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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 18. 1912.
Vigilants Down Annapolis Rivals-Aftermath of Virginia Game
Georgetown Winds Up (
Grid Season with V. P. I.
Virginia Well Coached to Meet Hilltoppers' Attack.
Need of Press Box Apparent Other
By WIMiIAM peet.
EFORE the Georgetown 1912 football season is officially
closed the Hilltoppers will be forced to play Branch
Bocock's Virginia Polytechnical Institute eleven here
on Thanksgiving Day.
Only the lightest kind of work will be ordered by
the Blue and Gray coaches during the present week
just enough to keep the bos from forgetting the sig
nals The Blacksburg (Va.) cadets 1iae not plajed in
the Capital since the fall of 1910, when it will be remembered that
this team vanquished George Washington at National Park. The
Hilltoppers do not expect much opposition from V. P. I., but, on the
other hand, will not be caught
napping, and the men have been
ordered to keep in training,
HOLY NAME TEAM
Poor Press Arrangements
B erecting additional seats, mo
back the east and nest stands, and put
ting up a wire fence lengthwise of the
gridiron, the athletic association at
Georgetown hoped to do away with
crowding the side lines and the front
of the cheering section during the prog
ress of the VlVglnia game Unfortunately
the crowd became excited, unmanageable,
and. like a flock of sheep, quickly jumped
the fence daring the closing minutes of
the game, and the same old trouble was
, again apparent the side line was crowd
d ten rows deep
Innovations In the matter of seats must
have met with public approbation, mit
all the police in Washington could not
3uue kept the overexcited crowd be
hind the fence when Costello stepped
back to make his drop kick
There is onl one rennedy for such a
condiUon of affairs, and until steps are
made In this direction the side lines
will always be crowded at the big games
on Ok. Hilltop
Newspaper men reporting the game,
former Georgetown football stars, and
friends of the university hae no business
on the side lines at a big game
Kver college In the North provides a
press box at the top of one of the stands
for the working newspaper men George
town should build one and insist upon
it being used
rom(r Georgetown football stars and
0 hers Fhould be provided with scats in
the stands a special section might be
ti t a.Mdf for their use
The bench"', plaied on thi gridiron
s de of the wire fence should be reserved
'or substitute plavers only with the
c turnes and rubber
The pace Wtween the west stand and
1 e n ti 1 nu Saturday w is packed
v ilii spectators whiU several hundn d
vacan seats were noticed in the newi
rc ted section on the north end of the
fi Id Jlaa the ushers and others been
strict nto their Jobs this crowd would
1 iv l-en el aned out Instead, the peo-
! were allo-ved to stand up. and of ' MeCurmack
si interfere with the view of tho'e fSf
v o oe i pied seats In the lower ro'vs Vrjb3
. I x rv newspaper roan in the Capital rr
io rj man who ever tried to work j,
a paper aimplv jumped the wire I1W
fenit and told the officials in charge to
Co to I under when protest was made OoRIUrry
ti a o a sideline badge would, entltlt.
tn oui i to Mirh a privilege A press r tt Ti TIT Tin I linn
nr !S'B.'?,sssifl,3KiA. A. U. DELEGATES
Ti atl h u president HKt week sug
ge-t d t it a press Imv be hmlt for tne
f,lme Saturdav but because one frotball
expert in H i-hingum who never wit
i s-ed i saint from a press box. objt 'li-d
i was drodid not to go to thi addition tl
Fr vij s it for the newspaper men. j
fjrnie footbtll sta-s and other frunds
of the uniwffsio and make thse per-
sons us tneni and the problem or crowd
Ing the Adelines at the Georgetown-yir-gimagame
here next jear will have been
season, procuring three singles, a doubl
and a triple off Frommc. Keefe. and
Fletcher, of Cincinnati, on June 5. Thrice
Larruping Larry acquired four hits as his
day's work, these being the dates on
which he manufactured a quartet of safe-
April 16. against Boston. Tyler and
on pitching, seven total bases. May
alnst Philadelphia, beaton and
SchullSi pitching, seven total bases, and
May 6. gainst St. Louis, Sallee pitching
seven total bases
local Champions Capture Past Game
at Union League Park,
12vto 0. .
In one of the best games of the season,
the Vigilant football team, Independent
champions of the South, defeated the
strong Relna Mercedes eleven from An
napolis joeteraay at Union Park by a
12 to 0 tall J. One of the largest crowds
of the season witnessed the contest.
