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FUMBLE FATAL TO
CORNELL ELEVEN
?
Pcnnsvlvania Captain Snaps
Up Ball and Runs Fifty
YardsforTouchdown.
FINAL SCORE READS 7 TO 2
Bif Crowd Sees the Quakers
Slightly Outplayed, but Add
Another Victory to Their
Long String
Bv Herbert.
?
?_]>?, damaglni fumble?op
hy i
; to .. and to ?Unue
.
ten onlj ta
' ??
idflred ln ? d a and, Jun
. .ced ntty yarda for a touchdown
,.,.'.- d tba ba
they could not ?
bad nff a..d tuml
neyivaala i lyera Minda
?
4 bdown by Minda, aftfli J. 8. W
Ihi Cornell centre, aad
,.,i ;, punt cu Feansylvanla
| tld lin.'. Thr 1 * *?
koaI post, wltb ? two Cor?
nell aaen
.
r ?
, thetwoopp
ne In th? Oral o>
i
?
t?l tn- ball. ? ??
Errors That Proved Costly.
tplayed
?
? , to V..h ?
nnd errt ' H''om
1 '
'
nandUng ol the ball ia m
. . |i and whih Cornell I
- ?
.
1.1(6 Of I
II
.,,,,) the. roughl v II
.
Iftebigan and tha Carltata Indi
? I '
.
?
. Ivanla, thelr ? "
I
i turn
own, and l
| Urth U
Soggy Turf a Har.dicap.
Il BBK
thal thl
?
bandlcapped
,, Ul. . turf, and that aome
Ol I 0: ?
Il mual further
I hat th< ' ; an ex"
ibllng. Under the. dr
n could ivAa t?. ? ii
i al thli p
0*Co-_oi ?
? a hicb co
? ?
.'..! lt "beltlng" lack ?
'
. \, i ...,:'.. | .1 Iiis hands on thfl
? ? porsoi - looked ?
tea th?i. were wbm d.u not pronoun<~
.; oofl of thi I BM t lnl
Of UM BOBBSn 'i '" loin. 11 ni. n
Axm down inbb Itba .-. ? atrong,
and Um ariaj the) elMM
support of thi a team waa i revelaUon.
The) tOOh .i ieaf out Of li:u\.ird's book.
nnd between ba
l.ainiki-rilu.!. loin.ed a bttgfl red "C"
backgro?nd ol whlti and
biack, whh-h adutu u teach greatly .u
,.,.(iat.'(J I'.v thfl crowd.
\an:a BBflS reflPCBMled with tln
i-l.de. Wt_ch made il look as il tln slamis
tottcrlng and taisud a laugh.
The day was not BMadfl to order loi thr
unlookers. as the bitlng wiad flaadjfl II
.ilmo_.t too cold for conifon. ?__, BB?Ch
sattsfsction was exprvfesed that I
managetl BB burn its wav thiouyn tbe
?l.-ude, whlch in the morning gaVi
anow and raln in turn. Ab prevtonal*"
told. the gridiron was flOggy and trasi b
??roue. whlch made dodging dlthoult an.l
nrought many a run of hi_;h pn
a audden flfl_L
Game Full of Dsshing Play*.
Thfl game waa full of 1>. B Id
Ward passcB, non. of Tihii h,
l.roved suciesstul: elever, pSH?ag punt
.ng. eharp, Quiek Uarasts at Ihs Une, Boroe,
-nd as | rule accurate, Uuk'.i.
aome htllliant dashes ln a broki D fleld
? ?ir.'-ll forwards liad a flUghl ad
\anlanr over their opponer.t.? i'i ChArgl?B
and hrmking through nnd apollfld many
l Penr.sN Ivanla play in the lajMng, whlle
the Cornell fludfl stood out gbflrVfl their
mmediate nvals In a wav that left no
rpesa for cowparasoa The ...
ma) i s**i beea a bM aaore sfn ci
the Oer_aM men m tl poaitlon
but tblt ?'a? not partleularl) raarfcfld,
BJ puntlns ffgill BUtl
uttt ot hla ?niis had ai?eh ;.
