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THE SUN,, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1918.
H.Y.U. FINISHES ITS SCHEDULE SCORELESS Vnlls fo Cross Navy's (Joul Mile in hast (iaino of Sphsoii. IS VANQUISHED 48 TO 0 Midshipmen Subs Have So Troulilo Tallying Against Woak Klcvrn. Annapolis, Mil., Nov. 22. In the ios ltift Kami' of Iho local reason the Naval Academy, uslns larjjrly a substitute tram, won from New Yolk t'nlverslty by the score of 4S to 0. The visitors played u plucky defensive atne throughout mill had the good fortuno to receive the henetlt of a number of penalties Imposed uKiilnsttho Navy and one bad fumble which enabled H. ikor to run thirty yards and put the ball i n the Navy's 30 yard line. This was by r.tr the nearest that the visitors camo to orlnjr. It was the ambition of the New Yorkets lit make one score to-day, as they hart been blanked In all of their previous eon-lt-ts this season, but they were compelled to finish the season without crosslw; an opponent's final line or sending the ball over the bar. The offence of New York to-day showed Itself In two excellently executed forward passes from Huntley to Hollander and a series of small sains throush the line hy which two first downs were made. Huntley played a tine same throuphout and was cheered by the Mid. fchlpmen for his plucky work. In the third quarter New York braced and pre xented the Navy from scoring. At the beslnnlnc of the game Nleholls set the Navy stand wild by recolvlnic the klekoff on bis lfi yaid line and running the length of the Held for a touchdown. It was the longest run of the IocjiI season, exceeding hy ten ards the same man's previous best performance, which stood us the season's record up to to-day. NleholN did not stay In th same Ions and was succeeded by Mitchell. While he played ho made several other good end runs, none of them, however, reach ing anywhere near his Initial perform ance. . . . Line hitting constituted the bulk of the Nnvy's attack, little attention being paid to the forward pass, lllodgett. Miles and Hates were most successful I" carry ing the ball on the plays. 8cveral of the leRUlais did not get Into the game at all. the coaches deciding that n Test would do them more good than the playing against a weak team. Hrown. 1'erry. Ralsloii. Mclleavey. Fading and Harrison were on the side lines through out the game. Howe was the only first team man who played the whole game. On the whole th showing of the Navy team this afternoon wns rather dlsap ltointlng. Though only two or three icku lars we In the lineup at any one time. It wns felt that the team should hae plaved a. better game than It did. There were a number of distinct weaknesses In the game of the locals, and at times tho light New York backs penetrated the lines for substantial gains. The abrencc of several of the icgulars was explained by the fact that they are not In the best of physical condition. One or two base slight sprain-, while bolls or charlcyhorse are responsible for the tondltlon of othets. In no case Is any thing serious the matter with the play ers and they could be used at once If necessary, but In some cases the players are sufficiently hlow best form to cause a little anxiety and give Trainer McMas ters plenty to do In the coming week. The lineup: Naval Academy. Positions New York t'nlv. Ingram Uftrnd McOillnugh Peroorte Ift tackle Winner Howe Left juard . ... Hollander "alker Centre Hathlmum authan Klght ruard...Torrcncr (Capt.) Itedman. . , lllsht tackle Malay Jtlrhrlst (Capt.) Klein mil Waldman Nleholls Quarterback Huntley lllodrrlt Wit halfback... . McDcnnnt )onard.. ttletil hallback . . . . lUkcr Wiles Fullback Von lehmv Score .Vaval Academy. 4; New Vnrk t'nlvi'r Hy. 0. Touihdowns Mitchell, I, Alexnndrr, I. eonard, Hates, litzslmmons, (iraf. (ioals Hum touchdowns- l(.naid, . Yauchati, Mitchell. Substitutes-Naval Academy-Ovrrrsih mr In gram, (iraf for OverrKh. Inirram for (iraf, liraf jor Inerain. U. II. Jones for Howe, wicks tor vouehan. Vauehan for Wicks, Wicks for Vauithan, T. v . Harrison for Ollchrlst. (jllrhrlst for T W. Harrison. T W. Harrison for (illchrlst, Mitchell for NUholls. Mcliolis for Mitchell, Vinson for Nleholls. Mltrhrll for Vinson, ,lei.iuiter fcr Hledrett, alll for Alexander. Leonard '-i Valll. Vslll for Ieonard. Hates for Miles, for lutes, CraU'ir for lyonard, lllodirett for". rraiire , 1 ltzsmmo:, for Blislcrtt. New-York I'ldvcrsiiv Van