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NNAPOLIS, Nov. 5.-The Nave
today, its opponent being Bucl
on the Pennsylvania State e
and the Military Academy game in N
Both will be largely attended by r
will see the clash in Philadel phia an
on New York for the great final ha
season will not abate the tremendo
Navy team this season.
The Navy will start today with the
same line-up which began the gang
against Princeton except that Clyde
King, the veteran tackle, will be on
the sidelines, nursing a bad leg, and
Wiedurn will take the place at right
Wiedorn is as heavy and strong as
King, though probably not so fin
ished a player. However, he was a
close runner-up to King for the last
two years, and the position will be
taken care of in fine shape. Carney
the big left guard, will take King's
function as a place kicker should the
opportunity be presented.
Line-up for Today.
The line-up will be: Left end, Parr;
left tackle, Bolles; left guard, Carney;
center, Larson (captain); right guard,
Frawley; right end, Taylor; quarter
back, Conroy; left halfback, Koehler;
right halfback. Barchet; fullback,
The team is somewhat stronger of
fensively than the eleven which start
ed against Bethany last Saturday.
Hamilton was missing from that line
up, and while Cruise is a high-grade
player, he is not quite the equal of
Hamilton, and the latter has worked
with the other more continuously.
McKee, one of the best backfield sub
stitutes, is also in shape again, and
this gives a splendid second backfield,
consisting of Noyes, Cruise. McKee
and Cullen, with other useful substi
tutes available. The second string
used last week against Bethany was
unequal to the task, and scoring stop
ped when the regulars were replaced.
Bucknell i. Worthy.
Bucknell is expected to give a very
good account of itself, but a Navy
victory by a fair margin is expected
In fact, there would be disappoint
ment if the score of 21 to 0, made
against Bethany, is not bettered,
though Bucknell is expected to have
a somewhat better team that the West
Virginians. In the last two games
against the Navy Bowser, Bucknell's
big fullback, has done the lion's share
of the carrying, but it is understood
that he has some excellent running
mates this year, and that Bucknell
is above its standard of recent years.
There is general satisfaction over
the showing of the three men on the
Navy team chosen to take the places
of players who have graduated.
Carney and Frawley at the guards
are powerful and quick charging
players, and the center of the line
has indicated no retrogression in spite
of the loss of two such fine guards
ae Wilkie and Moore.
Has Fulfilled Expectations.
Taylor, at right end, has more than
fulfilled expectations. With great
speed, strength and willingness, he
has all the qualifications for the posi
tion. He has also had halfback ex
perience, increasing his usefulness on
the offense, and the coaching of Eddie
Ewen, captain of the team for the two
previous seasons and occupant of the
end position, has been most valuable.
There is general appreciation of the
importance of the Penn State game
in Philadelphia next week. It is real
ized throroughly: First, that a victory
puts the supremacy of the East with
in the grasp of the Naval Academy,
while a defeat shatters this ambition;
and, second, that only a team of the
highest grade, playing its best foot
ball, will have a chance against the
Nittany Lions. The splendid spirit
and great ability of the Penn State
team is appreciated nowhere more
than at the Naval Academy, and the
greatest preparation possible will be
made for the game on Franklin Field.
EDWARDS PRESENTED WITH
DUPLICATE OF TITLE BANNER
NEW ,YORK, Nov. 6.-Big Bill Ed
wards was signally honored last night
at a meeting of enthusiastic Princeton
alumni at the Osborne Field House,
Princeton. He was presented by Bill
Roper, coach of the varsity team,
with a banner which was an exact
duplicate of the championship banner
burned in Edwards's apartment at
the Marie Antoinette Hotel a year
All the old football men joined
forces in having the duplicate made,
containing the names of all the play
ers and substitutes on the team of
which Edwards was captain. Inci
dentally. Roper was a member of
Old footbe~ll fans will remember
that Edwards was captain of Prince
ton the year that, with thirty seconds
left to play, Arthur Poe kicked a goal
from the field that won the game. He
did this under instructions from his
captain. It was after this game that
the original banner was presented to
$3.50 tile Salle.
