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~b"'"" ~·~s: .·.r~ I POR3C~'~; ,·, ~AG I;.·~1*8~"; ~~.·· . -r .~· ..,, · ~B~L~cl AL10 MEN DECLARE SIAI CH[EELY IS "#AN It PLAYING ON THE SQUAD OPF TIhi MONTANA AG'RI I ULTURAL COLLEGE. "tl Playear That Have Seen in 'OaiMe 'With H.MY and Ajai.nt Him t3 1Thi' he H*A More Than Spent HIs 'l(cttld lime on the Gridiron. -, i1 Ned Cheely, who is pnlaying hnlr h for Baseman a "ringer?" There aV Sp I. luacious doubt in the ata of the spott-otllowers in thin al.of the country, as to the 11i1IUy of the Bozeman backfield '1,e . tata Inter-Mountain wised 's!i i. i,)to f att that Cheely dlan I. L Montana by discover a reqhl4sg S. the Spokesman-Re 7 O tidt t effect. The spokane thoulht that the former Spo Athletli qkph boxer. and Wash 0S4L. oW1liee playu was play ,Wl, ,tbhe alniverlty.. However. Sd.aeblverad at Boemman and ap aPSIugeII in the A.gge'n lineup. tipe l..lam otlolpi the articles on Sa' The KMiasoutllap, volunteered S0h re maUe ir astandgig in blethtba A.Unyverstsy of Idaho grad *atei. ie the &dolowing Information: % "I .phywd a.anst Cheely for twn WIleW hble wee a member of the , C. team. At the time he was fng there we knew he was inelig wl&e did our beat to establith the t. f has played three years on Washington college team. That ot00. be established absolutely. I IMigr*1 me personally that he tV.W.#red s In Colorado on that versitys team. We wrote to -but the university refused to rc*e M;i troeppe on him. While pool 0Ve .~at J. as a "ringer" we could at etabllah the fact. He graduated *omtbhe veterinary department of the ashbington school and played on the latWmEa iness college team while In ., vwheojre the last year of the atenalary course Is alven. He was 4 dmsateur flPIter for the Spokane Athletic -club aop I have seen him in butlue saev~ times. The only way -pr "a htive him declared ineligible Is t gSt the Celpordo dope on him and ~ o l raefses to give it. He is a (r and~oeof one of the hardest Mlopea I&ap that I. ever played against. ee. ba InelUible, but you'll have to 'i asome St prove It, We couldn't," ,Alnotheiranl, who'knew Cheely well SI· asfl . e a asked about hi. E "Eigible." he maid. "of d4.ure he's not. Why, he and I were lOIng down to Colorado to play last ~g. but I decided that I didn't want 40.:p, ge's.nlayed seven years of foot Stil that I know of and I know the *as exceptionally well. He's a dandy boOtball player, but he has no buqinees Is college oircles." ' itllag from the above statements, made by two reputable men. Coach Dookstader and the Agricultural col legs are IV, from particular us to who the repestitatives of their schlol are, or how they may fill the requirements Imposed on the various schools by their interacbolauti agreement. W* NOPE 80. (Ban f'..lelsao Buletin.) Cliff Blankenship's worries have ceased. Dhe ez.xalt Lako bose has tied up with the Missoula manage ment and will direct that ciub nlextý season. Cliff will build his .hl) up with young blood, the samae as the Salt Lake team. Blankenship has hopes fof giving the Miisoula fans a pennant winner. ···~ .