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° THE WASHINGTON WASHINGrONTllIES TIMES SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 WOT WOTAfternoon 1907Ilzis O7 O7TIis r
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Ilzis TIis Afternoon Will Marie 3Iarlc6Decisive decisive ecisie Football Contests
Real Test of Princeton PrincetonStrenath FrincetonStrernith I
Strength in Game T Todau TodauWith Todauk odan odanWith
k With WithCornell Cornell at Ithaca IthacaCarlislePenn IthacaCarlislePenn IthacaCarlislePenn
CarlislePenn Game the Other Major ajor Attrition AttritionFordham Attr AttrctionFordham ct on onFordham
Fordham I in i Prime for Georgetown Skir Skirmish Skir Skirmish Skirmish ¬
mish in New York YorkChanges Changes at Yale
Many Interesting football games are arescheduled arescheduled
scheduled tor today but two stand out outfar outfar outfar
far above the others otbersthe the PrincetonCor PrincetonCornell princetonCornell ¬
nell and PennsylvaniaCarlisle matches matchesThe matchesThe matchesThe
The Tigers TJ ers will Ill have to show their tholrfull thaiIfull theirfull
full strength to to seat 6 t Cornell at Ithaca Ithacawhile Ithacahlle Ithacawhile
while hlle the th Indians are sure to make a agood a agood agood
good fight against the Quakers Q akers in n Phila Philadelphia Phlladelpbla Philadeiphia ¬
delphia Yale and Harvard have ha com comparatively comparaUvel cornparattvely ¬
paratively easy games which should shouldhardly sheuldhardly shouldhardly
hardly afford more than stiff practice practiceTale practiceYale practiceYale
Yale meets Villanova a team the theTigers theTIgers theTigers
Tigers defeated 40 to t 5 while Harvard Harvardwill HarvardwJl1 HarvardIll
will Ill line up against the Springfield SpringfieldTraining SprIngfieldTralnJng SprlngfLeldTraining
Training School The Navy will have a aworthy aworthy aworthy
worthy opponent In Lafayette while on onform onform onform
form West Point should have no trou trouble trouble trouble ¬
ble with the University of Rochester RochesterAlthough Roche RochesterAlthough ter terAlthough
Although Cornell was defeated last lastSaturday lastSaturda lastsaturday
Saturday 8 to 8 by Pennsylvania State StateIt StateIt StateIt
It is safe to say that tl at Princeton will have havetc havoto haveto
to play pla far ar better football than that thatteam thatteam thatteam
team did to beat Cornell today tod y It is isgenerally Issenrally Isgenerally
generally believed that th the Tiger Tigreleven TigrelevenwUl eleven elevenwill elevenwill
will win but it is also generally generalI eneralI be believed be1Ieved beIleved ¬
lieved that It will m have no easy time timeIn timein timeIn
In doing so and many football ex experts exrts oxperts ¬
perts rts feel that the Ithaoans may do dothings dothinS8 dothings
things to the Princeton line that will willbring wJUbring willbring
bring sorrow to the hearts he heartl rtJ of 0 Rojjer Rojjerand Roer Roerand Roerand
and his assistants assistantsThe as aselatantsihe l tants tantslhe
The game will be watched with closest closestInterest closestin1est closestinterest
Interest as it Is the first real teat for forthe forthe forthe
the Princeton team The Cornell un understaduate Undergzaduates j
dergtadwates have not lost lQ t faith In their theirelovenl tbelre1i theireleenl
elovenl e1i nl and stOl stll hope for a victory victoryThe victoryThe yictur yicturThe
The Princeton football squad com composed composed cornposed ¬
posed of twentyJive men men and ant accom accompanIed accompealed j jpsnied
pealed by W W V Roper OS O head coach ooachH coachH
H P Wheeler Wh ler M B Booth DO J R RMunn Rlum1 flMunn
Munn lum1 416 0 6 J I L Goosey 07 and X P Pheelec Pheelet PWiieelet
Wiieelet < heelec tt the manager left for Ith Ithaca ¬
aca 18 yesterday yest rday morning at 912 1 l2 oclock on ona ona
a special train which also carried the themusical thenl1 thern9Ical
musical nl1 1jcal clubs and about 400 undergrad undergraduates undergraduates ¬
uates uatesCAMBRIDGE uatesCAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Mass Oct 31 IHar IHarvard Har Harvard ¬
vard will probably face Springfield SpringfieldManual SpringfieldManual SpringfieldManual
Manual Training today minus Capt CaptBartol Captfurtol Capt3artol
Bartol Parker who is suffering from a awrenched awrenched
t wrenched back and a heavy hMV cold coldHe coldlIe coldlie
lIe may possibly go in for a few min minutes mInutes miiiutes ¬
utes but it looks doubtful Harvard Harvardxmderyraduaefl HanardmderJPduaeti
xmderyraduaefl underradu1es had been congratulat congratulating congratu congratulating it itjog ¬
ing themselves that this fall the leader leaderliad leader1141d leaderud
liad ud been In every game and Parker Parkerwill PArkerw1l1
will be much missed Loctewoods bad badankle badankle badankle
ankle will keep him out of the game gameSpringfields gameSlringfteld8 game3nringfiekIs
Springfields line is weak and Har Harvard Harvard faryard ¬
vard expects an easy time Hoar will willgo willgu
go g in left lefl guard for Parker and nd Grant Grantwill Grautivill
will 111 give way at canter to Nours who whotill whotill whotill
till now has been a sub subThe subThe subThe
The practice for the varsity arslty yesterday yesterdayconsisted
consisted of punting and signal drilL drflLA dr drilLA 1 1scrimmage
A scrimmage between the varsity subs subsand subsand subsand
and the seconds onds resulted in one touch touchdown touchdown touchdown ¬
down for the former The playing was waswild w8wHd waswild
wild and there were W8Ie numberless umb riflss fum ¬
bles
WEST POINT N Y Oct 2 CDrill 2DrilIoccupied CDrilloccupied Drill Drilloccupied
occupied the cadets time until nearly nearlydusk nearlydusk nearlydusk
dusk yesterday but a a rapid change cban to totogs totogs totogs
togs and they were hard at work tak taking taking takIng ¬
ing advantage of the short twilight twilightAs
As 08 a good substitute substitutedropkickerClay substitutedropkickerClaya subst1tutedropk1eker dropklcker Clay Claya
a new J ew plebe addition to the squad from fromone fromone fromone
one of the class teams blossomed blos omed forth forththis forththis forththis
this afternoon placing them over at atall atall
