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File Description:Lockheed L-1011 TriStar Trans World Airlines, with 7 variations, utilizing the freeware L-1011 model by Thomas Ruth/Eric Cantu. Specialized installation instructions are included with this readme. Base model and paint kit by Thomas Ruth/Eric Cantu, repaint by Michael Pearson.
File Description:Repaint of the Just Flight L-1011 Tristar. This aircraft was delivered new to TWA on August 9th 1975. Three years later it went to Delta Air Lines where it operated for two years. In 1980 it returned to TWA and remained in service for the next 15 years before completing its last flight in 1995. The aircraft was broken up 6 years later. This was the only TriStar to wear the final Trans World livery.
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File Description:This is an updated V-One gauge for Captain Sim CS L1011 v1.3The following changes are in this version release:1. V-One code optimized to FSX xml.2. Sounds are played using Captain Sim's sound module.3. All voice recordings have been re-recorded.4. Maneuvering speed display corrected to match L-1011 alpha control for flaps-up.5. Sounds for call-outs call be toggled on-off.6. Current trim displays Captain Sim's trim value (trim value does not match visual trim wheel).7. Decision Height Set Knob (Captain's side) controls 'Minimums' call-out.List of features: Approximately 40 sounds integrated into gauge. Take-off V-Speeds calculated for Flaps 10, 18 or 22. Take-off command speed automatically set for V2 + 15. Maneuvering speed displayed for flap selected. Optimum altitude and optimum EPR (EPR calc for M.84) continually calculated. Take-off trim calculated for current gross weight. Current Altitude, EPR, Speed (knts), Flaps and Trim displays via toggle. Display units can be toggled between LB and KG (default LB). Re-settable flight timer. Re-settable fuel use. Selectable Vref landing configurations, Vref33 (default) or Vref42. ZFW, Fuel, CG, Gross Weight and Barometric Pressure MSL (QNH) displayed.
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File Description:A handy tutorial for those wishing to fly the excellent CaptainSim L1011-1 in a manner akin to the real thing. Covers a flight from London Heathrow to Madrid Barajas with lots of images and checklist items to understand the Lockheed way.
File Description:Spreadsheet that calculates fuel requirements for the Captain Sim L1011 (Pax Version) and also advises on amount of fuel required in each of the 4 fuel tanks on the L1011. Spreadsheet will calculate in LBS or Kgs. Spreadsheet will likely work on the L1011 Freighter model but has not been tested.
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BSSSH!!!?yvi i-n-j.i?"rTH-E-ST-. LOCIS-BEPUBLIC:: SUNDAY. OOTLOBEB. 30. 1904?PUGILISMWillie Fiizgciald1A0INGPretension Won Feature Event1FOOTBALLTexas University Won FromVIIBeached the City in -Beadiness for Bout Sat Delmar, Making Four -Victoriesfor McLaughlin.A JWashington Christian " ,Brothers'' Beat' Lombard:"?BI.... .. - , ,.- r- ; .tiri.&1E-9jh. ?.2-& iI:v.?cfe&few&viPTjf.wiSti.mM'LAUGHLIH AWF(Tat OivHl's Jockey Duplicated HisFeat of Previous .Dayat Belmar.PRETENSION GOT ' FEATURE.Imported Gelding Scored in Principal Bace of the Day Ingol-.'thrift Led All the Wayin Sixth."jacWey AfcLaughlln, who on Friday alt-ernoon rode four winners, duplicated bisfeat again yesterday afternoon, riding thefirst. four winners'on the card.His tint mount was on June Collins,who was backed from S to 1 to 4 to 1 andiron easily. In the second race, be wasCm Eleanor Howard, a 6-to-l shot, whoVon by a half a length. In the third racelie rode Anadarco at 4 to 1. who won bya nose. In the fourth, he rode his .employer's horse. Pretension, the favorite,who won by a head.The feature race of the day was a mileand one-sixteenth handicap. In which sixRood horses went to the post, with P.M. CirM's imported gelding. Pretension,the favorite at 2 to 1.Aden was second choice at 12'to S. Footllght's Favorite broke well and led for.thefirst quarter, with Aden second -and Pretension third. Before they had gone another eighth. Aden had passed ' Footllght'sand opened upv a gap of a couple "oflengths on his field, while Footllght's wasa length In front of Pretension. .They ranIn" this order for a quarter of a, mile, when"Pretension passed Footllght's Favoriteand set sail foi the leader. By the time thestretch was reached. Pretension was onlya neck behind the tiring Aden, and was.fast closing. . . ' .At Use, last eighth .pole, Aden, wasthrough, and Pretension went to the front.Footllght's slipped In on 'the rail as they- turned into the stretch, saved ground andwas fast closing on Pretension before Mclaughlin, who rode the latter, saw thefilly coming. McLaughlin had to ridehard to stall off the strong challenge, otthe Oay mare, but he lasted long enough,to win by a head. Mainspring. aStol.shot, with only SS pounds on his back, gotthird place by a nose "from MafaMarCOLLINS HEA.VIL.T BACKED.June Collins was the good thing In the'first' race and was heavily " backed." Shebroke In second position and'was rated asmall