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FCUIB MEMBERS TO ~
Box Seats for Auto Races Will
Be Disposed of Mon?
f- The Richmond Automobile Club wllli
hold a meeting at the headquarters Ini
the Jrfftrson Motel on Monday night J
at g o'clock, at wh!<-h time box ee.tt? i
for the auto raoe? to l>e hehi at the,
Fair Grounds iti November 23 and 3);
win be offered the m.-rriberi at re?
duced pricte, and other matter* per?
taining to the forthcoming races will'
be disposed of. I
The box s.-ats will be the only seat* ?
reserved and the entire amphitheatre I
will be thrown open to the public for'
the one admission price !
Besides Um professional drivers!
her-tfforc im nticried as coming to'
Richmond, amorir whom are Ralph \
Mulford Fred Wishaxt and Erwin
sang loll. th<-re will be a special ex-1
hibitlnn <it v. agaanst time by I^ouis i
Dish row, with his Simplex car. !
Cultc a number of the local auto- I
ists have . ? tared In the non-prr>fes-1
SiWSH1 events, and thee* will furnish
much Interest to local Npeotators, I
while a!! will be Interested in thel
goefealonal events. Arrangements)
are he!r.p made for special trains to I
be run into the city on the days of j
the auto rac-s, and it is expected that !
many thousands of people will be at- I
tracted to Richmond by this first race I
It ',r rare thnt the firs! race meet is,
attestded by drivers of such reputa
tior.? International rf ;>utation. at that I
?as will prac- the Virginia State j
Fair Grounds rac* course with their I
racing machines on the last Friday!
and Saturday in this month. These)
events will be wl.iel* advertised and i
everything :s bving done tt> make!
lUrhmond s first meet a success. It
will have the sanction of the American;
Automobile Association and will be
ran Sil dor the rules and regulations of'
thai association, j
Fred lVtsnT. onVrlal starter In
many of the most prominent races
held in this country, will be here to
?tart the events.
Featuring the cars that will be
brought hare will be "Jlmmie" and
'?Jlmmle Jr.." two of the fastest cars
from the Kline stable of racers, which
?saj-s will hereafter be manufactured
in this oitv. I
BUSKIN WINS FEATURE
EVENT AT JAMESTOWN I
Pankhurs\ the Jrkvorite, Never in Rs.ce?Guy
b isncr beats Lively Fieiu in Free-i r-All
hahdiC^p?Victory of Heretic la sur?
prise tf Jay.
[Special to The Tim?s-Dispatca.J
JCorloik, Vl. November 16.?ti-skin,
irosi t-e siarjies ci Joan \\ flaien. won
tne Fairfax wotei iio.aJii.ap Xor iwo
year-old*. lie :eak-re rate at the
Jearieslowa Jockey dub track this af?
ternoon- Paintr.jrst. tar tavorite. was
never la tac raab uaa riiS MaJcatVi wno
was a.so i^actit-vi Eea-.y, <iia not bm*
a re spec tar. ie iMwilK
Ouj Fisoer beat a ilv*ly Said of
hign-c-ass sprinters in t^e Iree-tor-ail
handicap. L?otaiei. the favorite, aid
not fjet In tee money, whue Carit^n G.
forsaacn ."?>? r.ae ta-er.t, naieStd a cobc
second iL", areas! have won in a :ew
iponn, one of Guy Bedweii'e. woa
the six-furlong evrct for t:-ree-year
tj.de and up. ri?a p?=rf-.rmance was so
pleasing to cam I?u:s that ne bid him
up to >1^M aiter the race, bat the
owner st-ck and tne horse still be?
longs to tue Bedwell atring
B.acktora. an ouda-on fa.urlte, won
the srter.th and naai raoe w tne day.
Taere was a string p ay on Gat?s lur
the . -~ > anu a how, out nc waa braten
out for both by Taboo anJ Mid ci.l
The i&at ?stflsed horse &bo?ed deviate
Speed in the last quarter anl flnkjnsB
with a rush.
One of lbs surprises of tne day was
the victory of Heretic la the second
race, i was a stable tip. and tne
wis>- ones" did not oe?evt lbs r.tws.
even after It began to spread. As a
result very little money was laid
cn the horse in Nonoik. and he c.os.d
at s to 1 with few taaers. Considerable
money was "Net in,. BajUsaere anil ?ev?
tl al Wiste'rn'CifUa ca Heretic and Bus?
