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ttMMBlMj - .urn n THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1913. 4-f HARVARD BEATS THREE YOUNG GIANTS OF ST. PAUL'S CHAMPIONS IN THEIR FIRST YEAR FORDH AM AWAKES IN TIME TO TIE BOSTON PRINCETON, 3-0 n NAYY SURPRISES BY BURYING BUGKNELL Midshipmen Flush Kvcr.v Kind of Piny and Hun I'p n Hiir Sen re. r fniiUiiuiit from Second rape. Hrlcktey, diving through nn oirilnic In rtinceton' left wing, emerged behind the ash llnf travelling a I top speed, He slipped and fell, but Jumped up and con Piuied. Hi" dodged linker and slipped ':x Up he leaped and sprinted some mire. Then (Hick, made a grab for him tut missed and tlrlckley, now under full i('irtt4V, had coveted twenty yards when lll'dc, rushing tip behind him. made a orkltiK tackle on Princetons 30 yard line Itrndlic, however, was an easy vie- ! m when lie butted Into R. Trenkman, so Itardwh'k tried a forward pa. (Welt I caught tlie ball, but It nan brought buck I una iriiiceiun gni 1.1 v.nrn ror holding, Forvv-nrd I'naa neeeeda, Strelt caved I'ennock In for ten yard . nd Maker tiled a forward pns. It was 1 in eeaful, Inasmuch a Hammond eaught , it fni a tlr.sl down on Hnrvntd'n 40 yard ie Stielt found the llaivaid line" In- v 't ilile and the Falnbltdge team received ' five Minis for offside play. Liw punted, mill .lust as Hiacllee tell upon It on Hat aid Jiild line the pcilod rame to an end. PRINCETON'S DYING CHANCE. Ilariln lets' Ptinta Short and Tlnera (iet Hull In furs' l.rnnnil. Mure sponging was ne.rssary m th ' ! mis I'ould ew wh.n they were about I iefire the tltul pel lod was begun. With' iti ball on Harvard's s jard line Hard- w c, sinned play with a three urd gain nit. n made a punt necessary. Ilnrdwlck. i le'efoie. stood behind the coal line to re. fi'i' the ball, which must have welghid 'on He kicked I! with all his might. It Hie leather failed to respond to the npi'ius, fni It sailed into the air almost rpendieul.irly and then dropped out of lOijnd at Harvard' 21 .ud mark, hav- iik citeted a distance of less than twen t -five ards. Up leaped old Nassau alive to the situs.- m and urging Hnktr to get In a drop ck Mulch If successful would tie the oil' llaker, however, wasn't ready to t'.empt this play, for he evidently thought i i.it the lushing game might be produce i'e of i touchdown which would win. Hut (lie I'rlnceton captain noon discovered mat rushing the Harvard line was value less for (illck and Strelt were stopped In tnelr Hacks by heavy tackles, m, that on the third down It was necessary to gain en aids. When llaker concluded to try a drop ck he cleaned his shoes carefully and ave the signal on the .15 yaid line. The all was passed perfectly lo him. but the Harvard fouvards simply tore the Prince 'in nefence to tatters and Just as llaker u'cil the ball fiotn the turf I'ennock got , the wa. The ball struck I'ennock on ne shoulder and a Herte strugsle for Its .Kses'loti followed, A Harvard man fell T It on the 25 ard line and I'rlnceton -roaneil Once more Hni'dwlck nttenipted to kick the bill out of danger, but he had no power left In his leg and when the ball nllid out of bounds nt Harvard's s Vlir, i line there was wild laughter as Strelt, who chsrt It. collided with (.'ouch Haugbton and burled him In a mountain of straw. Haugbton. usually serious. Joined In the aughter as he picked up hi cane and illsi'overed that the carnation still re mained In his buttonhole. Here was another opportunity for I'llnceton and Old Nassau was ablaze with excitement, linker decided to direct mother attack, but Strelt, In spite of Millilng grit, failed to gain more than two aids. llobe Can't llnlar the Hull. "Kick a goal, Hobey; kick a goal," bowled all Princeton, and llaker, a a last esort, took up his position on the 33 yard mark Again the ball was passed per- 1 fe.-tly to the I'rlnceton captain and till time his protectors held the Crimson tackier at bay. Hut Haker's kick was a 1 id failure. The ball left his toe and , .babied along ,1... groun.1 without rising ' "ore than a foot. It bobbed along to ' Haivard's 21 vard mark, where Soucv. with his great milk, almost Knocked tne wind out of It. Hurdwick's sior kicking fulted in hi retirement In favor of Malum anil the latter, tailing back for a fak" punt, enabled llrlckley to make tho 'ongci-t run of the game. Around I'l Inci'ton's left end came Hrbklej with three Harvard men dash iE along In front of him bowling over kkts. llrlckley dodged here and H ere. ulng a straight arm now and then upsi t an opponent, nnd finally after "V ring wlxty yard with a clear field ahfail of htm he was deprived of a I robable touchdown, by an attack In the nr on the part of Itallln, who liter a 1 dragged him down on I'rlnceton' " yard mark. A royal cheer greeted H-l'kley's remarkable perfomance on the slippery field, while I'rlnceton also hcered llalllti for Ills timely tackle. F. Trenkman succeeded Strelt as i'rlnceton' fullback and llrlckley then workul hi way by henvy line plunging i' I'rlnotnn's 1.1 yard line. Hut the. Tiger- did not flinch. They stood up to , 'lie merciless pounding with wonderfut 1 -mage and fcoon llrlckley saw that it was ixresaary to try a drop kick from the ;ri yard line. He got nis kick away Mi-cl.v, but the night of the ball was too , .... , .i ...... .k w uiiu toe ir.,.ei eiMt.ua I in I l.nw fumbled a pass on the klckout. , but managed to punt the bnll to Logan, , who made a catch on Princeton's 4t yard I ne Here llrlckley tried a noal from I I lai em nt, but attain the ball fell short the mark and (Hick ran It back to' "rnci ton's 22 yard line. Mnlian caught Law's punt nnd worked It back to Har Hni's 45 yard line, where In a fnkc mi k formation he tried again, only to lose seven yardH. Then Mahan punted, driv i g Hie ball to linker, who was squelched i Princeton's. 33 yard mark, a play that vns followed by a punt from l,aw' I t, Mahan running thirty yards after ' raking the catch. nrlckley fought Ills way to Princeton's I van! mark, where lie was beaten back ' 1 ' ir n loss bv K. Trankman's hard tackle. 