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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1912.
Georgetown lakes on Virginia Poly tech Institute in Final Football Battle of Season
VIRGINIA POLYTECH
NSTITUTE FACES
Spirit of Unrest Reigns To
day on the Hill
' I Top.
WET FIELD MAY
HAMPER TEAMS
Visitors Confident That Eleven Will
Make Big Showing
;jt!' j Here.
Today's Line-up
Georgetown. V. P. I.
Xartla L. E. ...... .Taylor
White, L. T Barrnii
Morlarty L. G Moore
Bitch Center Brans
Mnllaaey R. G.... Whitehead
Hegarty K. T. Pick
Benin It. E Huddell
Cottello Q. B. Bodgers
Kelly.... L. H Hodgson
Fury B. H. Legge
Dunn F. B Tannter
By BRYAN HORSE.
After four years of waiting, Virginia
Polytechnic Institute, from Blackaburg,
Va., will attempt to lower tho coldrs of
the Blue and Gray football team at the
Hilltop today In tho last big football
classic of the season. Adverse weather
conditions will not servo to dampen tho
spirits of tho Virginia cadets, who came
up 400 strong this morning to see Branch
Uocock'g eleven try conclusions with the
South Atlantic champions.
There Is a spirit of unrest on tho Hill
top. The team which has beaten down
Carolina A. and M , defeated Washing
ton and Lee, swamped North Carolina,
and literally walked off with Washing
ton College, Randolph-Maion and suf
fered but one defeat, at the hands of
the Carlisle Indians, for the Urst time
this season Is not sure of lctory.
It has become an open secret at the
Hilltop that practice has not been of the
best, and that many of the plajera aro
not In the best of plijulcul condition.
Added to this, a wet Meld Is thought to
be a disadvantage to the Blue and Gray
players. No predictions liatc been made
on the outcome of the gume, as Bocock
always has had a good team and
Georgetown well rememberx Its last ap
pearance tho game against Virginia,
which was won by the narrow margin
of a drop kick.
Even With Rivals.
The Techs rcallio that this Is their
one opportunity to cen up with their
old rivals, and while the past record of
tho Blacksburg eleven Is not ono that
could be called successful, they aro
pointing to the Princeton game and thtt
of last Saturday to show that the team
Is strong both on oCCcnsc and defense.
Bocock's eleven will be well coached
as aU of Bocock's teams In the past
have been. The team will be well
grounded In rudiments, has some ex
ceptionally good defensive men and Is
bound to show it spirit of willingness
at all times which Is sure to bo a
levelatlon.
None of tho V. P. I. rooters display a
tendency to boast of the teiiu't. piow
ess, but all speak (.onlld'Milly that fie
team will bo ublo to come through
with a victory In this It; supremo it
fort. It Is admitted thtt tho Ulacks
burg team does not posjisi tho Indi
vidual stars that tho Illuo and CIray
beasts of, but team plav, consistently
hard effort, will show the team to be
able to romo through with a great
performance which miy turn the tide
of victory In favor of tho Maioon ani
Geld,
Taking Last Step.
Georgetown In looking to todav's
game us tho last step on the ladder
to tho South Atl intlo championship.
Not a gamo with miy of the Institu
tions In this part of th; country hai
been lost and no contest that the Blue
and Gray hus won from tho South
Atlantic teams has been close save the
Vitglnla game.
Confident that the team will ba able
to make an even better showing than
Virginia, V. p I. is expecting to catch
tho Blue and Clruv agtln olf Its guard
and Is looking foiwanl to clucking
the Blue and Gray fiom tho sturt of
the game.
The teams will welsh about the same,
V. P. I. being u trifle heavier If any
thing. The margin In favor of Vir
ginia eleven Is nothing that will show
to advantage, whlln aeotgetown Is ex
pecting Its llghttilnt,- backlight, with
1-oley. Jury and Dunn, und the won
derful Costelli), to turn the trick.
Today's gamo will bo the last for
several of the Illm and firuy players.
