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I IN SATURDAY'S GAMES
I Open Style of Play Incident to the New Football
Has Eliminated the Many Accidents Which
Formerly Marred the Game,
I Nov. 17. The University
of "vVisconsln'fi football team IS
I champion of the "hie nine" Oils
c S year. Saturday's same was Uio
crowning achievement of an un
broken list of triumphs for the cardinal
colors this fall and all middlc-wcat foot
' bill criticism unite In declaring that the
Wisconsin team ha deserved its honors
by superiority In ovcry department of the
Loading coaches say the "new football"
has never received more convincing dem
onstrations than have been given by the
Wisconsin eleven wlileh has shown the
ability to devino tactics and execute for
mations calculated to take the utmost
advantage of the open same.
The tactics by which the Wisronson
team havo won are Napoleonic, jn Hint
they follow Napoleon's theory of milltarv
attack, first Die artillery, (hen the at
H tick with masses of Infantry and fliinllv
IHI tho cavalry charge.
WIsconKon lias opened Its same.? with
a series of punts io develop Its oppon
ents' style. Following this the Cardinal
team has played straight football, ham
mering the opposing line between cen
ter and guard and tacklo j-o forcibly that
the team has been forced to bring lis
back field up close to the line. This
- usually gavo "Wisconsin Its opportunltv
K to execute forward passes for long gains
Team Work Best Asset.
R Tactics of this Eort were bound to win
when executed by a team as strong as
the Wisconsin. The team numbered
many Individual stars, such as Gillette.
van Rlpor, Van Gent and others, but
its best asset la it perfect team-work
BGj and the training of tho men In the rudl-
Jj monta of tho same. The men played
Hi clone to tho ground and tho runners
Iran low, tho players were drilled In tack
ling until they were certain to drop an
opposing runner and fumbling was re
duced to a minimum. Conference rivals
of Wlsconson are tho first to admit the
strength of the champions,
Chicago and Minnesota "play for sec
ond honors here next Saturday On pre
vious performances Minnesota has sllght
Jj the bettor prospect. The Minnesota
team is composed mostly of grncn plavers
put the Chicagoans eccmcd to havo fo'und
It impossible to get going this season.
Season Ends Saturday.
Minnesota is expected to make a forc
rno3t bid for tho championship next sea
son. The way its players withstood the
Tvisconsln attack desplto their lack or
experience Indicates that next year the
northmen will have a championship team.
Chicago also should do better next year.
Tith apparently everything in its favor
except weight the Maroon team has dis
played an apathy this season against
which the coaches have striven in vain.
Four games next Saturday will end
the conference season. Chicago vs. Min
nesota at Chicago. Wlsconson at Iowa
City, Illinois vs. Northwestern at Evans
ton and Indiana- vs. Purduo at Lafay
ette. Harvard Players Fit.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 17, The
Harvard players came through their hard
contest with Dartmouth in vcrv good
ahape. The wear and tear of the con
flict weakened Captain "Wondr.ll, but a
day of two of rest will fix him up. Har
ry Gardner, the quaitcr back, turned his
an'cle Saturday, but ho will be In nhape
for the Yale conflict. Brlcklev was in
town today and feeling like a "thorouch
bred, as he termed it.
The performance of tho Harvard team
wan not satisfactory to the coaches.
n Coach Fisher says they have gone back
since the Princeton contest, while the
others have various faults to find with
tho different players individually and
The Crfmson coachen, Messrs. "Worth
Ington and Fisher, todav complained of
tho necllscnco of tho officials In Satur
days game, while Dudley Dean, an ex
tTarvard player and newspaper man. glvs
the Dartmouth team a grilling for em
ploying, as he claims, unfair tactics.
This Is probably a straw which shows
the way the wind blows In Harvard's
j tamp concerning the aggressive Dart-
mouth team, which, before the same, was
t Jialed as the meekest that ever left the
rock-ribbed hills of old New Hampshire.
, if Harvard, after due consideration, de-
fides to sever football connections with
H WHO'E'E! I
H Something for Noth- I
H Estimates, Designs ami 1
S Consultations given cheer- U
H fully on all glass jobs. I
H Come on, now; let's get ac- g
H quainted. i
I THE CULMER CO. I
I ( I Glass. Was. 3200 1
.. I Glazing. 355 S.W.T. I
the Hanover university. Just as she has
track relations, the University of Penn
sylvania will probably'be a strung 'con
tender for the place. Pennsylvania was
always a good drawing card.
