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Htffe schools famish a ten* part of
tlM fall and winter sport program of
Washington. Bryan Mini far years
has been a hading authority on scho
iastlc athletics and fires Washington
Times readers a dally Una of lira staff.
8UN0AY. OCTOBER 29. 1922.
? sport section of n metropolitan
spspor is complete thsse days with
s daily dash of homor. which is sop
plied for The Wsshington Times by
EJrh Miller and Bogs Baer. There's a
laugh in ovary Una written by (his pair.
Another Three-Year-Old Added
To Growing Ltot of Thor
oughbred Champions of Turf
Laurel race track, Oct
i ???And sti!] another nam*
must be added to tlx already
?w>wh* Hat of those three-year
olds which are disputing the
efaampionahlp of the division for
J?*2- . The Glen Riddle Farm's
Oceanic, a black colt by The Finn
? Veuve Clicquot, this afternoon ac
*or the inaugural running
?f the $28,000 Washington handi
cap. in such a manner as to lead
We admirers *? believe that he is
the equal of Rockminster, Bunt
? Jf* 'M>rt ^ oth#r *?pii?nts
? to the championship crown.
th^, l*ck?.pta/ed no tmit In
the Riddle Colt ? Impressive score.
, *??, on merit alone. True It
weiihti. hs.frrl!!d ?^?entaire in
J^atata, but what matters a few
Pounds to a really great thorough
tred? Oceanic demonstrated be-1
ypnd a doubt that he la a great
thoroughbred; that he poaaee?aV
high night of speed and that most
necessary essential of all?courage.
Had (teal Competition.
Asked to measure strides with
euch acknowledged stars as the
Incomparable Exterminator, the
Lexington stable's Lucky Hour, ths
imported English Paragon II.. the
Oroentree stable's Nedna. the
rHIm? ?UWe\ CapUUn Alcock,
?paldlng Lowe Jenkins' Polly Ann
? J38*4Pwn ,on**-ovw
a route of a mile and a quarter.
S?*"*5 "a*h*d ? Performance In
tha Wuhlngton that won the ad
miration of the greet crowd which
turned out for Left-el's closing day
Practically neglected In the
speculation, the son of The Finn
went to the poet a rank outsider in
t|?e mutuels. At one stage of the
wagering he was quoted at better
than 100 to 1. His admirers rallied
at the last moment and when the
PjJee* wprs posted on the board
after his victory It was found that
the usual investment of 12 had
returned $100.70.
It w*e not eo much the running
?f the $25,000 Washington handl
cap and that the event had it
tracted a high class nsld that
"e1ver._ M ths magnet for drawing
out the great throng which .was
wm.Vt!2.d,LnC<>'?,M U w*? that
WiniaSharpe Kilmer's great geld
ing, Exterminator, was an entrant
to the classic and a score for the
JJcOee gelding would have meant
that the American turf had a new
money-winning champion.
Exterminator is but a Uttle more
than $8,000 behind Man o" War's
nigh water mark In earnings. A
victory today for "Old Bonss" and
Man o' War would hava toppled
from his pedestal. This is what
* ?rsat. throng to
Laurel Park. They were there
Jo see a new champion crowned.
But disappointment was thlsr
At no stage of the Journey was Ex
terminator ever a really menacing
factor. At the rise of the barrier he
was slow to begin and even after
Arthur Johnson bsd gotten him
settled into his stride on the back
stretch the oourageous old campaign
er was not running with that long,
frictlonless stride which matiu his
winning efforta.
Exterminator Fourth.
The best Exterminator could do
was to finish fourth, a length behind
Paragon II And three and one-half
lengths In back of the winner. True
It is, however, that "Old Bones" was
totag the Curt est of all when ths fln
toh line was reached. He probably j
could bevewon ta another sixteenth
of a mile, but unfortunately the race
*"J??t ? ?!>? and one-quarter.
_.Slal!5r *?ton spent four'
minutes before he oould get thei
aM*n,nn*t tor the
start. Oceanic gave the most trou
ble of all, ths Riddle oolt showing
an inclination to braak sideways
when led up to the gate. When Mil-1
ton finally did get them straightened
out ths entire band broke on equal
terms. j
Lucky Hour assumed command at
the first quarter with Oceanic!
forcing the pace. At the half Lucky
Hour was still out In front two
lengths in front of the Riddle colt.
At the mile pole Oceanic had moved
?P ??? r*s within striking distance
the tbdfit pacemaker. The first
mils had been reeled off Ih 138 J-8.
Marine01 Makes Move.
