The Washington Times from Washington, District of Columbia on October 16, 1904 · Page 11
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ii c < 0 oc I I THE TB WASHINGTON VAS ING1ON TIC TIO SUNDAY 01i 1Ar OCTOBER OC1 OBRR 16 ISM 1f69 et etn n 3T5EMLL ALLe PACING ATHLETICS BOXING TOOTBALL FOOT AtL George Washington Beat BeatRichmond BeatRichmond Richmond College Team TeamRolled TeamRollod TeamRolled Rolled Up Score of 17 to 0 QGreat Great Improve Improvement Improvement Improvemtint ¬ ment Shown by Local Team TeamSteen TeamSteenerson TeamSteenerson Steen Steenerson erson Good General George Washington w University Lltty rixty defeat defeated dstsated ¬ ed Richmond Ric CoUtpe at University Universityfa fa > j rk yesterday eJJt afternoon before tne u uJtst Ms Mst biggr Jtst gr t st t crowd lro that tIaa gas nae seen the local team teamjiuv teaIalld teamlIL2 lld jiuv this thi jftason by b 17 to toSUl 1sup ft ftSuixjrior Suixjrior sup riOl weight t ttm strength and good goodt goodttm t tm am work won ft for Waahmnton The Thel n nt t ant II showed a great t improvement Iaa Dt over overItvviwu ovrlndlJu 1 Itvviwu tiuus effort and seldom a4oaa failed to tonjke torL1le tott tt njke lte first down The players play were ow owrtS8ive aggn ag agjMrssive jMrssive gn rtS8ive ssive to a fault If aggressiveneas aggrv tvsasaas y can cant caDal1e4 cancaller t called a fault So eager and quick quickvere quickre vere re they to get into action acd that several severaltimes severaltimes veral veraltImes times they tM were penalised t which causedThem caused causedinem caued1em Them 1em to lose the ball or resort art to kick kicklag klck11g lag 11gChaDI 1 ChaDI Changes 1 Is LiMUp LiMUpCoacb LisaUpCoach Coach Rorke made a change c in the thelineup tileIiJjup tlmIiiseup lineup of George Washington W Wsa tgt0s and d the then thesdom w udora i k1om of it was proved tune u tine and aa4tt again againSioenorsoii againyteenereoit tt Sioenorsoii en rBOI1 was placed at quarterback In hip Ina p 1 a < ice e of Kirkman and demonstrated demonstratedgineralahip cJeBtoJUJtrat dsmonstratedgeneralship d dgnHalshlp generalship superior to his predecessor predecessorTtir predacesaori r Ttir 1 be 1t Quarterback < runs of Bteenerson Bteenersonwere 8teeDenov v were ere coupled with the offensive v work workuf workut workof uf Winston the features feat of the game gameSeveral gameveral e eteral Several veral times when gains IDa were badly badlyneeded badlynEded badlyneeded needed by the locate l Steencrson in invariably Inariablycovered Invariabiy ¬ variably ariablycovered covered the necessary ground groundlie groundHe ound oundHe He was ably assisted au Jte4 by Winston who whomade whomade Whomade made tb the most spectacular s ect Cdar run of the thela tiled thetd d la a print around left end eD for f sixty alltlYa sixtyiard Q Qrda iard iardBruce a rda rdaBruce rd rdBruce Bruce Bielaaki captain of George GeorgeWashington aeoraeashincton GeorgVashhgton Washington wis not able abI to play be beta beLiUse because ¬ ta cause use of injuries sustained in the game gamewith gameWith gamewith with the Veate e te n Maryland a week weekHe sga sgaHe go golie He ap appointed inted Bteenereon Steene captain andthe and andthe ad adt t the be latter always used the rarest of ofjndgment ofJc ofjcdgment jndgment Jc gment and Infused life Into the team teamby teamLy teamby by his own brilliant Ivld individual workFew work workFew ork orkFew Few Faults to Find FindThere YiMThere 1iaLThere There were but few faults to find with withthe withti wfhthe the ti work of George G orse Washington Wa lDCtoB yester yesterday yterdy yesterday ¬ day so greatly did it tit game outabtae outabtaeiunner CMItld CMItldulmer eutahLIericer ricer ulmer contests < Stivers whom w the theituchc