Cornell Is Gloomy.
ITHACA. N. Y.. Nov. 17. Gloomv and
disappointed over their defeat by Mich
igan and with Pennsylvania's remark
able victory over tho Tndlans staring
them In the face, tho Cornell football
team returned here this morning from
Ann Arbor with the prospect of six
strenuous days of-last-ullch training for
the annual Thanksgiving dav game. Cor
nell's record wa3 bad enough when the
team went west. Now it is blacker than
tcr and hopes of retaining a patch of
tlielr prestige by beating Pennsylvania
has been abandoned. The coaehes were
reticent and I he team dowmmst as they
emerged from their private ear and even
the loyal cheering of hundreds of stu
dents who went down without breakfast
to welcome I ho players failed to lighten
a situation sufficed with gloom.
The squad came through the game in
pretty good shape and the whole team
Is expected to beciu hard work tomor
row for the Pennsylvania game. Six
days of practice remain to the.ni. O'Con
nor and Champaign were the. .most se
verely Injur.cd, but Coach Sharps expects
I hey will be out by the middle of the
Lofius May Start Game.
ORICICNWICII. Conn.. Nov. 11). The
Vale football headquarters were todav
transferred to Ihls shore line town. With
the arrival of the Eli football squad,
gridiron enthusiasm became rampant but
the warriors avIio met Princeton yester
day were Jlltle In evidence after their
Scrimmaging tomorrow will be for only
tho erriibs. Trainer John Mack today
said that tho players came through yes
terdays gamo in splendid condition.
l'Jynn s neck ligaments were soro today
and Pendleton was also lame He was
hammered from the guard position by
the wearing Tiger attack, but otherwise
there were no Injuries.
Yale will start the week of the Har
vard game realizing that Iltlln practice
Is possible, but Avlth the same two posi
tions that have been uncertain all tho
fall quarter back and right guard still
The play which resulted in tb0 tying
of tho scorn yesterday through Pumpol-
ys wonderful booting was called for
by Frank "Lofius. third sub. after he had
nceii In the game just two minutes. I.of
fUSi '3'V,1 rilmPGlIv worked together all
list fall as quarter back and tackle for
the freshman eleven.
,i vfll?'s.forlunes from the time
that I.oftus entered tho game and some
of the coaches think that he Is the man
to run the eleven next Saturday.
Defends "Tubby" Waller.
PRINCETON N .J.. Nov. 17 All mem
now.i'.LV10, Pr,ncctoji football team who
participated In yesterday's game with
1 ale came through the battle without anv
?ftUIBh..i3iCcpt C,ipJ.a!" Pendleton, whose
left shoulder was dislocated.
Captain Pendleton in ah interview to
night defended "Tubby" Waller the
I rlncoton halfback, who was disqualified
for alleged rough playing In tackling
Mynn. the Yale fullback. He said'
i,-ivLW!.Sn ,ru?l11 0,1 t0,), of tho P'11 "or
J'ljnn had got around my end and I
W,wScfmlfAVlnf- HV was nait'y slopped,
but still moving when "Waller Jumped on
him. Just as any other defensive play"
would have done. Ills knee mav have
struck 1-lynn's head, but that often hap
pens in that kind of a play. The dis
qualification of Waller put In a bad" light
apjayer who is just as clean as any of
MADERO SEES DERBY;
MEXICO CITY. Nov. 17. President
Madero and members of his cabinet saw
the running of the Mexico derby todav .
Joaquin Amor's Machlntla. with Robert""
up. won the event. Avhlch was at a mire
and a- half. I-Jxtra Dry finished second
and Mad re Parla. third. Time 2:472. Tl a
?0m$ adJ,e(1 V the government, aboit
Ha.ooo. make. the stakes one of the uiott
valuable on the continent.
