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8 THE WASHINGTON EEEALD SATURDAY OCTOBER 20 1906 4
LADY VERAJSRECORD VERAJSRECORDy YfflAS RECORD RECORD011C1S
Worlds y Hlds Mark for 6 6l2 t 12 FlU Furlongs FlUlongsLowere1 Flulongs ¬
longs longsLowere1 longsLowere1DISHAEILLE Lowered LoweredDISHABILXE LoweredDISHABILE
DISHABILXE DISHAEILLE AN EASYVIGTOE EASYVIGTOEWins EASY VIOTOR VIOTORll
Wins iIi ll Vorilliam t JHsImelght Hnmll Hnmllcap JlnIUllII Mflfl1Ita1
cap II for All ARCS AesJIiIlcr Miller Pilots Out Outcome OutOlne Outcome ¬
come Olne and Sitffrnpre Sitffrn to Victory but butLoHfx lndLOIJlH butLoMM
LoHfx on Theyre Off Columbia ColumbiaGirl ColnmbiuGirl Coluinblittir1
Girl Beats n Big Dil Field In the First FirstNew I F1ritNew lrlt lrlttw
New tw York Oct aAnotlaer Another worlds WOTkl rec recr recrd
> rd r went by the board today when L Lady LadyYHa LaIyVra cly clyVera
Vera net et up a new n w mark for six ad sndaIt ad a ahilf
hilf 11 1 aIt If furlongs going olnS the distance In IrMM IrMMThe 11f 11136Tle U UTlc
The former record was made by Voor Voorhees Voorb Voerhec
hees b hec s s last Wednesday in 11715 11715The 1 1171iThe 17l 17lThe
The feature of the card was ws the Ford Fordriarn Fordham Fordhitn
ham riarn Highweight HI hwejght Handicap In which whichI whichIjshabille whichPishabllle
I Ijshabille > ishabille was wa an easy vktor The race racewis rattWas racewas
Was a pitfall for the talent inasmuch as asHen askn a aen
Hen kn en Ban 6 i to tl 1 1 carried Oford 0 ford 11 to M Mf Hfrite 1 1fvorite
f fvorite ivorite frite Dolly Spanker 8 < mktr and Incantation Incantationvide Incantatlooide
vide ide at the head hf > ad of the stretch retCh This Thismade Thismade Thisiliie
made it an a 1n n easy matter for Dishabille DishabilleTV Dishabillewho Dishabillewho
TV who ho hugs hugged < tl the th rail to go 03 o and win by bytwo b bt bylW
two t lW WJ lengths from Zienap backed down to toto
4 to o 1 six lengths away Hell Ban took tookthird tookthid tookthird
third mon mony monyThyre tnonyTheyre < y yTheyre
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fourth ev evnt vnt < nt tor twoyearolds at a mile milein milein milen
in n spite Rflit d < t t the th fact that Miller was up upv Witbeaten apvs
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H IImoat I < Inioit Park Ra ac Track N Y Oct OctHi OctItTlwrt Oct19There
Hi ItTlwrt T here was wa a collision of race raceh trains trainsin
in h 11 > t today > day that threw hundreds 8f f race raceint ractJ racet
t t J n int intc a panic Injuring InJurf one man eo eoriously 110rifltl noriotisly
riously rifltl ly that hat h h4 is likely Hk ly to die and andhurtins andhurtin andhuitin
hurtins hurtin a < core of other otherA othtrtrain
A train from Long Island City had hadjust hadjut hadjust
just pulled p puilo 1Pi into the th siding at Belmont BelmontI lilelmontIark Imont Imontllrk
I llrk ark and discharged ilisehargedits its passengers pa SMgers when whennotit w wtennntier en ennntt
notit nntier > r I tamp amp along along at full speed an anl anldahtd anillahsd l lila
ila dahtd h l Into in to the empty cars It plowed plowedIts
Its way through t lrough the rear car of the first firsttrain nrsttrain flrstt
train trainMen trainME t ra In InMen
Men ME > II and women wom > n were thrown from fromtlifir fromt1Pir fromtlwir
tlifir seats Sl8t l there were shrieks of terror terrorand terrormd teriurind
and the t ht > passengers pstiSPng > lS made a mad rush for forUK fort fordoors
UK t llf doors Several v ral women fainted and andljul andLad
Lad 1 id to be carried 1rr trred f to places of safety safetyVhen safet safethen safetyWhen
When hen order wag wa partly restored it was wasfound Wasf0111111 wasftimnil
found that Robert Buttles who ho has been beenID
ID the tll employ of the Pinkertons for foryears forYI foryirs
years YI was the only person who was se seriously Be Beriously notiously ¬
riously injured His le leg was horribly horriblycrushed boniblyCru horriblyeruihed
crushed Cru < htd iind nd he h was otherwise so ser seriously eritu neriuusly ¬
iously itu lr hurt that there are small chances chancesfor eba chancesor CeS CeSor
for or his life lifeScores UfeSHr lifeScores
Scores SHr ot others were cut by flying flyingKVCS 1I71 1I71l flyingid
KVCS id l l isi and were rc more or less 1 ogS seriously seriouslyhurt serlowdyI norloualyhurt5
hurt I I rt
Hovrlnno steward at Beruiiiif BeruiiiifNew Bcn1IIn Bcn1IInXew lleniiingNew
New York Get O t 19 19Tbestewanls The stewards of the theJockey theJock theJockey
Jockey Jock y Club have appointed W S Vos Voshurgh Voehurgh V Vburgh
hurgh sirward at the autumn meeting meetingof t1ag t1agur
of the Metropolitan and Queens County CountyJotkoy CountyJockfY CountyJoky
Jotkoy Clubs H J 1 Morris steward at atthi atIho atth
thi th autumn meeting of the MarylandJoekf Maryland MarylandJockey MarylandJoekey
Jockey Joekf > Club and S S S S Rowland steward stewardfor stewanlflt atewardfir
for tho th > autumn meeting of the Washing Washington Washl Washltn Washingtn ¬
tn Jockey Club
PIGHTBSS FIGHTERS1rrAY HAY MEET AGAIN AGAINBig AllAIN thAINUI1 I IrUg
Big UI1 Purse Offered McGovcm and nndCorbett andCorbctt andCorbeit
Corbett to Mill lU1l1nt nt Chel ClieIne ClieIneNew ci ciNew 1 1New
New York Oct 19 ItAs As a result of their theirsplendid theirsphmdld theirsplendId
splendid sixround battle in Philadelphia Philadelphiaon PhiladelphiaOft
on Wednesday ay night McGovern and Cor Corbett Corbett CccbeU ¬
bett nav have received an offer to fight fifteen fifteenrounds ftftetmrouncls fifteenrounds
rounds before be re the Lincoln Athletic Atblet1Club Club of ofChelsea ofCbelsea ofChelsea
Chelsea MASK M for a purse pUrs of 510C08L 1UQ In Inregard Inr Inregard
regard r nl to this t offer Harry Pollok the themanager theJllllftaser themanager
manager of r Young Corbett said his man manwas manwas manwas
was ready to enter the ring again with withTerrible withTerrIble WithTerrJb1e
Terrible Terry at any time tlm or place but butonly butonl7 butoniy
only under u et two conditions These condi conditions condltlOII8 conditions ¬
tions are that there be a sidebet of ofandthat ofaudthat
600 and andthat that Terry wear padding on Ida bishead biaMad Idahead
head headIa MadIa head15u
Ia regard to the latter proposition Pollok Polloksaid Pollokaid Polloksaid
said that there was no doubt in his mind mindthat mindtbat mindthat
that McGovern butted viciously on put purpose putpose parpoec ¬
pose in the recent fight fightSo tightSo
So badly J is Corbetts head cut up upsaid tiPsaid upsaid
said Pollok that it looks like a railroad railroadmap nlUroadmap railroadmap
map It was necessary nces r to have three threestitches threestitches threestitches
