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THE SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1916.
Qroy of Georgetown Tops the Football Men of the East in Scoring, bat Heston s Record Is Still Safe
NEW YORK FILLED
FOOTBALL LUMINARIES WHO BARELY FALL SHORT OF BEING AWARDED POSITIONS ON THE FIRST ALL-EASTERN SELECTION.
Abundance of Good Material
Mado Scholastic Football
MALONEY BEST GENERAL; ,
FRISCH LEADING BACK
PITTSoURO BACK MW :XZrL& WIIM.-.,. JK?aMA W
FDRDHAM . TACKI.E
FORDHAM IS BEST
OF LOCAL ELEVENS
Mnroon Team Only One of New
York Collegiate Squuds to
Wtli only one defeat registered
tains: them, nml that ly Georgetown,
the team which hunrr up the scoring rec
ord of the season, Fordham Mauds nut
n the only wuccessfrl football eleven
th!c!i styles Sew York It home clly.
N'.w York L'nlveislty has 11 valid claim
to ro:ne recoRnltlon, with flvo victories,
I'tit tl two defeats, hut Coin nlila 1
IillPB to hide Its head and bldp ItH time.
Stevens began tho waMn InaU'-iM-lnu'ly,
I'Ui linlahed .vlth n vim which placed it
la tie category of the mighty.
Fordham had one of ItH beat teams,
n which compiled 1?3 point and al
lowed only Id to be scored against It,
and thit by Georgetown. During the
Lason It successfully met Lafayette,
llary'.anil State, Huoquehjinmi', Holy
CroM, Gallaudet and VUlanova, A
coreless tie was the result of the I-nfay-llt
game, but It was the first contest
c( the season and fought without a great
deal of preparation by the Kordham slal-
Dempsey wnti one of the outstanding
tars of the Kordham .aggregation. He
Mia tin punter, a line smasnerof mag
ii.tude and capable of handling his run
o( the battle In workmanlike manner.
Fordham turned out numerous other
Uera who earned glory fur the Maroon.
llaverford Oamr Vlolrl'a Beat.
Probably the best effort of New York
University was the "to 7 tie gam with
llaverford, the unbeaten Pennsyltanlu
college team. llaverford has downed
several mighty opponents this neaon,
among them Swarthmore, the comiueror
of I'ennn)vanln, und to be held even
fcy the Violet brlngn a lot of glory to the
Uronx Institution. The contest which
as most pleasing to New York Unlver
.'y students was with Columbia, and It
the cause of rejoicing because New
York L'nlveiHlty drubbed Its local rivals
' 6 to 0 after n bitterly played affair.
lapl. Uernsteln. who will be lost to
V. Y. U. by graduation, was a powerful ,
factor In the backtleld. Not flashy but 1
cni!tent In whatever he did. Bernstein
"rrltd the chief burden of the team on ,
hn shoulderH. It was unfortunate for,
he Violet that Uernsteln was continually
Lik...i i ...i.i.i. '
Mm on the Hldellnerthe greater patt of,
iatt year uh well as this.
Howard Cann Ih looked upon by N. Y.
c. as the best player on the team, but
Pan.. 1. .. at..., . I . . 1 i 1. . I . . i.M
nun r.iuicai JUUUS WHICH iiiuko llllll
wi,d at leaat to Capt. Uernsteln. Cann
l a HilemiM wieiivr stwi n elever nntn
fpienuut Kicxer ana a cieer open
.kcf nun fi clever uoen
Md runner once "the opportunity Is pro-,
Ided, but he was slow finding these
"pportunltles. McKenxle, Ted Cann,
Sokolower and u few others deserve
tpeclsl mention on the season's work,
Hetersal at Colsimbla.
Ktithuned by the great record of
Columbia during 1915, the students of
the Mornlngalde Heights Institution were
not exp-ctlng such a reversal aa struck
the Blue and White aggregation this
Hitnn. Columbia won only one game
jut of eight played and scored In only
o of tho lot. It was defeated by ap
farently weak teams and failed to break
tie with others which have no claims
to any great laurel on the IS 16 grid-
The bent ffort of Columbia was1
nlnst Kwnrthmnr whbh was held to
n 18 to 0 score. Its poorest game was
wilh Wesleyan, which won y 40 to 0.
