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M THE WASHINGTON TIMES; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1910. " , : -rr , , - , Gulf port Makes Bid to Have Grittmen Train ThereOld Fox Greets Emissary i t ' - ; ( GULFPORT SEEKING GRIFFIN TO TRAIN THERE NEXT SPRING Special Representative of City's Mayor Visits Manager Grif fith Here. ALL CENTERS ON DIAMOND Garry Herrmann Replies t,o Dave Fultz's Latest "Yell" About Unfairness. By LOUIS A. DOUGHER. Manager Clark Griffith Is today con Mentis n proposition to tnko his bnll "lub to Oulfport, Miss., next spring for Its nnnuut training stunt. ,E. A. McCoy, an attorney from Qulf port. noting for tho mayor of thru city, tendered to tho Old Fox Inst night an Invitation to'huvo tho Qrlffmcn train there. "I'havo made no decision in the mat L?r..of a training plnco," Manager Orlf fUth replied to McCoy, "and shall lio pleased to consider Oulfport. If It has n trass diamond, I muy bo willing to go thcro, other thlngH being equal. A kln' diamond, though, will ollmtnato tho city." McCoy offered tho Washington club tho freedom of tho city, rooms In tho best hotel In tho South outsldo of I aim Beach." assurance that tho cll mat Is Ideal for training and a square lal all around. Tigers Trained There. Tho Detroit Tigers tralricd at Gulfport In 1914 and woro satisfied with condi tions, though hoavy and consistent rains caused them to lone much needed prac tice. However, that was a rainy spring evorywhero In tho South and tho Tigers did not blamo tho wetness upon tho city. Oulfport Is situated directly on tho Clulf of Mexico, whero bathing facilities Mo excellent. McCoy expatiated on tho good drinking water to be found and left for homo satisfied that the Grlftmen may bo seen In his home town next spring. Griff Wanted Macon. "I was expecting to take my team i to Macon, da.," explained Manager ' Griffith to McCoy. "Tho New York' Yankees were to move to Dayton, Fla., ' nnu i was 10 taxe tneir place at Mncon. But the decision of Captain Huston to omaln nt Macon at loast another year uplked my plan, and so now I am In tho field for n proper place. "What I want In my training camp Is good water, plenty of bathing fa cilities, giound high enough to offer a bracing climate without being subject ' to cold winds, u good hotel and a grass diamond. If Gulfport can provide theso icqulrcments, I may go to Gulfport." Herrmann Replies. Garry Herrmann, chairman of tho National Commission, takes his pen In hand to refute the charges of bavo Fultz that "ball players Injured In the line of duty are paid only for the first twdt weeks of their illness." "This Is not u fuct." says Herrmann. "and the commission has at all times j ruled that a player must bo compen sated when Injured in tho scrvlco or j a club, regardless of the length of the period or ins injury, or else he given his rclcaso after a corlnln period." Now Dave has the next movoi HauRliton Sells Stock. Percy D. Haughton, president of the Boston Braves. Is said to have nego tiated sales of largo blocks of stock In the club to New England millionaires, especially Ogden Goelet. Before becoming n. magnate Haughton was a stock brok er, and knows whero the big money can bo found. fc Joo Lannlng has Informed Ban Johnson that no rrltielsm of John K. Tener's Induced him to sell hlc Red Sox to Fra zeo & Wnrd. So there's another per fectly good story killed deader'n a door nail. Ban ohnson and Charlie Comlskey ore In Wyoming, looking for enough wll ' " 'A In which to erect a hunting lodge. Tlic South Atlantic taaguo has decided to abolish the "split sonson" next year, und will adopt u straight season of 100 games. Charleston Firse Sacker To Get Trial With Cards BT. LOUIS, Nov. 10.