1'inia ran out on the Held at tills stag.v j if Hie nroceeil lies to suppiaui niorei nt , iglit end. the latter taking Hitchcock's ' Ke at right tackle. But as Dana did a repot t directly to the referee, Harvard " penalUecl fifteen yard. Mahnn'a v nn! punt was well handled by Baker. it Soucv got lilm on Princeton's 18 ynrcl ie, w hich of course, prompted another j i t by Uivv which Mahnn handled iianlv only to be settled on Harvard s ii taut nun k. llrlckley llnsy tn the F.nd. II ukley tried In vain to dent the. I'l.iuetoii line and Baker ran Mahan' ml out of hounds at I'l iiiceton's 1.1 yard ie l.,iinberloii was all In nnd Htear J 1 . e succeeded him at Princeton's right l M, i ha n grubbed Law's kick and was i' Med by Semmons on Harvard's 4.1 aid line There wns only a minute left ' ' ll,t. vet Hnrdvvick wns sent In to re lace Hnullee. llrlckley could do nothing with the desperate Tigers, but Harvard "i'lve.1 live yard for offside play. This l ive the Crimson team a first down. Hi u kley, still anxious to do something' I'lilettuithv, era shed Into Princeton's right 'i ug but was beaten linck for a small iota. Thin the whistle sounded and th4 rame wns over, the ball being In Har i ird's poi-seMslon on Princeton's 5 yard I ne The rival players cheered nn imotlier and left the. field without n iieiiiininrallnii on I he part of their fol i overs T,n llai vaid undergraduates dM law usual snake dance In auproved atyto mmm :rjm mm h . -tmrnm The liulnnrku of the iiimrt-rul line of St. I'mifs ehiMil, (Inrilrn Clt. I'rnm Irfl lo rluhl llnlll, Irfl tnckle, nrlicht IN.., heluht II feet SI lnehe Woodhurn, eenlre, nrlicht 17". heluht n frrt l Inehesi Rrovtn. left tnrklr, rreluht llto, heluht .1 feel Itl Inelirs. These three have Itrntrd thorn In I he side nf nrry teiim the time fneeil Ihls enr. J as the Harard band moved along In flout. The lineup: llnrimt l'oltlon. Prlnretnn Position. Left end !.cf t turtle . Uft (tiinnt. t'niire Hlrhl irunrd . Itlrhi mcUlc Itl Kh t end . . O.lirlen.. Left end Itiimmond Hitchcock lftuekle. Phillips Ifowen . U ft (tunril. Mem men . Souey (Vmre IVI'mikman Pennork. Itlrhl irniird . W.Suart Hitman Itlrhl luckle . . IIjIIIii iSHorer . Iilnhi cnrl . . , Shrs lurilulek,.' iefl hilftwek ' ' Ijiw Hrdlec lllfht hsllbsck ... It. linker Wunrierhnek "1,..';' .. a 'Vr''" neld-Ilrteklev. Mubstlluies -Hnrvnril Mshsn for !lrcl!er: Practice for Mshan, Hardulek for ttndlee. Mnhon jor Ilnrdwlck, Dana for .Stnrer, Storet for Hitchcock 1'rlnretmi: lmberion for Shea, K. Trenkman for Sirett. Strelt for V Trenk man, V. Trenkman for Mtrelt, S. llaker for In. berlon. Iteferee- V. S. Ijoiirford of Trinity Umpire Neal Snow of Michigan Head linesman David I., h tilte of Drown rime- l-our IS min ute periods. A I tendance cto.nmi. AMHERST SUBS DOWN W. P. I. Second Strlns ten Knglnerrs, Aid In :IN tn II, Hrntliiir AMHKnsT, Mass., Nov. S Amherst gave almost all It substituted a chance to-day and defeated Worcester Tech by the coie of 3t to P. Amhcrft at no time tiad dltll culty In making ga.ns through the Wor cester line and usd several forward passes for long gains. The Engineers were dangerous at only one time, when a long pass In the fourth period brought the ball to Amherst's 10 yard line, but there they were held for downs. Warren made several sensational runi and Hubbard made heavy gains througi the line. Swasey too was a good ground gainer on forward passes for Amherst, while Cain and Kelley were the only re. deeming features of the W. P. I. eleven. The lineup: Amherst. ('. fthumuay , Kimball Cross, luucrnfi l.lnd l Miumway S as-y Washburn Warren Ibibhard Po 4ltlons. Iett cil'l .... I.cft tvklc ., l-rfl guard Centre Klvht guard ItliiUt tackle . litiht end. (Quarterback . . I-cft halfback (tight halfback W I' I, . Stone Desmond Italian llecker etilerni.ui I Smllknecht 1 Sherwood Kclley I .('iyne t . iv.inr Camp Mcday Score- Amherst, ss- W. I. ..u Touchdowns ruiinacK Washburn. Swas;y, Warren, llublurn. (iiwlt Il0'n..t.oucJ,,i'1M,"?. MrV;.y' (.!,''o'r"m..ll('1.'.' w...:... u..t. .(!.... t. w t.- St.. ....... t- -reman' for Atwaier. Ilutler for Mriiay. Itnowl'ton for Warren. McHay for Htiiler. Am tier tor ('. Shumway. Hur for Hubbard. McTernan for !Tor' u'shSmway"- lir'trnks'" r" hS,". nmnrt, Hetlberg for Coyne lleferee - .lohiimn. Sprlngilelil. I'mptre Harlcigh. I rter. I.lnc mail' KtlnatrleL. Tune of iter ixls two of and two of 1 minutes. QUEAL'S TEAM TAKES HONORS. Harvard Furnishes First nnd Second Men. but Vnle Wins Out. New Haven, Nov. K The Yale cioss couutry team won from Hafivnrd Ivte to day, 25 points to 35, over the hardest cross-country course a Yale team ha ever traversed. The Yale runner com pletely upset Harvard calculations by the victory, for since the race became an an nual event nix yeais ago Yale has failed to vv In. Capt. Hoyd of Harvard finished fint to rlav. with lllackman of Harvard second. The next five places went to Yule, how lever, which lost the Crimson the contest. 