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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1912.
Much Interest Centered in Michigan-PennGame, Though Neither Has Star Elenen
HARD TO PIGK WINNER WHEN
MICHIGAN BATTLES QUAKERS
DERBY TO BE OUT.
fllWSS f !-."
CoacHes' Declare Men Are
1 er May Change Plans. ,
fT By BRYAN
.The TechiContral football gamd ached
led for Friday will bo played, accord
Ins to the Information received from
Coach Hccox, of the Manual Trainers,
No decision was reached by tho Tech
coach as to whether his team would
play until this morning, when Principal
Daniel was' acquainted with tho fact
that the eleven' Tras In shape to repre
sent tho school against Central. Earllor
In llie week Tech was minus several of
Its fcgularavwho were laid low. by fail
ures In studies. It was thought that
the team would forfeit to Central on
account of failure to get enough prop
erly conditioned athletes to mako up a
After looking over tho situation at
practlcfu yesterday, Coacn llucox Is of
the opinion that he can make an cloven
to meet Central without fear of having
Injuries .dut to improper conditioning of
his men.1" ' ".
Tht.re Is a slight probability that the
game' will be postponed until Saturday
on Recount of the ucuth of a mombcr of
tne. Tech faculty. Miss Ida -V.v Daly,
former member of thu Tech tacuity, died
at Qarneld Hospital yesterday afternoon
und'lf thu funeral occurs on Friday, the
game will be deferred until the follow
Uuslness Is halted In Its triumphant
march for the high school champion-
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Intercepting a forward pass and scoring
a touchdown after u eighty-yard run,
Hawlcy Smith, Kastern's hlght half
back, paved the way for un Eastern
ctory over thu heavier Uuslness clov
cn at Union I.euguo Pnrfc yesterday.
Kastcrn won by I) to u in a closely
(.untested game. Honors were about
L-en taking into consideration that
Kastern made up In ' speed and better
tackling what Uuslness had In weight
and brawn. Kastcrn, ulways alert and
on tho Job, grasped their ono and only
chance and turned an almost sure tie
Into a victory after a long run and
later with an advantage gained made It
possible for Captnln Cohlll to make thu
llrst dropklck of the high school cham
Tho game was a typical high school
contest, marred somewhat by the fact
that tho teams were continually offside,
due" to tho absenco of a head linesman,
FOOTBALL AT YALE,
HEALTH BEING POOR
'Ted" Coy Joins Coaches to
Make Flynn a Human
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 6. Walter
Camp, Jr., son of Yale's great football
authority, has broken training on tho
advice of physician", and may never
play again. Ho Is suffering from neuritis
nnd cannot stand the rigors of the hard
training necessary to success on tho
gridiron. He is considered one of the
best halfbacks at Yale, and his loss Is
euro to bo felt.
"Ted" Coy, Yale's greatest of full
backs, has Joined tho staff of coaches
Md will remain till the close of tho sea
Ml, devoting ull his time to teaching
"Lefty" Flynn how to buck tho linn
and boot tho ball. Flynn Is oxpectcd to
benefit much from Coy's couching. Coy
Is In business In Chattanooga, Tcnn.,
and Is spending his vacation here.
A long, hard scrimmage featured the
work of Yale's varsltv squad yesterday,
with Nate Wheeler driving tho strong
scrub eleven like a wild man. However,
i ho uppnnri team's backs could muko
little Impression upon tho vurslty line.
M. C. A. Athletes Take .
Part in Weekly Events
Running and Jumping will be tho fea
tures of tho weekly events of the Y. M.
C. A. athletes at the association tonight.
In the fall bciiiaof tho weekly events
It. Classtcy Is lca'dlng with a score of
(33. J. It. White has Mi, W. K. Linden
has KH. W. H. Fouliy. 419. with H. U.
Ashley, H. V. House. 11. Hamilton, A.
A. Fnrrcll, A. H. Elder, and U. UcckT
following In Order.
