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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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By settling a few minor arguments
between schools, Turkey day cleaned
up the remnants of the 1915 football
season. One important college game
and a flock of high school contests
ended the bill.
Cornell met the University of Penn
sylvania at Philadelphia and added
another big win, 24 to 9. The Quak
ers, who were not given a chance to
win in the passing of the, dope,
played some classy football in the
first half, leading Cornell, 9 to 0.
Clever openfield running by Barrett
and Shiverick swamped the Penns
during the latter periods.
In West Virginia the W. Va. uni
versity took an easy one from the
W. Va. Wesleyan, 30 to 0. The state
championship was at stake.
On high school fields games were
plentiful. 'Chicago teams journeyed
to other cities and states, and as
usual the losses were enormous.
Two bright spots in the murky
showings made by city prep teams
came in the games of Evimston acad
emy and De Paul university.
The Northwestern preps faced
Louisville high school boys in Ken
tucky and before they returned to
Chi. gave thanksgiving for a score
of 17 to 0 over the southerners. De
Paul university cleaned the dreaded
Keewatin academy, with Guyon, for
mer all-American star at Carlisle,
13 to 7.
The De Paul academy also won
with St Ignatius against it This
leaves De Paul holding the Catholic
prep championship of the county.
Other scores were:
Notre Dame 30, Texas 7.
Syracuse 6, Montana 6.
Kansas 8, Missouri 6.
Aln'es 28, Drake 14.
Clinton, la., 35; Crane 0.
Morgan Park 13, Areola 7.
Sioux Falls 32, Wendell Phil 6.
Oak Park Minors 27, Princeton 0.
Mason City 20, Hyde Park 0.
East Aurora 25, West Aurora 0.
Sioux City 3, Englewood 0.
Detroit Central 39, Oak Park 7.
Minona Aggies 30, Warsaw 0.
The six-day bicycle race ended last
night in a squable. Two teams quit
the contest because they were pen
alized, the scorers were balled up in
their estimates and the crowd got
sore. rt
But Percy Lawrence and Willie
Hanley of San Francisco took the
prize. The distance covered was
2,582 miles.
Promoters of the race today filed
notice of suspension of Root and
Lawson and Cameron and Kaiser,
wtio quit the race about an hour be
fore the close. The suspension will
prevent participation in the New
York race next month.
. .In nine minutes Joe Stecker of Ne
braska flopped Yussif Hussane, the
Buigarian-Turkl at Lincoln. Until
Stecker got a scissors and bar lock
and a scissors and wrist lock the
Turk had ambitions on the world's
George Goulding of Canada has
won so many medals in walking
races his chest is barely wide enough
to carry all of them, but he is not
satisfied. He has come to the United
States to get into all big hoof meets
se he can knock the wadding out of
all hoofing records from 75 yards to
ten miles.
Most of Goulding's records have
been set indoors. He holds the
marks for one, two, three and four
miles and 10,000 meters. In his first
shot at outdoor records a short time
ago he set a new mark for two miles.
The two-mile record was formerly
held by G. E. Lamer of England. jpv,
Larner holds about ten outdoor rec- -?
ords and Goulding is after all of them.
In order to be able to walk faster
than anybody else in the world
Goulding trains all the time. He's in
training even when he walks down
the street While most folks go alone
leisurely, he walks in his speed stride

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