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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, 'FRIDAY, NOMDMBER 7, 1913. .
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THE BEST SPORT PAGES IN WASHINGTON
Western and Eastern on
Field in High School Game
Memorial A.C. to Arrange &
Run With Institute Team
EASTERN TACKLED
BY WESTERN TODAY
iapitol'Hill Lads and Boys
From Georgetown Take the
Field in Fifth Game.
TEAMS EVEN IN WEIGHT
Several New Men Likely To Be
Seen in Contest For Red
and White.
Here Are Three Husky tads to Play Against Georgetown Tomorrow
BELIEVE
BUCKNELL
School Standing.
Won. Lost. IVt.
TccLuical 2 0 l.OOJ
Eastern 1 0 1.000
Western ."1 0 1.000
Central 0 2 .00.)
Uuine r. 0 2 .000
Eastern Is plajinj; Western toda
The boys from Capitol Hill are meet
ly the boys from across the creek In
3ic annual battlp arid those wise ones
i ho have Jollovved the games thus far
Tre confident that a win for cither
lohool will add much to the spirit necc
arv to dereat Tech for the title.
t Kaetern they arc sure that ttv
lei en v.hlch walked. off with the bus -less
team by a 13 to 0 score will de
li at Western, which got away with a
I to 0 game from Central. It Is point
id out that if Coach Dogrgett's Eastern
High School lads can trim Western to
lay they ill be able to better Tech's
ark against Central.
Xone of the wiseacres are predicting a
tn for either team by a decisive score,
rtic style of'the elevens is practically
lie same as gleaned from the engage
nents thus far played and everyone Is
XJinting to the fact that as two games
HVe already been decided by a drop
tick there Is every likelihood of another
ach kick winding up today's issue.
eastern will pin its faith on Greer,
he giant center, to do the bulk of the
lefense work for the Light Blue and
U hite. Greer's aggressiveness enabled
-iisteni to defeat Business, and -hc is
igain expected to shine. The Eastern
juarterback Thoruett is calculated to
nake many jards on Western.
Over at Western they have counted
eavlly on "fritz" Brewer, a sturdy
pung halfbackwho will make his first
ippearance in high school football.
Jrewcr has outpunted and dropUcked
setter than any other Dlaver who has!
iliown thus far in practice games atj
Jtestern. His ability lies in his fleet-'
Seas of foot, and he is counted upon for
nany yards today.
Th teams will be about even in
iw eight, and. while Eastern has the
norc experienced eleven. Western is
sxpected to go the limit for a, win.
iVestern will show a number of new
jlays today, and may start several new
Tien in the game. The advisory marks
iae made Robinson, Mathews, Giblin
Slid Brewer eligible, and these new
lien, while they have been out for but
) short .time, will probably find a
liance today.
The probable line-up of the elevens
Mth the officials for the game follows:
U "stern. Position. Eastern.
'epper L. E Wood
Vdams L. T Williamb
Hjer L. G Lanahan
iblm Center Greer
irad (Capt.) R. G Karnsworth
Jrafcon R. T Pope (Capt)
Hackall R. E ..Fisher
Soytr Q B Thornett
'erk L. H Rilev
Srencr R. H ..Dyer
Ooxon F. B Clark
Jicfe-ee Mr. Magoffin, Michigan. Um--ii
e Mr I-and. Navy. Head linesman
ii Leonard. Harvard Time of quar
cr? 10 minutes. Game called 3:30 p m
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YALE OUT TO BOLL UP P ' MANAGER GRIFFITH
BIG SCORE TOMORROW DROPS TOO LADS
STRONG
OPPONENT
Navy Eleven Prepared to ' Give
Good Account of Itself To
morrow.
,.VAPOLIS.Md., Nov. t. The Naval
.Academy team has completed Its prep
aration for Saturday's game against
Huckticll, regarded here :is unques
lionubl) the big game of the local
seafaon. At the bcglilnlng of the season
It was believed that Pennsylvania State)
would furnish the best soort at An-'
nipolis this jcar, but, State hai not'
made nearly so good a record as-Buck-
iell, which, by defeating Cornell and J
Pittsburgh, has taken high rank among !
