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EVENING- LEDGEE-PHILADELPHlA, FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 103.S,
GAME WITH GETTYSBURG' TOMORROW TO USHER IN PENNJS 1914 FOOTBALL SEASON
STATE GOLF SQUAD
MEETS DEFEAT IN
LESLEY GOLF PLAY
Three Matches to Two in
Foursomes Test Was
Held at Short Hills, N. J.
SHORT HILLS, X. J., Sept. 25.
Pennsylvania and metropolitan golfers
to the number of 10 on a side clashed
today on the links of the Baltusrol Golf
Club In the first of tho trlstatc matches
for tho llobort W. Lesley Cup. Five
foursomes teams fought It out first and
later on ten singles. Tho district winning
the most matches will meet the Massa
chusetts combination, holding tho Lesley
Cup, In tho decisive test tomorrow.
Pennsylvania presented Its teams for
the foursomes as follows:
William C. Fownes, Jr., Oakmont, and
George A. Ormlston, Allegheny; Eben M.
Byers, Allegheny, and Cameron 1?. Dux
ton, Huntingdon Valley; Itpglnald 3.
Worthlngton, Shawneo, and J. B. Crook
ston, Philadelphia: Howard W. Perrln,
Merlon, and W. P. Smith, Huntingdon
Valley; .1. Brondt Hose, Philadelphia,
nnd Louis M. Washburn, Philadelphia.
Opposing these in the order named
were tho following Metropolitan players:
Oswald Klrkby, Englewood, and Fred
Hcrreshoff, Garden City; Jcromn D.
Travers, Upper Montclalr, and Gllman
P. Tiffany, Powelton: Cornelius J. Sul
livan, Baltusrol, and Roy D. Webb,
Englewood; Max R. MarKton, Baltusrol,
and Gardiner W. White, Flushing; Archlo
M. Rcld, St Andrews, and Flndlay S.
Every one looked for a keen match
between Dyers and Buxton, for Penn
sylvania, and Travers and Tiffany, rep
resenting New York. That Travers had
decided to nbamton his driver for the
time being at least, was evidenced at
once, for he drove with his driving iron
from the first tee. The hole went to the
Pennsylvania pair, G to 6. The last named
couple would have had a four, but for
taking three putts.
Tiffany nlmost missed his drive for the
second tec, the ball not going more than
CO yards. On the other hand, Byers hit
a fl.no ball and when Buxtom laid the
next on the green, the Pittsburgh-Philadelphia
combination won In 4 to 6. there
by throwing 2 up.
Both Travers and Buxton drove the
third green, Travers' effort getting him
much nearer the flag. On this approach '
putt Byers failed to get up, and, when
Buxton missed his try for a three, tho hole '
went to the Metropolitan pair, 3 to I.
At the fourth hole Travers brought off
a 10-foot putt for a four, good enough to '
win there and square the match. The
Metropolitan pair became one up when
Buxton schlaffed his drive and his part- i
ner failed to carry the bunker on the
The Pennsylvania couple won the sixth
when the opposition took three putts.
They halved the long seventh in five and
the eighth up the hill in similar figures.
Both sides failed to make the green on
Had. Travers beerv able to bring off a
putt for a club's length on the ninth green i
his side would have won thrre, but as it '
was, they halved in four, which loft the '
rivals all square at the turn, the strokes I
reading K to 43 In favor of Pennsylvania. I
iney halvwl the tenth, or Island hole in
four, but Travers had a bad teo shot going
to No. 12. That mistake enabled the Penn
sylvania couple to win the hol In four
to live and tie.-onis one up again. The
twelfth was halved n four. From the
thirteenth tec Travers shoved a drive to
the trap and as the opposite got a 3. Penn
sylvania became 2 up. To the fourteenth
Tiffany pulled his drive to a trap nnd
Travers failed to get clear of the sand on
his effort. Byers topped his drive, hut
even so his side won tho hole in S to 6.
Now 3 up it looked like u certainty for
the Pennsylvania pair ard .-"itch proved
to bo the case, for after losing the flf.
teenth they halved tho next two holes,
thereby winning the match 2 up and 1 to
Hers and Huxtnn
out :. t 4
Travers ami Tlffanv
Out n n .-,
Itysrs urd Huxtm
In 4 4 -t
. Travers anil Tiffany
In 4 r. 4
MRS. FITLER MEETS
MRS. FOX IN FINAL
NOBLE GOLF MATCH
Aspirants for the Berthellyn
Cup at Huntingdon Valley
C. C. Defeated Opponents
in Semi-finals Today.
NOBLE, Fa., SopL 2S.-Bolh semifinal
matches for the Berthellyn Cup nt the
Huntingdon Valley Country Club, al
though won by fairly comfortable mar
Fox, Huntingdon Valley, won from Mrs.
E. H. Fitter, Merlon Cricket Club, con
tinued her good work by defeating Mrs.
C. II. Vanderbock, Philadelphia Cricket
Club, 3 up and 2 to play, nnd Mrs. C. H,
Fox, Huntington Valley, won from Mrs.
Milton Hcrold, Phllmont, 4 up and 3 to
Tho first three holes In the Mrs. Fltler
Mrs. Vanderbeck match were halved, but
Mrs. Vanderbeck should have, won the
thltd, a missed putt resulting In a half
In seven. She broke the tie by winning
wio iourtn, but overran the cup on her
third on the sixth green, nnd then missed
coming back. Mrs. Fltler was down In
par 4 and tho match was squared.