The events will bo scored ns follows:
In the 120-ynrd dash, two points for
each 1-B of a second after 55 seconds;
In tho hop, step, nnd Jump, one point
for each Inch over 21 feet 8 Inches; In
the running high Jump, one point for
each 1-4 Inch over 3 feet C lncher. Tim
meet la open to tho public without
National League to
Hold Meeting Dec. 10
NEW YOUK, Nov. 6.-Prosldcnt
Jynch announces that the annual meet
ing of the National League will be held
In this city at the Waldorf on Tuesda.
December 10. It Is expected thut tho
American league's meeting on the fol
lowing day will also be held here, prob
obly at the Astor, but this li yet to bo
determined, as President Johnson wants
It held In Chlcngu this year.
CHICAGO, Nov. 6. President Ban
Johnson wants his league to hold
its annual meeting in Chicago on
December n insttad of in "New
York, as is now planned. 'A mail
vote is being taken to decide tho
question. He wants to alternate
between Chicago and New York.
WALTER CAMP QUITS
in Fit Physical Condition to
of High bchool jeacn- ;
always In doubt up to tho last few
minutes of play and chooked full of all
sorts of exciting moments.
Kastern and Uuslness played the first
quarter to a standstill, 'neither being
able to cross the goal line. There were
brilliant Una nlunne- by Harris, tho
jllu-lpca- half; Cohlll, the Hastcrn enp-
nun, unu mmwi, wnu wim ma ii
horo of tho gumo. In the second quar
ter the teams battled effectively against
each other, bur were "unable to score.
At the beginning of the second half,
the ball seesawed up and down the
field wl(h Business nearlng Kastern's
goal line. ,A forward pass, Harris to
Wise, was Intercepted by Hmlth, who
shook oft two tnckles and, being pro
vided with perfect Interference by
Fisher, Greer and Cohlll, ran eighty
ynrds for n touchdown.
Later, after working the ball up to
the 10-yanl line. Cohlll was forced to
kick. He neatly dropped the ball be
tween the posts for Kastern's three ad
ditional points, and, Uuslness was
through ns far ns winning the high
school champjorishlp Is .concerned.
Credit 'must be given Coach Mcaf
fcry tor developing tho ICastorn eleven.
Several of tho players look to he of
all-hlgh school caliber, notably risher
and arter, T.here scmed to be little
doubt among those who saw the game
that these two players were quite tho
whole works on tho defense, while
Cohlll and Hmlth. with Armstrong at
fullback, proved Instrumental In gain
ing many yards for Kastern.
McCaffory has developed a number of
good players whose work compared
moro ,than favorably with any of the
tn,', '" ',n?. "er if"- V, . " iC"0"'1;!!
faster eleven t'xui that which held
central to 6 points last week, nnd
mould come through the remainder of
Its games with victories.
Coach Farmer Bllppeil one over on
Refereo .Tack Gnss yesterday, when ho
sent Seltman bark In tho fullback posi
tion after the fourth quarter had started.
In using Seltman, Uuslness took a long
chance, for the player had received a
scvero kick on the head In tho first
Eart of the game, nnd was thought to
e In nn unlit condition to play by one
or two physicians who examined him
on the sidelines.
The Tech-Central game should draw
out tho largest crowd of tho season. It
Is thought that all of the other high
school teams will toko In the gamo on
Friday. Central Is expected to win,
but thoso who are In a position to know
say that Coach Hrcox Is liable to nut a
goon one across on tho Ulue and White
IS NEW STAR WITH
Electrified Coaches by His
Great Running in
ANNAPOLIS, Md., Nov. 6. Frlci.ds
of tho Naval Academy football team
who saw the memLers of tho newly ar
ranged backflcld tear through thu line
of the strong scrub and mound Its ends
yesterday afternoon, carrying tho ball
a total of TJ) yards In less than half
n n hour, aro tlrm In the belief thut the
long expected braco has come, nnd that
henceforth tho Navy may be regarded
as a .dangerous contestant for lctory
ocr 'the Army.
