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Sporting Sectibn. Sporting Section. WASHINGTON SU3DAY. OCTOBER 23 1904. ALL FOR GEORGETOWN Blue and Gray Filed Up 4 to 0 Against W. and L. VISITOBS BADLY OUTCLASSED Put Up a Plucky Fight but the' Game was Little More Than Practice for the Victorious Team Touch-down Every Four Minutes While the Kegu lars Were en the Gridiron. It took Georgetown thirty-two minutes jMterday to run up a score of 47 to 0 tjalnst the football team from Washing- t- and Lee. Xot until substitutes were I t'Ut In by XJoach Retlly in the last half. d d the Blue and Gray team fall to make I a touch-down ev ery four minutes. Maho- I r.y won fresh laurels by kicking every I coal but one and by heeling one kick-out While tte game was one-sided the Vir- gialans put up a plucky battle and the Fj'tctators were treated to a fine exJtibl- tloii of the plays the Georgetown University team can put into execution. In til however ir was scarcely more than a practice game in preparation for the struggle with Holy Cross next Saturday- nn f the visitors may be thankful that darkness- necessitated the calling of the frame. The players from Washington and were completely exhausted at the fln- n. The right side of the visitors' line was ranch stronger than the left. Georgetown vis able to make almost twice the dls- t nee by plajs sent to this side. This 4t-s not mean that the left side of Georgetown's team was weak for time r3 again Carroll dashe'd forward for Kood gains and both he 'and Orme made tut.ch-dowr.s All of Georgetown's men 1'layed a good game due to the fact thlt tb heavily outweighed Virginians could rat -show-uo their "Weak points gran'/ng that they possess some. Rung of 30 yards were t f such com-non occurrence that pains of to .yards dwindled into inslgnlfl- tance. Qillton Alexander and Bledsoe Iilayed commendable games for Washington and Leebut the latter two were fore- id to retire for minor injuries by Coach ete Balllet. the former Princeton center mmjTst tN"lr protest Wjphlngton and L-e won the'tOJfi and C El. on kicked to w ithtn 10 yards of the J fuut ern goil. Mc3ettlan returned it u "he half back took the ball for 5- j jards gain each and Carroll falling hack i went through right tackle for 1. Hart and Bocock began to eat up the distance I 1y jvyard gains when a fumb'e occur- j ied through a poor pass. It was recovered l\ Georgetown Within 10 jards of goal arroll tried hard for a tcueh-down but i rhort 2 rds A ceoond attempt by me Ht tackle p-od -eel the firat touch- iowu Mahoney kicked goal. Score. 6 to l Tine 3 minutes. Visitors Get the Ball Mdloney k'cked off furGeo-setown. Anderson caught it on the 3-yard line and returned It i It way the first time the i \teiUK-ji had possession of the bar\They j f rst srere baffled in bucking' Given and Kltzf/ rald 'Irew Withsrs. for a loss in en attempt 13 cl-c e the end. Forced to punt the ball went out 13 ard ahead on the vvitor K-\urd line With iow- rfui intrftrence Mahone\ Bccock arJ Hart j Rent or a teoonil 'o fh-down in the sc- i end three mln'e- of plaj. MahoneJ- kicked goal. Sc .re 12 to 0 The team fram V'rslrU exercised Its tpt.on and decll ed to k ck cff. Moomaw Maho e\'s kick from the 5-jard to Wah.ngton and Lea's 20-jarJ A w.IJe tr.d ri'n across the field rpcctacular p'ajing on the part o' Alexander but resu'ted in no gain. A cuarttr back kick of 35 yards resulted in tne prettiest p'ay of the game. Martell augbt\lt. and juat &y he was about to te tack'-ed passed the. ball to -McGettlean has tb two carrjlr.g it back the entire distance of the kick With the ball n the 15-vard line Carroll made a grand effort ID plant the pigskin behind the bars bit f.ilVd Martell ea-ryln it over in the rext play. Mahoney kicked goal. Score li to 0. Score After Twelve Minutes 34-0. Washington and Lee kicking off Bocock lacked It under his arm on Georgetown's 7-yard line and returned it 20. Mahoney dropped back and advanced the ball 20 sards. Hart following with a 15-yard gain. and then with 23 more around the left ud whirling Alexander along and mak- j Ing i touch-down. McGettigan kicked out I a Mahoney. who healed It and kicked gsal Twelve minutes of the time t\\ eiapsed and the score was 21 to 0. Hart returned the next kick-off 80 yards from the 5-yard line. Hart soon woke up enthusiasm by dashing up the field for 30 yards Alexander finally stopping him. r King caught Martell behind the line and was Instrumental in the only-loss George-town suffered during the game. Carroll with two attempts went 10 yards and Mahoney made the touch-dDwn. With 17:15 minutes of the game gone the score stood 30 to 0 line Two lnute later Hart had returned t the kick-off to he middle of the field Carroll had bucked through -Tor 23 yard. Martell had contributed 6. and Bocock had planted the ball directly behind the goal. iMahoney failed to kick goal. Score 35 to 0. In the forty seconds which remained. Georgetown attempted to make a goal by returning the kick-off with a punt. Car- 1 Toll punted from the 15-yard line to Washington and Lee's 50-yard' line but Martelr In hla anxiety to mak Alexander fumble Interfered. Here the half ended score 33 to 0. Washington and Lee had failed to i make a first down and Georgetown had not required a third down to make her distance at any time. Georgetown Sends in Substitutes. Washington and Lee was forced to punt I on the first kick-off of toe second half j and McGettigan returned the punt of 40 yards the entire distance. Hart made the touch-down three minutes after play started and Mahoney kicked goal mak- 1 Ing the seor 41 to 0. Here Coach Rellly sent In five substitutes Lux succeeded Fitzgerald Kelly Glvens Sutton. Mc Carthy. Daugherty Bocock and Richmond. Hart Previously Bledsoe had given way to Dodson and now -Quesenberry went to right end and King to quarter. Later King was supplanted by lilies. Starting up the field on the kick-off Georgetown received the first penalty of I the game for her line charging in advance j Of the passing of the ball. McGettigan i tried a quarterback' kick which resulted In another penalty for off-side play. Car- 1 roll recovered the loss of 10 yards by penalties by a 13-yard buck through tackle. GeXrg'-town was given another 5-yard penalty for holding in the center but finally scored Jhe last goal by Orme goinc over the seal line on a 12-yard buck. At this point the game was called on account of darkness. The Hne-up Georgetown. Positions. w. and I rittgerald. Lux left end Bagler Carroll left tackle ChlUoa Orme J f guard Rankta Circus. Kelly- nt r Ston. X.UI .rigtt guard. Hamilton JfahonerY- rigaHatkle "Withers .McCarthy J Sutton. right ecd King Alexander McGetUisi onttter back Aleiarier King MUM. left half back Bledsoe Aaderwa Daufbtrtf' Hart Rf bmona1..rU" half back. Mart.il. back Mooaaw w. r i nu w- nd Jt. S- J. VtHn. Quarter Back Steenersoc Of George Washington Vnivenlty. Georgetown. \Tlmeit Meun J. Hadler Doyle and W. Bttier\ Linesmen Menrt. Gisi and Hoge. Toucn-doirat-iarroll. Htrt (3) Martell. Bocock Orme. and Mtboney. Goal kicked Mthoney T L ngh ot htlrV 20 and 12 mlnntei. Score- Georgetown. 47 Washington and Let t. WON EASILY BY VIRGINIANS Military Institute Team Defeated by Score of IT to 0. University Team Showed Marked Improvement Line Was Stronger .Cadets Weak on Defensive. iSptcil to The Washington Post. Charlottesvllle. Va. Oct. 22.