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If You Want One of These Winter
Suits orOveroosts to Measure for
Fifty patterns of each
went an sale yesterday
morning at 8 o'clock, and
if you want a stylish win
ter suit or overcoat at less
than the price of ready
made clothing you had
better order today. There
won't be any more at this
price. Choice of blues.
blacks, grays, and rough
English mixtures - every
one of them bought to sell
for $18.50. The fabrics are pure wool and the dye is guaran
teed. The earlier you get here the greater variety of patterns
you'll have to choose from. It is well worth while to drop
whatever you are-doing and come up here NOW.
611 Seventh St. N. W.
Georgetown Will Battle
Bucknell. Eleven Today
Ti i:s last Saturday football game orlis in a crippled condition It Is hoped
the se.on today Georgetown will have that Rogers will be able to take him place
as its opponenti Bucknell College from'at halfback for a time, but will give way
Lewisburg. Pa. A hard game is looked to some of the othen men before the
forward to by the Hilltoppers as this game has gone very far.
isg eienen ffbm the Keycttone State Ish
coe of the beat that has visited here this oGallaudet is makin the trip to New
scAO!. Thea game will be called at 2:30.hYork today to play Fordham, and on
c~uck sharp and the best officials iform should do well if they hold the
I he South have been secured to handle Gothamite to a small sore. Coach
the contest. Ellis hopes to have his full line-up In
Bucknell has a creditable record being I the game which he has not been able to
"'Ie of the- best drilled elevens in do for some time past as many of hisi,
Pennsylvania. Coach 0. W. Johnson has men have been on the hospital list.
biea handling the team for several years
and is considered one of the best in his Mg
1i. in the eastern part of Pennsylvania.'
(ant. Peale. the tackle, is one of the I
ht nen to be seen her this year and FOR MARYLAND
will lead his team in the battle toda)._
Bl:ucknell played Ursinus and was
I .aten a short time ago, yet when' Baltimore. Md.. Nov. 23.-At least one
''rins came down here the best it and probably two race tracks are to be
> >u ia.t was a tie with George Wash- added to the four now operating in Mary
in:ton. It looks as if Georgetown should land. Al Herford. stock broker and for
-. bu: it will have a hard fought mer boxing promoter, who operated the
.:me on its hands. half-mile track at Marlboro, will secure
The Georgetown student body will be sanction from the Baltimore County Rae
.u ianI to cheer the team to victory ing Commission for a track near Chases,
and will make things merry for thelon the Philadelphia road.
rowd. Several new cheers have been re- There is talk of a Horsemen's Assoca
lieaned by the students and will be tion to be organized in Maryland. which
used for the first time today. will sell Its stock only to horse owners,
Coach Exendine was not sure last ntght and which may build a track in this
who h- would use in the back field with State.
the exceptivn of Gilroy. Gilroy will sure- This scheme is said to be baeked by
h start the game. but it was not cer. Oscar Lewisohn. He is said to be will
t"in who would start in the other half ing to put up $10.000 to start the thing
back position. Wall will be in full back going. Just where this track would be
:siua the other men will be used during built is problematical, but there are only
the contest. two counties in the State where a new
-- track may be operated and they are Bel
Catholic University is playing at Mor- timore and Harford.
gantown today and will have a hard
time to keep the score down, as the team "PROS." EDORSE COURSE.
Burn Country Club will offer the use
B ow i eN c s 'ewton, Mass., Nov. 24.-The Brae
of its course for the next nationai
open golf championship, it was stateu
today. This decision was reached after
.the Profeasional Golfers' Association.
FALL MEETING through Secretary Herbert Strong, had
ritdorsed the course as suitable for the
November 14 to 3 10 uc1mive. tournament.
ADMISSION, $1.50. LADIES, $1.
se. n mreach dar. Ast .stt.., ....,, . Dartmouth Eleven Chooses Leader.
1 pT . m. Stges trais lamw White Hem St- Hanover, N. H., Nov. 3L-F. J. Douses
ton at 12:15, 12:3. L2- p .L. r." molt, *, has been chosen captain of next
diist,.y after ist race. 4e =sd 1211, year's Green eleven.
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durI a'biy of shoes costing a
UlM ARIAL REAVES
ervice Game to Hol More Than
Usual Local Interest.
If in your humble opinion Army is
arrytag an edge over the Middlee in their
anual game to be staged on the Polo
lrounds of New Tork this afternoon.
our hunch Is liable to receive Qsite a
ude jolt before another setting of the
Today's struggle for the service cham
lonship Is more apt to resolve itself Into
, battle between two individual stars.
