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I Baseball War Ends !
With Clubs Intact j
I In Major Leagues
Judge Kenesaw Landis Accepts Chairmanship of Committee
at Salary of $50,000 Per Year; to Hold Office for
a Term of Seven Years; Minors Invited to
Join Hands With Reorganized Unit
CHICAGO, Nov. 13. Peace r.tgned.
in baseball circles today following es-l
terdnv s nRroonii nt between the op-1
I posing factions In the reorganization I
I of the game. The sixteen club owners
of the two major leagues were In ac
cord on every Issue, which today left
the same eight clubs In the National
and Uio same eight in the American!
j Judge Kenesaw M Landis of Chica-
' go. accepted the schalrroanshlp of ai
committee of one to act as a final
court of appeal in all matters if dls-
pute between the two major league'
and any minor league which may Join
the majors in the reorganisation
Judge Lendls will remain on thei
bench His salary there Is $7,500 a
! year He stipulated that this sum
should be subtracted from the $50,000
a year, offered by the baseball men
and so his salary as chairman of the
national pastime will be H-.500 a year
for a term of seVen years.
The minor leagues are invited and
expected to Join the majors under the
HEADQUARTERS AT CHICAGO..
Chicago will he headquarters for the
I baseball commission and offices Willi
be opened up Immediately. should
second and third members be chosen
for the commission, k Is virtually cer
tain according to cluh owners, that
Judge Charles A McDonald, of Chica
go, will be ono of them
Judge Iandls is a national figure for
the Important cases he has passed
upon, and his wit ami sarcasm some:
times humorous and sometimes caustic
which he directs at prisoners and
, counsel from his bench hae made him
Baseball always has been one of his,
I hobbles. In the llttl" town of l-,ogan-j
port. Ind., where ho was reared i the,
Judge played on amateur and semi-pro-feaslonal
. teams. His brilliant playing
brought him many offers to become a
professional but ho always declined.,
I saying he played merely for sport and'
1 love Of the game.
In 1914 Judge Landis presided l" the
legal battle which resulted from the1
I greatest baseball war In history th'
fight of the Federal League ag insl
the National and American leagues
The Judgf nccr rendered decision
ir. this case, however, for It was settled
out of court, while he was still forming
his official opinion While studying the
. rise, the Judge spent many bourn look
ing into baseball history, the national
agreement and other dot uments giving
I WEBER DEFEATED1
n SAINTS' CREI
Failure to Kick Goal After
Touchdown Spells Defeat
for Local Team
Failure to kick a goal after touch-'
down cost the Weber Normal college j
grid machine a tic game with the f:ist
L. D. S. eleven at Salt Lake yesterday!
afternoon, the Saints winning by a
score of 7 to 6. The contest was re
plete throughout with both aggrega
tions evenly matchccii
The winners scored trjeir first and
only touchdown in the third quart, r
Margetts brought the oval to the We
ber fifteen-yard lin- after catching a
forward pass and (rton crashed,
through the center of the line for the,
tOUChdoWh. Irvine kicked goal.
During the latter p:rt of the linal I
period. MlcXman aided iiy perfect In-'
ttrfcrence, pnt his dogs in hlh and
raced elghtv v. mis through a broken j
field for a touchdown Goal was nils
Several times during the matinee,
Lindsay and Hickman broke loose for,
forty-yard and fifty-yard end runs
These two men proved to be towers of
strength to the local aggregation.
In winning the contest yesterday, the
L. D. S. won their first Ictory In two j
years Thus far this season the Weber-j
ltes have failed to win a contest
The showing of the Weberttes against!
the fast L L S. eleven, bov ever. Is ai
credit to the school and the roaches.
The improvement noted in the Weber- j
ltes during the pas) few weeks has
been wonderful, and within another
season, they will, no doubt, be trouble
makers on the gridiron. The lineup
L. D. 8. U- (7 ) W bcr (6 )
Raj le Holllday
Burbldgo It Watklns
Fox If Prtco
Iverson c Hinrklcy
Parr.- rg Ekln
Marker; M Haines
Christopherson . . .qb ... Newman
Armstrong .lh Lindsay
limine rh Hickman
Orton. . fb Wilcox
L D. S. U. scoring. Touchdown
Orton. Goal after touchdown Irvine
Wober scoring Touchdown Hick
man. ' ,
Substitutions. L. D S V Taylor
for Margetts. Margetts for IrUne
Wlrthlm for Armstrong. Armstrong
for Margetts; Margetts for Taylor.
