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SUNDAY, KOVOIBER .. 1917
PART II FOIH PAGES
Notre Dame Heats Army-Rutgcrs and
West Virginia in Tie Game
Hoosiers' Pony Backfield
Conquers Soldiers Brawn
Gipe and Brandy Partirular Stars in Football Battle Between
Notre Dame and Army?West Point Score8 Safety
Early in Game but Then Weakens
Bv Louis Lee Ai-ms
7 POINT. N. Y.. Nov. :>.? For ataaost three p*~riodfl the Army'-i
pjrpfalfl -? * hel i Notre I'ame's pony backfldd out cf dar.frerou*
-. eventually the daaeing dJerrishafli froa htdiaaa pot started
iftar Brandy ha Bi I ? ptflaj :. for-nard pass alonrr in the third
' ' inaj backfiold of the Hoc<=iers bepan a marrh
- ? 9": to th? Army'- '?yard line. Then the arUfltlfl bltw,
-. Int p'ny Ifl tho ?
'r.nifed We.-t IVnt's
? - ? . . .-??<-ar>- eijrht
-. ..rc B flf B h ir.tac-p
?- ?.'.>? held to thfl rir.a!
? aat result- 1
dek and a prearrn-it-??
rules. Gipe was un
uaalrj alon i gettiag thi hall away
- - h.m. and Kaiajflt, the Army's
IBtfld through the line
and k**ek*d '.he ball down. It ro'i.ed
back < I thfl goal line and bounced
gapiatl I red fence. making the
ik.: J'.. i *a;- r.v.r.g W**t Fo.nt tn
I looked as though the
I -oldiers m gnt amass
? itflfl of play a u-nd
i not over
J.--.erv:ng of ira
reaed before the
. - ''orward.-'. and for
limo.-t la th* ball a**
. with honor? approxi
fam, as r.d'.oeen previ
- these cSlumn;. la a
r-coached elevon and it
a lack of techr. quo in execu
- rmefl that the Arm/
ll proper:;- fn,'-r
Hoosier* Big Contrast
, - - ordored ?.TflBiiv* in
everp man wa.- to be fo?
t:a ordaiacd pUca. The weigh
Anr.v iine upset Harper s crf- l
the ear'.v ??.?*?*?-- of play. out th- ;~-n
? tflfl preeiaion of the CathoI:c **
taca. overcame the nar.d.cap of mere
psua-.tlage and at the er.d of the *>*??
the Knr.y was a duorgamzed. demoral
\i*& ur.it, a*Bilfl Harper's rr.en B* re
Th.- or. y Sash of formidab .'.t ?
the A---. -howed was in the :
perori affr Brar.dy had burt tl
fcr a tourr-dowr..
-r.?d tfl *he Army. ani
ball ta th? So
W-.h a ?fllifli of spint,-!
.- ar.d drives o*T taekle, in i
? ra* th* ii lua
marched to Notn Dani -
. - ? ?- unors h '14.
? w<--: 'n
- - - -n ar. Army
lown an ouUtanding poaiiauity.
But fc* 1* :?r a
: an. and with the ball BB Natl*
the Army elected
aa -rom piek tormo
- ^ *po:'ed iany chances it might
II 10- " OtAt
No l ?e for Kick
.: eartaiat* that ti.".
? ?- -? - ' ?' evt:r'
? aroald aflt
?cora ? B
m Dame simplv laid J*ck for the
.blfl forward pas*. nbbbed it be
r own goal line. ar.d thc-r. qatck
.j- kicked t.- ?*a -vrm: I t"T'
. i tried a . ne puritre.
aid : it had been successfu., the ba.l
flflald b?ve b*?eo :n h*r r,oa*>css^or. near
?W Dai goal. and M?re always
j that Oliphant
ajaU t ^gh for ? t*srhd**m
- _ ; earry frfl ba.l near
?? Dame'l .ne.
? a:-. cflrtBinly cho-e the ron
: hia attempte.1 coup
a forward pa-s from the
? -.o kirk for
? gain on aheer atraagu or
. ?",'--'e fro'TS tnf
? fourth :?
?aa Bflld flnalp by ar. prob
defea: urd-r equai tra:n
?-* coti-.t ?/.-.*.
l-aj-Bl r>rilled Team
A? :t wa- th*r* waa r.o daaM thflt
tt* Dame had th* B*flt dlillad -'*m
at lt imoor ' ?*?"
