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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1909.
r r x ? ? ? Mande. Oiilnii & Co., ( lovls. X. M. M. Mandell, Albuquerque, X. l. X Racing Football Boxing Athletics Special Sale on 100 Men's Suits f Carried Over from Last Year $ 1 5 to $ 1 8, Special $ 1 2.50 Varsity Worsts in Spectacular Exhibition by Score of 28 to 2 MILITARY BOYS MATCH FOR THE U. fJ. I TEAM VISITORS UNABLE TO MAKE A TOU CHDOWN Cadets Play Aggessive Line Plunging Game; Superior Knowledge of Fine Points of Rugby Wins For Locals. Magnificent team work, '11 superior knowledge (if up-to-date football, coupled with the experience and ton fid, -nee gained in ninny gridiron but tles, wua responsible for the victory of tin- I'nivorsity of Xrw Mexico deven over thi- -Vow- Mexico Military Insti liiH! team before 11 crowd of more than six hundred people :tt Traction park yesterday, the visitor being de n.'iiiil by a score of 2X to 2. It was a splendid exhibition of football, not withstanding the one-sided score. The cadets nre fighters and they never displayed their fighting ability to bet ter advantage than they did in the game yesterday. That the soldier hoys did not make a touchdown against tito varsity was not because they did not try. Tt was Just a case of brawn and pluck and a fair knowl edge of the game on the part of the military men against the brawn, pluck and expert knowledge of rugby on the party of the varsity. The I'. X. M. bnys made one touchdown in the first ii.il!, three 11 the lust half, kicked goal three times, made two safeties und kicked u goal from the field, all if which netted them twenty-eight points. The soldiers were successful only in making one safety In the last leu minutes of play in the second half, which netted them two points. The varsity played n fine game throughout, although they got in bad several times and were penalized be cause of the failure of forward pass es. Twice during the game, once in the first half und once in the second half the cadets c ame dangerously near making a touchdowwn. Each time the varsity managed to protect their goal by a kick, however, and the vis itors were deprived of the satisfaction of returning to the institute with the pleasure of having madu a touch down. Spectacular plays were numerous and the lovers of rugby enjoyed the exhibition immensely, notwithstand ing the cold, bleak northeasterly wind which Kwept over the field. Allen, at right half, dalles at left end, and liryhn. who was substituted in the M-contl half for Price, were among the men who did most of the heavy work for the varsity. Titee was sent to the sidelines at the end of the first half, iiiite. badly bunged up. He played a brilliant game nt left half all through the first, repeatedly smashing through the cadets' line and blocking many plays which might have proven dan gerous for the varsity. "ChoruU" Jiryan, who was sent in for Price, dis played much nerve and played u very aggressive offensive and defensive game. Allen's work at right half was one of the high light of the game, hi' shone on more than one occasion by his fast footwork in recovering piuils and tackling fleeing cadets, alies was one of the stars of the locals, slaving a dashing, smashing, line-bucking game all the way. "Doc" Cornish was there all the time with his headwork and sent his nun into the plays with such snap und dash that the soldier boys were at tunes tulle bewildered, furnish punted well yesterday, but the wind was against bini and frequently his kicks were pn-tty much of a failure. For the cadets Huird, the big full ba( k, waa the prima donna. Higgins at right half and Staines at right end played aggressively nil the way through. Staines pulled off a pretty Iday towards the end of the first half vih,n he recovered a punt on the forty -five yard line and started like a house oil fire for the varsity gout line. Ilreakin;; through the varsity's Interference, Staines hail n clear field. Allen for the varsity, however, was after him like a deer and brought him down after he had gained some twenty-five yards. The play was one of th,. most spectacular of the game and Petrified the crowd. The line-up yesterday was as fol lowe: Varsity Left end. Calles; left tackle. Mi f unnel; left guard, Silva and Hamilton: