The Houston Post. (Houston, Tex.), Vol. 27, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 14, 1912 Page: 8 of 20
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HOUSTON DAILY POST: THURSDAY MOKNIXQ. NOVIBER 14: 1912. v
lour Overcoat low!
tONGHORNS WON FROM MISSISSIPPI BY
tjr THE ONE-SIDED SCORE OF 53 TO 14
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V DeTray Had but Tour Regulars to Meet Lone Star Eleven Puett's Dashing Play Sensational
i'i Feature of Comparatively Easy Victory Fletcher Was Revelation at the Missis-
f : sippi Quarter Crowd of 3000 Witnessed the Game.
BEIIXIANT QTJABTEB. OF
IS 15 TEXAS TO
CATCH BIG TARPON
V MISSISSIPPI TEAM
special values at
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iTexas' Mfins First Gam From "we Miss."
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un men a iik' i
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"il fVatrd iia wriiki.t ii -I'-'fi '"I t m in
Game Won Before Start.
Th history f ilx K.n" i'- ri :
"tie as It ws f JgM on ti - fh. ..ind
' la . ttlf word d -pje hf appar :.t
1 acra. for the :n-i -f ti-' aii-i
:;i ihP but
.t t.-p-.ieav y
1 !-..je Were
art w Itli a 1
ftakting to th.- m..-
" "a spirit 1 il
. JWt U tile enii-.e. .
vtiliatfoaj of a pr-.nii-i.fn
fmt first by 1!.- Imht.c
v iMe of Adam tl.rit
( crest eIoeu .f IP' 1 wi
' i Sia -field Tliej .;ld h
k "v -Tpj'' IwidtrKtiip u...'fc l
- tnnderrlit to m- :. jh: 1
t But that w:m no- i!. 1.
u terda.f. Cr-ei. was otr
the trip. Bark'-:. w'H.
Ply bnt a fw iH.'iii-
OM with siiVrt in ir ;
ttfkle thnt rep! .1 .:!..-.
toi weight aim. 1. ii
jf ' SwWS lllM'S hlW Ii.. 1 . l.L
' tkv and sgat:. in ; -1
' of . his llnr ..r .lu.l: j:i
caas. and found tiu.-
' tte men who he- l :
yesterday's gam- :
'. time plaj waa cnli-d. If
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Li -LollUl'l . "M il
it.' I II Mi. In i' ft'
n t ii ii" innl '.i
1 ihv nu tt;
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m ki-i!- ) ion
I h-' .li'f-ll.ISfl
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M jsi.ti it-ft
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. t Fletcher's Brilliant Work.
? ' Out of the duM and 1 n f usi. .;i that nsi:ltrd
la th M to 14 u;ui.p.f -r t!.-- I ..nh-m:.
o&e more l! fl a m- :i.tT ' f t?i. ! foaled
taatn that hne with t h. lur.d hi : . 1 1 a life of
. tbt day. starring ail tin- ino-.- ;.. r..aps t-
. . rtjose of the fTident .-Mki;. -.( ..f 1.1.
th JOSS i'f I 'if S-.lKl' V. .-It Ii
A. ami M. t..r l.ih ikii
Wits Mf -it pit fii ..m;t t.
tr who sraiiK lnii Hi'' ni
FTtcbT. Hie yiiHrt-T i T id-
Ji.h 111p.MU-.h1p M
M-ii-!a o it
1 ruerv y.nLii-
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1 f 1 1 1 1 eh v.-D.
Hll tfaniiUHif j.i'k htm f"t
Snrflj. mi such wi:k n i: 1 1 I .': rim.
Ins eDd .if the forwfe ! i. it. wiu a f t r-n -net
stint dcfic.l all .f i- I iit.rn fffortu au.l
time sud ujfiitn he fir fci i () u hrenk
Ibroufti fin-inllng fornnU tiinl inn lie ft ft n
scul tn'tntT Minis Hi- in. uar tlanlifi
throni'li tbe hn'ku field tr unii i U s'andu lo
Utrir feet- Willi thr ni'"nni kft to plnr
bis tain aim-i :;.-! . iM-.-itt-n. ht ilr i l
thr Loimi'i;'-;) nh: n! T.-r iifurh ynr.
and bin tMt hi- fh :nr fet-t 11 ! d tf i imlk
tnarb frHrti-. i ? an m 'li .in .'t' a i -1
Hue hf l.ml m-l'-. ;:ii'.ih-i "'v.ii iwjinti i. his
traru's on Kvpu ttit ii. all Hie 'IViai
Htaodfc besuiipht tijc rff'i. -' 'n yU-.- It to lilm -da'rTP
It " F'-i : .-r !.! nnt h'iwnr.
obejr hln coai'h'a ri i i tulti T;;.
rouscIHm of Tht- u- :ikm s n' hU tnm
rdn-t Fl' t-li t ! -i"--' i r k nn'v. "to
pn it up. " It .if iln-v t . i :. s na i ipj-
dupl II.- m r.!-utiippi '"i. h'l.ir. us M h 1
Kletc!iT ri""rt-tl t- ti.-ui nloiif Uh- ta.- n;:nlit
have bt-eu differ. m.
Was Not Good Football.
