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With but nut one minute more to play la lathe laI 1
I the game gs yesterday between the t tand Railways Railwaysat
and th the TlMntYllleOODd Ba Battery ttery at
Walkers flaw a Ray lb Booth Bo th left end for forthe
the Railways was w carried off the field fieldto
In a helpIs coatI Itleo ii and taken to totending
KeochWll tt ooPtal where the at
tending physician ph lclan alter an examination
wild t1d toe lads 1ad lower limbs were paralyse paralyZe4a
as a the tl result It of a badly epreM II spinal 1
olumn olumnThe olumnThe
The accident occurred Cc while Booth was
Ht > 4t the bottom of a pOe of players and
l U a g companions did not know he was hurt
unOI 1I al he attempted to arts > < > when he sank
back helple s to the th ground The play
wag an n ordlary line buck a play that
I la attempted hundreds of times tl in every eV ry
game and i Is > not looked upon as anything anythlnC
C especially II rough by either the players or orpeetsj orptaor3
peetsj pegcator ors When hfon Booth was hurt the theWII
MMM a = wan Bulled and the players went
3S5 ffffi Booth W ill a lIOn of De D Deputy > puty > uty Sheri 8hrIsssniHe
otJa of tbJ rtt rtti city
i IsssniHe te Victory for Soldiers SoldiersJlHsgante aotcUca aotcUcae
JlHsgante lI e se was a complete flte victory for forU foriu
tile U iu i hoya oys who w Won m n by b the tla fW final flftulIII ul ulseore
seore Te Of tt iI to II 51 1 They wre somewhat m what
heavier vler than the th > Railways RalJWa ye s and Droved Drovedys proYt > l lI
I Itrlmg In both defenslv tlnah and off offenvo EO EOTh
= a Th two t uQbd tueicbdwna wna by the theere
57 ys were ere lucky one bpth h of which whichw whichde
w WalS f made de after t fter long senaational Ilen aUonal runs runsno I
the fy11 1 Ioth ot tlleflpl the fll4 The flr first firstme t tWxIHI
no was WxIHI sooretl by Wilson who caught caughtihe caughtthe caughtthe
the ball on the th Railways flv flveyar yar3 line linend
nd making makln a 1 feint at passing the ball to tothe totat
the right ht dart dutpct to the left with wIt Post as asinterference 1
interference and cinle < l th left end and andoutran andutran
outran both team teams famlO for a touchdown touchdownMNnsnly
MNnsnly 11111 JssUfcen Itwetn the > goal posts IMIttttaweeeDd
The second tojuehdAn touchd n b by the Railways Railwayswas
was w made on Oic 8r 811 > r fumtoV fimMc < Th Ther Tnth The < >
MSltsdair14d er 4Md earrled th ball from the Rnll Rnllys Jttllway
way ys fifteenyard line Itn to their own ten tenJgsd
Jgsd Mse when lsu the hall was f antbhkl f1t f1tpalibe
P1IteLgrahb Fwter rjsster grabbed the oval 11 and an got a start
f fully JIy ten yards before the SoWltrt re rerjsster rei re reIot rehad
Iot i < Khat had happened p In a minute minuteWsj minutEIe >
Wsj Ie e and Compton were after him im at
full speed peani and AVUto leading Compton
by 1 an inch pulled Foster down from be ¬
hind on the t e Soldiers twcmyyard line S
Porter P fjfjbled as he was w tackled and
White and 4 Compton fell over eor him The Th
iiuJl ho bonnded b4 ira free f tot of the pile of players
into I to XKt I Pitts IU s hands asds 1Id who ho was coming behind behindand
and the latter continued down dow tb the field field4Ir
fur 4Ir the Railways second so score scoret scoreLang we weQojqptdn
Qojqptdn t Maks Lang Bun BunTh tnT u uT
Th T Soldiers Csrced the ball U over the
nal Railways goal alllne Ime four times aad Tow
Hi kicked 1dc1t one goal from the field One On QIf < tf
thes tk noons ores was a beautiful bautlt end run mi oy
C en for a distance of MB yards on
Ufc tin down own Compton was w given ven the
bail nnd went through left tackle and andworked andwolad
worked himself through the Mae almost almostunaided stmotunaided
unaided Then Tbt > n he started own n the
field field The whole Railway t teamssok tearnv eok after afterat
hJm bat t Compton ned JU punueN punueNat ursuere
at fvery yJIiuIU y lamp D crossrag c the Hallways
oaf J Use between the goal goaposftl pos pest s flfteer flfteersst rut It teer
feet sst B the lead leadjH leaddie
jH the Battery scores were earned by
jroofl hard paying > They bad little tru
ttejgnahiag 1 1 e ahla their MtrlJghWt lighter oppenents 8ItP8BftItB1I pesews wIt
theTioCTat tbnef at at will and d were pre held for downs dowtW4Dte
but 4Dte < 9nv nos vring n th the game On the other
hand the t Railways wre compelled to
We kick every V time they gpt the th < ball balET a1I niak niaktftslr
tftslr T downs 8 11fa bat once during rlag thep the thegame 1
game gameWhite p gameWhite I
White and Compton the two Battery Batterywere
he were easily Iy the star starof st playsrs < 1
of the game Both of these e men JaJeftl JaJeftlof sWfaat sWfaaton c faSt I
on their feet t and frequently gntnii seI yards yardsafter ar61
after they had been tackled Zsftta z t the
ttm 1 soldier Idler guard also so jot ot santo hI b work workeffoottvabr wotkef wo
ef effoottvabr Fu the Raltwaya Ralawa Fester at atright atright
right = end did the best work which w was w
pstsdy 13 Jly Jy W I ta klLt tg tavkllng tavkllngLlsarJsnnnt kllgg
LlsarJsnnnt Lt Clnrka Pr PravastB Iro Ohtmble OhtmbleBut rosbleBut le leBut
But for the presence of Lieutenant
Clarke manager nager of the Soldier learn m
there might have been a freeforall freeforallnear freefOlaliIICJfiDeal freefoaILscrap
scrap near the end of the last half One Oneof Oneof
IICJfiDeal of tp Railways got into an argument argumentwife araruentwi arguentwith
wife wi umpire Jameson a soldier at Fort Forta
Douglas = Several a passes weVe e made madewhen madewhen
when the crowd rushed in from r eth the th side sideand
U lines and for a moment It looked seri serious serfo rf rfoUA ¬
ous o Lieutenant Clarke however took ookco tookcommand aookcoanteed
command co end ordered every soldier iEl off of f
the thetfleld Geld leld with throats of r the guard house housegrattfytn bon
It mas 8NtIf grattfytn to see how quickly he hewas hewas
was obeyed oIJ ed and a as the soldier rooters rootersrettned rootersretlftod rootersretired
retired Manager Cootoon of the Rail Banordeftd Railways Railways ¬
ways ordered his bl team off the field until untilquiet matUrf8tored untilquiet
quiet eed = was restored when the gam ea pro IfOiT proeed > ro roKlcksnon
T I IRat1e iT
Rat1e = r Position allwas II
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55av1tTruemaa Za 55av1t HQ HQR 1t O aTroemea Stanton StantonIt
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Beferos Rater Fred Smith umpire Jameson 11
liiiawnsn Ii Hunter and Black Bin ck timekeepers timekeepersiJ
iJ 11 1teumsM ssnnM Platt and Swentseh goals goalsfrom 8018flOlD gustsfrom
from the field Yowell touchdownsT Pitt
Wilson W ToweL White Compton 2 goals goalsfrom lroal8flOla goalsfrom
from free kick Zavitx 3 a McMurrtn 30 30and 3Da 30aM
and a n ssliuite Inute halves halvesSISTER balv balvSISTER halvesSISTER
SISTER OF PATHFINDER OFPATHFINDERMiu PATHFINDERHis
I His Russell Owed < by i1tQ i1tQSOOIIS RieSioes w wSiMrfes
SiMrfes Comes From frcwitlw frcwitlwSime tits titsSime tb tbSame
Sime Litt Litter LitterXw r rtow < tfew
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tow that the tb Mississippi valley vaUe ours roursiisK aMl1t1eY
iisK 11 svents eY are attracting Attactl the attention ttentfo of ofd ofd ofdug
d dug eg fanciers fDele an a over the oantry It Umftgbt ItnVJat itr4ght
mftgbt be of interest t to Salt tAkers to tokitow tokJ6 tokiiew
kitow w that thi this town boasts of a dog dogwhOBe dogwbo8e dogwhose
whose pedigree pedl Tee iands it in the front rank rankf
< > f blooded coursing dogs d do The dog in inMiiestion InlJtj intiUestieI
Miiestion lJtj tMNi is Miss es Rttssei a and is owned ownedhy ewnecIh wimdby
h hy Rue Sholas bol a letter carrier in the theSalt theSalt I
Salt Lake postoff tlWfttoe Stotf StotfMiss toe toeMiss I
Miss Russell RWl ell Is a full sister to Path Pathfinder PatbfindM Pathtifller ¬
finder the winner of the great greatQppl Missis Mississippi MlasIatppi ¬
sippi vfcttey y futurity stake held ei a tilt Kear Kearney 1ewney xearnPy ¬
ney Neb recently ntl This event is gen generally Irenrally genetlly ¬
rally conceded I by experts on dogs to be bethe bethe bethe
the greatest gros puppy stake ever ran in inAmerica InAmerica inmertca
America mertca Mr Sholvs Sbol is I also the owner ownerof ownerr
of r eleven puppies pappl by Mies ss Russell and andSJlver andJoJlver and8vcr
SJlver 8vcr Chain whkh he expects to be bewinners bewlnnt bewinners
winners > when they reach tb the full limit of oftheir ott ofthdr
their t speed Silver Chain is a Pueblo Pueblorolo Pueblo4oIo
< rolo 010 des and In owned by Pascal Poe Poef Poeof
of > f that town Silver 8IJY Chain has woa over
3008 53 3008 for his owner in stake stakeToo stakeToo stakesToo
Too Koch XuchIudlre ueh uehJudge j
Judge JudgeYe I IYea
T Ye Yea maam said the grizzled old oldcontain I I Iaptabl
contain aptabl right ht along here the water oldI is Iiplum I I IAnd IIium
plum t full U 0 dotrflsb dogflsbAnd
And so clOf to shore murmured the thevoung tbeounc thEI I
young woman Why VIt Is there not a agreat agreat I I
great rre t deal of bathing in this vicinity vicinityYes i
Yes maam but what o that asked ked I Ithe j
the captain somewhat puazled puszledWell puazledWell puazledWell
Well ther > should be a rule to sons sonsne US USsIe I IxJe
xJe all the doJf < Kfishes < > so they will not notbite notbite notbits I
bite th the bathers bathersIf
If that aint style tar er you ou tie cap captasn captain captaht i
tasn growled striding trl away aw Its It a such suchpeople uch uchl I Ipeoule
people l le as her that wants seahorses seahorsesdocked uaho a aocktd I Idocked
