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MARYLAND POLITICIANS AFTER LAUREL TRACK--WESTERN MEETS BUSINESS IN SERIES
STATE POLi?lCIANS AFTER LAUREL FOLK Anti-Race Crowd Make Effort io Abolish Sport of Kings in Maryland?Judge in Annapolis Addresses Jury?Hagerstown Up in Arms. _^??_^?_?~ Baltiroore, Md., Oct. 20.?By way of challenging the conduct of ?orse racing ander the auspices of an agricultural fair association in ?.nne Aniodel County when no fair is in progress, Judge Robert Moss, ? delivering the charge to the grand jury at the opening of the i 0?rtober t?rrm of the Circuit Court at Annapolis, today railed on them I to thoroughly investigate such a situation. His reference, of course, was to the racing that is held by the Laurel Agricultural Pair Association, the track of which is located in Anne Art?del County a short distance across the Prince Georges' County border line. ??r ?rat Heia. ? The claim Is made that the asao a?Oon Is conducting racing and bet ting ?rit?out the slightest sembisace of an agricultural exhibit. At an anti-racetrack gambling meeting at Haa-erstown today an or ganization was effected la tha Inter est of a bill to prohibit racetrack gambling In Maryland and which a ? ?omnilttee, composed of Raymond J. Funkhouser. _ Harry Keller, Dan iel A. Stlckell. J W. Myers and M. P. Pollock waa appointed to thoroughly organla? Washington coun ty wtQ be presented to the legislature in January It It planned to appoint committees to act In each district In the coun ty and to line up the Republican and Issrnocratic legislative nominees In favor of anti-racetrack gambling bill. An address was made by William Purnell Hall of Baltimore, who In troduced anti-racetrack gambling "Tils in th? legislature tn 191?. Mr. Hall presented statistics .?bow ing that more than nineteen million lollara was b,t on the Plmllco. Bowie. Havre de Qraee and Laurel ?racks In one year. LAUREL RESULTS. ??9? RACE. =;i fur;?..-. B^hctaa* -1rs, ??? fJWhnsmi?. SI?. !t ?*. 6 jr> I*?-ii Dof. V.3 R t?. 4??. i?; OU Mm ? fr?, ;?? tC-Mtattt). f.9 Time. : M 13. R..nn., t?*?. W.-hi-w. Msr tmUn M., Taptiank Tom Ki-tchmn. Sea MW, KanVra. Saar, ???. ????I Jo?. *!*o ?_?. ?*WOXT> RACE- AN-.r _? m.In Piai*. 1? ?-tin-?*.!. IM. 4?. 3*?. XwStm?wtm?, IX ???? ?? 51?. ',9?. ?-..? Ha*?n. IC llt-<ier-. .??. Tim- 3_T ?I "iir.itiif-c'f ("?ritaMtta. Ann? MtaR ? '? ? Usemt, H.i-vs-o!. Antiar Tio. VIH ... ????, .Im Kir- il?? ran THTRD R\t i-; Qwn nf th*? Sn. 1? I-?I, ???'. VT?. -Oft; B.Iari*>. ?G ("Rowan), ilM. IM: ftM-t'l Rn.l?r. M -Coitifettj'. 3? Time, 1 -47 T.>cmbl<**n. U??sm IlfdnfTr, Si ??<??._ Si stir ??a?>\??? 1> MM, K.nrv ??-???. ??-(TV.', sisa ?_? tYrlRTli RACE- Sil fullW^r '.n?ailna. 'ttt iPtetW*, 11 3>. 5.3?. _:??: tmtidift. -W iRiert. II?, _??. Rimirare, 13? (???????. 140 Tun?. ? :V 11*???? Wipe. riiimn-VT Swift. Oat??? :in. Sinn G "in? r. Briu^ttiuri, lj-..i-*t?j<i*. ?]*> ran. rfTtl RATE >.?. ?V.rl. ??t? Smart Qv, I? Hirr.;', t . !??> f, ??. ?.? K.ruh. 10? (Handel, *4?. .va Min- ?,,?. IM G-llahaiv 12? ?.???. )G. C.V \V.-_rr. Hi-M ?siri. ?5?m Q?i#?_. T>. BmM? ?* Acromi?' ;, UMiit?, JAmr?tU Ijw. Bnmnit*. alan rmn. ??IXTH ? A <"X-One ?-?l ?M--?tt mil-a. nanks-w. 96 rp.?-n?i. a ?V ? ?. 4?: Hank ?' Par "(G ? Hair: !f/?r 3.*?. 1.1?: The ?? Irian. U% IOS ffWr?na'. 4 ??>. Time. I:** P<?ach*r. Th* r*?Mit. RtItua. al??? ran SEVENTH RACE??h? mit?* tn?l 1 farta?. Paloma. 11? ? Fatar?. 41. 4.30. 3 ?0 l_? I-"??. -??? rr.Hi-.. tv z\9. ladaWw?, l'*> iflaradr?. in Time. :"," ?t> *iplvi ???*?-*4. ??aHe-r ??_-, AiMttaaar, Qm?? RWi'V. >M*nrt,iM.a. RmWSm\ M?* R-T?if-n. Bn?-khr??r*i ?la? ??*? BROOKIJsNDERS WORK FOR MUHELENBURGH falli ?Mr rniverslty will be worked hard in prattle?? (Ma wpok In prepara ilon for it* ca.n#' with th* Muhelen srurbh ?folle^??. nt Allr-ntown. I*;. . oil Saturday. C. t*. I? not m the basi of condition. ?a It Ha? not heen out Ion?: enough to c*t it? pia ve-a h?r?l*n.-d TM? week ?*na?*h Trarv will Hevot?? hie tim*? to ri.e ?s'rrnirthrplnic of the offene?? or the Iti ti ?ila Rill m a? the ??me with Hampton Bailor^ Stl'ir-lay -?hoved up ?he weak point in the team. LAUREL ENTRIES. nnsT RAr^eVFW S^esirriM?: fise aarl ?ne. ^alf furksB?, rYanc Tireur. loT: Mlliaant Ladr, ?V Ire1??. Ml Mr Boe?e. Mel: IJmertr? ?aa. H?; Mu? Homer. 