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SBEAT HARVARD ew Hawen Cubs Capture Gaiie from Cambridge by Count of 14 to 0. Caznbridge. Mass.. Nov. 17.-Yale prelsunen outplayed Harvard from every angle this afternoon and won a 14 to 0 victory. French outpunted the Crimson kick er, Humphreys, and secured the ad fantage for his team from the outset, and for the Blue team it was simply a waiting game. Once, when Yale passed over the middle mark of the held, It uncovered its attack and quickly pierced through the Harvard line for a goal. The second touchdown came late in the last quarter, when Humphreys threw a forward pass to a Crimson end. Dines, of the Yale secondary d, fnse, hustled along. eraped the tIll and speeded forty-flive yards fir an unexpected touchdown. The Yale line pushed back the Mir varsl forward consistently. and anint the Blue the Crimson straig;htaway attack was practically unlio. Onl the end runs of Humphreys seved t gain for Harvard. The summary: Yale. roti as. I1rr. Seuly .................1. E........ . e W alker ................l^T ....... W elch ................ . er............ Tripse ..................G ............ . * X r Mfunser ...............1:.T ........... Fr, th Dil'wrth ..............4a. n .................. W ."! I am .................. Lar .................. I I Ele eh ...A '.......... . 1 .r re sab at tin s-or l l mi is) t -r .-. 1. Lee for Dans. Helme f..r Fr t .nm Ki ftr Anderea. Ba:s r WI,~ J r i Haisa, Butterilld ter mi l-nell. stimeei t r Haitikon. For Tale: Ueilf I,. $heim r Dilworth. TLerdn-Lay And In o810 frm tochdon-krench, (2. 2 . fr - _Mr. IE J. O'Bnen. T fts.. tUm;-r -\ir. .. 1'n dleton, Bowdoin. FIeld judge- Mr. N. Btiih l Dartmonth. Heed lin.'mn-M-. Ei . van. Tufta Time .f per:od Y l- , eth. SOCCER SERIES FOR LOCAL CHAMPIONSHIP Pierce School of Rosedale Division, Have Chance for Title. The soccer series of t;e Ply_! ix Department is nearing th e pint ," greatest excitement. rhe .cty ell im - pionship games start on Turf -ay. The four division chamilonshlp t ,:s o. the Eastern division play firs, 0--. Mn the Western not I ing Ie 11-1 e: Great interrt w aroi. I :n thw Rosedale di sic whei !tie Pilere '1,l Maury schools played two'rh games befor- the championship was decided yesterday with a scoro of - to 0 favor of Pierce. The championship teams are as fol lows: New York avenue dixison Seaton School, Lorenzo Totoro, Nim Lapitan. Ramey Trimble. isadore NitoWitz. Hebron Burton. Philip 'lSl verstone, George Jon,. Stanley Tr vie. Burman Lapitan. Jose1h Wonder. Gordon Kessler, Robert Hnrkinsonr Virginia avenue division - Wall.. h Towers School. Mi'lton ieiml, me' IAFontaine, Char!-s *shinsk. Jn. Lee, Edward Hall. G.ore lm t. Merline Cornell. Kor:c.h Vebst, Lenick Pearce, Fot, r P le Ar thur Murray, Ernest IlininGran., Emberg, Earl Smalb,-oo, Ichai Small: Garlield Park diiiofiIlr, School, David F l. Is. I in An, : son. Edward Leno, WailLie If%. ro, . Byron Richards-n. ii y, I lie Markley, Roy laples, ' ha le Swaim, Harold ]to%.n. Arnon Pinn, Rosedale divieion- 1,; e r hoI Jo G1ordan, Joseph Gi.-i. Ton Iurn-. Orville Smith. Albrt Vs art Hoffer, Garrett Ni i- i I Carthy. Domirick icIla. i rI Pumphrey. William S. hr. Em Wright. The schedilu for the I- i division will be as fellows: Tuesday, November '!, U:-nt v, Wallach-Towers. Gart l P,rk. Wednesday. Novi-mber -:!; S 'it, - Pierce, at New York avenue r y ground. Thursday, November =2. Wana Towers vs Pierce, at ROIsad Ip ground. Friday, November 2:1. S-tn v Brent, at New York av. no, !. - ground. Monday, November S a00 Wallach-Towers. at Virginia av. n i playground. Tuesday, November 27. PIerce VS. Brent. at Rosedale plavyroind. Jd Smith, lastructor. Jeff Smith, the Bayonne N. J.1 maiddle-weight, is acting as a 1bxirc instructor at Camp Dix. the New Jegsey cantonment. The Camp MI-ade Instructor will shortly be an nounced. Hegu Goes Good. Pitcher Bradley Hogg. forn'-r miljo league heaver, had a ble season in the Pacific Coast League. Ine -f Hogg's brilliant stunts was the twir Itng of fourteen straight victorIes for ios Angeles. Yankrees for Macon. It is said that MJller liuoaginsi th new pilot of the Yankees, favor. Macon as a training camp. So it is likely the Yanks will return to the Georgia city next spring for thi ir - aual work-out. Buckley Quits "Gimbot"l Samith. Gunboat Smith has lost his mianiage. Jim Buckley. The genial James saxva he Is through with managing ,.