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HOLD GEHTRE OF
THE AREM TODAY
Soccer Games, Cross-coun
try Runs, Boxing, Horse
Racing, Shooting anct Bas
ketball on Sport Calendar.
Pennsylvania-Dartmouth, at FrAnklln
Tale-PHnfeten. at Princeton,
tlnnmrd-nronn. at CambrMe
Cornell-Michigan, nt Ann Arbor.
Carllslo-Notro Dame, at Chlcngo.
Amherst-Wllllams, at Amherst. ,
Cathnllo University-Dickinson, at Carlisle.
T. and M -tlrslhus. at CollcRevllle.
Fordham-ir. of Vermont, at New York.
daJleudet-ra. Mil Col. at Cheater.
Georgetown-Maryland ' Aggies." at George-
n?tJihurR-tmcknU, at Twlibur.
Haverford-Johni Hopkins, at Baltimore.
Lafayette-Albright, at Eaeton
I-ahlRh-VIUanova, at South UetWehem.
Merceribura Academy-Pcnn Stato Fresh
nun, at Merccrsburg .....
Mutilenberg-trfbanon Valley, nt Allcntown.
N. T. U.-Stcvens, at Hobokrn.
Syracuse-Colgate, at S recuse
Army-Maine, at West Point.
NavyColbv, nt Annapolis.
Plttsburgh-Camegto Tech.. at Pittsburgh.
Vlrglnla-Swnrthmorc, at Snarthmore.
Wnynesburg-Delhanr. at Bethany.
Western Mar land-Delaware, at Newark.
Penn-Harvard, at Cambridge.
Philadelphia league games.
Allied League games
Inter"lub League gnmea
American Ieaguo games.
Penn second-Philadelphia C. C , at nonalr.
Otorgo School-Westtown, at 'Wcsttown.
Independent Gun Club, nt Holmesburg.
Point Breeie Clun Club, at Point IJreete.
Du Pont Qun Club, nt Wilmington.
Eagle Qun Club, at Manoa.
Junior event at Talrmount rark.
rhllopatrlan Club run, York mad.
Penn Freshmen-Dartmouth Freshmen, at
' HOnSE BACES,
Charaounlx Speedway races on Falrmount
Havre de Grace races at Havre do Grace
Directum I. exhibition race against tlirm,
on Wawaset track, Wilmington.
At Continental Hotel.
Jasper-Da Nerl (Eastern League), Musical
National Athletic Club.
Tho bis football games on the docket
tor today somewhat overshadow tho
usual list of sporting events over tho
1 whole country. In the Uast tho I'rlnce-
ton-Yale, Pcnn-Dartmouth nnd Hnr-varci-Brown
games hold the centre.
, -while the? Cornell-Michigan fray In the
" "VVeat la the most tolkcd-of feature of the
football day. As usual, there will be an
almost unending list of athletic events In
Philadelphia today, Including football,
basketball, boxing, cross-country run
ning1, racing, golf, soccer, hockey, shoots,
dog showa and several events of minor
Dartmouth's 31-21 victory over the Ponn
team last season has greatly Increased
the Interest In this afternoon's contest
between these same teams on Franklin
Field. The Big Green eleven from Han
over Is a decided favorite In the betting,
both because of her splendid showing In
all the games this season, except tho
Princeton battle, and because Penn has
proved to be woefully weal: In most de
partments of play.
Tale and Princeton will go Into the
same today In the Tigers' lair on almost
equal terms, so far as the "dope" Is con-
,eemea. There is a great aeaj 01 unuw.
f-en the result of the contest, because
backers of the Blue and tnose oi me
Orange and Black are equally con
fident of victory. Princeton's weak at
tack In all the games played to date In
dicates that it the Tiger Is returned a
winner it will be either through extremo
sood fortune or because Yale is much
waaVar than is Renerally supposed.
The intersectlonal fracas between Cor
nell and Michigan is apt to be an ex
ceedingly interesting one from every
.i..,inninr rvirnell hns been coming for-
We -ward by leaps and bounds, offensively
and defensively, juicnigan imomni on
done brilliant work since her defeat at
the hands of Syracuse. The Wolverines
ahowlnr against Harvard and their over
cowering defeat of Penn last week have
roade them the favorites In today's game.
However, It Is certain that Coach Al
Bharpe has been teaching his charges
how to best meet the varied attack of
A. i.i.i..nrf,n. if thev are able to
1 prevent the Yostmen from successfully
E V"" " , j j l.l.rol nausea.
working tne lorwnru .-.- r --
they have an excellent chance for vic
tory. NATIONAL CUP GAMES.
