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EVE OF GREAT FOOTBALL BATTLES GRIDIRON WARRIORS RESERVE STRENGTH
PBNN ELEVEN
ON EDGE FOR
. . INDIAN FRAY
"Final Practice Held on
Franklin Field This After
noon Cripples Have Re
turned to Form.
With the return of seasonable weather
the University of Pennsylvania football
team took Its last tirnctlco on Franklin
yield this afternoon for the annual game
with the Carlisle Indians tomorrow. All
the veterans were on the Meld and took
part In the woilt, which was limited
strictly to preliminary nnd signal drills.
Nothing approaching a scrimmage was
permitted.
The return of the cripples to form has
lecn most gratifying? to Trainer Dwjer,
And this afternoon the coaches were un
certain over Just one position. This was
at left halfback. Vreeland Is the regular
man for tho place, but bis knee was In
jured In the Nnvy gnmo and he 1ms not
been allowed In a scrimmage since then.
It hns mended much more quickly thnn
tter evpectcd, but not until tomorrow
noon nlll the coaches decide definitely
whether bo can start. If he Isn't per
fectly Kound by that time his place will
Be liiKen oy cuncr uocKcreller or Avery.
Coach Urooke couldn't make up tils mind
this afternoon which man It should be
but was Inclined to favor Itnrlcofniin
r because of his dofenslvc ability. Avery
is mc uglier uucjisive piaycr.
Vreeland In nnxlous to play against the
Indians, but tho coaches don't fear this
fame as much as they do the Dartmouth
.Michigan and Cornell games, and they
want him In his best shape for them.
The announcement that Matthews will not
ttiirt against tho Indians doesn't mean
that he Is not capable, but It Is a part of
Toach Hrooke's policy to hold him until
there Is n chance for a goal from Held.
The Indian eleven will not nrrlve until
tomorrow morning shortly hefoic the
game. The Iledmrn will be accompanied
by a big delegation of students, Including
the Indian maidens and the famnuB
Indian band. This Is the only game nwuv
from Carilple which tho Indian student"
arc pcimlttcd to nee. They will come
don n In n special train.
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"QUIT BASEBALL? SURE,
TILL NEXT YEAR" BENDER
Chief Did Not Know He Had Been Relegated to Shelf.
Too Busy to Read Papers Hurling Warrior
Good For Long Term Yet.
KELLY POOL THE RINGER
"I'll pitch until they tear the uniform
off my back."
Those are the exact words of Chief
Ilender.
He was ld to pronounce them when
told that there was a rumor niloat ,t
the effect that ho was going to retire
from baseball.
"Quit baseball? Sure I havc-untll next
season. I am now In tho painting busi
ness." Thus tha Athlctlei' picturesque
hurler continued, flourishing his varnish
brush with which he wai retouching omc
wainscoting In his home In Tioga. "I
didn't know I was going to qillt. be
cause I have been so busy that I haen't
ben able to read the papers. You can
get a lot of good stuff from the paperi
and learn a lot of thing you didn't know,"
he went on. "I suppose tho reason they
are having mc quit Is on account of
the world s series, we lost to Boston
and somebody had to bo tho goat. They
picked on me. I was made the goat of
the scries. As a mattor of fact, I was
never In better shape In my life than
when I went Into tho series. I had been
out at the park every morning working
hard, hitting and fielding. I did Just ,
enough pitching to keep In shape. Yet
they say I wasn t In condition and nil
that; but I was, Just the same."
A number of stories have been printed
recently about the po'slble retirement of
llender and, ns the Chief says, prcsitm- I
ably because the Athletics lost the world'B i
series. There certainly can be no other
ground, tot? the thought never entered
Render's head until he was told about ,
It. In one of his signed articles ChrKtv
Mathewson deplores the fact that Bender
Is about to retire and hopes that he may
last another season. Matty need not
worry.
If those who are doing the predicting
could only see the Chief they would
realize that he has many useful years
ahead of him on the diamond. He Is to
day in great shape. He could go In this
afternoon and pitch a game which would
win eight times out of 10. Since the
world's series Bender has been busy at
his home and has had little tlmo to get
out on the golf links. Hut In the course
of the next week he will be out ngaln
driving the ball around the Bala course
In a way which makes many an old
timer envious.
In the same article In which he pre
dicted the retirement of Chief Bender,
Matty leads one to believe that the
Chief's record this year was good be
cause he was given tho "soft" assign
ments. The truth of the matter Is thdt
Bender has, and nlways has had, n, way
of making the difficult appear easy.
Bender had a great year In 1914 because
he pitched great ball. That Is the one
and only explanation of his fine nnd con
sistent work. He was In shape nil sea
son with the exception of a short time
In the West on the second trip, when he
was sick In bed with tonsllltls.
