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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1911.
THREE !spo RTS! i A A A t i inirDci Jl UNIVERSITY E HEBE two institutions. All the games play ed during the early part t.r the sea son ;re simple In ir paratlun for th... biir ThankgU iim contest. And yet while the feeling is strong, it is of a friendly iiHture. l:oth teams play liie game in a sportsman-like m.iniur and pride themselves in the elimina tion of brutality and question:; bid tactics. The contest r.ext Thursday will l a splendid exhibition of the greet Am erican oi liege game and the people of Koswcli will have an opportunity to see the best athletes of the south west battle for the gridiron champion ship. . Tin Ijp falls' Xodl.v Act. Crystal today. NTEREST IN BIG GAME L II M Thanksgiving Contest Between Military Institute and Agri cultural College Elevens Eag erly Awaited. sp.iiul rrrnpiBtlrar io Morning: Journal ..swell. X. M.. Nov. 26. 'Are you te.iily. Captain Thompson Are you ready. Captain Quesonberry ?" (Whis tle ) These will be the welcome sound at I'atuner park Thanksgiving after noon when the elevens of the New Mexico Military Institute and the Ag ricultural and Mechanical College line up In battle array at 2 o'clock. Uoswell football fans will be treat ed to the first real football panic of tin- season Thanksgiving day. m all advance dope, the teams appear to tie l.-nity evenly matched in playing strength, which should result in a closely fought same. t Tlx- "Farmers'' will weigh more than the "Cadets.'' but this advantage of weight should be off-set by the fact that the "Cadets" are playing at home in the prime of physical c million, whereas the "Fanners" must play the dm- after having taken a long, hard trip which will take the edge off their training. Therefore", the iiiestion arises as to which team knows and can execute the better football. Coach Austin until this season, was nn unknown iiantity in southwest ern football circles, but the fact that the i Jed and lilack football warrior Final- by him is an Imitation of hi.-neili-v a", a coach. As to Coach Ih'd-t-iioch, of A. M., even his worst etie.rlvs will admit that there are few n--n lit the same today who know unv more football or have any better feii:tv of teaching it to his men thi.n he. Iloth conches una captains are ex pecting a hard fought game, r.oih lee 111s respect the other, and when "ii ijet two teams that way and with the advance dope pointing to an evenly matched battle, It behooves you to see the same, for it is sure to he a rip-snorter all the way. The cheer leaders have been work ing with might and main for the pas: two weeks and have their cohorts working in a smooth manner. They will make the welkin ring Thanks giving afternoon. For the benefit of those who are not ramiliar with the college spirit of the two schrols, let It be stated that years there Tutu existed" the most In tense football rivalry between the "HANS" WAGNER STILL MIGHTIEST SLUGGER New York. Nov. St!. "bills'- Wan ner of Pittsburg, though third in the official list, stcppi d to the front again this year as the real leader anions the batters of the National league, as the official batting aveiagcs made public today how. Kirke and Jackson of Boston top the Plttshurgcr in the list, but each played in lcs than forty games, while Wagner figured in 130 contests. , Selnilte of Chica.'o, leads the home run hitters wiih twenty-one circuit smashes to his credit. I.uderus of Phil adelphia being a siroiig second., with sixteen. Shei-kalil of Chicago wr.j the only man who crossed the plate often est, being credited with 121 rims. Kive regulars on the New York team, I Wore, Snodgrnss, Merkle. Murray and Ieyle stole :MT bases in the aggregate and the chili's total was 317. PHYSICALLY FIT FOR CONTEST Hunter and lembke Back h Line-Up, While Other Players Are Out With Squad Eery Night. jun.l su. h must 1' l.wk. , af.er. la ; tne