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Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1013.
MIDWAY PLANS HOI
WELCOME FOR STAR
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Purdue's Star Half
Will Be Watched Close
ly by the Maroons.
Coach A. Alonao Stag? of the Uni
versity of Chicago and his 1913 grid
Iron bud sent out announcements yes
terday for a party next Saturday at
Marshall field for one Ollphant of the
Purdue university eleven. Prepara
tions were begun for giving the La- don said he believes Indiana will be
fayette right half back the warmest able to down the Ullni. The absence
reception he has received since the j of Capt. Davis will be sorely felt. Win
1912 social season. If his team mates j ters. Fleming, Bean ami Goodman nre
feel slighted they will have to make being given tryouts at the rlfrht tackle
DePauvuh's score yesterday came in
the second quarter, following a steady
march down the field toward the scar
let's goal. Thomas carried the ball
across, but fumbled behind the line.
Rowan, however, fell on the ball.
Rowan also kicked goal.
All of the play in the third and
fourth quarters was In Ve Pauw terrl
, tory. with Wabash constantly threat-
next Saturday. Because of the soggy ! ening to score. The Ijittle Giants,
condition of the' gridiron the coaches however, could not push the oval
led the men to the extreme north end across, although three times they were
of the field before they encountered ; inside the Methodists' ten-yard line,
solid ground. I Lineup:
The snuad hecan its week's irrlnd On H. Showalter . . . . L.
Eloomington, Ind.. Oct. 21. With
Jordan field soaked after an all day
i rain ana wun .ieaicine nai weainer
' pervading the Indiana football squad
'began its final week of practice today
T5orlr for the Illinois game at Indianapolis
straight football, as the men who were
being counted on to execute the for
ward pass are still on the Injured list
and "fill unable to play.
After seeing the Illinois-Northwestern
game Saturday Head Coach Shel-
Peeter. . . .
Cravens . . .
Turner. . . .
. . L.
. . .C
. . . K.
, . . R.
i Rowe L.
i Nichols R.
' Showalter F.
II ". House
scare into the Army camp. Harvard,
Yale and Princeton expected more or
less easy wins and were gratified at
Most of the big elevens will spend
the coming week working out new
plays and smoothing out the attack.
Look out for new plays that are sure
to make touchdowns. Rut in the last
analysis the team that has the punch
In the crises will come out victor.
In this respect Princeton seems to be
in the lead. Saturday's game with
Syracuse brought out the fact that
Princeton can score from striking dis
tance by straight football. In Strelt
Princeton has a man who will be. dan
gerous to opponents because of his line
plunging and also because his effect
iveness will be a great aid in masking
the open , field work of the more bril
Peroxde of Hy
bottle on sale
Dep't . .
KAUFMANN frWOLF Hammond, Ind.
ular 50c size,
on sale in our
the bes -f it.
Young Ollphant is booked as a grid
iron demon with an ingrown proclivity
to score touchdowns whenever the no
tion strikes him. He Indulged in one,
for Instance, last Saturday, when it
looksd as though Wisconsin was go
ing to beat the Boilermakers, and then
klekad a goal for a 7 to 7 tie by way
f taking the starch out of the Badg
rs and putting his team in the cham
pionship running. The Maroons will
try to prevent much activity on hla
part the last of this week.
Stagg and his minions intend no
physloaj violenoe to the Boilermaker
whirlwind, but they are planning to
top the star on his favorite tricks.
The director haa made an intensive
tody of the talents of Ollphant, and
will devote many hours to imparting
the knowledge to his squad. Coach
Page, who saw the Purdue-Wisconsin
game, will assist the director tn ex
plaining the half back, and the squad
will be organised Into the Amalga
mated League for the Suppression of
position, but Fleming probably will get
the Job on Saturday.
DEPAUW ELEVEN BEATS
THE LITTLE GIANTS
Scores on Wabash in Second
Quarter, Then Holds
Substitutes Shepard for Deeter,
RouRh for Turner, Ellis for Xeusbaum.
