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NORWICH BULLETIN, 'MONDAY, , OCTOBER 29, 1917
INSURANCE !-v INSURANCE I FOR EVEHYTH1NQ U INSURABLE J. L. LATHROP A SONS v8 8ht(iokat Stroot Nerwleh, Conn. BnMm srttorrHv, xpart. mi-vTm, you secure INSURANCE here that means REAL MONEY PROMPTLY after the Rest by .naortng throu0h ISAACS. JONES Insurance mnd Real Estate Aoent Richards' Buildina 1 Main 8fcl BURGLARY INSURANCE -IN- The Travelers Insurance Co. B. P. LEARNED & CO. Agency Established May. 1845. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Brown & Perkins, 1 IliniQfSnUV Over Thames Nat. Bank, Shetucket St. Entrance stairway near to Thames National Bank. - Telephone 38-8 AERIAL ATTACK 8AVES DAY Tilt With Yale Cubs Ends In 7-7 Tie Forward Pass Mystery to the Ell Youngsters. Outclassed practically every minute at the first half in the Bowl yester day afternoon, unable ta advance the ball in plunges into the line ana equally weak In withstanding their opponents' smashing charges, the Pennsylvania freshmen suddenly un covered a bewildering aerial attack against the young EHs, which took them off their feet and kept them there In the closing moments of the game and finally succeeded in getting a 7-7 draw decision for .their day's work. . The home guard started right out to do things to the visitors when the game opened and the apparent extra weight in the xeue backQeld told heav ily against the Pennsy cubs. Within a few minutes of the opening of the hostilities a series of plays had brought the ball down to within 40 yards of the Penn goal and French ed?but forTun? ww& and after a series of drives against the Blue line, which netted very little, there was some rough stun of lumping on a Tale man after being downed and Penn found itself lined up on its two- yard line after the ensuing penalty The opportunity for a score was bright, but there was a fumble in the Tale backneld ana Penn recovered the bail. Shortly after the period ended. but the Tale drive swung Into action directly after the start of the second quarter and fortune seemed still with the Blue. Especially after Scully had jumped up and blocked Miller's punf on tne .f ennsyrvanians zu-yara cnaik line. A forward pass to DTI worth netting four . yards, a smash by Dins that landed him on the six-yard mark, a Ilungo into center by French that t-.'aced the hall on the two-yard mark and a couple of attempts by Baker put the leather right on the line. French also kicked the goal. There was a marked change In the Penn eleven when it took the field In the second half and the walkover Tale men looked for didn't materialize. The visitors stopped butting their heads into the Tale line and began to shoot forward passes. i ale apparently wasn't very well prepared to takt care of this method of attack and the Penn men met with so much success they kept up the stuff. The points that balanced the tally came in the lourtn quarter. A forward pass from Rosetsky to Peters had failed, but one to Miller netted half a dozen yards np in the .center or tne Held. Miller threw an other. 'but this went bad. Then one was hurled by Rosetsky to Zlucher ana Miller dashed up for his Interfer ence. The combination worked beau tifully and Zoucher had covered 30 yards before he went down.. The ball. however, was on Tale's 35-yard line nd Penn lined up for the next play full of confidence. Instead of mixing up the plays Ro setsky. was (riven the ball asraln bv the quarterback and he threw another forward pass. Miller had shifted way over to the other side of the line and was lying well back for the ball. He took it and dashed 26 yards for a touchdown, shaking off his tacklers right behind the Yale goal posts. Then he kicked the goal and the score was seven all. The game ended shortly after. SATURDAY FOOTBALL RESULTS, At Franklin Field. PhOadslptil KtUbunh 14. At Annxpolls. M3. Vary 9, Hera-ford . At West Point. N. T. Amxr 21 . VlllAnora. T. At RaaawR. If. H. Dartmoutll 11. Kew Hamp- azurtr v. At STrmcMB. W. T. Brnoum W. TofU . At PirnldeocB. B. X. Brown T. O0H1U (. At Ithaca. N. T. Cornell 1 SO. BuekneU 9. At Waahlntim. D. C Geofsctawm it. Vlr- mla FolTteebnle' niffUtnts A. At Booth Field. Kew York WUHamj , CbtmB- 01a 0. At rorthun Plaid. Kew Tor Bnters SS. Txrra hmm At Baltimore. Ud. Carll&le. ' 15. 7oboa) Bop- Kmm t. At ijtt, Uua. Caanp Derane Brlcad a. Bar ward a At Ohio Field. New Tar Mew Tork TTniTenltv v. unm a. At Worcester. Mia. Hoty Crete IS, Bbeo Xa- land state 0. At Ifcw Tfavcn. rr tt- T. Tale Preehmen r. At Princeton. X. J. PrrcoetOH (Mknai IS, rancr e. At Ann Arbor. KtctL Uchlcaa M, Nebraska At State CoUrse. Pa. Weet Virginia Wealeru T. Pennrrania Stale 8. At Eaaton. Pa Muhlenborr lVafevetta 0. A Cambridge. Mi Harrard yraatanua (S. Woreoeter Acadnrjr 7. At CUnton. K. T. Hamilton 14, Boeneetar a At Xwtstoo. M& Bowdoln IS. Bates 0. At Amhrnt. Mae. Amlftnt 14. WedeTan a At Bajtronl. Conn. Trloltjr 65. Company A. Signal Corps ft. At Smith Bethlehem. Pa. LrhlSh SS .rfrfl n Valler 7. At Rwarthmaes flwarthmore I. Tnujata and Itar- KI9U O. At ConmrCDe. Pa. Trnemi. a airt-l-rM - At Bea-rer Pails. Pa Germ 0. Waablugtoa and As Orooo. Kev Vitas f. Oothr . At BprlnrnrM. " Spnngflald SS. At 3?7v W- "psalaer !. St. lAwreaes a At Hobokm. N. S. Sienna Aft. utMiriM- JT At Plttaborsli. Pa. Camaaio Technical . Allsssay At Aitdtmr. Mass. Andoeer T. HarraM Radio T. AALeilntrtot-, ?.