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Ife-pii Ife-pii Ife-pii Auburn Eleven Eleven Was Was to Fight for 19- 19- 19- to-tfVictory to-tfVictory to-tfVictory to-tfVictory to-tfVictory Over Mobile College in Rain Rain Rain and on Jlippery Jlippery Jlippery yield. yield. yield. yield. Ifobile Ifobile Ifobile Ifobile Ifobile Ala Ala November November November 8. 8. Spe cial. cial. On a rain-soaked rain-soaked rain-soaked rain-soaked rain-soaked rain-soaked .field .field .field .field the Sssll Spring Spring Spring Hill Hill eleven eleven yesterday yesterday afte afte ijMfe noon held Auburn Auburn to a 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t 18-to-t scor in a a fame fame featured by the stiff stiff stiff stiff re-4 re-4 re-4 re-4 re-4 IsUnce IsUnce IsUnce IsUnce of the the Hlllians. Hlllians. Hlllians. Hlllians. Hlllians. Hlllians. The The game muck closer closer closer closer than the score ould indicate. indicate. Tbe Tbe cold cold cold drizzling rain rain which fell throughout the fouf periods periods periods periods periods and the soggy- soggy- soggy- soggy- condition of the field field marred what was was really really really a a first-class first-class first-class first-class first-class first-class first-class exhibition exhibition of football. football. football. football. football. Before Before Before the first first half tbe tbe players players players players were were so so covered with mud that it .was .was .was almost almost impossible impossible impossible to' to' distinguish distinguish them on the line of scrimmage. scrimmage. scrimmage. scrimmage. pring pring pring Hill Hill Hill put up up a wonderful wonderful igame igame against their their heavier and more more experienced experienced opponents. opponents. The Auburn Auburn Auburn j backs backs backs backs found found it impossible impossible to make make consistent consistent consistent consistent gains gains through the line. line. while while their end runs guarded by i beautiful beautiful beautiful Interference Interference were tlm tlm tlm tlm and and again broken broken up by the great 1 defensive defensive defensive work of the Spring Spring Spring Hill Hill wJngrnren. wJngrnren. wJngrnren. wJngrnren. wJngrnren. wJngrnren. 1 The Plainsmen Plainsmen Plainsmen Plainsmen started things things with rush when they kicked off off ana ana ana ana the Hilllan Hilllan Hilllan allowed Olllnger. Olllnger. Olllnger. Olllnger. Olllnger. Burn Burn end end to cover cover cover cover cover cover the pigskin pigskin pigskin pigskin on their own ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard ,30-yard line.- line.- line.- line.- line.- Shlrey Shlrey Immediately eurtejl eurtejl the festivities festivities with a a plunge plunge plunge through tackle for for 10 &j &j yards yards and followed with five more. more. Tbe Tbe Tbe pigskin was advanced to Spring Hill'a Hill'a Hill'a Hill'a 16-yard 16-yard 16-yard 16-yard 16-yard line before the Ducote men men girded girded up their loins loins and ffot ffot back back to earth earth with the- the- the- result that that that the Auburn backs were- were- were- were- held for short gains and the ball went ever on the the five-yard five-yard five-yard line. line. rnats rnats rnats rnats Safety. Safety. Safety. Safety. Safety. Safety. lloulton lloulton lloulton lloulton for for the locals locals punted out of of danger danger danger ShJrey ShJrey ShJrey ShJrey returning to ft their U-yard U-yard U-yard U-yard U-yard U-yard U-yard line. line. Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's Auburn's first first marker marker marker came came in the i i i second period period when when after a se ries ries ries Of Of off off tackle tackle punches punches punches and line plunges Whirling Whirling Whirling was was was sent sent over over the diminutive Bill Bill Donahue nailing him on on Spring Spring Hill's Hill's Hill's Hill's Hill's tape. tape. tape. tape. The ball ball was over four inches. inches. inches. inches. Attempt at goal failed. failed. failed. failed. failed. failed. failed. The Plainesmen Plainesmen Plainesmen came back in the third period with a second touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. touchdown. The" The" The" ball was was was carried fcy fcy fcy fcy fcy short short short gains gains gains to Spring Spring Hill's Hill's 15- 15- yard yard yard llge llge llge when a a beautiful pass. pass. pass. pass. the only one attempted during the came Tripp Tripp to Olllnrer Olllnrer Olllnrer netted the second second second second touchdown touchdown gtubbs gtubbs kicked i Coal. Coal. Fickle Fickle fortune fortune bat raved the I illlllans illlllans illlllans illlllans illlllans in the the last period period after after they they had held the Plainesmen Plainesmen Plainesmen for 4own -on -on their 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard 10-yard line. line. line. line. Donhue was was given given given given given the ball ball and started started started -What -What -What seemed seemed to be a distance run j around around right right when when he was tackled I and Knocked cold cold the ball ball flying from hii grasp. grasp. Olllnger Olllnger Olllnger who snowed snowed uncanny ability at following-'the baUgthroughout baUgthroughout baUgthroughout the the game. game. .stepped .stepped .stepped In In rat the crucial moment. moment. ecpopcd ecpopcd ecpopcd ecpopcd the'hall the'hall into his his arms and went" went" went" went" BCTOS9 BCTOS9 BCTOS9 BCTOS9 the Spring Spring Hill Hill tape for. for. for. the 'third 'third and last touchdown ot ot the game. game. Attempt at at goal failed. failed. failed. failed. I Outstanding Outstanding Outstanding features features features of the came' came' were were Only Only one penalty Inflicted Inflicted i and and that that on Auburn for offside offside offside play. play. Auburn scored on the only touchdown of of the the the game Attempted. Attempted. Attempted. Attempted. Attempted. Straight football "characterized "characterized the Play of of both teams few' few' few' few' sneak sneak formation. being -attempted. -attempted. -attempted. Only three three "time "time outs" outs" outs" wen- wen- wen- wen- called. called. called. called. The ball ball was In the possession. possession. possession. possession. possession. possession. of of Auburn flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths flve-ajxths of the actual playing playing time. time. The punting pf both teams teams was weak weak possibly possibly because because because the slippery field field field afforded afforded no footing. footing. footing. footing. The The Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p Une-l'p AUBURN. AUBURN. AUBURN. Pos. Pos. Pos. Pos. SP'C SP'C SP'C SP'C SP'C HIT.L. HIT.L. HIT.L. HIT.L. HIT.L. HIT.L. Prultt Prultt Prultt ilartfn ilartfn ilartfn Rogers Rogers Rogers Rogers R. R. R. R. O. O. O. O. Snider. Snider. Snider. Snider. Snider. Snider. C. C. Griff Jn H. H. H. H. B.onner. B.onner. B.onner. OlHnger. OlHnger. OlHnger. OlHnger. OlHnger. OlHnger. Trapp Trapp Btnbbs Btnbbs Btnbbs T- T- .Moulton .Moulton Tunnlllp Tunnlllp Tunnlllp Lopez Lopez I F. F. F. \Vlngllng \Vlngllng \Vlngllng \Vlngllng Wallett Wallett L. L. 0. 0. 0. 0. U U U T. T. L. L. K. K. K. K. Q. Q. .Cannon .Cannon K. K. K. K. K. K. H H H H Grimsley Grimsley Grimsley Shlrey Shlrey Shlrey I I I I H H H Donahue Donahue Donahue i Snfrling Snfrling Snfrling Snfrling Snfrling f. f. f. f. Hsstinss Hsstinss Hsstinss Hsstinss j "Summary "Summary Substitution. Substitution. tiloan tiloan tiloan tiloan for for Regers. Regers. Regers. Regers. McCreary McCreary for Shiriinff Shiriinff Shiriinff Murray for for Donahue. Donahue. Scoring Scoring touchdowns Oillnger Oillnger Oillnger Oillnger 2. 