Bender lost his world's series game. If
he had won, no one would have thought
of his retiring, which proves that Instead
of bring Judged by his entire record and
hl posslhllltlrs for the future, he has
been judged solely by that one game
Suddenly to relegate one of the greatest
pltcbiTs that ever stepped Into the dia
mond because he lost one ball game Is
as nbsurd ns attempting to Judge a piece
of inuslr by picking out one note and
listening to Its tone on the tuning fork.
I,ast October Bender went In against the
Now York Giants twice In tho world's
series, and twice he was victorious. There
wns no thought of his retiring then, al
though he was no better then than he Is
at the present time. If during the. past
season tho Chief had shown by his work
that his arm was going hack, or that he
was becoming constitutionally unlit for
service, there would have been Justifica
tion In the prediction that he was on the
verge of losing his grip.
But the reverse was true. He had a
splendid year, and, despite the rumors
which have crept out. he wns in good con
dition on October 9, 1914.
The annual stories of ICddle I'lank's re
tirement from the game have been printed
with such regularity that they have be
come a Joke. Kor several years the ex
perts have had him on the shelf, yet he Is
still nble to win a gnme occasionally
This Is the first year Bender has bee,
put aside by the newspapers. Hence,
judging from Plank's experience, It wlit
be n long, long while before the Chief
caves in, ns he Is seven years Plank's
Junior. Fuithermore, Bender has such a
rare knowledge of baseball, such uncanny
foresight on the diamond nnd such ex
cellent judgment that he will be able to
pitch some time after his "whip" Is
"gone." And fans will come and fans
will go before this wonderful exponent of
the urt of pitching has reached that point
where his arm can Justly be termed
"glass."
Personal Touches in Sports
One of the blKKOPt Rolf tournnments of the
irr 1 almont certain to be the record etol
llfhcd at Atlantic City next Thurjdar. rrlilav
ind Saturday. The t'nuntry Club of Atlantic
qtl nan made n Brent rffort to utace a crcat
nt, and If all the golfers report una an V
lhy will. It Bill, Indeed, be a great ovent
T6 the committee n iharco Is duo n great bit
ct rralc.
ifinj baebnll students lnne remarked tha'
Je).n MeOraw will brink up his 1I)H hall
team nnd caat a number or nin.-r.
jenn heap. However. It Is a afo thlnr to
U) that tho OlantH will bf little chnncod. One
h Is on tho "Inside" lias stated that John
mr do a bit of tlnKerlmr here and there, but
.the Want machine of lnirj m be acaln un
ray with mlRhty few new com In lis
make.up.
If the posted officials of tho Amateur Ath
Jetlc Inlon of thn New York section know
i.iLJthlnK nbout coming events, the into eham.
i (ioiii.Mii.il in ctrry iino will be held nt Ran
FranelJio The annual meeting of tho dele
tales will be held next month nnd nt thit
time the datis of next jfar's events and ntbi r
natters will be discussed It H prnctlcnll.
trnaln the fixtures of the nmnteurs will bo
Used on the l'nclfli Const It will bo a llttlo
lit hard on tho aenigo amateur of the Kast.
Local athletes who contemplate taking part
Ii the national Junior track nnd field cham
plonthlpi of America arc ndvlsod to put In
irme urenuom bits of tralnthi: as the titular
tfWn aro to be staged In Madison Bquarr
Girden Decembor fin. A number of Phliadel
fhlini will be In the games, nnd some havo
i-nru m wmit. nun me national races In
tlcw.
We cannot help be a. hit em'ous of wr
w "rk tight follower this time, ns they nrt
rally to enjoi a douhlo trc.it at the Ilrond-
IF Sp?.r,'J.n.',VV.,.lb' ,,ronl4l'rl' " Tueiday.
!" ..hlc1.. U llllnms meets "Young" Solsbci
"?, iuw Gibbons Is to box "Hilly" Jiajc
. ' J'.'!"8 t.nur sv of thinking the will-tami-Solsberg
bout will not be such a won
Cerful nno unless Kolsbcrg hnws greater fight.
Inr ahlllt. than he did against Eddie"
OJXeefo recentlj here fiol.berg came here nn
th boy who had Moored "Kid" Williams for a
SJ'lJ1"6 Thc fH"!l WInder how ho did It
Tlw Gibbons-Maxwell affair either dnen"t
oond so cry hUli class, do you think'
tiSli'..5B?ln .t'"l f0"nttfr "f bankclhall are
RSiV .'"J their Mason's rooting, in Itead
iK ,iiVi?ht..,h? """n Idgue five of that
fit) hell Its first i.rartlee The popularity of
the game was shown hv ih. .-,,',. A. '?'". .!
