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■TOri \ . ' . •I !ji 1 Rockne and Notre Dame Start Preparing for Carnegie Tech Game TARTANS DECLARED ! TO HAVE POWERFUL ! OFFENSE BY SCOUT Michigan Is Established Slight Favorite to Wallop Ohio State Saturday j GOPHERS BATTLE INDIANA ! Purdue and Northwestern Fa vorites in Other Big Carnes Next Week-End Chicago. Oct. 13.—(JD— I The heat was on at Notre Dame today as • Knute Rockne started polishing for the make or break spot in his suicide schedule the Carnegie Tech game Saturday. * With 10 tough games as well as the • dedication of a new stadium to figure i on. Rockne has coasted until this l -week, taking Southern Methodist and Navy in stride. But Carnegie Tech , is something else again. Along with keeping clear its slate. Notre Dame still recalls the sklbos were the only 1 outfit to scuff the sod of old Carter 1 field enough to score a victory, and , there is no intention to let the east erners accomplish the feat in the new plant. Chevigny Is Excited Assistant Coach Jack Chevigny scouted Carnegie last Saturday when Georgia Tech was crushed, 31 to 0, and reported to Rockne that Coach Walter Stef fan has a physically per fect squad and the most varied of fense he had ever seen. And Chevigny played on some good Notre Dame teams. All the Notre Dame cripples, fullback Larry Mullins, and regular tackles Dick Donaghue and Prank Leahy, were ready for duty today and Rockne ordered full speed ahead. There should be plenty of fireworks in the Big Ten. Michigan’s Wol verines, looking more robust Satur day than at any time before, will play at Ohio State, while Northwest ern will meet Illinois at Urbana, and Indiana invades Minnesota. The ln tersectional complexion will be pro vided by the east and south. Penn sylvania will play Wisconsin at Mad ison. while Old Man Stagg’s Chicago, eleven will be host to Charlie Bach man’s Florida ’Gators. Purdue, the defending Big Ten champion, will go to lowa City to give the lowa folks their lone look at a conference game. The Hawkeyes still were under ban when the sched ules for this season were made, and a game with the Boilermakers was all they could line up against a Big Ten foe. Fortified by its somewhat unex pected victory over Purdue, Michigan will be plenty tough for Ohio State. The Buckeyes, however, demonstrat ed they have great power, hut need to learn when to apply it. They out gained Northwestern Saturday, scor ing 13 first downs to seven, but most of their gaining was done between the 20 yard lines and they took a 19 to 2 beating. Purple Meets Illinois Northwestern, even without Hank Bruder, figures to be too powerful for Illinois’ inexperienced squad. The Illlni defeated Butler, 27 to 0, and showed improvement over their form of a week ago,'but should prove no more than a good test for Northwest ern’s veterans. Minnesota’s heroic stand against Stanford's powerhouse Saturday makes the Gophers a heavy choice over Indiana. The Hoosiers managed to get a 7-7 tie with the Oklahoma Aggies Saturday, but that accom plishment hardly compared with Minnesota’s 0-0 stand-off with Pop Warner’s eleven. Wisconsin’s blos somed out with something in troun cing Chicago. 34 to 0. Coach Thlstle thwaite displayed a dozen backs of varsity caliber, along with a strong line, and Pennsylvania, which mauled Virginia 40 to 6, will be in for a struggle. Florida had one of the best teams in the south last season and is rated about as good this season, all of which makes it look bad for Chicago. The Maroons, however, have a habit of locating a big punch for Intersec tional games and Mr. Stagg may sur prise the ’Gators. Bowman Eleven Defeats Reeder Bowmanites Mark Up Thirc Successive Victory by Score of 20 to 12 Bowman, N. D.. Oct. 13.—Bowman defeated Reeder. 20 to 12, in a high school football clash here Saturday. The Bowman running attack proved strong as it resulted in one touch down. Intercepted passes provided the means of registering two other Bow man touchdowns. Reeder was unable to gain consistently in Bowman’s ter ritory. Undefeated in three games, the Bowman team will meet Ekalaka, Mont., Saturday. California Rallies to Beat St. Mary’s, 7 to 6 Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 13.