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8 THE I WASHINGTON HERALD KERALSAURDALOVMBER SATTTKDAY SATUItDAYJ NOVEMBER 10 1906 1906I oG
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SPECIALTY SPECIAL SPECIALTYCRITERION TV TVCRITERION
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831 14th St StH N W Pftosa Main 3644 3644LAITERTY 3544LAFFERTY 3644LAFPERTY
LAITERTY LOSES MATCH MATCHDivision MATCHbcyy NATCHChevy
Chevy bcyy Chase Player Iut Out of FIrst FIrstDldHloll FIr8tDivision
Division nt Golf GolfAtlantic GoUAtlantic GolfAtlantic
Atlantic City N J Nov 9 IThere There were werewo wereI werewo
I wo 0 keen contests this afternoon in the thesecond thecond thecond
second cond round of match play in n the annual annualself DnualcIt annualglt
self cIt tournament of the Atlantic City CityCountry Cityountry Cityoufltry
Country Club Aden Bobbins RoeDl 8 and James JamesG
G t Batterson Batter the New Yorkers finally finallywon ftnallJn
won jn n but by only 1 up uP defeating det tlng Hugo HugoJohnstone lu luJohnatone HugsJohnatone
Johnatone the Boston Bo ton crack and G C CLafferty GLatrerty CLafferty
Lafferty the wellknown Chevy Chase ChaseClub ChaseClub ChaseClub
Club player of Washington respectively respectivelyRobbing ieapectlvelyRobbtn tlvely tlvelyRobltlns
Robbing went out in n 40 two below bogie bogieas
as he did in the morning making makt th thest 111I tIIC tIICbest
I best est st nine holes ho hol so far in the tournament tournamente tournamentHe
H He wu I up at the e turn turn but from that thatpoint thatpoint tbatpoint
point fell back having the last three threeholes tbreeh threehcIes
holes h > leoI life medal total was s S Butterson Buttersonstarted ttttel1lOnslarted flutterionstarted
started strongly and was S up sola pIBg o4ng to totijc tot toib
tijc t ib tIC sixth hole ho but the match was squared squaredon
on oJ the twelfth and again aIn on the six sixteenth sI sItefnth sixteenth ¬
teenth bole Then he won the seventeenth seventeenthund xventeenthanJ seventeenthaivj
und halved the home M me hole holeAs holeAs holeAs
As in the ease of Bobbins Ro btM everything everythinghung everyUlfth everythinghung
hung h unr on a a single putt W E Swaekelford Swaekelfordthe
the i ih h local star satre won from A W TUHns TUHnshast Thilaghst
hast 11 lt of Philadelphia by his extraordi extraordinary extraordtnat exftaordlnary ¬
nary nat putting putU C H G Legg the Lawrenee Lawreneevillc Larreaee Larreaeemc Lawrenee1l1c
villc mc Preparatory Schod boy had a walk walkover walk5 walktver ¬
over 5 up and 4 to go from H W Brown Browni BrowntJc BrownIc
i he Vermont veteran veteranIn veteranIn veteranIn
In the second set Oden Hortsman of ofPhiladelphia ofPhUadelpilia ofPhiladelpl
Philadelphia a lost to J E E Smith Saltth of Wil Wilmington Wilmrgto VII VIImngtQ1 ¬
mington by generally ra1ly sloppy play 1 In Int
t he balance of that division lon W Y B Adam Adamson Adamon Adamcon
son on Philadelphia beat G E Morse Rut Ruthir Rut1rd Rutlrd
hir 1rd d Vt 4 4 and 3 Herman Wendell WendellWayne WendellWayne WendellWayne
Wayne Pa beat H S S Meacham Pblla Pbllaudphia PbllaIphta Phila4phla
udphia Iphta 4 and 3 S and G L i Cuttler Phil Philadelphia Pblla Philulelphla ¬
a adelphia lphla beat Frank Sears New York Yorkand 3 3and 3and
and andi 2 2in 2ir
in i f the third set set George Craig C Dela Delaware Delayare Delavaie ¬
ware Country Coaa T Club beat E W Davis DavisPhiladelphia Day DayPl DavisPlIladelpidn
Philadelphia Pl nad 2 up George Dunn lAw iatwicneevttle IAwn lAwneevIl1e
icneevttle > n neevIl1e e1 < e Wot peat Henry Calms Philadel Pllftadelph Phfladeiphk Philadelphia ¬
ph phia 2 up Harry Mackey Philadeivhta Philadeivhtaboat Ph Phhoot PhIladepbabeat
boat A F Huston toa Philadelphia PhII4e3p 2 up p and andW andW andv
W v W CooMham Toledo Ohio beat HatE E S SDavis S SHavis S1vis
Davis Philadelphia 7 and andIAST andlAST I ILAST
LAST NIGHTS BOWLING BOWLINGDISTRICT BOWLINGDlSTlUCT EOVILINGDISTRICT
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Scores made by the Navy Yard Bowl BowlJng Bowl1ng Bowlng
Jng ng League At the Capitol Hill Bowling BowlingAlleys Bowl BowlAJlcs BowlingAlleys
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Tctals E S 1 Totah 731 s sDod Wt WtBody
Body Dod Still Unidentified UnidcntiilcilThe Unitlcnti1eclThe UnidentifiedThe
The police e have not yet t been able to toidentify toIdenUCy toIdentify
identify the bly found on the Pennsyl Pennsylvania PenRSylYlania Penneylvnia ¬
vania tracks late Thursday Thda night A Anumber Anumber Anumber
number of persons pelS4 ft8 visited the morgue morgueyesterday no nocJterday morgueyeiterday
yesterday but no one teemed able to toI roe recocnixe roenize
I ocnixe nlze the man man Two watches and some somechange IIOnJedump orne ornec
change c were the only articles art found on onthf onthp onth
thf th body The former may lead to touiscovery i Orne Orneiscovery ome omeuiscovery
uiscovery as the numbers are plainly plain I vis visible vhIIbe visflIe ¬
ible The elfttiflng on the body indicated indicatedthe indicatedt Indicatedthe
the t ht victim was a laboring labori man
LABYYERASETSIMK LABYYERASETSIMKBilly LADY VERA SETS 1iAK 1iAKBilly
Billy Garths Galth G artlis s FiUy Breaks BreaksMile BrealsMile BreaksMile
Mile Record at PinilicQ PinilicQWON PinilicQWON PiIIIJICQWON
WON RACE EASILY IN 14034 14034Hart 14034Hnll 14034Hail
Hart It Been XeceHinry Xee HCnr the Three Thrcefonrtlts TbreelonrtllN Threefourths
fourths of n n Second Could Have IlnveBeen Jlavecel1 HaveBeen
Been cel1 Clipped CUppelQuaIrlllc Quadrille JIurnN Up Unn UpIt Upa
n Wad of Money Uone l It 13 > y Losing to toHerman toHcrmnn toliernian
Herman Johnson and XlbllcU XlbllcUSpeori Xl1tUel5e lb1lck lb1lckSieeia1
Speori to The WwMaBta W H IIBaltimore lIu1d lIu1dBaltimore M MBaltimore
Baltimore Md Nov SBIBy Garths Garthstwoyearold Garthstwo Garthstwoyearold
twoyearold two earold filly Lady Vera Vera broke a atrack atrack atrack
track record at Pimllca this afternoon afternoonrunning afternoonrunning afternoonrunning
running a mile in 14H 1 She won wonlilY so soeasily soasiIy
easily < lilY that her former orlller owner declared declaredafter clecJaredafter declaredafter
after the race that she could couklIiave couldh8e couldhave
have Hepped the distance tanee ta leas s than
1 1010 had she been pushed The Wools Woolsthorpe WooIsthorpe Woolsthorpe
thorpe filly was carrying ITYlng only M pound poundbut pouDbut poundsbut
but she sh beat the best mares at the track trackso traekso trackso
so decisively that her victory stamps her hens herns herIS ¬
ns IS a good one With light weight ei t up she shewill shewilt he hewlll
will be hard to beat at Banning BanningFavorite BonnlDFavorite BeaningFavorite <
Favorite players made JDluteup up 80me some of their theirlosses theirIOBSe8 theirlosses
