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DELUGE OF ORDERS \ FOR FOOTBALL TICKETS Demand for Seats to See the Big Game Greater than Ever Before. NO APPEASING APPETITE Close to 150,000 Persons Will Watch Play in the Four More Important Battles of the Season. Any ttngering doubt regarding the popu iarity of InterCflUeglata football under th*. laalacd playlng ruics ir- i. moved by tha rieiure of Bppllcatlona pourlng in mon I th.- U< ket dlstribution for th.- Mfl gamea of tiu season. Th. demand for r-eata aurpaaaea any r..(,rv.| r.f i"*vioris yrnrs. and Jhe vaiious n_*nagenrienta are ;it their wits' enrls try -? KWTI.ti." i Ol BQUiUbl) l iii. eltuatlon. I'iniii preaent Indlcatlona Jh" aeatlng eapaclt] of the various Bfllda upon which tiie vi.i' Harvard, Army-Nary, H ? n, Penneylvanla-Corw II and ? ??? Bjauiea arlll be played arlll ,<iiil to ihe demanda alreadi being Ued by alutanl, undergraduatea aud ihcir friendi one of the Burpriaea of t!ie aaaaon ?- the h*acreaae*J Intereal i" the Anny-Navi Bame, t" i" played ln thla .itv on Novcm* it araa thousht thal with the transf. i -'*" th.' .-ontest frotn Kr.ciklin 1'hld PhUadelphla. t" the Pok> Grounda the IMM aaati arould accoaamodaM a'-1 ho .!*.-ii"l lo witness the play. Buch, however, la not Bkely to be tka - ? (MBlMe th. v. *-?-:'.l 1"' <>?' publlc sale of seats. as w:i- orifllnally planned, w.th ??>?' I -*ta available h aale und- r tba moal favorable . ren this small percentage ol the t.n:ii - I -; * ***** 1'"'? 0**oor.da may ba grflatly reduced bj pre* atlona arhlcb are ben,^ d< - .. in bti bundlea b] rvorj mali For aeveral yeara tbere has been no publlc .-.*!? ..f tickets for Jhe Yale-Har? vard ami Princeton-Yale gamta, flnd the .,,,- umee privileged to appl) f"r ? under ihe rulea of tba eorn ti? baa Increaaed to the ? ahere Um allotmenta are bMng i ur i.iilcd -rreatli ln order tbat thtrc may be nu charge ol favoi Itbun. Th> ticket rdtuatlon has reached '. ? ? DBOadO?l dtni.'iud of!' promlalni Beld for lha aiiflculatora in Ut copa artth this evll the various orxaniiatlona ano pubucatlona ara nlcga upon Iki aubject of eelllna or Mvlna away tlcketa allotted lo theae entltltd to them ahnilar to thi foi* I puMlahed at Yale CnlVJ n 1 be 'black UM la nu empt] plvantom. book, bound ln black, com* pilcd with the aid Ol a tflTgC COTpa of Qfl UC-Uvea, and kept in the ticket orhrc tO mui retait. the la-TO*- of ihose wbo-e infrii ' the rulea m-ikc ln lot 'urthtr appllcations :<>: wtat wili avail themaelvea ot pportunlty to rt-deeni tlcketa th.n -? Ibemaelvea. ? ?t they wiii not I.-- en ,..]i*--i doubtful comp?ny.M in round ' -***a arlll be avaUabli for th. rala-Prlnceton Bame at ? ivcn oa Sovembor U and i l-Yale game al rjambridge on K rwenty-aeven tl be ti.. eapaclt) oa thr. atanda at . Kield, Princeton, whnre Prince t,,n and liarvatd meet on Soven Mor, than l.OOfl Han ird undergraduatea pected to make the trip from Cam for this i..st named ?name. and i ,., n? ,,. ,,. courae, arlll attend I it boaiv. Th* alumnl of Um two unlverbl .,,,,1 thelr frlenda wlll partohaM) a counl i"i thi roinainlng bj ata Th. Harvard ch< "-w> w"* tmvel to PrincMon bj apeclal ateamboai ;;IU1 train Bervlce, and whllu Jhe Crimaon . de wlll be nun-Tlcallj atronger than th. Pennaylvanla brigade thal wlll Invade \n;i Arbor tor the Mk htgan gaaoe a week later. th.r Qoakera' foothaU caravan will 1,.- a bmM pretentious one. ironaa'der.ng tha long journo ?Th. L'aivendtj ol Pennaylvanla ape* nal " whuli will IflflVfl PhUadelphla on Novembflr 14, wl" ?MiMM of thr?* eteel ng ,,,,*. om ..i-M-rvHtioti, on.- dining and on. *.lub car FOOTBALL FEVER SPREADS Baskets Full of Applications Unopened at Yale. n. ? Haven, Oct, ?. Tii- ITale UckM e_k? la Uterallj Beoded te-algk! with thouaaada ol unopened appUcatlona for ti fei tfca YMl.-l'rinceton fflotball gaaae Im n oa Hovi raber i-< Appli* ailons foimally closed at e. ,.,].,? k to-algkt. Cverard Thoinp-on. nwaagerof the ticket departnient. said the demand this Mar bruk. all previous r.-cotd-. wuh aeorea "f eatra clerka arorfclag iiight and day. f'er. an buahel bflflkflU full of nppih.itioi ? yei t" be opeaad. aii day ioiik a Meady Mraam ol ppeelal gedvory and iMegrapk meaatngari fiowc.t t? tba aa_ee with eppllMttflfl* The regular mails flkM brought la their beflvy ijuota Rough estimates wete ninde tO-Blghl nt; thfl number ?