Captain Hegatty finishes out his foot
ball career toilat. whli, ivnnn. rn,
and White will he seen for the Inst
lime in n ijiuc and uray football suit.
Despite the snow of last night
Georgetown Klcld Is in good shape
for tho game, a.eordlng to Dap
Dalley, whu hnH had a lurtrc force at
vvork on the stands all morning making-
reudv for the crowd. The gild
Iron Is bird and unaffected bv tho
wet weather while the stands will ho
dry and ready bj the time the gumo
Sub in Line-up Bring
Down Georgetown Weight
Substitutes In tho Georgetown llnc-up
tend to bring down the uveragc weight
of tho team which will faco Virginia
Polytechnic Institute todaj. Tho team
Mill bp lighter thin tho ono which
faced Virginia In the big gumo ut tho
Hilltop.
Tho uverages follow :
GEORGETOWN SQUAD
?5.TC' I'onlllon Wst. AKc.'n
Martin e. us J9 j
CampuMl p si a
white t. m 31 2
Barron , g, u0 2l i
Mji'lancy g. 179 so 2
S'tcli c. iso ) i
Fetretz c. ISO 20 2
Morlurlty , g. j;j !
Marty t. 1S7 24 3
Jrgm p. im n, 3
tello n M .:. 3
fury h. iv. 22 3
gunn f. its 21 2
y h. IV 21 2
Kelly h i;i 20 1
Van Dyne f. 173 20 1
C. U. ELEVEN AND
1T.ST.iME
PR1WEDF0RBATTLE
Nether Team Has Had Much
Success Durng Pres
ent Season.
Mt. fit. Mary's, the football team
from Emmittsburg, Md , coached by
the famous Mike Thompson, l well
primed to meet Catholic University to
day In what hu been looked forward
to as one of the hardeat games of the
year at Brookland.
Neither Mt. fit. Mary'a nor Catholic
Unlveralty have had what might be
termed successful seasons. Both eleveni
for the greater number of games on
tho schedule have met teams outwolgh-
Injr them.
HO
loth coaches have had their teams
pointed for today's game, and expect
to land a victory. Catholic Unlversltv
will have sevoraf players In the line-up
who have been out with Injuries for
some time. Captain Blewett Is looked
upon as being able to carry the bur
den of the defense work for C. U.
Mt St. Mary's played hero before this
season, putting up a crcdltablo game
against Georgetown University. The
team la a heavy one, and ahlfty. Many
good playa aro used by Mlko Thomp
son's charges, and the team Is well
versed In rudiments.
The gamo la scheduled to start at S
o'clock.
FEW PLAYERS CAN
KEEP UP BATTING
Star Hitters Are Unable to Maintain Pace Set for Consecu
tive Seasons Only Three Men in American League
Repeat Good Work of 191 1.
Have you ever atopped to think how
few players lead the batters In their
respective positions for two season.
Only three players who were topnotch
ers In batting In their places In the
American League In 1191 again led last
season. They were Tyrus Cobb, who
led the league In batting; Joo Jackson,
of the Naps, and Frank Baker, the Ath
letics' star thlrd-sacker. These wero the
only ones, who topped their position
twice.
The uncertainty of baseball Is shown
In these figure's. Not that tho players
who topped the batters In their posi
tions aro the best In tho league, as
there are several plavers In tho Ameri
can League, outside of these, who are
better than the leading batters. But thU
was the best batting team In the league
during the 191J campaign. One plalcr
who topped the swatters In his position
In 1911, was not even In tho league the
last campaign.
Shortstops Are Weak.
Among the nine positions there Is only
ono In which the leader has failed to
hit .300. That was tho shortstops' place.
Norman Klbcrfeld, who has since de
parted to the minors, was the leading
hitter at short in 1511 with ,m. whllo
Charley Wagner, the captain und star
of the Red Sox topped tho hitters In
that position last season where the bat
ters failed to blngle In tho select circle.
