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With Htn; Veteraaa Taclnf Him, Tans
Are Tearing' Presidents to
Turn in Victory.
^perlal to The Tnte! .'gen. ?r.
Morgantown. W Vn.. Nov ?h.?"I'ats'
Sl"*ars will lie nothing ><.? than a
"?>1 tract* Man" If hr < an whip the squad
which returrteil here today a* noon from
Nee Brunswick. N. .1., into shape fot
the important struggle w.:h Washing*
ton and .Jefferson i'a!Iv;(> on Thanks
giving l>>?y : ere. The robust 'Vjrslty
mentor * undertaking a gigantic' task.
while Wear Virginia fr.n* have
great confidence in h.s ahili'y. hot *
s'ng.r person expects the M'l'.m'*? Itieers
t'i turn a victory over Karl "(Jrcnsy'
N'eale s undefeated I(.?d and Itla k tita
t: is asking too mu? h of Spears to
tinn out a form.dab'e aggregation in
hi* Tirst ve.tr here when lie only had
a handful of experienced men and not
* P'OP school star of any mportance.
On the other hand, when Neaie took
cnarge of ti>* coaching re.ns ?t, the
"Kittle" Washing1 op 'net notion, he had
such stars as t'ap'aln Stein. K'-ttv nlinka.
N'eat. I'rook. Vines. Kri ksoti. West and
Mcfjiughlin from which to mould his
eleven, and such outbuilding prep
school stars . s Weider'iuls* Hasista and
Kop' lri other words. NeaIs felt hell
to a much tie that. w?uM del ght the
hr.irt i f any vouch. while Spears saft
no'hitig tiu" * few "leavings' and a
rcwd of your g s* or s. However, the
'Varsity boss has dorm nxoeptlminll.v
well this year, and while he tins not
performed anything unusual, those who
ma his l?arttnouth teams piny are pre
dicting there is a surprise :ti store for
\V anl J.
Clerer and Crafty.
Spears is just as clever and crafty s?
any coach in the country, end lie Is nol
going to lose a contest without put
ting up the gamestl kind ? t a fight.
Me i? not built that way. and being a
lighter himself, it is no wonder fviat
the Mountaineer* have turneil out to he
"tie of the scrappiest tenuis !n the east.
Anyone who knows anything tit a'l
.hi.tit football knows that It la pttuj
tit-ally impossible for a team to g<-t
natly for its most Important name in
j four hour* Itut that !s just what "
i Spears has to do. Kach game on the
| Mountaineer schedule for the past
? month has been of such Importance vba:
! ?'?);?? h Spears V.rx pot had the time t ?
I drill his men for the \V and J. guuic.
and now- he has only tomorrow nfim
j arid Tuesday afternoon to perfect
j a new offense and prepare a new d?
' fens* for the Thanksgiving; l>ay fracas.
I'thotich the team n!!| r|o well to h#
Riven a rest a ' dn> Wednesday. Spears
max n>c a part "f that dry to jlriish
uti iis work and put the finishing
1 touches ojr the job.
No Standing Room Tills Tea*.
Ti e S n. P. sign xx ill not he hung
: on ihe gates to the athletic lield this
. year, tiecau.se for the first t.me In the
history of the university the lield xx li
be completely surrounded by sea's.
I With the exception of one end. the Held
j is now a huge bowl, and the under.
jr-ndua'e* have dubbed It "Splinter Sla
j ilium." Work on tlie seats at one end
; of tlie n~!d xvas completed 'yesterday
This nexv stand Is heme built m take
,-iire of th*. early rush of ticket ?.v|,.
ers Ih's xveeU. Plrector Statxsbury de
f cidetl to build tlie new sections when
j it became known this mora ins I bat
every available seal already built had
i been sold.
The highest of the new stands Is
' twenty-aix tiers, while-the lowest Is
I thirteen tiehs hip!.. This insures the
larrest crowd .that ex'er witnessed any
athjeric event in Morgantown. Tiie re.-,
nrd xvns broken in IStJ, when it was
: necessary to build seats across otie end
| of ih"? field, but tin additional stntio
I with increased seating capacity at other
narts of the field xvili make it possible
j to accommodate four thousand more
j persons.
