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Harvard and Princeton Battle for Gridiron Supremacy--HiUtoppers at Richmond
A GREAT MAN'S CONVERSATION MUST BE VERY INSTRUCTIVE - By Goldberg
I'M THE GOY
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
TYPICAL FOOTBALL
FOR BIG CONTEST
Harvard and Princeton
Clash Today at For
mer's Stadium.
Today's Line-up
Harvard. Position. Princeton.
Fritofr l.. , . . .rVWight
Storer L. T Phillips
Pennock L. 0.. ... Shenk
Parmenter.. Center .Bluetbenthal
Trumbull.... R. G.. .Logan
Hitchcock. ..'.... R. T . . E. Trenkman
Coolidge R. E Dunlap
Gardner Q. B S.Baker
Hard wick.... L. H. B Pendleton
(Capt.)
Brickley R. H. B... . Waller
Wendell F. B. De vitt
(Capt)
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 2 By
providing a crisp, cool, bright day, the
weather man has done his best to atone
for the rain he gave yesterday that
thoroughly soaked the gridiron In the
Immense concrete stadium whom the
on of Princeton and Harvard buttle
today for the football championship
before 34.000 persons.
The coaohes of both elevens look for
a hard, close game. The slippery going
I) will probably be of assistance to the
1 heavy Harvard attack, but Head Coach
Logan Cunningham declined to admit
that his Tigers would be Inconvenienced
much by the mud.
Both Harvard and Princeton have a
nearly perfect attack. Their backtleldH
are fast, know the game, and ran bo
depended upon to light to tho last sec
ond for all the gain possible. I'rlnccton
relies much on line shifts, varied with
the running of Hobey Baker and "Tol"
Pendleton. This Is expected to swine
the victory to tho Tigers.
WendeU Should Shine.
Harvard counts on Captain Wendell
and Charlie Brickley to shine most
gloriously today. Wendell's weak ankle
baa fully recovered Its Btreugth, and
tils tomado-llke rushing Into the line
chould greatly bother the Princeton
eleven.
Charlie Bricklcy's brilliant goal kick
ing may provide a surprise for Prince
ton. This young man 1b one of the
surest and most accurate kickers In
the Eaet.' Hardly u game has gone by
this ypar without his booting a couple
of field goals from scrimmage, Prime
ton will probably watch for him, but
the Crimson coaches believe he will
kick at lenst one Held goal.
Harvard's eleven Is almost un even
match for I'rlnccton In every vvity,
though slightly heavier The enllro
team averages 177 pounds, three pounds
more than Princeton. The Crimson for
wards average llii pounds, two more
per man than the Tigers. It I In the
hackfleld that Harvard's weight may
ri'iint The crimson backs uveragc 176
pounds, while tho Tlgirs tile but 1C7
pounds. "
Weak In Defense.
While powerful on attack, both elev
ens have displayed remarkable wrnk
nesu on defense. With the clippers'
Hold, therefore, Harvard's boue-crusn-Ing
attack on the line Is expected to
hear fruit In at least one touchdown
The Tigers' principal method used In
advancing the ball Is a line shift with
quick, daihlng spurts just uutBldu of
t.iciue rue uiiu going muj greotiy In
tel fere with thlo, It Is thought.
The punting should he excellent Ham
l'elton. Harvard's big end, boots tho
ball regularly lor klxt.'-llve yuiils, hU
ends und tackles covering them with
il.-ndlv ni curacy. However. Prliueton
lias a good puntei In DeWltt, who is
expected to hold his own against the
Cilmson.
Tho llnellilunglng of Wendell and De
Wltt Is flie best of the eur and Is
certain to bo seen In nil Its pouer liar
vard counts much on tV worl, of her
puiuy captain today ugauist the I'Ieuis
ELEVEN WILL MEET
TAR HEEL OUTFIT
North Carolina, However, Is
Not Expected to Be
Hard Foe.
Georgetown's crippled varsity "football
eleven meetH North Curollna today at
Richmond, Va., and though the coaches
look for a hard game .1th a small
score, the Hllltoppera should have lltth'
difficulty In winning from the Tor
Heels.
"Blonde)-" Rhrlnnchlld In out of tlio
same for the remainder of the season,
having two fractured ribs, his reward
fur playing a beautiful gnme against
Carlisle last Saturday. Ills place today
will be taken b Petrltz, one of the
candidates for center.
