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8 THE WASHIKGTON WASJIIJiGTONHERALD HEBALD TTFESDAy TUESDA NOVEMBEE 15 1910 1910Well 1910I 1910WellEaned
I Well WellEaned Earned Day of ofRestfo Rest for forGeofgetown Georgetown Football Players Playe PlayersOther sOtherSports Other Sports I
CUBANS OO KNOW GAME GAMEOF GAMEOF
OF BASEBALL WELL WELLWarm WELLWarnl
Warm Welcome Vel come Assured the thePlliladeIIbia
Philadelphia Athletics AthleticsTHEY
THEY MUST flTST PLAY REAL BALL BAHIslamic BALLIsJnuler
Islamic XIanders Know flow to Appreciate AppreciateFlratelnsH AlwrecinteFlr
FlratelnsH Flr tclaIiM Exhibitions nml aUt Insist Insiston lusldon
on Strongecft Team Tenini Coming Over OcrSenor
Senor Mnnoz I noz Sent Annnnlly io 0 Re Report Report
port the Worhl Vorl or1l1 il Series SeriesWhen SerleWhen Ser1eWhen
When the Athlotles go to Cuba in a afew afew afew
few weeks they will find nd the natives nativesthere nativesthere nattve5there
there well versed orsed In baseball The Cu Cubnns Cubnns Cubans
bnns have beon educated edu ted to understand understandand understandand
and appreciate the finer points of the thegame thogame thegane
game says Billy Weart In the Philadel Philadelphia PhUafolphla Phtladolphia ¬
phia Telegraph TelegraphOnly TelcgraphOnly TegrphOnly
Only a few players lyers of the Philadelphia Philadelphiateams PhlJadelphlateams Philadelphiateams
teams have played on the Island Mc McQuillan 1010QulUan ¬
Quillan w went nt there two yean ago and andhe andhe ande
he e came home disgusted because he did didnot didnot didot
not ot get his pay pa Magco and a number numberof numoorot
of Chicago players took the trip last lastwinter lastwinter lastwinter
winter and they netted a tidy sUm but butthey butthey hutthey
they forgot that thalr contracts called calledfor calledtor calledfor
for a period beyond be Ond Christmas and as asthey R8they a athey
they wanted to get home for that occa occasion occasion ¬
sion they out short bort their trip tripPast uIpPast
Past experience have taught the Cu Cubans Cubans ¬
bans to bind the players up to very veryrigid veryrigid
rigid contracts for the present winter winterseason winterseason winteraenson
season They would not consent to a afew nfew
few of the Detroit players going there therethis therethis therethis
this month but Insisted that practically practicallythe practicallythe
the entire team must make the tour tourThey tourThe
They The wanted the Detroit team not half halfa 118lta
a dozen players plae s with men picked up from fromother fromother
other teams The same is true of the theAthletics theAthletiCII
Athletics AthletI They wanted anted all of the regu regular regular ¬
lar lara and they were willing to p pay y a agood ngood agood
good price to get what they desired desiredTho doslredTho
Tho Cubans too demand that the theteams thoteams
teams shall play good ball and shall not nothippodrome nothippodrome
hippodrome They The have bon too well welleducated weUeducated
educated to the game not to catch on to tothe tothe
the tricks of barnstormers and it was wasIn wasIn
In the province of Santiago I think thinkthat thinktbat
that a number of players from the States Stateswere StatesW61O Stteswere
were threatened with arrest If they tho thodidnt
didnt cut loose and nd d show siuw their real realability r6AIablIl
ability abilityTho ablIl ablIlTho
Tho newspapers In Cuba devote a large largeamount larseamount
amount of apace to the game not dnly dnlyto
to those played on the island but also to tothe toth8 tothe
the mjor league contests in tho United UnitedStates UnitedStates UntiedStates
States Every full Havana newspapers newspaperssend nO500perssend
send two or Ox three reporters to attend the theworlds theworlds
worlds orJee orJeeThe rie rieThe
The beitknown baseball reporter in inCuba InCuba
Cuba 1 III Senor Munoz of El Mundo or ortho orthe
the World Senor Munoz comes to this thiscountry thiscounu
country counu every oor fall for the worlds series seriesand seriesand
and ha is so well versed era d In the game that thathe thathe thathe
he could take a position on any an American Americannewspaper Americannewapap6r
newspaper as a its baseball editor editorWhen odltorWhen editorWhen
When he was 8 here heresto to attend the games gamesbetween gamebetWQOO
between tho Athletics and the Chicago ChicagoCute ChicagoCuba
Cute Senor Munoz unoz gave some some details of ofthe otthe oithe
the big cost of collecting baseball news newsfor Dewafor newifor
for his newspaper newspaperIt newsp per perIt
It costs Co tB El Mando said tho sonar sonar4W sonorMlO
4W per month to get tho news of the thegam thogamN
gam gamN played every day by bthe the American AmericanLeague 4mer1canLoague I
League and the National League Cable Cabletoils CabletOlls I
tOlls out into nto a lot of money but wa unu unuthat unothat I
that it pays us to have them sent nt to us usevery I Ievery
every 801 night tght We got a few f words of In Introduotien IntroduoU
troduotien troduoU n to eaefc tftftkgame game the swore by in innings 10nlng ¬
nings and tho rune ru hit hlta hitsI and errors and andthe andthe ant I
the batteries and umpires but we do not notrecalvo notrecelvo not t
receive the box scores There is never a anight anlsht L Lnight
night during the league season in this thiscountry thlscountry thiicountry
country that we do not receive requests requestsover requestsover z zover
over the telephones for or the scores thus thusindicating thusIndlcatJng
indicating that there is tremendous in inter Intertst interst
tertst ter st in the th contacts among our people peopleWhen JeOplov
When v hen I coma here to attend the worlds worldseeriaa worldsrl world
series rl Senor Munoz continued hI I send senda sent I Ia
a lMOword report of o overy game The Theexpense Theexpense z zexpense
expense of this is i cents a word wordS making I
57S g per game for telegraph and cable tolls tollsIn tollsIn
