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V/OLGAST FOIiLS AND
E GETS TITLE
The Liqhtweight Championship
Chanqes Hands After Sixteen
Rounds of Fierce Boxing.
QECISiON PLEASES CROWD
tfjchigan Man Starts Strongly,'
bul Slows Up Under Fire and
Il Woak and Groggy
at tlie End.
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when Wlllle Rltchie
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lattle.
ind in th<
? e Jaw.
rylng to i
Griffln, thi
nglng
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his
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11 la bi I ?
? ?. that a cha i
ihlp on a I
foul blow Wolgast had the better of
y when Bajttllng N<
? of the
light* - mou8
battli ,,n!: "f c;'
tween
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II W.IS just
t dofol
ble waa I
right i
. lo* I It
owd that hi ?
? .? Wolgaal
.... fun
wltb
that car
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-.1 his pun
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. hli leadi wlth
n ? ad at con ?:
lltni i b< ?
ba . uitri
ty tl '
Tn the woi
Ritchle
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man betweeo tbe flfth and nlnth
i bi
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<?? puffed. h< Med frc
iod nn and boxed W
untll the I
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? Blowtng ' ?
ntly told on hlta, and l e fought
? ? for whlch
e had been waltlng. Wlllle sl
ng home i li
and he pll
n!) thfl tlde appi rantly I irn
a a raw novloe.
. arlth bllnd desperatlon, b
for ? qulch vi.'tory, hut R wed
. .?.,r,. . ? hopped home his
ahon, larrlng puaohM until be fouod
BBOfl tr. flbOOt over tl," blow whie'i
brought tbe battle to a Cl >8fl
d bla opponeat in ihe i ?
round.
I tel WnlRaat some tlme aaro ln
B four-round, BU dflCMtag bout, ln whlr*
M kuo kad down th" rhamplon and
Hltt'' thfl newgparor deelfltoa on hta BU
?? .i, bfl baa elanored
for i match, io whleh Wolgatl
reaolta 11
hta t ?
ra i welgh in at
Both wart Beveral
pounds under tho aretght, hut appaated
t trl'd tbl old stunt Of
Tttfldli g FUti : ? ? ,,",^', ,1'n''r,K
rartiiular! ? F-ltuaMor
look" e, Wolgaal taunted
remarka o ' of Hv*ng
ai.d l.r.v
i piy f,,r tha ??
mari- - wallop thal
u.ualh si, it the ch? lor ri u m
., u , harg< d bj fleveval
ra tbal \\..ipas: did not
trai- ' ' *nd n,at
?frl ?? " '
brlak, and Wotgaet *-a<
j 1(, i. Ifanj baM i
man. lhat he v aald kno.-k
IV,. t> < fOUl rounds Kitehie held
PLAYERS WHO STOOD OIT FOR THE CORNELL FOOTBALL ELEVEN
' -. .. . IARD.
! thr ohampion about even and drew flrst
blood in thi flrat round a
b on the raouth. Wolgast I
. with i"..' effi il !??? Inv
tt flve i and had
n . I
I time flfth he almost :'
'
? en ..ii untll the tenth "A ol
? aa he plcaaed and
jin. n man when he
l the < nlnlh
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end.
At '
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, ded blm ai
I home a li fi ai ? fc'"1
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wolgast went
then retn al irner, wlth
rra: Shl to thi
Ing Wolgaal
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? i i | .at.) around
benl almoat do l
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Wolgaal said after the battl.
had not fouled Rltchle Inti I
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ty poor way to i
Hglit he aald: ' I dl b'1 I cau
tion : ll
chle at all nuah. and ?
l flrat got Into
; cause be threw me agali st the rop< . j'd
tn agaln to-mo
n
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...
ated ?-;? n for appen I IU?. H<
twenty-one yeara of
JOE RIVERS TURNS TABLES
Defeats Mandot After Twenty
Hard Fought Rounds.
, . I.-Joe 1
?-. L-W O
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?go. It ?
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lark and tbe ele< -
trlc Ugbtfl ov< i u ? i
... Byton holflted I
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the twentleth w i
lt was a flerce fight throughout. M
both threw
ir. their efforta for a nockoul Tl
? ,_. ti, fi knoi kd >wn w** Bcored by
round, when h?
floored Mand l wlth a rlghl and
Ing to the j. ed by ellnchea
ln v i:i. i: be ranuat d oth haada to thi
Btomacb, wtth an < percut 1
in
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FIGHT DRAWS FROM AFAR
Oountry-Wide Interest in Cora
ing McGoorty-Gibbons Bout.