At times Columbia gave promise of de
jeloplng power, but for the most part
the season was just one setback after
There was not a player who stood out
t Columbia. Cant. Ilealv might i have i
wen relied upon to brace up the poor
enorts of tho others had not he been 1
Seriously lnlnri.,1 Th. nliaenpn lif Mil
r, the quarterback of 1HIK, who kicked
numerous goals from the field, cut down
the efficiency of Columbia to a minus
nuantlty and realty left Columbia help
Ida, Almost every player on the squad who
v any promise of doing anything
orlh while wns knocked out by Injuries.
1'rolably no team In the country suffered
much in this respect as did Columbia.
Th pronpects are none too bright for
"it year, as the freshmen did not ex
hibit anything worth while.
Mkr Columbia. KteveiiM was beset by
injuries which robbed It of Its three star
Mayers for the greater part of the sea
. When these men did get Into -notion
t'tey helped jpull the eleven out of
th quagmire and enabled It to flniata
schedule without 4Utt Htmnm
I r NCfrTDN - CENTRE W""' tmmmsKS- ARMY . GUARD - ST
GEORGIA TECH AND
, GEORGETOWN LEAD
Teams in Hot Battle for High
Score Honors GtTroy
By I.KORMK B. I XUftHWOOII,
. Oeorgetown and fleorgln Tech are
having a remarkably close battle for
the Juggernaut nonora of the gridiron,
and although the Tech team at present
Is leading the wearerx of the lllue and
Uray, Cleorgtn having rolled up 421
points to Georgetown!! 413, the Cath
olic Collegians yet may nose out the
Tech has completed Its schedule, while
Oeorgetown has ivie more game To
play that with Tulune next Saturday.
If the Washington warriors piny to form
they should swamp Tulane and roll up
enough lolnls to overcome Ouorgla's
amine point lead for high scoring honors
of the season.
Albright and llucknell have almost as
many points scored against them us
Georiretow;n and Ueorgla Tech piled up
for themselves. The opponents of Al
bright rolled up 331 points to Albright's
20, which gives Albright the ltstern
booby prise. Hucknell made only 99
points to Its opponents 301.
1.1 1 tie 13S pound Johmiy Gllroy of
Georgetown and Klmer Ollphant, the
blonde Titan of the Army, weie the
biggest Individual point scorers of the
Hasten) gridiron. The Oeorgetown
crack captured the high score honors,
piling up 138 points to Oilplant's 124.
Gllroy probably will fatten his lead In
the coming Oeorgetowu-Tulane ame.
(illroy Has IN Touchdowns.
Gllroy manufactured his 118 points
with elahteen touchdowns and thirty
; goals from touchdown. Ollphant achieved
his 124 points with the aid of fifteen
touchdowns, twenty-two goals from
touchdown and four goals from the field,
"JlI,1er ,?' awKla Tec i, who ! ands
'lrd In high scor ng honors made one
j"re touchdown than Ollphant, cross.
Insr the goal I ne of the enemy Mxteen
U-, ruPPer kicked three goal, from
1'ltzpatrlck of Boston College stands
fourth In individual high scoring, and
Oerrish of Dartmouth fifth. Pollard of
, . . t..,v... m ni
J !2W?, l.h Kemnn nt Hnrt?Lfleld
"e(1 for lx'h. Hermon of Hprlngneiu
. .,,., ,, m.,.iv, whinrimi
. . ..... ... - . ...
'''!- : " .2 w-"s'T ?
and Jefferson ninth. Mueller of Cornell
and McQuade of Oeorgetown are tied
for tenth place. Georgetown is tne
only team to have more than one man
among the ten leaders.
Gllroy of Georgetown, with 30 goals
from touchdown, led all players In that
department, but waa closely pressed by
I'raes of Georgia Tech, with 25, and
De Vltalls of Hrown, with 23. Five
players tied for field goal honors. Spence
of Georgia Tech, Hasel of Bulgers, Hhlv
erlck of Cornell. Hastings of Pittsburg
and Berry of Pennsylvania, all booting
live goals fiom the field.
