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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
LEHIGH-LAFAYETTE TILT HOT.
MANUAL CALLS OFF GAME.
SCRUBS HOLD ARMY EVEN.
TO BATTLEFIELD TO-DAY
Eetmce Sh-ps (o Now London,
Join Linemen and Drill in
IIolol To-iiioithv Xifht.
GET A UOi;SIXO SEXDOFF
Strident Body at Final Trootiop,
and .MiihS .Mei'tin: Lends
CAiirmiPOic, M Nov. 20. With col
ore flyln,: nnd i". redid ly thrlr band the
entire w, - .i o i e body at Harvard
trooped citron l'i Soldli t Kteld to-day to
cheer ItH 'jfvui on to Now Haven. Tor
nearly on hcur tho stadium echoed tho
o.heerr. und roups, whllo the students
watched the men In whom auch high hopes
ore placed run through their last signal
practice on thn Homo field. The under
CTaduutrn arc confident that thin will be
Harvard' i yei.'. bo know little about the
are boln offered. lUrv.ird la backing its
team well, hut. as Coach Uaughton said
t last nUhl'e crew dinner, tin teams are
closely matched, and aa are the trams
a aso tho chano s for winning the cam.
All of tho iil.iyurs, besides the head
oooch and trainer, were cheered on the
Hold, and to-ntght at the lint! mow meat
leg in the lL'irvurd Union there was mom
nthul:r- Ooach Ilnnrhton talked to
tile boy, and to did Coach lary and
Capt. Wendell Them was a nwt cheer
ful tone to tho speeches, and the last
word of thi hc.id cn.uih wan that Harvard
y?A a ntdemlid team and ono that de
BiTTert to win.
Ucfoco the undergraduates came down
to Cie tii-ld to-day tho vnrMty men and
(be sjuVitltutm had an hour' secret prao
i ck. Thore waa no scrimmage and the
' drill ww much easier than the one ye
tarflaj; The varsity lined up a It will
atart ftv Vain name. Trumbull has been
. oomlr.f back fist for two dayu and nt he
la apoeiller than Drlncoll. If not quite ao
' iieavy und ttrony, It is the lntejitlon to
put hlia In :it rlKht irurud to atart tho
i ajme. Harvard wantn all !ta speed at
ithe beglanltiK of the game, an the couchee
foal that tho eleven's ohance to win Is to
i bit Yale with spoed and all the Meres
I atvnca tho Crimson pvssi-sse.
Thar U no lonjjor any doubt na to the
makeup ut' tl.i buck sleld. It Hal d wick
lrae back tn the drill to-dty, lUUtoush ho
has not recovered from hie bad cold. He
ran through rdgnale and also took part In
the defensive work. The varsity naed
vcrythlnq '.1 had behind the tweret prac
tice feniv. Hrlckley continued to make
accurate uhout at the palrt and scored
twice by lro- kick from the 25 yard line.
To-night th recond team held Its break
ing tralnlriK dinner. Itu work la finished
and all thn m-mit-ora of tot e-nib will bo
taXen tn N-r.v Haven Saturday us the
rueets of th tnn.nase.mont.
The players who will go to New ITaven
to-morr-'.v niornln Mill leave IV ton at
10 o'clock and wl return to New Ixindon
for dinner Practically all of the varsity
coaches will acasnpany the vancu&rd to
Yale VMi. Tho linemen arrl hubatltutea
will H.irt from Combrldgi nt 3 o'clock
Friday nfte-noon, so that the only work
that the olt.von aa a wholo will have will
be a ehort slsnal drill In the hotel at New
London Friday nlsht.
YALE STILL SOREMAGLTO.
nt Meloo To-oar Will Baa Hard
Part of Prtmlnsp Cnstlea Better.
Nr' Havew, Nov. 20. The varsity had
a eluirt ln hot scrimmage with tho aruba
this atti-ruoou and ther vrtll be a light
scrlmnw" to-morrow, Phllb'.n, Flynn.
UomJsler and Oallauer all were out of
the ramo to-d.iy except that tho two
backs wri In for a few minutes at the
clore. They had recitations and didn't
fro out until late. Pendleton, who ao
cordloc to report. waa laid up for the
aeaon, waa In hla old place, Rt right
cuard brtKht and chlpp-r aa ever this
afterno-m and except lor the absentees
noted ulov9 the team was the same as
Btaxtod tho game against Prlnoeton.
OUe and Carter wen the enda and Pum
Oelly and Markle tho backe.
Thoro were two touchdowns. TTv firtrt
was made by Puntpclly after ehort ad
vsuxvm by Spaldlnt; and himself up the
field. He didn't try to kick a goal. The
oond touchdown waa made by Markle,
"Who wfit through right guard for seven
yards. He didn't try for a goal either.
"Wheeler, who started tho game later, was
(replaced by Cornell and Dyer. There Is
a, question as to whuther Loftus is folr.iT
to be dls(iiialL1ed by tho faoulty beoaupu
at low standing In his studies. Head
Coach Howe 1 o get an answer from
tha faculty to-morrow. Many substitute
wore ued in tho lineup to-day. Head
nd Arnold both got In at guards and
StartlnK at vritrn. Raker went in tho
The condition l" Casting, who 1 at the
Infirmary, Is Ic.iorved to kucIi an extent
that he may on able to lea- thern to
morrow, tn.tiffh he cannot play Haturday.
Oallaii'T has a had inrt over one eye.
