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RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1912.
PRICE FIVE CkM
Harvard Defeats Princeton?Virginia and Carolina Losf
IN HARD BATHE
Tarheels Lose to George?
town After Fighting
Every Inch of Way.
GAME IS TIED
FOR FIRST HALF
Each Eleven Scores Field Goal,
but White andBlue Team Weak?
ens in Closing Minutes and
Hill toppers Pile Up Scores.
Tiilett, Homewood, Moore
and White Star.
Held to a tie In the first half.
Georgetown began to show its tsghUag
strength in the period*, and de?
feated the University or Marth Garo
Una. iT to lu, ycet?rua>. in a tan -
which, brought furu. seers pi-aau el Uss
great colieee gaxne.
Countea a tue. tu? faxneeis
<iispia>v<i a Lgawu* ?".iit.. w.n.cu '*a*
a surprise to an. Cuuscivau?* p?i?ci-?
whw hat. ailaesaod games in natch
ths ivu oj/puceiiia nad uuaen part, pre?
dicted an . overwhelming Victory -o;
Georgetown, once uuiie Uis 'grand aM
oops was seal r??iitig ana luilciiiK
is UM misty nacagrwuiiaa. Una tuu?
aasl wniie pisyeu wetter man was ue
iievea pueaiwie UI LUetn. ir or U?e tUtl
thirty minutes of pt*y tney iuul Use
better of tae WeaaiusLoa chew, ana
beta them to a I to ? lie.
Trying a wmriwiua attach and hop
lag to wimer uis uiuiuu laiwuaa
oeurgeiowu sent W fills and Murray at
the line in the first momcuta, aiui car?
ried Ute oval a ail into lee "aowLaum
ers'" territory, but mere the Csroua
lens be*d ana the oaii was tauten an ay
Waneiy was called on to hick, ecu
Ueorgevown tumbiea. Husae recuvei
ing ute leather lor Carolina. Kigm
tnea Ute Carolinians took lue bu?i uy
ths horns, aiee-any tne bau was ad?
vanced to Ueorsetoe/ti ? forty -yaxa
line, where Sis v ane was summoned to
try a goal from placement. H* suc?
ceeded, and Ute first pti u a enneu, with
Carolina, leading vo Uie tune of * to
TlUett kicked for ths Blus and
'White, and Georgetown carried the bail
to Carolina's seven-ysrd line, wfierc
the forwards from Caxoitna braced
took, tue leather away from tfietr "U
\eraeries. Carolina wss forced to
kick, and a nasty fumble of an easy
try gave rlusae *ooiQ*r cnance to Sat
tiniruiah himself by recovering too
uati. The quarter ended with the
leather on Carolina's lorty-Sve-yaxa
line in their possession.
Variety of Attaah
Both teams snowed remarkable
variety of attack, and especially did
Carolina anvsU plays which had not
before been uncorked on a local grid?
iron this season Tbs score, while in?
dicative m a measure of the relative
strengths of the tso teams, was kept
eeneiderably lower from the George?
town end because of the abvious poor
condition of the Hilltoppers. Ths
vaunted speed ami "pep" of the Blue
sad Gray was sorely lacking. It was
very evident that the gruelling con
teat with the Indians a week ago had
left tu mark.
The absence of Rheinschild, at tackle,
created a weakness which gave
Stevens, of Carolina, a chance to spring
openings through which the Carolina
backneld made its only appreciable
gains. There never was say uuestion
as to tbs victor, but throughout the
neat half Carolina threw e considerable
scare t?te the Blue and Gray camp.
Both offensively snd defensively the
Tarheels displayed a veraastlity which
had aot been credited to CbacSi Martin
aad his men. When, after Just three
minutes of play. Stevens, an unknown
np to the preaeat time, sank his toe
into the leather and shot the pigskin
through the crossbars for ths first,
seere of the contest. Georgetown's
price began to drop.
The seers waa aot tied until the
second period, and towards the dose
of that. The bail s'gsagged from one
ead of the ehhtte the other, both teams
suffering from penalties. Georgetown
being the greater offender. With Coe
fello. Fury aad White carrying off
short gain* through Uis line, ths leath?
er was ahaliy worked to Carolina's
twenty-yard line, where Cornell*, In
his second attempt, successfully boot
? d Urs ova* ever the goal poets, making
the seere stand three alL
Shew Reed Cleee.
