicc. Is
Central football captain, is ftill figuring out how
Uarrard was able to ctoks Fraceton' goal lire.
The doctor may do anme more "fcgering" of tin
nature after Tech gets through with Central next
It is almost an aanured fact that Virginia will
be able to place eleven men on the field a3iu.t
Georgetown when the teams clash next Saturday.
CorneH'e chedulemaker did not pick cut ary
soft one for the Ithacan football tram thb ftll.
Dartmouth i booked for next Saturday. Fetch aloe;
Sara Jimmy Iaamingrr. the wrD-known Quaker
City Scribe: "Very wisely the Balkan countries and
Turkey waited until the world's series had ecdcl
before going to the mat.
Joe Turner, the Washington wrestler, is said to
hate broken two ribs in a recent bout down South.
The opening orertares at each meeting of the
midnight crew is "Coming Through the Rye."
The Mercury Club football team has a gooj
catcher to Babbington, who plays right end.
Mercury Jantora Win.
The Mercury Juniors defeated th
Trogan eleven yesterday by a 12 to 6
score. The playing of Hickey, Eanet and
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Sweaters take the "nip" out of the air
Dressy Sweaters for, made, as my lines are made, they
really aredressy:. They are perfectly fashioned, so they fit
and add the warmth yoif want without ,the burden and the
bother of an overcoat ,
Plain colors and combinations; some with the conceal- .
able collar; others without sleeves. Made with "Notair" but
tonholes that cannot-pull out of shape.
$3.Q0 to $6.00
A corking; big; line of Auto Gloves lined and unllned-Sl to H.
Louis. Mirsh Nine-twelve F Street
Tailored In the latest models. Let us try one on you. We can ClfC-CA'
save you money. Our specialty, a 120.00 coat for
f UW Easaillah Cape Gloves. fUH.
EUMAN'S CLASSY TOGGERY,
1213 Pmhm. Aw. I.W.,
W gf v Herald 93300 eaateat vartea.
RACING CARDS FOR TO-DAY.
FIRST BACE-Sanio: three-jwwM and
ward: six forlorsi.
Marjorl A. 130 I Frank Pureall 11J
Mus Jonah IIS I faton 13
Teuton Fldd lis I Yellow KifS... '
HadnLan, lis i lam uau aw
SECOND B-lCE-JIiidro two-jtar-olds; in far
miClMhis Brash. 1M
Mohawk r.irl 109
Uanda Pitier. 109
First Tnunp. K
THIRD RACE-FiIUes and mares; all agrs: stitn
Ocean Blue Ill
Amelia Jenks HI
Marr Ann K.....
FOCUTH RACE-!rtertliae: three-jrapolds ana
upward: two macs.
Exemplar... 13T rhenter tw
Cherish IT Juierance IJ
bhannon Riier. 1- Abvnndrr... -. l
orge Bno ir Obear...... IK
Mill Nearer VS Kiel Ca.li U
bimott Dale ..... 127
FIFTH KAC&-Two-ear-oia: one nuie.
trenuntis lOSIBamegat. MS
l"wlo1ue N6;ro.enor...... 10?
frljrIJht li Tartar 11
SIXTH ltACK-Arlinttwi Handirap: sefflnf : thrre-
yesrolds and upward ; one and one-eighth miles.
Herbert Turner. ICl
Jaerruehna.... . ..
3 Itro. .
("has. F (Jialnger . 1
HUeklicd . 1'"
Fred Jlnlholland V6
Altanuha and Tellow Eres. tTUson entrr.
SEVENTH RACE-Maiden two-jear-oids; file fur-
H H. Crar ...
jueen of the Tun..
'Apprentice allowance elauned.
FIRST RACE Allowances: maiden nHles; two-Tear-olds;
fire and one-hall furWucs.
Iminal I'rineess .... 10
Frances Calnea.. .. 1M
Jean ".raj 1!C
A Ma 110
Trrra Blsnea... 119
two-yrarlds; six rur
Old Woman.. . 99 I I"owrun ................. 1J1
lllfirru ....Hl w
Tiiltnn King 11
Alfred V 10:
THIRD RACE ""ellmg: three-5ear-olds and up
ward: six furlongs
Comraoner'a Touch.... 101
yUi 1 I ChsiMlteiTC HI
FOURTH RACE-Handicap; three-jearolds; Ode
and one-sixteenth miles.
Anspcrt. 1"0 I Ella Brrwo Wl
IhuVlT..... lOOIBell Hots- Hi
FIFTH RACE selling and upward: a;x furlongs.
New listen 1 I MrThntl'k 1ST
l-adr Willie 101 Mclror In;
Ben Fncr li ' I'ort Arlington 19
Ladr Lightning ITS Mtrr Kim 110
Nello ItBMrrrtck Ill
Ycrk Ijd - 1 I Ihiquesne 113
MXTH RACE-oellirg; three-rearolds and in
ward; one and three-eighths miles.
Mr Catobj 9J
Bean Bnimmrl. . M3
M Camhon IT
Cousin I"iJ 106
BroivB-IIraek Fiaht Ott.
