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THE WASHIXGTOX TDIES, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1914 15 Gallaudet Earns 1915 Game at Hilltop GALLAUDET MAY BE ommocM Hilltop Authorities Pleased With . Excellent Showing Made by Opponents. BINGLES AND BUNTS By GRANTLAND RICE. T E 1 LEAVES CUSCADEN OUTPLAYS WARD Jc "etritz Gives Great Ex rnDition of Defensive Play h Through Game. Threp Days After. 'A wild cheer rings across the field, a tumult rends the air; A rabid roar comes rolling back, ten thousand streamers flare; An interval of parley, then the whistle shrieks aloud; The kickoff booms and then a hush descends upon the crowd. His Jane is sitting in the stand, the Halfback's heart beats high; He sees her wave a dark blue flag against the dark blue sky; The fight is on, the combat grows, the battle moves apace Where rugged cleats pound on the sod and likewise on the face. And then, just at the battle's close, there came the same old dream; The same old brand that all have smoked who made a college team; For ninety yards he darts and ducks and dodges, till at last Ho falls across the line, and then he knows the dream has passed'. Tho picture fades, his pipe is out, he rubs his half-closed eye And turns again to Calculus and Logis with a sigh; Bat oron as he turns the leaves he finds the dream has strayed The phantom of his longest run the run he never made. Jfaming the Culprit Wo an? In. It seems, for a lively de bate, after all. For, Judging from some. By LOUIS A. DOUGHER, As a result of their stcrlin.C battio thine Hke 457 dlscussioins we have heard against the Blue and Gray on Turkey. n " 'f w days, there is still an b ,., , " j. , . ,. Important point to be settled, vlat.. Was Day, Uallaudet is luteiy to nna iw.i Hnrvard.a b,K 8Ucceaa duo ln tlon without a coach. It simply had the wlnnlnc stuff. Most of them were fine football players before they ever came to Harvard. If Mahan. Prlckley. and Hardwlck had gone to Yale Instead of Harvard, all the Haughtons In the , world wouldn't have beaten Yale last iVMr or thl.q vonr W II Vt uaj, uaiiuuuvu i ,:.,...-. Harvard's blK success duo ln the mn'n i " " T ' ' ' "' "' through signals, kick, and pass a little, on the Georgetown football schedule . JO Haughton or ln the main to such n the Otter Paw. ana have a drill on other details at nrain next Year The Hilltop au-! football stars aa Hardwlck, Bradlee. Opposed to this are a number who glv 1 Franklin Field this afternoon (indto fSS:"5 JW th the1? Francke' "- PeDaoCk ! Haughton credit for developlnB ttaV"",.1 FOR PHILADELPHIA Two Practice Drills Will Be Held on Franklin Field Before Big Contest. ANAPOLIS. Nov. 27 With the shouts of enthusiasm and confidence from the whole regiment of midshipmen ringing ln their ears, the football team which will battle for the Navy against the Army eleven In Philadelphia on Satur day, left Annapolis at 8:30 this morning. The party numbered about fifty, and was under tho charge of Lieut. Comdr. Roger Williams. Besides the players and substitutes, there were the rttaff of coaches, medical officers, trainers, ana attendants. Hotel Walton will be th headquarters of the Navy party, as In former years. The whole body of mid shipmen rushed to the gate of the Academy, and gave the football war riors a most enthusiastic send-off. The team had Its last Annapolis prac tice yesterday afternoon, but win run through signals, kick, and pass a little. thorities are well satisfied with the'ctc?' .i,a,wM of fh TTnTnll Hrfcn lads Jn other words and phrases. ho is Blalu " iiartuwicK, Manan, etc., ana backfleld candidates. Weasel .and west- w....n ..u... w ... ,. .kkiAb Tinnt wno ira.ci.ureu iimua c y .