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Eastern Elevens Doing Fine Work in Intersectional BattlesSeveral Positions Still Op
EAST SUPREME IN
Leads West and South in In
tersectional Games Thns
NOTRfc DAME HERE AGAIN
AMES ONLY TIGER 1
TO MISS PRACTICE!
Long Signal Drill Followed by
Scrimmage With Freshmen
Keeps Squad Busy.
LEFT TACKLE PUZZLES
COACHES AT PENNSY
The lied and Blue r.intnln. hovmr
Hltfh1.V flRll U'lUnn n.t 4tl,. nniiarltcit n..fnc anil., I. I - nnn.l 1 1 1
1 1 KUCCean 111 HUIIlfTn Willi lilt. I . " ""- "tieimiiii uuitKH ",- ...... .... ......a;, .,.iik, iit.i l unm HUH ' - . , , , . " - " - -
i been highly gratifying, eape- the lnal practice, ulong with Mcdraw s Ilr.it class. He expressed his desire 1 T0 mnlnK a strong bid for Unit s plarol ' 'rKln Played centre on the varsity and
It has l-een Attained on ffm. '"""I McLean at tackles. Nourse and i play and the coachra said they would at rlht i-ruard. whllo Nevlllo and Walte ' reappearance In scrimmages worked
Western and Southern representative!!
Casterti elevens havo won seven, lost
!ne nnd tied one. Against teams from
Dixie, Northern collegians hava won five
ind tied one. Tim West has lost two
10 the Kant and taken one.
White the Kast's achievements against
!he South have not been In the nature of
lurprlsen. Its success In names with the
irn fields. The first victory for the Kast
sraf scored by Colgato when It dereated
Illinois by IS to 3. I.att Saturday Tufts
iSStS another, nt the expense of In
liana, 12 to 10, but Michigan scored for
he West by defeating Syracuse, 11 to 13.
When the Colgate-Illinois and Tufts
(ndlana games wrro scheduled last win
!r they were expected to develop West
im victories. Illinois In particular was
regarded ns having the victory already
lucked away, but Hob Zuppke found out
lhat even In an out of the way place
(junker Mentors Unable to De
cide Between Berg and
Pint.ACiaritiA, Nov, 2. Penn coaches
are to-day In a quandary over whom
they shall start at left tackle against
I-afayctte. This morning they announced
lhat Walter Herg, the former Kxeter
youth, would be at that position when
the first whistle sounded, and while this
news U'.ia holnie nlrettlnted nrminil the
TntNcT0N, N. J.. Nov. 2. Coach flush campus Cant. Mathews, the varsity
gave the Princeton football team two tackle, reported to Dr. Hancock that he
hours of signal drill this afternoon, fol- was physically fit and eager to get Into
MOORE'S WORK FEATURES
MAKEUP OF YALE
Positions of Right Guard and
Left Half for Colgate Game
r DA I EI..
In Intersectional football conflict this
...... . I ...... ' . M.t..n.J I
it. .nr,rtn in nine contests wlthJ lowed "V three-ounrters of an hour of Satutday's fray,
Western and Southern representative! r 1.' w'th the freshman team. The . Capt. Mathews was Injured In the Pitt
run Tiger team was on hand for the slg- game last week. The muscles In his
nal drill -with the exception of Ames, 'shoulders gave him so much pain for
who la still on tho Injured list, Uddy several dayri after the conflict that Dr.
ran the team and the backfleld was com-1 Hancock, trainers and roaches believed
powl of Drlggs at full and Moore and i It would be at least two weeks before
iiuooit at half. Hrown waa used at 1 Mathews would be In condition.
nnir pat of the time.
VARSITY SCORES TWICE
Coach Gargan Continues
Driving Fordham Team
Maroon Varsity, Opposed by Scrubs in Hour Drill,
Scores Four Touchdowns New Interference
Developed for Running Back Punts.
Nr.w Hatxn, Conn., Nov 2. Th
makeup of the Tale team for the game
with Colgate still Is uncertain. Tho po
sitions of right guard and left halfback
are doubtful. For tho past three weeks
Hutchinson, the fullback, has been play
ing centre, but to-day Vorys, who was
Injured some time ago, was In the lineup,
and the chances are that ho will start
the game on Saturday,
Hutchinson played fullback for tho
scrubs to-day. Graham and Zennereacli
Continuing the plan of driving the
Maroon varsity to the limit Head Coach
Oargan yesterday kept the Fordham
squad on the gridiron until dark In the
third gruelling scrimmage of the week.
The scrubs oppesed the varsity for an
hour, during which the regulars retained
control of the ball and ripped the second
eleven to pieces. Four touchdowns were
registered. Dempsey, Golden and Erwlg
.ored on line plays and McNamara, got
away with a thirty yard run to the goal
Hiicr receiving a pass from Dempsey. SI
la short and chunky, but despite Ills
physical handicap has the makings of a
first class player. He handles the team
smoothly and Is a hard man to down
when he carried the ball.
Columbia had a stiff scrimmage with
BOSTON SALE HELD
UP BY BAN JOHNSON
Ratification by League Needed
Before Lannin Can Get
Rid of Red Sox.
AXDERSOX NOT IN DEAL
Until It Is ratified by the several
me Hamilton Institute eleven during the - Is to give tho lied Sox to Harry H.
greater part of the nfternoon and scored ii.. . ... . . . .7..
three touchdowns against tho school
M'TIGUE FAILS TO
STOP JACK SMITH
Mike Wins on Tolnts, but
Neither Fighter Does
BOTH ARE PUNISH T'HOOI
boys. The Hamilton lads turned In the
last minutes of play and put the ball
Br ononoR n, rxtiF.nwonn.
Mike McTlgue and Irish Jack 8m
got Into a bit of nn argument In the i"cr
Frazee. Hugh Ward nnd Lawrence Weber . mont Rink last night. Nohodv seemed -of
thl, city cannot be closed. This In-1 know what It was nil about, n.jt even
formation was sent e.n h ti tj ....
across Columbia's coal line hv me. nf ' . . .. . 7 ' Principals, nui wnatever me arg-i
a well executed forward piss. I. T. '. ' Pr"",ent 01 ln "- who stated m,nt was about, when It was all .,--e-Iloen,
Fred Dunn and Zychllnskl i ,nat " n'1 received Information of tho , the general opinion was that MeT'c-e
scored the Columbia touchdowns, whUo.sale from Joseph J. Lannin. former won
owner, but was not In position to say It ' Generally when a Clareman nni ,
tVntll1 Pd AAi1Illlt..l t. t I I
' umu nn n-aru Corkonlan are tossed Into tho ring
Olson tallied for Hamilton on a pas.i
Metenlf shook un his varsltv eleven
again yesterday. Itargner was back at trm the owners
Hoff2 were nt ininrH with n.nnn r.i il.Mil. mi ihir tr inriii. tn.mnrm ti. are ruiinlnK neck and neck In ilm mi', havoc with the scrub line.
centre. When the scrimmage with tho I reported for practice wearing a uniform for Bingham's place at left halfback. I After devoting a. half hour to pass
freshmen was held, however, Oowen re-'but did not get Into tho scrimmage!' Tad Jones will not announce the lineup , forrnatlons Coach Gargan ordered line
lleved Oennert at centre, while Ilryan Wlrkman will start the game at right 1 unt" J"8' before the game Saturday. Tho i ""hlng attacks, with the result that
substituted for Hogg. Gillespie and guard, replacing Ingolf Krstresvaag, who varsity made two touchdowns to-day , tne scrubs were pushed all over the Meld.
