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Howard Defeated Princeton; Michigan Swamped Pennsylvania TIGERS CRUSHED BY THE CRIMSON FOOTBALL TEAM l aMUltIDU5, Mass . Nov, 1 liar vard ' " in tt rriiK'iMi.n, lo in 0, t"- da in their annual football g&Bne, Aside from tin- surprising weakness i tin Princeton team, the i ontsst was utmost feutitswlssa. The Crlniaon coin" plctel) outclassed the Tigers In t rj depui Intent of tin pin.) The N' a jti'it) collegian had Utile offsnstvi or defensive strength, which made .'.I y i in- victor' task of rolling up ihe i ikk' ai score thai a 1 'am 'rldgi 1 mi ban ever registered against I'rtnct'ton. Tin losers' nearest approach to tba Crimson n"ai Uno was made In tba fust period, winn the Orange and Him K secured the 111 on a futuldi on Harvard' 116-yard line I'rlncetun u.ik unable lo retain this advantage, loetnu the bat) on tni first pluj on ' disastrous fumble, With danger pus, d, Mai '..-ini Immediately tii"k command of tin- situation, ami there iiittr nevatr wan seriously threatened. The team and Individual superiority uf the Harvard players over their orange and Black rival wa almost pitiful at tltnea, The delayed and con cealed handling of the ball In 1 1 Cambridge back field bewildered the Princeton team tai more than it did Michigan a weak an"- The forward ami tt ondary uefenst at times ai TO TRAIN AT HOT SPRINGS v "i ill - i 1 1 .i 1 1 i 1 1 Mil) i,n in Ar- kgnaga. HOT si'ltiMis Ark.. Nov .. President Daffriey of the Boston Nn tlonal baaaball ieagTUB It conducting in gotlutlon m M ii a long) hotel and park management for training Quar tern fni lb Itlt i t-1 1 1 k aaaaon. The Hi, stun American ami Pittsburgh National airead) nave permanent uuartor tu re. Uast yeai in n teal lull in chancery i nun here "edsral league snouts were permanently enjoined from tampering with or communicating uiiii player under contract to other team, and tin court prooedent, H la believed, will be made the lusis oil like protootion by other manager training here. Hut Springs main tulu three training parka LGNGHORNS HAD THE BETTER OF TRIO OF HARVARD BACKS WHO PLAYED GREAT GAME VEITERDAY THE REDSKIKS peared to loa all track o( being fooled intj leaving polni of attack absolutely tei ted, The lineup and HAItVAlU). T. J. Coolldg-e .. . I 'a i s, in llir ball, the real unpro summary: PHIN" 1,1" I .'I BT IN, HIlMll McLean rjenni'rt kmann Ballin . Bhea A me rim ott nip k Krigga i, Har- Pennock UG Bhenk Rlaelow 1 ' West on Ir E. Tru Trumbull HI Uurdwlck I" Imogen Ql Hradlee lf Mahun RJ Krancke W Summary: Bcore b i" rlod vard 3, 1". 0, 7 - 20. R, feree, W. s. Lanford, Trinity Umpire, C. 6. Williams, Pennsylvania, Linesman, N. A. Tufts, Rrown. Time of periods, i 6 mlnuti eai h. Harvard scoring - Touchdowns, Hradlee, Hard w lik. Goal from touchdowns, Hardwick 2. Goal from floldj llahan 8. Substitutes Har vard, C. A Coolidge for T. .1. Coolldge, Kiken for Parson, Washington for Pennock, Harris tor Blgelow, Under wood for Weston, Curtis tor Trumbull, Smith for Hardwick, Weatherhead for Bmltl Watson for Logan, Swigteri for Watson, McKlnlock for Bradloe, Hardwick for Mahan, Whitney for Hardwtok, King for Franeke, llollln for King?. . ,, , , Princeton Lamberton for Hlgniey, Hlghley for Lamberton, Blgler for Mc Lean Brown for Bhga, Mott fur Brown, Brown for Mott, Doollttle for Tlbbott, Dickerman for Roollttlo, F, Trenktnann fur Stick, Law for Drlgga, i ri Mr- for Law, NEBRASKA FUMBLE FATAL tlftwcd Mornlngslde t" Bcotw In laud Minute. .1 M V..1. V... 7 MuMlillL'- l.l.M '!,., -,-'.. .'