A large part of the brilliant work of
tho Navy buckfield was due (o Leonard,
the UghteBt man on tho nquud, who ap
pears to have llnally won a place by his
undoubted football ability. Though
weighing only 112 pounds, Leonard Is
distinctly tho bent end runner In tho
ticademy, nr.d Is a long nnd accurate
punter; In faor, tho only mcnibei of the
siiiad whose work In thlu lino Is abovo
mediocre. Leonard's runs .of from fif
teen to thirty ynid wpro the features
of tho practice jestcrduy afternoon, and
they roused tho enthusiasm of the sblo
-fnlifnln modes anncars to be a nx-
turo at qunrterback, and Is proving a
great Sleuuying Hlliuenee on mu ivui.
Ho alBQ carries the ball well for moil,
'ernte gains. U'he other backs will prob
ably bo picked from Ingram, .T. .Har
rison and Falling, all heavy men. Mc
Keavey, whose greatest experience hs
been In tho backtleld, Ih now trying for
end. Fnlllng Is a ISS-pound fourth class
mun, whoso work lir the last two weeks
has attracted much attontlon. Hairl
eon Is heavy, nnd helps the runners
well, but ho has not carried tho bull
with any special succets.
Vigilants to Meet
Manager' Ollverl has completed ar
rangements for bringing the Olymplu
A. C. eleven from Wilmington, Del.,
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Tho Olympla team Is said to number
reverul former collego stars,' who have
won many games for tho visitors.
Coach Hart will havo his chatges In
hand every afternoon this week In
pieparntlon for what Is expected to
be the hurdest game of tho season.
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Neither Is Represented by
Eleven Equal to Other
By LODIS A. DOUOHER.
Though no championship will bs de
termined by the result of Baturday's
clash betweon Pennsylvania and Mich
igan, tho ees of tho whole football
world will, never the less, bo directed
toward It. These old' foes, who huvo
fought such wonderful gridiron battles
In tho past., are. certain to do their
beat wJhen arrayed against each other.
Neither, 1 represented by a .flrst-cUss
elbverl, 'Dutv they nro evenly matched,
undMie'r is no foretelling the victor.
Back in 1899. Michigan played Its first
game1 with the lied nnd Ulue. The West
had had somo great elevens for a few
yoars before that, and for a few more
after. Much had been heard In ths
Kast about them, and that year four
Intersections! contests wero played.
The crack Wisconsin eleven, after
traveling half way ncross the continent.
neiu Yale to n single touchdown, us
ing S to 0. However, that was hardly
a representative Yale team, being beat
en it to 10 by Princeton and piaing a
no-score tie with Harvard.
J'or tho first time slnco falling before
Mlchlgun at Detroit In ISM to the t'ine
Of 12 to 4. Cornell engaged a Wejtcrn
qlevcn, being beaten by Chicago,' 1? to C.
! Penn Plays Two.
Pennsylvania played two battles with
Wcstetn teams, defeating Michigan 11
to 10, nnd holding Chicago's crack
eleven to a S to S tlo scoro. Then came
u long wait, but In 1106 tho Malzo and
Illue mingled once more with tho lied
and Dlue. Michigan might havo made
a far better showing than It did that
year, losing 17 to.0, but for an Injury
to Cantaln Curtlas a few days before
tho big contest. However, the wonderful
ly constructed attack of thetWolverlnea
urougut praise irom every cniic in ine
isnu, ana mere wns groat interim in
the gamo tho following year.
'Flc'dlng II. Yost, known everywhere
ns '.'Hurry-up" Yost, fiom his system
of .Irlylng his elevens tinder ovcry con
duit n, bad u superb eleven, trained to
the minute. The game was played at
Ann Arbor, find the rne score cama
from n fumble bv Michigan of a short
kick, Onllaghcr picking up the loos.
ball and running ncross the line for a
Knowing that little time remained,
Yost o rile red his prize play, his famous
triple pass. It worked beautifully, and
Meet on Gridiron Saturday
for First Time Since
ITHACA, N. Y., Nov. A. For tho first
time since 1900 Dartmouth and Cornell
will play football next Saturday on
Percv Field, tho lost and only big home
game of the season, and while the Itha
ca nx expect defeat, the resumption of
athletic relations with the arecn Is wel
comed cordially and the Ithacuns hope
to make a showing which will demon
strate that thev have recovered from
the early season Blump.
