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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1915.
Star Football Player At Georgetown Is Candidate For President of Law Class 16 IN MAHLUM M CLASS MAY BE HEAD OF AT HILLTOP Star Forward of Georgetown Stands High in Studies as . Well as on Field of Football f Endeavor. Gridironer Holds Admiration of Coach Exendine, Manager Cox, and of All Members of ! Hilltop Faculty. One Big Pass NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 5. Judge Mathewnon today asked Manager Camngton( of the Yale eleven, for permission for the boys' clubi of this city to see the Yale-Brown game on Saturday. Manager Carring ton wrote out the following order: "Pass the Judge anri 6,000 kids." This is believed to be the biggest pass written Bince Noah passed into the ark with his companions. By LOUIS A. DOUGHER. John Mahluni, varsity left guard at Georgetown, is a candidate for the senior class presidency in the law school. The election is to be held tonight, and he is expected to be chosen to head his class. Besides being the best forward in the Georgetown line Mahlum stands high in his class. As a student, he is one of the best ever attending Georgetown. The professors and instructors of the law school are all his admirers, and are with him in his candidacy. "Mahlum Is one of the beat foolbill plyir I hac cer seen ' 'aid Coach Albeit A. Kxcndlnc todas Me his all the flnlf.li of a arslt pUer. with tho nrt of 1 lion He la ncci (ioMiua'U over a same, hut aluii) wIIIIiik to i,i after the other fellow lit li nn honor to Georgetown, a fine chap In et way." "Mahlum is a fine Mlon. ' saitl dialler It Cox, prirtuate inatuRei of athletic at UeorKetown ' 1 hough he had a uken hind he ImLted nn taKlns til plir In the lln" I"oi Lour.ise, hi Iwm never beer, beaten at (IruirfLlonn Mr- houl 1 oc one of iicorseimm t cHndhlnti mr all-bouth Atlalitli honor thin n aon " Mahlum made the : r.-lt eleen l.il ear, plijlns a tine Kami asainrt ill opponent Though opposed In l i.inl Urtfn. ho hatl nlream mide I. nr at Lehigh, he aiiKccdnl In com.i.cins Coich hxuidlne thut he was enull to tha task of plaMnj sunrd with i iiplam i.arion on the aislt team at the tllll top He plaice! Br.it fuolbi'1 tucaliuil i nlceton. Navy, nm, and I oiuhuni the etlffrct contests i;lin the lllur ,md wrav Ills peisonalltv Ins rallied tj lnj asslstanen man lw vhool scnlois who are joins out touUht to vote, ioi him, maktnc Him pi cedent of his class Catholic L'nlirrati will be without a football same for lomoi row unless Mar. aiftr kaianniiKli suicccdo In landlns Ihe Ttelna Mercede3 elecn, uf Annup oUfi for a prictli-e contest The Mer cedes drier lins betn tho punchinc ba nf the Washington tenrm thU season, taking a valloplns from (ienrsctown and the ViBilantb and will liurril) want to come cuer hero for a came Mt bt Man will ho dropped ftnm the C I' schedule n this Is tho sec ond rnr In succesflon that the Mars Unders hae canceled Catholic I'nl erlti wanted to cot n cood work-out this week a Muhtcnliers Is to be plaved next aturdix at Aljentown I'a With Ccorsetown and C l without fames Washington has onl the .Mary land Aggks-WashliiEtfin chllege same to see In follegr l'alk, Md I he Asgles are oerwhelnilns faniltes. Dartmouth Takes Tale Of Trouble With Salt Coach Cavanaugh Says That Penn's Ineligiblcs Have Failed to Play Good Game-Also Calls Bell Best Quarterback in Red and Blue Squad. BOSTON, Nov. 3. Dartmouth will own the tlub tonight nnd tomorrow nUlit. Not for three eais Iwk the llnnoier eleien been seen In this city, ano. to morrow's game it Fenway I'ark with IYnnnjIvanln will brine down eir student from the little New Hampshire! town. The ndxaw swiril Is duo lo arrlie at tho No'th station this after noon, the hiilk nf the host ? rrlvlng to morrow morning The Dartmouth authorities hao decreed tomorrow a holiday In Hanover, and It Is doubtful If one student will be left at horr.o when the whistle hlowa for the kick-off. Tho announcement of tho geneial hakc-up at l'cnn In which four men wero declared Ineligible nnd the catitnln relegated to the second team, Is helnr;, taken with a grain of salt In Hanoter. When Interviewed on this subject, Krank Caanaugh, the head roach, said: 'The Dartmouth team will not he one bit misled by tho story of the sudden collapse of the Penn football team This Is an old trick of the game, and often worked before. Wc