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Maryland Jockey Club Has Listed Big Stake Races for Old Hilltop. Baltimore, Oct. 29.?Now that the last of the New Tork race meeting* of the season of 1918 is finished the i horses of the strongest metropolitan ?tables are gathered In Maryland. The eleven days* meeting of the Maryland Jockey Club' at Plmlico track and the final session of the ?astern season at Bowie. The Pimllco meeting, which prom ises to be the best In the history of the Maryland Jockey Club, the pro grams advertised calling for the distribution of a matter Of $110,000 or $115,000 among the participating horsemen, will be inaugurated on Friday with the running of the In augural steeplechase and a program of first rate overnight events. The l week's stake feature will be the Blkridgn steeplechase renewal on | Saturday, the Elkridge being the Maryland Jockey Club's $3,000 chase I at tiro miles for Jumpers three years old. The order of the running of next 1 week's stakes will be the $10,000 Manly Memorial steeplechase, the Jmil^-and-a-half. on Tuesday: the Baltimore steeplechase, two miles, | and the $5,000 Pimlico autumn hand leap, one mile and a quarter, on Wednesday: the Monumental handi cap. one mile and three-sixteenths, I on Hiursday; the Junior steeple- , chase on Friday, and the Pimlico1 breeders' remount purse and the $5.- j 000 Walden stakes, for 2-year-olds, on Saturday. The Pimlico breeders* remount is to be a race of one mile for J Stallions three years old and over ? for a purse of $2,500. It has been [ added to the Maryland Jockey Club's regular autumn program at | the request of the directors of the remount service of the War Depart- | ment The horsemen who make j nominations in it must all agree to i sell any or all of their horses to i agents of the United States Remount i Service at $1,000 a head. This race i will close on November 2. The stable of A. Kins McComber. I Which consists of the matured cam- j paigners Hollister and Starmaster, j the S-year-olds War Cloud. Motor j Ctop and Hand Grenade, and the 2 year-olds War Pennant. War Marvel j and three or four others of less celeb rity. ? left New York for Maryland today, as did also the stables of SamuH C. Hildreth. W. R. Coe. John 8anford. Andrew Miller. J. J. Hal lenbeck and Richard T. Wilson. The Hildreth stable, which includes the brilliant 2-year-olds Purchase. Cirrus and Lord Brighton, the 3-year-olds Lucullite. Out of the Way. Regal' Lodge and Princeps. and the veteran Campaigners Sunflash 2nd and Strom- i bo' is one of the strongest of the ! metropolitan establishments that will take part in Maryland racing through Wtiat remains of this month and throughout No\ember. The main strength of the Coe es tablishment is to be found in the ^year-old department, of which Over Ttnre. Herodias. Polygon. Tickletoe, j ^"nderfire. Sweep On and Terentia arc | the smartest members. 'And with j ?lese youngsters William Karrick is' bringing to Maryland Hal K. Knapp's j good Vulcain colt. Thuuderclap. the! winner of four or five races at Aque- I tact, Jamaica and Yonkers. ? Corntassel. a better horse this fall, :han he has been in two seasons. >a? Ibe best known and most successful j Sid horse in the Wilson stable. This j finported son of Santoi will be ae- I iHnpanied by the 3-year-olds Whip- j poorwill. Wyomind and Woodthrush. | ind the 2-year-olds Hannibal. Thun lerstorm and Thistledon. For Mr. Hallenheck F. M. Taylor is bringing j tgie 2-year-old Young Adam, the 3- i rear-old Sahrestra and the veteran Housemaid, which is racing with nuch success this fall after several laasons at the stud. Mr. Sanford'3 liaryland campaigners are mostly 2 rear-olds. notauly Tuscaloosa. Alphee, Fuvenescence. Marchesa 2d. and Cha teaubriand. IEINA MERCEDES IS HELP TO MIDDIES Annapolis. Md., Oct. 29.?The] earchlight of the station ship Reina' lercedes has been pressed into [ lervice to furnish ilumination fori be Middies' football practice in the I ate afternoons since the change of} Ime went into effect. The footballs i tsed in practice have been painted | rhite as a further aid to visibility. Capt. Ingram was on the field to- ! lay^and seemingly in good condi- I Ion. but the doctors may not let j im go in against the Philadelphia1 larines next Saturday. Roberts, j he old Colgate back, also was in h* practice today, and Ewen, who 9 recovering from lumbago, expects I o get in tomorrow. Bill Butler, rho plays half, will be out for a few | lays with an Injured foot. NEWS WELCOMED AT STATE. Jyrd's Athlete? Glad Hopkins Will j Have Eleven. College Park. Md.. Oct 29. ? The | ?wi that Johns Hopkins will put football eleven on the field was Itfelved here with Joy. In recent ?ars State has regarded the annual tianjfsgiving Day Hopkins battle as he biggest of the season. It is un stated the State-St. Johns battle iMritsgiving Day will not give way annual classic between Hop- I inV^and State. * 1 RACING Laurel Park ictober Meeting 1st to 31st Inc. First toe 1:45 P. M. Eifht Races Today Admission. $1.65, Inclndmf War Tax. ?dies, $1.10; Boxes, $3.30. **. ft O. race train leaves I'alea lea at 12 .30 p. m. % LAUREL SELECTIONS. First Race?Charlie Leydecker, Wheat Cakes. Ina Kay. Second