'The Haivard team as a whole found the I ..n.. iM, hard, ihoueh Cant. Ilovd's per- funnance of covering the six mile course in 10 minutes 7 2-5 seconds is cnnsiueieii exceptional. To-day's victory In cross-country comes as a result, partly at least of the methods adopted by Hilly (Juenl. wtiu came 10 aie H year ago as coach for distance runners. The summary: pin. Nome and College. Tlm. !. S. 40 7 J.Ti 411 7 3-r. 40 BJ l-Ti 41 1J 3-5 41 24 Z-Z 41 ar. 41 :& s-5 41 !, 4: it 42 tc a.r. . . . 4'.' 31 4S 4S . ". Total. :r. 1. 1J. Total. 31 , -cvi j.,, Harvard Hlnrkmiin. Harvard S Saftunl. Yale 4 Capt. Ilooih, Yule .. . ft Frost, Vale a Hurt. Yale 7 risrk. Yale Tlrgman. Harvard. . 9 Young. Yale 10 Mcl.ure. Harvard 11 Hnlden. Yale IS II. Tlrgman. Harvard. Points Yale i, 4, f. onlnt". Harvard t, nnlnls. Offlclnla N. II llalch'lder. Harvard, refere; Alfred Shrulih, lliirvaru. st.mer; Squibb, Crawford. Hrntwi and (Jiie.il. Judge Clut Cocktwl No one on earth can mix two cocktaiU equally well by gueuwork. Thewholeeharm ofacocklailit inthoamooth neta that cornea from accur ate blending and aging. That is why Club CocktaiU arealway fine and amooth mixed lo meature, of the beat liquor then aged in wood. Get your favorite kind at your dealer'. C. F. IIEUBIEIN A BROTHER New York Hartford London N. Y. U. SMOTHERED BY SYRACUSE OPEN PLAY I'p-Ktnlc Men Have Their Own Wny Score 1R to 0. rilllf'S llllll I.OX HI'XS AUK MY Seymour Contrihiitcs One of 11(1 Yard for the I Touchdown. hum SinvctsK, N V. Nov Open play , featured the game In which the Svra i disc I'nlv erslty football team defeated the I New Yoik I'nlvusity eleven here this nfternoon by ft score of If to Numer ous long runs fiom the klckoff. Inter cepted forward passes and returning punts helped the Orange considerably In the scoring. The final touchdown of the day came after a run of eighty vnrds by Quartet back Seymour. The little fellow took the ball on the Ulcknff and given good Inter ference continued through the centre of the field down to the goal line. Another touchdown In the thlld ipiaitcr came when t'astle Inteicepted a foiward pass nnd tan fortv-ftve vards for a tM'i' I Castle also contributed two other touch downs to the list, while Seymour scoted on a charge through guatd Castle tried 14 Kn;" ,rom ,m'm m,m "w ""'" I yard and missed by Inches. i I The many cluing) a made in the Syra cuse team during the past wel; bad their effect. Coach n'Nelll allowed his men to uso only a fw play, but these weie manipulated cart fully, with good n suits. New Yorks were never in S.v rucuse ten I- 10 i tory for any time. They held the Orange for downs six times duilng the game, but ra leu to taKe uuvantnge oi ineir oppor- ,., ... . ,, ,,, tun t e., After each temporary check they either shot n forward pass to a Syracuse player or else a short punt by Huntley guve the ball to Svracuse In New York territory Some of the New Yoik men arc de serving of credit for the manner in which they fought. This Is title particularly of dipt, Torrance and Wiener. This pair of heiivywelghtH seemed the only men in the 1 line who were able to check the Orange ! chin gc even fur an Instant Waldman at end plnvcd a plucky game, but his lack ' of weight was n serious handicap against I the big Syracuse tackle. "Habe" White, all Interscholastlc guard In New York two years ago, was one of the strongest men on the Syracuse line to-day. The big fellow, weighing 23fi pounds, wa In every play and always made his presence felt He smeared play after Play and was particularly iffectlve 111 Intercepting lineup . Syracuse. Hllilnger iCapt I. Idle Arnistrong Comyth. Mi'lllllxeoii Crnpst .Shufell. . . Seymour the forward pas. The Positions I .i f I did Ufl laekle Left guard Centre lllrht euard New York Amnisduccl lener O'Dounell Torrance Mackay Hymen Wiildinan Huntley Mcliermott McCiilluugh Vim Mcrhow Klghl tackle ItlE cht end Utiarierback . i asue. Woodruff.. Wakefield Ixft halfback . High! halfback. Ciillback . Score- Syracuse. I"; N Y I'.n. Touchdowns Caslle. 3: Scl r mour, 'J: Klug'lev, Woudrulf (iuaN from touchdowns Castle. a: sniircu. j; vvnne. Siibailtutes Kingsiey for ( ajlle, Castle for Mngsley, .loliuson ror Seymour, iianniii ror McClllggolt, Somniir fur Johnson. Trigg fur Armstrong. Travis for Woodrult, Mchuls for Ulnisley, 1'arber fur lllinngcr. Ilansler for I'or svlh. Hroitn fur Halibut, smlthsun for Cropst, Ibunlllon for Shufiil, Hinisrknecht for Wake ilcld, Miller fur Von Mcchuw, llnllander fur Mackay, Itnschbniim fur Tnrranrc, Torrance for O'Dnnnell. Hurke fur Miller, .ayas for Hnl- , lander, Hurl e for WnUlmin, Hnllaiuli'r for .asas. Waldman for Hurke, Hurke fur Miller. Cox for Ammadiiccl. Hakri for McCulloiigh. Ilrferce Clsley of Colgnlr. empire llcCamp of Will- I buns. I.lnrsman Mllham of llainllliin. Time of quarters 11 minutes. COMMERCE ESCAPES DEFEAT. I'arwaril Vmmn In l.nal llnute lialna Tie Wild Stu v esnnl. A forward pass ncrows the Stii.vvesnnt goal line from Hunther to Hooper In tlf Inst minute of play waved Cominerco High ncnooi mini urifui n.u,,rr.,. ...... School at .Manhattan neiu yeateinay. n final acore was 7 to 7 The game wn pla ert In a l;'wnpour wiiicii mnue goon loiiii'uii iiiii".ii'ir. -deplte the elemetitM Conimerco for the first time wa outplayed by It les con plcuoiiH contemporary. Hed Hogan Htarred for Stuyvesant and He Hoer for Commerce. The lineup : Commerc-', Krlinrldrr.. Montromery Tanslll. .,, He Horr.. , Wagner Hageiuever,, Homier., liunllirr... Qulnn, Olapn.. Position. Stiiyvosniit Abli-y Ire McMullen Volltner . ..Sinclair Iti Monica Kern , ..