Tom Khevlln la practically In charge at
tho field, with Howe giving his entire at
tention to the iiiarterlacks.
NAVY LINEUP UNDECIDED.
hea experiment With Tactile
and Ontrn Candidate.
Ajtkai'OUb, Md , Nov. 20. Secret prac
tice aj-rtln was the rule at the Naval
Academy this afternoon, the time being
devoted to hard footlmll, as well as to a
number of few plaH which will bo used
agalnht the Ann) eleven. Not only Is It
lecognlzeil tl.at thn whole team needs
plenty of haul work to nt It .nto Mi.ipu
by the end of next mk, hut there are
ncn-eral position- In the lino which urn
ntlll open nnd heveral candidates for each
ara llplitlni; It out Ni itlier tneltlo Is
nctuall ' tied, tli .i.gh Kail and itaWtm
havo fairly strong holds on tho place.
Hell, YtLxi 'ti. I.'.iiii..i. ,i tiU Latitude ale
Btlll jwm!i iIi.'u. Wall.er and Perry aio
both htroti oi'ternler.i for the centre
place, V.iukii iu.- morn experience, but
Porry is heavier nnd has shown much
Improvt tnetit temttly.
Iiarrlm; r-oddent llio final urrHngcmf nt
of the luck le hi Is almost certain to he:
Quarterb.uk, Capt. Hodea ; halfbacks,
Leonard iunl Meileavy . fullback, 11. Har
ilson, Ho..i, ('apt. i'.udej has not
been nb1. to play tlirout.li many whole
KUIIICH tills ye. if and the tieeeHslty of
liavlnK no' il ieib.it!tuUH for the phut po
sition !a reou.-iiUwl. NIcholls nnd Mllo
uro ifoiti'", miieii .t'li itllon In th,H con
nection, will. Ilir laHt htillliaek BUliHtl
tute are L oi.ar.l, I'oek, Al 'tajider und
Two luillnii It.'erlvr .SpnnklnK.
Cajilislh. J'.t, .".-ov. 20 Seldom has the
prurtico i-.io-- n re on the Curlitle Indian
football tit Id lie, n so lireiim ns the ore
played her, th's afternoon between vaislty
and scrub levi ns. i;mnh Wnnier worked
Ills binve.s up Inlo the dtirknesn. Tim
flgnal pra'tl.-e was imuked by two sound
hpankltikH u I'nltilfti led to Cnlso and Cnes
back by their teuminatcH for small f.'iulls
of Inattention to the nimials. The In
diana bad a re,it deal of fun nt llio ex
pense of th men caught napping, The
Indian plaxcrs aio liecotidng most critical
judges of errors on the part of their fel
low pin en and do not allow the slight
eat Innttentlon to thit to rucape unpun
ished. To-i1ii'h hcrlti'imige was tho last
home lineup Carlisle will have this Bea
con In all probability, signal practice helm;
used exclusively until tho Brown came on
Kern Itlrnla Meet fatordny Thrlr
Bluirrt llimr Football lnlr.
Amotiir neit KaMirday's football irnmes
Hie nritniiil l.nfayette. I.elilRh encounter
loom ui on the lilBKrst of tin-ye.ir In their
section. No game of Hie year will rep-i!-nt
kn'iicr rivalry. Of the two eleven
I.ehlRh 1ih the better record, hut records
don't ko for much In lootb ill, and any
way there are happenlns during th
feaeon which offfet In pait la'hlKh'a bet
ter tecoid. l.nfayette won fiom .Mulilen
hert;, L'U to 3, uliere.iji I.ehlnh beat Mull-lenb-rr
only 7 to 3. The lespertlve scores
of l..if.ielte :uul -I.ehlKh against I'rslniM
were M to 0 and 12 to 0, showliiR thn
rivals to be even as to that common op
ponent. 1, hli;h, however, vanquished fiwarth
more, .1 to 0. wheteas Lafayette lot to the
1-lttle yuakere, 22 to'O, The Kastonlan
have n Mctory over Penn to point to, al
though Swtirthmore bent IVnn. In total
polnlK for and against I. ''hitch with 10
72 Is far nliead of l.afnyetto.wlth St-flS.
The only teams t.ehlnh has been beaten
by are Princeton and Carllln. Lafayette
has hut to Swarthmore, Ynle, .Syracuse
nnd Hrown. There Is talk of certain Le
high men not being allowed to piny be
caure of alleirod Ineligibility There was
talk of Princeton protesting u LehlKh man
or two Just bfore tho llethlehemltes
played the Tig-era.
It ha been three years since a olnt
wai aoored In a Harvard-Yale gtaah and
sixteen yeara since points were made by
both aides. Another mattor of Interest tn
connection with Saturday's clash Is that
the puntlns will be done by two south
feet Lefty Klynn vs. lefty Felton.
In re Ooach Haughton'a complaint that
Dartmouth's play List Saturday wn un
duly touch It may be mentioned that no
I'artmouth plsyrr haa been illsqualllled
for rough tactics this fall, while a Har
vard player has Wen.
Now that Quarterbacks are belna nicked
for the "nil" team i fo.i tm' i i . i
mania which ertps us all It Is worth
while notlnr that tha 1m -.,thf
tensive, nacon of 'ilyan. Crowther of
Hrown. Pazzettl of Lehigh and -Miller of
Penn State aro In the lltnllphl. Thn hl.
cer lnstitutlon Harvard, Yale, Princeton,
Penn and Cornell, are all eldelrackej so
far as contributing to this Important po
sition Is concerned.