com. ahl.h the plajers recched from tho sev- I
ernl hundred fans who turned out to watch tho
iSii'Sl. -orm "" HeV- ""Kgerty. Morris and
Jvfi? ., Vrc nr"on. thoic on the floor. Charlo
?J. ime i' "" usu,al" nas not present. Charley
Srif I'l s'm,, .a"'1 "Ports Just In time for the
llrst came each senson.
in ?c,,h?n,.u,iiml Interest Is bring shown
SiSW. htro- Thr Krpnt Br" of he
"V,rJ !",fti,nl season will help Do .Nerl
Eln ,fi,f'."k l? :,r,lw InrBtr crowds than have
been accustomed to see the Kumc.
nh'ild..'? Ico?? .nn1 n Phlladelphlan wcro
ini? h.int U1 Onlosburg. Ill . nuto meeting.
fXRi. ,di: The t local man hurt wns Jack
SiSh-i!Sihn fl.1.' '"rough n fence lth his
m-n,,nlclan- F"1 Walker. Halpli .Mulfonl
Sf?f '.eJl a, "."" ,nB.r.k for 10" miles on a circular
dirt track by making the distance In li.MH'i.
thTfi? i?IIHip.' a ,'uu keeping the names of
linn'Y ..-. . " ,."""" cover. iTODioiy tney
X ,W' to dlscourago Htalllngs until bo has
been thoroughly w tied nnd dined.
r7. Allan Ic Ilrnnch of thc 'A. A. U. will
h . i0m " amateur list all the runners
who took part In tho Cambria marnthon run.
iir,i;rilce,,V,as ,,nn ljy Huso Koenlg In 'J7
Hln utp--. lu "eeonds. The courso wns (We
miles. Thus fur the A A. U. has made no
announcement regarding tho run. but It Ih
understood that they lne a list of the en-
inMnJ'"! ". '.he.y nP'1 that any ' ,h'r men
J, ,iy.'',,,"r,e'1 ,n ,ho ru". dlsquallflcatlon Is
sure to follow.
FAIR GOLFERS OF
MERCHANTVILLE
HAD GOOD SPORT
Season Closed With a Tour
nament in Which Twenty
five Members Took Part.
Mrs. Harned Was Winner.
FEDERAL MOGULS
HOLD MEETING
IN NEW YORK
At tho Central rirnnch of the X. SI. C. A
.H V,"' ,,le "" Indoor swimming exhlbl
nr?.?ir i e sen"on "a" h'J last night. Tho
nVA.ii.ir. "t""1"" r"'n oicry iewpoint and
predictions for u great ear were freely made.
Wo eagerly awntt tho n.tm fmm rniA i..
scleral of the Athletics have been made offers
ELi,K ' "J"' .Danny Murphy Is with John
Coombs and other members of the A's In thB
Maine woods.
ITarjnrd received a severe blow to her cham
pionship ihnncea when It was learned that
I ennock wns out of tho gamo foi tho rest of
.,. "ZVl!!- rrnnork "! nn All-Amerlcan
Inst season ijnd was playing nn een better
brnnd of football among the Crimson forwards
this year than In 1013.
Yost
was ever n lucky man.
Monnn.v i.n.v.
Few-, few shall part where many meet.
They're battered down bj pad and cleat.
And every turf beneath their feet
Shall be a plaier's time-out spot."
LAUBEI, ENTBIES
Writ rair selling, for .'l-year-o!7!s and up,
Nj furlongs True n Steel, 1U!. I'crthrock,
JOH, Parlor noy. 10S; Toddling, 10S, Canto.
". vilcv ins ki
MnhHI Cii' Uhnlrjh
1W. Mlnda. in?, Hurakan, 100. Flatbuih, 10.1:
Joe Finn inj, 'Oiilaxy, 102. "Mater, 100;
Mlir Vclma, loo
Second ru.e. selling, for 3-year-olds and
P mile nnd slxtetnth -Tho Hump, lfri, Iloll
1" Stone li) Ahbotsforl, Its, llattery. lrni;
Soldi, r if i, .fjerard. 101; Camellia. 101;
Eany Light 101. nclezate. 10.1: Qulckstart.
Ml. J'ativ Itegnn. 100.
Third rac. selling, for S-vear-oIds, six fur
m J f"hanif" lln Tonrock. 10S. nacy. 103;
flt. lOfi 'Hydroplane. 100. Mallard. 10d;
Eutseon. Ji). celebrity. 100; Kephthys, to.
Shorthand so jjecllika. no.
Fourth rar. for 3-)wir-olds, Totomao hnndl
P. mile ivbiies. m, (a) Trial by Jury.
'. 'al .arleo. in, bharpshootcr, ltT.
Wtlr Roths 110, Itojal Martr. 10II, Jtanquct.
', 1-llIMlP FAPlA 111! 1..
