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- WiwwwpffWMwiMUtPP wwwtwjiMyjp SSwP SPtll gpsgf J Wjjawyjjutwwv lHPjwjiijiWjW - Tprvi vi - y - v SPORTING SECTION 0he to imgfam f00t SPORTING SECTION WASHINGTON SUNDAY NOVEajBER 25 1906 Nebraska Is Swamped in Last Game of Season ECKERSALLS GREAT WORK Quarter Back Makes Five Field Goals Out of Nine Attempts Captain of Umrersity Team Closes Hit Football Career with Sensational Work Cheered by Thousands and Is Borne from Field in Trinmph Three Goals in First Half Steffms and ladings Stake Touchdowns FOOTBALL RESULTS Catholic CalTerriir T GaUaudet 0 Tele t Harvard 0 Cerliale Indiana It Cincinnati 0 Minnesota t Inliaaa a Chicago St Nebraska t Illtiioii I Purdue 0 Syracuse A West Point S SwanhmoT 21 Amherst Lafayette St Lehigh S Western Untrerelty ot Pennsylranla 14 OroTc CUT 9 Brown St Dartmouth 0 Pennsylranla 22 Villa Mori 11 St Johns College 1 Jobs Hopkins U - ii - rersity 0 Cnlrerslty of Pennsylvania rreahmsn If Cornell rreehmxn a Harerford CT New Tork Untromlty Coa It Orinaell 0 Rutgers 21 TJrslaus College 24 Gettysburg Colege 10 Bucknsll 0 - Phlladelpbia Central High School It De Witt aiatoa School Now Tork 0 Ohio Wealeyaa 21 Weetera Kaaarra Unl malty 1L Georgia School of Technology tl Marcar Cnlrerslty 0 TJntvsrsrty ot Arkaneaa 21 Tulana 0 Richmond Collect IT Randolph - Maeoa College 0 Nary t Virginia Polytechnic Institute PENHSY SCORED ON TWICE Yale Triumphs Over Strong Crimson Team 6 - 0 winning Football Crown in Fierce Punting Duel GRAND STAND TALIS - 1 ON FIVE WINNERS Crowd at Massfflon Thrown Into Panic by Collapse of Structure MassUlon Ohio Not 14 In the pres ence of a Tast throng of gridiron enthu siasts from all OTer the Stat MasaJlon TncVrMr MHiPr MsfrpC NntnhlP this afternoon defeated Canton 13 to t wv At an exciting point In the same tno HOW THE TEAMS STAND Tala Yale Tala Tala Tala Tala Tala Yale Tala TALE 21 Wealeyaa tl 8yracus It Springfield 17 Holj Cross 10 Pens State 12 Amherst 10 Waat Point a Brown 01 Princeton Tout llll Total HARVARD Harrard T Harrard 10 Harrard IT Harrard 27 Harrard 2t Harrard 44 Harrard Harrard t Harrard 5 Harrard 22 0 t t 0 0 I a Total 107 Will lama 0 Boardoln r Maine 0 Bate Amhcrat Ac 0 Springfield 0 Watt Point Brown Indiana 0 Dartmouth t Total 20 Scores of Former Games Chicago Nov 24 Walter Eckersall eiuarter back and captain of the University of Chlcaro football eleven closed his college football career to - daj b making St field goals for his team against the University of Nebraska In the lest Chicago game of the season The final score rwaa Chicago SS Nebraska 6 Kin times In the course of the two halves - Eckersall booted the ball In an attempted drop kick over the Nebraska goal Three of these missed one was blocked I but the others some at rather difficult Tangles sailed through the mark Three mt the field goals were made in the first half from the 25 27 and 30 yard lines TZe two In the second half made within few minutes of each other were kicked rrom the 25 and 19 yard lines Triumphal Procession When the same was over thousands of cheering Chicago students swarmed on the gridiron and borne on the shoulders of two big athletes Eckersall led a trlvmphal procession to the gmnaslum Steffen and Idd ngs mads touchdowns for Chicago In the first half and Steffen Icade the third touchdown In the second thalf after a run of 70 yards Nebraska s one touchdown came as the result of a long forward pass bv Ecker - eall whicu fie C llcago bads faleJ to get one of f - e Nebraska backs falling on the ball on C icago s lS - vard line and In three plajs in oie of vihch Little plunged through Ch capos iet tickle for 11 yards the bal vtert over tae goal line Defense Invulnerable Several times during the gaiie Ne brasWa had tie ba 1 well wifiin Chicago territo - v but the oefcrse p - oed lnvul - nerable and punting had to be resorted to Nebraska foug t ha - d ard pluckilj to tee end but Chicago earlv found a weak spot in the leit wlrg an J the Ne bras a backs cuald not stop the plunging Chicagoans C t ijj used t e forwa - d pass fake kick and on side kick oten and general for good gains althoug i tie Ne - baika ends wet seldorn fooled on the plajs Ihry sjraply could no break up the great Interference glen the Chicago runrtrs T eller got around Chicago s right end for Sryards In tne second half and for a moment it looked as if Xebreuxta might core again But Cooke s attempt at a drop kick went wide and thereafter Chicagos goal line was out of danger PLEBES ARE OUTPLAYED Poor Punting Allows Villa Nova to Make Two Touchdowns But Quakers Strong Defense and Terrific Rushes Enable Them to Win 22 to 12 1M7 Tae I Harrard 0 188S Harrard IT Tals 0 JM Tak 0 Harrard 0 lSflo Tala 21 Harra d 0 1M1 Harrard 22 Tal 0 3M2 Tale 23 Hara d 0 IMS Tale 18 Harrard 0 1904 Tale 12 Harrard 0 105 Tala Harrard 0 x YALE - HARVARD TEAM STATISTICS Tala Poaltlona Harrard Fort left end Macdo all Pali left tackle Oaborne Bride left guard Burr Hockenberger center - Parka Erwln - riant gna d Kereberg BIgelow right tackle Pieroi Alcott right end Starr Jonea quarter tack Newhall Veeder left halt back Foster Lum jlght ha f tack Lincoln Aga HghU WU JTS ft to lbe U 1 02 190 21 t 01 18 20 too in 21 tll 220 24 0 00 204 21 02 ltt SO S Ot 171 If 111 170 22 t 10 10 21 S 11 10 21 111 170 Mora fuU tack Wendell 174 tlltt 1M Arerage weight Tale line 11 ponnda Ararage eight Harrard Areraaa trelght Tale backfield 12K pounda pounds Arerage weight Harrard baoVflVd 1J4 Wt Hght Aga iba ft In jti 172 tUH 21 190 lOOVi 22 111 f 01 20 220 11 n 200 t 01 22 181 t Oltt 20 1M 03 22 14t S 01 24 K7 SMH It 13 S 08 21 t Ot 20 lto S10H 11 line 1S9 17 Knox fumbled Harrard man Philadelphia