stitches taken for one of o tho cuts yester yesterday yesterday ycaterday ¬
day Young Corbett also believes that thatTerry tbatTerry thatTerry
Terry butted with foul intent intentMATCH ntentMATCH ntenLMATCE
MATCH FOE HERMAN HEEMASTJSevntln HERMANeualu HERM HERMZtevuda
JSevntln eualu Clnb Looking Iookln Around for fortlio forthe fortile
the Second Man ManChicago ManChIcago Iau IauChlcaSo
Chicago HI Oct 10 lOooKld Kid Herman Hermantbe Hermantile Hermanthe
tile Chicago lightweight Jtght e1ght pugilist who has hasbeen hasbeeR hasbeen
been trying to get a match with Battling BattlingNelson BatUmgNelson BattlingNelson
Nelson has hubeen been assured a t fight in Vir Virginia VIIsinla VirtnIa ¬
ginia tnIa City CJt Neb with either Nelson Joe JoeCans JoeGaDS JoeGaas
Cans GaDS the negro ro Jimmy Tlmm Brltt or Y YCorMU Young YoungCorbett YoungCorbett
Corbett This offer has ben accepted acceptedand acceptedand aocept aoceptand
and Billy Nolan Nelsons manager is now nowbeing noWbeln noWbeing
being beln communicated with He will likely likelyaccent likeIa likelyaccept
accent accentThe a acceptThe eJt eJtThe
The offer came from Mike Brennan a aformer aformer aformer
former Chicago bookmaker who is now nowinterested BOWInterested nowhiterested
interested In gold mines In Nevada and andwho andwlto andwho
who has organized a club to pull off a abig abig abig
big light during durlD the next sixty days daysBreniHUi daBrenlNUl daynBrennn
BreniHUi baa made ma e three oKer to Her Herman H Hermana r rmall ¬
man mall a purse of aa 31900 for a match with withNeteon witbNeJIIOn withNeleon
Neteon a purse of 5 2IDooo iY X for a fight with withBritt wilhBritt withBrltt
Britt a puree of ne JOoe8 for a battle with withJoe withJoe withJoe
Joe Cans and an Oder oIrf of o 8 S 8M for a amatch amat amatch
match mat h with either AicGovem ll Gov m or Young YoungCorbett Yoa YoaCorbett YoomgCorbeit
Corbett Each fighter is offered SSN SIS for forexpenses torexpellees forexpenses
expenses expelleesSTAHL expensesSTAHL expensesSTAHI
STAHL FOR MANAGER MANAGERBoston MANAGERDOltol1 MANAGBRBonton
Boston Outfielder Ont eltler Offered Position PositionXext PodtlonXext PonitlonNext
Xext Year cnr Held bj b Collins CollinsBoston CollinDo8to CollinsBoston
Boston Oct 11 1JIt It is I almost certain certainthat cerulntbat certainhat
that hat Charles S Stahl will ill be the manager managerof
of the Boston American League team in in1ST7 Inum
1ST7 During Durl the worWs rIds series In I Chicago Chicagoit
it leaked out that ooChlck Chick had a confer conference cooferenee conferenee ¬
enee with President Ban Johnson of the theAmerican tJwAmerican theAmerican
American league Jpa during the last visit visitof vialtof visitof
of the BOKton club to Chicago and he was wastold wastold mastold
told that Collins was out and was a there thereupon tbe tbeupon thereupon ¬
upon offered oI > 1 the position of p ayinKman playtn pIyingmanager ayinKmanager < mah mahagt
ager agt for next season He was U given t tunderstand tund tunderstsnd
understand und d that a settlement satisfactory satisfactoryto
to Collins would be had hadWhen badWhtn hadVhen
When Stahl reached Boston he had hadtalk a atalk atalk
talk with Collins olllns and found out that no nosettlement no8tttlement nosettlement
settlement had been made with TltIt the form former fonnlr formor ¬
er Boston leader so he went to the thequarters head headquarters headquarters ¬
quarters of the club Iub and declared that he hewould hewould hewould
would not assume the reins unless the therlub theIub theclub
club Iub arranged arrun d matters with Collins COBI Stabl Stabldfclared StabldflarecI Stahldfrlared
dfclared that Collins had landed two pen pennants penna1 pennaats ¬
nants na1 ta with wi tb the center fielder out of the thegame tbeUDt thegame
game UDt > half of the time and had been the thecause tbecause thecause
cause of the raise of Chicks Chick salary salaryfrom salaryfrom Ia13 Ia13from
from 188 32 O9 to uoa 1008 OO Stahl expressed xlN him himself himBelf hIm5eelf ¬
self as perfectly willing wllllA to handle the theclub Ulerlub theclub
club It a financial settement satisfactory satisfactoryto eatisf tory toryto
to Collins were w re made madeNEWARK ma maNEWARK madeNEWARK
NEWARK FOR OUTLAWS OTJTIAWSWill OUTLAWSrill
Will rill Abandon the lie Eastern En tern siiicl flu Jump Jumpto Jumlto Jumpto
to the TriState TcnKue TcnKueNewark leaueNewark 1cartieNewark
Newark Oct JtA A bombshell has been beenthrown beentIrown beentirown
tIrown into the local baseball camp Ar Arcordtng AI AIto Accosdtiig
cordtng to reports MHU there is a possibility of ofNewark ofNewark ofNewark
Newark being represented tecl to the outlaw outlawTriState outlawTnState outwTelState
TriState League next season It is re reported e eponecl reparsed ¬
ported that various Interest latel sts are at work workto workto workto
to accomplish this purpose and that tbatetrOlt a astrong astrong
etrOlt strong team m will be put to here to oppose opposethe oppoeethe opposethe
the Eastern League club ctubSeveral clubSeveral clubSeveral
Several changes c are booked Lee the Tri TriState TriState FriState
State League and It is als nina possible tfeat tfeatTrenton ttaatTreaton tbatTrenton
Trenton and WBoitagton will be add sddnd ad to tothe tothe tothe
the circuit circuitCleveland circuitCl S
Cleveland Cl < eInnal Not ot Entitled to Kay IvsifCinclimatl Iit IitCincinnati KayCincinnati
Cincinnati Onto Oct ML ttTIae Tbe national nationalbaseball udonalbaseball nationalbaseball
baseball commission today save ve Its elect decision electslon deemsion ¬
sion in reference refeff < e to the tbedaim claim of the thePortstiKvith tkPorUAnrvllh thePortsnwvoth
PortstiKvith Va dub for the services of ofPlayer utPlayer ofPlayer
Player William Kay who accepted accepl c1 terms termswith tfrMIIwith termswith
with them but never reported Kay Kayafterward KayaftfrwaFd Kayafterward
afterward signed with the Cievcutn CievcutnAmerican Clev ClevebindAmerican iaK iaKAm
American Am rlcan Leagve dab d for hIT J7 7 The com commission commission cammIssion ¬
mission decided that the title to the theplayer thepbf1 theplayer
player to rested vMt m 1ft the Portsmouth club clubund cluband cluband
and that It will 18 be entitled to his services servicesBASEBALL senkeBASEBALL servicesBASEBALL
BASEBALL NOTES NOTESManager NOTESManager
Manager 1 Frank Chance Chan is oei relig criti criticised crt crIicined f fcitsed ¬
cised for the way he handled the thepitohers Cabs Cabspitchers CainpUfbers
pitchers in the worlds series Of OfIad course coursehad coumehad
had the Cubs Cu won Chance would be the thegreatest tia6eg thegreatest
g greatest attSt hero in baseball baseballMai belleballMal baseballMal
