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Charley Guyon, Once Famous End, Says Indians Are Better This Year than Ever. CAVANAUGH A STRATEGIST Tide Can Be Checked More Easily than Blue Eleven, According to "Yale Daily News." Charte*/ Guyon, the once famous right end of the Cstilsle Indiana, visited the ?chord a few days ago and in talking ol th?? gaaae against Da**tmoutb at the Polo Grounds on Saturday, said: "This team Is the best that 1 have ?seen for several ?? - na Firs', it Is not a ..?f fini; team lfi*#erj player is good and non?' tries to pull any star stunts. None of th. m have to look op to any r like Thorpe. "it is pretty near an all-star team, and far and Stray the best, taking everything lnt<> consideration, that 1 have ever seen.' Asked for a [n"?ll'tion concerning th?' ?trtwntng game, he aroold only ?--ay: "Well. Hi" boya are going to give a good a< ?uni <>f theronelves, and it is going to be th.? greatest game of the seassn, for th? 'hat both ? are well matched in weight and ability, ftlthough Dartmouth has a little the Ut? ter of it in th.- formel Y? s, it will ta some manie, b? licv. : Frank ?'avanaugh, h<a<l COacb Of tlio Dartmouth fo?uball eleven, has proved himself a master strategist. Some of liia teases have not been perfect machines, but none of them have be? ti outwitted Two years ago against l'rlnceton, and for the laut two years against Harvard, he Opened a dSWlng offence, and HL-ainst Pennsylvania he showed new v. - Battllty hi ?plays which the Quaktrs were unable to solve Muih of (*a**aaai*gh'a au?**saaa is due to Ms command ?>f men. saying little, but working harii. his s.|iiaii wori.s with him to the limit of its strength. He has little assistance, in comparison with the coach? ing staff- maintained by Harvard, Yah' or Princeton. Usually he has only one assistant, and near the close "f the s?a p-on a fear ahnunl return to gjYe a fresh spirit to th.- team. It la ?however, largely from Cavanaugb that the Green team draws its trim determination ami lighting spirit aa nel l ?a ledge "f foot? ball. ?Playera "f the Dartmouth and Carlisle indian football teama win occupy boxes at the winter Qarden on Saturday night to see "Tin- I'l.-asui'.- Si.k.rs." th<- BOW muatcal i "?? . ly, I P. .lenkins, manager, of the Dartmouth eleven, and ? .leu War? ner, coach of th.? Indians, wind Marcus Locw, owner of the show, yesteiday that they would be on band. Thirty-tiv. of the hi'llans will be pres? ent, wearing tkelr military uniform? of blu?. and yellow, whtk ''t least forty nun from Hanover*will be present. I ?'The Yale Daily News" is optimistic to say the hast, or so It ?an ta }udgad from th? following editoiiai anent the coining football gimes with Princeton and Har? vard: Against true enth lelasm all odds are futile it has th? unreaeonable power of madness. And whan it Mises men It mskea them Indomitable, it carn.d the Greeks through Thermopylae, our grand? fathers through the ?Revolution. And having Inflamed Yak. it will drive th? footiall team through any obstacles what? ever. The team proved on Saturday that it knows how to plaj the game And now every player has not only confide? ce. but a lighting frenzy, inspired by the tre? mendous ? nthueiaam throughout the nni v.rs.tv With the momentum gathered from the Colgate gam?- the team ?rill -i. aga.nst the remaining two oppo la. The ti?ie could be checked mor* easll). The 1810 team, kvhlcb defeated Prince? ton and tied H.ir\iaid after ?atastrophicR from West l'on,! <snd Brown, will be su premely outdone. True enthusiasm per? mits no tie s- o There is .lust a bare possibility, of .ourse, that the "t de i oold be chocked more easily" than the l'rlnceton and Har? vard tafhe Flans at* being made to Increase the ?eating capacity of the Harvard stadium from shout .".:?.?"" to 14.080. la tin? ?say all applicatio: s for tickets to see the Yah, game can be Riled, if the IMW grad rati treasurer succeeds in this the sale of ?seats will reach |gg,|'"'. which is Saul to be the largest sum of money ev. r taken m for an amateur con? test m this country. NO LET-UP FOR CADETS Coaches Drive Football Squad Through Long Drills. ?tj Tel) gi iph t.. Ta? Tribut? 1 \\e?t l'oint N. v.. Nov. It?The Army football t'am had an?>thi-r liard practice here to- lay. S; .. .1 trials, punting, throw? ing the oval and th.- tackling machio?' eonatltuted th?? preliminaries With the coachea following every play closaty, th?- regulsra engaged in a. thirty tV? minute ?crlraraae? With the scrub. O/**? too 'hdown fell t?. the first team's lot. i.?v?ine the forward psaa formation* l>< di?*, some effective ?oik in long passes to .Merlllat and .I.nn-tt Markoe was .?se.l but littl... Both M? Kwan and Waddcll srare m at -?antre. <?'Har?- was put on the reg*l|lre to-day at ?nard in place of ?loiif-s. end Packard went to tackle, re? placing Wynne. HoMm ? balked up t'ie Army's tally earlv in th?