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1923. SECTION 6 TO Kentucky Wesleyan Loses ante ncmnatt u THE COURIER-JOURNAL, , LOUISVILLE, : SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30, To n 1, 11 If T if I ., i Feams Use White Ball And Flay Is Followed i o satisfaction ur n 'iii'-hiiKiti. Ohio. Sept. 29 (Associa-inl 1 Trissl L'sinj? a white ball In play on an elect rically Illuminated trid at drsori Field here tonight, 1 hi i in! y 4if Cincinnati defeated Kentucky Wesleyan by the fecore of 17 to 0 in a tame thit Cincinnati out pl.-jyed the Kentuekians in from ev- minutes later tacnman maae a piaee-ery ancle ami handled the hall with ment kick from the fifteen-yard line. iei..:,il.7,lTe nccnracv. The Bear Cats' Fratz, fullback for the Bear Cats. iin n f-: of tfii noints in the j first half of their initial game. The uanie '.000. it'racled a crowd or aooui racieil a i-rowd of ho ball hti:i painted T while 1 Held Back By Agreement, "Big Three" Grid Teams Face Numerous Problems Bi'C'la'i to The Courier-Journal. . New .York. Sept. :!:. Kept in har-!.. while all other important Eastern ..lieges were preparing for their ia"3 MKithall campaigns. Harvard. Yale and Princetonthe all-important triuntvi-r:ite gathered their Krbliron cmtil l.ites at their respective bailiwicks. r'simhridirp. New Haven and liger - town, on Monday, September 17. for j the initial workouts of the season. j The l oaches of th se big Ir.stitu-I lions working under numerous i changes in view of the t.n t that the 'Big Three" agreement, signed a year :ZO and now effective, screws the lid down tight, with pra 1 i e starting ten days later than usual, the schedule shortened and transfers, except those in Harvard. Yale and Princeton before the rule was adapted, ineligible to play. To sum up the situation, in ko far as candidates are concerned, at these three colleges, Princeton, last year's big threo champion, which surprised the East by going through the entire campaign without u defeat or even a tie, has lost practically the entire line. Harvard has lost its backfielj but has si veteran lin. and Yale, although minus the services of only four regulars, has suffered through the dean's decree declaring all members of last year's freshman class, save two, ineligible. Graduation Took Many. The names of such outstanding Princeton stars of last year as "Pink" Ptker, Capt. Mel Dickenson, Herb Treat, "Howdy" Gray and OHie Al- Scouts Watch Irish Ran Over Kalamazoo South Bend, Ind., Sept. 23 (Associated Press). A score of scouts from Princeton and West Point watched Notre Dame defeat Kalamazoo in the opening game of the football season 'v-rc today. 74 to 0. The Kalamazoo line offered little resistence to their speedy opponents, the Notre Dame backs carrying the ball for long gains time and again. Mather, right halfback, carried the opening kick-off ninety ya-ds for a touchdown, the feat making the third consecutive season that a Notre Dame player has carried the first kick-off of the game lor a touchdown. The brilliant running of Mather, Crowley and Don Miller and Berg-mnnn, backs, and the defensive worx of Walsh, Brown and Oberst, featured the game. Kalamazoo failed to make a first down. Men's Two-piece and pressed Suits cleaned ....$1.00 Plain Coat Suits, Spring Coats an j riain Dresses (J fl ne cleaned and pressed . $ Ito Work called for and delivered. E0. F. H6SSH 9 822 E. Market St. HOME PHONES City 5917. Shawnee 603 J With Wife, Mother and Kiddies at 9 9 Cafeteria 307 W. Walnut Music to Entertain Chas. J. Dornwasser, Pres. CSS MONDAY SON Dine Today SEASON'S BOXING EVENT LEW SILVEH- CONQUEROR OF PAGLINA JOE RITCHEY. THE CAVE MAX And Three Other Good Bouts SAVOY TOEATER Jefferson, Between Second and Third Monday Evening, Oct, 1, 8:30 I. M. Make Your Season's Reservations Xow At the Savoy Theater. A and with searchlights playing upon it, it was easilv followed and was j even booted high on pun! plays. Following a trick play in the sec ond quarter. McAndrews, Cincinnati. i ngnt r.altbaeK, tarried tne oait irom j the forty-vard line across goal. Two brought the spectators to their feet many times by his great bucking. tie sniasueu uic ivcmuuny iuic iui several large gains. ford, will no; appear In the line-up