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TheAdminlstra1roposes leAdmlnlstr e Admlnistraproposes to be
roposes prepared pre prepared prepa ¬
pared pa pared ed for any ln fox opposition to the
Panama canal tWay t a ay present Itself
in Congress Congr ss Thherc T here will be such
opposition eltheLn elthetn elthe m or covert and andprobably andprobabl
probably probabl both isj is expected by b those thosewho thosewho thosewho
who have closelypwed developments
in recent month monthQuestions monthQuestions monthQuestions
Questions of InJstratlve policy polle polleor
of financial mament man ent of commercial
utility and ojherjj o other her constantly constantl under
discussion and qis t is little doubt that thatfast
thcAdmln the Admi nlstratl strat14
getting Celt torq fo
t tlfled ficd as fast ajjaslble
asslble sSlblcagn1nst against at ¬
tack at any nn jioln jiolnSecretary OInt ofu ofuSecrete
Secretary SecretaIYfts Secrete rts lesion1Vith Mission MissionWith Missionylth
With this in vj 11t it Is said Secre ¬
tary Taft I sto to the isthmus As
the t e man In first firstfconslblllty onslbuity he will
be b in I demand toprm toprmCongresslonal toprmCongresslonalcommittees to rm Congressional Congressionalcommittees Congressionalcommittees
committees abou aboutual tai conditions to toexplain toexplain toexplain
explain away a WtlY dading reports to
thresh out the wj wi w from the chaff of ofrumor ofrumor ofrumor
rumor and conjee conj < < te a and allegation allegationand n11eationand allegationand
and to give the fnbera nbers reliable in ¬
formafion formation on all allChairman allChairman its itsChairman
Chairman Shon Shonhas as but just re ¬
turned from the imus but the trip
of Secretary Tat Tafj assumed to mean
that tho latter eats e to deal directly dlrectl dlrectlwith
with Congress qhis his exttnt ext nt he will willpass willpass willpass
pass over the theheq hetf the chairman of ofthe oft1
t the t1 e commission c
> re have been
re reports rcports reports ¬
ports that SecrctatTaft Secret rart was not alto altogether altoGether altogether ¬
gether pleased wltpme wi me of the policies policiesof policIesof
of Chairman Shoij Sho Shod and likewise that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the chairman wahot wnot wcotentlrel entirely satis ¬
fedwith fied with the dlspom to step over his hishead hishea hishead
head hea I IUp
Up tongress tongressIt tohgress tohgressfit
fit It Is still up tcongress t ngress to decide decideyWhether decidewhether decidewhether
whether the canal can all ll be of the lock lockor lockorf lockor
or orf sea ea level typoOn ty n this question questiondoubtless questiondo questiondoubtless
doubtless do doubtless btIess there v be animated and andlengthy indlengthy mdlengthy
lengthy debate e financial financln1prob financln1problcins prob problems problems ¬
lems are likewise i ijo 10 o Congress These TheserZlnoludSUnpt These1i1cludonpt Theseliicludo
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= ESfllltlfari all trihrttiarihas ban has yet etlen en made for the thefuturYj thefuturt thefuttuwork
futtuwork futurYj work but 4 according to re recent recent recent ¬
cent reports reportsa a pldo Issue bonds for forthe forthe forthe
the the expenses alrea alreacncurred < Jncurred curred 50000000 150000000There 50000000There 50000000There
There Is confldeibeliof confide > ellcf lief In best informed In Informed Informed ¬
formed circles tha thate ic consulting en enBineers enIn engineers
Bineers In ers will recomnk recomntl recom a a sea senle sealevel level el ditch ditchAnd ditchAnd ditchAnd
And there is also al50trlrong ptrong strong Impression Impressionthat ImpreS510nthat Impressionthat
that the demand ftf sea level one will willhave willb willhave
have b e considerable pport port in Congress Congresson
on various grounds groundsThe sroundsjThe groundsaThe
The commission ijxpected to make makeknown makekDown makeknown
known Its decisionjfflclally within a amonth amonth amonth
month Chairman oats has strongly
intimated that he jTers the sea level levelcanal levelcanal levelcanal
canal If I his vie vied leJ should seriously
conflict cont1l t with those the be consulting en enjrlneers enIrJneers engineers