- A111U1UU11 KJX. LUC -Afc.tAv . --- ii I Ul U1UL111K W1UIII UI UUCIiV III H. I lLLlUIT inH thrir heavier and more ex- Strated I on Princeton nnd y5 h Lfra.Tse claim that 1 Gore. ea8on. and whose loss was recognized '". . . nftr trrin nERn,,it mnnd to . Bowies. y nson ana omere were as Dig, Cnra-ptiun nfter terrific assaults, managed Some Evidence. Here Is one opinion: Dear Sir Kindly can that dope about the wonderful work of Haughton. How could Haughton help achieving results with Mahan. Hardwlck, Bradlee, Francke, Pennock, of tvi Vittib tha trhnin sound Is available as fast and as good natural material as for service, and the hardest kind of Harvard's stars, but that they lacked the service. There had been some anxiety systematic education pounded Into his about several of the backs, but with men by such a coach as Haughton. j careful handling they are all In shape. no 4u110 uujr uibuubbiuu, iaicii pro and con and around about. perienced opponents. had to hustle every minute and man aged to win by the small score of 12 to 7. Gallaudet uncovered several play- T-o rvhn nhrmp in eveTV WTIV. Both w.u ....w w.... . . , . -.1 . t. ends, Captain Foltz and Marsnanv. ton had at leaBt flve men better than outulaved their Georgetown ioes.,w n on to im iran. wnw ;"V"'" 'v.iVrIi?:..Lv.""11" . Sfi PHILADELPHIA. r . . i cieven recniars. a.L least nino wnr dpi- uiai nmviuu iiuiujiiuo. huukuvuu tuum ,-.. Moore, the lightning quarterback , ter than ale's regulars. Most of the I never have gained any such height with- ant Commander A. v. ainiem. -"- coach. You may remember that Frank , along But, with coaching mistakes, this etic Association, has requested the Chance was the Peerless Leader when great material might have easily gone ppm,nvlvanla committee to take drastic ..I.-'.. -,-.., a i fco linP that 5? ad vers- Tinner, crown, overall. ; ui wea ana iai ea to proauce. Jnour - -' . . ,, . A,.mv nnA Navv uiuuio oui'"u b"w ". w isneckard. etc., to help. How peerless opnnon a Daseoan manager or a xootDaii via aVimilfi mnr nelni. ffA Amiftl. MamI and tho careful sidestep, that the credit ! was about 50 50. It took both a great , coach with irfeat material to build ud eleven regulars, at least nine were bet- ' that Harvard machine. Haughton could IHave Scheme to Stop Speculation in Tickets Nov. 27. Lieuten- with a rubber backbone, proved him self a wonder. But it was Scott Cus- attracted most attention. Fresh as a was he In charge of the Yanks? Yost . , . , , .., , j tttj was the greatest coach ever when ho cnacer, uuscaaen ouupia-u iiu, had Heston. Snow. Hammond, etc. Georgetown's star, throughout the How creat was ho this last season, with TI.,U j . i cieht green men? Haughton, I gladly game. The Hilltopper seemed stale nnd cheerfully admit. Is a first class after his W. and J. experiences and coach. But, In my opinion. Brfckley. " " i , . i. Mahan, Hardwlck, Pennock and others was fooled constantly, boxed, put out did more to make Haughton than e i. i.. oi o,lo Mnnmllw im Haughton did to make them. Give most of tne play and made generally un- of credt where lt belong3to th0 comfortable by his antagonist. ' boys who did the work. This Harvard Features of the Turkey Day clash team would have been a wlnnlnc instltu- were many. John Petrltz gave another! of his great exhibitions or deiensivo work. He was all over the field, tack ling like a fiend and upsetting interfer ence viciously. To complete his good work, he intercepted a forward pasB, galloped ten yards and started his team on Its road to its first touendown. ( Petrltz was tne oest man in me xiiuuiv line. Moore's work for Gallaudet was re markable. He outgeneraled Calnan nnntimiRllv. ran with the ball for many yards, took hard bouncing on the hard j dS'd'iB-teSlSl Popular Middleweight jump all the time. Twice he circled tno weak Georgetown ends for long gains. On the -opening kickoff of the second - a touchdown. I measures to discourage Army and Navy coach is at least 50 per cent of the ul- football tickets from getting into tne tlmate answer taken on the average. hands of speculators. Detectives have SlTiSE 7hTiiTK3: been placed upon the streets, and have already obtained the numbers of many tickets. For every one of these dupli- more than the coach, would Princeton's array have looked) about the same with Haughton ln charge? On the contrary, lt would have been one of tho hardest teams in the country to stop. We are a great believer In an efficient entry out there in front handling the Job an en