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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1012.
Brilliancy of Costello's Playing Against Virginia Entitles Him to Place on All-American learn
SOME INSIDE DOPE ON THE HIGH COST OF LIVING
TO BE CHOSEN FOR
Georgetown's Brilliant Half
. back Has Few Equals in
fek, Country Today.
DEMANDED FOR PLACE
Would Shine With Same Bright
ness on Any Big
r By LOUIS A. DOUGHER.
By truly exceptional brilliancy In
very department of football, Harry
Costello hai stamped himself the beat
krldlron athlete at Georgetown this
eason. Ills selection as a member of
the All-South Atlantic, eleven la ussurod,
hut Isn't It about time some of those
highbrows who choose their All-Amerka
elevens came down and took a look at
him? Could some of theso 'experts"
have, seen his accurate forward passing,
hla remaikablu running through the
Virginia eleven for a touchdown, and
his timely Held goal, giving the Hill
toppers their vlclnlls. It Is doubtful If
they could have passed over his achieve
ments with a mere mention.
There is considerable old-fashioned
bunk about these all-America elevens
that go down the ages of footb.il!
Yule's famous football tutor, Walter
Camp, enjoved u monupol) In the bus.
ness of selecting phuntom elevens at
tho close uf campaigns for a uumbtr of
J ears Ho saw to It, too, thnt members
of the so-oillcd 'Dig 1'ui.r -UiruuU
Yale I'enn, ptinl l'rinciton furnished
thu stars unnuulli
It H onls since" l ! that ( amp has
considered tin pl.ilng or plaois uut
ildu of this quurttt worihi of hit selee
lion for his all-Amcrlcn ilivin In 'is
htcagos wondeitut kicking fullbiclt.
Hlrshberger, was host n b tin Yale
expert. Two jiiin later fulunibi.1 s
Now Mexican sheriff. Morles. was .
icctcd for the but klu Id, una since thin
hero and tin re out Heidi r have lirnki n
into tho chirmcd ilnlc of ull-Ameil a
Willie Heston, Michigan s famous
halfback, made Camps all-Amenca
eleven In lintf, being the second Western
er to be chosen. This nsultcd fiom
charges of blindness and In tlu best live
or sl j cars Camp has endeavored to
cover the West as will as thu Hast In
his choice of greatest platrs Hut the
fcoutli remains outside of the wondrous
circle jet. No pla,.r. no mattir how
great his ablllt). has been thought good
enough for the all-Ann rlca team when
he has made his reputation on Southern
It Is nulto within the realms of possl-
onus mat tr turns fiom the houtli
plased more Interactional contests
their claims to farm.- v.ould be bitter.
Their atari would then be swn facing
the best men of the .North and Wist
nnrterbllt boasts of men fullj the e'tual
of Yale atais of other dujs Virginia,
Georgetown and Sewieiiee. too, have had
their own personal heroes, but few of
them have received iveii bare mention
by the urclion of the gridiron at New
Certainly tho Houtli Atlantic section
has never seen sue h a wondeiful llttlu
performer as Harry coHtello uis weuk
has been practliiillv Haw lies slnic he
first appeared In the varsitv squad at
tho Hilltop He would have attracteel
attention on an gildiron In the coun
try, and It Ih difficult to see how any
combination of rlrcumatunces could
keen him off the varaltv eleven In the
Has the Requirements.
Costello has the requirements of nn
all-America plajer, If brains, speed and
football Instinct count for un thing
(Jlvcn anj kind of Interference, ho could
gain ground for an eleven No nioio
finished broken ndd runner e xlsts In
the coimtrv todaj This calls foi foot
ball Instinct of a hlirh uiiii( i- ih.
knowledge of when to slele ste u,' the
proper moment for that slight eleeieise
Of speed that bewilders the oncoming
teenier, the instinct for 'feeling" hli
way through eleven opponents ,Uih
reeking to stop his ouwaid night All
these requliemints of football stardom
are Costello s
In addition, he Is one of tho most ac
curate drop-klckirs now plavlng ti.
