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TIGERS HOLD FINAL SCRIMMAGE FOR CENTRE GAME; TWO BASEBALL SESIONS NEXT WEEK TWO MEN FOR EACH POSITION IS BUSS PLAN De T’auw Coach Coming to In dianapolis With Plenty of Talent for Centre Fray. STUDENTS TUNE YELLS GREENCASTLE, Ind., Not. 4.— With “get Centre next” as their slogan, mem ber* of the De Pauw football team went through their last hard acrimmage In preparation for the Centre game Wednes day afternoon on McKeen field with a vim that showed determination to give the Colonels the fight of their lives at Washington Park, Indianapolis, Saturday afternoon. Regulars of the De Pauw squad were matched against a scrub team in the final scrimmage. The scrubs made use of some Centre plays, but they availed nothing against the fighting varsity team, which was keyed up to the last notch. New plays, which have been introduced this week by Coach Buss, were perfected by the regulars during the afternoon. The improved condition of McKeen field, due to the favorable change in the weather, helped materially in the prac tice. BRYAN ONLY CRIPPLE IK SQUAB. During the final practices, only short signal drills will be held along with training in running down under punts 'land catching forward passes. Coach Buss is taking no chances of having some of his men injured in last-minute scrim mages. To date, all members of the squad, with the exception of “Bill” Bryan, are In excellent physical condi tion. Bryan received an Injured knee In Tuesday's practice which probablv will keep him out of the game Saturday. He has been playing in the line in recent scrimmages. Coach Buss has developed several good men for each position during the season which will stand him in good stead in case of injuries In the baekfleld are Schmidt and Galloway, two formidable full backs; Krumheuer, Sluta, Adams and Walsh as halves, and O’Neil and Norris for the quarter back position. In the line are Mendenhall, Kepner and Mc- Cann for the end berths; Vandervoort, Morgan and Bryan as tackles; Hirt, Fisher, Yeager and Wachstetter as pos sible guards, and Ogden, Ciaypool and i Vandenbark at center. VERSATILE MEN AID TO TEAM. In Galloway, Kepner, McCann, Sluts and Adams, Coach Buss has a combina tion of versatile players who can fill any one of several positions. As the time for the game draws near, it is planned to have "pep” feats on the De Pauw campus to arouse the Old Gold students for the -great tilt. Plans al ready have been made for a student parade when the Tiger special arrives in Indianapolis Saturday morning. By Sat urday night, all of the Indianapolis foot ball fans probably will be able to give the “old series.” CENTFE ‘BEAR’ YARNS REPUTED Football “bear” stories which have btten coming from Danville, Ky., about the slaughtered condition of the famous Centre College football team, have been largely proven as mythical by Guernsey Van Riper, chairman of the De Pauw ath letic board, who, with three long dis tance telephone calls to Danville, found that McMillan, Roberts and Weaver would actually be In the De Pauw game here text Saturday. Press stories coming from Danville haTe been to the effect that both Roberts and Weaver were so badly battered up that they were both in the hospital and that thev probably would not be able to get in the De Pauw game at all. Van Riper first talked to tne two Ken tucky newspapers and finally talked w-ith Robert L. Myers, director of athletics at Danville. . ... . •’Myers admitted to me that, although his team was in a battered shape, follow ing the two hard games with Harvard and Georgia Tech, that they would be able to put up a solid front Saturday, said Van Riper. “He admitted that there was nothing at all the matter with Mc- Millan, although Roberts and Weaver had been prettty badly battered at the Georgia Tech game. I think Centre is coming to realize that they have got u little harder task than they thought, with De Pauw. They evidently realise now that I)e Pauw h..s been coming up. Valparaiso made nearly ns good a show ing against Harvard as Centre did, and De Pauw whipped the Valpo team last week at Greencastle.” Coach Buss of Le Pauw has announced the officials for the Saturday game as follows: John McKay, Westminster, referee; Heze Clark. Indiana, umpire, and Ralph McCord, Illinois, head linesman. BOXING MORE BIG FIGHT NEWS FRIDAY NEW YORK, Nor. 4.—Promoters of the Dempsey-Carpent lor heavyweight efcompionehip bout denied htu* lust night that this contest would be !'