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Bocodrs Boco rs Goal from Field FieldDowns FieldDowns
Downs KortJi Carolina CarolinaLOSERS CarolinaLOSERS
At t Straight Football Tarheels Prove ProveBetter PrOTCBetter
Better Grounderainers Than Blue Blueand Blueanel
and Gray GrnLocab Local Stave OCPBefeat OCPBefeatby OlI D felt feltby
by Holding for Downs on Tivo Tivoyard vo voyard
yard Line LlneBococl Bocock Kicks Goal GoalSptckl GoalSpecial
Special to tbe WMUasfeoa BwaU BwaUNorfolk II IINorfolk
Norfolk Va V Nov 1 ITile Th brawn brawnCinntAS and andcunning
cunning of Georgetown overcame that of ofNorth ofN
North N Mth Carolina oo Lafayette Field this thisafternoon tII3fternGOD
afternoon Georgetown scoring < 4 points pointsfrcra poIatifNm
frcra a field goal to nothing for Carolina CarolinaGeorgetown CarotlnaG
G Georgetown rgetowo excelled In panting pua and to tothat 1tJuit
that fact its victory was due The visit visitors vteltors ¬
ors also made fewer ewer fumbles and other otherirJspteys otbertrispays
irJspteys than their opponents and were werequicker werequicker
quicker to take advantage ot errors but buton ltuton
on straight football the th Carolinians Caroliniansproved Carolialansprovtd
proved to be the superior groundgat 1Mpt11S 1Mpt11SFumblilag aees aeesFumbling
Fumbling by Ciroilna C Uolfna permitted George Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town to set within striking distance of oftb ortbf
tb tbf Carolina goal oal and also once caused causeda
a Icse of the > ball when Carolina was with within wlthII ¬
in 31 yards of Georgetowns goal goalBocock LBocock
Bocock Kicks Goal GoalThree GonITbne
Three times did Cant Storry rr7 el Caro Carolina CaroUna ¬
lina Una try tor field goate la the feat balf balfad btalffl
ad his ebaneeg CI8 were aH that eeaU be bedesired Mdestreil
desired destreil bat be was v not equal to the thetask thetuk
task taskCapt
tukCapt Capt Bocock won die ten and elected electedto
to defend th tJM east goal Hadgkia a kicked kickedcff ktcUdelf
elf to Georgetowns eor ityard liae Doa DoaIcp D a a11i1
Icp fumbled the ball and it was wuG la laGeorgetowns
Georgetowns G II5 pessmion on Carottaas 1 1yard U U11fI >
yard 11fI line but the Blue and Qrty was wasunable WMunable
unable to make mak H yards on tbree th thand downs downsand
and the ball went to Carolina CarolinaCapt CaroIIDCapt
Capt Storry Immediately kfefcaa ta taball tM tMball
ball being too near his own teal ttae for forsafety rety
safety ety even in the puu p CTin of ate awn ewaeSe
3 eSe de The tall went to Georgetowns Georgetownsyard II IIyard
yard line and Capt Bocoek returned It Ityards
25 yards before beta beIDc downed dew dewby T3od sains sainsby
by Bjcock then placed the MIl witali witalistriking wiWstrUdn
strUdn striking distant of CarolIna CarolInathe goal and andthe
the Georgetown GeoTJeto captain tried a akick drop dropkick
kick The ban went squarely IIQ between betweenthe HtweeDtbe
the posts post and over the bar bat the point pointwas potwas
was raised that Georgetown bad bat six sixmen sixmea
men in the line when te kick we 1YM 1YMaDd msdci msdciand
and the goat JcLi was not allowed After fter the thekickoff Ua Uaklctotr
kickoff by Storry S enT Georgetown oc oche scan bad badhe
he ball is position again oo CaraBnas CaraBnas3C CareJIaa3yant
3C 3yant > yard line and Bocock tried for another anotheroM aIICK aIICKMI
oM from a drp kick Again h s aim aimand aimnd
and nd leg were good and the sar at l 4 to tou 10u
u n favor t or of Georgetown after even evenminutes I Iminute
minutes of play playCarolina I
Carolina started fill wttb a rush in the thesecond useconel
second balf aid bad the ball near nearGeorgetowns JIea1tJ
Georgetowns tJ o11s goal en two occasions once onceon 0Deen
on n the 2yard yatd line Ita but only 0 to lose it iton Itou
on downs do ns > Georgetown Invariably rallied ralliedand ralltedanel
and stood to < 4 like Ifk a stone wail when her goal goalwas
was in serious danger dan r Inability of both bothteams botbteami
teams to make coieistent gains produced producedmuch produetdmuch
much punting Divine who broke his hisankle billankle
ankle eight weeks age retired in the theseecnd thend
seecnd nd half and Miller took his b1acXel1l place place3cXeill
3cXeill cXel1l one of Carolinas best men menracturod men menracturd
racturod his collarbone In the first half halfnd baitnd
> nd had to retire J M Thompson Car Carolinas Carollnas ¬
olinas best kicker was out of the game gamerith pmexi
xi rith th a sore s e band bandThe baftcIt
The t b weather was perfect for football footballnd tootbRnd
nd the field was in good condition Two Twoibousand Twohouaa
ibousand c1 persjoe saw w the t eom C9Dtf > t tLhrUUl t tItiVonn
ItiVonn LhrUUl And Snmiaary Snmiaaryfiftxtttonm SUntma
fiftxtttonm N Can CanOBTle 0iIdIIDL
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i nun riant tackle JeJ ttracn ttracnliudjkina I
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Vood xdt carter e KodrT KodrTGlemxm ICoIIrwte
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suwrn rt1IIat tttkt half halfDitiaeMJOer