—The University of California defeated St Mary’s, 7 to 6, here Saturday, coming from behind to win one of the hard est fought-games ever witnessed in the California stadium. The Gaels scored first, marking up a touchdown in the first quarter when Bud Toscani. halfback, scored from the three - yard line after a march down the field. The attempt ed conversion was wide. The Bears scored their touchdowns In the last period on a four yard pass .from Hank Schalbach to Russ Avery. £ehalbach dropkicked the conversion. fc.. TARTANS. PURPLE, OKLAHOMA, WASHINGTON STATE STRONG GANGWAY FOR ROUGH SOPHOMORES The "treat-'em-rough” squad at New York University is comprised of four sophomores, a backfield intact from last year's freshman days. The four sophs have been rough and tough enough to crowd the regulars from the 1929 varsity out of the way and make up the first-string quartet for Coach Chick Meehan. The youngsters are, left to right: Bill McNamara, John McDonald, Joe Lamark and Jim Tanguay. Dickinson Normal Opens 1930 Drive Beating Ellendale Score Is 33 to 0; Quarterback Brennan Keeps Victors From Scoring More Dickinson, N. D., Oct. 13.—Dickin son normal opened its season by de feating Ellendale normal in the rain. 33 to 0, Saturday. The playing of Quarterback Bren nan only prevented a bigger score against his green teammates who were able to make but one first down on the Savages and that with the aid of penalties. Brennan kicked well under great difficulties though blocked four times by charging Savages who came through his line almost at will. He received all punts without a fumble of the slippery pigskin and returned some very well with ragged interfer ence. Banke was outstanding for the Savages, making four of five touch downs, two by running back punts with fine interference. Other Savage stars were Butnitsky, Somerts and Cady. Cady repeatedly ploughed through the line and off tackles for big gains, making the first touchdown on three line smashes from the 7-yard line. Butnitsky was seconded in his great open field run ning by Harrington. Po6s outkicked Brennen. but was favored by a strong line, several times fumbling the muddy ball to recover and get off a clean punt. He also passed In good style to Banke for good gains and two extra points after touchdowns. With four minutes to play, Coach Weinbergen sent in nine substitutes in a bunch and they rushed over a touchdown from the 3-yard line, but lost it on a penalty. The summary: Dickinson — Ellendale— Foss .re Montague Whitmore rt Wanksteln Marsch rg Moore Jaeger c Klcchner Slaathaug lg Haas Siverts It Fisher Fulton le Sehanzelbaeh Butnitsky qb Brennan Banke rh. Schmlerer Harrington .... 1h.,.. .Oeizyk Cady fb.... .Depree Substitutes): Dickinson Skaaf, Dietts, Roffler, Dickerson, Morrison, Sandhci, Hounds, Cambpell, Erlcson and Eckes. Ellcndale—Severson, Lu ther, Hackert. Powerful Army Team Toys With Swarthmore West Point, N. Y., Oct. 13.— (JP) — Army toyed with a courageous but in effectual football squad from Swarth more Saturday, warming up a few of the regular first team for half a pe riod and then tossing in squads of subs until the coaches ran out of re placements and the cheer leaders of names. The final count was 39 to 0. OUR BOARDING HOUSE - ■ —< Gridiron ‘Heroes’ (By the Associated Press) Joe Savoldi, Notre Dame—Ripped through Navy’s line for three touch downs. Pug Rentner, Northwestern—lnter cepted Ohio State pass and scored one touchdown; passed to teammates for two more. Johnny Branch. North Carolina— Broke 21-21 tie with Maryland In last quarter, racing 94 yard?, to touch down. Les Hart, Colgate—Smashed through to three touchdowns against Lafay ette, one on a 57-yard run. Austin Downs. Georgia—Took open ing kick-off and ran 81 yards for score against Yale. Wop Glover. Tulanc—Dashed away for two touchdowns against Texas Aggies. Mott Trounces Carson 28 to 0 Hettinger County Team 'Con tinues Great Record in Third Straight Game Mott. N. D., Oct. 13.—The Mott high school football team won Its third victory in as many starts by defeating Carson high here Saturday, 28 to 0. Banning. Biglor. Stordeur and Olson scored touchdowns. Coach Os bone of Mott used 18 men during the game. The Mott team has not been scored on this season. Washington State Is Winner Over Trojans Pullman, Wash., Oct. 13.