• eded by one between Jack Dempsey and Jess Willard. The return match between Dempsey and WllLird is to take place March 17, according to a statement made by Dempsey in Montreal yesterday. It is known, however, that such a match has been in the making for some time and a definite announcement Is ex pected to follow the formal signin'* of the Dempsey-Oarpentier contract Friday. Willard and many of his supporters have been clamoring for a return battle ■ gainst Dempsey, but tentative arrange ments made several months ago were sidetracked for the Dempsey and Carpen tier match. It Is stated on good autho’-ity that the Dempsey and Carpentier contract will permit Ca’nenticr to engage In fistic battles in Europe and Dempsey in Amer ica before their clash next summer. Nei ther can invade the pugilistic territory of the other prior to the championship fight. Manager Kearns and Jack Dempsey are schedulled to return to New Y'ory late tonight from Montreal, and it was said at Kearns’ offices here this morning that he is returning to be on hand to sign articles for the match with the promoters tomorrow. Carpenter and Descamps, it is said, are eager to complete the match before sailing for France. BOSTON* FANS PEEVED. BOSTON, f"ov. 4.—Local fans are Irate at the reported plan of Tex Rickard to match Mike O’Dowd and Jeff Smith In a battle at Madison Garden for a championship belt,” thus attemprng, they allege, to "rob” Johnny Wilson of that honor, achieved In his victory over O’Dowd in this city. It is declared that O'Dowd and Smith will post s2.fioo each as a forfeit. It is predicted here that the alleged plan will be a flzile, as Wilson won the title in a ?*lr, clean fight. Wilson has been suffer ing from a broken nose and has lost a substantial sum of money as a result. He will be seen In the ring as soon as he is able to appear. SHARKEY HURTS WRIST. NEW YORK, Nov. 4.—Jack Sharkey will be unable to meet .Toe Lynch in the fifteen-round bout scheduled for Friday night in Madison Square Garden. Shar key sprained his wrist in training and will be unable to work for two weeks. Promoter Tex Rickard has substituted Abe Goldstein and cut the prices in half. ZBYSZKO VS. CACDOCK. CHICAGO, Nov. 4.—Stanley Zbyszko and Earl Caddoek will meet in n finish wrestling match in Omaha on Thanks giving day. Promoter Jack Lewis is giv ing a purse of $12,000 for the contest. Zbyseko has agreed to give Caddoek the entire purse if he can secure even one fall. BRITTON VS. LUX. KANSAS CITY, Mo„ Nov. 4.—Jack Britton, welterw eight champion, and Morry Dux, holder of the Pacific coast titl‘d In that division, have been matched 4or *a ten-round bout here Nor, 18. Abe Attell, one of the 1919 world's •eries “fixers,” is threstenlng to expose the “master mind” who planned the fraud. Sounds like Abe’s “bold front" talk. The big league “whitewash” mill con tinues to do business. Rub* Marquard, alleged ticket scalper, is the latest can didate for the brush. George Gipp, Notre Dame half back. Is a second Frank Mcrrlwell, only better. There 18 a George Qlpp, bnt there never WAS a Frank Merrl weil. Wpnder what John L. Sullivan would think if the spirits tipped him off to the Information that the present-day heavyweight champion and challenger j had engaged In a golf game! IPs a far cry from Miami, Fla., to Cisco, Texas, but the Clncy Reds are going to make Just that much change ;u their next spring training camp. Cincy club officials stated that Miami was found to be a lovely spot last spring, bnt far too lovely for ball play ers In training. There is no ‘‘truth in the report that Joe Jackson Is trying to reorgvo nice the Black Box for an exhibition tour next year, Lieut. Winkler and Sergt. Russell of local morala squad fame evidently have overlooked something. The Crooked Creek Gun Club continues to operate in full blast. De Pauw Ticket Sale All tickets for the Centre-DePauw gams at Washington pork Saturday are to be concentrated at the Clarke & Cade drug store, Ciaypool Hotel. These tickets have been on sale at a score of places In the city, bat the balance are being placed at the store. Space along the side linos has been provided by the De Pauw athletic board to provide for the rush which has taken practically every available seat In the grand stand and the regular bleachers. Franklin Game Most Important of Year for Butler Eleven Harvard has its Tale Navy has its Army, Indiana has its Purdue, Wabash has Us De Pauw and Butler has it* Franklin. Thus the contest Saturday at Irwin field between the Pagemen and their ancient rivals ahould be the best gridiron battle seen in Irvington this year. Never before in the history of the two schools have the teams been more evenly matched. If the available dope can be relied upon, an-d never before has the rivalry been more intense. The