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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1916.
Stranger Things May Happen This Winter Than the Transfer of the Washington A. L. Franchise to Brooklyn 12 HARVARD FOOTBALL SITUATION NOT AS BLACK AS PAINTED Washington Park May Be New Home of Senators HARVARD VARSITY HAS AN EASY TIME Percy Hanghton lfns a Host of High Clnss Players at His Call. Eastern Baseball Men Urge Ban Johnson to Transfer First String Men Score Five Franchise to Brooklyn Ebbets Likely to Object to American League Invasion. Hi- ritiuiniucK (i Batteries for Urooklyn, "Johnson and Alnmlth," Now we do nut mean, dear reader. Touchdowns Mlnot Does Fine Work. CASEY, A "SniSTITI'TE," IM.ft.MISKS fiNKAT THIXflS what '1,l ""- t l I'lfililv imptoba. i ble that Walter Johnson will ever pitch ' tor the Urooklyn Dodgers, though In ny nwini.. 11911 no one ever thought Jack Coombs lnotne mi. r-ersMirv nre ntreidv hold. OU,d ,,lteh w"rW' !c ball In tho Inir the wike over lt.irvnrd football llVol- f siulrc Kbbet-. hope for 1911. To m the lenft. It Is Nevertheless there Is quite a prob.i- premature. It Is pretty encrally con ceded tha l'er-y Ilaushton and his coachlnit staff :n ccnfron'cd with i tre mendous task but until Harvard actual ly Roes down In Its bin Ramos the wake i.ir.n. helped WccKhniati and Hall to buy tho ( t uiis nnn nrowns re.speemeiy. nru pay Iiik Sinclair 110,000 n year rental on tho CHIPPLKS WATCH PLAY fAMnmrxn:. Mass.. Oct. IT. Harvard's Ihrrlm,,, tii.M rnrinerlv used bv the New- football sciuad put In tin hour of solid ark Feds anil are to pay (Ivvluner of football this nftrrnoon. Percy HaURh- I'lltxburic KiO.ooo, In yearly payinents, ton started with the best team, and then to be relieved of tho Urooklyn but den "'I nil 'be subs against the scrubs. The would be no small matter. varsity bad things Its own way. and Should the American Leacue co Into K'orcd five times. The victors started llrooklvn a ready tenant would be found for Washington l'arli. which could lease the plant from O. 1!. and help pay the war Indemnities which the Keil pin moters exacted from U. II. before aglee Ing to lay down their arms. Washing ton. Park Is Ideally loc.iteil, and has a fine', tip to date structure. Whether the National League would object to the American League entering Urooklyn lemalns to be seen. Under the peace terms which settled the litif Na- blllty that Urlllltlrs galling gun w.l do Its tiring In tho llorough of Urooklyn t.ext season. It Is no secict lh.tr the Washington club of thu American league has been no howling uecs Uutlng the past two ears, and It Is more than a rumor th.n linn li.h. ....., i. must be delayed. There may be no c-j keeping his eies mien fur a new ...iv h. caslon for holding It. vhlca to locale the District of Colum- ' tloual-Amerlcan League war In 1103 the Itather unproml'lns ro"dltlons ob-1 u" irancli se. National League agreed to the American tnlnr.1 nt ltirv-int hefnre th eason wis' . ,,ofore t"lllltli started the big Wash- league pliu-lng a club on Manhattan talned at Harvard before th s-ason was . ngton uplift In 1912 Washington had ! Island provided tne Americans pledged opened and the defeat by Tufts njrvsil f been a fair tiller In In the Hast. During I themselves to stay out of I'lttsburg. make the outlook all the darker. Ye: the entire history of major league base-I since then Hartley Dreyfuss has said he Mil in vvamiinKltn both National would not oppose nn American League League and American League the Sen. I club entering I'lttsburg. It has been atois had never been In the first division proved In all cities having two teams until Ciltnth pulled them up to second . that continuous baseball has been a place in 1DII. With u pitching staff success. It momoles u healthful stimu lus to both clubs. Khlirta .Mlltht Oppose Move. Under present conditions In Urooklyn. the National League olllcers, especially BROWN HAS HOPES FOR GREAT ELEVEN Splendid Showing of Football Men Thus Far Inspires Feeling of Security. MANY GOOD SUBSTITFTES Meredith Again Defeated; Loomis and Simpson Win A. Bolin Repeats in Stockholm Meet, Leading Ted to Tape in 800 Meter Race Americans Show Superiority in All Other Events. Stockholm, via London. Oct. 17. Though Uncle Bam was victorious In three of the four events In the third day's programme of the International tract and field tournament here In the Stadium PnovtnE.vcE. n. t.. Oct. 17. The over whelming defeat of Amherst last Satur day and the general tone and makeup of to-day, Ted Meredith, the Olympic cham the squad have Inspired great rootDaii p0n, once again tasted defeat, hopes at Ilrown. The flying son of Pennsylvania