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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1915.
Eligibility Conference of Harvard, Yale and Princeton Representatives Will Be Held in New York HARVARD, YALE AND PRINCETON TO CONFER HERE fating nt Vnlo Club Will Tie DCVOtfd to Discussion of Atlilotic Relation. W1U LAST TWO PAYS; DATE NOT YET FIXED Mxck i K. J-. Nov. M. Represent ,tvM o! Harvard, Yale ami Prlnootoo gfflmtft l Iht Ysle Club In New York rjutlvt 4744, either Sovem Mf M Slid "r 11 mHll It0f, Dei-cmlMT .1 nnl 4. 1 eonfof on trie QttOltlOB of the yhlrtl.' relations of tht three unlversl- v. fur ton years hKve the three met fr '.ke dlMVHtOB. In rVoeinber. 105. re-entntlves from Harvard. ., Md Princeton pot together uti Ire up the Mf WW under which the thietis ' ' 1,,rc'' ItWtltlKlOM now ,rf ni" Peso MeClsnahan, chairman ,( the IMnceton cotlWtllUee which will n, In the conference. Raid when nts.v.ewr 1 l"-.lay . . The 1. 1 r f. ntntiven of Princeton, Ti,. ind Harvard seemed to (eel that sobk further uiseunsion of our general itMettc relatione was not only desirable. u. ,..,..,, a .F.xtension must be made :, ., hanging condition. Thin eon- Lr,. . i- foi the purpoa of dltcuaalng nil questions or athletic relations and thirl.- conduct anions tut three unl MTtltlea ot which nueetluns of eligibility are unh a part." Yale It tapected to nuk for a vote on .k. n.ir. l"ti of the ellplbillty of llastnn. Ijho- Pumpelly and Khett. the men who for accepting1 board while playing .ummer luseball were declared Ineligible nn.ler the present rule. len Mc I'lMt'thaii would not iliseuss the possible remit of Ih's vote otto , than to state that prohabl) Ya'.e will vote In the nepn . ve If a reinstatement of the players m proposed The representative of the three unl-Tsrsi-'es nt this conference will he Chosen -r- : K romnilttOM which .'ontrol the m. oua aportl within the individual col Tsie't representstlvss will be Prof Poiw-t Cora-ln, chairman o( the athletic committee; "ieorpe P. Pay. treasurer, lid Henry Hobaon of the executive com- r Joint Kleld. football; tieorge Ca baseball i Prod Brte Allen, rowing, Mid John Kllpatlick, track praduale member of the athletic committee. The following will represent Prince ton Dean McClanahan, chairman i Dttn II B Pin, from the faculty :om m fee on outdoor sorts . Howard Hi v ot. chairman of the football unmltteo; W. K ireen, chairman baaahatl committee; Prof. C W. Ktnnsdy, chairman ot the track some mtttes; Knox Taylor. 'OS, delegate at H v i'd his named but one member of Ita commlttoa as yet. He is lean Hr HI D THE REALM OF SPORT. By W11.LIVM U. II V . The receipt of the following Is the p. . f having everything one says iket seriously : fti a score of 41 to ft I should it would require about a month s in deliberation to come to your oon regard to the relative merits Ihi Harvard and Yale teams. 'Harvard. '." But, corns to think of It. maybe "Mar vin 19" also la guilty of facetiouaneai hen ha should be serious and solemn. February -.2 is a famous natal day. r,. irgi Washington was born on that day . so was 1:111 Klein Two ry three crack football players : cot tribute much toward the sic . ess Of a system. We bavi seen three of the expert rv of '.