Cornell Coach
Praises His Men
|U\ Tetearapfa t? ihr Tiibaae.l
bla, \..?. .'H.-ln thr dreaalafl
r, ..in after i ii*- fsatball bssm bers ???
daj i>r. \ii?. i ii Mtarp. brad ? aeu i> <>'
ii..' i ..uull leain, n-eda tiit- fallewlag
atateaaaal
? ii,,. in.ti played Ihe i..--t .Iball "r
ihe -.?. i-.-.ia.. taUawlaa !*>? baU
.l?-.i. aad asrklaa bsrd aad eoflalat
.nii, t'.ii.in:!.....!. i bla ateady ???'! waa
aratifylaa ta aae, aad i ? aa ??'? wltbwrl
reaerve Ihal thla ie..m ia ts-day'* gaaaa
... a ara alaadard for Ihe apert al < <>r
?,ii N'alhlaa bat .. ilelor- .Id i.a.<
pleaaed me better."
ii...- Reed, ?i?> haa bad rhara* sl Hi<
..rwarda tbla aeeaas, aald!
?the work sl lb* .srwar-l* aatlaned
?,, eien ni the ..m:.ii.'-i ietall. sad tl"
,,...r ti..- .an.e v.iii be _a**-Hlre i?
fat are aeassaw, "> ,'"1 " *m **** ** ?
ji: r< .'.! nl
III thal la. i. Msahtaj bad ls *sj araa
lhat althMth dlsappalatrd, Ihe Mlaa al
,i?. .iri.it ai.Ilgated bj Ibe hard
ptajrlag <>f Ihe ">? a,
I iipliiin Itnller aaM: I SBJ i.r.ni.l t..
hare been i ii<- raptala of sarh a blgh
_plrited aad BaMla? lot ?.r players. Ol
.-ui-.. ae are te-Hbly dtaappstat-d, bai
ll aaa ?< a*sd aasas. and l^_n__yl*raata
deaervea all < redH i<" slaalag."
- . i ? I :"
team, aa a wbole, *
nlabed and apoke rol imea ror thi
coachlni ? v !l" bbt bei
working bo I ird to eatabltafa a
had furnlahl I I
with pl.nty of weapona roi
.
latita, nad devi a
. . t ol forwa
. er pomta
.: van Orman, anol i
-eofl enda, i
led for bi
[earn.
iln EUdle Butler'a puntlng a|
I
it wa_
k tnat 1 ha**e
;.. . '..!??. ????
I
, twlstlngd
nd dlfflcultj
ivanj ? ?
., IV,h ltll.ll I
? . ch ln mosi
vn.,1 with
mc-nl .? hi appn
?
I.- van
[wlth ihe ball
?
I ed the flcora.
Eyrich and O'Hearn Stand Out
remlnded
lt fltru
. p, ? a: lv?
B bit n
? ?
.,.,.! neii
? ?
ei ?? did not uhine i
which
'
Hi
....
in .. way
Har
- pla) ln ?
lilllant, whil
handled H
(law
?'
down for Penn
..;. ad
vantage of |
.... a*hlch waa empha
? Coi ni ll men galm d IM
for the Quakei -. All tl (hl ot ?
cli ai ly In the 4
on thb agt
It may bi
vanla I .?> around throt gh pea
? |
... 'i v. , ? thoee ol
\ dashlag run b
?
puat whlch earrled ti"- plgakln well Into
aylvanla terrltory araa nulllfled
. penalt) whli h gave P< i
ail ln mldfli i.i
GEOEGETOWN PILES~UP SCORE.
Wi Bbiagtan Not lt Oeorgi town dt
? ? nta Palytflehnie Inatll iti
football her.- to-daj by a Bcore
. brglnla boya a -
mly In Uh
I layi d the loi al ti am to .. .-. o
tie. On th.- a
??? Pteaa against
the heavy attacka of Oeorgetown'i
\ _'_>*? - 1 ' Mt 1\ I lt l ii' a?-?i
?*BLING OF BALL WHICH Jg^Jg"*"J^
Story in Detail of How
Quakers Beat Cornell.
on the Held bi
, ne mlw t< i
II ? oai from the ....
I .. Uttle tlme ? ?
? ? mptl) at -' ?
* , ?
w,.n tbe toss foi Cornell and o- ? ?>? ?? ? ?
v. nd tt hli ' ? M'"
kli ked off for Peni ' Frlts,
I the ball
I |b oa ? led on tl
on blm. '
P
H
i ? neat
? ?
the Itt-d
and U i
..