came. In his three joars at iliorgi
tovvn ho has kicked moie field gnais
against V rglntu than his el.vni M
made touchdowns In lilfl his thm fie 1 1
goals were the onl nolnta made
ostllo jevola In tUlit pi u c s In tho
pinches Ills iioivih urn not 1hmi' ,,
wires. Tut him In a hole ind his num.
ral abllltv conies to tin. fore with a
rush. Knowing thi sikoihs of a Held
coal means vlotorv, ho does not 'go un
Into the air ' lln m ev fall at either
trlala but In the supreme moment he Is
certain to sucee ed
This la supposed to bo the sivlo of
football plus or foi thi ill- tm 1 i
eleven These reiuremonts are hui
posed to bo the re eiulrements of tho all
America eleven It s uselesa t ,ni aK.
ure IJeorgetanvn with Princeton or . uh
A big game Is a big game, and mam ol 1
stars, having seen Costello In m thm
havn wished with all Iholr hearts tb,.
could have him on tho siuad at hlgge r
Institutions todav, where" his servlos
would bring tn him nioio f line and t ie
color of his Jorse would be an assui
nnco of Ms not being overlooked when
the final honors wcio given out
Carroll Council Lcagtio Gonoas
District Duckpln League Arling
tons s Garrisons.
National Capital Duckpln League
Potomacs vs Nationals
Westminster Duckpln League All
Colonial League Vigllants vs
District Tenpln League Florists
vs Chamber of Commerce
Departmental League C of C vs
Commercial League Star s Judrt
Southern It It. League Freight
Departmental Duckpln League
Navy Yard s Hurcau.
Northeastern League Capitols s
Terminal League Ticket Odice
vb Station No. 2
Potomao League All teams.
MMg. PAPRlkA BACTERIA,
Tr-te fftMOUS HUM6RiAA
eMoTIOAJAL ACTResS COMes
TO THIS .COUrJTRY AAJb
"D6MfXMbS A .SALARY OF
H,ooc5 A week:-
TVVtS SUTCHR lAS TO r?AS&
Tffe- PRICE OF MGKT 5o rtF
CAW PFFoRti To BUH
""SUIT OP cLarvte -
TO FACE HILLTOP
Cadets Said to Have Chance
For South Atlantic
The Virginia Military Institute basket
ball team will meet the Cieorgetown
I'nlversitj aggregation on Wednesday,
Januni) VO, 1913, at the Arcade link, ae-
1 cuidlng to the arrangements completed
jeateiday by Manager James C Madl
gan, or tho Illue and (ira iiulnt. and
oni of the fastest games of the t01--101J
campaign Is expicted to result
I Although the Vlrglnlu soldlera hivo
only bien plaj Ing the game for the last
1 few scars, they are rapldlv coming to
the fore n the great winter sport, as Is
atteitcd li ythilr good record of last
season, and this season they must bo
reckoned among those schools which
have a chance to annex the Houth At
lantic collegiate bisketball champion
ship, now held bj the Hllltoppeii
The V M 1 basketball te-am thli jear
will be composed largely of veterans, for
onl one or two men of the 1911-1912
iiulnt were graehnted last June, whllo
nearlv all of last v ear's second team
are still eligible to represent the Old Do
minion aoldUrs on the basketball Moor,
Aicordlng tn reports this season's V M.
l eiuini win oe mini aliout "Heel '
Moore, the wonderful crldlrcin wjrrinr.
