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Football Game Between Georgetown and
Plans Said to Have Elevens
Meet During Season of Nine
HE CAN FILL DATE
'Manager Hopeful of Getting An
other Contest With a North
Georgetown will not meet Princeton
,on the gridiron next fall as negotiations
Nere called off this, morning by Man
ager Edward parfett, of 'the Hilltop
,' moleskin troupp. The Tiger authori
'tles were -willing to "meet the local in
stitution in Princeton during the sea
ton, but were unable to offer ,any dates
which were suitable .toManager "Bar
reit. accordingly the matter has $ccu
I dronpet The negotiations are effected
to bear fruit however; inso much as
Tit is likely that the Blue and Gray
school .'wilt be offered a date in 1514
by the Tigers before all the possible
dates have been filled.
,, 'Clust who will take the place In the.
Blue and Gray .schedule which has
been left vacant by ine failure to ar
range a-game with sons of old Nassau,
has not been determined, but Manager
Barrett Is confident, that he will be
able to book one of the strong.Xorthen
collegiate 'elevens for , the open date.
Be has been in communication with
heveral prominent schools for some
time, and it is likely that definite ar
rangements will be completed within
a few days,, wherebv the Hllltoppcrs
will invade the North at least onsi
during the 1913 gridiron campaign.
George Van Dyne is expected to be in
condition to renew active track work
by the middle ot next week, and Coach
MQUlgan is hopeful that be will be in
prime condition by the time of the
Johns Hopkips games. The former
Central High School athlete's Injury Is
not as serious as was first supposed, and
the strained ligament Is responding
readily to treatment.
McGrath, the New England boy, who
gave much promise of developing Into
a capable dash man during the 1912 sea
son, nas oera lorcea to give up iracg
work, for the time being at least, be
cause of sickness, but It is hoped that
he will be able to return to the squad
In time for the Georgetown games. Last
winter McGrath won seteral heats In
the sprint events and. while he failed
to win a place in any of the finals. looked
good to become a point winner this
The crnbro collegians on the HIUt..p
seemed to have acquired a point winner
in Jones, who last year performed for
the Kordham Prep aggregation, as In
recent practice he has been showing
form far superior to that possessjd
by the usual fields found m scholastic
quarter-mile events in this vicinity
Jones is a cousin of John Paul Jones,
the- sreat runner of Cornell, who Is
the collegiate naif and one mile cham
pion, and appears to possesn some of
the fpeed and enduring powers thpt
have made his cousin famojs: accord
ingly Coach Mulligan is counting upen
the youngster to do some scoring this
Manager Madi;,... .,. the West End
bchkctball team announced this
morning that the basketball game
wllll, Washington and Lee would Se
rJayed in Lynchburg. Va., instead of
Lexington, as had been originally
planned, for the management of the
V. and L. .quint expects the contest
to attract a much larger crowd In
Lynchburg than In the former place.
"With the scene of battle changed the
chances of the Blue and Gray scoring
a victory are much brighter than
they were before, as It is practical
ly impossible to defeat the home
tram on the Lexington court, because
of its peculiar size and shape; while
the Lynchburg arena will be neutral
Tonight in Chicago
.CHICAGO. Jan. .-Preliminary heats
in five events and the final in one event
wll be run off tonight in the opening of
tne nineteenth annual inuoor track meet
of the First Regiment A. a., the biggest
Indoor meet of the season. All the finals
will be tomorrow night.
The preliminaries tonight will be in
the ninety-yard dash, open handlcan.
forty-yard dash for high schools; forty. '
yard lilgn huraies. open scratch. 31')
jard run. open handicap. furt-yard ww
hurdles. The finals will be run off in
the five-mile race
Entries from the biggest athletic clul
and universities will be present tonight
Ilecords are expected to be made.
District League G. P. O. vs. Flor
ists, at Rathskeller alleys.
National Capital League Y. M. C.
A. vs. Potomacs, at V. M. C. A. al
leys. District League Toledos vs. Ar
llngtons, at Bersford's alleys.
Commercial League Habn & Co.
V6 Chapin-Sacks, at Palace alleys.
Southern Clerks' League Man
agers vs. Accountants, at Casino al
leys. Arcade League Laboritcs vs. Hol
mcads, at Arcade alleys.
Southwestern League Climbers
s. Llnworths.-at, Southwest alleys.
Spalding League Normoyles vs.
Johnsons; "at Casino alleys.
Carroll ? Council League Genoas
vs. Santa Marias, at Rathskeller al
Terminal League Land and In
duptrial,. yj? -Car Department,-at
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Clips Four Seconds
M. C. A. Pool.
at the Y.
By KIRK C. MILLER.
It was Amphibians' Night at the Y.
M. C. A. pool, and all of the tadpoles,
frogs, sunflsh. and mullet-heads and
everj- member of the web-footed and
flnny tribe was there to do his particu
lar sprawl or squirm. There was a
variety of dives and strokes, that never
before received name, and it was only
through an Intimate knowledge of the
deep-sea tongue that a classification of
the events was possible.
There was corkscrew and jack
knife diving and back, breast and side
stroke swimming, together with a con
glomeration of other incongruous strokes
and dives, the names of which the press
could hardlv detect, to say nothing of
reprint for the benefit of the public.