HIGH SCHOOL READY
FOR DOUBLE GAME
It Is doubtful If Coach Richardson will
allow the high school to nlay another
fame before Thanksgiving day. Tho In
to have played Jordon high
'"J" rlday but that game wan
postponed to give the -Granite teAm a
m 9-rnnltc who had previously Avon
! easily from Jordan lost to the Indians
by a score of r.I to 0, and so even were
I .l game played with the Sandv bovs It
. would prove nothing more than a prac
tice content. Richardson, however. Is
Miot anxious to give the boys a game
.before they meet Ogden high, preferring
to use the first team us a developer for
the second squad who go to Gmnd Junc
tion for Thanksgiving day tangle.
The selection of the team for the Colo
rado trip Ut causing the coach some study
as he wishes the boys to win there, but
will not draw too heavily on the first
team lest he weakens that aggregation
tor the Ogden game on the same day.
Several of the second squad bows have
partly Avon their lttter and Richard
son is desirous of giving them a chance
to finish as "11" men. This Is another
point that Is Avorrylng him and Just how
ho wi U manage to satisfy a!l concerned
InHuftlug himself Is a nuzzling question.
Tho second team aviII carry an extra
plajpi- on the f'o'orndo trip instead of
a manager, tl Is being considered advis
able because of the greater weight of
jHOFPE HOLDS LEI
II BILLIARD ITCH;
Morningslar's Defeat by Ya
" macia Leaves Champion in
Front in Tournament.
NEW TOIUC. Nov. 17. Willie I-loppr,
tho present title holder, now has the
undisputed lead in the 1S.L' balk line
billiard championship tournament . being
played at. the Hotel 'Astor. Bv defeat
lug Calvin Dcmarcst last night after
KodjI Yamada had defeated Ora Morn
ingstar In the afternoon's play, JIoppo
jumped into the load and looms up as
the most likely winner of the tourna
ment. A strange feature about this s that
it was Yamada who pulled Hoppe downl
In his standing by defeating mm, and
it was Yamada who boosted him into
the lead by defeating Mornlngslar, avIio!
previously was tied with Iloppe for tho;
The week's play has proved several I
things. First of all. It has proved that
KodjI Yamada of Japan is one of I he
most spectacular players to watch In ac
tion, jle has a fault which appears tol
affect all of the players competing fori
the title he plays In streaks. At times)
ho has shown a form that Is unbeatable;
and at other times, he lias seemed only
a trifle bettor than a short slop player.
This, however, has been true of all tho
contestants, including Iloppe. In all of
tho champion's games ho has started
out strongly, but toward the eloso of
practically cvory one of his matches ho
has slowed up In his work. Ills execu
tion has been bad and his ability to
gather the balls and "nurse"' them hasi
also suffered. '
If Yamada were as perfect In all of bis
Avork as he is in making masse shots he
would bo the greatest billiard player of
all lime. He plays the masse in prefer
ence to simple draws almost continually
and tils fact alone has made him popular
with the huge galleries which have at
tended the matchos.
Tomorrow afternoon Dcmarest ami
Cllne and Morlngstnr and Taylor play,
while In the evening Hoppe and Sutton
and Yamada and Slos.son meet.
Tho standing of tho players at the end
of the Avcck Is as follows:
Won. Lost, average. run.
Hoppe ........ I 1 21 1-17 233
Mornlngslar ... 3 'Z lfi 20-.10 167
Yamada 2 22 1G-22 l.'JS
Slosson '. '-' 25 5-10 ICG
Dcmarcst 2 " 1C, 20-110 132
Sutton 2 r 20 20-10 1 10
Cllno 2 n; 20-::u s
Taylor 1 A 10 1-32 117
Goes Two Miles in 1:18 3-5;
Spill Causes Excitement;
No One Hurt.
By International News Service.
LOS ANG ISLES. Nov. 17. The break
ing of a- world's record and a sensational
crash which hurled two riders to tho
track added unusual excitement this
afternoon to the motorcyclo races at tnc
The accident came in tho deciding heat
of the class E! professional race at ten
miles. Clarence Blgss was tearing along
at a terrific clip when something went
wrong Avlth his machine. He quickly
pulled down to the footboard and In do
ing so crossed the path of G. B. Stokes.
There Avas a crash that sent both riders
spinning, but fortunately neither was se
The Avorld's record Avas broken In the
first heat of the class A invitation race
at two miles by L. I. Humlston. Ho drove
the distance in 1:1S 3-5, cutting two-fifths
of a second off the time made by Eddie
Ilnsha on the same track last year.
