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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
Wore Extensive Schedule Is Planned for Georgetown Football learn Next Season
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Want Game With Virginia Post
poned Until Thanksgiving
t .. Day in 1913.
By LOUIS A. DOUGHER.
Though the present football campaign
U not yet concluded at the Hilltop, the
V. P. I. contest coming on Thanksgiving
Day. the authorities aro already pro
Wring for next year's schedule. It Is
expected to be a radical departure, too,
from those of past jeura. It will prob
ably enable Georgetown to take rank
among the strongest elevens of the East,
With the appointment of Vincent
Dalley graduate supervisor of athletics
at the Hilltop, a llble athletic policy
has been Instituted which Is expected to
ar fruit soon In added reputation for
the unherslty. The scramble from car
to year will bo a thing of the past. An
orderly advance takes Its place. This
will be seen In all branches of sport at
Georgetown, and It Is expected to bo
seen clearly next fall.
In the tlrst place, many of the smaller
elovens will anlsh from the ltllltoppers'
football schedule In 1913. Ml. St. Mary's.
Washington College, and Handolpli-Mu-fn
are due for the guillotine, their ap
Marances on the Hilltop this season be
ing their last. It la felt that they do
little toward aiding the declopmcnt of
Open In North.
The season of 1913 for the Illue and
Gray Is expected to open somewhere In
the North. Princeton Is the most likely
antagonist for that first game of the
season. There was some talk of this
last winter, but the plan fell through
largely because tho Tigers hud but one
date open, and that wan unsuitable for
the Hllltoppers. lly beginning on sched
ule making early. Head Coach Dalley
believes ho will be ablo to arrange a
well-nigh perfect schedule, and this will
include a contest with Princeton. At
any rate, that opening contest next year
Is almost sure to see the eleven playing
In the North,
It li doubtful If Harvard or Yale
can find room on their schedules for the
Georgetown eleven, but efforts may be
made to arrange such games In the
earlier part of the season.
Dickinson College, which ran away
from Catholic University this ear. is
seeking a game with Georgetown, and la
very likely to be accommodated. "HI"
Pauxtls, the former Pennsylvania end,
has turned out nn excellent team there,
one sure to test to tno limit the West
End eleven. If this game Is scheduled.
It will be played In the Capital.
On Thanksgiving Day.
Furthermore, an effort w 111 be made to
have the Virginia gamo scheduled for
Thanksgiving Day next season. ThU
ws talked over this year, but Vir
ginia had arranged for Its annual bat
tle with North Carolina at Norfolk
and would not consider a change. How
ever, by starting early Georgetown
hopes to have this great classic of the
football season billed for Turkey Day
Vanderbllt, acknowledged to be the
best elctn In the South, may be found
on the schedule next year, too. It Is
too late for such u contest to be ar
ranged for this season, but It may be
obtained In 1913. Indeed, It Is almost
The Intent of the coaching authority
at the Hilltop Is to make a schedule
which will tent the eleven by regular
steps, coming to a climax on Thanks
giving Day when Virginia will be
played. Such a system tlnds the weak
er teams useless and, therefore, they
will be dropped. Hy plulng Washing
ton and Lee, Virginia Polvtechnlc. and
Virginia, runklne In the South Atlantic
section will be possible. The Vander
bllt game will glc the nine and Gray
a place In the elevens of the South.
Same In North.
By playing one or two teams In the
North, It will be possible for the Dluo
and Orav to obtain a better ranking
. among elevens of the East, It Is real
ised at Georuetown that schedule-mak
ing Is one of the fine arts. That 0-to-0
game with the Army last yenr did more
for Georgetown In tho way of attracting
attention than anv othei game on the
chedule. It Is desired that next ear's
varsity eleven will have every opportu
nity of receding Its proper ranking, and
this can be done better bv the schedule
makers than ever before.
Of this ear's winning team George
town will lose in 1913 Captain Hcgarty.