Standing - sitting - high - dlie. kneellnc-
Jumplng-back-dlp. tw Irllng-slde-sw !p?-
dive. and backuard-clrcular-two-steD-
plungc are the way some of those spec-
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those who looked on to see the
long stays -under water or the endurance-testing
All this caudal flipping and aquatic ex
hibition nas at the Instance of the
monthlv trials of the Nautilus Swim
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their particular flip. If an Improvement
over former trial heats Is noted, so
much the better; but should the show
ing of the athlete Indicate a decline,
then Coach Hansen gets busy with a
At this particular time the members
of the Nautilus Club are preparing for
a swimming meet with the Naval Acad
emy team, to be held In the Navy poolj
on the afternoon of February 8. Tho
events at this" meet will Include 150-yard
dash, fifty-yard breast stroke relay
races, and the usual card of fancy
As the Nautilus Club is the only
swimming team that competes with the
Midshipmen, a particularly good show-
s . -- JX -wN XrrmS ( P,CK YotJR V
' J2 1 1 ,TO-'-5Br ,,?f .,.-.. - ill WAS THt
Dashing Around in
ing Is deglrecUby Coach Hansen. All
swimming activities at Annapolis aro
confined to Navy teams, with tho ex
ception of the single Invasion of the
The initial, event of last qlght's trials
was the ISO-yard dash, which was de
cided In & first, second, and final heat.
The results of the latter were as fol
lows: First, Miller; second. Knight:
third. Ellason; fourth, Karrick; fifth.
In the fifty-yard breast stroke trials,
Carson Hansen broke the record for the
Y. M. C. A. pool, having clipped four
seconds from the old time of 41 2-5 sec
onds. The swimmers finished as fol
. 4fc GREAT . - s,
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for Coming Season, Is Canceled
the Y. M. C A. "Tub
lows: Hansen. Karrick, Ellason, Ruth
erford, and Burch.
Coach Hansen has selected Bamman,
Ansley. Cutts, and MlUer or Ruther
ford to make up the relay team to com
pete at Annapolis.
Play Extra Games.
The Yankees will play the Dodgers a
couple of exhibition games at Brooklyn,
according to Secretary Davis. They
will be played on April 3 and 6. The
game on April will mark the opening
of Ebbets Field, the new home of the
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Bedient Only Pitcher
Signed By Red Sox
BOSTON, Mass.. Jan. It-Hugh Be
dient. the Red JSox pitcher, whose "bril
liant work, was one of the sensations of
the last world's series, sent In his
signed contract today ror next year.
Bedient Is the only member of the
world's champions' regular pitching
staff to agree to terms thus far. Presi
dent McAIeer said today that the ab
sence of the other players' contracts Is
causing the club officials no alarm.
now made to your IndhidHal aeacare
and $25, go now for $15.
ijsak ngni up-io-aaie.
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Little German Trains Faith-
fuKy.AH During Winter for 1
Opening of Season. a
DETROIT. Jan. 2l-Oscar Vitt is
sure of holding down third base for
the Tigers next season. The little, Ger
man has been 'training since the close
of the ball season with that end In
Oscar is a good, ball player, ire protA.
ably would have played regularly last
season had he 'not developed stomach
trouble early In the-summer. Jennings
could not keep him In theltec-up.
The Westerner started "in as left
fielder for the Tigers when the- season
opened. He was switched to second,--'
also played short and later was on '
third. He seemed to .have the ability
to adapt himself to any position i. -
which he was placed. '
In the Pacific Coast League, were ha-
played before coming to Detroit, litt ,
Vitt was a. third sacker. Jennings In- !
tended to place him there eventually-.
Immediately alter the season. Vitt
and "Buck" Weaver, shortstop for the f
Chicago White Sox, hiked Into ther ,
mountains out in California. Oscai
wanted to live the simple life an.1 k
spend his days mountain climbing a&tl ,.
getting fresh air. The open' air to,"
agreeing; with elm. He came, into San
Francisco during the holidays and toU
his friends that he gained six pouar '
since starting the mountain worlc Jjr
mediately after New Year Day hs ,-
returnea to tne wnas. ana ijuenas io -
remain there until the training seasfer 3
"It's the only life." says Oscar, "t
feel better than ever before in my Iif
My muscles are hard and my wind i
good. I won't need much exercise- to
be ready to play and will not have to
torture myself, during the spring train-
Ing season. Open air and plain food. ,
with plenty of exercise, is doing for n 7
what all the medicine I tooir last sunj
saer failed to do. .My stomach is be
having and I have had no headache
since the season ended."
Gilchrist to Lead
1913 Navy Elevm
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. Jan :t-K. P.
Gilchrist, of the -secend class. Is ftb
new'captaln of the Navy football e!ey
for 1913. being elected after Peter Md
declined re-election. Gilchrist is one T
the best ends in the Bast and has bean
named several times for All-American
Four in Finals.
PALM BEACH, Fla.. Jan. 34. Two
New York and two Chicago players re
mained today for the" finals In the New
Year golf tourney at the Palm "Beach
links. When play is resumed Saturday
It will be the East versus the West in
best matches. The contestants wilt be
A. K. Southerland and V. B. HobbelU
of New York, and A. A. Stagg and. K.
H. McElwee. of Chicago.
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