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Mandan LOCALS FAVORED BY VIRTUE OF 13 TO 6 WIN IN FIRST TILT Dahlquist Is Out of Picture With Broken Leg Sustained At Minot GAME SLATED AT MANDAN Three Demons Player Suffering From Injuries Received in Dickinson Contest Prepared to resist a team that| promises to fight to the bitter end, the Bismarck Demons will take the field against the Mandan Braves at the Mandan Pair grounds Wednesday in the second clash of the year between the two teams. By virtue of a 13 to 6 victory earlier |n the season, the Demons rule as a favorite but the Warriors are regard ed as dangerous by even the most partisan of local fans. Injuries which struck at the Bis marck aggregation in the game with Dickinson will keep Norman Agre and Benzon out of the starting lineup. Benzon is suffering from an ankle in jury and Agre has a bad side. Schlick enmeyer, one of the greatest defen sive players in the state, sustained an Injury to his shoulder in the game with Dickinson but is expected to be |n the lineup when the whistles blows. The loss of Dahlquist, ace of the Brave attack, is expected to seriously handicap the team from across the river. Dahlquist sustained a broken leg in the early minutes of the Man rian-Minot game and was shelved for the season. Adam Fleck, another Warrior back field star, was in scholastic difficulties end at noon Wednesday, Coach Leon ard McMahan was not certain wheth er or not he would be permitted to play. Students at the Mandan high school fire enthusiastic about their team’s prospects and staged a demonstration on the Mandan streets Tuesday night that lasted for two hours. Neither McMahan nor Roy D. Mc- Leod, Bismarck mentor, would an nounce starting lineups but it was ex pected that both teams would go into action in full strength. The game is scheduled for 2 p. m. VMandan time) and a record crowd is expected. Dragons to Play Nodak Reserves proceeds Will Constitute State’s Bit Towards Unemploy ment Situation Grand Porks, N. D., Nov. 11.—iVP)— A powerful Moorhead State teachers’ college eleven, probably the best turned out by that school In its en tire history, will play a fine team of North Dakota reserves in Memorial ttadium Friday. It is North Dakota’s bit toward the tanemployment situation. Unable to Use its varsity because of a crowded schedule that offers not one breath ing spell in 11 weeks, the athletic au thorities are cooperating with .the ptate board by sending the best of the second string players into a mid week game. , The squad went through a lengthy drill yesterday. West had his regu lars hurling passes at the reserves for t2O minutes. The first string outfit (had considerable success at the start, (but hit tough going before the drill ■was called off. While the reserves worked on their plays, the coaches had the freshmen toss passes at the regulars. Whether the second string players Will be able to follow the lead of the regulars and turn in a victory tomor row is questionable. The Dragons liave rolled up big scores against Val ley City teachers and Jamestown, but they are likely to have trouble ad vancing the ball against a line as lough as the Sioux are likely to prove. Duane Neuenschwander will prob ably prove North Dakota’s offensive threat. High School Teams Winding Up Season Fargo and Devils Lake Play Charity Came on Agricul tural College Field (By The Associated Press) Some 30 high school football teams Friday play in the season's last en gagement. Many elevens completed their schedule last week-end while some teams decided to play an Arm istice Day game. Fargo and Devils Lake high schools are playing a charity game on the North Dakota Agricultural college field while Grand Forks invades Watertown, S. D., in another charity tut. A traditional battle will be re fought at Mandan when the Bis marcK Demons visit there this aft ernoon. In a previous engagement this season Bismarck defeated Man dan, 13 to 6. GAMES FRIDAY Devils Lake at Fargo. Bismarck at Mandan. Bowman at Reeder. Hillsboro at