Inasmuch as the first round games of
the National Cup competition are sched-..-j
.,,, tnr th soccer teams, the
Allied American Football Association has
only five division games for this after
Son. Viscose will entertain West Phlla
SelpJii at Marcus Hook. William Hinds
being referee. Putnam will travel to
Bethlehem to see what It can do with
tha Steel Workers, and George Young
will referee. Kensington will try to re
neat last year's performance by heating
tu- w.ii. The latter game will be
played at Washington Park. Kth street
lad Allegheny avenue, with Ed Waldron
u referee, and should prove a good at.
fratolon, Peabody won Its first round
ujjiia by forfeit from Irish Americans,
rf Wilmington, who have disbanded. Vlo
7 ..,. Tii.inn ara to Dlay on the Diss-
to Club grounds, and James Wilder
"DrS in the allied first division
are o wU matched that there la liable
to be difference of only three points In
th utanding of the first seven clubs after
th two games aoneumeu ., '"J'-
Thta Is a remarkable state of affairs
a local "" oomr-3llljn Twenty-
thre 8W have been PlVtd ,..
B4va have resuinni " :"- .
r'awveo. In one-goal viotones. wimo uur
r " " y" n wnn hv two-iroal vle-
tatriM; therefore, only seven games have
HI ZT LZ hv three iroals or more. In all
: divisions, up to date. 989 players
' aartlclpated in league games, as
men were nitwu '"r '
irlH Y. M U has used 39 men up
to date; 39 goals have bna scored, the
ham tn having scored MB.
TM University of Pennsylvania soeeer
t.a . m Cambridge today and U ready
rTjunra ih crimuR at the British
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TEAMS IN HOT
FIGHT FOR PLAGE
Jasper Five and De Neri,
Tied for Second, Will
Meet Tonight at Musical
The Jasper llvo will travel to Musical
Fund llnl!. Sth nnd Locust streets, to
night, where It meets the De Nerl quin
tet In mi cndcaor to break the tie for
The Camden team, which leads the
league, will go to Reading tonight to play
tho Pretzels, and will endeavor to keep
out In front. So far'tho Skecters have
won three straight games, and will give
tho Reading five a good run for tho con
tests Playing n extra ne minutes, tho Grej stock
Ave. of the Knstern Ilnsketbnll I-nRiie. won
from Trenton b) a scoro of t to 27.
r.a n.G a.
tVIUnn fnmnrrt 1 It O
Sucerman. forwanl 3 0
rashman. centre -
Cross, guard 3
MctVllllams, guard o
Totals , '
Hough, forwanl -
Franckle. forward o
Detzlnger. centre ......... O 0
Qeir. guard I o
Kane, guard "
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jasper 2 1 .t07 Trenton 1
Jasper at De Nerl.
Camden at Heading.
LAST NIGHTS RESULTS.
Greystoek, 31, Trenton, 27.
a. o. o. A.ris.
Fogarty. De Nerl. forward. . .1 10 333 fl rjl
Wll-nn nreiatock. for'd & I'd 4 4 42 2 .'ill
Houjh, Trenton, forward.... 4
Sears, Heading, guard....... 3
Adams, Camden, forward... I
Kummer. Jasper, forward.. . 3
Kane. Trenton, guard....... 4
Sugerroan, Greystock. forw d 4
Dolln, Camden, centre a
llrown, Camden, guard ... 3
rroas. Greystock. for'd & cen.
Getxlnger, Trenton, centre 4
Kteele. Camden, forward . 3
.12 4 4H
39 1 47
17 7 41
2lt 2 40
0 O II
4 2 24
0 3 22
O 3 22
O 3 1H
11 1 17
Cashman, Greystock, for-
ward and centre .... 4
Newman, De Nerl, guard . 3
Klnkalde. De Nerl. guard . 3
tllorrls, Heading, guard .. .1
Cavanaugh Jasper, centre. 3
Haggerty, neadlng. centre. J
Eckhardt. Jasper, guard. . 3
v,.ffar.M Jainer. forward 3
Park, De Nerl, forward... 3
Kennan. De Nerl, centre. , 3
llrady, Jasper, guard ..... .1
Iteggs, Meadlnr. forward... 3
Herron Camden, guard. ... 3
Oelg. Trenton, guard 3
and centra . 3
Cooper. Trenton, guard.... -Franckle,
Trenton, forward 4
Frost, Trenton, forward... 1
1111 ion, Greystock, centre . 1
BokkIo, Reading, forward,, i
CLUB TOINTS TO DATE
Greystock ..... 4
Da Nerl ...... 3
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SHOTS FOR THE BASKET.