HCtaiB ?flVflflBaat of the Aray.-';")
A ?-? igt tkfl Arrr.y I
... lacnaiafal ??**??* "?"?*
... ^ M aad amo-ir.t
'-" "':k hmli
Oa ?-. atlaar hand. Notre Dame waa
lb'.* *-i gfl n at mportant m**B*Btfl,
MUb; *? ' g *f thfl fouri
-troi -*heu ihi aeeded e.ght yard
lar b ioMcrdow.. Brandy. preceded by
iit?rf*rence that cmmpied the Army *
*m ar.d MCMai linea of defenca. went
l?*r *a? > That waa an lnntanc*! of
?Votra; D*aw'a *Wlitp to make jra.ns
*lwr. ?.>.*?,? wa-r- l t*L
In -tacaltie* th* Armjr had an ad
-ar.taf-* af tarMtp-f** yarda. taking ...
'???. or boldiflg, a* a-rair.**.
.';arri* wa* awarded <,u
t> p* a Brafl !y w*r* th* piiricular
,tar? / - ??-.?-. wmle
r ne-tentha of tne
r tiie Army
Uniirer9ity of Michigan
Too Much for Kalamazoo
A-. ' A | !- HM. , Nov ^ The
?,' -ir l'niv*r*)ty ??f
? r< tl ?
*ai k sr.t d'awr,
? ? . -.,
* ' ' ?< >al *r.?r 'rf
bafPBfl* lr. >h* !a '. -a-ri'id ha, ahot
kjR**''' ' r a run of 00 yard*
Notre Dame, 7; Army, 2
N.it-- D?m? 0 0 0 7?,"
?my ararl-i' Sif"tv?Allhen | ?f Notr* D?-^f>.
Notr* 0?m" ?r-?ri*ij Tourirtow.?Bran "y fl**l
fram tatict-dawn?R-dair-ki. Pilw?L. H *?
'?-w v*>. U-*****?f. i D*-nelly Trl-lty.
Haud linetimr?Co<h *". Wltecrsl*. Tlitit ?f
grned??i: mlnutu tack.
Syracuse T eam
On Brown Eleven
PROViDENCE. Nov. .r?Syracus*
broke Brown's Winning streak here thi.->
afternoon, winmnir. by a score of 6 to 0
Th" home team wa? completely out
played ar.d outclussed. Syracuse madc
eighteen first downs, twelve in the flrst
half on straight hne plunging, while
Brown was not ub.c to make or,
do^rn on plur.pir.tr and had only thi ???
to its credit, all being the result of
f^rward passes. Two were from Gor
don to William? ar.d one was from Gor
don to Coulter. A.l three. howoror,
WflTfl for gains of moTe than twenty
yard*. The Syracuse iir.e was like n
stor.e wall, the Browri backs being nb
ly unable to gain through thfl lir.?
ar araaaad tha anflTa. Maay times ihe
back aror? thrawa for losse*.
Tha SyTaeufla b-ir-ks. Finfltonruld,
Brown, Meehan aad Banha, prorad tha
stror.ge?t aot of line plungt-r* and en 1
runn<_r^ that has come to Prcvider.ce in
a long t.me The back* gained through
thfl Browfl line and around thfl e-.ds al
moat at will.
A penaity of Iftoofl yartJa for hold
ing ahortly after the start of the game
eflarl Byraeuae a toochoViwa, for the vig
;tor3 had madfl three first dowis in a
row and had the bail on Biwara'fl SaV>
yard lir.e wher, after a 21-yard gain by
Brown on crisa-cros* play, Syracu-ii'
was pena'.ized for hoi<in;,\ an i ther
forced tfl pur.?
itly before the end of thfl perio-1,
however. Syracuse gained the bail after
an exchange of punta and marchei
from Ita OWB it-yard line to Brown'-.
7-ynrd liafl before the period endod
Then Finaterwald in three line bucks
carried tne p.gskin over for the only
score. Schwartzer mi.saed the punt-ou*.
Kr-viae '6i I'o-l p-n?r- n
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rii.n.???lrt .K. H. B . Brv.ka
M flgajaaa .. rii. Oar*
Puratlti.ta* -f*7T?ni*a> :. r ?;ur tor flJaMBalai
rj for B4r.f1*. fl>#al? tnr F7ar.n?rT Ii-imr.
? ? . ?-? ?i- ? a.r R-a? fo* WllUata '?'? iu
Im B-V*. H-.kV* '"T (r%,:im CoultaT :?, Huggll .
U .-. ? ' - I-..4. . Urr n,,T-.:.g r?ia?iT f..r
J 'm* Anaatranfl lo* Bronflg r?.??
>~cl*J r*r*ra*--J A. F.auui flfflj
la^i* I'miMlr*?F A Hurleigh. Ernt'r V.ttt:
? J lU.laha:.. Bo*lc*-.. Tlnie nt pu
I tflaan m-.i.ii-^*. ?
Minnesota Is Out
Of "Big Ten" Race
HADISON, Wis.. Nov. 3.?Minnesota
wa* allailaatad from the "Big Ten"
football champior.ship race to-day when
Wiacons.n scored a 10 to 7 victory in
the b,gg^ut upaet of the season. It
was wtoeoai i't flral ti^.umph la ???
yr-ara oarOT ita trailit'.or.al fflO.