Aa idea of Um ?rlda tatereet ln
the allke Qlfcboni Ooorty axid
t . hami : m i p ' ozlng b
..d in Madi.- .??? Q irden nexl
? -'?? i ?
?aid that three hum aa from
Chicago bavi i iT'" ntlon of
comlng on ? ?
.?r man is a proneunced fa*.
McGoorty, bi aaaa 1 '?? o oe three
pounda advantagn Kht, ougl
WOOt Mfl man dowi
ten roanda, bul the Qlbbona aui
argofl tl ? ?' the i Bghtai "
unable to lay ? I
lf QUabonfl n
ing up *" 1- '? ''K ,!'f'" M<"
Ooorty'a adrantage li that ?
?,? ronipa.atK.-lv allgl '. r?*r coudltlona ol
the match call for IM rlagalde. K
bean snid thal u ? man groa
Im I- ?"'? bul '
Qlbbona ' dlfferent. In
f i(, ,,.,, st Paul boxer deciawe he I
faater now timn whan Agl tlng a ?
OLD CROW
K._ V. B. *>-t OB
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The Standard ol RYE Whiskey
Cvarwntced Ptxro RYK W-KStrj- Fni/er _Va
lionti iuie lood IttW, Sirial Number tittj
NOT BLENDED
NOT ADULTERATED
80LD OIOJ IR OUR SEUEO BOTTLES EV?RY#rf?RE
NEVER SOLD IN BULK
THE lARChSi BoTTLbRS OF OLD-FASHIONBD HAND-MADE
IMASH STRAIGHT PURE RYE WHtSKEY IN THI WORLD
H. B. KIRK & CO., New York, N. Y.
souk
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I1E FOR EAST ORANGl1
ItVins High School Championshjp
by Beating Barringer Eleven.
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captun
..f New Jei
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rated I '
of .1 tot
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Uona, bul I
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failed
Bwltsi ?
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whole N< ivark I .... ;
the goal llni only to 1 died 1
ball i'H\ li ??? ? boundi.
i ? t
playera on the
celling that of i
The llne-up folloi
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SILVA WINS BIG RUN
Captures New England Cross
Country Charnpionship.
I . ' M N ? J.
the Real lon, aron to.
dnv t: chai
; of ihe Nea i
? one hour *
John l A.. wai
and 'i' ii LOla, of Uu
North I
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?i ? from in front of thl
of st. .io.-< pta i Cal bollc Ti lal
? nre Boclety, ln to Pea<
bod) ?cjuare, Pi abody, and ba< ?
tbai wei ? i'.;-: tij eo* an d ? Itl
Afjoa Thi re wei i lea
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GRAS LEADS PACK HOME.
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:. of tbe Pa '. II
i'. A. to-day wa -?.. i??? W?llam \
,,r ii,.> Boutta l*ate**son A C.
Borateh man. Tbe tlrnfl for lha i
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n.-i'i.ii'.
? ?.I. AdIng
ndred Mir."
rnerlua P*ulton, of the Boul
hu.td fourth.
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SNOW HELPS STAMFQRD
i Passaic Team Outplayed?A
Tacklc Wears Mittens.
,i fleld
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STAP.FORD CENTRAL'S STAR
Dock All Sconng in Game with
East Hirrh School Team.
? t tral Hlgh
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I a: k, ln thal
tral v. of II '" "
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I to bla
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? .if*th<? Br?t
. i'nt he i.?< gamely aad
n ii ? < on i quar
,, thli ij j urd run around left
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noa fell tl
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KINCAID DEFEATS BCTHNER.
? i. . | i. ? dd, of
the II htwelghl an
d< i. itlng i
I ork, after two atralghl falla
Ph. : ? (ail eame la Sl
:,i,,l the ??? o ?! ti i '.? ttilnnt.s.
? ? re* tring from atau I
j.i, i, ada nn.i
Bothi ?
FOSTER W1NS THREE TURKEYS.
. ..im, Wov. tt .\t tba
h . '..Mtitrv Ctob a nurabflr af
.:,? i. ,| m thfl annual turk. |
i ?!? ? tha i aa]
a ,,n.i araa tba caaaa
ortag cive turfcflya
w^r" L-iv.n ti.- prtai ?..'.' were
, . . .. I ti;.- Oth.
m p- ti, i,..i. an I Brneai 11 Wllla
.'.VKl'll, LEFT END.