Two forward passes, one captured by"
Wajne Hart, and the other by "Bumps"
Turner, decided the game in favor of the
Vigilant- The local eleven put up a
classy game, some of Its formations fool
ing the sailors' team. Wcems. former
Naval Academy star, plajed a great game
In center for the vl&Kors, tearing up the
Vigilants- line time and again. Had It
not been for V'eems, the locals would
have won by a big score
Hay Brown, the former Rochester Unl
News from Football Camps
Of the Big College Elevens
Cambridge, Mass., 'Nov. 17. The Har
vard players camo through their hard
contest with Dartmouth In very good
shape. The wear and tear of the con
flict weakened Capt, Wendell, but a, day
or two of rest will fix him up. Harry
Gardner, quarter back, turned his ankle
Saturday, but ho will be In shape for
he Yale conflict. Charley Btickley was
in town to-day feeling like a "thorough
bred," as he termed it. Tho perform
ance of tho Harvard team was not sat
isfactory to tho coaches. Coach Fisher
says they h-e gone away back since
the Princeton contest, while tho others
have various faults to find with the dif
ferent players Individually and collect
ively The Crimson Coaches. Messrs Wlrrilnir.
ton and Fisher, to-day complained of the
negligence of the officials In Saturday's
game, while Dudley Dean, an ex-Harvard
plavcr and newspaper man, gives
the Dartmouth team a grilling for em
ploying, as he claims unfji, totf
This Is probably a straw which shows
abandoned. Tl e watchword of the I
Ithacans now will at least be no dls-
The coaches were reticent and the
team downcast as they emerged from
their, private car, and even the loyal
cheering of hundreds of students who
went down without breakfasts to wel
come the players failed to lighten thft
situation suffused with bloom. Tho
squad came through the game In pret
ty good shape, and the whole team Is
expected to be ready to begin hard
work tomorrow for the Pennsvlvanla
game. T-Ix days of practice remain to
them. O Connor and Champagne were J
the most severely injured, but Coach
Sharp expects they will be out by the
middle of the week.
lair Tram at Greenwich.
Greenwich, Ccnn, Nov. 17 Tho Yale
football headquarters were to-day 1 ans
ferred to this shore lino town With the
arrival of the Kit football squad. grid
Iron enthusiasts became rampant, but the
Any man who is out in the open much of the time
needs a Sweater. Whether he's autoing or walking or mak
. ing a round of the golf links, a Sweater is his greatest com
fort. Mine are the trim and dressy models; not the bulky,
All the sensible colors, with collars that are hidden when you
don't want them, and handy when you do; with or without sleeves.
Properly fashioned so they fit, and roads with "notalr" buttonholes.
$3.00 to $600
Louis Hirsh Nine-twelve F Street
vcrslty star, made his appearance with i wblch wav the wind blows In Harvard warriors who met Princeton yesterday
the Vigilants. and plaved a sensational "mp concerning tho acirresslvn Dart. I "" "' tviuenit Jitrr ineir arrival
game. Ray broke through in the second I mouth team, which before the game was
half for a sixty -ard run, only to have
the ball called back, as a Vigilant man
was off side
Farmer. Buck Oliver!. ' Bumps Turner,
Bambrest, Ragon. Lacarlonl, and Sinclair
played good football fcr the Vigilants,
while Eubanks, Cole and bmith starred
for the Relna Mercedes eleven Line-up
MGILAKTfe. nns.V MUlCLDEfe
NnM. If tl B .
Mckenzie K " Braam
Touchdonrns-Hart. Turo Goala muted from
tourtuJ(ju MeKcnxJe. Brown. SutwtltuUooft Bab-
banstm for 3leRenxie Brown for Fanner Uodsrra
for Cole. Refmi Mr. Clifford ot Georsetown.
Imrtrv Mr Uheinchuda. of (.eorsrtonn. Head
Ashton's Aggregation Swamped by
Crack Service Eleven,
37 to 7.
The llolj Name eleven plaved its first
game of tho season esterda and like
wise suffered Its first defeat, the crack
post team of the Engineers turning the
trick by a score of 37 to 7, the Holy
Name s lone touchdow n coming In the
third quarter, whn a substitute eleven
represented the Bridge Builders
Johnny Blair and "Spike" Sullivan
plajed great football for the winners.
Blair tearing off one run of a jarts
around right end for a touchdown in the
first quarter, while Sullivan s line plung
ing and broken field running was a fea
ture The Engineers' line held well, the
Hob Name backs being unable to gain
with an consistency. Zapp, the En
gineers right tackle, broke through the
Hob Name line in the Drst period, block
ed a punt and made a touchdown
the second half Lieut. Chvnoweth
sent the entire second team In the game
and the Hol Name aggregation managed
to score one touchdown. From then on
the Lngineers held Asbton s bojs safe
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It. 11 li
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haled as the meekest thnr ,,- i.et v..
rock-ribbed hills of old New Hampshire.
If Harvard, ifter due consideration, de
cides to sever football connections with
the Htuovcr university Just as she has
track relations, the I'nlverslty of Penn-
oua win prooaDiy be a strong con
tender for the place Pennsvlvanla was
alwava a good drawing card
fil-iom nt Cornell.
