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Yale Eleven Picked
tor Princeton Game
Hol/ Gets First Call Over
"Chub"Sheldon tor Place
at Right Tackle.
STILI WAN AND "RED"
BRANN ON 1 Ml ENDS
Men m lino Condition and Plaj
Spirit Rulos Mec Wilson Back
in the Scrimmage.
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ARROW
^(COLLAR,
They have the same domes?
tic laundry finish that is the
distinguishing quality mark
of the higher-priced collars.
2 for 25 cents
Oi . > ; ' . I i ? ?" ' - .I ' ? I\ , I hot. N. Y.
Maker i ol "iaao*a ribt?
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l-i-a-"-?
fcuppll-!,. Mill? Hi ? _>a-^ J
vj Utaioa ..guare, W**?- |
Eight-Pound
Kicker at N. Y. V.
\ meo Kl. Urr m? atilttd In ihr fata
11) o? rom I n?.n I,, ?tin ?until ..f II..
\. i? \ ,>ii. i alternH) faollnill rir\m
Inin. Jr. nrrt.r.l ?r?ler.la> n lt.rn....ii
-.i .m s'cleea He in?? in.- aeom n?
s pmiiiii? in m? gjra ?aM ???<? airead)
h,. ?Ii..? n tlgwi i,( .le??'t..|>li?ic lui?? ?.
?tu ,|iiiirn r'.n. I.
\l m? ml?-. "Iulhrr 1 .?.??' ,1,il,in?
Ihr ?oiiii|.l,r i-mii ba?l ?lu- ?.?nul? in
Isaea ?i?h? pea Bari Hantle?, le ????.late,
mu? i? aeeeeeeea ..i peemA pew? ri .,t
rii.liir.mcr I ..in J? I? en? lm?l.i?l I. .
tae i?.- ???-?.-i seeaM ?" Uee <?' tae ??t
llnl |.rti,-f I, f
?if , -mirar. I?r- In. kt r ? |.n .rnre. lint
Ihr ?tu,Irin I....I? I? .-..nllilrni Ihn) nnr
a I..I.-I rlrarn ..f ihr liitnrr ?ill haar ?
|.|-iw. ,-f ?hl. h II ?III I-. ..? i.t.Mi.1
:?? llir |,rr?,lil l.-ru,? i? of loin In
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. e\ ,-n as ,i
cker, thii year. He was look
' , last twisl o f Kis
loor and
not the gridiron.
I Vine arid I l ?"unions
? ied the
rk. 1 onably
optimi st
Dr. Bull ?, ? irked: "Yale nei > '
i gaii -'
-, n <|if
ted :? double
Wilaon and
much the ?.am?> werk.
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po I
backfield.
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g iound
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WILLIAMS IN TRIM
FOR AMHERST TEAM
K'.inks .?t the Regulars Will
\it Be Depleted b)
Injuries.
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Bah with the sirub
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CORNELL MEN AT
HARD WORK AGAIN
NUCutcheon and Kleinen Report
and I ?inner May Still harn
a Place at (iuard.
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i the first
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;,laved
mage.
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Oxiord and Cambridge
\\d\ Not Row Next Year
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Yale Dining Hall Ready
ix)r the Big Game
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Monda
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Stevens "Tech" Working
on Several New Plays
Stevei ball : nu.nl
.., prac
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Hard luck
e star 1
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i,, Id,
? d, si ,1
r H> i rsloaT, who i
... sise ' n the sick list. |
SOMEBODY IS ALWAYS TAKING THE JOY OUT OF LIFE
ARMY TEAM DRIVEN HARI
Eleven Has 50 Minute Scrim
mage With Scrub.
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W? ? " V., Nov. 1". |< v..
re I ted tl
pract 1- hi
peni in ' i-niii
..- . t ouch do? n cum
after Hod; diet ha
.- ? ig| ? ?? oppo
il, . for I
Me
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'?' -on
? ? wh i I?
? and Holn ? both
. ?i.
Ifeneiv?
drive, bul aril two sel It? gettini
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?lay ;, ? through.
'
ed in Mer '
and Keyland ni
Merrillat.
TELFER BACK ON
DARTMOUTH TEAM
Will Doubtless Alternate
with Redficld in (iame
with Penn.
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,:?? moon In prep
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? ?? ? ? ? end ii
|1 .ight thul
mditioi
eld will
1 ? ri ng th ? ?