Cliff for MrCulloiult, Oitoniiell for lln. Under, Muart for (ri)onnell, Bristol fur Itath baum, Zaa for Makay, Miller for MHldman, llurke for Huntley, drown tor Mrliertnott, llurke. for Maker, Haker tor llurke, Parke for Von Mechlin. Referee Thorpf. Columbia, I'mrdrc Dr. Newton, University of Pennsylvania. f.lnrs man Knslm Hall, I" s. Nay Time of quarters 13 minutes. WASHINGTON'S LEAD SHORT. f.t. John's In Second Period Forces Ahead and Keeps There. Baltimore, Nov. 22. St. John's Collesc downed Its old rival, Washington College of Chestcrtown, to-day by the score of J 3 to 6. The contest was lively, the teams being nearly evenly matched. The nuHhlnstan College hos were, the more aggressive and made most of their gains by lino plunging. It took twelve minutes of play for tho Che.itertown lads to put the ball over In the llrst half, and with tho score, 6" to 0 they felt assured of victory. Three minutes after the second quarter began St. John a passed their opponents, the score being 7 to 6, The Annapolltuns made another touchdown Just Ixjfore time .was called. Helse and Dowen were the stars. The lineup: WashlnKton. p rosltlons St. Johns. .....Andrews Selliy Phillips Dryden Cecil Mo.N'lltt , Iniar J.ewls .Ijft rtul iinrrrtl... fsierllnz.., Larmore.. JiavU, ... Ilrah . 1 r.tmpton Altsire J Htronff l?wfn ....U'tt tackle ,...U'fi guard. ... ... Centre ...Illnlit Kuard ...flight tackle .. ltlichtend ...Quarterback,,.., .I.cft hnlfhack,,,, Ittght halfback,.. .Clark .Itauer ... .Helse . Phelps Il.ildlr .rununcK . . Score St. Johns. 13: Washington. A. Touch- d.iuiiK Howen. Clark, Ilclse. dual from touch-Ui.iun- Ilclse Substltutes-St, Johns: Woodward J..r Cecil, Noble for Imar, lmnr for Noble, 5'llloit for Ifel'e, Helsc for l.'lllott. Weaver for Ilclse; Washington: 15. stroni for Frampton. Ilmnham for It. Stronir. Itefcrce -J. Alinrr t i. j lor. Harvard, t'mplrc Day, Hi, Mary's Col re l.lnrsinan -Wheatley, Annapolis, Time of uarlrrs Two It And two 12 minutes. WISCONSIN WINS TITLE, t in fere nee I'roaa-t.'oont ry Hun (iora to lladuer Attain. Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 22. Kor the fecund tlmo In two years tho University nf Wlwonsln cross-country team walked way with the annual five nilla Western I'lnfcienre event which was run oft hero this afternoon. Watson of Minnesota was the lender. Ills tlmo wiih 2:44W, a new Jdsilll. Illinois finished second, Ohio Stale liuni, Iowa State fourth and Purdue llfth. ', Iih iciimltider of tho eleven teams en tci'il ciot-sed tho taim In tho followltiK It'er .MIuneHota, 1 tnl I a mi . Northwest 1 1 n I -Tilnti. t'hlriigo and ITnlverslty of VorthTrrstrrn llewlrn Aanln, I'Okuai nits, Ohio, Nov. 22 Northwest- (in hoMs the "booby" title of tho Western ijtmfi'ri'iirn as u result of the Methodlsls' Cdlshi ilifiMt by oiilo Htato this afler- nmiii Tit,, mini, uhh 6H in o, (inly three fl st dunlin hcii' maile by (he Mvanslon tram uiir nt; llio entire contest, The lluck rye scuicd at will. LAFAYETTE WINS ANNUAL RUN. Cross. Country Victory Qtr Urn Old 111 sal. South IIf.tiii.kiikm, ln., Nov. 22. Lafayette triumphed to-day over Lehigh In tho annual cross-country run. Tho wore was 23 to 36. It was the second run and Ix-hlgh's second defeat. The course was sllvhlly over five miles and a hard one. it was run over thn mountain and back, finishing at the cnttance to the Lelilpli athletic Held. Otto of Lafayette was the first man In and was closely pressed by Mlckcl of Io high. Otto's time was 31 minutes ami 1 second. I.afaetle men came In third, fourth, seventh and eighth. The sum mary : Name. I'olli'ne. Otto I.itfittftte Ml. krl I.iblnh Hills I.sfnvttte Walk l.itfatctte nines i.eniKii nurse MiiiKli .... StreldK I.iirnettii .. Il-Hrtiniin I.uMtrlle ,, (lllbert I.itfuyeite, . Kent LnfuMtte , Mrs. Grnrgr fSIIIspIr' Wuodvrrae I'earl Kin, the pride of Sloorra tosvn. N. J. INDIANS SCORE AS SYRACUSE FUMBLES Touchdown in Lust Few Min utes of Play Wins Red .Men a Hard Hal tie. (J()()l ATTACK BY ORANGK Never Lose Rail on l)own Poor llaiidlii)": Spoils Chances to Sucre. KTitACfsr. Nov. 22. The Oaillsle In dians scored a 33 to 27 victory over Syra cuso t'nlverslty In a f-ensutionally played same here this afternoon, Kiom the first toot of the whistle until the last second of play the battle was hotly waned, a touch down In the lust few minutes nf play throwing the tide of buttle In fasnr of the Indians. ' Syracuse showed everything necessary to uln a football pa