Nov 24 The University of Pennsylvania football team was scored on twice to - day by the Villa Npva eleven The final score was 22 to 12 In favor of the Philadelphia team The two touchdowns which the visitors secured were made through Pennsylvania s poor hand ling of punts In the back field Lawrence made the error which gae Villa Nova her first score The Quaker quarter back Juggled a long low punt by McGeehan and allowed the ball to roll over the line where McGinn fell on It for the visitors In the second half Longwell was sub stltuted for Hollenback who was silght - 1 injured and one of his fumbles gave the ball to McGinn at midfield and the speed back ran half the length of the field for a touchdown Villa Nova did not have an attack consistent enough or strong enough to have scored against the Red and Blue if the latter had not fumbled The Quakers scored their touchdowns by rushing the ball down the field In good fashion The line - up Villa Nora Daaiels hoc i Buckle Mojrj Coueo Wain Kaie r Mto 11 Slaru Richer is Hcl tnba k Longwdl full back McGe raj Ioucicokiu Greene 2 Hollenback 2 an Mo Glnn 21 Goal from touchdown HollenbAck Crctne aid HcGfen 2 Re erce Mr Tyler of Princeton 1 ninire - Mr Bergen o Prlncetoa Llneaiua Mr Sheble or Pe - mrlTlnia Time ot halves 0 and 1 m nu ca rennrlvania rosltlona L - vcne 1 it nd Urapr left tackle Celiac her left guard DjriL - Larrr c i ler ZKgltr right guard Ganon rtiht tackle Scarlett right end Lawrence quarter back Fotell lelt half btck Grtene r gh bait back NO MATCH FOR LAFAYETTE Catonsville Eleven Easily Defeats Midshipmen 17 to 5 pedal to The W aahlngton Poet Annap Is Md No 14 The eleven of Catonsville Country Club outplayed the fourth class mlishlpmen or Plebes this afternoon and won 17 to S Schaub and Roberts scored touchdowns in tl e first half Edmonston kicking onegoal And missing the other The Navy scored Its only touchdown In this half Donaldson carrying the ball over and Scott missing the goal In the second half Edmonston made the onlj touchdown recovering a fumbl of Toung on a forward pass and running SO yards for a touchdown He also kicked - the goal The line - up ITT Plebea Poeltion C C C Haltthorpe Toung lea end VAest Alnsworth left tackle Kelly Nllee left guard Robert W P Bremn center Luby Logan right guard Brewer Scott right tackle Schaub KllJuff car right end Malone Rctbottom quarter back Edmonston cpt W E Brwwn right halt back Xing Oalea left halt back Graham Donaldson Broiaon full back Bradley Toachdowne Schaub Roberta Edmonston and Donaldson Ooala from tou - hdownt Edmors Oi 3 Referee Mr Bos ler ot St John a Implre Mr Anderson ot St John a Heal linesman Mldahlp - bu Peyton ot United States Naral Academy Linesmen aieesra Mcholson and Pearre Time of kalree U minutes each H00SHRS HOLD GOPHEES Lehigh Easily Defeated by Old Rivals on March Field Eiston Pa Nov 24 Lafajette defeated her old rival Lehigh on March FUld to day S3 to 0 From the moment Doud kicked off Lafajette plaved fne football and the first touchdown was made in less than tnree minutes A second touchdown was made a fewmlnutes later Then Lehigh took a brace and put up a better article of hall but the effot was short - lived as a third touchdown was made after a series of prettj plays bj Lafayette The first half ended Lafajette 1 Le - hign 0 Chalmers missing two goals from touchdowns In tae second half few La - favettes varsity men were In the line but the substitutes scored at will seventeen po ns being made Lenigh was no matcn In any part of the game with Lafayette The line - up Lafayette Snook Doud Dlrberger Kirkps trick Logan Eillcott w betatone Dietr ch Chalmers Norris McAroy Poaltlona left end loft tackle left guard cei er right guard right tackle rlgnt end quarter back left halt bick right half back ft 1 back Referee Mr Moo rice Cnlrerslty of Pennsr anli Umpire Carl Will ama V llreral y o Penntylra la Lineman Mr Mc arey Uatreralty of Penntylra la Time of balree to minutes each Lehigh Trojtmea Burlngam Mclatot West rbet S re Treat Lawyer Puloi Amaa 8p en Mercur APPRENTICE BOYS LOSE Southeast Playground Team Wins Close Game Western Champions Oruld Not Hake Touchdown but Win 8 to 6 Minneapolis Not 14 Minnesota defeated Indiana here to - dav S to 1 The Indiana team sutrsed the Minnesota eleven by their solid stvle o play So evenly matched were the teams that the first half ended in a tie 6 to 6 In this half Pill of Ind ana - secured the ball on a fumble ran for a touchdown and kicked goal For M nneso X Hare went over for a safetv and a Ltt o later Marshall kicked goal from the - 25 yard line The only scoring done in the second half was when Hare of Minnesota went over for a safet BROWFS EASY VICTORY Dartmouth Fairly Smothered by Strong Springfield Eleven Springfield Mass Nov 24 Browm ful fitted all the predictions that had been made for her to - day and fairly smothered Dartmouth winning the annual game 23 to 0 Playing without her captain who was kept on the side lines fcy Injuries the Hanover team looked pitifully weak and was able to make first down hut once until Brown Bene in a lot of substitutes toward the end of the game Brown presented a varied attack with brilliant end runs and delayed pari as the main ground - gainers Cornell Association Team Wins Ithaca N Y Nov 24 After fifty minute of exciting play to - day the Cornell Association football team scored a winning coal against the Columbia team The total score was 2 to 1 in Cornells favor The Southeast Plaj ground football team yesterday defeated the Apprentice Boys team of th navy yard 2 to 0 Although the junior machinists were greatly out - vrelghted In the line their defense was brilliant throughout the contest