docked I reckon reckonSuggested reckonuggeted
reckon1att1
Suggested Pattf atU Programme ProgrammeChlco Programme ProgrammeChicago ProgrammeChicaGO
Chicago Trihvne Trihvnel
l Farewell Fers POfver er erSay
i 2 Say Y Au Bernie But ut Not ot Goodby
3 How CaD an I Leave lAa e Th he <
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The U S Oovt IovtReporfs IovtReporfsshfJW ReporLI Reports Reportsshow
show Royal R Baking l Powder Powdersuperior Powd PowdUlffrJor Powdzsup I
superior sup rler to all I1 others
BCWITTS FOffiT FOffiTAtlf IlrC kIrCkS S YitTOOj YitTOOjAUwhty VICTORY VICTORYMighty
Atlf Mighty hty Yale Suffers S Uffers Defeat U feat at Hands of Princeton PrinICetonFumblas PrinICetonFumblasWere PrthcettrnFumbIsWcrc Fumbles FumblesWere
Were Costly for Elis Sons and a 4I Tifjecs TifjecsTouchdown TiversT Tiei TieiTouchdown
Touchdown T Was a Fluke
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vrzw JEW KAVEK vzx Con a N v itTale itTaleI ale aleWeitt
I I j J went down to dewat before the men menof IDenof menPrfnceto
of Princeton today 1ocJ 7 in the annual annualfootsaU annualtOOCMll annualootbali
footsaU f caflss oa Yale field fcy a score scoreII 0 ea It ItbeL
II Utol UtolThe to toThe beL beLThe I
The contest contest which htch was w one of the most mostspectacular mOlJttlpeCtacu1ar mostpectacUr
spectacular s sI eve k4r et witnessed w1 Oft oi Tales grid gridiron gridron ¬ t
iron I ron was w stubbornly fought foughtthrouatRJut throughout throuOutntil I IUntil
Until U UD ntil the laM five fl ° minutes of play wh wi wheSewitt tB tBDeitt u uDewitt
Dewitt D ewitt thePrinceton the JiIInceton ncetin captain kicked luekf a amarvelous aO1nloa aarvelous
marvelous m mt goal from placement and broka brokathe IW brkthe ka katbe
the t he tied scare of < to 6 the result was in indoubt IndOUbt inoubt
doubt doubtTale dOUbtYale d oubtTale
Tale mails m one touchdown from which whichal wbl whibgoal b ba
a goal > al was w kicked Princeton equalled equalledis e equalledales aloo alooYaIes
YaIes Y ales is record and added a goal from fromI frompJaeemeut fromlacement
Yp
I placement p At the end of the first hate hatethe nittbe ha1tthe
the score was tied and an dose observers obeetvenlooIted observersooked
1 loohed l for a Tale victory but vt the New NewHaven Ne NeI 4eu 4euaven
Haven H aven men were unajrte unaMe ie to get the pig pigskin lugkin
I skin s over er the Use 11 again a while Dewitts Dewittskicking DewittlIkicldq Dewlttsicking PIgI
I kicking k ability gave ve to bis bl team t am the vie vietory Vlctory Yb Ybory
tory t ory I IWhIle
While Princeton deserved d ed to win Yale Yaledeserved Yaleeserved t tdftlelV
deserved dftlelV d to lose for Princetons Prl eetons scores aooreewe scoresere f fwere
were we w ere practically ctlcally the direct results ot otales i iTales iYale
Tales Yale Y ales fumbling Tales rale small scoremoreover score seersmoreover t tmoreoftl
moreover was w due to fumbling equally equallyas
as a m fatal fatalI fataLYale j
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j I I Yale Tore Tbo Through fh the I4zta LtmeWithin i iplay
Within f fourteen urte minutes from the time timelay i
play pia p lay began Yale had torn through Prince Princetons Princeons
tons toa t ons Una U Un consistently and bad sent PrlJaceI Ho Hogan HoIfan Hoan
gan g an across the line Un for a touchdown touchdownPrinceton toucbaownITinoeton toucheownrinceton
Ps Princeton P could not cope with Tales Yale Talestonewall i istonewall IstonewaU
stonewall s defense and the play pia was wasargely i ilargely IIaIKELy
largely l in Orange territory terTltOfllYale
Yale followed up her fI first advantage advantageand a aaDd
and a nd again n pressed toward the Tigers Tigersgoal TIIr TIIrgoal Tsrsoal
goal g oal line A fumble gave the ball 10 10Princeton lOPrinceton toPrinceton
Princeton when Yale was on the verse vengeof verseor vergef
of o f crossing croul lt the line for another score scoreAgain aeonAptn scoregain
Again A gain Tale pounded Princetons line for forshort fornort forhort
short s but consistent atua ras aad agate agateYale agentale
Yale Y ale was wa within Ithln strtktoe atr distance distaliceThe distanceThe < e eTbe
The Yale quarterback wits wit the tb game gamewell gamewell me mewell
well in band apparently apparently4eci decided ed to save savehis earebIa eaveis
his h is men and signalled nignaI1 for an attempt pt pta Ita Ptgoal
a goal from the field Mitchell dropped droppedack
back b ack and fumbled tumbl the ball on onons Priaee Priaeetons PrlJKetOil
tons tOil t ons twentyyard line IIn The vhwlors vhwlorsbroke vtorsroke I
broke b through DcWitt tt snatched the ball j I Irom
from f rom the ground gro nd and protected pr by flaej a aInterference tine tinenterference t
interference I ran the length of the field fieldfor neldtor fieldor
for f or a touchdown Vetterleln kicked toe toegoal tilegoal theoal
goal g oal and the score stood ewn at 1 uta utat x xat Xat
at a t the end or o the first r8t half halfIn balfIn halfIn
In the second half as in the first firstYales firstYales
Yales superiority of offense was appa apparent appurent Wppaent ¬
rent r Twice Captain Bafferty men menrushed menrush menushed
rushed rush r d the ball with Irresistible force to toward toward toward ¬
ward the Orange e goal line and twice twicewith twicewltb twicewith
with touchdowas n sight the sons or orYale orYalc orYale
Yale fumbled grievously Again n the back backhurled backI backurled
hurled b themselves through throu the opposing
l line only to lose their last hope of vic victory victory vicory ¬
I tory t ory through holding in the line ne which whichcost whlheoet wbihost
cost c ost Yale twenty tw nty yards and the surren surrender Burrender surrener ¬
der d er of the ball
jXisfc jfrXIOk From lTomThe Placement PlacementThe 1IiaeemeatTIM
The battle hattie ttle was waged we4furlou furiously and aadthe JM1the andhe
t the Tale men were the first to show the theeffects tileeffeete theffects
effects e of the struggle Princeton re resorted re reeoltell Toofted ¬
sorted s to the kicking game iuie and with withtut withlut withut
tut t ut five minutes to play another Tale Talefumble Yalefumble
fumble t place 1 Tale Yal in serious trouble troublenear troubnear troublenear
near her own goal line Luckily 1 tck1 for forTale forYale forYale
Yale one of her own men 8ft fell on the theball theball theball
ball but Bewman the Yale back was wasforced wallorced wasorced
orced f to kick from behind his bl own goal goalline lIoalIlnf goaline
line l He punted well to Tales forty tort torttwoard fortywoyard
t twoyard Une Vetterletn Y < Who was play pntyag
inir l ag back for Princeton caught the ball balland balland ballnd
and a nd with wlt great < presence df mind mil heeled laeeIedtbe heeledhe heeledthe
the t he catch for a kick from placement placementWith placementWith ac ment mentWith
With the score sill at six slxtoslx to toslx six the great greatcrowd gJtatMOwd greatrowd
crowd c was w br brfo6t thlees Willie whit tt Dewitt pre prered prepared prepared
pared red to try for goal at a slight angle angleie anlfleThe angleThe
The ie distance was forbidding but De Dewitt Dewitt Uswltt ¬
witt was w superbly rbty equal to the occasion occasionand occa occasionand lon lonand
and shot hot the ball between the goal posts postsin
in I n masterly style thereby ensuring
Princeton its first victory in I football footballover footballover footballover
over Tale ale since 1M The gamp game afforded affordedter affordedIIOmefblng affordedomething
IIOmefblng s of an anomaly In view t ot th thtact tha thaact
tact f act that Yale the def ated t4m pluecl plueclthe ned nedhe
the t he chater ter OlwtaHce 4Iwta both b th tD1d in 1dCkh drtns and andmsMag andJa andmkiog
Ja 1 msMag Mitchell MltelteUtIae the Tate hack ojt ojtpuntec OJtpunt outpuntet
punt puntec f Dewttt unmistakably Indeed IndeedPrincetons IncJeedPnnceton IndeedPrincetons
Princetons captain apparently had n noff noff ntf
off o tf day cia He punted poorly and three threetimes tbreetimes threeimes
times t failed dismally in attempts at drop
kicking ng In InMlttblnp rushing Yale was much su surior 8UperiOC siterior
periOC rior Princeton however was able to tomd 18Undle t
handle md e Me ball more ctorevly elMe and aliinever ai was wasnever wannever
never slow to take advantage of Tales Talesmisplajrs YalesmJ Talesmisplays
misplays
717 11 Iay Was W WasThe i iThe Otas OtasThe
The play PI y wa w clean cle throughout and no nopeDaltlee nopenalties
penalties for roughing were imposed Tale Talewas Talewaa Yalewan
was penalized pen four times for offside Offaideor play playor
or holding Princeton n eftCapec11Deftt escaped puntsT puntsTmeat pinismeat
meat of this kind Princeton naetn played p tht thtteen thlr thlrteell thirteen
teen men while for Yale but three men mengave IDenIrae mengave
gave way WK to substitute substituteThe sub substitutesThe tltutetl tltutetlTbe
The weather unpro1Dl unpromising lnc early In the theday theda theday
day da cleared before the game began and andthroughout an4tbmheat andthrougheut
throughout the afternoon was all that thatcould ttaatcould thatcould
could be desired Nearly WMO 100 spectators spectatorswatched etdors etdorswatched r rwatehtCt
watched the game gameA JrUDeA
A summary of the work of the teams teamsshowed tea teamashowed
showed plainly that Tale outplayed outplayedPrinceton outplayedPrinceton
Princeton Prin tonboth t both > oth at rushing ru ruahin hln < arid aridPrinceton rid kicking
Princeton gained Sit G1 ylrOm Jtrds In mkicks elaMe8D a a akicks
kicks while Tale rained 4 Z yards y on six sixteen IiIx IiIxtEell a atees ¬