me, but the Inability to handle thn ball cleanly on the part of ono member of the backtleld was the prob able cause of defeat. The line charges, forward passes, end runs and drives off tackle were well executed for the l part, thn sleilitiK defence of the Indians falling to check the onslaught of the (Jra nge Tho Syracuse attack was far greater than that shown against Colgate, while on the defensive the team held for downs timu and again. Not once during the game did Carlisle take the ball from Syra cuse on downs. SeM-ral times, however, a fumble gavo the pigskin to the Indians. Syracuso carried the ball to the Indians' 2 yard Una for a llrst down In the second period. On the opening play a. double pass wan attempted, but tho ball went wild. Syracuso recoveted It on Ita own li ard line, but the opportunity for scoring was gone. On another occasion Syracuse had the hall on Its own 1H yard line when Kings, ley was thrown behind the line of scrim mage. Ills grip on the ball loosened, Welch recovering It for Carlisle. Syracuse eh drilled the stands at the start by marching down the Held for a toMclidow i wlt.t'n a f'V minutes of play. A long tun coming at the end of a num ber of hnrd dilvos through tho tackles planted the ball behind the goal lilts.-. Cnstb carrying tho ball. As soon as tho redskins took the ball, however, they repeated the Syracuso performance, Ouyon going over the lino for their llrst touchdown after a number of line charges. The score seesawed up and down un til Kyrncuo missed the goal on Its third touchdown. Thwcufter Carlisle was al ways In the lead, earning Its last touch down with two minutes to play In tin last period. During those two minutes the SyrncU'" team gavo it wonderful aerial display. Forward pass after pass was hurled over thn Indians' beads until thn pigskin rested on the Indlnns' R yard line as the whistle blew for the end of the game, Syracuse will play at St. l.oills on Thanksgiving Day, while the Indians will go to I'rovldenco for their gainn with Hrown. Tho lineup: Syracuse. Positions. Carlisle. rtnbtilns Iflend , Mnllelte While 111 Tackle .. , , Wrlntaa Smlthaon beft guard Hill Shiifclt Centre Cnrlou- TrllK lllfht Kuard Ilusrii I'riipst Illirlit tackle Uinkuriiiiiiil Travl Hunt end Pratt .loliMMin Quarterback Wiicli Cakfle U'ft lialfhaek ,, Guvoii nrarklln iitEitt naitnark Mnirsiry Kiise., . Kulllmrk , . .Calau Score Carlisle, U: Syracuse, 27, Toui'IiiIiiwiih Itraeklln. Welch.' (ioals 'from lotichilnu us ' Carlntv, .V Casile. :i. Substitution t'arhrr fur Itiilihliis, llabsler for Shufcli, Wnndrutl fur Canle, Artuittriinv fur Sinlthstui, SmlOisim for Arm siioiiir, Hamilton (or r'nrhcr, Vatrriiack fur winieue. iJirsis ior iiuyitii, tirant ror ( alac, Mnrrln for Hill, Iteferee- I'enilletiiu nf llovtilnln l.tUltllre- U'rlltht Of folUIIlhlt. I.tlll-sllinri tlnnri. of I'rluretiiii. Time of iiuariiTs- I.', minutes. illerlim MUchcll" Walker line. rirsldent KbbelH of the llrooklyn club niinoimred yiHtcrday tho tclease of l-Ved M, Walker, tho pitcher who once paimleil under the alias of Myatciinus Mitchell, to the Newark elnb nf the InltTiutlomil League, I'lbbels said thai ll.t)iin Tnj lor. it sulistltiite lullrliler. Inst ve.ie u.iii, the Oshko.'ih club, also would lie mill In Newark us soon as waivers Hie act unlit. s jjjpjjj ly xiiaiinl'Bllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ,bbbbbbbP f 4nvr -lux&& 1 "' 1 " 1 1 sin -.1 KsM WILL SEEK HONORS AT CAT SHOW 5$ TaHUinllllllllllllllllBnllllllllHPc?;.,. -1 . ii:nn itaawr'' y - i , mvs-v.BHi' . .. nv ill BnnA j Chninplitn Shlrns. ot neil lt lira. II. II. 'ttiiioll of lllMHM' rll, I,, I. f Al tin ni. I'rlnrt'ss Anllii, iiniint liy ' pMH AtiHKIIIV PENN FRESHIES STRIKE CORNELL CUBS HARD Forward Pass and Intercepted! Pass Win (ianic in Sec- , (Hid Period. iTHAfs, Nnv. 22 -lor the Hist time In sevetul M'.ns the Pennsylvania freshmen defcaled the Cornell freshmen In their iiunual fimtl all game, winning by the scote of lit to 7 from a Cornell learn that had In its lineup live captains of high school and preparatory school teams I'cnn won bv striking haul In the sec otiil p.