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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY OCTOBER 19. 1900.
fhai Is the Game Billy Murray is Playing. Js Reported That He Is Not Going Take Any Long Chances In iringfleld Doe Said to Be Slated 'or Lewiston and That He Will ell Hipson to Murray Many Play- Vrs Not Yet Signed .Bridgeport gain Spoken Of For Polo. hippel, the Pawtucket man who with Sew Haven last year, nas in ordered to report. awtuck,et's "big three" is causing e or the managers to become aux- and already Brockton is looking nd for talent to strengthen. Tim ves and Heffernan have been ap- jached. The meeting of the Southern Sew pgland league which was scheduled fr last evening was postponed until irtday night in order to give the bhedule committee more time to pre- hre its report. John Roberts, whose leg was broken r a horse's kick, is improving as rap- Sly as can be expected. The big fel- pw may: not start off with the first fhistle but. he undobtealy will be m le game early. Fred Doe, manager of the Lewiston. lub, was in this c.y yesterday in otnpany with Billy Murray who holds fr&nehise at Springfield. Doe says hat the prospects are bright in the ine Tree state. Pawtucket Times. Although the National circuit has n- made up to include ppnngneiu there is still a possibility that the Massachusetts city will not have the ame. Mr Murray is wise and he 't taking too long chances. Pa w ket Times. rge E. Harrington and Charles Messer are both good men for the e positions and if there is - a ce for appointment they should iven that chance. -Each man un- itands the business as he has been ough the mill before. Despite the fact that the National passed a resolution awarding Hipaon to Jacques, Doe asserts that "Hippy" will stick to him. . As predicted Doe has landed on his feet in Liewiston and the former Waterbury rusher . may play there or be sold to Murray. Paw tucket Tbjies. Some' of the papers persist in sayT ing that Dae has been fixed at Lewis ton, if that is so the rules should be so made that exchanging of players as the season is ending should be pre sented. Murray" and Doe are pretty .arm friends and they should be opped from, all suspicious work. btbing has been heard from Billy ons -since his Irip yto Massachu- s. . If there are "layers up that y who want good fcalaries 'he will let them, because heps considered as ralght a man as tlure is in the busi- pss.r- It -in-time, lxiwerer'-tliiit some ling definite was known as to Wa- rbury : and Mermen. According to reports coming from awtucket it might be just as well keep a watch on Springfield. It lay come to pass that now that Doe as been defeated in the meeting of lie directors of the league he will bake an effort to kill the game in Con- ecticut. He was desperate at that eeting on Sunday and periiaos he ill look for satisfaction. If some of the interested ones down Bridgeport' could only be induced get a rink down there what an ad- tioa that would make to the league. lie sporting writers should take up e matter and boom it. Springfield uld be dropped then if any funny me was being played and we would ,re m. much lietter circuit. It would X cost very much to put up a rink Tiding and it could lie done easily H the latter part of November. "1. T , A , J . A 1 v ruiii in two games, l-i to 4 ana 4 respectively. The Eagles would o challenge any team in the state F(jre players' age average 17 years, ,ey win piay a return game. Ad- pvm, ' ' TTrra team is as follows: First rush. leiroDm; secud rush. P. Lynch; een- X- T. 1. 