was There Is a sense of security at Urown shown the way to the tape by A. Hollo, which It has seldom been able to feel In 1 the crack middle dlstancer of tho 1. I'. ... .... ...u.i.i i the K. of Stockholm. In the 800 meter event. tne weaim oi nuiimumc ... - . , . . .. y.,i, i with the ball nt mldlle'd and moved straight to the scrubs' goal without much Interruption. The second team bad several chnnces to rush, but mule few gains, and did not get one first down. Practically all the cripples followed the play, but there seems small rhnnce that the team will have Its regular line up again before the middle of next week for the final preparations for Cornell. Miiiot did some very tine work In the backtli'ld to-day both In line plunging Mtlil ormioil f)i ilw1n Ills klnljltilr 1!IM been Ills greatest asset, and to have lilm all In good shape to handle th '""'".Ing In his best condition. Meredith In !?' ,'2"mli"'J all helv- shown In Saturdays contest. . condition could run S00 meters In 1 :5S , fnlverslty of Ml hurdler, was right on nnstnd's shoulder and bent the other Swedish sprinters for third place. .Simpson won the 220 meter hurdle race In 2.1 4-10 seconds, with Murray, the California collegian, second. Undo Sammy's flying four, Fred Murray, Andy Ward, Joe Loomis and Hob Simpson, easily beat the Scandinavian team, Luther, llolmstrom, Ottender nnd Hits tad, in tho tOO meter relay race. In the four events to-day America took threo llrsts and two seconds, while Sweden won one llrst nnd two seconds. Hnrvnrd has the material and now thit Itaughton his taken active chars ! of the sound we may look for Im r.e.llr.t.i nnd ntiprecliblc Improvcmen come along for rnrrvlng the ball the backlleld situation considerably. He scored two touchdowns to-day, Casey and Tromeen got others. Oaston crossed Vic line after taking a forward pass. , iiv mm i.uiiii mill .uniit-i ill 11 ...... ...... ... . disposal of the coaches. For cver posi- , ,i000 yar(1 pvcnt yesterday. When In the tournament the little band of tion tnere are iwo or mum - iiolfri led Meredith home In the S00 are well nble to give n good account or n)cter cvcnt t0.(iay ,ne Swedish cham- themselves when called upon. non wn oiocjj n j :5s 1-10. DeVltalls and Hlllhouse are Jwn rull- Meredith was defeated In six nnd ine- hicks who gain consistently: both arc nfth hQQontU 0wcr t,ne to.,iay than hj good, there being little difference In tneir MmrM ,UnK up ,vhen ,e won the ,,vm. playing ability. Purdy Is one of the bt ))lc k00 mpter cnnnir,onsnp ln t :5l 3.lrt plunalng quarters Ilrown has hail, nnn ,1(,rn n 1!12- lt ls aP,ari.nt that the Jlmmle Murphy. Hucglns and Shea are grfa, Amorcan runner l!( fnr frm i,,,. W pect tnat ine trimson ni ot oc tm M, around Johnson, an Infield con. when It meets urnra on me :m, mil structed around McllrlJo and an out ln spite of all that Harvard may come nHa with Zeb Milan for the pivot. Wash throuuh wl'h flying colors In the greate- . t1gt0n had some pretty good baseball tests with Prln.eton and ale. for several years, lt as Orlfllth's boast Now that Harvard has some'hlni ih,.i i, i, .,, ,i, ......i.i.. pon which to found them, we may look 0ul, , bM ,,j i91j t h "ners of the Urooklyn .Nation.. for a series of calamity tales from Cam- , i s "natori slant" to drop back nd ' ''" lK,Ue clul'' "' Kht , TT." An,rrl . .,....' 11 ei.ii.m uj orup naiK aim , P Lcmue com litis Into llrooklvn more GARGAN IS WORRIED Pll v II III muni"",- - - i VVIIUIIK'II I Ulilll TUN OVU HIV 1 1' I r III I )U1 back there arc nve or six 'y"1 without extending himself, yet llodn had whom has m own parucui.ir little difficulty In beating him In slightly lion: Pollard. Jemall, "nrnfy- slower time to-day. Tlrooks, Armstrong and L. M. Murpn form a remarkable aggregation. imi 1'nclr Snmmr rirnnii Vi. For ends there are nw. .. .r...... and Ormsby, together with ltoneus-n. The other Yankee performers more ami 'rms". """' nnm.n. than made up for Meredith's defeat In Cirler. -MChweene, iirr ...... ,h g00 , , , ,-..,. .i,e m w MH m a mm mm wm mm i cfim. ABUUI tUKUHAm itAM:y.'olVr'?Cl'''.lnliy Chicago A. A. athlete, captured Tackles are tanen car . ..j - .. . . . iinst.ul. the ''"."