are all aware of the foct that Penn his an extraor dinary amount of wonderful material, and while admitting the ability of Stack. Welch, and Grant, the three new lv declared Ineligible, the fact forces Itself upon ua that apparently they have not been plalng up to the standard set by tha coaches for the first string, as none of these three men hao taken an Importint part In the last two Karnes 'Ho far m Ihe otrentth of the Pi nn lenm Is eonLcrncd we are taklns; noth ing foi gianled The onh real thing of consequence that has happened has been the relegating nf Die l'cnn captain to the second team Mr nrn at a loss in see nh this should hurl the team. If a better man haa been found lo take his place. Ho far as Penn'a quatter back Is com ri ned those who saw the Penn game last Siturday unquestion ably slate that Hell was by far their best quarterback Wo are expecting n hard game, and hae made preparations to meet Prnn along Ihesn lines" The line-up for tomorrow follows! Left end, Dusossolt , left tai kle, Fish baik: left guard, Merrill, i enter. Max ler, right guard, bpcar, right tackle, Cotton: right end, Kmery: quarterback Worthlnglon or llolbrook, left half back. Oerlsh . fullbick, Thlelscher, nnd right halfback, TWei. Tho Pennsyhatiia amity squad to da practlcea at Fenway Park It Is a glomm hand of warriors, recent ills nullifications having hit the team hard Thcto Is bitter feeling among the Quaker met the resignation of Howard Jh ri As It Is nnl one quar terback, Hell, knows the signals If Hell Is Injured a scrub quarterback will hale lo be used The Pennsy cheering section will ar rive here tomorrow morning SHEVLIN GETS WITH TEAM Yale Varsity Tears Its Way Up and Down Field Against Strong Freshmen. Qsllaudet mil pin the Jsorth c'ain lma Aggies trillion nw and Coai h Wayne Hart hopes onK to make a) good show ing against Jack Ilrgarts's team which defeated the Na lust week Coach l.Nondlnr todai xcused the eorgotown arslt (quad until Mon day, lie feels thut the team's hud schedule has laKcn a lot of ' pep ' out of the team and thit a good rest will do the squad more good than anMhlng else. Charles R Co graduate managei, and Coaih nxcndlne will go to Pilnce ton tomorrow lo see what Hariaul does to the llgirs Tomorrow the ("hometown fieshmen will battle the sophomore at tho Hill top, the game atartlng at ". o'clock This peine Is an annual attraction at Georgetown nnd should be fought to a finish. o WESTPORT 2 'ilN. THE CORRECT CUT-A-WAY SHAPE. ioh (opars OLOEIT BRND"IN AMERICA Otherwise, Princeton Will Face Harvard Tomorrow With Same Team of Week Ago. Si DALZELL WHS ' SECOND GOLF COP W. R. Tuckerman Is Second in Tournament for Horstman Memorial Cup. PniNCfc'TON. N. J. No i-Prac-tlcallv the same eleven that showed to such good adan"ige over Dirtmouth two weeks ago will face Harvard here tomorrow The onlv change will be. Lamherton at md, Instead of lliown. Iamberton's work this week has been a revelation lo the yaches Old erads began to drift bank to Princeton todij. nnd the campus and village alrcHd) la taking on a gala np pearance Hurvird glads are also sprinkled through the crowds, awaiting the arrival of Captain Mahan and lila cohorts tomorrow morning. A larno number will come Jown from New York A cold drizzling ra'n drove the Tlgrra to cover vestcrday. and the latter part of the practice was held In the baseball age Thetc ivas no si rlmm.ige and Hush took no ihincis of getting any of his men Injured In the baseball nhf the ceroid team wiih Kent nirnliist tho nrilt In ntl llin known Harvard formations, and each' nrst string man was shown Just whero he should bo on eer pla The plava wen run through slowlv and even bod hecklng was barred It haa not vet hem decided whether llalsev will start at right tackle against Harvard He ia not li. perfect con dition, and In 'ase ICi ane I'ltzpatrlck the trainer, decides to keep him out, Parlsette will have the next call The line-up that has the piefcrenee lot the Harvard game Is illghley, left end. Mclean, left tackle, N'ouisc, left gusrcl. Oennert center Hogg right Miard, Halsev, right ta.'k'c Uimberlon, Tight end; CJIIck quarterlnck, Rhea, left half hack. Tibliotl lUht haliback, lJrlEs fu'lbaclt CAMniUDGi:. Mass, Ncv '.