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THE WASHINGTON HERALDt SATURDAY NOVEMBER iff, 1913. ,
Central Beats Business in Scholastic Series-Yale Meets Tigers
x t make
these all-wool, up-to-
date clothes lor what
-we are selling, them
for. Having 12 big
I stores in 12 big cities,
we were able to "take
the wtole surplus,
stock of a leading mill.
They had to have the
cash. We got them
for far less than other
tailors had to pay.
That's why we can sell
them to you for
$13.50 instead of
$1.6.50 or more. That's
why they are BET
TER than the $15
suits other tailors
boast of. That's why
there's nothing else in
Washington to touch
them for the money.
TIGERS AMD YALE
CLASH IN ANNUAL
Experts Will Hot Predict a Winner,
While Confidence Buns Supreme
HAEVAED AHD DARTMOUTH
AWAIT BEPEEEE'S WHISTLE
Twenty styles of $20
Suitings, bought in this
big mill-purchase, made to
your order lfi Eft
nSw for only viO"WU
1 $1 350 J
We are doing the big--gest
Overcoat business in
this city because we are
giving you the handsomest
ever for LESS than same
costs "ready-made." A
hundred styles at
$15 and $20
Crimson Slight Favorite Over Green
Eleven, Betting Being
5 to 4.
Stout & Co.
9I0F Street N.W,
C E FOSTER, Hicittr.
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I FjfcEE ADVICE
jj Pertaining to Health Building:.
4 fninp anrl See ABE BOSHES
I TVemnnstratrnir tne SlmDlex exer-
clser. assisted by Miss Helen T
Clatty. who explains physical T
culture for women. "T
Demonstration In window ev- T
ery day until 9 p. m. X
Nat'l Sporting Goods Co.,
424 9th St. N. W.
Robert E. Volkmer
Princeton. N. S, Nov. 15. Only a
Tale, football game can create the de
cree of excitement which has settled
over Tisertown In real earnest.
For the past two weeks tho feeling: has
been growing keener day by day, but
this afternoon when the Princeton
eleven left Osborne field at 4 o'clock It
made things, seem more real than they
The anxiety of the undergraduates is
all, the more Intense because they have
practically no first-hand' knowledge of
their team. The need of secrecy has
been so strongly felt In coaching circles
that the actual games are the only basts
upon which the students can form their
Practice this afternoon was of the
lightest order and lasted only thirty
minutes. AH the regulars were on' hand
for signals and "Stew" Baker took
them through all the plays Just fast
enough to keep their muscles limbered
up. "Hobey" Baker had his last lesson
In place kicking from Snake Ames, who
has been drilling him the past week or
From present appearance. It seems
that DcWItt may have to share the
kicking duties to-morrow with Penfield
or Waller, who have been getting off
some very satisfactory twisters. De-
Witt s chief claim on the punting lies In
the speed with which he can lift the ball
clear of the line with his short leg mo
tion, which requires one and one-fifth
seconds from the time the oval leaves
the center's hands to send it sailing
ov er his opponent s heads
An the players are In tip top con
dition physically, according to Trainer
Keen Fltzpatrick, and well prepared to
put up a game fight. In order to re
mote them from the worst of the ex
citement which will be Increased by the
advance guards of the crowds of visit
ors every man who stands any chance
of playing will sleep In Hatton Hall to
night This dormltori Is the farthest re
moved from all annojances
Ten thousand people at a conservative
estimate will Invade Princeton to-night
and full 1000 will arrive to-morrow
The coaches have refused to give out
official line-up, but In all proba-
bllit) it will be Andrews. left end.
Phillips, left tackle. Shenk. left guard.
Bluethenthal. center. Logan, right guard,
Penfield, right tackle. Wight, right erd.
S. Baker, quarter back, Pendleton, left
half back; Wcller, right half back, and
DeWitt fuU back. .
The probable llnc-up of the ale team
will be Left end, Bemelsler, left
tackle. Talbot left guard. Coonev . cen
ter, Ketcham. right guard, Pendleton.
1 right tackle Warren, right end Aerr,
Spalding, captain; right halft back. HII
bin, full back, Flynn The average
weight of the combination will be
Princeton 174. Tale. 1T9 5
Irmj Team In Heady.
West Point. J Y. Nov 15. The Arm
had an hours workout on the plains
to da In final preparation for the game
here to-morrow with Tufts. Most of
the time was given over to signal drill.