losses this afternoon Afternoon They began badly badlywhen badlJwhen badlywhen
when Quadrille carrying catr1 S wads of money moneyof JItOIIeJof moneyof
of the wise ones Oft was u defeated by Her Herman Herman Herman ¬
man Johnson and Niblick Quadrille was wasthought wastho wasthought
thought tho ht to be hens as good as in but he did didnot didnot didnot
not have ha e the foot loot to head Herman John Johneon JohnIOn Johneon
eon and when the stretch was reached reachedhe reaebedhe reachedhe
he retired Niblick came along after afterloafing af afterloafing r rIoaflag
loafing aloes to the teat furlong and aadwhen A8dwhen andwhen
when Quadrille stopped he set t sail 11 for forHerman ferHerman forHerman
Herman Johnson just t failing taJUa to nail the thelong thelenc thelong
long shot shotLotus sbotLotn I ILotus
Lotus Enters Enter dome Cull CullLotus CullLotus CallLotus
Lotus Eater J ter at 1 to 5 i In n the fifth fifthgave 8fth 8fthgay fifthgave
gave gay his backers a shock when he had to tobe tobe tobe
be driven out to defeat the outsider Lad Ladsarton lAdarion Ladsaifon
sarton The Barbarity Stables colt looked lookedlike lookedlike lookedlike
like anything but II a 1 to shot at the thehead thehead thehead
head of the stretch where IsIs rider J JJohnson JJohIl8OR JJohnson
Johnson went t to the whtp and from that thatpoint thatpoIatlolM thatpoint
point poIatlolM home Lotus Eater had to be ridden riddenhard rickJeDard riddenhard
hard hardA ardA hardA
A A L L Astes stee Soprano won the second secondrace eeCOIM1raee secondrace
race in a manner that makes her appear appeara
a Ally of some class She was lengths lengthsin lengthht
in front at the finish AnI and had so ranch ranchspeed JDtIclatIpH mnehPeed
speed that she stood the others on their theirheadsA tbelrIf theirheads
headsA heads If she keeps her form torm she will wiBmake wi wimake willmake
make the best of the youngsters step stepsome stet80IIIe stepsome
some to beat her at Washington wub qtoR Enrtpi Enrtpides EurIpIdes EurtpIdes
des who won a a few t w days ago and was wasdisqualified wasd wasdiqualIfied
disqualified d repeated re ed his bl victory today todaybat toclaybut todaybut
but was more fortunate this tit time tiMe as his hisowner laDowJter hisowner
owner got the he pqne nurse Dtebotd graduated graduatedfrom1 pa4te4frowl graduatedfront
front the maiden class e in tile fourth fourththough tourthbe fourththough
though he had to be bard ridden to win winPour winFour a aFour
Four favorit favorites 8 won wonSummary WOIISU wonSII1nIzLr3
Summary SU lDlUry of the Brents BrentsFIRST UenbFIRST 1vcni 1vcniPIItST
FIRST RAQ LtwThnolirtpii Tht > < piM m of ante Maaua MaauaJchaaoa xaJ eeaa eeaaJcbe
Jchaaoa J Jcbe B u to 1 Md 4 to 1 J wot we ttMfek IM I to soQadrtDe 2 2Mcoad IQssadrfU
Mcoad Qnaarfflr thM Taae 111 Oattal O AU All1tak AUl1
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aDd Vrrcen V alas ran ranSBCOXD nDSJICO iseUCOND
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lUG added t to S ad 1 t to 2 2 warn n Uay Maid laMto
1 t to 1 1 place ned 5 s t Water W UirC Time TimeBnaft TbieI
1114 I Bnaft Itabkfll Vcr Vera Vfckcn V Ufkt 1 Uoav Uoavedy caDd Ceaedy
edy and Private Stewart ahe an anTHIRD taILTJIIItD maTIWtI
THIRD KACKOne nile sad yank mda mda4es Bft BftncUc J1JIIIWes
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I JIIHe M V weoad Cartnr Cs tbfcd TfaMX T 11 I A Kat KatWetcit of ofWcrfcu ofWettOb
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IMeteld S to 5 aDd 7 to II 11 wen Daahaa S to 1 1scrond J JsmJIJd IneonI
scrond Kcjal Lad I third That IM 1 WaUrttO WaUrttOKacflia WatafaDJtaritia WatsrfUitadlis
Kacflia IJmaindc I Preskkat Mom X ree Caarnwt CaarnwtCumhnon irlvad irlvadCuabnt
Cumhnon c SWrtoo I4on and Mjuaie Mndr DrMbPJIIT1I ak cam camFIFTH maFIFTh
FIFTH KACEOm JL < mite 11e sad I jmrta yaz Ma MaBater L Le
Bater e 1 to I and cot cat t won w f Esdiedea a ri > a T to So So1ftIOIId 3 aha ahaaraad pkes pkesneoud
araad Factctam third Taae IM 1tL l Tla TlaSIXTH Three nneSI itsd itsdSIXru
SIXTH SI TI1 RACEOo mile LMJfVea Ld Vcra J to 101 1 and
3 to toA A woa HeDe of JcaaaaUae out alaoe alaoet II IIJ uemaitan
tan t 3t lAdy J third Haw 13 118 1 Ji Maaaaj S Mac Macaad Iee5uIerIt 4s 4sand
and Saaaark also na naResults railRcu1t a aResults
Results at Lntonln LntonlnCincinnati IntonlnC1ne1nnatl LatoninCincinnati
Cincinnati C1ne1nnatl Nov 9 9The The winning II of ofthree oftJI ofijiree
three tJI long shots gave V the Latouia LaOII talent talenta
a shock today Adesso was victor at 4ft 4ftto 4 4to 4to
to 1 Harlequin Bar at 12 to 1 and Miss Alert Alertat AlertAt Alertat
at 19 1 to 0 1 L The summaries summariesFIRST summarlefiJlIXST summariesFIXST
FIRST RACSThiM 1tACB LtCHTbieequmrtevi aaartm of a aI atite RaBote RaBoteand
I 5 2 aed eeu woe St St N 4 S te I IG 5 pb we welnctcr
and Inspector < Girl third Than 114 114ho 11S 11 limaeu limaeuhur
ho lUTtaaa 1 a 7 7Itb RattlM Vcriaot Bert Oarn OarnKmg 0IraK l lKss
Kmg K Kss Gm C CWd Zane Ottw Akata A Aud ritijTihl ritijTihland Sd Sdaed
and The ThraH aa aba alaeSKlOm nw nwSKCOXI isaSXCONI
SKCOXI RVCBOae aaji aajiHerman ai aMn < aMnH < ndis ndislleInon
Herman H I te t 1 and I to 5 wee BaaeUoau 1 to 4 4secoad IKaRd 4meund
secoad GoUea SadIe that Thae ThaeCteidU IIIIIe T t Ifil 11 11aaaaca 14cauka
CteidU I lAden ddon land I Ham J Jese a ae sad Mj Mjetata Ha HanuL 1luaho
etata aho h ran ranTHIRD nuLTIIIItD maTIIHtf
THIRD JLC XACHSeisweIisle KACBSri Sn a > inlit ttL > ii at a aUk Mba K KAIen Mbakxt MiatAkrt
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place is aecoad Crafty Craft thbd Taae TIllIe 13T 1 W WCa SOU SflMAlera SOUAbma
Abma Caper Ca I MoctAoy 1ott1bo Mba 1 Lids Kag K Leopold Leopoldl LeopoldltoUles LeouldPeUks
l ltoUles ottles Artful Dodaer Xancy Hart IIMt and AU AllAbhue AUhIue AUAbisse
Abhue hIue sin ran ranFOURTH aILFOURTH maFOLTKTH
FOURTH KACEdBBboaw 1tCE oome Harleavte HarleavteK
K to 0 1 sad S to I J warn lies I Iea S to t I JIIee JIIeeCIftIta k e samod samodCwHta mnd mndcreelte
CwHta tIM Tim 414 IS 4 11 Haw Ufew 1UIIe 1UIIeDeftlllt 8aaH 8aaHpanwrr U Ularir
panwrr Dawaoo Ohio KJaa and Soaaaderer Eq EqFIFTH qvasde aaw aawran alps alpsan
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FIFTH RACEThreeqoaiten of a laOa nd A AeoMd Ato Admen Admen4J
4J to 1 and 11 t J 1wan Moalsi I ta 1 1lAJ 1 jkm jkmpsmusl
eoMd La lAJ LamN aoa third Taae 1M 1 11 Ji KfcM leId Lark LarkJune Lert LertJde LaitJu5e
June M L Lediria Ladw Ktn lime I leu epper Adben 6eII MaMaa MaMaaAcara IlaisbaAgum 1
Acara Vit V1g1nla kPnia ini Fiaak Pis SIB DGI Itoyal Lc I4II I4IIl ead Xan XanVeiUae s seUhuIs
l VeiUae e and 54 Toppy Obi ab aJ80 nut nutSIXTH yenSIXTH I
SIXTH SI II1 RACEOae mile i1e Hamy II Wattmam w ww amaMhsh wwiraa
