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L B THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATFRPAY SA TLRDAY NOYEMBEE OVEBEI 26 2 1910 1910rinceion 191tPrinceton 11flPrinceton
I Princeton rinceion Eleven Elevenis Is Likely to Be Found on the Georgetown Football Schedule NextFall Next Fall
Football FootballGame Footb i1Game Game With Princeton Likely to Be Added to toGeorgetown toGeorgetown toGeorgetown
Georgetown Schedule ScheduleWashington Washington Scholastic ScholasticStars ScholastictaLs ScholasticStajs
Stars taLs Make Good GoodG G W U Athletics
Georgetown G wa will in all probability probabilitymeet proDablUtymeet probab11tymeet
meet Princeton IB football next fall fallAlthough fallAlthotlSk falLUtbotgk
Although the gridiron season Is Ishardly Isnardly Is1ardly
hardly over the outlook for next sea season season ¬
son on Is already receiving serious con consideration considfrtIon conslderatlon ¬
sideration on the heights bel bis and the thetentative thetentative thetentathe
tentative schedule for next next year Is Isalready Isalready Isalready
already drawn up While the com coml comlete cornDlete
l Dlete > > lete list is not announced It i iknown ill illknoWB is isknowa
known that there will be several severalchanges se severachanges era erachanges
changes in the arrangement rran Mftent and the thedates thedates thedates
dates for the JItO most t part will be more morepretentious mo moreDretentlous e epretentious
pretentious than during d r1ns the cam campaign canlpaltn cazapalgn ¬
paign which closed with the Lehlsir Lehlsirsame Lehl Lehlgame LCh1g1game
game The Georgetown team of f 1919 1919was 1919was i9iOwas
was entirely too good for its schedule scheduleand sclIeduleand scheduleand
and and with most mO f promising prospects prospectsit
it is planned to togive give the squad of Jlext Jlextfall ext iextfall extfall
fall plenty of Incentive IncentiveIn IncentiveIn
In looking lookln < for big dates it was at atfirst atfirst atrst
first rst thought that a game with Penn Pennsylvania PennlvanIa ¬
sylvania hanla might be arranged but when whenit whenIt whenIt
it beca became known that negotIations nagetiatlonslooking nogotiatIonslooking negotIationslooking
looking to this were about abo t to i be beopened beopened beopened
opened Priacton alumni in i in this city citysuggested cit citsuggeSted citysuggested
suggested that it would not be a a bad badplan badplan badplan
plan to try t te fix up aa arraaseiaentt aIlaRgementtwi arrangeenttuith arraaseiaenttwith
wi with th the rJ Tlgjrs TlgjrsThe r1orn r1ornThe = rs rsThe
The PrlHcetb Prlc ataraai amm l of f Washing Washington Washlngton WashIngton ¬
ton include includ1A In their number many xaanyprominent manyprominent manyprominent
prominent graduates of Nassau and andas and andas andas
as the relations between tween the two in invstitutions 18stituUons InstItut1ons
vstitutions have b e always been pleasant pleasantthf pleasantthry pleasantthp
thf thry > r were particularly anxious that thatGeorgetown thatGeorgetewa thatGeorgetwn
Georgetown should be considered In Infact In1act Infact
fact the feeling here is so strong for forthe forthe forthe
the game that it has been proposed proposedthat proposedtllat proposedthat
that Princeton Prl n Hfeookl even eY9ft come com come here hereto hereLa hereto
to play instead fmltl8dor of going to Easten for forWhether fora fora
a contest t with Lafette LaieyetteWhether
Whether 1 etber the idea or ot drawing dra the e Ti Timers TigTS Tiers ¬
mers ers away a fr frOm m their en ow lair will work workout workut workut
out ut if I ot known but tfcesi tIIeP1a > lai to get getiTinceUm getIrlncetoia et etlrfncetou
iTinceUm on the Georgetown schedule scheduleis
is already well under way wayaIMI and ao fke 1e In Indications InatilUlt Indiationg ¬
dications atilUlt are that the aegettetloAS will willlie willlIe willIe
lie succesfltfdiy su dosed dosedPreview dosedProvIus ed edPr
Preview Pr l o 1906 Georgetown GeoQ met metPrinvrte metPr metPT
Prinvrte Pr n 1flOtSfl teala Iii football twice t and both bothgames bothpmes bothgames
games were dose Ioee Whateve Whateveithe ifee higher higherauthorities higherauthorl highersuthorthes
authorities authorl may think of a game for fornext forDrt forevt
next evt fall it is understood t6od that t Captain CaptainHart CptaJnHart CaptainHart
Hart is very favorably inclined towards towardstbe toardsthe towardsthe
the suggestion S1J estlott and will do whatever he hecan hecan hecan
can to see that Georgetown Geor etown gets a berth berthon berthon berthon
on the Princeton list listFor Ji8tFor listFor
For nearly ne rly twenty years Princeton and andGeorgetown aRdGeorgetown andGeorgeiown
Georgetown have met on O4 the diamond diamondeach diamondeach diamondeach
each spring and these contests have al always ala1s alwals ¬
ways a1s been be JI bsicg fought foughtA
A PrincafcM PrincafcMattractive Princ e would be a meat meatto mestattractive mostattractive
attractive attractiveschedule adItbou to the Georgetown GeorgetownWashington GeelgeteWliE GeergOIOWfleehedule I
schedule E edul
0 0Wabington
Washington Wa Athletes AthletesIn
In this city there seems 1 1e be an Im Impression 1111resflloa hapresslon ¬
pression resflloa among nioug followers of college collegeFports osliegesports I
sports that the class of InterscholastIc interscfeolasticathletics Inter InterscholastIcathletics c o1a tlc tlcathltics
athletics in this city Is considerably N be below be be10w below ¬
low the standard of other places placesIt placesIt placosIt
It has been many many tiroes claimed that thatamong thatamong thatamong
among themselves the schoolboys of ofWashington ofWashl ofWashington
Washl Washington ol1 are all right but that they theycannot theycannot theycannot
cannot hope to compete with the stars 1
Fighting Dane and Eng English English English ¬
lish Boxer BoxerVill Vffl Not Be BeInterfered BeInterfered BeInterfered
Interfered With WithSAX WithSAN VithSA
SAX SA KRA3PCI9CO Nov ov 2R SBattHag SBattHage1son BattHi BettlinYelsoa g gNelson
Nelson e1son sfeeiild hi know by night whether whetherhe wheUterhe whetherhe
he will ever have ve a chance c to regain regainthe regainhe regainthe
the he premier premier lightweight honors of the theworld theWorld theworld
World world taken from him by Ad Wolgast WolgastJames W WolgastJames oIgast oIgastJames
James W Coffroth the promoter an announced announc anflounced ¬
flounced nounc today there would be no inter interference Jntererencewitk Interference ¬
ference erencewitk with the twentyround fight fightthis Jlghtthis eghtthli
this aftfgao II aZtoon < m Jetwee between betwesaXeiaon Xeteon eIson and andOwen andOwen andOwen
Owen MBsfefs tha clever English light lightweight 1fgktweight lIghtelght ¬
weight elght HraSNwlit bhbt t Is described by Cof Coffroth Cotfroth Coffroth ¬
froth as a boxhur iIUr match lor Drsclentlftc DrsclentlftcpoInts scientific scientificpoints sc1enthcpoints
points and it Is said Mid Governor Gillette GilletteIs
Is 5 satisfied satiS it is not an illegal fight fightIf IbLIf ht htIt
If XelsoR wins he will demand an another another another ¬
other chance cb at Wolgast If he loses losestie losesc oses oses11e
tie c declares he will go into retirement retirementKelson retirementl reUrementNelson
l Nelson 18on has spent the past year ear getting gettinginto gettingJnto gettingInto
into shape s after fttr his defeat at Wol Wolgastsfeaad WolgastShand Wolgastshandg
gastsfeaad and he believes 1teII Vds he is him himself himelf himself ¬
self elf again His fight ght with Anton AntonLa AntonLaGrave La LaGrave LaGrave
Grave made fight fans doubt that Nel Nelson NeIson Xeson ¬
son haft come back The little bruiser bruiseris
is confident himself himselfMoras himselfMoran
Moran too expressed eXK 88ed great confi confid confince coildnce