There was a short scrimmage with the
regulars lined up against the Cullum
The regulars offense showed decided
Improvement to-da. the men running
through their various formations with a
great deal of smoothness and snap
Shlfta at avj-.
Annapolis. Md . Nov 15 The Natal
Academy coaches will use a number of
different plavers In most of the positions
to-morrow against Agricultural and
Mechanical College of North Carolina,
and it may be the final chance for a
number of the plaers who bate been
regarded as first team men but who
hate failed to come up to the requirements.
The practice this afternoon consisted
entirely of work In signals and defins.
lte formations for forward pass plays
Great efforts are being made by the
Naval Academy athletic authorities to
pretent the scalping of tickets for the
Arm -Navy football game at Phlladel
phla on November 50. Record is being
kept of all tickets issued, and an offer
made to redeem any ticket purchased at a
cost of not oter 115. The distribution of
tickets Is now well under way. The
number which will be distributed by
the Navy authorities Is nearly 10 000,
being l.CCT In excess of the number last
year. The additional tickets are being
glten largely to Navy people, many of
whom have been cut off with a small
allowance in previous jears.
Harvard vs. Dartmouth.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov 15 Harvard
and Dartmouth both await with'' confi
dence the final gong that will call them
onto the stadium gridiron. Both teams,
while their ranks are depleted from In
juries, feel fit for the game of their lives.
The Green team appears to have edc-e
on tne Harvard boys when it comes to
weight, but the Crimson has the call
when speed is concerned Last ear the
visitors, were sent home defeated by 5
the result of a blocked kick. This
time they expect better luck, and despite
the prophec of Harvard's new mascot.
"Mike the Smiler," who has predicted a
Dartmouth downfall by 13 to 3, believe
that they wllL come out on the right side
of a small score. Morey, the speedy half
back, who Is among the leaders in scor
ing touchdowns this season, is In bad
condition and Is not expected to play
The Harvard team will have one man
missing from the line-up that faced
Princeton a fortnight ago. The absentee
will be "Hard Luck" Trumbull, whose
complication of bruises gives Driscoll his
opportunity to try and make good at
right guard. Captain Wendell does not
expect to remain In the contest long and
he will be understudied by Bradlee. Par-
menter at center and O Brlen, both of
whom have suffered slight injuries are
dewn to start. .
Brickley Is In tip top shape, he said.
and his work to-day amply demonstrated
mis. ire oetung on the contest Is E to 4
on Harvard. Dartmouth arrived In Bos
ton late to-day. The team went to the
Woodland Inn at -AuburndaJa for the
night. Most of the men well run over
to the Stadium to-morrow for kicking
BY 18 TO 0 SCORE
Blue and White. Eleven Plays Great
Football and, Business
VIRGINIA'S CENTER TRIO.
KING, STOKES, AUtf WISE
"STABS OF THE' BATTLE
Orange and Blue End Buns Seventy-
five Yards for Longest Gain
of the Contest.
Br C KfsWAX.
Driving the plucky" Business Hlrh
School football eleven over the gridiron
at union League Park yesterday, the
Central High aggregation, scholastic
champions of lSli, won a bard-fought
game by a 18 to 0 count.
"Murph" King was tho real factor.
Without him. it Is doubtful if the O
Streetera would have landed the victory,
as the Stenographers fought all the way,
and did not give an Inch. King played
one of the hardest games of the season,
making more than half of the ground
gained by the Blue and White, and also
was a demon on the defense.
King saved a sure touchdown In the
second half, when Ray Wise took the
I all on the kick off and brought It back
lards, being stopped by King Wilson
downed the Central leader when Wise
got started, but "Murph" refused to
stay down, and managed to tackle the
fleet-flooted Business back on the 15-
yard line Wise Is suffering with a badly
sprained hip, and but for that would have
Stokes Plays Good Game.
The Central team played a great de
fensive game, Stokes. Bowman, Oberlln.
and Zapponne played sterling football in
the line Stokes time and again broke
up well directed plavs, and often broke
through, getting the man with the ball
before he had got started
Business plaved good football, but the
best team won Central outp!aed the
Stenographers, there Is no denying that.
King made his distance practically even
time he started, while the Orange and
Blue eleven was able to make a first
down but five times during the entire
forty minutes of, play.