iraa MlBaeaab I 4 to 5 wcond ps HcMan JIeIdIII neM I to totlaild B BthM 43thd 1
thM TIme 1 lU 115 1 14 Queen Carottae Uatati a W WW wW Ww
W Pierce Quick Kkh Ricb Beatrice K and Moasia MoasiaMaid Mocamb11aM
Maid also a ran ranJIAHTDT n nI ranMAItTIN ocasiIl
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JIAHTDT SHERIDAN LEADS IEADSla
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la I Star Performer o nt National o Indoor IndoorTrack IndoorTruck or orTraek
Track Events at Madison Square SquareK SquareNew
K New w York York Nov 9Martin Martln J Sheridan SherIdanwas Sheridanwas j jwas
was the star performer perfonnert TU the National NationalIndoor NaliopalIndoor alIndoor
Indoor Track and FIeld brents ftitts at Madi Madison hl1 hl180ft Iadsoil ¬
son Square Garden tonight The winners winnerswere winnerswere ftHI ftHIwere
were as follows followsThree followaTlaree followsThree
Three hundred yard mn naWOD Won by Law Lawson Lawoon
son Irish IrishAmerican American Athletic AthletIejub CJvb Time TIme TIme3f
34 4 seconds secondsFiftysix secondsFiftysix secendeFiftysix
Fiftysix pound weight fer height helhtWpa helhtWpaby Won Wonby WJNt
by Martin Sheridan Irteh Irl8hA IriebAmerican American Ath Athletic < th thleUc tbletic ¬
letic Club with 15 3 feet feet S Inches InchesOne lnehesOne InchesOne
One thousand yards ran runoa Won by Mel leiin Melvia Melvin
via W Sheppard IrishAmerican A C CRunning CRunning CRunning
Running high jump jumpVOR Won by H A A Sid Sidney SIdney SidDo ¬
ney Do Boston A A with th a jump of o S feet feetmi feetII4
mi inches inchesStanding IncbSStandln InchesStanding
Standing Standln broad jump jumpVon Won by byR7 Ray C CEwry C CEwry CEwry
Ewry New York A A C with a jump j of ofU ofU
U feet 11 inches inchesPutting InchesPutUn InchesPutting
Putting PutUn eightpound shot s otWon Won by 3L iU J JSheridan TSheridan JSheridan
Sheridan IrishAmerican A C with put putof putot jutof
of 61 feet S inches inchesSeventyfive InchnSeventyftve InchesSeventyfive
Seventyfive yard run ru won by C J JZeiz JZelz 3ZeIz
Zeiz New York A A C time S seconds secondsPole seeondPole 1ICI8 1ICI8Pole
Pole vault ult for distance won by M J JSheridan 1Sheridan 3Sheridan
Sheridan A C c C X with a vault of offeet offeet 27 27feet
feet life U inches inchesTwo InchesTwo InchesTwo
Two mile run won by S s V Bonhag BonhagIrishAmerican DoancIrlshAmerlcall floia floiaIrishAmerican
IrishAmerican A A C time t minutes mtnut minutes3d
39 15 1 seconds secondsIn secondsIn secondsIn
In the scramble for points the Irish IrtehAmertcan hAmerican IrishAmerican
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CENTRAL TEAMS IN GAME GAMEThe GAMErite GAMEThe
The Philadelphia and Washington Wnshinjrtoncliool Washingtonchoo1s VnMJllngtoncbool
cliool Meet Ieet at National Park ParkCentral PnrkCentral rarkCentral
Central High SchoDl Sch ol eleven of this city cityand cityaDd cityand
and Central High School team of Phila Philadelphia Phlladelpbla Phi In Indolphin ¬
dolphin will meet thte afternoon at Na National NAtional National ¬
tional Park Park in the second annual game gamefor gamefor gamefor
for the intercity championship Last Lastyear Lastyear Lastyear
year the local school boys played in Phil Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadeiphia ¬
adelphia and were defeated by a large largescore largescore largeseore
score score but this was not surprising when whenthe whenthe whenthe
the difference in weight of the teams was wasconsidered Wagconsfdered wasconsidered
considered Todays game will be only onlysecond onlyaeeond onlysecond
second In Importance in the local Central Centralschedule Centrolmedule Centralcbeduie
schedule Of course the Interhlgh school schoolchampionship SQhoolchamplooeblp schoolchampionship
championship games come first with lth the theteam thetearn theteam
team but the 0 street school boys are aredetermined aredetermined aredetermined
determined to put up a a great battle with withthen wIththeir withtheir
their Quaker City rivals this afternoon afternoonThte atternoonThis afternoonThis
This game will mark tho return to the theteam theteam theteam
team of Big Cy MacDonald captain captainand Ofiptainad captainsaid
and left half back who was recently rently vin vindicated vindleated yindicatedof ¬
dicated dicatedof of the charge of professionalism professionalismThere protealonallsmThere professionalismThere
There will 111 be an unusually large turn turnout turnout turnout
out of school boys and girls and Capt CapLMacDonald CaptlIacDoaald CaptMacDonald
MacDonald will Ilt undoubtedly be given a agreat agreat agreat
great ovation by the student body as well wellas wellfriends vel1as
as friends outside the schools schoolsOn JChoolsOn schoolson
On account of the GeorgetownVirginia GeorgetownVirginiaaume Georgetown Vlrglnlll Vlrglnlllpille
aume game which begins at 3 oclock the man management manqement managemeat ¬
agement of the two Central teams decided decidedto
to call the high school bool game promptly at atoclock
1 oclock This will allow JlGw ample time for forthe Corthe forthe
the the playing < of the game and give the thespectators thepectators thespectators
spectators an opportunity to go to the theGeorgetownVirginia theGeorgetown theGeorgetownVlrgInla
GeorgetownVirginia Georgetown VI nla game Jack Case Caseof Onesof e eoC
of Lehigh Iehl will referee the Central game gameand sameaD gameand
and aD one of the Georgetown officials will willact willaet willact
act as umpire umpireThe umpireThe umpireThe
The Washington Central teanpuwil tesiwiU line lineup lineup lineup
up as follows McKeever right end endFleming endJIIemmX endFleming
Fleming right tackle Mftxcy Mat right rightguard rightcuanI rightguard
guard Taylor center Lackland left leftguard leftguard leftguard
guard RIM ruhl left tackle Evans left end endM endX endMacDonald
M MacDonald quarter back A Mac MacDonald MacDonald lac lacDcmaJd
Donald right half back Hamilton left lefthalf lettbait lefthalf
half back Bunch full back backReferee backRete backRpteree
Referee Rete Jack Gins aa Lehigh umpire umpireMr umpireMr umpireMr
Mr Olcott of Yale head linemen Jtr JtrLarkin MrLarkin r rLarkin
Larkin of Cornell time of halve balves M and andminutes 41 41minutes
25 minutes minutesLONG minutesLONG minutesLO
LONG LO TOM HUGHES IN TOWN TOWNVeteran TOWNVetera TOVNVeteran
Veteran Pitcher Slay Return to the theLocal theLooal theLocal
Local Club Under Gantillon GantillonManager Can CantillonMaiinger till on onJlanuJtr
Manager Think Well of hughes HugheAbility lIughellbllit hughesA1iilIt
Ability A1iilIt bllit and Vmlonliteilly Could CouldGet CoulllGct CouldGet
Get Good Work Vorl Out of Him HimTom 111mTOm
Tom TOm H I1ng Hughes hes a pitcher er for the W WI Washington Wash Washington ¬
