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Sporting and Automobile GOLF, ATHLETICS, FOOTBALL, KENNELS BASEBALL, BOXING, RACING. BILLIARDS un NEW YORK, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1913. copyHOM, m. by the Sun Printing and I'ublUhlua Ataortatton. YALE, BACK TO FORM, TROUNCES LAFAYETTE score 27 to 0 Mainly ly Old I asliioiK'd Football on h Wet Field. (OliMslI SHOWS- CLASS Kcpliicos Wilson nt Quarter mid line KH'IIP1lt. Work for Hliic. ,m IIaikv. Conn.. ,-l. tl. Showing h return I" form which gladdened tho nnrtn of nearl) 3.000 students who sat . hrci 'K thtougli the Willie In spite of the drlzrhng mill of the afternoon the Yale football el'Ven came back thlH afternoon and difentod l.afaetti hy the score of 17 to n ThiH coming only a week after the holding of Vale to u no score tlo by Maine wn unexpected and more than anything , allowed the advantage of having Howard Jones absoluto laws of the coach ing. Yn besides making four touchdown tried two goals from the held, Cornish kicking the pigskin each time. Ono wan (n the first pcilod tuid the other In the fourth. Neither was close and proved the advisability of Yale' trying to score by cM fashioned football Instead of by kicks, i specially on a wet day. Cornish played an excellent gntno ut quarterback und proved his superiority over Wilson, who until this g.imo had L.en firs! choice for that position. Cor nish varied Ills play and proved himself an Individual star In two nice runs and In running hark the punts as no iuarterback ha don, since Arthur Howe. Another new man who distinguished himself for Yale in the came to-day was McLelsh. who teplnccd Welsor when the latter was hurt In the third period. McLelsh In two runs ton- Ui the Lafayette line, once foe a IT ard Bain. Yale 'om penalized once for offside piny when the team had the bull on I -if ay .tte's .' font line. Another time Yale was held downs within Lafayette's yard line Th.se vvi . the only bad features of the same fiom the Yale tiolnt of view. Until hi was injured. In tho second period, die played a fait game at left nil. Me was on the Jon all me ume, Five minutes afti r the game stnrtcd i l urry made a lieauiiiui iorw.ini pass 10 Ommoiid. but die Jumped up in the air and brought down the ball, taking It thlrtv-llve yards to the Lafayette goal line for a touchdown. Ketcham kicked the gnu I. ftcr that thete was a short punting duel between Scheeten and Knowhn and linn the Lafayette baekfield tried to call! en a double pass and failed. Then Kelly Hi Ked to Cornish, who ran the ball twen- i tv-rhre yards to Lafayette's 3S yard line, Knowle.s and Cornish made short galna ai.i then Welser took the lull eighteen nl. Welser made another yard on a i.:i s to the line and Cornish three yjrdi 'Might through centre. The ball was i iw on iaia cue s yarn line ami A imt took It over. Ketcham kicked tho iro.il. In tile second period Scheeren nearly - or d for Lafayette nnd It looked as If tliere had been a sure goal. A gain of about thlrty-flvc yards was made on a forward pass, Sehi-eren to Hrown. and the, ba'l'wns brought to Yale's 26 yard line. Schieien passul to Diamond for four ints more, but when Hrown was thrown fo- a two yard loss Scheeren dropped 'acU and kicked from the 2,". yard line, lust inlsfing. Tile final score of the game was made ' tlu fourth period. The third period h.Tl etid.d with the ball on Lafayette's 1 Mild line and Knowles fumbled going oier Sdieeren kicked from In back of ' ie lino to Cornish on tho Lafayette 2C id line. KriowUs, McLelsh and Cor "i'h each made short gains, and after wiNci had failed to gain McLelsh tool: ' bull twelve arils for a touchdown ami K.i. h.im filled to l.lek the goal. After 'ii x. hung., of punts the Ynle backs u!i. the hall to the 1 yard line and ' '.rr,oh scoi.il, Ketcham this time suc eil.ng in kicking the goal. Laf.-ivette had a rally after this and with iMiinhauer In at uunrter forward passing was tried, but his two tries for .oa!s from Yale's yard lino them being 'ailed, tho second oim l.'ocltcd. The lineup: of Vile. I'ofltlnnii Ufl end . .Left tackle ... . Left Kiianl.... .. .Centre.. ., Ithihl guard,,., UlBht tackle... . Hlht end Quartcrbsck.,, .Left halfback.. Hlght halfback.: rulltwck.... rr tjtlAiifn n l-afavcttr. Oberlln beyer ... . (luilck .... I.uhr Kelly ,...Wa jrnhursl Diamond ....J. Diamond Furry . .. . Ilmwn . Seheenn 1 Unit m ii tm . Manyiiif.. wnrrni IVmllioo 'irtrr , 1 "nich.. ' 1 ir IviioMlrn, 11 Ynle. 1 niiriiuowns ni l iver. Mel elsh.CurnUh lliul. Irnm inn..h 1 .!. hi tchiiin. .1. Subsiliutcs For Ynle 1 Ur (.Hp. Ilrann for Curler. McLelsh for elM-r lor , Ufaj cite- lllarkbiirn for 1'nrry, 1 ; for ohcrllii. Wuodwanl for Kelly. Hcn i. lor llniHii. rrecman for Mauser, Mauser ! ."dir. Williams for Illackbnrn. Kelly for ".Htluaul, WiKslward for Kelly. Paul for (iullck. Pit oinier fur J. Diamond. Hrown for Kennedy, .,1" ""eftirttllllams. Itcrerec-tillllnder.Prnn-IP-miI L'mplre- Marshall, llrown. I.lnrsman 'ti;n, .swarlbmore. Time Twelve minute lfri.; UNION DISRUPTED BY AGGIES ""'iig Winch of Ambersl lllrveo -Nets Three Tourhilosrns. S' IIKNBCTAtlT, N. Y Oct. 11. Union '' ii. fe.ited by tho Amherst Aggies In s- him i-iniiy to-day 20 to 0. The dlffer- ice in tlm scoro gives no Idea of tho ' mi.' whiih was bitterly contested for tin . i' rpiaiters, nelthet- side scoring. Union " ' ' t i pieces In tho fourth quarter be J" 'in savage rush of tho speedy Aggies. 