The RHiii' was ii-.f ciod f -utlll. Through -out
the f irt lialf il ilr:i.'t-d. piny w hs slow.
and ouct lxaf. Lad in fe uM)Hlfti fr d--laj.
.Nfltl.i-r Ivriin SfpQM-d in haxt' i!''Ti'iM'i
a consist ni i.fi . uf ltd p.-i v-r-- f limit
irile fuDi''l'!i wire iu.u!'- in uh'iuhi. moni-'iitf.
Th LofiKli'Tti ff-ii'5- r..iii-t.-d .i.iiiot viilfreir
of end inns. Ink N n k? ThpmicJ tli-
tackle and a uw ! th' f-.in-ird pa-. Tin
rtla.Ttd ! nns w--i'.'.l i mi- hii- apiln mi
t4( Oxfordiaij- ii .-..mj.I t-.t -.-.11 futhom
H. lettinjr B.irr-'l ji llr.w n ft h w n v with
K.tln Nt'iiif i- if mi . -i.-M-N-d hi; must
too forwMnl mi-. The f:u;i.t.-s ai-n.-r.t'li .--1111-lllK
fl-ni rr al i. - wi. 'I i-n (ntor-
reptM th idav l'.itr Mi:rr.iv & making
art lend id furry vr. run fr-.tn Hi.- h!i" k and
Woodlinll intt iv-M'tln- ..in- f.-r m. :i -i.ervTf
bnike iuj :i 'I -h ! kiss. 1
Aw mtir of f.i. t th- 'w.i ;';imn hfre
hare shown tlm t li 1 Is ;itu. ;l if.ju.ti.- df-again-!
forward .:-. U"ii- 11 1 11
wbfO llie Tiian n t-'it ri-.-.-ivt ti k i.mhpt
thf ball than ant i f Tin- d. f. ndirs ht
ran nor ! fntc-f-j- d : ' n. thn tiiik n..
eartbly n-HKon In ih(1i cum. hi he pti..u dn't
at aay with it
Texas Penalized Much.
Then wrrp wmi i-wi-urlrf H-lmlhiitr"!.
much roir ttmn !n ti.- jk. and M oklnhomii
Vame. jiin drfw fiff.-fi yRr.1 for h.-idini;
ooce wUt-ii tiny irri th.
In itit-ir ti-iis-Hnln
lad On uiiiu
for thrni 1 hxI'ih
if l nalty proved oM v
1 1.. .-n fon-ed If. k(. k
nAMILIDI BROS. ESTABLISHED 1882
Enjoy yourself but do not
overlook the vital opportun-
ity of knowing jthc real en-
joyment in wearing a Ham-
ilton Made-to-Order Shirt.
While in Houston call and
be measured we'll forward
the Shirts to you when fin-
ished. Hamilton Shirts will cost
but a few cents more than
ready-made Shirts and fit
you accurately no matter
;How irregular your frame
I P You'll want Hats Ties
Hose or other haberdashery.
1 We've got the best that are
f to raw
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9 "RECRUITS DID THEIR BEST.'
BY L. C. DE TRAY
Hed Coach of te University of
We . .1
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Mi i t '
had l.iit f.
f the U.
l-e !!.:i. ti.o
:. I - I ni ..f
I re. rn.lt. di: Iheir
1 i'nt rv rti .! h We
ir regulars Id and it "T two
hai neTer h f'.tha'l
jt-ar. lie- vungtert la'
a tbej -uol. Put supeih r
r f . -re
Mi-ti'. il"W n and r hi
i inr-nigti tiie 1
til Sill p
Ih" 'li" That w hp ! h
th I...nghorn t. .ry -onr w
tn. k' mid .-u da
t ' ir only i...po .if t1.-t -ry was
T he Ink pi a 1 - w have !.e-n .r:
t-:i h. ti I 1 . her us'd ii'-iu.
k i-i : v Mfi-.l in .. t'Kielid'.u n
I. Iltl.'tl of
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BY J. BURTON RIX.
Assistant Coach of the Lcng-
horni. We wen- we.i -.i t ' !! I Hill I he
Mi'.winc riiide hy .-ur m-11 i.-lnt witli
ti.'' e- - p!.'.n -f The ta- kllruc "V the first
uuarter." n.ild J ft trtr Itu a'istaut
oai'b "f th- 1"n t"arn. ' Through '"ut
t h nlost n n ri.ai kahie improvement
in all ini' was ph-.wn r the play'ng
in any .-ther gam.- of the e;ir. Wi'h
two eieeptfi.n our ilefer'- '.rk -m the
f'trwanl pnMiig wns aer perfect "
fi Ml U-ltind bis nrt 11 gnu I lf1(. h lid hud pniite.1
t.' th-- .C vi! id Inn' A- hohling ui 1 he Texas
line eiirred while 1 1.. hull In air. Teaa
drew a fifin-D vrl (wnali w ; .-r- tin- i iiiif fell
a n1 the hail wenr 1.. i-M-sipp'. Ii.-tving bei-n
tn 11 m nuea .;. w tl. n the TmiiI wa
made. Tlial gave ihe Ited and Bine Hie tiig-
1 n In ra id field w u.-n hut a aeeond hefoie
tlf-y bal U-.ii for..-.! ki-k irui a terv daii-
gPUv jH-sifl-n The l-Miigie'V;- drew a flTe-
a pi itn-'-ii(!i.-ni f..r d"hir 1 ht t mar have pnp-
w tiled Bam ! k king n f : I1 goal and ten
v ri K fMi Intel ft t h.v lth n forward n.iKn
wh'-n Iieale iiMti 11- Iin...h iti I'iMon. MS-
I Ppi was pttoilr.tti f'e i.mlt .!t.-c for mi
..ff Hide p. ay 1:. r. w 1 - :r-ijMent wruiiglnnj
"Ver prl.:tMl.-. l';Otlg j.-.T i.d.