Oliphant and Ingram, than a test of su
remacy between two elevens. If Navy
an stop the embryo general from the
loosler State. and Army can thwart the
round-gaining efforts of the embryo ad
3iral. Ingram. another Hoosier, the game
i liable to develop into a stand off, but
hould the Middles fail to show a line
bat will be able to smother the Army'
may before they are once' under wa.,
hereby allowing Oliphant to run wild.
he Cadets will carry the edge which some
f the wise ones have figured they are
acking in this afternoon's game.
Another important factor that may tend
D determine the victor will be the ability
f the Sailors' ends to hurry the aerial
eaves of the West Pointers. a style of
ame upon which they are placing much
ependence as a ground gainer. It is not
elieved that the Soldiers will present a
articularly strong defense against their
wn specialty, as this play has been work
d with marked succesasby several of her
pponents this fall.
The main argument advanced by the
opesters who have ;;lven the call to
irmy in this game is the belief that the
oys from up the Hudson have a more
ersatile and powerful attack than any
hing so far exhibited by the middles.
, comparison of the scores of the two
ervice teams In their battles with Wash
igton and Lee, would make It appear
hat West Point is entitled to this so
ailed edge, but from a football stand
oint comparative score dope is the most
nreliable dope of all, and the scores of
he two elevens against the Virginians
hould not be taken into consideration.
From a local standpoint today's game
rill have more than the usual interest
rhich is attached to one of these annual
ervice games. through the fact that no
ess than seven local boys will in all prob
bility be in the game. Army no doubt
rill use five of these Washington lads
efore the contest is over, chief among
rhom is "Tug" McEwan, the captain.
other local boys who are on the Point
eam are Johnny Stokes, the Knight
rothers, and Jones, another former Cen
ral High boy. Johnnie Welchel. the mid
lee' guarter back, and Tom Fisher. who
,ttended Eastern High, are the two Dis
uict boys who will be in the game for
he Annapolis eleven.
CHURCH OFF ON TRIP
New York, Nov. 24.-George M. Church
.nd Harold A. Throckmorton, two of
he leading lawn tennis players of this
ountry, left here yesterday afternooc
n a trip that will carry them across
he continent. over to Hawaii and the
'hilippines and then to Japan. They
fill travel more than 12.0W miles in order
o participate in a series of tennis com
etitions in the Orient.
Church and Throckmorton left on
oard the Twentieth Century Limited at
:45 for Chicago. Thence they will pro
eed to Vancouver, where they vil!
eard the Empress of Russia for Ma
Ila, where they are due on December
I. Their first tournament will be for
he championships of the Orient, whicn
ill be opened at Manila on January 2.
ABBOT DEFEATS HENEY.
After the Abbot soccer hall tram's un
uccessful season, they made a general
7fnd-up for the final game of the sea
on and won a brilliant victory over the
tenry at the New York avenue play
rounds yesterday afternoon by the
core of 20 to 4.
The Abbet team showed splendid team.
rork. The Abbot line-up was as follows
1. Sisson, C. Gable H. Lieberman, T.
'haconas, H. Silverstone, F. Baxter, H.
Velsenberg. D. Freedman, J. Notes, H.
'reedman. C. Barkley, I. Goldstein. H.
teiner and Garfinkle.
The boys that starred on the Abbot
eam are T. Chaconas. C. Gable, Silver
tone and H. Leberman.
MIS. I. T. MANN WINs CUP
Mrs. I. T. Mann yesterday morn
ing won the final round of the
special event at the Chevy Chase
Club for women players handi
capped at thirteen strokes and
over, when she beat Mrs. L. 0.
Cameron. 3 up and L The prixe
was a cup offered the club by Mrs.
-is the saving we
give you when you
buy apair of
HOES FOR MEN
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7002u3aZ Go=D "AY.
Geessatews Vs. Wask.. at Gesagste0.
Tale *. Barawd. at New Naves.
Alm is. Masr. at 14w yak.
athage tsisw iVa Weas Tsih at
Gallaet is. asibms. at New Task.
o*Nelb s. aw Tak, at Nw Tak.
vearfoed Ts. Swrthame, at fadeard.
Bar Ceras is. W.se.r Tsk, at WAs"er.
John E0okins vs. at. Jlas. at madenie.
mVa ebay Ggt at st
Nestheaster Univerdt vs. ohe State. at
OresDB Ai% vs. UnimaWity of Orfges.