ItioB of forward paeses
enabied Wiacoasia to score the l (
ory Drer BaiaapaOB, iiuarterback.
barlod ? a paa?a, ard tr--i af
tl aflfl rwttfld raii ? ' -' IM yafflTa
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Baaa galr u? ?*--? ?tn-?? *??* ? T "??;???"
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McNamara Injured in Fall
Idi/TON, Nov :i "K'-rgie" Mc
Nnmara, of N?warK. N. J . ?ho wa* to
iiave competed :n a b.eycle spnnt
rharopioianip raeai here to-mrht and
v*a* ?'?? '>f tr' '-ntranta for the i<ix
<!ay !*??? next week. fall from hia wheel
arbilfl ,?'y"1aT ('ut ?"" Ar-'? tr??* to-day
r,d wa* lariowaly hurt At ti.e City
:? pital it w?* .ad that he had a
'rar'^'d "1<u"- M fr?"'"'''<l J'iW "nd
, ;t,T lahfll ? _
Sharman and Dell tn Artillery
CINCIlfNATI. x-'"v I aUlf* ?har
,u?r *ho wa* to have played with the
Philadelphia Amerlean* ne,? ye.r and
Johr r^fl, fomarlf U big league pl.yer.
?nl.?U4 h?-r? today ln tha artillery
T'r,*y will leave for a train,nf camp :>n
The Days of Real Sport - - - - - ? B'BRJGGS
Penn Team Beats
Laf ayette by 27 to 0
In Poor Contest
PH7LADELPHIA, Nov. 3.?Pennsyl
vanaB to-day defeated Lafayitte at
football. 27 to B, the Red and Blue
ftUfUT* doing their best work and
acoring in the ?econd period. In tha
ttrflt period Pennsylvar.i. begnn fum
bling almost with the k:ck-off, and
eoniiflfl*d dfliing th? whole ront-st,
with thfl excppt.on of the *econd quar
Lafav ?'? "rai unable to get go-.r.g a?
aay tirr.e, ar.d gained cnly two f.r-r
cowns dflriflg the gume. The feature
cf the -rame wa, a t';fty-*i'.-e-yard run
bv B*rrp for a touchdown after catch
ing a punt.
ItT) rraaltl.-n La/aretta .'?'
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r'AMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 3?Al?
though able to stave off defeat thia
afternoon, the Harvard Varsity eleven
wa* unable to come out a winner
against the Fort McKinley Heavy Ar?
tillery playera, from Portiar.a. Me. Th.
taaaia battled to a 0-to-0 ti* crore, just
a- Harvard and Camp Deven* d.d a
w-ek ago. m
The Cnm.aon, with a good attack a?
midf.eld. was unable to do much ground
gaining when well in its opponent's ter?
ritory, but there were chances enough
to ?eor*. a* Horween missed on* try for
a drop kick goal inside the 40-yard line
and HflaTfliaa twice lifl?d Ifl thfl sec?
Maine'* one chance to get any point*
came at the beginning of tho game.
when a strries of fine n*-ia?!es carried
the ball clone t* Harvard'* 18-yard iin?,
but. ha r- Murphy. with a elear shot,
wa* ur.able to send the ba'.! between
the uprignt.* by the drop-kick route.
Har.ard at the beginning looked a
lot BBBttar than at ar.y time last week.
Horween maK.uig nome good gnms ar.d
Croweap <howing a lot of *peed in the
< rimaee'i open play. It wa* the old
-.tor, of not having ?nv pur.ching power
when the opposing defence closed m.
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t- iVB'i "*r ?' ?ff n?n ? aa
PUn G.*m? for Maurmaj*
AMBR1DGK. BBflflV, JM* - ??-Ar
rar.geme.-it. are under way flff Jig
vlrw of m.trhing the l*t Naval Di.tnct
J^r. wh:ch rfef*.te,l rarnp Dever.i
to day arith the Ph.l-delph,. Marine
K,,f ??'^ ?-<???" Mahan Harvard a
lBlTcBBiBi* !? ? ******* I- ?*? iTa^''
?MJli5Sf li aill ha ta lh* ii.n-.r-i
.smdium on Thankag.ving morr.irg.
Kingaley D?f eati Slone
Ktflflfldap Scl-oo' *w.rn*>e,l the? Stone
th?ir annual game at *^J^J!J"
V*-t.Tduy I'.hein hC<ired three touch^
jlown*. tfraha. ?a, .nd (Jmden.n aad
i,uvi.ii?- aMm aaau-h.