Eddie Mullaney, Dave White, ' Tug"
Fury, Jim Dunn, and Man In Hitch. Of
course, this Is a hard blow, but tho
quad possesses sufficient talent for an
excellent nucleus. Perhnps the hardest
task for tho coaches will be to replace
the tackles. White and Hegnrty. The
others should be replaced with men
now on the squad only a alight degree
This ear's coaches are expected to
be on the Job again next e ir.
Frank Gargan, caring for the back fie d,
Eddie Hennla, doing the same for the
line, nnd "Dap"DalIev hiving general
uperlslon. These three men have
worked together admirable this season,
arid should continue In 1913. Harmony
among the coaches goes toward success
of an eleven.
District Tcnpln League Colum
blas vs. Colonials.
Commercial League Tolman vs.
W. and L.
Southern U. II. League Tie and
Timber vs. Auditors.
Departmental Duckpln League
Census vs. War.
Northeastern League Atlantlcs vs.
Potomac League All teams.
National Capital League Mt. Ver
nons vs. Fat Men.
District Duckpln League Eurekas
Carroll League Trlnldads vs. Salvador.
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"DEL" GAINER MAY
BE IN CONDITION
Tiger Star First Baseman
Again Next Year Ya
"Del" Gainer, the crack first baaeman
of the Detroit Tigers, hopes to be in
shape to resume placing next season
and this Is causing oodles of Joy In
the City of Straits. He says that the
wrltt broken by one of Jack Coombs'
terrific shoots Is now 1OT per cent
stronger than It was before he under
went the operation on It, and that
he will report to Hughey Jennings lit
to battle for his place on the team.
Undoubted!) the youngsters and ct
erans tried out at the Initial sack last
jtar went far toward unsteadjlng the
Tiger Infield. Morlarty did the best
work there, but his weakness at the bnt
rendered him Ineligible. Gainer Is a
sweet hitter and will be un added asset
to tho Tlgerj next yeur.
Whoecr Is chosen to lead the High
landers of 1013 should have an easier
time than Wolvcrton did last summer.
"Dynamite Harry" bumped Into nil
kinds of tough luck. When he came
here In July his outfit looked llko a
college arslty nine, so many green
rah rnhs were playing on It. Ills Ix-st
men were sick or Injured and It was
lmposlhlc for Wolvertnn to get an
even break with his opponents.
Yankees Are Strong.
No matter how you look at It, the
Yankees have a strong line-up for 1913
Cree, Wolter. nnd Lellvelt make one of
tho hardest-hitting trio of outfielders
In tho league, while Rert Daniels Is a
useful lad to hae around a club. The
Infield needs some tinkering, but there
are enough plaers on the sauad to
mako a good Inner quartet. Pitchers
aro plentiful, too, when In condition,
while Ed Sweeney. Charlie Sterrett, and
Williams have demonstrated their abll-1
Ity behind the bat With a good start, '
BE IN LINE-UP FOR
Yale's Star End Badly Bruis
ed by Princeton and
Has to Best.
NEW HAVEN, Nov. 20 Douglass
Uomelsler. Ynle's AU-Amcrlca end, may
not play against Harurd, after all. In
the Princeton game, In which he per
formed deeds of valor by the score,
txlng down the field on kicks llko a
Anrnado and spoiling -.mv attempts to
circle his end, he suffered a bad bruise,
on his Injured shoulder nnd the coaches
have excused him from all practice. If
ho Is ready to play by Saturday, he may
be allowed to start, but Indications to
day urc that ho will seo the contest
from, the sidelines.
Tlnal preparations for the Harvard
gamo consist of the hardest practice
of the season. The coaches are driving
tho players at top speed In the hopes
of quickening the attack. So furious
was tho scrimmage that John W.