-, Kast, I'ripps, i iuernsey I 1 Mahan nd this greatest of these .a shiver:, i. of Cornell Raid a veteran umpire yesterday i "J : M draw Is one of the best man- . sgsri It the game In bis attitude toward rea True, I've had him rush up to I me and sa sharp things but in all my ireer I've never heard him use foul or r fans language to an umpire." Kpegktng Of !:. bc: f systems. Ty Cobh is one I Rsrrett, who deserves a place ss g thi gridiron vxcluslvea consisting of thi Tl rpes, Coys and Mahans, will 1 last game for Cornell to-mor- tow. 1 '. Htxte meets Pittsburg to-morrow exp. ted to be the hardest nut of tie lesson for Pitt to crack. '". reason Lafayette I" Joyful Is that 0t" liumbet of points Its eleven made. I" ' N turday in beating la-high was! than Lehigh made altogether In I " traighl taken from the Kas- toni..n. r. of even the sharpest eyed nlwayi to 00 relied on. In a eason perplexed coaches ad r . feree between halves to I their team, when it blocked j kt.-k and fell on the ball. , itb i o the hall. "Because." lined the referee, "thai blocked kick bio ked kick but an Inoom- :" ti i fi rwgrd iiass." w it's the matter here? Somebody 1 'verl king a hot. Nobody has - chin--s yet In accounting for ' rlea tins fall gt golf and tfgp I! ootti g . I-.-;.. is "Motion pictures Harvard-Vale football game Ciirrhreli;.-. Miss, are being Moving the stadium from :i lug lob. hut persistence Mton tld H t sense of geography will WOf llgML , V 'he Tanks will Dig) ar the I 'lu next Season because that - firs I ease on record of each I A' ' itiia elnnlng a Mnnafit Iho ear In the gglM pars liroduoed .1 oomblnetlon of i another pav us a Churoh i in.i the. 1 came Llght-ggll' 1: .' rallies, tiie University of 1 rleven msds the greatest, , . I, eaten, "2 to II, liy the ! "i Washington on, Hsturdey, gpturda) Visited their eon- j r u return pame. The otoond s era b tato only 1 3 to 7. i e imeh i' K t ikes place ggong i i e. ., titanic and gargantuan. I ' lakes h r triumphs relrnly. 'I' l h.eiy gOOl uloiip the even ia way, ami the footbsll stnr 1 in- oniv ordinary mortals si nrdln ry mortals. Which - 1 be. ARMY AND NAVY TEAMS I WORK OUT IN SECRET Spectators Are Warned Away From Practice Sessions Parmenter of Harvard Arrives at Annapolis to Coach Line Men. Wgfl Point, X Y.. Nov. 23 The Army eleven wns drilled Ions ami faith fully this afternoon and thsrs was Plenty of heavy work. The practice wwa held on the north gridiron, where the toOtint was seeure, and lasted two houra. tiuards kept straiiper nt a distance and drill was strictly in secret. The varsity lined up in the signal rehearsal to-day ust us It will go In npamst tho Navy on Saturday, for at the oonctunhjn of to-day s workout the coaches pave out the lineup foT that pant.. It la lied flel.l, left end; Junes, left tackle; Hare, left puard; Mt-Kwan, i-etitre; M. a. lnim. right pwird ; l.'apt. Wcyar.d, rlpht tnckie; Neyl.in.l. right end; iler hardt, nuarteronck ; Kord. left Imlfluick ; Olluhant. rlpht halfback: Coffin, full bark. This Is g Strong combination and one that w-ill he eji, ted to carry the April to the Navy thrnUKttout. The line from tgofcte to lacks! Is a veteran one, all the men hiving been under the Navy fire one or more time', except Jones. He is one of the fastest and most aggi esmive of the forwards and the heaviest man on the team. At end Neyland is another veteran, huvlnp played with Merr.ilat on last ycort Army team. Hedllel.l l aggressive! fast, a splendid defensive md and ahh 'uph he Is playinp the position for tne lirst time this year, is polnp at such a fat ollp now that he outdistanced Tully and Britton, both expcrlcni-ed dankers, In competition for the pUre. ierhardt's work at quarter has been tmppuvlnp with every drill. Coach Paly ia spendlnp considerable time on him. Uerr.ardt la the same lad who led the rollepe iKitannen on the diamond last sprlnp and he Is brltmnlng over with the i li chatter In hi