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PROGRAM INSURES INSURESBUSY INSURESI
I BUSY TRACK YEAR YEARIndoor YEARindoor
Indoor Meets and Cross CrossCountry CrossCountry CrossCount
Country Count Runs Will Be BeNumerous BeNumerous BeNumerous
Numerous NumerousOmtmned NumerousfCIMttlaaed NumeroustOsMnned
Omtmned from Tenth T th thCIT Pane PaneCity PaeClly
CIT has managed pd to carry awsy wjr the tneCross tbe1MB
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MOtIon wOo are already In training tr in1n5 to an etfert ef effect eftert ¬
fect fert to regain lost laurels laurelsOpeiu laurelOpe laurelsOpens
Opens Ope Indoor Seasonlioilowsg Season SeasonFollowing Seu SeuBoIlowtag
Following the t e Y M C A crosseoiin e n
try run 11 a the Urst indoor meet of the theseason tbeMaOA theseason
season MaOA the South Atlantic indoorcbamldosships indoor indoorchampionships Indoorch
ch championships < < m which will be held In the theFifth theFltU theFifth
Fifth RsgtaMnt R t Armory Baltimore on onJanuary onJaauary onJanuary
January 1C 1 AM Washington athlete athleteusually athleteaUsuaJly athletesuMalIy
usually carried off first Lonore this is isan isan isan
an event that is 1 always interesting to toathletic toalbJetJc toathleticeireles
athletic athleticeireles eirciee e elell here With the addition additionof
of 0 the many m ny new athletes that have haveentered haveentered haveentered
entered the local realm within the pact pactfew paafeW paa paafew
few months the chances of Washington Washingtonduplicating Washington WublDctondultlteatlnl Washingtonduplicating
duplicating past performances appear appearbrighter appearbrishter appearbrighter
brighter than ever everGeorge everGeorce everGeorge
George Washingtons Wn ton meet will prob probably pr0bably probably ¬
ably open the Indoor season n here Al Although AIthoqb Although ¬
though the date dat has not beW definitely definitelydecided deftnltelyded detnitelydecided
decided ded ed on It Is understood the Hatch Hatchetlte HatebtIt Hatchetite
etlte tIt school Is negotiating for the first firstSaturday aratSaturday bratSaturday
Saturday In February This event will willmark willmark willmark
mark the debut of the majority of collegiate col collegiate colJedate ¬
legiate scholastic and club squads of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Dtetrtct DI8t Manager Man er Eaton of the theGeorge theGeorae theGeorge
George Washington track team has hasstarted h h6tarted hasplans
started ge plans for the affair which whichpromises he hepromises heprom
promises prom will be on one of the most moattulloua pte pteUallous pt e eentkws
Uallous ever promoted by his school schoolThe schoolThe schoolThe
The athletic authorities of 0 Richmond RichmondVs RichmondVa Richmondvs
Vs have ve booked their annual meet for forFebruary torF8rury forFebruary
February 11 Washington athletes al always aIWQII always ¬
ways took forward to this carnival The Themeet Themeet Themeet
meet usualy brin brtnS a together to < < ether the best bestathletic bestathhtSc bestathletic
athletic tales in the t e South aad affords affordsan aJrord8an affordsan
+ an excellent ex t chance of comparing the theabUtties theWOO theabilities
abilities WOO of Southern squads squadsFederal squadsPeioral quadaFetlocal
Federal Games Promising PromiafagJfsxt Promi PromisingNeat iB iBfext
Neat fext fellows folio the Federal games gameswhich pmahkb gameswhich
which hkb In the past five years ean have won wona wona wona
a reputation among the athletes athletesthroughout ath1eteatbroucbout athletesthroughout
throughout this section Manager Mike MikeStuart MikeStuart MikeStuart
Stuart ic planning to make this years yearsmeet year yearmeet yearsmeet
meet a repetition of the previous on onAn ones 01MlllAn onesAn
An event which will decide eetde the aupresnscy su supremacy BUJ1I8IIIitey ¬
premacy J1I8IIIitey among the cross croucountry country talent talentincluded talentineluded talentincluded
included in the South Atlantic branch branchaad branchaad branchand
aad one which should afford the Wash Washington Washjgton WashIngton ¬
ington public excellent sport hi booked bookedfor book bookedfor d dfor
for February 22 2 The South Atlantic Atlanticauthorities AUantieautJaortu Atlanticauthorities
authorities autJaortu at their last t meeting decided decldddonWMWtoa decidedon decidedon
on onWMWtoa Waei Washington gton as the place for the run runLocal nlnLooaI tunLooal
Local officials are congratulating them themselves themlvefl themselves ¬
