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THE SUN, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1914.
17 HUNTLEY SHINES IN DEFEAT OF STEVENS Cniifiiiii of N. Y. U. Chiof Fac tor in Holllnp: l'p Score, of 31 to 0. WEBB BEST FOIi LOSERS NOTRE DAME BEATS INDIANS. Tennis i'lujr In Clilenxo null Park Score In 48 to (I. Ciiioaoo, Nov. 14. Notre Dame's foot ball warriors swamped the Carlisle In nmns nt tho White Sox ball park to-day, uutciutsing Hie redaKlns In every depart-1 m.nt of tho Ka.no and winning by 48 to , Cnjniff Knrly Jlcctlnp 0f lIls Tho one touchdown rained bv the In-' dlims ramo In tho second period when a BAN JOHNSON CRAFTY IN HIS LATEST MOVE rcdeklnnod nthlote cantured a. fumliled lull on Notrq Dame's 15 yard lint. Fiom there tho Indians ploughed their way over tho goal line mainly because of the Hne plunging of Fullback. Cnlnc Notre Dame never was In danger, thoiiKh held to J nolnts th first nerlnd. tho only score beng a Held goal by tho clever little quarterback llergmnn. Hush Lciiguo Tuts Everything Up to Nationals. GLAD TO ALLOW CUB SALE New York Fnlverslty crushed Stevens vMtenltv afternoon on - , , ... ,, A . im in iiiu necuiiu mill Kleld. Ilobokcn. by n score or 31 to 0. No,r ,,amo ,)0yi p(ct up potnU Th. N. V t' line greatly outweighed the, Quarts back Welsh of the Indians Ktevcns defence, hut (.'apt. Huntley of the severely Injured In the third quarter and v.,,ur. wns the star of tho game, after being carried off the field was re- Webb of SWrn. also showed up In .Ins " Bnibulan :'. ,.i.....i. I,.. Ii.ih bien out Of the I ,no "neup. lorin. .... ... . Notre Damo. Positions. Carlisle. rime an Klwnrd L(t end Wsiieit. li. I - i- m-iir. ,.. .. i T . rcaincni nan jonnson oi mo Amen the Castle I-olnt " "V Jh' .l1".1 ptrloA "c "."l l.wo can League never showed rreatcr diolo- "'" 'u seconu nan me ,,,, ,L i " ...ni. mt.ii in inning mo 'nullum lucvi llllf nf lit.. Mrniitft i. mntith nilli than usual, lly this strategy the director of the destiny of the younger major was able to saddlo upon tho older organisation whatever Ignominy tho publlo may con sider In peaco negotiations between the Independents and organized baseball. Marol Johmon has refuseil steadfastly to treat .Left tackls.. UNION'S EIOHTH VICTORY. SLENDER FOGEL WINS; OVER HUSKIER RIVALS Turn in Cross-Country for Junior Title. i i. Kiiim ' ....... ... dnnrn i.rn immn.. Webb kicked off and Huntley fumbled ief. :,eft suird Hill with any one associated with the' outlaw 1 Kmrrv. Ends Season With Clean Slate by lteatlnsr Hamilton) 20 to T. BcitENEcrADT, Nov. 14. Union College closed Its most successful footliall season hero to-day by defeating HamlUoii 28 , 1 1 1 to 7. It waa Union's elnhth straight vlc- ' tory, giving the collego a clean ilalo for . Olllfoots (liniinkoillllOS Oil LftSt tUm w will, n Infill nf lift rinlntM ' scored against IT for opponents. Tho open style was u'.ed by both tenms, nearly all gains being made on forward patsei or end runs. Jake Ueaver, Union's quarterback, made n forty-three yard for ward pass to Cleveland for a touchdown In the third period, a twenty-five yard pass to atrllng toon after, and n twenty five yard run himself, after faking an other pats. Ha displayed his basketball knowledge to perfection with hts dodging opponents while holding the ball awaiting chances for forward passes. Laforco and Bchwarti played star foot ball for Hamilton. A thirty yard forward pais, followed by a line plunge by La force, gave Hamilton Its only score In the third period. The lineup t Hamilton. I'oalttons. Union. Orimth Left cn.t..., . ..S tar buck Dayton.... i.sit isome iiockwmi IMSII TEAM SUCCESSFUL lloth Individual and team honors In the Junior oroes-cnuntry championship of thesultd Couch Folwell, Capt, W. & J, PLAY HERE NOV. 28 Onine With" Iluticrr on I'fllo (Irnnmls 11ns Hern ArrnnKrd. Washinotom, Fa., Nov. 1 4. Accepting nn offer made several iljya ago Manager It. M. Murphy of Washington and Jeffer son, urmiiged to-dny u iKist-season ftr Uill grama with ltutgers College of New liiunskVlck, N. J., to bo played on tho lo!o Grounds, New York, on aumday, November 28. The announcement was a surprise to u majority of Itod and Hlack supiortora. Karly In the sivuwn Itutgera hod sirg-geat'.-d a tramo with W. and J. In New York on election day, but Murphy re jected It. ltutgers renowrd negotiation hter V, and. J's victory over I'atsburg. Manager L. O. Olllam orfernl Murphy a handsome guarantvo. .Muai'.iy ouii- Cruikshank , the 10 wrd llnr. but succtvded In ro- Fltsgerald...... .. Centra lokrouncl hc1 in;.. It -? advanced to -M V.":::.W .enlrr nf tllu Held, wlictu . . u. it,in m,,n, uM m,'..l Webb kicked. Bernstein ad- ll.rgmsn guarterlMck Welsh l.rttrunrJ I'tlri- lokrounri aiUae but n tolerance of August Hrr-1 J?'t'v " 1 i.ishV'ili's.ni'..'.".'.. jJSJmS 1 Orok reprwentnllvo of the Mill tnann as mediator proves tho big czar Wmiinouth mint tackle Jrnklu I Kogol. ono of the allmmeat of iioi averse 10 an nmicauie aujusimenu i I'one... nuninja . Welsh Accorditnr to several American League . HrHWil.. .V"f""',c Metropolitan Arsoclatlon at Vnn Cortlandt I'ark yesterday fell to tho Irish American A. C In each 'Instance the result was morn or loss of (i surprise. Sot A. J. Kogel, tho victorious wearer of tho winged fist, who, however, was running only for personal honor, defeated n more fancied candldatn In Nick Ul'anakopulos, the MUlrose A. A. tho com- Ueiver ' Pa",or''' wore down tho bulky foreigner pn Cnv ' . ... .LI. I.l..llfl IlJ.-l1Hlf.ln fill- ll.,.dli..H thb. 1 t"" yards mound -right T Kr ""YMa Tp, dSn Twho ended t ha V W. J'"' " "V,-BA0DT 1 1" lh" Tl "T ""ifl l,,.i shuek fumbled. Holnkls recovering . ''v l.fi halfback While J. -,,..,...,. . Chicago recently, all LTi01?,e"V.V. "Tillbaeg . Jludie minutes 11 seconds, which the bill Webb went through tho line for ncore Notre tumo. 4: carilsle.'r 'Vnueli., of tho overtures for peaco have been Hcnre Union. Hamilton. 7. Tourhdovini cslnbllshus a record for tho courso that Un rJ.. Anolher ftvo yur. s eo , '"n.