thetHbcli ther ituchc r aches put in place of Stevenson at atright atnght atright right halfback in the second half sev several geVfond severeV ¬ ereV fond times made gains of five nv yards yld but butai butLilh Lilh ai 1 h time h be had a good opening o He Hehusky is isu Isw u husky buck but proved entirely too tootiow tcofiuw toot tiow t uw and the coaches yanked him out in iniivor Ul10r anof iivor of Kirkman in the last few ainutf min minui 1IIinuk ui uk utf uf pliiy lla pl Although lighter lter Klrk Klrktiiun KlrkCon Klrknan Con proved himself to be a better man manut VII1t ut t the position because of his speed and andiwu andt ad adI iwu I wu w o minuteb after tter he bad hac entered e ter the thegume uegame thegame game Kirk skirted past right tackle tackletor tMCklerr tor 1 r eight yards ards and a touchdown lie liewas Heazl 1I 1Ivas was azl only given the ball once more a > e after aftrhat aft afterhat J Jhat hat He H then made eight t yard past pastaokle paattekltc pastackle aokle < but fumbled fumbledThe tumbl fumbledThe d dThe The improvement of the Im Wenen f men was wasurticularly w wasrticularly a articulall urticularly rticulall pleaai pleasing W < n > Coaen Caae a aL Rorke RorkeLaw Parkelaw L Law w carried off the honors among a the theonwards theurwarda therwarda onwards both on defensive defL Ye sad t B4 d eften efteniiv ofteDV oCenoften iiv V often ttEn being need to advantage in inht 1nit Inh ht it right shift when he waa w taken takenfrom takenf takenirum from f lum hi h hIs position to the right ride Ide Ideu oi of1it oii i u he line and hurled at the opposmgchic opposing opposingiickle oppol oppolckle iickle iickleMorris chic ckleMorria chicMorris Morris Will Is Tnypnn f fhtcnl frkrle frkrlee a aiveral iveral e veral giiina at were made de through Morrta Mor Moriis iis 1 at t left guard g but he to yet et green greena Reeeud ud a a Mill 111 improve The meet et t perceptible perceptiblejniit perceptibletuit ru rutul jniit tul t in the ttne was the playing of ofivrry oftorry ofPerry Perry torry at times ti Often be played Fed too tooJiih toohih toohitih Jiih an and did not get in his usual ef effiiiiv eIni 1 fiiiiv ni titr work rk Howeer Hoe his tactics tac es bore boreio boret io 1 < uir utre r < auks for George 0eaIweul Washington Washingtona 1 a but ul l > w alas were wereJilm made through thrat4pihinn throughhim him Kiltrare held his bi man well at right rightfeijrd rightb tat tatI I b feijrd IIHd u rd and a ud at center Woods W alwajr alwajrK alwugud alwayagrd gud K M d iiariL 1uu and exceptionally eeeI eeeIuual tough as asusual asu u usual ua l h 4 the IIe better of ids oppenent oppenentptuin Opptlnntpain t to > pain ttin Webster W r often putting putUIWoat him himtiraliy blaIr Ir tiraliy tiaI y out of play playin playJ in J tike tatter tter part of the second half halfri half1n 1n ri > gtc a hard thump on tee opine aptneir ir r tht base ba of the nock eeIE whichvinen whichvinenittud whkh 1 eIa eIaI ines inesttued < ittud I l cj him for a while and aMJ Fraiaer Yrainrituruul Fraiaerlci ituruul lci J dllro < hinuuTs j s right Jat back shot hot hotj past hhw hhwg his hisKIIM j KIIM g im of from three te t Ave yards yardsi yantaFraier yardsFraier Fraier B BI Beet Yjiiae I ntiztI taaay easiy out up ue best game P8ef f i r i the he Vtevteians 1rIIiJ aJuL He i ia iaI their star starrr tar tartcr I tcr rr I nS nt was retted upon to gainn gain piaJiH JiH n 1 uf the Ite round but met with lit litsure IIttj litti tj sure Uc se 4 In the njnst half In the acewi sec secu Ce Ceu wi u IJ u halt however ver he did better 8ev 8evi I t i tim l mt i e made gams Alas of live yard yardu Yarc Yarca11 yartlsa 1 a11 a u r one agueexed uetSEd ueexed through an opening openingniyfvc open openL openingL 1 L ti tae r nt i