Baptists whipped the Butler eleven of last yea t on a muddy field at Fra.ik lin by a 14-to-0 count. However, since 3908. the date that marked the first of the present annual contests. But.sr holds a big edge in the matter of games won. The standing at present Is nine to three, with Butler on the long end of the count. BAPTISTS SET FOR BATTLE FRANKLIN, Ind, Nov 4—Pat Page’s; Butler Bulldogs are going to have to hustle along every minute of the time j between whistles if they expe-.t to keep in the running when Coach John Thur ber and his Franklin Baptists take them on for u round or two In Indianapolis Saturday. The Baptists are lucky to b# nearing! the biggest battle on their 1920 sched- j uie with a squad that know* no injuries and Is groomed to step through four pe riods of rapid action without cutting down their speed No matter how poor Botler teams have been In the past, they hare never yet failed to give the Baptists it real strug trio in their annual battles But this year Butler hag a team of real class and Thur ber is expecting the Saturday contest to keep the fans on their feet all the way Like Butler, Franklin I* stronger this year than it bus been for some time, and the teams app -ur to have something like even chances of coining through with the victory, and, incidentally, the 1929 championship of the Indiana College Ath letic League. Neither of the teams have lest an I. C. A. L. game this season. T'nuiber has taught bis athletes a lot of pew tricks that will be called out in tie Saturday contest. Franklin will try to beat the Blue aud White eleven at every style of play and the Baptist stu dents are confident that they will find the weak spot in Butler’s armor before the game is very old. Can’t Build Stadiums Large Enough to Hold Growing Grid Throngs NEW YORK, Nov. 4.—Amazing interest shown in collegiate football is one of t|ie most remarkable features of a year fall of superlatives in sport. Once the net of alumni and the campus only, collegiate football Is now becoming a favorite with the baseball and boxing When Yale erected the huge bowl the conservatives gasped that it would never be filled. Rut it’s not large enough now. Extra stands are being built for the Harvard game. . .. Ohio State la planning to build the largest athletic stadium la the world. Columbia wants anew stadium and the public is demanding appropriations for stands at West Point and Annapolis. It is all an indication that football la becoming the peoples spori. Princeton, one of the most wide awake unlverg ties in the East, has sensed the opportunity for more popularity with the public and has arranged for an an nual game with Chicago to start next year. Harvard could have had llllnots, centered for the Western Conference championship, on her schedule this year, but Harvard would not agree to play in the West on alternate years and Illinois ref need. The Navy, shaking off Us conserva tism. added Princeton to the schedule this year for an annual game, and Penn sylvania will be added next year. Tbe Army will continue the annual gamo with Notre Dame and has opened relations with Columbia. Dartmouth goes to the Coast to play Washington this fall, and either Notre Dame, Penn State or one of the “Big Three” probably will go to Pasadena next year to meet California. Eastern Grid Gossip PRINCETON. PRINCETON—The Princeton Tigers were put through their last real work out for the Harvard gamo behind closed gates today. Tonight the squad will leave for Boston. CORNELL. ITHACA—Cornelia varsity players are nil In good condition and ready for Saturday’s game against Dartmouth In New York. Carey has returned to quarter back and probably will start In Saturday’s game. PENNSYLVANIA. PHILADELPHIA—Bex Wray or Phil Eawyer probably will call the plays against Pittsburgh for Penn on Satur day. Quarter Back Miller Is still on the hospital list. PRSk STATE. STATE COLLEGE, PA.—Coach Bexo dek'a Penn State varsity eleven got Its last real workout today In preparation for the Nebraska game. The Cornhusk ers arrived here today and went through a signal drill. EARLY BABKET-8A1.1.. Acadia High, 20; Carmel, S. Atreerson, 60; Pendleton, IS. Tex Rickard has entered the basket ball promoting field. He must have been reading up on the popularity of the sport in Indiana, HOLD ’ER. NEWT. The Joy-Glooma basket team of Indi anapolis plays the Mooreavillo Elks at MooresvlUe next Tuesday. Ijy advertis ing the game the MooresvlUe bills read: “Newt and his boys will make their bow. New suits and all.” War and movie phrases are creeping into the monickers of the football play ers. “Tank,” “Tarzan," “Cave Man," “Builet” and “Trench” are among the few names attached to prominent grldmen. OWNER SMITH PRAISES GIPP. Owner Smith of the Indianapolis ball club drifted into the city today on hia way to the basebaU meetings in Chicago and Kansas City next week. The Tribe boss has many lines out for new talent for the Indiana next season, but during the time he spend*, thinking about giv ing Indianapolis a pennant winner next year he does not overlook any chances to see big football games. He attended the Arm.v-Notre Dame game at West Point last Saturduv, and stated that the East is ablaze with praise for the Notre Dagie eleven. Hlb own observation of the Hoosier outfit, be said, convinced him that it could defeat anything in the East. The pluyiug of George Gipp Bimply elec trified tha spectators last Saturday, ac cording to Smith, and wnen Gipp finally had to leave the gams near the finish because of exhaustion, the crowd arose and gave the visiting Hoosier half back thunderous spplause. Alexandria Tigers Carded Here in Pro Grid Battle Sunday Up-State Team Coming for Washington Park Game With Indianapolis Club. With the Alexandria Tiger* a* their opponents for Sunday'* game at Wash ington Park, the members of the Indi anapolis Football Club are facing one of the hardest contests they will play thl* season and they are in shape to battle their way to a victory. The Alexandria team has ranked with the best pro combinations in the north ern part of Indiaua for several years and In view of tbs fsef that they went through last season without a defeat and have lost but one game out of six played this year, it looks as though they will ho capable of making the Purple and White eleven hustle for every advantage In the Sunday tilt. The Tigers have carried the same net of back field men for the past five years aud when they show here local’ fans will have the op portunity of witnessing one of tbs smoothest-running offensive combina tions in the State in action. In their last two games, the Tigers defeated the Ko komo American Legion squad and the strong Muncle Eagles. The Eagles were dropped by a 61 to 0 count. If tb* local team can stack up a win ning total over th* visitors Sunday, it will place them in a good position to cop off the State title, and Manager Canning will have a squad of smart, bard-flgbtlng huskies ready for the fray. With Harry Smith and Monty Boat back In the har ness of the Indianapolis team, Manager Canning now has two sets of back fields that probably will rank with anything in th* State. Smith and Hoax, halves. ar.d Hanley, full, are working in ons set, with Jackson and Metzger, halves, and Klein working in the other. Yott and Kline are the quarter barks. Guard Joe Connor will watch th# re mainder of the games this year from the stde lines, due To an injury received lu Sunday’s contest, bnt there are four good men fighting for his place and the for ward wall will not be damaged a great deal. Bie Ten Grid News INDIANA. I BLOOMINGTON—Every Indiana man, with the exception of Ciovd France, cmne out of the Northwestern fracas in fair ; shape France., the line "find” if the season, is unable to practice because of a foot injured last week, which was made worse by his plaving in the Purple game. It baa now developed into an infection and may keep him from playing j until the Purdue game. Not for an Instant resting on its | laurel* over the hard won victory from ; Northwestern, Stlehm has begun prep , orations for Notre Dame. Because the i Crimson made several costly fumble* [ against the Purple, one in which resulted i In a touchdown, Stlehm haa taken bta proteges back to the fundamentals. ILLINOIS. CHAMPAIGN, ILL.—Dexterous manip ulation of Maroon strategy by the illin! freshmen Wednesday deepened the un easiness which is felt tn the Grange and Rlue camp regarding tho engagement with Stages men. Fred Major*. the Champaign yearling, raced through the varsity from a Maroon formation, and the first year men pulled off Midway passes too frequently to ranks Coach Zuppke feel Tight.. Lnurle WalquUt. A! Mob- nnd “Evle” Hellatrom, the three sidelined regular*, were withheld from scrimmage, but they did line up for a brief signal drill. As it was the final scrimmage night, the;- wiy huve bad no actual work outs for the encounter with the Maroons. The Illinl are nerving ! themselves for a desperate struggle, con j vinced that Chicago will play its great est game. Even with championship teams the Illinl have never found it easy sledding against Btngg’s eleven, and the possibility of a reverse Saturday Is udmitted by close observers. MINNESOTA, MINNEAPOLIS—Dr .Williams is driv ing his men at top speed for the