I ington OD club until to within a week or two twoof tWOof twoof
of the end of last season arrived in inWashington InW InWftsblngtn
W Washington yesterday to spend a a faw fawdays fawcIall fewdays
days with his b friends Since Hughe Hughewas I Iwas Iiughsswas
was suspended peQded7 by Manager lI Stahl tln In Sep September September Septembei ¬
tember he has been playing play1n with the thefamous tbewou thefamous
famous Logan Squares of Chicago go This Thisteam TbIateaII Thistonat
team teaII was maaased by byTbIuIaJ Jimmy Callahan CailhanwhoIeft Callahanwho 1b8 1b8wIao
who whoIeft left the White thUe Sox at the end of ofthe olthe ofthe
the seasoi of H66 1IG and tailed to report renortthis reportthis ltuaaIe
this uaaIe year They defeated both the Chi Chicago Chie8O Cliiengo ¬
cago Cubs C and the White hlte Sox after the theworlds tileWOJ1d theworlds
worlds WOJ1d series in October and they now nowterm JIG1tena mowterm
term themselves the worlds WOlkI enamptams enamptamsThe elaamptonaTIle eampiottsThe
The Ixigan Squares were the means of ofgettimj ofPtiD8 ofgetting
getting some American Ame an and a cl National NattoalLeape NationalLeague NationalLeague
League players in trouble with the t Na National National National ¬
tional Commission inasmuch as 1 they theyhave theyltave theyhave
have been declared outlaws Pitcher Lin Lindaman LIndaman IAndaInaji
daman of Boston was Oned 3 0 for play playins PlayIa pisy1mg
ins Ia with Callfthans uam u am and Hughes HtighesGus IlUbesGus HughesGus
Gus Dundon McCarthy MccnJt aad others ot ex expect expect expact ¬
pect to hear stfmethteg from the sapreme sapremecourt SIpreIBecourt Sujweeaecourt
court of ofIt baaeeaU baaeeaUIt
It ta not likely that Tom Hashes win winbe winbe willbe
be outlawed by the commission but it itis ItIs ItIs
is probable that he will be bed flnedManager bedXaUlJft finedManager
Manager CantUlon thinks Hughes Is on onif one oneOZ
0 OZ if the best pitchers in the league and andwould aDdwould andwould
would like ilk to have the tall boy with him himnext bimnext himnext
next year Hughes has known mo CantiUoh CantiUohfor CaaUllobfer Oantfllohfor
for tea years and has high regard for forthe toetbe forthe
the new managers r ability to handle lt Ddletam a ateam ateam
team Tom would Idd be glad IIKI to play under underCanUIKm uneIerCaaUlJoa underCantillon
CanUIKm and undoubtedly would do hi hiutmost hill hillutmost hisutmost
utmost to retrieve himself and there the is isbut Isbut Isbut
but little ttle doubt of hs being aWe to get getanother Ketaaotbcr getanother
another contract with the Washington Washingtondub Washingtonclub Vaslttngtcmclub
club dubThe clubThe clubThe
The local management t of course will willnot wiUDOt willnot
not take up the Hughes matter until the theNational theaUouaI theNational
National aUouaI Commission acts aetsOlt on the Logan LoganSquare IoranSquare LoganSquare
Square case If It acts aet at all But But if ifHughes lfHughes ICHughes
Hughes is let off with a light fine ne the thebig theWe thebig
big pitcher will likely ftC up matters hare hareand bweanet hereand
and again join oIn the Nationals pitching pitchingstaff pllebtncta1f pitchingstaff
staff Hughes claims he was misquoted misquotedm
m an alleged aJ statement t that appeared in ina Ina Ina
a paper S r at the t time be left Washington Washingtonand W tOD tODaDd
and that he was sorry that the unfortu unfortunate unfortunate unfortunate ¬
nate Incident of his suspension n ever cams camsup eameup nameup
up Long Tem te I a bishearted fellow fellowand felloWand fellowand
and Is wellliked by his friends and if ifthe Itthe Ifthe
the Washington Wbin oa club reinstates him it itis itbelieved ItIs
is believed that next year will mark on onof one CIWof oneof
of his best seasons in baseball The Th Na Nationals Nationals Natlonals ¬
tionals are rather er shy on pitchers of ofwide ofWIde ofwide
wide experience aDd with Hughes at his hisbest his1test hisbest
best the staff would oe greatly strength strengthened strn strneDed strengthcoed ¬
coed eDedROAD
ROAD DRIVERS MEET MEETConlmittce MEETConimittec i iCommittee
Committee Named ameil to Arrnngc Date Datefor Duiefor Datefor
for Speedtvny Ituccs HaeeAt lincesAt ItuccsAt
At a meeting of the Road RWera RJderaanc1 RJderaanc1Drivers and andDrivers andDrners
Drivers Association of the District of ofColumbia ofCotumbla ofColumbia
Columbia held at the Metropolitan Hotel Hotellast HotelIa Hoteilast
last night the speedway committee J JMay JMay 3May
May Morrison Charles White E E E Tay Taylor Taylor Thybr ¬
lor John Joh Gheen Martin McNamara and andF uclF andF
F H H Javins wore instructed to meet meetand meetaDd meetand
and discuss the matter of o a matinee to totake totake totake
take place on The Pqtomac Speedway Speedwayt
at t aa early earl earlIt day dayIt dayit
It was also decided that Friday evening eveningNovember evenln evenlnNovember eveningNovember
November 22 nominations for officers to toserve torve toserve
serve rve the association the ensuing year yearshould yearshould 1ftr 1ftrBboukl
should be made The election will take takeplace takeplace takeplace
place Friday evening November K KAbont I IAbowt 10AIt
Abont thirty members of the associa association ft5MociaUOn assoetalieu ¬
lieu were 1 at last nights meeting Hon HonP HonP HonP
P V DeGraw Fourth Assistant Post Postmaster POMmuter Postmaster ¬
master General the president occupied occupiedthe occupl occuplthe occupiedthe
the chair chairBARS chairBARS chaIrBARS
BARS SUNDAY BASEBALL BASEBALLSecretary BASEBALLS BASEBALLSecretary
Secretary S crctar Taft Denies Soldiers Priv Privilege Prhne Privliege ¬
liege ne e of Playing Plain thai Day DayLUtle Dn DnLittle DnLittle
Little Rock Ark Nov No 9 9The The ban n has hasbeen haaplaced hashqeu
been placed on ound OoJundtly y ball playing pla lng in inthe intlae Inthe
the army by Secretary Taft according accordingte aceordln aceordlnte
te a letter received from Washington last lastnight lutnight lastnight
night by Lieut Ue t Col CoI Sharp commanding commmdlncFort commandingPort commandingFort
Fort Logan LoganThe LGPnThe LoganThe
The letter which was w from the Secrej Score SecretalJ Scoretan
tary tan of War himself contained in I lnsjnic lnsjnicfinns truc trucUons ntc ntcUona
finns that when enforced will prevent1 prevent1the prevent preventthesokJlers preventthe
the thesokJlers soldiers from from playing teams te nns on the thetot thelot thelot
lot set apart at the fort for such sport sportSecretary sportSecretary sportSecretary
Secretary Taft explained that TIJ b had hadbeen lidbeen hindbeen
been informed of the Sunday SU ay games by
Rev Dr Cochran pastor of Memorial MemorialChurch rrcmorhdChurch MemorialChurch
Church at Argenta ArgentaIndians Ar ArgentaIndians nt1L l
I