-8chuyler Brit ton, owner of tho Cardinals, an nounces tho purchase of First Base man Williams from tho St. Paul club of tho American Association. That club has novpr used him, hlivlng Just dratted him this fall from tho Charles ton team W tho South Carolina League. Williams was discovered In tho brush by Scout Bob Connery, who recommend ed that tho local club pick him up. St. Paul was fortunate enough to grab him In the draft. Ho Is said by Connery to bo un ldcul tleldcr, a second Hal Chaso. Llko Mini, ho throws with his left hand and bats from the right sldo. Thus far tho similarity on tho other hand, ho bntted .270 with Charleston. Ho Is a big, rangy fellow, young, and, Con .ncry says, capable of development into a great player Catarrh Hurts More Than Ts Realized Because Catarrh ivfferts the 'nose and throat, causing soreB In the nos trils, stoppage of alr-pasagen and Katherlmr In tho tin oat, it has been common prnctlco lo treat Catarrh by lotions, washes nnd spravn applied to these paittt This mode of trentmont by Itself is entirely wrong. It cannot Klvu putmani'itt luliof, and sometimes nggTnv.ites tho trouble. Catarrh cannot be tilded with. If allowed In run oi, It will disease the bronchial 'tubes, settle on tlio lungs, tho htom nuh Indeed It Is u vorv surlou3 dls casio. Don't treat It locally. .Iho fact that it cuuacn heudurhes is proof that It is caused by Impure and' diseased blood Tho ono treatment that has proved most effective In the treat Where they Roll Tonight. District Itoyals vs. Continentals, at Iloyal. National Capital G. P. O. vs. Palace, at Palace, Masonic Lebanon vs. Naval; Na tional vs. Pentalpha: Stansbury vs. Osiris, at Royal. Arcade Washington Railway A. A. vs. Officials, at Arcade. Commercial Merchants T. and 8. vs. Barber and Ross, at Palace. Columbia nafterys vs. Congresslon ns, at Columbia. Georgetown Commercial Alleghenys vs. Terminal Lunch, at Cleoraetuwn. Departmental Treasury vs. Commis sioners, at Palaco. Bankers Second vs. Dank of Wash ington, at Casino. Agrlculturo Interbureau Solicitor vs. Animal Industry, at Casino. tiureau of Printing and Engraving Reds vs. Machinists, at Rathskeller. J tuwuui inn marines vs. aommana, at Capitol Hilt. Knights nf Columbus Trlnldadn vs. Isabellas: Ovandos vs. Christophers, at National Capital. Postoftlce Delivery vs. Supervisory, at Postofflce. Capital City Jowels a. Ilaveuners, at Rathskeller. Mt. Pleasant Newtona vs. Pirates, at Arcade. Navy Yard Foundry vs. Mlseeltanous, at Capitol Hill. Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. General Offlco vs. Southern, at Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. Bureau of Standards Sharpshooters vs. Crackcrjacks, at Palace. Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Construction vs. Contract: Cashiers vs. Engineer : Interdepartmental vs. Audi tors at Grand Central. Interstate Fourth flection vs. Cost Bureau, at Arcade. Hyattsvillc Coinots vs. Old Boys, at Hyattsvllle. GOLF PROFESSIONALS HAVE MANY EVENTS At Least Fifteen Courses Have Already Announced Dates. Although tho 'competitive golf season fur professionals In tho South Is still some threo months away those who go In quest of purses have, already been as sured of moro prizo money than ever before. Right now and tlio list Is no whero near complete mention may bo mado of at least fifteen courses where the pros will have a chance to play for money. Thus far few actual dates have been decided upon, though at Bellealr, Fla., It Is understood that the West Coast open championship will tako placo on February 27. 