--Waablnstoa ssd Ls 2S. KortB fseWrne AnU T. At Trenton Hi-rrtord Mm) n. IaeiwreitlH . At Wbobbb. K J Prlneeten T. S07th Field Affl'sis. frora Camp Dti, a 1 N. F. A. Meets First Defeat of Season Hartford Team Piles Up 46 Not Score N. F. A. Fumbles Costly Red and White , Cracked in Last Quarter When Hartford Subs Scored 27 Points -Eastwood of Norwich and Suisman of Hartford Starred U. of P. Shows Unexpected Strength in Game With Pittsburgh. ' Saturday afternoon th AeadMRT team met Its ftrat defeat of the sea son at the bands of the strong Hart ford High school eleven. While the local team was hopelessly outclassed Hartford's score should not have been nearly as large as It was. At times it seemed as if the jv. F. A. hacks w" ' Playln with a greased ball and center helped make victory easier for ud oc -avje as was expected or him. but never' theless he played a line game. The Academy put up a good fight nntll the last quarter when they suddenly seemed to go to pieces. Hart- forcf soared St points in the final period while It seemed as It the Aca demy players just chased them around the field. Captain 'Eastwood at half back and Kosloskl at guard were the shining lights in an otherwise dark day' for N. F A. - The machine-like team work of the visitors was in strong contrast to the futile aid given the local backs ny their forwards. The only play that N. F. A. used with any kind of success was the lateral pass. Hartford lost over fifty yards in penalties while the N. !F. A. record was clean In that respect. First Cttrartor. N. F. A. kicked off. Hartford downed 1 .a .1 II Tt .4 .3 J I first down then, on a series of runs ine oau was carried over me in.. j . A. line for a touchdown. Flailed to kick goal. Hartford kicked off. N. F". A. had hall on her 40 yard line. Hartford penalized 6 yards for offside. I N. I A. on fumble lost 20 yards, but I recoverea Daii. xn, jr. a. again .ium FOR PEN N FRESH I ESI bled and Hartford recovered ball. After a number of rushes Hartford on the fourth down tried a forward pass which was caught by N. F. A, FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SATURDAY'S MARKET. I Buoyant Uprush of Shippings Was a Feature of the Session. New Tork, Oct. 27. Short covering, prompted In large part by the un doubted success of the Liberty Loan, together with a buoyant uprush in shippings, were the chief features of today's brief but very active session of the: stock exchange. The inquiry for Bteamsnip snares, es- pecially Marine preferred, at an ad vance of 10 1-8 points to 104. with f- ? J2. 3 R L overshadowed all other movements, but eveov division of the list with one or two unimportant exceptions par ticipated in the rise. - Steels made ud - most of the early week's reversals at further gains of 1 - 3 points, coppers responded in sim- ilar measure with the more active equipments and the varied groups of war and semi-war stocks including oils, sugars, leathers and motors, were higher by 1 to 4 points. . . Even the utilities were Inclined to shake off their depression, Consolidat ed Gas, People's Gas and American Telephone rallying 1 to about 3 points. Rails were consistently nrm to strong, improvement among the repre sentative stocks averaging l to i points, both Canadian Pacific and Union Pacific reflecting substantial buying. Brooklyn Transit was the only marked exception to the general advance, falling three points to the new minimum of 50 4-8. - "Pan Handle." "a Pennsylvania railroad sub sidiary, lost 7 3-4 poins on one saie. Final quotations were within fractions of the best sales. Sales amounted to 945,00(1 shares. , Bonds were , irregular on more di versified offerings, the Liberty Issue I holding at 99.92 to 99.96 sales (par value) were $4,125,000. United States registered Z's declined 1-4 per cent, on call during the week STOCKS, Sties. High. XjOW. .9 10 Arr RirmelT 9 800 Alaska Gold M '334 100 AlaiSta Juneau ' 3 500 AlUe Chalmers 21 100 Allla Cbal pr 75 400 Am Beet Sugar 77H 3 S 2114 55 77 il (Sla 12H 51 11 444 59T4 S4V4 5!) 14 85 105 59 113 4414 1354 45 93 -i POM, 75 77 1800 Am Can 43 43 600 Am Car a T 074 2O0 Am H a 1 1214 - 67 12 2100 Am H a 1m pr 65 55 11 100 Am Ice 11 - 100 Am loo pr 44 44 900 Am Int Corp 60 200 Am Unseed :. 24' 400 Am Locomo 1 5914 60 24 59 ST 00 Am Smelting 87 87 409 Am Sugar 107 800 Am Sumatra. . . . 5914 500 Am Tel a Tel 11414 200 Am , Woolen 44 4 100 Am zinc 13 100 Am zinc pr. ....... ... 45 106 59 114 44 13 45 61'GO Anaconda. 6414 64 93 90 105 500 Atchison 93 200 Atchison pr 9014 6100 AO G ft W I . S900 AU G ft W I pr 103T4 10314 . so nsvi .. 63 61 .. S7 57 60 B3 TOO Bald looqmo 300 Bait &Ohlo 100 Bait an Ohio pr 100 Barrett Co. 400 Beth Steel 57 01 .. 61H .. 95 ... S" .. 86 ..100 1H 5 87 84 H 10014 5014 5 87 86 100 19100 Beth Steel B . 500 Beth S pr otfa 3400 Brooklyn R T 1600 Bums Bros 50 106 10414 106 19 -144 74 32 47 100 21 57 16 43 39 34 23 90 30 67 31 83 99 194 37 18 62 34 134 93 73 100 29 97 31 10 38 60 46 T 46 20 103 29 ir 84 81 103 119 32 19 87 46 31 11 27 . m 2 0 18 100 Butte ftSup 1914 1914 144 T3 31 i 46'4 100 2m .-.614 16 43v4 38 33 23 90 3014 66 4 3114 8214 99 194 37 18 26 34 132 93 73 994 28 96 31 10 38 60 tr. 7 40 5500 Can Pacific 14514 1000 Cent leather 7414 800 Cerro De Paaco 32 800 C M ft St P 4714 100 Chic ft N W ".100 00 C. B. X ft P ctfs ., 21 100 C. R I ft P 7 pet pr 57 400 Chile Copper 1634 1000 Chino Con Cop 44 500 Col Fuel ft Iron 39 900 Col Gas ftElcs 34 100 Col ft Sontbem 2314 800 Consol Gaa 9014 2700 Corn Products ....... 31 5200 Crucible Steel 68 800 Cobs Cane Sugar 32' 200 Cubs. Cane S pr ....... 83 100 Del ftHudsm 9914 100 DeL Lack ft W 194 1900 Diet Securities 88 u 1700 Brie 18 tM Erie 1 pr 1714 200 Gaston Wins. . 34 2000 Gen. Electric ........... .135 1600 Gen Mot Cop 95 ' 100 cfranny Ming ............ 