game with Wisconsin Saturflay in the hope of winning the Gophers' first Conference victory. Several regulars are suffering injuries. MICHIGAN. ANN ARBOR—Secret practice was tho order for the Wolverines Wednesday aft ernoon. It was gKen out, however, that blocking and forward passing would con stitute the main points to be worked out. That Tank Wletnnn will be out of the frncag Saturday was definitely stated to day. This will leave a big hole in the Michigan * line. The team an* varslty band will leave for Columbus, Ohio, on Friday, and nnny students have signi fied their intention of going. WISCONSIN. ! MADISON—The Badger regulars imd their last scrimmage Wednesday beffire the Minnesota game Saturday. Tonight the team leaves for Minneapolis, after a light work out at Camp Randall tin the afternoon. The varsity haa been battling the freshmen, who have been using Gopher plays. The yearlings have of fered some stiff opposition, ulthough the regulars have been making large gains with a varying attack of line plunges, end runs and forward passes. The Badgers are tn first-class condition, with tbe exception of Copt. “Red” Weston, Tebell and Mike Knapp, all end men. OHIO STATE. COLUMBTTS—The climax of the week's practice wus reached Wednesday when | the varsity was given the stiffest scrim mage since! tho Chicago game. Wilce divided the irork of his men on both of fense anil defense. While much time has been spetit on thq forward \pass. Wilce has not lost sight of the need of in strong line-bAcking team and worked his men tn that department tonight. Blair, an end, was used at half hack and made a goou impression, showing uncanny abilities ,\tv worming his way through the line. Several changes in line-up may be necessary for the Michi gan game, due to ui injured shoulder which Tackle Spiers received In the Chi cago game. It was rot thought at the time the Injury would bother him, but he has not been out to practice this week, and may not be able to get into the game Saturday. Wilce may shift either ‘™Tar znn" Taylor or Trott from guard to fill the vacancy or may use Jackson, a prom ising substitute tackle. INDIANA DAILY TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1920. MAJOR LEAGUE FACTIONS NEAR COMMON PLAN Agreement on New Govern ment Coming Next Week, Is Belief Now Prevailing. ASK MINOR COOPERATION By JACK VE3OCK. International News Sport* Editor. NEW YORK, Nov. 4.—Baseball will undergo a major operation next week. The old and ailing government of ths game will be removed to make room for n new and more popular one, and, according to Indications today, tha operation will be accomplished peace fully. Major league magnates will head for Chicngo#tornorro*gw On Sunday th* Na tional League will hold a meeting there and on Monday the club owners of both leagues. Including the five American Leaguers who make up Ban Johnson's faction, will get together to discuss plan* for revamping the government of the game. COUNTER PLAN FROM JOHNSON. President John Heydier of the National League, with his eight club owners and the owners of the Chicago. New York and Boston American League clubs, are on record as favoring the "Ltsker plan" for reorganizing the game. The Johnson faction has a counter proposition to offer. At its recent meeting the latter faction indicated that It would attend Monday’s meeting in Chicago and it Is being freely predicted In baseball circle* here today that the major leaguers will get together. Asa matter of form Presi dent Heydler has issued a second invita tion to all major league owners to be present. According to present plans the big league owner* are to choose two num bers of anew board of control for base ball at the meeting lu Chicago Monday, after which they will go to Kan*as City, where the National Association -of Pro fessional Baseball Clubs—the minor league body—-Is scheduled to meet next Tuesday. The minor leagues will be asked to cooperate with the majors in establish ing the new government of th* game and it Is expectsd thsy will name a third member of the new governing body This plan will be carried out. It la said, unless the Johnson faction has a better one to offer. TALK Ol WAR HAH SI BSIOBD. Talk of a basebaU war and th* for mation of anew twelve-club league by ; the eight National and three American League owners has subsided; but tn ease Johnson's faction refuses to attend Monday * meeting there is no telling what may happen. “We realize that a twelve-club cir cuit would be far from Ideal.'' said a prominent National Leaguer today, "but it would be vastly better than to go on ns we have been doing." Juste what the attitude of the minor