teen kicks all from downs downsIn dowseIn
In rushing rushln Princeton gained 139 yaroiy yaroiyfrom yard yardn
In i n tlftyfour rtmbes to Yale Yales 2t8 yards
from sixtyfive rushes all from downs do
On the other hand Yale was wa penalised
fifty yards during durin the game for oftraMe oftraMeplay oeldeplay
play while Princeton was not subjected IJU IJUto
to a single penalty from start to flsJsh flsJshTale tI tITJae fhdshThe
The UDtlMp UDtlMpYale LinIM LinIMYale
Yale Position oel Princeton
JUtterty RaffertyL XKT J E Jtavtp JIa I
Kinney L T TBatcbe14er Ceo e y
JBatchelder I I GL COtou
Roraback = k C Short
BloomerMUter MIller B Q MviMWitt IMWiU
Hogan BT 1 7 1tee4 leed
Shevlin B B Eo Henry S
Rockwell Roclt U Q B B Vetterlein VetterleinBuriEB VetterlelnBur VetterleinBur
BuriEB Bur
MitchellBowman I L H B KaferKin Kaler
Metcalf R H B BHartVetterle1 Hart Vetterleln
FarmerOwsley F B Mtttar fllel
Umpire Mr r Minds Inda of University ll llPet erf
Pennsylvania Pet Ivanla referee Mr MoCking of
Lehigh timer Mr Wrigbting Wr1 < bUq of Har Harvard Ha Harward ¬
ward toaeb touchdowns DeWItt Hogan goaUL gosl
Mttabell Vetterleln goal from field fieldTotal Do
WltL WltLTotal wittTotal
Total score Princeton 11 Yale C
Length of f halves ves 35 minutes minutesTl minutesYale mInutesTai
Tl Yale freshmen Defeated DefeatedCambridge DefeatedClllallrid Defeatedcasnbrldge
Cambridge Clllallrid Mass Ma Nov 14 l4Yor For the + he
tenth consecutive time tI the Harvard Ha
freshmen defeated the Tale Yal freshmen treebm n at
football today todll by a score of 17 to I Har
vard was wasHARVARD dhe better totes 4s y de
pestm of Ute me meHARVARD gameHARVARD
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HARVARD ALSO BUMPED BUMPEDHflta
Not Hflta a Single RgdeerotBg Feature FeatureIn
i iIn
In the thtame Game to Gonsoltthe GonsolttheUnderfiaduatis CO CosotatheUndergraiuatu lolathe lolatheU
Underfiaduatis UnderfiaduatisCambridge U ndl fradlYtu fradlYtuCmbrldge
Cambridge Mass Nov No 14 J4A A defeat defeatmore dOeatmore defeatmore
more pitiful than any recalled by the th
friends of Harvard and on in which
there was not a feature to give comfort comfortto
to the undergraduate of the university universitywas Wllv aity < i iwas
was administered to the Harvard eleven elevnby eievonby
by Dartmouth this aftrnoon aftrnoonThe aftrnoonThp aftrimoonThe
The final score wu W was H to 0 in favor of I
the New Hampshire college JlO e team and
the fact that this score wall made in roe tbego
first contest go of any sort played y spun the Lb Lbnew
new Stadium grounds n was felt toD to add ad adignominy 31 31I
ignominy I to the position of the crim crlmOll crtmtOn
eon Oll men Harvard displayed great weak k
ntes fumbling and the iostabUlty of fJfIhlrvarJl orJlsrvariLs
Harvard defense were most apparent apparentand appareatand apparentand
and with wh the th possible Ie exception lnn of A
Marshall Iar every man 8ft in the tb line was W3 fair fairly t fairy ¬ i
ly y outplayed Jutpla Pd by his hl Dartmouth opponent
On almost every v rr play the Dartmouth Dartmouthmen I ImeR
men got the Jump and shoved the Harvard Hat Hatyard ¬ I Iva
yard va line hack and only 011 once was liar Harvard liaryard ¬ i ivard
vard aisle to hold Dartm Dartmouth atb Svea KY1t KY1tp4ntiac ven in inpunting a apunting
punting Harvard was outclassed Star Harvards 1Iarards Staryards ¬
yards only chance to defeat Yale next nextweek nextwek nextweek
week has ha been thought to be b In the snap snapplnen snapplnt snappiness
plnen 1 of il her ht > r play pla but ut this feature wvs wvsmarkedly z znay I IWRr
markedly nay kt ktsi lh < absent today to ay Dartmouth Dartmouthscored DartmouthlKored Iartmouthscored
scored a goal In the first half and a1IfI1Jtht antPm antPmthe > m mthe <
the > second 8 on4 half Witham failed to kick kickgoal kkicgoal Ideagoal
goal goalBTANOBD
STANFORD 6 BEXJDELXT lIE 8 8Californias 8 8Californias 8Californias
Californias Single Score Was Result Resultof ResultofFluk
of ofFluk a Xluka XlukaSan
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San Francisco Nov oy 14 HThe The thirteenth thirteenthannual thlrteentbannual thirteenthannual
annual intercollegiate footfcaH game gs be e ¬
tween the University of California and
Leland Stanford university elevens re resuited reultAMI renutted
suited in a score of C to 6 6 The oontMt
was pHRyBQ W A sandy 5TMITOS vlTQft which wtdebwas whichwas WnfCawas
was rendered r comparatively dry by a
break break1 in in the incessant ant rainy weather
Stanfords quarter Captain C Ptain Bansbaeh Bansbaehmade Banebachmade
made a touchdown to in the bettrwt first halt by A AIIeMaUonaJ aseaaUonal
sensational run of sixtyfive yards on OIlQ usqtbmerbck a
quarterback Q play pla The California tea teamade t town tmade
made a touchdown own and evened tile score
in the ond eond half when Right 3ackte ckS
Hetansflter blocked ed a kick and left oft the
ball after sf f Jt had rotted over r the Una A AJMllltlD Apanting
JMllltlD duel was fought t throughout t the thegame helItame he hegame
game by Overall Ov < a11 of the state university
and Sprott rot of Stanford StanfordHasskeU StantOlHaskell anford anfordHaskell
Haskell 23 Creightstt 0 0Omaha 0 0OMaha 0Omaha
Omaha Nov 14 HThe The Crclghton unlver unlverv universky
sky v eiev eIe sieves n was defeated on Creighton C
field id today by the Haskeil Indtaas I ut f
x Ksnsas by a score of 23 to 0 The Indiansoutweighed 1 1outwelltJaed Indians ledlamoutweighed
outweighed the local team and besIdesplaying besides besidesplaying
playing a faster game they t were able ble at atall atall
all times tt to make long gains by their tine I
plunges eII Creifhton ere had the hail near 11 the
Indians goal but but once and that early rb in
the frame game bat was w held for downs ana
lost its only chance to score scoreP1ENTY icorePLENTY re rePtENTY
PLENTY DF FUMBLES FUMBLESCwttste FUMBLESCwliste FUMBLEScirfts
Cwttste cirfts + e Oatplajrs O t ats Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniatha
thai th Quakers Sfeowigf Showw Poor PoorForm PoorForm PoorForm
Form and Judgjmwt JudgjmwtPhiladelphia JUGgmoRtPhiladeJpIaIa JudgrnwitPhlldelphls
Philadelphia Nov 14 loCI 14lI In a game gamemarked pmemarked gamemarked
marked by fumbles tubl and penalties the theCarlisle theCarllide theCarflM
Carlisle Indians today to defeated 4cr atd the th Trrt Trrtveraity Tn1veratty trtiireralty
veraity of Pennsylvania PwnftS > Iana by tho tb score of
1 15 to S 6 The Indians scored a touchdown touchdownand touchdownand
and kicked 1tI ecI a tal < ral a1 m a the first fir t half and andeach andeac andeach j
each eac team scor seorl d a touchdown m i the th1second
second half It from which goals rp TPulte ulteii I
Pennsylvania pr proably r l > ably layf > lay nl hr h r poor poorest pooreat ¬ i
est game of UM sas S saaoxl S1Il > n in I tin first half
It Was a repetition of f SatinJays j game Jametwo gametwo arne arnetwo
two week w 1aI ago Wi vth II th exnption e c ption that thatthe thatthe i
the Indians wtn r pnalis na nalizei l for ta 1 n sixty
yard holding and rvn cv < 11 with this thi they
got within striking UiMHnc r of > r ihy tit Pennsylvania FIe1utsyha Penn Pellasyhatls ¬
sylvania syha tla = goal fn four > r limes Um Twlye is they
scored once on th Kill b ll was lost on a fum tu ¬ I
ble and the fourth to u rt t time ti me Johnson J huson missed misseda missedatieldgosl
a atieldgosl atieldgoslQuarterback raw goal v
Quarterback Johnson 3 h rico is of < > f the Indians lnd ran
his team perfitiy m poi u hi h a variation varIti of ofplays etplaye ofplay
plays completely eompeti a mystified Un Ufled the Quakers
In the second hii Pennsylvania out outplayed t tplayed ¬
played Its opponents opJ JHllt > T fl t S it t all points P and M
that she did tu 110t ai > t at Last eat tie the scote scotewaa cewew sossewas
was w because of oialackr a lack t 1 judgment judgmentWasMngion JuntWu jumentWaainton
Wu WasMngion iton a G Oregon 5
Seattle Nov HIn U In fli the < hardest t fought foughtgridiron foughtgridiron
gridiron battle thnt has 1Ia L keen wen > < n seen in the thestate thestate
state tate of Wash aahhcn > c r for years the Uni University UIIII Ualvarsity ¬
varsity VftIIt of Wash Wuhlctn ton this afternoon de de ¬
feated the Univrsity Unh sity lty of Oregon by byre a ascore
I score re of 6 to 5 Th T i h pame g uue was played pIa ed eda In Ina hia
a wind wIadtllat that was nil but a gate and an ley
rain that was driven by the wind hard bardnto
into i nto the faces f th ti players The vieI vieItory vic
tory was decisive and the difference in
the strength of the t hI two teams is greater crea great
than the score indicates Oregon for fornearly forziearty
nearly the whole of the game had the thewind thewind
wind directly tUreeU at her back aJnd Templej
tons tOa Melds Jdddlalr w WIt v largely I responsible for
the tIa fact that Vlabinton V bbwtOn did not make
the score larger A fiftyyard punt puntu wa was wasas j
as nothing nothingAnother S S3totlber
JaOUatngABothv
Another Injured Player PlayerBloomtagton tlyerBlooIRIaston P1ayerBloomington
Bloomington IDs Nov No 14 141tObeat Robert Ski Staclalr
clair a student of the th normal school
was proenWy fatally fatall injured ta a a football i ine
game ne At t Pontmc this afternoon between between1Mams
UN Mams from tro Pastime and the State
Normal university His spine was In ¬
jured JuredNbruka
CTebraskm Nbruka 8 Kansas 0 0Lawrence OLawrence 0Lawrence
Lawrence Kan Nov No 14The Nebraska Neb
foottatt eleven defeated the University of
Kansas K a1IIIa8 eleven to 0 this afternoon
The winning c was made by Bender Benderon Rea Reaon
on a seventyHv ventynyanl yard run within three threeminutes tIaneminutes threeminutes