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rrireeum RefereelNi Jkferee a FiAz Ikova rtaw rtawper 1tIIIePat
per Pat Iterry J JINDIANS G e vBtowK vBtowKINDIANS
Syracuse vrlth Heavier Team Out OutplaJed
played by Redskins RecbklnsBu
BunTaX Bu < a N Y Nov 3Qu i On a fleW wet wetand wetand
and saggy a condition which gave Syra Syraruse Syrause
ruse use an advantage over their lighter op opxm op opJln
Jln xm n a So the Carlsle Indians team d3 d3featcd d3
featcd the Salt City representatives to today ¬
day by the score of 9 to i 4 The game was wasone wasone
one of the moat t brilliant of f the tiledean season seasonlean
dean lean throughout and hardfought from fromthe I
the he time Ute th whistle 1 was blown The two twosoals twooals
soals oals were kicked from the field elcl one oeIount by byMount
Mount Pleasant and one by Stein Syra Syracuse SnaUe ¬
cuse Ue greatly uY outweighed the Indians I The Theondiuon TIIPondi
ondiuon ondi on of the gnuad 51 prevented tb tbIndians the theIndans
Indians from executing execuU any of tbeir fa fanous tanous
nous trick plays playsMuch pia I
Much punting characterised tile tilemd game gameind
ind there were few ton ma rUM Mount MountPleaaant MouatPlnaaat
Pleaaant made cue gala of > yards but butthe 1Mrtt
the t he runs were few and far betea In Inthe 111the
the second ad hat Syracuse worked work workhaU tb tbhall
hall down the field to within yatd of ofCarlisles ofarllsle
Carlisles arllsle goal where Stem kieked a aaal aaalTh pal palTh
Th lineop lineopSmewe
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Kwartlimore Defeat Defentetl e l Baltimore Col Collefflans 001I
lefflans I < glnn liy 1 20 0 Points PointsSpedd PolntMSpe
Spedd to Tbt W VMbtagtoa IlcnJd IlcnJdBaltimore Jlen14BalUlROre
Baltimore Nov i Swartbmore ever everwhelmed owrwhelmed
whelmed the Johns Hopkins Hopkt team bore to today today ¬
day by amassta amustog points to the locals localanothing localsnothing
nothing The Pennsylvania shattered shatteredthe abatteredthe
the Hopktnc line hi tbe flrst half just juetabQut justabout
about as they pleased d and scored red tbree tbreeof tbrwof
of their touchdowns Hopkins took a abrace
brace in the second period and a d held the thevisitors thettors I
visitors ttors surprisingly well oJl after the miser miserable miNlable ¬
able showing showtn of the borne folks at the thestart I
start startThe
The play cf o the visitors wa watI the beat heatn I Iisetjn I
isetjn n here this season and notable for the thei i iaEFetefve
aEFetefve i re rfve team work splendid mterfer j jonce i inee
once nee of the backs ami clean handling of ofthe i ithe
the ball and precisirn with 1o th which hurt 1 1cat
I j
ca cat plays were IC pulled cff cffWisconsins
j jWbeonslns j
i i
Wisconsins Victory ictor Over Iowa IowaMadison IonYael
Madison Yael Wis Nov 1Ater being beingoutplayed beta5outpayd
outplayed ud od soared against to tb tJte first firsthalf anthalt
half by b the Iowa eleven the Wisconsin Wisconsinteam Wl8cOnsiateam
team fought f t so fwfoeeiy ra 111 the second secondas
as 0 to beat tne formor for in todys football footballgame i igame
game by the seore of is to 4 4 Iowas Iowasecore JewailCOre
ecore w mad early In th the first half baltaRd j jand
and the Badgers had tb tbe battle of their theirlives ji jilveJ
lives lveJ to keep teep their rivals from muld muldpiying JIt1ddl1nC
piying l1nC It later The Iowans weakened weakenedin
in the second bK and Wisconsin quick quickly qadckly ¬
ly ran up its swore to IS points pointsPapertvelsht pGIttIPaperuclght
Papertvelsht Footballists FootballistsThe Footbnll1stsThe
The Knickerbockers I of Georgetown Georgetownhave Georgetownl1ave I
have organized or w tzed and want gimes g lmes with withteams withteams
teams averaging ICO pounds 1Jnds Address Addressvlelville Addr 9 9Ithtl
vlelville Ithtl Enrol Brrnem em manager 34CS AC i istreet i8tr
street 8tr et uorthe3t north dt 1
Virginia Military 1HUt r Institute Files FUe TJp TJpS3
S3 Points on Ifniveraity IfniveraitySpMfel UnITer 1t 1tSlial
SpMfel to Tbe Wa Wulac hlasUu Herald HeraldLexington HeraldUatngton
Lexington Va Nov Virginia Mili Military Mtlftary ¬
tary Institute defeated def 8te the University of otiIaryland
Maryland by 33 to i bore this afternoon 0a 0aInstitute O Olpastlt
Institute lpastlt te parade groupds Th Tna visitors vl luars put putup putup
up a good game In the flrst half and held heldtheir beldtheir
their heavier opponents opp noots down to twelve twelvepoints tw twI
points made by two touebdowasJy Studa Studai Studeaad
i and two goal kicks by Montgomary MontgomaryI
I After scoring a touchdown In the thebeginning thebectanlng
beginning of the second halt by How Howelfs Howelrs
elfs dash around the end instead of ofa 0 0a
a mass play pIa when within three yards of oftbe oCthe
the goal line as was expected by byCa th thCadets
Cadets Ca e th the Mrylndrs want to t pieces piecesaad piecesand
and failed to stop p the Cadets Cad maroh marohaerose Marobacrose
aerose tbe the field as four touchdowns were weremade wocee
