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In the Wake of the Game
By GUS Mftl.BKRT_
Two" of the great struggle* of the
,JdTr?on. so far^a. the South to con
cerned. will be decided t?-d?. S**Z
Una and Georgetown mix It at Broau
"treet Park after a cessation of ho???;
ltie* for ?everal years. Down In far
away Na.hvllle the wearers ^of the
Oranre and Maroon will ?ridge an even
Sr Upie by tackling Vanderbllt.
6S regarded as the meat W?lt.kl*
football^aggregation below the Mason
and Dtxon line. Both contests, from
a purelv local standpoint, outshine any
other battle on the continent, not ex?
cepting the Princeton-Harvard setto.
Broad Street Park ahould. and prob?
ably will. b? crowded this afternoon.
Th* noticeable ab.ence of Wg games
ha? S the aPP?t|tes of the fol?
lowers of the garne This willIki th.
first contest staged here In which ele%
Jna outside the college class.hare par?
ticipated. Only promises of the most
fUttTring .ort by the alumni of both
Institution* brought the JBgmj^
Naturally, if It draw* well It will he
ZTannual event If It 1* a frost, then
ft will be played In *om* other city,
And there I* everything to draw
a bis; crowd. Georgetown ? ?nown to
have a strong team, and Carolina,
though probably not so strong on pa?
per, always makes It Interesting for
th* opponent. Never la a Carolina
team o^txiassed Beaten frequently,
th* Tarheel* have a knack of leaving
the other fellow counting hi* wounds
aft*r the engagement.
Next to the local wj' interest drifts
to the Vanderbllt-Virginla contest.
What will the Orange and Blue do:
bow often will the Commj^ores cross
Virginias goal Ha*, and J^ri*
be able to .core it i*H? *t I* hinted
that ?pon the showing made in this
amm* will depend the future of alumni
coaching at Charlntterrille
It fa understood that the George?
town team will make Its headquarters
ta th* Blues' Armory during the stay
para to-day. retnrnlnr to Washington
Immediately after the game.
The Blues have arranged a game
with Randolph-Macon ??r ?gsttirday.
Of the State eleven*. Richmond Col?
lege plays Hamtsdrn-Sidney, at Hamp
den-Sidr.ey: Rardolnh-Macon play*
"William and Mary, at Willlamr-b
Washington and f>e play* Davidson,
?t LsMtlngton: V. M. 1. plays K-nMoky
falversltv. at I^rvlngton. .ind V. P. I.
f* Idle The winner* from the advance
dop? should be fTamnden-Sidnev. Ran
dnlah-Macon. V. *f. T-. and Washington
and Dee. That's the way It reads.
Tal? has ixmpsjied th* game arhed
aled for to-day with Colgate out of re
apect to Tod Terk. who died fallowing
an Injury received early In the season
famuli aad otker Complications
Wffl kl* pssstng and th* loss to
Tale of on* of the best men ever fight?
ing tor the Bulldog.
At the same time West Point and
Navy elevens will be idle out of re
1 spect to VIce-President Sherman.
Nearly a quarter of a century has
passed since Harvard beat Tale at
football. There are hopes this year,
but tradition is a strong force, and
Harvard will not only have to beat
Princeton's football eleven, but the
growing belief caused by a series of
defeats that Princeton was unbeatable
so far as the Crimson is concerned.
Northwestern University has put the
ban on co-ed rooters. Too little foot?
ball and too much fudge is the rea?
son assigned when toe girls are on
hand. The fair ones Interfere with tbe
rooting, it is said. Who cares about
a football game any way when thelr'a
a blonde to be wooed and won?
Our aome time friend. Dr. Frank R.
Carson, is out of baseball. Carson is
the man who caused considerable
trouble In tbe Virginia League last
year. Hia twelve-club Central League
Is split in twain; he la no longer presi?
dent of either part, and alx of tbe
clubs have organised as the Interstate
League. Louis Hellbroner. editor of
the baseball bins book, is president
of the Central, with C. A- Dawson at
the head of the Interstate.