Race?Kingston Pier, Pe beto. New Haven. Third Race?Rout 1 edge, Krfot, His Sister. Fourth Race?'Franklin, Smart Money. Slippery Kim. Fifth Race-Can so. Tombolo, John I. Day. 81xth Race?Peerless One, Saints Bridge. Monoraoy. Seventh Race?Sandman 2nd, Bierman. Starflnch. Klghth Race? Blasonry, Dodlna, Bravada. ?One best bet. IGENERAL WOOD STARTED TECH "Iron Man" of Army Or ganized Team at Atlan ta, Heisman Putting It on Map. | Atlanta. Ga.. Oct. 29. ? Georgia jTech, which has risen to football greatness during the past three [years, knew gridiron glory in an 1 other era. And that was in the days when Leonard Wood, now a general j in the United States army, fought ! under its standard a quarter of a I century ago. I Tech men today, although proud I of the achievements of Strupper, 1 Guyon, Carpenter, Harlan. Hill, | Fincher and the other satellites of I this generation, never cease to re count the tales of General Wood's | prowess back in that period when , football was new in the Southland. The Georgia School of Technology .was founded hi 1890?and two years I later it recruited its first eleven. It I was largely due to Wood's efforts I that football, then little played in i the South was* introduced in Tech. Wood was husky, powerful?and full of fight. He wanted some ac 1 tion out of school hours during the autumnal days. I "Let's get together a football . team." Wood suggested. ] "Oh. it's too warm here in Geor- i gia for football." he was told. But Wood didn't think so. He ' kept harping on the football sub- i ject. Finally he interested enough i of his classmates to get together a* team."\Then Tech went out after! games. It got a few. and the results i of those game gave Georgia Tech considerable prestige. Wood not only started football at i Tech. but he coached the team and ! played on it. too. "The Iron Man," they used to call him. because Wood seemed absolutely unhurtable. The ; way Wood tore up things on the' I Southern gridirons is a story that is j j still told and re-told to freshmen.} I ever eager to hear of the athleticj glories of their alma mater. I For nine years before Heisman's I advent Georgia Tech had won just ! one game in more than sixty pom- | I bats. But in Heisman's first year j Georgia Tech played nine games-7-j I and wone eight of them. In 1905?; Heisman's second year?Georgia Tech won all of its nine games?to the amazement of the Southern football world. "Old Grads" were stunned?with joy; under-graduates I began to whoop it up again as did 1 those students in the days of Wood. And then began the "golden foot ball era" for Georgia Tech. Year after year Tech scheduled games with tougher and tougher foes, j Soon it became looked upon as a | college that turned out the greatest football teams in the South. Its fame soon spread beyond the Mason and Dixon Line, but it was not until 1915 that Tech began to attract na tional attention and took ranking with the greatest elevens in | America. PENN IS PREPARING FOR LAFAYETTE GAME Philadelphia. Oct. 29.?Hollenback | started the Penn football squad on] a harder course of practice tonight! j in order that the Red and Blue may be at its best for the game against j I I*afayette Saturday. The whole stu I dents' army training corps from | Easton is expected to come down to I see the game. I McNichol is still out of the llne ! up on account of his injured eye i and Joe Straus is still having trou I ble with his arm. Braun went in at ! fullback today and showed up so | well that he is in line for a regu 1 lar berth. The schedule still hangs I Are pending some word from Cor jnell, which is expected tomorrow. Coofblin "on Way Orer." Bill Coughlin. the famous Detroit I third baseman, is now on the high I seas bound for France as a Knights of Columbus secretary. Bill went i abroad to help Johnny Evers, al 1 ready over there as a K. of C. sec ! retary to arrange baseball games for | our boys and also to teach the sport | j to our allies. LAUREL ENTRIES. FIRST RAin*, for J-rear-olds and np: six furlong*. T**ie as Steel, 114; Charlie L?5de<*er. 109: Onion. 1?: xSybil. US; x Loft us. 106: ina Kay. Ill; Rapid Firer, 109; June Bug. MO; x Blaise, 106; Sir Edgar, 111; Maud Baron. 106: Wheat Cakes. .MB; xKor fhage. 106. Alan eligible?Irene. 108; Tan II., 106; Whisgenng Hope. 106: Blaaeaway, 111; C. A. Oomiakey, Malvolio, 106. SECOND RACE?The Red Coat steepierhaae handicap, for 3-year-olds and up; two mile*. Pebeto, 146; W. P\ Knebelkamp. 139: Kings town Pier. 143: Fender. 135; New Haven. 110; I Thistle Queen. 132. THIRD RACE-The Prarleas pur*. (or 2-1 year-olds; six furlongs. Routledge. 118; Knot, 166; The Dmuphin, 104; My Friend. 115; His | Slater. M6; Rhajea, 101 Day Due. 106; Brides I man. 104. j FOURTH RACE-The Victory Liberty Bond I handicap, for 3-year-old* and up; mile and a 1 wxteenth Franklin. 110; Aurum. 106; Smart Money. 113; xSlippery Elm, 106: Valor, 110. FIFTH RACE-The Convoy pone, for 3 yearoid*; one mile. Tombolo. 107; John I. Day. 104; Juanita III., 101; Kate Bright, 104; Canao. 104; Red Sox. 104. SIXTH RACE?Selling, for 3-year-olds and tip; mile and a sixteenth. Monomo;. 110; Backboard. 107; Saint's Bridge. 101; Peerlesa One. 109. Ceito. 104: Obolns. 107 Prunes. 