t side ot 1M liter and I tun tunra I Iyf ra niyfvc t yf i x C y yartU aria al l before being tackled tackledstoi eaekk41 eaekk41I tackleda4V I stoi a4V 1 irson I and ad Law Lawj Lawbtu j ih i ht first tttDt 4 t ne in the past two twon sea seas seas s un I n extra e tra charge of K > 4 cent c cr c1Ma was wasi n r i tor oJ sent la the theha114 grandvtand graadatanni The Thein TheUJo in UJo white H may ma ban tiencJItted tiencJIttedi t tted ttedto lt ltt i to an n gnencfally was w 114 afiiure It Ittl tlellB s as asthe ssti the tl a spectators Spe < UUorll wen yr T OK who whot 110 110i i i t in t the nt extra quarter CIUIterwe quarterwere wvre t a axjvau at a decided decidedt t xjvau 1 c u HPQe ti > age us they t ey had to crowd ere to toi i i < P i > t jws and xuutd In stir r rth 4o see aeeihe seethe the th bead ea4 of those who lined up upi upu u i tat t t ie ropesSLtlrti ropes ropesif ropeUle SLtlrti Ule h he Tw iBia 1 1Ig sa sarWashington > if rWashington < Wavbicgton Wa > > bmatoa scored it its first firsttiuitdovn ftrstt firstdotn t tiuitdovn don in the abet two t minute 1Du of ofP ofv ofp P v o lean I rrr < Irtrk kt iced i off 0 < < for fU likhmOnd likhmOndt P JuDQu4A hnvtiMf hnvtiMfAur Aur A t t r a series of line bucks and a aj aJudrhItC ay y j JudrhItC L a rurbAek n rb cek run of eight ignt yama ya4s by bySi It ItSI byat Si d Irryan iier r tn > n the quartrifcerk repeated repeatedin ted tedlli in b i > t trU trlti rirI and a d ran dftecn y ypw rt for a at aAll al4cWn t K hdown After All MmMsW Me I It sjf wn he heb beh b t wced icd d dtddle the ttat bait Or o the gniAa gniAaf and andtVrfeited f tddle feited feitedIN bin lt4 tt 7 j a aottL aottLThe gsoL1N 1N IN USE FOU 20 YC YEA YEAt7r A AThe t7r are areow A ow sr srlckand i I The Quick u lckand and Sure Cure for forMALARIACHlLlSFEyERAHD I V1 MALARIACHlLlSFEyERAHD MALARIACHlLlSFEyERAHDLA AND ANDLA ANDIPPL i LA LAIt BRIPPE BRIPPEit RIPPE RIPPEIt IPPL it is 1s a powerful tonic and nd appcfinr IppetiurWilv appehmfYilll fYilll Wilv rnpi IIItJf Ifh7daetaZlWuailatlrrkr tmft nAAii1 IiId II1IIII II1IIIIAll db dbA A All 50f 5I1 lime limeN N IIcoreOeoIp Score George Washington W i Rich Biehmond Richmend IDOIMIeor mend a aCoJeman 0 0Coleman Coleman eor kicked e oft < < to Oeoree Wash Washington WaahIqtoo Washingtons ingtons ington 4fryard JUd line The local loe a ad advanced adanc8d advaneed ¬ vanced anc8d the ball seven vea yard but on the thefirst tbeant thefirst first lineup D4rUp war were penalised pAW fifteen yards yardsfor yardsfor yardsfor for offside o < Ide play They recovered six sixyards sixrt sixs yards s on the next t down WD and made rt rtODftratUM yar yarthe It the theatt ODftratUM first al down on WDth the th thaUpt second secondattempt = attempt aUpt att but were were wereon time again penal penalised penal1aecI ¬ l ised ed fifteen een yard yal yardst this tbi time for rough roughplaying roughplaying P playing baa but it t was only OI the ant down downAfter down downAft After Aft a aerI series of good gains Steenerson Steenersonsaade 8teeDenonatte Steeensonmad mad Afteon atte a yards y on a a quarterback auarterbackrun run but the Richmond boy ho braced and held for down 40WDL Several ineffectual atwent at attempts atteap ¬ tempts teap went to gain aaiD gainto were made and ad the ball ballagain ballqaIo ballagain again went WeD towere to George Geo Washington WashingtonLorfcta WaahinatonLeraJa Washingtonerals Lorfcta erals mud mudTb P nH aJiseL aJiseLTh ed edThe The Th local could not gain and Steener Steenerson Steen Steenerson r rlIOn ¬ son kicked fifteen yards yar L Richmond Richmondcould Rtchdloudcould Richmondcould could get but two yards ard8 and andWashington wain wainWaabinwn n nWashington Washington took the the1 ball Stev Steveluded Bteyluon Bteyluone1 