710 12th St. N.W
I Academy plays its last home game
nell. Lster, izteest will be centered
me in Philadelphia on November 12,
ew York two weeks later.
aval people. The two upper classes
d the whole student body will move
ttle. Thus, the closing of the home
us enthusiasm which surrounds the
Football Classics Are
THERE will be 52,000 specta
tors at the game in Prince
ton today, the greatest gathering
that has ever assembled in 'he
The Yale-Princeton game at
the Bowl on November 12 will at
tract 77,000; the Yale-Harvard
game at Cambridge will attract
51,000, and the Army-Navy game
on November 26 will have at
least 42,000 spectators.
These four games will be play
ed to 222,000 football enthusiasts.
These annual gridiron classics
have never before aroused such
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 5.
opponent here today when it faces
was arranged to give the Elis 'a lig
with Princeton and rest up some of
Maryland has been meeting a list
but has achieved no shining succes
high quality of sportsmanship and it
from Dixie. Several of the Yale
Harvard-Princeton game, but not m
to extend the hand of fellowship ar
backfield for the bout. The rushing
game, getting only a single day of
NEW YORK. Nov. 6.-Harry Greb,
Pittsburgh heavyweight, last night de
feated Charles Weinert, Newark, re
ceiving the judges' decision after a
Greb floored Weinert in the first
round with hard rights to the body.
Weinert saved himself by hanging on
Throughout the remainder of the
contest Greb showered blows on
Weinert's head and body. In the elev
enth, fourteenth, and fifteenth rounds
Weinert showed flashes of speed, but
got the worst of an exchange of body
blows in each instance. Weinert
weighed 170% pounds and Greb 163%.
Young Bob Fitzsimmons received
the judges' decision over Fay Keiser,
Cumberland, Md., in an eight-round
FOR PENN STATE CLASH
The Navy-Penn State at Philadelphia
is such an important affair for both
elevens that this battle should be a
hummer.' Penn State sees its way
to high football honors in scoring a
victory over the Middies, while the
Navy is so keenly bent on winning
championship favor this year that
special preparation will be made to
meet the attack of the Nittany Lions.
The Navy has been going at a fast
clip all season and is due for a
slump. It reached a high point of
perfection early in the season to de
feat Princeton, and it will be no easy
task for Folwell to maintain the high
order of play that the Middies have
already shown. This game will bring
together the two best drilled eleven'
the season has shown.
MOHAWKS CLAIM THEY
CAN'T FIND OPPOSITIOIN
The Mohawk 4nior Reserves, for
merly the Mohafrk Midgets, chain
pions of the District in the 110-116
pound class for the years 1919-1930,
have this year placed a team aver.
aging 130 pounds, and have thu.
far been unable to obtain opposition
in their class.
Any teems in the city averaging
120 pounds and wishing to arrange
games with the Reserves, call Lin
coIn 736 between the hours of 6 and
7 p. m. All games to be played on
Wants Floor 0ame..
Quinoy A. C's. basketball candidates
are already hard at work and the out
look 1. bright for two star teams. For
the first workout at Liberty Hall the
following candidates reported to Cap
tain H. Smith: Bowers, Phillips,
Payne, P. Smith, Sweeney, Grove and
Marstella, Beall, H. Libbey, E. Libbey,
Mnnre and Berry. Manager Stewart i
anxious to arrange games with other
teams in the District and can be
reached at 215 S street Itortheast.
Will Play Today.
The Third Army Corps area foot
ball championship will be at stake
Mfternoon In the Meade stadiumi
when the teams representing the
Tanik ('enter of Camp Meede and
Langley Field, Va., wall meet at
:30 o'clock. The winner will play
the Quantico Marine. at Homewooed
Field, Baltimore, on D~ecember 8.
Football Game Wanted.
Naval Air Station football team
has open date for Sunday. Addeas
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FOR BIG PIMLICO
Sportsmen From All Walks of
Life on Hand to Witness
BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 6.-With
bright sunshine and crisp autumn
weather the order. statesmen, diplo
mats, financiers, social leaders, noted
turfmen. and the everyday variety of
race-horse fan await the bugle call that
will bring to the post some of the
best two-year-old thoroughbreds In
the country for the Inaugural running
today of the Pimlico futurity, with a
total money value of more than $50.