The "Splinter Stadium." makes i: im
, possible for the local athletic depart
ment to sel! standing room, as every
j inch of available space has been already
I used for the new stands.
I'h o.1c. Nor. 1L'" t'niv fruity o*
ln?.i s f' otball eleveiv^Pamplon ??f iht
wrslfni oonftrrni f >n>l of : Ho ni:?!<! f??
rti-5!, proved to b? the best scoring ir?.*t
chine in the big ten during l'.;e past *'?>
son. but in defensive ability. Ohio State.
\V1* opsin an?l i *i..'.it: x ail surpassed the
ti'ir winners on the basis i>,' figures
Ti e llawkfye*' scoring machine rroes- ?
J od its opponents goal lines m champion
ship jamos for a total of 1113 points,
ope <>f the best records made t?\ n o!k
ten" *enin since .Michigan's f.tmoti? ,
"point a minute'' eleven of years ago.
Wisconsin "as second In scoring ability
against the conference teams, but was
far behind lo?a. the Itndce,* totalling
v points. Ohio State was third with
jjoln's and fhlragn fourth with d7.
Ohio Leads la Defease.
t*n the defense, in eonfereni " games
strtrie. Ohio Sta'e kep' its g?>a! line *. fc
?n every canto hut one. Illinois alone
erosseii the >ttmWe>e line t-?r se\>vi
point*. Strangely, this touchdown am!
?r<>athe only ope scored against ohio
State was the only one s< oreii l>\ ftii
ims during the season tn a hi if ten R.itnv
Anil kept Ohio State on t of a tie Willi
I. \va for the championship.
Wisconsin. with ten p<>ir t? ?? i<-v I
against her in titular contents. ('lilia
with thirteen. ami l"w;: wl'h fifteen,
ranked next In ilefensiye ability. i n ? ii*?
ha si,- of statistics atone
The following table show* the games
won. lost anil tied by each team:
Won. I.ost. Tted. TV: ?
|o w ;i *1 tl I. iiftil
I >hir> State. I 1 II .?"?>
? "hiCHg" ....... 4 1 ?? S
Wisconsin 3 t 1 ,T..o
Michigan " t I thiT
Indiana I ?? 3::3
Minnesota . . . . " ??? ?? .3.13
t'urdre ....... ! 1 ? :'in?
111 i noi v ..... I i ?? .
Nnrtliwestern , . rt 5 n .iim?
t i
T.nf?T.r-V ) rillST.
T.insiy got the surprise of her iife
Saturday afternoon, when they Invaded
the League Vark gridiron to battle the
Mart::;' h'erry ht^h school eleven, am,
when they left tAe field In elvies attain
they were a downcast bunch. Kor the*
hail finished on the short end of a 20-0
s, ore. All scoring was done In the first
Llnsly'a failure to handle the hail
proves the downfall of the cadets. Thcv
were unable to do a thing, fumbling
x i ontlnually. and not heir.g able to hold
the opposing Jine. while Marschner or
Mackin tried to punt. The defeat was
a blow to the follower! why are hop
'ng a better show ing will I e made
ajtilr.st Shadyside academy Wednesday.
Little comment need be made on the
Rethsny-\Vesleyan game. Bethany wrs
too good for the Methodists. That is
all that need be said. They tore the
?me to pieces at will, raced around the
end*, bucked through the opposition,
and had splendid Interference. It wai
a crushing defeat for the Methodists as
?bey bad hoped' to nt least score
a touchdown to wind up the season.
They made but one first down, how
ever. and that was a luexy break.
The hold'ng of Trladelphla's little
eleven of t.'.e Magnolia eleven to a
scoreless tie. on the New Martinsville
gridiron was the biggest surprise of the
day. The Triad* were expected to be
beaten by ^t least two touchdowns and
went down the r!\er full of that Ides
but still more full of fight And lhay
'ought splendidly, even having the hall
In New Martinsville territory ail of the
l.v?t half.