-Klch.nUh j, ""gmjn j imi.k., maUe uy the roileral, ,t f,Ud tliat . jUmUtnn Lstorej r l.oo AX.?V,faorS: (r ' ytenUiy. line ueinanus or rwiue.is oi inc inacpena-vub,,tu,ion-llamllUjn rojc for Urlitol. llrll1 In tho toam competition the Irish i i urn were uui uuretusuiiuuio nmi iniii. hid i for I ftfe. Jones lor nrnwniiz. inKcinon mr jimr-. nd .v penalty ror x. u. the ob- 2. Liirkln. CIoaIm from tmiihllnu'nHrnfiii 3, Hlrhcnlnuh. (loul from flelil Cofall. Hub. ' " - . , 41 It lit Inn a Vnt tt.... u .... I s t , . t....4l.s -- I v-.. - ii.-ssd s'ssiist- ntf.-Lri.cii lur dtinr". talned !u hall on unwns. ) """,'L" Jone; for St.pli.n. Ulisrp. for L,throD. Mills for a long run and went nearly to the for lUuJun, llaujan for Mills. l.rkln for es1 hut w.ij downed bv Anderson. The n.rgirun. IMtsks for Kellfhfr. llergr for Co frosl. W ,h nerlwl was spent In I ',. '"1"" "htnlub: Csrllsle, lemaider of the perlwl wa ' l ; for Welsh i. Iltfrree-Thonisen, O.orc.town. M,ni ng back and forth. At the en 1 oi rmplre Kckersall. Chicago. I.lns.man tho Iirt nuarler ' "llu v" 1 'mri women. t,ir Elevens : yarn lino. nSSS, BUNGLES COSTLY FOR AMHERST'S FINE TEAM i kick lev arrlid tnuehdown. f 'Sl the ball over for tnn nrsi Wiener fallid to kick ino w.hh lleke.l off to the 15 yard line and Shuck ran back for ten yards. N. Y. . An.i,.ri.nn fumbled on tho IS yard lino and Huntley took the lull jvr for the second time. Wiener again failed to kick the goal. ....... Huntley recelvetl Webb's kick on the 15 ynM line and ran buck twelve yards, lrunttey gained fifteen yards through cen tre and another eight yards around left end Stevens wns penalized fifteen yarda for holding, N. Y V. advanced the ball tn the 10 yard line and then was penalized fifteen yards for hurdling. N. Y. I', made a forward pass for ten yards. Shuck tn Waldmarit Cs.pt. Huntley scored the third tmiehdrrwn and Wiener failed to kick tho goal f.ir tho third time. At the beginning of the second hair Webb received Cusack's klckoff. Stevens wis forced to kick. N Y. U. was pensl Itfd fifteen vards for holding, l'ool threw Tirk back five yards, forcing X. Y. I', to Wck. Ha.'kbaum intercepted a Slovens forward pass, hut Stevens obtained po" icsslon of the ball on a fumble. Hage myer blocked Webb's punt, McKenzle fall ing on the ball, llernsteln carried the bill over on a delayed pass and Wiener kicked the goal, making the score 1.1 to 0. Wfbb kicked to Huntley on the 20 yard line and he ran back thirty yards, "llerri stsln kicked to Todd. Webb went thiough centre fo- five yards. Stevens then made two neat forward passes. Todd to I)e Ilrot for thirty yards and Webb to Holnkls for twenty-Hv yards. At the cloe of the third quarter Stevens had the ball on the !S yard line. Wiener threw Webb bnrk three yards st the start of the last quarter. Stevens ruined eleht vards on a delayed pass. .V. Y V cot the ball on downs. Huntley msile n ihlriv vard run through centre. Cusack nttempted a drop kick goal, but filled. Huntley made another thirty yard run. but fumbled at the line. Anderson tn vnrris around right end nnd then was forced to kick. N. Y. V ad vanced the ball by line plunres. Park carried the ball over on a forward pass. The lineup: nndllnni. N. 1 . IT. t .f ni Wnlfinsn Left tackle Welner Left mrd Ilaremryer Centre . , .llsstitiaum lllht niar.l . . . Cuaark Illght tvllle... Sskolower lllcrit end . . . UeKenzle Ouarterliaek . .. ,oisng Left halfback ..Huntley iCait I Klght halfback ... Shuck Fullback . . . I)ernieln e n -tt it. ut.v.m. n. Touchdowns llintlry. S: I'itV. Ile'rn.teln. iM from toucl.do Welnrr Subtlttes N. 1 . 1 rVi'. mJir' fir Msfihall. HershloB for Pool Anderson for Tortl Paul for Htreteh. Ifarsnall for Holnkls, pSoiJ'for O ll..r Paul for e nrol for Howell. Ileferee-aaunders of liimbla. t m V.nii,,. nt Dartmouth. Llneiman -w.liuaini if Obrrlln. Time of pcrto,H IS and 1! minutes. ALBRIGHT CAPTAIN COLLAPSES, Carried Anny on Stretcher In name LafnyrMr Wins, S to 0 Eastom. Pa., Nov, 14. Lafayette de- Aiiirivht 42 to 6 here to-day. A; t..i..i,.'. ,.fr.,e w.ts cood. but It could not .niv. i.nfnvetttn's offence. Cnpt. Henfer of Albright, who had been on the sick ii. i...,i the flrst half and scored a touchdown. After the period was over he collapsed and was carried off the field on a stretcher. Maxlleld nf Lafuyctto received a num h.. r rnnii.la. that worked advantage- ouilv for Lafayette. Onco Lafayette iiiii.i .h. i.i.ii frnm behind her goal line, Albright fumbled and Mnxlleld, getting ih bail run seventy yards for n touch down Another time Albright fumbled with the ball on Lafayette s Th" lineup: Outplays Willinms, but Loses by rumbles When Within Ifcnch of flonl. Amiitrst, Mass, Nov. 14. Amherst lost s lust game of the season on thn gridiron o-day to Williams 14 to 6. It was a heartbreaking game for Amherst to lose. s Williams was outplayed, outfought and ontgamed. The icore tells llttlo nbout tho game. Amherst had the ball con stantly In the shadow of the Williams goal only to lose It by a funAile, an In completed forward pass or an unsuccessful attempt at n field goal. Only In the thlid quarter rtld Williams .L r-, . .. l 1 I Li, 1. ' N.LUrDUI. i no uuds wern inure ur ices unru uu in Mr(jovrrn Chicago, especially on Saturdays and Sun- pasjtnote. days and In the early months when'Wrhlner . O' Day's club was away off Its stride. Next ; .nj1,.c0rt'"' to Old Iloman Comiskcy Charles Weegh- ,')(,nntllir m.in Is the most nonular haseball nromoter I lurch . get moving and then they were brought the winny city nns Known wunin n neo- to a nait alter itioian nau maue two nrsi uo. i"n n.u. , ilowns In succession. Never once did , goon weeK cntl crowns to ino .ortn niuo. Jteins. Mnrhall .. Stretch iCapt.) OMIi Hill Uftell'r MldJleton Holni s ttidrrjin. . Mop-r Pool Webb, Albrliht. Miller DuiKelbericr nmbuzti , raiittkr Hrillhart Harlilrr Trtmbal i'ariicr l.uti. HrntT poiltinni. .Left end t.eft tacklo Left guard. centre. , ra 3 yard line, Lafavette. .lllackburn Woodward Oaynor , i.Mnr .Tormay . .Maineii . . .liartman I.rreli Wehton n. Illamond rurr tlli.1. mil. IllKht tarkle.. Hltnt ruu , quarterback . . ,. Left halfback . ItlEht halfback Vultbaek . u . . . it, Aih.i..i.t a Touchdown We den. MaVlQ, h T. iiiAmo.id 131. Ixrch. Hlack v... . . ',.i. f.nn. tMiirhttnU IIS MUX new.', "l oil "sub.tTt.itlonT : I.fa rile. Alker. for l Diamond, .Hwartz for HlacKUiu-n. lnrh"'.r,,rt b'...... ,r..ti ii.r.n.fin ThnnllH for I'lu L..'J' !..'