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AAWWWWMMMVWMVMWMVVWA THE TIES' COMPLETE SPORTING PAGES MMMWWVWMVMWWWWMMVM)MWMMI Wisfemgton Will Have (ton Army-Navy Battle Caap Lee Bern Wil WerkatFitMUcPark yViAiVMVMMWW Sinned Against Samuel Steve Is Always Looking For Help (Copyrtrot, 1J1T, by X. If. S.) AT GRIFFS' PARK ARMY-NAVY CLASH TfcVV vHV Tyo h i-0O- HERt-TJOiiTCHft -? !2 SSiS&A ToRXt f 01 K. STEVE, VO JCEW THrVT L "HV TO SL.flrlDtT SftrA --03G,rl6 rrtt HEfWltSTl f, T IIIIIIIBibsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssMJ "rVHT VfiO XVEr? gcMHS TO STbf COMES TOMORROW By LOUIS A. DOCGHER. Washington will have an Army- N'avy game of lta own tomorrow at American League Park, Eddie Ita lian's Marines from League Island Nary Yard, Philadelphia, lining up against the soldiers from Camp Lee, Petersburg, Ta. With former col lege stars on both teams, one of the warmest battles ever staged in the Capital Is expected. With so muT uniformed men In Washington, there Is ture to be a mill tary tinge to the atmosphere- it the ball park tomorrow. Knlly S.O0O soldiers from Camp Lee and Camp Mpadi will be on band to cbeer for the dbugr,bo)s, while abojt 2.000 marines from Quan tieo. Va will bolster us the special cheering section coming from Phila delphia. The two elevens are expected to face each ether thusly: . Marines Avery (Pennsylvania), left end: Dale, left tackle: Gardner. left guard: Wray (Pennsylvania), center: P. Garlow (Carlisle), right guard; Wood, rlgbt tackle; Donovon (Penn sylvania), right end; Peacock (Kan sas), quarterback; Williams (Penn sylvania), left half; Scott (Lafayette), Tight half; Mahan (Harvard), full back. Camp Lee Ward, left end; Lang, left tackle: Miller (Case), left guard; Jenkins, center: Rupert right guard; Rhodes (West Virginia), right tackle; Lean, right end; Crouth. quarterback; Sanook (Carlisle), left half; Leighty (Georgetown), right half; Anderson (Penn Stats), fullback. Tomorrow's game Is due to start promptly at 2:30 o'clock. Hogan vs. nogam. It will be fiogan vs. Hogan tomorrow, too, oome.to think of 1L. At Xieagua Island they call Capt. Regl eald Hogan. Rex Hogan. .Down at Petersburg Is Capt. Robert Hogan. but ha Is- known as plain "Mike" Hogan. Bex Is In charge of the Marine Corps .lares, while his brother is serving Uio tataresta of the Camp Lee soldier team. Which U -to meet the Marines tomorrow. Tec, and there's another Hogan in the aerrlce, too. soon to make his appear sacs la Washington. At Camp Meade ZieuL Vernon Bogan is connected with Che football management. Lieutenant Sogan Is known as "Patsy" to ,hls friends. An three. Horses ere brothers, but brotherly love win have no place to--"morrow at American League park. Nothing like that. Eddie Malum Will Play. Positive announcement came .from Philadelphia today that Eddie Mahan. former aU-Amerioaa halfback when with Harvard. wiU appear in the Marines haclrflflfl tomorrow. His ailing leg has healed and he has recovered his strength, sad he is expected to be a powerful factor in the Marines' offense. The Camp Lee eleven Is to have a short signal drfll at Potomac Park to .day. The aquad of thirty-live players stayed at the Marine Corps barracks last night. The League Island team is due to ar rive here lata today, holding Its final practice this morning .under the stirewd eye of Bob Folweil. coach of the Penn sylvania eleven. Dartmouth's varsity eleven, intent on defeating Its ancient enemy. JzolZtoeim!$ "Pledged to Quality" Fourteenth St at New York Ave. Mr. Goldheim Talks "What 8 the Excitement, Mr. Goldheim?" "The unexpected has happened," he exclaimed. "Just secured eighty five Suits this season's standard $25 and $27 values and I'm going to share the snap with first comers at $19 'What are they like?" l "They are different," he con tinued, "because they are better than any suits you've ever seen for the ? money. "All fresh, new goods, direct from the makers. Plain English Cut Coats with trench pockets for conservative dressers and a wide range of young men's Belters all 'round and half 'round belts." "Early buyers can choose from Blue, Green and Brown Flannels, or Brown, Gray and Tan Scotch Mix tures o it'll pay to be early." I Fun In Football There is fun in football, even if the serious tide, is exaggerated on every side, and Sol Metzger will tell readers of The Washing ton Times something about grid iron humor in his next feature story for you lovers of the great fall game. Maryland Staters will be par ticularly interested in Metxger's story,for an incident at Annap olis is'described, bringing in some College Park boys. - Brown, tomorrow, at. Boston, Is wasting no time. Though heavy snow was falling, the Hanoverians went through their