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i i i iSS THE WASHINGTON HERALD 7STJN3AY I 1SUNDAYOCTOBBIt SUNDAY OCTOBER 0 C T 0 B E 21 2 1 1905 1 19O 9 0 6GEORGETOIDfJ 16 TO OO 0 0MotuitMount 11 ollnt St Marys ar TS Easy Ji as y for forBlue forBlue forBlueBlue and Gray Team TeamBOCOCK TeaulBOCOCK TeaniBOCOCKiBOCOCK AND JIM KERR STARS STARSCaptain STAItSuptnluCaptain nntl Quarter Back aek Skillfully SkillfullyIOd SldlUnllyJ SkII1fU1ILttIIOd J l His Toam to Victory Yletor VIctovy1rr Kprr the thenest thencst he heflciUnest Ground Gr und Gainer Gni GuinerIIUrdId crlInrtllfll Hnrdl d the theLine theLine 1IItLineLine and Made rhlrt ThlrtyflvcYnrd ThlrtyflvcYnrdIlun V1ilrtflVcYardItunMdfluglt > fheYnr fheYnrItunJlcllnghIlun ItunJlcllngh McIInsu a Good oocl Fnntcrv Fnntcrviieurgetown IPontcrJeur Vuntcr4euigetowliieurgetown eur toft had little dtflfcrnlty d1 yester yesteriy Ylterhy yterdd < hy iy defeating the Mount SL Mturfx foot footin footIt fOOtdlin It dJ team t am of Emmttsburg Md at George GeorgeTOWH G G11W1I GeorgeITOWH I WlI Field by 1 16 to 0 The victory was WKIIl wassilined wa3ghir4silined l nf > d by straight football the speed peedJl1lf Itt131Iuf y yIilufIiluf and Gray backs seldom Idom falling to tei todak toiia1ci iia1c dak take ten yards on throe > down doWD8 The Thev Thettorv i I itors ttor were > 0 never > r formidable and It Itxv ItWl ItVxv Wl V as only on an exchang of punts p ts that thatthey th3ttthey t Jt hey could ould gain MeHiigh outRuntinjr outRuntinjript out out4lflttflrt nttn nttntipt t Bocock on an average avera of o live yards yardsvery yardavry alds aldsttryttry very time timeThe limpTht tlmtThThe Th teams t ll1 were evenly eenI matched mat hed as to tovoight toyight towightvoight but the locate were faster and andi andearuworki ioir pi teamwork far superior to their theiriiials thflrat the4 the4Tiiiials at Tin Ti work ork of Jim Kerr ih t right rightand r1htI l lwIwI > I and Bock at quarter were easily easilytlr s1ly 4Iyflvtlr 11 loatimsa Iatur It was the little quarter quarterKuk quarterItk quarterukKuk uk raptiita capt apttI who scored the first touch touchiftvn toucbun touchtniftvn tn on a sensational run around aroundMiint aroundrqmt arOundMuntMiint St Msrys left end nd for forty fortyvJs fortYJ> vJs J Ou the offense Kerr was the theoii theII theiubetaMIaIII < oii substantial ub < tantbl ground gola gn gulner lner r for fo his hteant hisI hisIant I I fl C e the defensive he several severaljumped severalS1 < S jumped jnmJ across the line and broke brokeplas brokeMiectcif > plas 4Irectej < yrectej his way before they theyix theywollix r well ell started Ills syard yard run around aroundi arounditdi i ritd II in the lint half was wa one of the theplays theplas thevv plays Iziys of the game me Butcher also alsoi aia aiapi ii I P > a good ood game at full back sup supl aupt1uigl itiug t q Kane at the beginning of the thei tbelJdlJd > i J I half halfIfKtturs hulfhUur half1Nl1orIfKtturs hUur Clever Buck Field FieldMount FieldIIII < > 2 Mount Qunt St Marys Mary the t three lee backs backsi backs backsti 1 i IToil roll Barrett tt and McHugh lcHacbdid did the thell t work work but what Mute chance they theytj f t b > star f tar was killed because he of the theluk tbIdol theLiIdol Li k < > r I support their teammates gave gavett to tiit t ICIl in Quirk Quirk at center eentet played a good goodRIIM goodi ood oodunlllRIIM i unlll he was forced f to retire for fort focInt forrtt si Int < rt time because of o an anugly ugly gash gashIn gashItIn lI It rtieivcd on his cheek e Through the thecourtesy thettIrtsycourtesy tlIrtf of Booeck Boc he was U allowed to toresume to1III1W toIufluresume pay play after his injury was dressed dressedThrThr 111 1 Iii outoftown lads stock 1lCk to straight straightloot MratItjouthall t tHmtbalJloot HmtbalJ ball with wk two exceptions eepti0n8 On One was wasi wasP wasPii trid t r d piny which resulted redted In failure failureami fatllet falhuelfljami t IJrj die 1 liI I other was a forward pass PIt which whichtlic wkkbII < the same iine tale talej fateIn ale aleinin j II tin early part of o the flrst rst half halft halfort trg < ors or < towni to n was wa penalised a number of ofMnips of1P1 Mnips III for illegal m 1 use of hands and in the theinn tbelilll Lbsjinn j iIt r rfriod riod the visitors were put back backM beckbr> M < for flr the same 11M thing and offside offsideTIHV otrweTn offsideiTIHV Tn i Mr lr peLawy who came down downv fIow fIowItiv it Iti I t I tin I it Ahnmt Uflt St Marys Mary team team started IlartAdt startedtlpItf1 umpire iuprf tlpItf but Manager McCana 1tIcCana of the thevv or r End l d aggregation tloa protested him as asTV a asbIiigTV King Ing impartial and Jack Gass Gsae Gas for forof forflf forTITI of f Lebish I bIh took his place The Thewere TheLdr TheILdr I I < were IIA to have been twenty and andiifton a ali aiwlmtli mt iifton UP1l ii minutes but after aft six minutes of ofplay ofTlay ofIyplay Iy n the second half just after Morton Mortonrssid Mortoarad Mortoni4rssid i4 gone over the t line 11 for Georgetowns Georgetownstin Georgetownsthial towns townsfinaltin final a score MCO the game was catted by bymnt agree agreeiiv agreeflfltiiv mnt nr at 8 as 5 to allow the visitors to catch catchtrain eatchI catchStart> trainStart of the tame Gnmet GaniepI tamecipicipi t Jpl pI Booock won the ta tow t and chose is isvfoivo1 vfoivo Iv4 > Morton MortoIIeaudtt eaught the t oval en his hislOyani liBluyarti hisPyztr4tlOyani line and advanced it that many manyMfre maayJMfre J dr I re yards before he was downed On Onml Ont On4tt ml 4t run uns ami on e e aside taekleplall plays Georgetown Georgetownliisheti G wtI1 liisheti ilhft the ball to Mount SL St Marys Mary arrs s 4I 4Iyard 4 4ard 4t 4tyardyard ard Jane ine but here the latter held and andHoosk aaBOooek andTkOSHoosk TkOS kicked for thirty and it was wasirought wasIrought washroiightirought back