.. .. - - gs pcoreo on ine neuiMnn fi, nil, all team today w in ti team tumbled In the laal if nlav Mornlnnlde re- uid a forward pass for ,:t Vernon over fur a toucn- final score was Nebraska HOi'BTON, Texas, Nov, T. Cleanly outplaying the Haakell Indiana at ail point "f the game wcopl punting, the University uf Texas evened the long count with tin1 )ad from Law n ine defeating them before a crowd ot 6, at Wist, ml park today, i" ". thereby making the fifth victor) fur tin' LonghornB in tin years' uf gridiron warfare between the two ,s. I Is. Haakell scored tin' first touch, down in eight minutes of play, when Mshlekteno, a Pottowaiomle lnt"an from Kansas, plylug left end for Haskell, retwvered a fumble by Lit Uefleld "ti his nun 10-yard Inn snd raced 'hi yard tor n touchdown, af ter which Pow n kicked goal. Prom this moment on Texa ha, I the better of the argument, tying the score in the first quarter, forging ahead "ii a field goal in the second, ami after heitiR held scoreless by the rejuve nated Indiana in tin' third, scoring two touchdowns in the laal period, Tin' lineup was aw follows: HASKELL I Prosier Ohdate . . . Timothy stover i 'i Powell . . . i'. William Mshlekteno famteann . . Clement . . Wilson ... Blchards . . Substitute! i Frailer; IChoote for ini' Powell; TAX AS , ...BE Bdmond . . . . ItT Berry BO r or dan (C) 0 Bltmar , , , ,Lfj Goodman ....t.t Blrga , , , ,4! Turner . . . Wimmer ..mi Ltttlefleld FB Walker ...i,H Barrcll : Haskell Artichoke for Wlltami for Choate; W. Williams; Campbell Batiate for Ifchlcktano; HENDERtOM BKOWN WON Befouled hktullmt'Mlcrii in Btnw "f B to ii L1TTLK in lUKi rk . Noi -i leixlei win Hrow n colli it- of krk ,i, , phla. Ark., df uted BoutliM i itoi n i. nu i i mi v ,.i i i "i ki lot n. Texas, bet c i.mI.i ) 21 to 6 lit it del son Brown i Hi u nu i ' III t MslMltl FROM L JU1SIAMA ill , I- It wa:. dot) al, I llj I I star r MICHIGAN TORE PENH'S GEFENSE ALL TO PIECES bred in I In Ki" ind and tliint pi - i i i in' i in,, isitj .,r Michigan foot- urcdl ' .! m hi it' would win by a i i' .mi', score was made in ihi- first period Merrill Caught a times In- wrenched himself looae from tacklors ii' a i ' i im., ii downed on Inter, after two short gain, Matthew droji Ki, koil a goal from tin fb hi i 'higitn'x tii t touchdoa n, In 1 second period, was partli the result ol Tucker's poor punt which wenl out of bounds on Pennsylvania' IS yard line Catletl tnada the score and Hughltt in. I,, d aoal. Tln n mi hlgan ,. n. ,i up, rake kicks, di layed paane ami hms forward paaaag from complicated poaltlona, seemed to d,' inornlise Pennsylvania's aecondar) de fenae Benton mad the second touchdown, ufttr receiving a long for " urd i'ii- Hit hiit kicked goal, A similar plus -ii .iii brought the ball close tu I'tnnaylv.tnln's