.' I tl.mtr Inr I.ilhT. Ilatlimi'l nuiiiuiert I or iiviu, --- V ni;m lur Aiken, I.uhr for Mvzey. Wcldori for boms, Tormey for lllackburn, iiiarkiiurn " ' " i '!2 man f.ir .swurtz. Alkin for Lerch; Albright, nn f r Uiz. Klumbauirh for nunkrtberger, 'A? to.' Trunba!. i.utz for llortman lnid0 " I'ar.-r. uiii"r for Henfer. Trlmbal.for Park" llmnlre rannrr. n.f..,.M r nnrt llnebeiter. Colliy Unvainan Price, Hwartbmore. lXTiu.u ij minutes. Timu u PLAY REGULAR GAME ONLY. Kuril lm in Declines I'rnetliT p'oottinll With New Vorlt I'nl versify. many reports have been circulated ct nt the Fordhum Unlveislty and New YuiK I'niciiisltv having their eloVJIls nice In a practice game that tho Foidham inaragement Issued a statement jester i 1 u 1 Manager Lannln denied onco nnd for all fiat such a meeting would talto place r 'ilhim nmi New York University m.t "i within the next fw weeks, but not ' a i ractlru g.imn. Fordlinin has nef aj., - ir.hed about playing a regular Bumo f .r hM Immiiinnslihi it New Yoi k city nt' Neil York IWvcrslty, the proceeds , Wuton. . 'o m to the Helglmi llellf Fund, the game wtewari tn hi. ppiyed on neutral grounds, Manager Lannln has consented and Is doing all In his power to arrange the meeting, The proposition Is now up tn tho New York manager Fordham and New York Unl rltv have not met on tho gridiron In -rs and this year lioth havo thdr best e' ins for tho la.t five years. hatchet might have been burled before, low for Orlmth. Little for pope. Pope for Ke.liiy, this If Uilmoro and hi. associates had rloT.r'"".?. .."fcTOr not tried to protect those contract Jump- iloughton for lleaver. Stroller for Hoof. Drnt for era who deserted to the revolutionary ; Wood. Girling for Anderson lleaver tor Houih turlv after lhA ..unn nnencd Most ton, Vrnnman for I'rlee.lloof foreteller. tlci eland pan aiur ino season opined. Jipsi (or,Alkrn Hanson for Cleveland . Cicvflnmt for iirumiiieiii oi ineso are iiai i.iiaie, mum nenioa, Stoller for Hntecrans. Alpert ror Jack brlgado won from tho llronx Church Houao by tho scant margin of two points. Again the expectations of tho experts woro upset, for the welt balanced team from The Uron.x started favorite over the SMuil, ftil.f lhn.nn n,l Armnn.ln Mnr. "STi'uii Alnert. lteftree-traner. Williams. ro" ol lna .vn.mm couipeung. unui sans. ' The Federal League, It Is said, 1 H?P1.mMaUn-Flm ' tho ln8' mll 11 lool0(, thou,?h pul,ll was ready to compromise for far lets than Gambia, l-lmeut .piarter. M minutes. form wouM bfl uph(,w n lf)o teftm l)raMch major leaguo rating. Johnson, It Is said, opposed the wishes r,rt.; i), ..i.r.a n n.ir.inn tr. il,,. ,n,t.,.. VlrsHnlnns lluu All Aronnil I.lttl son deserters In the Interests of what I Qnnkera for 47 rolnfs. Hwarthmore. 18., Nov, 14. The Unl- waa believed to he the common good, Han nns nrcirru nmi ino yiniciitnu ..vnCuo , si.ii ..,.!! I backsliders must remain without the pale, llu also pointed out that bis henchmen might well sit back out of the danger zono of all blame In the pending negotla- lions for peace and order. The American league's territory has I not been directly violated by the foe, nn, has that of the National League. It ln true that two cities shared alike by tho majors Chicago nnd St. IOUl were In vaded, Hut Comlskey's White Sox are a law unto themselves, they hold the fortl SWARTHMORE FAILS TO SCORE. of Uie race- for ,lt t,,at tlmo ,lie nronI lads were leading the Irish by seven polnU undor Iho old syu.cin of scoring. Ono unit of the flvo weakened In the laet part of tho trying race, and II. Crosby felt back from eighteenth pluco lit the ac tual nice to flfty-tevcnth, destroying the vhaucoa of his tram when they looked brightest. Columbia university, which entored a Hwarthmore team this afternoon, 47 to 0. The Southern backs literally tore thn Hwarthmore tine Into threads. Oooeh and Ward were the chief ground gainers for Virginia. They ran fast and hard and tca, ln ta competition for tho first time. twisted right out of the arms of the Hwarthmore tacklcTS. often getting away from three or four In succession. They also showed a variety of plays which had the tittle Quakers oomphete ly baflled, In the last qtsirter Virginia sunt in an i. -ui ,. v,.i,.,- nh..nntn... . tir. i ennre new uocaneau a.. Tk. t.v.i.Mi T.irnn .iuh nf Bt. I li(V to the VltMlnla liuls was tho trreatent frost of tho new l 1t the neld. lrni-ue 1 Swatthmore now mlded i-omplelely Vlrrlnta. performed creditably against the more haidened club runners. The lllne and White dlv.slun was led ably by L G. Kmlth, nnd when the team scores were computed It iih found that the collegluius were fourth and that they had beaten a many tenms n', bent thorn. Smith was well mi with tho lenders nil the way and Carey finished eleventh In tho nctual race. The A. C. put a lot of sturdy young-1 n, ;; und other player, who urged him to uucepL The oolUign authorttlcji agreed to the game ajid Murphy wired his ttC coptAnoo. The gime will be the drat, for W. and J. In Now Yoak. Tbo W. nnd J. iua.l will Just havo tlmo after the Thanks giving game hero against llucknelt to catch a. nlsht train for New York, where they will arrive Friday morning. They will got Hhort practice on that day uome wlxirft. Tho lied and Black management said to-day that It Is oxpctod to have the full (strength In the field for the game. Although both Fleming and Bplegfd. two of the Btarx, nre nt present In none too good fchtpe. both arc expectod to be right for tho game. HAVERFORD HAS IT EASY. Johns Hopkins I'lnys l'oor Football nnd Loses, IO to 0. IUt.TlMOR, Nov. ll.Iohns Hopkins plajed wretched football nt Hotnonood tniliy nnd waa easily ilefuated by Haver-fni-rt Cnlluite. 