Cotting for Eslln. Pfolk for Coffing,
Eglln for Nichols. Harvey for Rowan.
Touchdown Rowan. Goal from touch
down Rowan. Referee Jamison, Pur
due. Umpire Haddon. Michiganj Head
linesman McGauprhcy. Indiana. Time
of periods 3 5 minutes.
Crawfordsville, Ind., Oct. 21. Do
Pauw gained a victory over Wabash
college in football yesterday afternoon
at Ins-alls field. 7 to 0. for the flrnt t i mo 1
, .. .
in ten years. Of nineteen games play
ed between the two schools since 1890,
Wabash has won nine, De Pauw eight,
and two were tied.
enuine Union Label
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Demand it On Votsr Printing
DIES OF INJURIES
The first victim of thv fall football
season in this section iV thp country
was ' recorded ypstcrday. Albert J.
Kramer, half back on the Grant Park.
111., football team, died as a result of
injuries suffered in a game with a
Kankakee, 111., team at Grant Park. He
was struck at the base of the skull
when tackled by Howard Reed of Man
teno and Full Back Hazelett of Kan
kakee. None knew of the boy's condi
tion until after Kankakee had won the
game by a score of 6 to 3. It was ru
mored that all members of the Kan
kakee team might be arrested as a result.
PLAYER BREAKS LEG.
Oscar M. Stone, 20 years old, 3553 Og
den avenue, broke his ripht leg in a
game between two prairie football
teams in Douglas park. He was in
jured after he had tackled the left half
back ol tne opposing team. The west
park police were summoned, and he
was taken to his home, where he re
ceived medical attention.
STRONGEST IN EAST
Harvard Coach Says Tigers
Have a "Team With the
Cambridge, Mas., Oct. 21. Last
Saturday saw the big elevens begin
ning to. Jump into their real strides for
the first time this season. During the
week that has passed the various
coaches hare been driving their re
spective elevens hard and Saturday's
scores show the results. There were
no upsets, although the husky eleven
from Colgate threw a Japanese war
j -"- " ft
find a cowboy
without "the mak
ings." A sack of
"Bull' is a part
f .i j:
equipment. The familiar round tag
hangs from the blouse pockets of all of
Uncle Sam's Jack Tars. And in the of
ficers' mess on every battleship and at
every military post you'll find an open
sack of "Bull" Durnam, inviting every
one to roll for himself a fresh, hand-made
"Bull" Durham cigarette the kind that
brings lasting enjoyment and satisfaction
to more millions of men than all the brands
of ready-made cigarettes combined I
A book of "paper'
FREE with mac
5 -cent tack
Enough for forty hand-made cigarttte in each 5 -cent tack)
Durham has been the standard smoking tobacco of the
world for tnree generations! It is the
same today as it was 53 years ago
just pure, good tobacco with the
natural tobacco fragrance rich,
mellow and satisfying.
"Bull" Durham hand-made ciga
rettes have a delightful aroma and fresh -fragrance
that no other cigarettes possess.
Compare their delicious smoothness and cool
ness with even the highest-priced ready
made cigarettes, and judge for yourself.
New Trk. Oct. 21. The visit of Ed
ward Ray. Harry Vardon and other
Knirlish golfers to this country haa
prompted talk In golfing circles of hav
ing an annual series of golf matches
similar to those of the Davis cup ten
Nothing has been announced regard
ing the movement, but it Is reported
that one of the leading golf clubs in
his country is referring the Idea to
British golf authorities and that an
offer of a cup already has been made
by the American club.
British golfers, both men and wom
en, have at times during the last ten
years, played more or less frequently
n American tournaments, and Ameri
cans have made still more frequent ap
pearances In England. However, these
contests have lacked the well defined
arrangement which would be brought
about by competition along the lines
of the Davis cup tennis matches.
