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VETERANS GALORE HIGH SCHOOLS TO
AT IOWA GITY LOOK OYER MEN
Coach Chalmers' Hawkeye Team
Not Badly Bothered by
Special to The Journal.
Iowa City, Iowa, Aug. 5.Manager Nyle Jones
of the University of Iowa athletics'today issued
the call for candidates for the preliminary sea
son of 1903. The men are urged to appear on
Sept. 1 that they may be iead to engage in
actual work on the Monday following.
Manager Jones declares that the season is too
fin away to make leasonable any wholesale pre
dictions as to the eleven and its strength, but
he knows that eleven first-class men of last
jeur's squad will be backand ten of them
will surely play. The varsity will lose "Reddy"
Giiitlth, its spectacular quaiter Stoltcnberg and
Lee, ends Jordan and Jones, halfbacks, and
Knapp, end. Atkinson will return, but the
giant 245-pound guard avers he will not play.
The minor colleges of the state have been
coined for promising material, and much of it
has been tentathely pledged. Owing to the
new conference rule, these men aie not avail
able and, therefore, Manager Jones and Coach
Chalmers rejoice over the fact that a number of
stiong men who weie in the university last
season, but did not make the team because of
ineligibility or other causes, will be out this
year, determined to work for a place.
Familiar faces among the returning players
^fill doubtless continue to be prominent thruout
tie coming season. Captain Magowan will be
et en at fullbu wheie his hurdling, line
but king and tackling were features in 190*.
Rockwood, the Minnesota product will he at
guard again as his work during his freshman
yeni WHO phenomenal StrefT, noted for going
down with the ball on the punt, will he at
end again, and Schwln, who had never seen a
football ime before coming to Iowa two yeais
ago but who developed into au astonishingly
good man at tackle, and "Cresco" White, will
be seen at tackle
Moore and "Kent will try for center and quar
tet back respectnelv, their positions last year
'Tut/ 'White will again try for half, but may
be woikert at quarter. Allen, a biilliant half
in ll)i3 but a -victim of typhoid in 1904 will
be out again and Seidel, who was disabled at
CLiitei last season, will albo leturn. lie Is a
is.! pounder, noted as a charger who gets his
man on the Jump.
1 elkner, who has been acquiting adipose tissue'
as libr.iiian of the Carnegie library in Iowa
Citv seems to ha\e the making of a good ke
stone In him, nud will also be tried at center
Rnndall, a 190-pound tackle, who shone in class
te 1111 woik last season, Washburn, a fullback
from Wisconsin, who never got bevond the sec
oud eleven last 3 ear, largeh because of an at
tack of tjphold, Mvler. winner of the hurdles
at the Iowa state field meet and Mmphy, a
stite champion hurdler during his high school
dn s. will be strong bidders for end posts.
Piirsons a Cornell college importation, not eligi
ble until this year, and Brown, still another
1 \pert hurdler, lengthen Iowa's already long
list of possible ends Beicy, an Iowa City hlgh
pchool graduate, who has been a fine utility
mm, playing every position on the vaisity eleven
except quaiter duiing the past two jears, will
try for center.
Work in September.
With this and other hoped-for mateilal to
start with, Conch Chalmers will begin work in
September with a determination to mould a
team fully as good as that of 1904, if not
better than that eleven The engagement of
Di V\ ard, an osteopath seems to assure bettet
ph\slcal condition thruout the coming season
than last ear when fully 90 per cent of the
men lemaiued on the hospital list the gieater
piirt of the season Coach Chalmers has lepeat-
edU said that even in the face of his losses of
good men he mav with better fortune In the
nai of fewer cripples make a stronger eleven
with fewer stus lie makes no predictions as
to the system ho will adopt, but he is noted
for the demising of original plajs adapted to
the special gifts and abilities of his individual
pliveis and the teim, regardless of so-called
s\ stems He will not take the team up the
Ioui river as of old, but the work of training
will be done as last year, in the new gym and*
on Iowa held The latter has heen practically
reconstituted The corrected schedule for the
coming season was given out bj Manager Jones
tod 1 as follows
Sept 2FIowa vs Coe, Iowa Citv.
Sept. 30Iowa vs. Monmouth, Iowa City.
Oct 4Iowa vs Augustana Iowa City.
7Iowa vs Chicago, Chicago.
14Open, low a Cit\.