2. Whirling Whirling Whirling 1. 1. 1. 1. Goal. Goal. after touchdown touchdown Stubbs l. l. l. l. Quarters. 12. 12. 12 -10. -10. -10. 10. 10. Referee. Referee. Referee. Referee. Har- Har- Har- Har- i rl Morarlty Morarlty Morarlty St. St. Marys Marys Marys Marys Marys Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire Umpire j j Wilson Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown llfnd llfnd ljnc-sr ljnc-sr ljnc-sr ljnc-sr i i man. man. man. man. Austell. Austell. Miller's Miller's Failure to Kick Two Two Goals Goals Kept Qua Qua Qua Qua kers From Tying the 'Score 'Score Dartmouth Dartmouth Worked Shift Play. Play. Xew Xew Tork. Tork. Tork. Tork. November" November" 8. 8. Dartmouth's football football teanr teanr teanr defeated th th TJaiverslty TJaiverslty TJaiverslty TJaiverslty of of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania eleven. eleven. 3 to 1 1 In a hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought hard-fought game on tbe tbe tbe Polo grounds today. today. Bach Bach t am scored three touchdowns touchdowns but ttt fallurt fallurt of Heinle Miller Miller to kick kick tiro goals from from touchdowns touchdowns touchdowns touchdowns meant meant defeat for for the the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania eleven. eleven. Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth using Its Its Its famous shirt play play gained repeatedly through the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania line and around it- it- it- it- 'ends. 'ends. 'ends. 'ends. 'ends. 'ends. Th Red and Blue eleven j Was unable to make much progreta progreta .through .through the strong Green line but resorted resorted resorted to an aerial attack attack for for ward passes passes passes being responsible for for all of its touchdowns. touchdowns. touchdowns. touchdowns. Robertson Robertson Robertson of Dartmouth Dartmouth broke his his leg leg n the the third third third third period and will t e out of of the game game for the rest of the -season. -season. -season. The line-up line-up line-up line-up line-up and summary Dartmouth I9 pos. pos. Penn. Penn. I Hayer left end .R. .R. .R. .R. .R. .R. Miller Miller Miller S&nnenberg S&nnenberg S&nnenberg S&nnenberg S&nnenberg left tacklo tacklo Tltsol Tltsol Crtap Crtap Crtap Crtap left left guard A. A. Wry Wry Cunningham Cunningham Cunningham center L. L. Wray -'Tfpung-strom -'Tfpung-strom -'Tfpung-strom -'Tfpung-strom right right guard guard .Thorns .Thorns .Thorns .Thorns .Thorns Jtnrpby right tackle Little trcshler. trcshler. right end .H. .H. Miller pnel quarterback quarterback quarterback Bell Bell Bell txrt on. on. left left halfback halfback Bruhnnr Bruhnnr Bruhnnr kberg .right .right .right .right halfback Derr Derr Derr Derr Derr rdan fullback fullback Light Light 5 Score by periods tfertmouth tfertmouth tfertmouth i. i. 7 7 7 IS IS IS ft 58 Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania 0 7 19 Dartmouth scoring Touchdown. Touchdown. Holbrook Holbrook substituting substituting substituting substituting for Eckb rt 2 2 2 Jordan Jordan Jordan .goals .goals from touchdown. touchdown. Cunningham. Cunningham. Cunningham. Cunningham. Holbrook. Holbrook. .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania .Pennsylvania Scorlnir Scorlnir Scorlnir Touch- Touch- Touch- afcw s.'Brunner. s.'Brunner. s.'Brunner. s.'Brunner. Light. Light. Bell Bell Bell goals goals Zmm Zmm Zmm touchdown. touchdown. H. H. H. H. .Miller. .Miller. .Miller. .Miller. .Miller. Referee. Referee. Referee. Referee. McCarthy McCarthy Georgetown CjHnplre. CjHnplre. CjHnplre. CjHnplre. Murphy. Murphy. Murphy. Murphy. Murphy. Brownvflsld jtidgn jtidgn jtidgn S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti S-Ttfoti w r nn rcr head head head lines- lines- lines- Time of period period period 1 minutes each. each. Men Men Who Who Who HILL OUT OUT TO SHORTEN WORLD'S WORLD'S MILE RECORDS RECORDS Walter G. G. Oeorge Oeorge has drafted drafted drafted a a schedule schedule for for A. A. O. O. O. O. O. O. Hill Hill Hill the the English English English mile mile champion champion champion runner runner when he tries to beat George's George's professional professional record of 4 minutes 12 seconds seconds and Nor Nor man Taber's Taber's Taber's world's world's world's amateur mark of of 4 minutes minutes 12 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 3-5 seconds. seconds. This This This is is is Hill's Hill's Hill's Hill's task 440 yards yards in 1 minute half-mile half-mile half-mile In 2 2 minutes 4 4 seconds seconds seconds three-quarters three-quarters three-quarters three-quarters three-quarters of a a mile in 3 minutes 10 seconds seconds seconds mile in t t t minutes minutes minutes minutes 12 seconds. seconds. seconds. seconds. This This will will require Hill Hill to cover cover cover the first first quarter in CO CO CO seconds seconds seconds seconds the second in 64 64 seconds seconds seconds seconds the third In 68 68 seconds and the fourth fourth in 62 62 62 seconds. seconds. seconds. Hoppe Champ 14 Year Year Year Willie Willie Hoppe Hoppe baa baa baa held the world's world's world's world's balkline balkline balkline billiard billiard title for 14 years years years having won it from from Maurice Vignaux at Paris. Paris. Hoppe Hoppe won practically every balklln balklln balklln title title tournament- since that time and Is considered by many experts experts the- the- greatest J tlllard tlllard player player America has ever produced. produced. Hoppe is 32 years years of'age of'age of'age and first first began play when when when when a small boy. boy. boy. boy. This individuals is a picture picture of the Oglethorpe 1919 varsity squad and some "close "close up" up" of several backfield rrien arid arid Hrrcsmeri. Hrrcsmeri. iduals from left to right are "Kid" "Kid" "Kid" "Kid" "Kid" "Kid" Simms Simms quarterback quarterback Bob Nicholas Nicholas right tackle Bill Johnson halfback "Creq" "Creq" Davenport right halfback Captain Cecil Lemon center and "Coop" "Coop" Cooper from from Commerce Commerce left tackle. tackle. The lower lower left is Hugh Hugh Hugh Hugh Hugh Hugh Turner Turner left halfback. halfback. Lower Lower right. right. right. right. "Foxey" "Foxey" "Foxey" "Foxey" Knox f ullback. ullback. ullback. ullback. \Football \Football \Football Players i I Get Better Better Chance 4 i On Northern Northern Teams Youngsters Youngsters Are Trained Trained Trained Throughout the Prep Schools and and and and Know as Much in Freshman College Year as Southerners Do in Senior. Senior. By By By Homer Homer Homer Homer George. George. I I Is Is there there there anything wrong with with southern southern southern football Are the players of the south absolutely absolutely Inferior to those of of the east and westt westt westt What is the reason reason for the contin contin ued loss of of games by teams from this this section In competition competition with i those those of other sections sections What What Is Is i the answer to such failures failures failures and is there there a cure The e questions have been been -running through my my mind for several several I years and I have discussed them with many persons not only In -the -the -the south south but In the east and west. west. Here Here Here in Atlanta since the the last Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech Pitt-Xech game It It has been a subject subject subject of of so j much talk that I am going to en- en- en- i deavor to dissect dissect the ga'me ga'me ga'me and and give j some some theories theories theories of the south's south's south's south's failures against against big teams. teams. teams. teams. First and foremost It must must be ad mitted that the south south has not produced any