center. Selva: right guard, Saulsbcry; right tackle. Arena, riijht end. MeKie; quarterback. Oir nh; fullhak. Marsh and Otero: left half, price and Prvan: right half. Al ien. W fadets Left end. Carrutherb; left laikle, Fink; left guaro. Hill: center. Short; right guard. llowlc; right tackle. Hunting: right end. Staines; Miart. rback. Kiggins; fullback, llalrd, 1' ft half, Killiournc; riuht haif. Jlig e'.ps Referee. St., mm; umpire. Fisher; Soldier Eleven field judge, Staab; head lineman, fol. tins; timekeepers, Devine and Crews. The Story of the (ame. Haird, for the Cadets, kicked off, Allen recovering the hall and gaining ten yards. A splendid forward pass netted the Varsity thirty-five yards. The Varsity lost the hall on a fum ble. Bnlrd punted and Allen recov ered, making a twenty-yard gain and threw off several soldier who at tempted Interference. Price inlscued on a forward pass and Itoswell from onto the ball. The Cadets found hole In the line and gained ten yards. riuird made seven on a run u round leit. ine varsity held the soldiers for three downs and executed a sue cessful forward pass. Price to Corn isn, to tuero, wlilcn netted fifteen yards. Cornish punted to On Dev. v hi advanced twenty-five yards before he. ing downed. Price made a hole through right and curried the ball ten yards. Cornish failed In an at tempt to make a gain around right end. A forward pass, Price to Me Conncll netted the Varsity ten yards in attempting to smash through ren ter, tlin Varsity fumbled the bull with in fifteen yards of the goal. The Ca dets kicked and Allen was on the jut. as usual and made a long sprint, bringing the ball within six yards of the goal line. Price hit the center for u touchdown, which, however, was disqualified because the hall had been gouged outside the line. The Varsity lost the ball on downs and the Cadets kicked. Allen, playing deep, ploughc' his way through a batallion of sol diers for twenty-five yards, bringing the ball within a yard of the gonl line. A center rush netted a half yard and Mct'onndl and Selva curried it for another half yard. On tin kickout for a goal kick, McConnell caught and heeled the ball. Allen then rlosed the chapter bv kicking a goal, making the score 6 favor of the Varsity in ten 10 0 in minuten and ten seconds of play. Baird kicked off to Otero, who was downed in his tracks. The failure of a forward rass pave the ball to the. Cadets and Raird carried It for ten yards. The Cadets fumbled and Price recovered the hall. The Var sity was penalized fifteen yards for un unsucecessful forward pass. Ttos nell attempted line piunges. but V-oic held for downs. Cornish punted, but the wind carried the ball to within two yards of the soldiers' goal line. I!os well lost the ball on downs and the Varsity gain ted fifteen yards on punt, Cornish to Selva. Cornish gained ten yards on a run around k-rt end assisted by splendid interference Price made ten ards around right em" an( (Jalles made two yards on a lef' end run. A forward pass, Price t McConnell, netted ten yards, but tie play was disqualified because it ha' been made over center and the Vur pity wns penalized fifteen yards, for nish punted, good for tin yards. Thr Cadets got the ball on a fumble am tried several line smashes wlthou" success. They punted, Allen recov ering the ball, being downed in hi: tracks. The Varsity attempted 1 forward pass, but it failed to worl and they were stung for fifteen yards The Cadets got the ball on down anV made five yards on a run around lef They were unable to make any head way. however, and punted. Cornial carried It ten yards on the recover.' und then made a spectacular forwan pass, good for twenty yards. Cornlsl failed to gain on an end run. In at tempting another forward pass th' Vaisity lost the ball. The Cadet .ntu.i un.i Allen carried it twclvi yards. The Varsity punted am Staines recovered the ball with F clear field. Allen, the 10-sccond mar on the Varsitv team, however, win right behind him, and downed him after he had gained some Iwonty-fivi ynrds. Time was called before tip next play. The Second Half. The second Half opened with Hryur at left half instead of Price, who wai considerably damaged during the firs' half. Price was anxious to play th' Kame out. but he wns ruled out bj Coach McHlrnie. in the second ses slon the Varsity uncorked a few o ....ir trick nlavs. and the fadets ver. ,,..nia.. 1,1 keen un. Th soldiers go .v.,. ,.,ii ,.n numerous occasions, bu failed to g' t worth while. away wnn imyumr Several times Pain and the other men ten mi me i.. ,.,ci,..u though center Un am clse in around U-' "" llUt KerCx U" able to keep it UP long enough make much headway. The Mr"' plaved very aggressively in the sec nnd and three touchdowns, a M I which would have neon .. j but for bit of hard iiicR, eoals resulted from their etrorts. 