Castles, a scrub halfback, was knocked
unconscious and carried to tho Infirm
ary where he did not regain his senses
for two hours. He was all right to
day, though, and will enter tho practice
Tom Bhelln Is In charge of the
scrubs, using his own plass In order
to strengthen tho varsltv defense He
and Ted Coy generally get Into the
game before tho scrimmage is done.
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the yanks should be somewhere In the
running next eur.
The Yanktcs may go tn Ilermuda to
train In the spring. Jim Mills, the
Jersey City magnate. Is striving to get
Frank l'arrcll to send his team to the
Island. The Skecters trained there last
spring and fame baik In perfect condi
tion Howexer. no decision will bo made
until u malinger has been named for
It Is pcwslblp that a spring series will
b arranged lx-tween the Highlanders
and tho Glnnts on the Polo Grounds
next ear This should bring out large
crowds, f the weather Is favorable.
Ryan After Club.
The latest rumor from Philadelphia
has John I). Han, the copper magnate,
hccklng to purchase Horace Fogel's
Interests In the Phillies It Is said that.
If Its an obtains the club. Joe O'llrlen,
the deposed secrctaiy of the Glints,
will succeed Kogel as president.
O'llrlen and Iljan nro close friends
and there may bw more truth than llc
tlon in this htory.
If Kogel Is tried by the directors of
the Nutlnnnl Ixnigue next week, he will
be 'he frst club president so humiliated
In the big li agues. There Is no prec
edent for this action an.l on account
of this fact he Insists that nothing can
h done with lilm It l tho Intention
of President Lynch to blacklist Pagel
among organized baseball men. some
thing not done since President Hulburt,
back I" the daik ages of the gani",
east Into outer darkness four plaxers
caught gambling on games In which
they plajed and throwing victories for
the prollts accruing to themselves.
Jim McAleer and Hob Mclloy, two of
the most unpopular men In Iloston,
since the scandal of the last world's
series, are snendlnir the winter wiv
from the Hub In the nopoH of letting
tht, matter blow ner Tho fans nre
waiting for their return. No brats
bands will be at tho station, though
Harvard Team to
Stay at the Mohican
NEW LONDON, Conn., Nov. 10 This
city Is coming to be tho center of moro
Intercollegiate activity than any other
town In tho country not the seat of a
great university. Tho annual aquatic
event which decides tho relative strength
of Harvard and Yale at the oars calls
people hero by tens of thousands. This
fall tho Harvard Football Association
has chosen to mako the Mohican Hotel
tho headquurtcrs of the Crimson foot
ball team fiom Thursday until the day
of the game.
Tho unusual accommodations provided
by the Mohican, the arrangements w hlch
It was possible to make with the man
agement for thl sleeping accommoda
tions which a squad of fifty men re
quired, and tho special diet kitchen ar
ranged for the preparation of tho menus
furnished by the football management
stamp New London's biggest hotel oa
providing facilities whlchaould usually
be accorded only In pities tho size of
Boston and Now York
Twenty men will come down from
Cambridge on Thursday and on Friday
thirty more will Join the squad and will
remain hero until after breakfast on
Saturday, when they will go to New
Haven for the game.
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Deficient in Physical
ANNAPOLIS Md . Nov. M.-Surgeon
R. W. McDowell, medical officer In
charge of physical training at the Na
val Academy, who has kept In Hose
touch with the condition of the mem
bers of the academy football squad. Is
authorltr for the statement that up to
the last few davs the phvrlcal shape of
tho Navy plovers has been much below
tho normal, and that there Is everv rea
son to believe that the poor showing Is
largely due to tills.
The men have generall been below
their proper weight and have been de
ficient In energy and stamina, jio
ascribes It to lack of exercise and de
bilitating conditions while on tho sum
During the past week there has Ik en a
marked Improvement in ph'slcal condi
tion, and also in plavlng ability. Thai
practice estcrday was secret, but the
coaches, while not admitting Improve-
ment, have an air of satisfaction that !