. It was now a Question whether
Lueky Hour would craok under the
gruelling pace. At the top of th*
stretch Marlnelll made his mora
Under severe punishment Oceanic
jn. courage?us style and,
at the eighth pole was running
net* and neck with the Lexington
stable star.
At the sixteenth the two leaders'
heads were nodding in unison. For
a brief moment Lucky Hour's nose
drooped down in front of Oceanic
It appeared as though ths Finn
coI,|, w?s doomed to defeat. Marti
nelU howsvsr, was riding the race
k ^ .?*T-. la a trice Ooeanlo'e
head showed to front and then his
The race was over. Lucky Hour1
wlthrtaad ths challenge j
and bad quit. Oceanic continued
running and as the judges' pagoda I
*?* held ? full half length
over the ? Lexington entrant. Para-!
Ponll_nd.TM t*? '?"*the In "back of
Lucky Hour, while Exterminator
was fourth.
nuSiffiSK ot 2r?nlc'? the
Riddle Earm s coffers wars enriched
Just $>$,47$.
Pacific Coast League dubs
are said to have dropped small for
tunes during the campaign Just
TSjiv, Only Ban Francleco. lxm
agars srag-"" -
The Chicago Cubs are said to be
seeking Walter Schmidt, the veteran
SSZ.1,*7 -?"
Three Straight Off
Army Is Aim Of
Bob Folwell
BOB FOLWILL, ths present
football coach at the Na
val Academy, will break all rec
ord* for Academy coaches If
hia team win* this year from
the Military Academy. No
Academy coach haa aa yet
raided a team which wen
Oiree gsisss from the Amy.
Commander D. L. Howard, at
prsssnt athletic officer at the
Academy, came nearest to it,
as teams coached by him won
twice and lost once. The only
Navy coaches with clean rec
ords of victories were at the
helm oaly one season, when
the Army was played.
Lieut. Commander (now
captain) R. 1L Reeves coach
ed the whining team of 1907.
and Qilmoar Dobie coached
the team two yearn when the
Navy did not meet the*Army,
and again in 1919, when the
Navy won, 4 to 0. Folwell al
ready has H record in that he
has coached in two.-winning
games and lost none.
| The Blacksburg Substitutes
Prove Just Aa Effective Ae
the Varsity.
Blacksburg, Vs., oa. 38.
?Virginia Tech defeated
Catholic University here to
day, 73 to 0.
The visitors were off color on
the offense and failed to register
a first down from running at
tack. Rutherford distinguished
himself in the "try for point"
by kicking five neat dropldeks
out of as many attempts.
> Harry Hut ton started in the back
fleld and aided hia team materially
by hia lona end runa and brilliant de
fensive play. In the fourth quarter
Coach Cubbare ueed practically hia
entire squad. The ecrube presented
the same scoring punch aa the var
Catholic University played, tight
ball in the opening quarter and the
gobblers were held to a lone touch
down. After this stage the same re
eolved itself Into a foot race for the
speedy Tech backa. For Catholic
University Capt. Lynch played stel
lar ball. He was aided materially by
the star aerial work of Quarterback
Bran nan.
SVrdwIck U. Moom
TI toon LT VThalea
Mo : LO Mar
Bakar C newts
I Shererts BO ToMa
I Moras R'i Vonmir
| Wallace.<JB *????
_ at too
I dottle ......, I... .W............ Nitry
Referee?-Oe.h (Lehtsh). Umpire?
keel* (Mlohlsas). Head Umiub?
Issrd (Wtshlsfton sad Lm). Time of
Quarters?11 It. 11. II. SabstUutee?
Por Tech, Plory, Bock. Green. Qrahara.
Owens, Sounder*. Buchanan, Nutter.
Sanders,, Qlrena, Adams. Donalvaa; for
Catkolto' Unlverel ty. Riley, Poard. Coo
tello. Touchdowao?Walloco, Oottlo (I),
Plory (t), Rutherford (*), Sauadera (I).
Try for poiat?Rutherford (I), Wallaoo,
Navy Is Hopeful for
Success With Penn State
ANNAPOLIS, Md? Oct. 21?At
first utterly stunned by the news of
the unexpected defqpt of theh^team
by the University of Pennsylvania,
members of the Naval Academy con
tingent are now hoping for good re
sults, Inasmuch aa the team will be
short of overconfidence and will bend
its utmost efforts toward redeeming
Itself in the coming gamee against
Penneylvanla State and the Army.