six This was the visitors visitorsiirst visitorsrstiirst rst chance on the offense e and after three threerials th thrials threrrjlgrials they th were forced f 19rc0d to kick Kerr Kerri Ke Ketaught Xeriughti taught iught the t leather thirty yards Yanl down do the theioM tooitll th thoutsideioM outside the foul line and was sent sentaroynd sentd nt ntaaroynd a 1fltJ left end for bill thtrtynveyard thtrtynveyardgain tldrtyn thirtyfiveyardgiiti I1tftI I1tftIJgain J I 11 By line plunges the Wasmngtontans Wasmngtontansln WashtigtonIansIndet onlaa1i onlaa1ilandEt1ln landEt1 < le r on Mount St St Marys sixyard line linewhere linewhere linewherewhere the latter held like a stone wall walland wadia wallndand a 011 took the ball on downs downsBarrett domLBarntt downsBarrcttBarrett found a hole hol at right guard r for forThree forthrft forthreeThree yards but OBrien n lout Una on an snattempted anattfmptfd anatUinptedattempted quarter back run The kicking kickinggame klcklntbJgame bJ 1I1 me was resorted reeort to and the bait was was1ooicd wasfItc waslfted1ooicd for forty yards anJs The Georgetown Georgetownrunner Georgetownlunnerrunner was downed without gain Bo Boork Do Dotork BeOektork ork broke through tbro h the enemys defense defensefor defenaefor defensefnrfor twentyfive yards but was calledVrxk h k and his team was penalized live liveyards JIveards liveyardsyards ards for holding boIdfn With tth seven to go on onihr ont ontiwihr t 11 stcond down Bocock kicked thirty tblrt tblrt1iplive yards am but beforethe man could ge getinder gitinder p pmtinder m f 1 way Miller bade a beautiful diving dh dhtafkltackle tafkl and the ball was held on the thevisitors theViitOSvisitors i > itolf twelveyard line lineTwo JlneTwo lineTwoTwo Plays n8 tlmt Failed FailedTwo FailctJTwo FailedTwTwo Tw plays pla1 a directed against a l llt George Georgetuwis Qo QotUWIS GeorgetWistuwis flanks resulted in an eightyard eightyardloss ellbtyardlo e4htyardhosloss lo so o OBrien called for a a kick kick which whichvna 1hlcbyal whlehrvna r yal i blocked a St St Marys Msry z man recovering vertncir 1 t for a touchback McIIugh lcH then booted bootedfrom bootfdfrom bootedIfrom I rrni the tweotyflveyard Hue Hoe and andBorock andlWock andBeeockBorock carried it back four yards Kerrwent Kerr Kerrwentwent around left end for eight 1 yards and anda sn snaa 1 moment after Boeock with perfect perfecttrferen perfectterference in intouchdowntrferen terference nut forty yards for th tht ftl1Jt ftl1Jttouchdown llrettouchdowntouchdown of the game me Hodgson oR missed missedfti m mI mlssndafti I a 1 easy goal I Score Georgetown G toWl1 toWl1Itunt 5 5Mount 5ittiuntMount Itunt St MAry tarysfl 0 0m 8onon < m fl the kickoff Barrett Ba tt c f Mount St Stfary Stfaryt Sttaryr> fary faryt > was unable to gain an inch be because H HtaUSf betLUSC ¬cause of Cuiiens Cullen beautiful tackle A try trythrough trytthrough t Georgetowns right guard uar netted nettedtfufc Detttodt nettedyardstfufc t imc yards for the visitors tOrB but on the theMxt theJxt theLXtMxt play phi they fumbled and Kane fell fellon feUOil felltfllon the th spheroid on his opponents twcn twcntyllveyard twCIItrfheyardtyllveyard 1 line lineThe MeThr lineThe >The boys bo from across the creek e went atii l hammer and tongs and were nofcstop nofcstopjfrl no nok stop stop1fdjfrl I until they the reached Mount St Alary Mpyp Mryplouryardfouryard line where the latter held heldmomentarily held1I1ol hekmomentarilymomentarily 1I1ol ltntarfl With two minutes to play playn playIll playtHIll n the third down and iid goal l to make makeMLuughUn maktlLau makeMLuughljn >MLuughUn lLau h1in w was s pushed pu ed over between the theposts thepost theotpost posts ot for the second tally t lly McLaughlinIAilCd McLaughlin McLaughlinrailed ItLaU hn hntaild r thirty thlrtyyard yard mark markMoLaughlin markkLllughtln markJeLgugh1InMoLaughlin in the second half kicked kickedforty ktek kickedfOrty l lfortyforty yards ards to Prommeyer py who could couldnot couldnot couldnotnot gain A trick resulted in another anotherfailure anotherfailu anotherfailurefailure failu < us did Barretts try through throughHodgsons throu throulIodS8m throughllodgsonsHodgsons guard McHugh dII then booted bootedfurty booteifurty bootelftirtyfurty yards ard but it was returned ed fifteen fifteenIMjtcher ftft fifteenLutcher n nDutherIMjtcher was put In at full back here hereand here3d herealiIand tore off six x yards ards through tkr u ugh h the ueHne ueHnehstantJal line lineSubstantial nne nneSubstantialSubstantial hstantJal end runs and tackle tacklely plays playsl playsbyl ly y Kerr and McLaughfn Mdu hln and more line linebucking lineltu lineEiukktgbucking ltu kkt by y Dutcher Dut h placed the ball with within wlthill within ¬in tour yards of another score The vie visitors vl vli vieiitors i tors torsheld held thre t times but on the next nextMorton vxtIortOn nextMortonk Morton IortOn went over o for the last touch touchdown touddowndown McLaughlin kidted kich d an easy goal gosiStore goalstore O OoreStore ore Georgetown cJtorg tOW 18 Mount > otln1 Sr Marys Marysoo t I 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easy time defeating derNUn derNUnG1I1Ittdet the theGttllattdet theGallawdetGttllattdet College of Washington Vnshi toll to today tomy today ¬day < at football 21 S to 9 0 The local locallans cake collegians cakeglans ¬gians lans put up a splendid article of o team teamwork teamwork teamworkwork in spite of the muddy field Back Baekf Backof BackOfOf excellent interference Inhort etlCe the home back backfield sck ek ekftelclfield and ends made constant gams gains And Andoutplayed hadoutplayed nd ndoutplayedoutplayed the visitors at every pomt pomtCapt poIbt poIbtCapt pohtcaptCapt Adkins full back k for Western WesternMaryland Wetltflnilaryland WesternMarylandMaryland made a run down the field and andscored a1lC1ICOred andscoredscored a