The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama on November 1, 1914 · 12
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TTVXLVl! TTIE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER. SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 19H 1 FOOT DAU BASK DAU SPORTING EVENTS OF THE DAY. RACINQ TRACK 1 aLaBAI ROLLS LARGE SCORE ON TULANE Montgomery Boy Gets Into Une-Up In Third Quarter UprrUI to Th Advtrtlier. university ala, Oct. si ai- btmt rolled up a total (core uf S8 to nothing against Tulane in the first 1'nlvsrslty mt on the campus hare litis afternoon Tul&na fought a good Kama But seemed completely outclassed Alabama succeeding In scoring con-aldarabljr mora touchdowns than had heen expected from the dope available before tha game. For Alabama, Captain Tubby Long played his beat game of the aeaaon ao far. Starring In several sensational runa. Vandegraff'a punting waa unusually brilliant mlss-liig goal only one and In addition mooring a Held goal In tha third quarter. "Sunbeam" Saul, of Montgomery aa tie li affectionately called around the University, got Into tha limelight, shortly after ha was put In at right ' guard In tha third quarter, by Interrupting a touchdown on Tulane'a ten yard Una and passing under tha goal for six points. Woodward, right tackle for Tulane, showed np well, but was unable to accomplish much. Tulane's main strength seemed to lie In working the forward pass which waa dona aeveral times successfully but which counted for so considerable gains. Twice, however, Tulane played on Alabama'a five yard line and waa only kept from aeorlng through deaparata efforts on the part of "thin red line." Tulane played a fierce gams In every quarter and was only hampered by the lack of available substitutes. Alabama used substitutes freely but waa pen allied continuously throughot the game for various reasons. The lineup and summary. Alabama oattlons Tulane " Cargile r. e. Oakes Burks r. L .... woodward Hicks r. g. Johnson Millar C Jerwlck Bowman L g. .. ..Underwood Vandegraff 1. t Malhlles Love 1. a. Oateley W. Harsh q. b. Georges , Bates r. h. b Meraux Johnson Lb b Brown Long f. b. . . Rosenthahl Summary: Referee Streit Auburn; Umpire Conselmon, V. M. I.: Tlme- I keeper, Derrlll Pratt; Head linesman Clarkett: Bewanee; Quarters 15 mm- utea. Substitutions, Alabama: Olbbons for Bowman: G. Harsh for Johnson; G. Harsh for W. Harsh Izark for Bates; Saul for Hicks; Grlsham for Cargile; Neville for Long, Weir for Neville. Wells for Love, Bates for w Harsh. Tulane, Burnham for Woodward Maeterlinck's saarvelsns play. The Bine Bird. Grand Theatre Tuesday ad Wednesday. ILLINOIS WIN lit LAST PERIOD. MINNEAPOLIS, MINN,, Oct 1 -Illinois defeated Minnesota today 21 to ( in one of the most fiercely contested game ever' played in ; the' DonfWftnosi The teams struggled through the first three periods with honors about even. All the scoring came In the final quarter. WALTER JOHNSON NOT YET SURE WHERE HE'LL SIGN FORT SMITH, ARK., Oct. 31 Walter Johnson, the Washington American pitcher, said tonight that the St Louis Federals had offered him "more than $16,000 a year to sign a contract." "I have notified Washington of the offer and will await their renly," he said. "I think I wil close soon, but with whom, I'm not sure." Special chlldrena' matinee Grand Theatre, The Bine Bird Tuesday and Wednesday. KOLEHMAINEN WINS. NEW YORK, Oct. 81 Hannes Koleh-matnen, the Finnish champion, running In the colors of the Irish-American Atliletio Club of this city, easily won the 10-mlle National Amateur Athletic Union championship run here today In I1:47 !