this season, ;:s feiaduation has claim- ed thes'i stalwarts of the orange and black line whiiVi stood like a stone I wail. Jn addition. Alford's under studies at center, Don Griffin and Millan. are no longer available. Bill Roper'3 problem of reconstruc- I tin;r the 1 lger lino la between tnc ends, for Ken -Smith, whose educated toe won the Yale und Chicago cames. intends to reiain his right wing job, while "Buzz Stout and Sex Tillman, OUI II OL irMU IU.Ael OUI1ICVV iul ITTiii- larly a year ago. ara expected to report. In addition the freshman team is sending up a rouplo of good flanks. so no problem is presenter at these positions. COLONELS LOSE TO P0NG0 7-6 (Continued from First Pace.) man of fio. He has a standing invitation to walk any man in the world past 70 years of acre for a purse of 13,000, he to walk 100 miles while the opponent is walking ninety miles. Comb Out for Series. Harle Coinhs will not participate in the Minneapolis series, announced the Louisville management yesterday, but the renowned outfielder and fence masseur will engage in the St. Paul sextette. Dr. George Leachtnan, chit) physician, udvied Earle to rest his injured arm for a few days to obviate j any aggravation to the bruise caused j by a pitched ball from the hand of I Schupp in the first inning of Friday's I combat with the P.lues. Joe Hamel will j play centerfield in the Miller series. Ben Tincup trod the ground in left for four innings yesterday, his presence in the garden being influenced by Bigbee's ejection from the party for protesting a called strike in the fifth inning. East Scores Milan. The Millers gained a run off Wei don in the opening round. Milan outran a bounder to Shannon. Milan scored as Critz struck out. Jourdan smashed a line safety off Shannon's glove and East brought Milan home with a clean blow to left. Smith and Mayer perished painlessly. Weldon walked a couple of visitors in the second but granted no safety and retired the side without damage. Jourdan began the third with a double to left. East fouled to Ballenger. Smith was thrown out by Shannon. Mayer plated Jourdan with, a drive to left. Fisher forced Wally. Ballenger doubled off the third-base bag in the third. Betzel flew to East. Covington propelled a tempestuous triple to right center. The ball would have scaled the wall had it been thirty feet nearer to the chalk. Shannon brought Covington home with a long sacrifice to Milan. Bigbee struck out. Weldon Walks Pitcher. Shaughnessy flied to Mayer in the fourth and Erickson was walked, a bad omen for Weldon. Milan singled sharply to right and Critz with a poke to center. Fast walked. Smith doubled to center, tallying Jourdan, and when Weldon walked Mayer Esteil went to the mound. Fisher tried the squeeze play and East was out at the plate, Estell to Erottem. Shaughne.ssy forced Fisher. Sammy Mayer was safe on Fisher's error in the Louisville fourth. Hamel grounded into a dual killing. Brottem walked and Estell singled to center Milan neglected to stop the bounder and Brottem scored. Estell gained third. Ballenger made the ball game interesting with a circuit blow to deep center. Betzel singled to right. Covington flew to East. Covington's vehement rap over the fence in the seventh leveled the score, but Estell's only pass given to Jourdan in the eighth with two out and East's double to left won for esteemed Pongo. Four Football Players Injured In Auto Crash Fairmont, W. Va., Sept. 29 (Associated Pressl. Four members of the West Yirginia Wesleyan football team, were seriously injured today in an automobile accident near White Hock while the team was en route to Fairmont where they were scheduled to play West Yirginia University this afternoon. The injured: Boy A. King, fullback, Apollo, W. Ya. Edward Trainer, tackle, Parkers- burg, W. Ya. John Moore-, guard, Weston, AV. Va. George Stewart, halfback, Penns-j boro, W. 