touchdown to in most sensational sensationalfashion RllAUtnal1sllllion sensatknalfashionfashion The lineup lineupWcstmlMd lineupwatmt lineuptattnWcstmlMd watmt tattn 3 Md FMttiws r Grfmtfct GrfmtfctI GttIJllAddUa teflaudtlaaksI Hawks Ua left WGftIIuIa CM 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hotlyeonteotettcontested football gam taJ aino here between betweenW betweenWent tweeon tweeonWW Went rt I Point oint and WiJUamg College CoII ge tb tbj t the thetrn1yj army 1 1Y won on by 17 to 1 9 West Mt Point could couWw rouid1ftt couldnotw not t make much impression im unon Wii WiillMns W WIMins UllMns strwig lint nnd nd their principal principalgains prlqdpaJrue principallnsgains lns rue were ere by IS l and 21 yard trd dashes dRsheelull dR8hetltsU dashesriftlull rift made a touchdown in the first half halfbut halfbitt U Ubutbut missed goal In the second nd wtlf 1Mlft blftohdewns wtlficwnst tohdewns icwns wM were made by Moose and andand aadS1Ua aisISrusS1Ua and two gods oaJliI were w < kicked bySlountford SlountfordRichmond JI IeuntfordIticlimonil tunttonJRl y ami Richmond RaHtmond foliage foliagewx4 oUsc oUsctirMeIl ollgcwaswas rn tirMeIl el d becawie bN l1Wt the faeuUy of ofi ofHampdenSldnty ofHampclenSldneyi Hampdendney declared de < ltIroo the stu ltudir atsb Iif > or ofthe orthe orthethe team more important than the th Vir Virginia VWni1 Wvginla ¬ginia ni1 college c llcge HRJtbal championship chamnfonsHlpMississippi champlouhlpUISsblllppl championshipMississippIMississippi O Louisiana O Oi OBaton 0Batoni Baton Rouge Tn 1 Got ro OT T e Ini r1HoiU inirersity i iversitjversitj of Missigsiirn defeated Ixiulsinna Ixiulsinnaftate IJu LusinzState bn bn8tatfState University al l 1othan otball tjdaj tJda by b the thevore thfIar thcecrcecrc vore Iar of 110 J tw V JJNAYYS AYY SRE O RE SMALLLohigh LehighHeld Held Sailors to 12 12Points 12Points 12PoiiitsPoints on Muddy Field FieldCAET FieldOAET FieldcCAET OAET c SPENCER IS INJURED DTJUEEDbender INJUREDLcncl INflJREBbcnderbender Lcncl r of Annapolis Will 111 Be e Inld InldUp InhlI lflIlLpI Up a Week cek or Two by It a Wrenched WrenchedKnee Wrenchedlneelpng Vr nchell1 Knee neelpnS Ipnff Itniis 111211 Give the Middles MiddlesTheir MiddicaTheir UlddlellTheirTheir Their Two Touchdowns Pcnnsy PcnnsyBoys Pcnn PcnnO leniisy1107r4Boys O Arc re Strong In Defense DefenseStwcM Dcfcnti Dcfcnt8Jwda11e DefenseSiiectsliStwcM 8Jwda11e to Th file lh WnsMsctBft W IFeraM IFeraMAnnapolis lIaraktAhllApoIl IferakiAneaisAnnapolis Md Get O at SoThe The Mldehlp Mldehlpmens 1Ihl111J1I1I1QeII MIdht1moosmoos 1QeII football team played a far superior superiorgame sttporlO1mc suporlorgamegame mc than did Lehigh t ted13 dny but was wasonly wusonly wasonlyonly able RbI to score 12 l points However Howeverthe HowOftor HowOftorthe lowoerthethe Navys NaTY defense was Wft strong at nil niltimos niltJmos nilUintmtimos and at no stage of the game did didthe didtho didthethe Bethlehem aggregation s < gregaUon threaten the theMiddy the1l1dd theMiddyMiddy 1l1dd goal The halves were twenty and andfifteen An AnslttMA UtI UtItoenfifteen toen minutes mlnut and the Middies scored scoredone scoredon scoredoneone on touchdown In each both goals being beingkicked beingktck beingkickedkicked ktck by Norton Navy Nav led a slashing slashingattack 8luhlngattadc slashingattckattack at times and botij scores were weremade were1nAdemade by b straight plans plA 8 through the line linethe IIncUte Iliwthethe ball being beln worked for thirty to fifty fiftyyards firt firtII ftftyyardsyards respectively Te pettlvety for each touchdown touchdownThe touchdovnThe touchdownTheII The Middies iirst t score was made after afterabout ntlerabout afteraboutabout ten minutes of piny and during duringthe duringthe duringthethe remainder of the half the visitors visitorsbraced visitorsbraced Iltorsbracedbraced up and prevented further scoring scoringInIn the second part the Middies managed managedto mfin g 1 1toto work the ball across rotMI Leighs goal for forthe fortbe forthethe second touchdown and on three oc occasion o ogot ocaslons ¬casion got within the 15yard 1 yard line of the thevisitors the1IIItora theisltorsvisitors seal once being bein on the 5ynrd 5ynrdmark 5ynrtJmark 5yardmarkmark but the Pennsylvania Penn ylvanta s rallied each eachtime eachtime eachtimetime and got possession pos of the bull on ondowns ondoWM ondownsdowns In the same half Nor Norton ton bad a agod adaalKe agoodgod chance for or a goal from placement placementhaving plcomnthaytn plsesmsnthavinghaving haytn made a fair r lr catch SS S yards Brds from fromLebighs fromL fromLehighsLebighs L bt s goal but the ball went a few fewfeet fewt fewfeetfeet t wide of the bar barThe buThe barTheThe game me was w played on a heavy hv field fieldBoth 1oIdBoth foldBothBoth teams were penanzed eftaltze frequently for forholding forotIlkl forholdingholding offsWe otIlkl and other infractions of ofthe ofthe ofthethe rules rulesScore rulesScorc I IScoreScore Unexpectedly Small SmallSince SIl1 Sinainee lI lISinceSince nee Lebigh was defeated by Princeton Princetonto62 5 to 0 tea days 78 ago anJ an Annapolis held heldthe heldtile heldthethe TJgers ljIrera down to 5 to V last Saturday SaturdayIt Sa bird a aItIt was expected that the Middles would wouldroll wouldrollroll up a larger Jar score today The visit visitors visitore Ielt ¬i ors on > lM however wever played a fairly strong stronggame stronggameI game but not up to the standard slan ard of the theMriMies theMld1esMriMies Mld1es Iehlh Lehighs defense Me was 1 especially especiallystrong es especiallystiong laJl laJlth4ystrong when they held gJ the Middies for foridoinw forthree fordoidoinw do three times white their goal so l was wasthreatened vs vsLhfeatenedi threatened in the second half But in inoffensive intve Inoffensiveoffensive tve tactics the visitors were fo fomextably JaI litmoatablyI mextably bly weak weaki