jrlneers another ijrestlng l resting situation situationmight situationmight sItuationmight
might be developed developedOn develonedOnt
On Ont tbE th KvhoIe whole hoIe the nationi iattoa Izat on is regarded regardedas
as oneaof oneotthe on i tthe the mcstmcult mostf1cult most Ucult that Secre Secretary SccrEtary Secretary ¬
tary Taft Taftmth with alls nllf8 experience and andEuccessln andsuccessIn andsuccess
Euccessln success in difficult ninlstratlve prob problems problems problems ¬
lems haatever ha b al > ever ever facel facelNERVOUS face faceNERVOUS < 1 1NERVOUS
NERVOUS DOCTR DOClRrUts DOCTRTUJS DOC1RTUIS
rUts TUIS A SUICIDE SUICIDEAUBURN SUICIDEAUBuRN SUICIDEAUBURN
AUBURN AUBuRN N Y C 20 20Dr Dr Charles CharlesAGwlnne CharlesA
AGwlnne A Gwlnne one of most prominent prominentof
of the tberoung young physics phys nsor of this city citycommitted citycommltted citycommitted
committed suicide J stabbing Gas Gaswas Gaswasllso Gaswas
was wasllso also turned oria om his bathroom bathroomwhere bathroomwhero bathroomwhere
where the act was cjmltted cjmlttedDr c fitted fittedDr IttedDr
Dr Dr Gwinne was of 0 Cr nervous temper temperament temperament temperament ¬
ament and for seva sc ser days had been beenone beenone beenone
one of the theprlnclpawltnesses principa principatvitnesses witnesses in the theslander theslander theslander
slander suit of JOYS Joli Jo L Hunter vs s
Jtfayor Maor ayor cOxbome O bnrne nme in tlch Ich ch S7000 SiOcmed < > is inN de demanded
manded ed JThs N a v rhqJelaBe wvlse nse hinges hlng iiun on a atransaction atransactlbn
transaction with Drfrwinnes father fatherwho
who is one of the As R oldest physi physicians physiclans ¬
clans lans The lawsuit jstill still on triaL trtaLTHE triaLTHE triaLt triaLTHE
t
THE WHITE WHITERAUTS RAIT RAIITS S CIRCLE CIRCLEA
A wildcat roamlnalsconsolatcly roamln 15con50Iatch In Inthe Inthe inthe
the woods woods longed t t companionship companlonRhipThere companlonRhlpThere companionshipThere
There were w re no othel1lts othe othcrats is near n ar and he hefelt hctelt hefelt
felt ver very e1 > lonely lonelySuddenly I ISuddenly ISuddenly
Suddenly It occurre occurr4o o him that there theremight theremight theremight
might be plenty t < white rabbits rabhitsaround rnbhltsaround rabbitsaround
around and that he t hungry as well wellas wellas wellas
as lonesome So thelg th lg wildcat began beganto beganlosing beganto
to losing sing a plaintive agv am the burden of ofwhich othlch ofwhich
which hlch iwas fW waa so O my m jeet white rabbitwhen rabbit rabbitwhen rabbitwherf
when when you y are scare scaredou scare4ou ou run in a clrcle clr clrciev cfrcle
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A AwhIte whlta rabbit heal heal him and saiu sa to toitself toItself toitself
itself Ho ho hot Thaaangerous Th angerous fellow fellowthe fellowthe fellowthe
the wildcat Is abo Is he Well I Iwill Iwill Iwill
will show him that do not run In a acircle acircle acircle
circle circleSo circleSo f fSo
So off tb the ± rabbit silted S ted ed and ran with withall withall withall
all his might Thene Then stopped and an listened 1 1tened lis listened ¬
tened Again he heal h the song nearer nearerthan nearerthan nearerthan
than before b tore and ofjhe o he started againSeveral again againSeveral againSccraltImes
Several SccraltImes times he dldpis did ls and each time timethe timethe timethe
the song son g seemed n nerer er You see the therabbit therabbit therabbit
rabbit had formed te t bad habit of run running running running ¬
ning In a a circle ancnow an ow he could run runno runno runno
no other way try nwr aihe a he e might mightSo mightSo mightSo
So he kept circlin clrcU on ever getting gettingnearer gettingnearer cttlngnearer
nearer to the wlldci wilde until at lat the thecftt thecM thecat
cat with a a final but of melody melod said saidcared Baldmy saidA
A my sweet whl billt rabbit when you youare ou ouar
ar are acared cared you mi miprounced ru n a a circle and andprounced andprouncedupon
prouncedupon prounced upon himknd blm hh4nd nd had him for forsupper fors forsupper
supperThis supper s i
This rIs Is s the story fe a Indians tell and andIt andIt andit
It shows how a baj ba habit gets HO fas fastened tast fastened ¬
