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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1913.
On Past Performances Virginia Should Win From Georgetown
0, U. CHANCES
On Past Performances, Vir
ginia Is Picked to Win
PLAYS UNDER COVER
Georgetown Sore to Uncork New At
tack, bat Can Team Stop Rivals,
It the Question.
By WILLIAM PfcET.
With the Virginia-Georgetown game
only five dajs away, football enthusiasts
of the District are more or less up in the
air as to what the answer will be.
Georgetown Is admittedly weaker than
at any time during the last three years,
nhlle Virginia appears to have one of Its
old-time versatile, powerful machines.
Hilltop undergraduates, plavers. and
many Washington sympathizers are con
fident that a surprise Is to be sprung
"When the ancient rivals .meet In the an
nual clash next Saturday.
Why all this confidence? Has George
town something up Its sleeve?
A glance at Georgetown's showing thus
far falls to chow any legitimate claim for
a victory over Virginia.
That the Hllltoppers have something
up their sleeve probably Is more or less
true. Wise coaches like Gargan and
Hart would not use the simple offense
'which the team has worked during prior
Georgetown will go into the Virginia
game equipped with plays which have
never been uncorked, except in practice
and behind closed gates.
So much for the offense. How about
stopping those fellows from Charlottes
ville? Will Georgetown be able to hold
Saturday's game against West Virginia
saw an unknown, small college eleven
pull off forward passes as old as the
lulls, plays tried first by Gen Warner,
of the Indians, and then discarded.
If Wesleyan could make the Hllltoppers
look bad. what will Virginia do next
Georgetown men make the assertion
that the team always fights harder
against 'Virginia than any other oppo
nent, and that with the addlt'on of Dunn
and Fury In the back field there exists
an even chance for victory.
There is a chance for Georgetown to
win, but the writer believes It Is only
a remote one, still there Is no telling
what may happen during the next few
days. A mighty brace must be taken.
On past performances this season
Georgetown is doomed to be beaten by
Virginia, and It will be a big upset In
dope if any other result is obtained.
Tale's good showing against Brown
Saturday has given the followers of the
New Haen colleaglans fresh hope that
uhen the Princeton Tigers are tackled
rext Saturday, the Bulldog has a chance
Those who witnessed the Harvard-
Princeton game are of the opinion that
Harvard should have uon by u more de- I
cisKe score. I
The chances are that Princeton will
And the wearers of the blue a worthy
fee and this game should be one of the
most interesting of the 1911 football sea
Glen S Warner, coach of the Carlisle
Indian School's football team, was re
quested to pick an all-time Carlisle team.
The eleven that he selected Is undoubted
ly about as strong a team as could be
picked by any Institution. It follows:
Ends; Albert Exendine. and Edward
Rodgers: tackles. Martin "Wheelock and
Emil Wauseka. guards, Bemls Pierce
and Charles Dillon, center. William Gar.
lowe. quarter back. James Johnson; half
backs, James Thorpe and Joseph Guyon;
full back. Peter Houser.
Uonlilr-lleadrr at Vlcllnnt l'nrk
Called Oft Owlnc to Bad Feld.
Owing to the bad condition of the field
at Vigilant Park yesterday, the games
between the Vigilant eleven and the
TJ. U. S. Relna Mercedes and the Seamen
Gunners, and the Post team of the
Washington Barracks were called off.
and in all probability this double bill
will be the attraction next Sunday.
The sailors from Annapolis made their
appearance, as also did the local Army
and Navy teams, but after a few minutes
of wrangling the managers of the four
clubs decided to postpone the games.
GAME CALLED OFF.
Claremlon-TVntlonnl Contest Post,
Owing to the bad condition of the field
the game between the National A. C.
and the Clarendon A. C. the game was
These same two teams may play next
Sunday or the Nationals will probable
meet the crack Relna Mercldes, of
The Nationals will start practice Tues
day night for Sunday's game.
BOWHNG BATHES TONIGHT.
Jtiuoail Capttxl Leaioe-CHmbers ts. palace.