1 .1,.. ,.1- x : . . nv anoyeTisuo and captain, J. Rivers. lb'. ivi.T' . The T. -M C. A. basketball lea erne fcvlll open the reason on Saturdav bight ot neatoweek. Two games will Jbe played.' There are eight tea nis in he league; -The rivalry between the piayers or the different teams is in tense though friendly. It is said that pvaterbury . High school has been in ited to nave an eleven In the Hold ana it doubtless will. Thev have some excellent, candidates for flieir earn sucn as ttyrnes. wo-i3trH an.i A. Gook Sanderson and Culhane, The xugH scnooi wmi aiso attemnt to hard a polo team in the amateur eagfle this year. , Last year tliev swiawi oue late in tne season whit, ough It played only a few fit miMi howed it. wast. mda 1 i... aliber: its defeat of thv crnek kw Britain team being clean and decisive, three of the old nlavei-a nn jHU in ishool, E. Byrnes. Ted- and Louis Denver., uennis Murray is being con- worktxl as manager.. He would make B. NoeUent one as he is a close fol eount op. the favorite winter past- He can have the nomination If m xf uesires, r ' ' ' " NO RIOHT TO UGLINESS, iTbe woman wh - )rw and temper will lwavs have ai we who would be attrac- T v must keen her hth re h t ak, alckly and all ran down, she will . wrTom ana irniaoie. if h0 nas aiiS-ation or kidney trouble, her Jm. week, ut tions and a wretched complex etftMHHi tn wnrlrl tn i-i.ffiilQtA x. btid kidneys, and to purify the w"iwij grrra strong nerves, bright fftewootn, veivery sKln, rich- cr.. western it will make a good-looktn? I woman or a rnn-aown im Mid arey r.o cents at O: L. Dexteh lyvi Store. ""v CHECKER TOUBMEY. TwcT'iawe, to Lengthening- List , in Barker-Jordan Match. ; Boston Oct 19. Two more draws were added yesterday to the lengthen ing list in the Barker-Jordan cham pionship checker match. Both were In the "Denny" opening, accounted a fairly even game, though not liked by most players with the blacks. Jordan has made extensive 6tudies of its possibilities, and opened up .an entirely new line in the first game that placed Barker in difficulties, though the latter escaped with a draw in rath er simple fashion. The opening game of the first of the series, according to the local experts, in which Barker has had Jordan guess ing. The position was complicated, few seeing a loophole for the Scotch man, but at a critical moment, he sim plified matters by a flve-for-flve shot that precipitated what is known as "Bowen's twins,"' one of a . few fre quently recurring positions in checkers. The position is made up of four men on a side, two ot each kings, and -o placed that if the poorer placed side has the move or a position an exceed- njlly delicate and critical draw ensues. but if the stronger side has the move he wins out of hand. The interesting point was that Jordan was forced to a point where he had that alternative or a loss. He was the weaker side and had the move and Barker, after a brief attempt to budge him. finally appeared to as sume that a player of Jordan's ' ca pacity knew the position well enough and consented to a draw. v The score of the match is now oisrht draws. - WORKING NIGHT AND DAY. The busiest and mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr King's New Life Pills. Every pill is a suffar- coated globule of health, that changes weakness into strength, listlessness into enersry, brain fag into mental power. They're wonderful in building up health. Only 25 cents per box. Sold by G. L. Dexter & Co MORNING STAR'S STRONG FINISH Young Western Billiardist Beat Galla gher by Sensational Run. New York, Oct 19. In the fourth match of the handicap billiard series in Maurice Daly s academy last nitrht. Tom Gallagher, the veteran shortstop. ana ura Morningstar, the young west ern nunardist. taeed each other. The match was for a purse of $200. Morn ingstar won the contest, the final score being 2.0 to .'!S2. i.anagner was in superb stroke and began to open up a winning streak in the seven: j inning, in which he eath ered a. cluster of fifty-seven buttons. we speedily forged ahead of his handi cap of 1;.0 points with runs of 21, 78 ana 47, all on brilliant nursing. Morn iii.i, it- u run 0i vs In tne tentn inning, and then went up in the air, missing tne easiest sort of shots. He came up strong at the finish, however with a sensational mis of 73 and won. WITH THE HORSES. IT. , 1 1- . . - r , . m. iiuyuir, .uass, (fci ah. I'lin rnces at Springdale park yesterday were full ot interest and some good heats were trotted. Chelsea won the 2:10 pace in fast time, trotting one heat In 2!l-t Diavalo won the 2:14 pace in straight iieats, ana calamity took the unfin ished 2:23 