Jimmy Kane leads the league on field goals,
having 17, and also Is away baead of ths
Week-end Events Are Planned Dur
ing Winter Months.
The cross-country running season is with us.
t irena now w uwv m m &; .i.7
ry Saturday during the winter period. The
ntor orus-couBtnr hanipinljlp Is the first
Uif wul ba a met nrty
4t,nlai- Arau&try ftMaiDIoasmD Is I
nr decided an the program and It will be
followed by the. race of the Frank ford Avends
Twenty-one Individual, two-team and one time.
oris will b fjvai in this raea. Botflsa far
this raw should ta ml at wm to Hur V.
ra shouft bajjad. a t
.ill Hi e.t,n for Ul Brat two DMj
Tlw annual raa of tb Mercury AtUlte Club
.jit .akA nlau Vo,aiutwr SB Til leata
ckamplosulup race will follow tt Mercury
riSBts Dcoinbr tb annual nM ot
thTtiauthwark Catholic Club la ch,lttls.L Ms-
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T'.Tr.nmr.T? Ttti T.AnTCT.PTTTA. WATTTRDAY. NOVEMBER
FEATURE OF TODAY'S
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IT'S HARD TO GET TWO GOOD NINES
ANOTHER MEET PROMISED
ATvWEST BRANCH Y. M. C. A.
December 5 Next Dnte First Meet
The second Indoor track and Held meet tit
tho West llrnnch Y. M. C. A. will 1 held
Saturday night, December 5. In the gym
nasium ot tho Mil street Institution
Tho drat meet, held last night, proed to bo
a great success, as about HO men were In togs.
IM J H McDonagh was the all-around point
winner with J. I,. Drccncmln second, and H
Hell, third. llreJiiemln won the high Jump
with r good leap of 5 feet 2 Inches A. I.ev
nurrrlfd tho knowing ones by getting first
In the 12-pound shot put. Ills mark was 3D
feet. The running eents were held on tho
27 lap-to-the-mllo track. Tho CO was a
one lap race.
The summary follows
cn.nrd dashM .T. B McDonagh, first: It.
Hell, second: J. C.llllam, It Itocap and J. U
llrerhemtn tied for third. Time, 8 seconds
Standing broad Jump M J. H McDonagh,
first, J I., rtrechcmln. second, i: V Selxes.
third, nnd II V Shalrer and P. Waldman
tied for fourth. Distance of winner 0 teet 0
SSO-jard run (I3'n laps)M. J n McDonagh.
first. J. Holln. scrond; H. Dell third, nnd P.
Conway, fourth. Time. 2 mlnutos 20 seconds.
Running high Jump J I, Ilrechemln. tlrst;
H. r Shalrer. second: R. Dell, third, nnd U.
V Selxes. fourth. Height, f feet 2 Inches.
12-pound shotput A I.i)j. nrst, J I,.
Rrrrhemln second, J. Gilliam, third and M.
J. II, McDonagh fourth. Distance, 3T feet.
Ton Indhldual point scores follow M. .'
n MeDonagh, 10, J I Drecheinln, 12. H
I11I. 7, A. Levy. B, H. L Shalrer. 3V4, J.
Gllllem, 3, E V Selxes. 3, I. Holln. 3. F
Conway, 1, It. Jtocap, 1, and P. ANaldman, V
LEHIGH EAGER FOR "GO
WITH VILLANOVA ELEVEN
Brown and White Season Is Ended
With Today's Game.