...i?- bj
erd Ottri the i I -
bucking. fi?
tried. Mor? i
kick
It? th Tuck and
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, tly iic
i Dart*
... to score in
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can be relied ipon to ta
Muir, attention wa gi en to per*
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in charge o! a p<
againal the
','.:>. ? ,. : ?? me I liar' -
mouth quarterback, arrived te da) ai i
? ' ?? quai
Th?
.?.-'ilffr,
the star tackle, will, unless further
develop, be released to
If in condil I ?? ? ?rill un?
doubtedly take part in the Penn game.
RADICAL CHANGES
IN PENN LINE-UP
lacker (J?>es i?> had and Moftet
dets Trial in I tillback
Position.
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idel] , ? . 10 Confi onted
the nee? ething
??.. i fort
ne?, the coe t th? . ?
?.. id? ??:,,: mpoi
the mei rk this
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t ' t o givi
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illback
; ? ? ? to Matthew?,
Tuckei ? ? :"i L'rqu
, a! end, b il I la probable
?i a! eithi : K.i- or Seel bach ?rill heut
h m oui Othorwiae, the coaehea In
tiel to thai i preaent line-up.
Pal Dwyoi th? l .he toan,
:. a/a? given
to Byron Di? t to Bi ooke,
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ed thai Dwy? ?signal
art, Dwy er |
? en m poo
, tit n
een ill evei since,
thai - ? ? do eithei
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? atre on Pi nn's team in 1907, Hn<l ,
' work with the Quakers this fall i
-?t.- considered flret.Cleai |
Extra Princeton Coaches
Banished to Side Lines
Penfield Takes Supreme Con
trol in Effort to Put
Tigers in Trim
for Yale.
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Princeton, N. J., IS ; I
.le line
at Princet? sften
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Tigei -, e at least part of thei
eld b;
I ime of ehampion
.?, members af the ad
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r-afe et un
th Pe?
? .,! couch.
Ko .: pa?i?
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ertaint .... losing gam?
? =par.'i
?' ,. multitud?
I raduate play? r -
did not take any 'on kindly to the!
? ? a -. nted a?
sur?- cur? i which were being ? rel?
ted liec.i'i I 'v -. , ? .er t(
trate ?o a player than to i
to a i ut Penfield w? ? itiflly up
? ?? -,i d only th?
got a?
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The practice to-da ? * hard
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able work asrainat Yale. All t;,
thai required ttstionary apparatua ???<
completed at Ur ? F eld, hut an
itart made at the stadium
ming battle.
Punting and forward pasi ng re
ttention, but
'? res ' I ? met-. In to harder
? - to eome after they had I?
bi .. , ? aequir? d last week. La*
mid Driggt ??ul the boot ing ai :
? font m ! pa ? ing, ahil? the end -
th kick? an,! pa
\ -, ? i all had a liar.,!
in thi ' ? -
I ft? fett w .i good itart, the
. | the icrub an-l
.,- agaii it Yale pis;
for twenty or th rtj minutes. They
a i ?up " oi the formation? rathei
.. ion? at ft rat, and Borden und
\ ? . Brown made ?orne ?abstantial
rfore the plays were solved.
failed '?,, push ' h? reguls r? m ieh
?' i Held, how?
i eral I sd fumbles.
h were recovere?! bj Var It ?
men. !.. l'i? nkman scooped up ti e
Ural ,--...: I 1 ir. ?
? ,? ,,f ?-.End to g? '
il oat <?' read of the lerub bj n lateral
p,iM, te H..." ? -. ho can i< d ' he ball
? ? srd .'-.i .. ? ouch doe ?
\ lothei period of twenty minute:
vi,, devoted entirely to offence, ai I
one uninterrupted march down the field
resulted ?n a touch,down by Eberst idt,
who broke through from quarterbael
ards, Start ing at th?
20 yard lis >-. repeated trip?
n. ;.- ? al en down to the goal ' ne, and
onally th.- r . .
before ?tart ing 1?r. ',. s
? ?? emphasii wai '.?.,! an getting
l-ye I ' ?? the ?'.. and
d Dickerman ran '
. ?? ? he r ,l
K Idie Har* a: ! "BilT" Lee " ??!?? el?
lowed 'o follow th.? play v.ith Pel ?
few minutes, and they in
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' r'-p.ift to-,:
i that the eharley
ora - ieh he had
ing wa .- ? the Han bi d
n ?