Officials Kefcree Wilson, umpire.
Van Pelt; head linesman. Richardson.
H Winner to Be
j SAN FRANCISCO Nov 1 3 A
i match today between Jake Schaefer,
Jr , San Francisco, and Walker Coch
ran. New York, in the National IS.:'
balk line blllard tournament will de
termine the winner of the runner-up
j Raoh has won four games and lost
nono in previous rqunds. Under the
rules of the tournament both the
I winner and the runner-up are prlvl-
leged to challenge Willie Hoppe to
matches for the national champion
ship. Cochran last night defeated Oro
I j iiornings' i . San Diego, 400 to 183.
Information concerning Uaseball Phe
knowledge acquired during this period
made him a legal authorlt) on the ad
ministration of the game's affairs.
Judge Iandis attends mnn) major
iKue Barnes here t very ear and sel
dom passes a world series. At th an
nual classic he generally mav bo found
In a box back of third base-, his old
black slouch hat pulled down over hi??
' j and a long blark cape falling from
his shoulders. He never talks during
a game, but studies every play closely
and enjoys analyzing the strategy used
by the opposing players ' me of his
hobbles at a game Is to try to guess
the next play.
Judge Landis was born in Millvillc-,
' hlo. November 20, 1S66, and was
named for Kenesaw Mountain, near
Atlanta, Oa . where his f.ither was
wounded in the Civil war He first be
came nationally prominent when ho
fined the Standard "li companj $29,-
240,000 and forte, 1 John 1 Itoekebd-
ler to come here to testify The decis
ion was reversed by the supreme court,
PRESIDES IT TRIAL.
During the world war he presided
l' the famous I W. W trial senteni Ing
' Big Hill" Haywood, secretary-trras
nrer of the organization and ninety-
two other members to prison Short
ly ufterward, an explosion in the fed
eral building killed sev eral persons but I
the Judge was uninjured He also sen-
tenced Congressman Victor Hcrger to,
prison for alleged obstruction of the
nation's war preparations.
Judge Landis drew congressional at
tention shortly lifter the war He
found that most of the law vers appear-1
lug before him who were wearing wrl8l
watches, had not been In the service, j
"Have all these wrist watch lawyer-, i
file a statement what branch of the
service they were In," he ordered the
Senator Thomas of Colorado, in an!
address In the Fenute said Judge Lrn-
dls should be impc.-ichced for his order ,
The Judge's onlv comment was: ' Don't
It beat the devil what senators will do:
to pass the time away''''
Judge landis. caustic or humorous
verbal attacks from the bench di
rected at men In all stations in life,,
( ne day he s.r.itchlngly denounces
:i corporation and the next-day svmpa-J
thlaes With and helps som unfortunate!
prisoner brought before him Ills f a-'
orite expression is "Take this man up I
to Mabel's room" the Jail or 'take'
h'm to room Co and give him the easy
AGGIES 10 MEET
Locjan Fans Primed for Fast '
Contest: Romney Hopeful
LO0AN, Nov 13 The final grid'
tussle of the year in Logan. vVIll be ,
st ige, toda w lien lh" I'lah Aggies t j
with the fast Montana School of fines'
aggregation on Adams field. The con-'
test Is scheduled to start at 3 o'clock
The Miners are said to be one of tbe
strongest teams in the N'orthwest 'I hej
trimmed Montana State 7-6 while the!
Aggie- p laved a 0-0 tie with the samel
Seeley and Bailiff ha- returned to;
th.- squad following injuries and Willi
be in the battle 'todav. Following the
Contest to.iav th. Aggie. : will prepare
for their final game of the ear with
the rtah aggregation at Salt Lake on
Following is the probable lineup for
today 's game
I tah Aggies Mont. Miners
Dorlus le . (Capt.) Qulnn
An.'eraon It Bo ret '
McKay If Maloney
Hansen c Land
Buttbn rg Wehl!
Worley (Capt);. rt .. Btrlddlck
Conroy . . rc . . . Wheel don
Falck qb . . Hazey
Hart Ihb Lee
Bailiff rhb Gay
Seeley fb Steens
KANSAS TO PLAY
KANSAS CITY, Mo . Nov. 13 Fresn
I from their invasion of the east, the
University of Nebraska football team,
headed by Coach "Indian" Schulte,
came here today to play Kansas unl-
verslty In the only Missouri valley
I conference game, the Lincoln school
I has on Its schedule Kansas plarcrs
.said they -were prepared for the hard
iest game of the season.