-5. William Kyronen, another Finn, un attached, was second. ' Edward Renz, of the Mohawk Athletlo Club, won the 7-mile national championship walk from a field of slxten starters in 54:13 -B. "Special children' matinee Grand Theatre, The Blue Bird Tuesday and Wednesday. INMAN FINALLY WINS. TORONTO, Oct. 31 For the first time in the International billiard championship series, Melbourne In man. English champion, tonight rulled out ahead of Willie Hoppe, by the narrow margin of three. In the four day series played In this city. The total results of the four days play were: In-man 2,(53; Hoppe, 2,950. Special chlldrena' matinee Grand Theatre. The Blue Bird Tuesday nnd Wednesday. FOOTBALL PL AVER BREAKS NECK, - MOUTH BETHLEHEM. PA., Oct. 31 " Robert Layfleld, quarterback on the Johns Hopkins football team, Is In a hospital here tonight suffering from what doctors said might he a broken - nock. He waa hurt while tackling In today's game with Lehing University " ' The Blue Bird represents "bapplneaa' Graad Tuesday sad Wednesday ana tl see mat night. TEXAS BY BIG BCORi: f ' AUSTIN, TEX.. Oct. 21 Lacking but on touchdown of tying the hieheBt score they, ever made the 1'niversity1 of Texas today defeated the Southwestern University football tenm. 70 to 0. The Southwesterner vere un- able to cope with the speed am weixhi of the Texas players. ord Theatre n.e m... m,rt Tuesday and wennesaay matinee and Might. AHKARIT OUTCI.ASKS HICKS. TVEW YORK. Oct s:-'yflr R Aheam, of Brooklyn. g;itrlasf Kr-l djrHirks, of Detroit, tonight Mirk Vftconds threw up the sroni; at th- end of the sixth rjunI of a 10-round bout. ''-l0' LEVHSKT BETTERS KFJ.I.F.R. NEW YORK, Ort. 31 PfH vtnsky, of thla city, haI th" Terry Keller, of ''allfornia. round bout her tonight. .if JO- I I ' OniI Thre The Blue Pirrt Tiwdiy mm4 We4mcaU7aMUiac and.I South' s Best I Hn AS A TACKIER AT T (f M JL2 auburn. .U$M fZrX) f1 (jvt nU9HCt sfegW sssstr,TO,AM 22SSgLi!Ss.. Virginia Outp'ays Vandy , In Almost Every Department Commodores Lose Fiercely Contested Game, Every Touchdown of Game Earned NASHVILLE, TENN.. Oct 81 Vlr glnla outplayed Vanderbilt In almost every department of the game here this afternoon and won a fiercely contested football game by a score of 20 to 7. Every touchdown made In the game was earned. There was no flukes and few penalties. Vanderbilt was penalized half the distance to her goal in the last quarter for sending Curry in twice In that perlod.f9o -.ri , Virginia -drew first blood when shortly after receiving tha ball on the kick-off the visiting team rushed the ball down the field and with a line plunge by Sparr took the ball over for a touchdown. Barker kicked goal. Another score came In the second period when the Charlottesville team worked their way through the Commodores' and fcparr In a line play earned another touchdown. Barker missed goal. Vanderbile came back strong In the third quarter. In this period the Commodores outplayed the Virginia men and by a hard series of line and end plays carried the ball to Virginia's twelve yard line. With a forward pass on drop kick formation Curry crossed the goal line. Cody kicked goal. After rushing the ball the length of the field In the fourth quarter Mayer went over tackle for Virginia's last touchdown and goal ias kicked. In the second quarter Vanderbilt carried the ball to within one foot of Viriginla's goal. With four downs they failed to carry the ball over. Cooch for Virginia was the start of the game. Curry was Vanderbllt's best ground gainer and made several long runs. Mayer and Barker for Virginia also starred. Vandy Kicks Off. Cody, for Vanderbilt. kicked off to Virginia's ten-yard line. An early forward pass Mayer to White netted Virginia 35 yards. An attempt at a field goal by Word from the twenty-five yard line failed. Sikes punted on the fourth down. Word got away for 13 yards and Mayer got 11 yards. Virginia went to Vanderbllt's 12-yard line where Mayer took seven more but Virginia fumbled. SIkea kicked out of danger. Word attempted a drop kick from the 40-yard line, but failed. On Vanderbllt's 35-yard line, Grooch got a fair catch. Word, Mayor and Sparr, carried the ball to the goal line, Sparr going over. Barker kicked goal. Carman for