District lVensne-SneimaBa ts. Toledo. Coral Al
len. OstaxrtU Leacne Bndolph A Wot ts. Tolmio
Lum&r. Palace Alicia.
Arcade Lesme Immune! n. Anzrles, Arcsds Al
io. llenantfla Lesroe Xander ts. District KsUonsl
Bant. Areao ADeTs.
u Tard Learn -OeLutahry Vomit ts. Cut
Gen Ebon, Capitol Allen.
Tomhul tt. B. T. M. O. A. Uapie-Anditor
n. Bnop, Union station Allen.
X. SL C. A. Dnekpin Learne Wachoett ts.
"www, Associauon AUeja.
Wtmdnitrr lom-Bln n. Efdi vvh . I
Oiras, Ptlm Alkn. I
50c to $5-
and -All Sizes
Louis Hirsh Nine
Harvard's Win Over Prince
ton by Such Small Mar
gin Upsets Dope.
ATTACK WAS BRILLIANT
New Jersey Collegians Put Up Strong
' Offensive Game Against the
Br TOM CAMPHEf.L.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 9. Harvard's
victory over Prlnceton'by such a scant
margin surprised a number of knowing
ones who have been reading about the
unbeatable Harvard team. The team Is
good and is capable of showing much bet
ter football than It did yesterday, but it
Is not an unbeatable eleven by any
What might have happened on a dry
field is merely a matter for conjecture,
but every Harvard man must know the
team has been overrated.
Princeton has one of the best teams of
recent jears. and to my mind Is better
even than the 1911 team, which is cred
ited with the championship.
The way Princeton has come since the
.Dartmouth game Is a, rev elation, and If
the next week shows Improvements as
the last has well. I'm glad its Tale
rather than Harvard next week.
Hare Strong Attack..
The Princeton attack was fast and be
wildering, and If It were not for the mag
nificent defensive work of Bradlee. the
game would probably have been a differ
In Ballln and Phillips. Princeton has
two of the best tackles of the year. They
are strong, aggressive men. with a keen
football sense, and developed most of the
Harvard plays very quickly. Both did
most of the tackling down the field, and
on a dry day might have caused trouble
for the brilliant Mahan.
Capt. "Hobey" Baker played the best
game of his career, and while not to
brilliant as Brickley he threatened again
and again to pull the game from the
His running from close attacks has Ira
proved 50 per cent ov er last year, and on
a dry field he will cause a lot of trouble.
Last v ear he dodeed his wav alone the
"line of scrimmage for an opening, and
therefore was often stopped behind the
line, lesterday he relied on his speed
to get him to the line, and then he broke
ror the open.
Had the field been dry, what a pretty
contest In running back kicks between
Mahan and the Tiger captain! It would
be almost too much excitement lor a
d ed-ln-the-wool (an to survive.
Princeton. N. J- Nov. 9. There Is
gloom in Princeton today, and bank
ruptcy. The Tiger spirits aro damper
than the field that brought them their
defeat yesterday. Celebrations which
were scheduled for last night either
did not come off or assumed a pathetic
nature. There Is no relief in the fact
that Princeton is conceded universally
to have displaced every whit as well
as the Crimson, and In several depart
ments of the game to have had the
Jump on the rivals. The score is there,
3 to 0, In big letters for all who run
In the face of It there are no occa
sions or consolations. None will be
offered. Frank Click. "Buz" Law. and
Ballln, were the toasts in Jungletown
last night. These men put every ounce
of Ingenuity and vitality they pos
sessed Into the contest and starred
from the kick off to the final whistle.
Coaches Andrews and Bluthenthal
have taken the Tiger team of twenty
men to Atlantic City over today for a
change of air. They return tomorrow
and begin the week's preparation for
BARNEY DREYFUS PLANS
NEW BASEBALL SCHEDULE
Pittsburg Magnate Would Have Amer
ican and National Leaguers
Pittsburch. Pa.. Nov. 9 Since Barney
Drevfus has started mapping out bis
latest Ideas of a new schedule system, tne
magnates appear to be getting busy with
various schemes by which ther nope to
better the method of matching the clubs
in the annual pennant races. Ban John
son would have three leading teams In
each circuit come together In a post-season
series. The general idea, of course. Is
to keep up the Interest among the fans,
until the regular campaign la closed.
