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, Those for Baseball, Basketball, and Track Teams Must
Be Chosen in Near Future Hilltop Expects a
Hard Game Today.
The question of coaches for the
basketball, track and baseball teams
-n 111 probably be taken up tomorrow
.with the athletic board at Georgetown,
according to Graduate Manager Vln-
t cent Dalley. There seems to be little
probability that a selection will be made
at this time there Is no Immediate
need for any of the men at present.
The athletic board will talk over the
situation. No definite announcement Is
expected although the selections will
ly be made and ratified within a
month. Owing to the fact that the
athletics of the university are under tho
supervision of one person this ear It
Is more than likely that some member of
the alumni may be persuaded to take
up the coaching as It Is understood
that graduate system of coaching will
be In vogue, following tho football
policy adopted this fall.
Several men have been mentioned for
the position as basketball, coach, Col
linower, former Georgetown basket
iii ..ni.in tiinfr talked of In connec
tlon lth the team. For the baseball
tram. Dick Harley has been spoken of.
The selection of a possible candidate
for track coach has not been mention
ed. There seems to be a chance that
this Job too, will be tendered an alum-
No appointments have been made,
however, and the matter hos as vet
l t been made the subject of dls
riiMlon between the members of the
athletic board. The cases will be talk
ed over for the first time tomorrow
when the names of many candidates
for the three positions will be looked
Georgetown Is meeting Washington
and Iiee thts afternoon, the game being
called at 3:30 o'clock. While the Dlue
and Gray Is at the Hilltop a second
team is engaging In a game with the
Richmond Blues at Richmond, tho team
tnat limy Bincruing in tuutuiiig,
That vasningion ana i-u b to uuvu
a capable eloven goes almost without
saying. The team Is bound to give
Georgetown a harder game than either
Randolph-Macon or Mt. Bt. Mary's, and
should put the Blue and Gray In fine
fettle for -the game with Carolina A.
and M. on Thursday next at Raleigh.
r-trhv. who Is starting at right end
today, has earned his position on the
team like Murray, by consistent plug
ging. Attention to details and the dis
play of a willingness at al times, which
TEST FOR MIDDIES
COMES IN LEHIGH
Navy Coaches, Taking No
Chances, Will Send in
ANNAPOLIS. Md., Oct. 12. Today's
clash between Lehigh and tho lsayy
Is expected to be a real test of the
ability of the sailors ut the newest
tylo of football, and tha coaches
here have decided to send In a ieay
back field at the start of the contest.
The line-up follows: Ralston, left
end: Kennedy, loft tackle; Howe, loft
rtfftrH. ImrraMj PAtltAr! TlrOWn. r'gm.
guard; Latlmore. right tackle:MIUr,
right end; Gilchrist, quarterback;
Captain llodes, left halfback: Bates,
right halfback; 'Alexander, fullback.
Lehigh spent tho .night In Baltl
mroe, coming here this morning ready
for Its best game. At the last mo
ment, Whitney, a promising candi
date for the back field, has been
dropped from the siiund for failure
to keep in condition.
stamps him as one of the best ends on
Georgetown Field or In the South for
that matter. He Is bound to be heard
from later on, and Is making a great
fight for the position against Bergen, an
all-Bouth Atlantic selection pf last sea
son. Murray, too. Is working hard, and is
a fast little man, a capable line plunger,
and affords his runner excellent Inter
ference. Murray has supplanted Fury
In the halfback position, but there are
those who say that Fury will be In the
game with a vengeance as soon as cold
weather turns up. Fury Is a cold
weather player, and never has showed
form until the middle of tho season,
when he nas generally tome Into his
Business was scheduled with the Ca
thedral School today, but was forced
to asl. for a postponement until Monday,
when It will meet tho Cathedral team
at satterlee Field. While Business will
probably greatly outnclgh Cathedral,
the Blue and White will make up In
speed and all-round aggressiveness
what it lacka In weight.
dallaudct and M. A. C. will proba
bly bite off more than they can chew
on the games this afternoon as both
teams are meeting more than worthy
opponents, llopklnx should win as
well as V. M. I. Gallaudet Is taking
on a tough customer In the Lexing
ton team while Hopkins In Its first
performance against a green Nay
cloven showed great strength.