, (Ton to skli tti.
plungea ?? w i il
.
. Two
..u thi
i
hlt him so hsi I
.
on Cornell'B ' ! ; "?"
umpln
no p'.nal '
niit. but i
I
and Nai
?
.. . . i ?? |< .
"
t<
?
. . la.
? .. ? ? ? *.
., - a b ?? thi Quaaera w<
-
fell on n." ? *? ;
- ?
:, pli nlng hlm lo ? u I
ta .. ?
i
Quakers Score in Second Penod.
?
tlng ofl
hlnd hin
bounds < ? FaUiag
.
i . lin ? 'oraeU'a
runnlng attack eould noi break down the
"..'.?
alty ol
holdins I ? in his
.; '
t.n yard ?' ? '
? ... nd h forw
in tted littli ? .. Marahal] trled to
?
a drop kli i. fi om he 1
, !'. ? ?
?
oni a da ? rds I
0*1 !onm '. from Itl
- ., ? twenl
followlna ? hi. h Butler punli d
?
v
Eyrlel
best
rhani ?
fortunei of tln nti .1 '.n .
'
At*k for a n of i
ed thi ... . on Pennsyl ? ,
v\ hen lald loa t. Mercei ? l'i 'onno i
ed off elght yard
a flrat but B< I ' ? i ?
How Pennsylvania and
Cornell Took the Field
1,-MNaYLVANU -. tnnvKi.i. tt)
Mt. Ht. A?e. I'la-rr. IV-ilion I'laver. IgV llt W i.
tll .'..'I!' N Youn* . UII I ...I Kiyhl llllnni Ifl MB IJI
ne aaa n wstaaa . i.rn lasbia aigbi vi-i> it? h.o. j*.
180 aaa tl liasaaaj. Lefl Oaasi ri.i.i Chaaaaaaga. -.? gJg r.o
ns e.oo tt awaaaaa. ... Caaara.Whyta ia ii.no no
1.8 5.09 M tirrea. 1.1,1,1 (luard left'. Mi.i.n- . ... o.til |gg
IM fi.os Bl i>,ii,,i.KiKhi lasada UM....Oarar .. -i .-, in mo
IH.'I 6.08 81 .lo.iroVt I.*IkIH ln,l l.ft K.-rl.-h .; OM IM
IM 3.05 H Martliall OOHrterlri.k Itutter .1 .VO'i |7|
167 3.07 M MfcBda I. fi Halflm. k Hiain Prttl .'l 5.11 \r?,
171 5.o? a Maaaaagtaa. ptgM Mattaaeb Ledl OTaaase n B.M IM
177 5.0tt M MatflBf lulll.a, k Hill g| gjg |?7
*^.rii?r ?elBht of IVnn.j I. xnln llne. 1 . f? .muniL; flSflfflfljfl WfllgM "f torn.ll llnr
IM-paaaiai averu*r wsegtt of Paaaailiflala ba*kataM i?" pasaala a.m^ vsegM ot
i.rn.ii backiieid. in* ,...,,?.j?; avesage wsfgM M I'.hiimh..nin etovea, |7:, paaadai
averaga ?eiaht of OasaaU etssva, <'.". aeaada,
O-Malsi Bsfaaas W. a. Laagfsrd TrlaMi rmalrs PavM Paaie. flwaara Uaoa
man?t ail Mir-hall. Ilartard
Taarhdaaa f.?r Piaa?_IibbI.i Mai-ai. i.oai ir. iiBihdaws *J_aa_
Hafeti laarbdaaa for CsraaR i,> MBada ?.?? ;. i.i.h k.-.i i.nnt bj -i. ?? Mhirte
Mil.-lilul.. lor <?n.ell?R-niieit. -|r|? |IH|ft,14, k. ,?r |ri(/. TNHaBBhal rlKl>l gflflrt.
for (baaaaabja, in aaraad psvladi inu. rlghl haffljaiB. for ?saaaatt. n? asaaad haM
spsaaA aad __a_aaaa|ga. 'i?iit gaard, for MaMflaaaaii T?i.rr. i.n balfaaek, for OTaa
nor. in foiirtl. BSTlsil M-ller. fiilllm: k. f..r Hill. In l.i.t fru BBfaetflSl RflflBfl, l-ft ead,
f..- i.riiii. mniflifl?, left Ubrfcle, f..r Oayeri inhr. n.i.t laekle, '..r \..t.. R, n
Mli.te. rbmbt iialfha, k. for |it/.