· ·,, ;·: : ~ ~Elur~TT .narC~ PI:' : : .r~·1· ·'·; ;G iZ~i····r b ~"riY~f~ "'· L.;r cj'· ~ C;~WI&ld~l~i~l~eaB~~r%;" -. I·· r : *'' CENTE& VLELb SI FIRST CM F IE SfIES (Continued from Pane One) strlike. tren tle batter fouled three and iilsedtl another for 4 strikeoutL Oldriog fanned on three pitched balls. Devore lgobbled Collins' fly. In New York's halt lItvore went out, Bender to Davis. Doyle got a scratch single. Doyle stole second, being safe on Thomas' low throw. Hnotdgrass and Murray struck out, leavling Doyle on second. In the second Baker got the firstl clean hit. driving one to right. Mur ph.y iucriflced, Mathewson to Mqkkle. IMaker tooak sutcond on the out, and third otn at short paussed ball. I)avls, with two buill and two strikes ,on hli. sent a hot otne jbetweenl third lnd shbort, anld I.aker surd,rvi. Mathltwsoll throw out Harry and Hlersog dlsposed or Thomnals. New York went out in one, too, three order in its half, Flutcher fan ntng for the third out. Bender, In the third, went out on a butit. Murray made a running camtch of Lord's fly. Oldrlng sent a scarcher down the third-base line and by a great sprint made second. Mathewson passed Collins and then struck out Baker, leaving tao Philadultphfltans o bases. For New York, Meyers flied to Oldl ring, Mathewson struck out and, after Devore had beent Ipasped. Doyle wentL out on a line drive to loArd. Meyers got Murphy's foul to start the fourth. t"letcher shot Davis' bounder to Merktle and the next moment was ulndler Uarry's high fly for the third out. New York tied the meof. :nt this Itn lllng. Hnodgraas walts hilt, anld on the hilt and run took second, %Murraiy going out, Collint to D)avii. 'Merkle struck out. but inllnediately afterwatrd ('ol lins fumbled Herszg'ms hirdll grol'tmider land threw to the plate too late to catch S.iodgraaass, whto ill hoItln sa0l'l. h. Fletcher fanlned for the third out. in the i1to, .aiter .*- ore lnil re tired Thomas on ait high fly, leni'der singled to cenlter, but was out at aet' anld wvthen Merkle got ILrd's tup alnd threw to iFletclher. Ohlrlin then lhit his aeound alatdtlble, tard stoppllng at third. A foul lnterruptted what looked like an attelllipted squeezi,. Markle rall ill n Coll.la' ruap. First Iase wsl uln covered, but by a desperate effort. New York's first baluemnan managed to Stoutlh thet' rulllltr out. Foar New York, Meyers was then thrauwln out by (Collins, MJathewsot lilt arely to centE-r. but Devore faltnt!, and )ouyle went t,ut, ('olllis to D,.via. In tiht sixth, Ilnker singled by Fletcher, but wais 'aught trying to steal. Snodgrass ca.tiht Murphy's fly land Il-er)og threw o.t Davis. Snodgrass H'it Again. In New York's hulf Snodgrass will lilt aganl and went to second on Mur ray's sacrifice. Merkle struck out, but on the third strike Snodrurass stUrted for third and was safe when Baker dropped Thomas' throw. Herzog was passed, the double steal was tried anid fail:d, ('olllns taking 'Tholloias' throw and rteturninK It slafely lnd ttlly;, cutehling lnudgras's it tile plate. In the seventh. Harry struck ouit. Thomas filed to Snodgrass and Fletcher threw out Itaker. New York won in this Inning. Dal\ts ueat Fletcher in "a- race for first oni tih latter's tal,. Myers hilt to the lef: field feicel for a two,-bagger. Mathew son struck out, but Devore sqt the crowd wild and lput New York ahead' with a iniauh over third f6r two Ibases, on which Meyers eusilly scored. It %ats the Glants' lucky seventh. Doyle wllled. but Snodgrass fanned. With victory itn his& grasp, Mathew son began the eighth by strikin.; ,ut Lord, Oldring flied to Devore and Mathewson threw t'oHLins out at first. With only onle aman out, Merkle bunted a fly, but was left when lersog fanned .nld Fletcher filed to Murphy. In tho nitntlh, Baker of Philadelphial went outt when lie grounded to Markle, who beat hili to the sack. Murphy hit a higlh fly to Meyers. Davis hit to Iletchelr mllid was out to Murkle. "W'e se.oretd one gaile and expect to get the others." remarked Manager MeIU;raw tonight. No Gloom in Athletics' Camp. llThere wasil