Beselta ef Races).
First race?Ts o-;ear-olds. Sellins,
five furlongs?Bip Dtpasg, Mr7 (But
well'. ? to 1. nrat ir.s ,r?n> Man. 202
i Ttar.an \ 3 to (at place. Ee.or.d
.-ma-s... 100 (Karrick). j to to snow,
third. Time. 1.07 4-: R. K '^ray.
Chad Duforil, L^: Treasures, Ke..y
Second race?tr.ree-year-ol'is ar.i ap
selling, miie er.d v .>:.t> ya_-;? ? Here?
tic. 106 (Martin). ? tu 1. t.-st. ^rd
Welle. 11 I fVeh>. 2 to 1. for ;.to> sec?
ond; outiav. is] (Kamck). : is -.
i-how. third Tim-. 1 : -' v. o
Dove. McL?od F Mad I'.l v? r. I r". }>.. g
Tum M.lto; Hes . rngiand
1 rank. i'-r. . , a.-1 - ?
Third rac<?three-year-elds anl sp
selling. ?1? furlongs
t?n>. i to :. r.rst. HeaTi an <.H.t
well). 4 t<. 1. f->r plac*. %? o.-.C -r^.r
wr.od. 117 ?.<r.. to she* ?
Time. 1:14 :-i Ba < Bs Kau ?? *
vie. r.re. Black Chief, *.??.;. a a sr. raa.
**ou-th rv?- Fairfax H*,-?. r?a*>?>
<ap l?v>nr ? <!,. Mi f.r.-.rg* ,;.*>?
k:n. (Teahon), I to l. ? -.? . so -
rash Ii (Dm ri ?.-...
second. Tartar, lie (McCsbey > 1 to t
to show, third. Time. 1.11 l-t Bat
tery, Roatrutum. Scallj-wap. Barnegat,
His Majest>, Pa:',?_a!6i alas ran.
Fifth race?handicap, three
year-oids and up; mile and a sixteenth
?Guy Fisher, ilo (Turner). 3 to X.
Srst. Car.tor. G.. 110 tMclniyre). 3 to 1.
tor place, second. Altnmaaa. t>3 (Ms
<-afcey), 2 to 1. to snow, Uilrd. Time,
1.44 i-i. Kortnack, I^ocniei. Cliff Eat*.
White Wool also ran.
sixth race? tnree-ye&r-olda and up;
mils and seventy yaros. 6e...n??Lioa
aid MacDonald. 111 (Teahaa). > to ?,
n.-st. riptndle. 118 (Fain). 4 to 1, lor
place, second; Aplaster, 113 (Peak), 3
to 1. to show, vbird. Time. 1:42 B-S.
ilar.aeses. Golden Castle, Accord. Scar?
let Pimpernel. Ci.emUipo also ran.
Seventh race?inree-year-oids and up;
aniline milt and an eigntti?tolacsford.
108 (Butwell). 2 to 5. Mrsl; Taboo. 100
(Teahan). 2 to 1. for place, second: Mud
Sill. 108 (Buxton.), even, to show, third.
Time, 155 1-a. Henry Hutchison,
Gates. PI.ant. Supervisor also ran. (
Entries (or Moaday.
First race?two-> ear-old: maidens;
purse 3300. Cve and a ball furlongs?l*
-..-elia. lib, V.sa Tromp. 10?. Chslhoa
Brush, ltd; Jor..-..:. lt-ir. Mohawk Girl,
ltd. Battery, lul. Burgeon, 112; Jack
Kellogg. 112. Tnrkey in the Straw. 112,.
Abdon. 112; Bunch of Key* lit; Cogs.
Second race?two- year-rids. purse
3300; selling, one mile??M.mes;*, SO.
?Ella Grane. It: "Conilner'ai. i? Mo-:
nawk Boy. it". Sand Hog, 101; 'irjur-'
ance Mao, 102. S'.r.aer, 104; Bar.-.?^at.
107. ?Grosvenor, IG*.
Third race?three-year-olds and cp;
purse ISO?, sailing, seven furlongs?
