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lQEB TIOEEia OUT I I IOWNlO OWN to 0 BUSINESS BUSINESSMeanwhile IVSINESB IVSINESBMcanwhle IIVSINEBSMeanwhile
Meanwhile Mcanwhle the Tigers Tigerr Tlgerwero were getting gctlng rl rldown rlghl rlghldown nI nIdown
down to business bWlhO Kafer the left hi hiboclcma hiI
I boclcma bk buck vhurjkjr VhlllkY man mln with wlhrd red hairI hair w whurleaat
I hurleaat hlleiiC big lg Klrinoy Yales left tack taokthree takle takleI tackI
I I three thr separata leprl time tm getting get Ing alx lb yai yaithe yalI lrdl lrdlth
I the th flint flst time lme flvo fvothp tho wrcond cnd and one onebird t tbird tlu tlubird
bird Wi Vlh II tin left uud Ilt of Yales Yalel II IIcompletely In Ini IicomplttoiyboxedXafcr
i complttoiyboxedXafcr completely compl elyboxedKner boxed Kafor next nxt shot ilio arou aroufor srouI arount arountror
I for a sensational lonstlonl down dWh of twentytwo yan yanBut yaniRut
But Bt for a great gnataclluof tackUrof Mitchell Mitchel the Tif Tifwould Tlgcl Tlgclwould 1I 1II
I I would have hve had h d a clean canfeld field for Ior a a tour tourdown tourh tourhdown jourdown
down A4 wfwat It I a9 ho landed laldod the tlo ball 01 on 01 Yal Yale
28 yard YlrJlit yardibrn JUW anillhu alUhe blue bu flag Igs voro wor hangl hangllimp hngll hangiI
I limp lmp OH al dish dl h rags ragriKeep ragr ragsI
I Keep Kep It up shrieked shieke Prlncetc PrlncetcStop Prncton PrnctonStop PnlncetcI
I Stop em roarwl rOn Yale Yale and the Mi MiHavoif NiI e eHavo
I Havo llavoapa Havoif j > ayerj y pr r hogan to depalr Th Thhad They Theyh Thhad
had h beebyifaKcn ln lJ ent Jl tlke ei jinawarpw unawarr by b thu swlftne swlftneor jwlftnI
I or PrlrleclonV Pn1xoTtWattaek1jut o Iahlk attack Imt ut now they we wegetting wer wertng wegeiting
ot getting pr tng a a line lne on 01 things thllg and whon the b bhad ball ballln iiI
I had ln been ben advanced ahiuICf to tlio Blues Bluel Blue 2ya 2yaline 2 25yaI yard yardlne
I line Yale Yal got It on four dowrm dowrmIn IOWTIMIn OWH OWHIn
lne
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In if a Jiffy jlly the Yale 1 le crowd leaped lep up wl wlblue with withble
1 blue Hllk HI aloft aiid ale blue violets violellverwhere violellverwhereFrm overywhei overywheiFrom uverywiteti
i Frm From nearly learly 20obo 2U 20000 Yale Yile throats came cme t tthrilling the thetlling ti
i thrilling tlling notort of the Boola Uool nong ong while whilebrass whie whilebrasa a abray
brass band bnd stationed Btalone1 in Yale Yaloa > stand Itand bro brolooee broke brokeloe broI
I looee loe with miwia mLlo that Wcould hat could not be b dl dltlngulshed dil diltugulsho dlthgulRl1d
tlngulshed tugulsho be buo < auiio of the hu vocal din Ya Yaroared Yae Yaeroe Yeroed
roared roe In n corcert corcertWherq lert lertI
Wherq Wtih wilt hrt 1 Vff w arc I well wl herr we w are areJust ar arer
r Just Jut wMrli us I rolling rnlilf up If the tie wore woreY rt rtWfIltc
1 WfIltc Y rjt Mlai leave Pr 1111 Irlnciton < < 11 tiMaJ do o far tarStH farr
r 1 Slici wont worl play pin ut u any an more mureTheftis moreer moretere
I Theftis tere er Rockttvll Rokw Rockw U IU Ineu ltogeu > g < ui Bullcrty BullcrtyWe Hllcr tfullcrtyWe
We e Ilncu a I victory victoryMitchell clardryMitchl I t n nfehtl
Mitchell fehtl Hot Qt Ip p u utlltaular cjKKitflculnr punt Jui Juithen jUt jUtthen juthen
then end the oval 011 spun high over OYr the ho hem hemof heudoC hetuof
of the struggling strUFKlng jilaycrx Ilaft Vetterleln Yftlrltln Ui U UJanky the thet
i t lanky Princeton 1lncl01 quarter qUlrtlr back stood Iloo Iran Iranfixed trnl IranI
I fixed to catch catchl It Ul UI finger fnge were covert covertwith coverfd coverfdwith cOvertV
V i with f butter buter and tim thf ball hnl rolled on the thl tur turKafferty turf turfHalCerty turI
I Kafferty was wn after It full fiI tilt ti and when hen r rfell he herel I
3 fell rel on it I on VrlncrtonH lrncptonl 46yard 45ar line lne thei theiwiu thetwas
was I another Yale Y I Ie outburst outburstTALES out outburstTALES hurlt hurlt7Es
TALES FIERCE ATTACK OAINS A TOCCHDOW1 TOCCHDOW1Get TOUCIWOWNOet TOLTCIWOWJUett
Get Uett at em Ynlo Ylio men IC was the ehrl ehrlcry shricry
cry that a rolled roll enl d over er the biitllefleld blt letfld froi froithe from fromthe frolL1
L1 the cr Blue Due hosts hOltH Shevlln She ln the hoavywelgh hoavywelghwho hUlvrwel ht htho
who ho can run tin fa t ns u tu a treyhoum treyhoumplunged reholnd reholndI reyhoinplunged
I plunged head first trlt into the ttl middle of th thPrinretondetefleoHndgpt the thePicfton
1 PrinretondetefleoHndgpt Picfton PnincetondfeEeandgotttnynrds ft11Rnd g t ten tenynrd yards Thei Theiwa There ThereWI
1 wa WI wae holding holdl In the line In however and Yal Yalwag Yale Yalewa YalI
I wag wa penalized peIJh I twenty 1 went yards ars by Umplr UmplrMinds UrnplrMthd
Minds TTujijmcixL tho th ball bal In the centt centtof centrof
Mids
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of the field feld where Mitchell ltd11 punted out 011 c cbound of ofbounc cbouncjs
bound bouncjs tit f iI Princeton Plnc onIIAd J8y 8yRrcI rd line lne DeWII DeWIIpromptly DtWft DtWftprqmpty 1cWttpr
promptly bounc prqmpty pr mptlyreturnd iturnfd returned the thecompliroent compliment complmlnt Mltche MltcheJor Mitchen ltchel
n catchtngaruj unnlng out at Yales Mard Mardle 50yar 50yarHze Jor Jorline
catchU an rnnlng
line le J t tYale
leYah HzeYals
Yale Yals sntfadk R atthI ati le was va al renewed with fierce fiercetleee fierciiees terce terceee
iiees ee after ater thnt Mftoalf beginning It wit witthree with withIhT wltlthreerda
three IhT threerda yarda ard through Reed RIEd Hogan wn wnpulled WCIS WCISpulei wapulledt
pulled pulei bftcJT baa df the line ln and fnd dragged draprf b bjtafTerty by byJtlert bAbefferty
jtafTerty Jtlert He H went ent through thju h a hole betwee betweeCooney btwen btwenCoon betweeiCooner
Cooney Coon and d pillon Qlon ilton fotvlweuty fot for t twenty yards Ylrds H Hwould He HeI Hvouid
I would ould hiiTo hlTo Rono ono further furth r had hld not ot Kafer bee beeIn been beenIn bceiin
In thewtty thlWIJ for Jr r a l hot ot tackle around ar1nd the legs legiHogtvti legl legsHogiAt
Hogtvti Hogan ogin Hogan the Yale crow crowyelled orod orodel1 orowiyelled
yelled el1 MHOgltl and lIogln Hogan a giant In height pile pileIn pled pledn ptleiin
In n ag in < hl rii getting gtthag gant fve live yards yar mor morand lore lorean inoranti
and an placing pl dng the oval on on Princetons t tyard 1 i iard
yard ard line Up Metcalf lctrl made mae a yaid Iud and the theHogan then thenoln theiogan
a
Hogan ogan with a cut over ver his left ear wa waculled waI
I culled cll oln upon once onc more He was WI wa equal equl eua t teinafBenpj tthe tI
I the einafBenpj for he heL plunged lungeLugb lungeLugbDeWlft throug tIroug1DcVRt
DcWItt elnrgBQor as a If the latter lter had ad been bn a par parniaji papena
niaji nlU na Instead of a 0 200powider zopunder and papr paprnlU wit witierrlfljrfru Wth WthRaerytd witBaffertflnd
Raerytd Baffertflnd ilep Keney ffenney hlping helping hi him tn n hi hii
i ierrlfljrfru rerrIhah h the Yale tackle aolle fought rourht h hvftyVver hi hiy hiiIt
vftyVver touchdown touchdownIt iIt y o osr e the th goal go Uno U Un for the te Blues Blue flr flrtouchdown ft fttouchdown ftmtouchdown
I It was wa aplay a play that stunned Htune the Prinoeto Prinoetoarmy Prncon Prnconarlnv PrInoetoarmy
army and and1ld Made the thaYaldhordea Yale Yal hordes horde wild wid wit witdelight with withdelKht witJi
i delight delKht c Again the 20000 200 Yale Yae singers Ilngor gt gtbusy got gotbUY gcI
I busy bUY witn wtldozen witdozen a an dozen songs songstbe the best b t of whia whiawaq wh1owwth1i
wwth1i wwth1iWell waq 4 this thisWell thi
Well I Wers rT tIn < to toie lick Nauau aau auau today todayllcrp tday tdayIIr tadayI
I Here IIr on al New cl Haven Iavn lldrt lldrtOur 11 11OUr IleltiI <
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I Our hacks Art rr fast Ia ast nnrt In < sure urr uri and stro stroj atroaj s roor
j And our linemen Inemn will wi not yield yieldTUB yieldii Irld IrldT
ii TUB T Tb poor old PrlncrtJin Inrrth TJeers TJeersflliey Tler TlerI
Plncen
I flliey pr think II that they 110 ran play playI
tt crk IIal al
I F But 1 wizen i e they itrlko the Elli II line linejjou ILneI e eiou
I jjou iou can bear bepr poor Irlnccton Ilncelon say sayWell sy syl satIeU
Well IeU l wn W never saw such auc football tOlbal before beforeIn btor beforer
r In thlt Kan Kan KanaaoctGnt < Moycl9nr o cOlf In New ew Haven HavenOld ItavenOld avn avnOI
Old OI Vales Yale going I tli U scon one hundred d times moiilve mo moeflvc
OIlt iilve lt a lout i careT K for g Vales Yate eleven elevenMITCHELL elevenk rc lme
k MJTCUEL MITCHELL KICKS K1K FIBbT FltT GOAL FOR 10R TALE TALKFifteen TALEFiten tALEFUteen
Fifteen mliiutes Iomil Had l d elnpfod elnp ed since 81nle tli tliball the thebnl tIibail
ball bnl Fiten had first tn been put ii I to play and th thcore the theIr titiscore
core Ir wa uS a5tb 5to 0 011 0th In favdr CaVdrM or Yale The ba bawa halwa
wa Ww taken out at lt right angles agle from frm the goiline gun gunline
line lne and ad Mitcbell Wcel kicked klked a beautiful Lutlul gun goifrom gunfrom
from frm a difficult dicut placement II cment Increasing IIcrlig th thscore the theecr thscoro
score ecr to 0 I to 0 0TJio OTe 0t
t The Te teams chnnged chnn ed sides ldef but before hefor pla plawaa play playYU plawae
waa resumed Miko Mumhy lulhy had hld to spong spungiRockwells
Rockwells Rcel rume auburn aubun lockn Ii > ck Then DeWit DeWitkicked DeWit DeWitkicke DeWitkicked spnge spngeRcel
kicked kicke off of andtirovo addrve the Ile ball bol over ver the got gotline geeI
I lne line at one corner c iner of the the field feld Mltche Mltchepunted Mltchclptinied
punted pute It out frrm the 20yard oard line le to Knfer Knferwho Knferwho
1 who hustled hueld back to Tabs 1101 fi2yard 2vard Urn Ir he hefore heror hec
c fore ror theejcphantIne Bntclieldor Halfhelder fell fel rn him hirrKafer himKafeloul himKaferesjukl
Kafeloul Kaferesjukl Kafer thetophanllne could notmnkern notmltlfnot notrnakeafot foot through thrfugh liogui lioguibutPrinceton HO lioguebtitPrinceton un unbut
butPrinceton but Princeton received reIved five yards ardl for off offside ef eflde cifaide
side lde play pia Kafer In the next scrimmag scrimmagwas Icrlmmope IcrlmmopeWM
was roughly rughh handled and came < out of 1 1with It Itwth ii iiwith
with a wrenched wrnhe nhnujder Time was 18 taker takeiout tabmout takerout
out wth while the trainer I Jim Rolilii flolii84ln 181 on twlntet twlntetrff tvlited tvlitedKfers tw1tecEaters
whie raineId
rff 1 around 1 if I t 1 i ihand
Kfers Eaters am arm aun aH ai If I it hd been beenhand a ahlnd
hand hlnd organ crank The Tle treatment tret ment wa wamnslcnl wnimrricnI
mnslcnl mn 1al orpnn for Kafer Kaeas wasngnln nlln In the thlc thlcof thick thickoC thlcof
of the th frayAfteia fray frayAftervafe frayAtU
Aftervafe AtU Afteia a 143w ojlort > vshort short gains gall by the Tigers TigersPrlacetori TIger TigersPrt4cetd
Prlacetori PrlQctr received Icled another five fve yards yards fo fotheBrutfS3Jiyard for fororGldtJly forotTgIdsiav
otTgIdsiav byalu LP Yah ad euu Ihe he ba1 wa was on ontho orthe
theBrutfS3Jiyard orGldtJly the Bl BhfO k stY 30yarr lrd line ln Infer and Ha Hawere Han Hanwere
were wer unsuccessful lntuc ful in making the requln requlnflvBiyaids requirfivsyards
