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Two Big Games Here Tomorrow: Virginia andCarolina are To Play:Perin Primed for Cornell
' ? ?
George Washington Meets Catholic U. in Central
Stadium at 12:30, Wliile Georgetown-Bethany
Clash is Slated for Ball Park at 2:30.
BY H. C. BYi?D. j
FOR the first time in years two big collrge foot ball games are sched- J
jiled heife tomorrow. Thanksgiving day, sd thai gridiron enthusiasts i
may see both. Catholic University and George Washington are to I
play in the Central stadium at 12:30 o'clock and Georgetown and Bethany
will hook up at American League Park at 2:30. All details of the two
contests have been agreed on, and it is planned to start both exactly on
time. . -
Catholic University and George Well
ington should put up a great contest.
Both teams have been groomed for the
last ten days especially for this game
and should play better foot ball than
they have shown in any previous game
in several season?. Each eleven will
have in its line-up the best material
Available, as no player will be kept out
because of Injuries. The entire Ktiuierjt j
bod*es of the two universities will at- i
tend. ,
<?ood Foot Ball in Prompeet. j
Geo?getown*s ga ne with iJetliim.v j
should present a bctter class oj foot,
ball than that which is likely t<? be :
played in the George Washington-Catli- I
oiic University eontesj. The Blue and j
Gray has a good team and Bethany's ?
?*omblnat!on is not an easy mark for j
any eleven. The West Virginians can
match,, pound for pound, with George- j
town and probably have a little to j
spare, notwithstanding the extraord-1
inary weight of the latter. Both schools
have in their backfields clever men in i
every department of play.
Both games should draw big crowds.
One or the other may Interfere with
somebody's Thanksgiving dinner, but
such small considerations are given
little thought by tho majority of foot
ball spectators. And. anyway. Thanks
giving dinner at 6 o'clock is just as good
as it is at 2. especially as there is noth
ing worth while to put in the mince.
Marfftaai Squad Intact.
University of Maryland is doing lit
tle this week in preparation for its
game with North Carolina State, in
Baltimore, tomoriow other than to g?*t
the men back into good physical shape.
Maryland will go into the game with its
squad iu better shape and wit'i more
men avaOabie for the several positions
than for any contest it has figured in
since It wh'pp*^ Rutgers on October 1.'
Following the toot ball game a banquet
for members of the team and alumni is
to be held at one of the big hotels and
that is to be followed by a dance.
Virginia Polytechnic Institute is
leasing its hopes fur a successful sea
son on the showing of the team
against Virginia Military Institute
tomorrow at lioanoke; in fact, is
counting on making its season a suc
cess <by scoring a victory in the game
ii desires to win most of all. V.F\ I.
hasa strong team, the b*st that has
represented it in years, while V. M. I.
is not so powerful nor versatile as
in 1920.
pitt 3If? Are Con Meat.
Probably no game in years^in
we&tein Pennsylvania has aroused
the comment and Interest that the
Penn State-Pittsburgh contest to
morrow has created. Penn State has
a much more Impressive record for j
its season, so far. ,thHn has Pitts
burgh. and. yet around Pittsburgh |
tli?? seems to be a feeling that War- i
ner is going to df*veIop the unex
pected and win. Certainly Pittsburgh
has donx* littl?> tbjstyi?ar to g.ve its
supporters any great confidence in
ii ability to beat Penn State, but
neverthelss the confidence exists.
While the University of Maryland
and North Carolina. State are playing
a.t Oriole Park in Baltimore. Wash- i
ington and Lee will be engaging
Johns Hopkins. The Lexington inns j
^ figure they should win rather easily,
but know they are at a disadvantage '
in having two such long trips in five i
rlays, having played Centre College
last week.
BOSTON, \nvembrr ail.?4'hnrlra
Moron will lie foot ball cnai h at
Ontrf ' College for nt leant one
??orc renr. J. C. Cnldwell, head of
?hp Orttrc i'ollffr Athletic Ah%ih^
clr.tion, H:im Meat word fc?'W Ihntaj
V'rpa h?? signed n roiitrai't I ??
