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vzT-m n . " THE WASHINGTON TIKES, MONDAY, NOitiBMfrEK 13, lilt f i hgjf.. tCoach Yancey Orders Light Work to Start Virginia Team's Final Preparation tit t 1$ ft VIRGINIA'S ELEVEN ENTERS UPON LAST At Any Rate, the Laundries Are Not a Bit Stingy With Their Piins ' - BSrlS By Goldberg I 4, B FINAL PREPARING FOR YALECONTEST Tigers Believe They Should Win From Old Eli Saturday. v WEEK OF PRACTICE '4& ,fCoach Yancey Orders Light Work for Today's Workout. titf l-ap IW f PRINCETON BEGINS AUTOMOBILE 1 I AkjloeUlSTS (AS - ( &5S T6LLHIWl HEL? -ou ' You'LL 1 OR RAIteOAb? J sUlDtS ' cTO,con , Std- V POTTIKJC3 OK) V OUT J1LJ tK yt I 5HRT5 . I TWrT V ft CLEN KjJ f "ra . T-re" POBLIC HAS THRG 0J3' jiM J SKIRTS ! Ik! 'jit 's I 'is" V : s 0'' 10 till 'fl ft 1 1. f ,l 4- it ti f OLD-TIME STARS TO 1 HELP OUT COACHES jfJJFamous Stonewall Band to Play At Saturday's Great Game -c.' ftl " -J' CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.'. Nov. 13. 4 Virginia's football squad will enter upon ,f,ihe flnal term of practice In preparu Jtlbn for 'the game with Georgetown next S,8aturday, on Lambeth Field today. ,9;Head' Coach Yancey has ordered light ,Avorlc connned for the greater part to Igrial drill, in spite or the fact that all ..,tho men are in the best of shape and uthow no 111 effects from the combat i-wlth Hopkins in Baltimore last Satur day. u A squad of coaches that will exceed In i number as well as class of personnel ''ny that has corrie to the aid of a Vir ginia team in many a day Is expected mrto be hero this week, The influx has Hi started already. ClSBell, Cloth, Hona tfker. Cooke, and Walker are expected rtrito put in appearance on Lambeth Field t'i-thls afternoon. cf Great preparations are being made by .oiihe student body and faculty here for the game in Washington. A mass meet ing that should outclass from over .Hstandpolnt, any similar attempt In late iyears, has been planned as a send-off ,t'ior the team next Friday night. The jblfamous Stonewall Band, engaged to ac o company the rooters to Washington, will ;be on hand to help out In the prellm (U Inary celebration. Speech-making, a .general rehearsal of yells and songs and ifi march through Charlottesville, dur tlng which fireworks of all varieties will i, be exploded, has- been carded as the T'maln part of the celebration. 1 Manager Wheems of .the university ii team has chartered four special cars to 'u'convey the rooters to the scene of .bat A.tle and at the present rate an additional imnrier will have to be put in before the ond of the week. The trains will leave here Saturday morning at 7:30 o'clock rtand ar expected to arrive In Washlng 'i ton three hours later. Then will fol low the march up the Avenue that has o.ohvnya proved a prominent part of the in day's program in the Capital City. f n GRIDIRON GOSSIP ic Tr56' the Car,lslc halfback. Is the , stnr of the season. r.l .(.I Princeton's line Has strong against "'Dartniodth Saturday "1' t Carter Is the man to be feared by ,, Georgetown on the Hilltop. ' ., H Todd's running behind close Int?rfer- f fence should gain for Vltglnla Saturday. ra . ' Brown wns no match for Yale or Har vurd. Penn must have been very weak to lore to SpracHlng'p eleven. Cantaln Wood, of Virginia, should -cause coii'I(lfrable vexation to the Blue 'and Gray center trio in the annual clash with Georgetown. u Michigan proved to be much weaker o thar expected against Cornell, and now M'lpt nrsylvania orocts victory at Ann I Aibor Saturday Luckncll achieved honor enough in icoilng on Amy. romethlng no other eliH'tn, not even Yale, wus able to do. II came on a safety. Captain Dalton continues to be the Navy's main strength on attack and ill 8" defense His work should shlno forth on Franklin Fluid against the Army. Carlisle's vlctorv over L.afnvpft M Penn and Harvard havo been most clsan-cut and there Is not a shndnw of 4oubt of the Indians' strength. ,. By winning from Northwestern Sat urday Chicago took the Conference championship. Strong rumors have It that Michigan will return to the Con ference ,ne,xt year. By next Friday betting on the Vlr- rlnla-Georgetown struggle should be nearly even. The more one thinks of Virginia. Judging from the Hopkins JJ name, the stronger the team looks. 