The Pittsburgher s plan, however, seems
to meet with much encouragement. By
playing the first, second and third teams
In the National League, against the
American clubs that finish the regular
camDalgn In similar positions, the public
would have an opportunity to look over
the best players of the year. On the other
hand, the ten clubs that were not so for
tunate, would have no chance to partici
pate in a little added attraction that
should rightfully Include the entire ma
jor league family. President Dreyfus
proposes to have every team In a brief
post-season competition, and It appears
that the experiment would be well worth
Hoppr WIIIIuc to Go to France!
Willie Hoppe savs he Is willing to go to
France to play a billiard series with
Flrmln CasslgnoL provided the French
man's backers 'will make satisfactory
terms, but the world's champion declares
the reoort that a match has already been
made Is premature.
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Probably not since the Johnson-Jeffries meeting of historic memory has the whole country watched a pugilistic
battle's preparations with the Interest which surrounds the maiehlne of Willie Kltchle and Leach Cross, who are to
box ten rounds for the light-weight
ha entirely recovered from his broken rib, he declares, and both scrappers are certain they are on edge for the
effort of their lives. When the two fighters shake hands In the squared circle they will have overcome several
mountain ridges of difficulties which would block ordinary battles. Twice the bout has been postponed, both times
on account of the misfortunes of Cross. Ritchie has received favorable comment everywhere for his neglect to
collect the forfeit money. He has shown himself game through and through. He Is certainly anxious to meet the
Basket-ball Tossers Wrestling
With the New Playing Rules
Basket-ball coaches and players now
are giving attention to the new rules
for the coming season, which will open
with the closing of football. A number
of Important changes have been made,
and they promise to make the game
cleaner and safer than ever. The prac
tice of holding a man or catching the
ball when It Is put Into play is to be
eliminated. Basket-ball authorities for
several years have watched the .ten
dency of teams In engaging the tallest
man they could find to play center. If
the opposing side had a smaller man.
the giant frequently would Jump up
and grab the ball and throw It to his
men instead of hitting It with the one
hand. Numerous complaints were made
against such tactics, but as the rules
did not clearly define the point, no action
was taken by the referee. Now that
there is such a rule It win be strictly
enforced. The new rule also Is so worded
that the center men must face the basket
for which they are playing and not
Another Important change, and one
which wiU prevent any future disputes
when the ball goes out of bounds and
Is returned. Is this: The man on the
outside of 'the line must be given a
chance for a free throw. His opponent
must stand on the inside of the line
and Is not allowed to touch the plaver
returning the ball.
7T7HIOBS LAUD GAME.
Vigilant Youngsters Capture Game
front Cardinal Midgets.
The Vigilant Juniors added another link
to Its unbroken chain of victories, when
it defeated the Cardinal Midgets yester
day afternoon at Vigilant Park by the
score of 7 to 0. The Midgets put up a
stubborn defense throughout the entire
game, and It was only through the block
ing of a punt behind Its goal lme that
a touchdown was made by Veddlng.
The score, no doubt, would have been
much larger had the field been In good
condition, which proved a handicap to
The playing of Hayden, Ralson, and G.
Pohl for the Midgets, and V. Jarvls, Met-
zel. and .Miller for the Vigilant Juniors
was the features. The line-up and sum
MIDGETS. Fsutkn. JUM0B3.
Huncl I K... Tjto
Crertan U T........ ......... lllowood
NoUn -.. U O.................... oiircri
8 Pohl .......Crater Nfddlm
Cook IL !..... .............. Ouisiqr
It- K W. Jarrli
Itiboa .............. Q. U Illilr
)!ltn U H. ............. ...... HtUH
Ilonell R. H ...C Jirrts
Qulnn K. D UIIIct
Sutetmrtfoiu-CoiUIlo for Grinder. Toochdmrrj
titdime. Goal from JoocWowtt Metzd. ltcfcree
Mr. J. OUitrt- Umitte-ur, Urubam. Had Unr
mia Mr. Tajlor. Linemen Unarm. Kent and Car-
anansb. Timekeeper Sir. Emmet Keller. Time of
period U mlsaiei,
ALUMNI TEAM WINS.