weakIn eaJLi I In a scrimmage crt during dtl the early part purtdf parteft partddf d the second half Spencer captain of the thejAnnapslis thelAn theAnna1sjAnnapslis apel sustained an injury which will willprobably willprobably 111 111proINabIylAnprobably keep him out of the game for a Rweek aweek aweerweek weer or two Spencer er was carrying the theball thebaR theballball when he was tackled In the fall fallUs rauWe tailIllsUs right knee k was badly twisted t wl ted and lie liehad Itfha4 hehailhad to be assisted from the Held Id tAs the thegame theme thegamegame me wore on on and the coaches hH realized realizedthat rerilizfolthai rtstizedthatthat Ixhigh I was not a dangerous foe r a anumber 8number angatbernumber of substitutes were given a try tryout tryJ tryT tryoutoutlsah lsahNuuasdhit JNuuasdhit Ml evi i TnataM T Oaptl ItbptIHissul OaptlIHissul I > i Ml J JI IrisrtmJrft taI taIMsytis INrnw aw awifftMsytis h oM siSIssrI SlMdllaR SlMdllaRweeIie v vf vwI f weeIie weeIieflw ifft sM Mla ss kwkkr kwkkrKitkinmiinalla Kitkinmiinal g tacft W Wallsser lHM r IMMKB J JDdlett LasdisDelionfl Ddlett lluk oke JMht ss B BisssII l ssll 11 11I 11mph 11mphkiti U mfcNm qnstar fclli1lislu t UTgtan WId WIdIJ WbtesimorI mor IJ IJJr ins s sRasytskftJr Rasytskft Ml WITta 1IaIf is isI Uwyw UwywKonJKraft La LaII E IIIIIt 1IIiIt 1IIiItNardIIntft Spsit Spsittksiovtksiov a althaofttdlKonJKraft lthaofttdl lthaofttdlTdmmItsheit u Ml tack Mwk 3111It r rTT eMixnMKiefcmMm It BMK ssg Gwk irs rea reaX tavdi tavdit tnsth4mXtstm4mXtstm t mm y t < m 1 5 KtferaeHr Oiuhim l 1ss M fIl fIlI ifIiidtoaPniMrtss I UwsinMr McOMksv eci of Uoimsttr UoimsttriK Un4iwbofel 1 PSSmpPImIdP I lid uut lhoaiana Unit J8oIIJ Jnsph I IU fihemsiK hems eM U S So S No I Lfcrnsmi Mr T Treat Tvmt wt for forMRB Ir IrI 1e 1eMphMph sal Hl MidaUtMan I McCamiek I TIns eC f b halves halvessad lT lTGORNELLS fft fftIIIIIlIIIIIIlI 15 15CORNELLs M MeLCORNELLSCORNELLS GREAT SCORE SCOREIthncnnx SCOREfthncnnM SCORElthncansIthncnnx Overwhelm the Bowdoin IlowdninIfileven BowdoinIClcn BowdoinUievenIfileven 7i 0 72 to 0 0Ithaca OIthaNa 0IthacaIthaca N Y i Oct 3 BTbe The Bowdgln Bowdglnfootball Bowdqlnfootball BowdQInfootballfootball team played here todajr tod < for the thefinrt to toenrt Lit Litrstfinrt rst time They held Harvard to two twotonclidowns twoI twotouchdownsI touchdowns und played a good game gameIth gameI gameWithWith Ith this reputation tatlon toe visitors appeared appearedformidable 8PP88rooformidable appearedformklahleIformidable and Cornells Cornel best eleven was waematched wasmatcfMod wasmatchedmatched against apJll t them until a score of ofhad 56 56had 55halthad been n run up and nd tb the scrub team yas yasput f fput 88 88potput m In In The game ended l with 1tb the largest largestscore largestscore largestscorescore ever made by Cornell against agatft8tfoot a afootball afootahifootball foot 1f team teaas7 to torueGftt8t i iTfce STheeovtastTfce rueGftt8t contest was Wii one long series lien of long longnms J icugruns g grunsruns made by 1t the Cornell back k Held Two Twotouchdown 10I TwntouchdownI touchdown were made from kickoffs kickoffswhen klckoIDwtafla kickoffswhenwhen Gibson and Karle run the entire entirelength enttnJe entirelengthlength Je h of the field for scores ores Cornell CornellTrade Cornellade CornellmadeTrade ade two goals from the Held HeldBowdoia neldowdml fieldBowdoinBowdoia was B8 unable to make mAk j a a first firstdown ftrstoon firstdowndown oon but during durm the early stages of the thegame th thne thegamegame ne forced Cornell to punt on two oe oecaslonr oe oecas1C1U 0 0casicnrcaslonr cas1C1UTENTEN POINTS FOR YALE YALEI YALEIPctln YALEIeniiI Feint State Twice Gets WithIn Ten TenYards rcn1nrtb renYardsYards of 0 Xcw cv Hnveii Goal GoalNew G GotlNew I INewNew Haven Conn Oct Sft DYale Yale de defeated de defeateotl defetteil ¬feated Pennsylvania P nDQJvanla State Stt 10 to 8 to todaytln todayhI todayIndaytln a a pouring pourl rain Considering COnef erlng the thecondition theecmdttl8n theeoiidtiostcondition of the field k play was fast fast and andth andthere mdthth there > re were few fumbles Yale got all allher aJIher allherher points in the first half on a touch touchdown toueladown touchdown ¬down and field 1 goal Knox mode the tlrst tlrsttouchdown S1rsttouchdown ilrsttouchdowntouchdown after five ftveminutes minutes of play ana anaDines anaDIMS andDlneDines Dlne made the field goal on a placement placementkick placementkick medl medlklekkick from fro the t be 25yard yant line linePennsylvania UneP linePennsylvaniaPennsylvania P State > in the second ccon half halfhad halfhatl halfhadhad the ball 11 twice within It yards 1tnJs of ofYales ofYaIes ofYalesYales goal sue I Pennsylvania worked the theforward ther theforwardforward r nl pass p for many mfl good gains ns and andnothing RtlInothln sodnothingnothing but Yale a1e luck prevented prevent d her herscoring her8OOrID herscoringscoring < The lineup lineupYale 11ne lineupYale tip tipyYale y PvUfe Pom 1 State StateAkatt Sta Staaett StateAtAkatt aett Pint h1 ilck ewiv = Mnxw Iuwtllt Iuwtlltl M Minertotrinertotr l IIIerriphi nW tselsk tIId taddIheba UMwall UMwallbum OIIwalllCrwtDlCrwtD Iheba I la I OJUien OJUienGiIIisOitti OittiI GiIIis mifu mifulushhit bum bumKanlte D ltll ltllJIoItlushhit Mt gmi gmiMl uJ gssadKanile 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NewsOneOne of thf tb storks Ro told the Little Old OldMan OhLa1t Oh OhtoaMan a1t at t Chicago was about big John An Andeison Ana Andersosedeison a the left fielder ftekl r of7Take Stalils StalilsWs StbrsW SthilsW4141hgwftWs W W4141hgwft rington team Anderson is known tn tncountry the theeOUDtry thcountrycountry eOUDtry over us the exact Bct antithesis of n nspendthrift nspendUrtCt aspendthriftspendthrift spendthriftInIn Washington one afternoon John was wassitting WIISsitUItJ wassittiuigsitting out in front of tho Oxford H