78 100 Gt- Northern pr lot) 800 Gt. N. Ore Subs . 28 S00 Gulf B ' Steel . 97 100 Haskell ft Bark 3114 100 Int Agrleult ...... 1014 ivu ijh Agncuii pr 100 Int Har Corn ..60 46 - 7 .. 4T .. 30 -.104 .. 29 .. 17 .. 84 .. 81 ISOO Ins Copper 100 Interboro Con . 500 Inteb Con pr 12500 Int Mer Mar .... 67600 Int M .Mer pr .... 94 29 17 83 8000 int xnickel 100 Can City So TOO Kenneoott . 0 Lack Steel 100 Llg ftMrers pr 80 . .108 103 100 Ixxds ftNash. to Maxwell M Co. Its 119 32 19 87 46 31 11 27 .93 24 40 "18 31 100 Maxwell M 1 pr 19 86 46 31 11 .9". -24 40 13 909 -siex fetroi 1700 Mldrals Steel . 209 Miami Copper 100 M. ft St I, rw 6"0 Mo. Pacific 204 Nat Biscuit 6 Ofl Nat Cnnd C .. 09 Nat Enaro ft S 00 Ne C Copper Points While Local Team Could behind goal line. N. F. A.'s ball on 20-yard line. Unable to gain N. FT A, kicked,' Hartford oarrying the bail to N. F. A. 40 yard line, and -of first quarter. Score 6-0. 8eoond Quartan. On first play Hartford gained CO yards on forward pass, - then - after some rushes Hartford soot-ad. Hast ford punted out for a try at goal but the punt was not caught. Hartford kicked oft and N. F. A. was downed on her 20-yard line. N. F A. fum bied and Hartford recovered the ball. Hartford tried a forward pass which failed to work being caught by an N. F. A. player. Hartford penalised -B yards for fflslde. N. T. A. tried ' a forward pass which Hartford caught. Failing to gain Hartford tried a drop kick which failed. N. F. AJs ball on her 90 yard line. On an attempted forward pass Hartford caught the ball. End of first half. Score 12-0. . Third Quarter. Hartford kicked off. N. F. A. ball on her 20 yard line. Hartford pen alized 5 yards more for offside. K. F. A. made first down. On an at tempted forward pass Hartford got the ball and carried it to N. F. A. 20 yard line. Hartford after a few rushes, carried the ball over and kick ed the goal. Hartford kicked ofl, N. F. A. ball on her own 26 yard line. r. F. A. fumbled and Hartford got the ball. Hartford tried a. forward pass which N. F. A. caught on her own 40 yard line. Quarter ended! with the score 19-0. Fourth Quarter. N. F. A. tried a forward which was caught by Hartford. After a run of 80 yards Hartford fumbled ball and N. F. A. got it. N. F. A. failed to gain and Hartford got ball on downs. in a number of rushes Hartford car 100 X. T.. N. H ft H .; 200 ST. T. O ft Weet. 100 Xorf ft West. ...... 300 North. Padflc 1200 Oliio Cities Gaa 100 Ontario Stiver ' 500 Pacific Mall 3700 Perm R R w loo Peoples G ft C 100 P. Marquette 100 P. C C ft St L ... , 600 Pitta Coal 100 Pitts C pr new . . .. 500 Pitts ft W Va 100 du!ck4lTer 100 Quicksilver pr 140" Bay Con Cop 25i:o Reading 100 Reading 1st pr 900 Rsd I ft Steel 200 Savage Arms 1 100 Saxon oMtora 100 St. It tr s r 20 Khattltra A C 100 Sinclair Oil 600 Soutii Pacific , 19u Sdutiieni Ky 200 Stuoebaker 200 Superior Steel .... 500 Tenn C Chan. 500 Texas Co 300 Tobacco Prod 200 Under Type 2000 1'nion Pacific 100 Union Pac pr 1100 V. Cigar Stores 400 rnl By Int pt 500 U. S C I P ft F" ... 100 U. s. I Alcohol 100 V. S. I Alco pr 300 U. S. Rubber $2700 U. S. Steel 100 U. S. SKel pr 10400 Utah Copper ...... 100 Va Car Oicm 300 Wabash pr U 500 Westinghouse . 600 Wilson Co. 1000 Willys Overland 100 Wisconsin t'tu 100 Worth Pump . Total sales 326.080 shares. .27 27 27 . 20 20 . 20 .107 107 107 95 9.i 93 39 38 39 . 4 j 4 4 . 26 21 2 . 50 5 i0 .41 41 41 . 17 17 17 61 81 61', . 48 46 48 . 82 82 82 23 24 25 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 23 22 23 .75 731, 75 . 38 .18 38 81 81 81 61 61 61 7 7 7 17 17 17 21 21 21 35 35 5 83 87 88 28 X!m 27 10 39 40 37 37 37 13 13 13 147 14S'j 147 35 , 7,5 5.. 93 93 9" 120 119 120 751. 75 75 3 '4 93 16 16 13 13 .13 118 116 118 . 98 98 98 53 . 58 58 107 - 105 106 114 ,14 114 83 81 83 31 31 31 22 22 22 42 41 42 56 55 55 23 2i 23 40 401, 40 31 31 31 . LIVE STOCK IWARKET. Chicago, Oct. 26. Hogs. Receipts l.f00. Market steady. Mixed and butchers $14. 65 16.75, good and heavy J14.16.T0, rough heavy 14.60(g14.85; light $14.25iS16.45, pigs $10.3514; bulk $14.8516.40. Cattle Receipts 8,000. Market steady. Beeves 16.85 17; cows and heifers $5 12.15; stockers and feeders J6 $11.50; Texans $6.2 5(g) 13.85; calves, $8 15.25. Sheep. Receipts 6,000. Market strong. Native and western $8.75 $12.75; lambs $12.25176. Pittsburgh, Oct. 26. Cattle-Supply light. Market steady. Choice $11.75(8) 12.0, prime 11.7512.50, good $10.75 11.50, tid$r butchers $ 10 11. 00: fair $8 B9.50; common J75.d0; common to good fat bulls $6 9, common to good fat cows $89, heifers; t8.509.75, fresh cows and springers $60$9O. veal calves $16, heavy and thin calves $7cB 1C.50. Hogs receipts light double decks. Market higher. Prime heavv hogs 16.4016.S0, mediums, $116.10' heavy Yorkers $16.60g$16, light Tork frs $14.5016, pigs $140414.50, pigs $1414.50, roughs 131.40, stags $13 $15.40. .. Sheep and lambs. Supply light. Double decks. Market steady. Prime wethers $11.76, good mixed $10.50 11.25, fair mixed $8.50alO.2f, culls and common $57.75, lambs, spring lambs $16.60. Buffalo, Oct. 26. Cattle. Receipts 700. Market slow. Prime steers $13.76 14.75, butcher grades $611.76. Calves. Receipts 500. Market active. Cull to choice $515.60. Sheep, and lambs. Receipts 3,404. Market active. Choice lambs $16.60 17, cull to fair $115T16.25, yearlings 1314. eheep 611.76. Hogs. Receipts 3,400. Market ac tive. Torkere $T5616.25, pigs tl9 14.25, mixed $16.2516.40, heavy $16.50 ml6.T5, roughs $14.50T6, stags $18.50 gj4. MONEY. New York, Oct. 27. Mercantile pa per 6 1-2. Sterling 60 day bills 5.71 1-2; commercial 60 day bills on banks 4.71; commercial 60 day bills .70 7-8: de mand 4.75 1-4; cables 4.76 7-16. Francs, demand 6.73; cables 5.72. Guilders, de mand 43; cables 43 1-2. Lires, demand 7.81 l-z; cables 7.80 1-2. Rubles, de mand 13 3-4; cables 14. Bar silver 83 1-4. Mexican dollars 63. Govern ment bonds steady. Railroad bonds irregular. . COTTON. New Tork, Oct 27. Cotton futures closed steady. December 27.23: Jan uary 26.67; March 26.B2: May 26.60; July 25.90. Spot quiet- Middling: 28.60. mew lore, vet. Z7. cotton futures opened easy. December 27.56. Janu ary 26.80 to 26.60; March 26.S5; May 26.15; July 21.98. , CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. CORN Open. Hifh. Low. C3oss, Jc ... us, 1114 nan 118 .lan. ... 