selves lvefl in a landing landlD < < the ev evint nt the most mostinteresting moatintere mostinteresting
interesting intere tlag of its It kind of the he season seasonMarch seasonMarch ea8OnMarch
March 6 has finally been decided on onas 011u onas
as the date for or the Georgetown meet meetwhich meethleb meetwhich
which hleb always aIwa brings together the greatoat great greatest greatcet ¬
est string of college athletes available availableThis ava1JableTbl8 availableThis
This event event ent Is not strictly 1ItrIcU a college collegeaffair colleaea collegeaffair
affair a flair but also 1110 attracts the scholastic scholasticand achohwticancl scholasticand
and athletic club athlete The annualrelay annual annualrelay annualrela7
relay race between Georgetown aad aadVirginia aadVirPaJa sadVirginia
Virginia probably the best be drawing drawiDrd drawiDrdof card cardof Bardof
of the track season features ftu this meet meetDurt meetlJu meetLurg
Durt lJu Lurg g the poet lIMIt few seasons the VirglnWns Vir Virginian Vlrginlall ¬
ginian have scored easy victories The Theaddition TheadcUtlon Theaddition
addition of several vera star tar athletes this thisreason thlaJlftUIOIl thispaaon
reason should ould put the Hilltop School Schoolmore 8ch11J1ON Sehorlmars
more in the running runningList nm nmList runningList
List Is IjtoemplsinThUB Ijtoemplsin IpoetepletsThis pl8t pl8tTWltK
This TWltK Hat t ers J r not the th full quota of ath athletic athletic tis tisl ¬
letic l Uc events that will make ni ke up the sea seasons M M110ft seaseas ¬
sons 110ft card The Filth Regiment Athletic AthleticAssociation AthleUcAMIOda AthleticAssociation
Association AMIOda oa and Johns Hopkins Univer University Unlwralty University ¬
sity of Baltimore and the National NationalGuard Natlon NationalGuard l lGuard
Guard Athletic thletlc Association of this thl citywill city citywill citywill
will undoubtedly ndoubtedl apply appl for sanctions sanctionswithin sanctionswithin I1cUons I1cUonswithin
within the next month Just when these thesemeets theMmeets thesemeets
meets will be held cannot be determined determinedat
at this date but it to I understood that thatboth thntbot thatboth
both bot Baltimore organizations will apply
for January dates datesWith dateaWIth datesWith
With this attractive calendar a cer certainty cutaIIItr certabair ¬
tainty many of the tll local athletes have havealready havealre4y havealready
already started training for a strenuous strenuousAs strenuousseason lenuoua lenuouaAs
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tarn In Fish and Head Coach Haughton Haughtonalike Hau Haughtonalike < < hton htonaJOre
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Coy a Wonder WonderCaye Wondereey WonderCsy1I
Caye eey kicking wa was a delight clel ht He always al always alallMCl ¬
ways gained allMCl distance on Minot but butsometimes buteomeU butsometimes
eomeU sometimes through the employment of oftwo oftwo oftwo
two Harvard men to block off 0 < < each of ofYales ofTale ofTales
Tales Tale lightning l1 < < blnlDllt ends the baH was wasbrought wasbroqJtt wasbrought
brought back by running runnln < < The head headwork hedwolk headwork
work which promi promidrive prompted COrB abort low lowdrlvee lowdrive
drive in the second half to keep the theBO theball theball
ball In Harvard territory and Rot let It Itgo itgo
go over the line for a touchdown and andconsequently andconeequently andconsequently
consequently putting into play pia by Har Harvard Harvard Harvard ¬
vard on ut ft the S5ya S5yatoo 5yard line Wall a delight delighttoo delighttoo
too tooOf
Of 0 hta four trie tries for a goal oal two were weresuccessful werelJuceesaful weresuccessful
successful which hi a very high average averagefor averAlirefor averagefor
for a big game Coupled with his ability abilityto
to t advance the ball around the end endas endashe endwashe aa aahe
he did td once on < e for a brilliantly gained gainedtwelve pinedtWflve gainedtwelve
twelve yard yard8hl hte linebucking powers powersand powersand powersand
and his fine fin allaround offensive and defenaivc de dework detn8lH
tn8lH work Coy Is the headiest player playerthe playerthe playerthe
the gridiron has seen een for many moan a sea season seaIOn season ¬
son He will be forever rank ranked aa one oneof oneor oneof
of Yales ales greatest grete t football captains captamaWith captamllWith captainsWith
With hi his graduation next June the game gamelose game10II4NI gameloses