signal practice and then engaged in a short scrimmage. They're rugged fellows, these Hanoverians. Fritz Pollard, Brown's colored half back, is Ineligible to play for the Brunonlans this "year, but he is doing good work on the second eleven. Hardly a day passes but brings with it a story of his prowess against the varsity. George Beavers, Jr.. of West Point, will referee the Rutgers-Newport Naval Reserves game at Brooklyn tomorrow. Edward B. Cochems, of Wisconsin, a former coach In the Middle West, will act as umpire. E. T. Madden, of Tale, has been selected to be linesman. The Thanksgiving Day battle be tween Rutgers and Lehigh at the Polo Grounds, New York, .has been called off. Foster Eanford Is now looking for a suitable opponent. CARLISLE CALLS IT OFF. CARLISLE, Pa,fov. 23. Owing to a loss of many first string players through injuries, the Carlisle In dians' management has called off the game with Boston College, sched uled to be played in Boston Thanks citing Day. .95 TECH WILL LOSE TRACK COACH, WHO WfLL JOIN ARMY Technical High School will lose Its track coach, "Happy" Hardell, on Tuesday, when that worthy hikes it out to Camp Meade to Join the selects. Hardell, a former Tech track cap tain and a University of Michigan athlete of prominence under Keene Fltxpatrick, has been taking charge of the Tech youngsters this fall. Hardell has gotten together a fine bunch of youngsters and says he ex pects Tech to do well during the win ter and spring. The Tech athletes are looklnr for a track coach to take charge imme diately. Tech has Walter McNamara back at school this year and several point winners 'from last season. In cluding Bosley, Aarooson, Clarke, Boaley, the Carpenter boys, and one or two others. MATHEWSON NOW AFTER PIRATES' STAR BOXMAN CINCINNATI Nov. 23 Before Johnny McGraw is able to purchase Al Mamaux from the Pittsburgh Pi rates, he will have to outbid Christy Mathewson, manager of the Redland- ers. Matty Is out in earnest to ouua up a winner here, and he thinks Ma maux win greatly strengtnen nis mound staff for 1918. Barney Dreyfuss, thus far. has not given Matty much hope of obtaining Mamaux. but the pitcher has gone on record as refusing to play In Pitts burgh again, and so Barney may listen to reason during the annual session next month in New York. CHAPLIN IN RING. Charlie Chaplin, the film star, and Ted Lewis, former welterweight champion, will put on a bout at San Diego, Cat, for the soldiers tomor row. They will wear pillows and Chaplin is under heavy bonds not to kick. BRADEN GOES TO ITALY. Physical Director Braden, who has been in charge of athletics at Camp Meade, has been ordered to Italy, where he will work with the Italian srmy along the same lines as In this country. In his absence Lieut. Jack Sheahan will run athletics at Admiral, with Lieut. Qui Welch coaching the officers' football eleven. INDIANA TEAM 8TRIKES. BLOOMZNGTON. IncL, Nov. 23. Claiming that tha faculty did not take the customary three weeks to Investigate the eligibility of Full back Howard and Guard Ewers, the Indiana University squad has gone on a strike, and will not meet Purdue. WEALTHY AMERICAN TO REBUILD FRENCH TOWN PARIS, Nov. 23 The Inhabitants of the little town of Dunsur-Meuse are convinced that, after all, there is a lot In a name. For, thanks to the fact that its patronymic happens to be the same as that of a wealthy and generous American, the ravages caused by war will soon be made good. The munici pal council of Dun-sur-Meuse has met In Paris to ne preseniea 10 us -godfather," who has undertaken to re build the town. CLARTDGE V"ta "Xhanr BiTI JOtROW BSBBBT A9 -SSSBSnElffii &m&&r&& HIGH SCHOOL BOYS TO CLOSE SERIES Business and Technical wind up the high school championship football series in Central High School stadium today. The Tech lads are picked to win by a goodly margin, as Business has shown nothing to warrant the prediction that it will stand' a ghost of a chance to even score on Tech by straight football. The Manual Trainers are expecting to defeat Business by at least four touchdowns, and are in better shapr now than they have been for some weeks. Tech will put Its best team on the field. Johnny Barnes, Tech's cap tain, who sustained a broken leg early in the year, will probably be In the line-up. Gurevlch has been shifted to fullback and Shrider to quarter. The line-up follows: Tech. Position. Business. Krucoff L.E.. . . Shaffer Barnes. L.T White Adams L.G Allard Greenwood ....Center RIchter Moore ....... ...R.O Davis Clarke R.T Nasti Wardwell R.E Williams Schrlder Q.B King Bosley L.B Schneider cerpenter ... .11.11 ureyrus Guervlch F.B Ready The game Is called at 3 o'clock. C A. Metzler. of Central; Jack Burnett, Eastern's coach, and