-f appllcations any . rrom tea thousand and upward ln |X em ?' th* ihirtx-four thousand Bflfltfl Next year Yale s big new steel and con ct.te "fcOWl" is expected to be in readi n*-s- for tba Harvard game. and it wtU neat sixty thousand persons. wlth room lor several thousands more to stand. ? FOOTBALL MEN OPPOSED Vote Against Michigan's Return to Western Conference. Ann Arbor. Mioh . Oet lfl.?By h vote of 16 to 10 the University of Mlchlgan ff.otball player* yesterday registered themselves as opposed to a return to the Western intercollealate conference un? der present conditlonn. The vote waa taken by "The Mlchlgan I>ally." the r-tudent publlcatlon of the university, in its campaign for senti? ment favorable to MUhlgana immediate re entry ,n the conference. The vote was a surprise to the pro (onference men on the campus. the 1912 rl?-\en almoflt unanlmously ha\ing ex pressed itaelf ln favor of return. The baseball and track te.-.ms last night voted 14 to 10 ln favor of return. Two of the men were non-eomm'ttal. .chool Football on Many Gridirons g Hard \forktQrder of the Day At the Various Football Camps 1 Gloom at Yale When Pumpelly Twists His Game Ankle. OUERNSEY KICKING WELL Live Wires Lead to Princeton from All Parts of the Country to Coach. I . Tetegraph lo TM 11 lb ise New Haven. Oot. .s.?..uernsey'. drop ki. kiiiK proweafl sava the Tale aecond team three points agalfl to-day in tho Bcrimmagi ssitb tb.. 'varalty. Tio- acrub carrb-d tbo ball to tho .0-yai.l line by deady llne plunging and end nm* by Wheeler, Caatlea ami Ouernsey, but tbo 'vardty Um ssus Impenetrable, and after three repulsea on aaaashea at centre and through lacki. tha Mg fullback lifted the ball over from tin- tt-yard mark. Tl.e sarsits mad.- a touehdown in flve minuti - oi flavagi piunglnfl tbat carrled the bail on Bve ami ton yard sdvances to th. 10-yard line. Th.-n Tommy Cornell ? i on an UMXpeCtfld da-h around right end. Th-- 'vardty made a second touchdown Jusl before the rlose of tM scrlmmage, Knowlea taklns tbe bal' over No forward passes arere tried, ihe coachea devoUng thelr efforta t-- culUvatlng a powerful attack by atraighl footMll. Tbo play of Knowlea ss,.- brilliant for Ibe 'vaisity 11.? got flWflJ 'tne lor a -.'.-.-.ard end nm. Bnd Wfll tne tirst team's mod condatenl salner, Ht ss-as outpunt* od. however. by Cuoinsey in an excMnge j ot ki.ks between the tsso elevens. Ouern* ? punts w.-re aii over forty yards, snd wore twlstlng, so IMI tb. 'varslty backs had trouble bandllng the ball. Pumpdly vv. nl in for Wilson ;it full? back, bUI twlstfld Ins ankle. BC that he wiii I.,- unable to play for several da ? if not longei in- bas be. n out ?>f the game mar'.s al) <>f thfl Beflflon, on a. counl of Injurlea, an.l the coat hea fear in- ssill nut be able to get in condition for tho Princeton game. Hon Avery aiso hurt his ;? i m tbo Bcrlmmage. The gates were closed during most of tbo worh to-day ssinie Wa toi Camp ami Dr. Hui). who aaw thr gamea at Prince? ton flnd cambndgo. reapecUvel) Iflflt Bat* urday, cMched tb. men in meeUai Um .. rd au.; Princeton formatloni "Bud" Talbotl ssas used on Idl ? nd of tb. acrub to-day. and BUllrMn played tha other end. TalMtt wa., a rarrit) tackle last year, an.l Btlllman haa played tackle '-n the second team tius aeaaon. Th. coai hea ar. plannlni t-. ahlfl otber big llneamen to tho end positions In an . rf..rt to atrengthen th. team. Cooney ih n,,t yet in e -mlition for .crimma .?> ssork. a.?| CaldWflll tOOV Ins plgCfl at ontre thla ,.-t inoon More Coaches for Princeton. j r, . _r ipti ??? Tl - Tribune. I I Princeton, K. J . Od M Live ? i,a,i to t'b. Prlncdon footMll BeM from aii parts of tbe .oimtrs during tb.se da'.s ,,f preparattOI for Harvard and Ya.c. TwB men who hav.- prov. n Harvaids undoip. m tb-- pa.1 '"?'?' bed hen lo-day stock another notch. nre \ k Moffat tbe ma^n d : ? roi ki. ki;-* ssbo BCOred four held goal In om ganie ami beal Harvard by a acore of N to 7 on. si ar and tt to - the ni ?t ami MacGregor, ibe coach <>f IMI team which, led by Eddle Hart wM alao i* Mre, defMted Harvard tbat yeai Theae men .>?? lavlah In thdr pia;s.- ol ti..- Tigera In aplti d tM defeal "f Satur das and ar.- | it 'hlnfl m ssitb a ssill to put ,,..,... r the i ?rta -u ant ther wlnnlna ma* chine PrapUce to-dav. condatfld largel) "i ?' half hour ot Bcrimmagfl on tbo freshmfln Bgainst the cubs. vsho ss.ro a match for tho 'varatt) not more than two s*eeks rl.(, Thla afternoon th score of i_ to o showed tbo no.v lif. tl.it bas been ln* Btllled inlo tM ranks of tM legulars OllCk and Str. H coulu not bfl BflM ''>' the fresbm.ii bul tor. thdr ssas through tbe OUba tor long gains that landed each of them ovei lha - ual llne for a ts.h? down OHch mad. Ma acore on a neal forwar.i pass trom llul"! Baker that ssas SOOd for tswntv sanls Str.it BCOTOd hla -m s:iaisbt lln- plunging, whidi markod his lust return to hi* former blnfl drlvei dnefl ti.e Dartmouth game. Afier tii.