"Scoops" Borton, tho star first Backer
of tho Whlto Hoxwho Is picked by
many to be one of the leading first
Backers In the national pastlmo next
season, was the star hitter among the
nrst Backers In 1912. Ho batted .371 In
the latter part of the season. Jack Mc
Innls, of the Athletics, the smallest Init
TO PUT UP MONEY
Stringent Order at Annapolis
Ends Time-Honored
Custom There.
ANNAroi.lS, Md , Nov. 23 -Tho long
standing custom of betting a conaiaer
ablo sum on tho oulcomo of tho Army
Nuvy football gamo, thu Midshipmen
nmi cadets ralslinr tho rcBPCctlvo stakes,
haH Kicn ended through tho action of
Superintendent Gibbons. A stringent
order has been li-sued by the superin
tendent calling tiltentlon to the fact that
the practice Is absolutely forbidden by
Vnv.nl Academv regulations.
There has been little secrecy over 111"
fact that a 1 ons'di rablc pool has beon
iiilscd by the two student bodies in
former ears. tho amount generally cx
(cndlnir ti.OiiO. This Iihh alwavs been
wagered on even terms, no matter what
the uctual spoitlng odds appeared to be.
Comment has often been made over
tho fact that no stand was tngin
uealnst the custom by tho Academy au
thorities, hut this car Superintendent
(itbbonc lias taken steps to nbsolutely
prevent 11.
V. P. I. Team Heavier
Than Blue and Gray
Vlrsinln Polytechnic will stack un
heavier than tho llluo and Gray team In
Its battle todu. The Ulaiksburg eleven
hus a slight advantage In weight In the
line, xjio uverages lonovv;
CADETS FORBIDDEN
ON FOOTBALL GAME
Years
Name Position, wt. Age on team.
Whitehead, c liJi 19 1
Huddle, c 150 19 1
Burrus,, t 187 21 4
Moore, g 1M 19
Kvans, c 117 '21 2
Pick, g 1 21 S
Kchnlz. t 1M 211 z
Tavlor, e 150 18 1
Maglll, 0 lbri 2J 1
Itogfis, i 156 Jl 2
llodgsoi. h 159 22 4
Vawter. f IKS 2.1 2
Legge. h 1" 19 3
1'arrlsh, h 171 21 1
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ial station guardian In baseball, led In
1911 with .321.
Carl Cashlon, the pitcher for tho Na
tionals, whom Clark Griffith tried to con.
vert Into an outfielder at the start of
last season, led tho hurlers In 1911 with
a great batting mark of .XM. Joo Wood
was the lender last season with .'J90,
which Is a very creditable mark for u
pitcher, who takes part In about forty
games.
That tho best players In the, Icaguo
are not alwavs tho best In the position
Is shown In the catchers. Oscar Stan
age, of the Tigers, the best mask and
pad man In 'he junior league, never
came close to hitting well. Jack Lapp
led In 1911, while Ted Knsterl), who
played half the scuson with the Naps
and the other half with the Wh'to Sox,
topped tho stickers In 491.'. Both bat
ted abovo this .300 mark by u goodly
margin, but would not lie picked on tho
all-star team of the A. L
Second Seekers There.
Two great players, und no one will
clncy It, were tho leading batters among
the second basemen In the past two tea
sons. Hddlc Collins, of tho Athletics,
had a great year In 1911, and was first
with ,3CS, while Napoleon Lajolo was
the king pin batter of tho plvnt station
guardians the last season, with a hefty
notch of .ZiS It's hard to pick the bit
ter of these two, as they aro both stars
of the first magnitude.
Tho hardest hitting teams In tho last
two jears:
in: ret. Position I5ii. ivt
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iiorion 3.1. .unt Dine .Mclnnu .. .l.'l
1-aJolr MS .S-iTimJ lmt.('illlin is.-,
lukrr. 317. .1 MM tins, linker Oil
Waxner :74..rhruiop... nityrrdl , .:;
Jone i A.r!l ncM .. Mclnljro , .3.M
Cubb 410 .1 ntr field t'ohb 410
Jackson.... 3W.. Hlght Held. Jackson ... .I'll
Averafi .340
Average ,349
MARYLAND TITLE IS
TO BE DETERMINED
BY TODAY'S BATTLE
St. John's Meets Washington
At Baltimore for
Final Honors.