21Iowa vs. Minnesota, Minneapolis.
28Iowa vs Noimnl Iowa Citv
4Iowa vs fiiinnell Iowa City.
0. Oct Oct Oft Nov. Nov Nov Nov Nov
11Iowa vs Des Moines, Iowa City.
18Iowa vs Drake I niversity, Iowa City
23Town vs Ames, Ames
30Iowa vs St. Louis University, St.
Negotiations with Northwestern are off. seem
Ingh for good, as far as this season is con
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With the temperature up in the nineties, which
makes the very thought of moleskins oppressive,
the high-school football captains and managers
are beginning to plan for the coming season.
The time has passed when football at the high
schools is merely a haphazard guess whether
there will be a football series or not. It is
even graduated from tlsit stage in wbioh the
games are considered Kiteresting only because
they may develop material for the colleges and
the varblty. Last jear the games drew large
crowds and no one heard the players spoken of
as feeders for other aggregations.
The best news is that unless something en
tirely unexpected happens all the high schools,
East, Noith. Cential and South, will fight it
out for the championship. Last year after a
series of mishaps the South high team was dis
banded. Captain Chestnut had been injured in
the North high game the year before, Henry
Berg was lestrained by the faculty, Erickson
did not return, and it was also doubtful wheth
er the faculty would allow Kehoe and Saltness
to play. The season was so far advanced that
it was too late to break In new players, and
the schedule was cancelled. When Henry Berg
came back to school he was elected captain for
this year and immediately announced that there
would be a team. Manager Solera is already
laying his plans for the year, and a call for
candidates will be made as soon as school opens
It is desired this year to give some sort of a
benefit for the team or in some other way to
raise money so that uniforms can be secured
and a suitable field laid out for practice. Last
vear the manager was handicapped by a bank
nipt treasury. The school has shown in the
past that it can send a championship team into
the field, and If a little money spent for uni
forms and expenses can help along there aie
plenty who are willing to chip In. Coaches
Dobie, Hartman and Solem were on the field
last year, and it is hoped that their services
can be secured this year, at least for some
days before the final games. In the material at
hand will be Justin, Hairis Zalusky, Dalquist,
Stover, Elsbury, McGregor and Holmstrom.
North Has System.
North high will not deviate from the system
which won the championship last year. There
will be a severe loss inrthe backfield with Obcar
Ertl and Louis Bolser gone. However, Captain
Jack Marks will be*in his old position at full
back, and any players at his side will be able to
draw football learning from his example Left
halfback will be safe with the King brotheia
in the game. Henry Oswald and Jack Oswald
both have another year, and thej were both
stars last jear. It was expected that Case
would be back to go in at end, but he has left
school for good. Among the old players of last
veai who will be in the game are Smith, Bresky,
Swanson, Lelghtou and Fiank Lee.
Geoige Nye, who assisted Coach Be/nhagen,
and who contributed much to the winning of the
championship last year by his careful woik,
will not be with the team this year* John
Boinhagen will keep his eye on the players, and
Fied Burgan the varsity star and a graduate
of Noith high, will spend a good share of his
time with the team.
Frykman Is Out.
The announcement that Nat Frykman will not
captain East high has cast some cold water on
the hopes of the players on University avenue
kman will probably enter the university. His
old team mate behind the line, Brodeiick, has
been elected in his place Last year Broderlck
plajed a star game, winning the Hamllne game
with a tun the length of the field and duplicat
ing that event several times in other games
Just who will be the kicker on the team is
hard to deteiinine until the candidates are called
out. Foker will be back. Among the other
players of last year who will either be out in
uiufoim or will assist in the coaching are Mer
rill, Morison, Hughey, Hunter, King, West
brook, Rollins, Starrett, Sukey and Bunnell.
No announcement has been made as to the
coach. Professor Reynolds will have general
supervision. Last year Earle Wyman developed
a fast team out of what appeared to be very
raw material. The boys will make every effort
to secure his services again, and if he cannot
be with them all the time, it is hoped that he
will give as much of his time as possible.
Central will leap the benefit of last year's
polio of Ing to develop as many men as
possible Theie were several players on the
second team who ought to develop into good
players this year. The great trouble for the
past three yeais has been that the material
has been very light. Last year there was no
weight in the line. The playeis weie also
young and, altho they played hard in the games,
they did not train as systematically as did the
players of the other schools Central would ap
pe ar to have plenty of material when a glance
is taken at the school, but only a few playeis
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Captain Borg Has Rounded Up a
Lot of New Football
Special to The Journal.
Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 5.The approach of the
football season at Nebraska univeisity finds Cap
tain Borg and Assistant Coach Westover bestir
ring themselves with unusual vigor in mapping
out the program of practice. Before the close
of the last school year the Nebiasko athletic
boaid voted the necessary funds for a prelimi
nary training camp, a feature omitted from the
football cuiriculum of the cornbuskers since 1901,
and Borg and Westover are to be in charge, as
Booth will not come from New York until the
middle of September.
The camp is to be pitched on the banks of the
Platte liver The chosen candidates are expect
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of September, aftev which the party will move
to the camp for two weeks of preparation. As
sistant Coach Westover announces that but very
little attention will be devoted to football, the
men instead devotinng their time* to stunts
that should put them in physical trim for the
active football practice that will be ushered
in on the university campus when Booth, the
head coach, appears upon the scene.
No more than twenty-five men will be taken to
the camp, the appropriation provided by the ath
letic board not warranting any more than that
number. The veterans from last year are to
head the list, while the best of the substitute
squad of a year ago and the most promising of
the new candidates will complete the party. The
squad will return from camp only four days be
fore the first game of the 'season, but as the
initial contest will be against a light team
Booth anticipates that two or three days at sig
nal practice will suffice to prepare his pupils
for the customary opening victory.
Berg Is Pleased.
Borg is in high spirits over the outlook for
nevv material. He has been steady corre
spondence during the summer with at least a
half hundred desirable men, most of them play
ers of experience in the smaller institutions. He
figures that at least a third of this array should
materialize, and if his hopes are realized the
graduation of so many of Booth's veterans from
last yeai's team should not prevent him from
turning ou+ his usual strong aggregation. Borg
is maintaining a discreet silence as to the iden
tity of the prosnective candidates.
Meanwhile Boig is a bit feaiful that two of
the veterans upon whom he was counting will
not be eligible for football next year, altho
they will be in school. Last spring the athletic
boaid at Nebraska passed a stringent rule for
bidding summer baseball unless permission was
first granted in writing by the secretary of the
board. Even then to play upon a team where
any of its players received compensation, direct
ly or otherwise, would operate as a bai against
the university man's further participating in
Nebraska athletics. The board has determined
upon a rigid enforcement of this^ rule. Bor^
has been advised that two veteians are under
suspicion for a violation of the summer ball
rule. He fears that the evidence against them
will piove convincing and he has practically
abandoned all hope of their playing upon the
1905 football team as a result of the disclosures.
Other questions as to eligibility, such as schol
arship and residence, will come before the board,
and Borg will not be called upon to deal with
A glance at Borg's roster shows that more
than half of his men will be veterans. The
list includes himself at center, Cotton at tackle,
Benedict and Johnson ends, Weller, Wilson and
Eager backs. The place of Bender will be hard
to fill, but the return of Wilson, the line smash
er of the 1903 team, should go far to compen
sate for the departure of Bender. Wilson's line
plunging in 1903 was the greatest ever wit
nessed on Nebraska field, and Borg is confi
dent that Wilson will be better than ever this
year. Wilson has been in constant training on
his father's Iowa ranch all summer and he
piomises to join the training camp squad in su
perb condition. He has grown in avoirdupois
until he tips the beam at over 200, and at full
back, where Booth probably will decide to use
him, h-j should prove a veritable terror to op
get out and go thru the grind. What is needed
is more candidates and more preparation for
It was thought that Frank Morse would do
the coaching, but he may decide to try for the
freshman team at the univeisity. If he does
the coaching the team will be whipped into
shape early in the season There is a good
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taken care of. It is also hoped that Sig Harris
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GETTING READY TO START FOR THE FOOTBALL CAMPS
MANY NEW MEN
Lawrence University Team Prom
ises to Bo Very Strong
Special to The Journal.
