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DETERMINATION REPLACES CONFIDENCE IN PENN SQUAD BEFORE GAME WITH CORNELL
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Reading from left to right Walter Tally, manager,' Dixon, Tiltey, Bnrtl, Uyerson, Speed, Hoffman, Taylor, Urown, Shlverick, Mueller, captain; Anderson, Eckloy, Miller, Jowctt, Gillies, Carry, Benedict, Flsphor, Hancke, McCormlck, Van Horn, Znndcr, Sutton,
Ellcnbergcr and Kuhns, assistant manager.
CORNELL ELEVEN REALIZES THAT IT MUST
FIGHT DESPERATELY TO DEFEAT PENN ON
FRANKLIN FIELD TOMORROW AFTERNOON,
Coach AlSharpe Has Confidence in His Men Urges Big Red Team to
Remain Cool and Not Worry Before or During the Annual
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A GROUP of determlnfd.looklng youns
men passed through the lobby of Hiul
don H.ill last nlBht. stoQd around the drak
for a few moments wnndetedtotherontroom,
where they donnei! their hats and coats, and
started for the
door laeh man
seemed to be In
tlio best of health,
althouiili s o m o
had skinned nnd
"Where shall wo
Bo tonlKht?" one
"We'll take In
a movlo or take
a walk, or some
must we turn In?"
asked a third.
"An soon as we
are tired enouRh
to sleep, was the
answer. u r.
It. W. MAXWELL. Sharpc told us to
wander around as much as wo pleased so
that we would get good nnd tired before
And the members of the Cornell football
team, who will appear against Penn on
Franklin Field tomorrow, left tho hotel to
tet a whiff of the sea air. They were not
the typical college students we read about.
The Jauntlness and carefree attitudes were
missing. They were grim and silent, acting
like men about to face a seere task and
realizing tho seriousness of what they were
about to undertake To look at them one
gained the Impression that preparing for
a big football gamo was not a light. Joyous
Chased the Jinx
Doctor Sharpo, coach of tho team, the
man who chased the Jinx from Cornell three
years ago and placed the eleven on a par
with the best In the country, did not ac
company the men on their nocturnal hike.
He remained In the hotel, sitting 'way down
In a chair in the lobby, where we discovered
"What are the chances to teat Penn
Thursday?" we asked.
"I really don't know." was the frank
reply "For tho life of me I can't figure
It out. Penn has a good team this year
and, from comparative scores, should have
the edge on Cornell They have made n bet.
ter record, beating Michigan and State and
tying Dartmouth, while my team has been
beaten by Harvard and almost defeated by
the Wolverines. However, Cornell is ready
for a hard battle, and right now I wouldn't
even make a prediction.
"Don't think I nlready have conceded
Penn the game, for I haven't. My team
today is In the bost shapo of the year. Every
man on the oquad Is In wonderful physical
condition something that has been lacking
In the other games. Wo have been working
up to this game and wo are ready for It.
The players, like myself, are not burdened
with ovcrconfldenco They realize that they
must play hard to win. and ir mistakes are
made they probably will be fatal. For that
reason they will play hard and mnke few
Flashes of Form
"Cornell has shown flashes of form
throughout tho season, which proved to me
that the men know how to play high-class
football, but those flashes havo been few
and far between. In the Michigan game,
however, the team came up from behind,
overcame a big lead and finally won out
There Is lota of latent power In tho eleven,
and J hope It will show Itself on Thursday.
All I can say now is that Cornell will havei
to play better football than she has shown
thlB year to beat Penn. If that Is done, I
shall be satisfied "
Doctor Sharpe apparently Is satisfied with
the physical condition of his players and Is
working to get them prepared mentally for
the big contest The Cornell coach la a firm
believer In tho psychology of football, and
does more to prevent mental slugglshnera
than anythlnsr le- It will be remembered
that three years ago when the suad went
to the seashore to rest up for a couple of
days before the Penn game, Sharpe found
his players sitting In corners, nervously
twitching their hands and looking like a
flock of delegates to an undertakers con
vention. Cornell had been walloped regu
larly each year by Penn, and nothing could
convince the players that they were not In
for another trimming. The coach walked
over to one group of mourners and said:
"What are you fellows worrying aboutT
There's no use In doing that. Worrying
never will win a football game and I found
that out years ago, I am not at all alarmed
over the outcome ot tne game, una mn
It comes right down to facts, I have more at
stake than you. Instead of moping around
the hotel, why don't you go out and take
some fresh alrT Stay out as long a you
like and forget that you are In training.