(-cfti'lid. , . ,.Ufl tackle Ufl guard. , Centre . Hlght guard,,, Hlght laekle, High I rial., , .(.luarterhack Mrtiiilnness lin naiiiincii,.,iiamuicriiciMriK Hlght halfback... ,. Hunan Fullback.., .Shuck I'arkingioii, ..!,., ntnrre. ?! SlUVVeMtlt. 7. TOUCH- ttnwns- HammeiMiilaganil llnu-er t.oals from liiuiliilnwnl Schuck and (Julnn. biibulliite; Coinmerie: Kilmer fur (innthei. Ciimlirr for Winner. Ornsieln for Wagirr. isnsll for Parks, Worth for Schmlilrr, le Hoer for Mnnltoneiy. Ivamen fni He Hoer. Sluv vesinl: I lllllon for HiimmrrMhlng, l.urih for Item, Hifrrcc Kllrpatrlck of Fordhani, Hmiilre liellrher of IHnn Ivanla. Linesman-Craw-lent of N. V. U. Time r'our 13 minute period. HACKS IM.AY Til Kill PA HT Ihicknoll Hrncc Komi It in One Score to 7(1 I'oints for Victors. Annapolis, Md No- t.- The Naval Academy astonished Its most sanguine friends tills uf t-iiiomii bv winning from , Huckncll, t-rim which bud shownl high class play In li'.itliii', foinoll and I'ltts blilg bv 7n to 7 Tin powerful Navv , ll'in and ha'd lilltim; lacks Were the main factor In this surprising lctcry. but the local tenia showed a good arlet of plns iiml met with some success with the forwaid pass. Nlcholls, who played oiiartei- dining about half tin- game, ebo. i trilled tin spectators h his wonderful i dodgltig, bis work In this line rivalling .that ever pet formed by a Navy plajer. He signalized bis entry Into th game in j the Mcond half by running more than hn' the biiirih of the Held foi a touchdown. and runs of fioin thirty to flft Minis I wire leel"d off by hint regular!.. Huckncll took a ciedltiible brace nt the ' begluultig of the sound half and nude I the onl score of the thlld iiuntter. though I the bnll was left Inside their 5 yard line . at Hie end of the p-rind, and the midship- men had no difficult In taking It over on 1 the 111 st play of the final period. I ti. Panic's inn of sixty yards, carrying ) the ball to Nrv.v 3d ard line, made j a bcttir turn for the visitors. Ten yard wne galtuil on a forward pass and If teen more by the Nhv'h holding. Two ' pla were unsuccessful In winning these final live yaids. but the ball was carried over on a nice fni w ard pass from Crulkshanks to Hullitnn. Falling, one of the bU fellows nf the Navy miu.hI. was Mclteavev's mate at h-ilfbaek nf lh heirlhn In ' nf llm nni. ' Hoth of these hefty backs plated wonder- nil loo oan huh were ne main laciors m 'beating down the visitors' defence. Moth i showed wonderful ability as line breakers i ,and fine holes wen- opened for them by ; ,llrown, Howe and KalMon. The Navy .also ued a delated pass with fake Inter- I ference, jolng around the other way, and Knvp lnu ,,K'l'', opportunities for dashing through the line, where straldht j pluys probably would have been stopped. The Navy u.ed the forward pass with fair success only. Ixmg gains were made .on passes to (Sllehrlst and Ingram, but I most of the passes were uncompleted or 'yielded the ball to the other side, i Sturgls got off passe of wonderful length for Hucknell, but they were not I accurately nlmed a a rule and the ball was caught by a Navy player much more 'often than by a Hucknell man. He worked a new stunt of passing the ball as far as he could and bevond Hie side line, using this play Inst. nil of a punt, and thus guarding against a run back. , A in the other games this season, the Navy lost heavily throush the Infliction of penalties, Hrown. Howe and Ingram were rilled off for roughtie?' The Navy con i tlngent la delighted bevond measure by ' the showing of lis team to-day and feel that It Is as stionir as any In the cotintrv. , The lineup i Xat al Academy. Intram . Halslon Howe ,. I'rrry brown Vauirhan ,. (illrhrlst Poslllons l'tt end Hucknell I'latt Hearn limiting Shailncr 1'lshrr Vrthi-r Sturgls ( nilkshanks Krls.r (inndlac Sullivan Tmlchilnwns Uft tackle . . l-eft irusrd Centre UIkM curd Might tackle HUM end Quarterback Ufl halfback HUM halfback Fullback Mrltcavi , railing Harrison Score Navy, :o; Hucknell. MI'chell, 1. Hnrrlson. 1. Mrlleavei, 1'. Ulmliceit Males. Sullivan (Inalsfriim touchdowns Hrown, Alri.tntlrr, '.'. Vaiighan. Sturuls Ooal from the Held Drown Substlnles Naval Aeaihmv iivrresch fur Inirraiu Ingram for ovrrcsih. Harrlsi.n fur Inirratn (iveresrh fur Harrison. Kennedy for Itnlslim. Wlck4 for Howe, Howe for Wick-. Woodward for Howe, llmerson fur l'rrrv. Slrer fur Krimn. Hedman for VauKliali. Vautthali fur Iti'ilniMt, Wlrks fur Vaiiclmii. (Iraf for (ill Christ, Mchuls fur Mitchell. Hates fur Nichols, lllotlgeti fur Vlclleavey, Alexander for lllmlgett, Mcllrav) fur Alexander. Xlexanderfor MrHravey, V alll fur Alexamler HliHtell for Calling. Miles for Harrison. Hales fur Miles. Harrison fur liatrs llurkiirll Mahlnney fur I'latt. Clan fur Mnhlll- i uej . i nni iur miiuu, , n.nri.i ...i . . . Aehaukaa fur ( dan c, Sldpniali fur Alishnukns .frrr, 1()rcr, fnlver.Hy of 1'rnnsylvanla, lies, rdwnnls fur I'rnilint. vveuuiein rar riseer I'n.i.lr Itrvn Prlurrlilll I. tlfsmnn Stlillrll. wi-rck, Johns Hopkins Time uf ipiariers 11 minutes MORRIS RALLIES FOR TIE. Ilreiirrn From I'our Otnrl nnd eorr Tnnphilun n In Last Hunrtrr. Pkhkskili.. N. Y. Nov s, Morris High I School's font hull team lecovired lloni v bad start In It gamo with the Peeksklll ' Military Academy thl afternoon nn I manag-d to tie the score, i! lo . The I cadet