flvBiyaids fvevAlds In three thro downs no I De Witt Wit itt wh whhadkicked who whoh whehz11
hadkicked h hz11 dlccted leiciced threo thregol goals from the field feld I Ipractice In Inpmctc inpractice
practice pmctc before bfore the t1IgaiiE game Just to show hi himettler5rpaT6d his hismet hirnoLtlrSrtpitud
met mettler5rpaT6d to dropklck a 0 real goa goafrom goafrom
from frm Ierted tEe tll 40yard 40yard line lineAs lne lneAl lineAs
As Al the th Princeton Prnctn c eptalr eaptainiwith ptalfi with wth white face facearid faornrid
arid seja rs steoct t oclltn waiting for the ball bal ti tit to tcI4
ntteetj
t I4 t tt54d thlt totrirp th9 QrpwcTsatetlll qrpw i Sit st sti still breath breathless hreathleil breathless
less leil 0 pf Backiarhe Baclame acanie the qpw oval oa from Vetterleh Vetterlehns Yeterleln Yeterlelnns ettorleirOh
ns str AtrllthA1 strahte JtthtaR an nrrow nrw De Itt It caught caugh li linridlflt It Itnndlettalt iinnIletlttdlitobekiclred
nridlflt nndlettalt nnIletlttdlitobekiclred falltobekl b kl ked led from the ground groumtowjird ground groundtowrc groundtoward
toward jbX crossbar ss r It I won Wi wa a poor attempt at attempthowrtver attempt
tempthowrtver towrc tempt tmIWEr hoen cr i for fo tho the ball n did pr not ri riten rise risef
f tA ten tln JcaVln Jo tn the air lr and td dribbled trllbled off or toward towanYaloR townrdYaleA towardi
i Tales goal gal Hno Mitchell U hel finally fnaly fell fel on It Iton Itnn iton
on the th Myard urn lint and rent nc on the following fnllowlnifly Colowlng Colowlng1y followingfly
fly 1y he punteid punt d out nt tt l bounds bunds at Yams Yale so soyard 10 10ar
1 yard ar line lne Kafer nnflr kicked klked back bc and withoudelay withou withoult lhcut lhcutdelay
i delay Mitchell fchel got In a I beautiful punt o onlxty oC oCftxt oft
t t nlxty ftxt ixtv yardsno varr80 yanile so cleverly ceverh placed thatlt sailed sallelor elcd elcdfar sailedmr <
far out olit oti of tho th reach rec of 0 Vetterleln Yeterletn Bofon Bofonthe Btforetlrs
j the thflt latter lattercould C could rearhlt nnh rparh 1t FlafTerty liaffertywas afNtW8 was down dowiH downtM downth
tM th field and ltthe ItI hit him on the off offsl
H tl < ltu 1I7V lethibt Ittw Mill III 11111 IS11 VIIU of JII JIIside
side sl t ie e telr The T Th an crowd yelled eied but the officialsdid officials ofco ofticialedid
did not iced eld to heJnColmed lx informed of It and the theTigers theTlgoTgot theTigers
Tigers TlgoTgot got the ball bnl on their 18yard line linornlNCBTTJN lne lneIRI linernlicaT
rnlNCBTTJN IRI rnlicaT mN sTore STOr TUB Til 7IE YALE YAL KCSH KCSHAgood RUSBA
3 Agood A good ptint by b De DeWltt Witt itt was l caught euaht by
Farmer Fame go on Princetons Prlcetons 60yard 6yard line lne but butwhen buthOI butIt
It 4 when hOI YAO by hard line Une smashing smlhlng had hadwdrked hadw had1ic
1ic wdrked w workedtliobaflbaik rkl the ball a11Jalk back to t tho th SOyard yad mark markthe markthe marke
e the Tigers llfrs braced bracd up Ipln In defence deflnc with wth such suchpteok luch luchplc suchpaok
pteok that beaten back backTheri backf
that even even een1iogan Hogan was M botn bck bckThe
f i Theri The plc afl a aHvercion adlwlonMltchel Mitchell dropped back backlxtckT bck bckfd backA1I
A1I fd ftn jt drp drop 1lck kick T The ho1 luill was wa drpp not pavaeci pavaeciItii
Itii vdr try aorltely acoiirntrly by Rockwel Jtockwpll and M Mitchel Mitchell Mitchell11r
11r Wfl 1n4irn n t act ct of droplng it for his to toe toej
j
j I i Dp D W1 Witi coldfth coilidedwithhim him The bl bell roled roledhck roiled roiledrW
rW I lxtckT lxtckTtcrnardi hack tcrnardi tcrnarditho t toward r the 110 rniddle mldd8 of Jthe the gridiron gridironalld gridironp jrfd lron lroniHernwasa
p s alld Hen henry Col foil on It onAlfs on Yales 48vr 4Svard lne lneHerA line linejL
jL iHernwasa Hero was wa a eharico Ihanco 1or for the Tigers and andthpyj andUlp arciI
I thpyj Ulp btvan b to to work Tk like Ukr beavers bpavlrl But Butwhen Butwh flutIi
Ii jr when wh h Kator Kafo and Hart hl had made Ide ten yards yardsbetvfoen yardsii
ii betvfoen b tYln Ihel Ihem Bloomer mo r J broke up a forma formation fora foraton frirmaI jrs jrsb ¬
I tion ton with herculean hlroucan strength trngth and threw threwwhn thr thrErf threwr
Erf r r c 1 1 c cft
a dozrnwayerA rIoCfn players were winclod t lnd r and Vi Hc tim timw i
I whn w wt called cnll Lttln Ltlf ltockt Hokrl ll ran rn up and ad
down mapping llpplhp each Ic ch Yale ate ln mn an on tho back backnnd bk bknn backnHI
nnd nn irglng lrllll him to I brow C Then Thtn he took tk a
I drlnkoplof drIl drink op nOt ot tho thl wntcr br br brita > ttJonnd I 011 arid tim battle battleragixl blite bliterall
11 ragixl rall oiiwi 01 moro mor Tnvt Clil e1t Raffertys RaferY1 face facewas faMwal ace
< was wal covered cyerf with blood Iod It I come ce from froma fromKlhovr
1 a ga Klhovr gnlr h ovi ovtr r the ll lAft lye lyo yo but tiu It mattered matterwlnotfor matr1 matteredi
i notfor 101 ror the onptaln Nltaln wu wal irr lI the next play
knocking kn klrl Kafer over as al If he was Oi a child childutapt chflde
111 e I s dlpncl defqnce wnl wnt Imprl Impregnable nahlp nt thl thlrt this thisstage
stage and JQeAVltt fell back To
rt nndDnit Col b to the thp 40ynrd OYl
line e ror another goal goa bid But as a In hit hisr
r
I
previous p attempt atumpt the drive was a poor t tball the theblollg tuaJl
ball blollg voua going ten yards Ylds wide of the posts postsKAFEnS po postsKArens por tl
KAFEnS QUICK WORK SAVES A TOUCIIDOtt TOUCIIDOttMitchell TOVCIDWN TOVCIDWNMltclol tOUCIIDOWMitchell
Mitchell Mltclol punted out and Ind Kafer was wasthrown w wthrown v vthrown
thrown In tho middle of the field feld by Klnne KlnneAgain Kinney KinneyAgiin KinnoAgain
Again Agiin KuferH Kuferl arm and shoulder Ihoulder troubli troublihim troulled troulledhim troublihim
him him and again a Jim Robinson Ioblon wound him himBO himso up upso
so that he could culd an go on 01 The TheTigers Tigers attai attaiwoa atack atackwa atttuwee
wee wa beaten baten back bccK aft after r that and De Wi Winuntod Witt Wittpunte WIpunted
attr
punted So swiftly did both Davis ai aiHenry and andJenr atilenry
Henry punte jet S down nlty the field under this thl kit kitfleetfooted kick kickthat kuthat
Jenr feld
that before Mitchell cught caught the Lan tho thofetfote LI LIfleettooted
bfore Itchel
fleetfooted fetfote ends endl were ere waiting waitng to grab hit hirThan hitThen him himTben
Then as 1 Yale Yae went ent back bck to line lno buckli buckliFarmer luckllg luckllgFarmer buckitFarmer
Farmer gained alnut six sl yards straight throut throutthe throlghthe throutthe
the cvntre o ntre But on the third down Mltche Mltchekicked Midlen Midlenklcko Mitolukicked
line kicked klcko out of bqunds LQUldl at Princetons PrncetonIHynnl PrncetonIHynnlIle 44yai 44yailine 44yethue
lineUhevlln Ile IleBevln Uhevlln Bevln and ad Coonoy Coney came cae together In tl tlnext the thenext tinext
next mixup and ad all al but exchanged oxchaged uxehuangedwailo uxehuangedwailoIt wallo walloIt alop alopI
It I was wa a kick bock bak by De Witt and Ind Metcn Metcnran Metcaran
ran ra out at Yales Yoles 33ynrd 3nrd line Ino U I wan wandifficult Wil wasdlmcult 1
difficult through tho Tiger Tigerline Tigerline
difcult matter mater to t gain glin thrugh 11 erl
U IIblazing he hehlazng
line after that HO Metcalf punted Ui
lne 1 Metcal
hlazng blazing ater rays 0 the sun shone directly diret I I IVettorleins In InVettorlelns
Vettorlelns eyes sa he tried to catch the thebal U Uhail
e0 a
bal hail Ho mutc uiutTc < d I it ad and Uafert Rafferty maco made madedive n ndive
i dive for It It was WI a great grol chance chaco for Ya Yato Yae Yaeto a ato
to make Ike a touchdown but Kafer Kfer wa waquicker Wil Willlcker Waquicker
quicker llcker than tha a the Yale captain coptal and nailed Illed tli tliball the theval tiiball
ball on Princetons 15yard lineit line linoU
ln
val Prncetqnl
th thTiger the theTIRlr thTiger
U WOH W such a narrow escape efal that
Tiger I army yelled for Joy JO Quick as IH a fiiiF fiiiFDe flueDo lfh lfhD
olld
De Witt Hokod the ball out of bounds at th thcentre thp thpcentN thcontre
llrked
centre D Wit and Rli when It had ha been taken takfn in Yal Yalresumed Yalo YaloJumed aI aIresumed
resumed Jumed her lIeI aggressive attack aUnk Metcoli MetcoliMitchell Melcllf MelcllfMitchel MetcahiMitchell
Mitchell and pushed puller pullerjammed pullerjammed
Hogan Hogln wore pllhpc Illpd IllpdJammed
jammed Mitchel and thrown through thrulh holes holel In th thPrinceton thl tiePrinceton
Princeton line Ino until unti the ball bnl was Wil on No Nosnus Nn NnIUI ae aettaus
snus 30yard line De WiLts Wit N Jersey wa waalmost WI WIalmolt Wealmost
almost IUI almolt soya torn off 01 lne no 1 o that half of n CI ieter his hl brett brcabark hrcad hrcadhark brettlaek <
bare bnreThere
bark was wnl blr bareThiero
There goes Bloomer wn WI wee the slogai slogaias lopln loplnI
as I a4 Yales Yale big bl 0e guard uard who was WI a terror ti tiPrinceton to toPrinceton t tPrinceton
Princeton three years ago dashed tnt tntShort Into IntoShort tntShort <
fIT ao
Short and fought rou ht his hil way way 0 to the 2 25yen 25yenlino yan yanlino ard ardIno
lino More ore irresistible Irrelstlhle rushing rllln soon 80n lamlw lamlwthe landld landldtht larulcithe
Ino the tht oval on the 10yard line lne and the Yal Yalcrowd Yale Yalcrowd
crowd began belan to shout Rholt In unison unlnonTouchdown un unisonTouohedown on onTouchdown
Touchdown touchdown touchdown touchdownBloomer touchdownBloomer touchdownBloomer
Bloomer was 11 hurt in tho next smnflhu smnflhuand ImlRhup ImlRhupand eumnhulanti
and time was Wa taken tan out Farmer stmg stmggled stnlggled struggled
gled tme to the 10yard line lne but there cam caman camnet
an unfortunate fumble bv Rockwell Rokwel widolmade which whlolmado whichmade
made al It Imperative Inpernto for Mitchell mohel to try tr trydrop i idrop a adrop
drop kick on the 30yard 3ar line lineDK lne lneDK lineDC
SCORBS FOR TWEet TIOKRBThrough TtOERhrolgh TWEetThrough
DK WITTS WIS aRBAT O UT RUN SCORIS
Through hrolgh the Yale line lne came care De Witt Wittand Wit Witand Wittand
and Just ju t as 1 Mitchell ftchel was WI In the act of putring put puttine puttn
tine his hi toe to the leather the Princeton Princetoicaptain Princetoncaptain Fnincetorcaptain
captain tn blocked the ball ball As it rolled roled ove ovethe oerthe ovothe
the turf De AVltt Itt under full Cul headway headwaypicked beHhapicke hoeiwaypicked
picked it up lp and rushed nlHhe on down the tl1 field fieldThere feld feldThere fieldThere
picke
There was Wi nothing nothln to stop ItOp him In his hil wlU wlUflight wid widfight wiicflight
flight except excpt a tackle from behind Metcalf Met Metralf
calf cal fight and Ind Kafferty Rfery were after the flylnf flylnfTiger tylng tylnglimr fiyinTiger
Tiger limr with tall tal sprinting sprntng but Davis o oPrinceton of ofPrinceton ol olPrinceton
Princeton was there too with a strong otrotifarm Itrong Itrongar strongarm
arm ar which first tnt downed downe Metcalf and then theitook thentook thettook
took care of Raffertv RaffertvOn Rater RaffertyOn
On rushed rUlhed De Witt Wit and an I a he passer passereach paeseeach
each successive lucelvc chalk line lne the Princeton Princetoicrowd Princetonorowd Puincetotcrowd pf
crowd leaped leapd up In frenzy frelY Davis wat watnt wal waat
nt his hil heels hels all al the wav still Itl tihl ready to wartioff ward wardof wardoff