Man In Hitch will play tho pivot po
sltlcn today against his former eleven
Hitch wan one of the beat men In th
i North Carolina line lust season, and
i the turn of fate has him playliiB
uKuuisi ine lar ueeis touav.
Today'H back Held will very likely
conrlxt uf .White, Fury, Van Dyne, and
I tarn I'ostello. Murruy and Dunn are
not in shape to play. Charlie Herein
will play right end. his regular berth
Innt season. Derby will hold down the
other wing.
Lehigh Expects to Be
Defeated by Indians
SOUTH BHTHLKHEM, Nov. 2.-Iy-hlgh
finished her work yesterday fur
the contest with the Carlisle Indluns
today under adverse conditions. The
Held was so soggy from an all-da rain
Hint tho man warn l.b.n n .! ......-.
TIiIb proved unsatisfactory, so the
niunu inuvcu oui iu ine campus, mere
thev were mil thrnui-h n lnn .(.mi
drill.
Iehlgh will go Into tho game deter
mined to hold tho Indians down to thrco
or rour loucnuowns. ine spirits or tho
men, which were low nil week, havo
risen slightly, but tho team that fares
Carlisle will be represented by several
srtpples.
Lafayette Ready.
IiABTON, Pu., Nov. 2. The finish
ing touches havo been put upon La
fayette's football eleven and llucknell
will bump Into a tough foe today. How
ever, Dick Diamond will not be In the
game at end, a slight Illness keeping
him on the sidelines. Last year's scores
of a single touchdown Is expected to
be bettered today by Lafayette.
Dartmouth Favorite.
HANOVER. N. H., Nov. 2.-Dart-mouth
Is favored over Amherst today,
the Green having tho more weight and
the fewer Injured players. Illnman'a
good work In practice haB given him a
place at guard against the Massachu
setts eleven. Hogsett will stay at end,
with Morey and Whitney playing half
back. Gridiron Games Today
Georgetown vs. North Carolina, at
Richmond, Va.
Catholic University vs. Delaware at
Newark, Del
Gallaudet vs. Washington College, at
Charleston n, jid.
Princeton va Harvard, at Cartridge.
Pennsvlvanla vs. Penn State, at Phil
adelphia Cornell vs. Williams, at Ithaca
Army vs Holy Cross, at West Polnu
Amherst vb Dartmouth, at Hanover.
Bates vs. Bowdoln, at Brunswick.
llucknell vs iJifajette, at Easton.
Johns Hopkins vs Stevens, at Baltl
rnoi e
Carlisle vs. Ihlgh, at South Bethle
hem, Syracuse vs. Rochester, at Syrncuse.
Maine vs Colby, at Waterviile.
Brown vb. Vermont, at Piovldencc.
Hwarthmoro vs. Urslnus, at Swurth
more. Chicago vs. Wisconsin, at Madison.
Minnesota vs. Illinois, at Minneapolis.
Tufts vb. Massachusetts Aggies, at
Medford.
Rutgers vs. Hamilton, at New Bruns
wick. Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh, at Pittsburgh.
02p
HOLLENBACK'S TEAM FACES
HIS OLD ELEVEN TODAY
Franklin Field Will Be Scene
of Great Football
Battle.
By LOUIS A. DOUGHER.
A triumph for Penn Stalo today
on Trnnklln Field will b the triumph
of one of Penn's greatest players over
his alma mater. It will also be the
second victory In two snusona of the
up-starters over the Red and Blue. Fur
thirmoro, from everw Indication, Penn
Stutc will enter the gnmc a pronounced
favorite, trained to thP minute physi
cally and ochooled to play all the foot
ball that Bill Hollenbeck knows
Tour or five jears ago Hollenback
wm considered tho greatest fullback
Penn ever had had. Not onlv could he
plow great holes through any line In
the land, but as an end runner he cluas.
id with the best. Jn addition to Uh'ho
two qualities, ho was one of the best
punters In the East, while his defen
sive play ranked him high on the grid
iron. Now he Is coaching Penn State
and counts on winning from Penn as
he did from the battered Ithacatis ear
lier In the season
This Is not a Joke team, either, this
rnn State aggregation It has one of
the liest kicking fullbackB of the year
In Captain Mauthe and a perfei t San
dow at end In Very. This latter player
should come close to landing on the
nll-Amerlcun eleven, for his perform
ances for two jears now have been re
markable. Miller a Wonder.