In addition I sand stories a few days daysbefore daysbefore day S
before the series begins and for a few fewdays fEl fEldays
days after it ends nd While WbIl in this country cOuntr r ri
I i cable tny in tny newspapers about 15000 words wordsfor wordsfor word
for the worlds series seriesCounting of ofCountlnl
Counting Senor Munozs expanses on onsteamers onstoamers o I
steamers and trains hotel bills Ac c it itcoats Itco I t
coats co coet ts Bl I Mundo something like Sl S1OOI 1OIU Mfl to tocoxier toCOCZ t tCOVe2
coxier the tho worlds world series Such a sum ii iiseveral IIe8veral ii iiseveral
several times more than a paper paperevan paperevan
evan if it represents a city whose team teamis toomIS i
is in the series pays to report the games gamesfor samesfOr a
for the worlds championship The Cu Cubans u ubans ubans ¬
bans are a sportloving people and a agreat agreat
great welcome await the worlds cham champions champions ¬
pions on the island islandDOW IslandDOWN
DOWN THE ALLEYS ALLEYSG
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SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE LBAGDEvdjaisriii LBAGUEDumbtrkJa LEAGUEDumbartee
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WAUSEKAHTtJAME WAUSEKAHTtJAMETo WAUSEKA IN GAD GADTo
To T o Line Up UI with Carlisle Against AealnatXlurrnrd AgainstIInrvnrd Againstharvard
harvard Law La Eleven ElevenCarlisle ElevenCarlisle ElevenCarlisle
Carlisle Nov 14 HThe The Carlisle Indians Indiansreturned Indiansreturned Indiansturned
returned re reba turned from the Navy game ame pretty prettybadly prettybadly prettydly
b badly ba baev dly bruised but Coach Warner Warn or has hasevery hasevery hasery
every ev evst ery reason to believe that his redskins redskinswill red redskins1l1 skins skinswlIl
evv
will v 1l1 have fully recovered before b foro the thestruggle thestruggleagnInst theruggle
I
struggle struggleagnInst st ruggle against the Allstar nstar Harvard Harvardlaw Harvnrdlaw Harvardw
law la w eleven at Boston on Wednesday WednesdayEmil WednesdayEmil VednesdayEmU
Emil Wauseka who Is a commercial commercialstudent commercialstudent commercialudent
student st stti udent at Carlisle but who Is not enti entitled enUtled entied ¬
ti tled ti tiis ed ordinarily to play because of Carl CarlIsles CarlIsles Carlies
Isles is ies fouryear eligibility rules will be beallqwed beal1Q holqwod
alW allqwed al1Q al alla lqwod cc1 to play p1l1 against Harvard law on onWednesday onWednoNday onednesday
Wednesday W ednesday by special agreement with the thelatter thelatter thetter
latter la lag tter in view Iew of the hard array of ofgames otgamts ofenIes
games g enIes Carlisle has to play since adding addingHarvard addingHarvard addingarvard
Harvard H arvard law to Its list 1I8t111d itpjl and because of ofthe oCthe ofe
the th e number of redskins who are out with withBlight withight 1th 1tholhht
e sl Blight ight injuries injuriesThe InjuriesThe injuriesThe
The Indians leave for Boston on Tues Tuesday TUesday Tuesay ¬
Q day dayTROTTERS dayTROTTERS d ay
ayROTTERS
TROTTERS P AHD PACERS MEET MEETMatinee MEETMatinee MEETatinee
Matinee M atinee to Be Held Wednesday on onthe onthe onthe
the Speedway SpeedwayMembers Speedwaylfember
Members M embers of Drivers and Hidcm RlderAII RlderAII80clndon Aa AaAociation
Aociation Hold Meeting leeUnl at atMetropolitan ntJletropol1tan atUetropo1itn
Metropolitan Hotel HotelThe UotelThe
The member momb6 1 of the th Drivers and Riders RidersAssociation RIderAssoclatlon Rtdersssociation
Association A wU will meet this evening at tho thoMetropolitan thoMetropolitan
Metropolitan M Hotel at 8 oclock to discuss discussImportant discussImportant
Important Im portant matters relating to the matinee matineeto
to be given tomorrow afternoon over the thePotomRo
Potomac P otomac Speedway SpeedwayThe SpMdwaThe
The matinee to be held Wednesday at afternoon atternoon atrnoon ¬
ternoon te rnoon is the second of the series to be bepulled bepullod
pulled p ulled off over the course the third and andlast
last la st matinee being elated for November Novemoort
24 Each horse in his class which stands standsbost
best b est In the summaries at the end of the theseries theries
series se ries will bo awarded a cup cupWith cupWJth cupWith
With anything like fair weather The Ihematinee 1hematinee
matinee m atinee Wednesday will be worth wlr wlcn
naming n The horses engaged have been beentrIed beenied
triad tr ied out against each other they have haveaU
al aU l had a race under their belts baIts and the thestruggle thestruXglo theruggle
struggle st ruggle between them should bo much muchkeener muchkeener
keener k eener than was the caso in the th initial Initialmatinee Initialatinee
matinee matineeThe m atinee
The pony races should also have their theirvotaries tholrotarlu
votaries v Tho last event of the kind drew drewhuntlroos drewundreds
hundreds h to the th course cour e and there Is every everyrOflSOn
reason re ason to believe that doublo tho number numberof numborot
of o f spectators will be present tomorrow tomorrowafternoon tomorrowafternoon
afternoon afternoonIntor08t a fternoonInterest
Interest In tor oat is keen among local horsemen horsemenIn horsozuenthd
In thd events scheduled for tomorrow tomorrowThere tomorrowThera
There T here may be some reversals of form as astho R8tho
tho th e unexpected une cted frequently happens in Inhorso
horse h orse races The last may be first and andthe andho
the t ho first rst be last in the seoond trials With Witha Withgood Tlth Tltha
a good day and good track the contests contestson contestson
on o n Wednesday Wednesda should furnish rare sport sportFEATURE
FEATURE F EATUR EVENT TO HOUGHTON HOTOHTONJnmestoivn HOUGHTONJnmelltown
Jnmestoivn J Jockey JocJ ey Club Meet Ieet Will WillClone Vill VillCJose
Clone Saturday SaturdayNorfolk SIttllrdayNorfolk SstturdajNorfolk
Norfolk Va Nov No 14 1tThe The Jamestown JamestownJockey JametownJockey