Mal Klttredge wants all the players playersthe 1IWJtnJthe psnyernthe
the Cincinnati club will turn loose next nextprlns fXtPnn nextpting
Pnn prlns > but Manager Mano r Hanlon says he hecannot hecannot e ecannot
cannot accommodate him Kit Is deter determined dterine determined ¬
mined ine however to have a winner at atAt fotlit nti
At lit i < lureai lureaiTommy J JTommy 5 5Tommy
Tommy Corcoran who has played slirjrt slirjrtslop shltftop shwtttop
slop for Cincinnati for Cormany many years tJ will willmanage 111nanqe willmanage
manage the th Baltimore club next ne t season seasonCorcoran 1feaII01ICorrontJ1 seasonCoreojt
Corcoran has been a a faithful member of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Reds s so long Q that he merits the re reward reo reowanI TOward
ward of a managerial ma l berth It is proba probabif ptObbil probabit
bit that he h will also > cover the t t shoot slwwtfield thoJ shoot1eld t tflEld
field fcr the Orioles OriolesBun OriolesRn OriolesRn
Rn Johnson Jake JaJr Stahl limniy lImn Mc McAver lhcr Mcer
Aver cr and a few others have htv gun D1 niS niSthe rI rItite flJ flJth
the th wilds of Wisconsin tn to hunt bog hi gamy aJWharlc gamyChancy am amCharley
Charley harlc Comiskey who owns th the Whir WhirSox Whhc WhhcSox VhiiSox
Sox and is on the outs wiUvJ wltltJolnsou wltltJolnsouorganized IOt J4I < lnsou lnsouorganized nku nkurpnlzed
organized a party of newspaper boys and andethers ardtthe andethers
ethers tthe for an expedition c pedtUon in I the nfftthtutn nfftthtutnof nttJleblniof
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for the worlds championship cbampl MbII that few fewlame r rJalKe fewlarge
lame bets were recorded In this section sectionOne IMCUOI1One sectionOne
One of those who had implicit confidence confidencein con conIn
in the ability of the White JtIe Sox was wasChick wasChi wasCh1ek
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the brainy playing of the White hili Sox Soxwould Soxwould Soxwould
would overbalance the Cubs probable probableheavier probableheaYier probableheavier
heavier betting 001 I never saw w a club so soresourceful iOre8OU soresourceful
re8OU resourceful efui as the White Sox said kl the thehigh thelaJsh thehigh
high degree fan Give Grv them a bas b on onballs onbaUII onballs
balls make an error on them or slip up npin upn upin
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light lgb batting than any clue Iuo in c ithev itheviague Uher UherIvaswe theragve
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play in the Columbia Golf Clubs tour tournament tournament touriainent ¬
nament were played yesterday In drench drenching drenchIng drenchlag ¬
ing showers which were so frequent that thatit thatIt thatit
it was almost an Incessant Inces nt rain until untilnfter untfltter untilafter
after the second round had been played playedhalf p1aodhall playedhalf
half over the coarse Less wind but butmore butmore butounce
more mud and water made the links no nolew noku noI
lew I hazardo hazardous than on Thursday In the thequallncation th thquall tilOqualification
qualification quall cation round So many of the con contestants contestants contintants ¬
testants were unwilling to brave the ele elements eJc eJcIDCDbi dc dcmeats ¬
meats two succeeding days d s that several severaldefaulted severnldefaulted severaldefaulted
defaulted yesterday ye terday and the first sixteen sixteenhad slxtecnhac sixteenhad
had two of o these e recorded r 9rded which oddly oddlydeveloped oddlydeveloped oddlydeveloped
developed a bye for the fourth pair p ir In the thesecond theseeond thesecond
second round and Eddie B Bynon who whodefeated whodefeated whodefeated
defeated Louis Weaver eaver in the first con consolation consolation consolation ¬
solation in twenty holes will have to towatt towalt towatt
watt until the he finals ftM for a R real live oppo opponent oppoMDt opposent ¬
sent nentIn MDtha sentIn
In the opening round of the first six sixteen sixteen sixteen ¬
teen Samuel Dalzell and Dr Walter S SHarban SHarbM SHarban
Harban and A W TlWngbaat of Phila Philadelphia PhilAdelphia Philadeiphia ¬
delphia and L L W Weaver played one oneup onoup oneup
up games both Harban Bar and Weaver bo boIng boI belug
lug I defeated Th The other matcace mate e8 wore weredecided woredeekted woredecided
decided before tt the home IOIM holo was wasreached wnsreaebed wasreached
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fine matches if the contestants are up upto upk upto
to their game t Mr Dataell will 111 meet Mr MrDavidson MrDavld80a MrDavidson
Davidson as his h opponent and the dope dopefigures dopeftsulft dopefigures
figures the young Chevy Chase player pl er as asthe asthe asthe
the winner but there have been n some nor surprtoes stlrpritIs norpoises
poises In this tourney and there may be bemore bemore bemore
more toy or 1 r Harban hag Gene GeneCarustjas GeneCarusLas GeneCarusis
Carustjas his b opponent In the semifinals semifinalsand semlfilHi16aD semlfintttoand
and this match mat h is almost certain to go to toHarbaa toHarbKa toHarbour
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bring together t tber Mr Dalzcil and A S SMattingly Slattl SMattlngly
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L L 1 Harban which should be decidedly decidedlyinteresting decidedlytnttlnc decidedlyInteresting
interesting and and no doubt would be fol followed followed 01 01Jow ¬
lowed Jow by a large arae gallery Jl < y were not the thelinks theUnks thelinks
links soft and wet The matches in the theiher theMr thehiher
hiher iher sixteen slxt are certain rtatn to be more open openevents opentYmta openevents
events but Interesting InttrtSttn for this tbi reason reasonThree reasonThree reasonThree
Three consolation fI oaUon eights e hts were made up upof UPor upof
of the defeated players In the several severalsixteen 8CYCTistetiM aeverotisixteens
sixteen stetiM and there will be keen sport port in insome InIIOme Ineeine
some of the matches Several good golf golfers IOICn golferg ¬
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fall by the wayside wa and the competition competitionfor
for the small poises wilt be hardly less lessinteresting I IIlltere lessInteresting
interesting Illtere tlns than that for the cups cupsThe eupe8tmlftnal8 capeThe
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i morning and the th finals in the afternoon afternoonHandicap afternoonHandicap afternoonHandicap
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played all day and if tbe weather is ismore Iimore Ismore
more favorable than In the first and sec second 3eond sacand ¬
ond days ria a large number of golfers wilt wiltbv 1iItbe wiltbe