000, the richest stake for juveniles in
Thirteen of the crack colts and
fillies are carded to face the starter.
Morvich. Benjamin Block's star of
1.921, is a pronounced favorite, and has
accomplished everything asked in his
workouts for the great prise. Attaches
of Commander J. K. L. Ross' stable
have great hopes that their entry,
Spanish Maize, a strapping colt, can
take the measure of the undefeated
-Morvich, but experts contend this
will be a colossal task.
Kai Sang, Runantell, St. Henry, My
Play, and Lucky Hour are sure of a
big following. The track will be mod
Cale will meet a brand-new fuotball
University of Maryland. The game
it tryout for its annual hcadl:ne bout
of small Southern colleges at home
sea. Its team has been noted for a
will be welcomed at Yale as a visitor
irt string players will witness the
ty, and Captain Aldrich will be here
d to present the regular first string
line will be rested till the Princeton
scrimmaging next week.
Today's match stands on the Eli
date list as a limbering-up tryout,
while the two elevens which have barn
rounded into condition for the Princo
ton clash here next week are given
their finishing touches by the coaches.
Two full teams will be presented
against the Southerners before the
the referee's recall is sounded.
It Is unlikely that Charley O'Hearn
will be in the thick of another scrim
mage before the Princeton engageme.nt
and the chances are not quite even
that he will start In that match.
George Becket has been nominat-d
for the field generalship at kick-off,
but as Becket is suffering from the
remains of one or two rough scrim
mages in the Brown game, "Dyna
mite" Murphy is on the cards for the
quarterback assignment during mosl
of the matinee. He has run the elev-r
in two games already and is a vs-lu
able reserve youngster for the quar
terback position, in view of the im
perfect physical condition of both tht
Of the rapidly improving substltyte
players who are coming fast, the work
of no one will be watched more close
ly than that of Jess Sturm. He hu
been the active agent in the breik
Ing up of three plays the past wu.k
In which a fumbled ball rescued and
saved for his team or wrenched frori
the thwarted foe. In his first he
blocked a kick in the Brown game,
and, following the ball like a gray
hound, pinned it behind the goal for
a touchdown. In his second and thlhd
this week he repeated the adventure,
In every case nabbing a fumbled or
blocked ball by his close following of
the event. While it is too much tc
expect him to crowd the well-rounded
and highly-developed Danny Deaver
to the sidelines. Sturm will be drafted
for some expensive service in botn
the Harvard and Princeton games.
COLUMBIA HAS WON BUT
THREE CORNELL CLASHES
Columbia and Cornell have clashed
on the gridiron eight times and the
Blue and White have won only three
games. Cornell was defeated three
years in succession-1903, 1904. and
1905-which were the years when the
eleven on Mornigmide Heights made s
big splash in the football world.
ST. PAUL ATHLETIC CLUB
PLANS BASKETBALL YEAR
The St. Paul Athletic Club is ar
ranging a basketball schedule for the
coming season and wouW like to
hear from any team desirig en
eagements. Phone 0. Fletcher, Main'
2024, between 2:30 and 5:30 o'clock.
Preps Win Game.
Georgetown Prep, of Garrett Park,
Md., took the measure of the Western
High eleven yesterday in a well played
game. 25 to 10. Western's sesoad
string players started the fray, and
were unable to stop the Prep attack.
Later in the game the Western regu
lars were substituted and a good brand
of football was exhibited.
Basketball Team Ready.
The Manhattan A. C. basketball
team would like to meet moome good
team between now and the 19th of
this month, as they will meet the
strong Aloysuis team on that date.
Address C. T. Hutchinson, manager,
1505 Rosedale street northeast.
Issues Grid Defy.