scored In the first jil.il t r on 1 ti night football, Hyde scoring ftom the I yatd line on a plunge through cen- 1 tie. Morris emulated the mllltaiy j match of Its adveisary in th" third quai ter and gained a touchdown In ten downs 1 fioni mliltleld in the last quarter. ; Socolower scored on through left tackle play In spite of the fact that half the cadet machine was there lo block lilm. Tin- lineup Peeksklll PosMluns 1 lei in Uft end Holrornhe Iefl tickle Sit vens li ft icuard Hllleck Centre Weber ItlKlit gimd Slnrlalre lllglil Inckle lllltlcs Klichtend Clllott ciiiNrifrh.ick I jn t 1. (1 linlfbark . Hide lllch' luilfhnrk Welch Ciillback Seme Mnrrt. a. Peeksklll. ci. Morris VV,.Uil,llw r . . Kraft I , . . storrh Stsoluwcr, Hyde. Sulntltuliv Siilllviin for stoich.'l'anMir for Jenson, Sklnnei fur Mever fnr Idlioti. lleferee inner, v, i' t'l5lmTniitm'.,'l':,'m''r''r0r'lh',m' l"'r"M" ROMP FOR CARLISLE BRAVES. Wnrner's Men Tnki Johns Hopkins Into In 10 1 li III to II, IIai.timoiik. Mil., Nov k. (iiitmatched In every department of the game the .lolllis Hopkins football team wa de feated till afternoon at Homewood by the Carlisle Indian. The core wa ill to 0. Hy using straight football tactic nnd a forward pit for twenty .vards the Indian carried the ball lo Hopkins' 2 yard line, when tliiyon went around right end for the first touchdown. (latlow failed to kick goal. Time after time by Hicks In giving signals nnd fake play the Indians vvor able to make long gain iiiound Hopkins' . T,)e Ia til 1 1 I a? continued in every ftI1(i ,Uilng the fourth Carlll netted twenty point. Carlisle wa penal. U(H, for hl)llllnK mil offside play, Tlio ' last quarter biiw ninny ubatltutloiis by both teams. The Hcoilng of Hie Indlani In the Inst quarter was mnde on Htralght football. The lineup: Carlkte, ,, Hill Mourn Hush l.iokarotind Pratt Harlow tliiyon , llracklln Posiiinns. .li'ft end Iffl tackle Johns Hopkins , .(inrman llbensiierger , , , Primrose Barclay ,,, Hartman .Wilkinson lert guarii .... .I'entie Hlght fiiaul ,,,, .lllslil tackle .Hlght end Quarterback left halftiack .Hlght halfback.,,. , I'-ullbaok llrlilKinan .I'ultnn Tlppell .llranhain Chunn (.a lac slmirp C'arlUlt' AH John Hopkins 11. Touch downs- tialac, o: llracklln, tiiiyon and Welah, 2, lioalu from inuriiiKiwiis iiuyon, .11 t.aiac. 4. Subailiuiea I'arltole; Verdoeroek for Pratt. Welah fur Harlow. Hopkins: Yott for Mrldgman, Tip iietl for I'ulton. Ilrnok for Tlppelt, Powers for brooks, Campbell for Chunn. Taliafrrru for Camplxil, Callander for llninhaui, Todd for liibrnspergcr, Slollenwerek for (airman. Wood ward for Hartnian. Iteferee Ijind of Navy. Umpire -Havklnun of Pennsylvania. Linesman I'liier of Hopkins. Time of quarter- .: minute eaca. fillherl K. Toiiilliison nf I'lillnilel phln, 1 )rnra old, nnllollill half mile ami in ill I nee cliniiipliin. EXETER BEATS ANDOYER,! MAKING RECORD SCORE Knriirlit Stnr in l,on Uelnved Victory Won With Teiim I'nchiinircil. i:r.Tr.n. V H., Nov. Phillip. Kxctt r Academy swamped I'hllllps-Aliilover In the annual football game between the two iiig prep schools this afternoon. The score ' wns SO to n Ilxcter's speedy and power , fill team played true to form and over I whelmed their opponents. It vens the first . victory the homo team ha won over An . dover since 1 Ito nnd the score wivh the . ' . ' 1 I since ls.t, when evens representing the two academies nrft me( on th,. gridiron. . while the Hxeter team played together 1 splendid style the work of nevcral In- dividual stood out prominently. i:nrrsht, the l-usky fullback, alone scored 35 points ' for his school. He made four touchdowns, kicked eight goal and booted the ball over the bar from plncenient He Is going to i enter Harvard next year Uveler'" backs tore off long runs and the for wan I pass I was worked successfully. Casey tossing to ICiirlght over the goal line for Kxeter'3 seventh touchdown How hopelessly Andover wns outclassed Is shown by the fact that Its eleven ilid not have the ball In Hxeter's territory at any time during the game and onlv once made a first down on rushing. In the first nerioil Ivetimtoti nnd Knrluht each I made a touchdown. Muring the second 'quarter Ketnptoti stored another touci' 'dovvn nnd lanlght kicked a goal from i placement, standing on the ST, yard line. ' Imrlng the third period Kxeter scored two more touchdowns and Hires were added In the final period when Andovei was ahont all In. Not a change wns made In the Kxeter lineup during the game, while Andover shifted plaver frequentlv . The lineup C.xeter Cutrerfnrd Holton Neal Kellv. MrCralb Illark Wiwe Keninlun HlKZiiain I'll se Clirlihl Srure Kxeter I'usiiiiins rll end IWt tackle lft guard Centre lllchl ifu.ini MUllt laekle lllcht end yuartrrliack Iefl hslfbark Itlcht halfback Ciillback .Vi An luvrr. o Anduvrr W rspui Ta I T New Inn Callahan auburn llnl.lriilc Macr.ie sands Murrav iioul 1 Svier ruuchdu'.t lis Knrlsht. I. Caev heniptnll 'Insrim lien ! fr..m tmu'hdnwns rnrlzht s (ii,n fHUll ilnrr- nient I'nrlirlit Sutisiltutrs Atnlnver Avciv fur Saiiburn. Sanborn fur Newmn. sheehan fur Weslnli. Ihonipson fur Macrae, rkiin f.tr Thotrpson, -Vsl.lcv fur Macia". Ssurr for shr . Marree for lioiild C'-rklns fur Sa rr lleferee A C V till In C, ( o r ne 11 I "plre Hi I'dwanl J (l llrlen.T'lfls IJtiesiuan Hub Maxwell S..aril. mure Tune of ivrksls 1'lfu en -.Iti'iti FARMERS ARE GOOD HARRIERS. Win Crosa-I'unnlry llnu From Am heral, 'J'J lo ilH, I AMIII'Kst, Mas. Not s--Vmheist and the Massachusetts