Haxton's Distance Punting.
T"T.ai resorted little to the pinning game.
a:H MUpiippi wis rndwl i.n t ut it fre-
jiientty. In llaiton. the "Artist." "Ole MIm"
had a speed seals r illatan-e punter howerer.
Ills aidrals nTeraged up to 40 yard and were
dull-Mil t to take. H tut on d'"-s not inssesa the
1-Trifl' tlrWIng powr behind his toe that msde
KMkpatrhk fanioua. but hie kicks are well
Piaeed ami the MtsainslppI forwards hare .plenty
f time !.. get down under them. Hatoa Tri1
a dmp kiek fn-ni the ;h. ard line that failed
Ainl tine from the 45 vard line that was hop'-1-
s.-. hut attemiited when his team had but a
ftii'tioii of a seeond t. (day. Barrell a punting
h.i- improved and he wa doing goxi work
eler.hiy He kieke f..iir of the LonglnrtTl
g.tfils from tourhdon-u inihMe.l one and kleked
11 had punt out that failed He tried a field
goal f u ai the a jard lln-- that went wide.
Puett's Sensational Running.
The weakness of tl.r Mississippi end; paved
the w 11 v for thP sen iat iou uf the aftern.-m In
I'ett B wonderful tjrVB of np4ed. Tiie atoeky
11 ! tie qua rrr. one TevHn a t leant aliind cer
tain to ret. tin his sent ..n the All-Slate an.)
All Sunt hweat i?:u. cln'Sod ends from shift foima
1. "iia and fake ki-'K and forward pass plays
w nli daaziing sp4-t . Time and again he gut
it w y f..r hmg th -tn n. e it is true that be
had u.i emit tn .he hin. Imi he was nin-
iiui.' with little mi ij.i idt.-rferenee frequently
I ..v.. 11. 1 t tj- m- mihImi line nl Misiaalppl do -r.-itt
lie t hii lii- team tt 1 1 ii da-.h and head
nnd kept Klavtnng :iw.n at hin opHneuta' weak
io--.er. 1'Met t has a lw a s Men faKt. bnt his
H'e"d nas nver lunn to better advantage than
it .lid yestenla Ills returning uf piinta through
broken ft U wan reiunrkiihle Imh-'Hl. llln atneky
fii;iirt .ei nied to sift throiigh that split tarkle
and in rutin I ng end he used hi- m Iff arm to
p. rfe. t imd.
Barrell and Others.
The Hon p .n bt.y . Leonard Bnrr.dl was a
'itihlUMng iigure In I lie Ti-wn bak field. DriT-
tng 1 in-- th- i'.tiu line f.r h.ng gains he
ripped it f'.r In nii'l l'i ards at 1. elip. running
w :i 1 ehli.l int erf-re nee and piekiug his
lioifH well. Blown little but for two seasons
regarded as an iiluiit ideal line onitsher In
St ie f....hall. pin w-d a tieautlful game nnd
I .Ittii iP-l'l. lln- frer-hmnu. put up a floe full.
if th" iltieiio 11. Miirmv's hlg tlgure itt e'iiter
W; r- li'.t ieeahle le'lh h .iffense and defense anl
Murru waa pitted against a era-k midline man
in Adams I )eH!ey and II Iggiulnit ham on the
en-It . roved adopt at handling the forward paaa.
W-Mnliiull rove red his end in style until re-
lieved .y lllgginh-oth-im near the rjoe of the
M Si-ijippi lias a remarkable player in Hax-
t ii. in BilditlMii to 1 leieh.r. The kVklng haek
Was used it"'rs 1 1 y in the forward pass plays
u the ret-eiviug end. Te was one of their
ini.st eoiisistent gainer; with that play nnd
Hrxiind the ends inf aid 1 1 h'ti- to bis kicking.
Adniii:.. the Pig eenli'r. loutned un like a giant
in th' midst of the weak line. An even with
Id-.' Murra.i plowing up against him be held
hi- ow 11. Mi- mud" hut olk- m 1 splay a high
pans to llaxlon Hint np'i!ed a kh-g.
Three Thousand Saw Game.
A e row d of 3( K to w i 1 ti esse I t he ga me. The
big gramlsTnnd was parked on the went side
and the nni ) i i t y of those omtprlnir that sec-
t mn se.'nied to he rooting for MiasKslpnl whose
l'iinn nt-i flaunted lien- and ther" ill vUld dots
of red jinil blue
ver .hi the i-a' side the Lo'ighorn rootlnff
see t iou numbered 11 bou i ';() and Yell leader
l.eew and his assi-taiits wi-n lnity keeping np
the eheerlng. Y let-dief mine in for unite as
fn i'ieit npplimsi- 1 nit n both Mdes the field as
dil I'nett Biol Barrell.