d dnce nce today that he would be able to totake totake totake I
take the Battlers measure inside ID5idethe ID5idethe1Went ins4d the thetwenty thetwentjounds
twenty 1Went twentjounds twentjoundsAs rounds roundsAs i0UDd5As
As the men fight today at catch catchweights 1 1weights
weights Moran gets the worst of it itHe it itHe itie
He ie weighs just 129 pounds and the thechances thechances thechancee
chances are that he will not weighmore weighmore weigh weighmore
more than a pound above that when whenhe whenhe whenlie
he enters the ring The I Dane > ane wHlweigh nfl nflweigh l lwelSh
weigh about 133 133It lIZIf i iIf
If I win this will be the next to the thelast thelact thelast
last battle I will fight said Nelson Xelsontoday Nelsontoday elson elsontoday
today I want to whip > Moran and andthen andtheD andthen
then take on Wolgast ThenI will re retire re retirE retire ¬
tire but Z want to retire a champion cbauip4onI
1 I have been chasing Nelson for forthree fort forthree
three t ree years rs and now I have got him himpaid himjd Mmsaid
paid jd Moran Wolgast Wo1sasthas has promised to tocnve toghe togiie
cnve me mea a chance if I beat beat Nelson Nelson so soWolgast 5001gast soWolgast
Wolgast 01gast might as well get ready to tomeet tomeet tomeet
meet me I know t r can put it all allover allmer allover
over the champion for I hammered hammeredhim hammered111m hammeredhIm
him all over the ring in New York in inten inten
ten 1 en rounds I will put put Nelson out in infifteen IBfifteen Inlirteen
fifteen rounds today todayBenny todayBenny todayBenny
Benny Selig Joe Cans former man manager manger manger ¬
ager ger will referee the fight The men menare menare el elare
are fighting for a a percentage of the thegate thegatt thegate
gate receipts which are expected to toamount toamount toamount
amount to 2606 2606GRAYSON 2el 2elGRAYSON M MORA
LOUISVILLE Ky Nov OT 3 SAOC 1Accer 1AccerIng Accord According Id Idlng ¬
ing to a s report from a reliable source sourceowner sourceWJIUIuR sourceI
owner I William Grayson of the Louis Louteviile Louisi1e Louisiile
viile iile i1e Baseball Club has purchased the thePaducah tb tbPaducah thePaducah
Paducah Ky Kitty League franchise franchiseand ftD franchie franchieand e eand
and will use the team in the purchase purchaseapital purchasespltal purchasesplint
< splint as a farm for the Louisville Louisvilleclnb Loulsnleclub Lottizvileclub
club clnbGraysen clubGra clubb
b Graysen Gra according aceordtn to the report reportmad TCTIOrtmalle renortmade
mad made aa offer otf r for fertbe the franchise a snort Ortt j
t imp line ago and this has been accepted acceptedtV
tV hy the Paducao P basebaH b sebaU men He will willassume nIllissume
assume 1 sum all of the debts of the club duband cluband cluband
and will put a pennant pennantw1m winning n team in inthe inthf Inthc
the McCracken county capital capitalIt
It has not DOten eyt been settled who will willmanage wiDmanage niPmanuge
manage the Paducah team m Graysen Graysonhas Graysenhas Graysenhas
has a large number of o players wider widercontract 1ItId undercontract < r rcontract
contract and should slte kl be able to make a afirstclass fifirstcla alrstcI
firstclass lrstcI teasa Iea out Of the Pad Padnonh Padnonhclub oah oahdQb oan oanclub
club with the s surplus l tas men from the theLcr theLodsvifle
Lcr Lodsvifle sY team
of other cities Nothing could be f farther
from the truth truthThe truthThe truthThe >
The attempt to repeat the names of ofall ofaU ofall
all Washingtonians who have starred in inthe Inthe Inthe
the big colleges would be Impes Impesbut Impelfl ImposdbIe ImposdbIebut le
but some idea of the success SUCce56 of the theof boys boysor boyaof
of the schools here may ma be formed by byrecalling byrecaII1nJ byrecalling
recalling a few fewTbe fewThe fewThe
The whole backbone of Princetons de de decense defense
fense this fall was Tal Pendleton so sowell 80well sowell
well known here while Tale men are areunanimous areunanlmoHS areUnanlmOs
unanimous in conceding to Jack Ja k Field Fieldthe Field Fieldtbe Fieldthe
the former astern High School cheoI star the thehonor tJtehonor thehonor
honor of being the most conspicuous in individual Indhiduat Indlviduaj ¬
dividual in the deadly defense which whichstopped whichtopped whichstOpped
stopped Princeton and Harvard when whenIt whenIt whenIt
It was expected that the Blue would wouldbe Wouldbe wouldbe
be humjliated humjliatedI hu huuijllatedWhere lIated
I Where the Princeton varsity coaches coachesfailed coachesfaned coachesfailed
failed Logan Cunningham a Central CentralHigh CentralBigh
High School graduate radvte succeeded when whenhe whenhe
he developed a Tiger Tlg r fr frdshman shntan eleven eleveawhich e1eveawhich elevenwhich
which defeated the Tale s1e Cubs CubaAnd CubsAnd CubsAnd
And so on down ihe be line It is not nottkm DOtnecessary notnecessery
necessary t tO go back 80 far 8 to men mention incation
tion such former Washington high highschool highschool
school boys sue Butterworth of Yale YalePhil YalePhil YalePhil
Phil King of Princeton Pr100 tO iCharlex charI Bar Barnard Bariiard ¬
nard of Harvard HrY Tauseig Sheppard Sheppardand Sttop Sheppardand d dand
and Cox of Cornell for the high stand staDQam standard
ard of these men Is being upheld 1Jph ld up to tothe tothe tothe
the present day by boys who learned learnedtheir leanMdtheir learnedtheIr
their first lessons in athletics in the theschools i tileschools e esc
schools sc ools of the Capital Capitali CapitaLToday
Today y West Point is depending depen ng for her herprincipal berpriDdpal herprincipal
principal ground gaining upon Browne Brownewho BrowneWbo Brownewho
who made such a good 00cI record as a foot football football ¬
ball player and track athlete at Tech Techbut Techbut
but after all he is but a successor to toPrince toPrince toPrince
Prince who made hill reputation at atEmerson atEmerson atEmerson
Emerson Institute and later JaterV w wdnt nt to the theMilitary tJaeIllttary theMilitary
Military Academy < where he was as recoc recocnized recolnled recognized
nized as one of the best t line plungers plungersthe plvDgersthe plungersthe
the Army ever had hadIt hadIt badIt
It fe almost tfc tI Ie e that Washington Washingtonrecognizes Waabingtoftrecognizes WZSILDtOHrecognizes
recognizes that Ibe the quality of inter interscholastic InterseholastIe Interscholastic
scholastic athletics atbletI here b compares favor favorably faTorably favorably ¬
ably with a any y other city cttyGeorgetown cityGeorgetown cityGeorgetown
Georgetown is fortunate this year In hthaving InhaIDg Inhaving
having a number of former Washington WhlD Washingtonscholastic UMI UMIscJtoIst1c I Ischolastic
scholastic stars who will be prewtaent prewtaentcandidates pnMRIAeDtcandidates pro4Hlnentcandidates
candidates for the baseball team teamGWTJ teemG teamG
GWTJ G W U Football FootballWhether FootballVhcUler FootballWhether
Whether George IZe WasW WaswbgtOR gtoa Univer University UJ tJalversity ver versitT ¬
sity is to Nt put a football team IR the thefield tltoIeid thefield
field Ieid next fall cannot be b answered aaew ed wot wotthe vetil vetilthe natitthe
the next season rolls round roundTor rouDCLFOr roundFor
FOr years the maintenance of a foot football football footbail ¬
ball team was a a mighty task for the theHatchetites tlteHatchetite theHatchetites
Hatchetites wit Anally when wh the thefamous UMfamous thefamous
famous 0 to 0 game was played with withGeorgetown withGeooetown withGeorgetown
Georgetown It wSs as thought the states statesef sttusot Mainsof
ef football had been well established establishedTJiea c tbllebedlJIen establiShedThet
TJiea came Xeiteens best team in a avear ayear ayear
year when Georgetown slumped ad aadse adse
