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It la going to be a big same, prob?
ably the bjggtet played la Virgin's in
years. But Richmond Is left out of
consideration. The game will Be
played at Charloitesvllle. It Is said,
following tha arrangement for home
and-home contests between the two
Institutions. It is easy to under?
stand why the student body would
want the game played at home. It la
not always convenient to leave col?
lege, and then there is always the feel?
ing that the etudent body ia ?nutled
to conalderatloo?a fact not to be over?
However, realizing all thia. we feel
that more would be accomplished, more
people would aee the game and become
Interested In It. it would get mure pub?
licity and would help the univeratty
more, would collect more dollars. If
Played In Richmond, than at any other
place. It Is no*, our intention to try
and deprive the student body of any?
thing which la rightfully theirs?
merely a desire to help both R:e:.r*ond
and the students at the university.
Logically the game ahould be placed
here The probability, however. ;s that
It will be played in Charlottesville.
But disregarding the Virginia-Van
derbilt game, Richmond has a right to
expert the university to visit here
oftener tnan tha Thanksgiving Day
affair. There are other games which
would attract large audiences here If
th- schedule read that they were to
be plajrad on a local gridiron.
.Ill Are Otfeadlag.
The same is true of Wss.hSr.gt sa and
L*-S Instead uf doubling with the
V:i;.r.!? Military Institute at home,
why not transfer one of tin' games tc?
Richmond? We noted during the sea?
son Just closed that the Virginia Mili?
tary Institute and Washington and Lee.
on several Saturdays had ;amti at
home. The result must fcme been that
both lost money, unless the teams
played were identical, which waa not
the case. Even had it beer, the case
the oost of maintaining an eleven for
an extra day must have been consid?
erable. Had one or the o'.her drifted to
Richmond, the crowd would have been
larger, and the cost cf traveling would
have been forgotten in the Increased
gate receipts. Added to irktcS must
be the publicity which the school
would have received?a not inconsid?
The Virginia Polytechnic Institute
became angered at what the Blacks
burg floct'oall authoritiee considered
bad treatment on the part of the own
era of the ball park. As to the merlta
of that dispute we know not At any
rate, regardless of the merit*, tne Vir?
ginia PMytechr.ic Institute is making
a miatake not to apoaas in Kicbmonu.
The Tech* bad become immensely pop?
ular hereabouta and were a drawing
, ard. We submit that a wl.vc- manager
1 get busy ngnt now and make a bid for
j the bail yard for next season.
The beat argument for more games
is that the greater the number of con
tests staged the greater the later sat,
? Tbe great public, which in the final
' estimate makes football possible, or
j any other aport, for that matter, at
' colleges, needa education along foot
bail lines The average man doesn t
know a football from a locomotive
He has read somewhere that it ia a
I brutal sport, and this opinion holds.
If opportunity enough la presented
he will flnalli go to a game, and once
! there will be given an opportunity to
Judge for himself. Under the preaent
rules there uj no good reason why the
game should not eventually become aa
popular aa baaebaii. The game is
open, yet there is enough room left to
display strength to appeal to every
individual w-fco has enough red blood
In his system to nurture a yell. It 1*
, up to the colleges. Either they, and
' by tha* expression we mean tha Stu
j dent bodies, mutt be willing to make
advances to the public, or else crawl
back in the shell, and by making
I themselves exclusive, continue to be
the target for every sharpshooter who
; hopes to gain applause and popular
, favor by saying that football is bru
Or. a "previous occasion we referred
: to the suggestion of an enthusiastic
i alumnus of V. M. I that athletic re
i lations be renewed between V. iL I. and
V. P. I We know of nothing which
would give greater pleasure to the
alumni of both institutlona From ln
tlmate knowledge of the schools In
question, we are in a position to state
that games between these two insti?
tutions would be welcomed. There was
no ill-feellr.g when athletic relations
-oased V. P. I. began developing
.- considerably stronger tear, the
institute, and by mutual consent the
: contests caased No a- that V. M. I. is
again a contender, tha games would
. prove doubly interesting.
By far the greatest opportunity to
do some constructive legislation In tke
way of improving conditions in the
South Atlantic division, exists now.
llor' and more each year the several
colleges In the division have have in?
sisted upon only nonprofesslonals tak?
ing part in the lntercollege contests, i
Vet. so fan ae we can learn, no ?et of
eligibility rules obtain, applying to all
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of the college*. Each college ha* It*
own standard, and while practically
all have the uorjprofcsslonal provision,
inert are enough outside to cause trou?
ble at times. Aside from eligibility
rules, there is reason for a conference
in orde rthat the devislon gets proper
recognition from the so-called s*j>sxts
who review football each season.
Those- of ag who have been fortunate
i nough to see most of the games in
this section, know that there are many,
many claying on the elevens worthy al
m cognition on all-American team*.
Yet IfcSjf ere never considered. Most
of the experts hardly know that the
games ate played. We suggested that
a meeting be held as soon aft'.-.- trie
holidays ae practicable, at some point
?ronvenletitly located, at which each of
the colleges interested lias a repre?
sentative, for the purpose of tatting
up the lather broad 'jueatlon of eligi?
bility rules SJad the not leas Important
? iU'stlon of publicity.