be on the links linksj JinkS JinkSScores linksScores
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i night for Baltimore where wh re they will race raceat raccI raceat
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Beiiiiing Chase Meet MeetFOTJB MeetFOUR MeetPOUR
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All lovers of the cras cmsscstuutry ee CMtlltr iitrr sport sportaro aportarQ sportare
are looking forward with pleasure e to tl tloomlng the thecomIng tiescoming
comIng autumn meeting meettni of the United UnitedHunts Unitedhunts td tdHunts >
Hunts Racing AaaodaUqn uoda which 1Ileh will be beheld beheld beheld
held at Bennlng on Thursday October Oetoberi OctoberSaturday
9 Saturday October 27 and Monday MoadiyOctober MondayOctober owlly owllyOetober
October OetoberThe 3d 3dThe 20The
The United Unlt d Hunts Racing Association Aaaociationcomposed AssociationIs 101 101Is
Is composed oC all the hunt club clubthroughout cI cItbrouhout clubathroughout
throughout Maryland Virginia Virrt Peanayl Peanaylvanla peaIvanta Pennaylvanla
vanla and the East recognized ZId by the theNational theNationaJ theNational
National Steeplechase e Association A whirh whirhcontrol whthCOlltrollJ wblhcontrols
control croKcountry sport of this tbAaI coun country enontry ¬
try tr The association held its inaaur 11Ul inaugursl inaugurslmeeting < il ilmeeting 1 1meetln
I meeting meetln Ia last t autumn at Morris Park ParkNew PukNew ParkNew
New York and acored an unqualified su suCOL aucean > uc uciceaa
iceaa COL AU the crack craek 00 chasers cba8e of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country participated at this meeting and andthe andthe Cl Clthe
the Introduction of the military steeple steeplechase steepWebasif steeplechase
chase which laIcb was U witnessed wltD by Gen GenFrederick GenFredertek GenFrederick
Frederick Grant and bit staff was one oneof oneor oneof
of the novel features fMtur of this meeting meetingSince meeUnrSince meetingSince
Since the Inauguration of the military militarysteeplechase mlUtuyateeplchue mliltarysteeplechase
steeplechase great interest is being beingmanifested bdng11I beingmanifested
manifested 11I 1tf8led by the various vario army pots potsand potJuand postsand
and national guards in the grauO II mili military miiitary U Utacy ¬
tary steeplechase at epl hauie which will be run on onthe f11tbe onthe
the secpnd day of this meeting the cup cupand cuputa cupsaid
and added money for which is presented presentedby
by the Hon Perry Belmont BeiraontAVelllcnoTrn BeInaontVeHlcnown BelmontWellknown
AVelllcnoTrn Ownersthe OwnersAmong Owners OwnersAmong
Among the wellknown wllk oWJI steeplechase Steeplechaseperformers steeplechaseperformers e eperf
performers perf that will be se meet n at the thei 1MJlNettnc themeeting
i meeting are Thomas Hitchcock Jrg JrgHylae Jr8H jrsHyles
Hylae H Ja and a dOro Ore Mr Cottons Jim Jimmy JImM JimflI ¬
my flI LAne and May Iay Woodhovee e F FAmbrose 1M FAmbrose
Ambrose M tO Clarks Clark MaxirotfaUi Ma Bonny BoIt1arDrookti BonnyBrooks BonnyBrooks
Brooks Stables Stablf B M Christy Cb Kr CowrUaad CowrUaadH
H Smiths Smith Woolgatherer Dloii K K KBITS KBITSDunveverrick KrmsDUA1Jeveniek KcrrsDunscverrlck
Dunveverrick Mrs I J K I Maddoxs Olaf CHufJ OlafJ OlafJ
J W Colts CoIt Nult Blanche and PhilalUt PhilalUtII PhilatistIL
II IL S Pages Pure P re Pepper and Selfpro Selfprotection stf stftftti Selfproteetion ¬
tection n C C Smlthsons Boundbrook BeulHlbrottkaDd BeulHlbrottkaDdRuUf and andRuths andRuths
Ruths > Rattler Mrs E E J Walbwlij Se Setauket Se Seauket Sotauket
tauket VHHm hHam C Hayes Qroadpa nnd nndmany aMclJllny sow sowmany
many other prominent croeecauntry cto8Sc crueccoamtryowners try tryowllera
1 owners will In take part partThat partThat partThat
That the Interest of the public and andpatrons aRc1patrons andpatrons
patrons of this meeting < will be artI7 artI7feguarded aneplysafeguarded ti < y ysafeguarded
safeguarded is assured by the mere meretJolt men mention mentiost ¬
tion of o the officials omeIaltllll in charge as followd followdStewards foiIowtStewards ollow ollowSteward
Stewards Joseph E Widsner Samuel SamuelRosa Sam SamRose SamuelRoss
Rosa and E E C T Lee ee Montague j jP jssdg jssdgv de deW >
W v P Riggs clerk of the course and andscales andseales analscales
scales T H Smith starter J H H Brad Bradford BmdCord Bradlard ¬
ford jr jrThe Jrrho JrThe
The steeplechase st course at Bettnlng Bettnlngwell Betaaln Betaalnvell Beaningwell
well known as ODe of the best In Amer America Auteliea Amerlea ¬
lea will 111 present pre ent many novel features aV aVthe 10Ute a athe
the united hunt meeting m tl K such as a a stone stonewall Onewnll stonewall
wall postandrail fence and all U of f a acharacter Itcllnraeter acharacter
character to test the endurance and fwtc fwtcing fencIng fsiicing
ing ability of the most tried chasor chasorFirt chaserFirst chasorFirst
First flays Do Card CardThe Clrdfhe CardThe
The following is the programme for the theopening theopening he heopening
opening day dayFin dayJ daylifat
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ohio and upward that baw on not won a race 1U8Jtdq tM nuder nuderJucke 4cr 4crJvdccy
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mutual preent JlrHeDted d bJ r J 1 Ambrooo A Ctwfc CIItr CIItrSteepledtue Em1 Em1Sttepledmio Req ReqStcepledsiue
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ties about three antes antesFourth 1RihsIu nibsIPoseth
Fourth woeTito Capitol Steeptebase Handicap l1alMlbpbRt Handicapabout Uan cap capabout
about bRt two and a b eK eKI K Mite Mite1MUi nibsliIth
1MUi I = racrThe OraodnHM U1UMl Sttopfecfcafe for forthreojcor reIthreor forthreejeeraids
threojcor threor threejeeraids rdtk Ws about two t ratios ratiosSixth JRtlesSixth milesSixth
Sixth raopNaUoml llmt Flat Race for four fourycnr four3ftroWl f fyrurulds
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stcopleciw 5t e under National SUtpltcliose 5e and hunt IlimtAssociation II IIA huntAreoclatios
Association A miss about two miles on OM flat flatAmong tatAmong SatAmong
Among the gentleman enUemtl riders rJfk > rs who will willlake willLll willtake
lake Lll part at tills meeting are the follow following following followlag
ing Mr Dkm Kerr Mr Lee Evans Mr MrPercy MrP MrPercy
Percy P < rc Evans Mr George Nichols Mr MrII 111Ii
II 115 F Page Mr S S P 1 Knut Knut Mr Fred FredOkie FrcdOkic FredOklc
Okie Mr Ir C C H Smith Mr ir John Tucker TuckerMr TuckerIlr TuckerMr
Mr Devcreuxw D Vcreux < Mr J C Cooley Co oJ Mr A AF AF AF
F Buck Mr Charles M Harris and aadothers amIothers andothers
others
Local Football F Schedules SchedulesGeorgetown SchedulesGorJetown SchedulesGeorgetown