made e In rapW uc S9fcm by straight foot football oM oM1Ml1I ¬
ball play playMaryland p1aMarylan
Maryland and Washington and L IA Uni University UnIversity ¬
versity play hare Monday afternoon afternoonThe aflornoonI
The lineup lineupUMTlMrf
UMTlMrf > Pea P V L > LL LLPr I IProt
I Pr Prot e Bbk 11 < Jl W fIId d State StateG saIeIt
G bft It It tmfcle taeltloPrIr taeltloPrIrnw JPVar JPVarPayarr
Payarr Wt ea1 Daaftar Daaftarrroi nwpr
rroi pr wi cnrttr ra1rj 8e cr crjVacibMa
j jVacibMa rrrt r ifti rf Ma OBirCT 11 11Fa
iF Fa m rfc ript t taokk taokkSeadaarcL1Ist Je Fmler
SeodMnL SeadaarcL1Ist SeadaarcL1IstueIIs rV > t ead NoeMlM
3 ueIIs eII omrter back Deyle DeyleIdMl DQrIeCLJ
Cb rlllat MIf MIfI
IdMl I J taB H baeit Cer
i Bwkncr aapt aapti
i TtuMMoTHM 1 U11 Staite fI R Crt Ctflar and H Ua wall O G IIflat kk
1 1from from taw tllllCcl ln Moot < MM 3 3 Unpire CaplreW TV T O OUac OlJIIM
Uac lJIIM qr af WaSAtogtw and Lee Brf nelr nelrel eMr
MOCM ef Warttosu alld nd Lea Ltew Mr Mri
i Krcxm of Dartajnth and Cadet Dyrf HngjM Hac of ofCjwertity oftn
Cjwertity tn J el Manlaad laJ71aacL Tia keepro keCpnCapt G pC No Noland o oI
land V M L I and TV L L T TCiI B Ttoe of atS i > ah a afi
fi adwttac each eachTiger eadLPRINCE
Tiger 6 Gridiron Warriors WarriorsBeat WarriorsBeat
Beat Dartmouth 42 to 0 0PORWAED OPORWARD
Winners Vh ncrs Alternate Their Bnil Ran RanIiy Runll RunllIt
Iiy It Using McCormlek and Kalon KalonMiller Rulon3UIler
Miller ns Battering Rams RnntaFuna RnntaFunabUnS Pom
bUnS of the Losers Directly Re Rcftponflhle
nponwible for Seven Tonohdo Touohdowns TouohdownsN > vns
Prlacetoa jf J Nv N SBefore SBeforecrowd a
crowd of MM persons Prlaoetoa swamped swampedthe wuapecltIM
the Dartmetith leva here II fasday y by the theseara
seara e et f 4t t t At AtNt a dm ttlM wa WM Prince Princeteas
teas gcjal In danger Prtneetoa PJ1DoeI started startedthe scanedI
the tt game me with a dash that was in marked markedcontrast llULrkedc
I contrast c to the way she contested her hergame
game with Cornell hi New York abd abdta ab4i
i ta Ute scoring was Cast Forward passes passessucceeded
succeeded todty better than In say pre previot
I viot vIoeIi s game showing the perfection perfectionwhich
which has b bMA a obtained by b experience experienceOnly
Only once did Dartmouth succeed to any
extent with its play plawben when Sterns broke
through tbro for S yards at the dose of the
second balf Princetoa alternated alter bar end endruns
runs 11 by using n McCjorniick aad Rulon RulonMilter JtulonKIDer
Milter as battering rams both men prov proving PfOVInl ¬
ing teethe efCeetiveComnaat teethet
Comnaat t foliowmc foll of Ute baU eoualed eoualedwith
with speed eel aggressiveness aQIU1IIy may be beattributed beItttrlbuted
attributed to tbe high ssore s Dartmouths DartmouthsfumbBag
Itttrlbuted fumbBag hilllllllt g yroved estiy Mreety resattmg resattmgw
bt w savep tOBobdewac toIIGWe WM Daytipeuths ktek kteking
ing was weak at t aM H times Princeton Prtlloetoaber PrincetonVlaired
Vlaired tasjetber ber arack better today giv givhtg cJ cJIIea
htg IIea 4te vasmera n ooaadsno Liaetw aad aadWlurr
1rtIIcInoa 1rtIIcInoa1f1Itrr LIM1pI I
Wlurr 3Nw SawJrft SawJrftnTI yft emt MM DtM DtMII
II nTI TTT 11 Jr ehKtetokr Wt WtH > tMkku tMkkuH
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PjflMw H BfJI1Ic < rrtr ecnfr ecnfrCarney t1r4
r4 Vrllla Vrlllaon
Carney rfcK iseJ te Jaw JawdIIt > Luc LucHc
Hc faiMl Wwe rlgJrt dIItJ nrf Pril Mi i tn > i iP
P J DfQoa Dc Dewd DewdiI 4 i cur taek taekJMJoMtr
JMJoMtr > iI < r OwvrkiSt baf baffar toefc I IH
far H r mTfW 1RIIwttafft 1RIIwttafftikJk ett ett tatf taek BM BM3foOtiwtckUttkJiiD
ikJk 3foOtiwtckUttkJiiD ck LittJebIJI tec Iafi IafiI Quea ul
I Tone doom Wfetrr Wiltr A TMwUc CD B BHeCtnutck K KMeCcrc
HeCtnutck MeCcrc ant Herrtas Ge GeII GeIII h torn MM ri
I nocacr T Ci U1IIr lu Ur Warn Wn d llwnaa n Aef
i eneMr II Mtetft 1itIIdI oC Ftmvltuia haaIL haaILr
r STATE 5 MIDDIES o oCrippled
Crippled Annapolis Team Very VeryWeak
Weak on the Offense OffenseSailors
Sailors Unable to Invade InTn e Pennw Penn Ter Terrltory TerrItor
rltory rItor bat Pat Up a Sturdy StortI De Defonac I ItOMC
fonac Though Outclassed OutclassedA
A aimiKlis tJc Md 1IW Nov 1Pewwylvani 1Pewwylvani3UU LFe I Iwbldt
3UU CeUeft which held Tale dawn to tiOa
a score of 10 point potata potatato4a7 cam t Aaaapaito
today and admmhnerd ewa defeat to th thMJddic tile
MJddic by the acore of 5 ta ft Tb Th An Annapotts 1t 1taareptiR
napotts aajaregatioB wa In pow eaadl
Th visitors pracUcalty oatpiayed the thf5aUor
Sailor lads at all stage of th tile tileArter contest
After a attic lee 1eM than H mtoats fot fotlowing tolIewtDg
lowing several vera exchange of pwtts Penn Pennsyhraaia en enQ1rMJa >
syhraaia got the ball in WId mWft AeJ4 W Henry 11 JU JUe
e 7ed q quarter back run COT tw twt twtyank at atyard >
yard yank and from Navys N thirtyftveyarO UalrtJrftveariJIDe
JIDe n State by expiating xpI tlP oldtime football foetlltaetIa
tactics succeeded edecl la shoving McCiaarjr MeClearracroa
acroa tk UM Middies Mklcll goal line The fecal fecalrallied IocaralUPd