- freshmea had Bgougfa of tha lighting thfl re-'jlai- returnfld to their nv n quarterfl, svhero thej lu ld a BhO] t Bcrlmmage ssitb tb. scrub, mostly fee tlie sake of Blvlng QUfl and Law some punUng praetlt ? QU< klcked for the I'vardty and worked hard at it. but ssitb Only fair BUCCeaa H? . oul.l not gi t abose ins .i-said average, aad was ,. iRUa dow , ui getting' lu- punta Off. BflflM trouble might haVfl reflUlted had not tbo line held tight. l-tv,' koi off many dlrected twist ? i I for th scrub. hut broke flbout CVflB wlth <;iie for dlataaoa Hordt-n and Laa BUbflUtUtfld for Hobey : BaMr and l.lick for lhe laat part of the practlCfl, and though a much lighter com | hination they wore wds enough to give tbe frflflhflttflW flndfl anu tackles no end ot I troubb . Hard Drive for Harvard. I My tOtt ?.-_ph lc. Th' Tribune.) Cambridgfl Mass. Oct. M?Flvfl touch* downs re.ulted from tho Harvard var dty'fl forty-mlnuto scrlmmage against the second team ln the Stadium to-Uay. the rogular mflfl being driven b.v the eoaches as in no other practlCfl this fall. The team. without Mahan at fullback er ' > Hrien at left end. forced tbe attack wlth gieat iK>wer. showlng tho result of the continued practleC on Interference. on which such stress has been laid. CooUdga played left end and Hradlee was at full? back, both men working niceiy in the comblnation. Three touchdowns ueie made on end and tackle plays that carrled the ball ateadily down the fleld. and the others were results of keen mdivi.ua; play. The footlng ln the Stadlum was wreteh e.l. and the couhes Wfltfl glad when the drive was over. At that. Httcbcock turned hls lame ankle. but although he ssas ui ried from the fleld. he later was able to waik. and it Is not thought that hia in? jury wlll keep him out of the Cornell ' game Hardwick worked like a Trojnn and came off the rteld limping o'Hrien could have gone into the play. but tl-e coaches were unwilllng to take a chance lie wlU be la the thick of the scrimmHKe to-morrow and wlll plav against Cornell Kddie Mabaii's foot la still badly swol !m, and this afternoon he was taken to the Stillman Inflimary. He probablv cannot plav on Satunlas, as hls fool appears to be polsoned trom a sp.der bltt. No apprehension ls felt. howevor, that he I.i x;an, i >i HARVARD. Who ap par. -ml'. haa earned th. all-lm* portanl position ..t quarterbeeh fo. Um < 'rtmson elet. n will bo unabU to i jalnst thi Kovember * Anothi r coa th. staff to-day 'n "Bud" Bmlth, wM played an brillMntl) c end tsso bc u?ona ago Harvard's freahman leam hai mflkhlK a pooi thon np thla falt Hav.- Campbell, tha '?_ tooh hold to-day, and from now oul lhe 'varrili . ?,-. ill endi avoi to ss hlp tht Btera Into Um Cornell B.ckfield Improve*. , i. Ithai b. N Y., Ocl 11 A loni signal drill anl B half bour'a ban! flcrimmagl I .tss. . u |M s Rl lll i ib ss. i . tM order for th, Cornell aquad ber. lo-daj Kor oi -UH th. ssb-.i. Ui ib ham* n* red I all ' ? ittert 11. - > a i < i llne Th. tide t.f th< eed te i od fro, bul m ih. Anal the n lulai h-. I .!. Idedl) the bettei of I 11, flrH t i--. - ln ea ell< nl phyri< d cen* I dition ?nd rei thraugh It - fll wlth I a anap thal augura wdl foi Baturday All ui all. tb. t.am* UggMl W.flkBflflS Ms born tb. atoaraflss ef IM backa ln g't- | nto pli ?. but ihli haa btt n rcmedied, I and i.'niii' li ma? inM to h,i > .. flying ba. kfleld. Tlu n ss.- prfl( lll liis thi sam.- bm .. as yeeterdaj >'?'? a whlta \. 9 WlU | iama BuMtttuted foi Shelton al fulll Hhuler rematneJ at quarterMch end ins aquad thla afternoon lik. ? \.-. Kprague, ssim played quarter wlth th<-i eci ub, ? faal to 'v?rslt) f.-nn, i ui ii handt. app. 'i bj hii I ;?? i ounds ii. plaj? i fait .:.:_'? islv< gami od faila to Bd thn ugh foi i p o I 1 am \ .ignal di ill followed bj a ahoi I ? mage ssill h.- th< mntb. foi tM nun befon tMj leavi foi Hhrvard to-morrow eS iTIIIIg Plebes Get Chance on Army Squad. ? Bi ? ? sraph lo 1 hei West Polnt N r.. Oel 21 Bomi good nffenslvi strength ss ? .'.ossn bj ilo Army footMll team ll Uce bor. thls ifternoon sgainsl I ? crub Tb. regulars cMlked up two tom hdowns, both tho result of straight football taetlcfl Tb.- Arm) i nai hi - are ddiuj bul HtU. wlth tho forward paaa Thlfl play waa spruna twice on IM acrub to day, bul wm muaaed up both Umea Johmann aad Wi cnis, both "plebes." wer. tried oul at guard and entr. te-day. Johmnnn got ? cMnc on IM regular Ib Hufltln'fl posi? tion. whll. Weetnt played opporit. Mg McBwan sl th. dvotal Job ssh.n Wadddl a . llghU; Injun d earij In tM a rim* mage TM Armj a crippled bst wa. Imreaaed b) two to-day, when Waddell and Markoe wer. taken oul f"i mlnor Injurles Both will be baeh in time for Ndr. Ham.