Georgetown GeorgetownOctober GorJetownOttoblr GeorgetownOetobr
October 2t1loqat JI < WBt St Morys College CoHtctOctober CollegeOctober oIhl oIhlOctabtr
October 37WasbtogtftB and Lee LeeNoTcatber IAeeTcaber Leeoremha
NoTcatber t JNonh North Carolina Carol na at Norfolk NorfolkNorcMlwr NOCOOkNovember odelk odelkNftlltblr
November MVirglofa MVirglofaSiUntrerntr HVtrtDhNonmber IVhglsnNereinber
Nonmber l1nrrtlria oHlit1T Destitute IRKitllteermtba DestituteNeteinboT
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November nmller 3GIOI1r Georee Washington WldDC4KloGeorse WashingtonGeorge
George WORblngton WORblngtonOcl4J1wr WnshlngtonOctober
October 2ftS 5SwarthMore rtlniior at Swartfcmote Pa PaOctober PaOctor PaOctober
October S Wfttft1t < ten Maryland JlnrytendX MarylandNorembet Irylandlfltemher
X lfltemher r nber 3 3West West Virginia VirciaiaNovember VirginiaNorember Imall Imallotember
November ItWaMIJItDn Washington and Lee LeeNovember IAeSUTVlnber LeeNoreinber
November IT 1 Irgtak IrgtakKendall I Io IrginlaNovember
November o ber 29Gearet01fD 29Gearet01fDlenclnll 29GeoreetownKendall
Kendall Green GreenOctober Gr GreenOctober cn cnOclo1ler
October afrWestem MarjrUwd at Wait Wtilmlnter Waitminter V st stmtoeter
minter mtoeterOdcbw mlnterOclGOO minterOctober
October 2TSt Johns at Annapolb AnnapolbNovember AnnapGIkSon1ter AnnapelieNotnibor
November SIlock 1IH1 Olteee OlteeeSemnber CeUtceseTnnber CofieeNuvtinber
Semnber 10XIt WaiiiiwEUw at Battl Battlte BaUlmare Baltlmere
mare mare1on mereNorcmber te teNorember
Norember 1on mbfr 17BaHiBMte l1 4JtifDOte UnlwrsKr UnlwrsKrIligrM UnlrersItjflight l l11Igb
flight 11Igb School League LensncOctober LeagueOclobIT LeagueOctober
October 23CcntraI 3c traJ TS T Eastern EutenaOc SasteraOctober EasternOetcbr
October Oc btr 26Vest Western esttom tt TS TS s Technical TKimieslNoTeralmr lIdttIIaI1oTembu TechnicalNovomber
NoTeralmr 3Ceetral 3Ce tral TS vsNovember Tccfettfeal TccfettfealNoTcmbsr T t tocm
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Xorcmbw 13TecuHkal TS Eastern EasternNoTombcr EatemNorcwbet RastnNovember
November 16 16WeKem Wwtern TS Central OeatraLVirginia eatralirglnln CentralVirginia
Virginia VH V 31 U I ISpecial ISpccHil ISpecial
Special to The Waaktegtaa W IlerakL IlerakLLexington UenlldLexington HerakLLexington
Lexington Va Oct IS DTho Tho eleven of ofthe orthe atthe
the Virginia Mllltari Institute will play playthe playthe playthe
the University I of Virginia eleven In InCharlottesvlHe InCharlottesvUle inCharlottesville
Charlottesville tomorrow Owing to the therainy ther therathy
rainy r Jny weather they th Y have not had much muchpractice muchprnctfce muchpractice
practice The eleven Is composed with witha
a few exceptions of new men as the themajority themaority themaorlty
majority of last years team was gradu graduated graduated radu raduatcd ¬
ated
OLD LEAGUE TO START STIRTDistrict STARTDistrict STARTDistrict
District Amateurs to Opeu OpeuBowling OpenDovlillg OpeuBowling
Bowling Season Monday MondayTHREE lIondaYeTHREE MoildayTHREE
THREE PINE NEW CLUBS JOIN JOINFnt JomFut JOINFat
Fut Men lel1 and SnenRcrlmnd the lie Op Opponents 01ponenbl Oppouicntui ¬
ponents in the tl1 First I lrt Set of Game Gnmento Gameto Gainesto
to Which bleh Many Iall Persons Per on Have HaveBeen lIueBeen haveBeen
Been Invited n OA Spectntoru SIeetntorGam SIeetntorGamnoUeal SpectatorieGainesItolled Games GamesRolled
Rolled In inLnatNighitu LaBtTflshtii Lnst Xlgb tK Series SerlcxTho S SeriesTho rle rleThe
Tho District Amateur Bowling League Lwguetho Leaguetho
tho oldest tenpin organization organIznUonfn In Wash Washington Washington VnshIngton ¬
ington will open its now n wsonson season Monday Mondaynlglit Mondaynfglt Mondsynight
night on the Saengerbund S engerbund Alleys AlIe s In a set setof setof setof
of games between the champion Jolly Fat FatMen FatMen FatMen
Men and the Saengerbund Seng bund quint the for former former or ormer ¬
mer champions Many bowling enthusi enthusiasts entlmsiaats enthusiaata ¬
asts have been invited to see the league leagueget le leagueget gue gueget
get on Its way and President George T TCox TCox TCox
Cox will address the assemblage before beforeGeorge beloreGeorge beforeGeorge
George T Livingston prc president ldetlt of o the theDepartmental theDepartmental theDepartmental
Departmental League starts the first ball ballon ballon ballon
on Its journey down the alleys alleysLast aUeysLast alleysLast
Last night the league h held ld a special specialmeeting specialmeeting peclatmeeting
meeting at the Jolly Fat Mens lI ns Club and nndadopted andadopted andadopted
adopted the schedule hedule for or the ses season n The Theeight Theelgit Theeignt
eight clubs will make their homes on four fourdifferent fourdIrrerent fourlifforent
different alleys Saengerbund Ft Man Manand 11onand Monand
and Garrison clubs clU 6 will play pla on their own ownalleys ownallc ownalleys
allc alleys Florists will rollvon ron on the Raths Rathskeller Rathekener Rathskeller ¬
keller Alleys Alle s Orientals Aemes Bank BankClerks nankClerks BankClerks
Clerks and Orientals have selected the thePalace tilePatace thePalace
Palace Alleys Alla s for their home competition competitionThe oom competitionThe Utlon UtlonThe
The Orientate of the former Royal Ar Arcanum Aramum Aronunom ¬
canum League the Garrison on Club and the theBank theBank theBank
Bank Clerks are the newcomers in the theleague thele theleague
league le guel1 Ml ll have MV strong teams and the theleague theleague theleague
league is better balanced than in previous previousyears previousyeura previousyears
years The schedule for or next week fol follows followS hotlows ¬
lows Monday Saengerbund against Fat FatMen FatllcSJ FatMesi
Men on Sacngerbund Stn erbund Alleys Tuesday TuesdayBank TuesdIUBank TuesdayBank
Bank Clerks against Florists on Palace PalaceAlleys PalaceAUey PalaceAlleys
Alleys Wednesday Acmes against Mar Market Market Market ¬
ket House on Palace Alleys AJle s Thursday ThursdayFlorists ThursdayFJorIsUi ThursdayFlorists
Florists against a Jnst Snengerbund S on Baths Rathskellor Ratltskeller Bathsholier
keller Alleys Friday Frida Orientals s against againstGarrison asalnstGarrison againstGarrison
Garrison on Palace PI Alleys AlleysGames AJJeysGamcl AlleysGames
Games Played Last Night XlphtThree Nlgbtfhree NightThree
Three sets of games were played last lastnight Jutnight lastnight
night on the Palace Alleys by teams t in inthree IntJalee inthree
three leagues Commerce and Labor took tookthe tookthe tookthe
the full set from the Warriors in the theDepartment UteDfMUtntont theDepartatont
Department League Le gue the winners second MeOD4ILDd secondand cond condand