whose efforts alone oractlenllv limm-he-
about the overthrow of tho Uulvcrslt) of
Virginia eleven .iooro was a stal on
last winters basketball team, and with
the eai a experience Is expected to per
foini even more billllantl) during tho
The Georgetown basketball nminil m
prnrtlrn on the Arcade Hoor this after-
noon fur the llrat time this season, and
tho largest suiiad of the star Is ex
pected to report As all tho home games
of tin- season aro to bo plased at thu
Arcade, Co icli Collltlower Is anxious to
have tho men leoeomi accustomed to
the lloor and hereaftir will endeavor to
have till pr.utlcs held at the l'ourteenth
strict SKiiiiug i ina
Loftus May Play In
Quarterback For Yale
Ni:V HAVi:.V, Conn. .Vov IS -The
llerv plaslng of IxjfUis, who leplacen
Whceli'K haturdav and ordered his old
schoolmate, l'uinpells, to trv for a 111 Id
goil fiom mlil tie lit. Is thought tn havn
caiiied him a regular plieo on tho ale
oievin, a lid mat he will start the game
against Ilarvaid here on Suturdas The
eiillhis ale lit lighted with the snap he
put Into tho ti cm the momint he took
ih !Ri of the uttack
I ho var'elv simd airlved tod is from
the eliiinwlih Countrv Club wheio
muni i) was spent resting aftei the
lleiie sc rlnimnge s of .Satiiid 15 at I'rlncc
tun ' l.oftv rivnn. tin. IiIl. fniiiKi, ie
who was hdiidloii rathei roughly In tliej
Tigers' tackle is. nmpl, 1,111 il of a sole
neck but hi' will bo In the game against
lliirvaul Hume Isle i wont through the
I'ltniitnn 1 ontost without Injuring his
wiak shoullir and Is expected to bei ut
his In st saiuril c
Light piaitlcit will bo In order for thu
l.lls this week, the 1 inciu s devoting all
then time to rounding out the attack.
It Is admitted that ah did not eiiual
li trie t inn with thi pnHir of Its attack
but manv chulco foimatlons were not
us d There were too manv Harvard
cxpcits on tho side lines
Carlisle Eleven Is
Battered by Pennsy
CUM Ihl.i: Pa . Nov lS-fllenn
111 tie 1 h Inellan eleven will engag In
onls light practice this week, In Ing
bacllv iirulseel b tin1 rcnnslv inln team
Volte rue cl. and Largo, tin. oncls nn I
Atcasa tne imirDacK have so many
ac bos and pains that the. mav not Aiv
against Sprlnglleld Training School Hat-
urn.c Jim 1 niirpo is covered with
brulsts, but Is not serlousls hint
' I'enn won In 1 vlctorv fnirls," said
Coach Winner todaj I 111 not taking
nway a tiling fiuni Mercers team, but
I do siv that tin Indians handed I'enr
at least two tone Inlowns by erruli
plajlrg Our fumbles wore dlsas'ious
However I'enn won fairly and suiiurc
Iv, and I congratulate thu whole miiiiiI
ut Philadelphia lor having the oourige
to come omit after so muny ekfeuts."
TV MAMfXGER of
TH- THreATRG v-VAS
To &p.ise TH ?RlCi
OF AbMSSoM TO ?AT
Tlre STAR rfeR
Tf-rc ICt MAM HAS .
TO A,Se Tttt PRidF
OF ICt? 50 Ht" GAoJ
Boy MtAT fOR t-MS
BINGLES AND BUNTS
By Grantlcind Rice
If jnu flRilre tlieyve eiveiplnvrel fle-ltein
Ulcere sllliefllillei rle In be frn
Wltheiut ller lefist senililnnet of frletlon
nd pull the slnr plav tif Hie ela -If
on flRiirr niieb eeleiff Is n breeder
Of jams thnt lire InollNlt eir nliele
.Inst n nioineiet. I lit-ic uf 011, llrae'er
Miake hands nllh Piinipelt) of lute.
Stealing Fiction's Stuff.
Wo know not what course others may take, but as for us, we've panned
our final story of football Action. These writers who Insisted upon jam
ming or pushing in substitutes to save the day in the last minute of play
knew something after all.