Indians Afflicted AfDictetl MU icted with Doi11Car11sJe BoilsCarlisle Boils DoilsCarlisle
Carlisle Pa Nov 9 9As As u a result of ofyesterdays ofyesterday
yesterdays 1day8 physical ph l examination of the theCarlisle t tCarHsie theOarlsie I
I Carlisle squad It was discovered that no nofewer nofewei t
fewer than fifteen of the Redskins are aresuffering arcI aresuffering
am suffering ertnr from boils However Howe ver It Is is lsthis sa1t1 sa1t1tJdIr sal < l lthte
I this will not necessitate any changes in inthe InI inthe
the lineup for forthe the Harvard game gameWins i iWins
I IIns
Wins Ins J 8oOo > 000 in Checker Game GameSan GameSan GameSan
San Francisco Nov No 9 9Three Three thousand thousanddollars thouAndcioItars thousanddollars
dollars was won by C M 1 Freed a Salt SaltLake Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake capitalist from A E Dunlap of ofNew ofNew ofNew
New York in a game me of checkers on the thesteamer thelIteamfr thesteamer
steamer Corea The two hnd played playedcheckers playedcheckers playedcheckers
checkers during most of the voyage On Onthe Onthe Onthe
the last night when the lost game was wasnearly wasnearly wasnearly
nearly ended Durilap Dul ap proposed prop soo a wager wagerof wagerof wagerof
of 5i8W 1 a move Freed won In three threemoves threemovcs
moves I I j
ATHLETES EASYRACE EASYRACEWins EASY RACE RACEv RACEWiiis
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Itea were unable to cpmeptome cpme tome in front at atAqueduct atAquoduet atAqueduct
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because of o the support accorded A ordod to all R 11 the thesuccessful Utesuceeasul thesuccessful
successful horses The Eosiyn handicap handicapfor M htndieapfor dleap dleapfor
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toenth was 8 e a a peculiar affair both from a abetting abetting abetting
betting and a racing standpoint CressJna CressJnathe Cr Cresalnathe sann sannthe
the logical favorite receded re in the odds to
7 to 5 while both Hot Toddy and Rye Ryewent R Rwent Ryewent
went back from 2 23 each to C and I respec respectively tfiJpeetfely respectively ¬
tively The educated money helped to toback tobAck toback
back Athlete from I down to 9 to 2 while whileOrilene wbneOrikne whIleOmens
Omens was also lowered to S to 1 1Miller 1JlUliercut 1Miller
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teenth pole Athlete was an easy winner winnerby wInnerby winnerby
by two and a half lengths with Hot Tod Toddy Toddy Totdy ¬
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changed last night at Washington Wa blftfjton Light LightInfantry uptInfantry LightInfantry
Infantry Armory when WMnthe whenthe the Ordways de defeated de deCecited doCanted ¬
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quint by the score of W 1 12 to 28 2 Without Withouta ut uta
a doubt it was one of the greatest greatestgames greatestgames test testglU
games glU ea of the season D and at no time was wasthere wasthere wasUtele
there the slightest lack of Interest t on onthe onth onthe
the th jfert rt of the audience Sannino lieges Reseaa liegesand
and a 3141 Thompson were on their toes from fromstart fromstart fromstart
start to finish b while the work of Barker Barkerand Barkerand Barkerand
and Loftus Attracted a good share of the theapplause theaPia theapplause
applause aPia Lineup and summary summaryAT
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Baltimore Medical College yesterday yesterdaysprung yesterdayspng ay ay8If1M
sprung a bis b4g surprise en George Wash Waahbwteft Washtngton Washington ¬
ington at University Field Ield Id by hoMing the theHalcbetlte tileIialchetlte8 theRatchetltes
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scheduled to play Washington W and am Le Leyesterday Lee LeeyceUI Leeyesterday
yesterday T but the U Virginians suddenly suddenlycanceled suddenlycanceled 17 17caocded
canceled the game anal Baltimore led Medical ledeal Medfcal ¬
cal was substituted In order to give the thelocal theIoeaJ thelocal
local collegians some real practice Not Notonly NotonlJ Netonly
only did the th Marylanders furnish the de desired cIe cIeaM dosired ¬
sired practice but at times they outplayed outplayedthe outplayedtlk outplayedthe
the Buff and Blue and three times in inthe mtile hithe
the first half were near enough to try trygoals tI7tnND tryguels
goals from the field fieldWhatever fteldW1Itewr fieldWhatever
Whatever advantage ad tapJ there was in I the oeWIly theway theway
way of beef favored the visitors hut huttheir IMrtthdr buttheir
their team showed a lack of practice tIee tIeerei and andreikjo andrelhst
reikjo rei almost entirely upon the individual individualwork IDIIIVlduaIwork Individualwork
work of a few n of their players to stop stopthe atopUte stopthe
the locate Scfeakoiritx the Baltimore left leftend lettad leftend
end ad was the particular star of the game gametackled pmeTI gameTime
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tackled the ham borne backs for losses Jeaes and andafter lidn andftee
n after ftee < the three fattttres at goate from from the theHeld theIIeId thefield
Held ta the first half It was the speedy speedyend peecIyfind speedyend
end who 1110 recovered the ball ballDoctor balLDoctors oalLDoctor
Doctor In Straight Football FootballThe PoothnUThe FootliallThe
The future fut doctors depended almost al en entirely tDtirely entirely ¬
tirely upon straight football when they theywere theywere
I were re on the offensive while George Wash Washington WUIaIngtoa WashLugton ¬
ington used a a varied attack which In Included 10I inchided ¬
I eluded plays pia from the straight plunge to toa totorwant toa
a forward pass following a forward pass passEarly Pus PusEarV passearly
Early far the second half this form of offorward oCferWanI offorward
forward pass was tried but It resulted resultedin reaultedhialosufyardu
in hialosufyardu hialosufyarduAt a loss louofl of S yards yardsAt t tAt
At the beginning be nllII of the game g nse Balti Baltimore Datumore Baltimore ¬
more Medical kicked off ole and after afteran an ex exchange exehaafJe cxchange ¬
change of f punts ta followed by a fumble fumbleGeorge tU1lWleWaslalllCtJa fumbleGeorge
George Washington got the ball to the thevisitor thevtBIton theylsitora
visitor 35yard anl line line Steenerson tried triedfor triedfor triedfor
for a goal but mimed and a mo moment moIDEnt muinent ¬
ment later Sutton essayed the same me play playwith playwitb playwith
with no better success The Maryland Marytaaders MaryIaadera
ers worked the oval up field and aaacl recov recovering retOVeriII recowsnag ¬
ering snag a fumble on a kick got as far 1 as asthe Ut asthe
the t 2yard yarI line where three t tries at atgoal attwo atgoal
goal two by Devtoe and another by byJleartkn byJteankn byRearden