se financially successful uI w as 6 the cam campaign cID8lJR cainpelga ¬
paign that it it was believed that the thewhere thegame thegasie
game was on a basis In the university universitywhere ty tywhere
where it was safe Last season the theteam Uteteam thetonin
team was fairlv good and the thesuccc season seasonsuccessful seasonsuccessful
successful but the the final ftnallbreak break came this thisfall t taisfall i ifaU
fall when an inferior team and a bad badstart bedstart badstart
start In the way of games pit the ttoesquad ttMsquad thesquad
squad utterly out of the running runningThere runni runnIflgThere g gTher
There Ther are a a number nuncr of oMgatioas oMgatioasthat o othat ligailens ligailensthat
that are to be mot but tho q 1Uon 8tIOR tioa of offurther orfurihe offurther
further activity on the gridiron will not notbe notbe notbe
be answered until the atWtic board boatdbas boardhas
has had time to ponder T K K
I Baseball Nine May Be BeHandled BeHandled BeHandled
Handled by Thomas or orMacDonald orlVlacDonald orMacDonald
MacDonald MacDonaldXow
Xow that the football championship championshiphas
has been won at Central High Scboe Scboeand SclIoand Schoeand
and prospects for a team of like ce califear califearseems caJItJ caJItJseems callheseems
seems assured for track under the ca capable capable capablo ¬
pable handling of BUt Foley the fol followers fGtJowers followers ¬
lowers of baseball are beginning De lnnlDg to tolook t9look tolook
look for a coach coachShock coaclLShock coachShock
Shock Boetler considered one c e of tile tbebast tileb thebest
best b pitchers the h4gh schoote have haveknown havekno haveknown
known kno since the days da s of Harry Whitehas White Whitebaa lIlle lIllebaa
baa been elected captain of the team teamThe teemThe m mThecbQlce
The ThecbQlce choice was a popular puiar one as Boet Boetler Boetler BeetIcr ¬
ler did great work last year and was wasinstrumental wasinstrumental wasInstrumental
instrumental in landlcg Iandhg4tbe the champion championship championship chaxuplorship ¬
ship for his school schoolThe schooLThe schooLThe
The The choice of coach C08chfor for the team is isthe Isthe isthe
the big problem at the 0 street school schooland scltooLand schooland
and the manager and crptaln a tain are look lookIng looking looklug
Ing over possible candCates now that thatlast thtlast thatlast
last years rears coach coach18 is out ou of the run running runnlnl runntng ¬
ning Possible candidates for the poet position OSItion poettion ¬
tion loom up large in the persons of ofbig ofbig ofbig
big C Cy MacDonald and Thomas who whocoached whocoached whocoached
coached the football team teamThomas teamThomas teamThomas
Thomas brought the football team teamthrough teemthrough teamthrough
through a successful season and has a agood agood
good reputation as a baseball coach It Itis Itis Itis
I is thought that the choice will fall be between be between betnsen
tween him and MacDonald whose repu reputatlon u utation
1 iation as a player pla er is well known Mac MacDonald MacI tac tacL
L I Donald Has had considerable experience experienceras
ras as a manager of teams and has done donemuch dunemuch no nomuch
much coaching In the spring st t George Georgetown Goo Georgetown e etown ¬
town and elsewhere elsewhereManv elsewhereIanyeterans elsewhereMany
Many Ianyeterans veterans will report for the thefollowing theteam theteam
team in the spring and the matter of offo1lowing offollowing
following out the lines laid down for forlast forlalt forlast
last years years championship team could le befollowed 1efollowed lefollowed
followed with success Little need be bedone bedone bedone
done in the teaching of rudiments for forthe forthe forthe
the team last year put up a good arti article arnde artido ¬
cle of baseball baseballSHRUBB baseballSHRUBB baseballSHRUBB
I English Team Likely to Take Mara Iaththon aia aiar
r thon Honors From FromAmerica FromAmerica FromAmerica
America AmericaNEW AmericaNEW AmericaNEW
NEW YORK Nov 26 26The 6 The e United UnitedStates UnitedStates UnitedStates
States will have to look to o her Mara Marathon Jolarat Marathou ¬
thou t on honors in the International International team teamMarathon teamMarathon toastMarathon
Marathon race In Madison Madison Square SauareGarden SquareGarden SquareGarden
Garden next n Xt Tuesday TuesdayAlfred TuesdayAlfred TuesdayMfred
Alfred Shrubb who clearly demon demonstrated demonstrated demonstrated ¬
strated in Boston last ast night that he is isas Isas Isas
as good as ever and the best man in inthe intl1e inthe
the world at fifteen miles > has teamed teamedjup teamedup teamedup
jup up with A A E E Wood Wood n crackerjack crackerjackjBnglish crakerjackngUsh crackerjackEnglish
English ngUsh runner The two are be believed beUe beileved ¬
lieved Ue ed to have a good ciance to win winthe wInthe wInThe
the race raceHolxner raceHolmer raceHolmer
Holmer and Queal tht Americans Americanswho Americanswho Americanswho
who won the race in the Garden on onNovember onNOYember onNovember
November 4 will have further strong strongcompetition strongcompetition strongcompetition
competition in Meadows and Woods Woodsof Weodeo Woodsof
of o Canada and Ijnngstrom Ljun strom and Svan Svanberg Svanberb Svanberg
berg two great reat Swedish longdistance longdistancerunners longdistancerunners longdistancerunners
runners It Is probable 1Ho able that two or ortliree 0 0three orthree
three other teams will enter enterHARVARD enterHARVARD enterHARVARD
CAMBRIDGE Mass < Nov 6 6Iar 6Iarcard Har Harvard HrTarn ¬
Tarn Will open o n its i hockey ckev tY season on Je Jecember De December Deceinber
cember 17 against Massaclrasetta MIIS Mnshst sei1 Tech TechThe TeciIThe TechThe
The team is practlcine daily at tKe Bee BeetPn Beewn Beatton
ton arena aron and will be on edge odg for the thecontest thecontest thecontest
4 =
Track Meets Wrestling Bas Basketball Basketball Basketball ¬
ketball and nd Swimming to toClaim toClaim toClaim
Claim Attention AttentionNow
Now that the football season seasonIs Is over overthe o overthe er erthe
the atltletfes athlet s of Washington in track trackand trackaDd trackand
and basketball are clamoring for at attention attention attentlon ¬
tention tentionThea tentionThes tentlonThese
These j two sports with wrestling and andawimnring andawimrrIng andawimrrlng
awimnring will occupy occupyrnuoh much of the thetime thetime thetime
time his win winter tor until the warm warmspring warmspring warmspring
1 spring weather formally opens the thebaseball thebaseball thebaseball
baseball season seasonAlong seasonAlonS seasonAlong
Along these theselines lines which are con controlled controlled controlled ¬
trolled by the Amateur Athletic Union Unionof Unionor Unionof
of the South Atlantic Division strict strictrules strictI strictrules
I rules and regulations are in vogue voguewhich voguewhich voguewhich
which call for the closest attention on onthe ontbe onthe
the part of the dlffecent athletes com competing competing cornpetlug ¬
peting In the various games gameS meets meetsand m meetsand ets etsand
and events eventsThe e eventsThe ents entsThe
The question of membership Is iastrictly IsstrkUy isstrictly
strictly laid down in the t e rules of ti t us usassociation te tealtsoclatlon e eassociation
association and lay special emphasis emphasison emp is ison
on the personnel per o nelor of teams and clubs clubsIn elubsla clubsin
In an interview with Dr Wlber pres president presIdent jwesIdent ¬
ident of this division of the A A A A A U Ustress Ustr Ustrzs
stress str z was put on the ruling rultB The Theplayurs Thelayers Thepiayrz
layers in the high school basketball basketballteams 1Jaskolbc11to basketballteams
teams ms may compete comp e for their schools schoolsin 5Claool8In
in scholastic games cs and in scholastic scholasticevents sclIoIa5ticeveRts scholasticevents