-rop pegs, and henceforth will devote his time to promoting bouts. Jeb.3y Ewes Released. Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 17.-Johnnv Evers, formerly second basenman of the Cubs and Braves, was today, imi conditionally released by the P'hiladel phia National League. Peoria Gets Meeting. Louisville, Ky.,* Nov. 17.-The next mneeting of tne NatIonal Association of Minor Leagues will he held in Peoria. Ill., the baseball men decided today at their closing session. B3sing fer Red Cross. Johnny T11hnan, the St. Paul box ir, anounces he wIlt donate 5 per rent of all his earnings in the ring to :h. R~ed Cross. BOWIE RACES Newhswe 10 to 35. 3melusive SEVEN RACES EACH DAY Fis aeat 1:45?P. M. Usela TrtsLeave White Hecme -~ 9 1 3315. 32s20 and 12,45 P. N. ubs Dow Washington CoRege Is Beaten by Galaudet Chestertown. Md., Nov. 17.-The Gallaudet College football team opened up a baffling aerial attack here today and took the Wash ington College eleven Into camp by a count of 27 to 0. Coach Moore's tribe from the Capital City gave local followers of the gridiron sport a great treat in the art of forward passing, while their latiral and double and triple passes had the local eleven guess ing throughout the contest. -Al though the Washington College threatened to score on two oc casions, the open-play system of the visitors when given the ball proved too much of a handicap for the thestertown team. iOLFERS DO HONORS TO DR. I. S. HARBAN Optimists Believe National Ama teur Championship Will Come to Wasihington. i. I-.N K H1. Y ii'NG. L in g-neral and Colum a4 Io*tri 'IOb ons in particular ire %-Ir ntiusiastio ovir the news wh..i I s come froim Chicago, where te I nit-I Sotate (;,If .\ssociation's 'oiinain: -oniitt, I has iet, to tIh fi et that Iir. Walter 1. Iarban 'is si fir the vitc "presilency of the atociation for the coming year. .\thnil hine-tly coinne'ted with ih- -'li eli0h0, if which he.is lt r int aind hairman of the g.n imm'Ilittee, the, loctor is a promint .s re in il local golf af sair I s ex i- it - in all things gI'f l s n ns :.wI varied. and his a lice ha- I, i r-ih souhit aft.r in all i -tt. o inn--ted with the, !me litd. \l%:ws one of t or:anizr orni thi '!st pr-sident if th f l Ii- if C niia l.IIf As mtig, and1I t.,r ith I past few years, asi a , m ' Ir t: '- :tIe com .mitte- "f th e t: -It bod . has be-n \\ shinto ns oil c-nn, iint link The I . c il, was not iver . nuingtinc mmit- n .\h hr nancd a im. r i-f imt mninttilt ee for i Ir iartiin's propie-d elevation t th i, ie . ,1 y it is g,nerally :' tht 1us ii, nit only a e-ruimrIiti to the mi-o uit also to th. Tan. o ni if th". most opti liii i' in it thi. ltim ite award if the nt aat i e ur chamliOn ti it I I\b i within the iREATEST TEAM IN WORLD AT NEWPORT Naval Training School Eleven Can Boast of Having All-Ameri can Aggregation. T r. -.' st football tearn in the i> wh-' D-i -trn crities are say S'it if- I Ln i l iridiro nia ',. ion:~. his conrads rm , -Vt - t .h W nt Naval Sta or 'i i-:h-'s cf Walter Camp's . ta ti fiorime,-r all \\ i:. i i,,th- stars of 'iaim: b:i n i mike up the To, l .\ 1 :1m r k, him -. n r - -. I. g iir and a I i. 11. .S iln-hter of U - i 1 ' . izhi guard. -h 'i i ilna-k. and -. t back I n ii..e I at Cornell r n i tarn are El l -tit d; Pais i , t : allahan. n. Mi -jian right i tii''h. i-.:ht end: ri' t, 'uiarter , U!lIIck. T in Ik wi Ie coached is W.Iter Canp vl he b-i -h :ni1 nll be as -d by 'i-k. vh- l- yiir was -Ird of the, smartest .- -- IL -il it d in the foot - in-n- ii h. Iln and Td Joe-s 'nd whLt lie lar ned of th,-i two3 ':riiron gVnniS he harnii ir ht. A im. r 'If the rn en this navy tr'im wi" caii ies if thic-r collieg . amns I.