- workout With go?xl interference, furnished by PriCkSrd and Hodgson, he ?lashed th**?**a**h tli<- *"CT*Ub line for twenty vards ??nil the score. Woodruff ktCBtod tl ? goal. Hobbs's puniing continues to Imnrova, some of his twister? being goo?i for fifty yards to??iey. Woodruff 'pro***tised goal kicking, but with no great s?rcese. The Army misses Hem diet in this departm?-iit of its gam?.. The big fcllo". will hardly net ?>ff ?be hospital list this weak. Navy Perfects Its Attack. 11?. T? eg* .?o? le i ii? 11 I o Aiinai'olis. Md., Nov. It,?Signal driii, getting off ami receiving kick**, followed l y a thirty-mm ,1c scrim.nag? again-?! th. Kreatly htr<iiK*h?n'd scrub, formed tin Navy's foothill practice here this after? noon. The eoae-hee started in the sjr>.me back? ii?-i?i and forward eamMnatloa which was B?-nt in sgratnsl Bucknell last ?Sattorday. iiml relieved th? in. n with pt ii'tically lh> name substitution- ?is in that vain? Nlcholla ?raj tried aul again ??s s. choice t"i Quarter, and continued t" show up well. No attempt was made at ?cor ing'. in?? work ronalatlag of drilling In formations a ,d p?-i i? ?ting Hie Hint team's uttack and defence. Ballot Sold for a Fancy Price B T? lesraph lo Th? Trlbuai | levlngton, Ky., Nov. 12.?The rn?"?t Importun! annonm einriit to the Amer l??n turr ?iine Hie unii Ik-whib Ihw ?ent hala rfte-t In New *i ork WTM inHile liere IbK afternoon, to lile etfert ili.il .liiine? II. Hangln, the weHlth.v ?portmnan. ??f New York and Kentucky. Im? ?In Ided to -Ir? iijjtben bl?. breeding farni, although ninety-Hirer years old. \* a ?ontirmatlon of tbi? be bought te Sai the noted horse Hull??!. ??Inner of BMUrS rlrh Amrrlran and KnglUh Stabe* rrom John K. Mniiilen, for a prier ?.aid ta be s.v.00??. nnd Sain, the sea ol .lark Ml.in. from Kurney Si-brelber, of Spring Yullry. Mu., f?r ?."..OOO. Iheea heesse are to be placed at ?be Klmeiidorf I iirm lierr. Itallot na* bred hj the lute ,lnmm R. Kernr anil raied in hi? name and eaten*. The ?on o( \ ?iter?Irrito won oxer *?|(Ml, (HMl In ?rake? and pur?r? and ?a? pur rhaeod receatls from the Keeae r?tatr for ?SO.(inn. MANUAL ELEVEN GETS A Goes Down Before Bav Ridge High School in a Bitter Football Struggle. The greater*! surprise of the r* holaatte football season waa sprung yesterday ai ternoon, when Hay Rldse HlsH School defeated Manual Training High School by a Bcore of i to 0 at Weal End Orel. The Bay Ridge eleven, well versed In ' the tricks of new football, nnd with ? defence sufficiently powerful to hurl back the wild chargea of the Maniai backs In the second half, swung over the telling punch early In the battle, and then, let? ting Well enough alone, lay bark and fought on the th fensive until the tinai whistle shrill- 1 ?>it the end Of the strug? gle There WSI no fluke In the victory of the Boutfe Brooklyn boys, either. Early in the second period they t'????k the hall on their own ?Kt-ysrd line, ami in two plays scored the only touchdown <>f the gam?-. Bright, the left halfback, swept around the l? ft side of Manual'a line, running on the wings tV the wind for Ihirty-flve yarda before he was flnsll] pulled dosm. Aid man tlcn called f..r a forward paaa, Reardon, racing to the g"ai line I twenty-five yarda distant, took the quar? terback's perfect throw ami stepped .?ver' the line, clear and fr?-?-. and touched the ball ?lown. Manual Training never gave up. That j score roused the boys, and until the end of the game they fought hard, but in vain. | with a z?al that was almost foolhardy, I the ba?-k Held men tore Into the lire- ] amaahhig sway aavagely, hoping to win | by shear power Baj Ridge, however, waa not to be thruat back and robbed "f honora so hard earned The forsrardi braced themselves snd, blocking the open? ings in fine style, were able t" check tii?; advance toward the goal line Falling to gain through the line, Olson <a'.i?'?i on Pariaetts to drive Hay Ridge back with his foot Th?- big fellow punt?-?! Splendidly, and the ends were fast snd I sure ?n getting down the B< Id, bot the op? posing secondary defence refused t>? fumble the ball, and araos, who punted for May Ridge, held Its own In the kick? ing duel no well that Manual waa unable tu gain by the air route. Vldman, Reardon and Hrigin, especially the last named, played well f"r Bay Ridge. They wire in ever) s?i immage. and Brlgl t etoctrltled the crowd w-lth his "dgssgglng dashes II rough the Held Rear don, in addition to BCOfing the only touch down, played a rar?' de?enstvi gama, The line-up followi Bay Ridge (6). Position Mam-al Train m-i'*?? . la, R.tekerman ? t lell .h. <?. M. - r. K^riiion.I. <;. Fin Noi ?????; . ? -. Ha OlIWSIIISII .It 0. I'.'el-' I'? ll Karlson.R. T. Weiler Reardon . R R . I?.. Adlmaa .Q. n. J iffi . I. :l. B .reuerao-ln Bright .It M. U . Palraw IiiHiii?nd .K. H. \\ lie li.?,t?r Hay Rids? Meets f? Jaff? Par Manual Training Thayai for Kirrnaa lo? <'is?