With two minute left to play the third down and 15 vard to go the Athletes carried Navy back across the goal line and were presented with a touchdown The game was called after the first half on account of darkness the Playgrounds having the ball in the center of j the fiela For Navy Hodgson and Sol - bach were the stars while Murray and Harlan played a good game for the Athletes The line - up Apprentices Positioca Playg - ouna tmmeier center Dougherty Dell right guard Kepler Fry right u kle Crown MensSed right end America Surest left guard Allen Dugan left tackle Mir ej Eida er left end Ro ndtrie Rupe - tua quirt sr back 8niy Berkley full back Harlan Folbch rUht half tack Coeman H dM left half tack Sm tt Tiara of fcalree 20 minutes Raftree Mr CotllL Llaeemen Ollrerl and Conno - a Timekeeper Mr De Mar New Haven Conn Nov 24 Tales bright blue banners wave triumphantly over the city to - night the signal of an other magnificent lctory of her team over her rival Harvard the final score being 6 to 0 The Crimson went down to defeat in a desperate battle which In football strategy and spectacular plays haa had few equals since the two universities have met To Yale passed the almost undisputed tltleof the college championship of the country clouded only by the drawn no 6core contest at Princeton a week ago A - victory for the Crimson would have meant first honora for she had beaten the Carlisle Indians who last week won from Minnesota and who also defeated the University of Pennsylvania the conquerors of the University of Michigan For this reason if for no other the game on Yale field was of unprecedented lm portance and to Yale once more has come a victory which will live forever In her athletic history It was a victory won throujfh greater football knowledge superior team play almost unerring accuracy in developing the possibilities of the new rules and the magnificent work of individual players Score Same as Last Year The score of a single touchdown and goal repeats that of last year on Soldiers Field and it adds to Yales string of rio - tories only twice broken since 1897 Harvard proved a foeman worthy of Yale Her men repeatedly shone conspicuous and the flashes of brilliancy in Individual plays as time and again her backs broke through the line of blue or her stalwart guard Burr sent the ball twisting through the air for long gains seemed to be entitled to a reward Harvard was a trifle slow In executing her plays which as last year seemed to hinge on her great strength of defense while Yale was quick on everything Her men were extremely active Yale s success lay in playing offensively at every opportunity driving her plays hard and taking advantage of every opening when her opponents had the balk Not once did a Yale man have to run down the field without assistance As tne game was nearing Its close Yale played faster and rolled the Crimson line Into a heap time and again It was only Harvard s stubborn contest of every inch of her own ground that - kept the score at the singly figures Yales Sensational Play The touchdown was brought about by a sensational play Yale had tne tall on Harvard s 25 - yard line Jones called his signals for a kicking formation Vee - der dropped to the 34 - yard line with his hands outspread A perfect pass from Hockenberger sent the ball into his hands and Veeder like a flash started at right angles and hurled the ball over Vh heads of Harvard men for a 30 - yard pass vnere several Yale men as tnough drawn by a magnet had tamped Into one little knot Up from their midst leaped Forbes who caught the ball and In an Instant placed it down on the 4 - yard line Then rose the Yale hosts with cries for a toucadown while the Crimson side was hushed Roome who had replaced Knox was sent to smash the Crimspn line His first try gave 2 yards and the next time he was shot over with the whole team dragging and pushing him That four yards showed what Yale could do when she was hungry for the score which was so close at hand The kicking of a goal was an easy thing for Veeder Anxious Moments for Blue There were several anxious moment for the Yale men for while Harvard never had possession of the ball inside of the 25 - yard line twice Yale was lined up with the ball In the shadow of her goal posts and In each case to remove the danger and to get distance Veeder dropped behind the goal line and punted In both these instances Harvard by means of the onslde kick sent the ball to Yale at about Yales 20 - yard line The first time Yale was penalized for holding and it was her ball on the 3 - yard line A few minutes later another penalty Inflicted for the same offense gave her the ball on her 4 - yard line Each time a kick was resorted to after the Crimson line held fltm In the early part of the game Newhall tried a drop kick but it was blocked and T Ih Kll compelled to change her style ot attack and Burr was called upon to pnt the ball cut of danger with his toe Second Half The first part of the second half resolved Itself Into a punting duel between Burr and Veeder From then on the outcome seemed certain Yale with new piayers put fresh life into her team and in the last five minutes of the half there was a march down the field This began with Fosters fumble which Fdrbes took advantage of From then on It was i case of smashing into the Harvard line until Park replaced by Fraser showed that Tale had found the weak place Rush after rush swept the Harvard team back foot by foot until the ball rested on her 15 - yard line Yale was moving like a battering ram and another touchdown apparently was prevented by the referee s whistle ending the game Great Crowd Present The game was attended by all