1' "' ggim scored three times, using the b'i,iid ihnh successfully for long gains. "I iieup; , Positions. ' t" Uti end ... L. ... l-cft tackle 5' ' I-tl uunrit ' Centre .' ' ..lllzhi mil tJnlon. Jen sins .Cleveland ..Vrooman j ,, . iiosern ,,..D;na ...Jackson j:''""'""! ' liei'k Itluht tackle. ,. Klulit guard . . (Jiiartritiai'k,.,, Illrlil Imirimek. Uf! halfback.. I'ulltiack 'II Ntoller nwhli nili erst A ifglrs. :m; Union. 0. "irllni-I: lircwrr, 1. Hnwcr, 2. (loals from toueh- Hill Piles II Vu uu Tome. mo .1'iii.v, Oct. 11. Hill. Bchool -1 d Tome Institute and won hnn '1 lo 11 here to-day. Hill worked l iwaid pusses, but gained llttlo 'i runs. Avery was the big ground " r Hill, Six goals were missed Yules, Hill's star punter, wns it tin gnme owing to an Injury re d last Widmsday, W reel; r-vens One Game. I Hktiii.khkm. Ph.. Oct. 11. Pe- ' '1 by a wicek on tho Pennsylvania 1 1 I'htlMlnula the Franklin und football team was fenced to can 1 une to-day with I,ehlgh. To i i cowd of sevcial thousand spec ' ' i I' gular gmiio between the varsity 1 n d team was played and resulted v k to to ; victory tor Urn rtguUri. PENN STATE EASY VICTOR. Wins by in fa n Over Clettyabar, Latter Fumbling; ortra. Statu Coi.i.kor. Oct. 11. rnn StalK defeated Oettysburg to-day by a score of 1 to 0. The tlluo and White team ndvanccd tho ball at will, hut when within striking distance of the goal fum bled ugaln and again. They played only straight football. The lineup: .NtAte. Nhuppe . McDnwrll Helmut .1. Clarke I. H. Miller l.amb , ,, Weston. K. n. Miner , Welly .... J erf rr . . . H. Clarke. Positions l.cft end l-eft tackle . . Left Euartl Centre. ... eight urd . . Illirit tackle . , lllrht end .. . Uuarterhark.,. lrfl halfback . .Itlght hMtbiick. del ..ll f i Seharrfer .UcCiillniitrh ., .Wllherow , ..Hrlsman Ilea sic Kyerler Hoar Schefrnrr HntcM I'UilDACK Mahairey Score -IVnn Sitst... tft r:iif-tii... a t.h.Ii downs-Welly, Tobln. Goals from touchdown ytrlty. Colli from fleld-Cnflf. Substitutes IVnn State Vngel fur lletinut, McVean for l-iinb, Painter for .Shtippc. Cral for Welly, James for 1.. Miller: drttysburg: Zcrllnifr for McCulloueh. Mpsnjlrr for Myerley. Ileferee Crowall. Swnt Iti 1'iore, Linesman -lllbby. Snulh Dakota. UmDlre elilrlrn. Hwarthmorc. Time ot quarters-in minutes. BRITISH WOMEN WIN INTERNATIONAL MATCH! England. Ireland and Canada Combine to Beat America in Close C.olf Contest. Wilmington. Pel., Oct. 11. The tlrltisli-Canadlan women's golf team won a 4 to 3 victory over the United Slates team In tho curtain raiser to the women' national golf tournament over the link uf the Wilmington Country Club this af ternoon. Miss Muriel Dodd the Ciigllsh and Canadian champion, had an easy time downing Miss Margaret Curtis of H irton, the America!" champion, and the hops of the American team, by R up and 3 to pity. Miss OMdys itavenscroft. tho for. iiner rtrltlsh champion, won from MIsj i Lillian Hyde uf New York, by 1 up. In hard fought match. Miss Dodd. who is the favorite for first honors In the tour nament next week, played her usujI steady and conservative game, and was never In danger of defeat. She took the lead at tho start and kept Improving her advantage until she settled the match on the fifteenth green. This was the ilii-t International team match between women, golfers of Great Hrltaln and the United States, and had tho official aaiution of the United States (lolf Association. John Reld, Jr., the secretary cf the 1J, a. tJ. A., was present. Thero were seven olayers on a side, euch Individual contest count ing as a single '.h-Int. Miss Hyde and Miss Havenscroft hod a red hot struggle, the American girl Playing well at the start, but Miss Havens. , croft pulled up a bit going out and then took the lead for a while. The match was all square nt the seventeenth, but driving to the home hole Miss Hyde dropped her ball Into a trap. This cost her two strokes and thehole and with It the match. Mrs. IS. H. Harlow of the Merlon C. P. who carried the hoptsof the Philadelphia euiiiiimeni, nuwm uuu une mis nui us yei recovered irom me injury to Her shoulder which handicapped her earlier In the week, by losing to Miss Mabel Harrison, the Irish champion, by 5 up nnd 1 to play As Miss Violet I"ooley of Canada .