Kewi'ork. Nor. S. Knock Oat Brown,
the New Tork llRht-welght, has canceled
his bout with Phil Brock In Cleveland
Wednesday niehL Brown arrived home
today frorrj, Bridgeport. Conn., seriously
ill with yellow Jaundice.
TtA.t InaAeri shells from three lead
ing makers. U. & Black Shells. U. M.
Choice of black powder ana smoice
less in each kind.
9-M Kinrrn oikwi a
We aive Herald CS.000 eoateat votes.
0aka $c (Enmpang
Penn. Ave. Seventh St
r. M. C and Climax
fmokeles Shells. In II-
eatiRo orllv. bpcplai per
hundred : rwo. z.
A. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
11 shots ,
Best Knitlish Corduroy
lluntliiK Coats, with double
game pocket, both Inside and
out: re-enforced shoulder
nads: d o u n 1 a
Pants to match (3-10
The Best and Safest Gun for
the Sportsman is the
We are selling; many this fall. It Is a
dandy double-barreled, high-class gun.
Comer In and see our stock. We have for
sale the best 12-guage shotgun and one
ZO-guage high-grade Parker grin, auto
matic injector. Special price.
GEORGE A. EMMONS,
xo7-ae7i-a w. av. e. u.
Wa srJre HtntkU OfcMO etwtaat
j aa -sr-
1422 H. Y. Aw., Evaat Mfisf
This is the Place.
911-909 Ita Street S. E.
W Glse Total u Harald-a SStOOS tlnam
WE SHOW ALL
MANNER of ELEC
TRIC HOME HELFS.
and wQI taka rleasus
In Cwsnocstrxting snj
rpedal agpilanoo hi
which TOU n.j p ta
National Electrical Supply Co..
1338-30 X. T. Ave. Pkoae M. 6S00.
VT Gltw Totes In Ths Herald's C5.0C8 Contest
WILSON & TRAMELL
CI6AIS AMI TOMCCOS
SIS G T. It. W. Pkaa. Mala asm.
W. Clrs Tot in Tbe Herald's S3,0Ot Cocuat.
PI M LI CO
November 1 to 12, inclusive
FIRST RACE. 1 15 P. M
ADMISSION - - $1.00
Vis W., B. A. Electric R.ilro.d Co.
Round Trip, latl.dl.i ldnu'oa ta Trick, $2.00
LIMITED CARS Irth wars, rn hour and halt
hour making direct rt-nnectiou with IlmUm can
& JiXVrr.iS(L.LFma Mreets. BaltiraorrT
WAU,iyiTON. HAl.TIMilRE .nil AN.VirOlJd
R1ILROAD CUMl'A.Nr. ICl New lofk Ate
Always the Same
sseetal Private Dwllv.rv.
12 F (treat M. wT. 'Fkcas Mala XlsOV
804 Seventeenth Street
7 YEAtS' S"ece.ful praetlee la the
aad Special diseases of Men aaa Wosnea.
Means Health to Yon if Yon Suffer
From Catarrh. Obesitr. RbeuQltisni, Ccsatisatioa.
llles. THrost. Lasx. Brain. Heart, Blood, and siia
Ulatasea. Nenoua iKbllitr. laidnn lnseues. Blad
der Troubles, bpacine Blood l'otsonine, &nrtlOBv
L'lcera. and all Print Ductus cured far Ufa Or
CHAUUES LOW. IXCtmiVO MCDICIXSSL
Private Waltlaar Roosn for LaaUtss
n to 1: 1 to a. 8nr(Ura. II to It
Should knew boot the New Disarmy
NURO-VITO Restores Nerve Fore
ai..-...-..-. ,n,Psrts Vigor.
OINTMENT ProBMtes Orowth.
n ouiaardlr applied rcmedr, ceruln and
tore In its action. Makes weik men stronr.
m siroQc men arroeer. une tpprtcirioa
preTM its worth. IA(-'IKerseccressarncleanJboollct
Order today. uvUrre tube br mail. In plain wran.
par Sl.pO.M-aer back II Nirs-ilro tails tekcscSi:
icr ski ii naro-t ito l
j. "U-VIIU CO.. ilntl
27 Qrsmd River Avau. Detroit. JYIIcat,
DR. BALDOS 68r3iaa sPe:iaist
a.c.uui.oiii r ais.
On the nervous system, blood, and
stomach. Doctor's service and medicine.
fl. Hours. 10 ta 8. Phone M. 251.
We Git Vote. In Tb. Herald's J3.0CO Cootaat.
is tntereited aad would kecw ,
about be wcnderfnl
MARVEL WlurliB Sprif
b new vaginal synnsja.
Best oost eosreaient. n
. cleaases iBStaatlr
Ask your druggist for Ito
If he cancot sucalr thi
MARVEL, accept no cnfcei?
but send stoma for lllsstrated
book sealed. It eires full paxtlctv-
1t and iirectiont invaluable to ladlea
ODonneU'a taimacJee,''lM F St. mr.. 3W and V
8t svUut4ri. Am-mr., M aod U btx fcw.
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