Washington. Positions. St. Johns.
Iwl'; I- K. Welch
Gamut. L. T Woodward
Meredith I, G Sclby
Long Center Dryden
uavi 11. u MCNUtt
Wilkinson H. T Broadwater
'tSn " K Cluudo
Mcekln JB Clarko
Hninhum L. I! U Wilson
How en K. 11. rj Clavton
Blddle F. B ..Mcdlon
Tlmcs-2 30 p in. Iteferco-Thorn,
Haverford. Umpire Maxwell, Swnrth
more. Heud linesman Baylor, Hopkins.
BALTIMORK. Md , Nov. 28 The
Maryland Mate football tltln will bo de
cided today at Oriole Park, when tho
St. John's team, of Annapolis, collides
with Washington College, or Chester
town. They are evenly irateied, and
each Is e-onfldont i,f winning.
Both elevens hnvo clean slates with
Stato teams Waihlmuon Ins pluvtil a
tie name with Rock Hill .in. I reuii.tr,., .1
a victory over Western Maryland, tho
conqueror of Johns Hopkins, 8t. John's
has defeated Maryland Angles nnd
Johns Hopkins.
The forwurd pass Is xMt ted tc llguto
prominently In St. John's woik today
At this stylo of Play tho Anmirolls
team has been particularly successful all
season.
Vir. Pol. Inst. Record. ,
T. P. I 10; Wllllum and Mary, 0.
V. P. I, 43 Itamlolph-Macon, 0.
V. P. In 10; Hampdcu-Sldner, 0.
V. P. L, 0; Princeton, 31.
V. P. L, 6 Wash, and Lee, SO.
V. P. In 88 1 Xorth Carolina, 0.
T. P. I, 41; Meet Vlr. Unh, 0.
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MAKING FINAL TRY
TO WIN A
V. M. I. Favorite for Today's
Football Game in
Baltimore.
PROBABLE LINE-UP.
Hopkins. 1'osltlons.
L-iMutte I, i:
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V. M. I.
.... Lowery
Youell
.... Beusliy
1, I'.tttirson
.... Gulterlz
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Ilrnnham I,. II....
IiJgle) It. II
G. l'emilman 1 II....
Time 3 p. 111. lteferee Mnffatt,
Princeton. Umpire Harrison, St. John's.
Head linesman Jackson or Mayser.
Yule.
BALTI.MOHE, Md.. Nov. 2S -Johns
Hopkins makes Its final attempt today
to vein u victory on tho gridiron, huvlng
been beutcn In every contest this sea
son. Virginia Military Institute Is the
favorite, but the local tloven Is prepared
to put up a hard light. This Is the
first appearance of V, M. I. In this city,
and there Is considerable Interest In tho
visiting tium.
V. M. I. has plnjcd good and bad
football this season, and Johns Hopkins
Is hoping that toda poor football will
bo shown by the Virginians.
Today's Games And
Last Year's Scores
Penn vs. Cornell, at Philadel
phia -1- 9
Lehigh vs. V. and M., at Lan
caster S- 0
Lafavctto vs. Dickinson, at Has
ten 6- 0
Pvnn Stato vs. Pittsburgh, at
Pittsburgh ....: 3-0
Indians vs. Brown, at Provi
dence IS-
Buckncll vs. W. and J. at Wash
ington - -,.