Cornell's chances In this game, as
well ns In the games with Michigan
and Pennsylvania that follow It. will
be Improved considerably If Captain
llutlcr regains his full strength and can
go on tho Held In lino physical condi
tion. Taber. Smith, nnd Trainer are all
fair iiuarterbacks. but none of them has
very much experience, and the story of
thu season so far reveals a laeir of
judgment and generalship In all threa
mat would prove aisasirous in Dig
games. Duller Is the coolest and brain
iest footbull player on the squad and
Cornell needs him badly. His leg Is
healing slowly and tho coaches are
hopeful that ho will be himself next
Closer oimeiic relations with Harvard
have been hailed with ov bv the under
graduate body. A two-years' cross
country agreement has been signed and
It Is understood thnt a two-years' track
agreement also will be ui ranged. The
llrst dual meet probably will be hold
heio. n the second Saturday In May.
Cornell will rup Penn and Princeton
ns usual. Tho crosB-countrv team has
ui ranged a dual meet witn Pennsyl
vania to ho held In Philadelphia on No
vember 11. ...
Mike Murphy on
Trip for His Health
PHILADELPHIA, .To.. Nov. 6.-Mlko
Murphy, the famous athletic tralny,
left for State Collego yesterday, whero
ho will stay for tho rest of the winter
with a view of regaining his health.
Murphy has been In 111 health for sev
eral years, and last winter he spent
mos,t or the timo at lirowns Aims, IV, J.,
but although he did not feel In the best
of health he returned to Penn In time
to get tho track team Into shape to
overthrow Cornell, Harvard, Yale,
Princeton, and other contenders and
won the championship again. Dr. Dan
Luby and Dig "Dili" Hollenback, both
former Penn athletes, extended the In
vitation to the veteran trainer to accom
panuy them up-State.
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What They've Done.
1890 Penn, Hi Michigan, 10.
1906-rl'entv 17) Michigan, 0.
1907 Penn, p'Mlchlgan, 0.
1908 l'enn, 29 j Michigan, 0. v
1909 Michigan, 12; Fenn, 6.
MOIO Penn.Oi Mlehlgan, 0.
1911 Michigan, lit Fenn, 9.
beforo trie wonder stricken Quakers
knew what had happened, Michigan was
over the line for a touchdown.' Dut
that year a forward pass had, to go at
irasi uva vara-, aimer sine or. corner,
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and the' play wrfs ruled Illegal, the .o&
flclals chiming It had cono Inaldo thb
limit. Thar defeated Michigan.
(Had Many Start,
. In 1M8 Pennsylvania's team of stars,
Including Hunter Scarlett, Bill Hollen
back, Aille Miller. Gaston, Pike, and
Draper, simply ran away from the
Wolverines at Ann Arbor, the final
score being 29 to 0, but tho shoe was
on the other foot In 19C0, when Michi
gan won Us first game from the lied
and Dlue. This game was played In
Philadelphia, ending 12 to , after Cap
tain Allerdlce, Magldsohn, Wnsmund,
and the giant Uenbrook had covered
themselves with glory.
The 1910 contest was unsatisfactory
,ln every way, neither side scoring, but
etcn losing many gubiivcb tur .u uuuig.
Uenbrook played a 'great gamo -In the
line for Michigan, but ho couldn't win
all bv himself.
. Last year's contest was played under
wrotcnea conoitions. it rainea, nauea
end mowed during the battle, and a
freezing wind mode It torture for the
nlavera. Penn was leading. 9 to E. down
to the last minute or two of the bitter
struggle, when Craig. Michigan's great
running halfback, taking the ball on a
rake kick, ran .rorty yaras tor a toucn
'down, giving tho honors to the Ann
Both Are Poor.
