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THE SCTMNTON TRIBUNE FRI D AT MORNING, NOVEMBER
FOOT BALL GAME
PeansylvanlS Vanquishes ConcO by a
Score of 32 to 10.
THE ITHACA BOYS OUT-WEIGHTED
In Spite of Plucky a4 Stnbkora
Resistance Ther Down Before
the lnvincible"Fle Work of
Dcacham and GclberlLafayette'i
Victory at AnnapolisOther Vames
Philadelphia, Nov. 26. Pennsylvania
this afternoon defeated Cornell by a
tdgr score, but the plucky boys from
Ithaca succeeded in twice crossins the
Quaker's Koal line. Pennsylvania
scored six touch-downs for a total of
SO, and compelled Cornell to moke a
safety touch-down, making the total
score of the Pennsylvania's 32 to Cor
nell's 10. Cornell furnished Pennsyl
vania with a surprise by the fast, hard,
plucky came she played. Cornell's lirst
touch-down was due to Reacham's
magnificent running. In two runs the
Cornell captain carried the ball around
Pennsylvania's ends for a total of near
ly fifty yards, and landed It behind the
Quaker i?oal line. This was in the lirst
half, and in the second half Cornell
got the hall to Pennsylvania's -5-yard
line and carried it directly up
to and over the coal line of the red
and blue, where Hltchie scored the
touch-down on a plunge thrnUKh tin
center. Ueacham's general all-round
play and running with the ball was as
fine an exhibition of half back work
as has been seen here this year, and
to his crent playing Is mostly due the
credit of Cornell's scoring. While Cor
nell played fast and plucklly, they were
out-matched, over-wclRhted by their
heavier and stronircr adversaries, and
could offer only a stubborn but un
availing ivsistaneii to Ponnsylvanlu's
ndvnnce. Pennsylvania' style of play
bears heavily upon the opposing team,
and the Cornell players suffered se
verely. Cornell frequently had men
hurt, and before the eamo was over
hud replaced three players by substi
tutes. While Pennsylvania had a num
ber of men hurt none was compelled
to leave the field.
While Pennsylvania won rather easily
today, as was expected, the Quakers
play lacked tho tierce dash and en
ergy which it showed In the second
half of the Harvard (fame. The guards
back Interference was worked cn'ec
tivcly aralnst Cornell's line, and Gcl
bert frequently went around the Cor
nell ends fur cood cains. A crowd of
13.000 people wnn present when the two
teams camo upnii the field. The fol
lowers of Pennsylvania loat no time In
testing the capacity of their lungs, but
a small and valiant band of Ithacnns
on the stand replied to the Quakers'
cheers, and throughout the afternoon
this little contingent of Cornelllans
made their presence known by their
THE GAME OPENED.
Captain Heaehum won the toss and
took the bnll. Fennel! kicked off for
Cornell to Pennsylvania's 25-yard line.
I luring the lirst ten minutes of play
both teams played a kicking game, and
neither side had much advantage. Cap
tain Wharton, for the first time in his
life, did tho kicking nt full back for
Pennsylvania, and got his kicks off
quickly and without having one blocked
throughout the afternoon. Ho also
rather outpunted Hltchie, a few yards
on each kick. The Cornell man did
very pretty work in catching punts and
got his kicks off cleanly and quickly
from close up behind the line. Penn
sylvania gradually worked the ball up
to Cornell's 5-yard line, where I'ffen
helmer broke through and blocked a
kick of Iiitchie's. ltltehle fell upon
the ball behind his goal line for a sate
ty touchdown. Pennsylvania got the
ball on the kick off nnd bucked Cor
nell's line for forty-five yards to the
10-yard line. On a like pass Gelbert
went around the right end for a touch
down. The kick was a failure and no
goal resulted. In the first scrimmage
after this kick off Reed was badly hurt
in tackling a man and was carried
from the Held. Taylor taking his place.
After several interchanges of kicks
Cornell got the ball In the center of the
field. Aided by fine Interference
Item-ham went around Pennsylvania's
right end for thirty yards. A couple
of plunges into the line followed nnd
then Ileacham went around the left
end and avoiding the Pennsylvania
tacklers, scored a touchdown after a
20-yard run. The ball was directly In
front of the Ronl posts, but Ritchie
failed for the try at goal, the ball strik
ing the cross bar and bounding back.