and third games being very good The TheLawyers Th ThLtlycrs TheLawyers
Lawyers captured the first two games gamesfrom gamesfrom gamesfrom
from Washington IR the Real Betate BetateLeague EeWteIeague BetotteLeague
League with one score that exceeded ex exceededWashington eedecl eedeclValIiSton 8M 8MWashington
Washington ran a string trln > of 9H 4 In the last lastgame Jutgame Iantgame
game and Lawyer hung up 8H Whit Whitneys Whitney Whitnys ¬
neys ney 211 U and Cranes 2C5 20 were the top topcore topeorn topscores
scores core In the Government Printing Of Office OfIke Offlee ¬
flee League Ln the Reserves R Tes won two games gamesfrom gamesfrom gamesfrom
from Foundry the tatters scores all be being lie lietng belag ¬
lag under sot but uniformly good Walsh Walshchalked Wftl8lchalked Walshchalked
chalked up a total of 24 4t 4il in the second secondby secondby secondby
by far the best of the th set setFifth etFifth setFifth
Fifth team defeated dele tel St Marks in the theInterdenominational theIhterdenomlnatloaal theJflterdenomlnstionaI
Interdenominational League and the Rul Rulers Ruler Ruiore ¬
ers er get the best of the fOm competition tttJon in inthe IntheBinder inthe
the theBinder Binders League Le JUl on the Royal Alleys AlleysTrack AUeyaTra AlleysTrack
Track Tra k and Roadway found the Southern Southernfive SouthernAve Southernfive
five aa easy proposition In the Railway RailwayLeague RaUwaywtnnlns RhlwayLeague
League winning the three games by bynearly bynearl bynearly
nearly nearl 108 l point in each round roundCommerce rouDdCommerce roundCommerce
Commerce Win Wins Vln Three ThreeCHURCH ThreeCHURCH ThreeCHURCH
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MRS GERKINS WINNERS WINNERSHer
Her Thoroughbreds Capture Three ThreeRibbniiR ThreeRibbons IbreeRibbon
Ribbon at Norfolk Matinee MatineeSpodul MntincSpecial IatluttS1CIdaI
Special to the Wasfe Wa5hietGR tw Herald HcnldNorfolk He3k1Norfolk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va Oct 18 ftTlIo The Norfolk NorfolkHorse NorfolkHorse Norfolk1forge
Horse Show gave a matinee performance performancethis perCornmncothis performancethis
this afternoon for the benefit of school schoolchildren schoolchildren schoolchildren
children A good od card was offered nnd nndthousands nndlhoussnds andthousands
thousands of children received their tllI Jr Brat flrstequestrian l1rstequestrian Bratequestrian
equestrian lesson The winners in vari various vaiiowl Aslous ¬
ous classes worn wornIforses wertlUnes vcrolloreai
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Oranee X J JSPORTING JSPORTING JSPORTING
SPORTING NOTES NOTESF
F S S Bangs and F B Irvine ltsve It ben benelected b beenelected m molcctect
elected graduate directors of orth the Colum Columbia CoJumbIn Columbia ¬
bia University Unier llY Rowing Club to direct thy thypolicy th thpoJlc thepolicy
policy poJlc of that t hat organization for the com coming comjn on onins ¬
ins jn year ycnrThree YCfrrhrec yearThree
Three American dog fanciers are In InLondon InIon InLondon
London Ion on trying tryln to make a corner in the thedescendants thed thedescendants
descendants d sc ndants of o the famous bulldog Rod Rodney Rodn Rodney ¬
ney n r Stone Ston > Descendants of this animal animalrarely animalmrch animalrarely
rarely come on the market but wh whm n they theydo the thedo theydo
do they the sell elJ for nearly noor iOOO 5000 OOO apiece icE Jeffries JeCfrl icEfries ¬
fries frl who sold Rodney Rodne Stone to Mr MrCrokcr MrCroker MrCroker
Croker says that If the men trying to tomake tomukt tomake
make the corner apply to him they will willhavo wiU118vO willbavo
havo to pay steeply steeplyWalter steeplyWultor steeplyWalter
Walter J Travis has jas been elected cap captain capuln captam ¬
tain tam of the Metropolitan Golf Gol Association Associationteam Assoc1nUontoom Associationteam
team to compete against Boston and Phil Philadelphia Phlladelpbh PhIladoiphia ¬
adelphia in the th trlcity matches for the tlicLesley theLetilf theLesley
Lesley Letilf Cup at the Merlon Cricket Club ClubOctober ClubOctooor ClubOctober
October 2S and 27 According to the theamended thetmencd theamended
amended conditions each captain shall shallfurnish shallfurnish shallturnih
furnish in advance to the other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two captains a list of twelve twelveplayers twcheplay twelveplayers
players play rs from which wltf h his hI team shall shallbe shallbe shallbe
be chosen It Is understood that each eachcaptain eaohcaptain ccclicaptain
captain may play any ten men In any anymorning anymc anymorning
morning mc > rnIng or afternoon match In which hleh his histeam btstPOrn hIsteam
team u i to take part the only condition conditionbeing conditionbting conditionbeing
being that no player starting In the morn morning morning mornlag ¬
ing or afternoon atttrn on match can be withdrawn withdrawnduring wIthdrawnduring lthdrawndurlug
during the match In which he starts
a
NAVY FINDS GOOD MEN MENHlchardxbn MENRlchnrdon MENRichardanu
Hlchardxbn and Burg Bnr Mont Pronilo ProniloInRT rioJuJeInK Promielag
InK FootlinH Fo tlJnJl Players PlayersSpecial PlnTersSpoclat PlaycreeSprout
Special to The WziblnctxHi Ileiald IleialdI IleuldAnnnpoJls IbmIdAnnapolis
I Annapolis 5Idt lId d Oct 10 DThe The Navy foot footiball footbell oot ootu
iball bell u team will tomorrow afternoon play playtho pln plntho playthe
tho cloven of o Lehigh University The Themiddy Thertdddy Themiddy
middy aggregation has s bOn bfon making rapid rapidImprovement rapIdImpronment rapidimprovement
Improvement In play and expect e ct to trim trimthe trimthe trimthe
the Bethlehem Bethlohcmiuds BethlohcmiudsTho lads 4udsThe ladsThe
The middy regulars re ulars have not onb nly been beenImproving becnImproving beenimproving
Improving In their work but several new newmen newmen newmen
men have boon showing up strong so sothRt sothat SOthat
that now there there is more good materlaf materlafavailable materiaravailable
available titan tt stveek in week or orso so ago Chief Chiefamong Chief81nong Chiefamong I
among the new men Is Richardson a aplcbe aplebe I IpJebe
plebe from troT Tennessee Tnn ssce who wh has been beenplaying i iplaylne j
playIng at full till back Richardson Is a astrongly astrongly I Istrongly
strongly built lad In weighs 165 pounds and andIs andis I Iis
Is a a hard line plunger one of his princi principal principal principal ¬
pal qualifications being to keep on his hisfeet hiseet hisfeet
feet feetBurg eet
feetBurg
Burg a sub of o last year Is 1 also Improv Improving ImprovIng imprOving ¬
ing He Is light but b t a very v ry fast man manand manand mahiand
and has been pjaylng pa lng half back He Is Isparticularly Ispertlcularly Isparticularly
