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THE WASHINGTON 'TIMESJ FRIDAY? NOVEMBER 1J 19i6.
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Pet. 0 1.000 1 .600 1 .600 1 .600 2 .000 Central 2 Western 1 Tech 1 Business 1 'Eastern 0 Today's game Central vs. Tech nical, 8:16 p. m., American League Park. Referee, S. J. Gass, Lehigh. Umpire, Hunter McGuire, Harvard. Linesman, Lieutenant Shaffroth, U. S. N. Time of periods, 10 minutes. Next game Eastern vs. West ern, Tuesday won out ovr Eastern ftnd Tech anil have an awarded same from Hunlncsa. Kplflcopil has been able to defeat Cen tral and Technical and Is looking for n victory tomorrow. Western scrlmmngcd for nn hour with the Preps yesterday arid showed a vast ly Improved cloven over anything shown this season. OutwclRhed In every position the Red and Whlto wos able to stop the Preps much better than on their last meeting. Wants Games. Francis W. Kernan, manager of Com pany D. First Engineers, !s out with a challenge to basketball teams of reputed fltniullngi Address him at Washington barracks. Eight Players Survive la President's Cup Play Eight players survived yesterday's play for tho President's Cup at Chevy Chase. Matches will be continued to day, with the final round carded for to morrow. Results of yesterday's matches found Rudolph Kauffmann. WalterTuckerman, 8. M. Sterrett. E. M. Weaver. T. A. Clayton, F. T. Waggaman, R. W. Baker, and J. D .Cassells defeated. The sum maries: II. R. Dulany defeated Rudolph Kauffmann. 4 and 3; II. R. Davidson lc featcd J. M. Sterrett. 6 and 4; J. 1 Newbold defeated Walter Tuckerman, 4 and 3; II. Ollphant defeated E. 31. Weaver. 2 up: Col. E. B. Babbitt de feated T. A. Clavtor, 1 up; H. A. allies defeated F. T. Waggaman, 2 and 1: II. M. Southgate defeated R. W. Baker, 3 and 1; E. M. Talcott defeated J. D. Cas sells, 5 and 3. Bresnahan in Hold-up. TOLEDO. Ohio, Nov. 10,-The clock struck two as Roger Bresnahan, of baseball fame "stole home" this morn ing. Two men Jumped from the shadow. Roger ducked as they leaped for him. He drew his revolver and nred. ! "I put that shot right over the pan. Me thinks I winger one of them," Roger I reported to the police today. By BRYAN MORSE. The big high school championship football game of the season is on tap today. Central and Technical, rivals since 1S00, when Tech branched, out as a fledgling in athletics, will battle to day at American League Park. For the first time In many seasons Central Is a hot favorite for the honors. Despite the creditable record of the Central eleven and the rather disap pointing showing of the Manual Train era the gamo Is expected to be a hard fought affair. Central-Tech games have served to bring out the two largest schools In tho city and at tho samo tlmo tho best foot ball team. This year Is no exception. The Tech eleven Is ono of tho largest that has over represented the institution. The eleven coached by C. A. Mctzler is not far behind Tech in the matter of elre, but appears to have a more di versified attack. Is moro speedy and has back of it a creditable record on tho gridiron this season. May Have Saxon. For the first tlmo this season Central may havo Its captain, Johnny Saxon, In tho line-up. Tho team has been, un der the leadership of ' Tabor all year, fiaxon having been with tho Maryland guards. Today Saxon may have a chance to lead his teammates on the field. Another addition to tho Central ranks Is Ochstadt, who was last year's captain. Tech has been strengthened by the acquisition of Flanagan and Schrclder The Manual Trainers havo been pretty well crippled to date, but will put an eleven In tho field which will be sure to Klve Central a stiff argument. When these teams meet both will scrap harder than In any other contest. Spur red on by large student bodies and a plentiful gathering of nlumnl the elevens always put moro Into this annual en gagement than any other In which they perform during the year. Unless all signs fall today's game will be Just as hard fought as any In the paai. icen nas neon oeaien uy episco pal High School, has defeated Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, has won over Eastern and lost to Western. Central Record Better. Central's record Is a better one. De feated In a close game by Episcopal High School, winning out over tho Bal timore Polys and defeating Western and Business, but loslnu to tho City College of Baltimore, Central has tho best of the season's record. Tho wins In the high school series were decisive, and tho Dark Bluo Is oxpcctlng a win of to day's game nnd a win of tho 1917 title. The teams will probably lino up aa follows: Technical Positions Central Carpenter L.E McKlnnoy (Barnes L.T Rcavls Easter L.G Iloagland Parker Center Nash Clarke .... It. a Roberts Willis R.T Tabor Flanagan R.E Kaplan Hchretder Q.I) Guy Bosloy L.II Stroehckcr Wilson R.H Gottlieb Bnydor .-...F.B Long Today'a game mark tho start of tho second half of tho 1916 series. Five games havo been played so far and on the showing of the elevens today will probably depend several All-High Tho Army nnd Navy Preps will plnyf ii'.uiscopui men scnooi tomorrow at Alexandria. The Preps have been de- mk- ill W j!yL. Av Like a "boost" from the boss when youVe anxious-r-they satisfy! When things -are going hard and along comes the boss with a good, cheering word say, doesn't that satisfy? That's the very thing Chesterfields do for your . smoking they satisfy I And yet Chester fielde wp MILD! No cigarette maker can copy the Chesterfield blend. They're the ONLY mild cigarette that sat isfies. This blend is an entirely new combination of tobaccos the biggest new thing in cigarette making in 20 years. . 44 Give me a package of those cigarettes that SATISFY, Why It CouId.Not. "Heyl" yelled the stevedore as they -neyi" yelled the stevedore as they ', were loading explosives for the allies;! 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