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DEC. 27, 1929
90,000 Fans Expected to Attend Army-Stanford Grid Battle Saturday Cadets Place Victory Hope on Red Cagle Soldiers Hold First Open Drill: Cardinals Work in Secret. WARNER LOSES CENTER By United Prrst STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Cal. Dec. 27.—Coach Pop Warner of Stanford and Coach BlfT Jones of the United States Military Academy, stole each others thunder today. With the game but twenty-four hours away, Warner, who all this week had admitted scribes and spec tators to practice sessions, declared secret practice today while Jones, who had allowed no one within shouting distance of the stadium, announced that sports writers and the public might watch the Army work out. Warner Tricks Expected It was assumed that “Pop” will open his bag of tricks and allow something new’ and different to roll out at the last minute, while Jones undoubtedly has decided his team is in perfect condition and that no harm can come from letting the boys be seen tossing the ball around, running signals and punt ing. Excitement over the game is run ning high, and some 90.000 persons are expected to witness the spectacle Saturday. The intersectional con test will be broadcast by two na tional broadcasting chains. Heinecke Has Cold Both teams wdll present their regular lineups, with the exception of one replacement for Stanford. Perry Taylor will fill the center po sition for the Cardinals in place of Walt Heinecke. w’ho is nursing a severe cold. Stanford, on a basis of com parative scores and last season’s 26 to 9 victory over the Army, ruled a slight favorite. A Stanford victory depends on one thing—stopping Cagle. Whether he can be stopped without the presence of Bob Sims, the only man who could stop him last year, remains to be seen. Army will have to solve Stanford’s tricky reverses if it expects to win. Offensively, the Army doesn’t need to worry w’hile Cagle is around, but will have a man sized job to stop the Cardinals’ sweeping end runs and Fleishhacker’s line plunges and triple pass attacks. Independent Net Notes, Gossip Greensburg Red Tags upset the dope bucket by capturing the second annual amateur Christmas day tourney at Mot fan town, defeating Monrovia in the finale. 6 to S5. In the semi-finals. Red Tags pulled the sunrise of the day by beating Morgantown Green Lanterns, state ama teur champions. 26 to 25. Four nights be fore, the Lanterns had beaten Red Tags at Oreensburg. 43 to 23. Lanterns were unable to check the Schrleber brothers and Goddard. Bill McCracken, brother of Branch, the I. U. captain and star, led Monrovia Branch sat on the coaching bench for the Monrovia squad. Marmon Motor Car Company of Indian apolis will play the Green Lanterns at Morgantown next Tuesday night. Hayes Body Cardinals will practice at Pennsy gym Sunday morning at 10. Fol lowing members are requested to be pres ent: F. Foley. C. Berman. F. Meyers, H. Fppen, w. Nelison, W. Martin. J. Jackson. If Marley. H. McCurry. Haves plays Holy Trinity Juniors at Holy Trinity hall at 1:30 p. m. Sundays A fast, team playing in the 14-to-16- year-old class wants games with teams who have access to gyms. Call Lincoln 1039 after 6 p. m. and ask for Art Miller, Riverside Cube. Holy Heme Juniors plav Rhodtus Dark Horses Saturday night. For games with Junior* call Drexel 3428 and ask for Red, between 6:30 and 6:30 p. m. Communal Cube, playing in the 9-to-12- year-old class, would like to get games with teams having access to gvms. Phone Drexel 0346, between 5 and 6 p. m.. and ask for Harry. Oaleston Ramblers, playing in the 14- ♦o- 16-year-old class, defeated East Tenth M. E. Juniors. 39 to 2R Klrkmond and E. Fowlev led the sinners. Ramblers are undefeated and desire games with teams having access to gyms. Call Cherry 3235 and ask for Joe. Reserve Loan Life Insurance Company would like to book games for next Sun day afternoon and Thursday night with teams having access to gyms. Call George Sunkel. Drexel 3099-M. Sahara Grotto will resume play again Saturday night after a two weeks' lay off, playing Delco Remy at Brookside community gvin in an exhibition game. Searle Proffitt, one of the outstanding high school guards in the state with Lebanon last season, has been added to the Grotto lineup. Grottos have a few open dates for road games In January and February. City and state teams playing Saturday night or Sunday afternoon games, write Rov Baker. 