n neluded eluded e1 dec1 right end for twenty yards and andWinston andWlnato andWinston Winston added eight but b t Rorke1 men menwere menIn menwere were again In penalised fifteen yards be because becau because ¬ cause cau Stevenson held and Steenerson Steenersonwas SteeaenonW8 Steeeesonwas was forced to punt booting thirtyfive thlrtyAveyards thirtyfiveyards tl rtyJlve rtyJlvey yards y Richmond could not pin and andkicked aDdkick andkicked kicked kick twenty yards to Stevenson A Aseries Aofbus Aseries series of ofbus gain gains by Law Steenerson eonarson o Win Winston Wlntoo Winston ¬ ston too and Stevenson carried the baH to toRichmonds toJUeauoct6arc11ine toRichmond Richmond JUeauoct6arc11ine 6yard line Steenerson took tookit WellJt tookIt it ever on the next lineup on a quarter quarterback qterItaeI quarterback ¬ back run He kicked goal Score ScoreGeorge IIcoreGeorp SnoreGeorge George Washington 11 Richmond 0 0In eIG 0In In the second half George Washington Washingtonadded Waahlnatonadded Washingtonadded added another touchdown to its credit creditColeman creditColeman creditColeman Coleman kicked to the 26yard line and andgains andIP andgaits gains IP II by Law West Winston and andiuvers Stivers 1ItIY who replaced Stevenson aa aavnnced aovaDCed advanced vnnced the tb baU to the center bf thewhere the field where Winston lost 08t it on a fumble fumblePraiser feJabJeVraber tumbleTrainer Trainer for Richmond made successive successivegains 8UeeeUlvepm auceeafvegain gains of four twentyfive twentvavea twent 6ve and four fourson tourbut fourbut but was ftnally held tflien ne t Oe George Georgeon rae raeWa8hlacton Wa8hlacton on by gains In which 8teener 8teenerlIOa Mtecnsrson son figured most prominently carried carriedth cantedI carriedthe tIM th ball to Richmonds 7yard line I Kirkman replaced Stivers at right half halfand Milcarrted haltaed and carried the ball over for So a touch teuehdown touchdown t8UehI ¬ down OWD Bteeneraon punted out and then thenkicked tbeDIdeIred thenkicked I kicked an exceptionally exC8Wonally dUBcutt dUBewtGeoqe ditltewtScore jroai jroaiScore Score George Washington 17 17mond lUcm lUcmmoo moo 0 0Richmond s sRichmond Richmond again kicked off ti George GeorgeWashington Georget Georgemiwatf ous Washington In the theg but aartnwo aartnwoend two miaut miautof u uof s sous of t play Winston got g areund rau rauor Dd left leftfor end endfor for t or a run of sixty yards y but ut George GeorgeWashington tleorgeWashington I Washington could not score agate agateThe aMIDI againThu I The LineBy LineByG uu uuI LiarUVan G W Position Richmond RichmondVan JUch JUchV I Van V Van VUet VIietI b L X M Southerland SoutherlandWrbrht JIoutlaerla outherlattdrtaht 4 4Wrlaht Wrbrht WrbrhtLaw Wrlahtlaw rtaht rtahtLaw Law L T 1 Hudgins HudginsMorris Hud udgin udginMorris JuI JuIJlOIIta Morris JlOIIta I L aCrockett aCrockettWoods O Crockett CrockettWoods CroekettW Woods W Center Webster WebsterKlbjore WebsterKilger Klbjore Q IThravell IThravellWry Thraves ThravesPerry ThravesT Perry Wry R T < SneadOat Snead SneadW 8DeadW W West Oat R B Graham GrahamSteonersoa GrahamSteeuersea Steonersoa u B Mench YenchWinston MenchWinston Winston L 1 H B BCo1eman BCo1emanKtrbIaa BColemans Coleman ColemanStivers s Stivers Kirfcman KirfcmanStevenson KtrbIaaBteveD80D1 KhkraanStevensonit Stevenson BteveD80D1 R H B BFraiser BFraiserF Praiser PraiserP F West WestF P B Bradshaw BradshawTouchdowns BradaawTouchdownsSteeneraon cJIIa cJIIaTouchdowns TouchdownsSteeneraon Touchdowns Steenerson teeneNOD X Kirkman Kirkmandals 1 Goals from touchdowns touehdoWDa8teeDelllOl1 Steenerson 2 2Umpire 2UmpireIII Lire Umpire UmpireIII Mr Gaca Lehigh Referee RefereeMr BetereeIIII RefereeMr Mr Nellson Nell on Nebraska Linesmen LinesmenAbr LinesmenAbrNottingham