class. C. M. Gardner of At tleboro was thrown from his sulkv and badly, injured by a horse which stenned on his face. There were two or three minor accidents. Boston. Oct 19. With the unfinished race from Wednesday there were four eents on the card yesterdav at Sau gus. (.oral Berry, the favorite in the trot, won the hist two heats and got dizzy in the third. When the horse got tne word in the fourth heat .she. was in the second row. At the quar ter pole . she made a break and fell down and died. Demarest drove the first two heats and then asked to be taKen down. Titer was substituted - uik luiru neat Marsn was put in me piace or lvnapp behind Harrv lhe latter won. The judges reserved tneir decision m the case of Knann Doble, who was accused of pulling Art aico on .xuesuay. was yesterday rein siatcti oy tne judges. i.onaon. oet 10. At the first day's lacing or the Sundown Park autumn meeting yesterday the Sandown foa c , .i i -. . ,... . i . . . - oiunc-o, iui iiii-e-.M-;ii-oiis. was won by Sir R. Afflek's bay colt Admiral j.- ey. iorii Kosenery s colt Cateran -ir j .in-ie s coit Malidi were second and third respectively. This event is ot u.nuo. sovereigns for the nominator of the winner. 100 sov ereigns for the owner and .50 sov ereigns for the nominator of the ser ond, and 75 sovereigns for the owner and 25 sovereigns for the nominator of the third horse; for three-year-olds distance about a mile and a quarter entrance, 1 sovereign. The Great Sapling via te (twenty-sec ond year. was captured bv Mr Theo bald's Volodyovskiwith Lester Reu in the saddle. J. D. Warden's Ai, atb ridden by "Skeets" Martin, took second place, and Lord Melton, the property of J. Musker. with Ma her, in the sad- nie. was tmra. . This race is of 1.000 sovereigns, the second horse to receive. 100 sovereign and the third fifty sovereigns out of the plate; for two-yenr-old colts; dis tance, five furlongs. In the race or the" Herhiitage plate J: B. Duke s iStamina, ridden by Rigby, the. American jockey, beat . Lord Wil limu Beresford's Yumboe,' ridden by Johnnie Iteiff, another American rider This race is of 200 sovereigns; for three-year-olds and upward: entrance three sovereicrusr lt wlr- -.. - -rt auction for .1,000 - sovereigns; ;the second horse to l-fceive tlv..u-,iviuu out of the race; distance) one mile. BBOOKLYNS ARE CHAMPIONS. They Defeat Pittatjor'Md Winj ; ke Cup Offered for the Contest. ' Pittsbufe. Oct 19. The Brooklyn clnb by defeating Pittsburg yesterday ., job .1 .. t nnnostn'e won tne cup onerea im a jjubl dchou" series here. The champions took four of the five games played. Mayor Diehl will present the prize to the win ner to-morrow. The betting on tne se ries was heavy and there was some grumbling because - Brooklyn used Howell instead of McGiunity on Wed nesday after announcing that the iron man would pitch. The score: PITTSBURG.- - R. H. PP. A. E. Leach. If 0 0 3 0 0 Beaumont, cf 01 1 0 0 Ritehey, 2b .11 2 1 0 Wagner, rf 0 2 4 0 O O'Brien, lb 0 0 8 0 0 Williams. 3b At 11 0 0 O'Connor, c . ." 0 1 0 0 0 Ely. ss 0 1 2 0 1 Leever. p. 0 I 1 1 1 Waddell. p 0 1 O 0 0 Zimiuer. c 0 0 5 0 .'a Schriver 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 1 0 27 8 3 BROOKLYN. R. H. PO. A. E. Jones, cf 2 1 4 0 0 Keeler. rf 0 0 1 0 .0 Jennings, lb 1 1 10 o 0 Kel'ev. If 0 1 2 O O Cross. 3b ..12 0 t5 0 Dahlen, ss . . . 1 1 4 0 0 Farrell, c 0 1 6 0 0 McGinnity, p 0 0 0 3 0 Totals .G 8 27 11 0 Schriver batted for Waddell in the ninth. Pittsburg 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 01 Brooklyn 1OOS 1 1 00 06 Summary: Stolen bases, Jones, Lee ver. Dahleii, Cross, Zimnier, Ely; two- base hits, Daly, Ritehey, Jennings, Ely; sacrifice hit, Keeler; struck out, by Waddell 4, by McGinnity 4; "first base on balls, off Leever 1, off McGinnity 1; passed balls, O'Connor, . Zimnier; umpires, Hurst and Swartwood; time, 2h 10m; attendance, 2,200. YALE PITCHER TO WED. Engagement of Walter F. Carter to Brooklyn Girl Is Announced. New Haven. Conn. Oct 19. Yale's most celebrated base ball pitcher, Wal ter F. Carter, yesterday announced his engagement. He will