Mrs. Fltler was handed the seventh
hole, one could almost say, on a gold
platter. Both were on the green In four,
and well up with their approach putts.
It lookod like a sure half In six, but Mrs.
Vanderbeck misted a ten-Inch putt and
Mrs. Filler was one up.
Mrs. Vonderbeck secured par 5 to 9 for
Mrs. Fltler on the eighth, and again the
match was even. The ninth was halved
In 6, and both were out In 47.
Mrs. Fltler became one up by running
down a twenty-foot putt for a 3 on the
tenth and lost the eleventh after driving
out of bounds. She was one up again
after playing the twelfth, as Mrs. Van
derbeck drove Into the creek. The thir
teenth and fourteenth were halved, but
Mrs. Fltler should have won the four
teenth, as she was on the green In two
and took four putts.
Mrs. Vanderbeck missed a short putt
for a half on the fifteenth and Mrs. Flt
ler became two up. The match ended
on the sixteenth green, where Mrs. Fltler
was down In 6 to 7 for Mrs. Vanderbeck.
LOCAL CLUBS AFTER
NATIONAL HILL AND
Amateur Athletic Union
Junior Cross Country Race
Being Sought by German
town Boys' Club and
There Is some talk of bringing the
National Amateur Athletic Union Junior
cross-country championship rftce to this
city. Secretary Meyer, of the Middle At
lantic Association of the Amateur Ath
letic Union, announced that In all prob
ability the event would be hold here
sometime this fall, as several of the
local hustling athletic cubs were bidding
for the honor.
The Germantown Boys' Club, It Is said
upon good authority, Is eager to hold the
event but the names of the other or
ganizations In the field were not named.
An Ideal cross-country run could be staged
In Falrmount Park, and It will be pleas
ing news to the local hill and dale ath
letes to know that there Is a likelihood
of the national race being decided here,
A number of local athletes are training
for tho track meet to be held October 3,
nt the Northeast High School field. The
Hale & Kllburn A. A. Is the promoting
organization. Entries close with E. J.
Rankin, 1204 Chestnut street, next Mon
day. If the national collegiate championship
cross-country race Is decided In 1915 here,
athletic followers will have another big
feature of sport An announced In these
columns several days ago, the University
of Pennsylvania has a splendid oppor
tunity to secure the event If It takes the
AGAIN DEFEAT SOX
Continued from Tare 1
Murphy singled over second, Barry going
to third. Barry scored and Murphy went
to second on the double steal. Walsh
walked. Eddie Collins lined out to Weav
er. One run, one hit, no errors.
Brctton struck- out Wolfgang fouled to
Mclnnis. Demmltt filed to Stnink. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Strunk filed to J. Collins, Wolfgang
threw out Mclnnis. Blackburne threw
Baker out. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Blackburne out, Bakor to Mclnnla. Col
lins singled to right. Fournler filed to
Harry In short left. Schalk went out,
Mclnnis to Slmwkey. No runs, one hit,
Barry was out, Bretton to Fournler.
Shawkcy fanned, Schang beat out a
short bounder In front of the plate nnd
went to third on Schalk's wild throw.
Blackburne threw Murphy out. No runs,
ono hit, one error.
Weaver filed to Walsh. Eddie Collins
throw out th. Bretton out, Mclnnis
unassisted. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Walsh filed to Collins. Roth was under
E. Collins' fly. Strunk fanned. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Barry threw out Wolfgang, Demmltt
out, Shawkoy unassisted. Blackburno
walked. Collins filed to Walsh. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Athletics Wenvcr throw out Mclnnlc.
Baker tripled to right. Barry out, Bret
ton to Fournler, Baker sticking to third.
Schang filed to Demmltt. No runs, one
hit, no errors,
Chicago Fournler filed to Barry, Schalk
filed to Baker. Weaver singled to cen
tre. Roth popped to E. Collins. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
OLD PENN'S TEAM
RESTS ON EVE OF
PICKELS SHOWS THE WAY
Philadelphia Entry Wins Free-Tor-All
After Six Heats.
ALLENTOWN, Ta., Sept. 25. On ac
count of the rain last evening, tho track
at the Allentown Fair was In a very
muddy condition delaying today's pro
gram by nearly three hours. The frco-for-all
pace postponed from Thursday's
card, was the first race run oft and re
quired six heats.
Red and Blue Eleven Runs
Through Light Signal
Drill on Franklin Field.
Journey Placed at Guard.
Pennsylvania's football team ran
through a spirited practlco late this after
noon In preparation for tho Initial game
of the season with Gettysburg Collego
tomorrow afternoon. Head Coach Brooke
refused to permit a scrimmage for fear
of Injuring his players and also because
they have been worked so hard all week.
There was the usual preliminary drill
In punting, cntchtng and returning kicks,
and then Brooke ran an cloven through
tno ploys which are to be used tomorrow.
Neither Brooke nor his assistants would
state definitely what the line-up for to
morrow would be. That will be decided
at a conference of tho coaches this even
ing, but In nil probability the two teams
will take the field with the following
Chlrstn, 0 rhlllleit, X (1st same),
rhllltes, 0 Chlrnftn, 2 (2d game),
Boston, 5 Cincinnati, 0 (1st game),
Boston, Cincinnati, 2 (2d garnet 8 In-
left end .