distance In front-to the head of thestretch, where she drew away and woneasily by three length. Jennie Hugheswas second and Flori. third. . .Subador was the hot thing In the sec-"ond race, being heavily played at shortodds. He broke well in motion and openedup a gap of four lengths on his field ina quarter of a mile. In "the stretch hehad a" lead of three lengths on his field,but bis Jockey went unnecessarily widewith him and let Eleanor Howard sl"in on the rail and beat him to the Wire.by half a length. Laura.Huntor was thirdonly half a length back..Anadarco, Taby Tosa's full brother.' won the third race by a nose from TheEye, with Cash'er third. The Eye wasODE)UR WINNERSheavily backed in xne race, ana naa nc'won the ring would have got' a severescorching. " ,., Tom Manklns won an easy victory In. 'the. fifth race from One More and SweetNote. Manklns laid behind One More to"the stretch, where he came on and wonIn u romp. Sweet Note and Mint Bed hada hard fight for the "show money, the"former getting, the decision, by a, bead.Crime was the 'favorite -in the race, but'finished a bod-fifth. t ,Ingolthrlft..at 2 to 1. won the sixth racefrom Lasso and Ivernlarlhgolthrift openedtip a big gap on hH field In the early' stagesof the race and galioped'down the'stretch, winning, "under wrap by 'three' . lengths. Lasso was a length in front ofi Iverola for the place.Sambo. Pat Clvill's oia horse, was Inthis race, and after running a bad last., was claimed by J. L. Shannon, owner ofMartin, for 140O. . ,Amberlta won the last race frorn FrankRica and Bengal.' After winning. Amberita was run up to $700 Jby 1. S. Bratton, and her owner let her go.taONDATS DEtMAIt ENTRIES.Tim race. on and one-sixteenth mile, S-tUar-clds and up- sH'ir'g. a:joo 1'Doctor Kler.los1034 Pierce J. V3087 Madoc "-MO 'AlwaysFaithful .ISO Sweet Note .. "SMs3 -William F. II.111034 tnl W1032 Blrd-oort 1041044 Klnmtelle ... 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The feature, the MetropolltanHandlcapr at, a 'mile and. a, half was,won by Flying Torpedo,'; the. rank -outsiderIn the betting, who led from start to fin'. JaJiSaaieTwas second and NeverUch.thefavorite. was third. Royal Legend, EdCK "ir "favorites: ' s " ...i?w.-. " Judge Trevelyan announced to-day that.Ifv VTEL rtSrVvWn iaid" bThV hSfPi5 iiiirfll-f irtAmtm that. "BCountnln afferdli. rr-w rTfti-MH-i Sim tn'imll Trroilan on Oe-!"''-. -".'.- .,.- k, t -aSpLs "-JOexey jaicnaew ana uotri.ii-ii&-r!VSflS,1BO D3T5 cecn HWKTluiliniNva lurES v -a-week, wepe-restored to good standing.EiSrftr jWeather aear; xracs: Msts;tMmniaiTJvraaid eiiehalf tforlonnr 1m-si i- w,n e mw. Ohf Min hi" " !r ri rvrv .r.r. --zar-1l.rS0 l i'weconaz jvruiwwiw imwi4 to V.1BM.. TiBie.-.i3n.vMyiuem.laA van. . -- -TL. . J-&nea,areasd one-half frloea-RoTlto L third. Tlwe, J3TH--B3c.t;MM Tail Ml JT ITT TlsflMm-ssVksss-s (ksskfk " . v!s-ii iJL.S35? sfiajT? 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Time. 1:14. .Back Number. DoctorRoberts. Resseric. Llllle Bllllntsley. Charmel.Pettljobn. Great .Moral, lady Idris and uickinalso ran. 'ISRAELITE'S SOUTHOLD H-DICAF.Agile, m Two-Year-OU. Waa SeeondDtReuke, FaToflte Third. ,NewTorW, Oct. 29. Israelite, at'4 to 1 inthe betting, won the Southold Handicap,a' mile and a sixteenth at Jatnaica to-day,defeating a fair field. Agile, a 2-year-oldand.'paylng 8 to 5 forthe place,, was second,rand De Resxke, 'the fayorlte, third.De Resrkp and Orthodox were coupled tinthe betting.Th .tart wfl h) .flnH HrthodOY CUt OUtthe pace to the far turn,' where Israelitewent to the-front and-won-bytwo lengths.The Cutchoguc Handicap, for 2-year-n.fi? ie.i -rtinn In ft nrivlnc: finish by Ua-mark, a 12-to-l shot, who beat Oiorifler ahrid. The-favorlte. Augur. Djea ana safern pulled him up. LFirst raee.""slx"furloni Monet. 114 (Gannon).J to-2.jwon:JewtTork 1(B (Phllllin). 7 to Lsecond: Ascension. . 12C iHIIdrbrand) 4 to 1.third. Time. 1:12 2 t. Blucher and Escutcheonalso ran. - -Second raee.-oBe mle-and seventy vards. sellInr lord Bad;e.-102(Crtmmln). 4 to 5. won:ThbUe Heather. 5S (W. Datls). 11 to D. seeond:Toole, it (Hildrbrand) s 8 ,to 1. third. Time.1:45. Homestead and Hydrasea also ran.Third race, the CutchoMie Handicap, six furlonjrs Gamara.1 ,104 MIIiIIIIds. 12 to 1. won:Oiorifler. 125 (Gannon). Tito',1. second: Dandelion. 194.fRVDavtlrt.--lS to-5-i third. Time. 1-12.Pasadena. Austin Allen Merrv Lark and Ql-nEcho -abTn. Amrur bledrFourth race." the iHoathnld Handicap, onemile and a alxteenth-Israellte.'92 (Chlldlnx). 4to I won; Aclle. S5 (Crimmlns). 9 to 2. second;De Resske. 10 (Shaw). 12 to 10 third Time.1M42-5.. Orthodox. Ormonde's Rurht and HlahChancellor also ran. De Rerske and Orthodoxcounled.Firm race. one mile and a.farlonsv selllnzOravlna. 103 (IIiIIIIds). l(ito't.'won: Kamtor.10 -(Gannon).. 9 to 5-second: Daisy Green, n(Cochran). ItoL third. Time "1-S4 2-S. Mid-xhlsman. ITince.Chlnx. Arachue. Briarthorpe-ana- n atenora auo ran. t ,Rlxth.race flve end a half furlonxs Oxfordilit (Martin).: c.to. s.won:'Supreme Court. 109(3aiun). 11 to 1. second: Courier.', 12 (0Nell).'32-to-i: third. Time.' 1-07 4-5.. Yorkshire UsdHrestljee: IJxht Note". Master of , Craft. BlackFrlnce.