league organlvations. as a whole, will be toward the pirn* offered by the major* Is a matter for conjecture. It all depends on what th* majors have to offer. Home minor league* are in favor of tbo "L*ker plan." Others sre openly against It. A majority of th* minor league owners, th* writer Is relia-biy in formed, sre solidly opposed to a renewal of th# old form of agreement between the major* and minor*, which permitted the drafting of players If anew na tional agreement Is signed, therefore, the minor* will have a large ear-so In Its making. Many minor league owners would bo content to go along as they haTe been doing since th# old agreement was abro gated. These owners have been mors prosperous in th# last two years than ever tsfors. ErrORT TO Ot’gT FCLTZ. NEW YORK. Nov. 4.—There tea flrht on down !u the international League. Four clube, Buffalo. Syracuse. Toronto and Rochester, are seeking to oust Free ident Dave Fulls They do not believe ho has made good. They suggested that Hughey Duffy, Toronto pilot last season be elected to succeed Full*. Baltimore, Jersey City. Akron and Reading are supporting Fulls and say they will stick with him through thick and thin. The fur promises to fly when tho moguls hold their annual meeting, which may be called to order Saturday of the present week. Rickard Makes Offers to Best Basket Fives for Games in New York NEW YORK Nov. 4.—Tex Rickard may add to his "tiUee" that of basket ball promoter before long. Holding a long term lease on Madison Square Gar den Tex ha* decided to allow game* to be staged there nnd the season will be wtart.cd next Suuduy under Rickard’s di rection. The highest priced team* of t ie coun try at-' to appear during the season. 'The first pair of game* he booked were tho New York team playing the Cam den (N, J.) Giants winner* of the East ern league last season and the Original Knickerbockers to meet the i’araon Big Five. Nat Holman one of the forwurd* on tho New York team la one of the most een eailonal player* the game b's developed iu years. Not many big league baseball players draw down a larger salary than Holman for Ills season’s work at basket ball. It 1* estimated at SIO,OOO this year. Pocket Cue Standing CHICAGO. Nov. 4.— The standing in the National Pocket Billiard touruey in progress WB as follows at the close of Wednesday's play: W . I j. Ricketts 7 1 Maturo 7 Franklin 0 Woods Rhinos 5 2 Safford 5 9 Seaback • ® Nelson Weston 4 7 McCoy 2 Long ® H Li" !!"■— "-'.A MOTION PICTURES. Only Three More Days MARION DAVIES —IN— “The Restless Sex” * ROBERT W. CHAMBERS’ LATEST NOVEL. Muriell Ostriche Comedy The Gumps—“Wlm and Wlgor.” Literary Digest Topics. Katherine MacDonald ilpifegin “CURTAIN” Yx ~f rs!M ermaid Comedy, Clrola “Nonsense” Orchestra John Crawford, Scotch Songs, Center and Guard Out of N. V. Lineup in Saturday's Game Larson and Smith Not Ready to Perform in Purdue Battle. i , —. NOTRE DAME. Ind., Nov. 4.—Notre Dame will meet Purdue Saturday with out the services of Center Larsen and Guard Smith. Both were injured in the West Point gams and have been ordered to discard their moleskins for ten days at least. Smith was hurt on ths first play of the Army game, bnt fought through the contest The proposal from Georgetown far a post-season game with Notre Dame on Dec. 4 found no favor here. Rockpe said that by that time his jnen conclude their schedule and will merit a rest. Rumors of a Penn State-Notr* Dams gams could not be confirmed. PURDUE BUILD PASS DEFENSE LAFAYETTE, Ind., Nov. 4.—Cosch Scanlon has been working untiringly this week In an effort to ahape the Pur due football team that a commendable showing may be made against Notre Dame in the tilt at South Bend next Sit* urday. The Boilermaker mentor is fear ful of the passing prowess of George Gipp, who Glpped the Boilermakers last year, when he demoralized the Purdue defense with an aerial attack. Scanlon is therefore spending most of the tims In an effort to build up a de fense to combat the crafty Gipp. Rus sell Miller, the Purdue tackle, who baa been out of the game all season because of school work, is again eligible and will be In the line-up Saturday. The Purdue sqnad la in good shape physically and will give the Irish a real battle. BOOSTERS PLAN FORBIGGAME K. of C.’s Get Together With Crimson and Notre Dame Committees. Committees from th* Indianapolis Knight* of Columbus, th* Indianapolis Notre Damo Club and Indians University alumni are working Jointly and sepa rately on plans for boosting th* Notre Dsmo-Indlana football gain* to be staged at Washington Park, Saturday, Nov. 13. This contest. In- all probability, will de cide the collcgtute