1025 Madison avenue. Army-Stanford Tilt on Air "VKES'jffift. Cal.. Dec. 27.—Two chains will broadcast the Stanford- Army football classic here Saturday, it was announced today. The sta tions follow: NBC Chain—WEAF. WEEI. WJAR. WTAG. WLIT. WCAE. WRC. WTAM, WWJ. WOW. WTMJ. KSTP. WAPI. WKY, WTAA. WOAI. KOA. ROW. KFI, ROMO. KHQ and WCFL. CBS Chain—WDAC. WNAC. WKOW, WMAQ. WBBM. WHK. RMBC. WABC. WLBW. WBAN. RMOX. WMAL. WHP. WTBM. WMT. WFIW, WISN. OCO. WWNC. WXSBJ. WBRC. TOD. WREC, KLRA. WIBW. KTH. KXZ. KHJ. XFRC, KVI and others. SOUTHERNER TO CUBS I* Wameke from the Shreveport club in the Southern Association, is to become a member of the Cubs’ pitching staff. He is a big south paw. MILLER TIRES Ccnri’tl to the Road on EASY CREDIT TERMS llunranteetl *• An) Tire of Equal I’i'j‘e ' Rose Tire Cos. 365 S. Meridian St. He’ll Face Wood* Here Monday Jimmy Sayers TN one of the four eight-round feature scraps on the Tomlin son hall ring bill Monday night, the aggressive Jimmy Sayers, La fayette, will swap punches with Kid Woods, Indianapolis. These lads are long-time rivals and there seldom is an idle moment when they clash. Jackie Coogan and Willie Yap also are booked to travel eight rounds Monday and Matchmaker Atherton was completing the re mainder of his program today. 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By Time* Special LAFAYETTE, Ind., Dec. 27. Coach Lambert's 1930 Purdue bas ketball five will have an enviable record to uphold when it jumps Into conference competition here Jan. 11 against Michigan, last year’s co champions, for teams coached by the Boilermaker mentor in the past eleven years hold the edge over all conference foes in the matter of games won and lost. In the period since the war Lam bert's squads stand head and shoul ders above all other conference fives on the basis of long-time standing. The Bolermakers have played 125 conference games sime the war and have won more than two-thirds of their starts, while win ning or sharing in four Big Ten titles. Although statistics and figures usually tell a rather cold story in recounting athletic achievements, Purdue’s eleven-year conference record provides a convincing tale of consistently dangerous fives. In the 125 games played, Purdue has won eighty-five, while losing only forty, for a victory percentage of .680. Northwestern, Ohio and Indiana have fared the worst at the hands of the Boilermakers, while Michi gan, last year’s co-champion, is the only squad that comes within a game of being on even terms with the Lambertmen. Ohio has won only three games out of sixteen starts against Purdue, while North western has managed to win four out of eighteen games. Indiana, Purdue’s traditional rival, has a little better record than Ohio, with four victories out of sixteen games. YOt I ( 6nT Nl II 1 4YH fiIKF Vo Extra Charge for Credit * . r> m ■ I ri 1 inn POIH nIS stocks reveals 378 odd garments. Only ■ Just Forget the Cash and UnYlPli f l Hurry to Rite s Saturday! 11V ■■w fa ■ prlces tbat are positivcly ir - I Pick one or more of these fine garments and pay the .x . hm.hjui,i—nrfßjg l balance nest year! 39 Ladies’ Smart 82— Men’s Suits* O’Coats <|j 4 Fur-Trimmed L-J/Mk Fie’t ’em out. men! 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Michigan has won five games while Purdue has won six in an eleven-game se ries, w’hile the Boilermakers have j taken six out of ten from Wiscon sin. Purdue holds an 8 to 5 advantage over Chicago's Maroons, and has won nine out of fifteen games w’ith low’a. Illinois has been held to only seven victories In eighteen starts, while Minnesota has finished on the long end of the score only three times in ten games. Purdue’s western conference bas ketball record for the eleven-year period from 1919 to 1929, inclusive, follows: , Purdue Opponents Won, Lost. Points. Points. Northwestern J 4 4 598 420 Ohio 13 3 584 424 Minnesota ....... 7 S 303 284 Indiana ~12 4 463 394 Wisconsin ........ 