..: linat Yale. 1 I
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markable worl throe day? ago, an,I
rt 01 ? ? panting and pal ?
mp drill. Eberatadt, the quarterback,
who wa give up the game
? ? season, reappeared to-day und
lubstituted for Ames dur.ng the part
? drill.
Essex County Golfers Win.
i he ..-:??? i -. Club d??
fi ated ?'.< golf team of fhe Mo I
Club In a he home mateh yet
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p . . . . e Moni
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? . , lub ent? th? aft?
i?a\e Hunter, t; ? pro? '
nal. played fur in-? team, while
'loin Anderson represented Mrn'elair.
"Thou Sluggest,
That for Thee!"
In In. I allege ,1 nlut t.mr^r \.le
>--Ul.rnlr,| II,- f,?,l|?,II rluilr? >,l II,.
It.?|,II.I. ,,,.I Hi,- Mr||,,?|i.ls l,?,l nrn
?nor?, laitf.-r ?irifi- mi? I?.- tmgtmittti
? in Mo-ember II i.li.n <,iinl?aT iiira-i?
Hi? I,?ifa? In Mm- (?mi- lirlnr.-n ll;,-rr
f'.ril i.nil ?.??,irtlim,,ra
??,?>?? Ilia Ml, '.?it, was ? 4?ll.lkrr
unir ii|,,,ii i, time. I.ill iniiii? ?r.ir. hi?i
Ike fiiiinilar of Ih' ?ail. ., ir-rli,lii Mr.
H Irk-, lr??l i .Im-lrlnul r.n.ll fr..m Ilia
-o.i-t? ..f I rirn.U llma-ri.inl .?.,?
Ikca in r?i?iriur ?n.i Kwartknare ???.?>
ImiIII 1.? th- (?Mimar? at III. --
*>n f,tr Ik? lirauli ?>,,. rm-r-l? Ihr
?ladral bol irkea HaverfaetJ i?.??
ilni.,1 il- Ural f...,l l,? II I. un iiml
Swiirl linmr?. IlkewlM formed ?in rleien
Ihr di?|iilr li.iiiii.' line ??f sill eei
?.luff. li?r 4|ni,i?rr ilees ii.'i believe ?n
nur nor ,!,,,?? 1,1? i ,,?i?ln Ihr Hi, 1,-11
I.n( ,,i.|n,n Hi. gridiron lirllaf
watered awd brwke, *><>t even Ike ?i.i
time riii-Miiiiirr? between Harvard awd
I'riiu nun , ??uni mini ii in rwwakaeee
Ike kettle? <>' Baverfoed and Ivrarlfc?
murr.
??mur tweatj rear? ???<. atkletle rela?
tions ??. ,r, liniUi-li off mill mil uni il ?hi?
.?fur were Hi'? resinned. Ilitriiirii mu?
?t.iii- mu? iinl.I ili>- rewire of Hi?* ?lag?
on Vnieml.er ?I, lint mi murr i; i n.-ll lug
uurfnrt- will I.' seen <>n .in? fl.-l.l Hi.in
?hm ike Hlekalie and Ik? Qaaker
rteak.
BROWN TESTS DEFENCE
Eleven Has Long Drill Against
the Scrub.
Providence, \' '? . Mc 10 \ I
. Irtnsbj. ! iser
Bi ? | re led ? ? ternoon, the ro?(
? Hi.,.'. u fool ball iquad wa? ? I
tiff sei a ? oachea.
The men were drilled on defensive
?
in this r> ?pr?t Ai?,ir wra was worked at
fullback.
The tir I Mr,nu i open play
a irrem deal ?nil scoi? i half a
h do Clark an i M iirphy are so
valuable to th? team thai both will be
th? gai agai Ii.?r-. ard ?>n
lay ward, th?
? ?
. : i.. ? ii if.ard.
I'o-mo..iu'v afteinoon and Th i
the coaches are plannii t on ; ' ing the
-a.. ? i;?. 1 nl! Of' the SCI llillil.n:
-ruinl in order not to .
on Saturday unprepared. Gordon
showed : ne form in ?Irup kick ng '??
da*
Ham Hyatt for the Cardinals.
Miller ? n mager of the St
;.I ale* ha purcha ed Ham
Hyatt, the pinch i ttei ? traoi
of the Pittsburgh Pirat? ?
USE WHITEWASHED BALL
Lafayette Team Keeps Uj
Work After Darkness Falls.
Katt? P With th?
i Albright
ire, ?