As we were down in Princeton Saturdaj, we'll string with them to a
finish now. Nothing to It
It was the same old fiction setting. The Illue had been outplajed, and
In one minute and llfty-slx seconds the Orange and Hlack would wave
triumphant It was a lost cause a forlorn hope In short. It was One of
Those Occasions. Then enter Pumpelly, tho Substitute, fort j -eight jards
away from glory
His name was Pumpelly he heard the Rev ell
Yale j elllng like hclly for one final Bcqre
You know what happened by now Tho Toe of a Substitute attached
to the spirit and courage back of said toe saved a team that had been
outplayed, outfought, and outgeneraled four-fifths of the waj saved It
by tho margin of a ball striking the crossbar and bounding over instead of
backward Which, as Mr. Knglo, of lloston, remarked to Mr. Snodgrjbs, "Is
all a part of tho game, old top, but much obliged, just tho same "
Not Princeton's Year.
One thousand nine hundred and eleven was Princeton's c.ir. One
thousand nine hundred and twelve wasn't. And there you have the essence
of It all. AgaliiBt Harvard the Tiger plajed 30 per cent below its form, or
rather, its expected form ... ,
Against Yalo the Tiger plajed his game fought tho heavier Hlue team
off Its feet ripped through its line and flitted past Ub tacklers and et
with tho game won the ball at mldlleld and two minutes to piny some
thing happened. Where Flynn tho Renowned was held in check Pumpelly,
tho substitute, prevailed
Princeton plaed BO per cent better football In 1012 against ale than
she nlayed in 1911 Dut when It Isn't jour time to put something over, the
rest of it Is generally null. void, and nit Princeton, a jear ago. was dtje.
Perhaps a trifle overdue. But 1912 wasn't her ear.
In the curtain raiser at t'nlnn Ungu
Park before the Vlgllauts-Me rredes
gsnin the Nationals defeated the M11
Idlan eleven bv a score of Jl to 0 Divls
Ilarton, and liegeman were the stars
for the winners
Vernstliio and Iin-dov for the win
ners, plijed a great defensive game
while roeman, for the losers plased
crcdltablv Jtawllngs outpunlecl Oracc
Athletics, 6 to 3.
HAVANA, Nov IS I'oforo a tsplenl
Sund-is throng that filled overs avail
nblo so it, the Philadelphia Athletic i
defeated the Aliuenefares hero sestor
dav. ii to 3 The Cuban pitchers won
uniililn to stop the heavv hitting of
Hak-r, Oldrlng, and Collins In tho
plnclv s, whllo I onmbs and Mender
worked uniler wraps The Athletic
have set to lose their tirst game to tha
May Lose Place.
Tim Dunn's failure to gain consistently
ngalnst Virginia may lose him his posi
tion as all-South Atlantic fullback In
favor of ilther Mooro, of V M I . or I
Hue bring, of Wushlnglou and Lee, both '
Eastern vs. Technical, Union
League Park, 3.30 p. tn.
Annual trials of the International
Field Trial Club, at Ruthvcn, On
tario Frank Conley vs. Johnny Dundee,
t,wcnty rounds, at Vernon, Cal.
THS PROPGTY OVWNGR
hVAS TO RAVSe-"m RNT
OF WSTEMAMTS So He
CfMJ A-FFORb TO CaO To
THC VJNfceRTAK. HAS
Tb RASe TtitF FRlCx? OF
Burial so h cam Ger
IC.t FoR eMBALMlAJG
"licit one miBine ern ieir eur iiaiiie
Mhrn Smllhrrn I hi- lll touk his pluce
Ills slicnal rinR eiff with n rnfllt-
bodlnK lirsh fell un the- pin re-
'Ihiiell limine ! With n klek llmt nun mulish
lhr Iho ball whirl ii and sail"
eiei mi this la piiippi and loiilllif
Ihnke bands with I'nml'i M uf ule.