lose 10II4NI loses it its beet advocate of open foot footbalL footbalL footbelL
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Tale Position Pe lt1oft8 Harvard HarvardKilpatrick HarvardKI HarvardKtlijatrlckL
KtlijatrlckL Kilpatrick KI L S Smith SmithLogan SmttbHotI8ton SmithLogan
Logan Houston HoustonT HotI8tonHobbaL HoustonHobbs
Hobbs HobbaL IX L T McKay
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CooneyCterT Center T Withington WithingtonR WIUdqtonGoebel WithlugtonGoebelR
Goebel GoebelR R G Ftater FtaterLJIley FleberUlley
LJIley R T Fish FishHall F1hHaU
Hall Spencer SpencerSavage SpencerSa Spencerwage
Sa Savage yap H It R BrownField Brown BrownField BrownFIeld
Field Field Halt Bolt Rogers RogersHowe RogelllHowe ogers ogersBOFiaherty
Howe Q B BOFiaherty OFlaherty
Wigglesworth CWbglMWOrthPbllbtllL WigglesworthPhllbln WiggleaworthPhilbtnL
Phllbln PbllbtllL L H B BCorbett BCorbettFrothingham Corbett CorbettFrothingham rbett rbettlIrotnlngham
Frothingham FrothinghamDaly lIrotnlnghamDaly FrothinghamDaly
Daly Murphy MurphyR H B T > Smith SmithLeslie SmithLe8l1e SmithLeslie
Leslie LeslieCoy Le8l1eCoy LeslieCoy
Coy F B Minot
Safety SafetyCorbett SafetyCorbett Corbett Goals Geala from from the Sold
Coy C 2 Referee RefereeW TV S Longford
Trinity Umpire UmIHre1Y W H ZMwards ZMwardsPrinceton ElwlLrdtlPrlnoeton Edw rds rdsPrinceton
Princeton Field judge judgeE B H Hall Nail of ofDartmouth otDartmouth ofDartmouth
Dartmouth Head linesman line linemanJ manJ J D Pon
dleton of Bowdoln Time of halve halveminutes h halvesI halvesIminutes vMII vMIIminute
minutes
FISHERMANS LUCK LUCKThe LUCKThe LUCKThe
The boyHave bay Have per caught C t anything anythingsir anythlagsir
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The boy boYAh Ah I thought not Therewerent There Therewerent ThereWfrent
werent no water In that pall till It Itrained Itrained itrained
rained last nlghtI4u1les night LoeHe8 Weekly V ekly
JONES IS POPULAR POPULARWITH POPULARVITti POPULARWITH
WITH YALE PLAYERS PLAYERSBOSTON PLAYERSBOSTON PLAYERSBOSTON
BOSTON Maw Nov 21 1Yale Yale la lamore 1 1more tlnore
more than pleased plfJ with Howard Jones Jonesas Jonesas Jonesas
as h head ad coach The T players who are arenow areno arenow
now no staying tayln < < at th the Hotel Hot l Westminster Westminsterall Veahntna r raU
all feel certain rtsln that hst Jones who turned turnedout turnedout turnednut
out the championship eleven 8ven this thiswill year yearwill yearwill
will be selected le tCI again 3 < < In h next xt seaeon seaeonJones 8888011Jonea aeaswiJones
Jones has been approached by men menhigh menhigh menhigh
high up in the football management man oment of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Bli Blue lleteam > team and net as coon oon as a 8 captain captainis
is wlected 1H lected for next season n his decision decisionwill decisiontwill Iectslonwill
will be given
CON OKELLY HOLDS HOLDSEXCELLENT HOLDSEXCELLENTRECORD I I
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Con OKelly the Irish wrestler wre tle who Is IsIn t tIn IsIn
In America to get a match with Frank FrankGotch FrankGGtch FrankGotch
Gotch was born March s1l 4 IMS 1 ir II Gleun GleunPariah GJeunParl GleunParish
Pariah Parl b of Dunmanway Dunmanw y West Cork Ire Ireland Irelaoo Ireland ¬
land He stands 6 feet S Inches and andweighs andwelKhs andweighs
weighs 230 poundsIn pounds poundsIn poundsIn
In laM OKelly started to learn ju
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for discriminating dressers dressersmen dressersmen dressersmen
° men who want their clothes to toradiate toradiate toradiate
radiate quality q a1ity and character characterFaulHess characterFaultiess characterFaultless
Faultless in style and superbly
finished they strike the key keynote keynote keynote ¬
note of tailoring perfection perfectionSuits perfectionSuitS perfectionSuits
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HalrCloth Hair Cloth Fronts 1211 Pa Ave N W WH I
I Jltau jlt u and then became instructor to the thepolice tbeI thepolice
police force of Great Britain for twelve twelvemonths twelveI twelvemonths
months OKelly met Mclnneny twice twiceand twleeand twiceand
and each time won his forfeit He next nextbeat nextI nextbeat
beat seven local man In three thlM months monthsgiving monthsi monthsgiving
giving tvlnK all his money to charity His Hisreason Hi HiI Hisreason
reason for doing doln < < this was to remain remainamlLteur an anamateur anamateur
amateur In July HOT he was notifiedby notified notifiedby