Aggie- i,ud a good Ho In cross, countr.v i tinning to.il.O. I tlie Aggies winning 22 to 3d MnheiFt un itoved Its showing bt good sprinting at the end of the rate, advancing some of Its ' rutin"! several places. Ilcrsh did e.xcep tliinal work In till- nspect. Coming Into the Ib'ld for the last two laps a pi or seventh, he showed a remarkable huist of speed that nil but gained lilm fourth , pi if. Kichiuils and roley of m c ran a tine race nnd although liny weto hard inessed by Heavens tinlheil In good form The runners weie placed us fol low : Itlfbitrils. M c . Colee. M, A ( . Heavens AlllllTsl. Muggett. M. A 1' , llersli. Amherst, one. Amherst; lllnlr Amherst. Nilte, .VI A C . Illlssdl, XI A (' Sltffnrd Amherst, Chl-hulni, .M A I' , Culluii. Alll herM PENN GETS SOME CONSOLATION. I'realiioiin Harriers Win From Hart month Clllis, -4 In Hil. Han'over, N H., Nov i Peniir Iviniln ' .' . . .irnstiii 'got route consolation for Its football team s Se'huelle defeat by Dartmouth, when the I'hllndel- ' ' ' .'"T,'1 ' plila fr'shiuan cross-country team defeated " '. sm'ncMho Pint mouth .veaillngs 24 to 33. The , ' socoinurr i race at four and a tlftli mile was run . . Mauley j mu,.r inor cnndltlon In a cold mill III .il.i,."!,.,J",!f.n.k.. 'the mind time of 23 minutes I seconds I l'eeo, the Pennsylvania Mm, run a lax III- ,,t race, reserving HI'' luit until tlie I thiish. when lie pulled past Capt Mycr of IV(io. I'enn Ivanln, .'SO, Mir Hurt iiitui ti. Mc.Mti litiM, 'tunp t.inln .:. 14 , Shrliurn4. 1h rtinoui Ii :M , i'hft(r. l'piin-vl wtnlii, :'4..1Ii Klpp, Dfirltnuiilti. 1!) tt, Murnpv, I'f nnsvlx iintn. 21.(7, irlirifttlpr IVntin Ivunta, 21 bU; Stcvni)n ISmhifvI vniili, r.-4. Mnrithnt, l.irl nimH li. J. '." vir, lnrtimiulh. "t 20. llelnile'a llniiillcnp Helpful. Member of the Pvlcer Meadow c.otf Club played in an eighteen hole handicap v.esterduy. V W. Fitch won 111 das A with 81 S, 73 and the leader in class II was F, J. Helmlc, whose card wa S3 2ii, "3. The second match round for the 111 my and navy cup has been com- pbied, and nne of tlie eml.lnal mulches lias been plavccl. The core ; linn. llnu Class A - F W. Filth, kl-, .M I'.lllFnd'l, ;3. I! F Hunt. 7C--1, L'i. .1 sr.. in liiiss H I". .1 Helnile, h3- :n. f.S; (' P lllldersleeve, 0 -15, "5, H. H Poilluuly, S5 -II, !). H I'. Hnrrlngton, tui H'., '0. Army anil Navy flip. Set upd Hntind -I. II Smith defeated IL A Hade. f. up anil 7 In play, I, It Hnwden (Wilted H, Hnwe, I up i I. t. HerKh defeated (i. Nuiinin. I up and 3 I" pin) i II, O. i'lirsons defented F, llarlnn. 1 up Seinl.flniil Huiinil - Huh den defeuted Snillh. .' up CnlHnte II miner Triumph. Hamilton, N. Y Nov, k. The La fayette crosa-country team met defeat here to-day at the hand of the fast Col gate team, tt to 35, The courae was an excedlngly difficult one, of six miles, and wiia covered. In the fast time of 32 minutes 3 second. Hernstrom of Colgate was first. Imaire Defrnta Alabama, ntnuiNOHAM, Nov, S. Hewanee and Alabama were about evenly matched, and to-day's game belonged 1o either lde un til the final whlitle blew. Hewanee won 10 tn 7. tipen work, forward pauea, and double paaiea featured the gam. i Joseph '. Whentlej, neveiiteen-enr-old sulniioer of the .mt 1'iirl , V., holder of the nnllounl iiniler mile title. RITCHIE TO BOX MURPHY. Mnti'h tlnde Without lleicnril In Out iMHllt nf Cross Hunt, Willie ltltchle v s llailem Tommy Mur phy at San I'Vanciycn, llecemle'r 5. Thl match nil" clinched lure vesterdnv vvh'ii Harry I'oli y. nianager of the light weight champion, tthgrnplnd to .latins W, Coffioth at Han I'lanclsco formally accip. Ing an offer for Hie Unit, The match wai niadn without regald to the outcome of Itltchle's battle with l.eacli Cross hire to mot row night. Ultchle declared hliiiself In tlrst class shapi last night. "I weighed Just 133 Vj to-day after light woik, ' he said. "And at that I am Just about right. I f.-ul strong a I could wish to be, and If 'ros tun beat me 1 will have no ixcuws. "Ild .toll notice I said 133 ij'1 ltltchle continued, "Well, that's correct. A lot of tliene fellows etn to think I'm a white lrpe In weight, but I want to tell you that Hboiit 133 iliilde Is natural for me. It's lliv best weight Hoth t'ros and ltltchle have practically finished training and will weigh In Mop day evening an hour befoie the bout. Kach Is almost certain to make the weight of 13.-. easllv ARMY TRAMPLES OVER ltcttcr Seme .Made li Middiex A uititi-t iriric. ! Kiniiiinu' I'p 77 Point. Wi:t I'oist. N V . Nov Outdoing their Navy nvals, who uceiitl.v hurled the Mnrvlanil "Aggies" iiiulif a 7'i to n store, the Army went tlie middle, one better to-day and harvested "7 point against Albright The IVnns.v Ivanlan failed to tally and were never dangeiou. Albright presented a heavv aggressive eleven, but the Artnv's tirrlfb' line smash ing and line woik with the forward pas Spell. (I dlslster for the lltors The Cadet tan up eleven louclulow n. eight touchdown goal and one gnal from tin lb-Id The score at the end of the llrt half was II to u llobb was the titr of the Autiv b.u kllebl Hodgson, Mllhuru and Prbliard al"o shone brll llanllv llobb s,.(u,.ii fnui iniichilovvn. one of tlii'in alter a 7." yard run. I'rlcli nrd duplicated the run a moment later, when be rushed Albright's klckoff 7"i vards for a touchdown The field wis heavv and tlie ball wet. bill there Weie few fumble." I'ownell and lligglns did tile nest woik for Al- bright The lllleilp Vrnu Jouett w nne Me.ichnni. McCwan.. . Junes U t valid Meirlllat. I'rlcliard II Huge Hodgson llohhs Ciell'ut.s I eft nd Left t.'frkle 1 eft cuvrd Centre Kktit gu.inl Ill.