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NARV HARVARD ARB LOOMS
UP VERY VERYSTRONG STRONG
Crimson Eleven Appears to Be
Class of Big Eastern Four
LINE IS ALMOST IMPREGNABLE
With Abolition of of Old Pulling PuIIIn and an d
Pus Pushing hing and Tandem Formations Thi This
Is Exceptionally Excoption aJy True TrueHal Hat Powerful
Back Field Field
By TOMMY CLARK
Johnny JohnnylInrvard Harvard wears a broad grin gnu
over his foo football tball outlook And surely
John has hl s the makings if If ever he had
In in his football toot ball history This years
eleven looms up over the gridiron hori lion
Eon as the best team team of them all In ¬
dividually and collectively the Crimson
appears sPpetIrsiustnow just now to be the class among
tho big eastern eusternfour four I
Team Rich In Experience
Head HeadCoacbIlaug heat Coach Ilaughtou 1ton has had fewer I
football footballirobleiia problems irobleiia to face acu than any oth ot l1 I
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BAOK NOW PLATING AT ATGtJAlID A GDAKD
er erel eastern stern coach and as a result the
Crimson eleven and oubstitutcs com ¬
pulse prlsont at the moment the strongest
squad squad east of the Mississippi The I
many veterans yeternushavotnken have taken kindly to to
the new playing playlnglegull1 1 regulations tonfJ They are
rich In experience experlcnceandhavehadn and have had a lot
of hard personal coaching The Thl team
to 1 going galngfasfaudVelllhe fast and well The line lno is is is
heavy bcn vystrongand strong and active actlveandthere and there 1r are
three sets of backs as nsgoodns good as the I Ithree
Crimson CrIm SOO has hnslInd had in In recent fe cc tye years rs Un un ¬
der the new newgamolIarvnld game Harvard Is as
s strong as ns it has been in seasons past
Itnots If not s tronger
Crimsons sGreatLlno Great Line
Harvards lI line seems almost nl111ost linpreg j
nable na leand and this is exceptionally exceptionally true
now with the a abolition of the tandem I I
formations formntlonli and the heod o old ld pulling p l1Ing and
pushing pu shing The line Is as follows f < llows FeK FeJ
ton 183 McKay 200 MInot 102 Per
ry Smith SmlthlSl 181 Fisher 185iWlthlng 185 1S Wlthlng
ton 192 L r D Do o Smith 175 1T aiinot Minot of
course course is isno not q qet yet yti et accustomed ncc stomed to play ¬
lognt at guard but but it would auld seem not
only on onpaperiJut paper but from the tb b experience
of DNho the few games already played that
this iiliels line Is as strong as nsany any coach
cou could ou ld wish for But Harvard has not
been beennbeto able to push Yalencross Yale n ieacross across her own own
goal line It is going to be a quest question ion
between the open game and speedy
men In theopengamo the open game Harvard has
worked her berforwnrd forward passes success ¬
fully more than thnusbe she has lost and of
speed spee d she seems to have plenty lcnty I
1915 GAMES IN FRISCO
A AG O Spalding Will Ask Baseball Com
million to Consider Cons ider Plan
A A plan to have the worlds baseball
series played In San
Francisco In 1915 In connection conneetlonwltl with
the Panama exposition being beingplanned planned
that year has the backing of orA A 0
Spalding Ho will urge favorable con ¬
sideration of ottho the plan upon the themem mem ¬
hers of the national baseball commis co mmls ¬
It INs is urged that such an arrange nr ange ¬
mentwould would not only bo financially
but but would wouldnlso also give many
tbousaodswho who wou would ld hot otherwise
the chance an opportunity to see
league teams teamspllY play
Two Changes In Baseball 3ae lalI Managers I
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The season of 1011 will not see so
changes in the tbeblg big league teams
seame s came about a year ago In 1000 I
hlla elphla Boston Bostonnntl and Brooklyn bad
ilots who lost their jobs w when en the j
season ended This la 1 the first year
rorLl1ke or Lake Dooln DoolnnndDahJen Doom and Duhlcn and Ilodnll all I
have been signed slgnedtorpnotber for another another I
In the American merleanthe there e will I
IJ 10 only two iw 0 new leaders Hal UI1IOhI1Sen Chase In
ow York and another In St Lou Louis is I
OCo nnor of the Browns Is Is to be re ¬
of otmanagerla managerial fdutlcn dutle3 dutie I I
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The TheProgJeSS Progress
Our New Army of o f Fliers
For Future Wars
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O dou doubt bt the
d N No I Iaeroplane aeroplane will
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portant part in fu ¬
ture wars and no
1 doubt Europe has
been first to recog
Mj fff nize tlmt fact but
from now no on
4 a Amcii1 Macil must mustim bo
reckoned with in
y this direction d dii II cpt ection lon
for this country coun hy
Ji now has a nation
al organization organiza tion of
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fllcrs f II e r s and men
Interested In the work of otthe the bird men
to cooperate with our army and navy