Holds Its Twenty-Fifth
Annual Session Today
NEW YORK. Nov. 17. Amateur ath
letic delegates from all part of the Unit
ed States are in this city for the twenty
fifth annual meeting of that body Avhlch
is called for tomorrow at the Yt'aldorf
In addition to the Important AA'ork of
electing officers for the coming year
and parislng on records made during the
year there will be a celebration of the
quarter century anniversary of the union
which will end with a banquet.
At the end of Its first quarter cen
tury the A. A. IT. has enrolled more than
2.000.000 athletes registered with the A.
A. U. or Its allied members In this coun
try. From a smalt association composed
of fourteen clubs it has extended Its
scope until now there are thirteen asso
ciations having a membership of more
than 1000 clubs, and It takes in Hawaii
where the association flourishes with a
membership of thirteen of tho strongest
clubs in the Islands.
One of the most Important pieces of
business which may come before the board
at the opening session will be the con
sideration of records. There has ben
much discussion of the claim of Horlne
of the University of California for the
high jumping record of 6 fret 7 Inches.
Horlne has never shown any such form
and his claim If looked on with suspi
cion by many experts.
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j nmv&SkdP 4$ $i$$Tk rf ArvocvrE THAT HE IS ft CORKE7?:
LITTLE WILLIE WAS OUT FOR TA-T?a-Ra-RA FULL. THE PROPRIETOR HATJ
B RD'S .EGGS LTLE WiLLIF STAH JOHNSON, AH ADVERTISED A REALISTIC
rriMBFD ATHFE J ,tti n THINK THATS A Vr?Y SENSIBLE PRODUCTION OP THE GQUEEEUNK
WlLLlfRE ftSn A Sl IDEAH SOME PEOPLE HAVE OF HOR R OR JUST AS IT OCCURRED
WILLIE REACHED A BlPDS TAkriN'TUFire MFW , OirrUNDAU AT SQUCEDUNK TWE
ISEST. WW flTDlD Ii TTLE SCREES IN 3IOTEATHER TIME C.AME.THE OPERATOR
WJLLIE SEE. HE SAW A LITTLE 1 J uTfX- F iNnFPr, P..IT G-OT BUSY ANO EVERY BODY
DOWNYBIRDS NEST WITH 'Xf I?? S wp?BSi AT UP AND LOOKED AHEAD
NOTHING IH IT BlTT A NOT -tm att IN "rtJ f Pi TV SO AS NOT to MISS A 6W61E'
"IP TWB LIGHT WAS OUT T?FnP?p Z,Jl J?r CMAMP CLAT?K TOOkT TAfnr,
AND THE SHI? RflNONTHfi aTF n IT WW t U If Vk BRYA AND TEDDY ACPOSS
IROCKTS AND WAS WRWKED uIpA 1 BE CHERRY TBFF TWE AWATC WWO
WOUL.INT THAT BEACON' C HOP aT DE CHERRY TREE. Woopi?oW W7LsoN?- I
' fOLfjTjP SHAME? MR.Km&.THE SlLVERToNffU&TJ 0
STAND BACK BOYS'. ffiST NoT sms HeRE" OM WITH THE EAT?MUFF2
r.lF Pm-aip -way bowh upon the BOYS.1 HERE COMES
(IVL tri AlK s wanee BIvek- ) THp WATERMELON.
HALTl IYO0?- II (THEN- I JIM THE BOOB
UfilT AHO eostthou WHO THflT?0TTE7H
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Champion Says He Is Still
By International News Service.
SAN" J'R.A N'CISCO. Nov. 17. Ad Vol
gast, who is to meet Willie Ritchie lierc
on Thanksgiving day. put In a quiet
day at the Seal Kock house, on the
ocean bench, where he will prepare him
self for the battle The champion was
not ovcr-cnthuaiastic about donning tho
boxing gloves on account of a sore hand.