-riod, tolling up two touchdowns I'niuhurt got one after hit had caught a forward pass and lushed twenty yards for a scoie uer the line. The second was made after a Cornell forward pass was inleiceptcil on the Ithu cans' 30 yntd line. After a few rut-bis and a penalty Matthews went through the I In' for a touchdown. The rest of the g.imo was In Cornell's fnoi. Whitney scored a touchdown for thu lthacans at tho end of the third period after a successful forward pass and tho Cornel! cubs had taken the lull to the 10 yard line. The lineup; Cornell, '17. llcMcy I'nsli Ions. Pennsylvania, 1 7. . .1 i f l eml. Krrk Coleman . Ix'ft mcl.lc , .l,c(i cunnl i i iitie . . . .Itlk'ht k'uanl . .Illtlil tackle. .I'rlrrsliaa s Wllhernw llorle . . Noma lil Wray . t'rnuliart Uiettc Curler Tllley iiunsu k W.A.Kranlielm ., Illstit eml Whitney vimricrluirk . Mc" nil less I i.. i iati.iiriin . U'll luiiriiark Mueller UlBht halfbncL Herd lulllutck. Mreiinan (Inlwals Matt lie us hcure l'enns Unnla, i:i; ( ertirli, 7, Touch diiuns l'ennsj iMinia I'muli.trt and (iotuals; Curncll' Whitney (limls finm tourhiluun Car ter, t'ruuhari. .Siihsiliutes Curniii lieUlit for Coleni.in. Worn fnr Munslek. McCnrmlck for uk'kc, (juiiili fur lickley, i.ui ror Uulun. Kckley for l.uli; I'ciitisj Ivnul.i: (leyclln fur llrriman, llrnnlriK fur Wlilierow, Pouirherty for (leyelin. Downs for MaiilieHs, rielhofri fur lluuns, I'lel.l for NorwitM, lirennaii fur Uounlierty, Douerlierty for rrilhofcr. lllNlsmi fur Houeherty, (ieyelln for lllnkson. Ilollirliertv fur Maltlieus. tlpfr,. Ciiuiiev of Princeton, t'mt'iie Hliikey of Yl. Head linesman Lieut Hull of Cornell. Time of quarterN 15 minutes. Atleml tnee, i.uio. Thirteen .Mnn lite Winner. (il.KN Covk, 1.. I ,ov, 22 - (' li. Itob ertsou led a Held of about forty In tho medal play hanillcap at tho Nassau Coun try Club to-iluy. His, hanillcap of 13 proved aio thing but unlucky. Ills score was S2 l.t, nil. w, I,. Hicks made the lowest gross score of Iho day, a well played "li. The scores; C. K Itobert- son, S2 111, 113: D. S. Wlllnrd, 9320, 73 , w. I,. IIK'hH, ill 2, 77; w. V. Hester, 1111-21, 77; Howard W. Maxwell, s2 .", 77; A. C. Htdloid, 10224, 7S ; H, K, Ilildhon, SX- 111, 7S; ., u Noble, 104 2.', "li ; .luilson I.ounsbery, 100 IT, VI. Illf I'rnm root Im 1 1 Injury. tlKTTVsni'liii, I'h.. Nov. 22. From the effects of an Injury sustained in a foot ball game between the (lettysburg and Dickinson College tcseivo teams at Car lisle thien wieks ago Homer II. Wray nf l.teemiillg, a HUM. 'lit at ticttsslmrg Col lege, died liete last night. Young Wray nan ono or tin1 nones in nis chest frac tured. Aliseessea fin Died mi Iho lungs ami caused his death, owing to Wrav's death the (letlsbuig gnnio with Johns Hopkins at ll.illliuinc to-day was can celled. Hush Shouts Well nt Muiitrlalr. .Miinti'I.aiii, N .1., Nov, 22 At tho .Monlclalr (Inn I'lult giounds to-iluv the futirlh leg for the ini.iiiliei ' tmphy wns i captuii il h. ' I,. Mush In u tnrntv-tlve laiget liauillcnii shuol Willi a Iihii. Heap I it li o no i it in,, uvenl. I'oe it sliver liophv mi llfti mi 1'iigeis W, KiiHsmaul was the winner, , hhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiIw V SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH nrlaht Eye, nnrnril by Mr. liPlf'hrn nf lloehrllr. CATS OF HIGH DEGREE WILL REIGN IN PALACE Hay Sit Apart for Kittens at Fourth Annual Show for Titles. Tins fourth annual championship cat show of tho Umpire Poultry Association will bo held at thu (ir.ind Central rnl.ice on December 4, S and il. lhitrles close next Saturday and all particulars may be obtained from Mrs. I,. S. Ketcheni. HI Ttlnlly place. New Itochelle, N. Y. This event will be held In connection with the Seventh Annual Show of I'oultry. Pigeons and Pet Stock at the Forty-sixth street ami Lexington ineuuu resort. The show Is under tho lilies of the Cat Fanciers Association, Thursday, December 4, will be kitten day and those desiring to re mote their kittens at 10 1", M, may do mi or the kittens may remain during Iho threo das of the show. All cats and kittens must be registered with .Miss F.thot Chimplon, Concord, Stilton Island, N. V beforo the Judging begins. Kittens must bo not less than four mouths, nor more thin eight mouths of age on the opening day of tho show, December 4. Thern Is a very full classification for long haired and short haired cats and all kinds are provided for, Two hundred and eighty spwlal pilzes are alTered, besides Iho money prizes In about 180 separate classes. A largo entry Is oxpootrd and there are sections for neuters belonging to all varieties. Tho rat fancy Is growing In Importance each year and very many nf tho best liv ing cats nre owned In tho I'nlted States. It hns been found that breeding high pedigreed cats