K. ' " aini,
Il
ia) Car
roll rntrv
sH firinnJ ""mB. for t-yrar-olds and up.
Scallywag ',$"' I'?; m- Ella "r"-
11J Stnw.r11"!,11".1 lvt- Watfr Welles.
Vacl. j--R"",.1"nK- lln- Kewesia. 10S.
Llllii lom,e l07- 'Vorkvllle, 100, .J. J.
mnw'sn';;". "illln,fj ror 3-er-olda allrt up,
"I. nil, qiUirt?r-1'n "'' ""r.
12 Till" H Vy her, 108; I'nclo Iln.
Km. w ' d "T. Centaurl. 1)3. -Caro
Xr?n,'Ura,,l?l.Bkn7at rounds claimed
llrst
I-ATONIA ENTRIES
few. cmm ". "'" 5-Lwr-olA. B fur-
nlo Park in.
B3. Torv Ma I.I mi
- hut, ,01 i,n "' 10; Tre- 0,,i
""ol race. ullnuon.
1 mile- Uo kiiJim ane,e'; s-yr-olds and up.
JOl " 110, Ulchwood, ,00, Water llass.
tuMoL," nfn'!"n?;, ,or 3-year-olds anl up.
W. SeGio ft'S . r"rlonK- "" Othello
,oa Morfl.?;.!.'"..' h'r. US: lckroe.
, "orrlstown. 107. O'Hogan, ill; Wllhite!
Iw.i'.'V"'-'.. i;nrtnThomas handicap. (I fur
JUIder ?,?v ?k1-,m0.T- ia)Orclan. 107: Miss
fniBa"j iuT,- ft"1- ,n' Ed Crump. ISO.
118 "'. 1UU. i)r carman, 107. Chalmers
'w entry
ITHACANS READY
Cornell Eleven Xenves' For New York
Tonight Meets Brown Tomorrow."
ITHACA, X, Y Oft - ii
" ' uet- -" 1'ifteen men
IimMis tho Ilret eleven leave Ithaca tn.
nluht : for Xovv York, where they will meet
tho Ilrnwn eleven tomorrow in what
should provo nn lnterrbtlnir contest The
nnly clnne In the line-up ,v Je tho
Installation or Captain .lack O'l learn In
his position nt rn.l. f,nm which Jie has
been harrc.l since his ijry ln the r.itts.
ImrKh framo several weeks nsn.
This afternoon Dootor Sharpe took sreat
pains In perfecting the special plays u.uj
formations which nre to be used 11Bnnst
tho opponents in the coming contest. A
short Kcrlminnse wns held with tin.
seconi ,eam ror lio purpose Of Clvlntr
Barrett n clmnco to do s,omo of his drop,
kicking. The followlnu substitutes left
with the- vars-ity team: lutz, Eckley
and Fan.Irr, ends; Fischer. Jewvtt ond
Jameson, tackles; niog. MplCeaKe. Snyder
guards: Rrovvn. centre; Phlllpl, Mueller
and Whitney, halfbacks; Collins, quarter
back, and Klelnert. fullback.
The varslty-Shelton. ,.ft om,. fin).
Inn y. left tacklo. Tillvy, lett fiuard; Cull
Tl?." ",V,"' ris,,t Kuarl: "aUoy!
riKht ta"klo. O He.irn or l.autz, right end
Barrett, nuarterback: Mhuler. left hilf
back; Colljer. light halfback; mil. fj.
back.
The women of tho Mcrchantvllle Field
Club closed a most enjoyable season with
a tournament for which 23 entries wore
received. Play was divided Into two
eights and n defeated eight for tho losers
In the first round of match play. Tho
event was won by Sirs. n. F. Harned and
Jliss Mnrgaretta Craig was tho runner-up.
In thc second elBht honors went to Miss
Grace MncCallum, with Miss Elsie Smith
runner-up The flnnl round of tho de
feated eight was between Mrs. D. Swope
and Mrs. Laird, and the former won.
Frank Mahan made a round of thc St.
David's courso not ery long ago In 72.
This Is a remnrkablo feat when one learns
that he did not resort to the wood once,
but used his Iron from every tee. This
Is the best score made at St. David's
this year savo for a 71 made by Howard
Ferrin In the spring.
F. C. Tompkins, -who coached Jay Gould
for his court match with "Fred" Covey
for tho world's championship nnd Is en
gaged at the ISactiuct Club as Instructor,
.is an ardent golfer nnd has taken up the
game but recently. He is improving right
nlong and Is mnklng some good scores at
lion Air.
Mrs. A K. Blllsteln, the woman cham
pion of tho Tlala Golf Club, and who has
held that honor teveral times. Is ambi
tious to beat some of tho leading women
golfers In Philadelphia. With this idea
ln view she practices assiduously.