SOUTH BETHLEHEM. Pa , Nov 14 -Lehigh
will close Us home football season today
with Vlllamna. This game with lbs Main
Liners the llrown nnd White looks upon aa
one of the hardest of the season Coach "Tom"
Keady has spent the past week keying the men
up to the highest pitch Seieral men. notably
Sawtelle. Hoban and Struggs. showed signs
following the Penn Stato game of oertraln
Ing. and they have been rested all week, but
will be played todaj. despite tho original In
tntlon of using substitutes
MUHLENBERG READY FOR
GAME WITH LEBANON
Philadelphia Boys May Help in To
AlLENTOWN. Pa.. -Nov. 11 In the ab
sence of Coach McCaa, his assistant, Jo
seph Morrison, yesterday gave the Muh
lenberg football equad Its final practice
before the game with Lebanon Valley
here. There was a let-up from the hard
scrimmage earlier this week, and the
principal exercise was punting and a sig
nal drill. In the kicking the star actor
was Lawrence Caskey, formerly of North
east Manual, son ot the principal of the
M. Hall Stanton School, Philadelphia.
BIG TIME EXPECTED
AT GAME AT EASTON
Lafayette and Albright to Battle for
EASTON. Pa . Nov 14 A number of things
tend to placo the odds on Albright In the gam
today against Lafayette The first Is that lien
rer. the mainstay and tha All-American back
flell man of the visitors, Is going to play to
dav for the first tlmo since he was Injured
two months ago. thereby adding to the strength
of the team L'U P'r "" Another reason In
that Kelles, Lafaettes famous punter and
fullback. Is on the alck list, together with (He
of his teammates, aid lastly Hartman, var
sity left end, has been unable to practice all
Cat- OA TV
Touring Car with Btian Top.
Roailttr with Coup Top, Hits
F. O. B. Detroit
336 N. Broad St
Belt Phone Siirue 9S
JJroad and Tioga St.
BH Phpoe Tl .
KMlpe Pbo Park MM A.
G. G. Brownlee, Mgr,
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UUA&NT THAT A
230 Yard:. 1410 TARDA
Yale's big football bowl Is an example of
what can be done If tho proposition Is properly
pushed. Thero Is far moro need of n etadlum In
Philadelphia than there Is at llttlo New Haen,
jet In that small college town this monument
to athletics haj been erected, halnK a renting
capacity of I1I.0OU persons. As tlicro were
more than 72,000 applications for scats to the
Tnle-Hanard game a capacity crowd will be
present, or at least tickets will be sold for
eery Beat, which In turn means that the pro
ceeds of that ono game alone will bo nt least
1100,000. The major portion of that goes to
Yalej hence It Is easy to see that the bowl
will pay for itself In an exceedingly short
time This samo thing could be accomplished
In our own city If some ono were willing to
back the proposition, but thero seems to bo a
lack of "punch" among thoso who could do It.
It would take no longer to pay for a, stadium
hero than It would In New Ha,en, for tho
reason that thoro aro ecnts In Philadelphia
going on nine months In tho year which would
be held there, thus ghlng the mm who put
up the money for tho stadium a chonco npt
only to get It back quickly, but to mako a big
Today there ara considerably moro "T
Princeton than "Ullnd Tigers" Thl
.M.a ! ,... anf lirA MAllIri llAVA DCen
a glaring lack of moisture per capita had It
not rained all day on the date when Hanard
played the Orange and Ulack.
This morning hundreds ot autos went through
Trenton on their way to Princeton. The samo
thing happened recently when the Uo wen
basketball tiam met tho Skeelers, except tho
cago men were not Princeton bound.
"Larnev" Lltchensteln, manager for
"Jimmy'' Clabby, who claims the middleweight
championship, wants 110 ootl guarantee for ms
man to meet "MlkoT Gibbons at Mndlion
Square Garden. Matchmaker Jltnmi" John
son offered Clabbi'a manager 17000, but
Lltchensteln boosted the oner by JUiw.
The new English lightweight boser, "Kid"
Lewis, mado a Aery faorati!e Impression in
his Initial appearanco in this count r . He
easily outpointed "Phil" Hloom. of Ilrookbn,
In a 10-round affair In Madison Square Garden.
Lewie Is another speed marvel, but failed to
Impress tho experts that ho was the equal or
"Jem" Drlscoll. The latter was all ease snd
grace, while Lewis at times becomes er
careless, and awlnga like a slugger, thereby
ghlng his opponent a chanco tor an opening.
The passing of boxing In California, as a
result of tho recent election, should .be .the
means of Improving the qunlly of tho houts
In Now York. California lias been the Mecca
for all championship contests because .t'Aufon
ties were of 20 rounds duration and a decision
New'or"can. will ha. 10-round affair, but
the purses offered there are o small that the
champions will prerer to come to ""
game will Improve because the promoters will
try to outdraw each other by the class of
matches put before the loers of the sport.
ENTRY TIME EXPIRES TODAY
rntrles for the Junior cross-country cham
pionships of the Middle Atlantic Association of
Fh Amateur Athletic Iln on of America close
ISday with Charles W Datnbrldge. Jr. 21 Vest
penn street, Uermantown.
