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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1913.
THREE f IN THE lj y? world vrrs Si OF EASTERN FOOTBALLiWESTERN FOOTBALL REACHES CLIMAX NEXTSATUHDAY Playing of Annual Yale-Harvard Game at Cambrfdge Marks Passing of Big Grid iron Struggles of 1913. f.V MO.NIKa JOURNAL .PCCIAL t-IA.IO Will.) Cambridge, MiifH., Nov. IB With the playing 'if thi Harvard-Yale game here next Saturday, the climax fil the eastern football will have been ii lu lled. Nntwithslandlng the vdo difference 111 (ho season's records f the two elevens, interest 111 the game in greater this year than ever before. Iridium stars of former decades are (locking to both Cambridge utul New Haven to witness and assist in put tint; (Iip f'.nnl itcm' hr.1 on the two teams which will meet in Harvard's famous hI ltd him for (hp final battle of the varsity schedules. With thp Catherine of the old (liners comes a revival of the tales of prowess hy players of former years. The veteran is loath to admit that (he younger generation In papa hip of developing either line or hackfield stars who outrank in football ability such stars an lleff leflngcr, Moffat, prookes, 1'cie, Atiics, Coiwln, I.uniur, McC'b.ing and Hare. Much material for use In this an nual controversy between the players of today and yesterday has heen fur nisbed hy Parke Jmvis, who delights In delve into ancient football records and emerge with all Hurts of Interest ing data which welds toKether the pain and present in gridiron history, fine of his latent efforts in this direc tion Is the compiling of a hst of full length field runs. It so happens that a Yale player first achieved this spec tacular feat, mid to add Joy to the oc casion, It was against a .Harvard eli veil. It. YV. Watyon, captain of the Yale team of 1SS0, Was the hero, and additional hi i.or accrued to the Kli hader in that he was the first Yale player to wore a touchdown against Ilaivard. The Crimson had lieen pre viously defeated hy Yale, hut always hy field goals, and YVntsmf was the pioneer of a long line of Yale players wliii have carried the hall across the Harvard goal line. l'-uvia tells the tale as follows-. "A search through the accounts of t ho games from 174 to 1SM finds only a single instance of a fullf!e!d ruii from klcknff to touchdown. Har vard was pUring Vale at lioston. Nn veil ilnc "0, 1s,n. A hard, gruelling battle was drawing to a close, with out a rent" hy either eleven. Just as the last five minutes began. Walter Camp licked a goal from the field for Yale. The learns fpilckly lined up for a kick-off, and Cults, of liar ','inl. sent a long swinging k:i k to Yale's twiniy-yard line, where it was ca'ilht h.v 1!. V. Watson, (.aptain of Yale. With the eatell of the hull, Watson leaped into flight, and sped sua, Klit up the center of the field. The Harvard men did not mass upon him in ihat primitive day, as would j.ow occur, hut met htm with a scat tered formation. Through this broken field Watson raced and dodged, fling-in-r off tackier after tackier, and (1'iiKiil the line, scoring thp first touchdown ever scored against Har vard hy Vale." CHICAGO AMERICANS WIN TWO GAMES FROM NATIONALS IKY MOHNINO JOURNAL fc FECIAL L.A..0 WIR.l Sim Francisco, Nov. IB. The Chi cago Amerleans won two names from the Now York Nationals today, tying the Nationals in the number of Karnes won by each team since the world t"ur began. Each has won fourteen r.i'ini's. Theliams left tonight for A'cdford, ore. Christy Mathewson and "Chief" Meyers, of the (Hants did not accompany the players, their agreement with Manager Meflraw having heen to leave the club here. Morning frame. P.. H. F. Chicago 012 026 10 It 14 2 New York ...311 010 101 8 12 t liatteries: Faher and Daley; Jlearne and Wijigo. Afternoon same: It. 11. K. ''hieago 2110 001 010 4 0 New York 000 200 0002 7 4 Hatteries: Uussell and fc'chalk; Tesreau and Meyers, Get out of the old way. Or der your coal and wood from tho new coal and wood yard and give a new man a chance. Hugh Trotter. Phone 912. Von can't afford to carry an hl, worn-out, or cheap watch. They l! oftentimes cost you "lore than the price of a new one. our lock of new thin model watches for gentlemen la urn 1.7 small $ ticclct i..ii,.i. . complete and the extra ladiis' watches, and limei watches we have, would delight Buy one. v 2 It vtoiihl be a ideasiim to show J on. DODO & DENHOF i Third and Central ItCHE TITLES DECIDED LAST' WEEK Michigan, Chicago and Ne braska Elevens Stand Out as Champions of Their Re spective Conferences, EBV MO. NINO JOUWNAL tCUL L.A..0 IM Chicago, Nov. 16. Mhldle western football reached Its climax Saturday. Michigan again demonstrated Its superiority over the east. Chicago won the western eonferwr.cn cham pionship In its name with Minnesota. Nebraska won from Knnsus In