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College and Socar Football S Gommait ?* Cross-Country
Running S Chess S Golf s Other Sports Comment and Gossip On Sports of the Day By HERBERT PRINCETON'S t????ibal! team must win o? i??'-?' i| i ' I ??'??' next Sat urda} o? whs! Ii and |udfin| by the Htm? against Harvard lasl Sat ( irvlix h ?iocs no! v. o? enough <>t the kind >.t football necessary i>> beat a finished team. H doe! I the in;?-is xx?-i?' ?-.> panicky the> could not begin '.?< shoe theit real ;? ? ? v? ? ; Individual excellence there .?.?*? pi? y, but little else rhc attack was pitiabl) weak; the de? t.-?,- which v;-x?' indications of being so strong and compact against Dar! mouth \x..? easlli cut to | rs bj Harvard's varied and powerful offence One xx eck is all t?>.? short reel the faults which cropped ">|1 <,n s ' .. real thai the weak icss lies not so much In the material bui ii its construction .is .4 macl THER1 is a chain f < se, thai the defeat, crushing though II was, d rouse rathei than depress and discourage. ? come back; Michigan did aftei the ?let?'.it by Syracuse, li.:\.it?l .!-..! ?ft? 01 less ragged . K VI and ' State ? there Is I unless all to fall 1m. lightinj pit 1 .ill ?>tht-r things are rela ? - ggested aftei : uth game, t ti .? Hgers have not ; ga 1 plays, much less scoring plays, in lo develop anyt g Ks said befi re, P ceton must ?h.i: n k , TH!?* is -o time, r-'r!l??'?''-? to critb system, but it does seem as II coa< commil in recent \ ?. .tr s. las proved .1 flat failure What coach x d of the coa? hes the material ? .1? about the best - i evei reported In the earli part '?1 such is the ?.ase. It has been ruthlesslj wasted Pentield, the head tield coach, has been 1 id his .'?'.?? ? . . 1 ?ence *.1-? xxith the Ihe , vorld and j el prove ineffective as the rn*?-?.? I .1 soulless -?'. ? football g 1 .: d coat ? I ds the ? . IT lv hs ???? stro g Yale 1 a t of the Broa n c ? but this I I ' out ?'t : ?He so long as it ? as won. 101 that 1 g Brow eas? defeat 1 not be taki I ,1 worth. No doubt 1 ? n in-. j-*?-rx?*ii and deserves I ill . ? to a score ol 1 ? : ? But d go on to the Hal a ped to give .1 good ac? ?? in the last three ? cai s. TH1Rl ? . ict that tin ? led, vx ill ?.: ps before the ( . : for the nt ces? lary p . is plenty the attack and, better ?net is rea 1? t begin to show his r< al 1 for tl which hi regular s up to the Yale f ciency. No d ?will be d OSA .Michigan, I ard. and or f the the counti . er ta r ':?->?- ('! ? ? ? 1 -, by .'. scoi .; re! the '1 . J| S : en. v hich defi ' ' ? tained its clean rcc? rd for 1 ? ? . . . - ; - ceton pend a da : Speed, More Speed, the Cry. Sd ? . ; nallest par? ters of the d with the ? ? hundred v ? be noted that d all heavy pad! . ihre?. kirclot are k ccer playei . .- ? t 01 ? 1 t about make u| t this season, and some 1 11 - it.Iv. the re plaj ed .; a ?i exagi erati d I to their .:..: ortai cc. ua 11 ?? largi ? ? ? I this ws ?, ;k in the sei four t?: m e da\<-. when ?1 . ; -te?i that he izen - and d e kind could WHAT h. almost ,-rsal. Thi 11 the few team V? I .: ; ...;?' "Une r ? ? ? ?tbi'.l is that someth jear. aril the ele1 - fails to keep (erprise and doomed, a*- a rule, to detcat." true in a me though much that is called new is only the a ? old. The iater.. ible and ti : ch is heard thi. year, a pet plax- in my 1 the | added advantages now, .. 