off of the enemy and when Do Witt crossed crossedthe crlMd crlMdt crossedthe
the t he line lne after afer as af brilliant brllo n t n run nl as I over nveiwas Overwas I Il
was l seen 8en In a championship champlon hlp football Cotbal match matclithousands matchthoundl matchthousands
thousands thoundl of yellow velow chrysanthemum chrysanthemumwere chrMnthrmu chrMnthrmuwre
were cant Into the tie air hundreds of straw strawseat Htrawleat strawseat
seat leat cushions cU1lonl were pro shied shlfd in every oVlr direction directionhats dlrpctlonhatR directionheats
hats canes mnC gloves Il0vC handkerchiefs handkErchllf flags flagsumbrellas fng flagsumbrellas I IumbrIM
umbrellas umbrIM and wraps were thrown aloftin aloft aloftin alof
in an Indescribnblo Indflcrlbaull confusion CnfuRon and abovp abovpnil abv abval nbovsall
nil al the Princeton Princton thousands thoUnds screamed Icreamrd nnd nndshrieked andshrieked
I shrieked shreke until unti they were ere hoarse hore Men Menhugged Menhugged lon lonhugled I
hugged hugled one another anothlr and jumped on the thffield thnfeId thefield
field feId where the thl Princeton Princton conches oachp drajve drajvethem dr drvethem I Ithem
them back bck over the low wicket wlclllt fence rrnc The ThePrinceton ThoPrcetfn ThePrinceton
Princeton band bnd was WI wa drowned and thc thoOrange thnOrnge thcOrange
Orange Ornge Prcetfn and Black multitude multtude broke Into Intosong Int Intosong
song long with Ith this rom tomTune romTune cm cmTne
Tune Tne Scots Scn Whu 11 Hnr It WV Uallaee 3Iar Bled BledMen Dtd DtdMn fliedMen
Men who love 10 Old Od NIMMUS name nameDo nameuvrp nameIto
Do your b best t to win n the tame tameAdd arne arneAdd
Add uvrp to Princetons f lorloui il name nameOn nameOne me meOne
On One more mlrc victory victoryFlsht Irlr truiryFteht
Flsht Ffhl at a Tlfrtri flerr and Ini itronr itronrAn slron slronA
An A 3 we cheer ycu OJ loud and long
Uaklnc our triumphant rllmlhlnl song sne songPrtlcetons
Prlicuons bottle blul cry cryNot cr crot criNot
Not ot for Individual fame fameDo rsmDo tamero
Do we atrlve Illve with brawn brfwn and brain brainBut brin brinBu brainI3ut
But Bu to t live Old Xauaua Nauus name nameHonors nameHonor nameHonors
cve
Honors Honor ever new newSide newSde newmds
Side Sde by bl ute Id we w tight u one oneTill ofe ofeTl onenil
Till Tl the jamo at tail t U I woe woeFairly woe1alrl woeFairly
Fairly 1alrl lust lu 1 or fairly lalrll done doneGo doneGo
Go our college oore true trueYard truerd re reYard
Yard rd by b yard the e boil bAi roes down downAs dow downLA
As we e win In ar tie e well wel fought re erUd erUdAd ground groundAnd round roundAnd
And the Held all aUaruud aUaruudRIDeS around aroundRluja aroundmugs
Ad RIDeS wltii wltl loud burrah burrahMake burrabBtrn burnettStrong
Btrn Strong detence ad and plulrlor plunging btd btdDrne bold boldflrtng
flrtng us victory as 01 oldMake old oldAke
Make Drne the Ile Vctr touchdown D kick the Ih goal goalTl eoalTrer goalDgerSIAI
Ake Tl Trer DgerSIAI tr siii Uoom Uom UoomAbbbI UoomAbbbIIIIST Anhhi AnhhiriBBT Ahbb I IFI8T
riBBT FI8T HALF JL ENDS IDI WITH WITI 8CUBK 8CURJ 6 I TO 0 0De 6De iiIDe
De Witt placed place the baU down direct dlrclly dlrcllybhind directly directlybehind 1 1belilnd
behind bhind the goal posts so 0 that tht Vetterleii Vetterleiihad Veterlln Veterllnhd Vetterletiehad
had hd an easy eay goo goal pt to t kick llck When the balsailed bl bal ballsailed
sailed ale over Qf the cross cr0 bar br the score tore was Wn wa i itie a ate stie
tie and Yale was Wa blue all al over overIts overit
te Its it S a fluke fuke said the Xew ew Haven ex exports exper expetta
ports 11 and Yale will wi tear these fellows felows to tcpieces topie topieces
pieces per pie in the second cond half halfBut halfUut halfhut
But the Tigers Tiger had ha plucked up fresh freslcourage freshcourage rlah rlahcurage
courage curage and when Mitchell Ilch kicked off or Kafuiwas Kafui Iafcrwas Kaferwas
was downed on Princetons Prnctns 25yard 25ynr line lineDe lne lneDe lineDe
De Vltt tt promptly prompty punted and when Yale Yalewent Yalewent Yalewent
went to the attack attck once onc more 10re Shevlin Shevln sleet shoaround shot shotaround sleetaround >
around Henrys Henls end eld for six yards Heck hockwell ItocKwell Heckwel
well then tried a a neat net trick trck by making mallng niakingafake t tfake a aCaee
wel ten tre
fake pass to one of the backs and then thenrunning thenrnning thenrunning
running Caee rnning p with the ball bal himself hlm elf He scooted scootedaround scte scootedaround
around arund Princetons PrnNtols left lef end for twenty twentyyards Iwentyyar twentyyards
yards and had had a clear field feld but for Vetter Vetterlein Yettr Yettrlein Vetterkin
lein yar who dropped ccar him in his hl tracks trckl onPrincetons on onPrincetons onPrncton
Princetons Prncton dropp 2Syard 21Oar line lne Metcalf aid aidHogan mdHogan aidHogan
Hogan had carried carrlld the leather to the 18yard 18yardline 18yardlne 18yardline
line lne when time tlnf for the first frt half hal was up upThe upThe upThe
The betting bettnl was 1 then even money mO and nndtae andtalee
tae talee your plc pIck p when hen the teams vlthoul withottta vlthoulsecond lholt lholta
a chn chango e on eltner eItlicr Hid side 00 came olt met for the theccnd thesecond
second ccnd half hal The Tle crowd realizing Tllzlng thnt it itwould Itwould itwould
would be h a struggle trggle to the death was worked workedup worle workedup
up to a wonderful wondfrul pitch of f excitement excitementThe exchnent exchnentThe excitementThe
The Yale eleven grim and Ind determined determinedwas d trmlne
was encouraged encouragl ceen by the rm Blue Bue chorus chorusKAFKR chors chorsKAFR chorusxAvan
KAFKR KAFR THE FIRST PU T TO IRAVE 1 VB TUB 111 OAME OAMEIt OAmI OAMEIt
It I was wa Yalaa Yalls kick off er and Mitchell Mitchel got gotthe pot potthe gotthe
the ball bal away at 310 oclock ocock De Witt Wittwho Wit Wittwho
who tried trlfd to run nl It back was Wl thrown by byBatchelder byBatchelder byJ3atchelder
Batchelder who caught c81Kht him by the collar collarof colar colarof collarof
of his jersey jerBY There was al a fumble by the theTigers I theTigers he heTIers
Tigers but they stilj stl etil retained rAtanld the ball ballwhen ual bailwhen
when the teams tlaml lined InP up on Princetons Princetons20yard PrnCetons PrnCetonsZyard Princetons0yard
20yard Zyard line lne Small Smal gains by Miller Mier re resulted r nosuited ¬
I suited ltd In a 1 kick by De Witt Wit which whllh was wassquarely wassqutarely aH aHsquarly
squarely squarly muffed mulf by Farmer who saved savedthe lCd lCdI savedthe
the thf ball bal however bfv bv falling faiing on It I head first firstwho trst trstMichel firstMitchell
I Michel Mitchell Hlnt sent it lalfng sailing back to Yptprleln Yptprlelnwho Vetterlein Vetterleinwho
who was thrown thro1n so 0 hard hlrd by h Shovlln 811In on his his24vard hil his24ward
24vard lino Ino that the wind was wal knocked out outof outof outof
of him himKafers himKafers Ilm IlmKafErs
Kafers KafErs shoulder could not 10t stand the thestrain thAstran thestrain
strain longer BO he gave to King Kingand Kingand
any fO way ay Kllg Kllgand
stran showed that he full fullof flll flllof fullof
and King quickly qulCkly qulcl < Iy Ihowl was Wa
of ginger when vhln he made Idf eleven yards ards in intwo Intwo intwo
two dashes dlh around the left lef end Raffertv Raffertvwho Rllrty Raffertywho
who ho had had hne his face fac plastered again againshowed 1lln 1llnshowe againshowed
I
showed showe a bloody blooy countenance cuntrnance but played playedon
on as ul if nothing nothln had ha happened happenedDe happnf
De Wilt Wit soon toon punted ptntr and the ball bl was wasroadily wasreldiy wasreadily
readily reldiy returned rturnP In beautiful bClumul style bv bvMitchell bvMichel byMitchell
Mitchell Michel the ball bal falling falin to Vetterleln Veterleln on tho tho16yard tio tioiiyard thu15yard
16yard iiyard line lne where Shevlln Shevln got in arother anothermercilPM arothermercUIM arothermercileM
mercilPM mercUIM tackle tackleDe tackleDe tackleDe
De Witt Wit of course oune punted and with withFarmer wih wihFamer withFarmer
Farmer Famer blocking off ol Davis Metcalf 1Etcal muffed muffedthe mule enufTedthe
the ball bal like lke a preparatory preparator Hchool boy boyHenry
Henry Henr followed Colo1r the oval so fO swiftly fwlfty that he hegot hegot hegot
got It in midfield mdfeld and the Princeton Prncton crowd crowdwas crowdwa crowdvae
was wa crazy cray Vetlerleln Velerleln tried trie a a quarter quarterback quarterhck quarterback
back hck run rn for the left lef end but Kinney held heldhim heldhim heldhim
him him for a loss lOB De Witt Wit instead Inltead of punting puntingafter puntng puntngafer puntinafter
after afer dropping dopping back tried to run rn around aroundbhevllns aound aoundIhevlnl aroun arounShevhlns
bhevllns Ihevlnl end for a loss l0a of eight yards yardsIt ards ardsIt
It wad WI wa the third thir down with wlh seventeen seventeenyards seventeenyards overteen overteenar
and Yale with withdesperation whhfpratlon withdesperation
yards to gain Yae was as playing plllnp
desperation ar fpratlon De Witt sent ont a low punt out outof outof outof
of bounds boundl and when the ball bai wee lsl1t put In h ploy pinyagain ployagaIn Il
a again aln Motoalf Metcal rushed rhfd through tlrou h heed HeEd for forfive forfve forUve
five yards a Princeton Prnclton man grabbing prhbln his hisfuce hisflce hIsrice
fve yars
flce rice with an open hand 1lllle Mitchells MlclEls hOi fcoodpunt hOipunt gtjt1punt
punt was Wi muffed murN by Miller Mier but VcttrrJeln VcttrrJelnsaved VlfrrJeln VlfrrJelnlVe Vetterleinaved
saved lVe the ball bai even though thoulb Batchoder latchoder fell fellon fel telln
on n him himIt himI himIt
It I was W8 Yales Yael ball bal In a fumble the thE next nextmoment nextmomet nextoment
momet moment on Princetons Prn tonl 35yard 35ar lln In nri nribefore ard ardbefore aretefore
before theTigers the Tigers IpT knew knfw what wan wnuf up u Mil Mi elu 11 IIcad 11tad 1
ha tad gone gonf through thrulh Cooney for twenty ynrdtt ynrdttthen yardefleen arcl
Ten then Bloomer Dlomll hammered hamored out six flx lx at tho thojentro tie tiecentr ti tientro
centr jentro and Hogan dragged three tackier tackiero tacklC
to o the 8yard 8 nr line lne where 1hfre he fell fel It locked lockeds Icekld Icekldni
ni ta s If Yale YoJe Yam would surely HureI score cre and the Blue Bluevpn Dlueplfvpn Blueleven
plfvpn leven > vpn got ot all 11 forts FOrl of encnnravpmprutsIn encouragement cnconrltpmpnt cnconrltpmpntm
5 sIn If there was WB never n eup In the thePrlnce thePrlnceton Prince Princeion
ion relied on cheering and singing igln and Ind thousands thousandsrelied thouslnd thouslndyell thousandsyelled
yell reliedPIUNCBTONB
PIUNCBTONB PlNCiTON8 OOAI IN DANGER DANGERHold DANOIR DANOIRHold DAwornHold
Hold them thpr Princeton PrlnlAtonl Hold them thlm for forold Corold
old 1d Na NUflul NUflulHOla Nassau NassauHogan nu nuHogan
Hogan HOla took tok his hi place behind hlhlnd the line lM rhh rhhoutstretched lh lhout iih iihutstretchcd
out outstretched Atret che hands han H Eight EIJlt yards ardl to pc pcwith gcwith
wih with victory vicor In tight I h Surely ho lf could mole molethat mo mothat malethat fC fCwih
that distance dltnncl the Yale Yae men saId uld and when hrn
the he ball hal was WI handed hade to t him hi be went lnt unc into the thoplla thepUl thea1
