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Yale Has Walk Away
with Virginia Eleven
Le Gore Proves Tower of
Strength on Offence
for Eli Team.
WORK OF TALBOTT
FEATURE OF DEFENCE
Little (winch, at Quarter h\.?k.
Plays a Dashing (iamc ftv
the Southerners.
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'..?> Hi ? en. Coi .?le p,le?i
> i ' iods ?gainst
the Lrivrrs!t\ of Vlrg lay? und
t'?irr. with a .--?arm of substitutes in
the line and bsckticld. helo I
*af? during the last peri.xi.
Little ????och, the Virginia quarter?
baek. plaved a dashing gane, carrying
*h? h;.II tor l??ng distances on punts
and se\eral times skirting the Yale
?"twin for rood ?rains. The pipy of
la* Go- :? in the Tale ofier\cc.
The 1 rk . through the
line and * ir? led ' >ng ad<
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ward passes t:1?' worked ?
a minut.
?.uaru apped up a
T;dr i?:is that hit tl ( ground on the
'.v>aid bu. and dodcred pa.-t six Vir?
ginia players foi a touchdown. Ta!
bott's ?A-,.rk ?a.? ?he feature oi the Yale
defen?re. The Klue captain ?ei in every
?lay. Stopping end runs and line plays
?like, and was the first down ,l
on k
Thp Yal" line was not very .?iron?."
<?n the rieht side, and both ends were
rec?uen?l> skirted bv Warn and .Ma;, er.
The Vale haektield ?forked like clock
work, however, am: the forward
of Ain?"*orih to Le (.ore to Church or
H;g?rinbothnni au ;mo.-t ?-very '
lime.
?Vftei the kick-oil \ nie started a
..ma^hini' trence '.i-.ai threatened to
-core a touchdown in a half dozen
play.-;. Wilson. Le Gore and Know les
tore tvi o? ?.'i I be V ? |
stopped the advance
: d virgii r took the ball, onlj to bo
?onipelleit to punt aftei a 15-yard pu??
al for holding. Taking the hall
i ished the
lal' over for s touchdown on end -
n? playa bj Knowlei th and
Lc Gore.
Ye5 ? double Po>> frequent?
ly, Le Got e making fi ?)) one
play, in which Ainsworth 'hoi the all
to him just as the lattei was tackled.
At the op? ?? second period
Virgii.-? started ! attack, car?
rying the bail to the 20-yard line. Yale
eld firmly, and Mayei had a chance |
from an easy ut.glr, t
but missed the try,
tfnov ? i1-..-. carried the ball'
to midrield on short plunges, an.i
un a pasa from Know tea Le Gore
arched a long throw to Ainsworth, on
which - Bed twenty yard.-. A
fumble recovered by \ nsworth made
?a kirk .. and Gooch made i
? uperb runn m- catch of Le Gore's
punt and ?\ent eighteen yards before
II stopped. Alter a eOUple of
line plaj \ rginia tried a ?louble pn??,
which missed fire, ai had to.
kick.
Wilson cut ioo?e with a wonderful
?lodging run. but Yale lo I a splendid
scoring chance when three successive
forward p;. blocked and Le
Gore had to kick. 1. Gen api
twenty yarda after the kick-off it tb?
opening of the second half, and th*..
Yale started ai
ball over ' lys.
A fumble, recovered by Oake
a short aetbai k, ?? ? en*' -
yard run for a touchdown
the misplay. On th?- i
?o? pas-.f.i to Ainsworth, *?>i at "fie
.iid the hf e left I
twenty yard?- before h< * a
Knowh " en1 t? ?
Yal? advance ?'ai halt. ind Le
? iorp kicked II fty-five yal
Gooch'i . ??"v.er run back,
? I ,. Virginia for
tard pa;
?.??i?' scored Yale' thirl touchdown
In the last period neither tetm
? - . ''i. substitut
backfield seemi ig to lack power.
?fit Brown, Harvai i
battle.
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FORDHAM STARTS WELL
Strong Offence Play? Havoc
with Gallaudct Eleven.
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ami ol thi eason, defeating
I h?- ? viand, by a
? ??re of 7 to ?3
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Yule d make ?'???
touehd i iptain \\ j
mard followed with an accurate kick
from placement, 'nal.
1 h?- second half opened with Wy?
mafd's kick-of] t.. VIoore, who caught
? he h- R for what seemed to
r .,.1 ' c not
been ?i i
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when Alar- . pecdi end
???en' mute '
did run
\'t,-r 'hiIt.}.' with
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li?il ..' , r the Mai ooii line.
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UNION IN DASHING FINISH
Touchdown in Last Period
Brings Victory Over Hobart.
Scheneft-ai!). \. V., Oct. ?I. Union
defeated Hormt here this afternoon
by a score of 7 to S. The team* vacie
exceptionally evenly matched, and not
until the last quarter was oi?MI ? Me
t.. break through the other'* defonee,
l?i the lant quarter a spectacular
forty-yard forward pa*?? from Heaver
to Girling, followed by ? tweaty-yerd
run through half the llaibart team
netted the Garnet ;? tOBchde? ;
line tuen kicked the jronl.
