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Monday. November 1, 1920.
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FOR SCORES. 21-0
Three Blocked punts within flv min
ts tvt the Cardinals three touch
riowns and .21 to victory over the
jCrtrvlt Heralds at tha Cub park.
All the acorea mdw an the third
period, atter tho two trims had played
m -iiorolass first half with the Cardinals
J.vlnf a. iiht edge bcusJ of Wis- (
coils accurate forward passing. '
The Cardinal line broke up ona of !
liorolUS's punta In the middle of th !
vhird paitlod and S actus fell on the ball
behJcS & goal for tha first touchdown, j
Block Tfcra Boot. j
On tha flrat play after tho kickoff'
anothar of Hornlntf'a boots wa blocked
.od toia tiroe Chappel'.e did the rsctner- j
lu and atepped five yards over tbaj
posj Una. "Within three minutes Ilia
Cardinal repeated their blocking: act
and recovered on the ten yard line.
Drlscell crashed over on the first play
for tha finaJ score.
FBtla kicked all three jfoais and had
t. t Ileralda In their own territory most
of tha time -with" hU long itleic.i ajid
BEATEN BY AKRON 10-0
CANTON. O., Nov. 1. For the first
-Jma la hre years Jim Thorpe's
Talgaty afgretrvtion of profesional fot
fcall players, tha Canton Bulldogs, to
day -west down to defeat. The Akron
professional did tha trick, 10 to 0.
At tha end of the second half, with
tha acora 10 to 0 against hJs champions
jrm Thorpe himself, now more than
3C year C are, threw as.ide his Jersey
and went cut on the field In tn attempt
to turn tha tide
Shortly after Thorpe electrified tha
crowd of 1?,BC0 by a. thirty-five yard
pass to Guyon, placing tho ball u the
twenty-yard mark. Thorpe and Guyon
made first down and then were held.
Thorta mada a beautiful twenty-yard
PA3S to Guyon In the same quarter.
Thorpe tried a goal from placement
nee when h!s team was close up. but
'INTERNATIONAL HEWS SERVICE) '
"WHITING, lnd., Nov. 1. The Whit
inn Red Cjowni were defeated by the
Evanston All-Stars. 21-0 at the For
syth grounds Sunday afternoon. Cap
tain Kddia Pond of tha Oil City team
was out of the name on account of in
juries and that in part had something
to do with the one aided score, llilli
Ko, of Pine Village, was a sain th
particular star of the Red Crown
squad. Boston, the fleet Quarter vT
the north shore team, scored 14 points
for his mates and aided otherwise by
his lony runs on Intercepted passes.
A large crowd turned out fur tha
first home game of the year and cheer
ej on by them the local team fought
on tiil the final whistle. "Whiting
made tiie only successful forward
passes in the jams when they pulled
off two in quick succession netting
several yards. The AH-Stars used a,
shift to much advantage In the sec-j
ond half and scored two touchdowas j
Littlejohn, "Whiting's regular center,;
was taken from the game early on ac
count of injuries which however will
not keep Ir.m out of the lineup nett
Old Enough to Vote
From the standpoint of age the.
Indiana. University football jqnail
this year is Just old enough to oust
its first ballot tn the coining' elec
tion. It in one of the youngest var
sity elevens in the history of the,
school and occupies a similar posi
tion among Big- Ten conference
Vern Bell, left end candidate, is
th oldest, hia age being twenty-flv
years. Charles Heed, candidate rr
the same position as Hell, is only
nineteen years old and Is the young,
eat of the men. Three of the play
eis. Jesse I-iorhei, center; Eugene'
Thomas, right half. and Chester
ShonUwiler. also right hair, are
each twenty years old Captain
Elliott Hisley is twenty-four year;
old. Jvjvm other players besides
Captain Hisley are each twenty
four years of age. while four are
twenty-three years old, five are
twenty-two years old arid six arc
just passed the legal voting age or
twenty-one yearn. U'lhara (iJ. Me
Ga', who vas selected an all-western
guard iuat year is t wen l y -1 w
yea i s old.
He:re a i'i,,vi ,,f 3,000 re.ile at JUo-
1 Kan Square I 'ark in Chicago yesterday
I n ft ernoon. many of whom were from
! Hammond, the professional football
j team of Hammond defeated 1 lie I-ogan
I Park Squares by a tcore of 14 to U.
' The Hammond team played the best
football it has played this year and
, liydseweski. the former Notre Dame
Star who played center for Hammond
, w a s a t 'W. r ..f strength. The I-iOgans
j were strong on defense or the score
i would have been nut eh iu,,re in Ham-
lond s fa or.
OTHERS, SAYS ATTELL
Gary Football Results
Howen 19: Emerson 0.
Froebel 13; Elkhart 14.
Jary Klks 34; Iroquois A. C. 0.
The Gary Elks (former Tecks)
romped home with new honors at the
Kmerson gridiron in Gary yesterday
afternoon when they defeated the fast
IioquoL Athletic club team by a one
side,! cor of 34-0. A record break
ing crowd of the season saw the game.
iiotii Emerson and Froebel had hard
luck Saturday. For the first time in
years Bowen defeated Emerson, when
they ran up a score of 19-0. Elkhart
nosed Froebel out of a ck.e victory
v.'ilh a score of 14-13.