Fumbles by Columbia
Give Amher.st Victory
Blue and White Eleven
Downed. 14 to 6, in
Poorly Played Game
By Charles A. Taylor
The alert Amher*' football team de
feated the Blue Bfl flTI tfl eleven of
Colaraabia yflfltorday afternoon by a
score o: 11 tfl flt Tn- flOBtOflt waa tiie
BtBt held between the two ir.stitutions
since 1905. ar.d thia fact w?< chiefiv
responaible for the large attendancfl
0:1 the p^rt of the local alumni of the
Massuchuaetta College. In truth, the
Amherst contingent in the atands wa?
aimogt as 1-rge *? that f urr.ished by
Columbia, which, of course, doe- no:
ref.ect much credit on thr Moroiafl side
[t waa a game rrnrred hy frequent
fumbling <n the part of both .teams
and ? gjperabundar.ee of pt:r*.ng.
Columbia outfumbled t.hc rlflitiaff ag
gregation arul waa outpunted by Am
herflt's captain, Mr. Roderhorn. The
Btrocioui fumbling of the ColumbiB
men, combir.ed with the constant \igil
of Pbillipa, the Amherst right half
back, who recovered two o: theae mis
cuea acd turned them into touchdowna.
decided the outeome of the battle.
In the first period Houlahan the
Columbia Ieft halfback, lat the bail
Ahp out o( hi* hands op the Blue and
White H yard line, and the vigilant
Phillips grabbnd the oval and raced
aome thirty yards for the Irfll touch
down of the game. Bliss kicked the
goal. . ..
Srored on 68-Yard Kun
In the tlnal period. when rt Ifl?iflfl1 a*
though ( fllaaabia araa ?'? ? :":r ?JJ :o
turn tho tide of Mctory ia its direc
tior,. the omnipre.en' I"7in:.P' reeov
tr??J a fumble of Shaw's on the Arn
bant 32-yard line, aael by a fine burst
of apeed ran lixty-alfht yarrts f?r tne
v . -er*' second touchdowr.. With only
two minutes Ieft to play. this last con
tribatiaa of Phillips took all the -. paj
out of the Blue BBd White.
Th? oniv scor.r.g done by Lo jmb.a
aai m thfl third flflnrtod, "J **'
drntally it wa* Ifl ths Bflafll?? ?*?.? ?
home team got itfl flrai down flf tha
game. due to a 13-yard run by Houla
han around the end. The period opened
flTitfl Perry kickmg off to Hoaly,
who brougr.t the bail back tfl C?lOIB
bla'g M-yard IIba. Caaapary made ?
yard at end. and then Houlahan aroused
the BflfM of the Blue and White root
em by hifl aaah tor Aftaaa jaaia.
Bhaw followed with a gain of etght
Ta'rda al tacU u ami than j facward
oaa* of IW?tyaWflOa yard*. from ( an
apary to F.o*en. the be?t ot th*- game.
Kafht th? b.il to aamhorart so-yard
line A fumble by CaaMary oa the
next pi.v >flfld fld .t .11 for t^ltnahla.
a* the bail '?? as r'-coverel by O! ,on. fll
TH., Calaaahia aaoa wara ? ght.r.g
hurd. ar.d three attflflflBtfl to ra.r.
through-.;..- ra traatraUi,aa
Hoderhom ptintfld to Hoalahaa amCa.
lnmbia'H M-yaH Uaa. -^"^"j
geven rard*. ?rd afu"r r*? toraard
pasea had failed Houlahan r-ur.ted out
aide to Amherat'a i.'2-yard liBO.
Amherst tne.i three pl?ya. including a
t'ak* kiek and Boderhorn again brougnt
hi* toe i"to play arith a punt to < olum
bia'fl 40-yard line. from where Houla^
haV??ffM rl to Amherst', d-.yard
Houlabaa Makea Advance
Houlahan made a fjafl advar.ee of
tflfi Iflfl yards around end. and I anapary
cathere.i two more throurh tha An
herat line. Shaw made ? yard through
the eame apot. Here CatamhU ?ra.
Deaalittd flfteen yard* for huldtag.but
. lorwarrf pa... from Canapary to
Ro*W brought the bail tn the Amherat
??Oyar'd line The na i* wa* r.ot ccm
jjiatavU. Wui th*. ral-iani rulaJ tkat tiaa.
receiv, r had be*n interfer-d with by
ar. Knh tts t plaper.
P.u-he< M Houlahan. Bhaw and
?"ochran carried the ball to thfl Aaaborflt
1-yar.i lir.e. frcm where Beaea dived
thnrieh Bflfltra for the touchdown.
(ochran mi-*ed a comparatively easy
goal whic-. would have tied the score.
when th,- Bflil f.ruek the uprighta a.nd
bour.n d 'o Ml - Ld*.
i . unbia bad Itl ba-**. char.ee to gs;i
a victorv .n the ?ar!y pirt uf the fourth
. . , . ?;? broke thi
thi tmbi ? forarirda for a 19-pard
raB< -.,, f-imble on the Aaiheiat
. i .' Bfl, I'-rry getting the oall for
The a9arliflg work or floderhom. cap?
tain of th* visitmg elever., wa.s the
feature of the game. Hia punting wai
as a ruie of the most approvad sort Ifl
the wav of distance and height. Boder
horn ai?o was a e*B*ist*flt line. p'.unger,
and **l mvanably called upon when a
three or f*flf yard aivance was Madfld.