10 fo 0, The defeat was far Iworso than the score Indicates, as the bicaU did not .havo a look in it was noi until tho mlddlo of tho fourth quarter that thev were able tti make a nm uown. The visitors on the other hand put up a great game. Their team was remark ably speedy 'and trained to the minute. The line held strongly the assortment of forward pass and trick formations was bewildering and they went for good gains. James Caroy. captain and quarterback, played tho star gamo. The lineup: FORDHAM TIES WITH, BIG VERMONT ELEVEN Erich Scores Touchdown anfl Erich SIdo Hoots Brill Over tbo Har. JIAIIOON TALLIES BY FA Mohauk Ward H,l'rH ,ho ,U,tl llr"1 ,no team la(,ni1 ln ' oleman third p'.ace. only twenty points behind the llronx Church House. . " . r . .. . i lions llaverrora wartwicK ror pnsrr. ine race, ooiu tor inaiviauai ami icain i Klrlt ror vndam. Banrrsa for MartwicK the speedy Toolan get away, hi longest run being twelve ynrds. He was re peatedly smeared without gaining a yard. The first touchdown came for Williams when Itlder fumbled and Kelts picked the ckihc ball up and dashed' fifty yarns through a clear field for a touchdown. Tho visitors' second score was also the esult of a mlsplay by Amherst. Uiplante nterceptliw a forward pass and scoring before he could be brought down. Tow, the 120 pound quarterback, was the shining lUht of the Amherst team. lis long dashes around Williams s flanks buMme a rugul.ir thing and his speed combined nlth that of Goodrich, who was ubstlluted for Itlder ln the ust quarter, made the game appenr a procession toward Williams's goal line. Tow finally put the ball -over after a scries of lino bucks by Goodilch nnd himself. Ilrown, whose hard and steady tackllrg kept the play away from his end through the greater part of the game, opened the way to Amherst's score by recovering a fum bled punt on Williams's 10 yaid line. Tho lineup : .Positions. . Left end. Left tackle. . Left guard . Centre ... . IllCht guard. HUM tackle Ujittit end . Quarterback. . . Left half Mack Itliht t.tlfback fullback . . seorn Williams. 1 1: Amherst. , n. i.niante. Tun. Coals from touchdowns Krlls, 2. Substitutions Williams. Ulnutrtt ror Hubbell, ncwInJl for Jones. Oarnrld for ilrown, nierton for Payson. Kisser for Orltcoll, II. Wrlirbt forTomklni. Welch for Ilrown: Amherst. liomiricn lor lliucr, lliucr iui i num, nwtirg (i. L. Clllcuder. U. of P. Umpire- -0. 11. Low, Dartmouth. Linesman A. P. ukeson Lehllh. Time of quarters- 15 minutes. Amherst. Hrown . . Miumwny . Mud Kimball . ., rosi linuulton.. Swasey.... Tow , Hlder Warrrn..... iXshlry a torrltory ns far removed from the busl nes contre of Chicago ns Tho llronx Is from the Hattery. The American League believes that an alienation of Wceghman from tho Federal cnuso would Indirectly benefit tho Na tional by restoring the old time favor of the Cubs. Uut It has left the matter squarely up to the National League. The hitch so far In the negotiations between Horrmann and Weeghmnn. American Leaguo magnates declare, has been over the proposition to transfer the Cub fran chise from the West SIdo to the North i:nd. Strangely enough, Weeghman's pro posal Is favored Jiy the Johnson forces. This park, which la fifteen miles out. Is situated In the heart of a booming resi dential district, which within the last ten years has grown from e.000 to over 100, 000 population. While Weeghman's plant Is tlftwn miles from tho buslneas centre of Chicago the transportation facilities are excellent Doubtless there may be some selfish motive In the American Lengue'B deslrn to seo tho Cubs play at Weeghman's new plant It would mitigate to the favor of the While Box on the occa sion of Sunday conflicts. The nittiarentlv imnimeerned American KrllS I t , . ... I ... I . . V, . mnml.. .,ln,.,. i.wiKuua IUUI.1.-VI lui.aiu , um i.n..n .rurness .... . , , v , . i i t in. iHisouii ; ucmtvii (-cuci.ii uii'i ..i.li'iii ..u- in terests In Cincinnati on lecemocr l as sure to dovulop a sale of the Cubs to Weeghman. They maintain that the backers of the Chicago Federals are ready to Join organized baseball's ranks regard less of thn fate of their presen. associates. They have reputed authentic figures to back up their contention. Theso show that Chicago, which was one of the very best patronized clubs, drew scarcely moro than enough money to pay salaries and road expenses. ornoi Clime Coleman , l-.vana . Moore ' ""'r' 1-......1. ...... !.. i i tln .i,rn,., fiUietlO inuiu n nn i.wi-u i i iiiiui vs i.iib .ii.vu.,..- . . i. ..... ... I . v. . . .... I..., . 1,'lUlll UUI illlll IIIC IUU BU Willi .UIVU fcilU U.O. . , , . ., 1, Vver tlmt hB. bNn covered In recent years. L " V0Um,d.M'w.r S'n ' uFMSZ " snnur At the last moment the thicket, bog land r0ui:h. Thomas for Itandill. Hlehards for Touch- and water Jump, which had been omitted Williams, llubbrll Uarflcld Hrown Laplanle Jonrs Toolan Paysiu Tomklns Touchdowns The team The lineup: Positions. . , .Left end . . Left tarkle . . .. , Left guard , ... , , . Centre .. Illghtcuart .... .. .Itlsht tackle . Illfht end,. .. . . Quarterback . Left halfback Itijtit halfback . .fullback . , Mrnrp v ircinia. tii: owui iiihk.iv, ... ......- downs - Hold, (looch. Mayer 5; ward Ilur- jn the original mapping, were Included r-f'-AdSKS "Tub Ki",i?i" ahralr!- a fmv of the runner, who were Stevens fur P.. Cornog. Harry for A. I expeit enough to cross the stnnm on a ruriioir. O'Connor for I'assmoie, McCabe for treacherous log came through without a Wndner.I'asimoref.ir Lndleott. A. 'error ror nu,.klm;, Am0, c lha notable victims of casualties at this Jump, which was en countered Just afler ciosslug the railroad tracks, were F. Travelena, tho Mohawk mm, and M. Uroinberg of the Sheridan A. C. Travilena flopped Into tho wafer on each circuit, but shook the water off like a Newfoundland dog and continued with enough speed to reach tho Judges In ninth plnce. On the final turn of the e.oursn Orexnbcrg slipped and the conse quence was a shallow dive Into three feet of water that linmerse.d him f'-om head to foot. It was ticklish work for all. but It was the most genuine cross country run held In this district for many years. Several thousand persons were on the Positions. Hopkins. l..n .ml A Itundnll Irfft taekls.. . . tlurrough 1,U guard Menansh fantr lTimrcte Itlght guard .Krlcke Itlght tackls...i. ...Jaek'on Itlght end l'sar Quartrrbtck Itranham Lft hairback Hoffman , .Itlght halfback Uhlsr Fullback Wilkinson W ItBv.pfnril. 