Then. too. there Is Miller, the quar
terback, whose wonderful running
ogalnst Penn last year decided the
course of the battle In Penn State's
favor. He Is practically unstoppable
when once he gets under way. and bh a
slippery runner In a broken field ranks
well with such stars as "Tollle" Pendle
ton, the Princeton star; Harry Costello.
BASKETBALL SQUAD
TO
Poor Outlook for Goal
Shooters at Hilltop
School.
Candidates- for the Georgetown Uni
versity preparatory school basket ball
tiam have been ordered to report for
their initial workout next Monday after
noon In the It) an gymnasium, and ac
cording to all Indications one of the
largest squads ever out for the'aport on
the Hilltop will report to Coach Joyce.
The basket hall sumo at the Blue and
Gray prep school Is more or less de
i 'orallicd this year, no all of last sea
son's regulars are gone clthor grad
uated last June or failed to be enrolled
thts fall. Only Bcrldlnl, a substitute, Is
left of last winter's District scholastic
champions, and he, In nil probability,
will be chosen tn captain tho squad
which will thlB year endeavor to de
fend successfully the championship title
won last ear by the star quint com
posed of lid Mriuiii Hilly Martin, who
was oaptaln. Oswald Dally, Herbert
I nne, Earnest Nordllnger, and Edward
Crowe.
Crowe was chosen captain for the
1912-1C13 learn last spring, but as ho
failed to matriculate on the Hilltop
this year, n new leader will have to be
chosen, while Murum. Martin, Duller,
end Lane have nil enteied the George
town t oiiege, anil ure consequently in
eligible for all prep teams.
Despite the fact that llerldlnl Is the
only man left of last year's squad, pros
pects of developing n winning teum an
fairly bright, for many men who have
signified their Intention or lepoitlng for
the tenm have had previous basket ball
e-pereii(0 In othel prep or high sihonU
and coma In the lowtl Institution with
enviable reputations made on other
courts.
REPORT MONDAY
ahth 'fMe cirXjoR
Georgetown's pride, and Tenney, Brown
University's great running halfback.
Perhaps, when all in said. Miller Is the
brightest star of the wholo team. Phil
adelphia's still remember with what
brilliancy this H2-pounder caught the
first kick-off under his goal posts last
yenr and raced the length of the field
through the Quakers, dodging this one,
stuff-arming the next, and sliding away
or outrunning the thtrd would-be tack
ier. He Is the most feared man In tho
Penn State llnf-up.
Mauthn weighs ISO pounds, and, while
a marvelous goal kicker, either from
placement or hy drop-kick, la a ver
itable tornado when he starts plunging
Into the line. When called upon to punt,
seldom does he fall to boot the ball at
Itast s'xty yards.
Engle Powerful.
Much of Penn State's offense Is built
(.bout Engle. the big left tackle Ho
tips the bam at 190 pounds, and uses
every ounce In every game. Cornell
still remembers his work of a few
BOB THAYER'S
Sporting Gossip
"Every Knock-Is a LlosL"
Crimson va. Tigers.
The it-ally big game toda In the
East is that buvveen Harvard and
Princeton at Cambridge. It looks like
nn even thing, the slippery field favor
ing sllghtlv the heavier Harvard eleven.
Not since 1887 has a Harvard eleven
triumphed over Princeton. Today tho
Crimson has a chance. It la very prob
able that today's winner wlH be the
year's champion.
.
Georgetown crippled.
Georgetown Is fortunate In having a
comparatively weak opponent at Rich
mond today. North Carolina has shown
nothing so far this season to warrant I
Its being able to do much with the
sturdy Blue and Gray, crippled us It Is
today. It Is quite probable that George
town will have a substitute backfleld In
the game very early, but no trouble
shouid be experienced in winning.
Baltimore excited.
Baltimore's athletic wizards are be
come greatly ularmed at the Amateur
Fedoratlon of the District of Columbia,
fearing lest tho suzerainty so long en
Joyed by Baltimore In track sports In
this section be lost. It Is surprising to
the gentlemen of Baltimore to havo the
District authorities refuse longer to
take orders, but prefer to glvo a few.
Penn State favorite.
Penn State's husky eleven Is favored
over Pennsylvania for .today's victory
on Franklin Field and the cup of the
Quakers' misery Is running over. John
Hollenback has u strong, fast team
under his charge, und It will be most
surprising to have It defeated. Penn
State Is looked upon to add to the proof
mounting to tho skten that Dr. Carl
Williams must go, If Penn would win.
