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THE K1CIIMOXB PALLADIUM SCLV-TELEGHA3I. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1907. LOCAL AND GENERAL SPORTS EARLHAM CHASED THE BUTLER ELFVEN ALL OVER THE LOT Visitors Were Torn Up and Otherwise Maltreated in a Game That Was All for the Quaker Bunch. SAD DISAPPOINTMENT TO FEW HUNDRED ROOTERS. Much Vaunted Ability of the Irvington Players to Ad vance the Ball by Forward Pass Route Not in Evidence. (By Tort.) EARLHAM 34; BUTLER 6. It the Eariham-ButVer game on Thanksgiving at Washington park, In dianapolis, is to be a drawing card it is a opper-riveted cinch that the But lerites will have to present a much stronger team than they did Saturday afternoon at Reid Field, when the Quakers chased the Irvington eleven all over the lot, tore them up and oth erwise tnaltreated them. The much touted Butler squad was a sad disappointment to the few hun dred rooters who witnessed the mas sacre and when the Quakers left the field with a 34 to 6 victory the spec tators wutndered what brand of dope the sporfing scribes of the Indianapo lis newspapers had used to figure out that EarlbVim would prove an easy vic tim to BufJer prowess. It is true that the Quaker eleven outweighed the Butler team bt the much vaunt?d ability of the Irvitngton players to aulvance the ball by th for ward pass route was not in evidence. Butler tried this plan of attack the few times they Had the opportunity but only two or three times dfi d it prove successful. Butler's tissue pa per line was torn into small strips by the Quakers. IJarlham also skirted the Butler ends almost at will and FOOTBALL SCORES. Earlham 34; Butler 6. Carlisle 23; Harvard 15. Cornell 14; Army 0. Princeton 14; Amherst 0, Swarthmore 18; Navy 0. Yale 22; Brown 0. Nebraska 16; Kansas 6. Iowa 25; Illinois 12. Wisconsin 11; Indiana 8. Chicago 56; Purdue 0. Wabash 12; St. Louis 11. Lafayette 34; Bucknell 0. Ohio State 22; Oherlin 10. Notre Dame 22; Knox College 4. DePauw 5; James Milliken 4. Franklin 11; Winona Tech. 0. Rushville 24; Richmond H. S. 0. showed much improvement in the for ward pass. The score would indicate that Earlham played a remarkably fast game but to the contrary the Quaker offense was very ragged. Had the plays been more smoothly exe cuted and the fumbling eliminated the immagination can picture a score which would run into the fifties. The Earlham defense was quite good but could have been improved on. The line easily repelled the weak Butler attacks and Bruner and Hancock on the ends played dashing games, but never-the-less, Butler would now and then find openings to advance the ball through. By a little faster style of play Earlham will be able to give De Pauw a run for the money next Sat urday. Butler Score a Fluke. The one score madf by Butler was decidedly "flukey", Kingsbury the fast little Butler end, pouncing on the ball after it had been fumbled in the back field by three Earlham players, and running fifty yards for a touchdown, pursued by the entire Quaker team. This play was the only spectacular one of the game. Harrell played a splendid offensive game and was ably assisted by Wann, Geyer. Beetler and Calvert. Hancock played a splendid game at end. getting everything that came around his end, making nice tackles under punts and once getting the ball on a fumbled punt and running thirty yards for a touchdown. Maguire, the midget But ler quarterback, played a stellar game in all departments but was forced to retire in the second half on account of the rough handling he received. Hartley, the Butler center, was retired In the first half with a fractured col lar bone and in the second half Dan iels was taken out with a displaced knee cap. Not a Quaker player had to take time for injuries. By straight football Harrell went over for Earlham's first touchdown two minutes after the start of play. Thistlethwaite kicked goal. After an exchange of punts Earlham paraded down field toward Butler goal, princi pally by straight football, through tackles and around the ends. Harrel was then smashed through the Irving ton line for a touchdown, and Thistle thwaite kicked goal. Earlham then battered its way to the Butler twenty- flve yard line where Harrell took the ball around the end and sprinted be hind the Butler goal posts, only to be called back for hurdling. Butler got the ball and after a few Ineffectual at tempts to penetrate the Quaker de fense, punted. The Quaker rear guards "messed" the ball and Kings bury pounced upon it and sprinted I down field fifty yards for a touch down. McKay kicked goal. The half , closed, Earlham 12, Butler 6. j Second Half. Earlham kicked off, but Butler Im mediately punted. Line smashing and two well executed forward passes put the Quakers within striking distance of the Butler goal. Wann then tore through tackle and ran twenty-five yards for a touchdown. Thistle thwaite kicked goal. Butler began to weaken perceptibly after this score and after being battered down field thirty or forty yards Wilson accepted a forward pass and ran thirty yards for a touchdown. No goal was lacked. Score, Earlham 23, Butler G. After the kickoff Earlham tried a i place kick and failed. After the ball had twice changed hands Earlham punted and the ball was fumbled by a Butler back. Hancock seized upon it and dashed thirty yards for a touch down. Thistlethwaite's attempt for goal was blocked. Earlham paraded down field driving before them the ev er weakening Butler eleven until Har rell was finally sent over for his third touchdown, and goal was kicked. Score, Earlham 34, Butler G. Time was called five minutes after this touchdown. Butler. Earlham. Myers left end Hancock Tharpe left tackle Walthal Marsh left guard Carroll Hartley, and Wolfe center Stanley Wolfe right guard Barrett Daniels, Rose, Kingsbury., right tackle. .This'waite Kingsbury, Fitgerald, Baird ....right end Bruner Maguire, Wilson, Fitzgerald . .quarter Elliott jBarnett left half Harrell I Butler. McKay right half Geyer, ' Calvert. Wallace full Wann Touchdowns