116 116 115 110 Mar ... ....113 113' 112 113 OATS . Dee. ... .... 88 58 58 - 58 Mar ... .... o t-it a . i ried ball over and kicked goal. Hart ford kicked off. X. F. A.'s ball on 35 yard line. Failing to gain N. F. A. attempted to kick but Hartford got the ball. Hartford made first down, gained 15 yards on forward pass, then rushed ball over again and kicked the goal. Hartford kicked' off. N. F. A.'s ball on 85 yard line. N. JT. A..' being unable- to gain, Bennett kicked to Suisman who ran 60 yards for a touchdown.- Kicked goal. Hartford kicked off the ball recovered by Ooeti who raivtfor the final touchdown. Fail ed to kick goal. After the- next kick off the game ended 4-6-0. Summary: N. F. A. ' . Hartford. Counihan . . .-. . ..-..'....! Klein Right end Kozlowaki... Wright Right tackle. R. Wilcox, Brend . . : -. . Kane Fowell Kignt guard Phillips Suplicki Tirrell . Oat . . . Brewer ' . Bennett Centre. Left guard Left tackle Left end Quarterback .. . . . . . Pike . . . Myers . .. Goetz . Suisman Nordlund Right halfback J. Wilcox- j . Fullback , Eastwood Ccapt) Herbert . . Davis Left "halfback -Score -46-0. RefereeHull. Head linesmen Houlihan. Umpire Alof sin. Timekeepers Walker. Case. U. OF P. BEATEN BY PITTSBURG ELEVEN Penn. Qt .Touchdown in Final Pe riod on -Boomeranq Forward Pass - Berry Stars for Quakers.' The University of Pittsburgh's great football machine did not work as smoothly as usual Saturday in the game against the University of Pennsylvania but th'i visitors won 14 to 6. Pittsburgh failed to show her strength until the third period, Pennsylvania rallying scored a touch down in the last minutes of play, largely 'through an intercepted for ward pass. - Pennsylvania's defense in the first period held Pittsburgh to spasmodic gains, while by a series of overhead passeR and end runs the Quakers ap proached within ten yards of Pittsburgh's- goal only to lose the ball on an intercepted pass. In the second period the playing was mostly -in Pittsburgh territory, each team in dulging, in considerable line plunging repeatedly losing the ball on inter cepted passes. ' Jn the third period, Pittsburgh, ob ' taining the ball on her own ten yard f line on the klckoff, carried it back by. Jshort runs snd line plunging to Penn j sylvania's thirty-yard line, McLaren aomg most or the carrying. Here the hall was passed to MeCarter for a forward pass. Poor tackling by Penn sylvania failed - to- stop the play and MeCarter tossed a pretty pass to Carl son who shot over the ten yards of tt-rritory before downed. Pittsburgh's second touchdown -followed, when Berry's punt was blocked, a Pittsburgh player falling on the ball one yard from the goal line. Mc Laren easily carried it over. ' In the final period, both sides re sorted largely to the aerial game. Ber ry tried a field goal frofji the 37yard line but failed by inches. Later A. Wray intercepted a forward pass and planted the ball on Pittsburgh's sev en yard line. Three - rushes against Pittsburgh's heavy line put It across for Pennsylvania's only score, Straus making the touchdown ' - YALE INFORMAL OPENS. SEA80N WITH VICTORY New. Haven Eleven. Beats Loomis In stitute Team Score 7 to 0. Tale sent its Informal eleven into the first game of the season, meet ing and defeating the Loomis Institute team at Windsor,, Saturday, 7 to 0. The Tale aggregation contained thret members of the .varsity' squad last season, Fullback Charley Stewart, Guard Vorys and Tackle Sidenberg. They outweighed the Loomis prepara tory school players, who. nevertheless, gave them a scare during the first five minutes of play, when Crawford, left end, seized a long pass'from Full back Ford and raced 50 yards, being brought down at the Yale five yard line. The Yale rush line stiffened and the ball was wrested from the academy players on downs. The Ell goal was not again threatened. Yale registered. "thp only touchdown of the game in the third period when, after a series of short gains, the ball was brought ( to the Loomis 10 yard line and Wayland, the Yale end, took the ball on a short forward pass from Quarterback Smith and dodged across 'the line. Head Ccach Brides 'did not accompany the . Yale Informal eleven here as the game - was .regarded as a. purely practice affair, while Bride is devoting his attention to the Ta!.! freshmen, who are a -stronger combi nation than the team which came to Windsor. The - Loomis eleven is cap tained by Arthur -Howe. Yale's former cantain and head coach. McLean of Loomis was the only player compelled to retire through. In Jury. HARVARD INFORMAL AND DEPOT BRIGADE TIE Crimson Tsam Meets Unexpected Op -position at Ayei Hard Fought Bat tle Ends Witheut a Score. The Harvard informal varsity team ran Into unexpeoted opposition ' Sat urday against the depot brigade eleven of the Ayer cantonment, and a score less tie indicates the merits of the contest. The crimson team's