Harvard May Play
Penn Next Season
CA.MHHIDC.i: Mass Nov 18 Villi
Harvard and Dartmouth part company
In football this season Just an tins will
In track spin is next spring? If noses of
the alumni were counted aftir Batur
ehev's contest the answer would have
been strongls In the nfllrmatlve Nearls
all the coaches me In favot of the
Coaches Wlthlngton nncl lishor; In
writing nilli Us, advised the ofllclels
who conducted tin- contest to consult
oculists while Dudley Dean a furiiu r
Harvard star, takes a fall out of the
members uf the Dartmouth team, con
el! tuning them for alleged iuiif.li work
There ine vague hints of a ruptuie
between the two unlvoisllles but tho
me n w tin w ould dec Ide cm sue It n mov c
v ould probabh think twice before tak
ing such action Torts thousand people
witnessed Halurdav s contest I'cwinsjl
vanla will be considered should Dirt
mouth be dropped The Quaker! wcie
formerly a good dinning cnid hero
804 Seventeenth Street
97 YPARS successful practice la
.( IbftllJ (he cure o Chronic.
.Nervous, auel special Dlscaaca ui Men
Mcaoa llenllb In You tl You Suite!
1'roin uaurrli, Ubcilly, Iltuuitiatlini, Conitl
patlon rile. Ttiru.it Lunil, Drain, lurt,
llluod. and bhln DUealv Nervous Debility,
Kidney Dlleatd IJUilder Troubles, beeildl
lltucsl l'ulunl"2, Lrupllona, blcers, aad at
ptlvata dUeian culed lur lit by aaii
CUAIIUUS I OW INCUIDINO MXDICINKai
rrltate Waiting llnom for Ladle.
l II a tu l gualaia. M t U.
When seen lamp aomr Impossible atnrs'
Of n sub whe tvmm lammed In the Kanir
With uno minute left where hla KC'ry
i umpanlonee were henten In hainr-
"lie met ihe Inat hope like n fighter-
full nfl ards wlthuul full"
I're uu nlarl In tee sun Ihe pour srrltrr
sbakr bauds with I'limpelly uf ule.
By Way of Intermission.
Not forgetting, but with all Inherent modesty, as we move along, our
prediction of I'rlday the day before
For Princeton and Yalo we called a tie game with neither eleven
nblo to score a touchdown
Final score Yule, 6: Princeton, 6; via four field goals.
Also on the Friday before Harvard, 3; Dartmouth, 0.
A mere guess' What of It? Isn't it a trifle better to guess correctly
As for Mr Fljnn, he was certainly there with the Left Hoof, but In
other respects, as old Frank Adams sized It up "Yalo was moro Fljnncil
against than Fljnnlng" Lefty could boot the cover off the ball, but the
had tho rest of him fulrl) well canned by sunset.
Hut Lefty isn't through jet.
moleskin career is over.
Yale vs. Harvard.
On prescut form, Yale must boom CO per cent further along to give
Harvard an oven battle Ordinarily It would bo a forlorn hope, but Yalo
is something dse again. In the bright lexicon of L'lidom there Is no such
phrase as "forlorn hope "
And then the dope this season is getting to be sadlj dismantled. When
n team can lose to Swarthmore, Lafujette, and Hrown, as Penn did, and
then whirl around and trim the Indians, the prophet Is likely to be without
honor In uny old country he happens to work in
The Penn team of today and that of three weeks ago Is something en
tirely distinct It's a regular football team todaj, one of the best In tho
land With great honor to the Red and Hlue cause. It fought its way from
the rut Yale, to give Harvard an even battle, must do the same. With
quite a distance to come
There have been six disqualifications for needless roughness so far In
which four big teams Princeton, Harvard, West Point, and the Indians
have been Involved Kvldcntly the phraso "Clean sport" husn't jet slipped
into the understandings of Bevcral who arc doing great work for a gamo bo
recently under lire.
Hoppe Is Likely To
Retain Billiard Title
Ni:V YOI1K. Nov IH -Willie Hoppe
so. ins certain to retain his title of
champion it l" 2 I alkllne bllll irs lead
ing the field with a margin of one
game, ho has to plav onls two addi
tional matches with ileoigo Sutton and
lira Mornlugstar Sutton Is off his
game, and should prove e.iss whllo
Hoppe has, In the n est, usually hail
Mnmlngstafs number Kven If he
should lose one of the games the best
Hoppe could get would be a tie The
tournament will close W'odncsdas.