All of the colleges are taking on
harder games this week than last and
scores tc night are llablo to cause
many surprises. It Is expected that
more definite Ideas of the strength
of tho various elevens can be gleaned
after the day's games have been
chalked ip. with the exception of the
Georgetown - Washington and Lee
game the biggest game In point of
Interest Is that nt tho Naval Acad
omy whero tho Navy Is meeting Lc
Mch. Last week J'rtnceton defeated
Lehigh 3S to 0 and Navy has yet to
make a creditable performance, nai
rowly averting a defeat at the hanOs
of Johns Hopkins.
Syracuse and Carlisle, Yale and Ld
faete, Bwarthmore and. Penn, and
Harvard and Williams aro meeting to
day and while there should be several
good games recorded It Is doubtful
If either Yalo or Harvard will have
a walkaway match of it. Princeton,
which is meeting Virginia 1'oiyiecn
nla Institute, Is likely to make a
large sccre as V P. I. is not reputed
to lie strong this season, liranch Ho.
cock Is again at the head of the
WALLER WILL PLAY
Good Work in Practice Is
Rewarded by Tiger
TOJTNOETON. N. J.. Oct. 11 In to
day's contest with Virginia Polytchnla
Institute, "Tubby" Wallker makes his
debut as a arslty back with the Tigers
mil lr his work In practice offers any
suggestion, he should be a success. The
Southerners aro reputed to have a
powerful defense, something needed to
stop the flying backfield of tho Tigers
The attack of tho visitors should show
tha coaches here the weaknesses of tho
forwards and prove of benefit for the
lemalndcr of the season.
Baker gets his Initial trial at quarter
balk with the varsity and much de
nni nnnn It . If he falls. Cant. Pendle
ton will go back to his old position as
general of the team. Pendleton, how
ex er, will not play throughout the game
today, the coaches not caring to oxer-
THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY,
for Three Teams Must Be Chosen in Next Fefo . Weeks
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BEST AT LAUREL
TRACK COME OUT
Chevy Chase Steeplechase
and All-Ages Handicap
A rich Saturday card Is In order this
afternoon at Laurel with the ILS00
Chevy Chase Steeplechase and an all
ages handicap. as features. The fields
are large throughout and bring out the
best material at the track.
The curtain raiser Is a six-furlong
dash for two-year-olds. This seems to
be a aoft spat for Paris Queen. wMlch
ran such a good second to Coy on
Wednesday. The contention should lie
between Henpeck and Grosvenor.
A big bunch of speedy ones Is carded
In the second race, and with the weight
adjustments the picking will be very
difficult. Rlghteasy figures good here.
The mare ran a cracking good race
last Saturday, beating such a clever
one as Housemaid. That race should
give her the preference today. Of the
others Perthshire looks very tempting.
Tho colt showed up In good form Wed
nesday, and was Just nosed out by
Superstition for the third place with a
fast field. Including Azylade, behind
him. If Isabel Is ready she will be
Tho third race should be strictly be
tween Sprite and Froglegs. Tho (Illy
has the most early speed, and may
last long enough to beat the Schorr
colt, which will be coming at the end.
Chevy Chase Steeplechase.
The Welkin takes up 165 pounds In
the Chevy Chase Steeplechase, but If
Colonel Parr's grand mare Is nt and
ready her class will make her win
t-ere. Idle Michael and Gun Cotton
should fight Mt out for the place.
Dr. Ducnner figures the winner In the
all-nges handicap. He has been going
at his best In his last races, and it
does not look as If thTo Is anything
tq carry him along today In the early
stages. Cliff Edge and O. M. Miller
may be the contenders.
A big field of ordinary platers Is en
tered In tho sixth race, and It Is hard
to single out a winner. Henry Hutch
inson may be good enough to win here,
but he will have plenty of contention.
Tmv Welnht and Muff will go well.