championship of the State, and It is expected that the larg est crowd of tho season will witness the battle. At a meeting at the Chamber of Com merce yesterday, A1 Keeney, former star athlete at the South Bend school, wa* elected president of the Indianapolis N D. alumni. -Robert O'Hara was elected vice president, Robert O'Connor, secre tary, and Thomas Jones, treasurer. Following the election of officers plans for lbo reception of tho Irish eleven here were instituted, and arrangements were made to run a special car, or cars, to the home-coming game between Notre Dam# and Purdue at Notre Dame Saturday. Tho special will be attached to the Penn sylvania train leaving the Union station at 5:80 o'clock Friday evening, arriving lu South Bend at 9:43. Tho Notre Damo alumni and the Knights of Columbus will occupy a sec tion of tho grand stand at the Indlana- Notr# liame game her*. Boats In this i*e< tlon may be obtained et the K. of O. Hall. Tne balk of tickets for the game were placed on trie this morning at th* Ciay fool Hotei drug store. The prices will be 1 for general admission. *I.OO aud $2 for the grand aland and $2.30 and M for tho boxe*. QUAKERS RIDING HIGH HORSES RICHMOND, Ind., Nov. 4.—With only two more games remaining on their schedule, the Quaker footballer* have thrown the speed throttle wide open and are ready to race down th* stretch like a thoroughbred under the lash. Michigan Normal and Franklin are the opponent* Earlhatu has yet to meet and tne Quaker* are confident of victories in both cases. Michigan I* here Saturday and will find Coach Hay Muwe’* men ready to put up the battle of their ca reers to win. Earlharn has been training hard for the Michigan team a coming and M<>we believes he has a defensive machine that will hold it* own In the toughest battle, and an offensive combination that will surprise even Quaker fans. - . —— —■SB MOTION PICTURES. T TODAY ural A ir w *iS a DO YOU KNOW NEW YORK? WILLIAM KOX e* PRESENTS TIIG GREAT PHOTO PLAY. WHILE \ NEW YORK SLEEPS A Picture of Night Life tn the Great - Metropolis. PRICES—Mats.. 25c. 50c. Night, 25c, 50c, 75e, SI.OO. All Mata reserved. WANDA HAWLEY —IN— “Her Beloved Villain” Universal Comedy. Fox News. Dorsey, Peltier and Schwartz The Hoofs put up a mean battle to win two games from the Eyes in the Elk circuit last night Eyes won the seednd game when Spelcber waltzed away with a 223 count Pritchett and his Teeth outsmarted the Tails in the first round, but after that they didn’t have a show. Jess opened with a 212. Westover slipped a 203 In between a brace of thin ones. A pair of double centuries by Mescall and more good work by the rest of the boys brought the Hides two wins over the Antlers. Ears shot three 900 totals to knock the Shin Bones tor a row. Shin Bones took high gam* laurel* with a 9(52. Klrkhoff opened with a 243 and closed with 205 for the Ears. Cot ier and Miller each had a combina tion * double centuries to contribute to the Lulu Bon* cause. McCormick of the Zenit# Metals was Grand Knight in the Capitol No. 2 loop with a 219 effort. Olsen of the Sterling Rtones was off to a bad start, but bis second and third games told stories of strength and akili. Whetatine bowled over 218 for th# Heller Coals and became one of the big gents of the night. Baumbach looked miserable on the get-away, and hta friend# could notice no difference hi him upon his return. We didn't think they made three-gam* touts as small a* his. Jimmy Burke Loses Out as Manager of St. Louis Americans BT. LOCIB. Nov. 4.—Business Man ager Quinn, of tho 81. Lout* Brown*, today announced the release of Jimmy Burke, manager of tho Brown* for the past two year*. No successor will bo named until after the joint meeting of major league magnates in Chicago next Monday, Quinn stated. State Three-Cushions Louis Vogler defeated Wlldman last night at Cooler’s in th# State three cuahlon billiard tourney. 60 to 40, in ninetv four Inning* Vogler had u high run of five, while WUdmao'a her, effort was a four. Head was carded to tackle Week of Anderson In the afternoon game, while Wildman and Black will battle in the evening cocteet. TONIGHT Gertrude Steele Chambers >■: * * jf ~ t , ; Gives the fourth of her serlea r* ’fv'* of seven free lectures on .5. APPLIED PSYCHOLOGY. ■■ '■ ■■—■■■ -a Her subject tonight Is: ‘The Psychology of Business Success, or How to Make Money’ This lecture may be the turning-point in your life. It deals with the vital 'ruths of success. Lectures Are Free. Y ou Are Cor&ially Invited. TrDDLEDYWINKS With 11! linif A I At A U This coupon and 10 cents, KAnnT St UvAN with 3 cents war tax, erv ■ Mass a ■# /in \ a la title