When you eat and you see something on the
menu that looks good, order It. This Is w
outing a sort of a vacation and It Is up
to you to enjoy yourselves. If you don't
feel like retiring at midnight, stay up later,
but don't go around with your faces trail
ing pn tho ground. I am going- to take a
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walk nnd then see a show Anybody want
to go with met"
The glooms looked at each other nnd de
cided to accompany their conch. It ho
wasn't worried, why should they waste their
young lives away? Anyway, what was the
use of worrlng? If they woro trimmed,
that's all there was to It. Other toams
have lost football games before. All they
could do was to play their best and let
the future take care of itself. They saw
a show, ate some pie and things like that,
forgot nbout football, returned to the hotel
where they had a good night's sleep, went
to Philadelphia the next day and beat Penn.
Doctor Sharpe Is doing the same thing
this year. There Is no regular hour for re
tiring. The men were on tho Boardwalk
last night, some walking, some In chairs
nnd others took In nil of tho movies They
wero told to stay out ns long as they de
sired, for It was bost to sleep well than to
Ho In bed nnd worry all night. They are In
good shape mentally, which Is a aluabte
asset In football. They realize that Penn
has a good team, but they also reallzo
their own power. They know that they are
about to meet a worthy foe. whose ability
Is not underestimated.
Looking over the record of Cornell for
this year, however, It looks ns If the Itha
cans might be underestimated by the en
thusiastic Ited and Blue rooters Only one
game has been lost, and that to Harvard,
and a close game played with Michigan
After the Crimson triumph, however, the
Cornell team was ruled out of the running
for no npparent reason It was the favor
ite, but why should one defeat relegate n
good eleven to the steerage class? After
that game Cornell was not taken seriously
by nny one. which might prove to be a
hugo mistake Penn has been defeated
twice, by Swarthmore, early In the season,
and outclassed by Pittsburgh a month ago,
but these trimmings seem to have been for
gotten. It might be well to think this over
before making any rash bets.
Cornell had nine bad "breaks" In tho
Harvard game, according to Walter Lally,
manager of the team. "We lost nnd wo
are making no excuses," said I,ally. "but
the team did not piny poor football. It
showed lack of early practice, but the men
were In the game from start to finish
Kvory time we fumbled a Harvard man
got tho ball, but when they made a muff
It was recovered by ono of their own men
I also believe the men worried about the
money the Cornell men were putting upon
tho game. We were the favorites, and that
Is bad hick. There is nothing like that
before the Penn name, however, and I tako
It as a good sign.
"But there Is one thing to remember,
Cornell has a flghtlny team, a team which
will not admit defeaV Take the Michigan
same, for example. We seemed to be de
cisively beaten nt the end of tho first half,
yet we came back In the second nnd won
the game. Do you think a team like that
has no chance to win? They have all of
tho confidence In the world In themselves,
and as they overcame enormous odds once
they will do It again
"Penn has a good team, but I think It
will not be so good If It doesn't get off to
a good start. We will see that It has
trouble from beginning to end. and If fight,
aggressiveness and never-say-dle spirit count
for anything, we will be very prominent at
The players attended a blackboard lec
ture yesterday afternoon, and all of the
Penn plays were explained In detail. Then
the squad took a light workout at the Inlet
ball park. The same program was gone
through today, only the men were out on
the field at 11 o'clock this morning, the
early practlco belnir called so that the suits
could be shipped to Philadelphia thh after
noon A blackboard lecture completed the
Tomorrow the sqund will leave at 11 n. m
and nrrlve nt Franklin Field about U 30.