football football teams which could could could have done serious serious credit to her in combats against against against the teams teams teams of of other other sections sections sections if if w except the the single single team team which Tech had In 1917 that famous famous Golden Golden Tornado. Tornado. Tornado. Tornado. And that that team had at least least least one player player from the big colleges colleges and and who. who. In all all honesty honesty honesty honesty we must must admit admit admit was a questionable questionable college college man. man. I .have .have reference reference reference to Joe Guyon. Guyon. Vanderbilt. In all h r ftlory ftlory a few years afiro afiro afiro failed lamentably. lamentably. And so with the others. others. Are Are Are Boy Boy Boy Different Different Different Are our boys down here so different from from those those of of other other sections sections sections that that they simply simply lack football football class class I cannot agree agree with any any any such theory. theory. Southerners Southerners make their marks in the hottest hottest of of competition sralnst sralnst sralnst men men men of all all Other Other Other sections sections sections In In In everything else. else. else. else. Why not not fobths.ll fobths.ll fobths.ll fobths.ll fobths.ll fobths.ll Are our coaches coaches of less less less less ability ability No No de cidedly cidedly not. not. Heisman. Heisman. Heisman. Heisman. Heisman. Heisman. McOulgan McOulgan McOulgan and others are the equals equals of most coaches coaches in the colleges colleges which which which defeat defeat defeat their teams. teams. teams. This Is Is Is proven by the. the. fact fact that Warner and Heisman Heisman Heisman had ap ap ap even break break break when they were coaching In In competition competition competition down down down here. here. And they are two representative stars. stars. stars. stars. stars. Do they play each each each rough rough rough rough football elsewhere elsewhere that it defeats the south south Certainly Certainly not. not. The The The football In the east east east and and and west is is Just as as as clean as as as hare hare and not a whit rougher In so far far as as Illegitimate Illegitimate Illegitimate roughness Is Is Is concerned. concerned. concerned. concerned. In fact fact the of ficials ficials ficials ficials ficials of other sections are stricter than In the the south. south. south. south. Does Does Does the the climate climate mk mk mk the olayers olayers olayers h rdl r and faster It Is Is to laTijrh. laTijrh. laTijrh. laTijrh. laTijrh. Well. Well. Well. Well. then then then then what what is is the the matter matter if if anything anything Moatlv Moatlv Moatlv Moatlv the the easterners easterners easterners and and westerners know know m t of the rudiments rudiments rudiments pf pf pf pf 'ootball 'ootball 'ootball thin thin thin thin in the south. south. The players players lend lend themselves themselves themselves a bit more to being being being "keyed "keyed "keyed ujrf ujrf ujrf ujrf ujrf than do do our boys. boys. As As As a usuxl usuxl thing thing thing thing they they are a hit better conditioned. conditioned. conditioned. conditioned. conditioned. Their en vironment vironment vironment vironment and trslninjr trslninjr trslninjr trslninjr lend themselves to a bit harder harder playing playing than i In the case case of our boys. boys. They are' are' j j j never never inclined to easy playing. playing. The The Blx Blx Blx Rra m. m. Bvt Bvt Bvt I want to say say say that the great great great great big big big reason reason Is Is the fact that when a boy goes .on .on .on the field field to try for for a team up there he- he- he- is a real football Player even though though he he he was was never never never on on that particular particular particular particular field field before. before. before. before. This This This is is due to the excellent excellent excellent excellent excellent football football football In the prep prep schools schools and and high high high schools. schools. schools. schools. schools. It is is is a rare rare thing thing that a green green man Is Is n In In a football football squad squad squad squad In those sections. sections. Practically Practically Practically every every every man who makes makes makes makes a team Is Is Is a a ma ma ma who who has has i had three to four year's year's year's year's year's of experi- experi- experi- experi- experi- i j ence ence ence most of which has has has been un- un- un- un- i i j der the training of a high class class efficient efficient efficient coach. coach. In ether ether words words the boys who i make'the make'the make'the football teams of the 0th- 0th- 0th- 0th- 0th- j er sections sections sections are mostly real sure j j j enough enough players before they ever ever ever ever ever ever see the college. college. They know football and they they they are thoroughly trained in the rudiments of the the game. game. game. game. game. They are usually as good in their fresh fresh man years as the Boutiiern Boutiiern player player player la la when ho ho finishes finishes finishes his his four four seasons. They almost all have had had four four four years years years or more of of play. play. And when I say play I I mean of of coaching un der men men who'know who'know .their .their business. business. business. business. How many times times .have .have .have coaches coaches coaches In the south south had had to take green men and drill into their-minds their-minds their-minds the rudi rudi rudi rudi rudi ments of the game And believe believe believe me me when It comes to training training training an 18 to 80-year 80-year 80-year 80-year 80-year 80-year 80-year old man- man- man- man- tha tha rudiments rudiments of football football or anything anything It is far far different different from training one at 14 or BO. BO. And besides the coach does not have the time. time. And this lack i of fundamentals fundamentals of continuous drill drill ing in proper tackling- tackling- tackling- proper falling on the the bait bait bait proper catching- catching- catching- catching- of punts punts punts punts proper proper kicking. kicking. kicking. kicking. plays havoc with us in the south. south. The The Final Final Annvrer. Annvrer. Annvrer. Annvrer. Annvrer. Annvrer. And that that Is" Is" Is" the final answer to to all the questions 1 have quotrrt. quotrrt. quotrrt. quotrrt. quotrrt. quotrrt. quotrrt. And And the answer to that answer lies lies in'the in'the in'the proper attention to football football In the the high schools schools and prep Insti Insti Insti tutions. tutions. tutions. tutions. tutions. tutions. Good coaching as good as at college. college. is needed here and needed needed badly. badly. If If we had such we would never nave nave nave toiseek toiseek toiseek out Guy- Guy- Guy- oat oat oat or or or any other stars stars from from from other other Sections Sections Sections a has has has been done by so so many of of oar oar southern southern southern colleges when In need of of stars. stars. stars. stars. We must develop develop develop develop them here and keep them here when they they are .developed. .developed. .developed. Then and not until until then can can can vre vre vre vre vre send teams to Pitt Pitt to Chicago Chicago to Michigan Michigan Michigan or elsewhere elsewhere with with with the expectation 01 01 01 getting getting getting victories. victories. victories. victories. victories. It Is not pleasant to say that we have had professionalism In the south. south. It must be'admitted be'admitted be'admitted be'admitted be'admitted as as as truth without question. question. question. question. But other 'sec 'sec tions