The Weyaneke A. C. will meet the
Frienship A. C. Sunday at Fifth and
L streets southeast at 2:30 p. m. The
Weyanokes have won five games and
tied one. The Friendships are also un
defeated. The Weyanokes have signed
McDermott, former Muehlenberg full
back, am their coach.
Park View Wants Came.
The Park View A. C. would like to
arrange games with fast teame averag
ing 120 and 125 pounds. Call Mr.
nahary Colnmba a534a Afner 0 =. m.
The Pittsburgh-Nebraska intersect
iron in the Smoky Cit today is att
ball followers. Ity stsend ,
tween the East zsg is season,
State triuamph over theiy Keystee
swwping decision over the so fi
eirned. Chicago's win over neste
weeks ago, gave the Westerns the
Warner's lads will be fighting for the
The team that Fred Dawson Is
bringing East with him from Lincoln
is one of the best that has ever sport
ed the Nebraska colors. Dawson is
recognised as one of the great coaches
of the gridiron game. He is regarded
by Princeton men as the mentor re
sponsible for throwing the old Eli
Yale jinx off the Tiger's trail. It
was his freshman eleven that won the
first Orange and Black victory in the
Yale bowl. Since then Dawson has
continued his coaching career with
At Columbia Dawson gave the Blue
and White an unbeatable eleven in
1910. Loss of health caused him to
abandon his coaching career fur the
time being. This season he felt strong
enough to once again take up his
labors as a gridiron mentor. His suc
cess has been little short of phenom
Warner Ha Crack Team.
In Pittsburgh the Nebraskans are
going to stack against one of the
best teams deve pod by Pop Warner.
That is recommendation enough for
any football fan. Warner has enjoyed
a coaching career that equals that of
any mentor known to the game. His
teams have played clean, hard foot
ball. Many critics class them as the
best drilled aggregations of their day.
It is certain that the squad that he
has at the Smoky City seat of learn
ing this year are every bit as for
midable as any eleven in the country.
They are a big, husky collection of
players who love the game and know
how it should be played.
Tommy Davies, the stock left half
back, is the most skillful player of the
present day. He can run, kick or
throw a pass. Last Saturday, against
Johnny Heismann's Red and Blue
players on Franklin Field, Davies
simply ran wild. It was the most
sensational game displayed by a play
er on the Slowtown field In many
seasons. Davies inspires his mates
with his fine playing.
Herb Stein Is Star.
The other particular star of the
Smoketown outfit I. Herb Stein. This
husky star is the best pivot man of
the season. He is a fine passer, a
good interferer, and can play sec
ondary defense better than any rival
he has faced this year. Stein is the
man that Nebraska will have to take
care of today if they want any of
their plays to go through. So fast
was he getting to the ball in the
game against Syracuse that the Salt
City collegians accused him of know
ing their signals. Such a charge is
simply ridiculous. Stein's quick think
ing had the Syracuse players dazzled.
He is the greatest defensive center
of the past five or six years. Warner
has a great asset in this individual.
He is going to prove a big factor in
deciding today's battle.
CAN'T JZZ COP
AS HE DOES UMP
PITTSBURGH. Pa., Nov. 5.-"Jim
my" Smith, second baseman for the
Phillies, may be able to razz opposien
players and "umps," but when it
comes td razzing a Pittsburgh motor
cycle policeman, he is not "there."
Last night, in company with a girl
friend, "Greenfield Jimmy," according
to Motorcycle Policeman Jacob Dorsey,
While driving his automobile in Bige
low boulevard, near IFourteenth street,
was cutting capers.
"He would drive his machine within
a few feet of an automobile going in
the opposite direction, and when about
to collide, Smith would veer his ma
chine out of danger," Dorsey testified.
According to Patrolman Dorsey, he
reprimanded Smith. "Why, I know
all about motorcycle cops in town,
Smith declared. "I never met you be
fore. Where did you drop from?"
"Ducksoup," as Jimmy is known in
the league. has taken to central police
station. He gave his address as 915
Greenfid avenue and his occupation
as ball player. He did not a0Dear for
a~ hearing this morning and the stagis
trate declared his bail of $80 was for
PAL MOORE IS SEEKING
MATCH WITH CHAMPION
CHICAGO. Nov. 5.-Pal Moore,
local bantamweight. i. more than ever
determined today to obtain a matchi
with Johnny Buff for the bantam
weight championship because of hi.
victory over Earl Pur-year last night.
