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GETS BIG OVATION
Return of Orange and Blue Warriors Fron
Nashville &; d_ Gala Occasion by Uuaer. rao
uat s?Whtle Energy i^ow Wih be Dir.cteii
loward Defeating Georgetown.
CharlotteeviUe. V*.. ?ovembar 4-?
No victorious Virginia teani in rseStU I
Maus vu ever accoideU u utore
hearty welcome than loa* given lag]
oraug? ana Blue squa? Her* st noun.
tc-uay upon Its arrival from Ni ? i- i
vllle, wfaeto it mot defeat at tbe haiiuJ 1
of Vanaerulit on Saturday, i'ractlcaiiy
tbe ?nur? student body gathered ut
Laisa Station auu cheered team,
collectively and individually. Tba,
players were then iiolsted <m te> .
?ho>iid?ra of tnoir sdium-is and tu?sedj
into a tallyho. which ?u pulled by j
undergraduates to the entrance tu the '
university grounds. A Ufe and ?ruut '
eurne leaded the procession
The team as a whole came through
ths Vender bllt contest In good shape. '
r*uil Back Smith and Harris, who ?p- '
peered the worst injured, will be back '
Ig the game after a few Jays' rest,
baiith was knocked out after a vicious
tackle near the close of the game,
and Harris injured hla left lag tn j
breaking up the interference on an <
According to Trainer Lannigan. no'
Virginia team la recant years baa put i
up such a fine article of ball aa did;
Elliott's warda on Saturday. In making
this statement Lannigan does sot ex
cept the showing made by the team
three yeara ago. when tbe Navy was
vanquished. That season the Orange
sod Blue had such Stars as Tancey.
?Stanton. Geyer and Elliott. In Satur?
day's game Vanderbtlt ones had the
ball on Virginia s one-foot line andj
could not carry It across In four
trials. In the first period Virginia ad- ?
vancad the pigskin strslght down tbe J
field to Vanderbilt's eight-yard line,
where a try for field goal failed. Later
in the same quarter Coole ?rot near
?nuugn to Vauayg goal to utteuipi
another goal, no ntuub to discredit
the statement that the eleven lacke
All of tbe players returned home
full of confidence la the team's ability
to take the scalp of Georgetown two
w??,ks ti<.<nee. They seem to have no
doubt about the outcome of that gumc
one of the men stated to-night that
the Blue anj Gray- comd be downed,
even with Captain liagarty in tue
line-up. "And he will be able to pniy
against Virginia all right." the player
In responae to a notice posted by
Captain Todd. all member* of the
s<iuad who did not participate in the
Vanderbilt contest reported for prac?
tice this afternoon in less than three
hours after the team's return from |
Nashville. Some of those who played
la the final period Saturday donned
uniforms, thus showing the fine spirit
possessed by the men. Tbe practice
lasted for a little over an hour, the
work assigned the players being very
To-morrow afternoon the entire
squad will begin preparation for ths |
Georgetown game. ai:d though* the
work will be strenuous, care will be
taken to prevent further injuries. It
is possible that some of tbe playa
pulled off by Vanderbilt will be tried
out, ard in case they look govd. will
be attempted against the Blue and
Gray. One thing is certain, the utmost
harmony exists among the players,
end the men hsv* but one idea in
view, and that it to wipe out the de?
feats sustained at tbe hands of
Georgetown the past two years j
In the Wake of the Game
_By GUS MALBBRT_
No victorious army of the Bulger*
returning from a slaughter of Mos?
lems wu ever more warmly welcomed
than were the warr en of the Uni?
versity of Virginia upon their return
from defeat at the itands of Vander?
bilt on Saturday. Jubilations seem to
be the order of the aay at Charlottes
vtlie and not without reason. Ths
sorry showing of the eleven In previ?
ous games, together With the glow'ng
reports of victory, which had come
from tbe camp of the Commodores had
led both coach and men to tbe belief
that Virginia would be swamped by
Vandy. To the gratification of all the
Orange and Blue held their husky and
well-trained opponents well In * hand
and made victory foi them a death
struggle rather than a triumphant
While all this was going on In
Nashville. Georgetown was bav'ng its
troubles h?re in Richmond. .Carolina,
likewise proved something of a sur?
prise, and for halt of the game held
the Hilltoppers to a S to 3 tie. each
being able to score a field goal. Bat
Georgetown paid heavily for ths
thirty-four points wh ch were made In
the lest half. Captain Hegarty eras
so crippled that It '?? improbable that
he will participate in another gams
this season. Petrix, who had taken
nhsinschilCTs place at left tackle, was1
also crippled, and It will take some
time for him to get back In shape,
though he fa not aa badly off aa
Hegarty. In view of tbese two in?
juries, tbe extent to which Georgetown'
waa forced to go to ein. and tbe won
derful improvement of Virginia, an
Orange and Blue victory against j
Georgetown Is now regarded as more
than a probability. What adds to thej
general good feeling is the fact that
Virginia suffered to injuries In the
Virginia has no game scheduled for
Saturday. Maaager Sheppard Crump.