- <m Baturday. Tho coarhtfl tried loostl and Hknley sl Markoe'. end, bul it is Hkflly tbat th<- former arlll got tM call lf Maikoe is unable to get back this week The Notrfl Damo Iflam is expected |fl j arrive hero Ofl Priday morning, and will j pradlea on Um Army_ held in the aft. r noi.n. Lively Scrimmages at Williama. [ity Tetaflraph u VVUUamstoarn, Maai rh. Trtbi Oet M The Will- | lams football team put a lot ot PflMflflrl Into ? long, stiff BCrinunag. against the' freshman eleven hero thls afternoon. With tl e exception of Hriscoll, all the regulan war* hack ir. thdr pia.os On tM second play after the kick-off Turner executod a pr?-tty forwatd P8H to WalK.-r. BBd a moment lat.-r Toolan tore off a ::fi-yard run around right end for a touchdown. Hunnowell received tho kick-off an" rnt. it back .? yards and Clark clrcied tbe end for II more. Pajreoa grabbed om of Blodgett'a for? ward passes and made tho niost scusa tional run of tbo flftflrnooa, breaklng right through tho frflflhflflfln'fl Bflooadary defence for '?*) yards and a touchdown. The rest of tm WorfcOUt ssas devotfld to a tirlll In d.-fenslsc tactics. and flflpai Isllj to breaklng up tlu- fiflflliinfln'fl formations. I.a Plant. and Hlodg.-tt mado the b.st flhflWlag for the flr.t >. ar m.n. At the end of practlce Vorss, substitute rlght end, again threw bis ankle out. Long Day for Dartmouth Squad. | Hv T>!e<-aph M Tin Trihune | Hanover. tt, H.. Oct. M.?Rflfld work for tho Dartmouth team bas begun at Hano? ver to-day and will continue until a day before tbe I'ennsv Iv ania game. The workout began with kukirg and passing. Then followed a half hours signal drill and dummv pea .Maa. After this ?'ava Baagh put the men through his grueliing grxss drill. At this point in the practice Dave Morcy Mahan May Be Lost to Harvard for the Cornell Game. HITCHCOCK ALSO IN DOUBT Cornell Backs Show Improve? ment in Hitting the Line and in Starting. brought his freahman team over, Ihe s*r oad Btting Hne. aith Jh.- 'varalty back fl.dd. whlch ronslsterl of Winsinp. Mui dock and Curtia acrhainaglng againat the '17 .leven for thr.-??pia! t-rs *?: en hOUT Later, al dark, Cavaaaugli atretcbed the rope and -tart-d his "go." TWO faflt la] ended tba afternoon'a work HogsMl and Loudon ara atlll ou Jh"' ridfl lines. iiof-'sett is getting a real and wiii oe in eondltlon t>. lead his taam agalnal AmberM tauden'a Injury siiu'ht, and tha coachea have nol declded whether to play hlm on Baturday ot not. Dartmouth is Ladiy ,.n foi Bubatttutoe, th*. Becond atrlng ? Ither lacking In ability ..I enpertenci Dartmouth feela beavlly tbe loSS rif Snr^W alld Vlllbrojse. The 'varalt) llne*up to-day foUowe: Redfleld, rlghl end; Rogera lefl i.iekle; Hickox, lefl ruard; Mllinore centre; Hln* man, right guard; Child, rlghl tackle: Lafferty, rlghl end; l*iewMlyn and iiut*-h ins. quarterback; Curtia, right halfbaek, P/lnahlp, lefl halfbaek; Murdock, full-j '?ack. Stevens's Backfield Strengthened. Stevena 'varalty had a lighl algna] prac ii." reMerda) afternoon prevloua t.i i hard Bcrlmmage wlth the aerub Thi 'varalt) repeatedl) mtaahed Ihe aerub Une and s< ??: ? ?! -? '. ? rai lOU iirl.iu n . The backfield haa been Mrengthened by th*- return <.f Bavale, who waa " it wlth an Injured knet Muak, al quarterback, hand lea tha 'varalty like a reteran and prohahly wlll J:*>l*i thla poaltion In the game on Baturda) all Delawari Cl ? ? ? \~ the boepital um |a decreaMng II i hn[i. d thal -.ii.*r team wiit rr - tii. \? feal ? ? elved al the handa ..f lohn Hopklna MM Bai irda* No Lack of Navy Substitutea. i Bj Tel irapli loThi Prll ui i Annapolla, i ?* t 9 The Nai al h footh ill team haa noa .-.iltute f..r em h poMtton In tha lm> .. taro for ? ' ? pM< a ln Uie I ?? kfk ? return <?f Nli holla lo tha game la i i | ;..'.. i un th* taam both , and a, .? '? nk Th*- aqaad now ha* Valll, \ , \ ?. -...ii .md Auatln a- i ib lltut* ? for Mttehell i .. ? ? fhark bfl* MeReavi , ? . Iflgu* .,'...:. Blfld* Ratea and Bita ilmmoi The rei ' i . llno tw. nf, irlnutea thla aftfli? , . ial attentlon being paid to of *? '.,. in Lati r tha aecond and | rr, Bettmmagad fur A nuaiter of an hour Kenan OH Wesley.in Line. | I'. y 1 ? ' ? k ; : M ddletoa n. i '?..?:! . < ir't lo me* t lha lieat R itgfli * eleven on Bai i ihe aei rti en ut Daa Kenan, theii huakj rlghl ta. ki*-. as ii i?- fean i thal he iracked a rth In the rat i i ii i la i aill be laken - ?. ? r ,, : ophomor*. who haa i" an r-i ia Ing ari il on the aerub Kenan haa been uaed as fullback and ia, ide, .* fll Hne plunging, bul fJargenl wlll be kepl on tha llna all the time Practlcally all thi practice lo*day kt?nmage, Uh aerub being Bral uaed ngalnei tha 'varalty, whlch Bnlahed up arlth flfteen miautea agalnal ihe fraabmaa < i.'. en Btraleht [ootball aaa uaed mool of the Ume, although a few forward naaaea were tried out aith !">? ? i aa Di i?:.'? n I atlll punting the ball for ttxt) aad algty*flva verdi ..i a Ume Captaln Kuatla v\ill be ueed foi the drop klcklng, h< wtver Lafayette Needs Substitutes. [Bi Tekarapii "? 