pays, the general price ob tained for a long haired or Persian kitten being from SIR In J2j. The highest class specimen nro disposed of at large prices and there Is a continual call for high class cats. Tho olllcers of tho cat department of tho show arc: Show committee: Mis. .1. IMwuril Pavls, Mrs. P, K. Connolly, Mih. I,. P, Henisteln, Mrs. Ollvo tlllbert ; feeding committee. Mis. Frank T. ClarU, Mrs. Herbert Holton, Mrs, Hosa Shepard, Mrs, Anna McAllister; sales committee, Mis. (leorge Ollson, Miss R I,. Finite; show manager, Mrs. I ,1 Isetehein i bulges. Dr Isabel Chinch anil Mis. Wallet McCain-men. i. .i. SIX DAY MEN IN TRAINING. Broccn and Vfrrl Arrive and Join Other at Velodrome. Ncwaiik, Nov. 22, Most of the riders who will compete In the New York six day race, which will hn held In Madison Square (liirdcn, starting two weeks from to-night, arc training at Newark, and the Velodrome Is almost aa busy now as In the summer. The Americans and Aus tralians hnvo been thern for some time, while the llrst of the Kuropcnn contingent. Mattrlco Hrocco and Krancesco Vcrrl, who arrived In this country to-day on the steamer La Fiance, came over to bo under the care of Dave Coburn, the veteran trainer. , l.otetiz and Saldnw, the German team, and I'erchlcot and Breton, the French pair, which come next Sattttday, will be In the same camp. They, along with the others, iilterhatu their training with spins on the roads and workouts on the Velo drome track, ' 1 llrat prlr srliiner at the Ennilrr h.t of I II I owned lt Mr. Krdak. SPRINGFIELD GIVES ARMY A HARD FIGHT Cadets Rave to Rustle to Krali Victory in (Same Ended hy larkncs.. I'KXALTV IS D1SASTROFS (ives Training School Players a Chance to Score and They Fse It. WrsT Point. Nov. 22. In a hard fought b.ittb- on the "Plains" to-day the Arm vanquished Springfield Training School by a score of 14 to 7. It was the cadets' last home game and wound up the local football season. Over 5,000 people attended and Springfield had 600 rooters In the stands. Springfield proved to be r hard nut for tho Army to crack and once or twlco during the game started a miniature panl by their dazzling forward passing nnl long end runs. Tho Army did not flash Its full strength to-day. Only Weyand and Markon were left in tlm lineup till the end. Huston, Henc.Hct, Hodgson and l'rlchnrd were not used at any stage of the contest. Doe u Prichard's place at quarter illil splendid ! woik at srlcct'iig his plays and also . caught punts and run them back In tlne Myle. Ilohbs, while he was In during 'a pait of the (list half, was one of the ..trd t.ttlng lit roes. I logo too was a t (insistent ground gaunt for the Arms and showed up well on his stcondary defensive play, In fact it looked once or twice as thoug I i vizi foigot that he was a back and liu.'igimil he was at his old position on the tiul, this whin he would break through with tho forwanls and nail the runner, several times penalties for hold ing In the lino and onco for roughness of play marled the Army's game, Wynne was sent to the side lino for slugging. It was a ptnalty tint put Sptlnglleld In a position to score in the thlid period. The isitoiN tool; advantage of It too and romped over the counting line wita the tnll), Tho Aimy went to wotk early In the gamtt and by line offensive work in which llobbs and (logo llguteil piotnlneiitly took the ball to Springfield's r ur.l line, A pass fiom Doe to .Merrlllat was Inter ccptcl hy Shablnger at this point and the latter was thrown back over the goal line by Merrlllat when ho attempted to run the hall out. This counted as a safety for the cadets. After tho ball had changed hands n few minutes later the Army be gan hammering Its way down tho field again and soon u pretty pass, Doe to Mer rlllat, placed the ball on Springfield's 10 yard line, llobbs was sent oxer on the next play for the touchdown. Merrlllat mlhsiil an easy goal. Woodruff was called on for a try at goal from placement on the 30 anl line In this half, but failed in the attempt Tint llrst half ended with the scorn i lo 0. In tho third quarter tho Army went after a score anil forward passes and line smashing plats soon carried the ball to Springfield's .1 yard line, Mllburn wrig gled through tho line on the next play for- the scote, but when Doo kicked out at a had angle, there was nobody to heel the catch, mi thu chaiico to try for goal was lost. SprlnKlleld's (tun came In this quarter. After Shahlncei- and