events In meets so lonK 01g a6 e they strict strictly aUicty strictlv ¬
ly y alaere to that school team A Aplayrr Aplayr Aplayer
player may ma run for his high school in inscholastic Inolastlc Inscholastic
scholastic olastlc events and be registered regl tered In IntJiP Inthe
the A A A U and play with a baket baketteamthat b8 haketteamthat k < t tI
I < teamthat is a registered team teamIndoor teamIn teamIndoor
Indoor In oor Meets Coming
Washington Wasbln ton athletes whl he e fevor fevorwith favored feyore4wltk favoredwith
with many indoor meets this winter winterwhich WiAterwhich winterwhich
which should prove an Incentive to toget toet toget
get et into shape Many of the schools schoolshjive sdloole schoolsbjve
hjive e already begun not only the talk talkabout Ia1kabout talkabout
about track prospects but actual actualtraining aetaJI actualtraining
I training tralnlo for th the coming meets Can Ceiitral Ceatral Cantral
tral and Western have hav done work on oathe ontbe onthe
the track this year in anticipation of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the winters sports and Business aad aadGeorge aadGergt andGeorge
George Washington University have havehad MYehIld havehad
had candidates out looking them over overThe oyerThe OverThe
The first running runnln event of the year yearwill yearwill yearwill
will be that on New Year Day D y at the theT tileT ther
T M l t C C A A when the annual A A A A U Ucrosscountry UcrORcountry Ucrosscountry
crosscountry run runwUl will be pulled off offA eaA o oA
A larger arg r list of entries than last year yearis yeris yearIs
is expected and the th blanks should sbeuldcome shouldcome
come out in the the near future futureThe futureThe futureThe
The annual meets of the T M M C C Cand A Aand Aand
and Georgetown will be carried on at atConvention atConentfon atConvention
Convention Hall this year at about aboutthe a aboutthe t tthe
the same time as those thos held last 1 t sea seasen eaHR seaSen
sen It Is doubtful if George ftrge WashIAgton Washlngton Wash Washington ¬
ington will hold a meet aa no date datehas datehas datebus
has been asked ked for at ntthe the A A A A U UulClces Uoffices j joffices
offices in Baltimore BaltimoreWrestling BaltimoreWrestling l lWrestling
Wrestling In February FebruaryThe FebruaryThe FebruazyThe
The annual wrestling wrest1h championship ebampolon8bIpaor j jof
of the A A A U which attracted at attention attention attention ¬
tention last season n will be held at atCarroll atfarroll atCarroll
Carroll Institute some ome time in Febru February FebruarY FebruSc ¬
ary Sc and what will be new to Wash Washington Washngton ¬
ington iton this year is the transfer of oftbe oftbe ofthe
tbe swimming swJ UJIIlng championships cbamplon Alps which wAlchwere whichnore whichwere
were held In Baltimore last oa oato seasonto 0oa 0oato
to the Y M L C C A A hero s se soetIineHi soetIineHimidwinter mot ue1II ue1IImidwinter eiit eiitmidwinter
midwinter midwinterBaltimore midwinterBaltlmore midwinterBalUmore
Baltimore too will come in for its itsshare Itsshf1re Itsshere
share of attention = as th tJai r annual annualgaines II IIgames
Barnes of Johns Hopkins u k1D all the tfeeJifth weFirth theFifth
Firth Regiment t wllreme wlll ome off o tr tlUIill durI durIthe IUBK IUBKthe
the winter Last year these were werejoint werejoint werejoint I
joint games but from Indications Irfdlcatkmthere IdfHcaUolulthere Indicationsthere
there will be two tW sets ts of games held heldthere heldthere heldthere
there this season seasonAltogether SCI8GhAI sepsofiAltogether
Altogether AI roge ther Washington athletes athleteswill aUlleteswill athleteswill
will have their hands full and will willclaim wiltclaIm willclaim
claim much of the attention during duringthe darl1agthe durIngthe
the next few months now that the thefootball tlaefootball thefootball
football hero Is resting on his hard hardearned hardearned hardearned
earned laurels
ONBuAtliSutfllHi ONBuAtliSutfllHiBilly ON fiM BOXES nnvrno nriTn DEATH DEATHI DEATHBily
I Billy B l1y Dunning Dies as Re Resuit Result Resuit
suit of Blow Landed by byJack byJ byJack
PRESQUE iSLE Me 1 Ie Nov 3t 3tCoroner xCoroner 31Coroner
Coroner Moores today ordered ord red an anp anpquest anquest f fqoest
quest on the death of Billy Dunning Dunningof DuItAI g gi
i of MIHIoocket a a heavyweight boxer boxerwho boxerwho
who died last night following follomn a knock knockout kRockout knockout ¬
out blow in a a hard bout with Jack JackLeon JackLeon JackLeon
Leon of Bangor BangorDunning BangorDunning BangorDunning
Dunning four years ago bO fought Jack JackJohnson JackJohnson JackJohnson
Johnson to a draw in Mlllinocket and andalways aDdalways andalways
always declared that with a a little more moreexperience JRerexperience moreexperience
experience he could be the successful successfulhope su succesofulhope OeJHuI OeJHuIhope <
hope of the white race raceThe raceThe raceThe
The blow which sent Dunning to t the thefloor thefloor thefloor
floor came after five rounds of fighting fightingin ghtIngin
in which he showed little initiative Initiativeopponent His Hisopponent Hisopponent
opponent forced the fight all the t e time timelanding timelanding
Ilandlng landing a hard right swing to the Jaw Jawfor jawtor jawfor
for the knockout knockoutDunning knockoutDunnIng knockoutDunningleaves
Dunning Dunningleaves leaves a family In Portland PortlandulETICS PortlandATHLETICS PortlandATHLETICS
PHILADELPHIA Nov 26 26For For the theaext th thnext thenext
next month at least all eyes ej S of the base baseball basel baseball ¬
ball l world will lI1 be focussed on Cuba Cubawhere Cub Cubwhere Cubawhere
where Connie Macks champions will wJHspend wJ1tspend willspend
spend the winter montns monufs demo demonstrating demonstratingto istratitt istratittto
to the Cubans how the national pastime pastimeshould pastimeshould pastimeshould
should be flayed flayedTwelve j1aycdTwelve jIaycdTwelve
Twelve members o the House of Slack Slackwho Mackwho Iack Iackwho
who will make the trip reported here hereyesterday bereyestenlay hereyesterday
yesterday for final instructions The TheAthletic TDeAthletic TheAthletic
Athletic players will sail today for fortke fortkefarotr the thefaroff thefaroff
faroff island islandThe islandThe islandThe
The party which will Include < several severalof seeralof severalof
of the players wives wves will leave this thismorning thismorning bls
morning at 820 oclock and will sail sailfrom sellfrom
from New ev York on the steamer Havana Havanaof I
of the New ew York and Cuba Mall Steam Steamship Steamship Steamship ¬
ship Company of the A A G W I lines lnes1
Jofc Shibe Shl e and Frank Bancroft will willhav willhay
hay Jta tharse of the party Mr Bancroft BancroftIs willi
Is ip II Cuba arranging a great ovation ovationfor ovaUoafor ovationto
for to he members of f the team that t at won wonthe WCtnthe wonthe
the highest honors in basebalL basebaHPRIZE basobaHPRIZE basebalLPRIZE
CHICAGO Nov ov 2S 2SCrlmtnal Criminal indict indictments IndlctmentE Indictusenta ¬
ments charging prize fighting as a fel felony felwere felnay ¬
nay were returned in the Cook Co County C08DtCourt CountyCourt nty ntyCourt
Court yesterday The men indicted are areOscar areOscar areOscar
Oscar Dabbs and George Johnson Job1tSOR the thealleged thealleged
alleged fighters fl hters and John HeinenI Heinencharged Heinen Heinencharged
I charged wlth acting acUn as referee Frank Fra k kI
Hitchcock owner of th the place in Burn Bttrabaua BuIRlIam Burnham
I lIam where a deputy sheriff broke roko up
the alleged fight on November ovember IS lS and
Frank Lewis promoter
Harvards s Courtesy CourtesyNEW CourlesyNEW CowtesyNEW
NEW HAVEN Nov aS 6capt sGCaptFred 6captFred Capt CaptFred