-Virginia scored one more touch-down against the Virginia Military Institute to-day than did the Naval Cadets two weeks ago at Annapolis defeating the Lexlngtonlans 17 to 0 in forty minutes of play. Virginia showed marked improvement in every department of the game. The line proved much stronger and the plays were gotten off with a snap and vim that were refreshing The CaUets on the other hand did not put tip the game expected of them and only three times during the contest were they able to make the necessary 5 yards. They were also weak on the defensive. Virginia gaining througn the line and around the ends almost at will. The first touch-down came In the mfddl of the firs half. Randolph making a i pretty run of K jards around the Institute left end. Yar.rey kicked an easy goal. j 1 Virginia scored aam three minutes after the opening of the second half. A j 1 cadet fumbled on his own 20-yard line a Virginia end falling on the ball. After i niecessive line plunges. Bo -ger was push- j ed across the goal line. Vancey Again placed the bail squarely between thi posts 1 After a liberal exchange of kicks Virginia again secured the pigskin in mld- neld and began her third march to the j Cadet goal. Randolph got away for another long run around the Cadet's left end Yancey went for a total of 18 yarda in three attempts and Bosher galloped across for the final touchdown. The kick- out'was not heeled so there was no try J for goal. In the remaining five minutes of p'ay there were a dozen exchanges of punt with l.itle advantage to either side. On a fake kick Randolph ran 40 yards through the Cadet eleven. But as there was less I than a minute to play the run availed nothing. Yancey dropped back and tried a goal from placement but the ball went wide of the mark. Virginia's next game is with the Car| lisle Indians in Norfolk on Saturday next. The line-up Virginia. Positions V. M. I. i Warren left end Morrison Ccok left tackle James I Hull left guard Fnier Etckftt center RlUy Kile right guard Stude Cothrla. rigM tackle Clay Williams right end SteeU Randolph qutrter b 'k Tallaferro Bosher left halfback Dofcon Purcell right halt back Beckner LanLIord Yancey .full back Missis I Touch-downs Randolph and Bosher t'2) Ooals I Jrum touch-downs Yancey 2 Umpire Baird I tulvenltr of North Carolina. Rsfme Wllliami Virginia Tloiekeepei s McRac and Cracrtft. Tun 0 minute halves. CHURCHMEN DEFEAT BLISS. 1 Young Men's Club Downs the Electricians ly Score of" 16 to o. i The football -team representing Ihe I Young Men's Club of the'Rhode Island Avenue Church continued its winning streak Saturday by defeating the Bliss Electrical School team 16 tu 0 on the j Arsenal grounds' In the first half the i church boys kicked off to he electricians but the latter lost- the ball on downs The church team then steadily advanced 1 the ball until Witter was shoved over the Una for the first touch-down. The same performance was repeated but the church boys failed to kick goal on either i touch-down. In the second half Bliss kicked cff. The church players advanced the ball 10 tha middle of the field where they lost it l on a fumble. But this was of no advantage to the electrician as they were held for downs. By steady line plunges of 5 and 10 yards the church team advanced the ball to the 1 yard line where Wrtten was shoved over for the third ami last .touch-down. Bradley kicked goal. Score 16 to 0. Witten and Williams played a fine game' for the winners and Johnson was the star for the electricians. The church team was considerably outweighed by the Bliss 1 boys but this advantage for the latter i was offset by the practice and speed of I the church lads. It is but fair to Bliss to state that thi is their first game of 1 tne season and with steady practice they i will soon be able to produce an excellent team. The line-up R. I. M. Position Bliss. Hendley left end Tan Demark Moore left tackl. TCrlghter Joynt left guard Sprat Foalk. er Kelson Wheeler Flniey right guard Wade \VUllams right tackl. Tlliny L .Matt right.nl L is Cook. capU Quarter btck. Burgess Brtdley left ktlf back. Hewitt CrtM right half back Sharp Witten fullback Johnson capt. Umpli -Mr. Vtn Horn BlUs. B fere-Mr. H.rron. Y. -It. C. A. Timer Dr. Hunt Lln s- maa Mr. Ourand. Time of haltes 10 and U minutes. Touch-downs Witten I Got Bradley. Although the Men's Club Is an organization of several vear standing this year marks its tlrjt active plunge into athletic-- The church boy Intend to tquip a truck teair in th'e winter and the leori of the District will doubtless hear of them TOUGH-DOWN NEAR END Washington Made Poor Showing but Won from Mutes. CROSSED THEIR GOAL ONCE Only After Coach Rorke Bad Given His Men a Plain-language Lecture Did They Play Better Than School-boy Football Averaged Twelve Pounds to the Man More Than Their Opponents. After a poor exhibition of football for three-fourths of the game. George Washington University in the last eight minutes of play against Gallaudet. yesterday afternoon on University Field scored a 1 touch-down. A safety forced on Gallaudet in the first half made the final score 7 to 0 in favor of George Washington. The showing made by the university against thU mutes was a decided disappointment to the friends of the eleven and Coach Rorke could not express his feelings at the end of the game. Although Washington outweighed Gallaudet twelve pounds to the man the mutes easily helJ their own against RorK's eleven until the last few minutes of play when Wash ington seemed to wake up to the possibility of defeat and tore the lighter line apart in a fierce fight for the goal. The game did not begin until after 430 and it was so dark during the final ten minutes It was with difficulty one could distinguish the chalk lines. George Washington this season has played alternately a good and albad game. Yesterday's contest from a Washington standpoint was a poor one. The interfer ence in the first half was worse than schoolboy work and stupid plays on the offensive lost many a yard for Washington. The mutes on the contrary were fist and whenever they secured the ball especially in the first half their fast ac tion and team work did wonders.- During 'the first half the play was almost entire ly in Washington' territory. Braced Dp the Players. Between tho halves however Coach Rorke used some vigorous language in the dressing-room and the Washlngtonlans went into the second half with increased speed. Toward the end of the game they began to play real football and showed the superiority over Gallaudet that was to be expected of them this season. Gallaudet'g team though heavier than last year averages only 145 pounds to the man. The mutes play a fast eatne. and their wedge plays through George Washington's line were good ground gainers. George Washington kicked off. West made a pretty kick and the Gallaudet runner was downed on his own 5-yard line. The mutes took the ball and pushed their way down the field making first down' repeatedly through line plunges that found a hole on either sMe of the Washington line. Meunier went around the end once for 20 yards but moat of the.play was directed against the center of the line which broke up line paper before the attack. Relchard went around right end for 10 yarda and Robertson went through tackle for 10 more. Fina ly on Washington's 35-yard line the Galaudet advance was stopped. Washington gained possession of the ball on downs. and Winston made the first gain 15 j ards. A doub'e pass fooled the mutes and Stevenson went around 'jett end for a long 40-yard run. With the ball a'mwt over the line for a touch-dpwn. West fumbled the leather and Galliudet gathered it in. Under the shadow of their own goal posts the mutes tried to kick but there was a fumble in passing and the ball was downed behind the line for a safety. Score Washington 2 Gallaudet 0 Meunler kicked out from the 25-yard line for Gallaudet. Washington could not ad vance the oall and was forced to kick. Gallaudet returned the ball to within reaching distance of the Washington goal but being unab' to gain the mules tried to kick a goal from the field. The kick was a poor one. and a Washington man fell en the ball behind the goal line for a touch-back. The ball was kicked out trom the 25-yard line. Qallaudet fumb ed the ball and it was in Washington's territory I" the middle of th field when time was called. No One to Receive Pass. Early In the second half Steenerson the Washington quarter back finding no one at hand to whom to pass the ball ran with It himself Washington was penalized IS yards for this and forced to kick. Gallaudet was held for downs. Coach Rorke sent Kirkman Into the game to relieve Wleston at left half. Smith took Van Vliet's place at end. j The mutes put up a stonewall defense against the Washington attack and the ball changed hands again. Washington braced up and Gallaudet was forced to kick. Kirkman carried the ball 20 yards and Stevenson added 25 more around the end. A drop KICK ror goal railed tne oaii was kicked out and as darkness fell over the field the Washington eleven started a -stampede for the Gallaudet goal. Play- Ing against time as well as against an opposing team that never quit for a minute Stevenson Washington's best ground- gainer carried the pigskin to the 20-yard line. Kirkman who was strong and fresh advanced it to the 5-yard line. The mutes fought desperately but the oppo- i sit Ion gained a first down only 2 yards short of a touch-down and it was easy after that to shove the ball over th chalk line. Stevenson tried for gcal and missed. Score Washington 7 Gallaudet. 