— (A*)— Washington scaled the hereto fore topless towers of Troy Saturday, beating Southern California at foot ball, 7 to 6. A fierce Cougar attack in the first period, a hair raising line drive and aerial offensive, accounted for the re sult. Failure of Southern California to convert a touchdown was the mar gin of victory. Versatile Backs Lead Wisconsin to Victory Madison. Wis.. Oct. 13.—(A I ) —A versatile backfield built around two thundering fullbacks found support from the line as Wisconsin pounded out a 34 to 0 victory over Chicago Saturday. Nearly 3 0,000 spectators were thrilled by Turey Oman, phlegmatic Finn., and big John Schneller, 209 pound sophomore, as they alternated at fullback, to carry the burden of the Maroon rout. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1930 REACH, DICKINSON IN SCORELESS TIE Midgets Get to One-Yard Line but Are Balked by Beach Stone Wall Defense (Tribune Special Service) Beach, N. D., Oct. 13.—Roping and shackling the visitors, the Beach “Cowboy” high school football team held Dickinson to a scoreless tie here Saturday. Both teams were in scoring posi tions on the muddy field but lacked the punch necessary v to score. Beach lost a scoring chance when a long completed pass was called back because of a penalty. Dickinson was stopped on the one-yard line on one occasion. Dickinson's mast consistent ground gainer was Sailer. Anderson, end, caught two passes for a gain of 48 yards. Robert Jones, his smaller brother; Ralph, and James McGee were the most outstanding for Beach. Beach’s green eleven has shown great improvement, having won three, tied one. and lost no games. Last week the Cowboys defeated Sentinel Butte 13 to 0. Georgians Beat Yale Second Straight Year New Haven, Oct. 13.— (fP) —The Uni versity of Georgia started sensation ally and finished brilliantly to beat Yale Saturday, 18 to 14, before 45,000 excited spectators in the Yale bowl. It was the second Georgia victory In two years over the Eli and the third i£ the last four games played. Yale was leading, 14 to 12, and the game was within two minutes of its close when the lads from Athens shoved over the winning touchdown. Starting on their own 4b-yard line where a Yale pass was intercepted, the ball was driven deep into Blue territory, only to e lost on a fum ble. Yale, however, fumbled it back and from Yale's 45-yard line, the vis itors started a drive that could not be stopped. Roberts finally plunged over cen ter from the three-yard line for the touchdown. Angel Rightfielder Purchased by Braves Los Angeles, Oct. 3.—(fl*) —Sale of Wes Schulmerich, hard-hitting Angel right fielder, to the Boston Nationals for $40,000 and one player was an nounced last night by Oscar Reichow, business manager of the Los Angeles culb. The turf at the Kansas Aggie sta dium at Manhattan is the “finest In the United States,” according to “Bo” McMillin, head coach at the school. TULANE, WISCONSIN, NOTRE DAI, KANSAS ARE 018 LEADERS Alabama, Florida, Vanderbilt PACIFIC SUFFERS UPSETS Texas Christian Looked Good Saturday; Michigan, Min nesota Have Power Football developments, in tabloid form, in the country’s seven major groups or conferences, follow: East—Carnegie Tech’s smashing victory over Georgia Tech established Tartans in front rank along with Brown, Colgate and New York uni versity. Yale's defeat by Georgia an unexpected jolt but Elis still in run ning for sectional title. Most major teams, receive first real tests Satur day, including Army, Harvard, Dart mouth. Columbia. Cornell. Penn, Pittsburgh. Syracuse, Holy Cro6s and Penn State. Big Ten—Northwestern, despite loss of Hank Bruder, jumped to fore with 19-2 triumph over Ohio State but Michigan sprang biggest surprise by beating champion Purdue outfit, 14-13. Wisconsin revealed great of fensive against Chicago but defense is still untested. Minnesota showed amazing defensive in holding Stan ford to scoreless tie. Illinois beat Butler but lowa was beaten and In diana tied by non-conference foes. Northwestern gets further test this week against Illinois and Michigan meets Ohio State. Big Six—Oklahoma