Hwas fill fillwaf Hawitswas wcrn WCT out foam a hard trip tlirougn tlirougnthe througUte througathethe Vest 1110 hat t was hold between his hisktraSH hlzkReIti hiskaektraSH kae s and his eyes were w4 Ie closed Mn in n deep deep1bPI deepshuieber9 shuieber > Hmber He U was unshaven un tftyen nnbrusJied nnbrusJiedand unbrushedand iijbrushedandand altogether alto tbPr untidy A pedestrian pedestrianstopped ped pedetr1ttnstopped trJQn trJQnstoppeodstopped looked fwd 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Lt11intrt was wasJia Wa Wa1J1J Jia Yifl vifio intcrtiU intcr intrt t 1I 1I 1PENNSY OUTPLAYS OUTPLAYSQuakers BROWN BEOWSTQuakers BROWNQunkerMQuakers Show Much Improvement ImprovementSince Jml1rocIltcntSince ImprovelilentSinceSince the theSwnrthniorc Swart Swarthniorc hniarc Game GnmctPhiladelphia GnmePhiladelphia GamePlilladeIjhIaPhiladelphia Pa Oct 20Outgeneraled 20Outgeneraledoutplayed 20OutgunertltdOutplayed outgenerllEd outgenerllEdoutphloutplayed outphl ed and badly beaten was Browns Brownsfnte Brownfute Brownsfatefate this afternoon Seore S > 14 to 0 0Tho 0 0The 0TheThe Pennsylvania team wits was Ji different differentaggregation differentaS1rOgatfon differentaggrogatonaggregation aS1rOgatfon from the one that th t tackled tackledSw tackle1swirUtmorQ heckled2UmOroSw swirUtmorQ rUtmorc a week ao ago Quickly V gnthlr gnthlrJng nl3ier nl3iering er erIngIng up fumbles they played like fiends fiendsThoads flomlThos4 11OIU1TliosThoads Tlios who braved br ved the rain wore reward rewarded rewarded rewarded ¬ed by witnessing 1tpes ng Work vork which filled their theirhearts thclrhfftrts theirltnrtshearts with joy There was wits Us no wild cele celebration eel eeli celebratlon ¬i bration over the victory it Ory The linoup linoupPonMflranh UnoupI linoupPmtankPonMflranh I II lWUo lesItiueeasi Brews BrewsLmroI Lmro left = end P PDraperDraper Wfr tarkfe Klrbj KlrbjGRltauher lelr lelrI KiyIthdkghrrkitI GRltauher thdkghrrkit left manl aanIWeitrfdd aanIWeitrfddhlellesbach i WwtttfeM WwtttfeMIlallesbaeh WctttrfeidI1ftl1eJ1bAehIlallesbaeh ccsttr Steer SteerZcigler S Steernarl r rIaI Zcigler rfefct Ia t gtwnl narlL2f1y Aylw AylwLaveiy Ayl 1 1IafJIJLaveiy rWrt tackle Hftaaanl HftaaanlScarlett IltisealSearhitLrlphtScarlett g SearhitLrlpht < arJut rfeto eml Deanie DeanieSUeWo DellmSSUeWo S ebl quarter rter twck 1J Sehwarte schwurbPe SehwarteKtfweHl SckwlzrtzisuPe KtfweHl n left half liaek lenkMaybe lenkMaybetreuleittst Market Marketflwpe rhtt rhttifJfIflwpe < treuleittst C rfeht half todt be beThngweti ltiM ltiMpngwdl < r JlitrasweU pngwdl tail Mdc teeV leechMcDeid leechMcDeidThai JIcDanald JIcDanaldTtiae 3leDldTImeTIme el f kaIn halies 1 2S ramotM ramotMCHICAGO mMuteeOHICAGO nthinteOHICAGOBEATSCHICAGO OHICAGOBEATS BEATS PURDUE PURDUEMnroonn PURDUElnroonPJ PURDThEMaroonsMaroons Make Long 10n UunK Riii mid Xcw XcwRules 1 NCWRules w wRulesRules Suit Their Player PlayerChicago rlncrChicago PlayersChicagoChicago Oct 3D OThe The University Untvcnlt of ofChicago orChicago ofChicagoChicago erushcd Purdue Ind hal University UpJer1 halvcrsity ¬versity er1 ty on the gridiron this aftetyoon afte fteloon oon by bythe bythe bythethe score of 81 to 6 EckerssllSteffen nnd nndIddings nnlll miiiIcidingsIddings of tbe Chicago team were w re tho thosensations theiell1lttIOii5 i ilItlOfiSsensations of the game Frequent gains gainsof sal salof gainsofof y > and an ft yards were made by these thesastars thesestsrs Istars starsPurdue stsrsPurduo I IPunuPurdue olay nlaM d well but the team was wasoutclassed wasoutcmswd wasoutclaoaedoutclassed Chicago l lcago was 8 so fast that the theheavier the1vler theneavierheavier visitors were ere mystified mystifiedTlie mjtlftedTJIfI mystifiedTheThe game IJIim was the first of Importance In Inthe Inthe inthethe West Vest est under uft fr the th new rules and the thefane thefans thefansfans confessed oollfe themselves surprised ed at atthe atthp atthethe wonderful Improvement wrought by bythe bythe bythethe change The Maroons found the rule ruleagainst lul lulagainst ruleagainstagainst hurdles to be of great advantage advantagetoto the game gameVIRGINIA pmcVIRGINIA gameYIR1IMAVIRGINIA WINS IN DEEP MUD MUDKick MUDKiok MUDKickKick from Plapement Plaoement Gives Then ThenVictory TheII TheIIViotory TheniViotoryViotory Over v rV V J bf L I IHeavy IHen IHeavyHeavy Hen Rains Make Inkc It Impossible for forj torBither forBitherj Bither Team to Play Pln Good GoodFootball GootlFootlmll CootFootballFootball FootlmllSprcW Footballa FootballStd1 FootballSpccMaSpccM t to The W WwbtasU m HiraM HcMUCbnrlottesvllle II IICbarlottCPtUe HiraMCberIoUevfileCbnrlottesvllle Va Oct A 1VirginIa 1VirginIadefeated Vlrginhv Vlrginhvdefeated VrIatadefeateddefeated the Virginia Military Institute Institutetoday Institutetoday Institutetodaytoday by the narrow margin of 4 to 9 a agoal aboa agoalgoal boa from placement pla tht from the 35yard 35yardline 25yardline yvd I IUneline Une by Randolph early rly m Ia the first half halfbeing balfbetng halfbeingbeing the only points made de m In the forty fortyminutes fortyminutes fortyminutesminutes of play playA pIaJheavy p4 p4AA heavy downpour on a a gridiron already alreadydeep alreadydeep alreadylecTtdeep in mail 1 from a weeks week mm rendered renderedthe 1ftIdendlhe renderedthethe contest a farce End rises were o oUt oUtof alitof t tofI Iaof si I question tisctio as the backs bvcl could not get geta getaa foothold The largest gains were nude nudeon nuedeon madeonon running TUnnln back pants but t m in most mo t in instances IntarCN In3taices ¬stances these t were fumbled and pounced pouncedupon JOUDCfdupon pounceduponupon by the opposing o ends adL On one oneoccasion oneoccaionoccasion Randolph ran back a punt 4t 4tyards 41aN 45yardsyards and despite te the fact that a touch touchdown toucltdo11 touchdown ¬down was only M 1 yards anJs distant he was wasnot wasItOt washotnot equal to the task