Hlghlev were nt end nnd T.ttrnh. m also was Injured In the Pitt tram. I azalnst the scrubs. .Sneetland. Treanor and Kendrlks thn
right tackle. Halsey soon relieved Mc- Jimmy lliyant drove the varsity to- Judge Heffelnnger. who was expected , were switched to the scrubs and tho (7.4iY.Y 7)?77T.? P.J.:V'7 Joubtedly he will beome nrelilcnt lust differences. They didn't ccn hurt ,.u
v. nml h Hrnvn It u.lih n n.i ' To nrrlv rrnm rv..l n rt E . I tn enree irnv'A n Hfitp vhihltl,iti net, .tnn. . ll.H soon nn th Hnil tt.inr. nr.. l..h..t n h.r. fm no.
anuin yeswruay. uacgner was pack at owners. aether thev InttU 11U.. i r,
left guard. Donaldson moved over to Frnzeo refuses to be alarmed .hnnt 1 7 . .
right guanl and Cleveland Ailed the gap 'the slnwVtion of 'he le'aguers and TTMflr, V
tails t a
Ih going ahead with hU plans of taking clothes Hne. Itut McTlgue nnd Sr i'h
u-ier ino nusitiest or the .' lib. I'n. were real gentleman v n decu nir v
Lean at left tackle, and before the scrim- 'lay. nnd he drove It with speed and ,0 nrrlvej from St. Paul to assist In three gave a star exhibition, often atop.
mage was fllshed an almost new Una ni Judgment.
on thn Held. I
-.fsrffi.RYAN PROMOTED TO
1 m. vm v a uv AV
fact that It looked rood hv ranlm.l with 1
Ke Hamilton, .n. t mere was enougn ine iresnmen. Hoth the youngsters and
rooa roo'.Dau to discount tne Desi me
IVest could produce.
the varsity fumbled frequently and the
varsity Interference was onlv cood In
spots. Jack Eddy got away with one
seventy yard run through the whol
iresnman team, running tho first forty
Western Critic "Sor-."
West's liking. After tho Colgato vlc-l"!""'""0"''" clear fie U. r,.,- vt. T- HI T
iry some of the critics out yonder do- '" oy mree iresnman backs by "- ...line , m.i i is
wicirim Uu ol aoaging yet seen in
tlared It was no wonder that Larry
Bankhart had so strong a team. He al
lowed freshmen to play on It! Other
Mperslons were cast, despite the fact
lhat Colgate's student body, freshmen
ind all. Is about one-sixth the s!ie of
lhat at Illinois.
On their return from the game with
Indiana Tufts players declared that they
Bad been given a raw deal by the offl
Mali, and that the crowd had yelled so
loud when Tufts had the ball that the
jien could not hear the signals. This
resulted In a mlxup that gave Indiana a
:hanca to start off on Its touchdown,
rhe West hailed the result as a vir
tual victory. The results of Intersec
tional gams are as follows:
Ee.t t. West,
et, 14 Collate. IS: Illlnola. s.
Ott. ta Tuf L. 11; Indiana. 10.
Mlrhlcan, 14 MyrBcnse, II,
Kast vs. south,
et. 7 rrinreton, Is North Carallns, 0.
Yale. lrglnla, 3.
Army, 1 WashlnitoaasdlM, 7.
Oet. 14 Martanl, til North Cars Una, o.
. Bulsers. I3i Huh, and Lee, IS.
w". .u iiair, ivj irgiaia roiy. o.
Beginning with tho Notre Dame-Army
tame nt West l'olnt to-morrow there are
Kill six InterKectlonul games to be con
tested mis season, with the final battle
Jrlnging together Pennsylvania nnd the
I'aclflc coast champion at I'asadena, Cal.,
n New Year's Day. If we are to list
Georgetown as an Eastern team we must
Idd another contest, as Al Exendlne's
Sleven Is to play Tulane at New Orleans
n December 5. Michigan and Cornell
and Bulgers and West Virginia on
November 11 and Dartmouth and West
Virginia and Pennsylvania and Michigan
n the following Saturday complete the
Hat of Intersectional tussles.
Notre Dame I'rosrresalre.
Those who seek an exhibition of the
ftest and most advanced football could
and no more attractive contest than that
betwpen Notre Dame and tho Army to
morrow. The Hooslers can be depended
on to flash something out of tho ordl
neary, and If the cadetB desire to add the
game to their list they will havo to play
iir xooioaii man tncy navo shown In
any otner tut this year.
Notre Dame and the Armv opened
football relations In 1313. when tr.o
westerners won by 35 to 13. Tho next
year' saw tho Army triumph over a much
weakened Notre Dame combination i.v
!0 to 7, but last November Jesse Harper
uruugni anoiner nrst clasa eleven to the
Point and won by 7 to 0. It Is the
Army's turn to even the score.
Eren though Notre Dame did give the
Army a severe beating In 1913 It did the
oiaiers a good turn. Notre Dame
opsned up an aerial attack such as the
Batf had never seen before and which
ths Westerners had been developing for
three years. It had not bsen thought
ixjBBiuie nere iimi ine lorwaru pass could
be developed Into so formidable a scor
ing factqr. With the remarkable Dorals
at quarterback. Klchenlaub at fullback
and Rockne at one of the wings. Notre
Dame worked a succession of sensational
forward passes that had the cadets by
ths ears. They could do nothing to stop
It, but they learned a lot.
tTs It to Brat Nary.
Ho sooner had Notre Dams gone home
ttan the Army got busy with the forward
pass and soon brought It to a high stage
of development. The Army had not
beaten the Navy since 19(11, nnd In the
pass It saw a medium for It wilvatlon.
Against the Navy at the Polo Grounds
the cadets opened up a forward passing
attack that puzzled the middles even as
Notre Dame had puzzled the Army, and
the soldiers. beat their rivals by 22 to 9
In 114 and again last year the Army
won. and each time thn forward pass
tood out In the West rolnUra' attack.
Notre Dame has no llockne or Dorals
OlU year, but It has a well balanced
eleven which has not been scored on. It
plied' up 60 points on Wabash last Pat
urdsv. and previously defeated the Has
Kell IndlanB and Western Reserve.
Howard Gets Into Mneap at Jt. Y.
Coach Kustls put tho New Tork Uni
versity football team through the long
As yet there only exists an agreement They apparently tried to at tlm
whereby Lannin promises to sell to 1 Once in a while they wou.d get real rl'.o
t razee, Ward and Weber his holJlngs f and start boltln' nn' n uh ilm' an' um.i
In Hoton for 1623.000. Although It was an' a beltln' away at earn other I,
r.ot nnnounced. only a small amount nf both seemed tn i,a nriin. ... .
Mi h " a"-f PUtd belt l.n' The','
Advanced to First Team
by Coach Ilaughton.
Bill Moore also tore on snme n. i
tacular end runs. His speed was en
tirely too much for the freshmen, who
noi up to meir usual standard be-
cause of the absence of Strudllng, their ..... . ..
airsreeslve nuart-rh.u CAMnrtTPOE. Mass. Nov. 2. The Har
Harold Comey was back again after an var'' cr"h telxm up a nn,i "ttle
absence of two days snd put the second a,',In"t Harvard's varsity football play
varsity through its paces. Iludy Kber- rT" tM afternoon, allowing only two
nam, one ot, ine nrst string backs. Is , i i i vnmn .n mo very
out on account of an Injury and will eml or nour ' scrimmage on a sev-
probably be unable to participate In tho ty y,?.r!! run 1"lrl of a k,ck by "t-
game with Bucknell Saturday. The ath- mor'; "lcox- The scrubs also held the
letlo association has decided that this "r.KU,a on th' 1,1 'ar,l "ne. but prior to
game will be played in the stadium In- ,l drlvPn steadily back with line
stead of at the old university field as In K? y" nml (ln',,1' "frei! agalnt when
tho past. Mlnut swept the end for a long gain.
ltyan. who cumn to Harvard two vrar
ago frotn Notre Dame, where he playe.)
end. was brought to the varsity from the
scriiDs lo-iiay. lie has been Playing fine
er Team Mill Far- Caraegle football all fall, but yesterday hU work
Trcb. To-saorrow. w brllllant enough to earn promotion.