tened t ned on one on that een n to save his life lifehe Utehe lifehe
he cannot break It a
BANK CLERKS CLERKSPOSTAL DEBATE DEBATEPOSTAL DEBATEPOSTAL
POSTAL SAVINGS BANKS BANKSNegative BANKS1 BANKS1Negative BANKSWins
Negative S Wins Wt W Decision drl9 3 in 1n Contest gQJ1test to Prepare for fqrti Inter r rCity
NegativeCity 2 W vj P v < v a aCi
Ci City ty Match l1 tch With Baltimore a1tim re Chapter ChapterMa ChapterManyBankers Many ManyBanters y t
Bankers Present I
That the United States Government Governmentshould Governmcntsbould Governmentshould
should establish postal savings s 1Vlngs banks bankswas bankswas bankswas
was the subject debated last last night by bythe b bthe bythe
the Washington Washl 1 ton Chapter American In Institute Institute Institute ¬
stitute of Bank Clerks E P Wilson Wilsonand Wilsonand llson llsonand
and F B Devereaux on the affirmative affirmativecontested affirmativecontested affirmativecontested
contested with H lL H Smith and S J JHenry JHenr JHenry
Henry Henr of the negative negativeAfter negativeAftcr negativeAfter
After a conference contcren e of fully full twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes the Judges judges F R Dooley Doole G GO GO
O Walson and Georgj3 Georg Georges3V J t Zj lYhjJeder lYhjJederelded YltIJeti hljede hljedecWed < < 1 1clded
elded in n favor of the the negative pegativeThe J1 negativeThe gatIc gatIcThe
The debate was In preparation for i an anIntercft an anIntercity anintercity
Intercity Intercft debate debatemth with the Baltimore Baltimorechapter Ba1t1morechapter Baltimorechapter
chapter bf the same organization on onsome onsome onsome
some national financial question to be beheld beheld beheld
held in January Tanuar The Peoples Savings SavingsBank SavlngsDank SavingsBank
Bank has offered a silver loving cup to tothe tothe tothe
the winners of the debate debateSuccessful debateSuccessful debateSuccessful
Successful Elsewhere ElsewherePresident ElsewherePrcsldent ElsewherePresident
President John Poole of the Wash Washington WashIngton Washington ¬
ington Loan and Trust Company pre presided presidt presided ¬
sided sidt > d last evening eenlngand and first Introduced IntroducedE
E Pi r I Wilson for the affirmative Mr MrWilson MrWilson MrWilson
Wilson spoke of the feasibility and necessity ne necessity necesslt ¬
cessity cesslt In this country countr of Governmental Governmentalpostal Governmentalpostal Governmentalpostal
postal savings banks Nineteen coun countries countries countries ¬
tries operate the system most success successfully successtull successfully ¬
fully tull ho h said saidH sadH saidH >
H H Smith for the negative assert assertCHADWICK ass assertCHADWICK rt rtCHADWICK
CHADWICK JEWELRY JEWELRYSOLD JEWELRYSOLD I
SOLD IN CLEVELAND CLEVELANDCLEVELAND CLEVELANDCLEVELA CLEVELANDCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND CLEVELA 4 Oct 20 2ONlne Nine pieces of ofJewelry ofjewelry ofjewelry
Jewelry formerly tormerl owned by Mrs Cassie CassieL
L Chadwick seized bv the customs au authdrlties auth authdrities
thdrlties th r1Ucs for nonpayment of duty3veresold dutjVjvere dutjVjveresold dutr1Veresold
sold at auction In the United States Statesmarshals Statesmanlhals Statesmarshals
marshals office officeThe officeThc officeThe
The total amount bid was 2217 221 con considerably conslderabl considerably ¬
siderably less than the appraised value valueThe valueThe altie altieThe
The largest piece was a ring with a adiamond adiamond adiamond
diamond setting weighing slightly over overseven overscen overseven
seven carats which sold for 665 C6 The ap appraised appraised appraised ¬
praised value was SOO Another was a aring arIng aring
ring with two diamonds each weighing weighingtwo weighingtwo weighingtwo
two and a half carats which brought
421 Many buyers were present from fromother tromother fromother
other cities citiesNO citiesNO citiesNO
NO MIDDLE GROUND GROUNDThe GROUNDThe GROUNDThe
The proprietor of a dry ry goods store storehad storehad storehad
had proposed to the milliner who owned ownedthe ownedtho ownedthe
the establishment across the way wayBut wayBut wayBut
But Mr Wrappemup she said Im Imnot Imnot Imnot
not sure I like you well enough to tomarry tomam tomarry