. centra ,,,
Harris , rlcht tackle Marks
Koons ,,,. right end McKcc
Irwin quarterback Hoar
Hughes left halfnack Rwopo
Jones ,,. right halfback Stoney
Matthews fullback Strntton
The rted and Blue coaches Intend to make
a great many chanitoj as the same progresses,
snd the chances are that at least two full elev
ens will get a chanco to show what they can
do. All the coaches were elated this afternoon
over the arrival of cool weather.
Hardly a football man was seen on the field
this morning because all the men were at
terdlng the opening exercises of the University.
Jourdet to Coach Penn Five
Lon Jourdet, former end at Pennsylva
nia and captain of the 1912-13 basketball
team, has been appointed this season's
coach of the cngo candidates. Tho ap
pointment has yet to be ratified by the
board of directors of tho Athletic Association.
Out 4 t 7 0 i A 7
Out 4 7 .1 4 S 7 5 fl 17
In 3 r 4 B 0 8
In 4 4 B H a 0 7
Mrs. Fox and Mrs. HeroM were even In
their match at tho turn, and still even
going to the eleventh. Mrs. Fox won four
successive hnles, and the fifteenth was
halved, ending the match, with Mrs. Fox
4 up and 3 to play.
Out 3 fl fl 4 4 7 7 447
Out 5 5 8 4 0 6 5 fl 40
In 4 S 3 4 5
In 4 0 5 8 7 5
FIRST SIXTEEN nEnTHELYN CIT.
Mrs. Caleb F. Fox. Huntington Valley, di
fated Mrs. Hcrold, Phllmont, 4 up and 3
Mrs. Fltler. Merlon, defeated Mrs. Van-d-rtwok.
Philadelphia Crlck-t Club, 3 up and
2 to play.
SECOND SIXTEEN NOItLE CUP.
Miss II. E. Maule. Merlon, defeated Mis
May nell. Philadelphia Cricket Club, 7 up
and S to play.
Mr. W. W. Justlee. Philadelphia CrlcVet
Club, defeated Mrs. W. S. Hllles, Wllmlnr
ton, 1 ur,.
THIRD SIXTEEN ADDED CfP
Mrs. o. II. Stetson. Huntington Valley Coun
try -luh, defeated Mrs. Huhanl. Hiintlnirdon
Vnll-y Country Cluh, 2 up and 1 to play.
Mrs. F. V Morris. Huntingdon Valley Coun
try Club, defeated Mrs. It. W. Haines, West
Chester. 1 up.
FirtST SIXTEEN DEFEATED EIGHT
Mi's cavely defeated Miss Hood, B up and
fi to nlaj
Miss Sterling defeated Mrs Peck, 4 up and
2 to plav.
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It. R. Worthlngton nnd James Crook.i
ton proved a happy combination at the
expense of Cornelius Sullivan and Hoy
tVc-bh. who dhl not "lit" well at all. At
the 12th, afu-r Crooitstmi had approached
to a bunker. Worthliigti'ti made a sensa
tional recover from the sand, tht, ball go.
Ing Into the hole for n 3. The hol was
halved. tVorthlngton and his partner won
by 5 up and 4 to play.
On th" other hand. Max Marston and
Gardiner 'White always; had tho better of
the argument against the Phllndelphlans,
Howard Pcrrin and V. P. Smith. Out
In 38, White ami Marston turned fnr home
i up, and they won hy 3 and 2 margin.
Klndlay Douglas, the Metropolitan cap.
tain, and Ar-hie Held defeated the col
legians, J. B. Itoso and I.. M. Washburn,
8 tip and 3 to r'ay. At the llth Mouglas
brought off a sensational mashie shot out
of the long grass for a 3,
With each side having two matches to
Its credit Interest ran high when Fred
Herreshoft and Oswald Klrkby finished all
square on the home green, with W. C
Fownes, Jr , and George Ormlston. Tho
last named pair previously had been one
up with two holes to play.
Fownes and Ormlfrtn mada a hash of
the home hole. Orm'xton first putting his
drive to the rocks. They took six.
To the nineteenth Fownes drove the
rough and after Ormleton had got nut
short, Fownes made the green on his
third. Klrkby putted his second shot to
the rough and thus halved In flvo. To
the twentieth holo both got on In 3, but
after Orintston fulled to lay the, approach
putt dead. Fownes missed the next and
that enabled Klrkby nnd Herreshoff to win
In 4 to 5. That Kave the Metropolitans
the odd match In the foureomes.
W. C. Fownea, Jr , and f!rorg Ormlston-. O
E. M. nyers and c. II. Iluxton
It. S. Worthinston and J. II. Crookston.... 1
B. W. 1'mln and V. P. Smith.....,.,,,., ft
J. B. Itoae and U M. Washburn 0
OFF HIS GAME IN
Pennsylvania Opens Up Its
Season With Gettysburg
Here and Fur is Sure to
Fly With Teams in Shape, j
By EDWARD K. BUSHNELIi
Every day marks some development
for the better In the making of Penn
sylvania's backfleld. First Head Coach
Brooke brought about a decided Im
provement In the kicking. The return
of Avery gave the Quakers a backfleld
man who could get distance and height
to his punts. In addition to Avery two
other promising backfleld men have
shown decided Improvement In the kick
ing line. They are Irwin nnd Ballou,
rival candidates for the quarterback
position. Irwin hns been used at quar
ter with more regularity than Ballou.
and likewise has been used to do more
kicking, but the latter has already made
his reputation as a kicker, and when
the time comes It Isn't likely that he
will be outklcked by any one, with tho
possible exception of Avery.