Ho did a little boxing this afternoon In
order to satisfy tho curious multitude
but his real work will not begin until
the middle of the week. Then he will
take chances at all comers, big and
"They all scorn to be knocking." sighed
Ad. "They tell me to my face that I
am all In and that I never can come
back: but I am getting used to It. So
long as I can go ahead and win and get
the money I guess I am all right. Tliey
say I am through, but T don't see any
of them stopping me. T have beaten
many a one of them since that opera
tion, and I am going to keep on beating
"And I won't stop after tho first fel
low beats me. either. Not nie. I will
start again just to satisfy myself. That's
my system. Of course. T am not so
foolish as to think T can go on forever
and keep the title. They all lose It some
time, I will lose 11. too. I don't intend
to retire with the championship. I In
tend to go right on fighting just as long
as 1 can figlit and just as long as there
is any money in the game for me. I
can quit any time I want to. but I
don't like to fight and 1 like to make
Willie Ritchie is plugging away over at
Blllv Shannon's place In San Ttafael.
Manager Bill Nolan Is not for rushing
the liby along because he knows that
Willie can make the weight handily
enough and he docs not want to take a
chance of getting him stale. Ritchie
had the gloves on today with a few of his
sparring partners and took things rather
FOR THE OLYMPIAD
American trapshooters will be pre
pared to meet the world's best miners
in tho Olympiad in Germany in 1P16.
One daj' each' week lias been set aside,
by tho most prominent clubs in Xow
York, Boston, Philadelphia and other
cities, so that their marksmen can be
come familiar with the Olympic style of
Lrapshootinp. Much timo aud atten
tion is being devoted to the method of
holding the gun and the manner of
.sighting. Each contestant will bo com
pelled to bold it: below the elbow until
such tinio as the clay target is sprung.
JTo must then raise his gun and fire
intantly witliout taking any time for
J Favor International Race.
1 Massachusetts yachtsmen arc in fa
j vor of a proposed race between three
'English 'boats and three representative
American yachts, the first race to be
held in British waters. According to
'the International Yacht Eaciug union,
the boats would be oight meters or
twenty-eight and a half feet, loug.
Thcso boats would correspond to Amer
ican thirty-onc-raters in treneral design
and sailing area. International rac
ing has already been established by
America and Germany in soun lor
yachts. Tins year's events in tlm lat
ter class will be sailed in this counlrv
in Isew Kngluud waters. i
Trott Is Ambitious.
CHICAGO, Nov. 17.; Sammy Trott. tha
sturdy Columbus lightweight, flitted
through town tonight In charge or 31an
; or NIc-.k AlbaiifZ, who runs boxing
shows at I ho Ohio capital. They arc mi
tl",r way to Jxs Angeles with a long
record and a hunh of letters to show
Promoter Thomas "AlcCarcy when they ai
rlvo. Trott longs to mlnglo with tlo
winner of tho Tllvcrs-Mandbt fight ar.d
hopes Uncle Tom will see fit to give hi n
a chance. Trott has fought draws wl lv
Uattllng Nelson and F3dl Brock, aim
clnlms victories over a lot of lough oncsJ
IE of I
O'Reilly Wins Claim
Louisville Club for Sot
as Scout i
By International News ijr)ce.if
CHICAGO. Nov. li.-.ScctaR
Farrcll of the National Aaar
Baseball Leagues, before livivlni
home made -public the decllon
by the national board at ha t
the L'onsresa hotel on Sat'inlay.1'
lug Is a partial list of cafes tl
Application of 1 Mayer V. ..,
Kansas City club to be declare
claim of John C. O'I'.elllv of N
against Louisville club for set
sciut was awarded ns rolloui;:'
slou of J100 each for sale of Dl
Snyder and salary of SU'j a tu
three months, total S57S. '
Claims of Players Occannli-ic'
ser against Wilkughurrc rlulii
days' Hillary; allowed, fjt. '
WllkesbaiTo dubs fined JMO (.-ncf
hillug laws against farming In
ulrre case. j
Tin- board affirmed the declilo
prsldent of the Nebraska J?lnt
awarding I he pennant to llasi
Claim of I'lnycr Meyers pf Kpo
part of purchase pike hi sale U
Nationals was allowed. i
Claim of .Portland dub again
club for 5H00 'was nllowrrl.
Claim of Superior. Nob., club
A. J5- IklgKU Ol HUMUS Mil,
Player Dessau was awnrded IflH
I C Chiim of C M- Sarchet of Gu
1". A, Daniels or McAlcstrr. CM
$500 against Oklahoma City vm
missed with statement Hint m
i should be decided In a civil ?pj
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