NO WORLD TOUR
FOR M 'BRIDE
Milwaukee, Wis.. Oct. 21. Charley
Comlskey. Ban Johnson and Clark
Griffith. McBrlde's boss, came here to
day to persuade George McBrlde,
shortstop of the Senators, to go on the
world tour. They went away con
vinced that McBrlde did not want to be
found, and that he was determined not
to abandon his business for baseball
BUSH GETS THE GLAD
HAND AT BRAINERD
Brainerd, Minn., Oct. 21. With auto
mobile horns, factory whistles, fire
bells and all other noise making de
vice sdoing their utmost, with the city
streets and station platform blocked by
thousands of fans and a band to wel
come him, Leslie (Joe) Bush, the Phil
adelphia Athletics' pitcher, came home
from his world series triumph yester
day. Snow fell in flurries, but it failed
to dampen the enthusiasm of Leslie's
home town admirers. There were
cores of automobiles in the monster
parade. Several factories and business
houses closed to allow employes to at
tend the celebration, which concluded
with a dance last night.
LETS 00T HOWL;
ASKS EOR RECOGNITION
James H. Clabby, a middleweight
boxer extraordinary, deserted his busi
ness interests in Hammond today and
asserted his views regarding the cham
pionship situation. So many 158
pounders are claiming the title, ex
plained Jimmy, that he's got to declare
himself In on the proceedings.
First of all, Clabby wants to box. He
cares not with whom or where, and
the sooner some of the Wisconsin pro
moters match him with any of the so
called champions Eddie McGoorty,
Jack Dillon and tho rest of them the
better Clabby will like it. McGoorty,
he says, doesn't want to box him, and
Dillon, the Indianapolis middleweight.
Is in the same boat. Jimmy asserts
he whipped McGoorty twice within the
last few months, and would be delight
ed to give him another punching.
"I understand the Kenosha club
wants to put on a middleweight bout
and call it a championship affair.'
piped Jimmy. "Well, they won't have
to look any further for one of the
champions. I am ready to sign with
McGoorty or Dillon the minute I get
Tfclnkn He Earard Something.
"My performance in recent months
think, entitle me to be considered in
the running. I gave McGoorty a couple
of good lickings let him deny them
if he will and then polished off the
best middleweight on the Pacific coast.
"They say I'm not a middleweight
that I'm too light. I am light, but I'm
willing to give away six or seven
pounds Just to convince the folks
around these parts that I can trim any
of the boxers who thinks he is the mid
It is probable that some sort of a
championship contest will be arranged
for Milwaukee In which Clabby will
be a principal. Frank Mulkern, pro
moter of a Milwaukee club, which con
trols the Coliseum, is Clabby"s busi
ness adviser, and, it is said, is attempt
ing to Induce Dillon to meet the shifty
Clabby exhibited a couple of reams
of newspaper clipping, from San Fran
cisco publications which set forth that
he was "best entitled to the champion
ship of the division made famous by
Stanley Ketchel." The coast boxing
critics wrote a lot of nice things about
Clabby, "referring to him as a "sec
ond Tommy Ryan and the cleverest
middleweight in the world." All of
which made Jimmy feel bad. Chicago
Warm October Days Cause Low
Prices in Womens' Winter Coats
My, but there were some warm days this month, and the warmer
they were the better it was for people who did not buy their
, winter coats. The hot weather caused cancellation of orders
this interests you in as much as we bought several large orders
which were cancelled at almost half price. Three-quarter length
and sport coat models of all-wool chinchillas and zebelines in a
number of different styles, all new this season. We had to pay
the price we are asking for like values in the boginning ot
the season. $16.50 and $18.50 coats, $ I Q Cft
Wednesday... V I 2.lwU
WOMEN'S RAINCOATS ACTUALLY
WORTH $6.50 at $3.98
This one day sale should not be overlooked. You will prob
ably not have as good an opportunity to buy a good Raincoat
cheap in a long time. This special lot of Women's $6.50 Rub
berized Poplin Raincoats in newest style, navy
and black, will be on sale Wednesday, at
SAVE $5 ON YOUR WINTER SUIT
Wednesday we offer Ladles' latest style suits at $10. They are
made of all-wool cheviot serge in navy, grey, brown and black;
the coats are 38-inch 3-button cutaway models, satin lined. Skirts
are newest plain tailored models, splendid $15 suits at $10.