Weeghman Admitted He
Was in Conference With
Herrmann, But Refused to
Discuss What Occured.
'ry (hilt. I iiaker entry.
-'mil,, ,,., -;-,:';;--;" -""' " "P.
I" Lad nil '. "- "oral J'arK. ion;
J10' 6hor V.i0",t,i?.DMn- ": Don.rall
-Unj,r" S"1' '" Uminjrllns-, no.
k"rr.,,n1 M'fro entry.
?""-Vr,eT,i,;'l,ns3-s""--olds up. 1 1-10
?thl,"rfLD'f. 08, .father Riley. 102.
--Moi ni ''Hun 107. Utile of nnu
,Uf. track fJ,lpwanc claimed. We.thr.
t,?1-
LAUREL RESULTS
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FOOTBALL GAMES TOMORROW
Pennsylvania vs. Carlisle, at Frank
lin Field.
Princeton vs. Dartmouth, at Prince
ton. I'urnell vs. lirown, at New York.
Harvard vs l'tnnslvanla State, at
Cambridge.
Yale V3 Washington and Jefferson,
at New Haven.
Michigan vs. fSvraouse. at Syracuse
Lafayette vs. Vlllanova, at Kaston
lA'hlgh vs. Muhlenberg, at South
Bethlehem
Army vs. Holy Cros, at West Point.
Navy vs. Western Jie&ene, at An
napolis Snarthmore vs. Urslnus, at Swarth-
more.
Franklin and Marshall v. Dickinson,
at Lancaster.
Citttiburg vs. Iebanon Valkj, at
Gctt) tburg.
Itucknell vs. Susquehanna, at Ia'hU-burg
Seven Philadelphia women were among
the S2 who qualified for tho Women's Na
tional CU.imploni.hlp nt the Nassau Coun
try Club, and two of them reached tho
semifinal round. In direct contrast to this
Is the fact that out of the 32 who qualified
for tho I'nlted States Golf Association
championship at Kkwanoek, there was not
a single man from this district.
In the world of golf there is no more
well-known figure thnn C. B. MacDnnald
as a constructor of courses. MacDonald
has laid out n great many courses on the
oilier side, and on this side of the water
Ih best known by his work on the Na
tional Golf Links, Long Island. Ben
Sayres, when here, said the National wan
the best course In America, but Peter TV.
Lees, the noted Scotch greenkeeper, is of
the opinion that It Is thp best course In
the world Leek is nt present located at
the n"w Long Beach course, and the lay
ing out of the course is in charge of Mac
Donald In Ilornce G. Hutchinson's golf reminis
cences appearing In Golf Illustrated.
Great Biltnln's fiist amateur champion
gives tome Interesting anecdotes. In the
winter of 1SW-88 the first amateur cham
pionship vv as held at St Andrews Hutch
inson nnd John Lamb were the finalists.
nnd the former nnd a ralily easy win.
John Ball, then quite a youngster, lost In
the semllllial to Lamb.
NKW YOItK. Oct. 23.-Whn the Federal
League moguls met here today It was ad
mitted that Charles Weeghman. president
of the Chicago club, had been In confer
ence with Garry Herrmann, chairman of
the National Commission, but no details
of this conference could be gleaned. Im
mediately nfter tho meeting was called to
order a recess was taken until 2 p. m. In
order to allow tho magnates to get to
gether Informally.
President Gllmore denied that he had
recently signed up 40 more players.
'I was misquoted, but I could sign un
W if I wanted them." snld he.
"I hnvo signed up 12 since the senson
. , ...... i,lclL. , IK1 scurciiy or tncm.
He predicted that 1915 would bo a moro
""""""i' season tnnn jsit for tho
Federals.
The Federal League magnntes who
were present at the opening session were-
Jnmes A. Gllmore, president of the
league; Edgar E. Gates, general counsel
for tho league; Mr. Weeghman, Kd Ball,
Ed Stelnlgcr, of St. Louis; Harry Gold
man, secretary of the Baltimoro club;
Carroll Italsln, president of the Baltimore
club; Ned Hanlon. of Baltimore; Fred
Gwlnner, of tho Plttsbutgh club; W. E.
Robertson. Walter Mullen and Richard
Carroll, of Buffalo; J. E. Krauz and John
J. George, of the Indianapolis club; Wal
ter Ward and Robert S. Ward, of the
.urooiuyn ciud, and others.
CLEVER BOYS ARE
THOSE STEVENSONS
SIMON PURES TO
ENTERTAIN FANS
AT KENSINGTON
Bouts Between Amateurs
Tonight at Keenan's Club
Likely to Be Very Interest
ing for Spectators.