Fred Daly of the Yale football footballteam footballteam footballtears
team is in receipt of a courteous courteousletter courteousJetter courteousletter
letter from Capt Lathrop With WithSig WithSigton i1g g gto
ton ton to of f Harvard offering him him the theball theban theball
ball which was used in the Yale YaleHarrard YaleHarvard YaleHarvard
Harvard game on November xg xgThe 19The zgThe
The letter states that Captain CaptainWithington Capta1nWithington CaptainWithlngton
Withington regards the victory as asmorally asmoraDy asmorally
morally belonging to Yale and that thatwhfle that thatwhile thatwhile
while Harvard had one of the best bestteams bestteams bestteams
teams teams if not the very best team teamin teamin teamin
in her history and met a a Yale team teamwhich teamwhich teamwhich
which had been defeated twice and andtied ndtied an antied
tied once once still Harvard was unable unableto unableto unableto
to break down the wonderfnl won erful Yale Yaledefense Yaledefense Yaledefense
defense defenseCaptain defenseCaptain defenseCaptaiti
Captain Withington expressed expressedthe expressedthe expressedthe
the highest admiration for or the Yale Yaleteam Yaleteam Yaleteam
team team its wonderful spirit rad d play playagainst playagainst playagainst
against Harvard and the extreme extremesteadiness extremesteadiness extremesteadiness
steadiness and coolness of Captain CaptainDaly CaptainDaly CaptainDaly
Daly and Howe when the latter was wasforced wasforced wasforced
forced to punt behind his own goal goalliae goalline
line when the Slightest error errorwould errorwould
would have been fatal fatalCUBES fataLCHANGES fataLCHANGES
Efforts May Be Made to toTinker toTinker toTinker
Tinker Rules to Suit SuitSeparate SuitSeparate SuitSeparate
Separate Sections SectionsBO6TOX Sections SectionsB06TOX SectionsB06rox
BO6TOX Nov 2S GIt It la Lathe a aseulaefl m d taat
tile tnsk zns of revising the foetfcatt f TvI TvIwill rules ruleswm ruleswill
will be mtrnstod lIttru again to an anmated amalga amalgammted M8Igamatell
mated committee composed com of the rep representatfvee rap repreeentatfves
resentatfvee of the ntstittttione IRsUt Itlo admitted admittedorignwlly adlBlttedoritPnaUy admittedorInily
orignwlly to the task of rule making JB kiD1aamety makingnamely making1namely
namely Yale Harvard Pennsylvaute PennsylvautePrinceton Pennsytyantetoa Pennsyiyanalrinceten
Princeton etoa Cornell West Point Point and An Annapolte ADJIIOIJ Annapolleadded
napolte JIIOIJ napolleadded added dMd to seven representatives representativeschosen repre repreeentafyeechosen entatITes entatITescbo
chosen by by the Intercollegiate A A A A A at
it It meeting tfn to be held December 29
Last year this association a so selected
it it representatives that ta Dartmouth DartmouthHaverford
Chicago XIDDe8Ota Virginia YDder
bUt beriIn and Haverford had voice voiceand voiceand
and vote m In framing the rules of 3BW
The assumption that the rules rnl B for fornext fornext
next season will be framed by b a com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee similarly constituted may how however bowMfT however ¬
ever prove prm erroneous There is consid considerable cone4dlB considerable ¬
erable lB I discussion loI1 In favor of forming
separate associations In the E East Weat West
and Sooth S each section OD legislating 1ed l Ung with
regard to the particular needs uee4 and an de desires 41e desires ¬
sires of Ma own territory but t w vtking rld tJdD s
as 5 mtteh in tDOn
harmony with the other as associations as assocIatIon ¬
sociations as possible possibleAccidents poMIIbleAccid Ie IeAccidents
Accidents Accid ts Are Reduced ReducedWhile ReducedWhile
While the iHM JMIIRHr fcer of serious accidents accidentsoccnrme accidentsorciirinc
occnrme in football rtbaX has beoa on reduced reiueatreat
fr treat m the t e teM into reached rea hed in xH9 the list listof listoC listof
of mjnrien includes nine authenticated authcnU08tedeaaes authenticatedea
cases ea of C death with the Thanksgiving ThanksgivingDay Thank Ylng Ylngy
Day y Jr ewes E sUP to be fiswred The TheTbanksghriax TheTbaak I IThanksgiving
Thanksgiving Tbaak Day games nes increase the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total of accidents considerable as a rule ralesbecanse rule1tecaue ru1ebecause
because the around is either frozen hard hardor bardor
or hawed until the footlncr f6Ot1 t is unsafe unsafewhile unsafewhile
while the team teIUIIII ara f frequently made up s sof
of i yh iiave > Kverc who w5 ho are not In proper con coanlou
tl nlou to take lakepart part rt in a hard game
The Chicago Chjcai o oaper epe which in the f fnatloal fa fanat fa fanal
natloal nat teal aI nrejjndice D jJaoJlce against football an annually anneally annwally ¬
nually prints an alleged list of dead and andwotind andWOt1nd andwotind4
wotind wotind4 annotmceff a total of o thirty
deaths for the season thus far but but as asstated asated asstated
stated ated the number of deaths d tbs actually actuallyoc actuallyCiu actuallyoeurrIng
oc Ciu oeurrIng < urrlnK and c1 really due to football oo 1 to to ¬
tals K ions s then a htlrd up to date date of the thenumber thewisnber
number given bv the paper oapcriHJHiies 1aper1Rjuries paperInjuries
Injuries Less Dangerous DangerousThe DangerousThe DangerousThe
The probable character cba ter of injuries has hashowever hashoweYer beshowever
however been modified with m mlss ns ss play playabolished playah playabOi40bed
abolished ah and speed s oo sunt1tutnd instituted for forweight forweight forweight
weight wrenches and twists tend to give jrfveway givey ve veway
way y to contact InJJarfoe Involvinp InvolyJn frac ¬
tured bones 08 be and bruises bnd e injuries of
this character are re ncrkaos more readily
diagnosed e osed yield setter etter to treatment and I
are less likely to result In permanent t
hurt than the wrenches twists and pos possible ¬ I
mile ble Internal I injuries S caused C Used br b Y mass
ray rJayMass r3a r3aIase
Mass Mass play was abolished by the sim ¬ I
Pie means of requiring that there must mu < t
be seven men on the line line of scrimmage scrlmma e
and that there should be no pushing or o
pulling IJtDg of the runner In this t Js quIe I
the more important reform was the soy sovenroenontheIine soycamenontheline
enroenontheIine rum It would be bevery b bevets
very very vets possible Iblf to restore pushing and andpulling andPwUng andpulling
pulling the runner to football without withoutsetting withoutlIettlng withoutsetting
setting up mass play conditions by re requiring re requiring yequiring ¬
quiring further that the sevenmen
keep their regular positions In the line
The spirit of the rule Is evaded when whencoaches whencoaches
coaches shift guards and tackles over
Ao that their heaviest bea lest men are ranged rangedside I
side by side With the sevenline men
in their proper positions and t ten n r ards ardsto rds rdsto s
to gain In three downs the mass pley pleyproposition pleyproposition l lproposition
proposition would not seriously affect affectthe
the character of the game even e en with withpushing withpushing withpushing
pushing and pulling permitted and one oneof oneor oneof
of the unenforceable and revolutionary revolutionaryrules re revolutionaryrules olutlonary
rules of the present code would have
been eliminated eliminatedRoles eliminatedRules eliminatedRules
Rules Wot Enforced EnforcedThe EnforcedThe EnforcedThe
The rules forbidding crawling dive divetackling dl divetaclding e etackJln
tackling tackJln and Interference wIth play playyond playrs playera
era rs within a zone or twenty f na d be beyond beyond
yond the line of scrimmcge scrlmn cge haro haT not notaffected not3ffected notaffected
affected the question of t injuries inju a if ifonly Ionly Ifonly
only because they tJl the Y have not been en enforced enforced ¬