-atillv deflated Miss Marlon Holllns, the metro-( and offered me a prescription for some iwlitnn champion, the Kritlsh-Camullaii stuff to take to Insure my sleiping. He team captured the day's honors by win- said he always took It before big niiig the first four matches. I matches. I thanked him and said I didn't It was lucky for them that their lead-1 need any stuff for the purpose, lie was crs w on. for the fog end of the Avnerl- J mirprlsed and told mo that on onp oc ean team came to the front with three easlou when ho and 1 had met In a victories. Miss it. M. Hlshop of New York downed Miss Florence Harvey of Canada. Miss Harriot S. Curtis of Poston defeated Miss Frances Scott of Caunila, and Miss K. C. Hnrley of Kali Hlver, who at the last moment sunsiituteii lor Mrs. C. H. Vamlerbecl: of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, played a splendid game ami did more than her share townru slopping the threatened Waterloo. The score. fillKAT UKITA IN CANADA. Min Muriel Dodd. Mureton... Ms i.lailys Kavenscrotl. llromborouitli Miss M.iIk-1 Harrison Isltuid 1 Miss Violet PoqJey. Victoria '.Miss Florence llarvev. Hamilton Miss Princes Scott. Hnmilton (Miss .Moss Chrysler, Niagara I Total .... I t'NITED STATES. , Miss Margaret Curies, Kssex County ! Miss Lillian fl. Hyde, South Shore 1 Mrs. It. II Barlow, Mrrion..... Miss Marlon Holllns. Westbrook Miss O. M. nishop, Droolilawn Miss Harriot S. Curtis. Essex county.... Miss Kate C. Harley, Fall Mtver Totsl COLLEGE FOOTBALL RESULTS. At Cambrldse-narvord. IS: William;. S At New Haven-Yale. 2T : Lafayette. 0. At Plillailelphia Peniisylvaiila. 20; Swarth- ""Xrithaca-Carllsle, 7: Cornell. 0. At West Point-Army, MS Kutiert. (1. At Annapolis-Navy, 23: Oeorsetown. . At Providence Brown. 6: ursinus, 0. At Oberlln-Oberlin. 4S; Miami, 0. At Sprinyfteld. Ohio Kenyon, 14; Wittrn. '"ai' Clncinnati-Unlverilty of Cincinnati, M: Ohio University, 2. At Ann Arbor Mlehlran, 14: Mount Union. 0. At lnttsburs-Carneirle Tech, ti Waynes- '"a South Itelhlehem-Iwehlifli vs. F, and M canivlleil. IF und M. delayed by Ir-iln wreck.) At Wnlerville Colby. Mi St. Anselms, . At Pliliailelphla I'enn State, !; Oettyt- burg, 0, At Hanover-Dartmouth. 33; Vermont, ' At Ixlnitton Washlnrton and l, 19 J M Amherat-Sprlnefleld Tralnlnt, M; si Mn'itiann Wiscnnsin. 13: Marauelte. 0 At Rolln, Mo.-C. TI. C, 7: School of Mini it hi Iiuls Hose Polr. 14: St. Inila. At Lawrence, Kan. Kansas V.. W; Wsf, ton u., 0. At Providence Brown, sj Ursinus. 0. At Princeton Princeton, SS: Ilucknell. At Hehenenadr Amherst Antra. ID ilon. , ai Rochester Syracuse. : Rochester. At Hoboken Ilaverfnrri, Stsrens, c, At Ohio Field, n. 1. iiamuion, , II.. 0. At Ptttsburr-U. of Plttaburr, 40; Ir, of West virlnla. 0. f M Worcester-Holy Cross, 13; Most on Cel. )eir. 0 At Fonihsm Field. N, Y.-For.lhrtm, 7. n, At Charlottesville, ten Biuney, u. Al I-alsjette, Ind Purdue, S-i. Northwest. At Forest, III. -Lake r0est Car At Urbana. III. Illinois. 24; iMOiirl. 7. At Iowa City-Iowa, 76 1 Corr,-.i 0f Iowa, . At Lawrem-e, Kan.-Ksnsas l-jM M. vVashlnr-1 ion u.. i. . . . . ' At Fayette, Ark.-Loulslaina state V., M; Southwestern. .. I At Ne Orleana-Tulaiie. J. Jefferson. 0. At rTashvlIle-Vamlerbllt, ,', Central of Ken tucky, o. y. At Knoxville.-Tennessee. 7c . Msryvills. 0. ' , At Orennaboro-North t.'arollna, 7i David-1 VIM. 0. I At Athens-Oeoriis. 83; North (Jeorrls Af- ries. 0. At Auburn-Auburn, M;; Florida, 0. At Chattsnooia-fkors )a Tech, II; V ol Chatlanoora, t. At Kxetcr. N. ll.-Kxet:,r, u; Yslr Secemia. . At Tuscaloosa, Tenn. Alabama, !0; Clem-1 on. 0. , At l.'nlunibls, H. C lHouth Carolina, 27; WukB Forest, IU, 1 At C'banipalcn. Ull. rillnols. 21: Mis-I uiiri, 1 At Oulunibua Olilio Kmle. 14! VVastern deserve, . I It. 7. lair. 1 N. T IAt tinlilmor M. A, C. :i Johns nop f. ODIMET REFUSED TO I SEE YARDON AND RAY; Ho Looked Away and So Avoided Excitement Over Their Achievement. HOW DID YOUTH PEEL? He Didn't Feel Says Rivals. Fiprurcd He'd Crack; When He Didn't, They Did. Whdt eveiy golf player ami every ad-1 mlrer of courage wants to know about the playoff for the open golf championship Is. "How did Wands Oulmet feel about It?" The answer, which Oulmet himself ' gives, Is. "Hit didn't feel." Hu didn't allow himself to feel, and fuither morn there was no person In any of that i gantry in mo memoraDic maxen wnere ne ncreateii Harry vardon and Howard Hay who shiv less of the play of those redoubt able opponents than did Oulmet. 