'a. In attempting to pass another ma-j chine the players' automobile turned over: on the interurban car tracks and was hit by a street car. The players were removed from under the automobile before it was hit by the trolley and were taken to a local hospital, where It was said none could play in the game. " 1I""J 72-Pounder! I rsr .n It -t xfn 1 jr- ? & lit - Iteaee Denney, a widely known Ohio Uiver fisherman, is shown here with a seventy-two-pound catfish he taught last week at Flint Island, which is situated about 100 miles down the river. Mr. Denney lives at Twenty-sixth and High Streets. CRIMSON BEATS K. M. I. BY 25-6 (Continued from First Pace.) and ran it back with much more dash than anyone else had shown during the game. But the Manual bai-kfield men in the game then were not entirely familiar with the plays, as Leake was compelled to place them in position, (iivens, substituted for Daugh-erty. flanked the right er.d for two. hut two more attempts netted no gain, for the team now was running on "three." Leake pulled out of the situation with a Krfect pass to Conip-ton, who accepted it from the wrong side, but held grimly to the pigskin, and carried it for live yards before being cnught. Another pass was intercepted by Norton. The Soldiers' went into punt formation, and Compton rushed in, blocked tbe kick, and going on, scooped up the hall to take it over for what was to be Manual's last touchdown. Van Arsdall kicked goal. Soldiers Open I p. The second half was all K. M. 1. Opening up with a bewildering attack of forward passes, they swept down the field, only to lose the ball, recover it, and come down again, until Chez passed to Taylor for a touchdown, the ball poing forty yeards in the play. Chez's kick for goal was way low. Manual took the ball and though gaining again and again lost the ball on fumbles or penalties, the punishments coming for off side as a general rule. The Soldiers went deep into Manual's territory once more, only to be smothered when straight football was attempted. Chez tried a drop kick, which was blocked and recovered by Sidney Baer, the former Manual star's brother, who seems to be a comer. Throughout the game Manual's defense was impregnable to line bucks and i nd runs, but forward passes found the. Crimsons- totally unprepared, and generally flatfooted. standing by while a Soldier took the ball. Jenkins was the best man on the field yesterday. Perhaps he did not gain the ground that the others did. but his was the duty of keeping the men together, selecting and choos ing the plays, piloting the team throughout. When he was gone a hitch in the proceedings was noticed. This modest, unaffected lxy seems sure to have a great season this year. Line-up: Manual Position K. M. I. Kopke L. E Taylor Dawson L.T Yogle Miller L.G. Van Lannington Zopff C McCullom Stone. Dukeshear Rosenfield R.T Floyd Lesch Ji. E Crea'sv Jenkins Q Norton Thierman L. If Woods Mayhall K H Boswortn Daugherty F.B Chez Score: Periods 12 3 4 T Manual 12 13 0 025 K. M. 1 0 0 6 06 Substitutions For Manual, Van Arsdall, Ballman, Henly, Rugglee. Carolton, Barnett. Grawmeyer, Bickel, Glvens, Young, Leake, Beck, Compton, Baer. For K. M. I. Boyle, Roberts for Dukeshear. Touchdowns Rosenfield, Mayhall, Ballman, Compton, Taylor. Hatckeyes Triumph pj,a TC'ty'. Ia" Sept- " (Associated Presul lowas reorganized eleven today triumphed over the Oklahoma A(rrien in the to" b00tbau game o the eeason here 20 Oklahoma was unable to cope with the Hawkeye end runs in which ume of the i. iiifjii hb ail exceptionally irood ac- count oi tnemseives. The but five veterans. lineup included Tigers In Tie Princeton. N. J Sept. 20 (Associated TTh,9 Pn"ceton soccer team, intercollegiate champions, opened its season to-i.hi y pIyln a 1 to 1 tie with the Dura ! R. E Foster Will Explain 1 1 Bridge Problems For C.-J. I h:,ilj 'T KSter' wne r lhe wor,t's most respected authorities on auction bridge will begin a series of illuminating articles with illustratons on the "n Came " T,1,e Courier-Journal nest Sunday. Mr. Foster's articles iPPf?r CV ry &UIluay " The Courier-Journal throughout the winter. Tfni",nl.OStUCCr,ss,u, trMtise o i'dge are "Foster On Auction." of tbl nl 1m 1 ar,dEaraes ''hs who just have a playing knowledge inV i?trK FLb i'6 Vl reap its '""lents to the fullest after absorb-come un WtS?i' ' the problems which most frequently tome up. Dont forget that these articles start next Sunday. Audubon Golfers Have Another Tou rney By MRS. E. D. MASON Through the courtesy of C. D. Hauger, a host of Audubon players were given yesterday a post season opportunity to