forced OITictals Otrlct IS 1ave nave iave Igno Ignoi i t tin tinexcept m mfexcept 1DEoXcept
except in rare es esThe eaThe esThe
The imposltionf Imp Sltion r occasional occaa onal penal penalties pena1ties penalties ¬
ties i las as only worked hadship to the theteam theteam theteam
team unexpectedly called to task task and andhas andbas andhas
has not prevented the repetition of ofoffenses oroffenses ofoffenses
offenses which as a matter of fact facthave facthae facthave
have rarely contributed to the sum sumtotal sumtotal sumtotal
total of serious Injury in football As Asthe Asthe Asthe
the ball Is dead when the official officialblows o1rlcfalblows officialblows
blows his whistle there Is irt nb n > advan advantage advantage advantage ¬
tage in attempts to o crawl crawlCLAIMS craw crawCLAIMS crawlCLAIMS
London Writer Declares Late LateChampion LateChampion LateChampion
Champion Was Bam on onthe onthe onthe
the Isle IsleivKTV Isleiaw
ivKTV lW YORK YORK Nov No 26 26COslus 26Cestuswriting Cestus Cestuswritlnsr
writing In the London Sportsman of ofNovember ofNovember ofNovember
November 18 8 a co Cpyor py of which was re received recelvedherpt9day receLved ¬
ceived celvedherpt9day herptoday says that he has evi evidence en endeuce ¬
deuce that the th lataStanley Ketchel the themiddleweight thenildd1eweIgh
middleweight nildd1eweIgh champion of the world worldwas WorldWAS worldwas
was born anEngllshman an Englishman and that his hisreal hisreal hisreal
real name was Arthur Thomas Wil Wilson WlI8Oa Wilson ¬
son 8Oa of West Hyde near Luton in inBedfordshire InBedfordslrlro inBedfordshirc
Bedfordshire BedfordshireI
I may add continued Costus Costusthat Costustht Costusthat
that Ketchels father and mother are arastill aNstIll arestill
still alive and they naturally think thinkthat thinkthat
that if there is any of his estate to tohave toaVe tohave
have it ought to como to them espe especially especlaUy capedaily ¬
daily as they aro in none too flour flourishing flourlahing ¬
ishing h1n circumstances
L W Page Heads New Or Organization Organization Organization ¬
ganization That Seeks to toPromote toPromote toPromote
Promote Highways HighwaysBy
By HARRY WARD WARDMotorists WAPDMotorists WARDMotorists
Motorists are deeply Interested in the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Association for Highway 1 Im Improvement Improvemcat 1stprovement ¬
provement formed l this week withLogan withLogan with withTx
Tx Logan > gan Waller Page Director of Public PublicRoads PublicRoads PublicRoads
Roads as president presidentThe peeldentThe presidentThe
The formation of this organization re responds re responds responds ¬
sponds directly to t > the suggestion susge Uon of Jo Joseph Joseph Joseph ¬
seph TV 1 Jones president t of the Tour Touring TourIng Touring ¬
ing Club of America Upon his return returnfrom returntrom returnfrom
from Brussels Br1I where in August t feist ho hoattendat no noattendee J JatteDdetl
attendee the second international road roadcongrens roadcongrens roadcongress
congrens as a Special agent of the theHalted thoUnIted theUnIted
UnIted States Office of Public Roads RoadsMr RoadsMr i iTDOS
Mr Joaes expressed the opinion that thatthe thatthe
the TrrlouB associations as and organiza organizations OIg1lDIatlens organisations ¬ I
I tions interested In the th development dyelojimeatot of ofgood ofgood
good roads in this country should join joinin jolaIn joinin
in the formation of a a national nau dyelojimeatoti e1 highway highwayassociation l gassodaUon highwayassociation i
association to conduct an American Americanroad Amerieanroad Americanroad
road congress similar to the conventions conventionshold CODeDUonshold conventionshold
hold annually in Europe EuropeOne EuropeOne EuropeOne
One of o the th aims of the new organiza organization raBl7atlon organisation ¬
tion Is to tako the good roads n problem problemout Wemout problemout
out of politics and to install expert pert su supervision supcrvl8lnn superviatcu ¬
pervision under tIN dfeactioti 6 et1oa of C the theFederal UaeFederal theFederal
Federal Office of Public Road in the theconstruction econstruction theconstruction
construction and maintenance of the thehighways theh1ghways thehighways
highways and to broaden br the develop developzaent development developmeat
meat of a continuous Us countrywide sys system gysm systcm ¬
tem m linking l1nJdn together the improved improvedhighways improvedhighways improvedhighways
highways front State to State The Thework Thework Thework
work of the association tJoD win be of ofeeneAt vast vastbenefit vastbeneftt
benefit to tb motoring fraternity R RD R RD ItD
D Chapin the Detroit auto manufac manufacturer msuatacturer rac racturer ¬
turer represents repre enb the Association of ofUeensed orued ofl4consed
Ueensed ued Automobile Automobilethe Manufacturers oa oathe ORthe
the directorate of the association Uon white whitePr wWIePr6MdeDt whilePresident
Pr President sfctaat Joseph W Jones represents representsthe repr represelts represeltsthe J
the Touring Ch Club of America Americaasttler AMerieaJIJ AmericaMiller
Miller JIJ r Brothers automobile l1e supply
house received word this moraine that thatdttrtag thatdertag thatduring
during the month atk of October the Ford FordMotor FordIot Fordotn
Motor Iot otn Company sold at cars and up to tothe tthe tothe
the present pr 89Rt time in Koveiaber S3 430 Ford Tordcars Fordcars Feedcars
cars have been shipped I from the De Detroit De DetroltIDt Dstrek ¬
trek troltIDt plant This total of Las cars fo fov i1JYl7 iSye
v Yl7 ye y oamaglng testimony t T against th thcarrent the thecnrrcnt thecarrent
carrent reports that the automobile automobilebuBiaess aatomoWleis automobileisInese
buBiaess isInese is stagnating tID said Claude
Miller nAI ADparenuy Prea > y H Henry Ford thinks thinksno UaIakDO thinksno
no more of a broken record eoniiaaed eoniiaaedMr eontnedMr
Mr Miller utJNu1 than did Andrew Carnegie Carnegiewho cnrnegiewho
who who when one of his aUei eeI mill snper s
if Inte04 Inten4ont t rfentp Atll told him 111 that ths all production productionThe pr productionrecords 1lCt1011 1lCt1011r6COrds
records for a day bad been broken re re replied
plied 11ay not do It every ey7 ey7The 2 2T
The T meet elaborate and effective e effoti effotischeme octITe
schema attempted attempt Ja i automobile atom bU bUI sectte sectteCentral
I DO under WT for the annual aut auto autoShow
show or Ofi J the American rotor KIunICac
turers Association to be held Ja Grad
Central Centralweafc PaJa New York during the
week begintttng b Deetanber D n JL Thesnow Thesnowwill TIle show showwill
will be especially y strong str in commercial commercialinW
cars cars although the pIeamire YebIeIo vebicI In
all aliltavarlety Its variety wtJ wIUhave Aaye a large e repre
To inW make the iJ iJrepresentative aaaaal noetio or Ute t
American Automobile MOCI1t motije eD as
well as the b8JCY beifysarty rIy meetInk more
representative ontatiTe In character characterport cban Pre L I
R B Spare will Include 1ft his anneal re re
port an amendment to the thewhich consOtntton
which will make the three As congress congre
what might be termed a national eat asseuifelgiKe ases
blY felgiKe ElI IIgile e to participation to it would
be S a delegate t1 fr from every club fflnated
with the A A A A A A an president and
secretaries of State
associations all
ex expresidents expresidents axwesldents
presidents of the national organization
and all others whom the > assembly may
designate as bete being entitled to voice vole and
vote The plan is t to secure a relapse ¬
hensive national t representation reprenjwill rr rrwill such as
will enlist the hf support of aqtomobiHsttf ai4omobfl4
from every State in the Union
Emerson and Orme have been advised