A tennle bug- wrltea in to aay that rum
pellys field goal waa a let and that he
should have had another nerve. While
going Into rapture over the field goal
ability of Briclcley It la timely to observe
that Bernle Trafford of Harvard drop
kicked three from tho 30 yard line
against Cornell In one runo; that Sprack
Ilng of llrown place kicked three from
the 30 yard line ajrainat Yale In one
I game! that nckersall of Chicago drop
kicko vnree against Wisconsin from the
26 yard line In one game; that Watklnson
of Yale drop kicked two against Penn and
one against Princeton from the 35
yard line In one season; that De Witt of
Princeton placs kicked two from the E0
yard line In one season and from various
shorter distances ; that Pat O'Dea drop
kicked one from the CO yard line: that
Capron of Minnesota drop klckd two
from the 4C yard line In one game, and
other cases too numerous to mention.
MICHIGAN H0K0ES 17 HEROES.
Plarera neeelre "ats" for eaann'e
Worli Mnny llnnir .tntera.
Attn, Akbob. MleJu Nov. 20, "Ms"
were awarded this evening to members of
the Michigan varsity for 1!12. who In the
opinion of the captain, trainer, munnger
and gradun'e manager were mot entitled
to the honor. This Is one eis than
awarded last season, but la In lino with
the general average.
The men selected were;
Capt. Oeorge C. Thomson, Cadlllan
Mich. : Clement Quinn. Paglnaw, Mich. ; O.
a Carpel!, Saginaw, Mich.; James II.
Craig. Detroit. Mich.: It. H. Torbet, De
troit, Mich. ; Miller H. Pontius, Clrelevtlle,
Ohio; It H. Htiebel, Menominee, Mich. I
(Jeorge Piterson. Detroit. Mich . 'S.-nef!
C Almendlnger, Ann Arbor, Mich. ; Mi
chael Boyle. Duluth. Minn, i Charles Bar
ton, Louisville, Ky ; Thomas Bushnell.
Cleveland, Ohio ; K F. Hu?hltt, nscanaba,
Mich, i James C Muser. Akron. Ohio
William Cole, Cedar Kpringn, Mich. : James
W Raynesford. Detroit. Mich., and W. If.
Collet. Menominee. Mich.
Only two of these mun are receiving the
letter for the third time, Capt. Thomson
and Quinn. Carpell, Craig, Torbet, Pon
tius, Iluebel, Patorson are being honored
for the fceuond time, while for the balance
of the playern this Is the first time that
they have been admitted to the inner cir
cle. One of the surprlslnie things la the num
ber of Michigan men on the honor list, and
it la proof that not many athletes of prom
ise are coming to the Wolverine school
from other Rtaten. From the above llit.
some one will be elected tn tha next few
days to fill the shoes of Capt. Thomson.
N. Y. U. SHOWS FLASHES.
First Mnnla florvba, Tliett Latter
Hold Tight for a Spell.
New York T'nrveralty'a football practice
yesterday nftemoon waa one of the hard
est of the season. The varsity and scrub
were nt It hammer and tongs for over
an hour. For tha first ten minutes th
regulars smashed through their opponents
about as they pleased and carried the
ball the length of the Held on first downs.
Then the second team's line strengthened
nnd for another period of about ten
minutes they held Arm, and In fact twice
threw the first team back for louse?.
Oradually, however, mom consistent tram,
work nnd better Interference showed Je
suits, nnd the varsity again began mak
ing loni? gains.
McDermott, who has been out of tho
game for some tlmo on account of 111
nees, was playing nKaln at full, allowing
Vesely tn go back to his old position nt
lackle. Creat things are expected of Me
Dermntt noxt season, nnd his work to
day showed that his sickness bad not
hurt him much. Knpnor, tho plucky llttlo
freshman quarter, who made a touchdown
In tit llrst game last faturday, still was
In Huntley n place calllnis the signals.
ERASMUS OUTSPEEDS JAMAICA.
nivlna: Annr I'omidnirr Doesn't
Keep I'lva From ICnay Victory.
The Hrosmus basketball team easily
defeated the heavy Jnmlc.i live yeter
dny at tho Fourteenth Iteglment nrmory.
scorn 37 to 13. Hrnsmus, although' muctt
lighter,' bad no trouble outplaying the Ja
maica team and showed a vast Improve
ment In team work anil shooting nlnrn Us
Traumas. Position. Jamaica.
firry Left forward (ierllnir
I'.vans Illelit forunrd Ninllev
.vnwnru Centre lips
Miirn'iy Ifi uunrd Kse.iln
Kaufman Illilit guard.... Ti n lin t
Score -KravTius, ,11: Jamnk'A, 1.1. Goal from
"eld Grey a, I'vans 0. ,Seiwnrtr .1. Iill.t. a, tier
ling .1. Goal from foul Krliwaru a, Jill s I.
I.cIiIkIi S'iimt I'p Poorly,
rtntmi nnTiii.uitKM, Pi., Nov. 20
Tbeio vu llltli) satisfaction fiom tli's
afternoonH praetli-e nt LmilKli A'"onl
lug to Coach Keady, It was the w in
attnrniion's work nf lh. ,,.wn,i mi.a t . .,
HorliiitnagK of the year wna held lull
afternoon. It proved a lleree off air, In
U'lilfll tile vnHnltv wnn tiKla t., o..