. Flynn, one of last ear's freshmen
ITHACA, Nov. 2. When the Cornell i tackle-, was tried at centre, where his
varsity trots on the field against the I aggressiveness is likely to count more
Carnegie Tech team on Saturday there I than at tackle or guard, where Harvard
will bo several radical changes In the is fairly well off. Murray was In charse
lineup. Most of the varsity linemen of the regulnrs. Dadmun, Horween and
are laid up with Injuries and probably Hoblnson cl 1.1 not play, but all the others
will not even appear on the field In 1 took part In the drill on Harvard's ofTen
their togs. The nw lineup which prob-1 'V" fn- Princeton or In h si-rimmage
ably will start the Carnegie game played which at tlmoe was mighty hard,
a good practico tilt with the scrubs in I Much fumbling was reported. The
inn acrinunage io-aay, n-.wn auvancing slowly, but the
CORNELL LDTETJP CHANGED.
coaching, did not set here lo.dsv. Ite ping the vnrslty rushes for a loss. I
Is ono of Yale's greatest former guards. Assistant Coach Morlarlty had some
and his arrival to assist In settling the 'IKHculty In making the varsity rush line
guard competition Is regarded as must Pick off the opposing ends and tackles
opportune. He la sure to be on hand simultaneously. He kept at this drill
to-mnrrnw. I Until thtt eleven tvnrVml 1lb n hnv
The Yale coaches, tn their lnvaltr and mowing machine. . ,. tvj.i ti-L-S....."; . balance to be paid wh-n the transaction were as Imoervlnus t, min!.h ..rif
desire to redeem the unfortunate coach-, Kordham's new manner of running early In the afternoon and lasted until , ''ulfjct'"y to all concerned. pair of automatons.
Ing situation at Yale. hae travelled back punts with four players offering long after dark. It was completed un -1 AnnouncemenM yesterdiy that O. M. 1 Smith set-mvil po.-se.ssed of a gre.t
longer distances this year than ever be- front Interference and one on each side 1 der the I'gh- of the new grand stand I An'1'n",n ,va ne of the local syndicate desire to fight. The Corkonlan, "sleke.I
fore Stagy made the Journey from Chi- at the ball will help the Maroon eleven lamps. In the scrimmage thn c'tub J"ioh I,urchased the club was denied by on by .Manager Jim Muckley. knpt r ,.
cago tn remain during the first week of.saln ground. , team continued to show good form. ' f , Ie'"' w , raM t,1Jt h hai1 received Ping and tearing In like a liul.dng. Ji
practice. Heffelflnger comes from St. A trio of plays In which Ollroy scored holding tho varsity elev-n scoreless un- ,11? im' rom "'"""fus sourrs In wasted many of hit punches on
Paul and Foster Rockwoll. the former' tour touchdowns last Saturday against til the last few moments of play. ' winch many p-rsons asked for iv chance smoky ulr. unit McTlgue caught oth
quarterback and head coach, has already, Albright were outlined and a half hour's i In the nbjence of Capt. Hernsteln Ted ' , f "i '" "r tn" ot th stock, but on protecting forearni and glove. A
reached here from Oregon, where he Is i Jrllt to perfect a defence against the all 1 Cann filled the position of fullback on ' '''J '1 ,,,,n'' this opportunity to all. while Smith charged H McTUu ,i.
In business. Southern backfleld player was carried the varsity, and Hamilton, the shifty, V''! " " certaln that he and his aso- him coming with stilt lefts and t t
out to tho satisfaction of Head Coach young Southerner who has recently b:en 'hi n swing ise ucal without outside hmlth forced tho tlghtltu, but SIT:
MANY NOVEL EVENTS, imondo is injured.
. sraduited from the scrub eleven, enr
' berth Ht left halfback. McKenzle was 1
I back at quarter and Hammerachlag took
tne other vacancy behind the lin,
Election Day to Bo Busy One
for Devotees of Ancient
Ilrokrn Collarbone Will Keep
I quarterback Oot for Srasoa.
Howard Cann played for a few minutes,
but did not carry the ball. He was put
in oniy to direct tne forward pises,
landed thn rle.ir.r '.til ii.ir.l..c 1.
! Most of the real fighting wm -r rt ,
Carrlgan Is Wanted. , Into the last thrte rounds after tl I
Frazee has not heard from titti r.,H. . " . lno '"'i
gin and don nr.t Vn... tth.... " ."rry mow waltz.- uiu t Ir
the manager will agree to sign f"r the n" noVater-' for .nV'! "
loh r.. k-.n ti,. nono waters, for the pa r if -n
Ted r-ann and Hammemchiag made ! work.n- on 'th- ,.,,mn.i .1,,, .vf. seemed to get madder than hornets ,i n
distance of the field ti,rr,-.i ,... . . .. ". 77 T "'iy tnitig injured waa t. ,5 n,
. Th- r.nW t.,,1.,:. "."I" w,m" ouHinew lo Looks of the light fans.
was made by uT,? TlE'V'Z?,?! . ln the si-ml-u mdup between n. ,
a I..nc forward club's affairs , le " .i V " CZ ?." ".":'." ' ."'. "
line. American 1.. J' h-v"" l" 01 uin "r.M.Kiyn i.vn n ,1 1 . ,
tie ."- e II d
Zander and Ryerson played the end fhanrea are the regular men win nlav rnhimtionlsts will not be neglected:
Sutton and Dixon, tackle,. Tliley n, I only a portion of Saturday" "game 1 V.hlml,frt ,h,,t ''"r,y KhfoUC
Ilard, guanls. and Brown, centre. Wed l"t Virginia. " I a"i V"'1 e" whth'r or m.t he want to
will run the team from quarterback.!. Ltlnc one-half of their club handicap t.e t..r
Columbia has lost Joe Ralmondo, first 1 several sensational runs. Both mfn can convince. irriV-in m ...ieL - they cut loose and fought l.kf a hM
string quarterback, for the year. Ral- ' proved to be consistent ground gainers 1 n-?de fcVd ?heV . f, .'VL'7. V.l 1 "l Kilkenny e.n,. It us b,- g b , g b
mnn-io was injured in uie game with 1 Ted" carried the ball twice for forty vard other men 1 . . ' a" ov,-r " rl"g. The nlr wi.s fu
Williams last Saturday and an X-ray , gains, and on one occasion lUmmrr. iilm mnt h. '. t... : ""' ""rr P'dthogues. Hut no damage mi
examination yeeieruay snowed mat nis erhlar ran half the
(collarbone Is fractured. before ha wa. tickled
Ralmondo was a capable quarterback, mite varsity touchdown
f.oir in abundance is promised devo- an" ' nc' injury to Howard .Miner. Kgan when he received
ices or the royal and ancient pastime I ",p sensation-" ne-u general 01 1 oium- pai and fell over the
beginning to-morrow nnd lasting over ' lJ elrn. nas oeen at the helm Tho ends showed a marked Improve. The n." YTvT n.eJ ...1, . .1 . . r'. ,n" 0oom or the ring in tl
election day. Almost every club In the ot the Blue and White team. Inasmuch ment In getting down under punts, while Living ,?J!. til 0 .retlcent .al'"ut After being slapped it
metropolitan district has
ture events for election
will be the regular Saturd
.twit a !