qualify for a trophy given by him. The conditions imposed upon the sixteen who gained lodgings are that all matches must be played off within seven days. Pairings: V. A. Watts and H. L. Taylor, A. II. Eornwasser and C. D. Major, Ross Gordon and P. F. Laib, YV. G. Violetle and Chris Brinke, Crady and William Black. Adams and Charles iJobbs, Wood F. K. Li. U. W. A. Wood and .G. . W. Denhard, Keisert and H. B. Cutter. For the States Oil Company Trophy at Audubon Wood Crady gained a final position over L. J. Hannah yes- i terday by 1 up at 36 moles. Dan Smith gained a semi-final In the President's Trophy by defeating AV. A. Watts by 3 up and 2. Smith is now opposed by W. G. Violette. who won 4 up and Z from G. V. Burton, Considerable responsibility for a successful wind-up of the golf ac tivities in Louisville rests with the weather man. Tomorrow opens the Ladies' First City Championship at the Louisville Country Club in which every lady golfer of the city is urged to participate. Arrangements to enter ! may be made as late as 10 o'clock to-i morrow. Following this comes the I Falls Cities Tournament to be. held over the Louisville Country Club course on October 9 and 10. for qualifying dates. This event for the men players of Louisville and New Albany stretches out over1- two weeks winding up on Saturday, October 'JO. Calumet And Breck Elevens Meet Today The old rivals Calumet and IJeckin-ridge A. C. will open the football season at Glenwood Park this afternoon. This is in the nature of a practice ; game as the Breckenridge team will j play professional ball after this open-j ing game while the Calumet team will continue in the amateur class. Never-i theless. this will not detract from the j keen rivalry that has always been shown when these two teams meet and a rattling good contest is in store for the large number of fans who will I witness the game. I Both of the teams have a large num-; her of stars in their lineup and each ! team has a large following, and as : this game will give the football fans of the Falls Cities a line on the chances of the Brocks in their fight for professional honors, as well as a line on Calumet as to their ability to gain the ! amateur crown in the Falls Cities this contest will be the important one in t-he Falls Cities today. Also this will be the only opportunity that the fans will have to see the Brecks in action against a Louisville team, their games all being scheduled with out-of-town opponents. There will be a preliminary between the Calumet Midgets and the Dixie Athletics. The Calumet Midgets are a team averaging around 135 pounds. The kick-off of the big go will be at 3 o'clock. Pirates Get Option On Portland Player Portland, Ore., Sept. 29 (Associated Press). After fewer than five inquiries had been received from major league clubs asking the Portland Base ball Club to quote a price on Emmett McCann. second-baseman, the Pitts burgh Nationals got a forty eight-hour option on the player for $50,000 yesterday, according to Fred B. Rivers, secretary of the- club. Wells To Meet Jones St. Paul. Minn.. Sept. 10 ( Aoyoeiati'd Prps). Hilly Wells of KnirlHiuI. and Jimmy Jours id Yoiinystown. O reeounizpa in N'w York Slat as wolterweisrht champion of the world, have been matched to meet in a 10-rouinl no -decision bnut here Octotxr in, it was announced tonieht. A previous bout bctwrrn the two here recently ended in no contest when both men fell out oi the rins and were, injured. Barrett High Winner Henderson. Ky .. Sept. CD The Barrett Hish School football team won over the Pruviih-ncc High team here this afternoon by a score oi 0 to O. It was the openiuic game of the season and was hard louclit throughout. The feature of the game was the seventy-two yard rim of Newman. HendT3on s rijrht end. for touchdown after intercevtinu a forward pass. Seven Providence players attempted to tackle him but were shaken off. I Woman Sets Record For Baseball Throw 5 Newark, N. J., Sept. 29 (Associ-x ated Press). The Prudential In- 5 surance Company A. A. of New- $ 5 ark won the first women's na- 5 g tional track and field champion-5 ship at Weequahic Park today with a total score of 22 points tj. for the eleven events contested ffor. MeadowbrooU Club of Philadelphia