1ST: AanrnVsn IVw. ;1?: Tl uii l'i Tattle. II?. ??.t??. ITS; Rssekare?. 1 : E.-cr;rute. IIS: Ardito. VU. Ilfreri Clark. 1?; risili. We?'.man. ?ra <1>??1? SACE-Frr Jreer-ol? ; ?rlltns. ?-?e rail?: linartj Bond. 100: Welaranan's C?y. IIS: Phusim. ST; Mormon KMer, ???. Teseti? Vai??er. W: Pad?. ?; Tre?Soni. ME: 'l'nwr. '.??; 'Wmelrfe. M; Hort, Keeuj, Iff?. Aiejiunr, ?: "Left rieliler. ??: rWe?. IT. n>r _-. ???: Velo. II? THlRIs rtAt'B- For S-veer-oMs: si? fur'on??: '?>????. TU: Bed He? R se. IT Mr Dee?. Sii Coberets?, NT: fimi odale 11): The ?TI. IS. P-rts 1 Trsrelw. 1:3 G?G??? ??G??H*n?Hrap; UlUea aud marea: eter-eld? and up. mile and one-eirte-n h. ?SU?SB ?, Fair? Wand. 1?; "Wood TI? et. ?? Milk ???. IB: ?Dnrhess I?e. 0: n'jh 1.'d liaht. 10S- *Be!let Dancer, ?? FIFTH RACIV Har?car?. Se/ear-oH- aaS JO: .?t? mt> ?sir Barlo-v ?: M?<1 Hallrr. l:?: ??tir?n?. ?S: Linieri. 13. Tb? PC*?. ? : I?? ?it?. !SS: fsir? ?si!. TOT SIXTH KMC-For 3->e?rolJ?. esUlni; oo, naie Dftneins ?Garnirai. ST; Lease?, SS; LVred '?cesie, ?S. MatanceWia. UTO: KJsiralnei?. 'IS: G?? usto Sad. TOO: Os? ijillsht srd. HS: War <-.'<??. MS: TV Ward. ?S: S?se Qnem. ST: ?ri??. 10S: Varie risnnen. SI: *rTenty. 10?; ?lo?* ot Arc TOT ?.GVtTKTH RACK-For Srew o*ls and up: su mrkma? Peaeef il Atar. Ill: 'Metor? ?S: T\in? Tus,??.. W?; AoiarWaas?n. ITS: Casan Bor. ?IT >?..plc.. '.'. V. .ther-ln-Uw, IOS: Util? Bd. 'SS. Rit' .?strick?id. IM: Ideal. M: 's?ist?, ?: Ber I ' ?1 a-sants-, :0t ; Ho'lHoerr lit; Ral paaa. NS: ? nck ?? the Mein. Ile). t-e allossaiice rialme-! EMPIRE OTT ENTRIES mat ITA? E-Fer ???^rol?le; so?inf. flee r- ,???? ?'trksuas- Brirut ejold. 11?; FMifh ? :?: lt.. ,nee?lor. ??: Felr (i???. 1?; Flare *',?sr He!??. MB: ^iiurt Cliange. IOS; a- I' erts <S; Ssnd Bsd. MS; Foreeltiesire. ??; Ametn?i SoMIe??. 1?: ?iame ?-"bl?k. US ,?seTXX>l?T> K-trB-FVr y ?ear-old? ; ?barnt a, ?irlaoc?: Ir? W??. 1?: Norths??!. MS: ^?iBaaSch Sid. IIS: Shripleton. US: Biitit Over. ?S: Midit. MS: Incinerator. H?. ???> RAI ? For 2>eerolds and up: th? -tr Ardis Handicap, hlrh i?n?ht ahnut flax :'irhraa: Wee U?IT. Ill; Arnold, rjl; St. ?,??? MS; Stsrkader. Ill: Flars. US; Old Ross hnd. ISJ: Pasrase. IIS; Tbrehbeejer 1?. BUI Mc ?V? 11: Hausier, US: Kaaamlr. IB; TMo 1? FULBTH e?TJX-Por ?rear-???; th* Ne?, Rofbell Handicap; rail? and UmWOSMUSmU: Blalr ?osrri?. US; Hennir? IS; Dmir? ond. KB; Tet 1er. a. FIFTH e_<B-For ^?e??-oe_ aad np; eetlin?; nula end eesen'y lard?: Star Realm. US: Wood imp. 1U: (;= MS: War Mnr"-T HI: Jack Moat?. US Paddy Whack. 11?: Mround?ell. MB eVZTfl KACSVFor >?e?r-u4de and op. claim in?: wo? aad mwiiuan? : Joh? l. rai, i],. ???y 0?v. MS: Creer?? eh. MS; Draaen Berk. Mi: Jats? Win??Id. 1?: nmtmm One MS: trap? I?Is?. MB: ?nd*. ill: JJttle Ne?rer, KB: lard I?*?t. KB; t?? On?, M?: ?Pr? jrd. sf; P. O. Kin?. 1?S; Dudr Dtsde. IOS; Fnnk Wat ma MS; Do? lead??. US -Issi ill ? iBianlii ?aa??S. LAUREL SELECTIONS. First rad??..rnerick Las?. Bn crinlte. Flying Welirhman. Second race?Betsy, Veto. r**Tl zeur. _ Third race?Coaataney. Cobweb. Rapid Kirer. Fourth rar??Fairy Wend, Milk maid, Putrhess Lace. Fifth r?>?-Ross entry. The Por ter. Lucul.ite. Sixth race?Joan of Arc. Klra palong. Snow Queen. Seventh race?King Tuscan. Amackassin. CaWn Boy. BANG-TAILS TO RACE AT BOWIE Southern Maryland Asso ciation Meet Legalized By Act of 1892. I Mall ?more. Oct. 30.?There will be noi t vi ? ft temporary Interruption of the continuity of raclnp at Prince (Jeorges l'ark, Bowie, under the aui pftres *>f the Southern Maryland ? if ri cultural Association. M wa?? feared last spring when the court of last re sort In the old Nine State declared unconstitutional the art under which racine had been conducted In Prince George*?* county since ]?*h. General Manager Jame-? ?. O'Hara. of the Bowie tra^k. ??et a staff ->f lawyers at work on the old Maryland ??tat ut es relating to racine as soon a* the adverse decision of the court was beaded down and it was discov ered tliat under an ad of MM racing j may he conduned at Piincc Georges ? Park under precisely the ?ame con ditions as obtained under the invalid act. ? &o Mr. O'Hara nnd Joseph Mcl-en nan. clerk of the course, who? Is art I ine as one of the placing judges at > l.avfrel Park, have e-*-ne ahead with preparation? f?