Dane Bacllv Beaten in Fierce
Bout at 44th Street Club.
EASTSIDER THE MASTER
Onetirac Champion, However,
Refuiies to Give In Under
Fearful Punishment.
former Ughl
t abc
lahed a
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kdown, Th.it
, ? plugged a
'..w.l wliieli
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turned thiir
. king of tb
thi punlahn nl
f a man wl i sten ln
en n ' i
for I
r the same ln whlch he
if OroAi
wallopfl
: . Bhake
, ...... t before blm.
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wlth tl
Ina and
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I the laborlng
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volley
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terfisht
Pi ' "??? "' '" {h1
n muat
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, . | ?ne ln the aame oid aay.
to adrnlt thal I.
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R!DERsTor1iX-DAY RACE
Jumbo Wells and Gordon Walk
er in Long Grind at Garden.
.,?., 0?e-h?lf ol the loarteea
,.?,,?,. m the New rora
i
re Garden l -
SnaHsj.he, l hav. been.
1 "' ',1
aill be run ln tb. O*-1*0" n *i
and all
to compete
ln the ? .,.,? ,,.,'
in rem Ing teami aill
. ndera Neve. ln ba
,,.. ? man)
. ,,. Acnaaea
.,,,,.,?. v. .na the cham
In the loi ?"? ' >mao * " . , ... lk.
.,,,? o! Nea SScaland. and Qordon Halb
^o ?;, >,t
??.' n**?
,,!.., conti
y.-ai an partnei
?ILi'fcr Palmer. ot luatralla. E waa
. , will draa al lha close ot
?**W?3f- ?is
the i" _
BASKETBALL AT COLUMBIA.
"..,., ,.,.; mwreoile
ns ...? isil il "?'! open ta
M Morning*
.olghta te-algbl Jacqut
:iI?, k.m.oI.ib of laal rsai a
?auad ara asi)eeted to ba Ifl the |lae*up
tor the Blue and White the Columhla
? ror tbe last three
, tn MH-rai.nN_t.ir th.e name.
ST. JOHN7-"" CLUB PLANS RUN.
Ti?. st Jahas Uhletlc Clab arlll hold
OOUBtn run. closed tO BM BjberS.
iuBdayi Daeetahar L Tha start end
amtoh will bi al tha Btaahoass. Mo.
IH East Mth atrest, and lha floarsa
-Vlll t?. i iiuie ov.r two mfles Ifl leagth,
Tbe athletle eotaa-ttes appcdnted eon
Hugt I yulnn. William BjrTTMS,
,i ifeOi ttrlck, B Keat-sy, ?'? Cofflgaa,
H i?;u' | aad J Mit'h.ii
BAN ON MIDDIES' BETTING
Cadet Locked Up for Laying
Wager on Army-Navy Game.
.nnapolla, N ? l? '" "'"
.i infonnattofl hare to-day, Buperln
t. nd. nt 011 ir ns of th? Maval '
folloaiag ur> bla antl-bettlag order to the
mldahlpmea a Bew <iays ago, has
gtrai diiawifltifltlnn thal bt anana to
I n ,k ap tha prai tlca of h tting i
nrlca .-ii',!- ti. ? onti rb < " ? youth
irho araa endeavortng to arraaga a bet
ifltth tha army aa Baturday*a football
Ram* araa dlaeavarad, aad, fothraing aa
I .,.,11 of thfl cta ? bi haa
beflD placed andai ! v,,|lt to th
prison slilp.
I'or yeara II haa bei a i -atoaaary for thr
;? t;.,. two academ aa bt f,,rni a
bflttlng i.I at aven naooey oa Um
of their annual football game.
ALL SCHOOL GAMES OFF
Play Made Impossible by Bad
Condition of Gridirons.
Thf fh ;.-'.' A
Bchool of <'"niiii " u u CIta
ton, Braamvui Hall and Poly Prep, and
llaaual Tralnlng aad Bojra* High Bchool,
arhlch were flchedaled to aaake
,:? tt.,. flpori lovlng aehool
bmsr, aera poatp ?fld
of thfl Inclemenl weather i i
:.v. dam ?