0 ? of the pa ' Iden da] - 1 fom ard . r plsy. Action?Lota o? It. F 1 promised horn there while VaU- and Pi - - re settling their little ball di?e. crop up ever (tract xxidespread interest. Dartmouth is picked to beat Pennsylva I ailure to o d isi about ruin ihe season for the mei from Ha ? I lis year, howev? appear t?i he a? the Qual ? . been along reasonably ornell will travel out to Ann Arbor to face the eleven held Harvard to a score of lobet ?eats .Mi?i'.. Icing for I :red. This gaii e, coi only a week behind 1 : I ? .?I furnish ?j. rea I oi that rhanksgi?. ing I ?.??? Id, Philadelphia, when Cornell and t!>- 0 ?'???' will 1 their ) early loi e feast. A-ilP game it set ter Satui I 1 ci ed in a measure for eh took issue with Vale at Neu lia-, 1 i -.'? to Cambridge ???? .1?. battle x? th Harvard. Compa I football, are not depei da ira?g, but when came? con e only a xxeek spar! some line at lea?: I cri! and "dope t? lich xxill t'liruw some light on the coming mee! - ale and Hai -l. OTHER 1 of W illian I ?I Trinity, a: Middli lov Vermont ? i ordham, I **? est Po nt, at West Pi md Hamilton, al Schenectadj ? '? at Chica NAVY BACKFIELD HEAVY tlodgett. Failing and Harrison Form Powerful Trio. Anns] of the ..-??? '?' d Pail i BILLIARDS ?k BOWLINC Insult. Hepalr? /^?^*Sw Ly J.aiMit M? T j\^\ cl.ni,! ? \S_/ ^^ ,llrn?l??r < o.. ..it. Vf* VorU I lie llr.iti.it!. It-Hulk. I .,llrn<l?-r ? <>.. r? <-, Ur.i ??? *>? aea? ii...it. s?-,? fork Mfrs t:. ; . . . ? Mur Ion ?>n\i 106 and 188, r? peel ? full baek, I - Mitchell at quarterback, the a .-,.-. the backfl? sal . ' than the line, the Hi i ?i brought down eonaiderably who i',1 pour Is, but hi won ? | during the , . , \ ??. Goal." It ia :?. parody on "It'a ;. Long R perary, the marching -on?; of th? i? - Frank V Ptaaegss csatribstea "Brisgisg the i ?rIu t?? Psrdwy," b aplaudid storj ol Miea Birdie MoMal* ? les, <?i Chltsga, a Rae. arbol?eosle, slang) type <?f sterllsg > <>nhk ?toman hi....I. it In. ?a? ed La. Ite> I nun th? ?lire i-onsequeni'es ??f b little embezzle neiit ttlinl? he ???iiiiiiitteil mi ,i ??in endeavor i<? get oui ??f ihe rlslfhes ?>l a loan shark, m the nei.1 Sum?a.? Maga? zine ?if 1 he tribune. WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND Haughton Analyzes the Battle Between Harvard and Tigers Crimson Coach Likens the Ball Used in Game at Cambridge to Greased Pig. Bj PER? ? 1?. M \1 (.1IT??\ Harvard I ??..??.??Il i >>n. h Boston, N< Harvard a g f it smem ? ? .?-.'Pies in , If my men ? ? . Harri ' Princetoi I ?ver, re i The fumbl? came t. In ' r. - ca ->?. h? ? eompli It had ' , Fumbles Lost Man) Gansee. l .an rememb? ? I ?? -hip i ? ? - ? ? feney of a - ?? ? ? . ? ' th i rty to forty ?? ? again. In contrast ? thirte.- tl OUsly ? To the ca liai oh ?rver Harvard an ?.," . i ,, ? I believ? that had Harvard al? lowed Princeton to plaj her own ?rame the latter wot?.Id have proved to be much trongei than th? ? 