>r the usual fall int? iMft. And1 Superintendent Richard Pendine is busy piting t'p his stahlps for tabe accommodation of tbe most considerable colony of thoroughbreds that will ever have assembled ut the -Southern Maryland track. So jrreat, already. Is the demand for irtabl.nr Pendln* wishes to notify horsemen that he will not h* able to house any yearlings. Plenty e*f ?Inbl** Room. only horse?* of rectas aee will And -heiter ut Prince r,--oree* Park this fall. But ther<? will be plenty of room for horses of the right sort. The ?-rush at Prince Oeorres Park will be unusually heavy this year It-era??.?., there will he no competition for radile? material before ThanKselv ine when the first of the winter meet 1res at New Orleans?the JeiTer j son park meeting??will begin to run. until Ik? firet of January. The Bowie meeting wilt follow on ! the heels of the November session i of the Maryland Jockey Club at Ptm lico. The horses will be at Prince George.?? Park fourteen days all told and, thanks to the arrangement of | the track. It will b* posible to off?>r .profitable employment for sprinters of I all sorts, as well as for distance j ninner?. The seven-furlonir chute, ? the only one in Maryland, enable? Mr, McT*ennan to promote sprints at six and a half and seven furlong.?*: I such middle distance? admirably suit ? many horse? that like to go farther ! ?ban three-quarters of a mile, but cannot carry* their speed even so far as one mile, when they are prop erly matched. The Southern Maryland Jockey Club will offer no r?urse of smaller value In added money than Jl.tmn in the course of the eomlng autumn meeting The overnight handicaps will range In value from 0JM to M.S00, and a couple of stakes at one mile and a half and win be closed. These races will pay >2,0'?? to the winner. SPEAKER IN MARKET FOR GOOD SOUTHPAWS Cleveland, Oh o. Oct. 20.?Tris Speaker, manager of the Cleveland Indians, is In the merket for good southpaws for the 19?0 baseball team. The club now boatsts of but ! one southpaw. Fred. Coumbe. The ! Indians now have ten regular right I bandera and four others whom they have recalled from the minors. EMPIRE CITY RESULTS. FIRST RACE? Ahmt ? ferina?? Round Rely In. IIS 'ButweJIi. J ? ?. ant. ant; Verle? Star. Iff 'WrbrortiarV ? tr. ?. oat: Sir Ciar ?KW. 115 (Bustoni, ont. Time, lu* J-a North ward aloo ran. ?*?G?*4?> RACTB-Obo ??**? and ft jalas. Oliai. IIS 'BntwalU. I tu 1, I ai I OMS: Dor ane. Ut> (Mountain). S to :. ? to ?: Veteran. Il? IRroran). ?toi. Timo. Il? M. senator now. Hohrw-i?. Thos F. MeMa-ion. RonalHe.i. [ ??t ??ro. Scotch Verdict. Low Tide, alao ran. ? THIRD RACE-Sti furious? TirnaBni. n? ? 'Kummer', ?toi. S to t. I to I; Marmite. ICS (("orioni. 5 to 1. ovas; Adola UT (Fstrrsv?Mrl. I to 5. Tas?. 1:1? SS Ubaerr Stsr. Sreaasoor. Trophj. Too. Dual??? Loaste. DrltrlaM. Sher mon A . Strata. Earneot, Tommr Waae. als? ran. G????? RAC7rVPlre aad ose-balf furlonra. Stor rvarrt. Ill !F*alr*rothert, at to S, S to i, I to I: HosarlT. 1U (Darla?!. ? to I. 1 to 1; Irlah Draom. .** (Bastos). ? to 1?. Tima, 1ST %*. anoVereili. Lunotto. St. Allan, ?la? ran, ?tar Court and eludami?. Ok? entre. F1*"1U RACE?One mil* and Tt ?arda. Thlatie dos. !? (Butwell). I to 1. I to -, eran; Croov wll. t* ICsrrolll. ? to fc 1 to li War Marsaln?. Mi (Bostoa). ? to S Time. 1? Recount. Paatoral Swain. Albori ?.. Soireotra, alao ran. SIXTH "?AiaV-One and an.-?txternth ?Ules Orderb. 1? trarroil). I to 1. I to 1 I to S: Bella Bohena 1ST IZrjeUer?. i to 1, ? to I; Whimonr. 115 ? Darios). 