3 Vanderbllt. by winning enslly from G Kentucky, seems to top all the far S Southern elevens. Sewanee was cqnsld 5. Ted In tho running, but that defeat by Georgia Tc-ch put them out of the 5 contest. St. John' has defeated Gallaudet and Maryland Agcles by decisive scores. Nprt Snturdoy's combat at Homewood Field Baltjmpre, with Johns Hopkins should be a great battle. S IT Cornell-can win from Chicago and G Porn be rf turned vlctov over the Wol ! verlnes at Ann Arbor, there will he J?! little doubt of tho sunremacv of the (h Knst over the West on the football Kriairon. .-i S'Top" Lannlgan.Virglnla's trainer, de ecives much nralso for the excellent & wij'flcal condition of tho Orange nnd Jjj Blue players, Not man Is in the llne J, Wat Chiflottcsvlllu who is not In per $ ifttc shape. g Laf ayettQ. Mlled to UVe un to expecta K tlenRinculnsr Pennsylvania, it wa con- fldentls'iy, hQhed that the Estonians woUIdTUllhe Quakers orf their feet. InfcU-MJfVJ. yqrked tlto other way. CaptainfMowe. Yale's great quarter back Played a fitrange weaknrsH ngalnRt Brown. He fumbled three iumn, mm iiuiiuui; pui wi uiimirauio . support of hlH own batkfleld men saved m tne uaii to tne mis. Jj Army Is almost certnln to be the fa il vorlte when It meets Navv on Frank M Hn FJeld, a week from Saturday. The J5J soioier nave a .suonger all-around (win wfiuu int; miuuios inula all their plays, around Dalton. JJ On , games won the Eastern cham- M plorehln seems right now to lie among Prlnoetoit, Carllso and West Pclnt, none JJ of whloh teams lin been defeated HorncevHonsland. AVciterr. Reserve's t-nik' guard, Is fo near-sighted that In practice ho wears glofsen. Ho take th 'in off in gamas however. Duff, Ptlneeton's precnest guard. Is a nrotnislng candidate fur thi Aii.Ampiim 5 team this year. Ho Improves In every RUint. n 1 iP wat- o-- ui,ffem:i cj - - mr . ydsMftTr-ifi?;:'- ...rv.'cas: YALE-PRINCETON GAME FOR TITLE Experts Think Yale Has Edge on Intercollegiate Grid iron Honors Princeton Entitled to Battle for Cham pionship Harvard Out of It. NEW YORK, Nov. 13.-Eastern football has reached Its final stago and already the experts are beginning to dope out the winner of tho "Big Four" contest. Yale has the edge, they think, though Princeton is close at her heels. The real championship game this year, they add, will bo the Yale-Princeton game at New Haven next Saturday, and tho Yale7Harvard game In Cambridge on Saturday week. Princeton already hits defeated Harvard, and should the Tigers take Yale Into camp, tho sons of Old Nassau would bo hailed as tho sea son's champions. It is true that Princeton's victories over Harvard and Dartmouth have been by the smallest of margins and that the Tigers were tied by Lehigh and Navy, but a victory over tho Blue Saturday would give her the championship by a narrow margin. Yale, however, will be the favorlto In the Tiger game. The Ells have lost only tne game to Army on a field so soggy and ur.der conditions so adverse that It ran bo cplled little moro than a fluke defeat. YALE FEARS TIGER El Scully and Camp Will Be In Line-Up On Saturday. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 13. Yale's football squad came through tho Brown game Saturday freo from injur; js and was able today to resume practice for iht big fame with Princeton next Sat urday. Yale players and conches ad mit that they fear the Tiger's squad oven more than they do the Crimson eleven. Only the lightest kind of work will be attempted this and next week, so that the men will bo In tiptop shape. Scully, whose old head wound was reopened In Saturday's Brown game, will be able to re-enter the line-up next Saturday, as will young Walter Camp, Jr., who wrenched his ankle. Camp's great showing against Brown Is be lieved to have won a position on the varsity for him. The Yale coaches plan no more changes In the line. Barring accidents, it will face Princeton as It iijet Brown. The Yale players left the campus yes terday noon, after attending chapel, and cnloyed an auto ride to Walling ford, where thev lunched at the Oak dale Tavern. They continued their trip on an afternoon outing, designed to give them a change of atmosphere. Captain Howe said that todav's woik would be nominal for the regulars. On Tuesday and Wednesday the onlv scrimmaging of the week will be done, but It will be short. Yale's long, grind Ing practices are over for the yoar. The coaches avoided the Yale sur roundings, going to New York Satur day night. Telegrams from many alumni have come to Head Coach Field at the condition shown by Yale Sat- urday. His administration has given ' an AloxrAn nflilh (a nlnvltKT tliA mnuf I versatile football of any Yale team, and a general feeling of confidence among Yale men has been created by batmnay s victory. Ex-Capt. Tom Shevlln will he here as strategist till the season closes, and Foster Sanford will continue to Indi vidually coach the linesmen In dcfencive work. Yale disclosed nothing of Its new formations yesterday. The extreme neat caused a heavy loss of weight, which the players will try to reclaim before the Princeton game. Syracuse Will Bowl. Syracuse University Is having bawl ing alleyu put in its tymnaslum. I MORE THAN CRIMSON VARSITY i iiiim. . l..