e.trlv lrt ef tins f,i.s,.n Charles hmte-tf. hut with the rush of vv.uk incideiit to the turkey day (tame, he has ha.t to call in assist. nice and has w.s.ly ehoen Ira A. Point, as assist ant manager. Cheer Leader Wyek Xlii.r has il- MINNESOTA FIRST BUT DISPUTE FOR SECOND PLACE IS UNDECIDED Chicago, Nov. 211. Leaving Minne sota secure in first place in the vvesi cvn conference, lootball a tit horit le, here are at odds as to the l'tie of no cession of the remaining teams of the conference. Chief discussion arises in the effort to place Wisconsin nd Chicago, each of which sets forth itn claim to second ,dacc. The lilace oi the Maroons or the Badgers, was not fully settled by the defeat of Wisconsin, according to the Cardinal followers. This Is Chicago's argument: Minne sota, champions of the conference, tied Wisconsin. Chicago defeated Wiscon sin, hence Chicago is iifcond and Wis consin third. The Hadger philosophers, however, have it this way: Minnesota, the cham pions, defeated Chicago overwhelm ingly, 30 to 0; Wisconsin tied Minne sota, C to 6; hence Wisconsin Is sec ond and Chicago third. AliiH-mlarcs Heat "New Y01 k. . Havana. Nov. 26. The Alti'cn.1 r-ex dcTeatcd the New Tork National league baseball team today, tl to . The gridiron a -":. rs of tic Ffi Velsiiv if New Mexico took a res; yestenvv from the trchunus prac tice of tjic week. MvM of the itnn eiijov, ,! a lay-off iiniuen.cl . The work they have been going through the last five weeks training for the ne hit; game of the Reason, that whn the I'tiivcrsity of Arizona at Traction park field on Thanksgiving aitcrnoon, has a kind of monotony to it. so that a good rest stu h as was ctifoved 'ys lerday s greatly Htpreciated. and gives tone to the other work. The men are getting more fit every day. Thev now look sleek and Ion" winded, like good race horses. and they should ,e able to put up such a fast exhibition with the Arizona men that the ':ctiis boys will not get ovet ir astonishment until the garni is th safely packed away in i.e. The return of II miter to the s,uad as guard is a mntiHtain of strength. Hunter has been out of the game for some weeks owing to a bad hand se ctir'd in the Military Institute game here. lie lias been under the doc tor's car.' and is now, in spite of tin fact that he has had to long liiy-ol'l'. feeling in the host f spirits and goes 1 nek to practice with the intention of putting up a splendid exhibition nt his chosen position. I,enibke, who also has been nut oi the game owing to a bad ankle and a be.llv Mistered loot, is hack in the siil;td. Altogether It looks as If th" Yal'sity vv ill go t n the field turkey day in heller shape, than ever this season. The work of the back field is at tracting trie attention and admiration of the watchers of the s.tiad ml the hill. Not only is the b.u k Held de elopin.. powers of plunging that if was not thoucht it possessed, hut for heady work and general distance cov ering, thev haw for the last week been showing decided Improvement. Arens at lull ba k Is a long, r-ingy chap who ciin cover ground well unj plunges for a gain every time. In rguring on gains through the line, however, the actual forwards of tl- team must not be overlooked. It takes considerable skill to tear a hole through seven opposing players, large enough for a muii to get through, and runs cannot often be made unless such a hole is made. In work of this kind Allen. Stronte and Hunter are excel lent, performers, while Captain Ham ilton at left tackle and "lleans" Glad ding In his new position at right tackle second the efforts of the first mentioned trio to good ol'feetl. For the first time this season Coach Hutchinson has no fe.tr of the slrenjfth of his ine. There are other things In prcirt tlon for the game to be considered besides the olayers. The conduct of the managerial affairs, such as adver tising, quarters for the visiting play ers, tickets, condition of the ground, with a nr : -throated practising or John s ais-t as sisting in this regat't. a-el a numbor of the High vhoo! stiid-nts will b . iresnt cheeiing for the s.lver mull Hcd. add in their quota of s.u ml m I Tkiii .ih ken ht Id of his new and has e ;U'd of si youngsters out -very c the colbge veils. 