102. SEVENTH RACE-Claiming, for 3-yearokla land up; mile and a sixteenth. Boxer. 113; I Early Sight. 100 Grey Eagle 111; Paaza. 101; I Arbitrator. 109; Scotch Woodcock, 104; xDr ' Campbell. 106. Fairly. 1? xStar Finch. 104; Mandman II.. 116. Cliff Field. 109; xBierman. Ill; Dartworth. 169; Candidate II.. 104 Clark M.. U3; Amalgamator. 169 Alan eligible? Captain Ray. 109; Obotaa, 113; xDoc Meals, 104. Goblin. MM: Saint a Bridge. MM*. EIGHTH RACE-Claiming. for 3-year-olds and up; mile and a sixtenth. Edie Henr>. 113; Dr. Charcot. W9 Almino. 169; Lata, 106; Valapar, 104; xCharley McFerran, M4; Bra ?ado. Ul; Crumpaall. \m Say. 109; Dolina 106; Babette. 101; Bucknail. '.09. Blue Ban nock. 109; Blasonry. 108; Senator Broderick. 104; xBec Hampnon. 106. Also eligible?Golden Bantam. 106: Dave Campbell. 169, Veldt. IK; Btftuor Mi; Euttnw, W. MOORE WILL BATTLE FOR ENGLISH TROPHY New York, Oct. 29.-It has been decided to send Ritchie Mitchell, the crack Milwaukee light-weight, and PaJ Moore, the Memphis bantam weight. as the representative* of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station to London, where they will compete In thfe big boxing show for the King's trophy which is to be held there on December 11 and li. Both men have been doing great boxing at the sta- j tlon and the commander picked them [ to make the trip. BE FRANK AN EASY WINNER; Ensor Pilots Calumet Stable Colors in Front in Po- j tomac Handicap. Laurel. Md , Oct ?.-After the star event of yesterday and the all-star card of last Saturday today's racing at the Maryland State Fair appeared a triffle tame, although two handi caps were decided. Be Frank. from the Calumet stables, romped down In front an easy winner in the Potomac handicap, while j. Rasseter'i Passing Showers landed the honors in the Olendale liberty bond handicap. These Stakes were the features of the afternoon entertainments. The croes country affair in which Klyslan from the Donohue stall, ran ??t:/*used Kreat excitement as two ^en^r,,rfn7h"ln'--,h? Jwkev Huff "ix,h race ?hen JOCKe> Huff riding in the Moore silks f" rr? thro?wn fr?m ? mill ^ e Judses' stand in this m l* ""d seventy yard hike trirk,eynSd'rh.frTK,heMe,ro'w"t?" v? made his debut in Maryland y capturing the honors in the first pUcini" n *K?eVre aml fo"?wed up by Placing Duchess Late in second posi Frank" down ,Wh"e he brOU*ht ?"Kn ,n front in the feature The-nT pea red ^ handlclp'u'llp'? ! fr?. y.? poor 'tarts right in Be pr,?IJ stand in this m?e race Be Frank was left flat footed at the post. but through clever riding Ey ?h" fi? radP UP "?me dista"? in b?w ' K?JUr,?n8:? and >h? late who challenged Trans- j SfcrTfc "jfiST&l way mark Enaor ramdeAVi. Aov;i and soon wa? neck and neck with Translate. This clever little Marv I land pilot made his bid at the" half- | mne pole and although he was giv- I TrlnsU.VV rr#k'n* thr1"'" with I ans,ate. he turned into th#? ctr^t^u a length behind the ?.d^ng ' mon Ensor took the overhand I fTrhs',P | feature of *i5 proved th<> real reature of the afternoon as seven I Ms move .f rlC ?"' on made nis move at the next to the last lumn winning from this distance as he Pleased. Royal Arch. Capt Rail Parr*! KythSm7thhU JOCk at th* J-- I but thL. ? W.a" aever*'y Shook up i " "f hor,Uesy ss: tell at the eighth hedge. Both Jock eys rolled over and c^uld have recover ZX ptX Kle.^ruy time "nd,ns were balled over in six thetroJh? i <'?v.rU"' " En80r "tarted wlth M.iL the J1""' when he won with Manoevre. Dainty Lady was ^h0eTH^n?.,^,:rl"t,?? Hol'V third. !n Jud?? "* Shelk ?dded to the M?r.? V .1. Wln"er from thirteen Dm-he" r ? furlnn* dash, while Duchess Lace landed the place and ta? ^rV faVOrUe' wa" for?d to Happy Valley scored in the sixth H.n ,hCa nK Goldcreet Boy and Sam money horses, to the wire while the favorite. Col. Cluff. was no found ?n the seventh Widow Bedotte. along with Oalla uress and Wodan. scored in the money while the only Yodellng. the public's choice, was knocked down. Queen of the Sea nosed out Dan and Valals in the eighth number of the card. 5,A?~Pnr --r?*roId?. claiming; ?li Mimn, l Ambrose), UJO, i: ;o 5 so tm' Lma>' IP"*"). 11.00. ?_?. third, Christie Hotter (Hamilton 31.90. S''k S nT'"""' KWr* Prtnee. ?<*etma, Swwpi?, Weymouth Brtlrio' l'""-"1' Oirt. (reorjfa Elliot also ran. SECOND RACB-fWeepleehaae. for 3-year lffl : J.'" mil": n^'*n 'ErirtKml. SJO' i? W*""r To"1 33J- thlrd-, nonnsrrtl. (Tirlor) 140. ?'m; Imi?rti.lltj' Bonne Cause ""1 ChStry Stone .1? r?n. THIRD RACE -Kor 3-ye.r-nldv *lllnj; lit Uprtini Shrtk (KelMr), 3? ThYji ITU'' L*''" (Knsort, 4.10. IX; itiiw. B?b?r? (Kiiramtr). 4.? Time 1 15 w fc-numsu. Dotti, Vsadiver. Ulll.n Hh?w. Rt. oT.?n!T' x J""*' Em" Po?u l*rt?jn<l Swell r]?i ran. " RAr& Th? l"?lom.e Huidicp for f"., -f- 0,11 ? "?n; MTOnd, Trudste (Luns-1 T out; third, Monnnn (Schuttinflert *** ,lm Time. 1 :38 1 5 FIFTH RACE?The Grwndsie Liberty Bond 2-'e?r^di ?od npirtrtf: ,ii fur- I ,,^r*. Shower tO.II.h.nl, 7.50 3 80 ! -SO, ?eoood, Bui(Thurberl, ?,40, 2.10 thiid Dr John^ Ambnivi 2?. Time 113. aad Net Whin al^, r<n and upward. I el. nuns, one mile and aernt; rardi Hanrr mukk^ i?rrolLL.8TO' 8'5C; ?"?. Sam Hill SEVBNTH RACK?For ^e.,* ^ Widow (St^rl?