all angles much to the Joy of the ca cadets cad catFts ¬
dets d ts along the side lines Forbes would wouldallow wouldallow wouldallow
allow no lineup but he worked the thefirst thel1r8t theflrst
first team through a series 118 of n new w plays playshe playshe
he has formulated formulatedTo formulatedTo
To develop the ends on the forward forwardpass t fomri fomripass rvnLr rvnLrpass
pass Forbes has hit on the scheme of ofstarting ofatarting ulstarting
starting two ends from the goal line linesome Une80me linesome
some fifty feet apart and have them themrasa themthe theenpass
rasa the ball back b ck and forth while whUerun whUerunnlng run running running ¬
ning at top speed speedThe speedThe speedThe
The plan seems to develop accuracy accuracyand accuracyand accuracyand
and eliminate the fumbling to a great greatextent greatextent groatextent
extent Capt P E Pierce football footballrepresentative footballreprt footballrepresentative
representative reprt entatlve at the Academy for foryears tor3rearfl foryears
years was at the practice practiceNEW practiceNEW practiceNEW
NEW YORK Oct 26 261iordkam V > rdham had hadlight hadight hatilight
light ight practice yesteraay in preparation preparationfor preparationfor L Lfor
for the Georgetown Geor etown battle today on onFordham onFordham on L LFordharn
Fordham field fieldThe fieldThe
The men were put through some stiff stiffwork sUttwork stifiwork 1
work on Wednesday Wedne day against the New NewYork NeicYork
York University eleven at Ohio field
The scrub eleven was pitted against the thevarsity thevarsity thevarsity
varsity yesterday and the line showed showedup showedup showelip
up splendid form formScanlon formSCAnlon formScanlon
Scanlon has been shifted from half ¬
back to guard and Baldwin B8 dwJn is likely to tc
be put in at left guard on account of his hisgood hisgood bin bingood
good showing in scrimmage practice
The regular lineup will be In against L
Georgetown Siskind being fully recov recovered recovered recovered ¬
ered from his Injured leg Fast work won
has characterized the various practices practicesof 3 3of
of the eleven and prospects are excellent I
for a a good showing against the visitors visitorsEASTON visItorsEASTON vlstorsEASTON
EASTON Pa Oct 26 GThe The Lafayette
football footb ll players started for Annapolis AnnapolisYHterday Annapolinyesterday
yesterday to meet the Navy today
Twentytwo men were taken along and ani
Lafayette L ta ette expects to put out the strong ¬
est lineup of the season
The practice all we week k has ha been satis ¬
factory to Coach Bull and the men are an
in excellent physical condition EngJe
Is a great addition to the eleven for he h S 3
is one of the best players Lafayette has ha S 3
had but has been kept out of the game gam a
owing to parental objection He mater ¬
ially strengthens the line
McCaa is developing faster than ex ¬
pected With Chalmers and Blocher
the + Vm HaoVa backs are formidable f tr v T FJads J Jkicking drop 1
kicking has been tried this week with wit witmore i
more frequency frequencyNEW
NEW HAVEN Oct Oct 26 6Th The Yale al 0
coaches held a 8 long conference yester
day and decided to make a a number of a 1 ¬
changes in an effort to strengthen the e
offense offenseThe offenseThe
The main trouble has been with the th e
ends and it was sought to remedy this thi i
by b taking Brides from left guard and an
putting him at left end Brides is fast fa faand t
and quick and his end rush work yes ym ¬
terday tfrda afternoon apparently Justified the theTIWIc1 Ui Uiradical I e
radical move of the coaches CO Ahe
Cooney who was reduced from the Ui e
varsity to the second eleven was re restored 20stored r rstored ¬
stored to the ranks of the regulars but hi I
not to his old place He was installed Installedat Installsat
At left guard and as the main fault fan t t
with his work has been his poor pass passOur passOur C COur i
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Football Games Today 1
I IGeorge
George Washington vs M A J t C at atVan atVan
Van Ness Park ParkPrinceton ParkPrinceton
Princeton vs Cornell atlthaca atlthacaPennsylvania Qt a Ithaoa IthaoaPennsyhanla
Pennsylvania vs Carlisle Indians at atPhiladelphia atPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PhiladelphiaYale PhiladelphiaYae
Yale vs Villanova at New Haven HavenHarvard HavenHarvard
Harvard vs s Springfield Training TrainingSchool TralningSebool
School at Cambridge CambridgeNavy CambridgeI
Navy vs 8 Lafayette at Annapolis AnnapolisSwarthmore AnnapoUsSwarthmore
I Swarthmore vs Gettysburg at atSwarthmore atfwarthmore
Swarthmore SwarthmoreFordham fwarthmoreFordham
Fordham vs 8 Georgetown at Ford Fordham Fordham
ham Field FieldSyracuse FieldS
Syracuse S 78CUsO vs Hamilton at Syracuse SyracuseBrown SracuseBrown
Brown vs Williams at Providence ProvidenceArmy ProvIdenceArmy
Army vs Rochester at West Point PoIntHavertord
Haverford vs Ursinus lirslnus rslnus at Haverfor HaverforVirginia HaverfolVirginia
Virginia vs s North Carolina at Rich Richmond Richmond filchmond
mondWaahlngton mond mondWashington
Washington and Jefferson vs s West Westminster Westminister Westminster ¬
minster at Washington Pa PaWisconsin PaWIsconsin PaWisconsin
Wisconsin vs Illinois at Madison MadisonColgate MadisonColgate MadisonColgatTe
Colgate vs Hobart at it t Hamilton HamiltonTrinity HamiltonTrinity HamiltonTrinity
Trinity vs Wpsleyan W sleyan at Hartford HartfordLehigh HartfordLehigh HartfordLehigh
Lehigh vs Dickinson at Carlisle CarlisleFranklin CarlisleFranklin CarlisleFranklin
Franklin and andMarshal Marshal vs St Johns Johnsat Johnsat Johnsat
at Lancaster LancasterRenssolaer LancasterRenlt8olaa1 LancasterRensselaer
Renssolaer Poly vs s Ner Ne York Unt Untveralty Un Unveralty Univorsity
veralty at Troy TroyMichigan TroyMichigan TroyMichigan
Michigan vs s Ohio State at Ann AnnArbor AnnArbor AnnArbor
Arbor ArborBowdoln ArborBowdoin ArborBowdoln
Bowdoln vs vs Colby at Watervllle WatervllleAmherst Watervl1leAmherst WatervilieAmherst
Amherst vs 5 Dartmouth at Amherst AmherstIng AmlerstJng Amherstag
Ing l ag his play at guard yesterday was wassatisfactory Was Wassatlsractory wasatisfactory
satisfactory s atisfactoryHe