pUl plla a1 of struggling Itnllgll men But a crafty
Princeton t rincton man grabbed the ball bal out craty of
I Hogons Hogal hands and when hln the human huan rfou rfoutain tloun tlountln flCUfain
fain tln was Wi swept away It was wo found that t tbull the thebal IIall
bull had been lost lott by Yale YaleAnother YaleAnother
hel
bal Yoe Yoenother
Another musical number came eame from ti tiTlgcre the theTige t tTigers
Tigers Tige and music went pcniPthlnllke pcmpthlnglke numler this thisTo thi thiETo
To o the b tune of Contrary Conlrn Mary MaryWe Mar Maryt
We 1 V are fr m IM rl cetm cetmWttr ce cetjflWere n nWeN
WeN tuut colul to win nome nomeOf Ime ImeO someof
Of O ril tWs income incomeIt
11 1 Is such easy eM money moneyFor monel nuoneyFor
For well defeat mem memJust InemJul IbefliJuuI
Just Ior wel watch tine tiger eat al them themKll themtttl bemJU
I Jul Kll JU Is euy jile fur 1rlnceton 1rlncetonNot irneton irnetonNot lnlneetonNot
It wi wipoor wipoor
Not a word from Yale however
poor football the veterans ae said and the Ya Yacouchm Yae YaecOIC Yacoaches
coaches pr footbli l looked Bad It De Md WiLt Wit booted bote tl tlbull the Ilbali
cOIC 100kf
bull out of danger on the net try and andI i iI in inI
I loan 1 111 time than dger It takes take to tell tel it tri Princeta Princetauguln lrincetaagain Jlnctn Jlnctnaguln
> again secured tho ball Ll on four downs o oI on onI oher
I her 30yard secure line linoI lineFerreter
I I Fanner 3Dyard wee lne lnelrrel taken off the Yale tearand tent tenti tem temUw
WI tken oc
lrrel
i and UwBloy Uw ley was WI substituted 8ubstitut The latte lattewas later laterW lattewas
th thnoxt the thenoxt thnext
and broke
was W an fresh rrCh as af a daisy up
noxt attack that came his way DeWII DeWIIrun De DeWilpunted Wi
cme
atack
I punted to Metcalf who whogot in a hairraisin hairraisinrun Llrrl lng lngI
run of thirty thiry etcIC yards to Yales jot D08 a1oa 45yard 4 rard line lineSomebody lne lneHomeuod lineomebody
I Somebody punched Rockwell twice twic i ithe In Inthe Ithe
Rockwel
the face but the little lte Yale quarter back di diI did dinot I Inot
I not even wink Then Th111 as al Mitchell Michel punted puntecDavis puntedlaII punterDavis
Davis who blocked off Shnvlln ns UI the lattc lattccamo Inter Intercame iattrcame
Shovln
ol
laII th tho thoYale tieYale
came full ful tilt tlt for Vetterloln Vctehln caught cught
1 Yale sprinter fprlnter around the legs leg They wen wendown went wentdown wardown
down together nnd had hae a 0 wild wid scramble scramblei IcrBmhle IcrBmhleI scrambliShuvlin
Shovlln finally aiming a blow at Davis Davishead DavlHshlad Davishead
I i Sholn head hlad There fnaly were 1crl aimlnp IIIBSPH hllf from both side sideof Ildpe Ildpeor sideof
of the field tlld but the officials ofcla1 only warne warnetho waned wanedtho warnethe
tho offenders offendersnlOMER ofendert ofendertmOMER offendersnLooTne
nlOMER FORCED TO LEAVE THE TiE FIELD FIELDBloornor FIELDBloomer nRLDDoornr
Bloomer Doornr was wal laid out Olt flat fat thenext the next mo moment me memEnt mcment
ment mEnt The he big fellow felow went Into the game Rttfltwith gamwith gamewith
with a a weak shoulder and was completel completelused completelyuc completelutucti
shoudr
used I up It was with the greatest jrntet reluct reluctanco reluctance reluctanco
anco uc that he hE wal finally fnalh consented clntc to leave leve th thfield the thefeld Lbfield
field In favor of Miller MillerThe MillerTIes
ller llerTil
feld The tHB passing < inp of Bloomer was a8 really rtaly th thboplnning the thehfdnnlnp thebeginning
beginning Til tl of lnl the end end IooJner for the thf Tigers TIorl p pI KO KOtheir
hfdnnlnp their tbell I heir Mjcond Ncnd wind wlne enc immodintply Immoltllv imniod lately DeWiil DeWiilwho lelt leltwho IJeVe Jot Jottbell it itwho
who was at his best l ounced luncf1 > the thE ball hfl dowi dowitho dow dowthe own ownIhe
the field fitld In great rNt style ftyJe and Mitchell Milchel wa wathrr watier
tier wn on n his ht 40yard ovlid thee linoMel le theeMeicaif
Mel 11 Meicaif calf elf tried three thrl t tunes 111f and mode mne reIn nlnyards nine nineYRrnl reInyards
yards YRrnl all al at the right rlFht wing In It I was 1 a 0 cos cosof cesof
of hummer and bang by ule then and th thblue the thebile tbblue
blue bile flyrrs frrs worked wOlke1 hanl the ball bal to the Tigers Tigers10yanl Tlgersf TIgers10yard
10yanl line linoAnother lnl lineAnother
Another chance chanc to spore sre But just a athat at atthn athat
that thn moment Umpire Minds dlscovorex dlscovorexholding dlovore discovoroeholding
holding in tho Yule ial ule line lne and gave gave20tard i i20vard a a20ard
20vard penally to Princeton which wa wadiscouraging wa wacll waciieeouragin
Plnlcton
discouraging cll ourlglng rOla1y to tho Blues Uuel to say f the least leastMitchell lot lotMlchl1 leastMitchell
Mitchell tried a drop kick on a poo pooWFs poor poorP poopass
Mlchl1 pass WFs H but the ball bal was crop 1 blocked blocke end Inc Dllai Dllaifull Dlan Dlanfel Diiiaieli
full P fel eli on It i on Princetons Prncetonl Pr 45yard 5ard line lineHart lne lneJart linehart
Hart Princetons right half fJI back wa waused wauisoel I
Jart lrnceton
used Ild up at thin stage and King 1lnl was o shiftw shiftwto Hhll
to his hil hi place plac Vottorleln Veterlln going olnK to left hal haland half halfand haland
and Burke a new nw man mln taking up the dutle dutleat dutls dutlst
at t nuarter larter back On an nnlxchange exchange of punts puntsHnfferty puntsIbriferty
Hnfferty mado ono of the thl best tackles tacklO o othe 0lhe othe
the IILrert day when he laid Illd Burke Buke low The Te col colHslon cl cl1110n cclhision
Hslon 1110n stunned Itunned the Yale captain cptain who reelw reelwaround rfle reeleraround
around liko le a drunken man In until unti the atten attendants aten atend3nt6 attendants
dants had IUII poured water on his hl head llea am amdown and anddown antdown
down his buck buckHOTHEADED hlck hlckBOTUEADED 100kflorILEADED poure
HOTHEADED PLATERS PLTERS USE UB THEIR THEI FISTS FISTSA FIST FISTSA
A punting punt ing match ensued ellu In which hlch DeWitihad DeWiti DeWitthd DeWitihad
had much the better of the argument untl untlthe unti uxetitue
bter
hd
the ball was finally fnly downed by Yale on he he35yard her her35yard her31yard
bnl 1
35yard line Timekeeper Wrlghtlngton a athat at atthat al althat
that 31yard point lne notified notied Timekepr the two Wrlghtngon captains cptains thai thaithere thatthere thaithere
there pint was WI five fve minutes minute to play It weLt waithe wo weLtthee
the crucial point and both bth teams tems wen wennerved wentnerved ere erenerved
nerved to it pint Mitchell Michel punted out out of bound boundat bunds bundsat
at Princetons 25yard line on the followln foiiowinpIety followlnplay folowing folowingpllY
play pllY Plnceton and DeWitt DWitt completely Jn footed rowd th thYale the theYale thtYale
Yale tackled by making a fake kick and andthen andthen andtieere
tackle
then rushing rUthlng around the loft running runng to the thecentre thecntre thecentre
centre cntre of the field feld where the battered battera1lluffcrty bttere batteredRafferty
lluffcrty nailed him himSeveral himSleral himSererni
Hafe Several Sleral players became btame hotheaded am amblows and andblows andblows
blows were struck Itruck right rllht and ad left lelt on each eaclside eachIldo eactside
side Ildo but It was wn over in a 0 minute mnute and ad the thifight thetght thetlgiet
fight was resumed with wih increased Increncd fierceness fiercenesstorn tocnesl flecenessThe
tght Wi
The whole bck back ot DoWltt jerfey jersey had bn bntor beer beertorn
tor torn off of by this time and ond his hl bare bae flesh feh wa wacovered wal walcOltd waccoveted
covered cOltd with scratches IcratcheR Metcalf fumble fumblea Cumble
a punt a t moment mom nt later and Henry fell Cel 01 01tho 01 on onthu
tho ball on Yules 25yard 5vard llro llroMitchell 111 liroMitchell
ba1 01
Mitchell ltchel was Wn crippled cripple ami left the field fieldBowman feld feldDowman fieldBowneari
Bowman taking his place There wen wenonly wereonly woreonly
only two minutes mlnUIe to play and ani LIce thf Tigonwere Tigon TlgeT TlgeTwer Tigernwere
were wer slowly but sT 1r srly ly 1 outlasting oltlltng the thiBlues thelues thelilececu
Blues lues The magnificent magnifcent physical phy lcal con condltion condilion conSdltlon
dltion of the men from Jersey was WW tellini tellinitho telnR telnRthe telhinthe
the talo and ad the way they the played playe footbal footbalby footbal footbawee
wee sometln soneetilng that wi wIll never be forgoten forgotenby forgotten forgottenby
Wi by those thofe who saw the g gInto game 1lnp King dashed dashedinto dBhed dBhedhi
Into hi to the Yale centre which crumbled crmbled anc ancthe and andthe andthe
the ball was on the 18yard t8ya line lne Tl TlOrange TIe TIeOrnge TFOrange <
Orange Ornge bal and Wo Block Blak was a waving wavln steadil steadiland Iteadly Iteadlyand steadliand
and the songs were still tl sent upward upwar will willbeautiful withbeautCul witbeautiful
beautiful harmony haUon as I a dying dylnp effort eror th thPrlncotonians the thePrlncetonlan thePrincotonians <
Prlncotonians beautCul Prlncetonlan sang Rng with lh great grt power thefollowing th thfollowinp the thefolowing <
following folowing dity dityTo ditty dittyTo
Im To the tune lun of Didnt beT be Dldnt Ddn be ramble ramblePilnciton rmble rmbleIrlnclon ramblelulncttOtI
Pilnciton has h a Tiger TlifiTWllh TIIr Tigervtlh
I Wllh Irlnclon WI h tone and ad sharer hs > hair hairAnd hairAnd hairAced
And Kit ha nat h a biJIdoir biJIdoirThey blildol bclidoeThey
They are a dandy dad pair pairWhen paIrWhtn pairVhcn
When tbs two Irl eft rt together togetherTo Wrelhrblve
To have blve a little 111 scrap scrapJust scraphut rrapJU
Just JU < watch LICe 10 Tl Tllor rlgirs cra swiftly swlll push pushThe puabThe
The Bulldog nttdo off the Ite map mapClr mapceo
Cwrui CwruiAnd Clr ceo rue rueAnd
And thin he h will wi rambl rmbl hell h 1 ramble rambleHell ramblehell
Hell ramble rlmbtt through the line trierFirst lineFirst 11
trol First 101 down every time tme and ad then be will wi ramble rambleTbe rmble ramblel1ei
l1ei ramLle ramLleTbe ranebleThe
Tbe way lrl well wcl beat Old nil El will wi be line te Rahl RaW BihlYalo Rb RaWialo
Yalo Yall WW wac ua ftiuguig 6ilglll and cheering cheeJI too Lut butwith Lutwith lutwith
with a volume that dcncled de lto a faintness falntnesnf Calntnes Calntnesnr faintnessrf
nf heart hear and Ind a flagging fag lng of spirits pplrl The TheYale Te TeYnle TheYale
Yale playeiH H were dying dlni hard but they theywere they theywere theywere
were up against agaln t fate It I was wa DeWltts DeWlttsplay DWits DWitspllY DeVittspiety
play to try tr for or a 0 goal 1011 from frm the field feld He Hedropped le ledroPled liedropped
droPled dropped back bak to the 35yard line lne and ad get getthe guttle getthe
the ball from Crm uem Burke Blrhe Down went the ovnl ovnlto
hal
to the thl turf turflmd and DeWltts DoWlts swinging 6ln lng frotraiserl foot footraised fotral
raised ral Ollt It straight lt ralrht Into Int the tle arms of Batchel Batchelder BtcheJ BtcheJder Batchelden ¬
der vli blocked blolke It ItThe ItThe itThe
The wl ball hal rolled roled to Yale YnlpH B 5ynrd Iynrd line lne where whereHenry whereHen whereHenrvpinned
Hen Henry Henrvpinned pinnod plnne Metcalf Metcaifto lelcaC to earth earh earthwith with a heajr heajrtncUlc hea heaytackle y ytackle