,1. .Ann. r ,1 !... tf '
bcrs or the Navy contingent universally
expect a victory for the local team,
some going so far as to say that the
Midshipmen will defeat BUcknell as
badl aj they did Lehigh. This is not
the general opinion by any mcansahow-
Though the Navy coaches take the
po.sltldh that the only game for which
preparation is being made Is the West
Point game, there Is no doubt that they
have departed in home measure from
this rule in anticipation of the Bucknell
'ontest. The scrubs have been used
through the week to work- plays- based
fr Tint use plajs. which were the
Navy's undoing last year against Buck
nell, and which that team Is understood
to be using with great success In its
games this year. There Jiave also been
some secret practices, and the Navy,
If hard pressed to gain, is likely to
spring some ' plays wMch it has not
previously used this season.
The team will probably start in ex
actly the same shape that It did against
Lehigh, and will be even better off for
substitutes in the backfleld than It was
then. There will be no difficulty In
keeping the backfleld in prime condi
tion throughout the game, as a number)
of the backfleld substitutes have Deca
developing splendidly during the last
two weeks, and can be put in place of
the regulars at-any time without mate
rially lowering the playing standard of
the team.
Nichols, Miles. Falling. Bates. Valll.
Alexander, and Craig have been doing
particularly good work; and can go in
for the regulars at any time."
Notre Dame Is Willing
To Decide Championship
MEMORIALS M TO
MEET CARROLL-MEN
Will Hold Dual 'Cross-Country
' Run If A. A. U. Allows the
Competition.
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CHI AGO, Nov. ".The Notre Dame!
eleven, conquerors of the Army, arel
willlnc to meet the Michigan Aggies'
ai. V.hnabn In a nnsl.QMHan ITAtnP for
the Western championship. Coach Jesse
Harper has Informed Chicago football
critics, who have been asking for a
game to settle the question.
The Aggfes defeated Michigan and
Wisconsin and Nebraska has a "vic
tory over Minnesota, whose eleven
humbled theBa'dgers.
Blues. Win.
Blue defeated Orange In a regularly
scheduled game of the Terminal X. M.
C. 'B. Basketball league, at the Ter
minal "Y" gymnasium, by 30 to 7.
While a- number of the Memorial Ath
letic. Glub mimbera are stilt under the
Amateur Atheltlc Union ban It has been
planned tS hold a dual cross-country
race with the Carroll Institute runners
and step will be taken to see if the
rules of the union are violated, ' ,
If the two clubs get togetheV the' run
wlll.be held In 'the near'futurc. Rlcker
the Memorial A. C- leader, who has his.
charges out under the direction of John
Stowel!. expects to present a fast
bunch. .Many of the Memorial athletics
have come forward rapidly In the fast
year and can be counted upon as point
winners this winter.
Suitable prizes will be put up for the
race as soon as the date Is definitely
decided. The. Carroll men will con
tinue In training for the late fall meets.
There Is every Indication that Thanks
giving Day will be selected as the date
for the Memorial run.
Almendares .Win.
HAVANA. Guba No-. 7. The Brook
lyn National League team lost its flrK
game here vesterday to the Almendares.
3 to ft
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QUARTERBACK STANSBURY,
Tackles Brown Team, and Will
Present Line-Up Satisfac
tory to All Coaches.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 7. Yale's
rejuvenated eleven will go out to run up
a large score against Brown tomorrow.
The coaches -are apparently satisfied
with the new line-up. Cooney, the big
guard, is suffering from an injured
knee, but he will start against Brown.
Yesterday's workout showed the eleven
to be improving rapidly.
Ketcham's tendency to miss tackles in
the open may cause his being shifted
back to the center of the line for the
big games. In play yesterday he was
fast In getting down under kicks, but
once or twice failed to nail the runner
as he started back with the ball.
Wilson ran back kicks brilliantlv,
once getting away for a twenty-tive-yard
run after a punt from McDonald.
His running the team, however, still
shows lack of speed and drive, although
he selects: plays with good judgment
and handles the ball perfectly.
Nate Wheeler, runner up for quarter
back, had nearly an hour's work in
catching punts and played quarter for
the scrub in the scrimmage between
the second and third teams. Knowle
siayea ai me ueia aiteh
BOB THAYER'S SPORTING GOSSIP
EVERY KNOCK IS A BOOST."-
All is quiet.