Yesterday Brooke concentrated his
preliminary coaching on teaching all the
backfleld candidates to catch kicks and
run them back through a broken field.
In this work Merrill and Hughes have
been showing the best form. Brooke
used this kind of practice to teach his
men the art of straight-arming oncom
ing tacklers and shifting the ball from
arm to arm s they run, In order to '
FOOTBALL GAMES TOMOKROW
Penn vs. Gettysburg, at Franklin
Harvard Vs. Bates, at Cambridge.
Tates vs. Maine, at New Haven.
Princeton vs. Rutgers, at Princeton.
Cornell vs. Pittsburgh, at Ithaca.
Penn State vs. Westminster, at State
Amherst vs. Bowdoln, at Amherst.
Ichtgh vs. F. and M nt Bethlehem.
Fordham vs. Georgetown, at New
Dartmouth va. Mass. Aggies, at Han
Some Big Football Games
Are Scheduled Tomorrow
and Will Mark the Real
Opening of the 1914 Sea-
cret practice will start next Wednesday.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Sept. 2n.-The open
ing of tha seaeon Saturday against Maine led
the Tale coaches yesterday to put the men
through a hard drill, although the acrlmmag
Ing In the heat of tha past few days has tired
the men out, since they ae not hardened after
their summer vacations. The practice was
secret, as It has ben all the week.
ITHACA, X. T Sept. M. A mishap to the
plumMng In the Percy Field Clubhouse yester
day drove the Cornell football players Indoors
and a secret practice was staged In the base
ball case on Alumni Field, known as nacon
Hall, All outsiders were ordered outand for
an hour and a half the team ran through the
plays to be worked In tho Pittsburgh game.
ANN AnnOR, Mich,, Sept. 2.".. For the
first time In the history of the Yost regime
at Michigan, a droplrlck was used In scrim
mage yesterday. Slnwn booted a perfect goal
from the 2i-yard line. Maulhctsch made the
only touchdown In a series of plunges, which
wore down the second line.
ANNAPOMS, Md.. Sept. 2.'.. AVIth muih
cooler weather as an Incentive the pace of
the Naal Academy football squad was In
creased some yesterday afternoon. Head
Coach Howard was assisted by Lieutenant
Ohorinley and Ensign Dalton, the latter
ii-in ti Itsirn tlsnss fnlltnai inil tttlI tisivx
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nil wno fliarra m mis war in . eu
Penn Freshman, Paired
With His Sister in Mixed
Doubles, Beaten by Miss
G. and L. H. Gibbs
Oswald Klrby and P. Herreshoff l
1 D. Traiera and O. V. Tiffany 0
". J. Sullivan and Uoy Webb a
Max Marston and 11. W White 1
'A. M. Held and V. S. Douglas I
Match play sumroarlea:
Klrby and Herreho(t beat Fownea and Or
mlatoo. t up CK holes). Ilyars and Huston brat
Travers and Tiffany. 2 up and 1 to play;
Wortblngton and Crookston at Hulllian ant
Webb, 6 up and I to play; Marston and White
beat Ptfrrln ami Smith. 1 up and 3 to play;
Bald and Douglas beat Itoae and Washburn. 3
up and 3 to play.
Yamada Beats Cutler Easily
NEW yOHK, Sept. V6.-I11 a 11.1 balk
tln billiard game last night at the Morn
Jngslde billiard rooms. Kojl Yamada de
feated Albert G. Cutler by 300 to 15T. The
winner's highest run was H nd bis aver-
HAVEKFORD, Pa.. Sept. 15. Play in
thf women's tennis championship tourna
ment for tho Philadelphia and District
titles In singles, doubli-s and mixed
doubles, continued here this afternoon.
The first matches were In the semi
final rounds of tha singles. In which Mrs.
H. Harrison Smith, of Merlon, met Miss
Marlon Cresswell, of the Philadelphia
I'rlcket i:iub, In the upper division of the
draw, while In the lower bracket the proc
ess if elimination brought together Mrs.
U Carey Potter, Merlon Cricket Club
champion, and Mrs. V. N. Itleg, also of
Mrs. S. C Potter dfeated Mrs. V. N.
llifcg in straight sots, 6-:, 6-2 Although
Mrs Hig played a plucky game, Mrs. Pot
ters placing was too much for her. Ixing
rallies were practically Impossible on ao
coutit of the wetness of the grounds.
Miss Marion 'rebwell defeated Mrs. H.
H. Smith in straight sets. -:, 8-1. The
ease, with which .Miss freiwell won came
somewhat as a surprise, since Mrs. Smith
had tccn efetcd to make her play at her
best. Selther of th' St, Martin's stars
played at top spenl, hut Miss Cresswrll
won on her ability to cover the ground
The damp ground bothered Mrs. Smith,
who slipped and fell once while trying
to make a fairly easy oacKnanu atroKe.
Miss Oresswell and Mrs. Potter will meet
In the flnal round tomorrow, and a splen
did match should result. The match
will bo an Interclub affair. Mlas Cress
well comes from the Philadelphia and
Mrs. Potter from the Merlon Cricket
Miss S. Myers defeated Miss C. Chase
in straight eets, 7-5. f-. In the final
round of the consolation singles compe
tition. The playing ranked among the
best seen so far In the tournament.
In tho first match finished In the ladles'
doubles. Miss Helen Alexander and
Miss I). Uisston defeated Miss M.
Williams and .Mrs. I. W. Roberts In
straight sets. 6-t, 7-5. The playing In
this match was the beat that has been
seen In any of the matches In doubles.