01 c 1 o be ore, Ha? n almo it three hundred ard fort) ? ,,i Princeton, but . r.?und gained l<> runn nc back kicks Harvard: gains were n adi her oppoi tory, ? Princet? n, wit never held the ball outside ol bei own tory. From the style of piny whi P ton has show n tins ;. ear ' h? r policy to kick on the first ... o:nl downs until she obtained P bton of the ball around midi ?Id I he ha- been able tu do through the .-?? . of her own superiority in pur? the mistakes made bj opponent-. Having ihown sucl - by folios ing I ?, I ?.ey, it ra ?? Princeton -: r. tempt to do the .-i,n,e thing against i ? ard. 'I ha' ittorly ?s not the point which I wiah to trinke, but, rath . . to ng oui that, with . .. opt ?on of th? ?a al? ready mentioned, ih? had no oppor? tun iti f,f making ground by running, ard it would not have been .-.I pol . ? tai da rd, for her ... to at tem pt 11 ? ? ions r ? ? n had I ? ball ? Hai ? ? ce lost it by fumbl ing on th? .? 11 ora ? ? hen she had an oppoi I <?!' showing a u?t?,n?; runn .- attack On thil OCCa le thi Hartan) line proved eu/jal to the task, and .-topped four rushes for ??? gain of sis yarda, io that it wai but that . ton should ?ssaj to drop kick. Tigers Not Neceaaaril) Weak. For .. team to fail I ground i.i the one opportunity off, i ? ? c game <!>,, not conclu ? . a n d for tl ? pinion th? Prineel ? art- willing to ad eril er.-tn in thai th. pac ng of thi mai ine of scrimmag? .?. uaevi n, D. HAUGHTOX. .ici! to ms that ? rttirelj id? .. m w ?.; .. .. Hm : .,..- . ed Bui I ? ,- the ...? -or. Pi rice! . . i. . I-. i to play bei own I \ footba ? again teams, bu! when the defei ? . . con true ? t thi r??'.'. ei .0! .Cenlile in I i'-t'-n- ive tacti? \ ,. ? ? the Prince! theory, and in ? of I'lay m hich i ' rback, ? it. In forth tificatii to the Pi nee t km dual, have In oth.t words, I hi a team per? form at well .-. Harvard did yesterday ? , w?. k inn r, t" ir no ap ran nl reason, ? the same opponi it-.:. ' ,;. than Princeton did ???i Saturday. Unlei ? euliarit) of football is rv"pt in mind, undue ei it :- apt to . ?- heaped ipon thi ?? . ?ive due en d I to the ' ' ed iti opponent's i ? ..-..'d like fu , ? h' Harvui efor? ,r-' : .: ?? i g a word of I ? ' ? l'iinee topping Har rerd's ? - . . .... ; ? g, h? ich? ::at is thi ? Harvard Surprised idsairere. I he Har almo ' evei point tha'. the man? ? ? ?. pace of a eham : ? . trength, which the opped m the I i ; ' ? ur. I" 'he t'? 1er, although ??*?.-! ? '.red dur Says He Never Saw Sc Man)' Fumbles in a Big Match?Gives Ballin Praise. ite int . ? x n. Il . nting ? ? : . ; - . tlmoat i .. toi thua erself thin at ',??111:' pi ? goal. : ? be given 1 ? ? . ? . ? ? ? ? eloss upon the pel : I ' ? mf .-.? generalship . : ?nibull ami Hurdxx ick, .- ? '??: r fbacks. I a.n,,' of n< ? inpare x? ?t'n ? ? . r ? peet. t oolidge <._n*e Despite (alary. . ? i. of the d< ? Pi ?-.?-. P Bigelo ? oolidge si e mai he cont inued P . ? ? arn i ? , pai ticu Hai .ir i i oache to have th? lubstt? rcll for, I ? . : .. I !,' -? distil etly belov \\ hat a ihame that the fa h,b < apti .:. Brickie of cont ribut : g I ?a share tos r?? thi not ible Han ara ? Not the least pi? g fea! ? he lack of ii believe this : i .