that the Regal Motor Car Company has baaestablished hasestablished I Iestablished
established a wholesale ale branch bran te
Philadelphia with G K E Xatteeon as 1
district manager mana r This branch will l sup I
ply pJ this section of the country with withSIPPER
negac ca caSUPPER I
FUMED By TECH TECHFootball TECHFootball I IFootball
Football Players to Be BeGuests BeGuests BeGuests
Guests at Annual Event EventTuesday EventTuesday EventTuesday
Tuesday TuesdayThe
The football team of Teofcufc TtK1IutIea1School Teulu High
School will be tendered a sapper r next
Tuesday evening at the school schoolThe sclteeITheauPPGr schoolThe
The TheauPPGr supper was to Rye nave been held JttWweek lasc lascweek istweek
week but owing to a death in the fam family famUy fainfly ¬
fly of Coach lIecox it was deemed wise wiseto eto wiseto
to postpone the event until next week weekMembers weekMembers weekMembers
Members of the faculty have the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter well in hand and it is expected that thata
a general genera good time mil be enjoyed enjoyedThe eajoyedThe enjoyedThe
The girls of the lourthyear class olasshave 016hae classhave
have been invited and a nd will nato out in inserving innezring I
serving with the members of the tb faculty
selected to do the honors It is ex expected cxpected ¬ 11
pected that a new captain for aext aextyears aextears nextyears
years ears team will be elected ected and that thatplans thatplans
plans for next years campaign will be betalked betalked i italked
talked over overTech overTech I
Tech has not badtgreat h t success this thisyear thisyear I
year due probab pObabIS to the fact that so somany 80ma somars
many ma mars veterans were taken away with
last years graduation Coach Coer HecoC Hecoxstarted Hecocstarted J
started the year with good materifl materiflcomprising materipicomprising I
comprising many green men Injuries Injuriesof 11
of a minor nature played havoc with withthe I
the teams chances and one of the themain tltemain themain
main points borne in mind this year was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the development of material for flex nexrseasom ne neseason flexseason
season seasomWhile seasonWhile seasonWhile
While four mert mu made the select all allhigh allhigh m mhigh
high school team there were others who whoshowed who5howed I Ishowed
showed great promise With the advent adventof adventor adventof
of next season Tech promises to come comeinto comeInto 1 1into
into her own and put m I > a stiffer light lightfor Hjrhtfor h hfor
for honors next year But one or two twomen twomen twoinca
men will be lost through graduation graduationand graduationand nduatlonand
and several have been schooled to take taketheir taketheir I Itheir
their places placesSHRUBB placcsSHRUBB placesSHRUBB
BOSTON Nov 3 2ILIt It looks as as if Al AlShrubb AlShrubb AlShrubb I
Shrubb the great English runner is1 is1back is isback Inback
back tv tt j form again ae be beat U5 L1H Lag Lagboat s sboat
boat in convincing style Teamed with withAbby withAbby withAbby I
Abby Woods ro4 in the team Marathon Marathonrace Marathonrace Marathonrace
race he ought t ue u uh > > h in the money moneyGentlemen moneyGentlenien moneyGentlemen
Gentlemen Appreciate Appreciatethe
the elegance and finish of Cochran Cochranbuilt Cochranbuilt Cochranbuilt
built Evening enIn Suits and Dinner DinnerJackets DinnerJackou DtnaerJackets
Jackets New longroll OD ron lapels lapelsFREDERICKACOCHRANCO 1pelsFREDERIC lapelsFREDERICK
T I a1 aiors 1 ors AboVIi 60S 6O6J3thSt F 13th west St BId 1m pO rl ers S
Every Veteran Ordered to Hot Springs Ark Ark Ark Before Re Reporting Re Reporting Reporting ¬
porting for Training Season Seasor SeasonKimball Kimball House Hou e Atlanta Atlantato At1 nta ntato
to Be Headquarters of Club
Joe Quirk Qu rk viH J m train the Washington Washingtonball Wesh1ngtCIball Wasblngtceball
ball club next season seasonIt seasonIt seasonIt
It became known today that while whileJimmy whileJimmy whileJimmy
Jimmy McAIeer was here he had a lone lonetalk Iontalk longtalk
talk with Quirk after which a L contract contractwas contractwas contractwas
was drawn up and signed binding the thetrainer thetralntr thetrainer
trainer to take charge of tho physical physicalcondition physlca1condition physicalcondition
condition or the National from the t1 a time timethey tImetheY timethey
they report In Atlanta until the end of ofthe o othe ofthe
the season seasonWhen seasonWhen seaseaWhen
When MC McAleer eer was In St St Louis be hadQulrkand bSdQuirk had nadQuirk
Quirk Qulrkand and whea tie manager was wastransferred Walltransf61Ted wastrantforred
transferred to this city he brought the thetrainer thetrainer e etraJnel
trainer with Mm Last year Quirks Quirkswork Quirkswot1c Quirkswork
work was w so satisfactory that when the theleader theJea4er theleader
leader of the Nationals a1s oame here early earlythis earlythis earlythis
this week he sent seIJt for Quirk and closed closedthe clOSMt closedthe
the t e deal dealQuirk deaLQ1IIrk 7 7Quirk
Quirk has long been Identified Withsports with withsports withsports
sports He first came into prominence prominenceas
as a driver of harness horses and later laterearned 1etereaDd laterearned
earned fame as a fancy skater He has hasmade haSma hasmade
made a study of conditioning athletes athletestnd athletesIOO athletesend
end one of his most successful ventures venturest
1 t this was when he took charge of the thoGeorgetown ther theGeorgetown
Georgetown r WJl football squad ten days be before be befon before ¬
fore the Virginia4game Virginia 1 pme game and brought the theplayers thepiayerS theplayers
players up to the kickoff In seen Such grand grandatoape grandshape
shape that not a single one was forced forcedto forcedto forcedto
to leave Je yethat that bardfought lNtnIfCMIg lit game because becauseof bec8A1S8r becaAiseSc
of injuries or exhaustion exhaustionMeAleer exh exhaustiona exhaustionMicAloer ovtlon ovtlonJlcAleer
MeAleer will stop Mo off In Washington Washlngtameeting WasidngtoBSa
Sa 1 tea days 011 his Way to the 1gu 1guMMtng leegusmeeting
meeting in New ew York YorkCo YorkGp Yorkqo
Co Gp Te Hot H t Springs SpringsBefore SpringsBeto SpringsBefore
Before leaving IM here ere XcAleer obtained obtainedthe obtainedthe d dtile
the address of every vsteraa v member memberof nicinbotof
of the club and It is his intention to togo towrite
write to each one fie these an order < der to togo
go to Hot Springs about the middle of ofFebruary orJPe ofFebruary
February JPe nIa for two weeks before report reportat reportlug
lug at Atlanta AtlantaOne AtlantaOiis
One oC the M chief objections oO to sending sendingplayers sendingplayers On4b b bplaers
players to the Arkansas resort has been beenthe beenM beenthe
the cost eo but so determined fe SfcAteer SfcAteerto Y r rto
to have his men primed for the opening openingthat openingthat openingtht
that all of the older players will be becompelled beCOIBpelled becompelled
compelled to take the baths for at least leastten Je stten leastten
ten days before they Join the general
NEW TORK Nov 35 3Tweho Twelve years yearsago yearsapt ySago
ago a party if f Eastern bowlers wJers led b bWilliam bWilbarit F FWyam
William Cortes t f Brooklyn made JRdebrMeloa an anfovaeioa anInvasion
Invasion of tl the West WestNick WestJDOBC WestAmong
Among t who made the trip were wereNIcr wurOUck
John JohnSohU JohnSotti a aSoh
NIcr Nick Thyme Fred Freer Clinch
SohU Soh Charlie Schaefer C C Starr StarrGeorge Starre StarrGeorge
George e Phippert Phlppert Sam Sam Karpf ASU ASUver A A Sit Stiver Sityes
ver and George Stein St bt They were pion pione PioneMS pioitears
e eMS 3 of i the game 2Z2 JSLr JSLrconditions aDd as a resUlt of oft1wIr oftheir
their vt lt Interest spread In the West WesteoRdtdons Wentconditions