He faced Andrus the scrub player playerwho playerwho playerwho
who would be on the varsity if he were wereeligible wereellgl
eligible ellgl e le and fully held his own Howard Howardone
Jones J one who has been at left end for two twoseasons twoeasons
1 seasons s was moved to the other end endI endof
I of o f the line lineANNAPOLIS lineANNAPOLIS lineANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Md Oct 2 2The The Naval
Academy Academyw11l will present a much changed
lineup l against Lafayette today A hard hardgame hardgame L LL
game Is expected and the local team teamwill te tear tearwill m L
will be glad to pull out any kind of a avictory a
victory v against the visitors visitorsOne visitorsOne
One or two of the regulars will be beout beout beout
out of the game entirely while whileethers wblleothers whileothers
others will start though not in thorough thoroughcondition I Iondition
condition c Demott left end endbss has Charley
horse a complaint which has affected affectedseveral I Iseveral
several of O f the squad this season and I
Robertson RobertS n whose experience has been beenat beenat I
at a t tackle will try end endCmcGO endCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 26Wlth WJth Chicago and 00 I
Minnesota Mlnne ota idle today interest Intfr l in the th n
football in the West centers In the game
between the University of Illinois and am
Wjsconain WJ con in on 1 > n Randall field at Madison
The game e will be tne first real contest contestof contestof contes contesof
of the Badgers and will enable theiii theiiito theMto thebto
to show their strength Game in th < > p
W IVest IVestWisconsin V tSt tStVlsoonsln t tWisconsin
Wisconsin vs Illinois at Madison 1IadlsonMlcbigan MadisonMichigan
Michigan vs Ohio State at Ann L
Arbor ArborNotre AroorNotce ArborNoire
Notre Dame vs vs Olivet at t Notre
Dame DameNebraska DameNebnuka DameNebraska
Nebraska vs s Colorado at t Lincoln UncolnVa IncounWabash
Wabash Va h vs Michigan A C at Lans Lansug ¬
Inc ingIowa l ug
ugIowa Iowa vs Drake at Des Moines MolnesBOCIYILLE MoinesROGKVllLE Moines8OftE
BOCIYILLE DOWNS 0018ROCKVILLE DOWNSONTGOMERY DO8MONTGOMERY
MONTGOMERY SQUAD SQUADROC SAEROCKVILLE
ROCKVILLE ROC VILLE Md Oct 26 GThe The third thirdof thirdot I Iof
of a a series of football games game between betweenthe btweenthe botweerthe
the elevens representing repre enUngtle the Montgom Montgomery Montgonicry dontgomery ¬
ery County School and nd Rockville Acad Academy Academy Academy ¬
emy was played at the t he fair grounds yes yeeterday ya yaterday yesterday
terday and was won by the academy academ r rboys
boys bv 10 to 0 0It OIt 0It
It was as a hardfought battle all the theway theWlJY flu fluway
way through Twentyminute halves halveswere halveswere i Cplayed
were were played pla od the victors securing a atouchdown atouchdown r L Ltouchdown 1
touchdown 4ach ach half K I Shrewsbury Shrewsbur r
doing the trick in the first and Higgins HlgglnsIn I Iin J
In the second Lineup LineupAcademy LIneupAcademy LineupAcademy
Academy Positions High
Frlebus FrJebusL L E Deets S
Green L T 2 Reed
Wilson L G Heagy k
Jones Center Gott Got t
I Dawson DawsonIt R G Hewitt
Silvennan SilvermanIL R T PWarfieli Warfleld j
Gelleher GelIeherR R E F Dawson
S Shrewsbury ShrewsburyQ Q B BHoklnson Hoaklnson
Smith L H B Pollock
K Shrewsbury ShrewsburyR R H B BRobertson Robertson
Hlgglns F B BRobertsoi Robertson Robertsonl
l Referee Referc RefereeGeorge George Kllchner Scorer
Jesse Higgins Lineman Linemanrr Dr Fred Hen ¬
derson dersonCOLUMBIA der50nCOLUMBIA dersonCOLUMBIA
COLUMBIA ROWERS ROWERSFALL ROWERSFALL ROWERSFALLREGATTA
FALL FALLREGATTA REGATTA TODAY TODAYNEW TODAYYOnK TODA I INW
NEW YORK Oct 36 26F1nal Final arrange arrangemerits arrangements arrangenients
merits have been mads for the annual annualfall annualtall minus LI LIfall 1
fall regalia or ci the Columbia COlum lc University UniversityI 7
I Rowing Club which wrf h will be held on the theHarlem th e eHarlem
Harlem river th the > afternoon afternoonThe afternoonThe afternoonThe
The race betwen the varsity varslt sopho sophomere sophomere C Crocre
mere and graduate eights will be the thefeature thefeature th e 0feature
feature of the program It is reported reportedthat roportedthat rbporte dthat d
that the Columbia varsity and an a otc o < to toPede C Cfrom i
pede from the Harlem Boat Club will w1llhave w1 11have 11
have a race over a a mile course ending endingthere endingf ondin B
f at the Union Boat Club house but as asI a a
there Is some doubt as n to the eligibility y
of snevlly snevflyand and Spalding spaldlngln In the t11 Columbia a >
I boat it is not certain that the race will wi II 1
take plact plactThere
There will also be a a mile race between
three freshman eights and an Interdor Interdormltory Interdorrnltory unterdonmitory
mltory race of threequarters of a mile
In unaddition addition to the Interclass race raceRINK raceRINK
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Preps to Play PlayFull PlayFull PlayFull
Full Schedule ScheduleMeve
Meve to Abolish Football FootballTurned FootballTurned FootballTurned
Turned Down byFaculty by byFaculty byFaculty
Faculty FacultyThe
The lacuUy faculty saved saved the day for foot football tootball lootall ¬
ball b all tft Army and Navy Preparatory PreparatorySchool PrtsparatorySchool Preparatorychool
School S chool Thursday evening cvenln evening when it do dcoidcd doaided doided
aided a ided that the game anould td ould be con continued continued conunuedas ¬
tinued t to unuedas as a part of the athletic routine routineof routineor routunaf
of o f the school schoolOn schoolOn schoolOn
On account of t severe Injuries to sev sevawl sever aev1 aev1ral
awl er e ral l of the players the proposition to todrop todrop torop
drop d rop football was seriously serlou ly considered consideredand consideredaud consIderednd
and e nd the faoulty has for come time been beenbesieged beenblsleged beenesieged
besieged b by reformers rGformem who advocated advocatedthe advocatedthe advocatedhe
the t he abolition of tho sport The athletic athlotlccommittee
committee c based Its action of Thursday Thursdayevening
evening e on the grounds that little or orno