Doth Pennsy and Michigan have poor
elevens this year, far below the stand
ard of other seasons. Still, Captain
Mercer Is a great player, though ban
dlcapped by poor physical condition. In,
deed, the few really good men at Penr
aro on the Injured list. Harrington, a
vrv nrnmUlnff halfback, has a weak
ehoulder and cannot stand much, pound
ing. Pennsylvania's line seems the weak
est In years. Not a man In It measures
up to those Toreys, Hares, Drapers,
Lamsons, and Plckarskls who brought
Dooin Says He Cannot Use
Them With his
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 6.-"I haven't
put In a claim for noger Drcsnahan or
Frank Chance." says Charley Dooln.
manager of the Phillies, "and further
more I shall not. I do not think that
Chance ever will play again, and, there
fore, he would be of no use to us.
Ureenuhan would be of little use cither
unless he went through a rigid training
course. I would like to have another
tlrst-class catcher, and the Breanahan
of past days would be received with
open arms by me, but I think Itoger
of tne present day wilt not don the
mask again. . .
"Dresnahan has taken on so much
extra weight during the time he has
been manager of St. Louis that he is
far from being the great catcher today
that he was when ho first Joined the
Cardinals. Despite all the talk that Is
going about, It Is not likely that Chance
or Dresnahan ever will play again.
They may make desirable managers for
eome clubs, and there are several Na
tional League clubs that could use
Dooln would like to land two first-
class pitchers and a good catcher. He
nus sevoral pitchers who are of high
class tu'.'h'i. hut he has some also
who are wo.thles-, or nearly so. They
havo been bt little benefit to his team.
If the auburn topped manager can get
lines on another Alexander or Seatou
and another backstop he will ask no
favors of any club next season.
Plan New Conference
For Football Elevens
CHICAGO. Nov. 6. A new rival of
the "Dig Nine" Is quietly being ar
ranged In the Middle West, with Mar
quette, Notre Dame and Wabash as
charter members. Results of the organ
izers are expected to be known In a
few dave. It ls believed that Michigan
Agricultural Bch'ool and Lawrence Uni
versity may Join the now body.
The strength of tho elevens of Mar
quette and Notre Dame are well known
everywhere. They havo played tied
jjameH for three years, showing how
well they ore matcned on the gridiron.
Wabash, called tho "Little Giants," are
tho strongest contenders of Notre Dame
for the championship of Indiana year
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Quakers Have Won a Major
ity of Victories From
so much fame to tho Quakers. No real
quarterback Is In sight to succeed Mil
ler, Ketnath, and Btovenson. The spirit
.of the eleven Is low and. unless It picks
up wonderfully In a day or so, the
Wolverines mav land the honors.
However, Michigan has little to be
tiroUd of In Its 1912 eleven. Only, Craig
and "Uotllcs" Thomson, tho captain ana
fallback, are of real college class. The
rest of the team Is mediocre. And there
you are. the ghosts of two great eleven
wll collide, with little honor to either,
vat attracting the attention of all be
.cause of thoso other great teams wear
ing the same colors.
Beaten Fonr Times. .
Penn has been beaten four times this
season. The Quakers have scored 123
points against opponents, but fifty-seven
have been run up against the Ited and
Ulue. In preliminary games Penn prom
ised to have a good team, winning from
Gettysburg. 35 to 0; Franklin and Mar
shall, 25 to 0; Dickinson, 16 to 0; and
Urslnus, U to 0. The awakening came
when Bwarthmore defeated the Quakers,
Quickly Drown swamped the Pennsy
rnhnrta nt Providence to the tune Of
30 tn 1. Lafayette followed with a 7-to-S
victory, and last Saturday Dill Hollen
haek'a P.nn Rtatn eleven Won. 14 to 0,
Now the Quakers will fight with despair
In their hearts, perhaps Just enough to
give them the victory over juicnigan.