There has been some talk of doing
aa .i\ with the Carolina-Virginia game
iV.j game In this section can ever have
the Importance of thla game. The mere
fact thai the representative elevens o:
two States always rivals are to play
creates Interest Carolina, viewing the
.-amen in the past, has won Just often
enough to keep all guessing. It will
always be "the" gam* so far as Rlch
omnd is concerned, and none other can
take Its place. ,
Leaving football. we begin to
nallie that the feov short months be?
tween now and the opening of the
''?lf.-.all season will pass rather more
. .;.idly than any other period of i cjual
length. There is the meeting of the
National League and the gathering
of the American League Both of
these meeting* will brln? results
There will be trades, rumors of trade*,
ind sales. And In between the doing*
of the magnates of the big top will
drift somewhat of the exertions of
the bush league leaders. Richmond
expects a great team next year, and
c-teve Griffin promises bo live up to
the expectations. There, will be a
new home for the Colts, and a pennant
by way of decoration would not be
One of the many genial vlaltors
who come this way during the base?
ball season will drift no more. We
refer to Arthur Irwin, who ha* been
promoted to the business end of the
Highlander*. Irwin regularly bought
Dutch Rovelle. and Just as regularly
he came back. Jack Martin la another
of the locals to advance via the Irwin
route. While we congratulate Mr.
'Irwin and the Highlanders in the,
change, we are sorry- to miss this
genial individual from the rank? or
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some deal may be arranged whereby
"Buck" O'Brien will join some other
club. The spit-ba-ler did not come up
to expectations in Boston, cr.iefly so
play et s assert, because Stahl and Mc
Aleer tried to handle his "rough
! shod." instead of smoothly. Properly
' handled, they eay, O'Brien Is one of
the beet in the business.
Manager Call ah act. of the White!
r-ox. is ready to trade anybody save
Ed W"aish and himself to bolster the
team All Cal needs to satisfy the
fans 1; two or three pitchers to help
Walsh, ar. outfielder or two. a catcher
and a couple of infieldere. Otherwise
he ?:i stand pat.
Foxy Clark Griffith, manager of the
Nationals, may attend and make a
t.-acu 01 two. Griff wants an ontCela
er who can hit.
The league may pass resolutions
endorsing Secretary Rob McKoy. or
the world's champlona whese dismis?
sal ::??_?-??.- demanded by Mayor Fitz?
gerald, of Boston, as the result of tne
row with the "royal rooters-' last Oc
Although Cross-Country Club
Wins Cup, Gallagher Leads
BastiBtOTS, Md., December '.?Jol.r.r.y
< .ailagher. carrying the Blue and Gray
of Georgetown University, won tha
? :. AilanUc cross-country run over
the e>:d mill-race course In the vicinity '
? >f Walhrpok yesterday. The distance, i
between eight and. rano miles, was cov
reJ by the winner in 04 minutes 52 3-5
There is no doubt that the winner
could have covered the distance in
faster time had he been pressed by
eloeer competition Gallagher took the
lead after the second mile had been
reeled off. and thereafter waa never
in danger of being overtaken. At the
finish he was merely jogging, and ap- '
peared to be Just, as fresh as when he
left the tape to begin the Journey.
Second place waa won by L, R. Hite
ahew. representing the Central Young
Men's Christian Association. H
ished nearly a minute back of Galla?
gher. The first Crosa-Oountry Club
runner to cross the tape was E. A,
Geller, and he was third.
In winning the trophy, the Cross- '
Country Club scored IS points and
Georgetown tX The men to cross the
line first for the local* were: No. S.
SSo S. ?Vhnfleld: No. ?. Kelley.
N--> :. Rath, and No S. K Elphlnson.
Ge^rgexown. No 1. Gallagher, No 9.
Battle*. No. :i. Co.>k. No. 1J. Rowley,
and No. :?. Donnelly
The poor showing of Raffles and
Rowley waj not expected. Thl* pair
was expected, to finish among the first
five, and had this been possible- the
Blue and Gray'.? chance? for landing
the cup would have been brighter.
The first three men to fln'sh were
presented medal*. Gallagher's being
gold. Hlteehew* silver, and Gellep*
being bror.te. Gallagher's emblem waa
taken home by Eugene E. Darr.
Georgetowns track manager. Bob
EUsr. another Oeorgstown runner, who
**s made history for tha university,
was present EUsr was aaaa tn action
st the Fifth Regiment Arm cry ast
winter at Johns Hopkins ffth Regi?
How the r irrer* finished:
J J Gallagher. Oeorgstown.
L R Hf'v-v <"? v m r a.
B. A. Geller. C C. C. J*M9? . .
Wlllle-r*. unattached. S4.4J S-l.
W H S'bofleld. C C. C IT.tl J-t
J X Kellsy. C C C. ?7. It.
T A. Rath, C C C. ?7.4*
H C Elr.hlnstona C C C -?
J O. Battiee. Oe*fwatearm. It M 4-J.
Thorns* George. C C C. aa.4t J-t
L S Caok. Georgetown, tl 04 l-t
Bart Rowley. Ger-rgetown. SI *?? t-t
.; t Johnsen, f C C.
M 1 ft M'-T>or*g*i rrc. ??St
r? K Tonnger. C r *% ? tt
mir - Tmwmrft C c r, M41
I B Salttel. nnsttarhed. ?4 S7 t-i
. r phinne B R V. G,
r?on.iell>. Georgetown, ??."? 4-? I
t t IawIot. Georgef owa. *T i". I
Joe Sr~h,n. C C. C. datl t-?
M J Dnksbarr e C C. 77 41 t-l
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