1 Vnwitv started things moving o K'jit hind kicking to the aneis. in,- inn on the twcn.y-vard line Hi.n returned the compliment and recovered the ball. making firteer yards on the deal. While '"'', ihis play. Otero injured his knee ,be game was stopped for severs minutes, it being feared that the b, f,,i bark had been seriously Injurec He gamely g"t back Into the play - ,,,1 utmost finished tie L-ir to the cuneta, wo- .,.,. r.l.ivln until within t-n mln i,.u V,f ouittinc time when lie waf 'supplanted by .elva. !m. f..r Selva at cent Marsh substituí IT. While Oten 'was ,n the game pretty uch est'r Idav he did not plav th- exhibitio expected of him. falling far short o his playing at lioulder last .aturdas The fadets lost the ball on downs am after that it was prettv much f 1 walkaway for the Varsit. althougl-.v.- ...Miera fought every inch. Hy : I serie of line plunge, forward r" and end runs the Varsity worked the ball up the field for a touchdown Otero being sent over the line by hit Interference, making the score 1' to 9. counting the kick, which was made by Allen. The second touch down In the second half occurred after a few minutes of fast play. The fadets kicked off; Allen carried it eighteen yards. The Varsity was penalized fifteen yards for ful lure to recover on i forward pus Cornish punted forty yards. The fadets punted, otu ol their men recovering the ball. The military men were penalized for fall Ing to take the necessary two stops before being tackled. The fadets uuntcd and Mryan recovered the ball nd made a prettv twenty. five yard lash around right end. fornlsh failed to gain on a left end run. The Vur dty lost the ball on a fumble and the '"'adets uuntcd. Allen carrying It twenty yards on the recovery. The Varsity plunged through the line fot good gains, finally making a touch down. Allen kicked th, goal und the score was IS to 0. (alies made th fourth touch down of the game, when he recovered a punt by the fadets and made a fast run to the goiil. Allen kicked the goal, and the score wai '3 to ft. A safety which would hnv been a touch down but for unavoid ible interference with the ball by n Varsity man, resulted In the next 'ew minutes of play, making the scor, j. At this stage of the game the I'adets got In their heavy work, liiKk 'ng two points on a safety, which ,vould have resulted ill a touchdown f their line plunges had worked suc essfully. A forward pass, a success- ul punt und two end runs sent the oldlers hoy down the field to within .1 few yards of the goal. The ball j as sent over for a safety, netting them two points, the only scoring they did during the game. A kick trom the field netted three points tor the V orally, which closed the scoring fol them, the total score being ':s to ( adets Attend Informal Imnco. The members of the New Mexico Military Institute sound were the guests of honor at a pleasant dance given by the Varsity men In the Klks' lodge room last night. The cadet! were resplendent In their handsome ilress parade uniforms and proved themselves winners nt a dance, even :f they were not winners on the grid iron. The battle of the afternoon was forgotten by both the soldiers and the Varsity men. The arsity girts, who had rooted strenuously for both adet und Varsity man at the footbull 7.1 me, forgot an anoui rooting " became lost In the mazy wait.es anu fancy two-steps. The military men left for Roswell it 3 o clock this 111011111141, rcyciui hat they left the long end of iho .'oothall score in A Ihiuineniuc, run otherwise well pleased with inetr wsu to the city. HIGH SCHOOL WINS FROM MENAUL IB TO 5 A, H, S. Redeem Themselves for Defeat of Three Weeks Ago, Winning from Mission School by Good Score, In a game that was replete with lever trick plays, successful forward