?Gagnant. 11: 'Jessup Burn. ISS; Key.
103. "Ochre Court. 104. ?Elms. 104;
James Dockery. let. BasoreUa, lot.
Question Mark. 191. Knight Peak. IM;
Halcerr-an. MS; Harvey F, 111. Fut-.
Fourth raca?Norfolk County puree
purse 14'.: three-y?nr-oids. one c.:.??
jate*. 101: J-e D'eboid. 103. fette?
Eysa 113: Carlton Club. ill. Warner*,
1SS; Acton. 101.
Fifth race??*ree-v*er-*lt* ar ". cp
pur** tico. seeing ore m:'e and *er?r,
?j yards?LucSy Gecrge. Ii ?Mor-key.
>1 ?Camellia *>. *E callbar, >?. Tick
Tar*, it. Bay <~::1f. i>si. ?r;:rl. ;?:;
;o; r;? '-.-g**. K?-sg? R-/*?.
Iff; Evelyn Ix/rr:*. 1*7. Cbee- t*p. lei:
:-.-.?*>t Kcperr.ei. Inoemect, ilfc
i ar.k P-roeiL 111
- ra-??tr.r?e-year-oils ar.d t.j
P-rse li' % seiltr.g, ?r.? g.'le ar.l sev?r
:? *? i?-??Agfiier. let ?Jw'y.v r?
' ' r. .im i ?''-?..an.
. ?'. ; -. r? 1*4; Pl-l-JU. 1-4 Ha/etir
K-'*vS P.. lee; Dynamite. i?.7
i ? Pparka 1ST; Stairs lfff| Anale
SassaVg 134 rrt ',>i CaS'.la 11*. I*!m
..< -pr.ng Msna, 1U
* ? ; a..?/?? rum <H B?? pcsi.1t
$985 Fully Equipped F. 0. B.
SaJefroom. Serrire t^^n. iOJ W*%? Gary Stritt F>'/r?
^ OV?UJLVD PAS? M;ro\ WHOM </;
AIX-INTERSCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL SELECTION
MADE AFTER WEIGHING MERITS OF CANDDATES
W. C. Brumble. Berttu lUkiii. W. M. .\ortker?. Ca??aia INnrtlMi A. B. C?wf. O. A. Wik?. ir?U crml?.
W. H. Boorer. E. W. Flrtrhar. K*h*rt WUltem* PBOto by Foster. De.?l?. ?ill.,
Well-Balanced Eleven With Representatives From Each of Local Prep Schools Which Would Give
Any Team in Its Class a Close Argument for Gridiron Honors?Season Just Closed
Most Successful Since Formation of League. -
Left ead..Wilson .?..
Left tackle. .(toblea .
Centre .?_Hoden .
Right gtiard.Hoover .
Might taekle.?.net eher.
Might end.Cosby .
???arter bark.Northen .
left half hack.Craig ...".
Might half back..-...Paaehall (cantata)
Pull beck.u rumble .
Average weight. leg poaads.
BT r. Ei R.L.E 1,1 TZ. |
[ To select a rt-pres.nta.tive team
which would meet w;th unanimous
approval would challenge the prover?
bial Ingenuity of a Philadelphia law- j
yor. Espec'ally Is this true when an I
attempt Is made to pick a team from
among school bays, many playing for
the first time under a coach, ar.d
where ages and weight are at great
varlence. The writer wishes th*re
were more places to be filled in order
to utilise the material at hand. While,
therefore, many who deserve consid?
eration are left out the team above
selected comes nearer representing
the strength of the schools and sat?
isfying all the requirements of a well
balanced eleven than any combination
that has suggested itself.
In selecting the all-lrrtemcholaetio
team one is almost tempted to pick
the John Marshall High School in Its'
entirety. Certain It Is tb.ee? men
playing together all season with a
hard schedule are entitled to serious
consideration and with the exception
of a few cases outclassed tbeJr rivals.