particularly good In running with the theball thebt111 theball
ball after receiving rce lyfng a kick kickIn kickIn kickIn
In addition to the NavyLchigh contest xjontestSt contestSt ontestSt
St Johns College will have a game on its itsgrounds Itsgrounds itngrounds
grounds In the t e morning with the eleVGfi eleVGfiI eletepof
I of o Franklin Frftn iin and Marshall College of Lap Lapcaster Lapcaster LaTi LaTicaster
caster a aPOOTBAIL a aFOOTBALL aFOOTBALLAT
FOOTBALL FOOTBALLAT AT GEORGETOWN GEORGETOWNMount GEORGETOWNIoullt GEORGETOWNMount
Mount St MnryN Will 111 Be Dine and andGray nndGrn1J andS
S Gray Grays Opponent Opp nent Today TodayGeorgetown T TOdayS daT daTGeorgetown
S Georgetown University tfnlversity nlv rslty football team teamhas teRmhas teamhas
has the local gridiron to Itself this after afternoon aftprnoon afternoon ¬
noon when it will will meet th the Mount St StMarys StMarys StMarys
Marys eleven of f Emmlttsburg Md MI on onGeorgetown onGeorgetown onGeorgetown
Georgetown Field The visitors i ltors come comehere comeher comehere
here her unheralded generally but it Is said saidthey saidthey saidthey
they have a stcong sqiwd of players play rs and andwill andwill andwill
will give Georgetown an hours good work workto workto workto
to defeat them Rain has interfered with withthe withihe withthe
the ihe development of o the Blue and Gray Grayteam Gm Gmteam Grayteam
team but Coach Reliley has his m in n in insplendid inspJendld insplendid
splendid physical condition and they tbe have havelerned Ravele havelearned
learned le med more football since their last lastgame Jutsame lastgame
game which was one of the best seen seenlately seenlately seenlately
lately on Georgetown Field FieldGeorge IrteldG FIeldGeorge
George G orce Washington is the opponent to today to today today ¬
day of the Swarthmore team on the theSwarthmore theSwarthmore theSwarthmore
Swarthmore grounds Swarthmore de defeated de defeated dosated ¬
feated Pennsylvania Penns lnnla last Saturday and It Itseems Itseems itseems
seems a foregone conclusion that the thelocals tbelocals telocals
locals will get K drubbing from the Periri Peririsylvania PelfitsylvanIa Petisylvania
sylvania team teamGallaudet teamGRllaudet S SGailaudet
Gallaudet goes to Westminster Md Mdthis Mdthis Mdthis
this morning to play the Western Mary Maryland Mary1nd Maryland ¬
land eleven in their annual game The Themutes Themvlta Themates
mutes have h vc put in a busy week etk preparing preparingfor p1lParlngfor preaa1ngfor
for the game gam and expect to make a tine ilneshowing tineshowIng fineshowing
showing
FOOTBALL GOSSIP GOSSIRCapt GOSSIPCapt GOSSIPCapt
Capt Foster of Harvard baa slumped slumpedthis slumpedthis stumpedthis
this fall His work In no way compares compareswith copa copawith cOmpa5with
with that shown by b him last season seasonThe seasonThe 1OIt 1OItThe
The narrow escape against the navy navyhasnt MYhasat navyhasnt
hasnt discouraged Princeton There is isgrent Jsgreat Ingreat
great reserve speed in the Tiger back backHeld backeld backfield
Held eld
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While Penn sighs for or a Stevenson Har Harvard Harvard liaryard ¬
vard is finding ndlng it difficult to choose choo c be between bt bttween between ¬
tween Starr Hall and Newall its candi candidates candldate candidates ¬
dates for quarter quarterThe quarterThe quarterThe
The faculty Has k barred Bennis one of ofPennsylvanias ofPenntrylvaalas ofPennsylvanias
Pennsylvanias best backs bftcks for failures in inhis Inhie Inhis
his studies stud I t1t There are real tears In the theQuakers theQuakeni theQuakers
Quakers waitings tllngs these days daysPresident daSPreskhn daysPresident
President Swain of Swarthmore felt so soebued sodated soelated
dated over the football foot all victory against againstPonn agaln agalnPn againitPeas
Peas that he gave the students a holi holiday holiday bollday ¬
day Monday lIonda and assisted them in proper properly propery properly ¬
ly y celebrating the event eventIn eventIn ventIn
In Bullock a brother of o the former onner end endDartmouth endDartmouth endDartmouth
Dartmouth has a colored c lored half ha r back who whoIs whoIs whois
Is one of the th fastest ground gainers the theNew tfteNet theNew
New Hampshire college ever turned out outTbe ouLThe outThe
The Unhvrsity tTnh rslty of o Colorado COlorn o coaches are arehacking arehacking arehacking
hacking the new rules to pieces with lth their theircriticisms tbclrer1tldsms theircriticisms
criticisms Seven players are recovering recoveringfrom recoveringfronllnrJes recoveringfrom
from fronllnrJes Injuries received In the tb Vide Ide ope opegame opec opeAgmt opecgame
game gameLockwood gameLockwood
gmtLoek
Lockwood Loek OOd of Harvard who can cover coverthe coverthe coverthe
the hundred In wen time tlmc is one of the thefastest theIIPZiJlars thefaatqst
fastest sprinters ia football togs the theCrimson theCriDtMft theCrizomsit
Crimson ever eve had He is to be used regu regularly regularty regulerOy ¬
lerOy as right half back backAn backAn backAn
An Amherst Agricultural College player playersays player8Il3S playersays
says that Burr of o Harvard can take all allthe alii aliithe allthe
the time he needs n dfJ before punting Punting because becauseno
no sane 8fUJ player is going to take a chance chanceof chanccof
of having Burrs foot land on him himThe himThe hImThe
The Yale coaches have been working workingon
on defense Penn State is expected to togive togive togive
give the Blue its hardest battle to date datem datelit dateIn
m lit the meeting tomorow The TII Pennsyl Pennsylvanians Pnnsylvanlans Penasylvanlans
vanlans have beaten the Indians 4 to ft ftThere 0 0Tlwrt 0There
There is joy at Princeton because S SRnlon SRliion SBaton
Baton Miller Has come out to moke the theeleven theelenn theeleven
eleven Two years ago he was one of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the best t fun backs in moleskins but had hadto badto hadto
to give up the game t me temporarily because becauseof becauseor
of injuries received In gridiron conflict conflictHe coa conflict1Ic lct lctHe
He was not in a gam game last season 5O O Mc McCormlck McConnick McCormick
Cormlck who has been playing pl lng full back backwill backili backwill
will ili cover one of the half back positions positionsHead posItlonHead positionsHead
Head Coach Lindgren of Illinois will willhave Willhave willhave
have the th assistance stance of Jake Stahl and andJimmy andJlmm andJimmy
Jimmy Jlmm Cook Cookr two oldtime gridiron stars starsof starsof starsof
of the Illlnl who have promised to come cometo cometu cometo
to Illinois field to aid In rounding the theState theState theState