offensive moves were checked at all times by the soldier boys until the final-min utes when Hoffman, a substitute Har vard quarter back, invaded the bri gade's territory on a series of tackle plays. The advance was not quite rapid enough, and Hoffman was forc ed to try a field goal with only a few seconds of time left. This effort fail ed, and Harvard's only real chance to score was lost. The brigade boys threatened .the Crimson goal once, but' a disastrous penalty, inflicted because a new re cruit reported Instructions before play was started, shoved' the soldiers' team back fifteen yards and lost the best chance it had to advance to the Har vard goal. A few minutes later the cantonment team got near enough to try a shot at the Crimson cross bars, tut Harrison'e attempt was bad. Har vard, too, had another chance for a field goal earlier in the game, but Horween's boot fell short by ten yards. BROWN BEATS COLGATE BY LONE POINT Score 7 te Miseed Goal by Hubbell Gives Providenee Team Victory. Brown defeated Colgate it Provi dence Saturday; 7 to 6. The Brunon ians got the jump on the Hamilton boys at the start and a powerful line bucking game aided by a forward pass gave them a touchdown early in the first period. Gordon kicked the goal. Colgate fought hard but it was not until the third period that the eleven developed sufficient power to pene trate the Brown- defense consistently. Gillo and, Hubbell In this quarter tore holes in the Brown line and the for mer scored the touchdown. - Hubbell failed to kick a goal. - - . : 7 ' - ' ' 1 - - . - ' .... -. - - - , ' - - - Airmen are using It steadies stomach and nerves: It is pleasantly lasting in taste. . Teeth set firmly in WRIGLEYS make sure of achievement. Our (and and water strong for it. And the finds refreshment and this economical. ' .teeth, breath, MANY SURPRISES IN ATUR DAY'S FOOTBALL GAMES. Penn Made Fine Showing Against Strong Pittsburgh .Eleven Brown Trims Colgate 'Navy Had Easy Tims, But Army Was Hard Pushed. -?f.w York,' Oct 28. Developments of unexpected strength by several elevens thought to be outclassed by more prominent rivali was the feature of the week end football play on eastern gridirons. - While in most cases vic tories were won in accordance with forecasts, the play of the -vanquished teams surprised both loyal supporters and opposing combinations. This was particularly true of " the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania contest fought out at Franklin field, Philadelphia. A year ago the Pittsburgh elevi triumphed over the Red snd. Blue by a score of 20 to 0, yet on Saturday, with a far inferior squad to draw from, the Quakers covered themselves with, glory by hoidinf the invaders to a 14 tf. 6 victory which tested the ability of the winners to the limit. Once only during the game was the Pittsburgh, clan able to get its gridiron machine v orking at top speed and power, and in that short period it gathered in its two touchdowns While Pittsburgh had the better football combination both individually and collectively, the constant alertness a-nd strength of the Quakers' play ap peared to discorcert the powerful op posing eleven, and it was not until the beginning ol the third period that Pittsburgh was ablo to start and sus tain its driving offense long enough to bring about victory. . During these few momenta Pennsylvania was swept the entire length of the Held by a per fect series of line plunges and Rlibrt runs which culminated with a forward pass and dash for the first touchdown. Almost immediately after Pittsburgh blocked a Pennsylvania punt and one short rush netted the visitors a second score. Notwithstanding this sevrre handi cap, the Quakers never relaxed in their fighting spirit or vigilance. Their efforts were rewarded late in the final period when they succeeded in blocking a Pitt&burgh kick and with the ball in their possession smashed a way throug.i the heavy opponents" line for a score. " A missed goai from touchdown was the margin that defeated Colgate in its annual contest, with Brown, but the victory was more impressive than the s-core would appear to indicate. The Brunonians, determined to be revenged for the unexpected defeat of a year ago. swept the .New. York state colle gians off their feet with the severity oT their attack from . the verj- start of the game, and by a well balanced series of plays scored In the first period. Brown bcld the advantage thus gained until the latter, portion of the ME WAS GETTING in the great war WRSGLEY5 regularly. forces . are home-guard benefit in long-lasting aid to appetite digestion. contest, when Colgate hurled her last ounce of energy against Brown's de fense and managed to batter her way to a touchdown. Failure to kick the goal appeared to act as a tonic on the home eleven and Brown was able to stave off further .ColPate efforts, win ning by one point. Syracuse and the Navy, ran rough shod over Tufts and Haverford. re spectively, but the Army found Villa' Nova a. surprisingly strong opponent, the score standing 7 to 7 at the end of the first half. Better physical condi tion and the savage charging of Oli l.hant and Wicks proved ' the . turning point in the -third period, however, two touchdowns resulting', from the hard, consistent work of the soldiers' back field stars. Dartmouth was also scored upon by Xew Hampshire and it was not until the final period .that the Hanover eleven awoke' to the size, of the task confronting it and by pow erful and sustained changing clinched the victory. Rutgers proved entirely too strong for Fordham and Muhlenberg sprang a