LAVAVKITi: . Million
- . I'orty-jUth (!me
EoilOD, Pil, Bt. November Jd, '.SO P. U
CiM'dinnls' Kornior .Mannjrpr In
fontied as to His Pres
MAY BK AFTKIt PHILLIES
Gnffnoy Kcfnscs to Sell Huston
in Order to Buy (lie
Ilcger Itreptialnn, the deposrd manager
of the Mt Lou! Cardinals, slipped Into
town Tur day night from Toledo nnd met
Hoi ace Voce!, president of tho Philadel
phia club, at I lie Hotel Sotnersot. Focel
registered at the hotel and spent the night
thore, but left early yesterday morninr.
Hrvsnnhan, who Is Mopping at the home
of relatives, dropped Into National League
hendqunrteis yesterday afternoon for a
secret confab with president M'ncn, De
llnvlne that his visit would not become
Whether the meeting of Bresn&han and
Vogel was an accident or whether they
had on appointment to talk over a posal
ble sale of the Philadelphia club to per
sons who are deeply Interested In Bpesna
han's future In baseball could not be
learned. They did not ivina togothor ojtaln
yeterday, however, for tho Philadelphia
man ws busy talking terms with the
members of a local syndicate which elands
rendy to pay $700,000 for tho Philadelphia
club'M stock and tho property on which
the ground are locuted,
ItreFnahan's vllt to Lynch was not die
cusjfd bj the latter, but It was learned
last night tht the former manager of tho
Cardinals asked for nlllel.il Information
as to his etatus as a National League as
pet. Hresnahan was Informed that after
ho hail re.-e'vfd his unconditional release
from the v Lou:. club clalma were Hied
by the Pittsburg, Chicago and Cincinnati
clubs fcr !us re. vices.
Itoer produced two contract with the
St. Louis club One wm a regular
player's contr.iet containing a ten days
release cl.'U and calling for a yarly
salary of JlO.001 for a term of five years.
The other km a manater's contract for
similar term at tne same salary with a
clause to the erfeet tb.it Bresn.xhan could
enforce it In case he was Incapacitated as
a player. It aUo was stipulated that as
a player-manager Hresnahan would re
ceive 10 per cent of the yearly profits.
It was pointed out to Btesnahan that
the pt. Louis club hnd let him out by ex
erclnlns the right to serve the ten days
notice in hie player's contract and that as
he hd not bn dKihled on the diamond.
th manager's contract would not hold
water. HreMiihon was further Informed
that he could not open negotiations with
American Leatue clubs until all National
League club had waived clt!m; also that
there was no time limit In which the Na
tional Iawiik could be forced to cut the
Hresnahan admitted that he had opened
negotiations with several National Leasuc
olubs He would not deny that he had
received offers t elgn with the Pirates
and Cubs, but be refused to go Into de
talis, lie said that h bad a claim agalnt
the Ht. Louis club which. In the opinion of
couuel, entltb 1 him to $40,000 coveilng
II per vnt. of the fronts for the next
four years. He rtated that the St. Lout?
club had cffeird to compromise with him
but that he wirn't in a mood to talk busi
ness Just noi
There wa e rumor that Bresnahan had
come to town to seek an engagement with
the Boston Nationals as catcher In the
place of John Kllng, but President James
I. Oaffney was not at his office when
The Svs mm called in search of in
formation. Bresnahan assumed an air
of mystery when asked about Fogel. It
wa hinted that he had incelvetl an in
vitation ftorn Fopel to make an offer for
the Philadelphia club Inacmuch as Roger
w.ut ready to pay 500.000 for tho fit.
Louis franchlso a year ago, being the rep
resentative of a syndicate of wealthy
"ItreEnihan called on me," eald Presi
dent Lynch last night, "but I arft not at
liberty to ay what was the nature of his
business He Just dropped In unexpect
edly and then eald he was going rlaht
back o Toledo."
There are no negotiations between
Bresnahan and the owner of the High
landers, contrary to report, and It niiy be
said that the Hilltop club will not mako
an offr for lloer's nenlces, even if he
becomes a free urent.
A story waa circulated, apparently on
excellent authority, that recently C. W.
Murphy of the Cubs asked President Ooff
ney of the Boston club to eell hla plant
and franchise in the Hub and become the
owner of the Philadelphia olub. It also
was said that prior to Murphy's sugges
tion Fogcl made a lmllar proposition to
Gaffney, but that In each Instance Gaffney
ptnmptly declined .O.iffney's friends say
that he Is well satisfied with his Boston
lnvetrnent and tint under new and more
favorable conditions than have existed In
the past he expects to make the National
League a financial winner in Beantown.
It was learned, by the way, that the offer
of Cohan & Harris for the Philadelphia
club, exclusive of the property, was not
In excess of $2f,0,000.
The status of Frank Chance, sold re
cently to the Cincinnati club by the Cubs
for the waiver price of $1,600, was cleared
up yesterday. President Lynch sold that
If Herrmann should make the pending
deal for Joe Tinker and did not care to
retain Chance it would bo necessary under
tho rules of the national agreement to
a.K anain ior waivers on the Peerless
Leader. In other words Herrmann would
hnvn to fink iviyh nt thn Vnllnn.l T ,
club to relinquish claim upon Chance sd
uiai nn coum tie rcieaseq outright or sold
to some American league club for any
nrloe 1hll1 tlin flnptriM-ltl mnr-Mntu ml!..
see fit to ask. Before the Cubs sold
i -nance to tne iteas all other National
League clubs waived, but that waa nulli
fied ItV ttm 1.,fV4n nt lh.
period nfter tho sale had been registered
u-i ictiKtie ncsoquartrs.