Three Teams Musi 300 Point.
Georgetown and Georgia Tech are
the only elevens which have rolled up
400 points or mere. I'enn Htnte Is the
only other team which totalled more
than 300. The Hlate scoring macniue
manufactured 348 points. Among the
elevens which rolled up more than 200
points on their opponents were Colgate,
I'lttshurg. Hyracuwo, Army, Dartmouth,
Washington and Lee, Brown, Michigan
In the football rankings which were
published In yesterdays huK, I'lttsourg,
Colgate, Army and Brown were given
the first four places In the Eastern rank
ing. Aa far as points scored went, I'ltts
bun: hnd 256, Brown, 254 ; Army, 235,
and Colgate, 218.
Colgate had a hard schedule, meeting
among others, Illinois, Yale, Hyracuse
arid Brown. The Brunonlans, among
other, tackled Harvard, Yalo nnd Col
Kate. JMttshuTsT showed Its class agnlnsl
I'enn, Navy, Hyracuao, I'snn Mate,
Washington and Jeffeison and Carnegie
Tech, all strong elevens. Notre Dumo,
Hprln'gflotd nnd the Navy were the
stroiwest opponents the Army had to
Prlcta'a Dofeaalva llreaajth.
In point scoring th old Big Four
stood : xaM, Mat-rans, ii rrmcs-
:tO. Ill, M4 HMa, 1M. rHassttOn
MllfillillflJivlWt HvVy Mr iMMrlMIt Py4 tbt IctU chooL
, ..jw, r, iairi,.ji, fsvmu ;.I..l,,r..i,ln
With One More
. Has Fine
:i North Carolina.
ii Maaa Afiltsl...
T Annapoha ...
11 Poriliiam ......
CI-N. C. Afile
31 Kuaquehanna .
lt-V. aliJ L
5 Noire Dam..,
IT Springfield ...
13 Annapolis ...
11-N II Slate .
i: llo.ton Colter.
IT Lebanon V.illey.
s Prim non ...
11 Syiarue . .. .
:i irrainui ,
HI-Albright ... .
3' Iehanon Val.. .
r Calhollc Untr...
IT-Kranklln i. M
IT ?rlnnl.l .
li Sjrracure .
3-Wea; Virginia.. 01
3;-Prank & Marth 0
0 Swarthmore ... 4
o Pltubura- JO
1-R 1 Stale .
7 Dartmouth ....
ts-Wealminsler . ..
y Annapolis .. ..,
20 Henn.jrlvanla ,.
3T-Wa.li. and Jeff.
11- Penn State
21- Holr Croaa
IS Carnegie Tech.,
3T Man. Aggle. ,,
2 Penniylranla ..
ST. JOHN 9
o Gorge Waah'n, 4
0 Ml. St. Mary's, t
0-Peiin Mil. Arad. 6
0 Washington .... 0
(-Mil. Slate 31
0 Delaware 14
17 We.lern .MU,..,
( Johna Hotiklns. 1
!1-Penn. M. C
r, Steven ,
0 Dlcklnaon . ..
14 St. Johns
7-Ml. Si. Marra
0 llolr Crota
T-N. II. State
: j ihi.uuiii ,
10 Bowdoln ....
e Ohio Stats ...
14 Minnesota ...
18 points were tallied against the Tiger,
ileirplte the fact that Princetons sched
u'e Included contest; with Harvard
Yale and Dartmouth. Thirty-four point
were scorea against iiaTvard, 44 against
Yale nnd 43 against Pennsylvania.
Defensively, Prlnreton lends all tht
elevens mentioned, her tally of 16 blnr
tne low score. Tennessee In tho Houtl
had only 16 points scored ngalnxt It
and Missouri In tho West had only H
Only 20 points were scored ngalnst Korrt.
Ham, but the Maroon eleven was not
called upon to face many strong offen
sives, Georgetown being practically the
only eleven with a strong uttack to clash
TITLE IN DISPUTE.
laeomla Tech and Tennessee Claim
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 2. The football
title In hoth the Bouthern Intercollegiate
AthlAtlc Association territory and In the
rouin ai large is in uispute tills Heason,
Georgia Tech and the University of Ten
nessee, the only undefeated teams In the
association, Iny clulm to premier honors
In that territory, while these two wIiooIh
nnd Washington nnd Ie are contenders!
for the All-Southern title.