Ono of the most novel attractions will ' ""ttman 'ven a year ago,
be the political handicap nt the Montrlalr
Oolf Club, which will be nn added fea
ture to the regular thirty Ix hole handi
cap sweepstakes. The political Journey
win oe traveiieu in three dlM-lons. Re
publicans, Democrats and Prohibition
ists, with a prize for each dlvtslort. That
the Prohibitionists will not be neglected
up!.. f es
scheduled fea- ,T1" v"r ir an- tne line nein well on kicks. Cann had a ' )nf the.. ,, ... V " C, T .. mo .a. i.j n. .1 n. ani uie n-s ir n-ci-
d-tv. ind there 'ntner trn '"y or,wo wka Coach Met-1 long practice In placement kicks and did i i " Ji." r oh!l-'1" tp give and knocked off work for Hie n. ,g
,iv specials us '"f ha ten rorced to call upon Angus some punting, N. Y V 's second team vv,V . . I 1 , ... ""g"""s. 1
ay speual-. us M.,..lb Bho waJ nuaneebacn of thl. will t.lav cillum II...I , t. , ' ?.ra"" Pr-bably will return to Boston In V S
McC.tbe to-day. tin -liape " l"c " .nM, flrtJJ jlUUh-S, I
y if irt g f 1- -w S I ' 1 21 -rani Chance will not come back . c-twant B. Hcfii r.
College Football Flashes ? v-, r;r & 5S;;ri ;
,the paritln Cuii.t League was learned dv nr. I , . . , ,
In no. llrotTn-Ilatgrra.
Tt now appears that charges against
Kutgepj of rough play against Brown
aid hot. come from an official source at
.St ' 'ne,wn" thing may blow
over. -The following official communique
Worn Brown.may explain the situation:
Brown Is considerably stirred over the
l?.??rt7 th.at Urown has charged Rutgers
with playing unnecessarily rough football
2r.w li.0' No onB cnnected officially
with athletics at Brown has made any
uch charge. It Is admitted that the
game, was no parlor affair, nnd there
have been a few cases cited of apparent
violation of the rules overlooked by the
officials, but Brown has not charged
S-f?era.v.W'it? Mn """Ponrlble, rath.r
flClals!" ' R"y' "POn U,e 0f'
Individual scoring records are now
Headed by timer Ollphant of, the Army,
who went on rt rampage against Villa
nova last Saturday, with ten touch
downs. Heventcen goals and one field goal
the spldler has gathered 78 points, tier
rlsh of Dartmouth has scored 73 points.
Hastings of Plttcburg leads the dr ip
kickers with three goals. The leaders
downs. Uotli. foal, fit
Shlverlck playing at left halfback. If nt
mi, wun iteneiiict and ilocman the first
call for the halves and Capt. Mueller
at fullback. Th! team scored two hard
earned touchdowns on the seconds this
Miller and Anderspn. the regular
guards until to-day, have not been show.
Ing the form required of them bv the
coaches, partly duo to minor Injuries.
mines ana jewctt. tne regular tackles. I
are laid up with leg Inluries. and e.irevi
has an tnlllred eve fpnn, tV. t f 1 '
Queries and. Answers
By TOSI MAC NULTY
r-r Tom Vhst team In the National
Iagu. nnlshM with th, high-it rercnt
e .Ince uoo? How manv ruri'a ,111
lhat tram ln and In.e? (IKOHOB M.
Chicago Cubs of 1901 won 11 ganies
! iu-1 i-erceniage. 71,5,
ram. Tl,e r.wa M1. . ...- r, . iiir qui in
vuev.i-. iwn ,ur tins reff v,inu .nnoni win from th i:ir,t
feat, tn mil .... .. . . , . i . i ! h I . I..,,, i, . . ..
" I'"- Ml' - BWU K'lHiU Ugrtinl tne ! -.-.,, ...w.uu.iib AURU.t ,t
Pittsburg eleven, A. SPARTAN.
miuuinc ine pnm of Aurust 7 the
Ptetrnt lUrki Hhlfted.
Coach lledK-ri put th Ptever.s aud
through h tirlk signal d-1.1 .n,l ecrlm-
rsurdsr .lie lino -fmi-,i in a Iit-
!tr rnn-lltlon th-tn In Wednesday a
when Chan -e affixed his ! I7M.I f lira '1 full
Id'i.'s igo to it contract that calls fur h-s l" ,h- r
0 th O.n.raS- trouV. ram e-frdav m , .' 1 "r. '', ."' 'P"
who. p.,nt; Ma th, , T.Jh same at-raj' 'i V , I V J'1'3.'""- Ct"""-- "cktioul- Mr M,. v ,.0
nar.y lxtv rard,. r.-.lv.i .in im,-. edged tliat he Ind several offers from . 1 -" ' t i'-ni '
I. kn.c wftl h. . t" noon t ke.n him rut maJ-U letirue rl-jh. Im? i!eelde.l in n.er. ' ','n ineiting .ui' T .
eucii in.jrr v. 111 iiKnt against tne par of practi, e, tnuuen in. nin were r.ot a w ays - '' am.-. . ,. r 1 ie i 'i-iia-ton . ;.j i a;I 01 th'm.
each hole. Any hole played In par orhl' Pr.nt the second firing b-.ka ' J" t .tail ;o th. a.lan'aitj u.'i
under n.ll give the player the number of 5rr.tkT:e,Srrrno;h:n!,n ' 'rr.Vr','?,. ,,.. ,h. .,, of th. ' M-rU Fav.
vo(ch by which the hoif In deitlirnateit. I h.t!t- 1 hl -irFtty hicknl.t or Muk, larhM K .ok ir.J lonhu rmv.t I mn!- f . v
brine four ott nnd th i-lcht.ntii "ii 1 aqu.i.l am! h.ut th-rn burk th vnrplty , 5 J1?' th? ti iav Ix.nfcrton . Vl rr
nie,.,.i in i it,.' . .".' Mn- lvtr tbt only on tn JltIncul! fVn,rf maRinc it nc-ury "n ."-airm;in, n
I a. I am.
COLGATE COACHES WORRIED.
InJarle May Handicap Tram In
Game With Vale.
HauiLTOX, N. V., Nov. 2. With Spen
cer and Hubbell still on the hospital
l!t, tho former In such a condition that
he will be unable to start the game,
Colgate's chances for a third victory
over Yale are far from promising. Cllllo
did not take part In the signal drill this
afternoon. He still carries a bad limp,
and It Is very doubtful If either he or
Hubbell, the mainstay In the kicking
line, will be tn condition to start against
With all three of the regular varsity
back men In such shape, the Colgate
camp Is very dubious to-night. The team
will leave to-morrow morning for New
Haven, and the entire student body will
give the players a rousing sendoff at
the train. Fully a hundred and more
will accompany the train to New Haven
either by train or automobile, and ln
spite of the apparen condition of the !
Olants had played IS games with the
p""'- ' wmcn .ew iork won eight.
ehl?ri'r.To.rIlr"1ln',!' m "new who la
charged with th- defeat between Yankee.
August ., u? invi.s-o.
that" no',"" IT" n" A'.' A. say.
.wAe.?lnf- ?" u"'lr las' Western trip
he olants played 39 consecutive Innings
. "tiin a run,
rfMDr( rfX-.i: " h. !h. OUnt.
Who win,; .trai, ;m,.
Olants won 2S straight. If this 'is' a
catch bet on that tie game with Cln
clnnat B wins. Tie games do not break
a chain of successive victories.
PHILLY GIANTS IN HARLEM.