Bonnie Elolsc, too, muy have a look
i'or the last race of the day, old Su
perstition figures very good. Wcdnes
V... v.. mniin his first start at this
track, and ran third In o fast field. He
Just needed that race, and today with
nothing to make such a hot early pat
asshe was up against Wednesday ho
should win from start to finish. Wolf
erton and Amain may be tho contend-
6 Decidedly the feature of yesterday's
racing was the meeting between
Lcocharcs, Frederick L , and Rock
View, three of the best two-j car-olds
., ...ilninir Frederick L. went to the
post tho favorite, but he finished behind
4tno oincr inui ucaisii bh"""i -
mThe 'winner, AugUBt Belmont's Rock
View, was second choice In the market,
the wise fellows figuring that Leochares
was not quite keyed up. As the race
was run It is not qulto certain thit
Rock View Is the better colt. Lcocharcs
closed with a rush at the end and with
clearer sailing might have won. At any
rate, tho publlo will ask for another
meeting between these two before de
ciding the question. Frederick L.
seems to be eliminated.
Victory No Surprise.
Rock View's vltitory was no surprise.
to the, Insiders Tho colt had worked
five-eighths over tho deep, sandy track
at Bennlng in 1.01 and a nan in ons.
Th little bunch of horsemen who are
training at tho Washington track were
down to a man on the Belmont colt.
The winner is a typical hock sana,
not overly large, but compact and with
quality In evcrv line. It will be remem
bered that Rock View won tho Nursery
at rimllco this spring.
ColonPl Tom McDowell showed up a
rather clexer two-year-old In Chinook,
which ran second in the opening event.
The colt displayed a high turn of speed,
and If he had not been raced to death
111 an attempt to kill off Insurance Man,
might have won. As it "was. Ralph
Lloyd came along and nipped him.
ON TODAY'S CARD
A FINE ART ...
Gridiron Games Today
W. & L. at Georgetown.
Gallaudet at V. M. I.
Hampden Sidney at Virginia.
Catholto University at Elllcott City.
I.afayctle at Yale.
Williams at Harvard.
V. p. I. at Princeton.
8warthmore at Pennsylvania.
New York at Cornell.
Lehigh nt Annapolis.
Rutgers at West Point.
Carlisle at Syracuse. ,
Wesleian at Brown. I
Hobart at Colgate.
Bowdoln at Trinity.
W. & J. at Penn. flute.
Buckncll at Pittsburgh.
Springfield at Amherst.
Stevens at Haverford.
Gettysburg at Urslnus.
Vermont at Dartmouth.
M. A U. at Johnson Hopkins.
Albright at F. and M.
Washington College at Western Mary
land. Westminster at West Virginia.
Wake Forest at North Carolina.
Michigan Aggies at Michigan.
SPECIAL MATCH AT
Walter J. Travis Gaining on
Competitors for Golf
Semi-finals and finals in the annual
fall golf tournament of the Colombia
Country Club Is scheduled for today, to
gether w"Tth a special eighteen hole
medal play competition.
With the completion of the second
day's play In the annual fall tourna
ment of the Columbia Country Club on
the links at Chevy Chase yesterday,
Walter J. Travis, former national cham
pion, gained a firmer foothold on the
leadership in the list of probable win
ners, showing form regarded as suf
ficiently Impressive to land the coveted
honors. In the morning round ho found
a rather easy victim In II. C. Chamber
lain, of Columbuvovlnnlng by 6 up and
four to play. Chambehlaln appeared
to realize that he was matched with an
artist, his unsteadiness, coupled with
numerous breaks In luck, practically
putting him out of the running In tho
V. L. Hodges, A. Mattlngly, and J.
W. Brawner, of Columbia Country Club;
Robert weir, or wiimingion; w. tuck.
erman, of Chevy Chase; Garfield Scott,
of Philadelphia, were the other winners
In the morning round. Considerable In
terest was manifested In the outcome of
tho match between Edward J. Eynon,
Jr., and A. Mattlngly, both of Colum
bia. Gridiron Gossip.
Princeton made ninety-six yards In
four forward passes against Lehigh.
Fordham opens her first football sea
son In three years with a victory. .
Wendell, Hanard's captain, tumbled
Just as ho was going over the line In
the Holy Cross game.
Piobst, captain of the Syracuse eleven,
looks like a prominent candidate for
the Ail-American tackle position.