"RUTH FOR FOOTBALL."
NOTRE DAME At last some one
has found the "Babe Ruth of foot
ball" They've banded the honor to
Glpp. crack Notre Dame halfback. He
was an All-Amerlcan man last year.
OKLAHOMA SOONERS COT SWATH
Remarkable "Comeback" of Star Halfback Who Fizzled Years Ago
Adds Steamroller Power to Eleven
N. K. . staff Special.
NORMAN. Okla.. Nov. 1 J The
wide swath the Oklahoma University
Sooners arc cutting on their way to the
Missouri Valley conference football
championship in their first year as
members of that group Is shocking,
gridiron followers of Nebraska, Iowa
Missouri and Kansas
The Sooners of 10 2 0 are one of tho
b. st football aggregations the middle
I west has ever seen It Is big fast, and
Well coached, with a line that aver-,
'ages above 100 pounds Its backs are
fast and carrv plenty Of w eight.
Oklahoma's success in defeating
Washington University, of St LoulS
24 to 14. and one of the best teams the
University of Missouri ever boasted to
the tune of 2S to 7, was due largely
lo the return of the pre-skool freshV
man Phil White White Is one
of the country's three or four best
'triple threat ' men. Hr s 0 feet 1 UV h
hltfh, weighs 194 pounds, can do the i
100 In' football togs In 11 1-2 seconds,
punted an average of 4i. 2-3 yards In
i ". tries against M-lssour; and is nearly
the Ideal at forward passing and I",
breaking up his opponent's plays of the
FAILED IN 1019.
Blessed with an Ideal build and 'abil
ity to do everything that a Bupervplay
er should do, White was a miserable
failure in ism. His blow-up was the!
myster anil exasperation of tho cam
pus last year
All is different with White this year.
He has exhibited all his mechanical
skill and more Important still, has dis
played a full QUOta Of football spirit
The result Is that he has supplied In
larjre degree the motive power need-'
ed to set the powerful Sooner machine
to steamrolllng all opponents
Protected by the biggest and best
line in the southwest, the playing of!
hlte at halfback has been a revela
tion. He has shown himself without
a peer as a punter, passer and runner, ,
and has hit the line as hard and of-'
fectlvely as the best In the conference.
Hid U hlte displayed the sa'iie form
MEET IN ANNUAL
GRID GAME TODAY
SALT LAKE. .Nov. IT The East
High school and West High scrool
srld machines, both undefeated thus
far this season, will mix for honors
on the local field today.
Although the East Leopards hive
ono of the best scoring machines In
this neck of the woods it is expected
that the Panthers will give them a
battle from start to finish In the con
test. Coach Mrlntyre of the Panthers has
been working his men hard of late
In an effort to win and from present
Indications the panthers appear lo
hnvq an even chance for the honors
Betting today w.is 3 to 2 for the
Logan High Wins
From B. Y. C. Crew
LOGAN, Nov 13. Outclassing their
hi-.ivicr opponents in all departments
of the game the fast Logan high school
defeated the H Y. c. here yesterday
afternoon ' n to 1 Qulnne made the
only score for the day for the losers
after accepting a forward pass He
also kicked goal. The lineup and sum
mary: Logan high (75; BY C high (7)
Crowthcr . . .Ic . . .... A Pond
' ; boohs . It . . Hurrer.
Brady lg Wiser
Turner. -c Hansen
Carlisle rg Maltberg
Ba ugh rt Cranncr
Woodside. . . . re . . . H. Pond
Schaub . 14b . Qulnne
Noble lhb Bui 'on
Davis rhb Hose
Knowles. fb Bergeson
Substitutions Levitt for Hurton:
Cole for I'rnnney, McCurdle for Crow
thcr; Blanchard for Brady.
Scoring; Touchdowns Knowles 4,
Crowther 2, Schaub 2. Woodside 2, Da
vis. Qulnne;." Goal after touchdowns
Knowles 4, Schaub 5. Qulnney.
Referee (Jreen, ump're Jenkins;
head llneemani Hansen
MADE LINCOLN'S CLOTHES.
A"i R, Scotland. Nov 13. George
Silker. who has Just died here at the
age of 102, claimed that as a tailor
in America he made clothes for Abra
hnm Lincoln Silker also fought In
the American Civil war on the side
of the north and later saw service In
the Franco-Prussian war.