Carrington. Crosby at Sherwood. La Moure at Edgeley. Elgin at New Leipzig. Enderlin at Lisbon. Harvey at Fessenden. Grand Forks at Waertown, S. D. Milnor at Wahpeton. Mohall at Kenmare. Wahpeton Indians at Lidgerwood. Alumni at Sharon. Wrestling matches in Dallas, Tex., draw from 5,000 to 6,000 fans while in Fort Worth, 22 miles away, they hard ly pay for printing the programs. and Bismarck to Renew Grid Rivalry in Armistice Tilt EPIDEMIC OF LINEUP CHANGES HITS BIG TEN AGGREGATIONS Demeray T Aberdeen Fighter Gets Range in Final Stanzas to Outpoint Bigger Man Aberdeen, S. D., Nov. 11. —(A*) —After trying for four rounds to get inside the defense of his opponent, Dick De meray, Aberdeen, “shot the works” in the last four rounds to win the deci sion in an eight round bout with Howard Shiek, Fargo, N. D., last night. Shiek kept Demeray off with Iris longer reach but the latter carried the fight to the North Dakotan, trying for a knockout in the last tw r o rounds. The preliminaries nearly stole the show as Mickey O’Day of Groton won a six round decision over another Fargoan, George Horwitz. O'Day showed up well in close and his con stant aggressive tactics gave him the fight despite Horwitz’ weight advant age. Ray Cosette, Fargo, gained a shade decision over Bad Boy Knight, Aber deen. In other preliminaries Boots Enzc won a four round decision over Ben Minish, and Henry Mathews knocked out Tax Morgan in the second round. All four are from Aberdeen. Fargo Will Watch Charity Contests Midgets, Spuds, and University Reserves Slated to Play Armistice Day Fargo, N. D., Nov. 11.—(/P)— Charity will be the beneficiary but hundreds of football fans of Fargo and Moor head will be treated to their last choice football morsel of the season Wednesday when the high school Midgets of Fargo and Spuds of Moor head play host to invading gridmen. The Midgets will line up against Devils Lake at the North Dakota Ag ricultural field. The Spuds will en counter Thief River Falls on the Moodhead State teachers’ college field. Both games are expected to draw record season crowds. Moorhead State teachers’ college also is expected to perform before a large turnout in the Dragon’s charity games with the University of North Dakota reserves at Grand Forks to day. Tire Devils Lake squad, headed by Coaches Doug Smith and Cod Ordehl, arrived in Fargo yesterday. Fitiys LAST/ w +CHICHI (By The Anaueinted Pro**) Boston—Paul Swldrrukl, Syra cuse, IV. Y., nnd Joe Sekyra, Dny ton, 0., declared ••no-content,” (Nit Jnck Ken unit, Canada, Mopped Jack Lnverne, Maiden, Man*., (41. Minneapolis!—Mnxie Koaenbloom (light heavyweight champion 1 nnd Jimmy Brnddock, Xew York, deelnred “no-content” (21: Mickey Cohen, Denver, outpointed (news paper decision! Jimmy Alvarado, Lon Angclcn (101. Peru, Ind.—Tim Chnrlen, In dlnnnpolln. Mopped Hurry Holmen, Pittsburgh (41. 'lndlatinpolln—Jimmie Hill, Phil ippine Inlnndn, knocked out Mot tle Sherman, Detroit (21 1 Peter Mike, Indinnnpolln, outpointed Donnld Flagg, Clinton (JO). Rending, Pn.—Tony Fnleo, Phtl ndelphln, outpointed Bobby Burnt, Baltimore (81. Lon Augeles—Bobby Pacho, California, ntopped Tod Morgnn, Lon Angeles (711 Frank Slmiut, Cleveland, stopped ’Wally Hunt, Brownwoort. Tex., (11, Seattle, Wash.—Fidel La Bnrlia, Lon Angelen, outpointed Leslie “Wildcat” Carter, Seattle (01. LIGHTWEIGHT WINS Los Angeles, Nov. 11. — (JP) —Bobby Pacho, state lightweight champion, formerly of Yuma, Ariz., won a tech nical knockout over Tod Morgan of Los Angeles in the seventh round of a scheduled ten round bout here last night. Pacho won the title from Mor gan eight months ago, but it was not at stake. .OUR BOARDING HOUSE kes Decision from Shiek Football Games, November 14 EAST Team* Place 1930 Score Navy vs Notre Dame .Baltimore 2-26 Harvard vs Holy Cross Cambridge 0-27 Pennsylvania vs Georgia Tech Philadelphia 34- 7 Dartmouth vs Cornell Hanover 19-13 Fordham vs New York U New York 7- 0 Pittsburgh vs Army Pittsburgh Columbia vs Brown New York 0- 6 Temple vs Carnegie Tech Philadelphia 13-32 Syracuse