Jockey J Club today entered on the last lastweek
week w eek of the meeting as it wa w4 decided decidedduring decldoclduring decideduring
during d uring the afternoon that the mooting mootingwould meotlngi
i would w ould not be extended QXt ded after next Satur Saturi Saturay
i day d ay J H Houghton won the days daysfeature dasfeature
feature f very easily easilyTho e sl1yThe
The condition books for the first nine ninedays
days d ays of the Jacksonville meeting reached reachedhero reachotlhero reachedere
hero h ere today Tha Thanksgiving Handi Handicap Handcap Handiap ¬
cap c ap to be run on the opening day da baa basreceived
received r sixteen entries The results resultsFIRST r8llults1I1lt8T
FIRST RAGRSir furlongs Via Vt m Oetarta OetaYta 100 100Dosan 100I 1 J
I Dosan DvI D S to 1 w nIII ou The NteEtr ilin Ml 1 McCthej
9 to 2 Mcond Troy Weight 107 MeCabe 15 to 1 1third 1UaW
third t tL Tiwo Tt 111 XfehtfeU i latfau Awrie Aa de Seiko and andLaogo aDdLaer andasgo t
L Laogo asgo aha ran raa raaSECOND
SECOND ItACKFSw ItCKP fwkmga SINMB 9 fJl Dimn DimnS
S to 1 won Itodkfo Iritt W McChlw V to I ITIIIItee secosd secosdTrustee aesd
Trustee T ruatse Mi l UeWMcta > 5 to 0 1 tWrd Time Ti 1134 1134Thrtfty lfiUnuiftJ 1934Thrifty
Thrifty Misa UIiII JoMh Q QII Ie1 taer Re BMk eIIe t CkiHon ClaU SQUAW SQUAWBeotoga Sq1eDdtIa S4z5awSheriff
Beotoga Sheriff Bradley nldler Fair Atatauta and andSchnickri ud8ehaidlel andchnic5M
Schnickri S Fritz alto ran ranTI1IUD 111TIlIltD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACBFifv and OMhcU farlenea c8 J 311 311onktse 11 11Howfhtcn lllIoul
Howfhtcn lIoul ll onktse 1 109 GoMUtcin 5 te 2 w WOlle woe li Herr 31rpca rr M 91 91KininsMrortb 91KilltnpworUt 91KiU1nswocth
KininsMrortb 8 to 1 seeond Iloffma 100 tAleJ tAleJto Alet Aletto Al x
6 to 1 third Thee TiN 147 111111 l9 1C King K Cubttt also ran ranFOURTH naFOURTH ranFOURTH
FOURTH RACBOno and ooeeirfitb milee Des Tile TfeoJlonk Tilerook Thetk
Jlonk M rook tk 97 Wrispau pJR 8 to 1 woe WCltli w IJewy Mwre IK IKKiuinesmuth tKiUhtgilrwtb 5 5Killingaeitb
Kiuinesmuth 8 to 1 ewsoad e i Hedge Rose ltose ltoseYcCaoo M8 M8tMcCSabc 115McCabe
tMcCSabc McCabe M to 1 third Time 155 15514 1 14 Neoska Neoskaleeta Neoskaleeta Nenekaests
leeta J ests My f Gal Harrey F Ten Iaees Iae and BeatKltre BeatKltrealso Deo Beanckrelan dtre dtredso
also e lan ntn ntnFIFTH 1U1IPTII ensPIrll
FIFTH RACESix furtonpi flldon Ludlto B E 108 108GaU l lGo1dtteia 1Goldstein
GaU Goldstein ein 10 to 1 woa WOBi Loyal Maid Id 111 CLkudJ Lleyd LleydM
M I I to 1 second MoWHtr IobIHtr 106 1W JJelI 10 to 1 1 thIrd thitdTine tldrdTt thIrdiMc
Tine T iMc 11516 115 15 Moltke oltke H CrosioaddlH Maltioe MaltioeLaw Maltl laIUaeLaltdll e eLC
Law Laltdll LC ine Byes Chief Hayes 5 My I So SlMIthent tbera B Ur r asdJoe udJoe and andoe
Joe J oe GuitcM also nn nnSIXTH noSI ranSIXTH
SIXTH SI TlI RACEOBO ILCEO e mile and twenty twest yards Lad Ladof lAdof Ladf
of o f Langdca m lIeU 3 to 1 won GoWen Ca Castle CastleMcCabe Uo UoMS
MS 1 15 McCabe 3 to 1 1 second Haaeltberpe IIue1t erpe K 5 Gor Gordon Gordon Goron ¬
don d do on 15 to 1 third Time 113 French Girl Drac Draccoote DnceooI4 Draeoo4a
coote o W Wenna ina Grace Kimball Sximmer 5urom SummsrNizht rNlht lght and andMklmnt andOtkhvrat naziOkhsrnt
Mklmnt also ran ranIAT01HA ran ranLATONIA ranLATONIA
LATONIA RESULTS RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFInST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACEFite furlongs Datenc DeJa DeIancey r 162 162Geese 100Ooeid 14 14Osee
Geese 1 to won Meaty Ollty Fox Fox 105 Austin AustInto
3 to 2 2 i Moood Grorer OroT Hcclx Hl1l Hvh h 103 103to mowanIl Howard
1 to 2 thid Tin 1 100 1fO4 05 uLouis Louis Eatz The TheWhip TheWllip TheMayor
Whip Mayor arar Head BteiKoatLore tLore Borrower Lay Larender La Lamdfr Laytinier
ender Lad Raraaxan and War Jig also ran ranSECOND ranSECOND ranSECOND
SECOND RACEOne mile HeatherWoom Heather m ICQ ICQWtncfl 100WmII 1WWnestl
Wtncfl 2 to 1 WOE su Detect < t 109 Goofia Gooeaj 1 1second 1IeOORdi 1woond
second IeOORdi Eastern Star H 5 Darcoiport eren tmnL t tTtI tifirdTtne
Ttew 138 1 3135 5S 35 5 Charles C Straus Modeler Sugar SugarL SugarLenap
Ltaep L La U Mexican Americaneer Little Father Fatherand Fath Fathaud Fathtrand
and fettle B o ran ranTHIRD moTHIRD razzPallID
THIRD RAOBSIt furlongs Alfred The Great Orraii5
120 1 Koenar 3 to S won Cros CrosMfe1 aTer Ill Wol Woleott Wo1eoW Wo Woaott
eott eoW 7 to i second Ere White 109 l Austin Austinto
2 to 1 third Time TImeS 11335 113 35 C 0 H IL Patten PattenEiifilUh
EiifilUh Esther Rice RI Grain GraInS Sporting Life LIfe Bed Bedmin Bedmlnoter
min minittf ttr King of Yolo Yolo Acolin AcoUn and nd Twnmj Tvmni McGee McGeaalso McGeealso cGeo cGeoalfio
also ran ranFOORTH nnFOURTJI ranPOUI1TII
FOORTH RACEXOne and onesixteenth miles milesJohn
John Reardon 1U Kocmer 7 to 2 won darkle fatkl
M 1 1 166 CGoose Goose even bccond Camel lot 1O Daren Dayeezsort
port 1 to 4 third Tim Tim l liG 15 Dr Hob 3J
berg and Leamence also ran ranPIlrrU ranFIFTh
FIFTh RACBOno mile and fifty yards M f
Carabon 106 Koerner J350 Po 35 won Queen Mar Marguerite Marmedia u uInrite ¬
media 106 l RIce Rice J195t U3 second Jeanne dArc
111 Waloott J5 5 third Fslcada and Htnry Hutch
mean also Iso ran nSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACEOne and oneeighth onedibthmiltll miles Ben
I Prorate 106 Martin Iartin I 4 won Alice Baird aird 103 103i 103150
i GOO 8J 150 second Mont Clair 103 Herbert
J1I 11 third t ird Time 151 Darder Shapdale Arrow Arrowswift Anowswift Arrowswfft
swift swift Meadow Grass Myitlfler YIUfter Beau Bnnnmel Al Aloade Alznde
oade 0Ide Maid rald Militant lJItant Warden and Qnagga also ran ran ranSAN ranSAN
SAN FRANCISCO RESULTS BESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RAGE RAOEFire FITO and a half furlongs Qsabr
109 Glass 7 to 1 won Dada 100 Rooney 30 to