wed next winter Miss Grace C. Ackley. who lives in No 41 New York avenue, Brooklyn. Miss Ackley is a Brooklyn society girl. Mr Carter has been practicing law in New York city since be was graduated from Yale five years ago. Carter's old catcher. Lieutenant Jack Greenway, of the "Rough Riders, has just recovered from an attack of ap pendicitis, leaving the hospital and going into business in Pittsburg. The fast time record for the season, if not in the history of base ball, -was made by Chicago and Milwaukee this year, an hour and three minutes elaps ing from the gong to the last man out in the ninth inning. Exchange. In order to equalize matters, there fore, and make base ball in Brooklyn next year a source of interest to the public, the four club owners are think ing seriously of disposing of several of their crack players, and Incidentally they will give the Cincinnati, club a chance to secure a first-class captain and manager, if Magnate Brush chooses to buy him. On several occa sions this season "Foxy Ned'J Hanlon tried Tom Daly on first base, with the result that Daly showed that he could play the bag m a most acceptable man ner. Nothing was thought of the move nt the time, but it is now said that Hanlon's plan is to play Daly at first base next- season and make him cap tain of the champions. In that event both Joe Kelley and Hugh Jennings will be placed upon the market. Both of these men are drawing $3,000 sal aries. aniteni. by the way, which the ftrooKiyn ciuo intends to greatly re duce before another year. If Magnate Brush wants either Kelley or Jennings ho can make a deal, but a good, stiff price will be asked for eithpr player's release. -Whether th Philadelphia club will make n bid for Jennings to play first base and captain the team or not is not known. Joe Vila in Cincin nati Comnierlcal Tribune. HOLY CROSS SPORTS. v orcester. Oct 19. The fourth an nual field sports of tlye Holy Cross College Athletic association were held at the Worcester Oval Wednesday J lie sophomore class won most points, Sullivan, MoynHlan and Red dy scoring almost all that this class got. John F. Murphy, .1901, succeed ed in getting the , largest number of points individually -in the college de partment. Murphy is the best all around athlete at Holy Cross and was captain of the relay team lu,1899. Captain Jeremiah Moyuihan came In second. John Sheehan won the cup ottered to tne nest athlete in the pre- pacatory department' In the mile run, Henify, who is a novice in track athletics, showed up well, getting first place. 'He took second place in the two mile. . v - r. PREVENTED A TRAGEDY. Timely information given . Mrs George Lone, of New Stmltsville, Ohio prevented a terrible tragedy end savvd two lives. A. frightful cough had long kept her awake every night. , Siie had tried many remedies-and doctors but steadily grew worse , until urged; to jtry Dr Ki uk's New Discory.' OSo bot tle-wholly cured her, and : she writes this marvelous medicine also cured Mr Long of a severe attack -of-Pneumonia Such cures are. positive proof et the for curing all throat, chest an-V lun? troubles. Only 50c and $1.00. " Every I bottle guaranteed, una bo ties free t at G. L, Dexter Co'a Drug Store, fw mmm Frank Erqe's ; Business-Like Challenge to McGovern. . He Has Posted $500 to Meet Terry at 133 Pounds Ringside-- McCoy Is Wanted by Several Bookmakers Dare Sullivan Has a Yellow Streak When It Comes' to, Business Con McVey Biting Instead of Boxing, (,of H the challengers of Terry Mc Goveru none has gon about the mat ter .in the business-like manner of I-rank Erne, of Buffalo. He suddenly stopped the jabbering in which he had been Indulging at Buffalo and took a train for Chicago. AVith his manager, he arrived at the office of Lou House man, and. as money talks there, he de posited with Mr Houseman ?500 to bind a match between himself and Mc&overn. Terry Is now in Cinciu- bin, w a ,lnesf .e ws forwarded to him informing him of the action of fortself9 followinff re'Pt speaks "Received of Frank Erne five hun dred dollars f$5001 no on his challenge against Terry McGovern under the following t,.. Z.. agrees to meet Mon- ' i. pounds, weizhino- b, ..i.,.