Washington and I. played hut on
big Houthern school Georgia Tech and
the game resulted In a 7 to 7 tie. Ten
nessee defeated Vanderhllt, which In
turn defeated Auburn, while Auburn was
overwhelmed on Thanksgiving Day by
gsiuir irnnasHts nor vaaaer
, ij -TiLr.
Game to Play, Georgetown
Chance to Lead Teams in Scoring
e Dartmouth ....
T Wore tier P..
0 Dickinson 0,
t3 Oeorgetown .... 1
1 (-Maryland Hate. 7
l Pittsburg 20
11 West Virginia.. 7
J7 Georgia :
S W, and L 10
16 V. c. Aggies....
I 25-Carnegl Tech., 0 7 West Point
301 l-VirKlnla 1
i Wah. and Jfff 14
- Ilronn . I
0 Pittsburg . -It-Michigan
:o Tutts . . .
2-Fon MrKlnler .
10 lloljr Cross
0 Mam. Agrles,,..
27 Susquehanna .. 0
5.' Westminster ... 0
to llucknell 7
19W. Va. Wes.... 0
01' of Penn 15
4 Gettysburg .... 2
T (irneva 0
10 Lrhtih I
40 Lafarrtt 0
0 Pittsburg . . .. Jl
7 Com State
n Princeton .... ..
T Conn. Aggies ...
0-R. I. State.' ...
9-Worcesler P I..
14 Iloston Coller.. 17
14-N. Y. University 0
WASH AND JEFF
11 - W. Va. Wes.. .,
12 Westminster ...
o Pittsburg ,
10-Wash. and Lee,
2-8. Dak. Assies..
II Ohio Slate
C Swarthmore . .
17 Orevon Amiss..
n-Lebanon Val..., II
31 Iowa ..i. ...
0 Notre Dame.
o-l"enn Slate, .
0-Lehlgh . ,. .
21 Conn. A. C 10
IS N, llamp. State
41 S. Dak. Arslea,.
Il-S. Dakota II...
tl-S. Dakota V...
S Illltioi 14
at Wisconsin .
4 Chicago ...
A Norwich , ,, .
t Rochester . .
7 I'enn. Slate. .
0 Cornell . . .
0 Muhlenberg .
0 Prlnreton . ...
0-N. Y Unlr, .
t Worcster Po v.
0 Delaware o
18 Conn. Aggies,..
1-R. P. I
ft Carleton ....
7 Wisconsin ,,,
0 Minnesota .,,
7 Wash, and Lee., u1
0-Oettysbura ... 17
0 Georgrlosn . 7!
-Lebanon Vallev, 0
o ui sinus CI
C John Hopkins, 34
o Gallaudet 4l
' .lohi's (I
o-Pnn Mil Acad. 17
I Johns liupklns.ll
4-MI, St, Mary's. 13
11 Washington ...
1 Gettysburg ..,
0-Burkntll . . .. 17
0-Muhlenberg .... IS
0 Georgetown .... W
20-Geo. Wash 0
27 Johns Hopkins,, o
2 Stat is
6-West Virginia.. U
27 VUlanova Si
o-Husqufhaiiiia ,. 21
I7-P.nn. M, A... . 21
17-Huckne II i
12- MI. St. Marva,. SI
13- Frank. 4 M.... 20
1 A VEKrUKP,
0-Strens Inst,.,, 0
i-n. y. u 7
o Delaware 0
I2-Ohlo Weileran. 0
Jl-f ami M
II Johns Hopkins,
7 Illinois r.
21-Northwestern ,. 1,
4 Western Reaerv 0
13 Delaware 0
orordhani , 12
l-Georg Wash'n, 0
i-Ksat'n College,, t
40-Mt. It. Mary's. I
10 West Point m
K-Mlrhlgan Ant C
jonna nop sine., n
I. John 17
0 Lafarett 0
20 Maryland State. 0
6 Vermont .. ..
0 I'nlon . .
0 Williams .
0 Snarthmore ...
0 Weslersn . ..
0-N, V. c
n Harvard .. .
