THE, FTKKIHP WORLD, THTTRSD A Y, tfOtfEMBEF 23," S 1011.'
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Commissioner O'Neil Writes In
teresting Letter on Boxing
Situation and Incidentally
Comes Out in Favor of Ref
ht. 1011. h. Til. Press r.ihlaihlaf Co.
(Tbr New York World).
n FRANK a O'NEIL Boxing
f Commiss.oner, has written n:t a
, letter lhat comes near covering
air the Interesting points connected with
tho prrSvUt boxing situation. Here It la
I Dear Bob I Imagined you might
attend the meeting of the Commis
sion to-day, but having failed to ap
pear. I am compelled to write you.
In one of your articles laat weak
jr'uu mentioned tne tact that I voted
to allow decisions by referees. The
minutes of our meetings, which I
intended to submit to you, prove
lhat such Is not the case. I dla
cusseY It with Major Dixon, but as
he ass opposed to repealing our
"no-dcolslon" rule I did not urge my
argument. Nearly a month agu I
stjggeated the giving of decisions
by rafertea, but the matter was
never voted upon. Frankly 1 am In
favor, of decision... but 1 never in
tend to 1st my opinion Interfere with
the sport. Despatches from Albany
rsad that Oov. Dlx la oppoaed to the
giving of decisions. The Uovernor
never gave me his views on that
subject, in one of your articles pub
lished laat week you note that the
giving of decisions caused the re
peal of the Horton law. In a meas
uie that 's true, but there were
other canses contributing to is
earl death. Head the Morton law.
Compare It with the Frawley act
There la no comparison. There were
no means under the Horton law to
eUaclpllne and blacklist a referee,
contestant, promoter or club for par
ticipating In a sham contest. The
State Athletic Commission has ab
solute control over sll parties en
gaged In the exhibition. It has
power to revoke the license of the
guilty club, punish the parties who
conceived und engineered the plot
and blacklist the guilty contestants.
It has larger Jurisdiction, which I do
not Intend to discuss st this time.
I was prompted to suggest the giv
ing of decisions In hope that It
would result In a champion In the
different classes. There Is no ques
tion but what there would be a
gradual process of ellmlnaton. The
contestants would prepare for the
encounter with more pains and
would, to my mind, strive with
greater effort on the night of the
contest, having In mind the fact
jMnt there was something else In
the house besides their share of the
profit namely, the honor of a vic
tory. A boxer would rsther have
"Shampion of the world" talked
iter his name und only a meal
ticket In his pocket than "Chairman
of the Hoard ol Dlrex-tors, No.
My plan, concisely, as far as thti
giving of decisions Is concerned, Is
first of all to have the oommlaslon
appoint a committee of live reput
able sporting writers. They select
the referees snd have absolute Juris
diction over the referees. Let said
committer assign the referees to the
various clubs, move then about ut
will and on the evening of a contest
assign u certain referee to the club
giving the contest, not notifying the
club or the contestants us to the
Identity of the referee until he up
peared In the ring with his authority
from the commitee. This plan Is
only an outline, of course, and, If
tfie Idea waa satisfactory to our
(lovernor snd .Major Dixon, could be
Worked out with more detail and
long better lines With the help of
the spoi ling wrltere.
Of eourse you will say that rambling
wlli result. Men gamble to-day and
will tu-morrow and all the king's
horses und all the king's men can
not change human nature. You can
not legislate virtue In the "genus
homo," dear In mind that many a
wager Is lost and won on the deci
sion given by the sporting editor, hut
the great trouble Is, you gentlemen
do not agree, on a winner. The
people want a verdict by the Jury,
not a disagreement.
I am unable to state at this time
If Oov, Dlx will Insist on a repeal
of the Frawley law at the next
term of the legislature. I cm cer
tain he will hear a defense of tlis
port before be condemns It. There
Is no question lhat the QoTOTBOf re
aches many letters condemning the
sport snd In no uncertain language.
I receive letters every day from a
certain class of people, denounclpg
me with a zeal that could be put to
a more worthy cause, for remaining
on the commission. One virtuous
old gentleman wrote that I would
peilrh In a horrible catastrophe. An
other gentlemen wrote the commis
sion complaining of a certain cluh
because the officials did not c-ve
film a programme of the contest.