28, and March 1. In that tournament. In addition to a JTOO first prize, there Is also a $1,000 shield upon which tho winner has his name Inscrib ed. This tournament last winter was won by Macdonald Smith, who during the last season has been located at tho Greenwich Country Club. Rumor has It, by the way, that Smith will not be ecn nt Bellealr during tho coming winter. Tho way It looks now the professionals when tl'ey rtart South will go first to Plnehuiat: from there to Camden, and then on to Augusta, playing at both the links of tho Augusta Country Club and at Hampton Terrace. They will nlio -have a chance to play at Pino Forest Inn. nt Summervllle. S. C, like wise at Savannah and at Jacksonville. From there the visitors will stop at De Land and then touch at Bellealr for tho tournament previously mentioned. Boca Grande will be visited, as will Ormond and Palm Beach. Working northward again thev will stop at the Ashovlllo Country Club, Charlotte, and again at Plnchurst. , Bancroft Would Have Indians Battle Reds CINCINNATI, Nov. lO.-Buslness Man ager Bancroft, of the Cincinnati Reds, hnt put up a proposition In relation to the spring training trip which Vice President MoRoy and Manager Fohl, of tho Indians are considering. The Reds train at 8hrevoport, La. It is Bancroft's plan that the two clubs get together the last week (n March and plav each othor on their way north, ending their four with three games In Cincinnati, Just beforo tho regular sea son starts. If the Clevelandera turn that scheme down. Bancroft hopes they will consent to play the Reds two games In Louis ville. April 6 and 7, ns that town will not have had nnv baseball, as the Colonels train In Florida and will not reach homo until after that date. Bancroft hopes to put through tho plan whllo at tho meeting in Now Or leans next week. Yale Loses Bingham." NRW HAVKN, Conn., Nov. 10. Robert S. Gingham, veteran halfback on the Yalo football team, who has been out of tho game for two weeks on ac count of Illness, will be unable to play nny moro this season. This was an nounced today by Dr. Greenway, the team's medical adviser. Bingham has an organic weakness, ! nnri thn nhVNlnlnn tnlrl him tn nlnv further would be dangerous to his lieu Ith. Gets a Chicken. MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 10. Rube Pchauor. former pitcher of the Now York Nationals, last season with the Louisville club, of the American Association, and who was drafted this fall bv tho Philadelphia Ath letics, was married hero recently to Miss Martha Chicken, of this city. Schauer met Miss Chicken while he was plavlne with tho Superior team, of (he Northern League, three years ago. They will spend the winter at the pitcher's home In Garrottson, N D. ment of Catarrh Is S. S. S the great est blood tonic known. It relieves the cause of Catarrh by the process of renourlshlng the blood, renewing Ita ' strength nnd vigor, giving new; life to the red blood corpuscles and stlm- I ulatlng the flow so that It has the vitality to throw off the poison and germs from the system. It Is lit erally a blood bath. You quickly feel results. Headaches disappear, the gathering In the throat stops, the nos-.l trlls heal before you rcallzo It you aio well. 8. 8, S. Is a natural blood tonic and has proven effective In the treatment of all blood affections. 