-MetropoIe.-Kassll Eccentrical.Sait'andPepper. Gold Fleur anil; Red Fox also ran.GOLD EXAMEL'TVOS PTLLED 7P. :t ' . F - -1 T -?Took Cfcleaisto .Kldsre Hapdleap 'fbVTSr'. TerJOIdii 'FromM osite. j ifChIcaio,vO-t:3.Gold'Enamel. who -was,but' a neck' behlni'l van. the Terrible twodays ago when "the world's record for rixfurlongs was tied'! at -the Worth track,won. thef Chicago' Ridger Handicap to-dayeasily,, beat'lnVMonte and Doctor -Leggol-A-heavy plunge wastnade'on Jigger-Inthe first-race,-the' horse-being-backed from7 to lto I to 3 to 1. Weather cold. Trackfast. i.";. : 1 : - - - .First race, one mile Jlcser, 110 (Treubel), 3to l.'wonr-BaTd-of'AVOli.-nS (TDominlck).-15 to1. -second; Mexxo. MS (Johnson).-2 to '1.-third.Time. 1:42 -.&.' Vlslo,' Rabunta and Marshals eaalso ran; - - z ' rSecond: race. lx.Turlonjr CoL Ruppert'lU(TrenbeJ). to S. wonr Pancreatls.i lus (HofTmanK 3 to-1,- second; Scotch Irish. 100 (Kor-bert-3to,.l. (bird.. Time. .1:14 3-5. -Platoon.Loclstena. Fllcht. Broadway -Girl and Kentonat-o ran.xniracan Go!I race, one ,mlle. Chicago Judge Handl-01a tiiameu 113 (uominicK). s 10 -6. won;Monte.. 112 (Romanelll). S.to Tu-seooiur- Dr. ia.go, (Hoffman) - to 2, tMrd. -Time, 1:41 3-5.Flaxman, . Matadon -Michael Byrnes. PalmTree and BUr Beaeh.also ran.Fourth race., oae and one-sixteenth mileRankin. S3 (Aubochon). S-to-S. won; Four-LeafC jo (Jenkins), s. to 1. second; Ananias. 102(Reed). I to 3, third.. Time, 1:472-5.. 'LadjJocelyn, Ahoia and Hulah also ran. -Fifth, race, slx.furlonr- Nannle-Hodre. St(Lajon). 10 to 1. won: Posnr. in (Reed), 20 -to1. ad:'MaTor Johnwin, 107. (Mclntyre). S to1. third. Time.. 2:13. Rut k.. Don Domo. Coxnomen.'Chamblee Golden. Rule. Ciaar Lighterand Sincerity, Belle alo ran. ,.Sixth race, one and one-balf.roUe Soortlc, M(Jenkins). to, 5 won; Charlie Miller,-, C(Hoffman). to li second: Lltti: akin. 94 (Lan-non;, 10 0, tnira. Time, zsai-x saure,Tracy. Paramount. Sunny Shore. Lachaperoo,Waddell and Eac-ntral also ran."FftISCs7Tb!,ri8V COR-JELl" O.4 . . . .Ithaem "Varsity Flays Right Vp to the. Ticera ' tSaa'dard.Ithaca, N..T-. Oct.-"3i Princeton. wonto-day's football same from Cornell.Score; lJto 6. The vletprs.were forced. toworkr their hardest to make gains, beingoutclassed "by "Comeir In many, stages ofthe game, especially In the first part ofthe contest. ' " ""Cornell's men showed ability to advancethe- ball" consistently, and Birmingham didwell In the punting, nearly always sending the ball more than '.forty yards, andlosing nothing in exchanges with Tooker.On several occasions the ends failed toget 'beyond the line of clay, before theman who fielded the ount had started -backwith the ball, and. most of the tacklingin open field' was done by other membersof. the .team. , .Captain Lynah did splendid work in thisline, and also was a mainstay to.secondary defence beftire he was compelled toretire In the second half. 'The Cornell back field? composed of Halllday. at fullback. and.Rlce and Birmingham at halves., plaved as one man, andgained every time thev struck Princeton'sdefenseUne.- The Princeton ends, Crawford and Tooker. were- rather. weak on thedefensive, and many .runs were madearound each of Ihera. but- they got downunder punts well, and" with hardly an exchange were on the man as soon as hecaught, It, Tookers cunts were more effective than Birmingham's. Rltter andCaptain Foulke at halves, and Jlulon Miller at fullback.' did good work In advancing the ball for Princeton. ,Rlfter; especially .was able to skirt corners effectually. Princeton also callon herline .to carry the ball hv 'bucking, andCooney.- Stanard and" Short pushed andsquirmed throuch the Cornell line frequently for 'gains 'of from three to fifteenjards. ....VEAT3I-f HIGH BEATEf.Srrnb Tesm of Wea.tera MilitaryAradeasr VIetsm Wy lieere of O to O.-The -Yeattnan'HIgh School." footballeleven of St. Louls'suffercd defeat at thehands' of the''scruh"" team of Westernllllftiry Academy In 'tipper- Alton: Theteams were evenly-matched and put up asplendid game. On account of time, onlytm-rnlnute halves were played- the gameerdlng. to 0 In.tayor of W. JI. JL. jThe "scrubs" were selected from asquad of twenty-five -cadets, several ofwhom play on thejirst.tcam of.W. M. A.. tne. ine-up, follows : . - rW..M. A. . Position. TPosition. Teatroan H. S.AdamsHorlesLannortSy.McNeil.:.....Decker.....ColenvmMetham.....Mclntyre...:Barnfcart....Way land.....Rhrht end.RoeseUeberstHn...KaydockStein....Halting. .Jtlakt taok'e..'...RIeht' guard....,..,Center.-...T.Left isuard :...'.x.....Le(t end......'A .OtiaTter tnPk.jvelson.......C. Sarlor....Rlrbt half back...N. Sayior.t'ft halt back Relnert...FoU-hacar..-: - ' RihliameisSubstitutes for .1'tmsa Le.wald..Vaus:hanand Stocke.- Referee Wilson; Umnlre Wells.lineman Hall. -Tl-oe Tenand ttn minutes.- - " . V . i il.f . i- .PALACK-TEXPI-S.LEAGIE.-.. Staadiasr at ike.CIitksTeams. ' - - -,4-W.- 1V Tct. Hra' Av?Lottmanetts ..:j..,i.,.; ' 1 ' .73)?' 912 , 851j-niciyiuua ...... ..r..js' s i,i Slv taornlonodas--.r..:.'...,..8- 4- .7I -943 '850Roeedalea ,.S.-;..f..:i;g .4 -.7t ; 8i4Palaces ." .'.";-....'