0. Both teams put in substitute full backs toward the end of the game Messner relieving Mather for the mutes and Taylor taking West's place behind the George Washington line. It was so dark toward the close that the mutes could not see their quarter back's signals. After Washington's touch-down however there were only a few minutes of play. When the whistle tlew Washington held the ball within 20 yards of the Gsllaudet goal having strained every effort to make another touch-down before the game claseJ. The teams lined up as follows Gtlltudst. Position Ceo. Washington. Relchard left end Vtn Vllet Garrett left tackle Law Williams left guard Morrl Dutch center Wood Chandler /.right guard Kllgort Mlkes.ll right ttckl. Fields i Meunler rtgbtend W. VFest j Erd .quarter back Steenerton KutiUb .left halt btck Winston j BobertMD right halfback. Simmon j Mather fallback P. W t Referee fred. K. Nlelson. Nebraska. Empire Hr. Htuton. Dickinson. Tlmek pr Meurt Cooler Gtlltudet. and F. W. Albert. Georfi i Washington. Linemen diistn. Blnkler Cal- laadtt. and H. E. Colllnt Ceorg. Washington. Tlffli of hilni 20 minute Capt Morrow a Football Enthusiast. Acting Commissioner Jay J. Morrow was one of the Interested spectators at the Georgetown-Washington and Lee football game yesterday. In his term at West Point Capt. Morrow was a star half back. This was In the 90s. For three years later he Was one of tho coaches of the military team. Last year he returned from the Philippines just In time to witness the Army-Navy game but this year he has lost no opportunity to witness good games and some of the poor ones. GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL TEAM. YALE LOSES TO ARMY Rejoicing in West Point Camp Over First Victory. LONG RUNS AND QUICK WOEK Cadets Took Advantage of All Their Opponent's Mistakes Touch-down for Each Team in First Half In Second Yale Was Held on Twelve-yard Line and Toraey Ran Ball Over for GoaL West Point N. Y. Oct. 22-West Point defeated Yale here to-day in their annual football struggle. The score was 11 to 6. It was the first time the Army has ever won from Yale and there is much rejoirVg to-night In the Army cc.mp. The \Soldiers' two toucb-dowcs were the rcsfilts of long runs and quick work in taking advantage of their op ponent's mlstakps. In the first half after Yale had failed to gain. Hill breaking the Yale line blocked a 'punt on the visitors' 25-yard line and with the whole Yale team at his heels ran to the goal posts and across the line for West Point's first scoro. The px-al which was an easy one was kicked by Graves and the score was Army 3 Yale 0. Yale soon evened matters however by plunging through the Cadets' line almon at will carrying the ball 45 yards to a touch-down. Hocan Blocmer. Klnney. and Shevlin were Ftron In this advance and time and again broke through the Cadets' j line. Shovlln kicked an easy goal. Ther/e- I after the halfXwas a punting duel with i the advantage sllghtlv in West Point's I favor the tcore at the end bein West I Point 6 Yale. 6. Torney's Brilliant Run In the second half after several exchanges of punts. Yale worked the ball to West Point's 12-yard line. Here the Cadets stood their ground and after threa downs Yale made a final effort to go the distance. The Cadets made a gallant stand and durlnr Jhls scrimmage Tor- ney who had been playing brilliantly all through the game secured the ball on the 10-yard line by a fumble and with Shev- 1m at his heels ran the full length of th field for a touch-down while the friends i of the Army team went wild with delight. I This play was the feature of the game. Graves missed any easy goal. The half ended with the ball In Yale's possession I on their own 40-yard line. The crowd was the largest that has yet attended a game here this -season and tha I day was an Ideal one for the game. A delegation of naval officers from An- n.tpolls watched the game and cheered I West Point's victory. The line-up West Point Pocitlona. Talc. Hammond left end Sherlln Doe left tackle. .Bloomer Erwli 'Rce.i left guard .Klnney Tlfton center Rorbtck Setgrar .right gntrd Tripp Crirei right tickle. .Ho n OUlfipi rig" end i..Neal Garr quarter btck Rockwell Hill. Hanlon. .right half back. Moras Prince Nettler.let half b ek yerter. Hoyt Toraey full back Owiler Umpire Mr. McCrtcken. Referse-Mr. Thomp ton. Llneiman Mr. Hockenberry. Tim 4 t halTU JO mlnutet. WESTERN WINS GOOD GAME. Defeats Episcopal High School Team at Alexandria 6 to o. The Western High School football team visited the Episcopal High School near Alexandria yesterday afternoon and in a game of twenty-minute halves defeated the team representing that institution by a score of t to 0. 1 Only once was Western' goal In serious danger then by grand team work they took the ball on downs when the Episcopal boys had but 2 yards to go to make a touchdown. Parrlngton and Church gained steadily each time they were used. Morae skirted right end for 45 yards making a touchdown from which Worthlngton kicked a difficult goal Notwithstanding the disallowance of a goal cleanly kicked from the field and numerous severe penalties Capt. Church kept hla men from becoming discouraged and th3 whole team played earnestly and steadily to the end. clearly -outplaying their opponents. WEST VIRGINIA OVERWHELMED. Michigan Rolled Up Record Score of 130 Points. Ann Arbor. Mich. Oct. 2 -The University of Michigan footpall eleven to-day defeated the University of West Virginia 130 to 0. This is the largest score any Michigan eleven has ever made. The East- erners gained only yards altogether on Michigan's defense. Chicago 32 Northwestern o. Chicago Oct -Chicago 32 North western 0. These are the figures which tell of a decisive football victory for i Coach Stagg and his men and a dlsconr- i aging defeat for Coach McCornack and the Northwestern eleven. The score at the end of the first half was Chicago 4 Northwestern. 0 By this victory Chicago secures a decided lead in the race for the Western football championship fo 1904. Amherst 5 Browa o. Providence. R. I. Oct 2C In a hard fought well-played'gamex to-day Amherst defeated Browp. 5 to O Coggesball scoring the touch-down. During the first half Brown was slightly superior keeping the ball In Amherst territory the majority of the time. On several occasions Brown was in sinking distance of Amherst'x goal but Amherst braced at the critical momtnt &nd bald for downs. COLUMBIA COULD NOT SCOEE. Pennsylvania's Sixteen Points Made on Miserable Kicking and Fumbling. Philadelphia Oct 22.