Tho superior tenm work of the St. Mar
tin's girls secured for them a victory In
both hard fought sets, but Miss Williams
and Miss Roberts, although defeated,
played some excellent tennis and made
the winners show their beat form.
Summary Championship Doubles,
Miss Helen Alexander and Miss
Dorothy Dlsston defeated Miss M, Wil
liams and Mrs. I. W, Roberts, 1-4, T-I,
r.esday's scrimmage, but yesterday
Hughes did quite as well, making sev
eral sensational runs. In both of which
he outsprinted a field of tacklers and
added to his effectiveness by his clever
dodging and straight-arming. A good
open field runner must" master this art.
and It augurs well for the future of
the Quaker backfleld that so many of
the men are doing It so well In prac
tice. There will be no scrimmage today be
cause the coaches wish to give the men
a complete rest for the Gettysburg
game tomorrow. The tremendous heat
of the past week has resulted In a loss
of weltcht with every man on the squad.
To some of the men this was fortu
nate, but others have suffered. Still n
scrimmage practice was absolutely nec
essary to secure the hardening required
for a game,
Princeton mn are showing a great deal
of elation over the fine work of Roland,
the former Lafayotte player now at
Princeton. Roland was the life of the
Tiger ecrubs last year and he promises
to develop Into one of the stars of the
varsity backfleld this fall. He Is so
fast and strong that It takes a mighty
good man to handle him.. On top, of this
ability he heaves the forward pass with
unusual accuracy and skill. In every
respect he promises to glvn Princeton
the combination man that tho Tigers
lacked in their backfleld last year.
All the big teams of the East will get
Into action tomorrow. Pennsylvania's
Initial contest will be with Gettysburg,
Harvard will meet Hates, Yale will tackle
Maine and 'Dartmouth will play the Mas
sachusetts Agricultural College, while
Cornell will grapple with Pittsburgh.
There are old scores to settle In two of
these games. Yale men have not for
gotten tne u-o tie to wnicn they were
held by Maine last fall, while the mem
ory of Pittsburgh's 10-7 victory over
Cornell Is still fresh In Ithaca. Both
Maine and Pittsburgh have been shoved
up several games on their respective
schedules. Tale ought to win with some
thing to spare, and on form Cornell should
also be the victor over Pittsburgh. Rut
the Ithacans have always been such un
certain quantities In their Initial games
In recent yenrs, and Pittsburgh Is known
to be so strong, that to hazard a pre
diction on the result of this contest would
be the height of folly.
pniNi'KTfiN N J., Sept. 2S.-The Prince
ton varsity had a lont drill ytsterday after
noon ending with forty-die minute of snappy
The work has shown a great Improvement
In the last few dais, but fumbling is still
much In svldence. The varsity line-up: night
end. Brown, right tackle, Mcl-ean. right
guard, E. TrenWroan. centre. Nourie; left
guard. Hogg, left tackle. Hallln. left end,
Bhe; quarterback. Eberstadt. right half. I)oo
Jlttle, left half, F Trenkman. fullback. Law
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Sept. 55. -Seventy-five
yard run by Mshsn and Drlckley gave Har
vard's tarslty two touchdowns In a ten-minute
sorlmmigs yesterda yaftemoon. The scrub
I..I.I (hair An will. ,1.. u.nallu .I.W., ,,..,.
tela tcorsd oa only once la t, ball tur. S-
SWARTIIMOnE, Pa.. Sept. 2r,. Coach
Oelg has Inaugurated a new plan at flwarth
more to make the backfleld men more elusive
open-field runners. The students were very
much surprised to see a long string of zig
zag posts at distances from five to ten yards
apart on Whlttler Field. This device he be
lleea wilt train the men to chinge their di
rection at any Instant at full speed ami still
retain their balance.
HAVERFOItD COI.I.EC1E. Hnverford. Ta.
Pept. 2fl. Light scrimmaging and a good deal
of punting and running signals, as well as
brushing up some elementnry points of th
game occupied Coach Hennett's Haverfnrd
College rquad yesterday Afternoon. The men
were In fine condition, owing to their trip to
the Poronos. and were full of spirit In spite
of the warmth of the weather.
AMHERST. Moss.. Sept. 2.1. With a
sijuad of .IS men. Including eight of last year's
regulars. In dally practice and a team already
rounding Into early season form, Amherst
Is looking forward with confidence to the
Amherst-llnwdnln game here Saturday. The
new coach, niley. who directed the fnlverslty
of Maine team, which last year held Yale to
a scoreless tie, has already gained the con
fidence of the student body, and It Is believed
that bis first season here will he a successful
C. H. S. HANDICAPPED
Material Comingr From Centre of City
Not Up to Mark.
Dr. Alexander Howell, the Central High
School coach, has a difficult task to over
come In developing new men capable of
filling the places of the players lost by
graduation. Although the candidates are
very willing, most of them have a lot to
learn before they are of high enough
calibre to make the team. Before the
system of district schools went Into ef
fect, a largo part of tho players who
composed the teams came from the out
skirts and suburbs of tho city.
When all of them were compelled to
go to the district schools, C. H. S. lost
most of Its best material for the different
teams. Their places must be filled by
boys from the central part of the city
who have never had the same advantages,
and so It Is that much harder for the
coaches to turn out championship teams.
CRA VA TH'S HOMER
WINS FOR PHILS
Continued from Page 1
Archer singled over second. 'Lavender
struck out. One run, two hits, no errors.