The true strength of Ute Blue and
the Gray was aot displayed until the
second half. Before the onslaeghta of
tee sturdy forwards from the Waah
?*UTtna University and the fteroe at?
tacks of the backe? id. Carolina's go- '
fense. which had withstood the strain
for thirty minute of lerce piny, he-!
gsn to crumble snd d **..>m t>e two
t.nal periods live touchdowns, with four
seels successfully hiohed hp C**?ello. I
sewagrht a gtertoue victory to the
Just two forward paean were weeh
ed success felly Carotine worked the
pass fee fifteen vsrjs. While Oeora-e
teera netted twelve an the same play,
?several ether Strempts were a unrated
Twer* Is a* simlis hat that Caro?
line's ehe *j lag eaaae as a hi set aar
aetee t* fseewaytewn. s^reffuewtly the
ThRllteaavses Started at a brreh pace fee
JSja espastagrjSSt. t* he stopped t?y
weRSMes er Impel eat attach f^ssesSJe
an Thfrf rag*-)
COSTELLO'S GREAT RUN
C?.r?e<o.r.'. ?.?rter b??* ?ettt?? ?Hf f., ? ??! ? i I Mk. f ?* ?f. the t??*?ow? ?dr ?y the Bl.e ?4 Gr.7 -?.ta.t Crdlu.
photo by Foster.
IN A. & M. VICTORY
Woodberry Forest Tries Hard,
but in Vain, to Stop Hus
| uing Aggies.
Wake Forest, N. C.. November ?,?I
Mercilessly hammering tbe line for
consistent gains, A * M to-day scored
two touchdowns on Wake Forest. The
Baptists, although they played fiercely
at all times, were unable to make the
required gains at opportuns moments.
This resulted In a no-score game for
The first touchdown eama In the first
quarter. A. * IL received the ball on
a poor kick, and plunged through the
line again and again. Wake Forest
was gams at all times. The ball went
to the shadow of the gold and black
goal post, and Jeffrey, half back for
A. dt M. carried the ball over.
In the second quarter Wake Forest
came back strong. The Gold and
Black carried the ball down tks field on
long end runs, with occasioned line
plunge m striking distance of the goal.
Riddlck tried for a drop-kick. A bad!
paaa ruined his accuracy and the ball,
went wild. A- A M then took the ball,
but lost It Immediately on a fumble.
Again the Baptists tried for a field
goal, but failed This waa their laati
In the third quarter the ball remain- j
(Continued on Third Page)
Pfil SHU GETS I
Philadelphia. November &?The Pslversttr
of Pennsylvania suffered her fourth streicht
defeat to-day when Pennsylvania State Cel?
le re won the annual football same between
the Institutions by the soars of 14 te ? ea
Franklin Fl? t Numerous fumbles of posts
w?re chiefly scsponsibie for Pennsylvania's
de'**:, although her seen Seid taskltagwaa
MEDICAL COLLEGE !
DEFEATS I. P. I.:
Techs Unable to Score on All
Star Team From
iSpeo'.a to The Times-r:s?atoto ]
Blaoksburg. Va, November 2.?The ?
Med.eel CsaMfsj of v.rgin.a defeated
V. P. L to-day. 19 ? ?. The visitors,
from .i >:.i presented ea all-star;
team. coit'Po^ed of ex- ? >g- nao cl -?'
plyeara Walker, of Minnesota, played j
the best game (or the Richmond t-a-r. i
Tte lech* scored a to <rhd?wn In tue
first quarter, which was no: al-owed by .
the officials, who wars completed fool
ed by toe play and oo?.d not ke> p
track of the i;oe-up.
The visitors made a field goal in
tbe seend half as a result of aa in?
tercepted forward pass. A teurhiown
came late :n tbe secant r. ?lf. ?in- to s
missed signal by a T-er.s #a>et.tit?.
who allowed the oa-1 to roll to the
TecLs" goal, a distance of tr.lrtr yard*.,
where a Medico feii on !t The Techs
wer? In stnktng dlatar.oe of trw Neds'
goal lias four or fiv., ttnv?. h-nt wer
u nable te cross the visitors line. *>h?
braced whenever ihelr gosl lire was
in danger lx'gga and Hag*i?s. for th?