Two More Years.
Harold l'uinpells. who kicked that
lie Id goal at Princeton Miturelas. Hiking
victors from Princeton In the last mo
ments of the game, has two more sears
to pluv with the Klls
Ol . Mil Hi MINES MAN
Can reach A I.I. J"r prwertlce.
toiniTH MOHi; tit II KIA an I
ll'AI.IA In using our
Thii Irttcra pull results liecaune they
are tlupIUntcN of mir pcraonalh dictated
iMtrr an I aa such rrcilt the careful
utttntlon of jour prt'Sixrt let us show
u what our loiters cut. .lo for vu
District Nallonnl Hank tlulldlnc.
THe TAILOR HASTo;
Raise th- FRioe-
Op CLOTHES IM
ORt6 To PAY
' THt t5s3T-
11 yT X-
AMtb THt ?ooR
STARYlrOG tOG QfWJT
AFFORD TO bie"
PRvCJe OF ORtAL
They'll hear from him again before his
Wisconsin Wants To
Play Harvard Team
MADISON, Wis. Nov IS If It ran bo
arranged Wisconsin will meet Harvard
on the gridiron next season. Since bat
urdus s glorious vlctoiy over Minnesota
the alumni and undergrudu..tes of Wis
consin am wild with enthuslnsm, and
want to have the contest scodulod this
Seai However, Director Khlei sas s
nothing will be done toward arranging
such a gamo this season, but negotia
tions will lu started next spring, and It
is hoped that Harvard will se o tit to
meet Wisconsin on the gridiron.
BUT WOT WITH SALVES
Every old sore can be cured unless it be of a malignant cauccrou3 na
ture. But no chronic ulcer can be cured by the application of salves or
other external treatment. You must get down to the origin and cause
before you can produce curative effects. Bad blood is responsible for old
sores, and the one certain cure, therefore, is a thorough purification and
upbuilding of thecirculation. Aslonga3 impurities are left in the blood
they will be deposited into the ulcer to keep up the inflammation and ir
to Increase the
S. S. S. makes pure blood,
cure for old sores.
S ITM THE GUY
TtiBTV MILF" "s -w -iT" ' triJ rttPtW s fe
-I1. - I
f, LrrTL c Vh -me
Piece of ffopr . GUY THAT
COAC. xwHo J ,L puT THC eA15s J
ARe You ? i )NJ eMGiMeERsA.
BELIEF THAT TEA!
Defeat of Carolina Aggies
ANNAPOLIS. Sid. Nov IS There Is
a general feeling ut the Naval Academy
that tho to-to-0 defeat of the North
Caiollna Aggies on Satuiday means
that the team hiu at last hits its stride)
and that steads Improvement will be
mado during the two weeks before the
game agalnit West Point nt Philadel
phia. Speclallv pleasing was the lino
showing of Slcltcavev, and It Is believed
that a strong attack will be built
around the tall, rangy lulfback
Slellcaves stands two Inches over
six feet and weighs 165 pounds. He Is
a hard determined runner with tho ball,
the kind that refuses to be downed He.
sides he Is a great help to other run
ners with tho ball and a tine defensive
plus or Another strong point In his fa
vor In that his height enables him to get
off the forward pass In good shape
while the fact that he Is left-handed
proves confusing to opponents who ttrs
to Interfere with his throwing.
Captain Hodes also did tho best
ground gaining of his feotbill career
Saturdas While there Is conlidence in
tin Improvement of the team, tho fa t
that North Caiollna showed no great
stre ngtli Is not ovei looked The visitors
hud no buck of special merit uiul tried u
forward pass onls oneo
It Is this pi i) that has proved thu
Lrdotng of the midshipmen In almost
evers game this sear. Ninth Carolina
was also weak In the kicking depart
ment, and a good punui would have
easlls been able to cut tho Navs s score
There Is also regret over the fact that
Now York I'nlvetslts, which moots the
Midshipmen In that last local (.amo next
i-uiuruas nas snown little strength and
Till not offer a bisls of c ompnrlson
wmi .i icam so juung as tne Aunj.