surprise on Lafayette, winning by the aid of two field goals, the only scoring of the game, -f'ornell, with an eleventh hour rally, managed to de feat Bucknell decisively. Williams found Columbia a most worthy oppo nent, finally winning by a three-point margin. Amherst triumphed over her old rival. Wesleyan. I'nlon and New York university played a scoreless tie. T'rinff ton's informal team won from Camp Dix fieM artillery, hut Camp Dven team lieid Harvard's informal to a no score tie. BIG TEN" RACE IN WEST. DRAWING TO CLOSE. Crucial Games Scheduled . for Next Saturday Bitter . Contest Between Chicago and Northwestern at Chi cago. Chicago, Oct 2.8 AVith the close of the "Big Teh"- race less than 'a 'month sway, ooachen ot the four leading elevens Oh'io relate. Illinois, Mlimortota. and Chicago tomorrow will begin . to drive their chargex through: Ave days of training; in preparation for. crucial fcMmeH next Huturday. " "With a ffln-fle exception, ' favorites won yesterday's gaina and lield their opponents scoreless. Perhaps the hlg-g:-t upset, nan the 20 to 0 defeat, of Nebraska by Michigan. The Corn liuskers had been heralded "as one of tr.4 strongest- teams . developed at th Nebraska institution in 5ears. .IPtnrv tmni MMiir,n o. h mnc, ,.rfni'(.',: i, .L- .. -'""- .... . v u , . a 1 i 1 wcrnL. nc t lough it is not considered In "Big Tt-n" affairs this eason. as it lias only c ne conference .game North western on Its schedu?. .. -, Chicago etal lished . itself in the conference, race by .defeating .North western, Its traditional rival, 7 to 0, ALONG S& r0. LEGAL NOTICES. ' TO TRB - BO 1RD OF COUJITT COM rnlsslonsrs for New Iondon County: I hereby aoply for a licens to sell and sxehange spirituous- nni . intoxicating liquors, sis, lager beer,. Kliln wine and cider In ths birilding at Merchant' avenue. Town irf Norwich, sxoapt 1n the rooms .and apartments in said birilding, any part or parts of wh!;li - A re cut n !-' partitioned' in such- manner as t form booiltx. ' s!de rooms, or retiring rco-ms. --Mr plat of b'lsjness Is' not located within .two . hundred r-.t in a direct line from any church edifice or publl" or roHils.V- school. or the prsmi-flAs psrtalulnar thereto, nr any nosloftloe. public, library, or cemetery. Dated at Norwich this Itith Any of Oc tober. A' I 1917." Arthur rembert. Applicant. Ws. the inder'signed,' are electors and taxpayers, owning ral estate, of the- Town ut -.Vorwicli, and hereby iIji and endorse til foregoing u DPlli-at ion of Arthur Lambert for a license, and hereby nerllfy, that all artll';ant Is- a suitable nergnri to be licensed pursuant " to said aopll$a'.l"ii. DateI st Norwlcli. tills ISth dav of Oc tober. .. p 1 8 17 J. C. Ma lea 11. T T. Prstte. Phlliaa Dion Napoleon 'BenoVt. Frank-Helen. -I hsrebv certify Ihat the above nx-iiied' signers and endjrser are electors and -tcspayers. owning real estate. In. the Town of Norwich. Ds ted at Norwich. 'Mils 1 th day of October, .v. p; 19 1.7. Chas. '. Holbrobk. Town Clerk. . ;' - - ' ct2IM T'p ITTK BOAnB OP eOCTTT'roM tiiseloners for New Tondon .County: ( hereby apply for a license to sell and exchange spirituous and Intoxfoa ting liquors ale. lager-' beer.' Rhine W"'1" and cider In the bulMlna- at 174 wet Main street, Town of Norwich, esceor In -the rooms- and apartments In ssM building, any part or na.rfs of whlcl re cnt off or nurjt,.ned In such man ner as to form booths side roo.ns, 1 -etli'ja" rooT'S. vfv rtsce of business Is not located within w hundred feet in a direct line fror-i an-v rhumb edifice nr -public pr pa roiMs school, or the nemlse' nertalnlr-v thereto.- or nr nostofrice. mi hi Ic libra rr. cemetery. . Dated .at Norwich., this hi ISth day of October, A. P. 1?17. K. X mirk Budnl'-k. Apnllf.ant. We - the iinder- iirned. sre electors. and tor pavers ownlnr -real eslafe. of the Town of Vorwloh. and-herebv ale-n and endorse the foregoinr aoplicuMoii of K. Fil'd- nlck'for a ll'-ense. and h'erebv cerllf hat said a onllcant Is a suitable person to be licensed nursusnt to said applica tion Dated at Norwich, CMs-liSlh dT or.. October. A u, 1 s 1 7. Herman n '.' P . ' -Pls'it. Adelsrd Morlri. William T-s "tenherir Beiilamln T.a1in 1 hereby rr:lv that Ih ''iv tiams.1 signers snd endorsers are electors and axDaye". owning ral et! In the Town of Norwich. Dated at V.irwh'h this 1th dav of O'Mbar. P. 1917 Chas. . Holbrouk, Town Clerk. oct22M il '"to'tHK BOARD OF COl'.NTV Com missioners for- New london County: I hereby aoolr -for s .license to sell and exchange spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale, lager- beer, Khine wine and cider in the building st Tsftvllle. Town of Jiorwich. except In tne room snd apartments in sold building, any part or parts of which sre out off or partitioned in such manner as to form booths. ' side, rooms, or. retiring rooms. My place of business is not located within two- hundred feet in a direct line from anv church edifice or oiiblh or parochial .school, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postorflce. public library, or cemetery.' Dated at Norwich, this '16th' dav of October. A P. 1917. .Edmond Proulx. Applicant. We the undersigned, are electors and taxbuvers. owning real estate, of the Town of . Norwich.-and hereby siun and endorse the foregoing' application of Ed-mond Proulx fore license, and here bv certify that, said applicant Is a suitable oerson to he licensed pursuant to said application. Dated at Norwich. this 16th dav of October. A. r. 1S17 T, I. Pratte, t. C Marssn. Phllias Dion Napoleon Benolt. Frank Belnue. I herebv certify that the 'above named signers and endorsers are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, In the Town-of Norwich. Dated at Norwich. this lth dav of October. A. p. 19 Chas. d Holbrook. ' Town Clerk. ort2M PLUMBING ' AND QASFITTING T. F. BURNS Heating and Plumbing. 