Vanderbilt pot 25 yards over right right guard before the quarter ended. Chester took Ream's place at Vanderbllt's left end. Sikes and Carman negotiated a forward pas for 25 yards reaching Virginia's wo-yard line', line. Curry made a pretty broken field run. Sikes got a yard in center. A forward pass failed, the ball being brought out to Virginia's twenty yard line. Gooch made moderate gains be- i lug succeeded by Berkeley. A fake forward pass netted Virginia 15 yards. J.irrett succeeded Carman at full back for anderbilt. It was Virginia's 'S ELEVEN IS HELD TO A E For First Time In Two Years, ; Moroons Leave Field Without a Victory M A I -iS N W IS :'i ! - For 'lift t ri.c ' : t -' - p.us, ' 'iik'aRo'n foot - f a K'i'in without i r ' In a k.iiup that i bn '. neaji v all th el Maroons to a h ..11 f-am U1h ,.f laurels f:' '' -a a s si ml art f j way, Wi siT-n r: r: he ' i;):itlpj draw . tT;r, pint sra II- ( i : T ouMit.t - ' tl-op n-J.H til-: t th' b 3 nrne was ' ;i ("hie 1 no fir i n a ; n f t h f A lov.n (. war.i t-:i wr trid - v both teaui tut nearly ! miai CHIC TIE SCOR Punter ball on Vanderbilt' 28-yard line. Virginia's backs again tore a Vanderbllt's center, Sparr getting over for the touchdown. Virginia failed to kick goal. Lipscomb went In for Brown of Vanderbilt. The period ended uneventful with Virginia having the ball on her twenty-yard line. Score end first half: Virginia 13; Vanderbilt 0. With the opening of the third period. Gooch returned to the game. Both teams were playing fiercely. Vanderbilt was driven to punting twice and Virginia twice. Virginia had to punt still again from the center of the field. Vanderbilt then assumed a vigorous offensive, Curry and sikes repeating for good gains. Curry fumbled but recovered. It was Vanderbllt's ball on Virginia's twenty yard line. Curry was hurt but continued playing;. On a fake forward pass Cedjs.to Curry tha brilliant little quarter skirted end for a touchdown. Cody kicked goal. Gooch kicked to Var. derbllt's 12 yard line, Curry returning 22 yards. Bikes had to punt. Mayer made 16 yards; Gooch 5 and Mayer 13 again, the quarter ending with the ball In midfleia. Score end third period: Virginia 13; Vanderbilt 7. Reyer, Vanderbilt, succeeded Phillips at right guard. Virginia was penalized twenty yards for delaying tha game. Sparr and Meyer worked the ball to Vanderbllt's twenty-five yard line. Putnam, Vanderbilt, was hurt, Reams going in. Virginia was held for downs. Vanderbilt could make but small gains and Sikes punted to Gooch on Virginia's 40 yarl line. Gooch got away for 25 yards. Sparr. Mayer and Word charged the line for consistent gains. Word went over and Barker kicked goal. Virginia Is Penalized. Chester brought back Mayer's kick off 45 yards. Virginia Intercepted Vai.-derbilt's forward. End runs by Gooch and Barker totalled 25 yards, Virginia was penalized fifteen yards for hola-Ing. Gooch and Mayer made It back. Vanderbilt prot the ball on downs. Sikes punted, Gooch muffed and it was Vanderbllt's ball on Virginia's 48 yard line. Vanderbilt was penalized twenty-yards for attempting illegal substitution. Northcutt, Vanderbllt's new quarter, Intercepted a forward pp.tis on Vanderbllt's five yard line. Final score: Virginia 20; Vanderbilt 4. Llne-Lp. Varderbilt Position Virginia Reams 1. e White Cody 1. t Ward Phillips 1. g Coleman Huffmnn center Rvans Brown. r. g Moore Warren r. t Barker Cohen r. e Gillette Curry q. b Gooch Sikes 1. h Mayer Putnam r. h Wo.-d Carman full Sparr Summary: Touchdowns Sparr 2, Mayer, Currv. Gials from touchdowns B arker 2; Cody 1. Substitutions: Vanderbilt Chester for Reams, Jarrett for German, I.lpsromb for C. Brown. Reyer for Lipscomb. Carman for Jarrett, Lipscomb for Reyer, Reyer for Phillips, Reams for Putnam for Reams, Putnam for Cody. Northcutt for Curry. Virginia Berkley for Gooch Gooch for Berkley, Anderson for Evans. Referee Barry, Georgetown: Umpire Donnelly, Trinity; Head Linesman Juhan. Ko-wanee. Time of quarters, 15 minutss. APPLY BRUSH lOSAlS. Montgomery Boys Unable To Stand Hammering Of Heavier Opponents .