tackle Yale ale was Wil up in prms In a second secondIt IcnJU IcnJUI
It looked lookef ns al if the thl game wruld rulc end In a ndrnw adrn arirew
drn I drnw and with wih only one ne minute to piny pinyIt fllayi
It did 1llot ii < l not seem possible for the TIn TIIT Tirers rs to topull topu1 topill1
i pull ottt n victory ltor Bowman wmnn standing standinghetilnd ItandlnJ standingbehind
pu1 hlhlnd behind t the ho hI Ynle Val ponl onl line 1 ni punted puntpf The Thelinll Te Tehal Thebali
bali Roared nff or In the dinvtlnn dtrnlnn of the tle Yale YnleRtnnd Yaletand Yaledared
hal dared As it I foil fel the tht coolheaded rolhlade Vetterlein Vetterleinsaw
saw a I last chance chrnCe for ttr victory vldon and onc as al he hnraueht heCollht henujcht
Collht 10 raueht tho ball 11 he put his hil heel hel Into the theground therrund thernund
rrund rrundDE ground groundDE rnund rnundDit
DE WITT wI KICKS THE T T DRCtDINO DPCtnNG GOAL OOALIt GOALI GOALIt
It waR a I fair catch Mtlh which wIlch gave to Prince Princeton Prnc Princeon ¬
ton on I n chance chanc to kick a 0 goal poll from placement placementDe plcment plcmentI
DI De Wilt itt was WW the man of the hour He took tookhis tookhli tookhis
I hli his time tle while whie GOOOO 00 eyes CO were glued Iued on onthe onhe i iIhp
Ihp the he ball Yale offered Orerf up a prayer to the theRods thegods I
Rods hal of war that the ball bal might miss ml its itsmark itsmark I Imark
mark Princeton Prln ton supplicated 11pplcte Dame For Fortuno Forlun Forurea
I lun true tuno urea rue that the th oval would soil sai straight strogbt and andDe andtrue andrue
trueDe De Witt Wit knew the responsibility rCponslblty that thatrested thtreptl thatrested
rested upon him yet ye he did not nt quiver quiverover quiveroer quiverver
over reptl ver It I Tho Th ball bal was VI carefully carfuly polled polledand pold poldand pobdmd
and the Princeton Prncelon captain stood Itod like lke a atatue aItatle aetatue
tatue in front fro lt of it Not ot a 0 pound came camefrom ce ceCror camemorn
Itatle Cror from the vast vl1 throng lhronl as he slowly slow I tiptoed tiptoedhis Uptold UptoldI
I his is wny Wa to the leather Then Ton with his hispowerful hisI hispowerfeil
hi powerful WiY right lee leJ swinging swlJllnp forward he hedrnvo hedrmo heJrov
drnvo powerl his hil rlpht to to toe under the thl leather leatherUp Ilalhlr IlalhlrUp leatherUp
I Up over the bonds hlndl of the Yale Y le men who whowere whowef whocrere
were jumping jlmplng frantically franloalr Into the lee air with withuplifsod withIlplifNI withepliftert
uplifsod wef arm the ball bal sailed laled It I carried carrifdwith cnrrpd cnrrpdwlll carriediItii
with U the joys and ane sorrows porows of men nnd nndftomrn andeorecen I IwOlen
wlll wOlen ftomrn I who Had ha cast cat all ni else e from from their theirminds theirmlndA theirminds
minds Straight ns W a bullet lllt driven at a aargot ataret aargot
argot by b an expert sharpshooter sharhooler the Ito oval ovalwteted ovaltwllle ovalm1sted
wteted and turned ture over Oer and over and andaied andoir andailed
twllle < ailed majestically majttlcly over the middle of the theropfibar IhBcTfhar liceirosslear
cTfhar ropfibar oir scoring fCrn a I goal ROli and giving the thedctory thoIcor theiictory
dctory Icor to Princeton Prncton by b 11 1 to e eJnptnntlv I 6Irstantis
Jnptnntlv tte the great prMt stands tnnd rocked Tie Tieivlolo T Fl e ewlote erIoo
ivlolo Princeton detention delllotlon went m mad madden d dVen dMen
Men and Prneelon women leered Ifnred up Upand nnd down cheer cheerns
In ns I and slrplnir lrlll In joy jf Hundreds Hundre of FlU ptuInnts FlUdrntH psuhints
drntH hints foil fel headlong hlolonl down upon the field fieldind feld feldoml fieldreel
reel started ftarl after oCer the th victorious vltorloll playen playenvlio plavT plavsrvvIto
who sprinted pprlnff off of to escape e their IhElr hilnrlniH hilnrlniHrlfnclr 1tIrr1I 1tIrr1Ifrlncr Iiiniiruniendr
frlncr rlfnclr Apiln Avrln the tl air n Car1 Ir was wal filled fIN with withivnrvtlilng withweT11Inp withverviheing
weT11Inp ivnrvtlilng thrownblp nndnrnln an nnd twain nnd oprl oprlho ag I Iho
the ho Nflfsnu NOEnl crowd rwd cheered Chelred nil ni iii forts orp rf cr wr wca wcaAronnd rr ys ysVround a around
round the Ih field told a procnfslcn procltn In which whichhouwindn vhlclthoulndl wltlchtousuindn
thoulndl houwindn tool tloll part Plr swept Iwpnt Rents patt were werehrown were werebrown
thrown nwny awly nnd hupping hlPln bees were WIT seep cofrn seepfl 1 1on
on > n every OVI band Truly Tn11 It wno nA g a wonderful wonderfullimeex onderfdcImox 1 1ilimflj
cImox ilimflj to ono fn of the greatest rfatlt fcotlall Cct allmfH allmfHpprpllrM prnip prnipver penjesvrrplrtyedin
pprpllrM ver vrrplrtyedin played In Amerlcnand to CnptDoWIlt CnptDoWIltjplonrs Clpt Capt DeWitt DeWittbrionIl Do WItt WIttplonps
brionIl jplonrs the thl lugged hljjfft share harl of the tJr rlcry rlcryIn nerv nervIn Icrv IcrvIn
In the th nuclei mid of tho < oxrllrrp oxCle1ntthr uyetterpnt ntthp the Yalo YaloiKnbnltprerlbniisod aPe aPeten sll
ten iKnbnltprerlbniisod hatprlll heat t prerl hnl hnhi5rud n and brokrnlipnrtrr1 brokrnlipnrtrr1vpre Iroknhrnrr Iroknhrnrrwre broknheartcer
vpre cer swnllowod lnlowed nhlowcd up pied nd forgotten forpotfn while whie tl t o oHUB slItre
m HUB hosts hOtl filed fM pndlv Idh enc1l away l1n thinking thlnklJj thinkinguvhrt thinkinguvhrtniehet whit whitnicht whl t tIlillt
Ilillt nicht lnvp have rmvp been hEen Princeton Prlncton Is l thecham thechamilon thf the chant champion chantionntj
pion ilon ionntj nnd nnr all al honor to tho gallant Rolant eons on onl of ofPrinceton of1e f fr
r I 1e rrru rrrurrenceron rrU rrUlrntton
Princeton Ptiilllan 10Ien Poe1ttntMic at atlnvls nltOfI
OfI lnvls lrntton I rt Left fi end nafferty RArerl r r8tl r8tlln capticnnry nt ntVinnry >
Vinnry cnnry heft tackle Uckle Kinney
llllnn IXfl 11 puirO puardflaIthldrr puardflaIthldrrhort u nl DMhHdrr DMhHdrrihort DalhrldrhO
ihort hO Centre Crnlr nnrabnrli nnrabnrlic Rnrblrlt RnrblrltI
en c Wilt V lit I iropt Irapti elllI Rtrht Ilrhl runnl surl uutrtlackie Dlnomer Dlnomerleta DIMmrn
n leta o Itlubt Igbl laiklc 141klo flos flosracy Ilocnn orln
Inn racy nichtrnd llh flightendheella flightendheellaI nd Shrvlln Shrvllntlfrltln Ih
I tlfrltln Itrltn Qiif QIlcr Qeecetee Her hark tark Rockwell Rockwellofer Rnrkwel RCekeIlheel vln vlnItrltn
ofer Irfft 11 Imlf h heel hurls blck Mllchcll MllchcllUrt Mlthllmet lcbel
met flight h hflt half lf luck Metrilf Mereal Metraithack
Jlllcr lor Pull Ful baric Farmer FarmerScore Frmer FarmerSnoreprinceton
Score Srorlnneelon Snoreprinceton Princelon 11 1 Yale al alc t Tourbdownt TourbdowntWill Turhdowa Turhdowani PoUrbdowttaIC
ni IC Will 1 I llnrrn Hnr n t Ooali from trm touchdowns loucbdowntlltehell Wuebd01lu Wuebd01lullrhtl touchdownslitchelt
lltehell llrhtl i cc Veiirrlrln Utrllo I Coal from lrm place kirk kirke klrk1e kiCkto
1e > to e Witt itt I neferceUathcw neeneMecw UcClung ItIUC Leblgb Lblrb
lUfldj PseutsYlvanlL 1054 UN UNla tin tinman
UmpireJohn Plvala HN
Umplrohu Mi
man and timekeeper tImekeeperEdgar Kdfsr WrlfnUatlon n nvard Har Harvar II IIYard
Yard la ad SuUUtuwV hubetliuteatale Umelepr Yale rr Miller Mlu WnbUI for lUoonOwtley imer imerOwley lUoon leomOwaley
Owtley var lubUlutYale forVarmer for Yarer yanlnet bowmaalor lWI Iiownt5fl roe Mitchell IIbe torl PrW PrWtontiurkc Prnc rifle rifleionfturlee
tontiurkc for Vetlerleln Vetlerleln for 11 H HKlnr tea teaiCing
iCing Knc 10nlrke for Rater Kter tr VeluJel Time Tm of JuJvta hn bsveb5 eUefen mlnu mlnuAttendance I autnutAUeadanceaOO DU DUllDdnceO
Attendance AUeadanceaOO AUeadanceaOOCRITICISM llDdnceO llDdnceOCRTJV JOooo JOoooCRITICISM
CRITICISM CRTJV OF TIlE OAME OAMEPrtncfton OJUIEPnotton OAMZPrinceton
Pnotton Princeton In Better Dtttr Condition Condiion Play PlayGrand Pie PieGrand
Grand Gra Football FootballNEW FootbLI FootbLINEW FootballNew
NEW HAVEN IVEN Nov It IAter 14Aftor After the th bat batthere btte bttether haltthere
that Print Princtons Printtons
there ther was WA a prevalent praent opinion
tons ton eleven was WI In the better btur physic physlicondition physical physicalcondition physiccondition
condition The Te coaches cobeH Ulllebrand Hiebrnd P PI Phi P1 P1King
I King Kg Gray Cochran Cohr Bill Bi Edwards lwars a aothers and andI ai aiothers
others other had ha worked worke wonders wonder with wth t tmaterial tho thomteria tI tImaterial
I
material mteria In hand Princetons Prnctons attack attak w wfully wfully
fully ruly the thf equal eq of Yales and It lasted lt long longIn 10nKer 10nKerIn lougeIn
In defence deence Princetons Prilctons stamina tamln won the da daYales day dayYaes daYales
Yales Yaes weakness welkneB In handling hadlng kicks and andfumbling andtumbling In InI
I fumbling fumblng passes p s was wa disastrous dlstru an 8 well wel i ithe e ethe
the offside ofalde play and holding In the lire llnwhich lne lirewhich
Wloh which brought brought several Ivera costly cotly penalties penaltiesPrincetons pnaltC penaltIesPrincetons
Princetons Ilncton ends were wer simply wonderfi wonderful wonderftDavIs
1 1 DavIs Davi played playe a game long to be b remer remerbored rmem rmembr remenbored
bored br He le had a marked mrke advantage ovi ovihis over overhi ovihis
his hi running rnning mate Ite Henry especially elply especiallygetting i igetting In Ingeting
getting geting down the field feld although the latt lattwas later laterI iatttwas <
was I all a over the gridiron grdiron Rafferty Raery plays playfthe playsthee
the best b t game all al around for Yale and bi bifor but butfor bifor
for his bs aggressiveness aggr8hene1 there ter might migh ha habeen have havebn habeen >
been defeat Bhevlln was m mup not notup niup
bn a 1 more mor signal figl dreat Shevln Wl
up to the tle mark mk In II the second econ half har but h hslothfulness hi iislothfulness
slothfulness olothfulne8 was WB duo to a painful panfu injut injutroMilting Injul Injuereeulting
roMilting rullng from a kick in the te grow Kroi receive receivejust wlved wlvedjust receivejust
just as I the second Icond half hal began beganHogan beganHogan bga
tower of strength unt unthe unthe
Hogan was WI a twer strngt unt
he made me Yales touchdown tuohown In that tht pta plahe play playhe ptahe
he was wa quite quie severely syeTly hurt hur and a only ke keIn kept kepti kel kelEn
In i the game through though sheer Iher pluok Klnne Klnnewas Kiney Kineywn Kinnewas
was wn a mark for many may of Princetons Plnotns galr galrand gairand
and was wa a disappointment dipplntment when his hi lai laiyears lt ltyers laiyears
years yers form la I taken tken into Int oontlderatioi oontlderatioiPrincetons OOlderaUon OOlderaUonPrinctons oonaideratiouPrincetons
Princetons Princtons tacklers tokler Cooney Coney and Beet Reewere Reed Reedwpr Beetvere <
were wpr remarkably remrkbly strong but Yale worke workeboth workeboth
both for gains Princetons Princtons centre cntro toe toiDillon to toeDillon
Dillon Dion Short and ad DeWitt t outplayed ou I playe BloomeRoraback Bloome BloomerRorabk BloomeRoraback
Roraback Rorabk and Batchelder Btchelder respectively rcsptvely a athings al athings
things thing considered clldered although Bloomc Bloomcand Blomer BlomerInd Bloomeand
and Ind Batcheldor Btcheldor made mae ronto rolo brilliant brliant lad ladvidual Indvidual Ind
vidual plays playsRockwell playsRockwel playsRockwell