Hobsr: scored <<,? ? p'*c
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CORNELL FALLS
BEFORE COLGATE
Ithacans Find Hamilton
Eleven Stronger than
Anticipated.
Ithaca, N V.. Oct. 3, Colgal
feated the Cornell eleven here th
ternoon in a hard foughl i;aint by a
icore of S :" 3. While the ' i
defeat came as ?i surpriae, it was hard?
ly expected thai the Cornell eleven
would win earily, as there was only
one tegular in the line Shelton.
Cornell wai firsl to -< i re, a hen in
the thin! quarter. frequent pe?
and unsuccessful double passes gave
the Ithacans the b. II i ? olgate's 16
yard line. Barrett'? run around Col?
gate's lefl placed tlie ball on thi
yard line After two-yi ? gains by .
Phillippl and Barrett I !?"<?
Barrett made a pretty drop kick from
the 26-yard '
In less than threi minuta - I
made the touchdown tha'
game when Robinson received ?lie kicK?
?u he.I t'r<- b-i 11 sixty-five j
to Cornell's 16-yard line. !
play he carried the hall to the 10
i id a well directed forward pas?,
Anden Steu*s
the une.
Colgate pa\e little prom
feating the Ithacai t i the firsl naif.
Cornell ma? i I downs to
for the visitors, ?
'naif Cornell made eight lii
for Colgate.
The Ithacans suffered considerable
in the third quarter, when Tabei
star halfback, lefl the Meld with s i. id?
ly sprained ankle.
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MICHIGAN IN OLD FORV,
Piavs Point-a-Minute Footbnl1
Against Case Eleven.
Arbor, Mich., Oct. 3, Bringing
back memoriei ol the point-a i
days, when the Wolverines were ?i
n confer. :. . the i niven
Michigan foothal! eleven overwhelmed
? j .-. -r-..r> "t 6S to 0 here I ?-.In;. .
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-Henry. Kenyon. ii- ..| linesman, Kniuht
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Tome Eleven Is Speedy.
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I'...- Deposit. Md., Oct. 3. I i?
football ?earn defeated
wore ,'v College h,
1 he !.
-:'' line plunging and
iltver end run,. Baltimore "a
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V"' f<"<'<"! kicking
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PRINCETON WINS,
BUT GETS SHOI
Open Play Fails to Ma
Its Way Against the
Bucknell Lleven.
FORWARD PASSES
(iO WILDLY A?STR/
Field (mal by Tibbolt and (
Touchdown Account for Tc
Points by Ihe liters.
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? football polic) received a mip
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land savage Bucknell h
1 core.
v mi brought up to the ? i
of pi?] n thai ...loi ti d bj
this yeai ? ? ded to administer i
, auch a she k o the team thst liten
tossed ita way to victorj ovei Hut?
h week ago, ai .1 Bucknell ?lid it.
The Princeton basketball tactics
; ply wouldn't work until Bui
pounded Its men tired hch-h.?; the c<
? r. " fresh men
Captain Ballin.
. .. lical st
??'., i om Lev.
-' ? ;??! it opoi.nl ? aavi
rk ?In eel ly against I he ? ?
?i ". and for three i
.. ?good adt anti .
? i opei play in the i.
... r. ,i Prim con h> - ?
prise and nearl) carried the assai
i goal line, but
rd one was grounded by Holar
The rigera started on their tteck
orward passes, winch won fr?
Itutgei . but to then surprise found
knot lied in tho system somewhere.s
urprise crew almost to confusion wh
?]": teen forward passea wei i
lie v ai ?1 a ,i ? ruined.
To add to 'he difficulties the fc
wards eharged high and itemed almo
tackle b? low ihe waistlir
I ? n. ni ?? the But k lell bac
wen constantly knifing theii wi
through m the econdarj di
fore being stopped A week ?.;' pre
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rt ri bad habit amoi
ulai which were hard to overcome.
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assistance he _,
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Gliel
attack
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half bad th i any o
When he i
? third period
coveted i ? i half ' ii
rroui I < for I'lin.-e
The? the Prince
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ii ggi and lu'1 ! op
hum did ?me spectacular p.in;
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line in th? last period, hu? the Prince
?on j nii'.Ts h id 'I" bettei ? ; hini be
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??nal. '1 he next core (?Hm?' in thi
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fteen trial'
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on the Rui ne juit
the third period. sn?J
ed th? last qusrtei b) a ahort in?
ard ps from
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. i ?'. Ihen '" ?-??''' ? Idy ovr the
goal line inr .i touchdown, I?i???
oal.