nf no n o pressure pro 8uro had been brought to bear bearfrom beartrom
from f rom parents of the pupils and that Ve Vestudents thetudents he I Istudents
students s themselves unanimously fa favoed favoed taoed
voed s oed the th continuance of the the8port sport
Coach Coa h Edmonston wll wI have hav his hisharges
harges u out dally from this time on ontin ontnUl
tin u tnUl til the game with the Annapolis Annapolisplaboe Annapolisplebes
pc plebes p lebes which Is the principal drawing drawIngcard
card c ard this year on the Preps schedule 8cheduleIn
In I n the few games played this season seasonthe
the t he team although handicapped by
i light la ight weight has shown to good advant advantage advantage
age a ge and now that the players are nr sure surethat surethat
that t the schedule will be played prao praotice
flee should be bi conducted with renewed r6newedvigor
vigor vigorBonhag v igor
Bonha0 Winner WinnerOf WinnerOf
Of 2Mile 2 Mile Run In InA InA
A A U Meet MeetCon IIeetCon
Con Leahy Defeated in inHigh inHigh
High Jump by byPorter byBorter
Porter PorterNEW Borter BorterNEW
NEW YORK Oct 26 26H 26Honors Honors nor8 were wereabout wereabout wereabout
about evenly divided last nltUt ri lit at the theindoor theindoor
indoor i track and field fi id championship championshipof
of the Amateur Athletic Union held at atMadison atMdJ
MdJ Madison on Square Squat Garden between the themen themen themen
men that wore the he wingedfoot emblem emblemct
ct c th the New York Athletic Club and the theIrishAmerican theIrlshA
IrishAmerican IrlshA erlC8n athletes athletesM athletesJ
M J J McGrath of the New York Ath Athletic AU116t1c ¬ I
letic l atic Club won the 56pound 5 pouQd weight for forheight fOrltelght
height with a throw of IS 5 feet 3 1 inches inchesR InchesR InchesIt
R C Eury of tho same club won on the thestanding theetandlng thestanding
standing broad jump jum p by clearing 1C i feet feetS f
S inches and Dennis HorJ Iforgan > n put the the8pound the8pound the8pound
8pound shot 01 feet Z 214 > inches The TheIrish Th ThIrishAmerIcan TheIrishAmerican
Irish IrishAmerIcan American men who won m n point pointwere polnwwero poIp poIpwore
were George V Bonhag who was first firstacross firstacross
across the tape In the twomIe run H HF HF HF I
F Porter who won on the running high highjump highjump highjump
jump and Melvin W Sheppard who whoTas I Ifirst
1
Tas 15 first in the 1000yard run runClose runCIos runClose
Close CIos Finish FinishThe FinishThe PlushThe
The finish in the final heat h6 t of the 73 73yard 7 7yard 7yard
yard run won by C J Seitz of the theNew theNew i iNew
New York Athletic Club by b six inches incheswas Inch Inchwas incheswas
was so close between him and F Smith Smithson Smithson Smthson
son of Portland Ore that there was wasau wasau I Iuproar
au uproar and some hisses of disap disapproval disapproval disapproval ¬
proval when the winner xias 23 announced announcedBonhag announce announceBonbag mnounceBonhag
Bonhag made most of the running in inthe inthe iii L Lthe
the twomile race with Frank and andEellars andBel1ars I
II
Eellars alternating in second place In Inthe Jr Jrthe I
the last lap Bonhag drew out and woo woorather wonrather I Irather J
rather easily 8UI1 in 0 i minutes 12 1 15 seconds secondsFrank liecondslrank secondsFrank
Frank ran himself out and had to b bcarried be becarried
I
carried < off the track trackI traokCon trackCon
I Con Leahy the Irish champion jump jumper
i cr sprained a tendon in his left foot footning foothlle foolwItIl
wItIl hlle doing his final trlrls In the run running running
ning high jump and this nccWcnt it itwas ItWfUJ II IIwas
was announced lost him third place placeHe placeHe placeHe
He tied with H J Gruinpelt for third thirdplace thirdrJace thirtplace
place at 5 feet 11 Inches and in the thejump lbejump thelump
jump off was only able to clear 5 feet feetPorter feetPorter feetPorter
Porter I L A A C won on 6 feet 1 1D 1Dinches 19Inches 1 1Inches
inches inchesLONGBOAT InchesLONGBOAT InchesLONGBOAT
LONGBOAT TO RUN RUNIN RUNIN
IN IN PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIAPHILADELPHIA I i t
I IPHI
PHILADELPHIA PHI ADErPHIA Oct 26 2 Captain CaptainSmull captainSmull CaptairSmull t 1
Smull of Company D Third Rtgiment Rtgimenti >
N N G P yesterday received a letter letterfrom L
from Tom Longboat the phenomenal phe1omenalCanadian plieiomenaCanadian 1 I
Canadian Indian runner stating that he hepositively heposlUvel he
positively will take part In the Indoor Indoorgames Jndoorgames r
games and and military carnival to tl be held heldIn 11eldIn lickI I I
In In the armory of the Third Regiment Regimenton RegimenFriday I t I
on Friday December 13 13Longboat 13Longh 13Longh3at
Longboat Longh t states in his letter that he hewill hewill he C Cwill s
will run ten t n miles against ag llst any runner runneror 1 1or i
or he will allow two men en to tn run In re relays I Ilays
lays of live miles ea each h against him himTANCEL huniTANCEL
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TANCEL WANTS FIGHT FIGHTWITHJtBE FIGHTWITH
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WITHJtBE WITH ABE GOODMAN GOODMANCHICAGO GOODMArCHICAGO i I iI iCHICAGO
CHICAGO Oct 26 2FalJlng Falling In his hiseffort hi S Seffort I Ietrert
effort to get a a fight with Phil Brock of ofCleveland ofCleveland a f
fL
Cleveland at Springfield last night nightEddie nIghtEddie nighiEddie L t
Eddie Tancel the butcher boy llght llghtweight UghtweIght lughiweight
weight of the West Side Is now seek seeking seekIng seemlog ¬
ing a a match with Abe Goodman who wholost wtlolost wi wilost o
lost a a battle to Packey Pack Y McFarland sev several several seieral ¬
eral days ago agoTancel agoTancel agoTancel
Tancel Journeyed down to Springfield Sprln fleld fleldto d dto
to meet his man but it Is said Brock Brockheard Brockheard Broc Brocheard
heard of the butcher boys terrible wal wallops wallops wa it itlops
lops and failed to show up upBREAKS upBREAKS
BREAKS RUDDER IN MIDOCEAN MIDOCEANEW OCEAN OCEANNEnV
NEW YORK Oct 26 26The The North NorthG Ntert ii iiGerman
German G rman Lloyd steamship Kaiser Wii Wjjhelm WIjhelm
helm dr GroG which sailed from fromew fret U UNew 1