tions are guilty guilty in this respect also. also. also. also. But if if we develop boys into stars stars stars In j the prep schools schools and tight tight for them before there can b any any question as as as to their eligibility then we can i beat other sections. sections. sections. sections. They do It In the east east and and and west. west. west. west. So we can antf antf must do It It It It here. here. When the time time comes comes will have have as many surprises as are furnished furnished furnished by smaller colleges colleges of of other sections. sections. sections. sections. Let's Let's Let's Let's all all get get get busy coaches old football football players players and everyone everyone everyone In In terested terested In the game. game. It means means means glory for Us. Us. Us. GOTHAM ROAD DRIVERS WANT HALF-MILE HALF-MILE HALF-MILE TRACK The Road Road Drivers' Drivers' Drivers' Association Association of New New Tork Tork Tork are circulating circulating petitions petitions for for a half-mile half-mile half-mile half-mile half-mile trotting trotting trotting track to be located located located In one of of of the suburban parks of of that city similar similar similar to the the rannlcipal rannlcipal rannlcipal track t Newark. Newark. Newark. Newark. N. N. N. N. J- J- J- Tha Tha passing passing of the fiarlem fiarlem fiarlem fiarlem River Speedway Speedway de. de. prived prived the the light light harness harness fans fans fans of their their their their favorite favorite driveway. driveway. driveway. driveway. SCULLING CHAMP CHAMP GETS IN SHAPE WITH WITH RUGBY Jack Kelly Kelly of the Vesper Vesper Boat club holder of of the the national national single single single scull scull scull scull scull championship championship championship championship 'who 'who aspires aspires to try try to lift lift tbe tbe diamond sculls sculls sculls at the the Royal Royal English English Henley Henley next next summer. summer. summer. summer. Is kfepln kfepln kfepln In shap shap shap shap by playing rugby football football football In Philadelphia OA'B OA'B OA'B WORD I.ED I.ED I.ED I.ED I.ED TO AXOTHEK. AXOTHEK. AXOTHEK. AXOTHEK. AXOTHEK. AXOTHEK. I JACK JACK JACK JACK JACK JACK JACK ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE ,1JOVLE CHIHP9 CHIHP9 CHIHP9 that the toughest thing thing Hoppe Hoppe Hoppe Hoppe has to pull pull In a billiard billiard billiard match is to keep from from laughing. laughing. Willie Willie Willie is the the the St. St. Swithin Swithin Swithin of of billiards. billiards. billiards. billiards. billiards. billiards. When he gets hold of of of the elephant's elephant's elephant's elephant's elephant's teeth he hoots hoots hoots forty forty days I and forty forty nights. nights. HOPrK HOPrK HOPrK IS SOMETHING SOMETHING MKE MKE TUB TUB MOO K on a a moose moose hunting clinic. clinic. clinic. The The The reason reason why so so many moose are flattened is becaure becaure they they they stop to laugh. laugh. laugh. laugh. laugh. All moose moose hunters wear wear red derbies to prevent 'em 'em 'em from from being j j mif taken for a moose. moose. As As we chirped before before some guys guys guys would have to wear carmine opera hats hats when fishing. fishing. I IV IV OHDFH OHDFH OHDFH TO TO TO MAKE MAKE ALL ALL THINGS EQUAL EQUAL EQUAL nature supplies the moose with with an intelligent-looking intelligent-looking intelligent-looking intelligent-looking intelligent-looking intelligent-looking fcfiehead fcfiehead so so that he won'U won'U won'U won'U be mistaken for a I I hunter. hunter. DEMON' DEMON' DEMON' DEMON' DEMON' 'RL'DTYOV 'RL'DTYOV 'RL'DTYOV 'RL'DTYOV CHAPERONED CHAPERONED A PA TV of New York sportine sportine sportine sportine writers up into into the Canadian Club woods. woods. woods. It was quite quite quite a promenade. promenade. Fifteen hundred miles aa aa the Old Crow flies. flies. flies. flies. The Demon Demon Demon was the first bird to spot a moote. moote. moote. moote. moote. moote. Hestared at the moose and the meose meose lamped lamped him. him. One word led to another and the moose kicked the Demon for a goal from a difficult angle. angle. Durins Durins the dance the Demon's Demon's gun went democratic and knocked knocked the moose moose thne thne thne loose. loose. If If Ranyon Ranyon Ranyon Ranyon hadn't hadn't been dressed dressed like like like a Jockey Jockey he would never never never never never have croaked Mr. Mr. Moose who thought that the the Demon only wanted to ride. ride. BILL BILL BILL BILL SPGKKHAX SPGKKHAX SPGKKHAX SPGKKHAX SPGKKHAX SPGKKHAX Cap Houston Houston Irvjn Irvjn Cobb Boze Boze Bulger Bulger Harry Wilson. Wilson. Bill Bill MacBeth MacBeth MacBeth MacBeth and. and. Hype Igoe Igoe heavily heavily heavily heavily heavily outnumbered by their guides guides vf vf vf trip. trip. They didn't didn't didn't didn't earn anything. anything. anything. anything. anything. anything. but foreign service service service stripes. stripes. stripes. stripes. all all on the CAP CAP CAP CUT-LOOSE CUT-LOOSE CUT-LOOSE CUT-LOOSE CUT-LOOSE CUT-LOOSE at a mean-looking mean-looking mean-looking mean-looking mean-looking moose at 40 feet feet and knocked several hats hats off his antlers. antlers. The moose was a pt pt pt pt from from a. a. Swedish boarding boarding boarding house and thought that Cap Cap wanted to hang hang his kelly kelly up. up. The Swedes Swedes Swedes wanted wanted the Cap to furnish 'em 'em new hatr. hatr. hatr. hatr. One word led. led. to another another and by the the the the time time the bottle got around to the Cap the the flask was empty. empty. AFTER AFTER AFTER AFTER LOOKING LOOKING LOOKING LOOKING LOOKING ALL OVER OVER OVER CANADA for a moose. moose. moose. moose. Bill McGeehan McGeehan came bark bark to New York and bought a ticket to the Bronx zoo. zoo. B1JI B1JI said said said the party was never in danger danger as moose are vegetarians. vegetarians. vegetarians. Every time time MacBeth pulled the trigger the gun kicked him back back 10 10 yards and and Mac had to punt out of. of. of. danger. danger. TAe TAe TAe TAe moose got too too close to Mac Mac Mac to hurt 'em. 'em. There wasn't wasn't enough distance for for the bullet to work work up any speed. speed. HYPE HYPE HYPE HYPE HYPE HYPE ICOE. ICOE. ICOE. ICOE. WHO WHO WHO WHO WHO PI.AYS PI.AYS PI.AYS THE THE UKULELE UKULELE UKULELE UKULELE on a morning newspaper. newspaper. newspaper. newspaper. Is' Is' an old mitt a't a't the moose- moose- game. game. He He He dropped -one -one -one in Jack's Jack's Jack's Jack's with a sugar sugar bowl. bowl. bowl. bowl. Hype Hype Hype Hype Hype Hype got into a fuss with the head waiter waiter one word led to another and Hype finally finally told the waiter waiter what he he thought of of him over the telephone. Hype vamped a bull bull moose with'his with'his ukulele. ukulele. After After the moose got in shooting distance Hype Hype Hype Hype Hype lost hi hi nerve and and and and changed changed changed the conversation. conversation. One word led to another and and it was lucky for for for Hype Hype that the moose moose didn't didn't didn't have a stepladder. stepladder. THE THE THE MOOSK MOOSK ARE so THICK in the Canadian Canadian Club woods woods woods woods that a traffic traffic traffic cop is stationed stationed every 30 feet. feet. The .only .only .only .only moose harvested harvested by the newspaper bunch was the one clipped clipped by Runyon. Runyon. It was too young young young to walk and and too mad mad to run. run. THFRB THFRB WKHE WKHE WKHE WKHE 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 4.1.000.000 high-peppered high-peppered high-peppered high-peppered high-peppered Slug Slug fired fired at the moose without 'a 'a return. return. Which'Rhows Which'Rhows Which'Rhows Which'Rhows the value of of of artillery preparation. preparation. Boze Bulger would have have have have have done better if if he hadn't hadn't left his moose moose moose spectacles spectacles home on the piano. piano. piano. piano. THE DEMON DEMON DEMON RUNYOX RUNYOX MOOSE MOOSE looked looked something something like a large large rat after the seven lean lean years years enjoyed by the Egyptians. Egyptians. The boys boys figured on taking It down to a toy shop to be stuffed. stuffed. stuffed. stuffed. It didn't didn't have enough horns to make make a set of vest vest buttons buttons buttons buttons but the guides admitted It would have been been a moose if if it lived. lived. lived. lived. NEVERTHELESS NEVERTHELESS NEVERTHELESS very bimbo on th expedition expedition claimed claimed claimed Vie Vie Vie flattened the moose moose which led led led to a big argument In a Toronto cafe. cafe. cafe. cafe. One word word led to another another another another -with -with the result that some some some Canadian barkeep still still has has the check check on his his hands. hands. Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Battled Battled South Carolina Carolina 6-6 6-6 6-6 Columbia Columbia S. S. C. C. C. November November In a a game game featured featured by the forward forward forward passing passing passing of Carolina the the University of Tennessee Tennessee and and the University or South South Carolina played to a tie here here this afternoon. afternoon. 9 9 9 to S. S. S. S. The The visitors visitors visitors scored scored In the first first three three three three minutes minutes of play play when H. H. Blair went went over for for 'a 'a touchdown after after this this this player player and McCabe had ad vanced vanced vanced the ball to within within one yard yard of of the the goal by three three runs off tackle tackle after after receiving receiving receiving the the klckoff. klckoff. klckoff. klckoff. klckoff. klckoff. Thereafter the ball ball was principally lit lit lit Tennessee's Tennessee's Tennessee's Tennessee's territory. territory. A forward pan pan netting netting netting thirty thirty yardi yardi yardi yardi from TImtnons TImtnons TImtnons to Captain Brocklngton Brocklngton Brocklngton Brocklngton gave Carolina its its touchdown early early early in the the the second second second pe riod. riod. riod. riod. riod. riod. Carolina Carolina completed completed twelve twelve twelve forward passes passes passes out of sixteen at tempted tempted while eight eight effort effort by by Tennessee resulted resulted resulted resulted In In failures. failures. Carolina Carolina Carolina suffered suffered suffered suffered suffered from numerous penalties penalties penalties while the Volunteers Volunteers Volunteers w w ra penalised penalised penalised penalised only only once- once- once- Llvrv. Llvrv. Llvrv. Llvrv. Llvrv. Llvrv. Carolina t t t o Foa T nne l l a Smith L.B L.B L.B L.B Lane Lane Walte Walte L.T L.T L.T Lowe Lowe c. c. Thomas Thomas .L.O. .L.O. Henderson Henderson Henderson Henderson Smith Smith C. C. C. Robinson Robinson Robinson Robinson Crawford Crawford .R.Q .R.Q .R.Q .R.Q .R.Q .R.Q Russell Russell Russell Russell McMillan McMillan R.T. R.T. R.T. R.T. Undsey B'ckington B'ckington B'ckington B'ckington c..R.E. c..R.E. c..R.E. R. R. R. R. R. R. Blair Blair Blair Simmons .Q.B .Q.B .Q.B .Q.B McCabe McCabe McCabe Skinner .I .I H. H. Evan Evan Evan Blonnt Blonnt Blonnt .R.H. .R.H. H.'Blair H.'Blair Goodman Goodman F.B. F.B. F.B. F.B. Hatcher Hatcher Hatcher Score Score bjt bjt bjt Periods Periods 1 1 a a a S S Tennessee 0 0 0 Carolina .1..0 .1..0 .1..0 0 0 C Substitution Substitution Substitution Substitution Tenneise Tenneise Tenneise Tenneise Bradford Bradford Bradford for Robinson. Robinson. Diets Diets for for Evans Evans Evans for Carolina. Carolina. Carolina. Carolina. Seaborn Seaborn Seaborn for for Blount. Blount. Blount. Carolina Carolina Carolina scoring Touchdown Brocklngton Brocklngton Brocklngton Brocklngton Brocklngton goal goal goal goal tnlssd tnlssd tnlssd tnlssd from from touchdown. touchdown. B. B. B. .Smith.- .Smith.- .Smith.- .Smith.- .Smith.- .Smith.- Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee coring coring Touchdown H. H. H. Blair goal jnlssed jnlssed from' from' touchdown. touchdown. Hatcher Hatcher place place kick missed missed Hatch r. r. Ref- Ref- Ref- Ref- Kdgerton Kdgerton Kdgerton Kdgerton Davidson Davidson Davidson Umpire Umpire Umpire Henderson Henderson Ohio W van Head Unesman Osborne Ted" Ted" Ted" Doremus Doremus Witnessed Honolulu Event and Says Islanders Get Good Returns Out Out of Clay Pigeon Shooting. Shooting. BY BY BY PETER PETER B. B. CARNEY CARNEY CARNEY CARNEY The The Trap hooting Dopmter. Dopmter. Dopmter. Dopmter. Dopmter. While on the the way to China China to assume assume assume his duties as as general east east ern manager of the duPont de Ne Ne Ne Ne mours mours mours mours Export company. company. "T "T d" d" ITore- ITore- ITore- ITore- mus mus mus mus former president of of the Inter- Inter- Inter- Inter- state state Trapshootlng Trapshootlng association association association topped In Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu for for a a week to witness witness the Territorial Fair Clay Pigeon Pigeon tournament tournament tournament and "Ted" "Ted" "Ted" was' was' was' was' very much impressed impressed with the growth of trapshooting in tha tha glorious Pacific Pacific Island Island and with tne tne tne sportsmen sportsmen he met. met. In a letter to the writer writer Mr. Mr. Mr. Dore Dore Dore Dore mus eayi eayi that that the Hawaiian Hawaiian Hawaiian have have have have the right idea on a trapshooting trapshooting trapshooting irogram never shooting more than 0 targets in one day. day. and. and. therefore they shoot oftener and and and get more pleasure from from the the cport cport cport cport than those of us In the States States who ahoot ahoot ahoot ahoot enough In In In one afternoon to last last us over several several weeks. weeks. weeks. It was was intensely hot when when the Territorial fair shooting tournament waa waa held and the" the" the" shooters were were protected from the sun sun by a cover of of augar augar cane and palm leaves. leaves. leaves. leaves. This cover" cover" cover" was 16 16 feet above the the ground ground and and itrange itrange as as as it may seem seem seem the shooting shooting under cover cover didn't didn't didn't didn't bother bother tbe tbe ears ears at all. all. Attractive prizes were given and the shoot was conducted by the Hawaii Hawaii Polo and Cun Cun club one of the the finest finest finest clubs on the the the island. island. island. island. All the courtesies Of Of the the sport sport are closely followed followed followed by the Hawaiian hooter hooter hooter Not only are the the hooters hooters hooters the same same same type type type of sportsmen sportsmen that that one meets in this country country but they they they ar progressive progressive too. too. 1C 1C was necessary to nil nil out..an out..an entry blank for th t rhoot. rhoot. rhoot. rhoot. rhoot. and all all all entries closed several. several. day day day previous previous previous to to the shoot shoot Jn t as as as they do do for for amateur track and field field field sports in this country. country. country. country. Five expert expert expert expert and one -western -western trap were used all all Installed Installed Installed Installed in one-traphouse. one-traphouse. one-traphouse. one-traphouse. Besides Besides the championship championship of Hawaii which was was was von von by Lee Aus Aus Aus tin tin a riTimber riTimber riTimber riTimber riTimber of of singles singles singles and dou dou bles bles bles events events