Roger Bresnahan. now that be has
his unconditional release from Man?
ageress Britton. may take hold of the
Brooklyn Club. Ebbetts has made him
a proposition. but the papers are not
I McGuire's University School yester
|d?y afternoon at Broad Street park
;'n a thirty-sis minute Marathon rolled
up a jcrt of 54 to 0 against Richmond
! Academy in the th*rd game for the
) prep ch.tmplonskfp. This is the largest
score re^ord^d since the organization
of the league, and came as a complete
surprise to th? wearers of the orange
' M'GHr-'s played their opponents otT
: their feet from the very start. Re?
ceiving the kick, they rushed the ball
u;> th. field, an! In three plays Pas
'chaii had crossed the goal line. One
minute Ister roc bill dupllcsted tha
feat, ani before the first five mtnates
bad nasaed tweatv notnts bad basal
Line plays d rinp tbs first half of
the game failed to gain tbe necessary
ground, and fake plays. Interspersed
with sweeping end runs weie resorted
Benjamin Franklin said?"A penny saved i? two-pence
?isWd"?and yet ion people continue to pav 25 to 45
cent* for other*, when 20 cents per pound w iil.huv
the pnwst, most nhaksunn and hnt linking Powder
*** g? be mao> nt nay ennt.
Another Georgetown Star
to. Beautiful Interference helped the
runners wonderfully, and only by the
remarkably clever work of little Roden,
the Academy centre, was ths score
kept below the century merk. The
little fellow was all over tha field,
and made some brilliant tackles, which
prevented almost certain scores.
In the second half Academy took a
brace, and held McGulre's In ths middle
0 fthe field for the entire third period.
In the fourth quarter they played out,
and two more touchdowns were made.
Never darin* the entire game did they
have the least chance to score.
Psschsll carried off the laurels for
the lay. Three touchdowns and as
many goals were made 7>y him His
broker.fleld running had the crowd on
1 edge throughout the game. Northen,
at ousrter. slsn loomed to the front
His management of the team was ex?
cellent, while his interference was a
; feature of the game. Wilson, at end.
Iplayed brilliantly, and by heady work
tcok the ball over the goal twice aa
?? forward passes.
The game was played In a light rain.
Neither team uncorked any trick plays,
owing to the dttVculty in handling the
wet, soggy ball. Forward passes were
worked frequently with success. Acad?
emy pulled off some well executed ones
for short gains. XcGulre's. on the
! other band, double passing behind the
line of scrimmage, fooled the seeon
darv defense, and by shooting the oval
across the line made ions gains, twice
scoring touchdowns. The grounds
were In a terrible condition. Water
stood In oools while the mud msde
the going bard. Kevertheless, some
speedy work was secomplished by the
MeOuirs's Is now second In the
championship race, having won one
! game and lost one. High School, by
defeating both McOnlre's and Academy.
i now baa a clean slate. Academy oc?
cupies the e?llar.
The line-up: , _
MrOulre'a Position. Academy
Wilson. Urft sad .Mtko"*
Briggs...... HU tackle .- Davis
I Leach. left gnmrd .Parrlsh
Montague .... centra.
i Milton. right guard .
Freeman. ... right tackle.Carter
nwlnefsrd . . right end .asWar
PS dWtaT ""^i'JT
T. Cogbili.. raft be If back . . -Meabt
FascbslL.. right half hoc* ....Wlefcar
Hammond .. . raHbar? .Owens
i Surnowr?OWcia!*, Trier, fntversltv
roiiege ?f Medlclno. Referee. Morton,
fabvn Theological Seminary fmpire.
rowardln Linesman. Stevens gnbstl
tutes Academy. R?btnson. MrOalres.
Football Games To-Day
Georgetown vs. University of North
Carolina, at Richmond.
Vanderbllt vs. Virginia, at Nash?
Handolph-Maoon vs. WrlBam send
Mary, at sVllliamsburg. ? ?
Richmond College va Hampden-Sld
aay. at Hampden-Sldney.
Princeton va. Harvard, at Cambridge.
Tale va Colgate, at New Haven.
Penn vs. Pennsylvania State, at Phil?
Cornell va Williame, at Ithaca.
Carlisle Indians vs. Lehlgb, at South
Holy Cross at Wast Point.
Western Reserve at Annapolis
Brown vs. Vermont, at Providence
Dartmouth vs. Amherst, at Hanover.
Syracuse vs. Rochester, at Syracuse.
Lafayette va Buckneli. at Easton.
Pittsburgh va Notre Dam*, at Pltts
I L'rsinu* vs. Swarthmore. at College
Washington sad Jefferson vs. Ma?
rietta, at Washington. Pa
Haverford va St. John's, at Haver-1
i Wesloyan va Union, at Mlddietown.
I Tuft** vs. Massachusetts Aggie*, at
Bowdoln v?. Bat**, at Brunswick. j
Springfield T. S. vs. Mlddlebury. at
Gettysburg vs. Mublenberg. at Allen
Franklin and Marshall va Dickin?
son, at Lancaster.