-n. Bernard foi Peucrstt-ln, I'aniin. 7. f?r Palmer, Bgan tot namlnez, Ref !.a-.<.'oii Hin hi.lit?- Umpire \i?iri?ii. rralnlns. Tima "t an-u??F*our p rioris of I If! I riilr SEND-OFF FOR QUAKERS Students Out in Force to See Football Team Off for West. Philadelphia, Nov. 13 **TactIcally the ??ntire student ho?lv ?>f the University <>f Pennsylvania was in and around the rail? roa'i station to-day when the football teem departed for Ann Arbor, Mich., where the annual game between Pennsyl? vania snd Michigan ?n be played on ["aturda* Bhortl) aft.r n a. m. the college classes wer.- iilasrdssed and about MM gtudenti assembled on the campus Speeches were made bj Captain roung, of the team! Qeorge Brooke, the coach, and other-. The students, headed by the university hand, performed the snake dance and than proceeded through the principal st ..i- to the railroad station, two mil? I distant cheering and shouting as they marched. The team will ston over at Detroit? Where linal preparation for the game will be made on the grounds of the Country! Club In the way of slKtial and formation drills MAY SUE THE YANKEES McKechnie Thinks Club Should Pay Him for Lost Salary. Bill M< Keel rrte, the utility mfleKtar who was with the Yankees the greater part , ..-i seaeoa, believes that be has .? claim "f MM nasJaot the Nee fork club, but in-lead of taking the matter to ihe j National Comauastos aitl bring a olvll| m i ? ,m?-k? -hate was rataeaed by the Tenheeg to the Bt Caul ?Iut?, ol th, American Aa Boetatlon, two months before the clos?- of the season i'?1 went t?> the Saints with the understand ng that lus suiarv would remain th* sara* as it u;is srlth New York ii. learned dthTerentty, however, when' payday came around, and during the taro months h" Brag With Si Raul he receh.-.l (MM less than his original contract with New York Called f?>r. He called the at? tention ??f UM Bt I'aul club |o the mat? ter, but was referred to the New Torh Chlb Me then rrOtS tO Krank ?liane, managei ?f the fankses, bat i*ee*ved no ansv er, According to reports trota Pittsburgh, where he la employed In i business house. he Is dragnet ad with the treatment he re? ceived in baseball ami has ?1? datad '" gjvc up the game forever. VALE SHOWS SPEED IN A WIDE OPEN SCRIMMAGE | _ I Works Hard to Perfect Plays for the Princeton Game on Saturday. ?TIGERS ALSO ONJHE JUMP Wind Up Last Strenuous Prac tice of Season with the Men in the Best of Condition. i;- Telegraph le Th? Trilwne.1 N< w Haven, Nov 13 Polkmlng the big Imsse meeting in *A*oolse] Hull last nicht. the gatea aren opened al Vale ?yield thta afternoon fur the first open practice In three weeks PIfteen hundred ?todent? ?.?. ? i.- onf to cheer ib.- 'vsradty, winch hsd t?o lone ?ciimmag?*** sgalnsl th.' ?econd ?uni third lean In the first battle Smaahlng runs b) Wilson .-ind K no wie? gsve the 'vsrstty tin- ball ?m th.- ?dx.ysrd mark, from which Knowlea tort through f"i a touchdoam Kttot that th- ?trong s. ...mi team braced ind there was IM SCOting m the next tif? ie? ?i iniimt? - The play was much faater than yester? day. [Tie regular? ?*ere together bettei end th. bark? gol .?w.-i\ quickly in line plunges and m play? thai ?wung ground in.- end* Th? coach? ? ere making ever: . n? ?peed up the play, as the ac Int? imase t"-nt'ni'"w will gtvi th.- lasl ehsnee to develop -i fssl driving sttsck for th' rniii-el.in ??ame. i'iv?. lumn continued his powerful rushes through the scrub line, lighting his way along I'or six ?ir eight yards whenever h" took the hall. The third team, which has specialized in Princeton formations, used these play? au.lins? the **e**ulara In the second heist and made on., touchdown, thW ?coming on a Ions; forward pass from Mitchell to nrlsccll. Driscoll -matched the bail on th.- t? 11-yai'l line : n?l slipped away from ihr., 'varsity tacklea f"i the acora Af? ter this the first tesm'a defensiv? work bad a try out. Johnny Pendleton wss shifted from tnckie to right gusrd to?day, while Wai ren an?! TalbOtt played brilliantly in thi tackle positions end ware daarn under kicks with the end? each time so thai Whoeler and Cornell had no chance t.. start ba.k after . etching i unts, "Red" Hrann started st right end and waa :;i?t getting down tin- mid. ? 1 took his place in the ?????? ?md Bcrlmmsge The tackling to-day wss aura end hard, and there wai no fumbling;, deaplte the f-1 ?-r running off "f pi BUI Matting and Ketcham suffered bruises in ti-. acrimmaga bul fuir In? rfei ??? ?-r.. n"t a The make-up "f th. torn Will nol decided on until just before the ? 1 Sat irda* "Bud" Wiser start.-?! the play at left halfba.-k. nut wasn't worked hard ? conut ?if his long lay-off Hi didn't carry the ball, and on th?? defen ? lack of condition showed in hi? ?lowi in getting Into the p| . La?t Scrimmage for Tiger?. 