1 second Oisko 100 Thomas 6 to 1 third Time
17 T May Louise B IL Amarcosa Portola Queen QueenOlar Queen11am
Oaru Hampton n Osaindone Pearl Bass Great t
Caesar and Media Iroia also ran ranSECOXD ran5ECO ranSECOND
SECOND 5ECO D RAOEFuturity COOTS TilliBghast 108
Fogarty 7 to 1 won Xcttlc 107 10 Gamer S to 1 1 1second
seoood Sir tngua npi n lI 100 Archibald 6 to 1 third
Time 110 1 10 Plume E M f Fry Burnell Silver
Grain Alchemist Ichenist Glennadean aUk Lovely MArT
and rd Satkass also ran ranTHIRD ranfHIRD ranTHIRD
THIRD RACEFutnrfty course Tony Faust 110
Archibald Arcl1 1d 12 to 1 won M M L MusKraie 107 Corey
11 to 5 second 6lCOn Bitter Sir SirS 107 Thomas 3 B to 1
third Time 10935 100 35 Jcssup Bum Capt John
Father Stafford Inauguration Belle Kingston Chief
Desmond and Yellow Foot also ran
FOURTH RAOESIr furlongs Jack Paine 100
Callahan 6 to 1 won Daddy Glp 103 Thomas
3 to 1 second Babonla 100 Buxton 5 to 1
third Time Thn 10235 Col Cci Jack and EnfIeld also alsoran alsoran alsoran
ran ranFIFTH FIFTH RAOGMIIs nOE iIe and a sixteenth Doraletta DoraleUa
189 l Gamer 5 to 1 won Kalserhoff 109 Cotton
13 to 5 second Treasure Seeker StekerI09 103 Anderson 6
to tx 1 third Time 11715 117 15 ElgIn l1 fn Cabin Onataasa Onataasaaid Onatnesaand
aid Swell Girl also ran ranSIXTH ranSIXTH ranSIXTH
SIXTH RACBSereneifihths RACEr RAC reneihths of a mile Adriuche
111 Forehand 7 to I won Howard Pearson Pearson Ul
Battiste 13 to 5 second Sake 106 FoBcrty 5 to
1 third Time Time lt 1 1E34 M Sonora Wan > J C Clem
Nebulosis Allow and Voltmsno also ran ranDetroit ranDetroit razzDetroit
Detroit Beaten in Cuba CubaHavana CubaHaana CubaHavana
Havana Nov Ii ItThe The Havana baseball baseballclub basebal1club baseballclub
club defeated the Detrolts today by a ascore ascore ascore
score of o 3 to 2 2 The batteries were Mo
dares and Petway and Summers and andStnnage
Stanage
SUMMARY YALEPRINCETON GAME GAMEFirst GAMEos GAMEFIrst
os First Half HalfTale rSe Second ond Half HalfYale BateYate HalfYale
Tale Princeton Yale Princeton PrlnoetonGround PrincetonGround
Ground gained by rushing v 115 30 30 45 4 55 55First 65Flrstdowns 55Pirstdowns
First Flrstdowns downs by pushing r ushlng J 4 0 1 3 3Number 3Number 3Number
Number of punts puntJ pUnt 8 S 13 10 10Ground 10Average 10A 10Avrage
Average A rage distance of punts 3S 38 33 33Forward 3B 3BForward a aForard
Forward passes 1 1 1 3 3Ground 1Ground 3Ground
Ground gained by forward passes passes 0 q 10 2S S 12 12Onside 12Onside 2 2Onslde
Onside kicks tH 0 2 1 2 2Ground 2Ground 2Ground
Ground gained by onside kicks 0 0 0 2 0Penaltier 2 0 0Penalties
Penalties 4 3 3Ground 2 2 2 2Ground 2Ground
Ground lost by penalties 46 30 30 30 30Running 30Rmnlng 30Running
Running back punts in yards 11 T5 10 90 20 20Fumbles 30iumblcs 30 30Fumblee
Fumbles 7 2 3 3 3Ground 3Ground
Ground lost by b fumbles 20 O 10 0 0 0Ball 0Ball
Ball lost by fumbles 2 0 < 0 i iFumbles fFumbles IFumbles
Fumbles recovered 6 2 3 2 2Yale 2Yale
Yale forwards blocked two of Ballous punts one of which was re recovered recovered recovered ¬
covered by Brooks who ran 20 i0 O yards yar ls which does not show In summary A AYale AYale AYale i
Yale man also blocked one of Pendletons trials at goal from placement
a
I SHORT LENGTHS LENGTHS LENGTHSJohn ENGTHSJ ENGTHSJUJobn I IJohn
UJobn John IJ Sullivan lice vrliea heR be says saysthere asySere 11 11there
there th thto ere was a frameup for Jack Johnson Johnsonto Johnsonlay
to tost lay dpwn to me at Reno is the terse tersestatement tersestatement terseatement
statement st atement ot James Jeffries who came cameout camoout cameut
out o sto ut of retirement in California long longenough longonough longnough
e enough to declare himself himselfJim hlmseltJim himselfJim
Jim Archer rclu r of the Cubs Cub and Pat Liv Livingstone LivIngstone Livgzztone ¬
ingstone in ins inst gzztone of the Athletics led their re respective respective repectIve ¬
spective s leagues in holding down base basestealing basestealing baseealing
stealing stealingA stealingAttell st ealing ealingAdlell
A Attell cll nnd Moore fight November NoemberIn oyember 22 22in 22Now
in Now York but Abos Abo lease on hIs hlatitle hl8title hIstle
ll title tle isnt in danger because the arti articles arUc10s artis ¬
c cles cb s call for the pair to weigh In at 133 133a 133a 133weight
a weight Abo might scalo cnlo if he filled filledhis finedhis filledis
his h is shoes with lead leadJohn leadJohn leadJohn
John Philip Sotuin the n nlnr mareli nA king klncrone kln S Sone is isne
o one ne of the best scatter gun shots in tho thocountry thocountn theountry
c country and likes nothing better than thanto thanto thantake
ti to take part In a big match with clay claypigeons claypigeons clayigeons
p pigeons as victims victimsAbout victimsAbout cUms cUmsAbout
About this tItl time of the year ear the feb fcllows fellows febws
1 lows lo ws whose foreheads run hack to the thepoint thepoint theoint
p point oint of oxtromo height toll us base baseball baseball baseall ¬
b ball all Isnt what it used to be beI boOer beOver
Over in nnltlmorc they the refer to the theJohns theJohns theohns
I
J Johns ohns Hopkins football loam out of ofdeferonca otdefer ofeference
d deferonca defer Jnco < to the college colors as Tho ThoBlack ThoBlack Tholack
Black B lack and Blue And all this under underthe underthe undere
t the th Bth e now rovised rules Tell it to Wal Walter IValar al alter ¬
t ter ar Camp CampIi CampIt CampIt
It has 1in been decided that the Athletics Athleticswill Athletl Athleticsill s swill
v will w ill train at Savannah Go next spring springJuftt springJUfct springJust
Just now no suppose Moran doe does trim trimBat trimBat Irmaat
Bat B at Nelson when they the meet November November2fi
2 2fi G Will Ad Wolgast be crazy to take takeon takeon taken
o on n the tough little Englishman EnglishmanIf
If Ban Johnson per persists lMH in making mnklngth mnltlngth makinghe