-':;1i,- I..u,if r H-Rh Srho-1 foot hull tf -r. loaf t)i -1 Tn p pst-'nlav af ter-I'C.n to the Marion Resprvefj, the scorf b'-, n sr 2'' to 11 The Mon t x ornery hoy a wire o 'it wfi erh pd fl f t f n pound to the r an, hut dpplt thin fact h;id it not hi-pn for -Oft 1 y f u m Mp- the;.' would h . e fi' o rr 1, and w h jj the fl rs t hnl f ovr the fliph Srh -,.! was holding tl. ! 'fi! 1 0:1 Mii ; oil's f ou r - yard line, h;.-h w m the r!o-t thnt the Hiffh . h 00 1 hn p ever reaMi .'d the' r oppon-epis' irir-ii Imp. Several occasions th Mlyh School ' MARIQN E By Monroe Georgia Eleven Attack goal line and would march right on loTard Marlon's Koal. but when they pot within the shadow of their opponents' goal, the Marion line would strengthen and the Montgomery boys didn't have the punch to put the pii-skin over for a counter. Survey and Plaster Feature. For the Hieh School, Spivey and Plaster played a great game, while Davidson too did some good work for his team. Most of the gains which were made by the High School was r ade with Davidson carrying the ball. The High School attempted the for-vard pass on several occasions, but not one time did it work successfully, v.hile twice Jones, Marlon's left halfback Intercepted the attempted forward pass and made a twenty-yard n.n, but was downed about five yards from the goal line. ' Gamble, who' played a star game for the Fifth District Agrloultural School of Wetumpka last year was tha Inflr-vldiial star of the game. His work yesterday afternoon through a broken field was about the best that has been seen in Montgomery during .recent ears, and while he was the lightest man on the Marlon team, to. him do they owe their victory. Every time he got the ball he would advance it and on one occasion he ran through practically the entire High School team before he was finally downed, iv hen he had nearly an open field bo-fore him. Fans Applnud Gamble. It was his playing that was given most of the applaud by the Montgomery football fans who were present He would carry the ball itown the field, making runs ranging from five to fifteen yards on nearly every down and and when the ball was placed nearly on the High School line the signal for a line plunge would be given and Jones shoved over for the touchdown. While his offensive work was great he was rather off in kicking, as he succeeded in kicking but one goal out of three after a touchdown had been made, the two times that he failed being miserable attempts, the ball not rising over four feet from the ground. Davidson was hurt In the third, period and Hart was sent In to relieve him. Coach Laurie Btated after the game that he was well pleased with the work of his men against their heavier opponents and was gratified at the Improvement in their game over that of last Friday week against the Wetumpka Aggies. The line up and summary: Marion (26) osition B. H. L. H. (0) Elliott r. e Hall Champion r. t S'tough Fvans r. g Plaster Gibson c. C. McGauly Smith I- t Laurie Cobb 1. g Spivey Bankhead 1. e Massey Gamble q. b Davidson Lewis f- b Taylor Jones 1 h Howe Cardinal r. h L McGauly Score i,y pertpds: Marion 6 6 0 1426 S. L. II. S 0 0 0 0 0 'substitutions S. L. H. S Hart for Davidson, Brunson for Spivey; Bron-son for Massey. Marion, Chilton for Cardinal Touchdowns, Gamble, Lewis, J'ones 2 Goals from touchodwn Gamble one out of three attempts, Jones one out of one attempt Officials Referee V. B. Paterson Jr., Umpire H. atersnn. Headlinesman Stratford. Time of quarters ten minutes each. The niu? Bird reprent Mbappinf nu irnd TiirfMlHy and Wednesday matinee nnd nlffht. Nes roes Hold Up A Grocery Wagon Here inshu.iv robbers who hold np grocery wneons is the latest type ot crook 1 rnught Into action by hard times Two negroes in a bueKy held