Chattanooga Daily Times from Chattanooga, Tennessee on November 14, 1914 · 8
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' I ' 1 I 1 I - Dt : IS ni ti th I ti f -d I : I S I - THE DAILY TIMES: CHATTANOOGA' TENNi SATURDAY ' NnVE1113Elt 14 1914 - - 1 I d Sewanee and Tennessee Elevens Meet at An rews Fie Today ' ld oay in Annual Strugg r Alabl tow l 4 bag t ALABAMA BEATS MOCCASINS SEASONS BIG YALE RULES FAVORITE OVER THOUSANDS SPIRIT HIGH sji th PRINCETON IN TODAY'S GAME BY4SEVEN-TOUCHDOWN MARGIN War 1 AI sEwANE Tank 4 I GAME TODAY the I TO SEE GAME TUSCALOOSA Ala Nov 13-Alabama stindmebitechle Chattanoogan's five-yard lines but NEW -YORK Nov 11-Interest in Red and Blue came back strong against the t Tigers Con of Holdin2 be'd the Navy winning 13 to 6 Carlisle The line up: hgaettaefiooga ------ment eastern football will center tomorrow in and Swarthmore were defeated in turn Alabama ker I i Tonight the Yale-Princeton game g the and then Michigan swamped the bewanee and Tennessee many Princeton supporters who pre- Dartmouth were it not for the de- With Fair Weather Today s came back once more this afternoon and Barnett Miller e ball Blue ruled favorite but there were Quakers 24 to 3 Hicks Broyles 1 g i i 63ovetrwo hoelinTedbeCghaamtteanwooagsaphlayyetdheonsefiarewoe pacit and slippery field and the large score was Morrer l g Eldridge r g Bowman : us call ( fent at the hands of Princeton today Tangley I t Gibbons r el dieted the Orange and Black would a surprise to all would be ranked as one of the in- A IsTrse 114011 11)1317 nT041Tr7 01inst v re n a sv its ststaiy wevLALvve The Crimsons had a grudge from last Gofoth r L Vandegraf I t Tennesse re thing Elevens Primed for Fray close its season with a showing that vincible teams of the east Not an Sutherland Love I C McWhorter L e Burks Saul r t laobi would Wipe out the memory of last eleven except the Tigers has crossed Saturday's game which It had to take out bold week's disastrous defeat at the hands the Ilanoverans' goal line If Pennsyl- on some team and Balenti's Moccasins Ferrell r e Grisham Wells r e have i i VOLUNTEERS CONFIDENT? Woodworth Scott Johnson of Harvard vania wins tomorrow it will be another were the victims Graves' men had little Lazard q b G Harsh q b Leen i The season's records- of the two elevens appear to discredit the likelihood Both the Army and of the season's startling upsets the Navy have FOUR SPECIAL TRAINS trouble in running the ball all over the Dexheimer 1 b A Bates Izard SPECIALLY COACHED - It' field Alabama played true to the form Spencer Hunt Weir L h selected Maine college combinations as scott r b W Harsh new i of such an eleventh-hour reversal of of alternate Saturdays At no time was Hampton f b Neville r le TO STOP FORWARD PASS '1'8e i BUT EXPECT HARD FIGHT form While the Yale defense has opponents and should win Harvard WILL BRING VISITORS the Crimson goal in danger although the Long f b all l faces Brown in the final game before I proved erratic it has flashed at times Chattanooga backs On several occasions Summary-Touchdowns Love $ W tackling Yale I then : 1 Into marked superiority to that of the made first downs Harsh 3 G Harsh Vandegraf Broyles alm0 i Tigers Syracuse Dartmouth Williams The leading eastern games tomorrow For Alabama Love played the best of Goats after touchdown Dandergnat IL : 1 and Harvard all found Princeton weai with the scores of last season are: at Pennsylvania 34-21- offense and defense while Capt Deg- Referee Streit (Auburn) Umpire Pratt par for Game 4 Henry Cogdeil and Tapp Officials in defense of her own goal line Yale at Princeton 3-3 Nearly isoo Tickets Sold in Knox- f ch th (Alabama Headlinesman Cobb (Ala- Delegation From Mountain WM At rive at 16 This Morning-Team far heimer did good work or at nooga K e) Prom an offensive standpoint too Brown at Harvard 0-37 me of quarters 12 minutes I -Clevenger' Eleven Prac Yale appears to outclass her rival Every Dartmouth tices on Field-Sewanee team the Blue has faced this season has Colgate at Syracuse 35-13 and Band Downtown ville Before Trains Start-Parades Love in addition to making three touch- " ' chattno 0 0 0 0- 0 i Gat Condition Score: downs made fully half of the tackles for aogn Alabama Twice Alabama bad the ball In- Alabama 7 2114 21-63 thece n ren or to fa been scored upon repeatedly with the Virginia at Swarthmore did not play in Today single exception of the strong Wash- Maine at Army did not play- in Morning 1 s( Struggie fen '''' Lind ington and Jefferson eleven Williams at Amherst 0-12 T M I AND S M A ELEVENS wil The Pennsylvania-Dartmouth game Colby at Navy did not play punt offers somewhat similar conditions upon Maryland Aggies at Georgetown did - ape : THE DOPE which to speculate The Quakers have not play When Tennessee and Sewanee elevens MEET THIS MORNING AT 10:45 Chattanooga Times Sitecial - to hi ' Gains Called-2:30 played erractie football all season De- Alhri ! g-ht at LaPayette 0-urgh at Carnegie Technical did today the largest crowd that ever wit- '7 dash against each other at Andrews field SEWANEE Tenn Nov f Place-Andrews field feated by Franklin and Marshall and Pittb 13-The 11113 I arrive in the city Lineups with weights: held to a no-score tie by LeFayette the not play nessed a football game in Chattanooga ll y at II ing The military school football champion- great eagerness and all of them expect Purple squad wi pearl TENNESSEE will be present providing of course that o'clock Saturday morning twenty-fop - A '' i ---- to be on hand when the fray is started iright this morning members of the student strong The entire squad is in line physi 6Dblixill Carroll i4 - I Years on g a - Weight Team SEMI-FINALS IN WESTERN The committee prepared last night against Chamberlain field this morning when body the weather man vouchsafes a clear sky ship of the south will be at stake on ci--izens and all cal shape witthbreethemeataceeps:inonewofpl:tnyesmunew oorltfaytpl former L e 174 4 rain and had a covering of straw with a the elevens of the Tennessee Military All the students of S M A and of Bayer I t 190 2 as b Kerr 1 g li6 4 tarpaulin ready for use Hence in case institute o Sweetwater and the Se- FOOTBALL REACHED TODAY f the reeidents of Sewanee have arranged daonAudbuth like he will tphleayteainmthheunegambeecoeniwicheithoertsfat:11181: I McLean C 170 3 rain falls during the morning the crowds their plans so that they may take in Tent Taylor r g 183 2 may be assured that the field will be in wanee Military academy meet in their th() game this morning while many Kelley r t 1 '200 4 CHICAGO Nov 13-Western foot- not be able to go through the whole students of the two schools who groomed by ' G Vowell r e 181 1 good ceoonntdeistti own will for start rgame t at21 the o'clock laofctke afternoon haennautaalrtegdridpirrooinnpbtlayttalet10T:45he and prom- 4 (lb 140 2 ball approaches its Climax tomorrow game Ancient rivals clash at Ann Arbor and the fans are urged to come early live In Chattanooga and other football defensive formations and new positions llobi 1 Canleren 1 h 142 2 when Michigan and Cornell meet This ises to Le one of the most exciting prep fans who never overlook a bet when it for several of the subs is v to get the good seats The crowd Is ex- school contests staged in Chattanooga copies to attending a gridiron scrap will to change men regularly always having tack May 154 2 The Chicago-Illinois and Wisconsin- Rainey r h ' 1 Lindsay fb 1: year a close struggle is expected A 5 4 Minnesota games will go far toward ' spectacular battle also is looked for at pected to overflow into the empty space this season as both teams have been attend the military school melee this a fresh man in reserve who can and will - K Average weight of Player lee settling the conference championship Comiskey park Chicago where Notre la front of the bleacher rail and may be working up to this game and are now at forenoon The foregoing merely inf give all he has to trample the Oran ge teem that Average weight tackla to tackle 185 compelled to occupy the northeast section the zenith of their power dicates at a large crowd is expected 1 Average weight of backs 148 and the Kansas-Nebraska contest will Dame meets the Indians SEWANEE be of utmost Importance in the - Mis- Tomorrow's schedule in the central of the stand which is not a very advanta- Each eleven will come to the city on this morning to witness a game that and White While not overconfident the Coat : geouri viewpoint a special train the "rattlers" pulling in promises to be a "humdinger" from whole mountain thinks that they cas all p Years on souri valley race Michigan and Notre states and last year s scores: Three special trains will bring the Knox- about 10 o'clock and a lively time is whistle to whistle outplay outfight and outyell the crew tacit ! ) Weight Team At trbana--Chicago (TS) vs Illinois I A Parker I e l&I 3 Dame take on eastern teams the (7) ville hundreds two from Knoxville and expected on Market street when the Sam McAllister of Tennessee and from Knoxville -- brea Pair 7 McCormick I t 170 1 former winding-up its season with Cor- At Ann Arbor-Cornell (0) vs Michi- cue starting from Sweetwater to bring the rival rooting gangs "get together" Up Ed Finlay of Virginia will alternate as Spirit is without a doubt the highest TI Harrison 1 g M 1 T M I aggregation to the city More at Sweetwater the boys of Col Hulvey's referee anti umpire while Broxton of it has been for years on the notmtsia Scott c 160 2 nell and the latter meeting the Carlisle gan (17) outs than 1 have been 250 tickets h bn sold in Knox- school and all their friends and practi- the University of Chattanooga will act Indians At Minneapolis-Wisconsin (3) vs an Mass meetings