-x ',lnil(1:.' o"Mnikivr j&RmMJr KTkAt) S0m,mj- Harvard, tho experts say, has prac tically been counted out, though a victory over Yale on November 25 would do much to redeem her. The Crimson lost to Princeton by 8 to 6. while the Indians defeated the sons of John Harvard bv 18 to IS and played superior football. Thero arc few who believe the Crimson can be whipped Into shape to beat Yale, whoso lino on offense and defense has Improved materially In the past few days. Pennsylvania Is not In tho running at all; three signal defeats eliminat ing her from further discussion as a possible champion. Outside the "Big Four." there aro several teams that merit attention. Carlisle, which defeated Harvard, and Army, which defeated Yale, may lay some claim to championship honor, not having themselves suffered defeat this year. The Army, with onlv two Eolnts scored against tt, has made tho est showing of them all. Carlisle, however, has piled up the biggest score 246. Annapolis and Cornell aro also In the undefeated class, and Dartmouth's only defeat was scored by Princeton's jnusual and freak flfeld goal Saturday. PRINCETON'S GOAL IS WITHIN ROLES Famous Football Authority Agrees With Langford's Decision. By WALTER CAMP. NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 13.-The drop kick goal, by means of which Princeton defeated Dartmouth on Sat urday, was one of the most remarkable happenings of the football season. There have .been drop kicks that struck the crossbar and bounded on over; there have been drop kicks that have come down on the bar and then seemed after a moment's hesitation to. decide to roll over; there have been gJals scored by a ball hitting the upright and turning in; there have even been goals scored by a. lucky kick of a bounding ball; but for a ball to go, from a practically missed kick, running along the ground until reaching a proper distance and then from tho purely lnnato perversity of inanimate objects to strike on Its end and then leap up over the cross bar, has until Saturday, In this counu-j at least, so far as I know, been an unheard of ecnt. The rule pi o Ides only that the ball be kicked by any kind of u kick ex cept a punt or klckoff, and then go over the crossbar or over either of its jiosis. n manes no uiiteronce whether It Is touched by an opponent or strikes any other obstruction so long as that Initial kick not bein- touched by one of his kickers' Bldu, which would be off-side gave tho Dall its impetus. Princeton cun cherish the ball that won such a victory as ono with u. history Indeed, and Dartmouth may at least have tho satisfaction of having been defeated In the strangest manner of any team since the Introduction of jkuiiu iuuiuuii iiuo mis country. Vigilant Athletic Club Are to Hear Lecture Harrv Costello, of Georgetown, will give the members of the Vigilant Ath letic Club football squad a blackboard lecture on Interference at Southeast y. M. y A. Building tonight, ir. ;.ter th-S 'ectuie a meeting of the Vigilant Club will be held, at which many "iatteis of Importance will bo tarfen up. All of the members of the meeting81 are ul'Bed t0 aUend t,llB WALT CM SA l-VAMe NOTHMCS ON Some Field Goals Twenty-two Hold goalB were registered in EaBtern football games Saturday, Thorpe, Car lisle's great halfback, topping the list with four to his credit Fol lowing 1b the record: Player and Team. No. Thorpe, Carlisle 4 Shepherd, Maine 3 A. Howe, Yale 2 Nagle, Williams 2 Fogg, Syracuse 2 Brlckley, Harvard, '15 2 Hotlister, Harvard 1 De Witt, Princeton 1 Dalton, Navy 1 Francis, Yale Clough, Wor. P. 1 1 Mann, Springfield T. S 1 Rogers, Dartmouth, '15 1 EXPECTEO TO PLAY Trainer McMasters Says All Will Face Fast Penn State. ANNAPOLIS. Md., Nov. 13,-The critical week In the football season at the Naval Academy begins with today, and the coaches will maKe every effort to round the team Into top fonii by next Saturady, when Penn State Is en countered. Though a run of hard luck hit the backfleld candidates last week, so that Captain Dalton was the only back In his regular position Saturduy against West Virginia, thero Is general satisfaction over tho promise of Trainer McMasters