rallied to the last ditch when w tbe tb ball ballwas ballwall
was Inside their fiveyard 8vyarclltDe Une and it took tookfour tookfoal
four downs do1o to shove s the ball over for tb tbseere Uk Ukr8
seere r8 MeCteary failed at an easy 7 try for forgoal ror
goal goalFar
Far the remainder of th the half aad in inth I Ithe
th the second 1IeC C1 bR M l State S easily 1 bad ta Ute Uteof beat beatof
of the game but was unable to toapt score scoreagain
again againAnaapojfe apt aptAaaa
Anaapojfe Aaaa pol 5s defeas tIel wa wu weaker today todaythan to totMft
than at any time this season wbite wbiteStates wtatkState
State States defence Ml aee prevented the Middies Middiesfrom MIMiesfrom
from gaining Ding Oirty O 17 once did the Middles Middlesmake i1cItItftmake
make a first < down do and throughout th thwhole tho thoWhole
whole game e tb Utey y did not have the ball 1111 1111States in inStates
States territory The lineup and sum summary 1Ummar ¬
mary maryAampoUs
AampoUs Pnttiaw Pern 1JkJII State StateBcratno
Bcratno JkJII Dapv DtItIIekft DtItIIekftkft Wt end Bonai BonaiLriskMM
LriskMM kft taefcte Wtaj WtajMwr wa
Mwr a kft gaud Kttefcfe KttefcfeSU K KeIIt
SU hitf enter eIIt DWHK D C ettpt ettptSbalrjtii
Sbalrjtii Vrisk4 YrtIIftrI rialK snnt p rd Urpjen Urpjen3itnidT J I
3itnidT pu4TriPt Slannia rigitt teekle GetteecJiH GetteecJiHKwe 0 0xzur I
xzur D rrJt
ntt1c beekUftIQ C1 C1Carr1r1t I
Kwe City Carr1r1t Wt totf toek PwtM PtaUcItIII
iMma 1 OIH caPoo1iIIIt rjffct JIaJC Jf tack UeCteaqr
NcrtfcCTCft N rttcnft MMl IlftWtMM 1IIN Md ctfult
RkaMdMa fuH taoc 21ak 21akTaMcMBw ZiIIkTwcIlKcCla
TaMcMBw TwcIlKcCla McOaii r Rete nMr a Mr OkcMa fll fllJAIaI < rf rfI
I JAIaI Uch UwisreOr StMriTer U Uahn rnHgr cf Pea Peaubairia P PMIIiL
ubairia TtacteepmrLieot IAcuc J M f Kaate It oT dlr ta taaan
aan and Jlr Harrfe ef Pewjwtwal Slate Ltaav LtaaveaMid
eaMid 31 iiMDMi Kktk aD41 B Mr Yedlsf Tte Tt af IIIaiDateI
katfW minotee eae eaeCatholics I ICatboJlC5
Catholics Play Pln Scoreless Game GameBmmltsburg Gn e eSlMattsbQrg
Bmmltsburg Md Nov No iLo4a lleUc lleUctDtftldL c cUnlvereiiy
Unlvereiiy tDtftldL football eleven e een tothty toc L mt the theKount tbeX
X Kount t St St Marys team in an oxoitlng EDoIt and aadwellplayed I Iwellpia7etl
wellplayed gam giUM neither team beta betaabte 115 115abM
abte to score a point pointFranklin pointFranldi
Franklin and Marshall Loer Loses LosesLaacastar
Laacastar r P h Nov N I 11JaerCerd J averford and aaFrankl
Franklin Frankl and Marshall ial aJt nict at football footballtoday footballtod1Y
today Jn a welplay weUplay4d d coolest Haver Haverford Hlterford
ford proved roved too difficult 3 proposiii proJSI1fror r rfor
for or Franklin and Marshall Marsh I and won ij btooO
4 tooO to 0
George Wasliingtou Defeats DefeatsRandolpkMacon Defeatsi
RandolpkMacon Rand lpll acon 22 to o 0 OI 0BEST
Povrerful POTer al Line Smashes and Breaks BreaksUp BrcaksUp
Up the Virginians Defense DefenseFirst DefenseFirstTouclulown First FirstTouchdown
Touchdown Ia lne1e le in Four 3Iinuea 3Iinueaof JIinqtes JIinqtesof
of Play PlaStecl1 Steencrson r on and Sutton SuttouClever Suttondleer
Clever in Renning Around Ends EndsGeorge EndsG
George G Wasbluston University Ualersl defeated defeatedRandslphl tecl teclI
I Randslphl dlph aoon n Collage on the Van Nese NMei
i Pat k ftAtball fMt an field yesterday afternoon afternoonby afternoollI
by tbe tb seore of 22 to a It was the best bestgame be8tgame
I game played ed by tb the Hatcbetites this thisyear tbear
year ear Their wterferenee and tackling tacklingwere taek1lntwere
were infinitely better than in any exblM exblMtion eo eoI
I tion given by them on the local gridiron gridironi
i this tall and their work was w witnessed 1tneaHdby
I by far the largest larK crowd of the season seasonProm HUOnFroln
Prom the t e bl blw < w of f the referees whistle whdet whistlethey
they t ey played fast football and by power powelfut
fut ul line smashes by Laeerionl Sommera Somm Sommad
and Gibson and occasional end plays playstore playstore
tore through the Virginians V1 It1Its defense for fora fortouebdtJwn
a touchdown In the Arst four minutes of ofplay oCpl
play y TivTiUe the locals were ripping t1pp1ftCthrough
through the opposing forwards and skirt Irl IrlInt
Ins the ends en for substantial gains their theirown tJMkwn
own > wn defene steadfastly steatlCa tJ remained well wellh
uigh h impregnable and RandolphMacons RandoJph Ilacon IlaconluUe
futile attHij auJI U u to fain gioond g1 oune were In Invariably IftvarilWly ¬
variably followed foU wed by a punt by Fullback FullbackHarris Full FullHan1
Harris Steenerson and SaUon frequent frequently
ly evadlr the ends ran through througbbrokftD a abroken
broken field for long gains snd Sora Soramers Se SeLaearIonl
mers Laeaiioni and Glbeon G seldom tailed tailedto calledtI
to gate the distance when called cat upon to tobreak totnak
break through the line Harlaq Bar W WWendhotwe WW
Wendhotwe W ftdhewle Baiderson aad Rat Hairki rhl war warthe weI9 weI9tM
the stars for tile vMter YItIIts Harris dW dWsorn dWmcceleat
sorn oxcellent iuatmg b Nt t was taken eItt takenout