Reports of the game, play by play,
were received during the plebe-8taun
ton Military Academy game here,
and, as the plebea were being over-,
whelmeded by the Virginians, it was
s doleful afternoon. However, the
Midahlpmen maintained their spirits,:
and a cheer fpr their vanquished
team closed the afternoon.
Reports here Indicate that ths
Navy tsam was outplayed except in
the opening quarter. The story could
hardly be believed, as no one here
thought It poeelble that Pennsyl
vania oouM defeat the Midship
men, and It was hardly counted as
one of ths hardsr opponents. How
ever. Pennsylvania appeased to have
played a Wonderful game, and Its vic
tory is not begrudged It.
some hold to the theory that the
team was t carried" along too far for
the Bucknetl and Georgia.Tech names
and oould not maintain the standard;
Seat Pleasant Team
Meets Southern A. C.
Southern A. C. and Beat Pleas
| ant athletic clubs will clash this
I afternoon at I o'clock on the let*
ter'e field at Seat Pleasant In what
promisee to be one of the most hot
ly contested games of the local
gridiron amateur season. Seat
Pim ?ant Is much heavier than its
The Southern Club has eetab
llehed a reputation for Its speed
upon the field. Ooaeh Ouyon Is
confident that his men will' ad
minister the first defeat of the ssa
son to the Southwest lads who eq
far have not been soored upon dur-'
ing the season.
Captain ? Vernon, on the other
hand, la oertaln his team will
emerge the victor.
The addition of "Horse" Roberts
and "Pete" Turner gives to South
ern Club the strongest line It has
ever preeented while the recent re
turn of Quarterback "Will" Snow
aasuree Southern of one of the
heedleet quarters In the local ama
teur ranks. The Southern team
will hold a brief signal practice
Sunrtav morning on the Wsovw
nla' srounds and ell 'members are
requested to report promptly at
1# e"?f
Above U "Gloomy Qui" Malley, Georgetown'! speedy back, dashing around end on a triple
paaa, Kenyon to Flavin to Malley in the first period yesterday. Malley gained twelve yards.
In the lower picture, Lvwe, who gained consistently for the HUltoppers, is lopping through Captain
Beckett for five ^ards. Coettge was bowled over, but Lieutenant Palmer nabbed Lowe just as
he was about to break loose.
?< { ?*??< ?CV
.i?*, *k
Eli Sticks to Anoisnt Cam*,
Which Is Without Thrill? for
76,000 Until Last Quarter.
1 *
(Continued from first PMT*>
occasions, the Army immcd a
threatening mood, but penalties And
fumbles halted the continuity.
The game, viewed Impartially,
the looeeat thing aeen in these
porta since Houdlni broke hia first
handcuff, fumbles being frequent
and withal expensive. The line-up
Tela. Poet11 on. Army.
...........>L.I..? Myere
Jeaa Mulligan
Crulckabank ....L.O.. Braldater
Lovejey Caatar........ Oarblach
Croaa .B. O.......... Parwlck
Millar .B. T. Ooodman
Hulman B. ? Whit*
N rid linear Q. B Smyth*
Jordan B.K........ Lawrence
Wtil# eeeeeeoelaa L. H
Scott ............F. S. .*>...... . Wood
Score by perl ode:
Tala ... ? #. T ??T
Army ? ? ? t?T
Touehdowae?NaaU, Wood. Ooal after
toachdowa?Cala, Smyth* Rsbatltutlona:
Tare?Mallory for Soatt. Wrl?ht for
Mallora, Dlllar tor -Miller, Oreaaa for
Joaa, Lumen for Bddy. Bally tar Nald- |
linger. O'Heart) for Balnr, Mark for Hul- i
man. Anny?Podd for Tlmbarlaka, I
Storck for Myera, BlUsgter for Parwlck,
Parwlck for Oarbteeb. Myara for Storck. i
Tlmbarlaka far Lawrenc*. Pltaef for
Braldatar, Stewart for Bllmaa, Olllmor*
tor Smyth*, Day I* far Myara.
Time of periods, II mlaataa
Official*: Beferee?A. B. Crowlay. |
Bowdoln. Umpire?>A. W. Palmar, Col-1
by. Head Ilaeeman?B. B. Watkay. Syra
ouaa. Plaid JSdce?A. C. Tyler, Prtnoeton.
Shipping Board Golf
Finals Booked Tomorrow!
The good ship "Dub" Is ne
port, tor the golfers of the Ignited
States Shipping. Board Emergency
Fleet Corporation are now In the
semi-finals in the golf tournament St,
Bast Potomac Park. Defeat of W.