1'r Milne of the High cm DOZEN TIE GJUHES . HALF OF THEM ! matem teams to date follows I Team Points seonsM ) SCORELESS Carlisle ;t; 4; I'eun State 1K t'rincrton . 1 71 -, Yale i J-, " 1--' 11 t.irt month ! :M Pennsylvania .... llu ;,", Cornell S ;x M.rvnrd ss :; ", Ann) xx 11 that f the Varsity. j Tickets ere going- like ib'-t;re. 1 With but three selling d.ivs passed, 1 the leception the r.iliiu I r'.gnde has! lect ived has added to its . 1 usiasm. Some of the merchants "nav e gone so fsr as to l.Uy batches oi the tiv kets. 1 one well known ctt 111. r, l.aiit h.. ! purihaset tlO worth and oti,..rs $T,,,.i at'd J.V0t batches. Front this the Rtud-r.ts ire fro In the 1. 1 tti.it a gie.it crowd wits be on h .nd rr 1 in annual game. This wil'. e the w iv. be the last game plav e, ! .twem the two schools as terntori..! umversit'c. Hereafter they will be slate tiniv rsi ties. . Few Moie Contests Will Be Staged Thanksgiving Day Football Season of 1911 is Practically Ended. For coughing, dryness an,) tickling In the throat, hoarseness and all coughs and colds, take Foe Honey and Tar compound. Contains no piatea. J. 11. tvr.lelly. Morse (Ivuiit Svdit, v. V. S. F. Wl e.ilerott. rrlwes u Sidney. W.. N..v. ;,;. !rve ,v per el h St. .I.i- d. 1, CONFERENCE ALLWESTERF ELEVENS llmnesota, Wisconsin, Chicago, Illinois, Iowa and Michigan Players Get Places On Teams Picked By Axelson, Itv Mnrnlii( Juiirnii) l it I pnr( Irf 1 Chicago. Nov. -U. Interesting a'l-ong the all-star football eleven selected by sporting authorities are three men and Iowa and Illinois ench elevens selected by (1. W. Axelson of Chicago, a member of the commis sion, to have charge of the next year's Olympic games. In his nil conference selection he wives Minne sota, Wisconsin and Chicago each thre men and Iowa mid Illinois each one. Axelson's all-western team gives .Michigan three players, Minne sota, Wisconsin anil Chicago each two and Iowa and Illinois, each one. His conference team is as follows: Tohln, Minnesota, end: Huser, Wis consin, tackle; Serine,, t. hlcago, guard: n'Hrlen, Iowa, center: S. Hell ing, Illinois, guard: Kademncher. Chicago, tackle; HoelTel, Wisconsin, rnd; Moll, Wisconsin, quarterback; Saner, Chicago, halfback: Kosenwald, Minnesota, halfback; 'apron, Minne sota: fullback. 1 .Mis all-western team contains. Tohln, Minnesota, end: linsrr, Wis consin, tackle; Pcruby, Chicago, guard; O'Hrlen, Iowa, center; H. Hell ing, Illinois, guard; Conklin, Michi gan, tackle; Wulla, Michigan , end; Moll. Wisconsin, quarterback; Craig, Michigan, halfback; Kosenwald. Min nesota, halfback; Saner, Chicago, fullback. Interesting comparison are drawn from the two elevens and from these and the selections of Walter Kckvr sull, the former Maroon atnr. :u more gsnio on Thanksgiving will be attempted by a few e'eVii.s la tore ! covers th gridiron lot toe winter. p-'acth ally the foot'.u!! si mini of I s 1 1 is en b d. It is ended to the dissatisfaction oi followers of niaoy of the big teams III the east because so many of the games w, re lied and Several oth. ts were rc'aitvcly Indecisive owing to the small scores and the f.U't that I i few insianics victory hung on th bare thread of disputed rulings. A .usual review of the reason's rec mil l a do-.,n football teams, shoe. no less than a doxen ;U! garnet, six of will h were scoreless. Princeton, which lay claim lo the big four championship, tied with Le hi'h and the Navy and won from H.ir vara, I'artmouth and Vale by a mar galn of not over three points in wit h game. The Navy, In addition to the scoreless tie with Princeton, ulso played scoreless games with I'ennsyl Vanla State and Western Keserve and ts defeat