Rockwell Rockwel did not play his hi usual usu etron etrongame strng strnggame strongame
He in physical condltloi condltloiseveral condltheeseveral
game was Wo poor pr phyic ondltin ondltinsverAl
sverAl several Yale Yae men said ed tonight tnight and wa waup WI waup
up in the air a greater geter part prt of the timeills time timeIlls tme
Ills 11 passing was WI slow Ilow and erratic erato and h hdid he hedid hdid
did not get Into lto the te plays with lh his hs acoue acouetomed acouetomed acoustented
tomed aggressiveness agrelven Mitchell Mitche punte puntebeautifully puntebeautifully
beautifully bautiuly all 1 through thruah the game bavin bavina hving hvinga
a decided decde advantage avanUge over De Witt Wit until h hbegan he hebgan hbegan
began bgan to feel the effects elects of the strain stran towar towarthe towarthe
the close clo e He bit the line lne linewell well wel and end tackle tacklefinely tacklefinely
finely finelyMetcalf fnel finelyMetcalf
Metcalf Metcaf fumbled rumble and Ind muffed murl In a surprielug surprit surpritIng ur
Ing way but made mde some sme good go rune runiOwsley rn runeOweley
Owsley Bowman and Farmer did not make makmuch maltmuch
much muc headway beway la the line lne smashing smhlng bi biBowman but butBowman buBowman
Bowman came cme into the game too to late lt latehave t thave to tohae
have a chance chanc to show Ihow his hi true tro worth worh G CPrincetons GPrincetons or orPrlnotons
Prlnotons Princetons back bk field feld Kafer Kfer was wa the eta staIn IUr IUrIn etaIn
In point pint of gaining ground gound although athough Kin Kinney Kinnay
ney did splendidly after he had ha supplante supplantetho lupplnt
the former Vetterlein Veterleln played plye a strong strongcool strongcol eLron eLroncool
cool col game his hi judgment in i heeling helng the pun punIn punt puntthe punin
In the last t minute mnute of play turning turing tue tie tide tideDe tde tdeDe tideDo
De Witt never played playe bettor beter football footballHe roob footbahiHe
He was WI everywhere everwher and his hl presence p lnc gave gavthe gavethe gaythe
the Tigers Tlger supreme suprme confidence confdenc to the end endPrinceton endPrncton endPrinceton
Princeton Prncton played the te faster ratr game all al thing thingconsidered thingconsidered
considered cnliderd and showed sowe up to date method methodthat mUlds mUldsI methodthat
I that carried crrEd the te day They finished tnl hld fa fabetter far farbttr fabetter
better bttr than they began bfa which whch show showthat ahowetthat
that they were wer fit ft and ad ready rady for the te ce ceflit con confct conmet
flit met
flitYalo fct Yale men tonight tenl ht arc a inclined Inclned to blame bnmthe blamelice <
the coaches for driving drlng the men too to hart hartduring hareduring
during durg coaccl the last week k and ad arc ar laboring laboringunder lbrng lbrngunder Laboniniunder
under the te Impression Impralon that thet their teir eleven wa wanot wanot
not In the best blt of shape sip But the tie fact rat re remains r nomains
mains that Princeton Prnrton won and won on heimerits her hermertl hamenftue
min
merits mertl playing superior football fotb when the thicrlais thecrlls thucrisis
crisis arrived arrivedYalo arrved arrvedYalo arrivedYale supror
Yalo will to bed early tonight tonightbut tonightbut
men mn wi go t b Oly tnlaht tnlahtbut
but it is I safe to t say sy that tht the Tigers Tiger will wi h ha bea
ofthe of the Pnineton Prlnje Prlnjeton
a sleepy slepy lot tomorrow tomorow Most Mo t Prne Prneton
ton mon have left town tn many carrying carryingoff crrlng crrlngof
off of rolls rll of Yale money mony which was W8 snappec snappecup enappeup
up at the last 1t moment on the thf field fieldThe feld feldThf fieldTlea
The Thf gamo was WI splendidly managed manM th thcrowd the thecrowd thecrowd <
crowd was WOI as I ausual su ual well wel handled nrle by th thtraction the thetracton Ihetraction <
traction company and beyond brond the erred arresof erredof
tracton
of a few crooks crokH the police plct had an easy easjtime eaY eaYtme easytime
time Yale will wl try tr to h get back bck nome lome of her heiprestige herpretg hecprestige
prestige tme when she Iho faces rnl Harvard Harva in th thnew the thenew thflew <
new pretg stadium at Cambridge next nxt Saturday SaturdayRECORD Satrdy SatrdyRECORD SaturdayRECORD
RECORD CROWD CROrn 0 OX hAND HAXDPartliant 8Mt 8MtarUtat hANDPartisans
Partisans arUtat Come oml ernst to Town Early Eal and Make MakTnlnRi MakeThtnrt MakeThings
Things Thtnrt Lively LivelyNEW UHJ UHJNEW UsolyNEw
NEW HAVBN H VEN Conn cnn Nov ov 11W 14 t4When t4Whenthe Whe Whethe her herthe
the day broke it looked loke as a if I there ther would woultbe wouldb wouldbe
be b an afternoon ateroon of discomfort dlcomrort at YalFluid Yale Yae YaeFeld YaleField
Fluid Feld As the specials spcis from New ew York an anBoston And Andi anc ancBoston <
i Boston began bga to arrive arlye the army of foot football Cootbl football
bl ball enthusiasts enthuliuts disembarked dimbrked to find fnd I1 itraining I1raining It Itraong
raining raong steadily teal Hundreds Hundrds lost lot no time tinvIn tme tmeIn timeIn
In buying oilskin oiskin coats and hats haU rubbeiovershoes rubbei rbbr rbbroverhos rubbezoverel
overhos overshoes overel toes umbrellas umbrln and mackintoshes mackintosheswhile mackintohes machint oshes osheswhile
whie while there ther was wa such luc a demand demnd for pocket pocketaak pockeflasks poket
flk flasks aak that the saloons sloonl were soon eon abort shonof abortDf
of their supply supplyBut slpplr slpplrBut stepphyBut
But toward noon the sun lun began begen to blaaforth blaze blazerorth
forth and the crowd crowe cheered chere and immedi immedintely Immel Immelatdy hmrnedistely
ntely the restaurants restaurnts did a tremendous tremendouibusiness tremendousbusinees tromendousbusiness
business Prices PrlC8 were up In the lhe sky ky but butthe uut buthe
the hungry hungr horde hore paid thorn thor without t tmurmur a amlnlr amutnintlr
mlnlr murmur The Te hackmen made enough enouglmoney enoughmon enoughmoney
mon money to keep Illep them comfortable cmorble all al winter winterrhey winterThey winterrheycharged
They rheycharged charged chge 40 0 to take te four persona pron from froutihe fromthe fromthl
thl the depot dept to toYae toYale Yale Field Fleldand and they were wer kept keptbusy keptbUlY keptusy
bUlY busy usy driving drvng back bck and forth forh as a fast Clt as a the thecould they theyculd theyiould
culd could from 11 1 oclock ocock until unll after aCer the game gamejegan gamebgan gamesogan
bgan jegan jeganAll soganAll
All 1 of the leading stores store were wer decoratedltii decorated decoratedwith
wih with ltii blue or orange and an black blck and ad In one oneivindow onewindow onesindow
window a Yale girl was wn depicted deplcf driving drivinghe drivingthe
the he Princeton 1rnceton Tiger with blue silk sik reins reinsHen rln rlnMen reinslien
Hen and ad women paraded prded Chapel Chpl street streetTor strt strtfor streetor
for or hours houl with wit the partisan prlan color clo and andhe andthe andhe
the he whole town was wo out for a holiday holday The TheSew Te TeNew Thee
Sew e ev Haven Railroad Ralrood brought moro mor than thn thanio000
0000 persons here and andmust must IUHt have reaped a aiarve aharvet aearvewt
200
harvet iarve earvewt pTons t lice 1Ie hotels hotl were crowded crwded Tap last lastlight 18stnight lasteIght
light and today tody It was a in I possible to t pot gotilnecer potllnner et etdinner
dinner In any of them without yitlout waiting watng In Ini Ina
a i I long lino linoThe lio liohe hincelice
The he rowd owdbegan began to gojo po go to Yale Yall Field Fieldt Fieldmo Fieldnorte
mo norte than two ml miles outside oC the city cityit
et it t 12 oclock oclok A majority majoriy node roe in trolley trolleyars troley troleycan cty ctyet
both open and closed while hiie
can walked valkedNo are alkedNo hot cosd whie many manyalked Jany Janywalked litanyvalked I
No such army ory of fakirs raklT has ever Invaded Invadedhie InvBdF invadedide
thl hie rluce before befoT They hey were lined lned up uputslde upoutelde p peutaide
utslde the arena nrl in large lar e numbers and they theymo thl theycan
hno mo all IIJrdl linda of warts WOrl8 for sale These hce who wholejtlt whoienlt ho hodl11
dl11 lejtlt in teat cushions made a small mnl fortune fortunehey fortunehey fortunehey
hey sold ld thousands tholInde lt at t 25 5 cents centacach each clch and andhen andthen andhen
hen after lfer the game gae they the gathered thorn thornip thlm thlmup themire
up ip to be b voId Iold over again Imln some orI other day dayTie dn dnThl daylbs
Thl lbs Tie police polce were on the alert alPt for crocks crocksut crookhut crookscut
hut cut > ut n few waped ured their scrutiny Inltnr and one 01 olheent of ofhem 01thpI
thpI hem caueed a sensation Nnalon by stealing Ntelng a nvntch awatch acatch
watch in the thl Princeton Prnceton stand just before befor the thetame thegame theance
tame ance started startedThe etartedThe tard I
The management mangement headed hNdt by Julian Julan W WTurtts WCurl Wurtis
Curl Turtts of New York took extra precaution precautionigalnst pr precautiongalnat auton I Iaganlt
igalnst fire fre They had ha men stationedender stationed stationedindor
aganlt unde ender the stands Htands with fire lre extinguisher extinguishervho extngushera extngusherawho Itatone
vho kept kept a sharp shar watch for burning burlnl cigar cigarttes cgar cigarttes I IItes
Ites ttes and newspapers newspapr Mr M Curtis Curts says snyshat sayshat
l3a l3athat
that hat there thlrf wore seats sate for nearly 28000 28000or 280 28000ersond
peTnl > or ersond on that there were 1000 10 privileged privilegedersons prhnegl privilegedersond
perfnl > ersons on the side ide line lne Including coaches concheembstltuten ccache coachesuhetitutete
substuto mbstltuten attendantland attendanlnd supernumeraries supernumerariesind luprumcrarlla luprumcrarllaand
and thatanother that anothlr anotleeer 1000 10 dead heads were wereidmltted wereadmite weredmittod
admite idmltted elsewhere elwhere He Hl placed plce the attend attpndmce attendanc attenditce
mce at 30000 300 a crowd that would have haverwomped hue8ape havewamped
anc rwomped the Polo Grounds Groundlin In New York YorkYilc YorkY YorkYal
8ape Yal Yilc Y TTM f rz rrnsKd ri = cd on > the hc rat t side ilrG ald of c tl tllelrl tlb tlbfpld the thephi
fpld phi with Princeton Prnton on the te west Wft sid sldThe side siderice i
The stands wtb extended extendP around arund tho entire entr entiroedge entiroedgef edge edgeif f ge geof
of if f the playing field ffld those thol on the ends endsloldlng Indl endsolding
holdln loldlng rooters rotpm for oaci Me cloven rllvfn The Thl first firstorrmotion fnt fntclrmctlon firstorrrrctlon
clrmctlon orrmotion wnscau W wtuecaeicd calto J when the well wel known knownrinooton h knownnitcoeton nown nowntrloton
trloton rinooton trainer Jim Robinson Roblnln came Cle on onhe onthe onhe
the he field fold with wih half hllC a I dozen dozn assistant allUnU carry carrytig crr carryig
Ing tig palls > water bottles bttE sponges and hnnd hnndiags hnndblgs handage
pl FpngN
blgs age filled fled with arnica aric and anc plasters plJlter Thrrr Thrrrras TI1T ThereSM
wa ras a yell yel of welcome welcme for him hl from frm the therinceton thePnlton therinceton
Pnlton rinceton crowd crwd which was wa 8 nothing to the theoar theroar theoar