At least six ar? assured positions by
their work: McGurne's University
School has three. Richmond Academy
and Benedictine one player eaoh. j
Selecting theee players was a most j
difficult task, because there serried j
to be no unarimity of opinion as to'
whom should compose the al!-at*ri
team. Therefore, in presenting this l
Imaginary aiI-ir.trTscholasrf.Ic team the ,
opinion of no one man is given. It Is ]
rather th* oonw-r.rus of opinion of a
number of comp-ter.t persons who
has*S w-ltr.eeeed all teams In a/stion
ard who have at eked the men on'
Two Good Fade.
Of the ends. Wilson, of McGutre a. has j
earned a poettloci by good solid work. 1
H:e playtr.g while not epe-etacula.r. j
wa? consistent He possessed strength
and excellent tackling ability, be?
sides being powerful In boxing tackles j
His handling of the forward pa?s j
w-ae the means af polling his t'a..- i
goal of mar.y tight r.olee ar.d counted|
for several tou-.-hdowna Coeby. of1
H-s* School aith,.irh foroed to pto>
another poaitlor.. baa ail the aaa>MaVj
-iv/ri of a fire*-claims end ar.d is a>
?*er".rg back as well He should j
Lave the poeltlo'. rv?<-a'jse of his pow- j
er epeed sr.'! JuSgrr.er.t. Mathor.e. of!
> Ta4?my. ar.d Pareor.s. of Ber.ed:c- |
ahagj are another pair of spe>edy'
At ta'.V.e Fle^rh'- -of" B-T-edi-nine. I
- i foovra '/* 11-.art ?;n-r\ bo*l <<;?- '
; ?;?<? teagbgal ??r.a* The* have a'
? x-l eye for the r.al. ar.d or? fast
U rettar.g down ur.dvr pur.t?. Fl?tch?-r ;
? -?? in l.reaklng through ?n.j get-j
? z the ru--.<- - a ?-- l!n? and!
? ? ??? ? ? a- i.<
oe th*- offene? !s cashing out ar.d
--? --r ? ? play ??. gejsj W'r. ,it
? . ?? He was atsoiotely Op?r.4eMej
a-d was ?froctlve :n tarVVrg and
j eaaaahirr up ploys an * ? ef<i? af tarn
.r ?? VT-';-:r?? ?-.'.Id e>?
a ? -rvdud eebotlt rte for ?
I- r,?-'i r: i?.? ? T'or.er
Of Hfl ?""OO! WOUld Soi???r
a; wr esadre. Hoover is o -mother
? *? :-arw ?roll built and aarr--oaJt?
- . ? -..??? * *? ? - an<l
1? a* --,???-??.. aa a rock KiimS>el,
? r- *-.?a os-^?d w:>+''m\
n -e< - ??? ? ? t a*. ? wors
Oeerrrg to <n? pfv.tal aesaften, fto
*?? ?? a o'e-aty was a
>.?r" almost ao a. " ?
? >? * -r > vstato-.e
? ? --. 11 -r > - H? ? ??
< ?4P lea a paa> exd ? ery fe? ? any.
.- ke woold ee>< ? ear sfxp
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w tmm mt %mmr%0? ??rtaaa;.
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tfc?* ft> bT-??* tfc? *?*? ? a??? mt ata
? .-.m> ?vrfc Hm m%a mmm*l*4 m a**-!
?MM ?? ??. r
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retayfaT *?** mrnwtm mmm hrltmmni.
mfmmn mm mmmrtmwmmmn 9mr th? ka?f
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- mm * a? n ? a ta*s% fc*4
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mmm * mim %r**?m ?ja ?a?M?? a ?a
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<*m+-m*???4 ?a* tat ?r iai a'*>K *a??
?' ?w ? ? ' aai ?a a**??*? ** awaaa ?*?
was a oertaJn catcher In the hack
field. Craig. with a burst of speed
and dodging ability, sras unequalled.I
He Is a wonderful kicker and would
do the punting for the team.
Brumble, of High School. Is a hard
hitter and takes a lot of stopping.
Be-eides he has exceptional quickness:
locates the ball with precision and i
backs up the line well OogbtU. of j
McOuire'?. while a brilliant player, has |
been on the Injured list, and was un- j
able to scow in form. Pollard, of;
Benedictine, will develop into a power- ;
ful line plunger. He and Owens, of
Academy. will he valuable players
Paschal 1. because of ability to hear
the responsibility. Is chosen as cap
taJn of the team. He Is cool, re?
sourceful and can well stand the
One thing neglected by each ad the
teams was the development of a drop
kicker. During the championship
series this play, the tool of weak
teems, was not attempted once. The
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6 PICTURES MONDAY
Feature Arranged from Thackeray's
New Program Daily.