1V. I zcmii, Tetter, Rash, Scrofula. Uet . !. S. at your druggist's. If you I need special advice write the Swift 1 Specific Co. Atlanta. Ga Advt. T r-..n....,r- t- . . . ! tntUHULL FOR NATIONAL TITLE Plan League for Tournament Winners Similar Duokplp Organization Suggested. Dy R. D. THOMAS. An effort will be made this season' to bring together tho winners of tho various tf npln tournaments held overy yoar to decide a national champion. Such an organization wo fostorcd by Garry Herrmann several years ago, and bowlers all over the country, It . i i . " ":"" lu "c" ,l Kven a .J' .A.mon tho tournamonts sched uled this .year aro tho A. B. c. at Grand Rapids; A. c. B. A., at Hyra ?.uaeii, atdUlo Western, at St. Louis: 'acltlc Coast. Southern, Ohio Stnte, International, nt Minnesota; Northern Illinois. Windy City. Greater Chicago, and other smallor tourneys. It has beon proposed to bring togeth r tho winners of theso In May. Plans I-hA .i i0ff.al.r' whlcn wore formulated .IK&n'i'J" fn"' ttr? Processing and In dications aro that It will be put 11'. ,alt.hoURh. " ' not altogether improbable that the American Bowling Congress, ruling tcnpln body of tho country, will frown down on It. Hero in SL ;he.A- J1' a hn" 0PPed uch an event, claiming that Its own tourna-m-nti 'V worthy of being called a na tional championship. When the Atlantic Coast Bowling As sociation was organized olio of Its pur poses was to dcclaro n champion small ball roller. This was all right In a Jft.Jn.th,at n" tI,e. bMt duckpln and candlopln bow era of the country were brought together In Its tournaments, considering that tho small game Is roll ed almost altogether In tho Kast. But ri'In.T1; on,,', n sllort wav towald JOMlj determining a champion. Three games each In a tournament Is no nde- ?i ,e Jfir't,10d to ju,lKC of t,,e compara tive skill of many scores of bowlers. Small Pin League Suggested. An n matter of fact, generally It Is the unknowns who win the big tournaments. It seems thnt small ball rollers of the East should endeavor to effect nn or ganization such as that of the tenpln ners only, instead of having the tourna ment champions meet, have the bowlers of various territories rill fifty games or so and select the one In each territory with the highest uverugo to bo Its representative. As with the Interstate Tenpln League, which Is being organized In tho Cast. . "territorial champions of such n duckpln organization would travel from one section to anothor to compete In a round robin affair, rolling ten games to the match. In this way a champion torthy of the title could bo determined. Fr a long time opinion has been dl versllled as to the best duckpln roller. Around this section Harry Krauss and Johnny enth arc looked upon as about ns good as thev come, while In the T.ew Kngland States, another strong hod of duckplns. Paul Poehler nnd Ar chie Christopher, of Boston, aro con ceded to be the best. Other cities boast exceptional performers at tho llt Ur game. To have them scrap It out for a bona llde title would create no end or Interest. Dig Match Tonight. Some roal duckpln rolling probably will be seen nt the Royal tonight when tho Royals and Continentals meet In the Dlitrlet League. Both teams have beon going unusually well, the Conti nentals having been decisively defeat ed only once, at the hands of tho Grand Centrals, while tho Royals boast a rec ord nearly as good. The Continentals lead the leguo with the Royals one feuiiit; uuiuiiu. ju unusual nuinorr m spectators N expected to bo on hand. nn1 hnlll.l ! a ,..r...t ... I. .... mu oiiuuiu me i-iuwtj warniiii 11, .nun nnr KnuixH will have two alley ud- Inlnln.- thn.. an .l.lil.ll. ,Uk .M.nU . Ill ..w. ....., ..u VMI ,.(,11(1 kill; III.IHII Wlfl bo rolled, covered to mako accommoda tions The RoyaK rolling In the Na tional Capital league last night, won three from the Dumbartons with games of Ki. 532. and M0, a dummy, 90, keeping the totals down. Masons Roll Well. Games of COO -or more aro becoming quite the thing in the Masonic League. Another was rolled last night, by Co lumbia against King Solomon. Hclndcl contributed the best Individual game of 153, whllo Krleger had 12S. Oliver, 121, Schmidt. 