minutes of the cl UM < se e of the game going
through tbn Ulfh the line lineandaround and around the left end endHew endfew endNew
Hew Auto Record RecordParis RecordParle EtecordParts
Paris Nov i4 J4A A new autotnobile ToO record ToOwd ¬
ord was made today by the former bam chnniplus
plus BarnS wo who covered a kilometre kilometrem
< U felt m a 3U6 z6 seconds BocondaOther seoondaOther secondsOther
Other Snjrtern astsrn Games CraaiseAt GaJu GaJuAt
At Columbia C Unnbla Mo Molowa1I MoIowa Iowa university M
Missisnl university 0 0u 0 0At
At 4 8L LonisCbristlnn BretberT steaf ad col
legn I S Quinoy Ills 0 L Rash Evak1nstute Medieai II
institute 22 St Louis nnlvsrstty 0
At San Francisco Srnisco8tan1ord rah Stanford aJlton1 C I Califor California CallforAt Califorida ¬
ida S SAt i iAt
At ChicnKO CbieaKONorda ChieagoNorkwmtstn Northwsntom I Notre
Dame DaIBeAt i
S
AV A Des MotassJ M MelsssDtks > raiw tt GMnsjstl n S
At West 1 Point Po4atWsSt T TAt tw West Point 30 Chi Chicago ChIcaeSyracuBrowa Calcarot ¬
cago carot
caeSyracuBrowa At Syracuse SyracuseBrews Brown H Syracuse 6 L
At Crawfordevflle ftIe InsL 1 inLKatham gaetham 11
Wabash WabashAt ulL ulLAt 8 8At
At Charleston Ills UInESSterR Kastern t lUtnois
Normal 29 Northern Illinois Normal De
bib kalbAt bibAt 0 0At
At Terre Haute 1Ddao IndRomeelytschsie Ind Rose Polytechnic
institute 3 Butler vntrerstty I at Indian Indianapolis Indlanapolltl indIanspells ¬
spells 0 0ton oAt 0At
At KnoJtVlIIeUnIenaty Of South 11
V VfllY5itY tT er Teaheesee MJ8 8 8At
u KuIarllIeVaaderbllt 41 W WasIIl
ton university 1II vendty 8 8M
A4 Indiasisle 11I saels Ja MAmes Ames U UAt aitasmsiy S
At AtmapoUsBncknell Anna BuekneD M 2 Navy s So
At Btoeasmcton Ind IndbMIIua In nna nrrer nrrersJty er >
sJty 70 Dapauw DapauwAt O OMI 0At
At MI Ithacsy IthusCOIWIIb1a < 7oiambla V7 7 Cornell II 12
At MMdletown WD ConnWnnJis COImWam It o
Wesleyan W 6
INFANTRY INFA TRY EASY EASYFORVARSITY EASYFO EASYFOR
FORVARSITY FORVARSITYAilStar FO FOR R VA VARSITY VARSITYAIIStar RSITY
0 0AII
AII AilStar tar Soldier Afrep A Agregt1an Jeg8tfon on Owl Owlciasa OtcLasd 1tt 1ttGlasdby
ciasa Glasdby cLasd d by Stude StUde45 StUde45S StUde45FEATURES t s st sFEArURES 4 4FEAIURtS
S
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FEATURES FEArURES LOKi LON END EHlFortysix f RUNS RUNSRATPBAO I
I IaAL
aAL BAOX POJa gu fi W WAi WAiDO AJ8
1 DO 0 SJDfUI1 iIfILktl9fi iIfILktl9fiI iIfILktl9fiFortysix
4 4Fortysix I
Fortysix to a aup goese tM resISt reIMItup resIStup
up afc Cu Cunoon cullbllllttp Cula tIeIII tie y y1l00h sterb sterbsoon
noon An allstar aoDracntion tIIIa from IIR tae taeTwelfth thOrwelttlt tneTwelfth
Twelfth infantry and tfc P of 1T IT ITindulaed stIles stIlesIndulged J Jindulged
=
indulged in a rather ratherment ratNIIWnt Slis l lment i
ment in whf w whiek n r rworsted die 1Itags SIrs INIeeldat SIrsworsd
worsted eight tow tGdIIL aM lix gImis
being the final scare S S1 Sws i
The boys m bine war ws tisnriii ty tythroughout i iclassed
classed btr btrthroughout but 1 = = I
throughout throughoutthe thro out aN fsght iii EfIIIIa ktuIeni d I
the way through throughttceahly Tk Wee 80 nor noagain
ttceahly ly weak and trere large largeIble I I
Ible fat the sins r of the core coreagain 1afp11e a
again the thefor valssty hnchn = sMrted kted bhs he ante ss
for long gains and ft m4M by th tIt8 Sot M >
rtlers ends nds was a rare eoosrtllWm i 1 > onti npt in litother ISotherrespect inthe
other otherrespect l peeq tIM J1ert rt Disa taiN WN
talr fairly strong bet the men a aat 1II
at knowledge wJedge of 1M Ui am a WIft WIftw weeson
on t w work
RiIck Fdrbes ud ki
the sensational sensationalformer atests st The u WIftg
former did sohw of the 1Mver iii prMttsnt prMttsntever isen isenever g
ever ver Wltnesse4 witnesseita tiles is tMs Ud sssk nick of the
It Itwu was his II initial aaamra ssosarssjns on ntsity tltevar twrslty tltevarslty
slty eleven elevenIfw and 1Ii seeslam to dtIs
Into a aForbes strom bk =
Forbes evauHI evad evadjumping g
jumping ehr ehrCOftrec over th a head headTcovered
COftrec quickly and hOt appea to
lose 1 a strfdo In the hurdle Jltnwf Jtlfttft W Wmad Wedtraisle wade wademado
mad some sensational Een t1 ll run on the iiuar iiuartorl 1luarterkuk sUarteriak
torl terkuk u k play At on ne time ho h carried < the thebill theball tnebat
bill 105 10 yards but was wa r oaUd by the theofficials theoffiela thet
officials officialsUiutinunt offielaLiutnlnt t uicials uicialsIiut
Uiutinunt Iiut nflt Hariiman did good Work for fortin forIh
tin Ih 1 infantry infantr team at guard uard He dis displayed diiPlayed ¬
played pla ed a greater greatr knowledge knowle ge of the game gameperhaps gamelrhaW gameperhaps
perhaps then any all of his team t matee arid aridseveral anaeeral Pintseveral
several times stopped the varsity plunges plungesontKe plungeeo
o ontKe on Us 1IIM 1IIMNGtwttb unassisted unassistedthe
NGtwttb Notv1tbatasding aadlDlr the recent hea heaganw heavy pts ptselpitatiosi I
ellI th the field was I is fair Aeavre con condi
but Va a trine heavy for fast work ark arkWH
ganw 5510 was clean and devoid of an anwrangling any
wra wrengI wrangling Several era men w we re retired retirewith retiredwith
W1 with minor r bruisea baDIIr but no tnjnrios of ofany btny ofany
any ny consequence were sustained on either eitherside eitherside
side The attendance was w light Follow ¬
lug is the way they the lined up
U of U 4 48 infantry 0
Da DayIeBenDion visBen nion L B llBlait Bias BIa
StrobellHarris L T TArtieSt Arnol Arnoln Arnol6a
Thompson = n L I G GHardman Hardman 1 1C
a
HsIeeM C CCheesherlala Chamberlain bMn =
Ray R G Gieenuyer Beermyer
Ptttl Peterson PetencmLatIIen PetersonLainen 0OU 0OULarsen
Larsen R T TSmith Smith < Capt
Russell R E EBerryPerry BerryPerry
Nelson N L H B BSpangler Spangler S ler
Forbes R It H B BRichards Richards JUc JUcB
BnrnMnter F B BMcDermott McDermott
Wade Capt Q B TownConnelly
Time of halves halvesTwenty Twenty minut minutTouchdowns IIIlnutea IIIlnuteaI minutesiehdownsWade
Touchdowns iehdownsWade I Wade I 2 > Forbes t 2 Davis
1 1 Russell 1 1 Ooa QEmisRurmestar aBann anrmestar anrmestarReforae < 1missed
mIMed Z 2 Reforae BfttrHoI Hohnes tftI Umpir Umplr8 Umplr8LlMateaant L
Lieutenant HeWt HeWtWINTER HeldtWINTER HIdtWINTER
WINTER RACING BEGINS BEGINSLarge BEGINSlarge BEGINSLarge
Large Crowd Attends Opening OpeningMeeting OpeningMeeting OpeningMeeting
Meeting at Oakland OaklandFavor OaklandFavorites Favor Favorites ¬
ites Unsuccessful
San Francisco Nov ov 14 UTbe The winter rac ¬
ing season of the California Jockey To y club clubopened club0IteII8d ciitbopened
opened at Oakland today In the theoyer presence presenceoC
oC over M0 people The heavy ram ramreused rataIa raineassed
reused In the morning < and clear weather weatherThe weatherJKeva8e4 weatherprevaisd
JKeva8e4 The th e Upack t was very muddy muddyret blud
1 n fIe field wetfl wet ret large I Wblle the fa faof tavotl favorites
votl vorites were bo of very wr successful au fal welt wellplayed weltplayed weltplayed
played horses scored with the result that thatthe lIaattlae thatthe
the majority of the fifteen bookmakers bookmakersin
in Une Un did not have a profitable after afternoon afl afterucla r rnn ¬
noon noonInterest nnIntere uclaInterest
Interest t centered cerate red in the opening handi handicap bandfat bandicap ¬
cap at a mile which was taken by
Boole a fL M to 1 shot Fifteen went to tothe tot tothe
the t post Nlgrctte and Huatressa having
been a alded ded Kenllworth was favorite favoriteand tavoriteaM favoritetied
and Nigrette next in demand Claude Claudetheftesjaent Claudettiefient
theftesjaent tbe ent Derby ert 11 winner was w not heav heavily ¬
fly 11 supported Tne TIl start rt was a strag straggling t tSf ¬
gling Sf e ne Konfc and nd Sckwalbe getting gettingawayn ttlngaWJlto7 gettingaiipty
awayn aWJlto7 front They raced out together togetherand Qgetherana
and Schwalhec kltIbeumect assumed the lead She Sheheld SheMId Sheheld
held the position until the stretch was wasreached Wallw1aen wasrosbd
reached when ChAndler took the rail and andasTOinsd aa4tbe atidasisnd
asTOinsd the lead with 1tb bide landing her hera
a Winner w by half a length from Schtntlbe SchtntlbeAfter chwalbeAft
After Aft a poor ride and suffering interfer interference IntelfereaceX interfersac ¬
eaceX sac ence Kenllworth nllwonh was u third The race racehad racehad
had a value Ine of W478 of which W800 went wentto wenttothe wentto
to tothe the winner Summary Summarytt
First race seven furlongs selling aeUhigCap Cap ¬
tive tt won Man of Honor second Saintly tf
third Time ThneI rimeln rimelnPuturity 11 11 11Futartty V
Futurity course purse purseDon Don Demo won
PAdua second Sailor Knot third Time TimeSeven TIme
1 114
1rieB Seven Sevenvon fuwIoftD eelllnc south QsJanthns QsJanthnsAnvil GalaDU GalaDUwe Galautbuswon
we von M XJNCIe lI II seeon second Anvil third thirdZ
nala flmslflMile1
nala0DeRhur Mile1 opening handicap l Ic5 7ltte value 5i1 am < 7Cr 7CrjSoAK
HoMe Z sm 9Cnwftllre Xentlwortk Xentlwortktla1td XOIIIWOrthtbt JCctntwor
Wtttt second sfBCd > no tH tHwil
tla1td tbt wil Time TimeI45 Tinte146 Tinte146Six 145 145fariongs
Six fariongs 1art purse J1I18eBande Bnrnfe Bun Bunton Buntonwon Buntonwon ton tonwon
won won Ale second Marttnmass Marttnmassthird
third Tlme4 1IDIeIiL 1IDIeIiLstlft t1mei5Lstttt 8 8Sttf
Sttf t Beats Schrack Schrackround SchreokNov Scilieckchicago
chicago Nov laBID 14Billy Stitt of ua city cit citgsa
gsa gives the d ddlsion on over Mike Se Scitrec Scitrecof reek
or Cincinnati at the end of tII the sixth aIxthIOUD4 sixthround
round tonight The verdict was not fa favnrabiy to tobsbiy