Dickens In piettlly exts'iiteil forward pass plays had the Cadets l mining arounil In elides the ball llnnlly rested on the Army's 2f. yard line, An iiuy man detected holding In the line cost his team a fifteen yard penalty, and after two unsuccessful attempts to punctilio tho Army's forward wall Hhu linger esaed it fake forward pass for mation. It worked no well that he had no trouble In running wide of Merrlllat's end mid scot lug n touchdown. Fountain kicked a pretty goal. Markoe and Hoge were the Army's best and Fountain, Dickens and Shablnger excelled for Springfield. The game whs called on account of darkness before the Mulsh of the last quarter. Mechani was sevoiely Injured during the third quarter and was carried off the Ibid, lie was substituting for the clippie Huston In the Aimy's Hue, Minds Una II r ok en Shoulder. I'llll.APKi.l'lIIA. Nov, 22, All hope of getting Chester Minds In shape to play In tho Cornell Kume was abandoned to-day by the Pennsylvania coaches when the I surgeons al tun l'nleislty Hospital ic polled that the slur pliijui's shoulder was broken. I'p to In day il was hoped Hint lilt' lnjui. would not protc a serious one and that .MIiuN would lie In his old place IjKalnst Co null on ThanksKlviuc Duy. DORAIS 18 A WHOLE TEAM. QcU Two Touchdown and Kick Two Goal for Notre Dame. Kt. Lotus, Nov. 22. Notre Dame de feated Christian Brothers Cotlege, 20 to 7, on a field covered with mud. !. D. C. scored In the second quarter on a touchdown by llatlcan, who also kicked goal. In the third quarter Donils kicked goal after Klchenlaub made a touchdown. In the fourth quarter llatlcan punted to Dorala, who ran through the C. H. C. team for a 40 yard gain and touchdown. Do rala missed goal. Dorals went over for another touchdown and kicked goal. The lineup : C. U. C. Positions. Notre Dame. Qulnn .Left end Roekae ft. Kssrnan U ft Tackle Jones ('. Kssrnan.. . Uft tuard tilth M'nre Centre Feeney prlver Kht ruard Flit re raid Uwffter Ulrhtuckje Uihrop Mcoinnls .lUfhtend Cuahurst (toll f her .Quarterback Dorals She Uft halfback Pllska natlcsB Klfht halfback Flnnecan Unite Fullbaok Elchenlaub Score Notre Dame, XI:C. B.C..:. Tanchdnwaa Hat lean, Dorals, 2; Klchenlaub. Goals from touchdown Dorals. 2: Ttatloan. Umpire Turner. Iteferee Thomas. Uoeiman Brock meter. TRINITY OUTCLASSES THE WESLEYAN TEAM Winners Keep Ball in Kivnls' Territory Throughout Grime and Score 14 to 0. llARTFortp. Conn , Nov. 22. The Trinity College eleven completely outclassed Wes-1 leyan In a gridiron battle on Trinity Held tnis afternoon and won, 14 to 0. The Trinity men went Into their opponents' territory xlth a bang and kept the ball there throughout the game. Cant. Hudson was the one big star of the game. playing great football and gaining on the Wesleyan aggregation almost at will. Wesleyati was on the defensive most of the time, and only made one first down. They tightened up Ht the crucial moments, however, holding Trinity for downs on the 1 foot line twice and on the 4 yard Ifne twice. Tho line of the local college team held like a atone wall, and even the much feared Dcetzau could not gain an inch for Wesleyan. The game comdslcd In the main of line bucking, although out of four attempted forward posses three worked for a total gain of sixty yards. The first scoie was made In the third quarter, when Hudson ran around end for thirty yards, stopping on the 1 foot line. Smith gained the re quired distance through centre and Kinney kicked the goal. In the last quarter Werfeyan fumbled on their 4 yard line, Wooley recox-erlnj. Hudson bucked through the tine for a touchdown. Kinney kicked the coal. Kinney mlfscd three attempted field goals during the game. The lineup: Trlnll) Positions. Wesleyan. Klder. l.cftend.. . . Johnson llowrll. Uft tackle .-iV'l Castator Irft uard Ullcox Kinney. Centre Illugelfy Ijimtiert Hlht fuard Allison Wooley lllrht tackle lirdon Cole. Hlchtend K. T. I'.ustls Smith gurtrrrcK.. . iieetran Coffee lft halfback Kenan Moore Illf ni nairnarK . . . Mackenzie Hudson iCapt ) Tullback ..K M. Kusils (Capt. I Score- Trinity. H: Wesk'yan, 0. substitutes Wesleyan- Iscnhall for Jnhnsnn, Kenan for Wll con, rranclt for Kenan, Wlloox for (fnrrton Iteferee-O'Keion of Uhlfh. Umpire - Murphy of Hrown. Unenman -Burke of Worcester. Time of perlodiis minutes. Attendance-10.). Jlafy .Members (live Cop. A score of members of the Dykcr Meadow Golf Club played yesterday In the qualifying round for the Navy cup, given by the Navy members of the club. Owing to the lateness of the season and the consequent probability that there would be few chances to play off match rounds, the qualifying division was re duced to four. The leading quartet con sisted of C D. Ilurdlck, E. F. Slncy. F. H. Webster and I,. O. nergh. They will try to decide the winner be fore the first snow comes. The scores ; r D. Ilurdlck. S7 21. ; H. F. Slney. 