Of the Blues baa been offered a game
In Chariotteevllle for Saturday, tut t*
compelled to take all the risk. The
University management is willing ta
offer no guarantee, but will give thej
Blue* the gate receipt*. In view of the |
fact that but 176 were taken In fori
the Norfolk Blues game, while the ex
pesse of making the trip will be IIS?,
tbe Blues'are inclined to turn down
taw oaTer unless enough people can bei
taPm along from Richmond to swell the
reeaipta Aa attempt will be made
to run aa excursion to Char lottos vtlle
aad take a large proportion of the
battalion along. The run can be made
ta three or four boars and will furnish
a Jelly outing for the soldier lads. The
alt sun Is In prims snapo. and is anxi?
ous to tactile Virginia It w new
merely a question of dc liars and cent*.
A same has been arranged with
Tlandolph-Macon tor gaiu/ttay, "tbvera
uer K. It will be played nt Lw Par*.
On that same date J.icbmond College
will play William and Mary at
I Broad Street Park.
Richmond Collage, by the way. seems
to have taken a new lease on its ath?
letic life. Things bad gone to a rather
iow eDo wnen ur. Boatwrigh't. pres?oent
of the college, and several other
I members of the faculty took an
active Interest and in an unofficial
capacity began spreading words of
! cheer among the men. As a result the
men took a brace, and with the posi
I live support of the atudent body, mad*
j an excellent showing against Hamp
< den-Sidney. There ia no question but
I that the eleven is improving. The
punch baa been lacking in tbe attack
; heretofore, but gradually this Is be
! lug remedied, aad before Baadolph
Macott Is met ia tbe final same of the
; season the Spiders hope to win.
Dr. Boatwright ia particularly enthu?
siastic. -w? raaalaa,** ha said, "that
j we have a good team?a team which is
improving, and before the season Is
j over we will win games. The men
j are beginning to take notice, and the
\ student body is a unit in supporting
j the team. Right now we are oa even
terms with Randolph-Macon. aad are j
getting better all of the time."
j This manifestation of interest on the
j part of the faculty is solas to work
: wonders in the team, and la solas to <
make for a college" spirit, which ha*
been sadly lacking. There ia every!
1 reason for the faculty taking Interest;
in athletic*. Aside from the first con- i
siderstion. which is and should be the
physical improvement of tbe men par?
ticipating, and through this physical
improvement a stimulation of mental
activities, la the added advantage!
accruing from the advertising secured- I
The larger untversttiea aad colleges j
have long since come to a realisation j
that winning teams in whatever branch j
of athletics help the school by giving 1
It a prestige which could not otherwise \
. be obtained. The new* from Richmond
College is as gratify las an It Is rasa- i
sums, and ths hundreds of friends of I
the local institution will be glad to I
leant that athletic* will now be estab
| liahed In tbe Spider household upon
I a Srm aad aar* foundation.
( From the Medical College of Vir?
ginia comes a plaint that the corre?
spondent of The Times-Dispatch at
Blacks burg furnish od a misleading re?
port of the same with the Techs on
??turter. IlMwber? v published s
letter from ihr. wtmwx president of
the General Athletic AwMtttlob, which
explains the situation frost the stand?
point of the Medicos, ho far as as
are concerned a* would do nothing
to take away one bit of ths deserved
praise from the local eleven. They
won. ai:d from what we caa learn, won
because they had the batter team. In?
cidentally, every man on the team Is
i ellgtole to play with the exception of
Htugepeth,' wno played professional
baseball last season. ?
Clark Griffith la worried over his
catching department, say the Washing?
ton scribes. Henry has a bad knee,
which doesn't seem to respond to med?
ical tieatment. Ainsniltb Is down
South trying to get well, and it U
hinud that he has a touch of tuber
cu.os's. This leaves only Waplam*
upon whom Griffith can depend.