that the men will all be in shape by the middle of the week. Nichols and McReavey will be In prac tice this afternoon, while Leonard, who had a badly sprained ankle, Is promised by Wednesday. Tho Dacklleld bunch has been still further strengthened by the addition of Alexander and Cook, two fast young fellows wno havo done ex cellent work on the fourth class team. Head Coach Howard said that Gl chrlst would be kept at quarter regu larly, as thero was general satisfaction with his work on Saturday, Gilchrist gained ground better than Sowell, Judg ing by the game against West Virginia Saturday, but he has yet to play his new position against a strong team, and his work against Penn State will bo more of a test. Uodes Is going to his old position at fullback, and McReavey, Nichols, Leon ard, and Bates, are nil worthy candi dates for tho halfback position that Is still open. Another big change In the team Is the replacing of Elmer nt left guard by Wakoman. The coaches are not satisfied with Elmer's work. Rain Stops Game At Capital City Park After one touchdown had been regl.s teied by Captain Ollverl, of the Vigilant Athlotlc Club, In Its game ycsteiday with St. Andrew's eleven of Baltimore the storm clouds broke upon Capita-! City aPrk and the gridiron contest lud to be stopped. But four minutes of rlay rod passed when the Vlgllants forced tho ball across their opponents goal line Tho ball was within ten yards of St. Andrew's goal line when the rain Interfered. Hall Stars and Vlgllants' rst team played a game Immediately before the larger teams m"t. The latter eleven was victorious by 5 to 0. The single touchdown came in tho last period. Left Halfback Davis having crossed Vlgllant's line with tho pigskin. Captain Must Be Heady Player In New Football One point about new football as It Is played today Is that tho captain has to pe a heady player. Heretofore he oc cupied a relatively empty honor The quarterback Is the real brnlns of the team, and, therefore, ho should be the captain whenever this la possible. AmCRIPPLSRE I SATURDAY'S GAME OUR LrVUKlbEREb CMlRT AS CHARLOTTESVILLE TEAM IS STRONG Exhibition of Virginia Against Hopkins Shows Smooth, Powerful Combination Sure to Cause Trouble At Georgetown Saturday Seats Sell Fast. By THOMAS Virginia and Georgetown today stort on their Hnal stretch of special prepara tion for their annuv meeting, which will be held at Georgetown Field next Saturday. If there remained any vestige of doubt that Virginia would send h.ere a team not worthy of her ancient rivals, thlu waa nnfli-fl, mmnvMl nt TlalttmOre against Hopkins on Saturday, when tho men of the Old Dominion simply swept Homeward Field, winning by 34 to 0. Hopkins' team had been heralded as the beat that haB ever represented that Institution, but this is rather mislead ing. There aro several teams In the South Atlantic section who could prove their superiority over that Yale and Pennsylvania-coached eleven from Bal timore. Still this cannot dls.ract from the clever showing of Virginia. In this day and generation It Is no small feat to roll up more than thirty points on any representative eleven, but when this is accomplished on a comparatively hot day and by a team refusing to un cover a single play that has been work ed up for the Georgetown game, some Idea of Virginia's work may be realized. Theto wen a number of Gsorgetowu men on hand tc size up the offensive nr.d defensive strength tf tins system Hint has been worked up at Clturlnttef vllle, and the unanimity of opinion was that Vtiglnla has a coiiMldcrauly ttronger team than was generally thought. Tho writer saw Virginia play about thrcj weeks ago, but so marked was the Improvement during the In terim that It would haidlv be recog iil::id as the K.iine outfit. Thine backs rlppefi up llorluti"1' line thicugh the gaping holes made by the linemen; they turned the ends for gains of from three to forty yarJs at a clip, and. withal, offered our.h a fast and stubborn do Tense that Virginia's goal lino was never dangerously approached. In Excellent Condition. Another feature of the Orange and Blue team generally ovoi looked was Its pxcelh rt physical condition. Whllo there woip a few minor Injuries that cuused alight limps. "Pop" Lantgan has brought his charges along In siuh fash Ion that the team will probably trot on to Georgetown Field six days hence lrr perfect shape. Virginia's team Is young In use, and If there were a rule barring fieshmen Virginia would be harder hit than would Georgetown While tho final llno-up has not teen annojnyed or ll-ely