10. Johns llODKins. U. TouchdownCarey (loal from tourlidDwn Vandam. lioal ironl nria tarey. ruoiuu Havertord Fblplet-. .. Knowlton. . . Aobnson.. .. How Und.. , liuffun.. .. Moon Ittevo....... llonklns for A. itandsll. lUrhards ror wiminson. Vandam for Kirk. -llruinhaufh Vermont' heavy eleven tied with Kord ham yesterday on Maroon Held, the final sojro being ? to 7, The Vermont line outweighed that of Fordhsm, end the visitors soon put this superiority In beef to good advantage. They rushed the light Maroon forwards down the field at the start of the game and thn Vermont backs had no trouble In making the needed gains through the grs provided for them. lly straight plungtng and quick thrusts off tackle the visitors continued a rapid fire attack that yielded six first downs and sdvanccd the ball to the 10 yard mark. The locals then took a brace and not only held their heavy opponents but pushed them back to the 12 yard line, ao that Vermont wns forced to nttempt a IUM goal and Smith's try went wide of the mark. Fordham advanced the ball to mldheld, but hammorlng at the Vermont line yielded nothing and Dunn waa forced to kick. The ball seesawed up and down the Held for the rest of the half. Morcaldl displaced ltowan at quarter for Fordham toward the end of tho sec ond period, and the llstlesa Maroon players hegan to show some life, but the whlatle blew beforo a Fordham advance could terminate In a score. Fordham got the ball on a ""ri Its 40 yard line when Vermont wien to gain nt the beginning of the third period and the Fordham attack Bnowad i radical change tn method, ny using shift plsys and lateral passes that wsre well executed negnn. mm .iu -.AKki thn 11 vard line. Ilegana run of 4& yards waa especially brllllanL The Vermont line uraceo, nui ruiunm the distance with a ehori lorwarc pass s.n nnnn ti Ilecan. who was downsd on the 1 ynrd line. Dunn then stole across the line In tne comer oi mo irom " touchdown. Capt. Wymard kicked we "! ....... . Fordham s joy was snon uvea, ivr mont was destined to score soon an ward, Vlzner. the visitors' quarter, mad sixty-five ynrd run after tne hickou and took the ball to the 10 yarn line. From a mass play rormaiion took a quick pass nnd dived through for a touchdown. Frank klctfed the oal that tied the count. The lineup: li. m. ll. .nn fur Lnelie. llrlnton for Donnrlll Vlrilnls, Walker fur .Nnaar. Hurnett fur Meyer. E. Andrrfun fir Ward, fiiirkley for l.oorh, A An ilirson for Kvans, Sllllwell for Harker. I jefcree- -fl'Hrlen. Central Hill Mehool, Pblladelhpla. Urn- Eire llurtln. Princeton. Linesman llocklns, ataycttc. Time of periods 16 minutes. CORNELL AND COLUMBIA TIE. BUCKNELL WINS BY AUTO LIGHT. Siui Drops HeliMY Jlilrlinn ns l.ettrs- lmrr Falls to Score. HAiiRisnCKU. I'a.,' Nov, 14. rtrllllant ELI AND TIGER TIE AT SOCCER. Ilnenneyrr nnd C'relfeld Sln-" Oft All Shots Aimed nt (loots. Ithaca, Nov. 14. Cornell's soccer team balked the aspirations of Columbia In the Intercollegiate championship match for the Mllnes trophy this afternoon and mrf-i1 unsrAlhed nfter nlr.etv minutes i of the hardest sort of play. On both j parade, grounds to sen the rani and they sides the defence maintained the upper ! wem able to catch glimpeea of the run hand throughout and. although there were j "ors ns they tolled up the hill, cutting plenty of tries for goal, every shot In turn through the hill hides of the golf coun-e was cleared successfully. 1 and along the ridge at the lop of tho rtiirmAver. ln iroa for Column a. and , "', iieru win inmi imiivmuiu cumes- Crelfelds. the Cornelt custodian, carried tarts wen. wvll bunched and ns they off tho individual honors or tn game. II. Shanholt and nomeo supported IPier meyer In fine style, as did Capt. Hamilton, who recently rejoined tho Columbia team. The lineup: Positions. Cornell.r lioai - ... CflcfcUs Itlght hack Thomas . Left back Townsmd Itliht half Corcon Centre half Smith , .l.rlt half liltk OuP'Ide rliht Marks Inside rltht Ludlow ..Centre Marrtln ..Inside left Nloilal r.i.Mn li.fi . fliiR.ell Heore -ColumhU. n; Cornell. 0. Substitutions- Hamilton for llomeo. .Sanders for Hamilton. It efrree Campbell. Linesmen--Montgomery for Cornell; J. nanaers ior i.oiuiiiuia. i mr ui umvi:. minutes. Wl'klnnon lteff rr K H. Land. avy I'm- ulrs J M. Davidson. Pennsylvania Lines man li. M Olllett. Hopkins. Time of quar tersla minutes each, TUFTS OVERWHELMS B0WD0IN. Fnc Columbia. uermfVer . nannoii,. Itonreo, , . I amnion .airuardia... . Nevltt, ecu arouarn. I. It. Shanholt Fernandez.. Schwartz work by Hucknell brought a victory over Gettysburg to-day, 25 to 0. It was tho third tlmo the Gettysburg eleven has been trimmed by Hucknell In Harrlsburg. It I waa a rougnhouso gme nt intervals, Gettysburg having numerous pennltles. Automobllo lights were burping when the last quarter ended. It was a splendid piece of machinery that George Cocklll presented for Bucknell and the baseball manager, coach for the Iiwlsburg team, proved that ho also knows something about football. A crrwd of 2.500 witnessed the game, including bands nnd a larce representation of the. student body from each Institution. Gcttya buig put up n hard fight, but wns out classed ln punting and line work. The lineup: positions. Dettysburg. Left end Welgle Left taekle . . Mark Lett guard folk Hueknrtl. Aleghowckas, rtwui-i Denuwski, .. Morrett. Kdwards liearn Hanks. . MnllrrmoU... t.ilanlc. llei.er Tophnm, lrlnreon Lends Until Near Hud, When Ynlr Crli Its Only Gonl. 1'niNCKToN, Nov. 14. Princeton and Ynlu tlel In soccer heto this morning, I to 1. The Tigers led until well along Into the socond half, when n penalty kick by Gay tied th score. Princeton J was suii1or in tetim work but lacked tho Individual brilliance ot inio, tor whom Leo nnd Quy starred, Clever blocking by Jackson, tho Prlncrton goul, saved he local eleven, for the defence! wns erratic with tho exception or aioore nt fullbick Princeton's scor resulted when Cnpt. Oites mado a long slhot from well towurd the o!di lima. Hosklns wna substltutol for Cator In the second half and ma- (.riallv stretTtlienel the I'rlrcoton lie fence, which was rooil ns Yale's In tho eecond half. The lineup Princeton. I'o.itlons Jiu-kson. . .. Centre ,. Itlght guard , , .. , Went tackle , , ,. . Itlght end . .Quarterback l.eft halfback , . ,. Itlght halfbvjk . . .. ruiiuarn . , Score-Hucknell, : Gettysburg. 