102, and Chlswell, DC. It was nn Interesting match. The first game was tied at 621, King Solomon winning the roll-off, Columbia won the second. 622 to 4S3. and the third by an even 100 pins. Lafayette got all Its games over COO, and took three from R. II. French, and Harmony grabbed three from Fed eral. Arcadians, In tho Arcade League, had the next best game of the night. Tliuy rolled 677 In the second against the Gandlls, Toms having the biggest count of 136. Heindel cairled Individual lion ors for tho night with a high gamo of 163 and a 3 set. Why Float About for Your FALL HAT? You have 50 styles to choose from, and the wear is guaran teed at $iiM2i VIENNA HAT CO. 410 Ninth St. N. W. Near D St. MINCE PIE "LITTLE OF EVERTHING," Dy "BUGS" BAER. WCCLtV "A leaguer ncedn good big hands to play baseball, but he'd rather have 'cm fn poker." Looking over tho amateur golf rules In Massachusetts, we discover that the rulings on amateur golfers are very strict In that bailiwick. In order to be an amateur In Massachusetts you must , . , , . lie lent fnnu tight feet n height. lie no heavier tlum W7 pounds net. Wear nuspcndera or belt or both or neither. lie owner of at leant one vett. And last, but not fewest, ho must live In Massachusetts to be un amateur. Thu hack'to-the.foll movement Is set tling stronser esch year. It to Mron In the Went U.t ntsioti that nn ump "t nnouxh of It to make u fitrni with escli du'lilon. "When Schalk throws to second base his toss Is so accurate that tho second ibascman doesn't have to tag the run ner, lies out on strlKes. I I Iielng a golf amateur in Matt nchutetta ia almost at difficult at getting wet xchen you fall overboard. I I The Red Hox were slow In getting started last season, but the winners of a marathon doesn't itturt with u sprint, cither. Some Lost Election Bets. John D. Rockcrfeller Is going to let his hair glow. Annette Kellerman will not touch her chin with u razor until a woman Presi dent is elected. New York, New Haven and Hartford will not run on time Until Alabama goes Republican. Kaiser will not visit Paris until Mil wuukeo goes dry, ' Keystone players have to throw a pie In every reel. Jess WiVard must keep out of the bantam class. That's the time to cop the flag. In winter, How the sackers play that bag, In winter, Winning streaks don't strike n snag, Kach team's on h penant Jug, They all share In the series' swag In winter. Answers to Quccric. Job A piece of the canvas that Jack Johtiron flopped dn lnJIavaim I on ex hibition In the Smithsonian Institute. It iookb very cotnrortabic. Flapper Charley Chaplin has his feet Insured for $100,000, but ho ain't a light weight. I (Cupyilfht, lPie. b the Presa l'utillihlnc I Company.) Stokes iytay Play. WKST POINT. N. Y.. Nov. 10 -Johnny , Stokes, tho plehe center from Wash ' Ingtoti, I), C , may start tomorrow's game against Maine He has been com ing abend fust In the last two wee1'. ..unu. wun i apiuin .iicr.wnn on inn in IJiired list. Coach Daly may decide to send HtnKcs into me game. .Maine Is l not expected to be very formidable, and I many reserves will he used by the army. CRACK PERFORMERS LAST NIGHT Helndol, Columbia 1-odsc 1& Klley. Kast Shop, 111 Chsconas, King Solomon, K(i. Tonii, Arcadians, 133. Matttson. Iwifayette, Ki. Krleger. Columbia, 12S. Shade, Harmony. 1C6. Lewis. Royals, 126. Lone. Resolutes, lo. Rawllngs, Gandlls, IX. Mueller, Gandlls, 12. Demar, Midnight Crow, 1H. Zuber, Arcadians, 131. Brccti. Schlltz, 124. Simmons, Arcadians, 122. Gahan, Kntomology, 122. Oliver, Columbia Lodge, 121, Halley. Washington Yacht, 121. Frydell, Midnight Crew, 120. Brand. Genoas. 