College Gridiron Gleanings
"Tommy" Keenan will stage the finals
of the amateur boxlna Tiouts nt thn
Kensington Athletic Club tonight and fur
la bound to fly. The boys who will fight
it out for tho honors In the various
weights are as follows:
105-Pound Class "Joe" Morgan, Leo
Flynn. "Joe" Buckley, Frank Clark and
"Dick" Lloyd.
113-Pound Class-Charles Morrow nnd
Leo Kane.
120-Pound Class "Joe" Miller nnd
"Mickey" Kane.
By EDWARD R. BTJSHNELL
Football of championship proportions will bo
i stayed on moro man one rsiern conege sriu
Iron tomorrow One came In particular, that
between Princeton and Dartmouth, will ro a
Ionr way towards settling the final rating of
i both teams Of thc other eatnes the mot 1m-
' portant aro Pennsjlvanla vs the Indians, at
1 Franklin Field, Cornell vs Ilrown. at Nv
inrK city. Tale vs Washington and jenreron,
at New Haven. Harvard vs. Tenn State, at
ambrldjre, and Michigan vs. Syracuse, at
Syracuse. With the exception of the Cornell
Jlrnn game, all of these teams mot Inst year,
so that nil the games are considered as annual
nitures and the Introduction of the championship-
season
Doth Princeton nnd Dartmouth have been ex
tending themselves to the limit all week to
celebrate the opening of tho new "riser stadium
with a victory Perhaps Princeton Is ln more
of a frensy to win tlmn Dartmouth The Tigers
want revenge for their ltU.'t defeat, and they
want to dedicate the new Palmer Memorial
Stadium with a. clean-cut triumph
It Is a pretty good guess that Washington '
and Jefferson will test Yale more strongly than
did Notre Dntne last week. This W nnd J.
team lost to Harvard onl by the score of
10-fl and admittedly outnlayed tho Crimson thc ,
greater pan oi (no garni
Cornell will go Into the gnmo with Drown
fortified with a conscience which comes with
having met and conquered hard opponents Thr
Ithacans have already had their reverses, too,
but they are now ln tholr stride and are de
servedly favorites over Ilrown
With tho Army-Navy r-mc scheduled for
FRIENDS' CENTRAL AND
RIDLEY PARK MEET
I'arkslde avenue. Tha iine-im-
Philadelphia, nur New York friends will get
their only sight or a big collecc game tomor
row, when Cornell and Ilrown meet In OothaTi.
ns i halfway place, to settle tholr difference.
This will ho the first time that Cornoll has
Mnyed In New York since relations were
sovered with Prim eton When this series was
stopped the Cornell faculty Issued an order
forbidding Its team to pluy on anv but college
fields. But there are so many Cornell gradu
ates In .Sew York who never get a chance to
see the team play that the faculty relente .
For this game Cornell and Ilrown havo both
consented to number their players The reason
advam d by the ( ornell management for the
Innovation Is that Cornell graduates not having
seen the men play would be unable to recog
nize them without numbers. It Is also stated
that If the experiment Is a success It will be
continued In all of Cornell's home games. It
vvan used for the first time at Ithaca in the
uucknell game last week.
&"!, I?..'.."Thrf"...in.
..,.-. .". irp.rum, jwam given H
round of elementary drills more 'hura.cterlstli
2,f,eHar.ly "'""n tr.ilr.lng Coach Warner de
cliico: to nmlt a scrimmage because ho could
not afford the chance or Injury to any of his
first team players The preliminary drills In
cluded punting and even thing associated
therewith The new formation nnd new signals
were tried at length, nnd arner was satisfied
5i. l..'""'' Tackling high waa the bete
nlr or thc afternoon The coaches Instituted
I. , u!'?u" Kame "f running Uie gauntlet, the
bac-kneldere were nnlle I with precision and dis
ratoh The gnuntlet. In the estimation of local
observers, has turned out to be tho greatest
factor for quick! shaping up a football eleven
for running and tncklfng
NORTHEAST HIGH MEETS
ST. JOSEPH'S COLLEGE
It. P. If. K
Hftyco
.Shrine. .. .
tlarve)
Won by. ...
Hunt
H. I.ukens..
I.orrens. ..
Korsmnn .
J. t.ukens.
n.akynn. .
H.-oYvn
Positions.
. . left end .
.. left tackle .
. left guard ..
... centre
light guard .
. right taikle .
right end . .
quarterback
left fullback .
right halfback
fullback .
Friends' Central
Moars
Mull
Bartholomew
Wjnna
Jtnpp
Maaland
nuiby
..Lewis
. Drake
Doddridge
.Pancoast
Northeast High School lined up against St
Joseph's College today at "!th and Cambria,
streets. The line-up:
M. Joseph s Col. Positions. Northeast H. S
Pi7 Golf Like Veterans Over Bain,
Club Course.