Sooners lead conference as result of victory over Nebraska. Kansas, with 33-7 triumph over Haskell in last game, looms as formidable threat. Missouri beaten again by non-conference rival, St. Louis. Kansas-Kansas Aggies game high spot of coming Saturday. Southern —Alabama, Florida, and North Carolina present leaders but Georgia’s win over Yale biggest thrill of Saturday’s play. Alabama trounced Sewanec but Maryland gave North Carolina trouble and Florida won by only one touchdown from Auburn. Vanderbilt and Tennessee easy win ners over Virginia Poly and Missis sippi. Clemson beat North Carolina State handily but South Carolina won by only a single point from Louisiana State. Alabama-Tennessee and Geor gia-North Carolina contests feature next Saturday’s schedule. Southwestern— Only conference game saw Texas Christian roll up 40-0 count on Arkansas. Texas Aggies bowed to Tulane in in tersectional game but Baylor. Rice, and Texas won over non-conference rivals. Southern Methodist and Bay lor clash Saturday. Pacific Coast —Washington State’s amazing one-point victory over South ern California gave Cougars second major conference victory. Washing ton tied for lead with victories over two minor conference foes. Califor nia, beaten by Washington State, showed complete reversal of form In checking strong St. Mary’s eleven, 7-6. Rocky Mountain—Colorado univer sity held to scoreless tie by Utidi Aggies in biggest surprise, leaving Utah, defending champion. Montana State and Colorado Aggies only teams unbeaten and untied within confer ence. Denver upset by Coloiado Aggies, 15-7. Huron Beaten by Jamestown Team Jimmies Score Lone Touchdown and Convert in Annual Homocoming Gamo By Ahem Jamestown, N. D., Oct. 13.—James town college drove to a bitterly con tested victory Saturday over Huron college Scalpers. 7 to 0. It was the Jimmies’ second triumph of the week. A 15-yard pass by Joe Purdy to Jerry Weber followed by a 15-yard run in the third quarter brought the touchdown which was the margin of victory. A homecoming crowd had to sit through a hard rain and wade in mud in order to witness the downfall of Coach Bell's South Dakota charges. Northwestern, Minus Captain, Beat Bucks Evanston, 111., Oct. 13.—Little I*e Hanley and Big Pug Rentner com bined Saturday to fill the shoes of “Hard Luck Hank" Bruder and be tween them enabled Northwestern to fling Ohio State from its trail toward a Big Ten football championship. After Rentner had flipped out two passes, one to < Hanley and one to Larry Oliphant. and had Intercepted one himself for a touchdown, the Wildcats had 19 to 2 victory over an inexperienced but brilliantly courag geous Buckeye eleven. and North Carolina Look Good in South (By the Associated Press) Crosby Recovers to Defeat Kenmare, 13-0 Crosby. N. D., Oct. 13.—After a disastrous first quarter when the vis itors broke through the block a punt to be balked in the scoring attempt, and recover on the four yard line only Crosby high school’s eleven opened up and defeated Kenmare 13 to 0 Sat urday. Crosby resorted to straight foot ball to win while Kenmare literally filled the air with passes. Nine states are represent*! in the first string football eleven at Wash ington and Lee. Collett Is Defending National Crown State High School Bowman 20, Reeder 12. Fargo 39, Valley City 0. Mott 28, Carson 0. Oakes 30, Lldgerwood 0. Fessenden 46, Harvey 0. Cooperstpwn 18, Sharon 0. New Rockford 62, Carrington 0. Hatton 6, Hillsboro 0. Beach 0, Dickinson 0. Watertown (S. D.) 19, Aberdeen 6. Detroit Lakes 33, Park Rapids 0. Thief River Falls 13, Crookston 0. Beach 0, Dickinson 0 (tie). Hankinson 19. Wahpeton Indians 0. Crosby 13, Kenmare 0. Interstate Conference Jamestown College 7, Huron 0. Dickinson Normal 33, Ellendale Nor mal 0. Minnesota College Concordia 0, Moorhead Teachers 0. Carleton 59, Mainline 0. St. Cloud Teachers 19. St. John’s 2. Winona Teachers 60, Red Wing Sem inary 0. Virginia Junior College 31, Bcmidji Teachers College 0. Big Ten Minnesota 0, Stanford 0. Michigan 14. Purdue 13. Northwestern 19, Ohio State 2. Wisconsin 34, Chicago 0. Indiana 7, Oklahoma A. and M. 7. Centenary 19, lowa 12. Illinois 27, Butler 0. j West Michigan State 32, Cincinnati 