('(?Ktluuc next ?rn<?en. Me Vutl
j vj??UNly nniMantfd iltnt lie uould?
ns.fzti sit the ci?-e of thi* year'* |
hail c'tmpulyu, and it had j
been ?u?K?*lnl thai lie miuht bo
i Mueeeeiled by ??lloM MeMillhi. Cen
tre** sensational quarterback and
former eaiitaia. >ie %l illin now has
under ccnuideratiou an offer to be
come eoaeli at Howard College at
Birmingham. Ala. It wan an
nounced by Caldwell' that Claude
Thoruhill would eontinne for an
other year an Centre's line coach.
AXXAPOtilS, Md., November 23.?
Final practice here of the Navy foot
ball team will be held this afternoon.
, anil tomorrow morning" the squad,
i about fifty strong-, leaves for New
. York, where the annual setto with
Army will take place at thev Polo
Grounds on Saturday.
After three days of rest the players
: appeared refreshed and went through
thefr practice Monday and y eater day
with special vigor. It consisted of
fast ?signal drill, followed by snappy
| scrimmage. This afternoon was to be
I devoted to light practice, including
I signals and plays designed for use
against Army.
j The regiment of midshipmen?more
j than 2.000--will leave for New York
; early Saturday morryng and, accord
: ing to present plans, will start on
J the return trip to Annapolis within an
! hour after the game is over.
I i
AY EST POT XT. X. Y.. Xovember 23. I
?The serious character of the Army's
work and the strenuousness of the
daily scrimmages* indicate a strong
feeling on the part of the coaches j
I ami followers alike that the battle j
j with the Navy in New York on Sntnr- j
day is coming lust a bit too soon fur j
'the troper development of the West j
Point, eleven. % ^
The first te?m*has shown some
improvement under the heavy driv- :
ing. but another week'.* tiiH^Y^-'ould !
he most gratifying -i0"~the- Army'
camp in order to bring the eleven up j
to the apex of development.
Kansas ShadeS Mendelsohn. :
MITjWAUKEK. Wis.. Xovember 23. I
?Rocky Kansas of Buffalo was given j
the newspaper decision over Johnny j
Mendelsohn. Milwaukee, in a 10-round {
bout last night. Xeither boxer wasj
in distress at any time.
RICH M O N D, ? Va? November 2X?The Virginia-North Carolina foot
ball game will be played at Chapel Hill, N. C? tomorrow, according to
word received this afternoon by Juliaft H. Hill of the University of
Virginia alumni association here from the office of the athletic associa-i
tion at the university}
DURHAM. N, C., November 23.-7-The annual Virginia-Carolina foot
ball game, scheduled to be played at Chapel Hill tomorrow, was
callcd off last night when officials representing the athletic asso
ciation of the Virginia University and the University of North Carolina
w'cre unable to Ach a satisfactory settlement regarding the eligibility
of Wilfred Joh'n^ii, halfliack for Carolina. m I
The Virginia committee 011 ath
letics. in conference with the faro- i
]5na authorities here today, announc- j
ed toniarht that the same would be]
cfcneclen as a result of the refusal i
of Carolina t.o disqualifyfJohnson.
The Carolina faculty, in resolutions!
made public, indor??d the action Of
the athletics committee in refusing: |
to disqualify Johnson, saying: that to
rlo so would be "morally ind^fensi- j
brt" ajid a violation of the contracts !
between the two universities and be- {
tw^en Carolina and its students.
Carolina faculty, in its resolutions. !
jays In effect, the university was not (
a party to the adoption of the rule i
by which Virginia claims Johnson ,
should be disqualified. and thai it wax
not advised of the existence of such
* rule until five days aso.
Virginia IhiwI Statement.
In a signed statement issued, tlie
faculty committee on athletics of the
University of Virginia declared their
objection to the University of North
Carolina ruling IV. I. Johnson eligible
aa a player ts based on sections 3
and 11 of the contract for the game,
and on regulations passed by the
aouthem state universities confer
ence in 1916.
Section 3 reads: "The eligibility of
the players on the Virginia team
BhtU be determined in accordance
iTlth tlie published faculty of the
University of Virginia, and the eli
RlbUlty of the players on the North
Carolina team shall be determined in
accordance with the published fac
ulty rules of the University of North
Carolina: and the players on both j
teams shall be eligible under the
rulefl of the athletic conference of
southern state universities."