120. 1 6 eta. aeh, 6 lor SO eta. COJ1TT. PEABODY CrCOJNOAMKiM 4 FOOTBALL 1 C. U. vs. Maryland State Brookland, D. C. Saturday, 3 P. M. 75 Cents Admission Finish 8. A. I. A. A. championship cross-country between halves. M&m sHMBaBMSflsaBBBMMSSSsBlflRSBasari&ajkUMN CRIMSON FAVORITE TO WIN FROM TIGER Horween, Star Harvard Full back, Expected to Be Able to Play Tomorrow.- CAMBRIDan, Mass.. Nov. lO.-Har-Vard rules a favorlto at 10-to-9 to do fcat Princeton hero tomorrow, but thero Is little wagering. Borne of the Crimson coaches think Princeton will bo returned a winner, but most of them aro on the other sldo of tho argument. Horween. tho big punting fullback, may faco the Tigers. Ho practiced yes terday, a heavy bandago covering his Injured arm. Ho had no trouble hand ling tho ball und got In somo good work. Very little work will be done today, as Harvard will give up tho stadium to the Tigers most of tho afternoon. THIRTY-FIVE RUNNERS IN RACE TOMORROW S. A. Cross-Country Finish Be tween Halves of C. U.-M. S. Game. Starting from tho lower gate of Catho lic I'nlverslty after the first period of tho football game between the Brook Innd eleven und Maryland State, thlrty fivo athletes representing Catholic Uni versity, Vliglnla, Johns Hopkins, Mary land State, and Washington and Lee, will race six miles. over roa'da nnd path ways for tho South Atlantic Intercolle- glato cross.couiitiy championship. The finish will be In front nf the gridiron grandstand, hetnetii the halves, the runners completing the lace with onulap n round the field. Richmond Maur, tho Virginia cross country captain, won the event last .year, and Is flguied to be a strong contender thin time. Cuptuln Drlscoll. of Catholic L'nlvcrslty, finished fifth last ear, and Is looked upon as that In stitution' best bet. Hanoverians Practice At Polo Grounds Today NK WYORK. Nov. 10,-Thc Dartmouth football squad practiced at tho Polo Grounds today In preparation for to morrow's clash with Pcnn in Philadel phia. Kvery man on the team Is In gooj condition. VouiiKstrnm, the guard who played such n strong game at Princeton, is once more eligible anil will start ngalnst the Quakers. Duhamel. Thlelscher, Captain Oirrlsh, and Cniuiell will be In the back flcld. SAVE AMERICA? GREATm HOE Value Marvelous! Wonderful!! How do they do it? Are some of the expressions heard in "Brockton Shoe Stores" every day. Our customers are amazed and delighted at the remarkable value, the peerless quality and beautiful style of the famous "BROCKTON SHOE." Truly, the fame of these wonderful shoes has spread like wildfire, and the demand by far exceeds the supply. We could stop advertising today , and yet could not still the demand for this famous footwear Nothing can arrest this dynamic force of quality for in the ""BROCKTON SHOE" it is the permeating spirit. Visit a "BROCKTON" store tomorrow Try on a pair of these famous shoes You'll know then why it's the most popular shoe sold in Washington and America's greatest jihoe value. "BROCKTONS for boys cut your shoe bill in half, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 Brockton Vici Kid Romeos, heavy welted 0 fVOO soles, just the shoe for home comfort. Special. .vDatu TWO "BROCKTON" SHOE STORES t (IN WASHINGTON) 436 Seventh Street N. W. TUi?A"n!fUm.VVB 937 Fenna. Avenue Gridiron Contests Tomorrow Georgetown vs. West Virginia Wes leyan, at Hilltop, 3 o'clock. CMholla University vs. Maryland State, ut Brookland, 3 o'clock, Gallaudet vs. Roanoke, at Roanoke City, Va. , George Washington vs. Eastern Col lege, nt Union Leaguo Park, 3 o'clock. Yalo vs. Browne Navy vs. North Carolina Aggies. Army vs. Maine. Dartmouth