events at at known and. and. and. and. unknown angles angles were shot shot also also also ten target target target target at unknown angle angle -with -with -with the con con con con testant testant testant seated seated In chairs. chairs. chairs. chairs. chairs. chairs. J. J. K K Harvey Harvey had had won won the championship championship championship championship of of the the Islands Islands for for for ten year year year year pre vious vious vious vious to Austin's Austin's Austin's Austin's triumph. triumph. triumph. triumph. It is is not only only In Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii Hawaii that that trap trap shooting shooting 1 prospering. prospering. prospering. prospering. Wherever Wherever Wherever Wherever the Star Star Star and Stripes Stripes Stripes art art unfurled unfurled unfurled you will will soon soon soon soon soon find find a trapbooting trapbooting trapbooting club. club. club. club. Since the "war "war "war closed th th Trapshooting Trapshooting Trapshooting Trapshooting Trapshooting Club of Shanghai Shanghai Shanghai Chins Chins Chins has been revived' revived' and -hold -hold -hold -hold weekly weekly shoots. shoots. shoots. shoots. Through Through the the the cantl cantl sane sane there are a a great nuny- nuny- run run clubs clubs and-Alaska and-Alaska and-Alaska Is Is Is well well -dotted -dotted -dotted with trapshooters. trapshooters. trapshooters. trapshooters. trapshooters. trapshooters. Antrala Antrala Antrala Antrala Antrala -ten' -ten' -ten' -ten' -ten' In In In f or trapjhootlnsr trapjhootlnsr trapjhootlnsr trapjhootlnsr quite extensively. and In the the Phllllpolnes Phllllpolnes Phllllpolnes Phllllpolnes they they they they do ft lot of of ehootla ehootla ehootla ehootla at' at' the traps. traps. traps. traps. On On On On of th e days we will fee fee fee fee fee telling telling you you you you thtt thtt trspihootlng trspihootlng trspihootlng trspihootlng Is Is the real inter national sport. sport. -J -J It isn'tout isn'tout of -order -order tn tn lafornr lafornr lafornr lafornr yo'J yo'J tn t an Am rlesn. rlesn. J. J. J. J. H. H. H. H. H. H. Floyd.of Floyd.of Paint TJek. TJek. TJek. TJek. Ky Ky -won' -won' -won' the 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l 'transhoot-l Ing Ing championship of -th -th PbillppUc PbillppUc UPTON'S UPTON'S UPTON'S UPTON'S CHALLENGER CHALLENGER CHALLENGER IN SPLENDID SHAPE SHAPE Although Sir Sir Thomas' Thomas' LIpton'B LIpton'B LIpton'B LIpton'B LIpton'B LIpton'B cup Challenger Shamrock IV ha ha ha ha been laid laid up at' at' at' at' the James James Shewan shipyard shipyard shipyard at" at" at" the foot-of foot-of foot-of foot-of Twenty- Twenty- seventh seventh street. street. South Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Brooklyn. Brooklyn. N. N. Y Y for for more more than five five five five years it is is reported reported reported the .vessel .vessel .vessel .vessel .vessel is is in excellent excellent excellent shape. shape. The same is said of the Herreshoff cup cup defense yacht yacht Resolute now resting resting at at the historic historic Bristol Bristol yards yards yards yards yards where. where. h6 was built at. at. Narragansett bay aa Is Is the VanUie VanUie VanUie the candidate owned by Alex Alex Smith Cochran Cochran and designed by William Gardner- Gardner- Gardner- of of New New -York. -York. -York. MERMAID ISMARRIEDf ISMARRIEDf ISMARRIEDf ISMARRIEDf SISTERi SISTERi SISTERi SISTERi DEFENDS TITLE TITLE His Olga Olga Dofner Dofner champion champion sprint sprint sprint swimmer of this country from from 85 85 to to 300 yards yards yards will compete no more having recently recently married married Harry E. E. E. Schoenhut Schoenhut a Philadelphia business man man Olga'a Olga'a Olga'a Olga'a .mantle .mantle of aquatle aquatle prowess will fall fall upon the shoul shoul ders ders of her younger sister. sister. Edna who ta ta a capable swimmer. swimmer. swimmer. swimmer. Flying Flying Petrels Petrels Lose To Sewanee's Sewanee's Tigers Tigers to 0 on Playing in Driz2ling Driz2ling Rain Coach Anderson's Anderson's Silver Silver Lake Machine Machine Was Downed Before Before Savage Attack of Tennesseeans. Tennesseeans. Tennesseeans. Tennesseeans. Sewariee Sewariee Sewariee Sewariee Tenn- Tenn- Tenn- November S. S. S. S. S \vanee \vanee \vanee defeated Oglethorpe Oglethorpe university of Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta today 21 21 to 0 on a a a field field slippery slippery from from a light rain rain rain which which had fallen fallen fallen off and On all all day. day. day. day. Although the ball ball was was slick. slick. Sewanee tried ten forward forward forward passe three three being successful successful successful and Oglethorpe attempted five five passes passes passes passes only only one of which which worked and that for for for 20 yards. yards. .The .The Tiger Tiger Tiger seemed able to make make the distance except in a few instance instance when when near the Petrels Petrels Petrels Petrels Petrels goal making at least sixteen first first downs to Oglethorpe'a Oglethorpe'a Oglethorpe'a six. six. For For For Sewanee Sewanee Sewanee tha tha best playing was was done by Coughlan Coughlan and .Captain .Captain Harper on offense offense and Querry Querry and Brady on on on defense defense defense defense defense while Clark showed good form form form getting off off punts-not punts-not punts-not punts-not punts-not one being blocked his kicks averaging about about forty yards. yards. BANNER INDOOR TENNIS TENNIS SEASON IS EXPECTED The The comlpg comlpg Indoor a on will be U fortieth fortieth in the history history history of the Seventh Seventh Ktgirotnt.-clob. Ktgirotnt.-clob. Ktgirotnt.-clob. Ktgirotnt.-clob. Ktgirotnt.-clob. New New New York York York city city city and with with the biggest member member ship ship on record record record record including more than 100 women tennis players players -a -a banner banner year year in in the the indoor tennl tennl tennl -game -game -game -game .1 .1 expected. expected. expected. expected. expected. Sport Shorti. Shorti. Shorti. Shorti. Shorti. Shorti. Providence enjoys legalized legalized legalized Sun day football. football. Wisconsin university university university cross-country squad squad squad numbers three three hundred hundred athletes. athletes. athletes. athletes. Pennsylvania expect expect to Issue Issue 3Z5. 3Z5. 3Z5. 3Z5. 000 hunters' hunters' hunters' hunters' hunters' hunters' licenses costing costing ft each. each. each. each. Mayor Church Church of of Toronto Toronto Toronto Toronto favors favors favors favors favors constructing constructing three athletic eUdi- eUdi- eUdi- ums ums to accommodate accommodate accommodate accommodate accommodate the citizens' citizens' citizens' citizens' citizens' athletic athletic athletic activities. activities. activities. activities. Since Since Since I8S9 I8S9 I8S9 the United States States ha ha produced 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 7,700.009 automobiles automobiles automobiles automobiles Rutgers will Introduce Introduce water water polo to It winter Indoor ports. ports. ports. ports. Legalized boxing netted N'ew N'ew j r- r- s V 6 U2 .OS .OS for for for the fiscal fiscal year year ending ending ending September September September September September September 30 last. last. last. last. The The The University University University of of Illinois Illinois Illinois Illinois school school for for athletic coaches ha seventy- seventy- five students' students' students' students' N. N. Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho Y.SehoolSho t. t. t. t. The annual outdoor rifle chart/ chart/ pionshlp pionshlp pionshlp tournament tournament of of the New York York York Public Public School Athletic I agu will be held on on the the the Feeksklll Feeksklll range on November November 15. 