President Farrell of the Highlanders
received a formal nottoe yesterday to tho
effect that tho annual fall meeting of thn
Amorlcan League will no held'ln Chicago
on Doceinber 1 1. The schedule meeting
of the league will convene here In Fobru
ary. OLD F0RDHAM STAR REPORTS,
AI Williams, Former Centre, Ahlnra
nt Fullbaclc n Drrlmmstr,
With thn Itensselaer game almost at
hmil and four of Fordhnm'B star men out
of tho lineup, tho roacblntr staff Is work
ing ngalnn time. A I Williams, thn fam
ous ciintro of the Maroon ' old lighting
team, whose parents objicft'd to his tlon
nlnB football togs, was In the lineup yes
tei lay. Wl'll'iius Is a giant nnd tho best
developed minjn thn tinlvetslty, After
ti aching I'l'ii Hie Initial shifts Coach
Tint n tried blm nt fullback against thn
t'.ini'iltice TllKh eleven. Tile way Will
I: nu tou. up the line for twenty and thirty
atiln I'.im a welcome sight. His great
luutlit and pi'culnir tyl of running, to-r-eiber
w.lli his never falling straight nrm
m 'veil lnn well.
The I'oi'dliam roaches nro delighted
ovi r this new star ami Coach Thorp will
give him his Individual attention to-day
mid to-tnorroiv Taylor ran tho team ut
quarter In place of Scliafmelster, who In
on tho hospital list. Dunn, who reported
ai Her In thn senson, hut then suffered a
badly wtenched knee, was out yesterday,
nnd It looks ns though he will make a
good rmmlne mate for Williams, as he
arrU4 Ut peua&s at ft refit aUtx
Ticket Dlspnte With Brooklyn Prr
Caaae of Cancellation.
The Manual-Brooklyn Prep fame has
been cancelled by Mr. Dickie of Manual.
There wa some dispute about the sell
ing of tickets. When It became npparent
that ntt agreement could not be reaehrd,
lie wrote calling off tho game. Manager
llog.in of Brooklyn Prep Is trying to
tlx matters, but has not much hope for
sticcets. If the game by any chance Is
played It will ho at Washington Park on
Poly Slerla the Ileal rtilna.
Tho Poly football tquad has been put
ting In a hard week of practice In pop
ulation for tho hard Last Orange tamo
Hatutday. Bast Change has one of the
fusttst high school teams In this p.nt of
the country. This Is shown uy the defeat
of Manual by a score of 17 to 0, and J!os
High, scuio 40 to 0, Meennn of Poly, who
played such a linn game against Adelphl
huit his leg, but will bo In the game Sal-
urvlay. It will bo played at Hast Orancc.
eh. -II. iinn. I. n,in.
Charlle Downs, a tackle of the Commer -
clal football team, will not be ablo to play
again tills season. He broke a bone In bis
wrist while boxin the other night. He
is said to be quite a scrapptr.
il orris Men Get Letter.
Tho winners of the "il" at Morris High
School for football for the season of 111',
which cloeod last Saturday In the gam Wetmore, chairman of tho meeting. These
with Clinton, havo been announced. Thoy I men am considered to be muoh In favor
ure Grill, Weinberger, Schnablc, Sackc- o"f racing. They are William C. Poert
lower, Htone. iicott, O'Haru, Cheer, Stra- ner, George IL Robertson and E. C. J.
than, Huggcnwlg. Uargan, Manley, McShane, who ran the two recent race
Rhodes, Craft, Kelleher, Plough and Man- ' mrt.t.i nt Brighton Beach and sent out
uger Davis. Participation In four games 'the call for the meettns; Burton S. Brown,
entitle, n nt.iver t.i tlm Mr-hnnl letter. The u wetter on football : James C Nichols.
Clinton and Commerco gumcs each count
it.. 'I'h.. el..,flnn .if rjntnln
and manager for I'Jli will take place,
Elnatla a Morris .star.
Dick liusU-. who has been elected cap-
tnln of the Wesleyari football team tor
tne 1S13 teasoii. though u graduate of
Now Vork Military Academy and a
ball man there In his s?nior yoar. was ono
of Moirls High School's star athletes dur-
Ing his three years stay at that school. I
Hick played tackle two years at the '
Bronx institution. The lost year the team '
the city championship. EusUs waa
n also as a hurdler at Morrla.
StayTesnnt Works on Pass.
Football practlco yesterday at Stuy-
vej.int Field In preparation for the final
came with Clinton Saturday consisted
solily In execution und breakin; up of the
forward pass. Capt. llvichert was in tho
lineup for the llrst time slnco the Com
merce game two wceas ugo. Although he
still limps, his piesutico seemed to Umpire
ginger in his men.
Plaahlns Practice Knded.
The Flushing football team received Its
lost workout uf the season yesterday In
preparation for tho llnal game against
Hushwlck on Saturday. Tho team will
try- to land a victoty in order to escape
from being unanimously awarded the cel
lar championship, A tie with Stuyvesant
Is the only creditable showing llio team
has made, to date.
Bryant Five Disappointed.