K. Proom by Capt. H. D. Moses was
one of the big upestS of the play yes
terday. Another feature was the row
between Smith .and Nicholson over g
stymie rule. The committee made
them play the match over. Here are
the pairings being played today for
the semi-finals tomorrow;
First flight?B. O. Bets vs. Q. F.
Browne; H. D. Moses vs. B. K.
Second flight?H. M. Sheerer vs. J.
B. Thayer; F. B. Warden vs. M. J.
Third flight?L. R. Strenk vs. J.
F. Gehen; T. V. Bennett vs. A. R.
Fourth flight?Q.YT. Devereaux vs.
G. F. Read: H. Cole vs. H. L.
Consolation?First flight?A. B.
Carpenter vs. B. H. Schmidt; A. W.
Oraef vs. C. P. Cowen.
Second flight?C. B. Miller vs. A. A
Corbet; H. A Klucken vs. A C.
Third flight?A. J. Williams vs. fl.
G. Jenks; R. B. Backer vs. B. V. j
Cotter. .
Fourth flight?R. B. Cane vs. D. F.1
Washburn; A B. Gorges vs. C. P.
8 tone.
Among the prises to bo awarded
after the finals are played on Tues
day are silver cups by Harris Bros,
and Col. Joe. Fairbanks, director of
ths claims department of the Ship
ping Board: a leather golf hag by
Manager Loeffler, of Bast Potomao
Park; drlvsr by W. F. Roberts;
thermos bottle by Saks; Hub by
Spalding: goK shirt kySttney West.
> Kann'a. ^
Michigan Defeats
Illinois By 24 to 0
MICH., Oct. II.?Michigan'* foot
ball team continued Its march to
ward the conference championship
by soundly defeatlns Illinois 14 to
, 0, in the opening came of the
home season thi?
_ ? .w V? UW
*ns season this afternoon.
Cappon and Kirk wars the doml
i natlng figures in the victory for
["Hurry. Up" Yost's men.
> Cappon gave an exhibition of
line plunging that tore the Illinois
line to shreds. In the eeoond quar
; ter alone, when Michigan scored
ten points. Cappon carried the ball
ten time# for gain of over sixty
yards. Kirk gave even a more
?pectacular exhibition when he
mad* an elghty-flve-yard run from
I a kick-off that was the great piece
1 of individual running all after
noon, carrying the ball over the
line for a touchdown.
In the final quarter the 1111 nl
made a great march down the
field through straight football, car
rying the ball from Michigan's
forty-yard line on the Wolverines
fourteen-yard line, but the Michigan
defense stiffened and the Illini was
held for downs.
District Championship Is Won
at Traps Ovsr Thirty-sight
CI HOOTING consistently through
S out the match, Dr. Alfred V.
Parsons won ths trap-shoot
ing championship of ths District
Saturday afternoon over ths traps
of ths Washington Gun Club with
ths fin* score of 91x100. The
Doctor scored 28, 88, 82' and 28
out of his Your svents of 26 targets
Trophies for high gun In Class 1
rent to C. C. w*t?r. * ?=*
_ ?guii in MaM 1
went to C. C. waters and A. F.
Steam, with scores of 90x100, after
shooting off ths tie.
I The medical profession scored
! again when Dr. A. B. 8tine took
' No. 1 trophy in Class 1, with
; 11x100. MoCarron took second
prise, beating Bowie in a shoot-off.
Bach scored 14x100.
i In C.ass 1 Captain Horton romped
! home a winner with 11x100. leaving
Drs. Nelll and Burke to fight It
.out for second prise. The former
won the trophy, after a spirited
?hoot-dff, scoring 14 ' to 11 for Dr.
Thirty-eight shoo tars found the
program attractive, despite attrac
tions In the shape of races and
football games. Their scores fol
low: ?
..TaBklle. 79; C. O. Waters.
witST?* i'>V ?#V?V^ x???2?a?
Ml Ammon.. tV; ?r)U, TASKS'
Freeh Substitute Sent in for
Princeton Batter* Way
Across Chicago Lin*.
(Continued from First Fage?>
line. Cleaves bucked three mors.
Keuer failed to Rain. Maroon rootara
were almoat frantic.
At thla point Coach Roper recalled
Feuer. Crum, freah and eager, re
entered the fray. On the first play
ha dove savagely through center.
For two minutes the players of both
ar were, piled In a heap over tha
Sprawled Over.
There waa a huah in the atands
as officials pulled the playara
apart. And there, sprawled over
the goal line waa the form of
Crum. the Hall grasped In his arms
He had scored the touchdown that
won the game. Smith added tha
additional point.