Mention was made in these col u in lib a
few days ngo of the brothers Stevenson,
who leccntly played for the junior cham
pionship of the Uala Oolf Club. In this
match both played wonderful golf for
youngsters. "Little Bob" had his brother
dormle two, but Walter's eagle on the
pond hole proved to much for "Hob."
Walter drove across the lake beautifully
and holed out with his iron in two to
four by "Hob " A three on the ninth i.v
Walter to four by "Hob" squared the
match and tho boys will meet again In thc
near future.
W. N. Stevenson, Jr., is 13 years of age
and won the Junior championship of Cape'
Mny last summer, and Itobert Is 11 years
of age. In their match at Hala the medal
scores wcro 110 for Walter. Jr.. and 111
for "Jlob." They drove from tho men's
tees and also drove the pond each time
without one mishap.
STRAYER'S AND TEMPLE
MEET ON GRIDIRON
-rdlJSifty" .?U-"V,S$VS01ifr" ,ack"d Temple
?he Tln"up 'h an'' T,0,rB "l"t5 ta"T.
Straver'u
i-'n
ine llne-un
Btrayer's College
viinnon . .
Qulnn . .
Longworth
Ke.ine . . .
Mark ley .
Mcllrearty
Delanej . ,
McMullin
Faut .
Lew Is . .
Theodosla
Hennls left em!
Donnelly left tackle. . .
Diamond left guard...
"urns centre....
Henderson right guard..
Spearing right tackle. .
Anderson rlcht end
Mahonsy quartorbacL .
Welgand . ... left half baik
Martin right halfback.
Thornton . . . fullback
I mplre, H A. Davidson. Pnlverslty of Penn
slvanla; referee. J H Sheble I'nlverslty of
I'ennsvlvanln. Time of pcrhMs, 10 minutes.
Illdnath
. . . . Thomas
W. Whltaker
F Whltnker
. Mnssev
.... Gardner
Ilrelthaupt
. . . Wilson
lleuer
Hedeit
Webb
Positions.
..left end .
left tackle
left guard. .
.. centre ...
right guard. . .
.right tackle..
right end .. .
quarterback...
left halfback
right halfback.
. fullback..
Temple L'nlv
Johnson
. Schaeffer
McDonald
I.emer
.... Shenkle
. . . . Shleres
Nash
Cogger
. . . Htalrry
... Mllle-
Ester
DE LANCEY CLASHES WITH
LANSDOWNE HIGH SCHOOL
WEST PHILADELPHIA HIGH
VS. ALLENTOWN PREPS.
Vet Philadelphia High clashed with the
AHentow-n reps at Houston Field, i-nh and
Somerset streets, today. The llno-up
GERMANTOWN ACADEMY
VS. ST. LUKE'S SCHOOL
.mJrJ,'a2,.0"in tAPIl'mv was ,he gridiron en-
fvicuf ri.J'Yi:!' ' ;1'001 nt the Germantown
'rjeket flub this afternoon.
i ne iinc-up
Positions,
left end . . .
left tackle . .
left guard
centre
right guard
right taikle .
right end .
. nunrterhMU
Hallowell leant 1 leer iiHirK-i,.i
Pmnks . . right halfh.ick
rtandolpli . . fniihaik .
Iteferec -Vnll, fnlvendty of
vvi','.' ',-' r' rincetnn Head linesman
Whitney ale Time of periods 10 minutes
uiea.
St. Luke's.
Lonsstreth.
Itoblnnn....
Campbell ...
Orrws
Hedley. . ..
Craig
Stokes ....
Sargent
(termantown.
I'mstead
F. Cliff
sliced
Crawford
Martllng
. ...... Jones
Cahall
.... Ramsdell
lA-nb
Holmes
Cllffo (capt )
I'cnnsvivania.
Mtentown Pre,
Squler . ...
Helfrl.-k. .
Itachman ..
Snlx.
vounr.
Paumsnrtner.
Ilersh..
Lutz. .
Ichr.. ...
JUvler.
A HUglns
Positions.
lert end
left tackle .
. left gu ird . .
. icntro
right guard
right tackle .
right end . .
quarterback
left hxlfbaik
right hslfb.uk
fullback
W
tjiIk rMf fch.nol's "m bucked Lansdowne
GOOD TRAP SPORT
Plenty of Work Outlined on Tomor
row's Card of Events.
Trap gunners vvill go to various local '
and cjubuiban clubs tomoriow. One big !
attraction Is an all-duv tatget shoot at
ICdge Hill on the Heading It Is the I
trilra annual target shoot or the Over
land Motor Car Company. Last year's
tourncj was a fine one
The contest will start at 10:30 a. m
and continue until tunset. Five nets of
trap will be operateo. permitting rapid
shooting. A prize will be given for tha
best Boore on 1W taigets. another for
those paitlclpatlng in the spoon event
The gunners will be divided into classes,
and a troph) will be awarded to each
high gun lverybod is eligible to take
part and no marksman will he allowed
to win more than one of the prizes.