The Bryant basketball team la still in
tho depths of a bad slump. The scrub
team was victorious In yesterday's prac
tice and after the game Coach Ellert gave
the arslty a warm lecture, Intimating
that a uhakcup was forthcoming urilesa
the team showed a dbclded Improvement.
UenoCM! of tho second team looks like
the met promising candidate to till In If
a, shakeup of tho regulars materializes.
Klchmond Hill called off the game with
Bryant to-day at the laet moment. Tho
loss of several players due to their failure
to como up to tho standard in the mid
term marks was the only reason given by
the Richmond Hill authorities.
Jersey City Cancels Game.
For some unknown reason Jersey City
High School has cancelled Its game with
Curtis, which waa scheduled for Saturday.
Manager George Klrby of Curtis got In
cumunlcatlon with Bay Ridge High School
and closed tho date with that achool.
The team will need all the work it can
get ao aa to bo In good shape for tho
alumni gamo, which wll be played on
Thanksgiving Day, They have to ar
range a new set of signals and a new
series of plays, bocause the graduates
know those that have been In use.
Cartla to Hare 6 Trim Team.
From all appeaxanoaa It now looks aa
though Curtis will at laat havo a awlm-
rolng team. Tho atudenta have been try
ing to have this sport adopted for many
yeara, but could not get It sanctioned.
Mr. Hlllyer, tho physical Instructor, has
promised to put the matter before Mr.
Towle, the principal. Curtis could mus
ter a formidable team, for most or the
pupils are at home in the water. This
Is due to the nearness of the two best
beaches around New York.
Hamilton Starts Daaketball.
Dr. Shaw of Hamilton Institute called
out the basketball equad yesterday for Its
llrst practice. Twenty men responded
and after practlco thn doctor sold that he
was very much pleased with the speed
they showed and expected a winning team.
Harris, who played basketball for Do Witt
Clinton, reported and showed vn-M Mur
nane and Gregory both played two years
on Brooklyn Prep and will bo used at for
NECK BROKEN, HE FLATS ON.
Alma Collea-e Captain Lasts IS a tire
eoonel Half After Injury.
Alma. Mich- Nov, 20. That with a
broken neck he played the entire second
half or the football gomo at Detroit last
Saturday was the declaration to-night of
physicians who have finished their ex
amination of Capt Ephle Johnson of the
Almn College team. He was kicked In
tho back of his neck during the latter
part of the first half, but played the re
mainder of the game, suffering great pain.
Detroit doctors thought tho neck
muscles were merely bruised, but a close
examination to-night showed that his
neck was broken, and he now lies In a
critical condition with a badly fractured
vertebra. Johnson played tackle and has
been the chief strength of his team, anoTIt
was not until ho weakened in Saturday's
game that tho University of Detroit
Players wero aiae to wunaiana mo Aimaf
attack, Johnson Is a man of poweWulV
ptiysique anu a recKiees player,
REST DOES CORNELL GOOD.
Mrn Show New Enthusiasm and
Tear Hp Aerobe With Gnslo.
Ithaca, N. Y Nov, 20. The three day
rest that they havo enjoyed since the
gamo with Michigan seems to have done
the Cornell vaislty n lot of good, for
when they camo out on the field to-day
to work In preparation for the gamo wlt
Pennsylvania tho men appeared to be It
good condition nnd they got Into tin
work with enthusiasm nnd ginger. Bharpe
kept them nt It for thrco hours, until tr
moon wna high In the heavens.
Butler culled for a number of the ne
plays that Sharpe haa devised and they
seemed to run oft smoothly. Tho varsity
scored twlco on the scrubs In the scrim
maae. advanetnr tha hat! im..IiImin en.
ihb uvwa V4l us VUVTSk
TO STIR AUTO INTEREST
fonunittcc AppoinM to Fnn1c!;,,yt',rt,fXl;,, FUXPVt &ZXi
Lmvs for Local Trndc lnffiTiSSJS'p SEX
HnnitPI'S. since advice from Bremen that the mas-nww.-Mii.T.
"tr n,.a ..m-j
'fleotge Vahlnglon. Nevertheleaa M.
tfltcil IM Vftf!I.'n Jnnowskl desire to come lo this country
.11 I I. M I A VlUilJ.thls seHson for the purposes of a tour.
. . Jose It. C.'iti.ihl ine.i. the I'ohali ehftm.
Trend of Mootinpr Toward It
Other Notes of Motoring
There were about forty persons In at
tendance yestetday at the meetlnc at
1. - . ,J .u. ....... Inn
'fl 2 L'," '
lair motor car contents and to help keep
the automobile in the public eye and
' prints. JI Ilieso a iwrnr s uor.en wrrr
Inewspjper men. There were several au-
1 tomoblle dealers, a number of men In the
iucePgs)ry line, two dealers In motor trucks
, an(j ono representative of a foreign car
, wi,ich doesn't race here. The general
trend of remarks was either for or aralnst
raclnj. As one man expressed It, It was
on racing pro and con, chltfiy con.
A committee of seven appointed to ret
up a constitution and bylaws for tho pro-
porci .iseoclatlon was named by John C.
Kmanuel Lascnrls and Ir.glls M. Uppercu.
'fhei- will rrnort nrxt Mnndnv on their
plan, and organization then will be pro-'
There was a great deal of speechifying
In th mnru nf thf aftrrnnon nrii t manv
of the talkers urged that other contest's
'h.m rotd or track racing, as well as ex-
hlblilons, b- employed to help boom auto-
mobiles Messrs. Wetmore, McShnne, .
foot-.Hobertson, Pocrtner, Uppercu. Brown,,
' Nleliol. Harry M. Bronner. William J.