Recker singled to centre. Becker took
second on I.uderus" out, Lavender to
S.iler. Becker took third on Irelan's out,
Fisher to Saler. Lavender threw out
Burns. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Lach filed to Irelan. Knlsely made
second when Becker dropped his fly.
Knlsely attempted to take third on a
short passed ball, but was thrown out.
Rums to Byrne. Crnvath made a one
handed stab nftcr a long run of Snler's
drive. No runs, no lilts, one error.
Fisher threw out Baumgartner. Reed
went out the same way. Byrne died In a
similar manner, making It three In a row.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Zimmerman wnlked. Schtilte filed to
Mngee. Bites singled to right, sending
Zimmerman to third, but In attempting
to stretch his hit, Rues was thrown out
at second, Cravnth to Irelan to Reed.
Fisher fouled to Luderus. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Magee singled to centre. Crnvath sac
rificed, Lavender to Saler. Becker sin
gled to right, scoring Magee. Luderus
filed to Knlsely. Becker stole second.
Irelan fouled to Archer. One run, two
hits, no errors.
Byrne threw out Archer. Lavender
walked. I?ach nnd Knisely hit long flies
to Bocker. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Burns walked, Baumgartner popped to
Lavender. Zimmerman took Reed's fly
Burns took second when Byrne was safe
at first on Zimmerman's fumble. Zimmer
man went Into right field for Macce's
fly. No runs, no hits, one error.
Saler fouled to Burns. Rel made a
one-handed stab of Zimmerman's
grounder and tossed him out. ir.t
threw out Schulte. No runs, no hits no
St. Louis, 4 1 New York, 8.
Brooklyn, 31 Pittsburgh, J.
Chicago at rhlladelplila.
Clnclnntl at Boston (2 games),
SI, Louis nt New York.
. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn,
Cincinnati at Philadelphia,
Chicago nt Boston.
Pittsburgh nt New York.
6t. Louis nt Brooklyn,
. W, I P.O. W, I P.O.
""ton 82 flft .AIM Phillies..., HO 74 .483
New York 7(1 nt f!43 Brooklyn. OS 74 .47(1
St. Louis.. 7fl on .1181) riltab'gh. B2 78 .44.1
Chicago... 7B 08 .824 Cincinnati 67 85 .401
Athletics, (!) Chlcngn, 4.
Boston, ff St. Louie, 1.
Washington, A) Cleveland. 2 (1st
Washington, B) Cleveland, 0
J,ew York-Detroit, rain.
Athletics at Chicago.
Boston nt St. Lonls.
New York nt Detroit.
Wnshlngton at Cleveland.
Hlhletlrs at Chicago.
Washington at Cleveland.
New York nt Detroit.
Boston nt St. Louis.
IV. T. T r, .. .
AII.I.He. de IS 'Ai ...... " I I'.V-
Buffalo, 1 Indianapolis, 0 (1st gamei
Buffalo, 0 Indianapolis. 0( Sd UVno?"'
ii. (t Smlltd ,n second Inning! rain).
Brooklyn, 3 Knnsns City, 2, '
Chicago, 8; Baltimore, fl
fit. Louls-Plttsburgh (posttrrVrin)-
Chicago nt Brooklyn.
Indlnnnpolla nt Pittsburgh.
bt. Louis nt Ilnltlniore.
Kansas City nt Buffalo.
Indla'p'lls 70 rts .MO nrooklyn. 7l' 07 Tlil4
Chicago.... 70 52 .BOO Kan. City Of, 7fi .Jru
Baltimore 78 04 .B38 St. Louis 00 70 4S2
Buffalo... 72 05 .020 nttsb'gl, 55 80 O?
Toronto, fl Rochester, B.
Providence, 4 Baltimore, I.
Newark, 8s .lersey City. 4.
Buffnlo-Montreal (postponed; rnln).
w. i. r.c. w t. t.
SHOOTING EVENT u
IS THE TREAT AT 'I
League to Begin Its W
Annual Program on Park
irovin rn w.i mi iiiotiiii.
Buffalo g0 AS KBT Newark" 70 70 1?S
Rochester. 80 02 .580 Montreal B0 87 464
Toronto... 73 OS .517 Jer. City. 47 104 1311
Tho preliminary trnpshoot of
rhlladelplila Trapshootcrs' League
the Park boulovnrd grounds of
Camden Shooting Association will
staged tomorrow afternoon. T'ho
gram will consist of 100 targets per man
in nvo 20-targot events. The indications
are that more than 100 ohootcra will b9
on tho firing lino,
Tho regular season of the loaguo wilt
begin Saturday, October 10, with th
October 10-Moadow Springs at Lans.
dale, Highland at du Pont, Camden at
S. S. White, Glen Willow at Clearvlcw,
November. 23-Du Pont at Meadow
Springs, Lansdalo at Highland, S. 8.
Whlto at Glen Willow, Clearvlcw at
December C-Meadow Springs at Glett
Willow. Camden nt Lansdalc. Clearvlew
at Highland, du I'ont nt S. S. White
January 2-Hlghland nt Meadow
Springs, Lnnsdnlo at du Pont. R q
Clearvlcw, Glen Willow at
Havre do Grace Results
.IS,, 'of 'year-olds- nnd up. sclllnc.
elOO, 0 furlongs-Loulso Travers, itiY
"i. " .. "" t" 1". " to 20. won!