Hi. w^rk o-i thfl defence could not have
For CalflflaVbifl the line stood out most
prflflliaeBtl] Heuly. K:r.de'.berger and
Galvin forming a strong tr:o in ehfleb
?ng the Amherst back*. Tne Blue and
White bflfflflflld waa bnlliant and had
ir. ipfltfl, but mostly bad. Houlahan
did some ftflfl wori* m running back
hleka and carrying the ball, bu: the
fumbles he and Canapary revelled ifl
robbed Coiuma.a of a'.l chanca for a
A feature which appealed to the spec
tators was the magnificent slnging of
thfl Amherst cohorti between thfl
Kaives. In ainging. a* well aa footbali
playing, the Bay State boys outclassed
aaflaaaillAJ Pajaafljaa, OaBaflaaiai
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prta-aKaa i B-ar-a-aV M Ka-ri.* Uar.uiw
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pabtfiall Ia**"** ?*?MB -*?
St. PauTs Resorts to
'Old Army Game'
Bi I'.'i.'.'-i School resorted "o the "old
army game" ;n smothering -he Colum
bia freshmen football e'.e*-en :n their
annual eor.tr**, played at Garden City,
L. I.. rastartaf The a<-or-> wa* 29 to 0.
The viflfl*!* r.pped the 'resnmen de?
fence apart with eaae, while Bigelow
and Strong cireled the endi con*ister.t
|f for rur.a of twenty and 'hirty yards.
Each scored thr-re touchdown*.
The Columbia boy*' effott* to gam
iftninat the SL Paul'* Uflfl wa* futile.
arirt they made oniy one "^rst down.
Littlfl sucee-s wa? 'ih'a.'i-d thr*Bfl*b
? :..,,. ef the forward p?--*. with Co
i.rrt. a -cmrle'ing only ore
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Swimming Meet at C. C. N. Y.
Tha interclaaa swimmirg m*,'? of th
year at Citp ''uUe-ra- wil! he b*ld tfl I I
local natator.um Thur-day aftflraooa.
Evaj-y Bi-uat.e event arill be eotrU
Low?r cl?** men who won poir.t* ir. tne
reeer.t a.inual freshman *ophomorc
? wimminc meet are r*port;r.fc* r*a*ular%
for pract.ce on fh? var.aity *<juad, to
arat in trvrtt tat Ua matcb.
From Penn State
In Last Minutes
HANOVEB, K. H., Nov. :i. Dart
BBflflrth made a victory out of what
looked like a drawr. battle here to-day
when Penn State went down to defeat
in the laat two minutes of play by the
score of 10 to 7 Phillips waa respon
aible for thfl Greer. victory. as he k.cKed
a goal from placemtr.r from the 27>
II i;-ie after being subsMtuted in the
fu'.lback poaition ju-^t before t'ne game
Th>- contest was hard fought from
the first minute. Dartmo'ith sconsd in
the opening period when, after a seriea
of line plaagflfl ar.d penaltieg, S. lf.
Holbrook went over for a touchdown.
C. F. Holbrook kicked the goal.
I: waa r.ot until the end of the sec
rr.d BOrifld 'r..i'. Peraa State evened th^e
score after Way had mado runs of ?'!?",
23 and 10 yards around end, brir.ging
thfl bail to the 3-yard line. Two at
?i at 1 in? plunge.a failed. but. on
third try, Way went over for a
The work of Healy and Bevan. thfl
Dartnooth tackles. and of Shcpherd flt
, v.n- the surpr.a,- of the after
? aaa, aa thoaa men brohfl through th?
Penn State lia? and made mar.y tackl**
cf the visitmg backi for losses.
B, W Holbrook ar.d Capta.n McDon
cugh. flf DaitflBOtJth, also played con
BtfltflBt ground-gaining gamea, but the
brillianry d;--played by Way. the Penr.
Stata quartaraaflh, waa the faataia of
the afurnoon. He made aeveral tpflC*
tacular runs. and waa the moinstay of
hig team when it came to ground gain
ri*rtm-*-:h 101 r-?ltloc. IflflB But* (71.
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p ,.??!?.? I'. ilUflg r.rwiltin* tje larfiiear.,. Iv ga
? 4i<" - narliifl Fov ?'. ?? -^?* Qoal *? jan Matfl.
; wn?Oaaaaar. r-raj,if??Ca>l Ma.-ir.all. Uirtari
li-f?r?a Trm TV-m*. i o .mr,l? H**/1 llnmman
i am.-l., r.."-? T'.ai; uf yrrlud*?ID ?-'"! .2 BUJ.