0, Webber .. Ilsker Ntll'P .. . Itoir .Stration . .Welmer . .Scho.trr Hub.lltu- Tllzel n.,n iirttisburc Stoney. tor .straltpn. for MrCuHouch, narly fr Stnv.e-. Hnteh for itarlr Hucknell--I)avis for UcOccnott. Ilopler for Cilanlr. Spotts fur lloni-r. I'eele for Dejipw. ski. Lswrenco for Aleghowc'ias, 1-eltun for Ld !...'.. i. V Derm olt for Tmihai.i Cfoall from field "i:"..;.-. i. n.vl.. .Safetv- Huekneil. Touch T 1 1 i.ii.J h .n.l l.n.li.lnutii Ml'nn. bam.V L'mpl'rc-Slifinan. Lnfaietto, Itefcreo i llbllenbaek. V. of P. l. nrsnn- (Irecie. Hyra iule Time of perlo-ls- 18 minutes. ILLINOIS RIPS UP CHICAGO. I'ogue nnd Clnrk Are Stnrs In a 21 In 7 Victory. iTnnANA. 111., Nov. 14. -Hipping Chicago ins In the flnnl period, the Unl .....itv nf Illinois football team defeated the Maroons this afternoon on Illinois vi m 21 to 7. It was a whirlwind flnHh and as desperato a game as was evei nlaved In Urbana. Tho Illinois boys do ..JJ to win. They had the better bat nnced team. Tho backfleld sttono as never before, but Pogue nmi (Mark s'pod out among tho' rest. The lineup: Positions, cmeago eft end lluntlnrton ....Lett taikle,,..' Shull T.rt rimnl Rteinun Cent's ilesiardlsn ...Illght guard WhH Petty i'V.t . ' ;ri llr.ives,, chirk... Wnsrner Macnmber oniong Illinois, qulcr. . . rmstrong I'lispmun.. Ilenrt Attnc Kill I.iiyiiK, as Fhancisi-o, Nov. 11 William O I.syng, prominent In the harness horse orld, died hero ns & result of a series of ''nn nttacks He was born In New York In IS55, Mr. Layng enrne, to the Paclllc const a number of years ago nnd became uumager ot the ifalr ontl Hqprtitnan, ,, Jackson , . .Mparlts ,.,ltujmll .... (Iriy . .. .llTgsr . noon Itliiht end ,,. QiiarterbU'k ..Loft halfback, .. ..Ilfght halfblck... hobln.r.. .. i .i. Poirue for Wagner, Onrclon fo Uray. ln.ni ?. mUZ ro.ifch'ls (or Oordon. rttis 75. uT.hMilnser. Floo.l (nr Brhafsr, OorrtiTn fr Coutchl. Knlpsehllrt To for Hul.ntllU fttis nunrii Moore Cator...., Harris. . ., ruber.. . l.aks Miller.... Itoss .... lilt's, . , . Hoy e..,. Fowler (loal .....Left back,.... Itlght back.. .. ....Left h.ilfback... ,,.Centrs halfback. ...Itlght halfback,, ....Left outilda.,. ....Left Inside Csntrn ...... . .. Itleht Inslds.. , .Itlght outslds,. uen-iowns ..-a-. i v-,, from. . .. " 1 il ifi.Kli.W. ilafr.e. i 'r W" . Point :""MnMmanf.ddtn. "nchlgaii. Tim of periods -If. mliiutos. l'rospeet I'ark Football. Hisrllnc A. C Jf! Washington A. C. Argyle A C. is: MPjton A. C. . Monawks, 10: Monarchs. . Lees, lur A. C. Ol-Ilusa TrlangUs. 0, Yale. llndl UlfTord ... Crawford Haskell , ...Jlurrows , HrlRht , ., Lee Itoblns (liimble TueUsr Tripp Hrore Princeton, li lule. I, uo.un nni.. n,iv. Hiihsiltuilons lrlncton. Hoi kins for Cator. Yale, Usy for Tripp. Time of halves ii minutes. Usferee Ilogau of Trenton. BRANDENBERG WLNS THRICE. A. L. mirns Is Illuh Horntcri (iunnrr nt Trnrern lalnnil Trnps. J. I. Tirandenbcrg was tho principal winner yesterday at the Travern Island (runs of the New vorn Ainmuc uiuo. ina- Ing the club trophy, the accumulation cup and the Trnvers Islnnd trophy. Ho won the threo events only, however, after shootnfTs In which many of the gunners rnmneted. His excellent work put him In a tie for the high handicap prize, together with W. J, Smith nnd A. II. Hiibhell. Thl event ho also won in a snootorr witn fntal of 23 of a. possible 25 targots. A. L. Hums was the high scratch gun ner of thn day. winning witn at of too targets. He also was the winner of the monthly cup. O. C. Grlnnell took tho dis tance hnndlcnp with 23 of 2t targets. Tho variety cuti went to V, L. Culver. A shoot for novlco gunners wns won by A. II, Hubbell after a Bhootolt ngalnst W. J, Smith. CHAMPIONS ALL BUT ,L0SE. nnlly nt I.nst Mlrmlei Flnnules Crrs, rent Soccer Team to tVI,n, MoNTCfAin, Nov, 14, iA though they were riven the care of the season I tho Field Club Loague- chimplornhlp gamo pWyed on the grounds of the Mont' lnlr AthWuto i;iiid lomy sue soccer nl.ivers of thn Crescent Athletic Club manniged to pull the game out of the lira in thn final stages of tne contest. WKh the scorn- standing at I goals to 0 agulnst them nt the ent or mo nrxi i,. if ih Crescents mannged to turn, the tide and plJoed tho match to their credit by JeoaJs to z. STANFORD WINS BIG GAME. Itrnta California, U(t to H, In Annnnl nngliy Jliitcli, San FnANCisco. Nov. 14. Stnnford won the annual Ilugby football gamo with tho University of California to-day by a score of 2 to 8. At every angle of the play the Stanford team outclassed Itc old rival, nl- thoueh California put up a game ngnt against almost hopeless odds. Cnrelessness In hnndllng tne nan. wmcn caino several times wnen a uauroima score seemed Imminent, scrva to rmpnn slze the finish of Stanford's play, which was one of the features of the game The Cardinal team played ns though It were a machine, while In the exciting mom-Tita of the contest disorganisation cropped up In the California ranks, with the Inevita ble result a Stanford gnln. California tried at the outset to make the came a struggle between the foi wards, but the efforts to keep tho Hall in tne pacit proved fruitless, nnd the Stanford hacks were quick to pounce upon the ball when over It came out and soon ran It well down Into California tirrltory. Lachmund. who played second line lor Stanford, was the Individual star of the struirirle. He scored three tries nnd wan of material aid In the scoring of the other points. Austin aiso oin great worn, kui lng a tf' nnd adding eight points moru by his excellent kicking. A crowd of 26.000 watched the anmin! struggle und cheerod the 111 of Stanford nnd the pluck of California. MAINE RUNNERS IN THE VAN. made pood progress down the hill to the railroad trnckn tho clone formation was mn'nlalned. Ituwell Springsteen of the Yonkers Y. M C A. was the first to tackle the water Jump, clorely followed by (llanakopulos. A. J Fogel nnd llonolmn. Focel and .una, the llrst man on the Irish team, led the next bunch through the brush and over the stream. These men all