vs Colgate Syracuse 7-36 Princeton vs Washington and Lee ..Princeton , Williams vs Amherst Williamstown 16-13 Tufts vs Bowdoin Medford 14-19 Georgetown vs West Virginia Washington 7-14 Lafayette vs Penn State Easton 0- 0 Hutgers vs Lehigh New Brunswick 14-13 Buckneil vs Washington-Jefferson ..Lewisburg 6- 7 CENTRAL Purdue vs lov.a Lafayette 20- 0 Northwestern vs Indiana Evanston 25- 0 Wisconsin vs Ohio State Madison 0- 0 Illinois vs Chicago Champaign 28- 0 Michigan vs Michigan State Ann Arbor 0- 0 Minnesota vs Cornell Col. (la.) Minneapolis Detroit vs Villanova Detroit lowa State vs Drake Ames 19-20 Creighton vs Grinnell Omaha (night) 2-19 ROCKY MOUNTAIN Denver vs Colorado Co! Denver 6- 0 Utah vs Colorado Salt Lake City 34- 0 Colorado Aggies vs Utah Aggies ....Fort Collins 13- 0 WEST California vs Tdaho Berkeley Southern California vs Montana Los Angeles Washington vs Washington State ....Seattle 0- 3 Oregon vs Oregon State Eugene 0-15 Stanford vs Nevada Palo Alto New Mexico vs Arizona Albuquerque 0-33 _ SOUTH Tennessee vs A anderhilt Knoxville 13- 0 Georgia vs Tulane Athens .*... 0-25 Florida vs South Carolina Tampa i Auburn vs Sewaneo Birmingham ! i!!!! Ah. Mil. Jnst. vs Kentucky Lexington, Ky 0-28 Duke vs .North Carolina State Durham IS- 0 Mississippi vs La. Kt. U Jackson n- g Virginia vs An. Poly Jnst Charlottesville 13-34 Alabama vs Clemson Montgomery North Carolina vs Davidson Chapel Hill 6- 7 , SOUTHWEST , Missouri vs Oklahoma Columbia o. o Kansas State vs Nebraska Manhattan I. 10- 9 Washington IT. vs Kansas St. Louis Texas vs Texas Christian Austin *7l’o Rice vs Texas A. & M Houston 7- o Southern Methodist vs Baylor Dallas ‘ 14.14 Oklahoma City U. vs Haskell Oklahoma City BIG LEAGUE PITCHING RECORDS REVEAL INTERESTING FIGURES Brooklyn Robins To See Shakeups Under Max Carey New Manager Denies Consider ing Pat Malone and Hack Wilson of Cubs New York. Nov. 11.—•(.'P)—There arc no fixtures in the Brooklyn Robins’ lineup in the eyes of Maximilian Can arius, better known to the baseball world as Max Carey. The new pilot of the Robins, in his first conference with newspapermen since his appointment to succeed Wil bert Robinson, said he’d trade any body on the club if he thought he could gain strength. ‘‘We’ve got a bunch of good baseball players,” said Max “but I'll trade any one of them in a minute if I figure it will help our chances. I’ve got some trades in mind but it’s against the rules to discuss them now.” Max denied, however, that he was looking for Pat Malone and Hack Wilson of the Cubs, saying both were “too big a gamble.” “I might take a chance on them at the waiver price,” said Max, “but I wouldn’t pay big money for them nor exchange any of my stars for them.” Carey took some of the boys by sur prise when he announced he wanted to strengthen the pitching staff, par ticularly the southpaw department. “We have some fine right handers,” he said, “but need a couple of south paws. Fargo Man Decisions Grand Forks Fighter Fargo, Nov. 11.—(/P)—Sherald Ken nard, Fargo lightweight, punched out a decisive verdict from Juddy Ruddy of Grand Forks in the feature six round event or the weekly amateur boxing show at the Fargo Elks club Tuesday night. Eddie Morrow, Fargo middleweight, stopped Blackie Angelo, Grand Forks, in the second of a scheduled four round bout. .THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11,1931 Give Picture of Season Showing Grove and Earnshaw Had Rivals New York, Nov. 11.