1 H- T< legl ; ? Princeton. N .1 , Nov. 11?The ?plStldld physical condition of th?. Wrim eton foot? ball playera Induced Keane Pltapatrtch i?, countermand bis order? f"i only a lieht eerhamage to?day, ai 1 1 ?? sllow*jd the RMtl t<> work for an hour In a l*ef**Utai game sgalnst the "blue-Jerseyed Tale tea;,:, which i"??t a hard fought eont? ? by a score 01 IT t?. 7 , This marked the last Bciimmag? of the ?eaeon. for the next two daya an t?> be green up to real in preparation ?Sot the Tale gams on Baturdaj Althotagh .-'.t'li "ii the Tigers ware easily masters of the battle, and checked ? ?opposed Tsle play? with? ut any dit ticuity after thej bad aolved ?.ne or two thai gave them aoroe trouble a? Brol and i? iltad in the ?core t?. which th?- laat I oint was added in a goal by Kirb>. The (p.art? 1 ba'k playa ware tOOSt ?lifli eult for the Tigera t" eolve. With the ball in tinh pos ?.-ton, tbe '\arslty rrnn could not I..- Stopped, and made ?toady marches down the geld which were feel iired by th.- brilliant work of i.aw in ?klrtlng the eringe, once f.?r twimty yarda ami a touchdown ano again for forty yards In th.- middle "i the Held L*aa s punting was alao up to the top notch in the few tun.- that i,. was afforded the opportunity. "Stew" Baker was m Bhea'a place at right end to-day for mort of tue time. but Otlleaple pUtyed th.- position for a f.-w minutes. While l.ambert?.ii took no pai t what.-v.r m the be.ivy wiirk "St.w ? Hak.-i is rounding into a fast . rtd and ?lid some good work. I'r.-deiick Trenkmann substitut?. | r?,r Streit In part of Ib?, acrimina?., and is an almost sure substitut., for the gsiU? wlht Val.- on Saturday, [?mgstreth t-...K th.- place of Siiiiiii? is ?it left guard fen a larga part of the practica, ami is an? other likely substitute. nib-, who played at guard in th? Dart? month game and ?lid the punting, iiiol? hl.-s first appearance 111 toe? to-day sine? his liijurj. lb did no work, and In not likely to be la "fOOd condition for the game. A record s.pia?) of coachoo watched th? work of the team, but many of th-in ?lui nothing exeept to renew old acgualnt? saces with other? of the twelve or fifteen former players Who were in band. ARMY-NAVY GAME~TICKETS No Little Task in Giving Out the Coveted Pasteboards. West Point X. Y.. Nov. d lilstilhiitlon ?if tickets for ih?. Army aid Navy foot? ball ?-ame t.. t..- haM ,,,, the Polo ("round? in New York on November :",' has been in progresa all this week, and Lieutenant I'lulip Math.ws, who I? in charg? of th? Army'? ?-hare of tickets, expect? to flnlnh Ih? wirk by to-m..irow nli-ht The demands mad? upon the Armv Ath? letic Council for seats for tin rratiie thi? year were tar ?n excee? m the I6.S4M to be distributed ami many had t?. be ?i. ni-d AMATEUR BOXING BOUTS. The semi-final bouts m th.- t?nate? boxing and ?rea-UIng Umtr-namenl of th.. N? w York Athletic ?'hib will be held to? night in the k> uinasiuiii of the club A Mg ami w.ll balance?) entry list indi catas exdtlng and enjoyable bouts, on Saturday Bight the Duals will be run off A moni" to? .ntiies received ar? th.iae of I. Marirolis. metropolitan and New York Stale Champion; P. ?line. 11. Klvln, K. .). Shanley, \V. Motan. S. Inamond, .1. Mm tha. R. Wlttenbersj, W. Omer, t?. I.ydon. I? I'sefdo^lan. .1 doer?**?, "' ?liristo and many others of championship class. . COLBY RE-ELECTS FRASER. W'at.'i vill. He., Nov. 11?Paal P. Kra SOT, of l)or?he.ster. Mass., v. as uiianl moiiiy Ha elected r*ap4ala ?>f th.. fjolby vurslly footcall t?am of 1914. Kraaer I? a junior. Coaches and Players Redouble Efforts as Football Season Nears Its Wane Work of Reconstructed Rus Line Pleases Harvard Men? tor??New Shifts When Team Takes the Attack. Telegraph 11 Th? rrtbaae ! Cambridge, Mass. Nov. II ?fhe Crin ?on rieren got bees to r?guler footbe here this sfternoon, Its rm nisstructc rush line working oui sa ereil sa ti coaches espacted, snd the defensiv.- ola of the team looking better than n bi I for several weeks. The coschsB feel ths I they m.? have struck the right combtm j Hot* for the two remaining ganses, alio? I lug, of coarse, for the n turn of Trumbu i io centre. After the usual running through Ignal ' the 'varsity lined up against tl team, which walked through tale's plajn ' th. 'varsity being coached mi the rk fenca In this woi h Harvard u ? d * ? ? same iine-up ai outlined yt-sterday, bu w hi n ii came to cur ?? Ing the ball In th the scrimmage agalnal the substitute ?there was a different srrsngement. <?n aiia.-k Oilman moved over t?> lef 1 guard. Btorer being si right tackle, wltl ? Hitchcock m his ?.i.i piece on ti.the ?;.i.. i.nt on defence Btorer end Hitch .o.-k w.re at tackle and guard ?m th h 11 w?iik Ti.. krachflsld worked well lo-daj sn? Hsrdwlck showed g lot of speed his Bra day oui as an end He made the onl? Bet.f the aft.rii"on. following up thi ball wh. n i r.. die: n ?' ? ? ? ? k ..n th? scrub's 10-yard line, and then getting th? ball for . touchdowi I'niir tries for geld pools were mad? to-day. Preedley and McKlnloch eacl missing their shots ;iri'l Brickie) missing a drop kirk from the IS?