Hisses and good team work through mt, the Albuiineniue High school yes erday afternoon worsted the Metuiul ichool by the score of sixteen to five. The A. II. S. eleven was defeated by he Mission school lads three week igo by the score of ." to 0. The High ichool lads were Jubilant over yeMer lay's victory and wore red neckties low n town last night In token of their Ictory. fox at right end, O'Klelly at eft end. fulkins at left half and londin at right half were the stars "or the High school. Domínguez, ight tackle; Tenorio, left tackle, and terna at quarter played well for Me Hitil. The line-up yesterday follows; H s. Jones, center; Staehlin, Ight guard; Peterson, left guard; ta heehi, left tackle; Johnson, right ackle; o ltielly and Mctiough. left nd; fox, right end; Ui Pruik, (uar erback: Calkin, left half: Tlalcomh. ullback; Ooodin. right half. Mena ul Lucero, center: Padilla, ight guard; Homero, left guard; Do ningncz. right tackle; Tenorio, left ackle: .laraniillo, right end, Cande arin, left nd; Hernal, quarterback; tango, right half: Rodriguez, left half The High school will play the In linn school next Saturday. The wln ler of this game will decide the city nter-collegiate i hamplon-hlp. The ligli school has won from the Varsity econd team and the Mcnnul school, ind the Indians have also won from fcnaiil 'ah ngce Mint tint by Nationals. Los Angeles. Nov. 13 Iis Ange es was shut out by the All-Xationals oday. Score: Vil-Nationals' Vs Angeles Catteries: furtiss and "horsen and Kasterly. H. H. K. . x 11 1 .or: Meyers; Philadelphia ft: Han IVanclK-o 1. San Francisco, Nov IS The Phila 'elphla Athletic scored a victory over lan Francisco today, i to 1. Score: It. It. F. Uhlctbs i: 0 an Fran, seo 1 i Pattrte.: Morgan ail I Donahue; "riffin and William. VARSITY WILL PLAY FARMERS FOR THE Aggies' Victory Over the ers Yesterday Makes It Al most Positive That U, N, M and Mesilla Park Men Wil Contend for Pennant, lly defeating the Scho Mesilla Park yesterday place themselves In Inn battle with the 1'iilverc ni of Mines lit the Aggies for a fierce ity for the ha m pi.uishlp of the territory. The Varsity will meet the Miners on the local gridiron next Saturday. Because of their poor showing at Mesilla yes terday the t . X. M. nu n look, tor an asy victory. When asked last ninlil regarding Die forthcoming game between the Aggies and the Varsity, which will iccur after the I . X. ,M. team returns from Tucson, Manager ljiwrencc I. expressed himself as being confident that his eleven could get away with he Farmers. "The result of the Aggies-Miners game today Is pleasing to us," said Mr. I.ee. "Our men want u crack at the Farmers. We believe we can tear .hem to pieces. If the Vaisity doesn't win the territorial chumuiorixhin thi year it will be because there is 1 ipoke loose some place." NINETEEN TO 0 Aggies Play Aggressive Con centrated Gio; Miners Go to Pieces washed, and are White- JHpeelnl IMwpnlfh to the Morning ,lnurnall La.s Cruces. X. M., Xov. IS. In u game that was hard fought from start to finish the Agricultural college this afternoon defeated the Socorro School of Mines by the score of 1 to II. Tile Aggies played an agRressive, concen trated game and never gave the Min ers any quarter. Three touchdowns and two safeties wire earned by the Aggies by line smashes, forward pass es and trick plays. The Mesilla Park hoys played together all the way through, while the visitors went to pieces several times, resulting in seri ous losses for their side. Lyons, Kat zeiistcin, TilTney, farter ami Jtoright of the Miners played well all the time hut the remaining members of the team played in the. air most of the time. Hall, at quarter, was one of the stars for the Aggies, with Hrown, loll guard, and Floyd, fullback. alo taking a prominent part In nearly all the plays. The only herlous accident of the game occurred In the last half when Jobs, right tackle for the School of Mines, had tho misfortune to break his arm .hiring a scrimmage. YALE VICTOR IN SPECTACULAR EXHIBITION (Continued I nun Page 1. Column .".) ford, of Trinity. fmplre lleacham, of Cornell. Field Judge Him key, Yale, Head linesman Knit., of P.rown. Time of halves 3.1 minóles. Xnvy Wins One-Milcl Came. Annapolis. Mil.. Xov. 13. While the score was one-sided the game today between the Navy and Western fte serve abounded In flashes of brilliant playing that brought the spectatois to their feet with wild cheers. The vis itors were defeated 1" to fi. but the first half ended B to in their favor. Ueserve, whose quarter. Wcrtaen, was easily the Indhiduul star, was more the master of open play and fancy football. Itouhlor W in-. 