1 to S Tim?, IKS ?A. Oo-o-oraot Boy. GWpasr. Tom ra**aawart. Far ?WM& llfSlDC ?!?????1^t-< EAGEN OF YALE TACKLING DUMMY. WHEN YOU TACKLE A MAN DROP HIM HARD ENOUGH THAT HE WILL STAY DOWN By WALTER CAMP. - (Most Famous Football Cosch.) The essence ol tackling is to stop the man, and stop him so that he cannot wriggle out of your grasp and gain more ground. There is not much use nowadays as there was in the old days of throwing him back but it is well for a tackier to bring his man down sharply and finally, and to be with him when he falls. Many inexperienced players think it sufficient to dive at the runner, and knock him down, themselves falling away. There is nothing to prevent a man so tackled from getting up again. It is especially imperative to be able to drop a man in hi? tracks where there is only a short distance to be gained for the first down. In the best tackling, the tackier has put his arms ?o that he is going to grasp the man just below the hips and around the thighs. His shoulder has been forced in toward the man's hips, bringing the head outside. Some coaches criticise linesmen for tackling high but oftentimes it i? necessary as they have not time to get down low. The cardinal principle oi tackling, however, is to tackle below the hips and whenever a man has the time to do it, it is the only sure way. Men in the middle of the line are the only ones who can be excused for high tackling and then not too frequently. Do not wait for the man to run into your arms, but go alter and meet him. When you are still and waiting or him, his momentum may be sufficient to knock you off your balance and make you lose your grip. Secondly, he will better be able to dodge you if he can calculate the distance that you are liable to make your tackle from, than if you are coming at him and shifting the distance. Never tackle head on, as it may result in a broken neck Always have the head to one side, and one shouWer well into the man's body In a stern chase, it is well to have two hands on the man before leaving your feet and putting your weight to his body. Otherwise his momentum may carry him away from you and permit him to re gain his feet again. Don't go at your man blindly. Run low, but know what he is doing, and try to fathom what he is liable to do. The flying tackle is spectacular, but the tackle with your feet on the ground is ?lure. Hop. risk?. I "I"? I QUAKERS AFTER HORSE RACING AS LEGAL LAW Philadelphia. Out. 20.?That the mas ses In the State of Pennsylvania, de mand horse racing under proper con uition?*? wee never more emphatically demonstrated than on Saturday at he Huntingdon Valley Hunt Club race meeting. More than 7.000 men, women and children witnessed the cross-coun try events. Of course, they did not all pay, because the hillside surround ing the course offered points of van tage whereby they could ??? each event from suyt to finish. They were not near enough to the finish wire to hear the chukle of delight of each wlnninj? rider as he remounted after the end of the run and helped himself to the dangling purse suspended In a silken bag from the finish wire. But they heard the pater of hoofs over the turf course. They saw the riders take the timber and brush jumps ft. a fear less manner, and they experienced a thrill when horse and rider went down .as a result of a faulty taffe off, only to shriek with Joy a moment later when the plucky rider remounted and with galloping steel was soon up with the other timber topper.?!. STECHER TO MEET STRANGLER LEWIS New York. Oct 20.? Jo? Stecher and Bd ("Strangler") L-ewts will meet In a wrestling bout In Madison Square (larden. November S, according to an announcement here today by Jack j Curie/, promoter. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS talk bout folks 6?ttim' 'strava gant-mah Boss bought a Auto t'other day, en den ?E VeV ? EX' ?AY HE TURNT IN EN BOUGHT A THIRTY- T?OON' HAM.' MAJOR PLAYERS TO BE IN ARMS AGAINST PROFIT Person? acquainted Intimately with ballplayer? are predicting: thst the chicken? hatched during the recent eight game world series will come home to roo?t before the winter Is over. In other word?, magnate? will hear a lot about that three-quarter of a million world ?eric? when it comes time to talle term? with the player?. That half-million dollar world ?erle? of 1M2 gave birth to the Federal League At least that ?erte? started the idea of a third major Ieacue. and the gate receipts of that eight-game clash between the Giants end the Red Sox ws? th? stock argument of Jim Gilmore when he was Inducing men like Robert Ward. Charles Weeghman and Sinclair to Invest fortunes in hi? rainbow circuit. The fate of the Federal League prob ably will dater any one who has am bitions