Hal S. Will Campaign Grand Circuit
MILWAIJKE, Wis.. Sept. 25Hnl S.,
the f-ycar-old pacer, recently sold to
Tommy Murphy for elO.000, will be cam
paigned down the Grand Circuit next
First race, for ,1-year-oIds nnd
Cannock, 105, Hopkins, 15 to 1. 0 to 1. 3 to i
second! Pllaa flmmn inl III. ..(... ." ."
Montcalm, rjoldcneastle. Chllla. flunking, lioil
er Gordon, Ilalpli Lloyd and Lady Grant also
Second race for fillies and geldings, 2-year-olds,
purso 1500. f, furlongs-Coquette. Ilii
Butwell. n to 10. 1 to .Oout, won: llroo u
Flower, 107, Buxton, 7 to 1, 2 to 1, 4 to 5
second; Watertotvn, 107, lilghtmlre. 15 to l'
1 J"5' H'J' '-""St. i-! a:- "I'm"-
..-.., ,.L-t,ti,..i'( iH'uuinnsi. inriii aiao mm
Free for all pace, purse $500.
Pickles, b. in., James Bell,
otrninsturui. 1. g.,
Fnrm. Chester. N
Exnll, ch. g IM, JlcOrath,
aitent, Pottstown 2 .1 1
Time. 2.1f. 2.10V.. 2.141! " l(a: n.n
-',"!,' rnc' 'yeajr-olds ami up.' selling. "pursi
J.rfiit.l mile and 70 yards-Camellia. 1U5. Ii.iv.
ton, 7 to 1. U to fl. even won: Itojal .Meteor,
1. third. Time
Karlv I.lsht, Sandhill, Carroll Hold and Henry
ii in . even, won: Hojal Jleteor.
, to 10, 1 to.1. out, second; Henry
1)5. Nlcklaus, 40 to 1, 12 to 1, 0 to
nie- L:.4,T:;'- MH'l'111' Afterglow,
.-?,." ' ri5!,r- 4-f'W-oMs nnd up. selling, purso
f.iOO. 1 mile and 70 yards Dartworth, 111; Mo-S'-O.bei:,
'?. ,0 ' evn- 1 to 2, won; Ilushy Head.
100. tnnlln. 4 to 1. ft to 5. 2 to 5. Kecond- v.r'.
erutor. ll!l: Humter. '2 tn .'. 4 tn .-. n. ti.i...,
Colonel llolloway and J. J'. Llllls
PERSONAL TOUCHES IN SPORT
Hubbird is to lead the Muhlenburg
football players on the gridiron thii
year, and he ia proving a capable
out. Zimmermnn in ct
n.,i,.,'. iu..i vi, ...... '. V uli".
Luderus singled to left, Becker stopping
at second. Irelan filed to Iach, Becker
aklng third after the out. He attempted
to score on the same play, but was out
at the plate, Leach to Knlsely. to Zlm.
merman to Archer. No runs. Two hits
No errors. """
Bucs singled to centre. Fisher snri
flced. Luderus to Irelan. Byrne ?hr,w
out Archer. I-t vender filed to lit, w
No runs, one hit, no errors. """
Fisher threw out Burns, naumgartnor
out FUher to Saler. Reed doubM
against the right field wall. Byrne fled
to Schulte. No runs, one hit. no errors
Heed tossed out Leach. Knlsely out.
Irelan to Luderus. Saler walked. J5m'
merman singled to left, Saler stunning ut
second. Schulte fanned. No runs one
llll, ill, Clllllfi.
Mugoc beat out a hit to Zimmerman.
Cravath forced Magee. Saler to Fisher.
Becker forced Cravath. Zimmerman muk
Ing the play unassisted. Luderus singled
to lift, Becker drawing up at second
Fisher let Irelan's grounder get throu-h
mm, riccKcr ecunng, l.ucerus stopping at
second. Zimmerman threw Burns out.
One run, one hit, one error.
liues singled to left. Fisher sacrificed,
Luderus to Ireland. Archer filed to
Byrne. Bresnahan batted for Lavender.
Bresnahan walked Williams ran for
Bresnahan Leach doubled down the left
field foul line, scoring Bues. Williams
going to third. Knlsely was called out
on strikes. One run, two hits, no errors.
Pierce now pitching for Chicago.
.ruber threw out Baumgartner. leed
Somo guys don't have to have much
pep to make a llvln on their rep -an'
never do n tap. An' I don't blame 'em,
understand. If he gets by I 6hake tho
hand o' that there sort o' chap. Take big
Jim Thorpe, world's nthlete champ. His
work'd hardly tire n tramp. An' yet I'.m
strong for Jim. He's In his third year
with SIcGraw an' I guess no one ever
saw a full game played by him.
Perhaps two dczen times a year you'll
sec tho Indian's name appear In ome
New York box score. In pinches Muggsy
trots him out to run for somo one or to
clout when pitchers' arms go sore. An'
when ho does get In the fray he man
ages to get away with somcthln' pretty
good. He bats up near the oP charmed
line nn' though ho gets no chanco to
chine you sort o' b'lleve he could,
One baseball season's all he's played.
An' that wns 'fore his rep was made as
athlete extra-ply. He played In Caro
lina's hills down there where corn Is fed
to stills for fear folks might get dry. If
all the Indlnn wants Is fame he doesn't
have to play the game his rep Is safe
right now. He copped off sportdom's
Golden Fleece an' with It wandered back
from Greece with laurols on his brow,
Copyrighted by A. M. Corrlgan.