9020. 70. F. H Webster. M S. 73; I. . O. Hergh. ?4 10, 71. M. W. Wells. ST. 10, 7.1; Harold Howe, SX12. 7S . Frank Marlon, S4--.8, 7ti; F. W. Falsou, X4 x, 76, K. P. Harrington. 93 Id. 77. I). II. Peabody. (.9--12. 77. W. S M. Wat son, St. lo, 7S : K. F Hunt, 7S u, 7 , W. H. Zleglcr. 7 x, 79; 1,. S. Parsons. S9 10, 79; C. .1. Crookall, S2 2, "0. Parrlne Heals Indiana Kaalls. Hi.onxiixcTON, Intl., Nov 22. Purdut outclassed Indiana this afternoon and the 12 to 7 score was a f.ir Indication of the oiitupar.ithc strength of the eleven". In dlan.i's points were scoted on a lluke when Whltaker fell on a punt thst ollphant fumbled behind his own goal line. ("ll phant's touchdown run of seventy yanl" In the third quarter was a sample of his star work thtouKhout the game. .Nebraska Knili With Clean Slate. I.tscoi n. Neb., Nov. 22. The t'nlver slty of Nebraska, champions of the Mis souri Valley Conference, defeated lotva t'nlverslty 12 to o to-day In tho lln.il contest of the season. Nebraska xvon every game played, while Iowa was runner tip In the big nine conference. Iowa threat ened only In the third quarter when she made a touchdown that was disallowed. This Is Vital to Every Owner OF A Maxwell -Briscoe Motor Car Mad. at Tarrytown, N. Y. and New Cattle, Ind., 1905 to 1913 AUo to All Owiin of SlotJdard-Dayton, 1005 lo 1014; Columbia Gu IIm aatJ Elactrici, 1906 to 1914; Ereritt Cart of Any Model; Bnuh, Sampson and Courier Cars THERE ARB T1IREK OOOP RBABONB why you should hsve your car overhauled now and worn parts replaced, VIIxST: Tba sarae man can lve you better Mrvlce and you ran apara the car better now than later. No matter whathtr you ara trolnc to keep the car, or sell or trade It In on a new one It will pay you well to have It thoroufhly overhauled, worn pirta replaced by new onst and body repainted. MCCONP: We are able to furnish replacement parts for all models ef above makes of enrs within 41 hours from receipt of order. Hava concentrated this branch of the business at Newcastle. Ind. (oanter of population of the IJ. 8.) Hera wa have a 11,760.000 Investment In piasi and stock. 46,000 separate bins of parts. THIRD: And perhaps the best reason why you should secure your requirements now we must laeraaaa prices 20 January 1st, when the new parts price lists will ba off the presses. NOW NOTE THIS Never before In the history of this Industry has a now concern, having bought the plants and assets of bankrupt one, taken upon It. self the ohllgatli.n of furnishing replacement psrts for the cars It never made. Write for nur booklet, "tlnu lo Msir Tour Csr Llv Tl.'f Ai LiMa," In which te mi forth tb Maiwell policy to wsr.1 otrntr of tli above mentlomrt rsrs. Note Tor quleker service thoff Mtlnt Kail of the A-.eshenes ea Muse' I Motor Vew TnrV in. tSth and Rut Me I ink t i the s lerhenin in (he lloekle. erde- direri 'rum Msttte M t s to., .Nivtta.Ue. ind Weat ut the llo.'kiei. uirter Hunt Mo Uuiui OKftraUea, ttt Oeltea Oat Ave., ata rraaclic. FORWARD PASS USED Lehijrh Scores Only Oiip (j(, With Aid of Trick Pliiy !. lififnyofto Holds. ONLY LUCK WtXXKH I I Mk Many Attempts nt Field GnaU Fall, Ball Goinjr Wild nr Bcinp; Blocked. South Mkthlkhicm, Pn., Nnv. .. fumbled punt by Kcheercn of Iif,int,. the alertness of Bailey of I.ehlgh in f.il' lug on the bounding ball, Chennwiths two short forward passes, tho last ou- to Keady of Lehigh for a touchdown. ,m,i victory perches to-night on the drown and While's banner, 7 to n. Iifaetti the vanquished, to-night hns little to re fret, liowcx-er, for had the fatal irrnr not occurred It Is safe to say that the annual battle between these two .ji.i rivals would have resulted In a n lo o score. There were many breaks of luck In the game, and with the exception noted nbov In I-ehlgh's favor they all went i. Ijtfayette. For Instance, In the first porio.i Lchlgh had tho ball on Lafayette's .1 yard line. Keady should have scon.il on the next play, but miiw unfortunate Ilnsi man held nnd the Urown and Whit w.is penalized fifteen yards. On