^* TtT"'m \ ond. daiU -t?re^ ULT^i i li jw lt,^" Refnffee "ainrfordl. ?40^ta, 7;45 W2^ I "T' ^,^1 "lOr; Ud' -MGHTH RAC? For 3-mroM. and n? *;r 7uir?iTtL,V"M" . .A. ir* Mirza, Polroma. G. M Mil Wood ^o",et ^r r.:"0"" - Modesty Forbids "Terry" as One of Best Infielders in Ban B.'s Circuit. Terry Turner, whose fourteen years of experience and acquaintance with players' ability in the Amertaan League qualify him to speak, was asked to name what he considered ' the best American I>eague team of all time. Oddly enough, Turner was I quite positive in the selections he made except when it came to third base, the position he played so well | himself for years. | Turner could not decide between ' Jimmy Collins and Bill Bradley for : third. | Turner's all-American League team i follows: Pitchers, Addie Joss. Cy j Young. Walter Johnson. Ed Walsh. j Bube Waddell; catchers. Billy Sulli [ van, Bay Schalk; first base, Hal I Chase: second base. Nap Lajoie; : shortstop. Bobby Wallace; third base. I Bill Bradley or Jimmy Collins; out fields, Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, Elmer , Flick. I About the other positions. Turner jsaid: "I would pick Lajoie. in pref j erence to Eddie Collins, for second base, for only in one respect was i Collins the superior of Lajoie. That j was in base running. Take Larry | in his prime and he would cover ! more ground and make plays that I Collins would not get. And there never was a harder hitter than Lajoie since I broke into the game On the third base question Turner | said: "In some ways I think Brad I ley was the better. Bill could field | bunts down the line better than any man I ever saw and get his man (without straightening up. But Col | lins could go over the bag and get some that Bradley would just whis tle at as they went by. **I would place Stuffy Mclnnis next ! to Hal Chase as a first baseman. When Hal was in our league he (pulled off plays that made other first baseman look like amateurs, j I guess no one will argue with me j on Cobb and Speaker in the out I /*eld. My choice of Flick may oc-I casion aon\e surprise, but there was ! 1 an outfielder who was a great hit | ter, thrower, fielder and baierunner. He could do anything and was al I ways in the best of shape until just I before he quit the game. For an | ! extra outfielder and pinch hitter I ! would select Sam Crawford. For j an extm inflelder George Stovall ; would be good enough for me. "Sizing up the shortstops. Chap i man. Scott. Peckinpaugh. Weaver. I^avan. Donie Bush, Monte Cross, Lec Tannehill. Jack Barry. McBride and I others, my vote would go to Bobby Wallace, who was the best short stop I evv saw. He was a short-) stop who combined great mechanical ability with uncanny judgment and more than average brains. I select ed him as my model when I broke j in and in all the games we played against St. I>ouis 1 do not believe he ever handled a ground ball that ; 1 was not observing him closely. | When I broke in I could not go to I my right. I studied Wallace until I! | learned how. No one ever taught ! me how to field. What success I | have attained was due to watching; j Wallace, and that is all there is to it. j "I'd be willing to stand pat on the array of pitchers that I have picked. I J Cy Young was a great pitcher until 1909. Addie Joss was a wonder for j nearly ten seasons. Ed Walsh held i i the White Sox up year after year. Bube Waddell w^s the greatest left- I hander ever in the league, wjiile Wal- | I ter Johnson is the best pitcher in i the league today." JACK SHARKEY IS CLIMBING TO TOP Eastern ring critics speak favorably | of Jack Sharkey, a bantam, who is I slashing his way to the front much : as did Kid Williams when he bios- | st med out of Baltimore. Jack Sharkey, who came within an j ace of knocking out Dick Loadman, i conqueror of Johnny Ertle, at the ball I park recently in Buffalo, proved he . is one of the best bantams produced in a long time. Although only nine- ; teen. Jack has met and defeated ihe I best boys in his class. Sharkey started his boxing career at the old Fordon A. C., on Grand street. Philadelphia, as a bantam weight. and until this day he has never weighed more than the leglti- | mate bantam poundage in all his Dat . ties. ?While boxing preliminary boys,1 Sharkey was a terror. Seeing he was , hurting the club's attendance by knocking out all the East Side favor- ! ites, Sharkey was cast aside by the Fordon promoters and for a while ne decided to quit the ring. Knowing that Sharkey could de- 1 velop Into a good bantamweight, Joe Wagner. Jack's present manager, took J Sharkey under his wing and since , that time Sharkey has never been knocked off his feet, although he has fought such hitters as Kid Williams, Pete Herman, Joe Burman, Joe Lynch. Joe Tuber and Benny Coster. A few weeks ago Sharkey trounced Herman in a Philadelphia ring and arrangements are being mado to have 'jack meet Herman In a twenty-round , bout for the title next month. AFTER HUGO BEZDEK. < ' Uncle Sam Wants Him to Serve on Raycroft Commission. State College, Pa., Oct. 29.?Becauso of his success with mass athletics at Pennsylvania State, the War De partment today requisitioned the serv ices of Hugo Bezdek, the State col lege physical