the Interesting Incidents which have become a part of It The gridiron was framed with a mass of humanity of which three sides were blue and the other crimson The cheering and singing while good fell far short of that in previous years explainable by the fact that the game was played so fast that spectators did not have time to pay much attention to the cheer leaders Not a seat was vacant and at the gate a few stray tickets brought phe - ndmenal prices one pair changing hands at 350 The game opened under gray skies and was concluded In radiant sunshine and under a canopy of blue The Harvard stands at the opening cheered Yale and Capt Morse and the opposite side returned In full measure this compliment At the close of the game the remarkable scene was witnessed of the jubi lant Yale host standing bareheaded for fifteen minutes in front of the Harvard stand alternately cheering and singing to the crimson and the latter In turn responding in a tike manner Yale has always cheered Harvard but never be fore has she turrVed It Into an ovation an Incident which will temper the harsh feeling which seemed to have been aroused Ey reports of acrimony in the selection of the game officials Flay Given in Detail The Yale team forced Its way through the crowd to the northeast entrance and came on the field at 155 The team Immediately went out for signal practice during which Veeder and Roome did some punting The reception of the team was a magnificent one as the stands were crowded It looked then as if nearly everybody would be settled in their seats within Ave minutes The Harvard team headed by Capt Foster crossed the field at exactly oclock and the entire side of the stands rose as one man and from a mighty cheer broke into a song In the signal practice of Yale H Jones replaced Alcott which seemed to Indicate a change In the last minute The Harvard team took only a minutes practice but Burr practiced field punts Capt Morse crossed the field with Mr Edwards and shook hands with Capt Foster The coin was ImmedAtely tossed Capt Morse won the toss and chose the north goal giving him a sight advantage of the breeze The whistle was blown at 2 - 07 and the teams took the field Knox and Howard Jones were in Yales line - up Roome and Alcott were out Burr kicked to Veeder at Yalev7 - jard line It was carried back to the 28 - yard line where the first attempt at the line was stopped Veeder attempted to punt which was blocked and McDonald got the ball on Yales 45 - yard line Forward Pass for 20 Yards On a take play through the line Starr got the ball on a forward pass and made twenty yards around Forbes end A play through right tackle Lincoln carrying It gave five yards Then Wendall made three more the ball being nearly in front of the goal posts Newell dropped back for a try at goal but It was blocked the ball bounding along the ground to - Yales 45 - yard line Forbes being down on It at that point Yale tried the crimson line but failed to gain the ball went back to Tad Jonea for an end run but he was nailed for a loss Tiale lost 15 yards for off - side piay Veeder punted to Harvards 48 - yard line but Newhall made no gain on the run back On a triple pass Lincoln put the ball on his own 50 - yard line Four yards more came by playing through right tackle but Yale smothered the next play Lincoln as off - side and five yards penalty was given to Harvard Lincoln made four yards Inside of left end Burr punted to Yales 35 - yard line and the Harvard ends were under it and got the ball because of a - fumble but the ref eree called the teams back and inflicted 15 yards on Harvard for holding Veeders Punting Helped Burr on bis own 20 - yard line punted to YaieS 45 - yard line but Tad JonesJnstedd of throwing off half a dozen could not gain more than two yards Knox twice was called upon to carry the ball but the Harvard men nailed him with only a yard gain each time Veeder from his own w - yard line punted to behind Harvard s goal line Burr brought the ball into the 20 - yard line Howard Jones retired and Aicott took his place Both teams had conferences and both officials came to the side line writh the book of rules The point at issue was not clear Burr kicked Into Yales 40 - yard line where Knox made a spectacular run to Harvard s 20 - yard line Yale then drove the ball plumb tnrough Harvards right guard for 4 yards and then two more getting the ball almost In front of tfie goal post on the 11 - yard line One yard was necessary and Yale made It for first down Second down gave them 1 yard but Harvard smothered the next line play The ball was given a forward pass to Alcott who was on Harvards 4 - yard line He fumbled and McDonald got It Burr i punted to his own 30 - yard line where Then missed It Knox recovering It Veeder dropped back for a kick but in stead ran with It and passed It over the end to Harvards Id - yard line wendall got It In the general mix - up Wendall was shot through the line on the next play and carried several men on his back to his own 35 - yard line Foster went through for 5 more Then Wendall went through for 4 more NewhalTs onside kick gave Yale the ball on her own 40 - yard line Veeder got 5 yards outside of left tackle A double pass gave Knox a chance for a onslde kick and the ball went to Harvards 20 - yard line and in a general mix - up Yale got the ball Tod Jones made a sensational run the breadth of the field twisting in and out among the Harvard men In grand style but it did not net much ground Harvard was penalized for Lincolns holding hut Yale retained the ball instead of Harvard losing distance Then Yale lost 6 yards lor holding Turf Record reserved dlvls on tn the bleachers stand was thrown