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fndoor Sports - - - t. 7 " r The Av By L A D H whe ot Hiloprs tak' h il aantFrha nvriy reTed inov gooonitin foratd comt Theopuein whIte TheHiltops iges boe withou thes etra Cat Werscat cente kdvngn wentea placefoer the New Yoers attack. Fordham'iesicap wine Fitlpatrik ise notd in the etofae and mh ayteno Jstrt.-H 1 brokeiansmall beongetoin hs ritutpe ovt isHl ridl and, necesary he mlay ay.-cr i it otnCleg.Bt lvn he reotur n o o Ocondin tor they' cotsTeopnnhsl emwill beun at itso'bestfnorde te fiWs Hlaingpefr dand aed O'Cnll arei i excte to ecive hi ong n h midl ofhegg ne Wavteing pwak O'Conel ook neNeYokr'atc.yFdhm a beind teoyCrss otnal bone nw hileaw st ut ant tr *t ~~~ heln fulldl aeghnIdditoO'onl 1! nacsbrillan deeie end, being. Tahete r n ofrst 'nnl to th Gorgetown' lietpeans ac are x-Hnopes ated toashine toaye. BohFlnc Qade andKnonn are exet rcarivers oda Elvn f ahl iton as. DuCourl thek ne behnrteackCos foal ine Jahile otfllney's .footsteps onth r'odel to a e il 1ta r .illn dfour iv shou d, bein at the r h Ps Go twn be t oy. ttolst re apes sGeorgetown's b ut hex Hal. ....LE., , Shas ao s ron t a . lminM- Flo.... .T..Top hiae nt non College, r wh c ris litt e nnn....G ..Cmt L aore ct n s u or high cho i n e o Ball.....C .....G g ailtyrha m as olwnt run up ki manyge..R G... wee Styo . l go od r shhape again t a i Wod ar ..in-...OConl FordasnIs sron. Torham .. Pos ...Geo Leown. Forhams rcor is not quie a GH ely.........L. E ......FM orence lbfpesale asGeoreton'sbut Falloner........L. T..,...Thompsn q~ngtha toheay scre gaist BrennHan..L G.....omstocku nor thn a ighschol i fot albm friod..R. e G....Sn ey ;Strand........R.nT........Butler tty Woodward....R.iE.....O'Connel Gaey....R H.....Mchereuadeh 1 n College, 101-to-0. Catholic PENN C99CHES iversdty, though, proved a tough losing by a score of 10-to-0. ThatI ed to take a lot out of Fordham, the Villanova game ended in a 13Uke tie in the dark, the Pennsyl-P1c E 9 *6nans really being the winners. ,ben came two big games. Lafay ee, conquerer of Pittsburgh, was to four touchdowns, Fordham ting one. The Maroon clearly out- IN g ST LN ed Boston College last Saturday, g to score largely- because of PHLD PIA No. .-h blesandpenatie. One Myer pedthebal ashe ashd aros PLAEN-A INAS~lN PHLDLHA Nv .-h Unvrit fPnnyvna oce tit liea Bstoia reovein it . yetra-aee f h ok o fWatuhak tevriyta. h aoiyo I~ahD~ehsbe ohrdth euaswr xue fe tymuh al ea o wth aln re inldrl n eekp u rippe habve recoe uficint thatafer ad wPorkueld all ' "Georgetown biggst ohmo gacmeshr toyatArow eau e th hite Hiionded tae thoe faiel aanst player, Uor ivchran. nltaethe gaeadlereanect the haerh Eatr. Teuaityot acametdy Georgetown hs backiueld oilier Hol Croiss Laa forepicorty, but Ggtondition'to ttas fonlos The openin whiar bglee itHilloe wnil b with outee teak Mieterand Wrtehatlenalf ed. Fporham teas not ite b fa p and ayr, futlat. etbrohm hasmall pbayed in hs wrfatbte is ahsligh rapiy ato Thfreen o oegh O yonells to the th- gme perancew ein mans that Hltheopll te teaBudl"b atmard etr the HRW DRoppeDRTMOUTH crowrd asigae Boih magnorence b e Oorkel ae eacellent rceiver. sFOBL ETROM gteowng bye the wayConnl tk on P RIE C ,R . No. . y'hsn gme ol Croe foaturedb while mnwopaagantYln the Georlingetow nsiveng e eng aradtiyerwlrcev thr ibhterto frst toe larktn had oot all Petr Bo n aorditong get ood' vetrain bakh areg to- Haldecis ..on .by the at l ecear ~aate e and Gyo ray nthletears Bentoay. L.G Cmc quteack r heartening inpot Thke Waordeer, R.tainS wer Ays fotstes ton he rnGode to Strard-a--etter to..men.Botlear s gm elfu ishouldop" arner Woowarin . in ths two E- ameCbyel bfs tday lse har -runigttcko onnifmt .vot uponre oeda *. ed andtackewtmocae Tonfthon - L.n H.taff.LoHere gFordhams coahd by nothuiny haeplyed.gai.t. ae H Harvad Moetha oeyacre aansbt ande oartno (armothh.m n le thanle a g n scho iing fotDlu- eo eios itenmnts abltycodrabl thinasorn umany cer- ARARDAN PRNETO Harard formatenstmaye uoed in F RE H E LA O A 3)dety goo he aginstMie.i Wshg, 25to4 savenac sla avtere Wands MRhGM-sNv.