Micsisslppl Won Toss.
Mls-dsFippl w.ui the f.iKa and ehise to defend
t hi; north goal with 11 stiff breeze at tbelr
hae'k tn aid the punting of llaxton. The MissUi-
iipiiaIiM nit-lied the hall to the l.otighoiTi 0 yard
line with one bejiu'iful forwnnl pass. Kletrhr
to ll;it-.n netting : urds. Hut they lowt
the oval innu-'diMieis . Texas then Instituted a
fiimhle mi ii:eir own ;i".yard Hue. then after
hii lnterrh.nige of tin hull fmni team to team
with neither he in:: en lied on to iustitute de-
fetiHc inside ilM own L'o yard line. Texas got
the hall on one of llinl-n 5 punts and rushed
It to (he Mississippi vard Hue. u triple pass.
I Me It to l.illh-rj.-ld I. U-ale. netting the laat
15. The ijuarter ended wi: h the hail on the
3-yard line and when pla wat. resumed PnetC
Hklrted end for yards. With the hull on tlw
5-yanI line. Tevaa -.mid not make the distance
in fotu plunges though iaiee Iturrvlt swayed
over thf line before being furred bark. Then
csme thf p-nalty f-r holding on Hnxtou's kiek
from behind his own goal line. When I (ax ton
kicked to the Jxmghorn 30-yard line Teiaa
started the first of a remarkable series of dhv
reaaioos down the field that ultlmaiely resulted
In a touchdown. Making Ion;: dtxtnnces on fake
forward pass formations the hall was finally
plared on the MUaisstppi Kit. vard line and Puett
rammed end for the nevessry distance. Barrell
kleked goal. Score. Teiaa .. Mississippi 0.
The remainder of the half was bitterly fought
but without a resoltlnj? score. Toward the clow
Misslsslnpl played well Into 'JVxas territory In
threntenlrig faahlon. hot when Murray Inter-
cepted a forward pass ami mude 40 yards the
danger was obviated.
Mlaalaslppi Tied Score.
The Mlsslsslpplsns. with u couple or substitu-
tions and after a baart -to-heart talk with Coach
Ie Tray came back strong- after the Intermis-
sion and tied matters up. Tbey opened up the
plsy and began to show things. Getting the
ball on a punt on their own 40 yard line
Fletcher returned 30 yards behind the beautiful
Interference of Ilaxtoo. A couple of short sains
were followed by a long forward pass. Fletcher
to Vsndetere. putting the ball on the Longborn
30-ysrd line. Fletcher then circled end for 20
yards. Haiton kicked goal. Score Texas 7
The advantage waa ehort llred. Held for
dowas after a aeries of scrimmage. Mississippi
kicked to Texas' 90-yard Line and after Pnett
had returned 10 yards It took the Loogborns
fast vmtcb plara to carry the ball across the
Mississippi coal Una.. Tba two features were
& fara fsiMd am ft fgnrars) 9Ma Uttlefleld
to l u-tt and IligC'Iih Vi :il end TUB fOT 13
and Panhd-ivvn lUrr-il kirke.) goal. Score
I t x is 1 4 Mississippi 7.
Defeat Turned to Rout.
Ief.-:it ii.id now turn-d into a otai rout a
r Li i rpat in d nler (lilt wu only stayed
in 'h-- 1 i-X quarter The Leghorn adled two
in -i" i si .1 un-. i'i th" il.lid Quarter. A tB(
r mm hv 11 rn .! .f l letr hi r s klrkoff atarted
s.i-ithrr I .on k horn pM-.-ssinial inarch to be
c n 1 hin Th.- ever rip-sent forward pass con-
tributed Tanls. litt.thVld to Dealey. snd
i.n Te- f ri verge .ir ti e Mississippi llpe Brown
t'lKk-M tliPMigh for the t.iiirhdMwn that the
battered Kel and Kliw rsild no longer hoM off
as l m y ha-1 In the first quarter barrell missed
puur ont l-iug end runs b Pn-tt featurvtl
tiie n"t march thai wai liegun fmm Haxton's
ke k off h iil HU:g!nU.tliani UruiHy clrclel eml
: r 14 an.l Ui" scon Barrel! kh-ked g'al. Score.
ivni -7 WUsistlppl 7. A funible gave Minis
-ippl the In. i i on the Te(. 3o vanl line Just
!-i f.-re the quarter t-ntled.
Allerdlce Sens in Subs
!h nli'-e unw drew tn his w ealth of subtsti
rules ami tlm Tei t- team that speared for
tin- fonrth ijuorti r was ver largely a fresh
ojie. Tl 1 ricks kept on. however.