." "S. 1 1 h on" " -nd S-edlsl, speed marvel. In fi 9-10 second hrldce. A strict censorship tips neen established and only certain approved re ports are permitted to emanate from th Stadium. No censor on a war fruit exercises a stricter supervision over news than the powers that be at Cam bridge. Certain phrases and names nro deleted and the real condition of In jured men Is very difficult to learn. ThU Is all by way of being amateur and In tercollegiate i-port. We sometimes wen der whether the game Is worth tho candle. Who Are the lrnalnrf A Breat .teat nas neen mane '''" since the outbreak of the Kuropeau war fact 'hat eel tain players wno are icrmeu Van ntt n.ln nt (V... In.illnv (Anartn were a poor fourth. This year, after a good start, they slipped fast nnd lln-If-hed sixth Washington's tlrst i-econd division club In a space of five years. Scant Support ThU Year. In 1912, 1313 and 1914 Washington was one of the best breadwinners In baseball, but much of the club's profits were due to Its fine drnwlug powers on the road. With their taste educated to first division ball. Washington gave Its club scant support during the last two sensons. The many dlplomillc tangles winch have face the administration the owners of the Urooklyn National , TlllVC IMaj erS, 31 ny, Keiltll'iek ami ('iilltin. Suffering From can League coming Into Urooklyn more 1 than they would have a year ago. I The high prices charged at the recent , world's series games In Urooklyn have I soured a good many Hrookl.n fans against the Dodgers, and the fans might j use a HrooKiyn American League ciun regulars are out with Injuries. As far . f()r th(J lack of lm(ro,t ,n ie senators, s we can see some of the subst u.cs, There ,)a, ,Jfcn ,alk unJ fr cspe Inlly In the backtlcld. are superior 50mc Ump liU ,hl vnshRton ,.,, to the alleged regulars. Lat Saturaav. KmM be moVPj tt, Toronto, but that galnt North Carolina. Mower was out I Just I)QW , nol ft ,M,.,,,ty ytfr. with "Injuries" and Casey took his p iic-., day vtfral K..stern baseball men In If Flower Is any better than Lase.y tnei. formeJ , wrI((,r ,nat ,n ,mve 8UK. he Is another Mahan. If the H'rvarn grltrA , Johnson that be move his coaches can afford to call a player o. tne . Washington franchise to Urooklyn and casey type a sunstumr, ........... ...... tnilt ne u RVng the matter consldera- num. Chimberlnln showed themselves well ea rn We of filling In Inst Saturday. There nre any number of good PJ' Spagna, Wade, regulars, and Teety. i Nichols and Hitting, suo-. r... there are Sprngue and Ilerrlman. I To-day a light practice was h-.d, weaK points ueveiopeu m ra.u. i Fordhnm's outdoor practice yesterday i Ing pointed out nnlco5.r''fl,:..?n? . " .... . I .. t.-.iini .1 nttonllnn was uirei'ir.i i. to reg ster the r nrotest aga list Kliliets. rm i" .. - " ....... ,vm IMooil Polsonlnr. Hob Simpson, the University of Missouri American athletes havo captu-e.1 line firsts and seven seconds to Sweden's four llrsts and six seconds. The trophies were distributed by Ira Nelson Morris, United Stntes Minister to Sweden, who donated ono of Hid prizes. Thr Summaries. 0 Metr S nrd 10 Inches) l)h Won joe iiiuni. cniiiign A. ... i . r. a. periilnl. Hub Mmpsnn. nlversltv of Mlxourl. If. !. A., third. Time. H s-10 srenirls. .MMer (2li .ir.ls :l.1 Inehes) Iturille It.ire Wun bv Hub .lmimn. University of Ml. mirl, I' S. A i Krert Murray, Inland Stanford t'nlvrltv. L' H. A., second. J'lm.', 3', 4-lo s.Ton.in. 4(iij Mtrr 1437 yanls 1 Inches) UUy Itni-e Won by Amrlrnn te.im (Murrav, Ward, lminls niul Simpson I ; Snedlnh lam (Luther. llnlmtroin, Oitunder and ItliKtlKll eert.nd. Time. 43 f-10 seconds. S00 Meter ("4 turds 3! Inches) Itun Won by A Holln. Idrntls K. K , Stockholm. Sweden, Ted Meredith, Meadow llronk F. C. Phlbidelphla, U. S. A., aeconil. Time, HIS t-10. ARMY DRILLS INDOORS; 'GHOST BALL IS USED .'. . . ' 1 .. . . ... .!.., .1,.. ,..,l, f I...II. national League. a mere i no proo- - rnnt. Farnui ability of the American League putting 1. (larg.m Is anxious about Satur-, swamped. " m o. i-ap. a club Hi Toronto In the near future. '" came. eleven l nl,,,;u!infor a rcp"'" Next to New York Toronto Is Harrow s An hour's LlncKboard talk followed the victory this season. Williams at Wl.l " ,tM1lnn. wns Kit Harrow, president of the inter- '"" "k " Williams ..lit. ir.,M ..uin." " ... t.-rt.,.mS the home, nnd ho Is thoroughly acquainted Jrlllst Th's lecture outlined the plays with baseball conditions In the metrop- ' h Pennsylvania collegians and oils of the Dominion. , "' defences A new ri oi passes 10 be used fiom shift formations were given the Fordh.im squad. one of the greatest nacanema m n . ,on Une of ,hese ,,, ,v,,n !k vrr). history. . 