have been held repasay man Dobbins r t 175 3 Chicago's hope of retaining the big Minnesota (21) songs and yells have been rehearsed teal forw Leftwich r g 175 1 ville and conservative estimates last night cally the entire populace of the town is as head linesman Thus the "officializ- alcisaacs r e 160 1 nine championship depends on Gray At Chicago-Carlisle (-) vs Notre placed the number of visitors from that included in the latter category have hag" should be of the best and the the school is alive with the motto 'kali ' seven Tolley qb 144 4 Flood and Albert None of the three m Dame (-) city at not less than 2000 people All of been looking forward to this game with game a fast clean one with Tennessee" Several new yens hare This been added and the new siren yell Palmer 1 h 143 2 stars are in first-class shape and on At Lincoln-Kansas (0) vs Nebras- Sewanee will come furthermore to the Feast it rally r h 175 1 for Illinois is the favorite ka (9) number of 300 or more so that at the most they Clark 1 b 166 1 OUTLOOK FOR BASEBALL Critics are inclined to make Wiseon- At Ames-Iowa (45) vs Ames (7) reasonable guess 2500 people from out of quite irresistible As far as can be es bet I Average weight of player 165 sin the favorite over Minnesota The At Columbus-Oberlin (0) vs Ohio town Nsill attend the game This number dieted the whole mountain will be thee 3 - ane Average weight tackle to tackle 170 Average weight of backs 157 Badgers apparently are in best shape (0) should be equaled by the gathering of lo- - Referee-Henry (Kenyon) while Solon one of the few experi- At Evanston-Purdue (34) vs North- cal fans making a total of 50a0 people PEACE NOT SO ROSEATE with bells on and colors also TA largest each a tl f Vmpire-Cogdell (Auburn) mass meeting held in three years u - In enced men in the Minnesota team may western tOl within the enclosure when the whistle I pulled off Thursday night and more thin charg ' Head linesman-Tapp (Chicago Y M C blows a dcyhen speeches were made can NEW YORK Nov 13--Immediate where they will remain until tomorrow s college) There will be the usual uproarious dem- VANDERBILT-AUBURN GAME onstrations on the downtown streets be- Peace in the baseball world is by no Both teams are in fine condition and each The offensive strength of the tem --- today at Andrews field at2:30 In their Sewanee and Tennessee elevens meet fore the game The first parade of the means certain according to a statement expects to win should be somewhat stronger than in the 1 ' annual contest which has come to be VI SOUTHERN INTEREST Sewanee visitors will start at about 10 tonight by Robert S Ward president ot o'clock Tennessee's delegation in charge ts 1)t-1- s-as-i 1e a-s ItsTs” i - ! Sewcznee and Tennessee Elevens Meet at Andrews Field Today in Annual Strugg1 Sewcznee and Tennessee SEASON'S BIG GAME TODAY Sewanee and Tennessee Elevens Primed for Fray VOLUNTEERS CONFIDENT BUT EXPECT HARD FIGHT Henry Cogdell and Tapp Oficla Is for Game—Clevenger' Eleven Prac tikes on Field—Sewanee In Today ' THE DOPE Game Called-2:30 Place—Andrews field Lineups with weights: - TENNESSEE ---- Years oa - Weight Team Carroll I e 174 4 Bayer I t 190 2 Kerr 1 g- 186 4 McLean e 170 3 Taylor r g 183 2 Kelley r t 200 ' 4 G Vowel! r e 181 1 May (l4 140 2 Cameron 1 h 142 2 Rainey r h 154 '2 Lindsay 11) 1:5 4 Average weight of Player 169 Average weight tacd b? to tackle 185 Average- weight of backs 148 SEWANEE Years on Weight Team A Parker I e 14 3 McCormick 1 t 170 1 Harrison I g M 1 Scott c 160 2 Leftwich r g 175 1 Dobbins r t 175 3 Melsaacs r e 160 1 Tolley tit) 144 4 Palmer 1 h 143 2 rally r h 175 1 Clark 1 b 166 1 Average weight of player 165 ' Average weight tackle to tackle 170 Average weight of backs 157 Referee—Henry (Kenyon) 1-mpire—Cogdell (Auburn) Head linesman—Tapp (Chicago Y M C A college) tk college) -- Sewanee and Tennessee elevens meet today at Andrews ficdd at2:30 in their annual contest which has come to be the one big game of the year in Chattanooga This year the contest bears an added significance Tennessee has won every game played this season and needs but this game and the one with Kentmcky State to win the champion- - ship of the south Though Sewanee has been eliminated as a direct contender for the championship the Tigers need still have a chance for a successful season and need today's game and the one with Vanderbilt to attain ' that end - The Alabama victory put Sew artee almost on even terms in the dope and one of the bitterest contests ' ever seen on a Chattanooga gridiron is anticipated today Henry a graduate of Kenyon college Ohio and now a coach of a Kentucky school will referee the game Cogdell the old Auburn star will officiate as umpire Physical Director Tapp of the Y M C A who is a graduate of the Chicago Y M C A college will serve as bead linesman The selection - of umpire was held