Appleton. Wis., Aug. 4With the exception
of one man, Chael Gochnauer, captain of last
year's team, every member of the 1904 football
squad of Lawrence univeisity, A.ill return to
school next month. In addition to this unusually
favorable circumstance is the fact that Coacn
Koehler has a list of about twenty-eight other
prospective students who will try for the team,
and many of whom have a football leputatiou
that gives the dope man justification in placing
them in line as a member of the team. Briefly
stated, the prospects for the strongest team in
the histoiy of Lawience university, are very
bright for the coming season, and there is every
indication that a winning eleven will represent
the school in 1905.
Captain Robert Wolter has issued a call to
every old player and all the promising material
to report at his summer nome on Lake Winne
bago on Aug. 31, for early training. Accept
ances have been received from about two dozen
of the playerb. Coach Koehler will report at
that date and active preliminary work will bo
begtin. It is expected that signal work and
wind exercises will occupy most of the time of
the srmad while in camp prior to the opening of
school in the second week in September.
Among the most promising of the new men are
Herman Nelson of North Fond du Lac, who has
played two years on the strong Green Bay ath
letic team, and who has plajed on high-school
teams, leaving a good record. His weight
is a*out 172 pounds and his position is at end
or one of the halves. Fred Hunt of Marinette,
a member of last year's University of Wisconsin
team, has decided to come to Lawience. Charles
Beyer, a si\-footer, weighing about 180 pounds,
it. another candidate from Green Bay who will
try for the team. Louis Klaus of Gillett, a small
town just outside of Green Bay, and an athlete
of record, will report for early practice. He is a
line man and weighs 190 pounds. Emil Hinder
man of Marinette, said to be one of the fastest
bigh-school ends in the northern section of the
state, is coming to Lawrence. F. J. Bull, half
back, who played with Algoma last year, and
Graasse of Sturgeon Bav will also register at
Lawrence and try for the team.
Koehler on Hunt.
Ooach "Deacon" Koehler spent several weeks
touring the state this summer and while in
Appleton yesterday said "I feel justified in
saying at this time that Lawrence university dur
Ing tho coming season will have the strongest
representation on the gridiron in the history of
the school. I have found material enough dur
ing the summer to build up two strong teams,
and will have little difficulty in securing a
strong first eleven. I now have material enough
for at least thiee men in every position on the
team, and I must say some of it looks exception
ally good to me. Of course, it is too much to
say that Lawrence will get a team to defeat any
of the big nine teams., but it is no moie than
fair to warn them that they will have no easy
time when the doughty ministers meet them on
the gridiron next season,
"Lawrence has got a very strong schedule and
I fear that several of the big games are closely
bunched, but then, we will do our best to make
a stiong showing, and I know I've got material
that won't stand bv and see Lawrence's colors
dragged ignomltiiously in the mud."
Arrangements have already been made for the
establishment of training quarters at the Park
hotel, where a squad of thirty-five men will be
fed until such time as the coach sees fit to pare
the number. A new consignment of football
suits, complete, arrived during the summer and
a new tacklingi bag for early practice also is on
hand. Everything has been done to expedite
the work of getting the squad into training.
The schedule for the coming season follows:
Sept. 23Chicago university at Chicago.
Oct. 7Wisconsin university at Madison.
Oct. 14Ofihkosh normal at Oshkosh.
Oct. 21Beloit at Appleton.
Oct. 28Minnesota university at Minneapolis.
Nov. 6North Dakota university at Grand
Nov. 11Marquette or Lake Forest at Milwau
kee or Lake Forest.
Nov. ISRipon at Appleton*
ANOTHER JEFFRIES APPEARS.
New York Sun Special Service,
Los Angeles, Cal., Aug. 5.Jim Jeffries hav
ing retired after defeating every heavyweight
in the world, Jack Jeffries is preparing to
re-enter the ring and prove himself the second
champion in the Jeffries family. "I mean
business," said Jack, yesterday, "and the first
man I will go after is Marvin Hart Since
Jim's retirement Hart has assumed the title
and has been recognized as the man to beat
to win the championship."
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BADGERS OUT TO
One Game and That from Minne
sota Is the Object of Year's
Special to The* Journal.
Madison, Wis., Aug. 5.The football season
at Wisconsin will open about the 1st of Sep
tember, when the badger team will go to Mail
nette,*the home of Captain Vanderboom, for their
pieliminary piactice. A squad of nearly forty
men will be taken to the northern part of the
state and will be kept there until the opening of
the college year. It is expected that training
will be well under way when' the men return to
Madison. The game with Minnesota Nov. 4
makes it necessary for Wisconsin to-round into
shape early. The badgers have their hearts set
on cleaning up the gophers, the opinion being
freely voiced that they would willingly lose all
the other games if they can only take the starch
out of Ooach Williams' aggregation.