try who understands the art of what to do and how to do It. Admitting, of course, that he can't go it alone. U LW f IELD FOB BATTLE Wants Another Chance at Ardmpre Club This Winter. I LI 1 mm came close to bringing llelley gathered in the ball and gave it to Kendall. The latter galloped sUty- flve yards before succumbing to Calnan. ,.,,.. Gallaudet's score was a brilliant bit! Gunner Selman. whose spectacular of end play by Marshall. Harry Kelly I victories at Ardmore have made Mm a plowed outside of tackle for five yards g,-eat favorite with the boxing fans of and then fumbled. Marshall was on thc Caoltal ha3 returned from the tno Dan UKe a Kassiiuiipei. xaw rirccucu up immediately lor uie iimioppers goal Cornell's Glorious Victory Over Penn for Second Time Set tles Argument. fighting zone ln Mexico, and is open to line, and. though Golden almost j meet all comers at the new clubhouse reached him, passed It in safety. Georgetown scored a touchdown ln tcven minutes after the game started. Gallaudet had threatened to score by the aerial route, but failed. Petrltz seized a. forward Dass from tho Kendall i ether chance at Ardmore." n-,-o nnri n mnrrh wai made for . Selman is being considered as a possl the coal line. Murray plunging over for ' hl star to open the new clubhouse some the touchdown. now being erected at Ardmore "I am in good condition, though hatdly able to hop Into a ring in a minute's time," says he. "It won't take me very long, though, to be down to form, and then I'd like to get an- Jn the third period Georgetown plunged to the foes' 10-yard line, where Calnan hurled a forward pass to Cronin for a touchdown. In the final period Marshall seized time next month. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 27. Cornell Is satisfied with Coach Al Sharpe, and he will bo signed up within a few days to a five-year term as supreme boss of football and baseball teams at Ithaca. Two victories over Penn ln his three years with Cornell Is enough to suit any follower of yie Red and White. Cornell outclass Penn. Sharpe'B team gained 272 yards on rushing to Penn's 54. Eighteen first downs were made by the Ithacan3 to Penn's two. Cornell rari back kicks 144 yards to Penn's 50. Barrett's kicks averaged 45 yards in the first half and CS in the second. However, tho OuakfirH dirt rtnt trn sensational I "own u aoirat witnout a fight. Cor with both hands and fairly shifty. i. innco lioll -inrt ran fnr r7niln.udft'fl ' turner .miPkHnim i champion, last night in New York. The Hllltoppers were apparently over- Levlnsky s cleverness and ring general confident and a bit stale, but GallaiyJet shit paved him from punishment, as AoKrvea creat credit for its plucky ex- MCarty showed h'mself a hard hitter hlbttlon. Not a sign of roughness was teen during the game. No cleaner ex hibition was ever staged anywhere. The Line-Up: Georgetown. Positions. Gallaudet. Corcoran U E Foltz (capt ) Ward I- T Martin timr-ynr, T fi Davis I t..i- P.nfAK To(lAr ' reiriu vuici -" .. Rnttllnr' THn:lrv iht light-heavyweight, who may bo seen at ' no1' clattered off to an early lead, run Arrfmore this winter, managed to out- J "" up ten points in the first half, point Tom McCarty, brother of the lato ' " llpn Fenn came back for the third McCarty, white heavyweight . '.. ,'"" l"e ieam naa uecome desperate. wuitMy lurwara passes Hashed down tno acid, until Penn's two touchdowns. Sam Langford, the veteran "Boston Tr Baby." stopped Harry Wills, the New Orleans colored heavyweight, in the fourteenth round at Vernon, Cal., yesterdav. Langford took a beating, four times taking the count ln the first two sessions. He recuperated, however. and two left swlntrs to the law ln the Mahlum R- G Butterbaugh ( lourteenth settled the argument. Rockwell .. Keelcy , Classen GormIey.......R. T...- '"'ronin... ....R E. .... Calnan.. .. ...Q. B......... x oley ............ .j- I. . . ...... . Murray (capt.)