Pennsylvania woke up after this, and,
gaining possession of the ball shortly
after the kick off, rushed it from the
center of the field by hard line buck
ing to Cornell's 20-yard line. Minds
then went throurrh the center for a
touchdown and Woodruff kicked the
goal. After the tick off Pennsylvania,
without losing the ball smashed
through tho center for another touch
down, Woodruff again kicking the
The hall had been In play but a few
moments when time for the first half
was called, the score standing Penn
sylvania, 18; Cornell, 4.
After ten minutes' Intermission play
was resumed. Pennsylvania tried to
work ft trick on Cornell on the kick
off. Instead of kicking the ball hard,
Woodruff booted it along the ground
and following closely tried to fall upon
it, after It had rolled twenty yards,
but a Cornell man was ahead of him.
After one down Ritchie punted to the
center of the field. Morlce could make
no gain and on the second down the
ball was passed to him again. Morlce
made a gorgeous fumble and Beacham
snatched up the ball and rushed to
Pennsylvania's goal with a clear Held.
Peacham had covered twenty ynrds
with Minds close at his heels before
the Quaker full back caught him and
threw him viciously on Penna's thirty
yard line. Cornell could not advance
and Ritchie punted to Minds on Penna's
one-yard line. Taussig was on top of
Minds almost as soon as he caught the
ball and hurled him across the goal
line. The Quaker full back, however,
before falling had called "down" and
so saved a safety. Pennsylvania took
the ball and bucked through Cornell's
line for thirty vards from tholr own
1-yard line. Cornell got the ball on a
punt and Beacham made another fine
run for thirtv yards around Pennsyl
vania's left end to Pennsylvania's 45
yard line. Cornell could not advance
and punted to Pennsylvania's 2o-yard
line. Pennsylvania fumbled on the
first down and Cornell got tho ball
on Pennsylvania's 25-yard line. Ritchie
and McKeever bucked the left side of
the line for fifteen yards. Reaeham
bucked the left side also for nine yards
and was onlv downed when one yard
from Pennsylvania's goal. On the next
down Ritchie was pushed over for a
touch-down. Ritchie easily kicked the
goal, making Cornell' score 10.
THE FINAL STRUGGLE.
An exchange of kicks followed the
kick off and then Pennsylvania got the
ball in the middle of the Held, and. by
a series of hard, fierce rushes, carried
tip to Cornell's goal, where Woodruff
went over for a touchdown. Woodruff
failed at his try at goal. The next
touchdown made by Pennsylvania was
from a fumble punt by Ritchie on Cor
nell's 2-yard line. Boyle falling upon
the ball for a touchdown. Woodruff
kicked the goal. As soon as Pennsyl
vania regained possession of the ball
from the kick off they again carried It
tip the field by hard line bucking, and
fjffenhelmer made another touchdown
and the last one scored. 'Woodruff
failed again at his try for goal. Put a
few minutes more of play after this
remained, and when time was called
Pennsylvania had possession of the ball
on Cornell's 30-yard line. With today's
game the foot ball season of 1SS6 for
Pennsylvania and Cornell closes.
Tonight the two teams attended the
theater and the students of Pennsyl
vania are celebrating upon the streets
In true collegiate style.
The line up follows:
Cornell. Positions. Penna.
Tracy (Lee) left end Boyle
White tFitch).lcft tackle. .Uffenheimer
Reed (Taylor).. .left guard... Woodruff
Fennell center Overtield
Clark right guard. Wharton (Capt)
Sweetland right tackle Farrar
Tausig right end Dickson
Bastard quarterback Weeks
McKeever ....left half back ...Gelbert
Beacham (Capt). right half back
Ritchie full back Minds
Touchdowns Gelbert, Minds, Uffen
heimer 2, Woodruff, Boyle, Beacham
and Ritchie. Safety touchdown Rit
Oliie. Goals from touchdowns Wood
ruff 3. Ritchie. Failed at goals
Woodruff 2, Ritchie. . Injured Reed,
White and Tracy. Referee Mills,
Yale. Umpire Uashiul Lehigh. Lines
man Congdon. of Dartmouth. Time
BROWNS DEFEAT RED MEN.
Eighteen Thousand Spectators at tbe
New York Game.
New York, Nov. 26. Eighteen thou
sand persons taw the eleven of Brown
university defeat the plucky Indians
from the Carlisle school at Manhattan
field this afternoon, the final score be
ing: Brown, 24; Carlisle Indians, 12.