Reeves, Fowler, and Cox did some
neat ground gaining for Central, while
faeltman and Derrick plunged through
several times for short gains It re
mained for Harr) Harris, the sensa
tional speeder, to make the most gains,
for Harry went through the Central line
several "times for 15 and 20-yard gains
Schaffer, Wilson, and Barrett fought
hard, but the Central offense was too
much Central scored tnree touchdowns,
two in the first half and one In the
third. King missed all three trees at
The Central coaches plaved practically
the second team In the final quarter.
but the Stenographers were unable" to
cross the goal line, due to King's de
fensive work more than to the scrub
line. Line-up and aummar
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Katon. L. G Zappcane L. O
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Derrick It II B Oherlin.lt H B.
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Touchdowlikinjt O Fowler. Coal in
Kins 0) butxtitalioa-Mru for Oberlln ObrrUn
for Rabcock. Ittch for Cirer Hcnrtrd for Kowler.
firmly lor Htrot Us for Reerrf. fouler for llowftrd
Kldiinta for Uberlin hlrah.il for McDuuld. Mc
Donald for UcDonoush Donofcoe for Zai crone Ci
rrr for Itieh, Marbut for Odx Johnson for IVffler
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Nebraska Head llnenan Mr Wood. IinaKrara
Mn.rs. Kelly and Bradftv. Time of quarters10
UnttllnK kelson 31 ret Cross.
Isew York. Nov 15 Battling Nelson
and Leach Cross were to day matched
to box ten rounds by the Fourteenth
Street Sporting Club on Thanksgiving
GARGAN PREDICTS GEORGETOWN VICTORY.
FlUMv f.AHGV.V a fair margin.
By FRANK GARGAN.
Head Coach at Georgetown.
CcorartoiTn Trill defeat lrglnla by tno toarh
dorrns. 1 mm confident that the llllltoppera will
boir the uplrndid form displayed In the second
balf aanlnat the Indiana, viben tbey nvrept the Car
lisle tram of ll frrt. The boys have tralnrd faith
fully for Ihr big frnmr, and I rxpret to aire one of
(be faatrat GeorKCfown trams In the history of the
Institution on Ibr Arid agalnit 1 Ircinla.
I am not unilerrallng Ibr Cbarlottrnvlllr eleven.
I know that KlllrXt baa a good tram, sue which
villi fight every minute, but I think that tbe I)ne
and .ry "III proir a better machine, and freely
ay lout (eoritetunn mil vtin Its annual classic by
GOOD GAME EXPECTED
rvMicu vjFiruns anil Cardinals Clall
One of the bet independent games of
the sc-non Is expecled to-morrow after
noon when the Cardinals of Mcxandrla.
tackle the fast Mercur Athletic Club at
Independence Park the gime starting
at 2 o clock As this game will elimi
nate one of tho teams from the Inde
iwndmt race a hot battle Is expected
and both managers will uc their best
According to reports from the Virginia
clti. the Cardinals will have several for
mer Unlvtrslt of Virginia stars in the
case the Mcrcurjs will have to hustle to
win. Previous to this game, the Spar
tans and some other 133 pound team will
clash This game 111 be called at 1.30
FI1MT K VI K-tvro-Tcsr-oId's ltine nlllnc fire
furloccs Sandhoc 1C1 f Vmbrose) 10 1 1 1 sren.
fhjitoo Dance S9 (Teahan) 3 t 1 second fhe
uetrs. K)T (Buivon) tr 1 third. Time 10. Mama
Johnson Pautop Willi Pikes Teak J taquln Mimi
sii Ox-a F Jliu Trtanp Latent Maltia U. and
Profince akvi ran.
SECOND ItArB Three jear-oMj lire ami one
half fuiloiir" Patrick 8. 110 lSdn.tlin.rrl. f to 1
von Caliiv 10E (Carter) t to I serxod Brrteier
1T (Martin) I to 1 third. Time 14. Jesaupbum.
Dipirr Camrl Ladr Sjbil Miss Momenta, Argo
naut Itre Straw Moucrirf and Itnyal Onyx also ran.
TIIIKU BACK-MaUcns one mile Ataronrler
1" (Kenwon) t to 1. on SHm Prin(. KT (rair
brotherl. 3 to 1 rtmvl Hronette K (Kamcil 7 to
1 thud. Time lc:: Mohak Boy Jim Ckfferr.
(Yncurran and Da rmat also ran.