New ew York on Tuesday sdaY broke her rutl rudlf1r rut I Id L
dr d r yesterday while just east t of the theGrand tIn e cI
Grand Banks qf of Newfoundland and ap apsteering approaching a aproachung I
proaching mJ midocean ocenn She procecdoo procecdoosleering I
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TIED T IEDFOR FOR SECOND SECONDIN SECONDIN
IN HIGH SCHOOLS SCHOOLSWestern SCHOOLSWestern
Western Victory Yesterday YesterdayPlaced YesterdayPI YesterdayPlaced
Placed PI acetlIt It on Par With WithEastern WithEastern WithEastern
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Western HIga HIg Schools football team teamoutclassed teamoutclas teamutcIasd
o outclassed outclas ed Eastern as clearly yesterday yoaterdayas
8 as a s the Capitol Hill sQuad was thought thoughtto thoughtto
t to o outclass Central and Business three threeweeks threeweeks threeeeks
weeks w eeks ago agoEastern agoEutern agoEastern
Eastern play pIyrI 4 good football and at attimes attlme atimes
t tlme times came dangerously dangerou ly near scoring scoringMoreover s scoringoreover < 1orh g gMoreo8r
3 Moreover M oreover the Bast Washington squad squadwas squadas
was w as 8 right there with the uncorked on enthusiasm onthuala onhuslasm ¬
l thusiasm thuala m and played to win It was wasEasterns wasEasterns wasasteens
1 E Easterns asteens last fighting chance for sec second second seend ¬
0 ond e nd place and such uch opportunities come comeso comeJO comeo
so s o seldom to Eastern astern that even its staid staidfaculty staidfaculty staidaculty
faculty f threw off or its erstwhile dignity dignityyesterday dignityyesterday
J yesterday y and led the cheering from the thegrandstands thegranilstands therandstands
g grandstands g In the hope 10pe of experiencing experiencingthe
t the tn he novel sensation of greeting a a win winning winning wining ¬
tU ning n ing football team teamUp teamUp teamp
Up U p on New Football FootballBut F FootballBut otbaU otbaUBut
But Coach Kirby8 men showed them thomoalvae theme9lve themelves
e9lve s oalvae elves masters of 07 Jj football and were wereespecially wereapeclaily
especially e pecl1ly strong stron on team work The TheWestern TheVMtern TheWestern I
Western ea squad gave promise of level tleveloplng tievolplng levelOitng
a oplng plng into a a highgrade eleven in the theame thecame theame
came g ame with Technical T bn1eaJ and since then It Ith itas
ha h as mud made good goodStevenson gorrdSteven
hh Stevenson Steven on and McGiffin starred in inhandling inbandllng Inandling
handling h punts and did not make a asingle aingle
single s fumble W W 1 Farmer played a astrong atrosig I
strong s defensive deten tve game for Eastern and andrepeatedly andre andepeatedly I
re sr repeatedly r edly held the Western quarter quarterThe quarterThe I
The only scoring scorh dono in the first half halfwas hallwas I IW8
was when wh Westerns right tackle Guy Guyreceived Guyeceived I
received r the ball from Campbell and andbooted andooted
booted b ooted It squarely between ween the posts postsChance postsChance postshance I
bC
Chance C hance to Score ScoreIn core coreIn j
In the first few minutes of the thesecond thesecondhalt thesecondalf second secondhalf
half h alf It looked as a if Eastern istenn had an ex excellent axeeUent oxollect ¬
cellent c ollect ehaace to score On the third thirddown thirddown thirdown
down d own Eastern was forced to punt punttern puntDaatem puntastern
astern tern made two unsuccessful unlluCC6 sful attempts attemptsat attemptsat
at end runs bofora 1 > 6ior8 punting Western Westerntook Westernook 85tern 85terntook
took t a sudden brace and after some me see seesawing seeawing ¬
awing s in Its own territory pushed pushedObenenam pushedObenchain pushedObenchln
Obenenam across for the first touch touchdown touchdown touchown ¬
down d own Robcon kicked goal goaLThe
Th The 2Stern team made several at attempts attempts atempts ¬
tempts t at punting but failed so 0 signally
that these the e tactics were wr abandoned abandoned and
McGiftln started his backs on lonjr 10ftI end endruns enduns
runs r uns Westerns defense prevented any an
decided gains and th the Georgetown team
finally got possession Ion of the ball and andwhen andwben t twhen
when on Easterns 8yard yard line Crampton Cramptonwas I Iwas
was pushed ohed over for the last down
Robeoa mIMed goal goalThe goalThe goalThe
The lineup lineupWestern ItDeUPern lineupstern
Western stern ern Positions Eastern
Smith Snt I 1 JB Jt Thompson I11omp on onr
pirWer PrQee r capt eaptL L T Murray Murra
I Davidson Lavrldaon1 > aid on L G Clark
Campbel Camp CempbeCenter I Center Trazxtirro TrazzKrroGDrown
Wilson JR G GDrown Brown Chase n
Guy K T TWhitney Whitney bUnll
2 J Robon < ub bIton on It 1 B zFitahugli Fitzhugh L LevenaonQ
Stevtwon evenaonQ Q B BMcCiifln McGliQn L
Hodgson Hod Hodoet1 L H BE Farnier Farmercapt Farniercapt Farniercapt
capt captGbenchaln captObenchalnR captObenchiaR
Gbenchaln ObenchalnR R H B BMlIrtln BMlIrtlnCralnpto Martin MartinCrampto
Crampto CratnptoaF P B BW W Farmer FannerTouch
Touchdowns Touch ToucbdownsObenchahn ownaObenchaJn Obenchain Crampton CramptonGoals CramptonGOHle
CramptonI
Goals from touchdowns touchdownsRobson Robson Goal Goalfrom Goalfrom Goalfront I
from field fleldGuy Guy Referee RefereeMr Mr 1r Gus of ofLehlgh olLehigh
Lehlgh Umpire UmpireMr Mr Houston of DIck Dlckinfcon DIckIRiOn Dickmoon
moon Head linesman Jlnan7 linesmanMr Mr lr Thacher ThacherTimekeepers ThacherT1mek ThacherTimekeepersMr
Timekeepers T1mek TimekeepersMr penMr Mr Lloyd of Western Wwternand Westernand
and Mr Handy of Eastern Time pf pfhtlives2Q p1 p1halvesgm
halves htlives2Q 30 and 25 S minutes minutesSTONECUTTERS minutesSTONEGUTTERSJ minutes8TONftUTTS1
STONECUTTERS UNION UNIONOPPOSED UNIONOPPOSED IINIO
OPPOSED BY LABORERS LABORERSThe LA8OBThe I
The Building Trades Mechanics Coun Council Councii
cil made up of eighteen of the lh building buildingtrades buUdlugtradea buIldin buIldintrades
trades hag h issued a a circular letter letter to totneir totheir te tetfleir
their friends In the fight against the theopen Ui Uiopen
open shop policy of the Employers As Association
sociatlon against an organization of ofstonecutters oftonecutters o f fstonecutters