The Philadelphia Qlanta, fre.h from a
I"'""" -ryiani. win make their
squad the students are hopeful to repeat f t sp-paranc". of the season In Hsrt.i
last yunr-s vktory n"J Uy In a douw. healer w"h th
, I.lnenln (Hints at Olympic Flel.i ui
V.l Ti .... ..... stre-i nn,l h-(,h av.nu.. Th. SlhJ
Notre name Off fur West Tolnt. in i "" 1". iL..".T.tnu- Th m will
SOUTH HEN'D. In,!.. N'ov. T1,. v.r. 11 ,.. nt. ,. n.i .... T. .. . v tor the Phllly
Damn football aoua.i of t.otv.f..,.. i .h.,i. J . DT..'r last on the
bars left to-day" for We.t Point" N, V,, nion'h th. I.lneoln Olanta were ehVi t
where they will meet the Army team un hy Hun.MVs onpS;Jf,n,b"er! '.n'J
Saturday. Halfback Malona will not be git-m-nts rr-v-ntej iee.iuSneJ ?U',n"
abl to play. 11. waa Injured lait Hatur- then, hnws'er. the manar 1 J. '.lnc
day. Phelan will .tart the gam. at quar. coin, ha, received num-ro rem,.'.!! .'In"
Lerl!i"k,-. t,u.,m.a' lv'' ,0 """t- The a.lnilrera of both Vn .eh.J VL,r..m
backfleld wrlll b. compoaad of Cofall. Berg. I rame., and after micli dlek2,in. t."! th
man anu j. winter. arranged. ....
TWO IMPORTANT SCHOOLBOY
GAMES AT POLO GROUNDS
iMipnani. Army ... 1 )?
urmsn. , uarimuuth. . . j u
MtCntlfht W 4 Jf
ollror, r.enrtetown . 7 jj
Hattlnia. 1'itlelitirr . S -,i
nerllali,. Uroaii 4 11
Mueller. Cornell ... .1
Inaratn. Navy., . , r,
Clark, penn Male . 1,
M, Brown. Syramse . s lt
K. T Smith. Vale .... . 0
? the I ?i"i'i'r.k."'"',"'r' ""lnr snd South
1el.'ven. at Clt''r" 1el3",!?i'. "3 An"uJ "?"
The tnoat lmDortaut a-rl.ltron bnttl. of
th. acholaatlc season will be staged at the
... uiuuiiiii 111-inQrroiv. wnen inn eleven, I at city Field The .
of Stuyvesaiit and De Witt Clinton hlrh 1 ei.n vXl... Th "n" PPr to b.
school, come together. Htuyvesant Is lead-
'mF A". J.1' "r;.,,"r.L,p.'?",..n"r.,,.n.f i. Tl K.rasmu. fam I. In noor
. V.'llir.L ee iu 1 ... u-en uiuveti HI I'l. , nv. ......
Tne winner Is elected to do the honors' Ilolarr. had the flrat team w elsh In In the
nt the nineteenth hole, unles.4 R be a , pr.i.ne, of .ra: new,tapr mn frm
Prohibitionist. elty The ..iu., uieraged 15H.
TV, ,n . p,'Unil. th heaviest man un tn squad
The first competition of th recon- Mo.l.r. nt rlaht tackle, who erale,
structetl Shackamaxon Country Club will i nt !: Burkina, at end, w tha lightest,
be a flag contest flection da v. The sec-1 countlnc hut 131 Th. aierae sg was
. 1 i: s r l
.l- .1. 1 t ,ttt 1 1 it, ' . , .
h- , , in,ii-l,,n fin 1 -1
'niih.(en '.it 1 ti f ' 1., i
sul !.. ral r,-. in!- r, -
s come out In defence! r"it uf btmii; i,-, in :!i , .
Herrmann. National Comtnls-1 ?','. ,!!" ,'.xL!"!.k"f "
ho may be deposed. I .r.. ...,i t. .i.'.
say that Herrmann combine. an i-i n.t t.i .,.h - ... .
"'-"t) ""ti i-:iuiu.si.ism lacking in any ' ' t' sum i,- . 1
a...... . . . ... vu -t man ne icntiw.s a ipu ei'.ir. ti... 1 r.- r- " -i il "
iiienan rrimrtl rr lto.lie.ler. 1 ... . .. ' -Illnir f all ti.ket jn.t , ..
ll'HT.l oil i,r tierrtti-.tir. .. ,hi ,n,,n .,.1 ,. .. .. - "
' tXX-ll,t dr"W Ifc .:' ,hlnk- the c,:nm..e,on svJij ir.t ZJiV'xi
port . f r.-ry ur.leritri.l.nt. an I a uninus ' '''ft llone. '"J' mid; a repr.-.ni
nnd nine holes of the club were rectntlv
finished and the nffirlaU are anxious fr , account for'
it 11111 tiiieiiiidiii'e mm me tnenirer may
Judge of the new facilities offered.
Th presence of five frethmen and
three sophomores on trie team, noevr
tn. low averaie,
ptr: nf h. r , mm th. It.Sn.t
team ' prepiri-if for the hard.. t I
Kven adverse weather conditions could !
New formation for Rjracuae,
SYltACt.'SlI. N V, Nov : fricu.
e-elie. .nt nl.v.ra ht. evtiefttna th.
not prevent Francis Oulmet from proving 1 hir.l.st tu.sie of the eajun with
his golf ability at a recent exhibition nt 1 ttartini.uth at Fprlnsfleld on jsaturday
the Hartford C.olf Club. Playing In a.T".'l' syricu.. ,,..,1"'r'ouh..h,V'
foursome with Onrdlner Hammond. Jr.''S, 'B',.fr, rT , 'XST "not'h'e' .
of California. William Hault of the New mg that the Oramte backf.rM lacked the
Britain Golf Club and Jack Hlphlck. putuh n.
H.irtrord, professional. Oulmet made the
round In 77, fmir strokes above par.
Scholarship Drflrlenrlea Bar Dart
Hanotir, N. H Nov. 2. The outlook
for Saturday's gam.- was somewhat
darkened to-day nhrn It was announced
that Youngstrom. who showed up o well
at guard In the Princeton contest, would
be Ineligible this week because of
scholarship deficiencies. Klther Baxter
or Hood will be substituted for him.
Rome encouragement was received by
the news that .Merrill, the veteran guard,
may be hack In the lineup on Saturday.
Kmery and Thlelscher still are suffering
from the muscle bruises they received
last week, but both took part In the
practice this afternoon. "
Scrimmage was held to-day for the
first time this week nnd lasted until long
after dark. A number of new plays were
tried, but with only mediocre success.
The probable lineup Saturday wtll be
as follows: Dussossolt, 1. e ; Trier, 1 t. ;
Neeiey, I. g.: Ulle, c. ; Ilaxter or Hood.
r. g. ; Cotton, r. t. : Kmery or McOon-
ough. r. e. ; Cannell. q. b. ; Thl'lscher or
Edwards, r. h. : Gerrlsh, 1. h. ; Duhamel.
I f.4niT "f seas.m altli the University of i KtaUl
"' h"str teim n .aturdxy The h K:,
! .7, .' "'""'t qui,i wa. .er.t throuch a e n. a .tra.n
RESULTS AT BILLIARDS.