1 Therein Ilea the explanation of that masteiy of self thai has puzxled and In terested all golfer. Oulmet told himself before lie went out to play that final round that he must not let himself bo put off his game by watching what tho others were doing. He knew that ho would w Influenced by their shots to a certain de gree, and. as ho put It In talking to a re ! porter for Tub SfN : "The belt way i not to. be Influenced by what they ( were doing was not to Itnow what they i were doing. And I didn't." . "How did ou manage that"" he was asked. I "Simply hy looking at nobody else's brill 'than my own." he said. "When 1 diove I looked at my own ball. The most I did , when the otheM drove was to watch their I tied up balls, but I didn't follow with my ce where they went. 1 didn't know they were In thorough or on the fairway. I plaed my own shots through the fair way and didn't look to see whn: the others played theirs. When It was neces sary to stand to watch one of the other players I looki-d at his ball until the club head tool: It away. "As a matter of fact the only time wtin 1 was leally watching their shots was on the putting green, and thero I felt at least on an equality with them. This was the more! so lecause Hay early In the match missed a three footer and anion, as I had learned, might be expected to putt worly on occasions." ! This, then, seems to be the secret of the I outcome of that match. There Is no ipies- tlon that Oulmet has the colling tempera ment for fair If he can exeiclse such con trol over himself that he does not pcimlt his eye to wander away from his o n shots to look at the other". It Is the most n.it- . ur.il thing In the world for a plaer to press or to unuerpiay, ueiug governed un consciously by the result of another's mis takes, but Oulmet, knowing this, made his plan of action different. "Didn't you feel nervous the night be fore the match?" he was asked. 'T cm assure you, I did not I slept perfectly well said he. "I have never been so worried over the outcome of any match that I couldn't sleep. 1 said to niys.lf that 1 was going to do the best I could and let It go at that. "Why, the night before I nlnyed Travers In the amateur championship a friend of mine, also a golfer, came to me reasonably Important match hu had slept only about nn hour the night before. "As has been said, it was not until the , moment my caddie came in before the , j,,,, Playoff with the red, white and ribbon in his button hole that I got the . Idea of being a sort of American hope In Hlh. match. That determined me all tho ,ll( ,,,.,, That determined mnre, u, , my i,cst; 'How do you tlguie It out that the . veteran ur sn p.ayer.s were i. e ones 1 to crack, although V ou held ull lo Vour the 1 - ., 71 V., , .. .. . i J; game throughout? Didn't that surprise Sour' nsked Tub SUN man. ' o Well. looking baci; at it, ruacil I'A-er. lAva. I expected me to break. Inasmuch as I as not as experienced as they, and rWn tho,...!,..,, t,, s..ts were played before dark time went on and 1 dldn t break, .m k,.pt right along with them. I iniiiKit nail .111 unfavorable effect 011 them. r i 11111 s me way 1 reason It out, i.eeaus.vi when vou expect a man to crack and Jftp doesn't, you lose n little bit of your sameness yourself. I began to feel that I hncVthe match com ing my way nround tticr fourteenth hole. Itay seemed to be Kfttng and he was swinging at the bai rntlier wildly. It seemed to me." "Did McDermotlnnd tho other Ameri can pros take kifiidly to your victory-' he was asked. ' "I think so,"- was the answer. "Mc Dormott congratulated me heartily. The first man of ull to come up was Alts-k Hmlthr He said: 'Kid, you're a wonder.' I think ir.ost of the pros were glad the tltlo had. n't gono away from us." Oulm.et'a stylo la easy and graceful. On wcjoden club shots ho uaes a full swing rising rather on tho left foot nt , tho rfop of tho buck swin;T. With the IrotsH his bnclc swing Is slioit on his np Preaching, tn putting ho has a long biyel: swing, comparatively, and hits the ol well on ton. On the greens nt Dun- oodie Hint Wednesday no ieii niinseir fnlrly long putts every tlm.; nfter tho approach putts, but holed them ull. tlo.,'" "',.',''.,;,,,, Ai .icb f r her omm li W out he used only fourteen putts. Ho UH that s o ,is 1 '"' '.K, wflB the guest of W. It. Chandler, tin . nent.i ut tL.Twei,Ji val Maxwell dealer, who was ntcoui. , entirely 0.1 lobbing. H i V . II 7. .... .... ..... . .v ...... ... n. ' l.n nml tllt'V 11. IV I'll IllO VVIIS' IOT 11,111 lO pumeu uy oi3 puriiiri, ii. jv. nun, i , I. Tuek.e. ills., lo the MnTWell idiio .-.n.l V It U..lllv.,n ...,! Hk'inl f.,--,ll Uoston also were there, . As to being overirolfed, he said his doctor I advised him to lay off after the Lesley cup matches, and he hasn't played mue. I since. He will go in tho Country Club tournament to wind up his season, and won't play again probably until March, when he expects to visit Plnehurst. ivegaruiiiH cow i.e.. un.