The Big Pipe Organ!
Standard of the
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punting and plaoe kicking were, how?
ever, well taken care of. Cra.g. of
High bchooL aithougn a new mau, lust
developed Into a reliable punter. His
long, swift spirals, were the feature
of several struggles.
Th?j gridiron campaign of 1?12 pass?
ed into history with the champion?
ship won In a clean-cut mann -r by the
best eleven and with no squabbling to
mar the proceedings. Indeed. the
sueooo was remarkable for the sports?
manship displayed by the school lade
No serious injuries of the sort liable
to leave their marks later In life were
recorded. In fact, the year is one
that the players and school faculties
tnay look upon with pride.
The John Marshall High School by
defeating their opponents twice was
without a doubt the best team. Of
course. It had the weight, but at that,
maintained a stride throughout the
season, and administered decisive de?
feats to Bbsekstooe Academy and
Petersburg Hlga School, both excel?
McOuire's was by far the fastest
eleven la the league. Light, but
gaaae to the core, they fought two
royal battles against High School and
anon from the' heavy Blackstone Aca
emy warriors The score which they
ran up against the Academy, 6? to 0.
was the surprise of the year, as Hign
School Jttst managed to win their sec?
ond game against the Orange and Blue
by one touchdown.
Both Richmond Academy and Bene?
dictine College faced a season with
green material. Neither was able to
hit their stride. The latter school
made their first appearance on the
gridiron, suffering .two defeats Both
teams have material which will be
heard from next season. The players i
are young and have several years be?
fore them In which to develop.
From a flnonntol standpoint the sea
aaa was a winner. The games were
well patronized, especially by the fair
sex. The boys were too gallant to
accept their Bisters' money, but were
rewarded by unswerving faithfulness
whether winning or losing. Many
persons after seeing one of the games
could not he persuaded to mlas the
next, so pleased with the play. Tne
sport this season was well worth while
to the spectator and Just so long as
the school lade continue their clean,
fast playing, the game, as far as this
etty la concerned, will prosper.
LOSES 10 V. P. I.
Techs Take Brace During Inter?
mission and Score 41 Points
in Second Half.
Bla< ksburg. Vs.. November I*?V ?*. j
I fc***J***J the rnlver?ity of ****** Vir- j
Kin.a h. re this afternoon in t':?- last ?
?ram* ?>f the . ? .nor. on tne home
It: our-is by a trort of 41 to 4 It was
not until the second half that the i ? ..s .
were abl?- t>> score In the nrwt nail i
tnejr p*ap*dj c<> >rl>. ran high, t kl
bertiy and MM be<*kii<: j?i *TM not show I
up w-.1 After the lnt?rm?rl<>T they'
I took a hence and were abie ?o seers
' almost at will until the en.I of lue
I game Th* feature of th.- gam?- w.is |
[a run ?'.?? entire length <>r tr.?- rid i>y ;
' H??dg..?.r.. and tne playing ?>: Itere-ie. ;
I eapt.i : Towards t: <? rtv.1 sui-s weri ;
put in. . ><1 Peake. playing f ir In ferst ?
?.me. showd u;> a?IS Ti.r lttv?.-va>; i
I", of W\ Va. Position. V. p I. I
Carden. ...left half back. .. Hugh-a]
Rare.right half ?.ark. .. .Vawter I
j Bokman.ful. hark.Hodgson'
W?llu-r?on. quarter back. ....Hogers I
Harrleesj. ... . .left end.Magill1
RoMnvn.. left tarhle .Burru*
Boyles .left guard. .Moore*]
t/avis.?-nire. Kvana i
hfert'n ... right guard.!>*>bvre<
Mvsgrov*.right tarkle.Pick j
U'km?8 .. right end U rill nt?d
Referee. Harts. II. A A M umpire |
Mwnaw Ti, 4 I.