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inga thi
r fa ? teai
1914, I
Muhl? ? .- -is in
r 1
t- nning
of
t th?
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ha? been ce ed mail
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rig ? ? e Muh
Il nl.-rcT gan ??
N. Y. A. ? WILL
HONOR DONOVAN
Testimonial Benefit To Be
Given for Boxing
Instructor.
? - r oi v etic I ifa ?
?'-.?!'.? , - ?
tor ??? 1,,, tint
.
the present da;
arena i ? ippeai in exhib?
its of thr?
of Donovai ' ?
rhe atar bout of the
en M ike 11
iind hi? -.on, \r
M ike
i '..-?,'. an.
Among the oth?
appear aie Mik.- Gibbons, the gr? I -
middleweight of them all, who will box
da with hi? brother, Tom;
and MG inboat"
Sin itb, "K id" Let? i - and "Ki ?
Ja Britton and "Young"
Otto, Eddie Morgan and Harry T
r I an, the
of the
?\.
r reddie U ? impion
.1... ,. McA fe, the foi
, harapion
and sevei al othei m? n.
M.ke Donoi an a a weight
champ Americ
e retired
until 1884,
famous "x
don and defended th.?
?.privat? ? .
ara? arranged between Donovan
ater, mid
been raid I
, ndgel -. rhe recorda, 1 o? evei. in;
that th? a draw. It wa?
n Brooklyn on November 16,
The.iv? ? ? ? lijnovan in
?. .. ire that I >? was one ol
the gi . ??' ? the '.cor'
? . ghter from the
.
Harvard Begins Real
Work for Yale Battle
Haughton Grooming New
Ends So Hardwick May
Be Spared for Use in
the Backfield.
.
Haughton gathers I
?' F el,l again ? n ?ii -. bi d
earnest I ?? prepari
1 - - une, which will
be pla .- -l .1 en a ?? e< k from
atura regula who came
., well
it th?
t start t ? .
against
., p it on l?y the lecond t?
liar.i . Feff I ool ;,"'-.-,
have p ao well at
eld on th?
i i ool dgi and Weatherhead -.?ere ?>n
i | of th,- '-..-.i -, , .. ',, line.
Waatheihcad m heavy and valuable on
atme?-.
?
that Hur,i". , - i ya! ...
called nto 1
a best
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Wallace, .?i." of the
m tl" -in |
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... I B'gelOV, .
but B .'? io i? the
? ite ?' ii ' ?? ?. anil probablj
His all-round ef?i
? him from making h
place on the tea
I he icru ? ? and i,.- ;i loi
??
s to-d?
thej went . .
"ill hei...
,1 ?let. nee
.
: , gal a Bi iwn i the
tie done oi
Soldi?
work which ha-- a direct bearing
en the panic in the .nie Uuwl a week
from ?-Htunlay.
MINORS SUPPORT
ORGANIZED BALL
National Association in
Omaha Meeting Decides
to Stand Pat.
ONLY A FEW LEAGUES
FELL BY WAYSIDE
Players Drafted Shows
Maul for the (liants
?iiid Suporbas.
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me?-'
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I i ?' Prof? - - Ba
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beral ip at I
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termt promulgated. Out
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l?r.
American I? ague - and \ \
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$39,700; paid foi
ci America; \
B70: returned undei a
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: club
in the a
paid I? |
?cured
\ ? eric n i ?? agu?
B. B. Fohnson, preaid? nt
\ ? in Lea
f ter th <
of P rol
;: trances that it
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ganised
? e Am?
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g 1
si sit
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National Com ii?
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I ball ,.ii .,
The and /
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Rich
M'GRAW GATHERS
FLOCK OF RECRUITS
Lucll with the (liants in
Annual Raid Upon if*
(Minor Leagues,
Si i II AND dl ass
ADDED TO PITCHQB
Former Princeton Play? m
Try for iinrM h., .,. Job
Soperbas Far? Wo?
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NAVY MEN CHEER TEA?
Midshipmen S ; t:
age Eleven al Practice.
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por- in
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Reit/. (-UI Oriole Star
Killed bj Nu-or
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To Take Maranville
lor Better or vu
WeJ
fa.
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1 -, Per MONTH UPON PLEjXl
1* OF PERSONAL PROPER^
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW VO?
M\MI\.I\S
...r. 2Stll Stre.-l
Eldridge Street cor. Rivi |to Street '?'? ''?** ,?<?
th Ave. bet. 181 ?v ?*B
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