It Is called the United States Aero ¬
nautical nautlcnlreser1Q reserve and already has over
3000 members who propose to lose
no time In making the society an ef ettecum ¬
fective adjunct to thenationS the nations offen ¬ j
sive and defensive forces
Heretofore the airship has been
more of a toy than anything else
largely larg lybecause because It fthas has no not t tadvfinced advanced
much beyond be ondthat that state but from noW now
on an nnclIolt effort will be made to develop
the mac machine hine and train men so that
they theyw11l will bo important factors ta tors in In case
of hostilities France has already
done this and England I and an d Germany
are endeavoring to overtake their alert
rival Hero BcreIn in the United States Statesso so
distant from froml any nyother other first class pow ¬
er the incentive to employ employtheheav the hear ¬
lertban ier than air machine machlnefor for military pur ¬
poses has not been great But in the
future we should be as well if not
better betterpreparcd prepared to hold our own in
this direction ns nsnny any nation in the
world
The United States Aeronautical reo re j
servo is Isll a nation wide association of I
aeroplane inventors professional pr of sslonnl and j
amateur aviators designers and build j
era of ofa aeroplane ropl ropll11 l11 c cenglnesnn engines englnesnn and d dotlier oilier i
aerial equipment army and navy o oil tfl I
clals prominent In the regular service
and nnlbi in the tbemllltia mllltla of oHbestatesfinan the states flnan
clers statesmen newspaper men
sportsmen spoltsmennn and c1 hundreds of others in ¬
terested in aeronautics aerona tlcsfrom from Presi ¬
dent dentr Ta T r rtft ft down to the humblest hnmblestaero aero ¬
plane mechanic and i all
they are are band ¬
ed together to advance the aeroplane
as nsawarenglne a war engine to make something
better of otlt it than a mere exhibition
toy and of otlts its aviators something be ¬
sides air chasers of prize money
Clifford B Harmon best known of
the amateur aviators has been ap
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pointed chief chletot of staff sta s tate ir of ot the reserves
while hllo the spijs soqa o ofTbo of f Thomas mas F Fnyan Ryan i
the wellkn6wn well known financier are taking I
an I1nlmportan Important t part In the work John
Barry Ryan holding the office of otc com m ¬ I IBarry
modore mod oro of ottM the association The other o ther i
son 9f of Mr Ryan Allan A is now a I
prominent figure in aviation in this this
country being manager manager of of the inter ¬
national na tional air tournament t at Belmont
park Governors and other prominent I Ipark
men in various states are also o tflcers
of the reserves which will have their
headquarters In New York The ac ¬
tire members include only drivers of
aeroplanes and owners designers in
ventors builders bulldersaudotbers and others who whonre are
doing practical work for the advance ¬
ment of otnvlatlon aviation
Not so long ago you yauconld could have
coun counted ted all nllthe the bird men 1 who had haddone done
anything nuythlcgto to speak at In Intle the air on the
fingers tlngelsotone of one hand today it would wonldbe bo
like counting eountlagnn an immense flock of
sheep sh ep in the field for In the past
year yearortvo or two they have sprung up like
mushrooms and almost every everyda day their
ranks rl1nksare are being added to talIIany Many of
these filers were expert expertmechaulcs mechanics or
Inventors before betoreturnlngtbelr turning their atten ¬
tion thou to aviation avIation others automobile
who craved a moro remunera ¬
tive tlveand and exciting cxc itlug sport while a large I
number took it up merely as a pas ¬
time only to become ecome devoted devotedto to the art
flying llylllgand and world famous fumousfor for then
IIchlevementsOtcourse Of course the magnet
attract nttractm most ost of them has been the
tamoandrlChes and riches to bo gained gain e d in this
Il w and anddl1rlng daring profession 1 I
Among Am ngthose those who have only recently
galnedtame fame for their tbeirachlevements achievements In i l
Is Walter will tel S Brookins who
the worlds worldarccold record for cross r I
continued flight filghtnfewweeks a few 1 weeks
With only o l1ly two stops he hemnde made the
from Chicago Chle lgo to the state fair at
III a distance dlsianceo of t 180 18Gmltes miles unile
lt a five vo hours and fortythree torty minutes
an average speed o of f 327
on hour For this trip be won wona a
of 10000 Brooklns is the
1 aviator Ilvlatorln In the 1 world be beln being ing
twentytwo twentytwolind and Is a pupil of oftbo the
Wright ight brothers brotHersanll and the thelrrepresentL11 their ir representa j
at the International meet Ho is I
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Some Recent Achievements
of o f the Bir Bird d Men
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well welIknowu known as a rough lougbrd rider r of the