As usual, the greater bulk of the
crowd preferred to witness the game
without going through the formality of
paying for admission, but the 6.000 who
bought tickets were amply repaid by
one of the fastest nnd most exciting
games ever seen on the gridiron In this
city. Brown's victory, which was
rather a surprise, was mainly due to
the magnillcent playing of Gammons
and Fultx. It was In the second half
that tho two half backs made sensa
tional runs which won the game. Gam
monB was the tlrst to score in tho last
half with a grand run of eighty yards,
In which he walked clean away from
Cayou, the speedy Indian half. Fultz
ran sixty ynrds for the next score, and
the final touchdown was tho result uf
a beautifully concerted run, in which
Colby Interfered for Gammons, enab
ling the latter to pass Metoxen and
score aftor a 65-yrtrd sprint. It was the
first time during the season that the In
dians had such fast scoring backs op
posed to them, nnd the red skins were
completely outclassed when it came to
While Brown's eleven was about the
lightest that the Indians have met this
year, the red skins suffered severely In
the way of Injuries. On the opening
play of the game Hudson was hurt and
had to be taken off while Miller, Sche
lnfo, Cayou and McFarland also hnd
to retire from Injuries. Brown played
a beautifully clean and scientific game
nnd Captain Colby's action in al
lowing Hudson to come in again on the
second half was very sportsmanlike.
While the game wns by no means a
gentle one the utmost good feeling pre
vailed, except on a couple of occasions
when It was apparent that continued
contact with his white brethren In
their "great war game" had somewhat
deadened the red man's stoclsm and
taught him what slugging meant. A
feature of the Indians play was the
cool, strong nnd well timed kicking of
Captain Bcmis rierce. He outpunted
Hall and made good gains on every
attempt. The red skins fought heroic
ally to tho end and the crowd, who
were enthusiastically in favor of the
"natives" cheered them heartily. The
Brown. Positions. Carlisle.
Murphy left end Rogers
Casey left tackle H. Pierce
Wheeler left guard Wheelock
Dyer center Lone Wolf
Coombs right guard. .13. Pierce (
Coombs., right guard. .(Cap.) B. Pierce
Locke right tackle Printup
and Chase right end and Smith
(Cap) Colby. .quarter hnek Hudson
Gammons left half back Cayou Mitchell
Fulti right half back. ..Jemison
Hall. ...full back. .McFarland, Metoxen
Score: Brown, 24; Carlisle, 12.
Touchdowns Fultz, 2; Cayou. 2. Goals
from touch-downs Fultz, 4; B. Pierce.
Time Two 30-inlnute halves. Referee
"Pa" Corbln. of Yale. Umpire A. H.
Sttllmnn, of Yale. Linesman-Thompson,
Carlisle; Hopkins, Brown. At
Eastonitrs Easily Defeat the Naval
Cadets at Annapolis.
Annapolis, Md Nov. 26. The Naval
Cadets were defeated today by Lafa
yette by a score of 18 t" C. In the
second half the visitors worked a sort
of leap frog trick on the young com
modores. Huberly mounted the back
uf one. of his colleagues and while the
remaining players surged about them,
advanced the ball by successive Jumps
over their heads and shoulders. Herr
once and Barcley twice made touch
downs for Lafayette. Rinehart kicked
the goals. Powell scored a touch-down.
McCarthy kicked goal for the middles.
The line-up follows:
Naval Cadets. Positions. Lafayette.
Shea right end Spear
Landls right tackle. Wledenmayer
Fischer right guard ....Rinehart
Tardy . certer Jones
Halligan left guard Rowland
Graham left tackle Gates
McCarthy left end Herr
Asserson quarter back Best
Powell right half back Huberly
Richardson... left half back.... Barclay
Henderson full back Bray
OTHER GAMES PLAYED.
Brown, 24; Carlisle Indians, 12.
At Chicago Boston Athletic associa
tion, 6; Chicago Athletic association, 12.
At Evanstown, III Northwestern
University, 6; University of Wiscon
At Baltimore Maryland Athletic as
sociation. 0; Lehigh, 26.
At York. Pa. Dickinson college to
day defeated the local Young Men's
Chrlstlnn association team 10 to 0.
At Chicago University of Chicago, 7;
University of Michigan, 6.
CORNELL LOSES A RACE.
The Pennsylvania Sprinters Too
Rapid for the Ithaca Team.
Philadelphia, Nov. 26. The annual
five-mile cross country team race be
tween Pennsylvania and Cornell was
run this afternoon, Pennsylvania won,
scoring 24 points to 12 for Cornell. Cor
nell won tho race last year and Penn
sylvania won the year before. Cor
nell was represented by Davison, Tor
rance, Schryver and Barrett, and Penn
sylvania by Orton. the champion mile
runner; Grant, Moehllng and Coates.
The race was decided on points, the
tlrst man in counting eight, and bo on
down to one aoint for the hint man.