Af i er Mhwissippi had failed t gain and a
drop 1. ; L had g ne w'-le. 1' is started oti"
mure i r '"-islon l nun their JO vanl line. Tlts
one en-i.d wUen after long runs by hiniself and
I'liett had put lie hall mi Mississippi- 4 yard
ine. 1! n reil hii Ja- kle
t hep ki leketi tai I S. oi
for t he distance and
e. Texan :14 Missis-
The first t line t hat Mississippi punted to
l eva ihe I oiigh"ni l g:i to wnde through
the field Jignui. n ii! afl'-r WrsHlhull had Dego-
tm(".l a long forwi-nl pas. Brown bucked to.
ttie 7 vard line and I'nett circled end fr the
touchdown. Bnrnil mlst;etl goal. Score. Texas
40. MiMhUipid 7
More mihtitutes now Itegan to drift in the
Texas Ifm-up. annuic iheni a long slim llght-
l.aiPMt ;. t.iith. relieving Puett. and hstlel as
"4'oke" U'iniiiier. who t'k up the end run
where his predceasir left off An lllterceptisl
forwnpl pass br Wotslhell Kecun-1 the had fur
th.- I.Mrigh"rns uu about their 40 thpI line and
then thev rotnff'd awsv for another cor. W'ij
iner in ide tl wh"ii Ik- stepped 15 Ta rds imdikI
the end lie missed Uje goal. Score: Te.as
41. Mississippi T
Mississippi Scores Again.
At tills juncture Fletcher began to npn the
play again and in a bewildering series of passes
and runs (He Mips" dashed fnm their 2(t-yanl
line to the Texas goat. Fletcher started with a
30 yard rAum of the klckoff. a nam Fletcher
to 1 lav (on. ur t ted 30. Spruhan got 5 oo a hort
pnis an attempt i d dnp kick was blocked bat
recovered by M I ssIskI pd . and then a pass
Fletcher i" Ha x ton. made ."i yards ami touch
th'w u llnxtnn kicked goal after punt out
Score Texas 41. Mississippi 14.
The sr. .re sielt nothing. Less than two mln
utes later BKiwu buck-d over tbe Inst Texas
score and lttlefVld kicked goal. Score: Texas
M. Mississippi 14.
After the next klckoff Fletcher got away for
a long run nnd crossinl the Texas goal line bnt
was chilled bak for ruiuilng out of bounds. Time
was cu I b -d 1 m met 1 lately af I er.
Texas. Position. Mississippi.
Woodhull (captain i 8 pro ban
it i gut ena.
Jordan . .
Murray . .
LlttleOeld Left wick
Substitutions: Texas Hlggfnbotbam for Wood-
hull. Woodhull for lllgglubotham. Keck for E.
Ih rry ; Nibh. for K. Berry. Sellers for tealey.
Ui miner for Puett. Mississippi - Puryear for
liarker. Bn-elnnd for fisrdlner. JCvans for Vande-
vcre. Vaudevre for F.vans. Harris for McCall.
Touchdowns: Texas Puett 2. Brown 2. Ilif-
ginrMithani 2. Barrell Wlmmer. Mississippi
tioala from touchdown Barrell 4. missed one
and one punt out failed l.lttlefleld 1. Wltutuer
missed one. llaxton 2.
Officials: Referee Moise Sewme. Umpire
Glase Dartmouth.!. Heud llnestuau Ltay
(A. and M.i.
Tluie of quarter --Fifteen ml nut es.
Score bv quart eri First quart rr TeiSS 0.
A!lssisslpii U Se.-ond quarter -Texas 7. Mis-
sissippi 0. Thlnl quarter Texas 2U. Mississippi
7 Fourth quarter- Texas 2V Mississippi i .
Flnsl score: Texas 53. MIskLsbIppI 14.
THE GAME IN DETAIL.
Following 53-14 Victory Play by Play at
First Quarter. - Mississippi Wins the toes and
chooses to defend tbe north goal Barrell
kicks off 4f to Fletcher who returns 13.
Flet' her takes II on wide run around right
Fletcher completes forward pasa to Vatulerers.
which nets HO yards (Time out Puett i. Fisher
tHkes 2 through tackle Haxton bits right tackle
for .1. llaxton tries end run but la blocked
by bis oivn men for a loss of & yards Ml
sisaippl Is forced to kick- Captain Adams
passes b:ill from center over Max ton's bead
Ititt Is rpcoTeml. Texas baH ou "Ole Miss''
:in-yard line. Brown makes cross buck for
in. Barrell hits right tackle but fumbles ball
to Barker. Fletcher takes & around Texas
left end. Haxton smashes Into right guard for
Fie toner ou short quarter run through ceo-
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The spectacular field K'i?raI of "Ole
Miss." whose Individual work yesterday
was undoubtedly the best 'f l he Karre
He lived up to his teammates' forecast of
his ability. They are pk kiitt; lam fW the
ter gets ::. On first down. I'lt tch-r is thrown
by Ueny for loss of 1 yanl Left with takes
3 through entcr Haxton wakes ou cross
buck. ilaxtou kicks out of hounds 1V Texas'
ball. Barrel! ou delov ed pa- stakes $ Brown
on -tosh buck gets 4 Barrel! makes v Brown
follows with . Bnrrell sniasht-s tmough tackle
for 3. Brown gets on id end run. B;ir
retl fall". MisinKlppi given hall oil downs.
I.eftwlch Is thrown tor huts. ll.itou loses J
I.lttleflehl throws Fletcher f.-r :l loss. ILix-
ton forced to punt. Ba II to4-j 4u to Puett
woh returns 12. Time otii. PiMtt.' Birre-ll
on delayed split formation. gains ft. Puett
circles left end for To. i Barker replaced by
Puryear. i Brown mak.-s cross buck for 2.
Brry on tackle round tackle loses 1 Puett
gets 1 and nt tempts forw a rd pa s to lca lev
falls. Missis ippl s bail on b-r :i-ranl Hue.