Defeats Active Member of Delta
Sigma Xs by IS to O Score.
Tbe Washington Alumni Association of
Delta Sigma Nu defeated the acUv e chap
ter of the same fraternity In an Interest
ing game of football at Brentwood, Md.,
yesterday afternoon, 12 to 6. Corwln
starred for the aluranU, while Harrison
and Lockwood featured for the actives.
The line-up and summary:
imvrA PmlfLrm ar.mrvt
Dnm ..............U. K Ilobno
- it- T. .......... MrKemua
.... R- II lnvA
Maeaoley .H..H..H.Cenrer......M..H, Colons
Tarlor .... ...-..U JI.M.. Bttwttt
iariiBZ .................u T......... Atxra
WmTTockwoo.1 ..U K..... O'Maboner
Harrtea ,.. O. B .. R. Saonders
Moon- ............R. H. , Bock
le Pro .ba,.....,& Hilue.
'. LoctooJ..........lVls............ coma
ToDendowna CDnrln CD. D. Twnl. IMm.
Mr. Walker. Satr. Umpire-Mr. GjJIoit. UUth.
ucaa nnenun uc jnompaoo, ueorajs vvaaeinstoo.
READY FOR THE BATTLE.
WILLIE RITCHIE AD LEACH CROSS
championship of the world In Madison Square Garden tonight. Cross
. Center men must face their
Center men not allowed to
catch ball; must hit It with hand.
Ball out of bounds If man'over
runs line and falls to withdraw
Plaver returning ball out of
bounds must be given a free
Ball shall be held by the hands
only. If any other part of body
Is used It Is a foul.
A player also "shall not advance with
the ball across the boundary line with
either one or both feet." No action
will be taken If he Immediately with
draws the foot that Is over the line,
but If he does not "withdraw tbe foot
that Is over the line, or carries the
foot that Is Inside the field of nlav
to the floor on the outside, thus having
oom leet outside, the call shall be given
to an opponent out of bounds." It will
be up to the referee -o make the de
cision. PIEDMONTS EASY WTNNEBS.
Colston, rickles, and Costa Star In
Win Over Stantnns.
In a steady downpour of rain and on
a field a foot deep In water In some
places, the Piedmonts defeated the
Stanton A. C 31 to 0 yesterday at Na
tional Park. Although gTeatly out
weighed, outslugged. and outplayed,
tbe losers were not outgamed, as they
fought hard all the way, never letting
up for a minute. "Hogey" Colston, for
the Piedmonts, played the star game of
the day, breaking through time and
time again and nailing the man with
the ball in his tracks, besides opening
up big- holes In the opposing line every
I time a play was directed through him.
-apt. icicles also piayea a good game,
as did Costa, (he heady little quarter
back. Tor the losers Ganz and Long
henry played best, the formers, getting
every man attempting to circle his end.
Line-up and summary:
PIEDMONTS. rodtkm. STANTON A Q
Pickle (nrt-)..........L. H. Gana
Country Kid. ...L.T Prcknam
Gardiner L. G Qorglej
M. Colston ......... O ............... Doracy
Krne ..................R.G Doim
Wintm K.T........ Lrnca
Gerard! .....It. K Cricin
U . O. B M. IrcU
Kersnaon L. II. n. .......... BittenVrJdtT
ltnro .......B. IU B Brooka
Uosbet i r.B. ..Locabrarj leapt.)
Bnbatitntkxu-Zenzi for Whiten. Montana for
Genudl. Walla for Gardiner. Lame Jo for CmU.
Touchdown-Costa O. Gerard!. Ferzmna, B. Col
ston. Goal from toucbdown Hashes. Goala miss
ed Cocta. Ecseo, Husoes, Fersnson. Referee
Mr. Remolds, N. A a UmpireMr. Gamaa. N.