Into a panic by part of the stand falling No one was seriously injured With the score standlnr S to 5 In favor of Canton early to the last baity Davidson BANKERS BENNING SPECIAL made a sensational kick and turned the t tide In favor of Mass lion Davidson kicked from center Celd clear o Cantons 2 - yard line Thi kick went behind Canton s goal Use Both teams plunged over Into tfco crowd and MassU - km scored a safety IHDIAHS WEI AGAIN University of Cincinnati Team Beaten 18 to 0 by Carlisle Eleven Cincinnati Ohio Nor 24 The Carlisle Indians defeatad the TJalvers ty of Cin cinnatis football team 18 to 0 to - day Cincinnatis team was strengthened by placing a few former Cincinnati Univer sity players in the line - up and In the lat ter Dart of the second half Tom Gray - Jones attempted an end run but Par - Mon formerly Harrard full baclC was John Morons Gift Horse Takes Feature at Long Price MIDDIES HAVE TIGHT SQUEEZE lisi V P I Eleven HoiiiVMiddies to 5 - to - 0 Score SAILORS NOT ENCOURAGED Old Dominion Lads Have Defense Which Armys Rivals Fail to Penetrate Only Score Made in First Half When Annapolis Blocks Kick and Douglass Carries Oval Over for Only Score FUMBLES LOSE GAME West Points Sagged Play Causes Defeat by Syracuse West Point N Y Nov 24 In the football game here to - day Syracuse University defeated West Point by a score of 4 to 0 The Syracuse team made their score tn the middle of the first halt Stein succeeded with a place kick after three unsuccessful tr es West Points team played raggedly from start to flnsh grea ly disappointing their friends Their repeated fumbling lost them the game In nether half was Syracuses goal threatened and most of the contest was Forbes cot the ball Early In the game also Tale lost an opportunity to score a field goal when Veeder tried for one on Harvards 45 - yard line but It went wide by a few feet Gain of Twenty Yads Yale had another opportunity for a try at coal but lost It out ot anxiety to make a touchdown Burr had punted to Knox rwiMaAM1 4 - vTfS lln mrtA ti lattAi behind a screen - formed for Interference ran the breadth of the field for a gain ot 20 yards Three line plays which followed resulted In the necessary first down and a touchdown seemed certain On the next play Jones took the ball made a forward pass to Alcott who fumbled It on the 3 - yard line McDonald dropped on It like a flash and stayed the onward rush of Tale temporarily postponing the defeat of his team Burr then punted out of danger Another run which brought the spectators to their feet but gave no results - ma when Jones In attempting an end run was forced to run entirely Across the Special to The Washington Pott Annapolis Md Nov 24 The Navy is not at all hilarious at the score of 6 to 0 made against the eleven of the Vlrglna Polytechnic Institute here this afternoon in the last game before the team lines up against their great rivals the representatives of the army The visitor very much surprised the local contingent by the stiffness of their defense and thorough knowledge of the game The only score was made toward the latter part ot the first half which lasted twentytwenty - five minutes and the second half of twenty minutes was scoreless - Throughout the game the advantage In 40 - yard line but the kick fell short The half ended with no further score The line - up Nary Bernard Boynton Positions Va Polytechnic left end Worth lngtOn NothcroftLelghton left tackle Meyer left guard SHngluff eenter Wright right guard Pleraol Magruder right tackle Dague right end Norton qua ter back Dourlasa Harris left half back spencer captain right half back Nutter captain larram tull back Smith Touchdown Douglass Goal from touchdown Missed Norton Referee Mr Greshant Poe Princeton Umpire Mr Woodruff Tale Head linesman Mr Melrtn St Johns Llnsrmen Mr Bauman V P L and Midshipman Klttell Time of halrea 2S and 20 mlnutee Diffendall Cunningham Johnson Goodwin Stiles i Branch Vainer Wilson Hodgson MIDDIES TO SEE GAME Two Battalions Will Leave Annapolis Next Saturday Special to The Washington Post Annapolis Md Nov 24 The order governing the movement of the members of the brigade of midshipmen to witness the football game with the army on Franklin Field next Saturday was issued by the superintendent of the academy this morning The two battalions of the brigade will go on special trains leaving over the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Saturday morning The team and substitutes will be under the command of Commander L B Howard U S N secretary of the Navy Athletic Association They will leave Annapolis at 840 Friday morning In ker got through and downed him for loss of 5 yards Veeder attempted a drop kick from the 40 - yard line but the ball went wide by a few yards Burr punted to BIgelow on bis own 50 - yard line and the team made 5 yards on a line play with Morse carrying the ball after Bige - liw had run it back tor 7 yards on the catch v Roome and Touchdown Knox made an onslde kick to Harvards 20 - yard line where Forbes got It Roome replaced Knox and on hs first play made no gain Harvard was given 5 yards because of Tales holding Veeder on i fake kick threw the baU to Forbes at Harvards 4 - yard line One yard was gained on mass play On the next play Roome was shot over the line for the first touchdown Veeder kicked the goal Score Tale Harvard 0 Burr kicked off over Tales goal line and the ball was brought In for a free punt from the 25 - yard line Burr got the ball on his own 50 - yard line and carried it It yards Newhall on a quarter back kick sent the ball to Tales 20 - yard line On a fake kick Tale gained 3 yards Then Jones made a 20 - yard end run A fumble behind Tales line