IJ N. II. State .
20 Fort Mi'Ktnley
C Dartmouth ....
ts-S" II Stale
43- R. I. state
44 Worcester P I.
It Holy Cro.s ..
13Wash. and Lee. 11
14-Iloly Cross.. ..
0 W Vs. Unlv...
H-VV. and J...
3 N. Y V
It-Hlchmond ... .
O-Harvsnl . ..
25 South Carolina,
3 Norwtvb ....
0 Hrown . .. .
0 Weat Point
7 (Iosioii Collese,
ft North Carolina,
. SV-iKrA-.-' ' ' nl
0-N II. State.. ,.
0-R. 1. State
0 Colby ,
M Fort Adams.. .
t -Vt nuttV fill' i "
Army .. .. "
7-Navr .. . ,
31 Prnna. M. C...
15 Catholic I'nlv.
7 Ursinus .
11 Connecticut .... 4
0 Boston Colleie.. :J
n New Hampshire 12
CI W, College
0 IMckinson . .
21-F. and M
Jft-P. M. C
7 Muhlenbtrr .
0 10 Lalarelle 4,
10 t-l'.Tll 0
t t-F. alHl M 0
31 13-tlrslnua 1
14 Johns Hopkins.. C
15 Columbia 0
20 Dickinson 20
54 Carroll 0
p. AND M.
4ft-St, Joe C. C .
0 Syracuse , .
24 Mount I'ninii... C
Mlih. Aggies... 0
14 Sjracuae 13
i Washington .. 71
70-Oettysburg .... II
34-Mt, SI, Mary's, C
r.i & nt. jonn s..
a 27-l!alMudet ..
IT Wash. College, . 0
o uniTitnirr . ...
o, Wsshlnglon ,
0 Swarthmore , ,
21-Western Md.. ,.
7 llaverford ....
42 -I aiuiis in
2J-R. P. I...
13 -llucknell ,
lft Mil. Slate
a Incklnson , 0
t Nsvy 14
Ift-N. Y II 7
61 Johns Hopkins, 0
7-lVnn Stat, ...
ft-Muhlenberg . .
ft lrineeton ,. ,.
0-N Y. V
7-W. and T
o-Gfttysbiirg ,. .
0 Oeorgetown . .
W. AND L,
7 Georgia Tecb,,
s-W snd J.
21-N, C. Aggies .
d Clarkson . . .
0-N. Y, II,.,
14 St, Laurence, ,
7-Wnrceater Poly 6
o Steveni 19
0-N, Y. V..
IS-R. P. I.,..
1S-F. and M
2.' Cumberland ,,,,
in North Carolina,,
7-Wash. and L.
it Alabama ,
. n a 'r:
OHIO STATE BEST
OF WESTERN TEAMS
With Harley Rumiiiifr Wild
Buckeyes Have Leading
Right to Title.
Football In the middle West this fea
foil taileu to reacn me mnra sei in paecpe viiullr. iironn
. . . . .
jije.irs. mere was a nuiiirnuir isca u
ntgll class -mieriai, scarcity oi auou .
coaching and falling off In power of at- I
tack, n point of football In which teams'
lof the middle Western section have led
I heretofore, The elevens ratvd high at
i the start of the seanon were dethroned by
thos thought weaker. Only one team ,
stood nut undefeated, that lieing Ohio
State, which not r.nly Is entitled to con-,
feretice championship rating but gener-
ally Is looked upon as the best In the
Teams outside the conference, such as
Michigan. Notre Da.T..' Nebraska and the j
Michigan Agglet, were not overly suc-i
cwsful this season. By Its defeat by the
Army Notre Dame loses most of ' It. an-
nuiii Kioij,, uniiuuKii ii RMiTiiru i v
mussing up the Michigan Aggies and
' South Dakota. The Michigan team
"lost to Michigan and Notre Dam, and
i one more Is relegated to the ruck from
where It came three years ago. Notre
name probably wns the best team out-
niun till- luillil- iiim
Mirhlgnn hnd about th poorst rason
i il nun nuiirriu ill e-ii'idi mie. vmiiri
7 ana Pennsylvania eacn suimuea ..ncni-i
gan. nna n was oniy nnie ro ueieai nyra-
rllliP after a bitter strucEle In which a
.., nnn attn.-U turneil Hie tlile nf the
3 ' game.
jjj Mliiiiesota Wns Strnna.