Tlynn. Yale's new find for fullback,
stands six feet three Inches, weighs 11X
pounds, and makes a streak of lightning
Gilchrist, Navy's crack quarterback. Is
proving a good man to carry the ball.
He made the Sailors' only score against
Jouidct, Penn's veteran right end. Is
the first player to be banished from a
game this season for "ungcntlemanly
Lafayette Is priming Its eleven to
hand Yalo a surprise Saturday and
graduates from everywhere will attend
It to see a possible victory.
"By" Dickson. Bucknell's coach. Is
finding trouble by the large size of his
varsity squad. He cannot five the In
dividuals enough attention.
Tommy Todd, Virginia's captain, nas
not been prominent yet nt Charlottes
ville because of Injuries, but great
things are expected of him later.
OCTOBER 12, 1912.
Defeats Chesley on Courts in
Final Round of Men's
Drawings for the doubles In the an
nual fall tennis tournament of the Y.
M. C. A. will be made today Immediate
ly after the completion of the matches
in tne consolation singles, r, u. unt
coll defeated A. M, Chesley In the final
round of the singles. This match was
one the best contested of the singles.
Drlscoll waxed weak early In the fourtn
ret, but with the score 6 to 2 against
him, he rallied, and won five straight
games, taking the match by 7 to
Drlscoll will now meet Charles T.
Chapman, the present champion of the
Y. M. C. A., who was runner-up In
the District tournament this year, hav
ing been defeated by Gordon In tho
The tournament has been a very suc
cessful one and disclosed the fact that
a large number of the members are de
veloping Into real tennis players. A
summary of the results In singles fol
To Be Issued rSingly
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. U.-In a
statement Issued yesterday to the Yale
alumni desiring tickets for the Yale-
Harvard football game to be played In
this city on November 23 Everard
Thompson manager of the ticket depart
ment, announced that those who wero
desirous of seeing the game without fall
should apply for one ticket only, an
those applying for two tickets would not
be allotted any.
In order to soften as much as possible
tho hardships of the single ticket allot
ment it has been decided to allow not
more than two applicants for a single,
ticket, each to pin their applications
together. The tickets on these appli
cation's will then be alloted together.
Opposes Rock Hill
With probably the heaviest team
that has ever represented tho Catho
lic University, Coaches McDevItt and
Oreer are today In Elllcott City -to
meet tho Rock Hill College eleven.
T,he players with the Brooklnnd team
Left end. Lynch; left tackle, Maglll;
left guard, Boyle; center, Clarke;
right guard. U. Kelly; right tackle,
Derby; right end. Swift; quarterback,
Clancy; left halfback, McCarthy;
right halfback, Captain Blewltt; full
Indians vs. Syracuse.
SYACUSE. N. Y., Oct. 12. Carlisle
hones to reverse last year's victory
here today over the Syracuse eleven.
ti,. Tnriinn forwards have taken a de
cided brace during the past week, and
this Is expected to prove of considerable
aid to the speedy backfield.
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SHOULD TEST PENN
Veteran Eleven in Superb Condition Opposes Quakers,
Who Have Many Star Players on Hospital List.
Expect Hard Fought Game.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Oct 12.
Handlcapp.d by having many regulars
oa the Injured list, Penn meets the pow
erful Bwarthmore eleven- today at
Franklin Field In what should be a
gruelling contest. Bwarthmore's work
this season shows almost equal strength
as that of the Quakers and the victory
should be well-earned for either eleven.,
Crane, Uie former Lafayette star, will
not play for Penn. owing to an Injured
ankle. Harrington's weak shoulder
keeps him out of the lineup. Dillon's
ankle precludes his appearance.
Swartmore has a veteran eleven, ev
ery man out Aioerison, tne guara, uo
tng a player of at least two years' ex
perience. The line Is as big and stronj
as that of the Quakers, while the back
field Is well-balanced, and has one of
the best kickers in the East In Clime.
For three games Pennsyhanla's varsity
has kept her oal line uncrossed, while
her speedy quartet of backs have plied
up a total of eighty-six tallies.