air but lets it be known that he does
not take unnecessary unnecessmyrlsIes risks or do
things Just because bee llise they are ar espectacu 1 spectacu ¬
lar and hair raising When asked re ¬
cently what prompted him blmto to make maImhls his
sensa sensational tional high hig h flight fightlit at a Atlantic
City when he hCReta set a new record for
high hlghnltltude altitude he frankly and promptly
replied
Five thousand dollars tlolll doll rs
Another Allothelalator aviator who ga gained ined sudden sl s iIile thlen rl
fame by his remar remarkable kable achievement
was John B Mo 1I10lssnnt issaht of Chicago who
flew from Paris to England with a I
passenger the thelirst first time that such a
feat had ha il been accomplished acc mpllshed Mbls
snot snntwas was sas so little IltUelmownat known at the time
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MOISSANT MOJSSANTIIN iltT IN PLIanT
that he was supposed to be a Span ¬
lard audiit audI it was only after this trip
that Europe Dually learned his nation ¬
ality 1111t What made the journey all a il the
more remarkable was ras tbefact the fact tbatit that it
Was was only the fifth time he had gone
up U In an aeroplane and he was looked
upon ul by European bird men as an am ¬
ateur from whom they had little to
fear in the way of losing their laurels
Recently Molssant lIIolssantreturncd returned returned to Amer luer ¬
lea icatota1cepart to take part In the contests ontestsatBel at Bel
moat i park and his work is attracting
much attention
Another recent feat fca t to a astonish st nlsl the
world was that tha t of ofGeorge George Chavez the
first man to fly over the Alps in an
aeroplane and who died from Injur Injuries ies
in in a tall a at t the tl cendot end of his li listrlpThe strlpThe trip The
passage of Chavez Chavezwas was extremely extrem ely im ¬
pressive and was witnessed wltncssedby by a group
of the Augustine friars from the hos ¬
pice Like Liken a gigantic bird with w white hite
outstretched wings the spectators first
saw sawthe the machine hugging the flank lIanleot of
the mountain and above the yawning yuwnl lg
Saltine gorge The wind was blowing
at the rate of three meters a second
and nndtbealrshlp the airship rocked perceptibly per perceptIbly eptlblyas as
it passed over the heads o of f tthe the cheer c Heer
log spectators at uta a height of above nb ve
450 feet Chavez Cbl vez took the Mpnsera
route crossing thepass the mass 1I1SS at an altitude
of o f fmorc more than 8006 8OO tee feet C
A little more than tbann a century ago ago Na ¬
poleon built thei the great grel1tmllltary military road
over it an anenglneedng eng engineering ineering feat which w rIli ill
forever r be be regarded regaldedasblghlycrcdit as highly credit ¬
able Five years ago a railroad tunn tunnel i
cut through twelve twclvel1nd and a ahalf half miles
of mountain mountalnra rock I and a nd earth was as open ¬
ed as another and qu q quicker icker ickermeans means 6f
travel That too toowns was a nmarvclous marvelous
Work There has since remained but
one other method metbodot of passage across aCl s s the the
mountains and that was achieved lle l leve ilWlieh Vbeh
Chavezs s saeraplane aeroplane circled up up 8000
feet into thCfrpsted therro the Irpsted tedalrand a nirand ir and shot over
the depression depress ion into Into Italy
The Thcn accident cldlmt occurred occurrpdas as Chavez was w ls
endeavoring endeavo ring to tomakoli make a landing at Dor
nodassola The Alps had been beencrosse crossed d
successfully and the theaviator aviator was de ¬
scending scendlnggrncefullywlthtbe 1 gracefully w with ith the power of
hla blsmachlne machine shut shutolI OflV off When Whennbout about thin ¬
ty feet feetabove above the ground a asuddeu sudden gust
of wind seeme seemed d to catch the tbemono mono ¬
plane whlehturnell which turned ovorand over and fell car car ¬
rying down Chavez with wlthit it it When the
crowds that had been watching the de ¬
scent srentran ran up they found Chavez Cha vezdylng dying
Still Stlllanother another bird man to gain much
fame recently is Claude Grabdrae
White Vlnile the Rtish aviator whose whosebrll bril ¬
liant work WOllent at one meet in In this this country
netted him 22000 in cash prizes lIe
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CHAVEZ onossiwa OnOSI3ING THE TlIIutIS AMU
shown us that bom bombs bs may easily
andac accurately uratelyb 1 be dropped from nero
Danespn on the deck dec k of a awnlshlp warship and
hat bata a flight around the Boston light
Is possible possible For that ba t feat he received rece ived
I prize of 10000
These TbeselJr qre ore only olIYl1feV a few of the theJemark remark
blonchlevementsot achievements of the theblrtl bird men of
I It Hhas has been a year y cnr of wortderfu l
rogress In that thlitfleld field Indeed bu but t Just
now with Americas i big air taurus
on history in Inavlatloll aviation if I being
made as never before
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