driving of the Army's pridnon w.irrlors. IT seem? to work well too. for the men roopond to his stpnals with plenty of life There muy be a change In this lineup before the Navy pa me. but the coaches were of the opinion that they would stand pat on It. unless injuries to players should no hesitate a revision. The Army will pet it last rouph work to-morrow and thOrasYtsr the team will take It easy until Kr'day mornlnp, when it will I SaVS for New York. AMMAPOLU, Md . Nov. 23. Friends of the NgVgl Academy team axe hopeful of great reeults from the work of I'armeri ter. t'ae lino coach of the Harvard team, who is working ith the Navy forwaid this week. He will continue his work to-morrow afternoon and Thursday morning and will remain with the team until after the Army came on Satur day. 1'ractlce This afternoon was se rret and covered lUmost every phase of football, but the scrimimape was he iter than that of yesterda) . Th, practice will lie egret apaln to-morrow afternoon, but the practice Thurertnt mornlnp. whloh will iKgln st h o'clock will he upen aixl a last cjianre to gee the team In action will be plven the public. TTie start for New York will ha at 1:40, but the iarty will stoi In Philadelphia to see the CorneU-Penn- sylvan la pame It is almost certain that itn.HUiti.ii. Will replace C, M. Jones at centre, but the Other linemen will tie aa anticipated for some time. iJoodst.in welpiis only 172 jiounds. but nib aggressiveness and beadwork ha'e attracted the favorable notice of the coaches. Von Heimberp wili start the frame at left end Instead of BlodgOtt and will punt for the team THE White Town Car introduces in this country the appropriate conveyance for city driving. It has the short turning radius, light weight and smart lines of the European Coupe de Ville. The body is custom designed, with interior appointments as much out of the ordinary as they are ultra refined. There is nothing in New York more beautiful or more fitting for fashionable uses. THE WHITE COMPANY, Broadway at Sixty'second Street !oonteln and Von Helnaberp halting to the fourth, or Itmest class, a do (311 man, right tackle; Hinith. ripbt pua.rd ; WOitPnot, left halflauik. and Martin. fulll -k rnaklnp up the larpeet reip resentatlon for the lowest class that a Navy team evr haa lial. A fsaturs of the prtu-tke this afte--noon was the demonstration made by the roplrmnt of midshipmen. After the prartioe they parnde.1 the proumU and called on different OnVora tor atieixilies. Airopos of the unusual j.r ,l.'... plven the mldshlrsment this year of re malnlnp In New York over the nlpht of the pwme Bupt lerle hna iMUOd a OOmmuntcattOn to them In which he says in part: "Yog will b. the Navy's renresenta- tlM In Ni w TOrM ami all ee will bt I upon you. therefore you should xeal OUSly puard and uphold the honor of the i uniform. Much will be expected of i you, and you owe It to the naval ser ; vice to show pMbllcly thnt you ai" living up to Its heet traditions. May the best team win, and may that team ' be the Navy." TIGER SOCCER TEAM MEETS DEFEAT AGAIN Championship Hopes Fade When Hnverford Eleven Wins by 4 to 1 Score. Pnt.NOTTON. N I.. Nov 23 Prince ton's soccer team, dworpnnlaed by the j loss of nve men through injuries and In ; eligibility, was defeated 4 to 1 by Haver ford thin afternoon on MoMlcra Field I Hnverford presented well balance.! ! I combination, displaying power both on I offence and defence. The Maverford IPassinp was particularly clever and ac curate and wus largely responsible for the aise of the score. The play was almost eruirely within