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WVdnosdnr. Nov. 14, 1917.
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STAR AT QUARTER
OX EASTERN GRIDS
(Special to The- Tlmss.)
WHITING, IXD., Nov. 14. The Peer-
Tess A. A. football toam of Whiting
tvavdnd to I'ullmtti Sunday and played
ih Tart-irs. a ISO rmn1 earn, to
tie. The rrlss were outweighed
twenty-rive pounds to a man.
The Tartar? were the first to scom.
doing so cn a perfect forward pass by
Spencer to Stre-ntcr. Th Peerless se
cured their touchdown in the second
period On a series of line bucks and
trick p!vs the hail was rn.rried from
th. middle of the field to the thirty
yard line. Here Hex threw a thirty-rive
yard pass to J. Wnlcsko and thus enabl
ed the Peerless to jeoro.
Rci; and Hamergren wers the offen
fhe -tar? while Long and Turner shone
rn the de fonsi end of the fume.
Pulierton was the bright lltht for PuII-
The Peerless would like to hook ;
games with the St.-ite Line Twistr nnd j
I he Mmloys. For parties write to H. '
New York avenue or c:ll!
117-R nnd a.'-k for Dan Lynch. j
Tli" lineup: j
Peerless A. A. Pullman.
Hammf rgren K. K Streater !
B. Zaeker K. T H-dtrom J
.T. Moore I. Ci Willi.-'rds j
W. Wnlesko i Thjrmelster j
McXair.ara L. (1 Holir.eys :
Long I.. T Watner i
Bro'tn L. K Hrj a n 1
.T. Walesko Q P. nh- les J
Turner H. H Miller i
Ri' F. B Fuller on i
S.igTr L. If Sf :.
Touchdown .1". Walesko. Referee
Traverse. T'mrire Smith.
HUFF HIS NARROW
ESCAPE WHEN AUTO
were thrown from the ci", both alight- j
ins: in the soft dirt at the side of the;
road and escaping injury. i
INDIANAPOLIS, IND.. Nov. 14.
Penny Kauff of New York Oint home I
run fame, had a narrow escape from
death yesterday, hut came through with
only a few scratches. An p.uTomoblle
In whih he was riding was practically
demolished. With a party of Indian
apolis friends and Howdy Wilcox, the
noted auto race driver, Kr.uff started on
a hunting trip. They were driving at a
Mch rate of speed on the lake read east
rf Rochester when the acoiilent oc
curred. The driver was unfamiliar with the
twist in the concrete road and the span
of an iron bridge was hit at a sharp
curve. Benny and another occupant
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Boynton of Williams.
Decisions of fight
Monday nljjlit wre:
At Plilladelphia Jack Brittoa oeat :
J on tiny Tillman (6); Harry Tracey j
beat Johnny Mahoney (6); Pranld.9 j
HcMaauB knocked out Stanley
Willis (6) ; Joe Tnber knocked out j
Battling- Murray (4); Battllcff Dun. i
dee beat Wally Nelson (6). I
it Pittsburgh, Johnny Kay beat Bobby 1
Ward (6). Ben DoyntOTi. quarterback of the
"Waterloo, la. JTeal Allison, won Ftronp V lUiams college team, seems
from Charley Metrie ca a foul (4). j to ba one of the- brightest youne;
Colnmtms, O. Bryan Downey beat j ftars on the eastern prid irons this
Yonn? Denny (12). ' season. In thr reoent Williams Co-
Toledo, O. Harry WUls beat Sam j Vumbia came Boyntori's prand for-
laigford (12). warn passes, his roles through Co-
At 2Tew Tork Young- Otto beat Johnny; lurnbia's line and his Uorkinp of Co
Sheldon (10): Kid murphy and j lumbia punts and passes were alono
Jack Winsfield fonght a draw (10). i jit about cnoaph to win the pam.
At Rroovi-.- w.ita, Tvroh- v,.-o.(- tr n V ilovntr-n is very fast and he is
j VALPARAISO. IND.. Nov. 14. The
I football season was officially opened In
Valparaiso Sunday at the Fair Grounds,
j when the Apollo Club and the Hammond
i teams contested for honorfi.
j The Hammond boys went home In the
j evening with th bacon, having won the
; pame by the score of 18 to 0. The visi
1 tor were a husky lot of players and
, i all knew the game well. The contest
I wfis witnessed by About nn Interested
fans, and the score of the fame does not
tell the story of its excitement. The
contest opened when Valpo kicked off to
j Hammond. Some pretty playing en
j sued, in which the ball was worked back
and forth across the field, finally result
j ins at the cl ose of the first quarter In
A number of times during the game
Valpsraiso had the ball within a few
feet of Hammond's goal. One instance
the home boys were over the goal for a
scoring touch down, when a costly
j fumble lost them the ball, after which
Hammond made some excellent gains,
j O. V. Helvie acted as refrce and
j Sheriff Wm. Forney acted as umpire
The Hammond team used the cross
i buck play effectively.
The Apollo club played excellent ball.
: and the boys are looking forward to a
j most successful season. Next Sunday
i Crow n Point will play here.
VVFLCE HAS LUCK
BUT CLASS ALSO
Lake County Title
Abstracters of Titles 1
v-'vAvyiwri t iiiifc ii'.wrffc. n 101113
Jack Wile, Ohio State coach, has
been more fortunate than other
coaches in starting the oeason with
most of his last season's dampions
intact, but it hasn't bwen all luck
that has mad Wilce a winner with
State. O. S. U. has developed a
number of new mem this season that
are in the same class with several of
last year's vets.
Miske Shades Dillon.
Lew Williams (10); WltUe Spencer j
bea.t Packey Black (S). I
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The Kief er-Stewart Co.