IDLKTIt KA(,r.-Pure three-jcar-olds and np
wsrd one mile Itaahtl 10S (Uuturll) 3 to i. von
ellow Iocs, 105 IMcCabey) f to i secon-I lavton
Misglr 1W (Sraalll, li to 1 third. Time 139 3-5.
ltct. ltoral JlesMce Sir liliase and llamma also
HfTII It CD-Three year-olds and npvard. flir
and one-halt furluncv 1 1 ion Jack. Ill (Teahsn),
to 5 voi Takiblra, III (Moody) 3 to 1 sre-md
Jack NunnaUr 1U (I-cak) T to I third. Time J-OS.
Posters, Fond lltart Kcrran Namoc J . jr
I ort ArlinRtoo Deduction Jack Denman Jacobite
I... ..- ... ...u .ki. ,, . iw. kJlM l"hll aid MjlesOOuiell also ran.
luic-ut-. o.m ,-.. . .. iT . " ., . T a'XTIl U-Vl b-Three-)raroKls ail np.ard sell
Coach Green's lads Are Whipped
by Alexandria Preps bj a
29 to 3 Score.
The Cathedral School football team was
defeated yesterday by th Episcopal High
eleven, 3 to 3, In a good, fast came, on
The Blue and White aggregation held
their heavier opponents down to nine
points In the first half? the score being 9
to J. but In the second balf the Red and
Black played rings around the local team,
and won In a walk.
Is. Bernard, the Episcopal quarter,
played a corking good game, while Speer
made several good gains around the ends.
Harris, Cathedral's half back, was the
star of the fray, tearing off several long
runs, ons of 40 yards. White ran back
punts In good form, while Hayden put
up a good game at tight end. Line-up
Kbaolrinr L. li
(Irant. I. G.
Ooraiek. K. E.
L. Bernard. Q B.
Sneer I. H B.
HTBerosrd. R H B.
P Crsnford. I F
H Cranford. IaT.
I rovatian. U.
McLean. It. T
Harden, tt- B.
White. Q B.
Iysdrirood. I It B.
irarrla. K. IL B
lMnason. r u.
C. D. IS BEATEN
BY 40-10 0 SCORE
a Dsrldsoa.r O.
Toochdovns--C, Daridaon. Bpeer. L. Bmurd. Gor
clck. Goals from touchdosro Klnaolrine (a Goals
nuaasd-KinaolTinc (9 Goals from fldd-0. Darid
son, !. Daiidson. Sobstitotions Williams for O.
Daridaon. Holler for Gardeoder. C Oanford for Mc
Lean. Beforo-Mr Derby, Gsorrrtown. Umpire
Mr. Duztn. Goniax CoUcic, Mead linesmanMr.
Lantford, . P. I Time of Quarters-13 minutes.
Western Maryland Eleven Wins
Game with Ease, Eesult Sever
Seing in Doubt
Catholic University's crippled football
eleven buffered a disastrous defeat at
the hands of Western Maryland yes
terday on University Field, score, 40 to 0.
The Red and Black were easy for the
Maryland team, and tt could be seen
as soon as the second period, started
that C. U. did not have a chance. As
soon as the second period started the
weakened condition of the Brooklanders
began to tell, and the Westminster team
started their march toward tho goal
line. With line shifts and fake forma
tions they circled the Red and Black,
ends again and again, nearly always for
To Capt. Weaver and Bowers goes
most of tbe credit for Western Mary
land s victory. Time ami again tbey
circled the ends for big gains and played
a great game on tbe defense. Just be
fore the end of tbe second period Bowers
J went through guard for a 40-yard run
Tho work of Croarkln. was, by far.
the best done by any of the Red and
Black eleven. It was the plucky little
C U. quarter back who made the ma
jority of the tackles Waters. Durham,
O Sullivan, and Durby also did good
work for the Brooklanders. Line-up
Y. M. C. A. WINS.
Defeats Georgetoirn Prrps In Good
Basket-ball Game, 10 to 10.
Capt. 8haffer lead his husky bunch
of boys to victory In the feature game
of the evening. Meany and Blngley were
the stars. The game was a clean cut
affair, both teams playing fast ball The
wind up found the score Yankees, 19.
Georgetown Preps, 10, The teams will
play again In the Georgetown gym some
time In February. The line-up and sum-ynary:
Shaffer It P
Farlerr It P.