was turned into a double pass but there was no gain and the whistle blew for the end of the first half with the ball on Tales 35 - yard lino Equal Contest in Second Half Tale kicked to McDonald at the 20 - yard line and he - arried it 12 yards Burr kicked to Tales 20 - yard line where Veeder brought It back almost to midfield Veeder made E yards on an end run and then he kicked to Burr at Harvards 30 - yard line Burr kicked to Tales 30 - yard line but Harvards end went down under the ball and Roome did not gain a yard Jones made a 20 - yard run around Mo - Donalds end but the ball went back 5 yards because it had gone out of bounds The Crimson Una was a stone wall when Roome bucked it Veeder kicked to Newhall on his own 25 - yard line and the Tale ends downed him in his tracks Foster was called upon to hit the line bur did not get through and In the mix - up lost the ball and Veeder got it Roome ehot through for 4 yards and the Yale team pushed him through for 3 more It looked like a first down and a measure was necessary Frazer took Parkers place Tale failed to make her first down and it was Harvards ball on her own 25 - yard line Burr punted to Morse at his own 50 - yard line but be fumbled and Wendall got It An onslde kick gave Tale the ball on her 20 - yard line Forward Pass Fails Tad Jones tried an end run for no gain Jones got 4 yards by repeating the same play Veeder punted from his own 15 - yard line to Yales 4 - yard line Starr made a forward pass which was a miserable one and It went to Yale on her own 40 - yard line Yale gained 10 yards on an end run and carried the ball over midfield line by some fierce plunging Tad Jones made 8 yards on an end run Yale bored throagh left tackle for 6 more and on the new play Roome was carried back by Harvard after he had gained 5 more by line plunging Yale lost 15 yards for offside play Veeder lost 2 In trying the line Veeder was compelled to drop back to kick which he did to Harvards 25 - yard line out of bounds Orr went in for Starr Burr klckbd to Yales 45 - yard line where Koomo twisted through for 5 yards An onslde kick gave Harvard the ball on her 45 - yard line Newhall kicked to Yales 30 - yard line where a gain of 4 yards was followed by a fumble In which however Yale did not lose the bad Veeder punted out of bounds at Harvards 60 - yard line Burr punted out of bounds at Yales 15 - yard line Roome Replaced Harvard crushed Jones attempt at an end run without a foot being gained Roome was replaced by Bomar Bomar lost 5 yards in attempting an end run and Tale was penalized 10 yards for holding and the ball was Tales on her own 3 - yard line Tale drove through the Crimson line for 5 yards and Veeder dropped behind his goal line and punted to Newhall on the 45 - yard line Newhall had a good chance to make a fair catch but he started to rum Burr punted to Tales 15 - yard line and the ball was run back by Jones to his own 45 - yard line Burr punted to Tales 18 - yard line Bomar and Jones both tried to get put in the game but had no opportunity to make any startling plays Flack quarter back outpunted A Libber the Indians quarter back The feature of the game was a 100 - yard run by Flack In the first half when he had gained possession of the ball on a fumble The gain however was not allowed as Du BruL Cincinnatis right guard was off - side VICTORY FOR SWARTHMORE Eiating Days Raring Featured by Rough Riding Resulted in Shilling Being Set Down fox Remainder of Meet Millentes Have Great Day Backing Star Riders Mounts in Each Race Ivanhoe and Cederstxome Beaten Amherst Loses Annual Game on Whittler Field Massachusetts Team No Match for Pennsylvania OBriens Spectacular Work Feature of Contest Philadelphia Nor 24 Amherst was no match for the Swarthmore College football team to - day the latter winning the annnal game by the score of 21 to 0 on Whittler Field at Swarthmore The victorious team scored twelve of Its points in the first half Wlta the exception of the kicking department In which Hubbard outpunted OBrien Swarthmore excelled In all points ot the game During the greater part of the game the ball was In Amhersts territory and only once was Swarthmores goal threatened In this Instance Amherst worked the ball down to the 3 - yard line but lost It on downs The feature of the game was the spectacular work of OBrien who made two touchdowns kicked two - goals from touchdowns and dropped field goal The lineup Swarthmore Poaltlona Amherst Roland Cox - left end Keating Mlllmaa left tackle - JClllburne Krueger left guard Murray Cale center GUdersleers Krlder right guard Osborne MeQorern right Uekle McCauley Miller Rltmaa right end Cook OBrien Wiekham quarter back Conley HumphreyaMcIntyre left halt back Hubbard Priteherd right halt back WUgtne McDonongh tail back Atwood Touchdowns OBrien 2 and Prttchard Goals from touchdown O Brian U Goal from field OBnen Referee Mr Langford Trinity Umpire Sharpe Tale Linesman Mr Minds Psnn - ylranla Time of balree 20 minutes MARYLANDERS CANCEL ground gaining was undoubtedly with t e I Je afternoon they will practice After 7 - - t - I the game the team will lay over In the tuaauipiucu aim kiAts wiiu ov oehlnd them kept the ball In the Vir - Dlared In West Po - nra territory Qrebls for West Point made two fine end runs I fields unable to get inrougn me warvaru but only for small gains I line With the score 6 to 0 Harvard wax ginlans section the whole of the first halt A block gave the Midshipmen the ball on the visitors 25 - yard line and from thafpolnt Douglass carrying the ball In most ot the Plays it was pushed along until Douglass carried It across Norton missed the goal The Navy kicked off and Virginia by a 20 - yard