A C. Head lineman Mr. Reed. Linesmen
Messrs Svas and Dunn. Timekeeper Mr. O'Con
nor. Scorer Mr. Kejea, Tim of period 10 mln-
EESEUVE TEAM WINS.
The Eastern High School Reserves were
defetated by the Eastern Sophomores
yesterday, C to 0. The features of "the
game was the playing of Boteler, 11c
Aullffe. Baldwin, and Bagby. The line
up and summary:
tUSBRVZa. Position. 8OP110U0RE3.
HJI Gttes...'U.....R. K. Roper
Hnestla .....M.M.......Il. T....M........... Snmmera
Mandi ....,.......-..!. U......... ........ Urares
barer .HH .....Gente; .......... Maler
Kejea ...... .......U K........... MeAnllB
Koontl H,jH.,....HM.UT..........,.,.M Jansoher
bunrarf M............U. O.... Bnrkman
Brooke ............ll. ....-......... Botel-r
"ilrla .............It B........... . Bisjiy
Hnut ........... .....UB............iJX Gates
Kteta .. F.U............... Baldwin
Toochdown-Boteler. Goal missed Boeder. Bcf-
tree Mc Brown, Eastern. Umpire-Mr. Palater,
Uoannke. TImJ Unman Mr. tjmn- Tlnmiia
Jlnsn.. Gracv and Dssn. Ibaa fit nnsrtera-1 sad I
It didn't rain at Georgetown Field
Saturday, but It might Just have weU
Scout Mike Kahoe. of the Nationals.
Is a football fan. He went to Annapolis
Saturday, saw the Middles In action, and
reported that all the Bailors had good
Bill MartiQ, the Georgetown end, has
a new nose. One of the Indians scattered
Billy's former proboscis all over his face.
Vic Guana says he knows Walker
couison. captain of the Piedmonts, Is a
good football player because Coulson told
Now for Virginia. Get together, boys.
Wrestler Gotch has retired again. He
will not come out of hiding until some
promoter nangs up a suitable purse.
Although a nickname. Pcnnsv atn
dents cannot see where the Dartmouth
should be called "Green."
It Is now appropriate to bet a "tener"
as to whether he win or won't be
anybody seen BUI Forsythe
SEEN ONLY IN DREAMS.
A soundless soup spoon.
An honest wrestler.
A punter at Central High School.
A printer who does not drink.
BIU Foley without an alibi.
Anybody In Charlottesville who thinks
Georgetown win beat Virginia.
OuJ: at Howard University they have
an end rusher who stands 6 feet 7 Inches
and pulls down forward passes out of the
Business plays Central Tuesday. It
Is said that the O Streeters need a good
kicker. Griff might lend them "Chick"
Gandll, If "Chick" Is In a batting slump
at the present.
We refuse to publish the names of
certain members of our set who were not
In church yesterday. ,
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formeriT maattr meeunK ror oicuoar vb,
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SPARTAN TEAM WINS
FROM PASTIME CLUB
Fait SoBtnwest Eltrrea Tnau Ckbaea
k Easy Fatkles on MbJJt Grid
iron by 21 to 6 Scare.
On a slippery field the undefeated Spar
tan Athletic Club defeated the heavy
Pastime eleven yesterday by the score
of a to 0. Owing to the wet field
tbe game was rather slow and many
fumbles resulted. Beyer's playing was
easily the feature of the-contest, his line
playing and defensive, work being of very
The Spartans tallied In the first period
when Koogle grabbed a forward pass and
ran twenty-five yards for a touchdown.
O'Leary did good work throughout the
game, as did Neuland and Lanahay. B.
Hsyden and Carey played the best game
for the losers.
Next Sunday the Spartans play the
National Athletic Club for the champion
ship of the District.
line-up and summary:
BPARTAN8. Position. PASmiK).
Ltsdaar .................L. K...... ...... ........ Bonar
Tajlor L. T. -J Hardie
StrotU U G........ ........ Bnmpbrr
Nenlsnd Center.............. SchUt
Haasstt ................ It. -...J. Harden
Lsnahan R-T LelaUer
Kocwj U. F-... Carer
unrweii ...M..,... ...u n xjonono
BtTtr ...., U B F. Hard!