The eleventh section reads: "This
agreement shall be apprt>ved by the
faculty committee on athletics of
both institutions." The signatures of
the chairmen of the faculty commit
tee on athletics of both institutions
are formally and officially affixed.
The conference regulation reads:
"If a student has participated In
olthtr Any intercollegiate foot ball or
baa* ball contest he shall not be eli
gible in the same branch of sport at
.-mother college hi* first' succeeding
D tin bar and Armstrong Colored i
High School teams will meet in Uteir
atonal foot ball game Monday aft
ernoon at . American Iieague P*rk?
* Kach team has lost but one game this
saloon, Storer's College of Harpera
Ptrty taking the measure of both.
I>unhar has been coached by Doug
)km, whila ftayford has been tutoring
tha Armstrong aggregation. Ross,
^ggj^jj^WUktoaon^are expected to
? V
CHAPKL HILL, C. Xovfinbcr
ithinehart. of the L'ni
veriilty of Virginia foot bali team,
late loKt night (rlepbenrd (apt.
Lowe of the Inlveraity of .>orth
< irolinn eleven, swayimr the *tn
dentft of the tiniver?it>^?f Virginia
hel?l :i inn.HH meeting Inat iiight
and unfed that the game Nchrd
tiled between the two unlversttlen, ,
vailed off nt nicht on account of
a dinnereement over the qualiflca- !
tion of n player, he played regard- '
lew* of whether Johnson in permit
ted to play or not. \othing fur
ther h ax been beard from Char
The Inrgedt crowd that ever at
tended a foot ball game In thin
atate wa? expected to wee the same.
More than eight thouNand ticket**
had been sold and other thouannd*
were expected to eome by apeclal
train and automobile*. front, nil -
parts of Xorth Carolina and Vir
WHson Normal Midgets are booking:
games in the ninety-pound class.
Challenges will be received by C. W.
Corby. Telephone Columbia 916-J.
Eplphquy Center easily disposed of^
the Washin^to^i Barracks tossers, 21
to 6. The victors will meet the Man
hattans November 2tf.
CongrfNii Heights Yankee* and Me
tropolitan of the Sunday School 1
League will be opponents tomorrow;
night in the auditorium at Congress
Heights. Play will start at 8 oclock.
Entries already received for the
thre? s,treet runs for boys, to be
conducted by the T. M. C. A. tomor
row, assure sizeable, fields for the
events held yearly on Thanksgiving
day. Boys twelve'or thirteen years.
of age and weighing less than eighty
five pounds will race one-half mile,
those fourteen or fifteen years of age
a'nd weighing less than 115 pounds
will run one mile, while boys ranging
from sixteen to eighteen years old
of unlimited weight will travel two
All race* will start and finish be
fore the Y. M. C. A. building In G
street, the first starting at 10 o'clock.
Entries will be received until tonight
at the boys' building, 17S2 -G- street.
George Washlnjrton va* Catholic
University, at Central Stadium, lliM.
Georgetown Va. Wet haay, at Aaerf
cau liMKae Park, Siittt.
Maryland vn. \orth Carolina State,
at Oriole Park, Baltimore, 2(90.
Johns Hor>ktn? va. Washington and
Lrc, at Haltfcoore.
Eton va. Guilford. ut Eloii. V. C,
Richmond vs. William and Mary, at
Virginia Polytechnic Institute v*.
Vtrjclnl4 Military Institute, at Roan
oke* Va*
Wake Forest -vs. Hampden-Sldney.
at Rocky Mount, C.
Georgia Tech vs. Auburn, at Atlaata.
UrorKla va* Clemson, at. Athens, Gu*
Georgetown College vs* 'Centre, at
GeorgetoWu,- K j, v ..
Alabama vs. Mississippi Aggies, ut
Birmingham. Ala.
Kentucky vs. Tennessee, at Lexing
ton, Ky.