-Thp University of Pennsylvania football eleven to-day defeated the Columbia University team by the score of IS to 0. Pennsylvania scored two touch-downs In the first half and one In the second one goal resulting. There was not a moment during the entire game in which the Pennsylvania goal was in .danger and eliminating the miserable kicking and fumbles the score would have been tied at nothing at the close. Pennsylvania's first and second touchdowns were the result of bad kicking on the part of Duell and the final score waa due to a fumble by Meizenthin a moment after he had been called in the middle of the second half to relieve Dono van. The teams were evenly matched in the line with the exception Of the ends but Pennsylvania was the stronger in the back field. Columbia's ends were notably weak. The. offensive play of Stevenson and Smith of Pennsylvania was brilliant while Green's tackling was remarkable. The game was unusually rough and because of these tactics Columbia was sent to the side lines and several penalties were enforced against each eleven. Stangland Brown and Thorpe were th j main stays of the Columbia eleven and easily outplayed their opponents on tha Pennsylvania team. Buell was lamentably weak on kicking while Reynolds for Pennsylvania was never in better form. Pennsylvania scored her first touch-down within five minutes after play began. Tha line-up Pcnniylrinla. Petition. Columbia. I Drake left end Post. Orlswold Gutklewkl left tackle Brown Atgeltlnger Fisher. Plcktnkt left guard..Duden EcbeverrU Torrey center Flnnegtn Zirgler KIM right guard Stangland l4moit right tackle Thorp. Slnkler J. Hollen'back right end Mulr Buell Etevenwn .quarter back DODOVU. UeUPnthin. Reynolds left halt back. Duel. Townsend Greene Folwell .right halt back Helmrich. Armstrong. Smith full back. Carter Touch-downs Plektnkl and Sterenson (2) Gcal from touch-down Reynolds. P.eferee Mr. McCIung. Lehlgh. Umpire Mr. Ltngiord Trinity. Linesman Mr. Hill. Tale. Tim of htlret 23 minutes etch. WON BY ST. JOHN'S TEAM. But the University of Maryland Put Up a Strong Game. ipecltl to The Washington Post Annapolis Md. Oct 22. St John's toon from the University of Maryland' this morning in the tightest kind of a contest by the score of 6 to 0. The scoring was all done In the first half. The vis itors came within a few yards of scoring in both halves. The visitors were easily the equals of St. John's in steady ground gaining but the Vollegians won through their greater proficiency in the details of the game and the bad Judgment of the 'varsity at crit ical points. Nevertheless the improvement of the Maryland team over that of former years was very marked. The line-up was St John's. Posltloni. V. of Ml Rouse left end Brent Capt Hutlhlni Staler. lefttackl. Carnal Clark lett guard Eer.il Green center Bauhman C. DuVtll right guard Dari. Owyna UcCtrdell..right tackl. Gibson Hopklnt right end Allen DuTtIlCtpL quarterback Bloan Smith left half btcE Ston. Stephens. right halt back Hala Jackson fullback Wattt Referee Mr Olcutt f Tale. Umpire Mr. Cham berlain ol Yale. Touch-down Smith. Ootl trom touch-down Green. Tim. of game Two -mnut. btlvet. FAST GAME BY PRINCETON. Lehigh Defeated 60 to o Weakening in the Second Half. Princeton N. J. Oct. 22. The Prince tons gained their easiest football victory of the season to-day and defeated Le high by the score of 60 to 0. After the first touch-down which proved the hardest to secure. Lehlgh gave way and from then on it was simply a question of how many points Princeton could score In the allotted time. The line-up Princeton. Position. Lehlgh. Crawford left end Crovthcr Cooner left tackle Vtnrunea Walter left guard Htchman Ctrothen center Haymaker Short right guard Straus Stannard right tackle. Ootl Tvoker Ward right end Oltotl T.nney Bitter .quarter btck Vandlne Rltter Simons .left half back Stelner Fovlke right bait back. Blazer Johnson Miller McCoralck .full back. Kirk Adams. Fuller Touch-downs Feulke t. Short and Miller. S Tenner. Simons. Goals trom tuncb-doirns Cooney 1 Umpire Mr/ Minds of PennsylTimt. Referee- Mr. Bergen tinrantn Messn. Torrey ot Le bleb and Dtob. of Princeton. Tim. ot halves-and 25 minutes. Attendance 2.UO. JUNIOR FOOTBALL. The Atlantlca have organized for th season and would like to hear from teams whose average weight la under 12 pounds. Address D. B. Priest. S02 G street northeast f The sixth'grade Dennlson team has organized and would like to arrange games with teams averaging 80 to 45 pounds. Address M. King 1803 Fourteenth tree northwest The Phelps football team defeated the Michigan eleven yesterday morning by the score of 7 to 0. The feature was" the team work of the winners. The Columbia- Star football team play. Ing on Its own grounds defeated the Ta- kornas by the score of 33 to 0. The Stars won through their fine team work which showed vast Improvement over last Saturday's game with the Virginians. Wetmore played the best game for the Ta- komas. While no Individual credit should be given any player on the fitars y t the CD-yard run of Austin's for touch-down voa a very commendable play. NAVY FAILED TO SCORE Neither Could Dickinson Cross the Goal Line. GAME MASKED BY PHMBLINO Middies Failed to Maintain the Standard of Play Seen in Contest with Prince ton Several Field Lengths Lost in Penalties Scores of Off-side Plays- Navy Failed in Several Chances. Special to Tb Wuhlntfon Tort. Annapolis Md. Oct. 22. Forty minutes of rank fumbling scores of off-side plays several field-lengths loit on penalties and neither side able to cross the other' goal line tells the story of today's contest on the Academy gridiron between the Midshipmen and the eleven from Dickinson College. The team which on last Saturday defeated the Princeton1 Tigers in one of the best games ever played On the academy field this afternoon returned to and fell even below Its former ranking amonj the teams of the country. Seldom has the large crowd of football enthusiasts in Annapolis been compelled to wit ness such a game. Handicapped by Impatience. Several times during the contest the Middles were In a position to score but on every occasion failed to improve the opportunity. The Navy as well as her opponents in several cases put up an exceptional individual game but both were handicapped by the persistent Impatience of the men and the umpire was constantly called upon to step off 16 yarda. The first half was rather in favor of the Navy as'regards line gains. Causey and Grady doing good work in this re spect The former's gains were offset however by a fumble which lost tha Navy a chance to score. This was In the I first half when the Middies had worked down to their opponents' 2-yard line and Causey was given the ball which he fumbled the pigskin bounding behind the line where it was covered by a Dickin son player. Poor Work by Visitors. For the visitors whov however were equally guilty of fumbling the best work was done by Davis and KUngstlne. The latter was worked for gains through the Navy's left time and again while in the center of the field but fumbles of off-side plays lost the ball invariably when a score was near. The line-up was Dlcklnnn. Posltloaa Kirf. Cramer l.fl.nd Whltlar Se l j capt lettuckte Firl r ePt Oradr Emltt c.at.r StcCltntle Barry Mfht n rt SmUh. /Brian DtTl right Uckl .Chamber Pienol StlUr right e d Bowtrd filmpOB quarterback Wllcox. Simon ftllnntln left halt back. Deck.f Roblnn right hall backt i. Struiberfr Sidkr full tick. Cauitr. Dow.ll Score X TT. 0 Dlcklmon 0. Cmptr Mr. Sharp of Tale. R.ferte Mr. Abbott of Tal Timekeeper Dr. Bogert. Lloeunett Xldihlpmao Lone and Mr. Smltn FIRST GAME WITH ANNAPOLIS. .George Washington- Team to Play Navy Next Wednesday. George Washington University will play its first football game against the NavaJ Academy at Annap611s next Wednesday afternoon. The university management expects a large excursion of the student body to attend the game. A special train will leava Washington at noon for their accommodation. The eleven will go to Armapolis on a train leaving here at 8 o'clock In the morning. A special train will leave Annapolis for Washington at o'clock in the evening. Although the university coaches were distinctly disappointed at Washington's poor showing tn the game agiinst Gallaudet yesterday they expect the team to improve a great deal In Its contest with the Xavy and predict a small ecore. FOOTBALL GAMES THIS WEEK. TUESDAY. OCTOBER X. Westers n. Butne tt America League Park. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER t George Washington n. Aacipolls at Anaapollt Washington ani Leo n. St. Joha'i College at Ltxlaston. THTRSDAT OCTOBER SI. Anntpolli T gwtrthmor tt Annapolis. FRIDAY. OCTOBER Z Central TS. Technical at -American Leagu Park. 'SATURDAY. OCTOBER a. Georgetown TS. Holy Cross tt Philadelphia. Virginia Military Institute TS. St. John's at Lexington. Villa 'era xa. Otlland.t. tt KeadaH Green Harrard TI. PcnnirlTanla. tt Casbridg Yal. ra- Columbia at Xew York. PrUMtoa Tt Cornell at Ithact. CtrlUl tidlau it. Virginia at Norfolk. Mlchlgit n. Wwoailn. at Mtdlion. Vet Polat Tt. WUlltma at We t Point. Hanrtrd. 