Montffomerr ........ .B. B... Bnms
OXesrj ..............P. B................B. Harden
BubstltuMoos-BsbUtt for Lindsar. Touchdowns
Kootfa, Bersr. CantweU. Goals from touchdowns
Titoland (3). . Referee Mr. Hennare, 8. A. C
Head Barman Mr. Crosweu, C. H. 8. Linesmen
Messrs. Wasamaa snd Gray. Tlmekeepjer Mr.
Orrlrfc. Tlma of periods 10 minute.
WHITE SOX BATTLE
GIANTS TO A TIE, 7-7
Chicago Outfit Pound "Jeff" Tesreau
for Six Rons Darkness
Los Angeles. Nov. 9. The Giants piled
up a six-run lead In the first four innings
of their game with the White Sox this
afternoon, but the Chlcagoans found
Tesreau In the seventh Inning for three
runs andi came back In the eighth for
three more, enough to tie up the score.
Neither side scored In the ninth, when
the game was called en account of dark.
ness. leaving the count seven all.
Leverenz, for the Sox, lasted only five
Innings, being batted hard and freely.
Faber, who relieved htm, allowed but
one more run. Score:
Whit Box .............. 00001033 0-7
(Called on account of darkness.)
Batteries Tearraa and Wlnto. Lererenx. Faber,
Schatt. and Daler. Umpires Messrs. Klem snd
RITCHIE AND CROSS
TO FIGHT TONIGHT
Big Battle for Light-Weight Champion
ship Slated at Madison
New York. Nov. 9. Wllste Ritchie, of
California, and Leach Cross, of the
Bowery, will meet tomorrow night at
Madison Square Garden Inn a ten-round
bout for the light-weight championship
of the world. The men are to weigh In
at 133 pounds at 9 p. m.. and enter the
ring one hour later. Both claim to be
In tip top condition.
Each has posted 31.000 to guarantee
weight and appearance. They will box
for E5 per cent of the receipts. Billy
John will referee the bout. The kidney
punch and hitting In the breaks will be
barred, under the rules of the State
The betting is at even money, although
Cross Is not regarded as the best of the
light-weight challengers. Leach, however.
makes up in craft what he lacks in
skill, and has a deadly punch when he
manages to land. This will be Ritchie's
first appearance In a local ring. He is
five years younger than Cross and half
an inch taller. Cross has figured In some
300 battles since 190S, while Ritchie has
participated In less than twenty-five
regular scraps for money.
BACIN& CAED FOE TODAY.
FIRST RACE Maiden two-resr-olda: six turlonxs.
Under Corer. 112; Trampsrencr. US: Canto. 113;
Mxadoo. IB: Stasis Raj. 113; Sit Cakdore. 113:
Worstdalr. IK: Maicaret Mese. 112: Fiatbash. 112;
Vonns Emblem. 112; J. J. UUia, 113; Hlzh Frisat,
112: JraiL 113: Bon Doc 112: Stellat. IE.
8EC0ND RACE Thrce-resrolds snd upward: six
farlonss. Kewess. 119; Wster Welles. 113: fro-
gTesslTe, 113; Cbensnlt, 113; Tartar, 110; Geaesta,
110: Beiamonr. IK; Lace. 110; Adams Express, 111;
Sickle. 113: Jo KaiiM. US. Tartar snd Genesis.
THIRD RACE Two-Tesroldst six fnrionjj.
Armament. 112: Slnfle Stick. 110; BDdar. 109; Ash
Can. 109; Warlock. KM; Balfron. M; Mater. IB;
Executor. U: Spearhead. 112; Humiliation. KO.
Wsrlocfc snd Balfron, PressTsre entrr. Mster snd
Executor. Parr entrr. Spearhead and Humiliation.
FOURTH RACE Handicap: steeplechase: thras-
resr-olas snd upward; two miles. Ballr Bay. IIS
Sroaset. 10: SajxJbcc lO: Colonetts. U0: Re
pentant, no; promoter, u?; Astute, in; Annnce.