—(/P)—During and immediately after the end of the American League baseball season, most of the pitching talk concerned Robert Moses Grove and George Liv ingston Earnshaw of Philadelphia, but the records show various other pic tures of the circuit had records that were, in their own way, just about as remarkable. Grove and Earnshaw cleaned up against about every other team in the league, a set of miscellaneous records which the league statisticians have compiled show, but the “who’s whose cousin” figures also reveal a few hurl ers from rivals clubs could take the champions over with considerable regularity. Vernon Gomez, southpaw ace of the New York Yankees, won three out of four games from Philadelphia, Henry Johnson divided a pair with the A’s and Herb Pennock and Ivy Andrews also put the Yanks on top the one time they met the champions. “General” A 1 Crowder of Washing ton also found “cousins” among the Philadelphia batters, winning five out of seven games. Firpo Marberry of the Senators and Dick Coffman of St. Louis each made it two out of three but no other pitcher who faced the A’s more than once would win his series from them. On the other hand, Philadelphia spoiled an otherwise fine record for Wesley Ferrell of Cleveland by beating him five times straight. He did not lose a series to any other club. LEGION OFFICERS NAMED New England, N. D., Nov. 11.—At the annual meeting of the Anton Uli john post of the American Legion held Tuesday night the following of ficers were elected for the ensuing year: J. J. Zimmerman, comman der; Hans Johnson, vice commander; Carl Johnson, adjutant; Dr. T. L. Stangebye, historian; A. M. Hammes, chaplain; Thos. Gallup, sergeant-at arms. Bill Spaulding, Jr., son of the head football coach at University of Cali fornia at Los Angeles, is starring in the backfield for the Fairfax, Calif., high school eleven. HMY PLANNING TO REMOVE OLUE OLSON FROM REGULAR PLAGE Two Injured Backfield .Stars Return For Action at Northwestern MICHIGAN PASSER OUT Goldberg, Strain, and Schiller, Regular Backs, Are Lost to Badgers. Chicago, Nov. 11.—(A*) —An epi demic of radical lineup changes has hit. Big Ten football teams this week, which has affected weak and strong teams alike. Coach Dick Hanley Is planning a change which would remove Ollie Olson, who ranks as the country's leading kicker, but the shift will af ford no encouragement for Indiana Saturday. In place of Olson at full back will be Reb Russell, the line crunching fullback of 1930, who has just recovered from injuries which have kept him out of five games. The return of George Potter, regular quarterback, who also has been a casualty, was necessary to permit Russell to start, as the former will be needed to take over Olson's kicking duties. 13- 0 0-25 0- 0 10- 9 Harry Newman, whose forward passing helped Michigan to two touchdowns against Indiana last week, probably will not be in the starting lineup against Michigan State Saturday. An injury to Estill Tessmer, regular quarterback, caused Kipke to try a new combination. Hunting more punch and more re serves, Coach Bob Zuppke, yesterday tried Casey Straw, a reserve center, at fullback, and moved a reserve full back. Ed Schalk. to halfback. Art Schultz, recovered from injuries suf fered in the Purdue game, probably will start at fullback against Chicago .Saturday, and Ivan Schustek will be at end in place of Scott Marriner, who has been shifted to tackle. Coach Sam Willaman of Ohio State, has used Joe Vuchinich as his regular fullback in every game this year, but may start Watson Welever against Wisconsin this week. There may be some changes in the Badger lineup for injuries virtually have removed Buckets Goldberg. Clair Strain and Bobby Schiller, regular backs, from the starting list. Loufek and Clearmen, lowa’s latest end combination, will start against Purdue Saturday. Minnesota’s regulars will see little action against Cornell of lowa, while every man on the Chicago squad Is needed in the Illinois game. Bison Polishing Up New Tactics Finnegan and Lowe Stress Aer ial Attack and Running Plays in Drill Fargo, N. D., Nov. 11.—(ff)—North Dakota Agricultural Bison gridiron warriors spent their practice period Tuesday polishing new plays to be used in their final North Central Conference game Saturday against the University of South Dakota Coy otes at Vermilion, S. D. Considerable time was spent on passes and running plays, Coaches Casey Finnegan and Bob Lowe seek ing more drive in the backfleld. Viv McKay, regular fullback, and Walter Shamp, regular tackle still are doubtful starters and neither will be used unless necessary. Milton Jacob son, and blocking back, still is unable to take part in the daily drills. Perch Are Planted in New England Reservoir By Ahern New England, N. D., Nov. 11.