-foe they jineI govern i nt -rvica nril in aillition to hav sp.-. 1 irt ith and i-urane, the tim w llbe rpie. t with football Tih re have perhaps been stronger teIamt i-v.inizid-probably some of thi -sir anvie:.ni.tiins built up in thi- (io pr ofeional li-ague have ,int- I Im' stars, but thios-e Ohio t 3 '''s h:1- 'earc"ly any practice and w I. e -r'ld to rely on individual lh to win. Tis Nivy ti am. however, will hat'- tb-',y if pranotice and will build up a systemi of team work that will lie hiard to rival. Four that ri-ason, p'-rhapsi it is not ami5s to rail it the "greatest foot hall tram ever put on the flid:" Noted Swimming Official Dead. W:i ii.tM-.. Niuv. 1~. --Otto C. -d .. f..r I'n ii yea-rs a swimming raii iu Ii1, tb i - here reentoly. H~e ias a intr- andt was active in pro resv 'pT tpi!ities~ in Mfassachiu celts. tr. "niles vioted as an onlal at ' n' unipor'init lin;.-udistanec manow: re , inelim: the Rich -inId iiturbur-riw race ini Philadelphia in lit Red Cron Benefited. Imim' id i. - after his hoot with Jai Ir Cn'cu last 3Monday ni;;ht. Johnstny Tiilman, the Ulinzncapollis box-' Cr, thrniuigi his mn 'er, Hermsan Tay lor, sent thne Ama rie-in Redl Crioss so 'hi-y a check for !::7o, being his eon ribution. as prtomisedl, to the war Long Workont for Wisconsin. Maui in. Wis., Nov. 17.-Coach Rich ards gave line Wisconsin football team their first long workout in preparation for the Chic-igo game November 24. Scveral members of the squad did not report hecause of minor injuries re ceived in the Ohio State game. Sev e-rat of the men were tried at new po siions. Ed Walsh, Magnate. Ed Walsh, former White isi. pitching star, is managing a footbah team at his home in Meriden, Conn. Ilast week his team played an eleven from C amp Devens and gave the soldliers $300 for their athletic fund. If you have spare rooms ini your homa turn to nage me.h -az ..ea ned byO WOWIS WI ME[ EfiilNEElRs wEN Indians Will Be Given Tough Battle with Soldiers at Columbia Park Today. Followers of independent football are to be given a big clsseic at Co lumbia Park this afternoon when the sixth Engineers from. the Washington Barracks battle the Mobawk Athletic Club gridirOners. The Indians are recognized as Dis trict champions w-niing this title last season when they. put the fanpous Vigilant A. C. to rout early last year. Their record this season has been beyond expectations as to date they have not had their goal line crossed and have been victorious in all but one game In which they played, the Coast Artillery eleven playing them a 0-to4 tie two weeks ago. The Engineers have always been big factors in the awarding of the District title in former years and still claim to be.undefeated champions. It will be remembered that the Engineer team attempted to arrange a game with the Mohawks last season, but the Indians refused to play them on their return from the border because they had not participated In any games in local ranks last year. Their claim to the District title would not be recognized last season. but technically speaking they had not been beaten by any club in this vicinity and should still be considered in the allotment for games that will have bearing on the District cham pionship. Although the bridge builders to day will enter the fray minus such stars as Blair and Lyons it is claimed that they have a well-balanced eleven and the soldiers from the arsenal are willing to "Hock the family plate" on the result. The teams will line up as follows: %fchaswks. PEnn. Engineera Geranli .............. . E.................. Hellen Mt. Turner ........... 1 T............ Ben trown MfcC.,he ...............I.(................ Elswoth i. Toers . VeS..........ene ...... Kehl Mco lure ..............I. .................. French I. Trner. . . T........... Bamiltm I.er .......... ....... . . . .............. H ill 4t esra ............. .............. Brenaman I:r ................. .............. Farley it er ................it. I .................. D nnis Iiaronio ........ . B. .............. Ratella Referee-Tug l^rr,. Gergetows. Umi,ire Iharli. Taft. Yale. liad lineaman-Mr. 1schle fresh. Virgina. ARMY-NAVY PREP IS BEATEN BY EPISCOPAL Virginians Capture Hard-Fought Battle from Newberry's Tribe by 35-to-13 Score. AIexndria, Va., Nov. 17.-Episcopal took the measure of the Army and Navy Prep team today by the count of 35 to 13. Episcopal started with the whistle and ran off its drat touch down in the first three minutes of play, going across the'line on a thirty five-yard run from a fake kick. The Episcopal boys ran up two more touchdowns in the first half, while the Preps failed to cross Episcopal's goal. The Preps came back in the second half and by a shift in the team. Arnold from center to left half, were able to cross the Episcopal goal twice. Trenholm and Burnett were the chief :yound gainers for the winners. Tren heIm going off end and tackle consis tently for long gains. Cooper and Arnold were the aces of the Preps. Arnold, it seemed, could not be stop pt by Episcopal as he counted up a gain every time he carried the ball. In the first half Episcopal pulled a forty-vard forward Pass from Its own fo:ty-flve-yard line. Trenholm. to l]inchardt which resulted In the sec ond touchdown. The summary: EO-iscrrel (M). Pftions. A. & N P. (3). lit a ardt . .... L. E........... Adam 1 Toy ............. ............ 1anpstnj I.d ............... R senthal Hall ( t) .... .ter............... Arneold Jirns .................It. G. .... Sterenann He. dtaon ........... T....Kyle (capt.) D.................. .............. Smith H Trret t ............. Q... ................Hogan Tfr.rfhohna..........I.. .I ......... Payne P.,lleton . I. I............... paper . ward ............... F. t.... ........ W iliam., ,stittions-Ei>Leo- Ifrinnan for Iyd. PIk'kner f,.r Hodgon. JI. le Buttes for Trin "Il: Army and Nary,. Il for Arnold. rnokl for Payne. Ttouchld, n-Trenholm 12, Bu nett, Pendleton. Gn1s from tonchdao-sall '5). Coorer. Rinebart. William. Goal from 0 blhown. mia.'l-Coope~r. (Goal frno fiell. i. d-Treholm; distance, M sant. Referee - Mr. TAoms.L aaette. Umpire--Mr. Igan, 'nzaa. H1-1 linesann--mr. Rwers, Ran-' dolph-Maon. Time of peridls-l minutes. The Days of R SH.%,PED MAL. Fli'1D 't- M6 AFV IJf iS ff0lfl I Eli Fresheies--For Champ New Midde-weight Camp o'DOW& Picking Best Back Field Of All Times Not Easy /y By GRANTLAND RICE. rcl n Mhnwudcr (Copyright, 171, b yrhe Triulrme Awociationi.) z-towdigherayI.b The Out-of-Date. I es .,: ja4i, ta a Of all the davs that ever wereot e s Since Moses framed the ancient code, and Thorpe. th Eckersall drivin Or vanished years that knew the stir titi-r aling? Uf the lot three were great kick Of Caesar's legions down the road- I-twc, ,y and Reston, were un Take all the eons that have flown. _e- r, -an From drudge-pit to the la,:relled brow, tir . i o linand power Above all ages Tine has k wer, Wiin-is through a broke There's no place for the Quitter now. Th., P-on-Micligan affair set fc Start back to where the C .ve Man I ;t Philadelphia begins ruled lo 0, tie' old-time affair. The first gray dawn of rugged life. Aft r : . istrous start. Penn ha Where each raw clan in turn was pulled hr again, and has bee schooled itot to rek by wtek. To stand against an endless strife. in -ks to have the bette Through reins of terror and .,f gore. hance walkoe. tpte the j2 Through shattered faith and broken vow,thner it machine-like play of Yoat Far less than Time has known befnre Yostw a e There's no place for the Quitter now. rost yeah s and s m The world has known its share of derfil fibu his hardst a co Pain, in checking H. Berry & Co. at Frank its share of Vandals and of H~uns, lnFed The world for aces now has lain Beneath th. oIiw ,f th, gus An Old-Time Affair. Eut since within the worl-ls dim dawn It tt e t discoxering sent Our fathers leaped from bough to '7' I -I sky-1" ' 01 " Cur bouch. :1.