Cunningham's test
This is the tost day of Logan Cun
nlnghum, und all Washington Is inter
ested. He is a Washington hoy, a
graduate of local schools, and started
his own football career on local grid
Irons. Later he becume a star punting
halfback at I'rlnccton, playing on the
vurslty eleven. But best of all, he bus
football brain, and some of thut Is sura
to be seen today at Cambridge.
Ho's after Lynch
Horace Kegel's after Lynrti In his
latest broadside he calmly announces
thut Lynch Is ridiculous when he at
tempts to oust the Phillies' mogul, one
of Lynch'fl own bouses. Certainly
Charlie Muiphv must have Impregnated
Fogel with a little pepper and the but
tle will be wagtd fiercely when tl-ut
meeting opeua In New York on tho l!tih.
Defeat of Penn Would Be
Second in Two
Seasons.
weeks past when the cripples are Been
roaming about Percy ricld at Ithaca.
With him tearing open holes and bal
ing opponents. It Is comparatively eas
for Mnuthe and Miller, and Tobln or
Welty to make long gains.
Tho Penn State forvnrds nre all
husky lads. Lamb, at right tackle, la
u Impound infant. The guards are
more than 1R0 pounds ench. Clark, at
renter, weighs IV; and Is fast on bin
feet for n squat lad.
Penn States stylo of play Is built
upon the Older of Pemmvlvanlans.
with new wrinkles devised by Hollen
back. It Is n inuuh style, too, half tho
Cornell eleven going to the hospital af
ter bumping Into It It Is speedy, too,
always rushing and rushing along with
the deadllness off a mountain current.
Quakers Are Weak.
The Quakers are weak this season and
nothing but gloom rests upon Pranklln
Field. It Is almost a foregone conclu
sion that Hollcnback's team will win
today. Andy Smith's course at Penn
Is about done und, with Hollenback
triumphing over his alma muter, thero
Is likely to bo u demand for his ser
vices at Penn
However, those who know the Inside
of the football situation at Philadelphia,
say that Hollenback will never accept
the position as head coach of the Red
and Blue while the present board of
strategy Is In control. They declare that
he Is too Independent to bow- to a lot of
silk-stockinged "experts" when It cornea
tn teaching football.
That's why. Indeed, that he Is at Ponn
State this year. That's why, too, that
he will In all reliability turn loose upon
Franklin Field this afternoon a football
eleven trained to the minute In every
way. and It will be strange If Miller and
Mauthe and Engle and Very do not
trample the aonB of William Penn be
neath their feet for tho second time In
tuccesalon.
T
TEAM THIS WINTER
Notre Dame's Crack Sprinter
Enters Law School at
Georgetown.
Charles "Dutch" Bergman, last year's
ciack sprinter at Notre Dame has en
tered Georgetown Law School una will
run on the track team. Inasmuch aa
he can cover the distance, in 10 flat,
his value to the Bluo and Gray truck
squad may bo easily seen.
Bergman vvuh Induced to enter George
town by "Morrcy" O'Connor, last 5 enr s
v-jrsltj first baseman on the Hilltop
nine.
In addition to being n sprinter, 'Berg
man played halfback on Notro Dame s
vurBlty football eleven lust yeai, excel
ling principally In broken field miming
and punting. He Is not ellglblu for this
years team, but may go out for the
eleven next fall.
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SPECIALIST
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private dlicaacr turvd lur Ufa by aaf
tnotboda.
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'Unofficial" Victory Over
Western Reserve Goes
to Sailors.
ANNAPOLIS, Md, Nov. 1 Although
the muddy field and slippery ball made
really keen football out of the question
during yesterday's "unofficial" gume
between the Naval Academy and West
ern Reserve, there were some signs
that afforded the members of the Navy
contingent a little encouragement. One
of these was tho return of Cuptaln
Itodes to the game after an Illness with
a new lease of football spirit and abil
ity. While never regarded us au great
player, the Navy captain won his posi
tion 011 the team by real merit last year
and ha Is a safe, reliable man, a fair
ground gainer and very anxious to
carry out the instructions of the
couches.