Jons L P
Howklnf R. B
Nevman. L. B
Beferea Mr llorhm. Timer Mr Ricbaid Edmoo
ston. Time of halrea U minute
iord. L. a
Lynch. L. R.
weroy. i- x
Waters ft T
Mansay. it E.
Croarili u B
Butler L. H B
McCarthy. 11 II B
U Boiliian. P. B
Hook, L. H
Priuiett. L. T.
L. Tins. L. G.
Cooper E. O.
HUunssW. R. T.
Numbers. P B
r'ubstltat'onsMcMajnro for Lynch. Swift for
Derby, Bojle for kjle, J Kellr for G Kelly.
Cronia for J. helly. Swift for Manny, Durhaut
for Swift. Tuart for Croarkln Robinson for Butler
Torres for McCarthy, Ryan for O'Sullrraii. Russell
for Ryan. Pember for Cooper Hitchcock for
Pritchett. Torcndowns Wearer (3), Bowers, Taylor
123 Goals from touchdowns Taylor (t) Beterra
Mr Morse, of O I Cmpire-Mr Church, cf
Yale llead linesman Mr C Byrd. Timekeepers
Mr Silk cf Catlinilc Lniiersity and Mr Ilcrtilz.
cf Western Maryland. Tune of periods 12 minutes.
According to records of th Interstate Comarros
Cbmmission. practically erery railroad employe m
tho United Sutra has had M pay Increased witlui
the lsst flse yeara. and tbe creat vohsaai of tbe In
crease baa come within th last three years
and ouUtcerth mis. CbeMer Krum. IDS
(Bntwell) 3 to L won Outhnnt. 1CS (Trahao) 3 to
-. Msmnd Pardner VS Mondon) 4 to 1, third.
Time 1 II Jlouker Bad News II O. U Baster
Mad Itirer princmacs, Workli L&S, llaldeman.
Breaker Boy and Husky Lad also ran.
DOWN THE ALLEYS
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SAVE A DOLLAR!
You'll Look Your
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Your Attire Here
WITH real Overcoat weather here, new questions of dress arise. Let .us settle
them. Whether a suit or oercoat is on jour mind, look over and try on the
dressy new models from Alfred Benjamin, New York, and other master
Men's Overcoats, $18 to $40
Men's Suits . . . . $18 to $35
New stjles in Gloes. Shirts, "Neckwear, and everything else in Men's Fixings,
are shown here in their entirety.
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Hats for Particular Men, $2.00 to $5.00.
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Boys' Sizes, SI. 50 &S2
At Last; We Are Here
Largest Morning Circulation.
NEW YORK AVE. AT FOURTEENTH STREET
We bItc Herald 935,000 contest -rates.
BROCKTON $2.50 SHOE
The Hrocktoo Shoe More Co. takr creat pleasure Id announcing; tbe open
Inn; of the flrat of a chain of "BrocMon. stores In the city of A aahlnKton.
To-day Saturday, Nov. 16th
And cordially Invite tbe people of thin ereat cltr to t this beantlfnl
tore and Inspect the most vtondcrful line of Mena and Hoy 930 Shoes
eier abOTrn In tne DUtrlct of Columbia.
Ahlle well known In the trade, of coare. rre ar- practically unknown
to tbe nubile here, whom It ! our sincere desire now to serve, so. by war
of Introduction, we point tn our record In tbe City of Baltimore,, where, on
account of the enormous demand for these famous Ilrockton JSJtO Shoes.
four ereat DROCKTON Stores were opened within the PAST TUFUB
MONTHS and are to-day dolne the IIIGEST Volume of Men's and Uoya
hoe Business In that city.
Brockton Stores will succeed anywhere because they serve the people
best because they rItc their customers a square deal and their patrons
Save a Dollar" on every pair of "Ilrockton Shoes they buy.
We want you to know "Brockton Shoes, Brockton Quality, and
Brockton' Store Sendee .we want you to see these famous "Brockton
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TaB, Black and Patent Colt Leathers.
Come, let's cet acquainted, and we'll prove that tbe famous "Brock
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sumer direct and you keep the profit of the middleman that's why you
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C? S3 C? CaT Coatlr Hears- I'latcd Pocket Knife Given Free vrlth
II m lass sssb Br-crr Pair of "Ilrockton" shoe
BROCKTON SHOE STORE
436 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
ADJOINING PEOPLE'S DIUJG STORE "VEXT TO CORNER E STREET.
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