up for many days yanghn - Blake had been originally decided on but his work lu the SewaneeGeorgia game on the mountain angered Coach Cope who forthwith filed protest against the former Vanderbilt star Cogdell was finally selected Friday after extended argument An immense crowd is expected and spectators are urged to come early this afternoon if they wish to obtain good The Tennessee squad came to the city yesterday morning and had a signal drill DEI Andrews field yesterday afternoon 1Vhile the Vole are con2dent of victory they have not the chesty appearance of cocksure conquerors They know the Sewanee spirit of old they can look back on twelve years of gridiron history during which Tennessee bas only once taken the measure of the Tiger and realize that they haven't beaten Sewanee until the last I whistle has blown with the score still in 1 their favor Prospects are that "Red" Rainer will MIK I I "From Head to Foot We Clothe the Man" Morrison Drug Bowling Team Shows Great Improvement k Ilittita i U1U LiOt realty KDOW L1OW badly 1 4 off some of them were They should Chattanooga be 1 aqzisted and encouraged in every pos- i sible way and with peace in baseball they'll have a good chance to win out Chattanooga's Original $2 Hat Stores 1 No 4 East Ninth St 1405 Market St i The Morrison Drug bowling team won nett season" ik- I : -e - trinCZC"PINUM1:3C""131 ii 2(1101-- 1 two games out of three from the Roses 1 oNr 1 1 6711 aril trai n 7 ? SEWANEE vs Thursday night on the Market street al- "MORE WAR" SAYS GILMORE -----------mmoomanw LIII 0pE r m leys Fine rolled high score 214 and high -- 71 1 ' 1 I average 181 Score: No Chance for Immediate Peace Says FooTBALL T HIS moRNIN "iii ilo kali '1o: 4) G TENNESSEE Roses 1 2 3 "Dumm 406 y" 135 135 Li5— Federal President 163 125 170— 457 waller Wilholte 144 174 135— 453 CHICAGO Nov 13—Another season i i I Ellis Ribbons for the Game FREE! Chamberlin 209 161 173 165 — — 499 of baseball war was predicted today by i Ribb 133 1S5 5Z7 President Gilmore of the Federal league OHAGIBERLAIri FIELD t - Totals 811 740 41- 790-2341 He said the peace terms proposed by t Team Average-156 organized baseball were too one-sided The Federal league he added was Sewanee Md itary Academy vs Tennessee Military Institute 1' Come n — Glad to See You Morriso n Fine 1 2 3 175 214 175— 664 r anxious for peace but remained pe- OF SWEETWATER t cuw--- ''"'"miscor- Neligan 116 — 116 Pa5ed for war ' Brown iii Iiii— 305 (Ire 1 li Gurley 2L3 166 169— 648 GAME OfiLLED 10:45 Michigan and Cornell Ready ell:t4:44- --- - Allender 154 170 151— 475 1 1 - Butler 131 177 192— 500 ANN ARBOR Mich Nov 13—A light i ' 1 ' ississomorAitN6131 srs rs-Es'in —on — — signal drill today completed the Michigan military School Championship of i 1 Totals '" 875 844-2A8 football team's preparations for tomor- - i Team Average-167 4' 41r ::' ' -4 Authentic Styles ro w the 's tame with Cornell The Itheeens Tennessee) -rst!-!- f::1 practiced at e Country club in Detroit Aso I - ) 44 'A-II - ' ' i' la 0 1 : Lt -tt-4---1: ''-' ‘'-' f ' 1 ri4! rot:- 4 -4 p441 : -! -' - -:1-F--'1 V - Don't make the mistake of thinking these FACTORY INDOOR LEAGUE 1 1"1"1111"nr I 4111111111EMEIMI I 1 oov 4 ' are your pictures—they re authentic styles 0 (t) II 111111 I r---tr6-2?-' --r- - - i - t- -t 8 yOU'd look much like this young fellow in a EXPT r:N0 A FIINE t 1 HOT-FOUGHT DOUBLE-HEADER It 2 --- - - iv ' '''' -t-- ::---4 Ow Whelands and Plow Company Win - — I: It Z7i014:24 Hart Schaffner & Marx II Am— Enel mm1 emot- mmis b-- - - -4' Interesting Games mik 1 II FOOt r °pay° - 3 4 5 6 7—R -1 ! i 1 Whelands and Plow company were the 1 rTli70) E It ':4 I AA kv c ft ally Interesting games :Ir4:"i-k- i ' three-button sack with a soft roll front you victors Thursday night in two exception- In the Factory Indoor i - 114 a i Plil - i !:'-ci1----:z ta-- ' ' I :7117: h I ' S PA fITIE r 1 2t button only two buttons Italaeball league at the Y M C A Odor- 1 I '' f i '1 - -- A:''N 't less gave Whelands al I ' ' ' 4-:-t You'll not find a more serviceable model for the champions w a bitter resistance on only after the hotte an st g i ''''''- I: 4 I : :1 i i :- 1 I ''-'t"' 44 'S'ir - 1tP 'i -- ffif 0'-i 44- !:10-: -:-‘t:c -a11 Ltr"1-: : "day and day out up a ood V needs We have it for $18 50 kind of a battle The C S shops also put g tight Scores: First Game— Innings 1 Plow company 2 2 2 2 0 8 4 2-20 Ji C S Shops 1 0 0 2 3 3 2-11 For Football---White Yellow and Lavender f And up to $45 BatterMcDowell and Gulaue Ilat y ' - i 1K-4 "-47 field and Davis ift:-I 47''1-: 4iecond Game— I :'"N '':f'- a Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7—R $150 $200 and $3 00 Per Dozen r it' A--'' 1'-- i NNhelands 5000310-9 o Odorless 9010111-6 dr' 3:'-:!' i-4--- 1 Batteries—Skipper and Earp Brown and Bowen - a Aa- ' - - t r Davidson Clothing Co :: : NATIONAL