'close to Johnson, said: "If Washington We saw casey in acuon on n.,iuiu,f . ( (o bc nlovcdi thore j, onlv ollc 0Kcai For cleverness In reversing a item, in rinco to movp tll( pjuh nnil that l8 running through a broken or an open Itrookiyn, with Its tremendous Increase field. In football Instinct. Casey runs a (n population llrooklvn should be one of close hecond to his more famous towns- ,n bc(lt 1m,oJm1 clt(. ,e K:ltt man from N.itick. IMd'.e Mahan. An- Tn fact t(.t Washington Park, the other so-called substitute back who did f(.rn,er homn nf tllP Hiooklyn Federals, remarkanle work was Hitchcock. lie ,, 10 am1 ..MtK p" KOli organized . i ..u.. Avunrltin lii it hn n rn vpi! . ... .a .... .. ... ... .. . nut) if ih wi " I : ' ; iJ.nennu money woum nv anmupr Mcinr h.ivt' wnoonoil It tin fnr i hli? I.'iiriin himself one of the gr ttlcst fighter, and nl h , ndu nll club , , J uX ,lftcrent com. , Sons " S fastest men on the field. both leagues to favor an American ..jui)t ,.. th i, .....klnir mo-e Hurnh.im also played a good game In ri., , nriklvii. Under the "V.M?3 'm?'c the backfleld but we were a bit dls.ip- pm nKrPonl,nt hotnVen Organized . fore Only the other day I re"! of 'i ' pointed In the work of llorween and Haseball and the Federal league O. I!. ". 00 " ",, . J,,r a ., .,..0 . f I VL trX 0 f----. M .,VLJ''L ...1''" ' Toronlo"s best a-ler'ohein "1":. "... , I . V:..,w.l ,V fnnr.l, "v ' ' 7 ' ' t". l """ n'v el.llstlllB. The City s u'lin .-i." . jenrs as rental ou .immiiviijii i hih. period. He Invariably made ground, but Miirrn hum. Minrr i-n mrni. llnrrntT'i, Vlriv on Tnrdiifn. "Hut for the war Toronto would now be ripe for major league baseball," said Harrow, "but Just now It Is out of the question. Toronto Is one of the best baseball cities on the continent, and It was growing amazingly Just before the start of hostilities. "However, at present Toronto has not the baseball population to support u 1 major league franchise, and the city Dempsey's exhibition at passing yes- terdiy was excellent. The new defence for diagonal passes was worked with out u sl'pup. i..'i. . "!ir,in i- i . .... iii-,i.t-. ..-. inc ill." uiirr .,... - ---- - ... .lie Plan of numbering the plaers. He sent' Peveraux, the 2 ill trot, wnicn AZ0RA AXWORTHY TROTS BEST. Winn Two Oat of Thrr llrntd In the neteritai: nt Attnnt. Atlanta. Cl. Oct. 17 Azora Ax worthy. Piloted by Murphy, took two of .... .h... hn and tlrst money In the Military Drill Prevents Cadets From Practising in Afternoon. TIGERS PUT THROUGH STIFF DRILL BY RUSH Princeton Coach Works Foot liall Squad at Top Speed. Pr.INCTTOV, N. J., nuh bail no mercy Oct. 17. Coach on his Princeton a litter to Susquehanna asking that that team alo wear numerat. t'o.ic'j Carcan Is eatlsfled with the rush lire of the Maroon squad and will confine sciinim.iEes to biweekly battlts could not go Into the thing with the i i,ummy M.rnimases will bc substituted proper enthusiasm. Fifty thousand of until further notice. loronios young men aire.ioy are Killed or wounded In battle, on the front or on their way there. Those fifty thousand consisted of the young blond the kind that patronized baseball. Take f.fi.iiim of the young men out of any half million city and It makes a big hole In Its sport loving population. Those boys would DUHAMEL MAY BE OUT OF GEORGETOWN GAME Dnrtnioiitirs Fullback, In jured. Likely to He Out of Lineup Saturday. I dts very should have done better lie seemed to be a plunger of the old type a little slow and a plugger who at limes was In clined to p unge blindly. If Horwoen can be speeded up nnd taught to pick his openings better he may bo a near Wen dell, lie possesses: additional value In his abll ty to punt and kick goals from touchdowns. ' Wilcox Is Too Knsl. Wilcox, the fastest man on the sqwsd. was too fast That founds like a bald contradict. on, but nevertheless It s f.i-t. Wilcox gets going as If he wei stait'ng on a quarter mile run on the track, lln takes too long strides, ni'l as a result 1 tun easily upset, Inability to kci p bis feet s one of his shortcom ings. He Is hold ng on to the ball much better than last season, but still can Stand a ,ot of Impiovement In that de part mem. Hvnovfii. N. II. Oct, 17. Dart mouth's p-ospects of making a good patriotic, and now there Is talk of com pulsory military service. I think I can tell you nrettv straight that there Is nn This amount Is split among the six. chance of Washington helne moved lo showing ae,nt (Jenrgetown on Satur- teen big league teams anil means tnat Toronto. Han Johnson l as familiar during the next twenty vears each with Toronto baseball conditions -is I iralor leasii" club must hand up $25,000 am. and he Is not llkelv to move n fnm. 1 back, would nrobably be unable to play to the Ward li'lrs. ch'se to a city where war Is the solo "" account nf Injutles received last As the O II, rlub owners already havo topic." Saturday Pick llolbroOK was tried out ,n, .ch.iiidW) In the vacancy, and aunougn very iigui. iiniiermau'r. n n. ' . . .. . . . ... ... .... . tr,,.n.. itei.. feature of to-day's Grand Circuit pro- gramme here. The outcome was a surprise, as Azora Axworthv ended the tlrst heat In third place, with Ly Princeton more than a length ahead. The summaries: CLASS. VAUggs THIIKB IS FIVBs Utile Frank II. b. c. br Little Krank iVa!fnMni . . . ; J i Hd S tw . t.v Ked Tell iCroekftt) " i ller'I iCIInrkln . 