vnrabiy received by the spectators
TERRY TERRYMiGUVERN MGiVERN SAYS HIS HISINJURED HISINJURED HISS
S
INJURED LEFT EARNED 60rOOO 60f OO OOL
L
Terrible err1We Terry Mcdevem has been com compelted compelled cootpelled
pelled to abandon the ring owing to an aninjury anInJW7t aninjury
injury InJW7t to his hi left t hand McGovera calls callsthis callthle callsthis
this left his Hs otdiO M flat for through the thapunches tkpunchell thepunches
punches he has lm landed with it he has hasearned baaearned hasearned
earned that much cote of the th realm re bn
Since the little Brooklyniia ojuered izerud t tring hs hsring e ering
ring a few years ago up to the present
time ti the t e tame e et this fist has been w wwtct wesidwide rM rMwide 1
wide With it he h has put over two score scoremen 1ICOnDafR scoremen
men to sleep and nth it he wan tfce th J
featherweight championship He later I IlOit
lost the title to Young Corbett The Tb for ¬
tune won with the fist baa been profit profitably protltably profitably ¬
ably Invested and will keep the wolf from fromthe fromthe
the door of the McGovern home for a long
time timeIt tun timeIt I
It is not often that I Iand
very a mans hand handand handand
and and the left one at that thatls Is worth a for ¬
tune but Terrys left has been a bread breadwinner breadwinner
winner inner and an a bank account to him ever eversince erersince 1
since In4 he began his career as a fighter A Aswing Awng
swing wnc or cIr his left has on several occa occasions occasloan ¬ I
sloan brought thousands of dollars to tne I
little fighter fighterTne tilfbterTile fighterToe
Tile terrific and repeated punches dellvered dellv delIveyed
ered with this thl left has put it out of cons consmisflon coinmission om
mission While not broken the injury I
will k keep p the former featherweight cham champion champion champion ¬
pion o cut ut f the ring for at least three or orDOMInICAN I IOnMnUCAN
DOMINICAN REBELLION REBELLIONGeneral REBELLIONGeaeal REBELLIONOSgIierLl
General Jiminee J iDH Mow Sa Route e te to toPuerto toherto toPuerto
Puerto Plata PlataCape latL latLCape ta taCape
Cape Haytien Hayti Nov 14 lTlte The TheFrench I
French steamer St Simon with ith Gener General General Getterat ¬
al Jkttlnec bend ot the Dominican rev resolution revolutlon ¬ I
olution on board has left Port Au AuPrince AuPrtaee AuPrince
Prince Kayti aU with the intention ac according according ¬
cording to report of forcing the block blockade blockade bfodtade ¬
ade of Puerto Plata on the northern northerncoast northerncoast I
coast of Santo Domingo DomingoThe DomingoThe I IThe
The Haytien authorities formally op opposed opposed ¬
posed the he landing in Hayti of General GeneralIlmlnez GeneralID GeneralJlsolnes
Ilmlnez la spite of his strong insistence insistencenpon Insistencepoe insistenceupon
upon poe being permitted to do so soIt soIt soIt
It ta said if the St Simon is Inter Interfered Interf1d interfeted ¬
feted with the will m ask for the assist assistance assistance Ist Istnee ¬
ance nee of the German cruiser Gazelle or orother orother orother
other foreign ships which may be in inDominican InDominican InDominican
Dominican waters watersTfee water8TIle watersThe
TIle French h cruiser Jurlen de la Gra Gravfere Gravfere Grevlere
vfere which was in these e waters re recently recently recently ¬
cently is understood to have returned returnedto
to the island of Martinique MartiniqueTelegraphic MartiniqueTaraphic MartiniqueTibegraphic
Telegraphic communication with the tileC
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four weeks to come McGovern KcO Terll first in
jnvtd Ms hand lit a battle wtth Lew Ry
gl all at Philadelphia PIIAIaiI about sixweeks six weeks ago
His subsequent t sattfe ttJe with Jimmy Briggs Briggswhich Briggawhich
which lasted fifteen rounds uade 04 a lot of ofthe ff1I8t S
daniaaa to the fist 1I8t and when the little littlebadir itth I
Beoavitt left the rift his hand wu I
bade swoties swotiesThehxJury iwoiteaThe woIJea woIJeaThe
ThehxJury The injury is just above the knuckles knuckl or S
the MCt l hand There < are no hones honesBroken I
Broken but the frequency with which the ihecsw I
hu a have come In contact With 01 tht i
heads csw of lorrys opponents have made madei I
i them sore soreMoOorern eoreKoOOWW soreMcGovern
MoOorern is taking the tb best t care of his m mw S
bUsted w ajJ flit JIstuow JBt t1ow > now and he hopes to get I
bask he teWthejgame kite the mtt me soon In speaking klnlr or
I1 We iwsptrv njMrr Mefjovern re n said BHIU nftat 4fumx fist iwi has n ha I
1t B em Wstty geed to me ana anGeU yen can Bet I
1 11M going to be careful and nurse K KP SI I
ba = Into = alIape P These Th left hooks ook that I I I
landed on Ryall started the trouble He H
seemofl ecI as a hard har as nails and once cr r
twice I landed on his head That started I
things thin When I fought Briggs the 1st lnl t I
got worse While 11e there are no bones S
broken the soreness is very painful and an I
will prevent me from doing my best I I I
expect pect a rest will bring brIn It around all al I
right When the fist torn M m shape I will be
ready to meet all comers as usual usualinterior usualInterior usualInterior
interior of Santo Domingo o was reee
tablisbed yesterday ye terday morning but now r
is again interrupted IDt and it is reported I
that severe Yere fighting must nave oc occurred occurn oreurref ¬
curred < before San Domingo DomingoThe DomingoThe
The recent arrest of the oHJotrs OkICHS and anc
heads of departments of the nalional 1
bank at Port Au Prince on the charge chargeof c allr4 allr4of
of having been connected cted with the
fraudulent issue at of5bods bonds s early in the theyear th thyear thyear
year has caused a great sensation t1on here
and If commented upon from different t
p points lnte of view
11 11TOI8IIeo
Toronto TOI8IIeo1Ar4 News NewsLord NewsI4
Lord Riverstone tD so bo CanadaVIs Caada > Ie there
anything more I can do for you youLord
CAdaWe wouI4 Db to go 0 on dra
In big 0 our r breath breathLord tla tlaLo
Lord Alterstone to Messrs Root
Lode and Turner TurnerAny > Any objections to tm ti
our young friend continuing to use the tb S
atmosphere atmoapnereMr
Mr Root Ledge Ad TarDW cheer
tUII7None at all2ust now
Lord Alv Alverstone 8toae < with judle1al alrXy V
000 is that ys aTe entitled to lie bi e
telDp use of ogL air not required fer 1 F
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8 t ttfeg > IiRgPin Pins Worn Wo Out Against Small Boys Boysand 8015fld oyi oyiand
and fld Beanshooters BeanshootersI
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gQOJlRT your OW gouty foot kept you youlast youfront OU OUftoet
SOAaY front seeing lie 51St aaatch last lastnight laJiltIdaId lastS
S night old Bftan aa enM aid Bob Blowitt Blowitteowttng BlowlttI B1owittbowig
eowttng I smsjir of th ttIt Vyevllle vIUe Athletic Athleticdufc Athleticcsa Athleticetch
etch as lie plmisjed esed liisnsflf ss In a chair chairacross ebalraUOla chairacrom
across the taMe from the corpulent Col Colonel Colonel Cotonel ¬
onel fined mi in i the tI eoay clubhouse bhou8e To Tomiss Y Yod Yodmissed o oa
miss missed t a a great eontsst of 1 wits and skill skillAnd aklUAIMI skillA
And A we won Thenlts to Dobbs we wewon wewon
won Im 1 so 0 hearse front yelling over overU oyerIt overit
It that I can hardly chortle In my joy joyButyew joyBut
Butyew But mnst hell en me e said Id the cole colonel coluWalter coleset ¬
set motioning te the waiter Did you youcircumvent yo yoctretIanet Youctrenmvet
circumvent ss > Rickey Benders in their theirftiishnii thetr theton theIreaotgus
ftiishnii on those yea d bosnr r
Tbs BJcfccy sy nmislin said 4 Blowltt BlowittMa BlowlttA BloWlttsg
sg Ma toot Ssoton on a cenynient ete5leflt t chair an ana andla anI anIZa
A Za a cigarette The Tb Rickey Bena BenaiumventiNI RenaciscivtId
ciscivtId iumventiNI tbesssehre UJ IYM The very veryne ver verymitt
ne mitt tt d Is y after I test you of the way we wewore weeta Wewets
wore raising each other m keeping those thosepte thoep1
pte p1 boys bo bought t Hans Autahadlt their tneircrack tb theircrack lr
crack hardraok hIiDk bowler saw the two twoerebfcBd twoyus
erebfcBd yus jmilhs and gave kve them each a I Ia i ihm lt lthill >
hm and ud a be hat ot ofIM fine cigars With that thatand thattile thatfid
and fid the ether tk swag theyd amassed amassedbi amassedbisight edbl edblN bi bioves
oves N footbail footbailpped foot bail
pped out that thatnight tbatTIIiII
night Tsjaf r UMdtT asnrtndol aGe4L et setting up pins pinswasnt Pinst pinsweset
wasnt t nice snsngii for em eM and started starteddie startedMfoII startedtk
MfoII tk W up die races Thats naat where they theyth tbeyctht
its set ctht or the th story of the great match matchsaid matcheoaoat matchr
r ft1Iat said t the U colonel Interestedly Interestedlyand tereeted1
Tei5 and that put It n 4o o the th Proba Probation Probatwo Probalion ¬
lion park psopls t is provide proi4 two more morek 1IIoreCOIl morebOys
bOys k ys conUiMed COIl Ben Theyd heard of ofthe ofeerrur ofie
the corruptness eerrur of the other two so they theyrasfed theyriOat
rasfed a p Sunday school to get a pair tnat tnatw tnatilltraarrltt
w w straight They cot em ma a pair ut utoxeyed otox
ox oxeyed 1maoceat mnocettttooXJaff + chaps who whodidnt wbo4Jdnt whodidnt
didnt know enough to set up pins pinsstraight pins8tafctt pinSstreight
straight let alone stacking them for forStrikes fortltrikell forStrikes
Strikes StrikesThat tltrikell1ha StrikesThat
That t event f > nt put It up to the Ricky RickeyBinders Rlck RickyBenders y yBfnder
Binders in 1 invent Rome other way wa to towin towin towin