Ithaca N. . . Nov 17 Gloomj and
disappointed over their defeat hy Mich
igan and with Pennsj Ivanla's remark
able VlctOI-V OVer ttiA Indian. ao.l.
Cole rhm ln ... ... .. - .
Smith ; "'" "" "c v.ornen xootnall
... ani.ru nere mis morning from
Ann Arbor with the prospect of six
strenuous das of last-ditch training
for the annual Thanksgiving Day
game Cornell s record was bad
enough when the team went West.
Vow It is blacker than ever, and hopes
of retaining a patch of their prestige
bj beating Pennsylvania have been
II T BILL D1ILKV.
Scrimmaging to-morrow will be for only
Trainer John Mack said to-day that the
plavers came through yesterday's game
U splendid condition. Mynn's neck liga
ments were sor to-day, and Pendleton
was also lame. He was hammered from
tho guard position by the wearing Tiger
attack, but otherwise tber were no In
juries Yale will start the week of the Harvard
game realizing that little practice Is pos
sible, but with the same two positions
unsettled that have been uncertain prac
tically all the fall quarterback and right
guard The play which resulted In the
Uelng of the score yesterdaj through Har
old Pumpeliy's wonderful booting was
called for by Frank I,oftus. third sub
stitute, after he had been ln the game
just two minutes Loftus and Pumpelly
worked together all last fall as quarter
back and tackle for the Yale freshman
team, and fortunes turned from the time
Loftus entered "the game S'rat of tfie
coaches think that he is the man to run
the eleven next Saturda)
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TELLS BANES OF
U. S. LITERATURE
HOPPE HOW LEADS
IN BIG TOURNEY
. L. II 11
It II 11
Tntlnkto erf ire In a witrr pitcher Muuderi
swr-eter to the ear c mur of our lndirg ciU
jesterdaj xnonunx than the tinkle of chuich btUa,
Tho irfinia ff&me comes bit once a jtst
and for tan we are tmlj thankful Major 8 yl ra
ter Chief of Polie
Now that ale hu been able to bold PnnoefrKi
to a tie Harvard ahould worry.
bay j Junaar lumincir. the well known Phila
delphia rarirarh writer Is r& captain
iot nix Ml mnkin political team. incie baa
can t aee any further than Ilurard Tale, and
IMncetcn. This trio baa had tho monopolj of
the pitas tutcs 190L
Youne lady callM trp the sporting editor by
phone Saturday nlfht inqmnnj the aeon of the
he reilted Oh gnody did Inky lH1 play thirtl j ernoon 8 Pla. Hoppe Jumped Into the
base Then tb wonder why mil JKmetimei take I lead ind looms up a if the most likely
to atrone drink. iwinnr of the tournament.
Watch the out of town ancrt wntera wt baay A BtranKe feature about thin Is that
Griff decsdrs tn send fitcher Herring to the I It was lamada. who pulled Iloppe down
standing b defeating him. and
It was amadi uho boosted Iloppe Into
the lead bj defeating Morninrstar. who
pre ourly was tlel with Hoppe for tho
Jumps Into Bace for Billiard Hon
ors When Yamada Defeats
.New ork, No 17 WlIUo HoDDe.
the present holder, now haa the uxidls-
putod lead In the It? 2 balk line billiard
championship tournament belmj plaed at
ine Hotel Astor By defeating Cabin
Demarest list nlirht, after Koll Tamada
had defeatetl Ora MorninRttar In tho aft-
minora for morn rxpenenoe We may expect auch I in ht:
bead lint as "rierruist eecu ivfclins.
Oirs a baseball magnate a pea ai
and he will write a mile
Virginia Was Ready.
"It we cannot beat Georgetown, wc can
at least trv and build up a defense which
vIU stop tliem from beating us. ' was the
sentiment of " irginla s coaches two weka
before the blc game plaj ed here Satunla
How well the Virginia coaches suc
ceeded ln building up such a defense Is
now ancient historj
What t am this v-ison lias been ible
to check Jim Dunn or Tug Furj '
Tet Virginia stopped this pair, am
in addition broke up nearl every at
tempt made by Costello to circle tin
Virginia coaches witnessed the In
dlan gani here, and It did not take
them long to note Georgetown's at
tack. If we can stop Dunn. Forv, and Cos
tello we will beat Georgetown," they
told their players and spent many
weary hours with tho linesmen trjine
to perfect a quick, heavy charging line,
figuring that if a line could be devel
oped that would get the jump on
vjeorgetown neiuier Tiry, Dunn, nor
Costello would do much damage. They
While all this time was spent on
Virginia's defense, the offene was not
being developed in proportion, and for
this Georgetown should be thankful.
Had the game been played one week
later the chances are that Virginia
would have won it
The majority of Virginia's players
will be back next fall, and it behooves
Georgetown to be ready for them when
they come up here. The new men look
promising, and are sure to develop.