the Missouri Valley conference. The three victories were clear rut and decisive. There still Is a possibility of a con ference antl-cllmax. Chicago still has a same with Wisconsin, last year's western leaders. Missouri still I a contender for equal honors with Ne braska in tho Missouri Valley. Nebraska also, to keep Its record of unbroken victories this year must win from Iowa, although the game has no title hearing. Michigan can rest upon Its honors, the final whistle of th Penn game ending the season for the Wolverines. Michigan's final four Karnes of the season, In which it whipped decisively onp southern and three eastern teams is the best showing of a western team in intersectlonnl football. Football critics declare the eastern opponents were outclassed. The western style of play compelled live conservative east to bow in defeat. It Is regarded a victory of tactics ns well as of the team. Michigan's early season play was disappointing. The team stum bled through preliminary games and was defeated by the Michigan Aggies. That defeat marked the beginning of (he real play of the team. Craig quit the cinder path for the moleskin. Almost alone he drove the Vanderbitt team hack to a one-sided defeat. In each game since he has been an im portant If not a deciding factor. While tho bumps of the season may check his fleetness next spring, hp has added far greater laurels to his college than possible, on tho track and has placed his name close to the top of Michigan lf'not of American football players. In the last two games Conch Yost showed a decided change of tactics from earlier meetings with Cornell and Pennsylvania, the scores coming in the first part of the game, Michi gan then turning to a defensive bat tle Instead of wearing its team out in further efforts to run up the score. Chicago's defeat of Minnesota places the midway team In the com manding position In the. western con ference race. Wisconsin is now the only harrier between the Maroons and a clea" title. Chicago, playing a con ference schedule only has a record of having defeated each team in the con ference excepting Wisconsin and Ohio St.ito. Chicago's showing is far the best made by conference teams. Four touchdowns have been made against Chicago, one each hy Indiana, Iowa, Illinois and Minnesota. For only one of these scores did an opposing team batter its way to the Maroon goal line. Seven touchdowns have been made against Wisconsin and six of these were the result of a fairly steady march to the Hadger goal. " Tho Illinois-Perdue gamp upset the dope and the, two ties of the Perdue team seemed destined to place, the In diana team far down In the confer ence list. The reconstructed Illinois eleven showed better football than at any time this season and with more Improvement, Minnesota Is due for a strenuous reception this week end. Indiana won a hard fought game at Kvanston by the luck of one point. North western's failure to make u goal kick resulting in its defeat. ; The result allows Northwestern and Ohio State yet to determine the, last place In tho conference in this week's game. MINERS AND STATE UNIVERSITY WILL PLAY FOR TITLE (V MOSNINO JOUSNAt SPtCIAL L.A.IO Wlfl.l Denver, Nov. 16. Football games in the Kocky mountain Intercollegiate conference yesterday were few and of an unimportant nature. The game between the Colorado Aggies and Wy oming university served to put Wy- lorning at the bottom of tne conter- enee list, it not havim; won a single conference game. The Wyoming team was a deplorably weak one this season, it being composed of new men of light weight. F.verv conference team w hich met the Wyoming eleven succeeded in downing it by a top heavy score. Denver university slipped Into next to last place, provided the Colorado School of Mines eleven continues its classv playing through the game with the Ministers, Thanksgiving day. Col orado college succeeded in scoring on the Ministers yesterday almost at will. The big conference game is sched uled for next Saturday, when the Min ers will meet Colorado university. Poth teams so far are undefeated, though Colorado college held the uni versity to a scoreless tie on a heavy field." The Miners are favorites in the eonferenie, but only at slight odds. No definite assurance Is had, but it is believed that the AeRies have fin ished their season. Their scheduled game with Colorado College, which was to have heen played Thanksgiving day, apparently has been cancelled through ill-feeling which exists be tween the two schools. Kfforts are being made, however, to restore friendly relations, as the ARKies are very anxious for another conference game. I'tah did not play a conference game Saturday, but met defeat at the hands of occidental college at I.os Angeles. Look out for cold weather! Prepare yourself by ordering your coal and wood now