A minute later laterRandolph JaterRandotpb laterRandolphRandolph barely barely1aed missed another goal J031trom J031trompIa from fromplacement fromplacementplacement pIa the ball striking the cross bar barThe barCa4etll barTheThe Cadets put up a MIa game g In the thesecond tbeIteeond thesecondsecond halt and by falling on tumbled fumbledpunts tumbledpuHbI tumbledpuntspunts twice tee got ot Within 1 bin Virginias VIrtR 36yard 36yardline Syard11ftf yazd yazdlineline An attempt at goal proved a Inhere fanurethfo Inherethe allure allurethethe bull being Mocked MockedThe bIock bIockThe blockedTheThe visitors were strong lOIIg on the thede thedeft thedefen thedefenstve defen defensive ¬I sive ft but wore W unable to gain In the necesoazy neces necessary ¬sary 17 it yards once Cape Johnson Jell of ofVirginia orVlrghda ofVirginiaVirginia was INK ra during Q the test two twominutes twomtauta twominutiaminutes of play 7 The TheV tteewft tteewftVfeghs finenphaVfeghs V ha I Pedlim v it I i ilUMiM IItIM 1MadlUMiM Mad W Ws b rUf cad cadIIlras Nfchsfc NfchsfcnlMaHMrnlMaHMr nwfcr nwfcrHathIIlras ItIM 4 4huhHath irstir U UjMrter i1awa i1awavus11BeIArvus tosiliddhr tosiliddhrwes BeIAr BeIArIwes I Ldbe 1eIi aaetIr 1 11CJtJ1CJtJ fA sdSteds sdStedsViderstcUT FiIt8IIe FiIt8IIe1dViderstcUT jMrter tack tackrWrt= 1Idwn 1IdwnItarWrt tatf tack tackKef bs bsltandslphIta ltandslph w1rIt MJ haMouSe haMouSehath 1 IIIeNdfaDNdfaD Kef RiB tack hathGoal 1ws 1wsOwl 1Owl fro fma pBUTSMBtRwNiotBh R RrfenI JWtneIatr ItsfereeIW ItsfereeIWBony t tnBony n atr nr Ocor Oeveietowa HowB UMpittMr Icck le H 111 111II lid M limos HMCMMnMr limosassMrMMnMr II Leaks LcMe TOM of olWARFIELD b haheaTwesty h Tw ty aside asideWAItPIELD iihsHuiWARFIELDWARFIELD WINS GAME GAMEGovernors GAMEGocrnor GAMEGovernorsGovernors Son Makes Inkc GoYard G nrd Run Rnnfor Runfor Runforfor Touchdown TouchdovrnStMeial To1 TouchdownSirhal chdon chdonStMStMeial te The Waahhwtm W HiraM UcraMAnaapotts H HAnaatOll5 HiraMAnnapoiMAnaapotts JKd Oct 38i ISt St Johns Cal College Cot CotJ Calloge ¬loge J of Annapolis won Won ltsAr Jutmt 1ts14T5t t football footballgame footballsame footballgamegame of the season here this morning morningits morningIts morning1tits 1t victim being Franklin and Marshall Mar Marshall Ir IrMaJI ¬shall Cottage of Lancaster Pa and andUH aOOthe andthethe score ecere C to toEdwin 4 4Kdwln 0EdwinEdwin Warfteld jr son of the govern governor 3Cernor governor ¬or of Maryland M1yInnd saved sav the day < for St StJohns StJOItRS StJohnsJohns The teams played the twenty twentyminutes twentytnlnules twentyminutesminutes rf J the nrst first half without s score scoreOn scoreOn scoreOnOn the first tRy after the kickoff of ofthe ofthethe second half however Wacneld who whoptayoil whopIaeeI whoplayedplayed at half back for St Johns was wasgiven Wd8tftD wisgivengiven tftD the ball ll and he > broke brok through the theleft tleleft theleftleft side of the opposing team and mado madoa md mdaa brilliant run of 6 yards for a touch touchdown touchdo1I touchdown ¬down Boeley Bo kicked goal goalHARVARD goaLHARVARD l lHARVARDHARVARD TRIES OUT PLAYS PLAYSCrimson PLAYSCrhmcon PLAYSCrimsonCrimson Illr IIles Up Die IJ Score on the theSpringfield theSprlnfit111 theSpringfieldSpringfield Training School SchoolCambridge ichoolCambridge SchoolCambridgeCambridge Mass la Oct a SHuvariJ SHuvariJbtat Harvara Harvarabeat Ilsrvaribeatbeat Springnekl Training School o1 today by b bIt41 11 to 9 making thirtyeight lhlrtyej ht points in the thelast th thllUit theInstlast half halfThe halfThe haltTheThe game was the real beginning nalnl of the thestrenuous thestrnuous thestrenuousstrenuous season a1lOl1 and the playing of ofHarvard ofHArV1trd ofharvardHarvard came earn In for closer Io er inspection inspectionunder Inspectionunder InspectionUiHIetunder the circumstances cs The double doublePKSS doubltPMSti Ioubhpiens >PKSS which Harvard had carefully pre prepared prepared prepared ¬pared in practice tI received a substuntial substuntialtrying subsbtnUalt obtantialtryingtrying t out ouUand OtItfrZId nd its value was under test testThe testThe testTheThe defensive deCen e tactics in which the men menhad menhad menhadhad received recefv instruction In during du lng the week weekcame weekcame weekcainecame to naught naughtCapt IIVgIILCapt u t tCaptCapt Wright of Springfield Sprln d proved tv tvbe tvbe tohebe one of the best individual tndf lual players pl y rs seen seenin seeIIn seetInin the Stadium Stadt this year yearHamtnL yearJIlin yearharvestharvest JIlin PortUow IUoRl1IIn SuriwdWd 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CohlllblotFJeld CohmibktFlekFTrlaIaField FlekFTrlaIa Trials Association have accepted an aninvitation anIn1tUon anInvitalioninvitation from Henry H nJT F 1 Frost of the tinlaurel theLourtl theLaurellaurel Game Ga Protective ProltlU Association to tomeet tomeet tomeetmeet in laurel on November 21 1 ± Z and 33 33The 1 1The ZtTheThe trials will 111 take tak puce phe near nt 8r > I Laurel faureIFntnk LaurelFrnnk aurel aurelFmnkFmnk M 11 Plnley of Washington ijas ijasopened IJa5pIned Ijasopenedopened a bureau of information inv invregard In regard regardto tegar tegartoto thetrhUfl H Th The Laurel Game Protective ProtectiveAssociation Pt ProtectiveAssociation teell teellA5fOhttlonAssociation Ims purchased > d and put out outover outoV outoveroV over r laOu hi worth of birds on lands within a arsdlus aradIuf aradiusradius of It five miles 118 of Laurel and nd they theyhave tllylue theyhavehave thrived and an many covies eov1e resulted resultedArmour resultedArmour resultedArmourArmour Bays Du Toledo Club ClubCincinnati ClulChlnclnnati hub hubChinclanatiCincinnati Ohio Oct r tPre President PresidentAugust PresklentAugust ent entAugustAugust Herrmann Herrniann of the dncianati Na National Katlena Nathoual ¬tional I League Ie t bail club today disposed d P08ed ot ofthe otthe otthethe