conditions improved and the game was wasi wasYe1 wasginen
i given Ye1 a big impetus impetusmethods ImpetusToday impetusToday
the theV theV4t
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and arouse Interest among amongthe amongthe
to IMprove
the foUoWeni oC Ua tenpin game The TheWaterD TheWesterners
strides and DClt andthere
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t is much that Easter aterners erS could couldather couldgather
gather fro 3 study oC their prese present presentmethods t twaethods
methods When W the West caf es turn out outftrmen outl
Si l fivemen cemen te teams un6 for the annual = tour tourMunent tCtlIIUDeIIt tourjiament
Munent of the American Bowling Con Conrress7 contpSS Congeese
geese rress7 and over MtY of these teams teamsfrom teamstromCh teamsChicago
from tromCh Chicago e it shows what they are aresome arectobIg areFoe
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Greater C Mter New York that a a metropolitan metropolitantournament metropoUtant metropOUtRllto4wllament
tournament t t should be held annoallyr annoallyrRjonglS aanua1l3iJines aunualrnaloisg
RjonglS aloisg the rHnes lines of the National Bowling BowlingAssociation BoWUngLs
Association Ls event Chicago has such a atourney atourney
tourney and it is a success in every everyway eyeryway everyway
way Last vear year there was a record recordntry recordntt recordentry
entry ntry in the Individual twomen and andThe aDdfivemen adfivemon
fivemen fivemenTbe fivemonTbs
The compatition com tUion is run similar to a anational anatIonal anational
national tournament and it has done donemuch donemuch
much to stimulate healthy competition competitionand competitionand competitionand I
and increase IDCr the interest In the game in inless InM inhiongo
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will be put In charge at Hot Springs Springsand
and his orders will have the th Kmeaffect same e eGect
as will those of McAleer at Atlanta
AH of the Nationals will wU11te be reo r requfred lred ed to towork tnwork t twork
work out regularly twice a a d day r so wbPn wh n nmil
they get to Ponce de Leon Park tJu they
mil not be behind the younger men menS menFrom ea eaFrom elLFrom
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here her abeat the let of A AepeiMng ApdIto Aprfl to the theopenIng
openIng Of t the championShip ohampfoaeiinumber ldp season a anumber
number of exhibition games w will bo boplayed
played with National League aloha oinbaMay alohaa
a I 1 1May
May Retain Gessler GesslerI
I 1 never met DJet a ball i pl player ayer I Wce a ked kedstore < l loro l lmorn
morn oro than Tfoc nec Geseier Ge ADd If be can cansbow canJ5G canshow
show J5G W the form he will certamly cartal r be on onour onOUr onour
our ball dub next summer sold TIm JSmMoA3cer TImXoAker JimfoA3eee
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in the otttfteML otttfteMLWhen ovtftehLwJt outileidWhen
wJt When n he fell down in Ida hitting last lastseason utIMtUIOD lastseason
season there was no one In Waahiafion Waahilmgtoawho Waahiafionwho
who felt worse about It than 1 Doc > oe aim aimsett bunself
self etr and if he can rot away a with any juxyBort HI1 HI1JOrt anysort
sort of a tart in the spring he Should sfconldatak Shouldmake
atak make a UK mt valuable player Tie beau beauty 1Haut beauIT ¬
ty about Gassier e ler te that he to a team teamplayer teamer
player er No matter what effect It aright
have OB his Individual record 1 Doe > e will willalways willalways
always sacrifice anything to get runs runsor
for or his team teamThe teamTJte teemThe
The Rationale are already alr 841y aegatfat aegatfatiats 1t t tJetg
Sag with Georgetown fer a 8 8gmeIaA pcaatice pcaaticegame praede2game
gmeIaA game la Aprifc AprifcLikes Apt ih ihLnes
Likes Davy D vy Jones JaosWMle J JonesWhile n SWhne
While there were maT who wIMttlIe construed caastraedthe construedthe
the fl jght it between MeAJeer and Davy DaryJones Da DaTones DavyJones
Jones as the culmination cuJm of a a toes per personal per8OD8l pereons ¬
sonal eons feud f McAJeer cAJeee says that tIIat if te I IH IHtrait Dotrait > e etrott
trait outfielder were pot on tho market aarkettomorrow markettOlDOlTOW markettomorrow
tomorrow Washington would put te a astrong lbid i istrong
strong bid bidThe bidThe bidThe
The National atloDal manager ooasiders Jones Jonesone JonesODC Jonesone
one of the best waiters that mr mrfa 015 015faced f ffa
fa fa d a a pitcher and thinks that bo bowould h hwould bewould
would be a valuable addition to the club clnbhere cJl1bhere clubhere
here particularly at this time time when a agood asood agood
good fi er Ider w needed neededJones DeededJones neededJosis
Jones has no chance to get out or of th thAmerican the thfAme11cn theAmerican > >
American League > as loo long as JfoAfeer JfoAfeerhae MeAleerhas < 1 1I
has a saT in directing cIlrectm the dectteiee of ofany oCallY ofany
I any of the clubs T K K I
Manhattan Pin Men Want Metropolitan Meet Each Year Yearto Yearto
to Be B Held Along Lines of National Associa Associations AssociaC
4 tions Tournament
evecy prospect of o a a metr mutrapeikan IKsn tour toarmuBent tour1IJBeDt tournameat
muBent being held next JIeXtIa spr lining
In 1 Chicago aO alley y owners are astoed to
bid for the event and Ute th hnc highest t WMer WMertakes b4ertakes r
takes tt It A charge of I cents c to made madeto I IID madein
to Chicago for each three gsmop mes retted rettedby r rse1b lteol1Pf
by b a competitor in each event This Thismoney Thi ThiJDODey Thismoney <
money is paid to the alley owner etcher etcheraents eitherby r rby
by the player or o Dr tile club he repre represeats reproAn
seats aentsAn seatsAD
An entry fee of V is charged oeh mat matin IBanin maiin
in each event The alley owner gets get his hisrevenue hIrev hisreveon
revenue rev reveon from the games men and isd other priv privileges prinPages ¬
Bees that he may JD have The entrance entrancefees eatraDcfees eutrancfees
fees and the sum paid pan by the he alley alleyowner aJ1t alleyowner
owner are divided Into prnw priIIe mosey moseyand
There re several places In Brooklyn Brooklynand
and Manhattan where such a tourunmancould tournamem tournamemcould r rcould
could be successfully BUeCell ully bald In t tfive two or orthree > 1 1three
three weeks with one to two o sqsuds of ofve ofve
five ve men each nteht and individual and andtwo andtwo
two men events in the day time timeSuch timeSuch timeSuch
Such a a tournament early to April Aprilwould Aprilwould Aprilwould
would be a fitting < finish to the a sn snand snand BSD an anand
and the bowlers would welcome K k Ii Iiwould Itwould I Iwouki
would brine many teams together that thathave thatba th thhatc
have ba e not met previously ly during th thseason thSea8OI11n thseason
season Sea8OI11n in open competition The tourna tournament teumameat toninameat ¬
meat should be mace to include th thmetropolitan thtropoIItaD thmetropolitan
metropolitan tropoIItaD district so as 5 to lake Ii IiNewark f fNewark INewark
Newark Jersey J City and Hoboken HobokenA Bobek BobekA IobohanA
A resolution WIll < be submitted to th th2ew thc thcNew
New York Bowling Bow Association at ar arearly alearIT atearly
early date asking that organisation t ttake ttake >
take up the proposal aJ The Eastern Ea Al Alley AIJeT Allay ¬
JeT lay Owners Association A as well arothe asotheralley arothefley
alley aiJe3 fley owners not members of this body bodywill bodYwD1 bodywill
will be asked to submit bids bidsPresident bidsPresident bidsPresident
President Dr Corbitt of the New XtvYork X XTork NewYork
York Bowling Association A eoclation declared declaredself him himself hImself ¬
self some me time tim ago as strongly in favor favorof favorof favorof
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