-Though It Is admitted that llmnnl'i eleven Is not is good as list vcai nevertheless It Is felt lure that the team will be abbs to I'top Princeton's attack toinnttow, r.nd Captain Mahan mav he tble to win nv field goals The football squid left tedav for New orK ind will lo down to the lunle eirlv tomoriow morning Watson will surelv stan it quarterback with Ho'ts plavlng rlrht lulfliacl. It. stead of En-wright Samuel Dnlsell annexed his second cup In two weeks at the Chew Chase Club yesterdu when by a margin of seven strokes he won the Tl-role medal competition for the Horstman .Meniinl.il r up Dnlzell commenced plav against a field of live Idas err Wednesday morning and plaied H holes each morning and afternoon thereafter W. I!, fuckermin finished stcoud In the tourniment with n total number of stiokes of 32T.. iBiilnst ."Sn for Dalzell MHn Iwird was third with "a; Wol cott Tuckerman was lh onh other polfer to finish Kills and I-ewls having drooped out al the end of the CHh hole The cards bj rounds Bam Dalzell . n S". SO UI-'KS W. R Tuckerman i " M mrc. Allan Land s" V. x.1 XI-M7 Wolcott Tuckerman '3 M ST f 317 Ni:w HAVriN. Conn., Nov .1 Tom Shevlln's "tear 'em up'" stylo of coach ing Is having its results Vale's var sity clew n has gotten together hetlet than at anv time this ycal and hopea ie enteilalurd that n victory oer iirown will follow. In jestcrday' scrlmmugc against the freshmen, the vaislt hammered their vvav up and down tho field, the young sters being wholly unable to atop them Capt 'Alec Wilson made tho final dash which carried the ball over the line Tom Khevlln stood behind the regulars all tho way, and drove them along at a rapid pace, criticising and praising ac cording as gains or losses resulted. On the defensive the varsity did not make smh a satisfactory showing, although the freshmen were unable to gain con sistently When they had possession of the ball. Thn same line-up was used as on Wednesday, with the exception that Wlcdeman plaved at right end through out the practice. Wedncsdav Church alternated with him at that position. Wlcdeman 1 developing Into a really capable end He haa Plenty of speed, despite his IRS pounds, and Is one of tho hardest tacklcrs on the squad Ring ham's work at halfback was fairly satisfactory to the coaches, as was Van .Nostrand a generalship at quarternacit The latter weighs IK pounds, but haa so much aggressiveness that It Is hard to stop him Among the arrivals at the bowl were tlalph nioomer, 'f4, who played at tackle when he was In college. He Is a close friend of Tom Rhevlln Carroll Kiinwles, one of the bac klleld veterans on last neuron's team also returned to watch the practice All of the coaches who were on hand veslerdaj appeared at the Held again and helped with the work 'Ihlngs arc going smoothly In the Vale cimp. nnd every one Is doing his part to turn out a championship team The line-up was I.efi end. Illodgctt, left tackle Oates left guard. Kent cental. White, right guard, J Sheldon, right tackle. Way right end. ledc man qu irterbick, Van Nostrand left halfback. Wilson, right halfback, fling ham fullback. Scovll No Peace for Barrow, International Leader All Three Pros. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5. It became known today that the charRCB uffainsl Hilly Stack, Hay Grant untl Vinco Welch, tho three Penn football play era, in professionalism and that they were declared ineli gible for this and not for scholastic work. Prof. Goodspced, chairman of tho faculty committee, made the announcement that the lads were all riuht in their scholastic work. Wharton Sinklcr, chairman of the football committee, when questioned would not deny the charges, but said he would leave it up to the players to make any announcement necessary. Ni: YOHK, Nov r, -Kdward O Harrow, president of the International league, was todav on hi way to Han Francisco to attend the nnnital meet ing of Ihcv National Association of llaselull Clubs llefote leaving Mr Harrow said The Federil I.c.ina.e cannot use the Intern illnn il League foi a foil in Its fight for peace There will b no mer ger of Interest between niv league and the cneniv I am sure the Amerhan Association feels the same wav The Class AA leagues are the only ones whose co-oneriitlon could be of benefit In the Independents, and these feel that i their Interests vlll be best served through unshakablg loyalty to the or ganization of which they are now a most Impnitant part" Wharton Will Resign as Coach of Penn Forwards PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5 To cap the climax of the many exciting Incidents which have been happening around Krenklln Field these last few days was Ihe innounceme-it made nv Dr Huck Wharton vestcrdsv afternoon before he left for Iloaton. to the effect that thla would he his last year as 'one of the coaches at Old Penn. The reason for n U'li.i.1.'