Terhs. made several long runs ar.d
ears played a g-ed game V. P t
will bare to Improve vastly W beat -
W a L. nest Saturday Tbe llae-up
was sa follows
M C Position P. L
Klider.right half.Vaster ',
Hardy. roll Lack . l-esrre
Sebeaefc.aaarter t^eck.Hades >n
Poster.|?ft end. .Taylor
Crofer.eaatre . Keane
Roblee riebt a"srd . . ie?f-hvre ?
Medreaeth right tarsia.Kbotts
*rn#>?4 r?sM end Msfsww
T S?p(Te. Ware Jteferee ?r <ep?r.-j
AFTER QUARTER OF CENTURY
HARVARD DEFEATS PRINCETON
Crimson, Aided by Brickley's Toe and Line Smashing, Smothers
j Tigers 16 to 6?Doughty Halfback Injured in Last
I Few Minutes of Play.
SPIDERS PUT IIP
Hampdcn-Sidney Wins, but Only
After Fiercest Kind
PBpectai to The Tlmee-Pispatoh. ]
Hampden-Sidney. Va., November 2.?
i la a hard fought game to-day. Hamp
den-Sldney defeated Richnnond College
by the aoore of it to 0.
Hampden-Sidney took the lead in the
first Quarter, when, after the ball had
seesawed up and down the field. Saun,
ders ran a punt back twenty-five yarda.
putting the bail on Richmond College's
thirty-yard line: Psndiaton and Driver,
on end run, advanced the ball to the
three-yard line, where Carter took it
over. Ham pden-Sidney failed at goaX
Hampden-Sidney, in the beginning of
the second quarter, carried the bail to
Richmond i^ollege's forty-yard line,
where she was forced to punt. Rioh
I nood College then took a brace, and
at the end of the first half the bail
was on Harnpden-tvdneya thirty-yard
line in Richmond College's poeeraeion. ,
In tbe third quarter Haropden-Sidney j
made its second score, when, with the 1
ball on the thirty-yard l!n?. Jones, on
a forward pas v. carried the ball over 1
the line. On trying to place u squarely j
between the goal, the bail was fum?
bled, but was recovered by McClung. \
HcClung kicked goal Harnpden-Sid
ney. U. Richmond College, 0 In the
fourth quarter Kerger made substan?
tial galas through the line, hnt never!
was Richmond College in striking- dls- !
tance of the goal. |
Richmond College put up a rood I
defensive game, bat was weak V>n '
offense. Berger. the staunch full bark
for Richmond, was the star for the1
visitors, many times breaking com?
pletely through Hampdei-Sldney's line. !
Perkins and Ritey also played well, i
Perkins used mueh Judgment through- 1
out the game, and hammered Ha.-np
den-ftidsey's line for practically the
only gains. In the line Richmond Col?
lege played well, snd It was around
her ends that lfampden->idre> -nad?>
mist of the Saunters, for
Tl.?mpdrr-S!dne*-, play?<? a star ?am?
at -tuarter He. t<>". fh"w?i1 rrent !
ksSgmsSJI n runr'ng hi* lesms, ?i<d <t
bbss Prtssjf and Pen-tletor along with ;
th!? v.-ter^n qrti-ter ha-".- rhat mado
noet nf the yams for ?!?>- r-'? r
nay Ebel and Jones both saajsd] es-1
"eiient hall .-n field, fh-owinr. ti.-<-j
-nm f<rr l?rse? pra^'ee!:-.- ,?#rv r-in '
Hampd-r--" i)n'5 '? l'n< .-.lib" rcb. it dij
iCo-ti-.uxt <^n .'"?'?;?! r??> ?