-., if? ZT ,ro ning articles, mlntl ?'"b fferlnsr the best inuce- air MTG0r n any (Signed) "ITT M. HOTTSEMAN " Providing straisrhf...." ... count, for anything, that cha imiki receive prompt attention. MORE ABOUT M'COY. Many stories have sm-,,,,., s Kid McCoy left for EngiandT TlieM est one is that he went awav he owed money to several hvm.i. at the racetracks. Last summer Mc Coy with a partner made a book on . 4. , !Ula n 13 understood mat be was hard hit Rpvii-ni n E(ldie Bnrke- tIje spoi'ting imunmaner. is tne tvid's larg- ?1,200. Other layers, it is reported mourn the Kid's absence for various tionfrmT$2 UP- Bmke s e"" she fil,? MrS Mo.Co,s statement when sue filed papers in a countersuit of di vorce against her husband as the man w?, en,r:,,ee'-p1 the Corbett-McCov battle, which she n,,J 1- 1 tfi ' "wum:ru as H ?, uo"ld make heavy wagers ail over the counfrv n ti, t chamnio,.. The snorts do not nlace anv credence in the stories that MeCov Tft Amencn i OI.(lpr to voM Rny trnnh(i Tiom nlleared credifore Ti .m. lieve tl.pt i- r,t awav to'avoid his wife's s.H for rt.-oree. which will soon come up for trial. CON M'VEY IN TROUBLE. -mui-necked "Con" v... .... gilist who jumped into the ring two ;r clw" woke up the fight be iLs- thepoinTof Rir 'V K, u Wlrn attempting to t 8 -"Tv11 -aisned flnrl iUa s., .. ... v 11 ,7.:ii "gainst him was of Tr. ,V: ".iT . 1 TUat Tne complainant tn th: ,nw " lAe. Prevention in ti ooo i V , " " Mcey -"-as held in $1,000 bail. MeVev is n i,t fi,i f-n , . . -i - "l''S"ff niore than 200 .7 1,1,.' " J.""" PPeai-ed 7 nomas Clinton, a por ter In the Herald Sqnore hotel. Com .....v,i ..mi jiciey ne is anvermv. Tl 'Z r' "K aroused the indignation ,h. S. ,.e' Vvll or"ei'ed that e 1Ssued for the twenty witnesses who Clinton said saw the assault. Clinton said that McVev and two .other men were standing in ., notei yesterday morning ....... ,K,.V aressed man passed ,u not loos like a tramp. t- n siopneq ny the jirize fighter ....ii ..is iiiiTKis.fina asked if he "want- a .mil. mo i;iswered "ves" n,. l.v MeVev told him to go into the' ho h i, iur? ue would get work as n nov ter. Clinton overheard this mislead mg information, and intercepted the iiiiin as lie started into the corridor " told him." said Clinton in court, "tha u ne went inside He would only be put out; thft hp wns so poorly dressed he would be tnken for a tramp He u . -i went, hack to tlie bote .uc ev roiiowed me in. He struck at mo with all his nnVl.t t ,i.i.i and the blow landed on my chest. Then .icey inrew nimself on nie and bi me nn the left ear." Mneistvnte Cov neii leaned forward and looked at Clin ion iM,--i-aiei ,ear. "Do you mean to snv ie ecininied with fi-ont vehe fence, "that tt.is treat linlk bit "-on on ""' pv Irjft- thTt marie?" Thnt'x whntM,l,rt vU-'- "Then." said Mori --nte. Cornell. "T'U hold him in SI 000 of mf'ipni. And T v-ont v tn r,noi bv his fvnmli, T wnnt t. of'. It t. Pee t It tlt von n'd n ns-spo fli-d here ti-mnvi-rti.-" At.v- "lorlit rf Vovaiyil'm. "JO 190? in fl-rt T on- tl't.'. -"-Ii.. .TfliMo- IVr.tt nn.l "o'l"" Blovlp- mot " n 1 1,0-1 1,I.01',, . . 4h wpq fT-1 tpd " l.r, -r-'n,- with a previous arrangement. SULLIVAN'S YELLOW STREAK. As an excuse for dodging a match with McGovern. David Sullivan said: ftrry bis a show on the road, yon know, and the announcement that he has been matched with me will boost his gate receipts, and he and his man ager both know it, I want to fight him, but he will have to show me the color of his money before I believe he will face me in the ring. I posted a forfeit of $1,000 to-da-y-With a Louis ville man to guarantee a. match with McGovern and he wilt have to put up that amount before. I sign." McGov ern's manager sends in this hot upper cut to the CorHonian: "My $100 bet Dave Sullivan is" "afraid to fight McGov ern- still holds good. What do you think of that fellow's jierveY we wants to dictate to the champion, ana pretends to be anxious for a fight. He's quitter and wants to duck away riom errv's game after he gets a little ehean advertising out of it.