The holding the Magnolias to a score,
less tie je more glorious than Wheel
ing's 6-rt victory on a fumh'e.
s is rx u - s jla d t s i ? a.
Another big surprise of Saturday wa?
the victory of Coach Arnold's eleven of
Shadyside over Slstersville. The game
was hard fought nn a muddy field.
Shadyside scored two touchdowns and
both kicked goals, while the visitors
v.e;e able to score but a safety.
a sx. laixx - Lnn: bp o o l.
Ha*' Liverpool. O, Nov. Iff. - Showing
a ,.p end Id repertoire rf football, the
Be ji-p high school te.im completely
outclassed the Raft Liverpool high
r'oven here yesterday afternoon. win
ning to n.
The Belmont county lads alternated
, A
between line p'unsintt and fcrwarfl
passes to ran tip ihrlr "our tMirhdown*.
smashing the iVriinih' tail's line almost
at wit! except in the thir.i quarter.when
Kast Liverpool demonstrated its best
tVellaburjf. tt'.Ta , Nov. CO.? The high
school football championship of (trooke
county will remain with Kollansbee
high school for another jear by reason
of it" victory yesterday afternoon o\er
the Welisburtc lilpli school by the score
of 7-1 . Front about two hours before
the same started up tir.tl! the final
whisti? blew, a drizzling rain fe'l con
stantly. Th? entire field was cover-d
with one inch, of water with the ti. op
tion of about twenty yards.
New Hrunswrh k. V. .1.. Nov. CP ?" West
i- ? ... ivith itutcers strength
here yesterday in order to wvf he;- mv:i
men for AY. ?y J. Thanksgiving !?;?> and
the result was fatal. Iluttters K?t two
I'm oh down p. liiitti h y lucky ? breaks. !-t
the -eeond quarter ami although spears
rushed In Ills whole varsity nt the start
of the second half. T'.utg?rs he'd tena
. ious'y to her lead and due to^? 11" yard
penalty even got In position for Sum
inerill to Kl.-k a field bob!. The final
score was 1T-T^
Morgantown. W. Va.. \nv. C'Y- The
West Virginia freslierren eleven closed
its season here yesterday afternoon h>
trouncing the Broaddus I'ollege eleven
2S to 0. Broaddus fought valiantly
through the four long quarters hut were
simply outclassed hv the heavier and
more experlem ed freshman outfit. Sat
urday's victory was the fifth straight
triumph for the l. ttle Mountaineer*."
Most of Hannibal's troops had never
sec.i .-now hvtore reaching the AlpA and
as a result were terrified.
j Wheeling or Bellaire?Which Will Win?
w *
Thanksgiving I'ny will find Wheeling t
and l'.ellaire II gh school footl-all teams I
buttling for - I lie n-. i>i? -nvli -1? of th- |
(?Iro Valley. It.-llalre lllch S'jliool li is
not lost a single gums tills season. arid t
las faced some very creditable teams,
in-lading the strong Mnr'itf Kerry I
elevun. t">f the two tennis. Ii appeals
that Wheeling lllgli has had tin? harder
-hedule. Including such teams as.
i 'harleston. > Iftrkersbtirg. Clarksburg i
ari-l l.insly. Wheeling was nosed out by I
the I'arkershurg train by tin? score ??'|
?"? t-t I!. Tills was the only game b>j*l j
i-y \\ heeling
To aii> person w ho ohii give any log- |
Ira! conclusions as t-> which team will j
win shall be presented the concrete flat- I
tt oii. Itoth tennis have j?I.*> ?? 11 tin- ?-? >n j
?ti?::i? typo of ganie nil through the
season. an>l the possibility of otty lie- i
parture from this course is very small.)
Hard to Compare.
It la very hard to compare 'lie?ei
teams, as tiiry have pluyoil different"
teams throughout the entire season, s--i
there ts r.o basis for comparing m-hps.