- refleel i tel it between Hhi .ard ai d Princ? ton. Wll two Ul ? ? t that t will not be plim? ? theii :,,- till. - , for the reason ! under ' which are ie al standard of plaj is ion id? red di TWO DEAD HEATS IN WEEKLY RUNS Bitf Fields in Keen Com tests Over Many 'Cross Country Courses. TWO HUNDRED OUT AT VAN CORTLANDT PAKK Brandt wins Fourth Straight fixture of St. Anselm's Athletic Club. i ???,. i, ,id heats wers feati rs of ths -.-, ,-ki Vro . i," ti? r-, i ans In th? lopelitaa dl '?"<?' ye terday, Over I hundred runners, man) of a hi i entered in the junior metropolitan pionship next Saturday, took a :imi ipin uver the official van ' "r' ? pari cours? Among the elub thai nrenl ovei th? trail were the lie?.i,? ' hureh Hou i. M? I ong l iland, N? Iforl rrinity, Ai, , Ins' .? ? " mg Men' \ ation. - ? l?i?-k Brandt, tl ? >.? ? ri.? ? elub 11 ni" i an i.- thi An trim's < lub, raced i , ,, .? to letor) for the fourth '??"' nning hii organ iiatinn' ??> - - I tun Hi gi Bed a hig lead on tl ? field dur! ..! won l?v about 100 rard Hi nry Ru '. of the Broi llou . ? ' erl? llollai d, anoj n . iiner, carried "if third ,., , ? ? .,-??. t he coui I ? ? K II t ? t ? i : ? ii at I - A i ? ' ||. j? . t ,, , \ . ? ? i , ... ....,, l ? ' t- ? ' t II \ ? ? ? ? ' II. B ' - I.? -?? ? A ' 'II.'., ? , i > A , I . ? ' ? , . . . * ' dea? ' ?Veal Prank M Voris Athletic Club, and Jake Maier, ? ,|,-,- .-???.-? ? Broi ? ureh House, r did i ? ? ards from thi i dii ?n ir'i ? ? tan aloni; in third po ng the ., lead? r-. riiirty runners v <-n* ? ? The sum? ... ".. ? M v ' Met ZK? ? . ? - ? Harry D ;o rai their club's a eekly run ooklyn. Th. I ? ;.i of I uni Pis ? i ? ? ? r? "urn journ? ? i out -m ? ? ; .'n j ai ds, but I ? - ? inatl ? i ? i - Sydi ej Jackson, the Irizh-Ame V i of th? e ru ?1 ?? Ii. '; i ..- I in Hi ent out ?II ?.,-. tii? . him. How? onl? i rirk. '. '. ? I .1 ? ? - i ? ? - ir 1 in-, .ir' th? Hungai i .i \ ?'.. won by five yards ?,ver Mike ' the Doi ? n ? ??: Lyceum Central Pari course, i hume, m .? The ii n ?Hows: ' ? U. ?'olll . M \ , - . William i?.- II. i. v. - , ? II l>. /.I? t. ni in. X. Y . ,1 ? Charles P Point V. M. ? I of the ? . ? lub, ???' Hi<,..KI> n, j "- - ' ? i ?. M r. i I. Hell, H ? Il - ' . ' - \ . .? .1 v , 1 " ' ' i ? '? . - t \ ! - t t . ' ? ? Metropolitan Chess League Begins Tourney Progressive, Manhattan ant Washington Heights Teams Win Matches in the Opening Round. I of "'..I annual champion?'' ti tournante! t of the pol i tan Ch? I si g >? xvas play? .1 .?? , ening, ?hen th- Colu men w**re ? ntertain? tan l - ib at ( smegii Hall. '1 "?.. N.?r' ' .'? ?? omb ?. ?sited ? ? headq ? ?: f the !'r? - ' tub; 'h.- Lye? um men, i?r !',ro,.k;>. 11. pie]ed ,' of tli>- R . .:>. .,' l urn ?' i? m. m Ken srl ; I he Qu-, I . I taaocia ? lub, end ti,?- Hiookl>n . Stapleton, tried conel , . : ' ? ? ' .1 I : i . bad a bye. i here was an unu i . eron ?I . at the Newark Rice < Club. I be -, of in? specting th? tented ast week b h I tac I. lac L ? The Prog lef? ated North Jer? 5 to 0 . ? ? game bet ? ? \ Kupchik and ? . !.. An . ha?, ? 