win DubbRy l1ubof whose e clever scheme or orhaving orhaying Orhaving
having the village blacksmith get t in the thecellar tbeeElIar thecellar
cellar ana an thump the alley under the pins pinswith pinswith pinswI
with wI t h his measured meas ured beat and alow won wonUie WORb wonthe
the b games at our alleys alt for us heard they thevwere the thewere theywere
were up u 0 > some deviltry and he deter determined fttermined determined ¬
mined to even thIngs tbI a 5 bit bitTheir bitrbelr bitThelr
Their scheme said Dobbs to me the thet thentaht thenight
night t before the great match Is undeuB undeuBedly undIMIeclly un4 ° of ofedly
edly to make the pins they bawl be at go godown goGown godOwn
down easy Now Im going to pat a Ut Utti IItfuh littie
ti tie game fuh through thatll that 11 make em go godown KVBut gudown
= KVI
down awful hard X XBut i iBut I
But you cant put spikes in em MIl as asthey asthey asthey
they did said d I Even green een pInboYs plnboyswould pInboYswould pinbOYswould
would tumble to that thatHe tbatH thatRe
He H waved MB hands In airy disdain disdainCome disdainCome In InCome
Come wtth me tonight saM he Til Tilshow rusbow ru ruihow
show you a trick with a hole in it It No Nospikes No1IPRe Nospikes
spikes no nails no glue no nothin Just Justone Jutone Justone
one of the triumphs trlunlp of science scienceSo IIClenceSo scienceSo
So that night nl < ht about U oclock we went wentover wentover ent entover
over to the Probationers clubhouse clubhousethrough clubhousetbronllh clubhousethrough
through the back streeets reeeta and found it itshut Itabut itshut
shut up save for a little game of draw drawupstairs drawu drawupstairs
upstairs u We knew theyd never hear baranythJq hearanything j
anything so we pushed pu ed a knife up be between be betWeen between ¬
tween the sash in one on of the back win windows WincIo Windews ¬
dews cIo slipped the catch and soon were fU fUthOM titby < u uby
by those arbiters of bowling destiny the theA tbeA thepins
pins pinsA
A biand new set had bee provided for forthe torthe forthe
the next night and to these Dobbs turned turnihte tun tunIIJ turnedhis
his attention With an awl he made a alittle aUWe ahUla
little hole in the bottom of each pin and anddrove 804drovtl anddrovh
drove in a piece of steel kntttln needle needleThis need needThIe needleThis
This he broke off flush with the pin hot bottom boltom hottest ¬
tom and no on one would ever know it was wasthere wasthere wasthere
there without he looked mighty ghty close closeTheres ckMex1Ielt closeTher
Theres Ther no cellar under the Probation Probationpark ProbationPIlrk Probationpark
park alleys and Dobbs next move was wasto wasto
to go outside WIde crawl under the bunding bundingwhich bu bufldlnwhich dIng dIngwblch
which is net on brick piers a Jl couple of oCfeet offeet offeet
feet high and fasten to the under side sideof sideof
of the alleys right rItr t where e the pins rest
a great big ma horseshoe magnet t i won wondered wondered ¬
dered what he had in the bundle he hebrought hebnMl8ltt nobrought
brought I found out ou then thenThen thenThen
Then he came cametook up took his awl and andpierced andpierced
pierced the thin strips in the center of ofeach ofeach 0reach 1
each spot where each eac pin sets setsthe Wh Whthe Where
the oaRs Ita roll the alley bed is thick but butthere battbere butthere
there Its ft thin and after an hours H quick quickwork quiCkwork quickwoekL
work woekL I helped him himwe we had the twenty twentylittle
little holes all in No one c c < raid see seewithout > em m mwithout
without he got down on his knees and andlooked andlooked andlooked
looked Then he set a a pin on a spot and andtold andtold
told me to pick it up 1 I did but it was waslike waalike
like taking a cork out of a bottle bOUiethere bOUietherewaa there therewas
was a resistance that showed me that thatyoud tbatyoud thatyoud
youd have to t hit every pm with a ball ballto baJlto L
to knock it down downThatll clownTh
Thatll Th tlJ be about right eh l said be heand beand
and even In the dark I could see a a radi radiant radlant ¬
ant amlle on his face Thatll about aboutbring abOutu aboutbring
bring home the money wont it itBut Itnut
But u mI said I IIII IIIIIDt = this makes IDt fJUItt it just as ashard IIbard
hard for forboth both of w 1M Hadnt you thought thoughtof
of that Where is our advantage advantageHush MatapHush advantageHush
Hush said he No childish cblldlllh ques questions ClUesti4mII ¬
theta Thats That another story Go home homei homeaDd homeand
i and go Urbed UrbedWhen tobecLuWbea tobedWhen
When the great night came the alleys alleyswere alleyswere alleyswere
were Jammed Ja med The Ricky Benders must musthave musthave
have hit upon some great scheme to make makesure JDkenn
sure to win we thought dM uaht for they came cameout ea eaout cameout
out with their money like it was waste wastepaper wutepaper wastepaper
paper They put up fives flv and tens and andtwenties alkltwenties andtwenties I
twenties as though it was w a getrich getrichquick trleh trlehquick
quick gam gamI geueI I1e
I have an abiding faith in I Dobbsy Dobbsygained DobbIIYpined Dobbeygained
gained from long experience but I con confess oonra ¬ S Steas
teas their confdence kind o Jarred jarroedI me meI meI
I hadnt said a word about Deebeys Deebeysgame DGI DGIgame
game to our other fellows and < they theysmelted ue ueelled theysmelled
smelted elled a a rat when they saw w how eager eagerthe eagerthe
the Benders nden were to get their money moneydown mo modown
down and held aloof a alopt t It was only when whenthey whentlaey whenthey
they got odds of 6 to 3 and so on on that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the RIcke lackeys were soon offering that they theytut tbeyput theyput
put tut up r a ar any amount of money moneygame
r Dobbs came to DIe just before the thelll thtganis i
game lll and gave ve me the wink winkIts WInkIt winkIts
Its It all right said he Ive got their theirgame tbfIrgame theirI
game spotted 1I and they dont know Im Imalive ImaUve I
alive ru be o under the pins > ln8 running that thatmagnet thatma11et thaimagnet t
magnet so dont start a fire up here hereWhat hereWhat
5 What Is i itr It said I L Any more bel belI bellow8 beltows
tows afrangesoenta gement gementYou
I You know I told you bow they pushed pubedthe pushedI I
I the nossle of a big bellows through the thej thee thiI I
j side e of our > Uey rblew and blew the be pins down downour downBeDows dowifor I
for strikes fn our r last game gameBellows
Bellows BotmV said Dobbs bb Theyve Theyvegot They Theygot TheyviI t
got ten boys armed with pea shooters on onthe onthe orthe I
the roof Each boy II has a particular pin pinto pinto pitto
to cover covertheyre and Just as a JUe1 Riclley y man n rolls rollstheyre Ir I
theyre to shoot Its a good game 1lW only onlyfor OBI OBItor r
for my magnetised pms The peas will willpass willpass I
pass em by like the idle 141 wind Bet all allyou aUyou atyou I
you nst nt < < and a ad put this up for me at the theprevailing theprevailin i
prevailing odds and he passed over his hiswhole bi biwhQle hiswhole S iS
whole roll milI rollI
I R got < > t it all down before we wq were werethreuKh werethn m
wormI
through thn uh practicing aad the litekeys litekeyssmelted UlckeysoM Itickeysmelled I
smelted a rat then too Xhey went down downaad down1m t tand
and 1m looked the pins pin over Aajd sd Stump StumpSpllrteby StuMPSpUnaby Stutotr
Spllrteby tried to do business bal with one of ofthe ofthe ol r
the new pin boys He winked at him aad aadshowed ancihow am olI I
showed how him a twospot in his hand 4 The Theboy Theboy Thiboy ami i
boy had to be shown but when Stump Stumpand St1UDPand Stumiand
and Situ Stryker had put him next he hedrew hedrew hidrew
drew himself up and said saidTake sahlTake saIdTake
Take back your gold I shall never neverpollute neverpollute novelpollute
pollute the hands of the leader of the Mix Mixpah MizIah Hispah
pah Bible class cl I spurn your vile offer offerStump otrElStump offerStump
Stump began frothing at the mouth mouthThey mouthThey mouthThey
They thought hed have a fit and it took tookfour tookfoar toolfour
four drinks to put him right Sim Stry Stryker Stryker Stryr ¬
ker was In such a dame he put up for the thedrinks thedrtnks tb tbthinks r
drinks another thing before unknown unknownHank
unknownC
Hank Hedpta called SpUttsby down for forapproaching to toapproaching C I
I approaching the pin boy and finally Dea Deacon Ioacon Deacon ¬
con Brown of the Probation batbn Park clubs clubsboard clubsboard
board of directors agreed to act as um umpire UJnplre ¬ I
pire pm at the pins and see that all urnS was wasstraight was8trallrbt WLstraight S
straight straightThe
The Tb very first ball Slot Im Stryker threw threwdown tbrewdown thre thredown S I
down showed the respective re = r merits of ofDobbs DfDDbbtI o
Dobbs j jhit I and the RIckeys His ball ballhit halt
hit the head pin and plowed right rightthrough riaMthroullth righb t
through leaving three pins ina up on each eachside eaclI b
side A perfect rainvf rain Of f peas hit the pins pinswe pinswe pin I I
we couldnt see of course from where wherewe wberewe whenwe S
we were and the green pm boys thought thoughtit
it was wpart part of the game But a big green greenpea een eenpea
pea bard as a bullet glanced off otr greesS the thehead thebud tb tbC S I
head pin and hit Deacon Brown on the theend theend tb tbe C
end of the tb nose DOS When be recovered he herefused b e
bI
refused to act any n more as umpire and andthe andthe am amthe I I
the RickeTs Rtck Y8 rejoiced for they thought thoughttheir thougbttheir thoughtheir
their game was surely safe from detec detection detection ¬ I