—Two truckloads of perch were planted in the reservoir above the dam in the Cannonbal river at New England last week under the direction of Burnie Maurek, state fish and game com missioner. The fish were taken from the lake north of Lemmon by A. J. Galbraith and his assistants. Since the building of the dam at New Engand several years ago, there have been about six plantings of fish made by the state department. Last summer a number of fishermen re ported good hauls and it is expected that next year fishing will tie a lead ing spring sport. West Plains, Mo., high school grid ders have the nickname of the Ziz zers. El Paso, Tex.—Can you imagine a burly city detective apologizing to anyone? Neither can we, but W. P. Tisdale can, for he just received the apology of Detective Lev Gardner. The detective was charged with unneces sary roughness in arresting Tisdale for speeding, and Captain W. C. Wool verton ordered Gardner to do the humble act. IMAGINE THIS! Eves Examined Glasses Prescribed The eye is an organ you can’t afford to neglect. Dr. H.J. Wagner Optometrist Offices Opposite the G. P. Hotel since 1914 Phone 533 Bismarck, N. Dak. Yale’s Mr. Booth Shows Dartmouth His Heels There were 94 yards between Mr. Albie Booth and the goal-line, and the diminutive Yale halfback had just covered the distance at a gallop, eluding the entire Dartmouth team, when this picture was taken at Yale Bowl, New Haven, Conn. This sensational run, made after a kick-off in the second quarter, resulted In the first of three touchdowns achieved by Booth during the thrill-fraught game- Dartmouth won an uphill fight in the last two periods to gain a 33-33 tie with their traditional Ell rivals. High School Tilts Involve Big Game The high school football season in this section will close Friday with six contests involving major teams of North and South Dakota and Minne sota. Grand Forks Central, North Dakota titleholder, meets Watertown, S. D., there in an interstate battle that will give the winner something of a claim to the sectional championship. East Grand Forks, undefeated in Minne sota competition, makes its bid for the northwestern Gopher state title, in a game at Bemidjl. Thief River Falls and Moorhead, both beaten by the East Siders, battle for the honors of the day on the Spuds’ lot. Bis marck meets Mandan in a traditional encounter that has a bearing on the Sioux Land race, Devils Lake invades Fargo for an interesting contest and Cando plays at Hatton in an Impor tant game for the smaller institutions of the state. Ed Parnell, left end on the Florida football team, was a halfback In high school and as a freshman. DlNEwhere^ kroODefSOOD Businessmen’s Lunch - -35 c Enjoy the pure air. clean sur roundings, prompt service and courteous attention. NEW SWEET SHOP On Main Avenue Opposite N. P. 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The Bismarck Tribune NO MAN ALLOWED London.—There is one engineering firm in London in which men, sup posed to be women’s superiors when it comes to things mechanical, are not allowed. It is a firm run by Annette Ashberry, the first of the only two members of the Society of Engineers. The offices are staffed entirely by women. SIX MONTHS' FIGURES Washington.—Air transport figures Book Lovers Red Leather Flexible Cover iSwBL Postpaid any place in the W' - U. S* each 500. Send money * order w >*amps with order. The Bismarck Tribune Printers - Stationers - Publisher* BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA Phone 32 Want Ad. Department for the first six months of 1931, as released by the U. S. Department of Commerce, shows that lines in this country during that period flew a to tal of more than 20,300,000 miles. Over this territory were carried 193,650 passengers, 4,589,700 pounds of mail, and 1,299,800 pounds of express. 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