Mchb.m has pHve, f-vc corn' win
hln four. When Case School, of Cleve-
I..M httnihlM SI In O. SlffnH Were
see'i of n etiong eleven t Aim Albor
and the lone touchdown of the Michi
gan Aggies did not wipe out the U
points for Michigan. Tne scoring ma
iiin u,.m,rf in (rood runnlnc order,
It suffered a slight bumD when Ohio
Mate wos beaten only II to 0, but none
foresaw what Syracuse would do to the
Rvrsriiaa has had a Door eleven. Car
Uric walked away from the Salt City
eleven, S2 to 0. on a wet field, while
Princeton smothered It. G2 to 0. When
Syracuse, largely bv tho individual ef
forts of Lewis Castle, a halfback, de
feated Michigan, 18 to 7. even Penn be
gan to nope. Iast Eaiuraar eouin u
kota led to the final minute of play by
n touchdown, losing 7 to 6 on a goal
Thus, you see, neither eleven has
much class and et thev are evenly
matched and the game should be well
SET DOWN BY S. I. A. A.
FROM SEWANEE TEAM
Athletic Body Rules Man
Out From Crack South
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., Nov C-Af-ter
laying Dulton, their big 2K-pound
guard In all of their preliminary games
and being convinced thnt they could
use him notwithstanding that he at
tended V. M, I. last year. Sewanco root
ers have been treated to a rude shock
and their star lino man will not play
again this year.
The name of Walton was sent to
Tennessee two weeks before the .ramo
along with tho rest of the team. CojiIi
u-levenger knew the big fellow had
played at Virginia Military Institute
last season, but he withheld protoit
until two days before the Sewanee-Tcu-nessee
am- This, It seemed, was dono
In order not to give Coach Cope time
in unu any omer man with his regu
lam for the position.
Coach Cope tried his best to have
the protest disallowed previous to lut
Saturday's game, but was unable to
no bo. mo Miners wcro "sore' over
mo acurai oi me lennessee folks In
waiting and took great satisfaction out
or the triumph, especially out of the
great gamo plajed by Afagwood. who
uuuru it- pmcu oi mi- missing star.
The Sewancc people thought thai Dal
ton would be eligible because Haagar,
a Vanderbllt plajcr of two years ago
who came from V. M. I., was held to
be eligible bv Dr. Dudley on Ihn crnnnri
that Virginia Military Institute does hot
give degrees, nnd hence Is not a col
lege. The player went through the sea
son witn vanuernut witnout further
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OF FUTURE GAMES
Right End of Georgetown Eleven May Be Barred From
Competing Against U. of Va. or V. P. I. Is Thought
to Have Failed to Qualify Under Residence1 Rule.
Georgetown may be without the serr-, Georgetown and la therefore, barrtd
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the football team, for the remainder of
the season. While no reasons are given
bv tha Hilltop authorities, It Is under
stood that Derby has been held In
eligible to compete against either the
University of Virginia or Virginia Poly
Derby, who works at right end during
the season, has been ono of the bright
features of tho Georgetown play, at
tended V, P. I. last year, and entered
Georgetown somo time In February.
Since then he has been In attendance
at Georgetown, and It Is understood
that he Just falls to come In under
the resldenco rule.
It could not be learned whether V. P,
I. protested Derby, but the player Is
to be withdrawn, It la understood, from
all of the remaining games ims season.
ninnri" Ilheln.ehlld. While Still SUf-
fArin from lnturles received In the
Indian game, has been barred .from
further participation In football by
Father Kllroy, faculty supervisor of
athletics at tne uiiiiop.
nhalmehltd It li understood, has ac
ccpled financial aid from students at
TO SHINE AT END
Coach Cunningham Badly in Need of Player to Substi
tute During "Bush" Dulap's Illness Squad
PRINCETON, N. J Nov. . Though
rated one of the best running halfbacks
In the country. Captain "Tollle" Pendle-
trn does not stem to make mucn ot a
hit with Head Coach Logan Cunning
ham when he plays at end. With
"Uush" Dunlnp out of the game with
an Injured shoulder, It devolves upon
some ono to fill his place on the right
end of the Tiger line. Pendleton, be
cause of his marvelous speed, was ex
pected to make good there, but his
work decs not come up to expectations.