.andarih-asa vs. ames-dmay. at RWi*
REtsers vs. Dtelai. at New Druaswick.
*mense s. 'Ifte. at Bastes.
PesYlVanig va. Wag Virgnala Wealepas. at
Waiston vs. Westera Marlsaid. at Oas
Washinaton and Jegerion vs. Chattaoss, at
Tnme Iastitute vs. Amy and Navy Psega, at
ARMY AND NAVY IN
FINAL WORK FOR GAMI
New York, Nov. 24.-The Army an
Navy footballers went through the a
limbering-up process of the season toda
at the Polo Grounds. A chilling win
swept down on them from Coogan
Bluff. which. with a wet and soggy fiset
made the coaches use extreme care wit
their charges. No speedy action was a
tempted in view of the slippery groun
Slow jogs, passing the ball and kick
Ing formed the malnsprings of the work
out. Oliphant, the Army's premier bael
practiced loqg and har at the punts an
averaged well desrite the heavy bal
many of his wallops going 00 yards.
Incoming trains this afternoon biouigt
additional thousands into the greate
city for the show. Twelve thousan
men from United States war vessels o
tained shore leave for the festivities an
$welled the crowd that swarmed abou
the Navy's headquarters. The Jackie
also brought In considerable chunks c
coin, and there were -complaints that u
Army dough could be found.
FOR STATE GM
baltimore. Md., Nov. 2.-Two of the of
ftclals have been named for the Marylan
championship game to be fought betwee
State and Johns ltoakins at Homewoo
field on Thanksgiving Day. They are I
T. Shaw. of Ohio Wesleyan. referee. an
Emory S. Land. Naval Academy. hea
linesman. The umpire and field judge. t
be appointed by the central board. hav
not been decided upon.
Shaw proved a most capable referee I
the L915 gan. Land is a well-known an
efficient official. ie acted as head line
man in the Yale-Princeton contest las
Saturday and has frequently appeared o
RUMOR JOHNSON MAY
RETIRE FROM BASEBAL
Chicago. Nove. 24.-Ban Johnson, presi
dent of the American League, Is thinkin
of retiring in spite of the fact that hi
contract still has several. years to run.
This was learned today when it wa
announced that negotiations have virtual
ly been completed whereby Johnsor
Charles Comiskey. of the White Box, an
Joseph Ray, of Wilmington, IlL, will pu
chase a big ranch in Wyoming.
"You couldn't expect me to stick ot
that contract while I have such a goo
chance to settle out West." said Johnsor
'I am in love with the country out ther
and its possibilities are great.'
"WOODROW" WILSON TO
CAPTAIN 1917 TIGER!
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 24.-Woody
Wilson is slated for election as capta
of the 1917 Tigers. Halsey, Funk. Win
and McGraw are eligible. but Wilson i
extremely popular. and in ranked as
fine natural leader, and is a brother <
Alex Wilson. who captained the 1915 Yal
team of unlamented memory.
Gamma Sigma Lands.
In the fourth game of the Phi M
Sigma Baisket-ball League last night a
the Arcade. Gamma Sigma defeate
Sigma. The Good Shepherd hovs playe
a fast and aggressive game all the wa
I although they were outwelhed by thei
2pponents. The shooting of H. Thiele an
the all-around playing of Terry was th
feature for the winners, while Coe. Jr
played best for the loosers. Score: Gam
ma Sigma. X; Sigma. 33.
Rufnex vs. Westovers.
The Rufnex A. C. Will Ilay the Wes
over Juniors in their annual clash tomoi
row at the Olympic Field at 2:30 p. m.
good game is expected. and so far th
Rufnex goal has yet to be crossed. Th
following men will start in the game fo
the Rufnex: Hurley. Crist. Boarmar
Groes. Hunter, Holohan. Mutaugh (cal
tain). Cherry. Goldsmith. Jenkins an
Park Junors to Play.
The Park Junors will meet the fas
Emerald Midgets at 11:0 o'clock Sunda:
on the gridiron south of the bathin
beach. The Park Juniors would also Ilk
to arrange a game with some team in th
District averaging around eighty-fiv
pounds to be played on the grIdiron in th,
Potomac Park on Thanksgiving Day at
o'clock. William Borst. 93 Maryland aye
nue southwest, will look after challenges
Coulon and Williams.