Jteankn Jleartkn failed Schafcowltz Scbako hakowltx fell on the theban thebAIl theboil
ban each time but time was soon called calledwith eallecI1th calledwith
with 1th the ball near the middle of the theIn field fieldIn fieldIn
In the second half both elevens took tookto tookto tookto
to punting ptIIt Gecrge Washington had an anadvantage a alImp anadvantage
advantage lImp and alter booting bootiD the ball into intothe Intothe Intothe
the Medical Mtcal mens territory Interfer Interference laterferEnce interfeionce ¬
ence with a free catch gave the Buff and andBlue aRdBlue andlime
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Field dropped back to kick a goal but the theplay thepia theplay
play pia was blocked and Lontndo I fell on the theball theball theball
ball Folding that it was imposble to tomake tomake tomake
make steady ea y game Wrights sign signal was wasgiven wuhen wasgiven
given hen for a try at goal go4 but his kick kickwent kickwent kickwent
went wide of the mark The ball was Wa8BaIUmores wa in ialialUmores
Baltimores end of the field when time timeexpired Umenpin4 timeexpired
expired
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of the series ser es of games for the champion championship championship ¬
ship of the Intercollegiate IntercoUepte Athletic League Leagueof L Lof Lof
of Maryland MarylandThe MarylandThe MarylandThe
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tion In Swarthmore and t they bey will try to toredeem to torfl6eem tore4leein
redeem them themselves cle of the defeat sustained sustainedat sustalne4at
at the hands of the Pennsylvania Stare
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triumphed over over the University of Penn Pennylvana Pennylvanla Pennsylvania
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field and the team Is confident of taking
the Middles Into camp also The Navy Navyadherents Nav Nava Navyadherents
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fact that both Norton quarter back and andCnpt andCapt andCapt
Capt Spencer left half will be seen In Inthe
the lineup tomorrow having sufficiently sufficientlyrecovered suf sufficientlyrecovered clently clentlyrecover
recovered recover d Neither has played in 1 the last lasttwo lasttwo lasttwo
two weeks This week has ut witnessed ed a abig abig abig
big shakeup in the Nary lineup also alsoand alsoADd alsoand
and the team cam for or tomorrows game Is Issaid Issaid issaid
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the fleW this season Magruder who was waslooked waslooked waslooked
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Trtofci T IL Hhode It libel I at HmUard Gbaa GbaaGeorgetown 0I s sGeorgetown
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Georgetown and Virginia will meet eet to today toda7 today ¬
I day hi the greatest football conflict on onGeorgetown onGeorgetown onGeorgetown
Georgetown Held since the memorable memorablegame memorAblei memorablegame
i game In 101 when the Blue and Gray won woni
i 17 to If 1 a few minute aut before thne to ter terminate ter11Idaate icrmliiate ¬
11Idaate minate the play > It will be remembered rememberedthat rememberedtht rememberedthat
that tae gam saaae was the cause of severing severingathletic severingathletic
athletic a tte relatlo relations os with Virginia until this thisjnear UrisJMr thisyear
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year when hen the two universities ersltles decided decidedto decidedto1
I tAl to let bygones fee bygones I Tg nes and again be become be beI becenie ¬
I come the great rivals m lit Southern sports sportsthey sportsthey portsI
I they were previous to the unfortunate unfortunatebroach uafortunate1Keacb unfortunatebreach
broach 1KeacbWMl breachWashington broachWashington
WMl Washington ngton has been talking Alicia of this thisgame this8lU1M thissniDe
game ever since the date was set Vir Virginia VIrgift Virgisda ¬
ginia gift numbers hundreds of graduates here hereand betean4 hereand
and hundreds more of friends while whileGeorgetown whileGeorp1 whileGeorgetown
Georgetown Georp1 WIt never lacks for the most mostearnest most8IUIIe8t mootearneSt
earnest supporters and rooters at their theirgames lhelrpe theirgamea
games It promises M to be an afternoon afternoonfilled afteI1lCJOn1M afternoonHUed
filled 1M with th an line playing vociferous cheer cheerma cbelr11I cheerbig
ma big and keen rivalry rivalryVlrli rlvalrJirKluln rivalryVirginia
Vlrli Virginia ln Team Here HereVirginia U HereVirginia r rVlrptla
Virginia arrived In Washington Wpblnrtoa late test testnight IaDlght lanEnight
night and headed by Coach Cole and andManager andManager IId IIdMaaapr
Manager Robteoo the squad lIQua is making its itsheadquarters 18laeadquart8S Itsheadquarters
headquarters at the EbWtt House Nearly Nearlyan Neartyn Nearlyan
an n the players are m In good condition and andthose andthoH andthose
those of the remitters who are unable to ttt go gotiw gothe
the route will 111 be supplanted supplant by very com competent eotftpetent cornpotent
petent substitutes sub tltute8 who are eager to get getinto getinto t tInto
into the game they th regard the biggest of oftheir oftMir oftheir
their year The Virginia students beaded headedby beadedby beadedby
by the Stonewall Jackson Military Band Bandof Bandot Bandof
of Staunton StauDWavill will arrive 1The this morl morning S1g from fromCharlottesvUle fTOmCharlottesville fromCharlottesville
Charlottesville in a a special train There ThereMrill ThereYlli Theretrill
trill be three or four hundred students and andmany ImdmanT andnanny
many others who wIlt Join the party on onthe ontM onthe
the way here A AJeeUen secOen of the east stand standhas staBditeen standhas
has been set et arffce by the Georgetown Georgetownmanagement Georgetown8ItIDtt Georgetownmanagement
management 8ItIDtt for the Virginians and th thwest OM OMweet thewest
west stand will 111 contain the Georgetown Georgetowncohorts Georgetoneobortll Georgetowncohorts
cohorts Virginia hoses to retrieve their theirhumfllatlns theirhumOladftlr theirhumfllatlng
humfllatlns defeat of five years ago 60 and andGeorgetown aadGeorxWWR andGeorgetown
Georgetown has prepared to repeat their theirBtt theirDOl
Btt victory victoryLlKrlil TletoryLI victoryLIg11
LlKrlil LI LIg11 hl Work orJ for Georgetown GeorgetownThere GeorgetownThen GeorgetorinThere
There was wa no scrimmage SC1I work for forGeorgetowns fercnnls forGeorgetowns
Georgetowns cnnls gridiron warriors yester yesterday yeelnday yesterday ¬
day In the morning Conch ReiUy led the thegquad theIn thesquad
squad in a a crosecoontry eroECO nUY run over in Vir Virginia YlrI Virgala ¬
gala and m lit the afternoon signal pine practice praeUce pinelice ¬