Vuuderbilt vs. Newanee. at Aashvllle,
Tvnn* j
Pennsylvaala vs. Cornell, nt Phila- j
Lite I I'M."-. A '
r rftrsbumli vs. Penn State. aWltn- |
W?nt Virginia vs. \\nxhiiiKton and 1
JpiiVikvu. nt *?lojfMmoHii. W. Va.
< olunibin vs. Colgate. at* New York, j
!>i<*UitiNoii vn. Iluckucll. ut Carlisle, <
Muhlenberg vs. 1 minus, at Allen
town. Pa.
Prnn Military College vs. St. John's, j
at Chester. Pa.
Vlllanova vs. 31ount St. Mary's, at
Ylllaaova, Pa.
>otre Dame vs. Michigan Affles, at
Notre Dame. lnd.
Nebraska vs. Colorado Affiei, at
Llneoln. Xeh. v .
Ohio University vs. Marietta,, at
Athens, Ohio.
Washington va. Wasbiagtoa State,
at Seattle, W ash. ?
1 tab Afriri vs. 1 tab, at LofUi
I V tab.
! ? ?
| .Scholastic foot ball will end its sea-]
son tomorrow with the playing of |
same* between Western Hign $cnool l
ami Army ami *Navy l'repa ami j
j Gonzaga High and the (Junzaga
i alumni. The Western-l'rep engage
, ment will he played on one oi the
j 1'otomac i'ark gridirons, starting; at
I l?:?U o clock, wh;le-Gonzaga will meet:
j the graduate eleven on Catholic LTni
| versity field at
I The last of the annual high school
| championship series is being played
i this afternoon in Cewtral Stadium,
j Tech and Business, the opposing
teams, were to begin their match at
3 o'clock.
I . ?
J / >HICACjO, November 23.?The world's 18.2 balk-line billiard thatn
I pionsbip will be dccided tonight When "Young Jak?"_Schaefer. son
of "Old Jake." who was almost invincible vears ^tA), will It*, to
repeat fiis victory of last night: over Willie Hoppe, presem title-holder,
and decade fcoked on as unbeatable. ? ?
?(ON REM? Ml
Central's eleven, high school foot
ball champion, ended its sg^son in
j Central Stadium yesterday with a
10-?o-0 victory over the freshman,
team of the University of Maryland,
thereby establishing; a record of
eight wins in as many starts for the
campaign. The Old Line cubs gave
the Blue and White a desperate
battle, but the latter at all times pre
sented a more stubborn defense.
The first Central scoring occurred
in the opening quarter when Rauber,
captain-elect of the J 922 eleven,
.kicked a placement goal from the 80
yard Mne. In the final period Full'
back Wilton intercepted a Maryland
forward pass and ran 55 yards to a
touchdown. Rauber's kick gave the
extra point.
NKW -YORK, November 23.?The
first intercollegiate indoor track and
field championship meet since before
the war' will be conducted fn New
York March 11. This decision was
reacifed at a meeting of the Intercol
legiate Association of Amateur Ath
letes of America following Monday's
cijoss-country run.
Jblson Bays Base Ball Stock.
NEW YORKi November 23.?A1 Jol
son, comedian, has purchased a one
half interest in the Hamilton dub
of tbe Michigan-Ontfdro League,
George H. JtainoS, president, of", the
Schaefer grave Hoppe his first beat
: ing Fince 1912. and the worst in his
?arter. when h? overwhelmed the
dutmpion last night. 400 to 26, and
went into a tie with him for first
place in the international toumfament.
Tonijfhfs match is an extra contest
to break the tie and will be at 500
points instead of 400?the number
played in the regular matches.
Tho champion, who appeared some
what nervous laet night as it be
came more and more evident that he
i was doome<| to defeat, today calmly
praised his opponent and said that
| he expected a different*result tonight.
Schaefer's piay in beating Hoppe
I was both spectacular and steady. He
made shot after rhot that brought
t^e crowd to its feet cheering, and
when he did miss he generally left
the champion the most difficult shots.
Hoppe made some great plays, but
could never get the balls together
for a run.
Schaefer had hitfh4 runs of 192 atid
159 and averaged 66 .5-6 against
H6ppe's average of 4 1-3 ami high
run of 15.