toward starting a third major league for some time, but there Is no telling what will happen In basebsll. One thing is certain, namely, that the players Intend to get ln on the pros perity wave that hit the game last season. One already hears .?uch remarks as "Well, they'll have to come across next winter. We were working ?or wartime salarle? and they took in more money than ever before." -y Traxtea Jam?n Win. .The Truxton Junior football eleven defeated th? Quaccs team yesterday by ? to 0, In a well played contest In which the aerial route was uaed to a great extent. The ?ummary: TrmtoB, Jra. Position-. Qnanw Ubtrej .?. B..,.... turret H. EUior .R. ?. Mnpp Smith .B. C. laveender D. Solili .<5eat?. Oobb Stewart .It O. Blu?Sl'esa Jamt-a .L. ?. Merer? W. Etata? .I* B...,. Botta Orar? ..<). ?.. ??,? noncrrari .?. ?. Kill PoUer .It R. Dcmshortj Boon .F. ?. Snllrran Tounhdoam?Baall. On?! from tenohdrnrn-Pol lex. Goal suawd?Orrore. Befana Mr. ???? sor. t'tarar?? Mr. Col Hood haouaan- Mr. Craj-atoa. Time of neeiode--8. IS, 1. 10 minutes GALLAUDET ELEVEN HOLDS LONG DRILL Gellaudet Colle?? Is without a frame for Saturday, but will not let up In Its work, m all the candidates for the eleven were out for practice yes terday. Tne ?quad was put through a, signal drill and short scrimmage practice be fore the players were sent around the track to ?tr*n?-then their wind. Cfc?pi Land Finsi The Cheraps closv-d their ses son by defeating the Georgetown Juniors yes terday by the count of S to I. Roth ery*s snd Jones' hitting featured for the winner?, while Watson's deldlng stood out for the losers. Th? Champ? won H out of 17 game? this season, losing to the Young N?. tlonals snd the Clovers. Th? boot?: Champs .000 201 M J? | I ? Georgetown .010 000110 0? 111 Batteries: Champs-Brew and J. Panella; Georgetown Junior??Smith, Harris and 8. Stewart. WESTERN WILL PLAYBUSINESS Coach Morse's Georgetown Warriors Meet Stenog raphers. Lineup of the Teams. We?tern? Positions ?Business Walker. L?. E. Summers ille Splller. 1? T. .,.Fant Pence. U G. .1.(Tarmell Altemus.Center_Ghsrrity Moyle. R. a.Wise. Msnson. It. ?.Goldstein Conrad. R. ?.Mama Burke. Q. ?.Meany Dawaon.R. II. ?.I'Dur Grofley.I,. ||. ?.Peterson G??\ell.?. ?.Williams Place?C'entrai High School Stad ium. Kleventh and Thirteenth ?nd Florida avenue northwest. Time s':30 p. m. Referee. Mr. Appi?. Michigan . 1'inplre, Mr. Dugan. (?onsaga Head line-man. Mr. Journet. Springfield. Weatern High will encounter Busi ness in the eevond game of the scho laatlc football serie? In the l'entrai Stadium today The Weatern bo/?, who have m?<?? an exceeding!.?, good record in pl?dier carnea arc expect ed to iH-Roij the newly organi/e?! Business combination. Battersby. coach at Business, ha? 1 been handicapped to a great extent. Ills squad has been tutored not more I tha?i tao full weeks, while West tini has been ?lrllled thoroughly since the opening of the football season. j The contest i? hoped to be a hsrd | fought one, for Business hats a team | equally as hesvy as their opponents Iand the majority of them are vet eran?. Dutch Held end Hall Will iams are two ?nnincas boya who will ? undoubted]?, show deettngulsfied ability on the gridiron today. The rontest will begin at S:30 o'clock land ?he officials slated are Apple, ,of Te?'h: Dugan. of Gonzaga: and ?Jounnet. of Springfield. SERVICE GAME OFFICIALS ARE AGREED UPON Annajwli?. MM.. Oct. 3D.?Football ?men are ?till re.-jt tired to attend drilla ;on two of th? afternoon* of the week, 'and today wa? one of them Practice ! laated lesa than one hour and waa devoted to signal and formation ?work and kicking. On the rest of the ?day? of the week, except, ? ? Friday, long acrimina*.