Attempt to Revive Racing
CHICAGO, Nov. 8.?An attempt to
revive horae racing in Chicago to-day
by giving ? card of aix eventg with a
free ga'?- rflflfldtod in the po'.ic-i arreat
mg Laaifl Pfltoea. aaeratflry of the ra
cer.tly orgamzeii I.'r.ited Jockey Ll.ib.
Sanford Team Escapes
Defeat by Only Two Yards
New Brunswick Undergraduates Regard Showing by Rutgere
Equivalent to Victory?Rodgers S'ars for Southerners?
Robeson Stopped by Opponent in All but Final Period
N'EW BRUNSWICK, N*. J.. Waw. 3.?The Uf R itirers football ma?
chine, which George Fo?ter Sanford had been ttining Bf for more than a
week ir preparation for its big event if the season. more than came up U>
fljpfltUtiuflM here this afternoon by l.olding West Virgtnla Univers ty to
li 7 to 7 tie.
Rutgert, 7; West Va., 7
t g*BfllBfl* ? Kr Ir-, Biiline. G*ai< ? B*H*r
lb I . ? i-a- Bar Q.nirr * flgflP
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eiia Baflhaifl ck Unplr*?Carl Wllll?*n. Haarf
ii*.man?0. A. (irs**.
By Big Marg n
ITHACA, N. Y.. Nov. 3 ?Cornell un
covered not only ar. uretpect-'d aerial
attaflk against Carnegie Tech on
Schoellkopt Field this afternoon, but
-howed a new *tar backf.eld runner in
I ross, a third stnng man up to to-day.
The score wa. M to 0 in favor of
Nethereott, who played quarterback
deapitt- a bad leg, made the aer.sational
run of the daj when he ^ur.t fn.-ii <'. r
? ? ll"a lo-yard i;n? for a toaehaowi on
the r'r-t play foll iwir.g the kieh-otf to
-.,-. th? wcond balf. Tartea .n the
Biat ojaartor CanMfifl bold tor dflania
i 6-yard i nd il ?ba nf?t u-it;l
? -ond period that from Carflatg > '
. , ! Iir.e HoufflaflJUl dnpped hack
Uld flOOtfld a B?ld goal fcr thfl '
A fflw naiBUtaa latar Sflthoreott broke
Bflray lo Carr.. gie's 117-yard line. L'ross
bflfl ran 17 yarda and Hoffmann, on a
.'orwnr.i psss to Colv.n advanced the
bail to Carnegie's 9-yard line, only to
lasfl it for thfl third tia*o bb downs.
Nethercott'a great 70-yard r'in i ?
; balf, arhafl ne eirclad w .11
itaida af Lyna r..i limn and
? | thfl goal line, -A.ri < alvifl and
? - .-??'? ' '
? : tha tieh-olf Croaa went to
Carnegie'i 28>yard lina arouad right
t-r.d BBd, after being hold tariea, ilutf
inann dn.pf.ed back far B Ifll 1 goal.
rnakn/ the ?coru 1.1 to 0.
Agair. it was ( ro ia wl.o ntarted
thin<a goir.g fur the r.e.xt *core when
Bl 11 rarda on an ead rai . i ?'
before the last quartcr started. A
double pass, HorTmann to Lros*. took
the hall 1" yarda f'-i-rher, and three
BBtaflB ?<. -?r laft taflhlfl took it to the 5
yard 1 iflfl, where HofTmann's work w?nt
for r Ulfl/Bt i "'? thfl hall changed hur.d*
on downs. Nflthorcott m.-.de a fair
catch on Larr.egi^'.s :ii-yard line. and
i ross . . twa ran a covered the distancr
:?> the ajaari for the last touchdo'vn.
Catajafl I Pa* I a. <*r-f.r BBd
Co 'I" L 1. B ?* "
Wkarkaashl r.. T . Mcr*at?n
Btraaa* i. 0. '?"?>
la-nlfier .'' . CraUlar
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Tou'-'-JoaTO*-?RgflBBnaaa, Caaai OatJa '- ?
wru* Pandl?t?i l) OoBla '
:? Tmar. (3). Ilefar**?V A. BatMra***, Bnam.
' -ir' r? - J Oisaiuti. LaBtJb TJ -arr.4. ?I ?
: . . A -uaiarlb autn-'.-.ij-.-. ' ?? * ' - :i? '?'
Buntlncua rr hi..... Btraaa* far Hn
i gton. Ktf/wbrlaga **? fliaBur aWanaaa IW liar
HjtI* for Elannbraiid:. w .?t*>rman trr
* hin J' A B T-iw>r:Jg? '.>r Wlpt>?-ii?ii eol'*
* -jnt fcr Harrt*. Th *n*a fo* %'<?'?".?'?? 'aaa
ra* faa n.?rj. r?n,-ra Ta S**a?*r ro? CiM
I axaudar far Y.t. , I ? ? ' ? -..Jama
I ? rtma nf Bgrlaag II w?