Urslnus vh Muhlenberg, nt A!
lentown Johns Hopkins vs. Virginia Mili
tary Institute, ut Ualtlmorc.. ....,
Georgetown vs. Virginia Poly
technic, at Washington
St. John's vs. Washington Col
lege, at Baltimore 0-11
W. nnd L. vs. N. C. A. & M., at
Norfolk 3-15
Catholic U. vs. Mt. St. Mary's,
at Washington 8- 3
Allegheny vs. Grovo C at Mead
vlllc 3-H
Vandcrbllt vs. IT. of South, nt
Nashvlllo SI- 0
U, of West Virginia vs. Uenlson,
at Kalrmount 3-D
Notro Damo vs. Mamuottc, at
Milwaukee 0- 0
Cincinnati vs. Miami, at Cincin
nati 11- 0
Michigan Aggies vs. Ohio State,
at Columbus -..
Oberlln vs. Wittenberg, at
bprlngflcld !- 0
VICTORY
CftPTBEGARTY
FOGEL INTIMATES
JURY WAS PACKED
Defies Outsiders to TamperWith His " aseball Properties in
Philadelphia Found Guilty on Five
Counts.
NEW YORK. Nov. -Though "for
ever excluded from participation In tho
councils of the National Leaguo as a
riprescntallve of the Philadelphia club
or any other club," Horace S. Fogel Is
grinning at the Impotence of President
I.Mich In seeking to banish him from
baseball.
"Tho Jury was packed against me,"
said Fogel today, "but I shall sell, or
represent, as I please, tho Philadelphia
club In tho National League, as I feel
inclined to do and no one can disturb
me in the least. I have property rights
In tho Philadelphia club and neither
Tom Dnch nor any ono else can Uko
them away from 1110 by means of a
packed Jury.
"This Is a case of mere politics, that's
all. baseball politics, not baseball Itself.
I havo plenty of evidence controverting
thu charges made against me and no
consideration was given It. Tho Jury
knew beforehand Just what verdict
would be given.
"This Is 11 case of spite, an attempt to
ruin mv reputation, llut It can't be
done-. I'M! tdelphla knows me well
enough to prevent that attempt from
succeeding. I have built baseball In
Philadelphia and the people thero know
It. Lynch can't undo what 1 havo done
fur tho national game."
Fogel Found Guilty .
Fogel was found guilty on the counts
of the Indictment against him. Two of
tho counts were dismissed as privileged
communications, but the famous Chi
cago letters wero considered proved.
As soon as he learned of the decision
of tho Jury. Fogel announced that It
was now up to the National League to
enforce Its findings Ho said that tho
leaguo cannot go through with Its sen
tence because he has rights to be pro
tected at all costs, and suggested tho
courts to uphold him. If It becomes
neccsiary.
Tho resolution adopted by the league
reads as follows:
"Resolved, First That this league
hereby censures and condemns Horace
S. Fogel for the utterances and publi
cations so made by him while president
of tho Philadelphia baseball club of
this league.
"Second That he, the said Horace S.
Fogel, be, and he Is hereb, forever ex
cluded from further participation In tho
sentativVof the PhMadelphla bri club
councils or this leaguo as tne repre
"Third That these resolutions bo
spread upon tho minutes of this league
und a copy thereof, duly certified, be
furnished to each club composing the
National League.
"Bo It further resolved. That tho sec
retary of the league be, and lie Is here
by. Instructed to give any one Interested
free access to the complete stenographic
minutes of this hearing, and that,
"Whereas the Jurisdiction of this
league to pass judgment upon tho
charges disposed of has been brought
In question; therefore,
Whet It Buy Do.
"Bo It further resolved, That this
league Is not a body of limited powers,
whoso uuthorlty Is restricted by tho
powers expressly enumerated In Its con
stitution. As a voluntary association
of the representatives of organised pro
fessional baseball, wo havo the samo
unlimited powers that-appertain to In
dividual men nnd associations of men.
Whenever tho representative of any club
falls short of thoso high principles which
should be tho standard of all modern
business men and sportsmen, It becomes
tho privilege and duty of this league to
say to inn ttuus composing u ana to
the general puone mat sucn person
will not be ndmitea to its councils
I to its councils.