Mr MrNottingham Nottingham Not uharn Richmond Mr Nie N George GeorgeWashington P Wahl Washington gtou Timers TimersMr TimersMrRichmond Mr Dfckteaon Richmond Mr Collins George Wash ¬ ington ingtonBRUNDS In ingtonBROKLANOS to toBRHOnAHDS BRUNDS HELD HELDWTHQDISUriHH KELDt WTHQDISUriHH IETHODI8TS t DOWN DOWNOlrt DUNnni allewnt nni pia Mgnrier igr Ofpeststi Olrt te t tvw Acer BosseRat B Rat t flelOl oIosdM Wajdjid vw OC 0 < < Times TimesTa TkmOutweighed T TWM Ta dliawss dliawssOutweighed WM WMOutweJabed Outweighed by about tea or r tw tweige tweigepounds twe tweP e epounds pounds P UIIda to the man the eleven eIev eIevwarfteN cridifon grlilgnwarrtere cridifonwairior wairior representing pt entin BrookUmd wlthj with withtile withthe JJ the terrific line assaults utta of the thei thelaDd theR R i Island laDd Avenue Methodists for forforty fortort forforty forty tort minute yesterday and held them themdown themdowa themdown down to a score of 5 to 0 0The 0JIIethodIaU 0The The Methodists had the ball most of ofthe ofthe ofthe the time and ad bad ample opportunity oDDOltUJ ty to toscore toscore score at least three touchdowns but hottheir butthen bUtt then t eIr lighter opponents made up with withgrit withTIt withgrit i grit TIt and d deiwtosUon tenljiUon oa what they lacked lackedin lackedIn in avoirdupois avo rallied at the most op oppoctu opportun i thnee t nod prevented the oval ovalfrom from being carried over the line ine that thatcounts thateount8 thatcounts I counts countsThe eount8The countsThe The winners 1 were forced to try every ever everforllSU formation forllSU D they knew and also al o to put in ina ina ina a number of fresh h men ea In the second secondhaf 8eCOndhalt secondhalt halt while the BrookJand played the theame theH thesame same H men until R MacMahon received a athreeinch athreeIncb athreeinch < threeinch scalp Ip wound and had d to re retire retire retire ¬ tire in favor of Daniel The Metbo lIethodbJu Methodlsts dlt dbJu scored their solitary IIO tarY t touchdown in inthe inthe 1nthe the first part of the first 1 at half f on a trick trickplay tricklilay trickley lilay play ley After that the Brooktondc got a ame aline line me on their Uu u playing and prevented any further scoring + T 1 CAPTAIN CAPT IN GARRETT GroundGaining Left Tackle of Gal Gallaudet Gallaudet I laudet laudetHAWPIIBESDOWI laudetI laudetNAVY 1 I 1NAVY HAWPIIBESDOWI HAWPIIBESDOWIBEOfieETOWN NAVY PLEBES DOWN DOWNGEORGETOWN DNVV V GEORGETOWN PREPS PfiEPSim PREPSDerbIM PREPSDixknMiPut DerbIM DixknMiPut ht as hi tatbe te t Gana0a Gana0adeb Ga a im Kate One 0 Tetwh Tetwhnvwn TftehI TftehNJIAPOLIB Toehdews nvwn nvwnANKAPOLJ8 dews dewsANt1APOLIB I ANKAPOLJ8 Oct lTbe tIJ1tMdeIaed Pririeaieu PririeaieuWaavy I r1nest ej ejNavy Navy game was delayed deIaed m Inbmtnej Aft i MM MMonly andonly only 0 onehalf of the Georgetown Gorgetew117BMtt Gorgetew117BMttCass Jtonrtli Jtonrtlidnss JiMt JiMtCIaa Cass Midshipmen Midshipmendarkness IOdIIbIpIaen4arkDeu game was aee wan wandarknesa darkness stopped the tlaeThe game gameThe gameThe The Navy aV scored one tocli touchdown owp to tothe totbe tothe the visitors vl8it n nothingNavy nothing nothingNavy DOthIIurNavy Navy Plebes Georgetown GeorgetownKinkaidLett Traps TrapsKinkaid K1nkaidLeft Kinkaid Left End JCefrigan JCefriganft an an8I1 an annguffLeft 8I1 nguffLeft Inaft ft Left TackleWoods Tackle Wood Woodroft W WNorfhcroft NortheroftLeft Norfhcroft roft Left Guard Moffet IoftetWaller MoffetWaller MoIIetWaller Waller Center Beckett BeckettShufroth BeckettShatrotb BeckettShafrothRight Shufroth ShafrothRight Right Guard GuardGintaare GuardGintaareMagruder Oounare OounareMagruder 0000000eMqruder Magruder R Right ht t Tackle TackleFoley PoJey Vague Right bt End E dJILPeT Riley TownsendRI Townsend Riglit