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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
Catholic University Endeavors to Change Date of University of Maryland Contest
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Thinks, However, Orange
and Blue Will Defeat
CHARLOTTESVILLi:. Va , Nov. B
Talcs of Georgetown weakness on tho
gridiron are bring taken with u Brain
of salt by Virginia. Tlie coaches here,
however, believe that tho Orange anil
Ulue will ro to Wushlngton In shapo
to make a buttle for the honors. The
pood showing of the elccn against
Vanderbllt Is the cause of the Joy heie.
It Is not thought that Georgetown will
have uny stronger attack or defcno
than Vanderbllt show eel last Snturduy
Virginia hus no game scheduled for
this week, nnd the entire time bitween
now and the 10th will be used in pre
paring tho varsity fur the buttle with
Georgetown, Harris, lift end, and Smith
fullback, both of whom were Inlurctl
slightly In tho Vanderbllt gume, nru
expected td be In uniform before the.
week Is over
The Orunge nnd Blue lias nn excellent
opportunity of breaking the stilug uf
eieieats in me nanus or mo ill euiind
Giay this yeui. liglnlu'H eleven i
heavy In the llm and tremendously fust
back of the line. This combination Is
expected to prue vlctoilous a week
Brickley Given Praise
By Coach Haughton
CAMimiDOi:, Nov. 5 -And now Head
Coach Haughton, of Hurvaid, alio has
a pood wold tit say about Charley
Hrlckley, the Crimson star half bin k.
He Bald todaj
"It Is difficult to give the credit duo
each and every man, but to Charley
Brickley belongs th lion's share With
tho cxiepttiin of Thorpe's perfoi malice
against llnrwml last e,u I hue ncc r
seen a more siiieessful performer than
nas nrlckley. Ills place kick from the
47-snrd line prai tit ally won the game,
for It gave Harvard the lead and
seemed to take the heart out of the
"I remember only two nerfnrmnnccH
which can be compared to his, namely:
numet's goul from placement In the
Harvaid-Pennsylvanla game In !Kit from
the U-j-ard line, and DeWltt's kick
against Yale from the 50-jard line In
IMS. which won the game for Princeton."
C.U. MANAGER TRIES
TO CHANGE DATE
Catholic University May Play the University of Maryland
on the Day Preceding the Georgetown-Virginia
Contest Captain Hegarty Out for Season.
By BRYAN MORSE.
In order that there be no conflict be
tween the guine scheduled between
Ca'thollc rnlverslly and the Cnlerslt
of MarMand and Hit. annual classic be
twten Georgetown nnd Virginia, Man
ager Chailis I'. .Mitloney, of the Cath
olic I'nlverilt eleven, Is tr lug to 111
range the game fui' Ids team on the day
preceding the Georgetown gume with
If arrangements can be satisfactorily
completed between Manager Maloney
and the I'nlvt-rslty of Marlund limn
uger, Washington football fans aie go
ing to li.ve footb.ill games on ITIday
unil Haturd.iv of next week. On the
same tlav to the liltf It school cham
pionship stiles the big game of the
season. Hit lliislnihs-t entrul tontiat.
Is booketl T i Indications this Is to
ht tine of the biggest the lilirli si Until
footbull Raines Ibis season, provided
of lourse. both lluslness und Cinli."
are pinnunt i oiitenileis
Manager .Mulonej believes he lan
complete the details i of the ' ,'
dates without unv difficulty. In which
evtnt it Is probable that both the I rtl
....iiv nf Minvlantl and the Catholc
i niifrsltv ulustis w 111 take
n..nri'.niwn-VlrKlnlu uiinie A
leaton to ex
Spartan A. C. Wants
Game for Next Sunday
The Spartan A. C. eleven Is looking
around today to find a team to toku
next Sunday's open date. Having tie.
frated the Dixie A C team on Sunday
to the tuno of 42 to 0, tile Spartans are
anxious to take on a game with ono of
the local elevens.
Devore Will Play.
WEST POINT, N V., Nov. E.-Cnptuln
Devore will play tanlo Saturday against
Carlisle, Ills Injured kneo having le
covcretl iomplitel. The soldleis ex
pect to mako nn even battle against
of dates was tin HUbJeil of con uoversy
111 1WI9. whin (Scorn , Washington ami
V l I were Mhi.liiled to Play hero
nn tin same date. Oe.uge Washing mi
s itihed the date to the day b-rore the
(.eoigitown-VliglnU game und evcrv
tldng went oit smoothly.
Positive announcement Is made todii
that (MP J""- "W": r the
Gtorsetcvvn Cnlversliy footbal team.
luil'V un.ib.1 to,, lay ng.,.. this sea-
son. vv nen negni.r "'", :. ";.
il ISii liinnuil on rwiiuiuajr
ihnm'la that thelt
. i.tn. , ri.lnin Ifi Hie UllinC.