We eaa't pleaae everybody. The
persons who write Oov. Dlx gener
ally Inclose a sweet little token
clipped from some newspaper written
by a long-haired reporter who. In
stead of being assigned to write up
"Prof. Hlghforehead'a Lecture at
the Sunday Afternoon Club on
klthlcal Culture," Is Instructed by
the sporting editor to report a boxing
I mtest. The Charge of ths Light
Brigade" fades Into obscurity when
said reporter finishes his report of
the boxing ooi.te t.
We must concede that there are
some parsons in this Stats who r ver
Hewitt boglny contest. Their Un
as' tb apart
H O OnretNM ,
VXO COOLO nMLV
Rv.-tM AND vV t. , -AND
Harvard Will Use Her
Full Strength Against
Yale Eleven Saturday
'Watch Howe," Will Be the
Battle-cry of the Crimson
(Sperlal to Th Evrnlng WnrM.)
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 3.
ATCIl Howe! Watch Howe!"
This short command, simple
In itself and meaningless to
an outsider, carries a world of moaning
to every varsity player In the Harvard
camp. This short commnad Is written
tn lsrge and I m .1.1 letters on the black
board whore each day the dally talk
to the team Is held and the board Is In
such a position that it can be seen by
the players both as they enter their
dressing rooms and when they Icavs
Arthur Howe, the brilliant Tela man,
is therefore marked. His every action
will be watched y certain Crimson
players muoh the same as a cait would
waitoh a mouse. In every play some
body will be following closely at
Howe's heel, and It Is the surest kind
of a bet that the Blue leader wiU re
member this contest for years to come.
Day In and day out this command has
been dlnnod Into Crimson eans with a
sldo order of "Take a couple of looks
once In a while at (imp."
Kead Coach Haughton has de
elded upon his line-up for Satur
day. It follows i Xsft snd, Smith ;
left tackle, Hltchoock; IsfUsUard,
Leslie; centre, Parmenter; right
guard, risher; right tackle, torer;
right snd, rslton; quaatorbaok,
Jotter; left halfback, Campbell,
right halfbaok, Wendell; fullback,
Potter will avert at quarterback and
stay there until Injury forces him to
qolt. This will mean lhat Harvard will
etart with her full strength aboard
This veteran quarterback la nervy, as
ooo) as an iceberg and ns steady as a
clock. His presence means that the
reins will Iks held tlghUy and that the
THE BASEBALL NUT CLUB.
BY BOZF.MAN BULGER.
O Vmi fans sj i ii .mws i s. - . .....
U- - -wiwsw i
Schmidt, the famous pitcher,
who was noted for the fact thsU j
that he carrhxl "the batler-s weak- ,
nesse. a little book In his pocket?
Whether you do or not. he is still play- ,
ik ...Fi-iwii ana lias jusi closed a sea
son at Fond da I.ac. lie is close on to
fifty years old. I hav
a letter from
htm In which he .says he wunts to j
writs a book, and If his letter is any 1
Indication of what ho would put In the j
bonk. It Is certainly worth while.
"I played on five different teams this I
year," says Schmidt, "and I won four- !
teen games out o ftwenty. I was on a
tallcnd tpmii Much tln.M it T .l.,,,.
wss that, even when In New York. '
Our manager la the only one in this j
league snu cnn pun Hie .Icluyeit steal ,
like they do In the hlg league lie tiled
In ten times last season and got thruwed
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fainoue salng that Wagner's we.uk- ,
w. wnita. lie uan on
the lovel with It. too.
JOHN HOI'KINH lives In a town
down In West Virginia where a hall
gan.e was once broken up In a
manner that might seem unbell. val. e lo
New Yorkers, unlists they havo seen ths
svro as uuesiion.
It appears that a new park bad been
built, a new team hlrei and all was
ready for the first game. A wire ooroM
was stretched In front of the grand
re founded on hearsay reports and
newspaper stories, and after reidlng
some of these newspaper accounts,
which are exaggerated and mislead
ing, I would not blame them for
calling the battle to the attention
of The Hague Tribunal. I only hope
that Oov. Dlx will attend a boxing
contest before he endeavors to use
his power In wiping the J? raw ley
act off the statute hooks of this
State. Mayor daynor would Investi
gate personally, I am sure, and be
come an eyewitness to s l.oxlng
match as It Is now conducted before
he condemnsd or M.proved. and
knowlna Oov TV T A?n j have
faith In his Judgment and know lie
will bs equally fair. a
riuMK a. c
CLEVl'R BOXING COMING INTO RING FASHION AGAIN
bt saata mm. ' wwmwjw . a :,
team will perform with confidence. Pot
ter Is an edupt worker. When he can
no longer etand the going. Qardner will
ha a.ii4 upon.