t Half HaltBeJIeIa HaltBeJIeIaDreu waken RallenDr wakenDreutar Dr Dreu Dreutar ut r Left l cft HalfDonahit HalfDonahitBurg Half RalfBurg Donahir DonahirBurg Burg Quarterback QuarterbackPortale Quarterback tt ith ithPortale Portale Fullback Fl FlSWARTHMORE FT FTSWARTHMORE Fltqeta14 Fltqeta14I Fltqeta14SWARTHMORE I SWARTHMORE EASILY EASILYDEFEATED EASILYDEFEATED EASILYDEFEATED DEFEATED DELAWARE DELAWARESWARTHMORE DELAWAREIIW DELAWARESWARTHYORE SWARTHMORE IIW A1lTHKORE Oct ttSwarthmore ttSwarthmoreeasily 1ZiawartluftoreI1Y 1uwarthmoreeasily easily I1Y defeated Delaware College on onWhittier onwattier onWhittier Whittier Field this afternoon by 49 to ft ftAlthough 81 81Alth01lb aAlthough Although outweighed Delaware put up upa upa i ia a plucky game lDe and frequently stopped stoppedIt stopped1tty It I 1tty heavier b vier opponent op nt Swarthmore was wasunab wuu wasunabp I u unabp unab to score until the last few min minutes JDiDut misutcs ¬ utes ut < a of f the nrat half It rolled up up8CCre a big bigscore bigscore score in the second halt halfPENNSYLVANIA haltPEHNSYLVAIA haltPENNSYLYANIA PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE COLLEGEBLANKS COLLEGEBLANKS COLLEGEBLANKS BLANKS WEST VIRGINIA VIRGINIASTATE VIRGINIAlATZ VIRGINIATATIO I STATE lATZ COLLBGE Pa Oct li liPennsylvania Ji1 Ji1PeADsylvania li liPetwsylvania Pennsylvania State Btat College beat the theUniversity thelJalvenity theUniversity University of West Virginia at football footballtoday footballtoday footballtoday today by a score core of M to i The Vir Virginians VirJrialana Virgintans ¬ ginians put up a stubborn defense but butState butLat State Lat 18 College managed to score seventeen seven seventeen ea eaeNn ¬ teen points Oints in each half Captain For Forkum Forkum Forhum kum kicked four goals goalsPOSJHL4M coalsPOJtJUJ goalsPORDI PORDI POSJHL4M YAN TMMS JtXHKSXLASX JtXHKSXLASXPOBDHAM JtKJOfSsuUFORDHAM RZXt51LARRFORDHAb POBDHAM N Y Oct l JiFonIIIaJII JiFonIIIaJIICollCJe lbFordhctmCollege Fordnam FordnamCollege College defeated Rennselaer Polytechnic PolytechnicCollege PolyteahRieColleae PolytechnicCollege College of Troy Tro by the score Ore of 22 to 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struck a snag this afternoon aftelllOODW8 and andwas andwas was able to score only one ae touchdown touchdownagainst toueIacIowaFdDllt touchdownagainst against the Agricultural and lfechaaical Mechani Mechanical Mntcal ¬ cal College eleven of North Carolina CarolinaSpringer CalOUaafailed CarolinaMalinger Springer failed to kick goal and the thescore thee thescore score e stood B to toThe t eThe tThe The visitor with an unusually heavy Iaea vy line u put up a strong atro game on the de defensive defeegve ¬ fensive and in the second half tw twsecUMd twice twicethe twiceaeceed secUMd the t he bull on downs within the theyard SII tilt tilt5yt l iia 5yt yard Mae MaeThe lineTI i iTN The TI LineTip LisaHpVirginia LineTipVirginia I Virginia VirginiaYaneey Positions A A and andYanoey X XSpringer I IYaaoey Yaneey and Springer A t B Gregory GregoryCook aro aroCook Cook CoolsI L I T r Abernathy AbernathyI beraatIa beraatIaI I lotalUloD1 Johnson L Q < I Hadley HadieyBeckett HadleyBeetcAttt HadleyBe 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NATIONALS NAT1NA8Runalist DEFEAT AIERICANS AIERICANSBwMkea AMERIAN8LlS BwMkea JIlts aids FmatMee P1 Iea IeaW byraid by JVinlisg JVinlisgcni raid Mafia W Canoe ea De hw hwfaII Down DownIT w wlall lall lallST faIIWI I ST LOUIS Oct UBuncbed hit hitand hits hitsand and fumbles tv by Wallace and Sudhoff allowed al allowed ¬ lowed the St Louis Nationals Maua to win wintodays wlitloda wintodays todays loda game gala e from the Browns BrownsA Brown BrownaoWlNebeader BrownsA A doubleheader was to have been beenplayed