State tenni te m into shape for the game with withMichigan withlU withMichigan
Michigan lU hlgltn on Saturday Sa tu rd a October OctoberC 27 T The Theappearance Theappearance Theappearance
appearance of the oldtimers will 11i be ex extremely extremel cxtremely ¬
tremely welcome and it is believed that thatIllinois thatIlIInuls thatIllinois
Illinois chances Cm Coo will be greatly Improved ImprovedOf
Of a group of twenty twen football teams In iathe Inthe inthe
the Rat nine nave not been scored on onThose ORThoso onThose
Those with clean slates are Yale Prince Princeton Princetun Princeton ¬
ton Pennsylvania State Sta Dartmouth DartmouthLafayette DartmouthJAf DartmouthLatgette
Lafayette JAf ettt Brqwn West Point Swarth Swarthmore Swartbmore Swarthusers ¬
more and Virginia Irginln Teams that have havemride haveIlIdtlt haveinSole
inSole over IN 1 points in combinetl games gamesagninst gamesagaInst mes mesAlftinst
agaInst opponents are Yale Princeton PrincetonCarlisle PrlneetonCarJiIfI PrincetonCarlisle
Carlisle Syracuse S racuse Lafayette Laa ette and Vir Virginia VIrglntn Virginin ¬
ginia The Pennsylvania team has been beenscored beenscored n nscort
scort scored cl > on in four out of Its five games gamesand gamesnnd gamesand
and Its opponents have made more mor points pointsthan pointsUmn pointstim11
than have MV been b n made against any an other otherbig otherbh otherbig
big bh team The man mod who prophesied that thatthere timtthere thatthere
there would woul be benumerous numerous nothing to noth nothing nothht notiein ¬
ing ht games under the new rules called the theturn theturn theturn
turn There have been eleven In the East Eastso Eustso Eastso
so far But If the game has It as been im improvert Improvl miproved
proved provl it It would not matter It there hud hudbeen hudbeen hadbeen
been a hundrod und u d eleven el en However Howevertliera HoweverUter Howeverthere
there Uter have been b Cft many fred scoring games gamesto gamSto gamesto
to offset thu scoreless ones onesThe onesThe onesThe
The effect of barring freshmen from fromvarsity fromanIt ruin ruinvarsity
varsity anIt teams in vogue this year at tt Har Harvard liarard Haryard ¬
yard ard Yale Yal Princeton Pennsylvania tennsylvnnljI Cor Cornell Cornell ¬ j jnell
nell and Brown was seen s n In the Andover AndoverYal Andover1ale AndoverYale
Yal Yale freshman game gamulust last Saturday Snturda when whenthe wben wbenthe whenthe
the Yale cubs performed ronn d what was for fortltcm forthem fortheta
them the rare feat fO t of defeating Andover Andoverthe Andovert AndoverAt
At t seine plnccs crQs1JJen Ircslmten are performing performingthe
the double duty of playing on their thcl class classtctuu cllls clllstcuu classtenni
tctuu and bracing up the scrub eleven for fortho fortho forthe
tho ultimate benefit of the t he varsity 8rslt A Astrong Astrong 0 0stront
strong scrub Is Is needed for a t strong varsity varsityYale varsityYAle varsityYale
Yale has a strong 8l ng scrub team this season seasonand seasonand seasonand
and two orits or IIi itbost bost players arc freshmen freshmenAndrus freshmenAndrus reslmumAndrus
Andrus who plays tackle on the freshman freshmaneleven freshmaneleven reshmanoleen
eleven and Coy CO who plays full back bac Cuy CoyU CuyhI Cuyis
U a brother of yhernmn hcrmQn Coy CO who was an anend anCAd anend
end on Gordon Browns lOW 9 eleven Nat Naturally Nntura1J Naturally ¬
urally ura1J with freshmen rr Ineligible for the thevarsity thevnrslty thenrsiIy
varsity the freshman teams become becomestronger bc becomestronger omc omcstronger
stronger und will viii stay stronger unless de demands t1c t1cnmnc1s alemantis ¬
mantis of the scrub keep the youngsters youngstersfrom younsstersfrom youngstersfrom
from their class team t am > IThere There are fresh froshmcn freshmen freshmen
men at Yale who would have made the thevarsity thevarsity
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varsity had they tn < y been eligible Besides BesidesAndrus llesldogAndrus IlesidesAndrus
Andrus and Coy there are Wheatoh Thento a ahalf a ahalf I Ihalt
half back from St St Pauls School Garden GardenCity GurdenCItJ GardenCity
City Cooney a giant from Exfitcr Ex tcr who Js Jsplaying Jsplnylng Isplaying
playing center for or the theEli Ell freshmen and andMoorehcad andMoorehead i
Moorehcad a promising quarter back backCoach backConch
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Coach CORcll Staggof Stagg of the University of Chi Chicago Chigo CItfcago ¬
cago go department of football learning is ismuch Ismuch
much pleasdd pleu plessOdmth dd with Jth the work wlrl w rk of some at atthe ofthe r rthe I
the fast lightweights who have come out outfor outfor i
the eleven leven A of track
for group men menhave menhave i ihave
have joined j lned the squad Templeton U6 U6pounds hopounds I Ipounds
pounds and a sprinter Merriam 158 158pounds I8pounds 58
pounds and conference champion quarter quarterinller qunrtcrmner quarteriniler I
inller Quigley IS 131 pounds and a relay relayrunner relayrunner relayrunner
runner Rdhdc R hde53 13 pounds and Schoni Schonimer Sehommer 1 1mer
mer 183 pounds The Th weights of Stages Stageswhole StIIgswhole Staggswhole
whole squad indicate that speed and ac activity ucUvlt activity ¬
tivity Uvlt are ar the desideratum d sldoratum There Is only onlyone onlyOne I Ionc
one 2 8poUnder pounder in the crowd and only onlythree onlythree onlythree
three who weigh as much as 190 poundR poundRWeights poundRW poundsWeights
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sail 141 Steiten StetTenj 157r 15i Iddings 160 Finger FInger1SL
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when wh n they encounter Purdue Both BothPurdue BothPurdue BothPurdue
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or Whistler Whistler5 Whistler5the the famous tamo American Americanpainter Americanpalntef Americanpainter
painter an 10 artist said at the Groller Club ClubIn ClubIn ClunIn
In Now York YorkI
I knew and nd admired Whistler in the theearly theearl theearly
early earl days irf of my 01 career in Paris He Helived HeIhcd Helived
lived luxuriously I lived in I a garret garretThough garr garretThough t tThough
Though he liked me none the less for forthat torthat forthat
that that lie ie did not permit any false delicacy delicacyto
to keep him from joking me m about my mypoorhouse mypoorhouse mypoorhouse
poorhouse ways waysOne waysOne nys nysOne
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strolling strollin on the Boulevard des Italiens Italienswhen ItaUenswhn Itallenswhen
when some one hailed me from the th rear renrI n rearI ar arI
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