0 0 Victory. Colorado Springs. Colo., Xov. 13. The phenomenal place kicking and superior generalship of Captain "null" Slerretl of the state university eleven offset Colorado college' advantage In weight und a muddy field And gave the lioulderit'-s a to 0 victory to day. California Ix-feuta Stanford. Stanford I'ntwrslty. Cal.. Nov. 13. The ninth annual football game be tween Stanford and the Cniversity of California, played on Stanford Held today, resulted III a victory for the State university. 1 to 13. and for the first time in sown years, the Califor nia university football team ser pentlned on their rivals' field. It was the ui'Mit spectacular game played by the two colleges since Rugby football was Introduced four years ago. The battle was almost exclusively ; between tho respective forwards of the CHAMPIONSHIP FARMERS WIN FROM SCHOOL OF MINES &.two teams and II wan seldom that the hack field of eKhtr team gol an op portunity to show what it could do. T t t T X 9 $20 to M. a. TMC'MlII'MT'M When this did occur, th" spectator were brought to tlvlr feet the most brilliant passing ever seen In a liugby game between the universities. Among the L' 0, 0 (i o spectators was oernor James X. Oilletl. He wove the blue und gold, but was flanked on either side by Ins two Stanford daughters, wearing the cardinal. Cornell and Chicago Tie, Ithaca, X. Y., Nov. 13. Cornell and Chicago tied again In today's foot ball game by the same score as last eur, e to 6. Neither side was sure at lllcal points and heavy penalties lost Cornell two chances of scoring, while twice, with a tourhdnwn In sight, her right guard. O'Connor, was Instructed to try goals from the field. Twice also Chicago held plucklly lor downs In dangerous territory. After Cornell had twice failed to cross the maroon goal line In the first half. Chicago look the ball on Cornell's 3-yard line and pulled off the feature pass of the game. Page, at quarter, hurled the ball high to Siiuer at left end, w ho ran to Cornell's 19-yard line before he was downed. flight Halfback Crowley and Fullback Worthwlne were then sent around the ends In a series of runs and cross bucks to the one-yard line. Cornell failed to hold and Crowley went around the left end for a touchdown. Pago kicked the goal. Cornell re turned with a vengeance In the second half and evened the score. Crimson liefcats Dartmouth. Cambridge, Mass,, Xov. 13. Hiir- ivard smashing offset and out weighed liartinouth's superior punt ing in a cleun. well played game to da), which gave the crimson a victory by a acore of M to 3. Harvard twice drove over Dartmouth's goal line. A Dartmouth blank seemed Inevitable, but the green carried one of their numerous succession of side kicks In Ule lust three minutes ul the game nd standing on Harvard's 4 -yard line, Captain Toby made a beautiful goal from placement. .Helped by a Dartmouth fumble on the green's 30 yard line early In the second hull' Har vard In nine rushes crossed Dart mouth's goal. Froth Ing ha m making the first touchdown, and P. Wlthlng- ton booted an easy goal. An exchange puma and a successful Dartmouth side-kick gave the green the ball on Harvard ll-ytiru line, tne near est Dartmouth got to the. crimson ml, the plunge failed to gain, on a oiivurd paa the ball landed In 'rothinglium's anus and lie covered yards before be was overhauled, W'lRglemvorlh, who had displaced laherty r.t quarter back, hurled a e directed forward pass into Houston's arms and that player isheri behind the Dartmouth goal. Score. Harvard U'. Dartmouth 3; touchdowns. Frollilngh.ini. Houston; goals from touchdow ns. P. Wlihington goal from placement, Toliy; ref- ree, A. Iv ithltig. Cornell; umpire, William .Mori,, l'nlvcrslty of Penn sylvania; field Judge, W. f. ilrowlcy, Swathmoic; head linesman, If. 1.. Dadann, Worcester Technic.. I ; time of halves, uiliiutcH. Haskell Defeats Denver. Deliver. Nov. 13. The Haskell lu- liaiis of Lawrence. Kan., defeated