negotiated tho passage of the log without disaster, but the next man, De Stefnno, started thn cavalcade by tum bling In the drink and setting nn example tint wns followed largely by tho rest. The bill following the water Jump was oo much for Rprlnirsteen and he dropped nut, so that when the flrst lap wns com pleted Fogel was In the lead a stride ln front of the Greek, nnd with Honohnn nearly 100 ynrds back. The tlmo was 1(1:31 4-s The Greek stuck closely to Fogel going up the golf links hill for the second time, but began to waver when he reached the top of tho Incline, nnd the 'ght footed rogi-i quickly cut out a lead of fifty yards. Ho Increased this to 100 jnrds at tho water jump, ami again safely tripping over ire log nruigo was out or Fnrwnnl I'asies nn Important tor In (10 to 7, Victor). McoroRD, . Mass., Nov, 14, Tufts crushed Howdoln In the annual gimo here to-day, tho local collegians rolling up a total of 60 points to 7 made by the Maine students. Tufts played without several of her best men. The feature of the game was the fine forward passing by the home team, gains of thirty-five, forty and fifty yards being muni by this style of play. After scoring two touchdowns In the first period Wescott made a long run to llowdoln's 7 ynrd lln" nt tho opening of the second period nnd nnnther touchdown followed on a line play. Then Howdoln kloked off to Teil, wliu was downed at tho 25 ynrd lino. Angill then made a for ward pan of fifty yards to Ridley nnd after two attempts to rush tho bull Angel I threw the ball from the 35 nnl line to llennett, who was standing behind tho goal, for a touchdown. Howdoln did not scure until the final period The lineup Positions. ... Leftend.. . . Left tackle. . Left guard . Centre ...Itlght guard... Itlrht tackle. Illght end ... , Quarterback.... Left halfback. Itlght halfback., nillDaca.. Fordham. .......Usee ....Itlordaa . ... nits ...Wymard . J. Conklta . ... May , .Corrldra ,. ..ltowan Dunn Itegan .vnis Devlin Is Stur In HI to O Onine AKiilnai llimtiut Colleuje, Wouckbter, Mass., Nov. 14. Holy Cross by defeating lloston College, 10 to 0, on Fltton Field to-day won Its first victory of the season, as well ilk outclassing It. rcnldnnger. At this point Glanakopulos was i rVaJ from the Hub. lloth tuams played forty yards in ironi or uononan, ami ino excellent footbal . w h the l'urnle und New York A. C. man ted Zuna by n similar 1 -white eleven of Worcester doing the distance. One of tho best bits of run- i .,t uno smashing and carrying the ball. nlng In this lap was done hy O. Lanska 1 Devlin of Holy ('rods In the otienlnir of the Knlevn A. C, who hud worked his period within u few minutes of tho time way up rrnm nttrentn to sixtn position, limit sent the hall between the uprights Focal drew furtlur nwuy In the final mile frnm Huston College's 20 vard line for tho nnd won bv 150 yards, with Glanaltopulos nrt count of the contest. The second slxiv yards In front of Ilonohnn. una nunrter was even v foucht. but In the fourth, about thlry-five yards further bark. . third Dee's fumble cost the visitors a Win Telllil mill Jmllvldiinl Honors In .Vriv nniclnnil Cross-country. Boston. Nov. 14. Running evenly all the way, the University of Mnlno cross country team won first place ln the an nual crosa.cbuntry run of the New Hng' land I. C. A. A. at Franklin Parlt to-dny. Although tho Matnn men were hunched all tho way, they foil apart a llttlft at the Mulsh and the score wns close, M.tlno scoring 68, Technology 00 and Dartmouth TVetl of Vnlnn was the lnnlv dual win ner nnd be ran a good race always In, the first bunch, finishing with a lcnn pr n hundred vards on A. Bhrlver of Williams, who was second. Tretl's tlmo of 25:15 S-5 for the measured course of 4 8-10 miles was good. The team scores: University of Nalnc, C6: Massachusetts In ututs of Technology. 48; Dartmouth, 74 .Massachusetts Agricultural. 116: William', ISO : Colby, HI! Hrown. 146; Worcester Poly teilinio, isi; Amnersi, jh. Two Vorcrsier Teams Win. WoiiceBTM. Mass.. Nov. 14. Worccste Aenitamv scored a double victory over" Its oM rival. Wllllaton, to-day by winning, the annual football game, 71 to Q, and the oenss.cnuntrv run. 13 to 37 ' The football game wns a one sided uff.ilr. Wllllston nt no time was dangerous nnd was bewildered by the forward passing jind open field running of tho Worcester boys. In tho cross-country run Crnthern of Worcester defeated Shaw of WllllBton In a close finish, nnd tho next four to tin. sh wero Worcester men. Tufts n.uhttt . ... Hlngliain . Tliorndlke . . Hobhlns. .. . Hrown Murphy . . . MnnWd. Parks . . Wesrott 1 ladle .... Angrll . core Tufts Positions Hlthtt-Ml . Itliht tackle.. . .Illght guard rcntre . Left guard ...Lift tnckla . Lrft end Quarterback . . Itleht hnlflmek . Left halfuack 1'ullbark in; Howdoln, Howdoln. I hsnmsn . . Austin Urew tcr , Mime M. Moultnn .. Law Is Wood Shumnky . Colbath II router Led better Toiirhdowns Wescott. 1. Hartley. J Angel! llennett, Col bath. Goals from touchdown -Parks, . Colbath. Substitutions -Tufts Teel for Wesrott. O'Don. nell for Mtirnpv, Wescott for Teel; Howdoln, MacConnlcIt for Shumaky. lleferee (leorge V Ilrown, 11 A A, Umpire- Hugh Mrdrath, lloston College. Tlmo of perlisls -l!i minutes HOLY CROSS'S FIRST VICTORY. Pos. 1 A. t N' tt t r. The new rulo requiring nil non-team men to bo eliminaieu wmn compiling the team scorp caused many changes, but had the old ru'clitc'd rlrcyrtlled the' Irish tram still would havo won. nnd by, a larger total, 70 to 70 Tho order or finish : Tlm. Name and Club M H. J, Fogel, 1. A A C SI 11 Olnnilkopulns, Mlllrose A A Jt 44 4-5 Honnhan. New York AC SS 00 Kiins. Irish American A C ,S 01 De Metano, (Uanam A, A 31 IS O. T.aiikl. Kalev.1 A. .... 