15. -A -A this year. year. -And -And right now Mr. Mr. Floyd Floyd is is is in in this country country country payiag a. a. visit to Paint Lick and and and surrounding coun coun try- try- 'V' 'V' The Manilla club Is Is Is Is bne -of -of tW- tW- finest finest JTDIV JTDIV JTDIV JTDIV JTDIV clubaIn Hheworld Hheworld Hheworld Hheworld na st In ererjr ererjr r n ct If If na a"Won- a"Won- a"Won- dcrful dcrful club club magnificent magnificent snootln snootln rounoV rounoV and and ts ts a. a. j lv or ran- ran- Izntlon. Izntlon. Izntlon. Izntlon. Izntlon. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. MorerwJll. b told about about this club Ini Ini later artleUs. artleUs. rioyoVlike- rioyoVlike- all TIentucklans.Jfearn TIentucklans.Jfearn ed'a ed'a lot about about firearms In his yonlh yonlh yonlh and. and. and. did did conslderablf conslderablf conslderablf ram- ram- hootlng before before tolng tolng to Manila Manila Manila but nev nev r ld- ld- ld- ld- ld- anything anything wanAnrtul wanAnrtul wanAnrtul wanAnrtul at the the trao trao trao trao H visited the the Manila club at th- th- tlme tlme of the champtot hlp without runu runu runu He-was He-was He-was ln ItHl to to partlnlp partlnlp barrflwxlia barrflwxlia barrflwxlia barrflwxlia ran an l hi'olt hi'olt hi'olt hi'olt hi'olt 'lW 'lW 'lW 'lW 'lW ot ot -JOfl -JOfl tirRets and tb champion-c- champion-c- champion-c- champion-c- Sports Sports Sports Threw Bomb" Bomb" Into Southern Affairs by Defeat Crimson Crimson 16 to J2 J2 in the 'Most 'Most 'Most Thrilling' Thrilling' dpntest dpntest of of Season. Season. Season. Season. Kashyllle Tenri Tenri Tenri November November November November November November In one one of the most most sensational and and stubbornly fought games ever ever ever played on on Dudley field the Commodores came Into Into "their "their "their "their "their own this this this afternoon by upsetting all the dope- dope- and defeating tha. tha. tha. tha. tha. tha. highly highly highly touted Crimson Crimson team team of of the University of Alabama by the score pf pf 16 to If. If. If. If. If. .With .With the tiejd tiejd slippery slippery from from from light- light- light- rains- rains- rains- the game game was nip1 nip1 nip1 and -tuck -tuck throughout. throughout. throughout. throughout. When When the final final whistle blew the the two teams were were sep sep sep arated arated arated by by the scant margin of jT field goal goal and and a goal goal from touchdown. Lineup and summary summary summary VANDERBILT. VANDERBILT. VANDERBILT. VANDERBILT. VANDERBILT. Pos. Pos. Pos. Pos. ALABAMA. ALABAMA. ALABAMA. ALABAMA. Adams Adams R. R. R. R. E. E. E. E. Boone Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb Lipscomb R. R. R. R. T. T. Rodger Rodger Rodger C. C. R. R. R. R. G. G. .V. .V. Johnson C. C. Sessions Sessions L L L G. G. G. G. G. Jones L. L. L. L. TXC.v. TXC.v. Brown .L. .L. E. E. E. E. J. J. J. J. HovaAer HovaAer Sherman Q. Q. B. B. \V. \V. \V. \V. Hovater Hovater Zerfoss Zerfoss Ri tL-r tL-r tL-r \.s \.s OConner OConner OConner .Richardson .Richardson L. L. L. L. H. H. Lenolr Lenolr Lenolr Lenolr Wlggs Wlggs F. F. B. B. Stevenson SubstituUontr- SubstituUontr- SubstituUontr- For Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Vanderbllt Wade for Westgate Westgate Berryhlll Berryhlll Berryhlll for for for for Richardson. Richardson. Holmes if or LJpgcomb LJpgcomb Floyfl Floyfl for Wade. Wade. Bockaer Bockaer for Hendriz for Alabama Alabama Alabama well for for O'Con- O'Con- O'Con- r -4A -4A nor. nor. Thqmalson Thqmalson Thqmalson for Rtfone Rtfone Good for for Brown Brown Brown Bartlett for V1' V1' V1' V1' Hoval Hoval r Counts Counts Counts for Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Johnson. Touchdowns Stevenson J Ber Ber Ber ry hllL Zerfoss Zerfoss Bailey Bailey Bailey Early Early Hendrir- Hendrir- Hendrir- Cody C. C. Weetgate Weetgate Piefd. Piefd. Piefd. O Cmpire Cmpire Cmpire Cmpire Counwlman Counwlman V.- V.- P. P. L /cferee /cferee 'Walker 'Walker iYlrginla iYlrginla iYlrginla heafl heafl heafl Inesman. Inesman. Inesman. Street Auburn J .Time .Time .Time of quarters 15 15 minutes. minutes. Have Federation of Shoot Shoot ers ers With Clubs in in Five Counties-Recently Counties-Recently Counties-Recently Held Chamjionship Chamjionship Girl of 11Y 11Y 11Y PETBn PETBn PETBn PETBn P. P. CAHNEY CAHNEY CAHNEY CAHNEY Editor Editor -National -National -National gpvrtsSyadjeate. gpvrtsSyadjeate. gpvrtsSyadjeate. gpvrtsSyadjeate. gpvrtsSyadjeate. We'- We'- We'- We'- want-to. want-to. want-to. .tell..you .tell..you something- something- something- about about the women trapsbooters trapsbooters of Kansas and at the same time time want want o add add a few words words words about about tjie tjie young ady who who who won the first first woman1 woman1 woman1 woman1 woman1 trap-shooting trap-shooting trap-shooting trap-shooting trap-shooting championihip championihip of that tate. tate. r They havea Federation Federation ot ot Worn- Worn- Worn- Worn- n Trapshooters Trapshooters .in .in Kansas that that has 1 brly-five brly-five brly-five brly-five brly-five brly-five brly-five member member and with shoo't- shoo't- shoo't- shoo't- shoo't- shoo't- ng clubs Itt'flt-e Itt'flt-e Itt'flt-e Itt'flt-e counties" counties" counties" counties" it is the' the' idea idea of th'e th'e federation to have a woman' woman' woman' woman' shooting shooting shooting club in every city and hamlet in the state and wom wom wom wom en as a a rule rule rule accomplish every thing thing they- they- they- sit .thtlf .thtlf minds on dolhr. dolhr. dolhr. dolhr. Consequently vre vre vre vre look for Kansas Kansas Kansas Kansas to be dottedwith dottedwith women's women's trapahoot- trapahoot- trapahoot- trapahoot- ae ae .cinbs .cinbs Within the' the' next few ears. ears. And if the -women -women of .Kansas .Kansas .Kansas .Kansas catf do this there is no reason under the'sun the'sun "why "why "why "why "why the women "of "of every every other slate slate and in every every one of the .Canadian .Canadian dominion dominion dominion dominion cannot cannot organize' organize' federations and and and women' women' women' women' gun club club club Annie Oakley and and Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Topperweln Topperweln have .proved .proved for these these these many many year year that women can shoot shoot shoot shoot as well well as men. men. A11 A11 they need Is the eame eame amount of practice. practice. Miss Miss Mary-'Campbell Mary-'Campbell Mary-'Campbell Mary-'Campbell the l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- l8-year- old old miss who broke 88 target target un un derthe most"adverse most"adverse conditions conditions conditions and and won .the .the championship title is is spoken of In Kansas as as a future future future rival j for-Mr for-Mr for-Mr nlOpp. nlOpp. nlOpp. nlOpp. The day of of the championship -shoot -shoot -shoot -shoot the the wind" wind" blew blew blew strongly strongly and the spring spring on the trap could could .not .not .not be adjusted properly properly properly properly and tbcv targets targets targets were thrown thrown about about JO JO JO JO -ds. -ds. about 35 yards further than they they should have gone. gone. Consequent Consequent ly ly ly they were harder to hit. hit. Mis Mis Mis Mis Campbell Campbell began shooting shooting at a a standard standard trap last last last last May-and May-and May-and May-and May-and upt to the present time ha ha shot at 2,009 2,009 2,009 2,009 target target for aa aa average of 15 15 por cent. cent. cent. cent. For year year she she she she shot shot shot a rifle and has won -more -more