I In a very few days Horace Fogei
will be given an opportunity to either
j prove or disprove his charges sgalnst
i the president and umpires o. the Na
I tlonal League. Likewise the question
I as to whether the league magnates
j have any Jurisdiction in the matter
i will be settled They meet December
i We have a communication from L- H
j .laves, of Union Level, complaining o>
j an article printed in the Sporting Sec?
tion of The Times-Dispatch relative
to the open and closed season for hunt?
ing game in ths State of Virginia. In
hia communication, Mr. Hayes states
that we say ths "time expired on No?
vember 10," and that "the hunting sea?
son cloaed February 1ft." We can find
neither of these statements In the ar?
ticle referred to. It was prepared for
, The Times-Dispatch by L. T. Christian,
j secretary of the Virginia Gsme Pro?
tective Association, and gives In con
? de need form ths general laws as to
j what same may be shot in certain
! sections of tbe Stats, and when the
l season closes for hunting such games
J or fowls Mr. Hayes says hs is un
I able to find any of the provisions quot
: ed in tbe "Acts of Assembly** for 1*13.
If be will write tbe Secretary of the
Commonwealth for a little pamphlet
entitled "Game and Fish Laws of Vir?
ginia" he may learn something as to
the open and closed season, and that
the article in question is not a "hoax
to prevent country people from hunt?
ing." but valuable advice to keep all
prospective huntsmen out of ths toils
of the hnw by violating the games laws.
Has Piled Up Greatest Number
of Points, and la Least
The Vanderbilt University football
1 team, of Nashville. Tenn.. leads ths
I country, both in total points scored.
? 342. and in small number of points
made by opponents, a single field goal
by Marysvllle bavins been the only
score mads against ths powerful
; Southern eleven. The true merit of
; this splendid record will be better
j known alter next Saturday, on wbJkh
[ data Vanderbilt plays Harvard at Cam?
bridge. Should the Southerns prove
[able to hold Harvard down, they will
1 have a right to championship eonsid
I The Carlisle Indiana closely follow
Vanderbilt in the total number ot
points scored, with 340. Princeton
I ranks third, with 3*2. Then comes
Dartmouth, with 257. aad Georgetown,
with 21L %
The Carlisle Indiana face a new foe
in the Army team on the Academy
grounds at West Point- Bucknell
plays ths Middles at Annapolis. La?
fayette will line up against Syracuse
1st Bast on. Washington and Jefferson
(battles with Western Reserves at
Washington. Pa. Haverford goes to
Hartford to play Trinity. Swarthmore
will play Lehlgh at Swarthmore. Dela?
ware College plays at Gettysburg,
while Georgetown will entertain Wash?
ington College at Washington, t>. C
A record of the leading teams to date
[will ho found appended:
Pin ijl snlii
, Opponents Place.
Gettysearc. Philadelphia. Sept. St..tt? t|
F aad M, Philadelphia. Oct. S..?
I Dtcklneoo. Philadelphia. Oct. S.M? ft
j Urem as. Philadelphia. October ?.M? ft
iswirthmore. Philadelphia. Oct. IX.... *? ft
I Brown. Providence. Oct. 1*. P- Sft
Lafayette. Philadelphia, Oct. at-. *? II
Peaa. State. Philadelphia. Nov. *,.
Bethel Celles?. Nashe?l?. Sept. M-...
Hsryvtlle. Nashville. October ft..
I hose Poly. Kashvllle. October IX..M- ft
Georgia. Atlanta. Oct. ?.......?*- S
! Munesstpat. Nashville. Oct. M..tft- ft
i VU-slaM. Xashwille. Rev. X..1*- ft
I Weeleyaa. New Haven. Sept. TeV..W- ?
Heiy Cram. New Raves. Sept. M.*? ft
Syracuse, New Hevea. Oat. ft....J? ft
Lafayette. Pew Haves. Ost tt...-.M- ft
Wem Petal, West Pelst, Oct. ?-.-??.- ?? *
wash, sad Je*7. New Haven, Oct. tt.. M? 3
caraegie Tech, State Oeling?, Oct. t.
[wash and Je?, stau Co'leg?. Oct. n.
I Cornell. Ithaca. Oct. -
1 ottysbstg. State College, Oct. M..
Pttr-syivaala. Philadelphia, Nee.
grame. Osmbridge. Sept. .? V- ft
H?lv Cress. Cambrldg*. Oct. -hV- ft
Wil lem?. Cambridge. Oct. U.-tft? >
Awherst. C?sub-Idas. Oct. Su-? - ?*- *
Brews, Cambridge. Ort .W- M
Prtaeetee. Cambridge. Nov. t..? Is? ft
Pteveaa Prlacetea. Sept U..ft*?
Rkicers. Prtaeetee. Oct. I..-4ft?
Lebigh. Prlacetea, Oct. I-.R?
Va P. L. Prtaeetee. Oct. Vt....... M?
nj-racsee. Pilstitea. Oct. IS..?.tt?
Dartaseata. Prtaeetee. Oct. ?.??