Chicago, Nov. 2.-Boston will be th<
battle ground for the Johnny Coulon-Kie
Williams night next month, according t
a wire the former bantam-weight chami
pion received from Manager Nate Lewil
today. Lewis is in Boston with Charle:
DAMON RUNYON will col
BILL" EDWARDS, one of Prin<
will write a critical report of the
The Yale-Harvard game will
"VIC" KENNARD, hero of the T
analytically of every play.
In addition to these experts
A. DUGAN, will also cover the se
to the work of the Washington be
teams. There are seven local boys
Whelschel, formerly of Western
Fischer, right end of Navy, form
Capt. Tug McEwan, of Ax
SchooL Substitute tackle, Tim 'I
School. Johnny Stokes and Toby
R. Knight, former Central boys,
Get .Taenorrow's 1c
Big Crimso Appears to Have
Ede in Game Today.
New Haven, Nov. U.-Haughton sy.
tem against Yale spirit! That epitomase
the Harvard-Yale battle in the bowl here
tomorr6w. If past performances count
for anything. Harvard should walk away
with the honors. Harvard. to all appear
anCes, is a finished eleven. Yale is not.
T be sure, Harvard defeated Princetei
by 3 to 0, while Yale beat the Tigers by
10 to 0. but Princeton played real football
against the Crimson and like schoolboys!
against the Blue.
Harvard has developed a good oftase
and a good defense. Yale In still an un
known quantity. It has played so much
bad football this season that no brand of
"dope" will fit the situation at New
Despite the apparent superiority of
a Harvard, however, optimism is the key
note of the Yale camp, for the team
d showed so much Improvement in the lat
it tr part of the Princeton game that Jones
y and his aids believe it will be able to
d hold its own against the Crimson.
Harvard rules 10 to 9 favorite and there
is plenty of Harvard money visible. A
h large amount of Crimson coin reachedI
New Haven Thursday. For several days
Yale undergraduates have been covering
considerable Harvard cash at even terms.
but a lot of Harvard money has been
uncovered since Thursday and in many
d ases odds are now offered by the Har
aid backers. Many wagers have been
mnade with the Crimson favored at 10 to,
9. but t0 to 9 are the prevailing odds.
,IBLETZER MAKES OFFER
FOR BANTAM FIGHT
a Baltimore, Md.. Nov. 23.-The first step
0 looking toward the bringing together of
Kid Williams, of this city, and lohnny
Ertle, of St. Paul, in a championship
bout for the bantam-weight title, was
made this morning. when Henry Bletser,
1president of the American Athletic A s
ciation. announced that he was wiling
to hang up a purse of W000 for the pair
for a twenty-round bout In this city,
also agreeing to give the boys the option
of 50 per cent of the gross receipts If
that amount was over 600. lie adds
that It is up to the boys to decide upon
how they might want to split the purse
d and other details, but that he stands*'
ready to go through with the match.
Bletser is of the opinion that he could
induce the local authorities to grant their
a sanction for a twenty-rounder, inasmuch
das It would be for the title,
d Talk of bringing Ertle and Williams
together under championship conditions
' has been going the rounds for some time.
Bletser feels that there is no better
place in the country to stake the affair
than right here In Williams' home town.
where the interest would be greater than
In any other place In the country. Hen.
therefore, determined that he would get
in on the ground floor and be the first
one to come forth with an offer.
115,000 TO WATCH
TWO FOOTBALL GAMES
New York, Nov. 24.-Judginx from past
& performances, the fact that Percy Haugh
ton is the Harvard coach and that Yale
threatens to rise after being the under
t dog since 1911. it appears today from a
I casuai glance that at New Haven tomor
L row about 73.0 persons will see one of
a the hardest-fought football games ever
played between the Blue and Crimson.
Tomorrow will be a record-breaker In
the way of crowds at football games. It
doesn't make much difference what kind
f 'f aeather Is ground out for the fray. At
New Iaven at least 75.(0 persons are ex
pected to be on hand. More than 77.000
tIckets have actually been sold. At the
Polo Grounds upward of 40.00 will pack
n and jam themselves In to watch the
a Army-Naiy fray. This brings a grand
a total of about 11.,000 persons who will
watch forty-four men maul each other.
STANFORD COMING EAST.
Californians Planning Baseball Tour
for Coming Season.
d Stanford University, Cal.. Nov. 24.-A
d baseball tour through the East next
spring Is being planned by Stanf'ord ath
r letlc authorities. it was announced here
d today. About twenty-tive Middle West,
e and Eastern schools are in the proposed
Graduate Manager Earl C. Behrens said
that dnal details of the trip, as it Is
agreed upon. probably would be known
within a week or two.