to bo known until the tve of tho battle, the Indications now are that Georgetown will havo seven or eight of last vcur's tioven In at the start, which is nioie than Vlrglr.lo will be nble to boast of, Thlfc, In itself, n?y piovt- tne balance which will give the Blue nud Gray tho advantage. It is proverbial at Georgetown that the team always fights hardest against Vir ginia, so it should be a mighty spirited contest, Virginia having asserted Its ability to play aggressively on last Sat urday. Pretty Evenly Matched. If the true weights of tho players were known, It would probably be evident that the teams are pretty well matched In the total amount of beef and brawn, Carter, ut right guard, being ho large that he plays a prominent part In bring ing up Virginia's average. In most po sitions, however, Georgetown will have some advantage. Carter and Todd aro likely to be the most troublesome pair for Georgetown, Big Carter Is at his best on the de fensive, although he ptoved his strength by tearing wide gaps In Hopkins' front and letting his backs plunge through for extended gains. Todd Is a demon In the open Held. Thero are two ways to stop Todd without gains cne Is to stop him before he gets under way and tho other Is to shoot him. Whenever he got loose FINK OLD WIIISKIISS AND WINES AT 1 Call Main 1440. 483 Ptnna.'Avcnue N.W. Kr Delivery NV are aa near la uu a uur leltphon lUKllllfl J ,(1'(IV. " HMMi'Mti.'' ... AM INNPLEttEMT OF VNAvR KIRBY. at Homewood he ran at random and his work was so brilliant that those who were over to seo Virginia will give In structions that Todd Is one who must be watched from tho very beginning to the end of the game. Goodhue, backing up the line, is the life of Virginia's secondary defense. while Gooch, at quarterback, does re markably well In selecting plays and Is one of the best field generals Virginia has had In several years. Captain Wood, nt center. Is tho type of light center who Is all over the field all of the time, smearing pltfys formed without taking Into consideration that a center active enough to leave his position on the defensive Is the most dangerous man any free running style of attack Is likely to meet. Tackling Is Poor. Virginia's tackling Is not of the most approved sort and jtiIS' may prove a drawback agilnst fast Georgetown backs, but with Ham mond Johnson, and Billy Gloth, two admitted masters of defensive tactics, nt Charlottesville for the next week, the tackling will be unquestionably Improved. Secret practice will be In order at Georgetown and Virginia from now until the game. Virginia will work early on Friday, and will reach here In time for a good sleep the night before the game. About twenty play ers will be brought along and on Katurdav the substitutes and about 500 students will arrive here a couple of hours before the game, accompani ed by a band. Mass meetings will bo In order at the several departments of Georgetown during the closing days of the week. The sale of seats opened this morn ing and rather heavy demands are re ported from Spalding's and White's, which are the places where the sales will bo conducted down town. A former Georgetown player wired today that he will bet J600 at 5 to 4. Thus far there have been no takers Only One Indian Is Hurt In Crimson Game CARLISLE. Pa., Nov '.-"Gils-Welch, quarterback for tho Xtcdsklns, was the only aborigine hurt In the Har vard contest. His back was slightly sprained, but he will bo out of the school hospital today. Thorpe, hitherto unrecognized In football except for his marvolous run ning, stiff arm work and punting, earned fresh laurels yesterduy and hal his name substituted for that of Frank Hudson as Carlisle's greatest goal kicker. Thorpe was the personification, of modesty today, when bo disclaimed having do anything very remarkable ut Boton. His swollen ankle, with which he did his counting against Har vard, Is a little better. Contrary to the general belief, he was not taken out of the game injured In the fourtlt. quarter, when itarvaras iresn men were sent In, but was removed becauso he was not needed and his ankle need ed resting, Mike Thompson Will Referee In Big Game ANNAPOLIS, Md.. Nov 13.-The of ficials for the Aimi-Navy game at Phil, adelphla on November Zi will be: llef eiee, Hike Thompson, Georgetown; um plie, Al Shurpe, Yale, Held Judge, Carl Mai shall. Harvard, head linesman, Andy Smith, University of Pennsyl vania. Marlboro Races Steeplechasing and Flat Racing Special Train Race Days. November 13 to IS, 1811 Leaves Union Station, Washington, 12:40 p. in., tunning direct to race track Returning after lart race. Round $1.00 Trip Pennsylvania R. R. T'lUNCETON, N. J Nov. 13.