1 OS T WorcMt.r Actdemj it Cam- MOS T A oT.r at Aadorcr. Tm. Jllchlgaa. at Vidlsoo. Chicaga ta IUnol at Chicago. t4 ren Tt. BeloIU at BelolU Xerthwerteni Tt Depta tt ETtniton. Mbaeuta TL K.braikt tt Northrop Field. Iowa Tt. Amti. tt lowt Cltr. Cornell 36 Franklin and Marshall 5. Ithaca Jf. T Oct 21-Cornell defeated Franklin and Marshall this afternoon by a score of S to 5. Cornell outweighed the visitors and was not once held on downs but lost the ball many times by bad fumbling. Cornell made the first touch-dawn within a minute after the dck-off. and acored IS points in the first half. Franklin and Marshall played a plucky uphill game and several times made long gains on fake punt plays which Cornell waa unable to atoo. DEFEATS H. .CHANTIES EGAK. A. L. White of Harvard Wins Intercollegiate Golf Championship. Hamilton. Mass. Oct 2t-A. L. White of Harvard to-day won the intercollegiate golf championship on the Myopia Hunt Club coarse by defeating H. Chandler Egan. the national amateur golf cham pion and also of Harvard by the score of 2 up. White's game while not brilliant waa very ateady. and this practi cally assured him of victory at the closa of the morning round when he was S up on Egan. Egan'a play In the morning was rather careless but in the after noon waa steadier and tied the score on the sixteenth hole only to lose the last two through White magnificent putting. A high wind prevailed all day and inter fered considerably with the driving game but the greens this afternoon were In perfect condition. The cards A. U Whit Htrrtrd- Out. K 4S444S4T 3-48 In. STSI J ii-U Out. 4 4 2 S i 7 -41 la. 7 S S 4 4 i 4 4 t 41-t2-lK H. C Egtn. H fT rd4- Ool. 4 StSSir 4-44 In. t$4S4SS S-44-U Out. t-41 Jn. 4-4J-lt-lt KITE-FLYING CONTEST light Wires Broke Defeating. Hopes of Three Contestants. St. Louis. Mo. Oct 21 The second trial in the one mile kite-flying contest was held to-day in the Plaza. St. Louis un der rules revised to conform to the ex istlng weather conditions. In a wind the velocity of which was estimated it twenty to twenty-five miles an hour eight kites were started. During the entire contest five kite rode steadily in the face ofa wind which held j them almost due east over the palace off manufactures but the light wire and. cord caused thoie of W. A. Eddy of Bayonne N. J. J. Fatout of St. Louis i and H. B. Bristol. Of Webster-Grove Mo. i to break away before hey had attained an altitude of 400 feet 1 Silas J. Coyne of Chicago E. B. Har-1 tert of Chicago Raymond Anglemlre of St. Louis William King of St. Louis and j W. A. Eddy of Bayonne. N. J. finished I the contest Eddy entered two kites. Official results will be announced Monday. HARVAED DEFEATS INDIANS. Brilliant End Runs Backed Up by a Sturdy Defense. Cambridge. -Mais. Oct 22.-Two bril liant end runs by Capt. Hurley and anoth er by NlchoU hacked by a sturdy defense at nearly all times. enabled Harvard to defeat the Carlisle Indians in the Stadium to-day by the score of 12 to 0. Both elevens fought a fierce contest In the first half neither getting within f trlk Ing distance of the opposite goal. In the second Harvard spwsrted up her eleven. Nichols circled the Indlins' right v end for 34 yards and Hurley went around the other side for 20 yards more and the first score. After an" exchange of kicks f and a little rushing Harvard gat the ball on Carlisle's 40-yard line on a fumble J Diagonal tandem" rushes drove the ball to the 20-yard line from which point Hurley carried it within 4 yarda of the Indians' goal. It took three rushes to make th- hurt distance and the second score Hur ley nsaln having the honor. Kernan kick ed both goals. A discouraging feature of the game fron the Harvard standpoint wa the Inability of her runners to hold fast the ball the Indians getting the ball seven times on fumbles notwithstanding beautiful dry weather. Harvard was also weak in the kicking department making only 184 irds on seven kicks from scrimmages. Tbe In dians were only a trifle better. In the first half the Indians' iuffered four penal ties for off-side plav. The line-up Htrrard. Position. Ctiiltl Filler Randall teft ad..M. rrtnkmt Brill. Darr loft tackta Bow.a Ptrker.Whlt left riard. .Dillon Parkinson. Prater .center. Kennedy Sccndmuch UcPadden .right mart Wilt. Bqnlrat .right Uckle. L bo Utrr Shurtleff right end..lT. P. K nn-df Kernan quarter back. Libber NiChoU Rirnoldt .left half back. Sh.ldoa Hurltr .right half back H.adrtcka Charl Mllli full back. Oardln.r Vmplrt Mr. EdwarfJ Princeton. Jufe w Mr. euoffer. UnlT.nltr of PenmrlTanla. Llnetmen Meim. Smith of Harrard. and Cran or CarlU Tcuch-doirt- Barter S. Ofalt Ktraaa. 2. Tim of litlrei 15 Dlnutea. PENNSYLVANIA STATE WINS. Washington and Jefferson Loses Annual Game u to o. Pittsburgh Pa. Oct 22.-The annual Washington and Jefferson and Pennsyl vania State College football game to-day was won by State by a core of 12 to fc. The game was characterized by line plunging very few attempt being made to run the ends. Forkura in the second half broke through Washington and Jefferson's line for a run of 69 yards to a touch-down. It was the sensational fea ture of the contest. Washington and Jefferson never threatened the State goat The nearest it came to State's coal wa T yards when they lost the ball on downs. State played.its regular team all through but Washington and Jefferson was compelled to put In an entire new back field Jn the second half FOOTBALL RESULTS. At Tlffla Ohio Dennltom College I H.ldet- btrg At Colnmboi Ohlft-Oblo Stttt rnlrenltr II Cite. At Springfield. Ohlo-Etrlhtm. 4 Wltteob rgr I. i Al Oberlln. Ohio OMrlia Kcoroa College At Woorter Ohio Woetur J 'We M lUnrr Cnlrenltr of Ctareltad II. At CteT.ltud Oh Cnlrertitr 8ehooI CkT land. IT Keujoa Mllltarr Academy. IL At Ada Ohio-Ada. S4 Ohio WeHeyan. C At Btlolt. Wlt.-Betolt Colin J KtperrtlU College. At Amu lawt Ame College IT Slmpt.a Vtl- Ttnlty At Iowa Cltr Iowa CalTeriUr t Iowa. U4 wt Ctat KormaL I- At MadUoo Wit faJT r tfr Wlteontln. Drake Ctlrenlty. At Clnclan tl tolrertUy tt Ciatlanatt. Hi Ken tucky Sute College. K At MUmeapolU-CnlTertltf o MinnetoU. 1M Crtnnell College v At. 8U Loa-j-UniTortltr ot Indiana n Waaa- ioftoa Cnlrmltr ot ft. IxnU. t. At Lttayttt. Ind.-nilaoit. z mr M t. At SrrtCBte-Syrt' WlT-nttr. S2 MUgtn 4. At IJncola. N'ebr. Nebra ka. J4 Kaoi. t At a ton. Pa. Lafiyett 4 Swarthaon At Neir Orleani Tvlan Calrenltr. JJf Eiulon Indattrtal IniUtut I. At Birmingham-A burn IHCnlTenltr of Kali Till- At Atlanta Georgia Tech. 1 Cnrrenlty of Tet- neuee. S. At Crewtbor N. C tnl enltr of Kortfc Caro lina. 41 Norfolk Athletk AuocltUoo. At Lake Citr Fla. CalT.nlty of riorida. Florida StaU CoHege. U. At Boruagtoa. TL CnlT.nltr of Vermont. I Tutu L At Eieter K. B. PhllUpi Kilter 4 Barrard Se old. At N ir Twk-Kew Tork Carr.rtttr. I Trtaltr College t. At AadoTtr. Vi PhlUlpt Andorer. a Bar. Ttrd Tretimen I. At An rf K. T. Wlllltmi 2tr Hamilton a. At Pri e toa. N. J. Uwreae-Tillo Scio t l Prlflceton rrethmM C Soldiers Defeated Richmond. BpoeUl to n Wttbiigtoa Pott. Richmond Va jOct a-The football team of. the Artillery School at Old Point defeated Richmond. College SJ to Ot her this afternoon. GRAY WINS CLUB GUP Defeats Dr. Lee Harban at the Eighteenth Hole. TIE FOE THE HANDICAP CUP Dr. Glaxebrcok and Mr. Newbold Returned Net Scores of 69 Each Earing a'HandU cap of J 8 High Wind Reduced the Starters to a Small Number Close of Successful Chevy Chase Tournament. WLXXERS or TROPHIES. QuiUBuUoft prti L. L. Uubaa. ColomkU Club Cuj -W. M. Gnr Ch.tr C&ti Banner-IP prlit L. U Hirbia. CaUmtlt. ConwUtlon prlit W. S. Brooke. Oortun Fuk. con4 prtw K. F. Brockt Calttmbii. l L.'W. filitttrttk r T. K. can rrH -L. W. Cltiibrook if T. R. Miv- t U. Prlt. for lavctt frou More L. L. Hub PREV10CS CLtB CCt WIXNKKS. U44-Octat r Mr. forfeit. r&lUd.lfkU. iMi-4tr 0. c. uswtjr ciirr cmi ai01-Octob r. W. C. tr rn il St A drw" IMl-Jlir Hr. H.1J. K Tork. uoi-Oct&Ur. 0. C Uffcnr. Citty Out. lKJ-OJ r I U lUrUo. OtlambU 1MJ OctoUf. O. MfCtmmao. OUT/ CUj U04-iUr. L- U HUreaa. Columbia. Dr. W. M. Gray of the Chevy Cha Club won the club cup In the finals play. ed yesterday afternoon with Dr. L. L. I Harban of Columbia as hlg opponent tit was a beautiful match from the first 'drive to the last putt and it requir 'the playing of the eighteen hol to de- clde the winner. One of the largest gal- lories" that ever witnessed a match on the Chevy Chase course