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OLD STARS WATCH
Presence of Veterans In
creases Confidence and
Spirit onjiyejif Battle
MATTY EXPECTS VICTORY
Hy NEUi MATHEWS
(Captain of Tnn Football Team)
As Uie I'enn eleven went through nnother
satisfactory pinctlco yesterday, next to the
Inst of the season, thn first thoucht that
went through my head was thnt I had been
three enr.i too soon cntcrliiR coIIoro We
nre Just beglnnlnit to realize that Kolwell's
R)Titcni Is working out and that Tenn Is
dertlned to regain Itn old placo In the foot
Those of ut who have one more practice
and one moro Rama must look back upon
the last two seasons ns more or less n
waste Perhaps It was ns much our fault
ns that of nny ono else, but now thnt wo
are playlnir with n team that Is Just comlnR
we wish that we had two more years of It.
Tho presence of stars of other years,
whoso deeds on tho gridiron havo been re
counted to us on the evo of blft games In
the pnst. was Iniplrlnir to the boys, nnd
they fully appreciated tho spirit shown bv
the old guard. Today there probably wilt
be even nioro old stars on hand for tho
practice, while tonlKht nt the Varsity Club
rally there will be few mlsslntr
Thli kind of spirit puts a lot ot nddl
tlonnl pep Into tho boys, nnd they nro roIok
out on Franklin Flold on Thursday to show
them that the present Tenn team Is soln
to bo Just ns successful nKiln.it the ttlmmns
an tho lonp; string- of Hed nnd Blue elevens
that toppled Cornell over for seventeen suc
cessive seasons prior to 1014
As the time for tho gamo approaches the
Penn tenm la becoming moro confident
Mono of tho men Is overconfident, ns they
realize that Shnnie has developed n team
far more powerful than Ha record would In
dicate Wo alio npprcclato that Cornell
was hnndlcaped In some ot Its earlier
games by lack of practice nnd that tho
Ithncans will bo on cdno for Penn.
Yesterday's practice was rnther stren
uous, nlthough no scrimmage was held, nnd
tho boys turned In last night thoroughly
tired out Tho signal drill was longer than
usual and many of l'ie new playa were re
hearsed Todsy there will be nnly a light
signal workout with n long drill at punting,
throwing nnd catching forward passes nnd
It Is likely that most of the men will
spend the greater part of the day on tho
golf links, ns they did yesterday. Several
challenges have been Isiued, all growing
out ot the match between Danny Hutchin
son and Dert ,Oell yesterday Tho little
quarteiback took tho stnr ot several years
ago over, 2 up nnd 1 to play, In a. match
that golfers sny was a pippin. I am' not
sure whether It was or not. ns I nm not so
well ersed, but there was enough talk
about It to make It seem exciting
Hiba Eleven Plays West Hudsons
A aorcer football R-amo At the rhitade-lphia
Ilaecball I'ark will bo t'lajed tomorrow niter
noon. Tho lllbernlana, rx-champlona of tho
local pratenilonal ranks, will Una up asalnat
tha Vreit. Hudson, or Harrison, N J. Man
ager (leoseharen may lino up the Hlha ns fol
lows Ooal. Harry (Vrionnell, fullbacks, Hurt
ney and Itrown, haUbncka. Watson, Horsey
and Jarovrllli forwards, Hill Hwarts. McCaf
frey. MeNlchel, Tom llajnor nnd Bcotty Wil
son. Th" W.st Hudsona will arrive at In, 13
m. Thn team, which won from Hay Hldire
In thn American Cup second round icame, was
aa follows' Until, Carney, fullbacks, Murray nnd
Harr, halfbacks, Smith, r.lllott nnd Mills, for
wards. Allen, llrlerley, Sclnel, Wuesl and
Team Next Saturday
The Tlronlnr Iilsrr will rmhllh nn Alt
'.astern football eleven In nil etl tlona neit
Katnrdnj-. .So attempt Mill le made to select
an AII-Amerlr-vn eleven. n It waa Impossible
lo see nnr of the western teams In action.
The r.venlns l.edcrr team will bs selected or
ROBERT W. MAXWELL
Km,I. Ititlfftp. rArtlliall nrftrlal nf national
reputation nnd one of the forrraoit critics of
ne mine. nr. .Mmweil ims seen morn irams
it nrllnn ttisn nm nlliFI- lieursunoer mill.