Doyle Drove 'Em In.
Larry Doyle did not lead the Giants ln
batting last season, but he did show the"
way -to the rest of his teammatw In
flrtvlmr-In-ruiw ability that helped the
McOrawltea to mans a victory, and that
undoubtedly procured for him many Votes
from the Chalmers Jury as being the Na
tional League's most valuable player. The
auto winner was responsible for ninety
seven of the runs made by the Giants last
season, that being the number of tallies
to which Jre put the finishing touches,
e.lther' through the medium ot safe hits,
sacrifice files, or Infield outs.
Five other members of the New York
club batted la fifty or more runs, Johnny
JCmsrajr ranking, next to Doyle- with S8:
Tre4 Snodgrass. fourth, with, 3: "Chief"
Meyers, fifth, with SS. and Beals B'cker.
sixth, with SL
Doyle found the St. Louis and Boston
pitohsrs the easiest and the Chicago
-pJtehers the hardest to hit last season.
The man who won the Chalmers National
League trcphy bit at a -J77 cUp in the
series too m. mbi and with Boston,
j Important Matters to Be Discussed
at Annual Convention Held
m New York.
New York, Nov 17 Amateur Athletic
Union delegates from all parts of the
United States are in this city for the
twenty-fifth annual meeting of that bodv.
which Is called for to-morrow at the
In addition to the important work of
electing officers for the coming year,
an4 passing on records mode during the
past year, there will be a celebration
of the quarter century anniversary of
the union, which will end with a ban
quet At the end of its first quarter century,
the A A. lT has enrolled more than
1.000,000 athletes registered with the A.
A. U , or its allied members ln this
country From a small association conv
Trra Lrnch. the wcrthy iriitnL of the
ticaal Lftcne ituisrrsui that Haraa. Fogd might
mike cvxl & imUMidor to Vb)siiiU.
Woman Out in the Stale ef Washington aars
the ooly way to treat a muband who atajs
all cloht is not to cie him anr brrakfaat in
iu rainc. HoA men ho pull fl Kieh btunU doo t
Saya an cxehanc Eirry time the Carliale
Indiana into a football came thry are califd
tiron to remember what haprcned to their fore
fathers in certain land riraU with the whltea,
TCda accounts for th kind of tacklins thry do.
Osier Rush Aehton. Tranagrr of the ILoly ame
football team, did not call at tbs oClre lat nlfht
a he rirxniaed. A cianca at the core of the
came between the 1'oly Xames and the Ixcinrera
irore that ' they never come hack. Johnny PricA
arid Jimmy Kerr please write.
Joe Oliren. manazcr of the Vijilinta, doom t
think the t-ardinals. of tacandria would ho nmeh
of a drawing card lit Uniftu Ixacne Park next
Mmdaj. nertrc ai the Ordinal cnull not brat
the Mcrrurya. On the other hand it would neem
to be up to the ViiUint to brat fix darda before
dahrarjf the indereialrat cfaamrionship of Virginia
Maryland. Diatrict of Columbia, Delaware, and
PmJdent Tip ONrii of the Western League
at the Milwaukee meeting. If it wasn t for Tip
helrvng on the soo work serural of the ewiarTfr
might hare recalled their wntera from Milwanker
lie atirtetf the only good stery of the day and
furnished another yarn lg- faying he didnt mean
It. Thru -"Hiy two articles where none grew
NATIONALS WIN ONE.
Defeat the Mcriilla
SO to O
In the first game at Union League Park
vesterdav thn Nationals riefeatml thn
posed of fourteen clubs. It has extended , Meridian club by the score of to 0.
The back Held work of Davis, Barton,
its scope until now there are thirteen
associations, having a membership of
more than 1,000 clubs, and Its scope ex
tends from one end of the United States
to the other, and takes In the Hawaiian
Islands, where the district association
flourishes with a membership of thirteen
of the strongest clubs in the islands.
One of the most important pieces of
business which may come before the
board at the opening session will be the
consideration of records. There has been
much discussion of the claim of Georiro
Horine, of the University of California,
seven inches. Horine has never showrtTiPj'cfinson
anj sucn lorm. and his claim Is looked
on witn suspicion bj many experts.
and Degeaman deserve great credit, as
time and again the) would circle the
eeds for long gains The defence work
of Vernstlne and Bosley, of the Nationals,
and Foeman, for the lobcrs. was remark
ably good Kawllngs had slightly the
best of Grace In the punting end of the
game. Line-up and summary
The w eik's pa has proved several
things I irst of ull It has proved that
Kojl iHtnadH of Japan is one of the
most spectacular plavers to watch ln
action He has a fault which appears
to affect nil of the plajers competing
tor tne title lie plavs ln streaks. At
times he has shown a form that is un
beatable and at other times he has seem
ed onI a trifle better than a short
Tills, however, has been true of all
of the contestants Including Hoppe In
all of the champion s games he has start
ed outa strongly, but toward the close
of practically verj one, of his matches
he 114s slowed up in his work.