Felton will start at right end, and
this means that the Crimson man. if he
kicks up to form, should hold his own
with young Csmp. the Blue's punter.
Should Felton be forced out by Injury,
O'Brien will he called upon to take his
place snd Blacks!) will also get Into
the fray at fullhack for his punting
ability. This move will bring Hunting
ton to centre and relegate Parmanter to
Wendell's shoulder Is still bandaged,
but he Is feeling In tiptop form. Ho
will take no ohanceis Saturday and has
provided himself with a shoulder brace.
The big fellow feoia confident of his
ability to rush the pigskin for con
sistent gains against the Blue.
YALE LINEUP ANNOUNCED
FOR SATURDAY'S BIG GAME.
WsTW MA V EH", oonn., Not. 3.
The Tale lineup for the gams
against Harvard Satnrday will hoi
A vary, loft end; hcully, loft tackle;
'rands, left guard; Xetcham, oer
tre; McDsvitt, right guard; Paul,
right tashls; Bomslslsr, right sad!
owe, quarterback; Camp, loft
halfback; Spalding, tight halfbaok;
This Is the decision of the coaches,
but there Is a question as lo how long
this lineup will stay In the game, Paul
Is expected to give way early to llal
lauor, and If Scully shows any sfgn of
weakness Perry will go In. Merrltt Is
expected to go In once or twl -e during
the game In place Of Howe, who will
return at the beginning of the next
Th! team leaves this afternoon for
Last night the largest mass meeting
ever held at Yale was held In the Yale
dining hall, with addresses by the
coaches and cheers snd songs by the
It Is probable that the largest crowd
of students who ever went to an out of
town game will leave here to-morrow
for Cambridge by train and by auto-
siann and ail or the old cltlxena-the
hvig-whiskered hoy. who put up the
money-wanted to got In the front row
so a. to get a little extra for their
dough The screen was built on too
much, of elan!, and ths had to keen
their eyes glued right to the mealies
In tho eighth Inning the home team
got three men on haans nd T.efi. u, ,
hit for a home run. The excitement was
so Intenaa that eight of the old boys
leaped so high In the air that their
whiskers were caught in the screen
and they hung there until out down. In
leM thrilling rescue of the stockholders
1 fame was forgotten and had to he
played over the next day
y wore thrashing over
lestlon of a new manager
the Highlanders in Frank
ariy.ll's ,ifll,s. Tom Davis nude the
Huirhew 1..,, !.,. V. .i
iiiikhoy .liuuilntrs Is the only now man-
" "mU" Uh"r ' ,hB Ul
,h ,"" " The
n,ue.st apin-oach to It Is Hii,-r lire.-.-
nahan. and . will hJtVO to go u good
.".vin-e e. fs.nir,. IllrlleXUlg a WMI-
nam. The nnant winning man. m. is
"f the tut; IsSeTUSO haw liassn Mlick,
MQW, Clarke. OhekOCO und Jennings,
S!""" "1"mi"",w "" "lV-r
any other man who sets In iia l.suler
of the HJUtoptMra, will have to break
i'H.n-wi.iii.un ic.sir.i to i' "n Ket a
hoi "i the psmsBt.
PR0 SKATING SEASON STARTS.
The Iri.nl season of professional ruile
skating rai es will be Inaugurated to
night at the Metropolitan roller rink. A
one-mile race has been arranged, and
Invitations extended to the speediest
professional skators now competing In
ths. F.ust. Among those who have
turned In their entries ere Harry Burgs,
the youthful skater from lirldsepoi t,
Oonn., who made such a showing ..f the
veteaus in Ihe last championship series.
William Blackbum and Prank Brower
oi .-ev lorn, Harry MnrDonald of
I Brooklyn, and .less.. Mason. J, Kirk'
i brtdj and L, I.iunev of Newark.
Drahler- tlcllonouah tin a llraw.
MAHCHESTEM N. U.. Not. W.-Ua.t lleih
itr uf Csmhiiiige. llaaa.. ti run a Arte
mun Malououli. From the aerend to the
llilrtecnth McDoueush (ailed to set en e en break
in any qf the roneda. t4 won aJniiratl(.i br bla
BP l.'Tl wu .niMiy to onx nacs itt"r t.