Ho will, therefore, continue to play
Princeton plays New York Universi
ty Saturday and Yale on the following
"By" Dickson Is being congratulated
on all sides for the good work of Duck
nell against Lafayette. Neither side
Bartlett. Brown's big halfback, play
ed a magnificent game against Ver
mont Saturday, and Is counted upon to
make long gains through the lale line
Charlie Brlckley. Harvard's groat
kicking halfback. Is almost certan to
be chosen for the AU-Amerlcan eleven
this ear by every "expert In the
Bluethenthal. Princeton's center, lost
an excellent chance to star In the Har
vard game. Instead, his passing w al
most erratic and went far toward
slowing up that lightning attack.
Vanderbllt. which beat Mississippi :t
to 0 this year, defeated tho same team
b !l to 0 In 1911.
Just how Vanderbllt shapes up among
tho real football elevens of the coun
try will be known Saturday when the
Nashville outfit tackles the son of John
Harvard. Tho Commodores expect to
puixle the Crimson, but the result may
bo all the other way.
Carlisle plays the Army eleven Sat
urday at West Point, and this should
be a vivid battle. The aborigines have
plenty of class, but they will need t
all to stave off thoso hard-playing sol
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hood of nhelnsctilld's being able to
play any more this season, but Derby's
loss will bs a hard blow. There Is
little likelihood of Derby being placed In
the Ulue and Gray line-up and his place
will' probably be nilea oy uergin. usea
on tho flank. "Tad" Donnelly will prob
ably be found at the other end.
White's predicted shift Into the Una
Is a certainty, Tho former Exeter
tackle has at last found his place In
the line and should star at the posi
tion. It will be remembered that White
and Eddie Hart, the former Princeton
tackle and All-America selection, were
the best prep school linesmen In their
day and White la expected to show to
advantage In the remaining games on
the Hilltop schedule.
Petrels will be used at the other
tackle if his Injured leg will permit.
Those at the Hilltop who are exneotlng
Hegarty to take his place at tackle are
likely to be disappointed. Hegarty can
not walk and It will be days before the
captain la able to bear his weight on
the injured leg.
Coatello. at half, with Fury at the
other half, and Dunn at fullback, will
be the probable selection for tho re
maining games, with Catnan at quarter.
White's Injury has" necessitated the
shift of Costollo to halfback.
The entire varsity squad returned yes
terday from Atlantic City In time for a
light signal and kicking drill. Except
Strelt and Dunlap, evey player came
through the Harvard contest In good
condition, though a trlffle stiff and sore.
DeWItt and "Tubby" Waller spent most
ot their time kicking. 8ome of DeWltt's
punts crrrled seventy yard and pleased
the coaches greatly.
Captain Pendleton and Hobey Baker
practiced kicking field goals from place
ment and managed to put a number of
them between the uprights and over tho
Tho contest Saturday with New York
State University Is not expected to be
much more than a practice match and
Cunningham will use all his substitutes.
dier boys. All New York will flock to
West Point to see this game,
Dan Mcdugln. tho Vanderbllt coach.
believes that his football warriors have
a splendid chance to defeat Harvard
when the two teams meet In Cambridge,
There will be 6So tickets printed
for this year's Army-Navy game, and
of this number 10,000 will be sold through
the unlvertity or Pennsylvania com
mittee for 13 apiece.
Coach "Hurry Up" Yost, of the Michi
gan squad, has been working his men
to the limit since their defeat at the
hands of Syracuse. The coming game
with Pennsylvania Is causing Yost to
put the old "huny up" method Into
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