At this early date Wisconsin's chances in foot
ball this fall is merely a matter of speculation,
but the return of Phil Kink has inspired con
fidence and the prospects are considered favora
ble. It is expected Coach King will reach
Madison about the first week in September. As
sociated with him will be Holt, former coach
of Illinois. Holt played a tackle position at
Princeton, and guard at Harvard. His time
will be devoted to the badger line.
New Men Out,
In addition to the change in coaches/ Wiscon
sin will also get a number of new men that will
strengthen her mateilally. Rossette, a big
200 pounder, who has played four years on the
Eau Claire high-school team, will wear the
badger uniform this fall. Nordenholdt, a for
mer star on the Chicago university team, will be
one of the cardinal squad. Besides being heavy
men, both Rossette and the old maroon player
are Bpeedy. Shepard, another speedy man with
lots of beef, will try for a line position. Of last
year's team the following will return to the
university and play football" Findlav^, left end
Bertke, left tackle Fleischer, right guard
Brindley, light tackle Bush, right end, Cap
tain Vanderboom, left half, and Donavan, guard.
It is not yet certain whether or not Remp,
center, will be back.
Wisconsin's schedule shows midweek games
which is an innovation here. The plans has
proved successful in other places,and Manager
Downer is going to give it a trial at Wisconsin.
The schedule follows
Sept. 30Northwestern college, Naperville, at
Oct. 4Marquette at Madison.
Oct. 7Lawrence university, Appleton, at
Oct. 11Chicago physicians and' eurgeans, at
Oct. 14Notre Dame, at Madison or Milwau
Oct. 21Chicago at Madison.
Oct. 28Alumni at Madison.
Nov. 4Minnesota at Minneapolis.
Nov. 11Beloit at Madison.
Nov. 18Michigan at Ann Arbor.
Tlie alumni game has a double purpose. It
will be the means of giving the badgers a good
practice contest after the Chicago game and
the plan is to keep as many of the old stars
here the week before the Minnesota game as.
possible to assist the regular coaches in giving
the badgers finishing touches before the gopher
Wisconsin will probubly again play Princeton
football, which is known as an "open game
Much is expected of Coach King, who has been
in close touchl with football in the east the past
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FOR SALEBARBER SHOP, THREE CHAIRS
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HARDWARE FOR SALECLEANV
August 5, 1905.
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SOUTH DAKOTA TO
HAVE GOOD MEN
Arthur Whittemore Will Find
Many Veterans for His
Special to The Journal.
Vermillion, S. D., Aug. 5.For the first time
in several years the state university will open
in September without a schedule of football
games arianged. Ihru neglect a manager was
not elected before tho university closed, conse
quently nothing definite can be done until an
election occurs or someone is given power to
airange foi the season's games. It has been
the custom at the Univer<y of South Dakota
for the manager to arrange the games subject
to approval of the board of contioL But sim
ply because of this oversight, it does not fol
low that good games will not be played.
Captain H. A. Brown has been skirmishing
around all summer for new material, and, altho
he will not be here to report for a few weeks
jet, it is thought he has several good men on
the string. But, while there is alwajs chance
for improvement in the line-up, and new candi
dates are welcomed, it is some consolation to
know that a majority of last year's regular*,
will be on hand again this year. Heretofore it
has been impossible to get the men together be
fore the opening of the school year, about the
middle of September, but an effort will be made
to bring them here this fall about Sept. 1. It
is possible that arrangements can be made
within a few days for choosing a manager,
thereby obviating the necessity of arranging a
schedule late in the fall.
Arthur H. Whittemore will again coach the
state university eleven, this being his fourth
year at the institution. At the close of the
jear last June he resigned his position, feeling
that three years was long enough for him to le
main at the university, but so great was the
demand for his services that he decided to re
main this season. During the summer vacation
he is in the east for the purpose of studying
new plays and it is believed he will be better
qualified than ever to coach the "cornfed giants''
who will line up in September. Whittemore is
an old Brown university player, and since com
ing to South Dakota has taught university gi id
iron aspirants moie real football than all other
Among the regulars of last year who will
probably return for another year are- Case,
left end Brown, captain, left tackle Lees, left
guard Kolb and Johnson, center Tollofson,
light guard Cuppett, right tackle, Reimer, right
end, McCarter, quarter, Newcomb, quarter,
Simpson, left halfback Walker, right halfback,
Lattin and Evans, fullbacks.