education expert. He is wanted to serve with the Raycroft Commission on Training Camp Activities as a supervisor on physical education in one of the seven districts into which the country has been divided for the purpose of stand-' ardizing athletic activities in the S. A. T. C. colleges and army camps. When the War Department learned that Bezdek some weeks ago launch ed the mass athletics Idea success fully at Penn State for the first time in American colleges President Sparks was asked to relieve him temporarily so that he might institute similar systems of recreative sports at camps and other Eastern colleges. Tender and Callahan. | Philadelphia, Oct. 29.?Lew Tendler I and Frankie Callahan, of New York, i were matched yesterday to box in the I National Athletic Club's show next j Saturday night. These boys met once I before at the Olympla and put up a great fight. Tendler, as soon as the j match was made, started in to train. I His hand, hurt in his fight with George Chaney, has mended nicely 1 during his enforced layoff. Another I bout for Saturday night's show is be tween Tom Cowler and Jack Bren ner *" NIGHT LIST. The following casualties are re ported by the commanding general of the American Expeditionary j Forces: Killed in action I Died of wounds 6 Died from accident and other causes 2 Died of disease 12 Wounded severely 30 Wounded (degree unde termined) 74 Wounded slightly 76 Missing in action 8 Total 210 Killed la Actios. Corporal V. C. Pentx, Dorcestar Center. Mass. Private Louis Haycox, Ancona, 111. Private W. A. O. Hoff, Chicago, 111. Died of Woanto Capt. O. T. Falk, Menominee, Mich. Lieut. L. H. Evans. Nephi, Utah. Sergt. W. A. Monath. Miami, Fla. Corporal W. L. Mclntlre, Hawler,, Ohio. Private D. E. Cummings, Beach-! mont, Mass. j Private Edw. Duffy, Chicago, 111. | Died from Accident and Other I Cannes. Lieut. Harry A. Gross, Chicago, I1L j Private A. R. Christensen, Dagmar, j Mont. Died of Disease. Sergt. R. B. Marshall, Bourbon. Miss., PRIVATES. Chas. W. Hafer, Clrclevllle, Ohio. | Alfred J. Hartwlck. Wlnamac, Ind.j Dolphus Herring, Glenville, Ga. Wiley Hlnes, Crentle, Tenn. ' Wm. A. Hirzel, Cleveland, Ohio. Marlon E. Houston, Mahl, Tex. Girret Kershergen, Rock Valley,' Iowa. Alfred R. Kipling, Brooklyn, N. T. Frank Lazenby. Thompson, Ga. Sam McLaughlin, Maxton, N. C. Shad Pugh. Fort Mitchell. Ala. YVoandrd Severely, LIEUTENANTS. I Wm. O. Morgan Highland Park. 111. Howard F. Rosrf. Blanchester. Oho. SERGEANTS. Frank V. Gillie, Tonawanda. N. T. Chas. Fletcher, Kalamazoo. Mich. CORPORALS. Clifford T. Burtt, Twin Falls, Idaho. Marshall C. Fowler. Hamlet. N. C. Joseph Kelly. Philadelphia, Pa. BUGLERS. William A. Reilly, New York. N. Y. Wm. H. Chase, Jr., Nantucket, Mass. PRIVATHS. Glen C. Allen. Sidney, Mont. Noah Bisker. Yoe, Pa Louis P. Brindau. Detroit. Mich. Angelo Cataldi. Layton, Pa. Rex N. Garrett. Cherokee, Iowa. David Ginsburgh. New York. N. Y. James E. Hill. Chateaugay. N. Y. Osc^r Mack. Weylng Water, Nebr. June L. Parks, Seagrove, N. C. Peter Pongt>n, Cle Elum. Wash. Donald A. Pullen, Hamden, Ohio. James W. Roark, Roanoae, va. Robert R. Rupprecht. Adams. Mass. Frank W. Ryan, Boston, Mass. P. B. Spanker, New Bavaria, Ohio. Harry E. Thames. Brooklyn. N. Y. Harry J. Carny, Sharon. Mich. Bernard J. Cosby. Mid Cathaln, Va. Albert Fritz. Berlin. Wis. ' Gustave Hollenback. Nanticoke, Pa.. Otis E. Hoyt, Haverhll. Mass. Woasded la Action (Degree Unde termined.) Leut. J. G. C. Conrad. Libby, Mont. SERGEANTS Leon R. Klrschke, Philadelphia, Pa. H. G. Morrell. State College. Pa. C. G. Rego, New York Mills. N. Y. Joseph B. Schleicher. Chicago, 111. i August C. Ppajncr, Brooklyn, N. Y. M. A. Warner. Sault Ste Marie. Mich. Walter Wiener, Gallon, Ohio. Henry Zucker, Rosebush. Mich. CORPORALS. Curtis L Byerly, Owoaso. Mich. Edward Howard, Pittsburgh. Pa. Herbert Huessner. Jamaica, N. Y. John D. Mills, Chicago, Ilh Roy Murlatt, Harrlsbucg. Pa. Frank L. Shade. Pittsburgh. Pa. Herman C. Slocum, May wood. III. Ernest G. Talley, Buckville, Ark. Earl H. Titus, Philadelphia. Pa. Phillip Vanderhinst. Detroit, Mich. BUGLERS. George A. Reiff. Yonkers. N. Y. Jos. D. Rosenberg. New York, N. Y. Walter Zimmerman. Philadelphia. Pa. Mechanic Edwin Sutcliffe, Uxbridge. Mass. PRIVATES. Mell All red. Wills Point. Tex. Luther L. Andrews. Addison. Ala. S. W. Bergbauer, Philadelphia. Pa. Emll V. Bergqulst, Superior, Wis. Wm. H. Blanchard, Buffalo. N. Y. Thos. P. Cahraman. Richmond. Va. John J. Carlin, jr., Brooklyn. N Y. Angelo Carlino, New York. N. Y. Jacob S. Cray, Rutledge, Mo. Edward L. Cormier, Marlboro. Mass. James Cusack, New York, N. Y. Arthur R. Foster. Brooklyn. N. Y John L. Fran con!. Dallas. Tex. Tom Hutchison. Lampasas. Tex. Andrew Keshnakox, Vilna Vileka Koloveshi, Russia. George W. Knierim. East Strouds burg, Pa. Waclaw Kobierski. Racine. Wis. Johq Michael Kociban. Farrell. Pa. William I^awlor. Philadelphia. Pa. Thad Martin. Girard, Ala. Elmer W. Miller. Fosston. Minn. Ray F. Montague, Somerfleld, Pa. Edward Musil, New York, N. Y. George Niles, Baraboo. Wis. Thos. F. O'Halloran. Worcester, Mass. John J. Pollock. Btnghamton. N. Y. Alex Rabideaux, Odanah, Wis. Henry W. Raino, Whitehall. N. Y. Ralph J. Reynolds, Elmlra Heights. N. Y. W. E. Roebuck. Mahanoy City, Pa. Elvtis Rosselli. Petaluma, Cal. F. E. Rouse, Colorado Springs. Col. Joseph Russo. New York. N. Y. Willis A. Sadler, Philadelphia. Pa. Louis Sarfene. Carbondale. Pa. Leo D. Shattuck, Sparta. Mich. James C. Sheely. Redmond. Ore. Sam Sims. Cuarters. N. M. j F. V. Skidmore. New York. N. Y. F. C. Sullivan. N. Cambridge. Mas?. Mike Surynt. Grand Rapids. Mich. Leo H. Trembly. Monroe. Mich. Fred J. Vt.n Dyke, Athens. Ohio. Walter H. Waidley. Aurora. 