Pde, ths larfl of Ueehlet'a wuked aeaatuu.
Opyrlghl, 1911. by The I'ress Publishing Co (The New York World).
CKVBJR boxing Is coming In again.
The popularity of One Round
Hogan's clean cut vlotory over the
rushing slugger, K O. Brown shows
that ths public Is growing weary of
mere mauling matches.
A curious thing In the boxing game
Is ths way In which new champions set
the styles. In John L. Sullivan's time
the man with the mighty wallop, the
savage mien, a consuming thirst and a
habit of throwing o!ls of bills away on
the street corners was the popular type.
Then Jim Corbott, shadowllks in his
cleverness, set the style for a while.
After him Fltxslmmoni, clever, delib
erate and a one-punch finisher, was the
model for all to oopy. Joe Oans learned
his wonderful style of fighting by fol
lowing and studying Fltxslmmons. Joe
wasn't a rubber. He was an exceed
ingly cool and careful blocker and de
liberate hitter, and no one ever doubted
his fighting alhlllty.
Battling Nelson was next to set the
styls. Bat became champion through
his ability to go In head down, take a
world of punching, never stop swing-
Schedule for Columbia Five
Contains Thirteen Games
Good Team Should Be De
veloped by the Opening
Battle on Dec. 1.
THK schedule for ths Columbia
basketball team contains thirteen
games. Resides the regular
league contests the Blue and White will
play the University of Maryland, New
York University and the Columbia
Alumni. Trinity. Wsslsyan and Penn
State have been dropped from this
year's schedule because of the two extra
games with Dartmouth.
Practice has been going on for three
weeks, and i-Y.sch Harry Fisher expects
to have a good team together by the
first game, which is with the University
of Maryland on Dec. 1.
The schedule follows:
Friday, I. . 1, fl'ln-ralty of Maryland at New
York: Friday, IK-. H. (VhimUta Ahin.nl et 00
hunt.ls "gym : Salurda), Ins-. Ifl iMrunnuth at
lllnnter. N. ll - Hstiirdar. Jan (i. IWljL Comrll
st Ithara. N. Y. ; Friday. Jau. Ill, Ismestoa t
New York: Saturday. Jan. IT. Prin.vtoi. at
I'rilieel.in. N. J.: lielupla), Jan. I'll, c .ni.ll al
New York: Tl.ura.1ay, Feb. k. Il.rUuuuth at New
Vurk; Monday, Felt. IS, 1'ul.en.ity ,,( Peiina)l
lanla at New York. Friday Feb. 1(1, Yale at New
York: Thursday. Feb. i'li, t'nirertlty of New York
at Columbia "sln"; Tuesday. Feb. 27. Yale .t
New lla.en. Couu.: Hatuntay. Uaioh 2. rnl.tr
it) of Peonaylranla at I'hlladeliiliia, I'a.
The (ilsnta have won another fame on their
h.ni tf.rmln trio In the .South. At Mluni.
Ill . the) .letVeti.1 Ilia l'oal tram by a acre fS
s to U. Tlte Glanta haia Miami to Jay (it
Malrin Shrtsard. the (reatsat middle diaUnea
runner "t Amerlra, will uislnrip. an .. iwrallon al a
)oal hoapttal early neit month. He la .uthrlon
fmto a growth en the l.-fl .Ma "f lna nek ttiAt
baa been thfre ainea nlldhl OSj It hat frown bo
args That It interferes with his breathing.
Another prosxtnent athlete haa quit the ranks
of ihe New York A I ' lie l Is, . K.lwar.1..
for us to make a suit or overcoat for Thanks
giving. Take advantage of our special ?a1e,
$20.00, to measure, from 500 pieces of very fine
suitings and 2U0 pieces of overcoatings. The
Arnheim standard of style and tailoring will be
embraced in these garments.
TiTZJIMrAOMb VMAi ONt of
"Trie MOVT DEUBCfcATE. FKjHTEKi
itA The. game - .n:d "WtOjUErn-eyr.
lng his arms, and tire his opponents
oirt. This style of fighting could go only
with clean living. It became the
fashion for fighters to boast that they
never drank or smoked or dissipated In
any way. Even If Nelson's fighting
style was crude, his Influence in clean
living was commendable. Battling
Hurley, K. O. Brown and the other
rushing slugger wero all of the Net
son school. The spectators, having
Nelson In mind, came Into the habit of
counting "aggressiveness" above skill.