Edmund Gibson, are the officials. JOEWEST AFTER BOUT TO ASSIST RED-CROSS If there is any featherweight or lightweight boxer In Washington willing to assist the Red Cross he can be sccommodated by Joe West, whose right name Is Joe Weston. Juvenile actor with the "JIalda of America" company at the Gayety. West wants to put on a short bout to day or tomorrow, all the proceeds 19 go to the Red Cross Before retiring from the ring seven yesrs ago. West met such good men as Battling Nelson, Abe AttelL Jimmy Erltt, Leach Cross, and Charlie White. TOMORROW'S GAME8. Camp Lee vs. Philadelphia Marines. at American League Park. Camp Meade vs. Usaacs, at Allen town, Pa. Camp Devens vs. Cams TJoton. at Polo Grounds, New York. Newport Naval Reserves vs. Rut gers, at Ebbets Field. Brooklyn. Army vs. Boston College, at West Point. Brown vs Dartmouth, at Boston. West Virginia vs. West Virginia Wesleyan, at Clarksburg. Notre Dama vs. W. and J., at Wash ington, Pa. Carlisle vs. Pennsylvania, at Phila delphia. 1 Chicago vs. Wisconsin, at Chicago. Lehigh vs. Lafayette, at South Bethlehem. Gallaudet vs. V. H. L. at Lexington. Swarthmore vs . Haverford, at Swarthmore. Indiana vs. Purdue, at Bloomlngton. Johns Hopkins vs. St. John's, at Baltimore. V. P. I. vs. Roanoke, at Blacksburg. Richmond vs. Randolph-Macon, at Richmond. Syracuse vs. Michigan Aggies, at East Lansing. Columbia vs. New York U, at New York. Bueknell vs. Dickinson, at Carlisle. SCHEDULES GAMPP. Gonzaga High School has scHed-l I .C """loan games witn Ioy ala Preps of Baltimore. The games will be nlitvaif In Tl.i.i - 28 and In this city February 28. FOOTBALL U. S. MARINE CORPS va. S19TH INFT. CAMP LEE AMERICAN LEAGUE PARK, JIOTWIBW H, IDF, V I !Muai " o-uiis ana f sur BOWIE RACES November 19th to 30. Inc. Sevei Races Each Day FIntRaceat 1:45 P. M. Special trains leave White Heme Ctatlea lSlIS. I3l30. and 1-.JS t. w. ABMIS3I0M $1.65 LAIIES $1.10 ONSTADIUMFJELD FRED RICE SAYS "OIED," THREE O'BRIENS ANSWER Any time Coach Rice, of- the Cath olic University hollers, "Oh, Ed O'Brien?" he gets a triple reply. There are three of them. This is a fact, "posltlvel," as Able says, and one of the most unusual things ever happening on an athletic team. Trying out for C U. in basket ball are three O'Brien boys, and each one is named Ed O'Brien. They are no relation to each other, and, save for a-sllght trace of Hibernian blood, are different as could be Imagined in build and characteristics. Now, Ed L. O'Brien is the captain of the Catholic University basketball team, and as Don McKIaney, manager-elects Is near the Eiffel tower, in Paris, w,ith. the American expedi tionary force, Ed W. O'Brien is man ager of the team. ' Third One Tries Out. The third Ed O'Brien, whose name is Ed A. O'Brien. Is trying out for the varsity along with Ed L. and W. The three Eds, one mlgnt almost say Three Graces, stand an excellent chance of making the varsity, accord ing to reports. Capt. Ed OBrien was one of the best forwards in the South Atlantic sestlon last year, and Ed W. O'Brien played guard awhile last year. The third Ed Is trying for forward tbla year. If all tnree crurlena land berths on the varsity the official scorer is going to have a tough time of it in the Intercollegiate Basketball League. Never Saw Each Other. The Catholic University captain halls from Northampton, Mass. Man ager Ed W. O'Brien comes from Troy, N. T.. and Ed A. O'Brien comes from up Springfield, Mass- wsy. So far as can be learned, none of the O'Briens ever heard of each other be fore landing at C U. Gallaudet will make no appoint ment of basketball coach until the football season is over. It is thought that Fred Moore, who Is handling the football eleven at present, will take charge of the tossers as soon as he gets through on the gridiron. Gal laudet will have Kenneth Wlllman, who played center and guard, as cap tain this season. Henry S. Austin is msnager of the basketball team. "Reds" Wilson and "Baldy" Heist are the only veterans fro-n last year's basketball team at George Washing ton University. Charle Allen, who played for awhile last J ear, is man ager of the team this season. Heist Is the probable selection as captain this year as Harmon, captain elect and center last year, failed to re turn. Coach Curley Byrd, of Maryland State, ssys he will have difficulty In putting a team on the floor this win ter. Many State boys will leave for the third officers reserve camp slated Wherein A D. Worth the Sum of Five Dollars Here's a case where you pick up $4.95 on a 5 cent invest ment and you can do it every day. Jump The BffiBER-KAUFMAN QOM 901-9 Eighth for January, it is understood. More than fifty men have left State since October 1 to enlist in some branch of