** will be held atfftlnat ? the acrub tn preparation for the ?rame 'ncafnst Bucknell on Saturday. Bucknell la reported heavier than ?the navy team and In very good ! shape. Fortunately, there la an un? ? usually heavy acrub this year at the [academy, and It in frl-rlmr the rebu llan plenty of work to, do. Though ?Alford, Renolat. Clark and a few others are showing some improve ment, (t Is not yet sufficiently definite I for Doble to feel that they ?tand out from the other?. , The athletic authorities of the 'naval and military acad?mie* have I aareed upon the following officially for the army and navy ?ame at the . Sew York polo ground* on November C9: Referee. W. S. Lang ford. Trinity: ?I'n.pire. Fred Murphy. Brown; Field Judge. J A Evan?. William?; Head ? Linesman. **arl Marshall. Harvard. MURPHY OF YALE IS OUT FOR SEASON New*Haven. Con.. Oct n?. - Tale I waa plunged into the depth? of gloom toda/ by the announcement that ; Thome Murphy, the star young half ?back whose Held goal saved Old KM 'from utter annihilation agalnat Boa i ton College Saturday. Is out of the j came for the season with a splintered ? bone in hi? ankle. I llraden. the big full back, ha* a ! pair of disabled eyes thst may keep him out of the game for several weeks, and Neville and Welles are i both on the injured list Coach M | ?Sharp* has no excuse to offer for I Saturday's defeat. "The best team ? won," was hie'only comment. ILLINOIS IN UNE FOR CONFERENCE TITLE Chicago. Oct. 20.?With victories over Purdue and Iowa to Ita credit. Illinois leads the race for the West ern conference football champion ship, while Chicago, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Ohio Ft.ito are ??crambllng to make the ft ? ht one of the closest In '^I?? Ton" his tory. Defeat for Northwestern. pre viously regarded as the "dark | horse," Indiana and Iowa in Satur I day'? struggles eliminated those | teams from further championship | consideration. Purdue also ts out of ? the race because of its losses to 111 I inoie and Chicago. EG AN OF MOHAWKS OUT FOR SEASON Although the Mohawk Alhlelic Club football team haa an open date for Sunday they will take the field this afternoon In th? first practice since their victory Sunday. Euan, the guard who was Injured Sunday, will be out of the ftame the balance of the season with a broken collar bone. The Indians ars anxious to arrange another con test with the Montres?. Virginie Team Landi. The Virginia Avenu? Playa-round ?? C. football team yesterday defeated tria Herdick A. C. 12 te 1. The feature of the ?ame was the playing: of Davis for the winner? and the defensive work of Cornell for the losers. Big Rug by Mstcb. The Rugby football match be tween the two err oat English col legiate rivals. Cambridge and Ox ford, will take place December ? at Queens Club. London. $300,000 NsUtorinm. Plans are on foot for the erec tion of a spacious $300,000 nata torial? In Los Angeles of Roman architectural design, which will ba the renter of aquatic activities. Tubtee Team in Inc. The Truxton A. C. will hold its Initial football practice Thursday night at I p. m. A game has been arranged for Sunday and all candi dates aas requested to be proseat for this first workout. TWO ??d THREE P-rttfrig theissmiOmeOtmrmth $BUGS"BAERfe WHY PAY RENT? The ultimate consumer is a sad-looking upp whose bankroll shows traces of former beauty. He's the bimbo who is still earning a salary when it is impossible to live on anything less than wages. It's a tough life, mates, but ?re can remember when they used to ask us if we wanted two or three lumps in our coffee. Those were the days when the bar pilot would >.ell you something that would make you weep on his shoulder and it ivas cheaper fo move than pay rent. _ Ten years ago it was cheaper to move than pay rent. Five years ago it was cheaper to pay rent than move. Now it ain't either. - The old moonlight moving is a thing of the past, like the Kaiser's j scheme of a Mitteleuropa: No piano? buster will crash your furniture ? for less than fifty smackers a wagon load. It's much cheaper to leave ! >our furniture where it is and pay thr installments on it. It will take at least one hearse and three carriages to move your entire house- . hold effects, besides three extra wheelbarrow loads of used grapho- I phone need!? s. That's two hundred buttons for the job. No family | can afford to move even if they're two jumps behind the rent and one I jump ahead of a fit. Trips cost money. At the present price of ice, ? Kliza could never have bought enough to rscape on. - ( You can still gel three lumps. But not in your coffee. If you try snitching one lump, I lie waiter puts the other two lumps on your kok o