0 There were several agreeable surprise i
1 1 In the "Big Nine," the collegiate organi
' zatlon comprised of Chicago, Illinois,
7 j Northwestern, Minnesota, Wisconsin,
low.i, Ohio State, Purdue and Indiana.
53 1 Minnesota had a powereful team, with
j, six outstanding stars In Huston at end,
n Wymnn at fullback, Long at quarter
o i back, Tnwnley and Kklund guards and
3 Mnv.p lnltt. M.twt fulhiiVMru ,if lh
II I ,-,.n,a lhnnul.1 tUm l!n,.t,.ru V.. t. .
tne w est, nut ueieut nt tne nanus ni till-
mils cost Minnesota any title ratln.-.
llaston, who ployed left end for Min
nesota, was one of the best wing men
ever developed In the West. Adept at
ft calchlng forward passes, n deadly
17 tackier and capable of carrying the ball,
j Baston stood out nn a really remarkable
11 player. He captained his team and led
21 with splilt enough to convince all he Is a
;J great player.
Ohio Slnte by defeating Northwest
ern In Its final game, 23 to 3, and
thereby keeping Its slate clean for the
season, gained signal honors. Although
Ohio State did not play Chicago or
Minnesota, Its claims are just, as it
defeated Illinois nnd Northwestern, con-
im,tiir if MrnmeHritn Anil Phtn.ivi r..
j I spectlvely.
. Hurley la Sensation,
1,1 Ke .Minnesota, onto Mtate bad a
player who stood out In the West In
Chick Harley; thn nineteen-year-old
halfback sensation, Harley was a
powerful back who never waH halted,
and It was his sensational open field
running that beat both Illinois and
Northwestern, tho two teams In cham
Most of the Western, critics look nnnn
t:J Harley as the best back nf the year,
6 rating him even higher than Johnny
31 Maullbesch of Michigan nnd Cofall of
2:1 Nut re Dame, two outstanding stars. In
9 Ohio State's three big games Harley
j?; It wns who carried the day. Against
45 Illinois Harley raced mom than half
tne uistnnce or tne neiu ror unio mate s
only touchdown nnd kicked goal, win
ning for Ills team 7 to it, He ttcored
both touchdowns and kicked both goals
niralnst Wisconsin, which gave Ohio
n 14 to IS triumph.
In the game against Northwestern
the teams were deadlocked 3 to 3 In
the fourth period when Harley from
a kick formutlon evaded the forwards,
dodged past the secondary defence and
raced past Drlsooll of Northwestern for
a touchdown. Following this he again
ploughed along until th ball was In
position to be carried over by Capt,
Korensen of Ohio,
It la hard to give first place to a one
man team such aa waa Ohio State, hut
Harley Is able to shoulder th honors.
He la, to Ohio Btate what the InlmtUbl
Willi Heston wai to Michigan, and
many Western xprta mr referring to
Shi ve Rick
LEADING INDIVIDUAL POINT
SCORERS IN EAST.
(l.T. F.C.. Pta.
10 0 111
22 4 111
11 3 tl
ii t ;t
0 0 7:
4 o 7n
C 3 41
0 0 to
0 0 (0
Si 1 51
3 3 31
Ii 0 34
1 0 48
2.1 1 41
I) 0 4
1 r. 4i
2 0 44
7 5 40
0 3 It
11 .", 311
.0 0 3f
0 0 Si
0 0 34
n 0 4 2
0 0 30
0 0 3
li 4 3
II 0 St
1 i 15
3 0 31
3 n 23
0 4 30
0 A 30
0 0 30
3 0 27
2 2 21.
2 0 2ii
0 0 24
0 0 24
0 0 24
0 0 24
0 0 21
0 0 24
0 0 24
0 0 24
0 0 21
Nam and College. T.
Oilroy, Uorgtown IS
Ollphant, West Point.... 15
Struppr, Ueorgla Tech.. Is
Fltspatrlck. Boston Col..