., '4, ..t77-8S8 829Ideals;. 7....... ..'.J.?.?, ' s -2rM 806Jewelers -.TV.-7.r..7... 8T tr JM "sst..Tsl1Lttrrrs-..'.--.7.'"7' ".4Tr914l 82SWnen-Fhotos- ::zrr W-1W 825 782Kern's colts.f -THIS -WJEBrPB SCHEDULE. lfd- : ' - HiaavTENfEK.-!, ' f- ;A.T J. .Schotl. 'lJt; "L:.Jrnest'''l4.'xM. Kern.---Mc(lown;ibrX''AaKtnav Wj 1MOraesamck:. l:-rlklttk. 177:GM '. Kaiser.JTtrfJeors.WOo l";,a-Euisci.'17S.- j, 1' ?.V Ji TTiirrmiil"' la-3Pet..7ttUUtmaaot.TU'...'pVi-Jl -ft8rrji .-" .J .oxiona-....,...;..-'.':v6 ftM.2;jr' t"...... ".'..I, a3t-.TllT'.SZ 775V?-n'TIvn,?iI'tRBC0HDS-' y 'H WavmgeAl'SclioII. JTJ X ,Hick srenia. tare cameVM.- KTern.905.LAWztsjees ..M...,.r s rgrs55rr.-2..r....r.. - 12 f-.j J89- TH1 WBtBCg 'CHssBgLfcg-V'tfW CdlBflV-VlS -JBHIiriUH: S 1I jtsds.V-ifu T W v MHl HI i n TJtriUm'm I "SrgyjaK'r'aSi'-TVgyer-' gg jg!-"wiasiiism'isv.77tr"iai.a.i-v--'i---"irM?:l"r"''r:tJ Jt"",ij-i'-i"iiiTHE ,REPUBUC;SDA1LY-. , ,... .. . - . . 1- ,Delmar Race Track' Oct.. 29 Weather'clear:Mt)f - - 1 . ' ....vj Flpt. race. 2-ear-olds and up. purseHORSES ANDJOCKETS.Ind.IWL S.--,aw. 1 2 1.10s 3100JOT103 3105 -11105 1100 9100 .7100 4IK 10102 12"-MlIJune iColllpe., McLauch2ndlnoIKS'jcnnie ttccne. Loague...M27,1021MOW1002sinnr ioqmer..r..:.,liibtsi-L .Williams....Fltzbrlllar. SederHirer., Clark .i...'.-...i. -Shd hd2hdl 2"4Ihd S'f 7Sf 0"(4' 6.410' ll'II" M12 12"31Ilannuet. Toune ....low -Pepper Dick. Connellr.,i-ji" 1 aeuuia. j. uonway...MS Laura UelI.rDlckson...10K Corecn. A. Hall93 iLedabelle. Post ...'..... 'Pulled up.Start fair. Won-easllyr second ridden out. Winner: Mrs. E.- McQueen's b. r. ). byDarbln Leucosla. Collins was rated a short distance In front to the stretch, where he ilrewoway. ard won cblnx away. Jennie Hushes Just lasted lonff enourh to ret the place fromFlort. who closed strongi Fltzbrlllar ault. Show betting-Collins. 4 to 5; Hushes, 3 to 2:Flori. 1 to L "1 - ..--. Jlme-S5v &). .1:15, 1321.. , ,lUfrv -Second" raie' nurse' US), selllnr. nve and one-half furloncs. net J2S5:I . HOilSIiSvA'ND : II BettingInd. JOCKEYS. ' WC 8. "A t H t M. S. F. OpenlClos Pi.IC23 IKleanor Howard; - "McLaujthlln' 105 3 !4 2hd 14 -532 Suladnn Post ...." 110 S ll 1' 24 8-3 9-5 9-1010i7 Laura Hunter. Loague. '110 I 54 4hd 3no G 5 21M7 Htiwlme Dervish.L Williams 105 7 ,10 f ( 9-2 9 2 2(994) Ladv Churchill.' EmWer. 105 2 34 24 54 S S 33017 King's Charm. 'McMull 1 9' T. It 10 4M7 D'Arcy.' McGee 105 9 4 P V 40 40 20101 MaJ Carpenter. Seder.. 100 12 12 9' 8 S I 3100O Thlabe -connell 105 11 ! 7'4 10 9' 15 13 (980 Matt Wadlelch. Lee.... 100 1 21 .: .54 ' 17 13101S PllcTlmiGtrl. Clark.'.... 100 4 t4 M 50 SO 20994 St Winlfrlde Tbomer. 103 10 11' .r. 12- '12 10 10 .48tart"good Won driving: second same .Winner: J 8 nratton's h m. (7). by FonsoGrenadine. Howard was 'best ridden., slipped in on the rail at the head of the stretch andwas going away at' the end. Subador hari.a.world or speed, but tired, and might bate v. onhad his JockeyZktpt.hlm on the rail .Laura. Hunter Just did rwiei out Dervish for the showmoney. Show betting Howard, even: Subador. 2 to 5: Hunter, even.Time UK.:484. I. -03. l9i.1041. marao. 2-J ear-olds.purse 8400.. M HORSES JIND . . - I I I I ,l Bt!n ,Ind. JOCKETS.' Wt. S. "H 4-4 M. i 3.. I J. Open. Close PI.IfH Anadarco. MeLaughlin. W0 4 ' VA 2hdl 2'4 lno, r4 "4 8-5100 The-Eye:.McMulIen,...-. 182 2 14 "'41 ."- IS VW 5 4 7-5(1022) Cashier. Lee :'..... 103 1 , 6' 4'4' I 34 2nd 7 21C24 Junaie'Imp "-Dickson... 108 3 4'4 V 1 44 4 1 6-2 14-5 11012 St. Flour.'C Dals..-.. 103 6 , 34 5hdl 5'4 6hdl 10 15 S1022 Tartan. .Gullett . 103 8 74 3hdl 74 hd 20 30 121022 SandiBita;;Eniblen-!.. 103 - 2hd 7" S" 7 8 15 41022 Dromlo. 'TouniT-..: '103 ". l 9 I , 8' t 7 8 3(9nt) Korea.-Ortfntb IPS 7. 'Ehd 2hd' I? 9 9 14 7 3Start-fair. VWpn In hard drive: second handily teat others.' Winner: a" B. Burnett's br.r. (2). by l Premier Gray Bess. McLaughlin on Anadarco ontflnlshed McMuUen. which wontha race.-- The Eye mlcht have won wlth-boya reversed. Cashier JUst lasted lonr enousji to,save third, place.. Show betting Anadarco. 4 to eThe'Eye, 4 to 5: cashier, een.Time 3Sl-c;S)t,-l-OJ. 13HJ.-1042. r .t . e .Fourth-race, handicap, mile'HORSES -AND -...JOCjCETSr I4U !TilInd.,WL. (looaiimo Pretension. -McLau4-I1iWJi PKnoiiignts 'Favorite.: x (Dickson ...:..'.WS) IMainrprlng.- Clark(lOTnlMafaldar J. -Conway...lf.ll Flora-WlltouehbyT Lee.(lE3))lA.len. McMuUens1'"Btart good.- Won drtien out: seeori'l p-l'- Winner: P. M. Clvill's b. r.1 (3) by Orl-flamme-VanHy.Pretension was best, but swer.ed badlr under punishment and FootllsbtFavorite all.butlcauicht him at'the3wlre..ine latter ran a eood. gamo race; under goodhandling. fMalnrpring- ctosedatrongand- lust nipped Mafalda for the show money at the wire.Aden quit badly 'Show betting Imp. pretension, out: Favorite. 2 to1 5: Mainspring, 3'to 4.)Tlmr-:254."504.-l:H4. 1:424.. 1:44. 'lUW- ' Fifth' race. DUrse 8400. selllnr lvear-olds and tn. sir and nnethalf furlnnn-"I 'HORSES .-ANDI.-I-, ..jqc-CEXS.Ind.-1938- Tom Uanklnt.-.McMuIl102S One More.-Lee1018. Sweet Jfcte' J. Conwaylimn Mint Ilea.; ju wiuiams.1028 Crime. 'McLaughlin ...1114 BaxgerlyfEmblennoa) Always Falthmi. DlckaW lUClg.