Tha anow atorra whlch hroka over th?
? Btarday morning la
. i.i of play two
lachflfl daep. Under thfl condltloi
football woald bava baaa praatldallir Im
1 football of any BOTl I
ious oeoupatton. All tho
?... oa Batarda
Caaea of thfl Klnd ar- fflW an.l far
ra in hljrh BChOOla, anrl r,e\
er ... ur ln tha gamea betwflfla eollagea,
? played
many rs^
. ou. ???? elevena have mel on anow
....,! .;-. i ed grldlrona, a
i nnd Cornell yeaterday, and
lt ia n ered that e\en loa whlch
formed i'-!lc< heen hrokea
? ? . thal a game
ght b? playi
X Day. the
t h e 1
| . tin..- all
. aven ln thfl
raln
At American Leagufl Park ahen
a aad Clinton w?r? to hav* met. |
ton Park. t ra Manual ?
, play. and ovei
Hawthorne Fleld, a I Prep. and
Etraflmufl Hall awalted thr- whiatle, great
I Infll hope that j
thr. faculty ad' ? ,hf>
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ENGLEWOOD PLAYERS WIN;
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Defeat Montclair Club Team in;
Fast Squash Matches.
.. . i Club
the team of the Mont- ;
..- \-:. o-\ ci'.':, in ? ' lonahlp \
e< of l lei ?':?' league by wta
I ' -tchflfl to 1 Frank j
Kl,id? the flrat a< Ing player of Montclair, |
far faat for Arthur Lockett I
I ng gh ? ar, evea wlthl
an bla home court Tbe
-:, .-,s Ktfde
.. . | .round tha wana
J
Three of thfl cool mtt areal thfl llmll or
l ?[-,.. , aa that
ln which M D. Cha *>*? ','"
f,,vM Moatclalr. at j
\v. T. Mllla, Jr., and I
,:.-. arera the
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READY FOR NEW GAME
Players in New York's Intro?
duction to Auto Polo Wait.
The orlginatora of the praaeal gama
of auto roh' aa played tn the Weat woro
Rolta Rlng. of Loa Angelee, and Carl
? bul bIbc.
ix montha of ? ?i iUn1 practice ha* made
? Beveral othem
... . .mp, unaaaally clever.
;??. ,. al ?? attend tba gamea at Madla n
Oarden aeal M ! T'" H'
l).1> win Bee tha very lataal in anto polo
j.^rf. Ctll B
in this p.itne fluoecaa in Impoaolblfl an
? , m men play their part. and
, good mallol man ona niu*t be
an < rtra aupi ' i arva
i a BOdden flwervetherfl
. , the danger of the mallel man
trom the runnmg board,
Mthough thr Bpeed of the r-U-Chlnaa m
gettlng aboul tha Bald la neceaaarily aa
. | ? thla gama, Bka a
, iu trleka One >r thaaa Ib
the vlflloo of th.- oppoalng pair
,hrough the medium of the exha
,?lt. tl ??? '" tocau ll,e ,,a1'"
ATHLETES RAIL IN VAIN
Marathon Run Postponed, De
spite Entrants' Protest.
\ haavi aowfall and tl ? raa ittagmto
eondltlon of the roada forced tha
baj Marathon n.f the Mercary ath?
ietic Club, of roakara
, ., ,.t ..r aa houi al the atarttei
.,, oetti Bquare, tl a flftf .>;
told tbal thera ""<.;,!
Tiie aatrai ?? Indlgnaat, *ni
. .., ,,, tha o-Belala af the roakara
club, Thfl latter declared that the roa.is
aera unfll for thfl flvent, eepexlally tha
... c.,e Bmptra Cltf cuts-.
irhere tha raea iraa la aad, an.i had,
. ,,?t it ovar oattl Kaw raar*a
1...'. Bfl ??'' the -use In IW*.
lt ?_? ao angr-r lot of dlstance runners
u.i thfl unpopular declston. pur
flbl i anadlans eotered. The
Can ickfl, aloag arlth ? half dooan tt the
Atiiftican ruaaera, iieiiwra'.ed arhetharto
bold the flVflftl wlthout thfl Bld Of th.-club
ofBdalfl However, they dacldad to tele?
phone lo James b. Balllvaa, tha praaMant
of th- MfltropoUtan Aaflookirlon, ragard
ing the aaattflr. The vataraa offlcial ad
.,'.,,. tbam to ahalfl by the _ecte._Bi
The llei.l tua tO have covered sev.nteen
mllt'H of tlie .llstatu. over tt e W.taWtAatAY
.tor road*. Wlth thfl remalnlni? nine D-Hag
to ba run ever the one-mlU dirt courae
?f tbe Btaptre CSty rac-etra. i
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AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT._
l". vi K \HD llmouainaa, m>* nrH. tor monthly
?ervlce; special lo theatre or opera. wlth
prlvlletro of atoppini one hour for aupp*r,
$10 Uiiboii! r. niers of Packard cara In tioat
Vork. PUONK. I'LA-.V .100.