stonecutters known as lAne National 1
Stonecutters Union UnionThis UnionThl UnionThis
This Thl body of stone workers has a abrandi abranth n 3 3branch
branch In this city working for the themeirbers Lbomerr tb C Cmeirbers
meirbers merr bers of the Employers Association AelioclaUonIt
it Is said and is I composed of strike
breakers be kers whose purpose hers herean1 and every everywhere crerywhere very verywhere ¬
where It has ha a a branch the lhl circular circularItter circulalttter
letter says Is 1 to aid In breaking all allstrikes al alstrikes 1
strikes started against the master build buflden buildem bullders
ers em
emIt It is further said that the organization organizationI Ii Iiii i
I ii a part of the National Manufactur Manufacturers ¬
ers Association scheme to fight organ organized organJzed organtrod ¬
trod labor and that this alleged allt cd organ organof or organnation an anZAUon
nation of union stonecutters was perfect perfected perfectetl perfecteel ¬
ed by the Manufacturers Association Associationto 1
to tc deceive The organization Is In no noway noway fl flway tl 0
way connected by affiliation nor recog recognlzed reCOEnlzed recognized
nlzed by American Federation of La Labor Labor Laher
bor and is s looked upon by the recog rcco rcconlzed
nlzed unions as being be1n composed of roeage the therankest therankest tIn tInrankest B
rankest nonunion element elementliVES elementLIVES
LIVES WEEK ON PEANUTS PEANUTSMAN PEANUTSMAN PEANUTSMAN
MAN LOSES TEN FOUNDS FOUNDSAURORA POUNDSAURORA POUND 3
AURORA 111 Oct 26 2CompleUnghls 2CompleUnghlsfirst Completing his hisfirst s
first week of a sixty days trial of pea peanuts L ¬
nuts Dr T J Allen has lost ten pounds poundsHe poundsHe 3
He says however that his mind Is Isclearer I Iclearer Ls s
clearer and nd his body more vigorous than thanIn thanIn tha thaIn n
In years in order to relieve the U e monot monotony monotony nionolony
ony of his diet the experimenter ate ateroasted ai 8 eIs
roasted goobers today His theory Is I Ithat Is 3
that roasted peanuts tax the digestive dJgestlvorgans a aorgans
organs more than those fresh from the theground theround tIn IC ICground e
ground round
George Washington WashingtonMatched WashingtonMatched > ll llMatched
Matched With Aggies AggiesAt AggiesAt AggiesAt
At Van Ness Park ParkVisitors ParkVisitors ParkVisitors
Visitors Have H a v e Showed ShowedStrength ShovedStrength ShowedStrength
Strength in Maryland State StateChampionship StateCnampionship StateChampionship
Championship Series SeriesGeorge SeriesGoorge SeriesGeorge
George Washington and Mlaryland M1arylandAgrIcultural 1llarylantlAgricultural
Agricultural College wrfll ill dash this af afternoon afternoon afelnoon ¬
ternoon t elnoon at Van Ness Park In what whatpromJses whatromises
promises p romises to ba a close and hardfought hardfouhtgame bardfoughtgame
game gameM gameM
M A C has the strongest stronge t aggrega aggregation aggrgaUon aggregaion ¬
tion t ion of years this fall Coach Nellson Nellsonwas N Netlsoncas elIson elIsonwas
was cas especially anxious nxfou td arrange the thegame thegame thegame
game with the Hatchetltos because the theteams thoteams
teams t eams have not met for several years yearsAt yearsAt yearsAt
At the th last l st clash clashGrge Gebrgo Washington Washingtondecisively Wa WashIngtondecisively bfri n ndecMvely
decisively bested The we he Aggies and anfI the thevisitors thebtors thevisItors
visitors will endeavor to put up a agame agame agame
game fight against the university today todayn
In I n order to insure itself iUel a place on the theGeorge theGeorg6 theGeorge
George Washington schedule scheduleHeld seheduleHeld scheduleHeld
Held Middies to 12 Points PointsIn Points1n Politein
In the game with the Naval Academy Academythe Academythe AcademYthe
the farmers held their opponents to IS ISto 1 1to 12to
to t They n are also at the head of the thecontestants thucontestants thecontestants
contestants for Maryland State eham championship ehamvlonshlp ehampionehip ¬
pionship and although they have yet yetto yetto yetto
to meet meef some of their their strongest rivals rivalsbid rhalsbid rivalsbid
bid fair to finish finl h high up on the list listByrd listByrd listByrd
Byrd and Cooj Coo Cooper r their heavy half halfback ballbacks halfbacks ¬
backs will both be in the lineup to today today ¬
day The rest of the players have not notyet notyt notyet
yet been announced and will not be beknown bekft4 beknown
known kft4 > wn until just before they go on the thefield thefield thefield
field this afternoon afternoonThe atternoonThe afternoonThe
The probable lineup of George Wash Washington WashIngtQn Washington ¬
ington follows Whfttier 1blttier or Neal left leftend leftend leftend
end Alston left tackle Grim or 01 Con Conden Conden
den left guard Haroldson or on Baker Bakercenter Bakercenter Bakercenter
center Holmes Holme right guard Sommers Sommeraright Sommersright Sommersright
right tackle Brooks White or 01 MalaY Maxayright Max Maxright MalaYright
right end McDermott or Pierce quar quarterback quarterback qusrterback ¬
terback Gunning or Tellows right righthalfback riphthal righthalfback
halfback hal ck Craft or r Hough left eft half halfback haltback halfback ¬
back Baker or Whittler hUtler fullback fullbackSEIIBYKLESS fullbackBURNS fullbackBURNS
BURNS BULLETINS BULLETINSSENT BULLETINSSENIBYYIRELESS
SEIIBYKLESS SEIIBYKLESSClosing SENT BY WIRELESS WIRELESSCl
Closing Cl sing Chapter Issued One OneThousand OneThousand OneThousand
Thousand Miles MilesOut ly1iIesOut MilesOut
Out OutBy OutBy OutBy
By TAD TADNSW TADEW TADNBW
NSW EW YORK Oct SS SiWkeleN WJrelew mes messages JrYAS ¬
sages AS received frcm Burae BUJID who is isaboard Isaboard is isaboard I
aboard the Detttschfead Deutschla d bound for forEngland forEll on onEngland
England Ell IaDd Fifty pUl miles mU from New ew York YorkAll YorkAI Yorkjli
All is wttl Il I will fight Johnson JO a on 1C the thepurse thePrse thepurse
purse is big bl enough enoughMessage enoughM88 enoughMessage
Message M88 M881r8 1r8 No o 3 Z seventyfive miles milesout mUMout I Iout
out 1 will fight Johnson winner winnertake winnertnke winnettake
take alL all and titan take OBrien O rlen after afterthat atlelthat afeesthat