We do not sav t
o tno cuius wnosnau
represent them In the meetings of this
league, uui we uo reserve me ngni to
say who shall not represent them, when
the porson so excluded shall be proven
to be unlit to discharge tho high duties
devolving upon him In our delibera
tions," Charlie Murphy had a narrow escape
from being embroiled In the charges
against Fogel, being saved only by the
reluctance of W, S, Forman, sporting
Georgetown's Record.
Georgetown, 39 1 Han. Macon, 0.
Georgetown, 28 1 Mt. St, Mary's, 0.
Georgetown, 20 Wash, and Lee, 0.
Georgetown, 48 1 A. and M. Car., 0.
Georgetown, 20; Carlisle, 81.
Georgetown, 87 j Nor. Carolina, 10.
Georgetown, 84 1 Wash. Colt, 0.
Georgetown, 16) Virginia, 18.
WHIT&
editor of the Chicago Hvcnlng Post, to
Introduce a letter from tho Cub magnate
to hlmsilf. Formun considered this let
ter confidential.
Murphy Is Worried.
Though the case Is practically closed.
Murphy Is worried ot lest further fuel
be cast upon the blaze b tho Philadel
phia magnate. Murphy Is believed to bo
behind Fogel In this whole affair, and
nothing but the sudden retlccnco of
Formun to show his confidential letter
saved Murph) from being charged with
tho samu offenses preferred against
I'ngel.
Now that tho decision has been made,
It will be Interesting to seo what I'ogei's
attltudo will be In the coming meeting
of the National League, to be held In
this city In two weeks Fogel Insists
that hn cannot bo excluded from any
sessions In which his property rights
a.tmg
may o in danger. 110 savs thu:
under legal advice, he will protect thoso
rights to the limit, even If It requtreaan
Injunction to stay any action of the
magnates.
DIAMOND DOPE
Mlller Huggltis savs ho will not make
any trades for
tho Cardinals this win-
ter. "Yes; It's easy to trade," suld Hug
gins, "If you want to give away your
slurs for some bum recruits."
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For the first time in history a ball
club from the United States will train
under a British flag It's easv enough.
Tho Yunkcca arc going ta Bermuda.
It's getting so a man has to win a
pennant or get a new Job. Especially In
tho big leagues.
Picking a winner for 1913. one would
surely not overlook the Athletics. Con
nio Mack's Infield, composed of Mc
Innts, Collins, Barry, and Baker, can't
bo bea'tcn. The outfield la strong, and
tho catchers are all capable,
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Some statistician has figured out that
If McGraw canned all his bouehcads he
and Robinson would have to go Into the
gumo to make out the nine.
Nan Rucker sals Walter Johnson ha.
, Vr To VeY 'M' 'on" "SMl
more smoku on the pill than uny other
ti nvels ut a speed of 123 feet per second.
They hnvo some weird names tacked
cm to players In tho Wisconsin-Illinois
League, as, for Instance. Pleh. Kench.
Stunners, Lien, not to mention Wachtel.
Jack Barry, tho Athletics' star short
stop, has heird a lot of bad news In the
last few days. Ills slster-ln-lao is near
death In a hospital and her husband Is
In the samo hospital with a broken leg.
American League pitchers aro hoping
against hope that Ty Cobb and Presi
dent Navln will never come to terms.
Manager Hugglns, of the Cards, Is
after a catcher. He has an eye on sonic
cracky youngster, hut nothing will bo
nccompiisneu uimi no comers with Airs.
Brltton.
Sherwood Magro won n good-sized bet
Saturday on u football gumc. Wilt he
Invest the winnings In un uutomobllu?
Pi 01.
.
The tralnlnr site for the Cardinals
will not be selected until Mrs llrllton
arrives In tho Mound City. Manager 1
Hugglns favors Columbus, Ga. ,
s
Claude Cooper, outfielder, drafted bv
tho Boston Braves from Fort Worth.
t has been transferred to t
me imow rorK
1 atnnts. ' Cooper Is small In size, but
Is iuld to bo fast inother Josh Duvom
In fact.