marry you Let us be merely friends friendaas friendsas
as heretofore heretoforeWe heretoforeW4
We W cant Mrs Wrlbbens he an answered answcred answered ¬
swered through throug througji his set teeth There Thereis ThereIs Thereis
is no friendship In trade You will like likeme meame li a awall
me well enough enoughmillinery to marry me e or llad 1 Ill Illadd 11 11add
ad add wall n a millinery department to to my mystock mystockChlcago
stock stockChlcago Chlca Chicago g Tribune
t IF IFf
f If you saw ten tendollars tendollars
dollars on the thestreet
° 9 street would you youpick youPick
1 pick it up upIt
It wo ten you ou that you can save Ten TenDollars TenDollars
Dollars cash ori every suit or overcoat overcoatwe overcoatr
r we make would you como and give giveyour us usyour
your order for your Fan Suit or Over Ovetcoat Overcoat
coat NothlngUko Nothing like a a trial It we tall tallto fallto
to fit you we pay for all failures failuressmr failuresSUIT
SUIT OR OVERCOATTO OVER GOAT TO ORDER ORDERSpecial
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Sp Special claBack Black Tldbetor Tldbetorother T1libet or orother
other stylish materialWorlds materIal materIalWorlds
Worlds Largest TallorslIllls to Man DIrect DIrectGlasg DirectWoolen
9 Glasg r sasW w Woolen oo Mills tso Co
615 penn Penn Ave
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ed the plan was unconstitutional and andwould andwould andwould
would be a death blow to savings Sllvln banks banksand bankjand banksand
and a serious drawback to all allprIate allprIatebanking alLprivatebanking private privatebanking
banking bankingF
F B Devereaux for the affirmative affirmativedeclared affirmativedeclared affirmativedeclared
declared such institutions would secure secureabsolute secureab30Iutcanfetfor secureabsolutc
absolute ab30Iutcanfetfor safety for the peoples savings savingsteach sayIngsteach savingsteach
teach economy and stop private hoard hoardInn hoardInr heardn
Inn I n because of a lack of confidence cQoflden c In Inour Inour inour
our present banking institutions InstltuU Jis
Mr Devereaux said It is the only
system Sgt system m ever devised by b which 1ch pa panics panicsloans Jcs >
ranur factures s and adverse trade trad cannotarr cannoEa3tgci ct
loans deposlst or the foreclosure of a
debt No Demand for Them ThemS I
S J Henry Henr for the negative said saidthere saidthere saidthere
there was no general demand for pos postal postal postal ¬
tal banks banksA banksA banksA
A number of prominent bankers was waspresent waspresent waspresent
present Including W D Hoover vice vicepresident vicepresident vicepresident
president National Safe Deposit Com Company Cornpany ¬
pany pan A B Clements Aetna Banking Bankingand Bankingand Bankingand
and Trust Company J G Moore Moorecashier Moorecashier Moorecashier
cashier Metropolitan Citizens Bank Bankand DankandJ Bankand
and andJ J B Finley Flnle president of tho na national national national ¬
tional board of trustees American Institute Insti Institute Institute ¬
tute of Bank Clerks ClerksThe ClerIcsThc ClerksThe
The program of the Institute for the thewinter thowlnler thewinter
winter Includes lectures bv bComptrOller bComptrOlleroC Comptroller Comptrollerof
of rthc r the Currency Currenc RJdgolV Rldg lv Secretary S cret ry
Shaw and exSecretary Lyman Gage GageDIAL Gag GagDIAL GageDIAL
DIAL 3000 FEET ABOVE SEA SEAGreece SEAGreece SEAGreece
Greece boasts the largest sun dial on onthe onthe onthe
the planet There is a r large promontory promontoryn
in i n the Aegean sea looking to the east eastwhich eastwhich eastwhich
which extends 3000 feet above the level levelof levelor levelof
of the water As the sun swings around aroundthe aroundthe aroundthe
the shadow of the mountain touches touchesone touchesone touchessone
one by one a n circle of Islands separated separatedby separatedby separatedby
by regular intervals which act as hour hourmarks hourmarltsExchange hourmarksExchange
marks marltsExchange marltsExchangeWant marksExchangeWant Exchange ExchangeWant
Want to Exchange Something SomethingTry SomethingTf SomethingTry
Try Tf a want ad In the For Exchange Exchangecolumn
of The Times and make your yourtrade yourtrade yourtrade