13. Golden Vale. 130.
FUTH BACK-Selunx; handicap: Urew-resr-oVis
snd upward; on and serentr Tarda. Strfdil. 100;
O D Boater. K: Lad of Langden. W: Michael
Angtlo. 56; Matt Easr, 106; Bonucrest, IM; Master
Jim, ft; Bsldemaa. 101; Fairy Godmother. VK;
ueaca nana, as; 4. tu aaouynrnn. u; Alans ursex.
I: Ll it. Ectert. VL
SIXTH BACE-SeBins; handicap: three-TesrilJa
and nnwaxd: mile. Rlrht Eaio-. IN: BIsnda. tt-
Attertlow. 101: Sprint Maid, S3; EH Grans, It;
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ARE TO FEATURE
Seven Different Countries Will
Be Represented in Big
International Show. .
MANY HURDLERS LISTED
Edward B. McLean ta Hare Large
String from Broadview Farm
in AH Event.
New TorV, Nov. 9. The international
Jumping competitions this year at the
Annual Horse Show will be the best
since these competitions were started in
1509. No less than seven countries will
bo represented In these competitions and
as the conditions require that the officers
shall ride In the uniform of their own
country the scenes In the ring will be
very attractive. This year Russia and
Norway are to take part In these events
with England, France. Belgium, Canada,
and the United States.
Belgium had entered but on account
of the illness of Lieut. George Dennis the
entries were cancelled. Since then, how
ever, another team to represent Belgium
has been arranged and the horses are
now on their way across the ocean on
the steamship Noordam, which Is due
France has sent three officers and six
horses. Lieut. Marquis D'Orgelx brings
three horse, Romso. Saragosse. and
Furet, Lieut. De Laessardieres brings
Vigilante and Othello, and Lieut. Baron
de Meslon, of the First Culrassleres.
brings Amaxone. The last named officer
rode here two years ago.
Canadian Team Entered.
The Canadian team has not jet been
selected. Several Canadians have en
tered and will compete In many of tha
Jumping events. Capt. TV. T. Rodden
has mado the largest number of entries
for Canada and his horses are Outpost,
Sarah Moore. Lord MInto. King Cole,
and Billy. The others on the team will
be named some time this week.
The United States team has not been
ramed yet. CoL Henry T. Allen has
charge of this. The entries of a number
ot horses and the names of the officers
to ride them Lave been received by
Secretary Hyde and It is expected that
this week a definite announcement will
be made of those who are to represent
British Entries Good.
The British team Is' CoL P. A. Kenna.
V. C. with Harmony. Deliberation, and
Cherie: MaJ. M. F. McTaggart with
Ozone and Surprise, and Capt. R. M.
Stuart Richardson with Dan and Lena,
and Clonstna, A brief study of the
records of these foreign horses show
that the officers representing this
country have some- hard work cut out
for them. They have, however, been
preparing specially for this show, and
their horses are much better than those
shown iu former years.
Entries In all classes have been sent
In liberally, and the support given to
the harness, roadster, and saddle horse
classes are much better than last year.
In the harness classes there are many
new exhibitors, and these have collected
many new horses so that the old favor
ites will not have the easy times they
have had formerly, but will have to show
at their best to win.
President Alfred G. Vsnderbtlt ha'
entered liberally, and will send eleven
horses from his Oakland farm.
McLeaa Horse Entered.
Edward B. McLean has entered his
string In the name of the Broadview
Farm. He has entered In all fourteen
horses. Among these are Nala, Lady
Dllham, Elephant DUham. and some
Robert Coane. of Philadelphia, Is a
new exhibitor in the roadster class. These
classes have attracted well. E. T.
Stotesbury has entered Ruby and Lasca.
H. N. Bain and J. R. Peak & Son have
entered liberally In the trotting, breed
ing, and roadster classes.
The saddle horse classes have filled this
year better than ever. It seems as if the
women have arrived to outdo the men
with saddle horses and many new ex
hibitors have come to the front. Miss
Hopeton D. Atterbury has entered Nickel
Plate. Patricia, and her new gray. Quick
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