10 decided ne ri d sut the position. Wl lil gton Hi igl ' disposed of tile Q is? ?.'- uen \ ??' it ion by 6 t?> S ta te i ; Ocean H Manhatts ? ?'*? to -". g . ? . ? ? , ? betwe? ind th? Lyceum, Brool . each side scoring fou ? ?Next Saturday the extra match be lanhat! ! Brookl) n : boardi. at I he I ? foi m? . club, and ?? t! November .1, eond round of ' tournamei I ??ill be played aceor Oceei H Gambit, Me* ark vs. Wi ton Height i, Progre - ive vs. Lj North Jersey vs. Manhattan, Brooklyn x s. Columbia! Steten I- land, ,i b ? Brooklyn Soccer Eleven Comes to Life and Wins Sunday Soccer Games Results. Mi.l.a? 7 H,|l|..in Ualtar? (.??nafoni I ,'.-.' Fulloni . '? Ov.ri??? W.nrlar. Oroaalyn ? Palar,,,? R??|ar? f.nlnnihl* Olli / Mrpu?,? SI l,??r*a 1 Mrpiff, Hurt,on i,nit.h 7 r.i.n SseM llron. Unttar) I Jan., A I N?w Vnf? Caltl,, ', Yanl.r. Si;!,?,?, I Yon.ar? TM.IIa. HrooM.n C'ltl.l ?1 *tr?*r>/l*l I P, T Strillar, I Whlla R??a W??t Sid? Hanoari ; I K T St'ollar? CELTICS IN SCORING MOOD Brooklyn Soccer Team Boats Clan McKenzie Eleven. I ii one ided ga I ' - - < eltic troun? ?-?i th? ? Han Me K? by a icorc of Si I .|?ie't?. Oval, Brooklyn, in I rat ?u mpioi (? game o i ora (tat? Leagu? l be * eltic? ? illied half. In th.- .--,. opener, ? ?rid MeGre? ? e ? bil ed hope i of th? ? olid -. i? r , r. jng, ?' it I ? lampi? ...... ????..- ? -LI?- I? ;.or ?: a ?: . ?. I! II . . - ? I. 11 II II ... (- II II. .1 II I il ? KH ( II. I.'i " I. ? ... - ? i .... ' ? GOAL BY WELSH WINS Cernerons Defeat Rangers in Snappy Soccer Match. i ? ? c? , ,..?? i ...i.-., Range i e of 1 goal 1 ? ?jr.. of th? State I ea*rue, st I '?'. . t< . reform the in ? ! ? t?f th? netted 1 ? ay. The [.lux which 1>rough* of the Rang . free from :i , icrimi tro of ! r ibbled ?t well down the g\ and pa.--.-', to W? ' did the r? it. '?. II i' l: H ' I. !. ?' -. I. TWO GOOD BOUTS TONIGHT Mike Gibbons and Mike Dono? van to Eox at the Garden. ? - ? Mike Li ? - - ; ?, ? - at 10 o'cl? ? ... for a match In D ? ? s - - . ? ? turn th? ? snd has lit! ? ? JOY PREVAILS IN HARVARD CAMP Players Uninjured in (Jame with TfgffM and Wait Vale Confidently. rw .. i, Has? . Soi * I ,? Hai - vard football pi.i. Princeton gem? without injury. Mahai been hurt in th? lOUrcS it iafact ion to I he Crii , ? the teai confidence for the ?.-. eeks for 1 regula . but on I . tan ?.-. nest. The 1! . . . th.s week B I, '" .-.-.- of ' ?? tut: the Robinson outfit made at thai they \x ill have to pay ? ? At til?- ??tune t me ... ..-.mie. ivork of I rancke, x\. p !.. t ti r.gei ' our ? : low ver; k Beats Pafcrson Pangea in Annual Came by a Coal. VANDER WEOHE GETS DECIDING point Colimbla Oval and t lag MCDUfr hams He -n ;i State i ''ami? Mate*. " . ? and Frost i ? . ? T - ? IcDufl ? ipfl ? P ? I ? ? and 1 ? ? In a chai I ?ti B"" ?'"' I ?' ti I I ? ? I I ' - Vale Coaches Impressed by Showing of Harvarj . ? ! - ROW Y E America's Finest Rye WHISKEY ft.1"^?? HAND MADE SOUK MASH gj STRAIGHT PURE RYE _,.sa _ H. B. KIRK & CO., New York, UkuY ?.?. ' \?:i. i Hi: ' M?