beenpIare4 beenplayed played but the manager uuurer of the Brown Brownrefused BnWn8be Brownsrefusedes refused refusedes s be expressed ex it Itto to ask hi hito wto his hisuaen uaen to work orIJ for nothing Todaysgame Todays Todaysing TodayseDda game ends the POet seises let the t1I1 teams be bel belei lei l even up The score 1IC0IeJIlaUowll R H EL E National 009060100 0 0 It 0 0 0 I 10 0 O 014 10 11 1 1E 1lDerie 4 4Americana I IAmericana Americana lDerie Jul 20300200 203020001 0 J 8 0 0 0 0uttenNlcbols i 4 4Batteries 4BatteriesNicbols Batteries uttenNlcbols Nichols and M Grady Sudbofl Sudhoffand Sudbofland 8u laoa laoaaOO and Khoe IYmptreHShears Umpires Shears and a 4 Jen Jennte JennI9 lenn nte n nI9 ga s Attendance Attendlncc500 Attendlncc500uns Attendance25001ISD8 2300 2300RJtDS RJtDS 11 r HAJmCSTBM JURnsTEJUII o oBIRINOKJKLD a aSIRLNOFIKLD BIRINOKJKLD I Oct liTbe 16 The ClnclB ClnclBaatl Clnclatl CincUtnact aatl tl National League team tea easily de detv dekatocl def katocl f tv atod the International Harvesters here hereto her hertoa heretoday toa today to i > IS Jo 0 a The locate loe were badly badlycared badlyKared badlyscared cared and fielded poorly They The found foundHabn foundHab foundHahn Hahn Hab an enigma e getting only oaI two hit hitSteinfeldt laitSteinfeldt hits hitsSteinfeldt Steinfeldt knocked home runs in tWJ i trrIaatecessive J JMUCCCBSV MUCCCBSV aatecessive inning lnningtThe inningThe The score scoreCincinnati Con R H E Cincinnati CincinnatiHarvesters 06000003 U 6 0 0 0 0 U 3 12 14 2 21 Harvesters HarvestersBaitirii lIarvc len U 0 0 U U 0 0 0 0 t 0 2 6 6lin 6I Baitirii s sand V ILhn lin and 8chl 8chld i Dwyef DwyefThe DW DWand llwyekand I and Silk 01 is s > Inipirc IluPireNilcs JuIlrcNllc JuIlrcNllcI Nilos I Woodlawn Vase V ase Taken TakenBy TakenBy TakenBy By Goughacre StableHistoric stableHistoric Stable StableHistoric Historic Piece of Silver Won Twice by Clyde ClydeBecomes ClydeBocomes ClydeBecomes Becomes His Property PropertyVictor Victor the theGallant tho thoGallant he heGallant Gallant Shorthose MORRIS MOUroSPAJUC PATE Oct 1 JJB B F Clydeof Clyde Clydeot Clydeof of Philadelphia Ptu adelphia owner of the Qou Gougbacre GougbacreStable e eStable eStable Stable now has the Woodiawn vase v a ahistoric ahttort ahlstork historic piece pie of silver to be given sly to tothe sothe 0 0the the owner of eta a bone winning the the weight wfgbtfor weightfor t tfor for age IC haqftirap h haao taap p at two mile 1D miles e and a aquarter aquarter aquarter quarter twice tWlc to succession successionShorthose wccessionShorthose aeeeloaShorthON Shorthose won this event last year yearand yeara yearand and a ud by b winning w it today y the vase be becomeb becomeb comeb orne the property PIV Item of Mr Clyde In InIBM I 1884 Michael F J bwyer > wyer won it with Miss lirasWoodford MissWoodford IOuWoodford Woodford and the same great eat mare iarewon marewon e eWon won It the succeeding euceee4ia year y Mr Mrhowever Dwyer Dwyerhowever Dwyerhowever however cave ave It to the association associationagain associationagain octa oI1 oI1again again in liS 1IM antno a trio O hone has won thin thini tblllIlmnd1cap i handicap twi tw twfoe in succession until to today today I day dayi dayArtful i Artful showed how that she be i 1a the best Ally Allyof fillyof n nof of the year by wJnaing w tng the White Plai PIalUancUeap Plea Pleahandicap i iHandicap Handicap at afcr furlongs twIee with 139 139pound aopoun 130pounds pound poun up from the Latest twoyear twoyearold twoyearoIda twoyearolds old olds in training t treblingGood f f Good and Plent Pleatp won the Champion ChampionSteeplechase ChampioD8t ChampionSteeplechase Steeplechase 8t epahue at three miles wile tie and a half halfand halfand halfand and thus thu added