was second with 19 points. a Nearly 200 girls were entered in the meet, which had as a feature p a f-pecial handicap race in which Q Joie Itay, crack Chicago distance $ runner, failed to lower the world's S mile record. He finished fourth, p A new world's record was set ?by Elinor Churchill of the Robinson Female Seminary, Exeter, N. II., in the baseball throw. Her throw was 234 feet 5i inches. The former world's record in this event, held by Miss Churchill, was 224 feet inches. The Meadowbrook Club team of Philadelphia equaled its own previous record of :52 2-5 for the 440-yard relay race. The accepted American record of :12 for the 100-yard dash was equaled by Frances Kuppert of the Meadow-brook Club. Houghton's Team New York. Sept. 29 (Associated Press). Columbia played Its first game today under the regime of Percy Haughton, former Harvard coach, but the Blue and White, while displaying a well-drilled eleven, had difficulty defeating Ursinus 13 to 0. Whipped into shape under Haughton's "Harvard system" from green timber, Columbia's play was not v impressive, but the team was x handicapped by the absence of g several stars. Ursinus. too, showed an unexpectedly strong g S attack. 2 V. M. I. Eleven Is Being Pointed For Tech Special to The Courier-Journal. Lexington, Ya.. Sept. 29. With the Marine Corps game out of the way, all efforts at V. M. I. are being bent towards the game with Georgia Tech at Atlanta on October 6. The thirteen Cadets who upset the dope against the Marines Saturday came out of that mud fight with only a few minor injuries. It speaks weii for the condition of the Y. M. I. first string that, with only two substitutions they were able to keep the powerful Marine machine on the defen sive throughout the game. Coaches Blandy Clarkson, Bill Itaferty and Jimmy Leech are well satisUed with this showing and the fact that every mail on the Y. M. I. team followed the slippery pigskin during every minute of play. As far as the game was concerned, the coaches learned little or nothing. The wretched condition of the field made it impossible for them to determine anything of the strength of the team beyond the fact that the line charged hard and opened holes for the backs. This meant little, however, as the backs were sloshing through mud ankle deep and frequently fell before being tackled. IN MEM0R1AM WINS HANDICAP (Continued from First Page.) last sixteenth of a mile. She was a 17 to 20 favorite. This race had a value of $1,800 and was at six fur-lone. About the worst "boner" in the history of thoroughbred racing was pulled by the placing judges in the Autumn Inaugural purse, the third number on the programme, when they awarded third money to Lord Granite which finished far back In the ruck. Translate won th-e event by a short advantage over Marvin May, while Great Luck and Right on Time battled it out noses apart In this order for third money. Considerable surprise was occasioned when the judges failed to place Great Luck third and Lord Granite's number was hoisted. Both callers for the newspapers called Great Luck third and Lord Granite far back and there was little chance , for a mistake in colors, as the silks worn by these two were in no way similar. Note. Starter William Snyder sent the ! fields away today. He will officiate in this capacity for the tirst sixteen I days of the meeting, after which Wil- j ham Hamilton will assume this task.'' Williams Erothers have taken over j the contract on Jockey J. Byrne, I promising ngntweigiu rider, lie was! developed by C. R. Anderson. j ! Colonel Andrew Yennie. resident : manager at Churchill Downs, headed a large delegation from the Falls Cities. ! ! Word today was received from j Trainer William Garth that he will j send Blazes and Dunlin down early in I the week to contest In the foO.OOu i added Kentucky Special to be run next Saturday. He will bring two Eastern riders with him. I ... E. A. Pollard, a member of the Ken 1 tucky State Racing Commission, was i among the opening day's visitors. j ... ) Jockey Ivan Parke who rode in such : brilliant fashion at Lexington continued his good saddle work here bv winning the opener with King Charm ing. ... Tippo Sahib, the long shot winner of the seventh race, was ridden by Joe