1 ha 1 ribWM i EoMon, Penn . Od 9 In vlew ol Um fact tbal tba aubeUtute material al La? fayette la noi a- atrong ai aubatltuta material ahould be n rouiparis.ru uiih the 'varalty, Mct'aa i* devotlng a great I ,i. .-,1 ,,f att. ntlon to thut depati neai of the gam* l*..rini; ti.?- Bve gatnee thal have .?? played Me?'aa hns been fortunata in nol havlng an* of hla men Berioual) Injured, an.l hence the call foi aubal tutea h.. p.,t been urgeirl Al the preeenl time, however, nevera) of the inen ara allghyy cnptied and v di t"i i ?? ahle te atand tha etr di thej hava bi en ?itdecti d i., h- ra ti fore Biackburn, who baa bflen ptaylag ln* dlfft*rently well at halfbaek, has shown g,.,,! airiim in thtr.witu Um forward pass, - Hammer, who has beea fullhai k cm the aerub, cannot do tlda so well, bui he in falrly stronK ln ordinar. backflflM play, Theae rnea hnve been tranapoeed Blachbura u* aou andoratudylag Bcheo i?n and Hafon?a* is prepariag to ga in for Brown m Ki aaedy abfluM tka a.t) arise In regard io BUbaUtute ends Mc aa has a good maa In Pardee, Other enda n< piomise are Bdmlnater, BhilUng and Ham? mond. Brown Scrub Outplaya 'Varsity. 11*v Tetagrapfl la Tha TilB?a* l Provldeaoe, on. ?. Th?- Brown 'varMty football team Maa lUC?y to beat the ecrub m ii hot h. liamaaga here tbM aftarnetaa, th,' flrst strlnK inen b.'lnjf outplayed pruc U?UT all of the way. Afl lt wu?. the 'varsity took a brace just hefore tlm" was ealled and put the ball o\er for a touchdown. Mfllaaagblm kkked thfl gflaJ, The contest nmi the roughrst of th*- aea soh Ormab) n'id McBee rapeatedly sni*an.d the "var.-it>'s plays. and the former scooped up a funiblt- and ian eighty yards for ? aeora in sam IPblte atylfl, Hoth moa .*re 'varatty oahlbre, but ai.- in adlgibk'. Tba lirst toam'a sliowiriK was rather pr...i. The line could not hold, and the i.ui ks mlxed the slcnals ao b-ully lhat few playa w?-re run off well. CANTILEVER WINS RICH STAKE I.ondon, <>ct. tt. ? CaaUMver won t'.ir hla toric remhrklgaahlra Btakefl, mn at New* market thlfl afl* i noon, from ( heerf.il and ?anffl?k The rambridaenhlre Is at one mlle and a furlong, and carried a value of *?;_>-.. Boxing ?# 11 Games of Tuesday Show the Need of More Coaching in Tackling. ERASMUS SHOWING WELL Rube Only, Formeriy of Oom raercial High, Making a Name for Himself at Colgate. Hard. flrilltng work ssas tbo order of the dn) al th? achdadlc feottoll camp* year terday, for IM eoachee found many rough points in Hi- 1 av of thfl tflamfl ss hlch mtifll b? simiothe.i ofl Bfld pollflbed before th. bed results ma) be obtalned Whlta for tb.- most part tho ssork consisted of fltgllfll dr:ils. lln- coaih.s deVOtfld much of th.-ir time to instructin. tM linemen iu th.- art oi making openlBgfl for ti.e backs, a krtflCk svlii.h foss of tho boys se-ai to hav- acqulred thus far. Tha games ptayed on Tueaday afternoon brought out in glaring colors tb. feel a. if anj. ..." tbe forWardfl ar.- at aii bui e m thelr tackling By and lai^u th.- defendva men waited for tbe man wlth tb. bail. an.i then, Infltead of lung Ing m to tackle b.s. .unl hard, frequenU) grasped tM runnei aMva tha walsl .iu-i aetually helped him along lor aeveral yarda before Rnally pinnmg Mm II ssas this soi t of ssork Pflpfldfllt) thal aMfld De WlU Clinton Ib th.- gaiu.- witii Hoys' Hlgh. Beveral Brd downa wer. mad.- by Cllnton on pla>s that should bave BflOB pUfld up u.ng before thej got to the Una in.lcr tb- capaM.a. blng d Budle OoTSCh, former COOCb of I >.? Witt Clinton. tM footMll eleven of Erasmus Hall Hlgh gchool is rapidl) wlnnlna baeh its lost laurela, Th.- Hnff flnd BIm is repra* Bentod bs .1 strong, aggrea Iva team, aud under Um dlra Uob of Otoon, tiie quarter* back. playa thi |am< rlght up to Um handla Ty Halatead, IM fullback, bm sMwn markod aUllt) I - B I. plung'-r. whlta VlvtaM Blta all tho requlrementa at , ,,.i in tha fflma flgalnai Commerclal i . ti am pia) ? d Bound footMll th.fb* out wlth dashflfl d open pu\ at batervala frequent enough to keep the aecondary defenc of tM Bcarlet and Oray from i..... dtng too ? i-'se to the Iin Thn '? of th. bkmI Imporl iai eam..- of th.- aeaaon wlll be playfld ou Ktaction Day. Tbe Hlgh Scho.,1 of Com* ? ith iii Ucally her full t.am iii th. n.bi sviii meet Morrla at tne I'. lo Whlta a iloubb -ll'.id. i. BOBM* thing iie.s in football. ssill be played on , . ? i :,?;,!. Brookl b, where Braamua Hall snd Manual Tralning Hlgh B. I.l .,,;.! Boyg H fh flttd Pdj I'rep ssill tight innual battles According to tM ameat, Erasmus and Manual ssiii ,. i ^ . ... ? , ol ib. u 8am. an.i then bsUo) .. lona IntarmlflfllOB sviuio Boys1 High aad Pdj Prap ptaj ??***? periodfl <**h?. ? ?,, Brd I "iied ss lll thea r.-turn t. the nml.ion I-- Balah 'ip Tho d.-fcat BUffered at tho hands of i urtla Hlgh S< h. M - d n med tb.- prcs '.:.