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said the other had nothing he
The Phils will train at Wilmington,
N. C, next spring,
Joe Borrell laced Larry Ryan in six
rounds at Philadelphia. Borrell is a
good .fighter and a busy one. It was
his second victory of the week.
Jack Britton knocked Battling
Gates out in the third round at
Wilkesbarre, Pa. A left to the chin
Started Gates to oblivion and a right
uppercut finished the business.
.Richard J. Donovan, a ticket seller
employed at the Polo Grounds, New
York, was fined -$100 yesterday, as a
result of the investigation of the
manner in which "world's series tick
ets reached the hands of scalpers.
Jimmy Kilroy, the North Side man
ager, who has a good string of mitt
slingers-under his direction, claims to
have a bearcat lightweight in Andy
Driseoll. In his eagerness to get bat
tles Drjsct)Il is willing' to take on any
welter ' who fancies himself as a
scrapper. Kilroy wants to land Spike
Kelley, Billy Walters, Bud Logan or
"I would have given 1,000 if that
play had gone for a touchdown!"
exclaimed Coach P. H. "Hurry-Up"
Yost, after Quarterback Tommy
Hughitt crossed the Penn's goal line
on a fake kick formation.
Hughitt was called back by Ref
eree Eckersall and Michigan was
penalized for holding in the line a
Michigan man slipped in the mud and
grabbed a Penn forward to "save him
self, and the referee called it holding.
- The play was Yost's masterpiece
the crowning achievement of a ca
reer unequaled in football. Never has
the Wolverine Wizard conceived a
cleverer coiip and never had he
taught his jpen to. execute one with
more deadly precision.
Football men at the game united
in declaring that the fake was the
cleverest thing they ever saw on -a
gridiron. It takes a higher place than
Yost's marvelous triple forward pass
which, dazed Penn a yea ago.
The play came 'in the-third quarter
of the Michigan-Pennsylvania game
November 15,' Michigan worked the
ball to Penn's 30-yard line and Capt.
Patersonwa;s called back for a place
kick. T' '
In the Cornell .game, a week pre
vious, Pat'erson kicked goal under
identical conditions, and the Penn
scouts hadraported it
Quarterback "Hughitt dropped up
on one knee, with hands outstretched
"Hurry Up" Yost.
to receive-the ball and place it for
Patereons educated toe.
Hughitt called the signal and the
oval sailed through the air. But the
hearts of 20,000 fluttered when it was
seen that Hughitt couldn't place the
ball properly. Paterson stepped for
ward to .kick.
The Pennsylvania forwards were
oozing through the line; the second
ary defense was closing in; there
wasn't a second to lose as Patersdn's
foot swung forward, missing the ball!