than a score of 7 7 7 trophies trophies trophies In rifle rifle competition. competition. competition. competition. competition. It It It It wasn't wasn't at all all difficult difficult for- for- for- for- ftertOi take up shotgun shtootlng. shtootlng. shtootlng. shtootlng. But- But- But- But- But- shooting isn't isn't tha tha only thing the Hallna Hallna young lady esceu esceu at. at. She 1 rated rated as the the fastest fastest fastest .female .female swim swim swim swim mer mer In In Kansas Kansas Kansas and- and- has a goodly number of trophic trophic to back up th 1 StatemeflU- StatemeflU- StatemeflU- StatemeflU- StatemeflU- StatemeflU- StatemeflU- Thrt/ugh Thrt/ugh Thrt/ugh Thrt/ugh Thrt/ugh Thrt/ugh Mis Mis Campbell Campbell women's women's women's women's rifle rifle rifle rifle ahooting ahooting ahooting ahooting and and svvlmmins clubs clubs clubs have have been formed In galiha. galiha. galiha. galiha. whtoh whtoh whtoh .1 .1 on of the mont mont mont mont progrf Iv athletic towns In the country. country. It It Is a regular town. town. If-you If-you If-you donrt donrt believe us us get this 61nce 61nce the the woman's woman's -3 -3 -3 state championship five gun- gun- cluix cluix sve been fornifd. fornifd. fornifd. fornifd. one belonging ta ta the state state federation federation one men'n1 men'n1 men'n1 men'n1 club club formed formed formed of old hootr-rc hootr-rc hootr-rc hootr-rc hootr-rc one tx ys club. club. pne pne -marrl -marrl -marrl tk women women women women club and a girls' girls' girls' girls' club for smalt- smalt- smalt- smalt- bore and and 41 -gaui -gaui shooting. shooting. Bach Bach one 'of 'of these these these clan-'shoots clan-'shoots clan-'shoots clan-'shoots on thc Sallna Sallna Sallna Sallna .Ladies .Ladies .Ladies Trapuhootlng Trapuhootlng club- club- club- club- ground one'of one'of then st shooting -f -f parks In the west. west. west. And And And 'all 'all 'all shoot shoot shoot one one each-WPek each-WPek each-WPek each-WPek each-WPek on aiffprrnt aiffprrnt days days .The .The federation federation federation expect expect to hold hold hoot hoot In very very coflnt coflnt prior to/ to/ the the rchamplonrhlp rchamplonrhlp rchamplonrhlp rchamplonrhlp rchamplonrhlp tn tn 1920. 1920. Women Women of other other state state take notles- notles- notles- notles- JfAINSMENHEtD JfAINSMENHEtD 51 t l"'O' l"'O' S'E S'E - OR' OR' E. E. LY \.l \.l 1 BY SPRING HILL t I igl'l igl'l e C O ig tfor T O er In i F eld. eld. 2f/ 2f/ 'r 'r i/ i/ i/ B.-Speon altel- altel- D oD a' a' scor\ scor\ 'r 'r lao& lao& featuredbT :1fIXl31C :1fIXl31C scqrfl f w n4 drlullu drlullu o -tk' -tk' -tk' Jt \the \the .t .t cover d .as'a1mo"t .as'a1mo"t .as'a1mo"t t" t" tbemn /f /f 'J 'J &me &me The.Auburn The.Auburn 'jw 'jw C b tA i7- i7- Ji .t"t .t"t i .i-J .i-J .i-J r eUlrt fe tlvlties 1 "j "j toll owed t.j t.j I I v gr t h P -ij -ij ot f r sa Ins b. b. all I i. i. evern te te te I' I' 42t. 42t. an&er an&er h\ h\ i' i' J theseconlJ theseconlJ theseconlJ se- se- t HIIl'sIS- HIIl'sIS- HIIl'sIS- ame. ame. iff. iff. it I. I. be.trayed be.trayed ctownll'on ctownll'on ctownll'on dl ta.nc&run ta.nc&run rCe4 b l1c'a l1c'a P bIR n rfOll bl.U bl.U th'oughout th'oughout 't..the. 't..the. 'baU 'baU the'thlrd the'thlrd the'thlrd t lall 'd. 'd. 3me OnJ10ne or tootbalt'characterlzed tootbalt'characterlzed tootbalt'characterlzed th .r .r o PI gp gl lIp- lIp- pet' pet' t t. t. i I .anttln. .anttln. .anttln. onner. onner. 1. 1. 1. W Wlnglin 'i 'i Tra 1" 1" -:8uml1Jar-ubstlt -:8uml1Jar-ubstlt -:8uml1Jar-ubstlt -:8uml1Jar-ubstlt JtiOn\ JtiOn\ ur- ur- 1 12-10. 12-10. 12-10. 12-10. Har-j Har-j Har-j 1'18. 1'18. 1'18. 1'18. 1'18. 1'18. Hea I I AUlt lI. lI. DARTMOUTH WINS I OVER PENN 20-T9 20-T9 20-T9 20-T9 20-T9 20-T9 20-T9 I ew ovembe S.-Dan- S.-Dan- S.-Dan- S.-Dan- S.-Dan- S.-Dan- S.-Dan- i e e OI n e .t .t 7'r 7'r af doft nl MVf'k MVf'k two&'Oal. two&'Oal. f t. t. fY ID dusI f i elymo r e Tbe Tbe Tbe f t uUb.bihe uUb.bihe t t e 8 flrlr l 'if 'if beln I'up I'up nstble 2- 2- 'I& 'I& g e o oupdg outb. outb. t t In i be Vi- Vi- thf'.sea.on. thf'.sea.on. summar summar no nn. nn. (18) (18) (18) (18) 'er. 'er. 'er. 'er. Tlt. Tlt. 1 Wr y 1 UDlratrom UDlratrom ls er r.f r.f t l .it .it lim Ctl1nel. Ctl1nel. i.1'obut.op. i.1'obut.op. i.1'obut.op. i.1'obut.op. i.1'obut.op. t J i e 'b 'b 'Pe 'Pe tk -O -O -O -O -O I .6 .6 C C 7-19 7-19 7-19 7-19 7-19 .corlnc---Touchdown. .corlnc---Touchdown. .corlnc---Touchdown. .corlnc---Touchdown. .corlnc---Touchdown. .corlnc---Touchdown. H. H. olbtook ECkber.l' ECkber.l' I .goal.tram .goal.tram CUnnla ham. ham. 6w.'Brunner. 6w.'Brunner. 6w.'Brunner. oala J I McCart by Geor eto"n eto"n ntJlre. ntJlre. Brown Brown field .d1 .d1 .n .n Iw&1"'O'f'- Iw&1"'O'f'- Iw&1"'O'f'- Iw&1"'O'f'- Iw&1"'O'f'- Iw&1"'O'f'- o o JZ- JZ- q" q" T'r T'r jl'-'t jl'-'t jl'-'t jl'-'t jl'-'t on. on. ff 1'imeoofP 1'imeoofP rl011" rl011" n n m1 tu eac1l't tr. tr. 1. 1. l f 1:8.'n. 1:8.'n. 1:8.'n. .3 .3 1 t. t. I. I. njlo/i njlo/i njlo/i ui. ui. I. I. a D D \I',5 \I',5 \I',5 Qbab .Or .Or .8 .uJ.a .uJ.a U II'gt II'gt I II' II' f j @i /U /U ArePtll i1tg Qgl h.orpe h.orpe Qn Qn JiiiltiJg j 1-I I I I I I h l halt. halt. mile mile' mile' Y car. car. eV oC' oC' age I am all 1 1919v.arsity 1919v.arsity an d tri natJ.dti natJ.dti J'i. J'i. quarter ac k Jo 1nson haHb k"Cr k"Cr l ft Th I iFCotb ll PI ayers i I i T ams I G or.f' or.f' l ythl ootb ootb ll InterIor nIJ cantin-I cantin-I cantin-I .ecU .ecU Jns w r I TheJe TheJe quel dons ha \"ebeen \"ebeen \"ebeen i or dlscu 8ed m ny peril on. on. Ive th t R.ne R.ne ad. ad. ad. S r.ou r.ou WI WI tea -t -t at r Van der- der- her ltlol' ltlol' And.o And.o t Vt ry de- de- Idedl co\1 co\1 co\1 ea the tbeyare the I a e.t e.t ne. ne. of. of. of. arl'strlCter arl'strlCter arl'strlCter arl'strlCter arl'strlCter lIardt"r lIardt"r m. m. foot 11 S 1 on. on. usu T elp en- en- nd n-- n-- n-- n-- n-- tbefact "Ou "Ou th s l'n l'n lIecttOD. lIecttOD. s. s. .Fr. .Fr. aCHC. aCHC. II 11) 11) 11'I. 11'I. 11'I. an.'j I1 -J -J li f .r .r 1 o I 'most 'most I I ther make' make' the sure' sure' They' They' II usual y fres i I pIa ay un- un- \vho \vho \vho 'know 'know .thelr. .thelr. I their. their. minds. minds. I o lltc ent tralnirigone If' If' 't 't h t Si e. e. th1n 0 s 10f drll1-1 drll1-1 drll1-1 I i I I 'I. 'I. In .the .the coachingas coachingas coachingas coachingas collegel'-Is collegel'-Is collegel'-Is collegel'-Is collegel'-Is collegel'-Is i i as n d h .d .d profel'lslo profel'lslo aliem 'fle 'fle a o o r F f ty T be n d elti 'an 'an PTI"ell. PTI"ell. busy-coaches busy-coaches busy-coaches In- In- D IVERS HALF.MILETRACK HALF.MILETRACK located.in located.in elt at SCULU G SH" SH" ealth. ealth. Jlenley'next Jlenley'next fIA"lngruS'by fIA"lngruS'by In' In' ANO .tpVTTING .tpVTTING TJiE NItXT GNIt R- R- I WlTJrDUGS"DA. WlTJrDUGS"DA. WlTJrDUGS"DA. WlTJrDUGS"DA. n ON IiD 1fOOiE' 1fOOiE' 1fOOiE' i rear.onwhy rear.onwhy becau e mil'tliken mil'tliken mil'tliken moose. moose. t f 'ehe 'ehe d mlst ken.for ken.for I PAnTYot rs nto t e He IItar d meO e I iI rtd at gre O ed ethkc r d angrn Io le. le. I Cl Wll on 1 a. a. nd Iu. Iu. Ides re .1 .1 trIP.Th trIP.Th Y anUf rs. rs. wa a CANAD.-.for CANAD.-.for CANAD.-.for BIll'McGeehan BIll'McGeehan f t e v r ad r ga t o lek t i Z er 1 1 dM punt. punt. di1nr r. r. PI.A PI.A YII II dro P d.oDe d.oDe tusswlth with' with' hie hie ukul Ie. Ie. hIs as f SF. SF. 'C 'C ncHan S tooma.d tooma.d RE hl h' h' eppered l mo08e 0. 0. 0. \Vhi \Vhi h'lIhows h'lIhows RU -YON -YON I Vt d ioe rf/n rf/n rf/n d tte t uf l.PW'didn l.PW'didn hha. hha. Ye r r setot the'guldes the'guldes the'guldes NEYEn FJ.En. FJ.En. bimbo Jf' Jf' andt' andt' B arolin a.-In a.-In a.-In a.-In a.-In o .Unlvenlty.or .Unlvenlty.or U. 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