6 4 263 234 Illinois 11 7 529 448 lowa 9 6 453 396 Chicago 8 5 397 306 Michigan 5 4 2G6 270 Totals 85 40 3,861 3,176 GOOD LOOKING , FOR A LONG TIMEI ■ > , / A 1 I” every conceivable way these oxfords bear out Marott’s unsurpassed standards of EH9 STYLE . . . QUALITY . . . SERVICE . . . and VALUE. Sturdy black or tan . calfskin I Down the Alleys In Thursday's Times we stated that the St. Philip A. C. 200 scratch sweepstakes would be rolled on the St. Philip alleys Dec. 29. 30. and Jan. 1. The date should have read Dec. 28. 29 and Jan. 1. The 1.000 team, sweepstakes, scheduled for the Indiana alleys Jan. 1. is receiving a lot of attention from the bowlers, who roll on the Delaware. Illinois and In diana alleys, and a large entry will com pete for the fine pTize awards. Teams that have failed to enter to date can secure reservations bv calling Webb Wal lace or John Blue at the Indiana alleys. Oscar Taylor, the vet with the. big hook, was seen taking instructions from the north side barber, in a practice session at Pritchett's Thursday. Lefty Scearce, who held a “hot” hand in the 400 doubles at the Illinois alleys last Sunday, has boosted his average since he started to practice regularly. Hod Eller, who recently won the all events championship in the city tourna ment. has received a challenge from another member of the police department for the championship among the cops. Hod is willing to roll whoever his opponent may be. but is also busy trying to unravel the mystery and learn his opponent’s name before stepping on the alleys. Bowling but very few games in practice. Jerry O’Grady is pro 'ing to be a natural bowler bv hanging . to his 206 average in league play. Thn popular east side vet certainly carries a bunch of dynamite in his mineralite. City churches have made the biggest gains in the past few years in the bowling game, practically every church in the city having one or more teams, with some of them boasting of two or three leagues. Harmon, the popular manager of the Fountain Square alleys, is always on the job, trying to figure new prize awards for the patrons of these drives, but hopes that Bob Haagsma will let up, and stop winning every prize he offers. Jess Pritchett is busy these days pre- WITH LEFTY LEE paring for his annual $lO classic, which will be rolled Jan. 5. Jess is a national figure in the bowling game, and bowlers of prominence from surrounding cities plan to enter this meet to swell the local entry. Farnan. Kraft. Morton and Binder the Ft. Wayne favorites, will be numbered among the out-of-town entry. Young Joe Michcalis Is going bigger and better than ever this year, and promises to take his place among the best in the city. Another 400 doubles at the Illinois alleys for Sunday has been carded. Entry fee is $1.25 per man, which includes bowling. Hardin, who threatened to become a bowicr for a few weeks, has given up this pastime, and is devoting his spare time taking lessons on pocket billiards from Oscar Taylor. Elmer Mallory is still trying to use a Yo-Yo ball to knock down the ten pins. Robinson of the Illinois alleys has been strutting sinct his ur.cle Bill Samuels of Anderson rolled a 300 game. Don't forget to get your entry in for the 190 scratch singles at the Uptown alleys. This is an annual affair and will be rolled on Dec. 29. 31 and Jan. 1. Since Bill Stick took to getting his own wood. Shorty Vogelsang is busy riding the big bov. Shorty used to carry Bill all the time, and can not become accustomed to the new order of things. TEACHERS ELEVENS SIGN KALAMAZOO, Mich., Dec. 27. The football teams of Western State Teachers, here, and lowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls, will meet here Nov. 28, 1930, it has been an nounced. The game will bring to gether two of the biggest Teachers colleges in the country. ORIOLES TAKE M’GOWAN Baltimore Gives Pitcher in Exchange for Outfielder. pji Timm Special ST. LOUIS. Dec. 27.—Outfielder Frank McGowan will make another trip back to the minors after several attempts to make good in the ma jors. The Browns have traded him to Baltimore for Pitcher Holshou ser, young right-hander. 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