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strong both in attack and on de-
I B LOOMING TON. Nov. 14. Evans-
vilte. Princeton and Licknelt high
J schools s: v ciamoring for -an frportu
jnity to play for the Indiana state high
j school football championship in a cur
j tajn raiser for the Purdue-Indiana game
; here November -'I. Hammond high!
! school way ask for a ehance to meet a j
! southern Indiana eleven. A meeting of j
1 the athletic board of control to sanction j
the game must precede any decision as j
j to which" teams shall participate In the i
' preliminary game. if any Is played, j
i coach Stiehm said today. j
H' ROCHE IS
S A TBUFNIMI
NEW TOP.K, Nov. 14.' Dick" Roche,
the man behind som of the famous
champion prUt fighters of. a former gen-
(eration. master pportsman and once
I millionaire, died yesterday at the Long
i Island Hospital after an illness of three
i years. He was seventy years old.
From lha to 1310 Richard Roche was
ja prominent man In the . pport world.
! Among the champions in all field that
j he backed were Jack McAuliffe. Jack
Dempsey. both "'aces of the ring, and
Jacob Schaefer, billiardist. 4
"When Roche came to New York thirty
years ago he was said to have $1,0 0.
000. Wall street ventures and an ex
treme liberality of nature caused his
fortune to dwindle, until three years be
fore, his death he was a poor man.
Born in Liverpool. Kngland. in 1S47.
he came to this country at an early- age.
He went to Detroit. Mich., after spend
ing his youth in Utica, N. T. Thence ha
turned to St. Louis.
It was there that he became nofed as
a turfman and a bookmaker. T'pon his
NET? TORK. Nov. 14. Billy lliska,
the St. T'aul fighter, showed his class
last night when he gave Jack DiiUd of
Indiana polis a severe trouncing in tcr.
rounds, Miske won every round but the
Abstracts of Title furnished to all Lands and Lots
in Lake County.
FRED R. MOTT, Pres. ALBERT MAACK. 6c'y-Tra.
FRANK HAMMOND, Vl&e Proa. EDWARD J. EDER, Manage'--
Crown Point, Indiana.
Branch Offices at Hammond and Gary.
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Manager Parduhn Making
Arrangements Today for
Excursion to Game.
arrival in Nov,- York lie became asso
ciated with turfmen.
Cut your Thanksgiving Ex
pense in Two.
I Tills Beautiful Dining Table
SO only on gale
The L'nlted States Giants wer ex
pelled from the Chicago Football
League last night, when that body met
at 75 Randolph street. The cause of the
expels'on was their failure to put in an
appearance Sunday, at Pullman, where
they had n leagua game scheduled with
the Thorns. The franchise was tnken
from the Giants by the unanimous vote
Caddock "All Eight.
At the request of scores of fans who
desire to make the trip to "Wabash with
the Hammond football t am Sunday for ! 0f the managers present
the return game with the Wabash team.
Owner Paul Parduhn is arranging for a
special train of eight cars.
Whatever route Is taken the train will
go straight through to Wabash. If the
I Nickel Plate provides a train it will go
j to Claypool and from there take the
I I'ig Four to Wabash, a total distance of
i 140 miles. If the Morion arranges for
: a train it will go over the Wabash rail
j road from Delphi. The half-fare ex
j curslon rats is promised.
ROCHESTER. MINN., Nov. 14. Earl
Ca idoek. champion wrestler, submitted
td an examination to ascertain his gen
eral physical condition and was pro
nounced "all right" by physicians here
today. It was said no operation will
be necessary and that he probably will
soon return to Camp Dodge.
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Morning, November 16th at 9 a.m.
j lack Brit ton, the Chicago boxtr, Is the
I same old ring wizard. Last night at
j the Olympia A. A., before a big crowd,
i he outpointed the rucsed Johnny Till
man In six rounds. Britten didn't win
as he pleased, but he won. just the
same. Tillman was fghting his cus
tomary aggressivti battle, but Jack
found many of his leads easy to avoid
and ducked under or pulled back from
the blows and countered hard with a
In the sernl-wlndup Harry Tracsy o"
this city defeated Johnny Mahoney of
Hazleton. Frank is McManus of this
city stopped Stanley Willis of Heading
in the sixth round. Battling Murray
was knocked out in the fourth round by
Joe Tuber, and Battling Dundee of
Baltimore won from Wally Nelson of
Smith Boxing Teacher.
Jer Smith, the Bayonne middleweight,
is the latest to be appoinei boxing in
structor for Fncle Pam. He will report
at Cimp Dix, Wrightstown. N. J.
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Wills Wins cn Points
Over "Tham" Langford
TOLEDO. O., Nov. 14. Harry Wills
of New Orleans outpointed Sam Lang
ford or Boston in thsir twelve round
bout Monday night- There were no
Hard Game for Thorns.
CHICAGO. Nov. 14. A game that Is
creating much interest on the South
i Side Is the Thorns-Vlncennes affair
! Sunday at One Hundred find Third and
i Corliss avenue. Bill Pressler, who wss
loaned to the Corne'l-Hamburgs last
j Sunday, w',11 be back in the lineup o?
the Thorns, who are leading the Chi
cago Football Leagua,
T-ouie Christopher, prime minister rf
ihe Bell A C. of Gary, announces that
the wrestling matches that w-ere
scheduled to be held tonight at Turner
hall have been postponed until Novem
Christopher expects to make further
announcement regarding the matches
in a few days.
North Sides Win.
The North Side A. C, defeated the
Timers at the Irving sehool gymnasium.
32 to 6. The lineup and summary:
North Bides. Tigers.
H. Krause R. F Seldenbecher
G. Schroeter L. F C. Campbell
E. Freese C J- McClean
A. Wevmuller R. G X. Scatina
K. Scott L. G D. Nagdeman
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