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r-roiviiHilN UA1L1 HbKALb, FklbAV, NoVHMBER 12, 1915.
rw . I . . ' - am i TIGERS ARE READY FOR YALE BULLDOG Confidence Reigns in Jungletown Over Outcome 61 Big Game '.. .. " Princeton, N. J.Nov. 12 "Speeds-" . Rush has finished the last bit of his ; preparatory -work for the Yale game, ; find for the season there remains only " the final contest on the Tiger's schedule to put an end to the first year of 'Princeton football under the , sole guidance of Hush. ' The final workout of the squad was of the lightest sort. A slight drill was the main feature of the after noon, and Bush followed the first feam around the Stadium to inject a little more snap into the plays and to see that they were timed perfect ly. There was a short dummy scrimmage In which no tackling was allowed to perfect the defensive for mations. The secret drill occupied the first half of the afternoon and behind the closed gates of University Field the team went through a group of ; plays that will be uncovered for the ;! first time against the Elis on Satur day. From ,the points gleaned in this practice the offensive of the Tigers will be more varied and should be more powerful than that used against Harvard. The kicking game and tho straight plunges through guard and off, tackle with the delayed pass that marked Princeton's play last Satur day have not been neglected, but tteere Is a larger reserve in the dos- "i session of the team. Even at this iai3 nour Kusn saw it that the fun damentals were not neglected. For iiuro ma nan an nour tne men Mere kept driving at the tackling dummy, special drill in this depart ment being devoted to the ends and tackles. , ( uv une-up mat win start against Yle Is still uncertain, say the coaches. But there is little likelihood now that the Elis" will face . anv dif- l ferent combination than .that which payed Harvard last Saturday- About the only possible, change would oc cur in the case of Gennert's inability xo .play, but the big. center appeared to be in good , condition today, and jwill probably start Saturday But terworth performed all the active A i W-1 a H 4- A J rt l .v uuutvo air kcuiei iuutLy, urenneix ana Semmens being held in reserve. , There is still a possibility that iMoore may start the game in Tib "bott's position, but the chances for this shift seems very slight. The reg ular back field is more likely to start r?ith Shea at left half Tibbott at i$ht half, and Driggs at fullback. IMckerman arid Moore are certain to get a chance in the game, however, V ' , .j ; -- and Law may appear before the end of the game. The ends will be Lamberton and Highley, with Brown, Hass, and -Merlon Wilson standing forth as probable substitutes. Larsen has been showing up well at tackle, but can hardly displace McLean, although the latter may not play long. The regular guards, Nourse and Hogg, will be used. As the ' time for the game draws nearer there is more and more of a feeling among the coaches and play ers that the contest will be a big struggle. The students are confident of victory, but while the players are determined not to suffer defeat at the hands of a Yale team this sea son, there is a wholesome respect for the ability of Shevlin- The team left Princeton today at 12:45 o'clock, boarding a New York express which will make a special stop at Princeton Junction. There will be a host of students following them at intervals, and it is expected that not more than a handful will remain in Tigertown for Saturday. A mass meeting last night was for the purpose of rehearsing the songs to be used against Yale's rooters, and all are prepared for a big time when the game is over Saturday. ALUMNI PRACTICE FOR ANNUAL GAME n SPECIALS Players Who Will Battle With Hart- j ford Rounding: Into Shape Under Hutchinson's Coaching. With the big game still two weeks off, the local High school alumni team are practicing faithfully two or three times a week for the annual battle Thanksgiving morning with the Hart ford High school alumni- The game will be played this year at Electric field, and a very large at tendance is expected. Captain Parker feels certain that his team will break the tie that exists from the last two years. The backfield men, under the supervision of Guy Hutchin son, Yale's famous quarterback and coach, are showing up speedy, and with this star of former clays at the helm it is expected that they will roll up a large score against their old ri vals. The line is a perfect stone wall, with Dunworth, Hall, Brumbaum. Brink, Ellis, Smith, Schade. Schroed- er, Sierrist, Wallen and a few other former" High school stars to'heln outJ Tuttle, Donnelly, Parker, Lardner and Chamberlain have been elected to car ry the ball in their old time form. Hartford's entire eleven will con sist of former High school players who are for the most part playing with college teams at the present time. - This game promises to be one of great interest and each year the mem bers of the High school alumni are taking hold and lending all the assistance possible- A fund was started last year f en tile purpose of purchasing- an athletic field. There ws deposited in one of the 'local banks the sum of $150.00 by the management of the alumni team. taken ; from ; the receipts of last year's game. FINAL GAME TODAY. for This Saturday Fresh Rolled OC Oats ..7 lbs for Graham Flour QCf ..7 lbs a Pillsbury Flour ......per bag ooc Oysters, all day OOf Saturday, per qt f Fine Apples ? We have a nice lot of eating Apples, Pumpkin Sweets, Kings, Fall Pip pins and Baldwins. Try a basket today. Captain Dudack,and His High School Team Are Fighting Today. Captain Dudack and his football warriors left this noon for New Haven where they faced the New Haven High school"-eleven 'this afternoon on the historic i Yale field, f in the game that will decide the1 Interscholastic cham- .pionship. It .was , an enthusiastic crowd that Doaraeo: me iz:ay o ciock train, and the general opinion was that the football championship which has rested so long on the brow of the local school would again be brought back after . an absence of a year. The locals do not howeer under estimate the Elm City team, realizing that they would meet a worthy foe. Coach Dr. Zwick said this morning that all the boys were in fine shape. .Should the locals be defeated it will cause a triple tie in the league. A tie game this1 afternoon will also give the lecal boys a championship. JOE AND TIM DRAW. , , MeTiden, Nov- 12. Eleven four round bouts were staged at the Lenox A. C. here last evening for the benefit of the silver work strikers and the hall was packed. Sammy Waltz of Hart ford and Young Mack of Meriden went to a draw. Tommy Shea of New Hav en and Bunny Ford of New Haven did likewise, . and Wild Bill Fleming of Waterbury had the better of Leo Houck of New York- Joe Ryan and "Tim", Murphy were also on the card. It was a draw- FEDERAL LEAGUERS DRIFTING. Chicago,' Nov- 12. The gathering of Federal league "magnates," which began at Indianapolis Tuesday and moved to French Lick on Wednes day, continued here yesterday with a representation amounting to more than half the number of club owners They again declared no progress to ward peace had been made, and said" they expected most ' of the out-of-town delegates, Including President Gilmore, will have left for their homes by tomorrow night. W. B. Woodruff , 423 West, Main St, BOXER KILBANE SUSPENDTD. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 12 Johnny Kilbane, featherweight champion of the world was suspended yesterday by the Wisconsin Athletic commis sion for failing to appear in answer to a charge that he did not do his best in his bout with Ritchie Mitchell here recently. Kilbane's suspension will stand until he appears and sat isfactorily explains his alleged dila tory tactics in the Mitchell match. HAS BROKEN VERTEBRAE. 'Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 12 J. L, Bigelow of Ann, Arbor, Mich., tackle in the Harvard varsity football eleven last year, who was injured in a pre liminary game this seson, suffered a fracture of a vertebrae, it was learned last night. In the belief that his in jury was a minor one, the coaches have thought until now that he would be able to play in the Yale game. V7 e in wlho have O I i v- c t or yotuiir 1 1 Here We never have any difficulty selling MONROE CLOTHES to the man who has bought clothes for- $15 elsewhere. 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