3 Mi.. n.ite Patihen, by Miin 1VU (Walker) 5 Spnnc Malt, eh m.. by The Abt- Mlss Ilurlar iwnitu ..... .... . Time ::ust. gu ilts Cf.A1 TROTTING: TltH DF.VER AL'X; THREK HEATS: TUHSE. I.tinra Axworthy h m . by Hale Ax I nnhv-Xora Hells (Murnhrl . .3 11 i I.v ltneeion. b. h . bv San Frncl,co I l.urlndi ITtncMon (Cni) . . . 1 . , Dit.y Tivld, b m . by Oenrze Todd Mi.. Iinii.-ln. iCIianlUrl ., : 4 I Urine hlk h . by Ilinura-Kavatn I Kieeri) 4 1 , Time-::CJ. :14H. 2 M i M CLASS, TROTTISO; THREE IN FIVE PCKSE. ILO). lav r Iveil :i decided setback to-day ' ,,,,. !.,,, ,, , i, Cnn.i.n.rw- wheii It was learned that Duhamel. full- i - fiillmi: i(irefn) 1 1 , i '-mine Latter nr m . ny I.oru lion. ert Ann i Carter (Mouti . ... ! 4 Cnnman. n h , by Martini At- West Toint. N. V. Oct. 17 Army's eleven took Its drill Indoors to-day be- ,. ..... .... .. ...in. ,. .... cause It was M. taie .iiier .1 nniii..i i . formation that the men were unable to . " s.ni.in mis anero.-.m. i,., mnmu get any outdoor work In d iyllght. The , of resting them up from the hard work practice was held In the riding hall tin- I out of Monday he gave them fifty mln- atsa ' of overhead festures nf the drill. Murrlll , The practice was the hardest of the sea tossed the oval to Ford and Mulllns with , son and the men showed more fight unerring accuracy to-d.iy. i th in ever before. Place. Ollphar.t and Cole cnmpoed When the scrimmage wns half over tho backfleld. ("apt. McF.wan. In togs. I two of the players had to quit from ex but In no condition to play, took light 1 liaustlon and their places were taken by work. Vidal's bruised ankle Is Improving, substitutes. The varsity did Irregular From College Football Camps in All Sections atoned for It l.ngely by his speed and i nble ban Ming of punts. Two new play. , ers were tried with some success ngalust I the scrubs, who used (leorgetown for- f..,.l. ,U.,.. 1.-M ..on, i,Arf.,t. 1 I III,, I l"ll". ..I,,. I, ,.,- r.v,i, ,.. by ht. Vamm- Time-: r.i. IS. MS. I 4 N. Y. U. REGULARS RETURN. inc the quarterbacks. In the long for- nPrnl,lrin -lld iimmr,0hlim Back w.ird pass. Practice to-morrow will be held behind closed galea for the first time this season. and he will get out on the field to-morrow for the first work since the Wash, lngton and Lee game. J. Knight, .f brother of O. Knight, the varsity tackle. Is coming fast. He Is heavy and tackles hard In the open. Columbia Drops i-orrer. Columbia's t'nlvreslty committer nn nth ltlr prne tlcally aboiMHd oc r as .in lnien'olslite pnrt etrdiy At n mrt Inr of th" ciimmltt"" called tn ennslder the present statu, of the sport It was .!"rld"d ... ....n.n.l .Asar Inr i'.ji At tl n,l r.,n,ti".,,".,;r"- w:i:'lnt ,r5;i,yn.iri"r-1 ln ,l,c llncu" ,,f"-r n abtencfl of spheduv drawn up- I" "alr wotk on the offensive, although It put over two touchdowns, Ilrown making both of these. The defence was uniformly good, however, and the scrubs never were dangerous. Prlgirs failed to nppe.ir because of an engagement with the dentin, and IMdy was absent on account of examinations. "Cotton" Thomas took Prlggs's place and Allan Ilrown and "Ituddy" Lberstadt were the halfbacks until Kberstadt was supplanted by Miith.iis. ii. Ames ran the team and did the punting Hlghley was THREE CHANGES 111 COLUMBIA LINEUP Urown Tlaeed in Hadi field, Goldberpr at Centre ami oon at night Hnlf. ONLY 2 KEOn.AlJS ni'T i Tliree chnnges In the vars" 1 marked n big shake up at Cd , terday. Joe Ilrown, veleian two seasons, was tried out ,r ' field : Goldberg wns brought t.o f second eleven to fill In for I centre, nnd I. Itosen, who bntty strained right shoulder regular practice preredlng the l game, teturned for Held w first time yesterday mid was ; his old position nt right halfl , played nt left halfback. The Kychllnskl and J. Itosen to ti. eleven. The entry of Ilrown Into thr I. has been contemplated by Co,. M , , for some time, Pon.itdsnn wn eniller In the season, but - , und was returned to guard, I e ', position. Ilrown Is on of thi' f, t..- men on mo learn anil a su t , With tho secondary drfeiw.. , about him the Columbians . , much stronger In tho back!'