The race was run Just before the start
of the Cornell-Pennsylvania foot ball
game. The men started nt 1.36 p. m..
from between the goal posts of the fool
bnll field. Their course was across the
field, through the gates and then across
country two miles and a half and back
to the starting point. Orton and Grunt.
of Pennsylvania led almost the entire
way. Orton appeared returning Just ns
the foot ball team came on the field.
Ho was running easily, with Grant
close behind him. Orton crosspd the
finish line at 2.07.12. nis time for five
miles being :u minutes and 12 seconds.
Grant was 25 yards behind Orton.
Davison was the first Cornell man to
appear. He was alone and crossed the
finish line one minute after Orton. A
half minute later . Coates Jogged in
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their own troubles oc
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They huve no confidence in them
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backache, " blues," distaste for society,
sounds in ears, palpitation, emacia
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Mrs. Vannatta, 3827 N. Broad St.,
alone. A half minute behind Coates,
Mechllng and Torrance came upon the
field abreast. As the two men appeared
tho Pennsylvania!! in tho stand
cheered the wearer of the red nnd blue
to greater efforts, and the members of
the two foot ball teams formed a pas
sage and urzed their fellow colleage
lans on. Hechllng spurted and crossed
the line ten yards ahead of Torrance,
falling exhausted as he did so. Schry
ver and Barrett came in together Just
three minutes after Orton. Orton and
Grant scored 15 points for Pennsyl
vania between them; Davison, 6 for
Cornell, Coates, G for Pennsylvania;
Mechllng, 4 for Pennsylvania, and Tor
rance, Sehriver and Barrett, 3, 2 and 1
respectively for Cornell, a total of 24
for Pennsylvania and 12 for Cornell.
Cornell fully expected to win today's
race, and was bitterly disappointed at
the result. '
To satisfy a debt of only $160 Berks
county's sheriff seized the little church
By lot Mcnnonltc9 at Lancaster chose
Pan ford Landls, a young farmer, to be
Furmers took back many of the tur
keys they hnd brought to Reading, as
the supply exceeded the demand.
Easton public school children gave
$138.'.i6 as a Thanksgiving penny dona
tion to the children's ward In the hos
pital. The Lehigh and Wllkes-Barre Coal
company has paid out about $13,000,
largely In gold, at collieries near Hazle
ton this month.
An unknown man's body with circu
lars of Cocur de Lion commandery, No.
17, Scranton, In his pockets, was found
In Fishing Creek, near Bloomsburg.
Two hundred Sepoy troops mutinied
nnd looted the shops at Rawal Plndl,
The king of Servla, It Is reported. Is
to wed Princess Alexandra, grand
tlniichtpr of Queen Victoria.
Steward Treal, of the White Star
steamer Majestic, Jumped overboard
during the eastward voyage and was
The English government will ask par
liament early In 1897 for a credit of
several million dollars extra to
strengthen the army service.
Armed Russian marines have been
landed at Seoul, the capital of Korea,
to protect the king from being kid
naped from the Russian legation.
The formal election of Richt Rev.
Frederick Temple as nrchblshop of Can
terbury and primate of All England
was observed by the chapter house,
of Canterbury, with the seventeenth
Dr. R D. Robblns, of Lynn, Mass..
has shot the biggest bull moose ever
found In Maine.
Rev. Jnmcs Mlll?r, of Springfield,
111., whose body was found In an alley
in Decatur, is said to have taken Ins
The Ftriklng pressmen on the Chica
go (111.) Evening Journal have returned
to work on the conditions that hereto
An asphnltum mine, nt Price. Utah,
was exploded by combustion or gas and
dust, killing Charles Anderson anu An
An effort Is being made nt Indian
apolis. Ind., by the friends of ex-I'resl-dent
Harrison to secure his election to
the United States senate.
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THIEF HID BEHIND A SOFA.
AWelUKnowa Ex-Convict Arretted
Conshohocken, Pa.. Nov. IS. The
thief who, as a pretending boarder,
looted the room of Miss Lizzie Ray,
at her mother's boarding house, at Elm
and Forrest streets, last Friday and got
Jewelry, etc., worth 1150. has been cap
tured. He Is Edward Mission, of Ken
sington, Philadelphia, and is now In
Montgomery county Jail, unable to fur
nish the 11,000 ball required.