l th he clubs publish stockholders names namesthe nammsthe namese
the th e New York teams will look like a aTammany aTRmmany aaminany
Tammany T thT aminany Hall subscription list list and andthe andt11b andts
the ti ts fact that Andy And Freedman still gets getshis getshis g9tdis
his h tih is rakeoft from the Giants dividends dividendswill divIdends divIdendswill dividendsill
will w ill bocorno public publicThe publicThe publicThe
The inembcrNhlp list 11 of the ColdIlnth ColdIlnthEveryMorning ColdUnthEvofMornlng ColdBathveryMorning
j EveryMorning E Club Is rapidly decreas decreasing decreasInS deereasng ¬
InS i ng
Mack SlgnnlN Trent ent wrong uron on election4 election4day election electionday electionay
c day d ay Norman Mack the national Dem Democratic Domocratlc Demcratic ¬
ocratic o chairman drow the wrong bal ballot ballot balot ¬
lot l ot in an n endeavor to vote fast and had hadto hadto hado
t to t o go o through with a Republican vote voteA votoWashIngton oto otonblngton
A WashIngton nblngton broker tried yfnterdny yfnterdnyto fftterda fftterdato
i to t o swap 2000 OOO shares of P R T stock stockfor stocktor stockor
for f or a ticket to tho YalePrinceton YalePrincetoncame YalePrincetongame YalePrincetoname
game g < came ame Ho was met on all sides by the thebig thebig theig
j big b ig flag fiagLoodoII flag1413d05
LoodoII N NCIf ItMart SKjfried 51 frl Helm the Get German GnanaJ Getsa ¬
j man n sa amy ottMf ker wtes wq was arrowed charged e with withtavii withdlllll withnrIa5
tavii b nrIa5 dlllll MMfe riutebcsfe Ibtehes etebeaa1 th the foriiikntloRs fortllt tloM ef P Parts PM1IO1tIt Partsith ts tsMonth
Month n ith Hartaor torta tsdafpIraded frietded fieitd g gilnt guSty > iHty and was pJaertl pJaertla4er plaftd1IItMr pMeedI3O
1IItMr a4er bonds of 1so 1 I3O 80 not to rtpeat rapeatthe t the affens olftn5 i
I NEW HE STRUCTURE IS NEEDED NEEDEDCrowd NEEDEDCrowd
Crowd Expected at YaleHarvard YaleHarvardGame YaeHarvardGame Yae1tarvardGame
Game Largest Ever EverQheerlnfr EverIOheerJn
IOheerJn Cheering Section from Old EH Will WillBe WillI
I Be Biggest Seen at An Aniinnl AnI Annun
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I New Haven Nov No H 14Eertord Everford Thomp Thompson Thompson Thompson ¬
son who has charge of the YaleHarvard YaleHarvardfootball Yale Yaleharvardfootball IIarvard IIarvardfootball
football tickets sale Bald tonight that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this year ear there had been 0000 applica applications applications j
tions for tickets for this game and the thofootball thefootball thefootball
football stands can accommodate only 33
000 He II added addedWo addedWe addedWe
We need a structure which would ac accommodate occommodate accommodate ¬
commodate WOOO or 00000 and such a astand astand astand
stand would cost over 500000 l The con continuance continuance continuance ¬
tinuance of the game of football Is a avery avpry avpry
vpry doubtful quantity at present how however however however ¬
ever and the expenditure of so large an anamount anamount anamount
amount of money would be decidedly
dangerous At any time some player playermight plaermight playermight
might be killed or injured and the game gameabolished gameabolished gameabolished
abolished leaving the enormous structure structureon struotureon
on our hands handsSince handSince handsSince
Since the victory Ictory at Princeton Satur Saturday Snturtly Saturslay ¬
day tly applications have boon coming in at atYale atYale atYale
Yale with greater groat or rapidity and Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight Saturdaynight
night tho staff of the office was 1lS busy busyuntil busyuntU busyuntil
until about 130 1 In the morning Most of ofthose ofthola ofthose
those who have been cut off from fromtickets tromtlckous fromtickots
tickets liavo taken their loss In good goodspirit goodspirit goodspirit
spirit although several have raised a aprotest aprotest aprotest
protest One of the most successful successfulmeans succossfulmeans successfulmeans
means tha th ticket department has found foundin foundIn foundIn
in accommodating the applicants was by bycutting bycutting b bcutting
cutting the number of tickets allotted to tofreshmen totroshmen tofreshmen
freshmen from two to one The loss was wasmadii wasmad wasniazlu
madii mad up to the freshmen by giving them thema
a single ticket in tho cheering section sectionAs sectlonAs sectionAs
As a result ult of this the cheering section sectionon loctlonon sectionon
on Saturday will be b the biggest ever at a aYaleHarvard lYlIGHnrard aYnloIlarvard
YaleHarvard game gameThe gnmeThe gameThe
The applications for tickets this year yearwere yearwere ear earwere
were about lfCW greater than at the liar Harvard Jlnrnnl liaryard ¬
yard nnl game two years ears ago agoAthlcticN agotllletlcN agottlzletics
AthlcticN to Train nt Snvnnunli SnvnnunliPhiladelphia SaannnliPhllRdelphlll SavannahPhiladelphia
Philadelphia Nov 14 HThe The Athletics will willtrain wl11train willtrain
train next spring at Savannah Ga An Anannouncement Anannouncement Anannouncement
announcement to this effect was RS made to today today today ¬
day following a visit which Secretary SecretaryJohn SecratnryJohn SecretaryJohn
John Shiba and Capt Harry Davis made madeto madeto madeto
to that city cityTHE cityrIlE cityTIlE
THE SOXG OF THE TIiEIIALF HALF BACK BACKIra BAOICIre
Ira taken the am III e aa a I found 1 it itIm it itIm
Im Im bwetel Wek and 1re battered AtietM the Bee MneIve Hae Haelte BeePre
Pre tented and ntewwi ntewwiAa eMd eMdAs
Aa the > stands tad roared aloud aloudWith lkn4dWith tld tldWUk
With music that eemdul nsendadFor scbjjpie scbjjpieFor stlUlnrPor
For its brats far IM The College te battle battleVtth baUIeWW battleWfth
Vtth the Girl there to I aIM iar wHh a IA smJte smJteAnd amlisAnd
And A net tke th grtdlren trife MriIcII Mde MdelstkabcealktmylUe trifeIs