Fletcher Is thrown for loss of 1 yanl. Fletcher
fails on forward puss. i Tex as peii.iMxedl for
Interference. 11 yards. i Fletcher receives for
ward paps from Haxton for gain of 5 yards
Haxton punts 48 to Puett who returns 8. On
fake kirk formation Llttlefleld takes 8 through
right guard. On double pass from Puett to
Llttlefleld bark to Puett Texas makes 25 yards
Brown on split buck formation takes 1. Left
shift pass Puett to Dealey fires Texas 25
Quarter ends Texas' hall on Mississippi's 23-
yard line. Score: Texas 0 Mississippi 0.
Puett on shift to right gains 20 yards. Brown
oa cross buck makes 1. Brown tries line again
but falls Barrell fails. Puett falls ou forward
pass to Woodhull. Mississippi's ball on their
4.1 yard line. Fletcher punts 3H to Puett re
turns 10 (Texas nenallged 13 for holding and
ball given to Mississippi because penalty was
committed while ball was Id air causing It to
be dead on touch lug tbe ground. Haxton falls
Myprs falls. I Mississippi penalised ft offside.)
Fletcher completes forward pass to Haxton for
gain of 5. Haxton kicks 30 to Puett who fum-
bles and recovers without kaln.
Llttlefleld takes 12 on fake kick formation.
Puett on double pass to Llttlefleld and return
galus 5. Barrell on fake kick forms t Ion goes
around right end for 25 yards. Puett takes ball
around same end for fJ. tTlme out Barrell. I
Pue ft on short quarter mn through line goes
10 for tnuchdowu Barrell kicks goal. .Score
Texas 7. Mississippi O.
Haxton kicks off J.' to Brown for a return
of 20 yards. Puett on delayed pa -is Is thrown
for loss of 2 Puett on left shift gains 2.". Bpiwii
falls Barrell makes I Puett attempts forward
pass. Is Intercepted by Vanderere without any
return. Fletcher on fumble aud recover lows 1.
Fletcher thrown bv Dealer for loss of 2.
Haxton kicks XI out of bounds. Liftlefteld
smashes through center for 10. Brown on same
play nets 1 for Texns BflrrHI on cross buck
foes S Iealey tries end round end run tuit
alls. iB reels ud Is substituted for Ganllner.)
Puett falls. (Mlgyinhotham Is substituted for
Woodhull. i (Texas pens Hied ft for delaying
pa me Barrell fails on drop kick from 28 vard
line. (Mississippi ball "D their own 20 yard line.
Hsxlon Is thrown for loss of 1. Fletcher falls
Fletcher on .wide end run gains 0. Haxton
falls i Time out. Texas t Fletcher completes
Eass to leftwlch for A Fletcher gains .1 more.
Ireland gains ;t. Fletcher is thrown for loss
of 2. Fletcher a tempts forward pass but Is
Intercepted by Murray who runs 4o lefnre lping
thrown. Puett fails. Brown falls. Brown is
thrown for loss of 1 . Ou forward pass from
Puett to LfttU-fidd 20 yard gain Is netted.
- Half ends ball In Texas possession oo Missis
sippi 20-yard lloe. score Texas 7. Missis-
Third Quarter. Fletcber kicks ott 43 to Brown
who returns lo. Llttlefleld goes 7 Barrell u4
gain. Meyers threw Puett for 8-yard lose. Bar-
rel! punts .to to Fletcher who with tbe Inter-
ference of Haxton returns 32. Haxton loses 2.
llaxton gains 2. Fletcher makes 4-rard forward
f pass to -Ji ax too. Fletcher computes forward
pass to van
vandeTere for 28.
Fletcber then circles
Hniky Athlete of Yartity
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(Houston Post Special.)
CORPUS CHRISTI. Texas. November in.
Gifford Pinchot. former chief of the forestry de-
partment of the I'nited States and warm per-
sonsl friend and supporter of Colonel Roosevelt
accompanied bv hls brother. Am Pinchot. of
New York snd i-adv A Johnstone of "London
tbe latter a sister of the Plncuots. arrived in
Port Aransas for a ten davs' Ashing trip.
The partv came direct from Nw Tort.
Mr. Pinchot refuses to discuss politics and
says he Intends to spend his time at the port
in search of the elusive tarpon. He Is a hon-
orary member of tbe Tarpon club of Port Aran
end for 28 yards snd touchdown. llaxton kicks
goal. Score: Texas 7. Mississippi 7.
Barrell kicks off 30 to Spruhan. who returns
10 Haxton falls. (Time out Barrell.) Fletcher
is thrown for 2-yard haw. Fletcher SRaln
thrown for loss. Haxton punts 40 to Puett for
a return of 10. LittfcftVld takes r on fake kick
formation. Little field makes forwnnl puss to
Puett for 23. Llttlefleld nms-lies through line
for 2. On delayed puas. Llttlefleld to Puett.
latter gains 5. Brown makes 4. Brown cross
bucks for 2. Hlggltihothain then on end round
t ml goes 13 for touchdown Barrell kicks goal
Score: Texas 14. Mississippi 7.