-h ilhlKensiyo muha poedble frog frs year'steaso avr n losbaning befsore the Geogia Tch Pincto eethretda hie he laoagaeeddied to tae arlte agatno t Ford ten. 3. ~I ie in C tahe E drk, t eny Tetnaapa vnymth i yan reh ad wlly peing th rt w fihers an- lhv hi a e i . 11. tob for toucdowns totrthat taINm vard han LINtwEo ee hfBcktnd Pullg e tSatfuda hreyarwil rnctnha o twopped the ball asnheadashed acros M' b l. MI2tgsMurar Nmlw wI quw SO4PAM rnational Film Service and 1) ARMY IS PRIMED FUHNOTHEOAK[ AT PLAINS TOIBAT Biggest Crowd Which Ever Wit nessed Game at West Point Expected. WEST POINT, N. Y., Nov. 5. Army and Notre Dame are ready for their annual football contest on the Plains gridiron today. The biggest crowd Which ever watched football at West o expected to witness the contest. The Notre Dame squad, thirty five strong, arrived at noon yester day from South Berd, Ind. They are big, physically, and in the lim bering-up drill which they held on the Army's field, looked the typical Notre Dame outfit With all its shifty plays and a varied assortment of air line tosses. Army also worked out in a brief signal practice yesterday. Notre Dame wi_Jj miss George Gipp, de ceased, hero of last year's contest, and Army will be minus the sergices of French, star back, who also per formed spectacularly in the game of a year ago. Knute Rtockne, the Hoosier coach, said today if Army in sitonger than it was a year ago the Cadets ought to rin. He says his eleven I weak er than it was last season. Army's head coach, Charley Daley, was non ommittal, but an undercurrent of feeling in the Army camp is that the dets will win. The field Is heavy, due to the rains prevailing early in the week. The probable line-uops follow: Army. oda is tre an Storck ......... L > his . we Goodman ...... LaT . army Garbisch ....... I.G ...Adro Green (C'pt.).... C De wa hn Breidster..... . an Enderrn of Mulligan.... I . . . W hite..... R T. . .... .. ha Johnson .l . evy. . due.t tera.ns Army. Pos. Notre Dame. ichrdk-.-...-L. E. ....... .-Kiley ma . L. T. .........Garvey GarbiaL..G.......0H. Anderson Gred ... -. . ...........Mehre Breier -h . E. E. Anderson iC.) Muligan---It, G.........Dooley Whit-------R. T.-.......-.Shaw oho...Q. B.-..........rant Richards.-.-..-.. LB.-......Mohardt Smythe........ RB.-.......Conkhn Wood.......... FB.-........Wynne Officials--Ed. Thorpe. De Le Mal.e, referee; Cochems, Wisconsin, umpire; Kereberg, Harvard, lineman; Costello, GJeorgetojpn, field jtudge. Barnes Is Winner. J. T. Barnes yesterday won the championship of the Washington Golf and Country Club by defeating John C. Davidson, 1 up at thirty-eight boles. The match was close through :>ut, neither ever being more than 2 up. Georgetown vs. Fordham, at American League Park, 2:30 o'clock. Catholic University vs. William and diary, at Newport News, Va. Maryland vs. Yale, at New Haven. George Washington vs. Washington C'ollege, at Chestertown, Md. Gallaudet vs. St. John's at Annapo Harvard at Princeton, Nebraska at Pittsburgh. Notre Dame at West Point. Bucknell at Navy. Kentucky at Centre. Clemson at Georgia Tech. Marietta at Boston College. Rochester at Colgate. Lafayette at Pennsylvania. North Carolina at V. M. I. South Carolina at Florida. Weesyan at Amherst. Bwarthmore at Stevens. Western Maryland at Delaware. Ohio State at Chicago. Haverford at Johns Hopkins. Muhlenberg at Lehigh. Iowa at Minnesota. Westminster at WV. and J. Auburn at Tulane. Carnegie Tech at Penn State. Morris Harvey at V. P. I. W. and L. at West Virginia. Boston liniversity at Tufts. Cornell at Columbia. Virginia at eoia.a -By Td r- t N9746 I So few CM PVCX 1Mi WI' t$ C 1IS istributed by Goldwyn. LOO K ING By - - - LC Great Is Bu YES, this is football weather, but football, but will read baseball we're discussing Bucky Harris i punt the dropkick and the forward p cussfon all the