WIR ONCE MORE
William and Mary Battles
Gamely, but Unable tc Stop
ststsa wee rma P'Mlam and wary la oat.
of the hard' *'-?->??ie? ?H a??e? ? e??r n-?a *>a
Cs-y Se:<1 t-- v ., i.te \?\ ? I
SPJ la pwltlas esT that IsS| >'A vei
are* iv saw.e was- b? bp ? itir it
W-'rht was ?r?er|a Han.. Hepttlas stic
? ???efen starre* '?r Rand". tvi, ? hii
J ? rt?h' W V ? * I . > Wrlgkt play?
ed a stei'ar swan- f?- the <-a*a> srtf mark
Tfc? l*ne-?s> mm
Hmrfi-ipr ? r-e IlepktnS .'?.sae,. i '.ea?
ten -is?? k? '. Sb^sTr left ka.r. Nan-.'
smrtsrheih. >'a?*bea. left ?ad? Twre-T. tefi
mrhtn t'spiey. left Saara. Wae>k?t. r?n'f?
*e<?Vr. i!skt sesrd. Wrey rtgst tsrfcie. ,
p , ,rr . ? 4
Sfi I ht r-Sniai. Ileefearrf. '?it.
?wk ? f 'tgki half K. Wrtshi. .-ft
h? Tr MnhWre ?uart.no. n Ktegae
ea. tort ewd. w waesaif. left <?<?* . easi?
er*. >f e.arS thsei. ?ewtre. ?Wtra.' :,ght
a< e-4 *V-<n rajV tSek e. PTIlera. '. ?? .?4
Pe*#eee ? ?- ? : e? - rS*1 - *? ifWS4-e S> .
> ? -t -r- v p i : Tiiweea. Celts asd rv^?.'
. na?. V? ?-%a
Cambridge, Mus., November 2.?The
kicking auu bn? plunging of Charles
kl. Br.LKi.-i. bucked by well-drilled
Crimson teammates, regained to-aay
in the stadium Harvards tootball su?
premacy over Princeton after a lapse
of a quarter of a otntuxy. The score
was Harvard, 16; rrinceton, S. Bnckley
kickod two add goals and a n>al from
j placement of forty-seven yards and
battered the Princeton lius tor longer
gains titan were mads by any other
piayer on either team. In addition he
intercepted two Princeton forward
passes and hammered his way to with?
in striking distance of the Tiger goal,
where Hardwisk had the honor of
j carrying the ball over for the Crimson's
only touchdown. Hard wick kicked the
In the play which resulted in Har?
vard's touchdown, made In the last
few minutes of play, Biiokisy was car?
ried helpless from the field and may
not resume play before the gsnns sritn
Yale three weeks hence.
The Princeton score wee the result
of Harvard's Inability to fathom two
beautifully executed forward passes,
which covered a total distance of fifty
three yards and resulted in n touch?
down by Walter. The Tiger touch?
down came tn the second period, and j
up to that time Princeton had had a
trifle the better of the contest, tn the
remaining periods the Tigers were;
never in Harvard's territory and played j
entirely on the defensive.
The game was the first contest he- j
tween so-called major teams ander the]
newly revised rules. Both elevens
showed s variety of offense, altftough
Harvard was not forced to uncover as j
many spectaonlar play* as Princeton.
K letting Psjst.
The first period was a kicking duel
between Peiton, of Harvard, and l>e:
Witt, ot Princeton. The honors were
decidedly in favor of Peiton. it was ?
not until tr.e second period that either
team Oegan to sh'?w versatility in at- ;
rack. It was here that Brickie > (Har-j
vard i. stepping hack to toe Ofteen
yard line, sieged his first field goal :
and scored the first points of the game.i
A few minutes later the Princeton '
clT?-n??- was hr.' isrht iti'o action and
the tw-j for* :ird na**?.? w?re aegnstaahSt
tn ?he asr(.n!??iment of Ce Harvard.
sts,:'1s an<1 te the S/fH "T.fh^sTasTn of
the Pruwemn ? npT?rr*ers Or the e?c
cnC par* ? h.->i AiK*r.?? hurl.-d in*,
ball twei.ty yar'i* t" Walter, the let-;
t?r f-1; dc'- n ' ii -vtremptint to
-each the gn*i line f?e was *??> far
aws> from ft-- :tr.r <*r s -rlTimage mat ?
? ?nly one ?fs? nr-i idayer. !f?rnr?r '?
eras anywh< ?* near bin-, and ?n? rytni- '
.jvsr?-.. ?-. ", -v..* ;naM' t<. mak*
i'?e tS'klc the kf-V-ont f?r ?'
attempt a' v?i RhsrvaM blocke* tn
? 1 l*r??:.-. r< n ^.i- prevented f^o..i;
ft -?r in .idr*T' onal point.