Fletcher kivks off 43 to Barrell. who return
30. Puett circles rlgh' end for 0. Barrell hit
center for 2. Puett rles center gains 1 Brown
makes first down for Texas. Puett circles left
end for X (Time out Teths Ltttleth Id gets
1. Puett attempts forward pass to Llttlefleld.
but falls Llttlefleld completes forward ! to
Dealer for 35. Puett tries epd run fails.
Browa smashes through on tackle buck for 2
s ud tour hdo w n . Barrv II fn 11 on kick out.
Score? Texas 20 Mississippi 7
(Evans relieves Vandeveni Haxton kick- off
43 to Puett. mums :0. LlttleuV'd gets 2.
Delayed pass from Llttlefleld to Puett net lmg
boms 12. (Time out Mississippi.) Iuett circles
left end ftr 10. Barrell fails. Barrell (toes
around left end for 10. Llttlefleld takes 8
through line. Hlggiubotbam on end round end
run gts 2. Putt gains 3. Barrell ou cross
buck aslns 7. Brown oo gain. Gigglnbothnm
circles end for 14 snd touchdown. Barrel! kicks
goal Score: Texas 27. Mississippi 0.
Hsxton kicks off 50 to Brown returns 2J.
Texas fumbles is covered by Haxton. Haxton
tries line but in vain. Fletcher is held without
gain. Quarter ends ball in Mississippi's posses
slon on Texas' 83 -yard line. Score; Texas 27.
' Fourth Quarter.
Fourth Qjuarter. (Woodhull relieves Hlggln-
botham.) Fletcher fstls ou forward pasa to
Haxton. llaxton tries Jrop kick falls. Texas'
ball on 2B-ysrd line Llttlefleld smashes through
right guard for
8. Barrell gains 23 on wide
end run. On delayed pans Puett gains -'u
around right end. On split buck Brown gets
2. Llttlefleld goes 6. Brown tries end for 2
Barrell gains 2. Puett completes forward pass
to Woodhull for 20. Barrell t.-ikes 4 for touch-
down. Score: Texas M. Mississippi 2. (Keck
ndleves E. it. Berry ' Barrell kicks off 47 to
Breeland. returns 13; Fletcher gains 3. Fletch-
er fails ou forward pass to Nprughan. Fletcher
attempts snniH play fails. Fletcher punts 40 to
Brown no return. Llttlefleld bucks i. Biowu
follows with lo. Puert makes forward pass to
Woodhull for 20. Brown bucks 3. Puett cinies
left end for 7 and touchdown Barrell nilsss
goul. (Nlhhi is substituted for K. L. Berry.
Wlmrarr for Puett a-id Sellars for Dealeyi
Score: Texas 4o. Mississippi 2
Barrell kicks off 4i to Fletcher no return.
Fletcher circles left end for 7. (Lcftwfch goes
In for Barrell.) HsxtoQ makes forward pass.
Is Intercepted by Wiwdhull without return
Wlmmer circles left end for 1 1 Brown gets
2. Brown on tackle brush gets 27. Wlmmer
goes 15 for touchdown. Wlmmer misses goal.
Score: Texss 40 Mississippi 2.
Llttlefleld kicks off 40 to Fletcher who re-
turns 30 Fletcher completes forward pasa to
Hsxton for 80-yard gain. Fletcher completes
forward pass to Sprughan for 8. On the third
trial Sellars knocks ball down. Fletcher tiles
end without gain Haxton tries drop kick. Is
blocked by Jordan but recovered by Mississippi.
Fletcher completes forward pass to Hsiton who
goeiV 23 for touchdown. Fletcber kicks out lo
M eye rs H a x ton kicks goa I. Score : Texas
46 Mississippi 14
Uaxton kicks off So. Woodhull returns 20.
Llttlefleld fumbles and recovers without gain.
Wlmmer takes 37 sround right end. Brown hits
line for 8. Wlmmer takes 4 on sMft forma-
tion. Leftwlcli follows with 1. Brown smashes
through line for 4. Brown hits line for 2 and
touchdown. Llttlefleld kicks goal. Score: Tex-
as 41. Mississippi 14
(Pritchett relieves Jordan Ifalbert for Left-
wlcli and Rathetl for Brown.)
Llttlefleld kicks 2 to Vandevere who re-
turns 22. Fletcher circle end for 41. Hax-
ton attempts drop kick and misses. Wlmmer
returns 25. Gsme ends. Texas' ball on Mis-
sissippi's 40-yard line.
Final score: Texas 53 Mississippi 14.
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MEET MISSISSIPPI A. AN DM.
Farmers Fresh From Triumph Over Sooners
Await Next Saturdays Game.
Houston Post Special.')
eol.I.KOE STATION. Tr. Novnnl'ir IX
Moran ami tin- Karni-r!. ri-lnrm-d fl"i" Il'W'n
yesterday in a vrry rrippl-'d r.UKlltloii. This
howvver. wat. not raumd from tlif football Kiime
alt'WPthi'r. m Venmiiotrsky. tin- Me fotlhack
waa ladurwl In a nn-i-l ar a--.-l.lfnt. lie will
not bp ahln to plaj any more this year. Tliia
1 ln.lo. il illscotirairlnk- for I lie Farmers as
Ves" ha. boon ilolim til" ei-eateat work thla
ienr. Ilia punts have Ix-on far (.je...illiii thntr
of bis opponent wlib li has ahl.-rt materially In
heepinc the Farmers' Koal line from b"lnn
crnuril. Hi drop kicks and kicks from place
ment hae leen long and tnie. It Is regretted
by all the friends of the college that he wllraot
be able to take part In any more games thla
Bowler who has been doing inch brilliant
work all through the season and who was a
particular star In the game with tbe Sooner
until the time he was Injured will be out of
the game for aereral days and perhaps for the
remainder of the season. It Is certain thnt he
rill not he able to take part In eltoer me
game Saturday with Mlsalaalppl A. and M. or
the Tulane game oo the following Wednesday.