92 Franklin Street IRON CASTINGS FURNISHED PROMPTLY BY THE VAUGHN FOUNDRY CO Noa. 11 to 25 Ferry Street ROBERT J. COCHRANE GAS FITTING, ' PLUMBING,-STEAM FITTING Washington Sq., Washington Building Norwich, Conn. Agent for N. B. O. Sheet Packing Phone 581 MODERN PLUMBING is as eseential in modern housee as electricity i to lighting. We guaran tee h very best PLUMBING WORK by expert workmen at the fairest prices. Ask ua for plans and prioee. J.F. TOMPKINS. 67 West Main Street In the bitterest game played in Ptsgg Meld in years.' The 27 to 0 Iriumph o- Illinois over Purdue lndli-ates that l'.!l..Af .....1 il.4..Aa.. .. . i 1 '".'' . 1 ' 1 ' ' . "null ,mwh "' mutually ot equal sitengtli. as hit-ago. won from Pur M. m tiue .a week ag'.. by exactly the same core. ' Wisconsin had no trouble :n taking Iowa Into f-anip, 20 to 0. The power ful Ohio Sure eleven m:d' a track meet out of tin grime an-iirmt Denison and rolled up a 117 to n scol-e. Notre Dame , was intn-h too strong for the heavy. (South' lakola Mlaie t-leveii, which fell before a 40 to 0 count. . , . , Army 21, Villa . Nova 7. The Army football team was given a hard baj.tle by- .Villa . Nova at West Point Saturday, Although the .tolditf boya won, 2.1- to 7, except in the third period they were, played to ' a stand still by ths collegians. AI r-Out-kin and Ewing starred in a series of forward pass plays, ' scoring - in 11 e opening quarter foe the visitors. Kine- work . by , Oliphant, ' Wiciis and Monroe, in advancing 'the ball put the cadets on. even .terms with VIII Nova at the end of the second quarter, which ended 7 to 7.' Ih the third aqnarter the same trio, aided by Khlarlit, who bowl, ed over Villa N'ov tacklers, put the visitors on 'the defensive. Freshies.Can be Merman During War New York, Oct. 28. At the anpual meeting of the Intercollegiate R Brim ming and Polo-league here today, it waa decided to go through with Ihls year's aohedule and also to permit the freabmen to - compete- In - the events for the duration of the war. Tt was voted to. stage the relay race - between the salves of the polo contest Instead of making, it the last event of a meet, . Representatives were present from Tale; Princeton, Pennsylvania. Colum bia and the College of the City of New Tork, members of the league and Wesleyan, not an active member. - LEGAL NOTICES. Ces-eleate '"TO 'THIS BOAMjor COUNTY COM mlssloners of Nevr London County: I l!rby apply for a o druggist license to sell aplrltuoul , and . Intoxicating liquors, ale. . lager beer, Khine wine and elder, to he sold on the prescrip tion of a practicing phyeiclan, a. rid not to be drunk on the premises. In quauitties not exceeding one gallon. Except other than distilled liquors, and those In; quantities not exceeding Ave gallons. At Merchants' and Hunter's a ven use Towii of .Vurwiuti. Dated at Norwich, this Mill lay of October, A. I) ,11T. 1'eter Be 110 it. Applicant, for Proprietor. We, the undersigned, are lectors and taxpayers, owning- real estate, of -the- Town of Norwich, and herebv sign and endorse the for.; n-is, application f Peter Benolt for a "ig- let's ileenae. and hereby certify- t:ist said applicant is -a suitable person to be. licensed pursuant to said applica tion. Dated at Norwlcli. this 16th. clay of October, A D. 1S17. Dennis H. Drls- Lcolt, -Jolm J. O'Neil. James Kins, cas- fler r. iJaiiey, ji"bh lerebv certify Ihat the above named slghCrs and endorsers are . electors nd taxpajers, owning real estate, in the Town of Norwich. Dsted at Norw en, this llh day of October. A. D. 117. Chas. ft Holbrook, Town Clerk. "OiAS'M- Certificate i TO THE- B O M r OK fflt'lTT CM missloiieis of New Ijondou County: I hereby apoly for a SOS drugs;lst lice-ise 10 sell spirituous and intoxicating liquors, ale. lager' ' beer, ' Rhine wine mid elder In be sold 011 the. prescrip tion of a practicing physician, and not lo l drunk on ihe premises. In nil. ut1 ties' not exceeding one srallon Kswept other than distilled Ileum's, und those In quantities not er:i ufl', gallons. At No. f.u Main st -ce '.. 1 ow-i of Norwich. Dated at Norwicn. this mil. Amv ,f nctoher A. D. J17 John We the uiidei-slgned. sre elA'-'tors snd taxpavers owning retfl estate, of the Town' of Norwich, and horeby iriarn anl endorse the foregoing application cf John A. Dunn for a druggist's lleerte. and herebv ceHlfy that aaid sppHcant IS a Suitable person to e licensed pur suant to said application. looted st Norwieh, this lth day ot October. A. T Itn Patrick Cassidy. Jeremiad J. Desmond, William P. McGarry, Isaac 8. Jones, John A. Servloe. I hereby cer tify that the above named signers un.l endorsers are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate. In the Town cf Novwlch. Dated at Norwich, this rh dey of. October. A. D. 1917. Ch-s. fe. I lolbrook. Town Clerk. ootlZM ""TO THE) BOAnD OF C U yTY OOM mlsslonsrs for New london County: We hereby apply for a license to sell and exetiaage- spirituous and Intoxicating; liquors ale, lager beer, Rhine win and cider under the name and style of W. Bendatt Co. In the building at 154 West Main street, Town of Nor wich, except 1n the rooms and apart ments In said building, any part or parts of wbloh are cut oft or parti tioned in such manner as to form booths, aide rooms, or retiring room. Our. plate of business Is not located . r.. .. ... A v. r Applicant, tot- riwiiin' within