n, envoi- university this afternoon, s o The Indians pounded through the ivy line of their opponents for consistent gains throughout the game and outclassed the Denver team hi handling punts and forward passes After an exchange of punts In the first ilf, a forward pass of - yards fol- wed b.V three plunges through (he line for more than 10 yards, each net. ,1 a touchdown for the Indians after four minutes' play. liobevts failed kick goal. Cabling the hall on exchange of mints Denver took the ball to the Indians' one yard line ioi succession of end runs and Walker is shoved over for a touchdown. Hammlll failed to kick goal. In the second half Hammlll. for Denver, fumbled and the Indians w. r.' forced out of bounds on Denver's yard line. Island replaced Mevltt and kicked goal from the field. Denv.r attempted a place kick from the 4.'. yard line Just as time wis called, but failed. Missouri IHfeats Drake. Columbia, Mo., Nov. 13 Missouv1 gained another lap In the race for Mis. soiirl valley championship honors by defeating the Diake university her Ihis afternoon. 2' to S. Northwestern Fimy for Chicago. Chicago. Xov. 13 -Illinois defeated Northwestern In a one-sided football game today at Kvanston by a eur of 3.1 to n The tate I nlversltv team by clever application of the forward pass an, the good kicking of Quarter hack Seller look the bad In the rirsl half which ended U' to In lli second half, Illinois' eleven piled ut :3 more on forward passes. whlci tomplctely bafllcl the Kvanston men Minnesota fllnclico Championship. Madison. Wis . Nov. 1 .1. .Mlnneroln iinched the football championship ol the Conference colleges- today by de feating Wisconsin 34 to 6. After th first t-n minutes of play Wimesnt.. simply out. hissed its opponent I'l $25, Special MANDELL Fine Clothing and Furnishings Ibe early pari of the first half Wis consin uppvaie, in have at least a chame to make a hard fight. Atler Minnesota had scored after five mln utes play the Wisconsin team rushed the ball over the line by a cric of brilliant plays and took the lead, to 5. Minnesota played one of the most brilliant and powerful games ever shown In this part of the country, and 11 is a team well qualified to hold the conference football honors of 19. The attack was powerful and varlegat. ed and appeared to gain in Its Inten sity and ferocity as the game prn pressed often the Wisconsin linemen would be so well taken care of that the runner would be able to reach the secondary defense on a line smash be fore he would be tackled. To AndeiMon must be given the m. or portion of the credit for Wlscon hiii, as he was the only inan able to gain with any regularity Ills prin cipal forte was a wide end run from a punt formation. once he was able to tear off a run about fifty yards and another time gained fifteen and twenty yards. Wisconsin seemed to lose its potv ers of resistance after the second half opened and the Minnesota backs tore down the field almost at will. 'lili (ame at Now fsrleaiiM. New Orleans. Nov. 13. Tiilane find Texas uuhcridticH fought a 10 to 10 tie today on Tulane Held In s steady ra In. The first tin It' ended 10 to l In Tulane favor, tieorge ami Walins ley scoring Intii h downs bv making aerifwtloiial SA-yurd runs Texan came back In the second half with a num ber of freshmen arid mainly by line plunging scored two lou.-li downs. ITnal Score. At Cambridge Harvard freshmen. It: Vale freshmen, a. At Yule Field Yale, 1 ; PrlJii eton, II. At Philadelphia Michigan, 12; Pennsylvania, K. Al Cjinibridge - Harvard, 12: Dart mouth, .1. At I iliaca -Cornell, ; Chungo, 6 At Annapolis - Navy, II; Writ fin. Reserve, , At Washington - 4 iisirgctown, 0; I'niveisity of Virginia, 21. At Ortnnell, lowa - lowa Slate Nor mal, 24; (Irlnnell, . At Carlisle Carlisle Indians. S.I; t'iettypbnig, n. , Al Columbia, Mo. Missouri, 22; Drske, li. At St. Paul Minnesota, '14; Wis consin, 6. At Providence llrovvii, 12: Culver slty of Vernioni, 0. At St. Louis Oklahoma, 11; St Leu Is I'niveisity .1. At Denver llasktll Indians, k; Den ver t'nivrrslty. 5, At Salt Uilie rnlvctsltv of Ptuh. 4: Agricultural College of Montana, 0. At Stanford, Cal. California, HI; Stanford, 14 At Annapolis St .lolmt College, (III; Mount St. Joseph College, Haltlmore, 0. At Colorado SpringsState t.'ii , slty, H; Colorado College, it. At Portland, Ore. t'nlvemlty of Oregon, 22; I'nlvcrslty of Idaho. 