nlo glooni the Philla dl.ilhili team whien the players reacthed their hotel aftur the gamne. Connie M.a1ik muld: "Otie swtullit doesn't make a sum ine'r, .you know'. While we lost tile oplening Katnet, It doesn't ilean that we will loste tile series. My boys llay'ed fine ball nantl a team tthat plays up to its steuson's standurd In In it until tile finish," The tday opened Irlght and clear and by 7 o'clock 500 persons were in line behind the vanliguard which had endured the aill-night vigil. Eight littrollnien, it url.gtant and it pollce Capt ain hlat(l tltli l , II duty all night lld there was no disorder. A college prlofessor and thlee womenl wore tilth inoslt consilicuotIs figures In tiht' Iltng 1111 of loyal "Ihl;cherlterl." They ad niltted that they hatd been on thet gIoritls nll cI i; w'hiloclk this lmlorning. All the tllitnta reported ltt the clul houise Ihl fine Condition and Manager COAST LEAGUE "luh1-- Waoi. Lost. Pet. Portlanild 19ii 74 .596 Vernoin . . . 1 84 .575 IlukhinnI 107 83 .538 141n 1 rratliis' o . . 91 107 .454 s1ilem eito 8) 10,t .451 tm Angel . ... T79 121 .390 At 8an Francisco. Sor-- t. H. F. Vtrntn . ..... . ... 13 17 3 iakltind . . . 8 10 5 ltaitterl'- Stewart and Blrown; Martinnn, LI.uoard and Mitze. At Los Angeles. .oo'. - f. H E'. Portland . .... .... . ... .... 3 8 2 Lo.s A\figehl .. ....... . . '.2 7 - Iatteriet;-Koestner and 1,ta Lngi: Ialhin alnd Brooiks. At acrsamento. Horv-I R. H. E. tian l'ranolSio .......... ....... 8 13 1 Ba .ramento . ....... ... .... 4 11 1 IHatterles-MeiklIe, PalnnlKrig and Ber ry; Thompnol aind Thomas., MeOrly said the team wmild take tlhe dilanondi In Its hPlt p)!,ying fl',r i I T'h piylll'lrm % re cilllidrnt. , I, t tIh y .,Ir' not mIlaking anyl ioaits. The New VTrk inlayer. ,..ri., ,arly ti the grotllndh it, hi bite .i ,I: ;iv'1hllngl l Ili,- (-rtij ll al out thi, gatot s. I|iii thI y Ilun toi edge their way tlhrcighll the Iw.allltin o 1itators, and wh)ivt.' ril'lg v /id wrr' gl~ef rocvlltl~io thitl wiuli l lvi'i , ndl-d dii aa.trintltl f. , r ii i, ;r od111: - Ing alitlms hail not CI . p-i.11 ilitl ! - hrat. Xluth wnin arpd I.- urIari, ti ,Vh..tium Mearnw det'law niol)li ti v-,tr tha weilght of paithhins tlh r. I ,11 I Ih I AIii agei l thl.t' wire wi' It I') % i, 1 t vi niternate days antd frlt :ih! i l pl'itch or'ffll, ive,y, Me'rltria . a.nhiiid nl r' Imarkijd thit Atns mni \%% ts,, wtre. ailsl, in goodl form. Tol Pl, italthhl.i players at their hittl hl1 a g itl night's rest follo nw ln IhI* I' airrival' froni Philadelph:lt. Connie Meao'k. mannlgr ,rf tit( Ath letl's, Insertlabli i aI (s evi. :imiiil tinat cordially, preliminary to gL nlg at ri 110t ln ht ll14 VI oANtOf till 14i4-.1 1 S "it will he a fine ganmt." Until tho crhanplonpbll im devidhld Itholt w hlli lile o I tved th..i \vl'l, I rll ite.Il iiiifairly in the dithributioin ifo tickets may withholdt their a'iplitintiit, but appar i tlyl ther.e i t Ire I..,oni.nlg itn store folr th New Yo..l< ,I ht t nitin agtiItnlllt. 'The N.tionill ,ititt a , thile I titll nuluthoritih's awnill ,vin the' i ltIt , legislature tniy li' Inv sltiglit' i; I methoids. The llo ere. Philadelphia- A.B. it. Ii. 1l. A. 1F. Lord, If........... 4 ' 4) 2 I 0 Oldring, tf ......... 4 0 2 . I 0 0 ollilns. l2b. . 8 0 a if 5 1 liak r, 31) .. ........ 4 2 0 1 1 MIurphy, rf. ...... 3 0 0 1 0 0: Davis, Ib. ....... 4 0 I 8 0 i Harry, mm.. . 3 0 0 1 4 Thomal'lln . . : 0 t 1 ý 2 0; Hitnder, I. . 3 0 1 0 1 01 Totals . ...... 31 4 10 .' New York- A.l. R. If. l'.. A. E. D)evore, If ...... : 0 1 0 Doyle, 21 .... 3 0 1 1 1 0 Snoidgrass, c . 2.. 