., l ,i the two games played tn date Metcalf varied the regut ir r ii i practice by ordering a utiiMi n i .. view of "fund.inientnls," T' r. e r . . spent a half hour at tai . i,g dummy. CARLISLE INDIANS WIN. Defeat I.e tin lion Vnlle) s,. , I'nntlinll Team b, Ull tn il. CAlit.tst.E, 'Pa., Pet. 17- T'. i Indian football team defcitnl anon Valley College second i afternoon by 20 to . The Valley eleven had a nutnl r i In Its lineup. It had not been expected t' dlans would play any games i but It nasi been decided to p. tests, all with minor tenm ter tho Department "f threat ned tn abolish the -i lndl'itl school, but flli:tll r Its being continued on a nr . previous years the Indians w. open the season. I.i LINEMEN KEPT BUSY. Cnnrlt Itoilners Puts Steiens sciiihJ Thro null l.onu Drill. Elevens eieien intii :i n.r t 1 ycsleiday. Coach Itmlgi rs men on th" Jump, lie g ive r to the scrubs and watched t' c . their plays on the vaie-.ty 1 the first team took tile l.al. ,r 1 cifed their offmslve work I. tinned at guard yesterday T gradually ls losing h!s nw Hopkins, llraun, Lofqulst are doing good woik nt end This Is Liifqulst's tlrst year a' and Coach Itodgera thlnkw r hlni that he sent Lofqulst n llraun toward the end of quarter of the Mlililleinir.i c me Harter was at quarter y. probably will be n fixture t n faster than Musk and suie ling. Ilatrrfnrd llerllfjlnx Faults. IIAVLllKoltli, IM.. Oct 17 The Haier fnrd fnutlj.ill team tJ.-l.iy bexan tl.e work nf (orreitlnc (suit wlileh crnpned up In W'ilrnx has t In him to bc the khiii with New Vnrk L'nlv. rslty last ine nf the stars of the senvnn nnd It NHUIilliy 1.111 . imI' fence was poorer . . . - - .. .-- thkn u.uii witn iiiwiur.i an. i lu.uiiy pnlns for Ilaughion to show what he me niemi.et. uf the wirnlty were clven In nn do. dividual in.tructlun In In'erf.'renc In order Onis'-indlng weT'-nesses n th" Mir- '!?. ,min clc,"'l": ," hnie might be r . ,,,,, ., .,.. '" ,u . i. "'" f hl task on en h one of the large rani game last Saturday were the fall- number of ida) width ln.i.rford Is using ure to give the cauher of a punt til!. now An Important rlmiiKe nude by One clent protection; a slightly high charge Hnnett was Ids giving tlie nianigenunt of the line nnd nt Hni. ....,! ,ii .o' the tenm to Marney Ctosman, the lar or ti e line nnd at limes a general fall-i ,Uv., punter and l.rllijnt halfback, ure to get together There Is no rcaion i ho cal.e.l .IgnaU from his first da"s why thesn faults should not be reme- 'trial an team pilot. There win no (hung died before the Cornell game I ln the varsity makup. The varsity had , '.' ,' , . ., 'Curtis and Ch.ndler nt ends. Ollmeur n. llaivanl Is nt n disadvantage In the sharp at tn. libs. Morg.n and llnwivin at kicking department, but In that too guards. lion hind at centr. Manure" at Its exponents nre coming along nrettv qu irterhatk, Van Dam and Crnsaun. half. , ..... . ... . . ' ,.. U. ami IMnl llHni.Mi fiillh.tfk. weirr norween nni .linnt nrn n.r.m., . - - fist In punt ng, but neither will be able to come within yards of cither Le Gore, Diiggs or rihlvtrlcl:. Ktpeet Pennsy t'omelmek. STATU rot.t.tirSK. Pa . tet 17. A w hol" soin.i rep"Ct lor llob Kolwell and his eniiii Ini: jni'thn.ls nt Pennsvlvanin inrvaiUil Penn i Stute's trtilnlng latin. Just because hi elei.'ii fumbieii uway us game wun Annapolis last Saturday and upmi his re turn in I'lttsburic liiini.' II iti I enirr. I a ho-. Idtul. where lt was inui.d Hull he had l.n Kicked In th" tack and one of his kidneys ...nil) injuiL'ii, YALE 'SUBS' SHINE. Heady llurk at Lehigh, I'.l., O.t. Tiikliie ltKlllnr I'lapri. They Play Fine Rame. Nrw II.wkv, Oct. 17. Hecause of In- rwi, 4fV... i.'; V. ' W '.'..r: I lories to Keveral of the Yale varsity took chirse nf the I.elilKh fo.iih.iil P,U id i n'avers nilistltutes were pui into service today. Knr fr.mi being deninp.t to he to-day and did remarkable work, Cilia point th It It should h lie he, n fnr the Ynle I ..., ... .ir llr.iden in fullback and ! Fox at t.ickb" distinguished themelves lame, huh intlr.iy tn Kradi's uln.ss. the urown un.l While has big p eslllll! l-s be fore It Thfre Is no doubt that II w, be n far innre finished team than will ineel Leb anon Valley next Saturday The nu n mum out of tho Vale struggle In gii, shape Pons and HM.tr, 1 uloiu blng lujure l At tn.daVi practice tin- rrgii ars were nut thriiugh IlKht work only, nnd the nun who did not get Inti. th" nlc came w.ro nt Into u long scrimmage. In Lineup. Following the announcement that sev eral of the regulars had been Injured In last Saturday's gam football prospects nt New York University took on a brighter aspect yesterday afternoon when Capt. Hernsteln and Hammer schlag reported for the daily practice on Ohio Field. Only two first string men now remain on the list of cripples nnd they will be In rondltlon by Saturday. W'arman. the halfback, Is expected to day, and Hoffman will be nn hand toward the latter part of the