*yai*d ling BH? later losing a l.'-'.aid placement goal bi a few in. In* ? Cowen was working hard fo-ilny on the substitutes He win he guarded carefully, for be ?tun'Is as the first man t.. get Into the game in case of injury to an?, player except Logan or Boucy He would play guard, of course, but if any one were I hurl the lUShllne would be shaken up ill o\ er .um u The roaches were nah pleased with to-day's drill ami io..k f..i ?tin more Im? provement hi to-morroar's a rin against the se?-ond t< ;?111 Burn Dummy at Dartmouth. B reli gt ipl ? Hsnover, n h Nov. it The Dart? th football team had Its laal pra< lice avanaugh mai aged t.. u- ? p th?' ? nth : b -I of mo!, nti behind the gat? i '" the oval until i M< si - ? ' ?? i?v team ran through several now pla) s si d touch !? ? ? to b< bsi ?) against th<- Indiana Wh? n th? | : W?W*g BU .ng w!d" l.l'?*i students r ui bed on Ihe field . some of the old bos .-. g Dart? I la view - ?? . H s ah s part of the Dartmoutl trsfllt l I the oM lumi ? ? ? tl field and led of! bbbM '? ? heart from the gpei ches were ? ad? bj ? ? 'apt.? n Hogsotl ltd thi beg s? -. ? n the team practlaed on j Alumni Oval to-night for the list tlm?-. .-uni likewise win stay for the laat time I Hogsett Bear, London. Dunher, Llewet? ; i>- n and Iftnman will never wei u the Oreen sgsln aft*i Baturdaj These men i ? ??? -thai) this MU ??? ' ? ? -i ? ? : Ti. ? - "ten "ii v.?" full or ,,-i seemed to sn ?urage ?~-_?. ^aaaaaK??L JjgJ ?wW-Tr ' Sbbb??bbVbbVl?. -"*?-*??? **" ' ^B M ?7-;X*?, :WT^Z7^K?* -saaVaW*!-!??. M / Uf^' ?JBJI^***'"'' " SSBBBsi *% QL1SN w m;m;k ii h of the I '.'irhsle Indians. nsugh, who is doing everything to crowd work it, the last mlnutea Th?- team, consisting of twanty*it***a men, will leave Hanover on the 11:19 to morrow, arriving In New York about " N . ..clock They will stay at the Cumbcr laml, and practise, no doubt, at the I'olo ? ?iroun?is on Prtdsvy. The line-up to-day follow?: Hoics"tt. left end: UeAolIffe, left tackle; B? ? r. left guard; Dunbar, centre; Cblby, ncht guard; Pudrlth, right tackle; i/*udon, right end; Uhee and Llewellyn, quarter? bark; Whitney and Tucker, lafl half? back; Curtis and Rama**e, rij,"ht half? back; Murdoch and Cannon, fullback. BroAn Work? on Forward Pass. . Tribus? 1 Providence, l*?o*i U Long runs through ? i t. ?m by i lardlner, Mean and of the hour's \ drea PI? Id of ti e j Brown f?-*otball team here I la afternoon. Although ?? Info?* ? , ?? w ard, Ootl 1 ? the 'varsity, the Beruh i not hold the first team, and six ?. ? i ? rolled up before 'he i There was a long drill on the forward paao, and it looks sa thou ' ? the Brown t?am : "..- t . data, arlll be on.? of tl on Baturds) ... ' Han Andrews i de i -?.i Impression while ,n ii, ? nd will be used at i? rt half ?n s.itu.i.i'. if Fraser doe? not round into condition Th? coaches ar<- keeping ?'ap tain Ham practiatng kicking ?...ils from !.. ..->?:.! Une, and h<- Is ?hoWtng uni nc. em? m ? '? ? ? ? Last Scrimmage et Amher?t. fB? Th? Tl 'Mine I Amherat, Maes, Not. lt.?The last ., of the year waa held by the . Ainh. rat football aejnad hare to-da) In ? ?.for 'he Williams tame on day Hobbs and I ths 'varsity i Final Practice on Home Field for Dartmouth Eleven? Students Burn Dummy and Celebrate. through a Ion?, tussle with the freshmen i team. The first peer eleven was BOOSO ' what more BggreestVS than It has bren , in the past ami Indd the regulars to three | touchdowns. "Cy" Hnbbard was out of the game i bacauae <>f a slight mjnty, and his place Bt right half was taken bv Knowlton. The latter is a good lin?- pluiiger, but Is un i certain In carrying the ball Captain Me? I Gay worked the forarard pasa etaverly.. N. Y. U. Routs Morris Eleven. The New Vork Cnlverslty team got down to hard work yesterday for its Ram?; with tVesloyan ou Baturday, lining up against the Morris High ? -leven. The ilrsr ream, with Von MochOW back at fullback, ion?. I the attack with i*reut power, showing the result of the con? tinued practice the backs have been through this week. ifuntiy --cored the first or the sewn touchdowns registered Baldle and Burke could not be cheeked i>y the nigh rtcbool defence, but tor-,- ih.ir way through for long gains. Von Mechow relieved Huntly of the kicking ?luring the game, but with only ?in-, ess. ii.