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" MEH1YINDIANS
Jim Thorpe a Host in Himself in
Smashing Brunonians 'Mid
Snow and Hail.
CARLISLE FUMBLES OFTEN
Redskins Paulty in Handling
Ball, but Providence Eleven
Fails to Take Advantage
of Opportunities Offered.
r Trlofraph to TtK Tril".
rrnvider.ee. N'ov B fBBlBiTI Jan e?
Thorpe. ABMrtee'a fon rnoM athlete, OfjTfll
.ir aad football hslfBai*t*. alded an.l
abetted by s.mdiy other maaBbara sf the
Indlan team. amothsred Brown
to-day by lha seere sf H ta I Ihe game
was played ln s beaey bbjssj and hsii
atonn, and the Wlnd driven iry partiCMS,
Bwtrilng down ward from the north, ntl
into thfl fSSSfl flf playera and the ten
thouaand apsetatora nke hits ot Btasi
bul tha hl.inket of BBOW that flOefl ohllter
Ibfl gridiron bara ??i as nothlng to
the bUualuM?ag af Brewn'a bepss la the
pume of all w heroupon they had *et thelr
Hrown wa* rioniiy outp;a>ed by Cflr
llriS. ? it died Ig-ttag to the last snd not '
infrequently made good gains t?TOUgb thfl
Indlans1 Bpfeace. At no tlme after the
^ perlod ?a? .t peflBB?le for Hrown
to ball the rsst?tlaaa eaward rn.?h of the
redaklna, whoaa attach was ho bbbMaa
sharp and flmaahing that lt erumpled th?
Hrown defenoa np like paper. Tlme and
analn | CaiUals hnrk, notably i.'aptsln
Thorpe, Qeeahaeb or wheeiock. ajvatd
plOUgb his wny thrnujrh the Hrown line.
going forward te a nrain of five, ten or
twenty yar.ia befora belng hauied rtn?
eiKjnp numliT? nf tacklere. Rarel'
? iid C_i?al. f.iii to mahe dtasanee. ?.n.i had
it not been for several roatly fiimh!??
Carlisifl would tmdoobtadly have acored
at least on'e more.
Littlfl of thfl flBH bUed new hrand of foot
ball was brought to light. If Brown had
any of lt BB a result of BBSI f daya ?f
:' was not in evidenre.
Neither did the Indians dlsgday any par
tleular ivecMltisa A few do_aie paaaea
that myatlned tha Br_mm_a*aa, a total or
MTflB trles at the forward paaa, onlv
thre* of which made good, a* productlv*
of .i total of it?ty-thre. yarda and a
couple of playa worhed under the 'Biient
atgnaT' lyatem were aii that the rijBbara
flSBBrtd BaVfl oid fltjrlfl footha.l of the llne
amashlag type and and mn veriaty.
Brown attatnpted the forward paaa eipht
tlme-, I.iir gained ground with II only
o; CS, when it netted the BUl men twenty
we yarda The other atven Uaaea it ua-.
either Incompletfl or e>e a radaUa bi
Intereepted II and to..k the balL rsrHala
? BMBJt, OttOfl on
on Brown'a M*yard llne and the BSCOaMl
tlme three >a:.I- nearer the goal. hut Cap?
taln Thorpe tOOB l ]???', ^:v.' for."
la.'kerj direetfnn. and aacb ttnM the ;
Thorpe v, ,-,s Ihfl p.u tnularly b*_tM?t
lumlnary el thfl CarHsIa nonsiallalhm In
addltl.'ii to mnk Bg thr.-*' of tha
touchdowns acoced by tiie rtstton be .>.: ?