Indicates their belief that tho team is
at last on the right road
All of the members of the squad have
been weighed again, nnd a distinct gain
In average weight has been noticed.
Brown and Howe, the guards, ore
weighing M6i pounds each. Next to
theso Is Hall, left tackle, who has
reached 106 pounds, and nearly every
member of the squad has Increased In
Doubt exists only us to one or ti o
places on tho team. Walker Is still
flghtlns with Perry for the center posi
tion and Vaughan or Itedman maj dis
place Hall or Ilalston at the tucMis
Burring accident thtre Is little likeli
hood of un other changes If the
Army tiain were to be encountered to
day, the Navy team would probably be.
Lest end, Ingram, Itfl tackle. Hall,
left guard, Howe, center. Walker; light
guard, Brown, right tackle, Ilalston;
right end, Gilchrist, quarterback,
Bhodes; left half back, Leonurd, right
halfback. Mclteavey; fullback, Hurrison.
The average weight of tho back Held
of this team Is 1644 pounds. The aver
age of the line Is IM pounds, and of tho
wholo team, 177 pounds.
Georgetown Eleven to
Start Hard Work Again
The Georgetown football squad Is to
have harder work In preparation for
the V. P. I. game which will be held
Thanksgiving. All of the men report
ed jesterday and felt refreshed after
the long layoff. Captain Hcgarty di
rected tho practice jestcrday, which
Oargan and Bennls will bo on .hand
today and the campaign for the big
Thanksgiving game will be started
anew. None of the Bluo nnd Gray
players feels tho effects of the Virginia
gamo and all ure ready for tho work In
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Coaches Satisfied With De
velopment of Soldier For
wards on Gridiron.
WEST POINT. N Y. Nov. JO The
Army 'leven Is beginning to show form
to warrant the belief that an casv vic
tory will be gained our the Navy at
franklin lield Tin- fum Is gtttlng to
gether betti r, und vestcrdav's workout
was most encouruglng. Thu scrimmage
was not long, but verv hurd, the
couclus driving the plajers throughout
On the offense the forwards of the
varsity shone, though tin Ir defensive
work) was not quite so good
The regular backfleld men got pome
hard work Keves ai the bright
star. He scored on touchdown and
dropped a beautiful field goal In the
scrimmage whlli standing on the 40
vard line Benedict carried the ball
forty yaids tn twu plajs to u touch
down. Krapf, one of the backs on
the scrub team, was thrown behind his
line for a safety carlv in the practice.
McDermott was at quarterbuck In
Doe's place on the scrub team. Wey
and continues at guard on the regu
lars, and It looks ns If he will become
a fixture there llerrlck was back In
the practice Packard was In for Ilow
ley at tackle and Olllesplo and Merrlllat
were the ends Mllburn, who has been
off the squad for academic reasons,
wus out and Indulged in light practice.
To Drop Kick Goals
CAMBRIDGE, Mass, Nov :o Brlck-
lay. Harvard s ,reat halfback, has not
forgotten how to k'ck Held goals, and
the coaches are certain that he will boot
at least two against Yale Prom scrim
mage vcstenla) he stnt one over from
the 40-vard line und two fiom tho 3.
jard chalk mark, though not from diffi
cult angles The crlpplei are all In con
dition, and tverv one will bo ready to
enter tho cont"st Saturday.
Tomurrow Harvard's backs and ends
will practice at Yale Field In order to
heroine accustoimd to the llghtB ond
shadows. Frldav secret signal drill will
be held at New lm.lon, Conn , w here
the squad w III be taken tomorrow morn
ing Although the coaches are confident
of victory, 'he students hero want even
money on the results.