was out when the two players teed off and It Increase to fully 200 before- tha end Of the match. Dr. Gray defeated his opponent. Mr. Laffertjr In the semJ-flnal and Dr. Harban beat Mr. Dalzell 1 up. the Utter rimming' ths eighteenth bole on a short putt. The Gray-Lafferty match was so closn that feur additional holes had to t play ed. when Dr. Gray won by better puttlnj. Dr. Gray Won First Hole. It was after 2 o'clock when Drs. Gray and Harban started play Dr. Gray won the first hole but the next three were halved. At the fifth Dr. Gray sliced his drive but made a beautiful recovery from tha high grass and trees to the approach green. Dr. Harban took the hole in T. and his opponent could make It In no lets than 8. making the match even. The ser enth hole was halved In K and Harban won the next. Gray's drive landed In tha sand pit at the bunker which wa filled with water- and lifted his ball under the penalty of a stroke. The short -hole was halved.In bogey with the match half way and even. Botb players did well In the next two holes which were halved. but Dr. Harban won the next on hit op ponent's drive off the course into the briar and long grass. With the match against him. Dr. Gr y made the thirteenth hole with a four wiile Dr. Harban went Into the bunker and took a six losing the hole and once more making the game even. Both drlrti were good In the next but in the 'ap proach ihot Dr. Harban overran the grt n to the edge of the fifteenth tee. while Dr. Gray did much better Harban made a fine recovery and halved the hole. Harban looked t \be the winner of the fif teenth but Joit it on a putt. His opponent on the approach shot landed in a sand pit going to the sixteenth and the score was even when Dr. Gray took the hole In a four. In the drive off the ev- enteenth tee Dr. Gray went slightly o2T the course but succeeded In halving 1tte hole. Dr. Harban rimming it on a short putt. With the honors even the Interest of the big gallery wai intense and when Dr Gray drive landed in the woods at the home hole. It teemed that the match WM not his but he found the approach shot unobstructed and landed fifteen feet from the coveted cup. Dr. Harban again had a short putt and this time. too. he rimmed the hole and hi opponent won the match with a three. There was quite an ovation for the popular Chevy Chase player when the little ball dropped out of sight anil Dr. Harban heartllr congratulated his worthy opponent. following are the cards of theplajreri Dr. Cray..4 fSITtflS4l 44 l I-ll Cr. Rarbaa. t-lt Brooke TI. Brooke Consolation. The semi-finals brought two out-of-town players together. V7. 6. Br.ooke of the Gordon Park Club Cleveland and w C. Carnegie of St AndreWa. Pltuburg. Mr Brooke defeated hU opponent by 2 up and 1 to play. E. f Brooke of the Columbia. Club and TV. XJ. Peter of Chevy Chase were the other pair and Mr. Brooke woa this S up. In the finals W. S. Brooke won from E. P. Brooke 2 up and 1 to play. Ninety-three players entered for th handicap but of this large Hit only nineteen turned In cards. Several other played the count but the strong wind kept their scores high and they preferred to withhold tlwir cards. C. Garrison the youngest player of the Chevy Ctu Club returned with a net core of n Iwvlntr ft handicap ot 12. and this Wwi thonght to be good enough to win th handicap first honors but later on DC. L. w. Glazebrook came In with a. nee total of 69 and etlll later T. K. XcwtooM returned with the same figures which werenot beaten during the remainder of the play. Both had a. groas score of I. and A handicap of 18. These two will play off the tie. going eighteen holes OB Monday. Dr. L. L. H rban won th priie for low t grow score which wai The cards of M sr Glasebrook and Kewbold are u follows U W. Olaiebrook i I S I 44 t I5J4 MJ-IT 114 1111 r 11 s s 4 4 -n Resnlts of Day's Play. L. L. Harfcan defeated 8. Dtlf.ll 1 a W. Of. Gray dtftsled 0. C. Laffeny 1 uo la U wlec. t FUuli W. K Orsy 4eatel 1. L. Harhtn. 1 SEJa-m'At-COJfSOLATIOX OT. W" S. Brook dtfeaud W. C Ctnegl I b aad 1 to play. E. P.-Sr k. defMted W. 0. Peter. 1 9 Brook d f U4 K. P. UB nl.t t HANDICAP CCP. Grot Bdkf. U. W. Claiebrook Ch.TT Chat IT T. E. Xe bol h.T7 Chat IT C Harrison. Ch.TT Caas U U t. Btrbaa. Columbia U A. Britten OUT Chase. U T. 0. Horstmaaa. Ch.Ty Chase. 14 W 6. Brooke Cordon Park. M 8. W Doublelay Aptwamls n. tt C J. Bell. Chsry Chat IT C L. Varlatt. Ch.ry Chase. n J. H. CUp CbetT Chas tt R E. U T.tWt. Washligton. K H. Thomptoo. Ch.Ty CbaM H C. X. Prally Ca.tr Chat M Q. W. Watts Biltlmor. Coittry Club i. M. lot W. U. XeCtal.y. Usrtoa Clab. II' A. H. Rithertord Baltlmere Coaatry IM Id. WlUB Celua U. Ml Received Highest Award. pMlai la Tl V Mnttou Pelt. St. Louis. -Mo. Oct. S. The Qunn Seo ioual Bookcase Filing Cabinet and Ot- flce Desks were to-day awarded at the World's Fair the highest prlxe for design cabinet work and fioUh. oJ I n Sectl n. .mLe wekruntou\ f 105f Se t1on t r J t \.1W' -u Y a d Gr y'Filed 4i. .and BALY OUTcLS 'hey Pluck the I Lt\e PacUce te Vi torous Team-Touch-dow E.v r Fou Miutes Wle Rp- on' Grdion I' tOkGergetown tlnute rn talnt footbal 'Washng- taand L e. unt substutes f'ltn och 'Retr lst. tam fal to b.down nery minutes Tt ioabut heln kck-out I Whle t e' YI- gans battt. H' ct ors were' fne exhbl. Uo Gtorgtown Vnl-j Yerll. tr C. an 11. howe\er. wa arce thn prctce preparton EtrggIewlh Crss un. \'Istors mar' darkneu..necesslated thl cslng the' gme. player 'fre ehausted fn- J' o til \'Islor InewE strQngr let \1 thedi- t'nr pIa's'fnt I.IS oreiOWn'8 tme 11,1 Carrol dash d forard o' toch-owrs. ien ayed Jod the' tht healY VIrgiIans 1it -how -\I thtir 'eak theypsst tome 3 'ads "ere 'f. r I. na. -'atd dwindle Inslgnlf- lton. Bes'oe Jlare cmlendble game Wahing- e. but 11ter tte Cnter. Ist tllr protesr Whlngon Ie t.he' to.s. Ii klck d wlhn 1 f ut tr goal lcttUar retlrned i I baI. tok bal 'ard &aln Carrl. faIng 'ack. anI bgn 11 J 'ar acc r- fdtlrough por pa I reco\ered CMre.town.Wlhln 'aml trltd .uh-own. Y.i rhor 'ars. b a'kl p'odcel th. frst. cioW 1laln r goal t Ball Yaane kckt,1 of forGeo 'ietown. tr'OI cught 3- 'arJ lne retd I W trt tme i "lwl ad l'O" "I"n of. lh b t' 'ht i 1r5t 'erl t. 1ed 1 b cldg Ftr \ith r att mlt. t rlc'e tnd. lOrce I l.mt. bal "ID tout yard on Iton' -.rd lne. low.rful i 11 h'hoer Bcc'jck srd "II .eN'h thl s c- 'min e. 1ahones. kkkel. goal Sr"re. 1 O. Te. ttam \r Ila e1er"lje It decl kck ct. i l rn lYaho"er's kik 5ranl Un to' Wa hngton nd L'g 2).arl lfe .rd t ld i t owEd ftctacuJar pa 'ig xnder. reiu'tedln A curt rsuled tiE p tles Mart l 'aUgh I. ani a wa t e th bl -YcGettgan. I thu -the' I entre d' tan t e Wih bl n" 15 'ar lne Carrol gand lur 10' bhlnd 'a.bt falfd. ca rylg I rext. ply. lah ney Seal\ Ater Telve 2--0. ot Boock hi i ne reured ro bal 1-rard 2 arund leCt' eM. whlrlng Aexnder and. Ir. a Cetgan :0 heled kCke j g.3 mlnutes'of s-cre as I tarl retured he net klck-ot 'adJ i trm lne. en1lqslr fel 3 Alexandertaly lm. Yartel bhind lne an. wa only -O satere gtme. Carrol. wit atemptl. rard. touh.down. 'WIh 114 m. gme I' 3 To late hd returMI klck-ot midle feld Carol 2 fatel hd contrlbutl bal dIrecty behnd o o ahvne faie goal Sore. te fory seond whch atempted a' retunJng klck-ot wih a punte 1yar W-rard'Une 'arte hs Alexaner Interfere. hal eor. 3 i. Iee taied Jake frst. reured ltance tme. Substtutes Washngon Le W3 pUn trt klk.ot th Mcettgan returne 4) entie dstance Hat tade minute aterplay kickd ma- In scr 4 i. He Rem snt fve subttutesLux sucedl .FUigerld KeJ G\en Suton c- Dugherty Boock. Hart Pe.loualy ha 'glven Dodsn. .uesen- hrry 'Kng quater. Lter suplanted lp. Startng theeld Ick.ot. Gergetown reclh'ed frt pnaly hr lne chrgng 'te p1 bIL fcGet&a QuarerbaCK whch resulej nothe1 penat ot-sldt Carol rpoved yard peultes t. IS. yad though tcle. Ge6g'town wa aother 8yar fnaly scorld lal oal i JolnJ llle U-yar 'buck U ths pint th Wa Cled cut ne-up I Goret.1 .Psltou W.4 L .nreI4 Lu..I.r .nl. Caml .Ift Chltou O. .J.l run. Rl I .GI"a K.I .tenter. .jton x.1 .rrt H.mlon a. boper\ .rrJ. C -cklc. 'lt.rl .carr. luttol..rlrht ed..Klac .lu&de Xetts' .uA.r bck. .ln.D.f .1. ilIL I k .lt bat. I.a DIII r1. 'D ln. H R .bon4.rlt htf brk. "arUll .k..t. U. Ck. .3.0' Ref (4'sl. r'Unr- 3. 