- W hen the people of Louisville get onto' bis doee they will tnke him and toss mm imu the river. He wanted jfcRovwi to ;m- ne n fake match w-t mm. u would not fight unless Terry- let libn stay a certain number of vounns. ms ttemnt to fake with Tim Callaunn has not yet been forgotten by the nnh- and he had better lav nniet it ne c not want to fight MeOnvern on tlie level. We have conceded every thing to Sullivan in bones or lorcum him into a match, but that yellow streak croos out in him and he wiggles out of a match when he sWr a ffood drubbing in store for him. I positive ly refuse to post my money anywhere but with the Enquirer. Sullivan must think we are a lot of suckers. He 'as had his way. and now we are go- . -. n- Kfa '1 1'O ing to nave uui-s, ".. m not In any way acting unfair." " ON THE GRIDIRON. The Teams Have Not Yet Got Down to Real Work. ' u. At a meeting of the delegates of the Hnnnecticnt Interscholastic league -.in New Haven yesterday the resignation of the Suffield High school as a mem ber of the league was read and ac cepted. It was voted to continueVihe league for this year at least with six schools in it. The game between Mer- iden and New Britain scheduled to take place at Meriden was transferred to November 3 at New Britain. This change was made so as to make the aehednle a little more uniform. The duration of the halves was changed from 35 to 25 minutes. Henry M. Bat ters of this city was appointed a referee for the game between Bridgeport and Hillhouse at New Haven on October Jesse Devine was present at the meeting as delegate for the Waterbury High school. Ithaca. Oct 19. Cornell bad a few cripples yesterday, and in view of the game with Union on Saturday tne var sitv was sent through only ugnt prac tice. In the two halves the first team scored twice, but the scrubs were able to make several sains through the line. Alexander was in the scrim mage for the first time this week, and made his presence felt all of the time. Philadelphia. Oct 19. A week ago we would have beaten Columbia 30 to 0, but after yesterday's exhibition we mav lie the beaten party."; So spoke Coach Woodruff after yesterday's se cret practice of the Pennsylvania eleven.- He was very much discour aged and said that the team had taken a decided slump and that Saturday's Columbia game was now an uncertain ty. " . - Cambridge. Oct 10. Harvard s 'var sity eleven was played to a. standstill once more by the second eleven in yes terday's practice, each side scoring one touchdown. Burnett, last year's cen ter rush, who was in the line-up fo the first time, was put in at right guard on the 'varsity, Roberts again having a chance at center. With .Eaton a left tackle and the three in' condition Harvard would have the heaviest line of any college eleven. The practice was the longest, thirty-minute halves, and the hardest of the season. New Haven. Oct 19.-yiriie Vale coaches shook up the center 'of''!tho line yesterday afternoon. Olcbtt, the veteran rusher, was played at center on the college team. Holt, the sub center, took Olcott's place. The change caused Olcott to get up -bis fighting blood and to put up a.j'a'ttling game. He made it hot for IfdH.-'his rival, and the 'varsity halfbacks did not often get by him. Holt got rattled and passed in a most erratic manner. Sometimes he shot the leather high over the heads of the Jiacks and then he rolled it back to the quarter. Raf ferty, the Andover boy. had hi.s first trial. He played end on the college team, but got hurt and did not get a chance to get over his sta?te fright. Princeton, N. J.. Oct lO.rn fwo fifteen-minute halves the Prfncefem foot ball team struggled with tli?n scrub eleven yesterday afternoon and were beaten at almost every point. In the first half the scrubs, by hard- line play ing, carried the ball to tlWinv-arsity's five-yard line, where they IoHt"it on a fumble. - In the next half the ball was given the scrub team, and they were coached in attacking the varsity's -defense, which resulted so disastrously for the latter team that two