two hundred feet In a direct Ijne from any church edifice or public or parochial school, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postofrjee. public library, ol- cemetery. litd at Norwich, this lth day of October, A. her D. ,117. Vf. Bendett, Kate X Bendett,, mark Applicant. We, the undersigned, are electors and taxpayers, owning real estate, of the Town of Norwich, and hereby sign and endorse the foregoing application of W. Bendett Oo. for a, license, snd hereby certify that eald applicants s-re suitable persons to toe, licensed pursuant to a aid application. Dated at Norwich, this lrth day of Oc tober, A. D. 1917. lsaas Slgal, Myer Rich, Charles Sloslvsrg. "aimuel Blos berg, Thomas MfiWahon. I hereby cer tify that the above named signers and endorsers are electors and taxpayers, owning real eslste. In the Town of Norwich, Dm' ted at Norwich, this lth dav. of October, A. D. 1917. Olias. H. riolbiook, TownClerk. oct22M toThe nuiRD or oousrvi" com- mlssloners for New London County: We hereby apply for a license to sell and eschange spirit nous s nr! intoxicating liquors, ale. lager heer, TUilne wine and older under the name and style of A Clendennln A fo. In the building at Boawell avenue and North Main atreet, Town of Norwich, eicept In the room uiul apartments in said building, any part or parts of wh'oh are cut off or partitioned in such manner as te form: booths, side rooms, or retiring rooms. Our place of hi slness Is not located, within two hundred feet In a dlraet line from sny churcrti edifice or public or parochial school, or the premises pertaining thereto, or any postoffice, public library, or cemetery. Datfil st Norwich, this lath -day of October A. O 1917 A. Clendennln. F. T-I. Clenden nln. Applicants. V.'e. the undersigned sre electors and taxpayers, owning real, estate, of the Town of Norwlcli. s nd herebv sign sod endorse the foregolnar appllc'atlon of A. Clendennln A Co. for a license.' snd hereby certify that ssld Applicants- sre suitable persons to be t licensed ' pursuanl to sail application, batud-st Norwich, this 1th day of Oc tober A. D. IStlT. Nelson C. Pisco,, Richard M'. Powers, l.yinsn T Chap- : men. William P. .Vlctlarry. Frank B. , t,lsco. 1 hereby certify that the above 11 11 in ud slKiier snd endorsers are elec te.rs and laxp.-iyers, owning real estate,, In the Town of Norwich. Dated at N'ors'lrli Ihls UMi day of Octoho.-. A. (t. ' 1 Hi T. Chas. 8. Holbrook. Town Clerk. oct22M " TO Tlli: HOtKU OK COl'.KTV COW mixsloiicrs tor New london County: I hereby apply for-a ll'-ense to sell and exchange spirituous and Intoxicating liquors, ale, lager heer, Rhine wine sud cliler In the building at 122 West Town afreet, Thivii of Norwich, except In 1 he rooms .rind apartments in saia building, auv part or parts of which are cut off or partitioned In such man ner ns to furirt booths, side rooms, or retiring room. ' My place of business is, not located- within two hundred feet In s direct line from any church edifice or piVhllc or parochial school, or the premises peflslnlrg thereto. or any pos4urflce, piibl'i'. library, or cemetery. Dated at Norwich, this 9th day of October,-A.. I). 1917. A. A. Adam. Applicant. We. the uiioVrslaned. are electors ami luxpaver ownii.g rest estate, of the Town of Norwh-h, mid hereby slan and endorse tiie foreKOli'K application of A. A Adam 'Tor a license, and hereby certify llmi nxlil appllcsnt Is a aultabls l-ersoi'i to he lliusi-d pursuant to said .ipplicxiliMi. Dated sc Norwich, Ihls 9th dnv of October. A. D, 1917. Fred O. rii'utnm, WHIIrfin M. Hurdlck. David ft. KlntisV. Jacob C. llslner, John F. Coin'hles. I hereby certify that the Hhova na-fiid sisners sud endorsers ar electors and tnspayers. ownlnr real fliile. In the Town of. Norwich. Dated at Norwich, this IMh day of Octohe-. A D. 1917. Cha. H, Ilolbrjok. Town Clerk. -, , octSSM TO THK HOtlll) OK COU.NTV COM rulHsloner for ' New London County: r hereby apply for - llcenKe .to sell and txchshge spirituous ami lntoxlcstlnr liquors, ale, lager heer, Rhine wine and -ldsr In the building, at 7" Water street. Town of Norwich, except in the rooms "and spsrtments 1n saldShuildlnsr. any part or parts of which sre cut off or partitioned In acuh manner as " form bonihs, side rooms, or retiring , room. My place of business ' not located within two hundred feet In a illroci Hue from any church sdllae tr , public or parochial school, or the premises pertaining thereto, or snv noitofflne, public library, or cemetery. Dated at .Norwich, thla 9th dav of Octo ber, A. D. 1917. Oeorge H. Pratt. Ap plicant. We,' the undersigned. are 1 eleeors and tnxpayers. ownlna resil ! estate, of the Town of Norwich, and ' hereby elgn und endorse the foregoing) application of George ,K. Pratt for a ' license.- and ' hereby certify that said . applicant Is a suitable person to re ' licensed pursuant to said application. : Dated at Norwich, this 9th day of o-to. ,' bar. A. D. 1917. Casper K. Bailey.) James GHIIIs. Joseph TT. Henderson, j Dennis If Driscoll, Oeorsa L,. Croe- I grove. T herebv certify that the above j named signers and endorsers are etac- ! tors and -taxpayers, owning real' estate. 1 ! the Town of . Norwloh.- Dated at Norwich, this llth day of October.' A, T. 1917; Chas. S. MolbTOok, Town' 3erV ; oet2U WILLIAM C. YOUNG Successor- to STKTBON Totnua CARPENTER and BUILDER Best work . and natssrials) at right prloaa by akliJod labor. TIeehon V0 West aSwii S. Is ne a-rerasinsr fat Saatera ra Connecticut eooal U f 0 buspsiesssi esisdtev r anaeetlcut oqaal ta Ttaa : Mtn .' Vf. '4 Jrt ..1.. Jt 1 kv a- -v.. .