Lizzie's brother, James B. Ray, who
Is a Jeweler, and her uncle. James
Buck, of Philadelphia, immediately set
about after tbe robbery to run down
the thief. On Sunday they fount, his
photograph In Detective Miller's office
in Philadelphia, affixed to which was
his name. Edward Mission, and the
statement that he was a boarding house
thief and ex-convict. A special officer
in Germantown had arrested Mission
for a Job there. He had previously
victimized a half dozen or more board
ing houses in Philadelphia. He was ar
rested hiding behind tho sofa 'In the
parlor of his Kensington home.
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stamps for an outfit at once. Address A. D.
WORTHIKUTON CO., Hartford. Conn.
WANTED LIVE PEOPLE IN EVERY
locality at 918 weekly salary and ex-
Pens to toko orders for Christmas (4nods.
ermsnent employment if right. MANUFAC
TURER, P. O. Box 6308. Boston. Mas.
ANTED GENERAL) AGENTS IN EV
erv county; also lady canTamers; some
thing now; sure sailer; apply quick. J. C
HILBEBT, HI Adam avonue, Scranton, Pa.
GENTS WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO
do about Safe Citizenshlp-priee SI. Go
ing by thousand Address, NICHOLS,
AGENT8-TO BELL OUR PRACTICAL
clod, silver, nickel ana copper electro
plasters: prices from S3 upward: salary and
expense paid; outfit free. Address, with
stamp, MICHIGAN MFG CO,, Chicago.
AGENTS TO SELL GIG ARS TO DEALERS;
tSS weekly and expenses: experlonce un
necessary. CONSOLIDATED MFG CO.. iS
Van Buren St., Chicago,
ALESMAN TO CARRY SIDE LINE; 25
per cent, rommihaion: sample book mailed
free. Address L. N CO.. station L, New
T OST-ON SPRUCE STREET. BETWEEN
XJ Hotel Jermyn and Adams avenue, a rer
sian lamb collar. Fiuder will be rewarded by
returning to Hotel Jermyn
IOST-WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, A
J bunch of keys. Finder please leave at
CHIROPODIST AND MANICURE.
' mills cured without the least pain or
drawing blood Consultation and ad Tiro given
free. E. M. UETSEL, Chiropodist. it Lack,
awnnna avenue. Ladles attended at tbolr
residence If desired. Charges modorate.
AB. BRIGGS CLEANS PRIVY VAULTS
and cess pools; no odor; improved
pumps used. A, BRIUOB, Proprietor.
Leave orders 1100 North Main avenue, or
Erckes' drug store, corner Adams and Mula
berry. Telephone 4536.
Opposite Wyoming Housa
LSITIIATIOV WiVTHlBV iM WDf Dr
O enced grocery clerk; is strictly temperate.
nunuum, i-su give reiereuce. Auuress Ju
Y. Z.. Tribune oflice.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERI-
can woman as housekeeper; can give good
reference. Address U. J., 118 Grant avonue.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNG
man of Rood address; if married and
would like any kind of mercantile, or offica
work. Addross J. o, B.. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED A8 BOOKKEEPER
or clerical work of any kind, by young
man with refcrenc.-; salary no object Ada
res O. J. M., Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNU
woman nt gouerul housowork: can Bivo
good references. Address E., Tribune office.
WANTED POSITION IN DRUG STORE
by registered Q. A. ; over yeara' experi
ence; no bad hblts; No. 1 reference. Ad
dross ERNEST UROSS, Wyoming, Pa.
MIDDLE AOED LADY WISHES TO MAKE
engagement f or nursing; terms, $8 per
week; references given. Address NURSE,
Tribune office.' ,
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
- man as a lxjttlor: 5 years' experience; un
derstands soda fountains. Address E. A. M..
SITUATION WANTED BY A YOUNO
lady at general housework. M. W,
THOMA8. lian Lafayette street.
SITUATION WANTED BY AN AMERI
can widow, as housekeeper. Can give
good refcrouces. Address. Si, L., Tribunt)
ITUATION WANTED BY AGOODGER
man girl to do general housework. Oil
SITUATION WANTED BY A WIDOW AS
housekeeper in small family; can give
good references. C. G 1349 N. Wyoming ave.
WANTED SITUATION BY A COLORED
man aa fireman; 18 years' experience
and good reference from last employer. Ad
dress FIREMAN, 3.10 Dix court.
SITUATION WANTED - WASHING,
ironing or cleaning. MRS. KEY WOOD.
Fairfield Park, Scranton, Pa.
IADY BOOKKEEPER WANTS A SITL'A.
J tion; good rofereaco. Address aid, post
SITUATION WANTED BY A OOOD USE
ful fireman on the small engine and boil
er: would like to work; 4 yearaT experience.
Address J. U. Bartb, Lock, Bos 840, Wilkes