with a b'jngstoppcr They used to call 'em bungstarters, but now there ain't anything to start May and October first are the two big days for moving. The family moves in May and about October first everything is nicely settled except the rent. On October first they're on the loop again It's a great life. Eleven more acts like that just make a Keith bill. After "paying $50 to move $8 worth of furniture, the family pop into thr new coop, which is slightly larger than the old nest, owing to the fact that the hinges on the front door fold out instead of in. The telephone company soaks you $10 in advance for the first three months' service, which is a big gamble l'or a guy who has only got a month's rent in his kicks. You never find the telephone in a new apartment. No sooner than one family escapes the company ampu tates the phone The three months' service consists mostly of run ning green wire around the moulding and down the walls until the apartment looks like a zither or a harp. The electric light birds and the gas company also take a ramble out of your bankroll The electric light company and The pas works arc all one big firm split in two They tell you to use electricity and save gas, and use gas to save electricity. If you only used ga* you wouldn't be saving gas. If you only used electricity you wouldn't be saving electricity. But by usint? both you save both. The Gypsy Dream Book is full of that stuff It really doesn't make any difference how much juice you use trying to get the frost out 01" a curling iron or the icicles off the oven The meter doesn't need gas to make it run It feeds on air Besides, it doesn't make any difference to you whether the meter adds the gas up wrong or whether thr collector add? the meter up wrong. A ', nomination am that ticket is equivalent to election. By the time that the janitor collects his hit you're like the guy who has just got the brass ring in an earthquak- You're waltzing from the neck up. You've escaped from one landlord, but you've only jumped from the fathead into the fire. You've got a different janitor, but it's the same old rent day, the same old phone and gas company and the same old moving vans. Thr suburban building companies are always asking: "Why Pay Rent?" They have a beautiful installment system of long fuse pay ments that enables a young married couple to get great assistance from their grandchildren in paying "em each week In the meantime, "Why Pay Rent-" The answer to that is the sheriff. HILLTOPPERS DRILL FOR DETROIT GAME Georgetown'? football ?quail wa? out yesterday worktn? up play? tor the coming gsme with the l'niversity o? Detroit on Saturday at Detroit. The Blue and Gray eleven came throusrh the V. P. game In tip top shape, with the exception of a few bruises some of the line men. which will not ; keep them out of the practice thl? ? week. Coach Exendlne will work th? team hard the first pert of tbe week hold ing scrimmages until Thursday. MIDDIES WORK HARD FOR COMING GAMES Annapolis. Ort 20?Th?* Navy'? foot ball vacation ts over. Coach T>ohle*P ? midshipmen will settle down this week I in hard preparation for coming rame**! with Bucknell. West Vlnrlnla. Wea leyan and t ?eo.getown. -Part ??wen. who haa been out with an injured ankle, ia expected In the linkup for the p?me Saturday with Bucknelt. -r. Assail Alleged Taxi Monopolies in D. C The aileired taxtcab monopolies in Washington were ??sailed In a re?- ? olutlon adopted at the meeting of : the Central Labor I'nion. held last ! night at Musicien?' Hall. The re?- | olution urcred the passine of th? ; public vehicle bill now before Con arre??, which would give the public I hacker more privile?:??. Hart Jackson, of the aPinter?' I'nion. spoke on the ?teel strike and ' expressed an optimistic view of ?he situation. Carl Brennen, of the Plumb Plan Lrasjue, al?o addressed the meeting: and urged the adoption of the Plumb plan. Final plans for the labor parade ' on the night of October 28 were an- i nounced by J. McCracken, grand mara?al The torhcllght proces sion will march down Pennsylvania avenue from Seventeenth street on to the Liberty Hut where a recep tion will be tendered to Samuel Compere, labor chief. BOXING, With Ju-Jitru tWTW olTlrially approved by tbe ? nit ed State? a*>veromeat aa? fclfthly ladoraed by Jark\ DeMpae? and pi-omlaent Mem. WHIPPS SCHOOL Scientific Boxkg, Physical Cnhnre MM Pa. Ave. sT.W. Frawk. Peu's New Bos-oos*. l'niverslty ot PennayWanla pro poses erecttnp ?tr $50.000 boath?'Use at South street on the Schuylkll) River, adjacent to the rollega. Heietof?