the service. Two Western High School lads, Donald Herron and Johnny Johnstone, of the basketball team of last season, are trying out for the G. W, U. team under coacu Bertram Groesbeck. Georgetown has already slated fe basketball game with the Allentown ambulance corps, team to be played In Allentown on February 7. " The Allentown quint will probably lack nb opponents during the winter. There Is a big gap in the District Intercollegiate Basketball schedule from December IS to January 12, oc casioned by the fact that the colleges stage their mid-year examinations and the annual Christmas holidays in tervene. The fact that Georgetown Univer sity has announced lta annual track meet to be staged in Convention Hall will probably start activities on the boards as soon as the date is an nounced. HARVARD HOCKEY TEAM WANTSTO.PLAY GAMES CAMBRIDGE. Mass- Nov. 23. Har vard may place an informal hockey team on the Ice, after all. xnere is a movement among the students with this end In view, and W. J. Louder back, goal tender on the freshman team last year, with others, has talked over the situation witn -Manager Lombard, of the Boston Arena. The university authorities are not disposed to favor such a team, but In all probability will not Interfere it the students themselves decide to go ahead. The plan of the athletic of fice was to have a regimental league with the olck of the company players meeting; neighboring schools, men an informal team on the ice. Harvard can play as many games this winter as In the past. It not more, dui iney will be against prep school teams, and probably put on In tha afternoon at the Boston rink. A number of last year's freshman team are In college. Including Walker, thebrllllant captain. None of the 1917 varsity returned this fall. If the powers behind the formation of the Informal! win out, the team will probably be coached by theolayers themselves. PHIL8 TAKE WARNING. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 23. It Is unofficially announced that the Phillies' playing contracts for 1818 will contain a clause providing lor revision or cancellation should the war Interfere. with baseball enough to hurt. C. Car Fare Is a street car, lay down a car ticket, ride till you get to the B-K store on 8 th street S. E., slip into a smart suit or overcoat, pay the price on the sleeve ticket then smile at yourself as a good business man you've saved exactly $4.95. Our "location out of the high rent district enables us to beat all other stores on prices, and hundreds of men will tell you so. All the new patterns the same old-time quality in c Suits and Overcoats $15 to $30 Save Exactly $4.95 Street 1$. E. PREPSCHOOLBOYS BAnLE FOR TITLE ON FRIENDS' FIELD Army and Navy Preps and George town Preps stage their annual prep school title battle today. on Friends' Field. Both elevens are primed for tne contest and a fast game la ex pected. The Arnv and Navy Preps have had an in-and-out 'season, losing their last start to the Episcopal High School lads. The Georgetown Preps have conquered three of the high school teams here and have lost de cisively to Central's crack eleven. ,Both teams boast several of the best players in scholastic ranks. In Hogan, Kyle, and Williams the Army and Navyjads have three of the best all-around men seen on the scholastic fields this season. The Preps have Piamondon. Cooke. Daly, and Wise, all of whom have done creditable .work. The Army and Navy lads are expecting their hardest game of the year. Georgetown Preps recently scored a S8 to 0 score on Western and. are ex pecting to hold the bigger and mora experienced Prep eleven all, the way. 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If Rutgers- can win. it will have a vaUd claim to high ranking for the year. v .Notre Dame's contest at Wsshlng ton, Pa with Sol Me tiger's-W. and J. team, should be worth, seeing if only Tax Its exhibition of forward passing. Both teams excel at this form of attack. Notre Dame is a favorite. k The Camp Meade officers wOl tackle the famous Csaaes at Reading. Pa. Georgetown Is greatly Interested in this game, for the Vsaaca are dua here Thanksgiving, and Camp Meade visits the HJlltop-on December 8. Other classy performances should be Army vs. Boston College, St. John's vs. Johns Hopkins, Lehigh vs. Lafay ette. West Virginia vs. West Virginia. Wesleyan. Camp Devens vs. Camp Upton, and Chicago vs. Wisconsin FORDHAM MAY REPLY. -" NEW YORK Nov. 23 Fordham Uni versity's athletic authorities, thouzh Inclined to be alien V regarding Cor nell's charges of rough playing- last 8atuWay? may reply soon concerning the Ithacans report- that Du Moe. the star end from Syracuse University. 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