-hl tackle Itlelil end UcnricibAck Vlhrlghl ill.-sllls llllter (i Sliinibaugh lis Itrnh.iin llrtllhanl llaker . .. Puwiiell .Inn Huld Holmes U-fi halfback . HUM haUbacl. Cilllli.ick Seine Armv. 77. Alhrlnllt. o Tulaiiduw ns llubbs. i: lloilcsiiii." Prlchanl I1 Hoer.W lliurr .ttiueti, Hrlttun (mils fine ttiiictiduwiis tc Cwnn. Ti: H Huce. Mllltiuin. Hudllsiiu (iu-tN fmm field Wiiiidm:! Siihtliutes Wpq llrll lnu fut .Inuclt. 1'acl.Mnl fur Wvnne, (luislinan fur Mi'srham. o'Haie fur (iondin in. (iuodmnti fur Mcl'wun, VVnildill fur (iiMlipn, llerflck for Jnnes, Ciinfrr fur W sitnil, Huiri fur 1rr rlllat. Hoe fur I'rktiard. He. for II Huge. VIII hiirn for Hodc.iiii. Ivuiplilrr fur Mllburii. Hodc urn fur I aiiphler. Cool for Huhbs, WondriifT for Font. Cord fur Uueitiiit! Mhrlslil lisri rclrr fur llljcliis. Hkirlns for Hnrtrelcr. Collins fur llhi-belm. .1 s H.iinhaugli fur llrllllinr I Cintdie Mr tall Hrferi-e lr Crollus Lines man l.leilt Srlleck Time of illiarli'rs l'i tnln llles each. PRO GUNNERS DO BEST WORK. hool Onlv fur TnrKel However, nnd fiel No I'rtrcN, I 'rofesHloii.il gunnel did the b. st wor'. In the weekly shoot of the Matlne and Field ('Hill t esenla . Tile iofessor,l's shot for target onlv however, and theie- , fore they weie ,ot eilg ble for ,iliv of the prices The Noveinbi r tiophv was won' bv I". S. llvatt. altluuiRli i: i, Wlrte, a! prcifefSlinial, bad the best si me. iile sillle glllllli : hd in the shoot for the ll I sldellt's Clip, Hie ptl.e going I'l Frank H, Stephenson, who was the high am. mill' gunner II ! White again vvae the best shot III the race for the lake , home trophv The high .iiuatetiis vv.ie F It, Stephei'son ami F S. ll.tatt, v. an tied with eatils of lin, ami as It was ton' late to shoot off the event It was decided lii postpone the ahootoff until iict S.itur. (In . PIMLIC0 RACING RESULTS. l-'llsl Hue Tw n v ear-olds, slv futlungs llumlll.llluli IIS fll.itiesl III l'i' 1 .n .inn 11 in. wuii. I'utliiun. i Ki (rnlrliruthert. r,r, In mul 117 mi. M'lutul, VI trtlnn. 11J iltiirusi li in, third Time. 1 II. Spenrhe.nl, Main. Vulkcrle. FIHnwKj llitlebell, I'nllllliette Hleil, Itny ii' l.lglil HIM Si i cum and P.rili llm I. nlsn run. Srciind Mute Slv furluniis Ali.un.ihn. IO'.i (VVnlfel. Ill ml. fs.vu nnd Fi 30 unli, Mun i r.-lf. IOi'i l Niilbniil. Ill and 17 i.O. sriondi Water We es. 1 1 .1 (lir lllluluel. 13, IlllrU l-lii 1 1.11 .. lit, In, llnu Itiilii't ll.i. I.:olt LlKliinlnK, I'heiuulpii. I.iirettit Her and . Phvllls Antoinette nlsn ran I TMi.l Itl,,,. Set Mil furluliL's H p.niinus lion iTruvleri. s .lo (.. to mid 13. mi. w un I .are. ll.'i INallliilil, II lO mul 12 VII, secolnl, I Arrun, 111 is. Iiavlesi. 13 10. tblid. Tln'i.. Il'.'il'i. Afterglow I'.nrb l.lgbi. H.ittr' Spring Maid, lill.i liritne .tnd tierr.inl alsu ..in I'mirth Hat e - Steeplei Iinse, lu and a half miles The Welkin 11.3 (Allenl, ft. 5fl I.-.. I'll and f3 t.o, wiui. Cactus Hud, 140 I llnu . sen, II'.' So and 17 in. sreuud, l.'Ntvjrie. 1IC (Keatlngl. II Ml, third Time. I:i,3.t '. M Caillbnn Tutblne, llenlge Kliu, ll'lle.ir. Maliliie and Vui ten also ran. riflh Hut e Hue mile .Hnl u qunrler ' Aiulirnse, '.ik (Ciilliihiin), II'.. 2n. I"u anil HI 30. wiui. Huskln. 113 i Falrbrnther I 7 '0 end iri.ua. seennd llariii'gat. I ot- iHutwelli,, II. Ml, 111 It .1. 'lime, ."0; HIiiKlliig. Hub II.. StHr liiize, lliillrriiH. Alre, Taleearrler und liuld) also ran . Stvtb Hnce Tttn eur olds, five and a half fiirluligs 1 1 ' lie ii n v Wi llliivlmil III V'i. 13. mi and 13. SO, won, Canlo. 112 (Alev. nnileri, lb. 10 nnd II, senuitl. Hulfron, I0S I Hint ley I, IS.r.n, third 'lime, l.i" I'hlel Mnglslrale. Mnstei .Inc. Cul'tulli Hill. Ap. plunder, Huiiitttitv, Cnstiira. The linat, Hits Aiuund, J, II. Miiylmv nnd Slunbi stick, also ran. Seventh Hiiee- One nille mul .evenly tinls - .Mnllle S, 112 (Shiiltlncet'i. 111.. 30, HOC nnd IS CO, won, Pardnei. IK. (Nlckbiiisi, ir..r,0 nnd II . Mi. sei mul Nn 1.1,1. IO'.i (lluv. . V. " ' 'fa,..',.. tnnl. IS. 10, third, iitiie, lilt. 1.5. Tellnw nulling mune unu rtonpareu I also raa. jJN'covers From Slump nnil Siinnres Score Xenr F,nd of Onme. BOTH TKAMS TALLY 27 OTomicH's r,onr Forward I'nhses for Mnroon Feature Sensntionnl (tnme. Allhough heavily outweighed. Fnrdham depending solely upon the wide open va riety of attack, awoke from a slump after the first half and outplayed their oppo nents nt all stages, tying the Boston Col lege eleven at 27 points. The gamo was diiideilly sensational. A pair nf goal were scored from the klckoff In S sec onds each. Mclvmnugh did the trick for I'onlhiim after a ninety vard run. and I "rummy duplicated the feat a few min utes Inter for Boston These touchdowns wete the fastest ever seen on Mason Field. rordham' strength lay In O'Conncll's nbllltv at forward passes, and nt least a half dor.en long spiral, averaging nearly foity vard. nnd coming In the last half held off defeat for Fordhani. With but two inlnuti.H to piny Ctirran received a foit.v van! spiral ftom O'Connell on Fnrd haiu's lo vnnl line. The substitute Maroon end sped to Boston's 20 yard line befoie I.ltiehun brought lilm down by u daring tackle. Here a serlm of shift placed the ball on the visitor' yaid line with but a minute to play Robin sklrtfd right end and smashed over the Interference for the final touchdown, placing Fordhnm a lone point behind Boston Bud Wvmard saved