I>ellair<\ has scored many more lioitits
than \Vtiecl:i;g. ye! if Wheeling had i
played these same teams, tiiey mignt I
have scored even mote points. r.ntii I
'earns will weigh about the same, so
there will be no handicaps or advnn-l
tages there. |
Itellaite won from Martins l>rry. ami ,
Wheeling walloped Mnely. Itefcre the
l.lnslv game with Wheeling it vvss ni
more-i that l.iualy was cons'dernbly
stronger on ll-e offensive". which pr--ve.l j
to 1-e the case physically 1-ut Wl.eel'r-a'
was mere alert nicntitll?. which was
the cause of their victory, t'omparison
of football players before any game,
nrd more especially between "Wheeling,
et.d Kella're. would not belt) solve this,
mystery of which team w'M win.
The student bodies of bot h school*,
have hern practicing their football I
yells, an-i. as in years p.is*, the sciu-ula j
wi.'l *? x? ? 1.i!rheer leaders before the
mime. so i fiat each rli<Ti :ii,: section ii.ay
.!>??? t' "If >? i? i.<? n? ? n:' yell* 11" :> matter
?I" vportsman-l lie curt eip. llvrry sill- .
lent is I" imU to ho (.|i linritl Turkey
I*?iv for tii'.s ittiunat vimisrIi'. not to j
'?iv iit:j ihiiiR nlioiit the thonsnnils of j
a'uinn: of both schools. Tins ru'iih
\\'il ;iMr:ot more people this \oai than
'?ti any |.M'V!..iis \ear >..? aiive t.f ti.f
>' : y line a ? ? inmo.iatli ii.t".
As to Eesorvlnfr Seats.
The liell.'iiie management very kindly
lonvnt't] |.t furnish their entire sat '
? f bleachers numbering v.-1 e hundred. t
Tilts t??!I.c - !i'? total tiIIrn??? f t.f blench- I
??is i ti lit" Pit 1.1 !o Sfls.it ?! .Athletic Kield
ti|> to sixty-one hundred. r-v three thou
sand ? \. it hundred ii"if >ee:s tln.n
n it. t ier fmiii-iifl In fi t".
'I'lit.i s sspti's to lip some t!: ffet rncf of
? pinion between both p. It. tiv to re- .
n-ning ?r;its at an a it!??tonal charge,
an.l ii iit? ilr.allv do- hied to continue
tlif polit v of former >fintj niv) admit
the general p il>l:r iTr the mirill charge
of fifty .jittts to al! wuts f\' 'pt ti-e
cheering sr. tans. which w'.'.l hp re
served fvpff ally for tins students of
each school.
T'tf W In cling supporters are urged
?o occupy the bleachers on the mi-si
suit, of th? in hi. .i'ii! the Hrllliire root
ers mi till' ottst side I f ti:. t|e,.l. Til"
overflow hlfUfht iB have I rni placed at
the iioi III Mill of the field.
The flotfl was priii > i. ally dry last
even:nit. .itnl if "Old S.?!' ran score a
v irioi > nit-r ".lupiter flavins" tin' I ,
Tmir.Niln> a f lerto.on. ? i er ten thousand
people nil! v. i, ness otie of it." best foot
hail Raines ,n the hlsti-iv of both
Kemember fie prtre offered to fnnt
l.nl! dopi stars nttd send i o:r rent l'l
siolis to the sport itIE editor. Kt>r the
bpsf rtyieliiston of fit-.I mi t he Riven
n hands.'mo ci ncrrte g: i? j r. :i in a velvet
Now York. Nov. TO.?Harvard'* vie-1
?cry over Yale In the final of the j
football season'* "big three" meetings. i
: 1J stand as one of the greatest accom
plishments of all tb.e gridiron . Ian* that j
ha\e worn the crimson. Owen, half-i
lack. assisted by yunrterlsi k Hue'.!. I
turn^l tiie trick that left too illue oti
( the short end of a 10-2 acyje.
There whs every evidence he'ore the J
first kick-off that the t*rt mson was out-i
classed, Hn,j in the eVriy stapes of the
game. when Ahlnch and Jordan plunged ,
time am! again :.u through ?tlic Harvard |
tackles and center for sains an 1 first
?town*, this predicted Blue superiority;
scented to he proven. A fid it was so
later whet', with the wind against them.
t!ie Blue cot in trouble on ti.- kicking.1
hitt mar hed over Into ("rlmson terrl- j
I lory l?y the hulk of .lordan .ind the j
I determined plunging of Captain .Vdrlch
B iell the Hero
But In the '.utter stupe of the thiri! !
i T.tnrte-. Buell. who for two seasons J
1 tiad been tn the Harvard litie-'tp as ft'
general, standing off mot telling his
I warriors what to do, decided to carry!