S- PH L WHIT . j ..- ..4' lX'
WTr5"-l"U SlrtJi HE'S A HEAOV PUAYdFt - UJIIMC
HIS LEFT ARM JUST WONT STAY IN PLACET HIS DOME TO HIT THE LINE .
! : 1
last year, there Is no question but that '
klahoma would hav. decisively de
feated the powerful Nebraska team'
more decisively than anv other team
did, Instead of merely tlemg the Corn
huskGrs. worm u stu.
Roy Smoot Is mglclng the southwest,
forget Tolbert, the giant Harvard
guard, who was considered the 1 st
player ever produced here at the time
he vvent to Harvard. Smoot plays right
tackle He Is j feet 1 0 Inches tall
and weighs 2 l.'i pounds He Is aggres-,
s've ;.n.j In addition to snu'shlng rlv
1 BOXING CHATTER
MILWAI'KEE. Nov 2. Richie!
I Mitchell, local lightweight boxer.
; knocked out Joe Benjamin of San
; Pranclsbo in the ninrh session of a
I ten-round contest tonight Mitchell
floored the Callfornlan three times in j
th final round with stiff rights to the.
Jaw, Benjamin taking six and ninej
rounts The third knockdown ended
(th.- bout. Benjamin ploybd a waiting
game almost throughout, Mitchell do
ling most of the hading. The Call
fornlan had but one round, the sec-
j BALTIMORE. Nov 12. Johnny
iRosc, of St. Paul, was no match for
;-orge Chancy In their scheduled 12-;
round bout tonight.
After re. elv Ing 0 terrible lacing fot
r,. irlv six rounds, Hose's chief second
admitted and (he man from Baltimore
iraa credited with a technical Knock-'
I MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 12 Clonic'
I Talt, lightweight champion boxer ofi
Canada, tonight knocked out Lew'
RJdwards, lightweight champion of1
, Australia, In the second round of a-
1 ten-round bout here.
I Talt punched Edwards severely and
I 6cnt him to the floor scven times in I
i the first round In the second Ed-'
wards was floored twice and the last i
I time his -seconds threw In the sponge.
It was announced each man weighed'
j 1 34 pounds
CHICAGO, Nov. 12 Charley White'
.tonight announced thot he had bef-n1
matched for a 12-round boxing match
I at Jersey City, N J. December 10.;
iwlih Benny Leonard. lightweight!
champion. Leonard knocked out'
I White In the ninth round at Benton,
I Harbor, Mich , July f, after White
had outfought the champion for most;
J of the battle.
ATLANTA. Ga.. Nov. 13 Jack Brit-
ton, welterweight champion of the
world, and Jake Abel, of Atlanta.
welterweight champion of the A E
kP.j have been matched to fight ten
rojnds to a decision here November
29, Abel s manager announced tod 1
CAMDEN. N. J, Nov. 12. Benny
Leonard, lightweight hamplon, easllv
defeated K. O. Ixughljn of South
Bethlehem In a ton-round bout to
; nlghl Leonard knocked Lougnlln
j acros-i the ring and staggered him
1 several times but was unable to put
I him out.
PITT8B 1 ' R G, Pa Nov 13 John
' McCall. International amateur boxing
.champion in the 125-pound class, will
turn professional tonight when he'
meets Eddie Borland., of McKeesport, I
in a bout here.
offense of all opponents, he gets down
the field almost as fast ns the fleet
ends. For nearly two years he has
outplayed every opponent, and eastern
coiiepc players who have se n him, say
he d be a star on anv big eleven
sizu m spued:
White and Smoot are th outstand
ing stars who by virtue of their size
ami speed and natural gift for foot
ball, would be able to hold their OWh
with the best talent in the east But
they are playing on a well set up anil
well rounded team that Is showing in-
dreased power with Ctich succeeding
BIG TEN' TEAMS
MEET IN FINAL
CHICAGO. Nov 13 Illinois and!
Wisconsin met today In what was
considered the equivalent of sinil-j
finals In the western conference foot-,
ball championship. Win or lose, how-1
Ifer, Illinois will play Ohio State nextj
Saturday in the most Important game,
of the conference.