With Coach Whittemore in the far east and
Captain Brown at his home in the northern part
of the state, there is no telling who the new
men are or what show they will have to mako
the eleven. They will certainly have to bo
veiy fast, as the bunch of regulars named above
are good ones in their respective positions. Pios
pects aie ceitainly bright for a strong eleven
at the university this fall, and with the re
turn of captain and coach, activity will be ap
parent in football circles all along the line.
CLARION HAS HOPE
Special to The Journal.
Iowa Falls, Iowa, Aug. 0.Clarion will put
a strong football team in the field this fall
A coach has been hired, and the team will go
into tiaining early, so as to be readv to meet
opposing teams eaily in the seabon. The sched
ule alieady arranged includes games with the
teams from this cit\, the East high and Cap
ital Paik teams of Des Moines Ida Grove,
Marshalltown, Dubuque, and other well known
state elevens. John Von Lieu will coach the
HAVE $1,000 TO INVEST WITH SERVICES
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BLACKSMITH SHOP FOR SALE ON ACCOUNT
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Special to The Journal. "4*f
Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 5.From a footbatf
standpoint last season was the most successful in
the history of athletics at the University of
North Dakota, and still greater things are an
ticipated for the season that will open in a
Much of the credit for the success of the foot
ball department of the university last season
due to the efforts of Dr. G. Sweetland, Jr
the physical director, who inBtilled more en
thusiasm into the different athletic departments_/3H
than all the directors who have ever been en
gaged at the university combined.
Dr. Sweetland developed the best football team
that has ever represented North Dakota, and\
the coming season will probably see an even*
stronger team, altho it may not show up to,
strong in the start, as many of the old men will
not be back this year. Included in those whot
will not return is Victor Wardrope, who was*,,*
captain of the team for two years. John Wil-
liams was recently elected captain of the 1905-6
team, and It Is believed that the selection could
not be improved upon, he having* played good
football for several years in the different grades
at the university. Other strong men who will
not return this year are Ward, Robinson and
Houska, altho the latter may return to take post
All of the old backs, Davis, Fawcett, WeUs
and Williams, will be back. Chick Conmy, who
played quarterback on the St. Thomas seminary
team last fall, will try for the first team.
Eates, the fullback of the '03 team, will be
'back. Wheeler, Casselton, will probably be at
the university this year. He played fullback
on the Casselton high-school team. Dean, Mc
Donald, Burtness and Nelson of the line will all
be back this year, and Wilford Fawcett, half
back on the Grand Forks high-school eleven last
season, will try for end. Swenseid of last
season's second team, stands a good show of
making the varsity, as does Westergard. Tho
univeisity opens this year on Sept. 26, but
Dr. Sweetland expects to get the football mate
rial on hand by Sept. 20.
In the second team last year there were a
number of promising players, and all will bo
given a chance to make the first team. Dr.
Sweetland has about completed the schedule.
but in some instances definite dates have not
been decided upon.
The first games will be played against the
Grand Forks high school. Then the university
alumni will be taken on. The first big game will
be on Northrop field against Minnesota Oct. 7.
On Oct. 9 the eleven will play Fargo college
at Fargo, and on Oct. 14 either Hamllne or Du
luth will be here. On Oct. 21 the Fargo agricul
tural college will plav here and Lawrence col
lege of Annleton will be here Oct. 80. St.
Thomas con-en for a game Nov. 6 and on NOT.
11 the v.i team goes to Fargo for a second
game with ihe agricultural college. On NOT.
23 the elncn goes to Sioux City for a game
with Momingside college. and on NOT. 30.
Thanksgiving day, North Dakota will play the
Iowa state team at Iowa City. Several other
games will be arranged, and altogether the
schedule is by far the strongest that North Da
kota has ever played.
Dr Sweetland is now in Oregon, but before
leaving he personally went over all the football
and other athletic paraphernalia, and when tba
season opens this year it Will be found that the
teams will be better equipped than ever before,
a laxity in this direction usually resulting in
veiy tirescme delays in getting the elevens In
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waid. 3448. Journal.