Gruneisen, a Louisville boy, who is returning to the saddle after a layoff of two years. Gruneisen is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Gru-neisen, 1101 Samuel Street. Louisville. Hair Stays Combed, Glossy "Hair-Groom" Keeps Hair Combed Weil-Groomed HAIR GROOM tUMHWRH4 Keeps Hair UDmbeci Millions Use It Fine for Halrl Not Sticky, Greasy or Smelly A few cents buys jar of "Hair Groom" at any drugr store, which makes even stubborn, unruly or shampooed hair stay combed all day in tiny style you like. S3 Silver To Work In Savoy Ring Today Local glimpse lanta's fans will get their first today of Lew Sliver, At-classy featherweight who knocked out Joe Paglina In Jacksonville several weeks ago. Silver Is expected to arrive this morning and will work out at the Savoy this afternoon. Joe Ritchie, who battles Silver at the Savoy in the main bout of twelve rounds, is also due in Louisville today. They will work out with a number of home boys and the public is Invited to look on. Ritchie's unusual style of fighting was revealed here when he fought Tim O'Dowd at Parkway Field. His work won him the title of cave-man. Ritchie in build appears a throwback to the days of the prehistoric man. Me possesses unusually long arms and his gloves seem to dangle just above the floor. To show his native resistance he often extended his chin and Invited Tim O'Dowd to hit him on it. Richie wasn't like a lot of other battlers who pull this trick and then dodge the blow. He took all that O'Dowd had to offer and then fought him out In the latter rounds. Ritchie will have it on Silver In experience, as he has fought about a hundred fights, while Silver has engaged in but twenty-nine. Eighteen of these have resulted in knockout victories. Once he got a draw decision and in one of his early bouts Battling Barnett beat him. Barnett is a member of the stable of Max Abel-son, Atlanta manager, but Silver is the shining light and Barnett is fighting ill the lightweight class. Ritchie has been able to take care of himself against the best featherweights in tne game, lie beat wiiue Green, the tall Philadelphia boy, and Frankie Rice, English feather. He has also battled such classy boys as Andy Chancy, Kid Williams, former bantamweight champion of the world: Harvey Breit and Kid Wagner. If Silver is able to knock Ritchie out, he will have t'one something none of these boys i as able to do. Silver's defeat of Joey Fox last Wednesday night was considerable of a sensation in fistic circles. Fox went the entire distance but Lew had the edge on him in every round. The re- j suit is surprising when it is considered j that Fox holds the British feather-j weight title and has been fighting ever since 1910. The Kid Sparks-Eearl Rigliter bantamweight mill in the semi-windup j ought also furnish a keen contest. I 1 NOTICE! o is o j O Additional Sport News will be 13 found on Page 10, Section 1. r ! o O sunpea UdlUL different air. Now shown in manv pleasing variations of the original pattern. Morocco Chevrons are woven for and exclusively tailored bv The House of This is the only store in town displaying these stylish suits. They are the last word in smartness. Contrasting clusters of stripes on a plain ground. Extremely novel color combinations. An entirely new and original effect. Also many other suits of different fabrics and patterns in Kuppenheimer Good Clothes. Models for men and young men. New styles. -the Papyrus In Fine Fettle After Crossing Atlantic New York. Sept. 29 (Associated Press). Come to carry the colors of Britain's turf in an international test for supremacy with America's champion 3-year-old, Papyrus, English derby winner, landed in the United States today. After being disembarked from the Aquitania the famous race horse was transported in a special van to Belmont Park, where on October 20, it will match strides with its American rival over a mile and a half course for stakes of $100,000 and the world's thoroughbred crown. Papyrus' opponent has not yet been chosen by the jockey club, sponsor of the race. My Own, owned by Admiral Cary T. Grayson, and Zev, the Kan-cocas Stable's Kentucky Derby victor. Navy Air Attack Bewilders Enemy 'Annapolis, Mil., Sept. 29 ( Associated Press). Unable to cope with