Illinois has not been defeated nor,
has Ohio, each having won four games
while Wisconsin has lost to Ohio State i
13 to 7. Today Ohio was idle while
Indiana met Purdue at Indianapolis ;
Other conference games were Chi
cago and Minneapolis at Ann Arbor,
and Minnesota ,,nd Iowa at Iowa City.'
Granite Loses to
Davis High Eleven
SALT LAKE, Nov. 13 The Granite
grid machine went down lo defeat at
the hands of the Davis high school
i elev en yesterdny. the score being 4 7 to
7 A forward pass, Peterson to Sparr,
gave the home team their only score of
Roberts and Leddlnghom were the
bright stars for the winner. The line
up and summar.v
Davis (47) Gra nit? i
Adams c Monson
Llnford rg Hyde
Harvey lg . . Hogan
Love rt Buehner
Day It Brlnghurst!
Saunders re Simons
Roberts le Howe
Leddlngha m . . . qb Cornwall'
Woolle.v rh Sparr
Dav Is ' lh Peterson I
Chlpman . . fb . . Rockl
Granite Young for Hogan, Bueh-
ner for Monson, Williams for Buehner,
Stevens for Brlnghur:U, Simons for!
Hyde, Tipton for Simons McDonald for
neferec Hall Umpire Sam Olsenl
Head linesman Halton
Touchdown Davis, Lcddinghum 3,
Roberts 2. Davis 2, Granite. Sparr 1.1
Goals after touchdowns Davis, Chlp-
man 0; Granite. Rock 1.
HE LANDS TWO KAYOS.
I TROY Tony Caponi knocked out
! Red Mack in seven rounds. Then he
volunteered to fight Jo.- Daley, whoso
'opponent had failed to show up. Tonv
knocked him out in the sixth
game, and bids fair to win handily thei
championship of the Missouri Valley !
)WI i STEM-
I Hack of the sensational showing of
the Sooners is the coaching of Ben O. I
Owen, an old Yost pupil, who has been,
football mentor at Oklahoma for 16 1
.years in succession, turning down of
fers from Wisconsin, Nebraska ana'
other big schools. I r Williams Is the;
only coach west of the Ml. sls-slppl who
has been at one school longer than
wen has been at Oklahoma,
I So Sooner success is attributed to!
' (wen system.
He walked apart, alone and solitary,
The hast'nlng throngs, unheeding,,
passed him by;
None seemed Inclined to ask the fellow1
Acquired the sodden look, the sad-
At last a good Samaritan approached'
A man who bubbled o'er with fine
"Apparently' he said, you've lost
your old vim.
And I for one know truly how that'
Yoj seem to be forsaken, lone and'
No passer-by appears lo speak to
Examples of man's cruelt) are endless.;
Now tell why it is lhat you are blue.
Perhaps you stole some dough from
Perhaps Jou took some sucker for
Perhaps you arc an unsuccessful
At any rate, you arc a saddened
But wait' Are vou a baseball player!
Who .sold his mess of pottage for a'
Are jou u victim of the sure-thing'
An addle-pated ball BtS I' Whii s crone
I "It's true 1 am alone." replied the
"Forsaken as a chol'ra stricken rat
But it Is not because I am a bad on.
I'm just a poor deserted Democrat '
Democrats aren't tho only lonely
souls these days. Think of the poo',
j downtrodden heavyweight boxers
I ' T
The lighter weights are getlinjf all
.the attention and making most of
Jack Dempsey is so hard put to it
that for sheer lack of championship
! ho announces that he will fight II
I lard again.
That Is a terrible thing to wish on
, the American public and It cannot
I be for the sake of the money there
may be in It l
It must be sheer loneliness, a desire
for human companionship, an inabili
ty to find men of approximately his
girth and weight which drive Jack
to this extreme measure
Of course. Jack has signed to meetl
Georges, but the flftto of that Is fairly
indefinite, and. besides, there's not
much companionship for Jack in an I
encounter with Georges. They don't I
TIGERS PRIMED I
FOR I TILT I
Mm Uallahan Shifted to
Guard Position; Game
Should Be Thriller M
PRINCETON. N J. Nov 18; Ideal H
1 11 weather was in prospect today
ifot the annual gridiron battle of Yale
The Yale pajuad arrived early in the
day and was sent through .1 brief slg
nal drill In Palmer stadium, where tho B
punters and iuarterb.acks wer given bbk
1. opportunity to become accustomed
I to the treachcrotls air currents that H
blow over the hire concrete structure. BS
Princeton had Its last workout yester-
Coach"s of both elevens said their Bq
I men were In excellent condition.