from ! Hugh Trotter. Phone 912. FIGHTERS FINISH TRAINING FOR BOUTS TONIGHT ing Mantcll Electrifies Fans With Show of Speed at Gym; Matthews Makes the Weight, Hat Mantcll Is speedy. He didn't leave any doubt about his speed In the minds of 4H0 spectators who wit nessed ins hurricane exhibition with John Stewart, his chief sparring part ner, yesterday afternoon at the New Mexico A. C. gym And Promoter Mark Levy had an nounced that Hat would indulge only in "light" work just to give the fans a line on his ability. He boxed three clever rounds with Jack Torres, who will meet Mike llaca, of Simla Fe, tonight. Just enough to learn (hat the Old Albuquerque lightweight Is "good." That's what Mantcll said. Mantcll and Stewart went through two rounds rather leisurely and then the late resident of lirooklyn opened up. If he didn't show all that he car ries, he showed enough. However, Mantcll will need this speed tonight when he meets Pierce Matthews at the Klks' theater. That is ahum all he has to offset the St. l.ouis boy's superior reach and weight ignoring the question or their respec tive wallops, ring experience and other stock, Matthews confined his workout last night ijt the gym to shadow boxing. After thirty minutes work he weigh ed In at 13 3 pounds. He feels strong, he raid, lie decided not to box, re fusing to take a chance of reopening the gash over his right eye, received in training last week. Poth lighters clod their prepara tion tor the bout last night. Matthews, as usual before a tough battle, will spend most of his time sleeping to day. Demon P.lvera of Paula Fe, who will meet oung Chaves of Albuquer que. In f.ne of the preliminaries to nighl, arrived last night. Director U'y Introduced him at the gymna sium. A crowd was at the station to greet the Santa Fe boy when he ar rived. Director Levy announced at the gvm last night that the curtain would rise ht S:H0 o'clock tonight. The admission lee ranges from 50 edits to $1.50. If EAST MIKED BI SURPRISES Mourning and Autopsy Instead of Joy and Celebration Pre vail as a Result of Satur day's Games, HIV MO.MINa JOURNAL ...CIAL L1A..O WI.KI New York, Nov. 16. In the clos ing hours of the eastern football sea son, varsity gridircn form suffered a, staggering upset and today there is mourning and autopsy where Joy and c lehrntion had been planned as an aftermath of Saturdays big games. Championship aspirations and months of careful campaigning were blasted by the belated rush of elevens con sidered out of the running. Form books and comparative score sheets lidve heen thrown away as misleading and the football follower enters the linn! week of big college contest: dazed and doubting his ow n and every other man's opinions. Princeton outplayed and held to 3 to 3 tie hy Yale, Dartmouth swamp ed by the Carlisle Indians; Pennsyl vania outplayed by Michigan with I lie aid of old-fashioned football tactics; the powerful Navy machine almost stalled by Pennsylvania State; the heavy 1'iilversity of Pittsburgh team outplayed hy Washington and Jef ferson, were hut a few of tho upsets that marked the day as one of ex ceptional setbacks. Of all the leading eastern teams, Harvard alone con tinued her successful career uncheck ed. Although hose Harvard coaches who witnessed the Yale-Princeton game were chary with comment af- CHARLTON'S ATTORNEYS PREPARING FOR DEFENSE rav MoNNisa jounnal special lia.cd wiuki Naples, Nov. 16. Giovanni Porseio and Signor C'alapano, counsel for the defense in the case of Porter Charl ton, the American, who is to stand trial at an early date at Colon on a charge of having murdered his wife, returned froni that place today. They have prepared a long statement out lining circumstances which they allege are favorable to Charlton. This will be submitted to the investigating judge tomorrow. The attorneys said today that about fifteen witnesses residing In New York state will be Interrogated by a committee on Charlton's past. They are anxious to obtain the deposition of Mrs. Charlton's first, husband, Neville H. Castle, formerly a lawyer of San Francisco. They hope to bo able to induce the crown prosecutor to order an investigation by alienists Of Charlton's mental slate. SKATING RINK MANAGER RECEIVES MANY PENNIES Mr. Karl Kev.diib, manager of the skating rink, slates Ihat In answer to the ad that appealed in the Journal 'a few dais ago announcing that he would give tH.3: tor I :i I 1 Lincoln pennies, nearly three hundred inen, women and chUurcn appeared at the skatin:,' rink last nik.i'.t nil armed with Lincoln pennies. The SI 4 . .'5 .1. was not for a penny of the date lull, but lull pennies. After explaiiirig t hi t to them, they ail stayed and witnessed the chariot race, which was very ex citing and was won by Miss hiiabcth Jones. The second race i.