by the British Amateur Athletic Union Unionthat Unionthat
that he was II to represent repre ent it at the Olym Olymplc
pic game pm He won by throwing throwtn < < Lee LeeTalbot LeeTalbot
Talbot of America In 1 minute and 18 16seconds 18seconds 18seconds
seconds secondsNext secondsNext secondsNext
Next he threw Jack Fossltt in threeminutes three threeminutes threemlnutOll
minutes Then he threw Jack Barrett Barrettthe Barrettthe Barrettthe
the former amateur champion in two twominuted twominutes twominutes
minutes and Guetave Gu tve ftunderson lunder on cham ¬
pion amateur of Sweden France and andGermany andGerJJ1JlY andGermany
Germany in fifteen minutes minutesHis mlnuteHis minutesHis
His first professional profe lonal match was with withJohn withJohn withJohn
John Lemm for the tb championship of ofOBngland OfJengJand ofngland
OBngland ngland which he lost after winning winningthe winningtbe winningthe
the first fall in 2 minute and 8 sec seconds JfeCond seeends ¬
ends ond The second fall in which Lemm Lemmwon Lemmwon Lemmwon
won OKelly wrenched his shoulder and anclLemm
Lemm won th h = third fall f ll and the match
Lemm refised ref hsed to meet OKelly again againIn aplnIn againIn
In the latter Ja tter part JArt of August Augu t MM e he hewon hewon bewon
won the eiamptaaehlp elamploD htp of Great Britain Brit Britain Britain ¬
ain and Irf Ireland land by throwing Jimmy Es Essen EaNn Essen ¬
sen In two falls out of three for torflf a aJ1600
flf J1600 1500 OO purse pu Having nobody else to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet In n England or Ireland he came to tothte tothis tothis
this country to try to got a match with withFrank withFrank
Frank Gotch the champion ot the theworld theworld
world
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I SPORTING SPORTING NOTES NOTESJoe I IToe
Joe JatMtte sad Sam am McVay aTe aramatched aTema1cbed arematched
matched to box thirty rounds roul l8 at Paris Parison Partson Parison
on December Deoen wtrntor U for a pttr purheof rBOf of JMOO th thwinner the thltwtaaer thewinner
winner to get iii10 I and Del the loser 2000 2000Morris 2001Morris 000 000Monl
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Morris Harris Is getting geW g tired waiting waitingrope
for a match and Del he 18 thinking serious
Iy of going to Europe rope after ttw some of the theIj
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ly Wllfabt right who THUS JIM graduate graduated aated tat a a a dentist
ha hu decided decld d to retire from boating dentist and aad ftt
devote htmsel seriously to t dentistry
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ROGRESS is emphasized thrQughout in the new MITCHELL models for 1910 PROGRESS so emphatic as to be apparent awar ent to the most mostcasual most mostcasual mostcasual
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casual observer Apparent because this transformation applies almost entirely to the cars appearance appeara appearancekhe the only weak point of past pastMITCHELL pastM pastM
MITCHELL M TCHELL models The engine principle was not touched Hasnt been changed because it was w a masterpiece Ierpiece in intbe the beginning be beginningso beginningsoproved inniDgso inniDgsoproved so soproved
proved by what it has done The three models R T and Sf S ta constitute si1iute the most perfect line 01 of latterdaj motor cars before the t American ii public and we say y this with full knowledge of of all thai otber makers makershave makershave makershave
have accomplished acc p sbed These modefc embrace all the features that make m automobile desirable desirablestyle irablestJe style beauty comfort grace IICe strength speed and lJOwer lJOwerThe power powerThe powerThe
The bodies have nave been developed along aristocratic and ar < < Lrefined refined lines Wheel Vbee < bases ba have been kDa fcngthened Ien honed wheel diameters increased and spring suspei suspension siot + improved to aTto the easy rids riding rid II b qualities De Designs Designs Designs ¬
signs of radiators and hoods have been changed in response to the public pub c demand for style and the finish fi on the bodies beautified beautifJtdto to satisfy the wish for smartness Countless other othcrcu otherchars changes have been made for the thesake thesake thesake
sake of greater erler efficiency practicability convenience and economy of maintenance maintenanceABSOLUTELY maintenanceABSQ1LUTEL maintenanceAiSOIUTrLY
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