Is lstkabcealktmylUe lstkabcealktmylUeFor UM breatfc el f nqr Mfe MfeFor We WeFor
For Uw Game tad the Old are worth wjiile
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representatives ropresontates at the last lat10w Iowa logisla leglalaturo I Itura
legsla legslaturo
tura turo today todf made mfde formal announcement announcementOf announeoent announeoentof
Of his candidacy for the United Unied States Stte I
SQnate Sonata Attorney Atorey General Byors Byer Lieut Llet
Gov Clark and C F Frank chairman chairmanof I Iof
of the Republican Republcn State committee commite are arealeo aroaleo arc arcalso
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HIUTOPPIimS HIUTOPPIimSARE HILLTOP PLAYERS PLAYERSARi
ARE AR GVEN GIYEN GIYE A f K RESTo REST RESTNo
No o Practice for Georgetown GeorgetownTeam GeorgetovnTeam
Team Yesterday YesterdayAfter
After Saturdays decisive victory over overVirginia overVirginia
Virginia the Georgetown University Unlenly foot football footbal football ¬
ball bal team was given gven an extra ext day lay layoff 1ayor layoff
off or more than the tle usual Sunday Sundayrest Sundayrest Sundayrest
rest following folowing a game gme not because becau the themen themEn
men mEn were In bad condition conditon as s a result of ofthe ottho
the t he game but because Coach Nellsen and andTrainer nd ndTrainor andTrainer
Trainer Qulrlc both thought tlought another day dayof dayof
of Inactivity InactI after nter the past pat two weeks of ofhard ofhard
hard training would work more good than thanovll than thanovl thanovil
ovll ovl Every Ever member of the squad squd who whoparticipated whoparlcplted
participated parlcplted In Saturdays contest came cameout cameout
out of the fray in firstclass frstclass condition conditionwith conditon conditonwih
with wih the exception excepton of Quarter Quater Back Cos Costollo Costelo
tollo telo and Full Back Kelly Ket both of whom whomare whomare whomare
are suffering suterlng with wih slight body boy and leg legbruises legbruises legbruises
bruises which will wi work out during the thenext thenext thenoxt
next few days Both these stars were weregiven weregive
given give treatment teatment by Trainer Tner Quirk yester yesterday yesteJ yesterday ¬
day afternoon aeernoon consisting consistng of a long run runfollowed rn rntoUowed runfollowed
followed by a hard had rub down The other othertwo othertwo othertwo
two cripples Dunn and Walsh Wash who were werea weregreat
a great source soure of anxiety to the George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town coaches last week also took a aworkout aworkout aworkout
workout and two more days should put putthem putthem putthem
them In tiptop condition conditon and able to go gointo goInto goInto
into any game gameHard gameHard gameHard
Hard practice prctce will will again be b Inaugurated Inauguratedthis InluguratM InluguratMthis inauguratedthis
this afternoon atternon by Nellsen Neisen for two more moregames moregame moregames
games game remain reman on the Blue and Gruy Gruyschedule Gruyschedule Grayschedule
schedule which will wi have to be b won be before before before ¬
fore Georgetown Gcrgelwn can cn be said to have havereally havercalyhad
really rcalyhad Jmd had the most successful succctul football footballsoaaon tootbaJ footballseason
season feaeon In her long career careerA carfer carferA careerA
A big question just now will wi be what whatwill w whatwill at atw1
will w1 become of Costello Costelo when Walsh alsh gets getsback get getsback
back bak In the game game It I Is hardly hard probable probablethat probablethat probablethat
that the former Fordham man In the theboat thebot thebest
boat bot of condition conditon could have lave done so somuch somuch
much for Saturdays victory as did this thislittle thislte I
little lte substitute substiute Costello Costelo and his name namewill nanewf nan nanwill i
will wf go down in n the football footbal annals annas of ofGeorgetown orGorratown 01 01Georgetown
Georgetown Gorratown along with wih such notables as asHub a a1flub
Hub Hart lart and ad a host of others othersWith othersWih
With Wih Walsh Wash and fnd Dunn back In tho thogame thogmo tli tligame t
game gmo the Blue and Gray will wi have two for formidable formidable formidable ¬
midable back fielders felders Furey Frey never play played playe playeel ¬
ed e a better beter game ge In his life le and had It Iton I ii
on Todd tho muchheralded muchherlded Southerner Southernerwho Southenr Southenrwho Southernerwho
who it was wa said ald would easily casU outplay the thestocky thetocky thlstocky
stocky half hat of the West Wet End En eleven The Theplaying Theplaying Thcplaying
playing of Kraft Kraf was likewise lkcwle a revela revelaASBITRY revelaton revelation
ton tonABUY tion tionASBURY ASBITRY ABUY BROWNS ROWS ORGANIZE ORGANIZEAiixlotLS ORGAZ ORGAZnxfoW ORGANIZEnxious
AiixlotLS nxfoW nxious to Arrange Football 00t81 Game Gnmeiiwith Gamel Gamelwih Gamewith
wih with Colored high 111 Schools SchoolsThe SchoolsThe Schoo1The
The Asbury Asbur Browns Brwns have organized orgnized orgnizedfootbl organIzedfootball
football footbl team and are anxious axious to t arrange arage aragegme arrang4games
games gme with some of the fast fat colored coloredteams coloredteams colorecteams
teams In or outside the District Distrct The M MStret 3
Street Stret High School Manual Training TrainingSchool Tining TiningShol TraininiSchool
School Shol Howard Howad University Unveriy Peps Preps and andthe andthe ans ansthe
the Annapolis Annapols teams tom are preferred The Thefollowing Thefo Th Thfollowing
following fo 1ng players plaer have been selected for forthe forthe to tothe
the team tea Hopkins 137 13 pounds left end endWest endlet endWest
West let itS pounds left tackle tckle Deapert
172 1 punds pounds left lef guard g rd Collins Colns 170 pounds poundscanter pund poundscenter