week. The varsity lined up asalnst the scrubs In a very disorganized condition yesterday. Several of the veterans were kept In classes until It was too late for them to Join In the scrimmage. To-night two 1,000 candle-power lights will be wired up on each end of the grand stand is.ilnst the (.crubs Jacques made threo touchdowns after the ball was worked up the field for long gains by Legnre. Hlnglnun and Hrnden. There was no ittempt to kick goals. Itl ick, (i.ilt and Italdrlge are slightly i.i i ..I nnnnnnpfld 1 1 , i i t Hi. ear V prob.bly would Play , that the M ortenlng days will not rob ga list I. - virgin .. Poly team on Frl- ''" '''" w" nour8 ot a --hatice ,t . . i . lum-H work at centre doubt-1 for scrimmaging, ..... ItocilllsTKii. .v v. i it i is... i.i in.ii,,. ti, ,,,i. Capt. Hernsteln was shifted from his (Sprlngi Whitney nf Phlhidel'phlH wa. i., , regular position nt fullback to centre. wV.i.I't.i'",1 ."1!'",'1!' "' ,h" 'Her.it j nf ;''"" llloilgan tilled In at fullback and Car- Win.-, who ie(t'rierhe Vi,. ilIV,?'... :;!!3.'' ... nn t at m VMDTP PlPT.n ' r w-'s again placed nt end Whitney liix hester Cnplulo. V, (lit. lliirrls Dlsnppnlii ted. Ilaughion has a splendid pair of endr Swirthmore doesn't Imllcnte to state's i Saturday io rejoin his troop of th.. rir.t "lu HILL. Ml wuimri. ,."' The varsity scoted four touchdowns in llnrle and Charley Coolldge, but his 'l" in ,im is uoinK lu h.ivi ,nn,- .in inr ..it'i.riin iti,r,ir vii.i...u.. ecnnil strlnir wlnu milArlnl u ,..i, Knln wnn l ie iip.i n.i inn- ri-ven , i. ..,.u iiipiain in uie iioeueaivr liaskellMll I. ... e'f'og wing material Is weak. ,, KrnnJdln lleld next Saturday. Hint, team. j'ossiiuy inn niggest illsappolntment last has put In Ihree duys nf the lianlsst sort Saturday was Han Is, who lias been more or less of a regular centre for two seasons. Sager did much belter tlrin Harris, but he too falls short of "big leaguo" calibre. It looks very much na If Ilaughion will have to convert Mnseley Taylor Into a centre and malij n tackle out of Snow, who has been a substitute guard Itoblnson Is by far the best of tho fiuaiierbacks. of drilling There were, no Injuries to , spe-ik of suffered In the fnv with Wei , Vlrsinla wesifynn. so inui ennru jiauow can proceed unhampered In that respect. SANF0RD AT PENNSY. tVrtian limited This Way. Mmtil.r.TOWN, Conn.. Oct 17 In lw nf the tie with llowdoln, the Weslevnn football Imm hopes for blgirer things this sfason Webb .ippenis to ha.e cllnclii. t the riuiirtrrbai k pine With Peck, lto.well. peeiien tinu iarinan ne wae uie star oi The condition of the Harvard sniiad the llnwdidn sun Bcrentuntes the value of a conch like' On Saturday W esl"yn g. to New nrli lliillebtnn and nresi.til. i cli,,- 1 me.t N"w V nrk I'nliersll) Hie Kam Jiaugliioii and prist nu a situation It. ,,,,, i,,okrd forw.rl (., with mueh In which the real ability of HadKhlivi i te-esl rentred In the Violet a roarhes, who Wl,l to put to u seveie test. .nre Dick Ilusils Wisleinns iniuh for two A word nhnllt Vnrl). Cirnllnn Tn ' years nnn rnniiini hi in uii irnni, Folger, Tandy and Carolina. Tennent It cnted a trlu that could come pretty nose io mailing any team In the nas' Folger in particular playe 1 like an ether Mahan. In Pre- pvan's meet who was on nf w.- powerful ei ni res nnd ends III Short Metre, Tale does not expect n very hard fight fiom Virginia Polytechnic on Frldiy. The Dlxlo Knglneers lost to West Vir ginia last Saturday, 20 to 0. Allan Thurman, tho great punter and drop kicker who was so big a figure In Virginia's victory over Yale lust season, yesterday returned to Vlrulnlu nnd Us foothill squad. He had been with the Amorlrnn Ambulance Corps In France all summer Thurtnan ranks as one of 'he best punters of nll time, lu nddltlnli he la u wonderful football player. Ispt year. Pan Knnn, now eo-irli nf th Weslevan team, was iis.j.tnnt under IJustU last yeiir. and the uuesilon now , irises whleh has the better l"am nnd which inaeh ts did"" th" better work The gmie will I, Weslvan brains nviilnet Wetdevin l.rilns Wesieinn Is nptliulstle nver the outcome, and It Is experted Hint many nf nf ihs students will go along with th tenm on this trip. Sn-nrthmnre Itaek to Work. SWAItTIIMOIti: !... Oet, 17. Swarth- more'" .UililHition over uie lootnaii vutorv oer Pennsyli anla earns to a elm. in.ilnv and llii' eleven again got uown in nnni work, In prepirntlun for the 1'iaiiliin and Marshall Koine nn Salnrdij' Th" tuss' with I'ennsiivanl.i eeliled Ihs In decision nbout some nf the position. It Is pmbable that llldpath Will llll till tin' left tciiard poslllon und Johnnie .fnhnson will gi the mil for the ippirlerb 11 k nb i Clai4i. who siiirturihe I'i'iin.vli'inli game I nt guard will more than lllirlv be the tlrst ! siibslltiil" llneinnn II" Is good tighter but still nede sen.onliiK Sltnttnn, who InrJc Stone's p.ti" In th" last fuarter, , nlaved n good gun" ami will gel a liinnn. I In lh" rst of the if.in With th re. I turn of Johnson and Itldpiith In th" gain" III leaves onlv two erlpples In Die inllre ; s,uid. namely Hoot nn.l Knni linker lloih ore dolnir nli ely Hint Dr Mereer pre. mil like a good Imll in. ' ''-, lhv will l bnek In the game nloug ; inr linirr pt.i "t 111 ,.r.