1 0 2 0( 0 1 Murray, If. ....... 3 0 0 1 0 0 Merkle, lb. ... 4 0 1 11 1 0 , Hersog, 3b........ 3 0 0 0 2 0 SFPletcher, as...... 4 0 0 2 3 0 Meyers, . .......... 3 1 '1 7 1 0 Mathewson, p. .. 3 0 1 0 4 0 Totals ........ ...28 2 5 27 it 0 t Heore by Innings: - Philadelphia ....... 0 1 0 0 0 0 l) 0- it New York ....... .. 0 0 0 1 00 O --2 A Summary: Two-basa hits -- t ldrlng r (2), Meyers, D)evore. Savltrlfile hilts- 8 Mlurphy, Murraty. Stolenl hias s- ttihyi' 1I (2). Left otll hane-Phtiiladelptatin. 5: New York., 7. Base on Unill - Iff Malithewson, 1: off lBentder. 4. Uliases on errors- New York. 1. Hit by t. pitcher--ly ender, LSllnodgrasa. Id"ruc'k d out-By Bender, 11; by MathCae.o. . . Passed ball--Myers. Time, 2:12. Un 9 UrLst-at the Plate, Klenll; lin Ii:lse ii lines, Dlneen; left field, Connlilly; rlight fitld, Brennain. Gross Receipts. The National co'innmlahon annoullterl a that tle palid attendance was "38,211 perolns, with gross receiptls, $77,359. Of the groms recciptts, the National coinnillplon raecotves $7,735.90; thili players, $41.7:73.86 andll each clubl, $13. t 924.62. The attendancte was divided d as foliwm:; 1:I.5::1 atllninxlon at $1; 14.917 admismlons at $2; 8,500 adnlis il slons at $3; 1.364 In boxes. AMERICANS WIN. a St. Louti, Oct. 14.-In tha. ilty it champlonhhip ltipost-seaRoiln series blie 0 tween the locul National and Ameri can league tenitls today the latter S rompedl a iy frl , lt B rem nihaln't iloon. Score- R. H. E. Anet c ns .. ...................I . 14 2 Nat onil ........... ... ..... 2 9 1 li atteri's---eOirge and Krltthtll; a vyer, (laiden and ltiss. S WOLOAST AND WELLS. S Necw York. ((t. 14.-Ad Wolgast. It lightweight champiiunl of the world, andIa -d Matt Wells, lightweitgnt cnampion of I ingiland, will fight 10 routinds at tihe Madison Athletic ctlub here on FrIday, Novemlaberr , fi i lpurl'iea ofl 19,000. 'r hie enet will weilgh In at 188 ipounds. in Ld it ,e it te 1 it. 75 o OUT .oli.Te SEFEATSL ort flu, COLLEGIANS SHOW MARKED IM- Chi Sol PROVEMENt IN PLAY AND , BEAT HIGH SCHOOL. Pei thl gut BEABS HAS [EGI¶TREDha Te. thl Star of Last Year's Championship I Team Appears in Suit for First Time W This Season. Tite utiivrsity football mixed it with1:1 high schorij squad yesterday lafterncioon and handled thern with utse. The scholastics, who held the varsity with :onsiderable suhtceas a tweek ago, were una ble to gain muclh griund n the il ollegitm ind were helpless beforett ill jho line eFiiaslies (it their opponents. Do D)o.nhtll. r. utt takle;: Keebe and throimkilh. iol throughlh the high school lt - ryout tedly unit broke ulp practic-e ally vatry pilyl, before it hadl gotten R under gaZy. With Dornblasiir'Es strength addeditl, the varsiaty line is in good C shale now anid should be able wI with- M stand tthe ntost strenuovs of attacks. I Wistanley, Whistler. Robson and Ro- Ja nan all played well n tle backfield. I Whistler gauinng ground consistently thlrough the line. Kelly was given a try-out a tquarter and hl antdld himself I %%ell. although he was a little weak in l.asitig.f Mitcrfferty. i new annlidlite for endtl played a good gante, and Wolfe antI Hunt pilaed their usual consistent anme. "Hud" Beard. and on last year's tinit, , was out in a suit yesterday, but dii tnot take ptart in tile scril rtmtage. Hearl wili give the teat strength ta where it in needed most, on the elds, and will put the varsity into the champlonehilp race without handicap. He it hiardl tackler, a lfast man In getting down tilhe field. under Ipunts, handles passes well and I1 aE good mtan it thel attack. He was one of the blest entld in the state last year and shouldl cO lie away up among, the classiest this tY fall. ad The high school show'ing was pretty "c .oor yesterday. Many of the men fi missed most of the work last weak lit and are ait eek behind, while four or five have not returned yet. As a re-' suit the teamll play yesterday was poor; the backs got the signals mixed and ran poorly and the line leaked fearflllly. 