1" I ired that the
TLst l du tn i, i
ii.rptir.ttmn hid failed rria h-'un-
ns 'o th. ret-e.er . t r.
the Wlilnir-Dun,, ,. i.,u- (, , .
tilJ.it that th- !-.,v r -j,,,,,, ,
h.n- to rn.ik. it, p...... .-t,
tef.ir. I: ma ,iage an tnr boi. ,
Lenox Oval, but so many application, for
seats have been received It waa deemed
advisable to atace the gam. at the home
of the niant, Clinton surprised follow. r
of BcholaMtlc aport by It, victory laat Sat
urday over New Utrecht, which , about
the atrongeat high school tram In Ilrook
lyn. rtuyveant got off to a poor start, be
ing defeated by Commercial, but atnea tho
defeat at the hands of the ricarlet ami
Gray the East Sixteenth street boy, have
bowled their opponenta over In fine atyle,
To-morrow', game thertfora should be In
tereatlng all tha way.
Hamilton vs. rrinreton Freshlea,
In addition to the fUuyvea.mt-Cllntnn
game tn. morrow Hamilton Institute will
play the Princeton 19:o team ami New
tltrerht will line up against the Columbia
Preahmen at Houth Kleld. Prartlr.illy all
th. other acholaatlc team, will enjoy a
day of real In preparation for the Mg bat
tle, to follow on election day, when the
most Intereatlng game ahould be that l.
tw.en Commerce and Morris, alio at the
In tho absence of Jack O'nrlen. captain
of tha Cummerrlal elevrn, A I Ilaldwln will
direct tile Hcarlet ami tlray team from the
llalit. Baldwin I, considered on. of the
beat plityera on th. Rmnrnerrliil team
i; Jlrlen. by the way, la Improving steadily
In the King, County IInplM and It e.
t.ected to leava the tn.tlmtlnn
o day Jark Hchavo, one nf last year's attire.
lias utt-11 ii.-iaren, enimie to represent
Commercial for th. re,t of th. season, and
will h. In tha lineup against lloya lllali
on elertlon day,
Big Haass la Newark, TavUy.
As Important gams la-scheduls! tt
Kleld next' Tu..,Uy.""w,T e7 Mcl"he.D "
d ";;!. r;.lis,bA: ?,n ,a"rnt of "ho".tie
n,i nil. J .:...A"U I", however, tha Hurt
, i V"' 'iiuuiii lurnisn at ft oppoal.
tlon to Coach Croohe's eleien. "
firltltlera Chase rirraaed Pig.
NORWICH, N, V. V0V " The te.l
els. of the imie to pructlcal us. at the
Il.u iwe'en tarn v.i hers l.i.t fnn,i,.- A.
rha.'neyl Jh" f"o;l old aport f
In ono of the public parks of th. city, The
boia unobtrusively took up strategic po."
."oa'ri" ,'ni ,h" 'r0W't which llneif tl-
square, ualng an open formation patt.rned
after the celebrat.! "Colgate spreSd"
hi. .,.""1"" ,'.h P' "lumped from
vtr, Tu.V" Tutn " ,'r"d, darted ou
He. . ,,'"-klig all outsl,!,. ciniunders
J'-f''"'' " wept th. backfleld which
fed i n the unhappy porker ami downed
him n his tru-ks Norwich High's ug
first iloivn. Aft.r th. whlvtle blew and a
?her,re0frre"" ",' 'U., '"" '''' Ve
the referee took time nut for tha Pis
lli-re was not a ,, left in hm." '
hrlen.la of th te.nu ,oon will aerva tha
pr ia at n dinner to th. eleven. It ll in"
'l-rsiod the pie look, forward to hi, fit,
hT.'ttn.'J: wo'r., .'.'rea'd'y"
lie The nrst dual meet will ha stated to.
with a chase with the Kramua harriers at
Prospect Park. Ht Benedict's Prep "is
Unrera are aeh.tlul.d for Van Cortlandt
DE STEFANO WINS RUN.
Charle, Da Stefano of tha Mlllrnaa A. A.
won tha Oxanarn Associations Inatta-nrai
Invitation road run of the season last night,
covrlng the thr. and s.N.n.elghths mile
cours ln 21 mlnut. i ami fi5. aecon.is. Th
ortler of thn finish folio,:
Pos. Nam. and Club.
1 c. De Hiefnno, Mlllroaa A. A..
2 A. Fried, rteward A. A
2 M, Melnfcltl, S.ward A. A
4 J. enturlnl. Ozanam A. A...
C 1. Isaacson, Heward A, A
f, II. Krlediiiin, Heward A. A...
' II. Rnnowltx, Heward A. A...
It, Teller, Heward A. A
9 i. Williams, unattached
10 N, Carl-Jlrom, Dront C. A
, . 21 SS
. . 2J-30
, , 24 0
TIMELY ATHLETIC NEWS.
In order to prevent confusion In relay
races all conte.tants will h. lettered In
stead nf numbered If tha recommendation,
of th" legislation commute, of th.
A. A. U, ar. ii.lot.ted at th. annual con
v.ntlon on November 10. If an orsanlia
tlnn has more than nn. team entered each
team will have a dlftsr.nt letter. In this
way tha commltle. believes It will prevent
a member nf a cub .witching from on.
team to another during n race, which ha,
been dona nn several occasion, under tha
The commute alio r.eommsn-, that In
all relay race, the longe.t dlatanc, b- rt n
llrst. If this Is adopt.,! u will tend n
prevent crowding among tit. sprinters, ns
th. teams are likely tu b. .trun un bv
th. tlm. th. tlnal relay I, started. P Y
As In tha old-n day,, th. last t-n yard,
of tho cours. for sprint, and hurdle race,
of an all around event will b. marked of?
with whlt.waeh line, a foot apart, and the
contestants will be ,core,l by the ill.tatic.
rath.r than by time, a. 1, now the ca,"
Tha Mohawk A. C and th. Iluntirlan
Arn-r ran A 0, .nl-r.,1 trams yeit.r.lav
for the Junior metropolitan cro.,.cnunirv
run. Ho a, to give the New York a C
Irish American A. C. JIornlnx.1,1. a, r.
and several other, clubs an opportunity lo
mkt !?" retries th. Rtelnway Cluh?
which will conduct th. meat, will keep th.
eotrlpD until to-morrow midnight.
n.ar the xoal line, which would hav
mihle,! lt tn roll un a bis score asalnst I
Ml hlgan la.t Saturday, UIU Hollenback,
has stven thta tl-partment most of his 4.1- I
tentlon this wee-
Seer1I new formation, have been trl-d
out to used against th. New Hampshire
hoys, and the defence for th. forward
passing xam- has been bolstered up. Tho
team will leave for Hprlngflcld to.morro".
and will arrive In that city at 3:14 P M.
Several hundred students are expecting
to aecompany the team, wnne nearly every
alumnus In New KnjtUnd w-Ul to on hand
to root for the orange
Army's New l-lay. Kehsened
UT.ST POINT N. Y.. Nov 2. All the
Army'a new plays, whlrh will be uaeit
In the Notre Itanie contest on flaturday.
got a further polish to. day when thn cadet,
were ,.nt through a two hour workout
that lasted until darkness crept over the
fle ,1. House was pack at enu nn tn. var
sitv to. day Buth Kurd and Hedfleld al.o
wer In at th. wings for a while, and lt Is
a question who win tnt nxnaers against
the Hooskrs when they line up hero on
in suit, of th. num.rous ,or lesa and
bruised shoulders th. men were driven
hard. Villai n punting was perrect to. nay
Ifa also dropped a prety neld anal from
the twenty-five yard line, Ollphant con
tributed a placement goal I'U.-e and
itrhurdt mail, up the balance of tha var
Coach Harper and twenty-two Notre
Pame players are due here to-morrow
morning and will work out on th- soldiers'
gridiron In the afternoon.
Rutgers Resents Itrowns Charge.
NI3W nnCNSWICK. N. J Nov. I.