-L.ISXa '....Start rood. 3Von easily: second driven j)ut- Winner; T. A. Gay'. Ox's'b. c. (3). by'DeXaarro-El.Poco. Manklns let One More run bis head oft", In. front, then came on and wonwithourar effort. ' More ret a fast pace. 'but tired and Note would have been second ln-a fewmore Jfamps- Shpw,betttng Manklns. 7 to.10; More.' even: Note,' 3 to 1.' Tlmei-SUi.'liUS. 1:23., iffflA'A-V t-' ' V.ww', .sixth racei DUrse 1400. 3-year-oldSiand up sellimr.' mile- and seventv vard.-I 'HORSESAND . - . - .1 . - BetttSgt -Ind.' I .JOCKETS. Wt. JB - w'" "k M. S. - F. Open.qosel PL1081- IngoKbrrfr.jJ'. "ConH-ay. 100 1 ' l 1" 1 i ""is i" 9-5 1 M1030 Lasso. W. Blake....... in I 2' 2 , 3 z, 2 . . 10 10J 41013 jIvenjlK. tTqungj 103 2 .'34 4 2bd . 24 3 15 20 1 81018 ISam Craig. Lee 103 8 .T 7 (hd 5nd 4'W 4 9--2 3-31019 Mrs Manners.-C.-DavU 105 5 , 4Ai 2nd 4l s4. 5hd 30 30 10(1020) Marllo. L. WUUanrs.... 10T 7. Shd 5'4 14 4H V 7 5 21020 iMIndora. Emblen 103! 4 ; - S 8tid 7" 7hd , 7"i; 15 201018 ISambot'McLauchlln ... 104 t 8 'I 8 St I- 8 9-5 124 11 Inroldsby AdaleH. rwinner'was pounds theNtart wrtan.. vaMt ralloQlnr'.seeonA hBRAlr.easea up. iasnjns.srama oest.wi me way.Show letting Ingolthrirt. outr. Lasso., 8.to"5;Time-i4.:4: 1:14. l:42.'.l:4t.1145Seventh race. curse 8400. 3-year-oldsHORSES ANDnd. I1028 U. 'JOCKETS..WtS.'.U.1028 (Amberlta. 'Perslncer90'99ST-9'9840499'99441037 IFrank Rice. J. Conway1012 BenraL 1- Williams(1032)lGeorKe Vivian. W.RIake4"27'9.8,2iui4JKineieii. connen7m18M jsSo'nd' Mkter'Embten,.:lwi ioan nvniuu .....r1(07 Itmbodenr McLamrhltn92hd!.Start rood won easilygowan Miss Baker. Too tthe iront when- ready and was going away- at theTlMit. lno far for Rental- Vivian closed atronr.Bencal-t-out.; - - -- - - .-Tlme-'a54.HiLlMlX'i." .RTZGERALDANXIOU.St a 'fight' McClelland.Brsoklyw-Llsrnt-TV'ellght, Fresh FromHis Recent Victory Over Rmssell)Waats to Meet Pittsburg- Man.Showing no signs of his recent battlewith Bob-Itussell at' Philadelphia, WillieFitzgerald reached the city-yesterday, andmade a tour of the'sportlng headquarters7Johnny llegan accompanying him. on hisJaunt. ( tFitzzcrald look's" in the best of tjr'-'.'Tid-ft-IIJflBrrZGEaiAIJ), : JThe ,Ughl-w,"'Igh)jiba3;er, who, fought BobRussell oft England at Philadelphia lastweek. He'VwllI-meet- some Jmgrij.off hisown.welghtatLa-local club'sbortly. - "states that)he is' ready to fight, at. a. moment's notice. Xlthbugh'he 'li .virtuallymaft-hea'wyhFAndyf Dalyr for7a 'bnttfej'atManlan'siBark. there. Is.some'talk:of sulAstltutlngL hlm.as,an.opponent for Jack-McClelland atUhe West End Club next Thurs-day'eve'nfai.7 Ll ' ' TFitiefald,andSIcClelland,ha.ve met ibe.foretheboutywlHng V vlctoryf oc Jackon a'foul4Bti"e VoTenUiund. .Fitsgerald.said 7y'ee'rdaysithit Jack. had:poljed.,hishand down wTi'llc'bIocldngTa.ibuTif,' .tlrdsrecnga''pctftom;wrt"llit'a)thiirV,re8jfcm ofitheis-omiij.fc " rr'- -Pltzgerad.excited.consjderable.attenUoTi'In PhIl.rlelnhlaJm- Msr fleht:wlthBob.Rns-'seilv .tne'iarnt-wejgnicnminjiron or-cig-etnBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ"lsQRKr9abHBBBr4''r;sssssssBK2iilSiasBII'rsss?sssssssssssssssssssKdlprS"-- sss':sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssKrfX!!t-(frm.s.......BBstlitssSlMlrftfasssssssssssssssssssssssssKliI -'-issssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBfl'lr,'SsssssssssssBssssssstisISalssiMassssssssss'asssssssssllLaKWrPssssssRSiitasssrlUSssflHsWlEiPBSsE IbsssssssssSbBbbSPlssssC vssssssssHssssssalSBflElcykBBBBBH-'ftaBBBSanBBBBBBBBBUv jje a li. t .VRACING FORM CHARTtrack fait.2200. tix and one-half furlongs:II BettlneS. F. OpenJClose" 1I Jli t 94' 4 34 10 12V 44 9-2 t24 5' 4 E-2 6-2& C 10 15P 7 40 60P IP 20 30V V t10 W 30 2011" 11 30 M40 60'M.ihdl...2no( ..4hdl...S-53521L (20122122020sis furloncs:andtone-slzteenth ' r' "4 'M.S " 2nolBettlneOpencioselPI.4-51IhdV V V 48 ' S 8S 4'4 4' ,444hd t' " E .". 5"24 1'4 m. ..;.... ink2 I 43no 2)4' I i6nol 8" I 11-5-2 t1212-5 I 9-10. . BettingWt. S. v I 4' li M. S. F, Open Close104 1 214 ri .T77T77 v iT i 7100 4 1" V 1 24 4 SJ00 3 2nd 4 4'4 3hd 15 20102 7 f 4 ' .".... . P 45, 8 8100 6 . t4 5hd 54 . 54 2 9-599 1 ;(' 84..- t?i P, 7 8100 6 -8 8 3 7; 8.8100 2? P 7hdl ". I I 7 3 40 802-22837-103220best, ran his Held 'diary In stx.furlontJ..wmntmrvrnnw r yt oiwn.rL r. .. -i. . t vMjrerma ran her race and had no excuses:Ivemla. 3 to L'and up. selling, mile and three-slxteenthsrJBettlng "M..F. (Open:Closel PLS4M57"3'94-i-18J-S2'W3hdjPi!S"894'5474J9second same. Winner- w n irt..wrr . . .i? iS."?."-1-.m..i" turn for th.'s". Ambertti wVnto'end. Bice closed sirons- and riiT mJ rti,iRhnw iV.iJTS?i.2:.Knr. 'L "" " ". .huH nwKiiu, a ID a. Hie X rn 7fS.?i aind hls PPearancein the PhiladelP wiii r.cus'S. """mil' interest. 'mS?il,estJites that the Briton Da "- hard""$ -a,t i,ose ran?e anl " fast to are-SS,,h.iefEn w".n,nl! Wt hind:-,i.i? t bf? Qat "uIck i lth the leftSlihhrS,?e "?t t.h,n,r ,au?ht '" he En!gllsh boxing schools." he said, "and I had?hneibItis,ppJ,8,- Ineyerknewthat a man from the other side of. thethVt fWiSi.qUTTe 1 qulc on his-feet asnf th iiT .e nas a " knowledgeS. wohS'.I5. 