'The scholastles are , to play, Great Falls next Sitturday In Missoula, and Iunless there is a sudden improvement In tihe teLam play, the slhwing will be poor. The squad will be put througil a strenluous week of practiee, with serlianmge work agalnst- the varsity the big itest and they should round into good shape. The. Great Falls teamn Is one of the beat, in the state and tihe gane Satutrday will be well Storlth aolig. BREAK EVEN. Cleveianad, Oct. 14.-.leveiand lind Cincinnati broke even in a double header today. The first wont It In nings. Scores: First game-- R. H. E. Cincinnati ........ ............ ......7 14 0 Cleveland ......................... 5 9 2 Batterles--Casplur, lirotnlte anid Me Lean, Clarke;: Krapp, Baskette and Easterly. bSecond ~annle - R. 11. E. i(ncinnatt ........ ............ .1 6 1 C!eveland .......... ........ .......5 8 0 lhlatterles-Htumphri,-d, Boyd anlld Clarke; Jumes and Easterly. MISS CURTIS WINBS. Short Hills, N. J., Oct. 14.-Miss M. Curtis of Boston today won the wom an's national golf ohampionshlp by de feating Miss Lillian Hyde at Bayahore in the final rountd of the toWunament on the Boituprol links by 5l-up apd l to pta .y. RACING RESULTS At Alan. Spokane, Oct. 14.-Pride of ii.tmore carriedt off .the honors at *the Alan track today when ihe took first plii'e In thie spdl handicap of five filrling in 1:01 1-5, running against smich horses as Tern's Trick and, Dr. Dough erty, which finished as lnamed. le aults: First race, six furlon~s, sellln- Chilla won; Ravaria second; Native Son third. Time. 1:15 1-5. Second race, one mile, silling-The Peer won; Oscruro serond: C('isk, third. Time, 1:421.2. Third race. one mile, melling--F.re guard won:' Chailtlelor second: IlHllsnleker third. Time, 1:42 4-,. I'ourth race, five furlongs, slpeed handicap--Pride of Ismorie won0: Tern's Trick second; l)r. Dougherty third. Time, 1:01 1-5. Fifth race, s,even furlongs, selling- Rusty (osat won; Trlite second; Rnno W. third. Thime, 1:29. Sixth race, 4one nile and a fur-' long, spelling-lto. Junior won;: Inn orellar siconld; .Marigot third. Time. 1:55. At Churchill Downs. Louisville. Oct. 14.-Pleasant weather brought out it large crowd on the clos ing dlay of the fall meet at C'hurchill Downs. The Iroquols handicap rie sIuited in a surprise. Lady Lightning winning hndily, with Sonata, an adild ed starter, secolnd, and Ursula third. Results: First race, six furlongs--Ilonnle Chance wo'n; Joe Diebold, second: Madame Phelps third. Time, 1:154-5. Second raci, six furlongs-TUnion Jack won: Sylvester second: Dan Field third. Time, 1:15. Third race, mile and a sixteenth Sam ln arbr won: Leopold second; Supple third. 'Tine, 1:493-5. F'outh raci, Iroquois handclap, six furlongs-Lady Ligstning won: Sonata ecCond; tTrululaa Emnia third. Time, 1:15 2-5. F Ifth race, six furlongs-Ruhla Girandni won: Inciasion se'onl: Flying Footateps third, Time, 1:15 1-5. Sixth race, mile and 70 yards---Fal eada won: The Hague second; Tom Uigher t)ilrd. Time. 1:45 I-5. THROWN FROM MOTORCYCLE. Snta Monica, C'al., Oct. 14.