Members of the Itutgers football team are
highly Incensed over newspaper charge,
that they used rough tactlcn In the Hrown
gam. last week. Th. coach of th. Holy
Cross eleven, which Is scheduled to play
Kulger, this Haturday at Newark, who
saw the Urown game, ridicule, the rough
It In olso pointed out that non. of the
Prown players made any protest Brown
was penalized four times for rough play
nnd Itutgers not at all. though tho officials
were very vtirlUnt. Two of the ltutaT-r
mt n were so badly Inlured a to be sent to
n hospital tifttr the game. Indicating tint
Hrown waa non. too gentle In Its pl.i.
IHiikts was given Its last practice this
afternoon before the game with Holy Cross.
Wallace has been given a regular place In
the ba ktleld Htorck and llauser are he.
Inx trl-d nut nn the ends, nnd will probably
take tho places of the regulars. Hanfnrd
put his men throush a long acrlmmage, In
whli h they scared thre. times on a strong
Ilnierford Kenra Wrlseh.
H s.VKHKiiitr coixnoB, Nov. :. with
the Kranklln ami Murshall game out of the
way ihe llaverford College football eleven
Is working hard to put a powerful eleven
In the Held on Haturday ngalnst Dickinson
College, which Is an aggregation credited
with having the strongest team In Us his
tory, largely because of the powerful attack
developed around Welach. tllenn Warner's
former star nt Carlisle, Laat year Haver
ford tnjed with Dickinson in a 12 to 6 vie.
lory, but thl, year It Is sure to be a differ
ent story, with a much closer ,rore for
whichever tram come, out of tha contest
with the victory
The week after this nicklnson game
Coach Mike H-tinetr, th. former Penn all
meriran star, wnn la now coaching th.
H.iverford eleven for th. third ear, will
take the team down to play the Johns Bop.
kins University eluven in Baltimore.
Big Hospital Mat at W. and I,
I.KXINOTON, Va. Nov. 2. Pacing what
now promises to b. the hardest game It has
pined the' Washington and I.e. eleven will
journey to Annapolis to-morrnw night
weik-r tlnn ll his b.en nt any time thl,
seaeon, The Injury to Left Tackle John.
, on's ankle In the game with Georgia Tech
last Haturday still Is troubling htm, and he
has bean unable to engage in practice this
week. Centra Plerottl has a bad leg, and
Tackle Ignlc a tad shsuld.r, Ts. climax
run f.'ift rtf fS. eet'rt.
.!! r ..:". " ' 1 'urI t rjrntn.ent .vn
7,ne ; ,..' . " " " " ,n" art.r- iw: - ,at nvnt. . .tn tl-n. a' th
...2', . 'crtmttng. with the second -i 'o..-r.. llr ,:her- In n.- k'.i,.
"m, V." '""' of th. dty. I Tii- nd mark of 3.- wa .x .. t V-t y
.u. ?.'...'' J!ulng the nn.r.n, gam. to ' Joseph t Jdnr.i. Ir. h ran .11 aci'r.stl
-- urnii iioriri si, depend ark- v otil'- i.'ixrin. and rr.-'.v af:rw tr,l J M . .,n,
f ""? b-at Hoche.ter Th- II ,M-t I Minlnmn c.u.t,r.i a; also again.! Uugrln. I)l""n M"' "" ''Csy.
un up will h. th. am. as In th. Hamilton I Tn." "'I""n,r''' 1 , Manager Welmant.. , c, '.ro,
game with the e-.pnn of the end. c,pt I.sa.-- Ur .th-.-s1 T J Johar.n. Jr . 'Porting .-.Uh rtc-lv. 1 a te., .
I Am nt.. ..' f.,...t ,t i...... ..... . u.m It..,. - ..... . '
,,. injur., in n. .til nn " ' ie,.i nt. ,nj ,o ... i inner s '- w tstr, in i r airep nf
"in bs in his old p:a-o at right half. , n,'n V,n: J ' J, M 'Minlmin de. e"'riay to t.1 , rt r that
I tni ' ,J -' W nn-r's I "'tir.-ai wo u.l he, f.,r the E , .
l-feit.,1 a. J. I Ilr'r. inn tj .a win. "r his engagement wi h ' M
','' high run. '.'n. l.-r- 1- u I. jgrm . mu.ilew elcht champion, ti ', e,
lef-it,.,! v ,irt ,n Hut t pi. Winner 1 H M.iini.ip.ni. v
hlh run. 14. ,i.-r 11 md th- prospect I, tint ra
Th'.rne-i: ' Ha-lint dff-.fl O J i i'oy will come tog. ther a' '
. .' .i.uri . iiikii r'.n. I.. - - wil .tu.ptiu.r -1
Williams students rheer Sonad.
WIl.I.tAMSTUWN. Ma... Nov
Cheered by ,rB, f.0B , r,. .tu1.n,, .ho
had rom to the Held to wit h, practice th
W.llams footSa.l e,uat p-lt In a solid
afternoon's work In prepantlon for th
.es.eyin gam on Saturda) Th. backs
VV. X or.k hy ';"ch'f l"nts and run
ti n thm down the neld ag.ilnt th. .in.
men. Coach nrooks then set th backfl.ld
,?,.? ""n""v' hil th. eti. H.rm.in r- ...n mo to r
iei7i.. ..... .. ! , . """ ,n" Buar.ts ami run iv ; i.-rj s
:r' ' ' xucaing Slop and charar.
i'rnineid'1 John T Snlui'f dfated S.
risk, li"j to Cl Winner, fc-jh run. J.
M irn ng!de Irvin .'-.-. artz c!-fea:- I
u Inner . Iiich
cklng stop and charg
After a .h,rt signal praetl.-. th. varslt.
nl the -crill,. h,l . lo.l. t.... .. ' i
Mrlmmage during Th.eh the rlr.t ehow.,1
t','.i"4rtlJ.":',r'' w"1- ""ing two Vouch,
hurt i in , TV, ,'h,"""- centre, who w...
hurt In th Coliimb-a am. was out in uni
form tn-dav. hot limit..! ht
tising iirops. Th-team now has everv man IV-.A,'P'', r' ' A:aril. OJi.a, Wocdfalr
li. ' ' v nln a few e c eptlons i , - '-J -o ran
th. who, e eijuad U In nrst cUn condition I t""",nd 1U. . Ht. eplecha.-: for four-
. ' ' yesr ..! I, and -IP stl, ng two mltea and a
. . ... 1')l.r(:r: "-'J-'ilp. 117 isnmntt. (. it W
Amherst Ixoks for Victory. ?ri' ' m Pvp-'tatlnti 3; .Hrynnti
AMHKItST Masj. Nov : Th. Amh.-.t ' ? .'i"'' ,'7' .''' l".'. 1' - Herder,
football t-.-.r 1. la'.t roun.l lnl f'rm I l-1"'' 'V ,;hlr''-, Tlm ' Vlttr,
for lt annuil gam. w-ih T-initv .n tiir 1 ,,''.' 'J, 1 Bncn.u r. ..aSU!i nn,l North-
Flnt Hire A ; are,, mald.ns-
nit. Ilurg'ar, 115 ..Mink,, i;j,
-ml 14 10, won. I. if . 10: tc'rumpi.
an I 13 l'l. second Sl,.y niter. 115 (Hob
insnn.. .i.3i'. thlru Tim. 1 15 Lt.
nn. .iieto,, rue m, hincung ll. .and
local limits lo.nlght.
rtoxlng gtotes wtl. -4 , ..
rlub, and the er.trta'n-ne- .
S'.":E' Jn I'aiUn.- e . .
at the r.mnl,. . ..
, lightweights Joe Well'tg
"HI get Into nrti c.