To-morrow afternoon Demarest and
Cline and Morningstar and Tavlor plav,
while In tho evening Iloppe and Sutton
and 1 amada and hloson meet
WOULD PLAT HARVARD.
Wisconsin Football IVniii Wants to
Meet tlir Crimson.
Madison. Wis. Nov 17 Agitation for
big lntersfctlon.il football game be-
veen Wisconsin and Ilirvard universi
ties is In full rAMng here, students, fac
ultj. and alumni having expreST-d them
selves In favor of such a contest, as a
result of tho defe.it of Minnesota vester-
daj Until the agitation grows stronger
Director nhler will not take steps for
such a game this year An effort will be
made, howevtr for a game next year
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
.Ideas, fire and
Detent the Tucson Tram by 24 to O
Outweighed by about ten pounds to
the man. the Spartan A. C football team
defeated the Tucson eleven- by the score
of 24 to 0 This la the third straight
victory for the Spartans. Montgomery.
bparton s speedy half back, was again
the shining light of the battle, his broken
field running and defensive work being
of very high order. Koogle and Wass-
mann aiso played well for the winners.
In the third quarter, with the ball on
the 6-yard. line, the Tucsons tnov o
brace and the Spartans were held fnr
aowns. The Hpartans win probably line
up against the Regents next Sunday, and
a good game Is looked for. Line-up and
"onoran u. k tv-i
ranaton . I. T JftaF'
Broenan L. O......."" iw
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S- if Ooodrldt
',. T - Weeks
2- fc """"". ,5fTT
Hranago i7h. g .'.. 'tSSJ
Beyer ...... . jr. B. ... Harden
Touchdowns Turner. Beyer. Hennage. Montgon.
T. BubititnUoca Marrdo for Donoran. Wain.
mann for Cranston. Stafford for Tomer, Turner
-while In the game, with the Cubs iT JTt'i.?.."SV .f? 2
..AA - . MM ..- - . i "-"" rtttvfc m au, Auugie IOT JMTer.
Daiieu vmj -ou. auyic e average against TOnekeerjer-Mr. Haaa. BeTeree-Ur. Eernolda.
the Brooklyn twirlers was JJS, against I Cnrira-Mr Eapey Head lmoaman-Mr Strobe).
the Pittsburgh pitchers, 30S: against the I uaesaan-Xesara. Bhnmak and Fakemu. Time
anolrmati curvers. .302. and acalnst th. ouanera- mipma earn.
j PSSodelpbla delivery clerks. .234.
Doyle made flvo hits 1b one game last
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wn . . .. m . ...... MOmeon
TuachdownaVriaria, Degraman, Towers, Goals
from touchdown Grace (2). Goal missed Grace.
Substitutions Wearer for Bosky. B Johnson for
uonaoia, iteoess iot rayton. Towers for Barton,
CorteUo for 8. Johnsons, Beferee Mr Dugan, Gon
zaga Cbllece. Umpire sir Grant of C H. 8.
Head lineman Mr Crouch. G. W. U Time ot
eruancrs is minutes.
MOTORCYCLE RIDERS CRASH.
Tvro Are Iniurr-d at Los Angeles
Track Record Broken
Los Angeles. Nov. IT The breaking of
a world's record and a sensational crash
which luyled two riders to the track
aaaea unusual excitement mis aiternoon
to the motorcycle races at the Stadium.
The accident came in the deciding heat
of the Class B professional race at ten
miles. Clarence Biggs was tearing along
at a ternnc cup wnen sometning went
wrong with his .machine. He quickly
pulled down to the footboard, and In
doing so crossed the path of G. B.