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Nov. 20 ny
replacing Wilson at tncklo by Griffith,
and putting Jnurneav ut guard. Coach
Andv Smith believes he has strength
ened tho line In preparation for the
i , in II contist. Grltllth has earned
a trial on the varsity by hla ood work
on the scrub Long signal drill, kick
ing, and a brief scrimmage marked the
day's work jisterday foi the Quakers,
and this will bo continued until next
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TY COBB IS
OF GAME'S HITTERS
Others May Have Had Better Averages, But Cobb Has
Batted When the Foul Strike Rule Has Been
Thero Is little more that can be said
In pralso of Ty Cobb than has already
been written, but his batting average of
.410 per rint that he made the past
siason, together with his average of
,4'J) per cent hu ULConipllshed last sea
son, places him In a. class hy himself 03
During the seuson of 1912 he ngain
camu out uhead of those great
t'rs of the
American Li ikuo Joe i
Hp'akvr and Napoleon I
l.aJoii. To perform that feat Is hlgli
honor enough, but, together with that
record, he has the better om of hav
ing led the league for fix consecutive
seusons ami bids fair to do tlio same
for another hulf dozen sears to come,
provided the Detroit club can afford
to keep him that long, with the raises
In salarv that he will di maud and by
all right Is entitled to get.
Cobb s record of .(.fl last season was
the grtatist batting that anv pluver
ever sucietded In accomplishing Other
plavers have cxcellid those llgurts In
Iiercentage, as follows
DufTv, tls Turner. -4J3. In 10I. Ilurch,
4a, Burkett, 4.3. In W. and Uijole,
4.2, In l'll, but all those bin averages
wcjii made before the presi nt foul strike
rule wns adopted, nnd when Inttus
like Burkett and DufTv muld "kill the
good om " with ridiculous ase bv In
tentionally , fouling off the ball, and
even under those favorable mndltluna
they did follow up the big avtrages
foi six jears hand running
Cobb Comes Back.
Cobh came right hack the past season
with the surprising!) good percentage of
.410. No such consistency of batting
has ever been known, although "Cap" i
Anson, Dan Broutheis and also Hans
Wagmr have had big coneecutlvt bat
ting periods. I
When ono stops to think what a .4101
batting average mean", then It can be,
appreciattd That lecord tell that
Cobb. In a little over every other time
at bat, made u bise hit mid what do s
that mean to the club and team having
such a wonder In Its line-up'' '
I'nfortunately, the Tigers' pitching
staff went nil to pieces the p it fe i
son, and Cobh's bludgeon, us nifty us
It wa, could not pull his team out of.
But sec what a valuable player Cobb,
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the leading poiltlon, Cobb's bat and hit
ting would bo- Invaluable and would
virtual!) assure the Giants the pennant
seaon after seaton
Giants Lack Real Star.
The Giants have never been fortunate
enough to t-ecure a crackerlack out-
Ihider of the Cobb, Sneaker or Jackson
slugging propensity. McGraw could
never get his hooks on a player like anv
of that hlg trio, who can and do win
game after gamo with the wallop.
No plavers have come to McGraw
ready made He has been obliged to
develop his own team and players, and
as a usual thing has been handicapped
ny a mediocre hitting outfield. A Cobb
In the Giants' outer garden and at bat
would havo won the world's series both
this season nnd last
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ton and Crimson Called
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PHILADELPHIA. Nov. M. PennsM
vanla's vurslty eight will meet Harvard
and Princeton next spring. If present
plans do not fall through. Next vcar'
race Is scheduled for the Charles river,
Boston. In 1911, It will be rowed on
the Schuylkill, and In 1915, on Carnegie
lake, Princeton. The announcement of
the three-cornered race Is hailed with
Jos- heie by the undergraduates us
marking closer athletic relations among
the three big colleges named. It Is now
believed to bo but a matter of time
when Harvard's football elevens lll
once more be seen on Franklin Field
"Wo have been negotiating with
Harvard and Trlncoton for some time, '
said Thoipas Heath, chairman of the
rowing committee of tho University of
Pennsslvanla Athletic Association, to
day, "and, while nothing definite has
been decided. It seems more than prob
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rowed this car, as outlined. "Ae ex
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