touchdowns were scored against them. TBi was the first time this season that the varsity's line has been broken for touchdowns'. New York, Oct 19. Haying watched the University of Pennsylvania team in actiou" against State college on Wed nesday, Coach Sanford of the Columbia 'vnrsity returned here convinced that if the Quakers db not improve by to morrow they will not enjoy the. ex pected walkover with the Blue and White. Sanford refused 'to say a word about Old renn, but, there was a feel iug of Increased "confidence. j in Colum bia's football headquarters nil .day. It would be absurd to say that Columbia, ! A Great Display of Woolens. Suits, Overcoats and Trousers $ Made to Your Order. Fit, Style, Price Guaranteed $ GUS ALD, Successor to Scfiwarz Tailoring Co., Over Chase's Millinery Store. : EXCHANGE PLACE. Entrance next to Lake's Drug Store I '1' '3 'S1 4' !t' after the beating administered, by Har vard, expects to win to-morrow, but the men say they are going to piay better football than they did at Cam bridge, which means that they will fight hard to keep the score down to small figures. FOOT BALL PLAYER EXPELLED. Herbert Cornwall, Crack Man on Wes- leyan Team, Guilty of Haaing. Middletown. Conn, Oct 19. The Wesleyan university faculty yesterday carried out its promise to make a sum mary example of the ring leaders m the recent hazing escapade In that in stitution. With as impressive exercis es as it could command, it publicly ex- nelled from the college Herbert Corn wall, one of the leading students ana ithletes. Cornwall's removal from Wesleyan was formally announced after morning prayers yesterday The faculty committee made a re port declaring that Cornwall was one of the leaders, and that it had decis ive evidence implicating four other members of the sophomore class, ine committee said that it had decided to reprimand publicly the other four stu dents, but would withhold their names till they are all present in chapel next week. Cornwall's expulsion is a serious blow to Wesleyan's foot ball interests as he was one of the strongest players on the team. A petition by prominent alumni to reinstate Cornwall w frowned down so severely by the ultv that it will not be circulated erally for presentation to that body. BROWN TEAM CONFIDENT. Chicago. Oct 19. Brown university's football team, 21 strong, which arrived in Chicago yesterday afternoon, will be in good condition to meet the Uni versity of Chicago team at Marshall field to-morrow, in what will probably be one of the hardest fought games in this city this season. , . The visitors are confident of vic tory. , The Brown team had some difficulty in securing a field 'practice, and was not able to get to work till almost dark. Coach Robinson says the men have gained about five pounds in flesh on their trip and that will have to be worked off. Wheeler and AVads, who have exchanged places at quarter and center, have only had three days for practice at their new positions.- and their strength is somewhat problema tical. The weight of the two teams is the same, both averaging 173 pounds. The Brown coaches are banking a great on the showing made against Pennsylvania last Saturday. The style of play of the two teams will be somewhat similar, as both are light and play a fast game, with frequent attempts at end runs. Both elevens will lie given secret practice to-morrow before the final test. MISSING PARTS OP BODY FOUND No Doubt Now That Victim Was the Missing Farmer Bailey. Lynn, Mass,' Oct 19. The entire body of George B. Bailey of North Saugus. who was murdered about Oc tober , now is in the possession of the Lynn police, and has been posi tively "identified. The missing head ind arms were found by the police in dragging Glenmere floating bridge pond" yesterday afternoon. These were taken to a local undertaker's rooms and there identified by person?! who knew Bailey well. John C. Best, who is held on suspic ion of having committed the murder, was confronted with the head, but all he would say was that he thought it might be Bailey's. 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