Harvard. Oialiltgi. *ev. 9-?....? ft- 1
5 cent Cigar
From President Hayes
SABOROSO Cigars were first
made in 1877, when Hayes was
President. Men have often
changed their political beliefs
during this period, but nevex
their opinion of SABOROSO.
as the best of all 5 cent cigars.
The SABOROSO "r>arty" hat
remained solid for 35 years!
Wmm ??JbmI T_ll
Whoever is "next** on the
Presidential list, SABOROSO
will still have the smoker's vote.
The SABOROSO "record" of 35
yean of unvarying quality?more
mild Havana than any 5c cigar
on the market?will still make
it the learler.
Buy a quarter's worth of SABOROSOS
to-day, and you'll become a permanent
member of "the SABOROSO party.99
For Sale at all First-Class Stores
Penn.. Philadelphia, Oct. *f , ??
Ks*T, Annapoll?, Oct. 9..
John. Hopkins. Swarthmors. Oct. St..
Urataoa, Colleesvllls. Mar. X..
Tonn? Hopkins. Annapolis. Oct. ?. 7? S
Oetiffh. Anna poll*. Oct. 13. *? U
5??.-tnmore, Annapolis. Oct. 1*.. t? ?
Pittsburgh. Annapolis. Oct. *-.IS? ?
Western Bessnren Annapolis. Not. 1.. 7? 8
Huvens, Want Point, Oct. Im i ? ? ST? ?
Auussra. Wast Paint. Oct. IS.It? ?
rale. West Poiaf- Oct. IS. *? ?
tclsate. West Point, Oct. 2?.SS? 7
To t a Is .St? IS
Wash, and Jeff.. Ithnca. Sept. St.. S? *?
Colgate, Ithaca, Sent. Mm. T?IS
Dbwin. itaaoa. Oct. *.m i *? IS
Sew lern, Ithaca. Oct. IS.14- ?
P.tn. State. Ithaca. Oct. IS..... S? 21
Bucha?:i. Ithnca. Oct. St.. 1*? ?
Wll'.Uuna. Ithaca. Nov. S-?.at- St
[ Randolph *I?<-on. Washington. Sept. St St? ?
. St. Hary*?. Washington. Oct. ST? ?
Wash, and Lea. Washington. Oct. IS.. Jt? *
A. and SI. of N". C. Raleigh. Oct. IS? 4M? t
I 3?rllaU Indian*. Washington. D. C_IS? St
I Xerth Carolina. Richmond. Not. S..St? h)
3tll Acai. Lewlaburg. Sent. St.?V- ?
A-yomlac Seat.. Tfcinlasaia, Ose S...... aw ?
I Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh. Oct. 18. a? a
IS Bonaventura ?. Lewlabars. Oct. 19.. *? U
CcrcelU Ithaca. Oct. St. 9? M
L?:?yett?, Beaten, Not. I?. l .< . . 9? t
Rutgers. New Brenswick. Sept. SI.St? ?
Per. nsylvaaia. Philadelphia, Oct. S_1 *? M
St. John a. Lancaster. Oct. t. a? if
Albright. Lancaster. Oct. IS.IS? 7
Jet as Hopkins. Baltimore. Oct. B)..IB? ,
Harerfsrd. Harerford, Oct. Sa..St- 9
Dickinson. Lancaster. Nee. *........ 7? t
Case. Asa Arbor. Oct. S.St? ?
1 Stich. Agates. Ann Arbor. Oct. tl...at- 7
Ohio State. Colombo* Oct. 19.14? 9
Syracuse. Syracsss, Oct. St.. 7? St
South Dakota, Ana Arses. Stow. tu?.. 7? ?
1 BOMIG BOARO
Charles J. Harvey, Secretary oi
j New York Athletic Coaunis- I
?ion, Offers Need SrheriM?,
I ? . .?. >
Mew York, November 4.?Charles J.
Harvey, secretary of the State Athletic
Commission, la an open letter, which
follows, suggests the organization ot
a national boxing association framed
on the linen of the National Baseball
Commission, with the power to saper- :
vise ail branches and sidelights of box- j
ing. Harvey's letter follows:
"Having acted as secretary of the j
New York State Athletic Commission j
since its inception, and watching the
splendid results achieved by that body,1
it seems to me that the success at:
the sport of boxing is dae to organi?
zation and control.
"I bare Loan la receipt of remain
nlcatloan from many of the different
Steten, aad also from Europe aad Aus?
tralia, com mending the commission
for its excellent work aad stating that
the Frawley law, under which the
commission was created, will be the
heals in introducing similar msaanrsa
in the different Statea Prom snob
communications it has occurred to me
that now la the proper time to eng.
gent the formation ot a national gov-j
ernlag body on boxing.