Close exiimlnatlon levealid the fact
that the llbula bone, the large ''"!,'"
the lower lig, was dlsloiutul and that
ktveral ligaments wile displaced In
addition, llegaitj-'s unkle ret elved a se
veie stiuln and dli-lociillon. nnd t Is
learned totlav that he will be unuble to
pluy lguln this season.
With lleg.trt out of the game nnd
retertz, his i milling mate, lit the oth-ir
tackle position, out with a sti allied
knee. Gtoigctown Is In the sime pn
dUnment that It found Itself In at the
very Mart of the football tampalgii
M here ale lui conilieieiu unin. m mv
liuiir.., tin.i Iiihi unat will be done to
nuiko ip an eleven Is causing the coiich-
es a wtiiti oi worij.
Wliii' sliofli' be ont of 'he best of the
lot ul footb.ill gamts of the season Is
the coiitist bchetluled between Galliu
eet nntl M A C. on HalurdU) The
Mursland Argus have gotten together
again after the rout at the hands of
the St John's eleven und appear to lie
In fairly good shape
Galluudct. with few substitutes, lini
stuck giimtly to Its task ami is putting
out a treditable tuven under the tlliee
tlon o! Coat n 1'iltz Crafts. Giillaudrf
suffered defeat at the hands of the
Washington College elev.n in Its last
"ume but looks to have u fair chamc
ugulnst the Ai-glcs on Sattudu
For Game With Yale
PltlNCI.TON. N .1 , Nov. 5.-Prlnce-ton
s varsity football sipiatl returntsl
fCtini Atlantic fit, and begun prt puru
Jons for the Vule gaum u week from
Saturtlav The New York I'nlvcrslty
contttt will be ln the nature of a prac
tice niatih, all of the substitutes get
ting a e bunco to show their skill.
"Tol" Pendleton, Princeton's taptiiin,
will pluj right end from now on, tak
ing Dunlap's iiluie The latttr will
hai tll lit able to don u uniform again.
Wood, L. E. Fisher, R. E.
Wilson, t. T. Williams, R. T.
Wolfe, L. G. Clark, R. G.
Kelly, C. Greer, C.
J. Wise, R. G. Baker, L. G.
Schafer, R. T. Pope, L. T.
R. Wise, R. E. Hughes, L. E.
Hunt, Q. B. Wells, Q. B.
Harris, t. H. B. Smith, R. H. B.
Derrick, R. H. B. Cohill, L. H. B.
Sultman, F. B. Armstrong, F.B.
Referee Mr. Gass, of Lehigh. Um
pireMr. Neilsen, of Nebraska.
Time of quarters Ten minutes.
Place Union League Park. Time
I of game 3:30 o'clock.
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lor his 1 1'
Mercer May Be Out.
PIIII.ADi:i.PIIIA, Pa, Nov S -A
badlv sprained ankle may keep no
Mercer. Penn's cnptnln, on tho sidelines
Satuidii) win 11 .Michigan lines up
against the Qunkeis. He tannot walk
now and will not practice at all this
week Walter Crulg will start at quar
terback against the Wolverines Satur
day his work being quite tho best of
nil the candidates Hill Hollenback
I'enn State's coach, has Joined tho
Dartmouth works Hard.
IIANOVICIt, N. II.. Nov C -Dartmouth
Is working hard for the Cormll
gnme Satuida, half a dozen coaches
assisting In driving the varsltv eleven
Harentla, end, Is the lone regular on the
Injure el list Dunbar, who broko a col
larbone tally In the season. Is In shape,
itplaclng Otcp at tin kit The team
ltnvcs Krlduy morning for Ithaca, N Y.
Navy Must Improve
To Withstand Soldiers
ANNAPOLIS, Mil. Nov 5 There Is
a strong feeling at Annapolis that this
wetk must mark u distinct change for
the better In the work of the Naval
Academy eleven or an abandonment of
any reasonable hope of tlcfeutlng the
Amu, team on 'ov ember 3ft. I'D to tho
present there has not been one match
or praitlce 111 which tlie work or tno
Midshipmen stamped them ns able to
cope with an average Army team Tho
squad Is now In excellent shape, and
there. Is some encouragement from tho
showing against Western Reserve last
l'rlday. but only the hardest kind of
work on the pint of the Individual mem
bers eif the squatl tun nccompllsh tho
needed Improvement within the next
The special tusk of the coaihes this
week Is to get both backtleld nnd lino
Into Its final shape The backflcld prob
lem lies largil In the! assignment of
Captain Ilodt-s and Nicholls, both of
whom hnve been used at quarterback.