Alexander Drops One
L08 ANGELAS Cal . Nov 14 -Thy Amerl
ran 1-eaguo All-Btars won. 4 to 3. from tha
NMIonaUhere yesterday Good's fast fielding
was a feature
HAVRE DE GRACE
Six Races Dally Including a, Stake Race and
a Steeplechase ,
Special Trains: Penna. R 11.. leave Broad
St.. 12.31 p. m , West Phlla., IS. 38 p, m.: B.
and O. R. St., Ieae 15:4S p m
Admission. Grandstand and Paddock, 1.80.
t rii it no
FIRST RACE. 2:50 r.
The All-Winter Car
You've probahly noticed that the
Hup Is one car that Is seldom laid
up for the winter, saya Mr. G, Q,
During; the coming- winter I predict
you'll see more Hups than ever
used right through from flrt
snowfall to first buttercups,
The detachable sedan and coupe tops
for the new touring oar and road,
ster will bring about this increase
In winter driving,
Best things pf the kind you ever saw.
Especially designed for the Hup.
built strongly and substantially la
the Hup factory.
Give you all the advantages $f the
permanent enclosed car spra
pletely weather-tight, and hand
aQftialy finished inside.
And the best thing of all ia that in
tho spring, when you want per
air driving again, take K the wt
ter Up, store it away ad fit ths
Plastically two oars 1st - great
bjr feature tfeat ia tta&teg p, jw
Ui aptVMl to HMt tall IfWera,
SPORTS - SHOOTS - RACTSSCHEglgD
eTTenstP.! Am RKjMT
& k.a-v.-M ifTiV m
CRACK RUNNERS READY
FOR WORD TO START
Field of Eighty Is Entered In Phllo
eighty of the best athletes In the Mid
dle Atlantic Association will compcto In
the first annual scratch Marathon ever
given by tho Phllopatrlan Club over a
sevcn-nnd-one-half-mllp cour'c. The con
test will start at 3 o'clock from the City
Line, and tho runners will traverse York
rood to llrond street and thence south
on Broad street to 1411 Arch street, where
they will finish.
BOUTS AT KENSINGTON
Amateur Boxers Give Clever Exhibi
tions in the Ring.
With n scries of bonis in which several
sturd) battlers of the northeastern scctlop of
tho city troe for pugilistic honors. lending
up to an exiltlng wind-up between Mlko How
ell and Hughej O'Nell, two joungstors In tho
1311-pound class, nt the end of which the for
mer was tho winner, the regular weekly ama
teur boxing tournament was held last night
at tho Kensington Athletic Club.
10"-pound preliminaries Joo Hilton refused
to fight Tommy Gorman, and tho latter won
by default. . .. ,
110-pound semifinals Young lljan won from
Jimmy Ketchel at the termination of an extra
two-mlnuto round; Jack Mccormick was stop
ptd In the second round by Tommy rtyan.
115-pound semifinals Young Harney Will
lams won from Illlly Wagner In three rounds.
Jimmy Walsh defeated Johnny Duffy In one
120-pound preliminaries riddle Kelly defeated
rranklo Cost In two rounds
110-pound final Mike Howell won from
Hughey O'Nell In four two-minute rounds.
Big Event Will Be Held on Thanks
giving at Belmont Track.
Molorc)Cle enthusiasts of this city and
lclnlty will be entertained with some high
class motorcycle racing on Thanksgiving Dav
at tho Ilclmont mile track at Narberth, when
flo nmateur races and an open professional
event will bo staged b a local organization.
The meet la eald to bo sanctioned by the
h A. M., and It will probably bo tho magnet
for attracting many new riders Into tho racing
Yale Rules Favorite
pniNCKTON. N. J, No II rootball held
the lentro of attention here last night, and to
day's anmal struggle with tho i:ils Is the
one subject of comersitlon, with alumni pour
ing lntu town on eery train The skies are
clear and tlitre Is mery Indication ot fair
weather this afternoon. In spite of a stiff
breeze from the southwest Yale rules a
favorite In the betting last night, at 3 to 3,
with plenty of Princeton money In sight
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Fights Dougherty Other
"Jack" McGulKnn has kept up his rcpu
tntlon for first-class shows by offering;
one of the best cards eer presented to
the sport-loving public nt tonight's show
at the National Athletic Club. In the
final bout "Young" Ahearn, of Now York,
will be pitted against Leo Houck, of Lan
caster, Pa. Houck Is credited with being
the hardest hitting middleweight now be
fore the public. Ahearn has Juat returned
from the war zone of Europe, where ho
was to have met Georges Carpcntler, The
program for tonight Is as follows:
Main bout Iao Honck, I-ancaster, t.