- ..,11*1,1 not get above his icd avers *e, and wes s little si??w in tt ttlng his kii-ks off. TOrrence and Wiener were unable to sel Into the scrimmage, and their places were rilled by House and Stuart. High was ..ssist.il yesterday by "Doc" Longwell, Of Pennsylvania, lirown, of Tata, Htid Vesely, captain of last year's 'varsity. Daly Drives Williams Team. I By Telegraph I ? The Trtboae i \\ Tiliamstown. Mass, Nov. 12. For the first time this week Fred Daly put the Williams regulan through a long, hard BCrimmSge on WeBtOa Field here this af? ternoon in preparation for the final con? nu t with Ainh'ist on Saturday. The prSCtice was again held behind ? ios. d gatea After the preliminary work out the freehnu n sloven was given a Chance tO show Itg iiu-trle against the llrst string, with the following line-up: Vinal, left end. Timer, left tackle; "Sells, left guard; Tompkii.s. centre; l?ris . oil. right guard. Walker, right t.-okle; S. Hubbell, right end; HunnewelV ouarter? back; Tootan, left halfback; Jones, right halfback, and Payson, fullback. Inasmuch as this is the same team that Started against Westoyan last Saturday, it la probable that thesg sain?' men will face th.- purple ami White on Saturday. Wesleyan Eleven Gets Surprise. [My Teteeraph l rns | Mlddletown, Conn., Nov. 12.?The "*f"es? i- w 'varstty got a surprise here this afternoon, when the scrub push?.! th?- ball for a touchdown However, later on ths 'varsity retaliated by scoring twice. Hut? hlnson f.ars that the ti-am has Peen taking things to?. v.\!iy in antlclpa tUrfi of a Victor] <>\'T New York Uni? versity on Baturda*" and BSpgCtg to give the regular? one of r}..- stlffest practW-.-s of the year to-morrow. Paul I?. Buthertand, of Brooklyn, a senior, i>roke his arm in practice this alt' rnoon while playing on the s?"rub. This is the iirst accident ?>f ihr peer 1 while In praotto? NO NUMBERING AT CORNELL Dr. Sharpe Against Innovation ?Changes on 'Varsity. Bj Telegraph to Tttaj Trtbaae | It!.a.a, N. Y . NOV. 11'. When askei to? day whether he favored numbering the playerg In the remaining games with Lafayette and Pennsylvania, AI Bbarpe, bead coach .u Cornell, replied to-day that he was emphatically against gueh a plan. A long BCrtmmage, in which the new varsity was pitted against the cream of the scrub, was the practice required of tin- squad here to-day. The new team geemg lo bavg more strength und power than the oM one, but it will be some time before it will be developed into a characteristic machine, The si.ou lug. while ? .insistent, was not wholly acceptable, as the s.-rub one time made a straight march down the Held for a touchdown. There wer?' additional changes to those snnounced by the meches last night. Taber. the little substitute quarterback, who ?as on the 'varsity at th.- beginning of th.- yetar, was trle.l mil at quart, rhack in place of Barrett, who was siiirte.i to fullback, in place "f l.ahr. who was n,,t on the li.-ld to-.lay. Ilvland, who was l<xike?l upon as a fixture at right guard, j wsa injured in last nights practice, sad will he out of t!ie game for the rest ,,f the Week. j Yale's Famous Football Team Enjoys a Reunion Walter Camp, Coach of Elcvi Sings a Song. MOST EVERYBODY "TALK , Pa' Corbin Says Game Agair Princeton on Saturday May Be a Surprise. New Haven, \'?v :_?- Tata's fans football team ?>f '*??? rolebrated Its mi I anniversary h? re to-night, with Cap? [Winism ii. ?'?irbiii. ..f that eleven, n ?State Tax ''ommlssion? r. but alw. I "Pap" ?'orbln to Vale men, as the host. Beeldes th.- t.am members, the gue were Perry W. Harvey, who played | the Yale-Princeton cum? ??f 1X88; Wal Camp, head coach .?f that leant, who aa i a Koni: ? ape? hilly composed for the OCI Ision: Ray Tomklns, ?aptain of thS elev I Of IM; Hubert N I'orwln, captain of t ?-?" t.-am: Marry Beecher, ?aptain of t i Isv team. Harry L Head, treasurer of t football asso. lation In ISB7; ilifford Pi ? ibot. of th?? lass squad, Henry i. BoW !-..ti. ofticlal umpire of th.- IM bar ;?'harl.-s II Sberrill. captain of the 1> track tesm; Henry F Noy??, ?aptain the lSv'i baseball team, ami Saline I I 1'istnr. all-roun?l athlete. lUKV During th?' ?oil? ge year of i?^-'*? ehar ploiishlp.i were won In thS tOOS maji I Hi.orts of football, travk. bas? bull ai craw. Th?. football r.-'-ord of 888 to 0 all 'the creW r.-cord at New I>.li?loli that y? ?have never been broken. ai th?- dinner each member "f tl ; eleven eras called on f"r a *h'>rt npeeel and then wer.- talk?, by other gnaStl I The dinner began ..t ? o'clock, and shortl ! after that ho ir a monster ?todent paradi I that had im? r. h?-.? for a half hour all J tlt'II massed oil t he ?'alllptls to pr.n 11? ! solids and Is cheer i'aptain KstchSm' ! rnen, sarung itito Chapal Btraet) near th ? Taft, and iltaated tor "M until ''l'a" for [ bin and Heffelftager appeared on lb ' baicon>, to be greeted with a tremendooi shout. Bank mads a sborl speseh. "Vale li baktnd ?aptain Ket'baui to } man." said th? '?.S captain. "and th? , result on Halm day may surprise thSSM who tl,Ink Princeton is to have an ?as) vh'toiy. !?:%?? ry man on the team la ti faghtar, ami v?,ie win Bsjht t?i a Bnlsh." M. mber-i of th.