goal and Maulhetsch went imrosi liki a streak of ii bluing, Hughltt lulssed the goal Hpiawn's long punta which kept I'onnsylvHnin mi ihe defonslvi during Hi,' s ii i porlod, tvere also effective in the i in i ii HuKhltt made a touch down 'I'm Mntilbetsch mid tatlott .. i ,i id - vr it f' ML. The rrlmson ff,i Harvard won, 20 i" 0 vers expected this brio t" do wh.i it did in yesterday's contest with Princoton, Heading from left t" right, these men are; Mahan, Hardwick and Logon o'Qulnn, i '' i: ni s, on . i' Plod for Jamieson; Powell for Wil son; Fontanella fur Powell; Powell j for Clements; Clements for Powell; Wilson f"r 'h Hu nts Texas Carlton V.,l..-.,L.. . ,1 illeglana throughout the Bid university the local i ,tl ' i' i ii'.'i 1. 1 .irfls si-nt rinlU Til (4 Ifornlngstd with the game, CORNELL RUNNERS BEST ri- Country Team Won From Penn sylvania. PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7 Cornell university's cruss country team, fa vorite fur the Intercollegiate cham pionship, Bhowed Its worth again to day, winning tin' ltiu ami dale race with tiie University uf Pennsylvania over the six-mile courae in Falrmount park by the score of ii to 16, Tim Visitors scored all the points for the first seven places, as they did against Harvard n week npn. MISSOURI WON EASILY ni. t. for i iu, "I man ; Nb Ison fur Wa 1 nil. Touchdowns: Barrell, Nlel trim lo .lis from Ti v is. Barrell. Ploldgoal missed Artlcboker. Time teen minutes. Iffletall referee. conaln); umpln head linesman, . hilt). Bcore by quarters Texas Ilaskill todman for cor; Kelso Carlton; tor Har- MEMPHIS FANS ARE "STRONG' Hie best ." far thin season, it is reas onablc to btliova thai it will In- ur p. is-, d by iiu coming event, i : i i m, Brotliei - mi M KMI'HIS, Tenn., Nov. ,'. i'laylnu .ii t i onpn tiuiile, the football team of 'the Christian 1'rutlurs colle f St , . e of H rriD APSCnM 1 run jkujxC'Ui At ii" tiui,. was tin line threatened, .Mission Inns' T s.i Ha Wimmer, Mzhlck. hdown missed- Hae I'oWi It must have heeu a very sensational I battle betweon Nate Jackson ami Kid Herman ut Mi mphla last spring, ac cording to the News-Solmltar of Mem pitta, in an article concerning the Juokson-Moore bout, which takes place there tomorrow .muht, it ha of quarter, fit- i tba following to say. "I'al Moore, the loeal liantam. has begun work for hi eight-round match next Monday night with Nate Jack son. Moore emerged from the boul with Bed Dolan of Now Orleans mil u a mark of anv Kind, hut he is. i t fig uring on an) suoh stuff from Jackson B I ,i ; II' ml' i "it ' . I' ll ItUdd "'I , Ull I.eM'I'i'tt 12 Subst it utea, for i, i Kiulslana, Martin lor I'lttman, Wal ton ;m K I," n, ' '""i i i for Vltebo, w . i- ten H Id, 1 im ton fur W Hreen, ' Iti ni for Bodrlgnna; for At kani m -. t'ochran for Turner, Kaykendull for Strouaberrj Touchdowns, Ltverett :;. I Itiiilil, a. D'yulnn, Moberly. Qoul I uftor t"U' hdow n. 'ook - ifflclala, I'.i i. w n, I 'at I iii. mi a, refer e; it ay. Ti x.is A . M . umpire; Hreseaie, Vnle. bead hn aman. FOOTiiALL RESULTS e, Van Blper i 'i Langford (Trinity); Patterron (Vander- Bl't KK1 is in i i x 1 1 i IM'I N I I I X I Bl M OKI )l 19 i ;:. 