Maastltatea tor l'enn-> I.a.ii .?Vonr.
Ilmc of aame?IViur |.ei i?.U .,f tlft,..-, ntinute- o?. h.
. i foi l'i. flnd HI
I . | ... ta ?,,. i o ch.
.. Koa| rrom placement,
... ?
ed on l
nd P
of dan
. |d
? | ; olnl of ti"'
?
....
Mlnds
All Cornell in Ttyird Period.
'?? ?
? ?
?
1 I
? . I
?
. .1 aitb two
,i tii< ii
.t ol r* i'-h
.... th.i i !
When Hi.
., w ,,), i.. i ?>.. , the dangcr
Im .
Again tl f"r :l
' ... .1
?.?? arda and
? tbta ..?
I
? .
'
'I ..II wi
?
lUplfl of
?
CorneM's St, uggle in -
ind fli
ted i" .!? ? ?
of nlnfl forwi.nl
. ; . Une r flnd
tl t pui na and forwAi I
,,_- made up largi I) Ihfl
.
:,.,.. tha sat looae I
bea in thi
not t omi Mllar also was
lie tl
. ,, . . ' ?
ou d ?? ? ? enough i.
.
lerrl*
, rm. bul ta
. ... ...... v II B
tercepted two o 1
.bout in
.1 int effoi l t.mplatfl one tor
.rneU'fl JO-yard Une,
a hen lha del ',,!,li scl aa
? ,i i. Mlndi "? ?? foi -
.... ,i . . ? ount, but
. : w.in
q ... on dos
w .Mi onl ? one mlnute lo pl< i i tornflll
? .-.i tui nlni it taat Into n Ictm >.
., long forward pass to
?', i. .?? n. .illy a rlrar fleld
? ..'it ..>? reaeb ef Ihe
.??,,! ui.i a "i i io ni" Quaksrfl
niidfleld
as i... i .i for a
eanl -ai.i .rn i^.. plungee, bul aaeb
. Pennaylvanla team lost fifteen
boldli g, whlcb foi c?d the ball
.'.., in. ita own terrltory. i>ut just
aa Mlndi droppad bacl to punt, t he Baal
-i. ii . 'i out. Bo Pennsyh anta
College and School
Football Games
(Ol.l.r.t.l. <.\>fl* (KASTJ.
r*4BBAJ N Aala : 4 iirnrll
I arlialfl Indiuna l.' lirnu n .. 0
BJ/aah, and .l.'ff .': llm knell |
1*1?? Btalfl n ritMiiir_ii 0
1 rtatgh "i I ritiiU aml Mar |
G4BA*r*s4e?rfl :? Vtrg?B_ r..i. i
i i: ? r\\r io Mflhaaaoa i i
RaeBaflfltat ; Itatayebars I
\ .in.i.-ri.iii i.i Bs_eaae o
< oi ii i.i i, wii ? (ta mv),
Ohin Btalfl 11 Mieh|gaa Aggie* fl
N.ilrr llamr lifl Mnriinetlr 0
Mliosal tl ( in. inn.il. |
Rt-flflVf -| | AM 11
fMeAf t rcata m BJ, Laala i .
Bl ilooi. i. utn
?"??!.I li Or:,n?? ., I',.,r i..|.. .
Played a Safe
Game, Says Smith
|M> TliBgraB- ? ? Thfl Trilmne.l
i-ioia.i..||.tii.i. n.h. 8tV?_a_y B-atth,
head aaaflh ..f tt"* Piaaaylraala leasa,
said after tha gaaoei
"I hiii iti'II sati-tleil flrtlh Ihfl r.'-ull ?f
Ihe khiiii". Tlne inrn urnt on I hf Oi'ld
r\|ieetln* Ihe < ornell Iflflflfll to p!a> its
|,,?l aaflflS Bf lha >ear. and It did. Our
BMa wine la?taeetefl* 'o ptap eatety :?"<*
D..I lo tak- hlg <lii4ii.e?. Ihfl (*BBB-4Hfl
?<-re In llne phjrpflral innditlnn and Wflflfl
Bghtlac .In-t aa bard ut tha fla_h m al
tbe -lirt. Whal liltle fumhlin* tlie Iflflflfl
,li,| ?,, iM I" the ?rt '...II. Ihe in.-il
totnomeA ii?- aell masadldly. Wrsh-ll
??.,? flll BPllM?lll gflOd in hiiniliMK Hut
Ur's -J* t?- "
LAST TOUCHES FQR ARMY
Squad in Long Signal Drill?