BOARD MEETS - -- ut i:::: 811 MARKET STREET JOHN KARSTEN - ir OMAHA Nov 13—The national board of arbitration of the National Association of Main 554 Main 729 614 Cypress Streltii Main 554 Professional Baseball clubs todaY decided ' Copyright Hart Sd3allatt 16 Mani ) more than fifty complaints which pre- - vionsly had hc-en presented to the hoard cossagaNnwsommon They will be given out later An - IIIIMMEERIMMINIMEIMI - Copyright Eart Schaffner Marx 1 i viouslyhad h(-en presented to I Linemitun the Loard 1 I They 'AM be given out later Amialmomminniminommom meinsimmisionoulloollij11111aullui 11 -r 1 - ---- --'' u 1 - - ' 1 r i I- - ' N s - ' 141 :- 4' r'74 ""'"'""---- - - - - - - - - - - - ------- - - - -- - - -------'7"'"7---- -- ------- - - — - THE YALE RULES FAVORITE OVER PRINCETON IN TODAY'S GAME NE-W -YORK Nov la—Interest in eastern football will center tomorrow in the Yale-Princeton game Tonight the Blue ruled favorite but there were many Princeton supporters who predicted the Orange and Black would close its season with a showing that would wipe out the memory of last week's disastrous defeat at the hands of Harvard The season's records- of the two elevens appear to discredit the likelihood of such an eleventh-hour reversal of form While the Yale defense has proved erratic it has flashed at times into marked superiority to that of the Tigers Syracuse Dartmouth Williams and Harvard all found Princeton weai in defense of her own goal line li'rom an offensive standpoint too Yale appears to outclass her rival Every team the Blue has faced this season has been scored upon repeatedly with the single exception of the strong Washington and Jefferson eleven The Pennsylvania-Dartmouth game offers somewhat similar conditions upon which to speculate The Quakers have played erractic football all season Defeated by Franklin and Marshall and held to a no-score tie by LaPayette the SEMI-FINALS IN WESTERN FOOTBALL REACHED TODAY CHICAGO Nov 12—Western football approaches its climax tomorrow The Chicago-Illinois and Wisconsin-Minnesota games will go far toward settling the conference championship and the Kansas-Nebraska contest will be of utmost Importance in the - Missouri valley race Michigan and -Notre Dame take on eastern teams the former winding:up its season with Cor- nell and the latter meeting the Carlisle Indians Chicago's hope of retaining the big nine championship depends on Gray Flood and Albert None of the three stars are in first-class shape and on form Illinois is the favorite Critics are inclined to make Wisconsin the favorite over Minnesota The Badgers apparently are in best shape while Solon one of the few experienced men in the Minnesota team may VANDERBILT-AUBURN GAME SHARES SOUTHERN INTEREST ATLANTA Ga ' Nov 13—Interest in 'southern football tomorrow centers in the games between the Alabama Poly institute (Auburn) and Vanderbilt at Birmingham and the University of the South (Sewanee) and Tennessee at Chattanooga: Tennessee and Auburn are the chief contenders for the championship of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic association Neither has met defeat thus far this season Both are rated favorites over their opponents tomorrow but close struggles are anticipated Georgia and the Georgia School of Tech will Tne-et in Atlanta The contest while it will not have a direct bearing on the association championship is at &acting attention on account of the rivalry between the two institutions Virginia also undefeated by any southern eleven so far this season will not start today's game otherwise the Tennessee team is in superb condition Rainey bad a decided limp yesterday He will be held in reserve and may be sent In to try himself out If he is unable to start Thompson will begin the game at right half back The other Tennessee regulars will be in their usual positions "We do not expect to win easily" said Coach Clevenger in discussing the game "We -know that Sewanee is in better condition now than at any time previously this season and that the Tigers can put up a much better game than they have before this season except perhaps in the Alabama game last Saturday "People ask wby Tennessee bas been able to win without Rainey" said Coach Pontius "We bare won simply because the boys bare 'played together' They haven't played for individual star records "From Head to Foot We Clothe the Ribbons for the Game FREE! Come n — Glad to See You Authentic Styles Don't make the mistake of thinking these 1 are your pictures—they re authentic styles you'd look much like this young fellow in a Hart Schaffner & Marx three-button sack with a soft roll front you button only two buttons You'll not find a more serviceable model for "day in and day out needs We have it for $1850 And up to $45 Davidson Clothing Co 811 MARKET STREET Main 554 Main 554 DAILY TIMES: CHATTANOOGA TENN SATURDAY NnVE3113Elt 