Latc Touchdown Wins
For North western, 12 to 6
LAFAYETTE. laat, Nov. -.- ?pa*
modic railics and a'.most denperate
playing by the Purdue football team
failed to gain a lead or overcome that
which Northwestern obtained in the
f.h-.rd period here to-day. Aprarently
evenly matched through the first and
second penoda, at tn? end of arhich
the score was 6 to 6. Northwestern
made a touchdown In the th-.rd, g-v.r. r
it a lead flf aix.
Purduo made a number of spectacu
lar gaina .n the fourth, bu; never waa
able to seni a man across the Um
The count waa 12 to <5.
Results of Big College Games
Notr* D-ua*. 1
- rar-iava . ?
OrnaJI . 20
Dartmaeth . "0
Ratarr-a - j
r-nr-arla-ania . ... 2T
Amh?rat - 1*
I am, M**<l* .... 9
Hu.k-*ll . '0
Uhiih . 47
Harr. Informal* 0
S-innftind . 21
H?> .rfoH -
Nra-aort N. ?
B..ii..n N. Y
Uarr .!"...- .
l.?t ia.'.urf . a
Hul? I'roaB ....
Penn 9Mfll ....
l'. ?<. MmnM
1',-lar.J BJ. B.
1 -ainu- .
Kranklin fl M
MaiM H. A....
aV*rre*'*r A ad
Ha >art .
31. l-?r?iw? .
St. John'a . .
W *rt*a?atrr T?a*h
. riarida DflBBK
t alorad.i <?ll*fr*
Indlana .. . A.
"?V oava-t-r .
( *mp -iher-nan
Ofll* I ri?.
V- ctrrn %'jttr M
Utsk ... 25
Kan a.a Lniv- 19
iiklavhr.-na . '?
l.reat I -ak.-? N.fl. 23
Waaah. Stat.. Ifl
Hcidrlborf . 0
M-urt OB*** ... o
Clannnati . 0
Raxhoitar . 0
Kalamax-aa . 0
lhr.-[) . 0
< imy faWtai
BaMwfli fl .llaea
Hatv-i . o
Ottaat-b**-* . 0
V. I'rlwi Ba*a*-T-?-?. 0
tO ??'.-?'.?' ?tau a
40 :..-?.-? . a
99 John* H-rpkin*. .. 7
Sl Marr . 0
North Caroliaa "0
Wtsi Va. H?alr 99
?a*M*fl*aaa* ? ?
I . 1 i- n "2
D?la-aar-> - - "- t.allii.d-t .
Gamriis Taxh 9J '. aa*9*flflfll -
Alahacaa . Z ?.?-anaa* .
Auha.-i . 68 Horada .
D* WKt vUnUn 0 Stayra-naBl -
St. Psul-a . ?? Caala-atvW fraah
kuiB'l- 1'ra-p 3 IlaaallUa laat.
kiaiaU- .???a ** *?*?? .
i To the veteran coach Bflfll 'he under.
graduatea thia was equiva!' nt to a flt?*
tory. lecause it was more than had
been con-u'rvatively ? \p<- fltad Weat
Virgiaia wa the stro'ge*: teara to in
vsJm Kaa BriBBsarich thia yaaafl
Vet. in the finai anulyaia. enlv a
small matter of two yarda ser>ar.'-'l
Rutgera from a defeat. Wflflt Vifgrai?
mce pui-hed its forflflfl to flrithifl
dutance of the Rutger* goal, am! wth
a down to make ?imej certair. to turn
the fiank of the defender* and score a
touchdown. Bat Sanford'a me.n braced
for the dflfflSflfl Ba ther la.it line of
trenchea. and by putting everything
they had into the f^ce of the attack
held the invader* dead in their track*
and took the ba i from them.
As it turned out afterward. thi* wag
the turning point of the game for Rut
gerfl, for Weat Virginia later tied tha
gcore, beat down the defence of tha
Rutgera eleven with a vanety of open
playg and never agair gave Rutgera a
chancc to cross their line.
Rutgera lelrbrated Early
The undergraduatea took time bf the
forelock and did their eelebrating eariy.
They did it between the lirst aad Mfl>
;md ha.vc-a. when t^ie J?r-ey b< ya wera
atill in the lead. They did tne anake
dance and went through ther reper
tory of aor.gs and yel.g.