0. St. Louis U. 19. Missouri 0. Northland 12, Michigan Tech. 6. Whitewater Teachers 19, Northwest ern College 0. Carroll 19, Northwestern U. "B” 6. Cornell College 16, Rlppin 8. Wooster 39, Baldwin "Wallace 0. Wilmington 12, Ohio Northern 0. Akron 12, Kent 6. Miami 20, Kentucky Wesleyan 0. Alma 13, Olivet 6. Albright 12, Mount St. Mary’s 7. Defiance 13, Toledo 12. Ohio Wesleyan 7, Dayton 6. Bowling Green 13, Bluff ton 6. Coe 13, lowa State Teachers 2. Notre Dame 26. Navy 2. Oklahoma 20. Nebraska 7. Luther 45, Dubuque 0. Roso Poly 36, Valparaiso 6. Penn College 20, Parsons 0. St. Mary’s (Kansas) 21, Bethany 0. Depauw 20, Earlham 6. Newman 6, Milligan 0. Omaha University 1«, Tarkio 0. Washington and Jefferson 7, Wit tenberg 7. Otterbein 13. Hiram 0. Springfield Teachers 28, Madison (S. D.) Teachers 19. East Tufts 7. Colby 0. Bowdoln 7, Williams 7. Pennsylvania 30. Virginia 6. Holy Cross 27. Catholic U. 6. New York U. 20, Villanova 6. Vermont 13, Coast Guard Acad- 0. Syracuse 27, Rutgers 0. Amherst 28, Union 0. Minnesota Holds Cardinals to Tie j, j. Gophers Rise to Great Heights j to Keep Pop Warner Men From Scoring Minneapolis, Oct. 13.— (JP) —The University of Minnesota cross coun try team triumphed over the North Dakota Agricultural college harriers ! by a margin of 26 to 30 in their meet here Saturday. John Currell, Minnesota sophomore star, led the pack to the finish line in : 10 minutes, 47 seconds. Earl Steiner, Bison runner finished second, 100 yards in back of Currell. Third place was won by Ted Ras mussen of the Gophers, with J. Hall of the Bison fourth. Another Gopher. Adams, ran fifth, while Virgil Welser. Bison representative, brought up in sixth place. Minnesota Eleven Works on Offense Further Improvement Expected After Gophers* Great Stand Against Stanford Minneapolis. Oct. 13.—tA*)—Last week it was defense. This week it’s offense. And if the University of Minnesota football team progresses as rapidly and efficiently In offensive tactics under the tutelage of Coach Fritz Crisler and his assistants as they did last week in perfecting a defense, the Gophers’ first Big Ten game will bring a triumph to the Maroon and Gold. Indiana, which clashes with Minne sota here this Saturday, is reported to have a comparatively weak team but elevens without a scoring punch don’t win championships and the Go phers this week will be drilled to de velop that asset. In Its unexpected accomplishment of holding the powerful Stanford team to a scoreless tie Saturday, the Gophers showed they had plenty of punch in the backfield if properly de veloped and against any team but Stanford probably would have scored last week. Minnesota's passing attack also must be polished a little more and If Crisler and his assistants can get a running and passing attack function ing with the line, which showed so well against Stanford, the Gophers promise to have a team that will cause trouble for any Big Ten op ponent this year. Oklahoma Sooners . Crush Nebraskans Norman, OWfa., Oct. 13. UP) Rising to unexpected heights Satur day, the University of Oklahoma Sooners opened their 1930 Big Six schedule with a resounding victory over the twice - champion Nebraska Cornhuskers. 20 to 7. Battered at the beginning when Nebraska received the kickoff and New Hampshire 20, Lowell Textile 0. New London Coast Guard 14, Provi dence 12. ' Dartmouth 74, Boston U. 0. Geneva 13, Thiel 6. Allegheny 7, Westminster 6. Carnegie Tech 31, Georgia Tech 0. Army 89, Swarthmore 0. Columbia 48, Wesleyan 0. Harvard 27, Springfield 0. Brown 7, Princeton 0. Drexel 18, Juniata 8. Haverford 0. Susquehanna 0. Cornell 47, Hampden-Sidney 14. George Washington 9, Delaware 6. Franklin and Marshall 20, St. Jo sephs 19. Rochester 19, Hamilton 0. St. Lawrence 39, Hobart 0. St. Thomas (Scranton) 20, St. Vin cent 0. Oettysburgh 43, Penn Military 0. Penn State 65, Marshall 0. Lebanon Valley 14, Muhlenberg 12. C. C. N. Y. 44, Seton Hall 0. Ursinus 19, Dickinson 7. St. Bonaventure 14, Waynesburg 6. Bates 7, Norwich 0. Arnold 10, Wagner 0. Upsala C, Cooper Union 0. Long Island U. 20; N. Y. Aggies 14. Loyola 33, Washington College 0. Alfred 20, University of Buffalo 0. South Loyola of South 39, Baker 0. Alabama 26, Sewanee 0. Vanderbilt 