Roger Conti. the French champion,
lost an opportunity to win third place
in the tournament when lje was de
feated by Ora MorningstaJV.400 to 123.
Conti and Welker Cochran tied for
third and fourth places. The s'tand
ing at the end of the regular schedule:
Won. Lo?l.
H?rP* T%..... .%
Schaefer 5 1
Cochran 3
Conti 3 3 ;
Horemnn* '2 .. 4- i
Morningstar '2 j
Suttim v......v;v. 1 '5 ,
Would Boom' Ice Hockey.
PHILADELPHIA. November 23.'?
Credits in gymnastic work will'be!
given, to students of the'Vniverslty
of Pennsylvania who devote a speci
fied number of hours e*'cB week to
ice skating and ice hookey. The
hockey team has a schedule of wine
;ames, first meeting Vale December^.
16. . *'
Chickasaw Athletic Clab, which held
the heavier Capitol Heigfit wJuniorfcao
a 6-6 tie, wants a fianie; tomorrow
with some 115-12#rPP'urfd"iJeven.* For
an engagement, telephone* Harry.TC. J
Wayland, Lincoln 4Sa"-J, alter 5 p.ro.
? 1
Mohawk Reserves are anxious ,to
hear from the Weyanokes. The Mo
hawk management may be^alledover
telephone, Lincoln 1695-J. . ,
Circle Atkletlf Clab is prepared: to
play the Laogdon Juniors and wants
to hear from that team.'Harry AlKan,
telephone North 8862, manages the
* . . '
Emblem Midgets desire..a Sunday
game with any team ?vlthe 90-95
pound' class. Elevens interested
should write D. Bellman. Mount
Rainier, Md., or telephone Allen
Wieller. ' ' .;
Arlington Athletic Clab -#ill meet
two teams tomorrow- on 'Fart Berry
Peld at Arlington, -Vs.' Crtrrtal eleven
will be encountered at ^- o'clock and
the Truxtons at' 3. . - ?,
Staatoa Athletic Clab Is oasting
about for an engagement, tomortow.
Teams interested should telephone
Manager Quigley, Lincoln (977.
Boner mmt EmeraM elevens -win
meet tomorrow morning at. 10 o'clock
on Monument Lot- gridiron. No.- 1.
All Roaraers-players are tp, report At
Sth street and Maryland'avenue north
east at 9 o'clock. ... ,
Park View (rUto> want games
with teams in the 126-pound division.
Telephone challenges to Manager
Haines at Columbia 8i29-J;
Tenalaal Athletic Clab -wants a 1J0
ponnd opponent 1 tembrrow, Elevens
[prepared to aocommoaate >the Termi
nals should telephone). -JUnaola
*fterJ.p.n?r - ?
XKW HAVF.X, (nn. \ovrmt>rr
23. ? Alhfrt lute, Yale's star llae*
nu for two wimu, ku bftn dr- i
elaird by Prof. Clarrare W. Men
' Ml, rkafrnaa of tke atkletie board
of coatrol, to he I or liable next <j
?tasoa bffanw ho played foot ball
a year at Hit 1st versify of Mary
laad before remise Vale. He
na? gvard at Yale last year aad
tarkle the preaeat oeanda. He was
a leading; enadldate for the eap
talaey oa the Rtreaxth of bin tar
kle play tkls fall, whleh has ?al
forvoty beea of All-Anaerfeaa type.
His hoaae Is la Bristol* R. 1.
With lato removed from 'the
eempetltlfcp. the captalaey has
aarrowrd dowa to Ralph Jordan
aad Phil Crnikshaak. Kack kas a
large dollowlag.
( PHII.ADEt.PUIA. November :.1 ?
Benny Leonard, champion lightweight
of the world, again proved-his mas
tery here last night when he won
from Sailor FriMman.* Chicago's Bril
liant contender, in eight rounds.
lieonard completely outboxed Fried
man, but in the> closing minutes the
Chicagoan came back strong. They
nlugged and drove each other all over
the ring In the seventh and eighth
rounds, but Benny's lead of pSints.
piled up tn tlie early sessions, proved
too great.
