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though outplaying the Big Red
team; Yale bowed to Brown in an
unexpected defeat, and Harvard beat
Princeton only by the margin of a
Cornell's victory came from three
field goals by Shiverick. Brown was
admittedly strong, but no one expect
, ed the Providence boys to run over
Yale as they did. And Harvard's
shifty and powerful attack was
stopped by Princeton, who would
undoubtedly have at least tied the
score if Tibbot and his effective toe
had been in the game. It was not
an impressive win for the. Crimson,
and Princeton's strength makes that
eleven a fine bet against Yale in
their forthcoming struggle.
Out here in the hinterland Ohio
and Northwestern continued to win
and are the logical contenders for
Conference honors when they meet
Nov. 25. Northwestern must clear
Purdue to make the Ohio game a
championship affair, and all the
Buckeyes have to do for a clean slate
is down Case, which is not a Con
In beating Iowa, Northwestern did
not show anything unusual. Com
paratively they did not look as pow
erful as Ohio did while smothering
Indiana under an avalanche of
touchdowns. But the Purple was un
doubtedly being held back. Early in
the game it was apparent that Mur
phy's peopl& could gain through the
. Iowa line when necessary and the
only reason they were forced to
come from behind was that they
made the almost fatal mistake of
holding the Jones pupils too lightly".
Northwestern was also without the
services of Patty Driscoll, captain
'Jfe and most sensational ground gainer
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made the difference of about two
Ohio adherents will point out that
the Buckeyes had Chick Harley In
the game for only ten minutes and
still scored 46 points against the
Hoosiers while keeping their own
goal spotless. And they will call at
tention to the fact that Northwest
ern, with Driscoll in the game, was
only able to beat Indiana by one
But it was a different Hoosier
eleven that went against Ohio. When
Indiana met Northwestern there was
still a chance for Stiehm's people to
make a respectable showing in the
Conference race. They were play
ing wath ambition and determination.
But Northwestern took the pep from
them. Against Ohio the Hoosiers
were dispirited and ambitionless and
they were also without the services
of Archie Erehart for the greater
part of the contest.
Comparative scores in this in
stance are x valueless. Nov. 25, if
neither team suffers injuries, Ohio
and Northwestern will be about on a
par and the battle will be worth
going a long, long way to see.
North Shoresby playing a score
less tie with Lexington, finished their
schedule in the Chicago Independent
Football league with three victories,
no defeats and two ties. Cornells
beat Wallaces, 23 to 0, which gives
them a standing of two victories, no
defeats and two ties. Cornells can
tie North Shore by defeating Lexing
ton next Sunday in a game post
poned from the first round.
Corinthians 4, Bricklayers 1.
Campbell Rovers 3, Slavia 2.
Pullman 6, McDuffs 0.
Joliet 2, Swedish-Americans 0.
Palmer Park 2, Fram 1.
Harvey 3, Harvesters 0.
Conroy Colts 3, Mohawks 2.
Lincoln Park 6, Washington Pk. 0.
Chic. Amer. 6, Hyde Pk. Blues L
Ft Wayne 14, Evan. North Ends 0.
Cornell-Hamburgs 13, Racine 3.
Arabys 7, Ouilmettes 0.
Merrimacs 35, Fox A. C. 0.
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catch more than a cold from sitting
in the draught.