Princeton ruled a slight favorite In the fM
betting with Yale supporters, asking
odds of 5 to V er few vvaRers were H
known to have been made, however, as
I most of the Tiger adherents held out
jfor even money i.et-i
The Uncup of the Ynle team as an
nounced at New Haven lust night Indl-
cates that unless Tad Jones changes "R
his plans at the last moment, the bat- 1
tie of the Callahan brothers, captains 1
hi opposing elevens, will not mater- M
bailee. Qreet Interest had been manl
fested in the meeting of these two
men. both .1 whom ply regularly at L-
center. In the Yale lineup, the Ell
lea l r h Ld b en shifted to right guard
which would move him away from his MB
brother Mlk phot man of the Orange
and lilack. Mrs Callahan, with tho MH
1 ..f the two captain, will wit- 9
ness the contest from the Princeton bH
The probable lineup and official?: HH
Yale Position Princeton
Cutler lo . .. Legend re
Mac 13 . . It Kecli
Acosta lg McMannon f
Crosst. . . c . 1 1 ".. l(s han m
Tim Callahan (Org Dickinson H
Walker rt ... Hoope? S.H
Dllworth rc Stlneson ' H
1 or I avls Bj
Kempton qb Lourle III
Campbell. lh Gllroy dm
Krily. rh Garrlty
Jordon fb Scheeroi
officials W. G. Crowell, Swarth- mM
more, referee T. J Thorpe, Colum- I "Oj
bia. umpire; V. A. Schwartz, Brown. ml
field Judge; G N Bankert, Dartmoii'h,
head linesman. sfl
oo , .
Norway Is to have two plants for the EM I
electrical extraction of salt from sea M
water, iiach With an annual capacity
ot '0.000 tons.
speak the same language in more Kl
senses than one. Bssl
Jack doesn't know as much about
Trench as a house cat does about KB
arithmi tic Neither can he discuss Wm
alrplahingj trcnchf-dlgging .and forcod
ma'rchlng Intelligently with Georges
NINE DRIVERS ENTERED
IN PHOENIX AUTO RACE
PHOENtfX, Ariz. Nov. 13. Nine WBt
driver: were entered in the 100-mlle
LUtom'oblle race at the state fairground
this afternoon for a purse of ?4o00.
There alsp was to a fifty-mile race for PSI
southwestern entrants, purse $2000, Nfiil
and an Australian pursuit race of 25
miles for a ?-00 purse Winners of the
three cv opts w 111 drive a flfty-nille race
tomorrow afternoon fpr 1000 and fivc
per cent of the gate receipts. k-'-i"
Tlin following lg the list of drivers 7
and their cars In the 100-mile auto
mobile race: BBS
lrier Car ''
Tommj .Mnton Bowe-Dusenbevg
Eddie lleornc Etutz j" bbbm
Ira Vail Phllbln-Dusenberj;
Jim Cro Hudson Special
Ed Blngerman Ch rolct special
Jlmjny Thomas Chandler Special Bra
Driver unannounced Overt. ind BKi
Tommy Brewer Dodge Special WKr
Brneat Bennett Bonnett Special
2 WHITES AND 10 NATIVES
BELIEVED KILLED, EATEN
; BRISBANE, Australia. Nov. 13 It MS
is reported from New Guinea that two
I white nun and ten native carriers arc
missing and are believed to have been rBs
(tilled and eaten, bj the natives on the
The missing men were hunting birds Ik
.f paradise In Dutch New- Guinea a iv
searching partj reported that on ,iit-
Ing a native village on the Elv river tJBH
the villagers fled. Some booklete m
Stained with blood, a photograph sonn
clothes and other evidences of th IbbbwI
I white men were found. 0BB
BIO GA3IE ON.
NEW YORK. .Vox. 13 Aside from KS
the annual clash between YpJj BH
Princeton today's eas;ern fodthjjn
profrram included several other ba;
lies of more than passing Inter.-' BVJ
Dartmouth plays Penpsylvanla a:
Philadelphia; Columbia meets Cor
nell :a Ithaca. Washington and Jef
ferson invades PltUiburg for lts year
Ij battle with the Canthcrs Harvard
oppOses Urown at Cambridre, while
the Army and Navy elevens face Bow
doln and SoUth Carolina, respectlyeiy
on academy fields. Bssss
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