Th' thlrrt i.~l U*a eca e.y be
c i hsese* " i ?????? ihH !???? *? ?T
bp Sibirier ;??!<! s<ii .-on-. th? nTi,-en
t;n?. .if:?i * 'i. rr i-.-?-;,,:: 1tr>? ha?t
r>Tr>\...l j-l.TT--- T .Tn I li*r?'Sid?<
' "She-* .*. r. v Mn-i-.? tatet Gard?
ner, the iisr.ard ...in r r?eeh maoe
? fitr c.icii -f ? Crin.eton punt, i
?tar-dl.? - n tfif Tigers f'>rt<--seveii
*' . f e ? ? -ar/Ie ef ml"
mda-t M tie feels
V ~e. || ..<i.r<l mm. the In->
?*"oatinue,t er. Third Pagr.) j
"' arver n\-n v?- ,nn>r I - Seeelies a
teerk sad gee* in the !a?t few m:?et** ?t
rep. sTVkteae t?-e?- ?t? ??*es m. Cslrer
*tt? *r *e-.?T% fss?:? 'e??ne.; e.--n :
? me fnvC'vee seer* -??? Sret rowws? *n
* M*.? ?k* ie* esjlverswiea keve ever seru
WHITE AND BLUE
HAVE EASY TIME
Washington and Lee Literally
Swamp Davidson College,
Scoring at Will.
[Special to Tile Tirn,es-Dispatch.)
Lexington. Va., November -.?In the
I fmaJ game of the season on Wilson
I Field, Washington and Lee this after?
noon defeated Davidson College by the
soore of &< to 0. From a spectator's
point of view, the game was intensely
I Interesting. Time after time the White
j and Bine literally ran over_ the North
Carolina lads, and rarely were more
than four plays necessary for a touch?
In sptte of the fact that five of the
regular varsity men. including Captain
Millar, ware out of the game, the
White and Blue proved itself a perfect
fighting machine. <
At every stage the line was impreg?
nable, although It was composed en?
tirely of second team men after the
Tbe backfleld proved irresistible.
Time and again Buehring smashed the
North Carolina line, never fnlllnp to
Carver, who was substituted for him
during the first quarter, proved as
effective. He never failed to gain, but
repeatedly crashed through the David?
son line, shattering opposition and
gaining at every turn. Raferty. at
qaarter back, also played a great
arame. H? handled the team perfectly
at all times, while his two forty-yard
runs In the face of all the opposition
Itovldson conld offer, were hrlUtant.
Not once was the Washington and
lire goal In danger, whll? Davidson *
was crossed almost at will The *<s)r-.
;ng started a/tei one nil nut- of p?.t>.
when Boebrtng srot a forvaM pass
fe..m Miles and put 'he pigskin acr">
the r>*vM?on jrcal lie turned the tri'k
twice more, and Oarver oner gsjSsss. the
period ended. In the third <juart> r
Carver rnade another t,uchd>? n after
j- heautlf-il broke:-; fl. Td run of thirty
The second half, even after the |.jh
w.i- <-omposed xlm<r?t wholly of sul>
?trt:ir.-.s proved jlnn?t at f|ty FL.f^r
t?. f.ir ?r ar.d Ror- erif-h put .-i.e ..v.
??"ontlnued <>f: Tnird i'.:?:- ?
V. M la Playing Out of Fo<tm.
Manages to Win in Las'
fSp-ri?i to I*' T m. ??:??: . ' j
1m~x'-m K Si
hsrd f ?u?r"..t' game \ fj |
behind Is th> quart'-,
fcmfitcky J to * Kjefr !n the -"''we'
K< ottif-h; aci?-ed a ??f< !? ??? i Mr I
?r i h<-ld With ?'irpir;,fns *\ M
gained ten yards t? Kentuck) s
or,- all through, hut f-;-'it' -- ?p-.led
th?(r efforts. ?!? ?w ????. ???