111. Frank Walcsyk. Detroit. Mich. William Weinrich, Brooklyn. N. Y. C. A. Weiss, jr., Richmond Hill, >* Y. Leonard A. Welch. Nilwood. III. Peter Weyer. Marshfleld. Wis. James T. Williams. Defiance. Pa. J. B. F. Williamson, Brantley, Ala. Slightly Wounded. LIEUTENANT. C. W. Merrell, Newark. N. J. MASTER ENGINEER. Richard D. Leaf. Pottatown, Pa. SERGEANTS. Leslie G. Dodge. Avalon. Wli. Herbert McKeown. Dayton. Ohio. Harry McKlnney. Grantsburg. 111. Edward Mack. Milwaukee. Wis. Oliver C. Weiser. Philadelphia. Pa. CORPORALS. Roy E. Blanchard. Grand Rapids. Mich. H. D. Crothers, Grand Rapids, Mich. Allen C. Duff. Crandon. Wis. Samuel P. Graham, Gallatin. Mo. William R. Kephart. McKee. Pa. Percy McDermott. Rochester. N. Y. Jasper Maddrell. South Wayne. Wia Clyde Martinson, Alpena. Mich. Elwood W. Kiel. Kingston. N. T. Theodore K. Schmidt. Madison. N. W. 8. Bchober. Ontonagon. Mich James E. Watts. Olean. N. T. Furber L. Whltmlre. Central. 8. ? WAGONER. Earl W. Anderson. Westfleld. N. j MECHANIC Adolf Gucat. Perth Amboy. N. J. PRIVATES. John Abramczky, Detroit. Mich Edward Ackley. Lansing. Mich. Gustav Alfredson, EdaneJ Sweden John V. Chermak. Ulysses. Nebr. Gilbert K. Clancy. Brooklyn. N.J Floyd F Cronln. Greenwood. Wl | Glen E. Curtis. Amherst. Ohio, f John C. Dulven. Grand Rapids, M| 1 D. D. Dunning. Wheeling. W. Va | Harold J. Emmer, Hartford. | Paul E. Ervlng. Beverly. Mass John P. Foster. Hedgevllle. Ky ! John Gordon, Piney Fork. Ohio, j William Guesswein. Harvey, N. ; Earl Harris. Philadelphia. Pa. Llewelyn Jones, New York, N. (William Keisllng. North ? And^ I Mass. ? Vincent Keller, Mount Pleasant] |G. F. Kerkpatrick, Richland C< Wis. | Walter Klnsey, Dover. Ohio. Arthur H. Kltson. Chestnut t August F. Llnd. Detroit. Mich.| Jno. N. McClure. Pittsburgh; j Jno. P. McDevltt. Philadelphia.] Relnhart Mac heel. Fox Lake, Harry Mandziara, Donegal, Pa Elmer E Martin. Phillips. Wl Samuel T. Mitchell, Petoskey, j John Moffatt, New York, N. Charles S. Moore, Thousand Park. N. Y. William T. Moore. Utlca. N. Jan. Rambtdct. Hamtramck. Alvln Rldg^liy, Buffalo, N. Yj I Thomas Roberta, Wallls, Tex. John M. Rose, Baltimore, M< Boleslaw Roszkl. 8outh Nebr. v Emil Rothschmltt, Brooklyn? Y. Rudolph J. Rung, Buffalo, N. Alvin C. Sauer. Jackson, Mil Hans H. Schroeder, Spokane, Roy M. Sherman. Aurora, n| [Jacob R. Shive, Fern dale, Pj | Walter W. Smith, San Pedi William Smith, Talladega, Wm. T. Speerman, Baltimore Conrad Stolzcnbach, Juncti^City, Ohio. John Thompson, Montlcello, John I. Van Iderstine. HuiSlton. N. Y. Wayne A. Waterman, Chili, Joseph Wawrzyk. Munhall. David Whittington. Grays Christopher Whyte. New Yofl,F- Y. John Wlnkowskl, Buffalo, Missing la Action.I IJeut. Cassius H. Style*. So/ Vt. 1 Corp. H. C. Roop, MansfleJ PRIVATES. Ruben A. Bennett, MilwaulAWla. John C. Borneburg. MillvalSV Corrado Corradino, PortlanMle Jame? F. Houlihan, New vHlN. Y. Ralph Dewitt King. Crete, Wm. E. Thuraton. Mount Me. MARINE CORP^~ | The following casualties Jlfeport ed by the commanding genBd of the American Expeditionary Fj Killed in action Died of wounds receive* tion M. 1 Died of disease K~--. - - 41 Wounded in action (sev^p)... 3 Wounded in action <dej determined* M. .. 1 Missing in action ?_? 19 In hands of enemy.. Total Killed la Aetl Private Eben Bradbury; buryport. Mass. Died of Woanda Recelv Private N. Peterson, I Died of DIaf MaJ Harold D. McLac geles, Cal. First Lieut. Richa Bloomington. Ill Second Lieut. Frank C. delphia. Pa. Marine Gunner Carl . Grand Forks. N. Da Sergt. Ray T Bragg CORPORA I Henry D. Anderson. F Ind. John H. Morgan, Aus Daniel O. York. Met PRIVATE Cecil M. Barnett, Dur Edwin Berg. Brandon, Thos. T. Bridges. Inv J. R. Brighton. Salt Charles W. Coffey. 5 Eugene R. Durand. B; Early O. Forristall George R. Glantz. H F. R. Goudv, Cannoi Louis Halperin. Jers Clair D. Harvey. N Joseph J. Hoesch. Wm. O. Jarnagin. B Jens J. Jensen. Win William G. Judkin? David W. Loper. I Ralph M. McAdams. Charles P. McClure Wilson A. Morris. J Henry C. Mautz. P Early O. Forristall, Abner O. Partain. Thomas L. Robbins, Jay E. Roberts. Glj Henry Schmidt, Ci E. Le G. Schuler Ulysses R. Servat. J. W. Showers. Cy Harry S. Smith S John M. Sutton. B Philip S. Trulock. William J. Walsh Frank E. Wolfkill Wounded In A Sergt. Leo J. Li Corp. Fred A. W ?traded la Aet te Pvt. J. A. O'Krie Mlsaln COR W. L Calrert, T. F. Ellis. Fall Harold T. fctoy. PRI W. A. Bailey. S F. R- Bucklew j William F. Bur James W. Cllft. Ralph Corder. Thos. J. Corlet Floyd Dobson Toney Eads. I Action. Idaho. Lqs An Bovdston. f. Phila flementsou. i?egn. Cal it I^ake. kYex. >ro. Ill (Ok la Miss. Ity. Utah n. Va. Iowa. ,do. exa?. Md la, Minn. N. J Mich IOWH. >rt. Texas. Nebr. Texa^ kgeles. fork. N V. tte. Miss. Iowa ?hia, Pa do. Trx. es. Tcxhs. Ity. Ala ler. Kan = iti. Ohi L Pa ?ette, I-a. Ind 111. Tenn. mrg. Ky igo. Ill idelphia. Ta. fitr^ator. 111. Norristown. Tnde ilnnatl. Ohio. Wells Trx Mass. illo. Idaho Jas. M. Fetterf^H^grgtown. Ohio. Harry Greensp&%rlngflHd. Mass. John E. GriggsBBo, Ky. Percy A. Stant?,\fa(ihanis. N. Y. Geo. J. R. VeiUfeenfleld. Mass. Bryan P. 