{out personally one of his own Mr. is. i
j He did s.> In n splendid manner audi
I when he came t(> earth it was on Yale's I
I twelve-yard line. The quarter ended. [
and In the beginning of the next. Owen, j
the depen-Luble. plunged across with I
j the touchdown from which Buell ^1. Veil I
iron!. Yale tiled des;u?rny to take j
the lead'attain, httf Harvard's real de-?
' fenslve fight mailt* mot turv wm*
; hold. I-a'T I Vwon hooted a field
I trip tlrnl score in the J '?'. v
IXtrtnnouth Ben ten
<"nr?taln .7'm Robertson. of T"*nrt
mouth. on e of the sons.'f t stn:?. w \ s In
j jv>or form ivlicti hi* eleven was eon;
1 against Syracuse ami 1t n,i? part'.v l?e
j cause of his r*,nr r'intStig that the
was able to win. it to 7 Pwii
?in He'hlehetr. I'm.. 1 <?lx.ijet'e triumphed
over Ivehljrh. :?g to fi.
W. y. xt.'b Mistake
"Wen? Virginia under-estimated the
strength of Rutgers and started nine
BU'bstltitles agnltist them In the el-tsh
st New Brunswick. N. .1. Rutgers
scored two touchdown* in tho second
; quarter, and West Virginia, trying to
overcome the lead. ?*ent *'n its regulars.
Only one touchdown could they aceorn
oll?rh, however, ngn'iisf the T:*itger.s de
fensive and the final rore was 17 to 7.
* Brown eoneluded Irs season with ji
hard-earned 7-0 victory over ('"'gate Hi
Provide nef
Georgetown played listlessly against
Boston College ,n the early minutes of
the-r / a. b it ft. tight hard :.<iter nnu
wen 14 to 1.
Fast Dovm-State Baskctbcll Afrgreca
R-atlon Will Be VTell ItsprsBentefl
Tills Fall.
Kcvir W. Vt?., N". - v L'f The Koyser
t "nllen'.M lis will lit' 1m ti.e bn skot In 11
i mining *?rong ag.-.ln when they enter
their fourth season under the manage*
111'Ml Millke U. I.? t J? ? The opening
game w 11 he |<!nyei| -it t o Knights of |
I'xthi.is armory ;it on pem-mhof i
Hi with the York ltnl' i-i-n?leiit*.
ImT two straight Season* the Col-j
Ionian* ha vo mn'lo a w o?nl* rful terortl.
ami have loiiiurO among tl.olr \letlins .
so 111 o of too host loams of Maryland. !
West Virginia and reims-.!vanin. This
HP.'ison's lineup will to prneth-nlly tho
same as last, with the ' m option of
renter. that was orviiplorl hy llovt. n
towering >oungsior. In his plain* will
he Davis. wh<? Jumped .-outer for the
All-Star* enstorn ai.-gregnt.ori last year.
Davis oorrtos from tho south.
Moor, the son--atiof of l'< tomae State
will he in t'olleeian tor* acuih t;;hs..ii.
j Aril iir Sli'i'utu. l?v?*k<' Shaffer ?in<i
? *.! < in I ?*? ?inf r\ i\ lit ;ii.*o he nn the t'o!
Icftiutl tester.
l T! o Alpine A. >football eleven of
I the Side defeated the recently r r
I i: .?(iilr.nl t'tipld A. ?'. eleven. alxi of tin*
I South S;d<. yesterday nfternonn on the
I Twenty-sixth street piny grounds In a
j hard fought game by the score of 1?-0.
(.Mocks starred for the victors. The f??I
I i?.w:n;c was the lineup:
Alpines. Cupids.