40, V. P. I. 0. Randolph Macon 0, Guilford 0. Furman 36, Erskine 0. Tennessee 27, Mississippi 0. Florida 7, Auburn North Carolina 28, Maryland 21. West Virginia University 33, Wash ington and Lee 13. South Carolina 7, Louisiana State University 6. Tulane 18, Texas A. and M. (sec onds) 2. Texas Christian 40, Arkansas 0. Baylor 64. Trinity 0. Texas Tech. 10, McMurray 0. Tulane 19, Texas A. and M. 9. Kentucky 67, Maryville 0. Howard 6, Southwestern 0. lvTng College 13, Tusculum 0. Texas 36, Howard Payne 0. Citadel 7, V. W. I. 6. Tuskegee 26, "Wily 0. Marshall 19, Southwestern. Louisi ana 0. William and Mary 19, Wofford 0. University of Louisiana 18, Transyl vania 0. Far West Colorado 0, Utah State 0. Nevada 0, Santa Clara 0. U. C. L. A. 21, Romona 6. California 7, St. Mary's 6. Colorado College 45, Western State Teachers 7. Washington 27, Idaho 0. Brigham Young 7, Colorado Teach ers 7. Washlnton State 7, Southern Cali fornia 6. Montana State 20, Wyoming 13. College of Idaho 14, College of Pu get Sound 0. made three consecutive first downs, the Oklahomans came to life in a startling manner to rout the heavier champions. Bus Mills’ 55-yard run for the first touchdown when the first quarter still was young was the turning point. Why Did This Man Come to Bergeson’S This Fall Outside of an occasional pair of garters, this buyer didn't know us. In his 11 years in Bismarck his inside breast pocket had never carried our label. - This Fall he needed a suit. From his armchair his news papers had talked “lower prices.” He determined to find them if possible. One store was visited without success. Then the second, third and fourth. Then something made him think of us—“ Well, he*d try it as a last resort.’* In he came, a little skeptical. In five minutes of fabric and model examination he became enthusiastic. When he learned our prices he became a customer. • You, too, can find lower prices at $19.50 to $49.50 Bergeson’S Defending Ch *ipion Faces For midable Field in Califor- Los Angeles, Oct. 13. (/P) Queen Glenna Collett, with four champion ships to her credit since her first ap pearance in national play in 1919, to day came to the defense of her Amer ican title over the menacing Los An geles country club golf course against a field of 32 aspirants. One of the greatest shotmakers in the feminine ranks, the New York woman will seek her fifth crown in a dozen years, with three former cham pions, nine international team mem bers and the runner-up to her 1929 title among the contenders. With only one of the entrants, Miss Marion Hollins, Santa Cruz, Calif., able to break through the women's par of 81 in practice rounds, scores in the low nineties were anticipated among the 32 qualifiers in today’s medal ‘ round of 18 holes. The women’s national tournament probably will mark the final appear ance of Mrs. Dorothy Campbell Hunt who as Miss Dorothy Campbell first won the title in 1909. She signified be fore the seven-day test opened that this probably would be her last at tempt to win the women’s classic ol the links. Mrs. O. S. Hill, probably the most promising entry from the middle west and 1929 western champion, will carry the colors of that section of the coun try. Of the younger set Miss Helen Hicks, 19, Inwood, N. Y., and Miss Edith Quier, Reading, Pa., are ex pected to offer some formidable play ing. Others of the ranking entrants in clude Mrs. Stewart Hanley, Detroit; Miss Maureen Orcutt, Haworth, N. J.; Miss Virginia Van Wie, Chicago; Miss Bernice Wall, Oshkosh, Wis.; and Miss Peggy Wattles, Buffalo. ONE DAY LEFT TO BUY GRID TICKETS Grand Pacific Recreation Has 21 Seats for Nodak- Jack- Rabbit Tilt Bismarck fans who plan to attend the Uniyersity of North Dakota homecoming football game between ' the Nodaks and South Dakota State next Saturday are urged to make early reservations at the Grand Pa cific Recreation parlors for tickets. V. N. Dresbach, Bismarck ticket sales manager, has 21 choice reserved seats in U. N. D. Memorial Stadium for the conflict. Mr. Dresbach announces that the ticket sale here will end at 7 o’clock Tuesday evening. The Chicago White Sox during one series held their opponents scoreless 20 Innings. Bergeson'S FALL SUITS nia Tournament 1 t