up a riclnefy wagon of the Goodman ilrocer Company Saturday night al 1; O ' 1 " k, and holding tile driver at thf point of a pistol, transferred the Krorr ics to thir buggy and made their eH'Mpe. The hold tip orrtjrred In Ruford Ft. The value of the gro' -eries was about ." The rnbliery was reported to the pollre and the offWrs arrivexl to find that the driver of the yrncery wnifon had unhit' hed his horse and (rone jn pursuit of toe robbers on horse ha- k. At a late hour Saturday night, no art est 9 had been made. (irend I brut rr The nine Bird Tii-lny and HtilDetdar mntlnee ftuJ i and Lovelace Succumbs to of Mississippians In Third Quarter Aggies Make Only Touchdown and Field Goal of Game Special to The Advertiser. ATHENS. OA., Oct. 31. Heavily outweighed by the Mississippi A. and M. eleven, the Georgia eleven succumbed to the onslaught of the visitors In the last quarter of the game by the score of 9 to 0. This Is the first game the Red and Black have lost on Sanford Field for three years. The ball seesawed from one end of the Held to the other. The Georgians being especially apt at falling on fumbled punts and passes of their opponents. The game was frequently marred by successive squabbles between players and officials. ' k t The third quarter ended with the pigskin In the Misslsslppian's possession on Georgia's twenty-yard line. On the first play of the quarter Mc-Arthur playing halfback, ploughed through the entire Georgia eleven and planted the oval under the uprights. Potter failed to kick goal. Several minutes later Jones, substituted for Captain Kinney, planted his toe be- hind the ball for the twenty-three yard line and sent it directly between the bars, a pretty drop kick. Kimball, at left half for the visi-tois, was head and shoulders above any member of his team. Time after time he would clip off ten yards gain through center and off tackle. On the def naive his work was brilliant. Captain Kinney returned punts well r.nd the whole line was impregnable. Captain Paddock shouldered the brunt of the work for Cunningham's crew and did It well. Practically unaided by interference, he made most of Georgia's gains. Powell, In his first game of the season, was next to Paddock in ground ga-rlng. Line-up and summary: Miss. A. and M. Position. Wells center . . . Georgia. Henderson . Garmany , . . Conyers McConnell . . . Thrash Thompson Fox Spirloek P.arey Potter Eliard Shaw Gaddy KI:mey(Capt.). McArthur .... Kin. ball Jaokson r. g. . 1. g. 1. t. . , r. t. . 1. e. .. , r. e. ..q. b.. .Paddock(Capt) r. h. b Peacock 1. h. b Powell f. b Hitchcock Summaryf Punted yards, A. and M., 120; Georgia, 280. Punted times, A. and M., 3; Georgia, 9. Rushed first half, A. and M., 150; Geortria, 105. Rushed second half, A. and M., 185; Georgia, 76. Attempted drop kicks, A. and M . , 1; Georgia, 0. Successful, A. and M , 1. Attempted place kicks, A and M . , 2; Georgia, 0. A. and M. penalized 2 5 yards, Georgia 2D yards. Attempted forward pass. A. and M.. D; Georgia, 10. Successful, A. and M., 2; Georgia, 2. Yards gained, A. and M., 15; Georgia 30. Intercepted. A. and M., 1; Georgia, 0. Referee, Blake (Vnndy): Umpire, McAllister (Tennessee); Head Linesman, Robins (Vandy); Tiir,e of quarters, 15 minutes. Touchdown, McArthur. Drop kick, Jones. A. and M. substitutions, Jones for Kimball. Georgia substitutions, Ger-rcrd for Garmany; Harris for Fox; LoKan for Harris; Owens for Logan; Dorsey for Peacock; Broyles for Dor-Bey; Halzendorf for Powoll. ONLY PRACTICE FOR PB.Vtf. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 31 The University of Pennsylvania football team defeated awarthmore today, 40 to 8. The game was good practice for Pennsylvania, which meets Michigan next Saturday. The home eleven played mostly straight football. YALE'S RUNNERS WIN. NEW HAVEN, CONN., Oct. 31 Yale today defeated Princeton in their annual cross-country run. Yale scored 42 points to Princeton's S3. GEORGETOWN IS WINNER. WASHINGTON, Oct. 31 Georgetown defeated the West Virginia Wesleyan foothall team here today, 27 to 0. The visitors were unable to pentrate I'.eorgetfiwn'a line and made but three first clowns. The first half'eaded 7 to 1, three touchdowns coming in the last twu quarters. RVIY BEATS VILLA NOVA WEST POINT, N. Y. Oct 31 The (Army foothall team outclassed Villa j N'ova in every department of the game to'iav and won easily hy a score of I 41 to fi. Villa Nova's offense was weak I and was productive of only two first j downs Ton DvP 11 nourishing end re- XVU lUJ rVJC freshing becioie o .Harvard Defeat Michigan By Using Game Is Almost Devoid Of Spectacular PUy With Harvard Outplaying Westerners CAMBRIDGE, MASS, Oct. II Har vard defeated Michigan, 7 to 0, here today, In a football gam almost devoid of spectacular flay and confined to conservative attack and defense. Twenty-flvs thousand spectators wit nessed sixty minutes of hard fought icrlmmage In which straight football predominated throughout The general advance was achieved by a series of Itne plunges, varied by an occasional end run. Harvard showed to better advantage than the Westerners, displaying stronger defense and striking with savage rapidity and skill In the second period when the solitary score of the Bam was made. Both elevens appeared to possess a stronger attack than defense, although the Crimson Una and secondary defense held like a stone wall when the Wolverines twice penetrated Harvard's last -yard line. A disappointing feature from the spectators' standpoint was the absence of the thrilling open attack It was thought Tost would uncover. Michigan attempted only one forward pass and this was Intercepted. As If further to upset the ante-game forecast, the Crimson used four, of which three were successfully carried through. Michigan used a rushing line of attack. The campaign worked well between the twenty yard lines but It lacked the scoring punch once the team had carried the ball within the shadow of the Crimson goal bar. Harvard twice held Michigan on or Inside her 5-yaxd line. Harvard forced a touchdown and the resultant goal in the second period. Obtaining the ball at mid-field on a Michigan punt. Harvard orened the scoring advance with a series of line plunges, and knifing runs, piercing the Wolverines' line for consistent gains. On Michigan's 30-yard line the Western eleven held for two downs. Temporarily checked, Quarterback Logan called for a forward pass, which perfectly executed, put the ball on the visitors' 19-yard line. Again Harvard went to line bucking and by cleverly Connie Mack Asks Waivers On Bender, Plank And Coombs Atheletics' Manager Says He This Time But for the Was Dickering PHILADELPHIA, PA., Oct 31 Connie Mack, Manager of the Philadelphia Athletics, announced today that he had asked waivers on Pitchers Bender, Plank and Coombs. "I would not have asked for waivers at this time but for the fact that one of them told me he had been dickering with the Federal League," Connie Mack said. The Philadelphia manager added that one of the pitchers .had Informed him of receipt of an offer from the Federal League which was so large that he did not think the local management would meet it He would not disclose the name of the pitcher to whom the offer had been made. The three r'tchers have played prominent parts In World's Series baseball games. Plank, acknowledged as one of the seratest left-handed pitchers. Joined the Athletics In 1901 and figured in the winning of six American League pennants His best performance in a World's Series was In 1913 when he won from the New York Giants, allowing the National Leaguers two hits n the final game. Bender Joined the team in 1902. He won games in all of the World's Series except in the series with the Boston BrRves this year. " Coombs has not pitched much for Automobile Owners LIQUID OXYGEN is guaranteed to remove all