35 10 7 H. Ackermon. New York A. CSS : II I J Htock llronx Church It. .ts J W j- Travelena, MnhuwK A C .SB i 10 n, Klely, Hronx Church House Id so 11 L (1. Pmltli. Columbia Univ. IS 11 1 i. m.i.sp. Irish American A. C S.V St II J Malsr. Jlrnnx Churrli House St 40 14 i:. iiyrne, uronx unurcn iiouse.ia i )t i' ftuggUro, llronx Chureli It JS 4a ,M"ii!r, Long Island A. C..3S (3 17 Oiiftnsy, Jrlh American A. c.H 4S HW Fogi-I, Irish American A. c ir, an U W. (lalvln. Irish American A, CSS 11 :0 I M"Cullnligli. slnhawk A C "1 31 21 H. Cobb, .New York A. C., . .18 4S ii It. Nye. Mohawk A. C . .. SO 45 "J li. Masterson, Mohawk A, O SO 4S 21 .T. W. Plant. Jr L. t A. r SO H S - li Mnlury, Mohawk A, C . ,,J S9 JC I ltmpnn. Yonkers V, SI. C A 57 12 :T -F. f n, Mohawk AC. .ST 19 5K -W. ltbrstt, Iilsh Amorlcan A. C 37 IS IV .1. Cnslellii, llronx Church 11.37 21 SO a, lleitMii, Holy Family Ly 37 57 31 j. p. Lnngthnrns, Columbia V S7 J 32 c Hchrrr, 1ing Island A, CJ7 SS 3 C. Krloksnn, Mohawk A. C....37 80 34 A. Larsen, Yonkers V. M. C. A Si 1." 35 (J. Andrsws, Holy Famllv Ly 3t 1C 31 V. V.afofaky, Cnlumhla Fnlv SS is ST It, llunther, Hroni Church It 31 17 US j, p, ICnni, Columbia llnlr....!. IS S I, Lang, Yonksrs Y M, C A.SS 31 10 r. riesche, Holy Famiry Ly st si 11- P. Keating. I. A. A, C . ,,SS 3 42 .7. Dolan. Mohawk A C. . ,,3 07 43 It V, Myers. Columbia ttnli-,30 21 ( It. F. dhepherd, Columbia Hnlv S9 3S if. v It IHeliimnn. Columbia It 30 34 U.M (irfnberr, Hherldan A O.S9 30 4f W. Ilurkliardt, Tlrnnx Church II. 30 43 4 -At, C, list'.. Yonkers V l. C A SS 44 4J I, Erb, Holy Family Lyceum., S 47 SO li. Maclay, Yonksrs V M C A SJ HO H T. Carro.l. Long Islhnrt A. C 40 0 St V. Johns, Jfnly Family J.yceum.40 13 r,3 w, a'.ant, Long Island A. C,., 40 j: t IP. Ptryrtlo. Yonkers v. M c A.40 S2 tj W. fl. nilnn. Columbia Univ., 40 oo s M. Crosby, llronx Church II. . 40 SS S J, N,, Kerns, I, A A, C, ., , , 41 27 0S--4- iioicnnaum. i. a a. v., ,.ss ;s s Individual enmpetllnrs only. TUAB atunr. touchdown. McCabe getting thn ball on the 15 yard mark nnd carrying It over. Neither team had an opportunity to score In the final period. The lineup: Holy Cross. Poilllons. Huston Collide. McCabe Left end Hogers llcaley ...... Left tackle . .. .McCarthy -iiitii n Lrft guard J, llrtullrj' lirawlcr .Centre Anders (I'Keete Itlght guard. Dairy calilll night tacklo. . ., .O'Connor Donavan . ... HUUtMid I'ltrgrrald Devlin . ... Quartc-b-ick Maloney l.re,,., I.ril linuii.itiii IJUliy McCarthy . Itlght halfback Dit Coin.. , Tullb.-u-k . . Sullivan , Scpie- Holy Cross, l;llulonCollcgc.o. Touch downs McCabe. (ioal from touchdown llrvllu. (ionl from field - Devlin. Hulxtltutloni - Holy Cross, Lynch for llenly, Cook for tirftwiey, .imnirrinnu ior i iveeio, .Manning or Dotmvan. Ilolan for McCarthy. Murnhv for Cain: lloston College, rmity for McCarthy. Murray ior -i iirooirv, ,irv arii)- ior u i;onjlir, Kudo for rittfernld. Cav&naueh for n.itn Twltchell for MaToncy, Haggerty for Duffy, Kilty tot Dee, C. Ilradlcy for NillUnn, (.ravers fur C, firadli-y. Umpire-- MrCarthy. Georgetown, Mcicrre imuneiiy, iieorgtiown, i.ineainan Woolcy, Timu ot periods- 16 minutes each, Vermont. Malcolm , Denning l'lynn .. De Marco.. Arm Strang., Little . . Pike Vliner . ... .smith . Prank . . .Score Vermont. 7! rordham. 7. Touchdowns n..!- , il.ii. frnm innrhrlnwn rraas. Wvmard. SubsUtuttons- Morcaldl for ltowan, llu "shy for nioraan Itlce for Wymard. rtlor.an for 111?, Itobln for Ittf an. Hegan for llobln. -Butler for (ionklln. Abel For Armstrong. Arastrong for Abel. Heferetr-Ksrsburg ot Washington and Jefferson. Umnlre-T. Uammau of Princeton. UneimVn -C. Ilamman of Princeton. Tlmo of pcrlods-12 minutes each. OUTCLASS BAY STATE AGGIES. Snrnufleld Y. M. '. A. Collejce M Get 17 Points In Opponents' n. HrniNoririn, Mass., jfov. 14. Bprlog field Y. M. C A. College won Its annual gnrpe with Massurhusettn Agricultural Cnllege to-day, 17 to 3. After three plays had carried the ball over for the first touchdown 'in the opening period the sod t...ai,r develoned a stubborn defence. While darkness gathered In the final ijuntur Sehabinger got ln front- of an Aglgo forward pass and raced twenty Ile yards for Y. M. C, A. College's other touchdown. The Agglcs escaped a shut out In the third period, when I'almer made a Held goal. The lineup; Sprlngflild . , nassaenusrtts V. M. C. A. Positions. Agr. College. Urii.. l eft ran uraysoa llnimcs... - , . .urn i. mi . w....nM SUne. ... - Lett guard Perry Cooper... Cerire.. ,,,?le Hanks.... Hlcht guard ..1 'idler "K ip." IllgblUick c Plaljled Cantwell.. . Illght end .. Day Miller... viuarieiiiiwn . Pn ntaln Left halfback . , i-Whorf Wliffams . . nirbt halfback Darling Gibson Fullback Palmer Sruie- Sitringflrld Y. M. C. A. College. 17; Mafsachusitts Agricultural College 3. louch-ilowns-rountaln, Sehabinger. duals from tmicn downs Miller, Hell. Coals from tleld-MIIIer. Palmsr. siibsiltuilons .SprlngtlelJ Schwanger tor Cantwell. Whalrn for .Schainnger.rlchnblnrer for Miller. Miller for Schali necr. Hchabloger for Whale '. Miyers forWIIIIams, ficghold for (llbson: MaVsarhu-etts D .Williams for Day. Day or 1). WUHiims. Dantorth for l'lalsted. PlalstciJ for Cravron. Murphy for Mrllcsn. Mellcan for Mur nhv. Criys n for M"lln Ileferee Carpenter. Harvard. Umpire Andrews, Yale. Linesman Dorman, Columbia. Time of pcrlods-15 minutes. (Ins- fionl Wins for Morris Illoih. Morris High defeated Kvnnder ChlldM. 1 to 0, yesterday In the high school soccer championship game on Crotonn Athletic Field. The two teams were well matched througout tho first period and for the greater part of the- socand half. It lacked ten mlnutes Of'Mme when a penalty was given' against Kvnhlton Chllds. from which Spalter. Inside right for Morris High, succeeded In negotiating the only goal of the game. Rosenberg, at goal for Morris, played his position exceptionally welt. I).- Witt Clinton Wins nt I"lld. Dp Witt Clinton took the measure of Itoys High, 1 to 0, In a championship soccer gnme on the Trospect l'ark Parade Grounds In Brooklyn yesterday morning Neither side scored In the Hist half and tho second period was well spent when De Witt Clinton succeeded In breaking through and tallying. Mtmlnek Heats Ilogry llndly. Oi.ttn Cove. L. L. Nov. 14. Thirty members of the Nassau Country Club played In tho bogey competition to-day. Harvey Murdock finished 5 up, and had no trouble In winning. The scores: Harvey Murdock, S upi if. F Whitney. 1 up. C, llunyon. Jr., 1 upi l. A, Lorlnr, Jr., I upi C, B llobsrtaon, all square: W. L. Pats, 3 down! 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