Fred Clarke will retlro from baseball at
tho close of the present season. He will
not manage the Pirates again until next
Perchance you are enthusiastic over
Jack Curlcy's plan to mntch Johnson nnd
Wlllard. If so, pause nnd reflect on the
fact that Curley once wns a wrestling
I"ecp silence settles down upon the land.
The bnseball scribe has little work to do.
And o he takes hla trenchant pen In hand
And cnlmly cans ; manager or two.
Allentown's fair Is proving to be the
greatest event In the history of that com
munity. The harness races have been
real treats, and therefore from the sports
man's viewpoint all that could bo de
sired. Splendidly trained animals scored
down to the line, and fast time was made
In all of the races.
A good crowd Is likely to be attracted
to Frinklln Field tomorrow ns Penn will
entertain Gettysburg's football band, The
battle should bo a merry spectacle, nnd
not xo one-sided, ns the visitors have
some ctnr players who will make the lo
The Germans evidently have the Inter
est of Americans at heart. They threw
Stanislaus Cyganlswlct Zbyszko into Jail
Just as he was about to visit u.
II. E. Nickerson received over 500 ap
plications for world's scries tickets. Mr.
Nickerson Is secretary of the Braves.
The tickets In Boston will be sold singly.
In pairs or In lots of three. Those mak
ing applications will have the best chance
to make their purchases by getting the
lots of three, us the flub management
states that such applications will huve the
A system Is said to have been devised
by the Boston National League manage-
mnt which will practically leave the
ticket scalper high and dry this year.
Just what the ilau Is has not been made
public, but the Idea is certainly correct.
Last season. Harry Davis had over a
thousand applications from friends fur
world's nerles tickets. O.f that number
walked. Byrne tiled to Schulte. Zim
merman thr-w out Magee. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Saler poppedd to Luderus. Zimmerman
filed to Cravath. Schulte fanned. No runs. '
no hits, no errors. ,
Cravath broke un the en mo )v drivini- I
about one-third wanted pastes. Evidently
these persons did not realize that Harry
bought and paid for the tickets on which
his family gained admission to Shibo Park
and the Polo Grounds.
Instead of playing in tho usual position
In right field. Wilbur Good Is thinking
of taking his sttnd In Broad street when
alagec. Becker nnd Cravath ore up.
A week of continued rnln in Boston and
jsew -.ork would glvo tho pennant to tho
Braves and an unnsnllablo alibi to tho
If Sherwood Magee keeps hammering
the ball a.s he has been recently he is
npt to bo charged with professionalism.
In Freddie Hart, trainer, the Chicago
Cubs have a perfectly paradoxical per
son. Things dismal, gloomy nnd funereal
delight the soul of this remarkable man.
He Is never happy unless ho Is saddened
by somo mournful mission. Last even
ing he wns In his glory because ho was
culled to witness nn operation. The pre
ceding evening was also gaily spent by
Freddie In Philadelphia's most palatial
undertaking establishment, situated only
a short distance east of the Cubs' hotel
on Chestnut street When Freddie re
turned he was armed with photographs o
satln-llncd coffins, "couches beautiful''
nnd mausoleums. On his trips to New
Vork, Doe Hart returns to his hotel
beaming with Joy, for he visits Grant's
tomb, the Morgue nnd friendly disposed
hospitals. All things taken Into con
slderatlon, Freddlo Is a unique sketch 03
to tastes, but tho Cubs overlook thesu
little peculiarities because the "Doc" I
From August 5 to September 3 Indm
slve, Bunny Brief, who was tried out by
tho St. Louis Browns last season, mado
a hit In every game. Bunny Is now with
th KanMiH City club of the American
Association. He mode hits In 30 con
secutive games, breaking the record fot
merly held by Otis Clymer,
Charloy Herzog has been suspended
nsaln. This Ik the second time he has
drawn this negative assignment within
the Inst ten days for disputing with thef
PENN STUDENTS OUT FOR
List of Candidates Announced Who
Will Bun for Position.
Candidates for nsslstnnt manager of tha
Penn football team wern nnnnnnwfl this
afternoon, and include the following: J. II.
Monroe, J. B. McCall Jr., James Sparks,
H. N. Cudry, J. S. DlBston. Jr.. E Mc
thestnut. A. R. Clapp, T. H. Frelhofcr,
II. S. Ilagert, C. B. Harr, F. S. Hesrow,
15. J. Kachenhack, L. J. KlescI, C. II.
I.ovett, II. N. DeLamenc. V. U Schintz,
W. T. Stewart and S. II. Welch. Fiom
this list tho assistant manager will b
chosen jn December.
CHINESE PLAY VICTKIX
The Chinese University baseball team
will make its final appearance in this
section of the country when It lines up
against tho Vlctrlx flub on the latter 4
grounds at GSth and Vine stmts to
OLYMPIA 4 A Broad ami Baliilirldise
MONDAY MtJHT, NKPT. -'Hill
BID WILLIAMS v.. Kill IIKHSIAN
Adin. SSei Hal. Itrs. 50c; Arena lies. 75f
..,. 'u I iieiii .tir,..-
nun) Kreiiuu. Vtou,
Tonight Tonight Tuiilght - l0,nl,'ri"
lltDDIIV Kill. I. V JlceU IHKIIBV M ili.
i Other Star Bouts 1 Other Htr l.uu'
the first ball pitched to him In the centre
Held bleachers for a home run. One run,
Horee & Hound Show
September 21 to 26, inclusive
Polo Groundi, Bryn Maivr, Pa