Nlchoils started tho game at quarter
back and played uirtll about the middle
of the second quarter, when Rodes suc
ceeded him. Both did notable work in
handling tho wet ball after punts, thecr
being not u semblance of a fumble on
the part of either. Both are now work
ing ut quarterback, but It Is not unlike
ly thut the coaches will keep Nlchoils
In the position and place Rodes ut full
back next week, as both appear to be
necessary on the team. Nlchoils Is u
better runner with the ball thnn Rodes,
while the latter has a great steadying
Influence on the team
With this arrangement the coaches
have Ingram, McReavey, railing, Leon
ard, Bates and Alexander from whom
to choose for the other backs, while
Mitchell has been doing notable woik
on the scrubs. Ingram, formerly center.
Is almost sure of a place, n-hllo Mc
Reavey and Fulling are both big chaps
of line hitting ability. Leonard Is a
clever runner with the ball and dectd
edyl the best punter on the squad, but
his lack of weight he weighs only 117
pounds Is a handicap.
After the Navy had scorod In the sec
01 d quarter they played safe and de
clined to take any more chances than
possible with a slippery ball und un a
wet flMd, and the gamp ended 7 to 0
The Navy team wns dlftlnctly stronger
man tneir opponents, nowever, nnn
should have piled up a good score un
der normal conditions. After a day on
tho scrub, big Brown was with the
regulars again yesterday, and it Is
hoped that lha warning will do him
good. Overesch. the former regular
end, however, did not get u chance, and
will have to make good before ho finds
favor with tho coacheB.
Goes Under Knife.
HAMILTON. N. Y.. Nov. 2. Dyko
Jones. Colgate's big varsity guard 1b
resting comfortably todtv after under
going an operation for appendlcltles.
He wn suddenlv stricken yesterday
and had to he hurried to the hospital
Immediately.
Injuries Kill Team.
DETROIT. Nov. 2 With ten of the
viirsltv eleven on the Injured list and
no available substitutes In sight, the
football team at Detroit University has
beer disbanded.
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Presence of Atlantic Fleet in
Nearby Ports Is Re
sponsible. ANNAPOLIS. Md., Nov. 1 When the
books of the Navy Athletic Association
were closed the executive commltteo
found Itself confronted with the usual
dilemma of how to supply the multitude
of demandB for tickets to tho Army
Navy football game to be played In
Philadelphia November 30 out of the
limited number of tho coveted paste
boards that will be available.
Each year the demand for stats at
tho big Inter-service game bus grown
greater and greater, and this year Is
no exception. In fuct, the number of
requests that have been Bent to Lieut
Arthur P. Fairfield, the secretary and
treasurer of tho association. Is even
proportionately greater, compared to
former yeurs.
The heavy demand this year Is large
ly due to the presence of the vessels of
the Atlantic fleet at nearby ports, und
consequently a greater number of offi
cers will desire to attend the big game
and have, therefore, sent in their re
quests for tickets. And the local de
mand, too. Is somewhat greater, due
to the larger number of officers assign
ed to the Naval Academy staff this
term, together with those taking the
post-graduate courso ut the engineer
ing school and assigned to the fleet of
warships attached to the local station,
which Is larger now than at this time
last year.
And despite the fact that the Beating
capacity of Franklin Field, which 1b to
be the scene of tho battle, Is greater
by nearly 5,000 than last year, still
there w'U be many of those who havo
applied to the navy end for tickets who
will be sorely disappointed at not get
ting them.
As Is generally the cusc, all members
of the Athletic Association, as well as
the Midshipmen's Athletic Association,
contributors of annual dues to the sup
port of athletics at the Institution, will
be looked after first, and what tickets
are then left will go to tho general
public.
At a recent meeting of the executive
committee it was decided to allow each
member of the Athletic Association
three tickets, as formerly. The same
quota will be distributed among tho
midshipmen. Mcnibere of tho football
team and squad will be given a few
more. The distribution of the tickets will be
gin about November 15.
Mt. St. Mary's Defeated
By Villanova Eleven
EMMITSBURO, Md.. Nov. 2.-Shecr
weight told In Villanova's 33 to 0 vic
tory over Mt. St. Mary's yesterday, both
teams wallowing In a sea of mud and
water, the collegians slowly pushing
back their lighter antagonists. In the
first half Vlllunova scored twice after
recovering fumbles. Mt St. Mary's put
log up a ttlff tight. Toward tho end of
the game, though, Vlllanovn's weight
told more und more, nnd It became a
match from goal to coal. ,
. moves every particle ot impurity, iiumor
or poison from the blood. S. S. S. acts
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utnm-iMi iiGQiiita in tnnintr unfile Hirpttivr.

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