-..? of Morrla more th.n. two beatluga at tho hands of an. Ol tl.e lO-CBttfld "big" i'. r tb.- gr< ..!? i p.-i' "t tio- gnmfl i-irti.i fon-.d Hu- lighting aid bfld tbfl Broni iad.- backod down In thdr osvn territory. Morrla uncovered many forma tiona .md a sariety of tiick playa, but lacked ihe punch t-> bring tb.- ball over . until late iu the llnal period Commerce Hlgh looka much atrohgei st preaenl tban at an) Um. -une H.ward Cann ssas injur- .! Th.- team Ifl MB favorite bu ib. gnmi ssitb Morrta. "RuM" Only, tM fot moi halfback of . ommcrcia. la making tin coachea dt up ami take boUi ? by bla daahlna ssork at i olgate He is in tiier< every da> nrlth bis dodgtng Ihrusts through th. Uno and bas loal none of bis >kh\ aa a punter. "BaM" Whlta, lhe voung tlant who played so wdl foi Do Wltt Cllnton two yeara ago, la worklng hard for a ptac. i n tbo gyraCUM team Whltfl was out ?Tith a tss,--t..l ki.ee In tM Barl) part Of tM i i on, but hope. to play lfl dl games fiom nosv on Tbo High Bchool of commerce cubs ssui nn .-t thfl aecond team Of tho .Montclair Mllltar) Ai idem) d MoBtdalr on Satur? day Btorning. Addpbl Academy, ol Brooklyn. la In danger of having it^ goal llna crofl ed io, tM Bral Um. thla aeaaon whi n it fnca. tn.- Princeton Preparator) Bchool ?leven on Baturda) afternoon Bteva Me* Clave, coach of tla Brooklya Bchool, bM bi*- t.am in splendid condition for tM Im* portanl engagement Uewellsn Wras. svho played on AdelpM last year, and tha alttriV. Tornms Hrusb. latfl tt Krasmus Haii sviii lln. up Bgalnd the Brooklyn pia) ? rs. Dave Tab.r, IM foi nvt Boya' Hlgh quarti 11 -i-1*. la maklnf ? nama for hlm* *eii ..n Um CornflH 'vardt) alevefl i apiin Huggenartg, tho bm Morrta High fullback. bas fflW equalfl ln tho local s.boolboy ranks as flfl offenslvo plasor. Huggenwlfl wdgM IM pounda flnd Mta tb< |UM hard I'do Keppler, tho CUTtlfl High BCfOOl fnllback, and PariMtte, thfl Manual Tralning Hlgh Bchod guard, aro num bere.i anmng lhe b.-sl flCholflflttC punters. Hoth .no caoabta if fortv yardfl or bat* tei under lalr < on IItions. FERRIE FRACTURED SKULL Boy Run Down by Paskert in Auto May Recover. c)e\eland. o.t. lt.? John lerrie, 12 yeara old. wbo ssas run down by an automobile owned nnd driven by Oeorga H. riuido'i Paakert, centredelder of the PhlladelpblB National l..a- :.? team. late yeaterday, amy recover, his phyilctana announced bera t8*da) ||e has a fraet liicd skull Paskert pleaoed not guilty to sadating th.- apflfld onllnanco in tho Municipal Court this morning and his ii.?e was contlnued. POLO COACH FOR CHICAGO. CMcagO, Oct. .*.- Polo players at tho Onwaatfla '"lub to-day engaged a profes? sional coach from Kngland for next sea? son. ami began preparing for 1911 on a seale largoi than any ever attenipted In this part of the country. The name of the euach waa not announced. Baseball & SCOTT TAMES THE GIANTS White Sox Also Use Bat with Effect and Win Handily. ( Hv Tefc araph to Tba Tilbaaa | Muskouee. nkla. Oflt _>9.-Held power less before the Mlndlng speed and baf flitur earvda ol "Deetk VaBflf" Jim Scott. the New Vork 'liants went down to one-stded defeat at the hands of the ChlcagO Whlte Sox here this* afternoon. The score was 7 to 1. Hans Lohcrt. the third baaeman of ihe (iiants. took hold of oaa uf Jlm'a faal ..nes ln the iirst In? ning nnd kno.ke.l it OUl of Jh- lot for h home run. reacui?g hls team rom a plunge in the wliitewa.sh bowl. Scott ca-'e a remarkable exhibition Me Ial the New Vork team down wlth haif a doaen well oeiettered hits Not aatlaflad wlth that. Beotl went out to glVfl th*- game an Individual touch. ?so i;.' struck OUl a dOflflfl batamflfl iii abarp dlsHnction to the vork of .-...tt was that of Arthur P'rommc. Hlfl Offeringfl Wtrt taken in the nature of a merry liitle Jest, nnd hammered to all ,-ornera of the lot six of tba aevea runs acored by the IVhlta Box wera mada "ft hun. and no few.-r than Ave of these were mad*' ln th.' Bocond inning, "Bun* ny" Hearne, the husky poung acuthpflw, then entered the game and Ial tba White Sox down with <me run. Tbe gaaaa was w*>u played throughout The Qlantu, however, founri time to ease their overwroughl ayatema of tWo errore. The score i>\ Innlnga follows. R. H i: ' "hli air.. ... 0 ' .". .' ii n o i o-i ;* n New Vork. . I i.' " I I I ? I I I Batterlea ik-otl ani Daley; Frommfl, Hearne and Meyera atd Wingo. - fl ACCIDENTS MAR AUTO RACE ? Two Cars Catch Fire and Others Crash Through Fence. Blrmlngham, Ala., Oet ?>.?a 8erle<* ut accldentfl marked th*? running at the state Palr _rounda here to-day of a 100 mlle automobile race for amateurs. Krank Kata*a ear threw a tIre on the eeventy*th!rd lap. craabed througta a fence aml turned over. Katz at?ferad a broken ann aad numerous eata and !.rui>.