6, At Corvallls. Ore. -Oregon Agricul tural College, a; fnlversily of Wash ingloii, IK. At WIHiamstown. Mass.- William 1 1 ; Amherst, . At New Hruhswlck, X. J. - Itulger. 11; Havet ford, 0. At Durham, N. 11. .Win Hampshire State, II; lihode Island State. S. At Columbus, o Stale. ,1; Van derbill, 0. At South I'.cthlehatn, Pa - -Lehigh. 6; New York Cniverslty, fi At Pittsburg Cniverslty of Pitts burg. 17: Washington and Jefferson, 1 At Coll.gevllle, Pi "Prsinus, 3; Swaithmorc, t. At State College, Pa. Pennsylvania Slate. 3H; West Virginia. 0. At San Antonio. Tex.-San Antonio Academy, i. West Tenas Military Aa. demy, 0. At Mount Vernon, la. Cornell Col lege, I I ; foe College, . , Al Tarklo, Mo.-Tarklo, 2Ü; Amity College. 0. At Iowa City Iowa, 18; Ames. 0. At Ijifayette, Ind Purdue, Hose Polytechnic, 3. At Knnxville, Tenn. Abiha, Cnlversity of Tennessee, 0. At Newport New Cniverslty North Carolina, t. Washington Ix-e, 0. .'4: 1; an I Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Works BOILERMAKER Wanted Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Works $18.00 iT TRACK IS SAFEST III THE WORLD Automobile Records Smashed in Great Series of Races; Meeting Concludes Without Serious Accident, (By Mural Jmraal aelnl IhhJ Win) Atlanta, (la., Nov. 1 it. -AhhouKh American automobile truck records were broken tight and left today the meeting on thp new speedway wan finished without the loss of a life or serious Injury. (icorge Houertson, Lewis Strung, II. I- Kllpalllck. John Aiken and other drivers of note de clared that the tracks Is probably the safest In the world. The safety lies largely In Ilia a phaltum used In holding' the cement and dirt together, which form the surface of th,. track. The climax of the meet came in the lust race today, a 2011 mile contest for stock cure, which was won hy L. A. Dlshrow, dry ing a Hauler 'Kilty." The racers fin ished as follows: Klrst Hauler. Dlsbrow, 2:33.4 32. Second Kbit. Hobertson 2:07:47.4$. Third Iteneualt, Charles T. Hul, 2:SH:43.5. Kourtli Henea nil, I.. Hasle, 3:1S: 41.K7. t.'n to the 1112nd mile George Hob ertsoii. lit the wheel of a Kin I "aluty" seemed u certain winner. He was three laps ahead of all other cam when be bruke a chain and before he could resume hP hii,t lost fourteen m lira. When Itobertsoti resumed he uuick Iv overtook llasle, hut the most btll- lli.nt kind of driving, which he ex hlbited, and Ihe perfect rcaponae of his car were Insufficient to overcome Plsbrow's lead, although Hobei-tHon drove from 13 to li second per mite faster than the Hauler man. Although he was four laps behind Dlsbrow when he had repaired his i bain he was but two In the rear when Ihe Hauler pilot crossed the wire. Do you know that Bell Telephone slock was ut one time evert rheuper Hum rnlted Wlrebsa stock is today? It Is now worth :l.2ih per share. I'nil'M Wire legs Is now worth 1-15 pev share and will be. oíd I $.17.50 on the twentieth of IhlK1 month. Oppor tunity knocks at leust once at every man's door. This Is his viait to you; buy now, before loik goc up. Plater llitallv Hurt. Washington. Nov. 13. Archibald Christian of lllchinoiul, Va.. loft-luilf back of the football team of the Uni versity of Virginia, was dangerously Injured in the last half of the gamo with fieorgetown university here this afternoon. After a careful examina tion of his Injuries, it was announced his condition was critical und but light hope Is entertained for his re covery. How's TlUrt? We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any rase of Catarrh that cannot be cured hy Haifa Catarrh Cure. F. J. CIIKNKY CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known P. J. Cheney for the lust is years, and believe 111 in perfectly honorabls In ail business transactions, and financially able to carry out any obligations mude by lita firm. Walding, Kinnan Martin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O. llalla Catarrh Cure la taken in ternally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem. Testimonials sent free-. Price 75 cents per bottle. Hold by all drug fists Take Hall's Family Pills for consti pation. Our entire atia-k of ready-to-weir goods at a remarkably low price for this week's selling The Kconnmbtt. ATLANTA