Cornell Surprised At
Rout By Wolverines
ITHACA, N Y Nov 1 -A surprised
and much dlsappulnicd Cornell 'oot-
ball teuin came quletls buk to Ithu i
tioui Ann Arbor, whero Jllchlgun d -fcatcd
them Saturdas 1'oitunjte v
none of the plasers were serlousls hurt
In sesterdus's encounter O Cunnai and
Champaign suffered the most In Sat
urdas s game-, but Shaipe Is of the
opinion that both nun will be In tb
scrimmage lis Wcdneselis It is also
expected that Prltr, fncle rhlll and one
or two others who have been hell out
of active work III the last two we ks
be cause of Injuries will be able to don
the togs agiilu.
.sharpo will undnuhtedlv tackle tho
pioblem of strengthening the .back lb id
this week The line la progiohsiuc
rapiuiv .inn is now ajr ami awas alnud
of the backb In development.
ritation, a a nature can inutc no progicss cuvyuiu
healing the place. Nothing is so sure to produce a
cure of old sores as S. S. S. This is nature's per
fect blood remedy, composed of the most healing and
at the sam time the most penetrating and blood-purifying
pioperties. It removes every particle of mor
bid matter from the circulation and assists nature
healthful, nutritious cornuscleb of the
and pure blood is nature's unfailing
iiOOK on cores ana uicera anu uuy iucuicui ucmtv;
THE SWIFT SPECFIC C0,t ATLANTA. GA.
"Every Knock Is a Licsi'
Penn la perky.
With a brilliant vlctorv over the In V
ertu coruiuerlng Carlisle Indian eleven.
Penn Is decidedly perks at the fag u I
of tho season, and should expirlm
little difficulty In running nwav fmin
the pool Cornellluns. The Quaker" evi
dently have the stuff of heroes.
Would play Tigers.
Virginia would meet the Princeton
Tigers, as The Times announced s n,
two weeks ago. Well, that would
a be lutlful combat. If the Vlrguuai i
Plased as hard as thes did agau i
Georgetown. Saturdas-. If scheduled for
the Capital, such a contest woull be a
pas Ing proposition, too.
An end to It.
While independent football is more or
les of a hodge-podge. It would appear
to mo that the Ilolv Name team shoul 1
disban 1 and llee to the wilderness of
SlcintEuimrv counts. 1 hev should foi
get that they ever challenged the Vn.
lants Joe Ollvcrl uppare ntl was cui
reel In s iv Ing that thev sought meiu
itdveitlsetnent or Christmas monev
I'rine e ton unfortunate.
PiltK tun Is unfortunate In In e
placed in .in embarrassing position tw e
In u single season through the rout,
wont of one of her .irelts plasci
Hail Wallet was banished from tt
Daitmouth gamo for rough plav an 1
was similarly punished Sututdes for
'kneeing" l'ls nn, Yale's full h ,
Prince tun has no complaint to offei bi t
has tin ssmpaths of all lovcis of tlu
Ihe game tomorrow
Kcstein and Tecu should furnish l
good geme for the followers of i IP i
school football It will be speed against
beef ut, cm. with the chances gientlv n
favor of speed. The result of the '
tost will go far toward determining tho
second place position In the high s nool
ihaiiirlunshln race. Kastern Is pi I. d
to win, although Tech, with a heav
eleven, is expected to ston Smith aiil
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IS a. 1. . l J m
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S Designed on stylish lines s
S popular with the care- S
S ful dressers all over the S
Made with the Patented
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S famous "SUp-Over" Button-
22 hole. -
S " LEEDS " Is a quarter Inch 5
lower. Both are
a for 25c Quarter SUe.
"- !.e''TSuhi!lib.le K'therlniM this 23
m. aeaaon TRACTOR." li the collar- 2a
Tnd r.Wa'.AC-HURUI " the pat-
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