-Deputy Sheriff Peters of Anaheim, Orange county, was thrown from his motor. cycle while speeding down 4he PNlls adem side of the road race course at 4 o'clock this imorning. He was, probably i fatally injured and was taken'to a hos lpital at Los Angaees. rr -~~T~ -I~-----i-'-S--L ------~-------~-~ ''·t.·i:zc4~: :tk:'i "'S~ii~~s~u·· aa: i.·:· :: .·:·-·:· ::··· i:· :·: ;·: :.P ······· .·· ·,. ·· ·· AGGIES AND MINERS PLAY TIE GAME IN MUD HEAVY GOING MAKES OPEN PLAY AN IMPOSSIBILITY FOR EITHER TEAM. MINES SHOW BEnER Butte Aqgregation Has Edge on Boze* man Squad on Account of Fast Forrr;ng Interference and by Virtue of Better Playing by Linemen. iet..la nn I,'t. tt14.-(Spe(ial.)-With IL (-t0-O It', thi first gm:i0 int thbe 4tont tun.t footi ' l millllonship series endt crd here this aftlernoon. Muid so (It'ep nnl sticky thait ;ir,rgr(ss wan almoist Impnislible prevtented ia core by either thi Msrhool It)f Mlines or the stntoe eol lege. Twice the Miners were In threat tning dinttllnnr while theIr goal was in danger only )once. ()ld-style football waxs the oinly possible kind of plny and no o|pen wollrk was a:ttnlempted,. Thlough the mcor'e w\a. tied the gen erirl ti pinion sem(tid 1to be that the Miner hlind ia little edge over their opp, ill'llt4. Trleir inlterferetne formled mlir, riadily dr theilr Itne held mire cel ,).ly. 'lnflng wall the refuge of both sides and In this department the Minlllrs had [In uad\antagt on the av erllge o)f ti4hut four yanrdls. A kick Crom pinehlnltllt wasitis atttptedl Iby the c-lilge'. b1it \w nt to tillh left of thle i)oimts. It wns tried from ia difficult angle and thr muid ill one ý as sufficlent realn for nII Iss by the kicker, (Olllile. Two forward palines by the Miners went had one striking the grounl and the oth'er being intercepted by Donaid.On. Irwin was the consistent gainer for the .Mii.rs,. rlpeatedly makling from three to seven yauls. Smith and Walsh, the halfbacks, were strong In tirerlfle nce for tile tall full;acks, but had 4les. success In4 carrying the hall. Sjllithl Was naia.v for it touchdown onv,,4 but was tackled from behind by lHlgb!,. Walsh had swung Into prot ty Ilterferlence and wasvUS realld tol re )mo1ve Chamllirs, the collegr lbackfieldl man, froll tilhe lay, when Highle Hstopped hit lil man. Cullity, the Milners' iluarter, was cool andti resourceful in handllning iis (atin. His gritty plung hig u woin Inilny yalrds fior his tornm. W0olport In114e1 thet long run of the day. The (dlllghty IIttle halfback took 33 yards in returning one of BIrlnton's lilnts. I , He wi% L tlopped by Culllty's brilliant tackle'l iglbie, alt end, proved tihe revelathitn of the colliegi squad. playing a strIng defensive game rind sholwilng molre spleed than the other Send. on the field. Noble, at center. w1in the resplrt of the rooters by breaking up several plays around end. Gilliss was good ti n offense, but I weak oni defensive. Oil a punt forma tion hae took eight yards for a first doAn once and seven ynrds another time. He did Imost of the puting for the college. Fiollowing is the lineup: Rehool of Mlines-13roupe, right end: Madensl, right turkle: Brlnton, right guard; Pratt. center; Nrwton, Dobson, left guard; Splegel, left tackle; Man warring, left end: Irwin, fullback: IHmlth, right half; Walsh, left half; Cullity, quarter. State college-H-iglie, right enil: Truitt, right tackle: Wolfe, W. Hodg kiss. right guard: Noble, center: Gil lisa. left xuard; J. FH Hodgk)iss, left tackle; Htartman, left end: Chambers (captain), quarter; Donaldson, Cheely. fullback; Miller, right half; Wolpert, Ieft half. Offillals-Melntosh, referee: Knuff mann, umpire; Schermerhorn, field judge. Time of quarters, 10 minutes.