roar oar from Yale when themasoot th mMot a bulldog bulldogras buldog buldogwn bulldogma
wn ras led tlnto Into the field feld The Te maecott mMott quickly qulcl
A Jaec JaecFURRIERS
FURRIERS FURRIERSBeg c cBeg an anBeg
Beg to announce that they h
430 Fifth Firh Avenue betwee betweethe betweenthc betweethe
the temporary exhibition exhibitionHoliday exhibiton ehibitlonHoliday d dI
I Holiday Holday season of their P Fureci Pured Frci Frciured
ured furs All Alordelswii Alordelswiiat ordeis wi wiat wiat
at our Union Square estab estabA establsl establslA estabiA
A JAEC JAECII4O JAEC43O
43O Fif Fifshowed Firtshowe Fifishowed
showed his teeth teth and tried trie to rush In amon anlonithe amonthe among
showe the Princeton Prncton hl players plaer who wore the first fmt t tappear to toappr te teappear I
appear at exactly J oclock oclockWhen oclockWhen
appr When Whol Yale eXActy came Into ococt ococtWhol sight six Ix minute minutelater minuteslaur mInutelater
later laur both bth were wer cheered ohero and the rumpu rumpukicked rumpUH runepukioked i ikloked
kicked up would have put old Pande Pandemonium Panie PanieJonlum landeureonlum
monium Jonlum out of business buslne8 once Onc the crow croweYn8 crowwas crowd crowdWo
was tated ated the picture was complete cmrlete loi loithe for forthe foithe
Wo
the wall of brightly bdecked humanity humanttstretched humanitystrtche hiuncanltstretched
bdeced
stretched strtche wal around the gridiron rdlron from end t tend t te teend
end not a vacant acat seat 8at being bing seen seenW sn seenW I IW I Iwas
W H Lewis ono of Harvards Harvars coachef coachefwas cchea coacheewas
was conspicuous on tho side lines lnes a awas lii liiwas He HeWM
was looking cnlplouoU Yale over with wih a view Iew to get getting gettng gettlng
ting tng a few points polntl but he little lite dream dreamthat drenme dreameethat I Ithat
that his own eleven was wal being bing treated tret s sharshly so aharshly < I
harshly by Dartmouth at Cambridge CambridgeIt Cambrdge CambrdgeI
hrshy It would be iKsslbIe to name lame almost almJlt ever everfootball e eCoot everfootball
football Coot I man b of note among those thcl present presentfor plefent plefentror presentfor
for they bal ma would not have missed mlR this trea treafor trt treafor
for the world As soon ns the came wa waover WSA WSAover Waover
101 ton
over the crowd swamped the trolleyam trolleyamhundreds trlfr trolleysanthundreds nnd nndhunard
hundreds hundreds footed snmpe It back to town twn Tlii Tliispecial The Thepla ThitspecIal
special hunard train Coote for New York tooktho took the armaway arm armaway army armyaway
away pla quickly trn and smoothly Then Ten 1W 1WHaven New NewHaven NesHaven
Haven breathed brathe n 1 side fhrh of f regret regretCOAY reget regetOO regretGOXJ
COAY OO TO THE TiE CAME CAMEBustle GAlIE GAlIEDate GAMEBustle
Date Bustle and Illic Di Crwdslt Crowd rodt at the tf Grand Centrel Cen Central Cntra
tral tra Station StationA
A big bustling b tlng eager eger throng thrng lurid wit witcolor wth wthoolor witcolor
color as l to t dross d ant anti horticultural horloultural adorn adornment ador adorment adornmont
ment quite undismayed undmlye by the to prospect prospectof plpt plptor
all animation from fronexpectancy rromexptcy fromexpectancy
of a cold cld wet day and cl anmatin
expectancy paNted through though the t Grand GrandCentral GrandCentral I Intrl
Central exptcy ntrl station BUton p yesterday morning moring bounc bouncfor boundfor bouncfor
for the game at New Haven Such was watthe wa wate wasthe
the te amount of the traffic tr0 that tha more mor footbaltrains footbal footbaltrains footbal footbaltrln
trains trln were wer run rn than thn were wer at first frt planner plannefor plne plannerfor <
for and ad It Is I doubtful If I tho disagreeable dlsagreeabliweather1 dlagable dlagablewether disagreeableweathef
weather1 wether reduced the size of the crowd crwd by bysingle i isingle a asingle
single person ruce The stir str and crowd thai thaiwent tha thatwent t twent
went up prOI from here her to t see e the HarvardYali HarvardYalegame HarvardYaligame HaradYale HaradYalegame
game last 1t year yer were wer exceeded eJcted by yestor yestordays yetr yetrdys yestordays
days outpouring of gridiron gidiron enthusiast enthusiastfrom enthu enthusiastifrom t tfrom
dys outpurng
what whatNew whatNew
whaNew
from from New York Tho wonder was wa
New Haven would do with them all allThero al aUThere
There Ther were wer elx Ilx parlor car trains tran of twelve twelvecars twelveca twelvecare
trains of about aboueleven abouteleven
cars ca each ech and nine other traln abut abuteleven
eleven cars ca each ech This Thi made me a total ttl o uf 01
about aboutseventy aboutfventr aboutseventy
174 1 cars ca A car accommodates aoommodat
not allowing for stan standecs standoes tande
seventy fventr passengers alowing
pnger
does de which means mean If I all al the Lle coaches oachM wen wenfilled wer werfleand werefilledand
filled fleand filledand and the need ned for additional adition train trainIndlcatea trln trlnInde traineindicates
indicates Inde that they were werethat werethat that over 13001 13001persona 120 120pn 1200persona
persona loft here for New Haven yesterdaj yesterdajnvimlng yeterday yeterdaymmng yesterdamrnlng
pn nvimlng mmng Not all al of these thee got off 01 at New NestHaven NewHaven NewHaven
Haven but those thcse who did not were a mon mondrop meredp moredrop
drop in the bucket bucketJags bucketJ bucketJage
dp Jags J i s to and ad glad rags 8 remarked rarked a cynic cynlaa cni cnia cynicas <
aa a he looked lok I over the waiting waitn passenger passengerin passenger passengerIn
In truth then therswas thenwas therewas
in the station stton concourse concouT trth
was no limit lml to the clad rags ras Many Manjfolks Manyrolks Manyfolks
folks came cae decked deked out In i their gayest gayestraiment gayestrient gayestratment
raiment rient in i seeming eming defiance detnco of the weather weathermon weathermen weathermen
but comfort comforiwas comfortwas
men as resplendent re plendent as o women comfor
was not not sacrificed scrifce to looks look The football fcotballgirl fcotbal fcotbalgirl footballgirl I
sweater sweaterwhich sweaterwhich
girl can wear wor dingy a looking sweter sweterwhich
which on a 1 man ma becomes beome ugly urly but which whichon whichon hlch hlchon
on her is 1 but a haul baclrund ground forhcr rainbow rainbowradiance ribow ribowrdince rainbowradiance
coats and andumbrellas andumbrlU andumbrellas
radiance rdince Rugs und Ild rubber rbber cotl
umbrellas were wer other articles artde carried by bythe bythe bythe I
the umbrlU sensible ones ont and the scene sene was sug suggestive suggeste suggestlve ¬
gestive of the departure departur of an ocean oe steam steamship stem stemship steamship
geste ship As for the jags jug8 they the were wer few ftwand fewand 11wand
and far A between beteen whatever bottles boUle there therewere ther therwer therewere
Oneor One Oneor Oneor
hidden
were were for the mo neest t past
or wer two were patronized patronIzed d In i lull lul view low of ofnoon ofeerboy ofeverybody
everybody That fellowll ue aBIlep asleep by bynon bynoon
noon non eerboy was 11 a comment relo1 made on one drinker drinkeralready drnler drnleralrlady drinkeralready
already alrlady unsteady and dull dul of eye eyetlon eyeThe eyeThe
The violet Ioletand and the hugetarlshchrsnthe hugeganiah chrysanthe chrysanthemum t tmum
mum were equally In evldenre In the SU eta etalion
er equaly
lion The leaves IlVe and stems Irom many of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the ton chrysanthemums broke off of and Uttered Utteredup Uttrf litteredup
chnsnthemums
up the floor for of the waiting waitng room One had hadto hd hdto hadto
to walk across acro6 the mosaic molc floor foor with llh care careas carea8 careas
as the leaves were Ire os ni tieachtrous when whenstepped whenstepped hen henteppe
stepped on ns I banana h8n8nl peels peelsAt peil peelsAt
teppe At every gate lending lodlng to the trains trl funnel funnelshaped funnelehapd funnelshaped
shaped groups collected the broad end at atthe atthe
ehapd the gate gat grups and then eollt tapering tapring down to a point pointA pint pintA I
A A majority converged at the gate leading leadingto
to majori the 1055 train for Boston one of the last lastto lat lastto
to leave le 10SI so 8 that most of the time In orde order ordertc r rto rt I
to t tc get from fromonesideoftheeonoourse one side of the concourse to the theroom theother
other t one had to go through the waitng waitngrom waiting waitingroom
room There were those thosestand who toe tock k their theirItand theirstand I
stand Itand rom In Tere front of a 0 gate and remained glued gluedthere gluedtherf gluedthere
there therf for or over an hour They Tey were the theIdontlntendtogetleft theIdontIntendtgetIert theIdontintendtngetleft
Idontlntendtogetleft IdontIntendtgetIert kind scarcely arely of ofthe orthe ofthe
the disposition dlspc ton to enjoy a football footbal game gameWith gamp gameWith
With all al the hurry hury and jostling j08tlng and weaT weaTIng weaYIng weavhng
Ing In and out of the awaiting a1 tn passengers passengersthere palenger passengersthere
there were no confusion The Te crowd was waswell wn wnwel waswell
well handled the station fltlon attendants attendantl were werecourteous wer wercourteus werecourteous
wel hended in inex inex inex
courteous and patient ard the crowd was
ex courteus optionally good ptent humor The fussy fUlsy fret fretful tretCui fretful ¬
ful tvne optonaly of travellfir trallor was 1Vn In the minority mlnorltvWell mIMrt mIMrtWpl minorityWell
Well make mlke this our headquarters headquarterssaid hendquRrfT hendquRrfTsd
said sd Wpl a man to his hi wife wfe as I he deposited d p0led Ida hlatickets hl Idatraps
his histickets hiHtcklll
traps on a bench and proceeded to Iet get
1 bnch
tickets Before he returned his wife had hadspied ha hadspied
spied tcklll an acquaintance aquaintanc BfoT and forgot Cor got wfo all al about aboutthe abut abutthe aboutthe
the headquarters hfadqurer It I took the husband ro rolong eolong solong
long to effect a reunion runion he had to take a alate 1 alate
late train efect You need ned a tag and a keeper keeperMary keper keperMar keeperMary
Mary Mar tran he said Rid crossly cr ly as a he picked picke up upbis uphie uphis
his college ag agThere a aTer agThere
There colege passed pld through the station with withescort wit wIthescort
escort Ter a girl with wih a yellow yelow iellow chrysanthe chrysanthemum chljRthe chljRthemlm ¬
esor mum a red rd head hfa headandabuecoat and a blue b1uf coat cot i 1 wonder wonderwhich wondprwhich wonderwhich
mlm
which she isPrinceton is lPrncton Princeton Harvard HaTlr or Yale YaleBxclalmed Yae Yaeeclamed Yalesxclaimed
Bxclalmed se an observer obrer himself hlmAlf wearing earnp a agreen agrn agreen
eclamed
green and pink necktie nekte as the girl plrl of many manyrotors manyoloT manyolors
grn rotors oloT passed by There ler were wer girls glrl8Rwath swathed swathedIn d dIn
In blue hlut and girls lrI18athocln swathed In oran oranUs > a A Acon Aconepicuoul con conspicuous conepicuous ¬
spicuous group was Wa two girls rls alike olke enough enoughto
to o be twins Iroup ringed out from neck to waist waistonsplcuoiiR wnilt wniltin waistLn
in Ln b orangs and rllcd black Itrlpd striped jlrpyI jerseys tl till tillheey
orage