8\of clol J. 11. .f.n .0 tnl\rltJ. Tlmel-y..t. Drle. E. BlUer Uneamen-lnl. Toucl-o' arl. Yul. Boock. Ore. ad hhner. klcke-y.honey LnrO hal\IO 1 mlnUs. Sore Gerretown. ad L. EASr Y VIGINIANS Mitar Inttute Tem provement-Line Stonger- Cadet 5fal Te Wihingon Charlotte"le 2.-YIglnla &ored lltary Instute thl .nnapols defeatng 1 pia Yrgnla shoV'o lne pl l ten at wih \Im V'tre r rest.ing. expeted times th i 'ad. defensl'e. lne en s wi. frst mlddI' frst hl. prttt 2 rds Int- tut 'Ieft goal scred e f se nd halt I cade fumb d -'ad Inl. falng bal. recessl'e lne Inl. bal lberal eured feld goal the wlnt toal.ot atempts galoped tnal kck- out' was goal thl fve thlre were wih ale EIher a' kik 4 a avaied oi giroa f J eu t 1 i Ylrllpla's wih lsle next Te lne-up \i lnl. Positons. W.ren. .Ier .Yorlon. COiL. taetle. Jam. Hull. ruad. .Fuer Etct .Rlq Ilard. Cothrl. .rgt .C 1 Wlbma. ed. .Steelo be'k. Talaerro Boher. let hlf b.ck. Diol Pn ll. .rgbt b.l .Beckn r L on. Y.nry. :11 bak. TOUh-wnlRadolph Bober O.ls 1Im touch.downl-YIDce. t. CmpIrBJn. lllnnlty orth C.rln. RI.rn-Wlla. TIkepflcRa .nd Crcra Tt. halv. I BLSS. Dows Electicans i 'fle footb'l represen'lng1h& the'Rhoe blad Avnue contnued I strek defeatig Biss Eptncal Schol i Are l ground. frst c urch of to.h electricans bU later 108t bl seadiy ad'aced bal unt WUter ws shov d. lne nrt tnuch-own. I Jpeated. tale kck Ilth.r hlf Blss ct. Te I plarer bal.\ feld. no' ntge el trlcln stead lne pungs Sand 'ads churh advance bl lne. Witen wa shovl I thlrt anI lat touch.down Brley kcke oal I Witen Wiiams playe fne game wlnntr JohnPn was electrlcans. churc wa considerbly te lattr 'a otaet p I e Jh t S J y ct h w1 sn rouce excelent team Te Uneup R PIUoo. BIu HeDdu .Ie Demak Mo. .l.n tckl. .Iet lurd. FOllk. rentn. Xe n Whetl. .FIII.r..rrbt CUr. Wllaml .rlht tcle. 1 J.t..rlt .D LYII Ck capt..quaerbck. aurel .te.t hl bck. Hlwlt C'M .rIU hl bak. Sr WlttD .11 b.ck. .JohlneP tmp\ "a HOr. 8a. Rterr. H.rn. A 11-Dr. Hunt' Lumar. Ourac Tte blul20 1 mil. utf Tocb-011'lten Cod-Brl. Cub orgn- Izton anrl yeal. .tir mak. ls tnt athletC. rburh b Itend to'l qui tlrl teat tle nd Ier wl he& o tem a TOUOH'DOWNNEAR Washingon Po rShow- COSSED THm GOA Ater Gven Plin-Lngge Lectue Dd I TheyPlay School-bo Telve P unds More.Than Thei O onelts. Afer por exhibiin footbal threefOrhs Gere Wah- IIgton lnlverslt' th I aginst Galaudet ateroon 6cor d o Galau. frst hal scre' ra vor Grge W qshlngon. I Te' sho"lng universiy 18 decd dlsi-I I polntent frend hI felngs Alhough Washngton outweighd Galaudet .twelvl el Ror 's unt lt minute Wah. wak tle pssibi- Iy de eat. te lghter apr ferce fght gal. begnuntl 4 fnal wih difculy lsUngih chlk lnes. Gorge Washingon seaon alernately d W hlngton wa Por interer- frst hl wa wor shoolby plys otenslve t n. mutes whe ever the' seured bal. especaly frt hl. th lr a- ton dd wonde"r. Durng frst hal entre WahIngon' tern tor. Up thePlay'ers. bive. howevr. usl dressing-roo WahIngtonns hlt Incrasd sped. th gme bega t1 ply rel faotball superioriy o\er Galaud tthat wa expectl thi Galludet's tho ghhenler I 15 po.und 2ame. thrugh Ingon's lne grund ganers. I kcked 'at. prety an th Galaudet hi 5-ytd lne. bal pushe thei feld trst lne si e 2 yars. mot the .play .was dircted agaIns I lne. lie pjr atack. R lehard aroun 1 'ardl. Robertn i 1 Flnaly. 3.yard .ne. Gala wai te Ql Wln ton ft 1 pa fool 41yard run Wit bal a m t I Gal uet gth I ere shado\ .1 post tre tere Wa bal bthlnd 'I Scre WahIngon. Galaudet. 2 'ard. lne I Galaudet. W hlngton Dal kIck Galaudet' retured bal wthin I reachig WahIngton I bing e mute feld. an 'Wahlnlton bal bhind lie bal wa 2 'ard lne. Gslaudet fumb'ed bal. I wai Wallngton's t r- rlor the feld tme wa cale Pas. hl Steeneran Wahington bk. fnding on wit. Washngon Ie. ad t Galaudet Coch Rork. releve Sith "let's stonewal agtS attck. bl chnge hnds aa Washingon ad Galaud t kIk carl bal an .a.dd d o a oud "th ed. gol ca1ed. wa klckl darknes tel feld. Washingon a'stampee Galaudet gal Pia wel agInst appsIng tem tlat r .er qui a Ste.ensn. Wahington. I gound. caried 2rard lne. 'as strng fresh. advnced 5yard lne. despertely. opp- i slton g ned frst ouch-dow i wa afer bal the chlk lne. tne to mised ScoreWashigon. Galaudet. .ful Iamt lemg 1lther tking bhlnd George B t l 'ktowad tht I mutl s1 ni. Atlr 'Washlngtn's touch-owr whIste t.l.e.w bal. wlhl 2j' yars Gslaudet gol. ha\ng strined e.er' etort touch-dow bfore gme claseJ. Th team Ine G.n.utt PotonL Gc. 'IMnrQn Rlh.rd .Ief \t. .le1 tek1e. Wllsml .Ien rud. onl' ouc .celte. Wo Chndle .l..rrbt pad. Kllo" Ylb.1 .rlbt tckl. Feld. 'Yonler rIlt eld..W. Wel bck. SteenelD Kutzl .Iet bl Wtliton Jobrl .rrht blf bck. SttTnl o. er .ful bck..F. WHt RefereFe. K Nleln XerL tmpu r Hoon Dcktln Tmek. e. Coler. G.ladeL ad Albr Wuhtnn Ufe f. B 1te1. Ca. i f a f m C \ulca I Capt Morow Footbal Enthusst. I Actng Commsloner .ay w. 1nt. "I' Grgetow-Wahngton Le fotbal hi ter wa altr halback Ts -wa te 9. thre reas wa coches mltr Lst retured frm Phlppines Aly-NaV ths behu oprtuniy winess' ad pu ad. 9r onea J f I o/i O Wet WOR Al Thti MistakesTouch'dowfor i Fist Ha1 Secod Wa Teve-yard Lie I Bal Ovr Goa PolntN. Ot. 2-Westpolnt tod'y I teir nul 1 I \.as frst te Ary i tere rejjl ttg I mp Tht Solders' twO toucbdowt j' rs 1s rns quck P pnents frst hal hd fa gln. Hi breakng tb In. Nocled thlvslors' 'ard lne andwlh hells rn g l lne frt g-l. w s kiced wa I I. evene maters. howtver. Caets. lne w1. carylng 1al45 I Joan. Bomer. an Shevln wereltrong thO C.dets' ln. Shevll kicke a ealY 'goal T.here afer hl\was ti ad\antaje slfhU In. Plnts Etore being 'Torey's' Brlant Run. hal. ater e- ch'nges bal lne. stod grund. ater down made annal etort adets galnt itand during hls brlUnty seured th bal 10 ard lne wih ln ful to teld touch-down wh1e tem wid delght ply w stefeature Graes missd eay hal endl wih bal .n 4y rd Te wa larg st tht ha atende eaon. wa elegaUon afcer frm' Mpol watctethe jame lne-up P0OI. Ta. .Ief .SbnID .Ier Enl' Wul. .1ef ad. .Klner T ton .centt. I S'rrn. Tpp Crns. .r&h\ t kl. .Hocs" I GUe.ple. .rrht .14. .Nfi I G.I. .qulter b.Ck. .ROhel Hi. Hnlon..rlht al Nettcr..let haf baet..fere. Hoy I Torey. .f I' bk. tmplreMr. fe.cken.Ref.re-fr. Tlomp L.ima-r. Hokn m. han 1:0 ml tes. i WNS EPisopal. .HighS hol a Aexnd" I Tf Wester .HIg Shol fQotbal I Episcpal HlghSehol ner Al'x ndrla yesterdy aferon gme hlves g tt onc wasW ser' goalnsenous dn er bal.on theEplscpali bys hd yar Jake touchdown Curch gied stea ly ech tme or e skrted rIbt nd makn Worhgton klck. di cult gol Not\1thst g diaUowance kicke rrm feld nuerous s\er penaltes. Capt. Curch hs frm becmIng discourged Ind earesty steadiy tJeend. cearly --utplaylug the r oP 1ents. WST OVRWHELMED. Mchigan Roled R cord PoitL I lch. Ot Unvr- Ily Mlchlgnfoot al to-ay i deeated th Unh'erly- WestV1ma 13 toO. Thi lchgn h evr TbeEast- eres galn S y&d alogether defen e. Chicago Norhweter I 'CJcago Oct -cag. 3 Narh- weter The ae th tres whch tel de sh.e otbalVctor' Stgg Is men adlsour- gng aachYcorack Id Nathwuter eevn Te at. I otthe fst wa Cico 4.1 I O.By vcor Ccg deld. In. rce. f r..1. he wester fotbal chplonhlpfotl I Amhersts BroW Pro\ldence. R I..Ot bd e.d''g. am..e/O. T'Amh ert Br O.Conesbl sorIng touch-dow. e frt'ht I wasl hty supnor. k plg ba Amhert tertor oftbl tme. severl occan Brow hlstrkln Auerst. gol brce cnUC Ad i do COLUI COUD I Penslvni's. Sieen Poit Mde I Miserble Kickng Fublig P ladelphOct 2.j Unveriy Pemylvala tootbal elev n today de Columbia tea Sor a PennsylvanIa scred touch.dowl frt seond. resulng. I wa a th gme whih Pennsylvana wa .anger. eUmlntng kickng fumbles bented nothtg cose. Pnnsylvana's nrt and. doW wer resul par Duel. fnal' ore wa tmbe Jehentbln afer hd ben cled t haf releve Doo- I lne wih. the. ec pton Pennsylvai wa feld Wllk Th otenlve 'Smlh.ot PennsYlvnia. brUlant. tacklng rmakable I unusualy b. cuse tactcs wa j' th lne sevral pnates I w re againt Stangland Thore th' st elevn. I ealy th Pennlylvanl Buel lmenta- I kiking. wheReyolds. w s bter for score frt wihin fve mnute ater began lne-up I Penn'lal& Pcslto L ClumNL Dk .Ieft end. POl. Grlwold Illtkle1lC.1 .Ief tckle. Br01 I Tiber. PIekrkt .lt ra. dn. Ehevenl Tory. .center. Fnnelan ZIfler. .Iua. Stglad LmB" .rrt tcte. Tore nkler. Hole bck eld. ulr. Steensn .qle back. DDV. I tpntbln ReJoldl .1ett.h.1 bak. DU41 Townsnd Grene Folwel .right haf H.lmrch Arltrnr. .11 b.ck. Carer Tuch- 1n. -Pleknkl Stfelsn t. Goa toucb-own-ReJedl. ReferMr. Jclunr.Lhlrh UmpUr. Lord. Trniy. U1tmar. Hall Yal. h.ITI2 mlnutf ech S TEA. of' Marland Speca Wuhlngo PO Annapls Oc 2.