Line-Up of Team Decided.
t \ .
\\. t i int, Nov. 9 - An hour and a
apent hy the Army foothaU
team thlfl IBOI-iag la its flnal I'V.i
, og (or thfl Wav) game, The men wlll
k Untll tiiey reach PMla*
, Wh? ' will I ?'? Ul I
d, either on Prt
.
. t a who." ; n -? ttlng
gown under tr.e punts, wlth lisnt. tacklinx
Uons 'ii ihe forward paaa an.i liL.k
ihfl duromy, after whi< a Captata
> and pep
i ... Axxordlug to iiany
' r ?
md flpuita
.. .. ided thal Mflnillat
t thi game at lefl i nd,
.. ?? so boUy eonti st< d b:
.. . .,...? And tri.tr Huflton,
: tuentl) dur
a IU ?? l Um eaU ovi ?
.,?8 for the jrliurd pe l
aii . . ' lierrlllal i -
- ..?.!, ?Ul 'it la beel
witii tiie Army'a plays, aad thal Buaton,
.... bi iv:
a other pia
..... . ir th- li
? ..; ? a)ao aw day
, . . ,..t do lha inn f'a *
? .lur.l.iv. K aea doing good
,,?. mtarh "??:J "l late,
.. . ? .,;; ? ii. v< i b? used,
tea i
thlng, liobbfl la far man Hta
. to ?! ly were beauthtuUly ?
,, i,. i an ' i onslsti ntly u eurate.
. rful pnnter when rl| I
, . ,. . ,.? with tbfl left f' "t
,...,. ?? i goali
? tO .... . drlll OUt "f f
Ibe foui t tt .i
s.i on ii" 1 ?'?' ? ' Ume
in tba ta.. of a strong a Ind
:>. up for tbe Nai *v->? an*
no im .d aftei to-d i i \ a Uce ua foi
efi tackh flVynne;
. iard, . in. ton; rlghl ta< kli. Devore;
rlghl i-i. i Ifarkoe; quarterbach, Prlch
ick Hobl i rti ..t half*
nd fi.iih.i. u, Benedli l 'i'he
team wUI av. ragi i.i pounds, the Uneanen
lu P
i . Army aquad will hav.- for Phlla
d. Iphia t i-iiiorrow moi?Ing at r.Jo o*<
,,'.., tha Weat Bhore snd Peniisyli
Th* bettalton of eadswi wlU foUow Bat
FORDUAM UNABLE TO PLAY.
The Kor.lhai:n DniVarstt) nnd l/Ulanova
? otbfl i eleven . win. >h irer? io bara met
.'i Pordbara Pleld, rhs Bronx, yesterday,
had to poatpoas UmIt battle ouing to
mat Bald fcalloarlag tha faii of snow in tha
mornlng. Tbe Ttnng'r ed lha PeonsyW
? team mus pet?ueded to k<<>j? his
'i here until Ra'ui.l.iy, wh.-n the ron
i. -i wiii bfl played sa the Matrooa Beld.
Coaches Non-Committal as Men
Leave Annapolis.
RELYONSTRENGTHOFLINE
Squad Sees the Penn-Comell
Game and Take Lessona
frora the Quakers.
? otball
thtfl
... take ?-? :'Ml1*'
delphla II ; Bend-onr.
man ln l
I
the |
?,1 ring In ? - ' "ie
? rainat
'
mo n aull of th.- ga ne. Howard
. aad ''?'"*
v. ,f apon H,,rI
VPhaaton aava atatad th tl tha teai
Improved graatly of lat* and ihoald
a good acwouat of Itaalf Tl
among tho _a_dahlpmen aad bm
ni.nili.ru of tiie flQUad is thut thf Navy
baa ut le o\ an flvt a ?1 aaoe.