Those who fancy the feathered target
game will nnd sport aplenty at the Eagle
sruuna- nev ilmoa.
JillS, yiS4--------
J -t-ey mk a fc w4lSH
f Jt x?jr
Tirrl
ifflMr - sf5I nJl
Lunsidnuna If .
Kldd . .
Wure
Wright . . .
Paul ... .
King . . .
Watklns . .
Hannum
D Mc ln
I.. McLean
(Captain)
Klcnls
Wetzel
Position
.left end.
left tackle
. left guard.. .
. .. .centre ....
right guard . .
Jlght tackle...
. right end . . .
quarterback
left halfback.
right halfback
fullback . .
P. H.
. Otley
Klmchner
crow ell
MrCcrmlek
Itlc hard son
Purcell
. Clarko
Hills
D Feater
Klstler
tr t-...
n.f.i "-. .. '.' r '"""r
........ ......-l, iiui i mpire Whet
stone. Pcnn Time of perlods-io minute.
SOUTHERN HIGH FOE OF
NATIONAL FARM SCHOOL
EPISCOPAL ACADEMY
VS. CHESTNUT HILL
Cplhcopal Academy nnd Chestnut Hill Acad-
!,",y ,w"Skr,j;1 ,r"ur ' -J and Walnut
streets The line-up-
j hest. Hill Acid. Positions. Kplscopal Acad.
Floo.1
Fflln
Strnnbrldge
P. Hunter
Ulnckledge
Kltas
A. Hunter .
Calllard
(Captain)
Granger
KUIson .
litberton . .
left end
. left tackle
. ..left guard .,
. centre
. right guard,
.right tackle
. . . right end .
quarterback. .
. . left halfback .
. right halfback
... fullback
11,1..,, uuiiiern Jiign was in roe of the National
twi-ancy S Farm School n lctrh ,,rt -....... ..""!'
n L.g'day The line-up '""" """'" ,D
Desparn i ,. .. ... .
. Slick I oocunern Jtlgn
Hamilton I ,SouJht'r" "
. Samuels , "'ock1 .
iiright """'''y
iinhi.. lrio II
" ' Il...
aw.a.NI
. . Langford
. Halloway
P. Martin
(Captain)
Tavenner
PENN CHARTER HITS
RADNOR HIGH SCHOOL
ITll, llniiirt
Prankel . . .
Freeman .
Metoy
Oottlleb . .
King
Mcphlllmee
Horr . ..
Positions.
left end
.. left tackle
.Itft guard
.. . .centre
right guard
right tackle
right end
quarterbark
. .left halfback
right halfback
fullback
National F S.
National f S
Nusbaum
-. Hllfand
- Light
bellgman
. Hankcharou
Ilautman
Stamen
Kiiuffmai
Hoss
Semel
e irge
Iteferee. Corjell. I'nlverslty
vanla t'mplre. IVkles. llaverford
periods, lo minutes
Karl
... . Knrp
. (Illmnre
. . McCall
Pugh
Van Meter
. Donsark
. .. Stewart
. . . Dickson
nidllo
Applegata
(Captain)
of Pennsvl.
Time of
Harvard Is Winner
Harvard overwhelmed Dartmouth yes
terday ln the ilernwntciun Hoys' Club
Soccer League, krottng eight goals and
holding Its opponents to a single tally.
Itudnor lllrh
Dallett
i Han
(laett)
I Calhoun
Markei
' Mils n
I Mcdrady
Hunt
I.nch u-ejpi i
Farrow
Fronefleld
Positions
left end
.. left tackle
. left guard .
centre
right guard
right tackle
right ind
quanerbaek
left h4lfri
right halfback
fullback
Peon Charter
Moors
Prow n
vi Itna
Van Dusen
ldard
I'rnna. k
Klndlg
Hall ...ell (capt
4lh
Ouyer
IU K
"BOB" AND WALTER
STEVENSON
"Bob" is the youngster whose pic.
ture appears on the left. The two
boys arc expert .golfers and have dis.
played their ability on more than one
occasion, ""e
rOOTniLT. TOMOltHOW
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'You Know Me, Al"
BeRinninr; Tuesday. Octo
ber 27th. and continuinp
until November 3rd, Rin
Lardner whose Bush
Leapue letters in the
Saturday Evening Post
have spread his fame as
a humorist will write a
daily letter on the Har
vard - Michigan football
eraine.
Lardner's style is so at
tractive that you will get
a big laugh whether you
are interested in football
or not.
These letters will be pub
lished in Philadelphia
exclusively in the
toning Bfc&gjp
ONE CENT
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