Newspaper Page Text
terback Dorais was the Notre Dame
star, scoring one touchdown, kicking
three field goals and two from touch
downs. Several blacksmith shops will now
reopen for business. '
Cornell beat Pennsylvania, 21 to 0,
the second time the Big Red team
has won the annual clash in 21 years.
Penn never had a chance and was on.
the defensive throughout.
Notre Dame, 29; Texas, 7.
St. Thomas, 13; Marquette, 0.
Western Reserve, 17; Case, 6.
Syracuse, 75; St. Louis, 0.
Has. Indians, 39; Christian B. C, 10.
Oklahoma, 14; Colorado, 3.
Cornell, 21; Pennsylvania, 0.
Pittsburgh, 7; Penn State, 6.
Carlisle, 13; Brown, 0.
W. and J., 52; Bucknell, 0.
Fostoria, Ohio, 25; Lake, 0.
Springfield, EL, 48; Crane Majors, 0.
Sioux City, 25; Wendell Phillips, 0.
Areola, 59; Lake View, 3.
Rensselaer, Ind., 34; Bowen, 0.
Danville, 111,, 74; Crane Minors, 0.
Scott of Toledo, 40; Lane, 10.
If Otto Knabe succeeds Joe Tinker
as Cincinnati manager, they had bet
ter put Joe in the American League.
There is bad blood enough between
these two pfayers.
Jack- Dillon was an easy winner
over Sailor Petroskey in a 12-round
bout at Butte, Mont. Dillon floored
his man in the eighth round, Petros
key's nerve was the only thing that
kept him in the fight He was badly
FEW ATTEND SULZER MEETING
Less than 1,000 in Orchestra Hall
last night heard former Governor
Sulzer of New York tell of his battle
with Tammany, which resulted in his
impeachment and also the subse
quent whipping the tiger received at
the hands of the voters of New York.
Sulzer pictured himself as a "victim
of the Murjrhy machine. He admitted
he had made mistakes before being
elected governor, but said he had
tried to do differently after taking
He said Murphy tried to own him
and had offered him $1,000 a month
over his regular salary from the
The first break with Tammany
came, according to Sulzer, when he
refused to appoint Jim Gaffney a
member of the state highway com
NEW ALBANIAN KING
Prince Frederick of Wied (German
county), who has been selected King
of Albania bythe European powers.
A motorist was repairing his car
on a country road. -'Trouble?" ask
ed -a bystander. "Yes," was the la
conic answer. "What power car is
it?" "Forty horse." "What seems
to be the matter with it?" "Well,
from the way she acts, I should say
that thirty-nine of the horses are
" i V lift TibV "' i ftfrl