0 132 0 0 7 KANSAS HAD A CLOSE CALL WITH WASHBURN NOTRE DAME IS LATEST VICTIM OF WEST POINT ussis:ji111 BBAT tulanr l inal Score In Mi' Ulli ims , Ut to 't. I vi.-ii ntll.li'AIs-H tji.. Nov. 7. Tin' The 1 University of Mississippi defeated Tu today, lane' football eleven here this after noon, 20 lo 6, Mi slsstppi s in i touchdown came In the first quarter ii. t he pi ,nii ,t t ,, forw ai d naases in und two others were added in the after 1 third quarti i. Tulam scon d a louch- lown In i hu t hint ((tinner, i ne mm ,m,i'tm mum nl.iiiil in n bard lain. fill on the ball on None Dame's 16-j - yard line. Tin cadets took tin- h.ill Mflmr4iltng Kalalilc, om r in four nlays, Hmljmi noikim; ,. ,,iioe m imi-ni a safety np- i,, pre enl railroad collisions the ehunces are that if you punt in tin same quarter, li it- ,,,, 1 1 i,,lt, t sill It. Win don't rou Invent something that people say. fm Instance, a new da Bti i' '"' WEST Pi 'INT. X. , N' army won from Notre i in :i t,, T. The , est mei handled t h 1 1 Ml PflSSrS WON FOR OH O tin- first l'.-w uiiiiio's ol nlav, ifall muffed a punt ami Ooodinan 1 the touchdown ami Benedict kicking ' niiance 7, a series goal. The cadet blocked a Notre .'.,v, ami prot ' and punt i nu. 1 "ill i superior. VMIKI UN'S I OKW ltl PASSING II U Hit Ii I n M (.1 KSH1NU, Woo I'Yom Drake bj M to n. DEfl MOINK8, Nov. 7 Mbwouri university overwhelmed Iirake unl Veraity hero t' day II to fi In n name replete with god, had and very poor playing;. I 'rake lost many chances tu score by fumbltag, while penalties of Ifld ynrds assessed against the vis itors robbed them of at least one touchdown, nod gnvc Prakc its only core, ga j TOPBKA, Kan., Nm. T. Playing I againat the open atyla ;aine, which they opposed with straight football, Kansas university won today from Washburn by the score of 2D to 14, lush 'vanity men lent In durins the second and third quurters plunced through the Washburn line1 for good nuns ms the close of the game ap proached, Washburn completed is forward passes for u total of 140 yards i of the 4 1 sained in si ilmmape. The University did not try n forward pass. i Kansas Intercepted five of Wash- burn's passes. AUBURN BEAT GEORGIA 10 II i.i iu;i i 1 1 i s lost in :ki it m i t m out: ov I I Mill r. driie in the thinl quarter and rushed the hull 4u vurils t ,r a s' ! und i '' fall stari Ins In t I f'ofall went uvi tor a touchdown ami kicked goal a moment later. The Army scored anion in tin- last iiiar- I ter. There was much forward passing, 'hot neither leiioi nuiile u succeas ol it. Mills' end play ami Pltrka's tine work 1 1 p si .i in th,. bacK ii' ni retotured ror Nott Dame, while Hodgson, Benedict, Me' EDUCATED THE BEAT VANDERBILT ELEVEN N I IMI1 lil will Kl'.ll r : si i:i i IMil IV tl'ul.lS Nov i...iii,..t i... v. ,,-,1 nuua In the I'aine punt in tin ;.iiu ii,, ..i i fourth omirters mtt., le r orea K I iik 1 iii""Kii mi man s an ii This Jackson personage is aDOUl tne ,,,,, tnte (wo t hilowns and the aim eioneaici railing mi no- ran ovei mugt nfl igBUli esi uw inai ever waiaeu in muekee eleven won today from In- "" ' "" these psrU and the worst that can be L,, nu S t0 3 Neither team tried kicked goal. ev i,.d from him la sometimes more ., i... mi i. ,ir i Nolle I .une tl isto-d a fun olfetiiv,. - -, - - - - - j nu njieii V'1 1 " ' "' .