-ks t~am a hattie will keep a Through all the terror Fate has I ,ne committe busy. Cupe an drawn,!his N rt naval entourage look t There's no room for the Quitter now. If t, ito has the anq One Back Field. Asi fthere were not enough argu- Wit. on drives, in broken flight. ment and rebuttal now gcinv on in h -r from his summer station the realm of things a quiety com-s At I -!. cin slon his conversation. in as to what four men should con- I t %xt I r whas'er its blight. stitute the greatest back flId that -t fr-it creets he soon ma% balk: ever played. But I -n talk-and talk-and talk. Out of only 2.000 or VA0 entries, I - this, of course, is an easy choice. The this tCltAit is t- o e And yet,a-r.1 ibroh the line or circle a titled to his gul-s. ,1 Im Ite or ,pin:"- ': i nce. Ion, we are willing to offer urst - viz.. viz.:New war motto-When in doubt, til Quarter Back-i-Ek -saill, Chico. a a it. Half Backs - Ileston, Ntichira. Thorpe. Carlisle. Full Backs-Coy, of Yale. t tie ta t It is conceivable enough that R ia , t o Strav an re roar should emnatia- from ilit ih Michigan in mightier tan th that neither Mlahan nor Brickley was named. Yet which one of the above four could he crowded out? Al Was Counted OuL Neither Princeton nor Pennsyl- A -I ing to report. Al McCoy d vania has ant1 entry to diaplc i. I .ri In the moving picture member of this qunrtiet, not ov.r- i . , f Lis ih-foai by 'ike OYDoac looking the back field atars that, I . Al says he knew nothin both have pruducid. ialrit and got aung all around. l Sport - - - - - - - w Oi e YotiA"Jk byororgnl ch Ioie al4nd '. w c eWrs--toCy n Hson- er i (44 b fp thC , ho ~, -tn ndEceral weewirwnsthog aboe .iilht. zm Taki ElED UP FOR lEE Eleve-Day Racing Wilg Start Mol day at Southern Maryland Park. The Bowie race track bas been giv the final preparations ftor the opei fag of the eleven-day meeting thel on Monday. The course is now better shape than at any time sbh, the place was built and no stoi his been left unturned to furnh comfort for the patrons. Hundreds of thoroughbreds repr senting the best racing establishmen In this country are now -quartes at the tradk, and the fields whi will contest for the purses hung x by the association should be tart and well-balanced. Superintende Richard Pending has had a numb of men working on the track for long while and the going is now i Its best. A number of fast worl outs over the course have been r ported during the past few days. at it is not unlikely that new recur will be hung up. J. F. SweEney. who Is campaignli a large string of thoroughbreds whii are being handled by Fred Musani now has his horses at the trac headed by Hauberk. the fast son Martinet-Druid apd a winner of tv Stake race, during the Laurel me. lag. Hauberk has always raced wo over the Bowie track, and is e ppcted to carry the Sweeney colo irA the Bowie Inaugural Handieap. 1l feature of Monday's card. Haubei cannot only give the best sprinte a tussle for the money, but is al fond of going a route. In both I winning races at Laurel he sprui quite a surprise on the wise on( by displaying unusual early cieo for which he has never been faeic In the majority of his races H.iube has always trailed his fields un the stretch turn, where he wou close a lot of ground with a splend burst of speed. His victories th were usually by a short margin. the Laurel Park Liberty 1ond H dicap. run last month. Hauberk, ri den by Jimmy Butwell. who seer to be the only pockey who can mal the son of Martinet give up his bei got away from the gate on his to< beat his field to the first turn, ma all the pace, and at the end led I field by several lengths. On th t day he defeated such good hors as F. D. Weir's Hendrie, Tick Straight Forward, Ed Roche and B31 ry Shannon. Hauberk has been goi along in his work nicely since reached the Southern Maryla - course, and it is quite likely h. w be a frequent winner during the ne 1 ing. MID-WEIGHT CROWN ON O'DOWD'S HEA r "Fighting Harp" Drags Crown fro Brow of "Chess Champion" T Al McCoy. mThe middle-weight crown which I several years has rested uneasily p the brow of Al McCoy. the Brookl southpaw, has been clawed from A dome and now adorn the curly he of 'Mike O'Dowd. "The Fightl Harp" of St. Paul. It is goinr too far to qav t-at Mi O'Dowd is the greatest ma gswi fighter today. but by a ctjrious fre t of fortune he has the title r-nd unli I all signs fail will hang on to it wl a death grip. The middle-weight title has he buffeted unmerc ifully since the den of Stanley K tchell. Billy Papk. f1i claimed it and defended It ecc fully against willie Lewis In Paris, 1910. The next year Cyclore John Thompson defated Papke and clai ed the championship. but in 1i9! bc outgrew the tlit!