year around. He is q duced into the major leagues within like a whirlwind at bat last spring, leaders. He fell back appreciably I Washington club was collapsing unde the field too, during those bad we ground harris made records unequal many, many years. He looked lke until the very last week, when Geol young and may come through next y use during the off season. Jimmy Dykes, the Mackmen's4 strong-armed second-sacker, handled seventeen chances in one game. That is one less than the record made by Fred Dunlap, greatest of the oi timers. But when it comes to cov ering ground, Bucky Harris is right there with both feet and both hands. Harris handled eight fielding chances In seventeen games. two more than his closest rivals. Ban croft, of the New York Giants, and Johnson, of the Chicago White Sox. Everett Scott tied him, handling eight chances successfully .in seven teen games. Seven times did Bucky handle nine chances, four times ten chances and five times he took care of eleven hoppers or throws. Once he took care of thirteen chances in the field, which is going some for a second baseman. Sam Bohne, of the Cincinnati Reds. once took care of ifteen chances in the field, and Kilduff, of the Brook lyn Dodgers, once handled fourteen. With Dykes they are the only major leaguers to outstrip Harris, of the Griffmen. Those who equaled Harris in field ing cleanly thirteen chances are Bohne, of the Reds; Parkinson, of the Phillies; Maranville, of the Pirates; Hollocher, of the Cubs; Peckinpaugh, of the Yankees, and McClellan, of the White Sox. It is interesting to note that of those equaling or surpassing Harris, Dykes and McClellan are the only lads achieving the stunt at sec ond base. Billy Evans has told me that he considers Bucky Harris easily the best of the Washington infielders. Most fans watching the team for the last two years have arrived at the same conclusion. Bucky has the most pep, the best fighting spirit (and this takes nothing away from Frank O'Rourke, either), and the quickest brain. With the passing of Eddie Collins, Bucky Harris is fitting himself to slide right into the place left vacant. It is only a short time before fans everywhere will con sider Bucky Harris king of major league second basemen. And That's That. GEORGE H. GRIMES, of 530 House Office Building, rang us up yesterday to ask, "Was the Wash ington club in first place at any time during the 1921 season?" We hasten to reply, "Yes, on April 27, during the brief winning streak at the expense of the New York Yankees. The Griffs were in New York at the time and came home in second place." The Quakers' Dilemma. OHNNY HEISMAN, father of the Georgia shift, has not been exactly a success at P'ennsylvania, but he is not wholly to blame. He has another year to run on his present contract and he may need it to make a respect able showing. Last year he failed be cause he tried a new system with men unaccustomed to it. This year he lacks suitable material and, in addi tion, his schedule is to rough. Last fall Hteisman said that the 1920 schedule was too strong for the Quakers. He selected the teams to be played this fall. Now they are found I too powerful. For instance, today Penn must meet lAfayette, winner over Pittsburgh and Rutgers. The Quakers will probably lose today, just as they lost last weekc, to a team play ing Warner football at its best. Tt in to he expec'ted that next fall Pennsylvania will pick a much softer Somf A . The Above Cartoon 1n 'EM OVER UIS A. DOUGHER ekyHarris ilot of you folks care nothinabout all the year around. That's why oday within hearing distance of the ms. And Bucky Harris is worth dis luite the beat young infielder intro the past five years. He started off threatening to finish up among the Ae in the season,0when the wolea r the strain. Hehabdat ksi Aka, but when it came to covering d byWashington second basemen in theY leader among the base runners ge Sisler nosed him out, but he is ear, though that is a bad phrase to just