lady to choice baL AKBA K (Bumps ALI :r P r n r*;£ anymi,t,nee ana an thorns. during week. All Reserved Seat Tickets for DEPAUW-CENTRE Game are now at Clark & Cade’s Drug Store, Illinois and Wash, Seats $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 RMM.7©7 DAN CUPID A Merry Musical Mixup NEW FACES—NEW SCENERY—NEW MUSIC Coming Sunday —“C.'iruiello’o Lovey Mine.” Entirely New Company. IC I —ll Butler vs. Franklin CJCr la fLJOLJ&A Irwin Field—St Noy. 6—2 p. m. Tickets at Spalding’s jj-auca of the Coco-Quinines dropped 219 in the opening round, but was about a hundred and some-odd shy the remain der of the evening. None of the other Lilly shooters could blaze through to the big field. Deacon Mllbean was < the best one gamer In tb* Sutherland Sunday School League. He got an even 200 in the second frame. Shorley of the Cyclei was the best Felrbanks-Morte shooter out and he had to check in with nothing better than 193. Tho world and all its belongings know that Thatcher was not working for the one-game prize, when he thrashed out that 46. He also had a 68. Mabee hit a snag Just as it* wa ready to dive over the big field fence. The Annex quintette teok twe game* from the Main Store In a apeclal Gold stein Brothers' match. Prize Winners in Rotary Golf Meet Announced; __ Carroll Gets Low Net The Rotary Clob golf tourney closed Wednesday after a two days’ session, a large list of prize winners carrying eff the many rewards offered fer th# blue ribbon performance* In their reapectlve event*. The lowest net score of the meet was turned in by Frank Carroll, who was presented a special golf club for hi* ef forts. Charles Rush received on# case of canned goods for the highest net score of the tourney. Robert Tracy gained ths second highest. The prize winner* in the qualifying round wer# Taylor, Kaufman, Challle, Carroll. Parr, Jackson. Hall, wlldhack, Shafer, Eaton, Morrison, Cook and Wain wrlgbt. Parr. Jackson and Hall tied for fifth and Wlldhack and Shafer for sixth. Frank Carroll turned In the low net card for the opening day, and McWork min, Brackett, Walker, Kaufman, Hall, Challle and Madden followed in the order named. Miller led the field for low net on the second day's play, Carroll, McWorkman and Hall completing the list of finishers. Shafer won the first day's consolation event over Stout and Sparks and again turned in the low count on th* second day of this number. Frank Carroll won ths finals, with Brackett coming second. Stout beat, Sparks out for the prize in the final of the consolation event, receiving a bronze medal and traveling bag. AMUSEMENTS. CONFIDENCE IN \ VALPO SECTOR Keogan’s Followers Can’t See Chance for St. Louis Tomorrow. VALPARAISO. Ind., Nov. 4.—Still feel lng the effects of their battle with De Pauw last week, but with everything looking like a serious Injury chased out of camp, the Valparaiso gridstera today ran throurh a light signal drill in final preparation for the scheduled stiff battle with St. Louis University here tomor row. Valpo will hold th# weight advantage In tomorrow's contest and Coach Keogan hag told his men to try their luck at winning with straight football, so it is probable that the forward wall of the visiting combination will be kept busily engaged stopping back field men who have been tearing the scrub line to shreds this week. St. Louis, becauae of the weight handi cap, is expected to drive in with aerial play as its chief stock In trade, and for this reason, Keogan has spent a lot of time this week In teaching his athletes how this sort of work should be broken up. In other words, Valpo students and fans have it all figured out so that Valpo Is going to win in a walk, and It is a cinch that aide-line team-work will nor. be lacking. Keogan will not use his regulars longer than necessary la the Saturday game be cause Morning aide College la here next week, and he realizes that It will tak-* Valpo’a full strength to stop this crew with anything abort of a victory. AMUSEMENTS. DON'T BLAME US IE YOU'RE UN- i ABLE TO SECURE THE SEATS YOU WANT AT THE LAST MIN UTE—FOB NOWS YOUR CHANCE. They Are On Sale] TODAY „ Special r, ,1 Thursday Matte## s' , 1 ( Arm Utica Day), sso, _ 76c. sl-00. $1.60. r* fijn Saturday Matinee, Bflc, tsc, si.oe. si -so, sz.oe. Sat Night*, Lower Floer, 13%. Jrag SJ, $2.60. Balcony, Me. tegSjfTj SI.OO, SLSO, $3.00. your favorite Comedienne TP CHARLOTTE GREE..WOO3 “LINGER LONGER | COMING NEXT WEEK—Wednesday. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Mati nee* Thursday (Armlstiee Day) aud Saturday, 2:16 p. m. SHUBERT-MURAI j ENGLISH’S i “ ‘ ** Mas. 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