Harrv Stelnfcldt Is scouting now
scouting for a job us manager. He pic
fets tho coast, but Isn't too particular
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GEORGETOWN PREP
IS PLAYING TODAY
IN PHILADELPHIA
Meets St. Joseph's. Which
Presents Stellar
Line-Up.
Georgetown. Positions. St. Joseph'!.
Collier L. i: Kelley
cusack U T Murphy
Hubcr L. G Gray
Plamondln Center Grlbben
Hurley R. O Donnelly
Dolan R. T O'Neill
Crowley II. K Consldlne
Neweomb Q. B Leckle
Gurry , R. II Dennis
Noonan L. H Mahar
Marum F. B Stoll
Referrr Hutchinson. Umpire Toomey.
Linesman Hogan.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. S-Ono
of tho best scholastic matches of tho
year Is looked forward to today when
the Georgetown Preparatory School, of
Washington, meets 8L Joseph's. Tho
visitors are presenting a strong eleven,
which numbers several star performers,
while St. Joseph's has many players who
havo gained distinction In the scholastic
games here.
St. Joe has one of the speediest and
best-drilled elevens In the history of
scholastic football and la looking for
ward to a hard battle. Tho alumni of
fit. Joseph's will turn out en'masso as
the Thanksgiving Day game haa been
mado an annual affair.
The visitors are presenting a shifty
team composed of heavy men whoso
record this ear has boen (.omewhat
handicapped by Injuries, according to
reports. The Preps have been condi
tioning themselves for the game and
look for a victory to complete a suc
cessful season.
Johnny Kilbane Tells
Why He Won't Enter Ring
KLbVEiiASU, omo, Nov. 8.-jonnny
Kilbane, featherweight champion, today
mado known the reason why ho will not
Hght Eddie Morgan, tho English boxer,
for the world's championship at San
Francisco on New Year Day. The
champion expects tho stork to visit his
home In February und declares he
wouldn't leave Miss Kilbane at this time
for the fattest stake ever offered.
Kllbano was tendered n purse of 17,509
to meet Morgan. Ills manager sas that
ho has turned down offers of 13,000 and
37,5flO for other tights on the coast be
cause of tho Impending event.
Battle For Davis Cup
Commences Today
MELBOURNE, Nov. 28 -On tho courts
of the Melbourne Lawn Tennis Club to
day, the British Isles challengers and
the Australian defenders faced one
' unothcr In tho opening match for the
Davis International Challenge Cup. Tho
matches will contlnuo through tho re
mainder of tho week.
Tho scries Is the eleventh of the Inter
national competition for the world
famous cup, which was offered by
Dwlght F. Davis, an American. Tho
coveted tronhv has been In tho nosscs-
slon of the Australasians since 1907.
Prior to that time It had been held both
in tho united states und in England.
Potomac B. C. President
Resigns From Office
At n meeting of the Potomac Boat
Club last night President Charles O.
Warden tendered his resignation, owing
to a press of outside duties. Tho club
was grieved to receive tils resignation,
as ho haB been a power In the councils
or tne ciun, mil nnuuy accepted 11.
Warden finds he cannot give suftlclcnt
attention to the needs of the club.
A week frcm Thursday Vice President
William C. McKlnney Is expected to be
chosen to succeed President Warden.
Thanksgiving Day
Dr OEOBGE . PHAIB.
Thanksgiving Day was dlscoVered by the early Fnrltnni. '
Later on it was discovered by football coaches, bnt its possiullitlei
wero not fully realized unUI it was discovered by fight prnmolers
nnd set aside aa a day to npUft the gentle art of rough bouse.
It Is a day of general thanksgiving among tighten, fight promoters,
and fight fans. The fan sends np a hymn of Thanksgiving ns lie
watches tho enobling spectacle of two low-broncd gents endeav
oring to knock each other's teeth loose.
The fighter feels thankful In the generosity of his heart as be donates
a black eye to his fellow man, and the promoter is most thankful
of all as he relieves tho public of its bnrden of wealth.