LOANS ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES
Policies bought. C. L. Abbott. 308 Andrus bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN AT LOWEST RATES: NO
delay. Thayer & Gale, 213 N. Y. Life bldg.
LOANS ON LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES NO
delay. Ins. Loan Co., 508 Onpida block.
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY PROPERTY LOW
rates. J. H. Bird. 625 Andrus bnildlns.
WE LOAN ON FURNITURE, PIANOS, HORSES,
wagons, waiehouse receipts and salaries.
Lowest and best lates.
Minneapolis Financial Co.,
403 New York Life Bldg.
WILLIAMS, 434 GUARANTY BUILDINOj
loans on furniture, pianos or any security
large loans a soe-ialty terms to suit borrow
ers, lowest prices.
RICE LOANS ON ALL KINDS OF PERSONAL
property, charges reasonable. 50$ Globe bldg.
WANTED TO RENT
HAVE YOU PROPERTY TO RENT1 0
make a fcpeclalty of renting and taking
care of all kinds of property, managing
estates, etc. I can save you money.
Walter L. Badger, 800 Oneida Bldg. 0
OOOOOOO O O O O 0 O O 00000
LAUDERDALE CO. & SLOANE HAVE
many calls for small flats. Send yours
in, we can rent and care for them.
355 Temple Court.
WANTED TO RENTBY ADULT FAMILY OF
two, by Sept. 1, a modern seven or eight
room house, or would take the lower apart
ments of a two-flat bouse location and sur
roundings must be good Call In forenoon, or
address 443 Andrus building.
WANTED TO BENTSMALL, NEAT COT
tage, with good yard prefer place in suburbs
near Harriet, Bryant or Washburn Park car
line. answer promptly, best references. Ad
dress 3247, Journal.
WANTEDBY FAMILY OF TWO ADULTg,
Sept. 1, four-room modern flat or four un
furnished rooms in modern house. Not to
exceed $20. .1406, Journal.
WANTEDBY SEPT. 1, TWO OR THREE MOD
ern rooms, unfurnished or partly furnished
walking distance from town. References ex
changed. 3295, Journal.
GENTLEMAN AND WIFE WANT ONE LARGB
or two connecting rooms in strictly modern
house, with board private family preferred.
Address 8346, Journal.
A RELIABLE BUSINESS MAN WOULD LIKE
to rent a furnished house until Oct. 1 or 15
during the time his new house Is being built.
Address 3463, Journal.
WANTED TO BENTFOUR OR FIVE-ROOir
flat or house, modern, with or without heat,,
near the North Side high school, between lfj
Aug. 20 and Sept. 1.
WANTEDTHOROUGHLY MODERN FIVE 0,
six-room flat or cottage, good location and.
moderate rent hest of references. Address
WANTEDTHREE OR FOUR STRICTLY MOD-'
ern rooms with heat for light housekeeping.
Sunnyside preferred good ieferences. 2849,
WANTEDSIX OR SEVEN-ROOM FLAT IN
fiat house must be near car line in good loca
tion and modern in every respect. 3125. Jour-,
WANTED BY SEPT. 15SIX OR SEVEN-ROOM
modern cottage near Lake Calhoun state
price best care given. Address 2859. Journal.
WANTED TO RENTEIGHT OR NINE-ROOM,
modern house, Sunnyslde preferred will pay
$40 to $50 per month. Address 3197, Journal.
WANTED TO RENTHOUSE, SEVEN TO
nine rooms, furnished or unfurnished, for
two or three months. Address 3355, Journal.
modern house on or before Sept. 1. Addrei
J. S. Blair. 320 Chamber of Commerce.
WANTED BY AUG. 16SEVEN OR EIGHT
rooiu modern house, eighth ward. Hamre.
Nordstrom & Co 215 New York Life
WANTED FOR SEPT. 1SMALL
house or cottage in Calhoun district give fttlk-1
description, rent, etc. 8161, Journal. j?
WANTED TO RENTBY YOUNG COUPLE,
modern five-room bouse or flat state loca- A
tion and terms. 2861, Journal.
FURNISHED FLAT WANTEDANY TIME BE
fore Nov 1, bv young conple, without chU
dren. 3396. Journal.
FLAT IN DETACHED HOUSE, WITH HEAT OB?
heating plant small family best refenercea.