There was a crash that sent both riders
spinning;, but fortunately neither was se
The world's record was broken In the
first heat of the Class A Invitation race
at two miles by L. L Humirton. He
drove the distance ln 1.18 3-5, cutting
two-fifths of a second off the time made
by Eddie Hasha on the same track last
Vinegar ia an excellent cleanser for sleaxl and in
and. for brass if a littte salt be added to it
The ceostroctlon of a sew port on the east "sr
of the Island of Lczon is expected to rrdncs the tens
for hips between the Fadfic Coast of tin CnltaJ
Btatts -tat UanSa by four Car
bainrella .. 109 Rnntems .... 112
Tmrni, 109 I Jack Kllftm. 1
(Hothes Uruh 109 I Tirrkey in theltraw . Its
Joiwimi WJ bdon. . m
Mohawk Girl 109 B inch of Key 112
mitery .. 109 lt 112
bM.OM It Vt l-Two-jearilda Felling one mile
Vlimeaa 30 Insurance Vian 102
Eila Orane 9 I sinker HU
Continental" 99 j Itimcxat . . 107
Mohawk Boy . 301 1 (,rTWlO . . 103
Sand Hog . . Ml I
THIRD HAOD-Three-yearolda and upward: aewn
j.agnanf . SJ j nanorella. . lf
Jeasurbum . i.. 100 Question Mark . 10
JJf . 1J K (rtt Deck. . . 108
Ochre Court . . 104 I Haldrman . ... 108
I-Tam . 101 ! H.ney K . Ill
James Doetery . 106 1 f-urnrity ... 112
KOIRTII RVCE Norfolk tnunty Purse, threc-year-olds
Gates . . 10 I Carlton Cub 103
Joe Diehold .. . lOllWarhorn ....... ... 106
leUow Eyes 103 1 Acton . 10)
FIFTH RACB-Three-jeawilds and upward; ono
mile and Beiruty yards.
fjocky George .... 09 I sir Clecea
Bar Cliff. .
abelby - l I
SIXTH ItACl-Three-year-olds and upward, otta
mile and aerecty yards.
Arnirr . . 102 I Drroamits.... -... IOT
Jacobite ... 102 I Senator Sparks .. 107
Chilton Snuaw. ... 102 I Stairs. ........ 107
Ootlan 103 Annie Sellers. 110
Wood Dots- 104 I Golden Cattle 110
Sidon, U Nimbus. 110
Heretic .. 103 I Spricgmaas 1U
Udeod F......... MS)
Elimination Game for Local Title
Ends in Scoreless Tie at Inde
Fighting for a chance to meet the
Vigilants for the Independent cham
pionship of the District, the Mercurys
and Cardinals battled to a scoreless
tie yesterdav at Independence League
Park before a crowd of 800 spectators
The Cardinals had the ball on the
Mercury's 1-jard line In the third
quarter, on first down. bu( repeated at
tempts iaiiea and naie and u ieary
carried the hall out of danger The
game was fast from the start, the Mer
curys oomlng within an ace of scoring
ln the second period, only to lose the
ball on a fumble.
Smowden Cockrell and McBrlde
played good football for the Cardinals,
but when the lngd Foot aggrega
tions line was ln danger, the lrglnla
backs could not go through Hale,
O Leary, Lemeric, Nor tan. and Gray
starred for the Mercuris. Line-up and
Mrllennctt L T . frMeara
lhm . ... L. T ...... .. Thomas
Wianer . U i. Jeaes
liamillfQ ... c ... :Yton
llnlll .. K I. Buck
IVonclas . .. It T . JYje
tocirrU . It i. ... i,rJy
hnowden .m.. .. VI U ...H.. Lemsrie
It. ocirell .. L. ll. B . . Carroll
Vleltride . It U. 8 . . . Hale
Trigger .KB O lyrary
Referee Mr. McDonald. Lmrjire Mr Johnson
Head llresman Mr Cumbcrford. Lireemen
Messrs. Reynolda and Smith.
Bowl to Cost $700,000 to Be Erected
on New Haven Field Pay
by Bond Issue.
New Haven, Conn, Nov 17 Yale held
a mass meeting while final plans for the
new stadium were outlined Dvvld Sag-
gett of this city, secretary of the stadium
committee, presided, ind details were
given by Noah H Swavne, second, of
Philadelphia. Tale "33. The entire plant
will cost J700 000. it Is now stated, against
estimates of $500,000 when the scheme
as outlined To Yale men the affair
Is a general play ground proposition and
the stadium onl an accident This In
cludes a new club house ond a new
stand to be used for baseball and track
Paying for the stadium will be largely
by means of n bonding Issue open to the
public, assuring It of a chance to ob
tain tickets to the Important games In
case a subscriber takes a JlflO bond he
win bo allowed to purchase, at face value
two tickets to all the games played in
the stadium for fifteen jeirs In case
he takes a 2300 bond he will bo allowed
three tickets, a $300 bond will allow him
four- tickets and so on up to a JI.OOO
Tho land bought for the play grounds,
directly across the street from the pres
ent Yale field, cost ll.viiwi nrtnnr inn
acres being bought The stadium, or I
oowi. as it Is termed, will cost about
J3OO.O0O and will seat about SOOOO people,
and may be enlarged to seat 100 000 The
Dr. Maurice Egan Astonishes Them
by Rhapsodizing Hawthorne's
Copenhagen. Nov. 17 The series of lec
tures on "American Literature given bv
Dr. Egan In Copenhagen have awakened
the Danes to the fact that there Is an
American literature Mark Twain th"
know by heart and Norrls and Jack L n
don are almost as well known as Long
fellow The list of American authors
given by Mr Egan quite astonished his
When he declared that no modem au
thor In any language had Mlrpat-s d ln
psychological Insight, in exprejson of
Intense love of beautv and In perfect form
the romances of Hawthorne, notablj The
Marble Faun ' and The bcarlet Letter
there were expre-tions of amazement He
insisted that there had reallv been no
American literature (he confided the word
American to the I nltcd htatts) unt'I
the first quarter of the nineteenth cen
tur In he last three-quarters of that
century America s Period had been rt tll
He attributed the growth of literature
In the I lilted States to re-action against '
the Puritan hatred of art rnuic an1 i
natural beautv Neiertliele- he salrl
Pm'tanlsm had given a height of purltj
an exaltation of principle and a modestv
of expression to, American literature
hlch literature ln England had never
possessed There were three names In
American literature which all nation J f
culture had acknowledged Longfcllov ,
Hawthorne, and Pot- Cooper, although
read all over the world was looked on
as the wr'ter par excellence for young
Mr I gan quoted from poets unVnopn
to tro Eanes "The Chambered Nauti
lus " of Holmes. The Italian Rhap
sody. of Robert I'nderwood Johnson the
' Onward ' of George Cabot Lodge The
Little Orphan Annie. ' of James Whlt
comb Riley He analyzed the tinging
qualities of Poe, and compared them with
those of Swinburne and Kipling He said
Have you told daddy .about
(JIM DANDY 'COASTERS)
That we're giving with
For the next few davs?