a bewildering series- of forward passes unleashed by the Annapolis Midshipmen in the early stages of play, William and Mary College of Williamsburg, Y'a.. went down to defeat today by a score of 39 to 10. The Middies also circled the ends for substantial gains at times, but had little success with plays directed between tackles so strong was the work of the visiting forwards, the Todd boys playing an especially creditable game. I The Southerners played a second j string team to a stand off in the second period, each scoring a touchdown. An eighty-yard run from scrimmage by Flippen of Navy. featured the game. Lineup and summaries: Navy (39) Taylor . . . Clyds . . -Carney . . . Matthews , Levensky . Walker . Stolz McKee ... Flippen . . Ciilien .... Shapley . . Pop. W. M '101 Chnliley . Kiiiou Y'Mjne J. Todd HHie .L. Todd . Jordan . . L. E. . . . .L.T.. . . .L.G.. . . . C. . . . , .r. ;.. . , . K.T.. . , .R.E.. . . . Q B. . . . . L.H.. . , .K.H.. . . . F. B. . . ., MaG-.i) . Kotfer . . Irwin ' . . Cairn Score bv periods: Navv . 1 0 1 William and Mary ... 0 j Navy Scoring Touchdowns Mc- Kee. 3; Shapley. Klippin. Taylor. Point j Score After Touchdowns McKee 2; I (placement kick!; Ba I linger (sub. for I Flippin), (dropkick). William and Mary j Scoring Touchdown J. Todd. Point ' Scores from Touchdown Matsu (drop I kick). Referee Crowell of Bowdoin. j Umpires Gillinder of Pennsylvania. I Headlinesman Conney of Princeton. ' Time of Periods 2of 15 and 2 of 12 minutes. raonc with a uppenheimer and 1 T 7 .cecTrc" 1 liliUU U 11 11 E i-UURTH AND lJEFFERSOH house of Kuppenheimer good the leading among turr lollowers it is epn " " believed that Zev will be g final decision, however, may r . made before next Saturdav. Papyrus arrived in fine' fettle cording to the horse s handlers ' made an excellent impression on ni servers. The animal showed no 1 1 J, fects of its week on the trans-Atkt, journey, it was said, while tW which were sustained in the runrir of the St. Leger stakes in,R not long ago seemed entirely hed In disembarking this morninc P-o-rus bumped its head slightly in a W m a firm,- way of the ship. a Circumstance ,u. . nan sustained a severe ininrv . was learned later that "fen oi harm .-wolv-. me nn was mnro or...,,. . than hurt, it was explained, thus ae counting for its fractiousness uhi;'. coming down the .specially built ar. plank at the Cunard pier. ' A gathering of several hundred wit al nuiamrs ui hj tun world August I " 1.'- """.cu uie uegotia- ; uona which resulted in an agreement i with Hen Irish, owner of pZyr ; for the race, boarded the Aquitair j last night to see the horse. Mr r j mont was the breeder of Tracery fa" mjlllL.- irp.i n ,1 P T... ' Papyrus had a .1 iy of rest at l-vi mont Park and. except for a l 'Vv limbering up exercises, will have" real workouts for probably a Trainer Basil Jarvis declared. jj'r' Jarvis expressed himself as sati-f'M with the hors.,-s c..nd.:lr,n and V'J he expected Papyrus to round i'a best condition in plenty of ;in:c 'lr the race. ' L Ail the oats and hay which P-"v-ri and Bar Cold, the Dcroy viiint.ri stable companion, will require fr th-ir stay in this courrrr eri brought from England. T.. do ... a special permit was obtained f,'m American Government authorities. Louisville Gun Club 'I Iiirty shooters fa.t-J the trn contests at -he Saturday afternoon thoot of the Louisville Uun Club. tlx l :n- iirie event ni th day went to Han iii -ii'jm-uu oi tie wnn Kuter. ! Next Saturday afternoon th- retulir s i nual nii-etme of the '-inn for e!i-..tint1' , m-crs anil oilier imsine m ! i m nif in !ers are reiii-tt-d to ,mh:i,!. All i o An aii-oay resris-teretl kj '-ll be hr'J Idly tartrcis 4.1 1 4 It 0 j (Vtolr 1 ri Courts K ! lollow : I Harris jii Walker Kohrrtsou Ruter . . . tj'-Ott Mannins Offut'. . . Goouin . . V allis . . . Bond . . . Allen . . . smith MoKinney N. Clark . . .4!t I. a Compi . . .4:' K. B. Cla: . . .48 Herhlu.jr . . .4- Hitehaie-i . . .47 Durrrtt . . . .47 Kmton . ... 4 7 Duersori . . . 4 7 v 'ir man ... 4 7 Koit r . . .4Hi Helm . . . . . 4" (.nines . . . 44 : Cawtiir.rn ... 44 I'eahody . . . V.: ;rant " . . Mourni distinctly a mm: clothes are tne leadmc -anA'j.,,.. JI: ,A

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