-. ,i ', .. lllllil inu oesi mill eomes liom a mno-;i i tier or others .laeuson came lo in nhlH an unknown. I,ul it look one h.mt to convince Memphis fans that he w one of the greatest fighting machi that ever walked into u riaht ei without lielns bothered. Ileruiun an Jackson started off at bap speed, Her man digging in a mean Jab und a stinging cros to the jaw, hut Jack son kept enmiti and forty adding machine couldn't keep track of the wallops he encountered on the way, Slid although he hud heen Substituted for Rfsse and with no chain,- l" In condition, there was no stopping " "Vu"': . " . V:.. 'r., V;." ' . 'I ATLANTA Nov. 7.-The Alabama w came out fresher than ever ..ml Polytechnic In.. it ute Auhurn , . I. -planted a r.gbton Hermans Jaw that ! V" " IOOMO use eun. a ,. ouan , ,,. ,,,vp,. hP,HUntlv ihe VPsshlnston fulll.ii. k. seored since heen a Dig .iiawnig caro here - ' '" ', '..' ' ' ' ............. -...,,...,. i .. n,,,,t nii.rtM Mike nrrlson. the only b..y who has Mart f " ' . S- "'" . e ' Teni. made -I," flrsl touch- eier Lr i ri .1 oeiiMi, n,i .i,i rv.-m . . .... , till .,...,. him ihIi RVlffav ,,i,.hi l,e. when the lull vv as fuinhled on Ail fore the It M. A. C, and w hile the burn's t M off att-Jackson bout was considered Iter rilat ai LONE il Cutler shone for t TOUCHDOWN A i WON ill Id Ml II. ashlngton IWt"d Bt. voraHi ti to n ST I.nllS. Mo. Nov I m i NASH VII. I.K. Nov 7 Th- 1'nl t i verslty of Tennersce football team defeated un.iein.it nere ioay in a har. I fought game b) a score of Hi Martin, t" 14 The extra score, which de- Ided the contest, was due '" the ac urate toe of Carroll, who secured Washington ami St. three points on a placement ku k for Waahington relied largely pen down after four minutes of pla) on a in the first uur- td.iv. Martin scored after taking a forward pass of .... irds rrom stay lateral pass from Potthoff. Jt,, Carroll, 'I'll" g,,ul wa Rilased. M Nsthvillf fm Tii un l. I l.incaln, Nil Ntkrstlu 34. Mornlsgnias ... VVstiliii.gti.ii llnorgrtewn " v . I, .'an,. IIiii ,i m ; tin ighsin, Ain aUhsats 0 Bswsne i St I. mil- W Mhfltgtni li. St, l.i'lil- ' Hprinrflgld, Mu V M A. follngs 8U, v niknrsj " Uvnevs, N V BltpUeai 1" lli.lnirt 14. Kiitgslun, It I wurcsntiT Polytscbnie , II. ICh'oti 111 I II ByrsFuss, k, V. gyrscuM IJnivsrslty 14, kiitgeri I I Houth UrthlehMn, I'.. Lsblfh 30, Pens ' .ylvil.ll SI .lie v hunting, ln I. Uoanl Uolui. 14, Kidd , i'ioi Aggies -1 I Km ti inn Mi inim -7, Nortbwsstsrn (. AlUuta, hi ini, urn 14. Ororsla Tee V Im, til,,,. Mull MiebigSu H4, Psaa- j M ivii.iui 3. .,,i. , Kan wsihbsrn 14 h a BO, In-. M In Mis i BS brsk. tl r.afayetti. fad iVrSss 4" Ksatassy Ksnua Cltj lillani Jewell rs wsat ..nu. ter II. I'lticlnnsti t Divtralty of Ckielanstl 2t, IVeatern Mraarvc n Uiisphii I'hriatlan Brotl.era Oolleg Bl. bouli, i 2 M. ilaalppi Coll. ie It Blarkviilv, Me- MiUTpi A & M TS, Mereer 0, Uexinston, K.v Trsaaylvssls 36, Cksl tanooga T. Ii.ii Cntini t'oln luleimlu 4rl(ei li . 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