center Johnson Johnsn 162 1 pounds right guard guardTaylor gard gardTaylor guardTaylor
Taylor 1 135 pounds right tackle Scott Scot
139 U pounds pund right rght eud otd Brown 128 13 pounds poundsquarter pouns pounsqarter
quarter back bck Jackaon Jac1on 140 pounds punds left lefthalf lefthalC let lethalf t
half back Gatewood 158 16 pounds pound right righthalf rght righbeI I Ib
half b beI f back bak and ad Boss Rss It 142 pounds full fullback tunbck ful fulback
back backTeams bck bckTeams
Teams wanting games gmos write wrte to Daniel DanielDespert Daiel DaielDeprt DanieDespert I
Despert Deprt 452 4 4i 0 street stret northwest northwest northwestAUTOMOBILE northwestAUTOMOBILE
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The Barnard Barnad Motor Qtor Company Compan will wi open opentlielr opentbelr opei a
their new showrooms showroom shoroo Iq Fourteenth Fourteenthtreat Fourteenthstot b
treat stot some time tme next n6t week They intend intendto inten 1
to confine cn ne tile principal part par of their theirbusiness theirbulnos the thebusiness r
business bulnos to auto trucks trucksJ
J H Ebersole Ebeole has recovered from his hisrecent hs hsrent hi hirecent S
recent illness illnessRobertf Ilness
Robert Robrt Martin llartn of the Buick Buic Motor MotorCompany Moto MotoCompany r
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C C E Whltt Whlt formerly with wih Lester Lster D DMoore DMore E EMoore I
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parts pt department deprtment for the Overland Motor MotorCompany MotorCompny Moto r rCompany
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Hmswortb Hsworth a suburb subb jumped mp into a I pond d yester yesterday reC ycatcid N ¬
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Mmierideo 3l eIde Uruguay Ura Nor No U HThe The rebellion fbUin came cameto Cme Cmeto rarr rarrto 0 e
to an m end today with > the unconditional Surrender Surrenderf
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to the te magnanimity tJ It of the te coreromeci 1 t an in I tho thomatter to tomttr I Imatter B
matter of their punishment punishmentLynn
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Lynn L n Mass a Nor No liMiss U Is Ellen F Wetherell Wetherellcandidate WehereL WehereLenldate I i
candidate enldate for the school 6hol board b on o the te Socialist Socialistticket So SOCIa11 SOCIa11ticket 5 1
ticket tckt has h inserted Insrc free fr lunches luoce and an abolition abolitionmilItary bUi o omilitary d dmUar
military mUar drill dl aa plank pn in her platform p1to Mia MiaWcthercHi
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Jamaica Jamaic Long tng Island bla Nor NO 14 HAs As be was n in i the themiddle te temidde 11 a amiddle
middle midde of c his h sermon at last lut erenlnff eenln eyenIn Her It F FZeszth O OZesdi OZ
Zesdi Z pastor ltor of the German Gmn Presbyterian Pres rlan Church Churchsuddenly Churchsudden1Jo Churolsuddenly
suddenly reeled in his hi pulpit and collapsed When Whenmen Whenmen Whe Whemet a
men reached his aIde he was unconscious and died dieda die ii iia d
a few minutes later laterGrwnTille 1aterGreenrlUe laterGreenville
Greenville S 0 C X Nor 14 HDr Dr Henry C McFall McFalla McFallpromineot l la l
a prominent farmer and physician liring near Hen Henderson Hendmol1 Mrs i iderson ¬
derson 8 8 C 0 vra was 14 painfully injured about the faco facoand facoand to toand 0
and bands yesterday r afternoon by an explosion explosionof upl expleelc expleelcof fon fonof 5
of carbide with which he was filling ftl11n 8 tAnk used usedin use
in lighting his residence residenceAnnistcn r tesidmceAnniston idence idenceAnnistCA1
Anniston Ala Not 11 ItOrad itGrady Grady Garrett aped nine nineteen nineteeo ala 0 0teen ¬
teen was burned to death on a slag pile iIe near nearone ntuone vs Sr Srone T
one of the large furnaces here He was a watch watchman watchman wat 1 1alan L ¬
man for the LoulsTille and Nashiille Railroad and a id d
it itfa is hollered that when he sought ht a warm place placeto lueto pie re reto 8
to sleep he was asphyxiated asphyxiatedNew aspllIxlatrdNnr
New York Nor It UPctu Peter Lillian who wroU wroUa wrotthreatening tern terna Is 4
a threatening letter to John D Rockefeller de demanding de deDW1dln d dmending ¬
mending DW1dln 50000 50000 has been held In 1000 1000 hail for forthe forthe f fthe E
the grand jury The prisoner laid be wrote the the1etter 11 g
letter because he had no home and wanted to tobe tobe LLSbe o
be arrested A1T that ha might hare shelter shelterDannstadt shelterDarznstidt hcltnDnrut
Dannstadt Dnrut dt Germany Nor Ii UPrlnaJ Prince Henry of ofPrussia orPrussia ofPrussia
Prussia made several flights alone in a It military militaryatroplane miUtUurop1ane millie millieaeroplane
atroplane today t < Prince Henry has been deroting derotingconsiderable derotlngconsiderable deroth derothconsidnuble g
considerable time to leading to perform on the themachine themachine 51 e emachine
machine and his fights today indicate that he I lie e
has made rapid pfd progress In acquiring the art of ofcontrol ofcontroL ofcontroL
control controlGreenTllle controLGreroTUle controLGreenrille
GreenTllle ft S C c Nor 14 UA A white farmer named mm 54 i
Wflbuf hiring near Townrille Anderson County Countywas Countywas Count Countvu
was arrested Saturday night for some minor mis ml mldemeanor ¬
demeanor und nd placed In the Tillage lockup Some Sometune See is istime i
time during the night he s net t fire to the building buildingwhich bulldl11gwbleb 1AZUdI is isr3
which burned to the ground rm cremating its solitary solitaryoccupant aoIIwroccupanL noIRe noIReocespant r3
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Richmond Va Nov 14 HThe The death of ofAndrew atAndrew f fAndrew
Andrew W W Tyree aged aged sixtyseven sixtysevenyears slxty slxtyseveyears seven sevenyears
years a printer of the old school and andConfederate a aConfederate