out t tau at In the second baIt wit wtilla a frac fractured ¬
tured rhevUer rtae He wHt not be aW aI to toplay toOp1a7
play again this thtJlI year
I Fust Play PIa for Touchdowni Touchdown TouchdownGeorge
i George Washington Wa lastOn wen the toes ad
t chose the east 8 goiL otL Harris kicked off to 10LacIuoat
Lacanoal to the locals 10yard Hae UM lid aadthe lidthe
the big fellow was downed on the theyard theyardUae Jftyard JftyardUne
Une Lacariottl and Summers i1Ml smished e4 UM UMline I
line for yards 1 Gibson fumbled b but < K re re recovered
covered the pigskin D 11I on th the 46yard tine II
Sommera got yards and Seeaersvn SeeaersvnMclud S SI
I Mclud ldeke to RaadolpbMacoas 31yard 7Ud Une Unea
I a local man failiag on the baft Gibson Gibsonmade saoi
i made S yards Lacarioni M 1 and Sotton Slttofti
i 8 carrying the oval to Uie Syard mark markand
i and on o the next olay Laearkmi tore torethrough uweI I
I through the Itee for a touchdown oucbcl > Wft Steen sceenIOft
erson failed fa1ledto to kick an easy goal Seore SeoreGeorge SeonGeorp
George Washington W oa i HandolphMacon C CSotton CS
Sotton S toD then the kieked cif to Harian who i
was downed on the Syard line Iho 1 1lIOn vis visItors
lIOn were unable to gain and resorted to COkJcuD
kicking kJcuD but Gibeon broke through and andblocked aDdi
i blocked block the punt t and tt was w George GeorgeWaattingtcns UeorseWaati
Waattingtcns Waati D ball on the Syard Yanl Un bh bhI
I Sutton mssed 18 a try at s drop kick fom om i iI
I field but Gibson recovered rc yeNd the leather oo aDi
i the 19yard line Lmearioni fumbled and andRandolpbMacon andRaMopblacon
RandolpbMacon got t the ball 3 yard yardfrom Pfrom
from her own goaL Harris punted 2B 2Byard sanl
yard i to Satteo who returned Hi Suttoa Suttoaand huoaand
and Steenerso added IB yards mere merean
and an a forward jnss netted 5 i Sammeni Sammenithen fbllUlMltM
then carried the ball U over for the second secondtouchdown MII
touchdown toucb4 and Steenetscn kieked gaL gaLScore paLScore
Score George Washington W ulllDatou U Randolph 1pb 1pbJ
Maecn J a e eLose 8 8LO
LO Lose e Ball on Denblo Pans i i1l
1l ffarrie kicked to LacartoH Vbo H waa waatackled waee4
tackled e4 oo the twentyyard Rwu a 9eanl Jeafflad
and Scmraer each got ftvo yards yAr and andSutton aDdSutton
Sutton ten but George Washington Waaldn cross crossed croaaed
ed signals on a double pass ami the ptg ptgkin pIakiD
kin went to the visitors on their thirty thirtyyardline tbIrtyyanlUJe
yardline The Virginians 1raiQla c coultl uM not gain i iaDd
and Harris punted to Sntton George GeorgeWashiagtcn i
Washiagtcn Wuhin tca < was penalised peIt fifteen yards yardsfot
fot holding b On the next two plays SUeei SUeeiersost Sae1erdh
ersost aad Sutton each ma e runs of oftwntyflve 0tWi
twntyflve tWi ntyflve yards briiging brt I Uie ball wttb wttbin wltb1a
in twenty yards of thair oppo OPPOJ meats < gjaL gjaLThe 5 aL i
The locals worked the ball to the fiveyard ayeyardaJd
tine and were held Then BaUarsca B moot mooted ROOted ¬
ed around left end for tweity yards O Otbe > 1tbe
tbe next two plays Beard by exceieit exceieittackling exoele1ttackUn
tackling tackUn threw Powell back for a toes
01 twelve yards aad ad Harris booted tj tjSutton tJSutton
Sutton who ran back twenty yards By ByHie ByIt
Hie It Ie plunges pI the locals worked we tbe t ball ballto tNljlW
to the twelveyard lite U Steenereon at attempted attempted
tempted a seal from Held but mteeed it itRandclphSkacoT It ItRalpbJilaco
RandclphSkacoT kieked out to Steener Steenersoi
soi wb whj > by exoeUent t open fieW lei leithirty numtac numtacretximed
retximed thirty yards to the twentyyard twentyyardItoe twesat7yardHM
Itoe Sutton then tried u1 to drop a goal acwflOlll
from field without success and the half halfended haltendecI
ended endedit endecIba
it ba the second half Sutton kicked off 0HuIU to toHarris
Harris who was downed OB his owa twen twentyyard tw twtyard ¬
tyyard line Wcodh Wcodbue use and Harris hit hittbe bitthe
the Une for ten yards anIa and then tbe bitter bitterattempted j jattemptecS
attempted to kick Gibson broke through throughand I
and blocked the ball and Guanins Gaudo for fortbe I
tile Hatchetites Hatched recovered the oval 0TaIrun aad aadran
ran lei I yards for a touchdown Steeter
son failed toe kick goiL Scjre George GeorgeWashington
Wuhlo Washington oe IS 1 RaadelphMicon RandelpbMcoSlncnt 6
Seventy Slncnt > Yards on Double losses i tK K KBan1l
Harris kicked to L Lt ear1o1 carioni who was wasthrown wastbrowa
thrown en A the twentyflve yard line Then Thenen Tn TnOD
en a double pass Sutton rin flfiy rards rardsThe yanIeTb
The ssme play was tried again and Beard Beardannexed Bearduuced
annexed twenty yards mfv brinflng lICbC the theball lIMball
ball to the visitors iatto eightyard Hie HieOn II IIOM
On OM the next lM t play Lacericnl was shoved shovedover hov hovover
over for a touchdown toueh own and Sntton kieked kiekedan klektda
an a easy goaL aaL Score George Washington Wul DSUJD DSUJDRarHlolphifacon
8 RandolphMacon RarHlolphifaconHrrt 6 6Harris