"The Navy will raly largely l poa its
iful llne, much beavtar than that of
trmy thls > ear and generally more
i ti.. d. Back of thfl Haa. there ls
? , player thai aafwoachea
Btlll, there are e BUBSbafl of f.i rty good
men, aad the Navy plaaa to keap
and replai ?
? , . i hln*
from kfleplng ln -
i.,, i, i wlll Btai '" L<eon?
od Mi Raa*
McRi I Harrt
ne 1
i ? 'alllng
or ingram would be the aubatltute for
Harriaon, wblli N
i "ook or Alexai der w<
in pl. i.? oaard
Philadelphia, Nov. ?
,my f. .?? 'i ?? tn i th<
Army fllflven on BYai
., and aaw 1
game I galty of Penna
nd Cornell.
Th.- equad aumbere I
waa in 'i irge of Ueutenaai
m
VICTORY FOR HOLY CROSS
St. Louis Eleven Eeatt-n by a
Safe Margin.
.-t Loula. Noi H Holy i as Co
ot Worcoater, Haa Loula
Untventty h< a ihla
Of 1/1 t"l 1.'.
i fBrtaa, of iio ?
the B?i ond period ai d 'or
ward pai ? nnd raa m*i ? ntj yai ? ? I
toueadown. Btartlng arlth I
own tt-yard llne. tbi
taekle and h plai a ki k i Ra
aarned thrafl more polnta for Bl
Holy Cn tha third
quarter, whaa Captain Oatraaea ma
goel from placareant aftar CfBrti
(bt B poal from Ij.'1111111 st. Louls**
goal llne. After Zachrtta imd baao i it
out of the game for blttlng a Moiv c
player aad the Bl Lovta taam penaltaed
tiiirty yarda it k*-tt btoeked aa attempt. '
punt ami ran twenty yarda for .. to ? b
down. Oaliagnii kteked goal.
flootad another touoodoam by Inten ipt
lag a forward paM aad Oal
kJekfld goaL
Ht. Louis. fleerad in th : i-.irter by
line playa nnd forw.ir.l pBflflflfl b i f-nll ??'?
ti. klek aoni. The gflrna <'1"-'*'', artth the
ball in Holy 01000*8 poaflflflatfl_
Figures Which Show How
Pennsylvania Beat Cornell
,-Kir-t Hall . tlataad HaM ? -
(ornell. ftaBBftl _nla. (ornell. I'rmiaylvauta.
Oraaad galasd i>? reaMag . 511 ... y, t.?
Plaal dearaa h? nM-dag ,. 2 1 1 0
Naaabar oi peala . * iu ?
Ivesaaa dMaaea ?f paata . :i7 ;t: , ,,|
I'linnhiK ln. U piuit*. in Mirdi, . li.l ... ?|o ||
Petwasd pasaaa attsaaptsd . 1 .t 9 ??
lorwn-.l na?? s iii.niiiiil.tr.I . I ?? - .;
lir.>iiii.l galafli h> forward ;>n?s.? .... 0 u n o
i.-.iiiid 1'ikI bfl forward flflaflflfl..., .. ?? l<? |fl i,
lti.ll Iflfll h> fiirivurd pflflflfla . I I > ,,
Peaatttaa . ?, 4 (
l.rinind Iflfll li> pflaaattaa. :t.*. 10 0 4:,
uull n.si i>, peaaHtea . 0 0 | 0
I uinhles . . ;. .
.,round lu?l l.v r 11 u, 1,1-*-. II 0 ,. ,.
Ball !?>?>* li> tiitnlile. . .
1 aaaMaa re. __aa_d . | 1
N..i in.indinc raa back af fsrty-ave -aaaa *\ pHta .? pbaaa*. ??- taaaatad for
holditic Bad I ornell Iflal tlie hall.
M-rrer run Hfl, ..,r.|- r?r .. too.-luiown on re.ovriui- l.-.ll .,? Itennrlf. .nmhle; i,.,i
in.'In.led in .il..?e Hkui .?>.
I iiiui -.orr: PflflMM) Iv.inia. ',: Oirnell. |.
SMS1 ITffi
Big Red Team Stronqer and
Should Have Done Better
on Merits of Ga.Te.
EYRICHANOO'HEARNESTAfr
Ithacans Si^perior to Penn Ends
and Loom Up as Sest Pair of
Year?Butler's Punting
a IrTighty Facor.