Princetons territory arid only the work of t'alor. Mooie and Jackson on defence prevented larger score, The Haver ford men followed the bill closely and were oul.k to take a -(vantage of oniior- j (unities The Tigers, on the other hand. were nruiiant only at times an. I seldom were able to threaten the H..verfor.l goal. capt Oari or Haverford made thi- first two goals for bis teatn and was fol lowed by H Weller with two moie All the Haverford scoring was .lone In (lie first half In the second period Princeton braced and as the result of a bit of clever PQOalng arid a beautiful boot from midtleld b Miller scored Its only point. The summary i Prtn. Men. Js k.on , ... Cstor Mm.re Tw , ,rr ,rt . Pn.Oli.n- Haverford, ' r..in. Oardlner Mhlplei I4.illtt St i re . H. Buahl Ptok" H. Wttler . . Crooantse Ganr Hlslit ful back t.-rt r . it." k. Right hslfba. k entre ha tt k le-f- hiiUl.ii.k n.it(.(e rlgte . . Insi.o t Ignl s . Wire li-!l . it u mghreyi Fowler . . Sherrer.l Wstler . . . . CSS Ire . . 1 nsl le if Out.lrt.. rtt I H Ml.- Buahb) 1 Koals s. ..rs Ksvsrford Prln-etun Wsllsr, Hi erf'T'l. ;irv I'rlnr. - rin, Miller suustltute. n,.,iiUn.l f.. Twyeffort, Miller -f.'r Rharrsrd Rsferss Wlfllsma Trenton. Time of halve. 4 New York Cown Car y Army Now Favored Over Navy 10 to 8 pnEn S"HUMM, the Brooklyn bettinR commissioner, re ports that Lotting on the Cornell I'eniiRylvnnift football game has begun and a little money has been placed on Cornell to win at odds of 10 to 8. Some Pennsylva nia men ask better odds than 2 to 1. A considerable amount has been placed on the Navy during the Inst few weeks without odds, but this situation has changed to 10 to 8 on the Army to win. There have been several even money bets that the Navy will score the first touchdown. SOCCER STAR TURNS UP. I uriirlioi of I n land Ilepnrt for Practice nt olnmbla. I'd 1'prarian, an llnpllsh soc er star, ' reported for the lllu aad White varsity yesterday t'upt. siumhoit placed the new player at OUtSldl left and he prob ' ably will start In that s.sltlo:i when t'o I lumbta meets t.:nell on Smth Kleld naturday vsith Ewranan ptaytm o- lUmbla'l chances nt defcatltip Cornell. Yale an, HaVSrftird an1 so pettlnp back M a pOSSlbls i hampton appear brighter. Bgrarlan took yernandes'a place. The l.itttnr w vi shifted to otttalde rlpht. Which has been the weak spot in the login all season Noltg was relepated to the scrubs Sophomore Vi .n at 0 0. 31. V. The sophomores defeated the Junior In the ';t Cotlggg Interdaaa mircer j tournament at .Tasi.er Oval yesterday. 1 l to 3. This Is the second pame thai the second year men have won in the aeries FORD HAM WONT FLAT TRINITY Turns llonn otter for tiome la Walrrbur), 4'onn. That Fordhnm backed up the stand taken by New Tork University anu Co- lumbta by turning down a chance t(. play Trinity was learned yoooerdgy from William Lush, the director of athJetlce at Kordham, Mot only did rTordbani refuge to consider game With Trinity but the refusal Involved a considerable financial sacrifice The c ty .,f Wat rlaity. COM.i is to have a celebration knt wji aa i;.a. rnnr'n day on Saturday of this week and the Committee in iharne tried to persuade Pordham to play Trinity as pait of the feetlvitlea. From u nnanelal aspect the ofTer was a most attractive one, but the Fordharn SUthoHtleS lost no time In turning It down, and by so doing In dorsed the stand .uritjnst professional ism taken by New York I'luverslty and I 'olumbta t'olntiilila l-'rcahmen o fnif Reason. The Columbia freshman football team plays its last game ..f the year on stouth Field this afternoon, Hamilton Institute belt g its schedule.! opponent. The year t lings have had a oor season, winning only or e game. Larson l ikely to Win Trophy. II '1 Iirsn. the Columbia freshman, is picked to win tic Van Amrlnge tsoph n tht nnal run of the cross country squad for the pr.e which wiii be held this afternoon over the Rtversede Drive and s .it It Fl.id course. Iirst n and T l-i. m Crucken, s cleotsmatOi are tied for :irt place with lo gointa. t'ajit. Long thorn ind it if. Hunt are tied tor third plice. 