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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 11, 1912.
Georgetown Eleven Strikes Yale Style, of Play tn Washington and Lee Tomorrow
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By BRYAN MORSE.
With the announcement today of the
line-up for the same agalnit Washing
ton and -Lee tomorrow afternoon, the
Georgetown coaches are far from op
tlmlstte over the outcome) No predic
tions are made for a win even,
although confidence la expressed In the
ability of the Blue aand Gray eleven to
come through with a creditable show
ing. Coaches Dalley, Bennts and Qargan
realize that the Georgetown team will
be up against a harder proposition than
Is generally supposed, and know that
the hot weather has retarded the
progress of the team. According to
Coach Dennis, Van Brocklln and Derby
will hold down the end positions;
Hegarty and Relnschlld, the tackles,
Barron anA Morlartty, the guards, with
Hitch at center. Calnan Is picked for
quarter with Costello.-Dunn, and Mur
ray In the backfleld.
Reports from Lexington, Va., where
Washington and Lee Is located, tell of
the hard preparation for tomorrow's
game. That Washington and Leo has
a heavy team and one which will em
ploy the Yale style of play goes almost
without saying. Jim Rellly Is a former
Yale player and will undoubtedly use
that style of play. What success he
will attain Is a matter of Interest.
The last team to appear on George
town Field with a Yale style of play
was North Carolina. Arthur Brides
coached that eleven and brought up a
bunch of huskies. Using the Yale play
the team gave a mediocre performance,
and If Rellly has succeeded In getting
his team going he will be one of the
first In the South to successfully em
ploy the method.
Business' showing against the George
town Preps yesterday was as good as
could be expected, and Coach Farmer
has a team which will make any of the
high schools hustle to win. Business
will no doubt be an even stronger eleven
when It faces Western In Its first game.
The Preps had the advantage of play
ing together for more than three weeks,
while Business has had but one game,
so far. The Business ends and back
fleld played good football under a han
dicap. No attempt Is made to under
estimate the strength of the Preps,
who have a number of sterling players,
and look to be the best of the scho
lastic teams In the city.
Gallaudet Is on Its way to Lexington,
wbero It will meet the Virginia Military
Institute team tomorrow afternoon.
Tho Virginia cadets have an excep
tionally fast and successful team this
year, und Gallaudet Is not expected to
win the contest.
So far the cadets have won both
their contests by large scores, and ex
pect to "In tomorrow. Gallaudet ban
an exceptional team this season, In
that It appears to play In-and-out foot
ball with a small measutu of success.
Bear stories are coming out of Catho
lic University, with reports that no
largo score Is anticipated In the game
against Rock Hill tomorrow. Coach
McDevttt has had his team for more
than three weeks now, and should bu
quite well prepared after two practices
a day for a long period and fairly
good material with which to build a
Randolph May Play
At General's Place
'''CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., Oct 11.
"Oeak" Rundolph, the Washington boy,
who Is filling In at quarterback In Cap
tain Todd's place, on ;tho,VlrgInla team,
may land the position. Todd has been
back In the line-up for the past three
days, and Randolph, whose work has
been of higher caliber, seems to be
able to hold his own. Todd has yet
to be played at quarter, and it Is ex
pected that Randolph will bo given a
Four coaches are now at work on the
Virginia team, the latest addition be
ing Billy Gloth, former captain and
center of the team. Gloth Is giving
valuable aid to the line men, and ex
presses himself as satisfied with the
material on hand, an1 the progress
made so far. Dr. Madi'-ox, Gloth, itlco
Warren, and Head Coach Speed El
liott are pointing tho team for the Van
derbllt game, and that later tvith
Following the Hampton-Sidney game,
which Is expected to bo a walkover,
the team will bo put through the hard
est sort of work So far hot weather
has played havoc wJth the condition
ing of the team, and it Is hoped that
more seasonable weather will bo com
ing. Yale in Scrimmage
With Freshman Team
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. ll.-The
Yale varsity football team went
through another stiff scrimmage wl(h
the freshmen yesterday and managed
to score one touchdown, Loftus, quar
terback, making It after a long end run.
The practice was again In secret, and
soma of tho best "punting of the year
was done by the backs. Spalding, Phll
bln. and Baker comprised the backfleld.
Loftus was at quarterback In place of
Cornish, who Is suffering from a sprain
Army Seen in Fast
Practice With Scrub
WEST POINT. N. Y.. Oct. ll.-The
Aimy's first team put In a strenuous
thirty-minute scrimmage with the
scrubs yesterday afternoon. It was one
of the snappiest practices seen on the
plains this season and the scrubs put
up a hard fight.
"Every Knock Is a Boost."
Perhaps the happiest man on the field
at Fenway Park yesterday was Josn
Dcvore. Ills great running catch saved
the vlrtcry for his team and put to
rout those Jokers along the Great White
Way whofe particular delight has been
to poke fun at him all season. That
catch was his vindication.
Grift saws wood.
Manager Griffith believes In sawing
wood at all times and Is busy signing
up his young athletes before they scat
ter to the far corners of the land. He
wunts to have a oulet. nenceful winter.
In which to lay his plans for copping
me urnnani irom me ilea box In lsu
annf Is a busy little toee.
Players are hoggish.
Navy Will Not Take Any
Chances on the Game
The contestants In the world's series
are hoggish to an extreme in claiming
their share of Ave games Instead of
four, merely because Wednesday's game
ended with a tied score. And when they
threaten to refrain from playing In an
other such world's series whs, that's
positively a "scream." Don't worry
about It nil; they'll bo there.
High school series.
Those who have seen the high schools
play In their first games say there is
little to choose between the elevens for
the coming championship series. Busi
ness and Western look to be about
evenly matched, while Central and Tech
hni'e failed to show anything Impres
sive or of championship caliber. East
ern' Is losing teveral players, but will
be as strong as the others. Certain It
is that there will not be the walkovers
as in other seasons.
The death of Tommy Conneff, who
rprang Into prominence many years ago
as a phenomenal long-distance runner,
recalls to mind his many sterling per
formances. Conneff Joined the army,
ii nd had attained the rank of sergeant
He still holds the world's record for
thx K, IVi. 54. and IV, miles. lie held
the mile decord until It was broken
by John Paul Jones In 1911, at which
time he sent a letter of congratula
tion to Jones, who succeeded In break
ing the record after sixteen years of
assault by the world's best athletes.
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Oct 1L-Th Mid
dies will have their heaviest eleven In
the game tomorrow against Lehigh, the
coaches Insisting" on vletory. Brown,
Ingram, and Howe, the big center trio,
will start the battle, while Captain
Rodes will occupy his old place behind
the line. With Gilchrist at quarter, the
Kavy will have the heaviest backfleld
The Navy forwards are picking up
aggressiveness. Urged on by the
coaches, they are fighting all the time,
and should be most formidable by the
time the big garns are played. It la
expected that last Saturday's score will
be bettered by at least twenty points.
Jack Dalton. the great kicker of the
last two years. Is spending much time
with Alexander and Leonard, teaching
them the finesse of place-kicking and
punting. One or the other will do the
kicking for the eleven this season.
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