tion tionBut But they theyweft were pwzxled that they didnt didntsret didntKet dldn dldnU t
get more pins When we changed alleys alleysthe alleYsthe alleythe U I
the same things happened happeJaedtJle the balls they theycarefully theycarefully the V Vcarefully
carefully delivered plowed right through throughonly throuAhonly throuhonly
only taking three th or fear pras ptft8those those dl directly dlreNly dlmeetly ¬
rectly in contact with the hall QliUaftd hellandknew and I Iknew Iknew
knew Dol Dorbays > b ys magnet was working The Thepeas Tb Tbs Tbpeas
peas s flew fI w down In a shower at each shot shotand shotand shotand
and toe pin boys got plugged Severn Severntimes 1IeeratillK
times with ith the clancing lan ng pellets pell t seversa It was wasno Wa Wano a
no Joke and they slapped themselves uIvthouh as asthough a athough S
though hornets were at em emOf emO
Of O course we w were Just rolling < our ourregular ourregular ou r
regular game gamea a strike now and then and andn an anFL outi ti
n split 1q 1lL and missing a couple of spares spare spareframeso a aframe aI
I frame trameso so if they th r d been able abl to do any anything any ¬
I thing theyd kept with us They made madestrikes made madetrlkco8 anye e
strikes < a couple of times when they hit hitem hItem hi hicur t
em just right an anl a few onepin spares sparesBut sparesBut spareBut
But where they had to depend on the car carrominK carromln
routing romln of a pin onto another the car carromed carromed carrouted 5
romed pin 1 ln did it its part but the earromee earromeeIHCCUW earromeeCUIM caryomeense
IHCCUW CUIM the phrcse ph phraseJust Just refuseto reins e6 J lay laydown layclown Ia
down It was great to see them6s them wild wildeyed wlldeyfd wildh r
eyed and anxloxra about the s wventh wventhk wvenths h
k
I1
s
frame when we had em about a ut 190 1 pins pinsnd
I and nd were re still gaining galnlnI
Just about the beginning lrlnnh of the eighth eighthwhen
I when we were bsjinrlng b Pnrillg to count over overour OYerI overour
our money in our minds there came the thesound tbesound thesound
sound of a disturbance somewhere > There Therewere The There Therewere
I were re shouts and thumps and yells ens and andsnarls aDdsnarla andsnarls
snarls and nd the wild meows of f a soared soaredcat red redI
cat at and then we thought we could hoar r
I the th growls of an enraged enra dog Every ¬
body y paused for a minute
I Its nothin said Deacon con Brown Brownsauvely BrOWftsauve Brownsauvely
sauve sauvely A dog do has probably tably chased ch a acat aJ acat
cat at under the alley aflOY They Jy often doK doKo d dI do ft
J I o
I I r JOHN Sacred if FRANKLIN to i the Mem t Memory DOBBS DOBBSCut of o 1
Cut Down
I I While bU he was striving for the fin financial ¬
ancial betterment of mankind mankindThat
That inscription done on a neat little o I
headstone bea tone in an Ivyf IVcQvered overed corner of th tw
Ryevtlle graveyard l saw before me memy and andmy
my hair went up on end nd as the thought ot
Dobbs the barrier between a yelloweyed yelloweyedon
cat and skioodtbirsty dtblr ty dog and lying at aton
on his back in the dark under that alley alleycame aHeycame
came Into my mind I had just bowled bowledand bowlecland howledand
and I ran out the front door oor of the club
house turned the corner and raced down
the outside of the alley to the rescue ue of ofmy ofm I
my m friend friendOuch rrfendOucb
Ouch Take him off Help were weresome wereIIOme
some of the cries crl that spurred m ma on onThe onTbe
The noise had attracted more than the
bowlers attention It bad drawn every
doxin dog In Probation Park to the spot even evenu
l as Dobbsys magnet drew the pins pinsI
Just as I reached the end nd of the alley aDe aDea
I II a head was w poked k8d out It was Dobbs Do I I
I Hatless Hatl his coat I
torn to ribbons his out
I tag shirt in fragments and clinging to t his j I
breast a big b bviciously black cat he was striking
viciously at atstaggering a cIoun anarIl snarling lt pupa and andIItsggering
staggering to his hi feet A big Newfound ¬
land dog had nearly all of the left tt troaser
leg In his mouth and a a noble St Bernard Bernardwas Be1dwas l
was choking on the patent buckle of the theyellow th thyellow I
yellow l1W silk 1It garter that held up the sock sockon eockOR sockon
on the other otherFour otherPour otherVour
Four welldirected kicks and the theretired tberetired dogs
retired snarling The cat t still clung To to
Dobbsys breast I made a a motion to totear totear
tear it away
No almost shouted Dobbs pushing
me off Go and bowl Its our only onlychance onlchance
chance to win I left the magnet turned turnedoff tamedott I
off
offColonel S
Colonel Dobbs will be president some lIO 1 1day
day or the greatest financier in the world worldor aridor orid
or something Even in that terribly terribl bit ¬
ten mauled messednp state he never never1000t
lost thought of the main idea Ideato to win Wt
Go and bowl said he Then come
back backThe
The noise we had made hadnt at ¬
tracted any any attention for above the ad advisedly advisedly ¬
visedly loud rooting of the Rickey Bend Benders Bender Bendore ¬
ers you couldnt hear anything but 1 ut a few fewstray fewstray
stray yelps yelpsI
I ran in just in time llle to take my turn t
My X worst fears were realised The noise
hadnt distracted dl tracted the Rickeys any an and andwith
with the help of the peashooter battery
they had put up five tt straight strikes Our Ourboys Nrbo <
boys bo had all made breaks and they were werepulling
pulling < up fast fastI
in I missed a spare in my agitation and
hurried h out It t = was wa then Jn the Ie ninth Ot frame
Strike I heard he rd the umpire shout as aa81m
Slot Striker my y opponent threw his ball
down the alley
The excitement was intense but I
dashed back to I Dobbe The dogs were wereto wereStill
Still In a 1IIa mam barkil barking lid snarling and
to my surprise 1PIiM Dobbs was baiting them themwith themwith
with the cat cat1W catswinging swinging It to and fro and andspitting
spitting < and meowing like a great cata catamount catamount ¬
mount himself himselfAlasT blmeeltAJu
Alas I said Id the t strain has ha been too toomuch tooml
much ml h Hes H mad
But he wasnt wasntSee W8III1tSee wasntSee
See that ladder r he shouted point ¬
log to on one leaning against a nearby
fence f ence Put It against oat that toot
7 1 did as I was bid and the nomt p 4nt of
th t he f ladder Iad struck the eaves Yes rl right over overour
our o ur beads beadsStooplmr headLooplIg
Stooping ooplIg down Doves moved 1paO tb the cat
before b efore the dogs O once more and nd then threw
It with all his force up on the roof
Goodby he shouted as the dogs d
sprang s forward Im going home And
he h e was away
I watched that cat catch herself on
the t he gutter and spring 1IIIr up tall swelling
back b arching eyes biasing blast Th The next in instant ¬
tnt 5 a dozen dogs were scrambling tum ¬
bling springing and crawling up the lad ¬
der t I turned and ran sack to the front
door d oor and into the alley It was the be benning
I s inning of the last frame I and I was
due d ue le
We ii DIy ° > S pt < em m eleven eleveawalled pins pinswailed
wailed Tom To Thumper Roll as you nev never lleVer aevm ¬
er e m rolled before beforeThere beforeThere beforeThere
There wa was a faint sound of a com commotion COlDmotion cornmotion ¬
motion above the shrieking of the Rick Rickys ¬
eys e ys rooters roote as I rolled the first St balL It Itwas ItW8 Itwas
was a strike strikeSam strikeSam strikem
Sam Sam m Stryker sent ent a ball whlssing
down the alley aUe and turned to walk away
It I t was not a strike ball but he h depended dependedon
on o n the pea nea shooters Alas not a pea 4
new The pins stood ap tnllte8C f fpeas f fpeas
peas there were now yells e11a and andami anda heels heelsand
and a squalls uan as clearly cl discernible discerniblethe 4IJ eern from
tbe t he roOf as they bad been before hIlL
the floor floorGway floorGway I IGway
Gway a youthful voice shrieked
Hes He bit me Glttottt OlttoutuTMn GlttoutThen I IThen
Then there was a yelp and a loud
thump t The Probation Park Parknricked people peoplepricked
pricked ap thetr ears ts sad the Rletlte71 Riekey
Bend tend five looted guilty Stryker mssjid had >
his s spare spareHelp
sHelp Help came ca a faint shriek from the theroof I
roof Scat you devil I recognised the thevoico thevoice
voice as that of the th heir apparent re1It of the
Spltttsoy throne and so did he lie and looked
like a bale stick ad be about the boys hoysportion boysportion
portion portionWell portionWell portionWell
Well colonel no n more pens flew we weoutbowled weoutbowled weoutbowled
outbowled ana 1e1 outlucked ou ueked em in that final
frame and won by T twentysix pins They TheyProbation
fairly ran away after tile game and rae
Probation Park people turned out outwhat to towhat me mewhat
what the th trouble had been on the roof A
broken ladder a bag of nreen peas and andsome DellIOIIle andseine
some tin tubes were all they found fo If
theyd 4 ajooked Iooked In Iks e nit t when ts Ole pins
pinst
fall theTd have ve found the skates sthe 8sthepe sthepeas ua uapeas t
peas pe all right t but as we won I Mtat Mtatmake t i imake
make any an exposure exposureI exposureDobbs
I met Dobbs at the dub house b and be bewinked heS
winked wink as well as he could with four fourstrips fouratriSs S
strips 8tri of court QCMI plaster msklns aklag a barred barredwindow berredwinow
window of his face as a I handed Mm a aLeave aroU a aroll
roll twice as big as hed given a me aDd aDdwtthbgerbiflIftlL
WIth wtthbgerbiflIftlL wtthbgerbiflIftlLLeave MDi It ItLeave