1 Coach Wt-fors de idea to start the suuad with email handicaps. Langthorn may be able to -me through :i tpli ner COLUMBIA SCRUBS TRY WESLEY AN FORMA TIONS Varsity Breaks Them Up but Does Not Develop a Case of Overconfldence as a Result of Its Success All Ready for Final Game. It s I good thing for Wesleyan that its football team Is not composed of 'olumbla scrubs. If (t were thero would 'e nodilng to to morrow's game on .iouth Field but Columbia's hupe score. flN lllue and White scrubs plagiarised he name Wesleyan yesterday on South i'b ld ami tried as many of the plays f i he Middleman eleven ae Assistant i'Oach Telfcr could gather together, and used them apainst the varsity, t'oach detuiif s charges diagnosed the plays and broke them up with such regularity hat th,. scrubs move. I backward Instead of forward. The mrlmmgg was light. No hard a. ..liti vv.is allowed, t'oach Metcalf a.i a backfleld of Ainiei. qutgrterbaoa sJlinonds, left halfback : Donoho, right halfbsi ;, and .Mar.shuch, fullback. It probable, though, thai Manebaoh win e shifted to tirhi halfback and that donroc Will start nt fullback. 1., tinner worked foi a few minutes in the siamai trill Hie knee has been placed lu a brae- .-o that it is r-afc for him to play part of to-morrow s Bnnl game. Miller pen: twenty minutes kicking goala from Held He put several over from the 4.'i yard line, gred l'a son. the 1'nlon oach, at t ended praolloe yesterday and said Co lumbia s ohanegs of defeating Wesleyan were fair. He said that Columbia had u far better learn than ono would expect under lh conditions and ought to make . light of It. DeWBOtVl reason for oinlng down from Schenectady was to ry to arrange a game for his charges .ctth the lllue and White eleven for next ear. It was a case of revisiting a ; Indian s. ene, for he played on the . olumbla freshman team In 190J. It wax announced that eight games will be played next year. Several teams have re. pleated games, among them being West Point. It Is believM that he Military Academy eleven will be 'aken on Both the Army and Colum bia graduates favor such a move The ' tg game of the year, however, will be ir em on South Field. Union. Williams. Wesleyan, New York University, Htevens. Amherst end Pordharm are under con- Idei lion. Wesleyan and New York l.'nlteri ty seem sure to be on the ch.-.i tie. Theodore B. Bhttlte, the N Y IT, foot ball mansger, called up Graduate Man- i per Fisher yesterday ic deny a story AMI strMKNTS. Mlt.Tlk m w, .oc e II m. Matttsss ThanksgUins Day To-morrow AATH CT Thestre R of II w F.rs S 20. epalin USE, Ti norrow ft Sat. 2tao lltr Mi ll's TH 4NKSC.1VIN4; DAT) I . MMM.I - . - . 1 nt fc.1 bKINAL IVIAULIALCJNt, WHh Jt'l artuvk. Ktnir if n B. M 4 ' 1 1 . I hntikvgtU - lu A T'..te Mat Btfotf Scm I .' In VlfniMW ifrpttrv tt It. !op Mirfrh K ftin LYRIC rheain llltK T IS u oi D'wsy E s 20 ry Thsnkfi'g ft ' i 20 A t-imtlnu.ittott f thr iry of poTiMi iNt) rKRi.Mt Trr.R flflTsI 4 th W ..I II a k s 1-1 'iank- t ft tt. vvm m. To-d'y. TTu i ' THE TWO VIRTUES Ml - h.TTi B I H(I tit Mlllt Alt! Sm W MAXINE ELLIOTT'S S'3l?..?jo. Mai m.s-- To-laj. Thankng'R ft Sst 2 2" LAST SEVEN TIMES I tie SlMecK .I t ..mr.li 111 I own. rvr. 11.00, EXOKLLKNT sKATS .vr. 