of the Army was but a 3 to 0 victory. The Army also tied lieorgetown In a scoreless game. New York I'nh'erslty had three-no tally finii, Willi Khode Isuind, Trln Ity and llutgers and two other New York university games were verv close. mown tied 1 unity and had a very close struggle with Pennsylvania and erniont. Harvard and Yale played without result In the attempt to settle ancient rivalry and the Inter-sectlonal eon test between Michigan and Syracuse and the Wisconsin-Minnesota game, a crucial one in the west, ills:, were without decisions. In the records of ten eastern col leges, Carlisle stands out as the team rowing up the largest agg.egate score. The Indians sc.. red 2S points against their opponents 4.', and although de feated by tuie point by Syracuse, th v boast victories over Harvard and Pennsylvania. The Indians will play ltt'own on Thursday and are decided favorites. Cornell and Pennsylvania, both de feated by Penn State, will meet at Philadelphia Thanksgiving day with the Ithaeans strongly supported as favorites. Fenn State, a still un defeat ed eievcn, meets Pittsburg the same day. The defeat of Wisconsin by Chicago and AiinniMita'K victory over ldlie ls. apparently gives the western confer ence championship to Minnesota. The present standing of the lib: a i le an l -Vainer t ; cel'lpl"'-' I exj.ee u, K. h. Mr. il'.. J comparing the record of th two elev . us for the WW s. asm. In a let I t r lo the Morning Journal. iean j Macarthur has the following to say in : re the football v haiupionsnip: IVn Mi.arilo.r's IVttcr. , Agricultural College v. '.. Nov iS. I-Mitor Al'e.i.iuer pie Morr.ns Journal, AlOiiuu. r.je, N. M. IVar Sir M copv ot v our vtho d pa p. r of this 'ate rc.s just . ..tee lo h n:,l: sn l I must confess that 1 tun greatly as tonish.'d to see in-it tne n':.nce. mem. u bold heHdlmes. ot the 'Creat est Cam., in HisP.rv of New !. x' o Fti.all I'loinis.-d Thnnksgit irg. 1'ni vcrsifv V.et Artrotut Kiev, n at Tr.,c. torn Park to lv. .,l,. ( haiiiM.t.sbip of SolllllVVI." Iiuismu. h as the to..!'. nil t'k Vl'll Ot the New MeXi.i. CoieC.e O f V L' Tl. Hit HI .' ..II. I Me. It. int.- HS de flated t'le tiUVei'siTv nt pi Fan. I wb d to II V, 1 1. AGGIES FOOTBALL! j Ft I of v. '. inil 1 he lo as., on .".to to : and i :-'iv of -w M r 11th 1 v a s. !- g. Tier lie eon. er M h. l- a s. . re th. n il-leaied ;i-.,i co here on ... of 1 .1 ... it. ai d c !' vv. T,. 1 il.r'.ciihv .t hod ..f i ! a. n- a vi iv . -il., I m the h . r. s i in t. re 'iw.u: I V c I- 0 PI OF Ell MEXICO Farmers Have Best Record; Play the Militaiy Institute Thanksgiving Day in Final Game of Season, The eleven representing the New Mexico College of Agricultural and Mechanic Arts claims the football championship of New Mexico, as well as the southwest. Penn John K. Mac iirthur of the college, takes Issue with the claim that the I'nlv ei slty of New Mexico team Is entitled to that honor I Itle i oil !vsi"II i'l- .lltiii . The i.eiier.il t this Institution is that - iiiiieoiifhni ot the southwest Is le hi d ,n T h :i n k sg i v intr d iv at ,11. vv'iii: the Military Inslttuto v i ii. If vve shonhi he uu oic h to lo-e Hint game, I e l ii nte ink lit r. isoiia h- b i in pionsh in !i I ter hav - . i a t. am tii.'t had defeated le, - ii ii of 1 1.-.OII.I and 1 1 K. -swell. l i.iv s on toi-tlll'.ll, the Mil". Iv .Inn leg del, I olh ti New XI. VI, o. I mist. Mr, I'.li'or. that v ..it will pnl.li-h t'ns Utiei- lor I mi sine that it i'-Hie v. e h oi v.iiir paper to he just and I. nr. .iiiti lo piiMi.-h liothtng tint the truth. We cm s . ir ea I h im- with lh desire of an idltor to adv.rtiso loi.ll games -is sitoi.gtv as poMdble; bill at the same time, vv Leo.v that a paper of vour siatnl iu; would not wilfully misrepresent t.n is. Vct'v trulv v. nits. JOHN K M AC A ItTIl I'll, 1 1, -in ot the College. ALBUQUERQUE TAXI LINE Onkcy Clifford, Prop. Kates same as Hack. 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