-. < ?n tba mnth lap W, lt. 1/iwHon'a car w*-nt into th*- fence. Laaraan iraa injured and Pflrcy Kapl'in, Ins inechatilclan. wa* plcked up uiir'onscious. He recovered later. Two other cara caugbl hre. R. s. Botta woa tba rai a In IMilt, COUNTESS KOHL A WINNER Cuban Also Comes in for Fonors in Trotting Matinee. ('ounteaa Koiii. owned i> Bddla Merkel, ? member 'rf tba Parkarny Drlvlng Club lowered tke celorfl of Nat Wards bay gelding Jack Leyburn In .* apenlal trot Ung race al tha weekly matinee of the Brooklyn Pleaeure Drivera' Aaaoctutton, ii. id on the "''.aii Parkway apeedway yeaterday. Tka rkdtor won ln two atralghl heata IVard kept lus gelding a head in front for threi-.,|i;ait, r> of Ulfl flmt heat, Wbfla Eddie Merkel'a Counteaa Kohl aprlnted and won h. a I. ngtb, Jack _<1 burn broke soon after tbe start of the Bocond bruah and could nol overtake his rival, Whieh won .is sh*- pleaaad The fast tra*'k acooUBted tor the good Ume of IM\A and i ...r... Cuban, Um apeedwaj champlon pacer, reveraed the reault *>f last waek'a aaeet* iii.; when he defeated Bllly Bryan in two of th. three heata of their apecMJ eon* teat Cuban trlumphed in the flrst tilt bj a good margin. but Ilryan srpiared raatt ra b) noMng him out la the follow* ii?_r heat Bryan waa alirr**/! left tt the post iu tin- dflcldlng bruah, an.i Cubaa w..n as lie pleaaad, a. k r. .ks \.tti. [Hreel ahe-wed a ?..ri.i of apeed In defeatlng 1*1 Threet. Rldgewood an.i Monbaaaa, In the Claae A pace in two atralghl hea I ? Thr. other wmiiris were: Bpeclal trot. Ben u . over Mack Pranklyn; Clam C, pe ? Major; 'lass A. trot Cbarlfly Mack, an.i Claaa D, trot Oentriana, VIXEN PROVES ELUSIVE Leads Meadow Brook Hounds and Riders a Futile Chase Hempetead, [*ong letend, Oet Mt?-Aa excepUonally large number of riders were ,t the nK"t of the Meadow Brook fox hounda at Brookvllle to-day ln aatlcipa* Uon "f a gOOd i in after th.. MuMva i?iv nard acroaa Naaaau County. Thfl] were nol diaappolnted, as a large vixen, of th,' red \..rict\. was soon on fOOt; the BCenl was good, and the hounds trailed faal After leadlng the pach about th?- countr) for balf an hour tba rlxen Beemlngly began to tlre, and it looked as though thera would bfl a ki!!. but she dodgad Into the earth when the hounde w. i .? ClOflfl up. Thoae who followed throughout the run wer. Mis. Jamflfl A Hiilden. Miss EUflfl Ladew, Mrs. ii. i* Pratt Mra. Thotnaa Hltcheoek, Miss Helen Hltelmock. Mts. ' i.iicine liolan. Ulfl Ml?Mfl Alix and Bflflfl Dolan, Prank Orey Ortawold, the Mlaflee Mary ami Laura Caafleld, Mrs. Harr) i. Ni'hoias. Harry i Ni*Imiaa, the ma"ter of the fox hounds, and MflflflTfl. Thomas Allifloa an.i Weeka HIGH DRIVESN.J.U. SQUAB Team Shows Well in a Lively Tussle with the Scrub. with avery man on the agaad in his football lopjs and ready t*r play, .lake IliRh drove the Hew Forh Cniveratt) team to its iitmnst ln Its practlce yeaterday afternoon. Kd COOnej an.l Jeff QoMberg, former Hrown star, w.re on hand t?* drlll the Une iii* n. After a preliminary dull in runntng ba.-k punts and line charging tba 'varslt> went through a hard acrtmmegfl wlth the aerub, This wai marked hy long runs. Haldle and Brown were respoiisible for moat of theae. The latter ltei.i! off iO yards firour.d Waldnian's end. He planted the ball on the I'l-yard line. Un the next p|_y Wcev.r, tba husky tackle. worked th. ball over Cor a touchdown Crown reeMved one of Von Me. how s punls and ran it back I" yards. He rfppad "h* ?'.> rarda on the next play. Hurke. who was shifted to the 'vnraity ln I'ark* a plaee. made IJ yarda ln two good uains. Eayaa arafl in at guard in plaee of I'uslck. who has not reported thls week. Zayaa is putting up a game flght He may win n permanent herth. Huutly was back al quarter. Hla work was the beat he has shown in practice thls JaMson. He atarted qatekly ami kept his feet eratt, shootlng aheail for yarda after ba was apparently stopped V*?n Mechow dlrl th.' puntlng for the tcrub and got away wlth aome pretty kicks. a\eraglng 60 yarda. Automobiling fEDEML IEIBEW BE BUL MENACE Meeting in Indianapolis on Saturday Likely to Point the Way. MIKE STONE FOR EBBETS Bits of Diamond Gossip Pieked Up Here and There for the "Fans" Who Are Still Hungry. Much interest is being taken by base? ball foliowc-rs in tM BMfltlni at Ind laa* I apolis on Saturday of l-Vtler.ti l>ague owners, who expect tO Iti' rea.- e tla- r s ir eult to eight dubfl and poflflfbl) open warfare on oi_uiii_od hflflflbflll Haltimore and Buffalo are the I lUflfl Whlcb probably will bfl added. It bj .-aid that Pittsburgh, Cleveland. Indianapolis. Chicago. St. I.ouis and Khi.ms Clty Arlll retalfl thelr pr.-s.-nt franehises. To Insuro the paying <-f salaries and other obligations during tM TBlng se_. son club owner.. are BVpoctOd to b?