- ssiivij- ut Hrookllne In the match ho played asalnst Jerome Travers In the Lesley cup singles, ... u.. ,1. AnA.. chsorlng when Trnvers's second shot mi sn a HUB iuui.cu nun bicsi cunun. -110 said he would rather have lost tho match than win It under such circumstances, und all ho was able to say when he and Travers shook hands on the twentieth green was- "I'm sorry, Jerry." Oulmet sifd tha? some of U.e 'galle y upplauued In actual honesty, as u number of the onlooke.s stood directly In back of Travers nnd when the shot went oft fl-.i..l thnt It u'uh renllv a enod one and wus going to stay on the ureeii. Indlcutlnir the closeness with which I Oulmet observes the peculiarities of his rivals, he said he thouglit he detected the "cracking moment in varaon nenr tne end of the playoff, when u short uppioach shot was hooked Uy the Kngllsh pluyer, "Ordinarily Vardon plays Ills approach shots of this surt with a slice," suld Oul met, "but this hole I think It wus the fourteenth the ball must have had a ii insvo i.uu hook, from the position In which It Isndecl nn the arreeii near to a trap. 1 .h, .. Ull.t xardon was weaken eaken- ' j inr. wi tWi prov4 t th. cu." - 1 oiU ,hl. nnv ha th case." TRIUMPH .IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIWW'TsMs! ssHHHIBsPl ' 's 't'V. .:lfIUsswJsllsssK . v&V HsflsssBs3s't''4jlkJ$M ov '"-. slllllllllllllllllsllss ; 1 lsssJ ''t ''alK III 111 XX -VcT, jfii! III III 1 NS T r sisT- if 'I mo iie lures of r'rHiifls Onlmet, vleliir in I be Aiiierlrmi upen Kiilf .iHiiittniielili, Hi jitlrtliutiss httt sneeess In n ilelernilniitlon mil In natch the shuts ol Ills rlvnls, ar dnn iiillln), will eh pulley he fol lowed IhrmiKhout Hie iimleli. CAPTURE THREE DAY LAWN TENNIS MATCH Lonir iH'iiwn Out Affair in Mixed Doiililtv Won 1 .Mis lclla Tone and W M. II, ill. When Merrill --Will slauuned the ball I 11 cl oss tile lot nupof ir Wllllaiii ltoeii l.aum'.'i re.i.h ) cii.ila at the West Side' Tennis Club. s. oilng the llnal point in j the mlMd douT.lis contest l.etwi.n himself; with Mls Ceitrude Delia Tot re us part- ' per and ti'. team of lr lo.enb.ium and I. Miss lliu'a Steiilieiis. It m.11 hid the clo.-. lie; Klltgl'M anil IIUF-e.-i ui.iii-ii in i.e.- . f " a "i- 7, "r ro t battle, wi th i t n I-u ovi I uu , diii s, wis vmi in 1110 riiiii-ni.ai rouno .I'm Dually won by 1 1 all and Miss Ste. .ions nt 7 ... IS- II. giving uieni ui", j M Mai slmll. McLean and i' . . . .,. llalhtiad 1.11110 ior me inn . , ()mc,ally ,h H1.ori. wU, stlll u( 7--;. ..., h1io. ;, tot;, of only ' thlrtv-Bls. ntini-H. wlion u iimtlfi- of fiirt seventy-seven games were played. 1 lie matin was suirien 011 inurwiay i 1 u"u. M).HS ,,ul ., , , ,,, t,e proccedliigs. Win 11 ti... i. iii v -. c.ii id tiieio was a 1 leauioch. , for each pair nan won a si . . Hull nnd Miss I c a Torre tool; tun tlrst at 6- 2, but were unable to bold the pace set by Miss Stephens and I Jr. Hosenbaum and lost nt 3 C. Ilostilitii s were renovved pn l'rlduy afternoon and after nearly two hours of fust play games weie even up at 12 all when night fell and compelled them to MUlt. Knowing the disadvantage of starting the match under such conditions all of the contest. 1 ants agreed to begin all over again, so 'that the forty-one games ptavid on Thuis 11:1 V 11 nil Friday went for nought The losers playrd mine very pretty tenuis yesterday, but most uf tho breaks In luck favored Miss Delia Torro and Hall. Miss Stephens made some shots that vveru little shott of marvellous and although sin. showed signs of being some what nervous worked with a will. Ur. Itosenbaum wan-not up to bis usual game, however, and threw away quite a few points -when thev meant much by un titeudy work at the net. .Miss Delia Tin re was not nearly so ilu .vi ss Mioi.ncn's ion ...- ,.o - --- stemlv P"' " ' '. , . ' ,' ,,,, K,. r..,'. - - .. . ,.,mn, Hhot-i make many beautiful plflicnient Sllol.i. I I till WHS lit Ills 111 St nlllt covered 11 i.,re..l iimount of ground. Ills cnus couit ill Ives iMlned tunny points and his service wan very stiong. I In tho opouliu set Miss Htrphens nnd Itosenbaum went Into Hie bad at 43 and were ahead ill the eighth gaum at 4030. They lost that game, however, 'and th" next, I lien braced nnd made tlm ..iw. iieiici 1 1 iik to" ,... ... ...... , . 1.. ,.f ,n, .,-.. t,i MiiEe they ' ; . Vi.oor nn 1 th, win, but their defence was pooi and lite) unpi . . los. 1 a Played . - , ... ii.iiu T,., ,.,,,1 Hull miiiI 'all aiound Miss Delia To 0 n il '"' looked to have a cinch with the gaincs ut 4-1 nml th I 0 Vn J n, Z l They slumped, how over. nnd. n m ed opposition to even matters at I nil. Hum that time on Iho match beca.no u seesavv affair until the score was squared at 11 all- """tend nw "lore V ov unwniuii ." "w' """'. : - biiutn. and they lost the match by passing I "P tome easy clmnres Kvcn VItkIiiU Subs Score al Will. CiiAiiLonEHVit.i.K. Vn Oct. 1 1.- On a niuddy gridiron Virginia defe-nted llai den Sidney to-day. 53 to 0. The to imp- ollc- KlniiH wero nMe to mnKe rmt one nrsi down, it run of, fifteen yards by minders uround Vliglnlu'H light end In the final nerlod. Virginia tried out ninny sub- n , .