- to be held next Sunday night. In the meantime, don't forget the masquerade carnival, next Tuesday night, November lx. Four prizes and free dance afterward. GRIDIRON BATTLES hi w mT?& ? im w u iv ,i . ':. ti n : Wl W " EVER-LASTIHC-LY. GOOD " fOTapllS wi n i Uk m s WM M kwsm A lili I a i . "Ml!3llr5''l ter the struggl.-, It is know n that they left the home of the ISiue with far greater respect for the K!l eleven than previously prevailed In Crimson quar ters, only poor generalship and the lack of a lini.-iiing punch, saved the Tigers trihn a defeat where victory had been confidently expected. It was the same old story of a Princeton team with but one line of i.Im,- n lo, 1. u ltii it iv-nt . rnliL' un et tile whole combination and sent Tigers back to an individual the game in which even the fundameuV a Is of football Were forgot till. 1 he d. pirate and successful manner In i whn h the Yale plaeis broke up tile sw. it fmiuation attack id the I U aline land J Hack completely disrupted Uie nlav and plans of Princeton. Shorn of its best asset, the Tiger team fluund cred about, helpless. When, in desper iation, the quarterback called for trtii; I paiys to out Ail the watchful F.lis. the move was bungled by some one of the Princeton combination. I'.ven Captain linker fumbled the hall at ciithal momenta and only his splendid feat i in kicking a ileld goal from I hi' foity ! two-yard line, caused him to ib' i above the mediocre playing of his teammates. Yale failed to win because of fum bles and poorly conceived playing at critical moments. The fact, however, that the teum was a reconstructed one with several players In positions, (he duties of which were unfamiliar to them, indicates that number week of coaching and prat ice w ill pern-, i a wedding together of the disorganiz ed parts. The championship aspirations of Dartmouth were shattered hy the red Juggernaut constructed by tilenn Warner from the pupils at the Car lisle Indian school. Tho score of 35 to 10, demonstrated clearly that the victory of the aborigines over the Hanover men was not due to any fluke. While the New Hampshire team was weakened in one or two positions by the absence of Its best players the utter bewilderment that seized the eleven ns a whole when the Indians opened up their marvelous attack, and the way In which the Car lisle line and hacklicld broke up the Pari mouth efforts to advance the ball by both old and new football, showed conclusively that the Green had met Its master. The Harvard combination continued its undefeated march by completely outplaying the llrown university teairl. Pennsj Ivu nia went the way of other eastern elevens which have ,.i.,uh..,i uith western teams, for Mich igan defeated the (Junkers, 13 to . As If to demonstrate the ability of the Wolverine team, Coach Yost crossed the eastern representatives by healing them with the eastern game. In place, of complicated passes and blinding trick plays, so often used hy western elevens, Michigan riddled the Pennsylvania line by short plunging attacks, varied by end runs behind an invulnerable defense. As a result fli.. nroirress III) the field, although consistent, was slow and the score consequently low. Michigan has now defeated Pennsylvania, Cornell and Hvraouae. while Notre Dame, another l western eleven, has overthrown both I Pennsylvania Slate and the Army that those who believe that the foot iball play of the middle western col lieges Is 'not equal to that of the ave I rage eastern eleven, will have to re , arrange their opinions. ! For the first time this season, tho I Army eleven has received an encour ; aging report from Annapolis after i. game In which the Navy has been n (contestant. In Pennsylvania State the I middles found an opponent able to check their powerful rushes and the Navy eleven had to work hard for every one of the ten points scored I... I,. n,,a Hi lit coal. While the sailors were having their offense j and defense tested to I lie limit, Ihej Army was rolling up fifty-live points j against the strong Villanova eleven and as a result the soldiers lind a ray I of hope visible ill their prospects twoj I weeks before thev meet the Navy In, ithis city in the luia'Kiime of the sea- I ison. i Pain In Illicit and niicunuiflsm. i Torment thousands of people daily, I Don't bo one of these sufferers when . for so little cost you can get. well rid ; Of the cause. Foley Kidney Pills be-j gin their good work from the very, first dose. They exert so direct nn ac- ; tion on the kidneys and bladder that I tho pain and torment of backache, rheumatism and kidney trouble is; soon dispelled, Thev are worthy a trial, ns a trial Is the only sure test. They contain no habit forming drugs. ' For sale by null , incorporated. Nobody allowed on this earth except regularly certified smokers of STAG. 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