1Jom En-"""!. uid I thinkAW?.,d,be daneoi3 In any company."h.n ni? deflnItf arrangements haveBeen made. It Is. probable that Fitzgeraldr.fi0n "fn-i'-McClelland. He will?5l V, his ma.".ir h,"'ve. until he known11 T.hc!lJ'iti?e Malon's Park CTub. osSWeStorgantiai,Ionl' pIedwd t0 ,he SUthJohnny Regan stated yesterday that hehad received an offer to fight Jem Bowkeff "!. En"IaKl "cl that he was now negotiating with a London club for thematch Bowker Is talking of coming tothis city later In the year and the fightmay take place here.niGH "LOSES TO SHTRTM3FF, 13 TOSuperior Team Work Wins for Alton Team.REPUBLIC STECIAI.' ,Alton. TO.. Oct. 29, Tlie.Shurtleff College 'football team defeated the St. LouisHigh School team, at Sportsman Park herethis afternoon by the score of 1! 'to 0.A .touchdown was made 'in each half..The first touchdown ' Was mnde byElancha. on a delayed pass around leftend 'with a yard un' The touchdown inthe second half wa's made by Vanbyrne,on ' straight bucking. The 'game closedwith" the, ball In iShurtlefTs possession,within one foot of the goal.The teams were even in weight, and superior team work won for" Shurtleff. Lamb,left tackle., played vthe best pnme for thevisitors: The best came for 8hurtleq wasplayed by Haynes. Watson and Vanbyrne.l ne une-up was.as xouowsr .f.Shurtleff.KaynesStewartHarveyChristyMcPherson.Position Central 'IIlEh.....Irt nd Casteln....lft tackle Bock....Lett guard Blanchy..Center Ponoran....Right guard Christopher.:..niRht tarkle t.Lamb....Blrht end Oben.....Quarter'.. Broomei Toomey.....i Watsonr ElwellVasbyrne..Itraneb........,lic -nair oacK...... NortonKlit half back.....'.Funckiiowam.-...i-"uit back ....... ..NewccmnUmpire Duke. TimekeeperReferee Bodler.Walker.MILITARY AC IDEM Y WI5S.IEast St.LokU High . GivesUp the, - .Contest.After a flve-mlnute struggle In the' second half, the East '.St. Louis High Schoolteam gave up th'e. fight against the firstteam of- Western. Military Academy, atAlton, yesterday, afternoon..ThJsjwas the. first regular game for theEases'. LoulSfboys. and they could'notwithstand the heavy line bucking of Ming,nor? could-they, forestall the end runs.otLandon and "Jewell. -Martin, quarter back,for W. M. A. distinguished himself kymaking an eight-yard -run, and a 'touchdown. He made several longTuns duringthe'sTazne. rThe' teams lined' up as' follows:W.-ltJL. ' r PetUlonir' iKTtt.UB.-B.'P lait,... ...... .....Rlsht-ecd ......PendletonJackson ,...Righti. tackle.. .....PershallHoUlster......A..Rizht. guard...:.:; RhodesTjockhart...... ...... Center.. ..........AEvansliong.b............wLet. guard.. ..-7....lVtiumerWya ;.-.Ls tackier...... i.OannLocan....... Left end.... .BrowningMartia... ......... .Quarter hark: ,:.....r.v.HeeleyJewell ......Rlsbt JuUf..-.i........-.Wynn"laadon.. .......... Left half.. .-:......WJlonMing......... ........Fuil back. :.-.... .Beaal'yEkatat. IdDts aobs Beckiand Jost.' HetereeCaptain Wens of -W.'-M. A.r CmntrsWost'Ofjasanaasrxiuiasaiui .atanaws.'sst-aTft-'atWst taatrmt ,MONEY SCARCE OKCANS-BOUT MILLBets Benniin at Even-Figures andSpeculators Are Still Inclined to Hold Aloof.NEGRO FAR ABOVE WEIGHT.Al Hereford Says Champion .WillCome to 133 Pounds TuthillThinks Britt's ChancesAre Good.COMP.nlSO -OF BOXERS..Britt.5 ft. 8 in.KM In12 lbs ...13 In :Sii In .-..23 In ,12 Inlot-. InT InUU, In.....13 In7 InMeasurements.HeightGans...5 ft. t In.Eii' in.133 lbs.I5i In.X) In.234 In....llV, In.'354 In7 In....r..:M in.13 In..7 In.Gans and.., It eachWelaht: KeckChestWaistBleeps..Forearm....WristThUhCalf.;.4.nklemeasurements ofThes Britt 'd!cloie ome Interesting facta 4The first one Is that botbmen are ot4 equal helcM 5 feet 8 Inches 'But the 4one that will cau'e the most surprise Isa 'that Jimmy's reach is 3U Inches longers than Joe's, which Is no small adrantase.s The negro man's chest measurement is3H Inches-larger than that of hls'oppo- s4y nent. and Oans's , waist. Is 14 Inches4 larger.$"BEl'LTJUC SPECIAL.San Francisco. Cal.. Oct. 29. Betting onthe Ga'ns-Hritt fight, which is to takeplace Monday night,' is 'Still at a standstill, and the, poolroom people cannot understand It.This Is one mill above all others onwhich they expected to do an unusualbusiness, but the .odds are still evenmoney. ,with few speculators In sight.It (begins to look very much as If Ganswill hae to put a hurricane finish on histraining in order to save Al Hereford'sJ2.500. For the past, three days, he hasweighed lSS?;. and that after a' hard day'swork.There Is no disguising the fact that thenegro. ls beginning" to 'worry about thattioob ringside. The'factrthat'he went onthe -road'' twice yesterday seems to bearout this .statement. After Jogging a totalof twenty miles during he 'day; Ganss,weight was still J28Vi..no-more' and noless. . ' ,Crrlng'th'e exceedingly, warm spell lastweck'Gan got a'low as 1314; botwhenthe cool.' foggy., weather "et in -the blackman began to pick up pounds again. Thusin spite of his hard work he. sticks tojjeOf course, this killing finish to the training must have Its effect upon the champion.