? oarter V w ?. ??n ? ?erle? ?' ?;:?*?*.
ewrrled tlic halt to Kcurri ? In rtr
ft v?-yard line. Wher. ?* \l?--r
ktr-hed a perfect e->ral V M I .itn<
back with a rash, the gajne ?nd' >g
W:fh the hall <??> Kenlu.--' ? - ?? ?'i
line, fieri- prevent:n?: s o?.t.,. t?ue?.
da a ii for the ?"wdela Kti rmti ? ?ade
ma*) hrW'ant rune '"?pfa.-- 'I". r. .
lea h . Sain Toiel' and r??rj,?or,
Starred Bede? WS? Krat fo- K'ltil'Vi
V M r slsyed Oat of form ?hei- at
tsch helns mar-ed h-. fhssbass the
( -eatinwed aa Third Fas* > i
Wins Out Over Mrs. W. S. Sul?
livan in Woman's Golf Tour?
The women's golf tournament at
the Hermitage Golf Club closed yester?
day when Miss Posie Meredith won In
the finals of the championship class In
a close and exciting match with Mrs.
*T. S. Sullivan.
At the fourth hole Mrs. Sullivan was
leading by two holes. However, Miss
Meredith played a strong uphill game
and managed to square the game on
the eighth, and by perfect play won
the ninth Hole* and the match, making
a total score of S3.
Miss Meredith becomes the new
champion golfee of the club.
In the second division Mrs. Gsrret
B. Wall and Miss K. C. Kicks were
the finalllsts. In the play off Mrs.
Wall won 3 up.
The match In championship division
between Miss Daisy Winston and Mrs.
W. 8. Sullivan was remarbakle in run?
ning five extra holes without result,
darkness preventing further play. On
the play off next day Mrs. Sullivan
won the match.
The s> hedul-' of tournaments for No?
vember Includes a mixed tournament,
for men and women, on Tuesday. No?
vember 12. and a Thanksgiving tour?
nament for men.
CHICAGO IS 001
OF CHAMP CLASS
1 Mfc.1i?nn Wls. November ;-The Cntver
' Fi?: wf i'hi' ago foorbai; t-sm wss ellmt
I nnreg 'rom .-onstrlers'los tn the Western
I s*1?egi*fe conference rhemptcnsblp race by
' th- I'nlverstty of Wt?.-on?in? speed and
p. r.erfu: eleven to-day. the score being,
i Wisconsin. 3*. ?"':! ??>>. 1
l Th- same was mir ?' til-- most spectacular
; ev?r piavrd h?r> It was l's Inability to
I gees by strsiSht fmthat: ''?at cost fhicago
th- heavies- ;oo-?< Thr- ?? nur? the visitors,
w. re slopped inside Wisconsin's flve-yaid
l :in?-. T"ie ?am- ?s? mush t> s degree. andJ
p. t a*??. * v. . r. r imer'.us. '
OAK lEVEl WINS
OIG MATCH MEET1
Five High Schools Participate %
Track Events at
r. ? . ? r'. : - - The
? r *r.,-? *? tri'' rr.?et of the B-r..je.s
r-. see >r d m ?!>? aasaag
i .. ? ?? r-outh H>s:-.n r-.<!*T Five'
? ?r# r- ,.r? sOtr 1?van Level.
> . 1 .ee: -n. Tsrbetiiic. Scwtteoairg aud )
< %4S?se ?
+ : >: ? stao's sees .Il?ide4 .0:0 t?.-ee I
less mi ? p .t.ied sd suss ??,
? . j < *r? ? .?? >s? u, e*<
i ml ?' s . - ? u Class A
? r, t-T -hlrtr-s y-ara.
... aeeeeas :im-. srvessi ? .??ts
oft. eut is- .e-ewiag testest?
c- :k piece: rnanmg breed leans* Class C,
? <? ?w- S.starste
? ? ? . aghsa bi i?a?. ens re
T> it!'* II? ', f IT? .1. ?. ?I IS! as. e ser?
es fee* elev.n and "?-'?? ' tn-nee. I an
h.?i. .irrt? w -u hv 'tens d Header
. : ? ?* bsejat ? ..r ieei ?igt.?
Inches: iV-vstd ?.sab. *.h ?> O%or Ter
r?r Tv<-~ -w ; *r ? easw, a II? he
OS coe-.s sansses* aas
Hi dsae, mt seetteVera. time tsurceee s?c
" es AI' th. twee risd 1? be ten nn aa
eve; track. n ??? rath.- sard on the
nire? ?S;, Is ^ n th. ?>vTar* tastes
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Blue Surprises Tel
see's Crack Eleven.