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Purdue Student Injured
"PRO" GRID SCORES
Business Men's Athletics
LOGANSPOKT. Ind., Nov. 1 Homer
Stonebraker, athletic director of vne
Logansport schools, is organizing' a
physical training class among the busi
ness men of the city. According to the
plans made by Stonebraker. the class
w-'ll meet twice each week at the high
school gymnasium, where Instructions
will be given. The Cass County Cham
ber of Commerce is co-operating with
the local athletic director in organizing-
the class. '
Chicago Cardinals, 31: Detroit Her
Bellwood A. A.. 25; Sawyers, 0.
O'Keefe's All Stars, r); Rainbow i'io
Kenmores. IT; Murky A- C. 0.
Hamlin Clippers, 6; Norwood I'arW, if,
Monticellos, 7: Senator A. C. 6.
Mozarts, 62; llragon A. C, 0.
Wfcetmore A. C, 26; Kenneth A. C,
Auburn A. A , 12; Englewood Kogies,
Chicago Boosters, JT; Hamlin Hanks,
S'.aynes Club, J7, Opal A. A.. 0.
Oak Fark Friars, 15; Downers Grove,
Watson A C., 19; Murdy A. C. 7.
Cornells, 19; KSangaboos, 0.
Standards. 23; Chllars, 7.
OCT OF TOWX CAMEJ
Rock Island, 20; Chicago Tiger. 7.
Harvey, 14; Steger, 0.
. I.ogansport. 13; Kirklin, 0.
Kewanee-Vralworths, 10; Corcell
-''jll-nr Thorns. 64; Fo. - , . ,it
Stron jrhutst. Si. Bliudinsv ille, o.
LAFAYETTE, lnd. O. t. H H.
Crone, of Martinsville, a sophomore at
Purdue University, was seriously In
jured In a class football game Ht I'ur-
due last evening. .He is now in a lo-j
cal hospital suffering w ith concussion '.
of the brain. Crone was playing half-,
back for the sophomore Warn w hic.i
was engaged In a same with the frv.sii-j
Crone t. the second man to be seri
ously injured in interclass football
games at Purdue dur.r.g the last week.
Merrill K. Boone, of Muncie, a fre3h
man, had four vertebrae or.ielcn in a
game a few days ago His condition is
I JIOVTRKAI., NiV
.'"oimer pugiliM. wh
indicted hy the Coolc county grand Jury
t Chicago in coisnectiort with tha
hast ball scandal, declared today in a
utatcmcnt thai h- was not responsible
f.-r the "fixing" of the world's series
betwefii Chicago and Cincinnati last
t ar. Attell asfitted that lie was in
j vapaoie of carrying out such an under
taking because of the lack of funds,
j AtteU saol rhat one of the "master
! minds'" in the schcuit w as. and is. pro
teciid htraufr 'f his financial position.
! Tliu f.iimei' pugilist aJed that the 'Jl'J
i iu s s. iii-s was not the tlist occa
n upon whi.ti majoi league players
j were persuaded to "lay down" to their
He also asserted thiit Arnold Both
stein, wh.. rei.-rnly received a dean
bill from the i'uok county grand juiy,
made I,, tw-en $ 60.00"! and JTO.OOi) be
;!"'s expense.-'. iuit of the stros.
Nelson Asks License to
Original Thorns Swamp
Box Vaudeville Dummy; Fort Wayne Pros, 50 01
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. Battling N-!
son. former lightweight chamoion, ha;
applied to the state boxing comuus
slon for a license. "Bat." however, i
not planning a return to the ring. If.
merely wants permission to box a dum
my which he has been using in vnu.1t
ville, as a feature of boxing sh .w s.
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Tii Griffins' Thorns ran rings
around the Fo. u Wayne Pros, beating'
them 54 to 0 at Tullman Field. The1
scored at will. Their open
rk. trick plays and forward'
..muletelv bewildered the vis- I
limes ncw3 service i
effort can furnish.
Texas High School Boy
Dies of Football Injury
rHAP.t?, Te.. Nov. 1 Nelson he
mange, leff half back of the Pharr
San Juan High school football team,
died yesterday afternoon following an
operation, necessitated by injuries re
ceived in. & football game with Mr
Allen Friday afternoon. Be mange wag
19 yeara old.
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operator, too, is blamed, whereas
she has simply called the number
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he will be glad to show you how to vote
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z Tomorrow is the day you are going to hire an
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for the next two years.
v When you buy beek steak, do you go to a
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This County is infected with a disease known
as "Commercialized Vice," it is contagious and
spreads rapidly, it thrives on the political ambitions
of certain conscienceless public officials, and the
desire to get all the money they can without work
for it. at your expense.
What kind of a man are you going to hire to
cure that evil?
If you are as conscientious about your business
in the County tomorrow 'as you would be about
your private business, Lake County is going to shake
off the shackles of the Vice Ring.
Cut out this ad, take it to the polls to morrow,
so you won't forget to vote for 31-B, Second Row.
If you don't know how, ask the clerks, they will
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I will drive Commercialized Vice out of this
County if elected.
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