- which remained abeyance until Frank Klaus. claim it by virtue of a victory over Pr't in 1913. His4 !ims were pretty ge i erally re-c:nz-.1. In 1913 i'orge Chip kno-ked a Klauh In two successive tights a r claimed the title. Early in 11 Chip unforfunately r into a punch in the first round of I bout with At McCoy and the latter a - smed the title. M.cCoy was never real champion and usually dode o anyone who was likelv to knock h out. He was heaten repeatedly In r decision bouts. but O'Dowd was I first to maki him take the count. O'Dowl iS a native of St. Paul. I I re-ently etaduatel from the wcIta 3 weight el~s :-nd hae not been taki . very serioji' a a middle-weight. I is 22 yars ol I and has been fighti since 191. - By BRIGGS - ~i -A V - I .s Cornell'a - Cincinnati. Ohio. Nor. 17. Harry Greb, the Pittsburgh =11 sational fighter, wired local pro moters here today to go the limit in arranging a bout with him ad the new champion. Mike O'Dowd. The Pittsburgh battler claims that he would present to charity 2 one thousand dollars (s$1N) If anyone could obtain the signa ih ture of the middle-weight cham pion to a contract for a battle against him. It is claimed that O'Dowd signed a contract tonight , for a ten-round bout with Harry *h Greb. to be fought in this city be fore Christmaa.* it MAHAN'S MARINESARE DEFEATED BY RU11iER ISanford's New Brunswick, Prove Too Much for "Leathernecks." e.______ New Brunswick. N. J., Nov. 17. o 'The eleven of the Philadelphia t- Lenrue Island Marines. captained b] r Eddie Mahan. former Harvard star rsI was defeated here this afternoon I e I a score of 274 by Sanford's lutgeri k team. rp The summary: I -. . Postt.. Marne,. a e ...............L. E................. A e F it e r ............. . T ................ G Ifa d . =Ncae.f.r ...........L. G.............. Gardm d .l. .........tr . . Garl d. Frakle ............... R. G............. bu D -k I t"d 'lail ...............R.: .......... . a,. i , rleikler ...............R. E.............. DOnos d laako .....,............. ....... PeneoV .arshner" f .............. R. H ................. Owe'T id el....... ........... WIlham is Whifthli ........... ........... 8c [n Beferee-Mr. oess. -Wisain. ratre - IMr. Crowell. Swarthmore. Head i.ssax-Mir Plumer, Cornell. Twnhdowns-Wbitehil (3 IGaridiner. Goal from touddowns-L Time a t 1uarters-15 minus. Substiautis-Gmrsa to a, Gardiner. Garliuer for Garoan. Wells fr W't le lian. Wood for P. Carlow, Wilean for Dale Is Dougherty f.r Donser. at GOLF AND 'I By FRO Id II Those interested In "the royal an< t ancient game" who fait--d to take ad v tage of the opportunity givel tm8 last Wednesda.y over the Co lumbia Country Club course. he, Fred A L<.d and Jack Lur-s. 4. feated Jack llutchie'n and Alex ander Campbell in a 3-hole Tro-fes s0inal mIatchl, m'ssed a rral treal as some e-x pional golf 1a% & howri white the ,aatch 'serlf urns si clots St all staz-, that the r cuit was ir .lobt untill the thirtv-!iflh hole. A this time, the local teain was dormit two, Camlbel' failing on aln vight fot t utit whlih would have give, his ,ide the hole, and carried th< or, match to the home green. This lat on ter hele was p'aled, the visitor Vni winning, so it may be seen tha I's had the Baltimore players negotiate< ad this compa-ativcly short putt. th ng match would have gone extra holes The first roonI was rarticubla.r ke brill' nt, tie hightst of the four get ht :n, a ,:nl in p .r figures, while the ak ota.:s ither three or fou trolk s undc r. The story of the matel th is found in the local pair's wonderfu sork on the greens in this round a en patte of from t n feet to as man: th Yards