Earlham: Harrell 3, Wann, Wilson, Hancock. Butler: Kingsbury. Goals Earlham: Thistle thwaite 4. Butler: McKay. Time of halves, 25 minutes each. Referee- Endsley, Purdue. Umpire Shank, Wabash. Field Judge, Waldrip, In diana. FOOTBALL IN CHICAGO SUBJECT Of CRUSADE President of Board of Educa tion Has Followers. "NO GAME FOR GENTLEMEN" Chicago, Nov. 9. Opponents of foot ball are rallying around President Schneider, of the board of education, and indorsing his statement that "football Is not a gentleman's game, but one of toughs." President Schneider Is hearing his ; sentiments on football voiced strongly on all sides, and it is manifest that in his crusade against the sport he will j have quite an army. Many parents of school children will join forces with the president of the school board, while many others are strong for the game and will try to foster it. Among those who flockeu to the anti-football standard yesterday was A. B. Nettleton. 5742 Monroe avenue, who said in a letter to President Schneider: "Football is not only unfit, but incur ably unfit, to be played by students of any age." MIDGET TEAM WAS EASY FOB RUSHVILLE Richmond High School Not Able to Score in Curtain Raiser Contest. PLAYED ON REID FIELD. COMPELLED TO SUBMIT TO A 24 TO 0 BEATING DEFENSE PUT UP BY THE LOCAL ELEVEN WAS ABSOLUTELY INVISIBLE. Sam Houston on Education. One of the provisions in the will of General Sam Houston read: "My will is that my sons should re ceive solid and useful education and that no portion of their time may be devoted to the study of abstract sci ence. I greatly desire that they may possess a thorough knowledge of the English language, with a good knowl edge of the Latin language. I re quest that they be instructed in the Holy Scriptures and next to these that they be rendered thorough in a knowl edge of geography and history. I wish my sons early taught an entire con tempt for novels and light reading." Fort Worth Telegram. i. this concerns you, read carefully, lj' M well's feyrup Pepsin Is positively guarai "i to core indigestion, constipation, sick hca offensive breath, rnalcrla and all disease . sing from stomach troubls. (By Tort.) Rushville, 24; Richmond, 0. The midget Richmond high school football team went up against the stur dy eleven of the Rushville high school Saturday afternoon, in a game played on Reid field as a curtain raiser to the Earlham-Butler contest. Outweighed and outplayed, R. H. S. submitted to a 24 to O beating. The local high school's defense was absolutely invis ivle not 'Invincible," reader while the few opportunities they had to dis play their offensive tactics, showed that th'eir plan of attack is wierd in the extreme and executed in a ragged manner. Several times the local lads attempted the forward pass with dis astrous results. On the other hand, the forward pass was worked success fully by the Rush county boys. In the first half Rushville battered its way to the local five yard line, where they fumbled the ball, Rich mond getting it. Hiatt, in attempt ing to run the ball out of the danger zone, was tackled by Norris, the sen sational Rushville end, back of Rich mond's goal line for a safety, which counted two points for Rushville. A few minutes later Rushville again worked the ball into striking distance of the Richmond goal, then the ever present and ever ready Mr. Norris sprinted twenty-five yards for a touch down. No goal was kicked. After this score Rushville started a parade toward the Richmond goal, for ward passes, pretty end runs and hard i line smashing being employed to ad vance the ball. After Rushville had reached the local three yard line the ban was fumbled and was captured by a Richmond forward. The half then ended. The Second Half. In the second half Richmond kicked off and Rushville promptly punted. You'll Find one of our Overcoats or Raincoats Pretty good company to b In, wherever you go this fall. The fabrics are wool; th styles and tailoring are all right. Loehr & Mute 725 Main St. Rushville soon recovered tne ball and again puntied. Cox missd the punt and Norris again seized upon the ball and sprinted like a scared deer thirty, yards for a touchdown. No goal was kicked. Rushville 12, Richmond 0. 1 After receiving the ball on the kick off Rushville punted back of Rich mond's goal liue and a Rushville play er fell on it for a touchback. Rush ville in quick order tried two drop kicks, but each one fell short. Norris. just to relieve the monotony, then made his third touchdown on a for ward pass. Goal was kicked. Rush ville, IS, Richmond O. A few minutes before the close of the game. Sparks was sent over for a touchdown and a goal was kicked. Final score Rush ville 24, Richmond O. The one fea ture of the local's play was the all around work of Captain Karns. Time and again, from his place at center, ho would break through and tackle a Rushville runner back of his own line and several times he executed bril liant tackles in the open field. He has the ear marks of developing into a star player. Summary: Richmond. Rushville. Brown L. E Norris Hobnm L. T Williams Lamb L. G Matlock Karns C Stiffler tiarsh R. G O'Neil Ceding R. T H. Moffett Magaw R. E Abernathy v.ox Q Sparks Hiatt L. H Buell Tallant R. II Heeb Brown F. B ..J. Moffett Touchdowns Norris 3, Sparks. Goals J. Moffett 2. Safety Norris. Referee Stiffler. Umpire Waldrip. Field judge Genn. Tlmo of halves 20 minutes. Incomplete. Old Scotch Farmer (havlngr rvnt sixpence on a raffle ticket for pony and trap, value 50, and having won It. is shown the prize. After gazing crit ically at it for some minutes) But wbaar's the whup? Punch, Bear patiently what thou nffrrect by thine own faut. Dutch Proverb. Additional Sport on page 9. 1M Theatorium 620 Main St. J. H. Broomhall, Mgr. Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs Pictures Changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday The Show off Quality THE COST 5c : t ; WHY TTD WHEN YOU CAN SAVE MONEY BY BUYING MAGAZINES OF ME? 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