thu next plat Crlchton fumbled and Lehigh's chance to scorn was lost. This break In Lafayottca faor was supplemented thrlco In tho second prlo. when on Lehigh's 25 yard line Sclii'int, tried for a goal from tho field and failed I tho ball being blocked, nut Hcjer w.is on tho spot and recovered, A momei i later another attempt to drop kick lo Schccren was blocked, Pannehowcr re covering. Still onco moro fiom this same spot did Lafayette attempt to note by tin. drop kick route. Pannehower this tlnu essayed tho attempt, nut wnnc lie . able to get the kick off It went wild IehlKh s ehanco to score came tn middle of tho third period. Hoth loan s found It hard to gain on etralght footle' and a punting game was resorted to. 1 an exchange of punts. Hoban to s.-heeri the latter fumbled nnd Pulley doo an i gathered tho pigskin under Ills prostrate form on the 12 yard line. Threo times lhlgh tried to pierce La fayette'H line, but It gave not an In, . Then Chenoweth threw a short fn-tvur 1 pass to Keady, who made a llrst down ' a narrow margin, bringing the ball i Lafayette's 2 yard line. Thre more fierce attempts to penetrate the hm brought the ball to within half a toot of the lino. Hero Chenoweth outgeiii-aV. i Lafayette, The Maroon line was iv peeling a final assault on Its line, hi Chenoweth essayed another forward m and shot the ball over tlx- goil line the outstretched arms of Kead HuIm kicked the goal. Statistics of the panic show th.c La fayette made four llrst downs, gamed (u yards from scrimmage, punted flfie. times for a total of ti.lo yards, the aer age distance of which was forty-fix yard; suffered sex'enty yards loss penalties, made sexen forward pis-r five falling; gained thlrty-tlve yards . forward passes and made four fu'i.bl three being recovered. Fehr made i longest run of tho g.une, forty v.trdi, a' Kelley tho longest punt, seventy yards lrfhlgh made six fit ft. down, 230 t from scrimmage, punted fourteen -for a total of 4R0 yards, an nver.tr thirty-five yards; suffered forty yap's lo-. in penalties, tried the forward pass i s times, falling live times and gain ,-(! yards on the successful ones. fun-Mf four times and recovered twice Th lineup: Ijtfsyette. l'uriy lleyer liullik. I.uhr Kelly Wutruiihtirst It Dlhtnorid .1 Diamond I'chr llrottn Srliecrrn Posllloiis, I eft end Left Uc-kle. . Ift tuard. ('(lure Itleht rimrd . Itlsht litckle ItUht end c.i.i,trtertiack Left halttiai-k Itlrht tmlft.Ack l.eMc Pre.! ( e Vim dr. i ft H,ei II. lullliarl, i Score Lettish. 7. I.tfatelie, o Tom i. Keady (,oal from toui h. tow r. tlnl.n tlrl.l coals s, heeri n. 3; Uttnnehottrr I Ifctittl. 1: llohnn. LCxhtll. t Substitutes, ('shall fot rihk. ?AMicilf for tartan, ,e nick. Ijifaxcttc Datinrlinui-i fur .1 tiu tlod'l for Daimeliotter. Willi mis f,. ' Pxrilee for 1'urrs . wonditurd for (,e , for Ileer Iteferee I otf ef Stta I'mplrr Morlce of ('nlter-ltv ef i'uti- Lluesniaii Ullllahis of t'nleisii rnla loin M nilnuie uuarter- Hon linen (ilsr Xllnsirel shun, The Fiiiiidship Mont ('lull u '1 its annual t utr rtaliiment nnd .1 r Palm CintdMi, Fift -eighth stieei e- -unlay. December il. A mlnistr l -will be the form of entert.ilmi .- i tehearsils under the direction of (' A. Prince are being held now ti boat house. This ear's show protv equal nny the Friendships ev. i ' given and a b g turnout of rowing e . looked for till Detelilhtr tl THK MAXWI1LL MOTOI5 r'l ' M PANT DID. We considered It good business, ex-en If not . moral or legal obligation. Wll Flil'ND 122,000 owners out tn the cold, as It were- pleadluj; f parts. Their cars laid up not useless In most cases WK'VIl INVi:STi;D about one nnd three-quarters millions 111.""1 0001 dollars in u plant nnd sit s of parts, for over 160 ilifTerer models, made hy the rnncerrs that comprised the I'nlted Sta'es Motor Company, whose asef we purchased from the Hece ver thru the lT, S. Courts. WH TOOK TUB NA.MK MVS WELL solely for the protection of (10,000 persons who hail bougnt cars under that tuuua. HAD WE CHOSICN ANOInl NAMK those CO, 000 cars we. have hsil almost no value in second-hand market, As It thvy have a definite value by the replacement of the w parts your enr will be good a long time to come. any iincoc.NrrcD DF.At.ru repair man-- whether he han.te. the present Maxwell line oe can procure these parts Mm, nr you can order d'-e Shipment will be mitde v. 24 to IS hours afler reie.p' of the order nt Newcastle Maxwell Motor Co., Inc. DETROIT, MICH.