Hoth arc useful plajers, and veterans,
but the loaihes are loath to use them
both bthlnd the line as neither aro
heavy men. I'p to this time, the-y havo
been allowed to tight It out for qu irter
baek. Ingram, Tailing and II. Harrison
being the other backs All three of
these are henvv men, Ingram weighing
170 pounds, Palling lto. and Harrison
ISO. nodes weighs IM, and Nicholls 155,
but ns the ale both showing up well
both In ntlvanelng and hnndllng the ball,
many think It would be better to uso
Nicholls at quarter and Itodes at full
or half, even though the weight of tho
backflcld Is cut down to some e'xtcnt.
Fourth Game of High Schoo 1 Series Is Played at Union
League Park Captain Cohill Gets Into Champion
ship Game for First Time.
National Capital Duckpln League
T. M. C. A. vs. Mt. Vernons.
District Duckpin League IteBiv
lutes vs. Garrisons.
Southern IX. U. Clerks Duckpln
League Mechanical s. Comptrol
Northeastern Duckpln League
Capitals vs. Atlantlcs.
Departmental League Census vb
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With Cnpt. Pnul Cohill In th line-up
for Enatera High School In totlay'a
same, the Capitol Hill football team
will endeavor to check the champion
ahlp naplratlons of "Cuppy" Farmer'a
Iluflneaa HIkM School Eleven nt Union
Announcement was made today that
Cohill would be allowed to play, It be
ing thought that the agreement eald to
have been reached with Business would
be adhered to According to report!
Cohill was not expected to take rart
In todu) a game because of the fact that
It Is a postponed contest which should
have bet n pluved before the advisory
marks went In Inst week. Cohill, being
found eligible In Ills scholaHttc work
will bf ullowed to compete agalnat the
Orange und Hlne todaj
Theie arc those who are of the
opinion that todio'a game will settle the
iilt'Xtl6n of lluslness' vaunted suprem-
aij Tho team defeated a much over
rated Western eleven In lis tlrst game
of the Benson, and has not plaed since.
Those who havo seen all of the games
say that' Kasttin win be able to stop
the HtenogriiiilierH vilth ease while the
lluslness I Hull Hchool followers, for the
tlrst time In lilstoiy aie nctuall) claim
ing a t hamplonslilp
In nnv event the game todav promises
to be the most Interesting of the High
School games to date The teams are
In batter ahap than they were an their
lust appearance, and Uualneaa a bound
to show Improvement,
Tom Shcvlln Teaches
Yale Some New Tricks
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. I. With
secret practice on, Tom Bhevlln la
teaching the. Yale eleven nnveral new
phases of hla famous "Minnesota ahlft,"
with the Intention of Improving the
scoring power of the I'.lla. He ta being
asalctcil by Ilelnlo llobba, Amherat's
roach end former Yale star tackle:
Walter Camp, pealor of football, und a
P'rfect swaim of veteran players of
The forwuid pnsa Is being tried by the
varsltv. but It failed to woik yesterday
against the freshmeii, who blocked It
with ease It required hard llne-plung-Ing
bv Maurice Flsnn and Captain
Spalding to score touchdowns. Yalo
expects to win from Drown Saturday by
a larger aenre than Harvard made
against the Providence eleven.
Will Try Tricks.
ANN ARPOn. Mich., Nov. E.-Coach
Yot Is teaching hla Michigan eleven
tricks to spring upon Pennsylvania Sat
urday, hoping thus to defeat tho
Quakers. Manv of the Wolverines arc
stiff and sore from the attack of South
Dnkotn. but all villi be ln shape by
CENTRAL MAY STILL
GET TECH GAME
Coach Hecox to Decide Tt
day Whether Players Are
in Fit Condition to Play, -
Coach eiarenro Hecej,, of the Technl-.
cal lilcli school fontball tun, will com
to a ttecUlon today whether ht ten
will meet Cent ml en Friday or forfeit
the gume. The decision Is to be mads
at the conclusion of today's practices
and If In the opinion of Coach Hocus,
the pliyers are not ln fit condition tlita
gume will be forfeited.
It Is understood that Principal Danlal
Is looking to Coach Hecox to determine
the ce.i dltlon ot the: pluyers In order
that theie to no more repetitions of
the accident which happened to Half
back Gilbert In the Tech-Western game.
Tech has been robbed of at least four
of Its t-tur players, Doleman, nt end.
Hurdle Montgomery and HarrlsornVth
tbree center men, being tuken off th
team on uccount of failure ln the ad
With such a handicap and the Inabil
ity to get four plajers ln condition In
five days, C'cuch Heuij: feels that li
wculd be takir.g too long a risk with,
the unseasoned men and that another
nccldent such is that which happened,
to fjllbert would tuku place.
Hecox sajs thut Principal Danlol
bolds him responsible for the condition
nf the placers on the team that la put
In the IkM nnd that If It Ik not lit and,
there aro accidents It will go fur ton aid
abolishing football In tho high schools.
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