lice and new formations were gone gonethrough lOIIethiOU gonethrough
through behind closed gates gatesGeorgetowns latesGeor gatesGeorgetowns
Georgetowns Geor OWIIS rooters will assemble assembledowntown aesembleduwutown Ie Iedowntowu
downtown and go to the tb grounds in a abody abody abody
body headed by a band The students of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the law school wilt meet at their build building bul bulblag d dlaG ¬
laG at 1 oclock with ita the band and wIll wBImarch wnlJDafCb wIllmarch
march to the medical school where the thestudents tile8tuclents theStUdents
students of that branch of the university universitywill DIIterlttywJIl untvertywill
will wJIl be picked up After marching IRIlICbI to toFourteenth toFourteenth toFourteenth
Fourteenth and H streets the entire party partywill partywill
will board special cars and ride to George Georgetown GeorgetOWII Georgetown ¬
town Field FieldAs FIeldAt Field4g
As George Washington pulled their game gameahead gameahead me meabead
ahead a day the Hatchetltes will attend attendthe attCPclthe attendthe
the VirginiaGeorgetown game in a body bodyand bodyand hotlyand
and get a line on the playing ability ablllt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the two teams teamsMr t teemsMr tms
Mr Olcott of o Yale and Mr Brown Brownof Brownot Brawnof
of Dartmouth Dttrtm ath have been selected to offi officiate onIelate olItelate ¬
elate in the game gameliineup gamelilacup me meItneup
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HARVARD PACES INDIANS INDIANSYnle INDIANSYnle INDIANSYale
Ynle and Princeton Also lso in hard lIarellryont hardTryout i iTryout
Tryout Games GamesWith Gnnlc8Wlth GanacsWith
With the final sames arnes of the Eastern and andWestern andVe andWestern
Western Ve tern college football teams but a week weekaway weakaWAY weekaway
away interest In I the gridiron play is fo focussed focusee4 focussed
cussed on the contests ts of today which whichwill whichwill whichwill
will give the pigskin enthusiast Iris last lastchance lastchance lastchance
chance to size up the ability of the elevens elevenswhich elevenswhich elevenowhirit
which are to figure In the struggle for forchampkmbip forcbamplon forchampionship
championship blp tumors within Ithln the next ten tendays tendays tendays
days All the leading combinations have Itavahard havehard haveharti
hard games scheduled and the coaches coacheswill cOlleJtesIII coacheswill
will III breathe a sigh of relief If their th r teams teamssucceed teamssueeeed teamssucceed
succeed in going through the days play playwithout playwithout playwithout
without defeat or injury to the men who whoform whoform whoform
form the varsity varsl aggregations Of the Big BigFour BigFour BigFour
Four Harvard appears to have drawn the thehardest thehardest thehardest
hardest opponents in the Indians while whilePrinceton whlloPrinceton whilePrinceton
Princeton faces the West Point Cndets Cndetsalways Cndetsalways Cadetsalways
always formidable foes and Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniagoes Pennslvanlngoes Pennsylvaniagoes
goes against the strong Lafayette Lafaette eleven elevenwhile eleenwhile elevenwhile
while Yale s to tackle Brown BrownIf BrownIf BrownIf
If the contest cont in Harvards Stadium is isplayed isplayed Isplayed
played on a dry fast field the Red Men Menwill Menwill Ien Ienwill
will make the ijte Crimson team play better betterfootball betterfootball betterfootball
football than Cai aDt Capt < > t Festers Fc ters men jmve jmvebeen Jmebeen jiavebeen
been called uiwh u upon n to show this season It ifthey Ittbey Itthey
they are to triumph over the Aborigines AboriginesThere IborlgtnesThere AboriginesThere
There is a strong belief prevailing pr valUDg In cer certain certain ocrlain ¬
tain pigskin circles not a hundred miles milesfrom mn mnfrom miiefrom
from New Haven that the Cambridge Cambridgeteam Cambridgeteam Cambridgeteam
team his not tried to play lay its best game gameto gameto
to date and has been willing to permit permittheir permittbeir permittheir
their opoonents to hold them them to a very veryclose veryclose ery eryclose
close score rather than show their tbel real realbrand roolbrand realbrand
brand of gridiron play la Against the In Indians 1ndbms Indiana ¬
diana hrfwevcr Harvard has got to work workhard workhard workhard
hard for the Carlisle Ca lIsle eleven teen has a line linethat linethat linethat
that held the ttip heavy plunges of Pennsyl Pennsylvania Penns Pennsvanta Pennsyvanla ¬
vania Syracuse and Pennsylvania State Stateand StateRnd Statesad
and made 10yard gains few and far be between be between between ¬
tween On the other hand there is not a aplayer aplayer aplayer
player In the Crimson back field who has hasanything hasanything hasanything
anything on the he men me behind the red redskins redskins redskins ¬
skins skirmish line either In i speed s > eed punt punting puntIng puntIng ¬
ing ability ablUt or certainty In handling the theball theball theball
ball as it falls from the boot of the op opposing opposing opposing ¬
posing kickers If the turf at Soldiers SoldiersField SoldiersField SoldiersField
Field should be slow and heavy hea from rain rainthen rainthen rainthen
then Harvard may be able to win without
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style styieofplayloa4oL styieofplayloa4oLPrinceton of slay y to a doc docPrinceton dotPrinceton
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Princeton goes to West Point comMent eonMentof fIt fItof
of winning ntag but expecting a hard bar battle battleand 1IattleaJlcl battleand
and a small seor score The ability of the theArmy theArmy theArmy
Army to hold both Yale and Harvard has hasgiven basIven hasgiven
given Iven the Tigers a dear insight into what whattheir whattheIr whattheir
their reception will be when they turn turnout turnout turnout
out to wage gridiron war with the tb future futuregenerals futuregenerals futuregenerals
generals I IJ is quite probable that the thePrinceton tbePrlneetol thePrinceton
Princeton Prlneetol attack Md defense are better bettertoday MttertodQ i itoday
today than those exhibited e by the Us Etta Ettaand EllsaDd ntIsand
and Harvard when hen at West T Point Point but It Itte ItIs
te equally true that the soldiers strength strengthmet seZIgthIs h hgrMter
Is greater at tI this time than when they theymet theymet
met the other two members of the Big BigThree BigThree BigThree
Three Unless rn Princeton suffers a ba bal balslump badslump < i istomp
slump in the play the Tigers Tt should shouldwin shouldwin ouM ouMwin
win but they will be opposed by a team teamstronger teamSirOllger teamstronger
stronger than any they have faced this thisseason thi3sen thIsseason