- pro. pared to fltflM ;t dflpoMI of at Iead ? th.- money to be placod with the league ofticials or deposited in local banks of cities comprising the circuit. Tho chicago, St. Louis and Kansas Citj. clubs are expected to announce flnal planfl for the building of new parks to be re_dj* for next flflBBOB'fl openlng. Word CBBM from Indianapolis that tha club in that dty had par iMflfld tho pf0 for a park on Kentucky avenue, wtthln lour bloeks of tbfl downtown bVfltnflflg eentre. The sale was provisional. atul gives the clun tho right of poss.-ssion for flve years. J. Kdward KrBUflfl, | I t of tbo club. said a MMM baseball planB would be erectsd. ? 'haries H Kbb.-ts. chiof ownor of thi guperhaa, celebrated IM ftftleth anni? versary Of his birth s-o. torday. [| | bad tbal th-- baa bm la over, otherwlse thfl roional WOUld haVfl olTered tho "fiins" a double or perhaps a triple beadi r. Hohbs- Wallace, the veteran infleldor, who, it was roportod, dM Bd CBTB to plav* undoi- Branch Rfc kes an-l ask. d to b*l tradfldf has sssorn a'logiar.o. tfl BBfl no*v manager of tho Brown*. and will be his first lieutenant next season. Pean that Charlei Webb Murphy, own er of tho Chicago CuM, who sails for Kurope next we.-k, will make Ireland Mfl permanent homo ar- unfounded. Murphs' svill stay abroad only ris ?? works. ami flrlU return in tlme to WbOOp things up at tbfl annual meeting flf the National Lcagu. la thta ' lt) on I'. . mbl r ??. i;. orge gtalllnga emphatfc dly denies th? statement credited to him that tb. \ ican Iiflflglll is 14 i . r ccm stronger than the National. Tbo manager of the Boston Brases brands tho story as a baat IBbri* cal ion. August Herrmatiii, pr.siilont of tho i'ln oinnati Rfldfl, is authority for tbo stat. ment that OflOlgfl Sugg.*', tbo pttcMr, was sold to the St. Loulfl Cardtnals fOT t cash consideration and did not invol exchange ol any players. According tO tM ph - Ifl k Ooombfl, pit.hor ef tM AthleUcs, ss Bfl good as novv when th?* Wfllghtfl BXfl te moved from hls sp:i:e, to-day 01 ttM row. After tho dinner to Um * cbamptoM la Phlladelphia on T ?? -lay evenlng OoomM was almoflt smotberM with Bowera from nis teemraatea Jl bn Anderson. once of the Nevv Vork Yankee. and later with the WashingtOB Senators. is BOW a polneman ln WorCSB* ter. Mass. The Now .'ork "fans" -ti.l reinember how John dauntlflMl) Itflfll ?etond base Bfl the Hllltop grounda with tM bas.-s full and two out, with S run Bflfldfld to tie tlu- acora Blm e ' e wai folled In thal attempt to write ba?eba!I history Johi has Alwaya beea for out svard order and dflGCUOy, a tirm flU| otttf if tho l.iw. Anderson was fl griat favorite witb tbB "AaMB Corner" at tlie oi.i home f thi Yankees. and lhe story goes that o: e day tho rootera roM and aang "F< or lohaT for liis benetit. The thoroughly ai HJflfll Anderson rushed over and BbOBtl ? ? haVfl just as much mont ?>? aa any ol yOUl I'm not poor at all." "Doc" Whlta the veteran flOUthpflfl ot the White Sox. Is thinking Bflriously ot joining the pla.sets svho ue tl l -' * tour of tho world. Krank "Wihlnie" Schulte. tM i itfleld* of the I 'hlcago Cubs. is on his wa" 10 hU plantatlon ln Woodbury, Qa Bcbulta haa . xt.'iisivc peach oich.u.ls. ani plana ta sflttta dossn anu bfl fl farmer whi i his baseball dayfl are "Vi i Bobby Byrne bas returned u> lirst P1" ciples We is plusms; BOCCflr footMll OUt lll Bt. I.ouis with the DoyMfl aud th< DOB* os aus aiid tbe M.-i ai tb.ss. Joe Tink. i. manager of the Reds, sl'l Mordecal Brown aro ,,n b bUBUng trip i" tho Dakotas. Larry Cbeney and Wdter John* ' m.-et ui a pitchlng dafll ni Bartleav ' ?kla . on Sunday aft. ruoon Rlvtngtaa Dtalflnrt tbe Bronx lad re* cently drafted by tha Bt Louta Bruwi *. ? making lM most of his sonteiic. . Ile hOgflfl one 88) M Bd ssitli fl real *>ig # !i flgUfl leam. M'NAMARA SHOWS THE WAY Wins Four and a Quarter Miie Run by Many Yards' Marerin. John J. McNamara, an Irish-Aim rie?_ Athletic Clab ruaaar, cantcred home (** in advance of the field thfll competed i" tl-,.- Bt Vinc.iit Ferrer Athletic s'bib rufl last night. H. started Bfl 8 flnal workout for th. ttn-mlle national championship run 0'? Baturday, and proved that iu- wa? ln pW' fe.-t condition in winning by over a full mlnute. His tlme for th. V, mllcs nat 2_:_8. Charles De Bteffl.no. of the O.anam A8 soeiiition, nosod out J. Brunson fer -?*'? ? aid place by a few feet. Tho tirst ten to tlnlsh lollosv: PaattlSO Name und club. 1 J J M. S'amara. ll l.h- Amerlcan A. > - 1. 1? C I>. St.fan.i, o.anum A. A..._. j*;C J?J. Hiuti.Mi.il. Sab-iii-'V. "ent A <" ?;?*. 4?C. I'oroa. Sh.-rl.lan A C. r?.m V H. Karle. iv-.onx fhyrch House. -Jig 6?J. O'Meni. unattaehrH. -,.;^ 7 .1 Hughes, nzuiiam A. A. 9.tf S-J MeKay. Holy iYom Lyceum. --.^ 9?W. Ma.ulre. ozanam A A.g.y 10-J. Igser, Oianani A. A.