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Prices 25c and 50c GF.O.n n U II Al 'O THEATRE FOUR PERFORMANCES DAILY m. uunnn 0 n4";:v;,; at uo 3 7:3ot9P.M TIIE GREATEST WAR FILM EVER PRESENTED IGHTING OR Specially Taken for the Official Files of French War Dep't. ORCHESTRA & BALCONY 50c I ia symphony i 2nd BALC. 25c. BOX SEATS $1. I 4U ORCHESTRA OF 40 SPECIAL THANKSGIVING DAT, CONTINUOUS 1 TO 11 P. M. said to have come from a Violet sourn iiuestlnntnp ths legality of Miller's 17 yard drop kirk that decided tin pame In favor of Columbia It wa said that Heferee Schwarx of llrow. admitted after the pame that when Mil ler made his next to the last attempt to kick a goal from Held oi. the fourth ! down It wan blocked by one of his leain ' mates and thnt Capt Hlmonds had no rlpht to recover the hall, rihulle salil the whole story had no ground w hut ever I Candidates for next year's ceptalney ' were discussed yesterday. Among then I were Miller, l.lttauer. Healv uid W:l her. Healy was defeateil by two votes when Capt. Slmonds was elected sl: weeks apo. Instead of the usual scrlmmapo work. Coach Ilollly of the New York I'nlver lty f lotball team continued to allow ills cl:..r :es to rest by itlvirtg 'hem onl' a light' practice yesterday aft.-riioon on Ohio Field. The workout was devoted principally to tho development of a strong offence and defence to lie use I upait.it liulpers to-morrow tecs use of the f:t,ct that th" coo.hes gollOVe (hat field goals will i s the source of scoring to. morrow, catin practised h.ith d'.i. klcklnp and jiuntlnp for a long time. Hamilton, one of the recent addition i to the suuad also had a trial and showed : pood form, especially in drop klcklnp. A long signal drill followed In which , only a few of the regulars took part I Hammerschlap and Olswang took turn- at calling the signals, as Mauley w. ! not on the field. Iternsteln and Catin were the only varsity barks In the lineup. 11. Draper tilling In nt rlghi halfback. A scrub team lined up, but no actual scrimmage took place, th first eleven merely walking through the plays. The coach paid special atten tion to the Interference, which has prove. i Ineffective In the last few games. Manager Joseph A. iJodtn made goo. his plan to keep practice se. re at Ford ham held jesterday and the atu.lent were kept behind the Quarter mile trai l encircling tho Held. Freshman patrol, proved elM. lent. Coach Vaughn held n long drill using open formations almost entirely, and the scrimmage was the iirst of the wool and also the lust of the s.-.i in, according to Capt. Dunn. The team Is In fine physical condition, excepting Yule Qotden fumbled only ot.ee during th" afternoon. AMt SKMKNTS. llrik OT Theatre las) Wm ..f n'war. eetn li Mir T4-n4T fOM0W Kvs ts i I, m at ska rs si. no. mm 4 juliet PLAYHOUSE itMS'ToSS i !S: To-4ty NH'tnf- rm. m m vork iiika. l o-nl.ht iti.il iSftUn-t or w " k SP4 1.41. MATIKF.r. TI-M4RHW. The, nsir H'wsv Rva s 1.'