run of Hodgson and several good gains by Nutter carried the ball to midfield as time was called Norton Prominent Douglass and Plersol retired from the Navy line - up early In the second half and with the advantage of the wind the visitors put upa still stlffer defense The larger part of Navys gains were made In Spencers and Nortons running back of punts The visitors did not nave fast ends and the backs had a fine opportunity of getting back after receiving kicks Bernard made several gains on fo - ward rsses tut the Navy also lost ths ball twice on attempts nt this play Norton was tackled for loss on a quarterback run once hut got off for 15 or so vards on two other attempts NortoT also attempU - tl a drop Bick for a goal Quaker City until Sunday - afternoon when they will leave on a special train reaching Annapolis at 6 o clock Ad miral Sands superintendent Capt George P Colvocoresses commandant of midshipmen and their wives and families and other officers will go Saturday morning Capt Hobson Sees Game Special to The Washington Post Annapolis Md Nov 24 Capt Richmond P Hobson was a spectator at the football game this afternoon and was given a rousing cheer by the brigade of midshipmen Others at the game were Lleuts Casad andsTomey ot the West Point cochrng squad Kerr May Be Shifted to Right Half and Neil Placed at End The OeorgetownMaryland game scheduled for yesterday was called off by the Maryland management under the plea that some of their players were hurt and it would not be of any use for them to come to Washington and play the locals Everything was In readiness for the game and all of the Blue and Gray players were In the gymnasium getting ready for the fray when a telegram was received from the Maryland management canceling the contest Many persons were disappointed because this was the last chance to see Georgetown In action before the final game with George Washington Thanksgiving Day Several chances have been made la the Georgetown line - up for the game on turkey day Kerr who has been playing right end all season will be shifted to right half back and OBoyle who has been playing that position will go to left half NelT will in all probability play at end There has been much discussion between the football authorities of Georgetown and George Washington over the eligibility of NelL the man whom Georgetown wishes to play Thanksgiving Day Last year just before the big local game George Washington protested two of the Georgetown players and elig Mi ty was easily proven This season it has been reported that protests win be entered by both teams NELL MAY NOT PLAY Father Buell Overrules Reinstatement of Georgetowns Big End It was reported last night s that NelL the big end would not be In tne - game with around McDonalds end but could not do Georgetown against George Washington so Tale was penalized 15 yards and tt whenthe teams of these Institutions meet was her ball on her own 4 - yard line on Thankslvlng Day Kenuard replaced McDonald for Harvard I Rev Father Buell who has been absent Tale piled up the Crimsorwllne and got from Georgetown returned last night and c yard Veeder from behind his goal when Informed that the athletic associate punted to his 38 - yard line and New - tion tad reinstated Nell Immediately over - hall ran outside at he 33 - yard line ruled their reinstatement and gave out a A forward pass Newhall to Orr gave statement In which he declared that Nell Harvard 10 yards Tale broke through was a professional and not eligible to the line the next time and nailed New - play in the big game hall for a loss They got this back for a xht mar hurt Georgetowns chances first down on the next play On a double coaxl ReUly had depended on shifting pass roster rumDiea rones got tne Dan MTeral of her best - players to other posl - on bis own 23 - yard llnerTJInes took Jones j t0 make place for the end place Veeder punted to Newhall at Jit I - nrK - th lirfbliltv list of Georgetown Crimsons 47 - yard Ine Newhall fumbled uaaded over to Manager Wlrsod of and Forbes got the hall Linn took Bo - Qt0TK9 Washington team Nells name mars place - - n inlnArl In thn Hat but a few j Tale tore up the Crimson In two plays Manacer Mccann of George - - w - - - - town cnt in ni ume ana jaanacer irMa nTniM AftA mm fittie 41rvirfs fcwsr - iHUaBO J - 0 Mw Vv eruwve errfrt 4 AMMA tfiiiV I YinAAs sAnlalsftrB place Tale simply tore up the Crimson In terrific fashion and the ball was Princeton Freshmen Win Meet Prineeton N J Not 24 Th Prince - tor Freshmen cross - country team to - day defeated the Lawrenceville Academy In a dual meet by the score of 28 to 12 Whitley of the Freshmen team finished first Princeton Association Team Defeated Princeton N J - if or 24 The Trlnce - ton Association football team was defeated here to - day by the Staten Island from the field on one occasion from tliev Cricket Club team by the score ot S toL quickly on Harvards 20yard line They smashed through for S yards mora The game ended with the ball on Harvards 13 - yard line Final score Tale Harvard 0 The line - up Tal PalireJ Brides Hockenberger Erw tn Blgeow Poaltlona Harrard left etdMiMffns1d Kennerd left tackle Osborne - left iraard Burr center Parker rreser right guard KerbeTi right ueklw Pelroe H Jonea Alcott right end Starr Orr Mono T Joue Dlnee quarter nackMMMlNwnall Knox Roome left half back foster Bomar Ltna Veeder right half back Lincoln Morse Wernecken fan beck Wendell Touchdown Roome Goal ram touchdown Veedeak Referee Mr W - J Haekett West Point Umpire Messrs E K Hatt Dertmeuthv and W H Edwards Prineeton Time f halrea J snta - atas BLLLT NOLAN ARRESTED Nelsons Manager Charged with Embezzlement by Tex Richard