I Hnmmey and Ui.l rk ,
six fur- I ion. Welling an I .
11 jo ""'. -ut tney win ... , . . , ,
s-l I ... . "irl-m H ' h , g .
. .or lo-nmnt, w p, , ' i
co,.r.,i b-v who hi. n
battle,, will hok ..p ,, .,, ,
Th. Vanderbd' i , mtr,
or and vjng uv,i ". ,
Mini jog Ilx..
t i, - .
ah, w r
ticuisr rilI ,r,in,. ,k. .e "'7:,: Th.rd IU
in- team nas
aft.rnnon's nlav The ..... '" '": 1 Ing. '
Lhr-.1.Beh 'I signal tlrl fl e,l Si ! ,!
a iir .Tlmmage n!-h m- ru and'' 9""!.'. ,h
ir.iiniwii eon 111 UUirterhlcV llnl.n),... "i"
liu KeJ.'??1 M,,h hl" u,l;a' 'Irlvlng .itta.-k
ills forward pas.es e- ,,nK nr. I fast and
w-re we-l hsnlled bv IM, f- ,K, !!
?ZV'i. Z""' :'"r I. back li, form
ih ne'.e d"C'nP,nt ,n' " f-'-mldS'.'. Un-
plunger. The prnsp-ct, for a vlct .ry Sat
urday ar. very bright. '
Twn.year-oMs. purse- claim.
furlong. Triple Crown. lit
i-t : i. : jo r i j j .)
e !.l, 111 (J lli'Ta.nrtl til
'1. ee-ond. ilreentree. l:i ,ttnt,i.
12 0, -l-lr l. Time, i ji 4.1. tl.orln-
rx-. iv ti. lee, Lantunu. Napoleon and
First Hire Tw .1,,, Mm
Wner V,t :: . .i. ' 'r -'
Thin Mi,, i
.V-r han.. ig ,,
Hard Task Befor. TV. and .1.
thAM.nMOTON'.rr' -nv' ' -"'silting
that his line must play better football f
vvasningtnn and Jefferson Is to stand nnv
chance whater of victory with the strong
Pitt eleven nn November 11 Coach Ho!
Metiger , drilling his forwards .trenu
ously ihey ar. back working on th"
charging nMchln.. Mverythlng dip. now
Is with a ew of strengthening the Hed
and Black eleen for th.,lr clash with th
ranfhers M.lrer el.o nl.m. t.-. .ni
several new formations on the .t
Hmoky City machln.. and wt v-t-v tho...
fnrnurd pas-e iu.,1 against Vale, and
which w-.re so puxllng to Tad Jones,
players, resulting In their being outp'ned
In the second half Of the strtiffet Th...
will b heavy scrimmaging for th. pity,
era throughout this week.
Hard Work for Navy.
ANN VPOI.IS Md.. Nov 2 Working ln
summer weather, th. N-ivv fo.ith. ,,-,.!
was given a gruelling workout this afie.-i
noon It was the lust re-il woi-it i,.ro-
Its struggle with Washington and I.ea on'
Th afternoon s work was wnumt on witt, '
a scrappy scrimmage, In whlrh the varsltv
triad, a much more encouraging showing
than vesierdav Three lime. It crnaaed
th scrubs' goal tin. for touchdowns, .
Wa. th. Case Vester.l-lV. ther. Wis enn.l t
.ralhl. help gained front th. punting work
nf Perry, the ptebo. who h-is i,e n nut of
"" ",r "r. '" two. week, rolmw-
Ing his fracture of a hand In the lirorge.
town gllll. II. Is being played In the
line, and whl e h. has not h,.u-n ....
tlculariy strong on defensive mirk. It Is ex.
pecte.i he will get ti go.., tryout nnl have
a fair chanc. because of his punting abll- I
''' uoc . . ii,. ... ,,1-
IP'. Trant 'mp ,. n tia.J.i.,
second It.1-e--.-,,'o'r'. ?VT.'r
WHr.. th. Towson Hi-en', .h .
wo ,, M .p., h.
",''"" 'lH.rr 1 , .,
'?'.'. ,,nm Moran. M?
Ihlrl Itacej.-our.yetr., . ,-1
i't Vi, ' " ruriong.:
Hiiper-S.il ai.o ran.
ronr-h Bace Handicap; 3-yar-olds and
upward, on. mile: nttt-rrnld. 123 tAm.
broj., s M I;.,) ami . -j Knn .iinn.
il 'ltiibtiiai.nl, i; ;) nnl 15 , second.
Ntn.tV .-'lmtlleT. 11" itCleeeep) tl (0 H.I..I
nme. i iv i.. King .-veptune. Tnornlit'l. nter I. y. t:s t-
Madame 11,-rrmann, PaJdy's Choi,: and I Jackson, 121; .mbro... 1
Prlnc. H-rmls al.o ran. I H-i, Oakhurst. j-j 1
Klfth Ilace O'.tilmlng. purse fcr J.year. Purth Itaee jn,,. , . ,,.,,.
elds and upward, one ml'e and seventy I wnrd; th. Towson s '-,
Jnr.ls- Charles lrin is H ,j. McTag-1 vision) i two tnl.s -L t
girt- It; 10 t?.3) and 13 0 won. Voluspi. Chnrlea r. ilraitucr l.""'it , V
IU .Mil, .hy.. KM 3-!, .econili J- H. Johnson 1 vtPll o r-
Man Hlayer. 9i iKleegm, n.;i) third. Kioto, 14K. H,x-i . ,, ,- u', '
,. ' 'si.-... ,-iitiuiir, .-.ciramoucn,-' "in n i. - ,
Ite.i Imas'er nnd Harntogi also rin, Purse, sS f ir oi.es i ,r.,
HUtli ltaceTMo-ye.ir old.. Hotel Kr. I leirao. It: fh ,.-i u- .-, ,
nan 1-urse. pu-- Kurt- In- and H half fur.. It: tchic , , . ,
longs- I'lckwlck, IM iK-oghV straight ' Htr.hu1 !f, I h- in , ".,.,
II So, place K.i-n ihmv 12 .0 ilrsf Krl.nd-i Mart. 112. nines Kn ' i '
less I I-i ij M-Taggirti p .ne 1 30. show b,ir 103 T-lr in i i i -i' , t ,", .,
K5il, ee.-nnd. IMIldy Dude 113 t Iturlln- 1 Hls'h Rn -Thr.'e te.ie. '
gamei. show i ihtr.l Time, J, 13 3-6 i ward s, ' g hu ll
. apt tiiy. ita-iy v or-i, a vora. ou Ktj
and Mary Pone' a'.o ran.
Hetenth It.ice - Tliree-jcar-old, and up
ward, selling hait-lnjp. purs. 1T00. on.
mile Ulnumlng, Hi lliitw'.li), stra'ght.
II. plic. 3 jo. show K.tio, tirst sir wi.
lam Johnson, 110 ,IIanes plare i-o
show 13 1 mp mi llonnle Tea,. I oi
Hclitittlner i snow UIO third Ttir
1114.5 Wnd in, Sevlillan, Napl-r and
l!tru, in n so r in
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a-tF WVHiTC LABEL sTMTaai
VOGEL'S BENCH MADE SHOES
At Ordinary Shoe Prices
Vogel nench Made Shoes are made of the finct leather
by eipert cutom ihoe miktri. on premucs. )et they cos:
no more than ordinary tho,.
Although the coit of leather hai idsanceJ consiJcral r
I am keeping the price ot my shoes down to a tlig
incroie ovtr former pricei. t-j up. f-or KLL
thoe xaluei come to
Mabtr of Fmt Shi
64 Nassau St.