Under the plan as now in view. the
- Stanford men would probably play some
of the universities in the Rocky MJountaln
States and the State university teams on
e the way into Chicago. Then Notre Dame.
Indiana. Syracuse, Michigan. Yale. Har
r vard and Princeton and other Eastern
schools, according to Manager Behrens
Shifts in Cornell Team.
Ithaca, N. Y.. Nov. 24.-The Cornell
varsity. using a new attack mixea
t with forward passes, line smashing ant::
trick formations. walked over the scrubas
for two touchdowns In practice this aft
ernoon. Speed was not in practice today.
Benedict occupying the left half back
job for the first time in three weeks.
Tilley, who received a bad crack in the.
leg in the Massachusetts Aggies game
last week, was at right guard. Andersor,,
the regular, facing him on the scrubs.
Dies of Football Hurt.
Elgin, Ill.. Nov. 2.-Cyril Pritchard.
full back on the Elgin High School
, light-wei-ht"~ football team, died to
- day of luries reeived in a line
Splunge against the East Aurora (IlL,
' light-weights"~ two weeks ago. He
sustained a clot of blood on the brain.1
Cover Today's Big
'er the Army-Navy clash and "BIG
eton's most famous gridiron heroes,
be covered by INNIS BROWN, and
ale-Harvard game of ieo8, will write
[he Herald's sporting editor, JOHN
rvice game, paying especial attention
ys who are with the Army and Navy
hai this clash, Quarter Back Johnny
High School, now with Navy. Tom
:rly with Eastcrn High School.
my, center Army and Navy Prep
imberlack, of Army and Navy Prep
Jones, former Central boys. B. and
ubstitute linesmen with Army.
Sunday Herald for the
if The.e Big Gams
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P-B Suits and O'Coats, $15, 18,
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kNOTHER BASEBALL SORE THROAT EPIDEMIC
STRIKE IS THREATENING PUZZLING OLD EU
New ~.ov 4 Aothe - ew Haven. Conn. Nov. 24-The met,
New even Nov. i-Anoth oner throat epidemic among the ale footbaf
tike, even bger than the one of 192.a attacked
vhen Detroit rebelled because of the sun- .Ao a . th e r
:nalon of Ty Cobb for hitting a specta
or, in this city, is nrewing. n.
. mith , the quarerback, was giving the,
Dave Fultz. the leading factor of theY coache no end of worry today. &I
laseball Players' Fraternity. declared though It was announced that all but
esterday afternoon that unless the Smith would be In condition to start the
dinor League of Professional Baseball game with Harvard tomorrow. L& Roe.
7ranted the three requests of its players. it was stated would start the game at
he members of the sixteen big league quarter back. The team bad only light
lubs. belonging to the fraternity, and signal practice today.
'therm of lower classification. will not sign
ontracts for next season.
Fultz stated that the fraternity has no
rievances against the National Commi
ion, but that the minor league clubs will AGE THE CHAWS
tave to eventually give in to the players
,r the many thousands of followers of New York. Nov 24.-Although the Har
aseball will be deprived of their national jard and Tale game is only one day
"h next season, away sport followers here are talking
baseball. What Interests fats of this
section moat Is. "Who will be the mar-n
1 74S3 TICKETS FOR &ger of the world chamrion Red Sox
Acomrintg to reports from the offlee
Tof harry iraser and Hugh Ward. new
_______ owners of the Red Sox. Jack Btarr., auitt
i e managr if Bill Carrigan has no e
New Have,.Cn. Nv 4- tots!l sire to again be "Boas Bill."
if -,j.40 tickets have been sent out for: There is no question in the minds of
he Yale-Harvard football game here the New York fans who are close to
text Saturday. of which number 2w1 Fraser sand Ward that Barry will be the
tave been taken by Harvard. It was an- manager. They feel that wh-n Bill Car
iounced yeterday by the Yale ticket rigan aid he was finished be lertaihY
uffiice. The total also includep r44 presknew what he was talking about.
tuid 300 side line tickets, IIn aL report this morning which coama
Two yearY ago A.042. persons saw the from the office of Frazer and Warl.
lue and Crimson classic. The attend-;Barry would undoubtedly be the doa
eott at the game will be Lo I next manager.
AccgOpetn 8 A. N., o o :30 P. N.
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