"Young" Ahearn, Now York.
Scrnlwlnd-up "nil Mlskle. St. Paul. xs.
"Jlmnij" Dougherty, Philadelphia,
Third bout ' Johnn" Mcnlj, Sotithwark, s.
"Pranklo" White, Soulhwark.
Hixond bout lerrj Martin, Philadelphia, s.
Ilnm tlrcli Pittsburgh
Klrst bout "Charlie" Mack, Southwark. vs.
"Lew" i:arle, bouthwark.
Treddy" Welsli, the" lightweight chimplon
of the wtrld. Is signed up to meet "Jtmm
Duffy, of Iluffalo In a ten-round bout, to be
pulled off In that clt rext Thursday night
The bos haxo ngrecd to welsh In at l.i
pounds at the ringside
The gros receipts at tho Oljmpla A. A. last
Jlondav night were 2(.HI, ot which "ioung
Charlie" Melnirt and "Jack" Dillon each re
ceded J050, being SO per cent, of the gross re
ceipts. "Eddie" Campl. of CaUfornla. nnd "nddle"
(Morgan, the little 1'ngllsh champion, are to
meet In n ten-round bout nt the Uroadway
Sporting Club, Hrookln. tonight.
George Ashe, of this clt, Is scheduled to
meet "Tom" McCart, tho California ilght
helynelht, at the IrIns A C. Ilrookljn, to
night. They are to go ten rounds.
"Kid" Williams, tho bantamweight iham
plon, Is scheduled to rr.oet -IteMllng" I-ahn at
the Clympla A. A November :i0 .After thla
Tjattln Williams will take a trip through thu
Middle 'West, where he las some splendid
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When Dartmouth and 'Pennwlvnnla
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against Dnrlmotith,hut fPhnd over
most spectacular game Hint ha'l over
been seen on Franklin Field, tho "nni
score being 31 to 21. Knowlnff that aj
feat today will sot them far clown in
the ranking for the year, tho rennsji
vnnla men will light to tho last
One feature' of thf Plnv "tls nfl"n.?,J
Is sure to be most Interesting It w ill be
noticed In tho line-up that Dorten the
Klant Greek, has been shifted to le
cunrd Thin has been done to put .him
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Other Tcaturc Events for Spectator
at Wawaset Track.
WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 14 Directum I,
the great pacer, who today will go nftcr the
world's record on the hnlf-mllo trnck at
Wawaset Driving Park, Is In '"' h'JJ'jJ
to io against his own record of 2 O.V wntrn
Is the world's record on n half-mile tracK.
Tho lalllon was brought from Kirk wood
ami m "llo" od to walk tho entire dlslnnce
Thero will bo seven events on the program to
bo gli en tomorrow, 'n addition to DIrtum I
there will be an exhibition mile bv Prooklyn
Hal I tho fast hor.e belonjlng to C. A. Lip
plncott, of this cltv
Michigan Well Prepaied
lcmalned until this morning
Brown Teom In Cambridge
CVMIIlUDni: Ma Nov Il.-Tho Brown
Ilerslty football team which went to New
Ilaven in week nan and hold Ynlo to a II lo
core will nwillnnwl In tho Mn.llum tndav
a? in this la what the poptcra sa hut. ih
n mattef of fa. t "hero will ho no regulars In
ii, rvimson's llne-un todnv, more than half
tho .7am ha! I ""gone to Princeton to watch
Yalo and tho Tigers.
Morrison Drills Muhlenberg
M.l.HNTOWN Pa. Nov II -t'o-uh Mifn
being awav on business tho final pra-IKo ;f
the Muhlenberg squad rnr to dnv s gamo h ere
with lelmnon Val W wna In chnrge ot As
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mrtlculsr attention to flml Instruitlon. to Peto
flennlniter the ulrrm hnlfb.nl. who lias
been shirte.1 to Quarter. In hopes that his
MperienVo and st.ndlners will greatly Improve
; THE PARLOR BASEBALL
GAME, Which Made Big
T.. Ar,. Titiuphntt Pan vvnnta the Cham-
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