Iiavlnc efrjclaled In Mew Knclanii. In the
notuii nnq n inr writ as nisuiiraii. no
also his visited numeroMs other rotlesca taotl
notched the arrlnimuse orncllee. whlrli
sometimes Is more serere than the, icamej.
Follnnrrs nt football should not miss tills
nnnltsls nf the prominent piajcrs In this
section nf tlie rniintr Order a ronr nf
tho l.renlnc lilier from )our newsucnler
Scraps About Scrappers
Or I.OU19 II. JAITK
A ciulnlsl of boxer from United States battle
ships now suttoned nt laue Island will en
deavor to scutllo thn. Ilyan Club's ring- with
as many landlubbers tomorrow attsrnoon. A
mlddlswolsht match between Kddl. Ilavolr. ami
Quartermaater Smith, tf. 8. 8, Missouri, will
b ths final. Toun Morphew. U. 8.8, Ivans,
and Vouni Jack Telandt V. Kid Voss, U. B.
B. North Dakota, and wally Hlncklsi HsdI.ar
son. U. S, H. Kuusaa. and Harry Allen, nd Kid
Ansarnle, U. . S. Maine, nnd Bobby Loushray
aro principals In other bout.
Charley Simpson, the Australian who will
meet Frenklo White nt tha National Club to
morrow afternoon, la eald In b ono of the
cleverest bosara who ever Invaded Amerlrn.
Ho defeated rw KrtwarJs. thn Hngllsh llfht
welcht champion, nnd fought. groat twenty
round bout with Herb McCoy. Australian eham
plon. I.lttlo Hear, tho Indian, and Indian Hus
sill open tha show. Thn other four bouts are
nilly Kramer Jimmy O'Haseu. of Buffalo;
Jon Hirst v. I.en Rowlands, of Mllwsukss;
Johnny liar, ot rittsbursh, vs. i;ddle Morgan,
and Jimmy Iteagan, of California, v. Eddie
. Willie Jackson, a clever and also brd-punch
Inr fighter, nnd Matt Ilrock. a battler of knock
nut reputation, are principal for tha Olrmpi.
Club- wind-up tomorrow afternoon. . Brock,
In his last bout, knocked cut Kddle camp). Two
hahtsm bouta lietwesn Denny Kaufman end
Voiinsr McOovsm. nnd Joa Tuber and ToutU!
Dlggln. nil local boya. are scheduled. In the
jther numbers tailor Smiley tadklea Johnny
Maro In ., return set-tnt Jon Ohaney oppose
Krankln Qulnlan, nd Ham rtobldeau encounters
Charley Thomaa, thn louah guy. Six bouts. In
all, are on the special program.
Tsrelte thousand nntln- fans, It la estimated,
will see bouts In Philadelphia tomorrow ftr
noon at tha four cluba National. Olympl. Ityan
nd Nonr-arell Thesa club also will tac
matinee snow Christmas and Nnw Tear's Day.
Ths Nonpareil Club also will have hc bouts
as Its i attraction tomorrow night, coupled with
a. b.uV!.lL?,,'J Charley Doyl and Joe Koon.
rival Hkhmond nnd Kensington lightweight,
are booked for tho wind-up. In the other bout
italph I.rne oppeaes K. O, Sansomi Jack ite-t'loskes-
ta.kte Kddls Muffin; Loo Flynn taks
on Kddly Cayanaugh! ltoughhoma 8prl;g and
Toung Ingford meet, andi Young Mulligan
opens tho show with Chuck Lower. '"""'
A heavyweight msteh helween Homr Hmlth
and Bnndy Ferguson may b clinched hr tn
f fw . "V,' Smith., who, denies Paw Paw,
M.lch". If. "I1 h.omJl tot hll from Kalamagool
also will box In New York ehortly. H vlslui
the i me ; ropoll last vvssk and for tho nrat Umi
In hla life. he. saw tho Atlantla Ocean from Coney
retires from tho rinsr.
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