-- . . ,,r i,,,, ; " ';', ' " ' m Oooch, Muyer and Itay were the prln- clpl grouna fslnori on u varaiur. UNFLINCHING WILL POWER sV MIDDIES HUMBLE LIGHT GEORGETOWN KICKERS Km br o Naval Officers Easily Kim l'p Iti; Score Auaiut Wasliiiio'toiiiiiiis. Annapolis, Mil., Oct. 11 In lh tu st lootli.ill game in which (Seorgetowu and the Naval Academy have met for years the midshipmen won f 10m tho Washing tonkins thlH afternoon by 2;l to 0. (ieorgetovvn's team was lighter than that of the Navy and was less experienced as a whole, while Its backlleld did not begin to show the (lectnesd that was expected. None of Its backs were able to make ma terial gains against the midshipmen, and th was piitl. 'id. uly noticeable in the case of Coslello, who has a big riput.i- .ton for In illlaucy In running Willi the ball, (ieorgetown did not even come near to making a Hist down dining the game. However, Costello got off some well placed punts for good .distances and hilpeit In' tills way to keep down the wore. Tile Navy found that It could send its lusty backs against the tackles for regu lar and substantial gains. 1'slng Harri sou and .Mcllenvy, und later Alexander ' gei s. 1 nere was ioiimh.-i. . J"" and Palling, lloth tuims made a few at-1 both teams and several penalties for off tempts to use forward pass plays, hut with I side play. The lineup . ...1... MM... 1.......... ..... inner. lui' ml. . D. 1 ill- iimik'i lull 01 the game wns 111.11I0 by AleXHiider In tile second period. Ho received the ball cm a klekoff and ran tluough tlm i.eorgetow 11 team to their 10 yard line j .11 11 line. considerable amount ot Tiiere was fumbling, and el) t.i.h' on-.ii-uii- ... penalties Imposed by the officials. Two of tho midshipmen, Leonard and Itatston, wi re ruled oh" for rough play, the Navy liming half the distance to Its goal line, amounting in each caso to about forty ) ill ds. Tlie lineup! CrorKCtnnn. l'oslilnns. larlln 1 eft end N'aval Vruiliii,) Inirrai'i H.llMull Hone Morlarliy left tackle I An ler I Jit cuaid IVIirltr t'cnlif. Ilairoa lllkiit Kiianl Mc.Mdiv. ... ItlL'ht tackle Perry llrown Itedn.aii (Capt Idikiirlsi linnni'lly. . Itlght cml (Capt I Ceslello (Capt.)....Oit"rtcrbark Valil Won. 1 s I4 ft halfback' . Iconard Muuay... llllilit halfbark Mclli-avy Kelly I'lillhacli Ilnrrlson Score Naval Vrniliicy, 23; CeoritcioHn. 0. Substitutes lieorgrtnuii; Herirln fur larlln, (I'liuroian for MerLuliy, liaurhi-rty for ljiwler, Kusack fur Honuelly, l.nuleraw for Woouis. aul Arailemy: ,ru strong for IntTan., Ken nedy for Pftlvton, VaiiKhnii for Howe, Howe for Vniudian, Vaiuhan for Howe, Woodward for V.iuiihaii, Kn eisoa for I'crry, VaiiKhan loi I '.limn, llrown for Vnishan, t Icks for llrown, lie ItocMle for Itrdniim, Dverserh for (llliinlM, Vinson lor Valil. Mrx-iudcr for leo'iaid. I'alllnc fur Alrxniidrr, usiln for Mcitrawy, Vlles for lliirrisoii. Ulsipialkteil Naval Acadciny; leon aid and I'.alsnm. Tourlulowns- Harrison, Mr. Itravev. Miles. Coals from loiiehdoiens Prown. 12, (loals fi out he Held iplarrmeiitl llrown, Iltcfcive Mailce, I'nhrrslty of IVniisylvnnlA, I'mp're- Weymouth, Vale. Linesman- Stollrn wiiii;. .lolius Hopkins, linn of .qiisrters 1.1 minute s. I'.usrlevTood Takes Opener. llACKbSHti'K, X. .1., Oct. II. The (irsl football contest ill tho Northern Xew Jersey litlerKi lioliistio League between tho lluckeii Nick and Knglowood High School teums wus won tills afternoon by tho Knglevvood boys, 1.1 to t). Xho same was played st Eulewood. ARMY BREAKS THROUGH RUTGERS COLLEGE TEAM! West Pointers Hreak l'p (Mays and linn l'p '.Ml to 0. Wr.sT I'm ST N Y.Oct. 11 -The buried Itutgcrs to-dav, defeating A 1 my them handilv by a score of L".i to U. The v.sitors never had a chance, not once getting within ctrlkliig illHaiico of the Army's goal, t-'an-turd's mass plays, bf which so much h.id been expected, went smash when they met the Army's line. Wynne 1111. 1 Mcachnm played Toohy and Tallnian olT their fn t. Only for a few moments was the Army puzzled at ltutgers's method of attack. Once solved it was mi en for the alert Army forwanls to stop that llutgers gavo lit up eail.v In the game and thereafter re lied iliieily on Talliii.m'.s kicking to offset I the umaslilng attack of the Army ; The Hying wedge formation designed to I .voted the llutgers backs in running back punts never had a chance to form, so fast and terrltlc was the Army's tackling. 1 Hodgson for the short time he was In 'held his own with Tullman, but Hobln, I die left footer, easily outklcked his rival, I gaining on nearly every exchange. The Arniv's nttink was slow ill get ting started. Forward pati-.es that were I mussed up. pttialtiee for ortslde .la and J fumbles by both sides marked the first I piarter until Just before time was called. ' when llencdict kicked :i placement goal from the thirty yaul line Not until the second lauarter with the entire scrub line and the second string of backs In did the cadets get going Then Hnbbs and Mlihuiii smashed their way through Toohey and Nash until the ball rested 011 the Uutgers's thirty-live yard line Hnbbs then skirted Itockafeiler for a long dash to the goal line for a touchdown and Woodruff kicked the