Commodores Forced to
Exertion to Win?WaJkovsr
Prediction Thrown to Dis?
card by Fighting Attack
of Old Dominion's
Nashville. Tenn.. November
scores were settled and the I
past defeats wiped away this
when Vanderbllt'a fast el ever
the University of Virginia In a
contested batUe by a score Of IS
The game waa played before
Vartderbllt's defeat over the
and Blue was a decisive aas.
standing the small score. Vli
threatened to score in the first
when Virginia rushed the ball
Commodores' tan-yard Una, where
were unable to advance further
tried a drop hick. Cook being
stituted for Smith for this
The ball went wide, being
After an exchange of pants
! fifteen-yard penalty f>r Va
Virginia again had the ball on
derbilt's sen-yard Une In this quarter,
but Cook again failed at a drop kick.
This was the last ciuu.ce the vtaite_
had to score, and they were on tha
defensive during the greater part
Scares First Tewehdswa.
Vanderbilt scored her first
down after consecutive dashes by
tain Hardage through Virginia's
tackle for thirty-five and twenty-els*
yards had put the bail on Vir|
twelve-yard line The bail wsjjSj
rushed through the Une at this June-*
tare without delay, ?ikes making thwj
touchdown on a split play tkryasmi
centre for nine yards. Hair dags fsiledj'S
i at the goal. th? angle being a difficult'
The second touchdown on the part of
I Vanderbilt was in the third pert 3d. sjl
1 forward pass. Hardage to & Brown,
dor thirty yards turning the
Hardage kicked the goal. '
Duriug the game Vanderbilt
the ball four times as far as the Vir?
ginians, making fourteen first da was
to four far their opponents. Virginia
made the two first downs In men at
th- first quarters, but never mads thstr
distance after the firm half. Ia the
use it the forward pass Vanderbilt
showed much superiority, succeeding
three times oat of eight, while Vir?
ginia missed her only two
one of them being thrown out of I
Vanderbilt made several costly fssa
bles. one yf taem coming after a ess*
satlonal ran of forty-eight yards ST j
Hardage. taking the bail ta Vhsmfia'a
seventeen-yard Una. Vanderbilt ahm.
received the wont of
having been penalised its
fifty for their
eke we Pa
Po>r field generalship sat the
of wuarter Back CurUa as
for the fact that Vanderbilt SfS
score at least oao
In the third quarter a forward
iiardage ta E. Bros
.-.grit yards and put the
gunes two-yard Una.
reeled three tries at Use lias,
ling me, and the ball waa lagt,
one foot of a tojcndoan. fe
fourth quarter E Brown, of Vg
but, aga.n caught a terwsit
ran lorty-bve yards for a
only ta ba*e ti.o ptajr called
cause it was claimed that a Vg
nuu blocked a Virginia
on Vand -roilt's three SWOOSSJ
ward paases laey gained US
Captain ?*iii *s- played I ho
game of ma caicur fee Vi
^eattdiy making iong
Vugmia's gsapaSm and aroag
Hia two svnsat.onai runs la
period saewd me way for V<
first loucbaown. lie msda I
runs ot iro... twenty-elgat
rive jerds. Captain looo
ginia from tor.ok scored apoa
with a beauutal ta<-kle
Vandeibnt. was forced to
gams early m tbe sec?ad q?
11.4 r-i'iacea ??y ar.ra.
badly injured in the last
?sag IbrmsJ so retire
l>ft sZnd Hs-ris r>e1ng badly
up. For vt aSaga Captsm
seairtkeally ia? oaly stem
gain g-e.ot and ais ruur.lt
; .a- ? tt : '? ? p r.l for
paOOe.l the bill 1 >w re
i.a>: J- . 1 .1 al?u
in line piung^kg. at
Wtatfllh. ra Iba line
ts^-tors Hvtk of v ir|
unssual wvrk, tsret
devote ns-'St of Its til
tax k res taps Ui
well sad aas a sir sag
did Mr star smth
ors fca the
?hr ash tlrgiaia a
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asarrer. bwtmt tee
the last ?nsSance
gam was an* for