It -..- then that Bucknell openi
? i ? ourci i, and " orked tour for?
ward pa ?sea sime ? ';ii elj i ? om
Chambers t., Gdnaic and Topham foi a
61-yard adva
A penalty oi fifteen yarda against
? ..o for the ii ?' of hands in eu -
ting oil another attempted pasa put
Bucknell or th< 13 yard line, but a
grounded b? hind the
iir bj Boland
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College and School
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CONNIE MACK AND THE PECHERS ON WHOM HE B .
LIKELY TO COUNT IN APPROACHING BATTLE WxTH BRAVfcb
CARLISLE INDIANS
SUFFER A DEFEAT
Go Down Before the Fast
Leh.gh Team by Score
of 21 to 6.
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1 i gai ? 11 ? Carl I le Indiana a last?
of d< fl ..? ;?. . ? ; i ? . and bj the di I
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The whirlwind itj le ol Lehigh' o i
field pi .' p< ' ? i< alar, Two i
i in ??.' i., ichdo ' < were ??i??' to foi w ard
and t he othei to Half tead1
at im ,.
;t ,|-i !,
Carlisle ba? kfiel. s con lloba n' ?
made each ;:"i<:
I'.r '.Hunt, indeed, ?? ai thi line |
,n?i- of llalstead, of Erasmus
lad, A big poi oi oi I. ?high' ?
first downs tvece made b; him. Equal ly
Pe rnond,
i?: ? Uanual, P ? He
rei; play, a?..! it was
he who bowled o?'er th?* ??? ly In.,.an ?.
the path ol lloban tvh
fort; Brd foi . ter taking s
fui?'..-. ? lecontl quarter.
Th.' Indian pr<. enti d litt
me and depende,
on < :il.? to gaii ground. He did ?
well lhat he coren l oi ly
point i" the thud ? ifti-i
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both were failur.
II.. rever,Carli '? ?.ained ,- ? ? ? roi
on ? ' i."igh? football, havfni II
, . .. to 8 '? i high. Tl ?? En?
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Violet Eleven Rolls Up Bi?
Score against St. Stephens.
W it'n a :-.i-\ ru ning bs > !.. Id
< pe. tation
Vor?, ; opened it - football ,
-oj ion "i i '?? o Field j esterds
noon with a 27 to I) victor) o
Stephi ? At no l ime -.? aa Sew
Vork in dang? ? o . ored upoi
and onlj when s substitute team ? a ?
m?" i in did the visit ? ? any suh
M,ir,l ii
The N'ew York elf-T: io-t no lime in
getting first
inute
< I ni,'. Ir, !" ...? d di h b; Hi
th i ough . ? owed !" .. rush b)
MeN'all) i oug
made bj W iener, ???- ire I the
.!?-.?.? n W i 1er ?
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Long Run by Ursinus Quarter
Makej the Score Even.
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Boat Oet '? aro Hob
the Boston Am? ricai
signed ? contract to-day foi 111 <
Harvard Eleven Wins,
but Gets a Surprise
Passing Gam? of Springfield
Team Has the Crim
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Fumbling Keeps Score Down
?-Huggenwig Shows Well.
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BIG SCORE BY DARTMOUTH
Hanover Eievcn Swamps Team
from Norwich University.
? i m Ocl Dartmouth
led k'uroe here to-day
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BIG PENN TEAM
Small College Lleven
Gives Quakers a Sur
prise on Gridiron.
.?. v.... a The 1
Philadelphia, Oct. ?.. Th?' Univei "?'
nsyfvanla football team wi
. itplayed und beat?n to-da; bj
Franklin and Marshall College, 10
With the exception of th?* first period,
the Quakers' heavy back.-- crashed
through the line, the visitors held 'V
uppei hand.
! ? thei jide ?A-a? an.? to core in
;!,o first half, but the tide of battle
.tirn?'i' in the third period, and from
? ? ..n I'. an?! M. outplayed Penn
in every scrimmage. At the aame time
the visitoi i' first icore as due to a
Cuke. Carter, the Quakers'centra
hurt and BOlie, who took his place,
misunderstood signals and made
before Merrill was ready. The ball
rolled back, an?! although '.
recovered it. he was tackled ??? hard
? I..-T it and Wangaman pick? d
up tor I'. ft M. and dashed fifteen yards
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The via ? ept their ?,.
the final period and scored again ?? l
goal from field, which Jone.- mad?
0 yard line. In the la it
Utes o?' the ??ame the P?>nn CO
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Defence Well Developed. Too,
rind Stevens Is Helpless.
vv . ? Po t. X. V. Cet. Fl
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p nent, \ ? Rtei en a In
titute to-d? in tl ?? opening >. .
he -? ?'? ?on by s -? ore ol 19 to 0.
Three touchdowns one by Merrillat
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a touchdown in the third p?
catching s punt, s
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DROP KICK BEATS
BOWDOIN ELEVEN
Captain Kenan Wins for Wes?
leyan Team in Last Min
tiles of Play.
M iddleto? n, * onn . I ' i drop
kick bj i aptaii Ki
j aid line in the
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BILLIARD HONORS
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