. Jul.lnn la Uu lit. .. .'I. ." iinnvii i ,.-i.niii in .. ii.b i,- vate duties have become ton pressing, ann that, although he has enJoed licln with the bos thU fill, he must no 'ct his coaching Interfere with his work When asked as to wether there hid been any dissension at tho coaches meeting on Wednesdav nlrht. he atntcd that there had been none, and he did not expect thst thero would be any. lln said: "I have been too busy teaching nt line men the game to pay anv attentlm to iny one else's affairs, and I lellne that my hoys ate as good forwarta ss nnj team In the country todav. i:verv man Is a fighter, and each one has hsd a square deal If anv man Is better than another, that man gets the Job, and there Is nn disputing the mallei " How They Get Together In Football Tomorrow Harvard vs Princeton Dartmouth vs Pennsylvania Yale v s Iirown Virginia va Vanderbllt Michigan vs Cornell Army vs Notre Dam Nav v vs nucknell Ciallaudet va A and M W and L vs lloanoke Fordham vs Hostnn College Holy Cross vs Carlisle Indians Lafavette vs Swarthmore Pittsburgh vs W and I Michigan Aggies vs Marquette Mar) land Aggies vs Washington Col-lecc Pimlico Entries. Tor Saturday. First incc Purse, two-ycar-olds, six riirtnntru. Tinmnll till Pnlrnma. 112. Kevllllan, 1W. Indian Chant, 112; IMdle Henry, 112, Cuntara, US; Damrosch, 113, Virginia M. 109, llrynrhaiit, 107; Hand full, lot; Dorcns, 101; Hcssllcn, 1W, Hilly McOee, IWi rtcpton, 112; Plaudllo, 101, In and Out. 104; Jacobus, 10). Kccond race - Plmllco HuDscrlptlon u.A.iKni..uA I tn.,tl.nii fitirvenrnllM and up; two miles and n quarter. Ben egnmblaii, 111, Dixon Park, 13ii; Pehs Aalnoruni. HO. Cynosure, HI, North- wood. 131, BJOSSCl, liu. Third raco-Tho Wnlden Htakes; two-veor-cilda, one mile. St. Hock. 107. Hinoothbore, 101. Whimsy, 119; Colonel Vennle, l, a-Puss In Hoots, 121. ( e landrla. Ill, Murphv. 112. ci-Chlirchlll, 107; King Neptune, 122. a-Kcciic cntr). Fourth race-Plmllco Serial Handicap. No. 1, threc-vinr-olils and up, three quarters of u mile. Itoamer. ITU, Ivewcs sb, 105: Hubert Hradley. 107, a-Cello. 101, Cock o' tho Walk, 11, Stromboll. 121: Hackbay, 101; Coquette, US. Hester Prvnnc. 102. Sir Lilgnr, 109: Tlinrnhlll, 109. a-Carblde. 100; Harry Blinw, 109 a-Tyrco entrj Fifth race Handicap: thrae.jcir-olds and up; six furlongs. Lady Kdwlna. 101; Nanshon, 102; Lnenre, 92. Humilia tion. 100; Helnmoiir. 101; Sondmarsh, 110; Clarhage, 102; foe Finn, 17; Preaump tlon, 108. Fair Helen. 1M; Water Welles, 101; Itellectlon, 'iJ, Platitngenet, "S; Klla llrvaon, 101, Jim Hase, 91. Ilrlar Path, l', Wanda J'ltzcr. 10",, I'ulliix, W Sixth race-Hclllug, handlcup, three-cai-otds and up, one mile and a six teenth Afterglow, 97, Cliff Edge, !i, Kazan, 97, Luther, J0I, The Hump lOi, Altumnha, lmij (lallop, 109; Louise Trav els. 103, Ham mick, 101; Uurwood, los, Hester, 'i9j i,ndy Splrltuclle. 103; Scorpll, 1"7. . Seventh lacn Belling. handicap; thrcc-j ear-olds and up, one mile and a sixteenth Woden, I'd, Nosh, 97, Man son, 97; Haby Slater 102, Alheiia, 111. Menlo Park, 101, Mar) land Olrl, in. High Tide, lto:- Uamboi, 101, Hoger floidon. 100, Ida. Clalir. lft, Dom Moran. 101. Heethoven, 101. Apprentice allowance claimed. Weathtfr clear, track fast Mohawks Will Meet Mayflowers on Sunday The Mohawk Athletic Cuh will battle the I S 8 Mn flower team In a gam" of football on Mindsv. November 7, at heventeenth and D streets it 2 3C o'clock. The Mohawks will have their heaviest line-up In the game, as thev will bo rep. resented by Lacaronle, Der, Weaver and neattv In Ihe backfleld with Hav den and fichofleld nn the flanks The tackles will be Vermillion and Donltv, while Tower will be In center. Columbia Is Undecided About George Brickley NEW flltK. Nov. II -Columbia Is apparent!! as for as ever fiom a defi nite stand as In whether It will 01 will not meet 'Irinlts on the gildlron on Noiembei 13 After a -cslon tint last ed for bonis, the unlvtiMtv commit tee on athletics adjourned eailv vestet dav lnotulng without icichlng a stand clthei wav Anothci meeting will be called on Mondav. 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