By Sol Metzeer
1 P.n
?ylvanta i
' ?
?
? ' unive,.
Indaad, th
??tunet*
;* fumb;.>,
s*o polnta by
blocked h
?: ?'??? *>ti i.o?i
rt, thlfl I'orni.i
?
enl in th ". and Sharpe evl
deatly plea aon, in mv
< ? ?
parlor t>. Pennaylvaala'a in eoverim.
althougb I. itlsr had notl.inj. on
Mlnds ln ao far aa dlataa ^wascoi.
in ad.iition I . U rr.*thod ot
? (juak<-r < ...
puntad araa an ... ellent one?tha hest ;
bave s< en tiiii flflfl | .. dry fldj
lt would i. bava n aalstd in
tar i ln runnlng baCi
punts than wss poe ? . lay upoat!.
?UppflTy f!
.". a. 'I 0*Hl an.4. ?'?.?.? I Butlc's
punta beett-fUlljr, And wh.-n they fail.'d.
" ' ? ' egrats
lati i for bl' i mdliag of I :a ba'i
for E*enasylvanla, ? ? \ ?
upon hlm bflforfl tb
? nndsr wav. A? .1
1 ..-?:. ut thi ball in Pennflyl-j
.
and had the Rel1
..-.ii. B_ava. Oi
? all, thn
Quahera were 1 tl itr attack bj
renson of tbe fact that thay could r.<n
ise their m ? ' ? b_b_
b thelr gn
1 had expii-ted Corriell to have a ?u-,
per:.-- ;ine, nnd a I was true M
not enouerb r?nnsyi
teara t?
^ain m . .! fr.01.
I tl
?
thel - '
double and I
? ? ? touehdown bj
t 1 of I
- '
of tbfl
?
...
I
I the ball, altl red I
' '?
nd M
?
' ' .nn h
n raora
I ef ... I
?
?
.-. onlv
.v
... .
better
da *?<;".
.
B
thfl 1 tter of i 'c
Ft Its ?
iiii
Pei aaylvania ? lh
respert
y ball b? .ttopor'l
.
. laet
I
flUfl ? ??< r*ft*
th.' '
Bacfa ? ?
attaeft I ?*? Ur<m
Mn.. plt ? ? ? tth but llttle 1 1 ??'? jj
11 Pg Et
?11 wl:l. ^c '>lon? th*
_
in wi:i. I '*?u*-j
to go down on kl 1 bai k* Ened
1 aprsad tormatlon back of them.
Prom this fonm a !ke aaad H""
double and forw ir.i
ii.it srtthout tuoeefl Ithaefl ?>i*v<>n
unsuo ? aajfull w ll th'
And can ? oul ol th< ? ' "*
to Bank the oppoelte ?' **2
opei I) gavi tha play awai whi n ha *'*?
to carry tha ball, ? 'aU,bt
beblnd by IVUson, and lld 00i
K'^i hy tha ltro_g defence of Ut
Cornell used one play to-day that Af
?
i> om of the balfbai ka _? he wai ?*?
Ing i." kled '..-??: ?''?? ?
bla other becha, who made ibewt flv*
rards arltb it. H la the nrBt tlme 1 h?*?
-rvar ."ti it aaad la football, and l "
li,\,. H la thfl Brst mn.' thal it hn* *?*
bi m
Bumaalag II all up, the Cornell ela**l|
owed it^ anperlorit) In pta) 10 ita tln* <**?
veloprnent of the klcklng game aad H
method used hy the [tbacana in t'lock-Bl
fVnn's eiidn. Kor this the end snd half*
back were pla.ed opponlte the ci'li-*z j
??nd, aad they ususlly aucceeded ln ip"3'
1. l hlm. .
Tlie other good jait of CorueU'a *?
was the flne flghting aplrit <">f the ?!?***
and tlie excull. nt tavkllntf. Indeed. tWjl
la a brlgbt future ahead for < ornell ?
football, and every (ornell rn.tn must fl*
Olttmil Hc over the OUtloOB. tt i? ?""^
thal the fortunea of war have ever fs*taw
am eleven aa thej did t*ennaylvania m
d..\. and 1 rongratulate Cornell on tM
hard pla] ol the team as well as on tb
... n:,r man who l tntn'< ?>**
made it all _iossibk'?Al Sharpe.

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