Morgan, A. H. Cordner and Duncan curry
nmong tho speakers. j
Others present were William Parkinson.
Howard Walton. P. T. W. Kelly. William
M. Oage. Harry Unwln, Charles A. Stew-
rt. P I Snrnp C. C. IJoynton.
lvingsDurj", Minam ciavie, u. r , iiare
and H C. Turner.
Harry W. Ford of the Chalmers Motor
Company Is in town. Ho had a email
reunion yesterday at luncheon with
Monty Itallowell. L. A. Van Patten and
An Ingenious device, to help In night
repair work on tho road has been brought
over here from Englnnd. It Is a socket
to hoM a small electric bulb and attached
to a long wire, which hooks up to the
batteries. There Is an electro-magnet on
the hutt end which, when the current Is
on, helps to affix It to any metal part of
the car near which a repair Is needed.
Thomas Neal's retirement from the
presidency of the General Motors Com
pany will come soon. He will become
chalrmrn of th" bonrd of directors. C.
W Nash, mancer of the Bnlck plant nt
Flint, Is to succeed Mr Neal.
Hank CIdwell Is collecting material for
a "Hoo's Hoo and Wnt's Wat In the motor
car and accessory trade?" The first edi
tion, which will be ready for the automo
bile shows this winter, will deal with con-ce-ns
making earn and accessotlea. The
second clltlon. which will b widy nbout
March, will eontnln serio-comic sketches
of the well known mrn In the trade. Those
who want to be In the book are Invited
to send to him at 137 East Sixteenth
street. New York, a truthful history of
their organization. No charge I to be
made for any mention.
It Is announced on behalf of the reor
ganization committee of the United States
Motor Company that In addition to Walter
E. Flanders ns president of tho reorgan
ized company arrangements have been
completed to get William F McGulrc. for
merly factory manager of the Ford Motor
Company, as vice-president and assistant
general manager and W. M. Anthony as
IRVING AFTER FEESH SCALPS.
Unofficially Chnliengea Mnnnal for
Batter on Gridiron.
The Irving School football team la
reaching out for greater honors. Manual
High School, champion of Greater New
York on tho acholantic gridiron, is "the
point of Irving' attack. A game with
the public school boys' team is desired on
either Thanksgiving Day or the Saturday
following and Irving Is willing to con
cedo all conditions to gain the match.
Irving cleaned up fho private military
schools along tha Hudson nnd claims n
championship of Its own. Manual has
the city title and Is In a position to dic
tate. No formal challenge has been Is
sued as yet, but unofficial word makes
combat between the two almost a cer
tainty. Moore llopea to Dent "White.
Chicago, Nov. 20. Pal Moore of Phila
delphia, who clashes with Charley White
In a ten round contest nt Kenosha. Wis.,
to-morrow night, arrived in Chicago late
this afternoon. He came from New Ha
ven, Conn., accompanied by his manager,
Billy Roche. He visited O'Connoll'a gym
nasium to-night and boxed eight rounds
with Tommy Gary. He Is In first class
condition, weighing Ices than 130 pounds,
which ho la to make for White to-morrow
night. This is Moore's Initial fight
In these parts. lie feels certain he will
Compare! Compare! Com
pare 1 It is not what we say
about the swift and silent
Ford that makes it. a great
car. It is what the Ford has
done and is doing that
makes it "the universal car"
Every third car a Ford and every Ford
user a Ford "booiter". Netr prices run
about 8525 touring car $000 delivery car
$025 town car $800 with all equipment,
f.o.b. Detroit. Get particulars from Ford
Motor Company, 1723 Broadway, New
York ; also Jackson Avenue and Honeywell
Street, Long Island City, or direct from
H0FFER SAYS CHESS IS OFF.
Word Cabled Here by Janowakl
f.ack of Money the Caaae.
D. Janowskl of Paris, chess champion of
I-ranee nnd ono of the foreign masters
Invited to participate In the Now York-
Havana inlet national tournament, yester-
, Jdun, who went to Havana some time ago
,In the Interest of tho tournament, was
jseen yesttrday. He was extremely retl
Cent. "For the mcment I have nothing
Jto say." was all that could be obtained
rrom him In the shape of a statement.
Subsequently Capabilities said he had sev
ered all buslines relations with F, D.
Hnsebatilt, the managing director of the
tournament. This was confirmed by Mr.
It I understood that the patrons and
subscribers to the fund of the tournament
will receive their money back In case It Is
Impossible to hold the congress. All hope
of this has not been abandoned, although
much depends upon the action to be taken
hy F. E. Kahn, the treasurer, upon his
return from Canada. Mr. Hosebault yes
terday placed the blame upon those of the
subscribers who failed to pay in the
amount of their subscriptions to the
treasurer. He said I
"Tho one groat difficulty that the man
ogement has been laboring under has
been the fact that many of the wealthy
patrona of tho tournament have failed to
pay the money that they agreed and
ii.umieea to pay, Tiieee individuals ap
parently were expecting the management
to take upon Its own shoulders the entire
risk and responsibility. And I think it
ehould be mentioned that Fell. E. Kahn,
ireasurer or me tournament, already has
tMood much more than his share of the
burden, nnd If the Other Rtlhsrrlherc na,l
"fn willing to fall In line nnd pay as
l"ry Promised, as did Slessrs. Felix M.