Cincinnati Ohio Not 2t On a charge of embezzling Btny Nolan manager ot Battling Nelson was arrested here to - dr The arrest came as a sensational finish to the dispute over the proceeds from the exhibition of the pictures of the Gans - Nelson fight The warrant was sworn out In Chicago and was brought to Cincinnati by Sergt Durfy of Chicago - The warrant charges Nolan with embezzling 38000 from Tex Richard raanagsr of the Goldfleld Nov Athletic Club where the Gans - Nelson fight was held Banker ridden by Jockey Miner yesterday repeated his victory of Use l year by winning the Bennlng Special tn a hard drive from Cederstrome His chance was not considered very rosy for he was permitted to go to th post with 12 to 1 freely offered about him The race was won after a long stretch drive between Banker and Cederstrome 40 - to - l shot and the Belvldere colt was just up In time to win by a nose After the race W Doyle who had the mount on Cederstrome lodged a claim Of foul but It was not allowed Later In the day there was a disqualification resulting from a stretch duel between Oxford with Miller up and Pretension ridden by Shilling Oxford won the race and on the complaint of Miller Pretension was disqualified from th place and Shilling set down for th meeting It was a big Saturday crowd that attended the races and It was a merry crowd from first to last for Walter Miller the clever little Jockey scored In all five races In which he rode Th holiday crowds have been strong for Miller all season and yesterday was no exception to that rule When he brought Emperor of India home first In the closing race It marked his twenty - first winning mount of th Bennlng season This Is a remarkable record when it Is remembered that there have only been forty - two flat races and that there were several run In which ha had no mount I Millers Remarkable Wins In aU Miller haa ridden 344 winners this season which already establishes a record In America With a week still coming at Bennlng It is a sure thing that the little fellow wfil swell this record considerably and when he goes to San Francisco to take up his duties for Tom Williams out tnere he should h close to the 400 mark by th end of the year Banker winner ot th Special has been such a disappointment this season that Al Stokes for whom ha raced some tittle time ago gave him to John Moran and at the time most horsemen would I hardly have accepted suca a gift Stokes ginned his faith to Nemesis In the Spe cial but Moran felt confident that th gift horse would win and h and his friends profited handsomely at th long price The colt showed more speed than he oas displayed at any time during tfie season and racing second to Cederstrome most of the way he came along gamely In the stretch and was Just up la time to win th last stride At the head of th stretoh Cederstrom carried the winner out sharply and there was repeated bumping all the way home Doyle who had the mount on Cederstrome made a claim of foul but It was ruled that he was the chief offender and the claim was not allowed Nemesis and Dainty Beaten Nemesis showed flash of speed In th running but never was a serious eon - tender and was beaten off at the finish ualnty one that had some following ran a very creditable race but third was the best she could do at the flnisn The race that cost Shilling his suspension caused almost as much Of a sn - satlon as did the running of th Special Only four went to the post and Oxford was always an odds - on choice Ormondes lght closed at 4 to 1 Pretension at 5 and oladay was never considered as having a chance 100 to X being th offerlng - j ist him Pretension opened up a big gap early and it was not until th head of th stretch that Oxford caught him Coming around the last corner th gray horn wss lapped on Pretension when th latter seemed to bear out and carry Oxford toward the outside rail During th bumping that cam wlta this move Shilling it is claimed caught the bridle of the gray horse and Miller could only free his mount by a liberal us of the whip on th other rider After th race Miller mad his complaint of the occurrence and after a short delay Pretension was disqualified and Shilling disciplined Notter Loses Chance When Oxford and Pretension went s wide In the stretch Notter lost a royal opportunity to bring Ormondes Bight home the winner He was within striking distance at the time and had b com on the Inside the distance saved should hav made him winner Instead of steering that cours h went further out than th first two and at th end was only beaten a scant thre lengths TeUfare won th Hunters Champion Steeplechase after making all th pace He was ridden by Donohue Th only gentlemen riders who performed were Mr Page on Mount Henry and Mr Dev - rreaux on Nutellus Opinion was pretty evenly divided between TeUfare Essex and Mount Henry each closing wlta 3 to X th quotation Going to the front early TeUfare was always th pacemaker with Klrklevlng - ton and Essex In close attendance Klrk - lerlngton came to grief two fence from the finish and for an Instant Essex seemed to hav a chance to win For half a dozen strides at the head of th stretch be was showing th way to Ten - fare but he could not hold that advantage and th latter cam on to a rather handy victory of thre lengths Mount Henry was tlhrd Adjutor fourth and Otho Vangh beaten off in fifth pUc Nutellus usually a very safe hers In th field fell th first turn of th course Workman Easily Best Workman was best In the field of nineteen platers that went to th post tn th first race and after following th plac of Belle Strom to th stretch h came em coyrmui ox tsooxa aos

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