The loss of Bowler will be felt more than auy
other man on the team as be could at all times
be depended on for substantial gains It was
Bowler who plowed through the line lu the
Arkansas game and made possible the llrst
touchdown aud It was Bowler again who went
through the Sooners' line for fcubetautliil gains
tie la equally as great on offense as defeuse.
Moran has the good fortune of having a wealth
of substitutes to replace these two injured men.
At fullback Hlgslnootham played a tlaf gaunt
Monday. Ills kicking was good and he carried
the ball nlc.-ly. ills work on kicking goals
after lou.-bilowua deserves special mention lie
can he relied on for good work in Saturday a
game but lie will ho compelled to shoulder the
uoiiorl'.y of the work at fullback which .nay
have a telling effect on him ( row will be th-
llkelr man to take Howler's lilac- at tn. ko
while be will not tie expected to tl I the pollloii
eiiuallv as well as 1 Lie li 1 tz tackle he demonsirat
ed hia ability to ban. II- the position In a lii'sl-
class manner In the game Monday.
Aside from a few minor Injuries receive.! in
the game the rest of the team will Ik- In very
good conditio!! to meet the Mississippi Aggies
Moran has put the tram through light signal
practice dining Ihe two evenings nnd It Is n-t
likely that any severe work wilt be doue Hum
week cool vveatlier prevails the tcin.
seeina to get off faster and It Is anticipated
that bv Samrdnv Mor-iu will have tbe new men.
who take Vesmlnivsk) '8 nnd Bowlers pbn-es.
In first class trim.
I'nless the heavy band of tbe faculty or some
unforeseen misfortune overtakes the team th.-y
should finish tiie sea. in an undefeated team
and perhaps a team tUt has not had Its toal
line crossed The Fanners feel that Oklahoma
was their hardest foe. and now as tliey have
been laid on the ahelf tin- other learns will be
taken care of In g.ssl shape.
The Mississippi team unnajrer and coaches
will arrive here Krlda- at n-m in their sp.s lal
car They will take their meals at the training
table along with the Farmers and will use Kyle
Held for practice Friday afternoon.
Mississippi A. aud M. bus always been a
strong contender for Southern honors and a good
game Is assured. This will be one tlm- when
the press will not have the opportunity of say
In the Farmers outweigh their opponents.
The Mlsslssippiu.ua are as heavy in every de-
partment "a the Farmers aud If the Farmers
win It will be by superior football and not oo
beer weight aloue as. sccordlng to press reports
has been tbe case In the other games
Several members of the Texas A. and M. fac-
-f x W. -SJ-
-Photo by Cot trail and Blemlngton.
ill i Wlawnatft
They are typical vaiues from
this store as far beyond the
average and above ail as (his
store towers above all clothes
as perfectly styled as the mosr
expensive pure wool fabrics
all hand-tailored; here in im-
mense variety at these popular
Hutchinson I Mitoheli
The Store for Values in Men's Wear
Ity have been
connected u:tli Mis;-.Mpp! V
nn M. either ns
:il i.r li III. ml'' ; ' !I"V
...it .-;li nl' .lll'l-esl !S
teaching force and
being uiaiufested in
TEXAS PLEASED WITH TREATMENT.
Manager Pearaon Garrett of Longhorns
Thanks Carnival Association.
Manager P. II. liarn-tl of tV I niv. rsilv of
Texas football team issued tlio t..; Hii.g stale
ment after the game:
"We are well pleased with tie- .-Miiii.si. s o.-
tended by the people ..." 1I..ii-i.-:i n:i.l by th-
i'arniral Association. our I .-:.! io n: l.;is Is en
excellent and although enllilnsi:i-ri -t -I :i"t wax
as stroDg or attendance reach Ui. murk set hi
the A. aud M. -Oklahoma contest u. I.;ic III!:-
occasion to be greatly dissatisfied.
"I feel sure Texas would U- g'.-i.l t n::.ko
Houston an annual selection lor an ii.teis.-cttonal
battle and 11' more si'jib)c tiiiati.-io I niT.mg.--ments
can be secured there is little . 1 1 1 i lliat
the No-Tsu-Oh will be the annual . Ii-i for a
"Just what team we nmv meet in-u se.ison
In Hanaton under satisfactory t rms lb-re Is
nothing definite at this early dai--. 1 won..!
like to aee a resumption of iili.tions willi A.
and M. and there are many possibilities -!1 such
an encounter being arranged lu the ensuing
All Saints church Is having a Carnival
bazar at 1018 Congress avenue. Kefresh-
menta served. Thursday evening at 8
o'clock fancy artich-s will he sold at auc-
tion. All are Invited to come ami hid on
a handkerchief donated hy Mrs. "Wood-
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