>r?' the oarsmen rowed from ihe clubhouse In Fairmont Park. which adjoin? Schuylklll Nary clubs. The new 1o?catlon will a*? sure tidewater and * 4-mile atretch of water for practloe. FOOTBALL BLUES NEW SONG ?? s . Big Eastern Elevens Foro? To Doff Headgears to ?Smaller Teams. B?v?ral big E?rtarn collere? ha? new college song? They're atngia the "football blues " <??anting < a mono?tn. <_, follower, of man ? ot th? ?elect circle are ?minar ? a a ?sat?? at the deathbed of IM hopea. I Tale. Pittsburg and Cornell to the list of t?? new aoMlwi? Aft? Saturday? tragedy thar? was ota, one bricht rar on ta?r a ss? a ? their IdoU died flghtlag Th? <_! of Victoria? dop? upsslter?. WsOus fo]lege. Syracuse and ?Tolga?? ai revelling In th? fame that ?ttan< their ?levatloB Into the earai? et tr season'? t>?? Deapondeney nearest deex-rfbe?, tt feeling prevailing at Tal?, ani at only chafe, at tha ht?ill?tier, , a defeat by Bost?n Collega, srbte Harvard beat IT to ?. hat b??toar the fat? which ha? robhad the Ke Haven eleven of ?savaa stai ? b rough In Jury. Harvard has no defeat to ?ran over but tb? Crimson folio not very jubilant In the to 0 victory over Brown, for It art??? Colgat- s "paper decision- o? Cambridge Every limi the ?vind blow? o? from Hamilton. ? T. this ?ire?) the Princeton Tlaar arili lift h nos? to the br?ese and sniff thing omino?. The etrlped feline of Keu % eau haa just reason for not ptrmn in contentment over next Batu ?:?>?'e asme with Colgata For thi J cold blooded, heartless? crew ? l?rry Bankhart'a haa br_?d?ei Use sa one of the streng?? elevens ? the j ear ??yracnse. on the form ahowr - the rout of Ciena Warner*? PI?? burg Panthers, won th? rlgr? m recognition as a candidat? for tl Eastern championship. If they ca ?ide over W. ajrd J? Brown *? Bueknel! and Larry Bar?hart' ? ? ? chin? dorent hit the rock? the meantime. i>c COlgst?-*yr?? u gam? on November 15 at Syrac .? may carry ?sait it a clean rut^chan plonshlp title. STATE PI?PARES FOR FAST POLY ELEVE1 M?ur>Ui.Bd r?tate held a practi?9e ?< terday In which the team run throi-, t-ignal, for ? short period when ?on new forrnaiiot.? were tried out pre par-attori for the game Satura? ?rlth Virginia Polytarhnlc Institute Although State ??as defeated I West Virgin? it ?ras up again?? t-upertor ae?e?reg??ran, tn fact on? ? the best football team, la this esH-tir of the ?-ountry. Coach Byrd ?rfll put every effort fo vr?rd to have hie bast team in ?hai for the corten ?rlth V P. I Buclte ter and Gilbert the two end? ???? hurt and ?nil b? out of the V ? game but Riga?. ?I.o ?ra.? crippled the ffsrartiimore ejortteet. reported ys? terday. and ?ri!! be used In the Sa urday frav R?eles- retijrned and ? play In the V P. 1 batti? P?ad? again on the taiured list Ti-Jty La??b Batti?? The Trinity Rchoo' defeated il Prrj?pecta A. C. football team ?et. day me 11 to * tn an In?re?.vag co? test which w?s hard fough' fr" atari to finish RACING AnisM.MeetmgBepwToda. Fir?? etare, lee? P. ?g. LAUREL PARR Special ? & 0. Train? Direct le r.rmn*tmm*. r aio? ???!?? l???, in tati ??? IrSO P. ?a. KiTTi KMM. isisiF.ni*TF.i.T Arrr.H tpe racks AliMlssi.iS 11?? larlnSlaa Wer Taz BOXES. S5.S0 _ WINNERS! [Each indicated by letter"X"] From among the many contestants who took part in oar recent Red-Hair Contest ?we are pleased to announce that the judges have decided that Mitt Elizabeth Taylor, 516 Cedar Street, Takoma Park, Wins the SUIT PATTERN Mr. Horace Belt, 828 Ele-enth Street Nortbeaat. Winsthe TAILORED SUIT We take this method also of thanking the hundreds of others that have shown interest in this unique contest ?Tinners ?t*t7! bindly call at our ?tort and recem prises Re a? e an her??hla Is ?ke last sows?? orf Tallar??-??-??! ?so?? Bast?? aad OTerraa? at ?Ml wtae ?aas will take ???oaiosr osf ?kto ?trr H0RH?"o?6112?2 RKMRMBER TUX ADDRotS?