- M <-leven, nearly all <?1 ?Ahom WSTS present at the anniversary, w.re IV.ifess.ii A Ali.nzo StaKf,'. rlxht end, ?nipervli.ir of athletlcM, CWcagO I'nt verplty: William ? ?. nhtfSlJSS. right tackle. ?'I- vel.uid; QeSSge ti Woodruff, right guard, N.-w votk. fovaaar United states ''??urt fudge; ay, n ,',?b|n. centre, Hart? ford; w w. ("Pudga") Heffelflneer, left guard, Iflnneaaollsi the Bas Charlee <? ?'ill. left tackle, llartland. Vt.; Frederick W. Wall;:.-,., left* end. I'lalnlleld. N. II; Dr, William ?". Wui bulling, i?uat terback. New Haven. Lee MeClung. right half? hack, N.-w fork former United Btatea I Treasurer; Dr. William P. Oraves, left i ilfback. professor In Harvard Medical I S. hots), and Dr, William T. liull. full back, N.vv York HANLON NOW AN OUTLAW To Take Active Part in Work of De? veloping Federal League. Baltimore, Nov 19 Edward HsnJott, ? former manager of the three-time pen? nant winning Haltlmore club and of ths ', Brooklyn Buperhas, was to-daj rieeted a director of the Haltlmore redorai League ; Club Hanton said he believed there wag room for a third major league, and that he ex | posted t?> take an actlvr Interest In the I development of the Federal lasagne TO BAR THE DODO BALL. i tica, N. v. Nov, ii'. A? a meeting of ih. x, w fork si.it. Bowling League last I night n wi.s derided that the dodo <>r i loaded ball would he barred from all State l-trague contests._ \ Gridiron Battle of Old and New Indian Schools Dartmouth Was First to Edu? cate the Noble Red Man. _ ? RETAINS OLD CUSTOMS | College Yell, Campftre and Wet Down Ceremony Date Back to Colonial Days. The football K?me at the Polo Grounds ?m satunla.v between Dartmouth an<l tin? "Carlisle Indian School, In addition to fur I nlshlng a K?me between two of thcstrong , est tennis of the year, will have the added i Interest of being the titstt contest Utw?. n | two Institutions both of which were found? ? ed to educate the Indian. Nearly one hundred and fifty years ago. I long before undergraduetes ever heard of I the duty of supporting the team, Hasser tVheelOCh, founder of Dartmouth College, received a call from a simple Indian nSOther ?>f the Ifobegaa tribe, who begged e?Jiieiition for her son. BeOSOr answered her plea by educating him himself, ami Samson i ircniii, the Rlorv of the Indian nation, was the product. Ba?aron was directly responsible for the fact that Dartmouth never be? aine au In hau a boot for when he went to Kng laml foi funds he raised so mock that the policy Of the future college was rhenged to ralncalg the fairer youth of i the ?New Hampshire and New F.n?rland Woo Is. Dartmouth did imf case Its Indian C**e> toma, bowarar, when it ceaaed Its inten? tion to educate the Indian. l-'or prac tb ally alone among American colleges. Its mass of camptip tradition and occasion OSratnony Ih based upon Indian customs. Long yearH ago wh? n Dartmouth was much in need <>f a colleaje cheer some one brought forth the war-whoop "Wah-hoo , Wall," Which IMS been called the most perfect collage cheer, sad which Dart moiith nun use to g?io<l SsTeCt on tin? I gridiron, as well as at otli?-r times. Hut Dartmouth nun not only cheer on their team by an Indian yell; they cele? brate their rlctorias in Indian fashion. When other college? are ? ??!? hiatlng by parade and torch, Dartmouth converts Its campas Into the scene of a great camp llre. The college collects by classes around the great pile or Hanover's waste wood while the freshmen, who have built tin? pile, do their snake dan? e by the light of the bonfire. Hanover probably enjoys no occasion more than the "lum titi- of victory," both for Its meaning and the o< ? aslon Itself. The 'wet down" I? another Indian tra? dition, commemorating the ,'.oo gallons of New Hngland rum which the good Kleazor is s.ud In tradition to have taken with 1.1 m when he went Into the wilderness to teach the Indian, A pious faculty has ehangsd the rum to lemon juice. Imt, as In the earliest days:, Hartmouth men still crowd round the open barrel to celebrate the oldtline "wet down." SCHOOL EL? IN Erasmus Hall Being Groomed for Boys' High in Part of Double-Header. HIGH HOPE FOR COMMERCE Poly Prep and Adelphi Now Ready for Their Game at Ebbets Field To-mor. row Afternoon. If Krasmus Hall falls to beat Boys' ; High School on Saturday afternoon In the 1 opening game ?f the football double h.-ader at F.bb?-ts Field, which will be j flnish.d by the High School of Commerce and .Manual Training. It will not be through any lack of careful preparation and coaching. POT the last three days the team has hen driven at top gpged, and under the, . direction of I>ogan. the Princtou guard ; of a few years ago, and Rudle ?5ur3ch, head coach, the few faults which th?? | hoys showed in recent ffBinsg have been ! corrected. Krasmus scrimmaged with i ?'ommercial High S.