Harris kicked off of and Suttoa wu wudowned Wfdowned
downed on his own tenyard line Steen 3teenersoa SteenlOR
ersoa lOR kicked to tile middle cf the field fieldAfter t1e14After
After an exchange of kicks kleb Raadotph RaadotphHacon Ra Raaeon
Hacon aeon again was in popsteaion of the thebail
bail in the center of tbe grMtran but buttbey bvtttq I
tbey could not gain and punted bveaty
five yards to Suttoa wo wtao rta the bill billback uU I
back thirty yards George WajMagton WajMagtontb
tb tbt1S n tried another doubie iw puIS and nan nanWed fUIable4
Wed the visitors litoill recovering recoverl the oval evalUte on onwere I
Ute twe lyftveyard Ibe 1Ite V1rgiDana V1rgiDanawflre
were h ld for downs and George Wash j i
iagton attempted ttempt the double dou pass again againbut a ab abbUt
but It failed to work properly and a aItandolphMacon I IItfuHloJpnMaeo
ItandolphMacon man fell en the ball ballon baitOft
on the fiveyard lin Cessier who had hadtaken hadtaken
taken the place of Harris punted out f r i I
danger Another Anoth r exchange of punts fol followed tcllawed ¬
lowed after which tacb Sutton SutteR who relieved relievedSUenerson rel Ted
SUenerson at quarter ttuartlrha batk 1r tore clt twen twentyfive tWfm17Ave ¬
tyfive yards on two quarterback quarter back runs runsand runsan4
and Semmers smashed through left tackle tacklefor tacklefOr
for tea more mor and tt tlte game ended with withthe 1th 1ththe
the bait in RatdotphMacoas RaNI lphJiaeoi territory j I j
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Baltimore 3id NOV 3SL Johns JOhnsolltge
College of Arnapolls hid an easy task
in defeating defel hg Washinstoa Wlshin ton College here to ¬
day d8 by 19 to 0 0
Western estern Pennsrlvnnin Lncfcetl Lnei ed In InKnovrlcdge InKtloT1cdg
Knovrlcdge of the Game GameUUca
UUca N Y Nov S SC4r Cornell n ha4 no nodifflculty
difflculty In defeating Western Weet ra University Universityof
of Pennsylvania Ptaa > ylvanta in football here today todayby todayby
by the score of 2S to ft Except following followingktekoCs fOUDlngkJokotts
ktekoCs th the ball was never In Cornells Cornellsterritory CrneUrJtoI7
territory The viltors however held heldCornell heGCorn1I
Cornell twice en their teayard te 7Ud Une liD and andprevented aMP1evted
prevented two additional touchdowns touchdownsPennsylvania te1lCltCJ WIIL WIILPftIu7tn
PftIu7tn Pennsylvania played a hard defensive defensivegame defaaetNgIiM
game but was entirely en tirelY outclassed In Ingeneral 11SfDenU
general knowledge of football Cor Cornell Corpen ¬
nell successfully worked trip plays fur furward trward
ward pastes paR and oneside 0 1 ide kicks repeated repeatedly rt ete4 ¬
ly fcr loeg gains pi Pennsylvania was un uns
s t successful at this play playCcrell pia piaCtr
Ccrell Ctr ell scored a safety fety In lie two minutes minutesof mmuteeot
of piay on s quarter back kick from the thetwentyriveyard UseI
twentyriveyard line where Btlttongot Btlttongotthe Britten got gottbe
I the punt oh a fumble f JD Sailor kicked < va vaarid a afttfd
arid goal and Earte scored a touchdown touchdownn
I n a fcrward pass frcm r RI Glbaon oD in the thefirst tbeftrst
first halt Earie scored red a second touch touchdown touchI ¬
down on a forward pass after a forty fortyyard torty1ard
yard run Sailor also scored on straight straightfootball bt btI
football plurges pia through l rou the length of the thefield Utefle1d
I field Pennsylvanias only 0a1 substantial ubsta UaJ UaJI gain gainwas
I was a fortyyard run by Rjtcuie tobie alter alteri aUerktaa
i picking ktaa up a fumbled pass Lineup LineupCornea UDeqpI
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j I WftlaoB left end m
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j teikr W waUrcr lfcer foU toe bac Uiue UiueT CUletl CUletlI
T ncMons Ewie 2 Sailer GeaU tnm txH txH4cwKCook aeacl1cook
j cook 5 Goal tran SieW Walker alUr ttuttj ttuttjItoeUe Ma tl11bd
1 11bd
Victory Over Brown Gamed Gamedlj Gained Gained1J
lj a KaiTOW Margin Margini
Tnkll1g ulciiis tlio Bnll nIl After rtcr Sinrrn Pair PairCatcli PaIrOuch
Ouch fh Chc CriiHen R Player XCicks XCicksIt
It Over the Bar ajtd Breaks a ft to toli
5 Tlo TloOrI Crln aen eR A MtoreHts lUorents Blsap DbappOlntod j jpointed
pointed at Tltclr loams Showing j jCambrtdce I Iea
Cambrtdce ea Maes Nov tTbe aThefootbaU hOM hOMfootball
football enthusiass woo bo Journeyed Jo1 1leJed to 8oi 8oidiewT
diewT en Fleid data afuracn afela D to wJineas Ju UM UMannual
1 annual 1 game bet between Harvard and tbe tbeeleven eMcleva
eleven from Brown University saw one oneof oneof
of the most interesting contes s ever wit witnessed witi
nessed inside tbe Stadium Harvard arva woa woaI weat weatt
I to 5 i doe as much ucb to her opponents opponentscareigsnrse oppoacaW oppoacaWi I
i careigsnrse a U to her ow 0W1I gvod aoctI playiac playiacProm
Prom a partisan standpctet the game was wasdisconraajiag waadIIcv
disconraajiag dIIcv Harvard an lnJ failed to fain con constotettUy cooi
j stotettUy 811teatl at critical moaeeta aad proved provedalow
alow 810 and unskillful In eI fltngnifng p her op oppoaents op