the day for Fonllmm when hi kick be tween the post tlnl the store Ponlham scored In the opening quarter when Vlviano fell on the ball after Dee fumbled behind Boston' goal line. In the third quntter Mclionough placed I'nrdrmm at a 13 to H lead by his wonderful run. and Boston Immediately look the lead on Iirunimv' duplicate run. In the last period I'orilham took a decided brace and showered perfect forwaid passe over the Boston ends until Itnbln had crossed the visitors' goal In sensational fashion twice. Currait nnd O'Connell each aided in t.io attack with a foity md run. and thee plavs placed the ball in Boston' danger r.one. I.lnehati was the nialiistav of Boston attack. He hurled the Fonlliam tackier aside fuquentlv and smashed the Maroon line for twenty yards nt a clip. Keelr got away with a delayed triple pass that netted half the length of the field In thi rcotul pcrksl and gave Boston their lead. The lineup . Huston College Wall Hurley Vice i lliv Mcliiinald Veehnn irc'oiinor I l.l lev Dec )'isttlos rordham Iz-ftind . Vlviano Left tat kle . Mulvey Left guard . I'unn Centre Wymard Hlght guard (Vlirten Hlght tat kle Kane night i ml Conklln (Juarterback . O'Cunnell U ft halfback McAvlnney Ktely Inehan Hlght halfback . noli n suiiivnii Cii lhaek . Ciranneni Snite runllani, 27, Ho. ten (allege, 2J. Toiirhdowns Murium. 2. Sullivan. Vlviano, Hobln. 2. Meliiir.oiigh. Iirummy Coals from touchdowns Uvmard. I; l.lnchan, O'Connor. Substitute Mel Vino ii th fur McAvlnney. Cur rnn fur Mvlano, McAvlnney fur McHonough. Cottci for liiiiin. Iiiitin fur Cotter. Hungers for Mct'arthi. Haw son foi Hurlev. Iirumini for l.liii-han Huity for Her. I.lnehan for Hrummv. iin.mmv fur Dulfv. Hoieers for McCarthy 1 Iteferee Schwartz "f Hrnun tmplre llclllv of x v, I l.lui -man iiimmon or rnncion, I Imeof periods rwo of lo nnd two of 13 minutes. CURTIS HIGH BURIES LINCOLN. stolen Islnnders Faslly Hun I P 41 to O Knllll .lerse llieo. The football squad of Curtis High School of Stated Island overwhelmingly defeated the Lincoln High team of Jersey City at Hudson County I'atk yesterday bv "tin score of Hi t" " The gam.' was Just a workout for Hie winners, nnd nfter the lltt quaiter Hi- st cond teittn wns sent in Lven with this change they kept ripping hobs through the opposition and scond touchdown at will. Lincoln did inn make one hist down dining the entile game. Curtl. on the other hand, falbd to make th- required distance on only one occasion Uthough Hie Held was very muddy and the ball v.iy slippery Curtis mall. aged lo sllctesfllll lOlllplite sixteen out of eighteen foiward passe. Thl play w,i irbd liiiinei)!atel after the llrl kickoff, and "'.ranato. who recilvtd it, cart led the Kill over lor a touchdown. The lineup. I'llllls. Hranaia v Is. man H'llegan P.iltnrr I'un-iiintlne Smli'i llraiiiliu'h.iiii I'll celbn cht ( i Ki ppler .Mi relief J Keppltr Pnllln I.liuoln I eft end Mtehin Irft tackle Peiliv 1 1 ft guard .. HornvvH., iVnire lieiinelt llltlil iru.iiil nnarv. HIclll laekle ludge Hlght Hid .. ,'?"VV (Quarterback . NevlII 1 eft halfliaek . schull ItlcliI halftiack McKIn ; fullback cavell.i Seme ( III lis in. Ilncsilii, o TonrUdcw in Hr m i In n frum inucli- for (tails hipplrr '.'. t. Iveppter oi.iis. inn unarm imnis down rngelbKriii ' Viilkluinli fur ilrnn.ita, siiiisiltnti's t'ur'l. .lohu.on foi Palmer Hiowii fur ii'lleiian. indwell for snuin i.iuciou " l ev fill hit. hen. H..I..WII fol .Nelson, l'cfre f,u M'hiill inline .1 liicbliicerof I ( u plii liiaptnan Mnbq of Puis Prep limeof perl(s 12llllnile. ST. PAUL'S WJNS. 27 TO 0. Vlucl ole litis s. Ilflt'l'tlv Holy Vuiilnsl lllu Itnlll. 1 1 .in. i s. i"n N V . Nov St I'i.iiI s.dino' thiough the aggresalveticf of .Mitchell and vv urn n Itl the to.il.iv defi ated Mackcti. i llisl qua ter. cbool on tin glidlioii bv .1 k "f of 27 a wi uk spot at left tackle to o l;f pt lor the Long Island I. ids nieseiited an Invliie'iite comouriiioM, I 'IMie inwellllg Italll with Ills i I'i't time I lncl.es and ''' pounils of weight acl.'l asldu ns f spellbound ami wns bow b d UpealeillS. Mitchell showed speed, iiotvv iinsiaiiuiiig Hie Illlldil.V Held, llllll si'Oleil tlllle touch- downs on long end steeps. Warren Mckcd time goals in. in acute angl. mul 1. 1, i id an all loiiinl oiiiiiii'iiilabb g.lllie ilnren foiwanl passes Welti trUd but none whs i onipii i.'ii. -i pa I iint'iii St. Paul. i Mimii Italll I'o-liluiis Uft . nil Left tackle Left guard I'rnlie . Hlght uimril . Illchl tackle . HlL-lll cud Vuaricrback Uft halfl k llltlil hairimck 1'iillbaik M.ioken.-i' i:. wiiui Hull. Mrliinv lliirniinon Hrlirl-.t tlllllll ,. Hliuil .ecu W I'l.bi'l lli.lierl Pie ter , I Parker Ht'iiault Haggrtt Hrown Smith Mltclu II ., liable llaesiior v arren Seine bt Paul. 27 Mac.i-ist.n . , u lulow lis Hneselci, Mlli'hell. M (inflisflonl In... lululMI. Warren. 3 S'lbsiHuies Hleirlch fur VIHclitll, Mlichi II fur Kimble. Hcfeiee i: i luirtic. Cnlum. bit Cmplrc MiS'abr, Jnhiis llopkliis. Time of quarters in minutes I'lisaulc Defeiila lluckeitaack. lUciaiNKACk, N ,1,, Nov, N. ( Hi a slippery 111 Id at Hrllanl hero thl ufter liooii the r.issalc High School eleven de feated Hackensacic High 13 to nnd moved Into Mtoond place ill the Nottlieril N'ew .Ici-si y Interacholaatlc League. Mini um scoinl n touchdown for Huekensack III the Hint quaiHT and I'assnlc made It 7 to ii In their favor In the . cond period when ScliuUe carried the ball over and lies cott kicked tho guul. Schulte alio icorvd In the third quarter. .