dOWn the tield for two sp.cta.uilar runs
of nf'y yarda aacb and waa ta Ba pi
if.iriv every play, both rflcelriag an-l
tbrowlng tha forward paases Tbt sther
I - ? Bl ITI ? d, Blthi Ugh Ar. asa Hd
not nhow partleularly asospl ln the in
rttlon of tiie forward passsa Croa
tber, Henry snd Teaaey were BroarnTa
' Aal ..round galaera
Neither team aeored m the opening
;-r!o.i. thOUgb B l-flflMS hy Berglfl on
Brown'a l-yard lin. undoubtedly preaent
Ad Carllril from tallylng one more touch
dowa. ln tli* BBCOOd half a thirty-yflid
run by Tborpa nnd atraaght Has pimsrtr.g
prod I group of points for th<?
.. ftraB ol Thorpe's fifty yard
yetaarays waa Imnaadlalslj foliowed bjr a
forward pasp. Goesback to Oulon, the
makniK B tou. h.oown at once I B
reoatring it In thfl thlrd quarter <'aptain
Thorpe tha xoai Hns of the.
0 t.'i.m after "'arllslo had held for
downa an :'r ?-?'rard bas aad then on a
xe.rle- of inasaed plays ond short end runs
had taken the le.nher almost the entire
lengtb of the field.
<'arll*le tallied twtee tn the flnal seesion
A forward paas that netted th* Indlan*
twenty yarda was foliowed by more
Btralghl toethsll mahrng, wMeh sent
VV-Cetoeb across the line. The flnal acora
was brought off Ifl BSBCb the same styl*
arhefl Tharps h?aved the ball to Wheeloclc
for a Bf-sard Paaa, snd then the power?
ful Tndlnn lasdir cruahed through th*>
Hruiionlaii Uas and apilnt??d e-.ghteen
yard* for the tinul tou.hdown of tho d>.'.
fb. llne-'ip foi.o?a
rsrlMM (Stl. P.xlTion. Prown 'O
, _._..L K . AndrewB
. [. T . Murphv
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WlilLAnifl .H. ri..ABhbaugh <c_p_.ln>
V ';? ' ? " . C'mwthe
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rall le*
. .. ?_ Hro-.n: lA\ng<lnn
?. WAdi for V-iipl '?. Kuif f-..
Tg, Kulp foi s-bT BartWi tee Krati
, - for It-an. llK.'.ett f.rr llenr> Twidh
Wheelock, Uuyoa. Qoala
R-fer
,f Georgetown t mi
.,, ,, ,.1 llnr.man- ? >k
IT i.'rloda of IB mln
ATHLETICS DEFEAT HAVANA.
i. Nov |g The Phlladelphla
basshall team to-day
defeated Kavans I 9 a aeore m ?'? to 3.
vm<m
a Diir.cTOBY or
liiuai. orrt who
DV AUTCvlCCIt-.
o__:_.'' min
SCHEBLBR CARBURbTOR
JAMES C. NICHOLS
Dirrct lactory C-tributor
IliTS Broadway. flMO < "liimbuB.
P-. our NB-) Modsl O dowbU ;*t. ap^
rlB'.l' Adaptad fjr 6 cyllnder wurk an-l long
atrok^ in<.,.>:a. ???
O.ir M.nl*l L exchanaed for your old esr
A4SietAf At oi'.i'-ha.f r.jtular prlcB.
y, ti' afllclei v of y..ur rBrburato.
and inaure eaay BtartlnA ln cold weather by
_h< n?* of our hot air atove.
WIND SHIELDS?WIND SH1ELDS
Hrnn.1 ti- w l.rasB a.'.d rilrke1 shlelda,
Ilo AO. ReBl hargalna
STKKLIMi TOP S EQIIPMENT CO.,
5IH-^:i ?eat S7th Bt.
T-l 2i;?0-_4'J7 Col.
RENAULT "35M
In aplendlil rondltlon. Run ouly 7,ft00 mllea.
Wlll bt* aai rinced to nulrk bu/rr for SI.SOO.
?*. ?. w/iiR * (rt?
nei Broailwuy. lelephona SH'l ( olnmhua.
Al 14I.MOMII1. ANO AITO IKUE l>.
STKl'CTION.
WEST SIOE Y. M. < . A.~Io41vldual road
work. Small Shop CIbibbb. Truck Poaltloaa
waiiinc. Sen.l (or booklat- 200 Waat BTih
at. 'Phona 7320 Col

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