poaents plays pia The weather w was perfect perfectj
and the conditions for fine play admirable admirableHarvard admtrablethe
Harvard won th the toss and 4 ehoce Ue theoortla
north goal with the wind Brown kicked kickedto eJcedi
i to Harvards 19yard Une where Lock Lockweed ckw0c4
weed caught the bail and carried can1edfor ft back backfor
for M 1IIdS yards sfcDoemM 1Ic 1Icvard muffed Har Harvard
vard s return punt but t fell en tbe ball bUi m
i tbe middle of tbe field Maybew Ila7bewIda made
II Ida around Harvard s right rtplI end
I but Brown was penalised II yards for
Oenay kieked to Ovborne bomeI who 1
I earrted the bail to Browns Brow 6yard 7an 7anAfter Una
After an exchange of poaia Jta vn made
1 forward pass to KcDoaLd McDonajl who carried carriedtbe
tbe ball to Browns 10yard Hae la two twOjbe8 t trushes
jbe8 rushes Wendell carried the ball over fort forta lor
a tooehdown Burr failed at att gjai floare 1 1Harvard I
t Harvard i Brown BrownBrown I II
I JcrltB7 rll ltan1 ltan1Bron
Brown kicked to Lockwood wbo be made
10 yards through center ee ter Wendell W madej madejanother de deanoUler
another K yards around rtgbl end eDd aadj aadjBurr aII4 aII4i
Burr punted to Denny DeIan who so made 40 yards yardsbefure prctbefre
befure beins tackled Brown could not nottain bOtaMI
tain and punted wllecl to Weadeti who with withLockwood I ILocJnrood
Lockwood piled M yards through rtftit rtftitguard t tpard
guard Harvard waa obilfed t Ie punt and UdSebwarts j jSehwarts
Sehwarts made a 4uarterback Mck ktek to toueazy I
ueazy Jell wco co ran 45 yards ants before beforefiowned beJag beJagdowned
downed After several penalties for boN boMing boNlac
ing Schwaru secured tile ball and aDda made madea
a forward pasj to Fryer who BKv s sOrwanl d dforward
forward for yards Durmg the re remainder fie fieaaaWIer ¬
mainder of the half the ball ballhaft chang changbands >
bands haft frequently aad dm time timewitb waa called calledwith
with the ban n Browns poasessioa 0 0ber en enher
her own yard Uie UieBurr U UBurr
Burr kicked off for Harvard to Browns BrownsMyard Browa BrowaItJar
Myard ItJar line in the second half Scbwaru Scbwarureturned 8cbwartareturned
returned UK punt to NewbaH baI1 who wile40WAed wa wadowned
downed in his tracks Lockwcod Loek1r tulnbl tulnblrd Tumbled Tumbledand
and rd Mayhew made 21 yards around arotm tLe tLettne tte11M
ttne 11M and Curtis followed llowed it up by a gain gainthrough 1J 1Jthrouab
through tackle aae to Harvards Bunnl 13yard l yard Mw Mwfrom tI tIfromhere
from fromhere where la two t rushes rub s Curtis wen wenover Wf11fiVei
over for a touchdown Schwartz failed failedat failedatoa1
at atoa1 goaL Score Harvard i Brown BrownGotLl I Itoal
GotLl from rl PlaecJlutJlt PlaecJlutJltBun cem nt ntBurr
Burr kicked off to Biown 80 wbo returned returnedthe t ttbe
the punt to midfieid Harvard 1 nrarcJ faCed on ona ODa
a forward pass Brown securing 1IIiq she bin binA 1 1n 1ntab
A fake kick netted Brown IS yards yardsScbwarta aad aadScawarU
ScawarU punted to SUIT wbo ran bee bacyards beeIf
If yards By end nms Harvard carried carriedthe canietile
the ban JO o Browns lyard 1t line U but los lost
= t on dwnc WDI A punting duel followed followedMayfcew t Uowd Uowdlaylew
Mayfcew finally securing th t ball aad aadmaking audr
making 99yard r and ISyard rune in iii suc succession aueceaton ¬
cession Brown could act gala and anel Bar Harvard BarvanI ¬
vard secured tbe ball to the middle ml d1e of thf thffield th thf
field f from rom where re they carried it to toBrowns toBr9Wns
Browns 10yard 17 line losiag It on downs downsSchwaru cIOWuSCftwarb
Schwaru punted frcm his go U Une Starr Starrmade Starrma4e
made a fair catch direcUy in front cf the thegoal
goal posts and Burr kicked tile goal goalfrom coaJrron
from placement Score lfarnnt Harvard HarvardBrown I IBrown
Brown BrownWith i iWith
With three minutes to play taa ban 1aecIIaqed banchanged
changed hands repeatedly repe3t aad Oast wa wacalled WU WUeaDed
called wira the ball In RarvavTa i islon 1 1on
slon on on Browns Syard tta ttaimeup
imeup 1 meuJ and sumaiarr IUllunarrBanJIM J JOjwn
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Ktsfcnnr rifftt t tA tAIroVt AIkr AIkrIf
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M c n left rtf 1f hwA Curtis CurtisLcc
Lee wood GrarrigU h balf lf back bac bact1I1 Hayatw HayatwWe
We ideU fill U loit loitT c < itc w UI
TcucJdowmWeodcU T WtlCIcU 1 It end Cwtiia C1U e II 1 Oc t tPa i
pMxttntBrrr Pa < 18eDtlkrr Um ir rsMcijra Edwards Edwardsad I IIt1Id
It1Id ad Borleign R fireeJoe Pcndktoti VII Uor tJaeua tJaeuaCe < tBta tBtaM
M n Cwt Ce e and M3kr Time of hslve lWeIi2It 4 min minntes D1IW
ntes Qh et b t tLeliijgh i iIehlgb
Leliijgh 0 Dickinon Dlckln 01l 0 ODethkhem j jBcthlohem
Bcthlohem Par lu Nov 00 3 3Lhigh Lohigh waa as asIYM i iplryed
plryed to a standstill today by Dickin Dickinwon DiekJnliOa
won College C > lqe neither side sI e being bein < able to toseore toaeoft
seore Dickinson attempted aU mptfod four f ur time times to tokick l6kick
kick goals from rom placcme t but nor none were weresuccessfut j jsuccessful