Leave It to me when hen you want a atrick atrick a atrick
trick turned umed said be 1 1 thought I was a agoner agoner a agoner
goner when that cat came in first but butwell butwell
well right will triumph in the end thats thatsalL that thatalL t
alL alLIts
Its nice to have Jaa right rl < ht on your side sidecolonel S Scokiel
colonel but Id rather have Dobbs Let Lays s
drink on the victory YIctwyctpnatt Cincinnati En Enquirer Itaquirer Enquirer ¬
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ITALIAN ITALIANSon EDITOR EDITORTfftJMPED EDITORTfftJMPEDSon TRJUljPE TRJUljPESon
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Party PsatyRome PMtJNov PartyRome
Rome Nov H 1The The c caapaa j p < t i which whichDeputy wild wildDeputy lch I
Deputy Furl editor ot f the tIIeeoekJJ todalist todalistpaper tpaper Sochelkipaper
paper Avanti has been carrying on onfor I Ifor
for some time against A the present cab cabinet cabI 0111 be bein ¬
inet in t which practically caused use4 the suj sujdde nV nVcide I I
cide of Minister of Finance FtnDeeNov RessINov rfnnnsii rfnnnsiiNov
Nov 8 at his home in Naples especial especially ¬ I Ily
ly l y attacking Senator Roux as the friend friendof frienCof
of Signor GiolitU proprietor of the I
Tribniia the leading government govenmaeDtrsan govenmaeDtrsanbad organ organhad
had an outcome today tooa la an assault assaultmade anaultmade assaultmade
made by Rouxs son on Signor Ferri
The former asked the t e latter tter if he did didnot didnot dkthink
not think it was time to mind hs htsbusiness own ownbusiness ownbusiness
business and Ferri simply shrugged shruggedhis blUCPdbls 1 1his
his shoulders whereupon young Roux Rouxrushed RouxrUBhed t trimbed
rushed at him The deputy deput struck his hisassailant hltattINl1ant hisassailant
assailant on the nose with 1th a cane pro producing prodUdng producing ¬
ducing a violent hemorrhage hemol rbae Young
Roux however still attacked Ferri and andpummeled andpummeled ant antpummeled
pummeled him severely until they were wereseparated wereseparated uenseparated
separated by the police and spectators spectatorsHer apeetatoraHer spectatorsBer
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The athletic authorities of f the th Vni Vniversity rDivenltty Unirsity
versity ve rsity of Pennsylvania have derided that thatJoseph thatJowepb thaiseph
Joseph Jo seph Ztiltgan is entitled to play pla up upthe upnn upnnthe ° > ii iie
the th e football toot ball eleven of the unlversit > 118 118be ashas s sbe
be has taken the necessary oaths of ama amateurism lmateurism < amaurism ¬
teb teurism te and that no testimony tfJIIUmon ha h liis betu betubrought 1fi1broupt beurought
brought b forth to show that his affidavits affidavitswere affitllllsere
were we ere re not in accordnoe with the tot totWhen taNWhen TaCtshen
When W Wca hen the row over XUIIlgan eligIbIlity o eligIbIlityme > ltgMHtycame Ugli > fltty flttycame
came ca me up the sporting editor of The Her Herald H Herd r raid ¬
aid ai d was telegraphed for nfnrmation con concerning conerDing eonrning ¬
cerning Co rning the player and western wMltt > rn aJttnt aJttntuf agontaf Knt Kntof
of o f eastern eastt > rn colleges were Wl sent nt about to toarcertain toaf tosecrtaitt
arcertain af a < rtain if anything could uld be learned de derogatory dco dvgatory ¬
rogatory ro o to him himOne
One On of these h miatter l latter < approached epproa < h Harry J
E Ins lanky ley who was president pftIhl nt of the th > Den Denver Dfnver Denet ¬
ver v et Vh Vheol h l club when ZUUgan pla playc1 > vrt up upon upon UPn ¬
on o n the football team and who had dlrot dlrotcharge direitharge lr1tha
charge c ha of all the mon money + > y paid on in sup supporting supporting suprting ¬
porting po rting that team Mr r Insley a 8fBUrrt 8fBUrrtthe aseurtathe Mircd Mircdthe
the t he agent that there was no record ex extant fOXtant cxut ¬
tant ta ut to show that any player play r hud hu ever everreceived evereceived tr trrecelvfd
received r a cent ent for playing on the eleven fh elevens vfn
As A s far as Mr Ztlligan ZIJ1i an was concerned h hs hsad
had h ad just one thing thtn to say and that was wasthat
that t as far as he tMr Mr Insleyt kn knew w Mr Mritligan
Zilligan ZU1 Z an was the lily whitest amateur amateurthat amatpureV1r
that t ever went to a big college That Thatended Thatnded
ended e the western investigation into Mr
ZilUgans ZU Z fan standing The report of th the thAPenDSIahia theennsylvania
Pennsylvania P athletic < committee on the tb thenvestlgatlen
Investigation i made on five players pia who whohad whoad
had h ad been protested by different tnstitu lMtituUons Iflitituons
tlons ti ons j1f as follows followsWas tollowsW followsW
Was W a Student of Utah TTtabZUUgan UtahZilligan t tZllUpn
ZUUgan was a student In the prepara pieparaorY ¬
tory t orY school affiliated afnJ tttd with the University Universityof rnlv r lty ltyof
of o f Utah A team was made up of stu stuents ¬
dents den d ents l in the university universit and preparatory preparatoryschool prfpJ1ratonRchool preparatorychool
school s which styl styled d itself the university unhettfootball universityootball
football f team Zllllran an < played on thin thinteam tbl tblteam thiseam
team t eam in virtue of his having matriculated matriculatedin c1 c1t
in the preparatory school Our athletic atbletioCommittee athleticommittee t i i1efelTe4
Committee C t = ca has decided rddc that the th rule ul above abovoreferred abovefereed
referred re fereed to was never intended to apply applto applyo
to t o persons not students In any college CO C Cunlendty or oruniversity orniversity
university u who through the laxity of < th thrules thrules the theuler
rules r of the Institution in question have havbeen bll haveeen 8
been b een permitted to play on a team pur puras purportfne purrting
portfne po rting to represent It it We regard thlll thlllas thiss
as a s a fair interpretation of the rule in inquestion inqueatiofi inuestloh
question q and see no reason to differ differfrom 41U 41Ufrom differrom
from f rom the opinion of the committee committeeAfter committeeAfter committeeAfter
After quoting the oneyear residence residencerule raddenieule dnt dntrulf
rule r ule and interpreting its meaning me at atlength atleqtb atength
length l the tribunal takes up th the charge chargeagainst ebargtaplnst chargesgainst
against a Zllllgan as follows followsTurning mllowaTurnl followTurning
Turnl Turning to the charges of profession professionalism protonall amIon amIonlism ¬
all a alism m made against Zilllgan we find findthat tlndthat findhat
that t these charges were called sailed to the theattention tbefo thettention
attention a n of the e university committee committeelong committeeong
fo fon oh
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long l ong ago They were careful to write writeto writo
to t o men of standing in the neighborhood neighborhoodfrom
from fr f rom > m which the rumors emanated te4 re requesting rtQUfsting reuesting ¬
questing q a careful investigation The in investigators Invetrtlpton inestigators ¬
vestigators v took up the matter matt with an anevident anevident anvident
evident e bias bi against the athlete but Were werable werltable Wereble
able a ble to learn nothing entitled to rank rankabove rankabove rankbove
above a mere hearsay hear a and gossip gossipZflliffaa IrPZUUpn gussipZilligart
Zflliffaa Makes Kak Afidavit AfidavitZilllgan AAkritZlntsan AdYttZilligan
Zilllgan however at his own instance instancemade hultantemade instanceade
made m ade a solemn lemn statement under uftd oath oaththat oaththat oathhat
that t he has never Be r either before or sin sinentering sineDteriq sine sinetering
entering en tering the university un1et engaged tor tormoney tnrJDODey troney
money m oney in any athletic competition wheth whether whethfor ¬
er for a stake or a money prf prfare prige e or a ae aiare
are e of the entrance fees or admission admissiononey a41Dllilli1Ioney adniuisimnoney
oney or has taught or engaged en I la any anyathletic 1 1atbletic
athletic a exercise exerci e or sport as a means or orlivelihood 0 orvelihood r rlivelihood
livelihood li or has at any time received receivedfor recelfI1tor s sor
for f or taking taldn part In any athletic sport or orcontest r rcontest f fontest
contest c any pecuniary gain or emolu emolument emoluJIIent eniohierit ¬
ment m erit whatever direct < t or indirect indirectThe indlnoctThe indirectThe
The recent case of Cutts at Harvard Harvardwas Harvctrofwas Harvarlas
was w as called to his attention and he wan wanwarned wa wawarned wasarned
warned w that he must not place the com committee committee cootittee ¬
m mittee ittee in the position po ttlon In which whichlaced bkb Cutts Cuttsplaced Cut CutIlace4
placed p laced the authorities at Cailat Cambridge J1cIee ii iinevertheless Iirteverthelea 1 1 e eevertheless < >
nevertheless d persisted In Ms statements statementsand ataenand t S Snd
and a nd made the affidavit as above stated statedUnder tat d III IIICoder ender
Under t nder the circumstances the university universitymmittee unlver universityommittee lt ltmmlttee
c mmittee > had no alternative except to totteve I Ielieve
belt b tteve the th statement made ade by Zilligan ZilliganIn ZlIIl Zilligasn l1 l1ht
In I n the absence of anything any thine entitled en ted to torank t traaIt tank
rank r as evidence In contradiction of his hisstatement hisetatement histatement
statement s tatement we are of opinion that It would wouldhave woultihaft WOUitav
have h av been grossly Improper for fo the com committee commltw cornittue
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