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8IX PLAYERS INJURED.
Eastern College Football Players Are
Now Havon, Conn. That tho now
football rulOB havo not ollmtnatcd nil
tho chances of sorlouH Injury wore
ovldoncod In Saturday's game when
Arthur H. Wright of Oakflold, N. Y.,
end of tho Wealoyan team, received
hoHoub If not fatal Injuries during n
gnmo at Mlddlotown, and tho moro or
loss 8orlous Injury to flvo other col
logo pinyors In tho onat alone.
Wright's InJurloB aro about tho head.
Ills condition is said to bo most crit
ical. In tho Trinity-Worcester Poly
genic enmo at Hartford, Fullback
Hudson, of tho former team, was
taken to tho hospital - With a broken
nnklo. Four Yalo men wore Injured
In tho Syracuso game. John Flold.
hnlf back, had his right 8houldor dlB
located and will probably be out of
tho gamo for tho season; D. M. Bo
molHlor, ond, wrenched a knee, and
r!nptnln Frotl Dnly and Quarterback
II. N. Morrltt woro cut and bruised.
HARVARD BEATS BOWDOIN.
8mothcr8 8maller School in Gamo
Which 8 hows Scoring Possibili
ties of Crimson Machine.
Cambridge Mass. Harvard defeat
ed Bowdoln at football Saturday af
ternoon by tho overwhelming score
f 32 to 0, scoring flvo touchdowns
and ono field goal. The crimson
showed ovory attrlbuto of champion
ship possibilities. The visitors were
howlod nsldo llko tenpins by tho mag
nificent Interference of Harvard. The
mon handled tho hill nervously and
therefore fumbling was freauent. Mc
Kay and Mlnot woro gluttons for
work and opened hole3 largo enough
to send a horse through. Tho crim
son .rtcpendod on lino plays and ond
runs for her gains. Harvard mndt
four successful forward pnBsos out of
TIGER8 TAKE ONE.
Princeton Mauls Stevens to the Tune
of 18 to 0.
Princeton, N, J Tho Tigers mauled
Stovons In tho opening gamo of the
football season hero Saturday, scor
ing IS to 0 against tho Institute.
Princeton walked thrqugh tho Sto
vons '.Ino and around both ends for
their score, during-tho first two quar
ters. In tho second half an entlro
now team of Tigers went In nnd
failed to score. The gnmo was not
notably open, both teams falling to
work tho forward pass successfully.
Pendleton..' Princeton's left half back,
brought tho crowd up standing when
ho ran forty yards for tho first touch
down. Score by quarters: Princeton 12, fi
0. 018. Stevens, 0, 0, 0, 0 0:
Touchdowns Wart, Pendleton, Dun
lap. Goals Bard 1, Pondleton 2.
Johnson Breaks In With Long Punt,
Lawrence, Kas. The University of
Kansas football eleven opened Us
1910 season here Saturday by defeat
ing tho team from Ottawa university,
11 to 0. On account of tho heat the
gamo wns slow In all of tho four quar
ters. Tho first touchdown for Kan
sas camo early In tho Initial quarter,
when C. Woodbury, loft half, ran
thirty yards around tho end and
Lynch pushed through tho lino for
Tho second score camo five rain
utos before tho gamo ended. John
son's fifty-yard punt rolled ovor tho
goal lino hoforo Ottawa could recover
It and Amnions, the Kansas ond, fell
on It behind the goal post.
SOUTH, DAKOTA 8TR0NG.
Gives the' Minnesota Football Team a
. Sturdy Battle.
Minneapolis, Minn. -Although Min
nesota won Saturday's game from
South Dakota by a scoro of 17 to 0,
South Dakota's, dofonslvo atreneth for
tho first half bewildered tho Mnne
IsotanB, who expected a somewhat
oasy victory. The South Dakota lino
held tho Minnesota team with sur
prising flrmncsB, and McGovern was
frequently forced to punt. Tho for
ward pass wan nttomptod several
times by both teams, Minnesota uBing
it for two big gninB.
Thackaborry and Shocks at half
and Sanborn at end. were the Btars
for South Dakota, whllo McGovorn,
Rosenwnld, Pickerings and Bromloy
did tho heavy work for Minnesota.
Tho first half ended with tho score
of 6 to 0 in favor of Minnesota. So
far tho gamo was a punting battlo
botwoon tho teams. Tho South Da-
kota line showed surprising strength.
In the third quarter McGovern
made a touchdown and Morrell kicked
a flno goal. The quarter ended with
tho score Minnesota 11, South Da
Final: Minnesota 17, South Da
Friday saw moro playa given out
nine of 'em In this batch. They were
all baaed on the forward pass. This
makes a total of twenty-threo plays
that the- MIchlganders have hud ex
plained to them and are now master
ing. Tho ten glvon out yesterday
woro all strnlght maneuvers, whllo tho
squad is also working on four forma
tions from which kicks will bo made.
Tho formations on which these plays
aro based do not differ greatly, but
the variety of the plays themselves
is remarkable. This Is tftio Yost stylo
of attack many plays from the same
formation, nnd it tends to keep the
other follow guessing.
Conklln was not working today on
account of his bad hand, resulting
from tho dislocation of a Uttlo linger
yestordny. Ho will bo with tho squad
and hard at tp grind again in a day
There la, a tromondous hubbub In
Rocky mountain football circles -because
Denvor university has a game
scheduled with tho 'Marquotto team
of Milwaukee. Tho Rojky ' Mounaln
conference schools aro about totre
fuso to ploy. Denver If sj10 Insists W
tho gamo. Tho trouble Is that Mar
quotto Is a sort of slsfcr school t;o
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neither faculty nor eligibility rules, '
or in other words, Is d professional i
Denver U says, howovor, that Mar-
quetto is good enough for It and In
tends to play. Some of tho profes
sors of tho institution woro induced
to wlro Mnrquotto managers to can
ed tho gamo. Thoro Is some moun
tain talk of throwing Denvor out of
tho conference even If It Is tho pay
lng town. For that mattor, Denvor
novor did mako much fuss about
eligibility rules and a good football
gamo was what was -. wanted. Tho
gumo In question Is schedulod for Oc
tober 15, so thoro Is plenty of tlmo
loft to fight ovor It.
Reports from tho various big east
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SPEIER& SIMON !
ol tho most serious obataclos In tho
development of this year's team will
bo tho unfamiliarlty of tho coaoulng
stars of former years with, tho now
The cnptnlnsare complaining that
tho coaches who havo bo farputln an
appearance havo paid but little atten
tion to the sweeping changes, dosplto
tho noto of warning sent out by the
rules committee. Their work lias con
sequently been a hindrance. Tho cap
tains and candidates havo maotorod
tho now rules, but the, coachos havo
ovldently proceeded on tho t!ioiry
that tho changes could bo oasily
mastered and they need not bother
A "night school" of coaching for th
coaches will probably bo established.
Sam Mahood, '10, is teaching chom
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