Rutgers va Hamilton, at Now
Rhode Island State vs. Now Hamp?
shire State, at Kingston.
Maine va Colby, at WatervtUe,
Delaware vs. Catholic University, at,
Penn'Freshmen va. Exeter, at Exer
Yale Freshmen vs. Andover. at New
Harvard Freshmen va Princeton
Freshmen, at Cambridge. I
Dartmouth Freshmen va Cn*hlng. at
As Ilhorn ham.
Virginia M. I. va Kentuoky. at Lex?
A. de M. of North Carolina va Wak*
Forest, at Raleigh.
Washington and La* va Davits an. at
Johns Hopkins vs. Stevens, st Balti?
West Virginia va Allegheny, at Mor
Gallaudet va Washington College, st
Althams va Tulaae, at N*w Orleans.
Georgia Teck va Auburn, at At?
Georgia va Sewsnee. st Athens
Mississippi va Southwestern Presby
j Tenneaee v*. Central of Kentucky, at
I Chattanooga va Maryvltt*. at Chat
I Ix>utslana v*. Mississippi A. A M. at
Chicago va Wisconsin, at Madl*sa.
Minnesota va nilasai, at Mia
Nebraska vs. 1?**H. at
Indiaaa va Eariaam. st
Marouette v*. Loyola, at Chicago.
Washington vs. Drake, at St Louis.
Iowa va. Purdue, at Iowa City.
Oeigkton va. St Louts, at Ks saw*
D* Pssrw va Miami at Oreescastla
BuUer va Transylvania, at Lsxtag
Haasrsr va Maar era, at Haaswer.!
Beiott at Lak* ablast
Rose TFafy va Wsbaea, at Crsw
Michigan Aggies va Ohls WeaWyan.
Hsskell Indian* va. Dearer, at Den?
Ohio State va Case. *t fTlevelaad.
Wooater at OhsrMm.
Okd* PMvarstty vs. Bashisa at
The Palace team won two out of
three fames from The Time*-Dispatch
team last nicht in the Palace Duckpln
League. Corler. of the Palace team,
rolled kick score and also high total.
Scores last night:
e H. Cosby
112 ?7 IS 29*
s? 7S 1S1 3*4
?TOWII .IM gl 100 282
P. Lohman . SS 7? 100 264
?Unly . 74 TC 94 24?
Total? . 457 411 480 1.358
Player* 1 2 t Totais.
Dawaon . 103 104 S3 28?
J? C Millar. S7 100 88 275
Carlton . 94 84 8S 266
Slaughter. 74 91 85 250,
Cheek . 94 79 SI 254 f
Totale . 4SI 458 425 1.334
Scorer. Aakew. Pin Judge. "Dutch."
Foul line judges. Hulcber and Smith.!
Team? Won. Lost. P. C
Aleoa .S ? 1.000
Virginians .2 l .s?7
Palace.t 1 .6*7
News Loader .1 2 .333
Times-Dispatch .1 2 .333
Journals .? 3 .ovo
The standing of teams and averages
of each player will be published in
Tugging at Leash and Anxious
to Lead Huntsmen This
The Deep Run Hounds of the Coun?
try Club of Virginia will load aa en
siasttc field for the first boat of the
season this afternoon. The riders will
gather at the kennels at 2:30 o'clock,
and the chase will bo over one of the
moat attractive courses of the club.
The large pack of America*
baa been greatly augmented
off season and the dogs are la
lent condition to furnish
Several of tbe most ardent
of the hounds will bo aaaa
mounts. Since interest la
the weather propitious a 1
ber of riders is expected to
in the first hunt of the sss
First Time in Sixteen Yeas
Princeton Has Pint nil
Cambridge. Mass.. K<
Princeton and Harvard will
strength, agility and f<
ledge in tbe stadium here
The contest will fee the
of the year on east era
tbe first visit of the
to Harvard in elxteea
Crimson could wl
to-night wss ten to nine ia
such a contingency, the
mark the first Harvard
the Tigers In s quarter of a
The two universities
hall relations last year, as*
won on Osborne field by
9 to a The score Igtssa
was 12 to 0. sad th* aasas
on the ssme plot of land
the scene of to-merrow's
Mght Fresh bom ?Bs $
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Coats that will hold their shape. The shoulders will not sag, fj|
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100 Styles in Overcoats,
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