-hool yesterday, and ! this afternoon ?in g.? over to Hobokes to meet the varsitv eleven of Stevens In? stitute in a practice game. BrasmUB has improved M per cent In i the last two weeks, or so, at least, ?le : ciar? d those who witnessed the work with ; Commercial yesterday. The coaching of I/ogan whowed plainly in the work of the j forwards, and the way they rlppud I through the line was a caution. They tackled well, too, and once a man was hit he generally stopped short Tile backs worked well, too, following the lruvfsr? ence closely. Webb, the fullback, was in rar? form, and twice ploughed his way through Com? mercial for a touchdown. Hal Haletead also crossed the line twice after gathering In forward passes. Gullck. the big end, was out in togs for the first time In severs! days. He showed that his rest in no way affected his playing, and was in the thick of every scrimmage. He mads a couple of neat catches on long forward passes Gullck also did the punting and some of his kicks travelled more than ' forty yards. ? WUltaflOS and Roseo* did rom* good I ?rork f??r their team. Williams got off hi? ! forward passes with o.istomarv aceuracy : and dipped a few a full forty yards Just to show h??w It Is dune. Resolving grimly to win or "bast ' on Saturday, the High School of i'onimercs el? ven Is putting in strenuous licks at I'ordham f?>r the game arlth Manual Training The boys realize that to win means a high rating, while defeat will eliminate th.-m from all consideration for the championship Under the direction of Ed Slssktnd th? line men went through a long, gru. Ulna 'drill In charging, blocking and tachltnf. peSterdaP, and when praciic* wa> "Ver the Mach declared that he was much ?n? ?courag?;d. For the tirst time in m?)re t an , a peek the men moved with the ball and. ' getting the jump, pressed the Bdvaatag? IB i the end. I'?? BOOT und Ilag.-meyer played in their usual aggressive style, and th? latter was better than usual, especially in his tackling. Cue Q-slan was drilled in r inr.;ng from the kick formation, and after SOBM time nanaged to ??tart in the right d rec tlon before being tackle.I. That tecieney to run toward his own goal Is ull that prevents Qulnn from developing into a first 'lass back. He hus Instinctive ability, great speed and rare courage. On Short bucks he Is effective, hut simply cannot iweep the flanks without running back several yards. Walter Hingwall, Larson and Timer, the Un?- breakers of the Manual Training hacktleld. will be In the gain.j BgaJ* -t Commerce on Saturday. Tie *~B*ooklya boys behove that the Commer?a line will . i imple and break before their attack 10 straight football, while no fear Is f. It It It comes to newer football. In srhloh com? merce Is strong. Manual mi d-f-attKl by Hay *ttdgB yesterday, which was a stunning surprise. I'oly Prep and Adelphi put in their last hard practice before their game at Kbbete Field t<>-ni?>rrow afternoon. Both teams are coiitiib-nt of victory, and. While fe?* critics will venture a prediction, all agree that the struggle will be weil worth Seeing. The teams are playing at top speed, and both are well drilled In the finer points of the new game. Although 25.0KI invitations have been sent out, H.? great Is the Interest that fully 1.011 requests tor tickets of admis? sion have been refus?'d. Many men promi? nent in public and private life will he guests, ami BSCttoaO have been roe ?wed for students In the public high schools. Donald McKenzie, Um guard of th? Adelphi eleven, will watch the BtaSM from the side Unis. Prohan, who will play in his place, is a capable fell.iw and a good man on defence. McKenzie way ., 'in? ning placement kicker, and ma> be missed for that reason MeClave has not been .aught napping, however, and for a week more Kelsey has been drilled In kit? ing goals frota * ? * Tf gt formation. Ths rsaeead football ola ven of r?>iv I'rep is playing n good game. There are sev? eral bovs ?m the team who will surely be up with the lirst eleven next -reason. The I'oly lads BtlOWed their worth in no >H' BSrtaln manner by holding the keav) rec? oud team Of DB Witt ?llnton to a s. ?ie leea tie not long ago, SETS HEW STRENGTH MARK Dorizas, a Greek, Strongest Man at University of Penn. Philadelphia, Nov. IL'.?A new sUef-SS) reeorrl for the Unlverstty of Pennaylvssta was established by Mlchsel DorUas. * Gr.-ek athlete to-duy, when he legi-tered 1.7uo kilos on the testing machines This exceeded the record inn le by him las* \ear. when he broko several of the ma? chine.--. seven members ,?f the freshman class made records better than the former mark of UM kilos. F W. Ilaf-son. of tbe freshman football team, v\a? second to the (?reek, with u total o? 1,196 Bata* - g - CAREY AN EXETER CAPTAIN. Raster, N. ii.. Nov. i.' ?Edward U Carey, of N.uick. Mass., right, hallbad of the Philllps-Kxeter Academy football team, was elected captain of next yea"'1 team here to-dav. Dartmouth-Carlisle seats for sale b\ Nee* York Ha?.- Hall ?'lub, US Fifth Ave. I* A. M. to 0 I'. M. (?ame next ?aturda*. -Advt.