A good beginning does not always
mean a good ending, but the Red and
Blue team has been showing unques
tionable strength and unless misfortune
overtakes the men In the shape of In
juries, it Is sure to win most of Its big
games. The coaches have been rather
more rortunate man iney nave oeen in
past seasons. Injuries are playing but
a small part In the practices so far this
ear. while several men who have been
held down by studies, are eligible to
Chief among these is Aggie Hellman.
the big halfback of the 1909 team. He
reported last Thursday and Is now be
Inr used In scrimmage practice. Har
rington sustained an Injury to his
shoulder In the Dickinson game last
Saturday, and has been worked care
fully this week. A few extra pads
should enable him to play against
Mike Murphy Back.
To the great delight of the coaches
and plaers, Mike Murphy made his
return to Franklin Field last Thursday.
He is far from hardy looking, but his
sojurn to New England put him In
better spirits. Mike is Intensely pleased
with the work of the team. "All they
need," he sas, "Is a couple of big fel
lows In the center of the line to ab
sorb th shocks." From the way Greene
and MacNaughton have been Hilling
the guard positions, however. It seems
that the big fellows whom Mike longs
for, are already there.. Journeay Is con.
tinning to shine at left tackle, while
Jack Dillon la steadily supresslng all
new candidates for the right tackle po
sition. Jourdet, Young. Minds. Mar
shall, and Mercer are keeping up their
effective work. Marshall Is partlcuarly
pleasing. His generalship and Individ
ual running improve weekly.
All goes smoothly In the coaching de
partment. Gaston and Wblferth have
not missed a day on the Held, while
Jack Hedges Is giving Ins Invaluable
tstructlons to the ends every afternoon.
Andy Smith has full charge of the
hackH( and their record this year speaks
louder In his praise than words pos.
,ihiv Dmitri nfri stars dron in almost
dally to help out with the work. Joe
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do not properly perform their orle, and an unhealthy accumulation
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WE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO ATLANTA, GA.
McCracken has full charge of, the
scrub, while Ed Thayer discharges
the duties of cofceh for the'klcker. Bob
Torrey. Hunter Scarlett, Morris, Crooks,
Hutchinson. Coombs, and Frets havo
all been on the field within the past
George Brook's SwarthmoYe team is
the-black cloud on Penn's horlxon.at
present. If the Red and Blue weathers
that storm without springing a leak
In the scored-on column. It will be time
for Coach Smith to draw a long breath.
Philbin Earns' Place
In Yale's Backfield
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Oct. 12.-Pbil-btn
will start today's gamo against La
fayette at left halfback, a reward for
his failure to fumble during the prac
tice scrimmages of the last two days.
Overcoming this weakness, Phllbln is
one of the best backs In the game and
the coaches think he will shine in to
day's contest. The other back will be
Captain Spalding and "Lefty" Flynn.
Yale will have Its strongest eleven on
the field, though Bomelstcr and Cor
nish are out with Injuries.
Lafajette has a strong team and is
firimed for the clash with the Ells, hoP
ng to win Its first game here.
HANOVER, N. H.. Oct. U.-Th
husky Vermont eleven In expected to
give Dartmouth Its first real test of
the season today here. Last year the
Green won 12 to 0 and every "effort to
day will be made to better that score.
Dartmouth has rested for three days
In order to be In the best of shape for
Eleventh-hour shifts have been made
'n the Green team, Englehorn takes
Rector's place at tackle. Uarends, wrho
has been '"- " ti'tle. starts at
nd Beer takes Hlnman's place
Cornell's Varsity Is
Ready for New York
ITHA.CA, N. ,Y., Oct 12. So decided
has been the Improvement of the
varsity practice hero during the Ust
few days that Cornell expects to win
from New York University by a com
fortable margin. However, many of
Cornell's best men cannot p)ay because
of poor physical condition, among them
being Captain Butler, O'Conner, Whyte.
WEST POINT, N. Y., Oct.' 12.-Th
Army looks for a victory today over
Rutgers, although several of the strong
ext players will be absent from the
soldier eleven. Herrlck, the big guard,
will not play because of his weak ankle.
Kc)es, Just discharged from the hos
pital, was out yesterday In togs, but
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