were the rule rather than th, - exception. The second round was a, m- brilliant, the %iitorm winning it in up, but losing the match because o 1y: the 2 hle alantace gained by theO th opponents in the first eighteen holes In This will, no dult. be the last o ed these pruf-esioial matches for thi ke season. In connection with thi. match, it might be mentioned tha much comment wais caused through ut out both rounds by th length of th ,id putts whlh th. .s, r c.n-ed t' ach other. sore. of them being a an long as flive or sv f'et. Iii - a- Local offi :aim In charge of th af Washington Tennis Ambulance fund ed a, now preparing for a final "dr-' .M ,r the remaindi r of tie $1.-4 noedcd .to ay fir a "Washii:.;ton' snhu he!nmee to be r un to the Americar ild Cross for relief work abroad T.. So far nou' hune Ibeen raised tr lt about pay :'r the tires. For In t atly, the rac-'ueters of oth iti a hav n .t ben so Al'w 1t tneiing th,.r l liations in this re spect. and war. has been rectiva, from the Uitail States Lawn Tenni! Association, which is behind th4 movement, that the first of the thre< ambulance sections has been enlist ed and the men have reported al the ambulance service training cami - at Allentown, Pa. The association if now receiving applications for the second and third sections. There U no delay in examination and enlist ment. and the sections will be or dered to report as soon as the re quired number 9f applicants 4forty five for each sectioni is ready to rc. port. Physical requirements arf about the same as for enlistment in the regular army, infantry, ex. rept that some latitude is allowed for defectivo eyesight and men undel weight. Ability to drive and maki minor automobile repairs is essen tie. By enlisting through the Nsa tional Association, men can be as sipned to the Tennis Sections. whicil are to be kept together as tmits Detailed Information may be obtain, edi from Patti B. WIlliam,, B Proad street, New York City, and it Ia suggested that any local players whi are interested should get into corn munication with him. The Btannockburn Golf Club has de cided to allow one of the three harnd .some trophies, recently presented t< the club by one of its members, to be considered as the prise for the worn en's championshIp of the club, and thi name of Mrs. M., H. Moulton is nos beIng engraved on it as the 1917 win ner. In addition to being awarded a prise, the custody of this cup will hi in Mrs. Moulton' h ands until nex1 year's event. It must be won thret tims before becoming the permanent piroperty of the winner. John H. Clappa Is the new chairmar of the golf conmmittee of the Chesi Chase club, succeeding 3. Donald Cas sets, who Is now in training for commIssIon in the avIation corps ol the army. Isaac F. Man" has beer Guingis UnderWay $356 Specia 12 ga. Runte. Bros. Pulton Gr a de Double (un .............. Parker Bros. Guns,. 35 12.16,20 gauge... * I RemIngton 12-gauge$35 I 6-shot Repeater... II htwigtHunt WALFORDVS . ; Measure FOROHAM BESTS' CORNELL TEAM Brennan, Forward, ieavig to Demoe, Proves Feature in 27-o-6 Victory. Ithaca. N. Y., Nov. 17.-Porwar4 passing with Brennan shooting fast throws into the waiting arms of De moe and Fitzpatrick. resulted in a smashing victory for Fordham over Cornell on Scho-Ilkopen Field here this afternoon. 27 to 6. Corell's only ecore came on a fluke when Strauss in the last period broke through the Fordham line and bloek ed Brenans punt. Calvin crmlng in from end and dropping .n the bell over the goal line for a touchdown. Pendleton missed the try for goal. Fordham did not score until the seC ond period. Corn'll holding fairly well during the o:ening period, when exchanges of punts featured Hoff man's work h:ne bel-s In the Fordhan line (ulltek played a wonderf offensive gamr. opening fIne hosles I.the C'.rnel forwvarsts. Thomas. Cmiell q Artr lock, who Substituted for Neth-ott. YV In, jured In the last pri, ! and had to retire, in all-Pix Corn T reculais being forced to , %v.- for hurt,. The le-up and sum CorUeIL F*.' 