Pollard. Hrown I:
Sermon. SprlngHeM 11
McCrslght. W. and J..., I
Murlltr. Cornell 10
McQuad. Oeorgetown, , , 10
Pra. Utorgla Tech I
Spncr, Oeorsla Tch.... i
If V. . I . .. IUr..,,nii n I
Hiii.nii. I'D .hi..
i Jh. 4rli Pittsburg
!'"' "J"' L'.'i.w " '
nhherlik. Porn-ll .' ! ' ' . .
Kolng, Penn Htt. ...
'J'""- ''nn s,t''
Hry? l-lnnVjl'.nli ?.'.':
Lne1' Tufts "
J;; "J ;;;;;:
Kellons, lienrahi Tech .
Senter. (leorgla Tech.
in on. c,
I W.lch'el, Nv;
Harley as another Heston. Not only
could Harley run with the bnll but
he did the field goal kicking and punt
Ini: and was adept at both.
I'ntlt defeated by Ohio State North
westorn was making great headway.
Coached by Fred Murphy of Yale, the
Purple upset tradition, precedent nnd
everything else by beating Chi
cago. Clipt. Dilsooll, the little
field general of the Purple, was n big
factor In Northwestern' succes. Like
Harley, Drlscoll was an open field iun
ner, u line punter and deadly at drop
kicking, He played so well that he has
been reelected captain of the team for
Aa before said, the Western senson
was not more than nn average one.
There were players of exceptional abll
Ity nnd possibly of All-America calibre,
but not any great number of them. The
open game which found so much favor
In the Wet In former years wns dis
carded for a running attack, usually
from a kick formation. Minnesota still
favored the shift formations made fa
mous by Dr. Williams, Its coach.
ANOTHER C. C. N. Y. COACH.
Kennedy. Direr and Sprinter, to
Joseph A. Kennedy, a well known Fognrly's team leadership, however, en
diver and sprinter, has been appointed i titles hltn In the honor. The Bronx grid
assistant swimming coach to Geoige It, der complied nn enviable reputation this
Meehani, one of the coaches In swimming
and water polo nt the College of the
City of New York. Ills addition give
C. C. N. Y, three coaches In aquatic,
Lionel McKenxle, general athletic trainer,
being the chief Instructor.
Mr. Kennedy took second place In the
1914 New Knglnnd championships and
fifth place in the Nationals In the siune
year. Ho Is also a sprinter, his spoclalty
belng the qunrter mile. A brother, John
Kennedy, Is head conch of Columbia Uni
versity's swimming team,
All Scholastic Greater New York Eleven.
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Wagner, Erasmus Hall
Maloney. Poly Prep,
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The curtain having been run down on
the local scholastic, football season, th
annual all scholastic selections are at
hand. Not In the memory of local schol
I astlc football patrons has there been
such a crop of good players. Practically
all the high schools havo been repre-
Isented by strong teams, and each eleven
presents several players worthy of con
sideration ror top laurels.
The first team, tho all scho ast la
eleven. Is selected from members of all
schools In Greater New York. The next
eleven Is chosen from Manhattan high
school players, while the third team I
made up or Brooklyn and Long island
On the all scholastic eleven six boys
from this side of the bridge deserve
places. Morris has tlire players, with
Htuyvesant, De Witt Clinton and Kord
ham Prep each one.
Hewlett Leads Knds,
The all Important question nf end
le considered first. To Hewlett of Poly
Prep Is allotted the position of left end
and Wagner of the Krosmus Hall team
is placed nt right end. Hewlett earned
an enviable reputation In scholastic grid
Iron circles thin year, his all round work
being one of the featurescf the sturdy
Wagner also stands out prominently
as nn end. The Flatbush boy played
almost as consistently as did Hewlett
and Is clearly entitled to n position on
the eleven. Grace of the New Utrecht
team, last year's selection as end. con
tinued his fine work this season. It Is
with difficulty that Grace Is relegated
to the second learn, but his work was
hardly equal to that of Hewlett and
Wagner. So good wns Wagner's play
In tho last few s-ames of the year that
Coach Forsythe of Erasmus placed Wag
ner In the back field, where he con
tinued to shine.