carbon and thoroughly clean your motor and valves, doing away with the necessity of cleaning carbon and reducing valve grinding to a minimum. $2-00 will clean your motor twice. $3.00 for six cylinder motor. MONEY ORDEE OR EXCHANGE. Liquid Oxygen Company P. 0. Box 135. JOHN bEERE LIGHT RUNNING STAG Do your fall plowing with a Riding Plow that will plow deep and a uniform depth. A plow that will turn under all trash and weeds. The John Deere Riding Plows are simple, strong and dur-ab!o. and noted for ease of management and light draft. We can furnish the correct bottom to handle any kind of toil. Call upon us for an actual field demonstration. DEERE IMPLEMENT & VEH'CLF CO. 204 Commerce St- E. B. JONES, Mgr. Straight Football slain covers and delayed- i , made the scoring at the loucnuowo , and goal comparatively easy. With a sewn-poinl advantage fh 1 Harvard team plaeu a defensive game during a majority ( tnt remaiulng periods. It was in the finer rolnta of team play that Michigan lost, (or, player tor player, the Ann Arbor eleven was fully equal physically to the Cambridge combination. Collectively, how- 4 ever, they failed to move with the same cohesion and smoothness. Htatlstlcal figures show that while mcoigaa maoe me nrsi aowns to Harvard's eight, the Crimson gained lit yards by rushing to the Wolverines lit. Harvard gained twenty-tour yarde with four forward passes while Michigan's single attempt caused a loss of the ball. In penalties tha Ann Arbor team lost eighty yards to Har. vard l twenty. The victors also punted the ball 410 yards to the loasra 116 yards and ran tha ball back to punts twenty yards to live. Individually the Michigan players earned unstinted praise by their clean, hard and brlllant work. Tha best of good feeling wa evldenoed between the players all through the game which, although extremely hard fought, was filled with good sportsmanship. Line-up and suramarri Harvard T. J. Coolldeg. Parson Position le .. ... It .. Michigan Ben&n ... .RelmaRn . Watson . . .Raynsford McHala Cochran Staats : Hughttt .Maultbetsch Lyons Splawn Wlthlngton. . lg .. Wallace a Weston, rg Trumbull..... rt Smith re Logan qb . Bradlee lhb . Hard wick rhb Ftancke fb I Score by periods: Harvard: 0, 7, I. 07: Michigan 0, 0, 0, 0 0. Referee, Langford, (Trinity.) Umpire Hackett, (West Point) Head Lines- ' man, Nelly, (West Point) Time of periods, 16 minutes each. Harvard scoring: Touchdown Hardwlck. Goal from touchdown, Hardwlck. Substitutions Harvard: R. Curtis for Parson; Blgelow for Wallace; O Coolidge for Smith. Michigan: Dunne for Benton; Rehor for Watson: Quail for McHale; EL James for Staatz. Would Not Ask for Waivers At Fact That One Of Them With Federals two years. He was injured In a World's Series game in New York In 1911. He has a record of winning a 24-lnnlng game against the Boston Americans. Coombs earned tha title of "Iron Man" in pitching the Athletics to three victories against tha Chicago Cubs in the World's Series of 1910 The waiver on him caused no surprise here, but that .Mack .would' let Bender and Plank go was. unexpected. Plank, who Is at his borne at Qettys- -burg, Pa., admitted that he had been made an offer by the Federal League, TEIANS FINISH STRONG. DALLAS, TEX., Oct. SI Fast end running and good Interference enabled Texas A. and M. to defeat Louisiana State University's football eleven here today, 63 to 9. Louisiana got the Jump at the beginning of the game, scoring a touchdown and a safety before the Texans got started, but they were unable to hold the Texans in the latter part of the game. CORNELL WINS RACE. ITHACA, N. Y., uct. 31 Cornell won the annual cross-country race with Harvard here today. The score was: Cornell 28; Harvard 99. Mindnagle, of Cornell, was the individual winner.. Montgomery, Ala. i. - - - . ' ri4L would ieeur th bajl near Ulr own Bight. its absolute parity. -V-ll.

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