This was absurd. Who would give the
prise to the rifleman who fired the
greates: number of shots in A given
time, rather than to the man who made
the best scorn of hits'.'
America takes Its tips from New
York. And under the Frawley
c lev or boxing Is taking the place of
slugging In our boxing bouts. New
Yorkers want to see men like Packey
McFarland. Matt Wells, Jem Drlsroll,
One Hound Hogan. Abe Attell. Freddy
Welsh, Ad. Wolgast, Joe Jeanette and
Sam Longford. All of these are good
fighting men. out they are boxers, not
BOXING SHOWS TO-NIGHT. 1
At National Sporting Club Young
Fl'Jislmmons vs. Young Henry, ten
At Fordon A. C mil Ketchell vs.
Al Uencdlct, ten rounds.
At Malvern A. C, Bronx Abe At.
tell vs. Lee Johnson, ten rounds.
Ieaoh Cross and Battling Hurlov
will meet for ten rounds at Olympls
A. C. next Monday night.
Frankls Burns of Jersey City and
Mike Malta of Boston meet for ten
rounds a Brown (Jymnaslum A. A.
on Tuesday night.
who led all his club mehra aa point gatherer la.t
"S! fM soon u he geta hla release. Edward,
sill make ailt-aUn for memlsr.1,1;, in the It , ,
American A. C.
The Amerb-an laws tennL. team, rhallengen f r
the Dwtgbt F. Ila.t. Iiiterriatlenal Cap, hare ar
rlvel at Auckland, New ..alan.1. In the party
are William A. Ianieil, Maurice E. UelsMafallS
and Itesl. c. Wnght. The tram will go by rail
to Wellington and tlien to i hrl.t.-lnm h where
tiia .hallenge round with the Ausiraliaua' will be
(Y.ntrarv to grneral eti e-tatlost. Or. F.matiut-I
leaker, (lie world', flies. oheSlpaOSi who ltrft for
Kun.w on ilie Maurelania, lest hi. aeesplSbog of
tiu. thsllaaef i uwue.1 by j. it. Cspsblsaoa a fort
night ago. to Ihe latter', manager. F. 11. Ito.e
Iwult. at tli same time giving l.iv coti.htlou,.
slili-h he put l'wn In aereiiu-.-n t :ir.igriih..
Waltt-r lne. iV"o.U ha. Iieei atirinte.1 ngrh
"f the I r uiwoiii i i - ii xl. team of ISIS, tie be
eeSSM SQeJOeSSBI ..f T"in Krah. she eetlre.1 la'
leer after thrtr aih'.-esaful aea-atua Mill, the teum.
Kntnea for taj KlMosal I'laaa ll amateur Ih.J
halk line billiard i ..... . . . .1 have been pasted
ui.Mi by Ihe N.ti.atul AseofSatiOB of ASAStSUf
M u llsiera. The list for t lie toiirnaine.it In
rlndea aereu csiiis-tltori. Cliarles K. White
holder of ihe r.inmt.i..iiHlili title, tark Mul.lau
w.M.r liHttierl 01 fa.: J. M Mlilelte
I laii'ke Ijomi,
(h-orgu I'. Ii. .'lark aiul 0
9 Ninth St.
Chasers Practise at
Home for Last lime
P1ivrc trv I civs Rrip-ht and
' '"'l''- " '- -O
. mj ...
cany lor rniuy iu-mui-row
(Si. :il mi Tkr Bfealaf fTesVLl
inapolls, Md.. MOT. .
SO far ns their home gridiron Is con
cerned, ths Navy football warriors
end their season this afternoon,
and when Capt. "Dolly" DoJtOB and the
other first-class men on the squad SOU
their moleskins und turn their togs over
0 be pa-l "1 "P or to-morrow's journey
to uuaUertown at the end of to-day s
coaching, they will bM adieu to or-
den I'leld n. undererauuaie yiu.r...
Dolly" and one or more oi nss
who will be grade e'er another season
begins may appear here again, but It
will be as coaches next season when
they come back to teach the youngster,
the floor pent, of the great American
Bright and early to-morrow morning
the squad of eleven men who will start
the game against the Army on Satur
day with twenty-four ubslltuets,
coaches, trainers and rubbers, will leave
over the W. B. A, Hallway on s Penn
svlvanla Hallroud special due to land
them at Broad .street, rsu."!-"-. --
ufiial rousing Navy send-on I
by their companions
f the brigaOO, wsm
... them again until they trot.