about AM a to his owners own ownen OWDWealth en wealth Cottgwy fell The TheahJt scene sceneshift seenshifts shift to Jamaica next week weekJIea Summa Summaries Stunmarles ¬ ries riesFirst First race raeeTwoyolda Twoy sarolds fix fur furJJeatUt teuo lonje Jiatt Baettk 7 to 1 won The ClftnMint i to 1 second My Bnebv d to tothird 0 f 1 third ThV lMfc 1 1 SulfepiMe7T L doe Ge = Henrietta Myopia yopla and aDdecoDcl lig1leg lig1legran miin miinran ran ran ranSecond Second ecoDcl raceTbe race The ebUh tlt ehni ehnisteeplechase s ssteeplechase steeplechase echue 7about about three threeBad mile mileerer milessend a < = Bad Plea PIeIIty y 1 to 10 WOlL wore Wool Lath Lathto Oauttrer send erer 7 to 1 second cond The Theher Ragged Cava ca calieI her 10 to 1 third Time 11 71 Iv IvZinaibar I IZJnalbv Ivan IvanZinalba Zinaibar Mystic Sbriner Choice c cCollgny aDd aDdCoUanY andCo Co Collgny llSny also a o ran ranThird InThi tanThird Third Thi race raceWhlta White Flairs Handicap H Hfor for twoyearolds six furlongs fUll Artful 1 4 to t won Dandelion 13 to I second secondraara secondr OIoI Ier r 7 to third Time ioi i 81 ae GaaranA aeupr = raara aranA Augur upr Cairnggrm l and Brilliant BrUMantalso BrIUIaatFourth Brilliantalso also ran ranFourth alsoFourth Fourth race ncerol For maiden twoyear twoyearold twyearotds twayearoids old otds al lx a furla furlong DArkie D llde 2 to 1 won wonBill wonBill OD ODBW Bill Bailey H 10 to 1 to second Oxford OxfordC Oxfordto C to Vthiru IWI tbirci Time Tim Jfa tooLo Prestige Pret Pal Palmeat RaiRoasbourne Bait meat t Roasbourne Priority and White WhiteMarehal WId WIdJIIanba1 WhiteMarshal Marshal alo ran ranFifth raaPUth ranFifth Fifth race raceTbe The Morris Park weight weightfor weightor ea t tfot for or age handicap for tkreeyearolde tkreeyearoldeand tLreeyear tLreeyearaacI threeyearoldand and upward two and onequarter onequartertiles oneguarteronhoae onequarterle tiles le Wtorthoee onhoae 7 to I won GUI GUIto Gunfire Gunfireto Are Areto to 6 > second eoDCi Afri Afrieancer trl sneer S to L third thirdrj tbiri3i rj 1 Nb Nbitifgth Ostrich also ran ranI ran8Is I Sixth 8Is raw taroY1e Ker V threeyearolds and andupward upward mile and threesixteenths tld teeftt Carbuncle Car CarIM IM buncle ade to 1 Woe Molly Brant 0 to toeoDd 20 20second second eoDd Gree Greeuerest creM I to 1 third Time TimeIna TmIeS8I 102 Proceeds and Tom Tom Lawson also auoran alaoran alsoran ran ranTomertowi ranTeaurrowa Tomertowi l TCatrie EstdeeFirst TCatrieFlrat EII NL NLnntn First nntn race racehive Five n and onehalf U fur furion f f1oIl furlongs ion longs Red Ruler 1 loa Water LI Lbjht t 110 H0Zeala 110less 118ala Zeala ala 1 lOf Incense 707 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ClubAs I As the board seldom Idola overrule 0 the thecommittee tIMCOIIUIdttee thecommittee committee the fight ht may ma be regarded IeCIdMeertainty as asa asa a certainty There has tt s been a lot of talk that no aoR nor I more R r + OJe fight 4 permit would be issued led here I but b todays to4a ys action prove to the con trarv trarvKach trarvEacb traryEach Each boxer ha baa deposited jgSst 555 forfeitmoney forfeit forfeitmoney felt feltDloney money guarant guaranteeiu8 eiu < his appearance hi I the ring and at the t required weight t and the club ba has posted 110 1 100 < XX > to guarantee i that the fight will take place placeANOTHER p pANOTHER placeANOTHER ANOTHER WORLDS RECORD RECORDBROKEN RECORDgROKEN RECORDBROKEN BROKEN BY OLDFIELD OLDFIELDCLEVELAND OLDFIELDC OLDFIELDCLgVELND CLEVELAND C ELrD Ohio Oct 15 uworld 11One 11Oneworlds One Oneworld world worlds record was broken at the auto autoraces auto autoraces aQaorace races at the Gtenviile Gle vWe race track tbi tbiafternoon 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