Their weights were announced nt
ringside as: Friedman. 140 pounds,
and the- champion, 138*4. both being
above the lightweight limit. The
, championship technically was not at
"Benny Valger. lit! pounds, of Xew
York, outpointed Tunuiiy Cleary, 1O
pounds.- of-Philadelphia, in an iighW
round xio-decislcu boat.
tjeorge Eaglto of California, out
boxed'Edffie Wagond of Philadelphia
iti eight'rounds.
Ice cream bowlers will have their
Incinga ' tomorrow at the recreation
drives. Sixty gallons'of the frozen
llfcl'nty ,;wl)i be ? distributed alnong
dutkcinptrt! ' recording the highest I
Same - each. hour from noon until
ildalgh't .ott each floor of the estab
lishment:-a-gallon going to cach prize
i winner. . "?
?Toniglrt-teams.of the Batlimore and
TfgalUklfftop branches of Colgate &
Co.- wHl. meet in their annual duck
Tliey will begin bowling at
t o>clook. ? .
M MO H. 4 D?m? lf.r?k mt H at.
Special' prices quoted daring the month of
Notenrtef on antimobil# painting and trim-1
?abut.. ?? . .
Let hi give yon an estimate.
The Acme Auto Top
r.; Company
; . 1421 Irving Street N.W.
c' ' ? ? ? , Ooi- ?**?'
? Football Thanksgiving
Bethany va.
American League Park
<i '? '?*?' ? - '? i i* ? *-?. / ? ? ? t *
Tickets at Spalding's
Would Be Foolish for Ithacans to Invade Phfladel
phia Overconfident?Georgia Tech and
Auburn Offer Big Game in South.
? ?
NEW YORK, November 23.?Bill Hollenback, one of the Pennsylvania
co|ches, told the writer t.oday that the Quaker team had came
along swiftly since the Dartmouth game?in which contest the
Red and Blue displayed her best form "of the season. He said that while
Cornell's strength was appreciated, the Ithacans would be foolish to come
to Franklin Field in a mood of overconfidence. So far as that goes, the
same may be said of any team, no matter how 'strong, which is about
to enter a contest against a aat'ufal rival whose system is well founded.
But there is no doubt that Pennsylvania will be at the top of her form
Thanksgiving day.
1 ' i
FiERKELEY, Calif., November 23.- - |
i Hope for a New Year clay foot ball >
| ?:ame between Vale and California j
I nus practically been abandoned.
{California wanted to play Vale New ?
Year day at the new Standford sta- '
dium or in Pasadena, under the
auspices of the tournament of roses
STATE c6*LLT:GE, Pa., November
23.?Hugh Bezdek; Pennsylvania
State College foot ball coach, has re
ceived an invitation from San .Fran
ciflco'gportsmen to consider a contest
between the Nittany Lions and Cali
fornia at the Pasadena carnival of!
roses on New Year day. Bezdek said
it would be practically out of the |
question for Venn State to consider i
the invitation. Penn St^te team j
plays Pittsburgh tomorrow and |
leaves that night for Seattle,"where j
J it will meet the University of Wash-'
j ington December 3.
i PASADENA. Calif., November 23.? i
j W. F. CreHer, chairman of the^ath
j letic commission of the Tournament I
1 of Roses Association, says no in vita- i
I tions/ had been sent out to any teams j
j to participate in the New Year foot j
j ball game here. He said that no one j
in San Francisco had iieen authorized i
1 to invite the Pennsylvania State Col- j
j lege. -
Kaiser outpoints Moore.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. November 23.?
Pal Moore of Memphis was outpointed
in. twelve rounds of boxing tonight
by Pewee Kaiser of St Louis. Mioore
vvi>? in distress \lue to a cut on the
top of his head, blood from the. cut,
partially Winding him in the late
rounds of the bout.
NEW YORK, November 23.?Will Je$s Willard and Jack Denipsev
next summer in tlic ,Rickard arena in Jersey. City? Thev
won't meet anywhere, according to a man who is close to the fight
situation in various patts of the country, and*who arrived here today to
look <Jver the aspirants for tit* welter title, with a view to staging some
thing-west of the Alleghenies. Jess isn't making any effort to train. He
is busy with his oil wells, which are making too much money for him
to hare any heart in training for a big fight. The fight will be between
Dempsey and Harry Wills, cays this man.