Into the u'
m M rntniuin r ieo i
iu.hr of battle in their eyes n.;r..
bffore ; o'cJm-k on Saturday afternoon. .
rma! practice, consisting of an eas;
slitnal nnl formation drill, will bj had,
on Tranklln Fleld to-morrow afternoon
., ...ii.-,r .,.n..,l has been safeb ;
uuartered at the Wnltnn, where those
....... .hii, ir,,nt a better mascot man
a mule will hold forth during Phitly's
iKallmt Army-Navy week-end.
Unlet- the coachos make some an
nouncement at the e:id of practice this
afternoon, two positions In the line-up
' will still he unsettled when the s-iua.1
sta.ru for I'hllly. These are right guard,
where F.lmer. a two hundred and seven
i pounder, rnd YVakeman. wno, woue
i lighter. Is more dependable, aro ine
possibilities, and right tackle, for which
Davis, who play. si against Army last
i year, and Ralslon and Hedman are the
Tho chances would, however, seem to
favor llMf nnd Redman to start the
I fO-NIQHT TO-NIOHT
VvVsV f'l IporrmgC!oB,0r.:.,;1n""
i Vounq I it.simmons vs. Young nenry
Mike Farrell vs. Yoang i . ns
rrl.es. l stil. Slit Hex Seat. 1.
Ulli a.'-tJil -tl'i luilyMal '.'.ll.'t S.st. St hi -
AROUND THE WORLD
e'ertes of forth Embracing Xpectaclet
KT" VanlsMaS llaee,, (ctorv of In
M'N. Idlnn Trll.nl l.lfel Told SXjMWaM
KVti. H. I'urtlst with Motion I'letures.
rtreneatnt . '."-'. PoeuTsi Prl .. s.-s's on sale
WINTER GARDEN VTwViv.t
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. .r . k It'wai i, Xhth St. KTga.. S I "..
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VIOLA ALLEN r?8MV
W. .f li te. H. . s IS
l.at Ms'1-ne Sat. r ln.i.
thk DRAMA PLAYERS !.,.. ,
To night ''The ThunderlwU." IWrsetnr
t.s u ut II ... .v ll.'.IL. Kr. s.16.
i,,bl' nllllU OI)r. ,i. :.tt..We.l .Tlutiks'g.
liu wui. t .1- ;at,,.sl .1 in nk.- g.
Lett I e l I
et Kun. E
withtiinniu t.ruN A a somaaag of 100.
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M1M. Ill IS
KITTY (.liti s
it. oo any musical BjBjf In,, town.
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it :tu.ht. Kjt., 8.10.
M.tt i "-nt .Wed 'I lutnVs',;.
Nffimr THE KISS WALTZ
" V're-,1 'il"" T HE NEVER HOMES !
ailVUAIief "' . K tll'.a,.T. :.Vft!Mtrai.t
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.!...'."' KOI I 1 I AiMlJ PAID I UK
i 1 .
T'hVaW. BUM P11I IHr SIRiNCS
.vuh si. Sir; vsw,
03 in ."!. M.u
Set.. Wei .' Tbank.'.-. li.llll
u.Hh.iisn iire,t( t t.. ' sh, iirn a sihav
Sothera Mirlowe ffmfr
WKST fclNll. lif'lh. W. of Nth ar. Ka.. .
A Leug,,. OVERNIGHT jgj i
It W,le, SIMUaC la Xas Wolrlert
MOBOOV tV,ER SAID
Ooc GrVNS. CouldnT
FlClMT - -
VCT JOC WAi
OMC of "TH6"
game, with all of the others getting an
alternate chance during ths progress
'. of the Imttle
The other line positions will be filled
I by Hamilton, left end: Brown, left
tackle; Howe, left guard; Weems, cen
tre; with ailehrist playing right end
on defense and holding down the pivotal
J"h on offensive work.
McReavey. one of the other week fleld
men. will go In at end when Clllchrlst
drops beck to quarter on offense. The
other backtleld men will be Dalton. at
left half; Kudos, nt fullback, and Nich
ols, at right halfback.