Confederate veteran occurred shortly shortlyafter shortlyatter shortl shortlafter y
after midnight tonight He was widely widelyknown widelyknown wid l lknown
known in typographical circles and well wellversed wetversedtn we weversed J
versed versedtn in Virginia history He is BUr survived BUr1ved an N Nis ¬
vived 1ved by his second wife wifewho who was Miss MissHattie MissHattie Mis MisHattie is
Hattie Tiller of Richmond and six chil children children clii ¬
dren His first wife was Miss Sallle SallleBetty SallieDett Sail SailBetty Ic e
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FOR BOP ISSUE ISSUECitizens ISSUECitizens ISSUECitizens
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Service Commission CommissionDeclaring CommissionDeclaring CommissionDeclarIng
Declaring for two public improvements improvementsof
of farreaching Importance to the Dis Dlstrlct DistrIct Disrict
trlct trIct t the Brightwood Park Association Associationheld Associationheld Associationheld
held an important Import nt meeting last night nightwith nightwIth nightwIth
with President Adolph Van Heuth in the thechair thechair thechair
chair chairThe chairThe chairThe
The bond issue advooatod by Engineer EngineerCommissioner EnglnoerCommissioner EngineerCommissioner
Commissioner Judson was given an un unqualified unquaUtlcd unqualified
qualified Indorsement Indorso ent by the association associationLuther assoolatfonLuther associationLuther
Luther E Gibson introduced resolutions resolutionscommending resolutionscommending resolutionscommending
commending the scheme and they were wereadopted wereadopted wereadopted
adopted by unanimous vote ote The bond bondissue bondIssue bondssue
issue I ssue Is proposed for the payment of the theextraordinary theextraordinary theextraordinary
extraordinary Improvements of the Dis Distrtct DIstrtct Dierict
trtct trtct t rict which should not rightly be allotted allottedto
to current expenses expensesRegarding expensesRegarding expensesRegarding
Regarding the plan to create a public publicservice pubUcservice publicservice
service commission in the District the theassociation theassociation theassociation
association took the stand that th th pres present present present
ent Board of Commissioners should be in investetLwIth invested Invested
vestetLwIth vested with the power of regulating and andcontrtJulng andconttf andcontring
contrtJulng conttf lng the public service corporations corporationsof
of the District DistrictThe DistrictThe DistrictThe
The Brjghtwood BrlSht OOd Park Association was wasorganized wasorganized wasorganized
organized to pay more especial interest interestto Interestto
to the Interests of the Brlghtwood dis distrlct district distrlct
trlct trict since it was recognized that the theBrfghtwood theBrfghtwood theBrfghtwood
Brfghtwood Park Citizens Association Associationwas AssoclatJonwas AssociationIas
was giving more attention to the interests interestsof Interestsot
of the entire District than to its partlcu partlculax partlcular particuhtt
lax section Recently however this atti attitude a1tJtude attltude
tude has been reversed since the older olderorganization olderorganization olderorganization
organization Is now exploiting almost ex exclustvely exclustvely cxclusively
clustvely the interests of Brlghtwood BrlghtwoodLEAGUE BriglitwoodLE4GUE
LEAGUE LE4GUE OPENS OPENS OPENTKIJRSDAY OPENTKIJRSDAYCarroll THURSDAY THURSDAYCarr01l
Carroll and Y 31 1 C A Quintal Will AV111Meet WillMeet 111 111lfeet
Meet lfeetThe MeetThe
The first basketball game in the Wash Washington WashIngton Washngton ¬
ington i ngton City Basketball League and the thefirst thefirst
first game of any Importance In this city cityso cityso
so far this year will b 1 pulled off Thurs Thursday Thursda Thursday
day da the 17th at S p ML JA at Carroll In InsUtute Institute
stltute when the Institute boys Hue 11 11against Raeagainst yp ypagainst
against the crack Y M C A A team last lastyears lastyears lastyears
years champions championsThe chamvlonsThe 0 0The
The suspension of Kelllher has forced forcedProto forcedProf
Prof Proto Joyce to shift his lineup somewnat somewnatmoving somewhatmoving
moving McCarthy from forward to center centerand eenterand centerand
and placing Coleman in forward The Thetenms Theteams
teams will line up as follows followsCarroll followsCarroll followsCarroll
Carroll Institute InstituteCrogan Crogan and Coleman Colmnnforwards Colemanforwards
forwards McCarthy center and Hurley Hurleyan Harleyand
and an Glovannoni guards guardsY guardsY
Y M C AMiller and Frazer for forwards torwards forwards
wards Thornton center and an Hoppo and andYalke andaWe
Valke aWe guards guardsAU guardsAll
AH teams desiring games with the Car Carroll Carroil
roll Institute team address J 1 J Hurley lIurle HurleyK
M K street northwest who is aotlng as asmanager asmanncr asmanager
manager in place of Ed Beaulac whose whoseresignation whoseresignation
resignation has not n as yet been accepted acceptedPrize acceptedPrizes
Prizes to Corn Growers GroweIllCulpeper GrowersCulpeper
Culpeper Va Nov It nThe The Boys Corn CornClub CornClub CornClub
Club of this county met here this after afternoon afternoon afternoon
noon and prizes were awarded for both bothquality bothquality
quality and acreage The first prize of
J5Q 0 was vas won on by John Freeman and the thesecond thesecond
second prize of 35 35 went to Charles Bolen BolenPrizes foleyPrizes BolenPrizes
Prizes for best bread were given to toMisses toMisses toMisses
Misses Bartow and Bolden BoldenNobel BoldenNobel
Nobel Prize Awarded AwardeClStockholm ArtardcdStockholm
Stockholm Nov 14 14The The Nobel prize prizefor prlz prlzfor prizefor
for chemistry has been awarded to Prof ProfOtto Pro ProOtto ProOtto
Otto Wallach of the University of Got Gottlngen Gottlngen Gottingen
tlngen
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