Corvrfgfct The H. BUck Co.
Oprrfrht I91J Tb H. Black Cm.
Auto Robes from the well known
Chase Mills, fancy plush, animal
patterns, $7.50 values 33
Blankets, grey, white and tan color
with nice striped borders, nothing
better in cotton goods, size 50x72
inches well worth $1.25, on special
sale Wednesday only,
Laurel Grey and Tan Fleeced
Blankets, full weight, quality the
best, blue or pink striped borders.
These blankets will give almost the
warmth of wool goods, i flft
per pair I vlO
Knotted Comforters, covered on
one side yith silkoline, cambric on
the other, pretty flowered designs,
a splendid $2.50 value, special for
Imitation Mink Auto Robes, plush
back, 72 inches long, excellent
quality, worth $12,
this sale at
Blankets, white and grey Cotton
Fleece Blankets, best quality, with
good body and wool-like softness,
size about 50x72 Inches, regular 75c
value, on sale Mf
A Handsome Comforter fine quality
throughout, fancy scroll stitching,
covered with, light figured sateen
and plain sateen border, filled with
snow white cotton,
Baby Blankets, blue fleeced Crib
Blankets of excellent weight and
wool-like softness, washes well, an
imal designs, size 30x40, on special
Women's Baby Doll Shoes, this
short vamp tipless low heel shoes
is all the craze, patent leather, gun
metal and kid, some with
cloth tops, excellent value
The balance of the surplus shoe
stock on sale last week, sizes 2 Mi
to 5 lb only, patent leather, ' gun
metal and kid, $3.50 shoes
$1.95 $3.00 shoes, pair
MEN'S WORK SHOES of heavy solid
leather, full double soles, comfortable
lasts, will wear excellently on sale
W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES, the ex
clusive new style features of these
shoes are bound to meet with your ap
proval, all leathers,
nii ill mn' "'""
Little Gents' Shoes, extra well
made of heavy satin . calf, button
and blucher style, sizes 9 to 134,
on special sale,
Misses' and Children's 14-Button
High Top Shoes of fine quality calf
with patent leather cuff, solid leath
er soles, $2.00
shoes, pair. . . .
IN OUR NECKWEAR SECTION
you will find an unusually attractive collection of dainty neckwear including the
newest novelties such as Fichus, Medici and Shoulder Collars.
At 50C we are showlnS Medici and jgc your choice of one large lot of
Fichu Collars of net, handsomely finish- regular 35c and 50c Shoulder Collars, ot
ed with dainty laces, some with frills as Morie, Voile and Linen, some beauii
shown in picture. fully embroidered; best designs go first.
MARABOU AND OSTRICH STOLES, BOAS
NECKPIECES AND, MUFFS
Our Fall assortments of Marabou and Ostrich Neckpieces and Muffs are very com
plete. These soft fluffy neck scarfs will be quite popualr this season, new im
portations from France and Germany are now being shown in shades which will
blend nicely with the prevailing fall colors. Atf
Prices range from $25.00 down as low as em 2M
Tango Belts, morie, messaline and plaid
silks, with sash and tassel, width 6 in
ches our $1.00 belts,
New Sport Belts, extra wide, made ot
suede, with large buckle, large range of
LADIES' AND MISSES' SWEATER COATS,
SAMPLES OF $2.50 AND $3.00 GARMENTS
We purchased a sample line of Sweater Coats from a large Cleve
land manufacturer. They have been placed on a bargain table
marked $1.98. In the lot you will find the newest fancy weaves as
well as plain mannish weaves. They are made with shawl and
Byron collars, have two pockets and are finished with pearl buttons.
Colors are oxford grey, brown, tan, red and white. Regular $2.50
and $3.00 Coats your choice Wednesday,
each . j