Toledo Baseball Club whlchhc also alsoowned aleoowned IO IOownedowned to former Manaser WHlram V ttuPl At Atmour 11 11mour iJmoormour of the Cleveland eJ land and Detroit teams teamsreceiving tenmsrec tesmareceivingreceiving rec ling 1000 a hare the par p r value valuefor nduefor valueforfor twentysix t ntypt shares aref Thf deal was wasclosed W3dOfled wasclosedclosed after a conferene onferen in tSV t city be betweeen be betWP betweentweeen tWP n Herrmann Presidint Bd GiUIo GiUIoof GrUioof Gilioofof fne ti1 > Toledo iiu jut and Armour rmJur Grills Grillswill GrJUwn Urfilawillwill wn retain rct tn ibepreiilaeoc the presidencyISOUTHER1fTEAM S0llTllE TEA LOST LOSTI LOSTNorthNorth Carolina Outclassed Ontclas CI1Jy CI1JyIJafayette by byLafayette byJafayetteI Lafayette Eleven ElevenMNEHIS Eleyenf EleyenMNEILLS EleveiiMNEILLSfIMNEILLS 55Y1RB SPRINT SPRINTTnrliecls SPRINTtfarlteer SPRmTrnrliec1iTnrliecls Left Half Back nck Received ReceivedKickoff RccchedJlekotT ReceivedlhckoffKickoff nnd by b ISxccIIent Interfer Intcrfcrcncc Interfernee interferencccncc nee and Using Good Judgment in inrieklnj InPle inPicklugIlhsrieklnj Ple PicklugIlhs htJ Ills VaT Ron from flici fliciItliildlc thc thcIfddle theMlddleItliildlc of Field for Touchdown TouchdownSpecial TouchdonnSJi TouchdownSpichISpecial 1 to ton use WaafaiBciM W Wad t aicMt HeraW HeraWNorfolk Jt IlerakiNorfolk raw rawNorfolkNorfolk VH ft Oct ct 20 GIn In mud ankle ankledepp anklepp ankledeepdeep pp and during frequent hard rains rainsLafayette raInsLatnotte rainsLafayetteLafayette scored mi easy victory victor over overNorth ver verNorth verNorthNorth Carolina here this afternoon run running nlltnlng nisanhng ¬ning up p a score Koreof of 28 8 to I 5 Tho Penn Pennsylvaniane Pen Pennsylvanhuis 11 11Bhan1anssylvaniane showed better bter training faster fsefeerplay fs fasterplay r rpIaplay pIa more aggressive rehe football ll and out outweighad outetghod outweighedweighed etghod the Caroltniane twenty pounds poundsii to the man manLafayette nNinLxfayette manLayetteLafayette had ha no trouble in gaining tho thorequired thorequirOI timrequiredrequired 10 yards ards In three downs dow They Theymade T Teymade e emat1cmade most of their gain g gaint na by line plunges plungesand plUngMand plungesandand and end cnp circles clrcl S tend attempted a empted little littlekicking IIltlekicking littlekhekIngkicking forward forward passing Pos ing or trick plays ptaysbut playsbUl playsbutbut whenever h mever anything aside from fromstraight fromstrAight fromstraightstraight football was tried it usually usuallyproved usu uneasilyproved lly llyprovproved prov 1 successful The light lI t Carolina Carolinamen Carellnamen Carolinamenmen generally found It impossible to get getthrough getthrotlgh getthroughthrough the Lafayette line or around the theends thoends thaendsends and when they came into popsetston popsetstonofof the AI dl 1t were forced to kick or at attempt attempt attempt ¬tempt H forward pass or trick and even evenin evenIn oveninin thes these departments of the game they theywere theywere theywerewere far outclassed by their husky foe foeLafayette foeLs foeLaLafayette Ls fayette was u penalized half a dozen dozentimes oozeDtimes dozentlnestimes for siuggjag slug g and holding and sev several several soyoral ¬eral of their men wer put out of the thegame Utegame thegamegameScoring Early In Game GameTJay GamePlaT GameIiyPlaT was v started by b Carolina CaroIt kicking kickingoff kkkhgoftoff 0 In J n less than four minutes Lafayette Lafayetteby lAtaelt lAtaeltby LaiayeLtebyby line plunges and end runs Ill had the theball Utebtball l In striking distance of Carolinas Carolinasgoal Carollnasboat croIinasgoalgoal and McAvoy MeA VOY was forced for over for forthe forUte forthethe first touchdown Immediately Imme lwtely after afterthis afterlhk afterthisthis Carolina Carolm gained her only onl advantage advantageMcNeil advantageIc advantageMcNeIIIMcNeil Ic elll received the ball on Lafayettes Lafayetteskidk Lafayetteski Lafayetteskieckidk ki off on the laters 56yard line and andby andby andbyby a It good run and excellent interference interferencemade Interferencede Interferencemademade de the entire distance for a toubhdown toubhdownJJ 1 M 1 Thompson kicked an easy goal and andCarolina andCaroII androhioeCarolina CaroII rohioe was ODe point ahead But La Lafayette Lafayelte Lalayette ¬layette rushed ru hed the playing again and andboth andth andbothboth th Chalmers and McAvoy McA oy againCnNIIIe againeronsed again againcrossedcrossed Carolinas goal l before the nIt of oftbe ofUte oftheUte twentyminute halves ended Goals Goalsresulted GoaJeIted Goalsresultedresulted Ited from fro both bothBy bothB7 bothUTBy continuing their style t1e of play In the thesecond thebalf thesecondsecond half Lafayette again got t McAvoy McAvoyand MeAVO MeAVOand MeAvoyandand Chalmers over their opponents o ts goal goalfor goatfDr goalforfor a touchdown each One more goal goalwas goalwas I Iwaswas kicked kickedIincup kickedIincUIJ kickedIIncuiiIincup and Summary SummaryKkfcpatrtafc SuiiitnnryIASaWts1 IASaWts 1 Ieam x ee ea eat Caevhss CaevhssKfrkpaUiKkfcpatrtafc es Mtfer RVBM Ma MaLogan taasisg taasisgsndLogan Mt = ami sndfierleft tarn tarnTtirtpiiiTtirtpiii fierleft Wt t cva ri K K KK A t ThoMOfiw ThoMOfiwKMenv ThuempaKbbereeKMenv K KWcottrtpk llihlirtt d r tackte toaMeJ J JI M TIMMIMM TIMMIMMDood ThonpeaDiedDied 1 aad jcapt 01 Jrfl tackle tadGIecr togMafy Shsktirycanner togMafyCbnawaycanner cr WW4steV5M Vhetasste rftIhL M e4 sadSid PMoawi PMoawiSmek lat latSMoIiSid WeWi W1Ift Wd Ml end endHtadt 1 1aIDrn >Htadt Pes Banter der to Mass MawiChato MasshsherirChato aIDrn hsherir im Lee 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trlcka t1le Mealy lIea1 kicked kIek off offfor eftCor oftforfor Mount WashingUm to th the farmers > 15 15yard 1 1yaMI 15yardyard line where Maekall caught the all BWIand allAnd 