In addition to prlxeflghtlng, football Is played extensively on Thanks
giving Day, causing much thanksgiving among snrgrons ami
embalmers.
Biy
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CARLISLE LEADS
BROWN AT END OF
THE FIRST HALF
Thorpe andGuyon Go Across
Line For Touchdowns.
PROVIDENCK. R. I.. Nov. is.-Iirown
and Carlisle clashed In the annuil
. Thanksgiving Day encounter today bo
I foro a crowd of ten thousand. Uacti
I term had to make substitutions at the
eleventh hour. Arcasa moved from
right halfback to Welch's place us
quarterback on the Indiana lineup and
Staff shifted to center In pUcu of Mitch
ell among tho Brown forwards. Second
Icbolco men took the places of tho.
moved forward. On past performances
the betting favored Carlisle at odds of
1 ten to seven.
I Neither side scored In nrst period.
Thorpe tried for a goal from placement
on Brown's ,28-yard line, but failed. Tho
Indians were within an ace of scoring
again, when Bergle fumbled on Brown a
8-ard line, Langdon recovering it.
Straight football tactics wero used by
both sides.
1 Carlisle scored two touchdowns In tho
second period. Thorpe, of the Indians,
, tnado a spectacular run of thirty vards
around Brown's end, and two or three
lino plunges then carried him over for
a touchdown. He failed on the goit.
Near the end of this period Thorpe got
away on a corking, run of fifty vards,
but was overhauled by Tcnney. bhort
ly, therefore, Goesback tossed a pretty
forward pass to Ouvon for eighteen
yarda and another touchdown. On tho
punt out a Carlisle man failed to catch
the ball. Score end of second period,
Carlisle, 12; Brown, 0.
Officials Referee. Pendleton of Bow.
doln; umpire, Burleigh of Exeter; head
linesman, Okcson of Lehigh.
"Hurry-up" Yost Picks
All-Western Eleven
AVW Annnn. Mich. Nov. 28 Field.
,nff Yoat as ,n cllcaB(J to seo
Minnesota and Chicago plaj for scc-
ond paco (n tno Western conferenco
,, , n,i,i,lon he has been In a nos-
. ,nn fn unnw of the work of most of
the other members of the conference.
so his selection of an All-Western
team Is nut based on hearsay nor on
nenspaper reports, but Is perhaps tho
result of us thorough un understand
ing of the football situation in tho
West this car as Is that of any of
th other critics.
Here are the men who wero select
ed by the leading coach of the country
In a letter to the writer today.
Loft end, Torbet. Michigan; left
tackle, Butler. Wisconsin; left guard,
Qulnn. Michigan; renter, I'aterson,
Michigan; right guard. McCurdy.
Michigan Agricultural College; right
tackle, Pontius, Michigan; right end,
Vruwlnk, Chicago; quarterback. Gil
lett. Wisconsin; left halfback. Craig.
Michigan; right halfback. McAlmon,
Minnesota; fullback, Thomson, Mich
igan. An-High School Stars
Play Vigilants Today
A team composed of All-High School
stars Is Plavlng the champion Vigilants
eleven today at I'nlon League I'irk.
Coach Hurt has had the Vigilants out
for hard practice, and expects to win
tho gumc today.
Arrangements have been completed
with the Engineers for a fcamc to hi
Pluvcd on Sunday. The Vlellants will
mako every effort to land the lonte-t,
which will Insure tho District title
Eight Hundred Rolling.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 2-ltli
S00 bowlers from half a dozen Mates
entered, tho annual championship toui
nament of thn Middle West Howling
Association opens In this clti tonight
and will continue until December 0 An
offering of $7,M0 In prize money Ins at
tracted mutiy of the b-st individual ami
team bowlers of Chicago, Omnli 1 1 es
Moines, Sioux City, S4. Louli, and v
number of other cities of tho M dd'o
West.
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and leaves a clean spot for the
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