they loked looked like tigresaea Ind and anothlr anothlrconAplcuoUA another anotheronapicteouR
lke tgAS
of three threehubby threehihhy
onsplcuoiiR group was composed compolf thn thnchuhhy
prolp bunches of oflolets orIolets ofiiolets
hubby little girls all al wearing
plrls
ltle
lolets as Al fat as n their cheeks cleeka and furlongs furlongsf
of f blue ribbon ribbonShow rbbon rbbonihow ribbonShow
Show your our tickets tcketH said the tle ytfmon ytfmonand patrmnn patrmnnind gatencanintl
and ihow thereat thlreut ono man who looked Icokfl as a if I hn hnmew hI betknew
knew mew better fished tshN down In his hll ilftpr tlltfrpocket ulster ulsterpocket ilftprjockot
pocket jockot betrr pulled out his hll football COllual ticket tckpt held heldt hele
pulll
it t between hetwen his teelh with an In armful arm Cui of ofrraps ofwapl ofetraptt
i rraps In one hand nnd a lunch blkct wicket in inhe Inthe inhe
wapl the he othor He woke olm up to the fact that thatils thathi lentcia
cia railroad not his hlf football footbal ticket tcket was wasvantod wasantred as aswante
hi vantod rnlroal Just in time to save ve the latter late from fromlng fromeing
wante tme
1 eing lng lnp punched punchedThe ptmlhN punchedThe I ITle
The Princeton team pushed 11e Its IH way to aupeclal a aipeclal alpcnl
ipeclal Tle PrnCton train shortly Hhorty p1 before he fore 11 1 oclockind oclock oclockand occlockend
lpcnl and as soon ns S recoenlzed rcOml1 thee tlll players were werehpereO wereheered crf crfchere1
allon
hpereO lustily hlltiy Instil They Tho look husky hl lItll I and andletcrmlned an1ntlrmlne andletermined
letcrmlned enough to win but will that thovvos thataa
wlthl wlthlWI
vos ntlrmlne aa nskod and enouph that was 1 the question qUE tlon that thatvns thatwa thatvita
WI vita uppermost alkA In the minds of all al as train trainifter trainnfl trainefter
wa upprmolt
nfl ifter train pulled pulr out outus outDE outrE
DE us rrrs trTTS PLACE i IX HISTORY HISTORYit 11STOm 11STOmAt I1ISTO RI RIIt
At it Princeton Ilnotton He Ic la 1 vow ow One nr or the tht Greatest GrentrstAthlelM Grratttt GrrattttAthleftTho GreatestAthlettiTIce
AthlelM AthleftTho The Urll UI Is 1 Ringing BlnclnsPRINCETON DlnFlnr DlnFlnrPRNCETON RingingPntrcnvo
PRINCETON PRNCETON N J Nov 14 HPrlnctons HPrlnctonsroot 14Princetons 14Princetonsootball Princetons Princetonsootball
root ootball Ln season f0n has ha ended In a blazo blae of glory glorynd glol glorymd
and nd John De Witts Wlttl name will 1 go down downn downIn
In n hor history hlstor as a one of her greatest gratest ath athetes atieetes I
etes With Wih but the nucleus nucleul of a team that thatast thathll thattint
hll tint year was wa beaten batcn by Yale to build buid up upi I Ia
a i I team wa with and very few promising prom lng fresh freshnen rrah freshnen I Imen
nen the season Iun was wn begun mgun Tho early earlyauiea earlyaulon I
glUll auiea nvra jiuyod JilY wide hl tfttlilh Ltllhi Ceiiii loo l light lighto H51
to o show any Improvement In the tht Tiger line lineind linend
and not until unti the heavy heav Bucknell Ducknel eleven elevenvaa elevenwa elevenrae
wa rae held firmly frmly did Princeton PrlncCtol students studentset
et ft a glimmer glmmer of the fact that although althoughIB althoughIl
Il IB team was 1 a light lght one It was wa capable capableif
of if f great grclt things The TI6 next game ramp of any anynoment anymoment anynoment
noment was WI played with the strong and andicavy andhea andcavy
hea cavy Dartmouth Dnrmouth team and again the thoTigers theTlgcT theigers
TlgcT Tigers refused rfu to be b scored ord on although althoughetty athough athoughhammer althoughaniniered
hammer aniniered pretty pTty etty hard hardeke hr hardMany
M Many atbcles setbaclee eke were lIr encountered encounter during durn
el Cod Co
i IMPORTERS IMPORTERSwe
we opened a Show Room at at38th at381h at38th
38th and 39th Streets for forwing forurng foruring
urng wing the Horse Show and andich andch
ch Novelties Novclies and manutacteeive manutact manutacteceive manutac
1 the same attention atenton as asiment a
EL CO CO COt COAvenue
a
I t Avenue Avenuethe
the Intervening InteMcong weeks wko but bt Do D D Witt and th thcoaches te tecohe tncoaches
It and afte afteminds aftethee
coaches cohe kept unflinchingly uninchigly at I an ar arthe
the Cornell game amo athoug although Corel Cornell proYO proYOweak rIe
wek weak the Tlgr Tigers showed mrke marked im improvemelit m mprovemnt
provemnt provemelit lhere here il is no quelon question In thy thyminds
minds of the Princeton Printon eleven that tat f fYale rYale aoee aoeeYale
Yale today tooay there ther was WI a determination determinationfight dtnnto t4 t4fight t
fight tght to the Ile very lost Iot ditch dt and d every Prince Princoton Pro Princeton
ton man In had ha er confidence confdenc in the team tem too tooTo t tooTo
To 0 the faithful word of Head Hea Coach CoaclMlllebrand Cc CoachMillebrand
Mlllebrand Mr MI Fine wor Eddie Holt Smith SmithKing Smth SmthKln SmithKing
Mlebrand Fne Edi HOlth
King Kln Balllot Blot and ad the others other much muc much crodl crodlIs crlt crltII crediIa
Is II due dnl and Jim Robinson Roblnaonwho RoblIn who had ba the te Tiger Tigerin TigerIn Tgn TgnIn
in such good condition cnditon mu must t not be b for forgotten torgoten forgotten
gotten goten as goo a factor in the great victory victoryTho victor victoryThe
te gat
Tho bell bl on Old Od Nassau Nalu has 10 beenrlnglnj beenrlnglnjfor bn been rinsing rinsingror ringiretfor
for several Iverl hours hour and those to who remained remalnecin rmned rmnedIn remainedin
in town tow are ar celebrating clehmtng with wit songs eg inc anccheers and andcheen incchceerue
cheers cheen The b residents of Princeton Prntn wit wildo witdo
do well wel to look rdent carefully carruly after atr their tbel gatei gateiand gat gataand
and sheds on Monday night for then Uen the thichampionship thochampionship theehampionitleip
championship shees bonfire honfr will wl ft take place pla ana and I1 I1Is It ItI I Ilit
Is I safe to say RY It will wl be b the greatest gTatlt evei eveiburned eTr eTrblre evetbprned
burned blre over the te historic hltor cannonU cannon cannonW Cnon CnonW
W U F COKLI0 COKL O A 4 SUICIDE SV1CIDKThe
The t Missing MlutDI Nrmburgh Man Left Lf letter letterAfklnc Ltel LettenAsking
Asking AikS ForgivenessNEWBIJDOII Forgiveness ForgivenessNEWBUBOU ForahPt ForahPtNEWBUBGI
NEWBUBOU NEWBUBGI Nov 14 UTher 14There There seems ems U Ube t t tbe
be no doubt of the suicide lulolde of William WUla F FConkllng FConklng PConkhing
Conkllng Conklng the music dealer deaer who left his wife wifeand wie wiead wifeand
and ad daughter dlghtr In i New York last Wednesday Wednesdayevening Weneay Weneayeveong Vedneedaevening
evening eveong and nd whose hat and ad ooat wen wenfound wer werefound
found on the steamboat sth dock dok here Thuradaj Thuradajmorning Thuray Thuraymoroag Thuredamorning
morning moroag Roaooe Ho Conkllng Conklng a son sn wan WI wasstudent e estudent a astudent
student in Amherst Amhert College Colege and d was WI caller callechome cle callerhome
home suddenly sddenly This Thl morning morin a lettei leUeifrom letteifrom lettr lettrCrom
from Ida hi father rater addressed adree to t him at college collegefollowed colee coleerolowe collegefollowed
followed rolowe liim h1n home and ad in i it his h father Cathe tolc tolchim tolahm tolchIm
him hm he > was WI discouraged dlouraped and ad was Wo goins goinsto goin gointo
to do away with himself hlm l and ad that he hail hailbetter ha hacbetter
better come home and devote devot himself tc tctho tothe tcthe
the care ca of his mother and sistersThe sisters sistersThe elte
The safe has hl been ben opened and Id In i it a lettei letteiand letr letrand letteiand
se
and a will 11 have been opne found The will willleaves wi willleaves
leaves leavO everything eerthln to the wife and ad the lettei letteito leter leterto letteito
we
to her says that lately he had been bn unfor unfortunate unrortunate unforteenate ¬
tunate In financial fnancal speculations and d al although although ¬
spulatons a
though he had always alway tried tre to t do right rht hewas he hewas hewa
was wa discouraged dourae lie le thought that the thefamily thefaiy thefamily
family faiy could get along better bttr without him liinand himand himand
and asked Mko them to forgive him for rol the therash therllh therash
rash rllh act at he was 6 about abut to commit cmmit He star alscsaid ao aoaid starsaid
said Street StreetMr StreetMr StreetMr aid that tht he had ha lost lo t his money in Wall WallStreet Wal WalStreet WallStreet
Mr ConkltnR Conln was WB in litigation ltgaton with wth th thLudwlfc the theIudwl theLudwig
Ludwig Iudwl Piano Company and it Is II not known knownwhether knon knonwhether knowewhether
whether this thi or the financial tnnclalOe flnnel losses or both bothinduced bth bthI bothinduced
induced Induce him to take tlke his hi life le The river rver h hbeing I isbeing
I being bing dragged drR f for his hi body by His H disappear disappearance dpp ¬
ance is the talk of the town townURS townMRS
91 MRS ns RRVXS BU S KILLS KILS HERSELF HERSELFLived B ILPJRSELFUverl lELF lELFUnd
Lived In BrooklynNersoes BrookljTi DrookltNtMou Nerronf flehsslor B lavor a > 1or Ne Netlord No Notiord >
tlord Uotd Before the Fatal Fata Shot ShotMrs ShotMr IhotMrs
Mrs Mr Catherine Ctherne Bruns Brn IS year eua old the thewife te tewfo thewife
wife wfo of John Brunt Brn who is i a collector cler for foiTrommers torTronuers forTronuners
Trommers Tronuers Brewery Brewer committed cmite suicide suicideshortly sucde sucdehorly suicideshortly
shortly horly before bfore noon yesterday Cteray in i the te Port PortOffice PO PeatOffice
Office Ofc at Glendale Gendale Queens Quen Borough BoroughA Barugh BarughA
A man who saw w her kill ki herself henl hearse said she sheentered sheenter sheentered
entered enter the Post Office Otc several rvenl times tO and andeach ad adeach andeach
each time looked loked at the directory drl and ad then thenwalked ten thenwalked
walked out and dcwn the street stret a short shortdistance ahor shortdistance
distance dtnc She Sheactedas acted acte aa aI if abe was W8 waiting waitingfor watig watigfor waitingfor
for some Noe one and seemed see to t be b out ou of 01patlenc ofpateno ofpatjeeto
patlenc because bec4ule he did not appear appearThelast appearThe
pateno Thelast T The last time tme she came In app she Ihe looked loked at atthe a atthe
the clock clok In the store t r then put her hand inher In Inher Inher
her bosom bsom pulled puled out a revolver and nd quick quickIred quc
a 05 a tah flash put put It to her rght right tmple tempe Id Idfr and andtrod
trod Death was instantaneous Instateou A latter lattern ltr ltrIn
fr In n her pocket led le to her Identification IdentificationMrs Identcton IdentctonIr
Mrs Ir Jcket Brine Brns lived lved In a neat ne two story toryand toryandbaRment and andmsement andbasement
baRment basement frame cottage ctage at 07 17 7 Skillman Skilimanivenue Skillmanvenue Skiman Skimanavonue
venue Williamsburg Wilameburg with her husband husbandnd hUlbnd hUlbndInd husbandtnid
Ind tnid nd their eight year old son A sIster of ofIrs oCMr of1rs
Mr Irs Brns Brims sold sd last night nightMy nightMy nIghtMy
My sisters Rters home life lCe was WI happy and andhe andIhe andthe
Ihe he must mUlt have been ben temporarily tempomrly out of her herilnd hermind hermind
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