14 Elevens Meet at Andrews Field Bed and Blue came back strong against the Navy winning 13 to 6 Carlisle and Swarthmore were defeated in turn and then Michigan swamped the Quakers 24 to 3 Dartmouth were it not for the defeat at the hands of Princeton today would be ranked as one of the invincible teams of the east Not an eleven except the Tigers has crossed the Hanoverans' goal line If Pennsylvania wins tomorrow it will be another of the season's startling upsets Both the Army and the Navy have selected Maine college combinations as opponents and should win Harvard faces Brown in the final game before tackling Yale The leading eastern games tomorrow with the scores of last season are: Yale at Princeton 3-3 Brown at Harvard 0-37 Dartmouth at Pennsylvania 34-21 Colgate at Syracuse 35-13 Virginia at Swarthmore did not play Maine at Army did not play- Williams at Amherst 0-12 Colby at Navy did not play Maryland Aggies at Georgetown did not play Alhrig-ht at Lit Payette 0-7 Pittsburgh at Carnegie Technical did not play not be able to go throngh the whole game Ancient rivals clash at Ann Arbor when Michigan and Cornell meet This year a close struggle is expected A spectacular battle also is looked for at Comiskey park Chicago where Notre Dame meets the Indians Tomorrow's schedule in the central states and last year's scores: At trbana—Chicago (78) vs Illinois (7) At Ann Arbor—Cornell (0) vs Michigan (17) At Minneapolis—Wisconsin (8) vs Minnesota (21) At Chicago—Carlisle (—) vs Notre Dame (—) At Lincoln—Kansas (0) vs Nebraska (9) At Ames—Iowa (45) vs Ames (7) At Columbus—Oberlin (0) vs Ohio (0) At Evanston—Purdue (34) vs Northwestern (0) meet Swarthmore at Swarthmore Pa North Carolina is expected to continue its winning record against Wake Forest when the two teams meet at Raleigh N C Other games scheduled for tomorrow include: Virginia Military Institute vs Clemson at Richmond Va Louisiana State vs Haskell Indians at New Orleans Florida vs Citadel at Charleston S C Kentucky State vs Louisville at Lexington Stetson vs Mercer at Jacksonville Fla Georgetown vs Maryland "Aggies" at Washington Baylor vs Trinity at Waco Tex Randolph Macon vs Medical College of Virginia at Ashland Va Washington and Lee vs West Virginia at Charleston W Va Furman vs Newberry at Greenville S C but for the good of the team We hare missed Rainey of course but the boys work so well together that his absence is not feared nearly so keenly as one might PUNISHMENT AT HARVARD CAMBRIDGE Mass Nov 13—Permission to witness the Harvard-Yale football game at New Haven next Saturday will be refused to Harvard students- who failed to attain a high ranking at the fall examinations according to announcement today As a result many students have cancelled train reservations "ROLLER SKATING" Broad near Ninth School children 20 cents today--Adv Man" SEWANEE vs TENNESSEE imommomommmilmmi THOUSANDS To SEE GAME With Fair Weather Today Andrews Field May Overflow FOUR SPECIAL TRAINS WILL BRING VISITORS Nearly 1300 Tickets Sold in Kncixville Before Trains Start—Parades and Band Downtown' In Morning When Tennessee and Sewanee elevens dash against each other at Andrews field today the largest crowd that ever witnessed a football game in Chattanooga will be present providing of course that the weather man vouchsafes a clear sky The committee prepared last night against rain and had a covering of straw with a tarpaulin ready for use Hence in case rain falls during the morning the crowds may be assured that the field will be in good condition for a game in the afternoon The contest will start at 2:30 o'clock sharp and the fans are urged to come early to get the good seats The crcrxd is expected to overflow into the empty space iI front of the bleacher rail and may be compelled to occupy the northeast section of the stand which is not a very advantageous viewpoint Three special trains will bring the Knoxville hundreds two from Knoxville and oue starting from Sweetwater to bring the T M I aggregation to the city More than 1250 tickets have been sold in Knoxville and conservative estimates last night placed the number of visitors from that city at not less than 2000 people All of Sewanee will come furthermore to the number of 300 or more so that at the most reasonable guess 2500 people from out of town Nsill attend the game This number should be equaled by the gathering of local fans naking a total of 5000 people within the enclosure when the whistle blows There will be the usual uproarious demonstrations on the downtown streets before the game The first parade of the Sewanee visitors will start at about 10 o'clock Tennessee's delegation in charge of the famous Red Matthelss will start their Invasion an hour later Both parades will consist of automobiles and with students on foot as well 'lied" Matthews and his gang of celebrators have always been