The Stagg men made Uhe belated
effort to score after that. By dint
Of line smashing, mixed with a few
forward passes, they worked tha
ball to the Tigers' 1-yard Una,
There the whistle ended their
march. ?.
With another minute to play they
might have turned the tables. But
the Tiger line was showing strength
and the near success of the Chicago
{attempt to score failed to detract
i one iota from the credit of tha
Tigers in their remarkable four
teen point rally.
The line-up:
Princeton. Poet t Ion. Chicago.
Oray U IC Ump*
Treat L. T Fletcher
Dtckenaon (c),...L.a Pondellk
Alford ....Center Kins
Snivel/ R.Q Lewie (c)
Baker It. T Dowdy
Tllleon 1.1 Dlcklneon
Gormen QB Strohmelr
Cleavee L. H Pyott
Cram r. h M. Thome*
?mery ,...r.B J. Thomas
Score by quarter*:
Princeton ? T ? 14??1
Chicago ? ? ( ??1(
Touohdowne ? J. Thomae (?), Cram.
Oray. Ooale efter touchdown* ? Smith
(I). Subetltutlone: Chicago?Rohrke for
Lewie, Cameo for H. Thomae. Zorn far
J. Thomas. Byler for Carueo, Durgeee
for 8iu>hmeir. Strohmelr for Dlckaon.
Lewie Tor Rohrke. Robrke for Lewie,
J. Thome* for Byler, Meyere for Ponde
llk, Mrlfaetere for Burgee*. Daweon for
King. Prlnoetoa?Vaa Oerblg for Cram.
Bedell for Snlvely, Beattl* for Van Oer
: big. Orlfflth for Alford. Crum for Fear,
. WlBgate for Oormen. Officiate: Referee
Scbarte. Brown. Umpire -r Haokett.
: Weet Point. Field Judgr n?nkheri
Dartmouth. Head Linesman?Bid ridge.
Michigan. Time of quarters. II mlnutee.
Native Virginian Heads
Charlottesville Tossers
tS.?Isadora Oppleman, of Lynch
burg, Va., has bean elected captain
of the University of Virginia basket
ball team for the 1)21 season. Cap
tain Oppleman la a forward who waa
? great factor in Virginia's long
string of victorias last winter. In
addition ha plays halfback on the
varsity eleven. '
Kills Brown, graduate manager of
athletlca, la working out a strong
basketball schedule for the coming
Wtatsr. Practise has already start
ad. Oti good afternoons tha candi
dates for the quint are working on
tha courts on Utmhsth field while
s? had days they practice la Fayel
wether gymnasium. The first gams
win ks stayed early la Jaawary.
GAME, 13-7, TO
Tex Hamer and Capt "Po?"
Miller Prove Undoing of
Urtble 8am'? Middies.
(Continued from |<irit Page)
punt to mid fie Ul, and once more the
Middle* started down the'fleld.
. Thle tine things were batter. The
short, stabbing attack brought re
sults. The'Quaker forwards could not
stop the plunges and divas of CuUen,
Conrojr and McKee, and * couple of
first downs rseulU-d in do Urn*.
* first down on Penn's
10-yard line, and two plunges into
the line by Norris gained nine yards.
23,th* .?*** McKee, who played
brilliantly all day, jumped right
through the center of the line tor a
touchdown. Cullen's goal from place
ment Made it Navy, 7; Penn. 0.
In ere wasn't much dolnr from then
to the oioae Of the period. ju?d when
ft* J?rtod\slarted Navy tfad
the ball on Penn'a JO yard Une.
Navy suffered a penalty of fifteen
yards so McKee hurled a forward
2* to Conroy for a gain of
eighteen yards. Parr took a iat
"li*1 fr.<*n Conroy and hiked
nine yards before McOraw hurled
him to the parched ground. Norris
mad# it a first down with a diva
through center for two yards.
Loas of Seven Yards.
t Derik Pena's fast center, broke
through and toaaed McKae for
* "even yards before he
??uld make a forward paas and
then Thnrman intercepted CluUen'a
forward paas. giving the >?ii to
Penn on Its own 30-yard line.
,?"1 akjek formation McOraw. a
nimble half-hack, raced left end tor
seventeen yards and a first down
i f. on the next play,
and Matthews the Navy centre,
recovered the ball on Pena's 41
yard Une.
A forward pass failed. Thurman
knocking It to the ground and then
tore off eight yards at end and
Norris mads a first down with a
diva through the Penn line.