-. . . . -Al Hereford. opened up to-day with astatement as to 'Gan't condition, -whichmay be taken as significant. " -"I'have no intention of keeping the public In the dark as to Oans's weight andcondition." said Hereford. "1 want thepeople to know Just how- matters stand."There Is no use saying that Joe willnot have a hard time making-his weight,because he will. He has not done 133 for along time and It worries him. Of course,he nlll -weigh 133 on the night of thefight. I hae C500 up, and .lie will protect that money; but'it means. hard workfor him to do It. We will not stop workuntil Monday night."Of course, a great deal. depends uponthe way Joe feels after be gets down tothe notch. If he feels weak-It may-affecthis style of fighting.""In my opinion Jimmy Britt has an excellent chance to win his next fight." remarked Harry Tuthill. who trains YoungCorbett for all his fights. -"We hear talkabout Gans doing the weight easily, butI don't take stock tn'it. I tninic be winhave the time of his life to reach 133.I know I trained Willie Fitzgerald whenhe fought him .in the East, and Joe hadto put forth his ben effort to make 133."TEXAS RIVAL. FOR JIM JEFFRIES.Athensr Giant Will Go After Heary-Welght .Hoaora.REPUBLIC SPECIAL.Dallas, Tec Oct. "9. Announcement ismade in local sporting. circles that Texasmay develop a pugilist who Is expected tocapture the laurels now worn by Heavyweight Champion" James J. Jeffries. Thisembrjo prlxe fighter Is G. H. Wetzel ofAlhens.-Tcx.He Is 36 years old; weighs 34 pounds,and his height Is 5 feet 9 Inches. Eachof his fists measures six Inches across.'Wetzel has been-ln-Dallas in company.with T. I Laughlin. It Is proposed, tpdevelop the Athens-man into a full-flegcaknight of the prize, ring.Wetzel stated to. newspaper men that hehad beaten every man whom he had met,and be Is looking for a wider field'in whichto practice -his abilities. He Is a native'of Texat. his birthplace'belng Jlarllnand.he has spent all of his life In this State.JOCKEY MOCSTAiy HCLED OFF.I31m Rldsce Jndjre Also Rel'aatateaOwner Boaaberar.REPUBLIC SPECIAL.Kansas City. Mo.. Oct. 23. Before thefirst race nt Elm Ridge to-day JudgeTrevelyan announced that Jockey GeorgeMountain had been. ruled off for life. Healso restored Jockey Michaels and OwnerM. Boasberg to good standing .Judge Trevelyan said that he had positive evidence that fountain offered JockevJones J10O to pull Tyrollan October. 8. andtnat ne made propositions to otner ooya.Mountain has be;n under suspension forabout a.wek.The decision as to Mountain means thathe will not be. permitted to ride at.any ofthe-flrst-rinss truck In this country.ui)nlythe outlaw" tracks are open to mmOLDFIELD ABSOLUTE CH4MPIOX.From Standing. Start .on Track HePuts int-Mlle Record at OlIZ.t-3.New Tork,Oct.-.29. Barney, Oldfleld. wonthe auto track championship of the worldto-day at the Empire track. defeaUngPaul Sartori. the" driver of William ICVanderbllt Jr.'s car., in the final heat of 'the four-cornered .ten-mllo race.His time was 303 3-S, which beats allworld's recordsfJrrten" miles, on a trackfrom a standing start by two-fifths of asecond. SartorL's time -.was 9J3 4-5.Oldfleld had. previously defeated Bernlnand Sartori had beaten Thery.In -the final heat-.Sartori got the betterof the start, but was" quickly overhauledby Oldfleld. -whore time at the first milewas 15 3-5.. a, world's record for a standing start. 8artorI's time was 1:12 2-S-The fifth-mile -was finished by .OldfleldIn 4.12. Sartorfs'tlme was 455.First Aasoclatlsjit-Wateli.The" Rawllnjnes' and Xeacocks wlU.nlar anAssociation football rgame at- SportimenV Parkthis afternoon for the; benefit of, the families ofDetectives Dwrer and Shea. Game will becalled.at 2 p. m. -ine line-op. ,Rawltngsea. Position. Ltacocka.Ti". Robinson. Goal ...'......... GleascnH. Ssraclna .".:.FulI tack ..T. LrnchW. Rump Full back .W. CorcoranJ. Riordan- ...Half . tck.. T.. Finn' tanJ. Flnnlgaa .Half back. ."...... ...A. Socher;WV SauerbrmucJlalf bark ..'.'.ItJ DeianeyA. uranvuic.....H.eorwara.......,.M....x.jLaaaW. Foley.;.; '..... ..-.FOm'ard...r.... J. -Campaallj. Cannlnrbam.. -.Forward.. .. .W. FlceiK. Hanlck .-t.Fbntard.........'.P. MdtamuC. ww.....M..wittwin.wuti,jt jMCCTUir,r t -ILLINOIS 'VARSITYTIES WITH CHICAGOBesult of Fierce Struggle Be-garded as a Victory forState School.CHICAGO'S SCORE A FLUKE.Points Made by Champaign BoysCame Only After ij. Long andWeary March Across"the Field.Chicago, Oct, "3 A tied score. 