Near i lie end of the first half of the
football gssjMi a four and a half mile I
're-e-roaatrr run waa Batsoed fas
front of i ? .? err a aast and. th.s being the
"ret t,m? sifh an event has *?*? I
polled off at V. P l. w. p. Kaeh ratne I
la first, time, I' mtunte* 1* second*;
r?!U*?v. second. 2? minute* 4? sec
. ends. Res*, third. 3* minute* 17 see- I
One of Most Sensational Sur?
prises of Season Pulled
Off by Quakers.
Philadelphia. Pa., Novemher 18.?
Pennsylvania, always known for its
sensational surprises in football,
pulled off the greatest of the season
win-n It trimmed tbe Indian Aggrega?
tion in one of the most remarkable
Kann? in the history of football, the
final score being 31 to 2*. In every
way this game was remarkable, Penn
s.wanifc's work being a repet'tlon of
its performance against Michigan last
In that game Pennsylvania came from
behind and by a grand exhibition of
offensive play tallied four touchdowns
in the last thirty minutes of play,
winning in the final thirty seconds.
J'm Thorpe, tbe all-around athlete
whose playing was the feature of the
day. was unfortunate enough to make
the fumble which paved the way for
Penn's victory. Thorpe had previously
made an eighty-yard run through a
broken field for a touchdown and had
b?-en responsible for every one of the
I Captain Mecour and Jordet starred
ON IIS FIRST RUN
[.-special to The Tlmea-IMspateBll
I Orange. Va., November M.?Thin afternoon
the Tomahawk Hunt f!ub. attired la full
1 hurtl.if rostjme. greeted their new master.
! Jan-.?? F InSISQQ at Berry Hill, tbe home
of Colonel \V. c. Williams, for tbe first
hunt of the s-ison of 11AI-U. WVatbtr con
I dltions and foiling ateiS. perfect, and all
were keen for the sport after a lapse of six
Those riding were Jamas Si. Andrews. M
P. H . on Blue Baa; Arthur White, whip,
on Shamrock; J?;:.<? S. Andrews, whip, on
! Hawfield. Mrs. W. W. Osborne on Mon?
terey: H O. f.yne en Codes: V. a.
Fhackelferd on Norfbwoed; W W. Osborne
: ?i Borlse: R M. Harris on Merrldaeo: Au
? gast WsmoersU on Monte. Green Sheckel
- ti'-'i on t?ady Blaise.
Tbe hounds were lln?ratr<j from thetr dog
carriage (an auto truck and quit* an in?
novation ao well as s convenience of quick
transportation) oear the planing mill, soon
loped a*u bore awey due east acreoa a mag?
nificent nsturs! hunting territory. Including
water jumps and rail fences, coses lag the
properties of Messrs. Holser. Williams, Tim
berlake. to a check: then after a breathing
sp?:i of a quarter of an hoar the hounds
wer? again rast, flr.dlng on the vld Johnson
fare) ar. > tearing off oouthwesn. covering the
sr. Is Of Northrop. Cresshsw snd William?,
anri winding up on the rood leading to Oor
dorsvine. where many sreeted the happy
rid.rs and < t>-?rnVi.ated th?m en so sec
asssrel sn Initial run.
These runs, which will take place weekly
from now on. will 0? largely attended, and
attract many lovers of the chase to the
standard nf the Tomahavk Hsnt and Ns
I for Pennsylvania.
Immen** Crowd and Ideal
Weitbtr Couditiou Im?
portant Fsctors. J
ISpeol?! to Tho Tline*-Dl*p*tea.J
idiodleburg, V*,. November II is*a"
immense crowd and Idiaj wvatner OOO
diiiun? wor* important factor* la Um
inaugural meeting of tho VI ratal*
United Hunt* Uii .In* Aseoomtioa.
which took uiaco *i Middleburg to?
day. Th* rate* war* under tna **no
tlon of the ituiii m ? ommltlea of th*
Nation*] Steepiei n?se and Hunt Asso?
ciation, and wer? well tilled sad brisk.
B. W. liaxull. Jr. of Mlauieburg, was
secretary Tue crowd was oumposed
of disiiii*tiUiK-d patron* from Haiti
more, I'liiiaurlphla. Washington and
Richmond, and It was most enthusias?
tic and interesting throughout. Th*
fallowing are the officers:
Patron* ? htajor-Ueneral Leonard
Wood. Thomas Hitchcock, Henry T.