.wU"2/Sl rtjn from ktek formaUon.
the Middies continued to gain con
secutively. Conroy. McKee and Nor
taking turns In carrying the
ban. They brought the leather aa
?-y*rd Una where
the Quakers held tor downs, greatly
toJhe Joy of the Mg crowtL Th*
Red and Blue attack waa too weak
to gat anywhere and so Tex Ham?r
the big full-back, booted the ball
to Navy's 44-yard line where McKee
made.?. e,,r c"tch- A forward
pass fall to the ground and then
i^onroy galloped around right tackle
for twelve yards A double pass,
?a penalty of fifteen yards
'* brought the ball back to
the Qiwkere*tTjrard line.
T*? apparently march
r'*h 1 on down to a touchdown,
out time waa moving rapidly and
two tost downs, with the ball
onPenn s 1-yard line, Penn held for
*? th* whistle sounded, end
in* the half.
. the second half. Taylor
Wcks< off to MiUaa on Penn'a It
i galloping hack
JtJ"** Tarda. On a reverse play,
>^?raw got tan yards around right
"7fh aleven aeemad filled
each other an the back after every
P^eslon*1 m*Ua* *" "celient lm
talki JUm*r.' th" """Hack. hit the
fE^JL2?Upl* f another
,11m down resulted. McOraw took
S, th?tl!w brt"1?*t dashes out
, ?:"* tackle and soon Penn had
Tb.n^i?n VifhhU*B' " ram line.
Then oame a brilliant forward r-"
to^rdWhtaUS5? *5^ 'eather far out
IW and where Captain
Ctaak^rs**!^ H b"?khlLn<5'<* Two
and from ?omewhere
P.r?^d^1 hlm with ths Interior
?noe that took the ball across the
?2de 1Jn*. for * touchdown. McKee
Miliar '? attempt to stop
Miller, bat the Quaker captain leaned
over the proetrate Navy back and
P'*oen>o"t goal by Ha
P?n? SL5 *sop* lnd the bis
Penn cheering section Into hysterica
Navy Is Penalised.
Cullen came back with the klckoff
? ,ln?. a fln. rS"
hLktTJlmHv* yard" through a
broken field. After a couple of plays
Navy, waa penalized ten yards and
"?yard UnT Cu,,*n *?unted to Penn's
. Jt was apparent that Penn was In
^,L*r? r ,B thta ha,f- ?>? attack,
with Haraer and Miller carrying the
ball moat of the time, took the ball
right up the field. The Navy for
warda were beginning to ahow signs
ELlUS1" w2iw ta*r'w 8h*w?1' h"d to
replace _ Walker who waa so dissv
he couldj-barely walk to the aide
' Th?r* simply Was no stop
olng the now?<ui rushes of the Penn
backfleld and the Quaker forwarda
tMS!r opponenta.
k_ i the call of time Penn had the
ball on Navy'a I-yard line and the
end was In sight.
the two team*
lined up and Captain Miller hopped
right through the Navy line for a
touchdown. Thle gave Penn the lead
which was never lost The attempt
at a placement goal failed, leaving
the score It to 7.
Bob Vtolwell. who had been savtng
Steve Rarchet, rushed him In, but It
waa too late. The Navy star did some
clever running with the ball and
hi" passes were good, but the re
celvers were too well covered or too
tired to get out where the ball land
ed, and the middies saw most of
their efforts go by the board.
Navy la Obdurate.
Refusing to quit, however, the
Navy fought hard down to the very
th* **??- Taking the kick
off McKee. Brachet and Conroy began
pounding the Quaker tacklee. Start
ing on their own It-yard line they
rapidly carried the leather down for
a couple of first downs. Brachet
was especially dangerous with his
short dives Inside and outside of
tackle and soon the ball was otf
Penn's 10-yard Una It looked Mk?
Navy score, and everybody theri
knew that a placement goal woul/.
give the middles the victory,
A dive Into the line was stopp^a
by big Thurman, the Penn quarter
back. Some unknown forward breico
through and toaaed Cullen (or a li?s
of Ave yarda, and then was esen The
middles final attempt at victory, /
dropped back and hu
a forward paas toward hls&ft
Manila Legislates
Against Women
T*HE report* from Berlin,
Germany, torn* time ago to
the effect that gitU ware bo
te* taught boxing Mod were
being matched at mask hall*
aha club* evidently reachod
Manila, Philippine Islands,
for the Municipal Board of
that city hasv just passed an'
ordinance making it ? misde
meanor for a girl or woman
to engage in a boxing match,
whether amateur or profes
Annapolis Lads Knock Off An
other Maryland Eleven in
March for Championship.