I Carpenter I. 12 McCarty1
I I leu r.v 1- T . . ... Spifdel
J i a*??i?rn .i ?; smith
j Hoy t O .. t "iimmlns
i A tot' -us It " 11 a rd t
I Keenan I.'.T Ifines
leader K. II Y? rntillion
[ lllu/atd ^.i,' !: Kredrielts
,\r....;<s ?l if l"uet-*r
I Krntikn 1..1I Tappe
j Mi l-'adden ...... I**. II Tinner
KoOj} GoviAM
TUE BtfefeETD. "TVtfcM
Jtomn of our Hi"* ni"v!rj h??\T
weights arc gr>iri8 to il" <-nni? fast .side
stepping in the near future to avohl
matches with th? rittshurgh Wildcat,
Harry ttrrb.
This Greh person is a \rrit;?h|e hur
ricane He s about "Ire most difficult
proposition in the light-hea vyu eight di
vision. lim ine ri'> particular sl> le, r?
markahly fust ami aggressive lie is a
two-hun'led (iglitt r who never does what
V? ?? oxportO'l tn ^rt K\ orvthlnc I"
ilnos is wmnj II" is what is known
irt fisMi- riivlos :?s ".^>>4:." wkwan!
!y i-ldv?r, A n rl tho f ? thai ho has
loa'ori Hitntinn four t:?:;? s K ?< N'?rf"ik
Hattllrifc l.ovinsky. Mulikn. 1: -jr ;? n>t
\\ rlrpTi. altli'iieli ho is lift" n,than
;i n..IillfwoIkIit hiiosoif, ;ii!.sts In no
smalt moamir* to tlio v ?.f his luf
llint: siylo
I'ofsosjinl of nn ornlloss storo of on -
Uuiaii'-o, hv yarrios tlu j.^ht ulvng at a
trr:ff.i ??? M ro 'han nr* fiRMer h f
f< ??> ! htri?s??!f it,! > thinning that Hreh
? "iil'ia'l !.*>( t.'> ;tf llm |n<-? |ta
:??!>< i't tho llr?t 'tii'O <-r four munils.
1 Ht liarry m vr. n^or ami faster at tti?
ifl i5 than li.< at t ti ??
? Ire 1> "ill t (? rnafohorl to moot Hill
Itrennan n' 'I !"? rtotilit the winner
will moot Tom ' ili'l'oitji. Torn ami Harry
stioiil'l give tin- latin a mighty I tit t# fil
ing evening oi tirile intet In in num.
[k the Screen j;
' oPSport |
! 4
We!!. J promised to do it; so here goes.
It isn't iiri effc.it t ? ? pick A (I - American,
\!! - Eastern <r nry of that sort or hunk.
I is sitnplv mi effort lo pick t !if> b<st
non ! hitv ?? iccn in their positions .iri.l
omt-lle a tftin from then 1' tiny not
l'ii the greatest earn. Jnjt I'll t.ik" a
hatice on r (.gains' tti? Al!-Ainiii' an
;hat tho experts will se!?rt
Left Km! Klley. Not.r< Dame.
Left Tackle Keek. I'i in-et<n.
Left t.unrd -Baer. Prim State
?'enter- Stein, Pittsburgh.
, Light tLmril --Itedek. I'i 'vi suite.
Bight Tnrkle?Mciuire. < "il'-ago.
Bight lh:d Anderson. N>> re L>ame.
tjunrter- Killing*!'. I'enn State.
Light Half Cnxi'lhi. Jwf.itetle
Lett I Ta If? a "ast tier. Nntn I'aiiie.
Kill! Kenyoii, ileurgetow n.
I".\ en from the placers I have seen In
irtton It Is a iliflimilt task to select tin
!<", en host. St'-in I haven't seen tins
;iar, but after vvutchiiit; hi" work 1 ?~ t
iml seeing that he 1ms lmp"'i\ei| ratlt-r
than gone hark. I am imnpeMel tt? ,.?n
tiller him the best roving .enter I ever
;i\e si-en In action. i'onlinlng the
i holce to pl.'ivera seen this season, 1
v onid have to pick Wi'tner of I'rlnee
111n who. in spite of the f;?.? t they lia'l
to pin his !e< on two or three times In
everv game. was the tost I watched,
even roll nti tig h:? ha lain aps.