'Wellflli Witt. Ark. Orvllle D. Wh?ltogwo od. W. Va? Robt. L Woodl^ipiajn city. Ohio. Solon. Olnc rood. W. ^H 41. Kan?, inati. Ohi" ton, Ohio. York. N Y , Minn. ?ings. Mo. Private W. J. j Mont. Killed la Ae ported ftej Private Wm. Utah. Severely W? Iooi.It Pvt. J. F In Hands of ported Fred H. Domi an. Lewistown. evlonsly Rf" Wa?ad*d. t Salt Lak<- City. ? hi Action. Ti*t Mlaalng* klineivlle. Ohio. Previously Re I la Action. L Louis, Mo. The followl^ ed by the con American Exl Killed in acq ?titles are report - Eg general of the ?ary Forces. from wound* S f>ied from accident 1 t>led of disease 21 I'ounded severely 23 bounded (decree undetermined)... S3 SVounded slightly 14 Haalnf In action XI ToUl 130 Killed 1b AftUs. Dieut. Col. Wm. E. Holllday, Santa. Monica, Gal. TRIVATE8. Orajio Alaace. g. Manchester, Conn. Ignatius Blsa?, Tacoma, Waah Harr>' Brown. Cheater. Pa BurtcheaJl Odom. Blakely, Ga. Nlcholaa I>ematti. New York, N. Y. Donald Alden Guest. Ot?enro. Mich. Edward A. Hantachke, Brooklyn. N Y. John J. fCerberj?. Jeffersonvllle, Ind. Charlea E. Kuhlthau. Delaware. Ohio. E. W. Rogillio. Rofrilliovllle. I A. Martin Saar, Buffalo. N. Y. Died from M oindi. ? Corp. Cliffori Oarmier, N. Bedford. j privates. I Hr?okl>n. N Y Bartholomew F. Butl? Broookiyn. ' I ,ordon Atlanta. Ga. ' Soloman Leo. Cubbage. Ky Oacar Swanaon. Helsingberg. Sweden >?led from AnMcaL Private Joa. A. Riley, Queens, N. T. *f IMwur. IJJUJf- 'ff?rd G. Park. Dexter. Me 1 ' 5"? A Laucks. Newark. N. J. 7i ^ m Hampton. Engllshtown. Busier w. H. Cabanne. St. UUi. Mo. PRIVATES. Jf?' Jf- Behle, Lancaster, Ohio. Krnest Behrena. New York, N. y. i-rneat M. Bell, Lexington. Mo! Harem e Boyd. Abbeville, s. c iw? V ?"<*""? Miinneapolis. Minn. J c ni B"rn"- Lo* Angeles. Cal. Clendenln. Mechanicsburg. Pa. j John B. Gonlin. Madiaon. Wia. Howard Hurat. Greenville. Ml ax A" Jol>naon, Galveaton. Tex. iGllea Jonea. West Point. Mlaa. | Steve Mtkolayewalti Plymouth. Pa. 'nt. 4 Powers. Nasville. Mich. .Otto Wagner. Maystown. III. bam Warren, jr.. Alfalfa, La Stanley W.'a?hburn. Hlllaboro. Ohio. Max A W'eiaa. Woodbine. Iowa. W ounded Severely. SERGEANT8. Lawrence Aubury. Houghton. Mich. , Auclaire. Central Falls. R I Nelson W. Moyer. Lebanon. Pa CORPORALS. Harry Allard. Menominee. Mich. V. J. Laplante. Pawtucket. R. I John Toohey, Waltham. Mas.? Cecil M Tuttle, Waco. Tex. BU,f^'"r Ab* Go,<lb?r?. Philadelphia. PRIVATES. L. Addington. Harrison. Idaho. Patrick H. Allen. Zaneaville. Ohio. Joseph Arao. Niw York. N y. William Ban-ley. 1 nwood. N "T. Alfred E. Bates. Bronxville. N. Y. Albert Boiadert Lowell. Mass John 8 Brannum. Ashley. III. George A. Carroll. New York. N. Y. Augustus James Chaison. Richmond County. Nova Scotia. A E. Colwell." Grand Rapids. Mich. I-ee Eprhart Caney. Okla John F Foster. Jr . Rocheater. N T j Prank P. Gibson. Kimball. S. Dak. j Philip Gotte*man. New York. N. Y. jOba Henry Grady. Ridgeway. Mich. I | Hugh D. Graham. Ludlow. III. (Chester F. Kroger. Cincinnati. Ohio, j Grant C. .Robinson, fashion. Okla. I B. D. Silver. Bowling Green. Ind. ! G. H Smith. Saratoga Springs. N. Y. Michael Thiede. Inkater. Mich. | Franklin E. Titus. Detroit. Mich. Warren H. Tobey. Quincy. Masa i Carl Wallace, Kane. Pa. Charles Warcovies, Pittsburgh. Pa. Woaaded I Decree I ndetcrmlnea. i CAPTAIN. V. P. Rousseau. Charlotte. N. C. LIEUTENANT. j Frank Strong. Philadelphia. Pa. SERGEANTS. Cyril W. Baiel. Burlington. Iowa ! Luc E Schrock. Nashville. Ind. | ; Albert Sorenson. Racine. Wis. Vincent Ziska. Platte, s Dak. CORPORALS. H C. Gottfried. Woodcllffe, N J. , Joseph H. limine. Lowell. uas.< PRIVATES. .Roy S. Hume. Sellgman. Ariz. Joseph Orban. Holyoke. Mass. ! Roy Pollltt. Morriatown. Ind Floyd B. Randall. Gibbon. Neb. j o. F. Skaggs. Fort Thomas. Ky. Albert F. Smith. Freeport. IIL [- J stormont. Youngstown, Ohio I>eon Szczwarcxewicz. Cicero. 111. K H. Taylor. Parkersburg, W. Va. A. Thompson. Yonkera. N Y William D. Tice, Lylea. Tenn. , Thos. E. Tobln. Dorchester. Ma.& George Trevenna. Butte. Mont W It Vaughn. McLe&nsboro. III. James A. Watson. Brooklyn N Y Orlando j. Williams, Racine Wis' Charlea E. Willis. Cannon. Ky. Harry Zeicliner. New York. N T Stephen Bondlnl. Cheshire." Mass < harle, T. Boyd. Stuart. Va. I " ^ Buckley, New York. N. Y Rosario Flschettl. Brook I vn N Y Herbert Flitcroft. Brooklyn. N. Y W B. Gothard. Bridgeport. Ala. Henry Grusel, Brooklyn. N. Y. 