'am bi - ............... Harris ................, T .. .. .... t stiran ................. . ......t iF. Troaitnryle ....se C....... . G ' a a ... .......... ft Perirran .........P T .. ............ G;ufke I p . r. rg. ... ..... ..R . ............. em e Hr fint ........ . .H Cli I Pnd n ...... . 1 . .... rae9etu (Tocdws-Pizar+ E, r e. .st Tin. Goet. frorn tr lss .-l nnan. -. Oh stautinsfingl.Thrna f.r herott. f'arr fo Thomaa. Grmier f PdAeti.on. A i. Trn..e fr lariis. M'rsn for iaerinm. Eaienbradt for Siesellarg-F l(dham Een dicrks is UJir for Althott. 1'rene.y f-r Co-' ti.su. agarn" for l amft. 361ia r for k n, Tine of yeriod.- min,:tm. ENNIS NOTES K YOUNG. appointed am a n5w m, m.t r. and thee t o. with Sainiel I.,7z5:1. e 1 coin po'e the conm.ttee url tp inext elec tion. 'au..a of ens.. r * - shown l its pres. t I' i,-r.',s of the '7o lumbia C. ntiy i'.;I. :rtary Ar thur ihe- sos i m r. pt ,f a Ittr fr'. the Virwry .'lub, of L-., B~c.I e . Cal, cx tending the c 1.' t,- of t at club to any Co lumni-'a ; s , ho, sapect to he in Sout. :n i C ilornia thi wAinter The Invita tion rt -1.d. In lart: ''We are a hompitahle ;ene and anything we have will he at the i Io-al of our guests. uith t.e mingle cxceptisn that certain caipa and trol,h. s of small in. trinsic. but conide r-. asistimental value will be retain. I in ojr posses Rion-if posb"Th- 1b-itar ci-es with the - wript -r Ih i.-nth hc~. -s ss an . - - - dry H- ar a r .. ti WV ,r I -s on on Tra. A -a .-d the I I- n T1 : . . t n t., .*l -f1 Cus gov :n IeIri nn rvS r t.,ir S--' N -lr."n of th. put the i r - i - - ss': s ofics dIl' in av'.' 5-r 'o s *-lss.Mne o't. It -t in the n ursi n i, t l '. . '. . 1it i niet n, w in a. i- u N 'sba and I .uua'- n'' the' in tsint waned. ' r. ..:-n' of .rous! uiff. r 'sh cIn do wiIh-, :z ; h. to Ia i the <sn: . . - , - sIs hn'. . ' & n . i tosd it nh o V, 1-1to 1r. 1 it 'r i r. . n , a t . a Tr'ztt. TDoine ns! . 1, are SIM 1 . Cs '5n 1 . - ;, sw'.of. wl..h clses oi Thu. ..s Dav It the Wais'hIeton Gm r I W nt r Club. and pry.s Et or ",. , th,t the me-n lt :n ' : '1"s i. : . none of .the et1 r sr. I-as' arei of bs-t-r han . . - - I- ad- r hav, marks of Y, 7 and -A r'pL T". nden 1110-: is-tm M. msorlal" event -hih V,a plaed at .'hVy Chnse last wee0k .,, sreo h attract ine fiwur -'0'r..s sch r. Thoa evsnit Is a ,-!Ith I-s -e hslus. mdal plav. the inn. r t .nz d. !areA the club chsinil n f. ; th. s:r Osl two comstpi.i .the f-ll oi- tis yea-r. Th.:re tA no d - 1 that a match I iay ev I h .-Rwn a ri.4 fi. 1d.Te ' hh h.- -,. ', tI make the charm-e in '1. l. of I - o%,'r. for xcntou "tal r ' Mr IHret mann. wis w- ' :. -- t in-mbe of 11- .u1,1h i t'' 1 br:. r'.-r at the lImle of is d. th. w ss a.:. st ho. Iovr 1,s nt- .Ia! txM. ni It. en-~ . S :ent mrsialI trolphy to t hs t-lub ii was felt tit a rmlt ply n .nst wouisld he more app''roprt.. thsan nit on'e"h. I'n de r the ,1 ihstances. It is snt 1 kely that a .hange to match plaU i'I cr h~e madm '-' .-ven if 'nly ('ne lN 5e'r en Ies. riIt .a nch year. M Il'ad and Eddie TYsse. osf Phil aelphIssa. fi,:ureds its in astd tmastch at Wl~siintn last ~sundari when they i's.iskd up agaist Jim tFarnsea. ''f "I'hiily," and Wilfreds teid. sf Wli msints. iIn a fosur-ome for i1-0 Armye ils Transport Tdhascen Funs I. The imct~eod-Loose paiir was '5 te wIth 14 to ilay, and lost the r.-s iihols finally losing out 3 up ands ". R'ichard Beattle. fosrme-- nostur Chaiitaion at Panntoske' n.. aind now assistant professionsal .t Is-brvy Chase,. nmet with a Sers1:s s' . nt recently and will be Out sof the isome for a Imonth at least. Philip E. lsearle won the pitting event st ltinnocskbssrn lsset week. This ghs hIm a Iee ion the "Psii tu'." Mua. A. W. Wlliams, who ha, been playing regulasrly at Bainnockburn fomr a number of ye-ars, Is now at the Plattsh'urg training (wamp on instrue tion work in the war "gm~se. a Layla irgia ~er Needs Here at Low Prices Hfarrington & Richard isngle barrel Hammer Gun; 12 gauge............... Khaki Hunting $.0 Pants.................. Khaki Hunting $10 Coats.. ........ Khaki Leggings.......... 909 Pa. Ave. N. W.