. Mats TO-dsJ . Thnk A "at S4 4IS H Hlf kS IN 4II4 4M K. COMEDY list kl.t of H'WIIV fcg-- s (.1. Mat,. Thanks'.. Mai, ft Tues liood Seals ..Or. 7AC, II MINT 4 OMRIIT !' T44V4 N. Kvs World Ijincsahlre folksl A play for you ! Ttlt: BI4i 4QMFI4T HIT of the TOWN. Sll IgJA l ft .neh gj Rvga s I ' Mmh To-dai Thahksp'4 ft n-it HllliaJUIHMJ CECIL LHH eint mw rsvl hlrtv iimii' nn Hmvlway Supper ct Tm 4 tn t. Wi.l ii Silt, rifjnrtnc World Chftinploi. l Akatrri Adnr frw in tMo d'hnttt 1lniiT tl nml a l i t a-' - i 1 kttiiiic if I )inri4T. suiiin'i M .''J.i.Mlryant BRINPCCft bun . Kast nf Broad war r ninvacjcj lonMaunu. noon to 1 1 i m I.4HT 44I.I.K. GERALDINE FARRAR m thsphoAo. rADUrni iric (ilayof Vsrllwl btvl -j:, i ,-,oc. A. I 4 I I ' 4 V I , I through li. ALEXAN DE R 3o-MPnWELL. its War tVWtilV Correspciiklcnt. RANCE PENN HAS ITS FINAL DRILL BEFORE GAME Rehenrnei Every Play n lis List Compll Fines Smiie nt Atlnntie Citv. Ql'AKER LINKUP IX DOUBT I Pit ti.APRt.rtf ia. Nov 2S The IVnnsyl- vsnltt varsity had Its final practice of; the season this Hftetnoon nt the WhltO mnrsii Country t'luh Tin- practice on itgttd mainly of n slpnnl dull, In which all the new plays that the Quakers hope o '.prlnp on Cornell on Thanksgiving Oav were tJOne over for the last time. Th leant ran them oft so smoothly that Dr. Williams declared himsvir troll -atis. lied with the flnal showing In every way. To-morrow only a blackboard talk will be given the men. The mo doubtful position on the team was practically sett'ed when the team lined up aitii Williams at fullback. However. Ir William" stattd that ho Is still undoolded whether Williams or Hobs will start In that position. It ir probable that he will alternate them the earrsj as h" Intends to do with ; Hell and lenucks at Qtiarterback. ATI ANTIC Pitt. N J . Nov. 2S The Cornell football eleven went through a two hour drill to-day, and Its appear ance forecast nn abundance of trouble 'for Pennsylvania In the annual Thanks- ' I giving Pay pame on Frankllr. Field. The big lthacans uncover- .1 for the first time tn the open the new plays learned In the baseball cape nt home and also Inter- ' , mingled their old teaching! for a variety of attack from every conceivable forma tion. Cornell will start the same team ngalnst Pennsylvania on Thursday that (opposed Washlnpton and Lee last week. Lehigh Tease Still Ifnpefal. HoTTir rtPTOi riir.i IVi 'nv 54 . ' Itefore l.vlug with his Ihlph te.im for Wsslilnpton, Pa , to-nlgnt Cogoh Keody i xjiressed his complete confidence In his team and its ability to come bin k against Washington and Jefferson on Thursday Itefore leaving tO-ntgtll I'oncii Keady announced several shifts in the hook Hel 1 and two ehniipos on ti.e line. HsllOWefl is slated to be nu-irter-la.-k and Hilly CahaJI will pla) rlghi halfback Inster-.d of I ft. which poeltlon M.iguintiess will till, Haletod going to fullbetctt, n the line lligelow will play left end instead of Qreen and Pons Will 1 ro.'iace ilruntback. AMI'SF.MKTS. MjPJit J bar lea i ..in yi,8SfR8.i''S!'ATg'T -m IW AT TIIK LOWggf PRICKS Mat. To-da A Kvery liy Itv Asst Mel IMO.7A.I.O0 i W NIP NIP nooiay 0O UP A Sensational I ni Nov. A HAND Ice llsllet ' ,.i, Sitaaeil liv it II li.,re,l,l. r oSctALICE NIELSEN SOUSA gSffi METROPOLITAN nriii 4 HIM 41. I o-nlglit ft . Ham).. 1 1 li.iMI Mn't'intiit r ' ftPM". Mniltr, lt'ithi4-r. i ii.liH'inr r.'luiv i Thur. Tkn(r. Mm. nt I larilfal. Knr' l -..,,)! Hrniin, fil. riiz i '..ml llUnk. : lhur. nt - Barber of WfttlP. Hnprt: l Uuc (dfltrnt), Din'to itlrhut'. Dldllf i l.ilaft'i .ilt-btit . CODdj Haxit(till i Krl .ti ft, I iitif nurlii. Zarsku dbut), Mm- rnautT l'rlu. Iir.tun WHl C?oM . IliMlniiky ; Sat Mat llunr of Oimtui-: Tor. RdvltM iilrtmt i ,('imi Mfnttl l-i.tibnnlt "tm-l I'oUf.- , Mun. $t Koit?nkNtnltrr. Ober lltm 11. M.tsrin t..srit. WhI, KiisH AltNOUMV ' Mill HntleUIZkV I Vf1 a'T 4.'. Trltan H Ivnlrl. Kurt, Hftit 1 i nn icr Triii well. Brtun Cood llodti&ui IIAKDMAN PloiNO t SKI PHILHARMONIC PQCIKTV iF NEW A i K , JOggP HrR4NNkT. 4 l lit I I OR. Nnt 1'rtUay Aft. ..i 2.1(0. Cfgnegle Kill PERCY GRAINGER ichttBMUin it. strmiK.