Oxnard, P. S. p. Randolph, it. P. Whit?
Itaee Committee?Colon*! ?*> T.
Allen. H. Koseier I'ulaney. Chart g* K
Harrison. Jr., of th* Joint m**ter,
Orang* County (Plalsa) Hunts; the
comaster Piedmont and Mlddleburg
Hunts, the mavtrr Warrenton Hunt
Stewards?James W. Oravea. Red?
mond Stewart. James W. Appleton, W.
Judge*?& It. Fred. R. Hunter Du
lany, Lulany DeButts. W. P. Bigg*.
l'addock ludse, Brook M. Baker:
Uarter. Krank J. Bryan; timer*. David
B. Tennant P.O. .-rt U Gerry; patrol
Judges?Irving Leltb, M O. Rlchsrdsoa.
George L> Galther. Jr.. Wallace Tiffany.
William Fletcher. Jr.. Isaac Waddell.
Thorn** Hume, Beverly Ounhar. Dr.
C M. 'Joetteling. clerk of the course.
Frank J. Bryan; clerk ef the scales.
L. C Smith: seeing secretary, B. W.
Haxall. Jr. Sum mar lee:
First race?combination, purse, hack*
and hunter* and horses th* property
of the United State* government or
officer* of th* United States Army,
purae 1100?first, Kyrat. Lieutenant 4.
K B. layman, second. Ale*. J. W.
Slaughter; third. Hannah Louise. Cap?
tain C. W OtwelL
j Second race?the Navy purse, steeple?
chase, for three-year-olds and up, the
property of a subscriber to a recog?
nised bunt or of th* United States
government or of an officer of the
United State* Army, purse 9104)?first.
Tomahawk. Louis C Ferguson: second.
Huntley. Winim Skiaker, Jr? C Olass
Third race?the Orang* County Chal?
lenge Plate Steeplechase, over natural
country for qualified or sona-Sfle
hunter* that have been regularly
hunted during mi-1112. pure $400?
Hrst P>rt W. F. Wilbur; second. Harry
Edmonds. William Co*tea; third. Oa
Guard. F. W. Okie
Cross-country teat?first. Linie
Orts; second. J. B. Thomas: third,
! EASY FOX V. IV. I.
With Most of Their Regulars
Out, Cadets Win by Score
of 34 to 3
Lexington. Va. November It.?In a
runaway game, with moat of her regu?
lar* out?, V. M. L easily defeated Koa
noke College, by the score of 24 to I.
Several time* during the gam* Roa
j noke. by the use of the forward pass.
. carried the ball to within three yards
I of the Cadets' goal, but were unable
to push it over, tven with the ??be in.
the Cadet* outplayed the Koanoke
boy* at almost every point of the
I game. The college, however, worked
I the forward pa&*. especially la the
second quarter, to good advantage,
making short, but consecutive galas,
and the Cadets seemed unable to stop
Roasoke's only score was mad* In
the second quarter, when the full back
drop-kicked from the twenty-five-yard
ThstCadeta scored after four minute*
of play on ? long forward pass and
ltne-pluagtng by Touell. Tws mare
touchdowns were made Is this qaar
ter. Touell carrying the ball sear each
In th* second quarter Ree noke Ugnt
ened up. and the Cadets, si though they
had two good chance* at drop-kick*
from the field, fall**] to scare.
In the third quarter two more toast)
downs were added te the Cadets' score,
line-plunging aad forward caaasa ke?
ine responflbie for them
In the fourth quarter, with sale teas
regular* In. Tooeti aad dark*?*. Blar?
ed a safe game, kicking moot ef the
time. The feature ef the last geaiter
ws* s loag run by Touell on a for?
ward pass for about forty yards
The feature ef the entire game waa
Toueirs p aying at full, this beta*; hi*
first game In that position.
Officials: Umfre, Dr. Randolph, ef
Virginia; referee. Jdr. Robertson, ef
Richmond College: heed linesmen. SBy.
?Dolly, of Washington aad Lee. Qear
?ter*. ten minute*. Touchdown*
Touell <S>. King ma s. Bain. Q**lg
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