"arourR, Mortimer L. Setoff. John W.
urlggs, Herman Behr. Eu sene lltc-ctna
""""J" Underhlll. president of the Brook-
v." -"' rcniey and j. p.
,,l?e .tou"!a,!!e,!u would hav
c(m"1 orr without a hitch.'
TO STRENGTHEN PENN LINE.
Coarh dmlth Ilaalns Plaal Week
lief oi- Cornell TL'f h a . ni..
, ..,,, .., .
- y . 7 """ v"i
tured the practice this afternoon on
Franklin Field, after which Coach Andy
?m,Jn nl" p'nn regulars throush a
I n3rJ BClr.11mma,t' ln PrfParatlo-i for the
c.anie wlth Crnc'l on Thanksgiving Day.
Jun ono more week remains for prac
Smith thinks he can strengthen the line,
but Is making no definite announcements
as to the men he Intends to use. He will
note the work of Griffith. Journeay, Wil
son and McNaughton, aspirants for places
on the team which will play Cornell.
There will be no practice on Saturday.
Tho majority of the players will attend
the Lehigh-Lafayette game at Easton.
This match will be one of the best In
this vlclalty. Coach Smith will go to New
Haven to see tho Yale-Harvard game.
HIGH HELPS ALMA MATER.
Wrsleyan Conch Itetnrne to Brown
to Primp Trnm for Indiana
ProvroENCE. It. I., Nov. "0. Brown got
her flrrt scrimmage In preparation for
the Indian game this afternoon, scoring
iwo touenaowns against one for the sec
onds. The coaching squad was aug
mented by Jnlco High, the old Brown full
back, who has Just concluded a suceees
ful season ns the Wcsleyan coach. High
will stay with the Brown team until after
the Indian game and help Coaches Rob-
lnaon and Pryor with the bnckneld men.
mo varsity b two touchdowns were
made on straight football, with a few
of the plays which are being smoothed
out .'or the Indian gome eandwlchcd In.
The forward pass was tried by tho first
stringers; but failed dismally. The scrubs
scored when Metcalf recovered a fumbled
ball and ran thirty yards, a forward pass,
Gardiner to Ormsby, netting thirty more.
RUTGERS AND STEVENS EAGER,
Former Confident of Capping; the
sraion'i Climax With a Win.
New Brunswick, N. .7.. Nov, 2ft.
Castle Point, Hobokan, will be the scene
of the annual clash between Rutgers and
StevcnB Institute Saturday, This will as
usual be the biggest game of the season
for the two teams.
The local team has had n very good
season's record notwithstanding the fact
that the plavers wcte below their form
at the outset Rutgera haa the distinc
tion of lielng the only team save Dart
mouth to score a touchdown against
Princeton. Tho score waa not made on
one play cither, but by consistent galna
through the Tiger line hy Rutgera's clever
back field of Johnaon, Rockefeller. Elmen
dorf and Gay, and when the regular Tiler
varsity men were in the lineup. Rutgera
men are confident of winning on Satur
day, The practice all this week at Rut
gers is behind closed gates.
Paaaalo High School Wtna.
Passaic, N. J., Nov. SO. Passaic High
School vanquished Rldgewood at foot
ball here this afternoon, 26 to 0. Both
teams used the forward pass to advan
tage, Passaic making the pla? success
fully eleven times for an average of fif
teen yards. Donnelly, TUdge wood's quar
terback, ran forty yards on a fake for
ward rasa to Passaic's 10 yard Une, the
nearest the visitors came to a acore.
Quarterback Greenwood of Paaaalc made
the feature dash of the day when he
ploughed through centre and a broken
field for forty-five yards before going
Derare mni Keyea Mlaa flnnle and
Scrlmmaga Knda Scoreless.
West Point, N, Y Not. 20. The, Army,,
team fought It out with the senilis this after
noon to a scoreless tie In thirty inlnulcs of
tho hardest kind of scrlmmHge work?
Though to-day's practice wus principally
n defenlve drill for tho regulars, yet when
thev rid! have a ehnnrn tn rnrrv the hull
the ginger and snap that so strongly chnr
I ncterixett yesterday's Kcrltnnmgewero nolln
I ably lacking to-day. Only occasionally
utq tne regulars snow any rem signs or
offensive strength. Twice they look (he
ball to the scrubs' 2.i yard line, but Just as
frequently the second learn rushed It back
0ice Devorn tried a coal from rtlnee.
, me-.it from the .10 ynrd line but the attempt
Wis a failure. Liter Keyes got a chance
r.t a trial for a field goal on the 2" yard
i mark but the kirk was wide. Ilnbbs it lit
no scrimmage wotk and was In only onco
to punt. All llio other regulars were In tho
lineup. Weyand played the wholo scrim
mage at left guard, while Merrick, Huston
nnd Jones were used In the other guard,
position. Prlchnrd nnd Keyes alternated'
at quarter, Milliliter, Honker. AHmnii,
Mllhurn nnd Benedict wore used In the back
field. Hobbs, Honker and Prltehett re
ceived individual drill In punting to-dav.
Hobbs I likely to do the kicking In the
Syracuse vs. West Point
at West Point
Saturday, November 23rd
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Town Cars (have twenty) $vm to tt.ooo
Ten Chru.es tmake At speedsters nr delivery).
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