successful In the second period Lehigh LehIghhad I Ihad
had a chance to score Rushing the ball ballto
to Pickinacn s 15yard line th tll < s visitors visitorsstrengthened vttorstin
strengthened tin and Spier tried to kick a agoal asoaJ
goal but failed failedHoly f
Holy 1101 Cross Cro S Defeats Fordham FordbamV FordhamWorcester
Worcester V reelte Mas Nov ov 3 3By By the score scoreof scor scorS
of 8 to o Holy Cross defeated FordUam FordUamof I Iof
of New Ywk on Fittoa Fieid here 1Mr to j i iday
day Fordham scored first after sixteen sixteenminutes I Inunues
minutes of play Holy H > ly CTQG er0CS5 thea settled settleddown j
I Igoal 1
down to work scoring 5cor Dg a toucadown lOUc ldotn and andgoal
goal within three minutes mnut In the last lastpart lastpart
part of ile L e second half Holy Cross was was10rced
10rced bac baCii lor a safety i
But Sons of Eli Brace BraceUp Up arid aridWin andWin
Win 10 to 6 6PLAY 6PLAY
Soldiers the Stronger In Close Work TVorlrAll WorkAll
All Alone thc Line While Yalea YaleaDefense YalesDefensc
Defense antl Off Oflen n e IteUected lte ccted JVo JVoCredit NoCrclt
Credit on the Wearers enrers oC the Blue I ITeams I ITenms
Teams Alout Banal in PuntIng PuntlngrWest PuntIngWest
West Point N N T Nov ITale Tale beat beatWest beWest
West Borot t tey day bat whH wdJe the taal taalscore
score was 30 to t the victory did not re reflect re releet ¬ f
flect much ucla credit on the New Haven Havencoltogjaac HaveDco
co coltogjaac Thetr play pI wall ragged their tbeirdefense theirdefenae <
defense weak and thehr oftenaive plays playsery playaef7
ery poor TaM and the Army Ann were wereabout wet wetabout
about e eqwaI Mtl m pvnthig bat the sH NIen NIenwere ers erswere
were always stronger In cloce doe work al alakmg I Ithe
akmg the Hoe II The fact that Roome Roomerales I IWI
rales foil WI back was compelled through throughdin
din mjary to keep out of the game weak weakened wweDtIG ¬ II IIto
ened the eon ate sUte team bat Cape alone aloneproved
proved to be a very ery good substitute in inhat
hat position Several bets were mad madefore 1Dak 1Dakefore < I
efore the game began that th the Army Armywould Armywcntd
would score on Yale Y Ie The cades ea4e s tt he id idrale I Ifale
rale all during d the Ant bait the sldten sldtenn
n the meanwhile awlaile soartag a tooehdown tooehdownand toelliSownanti I
and a goal goalAH palAll
AH through the first wK K Uwre were werefrequent
frequent exchanges c of posit and severe severejaiac 1 1JI
jaiac were made through thro the line t or tne i il Ilcal
lcal l cal men For the first fifteen atiaates I Ithe I
the game waa about aboutvca even The aret score scoremade eeoretIae
made by toe sjldkrs was w secured m Ia th tho thout 1 1st
ut st five nbrates of tin fin ant ball naifA I
A fumble fWD by Jones en Moumfcrds ktek kteka I Ia
a few teconds later gave the ball to West Vatot j jroint
roint ot t on Tales YLe 6yard yard Use A forward forwardpass forwardpus
pass placed It en D Tales Yale Syard U ta x Hil Wiaan1ed j jand
and Smith oarrted the baU through guard guardind atlftll
ind tackle to Tales yte yard rd lie and f h hcMfaIde v voffside
offside play Tale was penalised i yards yardsme rarcIam <
me m ieatoig ate b MU U wn or U vTal4 yaid ie j jHii I ItUq
Hii tUq went tbrcugb for a touchdown i iMooBtford iKoatlonl
MooBtford kicked kick th ua goal Tat nts awl i iJM Ibe
JM eoore 800 I to 0 in favor fa V l of tne soldiers lIOIdIenud j jtrd
trd the partisans of f the Ib Army 11U ebeer ebeerwiktty c cwlkU
wiktty There was no further scoring in inthis ind
this half bafYnle j
Yale Win Vlmi in Second Period PerlollWbeD j jWhen
When the second half began Dine took tookthe tookbe
the place of Tad Ie cnea 4111h urter back 3dt for forTale fry
Tale y while wbl1eiUc fiUckmaa was later sub substituted aub8dtuted ¬
stituted for Stearns at right end on the theArmy theJ1DJ
Army team After a few minutes play playm pla7III
m III this half a blocked kick of Moont Moontfottf KouatnMa
fottf frosa nMa West Points PGIat Ifiyaraflne sent sentthe t ttile
the ball back over the itae where Ateott Ateottsit AIeottu
sit u on it tying Yales Y ks first touchdown touchdownand tAMICIMIOWDaad
and when heII Veeder kicked tits goal the theseore
seen was even eYenThe I
Tb The Tale men improved fa he tbeir tIteIrteulve de defensive ¬
fensive work during the remainder of ofthe
the game and within about 8 bout four min minutes millatea ¬ I
utes of the can Tale was lucky enough enoughto b
to SCOT 8con a a goal from the field orhlch orhlchgive wblchaJve
give b bcr r the victory Mountfcrd punted puntedto I
to Steams 8 who helped for a place ktek ktekon
on the Armys Arm Hyard mark Bigelow I Ikicked
kicked a goal from placement at a v YrY ry j jacute IaeU
acute angle the game betog won 08 right rightthere riPtthere
there At the call of time whtcb wJalcltbe ended endedthe
the game the bail was W3 almost in the thecenter tJaeceaRr
center of the field fteld and hi possession J 11 T Tif of ofthe ofAdQ
the Army
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