Annapolis, m<l, Oct. 28
By a score of 20 to 0, St.
John's won a well-earned
victory over Mt St Mary's hero
this afternoon, mikinx a long step
toward the State championship
honors, which it is determined to
win this yhar. Brilliant backfield
work, both on the attack and as
the secondary defense, was the
prime factor in St John's decisive
victory. Mt St Mary worked
hard and sent its backs into St
John's line hi desperate thrusts.
Again and again they went
through the local forwards, to be
thrown hard by the secondary de
St. John's, by a spectacular ef
fort , scored two touchdowns in short
Ume after the flret kickoff, and
clinch,sd the game with a touch
down In the third quarter. Mt
St. Mary's rained for a brief period
whenever It got the ball, but Its
cleeeet menace to St. John'* goal ?
was In the final quarter, when It
reached Its opponents' SO-yard line,
line. I
It was Cain, the fleet black
haired Indian of the St. Jobn'e
backfield, who was called upon
most frequently and gained most
regularly for the Ahnapolltans.
Fast and rugged and ever ready.
St. John's has In Cain a bask of
the utmoet value and a fit com
plement for the other fine-running
St. John's received the klckoCf
at the opening of the game, and
Darely ran around left end for
thirty yards on the first scrim
mage. After eeveral abort gains,
fifteen yards were gained on a
forward pass from Darely to
Ridgely. Cain then made five on
an off-tackle play, and a forward
pase from Darely to Gain netted
twenty ejrarda and a touchdown.
Ridgely received the next kick-off
on St. Jobn'e 11-yard line and ran to
jits 40. Ridgely, Kirkpatrick and
i Darely gained, but a check cauaed
Darely to punt behind the vialtors'
goal Une. Mt. St. Mary's pnt the ball
In play on their own 20-yard line, but
fumbled, and Ridgely fell on the ball.
That player ran fifteen on the next
play, and Gain made the remaining
five for a touchdown. Darely added
a point each time with a drop kick
In the third quarter, Klrkpatrick re
ceived the kick-off -and ran to St.
John's 40-yard Une. Aftet substan
tial gains by Cain and Darely. Ban
field caught Darely's long pasa, the
play netting forty yards, and oroesed
the vial tors' goal line.
Seldom In recent years hss St.
John's exhibited a better balanced.,
more varied or more accurately exe
cuted attack, the line, however, not
being quite up to lte standard. Im
provement as to the forwards would
undoubtedly give St. John's one of
Maryland's best teama for many
years. Line-up:
St. John's. Position, lit. St. Mary's.
Stecher LP ? H. Mor?r
Psrry Osatsr Crostsr
Barter ????II. ?' ?* ^
Alexander J - SJITTi
Anderson It r""?
Parley ,Q. B............ Klley
cafnkp4tr,ek..v.v::? jgS
Rldcsly Creole
Score by periods: ,,
St. John'* 1J ? ? f~>?
Mt St. Mary'*...., t 4 4 4? I
Touchdowns?Cain (S). Banfleld. Tries i
tor points?Darely (I) drop kicks- |
Substitutions: St. John's?teaier fer Ber
ber, flapp for Anderson. Helmi Tor Brown.,
H. Wosasr for Rldrsly. Mt. St. Mary s? |
Boyls fer Psrrsll. Referee Armstrong,
Tufts. Umpire ? Qoddard, Sprlncfleld
Training School. HaaS I.lsessnas--R?b
blna, Washington Collars. Time Sf quar
ters, fifteen minutes.
The pass. Just a trifle too high,
eluded the receiver, and, dropping
Into soucn for a touchback. That
was Navy's laat shot In the locker.
Never again did It threaten.
Navy Fights to Bad.
Penn soon punted after play was
resumed and McOraw intercepted a
forward pass, giving the Quakers
the ball on Navy's thlrty-flve-yard
line. The Middles were still fight
ing, though, and took1 the ball
on downe on the thirty-yard line.
One flret down came, but again
McOraw Intercepted a forward paae
and it was Penn'e ball. From then
to the end of the game Penn tried
In vain to advance the ball with
forward paeeee, and the conteer
ended with the ball In mldfleld.
Lineup an<? summary:
Pean. Position. Bstt.