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1 I I I I I I I I Ie I I I e II III
I Fond of Fishing FishingWell fI T
Well dont miss the sport on onthe onthe onthe
the upper Potomac Finest bass bassfishing bassfishing bassfishing
fishing In years See us about the thotackle theI
I tackle tackleHeadquarters tackleL I
L Headquarters Hendqu rters for Football FootballToggery Footballf
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BOAT HOUSE Finest n nhlng hlng In Washing Q5hlng ¬
ton Special attention to ladles Live bolt bolton batton baiton
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Little ittle Known About Balti Baltimore 13altill10re Baltimore ¬
more Team TeamSCRUB TeanISCRUB TeemSCRUB
SCRUB PRACTICE NEEDED NEEDEDCoach NEEDEDCoacJ NEEDEDpoach
poach Coach Barnard Handicapped by Lac Lacof Lack Lackof Lacof
of Strong Second Team leamProb leamProbabJe = Prob Probable Probable ¬
able Lineup
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I George George Washington i University unh UsiWcm1t rs t will willstack willstlckup willstack 1
stack stlckup up up against Johns Johns Hopkins tomor tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row afternoon at Van Ness Park at atOdOCk atoclock i ioclock
oclock
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Little is known by b Coach Barnard and andhis andhis an anhis d
his henchmen about the prowess of the theBaltimore theJaltlmorc th thfaltimore e
Baltimore team and they the hae little littleIdea littleIl1e littleides
Idea Il1e vhether they the are to have a snap or orthe orthe o othe r
the fight of their lives I es The l1e Hopkins Hopkinsoutfit HOPKinsoutfit Hopkl Hopkloutfit ns
outfit Is supposed to be light but fast fastInit fastImt fastbut
but that Is all aJIthat that has been heard heardCoach heDrdCoach heardCoach
Coach Barnard has been putting the theGeorge theGeorge th thGeorge e
George Washington university through througha througa h
a hard course ot sprouts this week He Hehns Hehas H Hehas
has been greatly handicapped by the thelack thelack th e
lack of a sufficiently strong scrub team teamto team teamI >
I to give the varsity grueling tryouts tryoutsMuch tryoutsMuchor tryoutsMuch
Much Muchor of the th work has been limited limitedto
to signals and formations formations with Ith one one or ortwo ortwo ortwo
two tricks thrown in to be used In Inemergency Incmergenc n nemergency
emergency cmergenc There has hn been some im improvement improvement improvement ¬
provement In the way W11 of getting offfast off offfast ofttaste
fast taste and the backs are are working Yoorkln welltogether well welltogether welltogether
together but until the men m n are put uo uoagainst unagainst upagainst
against a a rival team it t will w1llbe be harTto
determine Just how far they th have prog progressed pro1r progressed ¬
ressed ressedThe r ressedThe ed edThe
The probable lineup tomorrow will be
Lorando Loran C left lef end Gibson lbson left tackle
Boarman or Fields left guard VIerrn Vlerrncenter Vlerracenter VIerrncenter
center Kilgore right guard Morris Morrisright Morrisright 0ri1
I right tackle Smith right end Steen Steenerson Steenson Steeneson
erson son quarterback Leonard left half
bnck Stevenson right halfback and
Llnthlcum fullback fullbackSteenerson fullbackSteenersorr fullbackSteenerson
Steenerson will be bercUed relied upon to do
the punting puntingMARYLAND puh lng lngMA
MARYLAND MA YLAND COLLEGES COLLEGESFOR COLLEGESFOR COLLEGESFOR
FOR PURE ATHLETICS ATHLETICSANNAPOLIS ATHLETICSAN ATHLETICSANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS AN APOLIS iicL ld Oct 20 20Steps Steps have
been b en taken to reorganize the old associa association association assocfation ¬
tion of Maryland I land colleges organized Q Qthe othe ii iithe
the purpose o5 o promoting amateur parity
In the membership of the teamsWestern teams teamsWestern teamsVcstern
Western Maryland rarland Maryland Agricul Agricultural Agricultural Agricultural ¬
tural and St Johns Colleges have agreed agreedto agreedto agree agreeto
to join and a constitution agreed upon uponby uponby uponby
by representatives of each institutionnow institution institutionnow Institutionnow
now awaits the adoption of the different differentfaculties dltrerentfaculties differentfaculties