Do it now. Be quick.
Boys' Suits with Knicker
bocker Pants, $2 50, $3, $4, H
$o, SO OV, iJW.OU, UJ,
Boys' Overcoats, $2 to SI 0
901-9 8th St. S. E.
We rslvr vote. In The Herald
Always the Same
pecfa Private Delivery.
MFHtrwt 3. W. Tfcca. Uaia usj.
Ar tho driwt ind j-jbt eflciert of aT
heatera. Lamp uvttt Uti hmeot ra be caed
nvwhtrr Luminous tjj1" that ffcrd th. c
enrer of in open to. u loir u. .d0
Eletric LanntlrT Irons H30 up.
National Electrical Supply Co.,
133-30 X. Y. Are. Phone M. 8500.
We Olio Venn in The HenJd i S3 0CO Ct-rtML
HEWS SMART FURNISHINGS
that Conan Dole had Imitated Aery well, Th , ,t,, ,, .v , .
h. h nM .c.. ,,,1 r... t .. a Thc shop that clls the cleverest ot
but ho could ne er eo.ua! Poe, for Guy du
Maupasxant. hifhself, also an Imitator of
Poe, had necr surpased "The Cask ot
Amontillado He admitted that Hnnells
had been nfluenied b Hilzac Henr
James bj Flaubert, and Norrls bj .
but the were all temperamcntalb Amer
ican, and It would be hard to find anr
European Influence on either AVhittler
or Hamlin Garland. Mr Kgan pnld
trlbuto to the "Slain Traveled Roads" ot
Carland He spoke with Intenc enthu
siasm of Sidney Lanier and of the un
adulterated Americanism of whittler
nen's fixings for less
M. LEVITAN & CO.
30- X4TII ST. T. W.
We give Herald .ooo ronteat votes.
Whnt Warn the Itcanon
I told Joslah to tell Widow Wray,
To tell Mrs. Jones, next door.
To tell Eph Brown, who goes that Tay,
To tell Deacon Squires at the store.
To tell our old sttge driver, Abraham
To come for me sure and ln seaon
Xo. I'vo waited all day and no stage
have I seen.
So, what, pray tell. Is tho reason'
Don't Throw Away
Your Dull Blades.
We will re-sharpen
them so they will
shao better than
G Ilette Blades and All
M NINTH STRtETN-W.
We sire Herald $23,000 conteat votes.
'Apprentice allowuoe clllmed.
Danger In Totvn Wells.
SYorn the 8prlnlUld CtpubUom.
At Towson, Mi, a strenuous campaign
Is being waged afgalnst typhoid, with the
refult that of 131 wells ln the town only
four are to be left open by the board cf
health Is It wonderful when suoh shock
ing conditions can develop that the
United States rankB far below other civ
ilized countries ln Its typhoid record?
. - I ir .ic . H ivt
. . 99 I Hedge. Rose 107
.. 99 Kteljr, Darn. 10"
. 99 1 Cheer Up .. . IOT
... 99 trnrlet Punreniel ... 110
' iSJ I lSS"i4rr.if: ii? clubhouse wUl cost $100 000 and the base
- i - - .... . t.,,11 ..... TL... ..a eirnrwi ml
"' " miuui tuuuw ine reraainaer
of tho money. It was explained to-night,
will be employed In the general develop
ment of the grounds and of the planj.