1IIandand returned It 15 i yards by b clever dodg dodging dod tlodIng dodIngy ¬I ing Ingy The T farmers fa farmers were wt > re soon IOO forced to tokick tokick tokickkick and Mount Washington Vcured eeurtd the theball thebaJI theballball in the center of the field After a arlea ae aeries serice ¬rice of mass plays ia which hlm the tecals Js tore toreup toreup toreupup the visitors Mne Ilk Church was as pushed pushedover IMIS pushedover ecl eclOVfrover for a a touchdown teft Baytess s kicked kickedgoal kickedpal kickedgoalgoal goalThepalThe The second goal was made Made very much muchin muchtn muchinin the manner ma of the l first ttae 11n pI pIg plunges plungesbeing n age agebemgbeing g chiefly ky used and nd llg agwn gifR Church tore torethrough torethrougk torethroughthrough for the second touchdown t oin awl 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financierJamesJames R R Reese ene Always AI 1i a great eat lover loverof Jqverof lorsiofI of horses Mr JII P j Keene eeue is regarded as one oneof ODeItf oneofof the pillars of the turf inasmuch as he heraces hentec heracesraces on one of the tIM largest lrg rgfllt at stables and amchalmaan bi bichairman hichaIrmanchairman of the l e Jockey Jocke Club This yeai yeaithe YNItile yestthethe horses that carry the wbUeandWue wbft whiteandbluea aadblue aadbluepots j jspotsspots a pots will InsisH J in the van a u far as awIII awIIInl win winninga winflingsflings nl go and iiil they will m be far fbrjn Ja the lead leadat IeJat teedatat that thati th3LRunning thatRunningi Running a prominent lneat stable t is I one of ofthe ofthe r rtMthe most sfxpeaefrf 1xponoIv XP Il8hrJ Htxwies mea that a aean man mancan mancancan have Ita ve for pastime ptko I Racing is 1 nothing nothingniore uithingriore Ia Iar1fMeniore than a pastime p stSlIIC with Mr lr Keene K and andwill andwin i iwinwin or l lose se iji I li is the same mo thing with withhrm w Withkm th thItahrm It is sfchl hl that Jtol the famous famo tmrf trm trmI tursasniver ain ainifeverifever I iver ver expects to tC win wi on a season 8t ll llgenerally fIgenerally I l lgenerally bt side of the ledger will 111 amount to torrly tonearly i inearlynearly lMOMi aieOf lMOMiOf 081 081orOf course last year when Sysoeby was wasking wallklu waskingking klu of the turf the Koene stable was a abig awtaner a alugbig winner on the year Sysonhyn y are arcrare areIItIe arerarerare articles artlel though tb ugta and this year Mr MrKeene MrKeft MrICeeseeKeene has not gathered gatb red anywhere mar unarthe marthe > Par PartJaethe earn be did test la n fact he He hag h won wonsomething wonlItCtJdDg woneasiethilagsomething lItCtJdDg like Hk 1140195 WO t to date and will willprobably winprohabty Willprobeblyprobably pick up some more before the theseason thfSftI80ft theseasonseason wanes wanesIt waJIftIt wanesItIt was wap due to the tweyearoids of lisa thrstring lisastring Istring that fila Keene Kft > ne Is the leading winning winningowner winningowner inDing inDingOWlKrowner of Ute year The colt Ballot and andthe andthe nd Ithe t be ally ItU Court turt Dress won something over overJMM Ofrsa overapiecesa JMM apiece a while Peter Pan is close > to tothem totheta totheethem with about bottt S21WO 93i0 Next in order orderare ordrare orderareare S Sw Superman perman with nearly a ltOM S Men Mentha Mtnu Menthatha u with nearly 76Ml i and the Futurity Futurityad Futurttad Futunityandand ad the Matron favorite Pope Joan with witha withabopt with withaboutabout a oot 30 30Mr 000 000Ir M6 M6MrMr Ir Keene K breeds all his own onand homes homesand horsesandand takes pridevin the progress that his hisstaltfens hiftstaUlons hisstlosistaltfens stlosi make Tic owns > the Caatcton CaatctonStud CaattIc OsitIetonStud > Lon LonStaidStud and there lie has the famous alDOUl3 horses horsesVoter bor8esotero horsesVoterVoter otero Commando Kingston K tO and Dis Disguise DtoguI8e DisIT ¬guise II IIHIGHPRICED IIHIGHPRICED ITHIGHPRICEDHIGHPRICED RACE HORSES HORSESJsIIeve HORSESu HORSESSUec ItORSESSlieveuJsIIeve CnllionK Beit c t for Season bat batfiot ltatot isutNotNot ot Record 7 Mark MarkA lnrli lnrliA In rli rliAA story comes from England that n nofCer IIoJIer riofferoffer of I2OW was w s made for the two twoyearold toyearokI twoyearoldyearold unbeaten colt SHove Gallion and andthat andtbtt andthatthat it was refused This marks tDIlrksfor aj arecoa arecoafor econS econSforfor the reason in n highpriced youngsters youngstersand ustern usternandand eclipses the American mark made madethis madttds maskthisthis spring SJK1D when P J Ralncy bought DC DCMund DctIund DcNaiadNaiad for 45 45GHat 45S 45SGreat MH MHGreatGreat as these t prices are they are not notrecon1ti iiotrecords notrecordsrecords by any means R S S Sinter re rejected JeJeeted icJested ¬Jested an offer of 9120110 for hi his great greatt r greatlilly t tftJlyt Ally Sceptre when wlM slip st s1i was a twoyearohi twoyearohiand twoyear twoyearInMIand James R Kacnc jcJtc turned away an offer ofrtrof oIltruC offerulof MMMTfor 100501 for SjRsenby when ho h was only onlya < Milyaa youngster nJ8ter Flying + l lng Fox I ox brought l ltUIII ltUIIIJJUt iliehiiit iO iOJ >J JJUt ut this u was at N period ef hIM career careerwhen careerwhen a r rwhwhen wh n he had firmly ftrml established his pres prestige SUre pmUge ¬tige as the th greatest horse hor in England 12ngiandThere EnglandThere nd ndTbcrThere is scarcely 8t3 roely a k do doubt H in the minds mindsof mioo miooof mindsofof turfmen J thai SalvWere S3h d would hav havbrought Jt have havebrought 8 8broughtbrought out an Ut offer of KN0W early e in inthe inthe inthethe spring sprh if he had ha started and won OIt the theraces tltet1lces theracesraces that he did dl later in tho year ear Hut Huthe Huthe huthehe came along at the close of the season seasonwhen ea eeas son sonwhen < ° n nwhenwhen the big 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