season sen with the possible po exception of Cor Cornell Cornell CotneiL ¬
nell nellIn nellIn neiLIn
In Brown the Blue will find nd a worthy worthyopponent worthyePJOltent worthyopponent
opponent in the last game before the con contest eontet contest ¬
test with the Nassau eleven Both Penn Pennsylvania PennSJtvaala Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania and Harvard found tile Prowl Providence Pro Prowldence i ieIence ¬
dence lads Ja a husky ky combination and if ifYale ifYa1e I IYale
Yale has not improved since the contest contesta
a week w ago against the Cadets there is islikely iHUkely ismcely
likely to be moments when wbe the New XewHaven NewTvcai ew ewHayea
Haven coaching cc brigade will n have troubles troublesall troublesan troublesall
all their own ownPennsylvania ownPentasYlvanla ownPennsylvania
Pennsylvania has a hard nut to crack crackhi crackIn crackIn
In Lafayette for last season the best the theQuakers theQuakers theQuakers
Quakers could do was to play playa a tie game gameat gameat gameat
at i to C with the Eastoniana and the thetetters t1elatter thelatters
tetters latter team appears to be better than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the JK combination while the same can cannot eI1not eannot ¬
not besaid b4f aid of the Red and Blue BI There Thereis Thereis Thereis
is is howeVer how er good material m the Frank Franklin Franklin Frankun ¬
lin Field ranks and and It may be that the thekm thelong thelong
km long delayed dt 1at CI brace will put ra In an ap appearance appellraDCt appearance ¬
pearance today to the Joy of the Phila Philadelphia PhlladeiplUaundercra4uate Philadeipida ¬
delphia deiplUaundercra4uate undergraduate If it doesnt doesntMichigan tIoeantlteltJ8an doeentMichigan
Michigan is likely to be a a S to 1 shot shota
a week hence henceCornell henceCornell henceCornell
Cornell faces Holy Cross C and should shouldwin shouJdwin shouldwin
win without any an great t difficulty ky while in inSwarthmore inSwarthmore InSwarthmore
Swarthmore the Navy Na will meet as hail harlan hatlan hailan
an opponent as any that has visited vIsIt An Annapolte Anpolls Annapolls
napolte polls this fall Dartmouth and Amherst Amherstplay ADlher Amherstplay t tplay
play at Hanover while Williams rpss and andWesleyan andresleJan antiWesieyan
Wesleyan win have it out at Wiliaras Wiliarastown Willarnstown rUiamstown
town in New YorkL Fordham win play playDelaware pIa pIaDelaware playDelaware
Delaware College Colle The other Ol local uni university un unventlty anversity ¬
versity team tae New York University Universityeleven Unlversit Unlversiteleven Lnlversityeleven
eleven will invade South Bethlehem for fora f fa fora
a game with 1th Lehigh Other games in b the theEast treEast theEast
East are Colgate vs Hamilton at Clin Clinton Clinton Chinton ¬
ton Springfield S n eld Training School vs S Wor Worcester Worcester Worcostar ¬
cester Poly at Springfield Tufts vs VB Mas Massachusetts Massachusetta as assachusetts ¬
sachusetts Tech at Medford Penn State Statevs StateS Statevs
vs S Westminster estmlnster at State College and andHobart andHobrl 51 51Iobar
Hobart Iobar vs s Alfred at Geneva GenevaGame Gene GeneGnnleH CenetGaines
Game in AVent AVentIn VeRtIn Iest IestIn
In the West est the one football game of ofimportance otimporlanee ofImportance
importance today IB that between bet a Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicage ¬
cago and Minnesota Mlrmesota which is I to be held heklin heldin heldin
in the Windy Wfnd City This game may be belooked belooked belooked
looked upon as the championship contest contestof contestof contestof
of the Middle West Vest inasmuch ln snulch as the theinchigan thenchjsan theMicligaii
inchigan team has no games sa s with West Western Westera t tOm ¬
era colleges except with Illinois which whichwent whichwent whichvent
went down before the Wolverines two twowoeks t tweeks rwoek
weeks woek AgO AH things considered Minne Minnesota 1tUnnesot8 Minnesota ¬
sota has an advantage over Chicago for forthe forthe forthe
the Gophers average twelve pounds heav heavier hea healer heavIer ¬
ier on their line and twentyone and one onehalf onehalf onehalf
half pounds heavier in the back field and andwhile andwhle andwhile
while the Chicagoans are somewhat weak weakin weakin weakin
in the tine Minnesota is exceptionally exceptionallystrong eCeeptlonally8trong exceptionallystrong
strong and the back field while heftier heftieris heCUprIs heftieris
is fully tull as fast as the Maroons speedy
bucks bucksBut bncksDut backsBut
But those who 1ao know Coach Stagg and andhis andhis andhis
his methods mothod say 1 that Chicago will > 111 not be bedefeated bedefooted bedefeated
defeated merely by weight for Stngg has hasmany hastDfln hasrunny
many tDfln plays up his sleeve and those thosewhch thosewheh thosewhch
whch will be brought into action in to todays tGo tGodays tGdays ¬
days game will present some neat prob problems problems problems ¬
lems for Minnesota to solve Then Then too toothe tootho toothe
the lightweights of the Midway squad can candnnce caudance j
dance about the field until they have tired tiredtheir tiredtheir I
their opponents so Chicago says and andthen ancIthen andthen
then in the second hair of the game they theycan the thecan theycan
can go in and score despite de pite the hulocks hulocksof hll1ocJ hHhocksof s sor
of which the Gopher Goh r line is composed cotnnosedThe composedThe Hd
The game of secondary importance Importa ce to tothe to111e tothe
the West but one which promises to be beone beone beone
one of the best of the season Is that be between between between ¬
tween Wisconsin amI Illinois at Urbane Urbanethe Fr Urbanethe Nlnt Nlntthe >
the home town of the latter college Il Illinois IlUnok IiIlnols ¬
linois has l been > en figuring on winning Innlng this thisbame thisb8me thisgame
game but the Badgers have not been beenbnckwnrd beenbnckwlua beenbackward
backward In JI 1i their work this year far and andparticularly JUldportfcu andparticularly
particularly portfcu lrl Aince Mace their victory teton over lorni lornilast 10 10last Ios Ioslast
last week Che he idea has grown gro n that t hid they theystand theystAnd theystand
stand at least an even chance with Illi Illinois Illinois liltnob ¬
nois nob
Second V SI U I Team Wins WinsSpecial WhzisSpecial his hisS
Special S to The WasMsstaa Wa HcnM HcnMLexington U1dIexlngton hleishiLexington
Lexington Va Nov 9 tThe The second secondteam secondteam nd ndtoom
team of Virginia lrglnhi military illtAry Institute I 8UtUt8OOday 8UtUt8OOdaydefeated today todaydefeated todaydefeated
defeated the Augusta Military Acadci Acadciof Acadcof Acadeof
of Fort Defiance Defian c Va by the score scoreto eore q qto Qto
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