that thatMessage thatfe
Message fe age No No2 2 109 out If Jeffries Jeffrieswill Jeffnteswill I
will 111 reenter the ring I will fight ft htblm htblmAnd him himand himand I
and agree 8reE to stop him in ten rounds roundsMessage roun roundsMessage i
Message M8 5lfe No No4 4 Xft miles out I wJh wJhI whJbad
I bad Jofcneon mid a 04 Jeffrie J d en board boardthis boordtills boardtills
tills ship shipI > I would show them who the thereal ther thereal
real r l champion Is IsMeseagc a aMessage tt1le
Message 1le age No o 5 300 mllese out 1 will willtake willtake wil wiltake
take Jeffries Je < < ries Johnson Hart and MOIl Motrand MOIland Moirand
and OBrien one after the ether Line Uneem Ltneem Lineem
em up upMessage upM0568ge
Message No S 16M 1 1 miles out Sup Supply Surply Supply ¬
ply of dope is gone go Burns Burnsbas has retired retiredWife
Wife me will not allow him to fight any an f fSlGEll
ole oleNEW
NEW SINGER lANDS lANDSRUSHED AWll8R8IIEII
RUSHED ONTO STAGE STAGENEW STAGENEW
NEW YORK Oct 36 2E1eanora Eleanora de deCisnercs d dCisnercS SCisneres s
Cisnercs the opera singer who in pri private prIvate pr prvate ¬
vate life te is the Countess Cisneros with withfter wIthiter i Litier
tier husband and mother Mrs Irs J J C CBroadfoot CBroadfoot C I IBroadfoot
Broadfoot arrived in this thi country yes yesterday yesteN yesterday ¬
terday teN a on the Princess Irene and made madea mad a aa
a record for getting getun to work workWhile workWhile workWhile
While the count remained behind b lnd to t
look ioo after her baggage aggage she aii was hur hutnod hurrJed
nod aboard a train and whisked to toPhUadelpWa t tPhiladelphia
Philadelphia where she appeared with withw withthe witi witithis
the Philadelphia w s r j Symphony Orche Oreheath Oreheathin tra train i
in the afternoon On the stage she shewore shewore sh shwore
wore the th tailormade suit in which she shelanded aM 0 0landed
landed landedThe landedThe landedThe
The countess Is h the leading contralto contraltoof contraltoof 0 0of
of the Manhattan Opera Efcuse HUSC and andsings an it itsings
sings on the opening night November Nove ber 4 4BUTTER L LBUTTER
BUTTER BY THE YARD YARDIn Y YARDIn RD RDIn
In Cambridge England butter Is sold soldby sol dby d
by the yard For generations It has been beenthe beenthe bee n nthe
the practice of Cambridgeshire Cambrfdgesh r6 dairy dair y
fclk to roll their butter Into lengths lengthseach J
each length measuring a a yard ard and andeihln an anweighing Id d
weighing eihln a a pound Deftly wrapped In Instrips Instrips I Istrips n
strips of clean white cloth the cyllndrl cyllndrlcal cyllndrlcl r rctl
cal rolls are packed In long narrow narrowbaskets nano nanobaskets narrobaskets
baskets made for the thepurpose purpose and thus UmscOTveycd thin thinconveyed J
conveyed to market The butter women womenwho womenwho 1 1who
who in white linen aprons and sleeves sleevespreside sleevesj sleevesjpreside s1eevespreside sleevenpreside
preside over the stalls sta11 In the market marketwho markothave
have no need l1 d of weights or scales markeer for fordispensing fordt ft ftdltpending T
dispensing dt n8lng their wares Constant onslant prac practlce practice practice
tice find experienced eyes enable them themwith then U Uwith
with a stroke of the knife to divide divideyard a ayard j aJard
yard of butter into halves > r 1 quarters quarterwith quartetwith
with almost mathematical exactness exactnessThe cxattnessThe
The university people peopl arc exactnessif the chief chiefbuyers chIt chJbuvers chItbuyers if
buyers of this curiously cUriousl shaped product productIn t tIn L
In addition to being tamed for Its purltr purR purRand y
and sweetness Cambridge yard butter butterIs butteris
is eminently adapted for being served servedto servedthe serve dB d
to t the students in the dairy commons commonsCut commonsCut B
Cut in conveniently conveuh > nUv seized pieces COs and andby an d i
rest
accompanied by a loaf of the best wheat1read when wheat anit tt
bread a stated portion lb h sent whenid round roundry roun rouneiery d
every ry morning to the rooms of the un undugraduates ur 1
dergraduates for use at breakfast and andtea andtMlFrom an antenFrom 1fl d
tea tMlFrom From an Exchange
r Is lathe the joy of the household for without withoutit it itr
1 BY r 7 IS it no happiness can be complete How Howsweet Howsweet Ho ly lycweet
sweet the picture of mother and babe babeangels 2 2f
f w angels ngels ge1s smile at and commend the thethoughts thethoughts t it its
s r thoughts and aspirations of the mother motherbending
r bending over the cradle The T he ordeal through throughwhich throughwhich
V 0 I bi C l E which the expectant mother must pass how however however hosever ¬
ever is 50 full of danger and suffering that thatshe tht it
1 she looks forward to the hour when she shall sha 11
I feel the t1 exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and an 1
rJ1 fe fear r Every T sho t tld ij t know iti that AT 3 i iof
woman should the danger pain and horror horrorof horrc r rI
of childbirth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mothers Friend Frienda I S Sa
a scientific liniment for external use only which toughens and renders renderspliable r rnde nden ndenr re repliable
pliable all the parts and andassists andassists
=
assists r nature in i its sublime sublimework sublimework bl
work By its aid thousands thousandsof t ons nds ndsof MOTHERS
of women have passed this thisgreat thisgreat thisgreat
great crisis in perfect safety safetyand safetyand safetyand
and without pain Sold at xoo per perbottle perbottle
bottle by bydruggists druggists Our book of priceless pricelessvalue I
FRlEND
value to all women sent free Address Address8RADFIELD I
mRAOFfElD JADFIEW REGULATOR GO Attutt O of okC 0I p
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BALDWINS STYLE STYLELIKE STYLELIKE STYLELIKESULLIVANS
LIKESULLIVANS LIKE SULUWSi SULUWSiThis
This Fact Promises Fast FastFight FastFight FastFight
Fight Next N xt Tuesday TuesdayNight TuesdayNigh TuesdayNight
Night NightBALTIMORE Nigh NightBALTIMOREMd t tBAVilMOREMd
j BALTIMORE BAVilMOREMd BALTIMOREMd Md Oct 25WlUi 2 rVllh their theIrbattle