which opponent is going to bb easy the following season. That's 'NORFOLKSTARS HERE TOMORROW TO MEET PRIS Norfolk's crack professional eleven meets Jack Hegarty's Washington team tomorrow at 3 o'clock at Amer ican League Park, and the home boys anticipate a tough contest. According to their manager, Harry Riggins, the Southerners will present a strong line-up of the best pro play ers in the southern section of Vir ginia. The team has been cleaning up of late and is considered the best around Norfolk. "Fighting" Jack Keating, formerl heavyweight champ of the navy, will be seen in one of the guard positions. His work will be watched with inter et. Against him Coach Hegarty may use either Gormley or Ahearn. Besides these two there are three or four other guards who can get into the going if anything occurs to the regu lars. I tW asnto il yearv e stated offc thratfien to finith ugamongWathe Roate riht heaon ahnth holea ruthbackrain. Hae up4ba teqartet. Pattson ut wheft cand hao rcovering iniothe leaderst.nIfthe asernners etart thoughlthatLstakua, whras stare Nofl iluethese dayen tokowboehn >egin wich: oppnendt gon; Toay esyo hefoding sback sKoner Tiht' whefback Pendsem Whtoy, fullen meesoack Hegartyllsr Washterton tend; tomrrowat taoclck a; Aer, bots gard;ticatku, cetur; omtest. -Aghcgrd Van ther, anaght takre eainrth, souhernd secton, ofuar "Fighting Jackr leftinfbck fomer -hatwhtfbchandofth nualvn, wll DALseei onex. ofv. guardh posiions andwor wnil bebathem wih itr neatla Againhi Coext Hprgarty maspeakeitaed tory. Spakr Ahaded Bi thsied tw cotratreasn threo ourothaebar pards whoe canc g1, 192t, the agtaoing ifontigocust.h eashngo wl Trave itway. c Thrkfeld oar theigcoam Wlo -igh wquareck theVirna lfreshmen, ,th Catrihttalf Van; SiAn Nay !urlbac will ae upryhendrtetme nt iCollege Parks. ife annot il itart Leoar will Met. h stary's, steek~ k ae Norfolkrwill usdethse wieh tor ane gam with ied lcat endvenrayn or, left..m tackle: Lonre lta gard Odm. es T S eao bys NEW ORK N o. B. IM Dobe' udeaed CPorned eleven Ithacd Tolumi team atn 2 o'cloc msThis Silbet eyappanc of NEw YOrk ye. SoCE f has Dow's undefeate Conel eleven pild ie game andin o themt terumbd has won twoeame and 'lost Tin 28ll minute onlyng Theaane cry the pwu tea r!ow from Ithaca i tew strkt thes baroun0 td ad hsu peffive ffnsies ofd the da.the ,l bakcyinothe ballres ahl o mn 2 inuteeren. The outon of th pposinte ends loeau the terferewne rtmuth.wt the air tof t rond ced doub nth carTi the a om m fiue Garmingmeni Sesol beyin a depeate untioen. Cone elve T ihe upoaineus toh bret thnin ......... Dnlt ... e er the parowefu stearomens cthala dn neork wths ye. omba inhs playman ......L.e G.... won Wahem Bay to a y ....Ce, wil e Bina Joesera .o.tog... a. . lost oe pointa. linu.... followed Clubia. stleofsttack relt. Mune s ... . ...b.. E... Jnnsn Pfansn .........Q. B........ Ander tatt . ....... C.. . ...... Ko p is Rme ....... R.. ohe... doe backe carrying.R Th. balgeCallowr Lech . ... ...F. B.... De Stefano Officials: Referee-Carl A. Reed, Springfield. Umpire-R. W. Max well, Swarthmore. Head Llinesman J. C. McDonld. Brown. Field judge -L. O. withrg. bWashington and Jefferson. Starting time-2 p. m. ColumbRK, Posii. onlBuf tileaanst.Jack.L Sharkey.at.Med Jsoyn..ure.Grde next Thura nogt..... The.iloxf ftenoundy tounneco.....R .WB ono Three...eight rondr.wlAprdeo tcman eerTeyCare: Chred Rydrgfed Elizabethv. Larr Rean, elly Cwit;more SHade LaneFran -L.c 0. B~ ert. oaSahngFrandco Defrumsof esy.iy HON OS TRAIET NEWMBRKE s, Nov. f.-TheBuf will defen thi wolds btoawigt cttet agint Jaictn Fvey at Madi deeton left Borden next Tihrsdor nth he willh bottle.ftee roud toaMeisiCock. Mcme, on hreht rnduPdtts. llar premed th cembaeaventorhyae hri Ryer of Elzaet v.. Larr R.ega, saco Ts BrCoa Sn Fracico Joe Til Ph. ina..ha v. Johnn SE SONS T MPORNETO AeR.1-4I~E FMrss. No. i~ es. Adisontewt Pincto. Tav, of the the se ne ofs the ba. ey wereas Ltne peatea ictor. ae .2 e S1mwmi Smmm Stais a See uea - -Judge Rummy HIGHr FSCHO G I ADSr . 