vs. Pennsylvania. Holy Cross vs. Bowdoln. Swarthmoro vs. Columbia. . Cornell vs. Michigan. Delaware vs. Bt. John's. Harvnrd vs. Princeton. Vlllonova vs. Gcttyburg. Alhama vs. Georgia Tech. Wetern Maryland vs. Johns Hopkins. Albright vs. Lafayette. I'onn State vs. Lohlgh. West Virginia vs. Rutgers. Syracuse vs. Susquehanna. Georgia vs. Furmah. Davidson vs. North Carolina. Pittsburgh vs. W. and J. Virginia vs. South Carolina. Hrslnus vs. F. and M. V. M. I. vn. Clemson. . V. P, I. vs. Wake Forest. W. and L. vs. Ruckncll. FRITZ MAISEL MAY GO TO BROWN TEAM In That Case, Eddie Plank Cill Be Traded to Yankees. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 10. If Bill Dono van, manager of tho Yankees, Is will ing to mako an even trade of Frita MalseJ for Kddlo Plank, the Brownlos' voteran southpaw, the latter may got his wish of playing with an Eastern club In 1917. It Is understood that Branch Rickey, acting for Manager Jones, Is negotiating this deal. When Frank Baker wan obtained, FrltK Malsel last his Job ns the Yan kees' third sacker. He wan sent to the outfield, but was Injured early In the season, and did lltto work there after. Ills natural position la third base, nnd he did not shine either at second or In tho outfield. Penn Fears Dartmouth In Tomorrow's Contest PIIII.ADKLPHIA. Nov. ld-Ponn fears the weight of the superior Wnrtmouth backlleld In tomorrow's contfit nt Frnnklln Field, and there Is little hel ling on the reaull. Dartmouth Is u o-to-3 favorite, vfllh few takers. Today the Quakers aro resting nt Wayne, far trom the eyes of scouts and experts, who might see some of the new formations. Up It Bobs Again. CHICAGO, Nov. W.-The latest bane ball rumor here today Is that Jack Hen dricks, tho Indianapolis manager, will replace Joe Tinker with the Cubs, nnd that George Stovall, former manager of the Cleveland and St. Louis American League clubs, will head tho White Sox In 1917. -A -DOLLAR W. W.NUXJi;i.npiKa' GEORGETOWN THINKS GAME WILL BE HARD Conquerors of Fordham and Dartmouth Expect Stiff Op position Tomorrow. Gpnrimtnwn ( Mnvtni.iil It.nf If will have no cany tlmo tomorrow winning irom west Virginia wcsioyan. There fore, todav thn first strinir men will Iia given a long practice drill, though It ia unlikely that any ncrimmago will be staged. Most of the athletes who went inrougn the Fordhnm contest aro stiff nnd sore'. It Is on this account that Coach ISxendlne makes no prediction at to tne result tomorrow. Georgetown will start the same team against Wcsioyan that defeated Ford ham on Tuesday. Wcslcyan will play without Captain Miller, who Is out of tho game with Injuries. Jacobs will re place Miller at quarterback. Tho two ctams will line up as follows: Weslevan. PoslMons. uoorgctonn. L. K Pii.nnl, Uorrlson ...... Tsehnnnnl L. T McCarthy Roberta ...L. G. Shownltcr Anderson .... Green , O'Connor ,.. Wheian . Malon'y ....'Ollrov .McQuade Wall .calo Vance Allen Bradley Jacobs Beck Hhumaker Calac .Center ...R. O ...R. T ...R. K ...Q. U ...L.H ...It. II ...F. B srtrtB Irnft VtJhn If we haven't got the overcoat you want, you haven't much chance of getting it in Wash ington. We have so many styles that it's too much of a job to count them! And such won derfully styled overcoats, too such noted makes as Society Brand and Aristocrat-ic Clothes. Coming in? Society Brand Clothes, $20 to $40 Aristocrat-ic Clothes, $15 to $35 Hecht & Co.'s Clothes Shop Seventh St., Near F PI M Li CO MALTiMnnn Marrlni'd JuclMi Clnb Autumn Mrcdnir, .Nov. 1 to 13. 7 Races Dally, Including Steeplechas. ADMISSION, Jl.r.O, Flrt liner. IMS l. M. Fprelal r.U of t'.MO trom Vihlnrtrmby W n anil A , Including Admlnslon lo Track, iHwasmw , 4