ARMY TEAM UNDECIDED
ABOUT ENDSJHEY'LL USE.
est POINT. N. Y.. Nov. 13. -A
long slgi.il drill was all that waa re
quired of the Army yesterday. Sev
eral combinations of backs were used,
but without doubt Brbwn Is picked for
left half and In all probability M
DonalJ will be In at right half. The
ends aro as yet undecided, but the four
men from whom the wing men will be
picked are UUlesple, Cook, Hogs and
Sale of the Army tickets by specula
tors hxs caused much discussion. West
Point and the Army Athletic Associ
ation have secured a line on a num
ber of tho seats offered for sale. It
was given out nt the Athletic offices to
day that the numbers and-sections hai
been DOtOd and that duplicates for the
seats would b- issued. The dupllcat ja
bear '.'in Inscription; "This ticket takes
precedence over, all others and any
u.uvr arastwi no iois ssssi is voiu.
SHORT LAY-OFF DOES PENN
PLAYERS WORLD OF GOOD.
ISpet ial lo The Keening VTorll.)
1'HILADKDI'HIA, Nov. ffl.-Penn's
varsity eleven was seen In action again
vesterday after a two days' lay-off. and
defeated the scrub team In a praoLlce
game by two touchdowns to none. The
team showed by Its playing that the
short reist has done It lots of good, and
the way the first string of backs tore
through the scrubs' line for long gains
speaks well tor the Quakers' chancos
against Cornell next Thursday.
MIW VIIRK's I.KIIIIMi TIIKATRKM.
LUPIBL l f U Sits. S.iSJ ...tl
ClIrlKC Vt'e.1. A Sat at 2.15.1 Weeka
JOHN DREW m A SINGLK MM
I III! H H'way lost Ke.il It i..ll
LICCl.fl Mats Ttt-dsf k Set., it. in. Weeka
Miss BILLIE BURKE .:AY
psnu .vuh st. li'ttar. oliinibna Circle.'
rnWV Kvs.H.IO. M.iti. 'id. a Sat..S.I0.
THE QLAKER GIRL WaW
HUDSON t'C H'-sVt. SVSfcf-
"Oue of the best plara svcf written."- Tloirs.
Hb LKN WARE MM
ROSE STAHL 'SJSP
KNICKERBOCKER "inrsg's'i ITi
DONALD BRIAN ",";:,",' THE SIREN
UI'I LDIAM ilroerinay. t Ith St. Eli. 8?iS.
I HI I r KIUlU M. wul. .V Sat. at 2.1B.
"Tlie Great Big lliimjn an.l Hnmoro.u oia. '
F A S SE RS-B Y
THE PINK LADY
I lOCCtTY W si. nr.lfsav. Kre8.l!
Llot.nl 1 UatnesWed, m 1st m
HI MIN AND WILLIAM tAxlNUM
In THE LIITLtVl Hi.BLL
KITTY GORDON Tln ENCHANTRESS
Thomas A. Wise & kriS,tt$$
John Barrymore I INCLE SAM
Iiil Uiltllt'k. B'ariA)i, klta. sls.ll
JUL Wr.nr.H s m.. ,v sat a i
THE WIFE DE.IDKS B&S.
I ABAtI sstlJJNQd WSSICS 1 14 ADyAWtTn1
ROLLER I Metropolitan lilk KTYt
SKATING! Kit. Band Concerts
sri.ruv in' in sir
10, 20 & 30c
-raasBiiws a t ,..,
I '! z1 a i u acsT as. a us
& ir..a,', I ivai.YVTi mWft.
1 WE. Ul iWtVI d&
tuAit.i it mi. itr ni mi:
K Ml. Itr TO-M(IHI'.
BIG GAIETY CO.
ai.i i i ...j
I 15 r. M., i'.V A Mki. Mau. lb-Ilk. Sights. 10.
All SeeU Heaeried 16 25 Canlinneue Vef.
U Vlf VeeoerUls Aoes. I U.S0 to 11.00 V. aV,
One-Round Hogan and Other
Won't Be Allowed to Box j
ALTHOUGH ths Frawley Boxing
law is only In oxlstanco three
months, Secretary Obarley Har
vey of ths state Boxing Commission
has already turneu over to State Comp- I
trollsr William Sohmsr I10.00O, which
represents 6 per cent, of tho gross re
ceipts takon in at all tho shows. As
the game ll getting better every dav
as a result of ths cold wsather and .the
new class of fighters who are arriving
In town dally, it certainly looks as If
the suto will receive at least" IW.Wtt
from the sport by ths end of the tint
year The Boxing Commissioners have
decided not to permit any fighter to
take part in boxing exhibitions in thea
tres, declaring them illegal. Thia rul
ing will atop One Round Hngsn from
appearing at a local theatre next week.