the big feature of the downtown celebration previous to the annual game and this year on account of the great prestige of the Tennessee team will be more uproarious than ever On the other hand Sewanee hearing of the immense bunch of Tennessee's enthusiasm has done some extra rooting practice R n d will swap blow for blow in the noise department A feature of the celebration this morning will be the presence of no less than four bands on the downtown streets The University of Tennessee cadet band will be down in full for the first time and will bead the Tennessee parade The Sewanee Military Academy band will be on baud also and the Sewanee rooters have also engaged the Third Regiment band to assist In the musical demonstration The fourth band will he that - of Tennessee Military institute of Sweetwater The musical contest flown town should make the occasion a gala one on all the streets in the central section of the city The merchants of the city quickly caught the spirit of the game and profuse decorations were seen yesterday in all of the principal business houses The entire downtown district today will be a riot of orange and white contending with purple and white of Tennessee and Sewanee respectively One especially beautiful window display has two entire doll football teams lined up with a grandstand full of enthusiastic doll fans applauding vigorously the entire scene with the colors of the two teams But for the fact that two sets of colors are represented instead of one Chattanooga would have all the appearance of a great college town (3 CITY BOWLING LEAGUE Ci 4 ROSES MEET DEFEAT Morrison Drug Bowling Team Shows Great Improvement The Morrison Drug bowling team won two games out of three from the Roses Thursday night on the Market street alleys Fine rolled 'high score 214 and high average 185 Score: Roses 1 2 3 "Dummy" 135 135 135— 44)6 Waller 163 125 170— 457 Wilhoite 144 174 135— 453 Ellis 161 173 165— 499 Chamberlin 209 133 1S5— 5Z7 — — — Totals 811 740 41- 790-2341 Team Average-156 Morrison 1 2 3 Fine 175 214 175— 664 Neligan 116 — 116 Brown iii 157— 305 Gurley 213 166 169— 548 Al !ander 154 170 151— 475 Butler 131 177 192— 500 Totals 789 875 844-2608 Team Average-167 175- 664 - 116 157- 305 169- 648 151- 475 192- 500 0- FACTORY INDOOR LEAGUE (t) HOT-FOUGHT DOUBLE-HEADER Whelands and Plow Company Win Interesting Games Whelands and Plow company were the victors Thursday night in two exceptionally Interesting games In the Factory Indoor Bmwebali league at the Y M C A Odorless gave Whelands a bitter resistance and the champions won only after the hottest kind of a battle The C S shops also put up a good tight Scores: First Game— Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7—R Plow Company 2 2 2 0 8 4 2-20 C S Shops 1 0 0 2 3 3 2-11 Batteries—McDowell and Gulaue Plat field and Davis 4iecond Game— Innings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7-11 'Whelands 5000310-9 Odorless 2010111-6 Batteries—Skipper and Earl) Brown and Bowen NATIONAL BOARD MEETS OMAHA Nov 13--The national board of arbitration of the National Association of Professional - Baseball clubs today decided more than fifty complaints which previously had ten presented to the Loard They will be given out later ALABAMA BEATS MOCCASINS BY:SEVEN-TOUCHD6WN MARGIN TUSCALOOSA Ala Nov 13—Alabama came back once more this afternoon and overwhelmed Chattanooga by the score of 63 to O The game was played on a wet and slippery field and the large score was a surprise to all The Crimsons had a grudge from last Saturday's game which it had to take out on some team and Balenti's Moccasins were the victims Graves' men had little trouble in running the ball all over the field Alabama played true to the form of alternate Saturdays At no time was the Crimson goal in danger although the Chattanooga backs on several occasions made first downs For Alabama Love played the hest of offense and defense while Capt Dimbeimer did good work for Chattanooga Love in addition to making three touchdowns made fully half of the tackles for Alabama Twice Alabama bad the ball In T M I AND S M A ELEVENS MEET THIS MORNING AT 10:45 The military school football championship of the south will be at stake on Chamberlain field this morning when the elevens of the Tennessee Military institute of Sweetwater and the Sewanee Military academy meet in their annual gridiron battle The game will be started promptly at 10:45 and promises to be one of the most exciting prep school contests staged in Chattanooga this season as both teams have been working up to this game and are now at the zenith of their power Each eleven will come to the city on a special train the "rattlers" pulling in about 10 o'clock and a lively time is expected on Market street when the rival rooting gangs "get together" Up at Sweetwater the boys of Col Hu Ivey's school and all their