'lightly Wndnded lieitenant Kenneth T. Tucker. New York. N. Y. SERGEANT. Gordon S. Keith. Fontana, Cal. CORPORALa Rudolph Lange. Ocanomoww, Wis. Harry E. Totman. AthoL Mass. PRIVATE8. George E. Bennetts. Mass City, Mich. Edison M. Green, Wavnesrille, N. C ?.ugene M. Hartley, South Jackson ville, Fla_ Arthur W. Labuhn. Detroit, Mich John D. Overturf. St. I>6uia. Mo Anthony Rogalinski. Milwaukee Wis Frederick G. Rusk. Bfrkesiey, Ohio ' Henry Terhark. A<ktey. Iowa. 1 harles D. Vosaler, New York. N Y Carl P. White. Rockford. IIL' Visaing la Actios. Sergeant John A. Burckell. Erie. Pa. Sergt. J. H. Moore. Wilmington Del Corporal W. D. Jones. Inako. Ky. Corporal R. E. Wyman. Boise. Idaho. PRIVATES. > George F. Abderholden. West Hobo ken. N. J. Paul F. Bartman. St Louis. Mo Joe Bernotes. Akron. Ohio. George K Bradford. Jr.. Kayne. La. Albert Bradforth. Walden. N. Y. Jamea Bruno. Brooklyn. N. Y. George Chatman, Indianapolis. Ind. Philip Greenfield. Chelaea. Maaa Harry E. Hardy, Chicago. IIL Alfred R. Irwin. Philadelphia. Pa Alex. Konetskle. Auguaatalo. Ruasla. Frank Lodick. Tyrone. Pa. Rusael M Loper. Mason City. Iowa. Guy L. Luther. Mason Ctty. Iowa S. C. Newsome, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Clifford Olive. Duroont N. J. George A. Parker. Weatfleld. Pa. John H. Rleck. Verndale. Minn. John Sanger, Milwaukee, Wia Cyril Setckar. Chicago. III. William M. Thorne. Detroit Mich. Ove Tonder. Omaha. Nebr. Rufus M. jounaley. Tampa. Fla. Walter C. Txlnakl. Baltimore. Md. S. Ventimiglia, Bro4klyn. N Y. A. W Walters. East Syracuse. N. i. Johri tt. Whal^n Sioux City. Iowa NAMES OF CAPTIVES - HELD IN GERMANY CAMP R.V8TATT -Jtt12r.griuur,~t k" ???? Sr- Gu,<u?. ***<-. I pl^if Ti>"r C*n*1' C^mo. IUIt !?izs??v !SS u.? I Carmelo Atorlo. Rome V r u^T"- ??? bJ: NC0^- MarUn A- L?rb?-. Brooklyn |NP7- Caalmer Lobeekt. BuBal* bX.T? W *" ""?*? E-* vil^F* ** Eck'nr?'?- K*~ NPy,,U Prank Rtester. Brooklyn. *%?%?&e,Z*TtUnT W""J Php.ss3u2rs:J Ml,rm,h- k~ l!ri!*tt ,nr*' claas) Ruurll OalA. **11 Harrison. Lafayette, Ind KIJ!"er B"r RIIJ.), o*. (jJJ*1* Ernesto Spoil. Bristol ^UeuL Charles R Cod man. Rost^ Private Vandelan Thweatt. p?. ducah. Ky. Private Charles 8. Brown. Wat?fs bury. Conn. ?~cr land.'^T]'* Ern"' V*B ??*t- R?x* 1b> cl"?> Clanda X Roth, Carlisle, Pa. Private A. J. Stevens. Carllale. Pa. Corp. o. H Has lam Carlisle. Pa. i. n*1* ./"r*t cl"?l Daniel Mat* ley. Brooklyn. N. Y. City.'?!' A"Ph ^ *Ur,h'r Private Earl Neff. Meno. Okla. Private G. Davis. Hlllsboro. Tax. Private (first class) Jame. Hayea. Bridgeport. Conn. Private Michael e Mara, or,, rbe lieved to be identical with PrivaJ* Michael Mikalonls) Plymouth. Pa. CAMP AT LBCHPELD. BAVARIA. Private .first class) Raymond W. Htrwood, Evans Mills. X. T. ST. CLEMENS HOSPITAL* MTCT3L Ueut Charles W. Drew. Philadel phia, Pa. CAMP AT CAS6EU ? PriXi." w Driesbaurh. Dal ">n. Pa. CAMP AT VILLIXOEN. Capt Benjamin P. Burpee, v.? Chester. N. H. ^ CAMP AT LANSDORP. Conn* Warpe" L Andrews. M-ridea, CAMP 'AT NETJHAMMKR. Private Curtis E. Tavlor Hill, w Va. ayior. mivag CAMP AT LIMBURO. ohtoV"? John H Nlxo?- " CAMP AT GIESSESS' Dunmore, ?yraond H*"?" Gibbon* pCorp. Harold Bochter. Gmeto^ CAMP AT TTVHft. vPyvate Harry Leonard. ''timim, HOSPITAL AT I1AMMELBTTWJ. !n?"pa" H,rry U No"beimer. Read. AT HOSPHUI. ?. TREVES. riTJeut Alan Winslow. River Poract, PyLIJ!5!*0mpeceas. ED. NOW REPORTED AS PRIS ONER OP WAR AT d?armstadt Private Thomas Stones rbedevrd tn be identical with Private Thomas I? Stone*. Lock land. Ohio. ' "iV^V-TTOV ACTION. NOW REPORTFn PRISONER OP WAR I^eWT MANT. GOOD HEALTH CAMP I'KKNOWN ,Krr.,Ta!l J"*t Bo,ku? Chicaro nv. Believed to be identical w?J rTZ vate Joseph Butkua) REPORTED IN GOOD HEALTH? CAMP UNXJfOWN. ^Private Leon Pimrteln. Chica*.*, Lo":uM?H,nrr *<**?. st. ToriU,V.T'P * V?n to^lle. Ohir^ W p^'pituhur^pi ^""r K? ^Private Charles Kaiser. Aumr^ E.?'Vpi' Ch*r'" B L"r",? *?n* Private fflr^t elsss> Ra? mord a. MrIitujhlit. Erie. Pa. anon'.T; R a?r&<??. r,"") rh'r,'? ^ ^Private John Gros... Philadelphia. Er^'p^ Fr^'r,Ck A" "???">? WOMEN COACHES. They Are Taking Care of Football Teams in Boston. Boston. Oct 29.?Boston now has Its women football ooaches and referee^ and 1b proud of them. Of course, it's another result of the war taJdng many of the youna ath^tao, b\rfc the women are making: srood. Any weekday afternoon from 4 t*? tll 6 o'clock you will s?* a horde of youngsters mastrrinsr the finer pn!nt? of the game, at the public school playgrounds under the direction of women techers. When the men teachers who tn other yeaas had charjre of athletto sport8 of the boys were called away to war the question of how to prop erly supervise the schoolboy ganvJ became a serio'.is problem. Two wom en teachers of the Qulncy School came to the rescue and volunteered to takr- the men's place*. A #tudy of sporting guidebooks followed, and all the fine points of the rules were soon learned. A number of other women teachers In the schools am learning the rules of the vartourf sports, and the plan bids fair to ba a decided success. Jenmnfi to Stick. Scran ton. Pa.. Oct. 29?In a state ment made today. Hughey Jennings of this city, manager of the Detroit Tigera. took occasion to deny a story recently published in a 8t L*wl? baseball paper to the effect that ha had decided to deaert baseball for good and that when the majors re sume after the war is won be will nol be found identified with the maitf ' McReavy to Coack Tan. Great Lakes. Ill , bet. 2S ?Clarenca J. McReavy. former captain of.tha Naval Academy football te?m at An napolis. haa succeeded Herman P. Olcott as head football coach of tba Great lakw Naval Training Station football team. It was announced ta nlrhL