Itaymond of Toly Prep also played
brilliantly, and with Grace Is given a
position on the Junior eleven.
Carney of Morris and I.ea of Poly
Prep earn positions ns first tackles. In
addition to his clever tackling ability
Carney can punt and drop kick to good
advantage. He Is a heady player and la
quick to pick off men. la. the big.
rangy Brooklyn lad, would be a welcome
addition to many n college team. Last
year Lea came in for special notice, but
his work this seaaon far surpassed that
of 191 G.
Maher. Carney's teammate. Is given a
position on tho second eleven, as Is
Cromble of Flushing. Both Maher and
Cromble. did ery well this year.
Gnards Are lllKh Class.
For guards Bruckner of Morris and
Paul Ktxel of Brooklyn Prep are almost
of equal ability und hnth won places on
th first team, Bruckner are! ntsel
undoubtedly are two due guaidn. Both
boys played ndmlrably all year and did
much for their respective teams. Jack
.owl or i-ommereial and Bro-ill of Do
Witt Clinton also lire deserving of at
tention. GunnNon of Poly Prep starteJ
the season well but ended the cam
paign tinder a handicap.
Many candidates for tho position of
centre are worthy of more than passing
notice, Walter Having, Po Witt Clin
ton's pivot man. mote than hetrt his
own with rival pin vers nnd l chosen
first centie, lluving was n tower of
strength on the defence, nnd had an al
most uncanny ahlilty nt breaking
through a rival line and spoiling plays.
Captain Itogers of Stuyvesant runs Ho
vlng n close s.-cmvl. Herman Hehl, the
best of the Brooklyn centres, made n fine
showing, ns did Young of Pulv Prep and
Quail. Boys High.
Frank Moloney. Poly Prep's diminu
tive quarterback, who just missed being
choen a member of last year's honor
eleven, attains that height this season.
The little Brooklyn lad clearly outshone
other lenders In the city. His Judgment
at all times was beyond reproach
Seneca Samson of Stuyvesant plaved
a creditable game nil season nnd misses
the tlrst team by a narrow margin.
Other Imys who played well at quarter
back were Ingrnssla, Morris : Fred Hl
senberg, De Witt Clinton, and Kelly of
Frlsch I.endliiR HnrU.
l'rtnlt Frlsch of Fordhnm Prep Is se
lected as left halfback. hl wonderful
ground gaining nblllty brlnnlng the
Catholic Schools tlle to hi team.
Frlsch nnd Livingston of Hornre Mnnn
each did the best work nf the year for
his respective school. wtl tlio Ford
hnm boy having u simile the Ivetter of
the battle Alforil of Flushing, Sinclair
of Stuyve.sant and .Macdnr.ald of Poly
Prep iilno are deervlit uf praise,
Alfred Shuck, the Idol of Stuyvesant
High, Is placed nt right halfback. The
Kast Sixteenth street guilder's clever
(laying this yeni will not be forgotten
for Home time to come,
Matlock of Flushln'f proted himself
a fine back, and Ih placed on the sec
The position of fullback Is a tossup
between dpt Warren Kogarty of Morris
urn Miea. New t'trecht's hefty star.
season, lelng one of the hst Point gain
ers In the city In the opinion nf most
scholastic football followers the work of
Shea outelmne that nf Karlson. While
Karlson led the Brooklyn teams In the
mutter of Individual point" scored, there
Ih little telling what he would hnvo done
had It not been for the nbje assistance
of Shea. Other line backlleld men were
Frugone. Commercial ; De Ferrari. Bt.
Paul's School Tom Itellly, Flushing:
Mcphee, Krasinus, nnd Mort Hedmond,
Graiv. Nn Cirerht
. llrodil. I) Witt Cltnton
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ltanii)nil, Poly Preji
Sam. on. Sliitvesant
Illusion llnrai' Mann
Sliea, New Utrecht
Brooklyn and Long laland Eleven
Hewlett Pnly lTen,
Paul Etisl Brooltljn I'rt-p
Held Brooklyn Prep
Wagner Era.nius Hall
Maloney Poly Prep,
Alford Flushing ,
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