Mdoore had the better of Puryear ini
every one of the ten rounds.
The Quentin A. C. will clash with
the Virginia A. C., of Alexandria,
Sunday, on the Congress Hleights
gridiron, at 3:30 p. m. All Quenatini
plaipers are to report to Coach Town
send at 1 :30 o'clock. A meeting was
held at the clubhouse and basketball
was discussed, ante Wallach (Lick)
McCathr-an was elected manager andI
Arthur Murray was made captain.
The quint will start practice as 5oon
as a gym is available.
Marines Cancef Oame.
Marine Barracks' manager ant
nounces that the football scheduledI
with the Alexandria, Va., eleven, will
not be played because of the suadden
loss of several players through injury.
CArl (lardner, athletic officer at the
Marine Barracks Is anxious to get in
touch with the Alegandria manager
Stanton Plays Southern.
Stanton A. C. plays the Southern
A. C. at Surrattsvilla, MWI.Sunday at
3:20. All Stanton players report-ftor
signal practice at 11 o'clock at Ueoend
ional squabble on Forbes Field grid
raectg unusual 'interest amng foot
nmatch of importance to be decided be
Should the lads from the Goldearod
State rivals the West would gain a
i as the checkered field gane Is con
a in the Palmer Stadium a couple of
edge. In today's contest Pop
Est as well as for their Alma Mater.
Notre Dame Is Facing
Hard Tack On
The Notre Dame football team,
which makes its New York debut
against Rutgers at the Polo
Grounds on Election Day, has been
one of the leaders in the Middle
Wst in open football.
When the coach of the eleven,
Knute Rockne, was playing six or
seven years ag, the.forward pass
was developed to a high degree of
perfection. Rockne and a remark
able quarterback named Dorias
were experts with this style of of
fense. That team was coached by
Harper, who used to play at Chi
Notre Dame has a wonderful
record in football and has lost only
one game in the past three sea
sons. The eleven is attempting an
unusually difficult task this year
in playing the Army and Rutgers
with only two days' rest.
LINWORTH MIDOETS PLAY
MERCURY CLUB TOMORROW
The Linworth Midgets will play
the fast Mercury Midgets Sunday,
November 6 at 3 p. m. In Potomac
Park. The Linworth Midgets would
like to arrange basketball games
with any team in Washington aver
aging 115 pounds. The Linworth
Midgets would also like to arrange
bowling games with any fifteen or
sixteen-year-old team. For games in
football, basketball and bowling write
Acting Business Manager Richard
Feary, 326 Thirteenth street south
The Truxton eleven will practice to
night at 6 o'clock at Second and M
streets northeast in preparation for
their game with the Dreadnoughts
Sunday. Uniforms will be distributed
R. Golden Densideen,
Chairman of the 84
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TIGHTEN HOL ON
Score Three Straight Victories
Over Postoffice in League
Three straight wins last night from
the Postoffice team put Bureau of
Engraving and Printing team firmly
in first place in the Washington Girls'
Bowling League. Postoffice. last
year's champions, tried hard to stop
Bureau's winning streak, and encour
aged by a large and rabid array of
rooters put up stiff opposition.
Bureau Mon the - first string, 425
to 399. Rena Levy contributing two
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Gladys Lowd's 108 game was the hign
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Lorraine Gulli had high set for the
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In one of the closest inter-city
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the Alexandria, Va., duckpin paid a
visit to the numbering division team
of the Bureau League at the Recrea
tion Health Center and lost by a meas
ly margin of sixteen pins in a three
game total pin series. Dick Purcell.
who arranged the match and had the
winners under control, played a big
part in the victory by his wonderful
coaching, when his team looked like
tbe were going to slump, after win
ning he first game by thirty-three
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Morgan did the best work of the even
ing with 331 for high set and a 126
game, in the last set-to played a big
part in the victory. Steele did the
best for the losers, with 322 and 120.