6 to 6,was the result of the football struggle onMarshall Field to-day between the elevens of the University of Illinois and theChicago UnKersity.The game was played in the presence of15,000 "people. The rooters supporting thetwo teams were about evenly divided asto numbers, While the score was a tie. theenthusiasm of the State University followers after thp'game was so exuberant thatit was apparent that they considered theresult, a victory over Chicago. It was agame of.straight football.Both teams were penalized, and muchtime was taken out. Moynlhan. Taylor and.Falrweather played the star game for Illinois, while Bezdek. Catlln, Speik andParry did the best work for Chicago.The Chicago men made their score after they had been forced to punt from thecenter of the field. Taylor, who caughtthe ball, fumbled It. and Parry of Chicago picked it up, ran twenty-five yardsfor touchdown and kicked goal.Neither', team was able to score in thefirst half.By-a sensational run of forty yards byBothgeb, In the second half, the ball wascarried to Chicago's twenty-yard line. Byhard football tactics the Illinois elevengradually advanced the ball to the oneyani line, and Falrweather was pushedover for'a well-earned touchdown.The Une-upiChicago. Position, Illinois.gpelk (captain) Left end DUlIngerShepardBadenocn Parry:. .Left j tackle -.. ToonsXoll.. Left' guard .;. FainreatherGale Hill Center Hare I woo.!Terry Badenocb.. .Riant guard DcanerBoone Tobla Right tackle MoynlhanKennedy. Rlgiit'ertd RothbegBckersaB Quarterback" TaylorWheeler Spedell Defray.. ...Left half back..Huntodn. PopeCatlln HitchcockLarson Right halfback Cirri thers BurroughsWalker Bidecfc...FuII back HastenKirkTime of halTes Thirty-live minutes1.Officials: Referee Hoagland, Princeton: Umpire Dtetx. Xorthwestem. Linesman Mann- .nOftTOR COOK ICURES DISEASES OF MENProstatic TroublespermanentiycuredTnomatter how longstanding. We cure this disease in from S to 3days.Stricture .We c3re8tr!cture InIS days, without cutting, pain, drugs ordetention from business:WaisthifWeaknessOur. time for curingthis trouble is 10 to"Bfit t " IAM ssssssssssB 1' ' w at..vBMH" .r V 1 ssri x.' m'-wr-nOTTO-rffD60 days, by our original, vtxr simple remedy (used exclusivelyra?ais6-TKtn-by us).Consultation IS free anf Invited. anV tn'"J i'iS':1.nIlw or ,t3a Perteet has- been left undone to afford you a speedy. si&ana pennaneni cure. -y,Vt1'SlJ2 full conndence, explalnlas; your troubles- a they appear to-you. tad.-.w v - - - s uui uuurjlt aUIQ fcDR. COOK MEIIGIL CO.,fc.. 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If ymftara saull, weak organs, lest pewsri or ireakentag dralas. ta faaosaTaaZartDsTsloptrwnlnstsr yen.K araga. SWetnr. sat TaricoesIaansaaeatlr enrsd la 1 to ft weeks.n.stt bt as) sot o fatter; effectcwsim iiii.il s.uO DJrsod rarrtu f or Ire sartleiiM,'sinrssaTed Im ntsla euveimM.MSTtO - I3M Smj tlsck- Brr. Cal.JiRi"Ttumi saSsrl&sMHCSofJUeWhlcH BSD tha oteajmreamoaia tajct-iOne baxiwUTetcn m. story ofmMrriaam 'TtmnltM. Thtm -mrijcsuir am nix WtJttTciatigs- TttalWnctfoTea)Uuu. ita.rtr bsn offexrd. Sent by mddl lanixin Dunn only ea rceciDt of this adr.ad fL'MaOw by ttsorlcfsmisri, C I Bodd Ox,,imftMom'SefjCa .ntj.rrm. isrwan,01mvcuJB1-A J1REV1RHARVARD BEATEN8Y PENNSYLVANIAQuakers Surprise Cambridge ,Eleven by Quick, Consistent Play.FINAL SCORE WAS 11 TO tr.Much Slugging and Rough Tacj;tics Used, but Only ThreeTimes Is the Victors' GoalLine in. Danger.Cimbridse Mass.. Oct. 3. The tMrjsurprise of the football season occurrejf!at Soldiers' Field to-day when the Ttozgvara eleven was not oiuv ueieaieu xotsprevented from scoring, but was completely outplayed In every department of tie1game by the University of Pennsylvaaa3The final score was Pennsylvania H, Harvard 0.Only three times throughout the gaswas the Harvard eleven within striMsgirt!rfnTi nf Tpnnavlvnnla'ct null. On tmof these occasions she fumbled the baOJ'On the third she was neid for downs wnsonly twelve yards from the Pennsylvaniagoal.The game was a spectacularthroughout, and the defeat of the Harvard team was hardly more unexpectedthan the game shown by the wearers of,the blue and red. The PennsylvanlaiufSplay was extremelv versatile, punting, deufflayed passes, quarterback runs, fake kicksand plunges throuch the line rapidly foP1lowing each other. JiStevenson. Piekarski and Greene werithe stars for the Quakers. Stevensonpecialiy distlngulshinc himself for tSmanner in which he rushed his team anglhis f?pfnera nf fnrtt ?:Harvard was not without brilliant plaj-iers, for Starr, who went into the game iajuiii wtuau nail, uruve nis men wim asenergy that seriously threatened the Pena-syivania. goal line. Brill also played aau.i:c:iicu(. jme at lexr. tacaje.Twenty-five hundred followers of Pisylvania occupied the east side of tiestadium, and the scene In that HcrHmr!when the Pennsylvania scored -was soec-Stacolar indeed. The crowd arou n nntalana witn rnytnmic waving or nags eangthe game ended the students Jumped tetaifine neia. ana in tne wildest enthuslasBacarried to their dressing-rooms the team1!which had broken the long- string of de-Jfeats which Pennsylvania had sustained 3at the hands ot Harvard. fjDuring the first half the hail was neverJin Pennsylvania's territory, and Harvard 3wa3 compeneci to piay a defensive, gamaaalmost continually. -3In the second half, with the advent of.J.A.. ni." ir KAu.c, 111115:, coAiiseu. anait was then that Pennsylvania showed thePrivate DiseasesWe cure In from 3 to10 days; without theuse of poisonous drugs- Nervous DebilityCured quickly andradically- In 3 to COdays, by our own famous method.Varicocele,-We cure without cutting m Trom s to 10days-Blood PoisonOrTTILEvery vestige of poison removed from system without aid ofrta.'i mi, u n nnfq.hemmlH. - vMn n.av a !! ! wrfhbia10 OLIVE Vl'KKKT. ST. LOUIS, SO.nours: I a. n. to s d. m.;. 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