The stadium, or coliseum, will be bowl
shaped and will bo a partially sunken
affair. It will be twentv-fhe feet below i
and thlrty-fhe feet above ground It Is I
proposed to remove the loam from the I
territory to be covered by the Held and
stands, then to excavate the material
from the field and use It for construct-
Ing an embankment, the inner slope to
be cut into steps with a tread of twenty
seven inches and rises arylng from
eight inches at the bottom to about
thirteen Inches at the top each riser
being about three-thirty-seconds of an
inch higher than the one below It. These
steps are to be protected by a grano-
uthlo covering like a. sidewalk and curb.
On these are to be built wood benches
with a back and a foot rest to raise the
10 per cent discount on any
gun ln the store. Many guns at
about half price Save money
here and now.
GEORGE A. EMMONS
207-2071-2 Pa. Ave. S. E.
We give vote In The Herald
WILSON & TRAVELS.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
Macaslaea. Periodical!, and Genera
SV G T. "V. w. Phone Sfala 8269
W Girt Voto in Tne Herald a S3.9M Ccctnt.
804 Seventeenth Streets
97 YEARS' "cceiwfoI practice In lha
i.1 li.HU , of chronic. rrTema,
and Special diseases of Men and Women,
Means Health to Yon if You Suffer
From Catarrh. Obe-itr HnnmutiKn, tocitlpatfara.
riles Throat. Lun, Brain. Heart. Blood, and atia
DUraaea. terrcus iVhUItr Mdner Dueaxa. Blad
dir Troubles Speeutc Blood rouoolc Erut-tleam
Llceta and all rrirats Dueeaes cured foe Us M
lata methoda. ,
CUAUUES tow, INCLCDIa MgDICIMA
CON'l LTtTION FREE.
Private Wnltlns- Rnom for Ladlea.
TO to 1. J to . Snndars. tl to tt.
On the nerous system, blood, and
stomach Doctor a servloe and medicine.
;: Hours 10 to 8. Phona M. 1511,
Wa Gls Vote, ln Tba Harald a TS.0D1 Oataas.
Some of the condemned wells may still
be used for cattle provided the pumps are ' f..T ,er Jii Tb.rl. toI
t,-. i..vi ,. Tk- tn,.i, i. ii -win. . eet rrom the concrete. There are to be
fifty-seven rows of seats
kept locked when the trough is full. Vio
lation of this rule will be punished by "de
naturlng" tho water with coal oIL Water
Is the best of drinks, but it can be as dan
gerous as any and It seems an almost im
possible thing to persuade the public to
take the simple precaution of boiling all
drinking water or lse sticking to tea and
The entrance to the field Itself is to be
through a wide reinforced concrete tun-
rnel made on a slope from the ground
outside tne embankment to the field.
A French fdenttfle eodety has erected a raonu
msnt tn ormorr of Amper. tfaa aJectrlcal pknar, to I
sua nun cur w lODS
0afea & EmnKnty
Shirts, worth 50c.
3 for II 00.
All Elastic Jock Straps, that
sen usually ior itc. spe
cial for to-day
Tiw Pr Locva TOwtrM
Bodj flitiery b thi rretU
est wlf-oart foe tniatM
txO, debility tb wocM h
rer Ilcovd. Jfo 2imi na
aedieiae, no dlttinc, no na
nU demtikd ot kdj ort;
just onss &n disdimtlcs
sad thi IcTVBtloa Till i
tkts wcrk. It seeds aVrwro
Tittl Uf fata row
nerrm crjaiu tad blood
asleep It alto cutm rioc
nittTOi. vtak back ctr
rotumei mtrtrn Unr,
rd kidney disorder Ttj
cetp. and atopa Iomci. Dr.
Lorwu Drr fVH itoraiM
Lattery la a high-ende battery Teqaim no ardnc
with Tinesar or addn, is 33) per cant eailer applied.
Cirea 100 prr cent cmtrr serrice and U tVI at a
low prlca iritlwot added cost for fancy hooka.
V Booklet with full particulars and factory I-ric
by mail FREL, aealed.
W. .II. IOREfZ ELECTRIC WORKP,
234 Linoola Afenoe Chicago. Ill
is Interested and snouia bw a
hnr.t the vonderfttl
t MARVEL Whirimg Spn9
s new Vaginal SyTtngv.
Best meat ccnTetJent, R
ti ii ,1 i-ajjii ii
iucrtlitfcr it.'1-. jQkL. r-
4 vv lr&ZZKZ
7V m as
If he cannot raoc'r t
MARVEL, accent co ctfaet?
but send staass for llhutrated
book sealed. It elres f ull partica
r xnAAiT5lrm linvaliuhle fa ladles
MAa C0..4atJa StmLKsw Tsrkw
0DonneU a rharmacJei, 901 F St. xrr . rd and 1
SU nw., 3d and Pa. At, nw, Xi and U Sta. nw.
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