Keck ?t Tackle.
Keck I placed at tackle merely on l is
his allowing in the Harvard game,where
lie revealed |,is t.rue fct'oktllcsst. In no
other game ihla season lias he been hi
plivsi.nl shape t>> snovv what he coiiiil
do. and lie lost .-aste .nn -idem hi > in
?he I'lii.ago i.isfcle hecauHe of his at
toriipt to do two men h work against
tbc.r shift.
It is haul to judge |.y seeing a man
in .nisi one game, hut if I am not Imdlv
mistaken tlot man who on a create!
team vvnirh! be judg-a) tiie liesef of 'iie
eft tackles this ?e*.?on would he ."di -
stend of Unoash college This rangy,
rawhoned hoy is a football team by
himself and Ins work against Arm* w.i
etie of tiie best exhibit tons I over have
W II III sse UO loir \i i: j s .-?t i *;. ? no.
hi pieces and repei t ellj cradied thrnui i
llreldster and inter 111r'??ic!i <inrlris.lt
tun r>?al!v gtent players with tremend
0119 wnisht.
Hodek, i f Star, wi'iild he rry
choice for right guard. with t'larbisch
close up I 'lid n?? t yet In r'p Navy at
ti'il, 9n cannot ligvre their guards, nave
on tlir hearsay evidence. which Kites
tlirtn at least i.nd position.
1 have not seen a right tackle tin good
as Mciitnie nf I'liiinKi., the onlv real
Car StiiRit prrmttirii to do much shin
ing in the Princeton game MofJulU'
rot only '<n thai game hut on his sea
sons record must hr ratr.l as a leader,
and probably will be chosen as All
Ap.ert i Iiy the experts.
Anderson of Notre name, captain and
Ira.lei and Uirectoi of the versatile at
tack of i!:e Tnillnna hoys, would he my
first choice for the other end. He Is a
marvel i.f speed, has weight, hrlpht. can
throw. kick and run and he picks down
'i.rward passes as If picking grape? ISe
?uiteu that le |? n :. agnlflrent field
ieiuh r.
KilUnger a Groat Flayor.
I have seen more go>d <juarters thr.n
anything r'esr, hut there inn be no
dotiht In tn\ ml I'd that Killlnper of l'onn
State is the greatest of them all. It?
has ever; thing, dors everything and Is
super football p.ayep of the year. ' <
'.I* mu?t In t.> eliminate Don I.ourie ' i
ri<I of Yah-. (Tom considera- . 1
tfr.n o'Upud is a hard running lellnw, 1 <
? JI f!: ? ? I! i I I.i tin-;.If. hilt PVvtl so lie '
is not il.o I'i.ty. r 1 .ii.ir:.* was last season
initlor I - l.oupio w|i;.t iu> was. lie hud
a tough year. through injuries whh-h ? i
Rfj?: l:im out nf play and slowed *1n.
ii> ?la-i in* got IiaiU. ).nst year was
liis greet year: and this year he mil at
give v.av in klliit.ger. There are half'
.? do/eti '.'hern wi:!i i-iaims t<> greatness, !
hut KlHIiigep stands out '|
?'iar.ella < f Lafayette and '"astner of
N'i'I'h I tame, are my ? lad. fs for the liklf I
hark (.outii'iiH. At that I raine near i
iia't:::itr < .ajtells's running mate. Brun-i
ta r. for tin- oil:, p position. |ie sdenis
to me more fh.shy and showy than reli- j
able and f..p Hint reason I prefer t'avt- I
pep whose kh-klng nl?o eounts heavily I
iti his favor.
'lie toughest position of all to pick is.
? f Hi.; .-k. The fulls of this season,
r: 11 are not n|> lo standard or the!
stars are not pla-'ed in 'h it position. J
I'.-rh.i p* tf.v are . vet shadow ed hv the!
other ha. ks and tne constant shifting I
of position' in the h.iekheld give* them
les. l an a. The t.-atrs possessing a '
s'a r liter op a 'tar half (a* most of.
them 'lot use htm to the exclusion of I.
others. My . hop e would he kenyon of j
n. whose wop), has been con- I
t. nl)v great. Kn.'hh of Penn State. I
desert es a good word, at least, and tiie. |
IV n Stale followers ran put up a!