-i. ItiilHrrs Cniirli Helps I'olixell Train Q linkers. 1'Illl.AHKI.l'IIIA, Oct. 17 Oenrge Pns. ter Sanfoid nppontcd on Franklin Field to-day with (leorge Ilrouko and watched the practice nf the Perm learn, which N now being prepared by Coach I'olwe I lo meet the strong IVnn St itc team next Saturday Sanfoid ci lileised and gave sumo nihil o and suggested a few pla)s that could bo lihoil. Folwell shook nn his back Held bv placing Light nt uiiaiter and lleiry at fullback, The Injury lo Hnlfbick Itoss, who Is nut of the game for seiei.il week with n dislocated knee, makes Williams and Derr the halfbacks The former was given a much needed lest to-day. Will iams Is one of the few plavers who havo .lnrd tliiough all tho games of the sea sun from stait to finish. ' I BIG BILL AT OLYMPIC FIELD. iv tuple Field. lSih street nnd firm 'nwiiiie wl'l be th. s .ne of another tin 1,111 ibis sumlni The m imigeiuent Iris arranged I" ban' the era k New London Hum i lash with Hie l.lncolns In the first same ,if a ilouhle hradi'r and th" Ironsides, ihnmrloiis of S'ewnrk. wl I be feitured In Hie sunset tut The New London chili 1 will hue senral klar minor leaguers In ) the lineup llirly Hils season the team , toree I the I.lniolns to play nn extra Inning ' in win In mi" run Tho Ironsides alrindy bale plivid mn gimea with the Lincoln., nnd iili tenm wnn one rnti'Ht Thn I en m Is nne nf the lust In th metropolitan (eeiinn and should intfige th locals In a nln al.d lurk ll t The Lincoln lil.lnts will lia against the second team. More from less ! You now get more light from less current greater motor power from poorer gasoline from HOELKER VS. McQUILLAN. Max llnrlker of the Cleveland Americans and Mcyulllan, star hurlrr of the llastern i I.rnk'ue, will hook up In another pltrhlng duel this Sunday at Pee-non tield, opposite I Uie Hunter's Point station of III Stelnniiy tuhe They will pitch far the Sprlmcnn.u and Degnnn (Irays respeetliel) in the sec ond of a three game series for the chutn pli.ni.lilp of Hue . borough, Last Sunday, i when the SprlnglleMa won, 1 in 1, enih hurler fanned fourteen men Jim Weds or Jaikl tiii, former llrook vn rntrlier ..in bolh i'lou .In WHiains and Can-1 catch for the Urais nnd Schiiprm win mn Hall Heddll'K ii th" mound work behind the 1ml for the Sprlngflelda. ROBESON BACK ON IINE. It was West Virginia Wesleyan and not West Virginia, as most reports had !, tnst ot to IVnn Stale last Satur day We note that Cala", former Car lisle Indian star, Is with West Virginia Wesli'xan lie had been turned down by iiinrKia i I'i'ii i I'Kliu miniipate action, moved light net win u- h" could gt t It I'ailllc Cnui la-ague. Oik and, Vernon, S Pori and 3 1.. iik., , San lianilsio. t, Salt Lake, . lill-lnirc laisra Soppltl, PITTSIIL'llil, Del 17. -Ilandall Soppltt, left guard on the University of liltaburg foutball tenm and one nf Its crnik players, la. nut of the game fnr the season, It wns announced Iciluy. Soppltt was hurt tn the play with thi Naval Academy tltvta at Ilia Itelnrn lo (in me Slreiiulbens It il I Iter Ten tn. NKW IllltlNHWICK, Oct. 17. With tho return of Itohemiu In one of Iho tackle positions the Itiilgfis line was gte.itly strengthened In-day, nnd tho second team was unable In make a Mint down In scrimmage practice The varsity win kept on the defensive throiuiiout Coach Sanfoid is planning to put all his efforts on tho defence before Iho Ilrown game. Assistant Coaches llael nnd il.ngan are taking charge of the backlleld men for the present. Whltelilll, who has been out all season on iiccoiiut of Injuiles, was back In practice and hhowed up well, He was ranked as All ScholuHlIc fullback of New Jersey last year, and It Is likely that he will displace Kelly at halfback. The coaches huvo u lot of open foolbal' plays which they arc planning to tu against Brown. Arnheim Clothes May Be Had as Low as $20 Notwithstanding the advance in woolens and trim mings, and the added cost of labor, we are still showing a large assortment of Suitings and Overcoatings to be made to measure at this very reasonable price. 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