-. Dellus, Psrguralasltl I THisis nt hot ofti.-i pells r. Lmfsla Msnssei 4r.ir.in li ill. Trl.. Nov, St :i P, M. SPALDING Oil 4 l.illll lie, lla I I. k.'l i, .SI, . lu aooUstp .iii. Th( MtertneoN, el m Ml irerneim. SI J COPELAND 01 AN'" UK. ITAl, lu UEOROE Mgt Loudon Charlton Mseon A llsmhn Plim com W 4sih si I'll. mi. t, v li I Mats, T.Klai . I ti. THE PRINCESS PAT , It ; . .11 11 1 I, lit- l:-r BIUUK8T HIT nti KLKANOH ' 4IN I I 11 1 cviucTnu i t a 1,. v . EiH ".e to St LLRI.IU I V II Mat Tbiirh M A .... MgiMJII"rlth Klehti """ Kennel' STANDARD 11 -'i..iiV, Mai Thiirs . '."- K SOP. " I III: HI HVLB" THEATRE FRANCAIS .JtS? IHipttv rM'. i Bryan 1 Ev, h 30 Mtl tl.4,.. l-.....,.rr-,,- .a U LILLIAN 6REUZE 'V V&Ti ' K fOM TcviBOkT 1 Thankkujri. in i,t 1 ;i Wt AWAMI fpvv Mat fat II A M. LAST 2 WEEKS THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE QAROWTJIiin'r VA" I MM VM I I. Hi ll III H In 44lll:S Mil I III SI , IIM HI.IIOMg." Repulsr IMijss, riioi. tsi . . , In I'rep 'THRWEAVHKS Coin i,, u ARMY & NAVY ffi1 CHOICE t N iJti 1 "1: 4 1 in i.i K 1 1 IfllWIUE IIIIK4II4. th 44. 'Id b SEATS I ' "4 m i".t 11, v.-,,,, "o1 I" A WAltKIRI.n rVon U.K. KKITIIs Mine. IMM II VR PA I if F ' I'""- M' '"'' .... n L, i t- I'aion M) of Wtuh. 1(14.44 47 ST, itlptun Hq. Ilearri. e II. i tally Ml Stuifl. for.j. Krneel KvsiisA t o COLONIAL lWm$lZl M.tis Iail 'J.'.f .Us II 'ar-uii .-v 1 1 ,tut rsj IMFH Ststi fur 'rui in "Hhih un ' IK KK VH hikI nil ODerM .(anh Tht'Alrii rilONIE flrkiM (.Ac rVftpniBliUlu IfulH llSH I t ' 1 1 I Hi Ltd -! v .'till I (S ll Ht. AKM1 A NAM rOlMIUII Ml K1IS UOl UMT, SOLI) M hC Wt.KD EDEN World In Wax lairopnan 44' sr H STOe. Mra AttraetliiK. MUSEE OPklN slVBItY DAY FIIOM 0 lull I, Columbia i'-y-Vh iarM w HOb M.lMTIIlStr.ll'H Mill l.(( IIITtl.l.HUl IIIN Kllll 44 (I.I I A 41. BMiidli.iv V I I'Ihm-IJ Kv 4 l i.Mli.lli i WASHINGTON SQ. PI AYERS i, .;, .41.1. 4 11.411. 114 till. I I 41 lit Vll lll IRVING PL THEATRE KM?" TbaiUugl s Mai. HU j. "iluucu Taiut 44 uUw. V C0LUMHIA TRIES RIVAL POOL. Nine nml White Hnlmmers Visit I . . . to Practise. Columbia's sadmrnlng ami water polo terns practised for an hour In th C C. Ni v tank last night. Coach Kennedy had in i t ot his candidates competing ignlnsl on. snothei to (est their real Itrength Ittd ipeed Hal Vollmer, the iMercolli . rhitnploti, and Charles a., i iptaln Of ths lllue and White team, rscsd nscll and nek for inn yards in. I both covered the distance under It eends Vollmer led Leo by inches. Phil Herts t was a .lose third Herbert hurl Ins ankle while on the freshman football squad ind .in In the best Of ihane yet, lSV, li-t vo.c' tied, plunged over sixty feet, an. I Murdhard dove better insn er bef ire The leant looks to be in tire best of shape, and Kennedy ex- POcts little Oppo itiori from C. C. N. T. in the Ural meetii j in l he Intercolleglgto twimnilnR i tn.- or Pecember 9. AMI PK HUNTS, V. i lOtttCg LKAIHNU rHKA KIM. EMPIRE ll Ms. 10 si Rrea a -so. Mats. I . i i 'tt V . 11 "I SB 'V. I hi- Werk, 1 n ihil . liim's.Slt. JOHN DREW -'THE CNIEP' irctuM Bvs t s 20. row A Sat. 2 JO. rTHFI RARR YlfflRC ' New aeewass ess 11 1 1 1 I myuh 'nmwly 1 l It MHM li 1 ill JlMKY." NEW AMSTERDAM list tjd St. 1 1 festive ! IViatiners VJ I his Week To-day 2:15 To-morrow ft SATI'KDAY The f piri I of Thanksgiving inspires I, ;ht hearts; light hearts bring good appe tites; and good appetites walk arm-in-arm with good digestion. MAKE LIFE'S BAN- IQUET A COMPLETE IHOL I DAY THIS WEEK! 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