Mi. its argument In l is favor.
I v. ?? most Intensely d!?nppolnted I
over the showing . < f Oeorpla Tech's |
niu.'h touted end* in Heir game with
i'l p.': state The brothers were touted
III the skies hut eotilil not get ftivjiy
with anythlr.tr against I'enn State.
There i? another youth who deserves
a hit more than rnsup. I mention In the
inei.p. r'. cardless of the fart that he Is
on a had team. That is Rank. of Rut
gers. lie N a great p'ayer. a player
wrs was fighting when there *eem*d to
he no flirht In his team. Karlv In the
? .
nason he was thrown while running
ilth the ball and a stick was drivel :
hrce Inches into his groin. He recov? ;J
?red. started again and hurt a leg, then
il? arches broke down. In spite of
^ h it ii he got back into play. That fel- _ :?B
oiv, playing on a splrlfless team (with ' r*
en exceptions), deserves a D. S. Q.
Th?r? Are Dosena.
There are others?Slinson of Prlnce
.on. for Instance, who was on hie way '
o a place In the football spotlight when ?
le was wrecked In the first play of the
i'ale game. There is Mo hard t of Notro
Dame, one of the greatest of forward
lassers and a corking man; there in v|j
Kritz Hreldster of Artny, who was put
jilt of the contest by a bad leg. French
>f Army, undoubtedly would be ranked
jp with the leaders if he had not been
:ripnled most of the season. Hufford
:>f Penn State; Ftaslsta of Lafayotte?
there are dozen of them, but we started
irly to pick the ones who looked best'
when we watched them?and further ,
than that no one ought to go. T'nless
we want to get a consensus of opinion, '
and even then there would be a thou- "5J
sand arguments never settled.
(Copyright. 1P21, The New Tort
Evening Mail.) ?
President Mentor Bees Hard Struggle
With Mountaineers Thursday at
Morgan town.
Special Dispatch to The Intelligencer.
Washington. Pa., Nov. 20.?"I want to
warn Washington and Jefferson players
and adherents that the 17 to 7 defeat of
West Virginia at the hands of Rutgers
yesterday does not Indicate by any
means the strength of the Mountkin
ers." said Head foach "Greasy" Neale
on his return here today from Ne#
Urunswirk, where he scouted the south
erners as part of his preparation for w. 1
and J.'s battle with the Morgantown
team next Thursday. The Red and
Plaek mentor went on to say that West
Virginia had saved out a big nupiber of
Its first string until the last periods,
keeping them intact for the Presidents.
He figures that the game on Thursday *??
will provide the hardest struggle the
Presidents have had this year, believing
that West Virginia will be battling
desperately In a final effort to atone for '
previous setbacks. * .
Wheeling Lodge 28, B. P. 0. Elks ! J
. I
Wednesday Evening, November 23
Featuring \
GraFs Orchestra of Punxsutawney
All Elks Are Cordially Invited to Come and
Enjoy a Pleasant Evening
> "
"Better Clothes For Less"
For Your Suits When You Can Buy
The Best Made At
That's nnr price for the host suits made by TTart Schnffner 1* Man, Fashion Park and
Ktippenhoimer during our No Profit Sale?by tlie way, this salo is the talk of the town; it's I
over, fjnt our competitors going. some of rtiem referring to it in the newspapers, but we
don't blame them, for our sale is so unusual. We are giving you now?right in the heart
of the season?everything in the way of clothing that is timely, at prices that are unusual.
As said before, we have too much merchandise, and simply have to unload to protect our
selves against greater losses later, so we gi ve you the benefit now.
$24.50 and up
? r*
j G. W. GREIG I'
Two Stores
/-II -i.1, ov.??
Shirt Shop
122G Market St.
oiuuiea Quup if'
1052 ,54 Main St

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