All is quiet in baseball. Ban Johnson
has disposed of everything in one after
noon, indicating harmony in major
league circles. If therewer- anything
of a troublesome nature ahead, the
American League would have gone right
to it. The real fun, though, begins
when the National Leaguers start
scratching and hair-pulling over in New-York.
Down they go.
Two of the "promising rookies"' have
been dropped by Manager Griffith. Doc
Hedgepeth was touted as a wonder, but
the shrewd old Fox failed to tee any
thing remarkable In his work. Morley
is too green to hold his own In the big
show. It will be found that when the
season opens the Climbers will look
pretty much the same as they did last
season.
.
The late start.
Eastern took a 33 to 0 fall out of
estern last year, the worst defeat
"iat the Capitol Hill lads have ever
landed the Re! and White, and every
effort will be made by the Western
ooyt. to "en up for last year's beat
ng. "epper. Brady, and Doxon are the
U'iy members of the Western team
which opposed Eastern last year and
fhf others watched the contest from
tho sidelines being ineligible to enter
hf oiltcFt on account of the first
f neyir ruling.
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Jusine and Central are meeting on
tetda., next the teams taking the
if Id for their annual battle. Business
h.s netcr beaten Central In football
ii tnlnks'it has a chance this sea-ton
Princeton Will Not
Number Its Players
PRINCETON. N. J . No. 7.-The
football coaches have reconsidered their
tentlon to have the playprs in the
imc wan Haivard on Saturday wear
numbe! It was. announced today -that
' . matter had been dropped for this
J HI
i ne unit-rhtandlric is that the Tiger
ctits weie In fuvor of the numbers,
but Percj Haughton Would not consider
r cm ilaughton has always main
lined that numbered players would
make It easv to follow the men In
v iinmage and help the opposition keep
.la eyes on a particular) dangerous
i.i n
Cubs and Athletics
Will Play a Series
HICAGO. No T The Chicago Cubs
and the Philadelphia Athletics have
aareed to play a series of exhibition
games In Jacksonville. Fla.. next spring.
Six games wi'l also be plajed at Tampa
tiid St. Petersburg, Fla with the St.
1 ouis Broun.s.
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thf nthnr
vnrqlt,. nlavpra fft fnr u.n,l. ;n i.ii-
inn.TonIs from nlncnmont ' The American League acts isel in
Bud" Wclser was at the field and i opening the campaign later. Only Jn
will be ready to play next week. Be- tvnshlm-tnn. Phlladelnhia and St Louis
Watch those scores.
Watch those scores in tomorrows
games. Dartmouth ha3 defeated
Princeton. What Harvard does will
affect' the future Tatlng-of -the- Hano
verians. Meanwhile. Dartmouth's work,
against Pennsylvania will also have
much to do in the final ranking of the
big elevens of the East, llarvard and
Dartmouth are favorites in tho coming
battles, but watch those scores.
Hedgepeth and Morley Are
Farmed Out to Atlanta For
More Seasoning.
Today's school game.
If Western displays the same offense
against Eastern that it did against Cen
tral Eastern should be beaten today. The
Western offense was slower in compari
son to that of Eastern in the games
played, but Brewer can be depended
upon to remedy this defect. Stopping
Greer and Thornett seems to be the
problem for the Red and White.
Doc Hedgepeth, the big left-hander
bought from the Petersburg club, of
the Virginia League, and Morley Jen
nings? known as Bill Morley, pulled
back from Hartford, In the Eastern
Association, have been sent to the At
lanta club for more seasoning. Both
arc expected to make good with the
Southern League champions.
Hedgepeth, after working his head
off In the Virginia League, reported
to the Climbers In poor condition. He
failed to show anything In his dally
workouts, and Manager Griffith has de
cided that he needs more experience In
the tall grass.
Morley was tried out last spring and
farmed to Hartford. There he played
good ball all 'season, but looked weak
with the stick when he returned to the
Grlffmen.
fore he was hurt he shared the half
back honors with Knowles. He is faster
and heavier than A ins worth, and would
have the preference for left halfback
if he were in condition. He and Ains
worth will fight It out for the posi
tion next week unless Wilson is moved
from quarterback.
Is there any possible assurance of base
ball weather In April. Last spring it
rained here for a week at the opening
o' the season. Baseball will not sufrer
from a later opening. Indeed, Interest
will be all the greater. Those pesk
open dates will disappear.
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