goal. The tlrst half ended with tho score 10 to 0. When tho second half opened the Army continued to hammer the llutgers line, Piitehard, the Army quarter, dliectlng tho most of his plays at Toohey and Nash. Tlie llutgers defence crumbled and then after the Aimy backs made long gains through tho Hue .lotiett and M.irkce. worked well to-day with the Army's fur- vv.ud pass formation. The cadets made their last touchdown 011 a forwnril pass. Doe to Jouett, who ran iiirty yards to the ltutgers's goal. Jones's tine work at guard. Wynne's tackle plays and Prlrhard's sensational running back of punts were the chit f features of tho Army's play. Tubman's kicking nnd Mc Closkv's work at centre wen- best for I tilt - ' ....... .ino I'oslilous llutgers Ia fl end hoekafeller U-ft tackle .Nash Left 1:11 ml Vchllo Venire Mdioskey lllghl guard . T.illui.iu lllght tackle I'oohey ..HlKht end. ., . .Slier Markre Wnnc Mcu-liani McCwin 1 v; '" , 1 .s.n"" Prlrhartl .... i)unrierbaik I.li'icmlorf llodi'son . . iJ-it naiinaeu. ... nraiuir llenedlol , . Illghl halfback. Todd Curd I'tillti.ick Twine .Score Army, 29; HuU'iis, 0 Tnucbdowiis Hnbbs, Mcd'ee. .Iiiinil. duals from louchUnwiis llenedlel, WoudrulT. duals from Held llene. illrt. 2; Wi.odrulf Time of quarters in minutes each. Offliials- Mr Cinllus, leleree A C Taylor, umpire; linesman, Lieut. Haves. .Sub. slltutes- Army Uirrlll.it fur Markee, Marl.ee for Mrrrlllat, Packard for Wvnne, Wjiine fnr PacLard. Packard for Wvnne, heir fur Mi-.ich.mi, Oilarc- for Kerr. Meachain for Oilare. U'c.eliti II 'for MtCw-an. Meltwan for Wadilill. Waddell for I Mri:wan. Ilerrlrk for Jones, Jones Mr Hrrrtck, Ccnfrr for Wrynnd, Urkln for Cenfer, Wrv-and IUr IdllSIU, t.lllien I.J, in'.r, ioik.i 111 Joueii for Huge, line fnr 1'iiiharil, diehard fnr line. Hue for Prlrliaid, McCJee fur Hndc'soll, Hiibtis fui Mcilee, llnolh tor HoMis, Mllbttru for llenedlct. llenedlel fur Mllburn, Wooilrulf fur llenedlrt. Heekrr for I'ord, Ford fur lleeker. llutgers Mcllougal for Hoekafeller. Searle for Mclloiigall, Hoekafeller for .Searle. White for Mei'allum. MrCallum for While. Wtdtnau fnr Kller. Ilarker fnr llrarhi r, Ausiln for Tndd, Todd fur Austin, day fur i'wlng. Dickinson forfeits In Mil) vesnnl. Itatlier tlniu abiile by 11 decision of the umpire In a football gaum between rituyve unit mid Dickinson High schools at tlo West Side Park yi'sterdiiy, the ciiptsin of the Dickinson eleven lelllsed to nllow bis iiieu to pluy nml fnrlelteil the match to Sluyvesiint, Tho teunis hail been pluying only ten minutes when the difllculty cumo up, Tho bull hail been in Dickinson tori I tors' iilino't o 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 it 1 1 ) fro'ii ili lime pluy stui ted , Wee Unrii Heats Netv lliiven, StaMKOIUi, Coim., Oct II - leiini from the New Haven Country club visited Wee Burn to-day, and was beaten six matches to three by the Wee Uurn team. i WILLIAMS BAFFLES HARVARD AT START Holds Crimson Even at 3 to til Final Period; Then Hreaks Entirely. Til It EE (TICK TOFCll DOW NS llaiighton's Men Shoot Score Fp to 2:1 to 3 Before Final Whistle Sounds. Caviiiihikii., Mass., Oct. 11, for lluee twelve minute periods to-day Harvard and Williams were nip nnd tuck on the wet and soggy football Held, the score being a 3 to 3 tie. Ilrlckley had mad a drop kick for 11 goal for Harvard from tho ID yard lino in tho second quarter and in tho thlnl Walker, a sturdy Will iams tackle, succwisfully booted the ball between tho Crimson's uprights from th HI yard line. Hut when tln lust quart, r began Williams fill away off in Ito play, fumbling badly nnd lo-lnc all Its prowis to stop the llarv.ud attack. In tl 10 last twelve minutes Harvard scored three touchdowns and two goals thetefiuin, win ning tho gun hi by '.l to 3. The game was played under the worst conditions Imaginable, Harvard fumbling atrociously In the tlrst half of the am and losing eeveril might) good chances lo score. Williams, had it not bei 11 for Harvard's earl) fumbling, would hnva been swamped by a bigger scoro than that which Harvard made against Malna two weeks ago. The visitors name down keen to play open football an they did t.it jear when they scored a Held goal on tlie Crimson, but to-d.iy It was only a Hash or clever offensive playing that I the) showed, getting away with Hire.. ! successful forward passes in tho third perion, urns t.iKiug the ball from their own 3,". yard line to within twenty yards of Harvard's goal. After this Journey of fort) -live consecutive ynrdn Harvard be. gan to solve the forward piss and aftor holding Williams saw Walker kick his Held goal. Ill the tlrst llerind I :i r .1 1-,1 tnul .1,.. ! ball by fumbling on Willi .'Lilly's t.. v.ie.l line and also on tho lo vanl line. Inter 1 being h,d for downs on the lo v.ud one, iiner anoiuer iimiblo of the wet ball had nccudnned a loss In Cm last period the Harvard team showed a so. otfenro and, reenforced lo subsitutes, made little work of getting Its s- ores. Jiarwuil had its ilrst team on 11... si. .1,1 "day nnd, bat ring the I.0.11 veorl.