-The Tigers will start today what will prob ably prove to bo their most Important w ek of practice of tho wholo season, only one moro'gamo remains on 'tho I rlnceton schedule, that with Yale. This vo0k. however, will not onjy servo to put on the finishing touches, but will niBuoucr an opportunity for the coaches iv. ueeiQP 10 a greater perfection on the trick -'- that the Jerseymen have ha. up their sleeves for m o than a month. Neither the Dartmouth nor the Har vard game forced the Tigers to show their hand. It was expected that Prince ton would uncork some tricks -in the Harvard contest, but when It waB ablo to score comparatively early In the game It Immediately went on the de fensive and refused to uncover. The c itest with the Green failed to bring out the real strength of the Jersey Ites. A month of secret practice will havo made the Princeton eleven a team which has fine chance of coming out of the fray as victors next Satui d -. Coaches ""Qregor, Cunningham and Roper have shown in the last two big games that they are capable of turning out a good team, although after tho Navy game thl-gs looked dark for Princeton. A strict retirement behind closed gates, however, resulted in Princeton showing a wonderful improvement over its game of the first part ot the season. The line's betterment of Its play was the most marked, simply for the reason that tho forwards had all along been most In need of improve ment. It Is hoped that Farr. the quarter back who was injured Just before tho Navy game, will be able to get out in his togs In time to get ready for the game. He Is badly needed. Farr Is good at catching punts and has all tho requisites of the leader'that the Tigers could use Just now. If ho does not come out. It Is not unlikely that Pendleton will go In at quarter The Tigers will not go away from town until thev havo to this week. They will leave Tiger town for New Haven Friday night, stopping over In New York overnight. Last year they went to Lakewood for three days be fore the game, but this vear thev will omit that part of the program as In advisable. The only trips that the Princeton eleven hnve takun so far were to At lantic City and to Annapolis. After the Yale game it is probable that tho men will be given a short rest to let them recover from the effects of the hardest schedule that Princeton has had for ten years. , Penn State to Meet Middies Next Saturday STATE COLLEGE, Pa., Nov. 13. Penn State is on the home stretch so tar as the 1911 football 'season ni. AVlth Saturday's victory on New Beaver ricipBuinBi uoigaie, (seven gridiron struggles havo been put behind and only two more are scheduled. For eight weeks or more the blue and white play ers have been working, while less than three weeks ahead Is the flnal Thanks giving Day battle with the University of Pittsburgh. Thero has never been any doubt of tha strength of State's line with Clarke at center; Behout, Hansen. McVean, and Goedecho at guards: Harlow and Engle at tackles; Captain Very, Johnson, and Wilson at ends form a combination which win remain Intact until the Pitts burgh game. Next Saturday the State team play! Navy, at Annapolis. During the last week the coaches hav been developing the offense greatly. Nfl new plays will be added until the faulti which have cropped out In tho old for mations have been perfected. Ed Wood, the speedy end of the 19iX team. Joined the coaching staff on Wednesday, nnd Is expected to remain with the team for a week. Lafayette Gets Ready For Uehigh Struggle E ASTON, Pa., Nov. 14.-Lafayette hai but two games left on Its schedule. Tin first of these Is the annual strugglt with Lehigh, which Is two weeks off This game is looked forward to eat year as Lafayette's most important game. To be beaten by the Indians !i one thing and to be beaten bj Lehlgf Is another. The students of Lafayette woul rather see the team lose any otl" i game on the schedule than the Lehl,V contest. Lafayette has two full weeli In which to prepare for thUi Important oontest, and a great deitl should l accomplished before Lafayette Joumej, to South Bethlehem. JWHWWHiHi! H r'Hlli'liMlii1. illnliiiHi IIMH mellow citizens Though tho Sphinx hasn't spok en yet THC SPHINX HAT Derby JU Soft SlU'llItM li'nr Ilkdr. Once worn by you, vou'U win P no omer. ADOLPHE BflER & SONS Th Popular Store 3128 M Street N. W. bouiu aide r street. K miUkifrmietawjsyayaxuxxas RACES Ladies Day Today ALL, LADIES FREE I MAHLBOHO'