A return match will be played at a
later date at Alexandria.
St. John's College football team
journeys into Maryland today to
meet the Briarly Hall eleven. The
team will line up as follows: Morris,
left end; O'Neill, left tackle; Wen
ger, left guard; Pike. center; Mc
Carthy, right guard: Graff, right
tackle; Gormly, right end; Kessler,
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PRINCETON N. J., Nov. 5.-Prii
Harvard gore that has not been ta
in Palmer stadium here today to cia
bridge into submission.
Harvard's mastodon of the gridiro
trimming at the hands of little Cent
and rather expected it.
Both elevens have been esoeolally
"built up" for today's game, the first I
classic contest of the year between
members of the "Big Three," and
with good football weather and a
capacity crowd the stage was set for
a hard-fought contest.
Throng at Princeten.
Princeton, quaint and picturesque,
teemed with students and alumni of
the rival schools and thousands of
just plain football fans who came
from far and near to witness the
game. But in all the great crowd
there were comparatively few who
had better than even money to back
Two weeks ago Harvard would
have been a prime favorite over the
Tigers. Not so today. Coach Bill
Roper has nursed his erstwhile in
jured stars back into condition and
Princeton was loaded with dynamite
in the form of . Lourie, Garrity,
Cleaves, Van Gerbig and Gilroy, all
"itchin' to go."
In the advance of the game it was
practically certain that Princeton
shAuld send her regular line-up into
the first quarter. Harvard's exact
line-up, however, was uncer ain.
Coach Bob Fisher was undecided
whether to play big Tierney at cen
ter in place of Clark or send him
to tackle. He was also in doubt
as to whether it would be Grew or
Hubbard at one of the guards. The
Crimson backfield, however, was prac
tically assured with Buell. Fitts,
Owen and Gratwick starting the
Kicking I. Expected.
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dicted that the game would bring out
a lot of kicking. Harvard, steadily
and quietly, has been working on a
kicking attack and defense and in i
Fitts has a great oootster. Observ
ers have considered it significant, too.
that Pfaffman, a great kicker, hns
been working hard but has not ap-I
peared in the last two games. Fisher
h Led that he might get his chance
Princeton has not been without a
knowledge of what Harvard has ben
doing and Don Lourte has been tutor-,
Ad in kicking for more than two
weeks. It is believed here that he or
Van Gerbig will be able to meet
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At His Farm
Man of War is enjoying more
popularity than any race horse
in the history of the turf. The
horse of the century receiirea as
many as 300 visitor each week
end at the Hinata Farm, owned
by Miss Daingerfield, near Louis
ville. On weekdays there are
100 or more visitors to the farm.
It is a popular stopping-off place
for motorists along the Dixie
team would eventually turn to eke
out a victory was a puzle. Prince.
ton with plenty of talent for open
field running and handling the pass,
and a keen generalship, was expected
to mix up the attack according to
Harvard's defensive nethodn. Prince
ton is able to do this and do it well.
The Crimson, with a new trend to
ward kicking and pasing but an In
born respect for steam roller foot
ball and a belief in its effectiveness,
Ogured to combine the two.
The probable line-ups:
Princeton. Pos. Harvard
Snively.........L. E. Macember
Keck iCapt.). L. T...........Ka
Lipscomb ... L. ......Hub
Wittmer........C ...... rierney
Morgan ..... R . ..
Hooper......... . T .
Stinson........ - E.........Cr
Garrity ........ .R. --.---------Owen
Clee... . F. B.......... tta
Officials-Referee. W. . Crowell,
Swarthmore; umpire, Al Sharpe.
Yale; field Judge, H. N. Merritt.
Yale; head lineman. G. N. .3ankhart
Silents Seek Games.
The Capitol Silents' quintet in ready
to arrange games with any 150-pound
teams in the District. The Capital
will play this season in the Aloysitq
gymnasium. Manager M. W. Galt
way can he reached at 643 A stred(
southeast. or by phone at Lincoln 261
after 6:15 p. m.
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