- Ii. 111,1. ling tho ball, the eleven showed a lot Of real football. The Crimson -.:.ln...l J more than 1211 jnrds In tlm tlrst half, I scoring only on llrlckley's drop kick. Mil I w,,"u W'llams. constantly prei-seil back ' Into Its own territory, s.ivtd itself by following tb,. ball and getting it on the I fumbles of Mnhan and Hradlee of the , Harvard backtkld. 1 Late in th.- afternoon t ivas U Illinois , that did the fumbling .-md it was lr 1 van! that was keen 10 k t alter the suppety ua II 111.1l to s-iuie it Th. tjist tOUClldOWII, hoW.Ver, W.IS till! leMllI of goon, nam iootn.i..i, ii.irv.ini Mailing on Williams's "1 yard line alter m.ivnig a kick, and then going straight down the Held for its score, nine plays covering the necessaiy distance. Williams's quar terback soon aflerwaid dtopped one of Mnhairs kicks on his .1 yard line, Hitch cock getting the ball and llnrvanl ttun scoring in two plas. The last touchdown was made possible bv a eb ver run I k of a short kl it to Williams's l.'i yanl line by Watson, tins fourth substitute quart. 1 hack, Itollliis then scoring 011 a tin .ird run aioiind tlie Williams left whig. The visitors had little lo offer in the way of a ruiiback. but used their forward pass continually. They tried thirteen of these pnssis. four being successful. Har vard us.d the forward pass four thins, but not one of them was completed. I In the second period a forward pass made by llaidwicl. was Intercepted by 'Toolan, the Williams ptintir. who had a clear Held iitid inn forty-one v. mis troni Haivard's :t.". v.ud line before he was overtaken by ll.irdwlck himself. In spite of the wretched ilav the Harvard team showed that it had progressed a lot since lis game with Hates and 011 a dry Held the eleven suuly would have rolle up large score. The lineup . Harvard. I'o.ltlotis. Ci'Urlin Left ind Merer Left tarlrte Mills 1't guard Trumbull Centre . prnnoek HUM guard lltlfhrdck . nisiil tackle, 1 1'onllilge . . Ill'.'ht end . I llraitl.e . . . Qusrlirhack , Mnhan l-cft Imltbirk , llardwlek .. . Hlitht hsltlmck HrlcMcv fullback VI llll. nr.' Vln it Walker II. II Tmnkliis HrlM-oll rutnc'ss New Ion Iliinnewell i'.i.ilsu I'a;. sun Tinier . Score Harvard, 2.1. WIIIIaiiH, 3. Touchdowns -Ilrlckley. Ilrndlrc. Itollliis. duals from loui-h-iloun Storer. Illtrhcock, limn Kirk end from l.el.l HrlrVlev dual from placemen! Widki-r Subsillutes ll.irvnrd 1jib.ui for llridlee Uei tle fur Malmn. Souev for Iruiiibiill Me .tnloeU for Ilrlckley Mlltiolland fur Cooll.lw I. radii e fnr llellle, Malnn for MrMnl.ii k HrlC le Inr lletlle, I uili-rwond for Mills, llellle fnr II liitulrl, Weston for I'cuno.'k. Oilman for Mmri r. Alklus.in fnr Sourv, Wlllells fnr Mnhan, Holllns fur Mi tile, Watson for Uigan. Whitney for Mlllmlland liklns tor cllliimn, Mlttendnrf 1r Klkliis, vnmr for llradlie. Williams lliibl.ell for lliimn-well, Tiicr for Turner. Iliinnewell for Until" II. Ilu!. bell for Ilunnewell. Turner for Tvler. I'm 111 for Walker, Tnmklns for I urnrss. llefe-er Okcson of lJ-hUh. t'mtilre llapcem! of llrnwn Linesman llankhart of Hsrtmoulh I Inn of ipiuriers 12 minutes. SCHOLASTIC FOOTBALL RESULTS. Al I"iitieton-l'rlticrtnii I'ren, -leelll 11 Ii I. At Pawling- Pawlin? School Freshmen. 1 Al l)slninB-Mnunt Pleasant A' nleui) Francis 11, ..... At imbbs Ferrv Monti lair Ae.olimv Kenme x-hool, 13. Al H.iekelis,ick- Knulewno.l Hull t ... St 1 Mo ll.o - ensiek High C At Peekskill-Peekskill Milil.iry ,c.niim ; 1 At Mount Vernon- Pe Will Clint 1 .Mount Vernon High. 0. , , , , , Al Ail. liilii Field. Hrooltlyn Ado pin. I ree porl. High, 0. At Flushing, L. 1 -Flilliltif Hub, dust Neck High, 0. , At Jersey CUy--SluyTes.int Hub is lliekm sun iSlsyvesnut refusi-d lo abide by OecHun of referee nnd quit the Held I At Trenton Lawrence Hie Sihool :o, II. 11 linger High, 0 .,,,., ,.. At Miirristnwn, N .l.-Sl.imfor.l Prep .11; .Mornstown (.elinnl. 0. At Curtis Field -Krasmus. ii; Curtl", 1 At Fordham Field-Fordham Prep, un esir.ha School, 6 41 Merccrsbiirg-l'rinietoii fresnnien .; Mrrccrshnrs Aeadeiiiy. , At Newaik, N.- J.-lllonmflelil lllsh t lli.o'vs '".''''Pmladeliihia-Penn Freshmen. Han s. burg High. I). . ,, , , .'.l ll.inioer, N. 11. - liartmoutb 1 itjIiiiii 11, U; ... ..!.(.. 1 T At Treniou. N Lawreuceville Hi.X Barrlnger Hifh. . , Al Illiuea-Cornell Freshmen, irenr.e Jim '"AMVAu'i'swok. Me.-Ilow.lol,,. 0; Tnnlty 0 A Mi let own. Conn. -Tufts. 13; We.lejaii At Hamilton. .V V; At I'J-s.ile. N J .irnlale. sj: Holiarl 0 Itulberford lllsh. '.V; Pas- saie High. i). At Pottatoo. Ps Hill Ncluiol Jii Tonia School, 0. I Or on el Circuit Maces Pnt I. I I ,.v... . IsV . Oil 11. Til" 'ilillld ' ('In llll ..lies scli.ilul.il to I" held tn-il.i) were iiostponed because of ill l et lillll. Moil- A double cant will ne nn. da).