-S Joh' fon tro Unlverty Marland' tghtest knd O.Te scarng wa al th frs hlf. Iorsce wltn a .8crlng Te 'lsltoJ esly euas seady gund ganng. \oleglans rtc ncy detal f gme judgent 'varly a crt- Nevertheles Improve Marlnd tht year wa Te nneup wa St PosIOD. C.Pt Huts St.I'r.lett t.ckl. .Cal Cl.rk. let rad .I..1 Grel. cente. t. B.ub'l C rad O"fO cC.rd.U.rglt tckl. Gibsn Hopkln. rlgt .18n DunU C.Pt quner b.ck .810n Smih. let hal bck haf bck .Hala J.ckon. ful b.ck .W.tu ReereeXr. 01cutt .t tmplrMr. brlal. 0 Toucl-owoSmltb. Ga fr m toucb-dowlren. rm.Two Jimll t. h.IYL GAE Lhigh Deeated 6 Wekenng i Seond Hal. Prnceton J..Oct. t-The ganed eaiest footbal victor te leason today L- hgh sre 6 frt touch.down prved hrd- Lhigh gve an i queston coul sore I aloted tme. Ine.up PncIOD. POllon Lhrh Cwfor .Iel Cr1cr Cn y tackl. \.nrnl .ln& Bachmn C.rten .cnte. HI'e Ilhn .rlsbtrr. mu. Sta .rlbt tckl. Oot Tuke Wa4 .rrht .d. Oltol Rlttr .quaer back. \a411c Riter. Slmoll .ef hlf bk. Stener F ul. .rrht bafack. Ble. JohnsD Kier. clt fI bk Kt. A41 hllr Tuch-1u-Feul. S Sbn 4 11Ier.2 SIDD G.II fm t.uel-o"D U" CmplrM ID4. Pelllnnl& Refr r. Drea Lnlf-M.uTory L 1111 al Dab o Pnctn Tm. haT. 3 mbuteL AteD n z5. FOOTBA4' Atantic 9rganlze ths sson tems whos werb 1 1 punds. Addes BPrest 5 ust Il adeinnlson t am hor- ganlzd.'and lke arne g mes wltb/teams anragg to. Adress K 18 Fourenth stt. Jorhwet Te Phetp totbU te m defeted lchgan yesterdy mring scr To featur wa-the tea work'ot te winner. Coiumbl Star footbal t am. Ingonlfs o ngouns. defeate th kotuby 3 St. waI fne tea work whch showe a vat iprvmet oer tat uday's .wth'tbe Virnis Wet" more' te bst th komas 'WUe 10 Individua cllt shuld b gvn.anrlyeonthe Star te l rrard rn o Autn'.for a touc-lwn .a a Tn cammenle 11. I FAlED Neiher Dckinson Lne. GA MRKD FMLG Mddies Faied Maita Stncrd i wt Prce- ton-everalField Leng i Penaliescore Plya Nav Faed i Severa Chances Speil tC T. Wuhbronlo& Aap ll. Md. Ot mute rnk tublg. scorsot ot-slde pl Y. feld-lengh lo penaltes. te gal line tels storot to.ays Oi gIdion b tween te I thpmen elevn Dclnsou Colege. 'heleam whch lst Satu- dy PrlcetQn\ Tiges I i fed. ths aferoon t fel It ronerrankln cout. Seldm lale footbal Annapols compeled wi. nes gae. I Impatence. tmes te I Middes I oecslon faled opprtunIty. Te a wel a opponent Inseveral cae an exceptonal IndIvidua bth h1pped perisent paUenC Umpir caled uP. n t.o p or 1 Y. ard frt Nav a -'ftgrd goo thre- I spet gan otset whch i a chanc II'frt th Id. dIes .hd opponent. -yad lne ad i Causy gven bal bunding lne. I wa coverd Dlcln- Visitor. vsitors. whO hwever. eualy giy fumblng. Da'i Klngsne. Th later wa thrugh th Navys tme agan whie I fel. b\t tmbles r-8de bal whn Ine-apwa Dlellon. P0ItoO. NIT. Cmer .I.r tn4. Wltlr leel.y cpt .Iet tckle. .Frly cpt 0cnr MUlle .Iet rtr. 001 tmt .cente. Yehlc .Hm .rrlt r.r..Smlb OBrian Da tckl..Camben PI.n .rlhC .4. H01Ir lmp n .quaner bck..Wlcol 'non Klnptb. .Iefhllbck. Dk. Roblll .r&ht haf bck. Stlberle Sidle .ful back..Cau r. Dw.ll- rXa" Dlcklnlon tmplrYr. Shp. R.fereMt. Abbtt TmeeperDr. Bre Lneaeoldbma Lni Ir. Sll ANNAPOLS. Wasigon Tea Nav Nex I Gerge Wahngton Unversiy wUplr I Is frst totbal agnst Nava Acad my Annapls Wedesdy afernon. Te lnvrslty mangement jxpect otthe bdy atend ge. stc1 tran wi Wahingon ther accommodaton. Theleven wi Almapls a tranleanng here' a' o'cok s'el tn \1 AnnapUs Wahington. Gt th ennng. Alhough univeriy coches t. dstnct disapointed Wahngon.s por shoWng fthe gmeaglnsl I ex.p. ct tam I geaf Is ay.and -a mal t FOOTBAL GAES WEEK I nESDT. OB& Z e"L Bu.ln. Amerc.1 Lru. Pak Y.o"OBEL Crr' Wublctn T. Aupll. Alupll. L A al'L. n St Joh."Colep. t TSDA r OOBER Japll TL SlrmCr ARnplL FIAT OBE Cet n Tehle1 .merltn. P k 8TtmA. OBE o Cerpto L CI atPIaelpbl Vrnl XUtf IIUut.n at Joh' LxtDn Vla o"a 11 O.llud.t .xelan Creen Hanar'T' PeurlnllL Cardc Ta. Colubi .X. 1ork Ct n Corel Ithc. allie 41al Vrelll. a Norolk n WIIIn alrn W.t Polt 111 .tWet Poflt Hnl lt n'oreer Ac4er. C- -"r4 Ta. ma n Alo er. a .4oTe. 'lean 3lcha ala CrOT& .IUa. atChlcarn t"Hne Blol Icklt Nohwler n t.n"'lt ETaSon. tUft Xebrka orr nel Iowa n Ae. l.a Cltr. Cor l,36Fa Mrh5 Ihc Y. Oct ren defeat Fakn .1anhal ths' aferon' sore S tCOrelounelrh vior wunotonche14 dow. 10t .th bU manyUes bld rmblll. CoreUmade 1rst tou QW wth amate afer th Idck-r adlred pint the 1t ht. Fn kUn 'aJbl 'uphU ge. sverl lon gla"on fak puntplr. whc Crl uble ItOD DE 1C A .tWteof.ilIU dWil.lt rl- leite GChpionsp ato..Mas..Ot L Whte Han'ed toywonthe Iterli.erate ltthlonahlpon.th Clb cure d eaU Chndler. Egn. t natanl&ateur. gol chm- pIon ad als Harad 1r Wte'lge. whle. .br Uant wa veryatudr.and pr clyaSaM hmot"1 tor a clos moml& round/when wa Eg py h m rng I rther can leu. .atert non wUsteaeri ad' ted .cre .th. Ift.entb h. la thrugh Whte' magcentputi IAhgh wnd prevledal i Inter. ttend cnsiderbly wih. thedrvll pme. I gn' th1 afernon l perfectcondltn .1be 1111. Hana4- J r r t r -I.m H.C x.u H.rrar44 0. J 1 5 S f 4 In. S S. S S S 11. Ot I 1 4 1 SIT l..m .1 5 S 1 I Isr4 XTE.FYG CONt. i Wie Brok Defetir. Hope Tre' Conestnts St Lout. Oct -Te secod m ktefylgcontetwu h ld.t .dy 1 te Pm SLuiS ut. rle rev1 d t 'conomi to' ex. Istlgweather CndiCDI. In. wl d velocty whch .W8 estmted i twenty-fe mes n hou.e1t kes werrstarted D nngtheUtre Cntest fveklet roe 'Iteadl1 of &wlr. whchheld I 'dueeast t pIto manuact. ure li.t wie cuse tole 0 Byonne J.t .Fatoutof Lui. ad H B Blato t Webster'Grvf. t 'awy be.fo.r d nta attude 4 teet Sil Jone. CcgE E Hr- tet ChlrgoRyuond Angleml.e.of 81 Lu1WUla Kig. 8t Lis. ad Ba'onf. J..fsht contelt Ed1yentere ktes fcal resUts .wl announced 1ondy. HV nDETIWS. Brnl En'Rus Baced b Defn Cambrdge. -Mus. Oct. -Two lant rns JurIey ad aoth. i el NIcholl. Iturdy I al tIes enobledHarard i CatUleIdl ns Inthe.Stadum tQday scre i th eleven terce cont gt tl frst l.nelher retn withn .trIi j Jn dstance oppoie I Harard .upber eleven NIchol. clcMthe Indl IU' fo 3 rard. rund 2 yars rst sore. Afer exchnge tcbj Ute rshing. Harard gtthe bal 4)'ard a tmbl. J Dlaronatandem'rshes b11 t 2yard lne. whch caried Itwlt. rardsot tl. trdlanS I rshes mke "th .h"r\ dltance &d secnj BcoreHur. Agai halngt hMr.KOr kck tth dlecourainc feaure Harardstndpalnt wa .he tb1ty lof rner. fat bal..the Illdans g ttng. bal tme fLbles.natwIhtdng bauUful .dr. Harard 'wa lck1ng dtpartment makng 1 Hrd Bcrlmmares 'be Indans wer anY beter. 1st theIndlao'\ered pnl- Uesfor ot.slde la.The lle. p Hunr. POIUon Crilt. nler. R&WI .lt ed mt BrU. D .Iof .tk..Jowen Parke \lt. .kf r..DIU Pallsn Fzr .centr. K.lu4r. Jldu .rrlt ca.\lt. 8ulr1 .tlht .tck"4.j L Laf. Sbulf rrbt .1 K.n Kera .qnre. bul. Ubb Niclt. JtJld .Iet hf bck. Seldn Huly .rrbt h bol Hld Cal. 1It .tU b. Ql.t Vmplr. Ewl. Prctn J te Stuler. Vnlvnlt. o Pnlylnn. Llmf Weln Smt orH"anad C.of Cla. Touch.d..uHller. 2 GalKera 'm. fhalel inutL PENSYVAI.STATE ws Wi.hlgon anc Jeffer D tses .Anul Gae 1 too Ptsurg.Pa. Ot -he Wahngon ad Jetern PenYI nnla totbal toay 1' won'by Ste b kI 1 0 ge chracterl d 'byln plung vr atemptblni- mad tornthc'ends Forkumln secld hl. brke Washln'gonadJef- i tersn'8 lne rnot6 yads'to touch-own. I .enstoJal fea. tur th. cntst. Wan&on ad Jef- fesonnever teatenethe Stte oa cme toStto'i Ioai-wa. z rard. .when n bS t t o ec r J wa com led ba k teld the8 ond FOTBA RESUTS. Tm8oltDenlCI'I H.l J. brl. Ollololtlt.rlhenlr.'l' C. eprbce0holun 'IUbrrr' Orli. Ohlol KtJCollce t 'Df. Wolir. swfn l. tlhf"lt Ceel a. 1. A' Cmla4.01 t t"tIT SlolT la4.1 Kntl Aw D. 1. Ad. Ohl A4UOhl Welea. Molt 11. Jell. .C.U. N.pel. CUele e. Iowa-Amtscn'I' 1. .8Im'It I 'llt. 101 Clr. I l lnnlr ffIcL U 'Q"a or L' a4\nWII-t nl .f'1nlll Dnk Crlent. AtCCI& t' bmtt - cel 1 KI- tkr 8t Col e Atl pl tI "rICf of Mll r.U Cltre. A It LI \RiTn1 ff In41a nw bll Cnlnnllof r I. Ltrte.ID.-IIIOI' I IdU. I 8rrlt-yeuo taITenlr. lr Inc1 .Stbr.-Ntbu 'Jxt .luu.P-Lyeti "alu. I. N. Ole&ITlau' tlnnlt. JI. ld.af lutut. 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