It wag qu te a remarkable feature of
the irame that. deapito tho hard fight?
ing, thore were no caaual'.ie* Ma ona
wa* it.jured and only t?o suba'ltutiona
Wi-st Virginia had apparen'.lv leard
a good deal about Roba->oi.. thfl ' >wer
11.g darky end of BaVflforflTfl '-am, and
alaaafl 1 I? itop him And thef
I for throfl porioda, fo* ???
th? laat 'j'Jai"''1". whr-n Kjfg>-rB
began a last deaperute attempt lo ra?
up their score, did thfl g-ai I blaeh
come prommently :r.-o the 'iffenaiva
- And then hia effectiver.egg wag
He did execute two forward paa-eg
for big gain.i. but thfl . who
had been laying for him ail day, aoon
cut him out and blockeii h.m. A tl rd
attempt at the pas.i failed grid Bfl .
went back to l.ne plungeg until tha
Kor West Virginia, Rodger. played
nearly the entir- gaflM Ba rurried
tr.e bail "n e.-ry big ga BflTflflfl
? . and
itarted tha forward paa i li ? car?
ried the hall over for the toichdown
ar. 1 Bichfld the goal wh.ch tied tha
score Ifl the th ri pflffi )d. Nor could
Rutgers smgie him out. and atflf him,
aa West V:rgir..a itflflflald thfl huga
Rutgers Broke Through l.lna
The New BrflUaBwieb ''im exoflllaal on
Bflfl w*-' Vir
?riaifl outhiel and held a big
?s^ on ground gained by the for
grard i ?
f the kirk-ofT at the opening
Bntgfln triad flfl* forward pa*s for a
-mail gaifl ??d *?? raflflrtad ta lina
O/tflt Virgifl a bald them for
: v ? ., a"d Bodfljl ?'? ? ? r*ed
?o Rutgers' 10-yard I
From bora tha Saaford maehna
irtfld i -? ' *' '" V'w***
and end WBa which carried them
..--.-. dOWH th' ? .?' ba".ere,l
rx-si.-ig liBfl for gain after gain
?r.ey came withir. four yardn -?f
?he goal, whjra Bfllloy ?rflfl aent over for
ebdowa. Rik-r k iflfld tha goal
It was in thfl BflCflfl i period that va *a%
... u acorlaa a touch
lawfl that vTOflJd have won for them.
After ar. exchange of punta Rutg?"fl
got the ba I on h-r BQ.yard Ime.
A kic'k was blocked. ar.d Weat Virginia
, ;>r .1-,,. ~oa! i.r.e with two for
ward pa-aes that BTOUght them w-.'.hii
?wo yards o: the Rt;-.;*ra 'r- Rodgera
trifld to make the final dash, but tha
burly Bflheaat. laachflaJ "v,,r ?"'?
drepped bin ' B a * ? incl.ea of th*
i taal thfl bail.
Tied .Score in Third
In the third period West Virg.ria
showed to advantage on open p.a; A..
?er blocking a k.cx ,.ear midi.eid they
took the hall by a saccesaion of pasaea,
from Rodgera to Mills, to tha 16-yard
' ne From there Rodgera akirted tha
ku'.ger- Bank for fifteen yarda and ou
the next attempt went over for a touea
dowa. He fo lowad with a goal and tha
? r.orr- waa ttflflt _ ,
Jr. the fiaal period Rutgera mada ita
-. || att ni p4 Bl the open game and
n came intfl offensive play for
T.tk.ng the bail at mid
field. Whitehill rr.sde a?pass tfl the b g
negro tor a tw-fy-etght yard g>.:-- ard
? aefll BlflJ wltfl one
fnr twenty varda. But a third attemp*.
was a failure and Robeaon waa well
covered. . ?
Thev got within twenty yarda of ti-a
West Virginia goal. when thar loflt tha
baT. cn a fumbl*. After that Weat \ :r.
g-.r. a carried the bflll into Rutgera
terntor/ and kept it there until tlrn*
Rodgerfl. who had played a great
game from the beginnmg, wag t.nng
ard hia. ?:*T-ir-.-( agaiaat t'-e Ru'g*-> .jna
B ? ? im* raeorted *o kicking
., : vere n'.ay.ng near midfie J when ti a
Bowdoin Eleven Win?
BRrNSWlf'K. Me, Nor. 8. T'..a
- flg games of the Maine rhtereol
'egiate foo.ball senea playea to-day
give Bowdoin the eha-npionahia
through percentage of game* won, a.
. h the team lost to the '.'r.-veraity
, ne n tne day'? content here
The Bates and Colhy team game b!
Lewiaton reaulted in ?
Dartmouth Runnera Loae
HANOVER. N. H. Nov. I Mafla
i-huaetf* Infltitut- of T.-rhr.ology ?
uur.'.-> team to-dav defeated
Dartmouth by a aeora of 31 to 24
Herxog, of the viaitorg, flnighed flrat
ir. the faat time of 30 rainute* 18 aee
,.nd*. Ger'liH and Argry, of JD?rt"
mouth. flnighed aaeond and third. ra