4 By BANs O RSE. IIC A~rstoi ach gaei ered te andsumptn mad bcme a reatfr By~~ BRYA MORS As eah game im reore the assumptionmadeG bcmey ealiyf there is littlefo he between winner and loser in the matter of scores. Central rides atop the heap today with three wins. Western is second, and Tech, Eastern and Business trail in order. Central grabbed off a 7-to-O win ever Mike Kelley's Business lads yesterday, but the Stenogs got all t' e gravy. Central will wonder, perhaps. why ( it isn't getting all the glory out of the Her e high school series. The Blue and White will probably gain the title; H that is, if Western Is successfully Have Alrag Doge handled. But the greatest praise, as was the case last season. will go to the smaller schools. For Eastern tto hold the big school to a 6-to-3 couht and for Business to Here are the comparative scores manage to check the Central Jads to of games played by Georgetown one touchdown, no matter how it was and Fordham so far this messes: done, is an achievement which re dounds to the credit of Coaches Guyon and Kelly. And there you are. Georgetown, 7; Lebanon Va). Margin Is Slim. ley 0 Central has the margin. But It is a rotowi, 46; Urslnus, 7. slim one, nevertheless. - The Mt. Georgetown, 66; Westminster, 0. Pleasant lads won their first engage- Georgetown, 28; Holy Cross, 7. ment from Eastern by 6 to 3. Their Georgetown, 28; George Wash. next struggle was a 7-to-6 game intn, 0. against Tech. Yesterday's game was rgetown, 174; Opponents,14. in Central's favor by 7 to 0. Business, a loser in three games, FORDHAM. dropped its games to Western by a Fordhin, 25; Maine, 14. 7-to-6 score, to Eastern by a 6-to-0 Fordham, 101; Washlnan / score, and to Central by a 7-to-0 score. No matter what Business does against Fodham, 10; Catli l . Tech, the credit in the series thus Fordhan, 7o 20. far goes to Mike Kelly and the Bus- ora yette 28. ness lads for the most creditable show- Pordham, 0; Boston (54g 0. ing of any Business eleven since 1912. Fordhan, 168; Opponents.gS In yesterday's game Central showed unusually strong in comparison to western Cancels. Business in the matter of advancing the ball. The Mt. Pleasant lads gained fifteen first downs to three for Busi- game with Alexandria High School. ness. Central should have scored scheduled for Saturday. three more touchdowns, but the fact - remains that they are not recorded in the summary because they were scored on the Stenogs. W Hopped In to Wis. ii* Central hopped into its victory in the first period when Capt. Eddie Buckley crashed over the line for the first touchdown. Ty Rauber kicked " goal. Thereafter Central was able to gain consistently, but lost the ball at critical stages when Business either held for downs or Central fumbled. Wilton outkicked Barrett con sistently and the Central backfield had something on the Business lad.. In the main It was the strength of the Central backfield which turned the tide in favor of the big school as telnsfought it out on practically even terms.cosdrBA T LD Buinsscnsdesthe game a RSARN moral victory. To hold the big EeesEe o e school to a single touchdown is glory for Business when it is con- ha enemrnht sidered thti two or three years ago Dmb Business was led to scores of 120 Deciu"bog"bahnt,5. and 76 to 0.AcosfothNe btiHe. Central. however, is quite satin. fled for the title is one step nearer with Western only in the offing. Or, as one high school lad put it re cently, you can boost the other teams all you want to. but Central wins the championships.4 Langdons Play Quincy.10 1 0 The langdon A. C. will meet the 1 3 ,W TNSJE LR Qjuincy A. C. tomorrow at 2:30 at ., * Th Gvrneo f 'ame payed by eogtn Adainsta~v paUn a icad Fordha D oearets sss offiial oftheU. . Giermen iGeoretwn 66;m Westamsr. Georgetow, 28; Hol Cross, 7 A aazn rGoretne 28WGorge s . EVERYUAYUDAT-i n,3 Ti. rgetownA174AGApponents,14 NATONL FDEATON F UDEA? UFORDHAM 1438 Ferdham, 25; Maine, 14.