...R. H Sae-c by periods: Georgetown 6 0 Gallaudet 0 0 0 , Touchdowns Murray. Cronin. Mar shall Goals from touchdown Moore, Goals from touchdowns misfced Noark Cuscaden I Marshall, r Ho,rQ TVTo,ir T lr.a IT Moore vm imvt Jitw iiiit-ujj. The VIgllants will have a new line-up for Sunday's eramc with tho Walbrook A. C . ot Baltimore. Manager Ollveri elgninc several during the wefk. Ef forts are also belnir made to have tho United States ship Dolphin and United States ship Mayflower olevens meet 012 with resultant goals, mado the score 12 to 10 for the Quaker? Hardlv had the cheering ceased when Barrett circWi an pnd and raced fifty five yards for a touchdown. In th fir.al period Philllppl shot off tackle for anothpr touchdown for the Ithacans. Barrett scored 17 po'nts for his team, and was the most brilliant performer on the gridiron. Army Off for Game. WEST POINT. N. T.. Nov. 27.-F!fty-two strong, thc Army football sound Jpft hero at 8 o'clock for Philadclnhfn. embryo officers will make at the Bellevuo- where the their headquarters Stratford. cated tickets have been issued. "All persons are warned." reads a no tice Issued by the committee today, "that every ticket for tho Army and Navy football game ln the hands of bpcculators 1b automatically canceled. The purchaser of such tickets will ba denied tho privilege of witnessing th came, and will bo escortod from tha ground. The ushers have specific In structions that duplicate seat checks must take precedence ln every case, and that the holders of the originals cannot remain on the field, since a ticket has been issued for every seat and thre is no standing room anywhere. A most determined effort will be made on the part of every person Interested ln this game to break up speculation." Between the halves of tho game, nhich will be held on Franklin Field next Saturday, a collection will be taken up for the joint benefit of the war chil dren's Christmas fund, the Belgian re lief fund, and the Red Cross Society. Virginia Now Claims Southern Championship RICHMOND. Va., Nov. 27. Virginia now claims the Southern football cham pionship for 1914, following the victory yesterday over North Carolina. 20 to 3. Both teams came through the season without a defeat by any Southern eleven. Virg'nia's only failure was with Tale. Aggressiveness on tho part of the Orange and Blue, coupled with marvelous running by Captain Mayer and Bobby Gooch, upset tho hopes of the Tar Heels, who wont to pieces as tho battle progressed. Paterson Is Out. Britt Paterson. W. and J.'s biff varsity left tackle, who tore liga ments ln his kne.0 ln the Georgetown game last Saturday, has left George Washington Hospital. Today ho went to New York, where tmoorrow ho will witness me ituigcrs-w. and J. game. He will bo on crutches for several weeks yet. Football Results. Georgetown, 12; Galloudct, 7. Boston College, 14; Catholic Univ., 0. Cornell 24; Pennsylvania, 12. Brown, 20; Carlisle. 14. Holy Cross. 7; Vermont. 0. St John'n 34; Johns Hopkins, 1.1 Wash, and Jefferson. 31; Bucknell, 0. Iafayette, W; Dickinson, 7. Vlllanova. 7; Fordham. C Rutgers. S3; New York. 0. Notro Dame, 20; Syracuse, 0. Pittsburgh. 13; Ponn State, 3. Virginia, 20, North Carolina. 3. W. & I 7. North Carolina A. & M., 0. V. P. I.. 3; V. M. I.. 0. W Va. Wesleyan, 14; West Virginia, 0. A.. iUaIh n tinttll i01l1 " Vl O ViTll AMCiVltn - r Subsftutlons-Gallaudet, Uaarauston rl.,in rni.,r tr uyo Vlcilants- onn- for Dav's, Harms for Raamussen. tP t . decision is xpocted today. Thompson for Buttorbaugh. Itndll for Rockwell. Rockwell for Ke'-lcy, Jacob ron for Classen, Clas.sen for Jacobson, Georgetown. Cusafk for Corcoran. Fitz gerald for Mahlum, Mffarty for Gorm ley Gormly for MK'arty. Golden for Foley, Kelley for Goldf n, Goldn for Murray, Crow for N srk. Connolly for rowe Refr.-e Mr Brgin. of Princ" 'nn Umpire Mr Roper. t iTincton. Head linesman Mr Church, of Yale Time o' periods 15 minitrs each Holds World's Record, j ALLIANCE. Ohio, Nov. 27. Lloyd I Bletzer. right end of the Mt Union j College football team, of Alliance, pro'jablv holds the world's record to day He kicked his thirty-fceventh suc cessive eoal following a touchdown, ln- I cljdlug ten jesterday, and did not miss .i try all sea-son. 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