Jersey men who have been say in fir
that Mickey Walker was losing his
punch and were beginning to turn to i
George Ward of the mosquito state, \
as logical claimant for Jack Brit- {
ton's title, have reversed their ideas I
since the Elizabeth mauler Jiandled :
Dave Shade so roughly. It will be !
recalled that some time ago Shade |
had something more fh&n a shade on j
Ward. In the Monday night battle
at Newark between Walker' and i
Shade the Jersey man showed that,
far from slipping, he is improving in '
skill and in pugnacity. He went to
the hard-hitting, fn-rushing Califor
nian and jruve the lad some what bet
ter than he got.
Frank Moran irf as interested as
anybody in the foot ball situation.
He used to play foot ball and later
helped out about the University of
Pittsburgh quarters. "Which takes
more nerve." he was asked the other
day, *'to play foot ball or to fight
in a ring?" Prank laughed. "Well,
both are fights all right," he said,
vbut when you're playing on<a foot
ball eleven you've got ten men to
share the knocks with you and if
you. draw down your face with pain
or let out a grunt no one hears you
down under the pile. But the fight
er has got to take it all himself and
stand up there before a bunch of
yaps and act like he's enjoying it.
The foot ball player gets liis all right <
and the game requires gaiueness and
everything else. , But the^fighter 'is
the one who gets it worst/'
(Copyright, 1921.)
Manhattan Athletic Clnft registered!
its fifth consecutive victory in a 19
to 15 game with the Capital Silent*.
Hutchinson of Manhattan led both
teams at scoring and was strong
defensively. .
In point of playing1 experience. Cor
nell is not to be compared to tin*
Quakers, vrlm have been up against
such outfits as Dartmouth. Pittsburgh
and other strong teams. Cornell has ^
met but one opponent which usuall>
ra^?? high?Dartmouth. As a r?*iJ
Ithaca has rollid up an enurmo'i.
total Mort. There nftf be no doubt
however, that Cornen is a powerful
outfit, collectively affd individual 1V
Coach Do hie. who la-Kan to build lass
season, lias planned his work with .1
view to future rather than imtnediat*
results. Cornell's success thus far
lias been more or less incidental t??
the coach's scheme. Next year mor<*
important elevens will be met: Cor
nell will make her bid for a place in
the sun.
Down mouth on Thanksgiving da''
will be played a southern classic
Georgia Tech against Auburn. Th?
Yellow jackets are booked to win. be
causo since the Pennsylvania Slat,
contest they have developed splen
didly. That game, according to a
southern correspondent, was worth a ?
million to Tech. It remains to b?
seen whether the tornado can better
Centre's score of 21 to 0 again.*-1
Syractifte and Dartmouth in th? r
game in New York, exhibited faul'
in common. There was little coh? -
sion to the attack. Kaili line cliarj: I
in good fashion, and each baekfo
did its duty. Out line and backfb l?i
rarely worked together. This a
plies to both elevens. Defensively. 1!
the two were superior to the oppo
nent's attack; more often than n??'
the attacking team lost ground. Th.
Syracuse material appeared .fin.
physically, but opportunities w? i ?
lost througl) inexperience of tl ?
quarterback. Stegeman of Geoi .<
take notice.
CHICAGO. November 23.?William
C. Prout of the Boston Athletic As
sociation has been elected president
| of/the A. A. IT., succeeding Ft. S.
1 Weaver of San Francisco. Other of
I ticers are: Vice presidents. Charles
ID. Lynch. Detroit Athletic Club: Ed
I win S. Schaefer. Buffalo: Vern l-a. \.
St. Louis: Herman Ubertubessine.
New* York, and secretary-treasurer*.
FredPHubian, New York. t
Cobb's Team fit Bottom.
I SAX FRANCIS*'O, November 23
1 Ty Cobb's San Francisco base ball
i club this week is at the bottom of
j the California Winter League per
centage column and it i* rumor?-l
| that the Detroit leader is planning
I to enlist the services of several
{major leaguers to strengthen th
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