I battle only four days off Matty Bald BaldwIn
win and Kid Sullivan are in the height heightot
j
of their training for their fifteenround fifteenroundmJll
mill i before the Eureka Athletic Club Clubat
at the Germanla Maennorchor hall next nextTuesdny
Tuesday night nightBoth nlghLBoth nightBoth
Both boys are working as though their LbolrlIvcl
lives l ives depended dez nded on the result ro ult of o tho con contest
test and when they th y climb Into the arena arenathey
they promise to show the efforts ellort of ottheir
their keen preparation preparationBaldwin preparationElc1wln
Baldwin is I the same style of boxer boxerAS
as Sullivan Su1Ul1p and this argues apue well for a Q Qfast
fast match Both are infighters and andthey
they will be at home in the going
Sullivans greatest battles were foglit foglitin foftshtIn
in this manner as the long range boxers boxersproved b rs rsprovUd
proved difficult problems for the Wash
ingtonlan to solve Baldwin Is a short Ort Ortruged
rugged lighter and though he h hus fought fougbtoer
over 100 mills he has h never had a knock knfckout
out registered against his record during
his career in tho th ring This is some
thing that few boxers can boast boa boastSof t of ofeV6n ofeven
even the champions
Baldwin Is showing fast form In his
training with Sailor Burke the New
York hevywelsht Though Thou h Butkb llutlc < < Js
many pounds heavier than Baldwin th
Boston boxer can set a bier bh ig pace pace with
hit hI husky sparring partner Sailor Burke
has proved a valuable man for or Baldwin
to train with as the sailor knows every
point of the game and can let Baldwin Baldwinhe
slam them Into him almost WI hard as
he can While
Burke has never seen
Sullivan in a long mill he Is of the
opinion that Baldwin will secure the
verdict over Sullivan SullivanPORT SulUvaoJACOB
JACOB TOME TODAY TODAYAGAINST
AGAINST EPISCOPAL EPISCOPALPORT
PORT DEPOSIT Md Oct 6Tome
expects exp t8 a a hard game today when she
meets the Episcopal High School of
Alexandria Va This school has been beenor
for or years with the
exception of an oc cccssenal ¬
casional slump the strongest eleven in inalways
the nelhborhood ot Washington and andalways andalways
always put up a a strong game
Up tff tadate date Tome has won all the pre ¬
liminary contests C ntests defeating Baltimore
Polytechnic 420 Drexel Institute 299 299and 290and JO JOand
and Central Manual 29d o She has 1as a avery avery
very heavy schedule for the balance of
the season alSon meeting the Hill School at
Bottetown November 2 Lawrenccville Lawrenccv1lleatToIt6 Lawrenceyuleat
atToIt6 at t Tome November 9 and closing the theseason theseason theseason
season with the U of P freshmen
Franklin Field November 18 At pres present pros proseat
eat the boys are all In excellent sbapewith shape shapewith
with the exception of Maraton at right rightend rightend
end who w wo o injured his shoulder sbouJ ler and will
be out for or another week weekCHECK weekllE
CHECK H llE CK W WORKERS OIIKE8 hRKERS GLEe GLEeDECLARE CLEVER CLEVERDECLARE EYER EYEREARETilE
DECLARE EARETilE IE POLICE POLICEJoseph PO1IEJoseph
Joseph l Lowenthal owenthal and an David v1d Lowen Lowenthal Lowenthal LowenthaI
thal brothers Indicted here for con conspiracy consptracy conapiracy
spiracy are said by b the police to bo botwo lJoto littwo
two of the cleverest worthless check checkoperators checkGprators checmoperators
operators in the country Joseph Jos ph trav traveled traveled trayeleci ¬
eled under the th name ofRlty of Rity and his hisbrother illsrother Innbrother
brother represented himself hlm elf as Weber WeberCo WeberCo WebcnCo
Co of Baltimore BaltimoreJoseph Baltimore1tJoseph BaltimoreJoseph
Joseph deposited several sever checks with withthe withthe wItlthe
the Second National Bank of this city citydrawn citydrawn citydrawn
drawn by Weber Co and jaf after tor gain gaining ga1nIng gainlag ¬ i ia
ing the confidence confdence of the auk > deposited deposit
a check from his brother Before the thereturn therElurn th
return was made he had drawn CJIt cn cni52 I
J1SS52 1S1Si I nav1d > avid It Is said was sas opera op opcrat opcrathtg rat ratin t tIng
Ing in In Baltimore in the s sane ne manner mannerat manner mannerat rnannenat
at the same time Joseph has beqn be n ar arifeted arr artested
tested r tedat at Newark N NJ J anJ is being
held for the authorities here David Davidhas DnnJhas Davn I Ihas
has made his escape escapeBURNETT escapeBURNETT escapeBURNETT
BURNETT CASE SET AGAIN AGAINFIRST AGAINFIRST
i FIRST JURY DISCHARGED DISCHARGEDN1TW
NEW YORK Oct Oct5The 26 26The The second secondtrial sccondtrIal secone seconetrIal
trial of a a suit brought b by Charlton R RBurnett RBurnett BBurnett
Burnett for an absolute divorce from fromhis fromhjs Ironhis
his wife Ire Belle has been bgen set for the thellrst thettr th
first ttr > t Monday In December The jury juryIn jur jurin jurIa
In the first trial which concluded yes y yterday
terday after a a nine days hearing din dlsagreed dinagreed
agreed and were discharged by Su Supreme
preme Court Justice Glergerich GlergeriChThe
The jury cleared c1care < l I ere corespondent corespondentabsolutoly coreaponiknabsolutely
absolutely of all Imputations but din dinagreed I Iagreed
I agreed as to another annthet anotheTICK I I II
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mous old elm which which wais ws known to all al1loyers al LI LIlovers
lovers of Blackheath and the surround surrounding urrounding
ing country as Dick Turplns Tree Treewas
was removed today Tradition goes goesthat goc gocthat
I that the famous highwayman hlghwti nnn used to tohover tohorer t thover
hover about near the gigantic branches branchesof brancheof
I of o this elm well out of view of his prey preywhom prem premwhom
whom he used to so adroitly hold up upwith U Uwith
with bin hi horse pistols and relieve of o ow awhatever
w whatever Rteer loose valuables they might mightc migli miglilave
c have The elm which had a clrcumfer clrcumfercnce clrcumfercnce
cnce flC of over fifteen feet stood close to toHyde t 0
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Hyde Vale almost opposite Ye Olde OldeHouseIt Old Olda a
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