facultiesThe faculties facultiesThe facultiesThe
The eligibility rules rul s qonflno < onfine tho play playcrs playera
era to undergraduates tinder adl1ates who Have n6 n6played not notplaved n6tploved t
played over oy fib fh years years at atthc the institutionand Institution Institutionand 1ristltutionond
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The first big big college game of the local localootball local localfootball localootbnll
football season will be played at atGeorgetown atGeorgetown atGeorgetown
Georgetown Field tomorrow tom < > rrow afternoon afternoonat
at 330 oclock when Georgetown meets meetsSwarthmore meetsSwnrthmDre meetsSwnrthmore
Swarthmore SwarthmoreIn
In the three games played thus far the theshowlngi theshowing theshowings
showing of the men from across thecreek the thethe thecreek
creek has been rather poor but since sincethe
the Villanova game last Saturday Saturda Dr DrReillys DrRelllyrs
Reillys squad has been b en augmented by bythe bythe i ithe
the addition of a a a number of big men menfrom menfrom menfrom
from the different dltter nt departments of the theuniversity theunhcrst
university unhcrst and tho team which takes takesthe takesthe takesthe
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freshman who ho came out for the first firsttime firsttime firsttime
time last lastMonday Monday will play pla guard with withCnnat 1 1Cain <
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backs backswlth with Bocock fullback but the thequarterback thequarterback g gquarterback
quarterback Is still open ODenSwarthmore ti tiSwarthmore t
Swarthmore has the strongest eleven eleenthat eleventhat a athat
that has appeared In Washington in inth a anumber q qnumber
number of O years ea In the game game w with th a
Pennsylvania Swarthmore swart hmorc played the
Red and Blue to a standstill for the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater part of tho game and Penn Pennwas Pennwa Penngas
was wa Just abl ab1R to win out by b 10 to 4
Swarthmores most valuable alunb1 man Is
Captain Crowell who is considered consideredwithout considered1thout consideredthout
without wi thout a a peer at the art of drop kick =
Ing and Is dangerous whenever his team
has the ball within the GOyard line lineMaxwell lineaxwell
Maxwell M axwell the big guard who formerly formerlyplayed formed formedplayed formerlyplayed
played at Chicago was named by a anumber anumber anumber
number of critics as AllAmerican AllAmericanguard AilAmericanguard AllAmericanguard
guard and this fall his work has been beena beent
a t feature of all of Swarthos Swarthn tos os games gamesThe gamesThe gamesThe
The visitors sltors are coached by George GeorgeBrooke GeorgeBrooke GeorgeBrooke
Brooke Pennsylvanias fullback of thelate the thelate thelate
late nineties ninetiesEncouraging nlnetlcEncouraging ninetiesncouraging
Encouraging E Practice PracticeThe PracticeThe PracticeThe
The practice at Georgetown Field yes yesterday es estcrday ¬
terday consisted coTasisted of ora a game with the thepost thepost
post team from Fort Mycr Two Twotwentyminute Twotwentymlnute Twotwentyminute
twentyminute halves hal CS were w re played dur during dur ¬ I
ing which whi h time the varsity ran up ascore a ascore nscore
score of 33 to 0 Tho work was the thebest thebest thebest
best of the season and Coaches Reillynd Reilly Reillyand f fand
and nd Owens expressed themselves th mscles as aswell asll asell
well w aw ell ll satisfied with the showing of thepliers thelayers the theplayers
players playersSWARTHMORE pliersSWARTI
SWARTHMORE SWARTI IORE Oct 20 roArter After a along along along
long signal practice yesterday afternoon afternoonthe atternoonthe afternoonthe
the entire Swarthmore squad was dfvlded di divided diI ¬
vided I ed Into two t o sets for fora a game of otsoclatlon As Association As Association ¬
sociation football The men kept hard hardat hardat hardat
at It until after dark The team will willline wiltline willline
line up as follows for the Georgetown Georgetowngome Georgetowngame Georgetowngame
game Ends Yates and Rowlands Rowlandstackles RowlandJtackle Rowlandsackles
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