In forming a National awiw tea it ,
elation it would be well r**h*rr to
make same an organization of clubI
owners, composed of thoroughly rep?
resentative clubs of the Cnited Statea I
A meeting could be bant at aome eea- I
tral given point, whsrs organisation I
?ould be effected, officers slant ad and!
?. commission of Sve or eevoa dele-'
?ated with fall authority to supervise
?nd handle all the different anas- ?
tons that might arise la connection
with the conduct of the apart,
"There seems no good reason why
boxing could not be soonroctad along
the same lines aa bseibnll. aad con?
trolled by a body similar to the Na?
tional Baseball Ciimnanaiaa. In doing
Jiia boxing would be placed upon a
thoroughly business like basts and de?
rated to a high plana with the as?
surance of the carrying eat of ail I
contracts between bosers aad clubs
equally. This will protect clubs against
scheming aad unscrupulous boxers and
M tarn protect boxers against un?
sellable aad irresponsible otnbn.
Through Back aa organisation all con?
tracts and personal rights eeula be
maiatniwad aad atatrrii. and the pwb
Be would then have fall senBdonee la
dabs aad boxers sasrBttag asdar tae
Financial Circle* Idle by CawMce,!
but Bars Arc Closed |
So far as flnanclsl circles ara con?
es mod. to-day will os ? national boll
day. In Richmond, as elsewhere, bank?
ing; Institutions will observe the pros'
dsatlsl election day by closing their
doom Bbbjtpnpj will ba mors ar less
at a standstill, while millions of voters
! nU over the United States ara cast?
ing their ballots in the contest which |
I Local trust companies will follow the|
load of the banks in suspending busi?
ness to-day. while the stock brokers',
offices witt alao close their doors. With
the Now York Stock Ks oh sage closed |
I for the day. stock brokers ail aver I
country will be temporarily thrown j
oat of occupation, aad witt consequent-1
ly ciasa their doers. Whoa the banks.
class, business works under a baadt
According to legal regulation*, sa?
loons aad bars closed their door* last
night at f o'clock, net to opaa them
again for bust boss until t o'clock to?
morrow morning. The laws regulat?
ing the sal* of liquor aldtUsa day ara!
very stringent, sad Richmond wlil be]
as dry as the Sarah* Dmert far thirty-j
As election day is not
tieaal holiday, the
mala open all day.
usual it ha
to class the posi?
tional election day. althoagh the wan
oas department* *f th? as flea si gov?
ernment located la Washington, all
suspend operation* far twenty-four |
hours There waa asms aettattsa fas]
a half-heUdap at least in the post-of?
fice, bat Pisfsstst Ahaus
Few. if aap. *f the bsslaim hsusss 1
of the city win last mt business to-j
day. although asset *f the concerns em?
ploying mers than a baadtal of men
?r* ssaklas arrangements to hav* their:
employes cast their vote*.
CLOSES AT LEXINGTON,
I salssrtsn. Va. Nsvembar A?As
arses by Dr. Charles W. Kent, ot
JatasialU af Virginia faautty.
am a*g*. "Wiat ye set that I m
sbsat My Fathers business.- brought
2P a etooe the conference of T M C . A
spoke at the Baptist CfeareB? 1
& Blttatt assrsssia a large
Glimpse of the World's
tioa"; H. T. Baker, unwaliy Sf
work ta the State, teat, at taw
hrtstisa Churoh. of Tha fflaa'
Boye." On Sunday aftsrasaa a
msotlag tar hoys waa heat
Lyric Theatre, at which O. B.
secretary of the T. kt C A. at
and H. T. Baker ape
Dr. W. ? CuxreU. .
liah st Washington anal Ia*h>
e? the etelssjalss ta tha <
Sunday afternoon oat "Tha
The conference was fa m
success- Nineteen tiDesnjS i
story schools ta tha Btat* <
seated hy -St delegates If
were held, with an average
and upon evening;
NOVEMBER TERM OfteVS
sseiest the ssnae
Ciassay against the
Bagwsy Company: M. at
Jarrls: j. E. Reyes I Sa
easw: J. L.
Seat he re Beii Talepl
Cea.aaay; Lacy Pit;
BPahat the Bleamead Seaftes
easy; Caere ta
Stale BaU ear ai
Jersey Biased, a
Fleec* Lined, a .
apashal White Jersey, s i
Wncht ? Spring Nestle, a
Cooper's Hearth, a garment.
Wright? Fleece Used, a
Finr Wool (ail weights), a |
Imparted Wool, a