_.?k JJ WatCU
' icOriW
SBm E ?e.e%oe.ef ?? CiUM
||Mle,|,e leitieieeeie IHOirll
Gaorg? Washington Helps Buf
JaJoes Opm New Kiwanit
' Park at Wallsburg, W. Va. ,
28.?George Washington _
l m /JV. University football players *
proved a welcome vikitor to
Bethany today in opening the new
Kiwanta Park for the approval '
The occasion marked the inaugu
ration of [the new field for the
Bethany College eleven and Dave
Morrow'* lads won the approval
of their followers by the business
like manner in whlifa they rolled
up a 62-to-0 score on the District
of Columbia eleven.
Bethany scored four touchdowns
in the first half and thereafter took
things reasonably easy. The con
test was marked by unusually clean
play. Bethany outweighed the visi
tors by many pound* and was able
to make first downs frequently de
spite the feeble though stubborn
resistance of the Washington eleven.
Georga Washington drew a lot of
applause for Its work in face of the
odds against It. The Washington
| men fought gamely but were out
classed from the start.
The Une-up.
Bethany Pm q w
LJturdaJa LE Ptuk '
w............ xs::
luaaer *L4, corbln
........C . Clrmrnta 4
RT..V. Wal.t,
KB Weill
5:ilJ#1??h ?g Murphy
??'V. ?????????... .LH. ?????? s a.. Coopor
wopikir ???????... JtH. ?????? ?.. Hormy
" ' ?? '?L' V ??.'' ? ? ? O'Keafe
?- ?? V Umpir# ?
goojwit. W. and J. Hfadltn??i?aa?
finrdtn. Howard Tlma. 1ft mlnutaa.
THEY'VE uncovered an athlete
in the sonny California clime
who may, before his day is
done, achieve amazing athletic
heights. Jack Merchant is his ?
name Merchant, of the Univer
city of California. There's noth
ing he cannot do tn the way of
sportiue things. He can run the
hundred yards in 101-5 every
time be starts; he races the 220
in 212-5; he can run the 440
and the mile in cloae to record
time. '
He teased ths hammer 171 feet 1 |
inches at the Cambridge intereol
tagtote meet. That beat Pat Ryaa's
1?^ ot 1,W *"* 17# fett 1
7H inches made a year ago. And
Ryan, mind you, has been hammer
throwing for years, wherean Mer
chant is but a fledgling in compart
' Ryan, Record Holder.
Ryan holds the world record with
lit feet $% Inches made in 1913, with
John Flanagan ranking second with
184 feet 4 inches. Those are wonder
ful marks for Merchant to shoot at.
but the big fisctor in favor of Cali
fornla's super-athlete is that at ais
*?? "f.41 hU athletic life he Is tar
.?!? 0*.b0th Ryan and Fiana*nn.
. *srchant increases his distance
Jf?"*,,* with each practice
throw deciare those who have fol
IS.TS? ?y**r- "He has now the
**** h?*h Ryan and Flamg&n
~~ their best days. but. unlike
the others. Merchant has not had
j enough experience to acquire
i ,oH kna?Jt timing perfectly the
LkSntbf When he doe.
Pn' 11 hlt to ? hurry and prohably will
I B#^fr "i?? unUI he goes to 1#0."
' f ?m?"ltan- without seeming
???, M (?et in the broad Jump
0'0onnor'? mark of 24
? MJt U* Inches. It's likely 'hat
| JJjJJi, y**r h* will go well beyond
' tii'SS??' ,wUd end action, is .
ths pel feet athlete. He has muscles i
o? ? wrestler?muscles
which never really show, but which.
when sailed upon, ripple like quick
JhI!LUn?*Lhtow"kln Ther? 1" no
Merchant ever becoming
muscle-bound, as to the case with
surteoT muscles are on the
He has ths speed of a deer-the
f**oe of a ballet dancer. And he
has ths hsart of a lion. But Mer
ohant has ene fault?a ssml-lack of
ssrlousnsss In hto work. He never
really trlea-for record marks; never
trlss harder than Is necessary for
him to win the svant in which he
to competing.
While other athletes are constant
record*' Merchant
has no r*ord-makln? thought, in
iSl^nmfSL* .OB"iUot 10 Win?no; at
,ar* * diversion for him;
at records ?t attsmpts
! tillL ^ becomes
**t*?4natlon to
fracture the existing marks In the
of sportdom^h which ^
?h^* on tw? ?r
J1 wouldn't be sur
r,r'''"' h* h?"? world-record
""^?viaajg,?y PnIitn
Midgets will prsc
tic today at Seventh and O at 10
?J?uld Uk* thMa Pl?yr?
Sjjfe D. Newman. H.
Kjjrtabt, Rjrwj, Roaenberc.
Z*?"* Ml?a>ta. t te 9.
ySLTfT* 4nd kiok

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