Matt Wflls the r.niilsxdlghtw.lght cheausea.
J) gas own- st the .deVw. iSSl? .i
EfAMJlft la letter to s friend bm . '
Ui.t h. Sill keep ,, fUUn these boatreou SsKt
.- I tn a Ufht sih either Peeirr McTU.S
S Ad WjAS. A. mam sattje auca i? JSssls
Viejla will rcium to that wunttyT
KM XfotVy. the hMrywrtght, who ksa k.
mlaslnf 1mm this ,lnU7 foTresil wOL TS5
fbsUlv km Issttsd. H. is w InftrllA'ej S 1
M rliibi there lest enalog be met Btkst hk.
a r renrh nunllut. in a ten round twin, the rsSrTi
cilllns the ,-onteat a draw. Mec'or fousht in
I'aru ur nvi aro end that to probaWi ksa
reason why he went oier there asetir
leirA MSSM end other titled eupneHsrs of
I'.i-Him in Kajlar-i are raaUnf mniouj iiSort
to ha., the avert ..ntlo.n-.l In lhat rasntn. A
Arthur Conan Dnrle. win e another adforate ef
the eiort. sar be has seen m.re trora! thlnea oi
the fooll7leld than In the toxins rtni, "
The Ip-to-the-Mlnute man
wants auit that keeps up with
his ambitions, without straining
his wallet. I serve this way.
(My Only Store)
119-125 Walker St.. New York
III LAHOEST DAKOWO SOBIOOU
IN8PKCT IT TO-DAT. Oooa 10 A. K. aaSM
. 10 P. fLl lessons. It: S. IS.
us hut auTU st. (Columbus carets!.
FIKSI I'KIVATR IKNHOV rtifg
are not reeened.
H A VM ON D In the
HITCH C O CK rkd
s. W'k AI.K'K I l lllll. 'Little Mist Vli-lt '
y'.ia.M Sharp. M'a. set.. Wed. AThangsi'g. il Sears
CE NTlJRY Hew Theatre) I f&iJLV&.
WUUCK'S MuLh Hit,. WM. 4 TUUskM'l,
B oat A SUth at.
Hoeletv nf New Vara
JONKI' stkanskV. ignduelor.
( ARNKIdli II
ri.or.. Night, Si,.,. SI. Krl. Aft.. Nov. 14.
rnrslfal. I'r, hide l.lorlfl. elloei QessS
1 rldai Siiielli I'nneriil Mereti frnss
Mnbler mil . mi., i llerthiiten, "Rreiea.
We, ta tl. Mgt. 1...U I. i, riieiltou.
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1 CY MOllliAN,
Herlt-a. Aasi.te.1 by
b Mil' KIM A
mis. i Suiiabliie. U alei-
l.ery Bro.. a Teausn. J
asSIOBt, (Utok A Ixtrana.
I.niis-I (Jiutrtet, tlntliirift
M IVrVltK ,v IIKtTll.
In their newest act,
"Waltlug At the Church."
as a icrn shih m
nr. II way. k,i. - 13
'l.ur. .v Ms. j i.
a.S-arCV-V Matinee Thar
In THK Uiri'l'IIV
KTKK 11 lll,i,
mabkL Hnic. laTTIiTs
OLIr-K. Valeria B.rgeia
Co.. "Tha llathing thru,
Hamea (rawfor.1. others
JOS. K. UOWAUD A MA
. ' M-L-ANB. fhe Lead
lng Lady," 4 Httntlaga. otha
CAIIKIK UK XIAH
llatxllt" is. V. Uaeiles a
Ki. WUfred Clarta 0,
Mauagan e Uwsuda. atka
I I. .ta. A UJd St.
Mat lvnlv HfW.
fth.t. A lJlltliSt
Mai. Pelhr, itr.e.
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DM At. 4 ntMtiSt
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'.''".V. IUII Ft nilt I --.
la est. I The ( uliimhhe
w .in., --""""sww Matinee
i Burlssiioeee. 1 SSr A' Joel
INI GARDEN Vjrlj
lt Not. II), 21. . IfSj
lptl a!..mlM, ifiareeoe lf4l
UT41 and Eraoing. Mrji
saaaaaopena uaiu a a.m. sasjafff
VB uterustioaal ILWMI
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Seat.' Is tie 4lW
Sr urn r gallenei aar
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