friends and practically the entire populace of the town is included in the latter category have been looking forward to this game with OUTLOOK FOR BASEBALL PEACE NOT SO ROSEATE NEW YORK Nov13--Immediate peace in the baseball world is by no means certain according to a statement tonight by Robert S Ward president ot the Brooklyn Federal league club Ward returned from Chicago where he conferred with Charles E Weeghanua August Herrmann and President Gilmore of the Federals on the peace proposition "My personal opinion of present attempts to bring about peace in baseball is that the time is too early" say Ward "anal that a year from now will be a far more suitable time to settle the baseball wrangle than the present We are not begging for peace "I also wish to say there is no chsnce of Mr Weegham buying the Chicago Nationals unless all the other -men in the Federal league are weU taken care of Mr Weeghman is not trying to throw down the Federal league We are banded together and there can be no settling of the present baseball war until all our men are protected Organized baseball knows this as well as we" HERRMANN MORE OPTIMISTIC Cub Sale Should Bring Peace— Minors' Gameness Complimented CINCINNATI Nov 13—"The negotiations for peace between organized baseball and the Federal league have progressed sätisfactorily but are by no means completed" said Chairman August Herrmann of the national baseball commission on his arrival here today from Omaha and Chicago' "Mr Charles Weeghman will come to Cincinnati next week to consult with Mr 'Charles P Taft over the prospective purchase of the Chicago National league club I believe the question of the sale of the Chicago Nationals to Mr Weeghman vill be settled one way or the other at this meeting and I hope peace in baseball will come after this "The minor leagues showed loyalty and gameness in their meeting at Omaha I did not really know how badly off some of them were They should be assisted and encouraged in every possible way and with peace in baseball they'll have a good chance to win out next season" "MORE WAR" SAYS GILMORE No Chance for Immediate Peace Says Federal President CHICAGO Nov 13—Another season of baseball war was predicted today by President Gilmore of the Federal league He said the peace terms proposed by organized baseball were too one-sided The Federal league he added was anxious for peace but remained prepa5ed for war Michigan and Cornell Ready ANN ARBOR Mich Nov 13—A light signal drill today completed the Michigan football team's preparations for tomorrow's game with Cornell The Ithacans practiced at the Country club in Detroit rimin1 II- nommolonomm i 0111111111111MMI I EXTrt FIVE firlISPARTIFIEN 11 L For Football---White Yellow and Lavender $150 $200 and $300 Per Dozen Main 729 1914 Today in Annual Struggle side the Chattanoogan's five-yard lines but fumbled The line tip: Chattanooga Alabama Paige C Barnett Miller e Morrer I g Hicks Broyles 1 g Eldridge r g Bowman Tang ley 1 t Gibbons r Goforth r L Vandegraf I t McWhorter 1 Burks Saul r Sutherland Love 1 e Ferrell r e Grisham Wells r e Woodworth Scott Johnson Lazard q b G Harsh q b Dezheimer 1 b A Bates Izard Spencer Hunt Weir L h Scott r b W Harsh Hampton f b Neville r h Long f b Summary—Touchdowns Love $ W Harsh 3 G Harsh Vandegraf Broyles Goats after touchdown Dandergrat Referee Streit (Auburn) Umpire Pratt (Alabama) Headlinesman Cobb (Alabama) Time of quarters 12 minutes Score: Chattanooga 0 0 0 0— 0 Alabama 7 21 14 21-63 great eagerness and all of them expect to be on hand when the fray is started this morning members of the student body ci-izens and all All of the students of S M A and the residents of Sewanee have arranged their plans so that they may take in th() game this morning while many former students of the two schools who live In Chattanooga and other football fans who never overlook a bet when it (Imes to attending a gridiron scrap will attend the military school melee this forenoon The foregoing merely in dicates that a large crowd is expected this morning to witness a game that promises to be a "humdinger" from whistle to whistle Sam McAllister of Tennessee and Ed Finlay of Virginia will alternate as referee and umpire while Broxton of the University of Chattanooga will act as head linesman Thus the "officializing" should be of the best and the game a fast clean one wbere they will remain until tomorrow Both teams are in fine condition and each expects to win 0 i 11--" - woompaiimeermr-A-041 -010040-Aodggilm -171°121&-- "' 1 - ' I - lir' r4- - '"'-':'—'—'"' r- ' -74:7") 4-1:: : S -- -- I - 1 47 - ' -:k: -'t I 1 me - so Asp i$ 1 - -- :------ig- A 1 11A p t --t- - -t r el ej- ' r 'Ve 477 412- - 17 I r (0 1 --‘ - -: - 4 t le ri : t- )f J ' - 'ir 'ev ''''- ' ''''''' ' r "-' ' 14 ' '' ' ''t ( I r: le ' -'1 -:- 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